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GENEALOGY PUBLIC LIBRARY 

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1885-86 



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INDIANA COLLECTiON 



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FORT WAYNE DIEECTORY. 



FOET WAYNE BOTTLING WOEKS 



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L. PAYTON, M. D. 



G. E. CHANDLER, M. D. 



Drs. PAYTOIT & CHAITDLEE 




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Of EEADING AND TREATING DISEASES. 



AMONG THE MA.NY AILMENTS WE TREAT, EITHER 
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Nose, Tliroat, Lungs, Heart, Liver, Spleen, Kidneys, Stomacli, Bowels, 
Rectum, Bladder, Back, Hips, Spine, Skin. Sexual Organs and Diseases 
peculiar to Women and Children, Difficulty of Breathing, Palpitation, 
Inflammations and Congestions, Biliousness, Dyspepsia, Urinary Troubles, 
Dropsy, Tumors, Fits, Cancers, Ulcers, Pain, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, 
Worms, Piles, Costiveness, Lameness, Germ Diseases, etc., etc. 

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Office, 52 CALHOTIJSr STREET. 

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Price of Tickets— Wholes, $5 ; Fifths 
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LIST OF PRIZES. 



1 Capital Prize . . 
1 Capital Prize . . 

1 Capital Prize . . 

2 Prizes of $6,000 
5 Prizes of 3,000 

10 Prizes of 1,000 

20 Prizes of 

100 Prizes of 

300 Prizes of 

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9 Prizes of $750 

9 Prizes of 500 

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20,000 
30,000 
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FOET WAYNE, IND. 



Remit by Postal Note, or Draft on Fort Waj'^ne or New York. 
Register your letters containing currency, or send by Express. Other- 
wise 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. 

Th^ 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 soon as 
received. 

Tickets sold at tlm Office drawing Prizes of f 1000 and under, are 
payable on presentation and can be sent to me for collection, by Regia- 
'tered Letter, Express or through BanJ^s. Tickets drawing over flOOO must 
'be sent to the Home Office for collection. 



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

For further information apply to 

37 Calhoun Street, JOUT WAYNE, IND. 



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CITY 



DIRECTORY 

i885-86. 



COMPRISING 
An AliPHABETICALLY ARRANGED LiST OP BUSINESS FiRMS AND PriVATB 

Citizens — A Classified List of 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. 



VOLUME IX. 

SOLID oiTiirsr s^sr STT:Bsoim>TioiT. 



R. L. POLK & CO., PUBLISHERS, 

Tribune Building, Detroit, Mich. 



Siemon & Bro., Booksellers and Stationers, 50 Calhoun Street, Fort Wayne. 

Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1885, by R. L. Polk & Co., in the Office of the 
Librarian of Congress, at Washington, D. C. 



INTRODUCTION. 



In presenting to the public the ninth volume of the Fort 
Wayne City directory the publishers are confident that it will 
be accepted as the most complete of the series. The general 
plan of the work is quite the same as the preceding issues. 
The first 54 pages are devoted to useful miscellaneous informa- 
tion relating to the city in general, with lists of churches, 
schools, City and County officers, institutions, newspapers, 
incorporated companies, secret societies, etc., etc. Immedi- 
ately succeeding this is the directory proper, containing 381 
pages of business firms and private individuals arranged 
alphabetically. The remaining 64 pages comprise a classified 
business directory, containing the names of all persons engaged 
in business or professions, classified under their respective 
occupations. 

An encouraging increase in population is apparent, and 
after a careful computation the publishers are able to con- 
gratulate the citizens of Fort Wayne on the possession of a 
population of 37,800, a large increase since the last edition of 
this directory was issued. This fact should be highly gratify- 
ing to the people of Fort Wayne, and is a tribute to the enter- 
prise and energy of its citizens. 

The publishers desire to express to the business and profes- 
sional men of Fort Wayne their acknowledgment of the 
generous support which they have accorded to this work, and 
in conclusion would say that in the future they will be as 
unremitting in their endeavors to give satisfaction as they 
have been in the past, and they ask for liberal reciprocation 
from the public. 



GENERAL INDEX. 



Abbreviations 

Alphabetical, List of Names. 

Business Directory 

Index to Advertisements. . . 



Page Page 

55 Miscellaneous Directory. . . . 17-54 
55-436 Names Received too Late for 

437 Regular Insertion 16 

15-16 i 



INDEX TO MISCELLANEOUS DIRECTORY. 



Bands of Music 40 

Banks 40 

Building Loan and Savings 

Association 43 

Cemeteries 44 

Churches 44-7 

City Government 38-29 

County Officers 29 

Courts 3U 

Federal Officers 30 

Fire Department 32-3 

Incorporated Institutions 41-3 

Justices of the Peace Allen Co. 34 
Libraries 39 



Miscellaneous Institutions 47-50 

Miscellaneous Schools 37-9 

Mortuary List 52-4 

Newspapers 39-40 

Parks 44 

Police Department 33-4 

Post Office 30-2 

Public Buildings, Halls, etc.. 26-27 

Public Schools 35-7 

Railroads 43^ 

Secret and Benevolent So- 
cieties 50-2 

Streets and Avenues 17-26 

Ward Boundaries 27-28 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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Academy of Our Lady of the 

Sacred Heart 4 

Auger Chas 79 

Baumann Paul 87 

Becker Fred & Bro . 85 

Boltz FredC 8 

Bo wen George R opp 106 

Brames L & Co 7 

Burns & Green 89 

Carter W & Son 59 

Centlivre Charles L 6 

C, M&StPRy 496 

C, R I & P Ry 495 

Cochrane & Humphrey 85 

Comparet CM 75 

Cook Clarence 71 

Dennison Mnfg Co, 

back bone and opp 219 
DeWald Geo & Co 

left top lines and front edge 

DidionMA 89 

Doswell G W 91 

Fairbank Clark right top lines 

Fink&Bayless 89 

First National Bank 

left top lines and 93 



Fleming W H front cover 

Fletcher J F 89 

Fortriede L back cover 

Fort Wayne Business College, 63 

FtW, C'&LRR 498 

Fort Wayne Gazette opp 239 

Fort Wayne " Jenney " Elec- 
tric Light Co front cover 

Fort Wayne .Journal 67 

Fort Wayne News 67 

Fort Wayne Sentinel 71 

Glynn M 81 

Graflfe H C left top lines 

G R & I R R 499 

Hackett W S 93 

Hake F & Co 3 

Hattersley A & Sons 

embossed line back cover 

Heitz Frank H 73 

Hey August A 83 

Hoffman Bros opp 218 

Hoffman J R & Co opp 218 

Hoffmann Charles A 65 

Horstmann & Rolape 83 

Hull L O right top lines 

Humphreys & Gerow 85 



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INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Page 

Huronia Beach 91 

Indiana Katholische Wochen- 

blalt 73 

Indiana Staats Zeitung 73 

Jaxtheimer L 87 

Jones Maurice L right top lines 

Kaag & Bro left bottom lines 

Keii & Bio opp 238 

KnechtFrankJ 91 

Kramer B 87 

Lade S P top edge and 87 

Lamb M J bottom edge 

Lewis Jonathan 69 

Lipes C T front cover and 63 

McCullough & Brown. . .back cover 

MarkeyEJ 79 

Matson H W front cover 

Meyer Bros & Co 65 

Moellering Wm 61 

Nolton T J & Co, right bottom lines 
Ogden R.. embossed line front cover 

Page, Taylor & Co 67 

Pay ton & Chandler 5 

Peltier J C back cover 

Penn Mutual Life Insurance 

Co right top lines 



Page 

Peters Box & Lumber Co 497 

PolkRL&Co 494 

Rastetter Louis 83 

Roth& Keller 77 

Saynor H B 81 

Scharf C A 85 

Scherzinger G 75 

Seaton John 79 

Siemon & Bro .... .... .back cover 

Sites H C right 'bottom lines 

Spice J & Son 69 

Star Iron Tower Co 77 

Taylor HC& Co 57 

Troy Steam Laundry 

left bottom lines 

Voigt E W right bottom lines 

Weisell David D. .left bottom lines 

Weitzmann T F right top lines 

Westminster Seminary For 

Young Ladies 2 

Wing & Mahurin, left bottom lines 

Wmkelmeyer H & Co 81 

Wolf H & Co 456 

Young Marcus 91 

ZekindJS&Co 91 



NAMES RECEIVED TOO LATE FOR REGULAR INSERTION, 
AND CORRECTIONS, ALTERATIONS AND REMOVALS. 



Saus Frederick, Furniture Repairer 236 Lafayette, res 
same. 

Herr George S, Wines, Liquors and Cigars 26 E Colum- 
bia, res same. 

Pixley & Co, Clothing 15 and 17 Court. 

Staub Bros, Stoves and Hardware, 16 E Columbia. 

Wagner John T, Wines, Liquors and Cigars 7 E Main, res 
91 Montgomery. 

CAUTION. 

Pay no money in advance to itinerant Directory Canvas- 
sers. We are led to mention this from the fact that certain 
parties have been fraudulently using our publications as 
specimens, and by that means collecting moneys in advance. 
BEFORE SIGNING AN ORDER, SEE THAT IT HAP THE 
NAME OP R. 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 advertise- 
ments or subscriptions. 

R. L. POLK & CO. 



R. L. POLK & CO.'S 

FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY 

1885-86. 



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. 
AUiger, from Mauraee 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 Putnam). 
Begue, from East Wayne north to K Y. C. & St. L. Ry, first 

east of Harmer. 
Berry, from Francis east, first north of East Wayne. 
Berry (East), from Calhoun east to W. & E. canal, first south 

of Main. 



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

south of Main. 
Boone, from Clierry 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 AVa- 

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 I'iver 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 Lafay- 
ette. 
Case {see E. Creighton ave). 
Cass {see Webster). 

Cass, from High north to Douglas ave., second west of Wells. 
Cass {see Warsaio). 
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 Wallace. 
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. 
Clark, from High north to Third, third west of Wells. 
Clay, from Main south to Laselle, 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, 
College, from Washington south to Stophlet, first west of 

Rockhill. 



FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 19 

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 N. 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 De Wald. 
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 tnile from Court House. 
Diamond, from Walton ave. east, second south of P., F. W. 

& C. Ry. 
Division, fi*om 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 Miumee 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 Glas- 
gow ave. 
Eagle, from Taylor south, second west of Broadway. 
Eckart, from Hanua 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. 
Emily, from Thomas west to Gay, second south of Charley. 
Erie, from junction of Francis and N. Y. C. & S. L, Ry east, 

first north of Wayne. 



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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, continuation of 
Grifiith. 

Fifth, from Wells east to North Calhoun, fifth north of St. 
Mary's river. 

Fisher, from Holton ave. west, second south of E, Creighton 
ave. 

Fletcher ave., from Maumee road south to Wayne Trace, fii-st 
east of Range I'oad. 

Force, from Herndon south to Pontiac, fourth east of Lafay- 
ette. 

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., from 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 Broad- 
way. 

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 Pon- 
tiar. 

Glasgow, from Wayne south to Maumee road, fourth east of 
Walton ave. 

Grand, from Calhoun west, south side of Wabash Ry. 

Grant [see Eo.^t 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. 

Grifiith, from W. Superior south to George, second east of 
Broadway. 

Grove (see Shick). 

Grund {see Winter). 

Hamilton, from Calhoun east to Lafayette, first south of Mur- 
ray. 



FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 21 

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 Hayden, 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 Antoinette). 

Henry, from Holton 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. 
Hood, from Pritchard south to Railroad, bet. Jackson and West, 
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 Alliger, first south of Lewis, 
Hugh, from Walton ave. east to Euclid, first south of Maumee 

road. 
Humphrey, from Grant east to Glasgow, first south of Wash- 
ington. 
Hurd, from Holton ave. east, first south of Creighton ave. 

east. 
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 K 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 

Washinofton. 



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

of Washington. 
Jenison, from Holton ave, east, second south of Creighton ave. 

east, 
Jesse, from G. R. & I. R. R. east, third north of Burgess at 

canal feeder. 
John, from P., F. W. & C. Ry south to Pontiac, 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. 
King, from E. Wayne south to Maumee road, first east of 

Harmer. 
Koch, from Archer ave. south, fii-st west of Wells. 
Koenig, from Meegan north, first west of Hanna. 
Lafayette, from Water south to city limits, thii'd 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 PritcharcT). 
Lavina ave., from Taylor south to Wabash Ry, third west of 

Broadway. 
Leith, fi-om 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. 
McClellan, 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 Suniniit). 

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

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

Berry. 
Maple ave., from Broadway west, third south of Creighton 

ave. 
Maria, from G. R. & I. R. R. east, second, south of Spring. 



FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY, 23 

Marion, from High north to Douglas, first west of Wells. 

Mary, from Runnion ave. west, first north of canal feeder. 

Masterson, from Calhoun east to Lafayette, first south of Ham- 
ilton. 

Maud, from Holton aye. 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 Walton 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 Lafayette. 

Muncie, from Pape east, first east of F. 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. 

N. 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. 

Orchard, from High noi'th to Third, second west of Wells. 

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. 



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

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

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

Philley {see Milati). 

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

Piqua ave., from 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. 

& T. R. R. 
St. Francis {see St. 3fartin^s). 
St. Martin's, from Lafayette east to Hanna, first south of 

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

west of Wells. 
Samuel, from John east to Holton ave., fifth south of Wabash 

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. 



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Sixth, from Wells east to N. Calhoun, sixth north of St. Mary's 

river. 
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 Runnion 

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

St. L. Ry. 
Suttenfield, from Webster east to Hanna, second south of 

Creighton ave. 
Swinney ave., from Nirdlinger ave. west to city limits, first 

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

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

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

the 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 Broadway. 
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. 
Univei'sity, from Wayne south to Maumee road, third east of 

Harmei'. 
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 Wabash 

Ry. 



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Wabash ave., from Wayne south to Maumee road, third east 

of Walton ave. 
Wall, from Broadway west, first south of P., F. W. & C. Ry. 
Wallace, from Lafayette east to Smith, first south of Virginia. 
Walnut, from Fairfield ave. west, first south of Taylor. 
Walnut (see Huroii). 
Walter, fi'om Wayne south to Maumee road, fourth east of 

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

east of Hannq,. 
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. 
West, from Pritchard soitth to Railroad, first west of Hood. 
Wheeler, from canal feeder west to G. R. & I. R. R., first 

north of Mary. 
Wiebke, from Lafayette east to Hanna, If 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 Holton 

ave. 
Wright, from G. R. & L R. R. east, first south of Spring. 



PUBLIC HALLS, BUILDINGS, ETC. 

Allen County Jail, w. s. Calhoun nr. Superior. 

Anderson's Block and Hall, n. w. cor. Broadway and Jefferson. 

Aveline House Block, s. e. cor. Berry and Calhoun. 

Barr Street Market House, s. e. cor. Barr and Berry. 



FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 27 

Burgess Block, s. e. cor. Main and Court. 
Centennial Block, 197 and 199 Broadway. 
Certia Block, w. s. Calhoun bet. Wayne and Berry. 
City Hall, w. s. Barr bet. Berry and Wayne. 
Colerick's Hall, over 49 and 53 Columbia. 
Court House, e. s. Calhoun bet. Main and Berry. 
Driscoll's Hall, s. e. cor Calhoun and Wabash Ry. 
Evans Block, s. s. Berry bet. Calhoun and Clinton. 
Ewing Block, s. w. cor. W. Main and Harrison. 
Foellinger's Block, 34 and 36 Calhoun. 
Fort Wayne, City Hospital, 166 Barr. 
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. 
Library Hall, n. w. cor. Calhoun and E. Lewis. 
McDougal's Block, n. w. cor. Calhoun and Berry. 
Masonic Hall, n. w. cor. Calhoun and Berry. 
Masonic Temple, cor. Waylie and Clinton. 
Miller Block, w. s. Clinton bet. Berry and Main. 
Miner Block, n. e. cor. Clinton and Wayne. 
Myers' Block, 108 Fairfield ave. 

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

Odd Fellows' Hall (new), n. s. Berry bet. Calhoun and Harri- 
son. 
Phoenix Block, w. s. Calhoun n. of Main. 
Postoffice, e. s. Court s. of Main. 
Schott's Block, n. w. cor. Barr and Washington. 
Schroeder's Block (old), 242 Calhoun. 

Schroeder's Block(new), s. e. cor. Broadway and W.Washington. 
Seidel Block, 52 Calhoun. 

Shuman Block, n. s. Main bet. Barr and Clinton. 
St.Joseph's Hospital(Catholic), s. w. cor. Broadway and E. Main. 
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. 
Wolke Block, s. w. cor. Calhoun and Wayne. 



WARD BOUNDARIES. 

No. 1. Bounded on the north by the St. Mary's river be- 
tween Lafayette and Hanna streets, on the east by Hanna, on 



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the south by the P., F. W. & C. Ry, and on the west by La- 
fayette. 

No. 2, Bounded on the north by the St. Mary's river be- 
tween Calhoun and Lafayette streets, on the east by Lafayette, 
on the south by the P., F. W. & C. Ry, and on the west by 
Calhoun, 

No. 3, Bounded on the north by St. Mary's river between 
Calhoun and Cass streets, on the east by Calhoun, on the 
south by the P., F. W. & C. Ry, and on the west by Cass and 
Webster streets. 

No. 4. Bounded on the north by St. Mary's river between 
Cass and the continuation of Broadway, on the east by Cass 
and Webster, on the south by the P., F. W. & C. Ry, and on 
the west by Broadway. 

No. 5. Bounded on the north by St. Mai*y's river and canal 
basin, on the east by Broadway, on the south by the W., St. L, 
P. Ry, on the west by Eagle, Taylor, Cherry and Allen County 
Fair grounds. 

No. 6. Bounded on the north by the W., St. L. & P. Ry, on 
the east by Calhoun, on the south by Pontiac, Webster and 
Creighton ave., and on the west by the W., St. L. & P. Ry. 

No. 7. Bounded on the north by the P., F. W. & C. Ry, on 
the east by the city limits, on the south by Pontiac and Leith, 
and on the west by Calhoun. 

No. 8. Bounded on the north by the Maumee river, on the 
east by Glasgow ave., Dubois, Wayne Trace and Grange road, 
on the south by the P., F. W. & C. Ry, and on the west by 
Hanna. 

No. 9. Bounded" on the north by Barthold, Archer ave. and 
Spy Run creek, on the east and south by St. Mary's river, on 
the west by canal basin and Rumsey ave. 



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 F. Muhler. 

Clerk— Wra. W. Rockhill. 

Treasurer — Henry C. Berghoff. 

Attorney — Henry Colerick. 

Marshal — Diedrich Meyer. 

Assessor — Charles Reese. ^ 

Street Commissioner — Dennis O'Brien. 



FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 29 

Chief of Police— Hugh M. Diehl. 

Chief of Fire Department — Henry HilbrecTit. 

City Engineer — Jacob S. Goshorn. 

COUNCILMEX. 

First Ward — John C. Kensill, C. Kramer. 
Second Wai'd — Christian Tresselt, John Mohr, jr. 
Third Ward — James Woulfe, Henry A. Read. 
Fourth Ward — George W. Ely, Anthony Kelker. 
Fifth Ward— H. Michael, Joseph A. M. Storm. 
Sixth Ward — Edmund Lincoln, Fred Schwartz. 
Seventh Ward — J. Wessel, jr., Peter J. Scheid. 
Eighth Ward — Frank Gocke, Wm. Doehrmann. 
Ninth Ward — Joseph R. Prentiss, Amie Racine. 

BOARD OF HEALTH. 

The Mayor, ex-officio, Chairman. 
Executive Committee — Christian Kramer, Edmund Lincoln, 

Joseph R. Prentiss. 
Dr. Samuel C. Metcalf, Secretary. 

BOARD OF POLICE COMMISSIONERS. 

The Mayor, ex-officio, Chairman. 
Commissioners — Wm. Doehrmann, Peter J. Scheid, George W. 
Ely, Christian Kramer. 

VTATER WORKS TRUSTEES. 

John F. W. Meyer, President; Thos B. Hedekin, Charles Mc- 
Cullough, Patrick J. McDonald, Secretary. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

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

Judge of the Circuit Court — Hon. Edward O'Rourke. 
Judge of the Superior Court — Hon. Samuel M. Hench. 
Clerk— Willis D. Maier. 
Prosecuting Attorney — Charles M. Dawson. 
Sheriff— DeGraff Nelson. 
Recorder— T. S. Heller. 
Treasurer — John Dallman. 
Auditor — A. L. Griebel. 
Surveyor — O. Bird Wiley. 
Engineer — W. H. Goshorn. 
Coroner — James M. Dinnen. 
Commissioners — Henry Hartman, John H. Brennan and Jerome 

D. Gloyd. 
Attorney — Robert C. Bell. 
School Superintendent — George F. Felts. 



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COURTS. 

TIME OF HOLDIXG 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; Charles M. 
Dawson, Prosecuting Attorne}^ 

Superior Court — Second Monday in January, first Monday in 
April, second Monday in September, second Monday in 
November. Hon. Samuel M. Hench, Judge. 

U. S. COURTS. 

COURT ROOMS IN COUNTY COURT HOUSE. 

District Court of United States — Second Tuesday in June and 
December. Hon. W. A. Woods, Judge; Noble C. Butler, 
Clerk; John Mohr, jr., Resident Deputy Clerk; Gen. R. 
S. Foster, Marshal; J. W. Hayden, Resident Deputy 
Marshal. 

Circuit Court of United States — Second Tuesday in June and 
December. Hon. W. Q. Gresliam, Judge; Noble C. But- 
ler, Clerk; John Mohr, jr.. Resident Deputy Clerk; Gen. 
R. S. Foster, Marshal; J. W. Hayden, Resident Deputy 
Marshal. 



FEDERAL OFFICERS. 

Postmaster — Wm. Kaough. 

Collector of Internal Revenue — John Seaton. 

U. S. Ganger — James Harper. 

U. S. Commissioner— J. B. Harper. 

Register in Bankruptcy — John W. Hayden. 

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

Deputy Clerk U. S. District Court — John Morris, jr. 



POST OFFICE. 

East side of Court south of Main. 

Postmaster — Wm. Kaough. 

Office hours — Week days, 7:30 a. m to 7 p. m. ; Sundays, 9 a. m. 
to 10 a. m. 

Money Order Department — Clerk, Mrs. S. C. Hoffman; office 
hours 8 A. M. to 5 p. M. 

Orders are issued in sums of not more than $100. Larger 
amounts may be transmitted to the same person by addi- 
tional orders. 



FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 31 

Rates for Oi'ders to any part of the United States. — Not 
exceeding $10, eight cents; over 810 and not exceeding 
815, ten cents; over Sl5 and not exceeding §30, fifteen 
cents; over 830 and not exceeding .$40, twenty cents; over 
S40 and not exceeding 850, twenty-five cents; over 850 
and not exceeding $60, thirty cents; over 860 and not 
exceeding 870, thirty-five cents; over 870 and not exceed- 
ing 880, forty cents; over 8S0 and not exceeding 8100, 
forty-five cents. Postal notes to any amount not exceed- 
ing $4.99, three cents. 

Dominion of Canada — For orders not exceeding 810, fifteen 
cents; over 810 and not exceeding 820, thirty cents; over 
$20 and not exceeding 830, forty-five cents; over $30 and 
not exceeding 840, sixty cents; over 840 and not exceeding 
$50; seventy -five cents. 

Great Britain — For orders not exceeding 810, twenty-five 
cents; over 810 and not exceeding 820, fifty cents; over 820 
and not exceeding 830, seventy cents; over 830 and not 
exceeding 840, eighty-five cents; over 840 and not exceed- 
ing 850, one dolhir. 

Germany — For orders not exceeding 810, fifteen cents; over 
810 and not exceeding 820, thirty cents; over 820 and not 
exceeding 830, forty-five cents; over 830 and not exceed- 
ing 840, sixty cents; over 840 and not exceeding $50, 
seventy-five cents. No fraction of a cent to be introduced 
into an order. 

Mail in !2: Department — Chief Clerk, Charles Siemon; Assistant 
Mailing Clerk, J. P. Gaszner. 

General Delivery Department — Chief Clerk, F. J. Drake. 

Registered Letter Department — Clerk, J. H. Young. Ofiice 
hours, 8 A. M. to 5 p. M. 

Stamp Department — Clerk, August Lankenau. Ofiice hours, 
7:30 A. M. to 7 p. M. 

Free Delivery Department — Superintendent of Letter Car- 
riers — Adolph Kiefer. 

Carriers: 

No. 1— Conrad F. Kettler. 

No. 2 — Frederick W. Gallmeier. 

No. 3 — Joseph Lombard. 

No. 4 — George Rush. 

No. 5 — George Kamm. 

No. 6— John S. C. Cook. 

No. 7— Elliott Underbill. 

No. 8 — Alfred Daugherty. 

Four deliveries daily in the business portion of the city, viz.: 
at 7:30 a. m, 2, 3 and 5 p. m. 

Two deliveries daily outside the business portion of the city, 
viz.: 7:30 a. m. and 3 p. m. 



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Sundays, office open from 9 to 10 a. m. One collection by the 
carriers is made at 5 p. m. 

Postage. — The postage on letters to be forwarded in the mails 
to any part of the United States is two cents per ounce, 
prepaid by stamp. The postage for letters dropped in 
this office for delivery in the city, two cents per ounce, 
prepaid by stamp. 

Canada and the British Provinces — Two cents per ounce; pre- 
payment compulsory. 

Postage to all countries included in Universal Postal Union — 
For prepaid letters, five cents per half ounce; for unpaid 
letters received, ten cents per half ounce; for postal cards, 
two cents each; for newspapers, if not over two ounces in 
weight, one cent each; for books, other printed matter, 
legal and commercial documents, pamphlets, music, visit- 
ing cards, photographs, prospectuses, announcements and 
notices of various kinds, whether printed, engraved or 
lithographed, one cent per each weight of two ounces or 
fraction of two ounces; merchandise, ten cents for each 
eight ounces or fraction thereof, and parcel not to exceed 
that weight. 

Registration — Valuable letters to any part of the United 
States and Canada and the Universal Postal Union, will 
be registered on application, for which a charge of ten 
cents (in addition to postage) will be made. 



FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

Chief Engineer — Henry Hilbrecht, office cor. Court and E. 
Berry. 

First Assistant — John McGowan. 

Second Assistant — Fred Becker. 

Committee — Henry Read, Peter J. Scheid, and Wm. Doehr- 
mann. 

Alert Hook and Ladder Company, No. 1 — Northwest cor. Clin- 
ton and Berry. Philip Lindlay, foreman; Henry Sanders, 
driver; Louis k-^tupe, tillerman. 

Charley Zollinger Engine — Northeast cor. Court and Berry. 
John Schroeder, engineer; Christian Rohyans, driver. 

Anthony Wayne Steamer — Northeast cor. Court and Berry. 
Michael Connors, engineer. 

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. 

Supply Cart — Northwest cor. Clinton and Berry. John John- 
ston, driver. 



FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 33 

LOCATION OF FIRE ALARM TELEGRAPH STREET 

BOXES. 

5 S. E. cor. Calhoun and Columbia. 

8 Cor. Wells and Hoffman. 
1-2 Cor. Third and Wells. 
1-3 Cor. High and Barthold. 
1— i Cor. Superior and Evving. 
1-5 Cor. Calhoun and Jefferson. 
1-6 Cor. Calhoun and Chicago. 
1-7 Cor. Calhoun and Williams. 
1-8 Cor. S. Calhoun and Leith. 
2-3 Cor. Washington and Clay. 
2-4 (>or. Washington and Harraer. 
2-5 Cor. Lewis and Hanna. 
2-6 Coi'. Summit and Division. 
2-7 Cor. Maumee ave. and Schick. 
2-8 White's factory, Glasgow ave. 
3-1 Cor. Douglas ave. and Webster. 
3-2 Cor. Jefferson and Griffith. 
3-4 Cor. Broadway and Wilt. 
3-5 Cor. Washington and Van Buren. 
3-6 Cor. Union and Pritchard. 
3-7 Cor. Broadway and Wall. 
3-8 Cor. Washington and College. 
4-1 Olds and Sons' Works. 
4-2 Cor. Lafayette and Holman. 
4-3 Cor. Hanna and Wallace, 
4-5 Cor. Grand and Smith. 
4-6 Cor. Hanna and Creighton ave. 
5-1 Cor. Wayne and Webster. 
5-2 Cor. Main and Griffith. 
5-3 Cor. Main and Van Buren. 
5-4 Cor W. Main and Cherry (Nebraska). 
6-1 Second Ward Engine House. 
6-2 Cor. Harrison and Columbia. 
6-3 Cor. Columbia and Barr. 
6-4 Cor. Barr and Madison. 
7-1 Cor. Fairfield ave. and Bass. 
7-2 Cor. Butler and Hoasfland. 



POLICE DEPARTMENT. 

Headquarters Northeast cor. Court and Clinton. 
Hugh M. Deihl, Chief. 

Patrolmen — Frank Wilkinson, Lieutenant; John O'Connell, 
Fred Wahrenburg, Joseph Gushing, Stephen Fletcher, 
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Henry Sohroeder, George Humbrecht, James Sheridan, 
Edward Quinn, Henry Lapp, Micliael Singleton, George 
D. Lee, John Tremmel, J. Leonard Fuchshuber, Peter 
Owens, John Trautinan, Patrick O'Ryan, William Kramer. 

Diedrich Meyer, Marshal. 

Jesse Patton, Frederick Limecooly and Henry Franke, Depu- 
ties. 



JUSTICES OP THE PEACE. 

(ALLEN COUNTY.) 



Township. 



Names. 



P. O. Address. 



Commission 
Expires. 

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Aboite Van Hoozen, George Kelseyville April 17 

Glenn, Wm Fort Wayne April 17 

Adams Eggeman, Fred Adams Nov. 1 

Schwiintz, Conrad. . .New Haven Mch. 

Linker, Valentine. . .Fort Wayne Oct. 

Cedar Creek Hollopeter, Mathias .Leo Nov. 

Lindsay, Chas. W. . . Leo Nov. 

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

Kniss, George Huntertown April 

Jackson Meade, Frederick . . .Monroeville May 

Baldwin, Timothy . .Monroeville April 19 

Jefferson Adams, Josiah New Haven April 14 

Ladig, Nicholas Maples April 14 

Lafayette Simonton, William. .Zanesville April 17 

Dennis, Jacob Aboite Oct. 24 

Lake Smith, Andrew J Fort Wayne April 14 

Schaff, C3 lus W Areola April 17 

Madison Lipes, Calvin Hoagland April 14 

Bauserman, Wm. H. Monroeville April 17 

Marion Snider, Solomon J. .Poe April 17 

Maumee Ober, George W Antwerp, O April 14 

Adams, Horace E . . . Woodburn April 19 

Milan Doty, Solomon Chamberlain May 17 

Monroe Sheehan, John Monroeville April 14 

Shaffe, Amasa Monroeville April 14 

Perry Warner, Joseph Huntertown Nov. 8 

Thornton, Stephen A. Huntertown '. Nov. 14 

Pleasant Ruehling, J. J Sheldon Dec. 7 

Foulks, C. S Sheldon. Dec. 13 

Scipio Porter, Daniel Hall's Corners Oct. 22 

Springfield Friedt, Jacob Harlan Nov. 9 

Eckles. John H Harlan Nov. 9 

St. Joseph Chausse, Amos Chamberlain Nov. 6 

Porter, Hiram Fort Wayne April 14 

Washington Romey, Robert C Fort Wayne April 14 

Soliday, John A Academy April 17 

Wayne Ryan, Daniel Fort Wayne Nov. 14 

France, Harry F Fort Wayne Oct. 25, 87 

Hayes, Charles A Fort Wayne Mch. 14, '88 



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FORT WAYNE PUBLIC SCHOOLS. 

BOARD OF SCHOOL TRUSTEES. 

President — Hon. A, P. Edgerton. 
Secretary — Max Nirdlinger, Esq. 
Treasurer — O. P. Morgan, Esq. 
Superintendent — John S. Irwin, M. D., LL. D. 
Office Clerk and Librarian — Miss Mary Irwin. 
Janitor-in-Cbief — James A. Gavin. 

SPECIAL TEACHERS. 

Drawing — Miss Eleanor H. Farmer. 
Reading — Miss Lucia M. Vail. 
Music— Wilbur F. Heath. 
Writing — John L. Tyler. 

CENTRAL GRAMMAR SCHOOL. 

EAST WAYNE STREET. 

Principal — Chester T. Lane, A. B. 

Assistants— Charles R. Dryer, A. M., M. D.; Miss Hannah E. 
Evry; Elizabeth C. Woodman. 

TRAINING SCHOOL. 

IN CENTRAL BUILDING. 

Principal — Miss Martha A. Jones. 

Critic Teacher — Miss Sarah A. Updegraff. 

Model Teacher — Miss Helen Brenton. 

Pupil Teachers— Miss Li Hie Beaver, Miss Luella C. Boles, 
Miss Elizabeth C. Chapin, Miss Georgia L. Dennison, 
Miss Emma F. Gaskins, Miss Grace G. Hayden, Abbie 
C. Keegan, Lydia C. Miles, 

Janitor Central Building — Conrad Leidolf. 

JEFFERSON SCHOOL. 

S. W. CORNER JEFFERSON AND GRIFFITH STREETS. 

Principal— Miss Harriet E. Leonard. 

Grammar, 1— Miss Ellen McKeag; 2— Louvie E. Strong. 

Inermediate, 1 A— Miss Lettie A. Van Alstyne; 2 A— Miss M. 

Alma Snider; 1 B— Miss Emma Stanley; 2 B— Miss Clara 

Phelps; 1 C— Miss Josephine Updegraff; 2 C— Miss Janet 

A. McPhail; D— Laura Goshorn. 
Primary, A— Adela V. Ross; B— Anna M. Trenara; C— Mary 

Smyser; 1 D— R. Etta Cothrell; 2 D— Miss Minnie E. 

Newell. 
Janitor — John Immel. 



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CLAY SCHOOL. 

N. W. CORNER CLAY AND WASHINGTON STREETS. 

Principal — Miss Mary McClure. 
Grammar — Miss Belle R. Lloyd. 
Intermediate, 1 A — Miss E. Louise Hamilton; 2 A — Miss Lulu 

J. Wiley; 1 B— Miss Sarah E. McKean; 2 B— Miss Emma 

L. Armstrong; C — Miss Agnes H. Fowles; D — Miss M. 

Alice Tarmon. ' 
Primary, A — Miss Elizabeth Collins; B — Miss Kittle J. Lehr; 

C — Miss Georgiana Boyd; 1 D — Miss Josephine Strong; 

2 D — Mrs. Jennie S. Woodward. 
Janitor — Michael L, Brannan. 

HOAGLAND SCHOOL. 

N. E. CORNER HOAGLAND AVENUE AND BUTLER STREET. 

Princij^al — Miss Frances Hamilton. 

Intermediate, A — Miss Mary A. Abel; B — Mrs. Elsie A. Hall; 

C— Miss M. Belle Clark; D— Miss Ellen M. Babcock. 
Primary, 1 A — Miss Lillian D. French: 2 — Miss Emma F. 

Kinnaird. 
Primary, 1 B — Miss Minnie F. Homsher; 2 B — Miss Katie A. 

Ross; 1 C — Miss Louise Horton; 2 C — Louise Rauh; 

1 D— Miss Mary E. Dick; 2 D— Miss Mary A. Habecher; 
' 3 D — Miss Frances L. Conklin. 
Janitor — Ann O'Callahan. 

HANNA SCHOOL. 

S. W. CORNER HANNA AND WALLACE STREETS. 

Principal — Miss Helen Edgerton. 

Intermediate, A and B — Mrs. Marion H. Brenton; C — Miss 

Jennie M. Abel; D — Miss Margaret A. Wade. 
Primary, 1 A — Miss Matilda E. Knight; 2 A — Miss Martha E. 

Wohlfort; B — Miss Virginia A. Clay; 1 C — Miss Annie 

B. Dick; 2 C — Miss Lucy C. Smith; 1 D — Miss Julia E. 

Orff; 2 D — Miss Catlierine Freeman; 3 D — Miss Addie 

H. Williams. 
Janitor — Mrs. Maria Perrett. 

WASHINGTON SCHOOL. 

S. W. CORNER WASHINGTON AND UNION STREETS. 

Principal — Miss Margaret S. Cochrane. 

Intermediate, B — Miss Laura A. Kimball; C — Miss Jessie L. 
Humphrey; D — Miss Elizabeth M. Biegler. 



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Primary, A — Miss Hattie Rosenthal; 1 B — Miss Minnie A. 
Sidle; 2 B— Miss Lizzie F. Irwin; 1 C— Miss Nellie Tay- 
lor; 2 C — Miss Vermilla F. Hamil; 1 D — Miss Augusta 
G. Reitze; 2 D— Miss Edith M. Cothrell. 

Janitor — Mrs. Annie Liihrmann. 

BLOOMINGDALE SCHOOL. 

S. W. CORNER MARION AND BOWSER STREETS. 

Principal — Miss Margaret M. McPhail. 

Intermediate, B— Miss M. Alice Hill; C— Miss Mary E. Orff; 

D— Miss Mary E, McClure. 

Primary, A — Miss Elizabeth J. Bowman; 1 B — Miss Zerniah 

E. McLain; 2 B — Miss Jane E. Brown; C — Miss Harriet 

M. Wells; 1 D — Miss Addie Jacobson; 2 D — Miss Mary 

E. Freeman. 
German— Miss Emma C. Weber, 
Janitor — Mrs. Elizabeth Boehner. 

HARMER SCHOOL. 

N. W. CORNER HARMER AND JEFFERSON STREETS. 

Principal — Mrs. Mary S. Waldo. 

Intermediate, C — Miss Anna M. Payne; D — Miss Susan S. Sin- 
clair. 

Primary, A — Miss Cora A. Diggins; B — Miss Kate C. Orr; 
C — Miss Effie Lumbard; D— Miss Edith M. Brewster. 

Janitor — Mrs. Anna J. Clark. 

EAST GERMAN SCHOOL. 

IN HARMER SCHOOL BUILDING. 

Principal — John S. Weber. 
Assistant — Miss Elizabeth Fiihrer. 

WEST GERMAN SCHOOL. 

S. E. CORNER WASHINGTON AND WEBSTER STREETS. 

Principal — Carl Schwarz. 

Assistants — Miss H. Mary Schrey; Miss Anna M. Doermer. 

Janitor — Elizabeth Rohlmann. 



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. 



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

St. Augustine's Academy (for girls), under the direction of the 
Sisters of Providence. Cathedral Square, s. e. cor. Cal- 
houn and E. Jefferson. Sister St. Clement, Superior. 

St. Joseph's (for boys), under the direction of Brother Gabriel, 
Superior; 376 Calhoun. 

St. Joseph's (for girls), under the direction of the Sisters of 
Providence; 376 Calhoun. Sister Mary Ursula, 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. Oechtering, 
director. 

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

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

Diocesan School Board of the Catholic Diocese of Fort Wayne. 
Board of Directors: Rev. A. B. Oechtering, President, 
Mishawaka, Ind.; Rev. J. F. Lang, Secretary, Fort Wayne; 
Rev. F. Koerdt, Assistant Secretary, Sheldon, Ind.; Rev. 
E. Koenig, Fort Wayne; Rev. E. P. Walters, Lafayette, 
Ind.; Rev. M. O'Reilly, Valparaiso, Ind.; Rev. J. H. 
Oechtering, Fort Wayne; Rev. H. Meissner, Peru, Ind.; 
Rev. M. E. Campion, Logansport, Ind. ; Rev. H. A. Boeck- 
elman, Delphi, Ind. ; Rev. T. E, Walsh, Notre Dame, Ind. ; 
Rev. W. Berg, Shererville, Ind. Transact all business 
with either of the Secretaries. 

GERMAN LUTHERAN. 

Emanuel's, n. e. cor. Union and Wilt. Rev. Chas. Gross, prin- 
cipal. 

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. Henry G. Sauer, 
director. 

COLLEGES. 

Concordia College (German), belonging to the Evangelical 
Lutheran Church, e. s. Schick, bet. Washington and Mau- 
mee ave. Organized in Missouri in 1839. Established in 
Fort Wayn , 1848. Prof. R. A. Bischoff, director and 
Professor of Theology; Prof. George Schick, F. Zucker 
and Dr. 0. Siemon, Professors of Ancient Languages and 



FORT "WAYNE DIRECTORY. 39 

History; Prof. A. Crull, Professor of German and Frencli 
Languages; Prof. H. W. Diederich, Professor of English 
Language; Dr. H. Duemling, Professor of Mathematics 
and Natural Sciences; Mr. J. H. Ungemach, Professor of 
Music; Rev. I. H. Niemann (Cleveland, O.), Rev. C. Gross, 
Rev. H. G. Sauer, G. Thieme, J. F.W. Meyer and H. Paul, 
Trustees. Number of pupils during the year, 170. 

Fort Wayne Business College, 11 to 15 E. Main. C. T. Lipes, 
proprietor. 

Fort Wayne College, at end of W. Wavne. Officers of the 
Board of Trustees: Rev. W. S. Birch, Pres.; Rev. J. K. 
Walts, Sec; John M. Miller, Treas. Board of Instruction: 
Rev. W. F. Yocum, D. D., President; C. L. Clippinger, 
A.M., Teacher of Natural Sciences; E. M. Wollank, A.M., 
Teacher of Latin, Greek, German and French; C. B. Ste- 
men, M. D., Teacher of Physiology; Julia M. Bryant, 
Teacher of Elocution and English Literature; J. F. White- 
leather, Teacher of Penmanship and Elementary Business 
Course; Otto A. Schmidt, Teacher of Piano, Violin, etc.; 
Mrs. James Hanchette, Teacher of Oil Painting; Col. A, 
T. Lukens, Military Tactics. 

Fort Wayne College of Medicine, 54 to 58 Barr. Christian B. 
Stemen, M. D, Dean; James S. Gregg, M. D., Treas.; C. 
R. Dryer, M. D., Sec. 

Westminster Seminary for Young Ladies. Miss Carrie B. 
Sharp and Mrs. D. B. Wells, principals; 251 W, Main. 



LIBRA.RIES. 

Fort Wayne Catholic Circulating Library and Association, 
established July 1st, 1871, incorporated August 4th, 1874, 
Library Hall n. e. cor Calhouu and E. Lewis. Rev. J. 
Brammer, Spiritual Director; George A. Fry, Pres.; M, J. 
Houlihan, Sec; George A. Litot, Treas.; Rev. T. M. 
O'Leary, Librarian. Association meets first Thursday in 
each month. Library open Thursdays and Sundays from 
3 to 5 p. M., and 7 to 9 p. m. 

Railroad Y. M. C. Association Library and Reading Rooms, s. 
e. cor. Calhoun and Holman. Open each day from 8 a. m. 
to 10 p. m: 650 volumes. 



NEWSPAPERS. 

American Farmer (monthly), E. A. K. Hackett, propr., 107 
Calhoun; issued first of each month; 81.00 per annum. 

Fort Wayne Despatch (weekly), Ind , James Mitchell, propr. 
and pub., 42 Post-Office Building; issued every Thursday. 

Fort Wayne Gazette (daily and weekly), Repub., Keil 



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Bros, proprs., 30 E. Berry, Daily, issued every morning 
at 10 cents per week; weekly, issued every Thursday, 
$1.00 per annum. 

Fort Wayne Journal (daily and weekly), Dem., The Journal 
Co., proprs., 20 E. Berry. Daily, issued every morning at 
10 cents per week; weekly, issued every Wednesday, $1.00 
per annum. 

Fort Wayne Journal of the Medical Sciences, issued quarterly, 
C. B. Stemen, editor and publisher, s. w. cor. Calhoun and 
Berry. 

Fort Wayne News (daily and weekly), Ind., Page, Taylor & 
Co., proprs., 19 E. Main. Daily, issued every evening, 
$3.00 per annum; weekly, every Friday, $1.00 per annum. 

Fort Wayne Sentinel (daily and weekly), Dera., E. A. K. 
Hackett, propr., 107 Calhoun. Daily, every evening, 40 
cents per month; weekly, every Friday, $1.00 per year. 

Indiana Katholisches Wochenblatt (Catholic weekly), F. C. 
Heitz, propr., 13 E. Main. Issued every Thursday, $2.00 
per annum. 

Indiana Staats Zeitung (daily and weekly), John D. Sarnighau- 
sen, editor, n. e. cor. Columbia and Clinton. Daily circu- 
lation, 1,000; weekly circulation, 2,000; daily, $4.00 per 
year; weekly, $1.00 per year. 

Weekly Visitor, The, Clarence Cook, propr., 106 Calhoun. 

Weltburger, The (Catholic weekly), J. C. Biiergler, editor, 7 
Court. Issued Thursday at $2.00 per annum. 

World, The (weekly), Ind., W. D. G. Bond, propr., 24 Clinton. 
Issued every Saturday at $1.00 per annum. 



BANDS OF MUSIC. 

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

leader, office 40 W. Main. 
German Brass Band, G. E. Spiegel, leader, office 36 Nirdlinger, 



BANKS. 

First National Bank, s. e. cor. Court and Main. Capital and 
Surplus, $360,000. Organized May, 1863, re-organized 
May, 1882. O. A. Simons, Pres.; L. R. Hartman, Cash. 

Old National Bank, The, s. w. cor. Main and Clinton. Capi- 
tal, $350,000; surplus, $70,000. Organized 1885. S. B. 
Bond, Pres.; J. D. Bond, Cash.; J. C. Wood worth, Asst. 
Cash. 

Hamilton National Bank, w. s. Calhoun s. of Main. Capital, 
$200,000; surplus, $135,000. Organized 1874. Charles 
McCulloch, Pres.; John Mohr, jr., Cash. 



FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 41 

INCORPORATED INSTITUTIONS. 

Bass Foundry aud Machine Works, Hanna s. of Wabash Ry, 
established 1853, incorporated 1873, capital §500,000. 
John H. Bass, Pres. ; J. I. White, Sec; R. J. Fisher, 
Treas. 

Bickford Furniture Co., The, incorporated 1884, capital -S25,- 
000. Wm. E. Mossman, Pres.; P. A. Randall, Viee-Pres.; 
D. B. Kehler, Sec.-Treas. Office 419 and 421 E. Wayne. 

Citizens' Street Railroad Co., incorporated 1871. J. H. Bass, 
Pres.; S. B. Bond, Yice-Pres.; J. M. Barrett, Sec; F. E. 
W. Scheimann, Treas.; J. W. Pease, Supt. Office n. e. 
cor. Main and Calhoun. 

D. N. Foster Furniture Co., incorporated August 9th, 1884, 
capital $50,000. D. N. Foster, Pres.; S. M. Foster, Sec. 
Office 11 Court. 

Fort Wayne City Bill Posting Co., incorporated December, 
1884." C. B. Woodworth, Pres.; C. P. Swain, Sec; H. J. 
Seibold, Ti-eas. ; George C. Richard?;, Supt. Office 5 Ave- 
line House Block. 

Fort Wayne Citv Hospital, incorporated November 2, 1878. 
M. L. Albrecht, Pres.; W. D. Page, Sec; E. F. Yarnelle, 
Treas.; Mrs. C. L. Smith, Supt., s. w. cor. Barr and Wash- 
ington. Attending Physicians: Drs. T. J. Dills, A. J. 
Laubach, G. L. Greenawalt, H. V. Sweringen, W. H. 
Myers, H. S. Myers, J. W. McCausland, Howard McCul- 
lough. 

Fort Wayne Conservatorv 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 8225,000. James Cheney, Pres., 
Treas. and Supt.; A. C. Probasco, Sec. 

Fort Wayne " Jenney" Electric Light Co., The, incorporated 
November 19, 1881, capital 8100,000. O. A. Simons, 
Pres.; H. G. Olds, Yice-Pres.: R. T. McDonald, Treas.; 
P. A. Randall, Sec. Office and works 87 and 89 E. Colum- 
bia. 

Fort Wayne Organ Co., incorporated 1871, 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 and incorporated 1869; 
meets Tuesdays and Fridays for reheai-sals; regular meet- 
ings first Sundav after first Tuesday in each month, at 
Saenger Bund Hall, 54 E. Main. Gottlieb Linger, Pres.; 
Otto Herbst, Sec. ; Gottlieb Haller, Treas. 

Gause Agricultural Works, incorporated 1882, capital 850,000. 
J. H. Bass, Pres.; S. B. Bond, Yice-Pres.; Wm. Kaough, 



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Sec; D. Shordon, Treas.; Wm. Gause, Supt. P., F. W. 

& C. Ry near Broadway. 
Hoosier Manufacturing Co., office and factory 28 and 30 East 

Berry, incorporated April, 1882, capital |30,000. Amos 

S. Evans, Pres. ; John P. Evans, Treas.; George P. Evans, 

Sec. 
Horton Manufacturing Co., cor. Main and Osage, incorporated 

1883, capital 830,000. H, C. Paul, Pres.; J. C. Peters, 

Genl. Mngr. 
Journal Co., The, incorporated May 12, 1884, capital $10,000. 

M. V. B. Spencer, Pres.; Samuel Miller, Sec. -Treas., 20 E. 

Berry. 
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 150,000, incorporated 

February, 1878. John Lillie, Pres.; W. W. Rockhill, 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.; Joseph 

Henry Wilder, Sec; Thos. C. Rogers, Treas.; s. e. cor. 

Lafayette and Wabash Ry. 
Newspaper Union, The, Branch Chicago Newspaper Union, 55 

and 5^ E. Columbia. G. F. Seely, Resident Manager. 
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. Johnstone, 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.; Wilson McQuiston, Sec. 
Standard Life Association of Fort Wayne, incorporated, 1883. 

Jacob Hetrick, Crawfordsville, Ind., Pres.; J. Zwisler, 

Grand Rapids, Mich., Vice-Pres.; O. C. Kneale and O, W. 

Kneale, Resident Secretaries; 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. 
Star Iron Tower Co., incorporated February, 1884, capital 

$25,000. J. H. Bass, Pres.; H. G. Olds, Vice-Pres.; R. T. 

McDonald, Sec; P. A. Randall, Treas.; E. J. O'Beirne, 

Genl, Mngr.; office 87 and 89 E. Columbia. 
Summit City Soap Co., 6 to 12 Glasgow ave., incorporated May 

19, 1885, capital $25,000. Henry Monning Pres.; B. A. 

Bourie, Sec. 



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Taylor Bros. Piano Co., The, incorporated January, 1885, cap- 
ital 84,000. S. R. Taylor, Pres. ; I. N. Taylor, Sec. ; office 
89 Calhoun. 



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; stockholders' meeting to elect officers, etc., 
second Saturday in January. Chas. F. Earner, Pres; John 
H. Pranger, Sec; Anton Zimmermann, Treas. 



RAILROADS. 

Cincinnati, Richmond & Ft. Wayne, leased and operated by 
the Grand Rapids & Indiana. 

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. Hoff- 
man, Auditor, Ft. Wayne, Ind. ; Robert B. Linnaird, Gen. 
Passenger and Ticket Agent, Ft. Wayne, Lid.; W. W. 
Worthington, Gen. Supt., Ft. Wayne, Ind. 

Grand Rapids & Indiana, offices, freight and passenger depots 
with Pittsburgh, Ft. Wayne & Chicago Ry. W. Oden 
Hughart, Pres. and Genl. Manager; W. R. Shelby, Vice- 
Pres. and Treas.; F. A. Gorham, Auditor; C. E. Gill, Genl. 
Freight Agent; C. L. Lockwood, Passenger Agent; J. M. 
Metheany, Supt. Northern Division — General offices, 
Grand Rapids. P. S. O'Rourke, Supt. Southern Di- 
vision — Office, Ft. Wayne, Ind. J.K. McCracken, Agent. 

Lake Shore & Michigan Southern, office, freight and passen- 
ger depots cor. First and Railroad. John Newell, Manager, 
Cleveland, O., W. H. Canift', Division Supt., Jackson, 
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. Bar- 
nard, Freight and Ticket Agent, Ft. Wayne, Ind. 

Pennsylvania Company, operating the P., Ft. W. & C. Ry, office 
e. s. Clinton, bet. Holman and Railroad; freight depot n. 
e. cor. Clinton and Railroad. W. A. Baldwin, Genl. Man- 
ager, Pittsburgh, Pa., C. D. Law, Supt. Western Division; 
J. K. McCracken, Agent, Ft. Wayne, Ind. 



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Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne & Chicago, leased and operated by 
Pennsylvania Co., office e. s. Clinton, bet. Holman and Rail- 
road; freight depot n. e. cor. Clinton and Railroad. W. 
A. Baldwin, Genl. Manager, Pittsburgh, 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; 
l^assenger depot s. e. cor. Calhoun and Wabash Ry; freight 
depot s. w. cor Calhoun and Wabash Ry. A. A. 
Talmage, Genl. Manager; F. Chandler, Genl. Passenger 
Agent, offices at St. Louis, Mo.; Geo. W. Stevens, Gen'l 
Supt. Eastern Division, Peru, Ind.; W. S. Morris, Master 
Mechanic, Ft. Wayne; C. H. Newton, Agent, Ft. Wayne. 



CEMETERIES. 

Achduth Veshalom 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. Wm. Meinzen, Supt. 

Lindenwood, on Huntington 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. 
Anthony Wayne 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). 
Tivoli Garden, w. s. Spy Run ave. -g- mile north of Court 

House. A summer resort for parties, picnics, etc. 



CHURCHES. 

BAPTIST. 

First Baptist. vV. 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 meeting Wed- 
nesday evening at 7:30. Young People's Society meets 
Monday evening at 7:30. 



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CATHOLIC. 

Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, Cathedral Square, 
Calhoun, bet. Lewis and Jefferson. Rt. Rev. Joseph 
Dwenger, D. D., Bishop of the Diocese; Rev. John F. Lang, 
Chancellor; Rev. Joseph H. Bramraer, Rector; Rev. T. M. 
O'Leary. Sunday services 7:30, 8:30 and 10:30 a. m. ; 
Sunday school 1:30 p. ra.; Vespers 3 p. m. 

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

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

St. Paul's (German), southeast cor. Griffith and W. Washing- 
ton. 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, west of Hanna. 
Rev. A. Messman, Pastor. Sunday services 10 a, m. and 
3 p. m. ; Sunday school 9 a. m. 

St. Vincent's Church, Rev. Bonnet Roche, Pastor. Academic. 
Allen Co. 

CHRISTIAN. 

Christian Chapel, southeast cor. W. Jefferson and Griffith. 
Rev. George P. Slade, Pastor. Sunday services 10:30 a. m. 
and 7:30 p. m. ; Sunday school 2:30 p. ra. 

CHURCH OF GOD. 

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

CONGREGATIONAL. 

Plymouth Congregational, nortiiwest cor. W. Washington and 
Fulton. Rev. E. A. Hazeltine, Pastor. Sunday services 
10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. ; Sunday school 2 p. m. Prayer 
meeting Wednesday evening. 

EPISCOPAL. 

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

EVANGELICAL ASSOCIATION. 

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

REFORMED GERMAN. 

St. John's, southeast cor. W. Washington and Webster. Rev. 
Carl Schaaf, Pastor. Sunday services 10:30 a. ra. and 7:30 
p. m. ; Sunday school 9 a. m. 



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Salem, east side Clinton, bet. Wayne and Berry. Rev. C. F. 
Kriete, Pastor. Sunday services 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 
p. m.; Sunday school 2 j). m. 

ENGLISH. 

G-race Reformed, south side E. Washington, bet. Barr and 
Lafayette. Rev. Theo. J. Baeher, Pastor. Sunday services 
10:30 a. ra. and 7:30 p. m.; week-day services Wednesday 
7:30 p. m. 

HEBREW. 

Achduth Veshalom Temple, west side Harrison, near Wayne. 
Dr. Israel Aaron, Rabbi. Children's 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. Clias. Gross, Pastor. Sunday services 10 
a. m. ; Sunday school 2 p. ra, 

Evangelical Lutheran Zion's Congregational, southwest cor. E. 
Creighton ave. and Force, Rev. F. Dreyer, Pastor. Ser- 
vices Sunday 10 a. ra. and 3 p. ra., and Wednesday 7:30 
p. ra. 

St. John's Gerraan 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, Rev. Henry G. Sauer, Pastor. Services Sunday 10 
a. ra. and 2:30 p. m., Wednesday 7.30 p. m. 

Church of the Holy Trinity (English Lutheran), Rev. Samuel 
Wagenhals, Pastor, southeast cor. Wayne and Clinton. 
Sunday services 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. ra.; Sunday school 
2 p. m, 

METHODIST EPISCOPAL. 

Berry Street, northeast cor. W. Berry and Harrison, Rev. 
Jacob K, Walts, Pastor. Sunday services 10:30 a. m. and 
7:30 p. ra. ; Sunday school 2 p. m. Prayer raeeting Thurs- 
day evening. 

Sirapson M. E., southeast cor, Dawson and Harrison, Rev. T. 
D. Tharp, Pastor. Sunday services 10:30 a. ra. and 7:30 
p. m.; Sabbath school 2:30 p. m. Prayer raeeting Thurs- 
day 7:30 p. ra. 

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

Wayne Street Church, southwest cor. Broadway and W. 
Wayne, Rev. W. O. Pierce, Pastor. Sunday services 
10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. ra. ; Sunday school at 2 p. m. 
Prayer meetings Tuesdays and Wednesdays at 7 jj. ra. 



FORT WAYNE DIEECTORT. 4*7 

Free Methodist, south side Creighton ave. e. of Thomas, Rev. 

Geo. P. Wilson, Pastor. Sunday services 10:30 a. m. and 

7 p. ni. ; Sunday, school 9:30 a. m. Prayer meeting Thurs- . 

day 7:30 p. m. 
African Methodist, northeast cor. E. Wayne and Francis, Rev. 

B. J. Coleman, Pastor, Sunday services 10:30 a. m. and 

7:30 p. m.; Sunday school 2 p. m. 

PRESBYTERIAN. • 

First Presbyterian, northeast cor. Clinton and E. Washington, 
Rev. D. W. Moffat, D. D., Pastor. Sunday services 10:30 
a. m. and 7:30 p. ra.; Sunday school 2 p. m. Prayer meet- 
ing 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 
E\s'ing, Rev. Wra. H. McFarland, Pastor. Sunday ser- 
vices 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.: Sunday school 2 p. m. 
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening 7:30 p.m. Young 
people's meeting Friday 7:30 p. m. 

Third Presbyterian, northeast cor. Calhoun and Holman, Rev. 
S. F. Marks, Pastor. Sunday services 10:30 a. m. and 
7:30 p. m.; Sunday school 2 p. ra. 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 citv limits. 



UNIVEESALIST. 



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



UNITED BRETHREN. 



First U. B. Church, southeast cor. E. Lewis and Harraer, Rev. 
Phileraore B. Williams, Pastor. Sunday services 10:30 
a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Prayer meeting Tuesday and Thurs- 
day evenings at 8 p. m.; Sunday school 10 a. m. 



MISCELLANEOUS INSTITUTIONS. 

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



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Allen County Medical Society. Dr. Isaac M. Rosenthal, Pres.; 

Dr. Kent K. Wheelock, 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 Fort Wayne; Charles S, Kiser, 

Commissary and Quartermaster. 
Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, division No. 12, meets 

every Saturday evening at hall, 140 Calhoun. M. Teegar- 

den, Chief; J. W. Orr, Sec; Henry Stocking, Treas. 
Catholic Knights of America, St. Bernard B;-anch No. 103, 

meets first and third Sundays of each month at Library 

Hall, n. e. cor. Calhoun and E. Lewis. H, C. Berghoff, 

Pres.; J. A. Evans, jr.. Sec. 
Catholic Knights of America, Uniform Rank, Branch 103, 

meet at Library Hall, Thursday evening of each week. 

John Hauser. S. C. ; J. II Monning, Rec. Sec. 
Father Mathew Total Abstinence Society, meets first Sunday 

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

Lewis. 
Foi-t Wayne Cigar Makers' Union No. 37, meets first Thursday 

evening of each month, over 88 Calhoun. 
Fort Wayne College of Medicine. C. B. Stemen, M. D., Dean 

of the Faculty; Charles R. Dryer, M. D., Sec. 54 Barr. 
Fort Wayne Iron Molders' Union, No. 62, meets every alternate 

Tuesday evening at hall, s. w. cor. Berry and Harrison. 
Fort Wayne Saenger Bund, organized 1869, meets Tuesdays 

and Fridays for rehearsals. Regular meeting first Sunday 

after first Tuesday in each month at Nimrod Hall, 54 E. 

Main. Gottlieb Unger, Pres.; Otto Herbst, Sec; Gottlieb 

Haller, Treas. 
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. Mc- 

Cracken, Treas. 
Ladies' Society of German Lutheran Church. Mrs. Wm. Sihler, 

Pres. Meets every alternate Wednesday. 
Morton Club, meets at 74 Calhoun, on first Monday of each 

month. F. H. Barnard, Pres.; Allan H. Dougall, Sec; 

Wm. S. Bash, Treas. 



FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 49 

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. Kaquet, 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. 

Owl Club, organized 1881, meets every Monday evening at 
Nimrod Hall, 54 E. Main. Wm. H. Chamberlain, Pres.; 
Primus Scherzinger, Sec. 

Plattdeutscher Fritz Renter 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. 

Railroad Young Men's Christian Association, organized Febru- 
ary, 1884. A. H. Polhamus, Pres.; E. S. Philley, Vice- 
Pres.; C. H. Newton, Rec. Sec; W. D. Hartsuff, Treas.; 
D. F, More, Gen. Sec, s. e. cor. Calhoun and Holman. 

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. Lafay- 
ette and Jefferson. M. Baltes, Pres.; B. Kramer, Sec. 

St. Joseph's 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, Chap- 
lain. 

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. 
Krack, Pres.; A. Zimraerniann, ^ec 

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

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

Sec; Albert Dittoe, Treas. 
The Lutheran Library Association, Joseph A. M. Storm, Pi'es.; 

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

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. 
Veterans' Association, headquarters 74 Calhoun. Scott Swann, 

Chairman; Allan H. Dougall, Sec. and Treas. 



SECRET AND BENEVOLENT SOCIETIES. 

MASONIC. 

Hall northwest cor. Calhoun and Berry. 

Wayne Lodge, No. 25, F. & A. M. Meets first Tuesday on or 
before full moon; Johnston Rodabaugh, W, M., Wm. 
Welsheimer, Sec. 

Home Lodge, No. 342, F. & A. M. Meets first Tuesday in 
each month in Postoftice Building; James E. Graham, W. 
M., J. C. Willard, Sec 

Sol. D. Bayless Lodge, No. 359, F. & A. M. Meets second 
Monday in each month; C. B. Oakley, W. M., Wm. E. 
Hood, Sec 

Summit City Lodge, No. 170, F. & A. M. Meets first Friday 
in each month; John T. Leach, W. M., Daniel W. Souder, 
Sec. 

St. Mary's, No. 14 (col'd). Meets first Monday in each month 
in hall n. e. cor. Francis and Wayne; James Smith, W. M., 
Charles Winslow, Sec. 

Fort Wayne Chapter, No. 19, R. A. M, Meets first Wednes- 
day in each month; Allan H. Dougall, H. P., J. C. Wil- 
lard, Sec. 

Fort Wayn^i Council, No. 4, R. & S, M. Meets second Wed- 
nesday in each month. 

Fort Wayne Coraman^lery, No. 4, K. T. Meets third Thurs- 
day in each month; R. F. Keith, E. C, W. W. Rockhill, 
Rec 

ODD FELLOWS. 

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

C. H. Buttenbender, N. G., E. G. Davis, Sec 
Concordia Lodge, No. 228. Meets every Wednesday evening 

in hall in Postoftice Building; Edward Ehle, N. G., L. Jax- 

theimer, Sec. 



FORT AVAYNE DIRECTORY. 51 

Concordia Rebecca Lodge, No. 41 (German). Meets first and 
third Thursdays in eacli month at hall in Postofiice Build- 
ing; John Wasserbach, X. G,, Julius Schwabe, Sec, 

Deborah Rebecca Degree Lodge, No. 110. Meets first and 
third Tuesdays in each month at hall in Postofiice Build- 
ing; Mrs. C. Cran, X. G., Mrs. A. Racine, P. G., Mrs. C. 
Graff, Rec. Sec, Samuel Hedford, Fin. Sec. 

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

Harmony Lodge, No. 19. Meets every Thursday evening, at 
their hall, 20 AV. Berry; J. T. Leach, N. G., D. H. Wolf, 
Sec. 

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

Uniform Decree, Camp No 2. Meets second and fourth Tues- 
days of each month at hall, Postofiice bxiilding; F. P. Rob- 
inson, Com., L W. Campbell, Sec. 

GRAND ARMY REPUBLIC. 

Anthony Wayne Post, No. 27. Meet in Rathbone Hall, 20 
W. Berry street first and thii'd Fridays of each month; 
Allan H. Dougall, Post Com., A. R' McCurdy, Adj., 
Joseph Lombard, Q. M. 

Sion S. Bass Post, No. 40. Meet at G. A. R. Hall, n. w. cor. 
Calhoun and Berry second and fourth Fridays of each 
month; James E. Graham, Post Com., George D. Adams, 
Adj., H. O. Crosby, Q. M. 

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, C. C, Chas. Read, V. C, 
H. P. Vordermark, Rec. Sec. and Financier, Peter Mor- 
genthaler, Treas. 

KNIGHT^ OF HONOR. 

No. 1547. Meets second and fourth Wednesdays in each 
month, at Odd Fellows' Hall, Berry street; Abraham G. 
Barnett, Dictator, W. D. Maier, Reporter. 

KNIGHTS OF LABOR. 

Wabash Assembly, No. 2315. Meets every first and third 
Fridays of each month, at Odd Fellows' Hall, Postofiice 
Building. 



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KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. 

Ft. Wayne Lodge, No. 116. Meets every Tuesday evening, in 

Harmony Hall. 
Phoenix Lodge, No. 101. Meets every Monday evening in 

Harmony Hall Building, W. Berry. 
Summit City Uniform Degree. Camp meets second and fourth 

Fridays of each month, at Harmony Hall Building; T. W. 

Blair, C. C, H. C, Sites, Treas., J. A. N. Frentzel, Sec. 

KOTAL 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. 



MORTUARY LIST 

FROM MARCH 27th, 1884, TO A UG UST 1st, 1885. 



Ahren Wm, 25. 
Alden David, 35. 
Allen James, 42. 
Alter Catharine, 19. 
Arter Michael, 82. 
Bach Mary, 74. 
Backus Annie, 20. 
Baker H, 62. 
Barcus Jacob, 55. 
Bauch Elizabeth, 31. 
Bauer — , 45. 
Bayliss Annie, 57. 
Beckman Henry, 77. 
Beckman Margaret, 44. 
Bennett Eliza, 26. 
Benoit Rev J, 76. 
Beyran August, 35. 
Bicknese Mrs, 76. 
Bicknese Leonard, 76. 
BischoflP J (t, 71. 
Black Joseph, 52. 
Boermaii Maria, 63. 
Boese Frederick, 28. 
Bohling Annie, 19. 
Boseker Marion, 21. 
Boyle Mary, 51. 
Bredenstein Margaret, 63. 
Brenner Wm, 22, 



Briant Stephen, 45. 
Brinkhouse Mrs, 58. 
Brockenhamer Maria, 29. 
Brudorf Emily, 19. 
Bunce Theodore F, 21. 
Bunce F L, 23. 
Burlager G, 69. 
Calemut August, 43. 
Carberry George, 32. 
Carroll Edward, 19. 
Cathley Joseph, 55. 
Charles Elizabeth, 42. 
Colerick John, 70. 
Conrad August, 35. 
Conrad August, 34. 
Conkling Francis P, 73 
Corcoran Nellie, 25. 
Covert James A, 34. 
C rouse Charles, 73. 
Gushing M.iry, 67. 
Dargin James, 20. 
Dassler D, 48. 
Davis Samuel, 47. 
Dehne Louisa, 36. 
Deither Barbara, 69. 
Delage Frederick, 35. 
Dewell Maria, 75. 
Dodine F, 62. 



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Dow Edith, 19. 


Hensler Christian, 73. 


Drew Maurice, 70. 


Hewitt Sallie, 28. 


Edler F, 62. 


Pligby Maria, 40. 


Ehle Herman, 24. 


Hirschfelder Michael, 45. 


Eiclioff Francis, 79. 


Hoag Maria, 62. 


Ellinger George, 19. 


Hoebel Mrs, 72. 


Ersting — , 64. 
Etzold J C, 24. 


Hogan Eliza, 33. 
Hood George, 59. 


Evans I A, 60. 


Hoppe Frederick, 43. 


Farmer Francis, 26. 


Horstman James, 21. 


Fay Julia P, 58. 
Feilhmeyer Ettie, 54. 


Hoy David, 45, 
Jacobs Charles, 26. 


Ferhling Catharine, 35. 


Jasper Catherine, 66. 


Flaherty Catherine, 74. 


Jennings Thomas, 35. 


Flynn James, 33. 


Jointz Charles, 19. 


Foley Ellen, 54. 
Foley Jeremiah, 60. 
Foltz Michael, 76. 


Kaag Jacob, 43. 
Karp Ludwig, 65. 
Kaylor Mary, 29. 


Fonsing Wm. 


Keefer Mrs," 6 8. 


Forrester Rose, 22. 


Keegan Elizabeth, 24. 


Freiberg — ,31. 


Kelker Catherine, 42. 


Gable Christian, 72. 


Kellet Edward, 40. 


Gardner Sarah, 54. 


Kern Casper, 63. 


Gardner Alice, 17. 


Kerns John, 31. 


Gazner Lydia, 34. 
Gee Etta, 16. 
Geller Henry, 30. 
Gerke F, 40. 


Kerns Mary, 21. 
Klepper Mary, 17. 
Kling John, 50. 
Koehler Catherine, 25. 


Gleason Thomas, 29. 


Kohlmeier (infant). 


Golden Patrick, 60. 


Kopp Frederick, 64. 


Gortz Annie, 27. 


Krautz Herman, 59. 


Graham James, 55. 


Krull Sophia, 33. 


Gridley Oliver, 24. 
Grissnore Elizabeth, 31. 


Larapke Mary, 73. 
Lang Mrs. 


Grubb Elizabeth, 65. 


Lanigan Michael, 80. 


Grund Etta, 17. 


Larue Victor, 76. 


Haiber Mary, 61. 


Lauer Catharine, 58. 


Halle Elizabeth, 31. 


Lauer Catherine, 57. 


Hamilton Elizabeth, 84. 


Leichner Mary, 22. 


Hanna Mrs, 35. 


Leimker Frederick, 23. 


Harber Casper, 43. 
Harter Annie, 43. 


Leonard August, 45. 
Link Ernst, 34. 


Hartman Christian, 39. 


Link Anton, 63. 


Hartman Honora, 22. 


Link Thomas, 62. 


Harwick P, 80. 


Linker Henry E, 43. 


Haynes Agnes, 43. 
Heilburg Fred, 31. 
Heilmeyer John, 70. 
Henker Charles, 49. 


Lohmeyer Charles, 31. 
Long John W, 45. 
McAtler Mary, 24. 
McCarthy James, 22. 



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McConnell Thomas, 25. 
McDonald Carrie, 18. 
McDonald J B, 71. 
Mcintosh Mary, 80. 
McLaughlin — , 40. 
McNulty Jane, 33. 
Mahon Thomas, 22. 
Mahon Carrie, 16. 
Mannegar Charlotte, 69. 
Margette George, 68. 
Margette George, 42. 
Meehan Michael, 25. 
Mehenke Frederick, 64. 
Meigal Frederick, 18. 
Metker Elizabeth, 39. 
Meyer Wm L, 50. 
Meyers Louisa, 28. 
Meyers Sarah, 42. 
Meyers — , 57. 
Mohring John, 67. 
Mulherron Mary, 70. 
Nee Bertha, 61. 
Ney Edward, 62. 
Nicholson E, 38. 
Nierman Benjamin, 24. 
Nill Lillian, 26. 
Norris Richard, 23. 
Oakley Phoebe, 80. 
Pantlin Wm H, 22. 
Parker Flora, 26. 
Peepe Francis, 63. 
Phelps Ella, 26. 
Phillabaum George M, 47. 
Phillabaum Jennie, 42. 
Pohle Edward, 43. 
Rannells Edward R, 42. 
Rehling Caroline, 24. 
Reil Matilda, 24. 
Reynolds James, 30. 
Rice Mary, 27. 
Richardson Thomas, 60. 
Robbins Charles G, 55. 
Rogers Bridget. 
Rudolph Lena, 33. 
Russell Mary H, 32. 
Ryan Mary, 55. 
Sauerwine Henry, 65. 
Saum Theresa, 21. 
Schaedel Christian, 28. 



Schaefer Gottlieb, 50. 
Schaefer John, 18. 
Schmidt Paul C, 30. 
Schneider Isaac, 29. 
Schneider John W, 37. 
Schofield Wm, 40. 
Schoppman Henry W, 43. 
Schumacher Sophia, 60. 
Schunck F W, 70. 
Schwahn Margaret, 33. 
Seidel Christina, 38. 
Self John N, 41. 
Shaw W P, 26. 
Shea Mary, 26. 
Sheahan Jennie, 36. 
Sheridan Andrew, 44. 
Siebold — , 67. 
Singleton Sidney, 30. 
Smaltz Martha, 51. 
Smith Daniel, 60. 
Smith Henry, 50. 
Smith Henrietta, 50. 
Smith Samuel, 62. 
Snider — , 56. 
St Clair Adelia, 38. 
Stein Caroline, 33. 
Stein Jacob, 43. 
Steinhauser John, 66. 
Stephens Catherine, 22 
Stevens Eleanor, 68.' 
SteAvart Charles, 53. 
Stier Emma, 19. 
Stirke Wm, 65. 
Stirke Wm, 78. 
Stoll Elizabeth, 70. 
Tag Henry, 26. 
Thieme George, 26. 
Thome John, 65. 
Tomfer Wm, 24. 
Tonner Mary, 76. 
Toque Mrs, 35. 
Varnum Mrs, 50. 
Volland E, 49. 
Waible Maria, 17. 
Walter Frank, 73. 
Walters Susan, 26. 
Wiggins Wm, 40. 
Williams — , 24. 



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ABBREVIATIONS, 



adv advertisement 

al alley 

ave avenue 

bds boards 

bel below 

col'd colored 

cor corner 

e east, or east of 

e s east side 

n north, or north of 

n e cor northeast corner 



nr near 

ns north side 

n w cor northwest corner 

opp opposite 

res resides 

s south, or south of 

s e cor southeast corner 

s s south side 

s w cor southwest corner 

w west, or west of 

w s west side 



ALPHABETICAL LIST OF NAMES. 

[Names marked with an asterisk (*), liave telephone connection ] 

_A. 

Aaron Dr Israel, rabbi Jewish Temple, bds 70 W Wayne. 
Abbe Mrs Dorothy, res 165 E Lewis. 
Abbott Wm T, res 172 E Berry. 
Abel, see also Hahel. 

Abel Miss Jennie M, teacher Hanna School, bds 219 E Wayne. 
Abel John C, canvasser, bds 219 E. Wayne. 
Abel Mary A, teacher Hoagland School, res 219 E Wayne. 
Abel Miss M Kate, teacher Hanna School, bds 219 E Wayne. 
Aber, see also Haiber. 

Aber David J, orrocer, res 341 W Washington. 
Abercorn, see TIaherkorn. 

Abercronibie John, fireman G R & I R R, bds 225 Lafayette. 
Aborn Thomaa C, foreman Gazette job room, res 23 Van 
Buren. 



Ron noU/alrl J?# Pn The OLDEST and CHEAPEST 
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*Academy of Music, Robert L Smith manager, ii s E Berry 

bet Barr and Clinton. 
Academy of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart, Con- 
ducted by the Sisters of the Holy Cross, 6 miles n of Court 

House. {See adv, j) 4-) 
Achduth Veshalom (Hebrew) Cemetery, e s Broadway bet 

Wabash Ry and P, F W & C Ry tracks. 
Achduth Veshalom Temple, s w cor W Wayne and Hai-rison. 
Ackermann Catherine, domestic 152 W Jefferson. 
Ackermann John, spoke turner White's Wheel Works, res IVI 

Wells. 
Ackermann Martin, laborer, res 223 Wells. 
Ackermann Theresa (wid Wolfgang), bds 156 E Jefferson. 
Ackret Laura, laundress, bds Tremont House. 
Adams Andrew A, student R S Robertson, bds 9 E Wayne. 
Adams Andrew J, millwright Bass F & M Works, res 348 

Hanna. 
Adams Carrie, domestic 12 Harrison. 
Adams Charles C, engineer Penn Co, res 151 Wallace. 
*AdaillS Express Co, W P Chapman Agt, 102 Calhoun. 
Adams George D, tel opr P, F W & C Ry, res 70 Douglas 

ave. 
Adams Henry (col'd), musician, bds 33 W Lewis. 
Adams Israel B, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 48 Bi-acken- 

ridge. 
Adams Israel B jr, machinist W, St L & P Ry, res n s Boone 3 

e of Osage. 
Adams James H (Adams & Steely), res Dayton, O. 
Adams John H, Dentist 142 Calhoun, res 95 Baker. 
Adams Oscar M (col'd), brakeman Penn Co, bds 28 Erie. 
Adams Oscar S, molder Ft Wayne Safety Valve Works, bds 48 

Brackenridge. 
Adams Thomas H (col'd), brakeman P, F W & C Ry, bds 28 

Erie. 
Adams Wm B (Adams & Coombs), res 205 Broadway. 
Adams & Coombs (Wm B Adams, Thomas A Coombs), paint- 
ers 110 Calhoun. 
*Adams & Steely (James H Adams, Thomas S Babbit, James 

G Steely), wholesale millinery 29 Calhoun. 
Adamson Louis R, machinist F W Jenney Electric Light Co, 

res 27 Lavina. 
Addington Homer W, brakeman, bds n w cor- Harrison and 

1st. 
Adelmann Frank, clerk Tremont House, bds same. 
Adkins Armus W, conductor Penn Co, res 353 Lafayette. 
Adkins Charles A, finisher N G Olds & Sons, bds 353 Lafayette. 

Sell all kinds of Crockery and Glass- 
ware, at No. 5 East Columbia Street. 



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&Bro. 



FORT WAYXE DIRECTORY. 



51 



H. C. TAYLOR & CO. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 




Doors, Sash, Blinds 



MOULDINGS, BRACKETS, Etc. 



DEALERS IN 



ROUGH i DRESSED LUMBER 



si3:i3sra-LEs, etc. 



Cor. Virginia | Monroe Sts. 



FORT WAYITE, IND. 



First National Bank. ^"^""'-^ ^'*'^'"^' 



$375,000.- 



58 B. L. POLK & CO. S 



Alieril Thomas W, Saloon and Restaurant n w cor 1st 

and Harrison, res same. 
Ahern Wm, tel constructor, res 60 Prince. 
Alifeldt Mary, domestic 130 W Jefferson. 
Aliinger Adolph, plasterer, bds 12 Marion. 
Ahinger Agnes, domestic 103 W Berry. 
Ahlers John, helper Bass F & M Works, res 61 Wall. 
Ahlesmeyer Wm, stone mason Wm Moellering, res 91 Maumee 

road. 
Ahltenberg John, foreman Olds' Wagon Works, res n w cor 

Calhoun and Chicago. 
Ahren Edward, laboror W, St L & P freight house, bds 49 

Grand. 
Aichele George F, polisher Keller & Brunner, res 81 Barthold. 
Aichley Carrie, domestic The Fort Wayne College. 
Aiken Charles, switchman L S & M S Ry, res 59 E 3rd. 
Adler Annie (wid Andrew), res 61 Wall. 
Adler Rickey, starcher Troy Steam Laundry, bds 61 Wall. 
Aex Frederick, stavemaker, bds 60 W Washington. 
Aex Sophia (wid Gustave), i-es 60 W Washington. 
Affolder Ludwig, laborer, res rear 184 Hayden. 
African M E Church, n e cor E Wayne and Francis. 
Agerter Henry, brakeman Penn Co, bds St Charles Hotel. 
Agerter Peter D, brakeman G R & I R R, bds 233 Calhoun. 
Agster Annie M (wid Gottlieb), res 54 W Jefferson. 
Agster Charles A, machinist W, St L & P Ry, res 134 Harrison. 
Ahern Ellen, domestic 228 Fairfield ave. 
Ahern Thom.as, plasterer J McMullen, res 93 William. 
Aiken Wm, clerk F K Safford & Co, bds 87 W Jefferson. 
Ailer Jennie, cook Tremont House. 
Ainsworth George W, saloon w s Walton ave 2 n of Pittsburgh 

track, res same. 
Ainsworth Wm N, laborer S Bash & Co, res w s Spy Run ave. 
Aker Ambrose, laborer, res 184 Greeley. 
Albaugh Elizabeth, chambermaid Fleming House. 
Albers Hermann, laborer, res 69 Force. 
Albers Katherine. bds s e cor DeWald and Hanna. 
Albersmeier Charles, laborer, bds s e cor Madison and Francis. 
Albersmeier Elizabeth (wid Frederick), res s e cor Madison and 

Francis. 
Albersmeier Minnie, domestic 316 E Jefferson. 
Albert Miss Josephine A, music teacher 164 P] Lewis, res same. 
Albert Mary L (wid Jule), res 164 E Lewis. 
Albrecht, see also Hilhrecht. 

Albrecht Antoine, cigarmaker A N Ehle, res 9 E Lewis. 
Albrecht Bruno, cigarmaker Louis Bender, bds 334 Hanna. 



Troy Steam Laundry, 



50 PEARL ST., is constantly 
—putting in New Machinery.— 



FORT WAYNE DIEECTOEY. 



59 



W. CARTER & SON, 



DEALERS IN 



HOT AIR FURNACES 




Surface Burners, 
Self Feeders, 
Wood Burners. 

UNEQUALLED FOR 

immm and imm 

AND ARE STRICTLY 

G-AS 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. OAKTEE & SON, 

•2!) CLINTON STREET, 
FORT WAYNE, IND. 



We also keep the Largest and Most Select Stock of 







MANTELS '0 



GRATES 



In Fort Wayne and Northern Indiana. 

"VST. <D^^TiT:EiiR & soosr, 

29 CLINTON STREET, 



Umi Sillis at Low Prions, at Ceo. Be Mi li Co.'s 

60 E. L. POLK & co.'s 

Albrecbt Frederick W, cigarmaker L Bender, res 334 Hanna. 

Albrecht John, shoemaker 138^ Broadway, res 12 Elm. 

Albrecht Martin L, carriage manufacturer 106 W Main, res 99 
same. 

Albrecht Peter, shoemaker John Albrecht, res 14 Elm. 

Albrecht Wm F, cigai*maker Louis Bender, res 334 Hanna. 

Albro Frank, teamster A J Dittoe & Co, res 11 Jones. 

Aldeii Samuel R, Lawyer s e cor Court and Main, res 262 
W Berry. 

Alderman, see also Halderman. 

*Alderman Dayton, agricultural implements 10 W Columbia, 
res 293 W Jefferson. 

Alderman Frank (Alderman & Yarnelle), res 303 W Washing- 
ton. 

*Alderinaii & Yarnelle (Frank Alderman, Edward F 
Yarnelle), Wholesale Iron and Heavy Hardware 54 and 
56 E Columbia. 

*Aldrich Charles H (Morris, Aldrich & Barrett), res 253 W 
Creighton ave. 

Aldrich Elisha M, grocer, bds e s Fairfield ave 1 n of Pon- 
tiac. 

Alexander Eva (wid Julius), res 12 Clark. 

Alexander Stephen T, hostler H Winkelmeyer & Co, res cor 
Pearl and Maiden Lane. 

Allegar David, laborer, res 13 Monroe. 

AUegar Franklin, drivei*, bds 13 Monroe. 

Allen Albert, helper City Carriage Works, bds 324 W Wash- 
ington. 

Allen Albert S, painter, res 48 Archer ave. 

Allen County Bible Society, C H Murray agent, 68 Wells and 
4 Aveline House Block. 

*Allen County Jail, w s Calhoun nr Superior. 

Allen Cyrus W, carpenter, res 324 W Washington. 

Allen Daniel M, physician 113 Barr, res same. 

Allen George I, fireman P, F W & C Ry, bds 324 W Washing- 
ton. 

Allen John B, carpenter, bds 324 W Washington. 

Allen Richard, engineer White's Wheel Works, res 356 W 
Wayne. 

Allen Robert, painter L B Johns, bds 113 Barr. 

Allen Rose (wid James O), photographer 129 Broadway, res 
same. 

Allen Wm, conductor G R & I R R, res 113 Barr. 

Allgeier Anthony, teamster, res 133 Madison. 

Allgeier Charles, tinner W, St L & P Ry, bds 264 E Washing- 
ton. 

^?^a U/Qiooll ^rv^f^ 34 CALHOUN STREET, 

^» WclSeili DENTIST, -fort watne, ind.- 



FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 61 



WM. MOBLLBRING, 



Contractor and Builder 



BRICK MANUFACTURER 



(By "Wingart Patent Caloric Kiln). 



DEALER IN 



D/IHai^)^ 



stone, Cement, Sand Stone, Lath 



SEWER PIPE, 



AND 



BUILDERS' MATERIAL GENERALLY. 

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

PORT WAYNE, IND. 

BRICK YARD, SOUTH OF THE ORGAN FACTORY. 



H. C. GRAFFE, 



Cor. Calhoun and Colnnibia Streets. Sole Agent for 
the Celebrated Rockford Watches, alio a fall line 
of all the different American and Swiss Watches. 



62 R. L. POLK & CO.'S 



Allgeier Frank J, tinner F W, C & L R R, res n w cor Calhoun 

and 5 til. 
Allgeier Henry, foreman G W Seavey, res 144 W Wayne. 
Alringer Isidor, book-keeper, res 51 W Lewis. 
Altekruse Henry R, carpenter Pressler & Wagner, res n e cor 

DeWald and Oakley. 
Altekruse Wm E, carpenter, res 29 N Calhoun. 
Altenberger Basileus, res 183 Montgomery. 
Alter Frank W, medical student, bds 25 Force. 
Alter George J, commission, res 18 Buchanan. 
Alter Henry, painter J Alter, bds 20 Wilt. 
Alter Jacob, painter 20 Wilt and grocer 197 Broadway, res 

20 Wilt. 
Alter Jacob, clerk V Ofenloch, bds 32 Force. 
Alter Jacob E, clerk Jacob Alter, res 19 Pritchard. 
Alter John, painter J Alter, bds 20 Wilt. 
Alter John A, Saloon 25 Force, res 27 same. 
Alter Nicholas, clerk E Vordermark & Sons, res 133 E Main. 
Alter Peter, carpenter Penn Co, res 27 John. 
Alter Peter jr, conductor G R & I R R, res 27 John. 
Altevogt Henry, clerk J Harries, bds 38 Allen. 
Altevogt Hermann F, res 38 Allen. 

Altevogt Wm R, helper Bass F & M Works, bds 38 Allen. 
Altraeyer Nicholas, blacksmith, res s s Samuel bet Gay and 

Smith. 
Alton James T, civil engineer, res 148 Clinton. 
Altona Charles, coachman 96 W Wayne. 
Alvord Charles B, printer The Gazette, bds 59 Oakley. 
Alvord Frances (wid Alwyn A), res 148 W Berry. 
Ahvay Edward, wiper Nickel Plate Ry, res n e cor Oakland and 

Spring. 
Aman Charles H, clerk, bds 215 E Washington. 
Aman Joseph, wrapper Root & Co, bds 215 E Washington. 
Aman Louis, plasterer, res 215 E Washington. 
Ambler Alice, domestic 12 Wilt. 

*Aiiierican Exjjress Co, W P Chapman Agent, 102 Cal- 
houn. 
American Farmer (monthly), E A K Hackett Proprietor, 

107 Calhoun. 
Ames George W, res 13 Hamilton. 
Ames M E, engineer Penn Co, res 45 Baker. 
Amon Charles, conductor Penn Co, res 70 Charles. 
Amstutz Mary, waiter McKinnie House. 
Amstutz Peter, brakeman G R & I R R, bds 77 Laselle. 
Amstutz Peter, laborer Street Commissioner, res s w cor Wes- 
tern ave nr P, F W & C Ry. 

For PLANS and Specifications address 
Architects, 27 Calhoun 



111 I ■ Ml n Mil For PLANS and 

taw FinMllIgS. Wing &Mu[in 



. St., Fort Wayne, Ind. 



FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 63 



Pi Wayne Business College 

AND 

INSTITUTE OF PENMANSHIP. 

C. T. LIPES, Proprietor. 

Nos. 15 & 17 Court Street, 

Opposite Court 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 & practical book- keeper. 

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. 

First Terra, for 12 weeks $20 00 

Second Term, for 12 weeks 15 00 

Full Third Term, limited to one year 40 00 

PENMANSHIP DEPARTMENT. 

Practical Penmanship, for 4 weeks $5 00 

Ornamental Penmanship, for 12 weeks 20 00 

Practical and Ornamental Penmanship, for 12 weeks 20 00 

For further information. Circulars, etc., address 

0. T. LIPES, FORT WAYNE, IND. 



Only Good Goods qeo. d?wald^& co.s 

64 R. L. POLK & CO.'S 

Andelbeck Louisa, domestic 22 W Washington. 

Andersen Andrew, spokedriver Olds' Wagon Woi'ks, bds 145 
Holman. 

Andei'sen James, helper Olds' Wagon Works, res 68 Force. 

Andersen Louis, planer Olds' Wagon Woi-ks, bds 145 Holman. 

Andersen Peter, foreman Olds' Wagon Works, res 145 Holman. 

Anderson August C, saw filer Peters B & L Co, res 154 High. 

Anderson Calvin, res 123 W Wayne. 

Anderson Caroline, domestic 300 E Washington. 

Anderson Catherine (wid John), bds 81 W Superior. 

Anderson Clara, domestic s s E Lewis opp Division. 

Anderson Clara, domestic Hanna Homestead. 

Anderson Edward M, brakeman G R & I R R, bds 124 Butler. 

Anderson Eli G, clerk Penn Co freight depot, res 198 W 
Jefferson. 

Anderson Emile, laborer N Leonard & Son, bds 55 E Main. 

Anderson George, engineer Penn Co, res 20 Locust. 

Anderson Henry C, cigarmaker F J Gruber, res rear 152 E 
Wayne. 

Anderson James R, engineer G R & I R R, res 411 Calhoun. 

Anderson John N, cigarmaker Boltz & Oppenhamer, res 75 
Madison. 

Anderson Martha E S (wid Felix H), res 124 Butler. 

Anderson Miss Maud, bds 14 Clay. 

Anderson Miss Minnie, teacher Westminster Seminary, bds e s 
Spy Run ave. 

Anderson Peter, lielper Bass F & M Works, res 300 E Wash- 
ington. 

Anderson Sarah (wid Alexander), bds 312 S Broadway. 

Anderson Thomas P, farmer, res e s Spy Run ave 4 s of River- 
side ave, 

Anderson Wm, conductor N Y, C & St L Ry, res 81 W Su- 
perior. 

Anderson Wm H, conductor G R & IRK, rooms 121 Harri- 
son. 

Anderson Wilson D, watchman P, F W & C Ry, res 312 S 
Broadway. 

Anderson's Block and Hall, n w cor Broadway and Jefferson. 

Andreck Lizzie, domestic 119 E Main. 

Andrews David, boilermaker P, F W & C Ry, res 201 Barr. 

Andrews Dexter B, millwright Hoffman Bros, bds 53 High. 

Andrews James C (Stemen & Andrews), res 201 Barr. 

Andruss George H, engineer W, St L & P Ry, res 78 Douglas 
ave. 

Angell Byron D (Strack & Angell), bds 106 E Barry. 

Angell Mary, domestic 215 W Jefferson. 

lA'inrtf Pf Dm SELL HAND -PAINTED CUPS AND 
Ixddg 06 DlOi SAUCERS, at No. 5 East Columbia St. 



FORT WAYNE DIRECTORT. 65 

MEYER BROTHERS & CO., 

Wholesale Druggists 

Proprs. of Prickly Ash Bitters. 



DEALERS IN 



Paints, Oils, Window Glass, Etc. 



ST. LOUIS and KANSAS CITY, MO., 



2 and 9 Keystone Block, FORT WAYNE, IND. 

CHARLES A. HOFFMANN 



WHOLESALE DEALER IN 




Cider and Apple Wine 

ALSO, CIDER VINEGAR. 

All our Articles Griiaraii.teed. Grenuine. 

185 and 187 Calhoun Street, 

FORT WAYNE, - - - - INDIANA. 

6 



First National Bank 



COR. COURT AND 
— MAIN STREETS — 



66 R, L. POLK & CO.'S 



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

Angst Theresa (wid Leonhart), res 56 Madison. 

Angstmann Philip, laborer Hoffman Bros, res 3 Hoffman. 

Ankenbruck Catharine (wid* Bernard), res 172 E Washington. 

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

Ankenbruck Joseph, clerk, res 30 Erie. 

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

Anschutz Philip H, foreman The Gazette, res 128 E Lewis. 

Anspaugh Jacob, painter S W Hall, res 54 Walnut. 

Anstett George B, teamster J P Tinkham, res 79 Huron. 

Anstett Sarah (wid Charles), res 47 W Main. 

Anthony John C, molder Bass & F M Works, res 333 Hanna. 

Anthony Wayne Park, on n s Mauraee river e of Main street 
bridge. 

Anweiler Minnie (wid Louis), res 165 Jackson. 

App, .s(?e also Hayxp. 

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

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

App Martin, clerk M App, bds 104 W Washington. 

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

Archer Charles E, circulator The Gazette, res 164 Wells. 

Archer David L, res 45 E 2d. 

Archer Ella, seamstress Iloosier Mnfg Co, bds 45 E 2d. 

Archer Frank, laborer N Y, C & St L Ry, res 158 N Wells. 

Archer John H, trav agent, res 156 Wells. 

Archer Joseph F, laborer, res 138 Wells. 

Archer Miss Mary, dressmaker, bds 176 Hoffman. 

Archer Wm L, teamster P J Bulger, res 71 Wells. 

Archer Wm S, feeder The Gazette, bds 156 Wells. 

Archibald Abraham F, clerk W, St L & P Ry, rooms 15 W 
Jefferson. 

Ard Elnora, waiter Harmon House. 

Ard James, laborer White's Wheel Works, res 260 E Wayne. 

Arens, see also Aurentz. 

Arens Anton, laborer N G Olds & Sons, res 142 Madison. 

Arens Bernhard, clerk, res s e cor E Lewis and McCulloch. 

Arens John, grocer 122 Madison, res same. 

Arens John H, bds 44 Force. 

Arentz Philip, res 58 E Washington. 

Arieon James L, clerk N Y, C & St L Ry, bds 85 E Washing- 
ton. 

Arieon Lewis, mason, res 85 E Washington. 

Armack, Bernard J, mach P, F W & C Ry, bds 92 Montgomery. 



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At 68 CALHODN STREET, 

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U£iU.D6 WALU (S (jO. CorrCalhoiin& Columbia Sts. 

68 K. L. POLK & CO.'S 



Armack Dora (wid Albert), res 92 Montgomery. 

Armack Frederick W, mach F W Iron Works, bds 92 Mont- 
gomery. 

Armbruster Lorenz, helper Bass F & M Works, res 3 Horace. 

Armel Milton, street car driver, res 2(3 Murray. 

Armel Wm, switchman Penn Co, res 302 Hanna. 

Armstrong Charles, laborer Penn Co, res s s Erie 1 w of Wal- 
ton ave. 

Armstrong Charles E, helper Bass F & M Works, res 527 E 
Wayne. 

Armstrong Miss Emma L, teacher Clay School, bds 87 E Jef- 
ferson. 

Armstrong James, picture agent, bds 32 E Wayne. 

Armstrong Moses, laborer, res e s Glasgow ave n of E Wayne. 

Armstrong Wm, brakeman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds Pennsylva- 
nia House. 

Arndt John, laborer, bds 82 W Main. 

Arney Scott, laborer White's Wheel Works, res n s E Wash- 
ington 3 w of Glasgow ave. 

Arnold Amos W, teamster George Esmond, res 22 Miner. 

Arnold Anthony, cabinetmaker, res 13 Butler. 

Arnold Harry, assistant cashier Root & Co, bds 13 Butler. 

Arnold James S, driver C S R R Co, res 26 Murray. 

Arnold John F, res 127 Holman. 

Arnold Mrs Mattie, rooms 102 Calhoun. 

Arny Anna (wid Daniel), res 26 Nirdlinger ave. 

Arvin, see also I^rvin and Irving. 

Arvin John N, blacksmith Penn Co, bds Harmon House. 

Ash Blanche, domestic 168 Griffith. 

*Asll Henry J, Stoves, Tinware, House Furnishing Goods 
and Tinners' Stock 9 E Columbia, res 104 E Main. 

Ashley A Judson, conductor F W, C & L R R, res 85 Baker. 

Ashley Elizabeth, domestic 152 E Berry. 

Ashley Frank S, conductor F W, C & L R R, res 75 Baker. 

Ashley Philo H, lumber, res 160 Washington. 

Asseltine, see Hazeltine. 

Asterlin August, brakeman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds John Bren- 
del. 

Astoll Anthony, carpenter, res 74 Nelson. 

Astry Dell M, machinist Rhinesmith & Siraonson, bds 29 Nird- 
linger ave. 

Astry Jonas, carpenter Rhinesmith & Simonson, res 29 Nird- 
linger ave. 

Astry Miss Sarah, seamstress, rooms 51 Barr. 

Athorne George O, machinist Bass F & M Works, res 390 E 
Wayne. 



D. D. WEISELL 



OFFKBS A BSNTAI. EXPBBI- 
ENCE OF OVER 20 TEARS. 
34 CALHOUN STREET. 



FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 



69 



Fort Wayne Pump Works 



J. SPICE & SON, 



MANUFACTUREKS OP 



PLAIN and PORCELAIN-LINED PDfflPS 



Patent RUBBER BUCKET CHAIN PUMPS, Etc. 



Agents for tlie OROFT IRON WIND-MILL. 

Aqueduct Pipe and Pump Dealers' Supplies 

LIGHTNING KODS PUT UP and REPAIBBD. 

48 "West Main and 1 1 Pearl Streets, one and one-half 
squares "West of Court House. 

JONATHAN LEWIS, 



MANUFACTURER OF 




■I*XZX3 



CHAMPION 
WASHER 

142 West Main Street, 

FORT WAYNE, 

INI>. 

Send for Circular. 



SILVERWARE, 



GOLD PENS, GOLD AND SILVEB HEADED CANES, 
BRONZES, AND FANCY GOODS. H. C GBAFFE, 
COB. CALHOUN AND COLUMBIA STS. 



70 R. L. POLK & CO.'S 



Atwood Almon, laborer, bds George Hartman. 

Aubrey Addie, domestic 126 E Washington. 

Aubrey Alfred J, woodworker Olds' Wagon Works, res n s 
Hayden 5 w of McCulloch. 

Aubrey Frank, machine hand White's Spoke Factory, bds n 8 
Hayden 5 w of McCulloch. 

Aubrey John J, machine hand White's Wheel Works, res 3 
Horace. 

Aubrey Joseph, laborer, res n s canal basin 2 w of Hanover. 

Aubrey Joseph J, machine hand Rhinesmith & Simonson, res 
129 E Lewis. 

Auer Conrad, wiper P, F W & C Ry, res 17 Nirdlinger ave. 

Auer Daniel, watchman F Hake & Co, res 40 N Calhoun. 

Auer Daniel, tailor A Foster, res 37 N Calhoun. 

Auer George, brakeman Penn Co, bds 17 Nirdlinger ave. 

Auer Jacob, roofer, res 39 Buchanan. 

Auer John, laborer, res w s Walton 3 s of Pontiac. 

Auer John N, laborer, res 19 Laselle. 

Auer Loiiis, laborer, bds 19 Laselle. 

Auer Sophia, domestic 120 Harrison. 

Aufrecht Charles F, saloon 36 W Main, res same. 

Aufrecht Mary (wid Jacob), res 36 W Main. 

Auger B LiOuis, Manager City Green House, res 16 E 
Washington. 

Auger Charles, Proprietor City Green House 16 E Wash- 
ington, res 453 E Wayne. {See adv,p 19.) 

Aumann Caroline (wid Frederick), res 112 St Mary's ave. 

Aumann Charles, section man Nickel Plate Ry, res 28 Orchard. 

Aumann Henry F, tinsmith G W Graff & Co, bds 1 1 Gay. 

Aumann Conrad F, laborer Penn Co, res 118 Gay. 

Aumann Jeremiah, car repairer Penn Co, bds St Charles Hotel. 

Aumann Miss Louisa A, bds 118 Gay. 

Aumann Mary, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 118 Gay. 

Aumann Wm, tinsmith G W Graff & Co, bds 118 Gay. 

Aumann Wm, watchman, res 7 N Cass. 

Aurentz, see also Arens. ' 

Aurentz Robert, clerk S A Aurentz, bds 79 W Main. 

Aurentz Simon, carpenter, res w s Clay bet E Wayne and E 
Berry. 

Aurentz Solomon A, grocer 31 W Main, res 79 same. 

Austin Alexander AV, shoemaker 133 Broadway, res same. 

Austin Arouamous B, Proprietor Austin House 3 Rail- 
road. 

Austin Clarence, apprentice Jenney Electric Light Co, bds 
Austin House. 

Austin Elmer, artist, bds 70 Melita. 



Healiliy Hoses anil \ii\m. 



See Wing & Mahurin, Architects, for 
— PLANS and SPECIFICATIONS, — 
27 Oalhouii St., Ft. Wayne, Ind. 



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THE OFFICIAL PAPEE OF CITT AND COUNTY. 

THE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM IN NORTHERN INDIANA 

DAILY, 10 CENTS PER WEEK. 
WEEKLY, $1.50 PER YEAR. 

The DAILY SENTINEL is the only evening newspaper in 
Fort Wayne that gives the 



ISTE^TV^S B'^ T E LEO-PL .^I^H: 



Geo, Db Wi & Co. for yeiir File Dm Ws 



R. L. POLK & CO. S 



Austin House, A B Austin Proprietor, 3 Railroad. 

Austrup. Frederick, car repairer W, St L & P Ry, bds 183 E 
Washington. 

Auth John H, bartender, rooms 94 Calhoun. 

Auth Joseph, apprentice C F Muhler, bds 27 W 4th. 

Auth Peter, teamster, res 2 7 W 4th. 

*Aveline House, Miller & Moritz Proprietors, s e cor Cal- 
houn and E Berry. 

Aveline House Block, s e cor Calhoun and Berry. 

Avers, see Evers. 

Axt August, molder Bass Foundry, bds 129 Francis. 

Axt Charles W, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 129 Francis. 

Axt Henry, laborer Peters B & L Co, res 146 E Lewis. 

Axt Moritz, res 129 Francis. 

Axt Wm, carpenter P, F W & C Ry, res 214 Madison. 

Ayres Albert F (A F & W E Ay res), res 140 Broadway. 

Ayres A F & W E (Albert F and Wm E), carpet renovators 
140 Broadway. 

Ayres Henry P, physician 114 Clinton, res same. 

Ayres Philip G, sawyer, res 98 Union. 

Ayres Wm E (A F & W E Ayres), res 161 Harmer. 



Baade, see also Bade. 

Baade Ernst, carpenter, bds 59 Maumee road, 

Baade Frederick, teamster, bds 263 E Jefferson. 

Baade Henry (Kayser & Baade), bds 131 Broadway. 

Baade Wm, teamster, res 263 E Jefferson, 

Baade Wm C, clerk Wm Moellering & Sons, res 109 Madison. 

Baals August (Baals & Co), res 97 Pearl. 

Baals Gustave, clerk Harmon House. 

Baals John L, laborer Penn Co, res 302 W Jefferson. 

Baals & Co (August Baals), new and second-hand goods and 

storage 59 E Main. 
Baatz Ernest J, laborer, bds 98 Madison. 
Babbit Thomas S (Adams & Steely), res Dayton, O. 
Babcock Miss Ella M, teacher Hoagland School, bds 27 Butler. 
Babcock Mary (wid John), res 27 Butler. 
Bacher Rev Theodore J, pastor Grace Reformed Church, res 

236 W Jefferson, 
Backes John, helper Penn Co, res 30 3d. 
Backes Matthias, boilermaker Penn Co, res 36 Bass. 
Backes Wm, blacksmith, res 129 Wilt. 
Backner Henry J, teacher, res 83 Monroe. 

l/ni/v Pf DfA Sell Majolica Ware and Hand-painted 
IXdag 06 DlUi Plates, at No. 5 East Columbia St. 



FOKT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 73 



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INDIANA STAATS ZEITUNG- CO. 

Cor. Clinton and Columbia Streets, 
FORT WAYNE, - INDIANA. 

Iniriana |tat^0lisr|es ^0t|fnbIatt 

FRANK H. HEITZ, Publisher. 
FRED. C. HEITZ, Editor and Manager. 



The Largest German "Weekly and the Best Advertis- 
ing Medium in Northern Indiana. 



Office, No. 13 East Main Street, 

OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE, 

FORT WAYNE, - INDIANA. 



First National Bank. ° ^ ''"°" '""'"' 



Lem H. Hartman, Cashier. 



74 R. L. POLK & CO.'S 



Backofen Julius, laborer Horton Mnfg Co, res W Main nr 
slaughter house. 

Bade, see also Baade. 

Bade Charles F W, laborer Hoffman Bros, res 13 Barthold. 

Bade Frederick, driver Root & Co, bds 113 High. 

Bade Henry, clerk Root & Co, bds 17 Barthold. 

Bade Wm, laborer, res 13 Barthold. 

Baer, see also Baier and Bair. 

Baer Elizabeth, attendant St. Joseph's Hospital. 

Baer Elizabeth (wid George), res 168 E Jefferson. 

Baer Frances, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 168 E Jeffer- 
son. 

Baer George J, brakeman Penn Co, res 80 W Creighton ave. 

Baer Minnie, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 168 E Jefferson. 

Bagby Albert L, agent, bds 262 Calhoun. 

Bagby Mary M (wid Albert), res 87 Ewing. 

Bahde Frederick, res 99 W Jefferson. 

Bahret Christian, helper Kerr-Murray Mnfg Co, res 15 Stur- 
gis. 

Bahret Jacob F, carpet weaver 235 Lafayette, res same. 

Baier Charles, carpenter, res 11 Wall. 

Baier Christina (wid Valentine), res 10 Barthold. 

Baier John, machine hand Peters B & L Co, bds 10 Barthold. 

Baier Rachel A (wid Wm), res 11 Wall. 

Bail Charles, lab, res 86 Lillie. 

Bail Joseph, cai'penter, res 447 E Wayne. 

Bailey August, machine hand White's Wheel Works, res 61 
Hayden. 

Bailey Miss Daisy, bds 150 Force. 

Bailey George, meat market 67 Wilt, res 60 same. 

Bailey Miss Harriet E, bds 254 W Jefferson. 

Bailey John H, brakeman Penn Co, bds 150 Force. 

Bailey Wm H, engineer Penn Co, res 150 Force. 

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

Baillie John W, apprentice W, St L & P Ry, bds 166 Jackson. 

Baillie Thomas S, blacksmith W, St L & P Ry, bds 166 Jackson. 

Baily Alpheus H, harnessmaker A L Johns & Co, res 51 River- 
side ave. 

Baily Catherine (wid Jacob), bds 494 Planna. 

Baily James A, apprentice The Gazette, bds Alpheus H Baily. 

Bainbridge Daniel W, stoker F W Gas Light Co, res 14 W 
Jefferson. 

Bainbridge Edmond H, molder, bds Wm C Bainbridge. 

Bainbridge Miss Mary, teacher, bds Wm C Bainbridge. 

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

Bair, see also Baer and Baier. 



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FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 



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CUSTEE HOUSE 

16 & 18 WEST MAIN STREET, 

FORT WAYNE, IND. 

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

Post and Telegraph Offices and Court House, and is fitted up 

with every Modern Convenience, including Sample 

Rooms for Commercial Travelers. 

The Bar is always supplied with the Choicest 

Wines, Liquors and Cigars 

RATES, $1.50 and $2.00 PEE DAY, 

According to Location of Rooms. 

BS^ Special Arrangemeiits Ibr Troupes. 
G. SCHERZINGER, Proprietor. 

SHIRTS. 

WHITE, 
COLORED 

AND 




Ni^lit Shirts 

Made to Order. 

C. 1. COfflPABET, 

No. 47 HARMEU STREET, 
near East Wayne, 

Fort Wiiyne, Ind. 



Orders by Mail will receive 
prompt attention. 



Black Silks Cheap 



.A.T 

GEO. De WALD & CO.'S 



R. L. POLK & CO. S 



Bail- Edward M, finisher N G Olds & Sons, res 289 W Jeffer- 
son. 

Bair Frank, painter Wilding & Son, res 191 Calhoun. 

Bair Jonathan, canvasser Singer Mnfg Co, rooms 53 W Lewis. 

Bair Lemuel L, salesman Singer Mnfg Co, rooms 53 W Lewis. 

Baker, see also Becker and Boecker. 

Baker Albert, fireman N Y, C & StL Ry, res 295 W Main. 

Baker Alice, cook 141 W Berry. 

Baker Alexander J,|blacksmith C Ehrmann, bds 193 W Berry. 

Baker Almon, fireman Nickel Plate Ry, res 344 W Main. 

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

Baker Andrew, teamster, res 33 Barr. 

Baker Bernhard H, wagonmaker 16 and 18 Lafayette, bds 139 
Clinton. 

Baker Bridget (wid Conrad), res 193 W Berry. 

Baker Edward J, painter, bds 139 Clinton. 

Baker Miss Ella M, seamstress, bds 142 Holman. 

Baker Frank .J, foreman Kilian Baker, bds 92 E Main. 

Baker Edward J, painter, bds 139 Clinton. 

Baker Henry J, clerk A S .Johns, res f mile n e city limits. 

Baker Isaac W, carpenter Pressler & Wagner, res 31 Duryea. 

Baker John (Welch & Baker), res 18 Laselle. 

Baker John, wagonmaker, res 139 Clinton. 

Baker John A, driver U S Express Co, res 33 Barr. 

Baker John G, foreman, res 347 E Wayne. 

Baker Joseph L, clerk Glutting & Christen, res 10 Erie. 

Baker Joseph J jr, clerk U S Express Co, bds St Joe road \ 
mile n e of city limits. 

Baker Josiah C M, ticket receiver Penn Co, res 49 Douglass 
ave. 

Baker Kilian, Saw Mill cor Superior and Lafayette, res 
92 E Main. 

Baker Lawrence, washer L Brames & Co, bds e s St Joe road. 

Baker Hon Michael L, president Mutual Protection Associa- 
tion, oflice 2 Swinney Block. 

Baker Vincent .J, apprentice Robert Ogden, bds rear 201 W 
Berry. 

Baker Wm, iron worker John Pressler, bds 341 Hanna. 

Baker Wm D, rimmer White's Wheel Works, res 91 E Wash- 
ington. 

Balcorae Sarah (wid Rodney), dressmaker, res 107 Lafayette. 

Baldock Miss Lydia, bds 144 Wallace. 

Baldock Wm R, foreman Ft Wayne Daily News, res 44 
Harmer. 

Baldwin D H & Co, Pianos and Organs 98 Calhoun. 

^ Weisiill's Golfl Fills "" ''^^■'^^^'' "^^ 



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PORT WAYNE DIRECTORY, Y7 

STAR IRON TOWER COMPANY 

MANUFACTURERS OF THE 

O'BEIRNE PATENT 

Towersilasts for Electric LlitiEi 



AND PUBLISHERS OP 



THE AMKICAN EIECTHICAL DIKSCIOH: 

FOET WAYNE, IND. 

Officers.— J. H. Bass, President; H. G. Olds, Vice-President; R. T. McDonald, 
Secretary; P. A. Randall, Treasurer; E. J. O'Beirne, Superintendent. 

Directors.— J. H. Bass, H. G. Olds, O. A. Simons, P. A. Randall, R. T. McDonald, 
W. H. O'Beirne, E. J. O'Beirne. 

HY. KELLER. F. ROTH. 

Fort Wayne Steam Stone Works 

ROTH & KELLER, Prop'rs. 

Contractors and Dealers in 

All Ms ofCIT and SAffEO STONE 

WATERTABLES, SILLS and CAPS 

Of all Kinds always on Hand. 
Contractors for the Postoffice and Court House. 

92 and 94 Pearl Street, - FORT WAYNE, IND. 



Mim, hmiii and Jewelry 



OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. H. C. 
GRAFPE, CORNER CALHOUN AND 
COLUMHIA STREETS. 



78 R. L. POLK & CO.'S 



Baldwin Frances (wid Elbert D), res 280 W Berry. 

Baldwin Merchant H, tel operator G R & I R R, bds 280 W 

Berry. 
Balke Mary, domestic 22 Brackenridge. 
Ball Harry N, painter M L Albrecht, bds 99 W Superior. 
Ball Magdalena (wid Rudolph), grocer 172 Main, res same. 
Ball Victor, tuner D H Baldwin & Co, res 99 W Superior. 
Ballmann Carrie, ironer Troy Steam Laundry, bds 30 Nird- 

linger ave. 
Ballmann Rosa, finisher Troy Steam Laundry, bds 30 Nird- 

linger ave. 
Balsley James P, barber Henry Guenther, bds 264 E Washing- 
ton. 
Baltes Jacob, Contractor n w cor Harrison and Superior, 

res 34 W Main. 
Baltes Mrs Jacob, millinery 30 W Main, res same. 
*Baltes Michael, Manufacturer of White Lime and Dealer 

in Stone, Cement, Sewer Pipe, etc 3 N Harrison, res 63 same. 
Baltes Peter, laborer Jacob Baltes, bds 25 W Washington. 
Balzer Volenden, res 205 Gay. 
Balzer Volenden jr, laborer, res 33 Buchanan. 
Band Saw Mills, J R Hoffman & Co Proprietors, 200 W 

Main. {See adv.) 
Bandau Frederick, watchman Penn Co depot, res 27 Pritch- 

ard. 
Bandelier Ausxust, laborer, res 15 Smith. 
Banet Lnuis, saloon 72 E C'olumbia, res same. 
Bangert Bonifacius, grocer 167 Broadway, res same'. 
Bankert Paul, butcher, res n e cor E Wayne and Walton ave. 
Bannister Albert, clerk Penn Co Freight Depot, bds Catherine 

Bannister. 
Bannister Miss Anna, dressmaker, bds n s St Martin's 1 e of 

Warsaw. 
Bannister Catherine (wid George W), res n s St Martin's 1 e 

of Warsaw. 
Banta Herman F, foreman painter W, St L & P Ry, res 155 

Griffith. 
Barber Edward, tinsmith C A Scharf, bds 294 Hanna. 
Barber Lucien B, finisher J M Miller, res 50 E Creighton ave. 
Barbier Leon, laborer E J Markey, bds 294 Hanna. 
Barbour Myron F, real estate, res 90 E Berry. 
Barcus Anzella (wid Isaac), notions n w cor W Washington 

and Griffith, res same. 
Barcus Henry H, confectioner 116 Calhoun, res 332 E Wayne. 
Barden Wra IST, engineer Penn Co, res 75 Dawson. 
Bargus Martin, carpenter, res 156 E Jefferson. 

Miteets/^i^lWi»2 Si Makia, ll^^Sl' 



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79 



CITY aEEEl^HOXJSE 

CHAS. AUGER, Proprietor, 

FORT WAYNE, IND. 

Cut Flowers and Floral Decorations 
a specialty. 

Fine Bedding Plants of all Descriptions 

IX THEIR SKASON. 
HANGING BASKETS OF GOLD FISH, 

TERRA COTTA WARE, ETC. 

B. L. AUGER, MANAGER. 




E. J. MARKEY, 

CUT FLOWEKS, BOUQUETS AND 
FLORAL DESIGNS TO ORDER. 

FINE 

Ereenhouse and Bedding Flanls 

A SPECIALTY. 

Fifteen Ever-Blooming ROSES 
for $1.00. 

Cor. Jefferson c#E wing Sts. 

FORT WAYNE, - IND. 




JOHN SEATON, OCULIST AND AURIST 



Special Attention given to Diseases 
of the 




EYE 



EAR 



FORT WAYNE, 



Northwest cor, Calhoun and Columbia Sts. 
INDIANA. 



For Kid Gloves — ^° "° 



GEO. De^^ALD & GO/s 



80 R. L. POLK & CO. S 



Bargus Matilda (wid Henry), res 31 Barr, 

Barkenstine Benjamin, carpenter Cochrane & Humphrey, bds 
Ervin House. 

Barker Sumner P, tel operator L S & M S Ry, res 6 N Cass. 

Barlow Frank, trav agent, bds 39 W Washington. 

Barlow John R, fireman N Y, C & St L Ry, res 109 Mechanics. 

Barlow Joseph, engineer N Y, C & St L Ry, res 361 W 
Main. 

Barlow Wm, bds 69 W Berry. 

Barmann Frederick, laborer, res s s Boone 3 w of Centre. 

Barnard, see also Bernard. 

Bernard Wm M, trav agent Singer Mnfg Co, res s w cor Leith 
and S Calhoun. 

Barner Ada, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 155 Mont- 
gomery. 

Barner Charles F, foreman Kerr-Murray Mnfg Co, res 155 
Montgomery. 

Barner Henry W, tinner, bds 155 Montgomery. 

Barnes James W, clerk P Morganthaler, res 158 Madison. 

Barnes Joshua B, machinist, res 174 W DeWald. 

Barnes Mary A (wid Peter), res 150 Holman. 

Barnett Abraham G (Powers & Barnett), res 18 E Wayne. 

Barnett Byron H, bookkeeper Powers & Barnett, bds 18 E 
Wayne. 

Barney Frank M, conductor F W, C & L R R, res 8 N Cass. 

Barney Harvey L, photographer, bds n s Wayne Trace 1 e of 
New Haven road. 

Barnhard Newman, clerk S Chaska, bds 97 W Wayne. 

*Bai"num Dr George P, veterinary surgeon 91 E Columbia, res 
same, 

Barr James, laborer G E Bursley, bds e s Faii-field 1 n of Pon- 
tiac. 

Barr Mary A (wid Thomas), res 332 W Jefferson. 

Barr Street Market House, s e cor Barr and Berry. 

Barr Wm J, clerk F K Safford & Co, res 63 DeWald. 

Barrand John B, carpenter, res 30 Oak. 

Barrand Joseph, lather, res 165 E Lewis. 

Barrand Joseph jr, lather, bds 165 E Lewis. 

Barrett Albert S, clerk H & J Redlich, bds 135 Wells. 

Barrett Frederick C, sand dealer, res 135 Wells. 

Barrett Hattie (wid James), laundry 66 Murray, I'es same. 

Barrett James M (Morris, Aldrich & Barrett), sec Citizens' 
Street R R Co, res e s Fairfield ''ave 1 s of Creighton ave. 

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

Barrett Thomas R, boilermaker W, St L & P Ry, res 105 Wil- 
liams. 



K33g & BrOi sItS at No. 



Sell FINE CHINA TEA and DINNEE 
5 East Columbia Street. 



FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 81 

New Building. $2.00 per Day. New Furniture. 



WINDSOR HOTEL, 

H. B. SAYNOR, Prop'r. 

Near P., Ft. W. & C, G. R. & I. and W., St. L. & P. Depots, 

FORT V/AYNE, IND. 

Late of Twin City Hotel, Peru, Illinois, and luternational Hotel, St. Paul, Minn. 

LIVERY, SALE i BOARDING STABLE 



Commercial Men Furnished with First-class Rigs, 
at Reasonable Rates. 

53 EAST MAIN STREET, 

M. GLYNN, Proprietor. FORT WAYNE, IND. 

Henry Winkelmeyer & Co. 

PROPRIETORS OF 

LIVERY I BOARDING STABLES 

Cor. Clinton St. and Nickel Plate E.R. 



FORT W^AYNE, - INDIANA, 

17 



First National Bank. 5^^-^-* -. m? 



Reorg'anized 18S2 



R. L. POLK & CO.'S 



Barrows Frank R, photographer IS W Berry, res 46 Brackpn- 

ridge. 
Barry, see also Berry. 

Barry Eugene, helper P, F W & C Ry, res 154 Holman. 
Barry John, Avatchman W, St L & P Ry, bds 50 Melita. 
Barry Owen, helper Penn Co, res 154 Holman. 
Barry \Vm, conductor G R & I R R, bds 6 Kansas. 
Bartels, see also Bertels. 
Bartels Annie, domestic 49 E Lewis. 
Bartels Frederick, Grocery and Saloon 201 Lafayette, res 

5 McClellan. 
Bartels Henry, laborer N G Olds & Son, bds 263 Hanna. 
Bartels Wm, shoemaker, res 26-'3 Hanna. 
Bartels Wra jr, teamster D Tagtmeyer, bds 263 Hanna. 
Bartely Michael, physician 167 Harmer. 

Barter Franl^, well sinker, res e s St Mary's ave 1 n of Hoifman. 
Barter George W, helper W, St L & P Ry, res 40 Bass. 
Barth Cyrenus, coachman 130 W Main. 
Bartholomew Hiram B, brakeraan Penn Co, bds 150 Force. 
Bartlett Charles C, switchman Penn Co, bds 37 Smith. 
Bartlett Miss Laura, seamstress, bds w s Harmer 1 s of Hugh. 
Basch George, cigars and tobacco 1544^ Calhoun, res 89 W 

DeWald. 
Basch George J, carpenter, bds 89 W DeWald. 
Base Cristina (wid Ament), res 146 E Jefferson. 
Base John, helper Bass F & M Works, bds 146 E .Jefferson. 
Base Louis, molder Bass F & M Works, res 204 Madison. 
Base Matilda, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 146 E Jefferson. 
Base Peter, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 146 E Jefferson, 
Basell Rose (wid Louis), res 65 E Main. 
Bash Charles S (S Bash & Co), res 280 W Wayne. 
*Bash Solomon (S Bash & Co), res 240 W Berry. 
*Basli S & Co (Solomon, Charles S and Winfield S Bash, 

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 40 Madison. 
Bashelier Philip, painter, res 40 Madison. 
Bashor Wm, teamster J M Moderwell, res 13 High. 
Bass Alfred (col'd), barber 48 E Columbia, res same. 
*Bass Foundry & Machine Works (Capital $500,000), 
John H Bass Pres, .T I White Sec, R J Fisher Treas, Hanna 
s of railroad crossing. 
*Bass John H, pres Bass Foundry & Machine Works, Brook- 
side Farm Co and Citizens' Street R R Co, res 113 W Berry. 

50 PEARL STBEET. AGENTS 

■WANTED in all SUBROUND- 

NG TOWNS. Telephone 160. 



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PORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 83 



HORSTMANN & ROLAPE, 



MANUFACTURERS OP 



Buggy Tops and Cushions 

No. 9 SUPERIOR STREET, 

Repairing done at short notice. FORT WAYNE, IND. 

LOUIS RASTETTER, 



MANUFACTURER OF 



Buggy Bows, Carriage Bows 

AND 

EXPRESS and GROCERY BOWS. 

OFFICE and FACTORY, 

Southwest Cor. Broadway and P., F. W. & C. Ry. 
FORT WAYNE, IND. 



AUGUST A. HEY, 



k 




And Wholesale and Retail 
Dealer in 



Finlaf s Sijerior Laier Beer 

232 WEST MAIN STREET, 
FORT \VAYNE, - INDIANA. 



Domestic Goods 



AT LOWEST PRICES AT 
G£0. De WALD & CO/S 



84 R. L. POLK & CO.'S 



Bass Sion, laborer, bds w s Calhoun cor Piqua ave. 

Bassett John M, res 9 Sturgis. 

Bassett John M, foreman Hoffman Bros, res 87 Wilt. 

Bastian Jacob (Bastian & Co), res 205 Madison. 

Bastian & Co (Jacob Bastian, Louis P Scherer), bakers 88 

Barr. 
Bastues John M, molder, bds 228 Hugh. 
Bastues Michael, watchman, res 228 Hugh. 
Batchelder Jesse S (Batchelder & Medsker), res 200 Fairfield 

ave. 
Batchelder Robert, driver Batchelder & Medsker, bds 200 

Fairfield ave. 
*Batchelder & Medsker (Jesse S Batchelder, John H Medsker), 

confectioners 252 Calhoun. 
Bates John, carpenter, res 67 Hayden. 

Bates Lycurgus, laborer P, F W & C Ry, res 160 W DeWald. 
Bates Theodore, teamster, bds Wm F Bates. 
Bates Wm F, farmer, res Spy run ave opp Thomas J Hunt's. 
Battenberg Jacob, tailor 98 Harrison, res same. 
Battershall Miss Jennie, clerk Stewart & Hahn, bds 17 W 

Lewis. 
Battle Mary A (wid Amos P), bds 22 Butler. 
Baty Wm E, sawyer Horton Mnfg Co, res w s St Mary ave 2 s 

of Putnam. 
Batz Ernst, laborer, res 104 Hanna. 
Baubet Victor, laborer Academy of Our Lady of the Sacred 

Heart. 
Bauch Edward C, fireman Penn Co, res 203 Taylor. 
Baucha Frank, laborer, res e s Ohio 1 s of Maumee road. 
Bauer, see also Soitgher. 

Bauer Albertina (wid Henry), 1 ds s w cor Edgerton and Winter. 
Bauer Harry, brakeman Penn Co, bds 219 Lafayette. 
Bauer Henry, shoemaker 321 Lafayette, res same. 
Bauer Jacob, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 107 Gay. 
Bauer John J, molder Bass F & M Works, res l07 Gay. 
Bauer Kajetan J (Glutting, Bauer & Michael), res 218 Broad- 
way. 
Baughman, see also Bovmian. 

Baughman Fred M, tel operator Penn Co, bds Harmon House. 
Baughman Jeremiah, carpenter, res 63 W 4th. 
Baugliman John, porter 103 W Berry, 
Baughman Newton J, engineer N Y, C & St L Ry, res 334 W 

Jefferson. 
Baumann John, shoemaker 374 S Calhoun, res same. 
Baumann Joseph, flagman P, F W & C Ry Broadway crossing, 

res 30 Nirdlinger ave. 

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85 




k 

Slate Roofers. 

All kinds of ROOFINa SLATE 
230 Calhoun St., 

FORT WAYNE, IND. 



All work guaranteed waterproof. 




COCHRANE & HUMPHREY, 

Contractors and Builders 

Manufacturers of 
SASH, DOORS, BLINDS, ETC., 

And Dealers in all kinds of 
Zia'U.xia.loox* &>-xi.c3L Si]3.±23.Bl6<S- 

OFFICE AND FACTORY, 

100 PEAEL ST., FT, WAYNE, IND, 

CHARLES A. SCHARF, 

Dealer in and Manufacturer of 

Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Ware 

PROMPT ATTENTION PAID TO JOB WORK. 
ROOFING, GUTTERING AND SPOUTING 

195 LAFAYETTE ST., - FORT WAYNE, IND. 

FRED. BECKER & B 

HORSESHOERS 



13 E. Washington St., 

FORT WAYNE, INDIANA. 



All our work is FIRST-CLASS, and 
Warranted. 




Marlile Mi, Opera Classes anil Speelacles 



Of every deseription of 
—my own iiuportatiou. — 
H. C. GRAFFE, corner 
Calhoun & Columbia Sts. 



86 R. L. POLK & CO.'S 



Bauniann Paul, Dyer 68 E Main, res 97 Pearl. {See adv 

OPP') 

Baumer Anna, domestic 199 W Wayne. 

Baunigartner Ctiarles, driver C S R R Co, bds 262 Calhoun. 

Baumgratz Charles, laborer Wm Moellering, bds Charles Moel- 
lering. 

Bauntraeyer Charles, brass finisher A Hattersley & Sons, bds 
168 Ewing. 

Baur Joseph, shoemaker 265 Hanna, res same. 

Baur Maggie, domestic 106 E Washington. 

Baus Adam, laborer, res w s Hensch 1 s of Putnam. 

Baus Earnest G, waiter Globe Chop House, rms 34 Clinton. 

Baus Frederick, chair repairer, res 236 Lafayette. 

Sails John, Cook Globe Chop House, bds 236 Lafayette. 

Bausley, ^ee JBalsley. 

Baxter Jennie (wid Orlando), res 20 Fairfield ave. 

Baxter Phcebe (wid Joseph), res 9 Emily. 

Baxter Thomas, fireman Water Works, res 95 Wilt. 

Bayer Frederick, porter Aveline House, bds Michael Bayer. 

Bayer John, collarmaker Aime Racine, res nr canal feeder. 

Bayer John M, weaver, res n w cor Sherman and Aboit. 

Bayless Absalom, teamster Bass F & M Works, res 88 Force. 

Bayless Gustavus E, clerk HGerding, res 171 Van Buren. 

Bayless Gustavus S (Fink & Bayless), res 102 Franklin 
ave. 

Baysman Frederick, cigarmaker A N Ehle, bds 76 W Washing- 
ton. 

Beaber, see also Bieher. 

Beaber Abraham G, carpenter, res 150 Broadway. 

Beaber De Lafayette, carpenter Joseph Beaber, res St Joseph 
township. 

Beaber Jacob, carpenter 342 Broadway, res same. 

Beaber Miss Lillie B, teacher Training School, bds 342 Broad- 
way. 

Beach Fi-ederick (Morgan & Beach), res 133 E Berry. 

Beach Frederick E, laborer L S & M S Ry, res s s W 5th 3 w 
of Wells. 

Beach Frederick J, Furniture (New and Second-Hand) 
137 to 141 Calhoun, res same. 

Beach Henry, hostler C S R R barn, rms same. 

Beach John, teamster City Mills, bds 61 E Main. 

Beach Miss Mary O, student Westminster Seminary, bds 251 
W Main. 

Beach Wm, cabinetmaker Bickford Furniture Co, bds 444 S 
Broadway. 

Beacon Henry, clerk, bds 92 W Jefferson. 



li MMIl ^^ilS^- '- — — 



All classes of BUILDING 

and SANITARY WORK. 

I 27 CALHOUN ST., FORT "WAYNE, IND. 




FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 87 

MAX G. LADE, 58 E. Main St., Ft. Wayne, Ind., 

WHOLESALE and KETAIL 

Guns, Ammunition 

FISHING TACKLE, 
Base Balls, Fireworks, 

BOXING GLOVES, Etc. 

Repairing Outside and in the Shop 
promptly attended to. 

l. jaxtheimer, 
Merchant Tailor 

No. 8 West Wayne Street, 
FORT WAYNE, - - INDIANA. 

Merchant Tailor 

18 West Berry Street, 
FORT WAYNE, - - INDIANA. 

FT. WAYNE FANCY STEAM DYE WORKS. 



:e»r-a.otic-a.il. 

DYER AND CLEANER 

No. 68 East Main Street, 
FORT WAYNE, - - INDIANA. 



Geo. De Wald & Co. ^i^^^^^^st ana cheapest 



Dry G-oods House in the City. 



88 E. L. POLK & CO.'S 



Beals Mel via M, confectioner 316 Lafayette, res same. 

Beals Thomas C, machinist P, F W & C Ry, res 31 Lavina. 

Beamer, see also JBiemer. 

Beamer Wm B, master of transportation F W, C & L R R, 
bds Aveline House. 

Beam.er Adam, janitor Bloomin^dale School, res 8 Marion. 

Beard Alfred, machinist Ft W Electric Light Co, res w s Indiana 
ave s of limits. 

Beard James, machinist F W Jenney Electric Light Co, res 46 
Hoagland ave. 

Beaston Harry S, clerk Markey & Mungovan, res 247 E Lewis. 

Beaubien Cleophas F, engineer Penn Co, res 197 E Lewis, 

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

Beaver Charles B, Agent U S and Pacific Express Co's, 
res 176 Ewing. 

Beaver Edwin L, clerk L B Johns, res 116 Jackson. 

Beaver, Miller & Co (Augustus C Beaver, John M Miller, 
John B Krudop, Julius Knothe, Henry M Williams), Lum- 
ber n e cor Francis and Hayden. 

Beberstine George W, carpenter, res s s Rudisill's ave 3 w of 
Piqua ave. 

Bechman, see also Beckman. 

Bechman Frank, millwright, res 359 E Lewis. 

Bechner Casper, watchman H C Taylor & Co, res 170 E Wash- 
ington. 

Bechner Conrad, carpenter, res n s Cochrane 2 w of Coombs. 

Bechtol John G, engineer Penn Co, res 354 W Washington. 

Bechtold Henry, laborer White's Wheel Works, bds 104 Mau- 
mee road. 

Bechtold Louis, grocer 150 Maumee road, res same. 

Beck Ab^-aham R, conductor, bds 187 W Wayne. 

Beck Charles, laborer Street Commissioner, res 206 Broadway. 

Beck Elizabeth, domestic 166 W Wayne. 

Beck Emma, starcher Troy Steam Laundry, bds 206 Broadway. 

Beck Henry, laborer Penn Co, res 13 West. 

Beck Leopold, carpet weaver 136 Barr, res same. 

Beck Mary, domestic 121 E Main. 

Beck Robert L, printer newspaper Union, bds 106 Barr. 

Beck Mrs Susannah C, res 187 W Wayne. 

Beck Wm, engineer Penn Co, res 13 West. 

Beck Wm M, bookkeeper Geo DeWald & Co, bds 39 Lavina. 

Becker, see also Baker Und Boecker. 

Becker August E C, saloon 158 and 160 Fairfield ave, res same. 

Becker A Z, fireman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds Tremont House. 

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



Kaag 



&Bro. 



Sell Chamber and Toilet Sets at low 
prices, at No. 5 East Columbia St. 



FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 



89 



TREMONT HOUSE 



M. A. DIDION, Proprietor. 



First-Class. Low Rates. Special Rates 
by the Week. 



15 and 17 W. ColumMa St., FORT WAYNE, IND. 



ED. C. BURNS. 



CHAS, A. GREEN. 



ENGLISH KITCHEN 

Open Say d Higlit 

Regular Dinner, 25 Cts. 




No. 16 W. MAIN ST. 

FT. WAYNE, IND. 



LIVERY, SALE 



Boarding Stable 

32 BARR ST., 

Fort Wayne, Ind. 

A ffreat varietj'- of 

Turnouts always ready. 





FINK & BAYLBSS, 

m Funsral Mim ^ 




rs 




Cloth and Wooden Caskets 
and Burial Cases. 

Residence, No. 55 W. Main Street. 

OFFICE, 

S. E, cor. Mam St. & Maiden Lane, 

FT. WAYNE, Ind. 

Hearse and Cariiage.s furnished ou short 
notice at reasonable rates. 



First National Banl(. ^-""-^-^^ «^-pi"«- 



$375,000. 



90 R. L. POLK & CO.'S 



Becker Charles, bds 220 W Berry. 

Becker Charles, wiper Penn Co, res 170 W Washington. 

Becker Conrad, butcher F Eckart, res 80 Buchanan. 

Becker Miss Emma L, clerk M Frank & Co, bds 220 W Berry. 

Becker Frederick (Fred Becker & Bro), assistant chief fire 

department, res 11 E Washington. 
Becker Fred & Bro (Frederick and Charles), Blacksmiths 

13 E Washington. {/See adv, p 85.) 
Becker Harry V. clerk Meyer Bros & Co. rooms 2 Keystone 

Block. ' ' , 

Becker Henry, carpenter F H Boester, i-es 69 Wall. 
Becker Henry W (Griebel, Wyckoff & Becker), res 13 E 

Washington. 
Becker Jacob, civil engineer, bds 372 E Washington. 
Becker John J, machinist, res 372 E Washington. 
Becker Julia (Scherer & Becker), bds 220 W Berry. 
Becker Leon V, cashier L Wolf & Co, bds 181 W Wayne. 
Becker Leopold, traveling agent, res 181 W Wayne. 
Becker Lorenz, stonemason, res 326 Hanna. 
Becker Louis, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 249 Gay. 
Becker Margaret (wid Frederick), res 11 E Washington. 
Becker Minnie (wid Christian), res 220 W Berry. 
Becker Theresa, domestic s s Walnut 6 w of Oakley. 
Beckes Jacob, saloon 221 Lafayette, res same. 
Beckes John, laborer L Bond, res w s Fairfield ave 1 s of 

Creighton ave. 
Beckett Wm M, hostler, bds 55 E Wayne. 
Beckman, see also Bechmau. 

Beckraau Frank, well digger, res 92 Montgomery. 
Beckmann George, clerk P Graflf, bds 337 Lafayette. 
Beckstein Louis, machinist Penn Co, bds 262 E Jefferson. 
Becquette Frank, bartender J G Bothner, rooms 276 E Jeffer- 
son. 
Becquette Jacob, sawyer, bds John B Becquette. 
Becquette John A, teamster Falk & Lamley, bds J B Becquette. 
Becquette John B, bricklayer, res n s W Main 3 n of Run- 

nion ave. 
Bedecker Richard, carpenter, bds 81 Wall. 
Bedsfort George, cigarmaker, bds Hedekin House. 
Bed wards, see also Edwards. 
Bedwards Wm, brass finisher A Hattersley & Sons, res 1 

Division. 
Beebe Charles H (Boltz & Beebe), res 51 Douglas ave. 
Beecher Benjamin, driver W H Brown, bds same. 
Beegan Eliza (wid Michael), boarding house 6 Kansas. 
Beegan Joseph, lawyer, bds 6 Kansas. 



Troy Steam Laundry, 



50 PEARL ST., is constantly 
—putting in New Machinery.— 



FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 



91 



J. S. ZEKIND. 



W. M. ROSS. 



W. C. McCONNELL. 



J. S. ZEKIND & CO. 

Fine Book and Job Printers 



Cards, Letter, Note and Bill Heads, Dodgers, Cir- 
culars, Etc. Visiting Cards a Specialty. 

Job Rooms, 5 and 5, over 18 W. Columbia St. 

Price Lists furnished on application. 

FLORIST, 

Fine BEDDING PLANTS A SPECIALTY 




Bouquets, Cut Flowers and Floral Decorations on Short Notice. 

Greenhouse, eor. Erie and Harmer Streets, 

FORT WAYNE, IND. 

&E0. W. DOSWELL, 

FLORIST 

FINE BEDDING PLANTS 
A SPECIALTY. 

Boupets, Cnt Flowers and Floral Decorations. 

G-REENHOUSES, 

W. Main St., near Lindenwood Cemetery. 

Address all Orders to P. 0. Box 222, 

FT. WAYNE, Ind. 

HURONIA BEACH. 

The Pleasantest and Most Economical Family Summer Resort 

in the Northern States. Safe Bathing, Boating and 

Pishing. "A Paradise for Children." 

Cottages and apartments to rent to parties of known respectability. Applica- 
tion must be made in advance of arrival. The sale of intoxicating: liquors is not per- 
mitted. Excursion parties are not allowed on the premises. There are no sideshows. 
Employes of the Beach are not permitted to accept money or presents. These rules 
will be strictly enforced. , ., ^^ • T^ -i 

Board, Cottage Rent and Laundry cover the expense while at Huronia. Dry soil, 
invigorating air, and the purest water in the world. For further particulars, address 

MAKOUS YOUNG, PORT HURON, MICH. 




Colofiil Sills at Low hm, at h li Mi i k'l 

92 R. 1,, POLK & CO.'S 

Beelow Frederick, laborer Bass F & M Works, res nr cor Smith 

and Pontiac. 
Beemer, see Sierner. 
Beerman Henry W, clerk Globe Chop House, res 267 W 

Wayne. 
Beirau August F, machine hand White's Wheel Works, bds 83 

John. 
Begley Hugh, shoemaker 58 Wells, res same, 
teegue Mary (wid John), res 347 E Wayne. 
Behrens Henry, laborer, res n s Wayne Trace bet New Haven 

road and railroad track. 
Beil Jacob, farmer, res s s New Haven road 1 w of tollgate. 
Beirlein John, finisher, res 107 N Cass. 

Belchner Frederick, laborer John Orff, bds Washington House. 
Belchner Mary, domestic Washington House. 
Belger Paul, blacksmith, res 533 E Wayne. 
Belknap Catherine (wid James), res 50 W Superior. 
Bell Charles O, fireman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds 240 W Main. 
Bell George A, bookkeeper J W Bell, bds 87 W Wayne. 
Bell Hulda (wid Wm H), res 52 Chicago. 
Bell Joseph W, saddlery hardware 31 E Columbia, res 287 W 

Wayne. 
Bell Lindley, clerk J T Kelsey, bds 20 Harrison. 
Bell Rebecca (wid James S), res 233 Lafayette. 
*Bell Robert C (Coombs, Bell & Morris), res 40 Douglas ave. 
Bellamy Miss Ada A, clerk Root & Co, bds 135 N Cass. 
Bellamy Albert F, painter, res 135 N Cass. 
Bellamy Frank A. clerk W H Fleming, bds 135 N" Cass. 
Belling Henry, laborer, bds 320 Calhoun. 
Belling Nicholas, cutter Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 320 Calhoun. 
Below, see Beelovi. 

Bemiss Robert R, traveling agent, bds Windsor Hotel. 
Benard Simon, sawyer Hoffman Bros, res s e cor Clinton and 

Water. 
Bence, see also JBunce. 
Bence Wm C, carpenter n s Pennsylvania ave 1 n of Wayne 

Trace, res same. 
Bender, se also Binder. 
Bender Christopher P, wagonmaker L C Zollinger, res n e cor 

Lilly and Creighton ave. 
Bender Dennis, cooper, res w s Francis 1 s of E Wayne. 
Bender Emma, bds 290 Harrison. 
Bender Miss Frances, bds 332 S Calhoun. 
Bender George W, fireman Penn Co, res 35 Hcod. 
Bender Jacob, servant 99 E Jefferson. 
Bender J George, laborer Olds & Co, res 206 Francis. 

34 CALHOUN STREET, 
WAYNE, IND.- 



W eiSeil, DENTIST, -FORT 



T. r. Weitzmann, 



The MERCHANT TAILOR, keeps a 
large stock of the LATEST STYLES 
of Goods, at - 162 Calhoun Street. 



FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 



93 



Bender Levi, cigarmaker G Reiter, bds 290 Harrison, 
Bender LiOuis, Cigar Manufacturer 16(3 E Washington, res 

168 same. 
Bender Mrs Marcelina, res s w cor Francis and Wayne. 
Bender Margaret (wid Henry), res 8 Lavina. 



ORGANIZED 1863. 



RE-ORGANIZED 1883. 



CAPITAL and SURPLUS, $375,000. 



First National Bank 

OF" FORT lATA-YUffE. 



O. A. SIMONS, President. 
J. H. BASS, Vice-President. 



LEM. R. HARTMAN, Cashier. 
W. L. PETTIT, Ass't Cashier. 



Directors.— O. A. Simons, J. H. Ba.ss, Wm. Fleming, John M. Miller, W. H. 
HofiEman, Charles S. Bash, Lem. R. Hartnian. 

W. S. HACKETT, 

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FORT WAYNE, IND. 



Tlin DUTMUPAin DUUD is the Palest and Finest 
IIIB rVlllrlliuULU DriDil Lager Brewed. America 



H. C. GRAFFE, 



Cor. Calhoun and Columbia Streets. Sole Agent for 
the Celebrated Ilockford Watches, also a full line 
of all the different American and Swiss Watches. 



94 R. L. POLK & CO.'S 



Bender Reuben, cigariuaker Boltz & Oppenhamer, res 290 
Harrison. 

Bender Ursula (wid Adam), res 20 Poplar. 

Bender Win, painter L C Zollinger, res 55 Madison, 

Bendt Frederick, carpenter 8Y W DeWald, res same. 

Benech Frank, laborer F Koehler, bds Paul Koehler, 

Benedict Mrs Charlotte L, res 69 Smith. 

Benedict Edward A, brakemann Penn Co, res 69 Smith. 

Benedict Fred C, brakeman Penn Co, res 69 Smith. 

Benedict Wm L, brakeman Penn Co, bds 69 Smith. 

Beneke H F Wm, clerk Meyer Bros & Co, bds 225 W Creigh- 
ton ave. 

Bengs Henry, stone cutter Wm Moellering, res s w cor Smith 
and Pontiac. 

Beninghoff Daniel R (Beninghoff & Munich), res 200 Francis. 

Beninghoff & Munich (Daniel R Beninghoff, John Munich), 
barbers rear Harmon House. 

Benjamin Henry, machinist, res 75 Lafayette. 

Benjamin Mrs Sarah, dressmaker 75 Lafayette, res same. 

Benker Frederick, bar tender Julius Kegelmann, bds same. 

Benner Benjamin B, harnessmaker, res 106 Wells. 

Benner Conrad, painter, res 94 Montgomery. 

Benner Mary, domestic 103 W Superior. 

Bennett Emma (wid Henry), i-es n w cor Thomas and Pontiac. 

Bennett Isaac, peddler, res w s Van Buren 2 n of W Superior. 

Bennett Joseph T, second-hand goods 43 E Columbia, res 500 
Hanna. 

Bennett Lavina (wid Charles), res 164 George. 

Bennett Mary E (wid Adam J), res 29 Oliver. 

Bennett Winton, res 125 W DeWald. 

Bennigin Henry E, machinist, res 92 Force. 

Bennigin Hugh, molder Bass F & M Works, res 96 Baker. 

Bennigin Hugh J, res 207 E Lewis. 

Bennigin Joseph, finisher, bds 207 E Lewis. 

Bennigin Miss Lena, clerk S M Foster, bds 207 E Lewis. 

Benog Charles W, machinist Bass F & M Works, res 87 Force. 

Bensman Elizabeth (wid Rudolph), res 74 Madison. 

Bensman Henry, res 74 Madison. 

Bensman Rudolph, boilerraaker W, St L & P Ry, res 92 Mad- 
ison. 

Bensman Wm, clerk Fruit House, bds 92 Madison. 

Bensman Wm J, boilermaker W, St L & P Ry, res 76 Madison. 

Benson George L, printer The Journal, res 55 W Wayne. 

Bente Charles W, painter, res 249 W Washington. 

Bente Frank, helper W, St L & P Ry, bds 155 Grifiith. 

Bente George F, apprentice L B Johns, bds 155 Griffith. 



For PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS ADDRESS 
I WINS & MAHURIMi street, Fort Wayne,I*nd. 



The Penn Mutual 



TTPPTATQ nr\ of Philadelphia. Incorpor- 
ijir Xj iiMOi UUi ated 18i7. The luterest- 

Keceipts of the Cdnipany, since organization, exceed 
the total aiimunt paid for Death Losses. It Leads in 
Dividen ds. I ts Polioies are Incont e stable. CLAIIK FAIKIJANK^ Geu'l Agt., Fort Wayne, Ind. 

FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 95 

Bente Herman F, foreman painter W, St L & P Ry, res 155 
Griffith. 

Benton George T, farmer, res 243 W Washington, 

Benton Harriet (wid Alphonso), lids 26 E Wayne. 

Bentz Henry, clerk, bds 25 W Washington. 

Benz Caroline (wid Philip), res 2V6 E Washington. 

Benz Charles F, cigarmaker J C Eckert, res 57 Maumee road. 

Benz Otto M, machine hand W^hite's Wheel W^orks, bds 276 
E Washington. 

Berch Albert W, laborer Olds' Wagon Works, bds 313 Cal- 
houn. 

Bercot Ella, starcher Troy Steam Laundry, bds e s Spy Run 
ave. 

Bergel Melinda (wid Valentine), res 31 Boone. 

Berdelmann Ernest H, ear repairer Nickel Plate Ry, res 66 
Barthold. 

Berger, see also Boerger and Bxtrger. 

Berger Emil, baker C C Gumpper, bds same. 

Berger Ernest, laborer Hoffman Bros, res 71 Webster. 

Berger Fannie, cook St Charles Hotel. 

Berger Frederick, molder, bds 71 Webster. 

Berger Frederick, res 343 W Jefferson. 

Berger Paul, blacksmith White's Wheel Works, res 335 E 
Wayne. 

*Berglloflf Bros (Herman J Berghoff), Proprs East End 
Brewery and Bottling Works, s e cor Washington and 
Wabash ave. 

Berghoff Gustave, clerk A C Trentman, bds E Main cor La- 
fayette. 

*BerghofF Henry C, City Treasurer City Hall, res 107 
E Main. 

Berghoff Herman J (Berghoff Bros), r.es s e cor Washington 
and Wabash ave. 

IJerghoff Hubert, bookkeeper A C Trentman, res 51 E Jeffer- 
son. 

Berghorn Frederick, boilermaker Penn Co, res 290 E Washing- 
ton. 

Berghorn Frederick, carpenter Penn Co, res 67 Maumee 
road. 

Berghorn Henry, carpenter W, St L & P Ry, res 56 Maumee 
road. 

Berghorn Louis, tailor John Wasserbach, bds 290 E Washing- 
ton. 

Bergman Henry, laborer Wra Moellering, res Piqua ave cor 
Lafayette. 

Beriet Jennie, seamstress Fleming House. 



Oliver Chilled Plows J '^°^™^ ^ "° 



KEYSTONE BLOCK. 



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GEO. De WALD & CO.'S 



96 R. L. POLK & CO.'s 



Berkheimer Robert, cigai-maker F J Gruber, bds Hedekin 
House. 

Berkley Edward, switchman W, St L & P Ry, bds 81 Buchanan. 

Berkley John, switchman W, St L & P Ry, bds 81 Buchanan. 

Berkshire Rufus (col'd), cook, res 193 Calhoun. 

Berlemann Christina (wid Frederick E), res 176 Greeley. 

Berlifi J Henry, packer John Orff, res 45 Boone. 

Bermingham John M, mach hand White's Wheel Works, res 
cor E Washington and Glasgow ave. 

Bernard, see also Barnard and Barnhard. 

Bernard Miss Flora, bds 92 Franklin ave. 

Bernard Francis H, agent N Y, C & St L Ry, res 242 W Berry. 

Bernard Nancy J (wid Simon), res 67 Brackenridge. 

Bernard Simon, tailor J H Grimme & Sons, res 25 W Wash- 
ington. 

Bernhardt Christian, helper Penn Co, res 29 John. 

Bernhardt Clements, laborer, res 65 Charles. 

Bernhardt Elizabeth, domestic 109 W Berry. 

Bernhardt Franz, laborer, res 21 Charles. 

Bernhardt Frederick, helper F W, C & L R R, res 113 Barthold. 

Berning Conrad, laborer Street Commissioner, res n w cor 
Summit and Ohio. 

Berning Wm, mach P, F W & C Ry, res 141 Madison. 

Berry, see also Harry. 

Berry C Wesley, laborer, res n e cor Koch and Putnam. 

Berry Street Methodist Episcopal Church, n e cor W Berry and 
Harrison. 

Bertels John, contractor 38 Force, res same. 

Bertels Mary (wid Wm), res w s Lafayette 2 s of Pontiac. 

Berthold, see also Birkhold. 

Berthold Frederick, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 136 Gay. 

Berviller George, cigarmaker F J Gruber, bds Heneke House. 

Besancon Frank jr, plasterer, res 172 Montgomery. 

Besson Frank S, stonecutter Roth & Keller, bds 136 Monroe. 

Besson James J, laborer Penn Co, bds 136 Monroe. 

Besson John B, mason, res 136 Monroe. 

Besson Joseph J, clerk G W Seavey, bds 136 Monroe. 

Betz Frederick A, baker W F Geller, bds 238 W Wayne. 

Betz George A, laborer Hoffman Bros, bds 337 W Washington. 

Betz John, edger Hoffman Bros, res 337 W Washington. 

Betz Samuel, laborer Hoffman Bros, bds 337 W Washington. 

Betzinger John, laborer Street Commissioner, bds Ervin House. 

Betzler George A, laborer W, St. L & P Ry, res 28 Murray. 

Betzold Jacob, brakeman G R & I R R, res 239 E Wayne. 

Betzold Mary, cook McKinnie House. 

Beuchel August, carpenter, bds Anton Albrecht. 



Kaag:&^BroJ 



iSell Chandeliers and Fancy Table 
'Lamps, at No. 5 East Columbia St. 



L. O. HULL, 



Wall Paper, Paints and 
Painting, 90 Calhoun St. 



FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 97 

Beuff Jennie, waiter 94 W Wayne. 

Beuke Christian F, truckman, res 155 Harrison. 

Beuret Charles, shaver N G Olds & Sons, bds 200 E Wayne. 

Beiiret Charles A, clerk Coombs & Co, bds 174 E Berry. 

Beuret Henry J, clerk Coombs & Co, bds 174 E Berry. 

Beuret John B, blacksmith, res 200 E Wayne. 

Beuret Miss Mary P, clerk Keller Medicine Co, bds 200 E 
Wayne. 

Beuret Sylvester, laborer N G Olds & Son, bds 200 E Wayne. 

Bevelhaimer Daniel, carpenter Penn Co, res 189 W DeWald. 

Bevelhaimer John H, carpenter Penn Co, res 35 Walnut. 

Bevelhaimer W Dayton, carpenter Penn Co, res 71 Butler. 

Beverforden August, cigarmaker 3 Highland, res 231 Webstex*. 

Beverforden August jr, clerk H F Beverforden, bds 231 Web- 
ster. 

Beverforden George, cigarmaker A Beverforden, bds 231 Web- 
ster. 

Beverforden Plenry F, druggist 294 Calhoun, res 284 Harrison. 

Beverforden Herman, apprentice L B Johns, bds 231 Webster. 

Beverforden Rudolph, cigarmaker S H Beverforden, res 11 
Brandriff. 

Beverforden Samuel H, cigarmaker 1 1 Brandriff, res Kansas 
City, Mo. 

Beverforden Wm F, res 316 S Broadway. 

Beverley John (col'd), waiter, res 60 Chicago. 

Bevington S Coil, i^aj^erhanger L O Hull, res 78 E Washing- 
ton. 

Bewlah George F, brakeman Penn Co, bds 160 Holman. 

Bewlah Harry J, brakeman Penn Co, bds 24 Chicago. 

Beyerle Gottlieb, propr Pennsylvania House, cor Calhoun and 
Superior. 

Beyerlein .John, finisher French, Hanna & Co, res 107 N Cass. 

Beyerlein Julius, laborer Hoffman Bros, res 59 Boone. 

Bhade Emma, domestic 234 W Berry. 

Bickel Charles, carpenter, bds 167 Holman. 

Bickforcl Furniture Co The (Wm E Mossman Pres, 
Daniel BKehlerSecy-Treas), Furniture Manufacturers 419 
and 421 E Wayne. 

Bicknell Lydia A (wid Thompson P), res 92 W Berry. 

Bicknese C Frederick, grocer 92 Barr, res 171 E Lewis. 

Bickiiese Fre lerick W, meat market 75 Williams, res 73 same. 

Bicknesse Henry, watchman P, F W & C Ry, res 1 Oak. 

Biddle Edward F, clerk, bds 169 Ewing. 

Biddle Thomas M, traveling agent, res 169 Ewing. 

Bidwell Wra P, student, bds 75 Webster. 

Bidwell Wm S, carpenter, res 75 Webster. 

^HXSnTsT82 CALHOUN STREET 



First National Batik. ^-^---^ ■- i??? 



Reorg'amzed 1882 



98 E. L. POLK & CO.'S 



Bieber, see also Deader. 

Bieber Wm L, teamster K Baker, res 53 Riverside ave. 

Bieberich Henry, laborer B S Thompson, res e s Tiiompson ave 

1 s of R R. 
Bieberich Louisa, domestic 247 W Berry, 

Biedenweg Gottfried, laborer BassF & M Works, res 81 Smith. 
Biegel Julius, painter, res s s Hugh 1 w of Harmer. 
Biegler Miss Elizabeth M, teacher Washington School, bds 12 

Harrison. 
Biemer, see also Beamer. 
Biemer George, Blacksmith and Wagonmaker 3 to 7 Clay, 

res rear 7 same. 
Biemer Martin, blacksmith George Biemer, bds same. 
Bierbaum Frederick R, car inspector N Y, C & St L Ry, res 

284 E Jefferson. 
Bierbaum Hermann, foreman N Y, C & St L Ry, res 51 Taylor. 
Bierbaum Wm F, car repairer N Y, C & St L Ry, res 184 

Greeley. 
Bierbaum Wm H, painter, res 235 E Wayne. 
Bierley, see also Bireley. 
Bierley George, carpenter, res 30 Jones. 
Biewend Mrs Celestine N, bds 104 Barr. 
Bikel Charles, laborer H C Taylor & Co, bds 167 Holman. 
Biles Mary, domestic 79 W DeWald. 
Billow Henry, laborer, res 111 Wells. 
Bilser John, finisher Peters' Box and Lumber Co, res Allen 

County, Ind. 
Bilzer Jacob, teamster, res s s W 5th 3 w of Wells. 
Bindel George, laborer N G Olds & Sons, res s w cor Smith 

and Emily. 
Binder, see also Bender. 
Binder Ursula (wid Adam), res 20 Poplar. 
Binder Wm, painter, bds 20 Poplar. 
Bingeman Isaac K, engineer Penn Co, rms 82 Baker. 
Binkley Frank C, tel operator Penn Co, bds 96 Smith. 
Binkley Mary, domestic 7 W Main. 
Binkley Rebecca (wid Homer), res 96 Smith. 
Birbeck James, machinist W, St L & P Ry, res 90 Dawson. 
Birbeck Wm, machinist W, St L & P Ry, res 97 W DeWald. 
Birch, see Berch. 
Bird James S, dairyman, res n s New Haven road 1 e of Edsall 

ave. 
Bireley, see also Bierley. 

Bireley Luther, laborer, res w s S Calhoun 2 n of Killea. 
Bireley Wm W, inspector Olds' Wagon Works, res rear 15 

Erie. 



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50 PEARL STREET. AGENTS 

WANTED in all SURROUND- 

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TRY HIM FOR FINE CABINETS. 



FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 99 

Birk, see also Burhe. 

Birk Annie, dressmaker H Gebele, bds 65 Harrison. 

Birk Joseph J, carpet weaver rear 58 Elm, res same. 

Birkhold, see also JBerthold. 

Birkhold Morris, cook McKinney House, res 49 Williams. 

Birkner Charles, res 266 W Jefferson. 

Bischoff Charles W, fireman Hoffman Bros, res 34 Elm. 

Bischoft' Rudolph A, director Concordia College, res college 
grounds. 

Bischoff Wm, cigarmaker, res w s St Mary's ave 1 n of Spring. 

Bishop Miss Belle, tailoress HoosierMnfg Co, bds 280 E Wash- 
ington. 

Bishop Charles, carpenter, res 55 Riverside ave. 

Bishop Charles B, laborer, bds 280 E Washington. 

Bishop Hannah, works Keller Medicine Co, bds 280 E Wash- 
ington. 

Bishop Martha (wid Martin), res 280 E Washington. 

Bishop Wm C, contractor, bds 55 Riverside ave. 

Bitler Samuel D, cooper n w cor E Wayne and Schick, bds 59 
E Wayne. 

Bitler Wm, pump repairer Penn Co, res 241 W Washington. 

Bitner Alonzo J, brass molder Penn Co, res 120 Butler. 

Bitner Andrew C, molder Penn Co, bds 15 E Jefferson. 

Bitner Andrew J, harnessmaker G H Kuntz, res 15 E Jeffer- 
son. 

Bitner Hermann, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds Christian Car- 
sens. 

Bitner John R, machinist P, F W & C Ry, res 111 E Lewis. 

Bitner J Sherman, boilermaker Kerr-Murray Mnfg Co, bds 13 
W Jefferson. 

Bitner Samantha J (wid Adam), res 13 W Jeffei-son. 

Bitner Willard, printer, bds 39 W Washington. 

Bitner D Wm, clerk J D Gurapper, bds 13 W Jefferson. 

Bitsberger Emanuel F, conductor G R & I R R, res 403 Cal- 
houn. 

Bitsberger Mrs E F, dressmaker 403 S Calhoun, res same. 

Bitsberger Hallie E, machinist N G Olds & Sons, bds 403 S 
Calhoun. 

Bittenbender Caroline (wid Henry), bds 487 W Barry. 

Bittinger Adam H, lawyer 27 P O Bldg, res 114 W Main. 

Bittinger Jacob R, deputy prosecuting attorney 20 E Berry, 
res 262 W Washington. 

Bittinger Lawrence E, clerk Penn Co east yard, bds 262 W 
Washington. 

Bittle Henry W W, foreman N G Olds & Sons, bds 234 
Francis. 

Mechanics' Tools, U^l^h^T'^tol'k 



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AT LOWEST PRICES AT 
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Bittle Hermann, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 56 Thomas. 
Bittler Wm M, pump repairer W, St L & P Ry, res 241 W 

Washington. 
Bittner Wm E, printer The Journal, rms 116 Harrison, 
Bitzinger Henry, molder, res 88 Madison. 
Bitzinger John, laborer, res 436 E Wayne. 
Bitzinger John jr, printer, res 436 E Wayne. 
Bixler Wm, teamster, res s s W Main 2wofGR&IRR. 
Bjzrezinski Thomas, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 99 Gay. 
Black Albert, butcher, res 44 Baker. 
Black John R, conductor N Y, C & St L Ry, res n s Boone 3 e 

of Osage. 
Black Margaret (col'd, wid Joseph), res 227 W Washington. 
Black Thomas, switchman, bds 262 Cajhoun. 
Blackburn George, brakeman Penn Co, res e s Walton ave 2 s 

of Creighton ave. 
Blackburn James H, brakeman Penn Co, res 52 Maumee road. 
Blackburn Robert, res 108 Wells. 

Blackford Josiah, brakeman Penn Co, res 296 E Creighton ave. 
Blade Philip, oculist 66 E Columbia, res same. 
Blaine Scott, engineer W, St L & P Ry, res 35 E Jefferson. 
Blair Laban H, brakeman G R & I R R, res 69 Buchanan. 
Blair Solon K, train dispatcher Nickel Plate Ry, res 145 W 

Berry. 
Blair Thomas, telegraph operator Nickel Plate Ry, bds 154 E 

Berry. 
Blair Thomas W, cooper 19 E Superior, res 222 E Wayne. 
Blaising John B, machinist Bass F & M Works, res 221 Madi- 
son. • 
Blaising Theresa, domestic 162 E Lewis. 
Blakesley James E, brakeman Penn Co, res s s Horace 4 from 

Holton ave. 
Blakesley John H, hackman, res 245 W Wayne. 
Blakesley Lyman M, conductor Penn Co, res 34 Thomas. , 
Blanchard Eber, fireman Penn Co, res 243 Webster. 
Blank John, helper Bass F & M Works, res 15 St Martin. 
Blase Wilhelmena (wid Louis), bakery 29 W Columbia, res 

same. 
Blase Wm, clerk Mrs W Blase, bds 29 W Columbia. 
Bledsoe Nathaniel H, Agent The Singer Manufacturing 

Co 73 Calhoun, res 211 E Wayne. 
Blee Edward, fireman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds 15 Burgess. 
Blee John, policeman, res 414 S Calhoun. 
Blee Joseph T, molder, bds 67 E Superior. 
Bleekraan Ernest L, clerk Flint House, res 103 W Main. 
Bleke Diedrich, helper P, F W & C Ry, res 131 Madison. 



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Bleke Frederick, clerk, bds 131 Madison. 

Bleke Louis D, clerk Geo DeWald & Co, bds 131 Madison. 

Bley Theodore, yardmaster Perm Co, res s s Wayne Trace east 

of yards. 
Blind Gertrude, St Joseph's Hospital. 
Bloch Frederick, laborer, res 59 Gay. 
Bloch Mary (wid Henry), bds 85 Maumee road. 
Bloch Wm, helper Bass F & M Works, res 85 Maumee road. 
Bloerake Frederick, carpenter, bds 399 E Washington. 
Bloemker Ernest W, lalioreij res 203 Gay. 

Bloemker Frederick, car repah^er W, St L & P Rj, res 55 Baker. 
Blondiot Felix, res 39 Maiden Lane. 
Blondiot Wm, tailor, bds 39 Maiden Lane. 
Blood John A, laborer, res w s S Calhoun 1 s of Killea. 
Bloom Miss Caroline, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 99 W 

Main. 
Bloom Catherine, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 99 WMain. 
Bloom John A, traveling agent Alderman & Yarnelle, rooms 

106 Calhoun. 
Bloomhuff Nathan, fireman, bds 33 Miner. 
Bloomhuff Mrs Sarah, res 36 Baker. 
Bloomingdale School, n w cor Marion and Bowser. 
Blotkamp Frank J, sawyer Penn Co, res 26 Bass. 
Blount James A, laborer, res 9 N Calhoun. 
Blue John H, carpenter, bds e s Winter 2 s of Creighton ave. 
Blue John L, brakeman, res 27 Grand. 
Blue John O, brakeman Penn Co, res 116 Chicago. 
Blum Nicholas, mason Wm Moellering, res 9 Erie. 
Blum Nicholas, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 1 1 Erie. 
Blumbach Otto, plasterer, res 129 Gay. 

Blumberg John, laborer, res s e cor Edgerton and Walton ave. 
Blumberg Rachael (wid Isaac), res 315 E Washington. 
Blynn Mrs Harriet A, dressmaker 135 Broadway, res same. 
Blystone Cyrus, carpenter, bds 13 Chestnut. 
Blystone Isaac, agent, res 13 Chestnut. 

Blystone Oliver, wagonraaker Peters' B & L Co, res 6 Clark. 
Boag Miss Mary L, clerk, bds 69 W Lewis. 
Boag Wm G, machinist Penn Co, res 69 W Lewis. 
Bobbs Christian, machinist Horton Mnfg Co, bds 43 Elm. 
Bobbs Christopher, carpenter Mortimer & Walkey, bds 169 

High. 
Boch Moritz, laborer Penn Co, res 140 E Washington. 
Bock, see also Buck. 

Bock Wm, laborer N G Olds & Sons, res 39 Nirdlinger ave. 
Bock Wm C, carpenter, bds 39 Nirdlinger ave. 
Boekeloh Charles, teamster, res 40 Wall. 



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Bocksberger Frances (wid Valentine), res 36 Koch. 

Bocksberger Louis, barber T Uplegger, bds 36 Beck. 

Bocksberger Minnie, finisher Troy Steam Laundry, bds 36 Koch. 

Bode Ferdinand, watchmaker H C Graffe, bds Fritz Hotel. 

Bode Henry, driver F C Brase, bds 57 W Jefferson. 

Boecker, see also Baker and Becker. 

Boecker Frederick W, clerk H F Beverf orden, bds 58 Pritchard. 

Boecker Henry, laborer W, St L & P Ry, res 58 Pritchard. 

Boecker Yetta, domestic 174 W Wayne. 

Boedeker Wm, watchmaker N G Olds & Sons, res 42 Pritchard. 

Boegel E Frank, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, rms 20 Fairfield ave. 

Boegel Frederick E, molder Brauntmeyer & Co, bds 71 Webster. 

Boehm Christian F, junk dealer, res 120 Rockhill. 

Boehner Mrs Elizabeth, janitor Bloomingdale School, res 220 
Wells. 

Boehrer Alexander, helper Bass F & M Works, bds 180 Hanna. 

Boerger, see also Berger and Burger. 

Boerger Alexander H, clerk, bds 194 E Washington. 

Boerger Charles R, carpenter, bds 194 E Washington. 

Boerger Florenz, laborer, res 44 Monroe. 

Boerger Gustave W, leather and findings, and boot and shoe 
uppers 39 E Main, res 183 E Washington. 

Boerger Rosetta, domestic 114 Clinton. 

Boerger Rudolph, res 183 E Washington. 

Boerger Simon J, clerk G W Boerger, bds 183 E Washington. 

Boerger Wm, carpenter, res 194 E Washington. 

Boerger Wm H, carpenter, bds 194 E Washington. 

Boese Dora, clerk Gerke & Co, bds 135 Montgomery. 

Boese Frederick A, laborer, res s e cor Penn and DuBois. 

Boese Miss Lizzie, seamstress, bds 314 E Wayne. 

Boese Mary, domestic 174 W Wayne. 

Boese Wm, carpenter Penn Co, res 18 Hough. 

Boese Wm jr, carpenter N G Olds & Sons, bds 18 Hough. 

Boester Frederick H, Carpenter and Builder 164 Griffith, 
res same. 

Bogasch Annie (wid Frederick), res n e cor Oakland and Aboit. 

Bogasch Frank, teamster, bds Annie Bogasch. 

Bogasch Wm, laborer, bds Annie Bogasch. 

Bogenschitz Charles, bartender C Entemann, bds 43 Charles. 

Bogenschitz Susan, domestic 133 E Berry. 

Bohen Michael, laborer Street Commissioner, res 245 E Jeffer- 
son. 

Bohen Thomas, tinner Welch & Baker, bds 245 E Jefferson. 

Bohen Wm, candymaker, bds 245 E Jefferson. 

Bohling Frederick H, helper Bass F & M Works, bds w s Force 
1 s of Creighton ave. 

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FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 103 

Bohling Wni, molder Bass F & M Works, res w s Force 1 s of 
Creighton ave. 

Bohn Christian P, foreman Indiana Staats Zeitung, res 20 Allen. 

Bolm Philip, bds 285 W Berry. 

Bohn Wm A, secretary and treasurer The Horton Mnfg Co, 
res 285 W Berry. 

Bohne Carl, patternmaker Kerr-Murray Mnfg Co, bds s e cor 
Centre and Boone. 

Bohne Frederick H, clerk Fruit House, bds s e cor Centre and 
Boone. 

Bohne Louis C A, clerk T J Nolton & Co, bds s e cor Centre 
and Boone. 

Bohnke Sophia, domestic 109 W Washington. 

Bohrer Emil, baker Geo Fox & Son, bds 25 E Main. 

Bobrinann Henry, bds 185 Calhoun. 

Boland John, engineer Peiui Co, res 24 Oliver. 

Bolender Clark W, salesman F D Paulus, res 225 W Jefferson. 

Boles Miss Luella C, teacher Training School, bds 12 Harrison. 

Boles Newton, works Keller Medicine Co, bds Ervin House. 

Boling Miss Etta, overallmaker S D Kedelsheimer & Co, bds 
154 Broadway. 

Bollerman Sophia, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 12 Pearl. 

Bollinger Jacob J, millwright, bds 39 E Superior. 

Bollinger Robert, engineer L S & M S Ry, bds 77 N Cass. 

Bollman Emma, domestic 103 W Berry. 

Bollman Minnie, domestic 201 E Wayne. 

Bolman Christian, foreman Olds' Wagon Works, res 47 W 
Lewis. 

Bolman Henry C, painter, res 158 Griffith. 

Bolman Otto F, brakeman Penn Co, res 23 Hood. 

Bolmann Frederick A, conductor W, St L & P Ry, res 188 
Jackson. 

Bolton John, machinist W, St L & P Ry, bds 30 Baker. 

Bolton Nehemiah, machinist Kerr-Murray Mnfg Co, res 24 
Walnut. 

Bolton Richard, machinist Kerr-Murray Mnfg Co, bds 24 Wal- 
nut. 

Boltz Ferdinand F, manager timber and freight depts N G 
Olds & Sons, res 250 W Jefferson, 

*Boltz Fred C (Boltz & Beebe, Boltz & Derheimer, Boltz & 
Oppenhamer), Dealer in Fine Sour Mash Whiskies, Im- 
ported Wines, Liquors and Cigars 37 Calhoun, res 87 N 
Cass. [See adv, j) 8.) 

Boltz George C, bds 87 N Cass. 

Boltz & Beebe (Frederick C Boltz, Charles H Beebe), Bil- 
liard Hall and Wines and Liquors 83 Calhoun. 



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*Boltz & Oppenliamer (Fred C Boltz, Samuel S Oppen- 

hamer), Cigar Manufacturers 86 Calhoun. 
*Boltz & Derlieiiner (Fred C Boltz, Joseph Derheiraer), 

Wood, Coal, Cement, Sewer Pipe, Etc 45, 47, 49 and 51 

Murray. 
Bolyard Edward E, clerk D Alderman, bds Hedekin House. 
Bomber Hermann, expressman, res 261 Hanna. 
Bond Adelia L (wid Stephen B), bds w s Fairfield ave 2 s of 

Creighton ave. 
Bond Albert S, traveling agent Ft Wayne Organ Co, res w s 

Fairfield ave 1 n of Pontiac. 
Bond Charles E, machinist W, St L & P Ry, bds 164 George. 
Bond Charles E, teller The Old National Bank, res e s Fairfield 

ave 3 8 of Creighton ave. 
Bond George W, blacksmith, res 435 Hanna. 
*Bond. Henry W, Flour and Commission, Bond's Roller 

Mills Half Patent Four 96 Calhoun, res 284 W Jefferson. 
*Bond Hugh M (Woodworth & Bond), res e s Fairfield ave 2 

8 of Creighton ave. 
Bond Jared D, Cashier The Old National Bank, rms same. 
Bond Jennie (wid Alonzo), res 164 George. 
*Bond Lavina 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, President The Old National Bank and 

Vice-President Citizens Street R R Co, res w s Fairfield ave 

2 s of Creighton ave. 
Bond Stephen D, messenger The Old National Bank, bds cor 

Creighton and Fairfield aves. 
Bond Wm D G, propr The World 24 Clinton, bds 284 W Jef- 
ferson. 
Bond Wm J (W J Bond & Son), res 376 Calhoun. 
Bond W J & Son (Wm J and Seth M), Dry Goods and 

Notions 42 Calhoun. 
Bonfield Miss Lizzie, dressmaker, bds 180 E Wayne. 
BonfieLl Mary (wid Kennedy), res 180 E Wayne. 
Bonny John, brakeman Penn Co, bds 415 Lafayette. 
Bono Mrs Mary, res rear 14 Lafayette. 

Bonter George W, conductor Penn Co, res 73 W DeWald. 
Bonter Wm F C, conductor G R & I R R, res 75 DeWald. 
Bookwalter, see also BuckwaUer. 

Bookwalter Charles A, city editor The Gazette, res 38 Wil- 
liams, 
Bookwalter Elias H, foreman The Gazette press room, res 15 

Williams. 
Bookwalter John A, bds 134 E Lewis. 

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FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 105 

Bookwalter Josiah, traveling agent, res 133 Fairfield ave. 

Bookwalter Morton P, pressman Journal job room, bds 133 
Fairfield ave. 

Bookwalter Wm, messenger U S Ex Co, bds 134 E Lewis. 

Bopp Andrew, laborer, bds 85 Lillie. 

Bopp Henry C, wagonraaker Olds' Wagon Works, res 9 
Buchanan. 

Bopp Joseph, laborer N G Olds & Sons, res 85 Lillie. 

Bopp Margaret (wid Christian), bds 9 Buchanan. 

Borcherding Ferdinand H, molder Brauntmeyer & Co, bds 7 
Jones. 

Borcherding Minnie, domestic 98 E Berry, 

Borchert August, painter Kramer Bros, res 160 Force. 

Borden Henry D, lawyer 6 Mergel's Block, bds 181 E Wayne 

Borgmann August, driver, bds 200 Ewing. 

Borgmann Christian, blacksmith L B Johns, bds 200 Ewing. 

Borgmann Christian jr, carriagemaker, bds 200 Ewing. 

Borgmann Fredericka (wid Cliristian), res 35 Lavina. 

Borgmann Lizzie, tailoress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 35 Lavina. 

Borgmann Mary, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 35 Lavina. 

Borgmann Wm, teamster, res 200 Ewing. 

Borgmann Wm jr, driver, bds 200 Ewing. 

Bork Julius, laborer, res 96 Franklin ave. 

Borkenstein Bernhardt, carpenter, res s s Boone 1 w of Centre. 

Bornemann Charles, tailor 98 Harrison, res same. 

Bornemann Frederick C, clerk M Frank & Co, bds 96 Harrison. 

Bornliorst Whilemina, domestic 15 Madison. 

Bose Charlotte, domestic 173 W Wayne. 

Bose Martha, domestic 123 W Wayne. 

Boseker Charles, contractor 62 McClellan, res same. 

Boseker Christian, contractor 39 Brackenridge, res same. 

Boseker Frank H, carpenter, res 136 W DeWald. 

Boseker Henry, traveling agent, res 202 W Jefferson. 

Boseker Lincoln, brakenian N Y, C & St L Ry, bds Pennsyl- 
vania House. 

Boss Anna, clerk Elenora Kratzsch, bds 138 E Main. 

Boss Mary (wid Henry), res 138 E Main. 

Bosselman Diedrich, laborer, res 159 Madison. 

Bossier Henry H, Real Estate, Insurance and Notary 
Public 34 Clinton, res 318 E Wayne. 

Bossier Joseph, brakeman Peiin Co, bds 64 Oliver. 

Bossier Louisa, dressmaker 64 Oliver, res same. 

Bossier Mrs Margaret, cook 9 E Wayne. 

Bossier Wm, hostler H A Read, bds 9 E Wayne. 

Bostick Emanuel, res 1 70 E Wayne. 

Bostick John, res 15 W Main. 

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Bostick Reuben J, clerk, bds 170 E Wayne. 

Bostick Wm D, foreman Ft Wayne Safety Valve Works, bds 
170 E Wayne. 

Boteler Edward, brakeman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds n e cor 
Calhoun and Superior. 

Both Mrs Ottilie, res 100 E Jefferson. 

Bothner John Gr, saloon 136 Calhoun, res same. 

Botsford Wm, carriage trimmer, bds Hedekin House. 

Bott Innocent, blacksmith Penn Co, res 26 Walnut. 

Bott Urban, helper W, St L & P Ry, res 46 Taylor. 

Bottenbergh Andrew J, clerk, res 25 Hamilton. 

Bottenbergh Otto, laborer, bds 25 Holman. 

Bough er, see also Bauer. 

Bougher Frank E, clerk The Robinson. 

Boughman, see Baughman and Bowman. 

Boulton Charles S, machinist W, St L & P Ry, bds 30 Baker. 

Bouregard Joseph, laborer Street Commissioner, res 10 Harri- 
son. 

Bourie Miss Annie, milliner A Mergentheim, bds 22 E Wayne. 

Bourie Brutus A, secretary Summit City Soap Co, res 62 Brack- 
enridge. 

Bourie Clinton D, bill poster Ft Wayne City Bill Posting Co, 
bds 22 E Wayne. 

Bourie George W, clerk Pixley & Co, bds 22 E Wayne. 

Bourie Louis J, traveling agent 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), who liquors 37 E Main. 

Bouse Lorenzo, laborer, res 19 N Cass. 

Bowden John, engineer Penn Co, rooms 160 Holman. 

Bowen Daniel W, lawyer, res 229 E Washington. 

Bo we 11 George R, Plumber, Steam and Gas Fitter 110 
Calhoun, res 104 Barr. {See adv opp.) 

Bowen George W, Physician 12 W Main, res 232 E Wash- 
ington. 

Bo wens James (col'd), horse trainer, res 44 Pearl. 

Bower, see Baxter and Bougher. 

Bowefs Charles A,'fireman Olds' Wagon Wks, bds 30 Williams. 

Bowers Miss Delia, dressmaker, bds 30 Williams. 

Bowers James R, painter, res 69 Garden. 

Bowers John, fireman Penn Co, bds 69 Garden. 

Bowers Maria (wid James), res 268 W Washington. 

Bowman, see also Baughman and Baumann. 

Bowman Alfred D. engineer Penn Co, res 38 Brackenridge. 

Bowman Charles, fireman N Y, C & St L Ry, res 47 Archer 



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FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 107 

Bowman Miss Elizabeth J, teacher Bloomingdale School, bds 5 

Marion. 
Bowman Emeline (wid Alfred), res 5 Marion. 
Bowman Wm J, solicitor S C Lumbard, res '^ 8 W Wa'sne. 
Bowser Alexander, carpenter 264 Creigl ive, res ■^ ..uie. 

Bowser Allen A, carpenter Alexander .vse jds 264 E 

Creighton ave. 
Bowser Augustus, engineer Penn Co, res 143 Holman. 
Bowser Clark E, railway caller, bds 19 Hanna. 
Bowser George W, fireman Penn Co east yard, res 15 Julia. 
Bowser Henry J, laborer, res 103 Hoffman. 
Bowser Ida, domestic 47 W Berry, 
Bowser Isaac N, laborer Penn Co, bds 79 Hanna. 
Bowser Isaiah, helper P, F W & C Ry, res 79 Hanna. 
Bowser Jacob C, res 64 E Berry. 
Bowser Madison M, ticket clerk N Y, C & St L Ry, bds 64 E 

Berry. 
Bowser Orra J, painter W, St L & P Ry, res 94 Thomas. 
Bowse* Samuel, laborer, res 95 Summit. 
Bowser Sylvanus F, traveling agent, res 133 Holman. 
Bowsher Amos, watchmnn Penn Co depot, res 204 Lafayette. 
Boyce Anthony, engineer Bass F & M Wks, bds 105 Taylor. 
Boyce Benjamin, engineer, res 105 Taylor. 
Boyd Frank T, switchman W, St L & P Ry, res 20 Baker. 
Boyd Miss Georgiana, teacher Clay School, bds 223 Lafayette. 
Boyd Mrs R B, dressmaker 20 Baker, res same. 
Boyd Sarah A (wid Benjamin), res 223 Lafayette. 
Boyd Seymour, city circulator Ft Wayne Daily News, bds 223 

Lafayette. 
Boyle Daniel, lineman Jenney Electric Light Co, bds 118 Wal- 
lace. 
Boyle Miss Emma, bds 118 Wallace. 
Boyle Miss Margaret, bds 118 Wallace. 
Boyle Wm M, restaurant 20 Harrison, res same. 
Boyles Lucien D, clerk C C F Nieschang, bds 35 Miner. 
Boyles Robert D, carpenter Rhinesmith & Simonson, res 35 

Miner. 
Boylon James, contractor, res 127 Fairfield ave. 
Brabandt Bruno H, laborer Bass F & M Wks, res 228 Gay. 
Bracelin John, teamster, bds 2 Thomas. 
Bracht Joseph, engineer N Y, C & St L Ry, res 33 Butler. 
Bracht Wm F, fireman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds 33 Butler. 
Brackenridge Arthur M, ticket agent Penn Co, bds 103 W 

Berry. 
Brackenridge George W, res 23 Douglas ave. 
Brackenridge Joseph, lawyer, res 77 W Wayne. 



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Brackenridge Robert E, bds 77 W Wayne. 

Brackenridge Wm T, bds 77 W Wayne. 

Braden David, res 131 Griffith. 

Bradford George B, fireman N T, C & St L Ry, bds 320 W 

Main. 
Bradley Edward O, engineer Penn Co, res 233 E Lewis. 
Bradley Henry L, fireman Penn Co, bds 233 E Lewis. 
Bradley James K, machinist Bass F & M Wks, res 233 E 

Lewis. 
Bradley Xelson L, clerk Biekford Furniture Co, bds 233 E 

Lewis. 
Bradley Otto L, helper Bass F & M Wks, bds 233 E Lewis. 
Bradley Wm M, engineer N Y, C & St L Ry and restaurant 29 

E Main, res same. 
Bradtmueller Charles, driver H W Bond, res 172 Madison. 
Bradtmueller Gottlieb, carpenter W, St L & P Ry, res 59 

Douglas ave. 
Bradtmueller Henry, carpenter, res 22 Summit. 
Bradtmueller Minnie, domestic 19 Baker. 

Bradway Orlando E, foreman P, F W & C Ry, res 216 E Lewis. 
Brady Henry, brakeraan Nickel Plate Ry, res 354 W Main. 
Brady Wm H, clerk Root & Co, res 354 W Main. 
Braeuer Conrad, Boots and Shoes 32 W Main, res 148 

Ewing. 
Braeuer Conrad J, clerk, bds 148 Ewing. 
Braeuer John C, shoemaker C Braeuer, res 184 Griffith. 
Brahs John, clerk McKinnie House, res 297 Harrison. 
Braithwaite Charles F, engineer N Y, C & St L Ry, res 42 

Pearl. 
Brake Henry, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 56 Thomas. 
Brake Herman, laborer N G Olds & Sons, res 170 Maumee road. 
Brake XJlrich, laborer, res 170 Maumee road. 
Brames Elizabeth (wid Christopher) res 168 E Jefferson. 
Brames Louis (L Brames & Co), res 162 E Jefferson. 
*Braines L & Co (Louis Brames), Proprietors Summit City 

Bottling Works, Manufacturers Mineral and Seltzer 

Waters, Ginger Ale, Birch Beer, Champagne Cider, Etc 29 

and 31 Birr. {See adv,p 7.) 
Brames Wm, farmer, res 109 Creighton ave. 
Brammer Rev Joseph H, rector Cathedral of the Immaculate 

Conception, res 172 Clinton. 
*Branch Paper Office, 30 and 32 E Main. 
Brand Hermann, laborer, res 169 Gay. 

Brandriff Alfred D (A D Brandriff & Co), res 236 W Berry. 
Braildriff A D & Co (Alfred D Brandriff), Wholesale and 

Retail Hardware 50 and 52 E Columbia. 



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FOKT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 109 

Brandt August C, cigarmaker F J Gruber, res 158 Harrison. 

Brandt Charles, laborer, res 34 McClellan. 

Brandt Christian, machinist W, St L & P Ry, res 86 W Lewis. 

Brandt Diedrich, coremaker Bass F & M Works, res n w cor 
John and Creighton ave. 

Brandt Frederick, res 158 Harrison. 

Brandt Gottlieb F, lawyer, res 165 High. 

Brandt Henry, molder Bass F & M VVorks, bds 7 Summit. 

Brandt Hermann, laborer H C Paul, res n s Taber 1 w of 
Hanna. 

Brandt John, carp J H Meyer, res cor Oak and Chute. 

Brandt L Henry, laborer M Diehl & Co, res s s Hayden 3 w of 
of McCulloch. 

Brandt Theodore, clerk, bds 45 W Jefferson. 

Brandt Wm, clerk A Mergentheim, bds cor Oak and Chute. 

Brannan, see also Brenncoi. 

Brannan John H, grocer 72 E Main, res 195 E Lewis. 

Brannan John H jr, clerk, bds 195 E Lewis. 

Brannan Michael L, janitor Clay School, res 157 E Washington. 

Brannan T Wm, clerk P, F W & C Ry, bds 195 E Lewis. 

Brannigan Bernard, stonecutter Roth & Keller, bds Ervin 
House. 

Branning Conrad, laborer, res 89 Wall. 

Branning Ernest T, farmer, res w s Fairfield ave 1 s of Rudi- 
sill's ave. 

Branning Henry E F, farmer, bds w s Fairfield ave 1 s of Ru- 
disill's ave. 

Brant Frank, painter, bds 213 E Wayne. 

Brase August C, clerk Wm Moel!ering & Sons, bds 120 Mont- 
gomery. 

Brase Frederick C, Truckman and Odorless Excavator 
75 W Jefferson cor Wel)ster, res same. 

Brase Theodore F, clerk C Nathan & Co, res 180 W Jefferson 
ave. 

Brase Wm, teamster, res 8 Oak. 

Braun, see also Brovm. 

Braun Charles G, stonecutter Wm & J J Geake, bds 54 La- 
vina. 

Braun Frederick, mason, res 136 Maumee road. 

Braun George, baker 135 Fairfield ave, res same. 

Braun George, wood turner Ft Wayne Organ Co, bds 135 Fair- 
field ave. 

Braun John, carpenter, res 342 E Washington. 

Braun Louis, sectionman P, F W &C Ry, res 204 Francis. 

Braun Martin, boilerniaker Bass F & M Works, bds 342 E 
Washington. 

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Brauntmeyer Charles H, machinist, bds 168 Ewing. 
Brauntmeyer Frederick W, foundry, res 168 Ewing. 
Braw^ear (Jain, foreman, res 210 Fairfield ave. 
Brazinski Thomas, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 99 Gay. 
Breaden Ernest, fireman Penn Co, bds 142 Holman. 
Breaden James E, engineer Penn Co, res 142 Holman. 
Breaugh John, brakeman L S & M S Ry, bds n w cor Harrison 

and 1st. 
Bredmyer Annie D (wid Wm), res 8 Marion. 
Bredmyer Henry E, carpenter Cochrane & Humphrey, res 38 

E 4th. 
Bredmeyer Henry W, painter, bds 8 Marion. 
Breen James, conductor Penn Co, bds 15 Bass. 
Breen Margaret (wid James), res 16 W Lewis. 
Breen Michael, heater W, St L & P Ry, res 15 Bass. 
*Breen Wm P, Lawyer 44 Calhoun, res 121 W" Main. 
Breese Eliza (wid Samuel M), res 13 Colerick. 
Breese George H, laborer N G Olds & Sons, res 260 Webster. 
Breese Lee T, brakeman N Y, C & St L Ry, res n e cor Greeley 

and Van Buren. 
Breese Samuel E, painter, res 13 Colerick. 
Breidenstein Matthias, carpenter, res 264 W JeflFerson. 
Breidenstein Simpson, res 264 W Washington. 
Breimeier Ernst, Carpenter, Contractor and Builder 216 

W Jefferson, res same, 
Breimeier Ernst jr, mason, bds 216 W Jefferson. 
Breimeier Gustave, clerk A E C Becker, bds 216 W Jefferson. 
Breimeier Louis, clerk A E C Becker, bds 216 W Jefferson. 
Breimyer Henry, res 219 W Jefferson. 
Breiner Benjamin, res s s Belle ave 3 w of Fox. 
Breman George, bookkeeper, bds Custer House. 
Bremer Henry J, clerk Fruit House, res n s Cochrane 1 e of 

Coombs. 
Bremer Wm F, clerk Fruit House, bds H J Bremer. 
Brendel John, res s w cor St Mary's ave and Breck. 
Brendel Mary (wid John), res John Brendel. 
Brennan, see also Brannan. 
Breunan Julia (wid Thomas), res 185 Monroe. 
Brennenkant Dionizes, shoemaker, res 14 Nirdlinger ave. 
Brennenkant John W, yarnisher Ft Wayne Organ Co, bds 14 

Nirdlinger ave. 
Brenner John, brakeman Penn Co, res 31 Hough. 
Brenner John, painter, res 78 Wilt. 
Brenner Mary (wid John), res 78 Wilt. 
Brenton Charles F, bookkeeper The Old National Bank, res 220 

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Brentoii Eliza (wid Samuel), res 220 W Wayne. 

Brentoii Miss Helen, teacher High School, bds 220 W Wayne. 

Brenton Marion H (wid Milton) teacher Hanna School, bds 19 
Madison. 

Bresler Albert, switchman P, F W & C Ry, res 134 Francis. 

Bresnehan Mary, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co. 

Brew Nicholas, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res IVO Francis. 

Brewer W L, traveling agent S B ish & Co, res Argus, Ind. 

Brewster Charles W, fireman Penn Co, res 127 Francis. 

Brewster Miss Edith M, teacher Harmer School, bds 127 Fran- 
cis. 

Briant, see also Brj/ant. 

Briant Wm H, county coninaissioner, res 228 W Creighton ave. 

Bribben Charles O, carpenter Penn Co, bds 24 Douglas ave. 

Bribben James M, carpenter P, F W & C Ry, res 24 Douglas 
ave. 

Bribben John F, clerk, bds 24 Douglas ave. 

Brice James F, conductor N Y, C & St L Ry, res 98 W Supe- 
rior. 

Brick Anna (wid Philip), bds 122 W Jefferson. 

Brick Christina (wid Adam), bds 122 W Jefferson. 

Bricker Conrad, engineer Penn Co, res cor Thomas and Green. 

Bricker David, engineer iSe^iiCo, res 22 Oliver. 

Bricker Seward D, fireman G R & I R R, res 31 Charles. 

Brickner Hermann F, laborer, res 65 Charles. 

Briel Frederick, horse dealer, res 138 Lafayette. 

Briggs Albertus T, assistant teacher in English The Fort Wayne 
College, bds same. 

Briggs Martin, laborer, bds 25 Holman. 

Briggs Morgiana, nurse 135 E Washington. 

Bright Wm J, carpenter Penn Co, res 229 E Wayne. 

Brighty Henry, brakeman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds 11 W Main. 

Brigimann Wm, teamster, res 116 Madison. 

Brill August, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 25 John. 

Brill Harry F, brakeman Penn Co, res 265 E Creighton ave. 

BrilUiart Jacob S, Mnfrs' Agent for Mill Machinery and 
Millers' Supplies, res 220 W Jefferson, P O Box 617. 

Brimmer Joseph H, Sign Painter 7 Harrison, res 265 W 
Jefferson. 

Brink Henry, machine hand Rhinesraith & Siraonson, res 298 
E Washington. 

Brink John (Brink & Stier), res 45 Wells. 

Brink & Stier (John Brink, John C Stier), Druggists 43 
Wells. 

Brinker Theodore, watchman N Y, C & St L Ry, res e s Wells 
5 n of canal feeder. 

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Brinkmann Charles C, laborer, bds 325 W Washington. 

Brinkmann Henry, mason, res 177 Gay. 

Brinkmann Wm E, painter, res 323 W Washington. 

Brinkroeger Frederick, shoemaker 43 W Main, res 63 High. 

Brinkroeger Herman, shoemaker F Brinkroeger, bds 63 High. 

Brinkroeger John F, shoemaker, res 63 High. 

Brinsley Charles, engineer W, St L & P Ry, res 150 W Jeffer- 
son. 

Brinsley Charles E, clerk, bds 22 Ewing. 

*Brinsley George C, oil dealer 85 W Main, res 22 Ewing. 

Brinsley John C, feed yard n w cor Pearl and Maiden Lane, res 
63 W Main. 

Brinsley John C jr, conductor W, St L & P Ry, bds 63 W 
Main. 

Brintzenhofe Ammon S, machinist W, St L & P Ry, res 118 
Williams. 

Britcher Ebenezer, carpenter, res s w cor Wells and Hoffman. 

Britcher Edward M, laborer, res s w cor Wells and Hoffman. 

Brittingham John S, turner N G Olds & Sons, bds 16 Bracken- 
ridge. 

Britton Ann (wid Nelson), res 13 W Wayne. 

Brockerman Jacob R, plasterer, res 12 Marion. 

Brockerman Leonard S, yard master N Y, C & St L Ry, res 36 
Riverside ave. 

Brockerman Thomas W, plasterer, res 37 Riverside ave. 

Brockmann Henry, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 38 John. 

Brockmiller Elizabeth, domestic 69 W Bei'ry. 

Brockmyer Minnie, domestic 240 W Berry. 

Brockmyer Sophie, domestic 284 W Wayne. 

Broderick Margaret (wid David), bds 62 Williams. 

Broderick Michael, stavejointer Ranke& Yergens, res 6 Kansas. 

Broderick Thomas, spokemaker, res 152 Greeley. 

Broeking Charles, grocer n e cor Gay and Creighton ave, res 1 
from n e cor Gay and Creighton ave. 

Broeking Diedrich, laborer, res 32 Lavina. 

Broeking Miss Mary, clerk Jenkinson & Spencer, bds 32 Lavina. 

Brokaw John H, conductor G R & I RR, I'es 6 Creighton ave. 

Brokaw Robert H, carpenter, res 208 W Creighton ave. 

Brokow Samuel L, baggageman G R & I R R, res 84 DeWald. 

Bromar Madeline, res 13 Hood. 

Bronsberger Edward, brakeman Penn Co, bds 36 Baker. 

Bronsdon Peleg, engineer Penn Co, res 44 Brackenridge. 

Bronson, see also Brunson. 

Bronson Drusilla (wid Abraham), nurse, res 5 Brandriff. 

Brooker, see Britcher. 

Brooks Miss Ella M, with Wm W Shryock, res 328 E Wayne. 

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Brooks Frank L, machine hand N G Olds & Sons, bds 105 Fair- 
field ave. 

Brooks George H, clei'k D Alderman, res 44 Baker, 

Brooks Henry C, carpenter 19V W DeWald, res same. 

Brooks Kate (wid Walter), bds 148 E Lewis. 

Brooks Michael, plasterer, bds 105 Fairfield ave. 

Brooks Milo H, painter W, St L & P Ry, res 105 Fairfield ave. 

Brooks Oscar H, clerk Olds' Wagon Works, bds 223 E Main. 

Brooks Robert, foreman G E. & I R R, res w s Runnion 3 n of 
W Main. 

Brooks Wm, foreman H C Taylor & Co, res 328 E Wayne. 

Bi-ooks Wm, physician, bds 107 W Berry. 

Brooks Wm H, printer Ft Wayne Daily News, bds 328 E 
Wayne. 

Brookshire Isaac (col'd), brakemann Penn Co, bds 63 Baker. 

Brookside Farm Co, John H Bass president, Frank S Lightf oot 
secretary and treasurer, David McKay manager, 1^ miles 
n w of Court House. 

Brosius Aaron, traveling agent, res 21 Miner. 

Brosowski Martin, laborer Bass F & M Works, res s of New 
Haven road nr tollgate. 

Bross John, clerk McKinnie House, bds same. 

Brossard George, clerk J Brossard, bds 82 Wells. 

Bi'ossard George (Brossard & Hahn), res Bloomingdale. 

Brossard George, helper W, St L & P Ry, bds 82 Wells. 

Brossard John, grocer 84 Wells, res 82 same. 

Brossard Josephine, works Keller Medicine Co, bds 82 Wells. 

Brossard Wm, helper Penn Co, res 33 Wefel. 

Brossard & Hahn (George Brossard, Wm Hahn), blacksmiths 
146 W Main. 

Brothers Rosa, domestic The Fort Wayne College. 

Browder Charles R, book agent, bds Darrow Hotel. 

Brower Cain, machine hand Ft Wayne Organ Co, res 210 Fair- 
field ave. 

Brown, see also JBraun. 

Brown Augustus C, checkman L S & M S Ry, res 15 N Cass. 
Brown Charles (col'd), porter Boliz & Beebe, bds 44 E Colum- 
bia. 

Brown Charles F, clerk- Coombs & Co, i-es 155 W Washincrton. 
Brown Charles J, printer The World, bds Fleming House. 

Brown Charles W, painter, res n e cor Spring and Franklin ave. 

Brown Cornwell J, brakeman Penn Co, res s s Wallace 1 e of 
Hanna. 

Brown David, horse dealer, res 22 Beck. 

Brown Dora (wid John), res 86 D.iwson. 

Brown Edward, well sinker, res n w cor Hoffman and Wells. 

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Brown Edward G, operator W XJ Telegraph Co, bds 3 E 
Superior. 

Brown Elizabeth (wid Wm H), res 159 Montgomery. 

Brown Ellen B (wid Henry F), res 71'Laselle. 

Brown Miss Emma, bookkeeper PfeifFer & Schlatter, bds 86 
Dawson. " i, 

Brown Frank I, inspector Hoffman Bros, bds 246 W Berry. 

Brown Hallie, shaper Olds' Wagon Works, bds 15 N Cass. 

Brown Harvey H, machinist Bass F & M Works, res 32 Oak. 

Brown Ida, domestic Union House. 

Brown James, laborer, res 119 Lafayette. 

Brown James D (McCuUough & Brown), res 289 W Washing- 
ton. 

Brown James E, conductor P, F W & C Ry, res 270 E Lewis. 

Brown Miss Jane E, teacher Bloomingdale School, bds 33 Elm. 

Brown John, laborer Nickel Plate Ry, res 33 Elm. 

Brown John, pump repairer W, St L & P Ry, bds 86 Dawson. 

Brown John B, bookkeeper, res 19 Walnut. 

Brown John E, laborer, res 159 Montgomery. 

Brown John E, stenographer Penn Co, rooms 25 W Lewis. 

Brown John O, carpenter, bds 103 Mechanic's. 

Brown John S, foreman Penn Co, res e s Walton ave nr rail- 
road track. 

Brown John W (col'd), cook Aveline House, res 203 Calhoun. 

Brown Joseph E, conductor Penn Co, res 270 E Lewis. 

Brown Louisa, domestic 56 W Wayne. 

Brown Lucy, domestic 9 E Berry. 

Brown Margaret (wid Joseph), res 4 Kansas. 

Brown Mary E (wid John), res 15 Oak. 

Brown Mary E (wid John), res 268 W Washington. 

Brown Peter M, patternmaker Bass F & M Works, bds 15 Oak. 

Brown Reinhard L, clerk C B Woodworth & Co, bds 254 W 
Wayne. 

Brown Robert, brakeman Penn Co, res 7 Hood. 

Brown Robert E, bartender, bds 159 Montgomery. 

Brown Rudolph, laborer Street Commissioner, res 254 W Wayne. 

Brown Miss Sarah, dressmaker, bds 119 Lafayette. 

Brown Seneca B, Dentist s e cor Court and Main, res 100 
W Berry. 

Brown Stephen, painter, res s s E Washington 1 e of Grant ave. 

Brown Stephen M, soapmaker 12 Oak, res same. 

Brown Thomas, fireman G R & I R R, res 169 Montgomery. 

Brown Wm H, trackman, res 73 Holman. 

Browning Edna (wid Jacob), bds 220 W Washington. 

Brownsberger Wm, hostler, res 54 Chicago. 

Bruce Miss Mary E, teacher Westminster Seminary, bds same. 

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Brucker Frank, cooper Louis Fox, res 68 Nelson. 

Brucker Michael, cooper, res 62 Nelson. 

Bruckmann Henry, laborer, res 38 John. 

Bruder Anna, domestic 161 W Washington. 

Bruder August C, watchmaker Trenkley & Scherzinger, rooms 

94 Calhoun. 
*Bruebach George T, physician 171 Clinton, res same. 
Brumbaugh David, brakeraan Nickel Plate Ry, bds John 

Brendel. 
Brumbaugh Henan, brakeman Nickel Plate Ry, bds John 

Brendel. 
Brunett Andrew, carp Cochrane & Humphrey, bds 57 W 4th. 
Brunett Charles, engineer Cochrane & Humphrey, bds 57 W 4th. 
Brunett Mary (wid Joseph), res. 5 7 W 4th. 
Brunka Wm, helper W, St L & P Ry, res s w cor Lafayette and 

Pontiac. 
Brunner Miss Amelia, dressmaker, bds 47 Lavina. 
Brunner Cornelius (Keller & Brunner), res 244 W Main. 
Brunner John, shoemaker W Jacobs & Son, res 47 Lavina. 
Brunner Joseph A, watchmaker H C Graff e, bds Washington 

House. 
Bruns Anna E (wid Frederick C), res 224 E Jefferson. 
Bruns Christian, blacksmith Penn Co, res 261 Hanna. 
Bruns Christian, carpenter Penn Co, res 332 Harrison. 
Bruns Christian, plumber G R Bowen, bds 130 Gay. 
Bruns George, fireman Penn Co, bds 332 Harrison. 
Bruns Wm, carpenter Penn Co, res 130 Gay. 
Bruns Wm C, bookkeeper R Ogden, bds 130 Gay. 
Brunskill James, helper W, St L & PRy, res 156 Fairfield ave. 
Brunson, see also Uroiison. 

Brunson Allan, yardman Wilding & Son, res 67 Smith. 
Brush Edward, conductor Penn Co, res 30 John. 
Brusnihen John, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 140 Holman. 
Brusnihen John, wiper P, F W & C Ry, res 140 Holman. 
Brussard, see Srossard. 

Bryan Ella, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 83 Force. 
Bryan H Bent, messenger American Ex Co, res 69 Dawson. 
Bi'yan Irving, brakeman Penn Co, res 33 John. 
Bryan Mrs Rosa, res 83 Force. 
Bryant, see also Briant. 

Bryant George W, foreman Olds & Co, res 34 Summit. 
Bryant James, hostler M Glynn, bds 53 E Main. 
Bryant Miss Jennie, machine operator L B Johns, bds 50 

Chicago. 
Bryant John F, traveling agent, res opp Ft W Organ Co w s 

Fairfield ave. 

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Bryant Joseph, machine hand N G Olds & Sons, res 42 Laselle. 

Bryant Joseph H, laborer N G Olds & Sons, res 50 Chicago. 

Bryant Otto, laborer, res n s Killea 4 w of Calhoun. 

Bryant Julia M, teacher of elocution The Fort Wayne College, 
bds same. 

Bryce, see Brice. 

Bucher Adam T, fireman Penn Co, res 101 Wallace. 

Buchman Alpheus P, Physician, office s w cor Broad- 
way and Washington, res 161 W Washington. 

Buchmann Joseph, carpet weaver, bds 18 Hood. 

Buchner Casper, bds 349 E Lewis. 

Buck, see also Bock. 

Buck Caroline (wid Frederick), res 10 McClellan. 

Buck Charles H, printer Indiana Staats Zeitung, bds 290 W 
Jefferson. 

Buck Charles W, track foreman W, St L & P Ry and cigars 
272 Calhoun, res 188 Hanna. 

Buck Charles W jr, tel operator W, St L & P Ry, bds 188 
Hanna. 

Buck Edward, sectionman W, St L & P Ry and stationer 188 
Hanna, res same. 

Buck George H, elk C W Buck, bds 367 Lafayette. 

Buck Herbert C, clerk Standard Oil Co, bds 282 Broadway. 

Buck John C, well sinker, res w s St Mary's ave 1 n of Putnam. 

Buck Loren C, packer George DeWald & Co, bds 282 Broad- 
way. 

Buck Sophia (wid Diedrich), res 290 W Jefferson. 

Buck Wm, carpenter Penn Co, res n s St Mary's. 

Buck Wm, helper U S Express Co, bds 290 W Jefferson. 

Buck Wilson S, insurance agt 60 Calhoun, res 282 Broadway. 

Bucker Henry E (Dudenhoefer, Daniels & Bucker), res 419 E 
Washington. 

Buckhard Frances, domestic 32 Baker. 

Buckles James P, lab Ft W Gas Light Co, res 15 W Jefferson. 

Buckles Wm T, painter J H Brimmer, bds 265 W Jefferson. 

Buckley Charles, collector The Sentinel, bds 29 Baker. 

Buckley David, helper Bass F & M Works, bds 29 Baker. 

Buckley Henry S, blacksmith W, St L & P Ry, res 29 Baker. 

Buckley Joseph, helper Bass F & M Works, bds 29 Baker. 

Buckwalter, see also Bookwalter. 

Buckwalter Louis R, machinist Penn Co, res 54 W Jefferson. 

Budde Hermann, lab N G Olds & Sons, res 43 St Mai'tin's. 

Buddemeyer Ernest F, carpenter W, St L & P Ry, res 13 
Duryea. 

Buddemeyer Henry, elk F K Safford & Co, bds 197 Ewing. 

Bueche Frederick E, miller City Mills, bds 15 Clark. 



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Bueche George, laborer, res 15 Clark. 

Buech John, clerk Penn Co, res 444 S Broadway. 

Buehfink John G, laborer, res 67 High. 

Buehler Wm, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 86 Lillie. 

Bueker Ernst F, plasterer, 46 Walter. 

Bueker Frederick, res 419 E Washington. 

Bueker Henry, carriage maker, res 419 E Washington. 

Buennecke Ferdinand, teacher, res 32.3 S Calhoun. 

Buergler Joseph C, Editor The Weltburger 7 Court, bds 
cor Washington and Harrison. 

Bueshing Frederick, bricklayer, res 363 E Lewis. 

Bueshing Henry, helper Bass F & M Works, res 238 Hugh. 

Bueshing Henry, saloon 207 Lafayette, res same. 

Buesking Miss Annie, bds Henry Buesking. 

Buesking Henry, gardener, res e s S Broadway 2 n of Bridge. 

Buettel Christian, tress hoopmaker, bds 234 Francis. 

Buettel Dora (wid Henry), res 234 Francis. 

Buettel Henry, hub inspector N G Olds & Co, bds 234 Francis. 

Buffington Jesse C, laborer J A Koehler, res w s Piqua 3 s of 
Calhoun. 

Buford Edward, well driller, res 8 e s St Mary's ave 2 s of 
Aboit. 

Bugart Mathias, laborer W, St L & P freight house, bds 20 Wilt. 

Bugbee John, laborer P, F W & C Ry, res s of New Haven 
road nr toUgate. 

Buhlman, see Bohnan. 

Buhr Catharine (wid Nicholas), res 98 Chicago. 

Buhr Charles, clerk Doehrmann & Hitzeraann, bds 18 Oak. 

Buhrkuhl Henry, carpenter, res e s Monroe 1 s of Madison. 

Bulah, see Bewlah. 

Bulger Charles J, teamster P J Bulger, bds 176 Griffith. 

Bulger Frank F, bookkeeper Robert Ogden, bds 146 W Berry. 

Bulger Martin L, real estate, res 146 W Berry. 

Bulger Patrick J, truckman 176 Griffith, res same. 

Bull John M, engineer Penn Co, res 223 Lafayette, 

BuUermann Henry, stavemaker, res 286 W Jefferson. 

Bulow John, res 149 Wells. 

Bultemeyer Frederick, carpenter W, St L & P Ry, I'es 191 W 
DeWald. 

Bulvermellar Miss Henrietta, res 129 Wells. 

Bumbaugh Albert A, blacksmith H Freistroffer, res 45 Hurd. 

Bunce, see also Bence. 

Bunce Almon A, machine hand N G Olds & Sons, res 319 La- 
fayette. 

Bunce Hettie (wid Anson), res 319 Lafayette. 

Bunce Samuel, carpenter, res 101 Wallace. 

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Bunce Wilmington, labover, bds 319 Lafayette. 

Bundy Charles, grocer s e cor E Creighton ave and Winter, res 

same. 
Bundy Edgar, plasterer, res e s Winter 2s of E Creighton ave. 
Bundy Joseph, carpenter, res s w cor E Creighton ave and 

Winter. 
Burbrow Lydia (wid James), res 42 Wells. 
Burch, see Berch. 

Burchard Charles, carpenter Penn Co, res 64 Madison. 
Burden Wra N, laborer, res 75 Dawson. 
Burdge John F, bartender, bds 11 W Columbia. 
Burdett Samuel H, turner Ft Wayne Organ Co, res 231 W 

Jefferson. 
Burg Frederick, clerk C J Jourdain, bds 287 E Washington. 
Burg John, clerk Glutting & Christen, bds 287 E Washington. 
Burg Nicholas, paperhanger, res 287 E Washington. 
Burger, see also Berger and Boerger. 
Burger George C, engineer Penn Co, res 232 Francis. 
Burger Gottlieb, clerk M Frank & Co, bds 224 W Jefferson. 
Burger Henry W, laborer, bds 354 Hanna. 

Burger Ira G, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 125 Montgomery. 
Burger John, fireman Penn Co, bds 125 Montgomery. 
Burger Louis, baker 199 Lafayette, res 224 W Jefferson. 
Burger Louis A, feeder The Gazette, bds 224 W Jefferson. 
Burgess Block, s e cor Main and Court. 
Burgess Francis, machinist Penn Co, res 182 W Jefferson. 
Burgess James A, trimmer L B Johns, res 322 E Jefferson. 
Burhan Miss Mattie, bds 20 W Jefferson. 
Burhenn Edward A, meat market 352 Broadway, res 83 De- 

Wald. 
Burkas Albert C, clerk L B Johns, bds 22 McClellan. 
Burkas John A, salesman, res 22 McClellan. 
Burkas Louis C, clerk Schroeder Bros, bds 22 McClellan. 
Burke, see also Birk. 

Burke Ann (wid Edward), res 83 Buchanan. 
Burke Edward T, switchman W, St L & P Ry, bds 83 Buchanan. 
Burke Miss Ella, bds 83 Buchanan. 

Burke John F, switchman W, St L & P Ry, bds 83 Buchanan. 
Burke Martin J, engineer Penn Co, res 61 Douglas ave. 
Burke Wm, brakeman Penn Co, res 175 Lafayette. 
Burkhart Thomas, laborer, res 40 Charles. 
Burkhold Matthew, cook McKinnie House, res 35 Williams. 
Burkholder Wm, lineman Jenney Electric Light Co, bds Ervin 

House. 
Burkmeyer Mary, chambermaid Robinson House. 
Burlage John, teamster, bds 101 Summit. 

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Burlage Susan, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 101 Summit. 

Burlager George, res 187 E Washington. 

Burlager Henry, spoketurner N G Olds & Sons, bds 137 E 

Washington. 
Burlager John, tinner Henry DeWald, bds 1.37 E Washington. 
Burlager Susan (wid Gerhard), res 159 E Jefferson. 
Burlager Miss Susie, dressmaker, bds 137 E Washington. 
Burlaijer Wm, machine hand N G Olds & Sons, res 210 E 

Washington. 
Burnett Miss Elizabeth, dressmaker 148 Fairfield ave, bds same. 
Burnett Samuel, expressman, res 148 Fairfield ave. 
Burnison Daniel C, conductor N Y, C & St L Ry, bds 248 W 

Wayne. 
Burns Edward C (Burns & Green), res 16 W Main. 
Burns Frank, machinist Penn Co, res 45 Williams. 
Burns James, blacksmith Penn Co, res 5 Bass. 
Burns James J, fireman Penn Co, res 30 Butler. 
Burns Margaret E (wid Wm), bds 153 Montgomery, 
Burns Patrick, machinist W, StL & P Ry, res 41 Williams. 
Burns & Green (Edward C Burns, Charles A Green) 

Proprietors English Kitchen 16 W Main. {See adv,]) 89.) 
Burrell Duff, laborer Rhinesmith & Simonson, res 6 Gay. 
Burrell Duff G, barber F Tritschler. res 5 Sturges. 
*Bursley Gilbert E (G E Bursley & Co), res e s Fairfield ave 3 

s of Creighton ave. 
*Bursley G E & Co (Gilbert E Bursley, James M McKay), 

Wholesale Grocers and Commission Merchants 23 W Main. 
Burrowes Samuel A, cashier Morgan & Beach, res e s Fairfield 

ave 1 s of Pontiac. 
Burton Stella, domestic 175 Clinton. 
Busch John, carpenter, res 72 Wilt. 
Busch John W, clerk Root & Co, bds 72 Wilt. 
Busche, see also JBush. 

Busche Alfred W, clerk S M Foster, bds 92 W Berry. 
Busche Miss Annie, overallsmaker D S Redelsheimer & Co, 

bds 54 Charles. 
Busche Catherine (wid Henry), res 54 Charles. / 
Busche Frederick J, bds 54 Charles. 
Busche Miss Louisa S, overallsmaker D S Redelsheimer & Co, 

bds 54 Charles. 
Busching Henry F, grocer 272 Hanna, res 155 Wallace. 
Busching Minnie, chambermaid McKinnie House. 
Busching Wm, clerk H Busching, res 122 Wallace. 
Buschmann Frederick W, res 131 Holman. 
Buschmann Henry, plumber A Hattersley & Sons, bds 131 Hol- 
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Buschmann Wrn, helper Bass F & M Works, bds 131 Holman. 

Bush, see also Husch. 

Bu.'<h Emanuel K, fireman Penn Co, res V9 Douglas ave. 

Bush Miss Paulina, dressmaker, rms 38 Brackenridge. 

Bush Wm, carpenter Penn Co, bds 185 Calhoun. 

Bushing Dora, domestic 69 W Waj'^ne. 

Bushor Narcissus, painter, res 13 High. 

Busking Conrad, shoemaker 90 Harmer, res same. 

Busse Charles F, cutter, bds 156 Ewing. 

Busse Charlotte (wid Wm), res 156 Ewing. 

Busse Ferdinand, laborer, res w s Fairfield ave 1 n of Pontiac. 

Busse Frederick, blacksmith Olds' Wagon Works, res 218 E 

Jefferson. 
Busse George W, printer The Journal, res 156 Ewing. 
Busse Lizzie, dressmaker, bds 156 Ewing. 
Butke Henry, clerk CF Reinkensmeier, bds 143 Broadway. 
Butler George, res 332 W Main. 
Butler James, barber 150|^ Calhoun, res 233 same. 
Butler John, flagman Penn Co, bds 233 S Calhoun. 
Butler Louis F, Grocer 1 N Calhoun, res 46 Wells. 
Butler Thomas F, foreman Penn Co, res 66 Monroe. 
Buttemeier Henry, clerk, bds 16 Clay. 
*Buttenbender Charles H, feed store 45 E Columbia, res 355 E 

Lewis. 
Butterfield James, porter Rich's Hotel. 
Butz Frederick, tailor F Kayser, res Bloomingdale. 
Buuck, see Buck. 

Butz Jacob, collarmaker, res 145 Wells. 
Byerlein Frederick, laborer, res s s Wheeler 2 w of Runnion 

ave. 
Byerlein John, fuller French, Hanna & Co, res 107 N Cass. 
Byers Dean L, painter, res 542 E Wayne. 
Byers George, switchman W, St L & P Ry, res 69 Charles. 
Byrnes, see Burns. 

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Cable, see Kahle. 

Cahn, see also Cane, Kain, Kune omcI Kean. 

Cahn Matthias, laborer, res 241 E Jefferson. 

Cain, see also Kane and Kean. 

Cain Jacob, master mechanic F W Jenney Electric Light Co, 

res 189 E Jefferson. 
Cain J E Scott, machinist F W Jenney Electric Light Co, bds 

189 E Jefferson. 
Cain Wm S S, apprentice F W Jenney Electric Light Co, bds 

189 E Jefferson. 

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FORT WATNE DIRECTORY. 121 

Cairns, see also TCarns and Kearns. 

Cairns James T, machinist Penn Co, res 430 Broadway. 

Calbetzor Eli, artificial stone manufacturer, res 277 E Wayne. 

Caldwell David H, despatcher Nickel Plate Ry, res 23' W 
Wayne. 

Caldwell James, res 23 W Wayne. 

Calhoun Miss Josie, milliner Mrs A C Keel, bds 137 Broad- 
way. 

Callaghan John, waiter Edward Seidel & Son, bds 52^ Cal- 
houn. 

Callahan Miss Ann, teacher Hoagland School, bds 83 Williams. 

Callahan David, traveling agent J W Bell, res Findley, Ohio. 

Callahan James T, train despatcher Nickel Plate Ry, bds 92 
W Berry. 

Callahan Patrick, watchman Penn Co, res 90 Fairfield ave. 

Callahan Richard, brakeman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds Ervin 
House. 

Callahan Wm A, bellowsmaker Fort Wayne Organ Co, bds 83 
Williams. 

Callahan Wm G, laborer, res 83 Williams, 

Calmelat Louis, candymaker, bds August LeGraw. 

Camlay Edward, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 303 S Cal- 
houn. 

Camlay Michael, carpenter, res 303 S Calhoun. 

Camp, see also Kanipe. 

Camp Hartman, laborer Penn Co, res 241 Clay. 

Campbell Benjamin F, engineer Penn Co, res 259 W Jefferson. 

Campbell Daniel, foreman blacksmith W, St L & P Ry, res 
53 Brackenridge. 

Campbell Daniel A, civil engineer, bds 53 Brackenridge. 

Campbell Miss Emma J, overallsmaker D S Redelsheimer & 
Co, bds n e cor Clinton and Columbia. 

Campbell Harry, sanitary policeman, res 143 Francis. 

Campbell Lorenzo B, clerk Penn Co, bds 143 Francis. 

Campbell Lydia (wid George B), res 361 E Washington. 

Campbell Mary (wid Charles), domestic e s Short 2 s of Put- 
nam. 

Campbell Mary S (wid Joseph C), bds 81 Brackenridge. 

Campbell Sarah A (wid John), canvasser, res rear 75 Lafay- 
ette. 

Cane, see also Cain, ICain, Kane and Kean. 

Cane Ellen, domestic 21 W Jefferson. 

Canning Wm, latheman Bass F & M Works, bds 59 E Wayne. 

Cannon James, engineer, rooms 13 Chestnut. 

Cantwell Maggie, domestic Harmon House. 

Cantwell Ozias R, conductor G R & I R R, res 314 Harrison. 

^H.C.SITES.82 CALHOUN STREET 



First NStiOnSi B3nk, Lem R? HTrtman/cak^ier. 

122 R. L. POLK & CO.'S 

Cappeller George, mason Roth & Keller, bd^ Fritz's Hotel. 

Caps Rinehold, jeweler 56 E Main, res 464 E Wayne. 

Caps Wm, clerk, bds 464 E Wayne. 

Carberry Henry P, foreman N Y, C & St L Ry, res 18 Bur- 
gess. 

Carey, see also Carry. 

Carey James R (Brackenridge & Carey), rms 105 W Berry. 

Carey Michael, laborer, bds 38 Bass. 

Carey Patrick, laborer Olds' Wagon Works, bds 38 Bass. 

Carey Thomas, laborer, res 38 Bass. 

Carey Thomas jr, laborer, bds 38 Bass. 

Carier August H, Insurance, Real Estate, Collection, 
Loan Agent and Notary Public 1 and 2 Foster Block, res 
178 E Berry. 

Carl, see also Carroll. 

Carl John, cigars and tobacco 39 Calhoun, res 9 Chestnut. 

Carl John, hostler J W Pearse, bds Johnson House, 

Carley John, helper Olds' Wagon Works, res 18 Brandriff. 

Carll George S, cabinetmaker J M Miller, res 433 Lafayette. 

Carll Harriet R (wid Hiram D), i-es 143 Wallace. 

Carll Hiram D, printer, res 78 Putnam. 

Carll Maggie, starcher Troy Steam Laundry, bds 143 Wallace. 

Carmany Rebecca (wid Joseph), res 30 Laselle. 

Carmedy Cornelius, engineer G R & I R R, res 473 Lafayette. 

Carmen Caleb J, machinist Penn Co, res 77 Douglas ave. 

Carmen Charles F, fireman G R &I R R, bds 77 Douglas ave. 

Carmen Henry R, engineer Penn Co, rms 224 Calhoun. 

Carmen James G, fireman Penn Co, bds 32 Chicago. 

Carn, see Karn and Kern.. 

*Carnahan, Hanna & Co (Win L Carnahan, James T 
Hanna, Emmet PI McDonald), Wholesale Boots and Shoes 
76 to 80 Clinton. 

Carnahan John, teamster Fruit House, res 10 W Wayne. 

Carnahan Robert H, bds 119 E Wayne. 

*Carnahan Wm L (Carnahan, Hanna & Co), res 119 E Wayne. 

Carney Maggie, domestic 209 W Jefferson. 

Carpenter Albert, teamster, res 276 E Jefferson. 

Carpenter Dellwood, fireman Nickel Plate Ry, bds 18^ Bur- 
gess. 

Carpenter Dimon L, carpenter Cochrane & Humphrey, res n s 
Putnam 1 w of Hensch. 

Carpenter Warren, assistant engineer Water Works, res 58 N 
Harrison. 

Carr, see also Kerr. 

Carr Miss Georgie, tailoress, bds 33 W Jefferson. 

Carr Joseph, barber 5 Harrison, res 33 W Jefferson. 

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Carray Frank J, laborer Penn Co, res 51 E Creighton ave. 

Carroll, see also Carl. 

Carroll Albert, yardman Robinson House. 

Carroll Denandy, carpenter, bds 24 Colerick, 

Carroll Dominick, fireman Penn Co, bds 227 Lewis. 

Carroll Ida, domestic 96 E Berry. 

Carroll John, bricklayer, res 228 E Washington. 

Carroll John, caller Penn Co, bds 23 Walnut. 

Carroll Margaret (wid Patrick), res 96 W Superior. 

Carroll Mrs ''Margaret, res 22 Walnut. 

Carroll Margaret, domestic 113^Madison. 

Carroll Mary (wid Thomas), res 24 Colerick. 

Carroll Maurice E, helper Bass F & M Works, bds 237 Gay. 

Carroll May, laundress McKinnie House. 

Carroll Patrick B, watchman Bass F & M Works, res 237 
Gay. 

Carroll Patrick J, molder, bds 237 Gay. 

Carroll Philip, conductor Penn Co, bds 51 Baker. 

Carroll Thomas, brakeman Penn Co, bds 38 Chicago. 

Carroll Wm J, pressman Fort Wayne Sentinel, bds 96 W Su- 
perior. 

Carry, see also Carey. 

Carry Adolph, bricklayer, res 25 Hough. 

Carry Edward F (Root & Co), res 50 E Washington. 

Carry Joseph H, blacksmitli P, F W & C Ry, res 153 E Lewis. 

Carry Sarah (wid John), bds 50 E Washington. 

Carry Thomas, blacksmith L B Johns, bds 50 E Washing- 
ton. 

Carson Catherine (wid Oliver), res 135 E Berry. 

Carson John K (Wichman & Carson), res 127 Franklin ave. 

Carson Wm W, lawyer 44 Calhoun, res 95 E Berry. 

Carteaux Alexander, laborer, bds 19 Samuel. 

Carteaux James, boilermaker, res 98 Chicago. 

Carter Charles L (Wm Carter & Son), res n s Riverside ave nr 
Spy Run ave. 

Carter Edward R, helper Penn Co, bds St Charles Hotel. 

Carter George, section worker L S & M S Ry, bds n w cor N" 
Harrison and E 4th 

Carter Isaac, patternmaker, bds n w cor Washington and 
Griffith. 

Carter James, carpenter, res 187 Jackson. 

Carter Mrs Martha, bds 83 Butler. 

Carter Oliver, blacksmith Penn Co, bds St Charles Hotel. 

Carter Rebecca A (wid James W), res w s Miner 1 s of Creigh- 
ton ave. 

Carter Wm (Wm Carter & Son), res 127 E Main. 

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Carter Win & Son (Wm and Charles L), Hot Air Fur- 
naces, Ranges, Mantels and Grates 29 Clinton. {See adv, 

p59.) 
Cartwright Charles, lumber buyer N G Olds & Sons, res 54 E 

Washington. 
Cartwright David P, baggageman G R & I R R, res 69 Baker. 
Cartwright Edward E, spoke driver Olds' Wagon Works, res 

202 Lafayette. 
Cartwright Ella (wid John), res 73 Baker. 
*Cartwright Finis, supei'intendent Olds' Wagon Works, res 194 

E Lewis. 
Cartwright George W, laborer N G Olds & Sons, res 114 

Chicago. 
Cartwright James, teamster, res s e cor E Lewis and Lillie. 
Cartwright John F, res 69 Baker. 
Cary E Theodore, blacksmith, rooms 37 Barr. 
Cary John R, lawyer, rooms 105 W Berry. 
Casanave Francis D, master mechanic Penn Co, res 40 Brack- 

enridge. 
Case Charles A, machinist W, St L & P Ry, bds 3 Pine, 
Case David, carpenter, res 103 Broadway. 
Case Wm H, tinsmith Freiburger Bros, bds 3 Pine. 
Case Wm L, laborer W, St L & P Ry, res 3 Pine. 
Casey Mrs Emma, hair goods 152 Calhoun, I'ooms same. 
Casey John, machinist P, F W & C Ry, res 152J Calhoun. 
Casey Margaret (wid James L), res 22 Murray. 
Cashman John, section foreman L S & M S Ry, res 41 E 4th. 
Cass Louisa (wid Wm), i"es 68 Oakley. 
Cassatt Thomas H, pressman Ft Wayne Sentinel, res 58 W 

Wayne. 
Cassel, see Castle and Kassel. 
Casso Frank A, saloon 267 E Wayne, res same. 
Casteel George, blacksmith, res 206 Hanna. 
Casteel Samuel W, baker W Blase, bds 206 Hanna, 
Casteel Wm, machine hand N G Olds & Sons, bds 206 Hanna. 
Casterline Cassius C, printer Ft Wayne Daily News, res 139 

Lafayette. 
Casterline John P, printer The Gazette, res 64 E Berry. 
Castle, see also Iixtssel. 

Castle Calvin, molder Bass F & M Works, res 358 Hanna, 
Castle Charles, foreman F K Cosgrove jr, bds 18 Maiden Lane. 
Castle Robert, laborer, res e s Glasgow ave n of E Wayne. 
Caswell Frank A, traveling agent Geo DeWald & Co, rooms 

50 W Superior. 
Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception (Catholic), Cathedral 

Square e s Calhoun nr Clinton. 

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FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 125 

Cathedral School, s w cor Clinton and Jefferson. 

Cathner Getto, paintei', res 39 Laselle. 

Catlin Albert P, confectioner 117 E Lewis, res 189 Lafayette. 

Catlin Albert P jr, teamster D N Foster Furniture Co, bds 189 
Lafayette. 

Catlin Catherine (wid Orange), res 189 Lafayette. 

Catlin Mrs Elizabeth M, cigars 154i Calhoun, res 189 Lafay- 
ette. 

Catlin Rufus B, driver O O Danner, bds 189 Lafayette. 

Cattez Julia (wid Joseph), res 15 Samuel. 

Cauchon Mary, domestic 19 E Jefferson. 

Cavanagh, see also Kavanagh. 

Cavanagh James, watchman N Y, C & St L Ry, res 55 Oliver. 

Cavanagh Thomas, blacksmith W, St L & P Ry, bds 6 Kansas. 

Centennial Block, 197 and 199 Broadway. 

Center Spencer H, laborer Penn Co, I'es 19 Charles. 

Centlivre Charles F, superintendent Bottling Works, bds n end 
Spy Run ave. 

*Ceiltlivre Charles L, Proprietor French Brewery & 
Bottling Works n end Spy Run ave, res same. (*S'ee adv^ 

p Q-) 

Centlivre Louis A, Manager French Brewery & Bottling 
Works, res n end Spy Run ave. 

Centlivre's Park, w s Spy Run ave n of canal feeder. 

Central Grammar School, E Wayne bet Callioun and Clinton. 

*Ceiitral Union Telephone Co, H H Matlock Superin- 
tendent, 34 Calhoun. 

Certia Block, w s Calhoun bet Wayne and Berry. 

Certia Jacob (Certia & Mosier), i-es 114 Wells. 

Certia Peter, Saloon 70 Calhoun, rms 116 Wells. 

Certia & Mqsier (Jacob Certia, .John M Mosier), grocery and 
saloon 1 16 Wells. 

Challenger Edward D, clerk P, F W & C Ry, res w s Harmer 
2 s of Hugh. 

Chamberlain Henry, res 40 E Jefferson. 

Chamberlain James C, helper P, F W & C Ry, res 288 E 
Wayne. 

Chamberlain Porter, engineer Olds' Wagon Works, res 71 
Butler. 

Chamberlain Richard C, paperhanger L O Hull, res 163 Clin- 
ton. 

Chamberlain Sarah (wid Wm), bds 24 Brandriff. 

Chamberlain Wm H, clerk Penn Co, bds 40 E Jefferson. 

*Chanibers John D, Physician 80 Calhoun, res 28 Doug- 
las ave. 

Champ, see Shamp. 

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Chandler George E (Payton & Chandler), res 15 W Washing- 
ton. 

Chandler Thomas, brakeman Nickel Plate Ry, bds Whetley C 
Kemp. 

Chapin Augustus A (Chapin & O'Rourke), res 16 Douglas ave. 

Chapin Miss Elizabeth C, teacher Training School, bds 73 N 
Cass. 

Chapin Henry W, engineer N Y, C & St L Ry, res 73 N Cass. 

Chapin Mamie, works Keller Medicine Co, bds 73 N Cass. 

Chapin & O'Rourke (Augustus A Chapin, Wm S 
O'Rourke), Lawyers 62-^ Calhoun. 

Chaplin Miss Alice B, teacher Harmer School, bds 117 W De- 
Waki: 

Chapman Catherine (wid John), res 205 E Washington, 

Chapman Frank, tax collector, rms 65 Williams. 

Chapman George P, tel operator, bds 205 E Washington. 

Chapman George W, teamster Fruit House, res 199 W Wash- 
ington. 

Chapman James C, carpenter, res 65 Williams. 

*Chapinaii Wm P, Agent Adams and American Express 
Go's 102 Calhoun, res 247 W Berry. 

Chase Reuben C, laborer, res 168 Hoffman. 

Chase Stephen W, res 176 Hoffman. 

Chaska Harry E, clerk T Thorwald, res 281 E Washington. 

Chaska Samuel, Dry Goods 72 Calhoun, res 97 W Wayne. 

Chausse John A (Chausse & Yetter), res 35 E Main. 

Chausse & Yetter (John A Chausse, Eli C Yetter), second-hand 
goods 35 E Main. 

Chauvey Bros (Charles and Frank ),wagonmakers 35 E Superior. 

Chauvey Charles (Chauvey Bros), res 51 E Superior. 

Chauvey Charles E, wagonmaker Chauvey Bros, bds 51 E Su- 
perior. 

Chauvey Miss Emma, boarding house 180 Hanna. 

Chauvey Frank (Chauvey Bros), res 150 Clinton. 

Chauvey John B, res 223 E Wayne. 

Cheney James, president Fort Wayne Gas Light Co, res New 
York City. 

Cheney John R, clerk A Martin & Bro, bds 59 W Main. 

Cherry Charles P, clerk, bds 160 E Washington. 

Cherry Clifford, clerk, bds 160 E Washington. 

Cherry Frank M, boilermaker, res 160 E Washington. 

Cherry Howard S, fireman N Y, C & St L Ry, res 115 E Lewis. 

Cherry Wm H, boilermaker W, St L & P Ry, res 70 Baker. 

Chestnut Alexander J, carpenter, bds St Charles Hotel. 

Cheviron Frank, fireman Penn Co, res w s Walton ave 5 s of 
Creighton ave. 

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FOET WAYNE DIREOTORT. 127 

Cheviron Xavier, res 190 E Wayne. 

Childress Miss Catherine, dressmaker 87 Ewing, res same. 

China Bazaar, T L Lintz Proprietor, Crockery and Glass- 
ware 12 E Columbia. 

Chittenden Erastus L, res 69 W Berry. 

Christen John (Gluttinw & Christen), res 30 W Washington. 

Christian Chapel, cor W Jefferson and Griffith. 

Christie George, rimmer N G Olds & Sons, bds 100 Mont- 
gomery. 

Christie James, molder Kerr-Murray Mnfg Co, res 36 Butler. 

Christie John S, engineer Penn Co, res 223 Lafayette. 

Christie Joseph, spoke inspector N G Olds & Sons, res 135 De- 
Wald. 

Christie Miss Mar}' E, teacher, bds Mrs Wm P Christie. 

Christie Win P, macliinist W, St L & P Ry, res 36 Butler. 

Christie Mrs Wm P, confectioner n w cor Hoagland and W 
Creighton aves, res same. 

Christlieb John E, teamster H C Taylor & Co, res 312 Lafay- 
ette. 

Church of God, cor Hoagland ave and DeWald. 

Church of the Good Shepherd, s s Holman bet Calhoun and 
Clinton. 

Church of the Holy Trinity (English Lutheran), s e cor Wayne 
and Clinton. 

Cianciaruli Bernard, musician, bds 264 Calhoun. 

Cianciaruli Frank, musician, bds 264 Calhoun. 

Cianciaruli Joseph, laborer, res 264 Calhoun. 

Cianciaruli Nicholas, musician, bds 264 Calhoun. 

Cincinnati, Richmond & Ft Wayne R R, operated bv Grand 
Rapids & Ind R R. {See G R & I R R.) 

Citizens' Street R R Co, J H Bass president, S B Bond vice- 
president, J M Barrett secretary, FEW Scheimann treas- 
urer, J W Pearse superintendent, office n e cor Calhoun 
and Main. 

City Carriage Works, Dudenhoefer, Daniels & Bucker 
Proprietors, 11 and 13 Clay. 

*City Clerk's Office, Wm W Rockhill, City Hall. 
City Directory, R L Polk & Co Publishers, Detroit, Mich. 

[See adv.) 

City Green House, Charles Auger Proprietor, 16 E Wash- 
ington. {See adv, 2) 79.) 

*City Hall, w s Bai-r bet Berry and Wayne. 

City Pound, F H Woehnker poundmaster, foot of Calhoun. 

*City Treasurer's Office, H C Berghoff Treasurer, City 
Hall. 

Claber Mrs Mary, laundress, res 13 Maiden Lane. 

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Clapper Sinclair (Merillat & Co), res 108 Broadway. 
Clark Allen B (Clark & Donaldson), res 12 Orchard. 
Clark Anna J (wid Joseph), janitor Harmer School, res 52 W 

Lewis. 
Clark George W, brakeman G R & I R R, bds 30 Baker. 
Clark Henry, laborer, bds w s Lafayette 3 s of Wiebke. 
Clark Miss Isa'iel, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 5 Brandriff. 
Clai'k Jacob W, trainmaster Penn Co, res 11 Holman. 
Clark John H, lumber, res 111 W Wayne. 
Clark Joseph M, merchant tailor 34 E Berry, bds Aveline 

House. 
Clark Lewis, Proprietor Oliver House 107 and 109 E 

Columbia, res same. 
Clark Mary, teacher St Joe Township School, bds 52 W Lewis. 
Clark Marvin J, brakeman G R & I R R, res 92 Thomas. 
Clark Mary, domestic 88 E Berry. 

Clark May, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 5 Brandriff. 
Clark Miss M Belle, teacher Hoagland School, bds 154 Griffith. 
Clark Thomas, paperhanger, bds Darrow Hotel. 
Clark Victoria (wid James), nurse 5 Brandriff, res same. 
Clark Wm W, machinist W, St L & P Ry, res 5 Brandriff. 
Clark & Donaldson (Allen B Clark, Eben R Donaldson), white 

bronze monuments 45 W Main. 
Clarke Louis, carpenter, res 231 E Wayne. 
Clary Mary, waiter McKinnie House. 
Claus August, carpet weaver, res 16 Univei'sity. 
Clausmeier Edward F, deputy sheriff, res 157 Montgomery. 
Clauss John C, laborer, res 158 Taylor. 
Clay, see also Kley. 

Clay Henry, molder Bass F & M Works, res 177 Hanna. 
Clay Jacob H (col'd), teamster Kerr-Murray Mnfg Co, res 70 

Chicago. 
Clay School, n w cor E Washington and Clay. 
Clay Miss Virginia A, teacher Hanna School, bds 177 Hanna. 
Cleare John, tinsmith H J Asli, res 20 W 4th. 
Cleare Wm H, sawyer Hoffman Bros, res n w cor W 4th and 

Harrison. 
Cleary Edmund, stone mason, bds 117 Butler. 
Cleary James, helper W, St L & P Ry, bds 1 1 7 Butler. 
Cleary John, helper W, St L & P Ry, bds 164 Butler. 
Cleary John W, foreman Hoosier Mnfg Co, res 295 W Jeffer- 
son. 
Clem Isaiah, fireman G R & I R R, res 105 John. 
Clemence Lizzie, domestic A Sallot. 

Clements Wm, laborer Penn Co freight depot, res 4 Kansas. 
Clifford George, driver C W Jacobs, bds 62 E Main. 

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FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 129 

Cline, see IClein and Kline. 

Clippinger Alexander H, medicine miifr 53 W DeWald, res 
same. 

Clippinger LAM, teacher natural sciences The Fort Wayne 
College, res 323 W Jefferson. 

Close Charles F, molder Bass F & M Works, res 271 E Lewis. 

Close Henry F, laundry, res over 12 E Columbia. 

Close John W, la])orer, res over 14 E Columbia. 

Close Leotus S, clerk, bds 37 Barr. 

Close Mary E (wid Eli), bds 125 Franklin ave. 

Close Wm, mason, rms 37 Barr. 

Cloud Charles, teamster, res 220 Lafayette. 

Cloud Rachael, waiter Aveline House. 

Clatter Anna (wid Casper), res 5 Pearl. 

Coalhead Morris, laborer Wm Moellering, bds Charles Moel- 
lering. 

Coan C Nathaniel, driver H J Ash, res 54 Barr. 

Coates Carrie (wid Francis), res 203 W Washington. 

Cochoit Julia, domestic 141 W DeWald. 

Cochrane John (Cochrane &, Humphrey), res 16 Edsall. 

Cochrane Miss Margaret S, principal Washington School, bds 
16 Edsall. 

Cochrane & Humphrey (John Cochrane, George Hum- 
phrey), Contractors and Builders 100 Pearl. {See adv, 
p 85.) 

Cocks, see Cox and Kocks. 

Cody John H, contractor, res 288 W Main. 

Cody Maurice, iceman, res 67 E Superior. 

Cogan James, conductor Penn Co, bds 31 Hough. 

Cohen Benjamin, machinist W, St L & P Ry, bds 267, W De- 
Wald. 

Cohen Henry, cigarmaker J C Eckert, bds 267 W DeWald. 

Cohen Moses, cigarmaker S Cohen, bds 267 W DeWald. 

Cohen Solomon, cigar mnfr 267 W DeWald, res same. 

Cohlmeyer Edward, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 21 Jones. 

Coldwater Charles, butcher E Rich, res 414 W Jefferson. 

Cole Rose, laundress English Kitchen, bds same. 

Coleman, see also Coolman and Kohlrnan. 

Coleman Rev Benjamin J (col'd), pastor African Methodist 
Church, res 15 Francis. 

Coleman James (col'd), cook, res 60 Chicago. 

Coleman Rachael (col'd), domestic Wm Baldock. 

Coleman Jacob, res 147 E Jeffe son. 

Coleman Theodor , harnessmaker G R Wells, bds 147 E Jef- 
ferson. 

Colerick Miss Antoinette M, res 85 E Jefferson. 

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Colerick Charles E, clerk Peiiri Co freight depot, bds 266 W 

Wayne. 
Colerick'David H, res 88 E Berry. 
Colerick Henry (Colerick & Oppenheim) city attorney, res 

117 E Main. 
Colerick Margaret M (wid Edward F), teacher Washington 

School, bds 266 W Wayne. 
Colerick PliilemOD B (W G & P B Colerick), res 125 

E Main. 
Colerick Walpole G (W G & P B Colerick), res 88 E Berry. 
Colerick W G & P B (Walpole G and Philemon B), 

Lawyers 21 Court. 
Colerick & Oppenlieim (Henry Colerick, Wm S Oppen- 

heim). Lawyers 20 W Berry. 
Colerick's Hall, over 49 and 53 Columbia. 
Collar George W, machinist Bass F & M Works, res 230 E 

Wayne. 
Collar James, laborer, res n s Huron 2 e of S Centre. 
Colling George, laborer Kerr-Murray Mnfg Co, bds 338 Har- 
rison. 
Colling Peter, finisher N G Olds & Sons, res 338 S Harrison. 
Collins Charles, fireman Penn Co, res 171 Madison. 
Collins Miss Elizabeth, teacher Clay School, bds 34 Chicago. 
Collins Dennis, laborer, res 31 Baker. 

Collins John W, machine helper Penn Co, res 192 Hanna. 
Collins Joseph A, laborer, res 104 Madison. 
Collins Lizzie, domestic 320 (>alhoun. 
Collins Margery (wid Charles), res 34 Chicago. 
Collins M Thomas, conductor Penn Co, bds 153 Holman. 
Collins Peter H, brakeman Penn Co, bds 34 Chicago. 
Collins Richard F, engineer G R & I R R, bds 33 E DeWald. 
Collis Adam, machinist Penn Co, res n e cor St Martin and 

Warsaw. 
Colmey Christian, engineer Penn Co, res 361 Lafayette. 
Colson Charles D, clerk, bds 333 W Main. 
Colson Charles E, coachman, bds 233 W Berry. 
Colter Benjamin, bartender I Wilcox, bds 147 Griffith. 
Colton Rachael (wid John), res 284 Harrison. 
Combs Wm, head waiter Robinson House. 

Comfer Alonzo, helper Kerr-Murray Mnfg Co, bds 3 Dawson. 
Coraincavish Felix, gardener, res nr Little River turnpike. 
Comincavish Marshall, machinist Bass F & M Works, res 16 

Madison. 
Commercial House, see Jiich\s Hotel. 
Connjaret Charles M, Shirt Manufacturer 47 Harmer nr 

E Wayne, res same. {See adv, p 75.) 

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Comparet David F, commission, res 59 Erie. 

Comparet Thomas D, clerk L S & M S Ry, bds 59 Erie. 

Comparet Wilford D, clerk Root & Co, bds 59 Erie. 

Compton Jasper, brakemann Penn Co, res 31 Hugh. 

Conahan John J, teamster, res 90 Baker. 

Concordia College (German), R A Bischoff director, Maumee 
road bet Schick st and Lutheran Cemetery. 

Congdon Mrs Johanna L, res 320 E Jefferson. 

Conger Mary O (wid John), bds 103 AV Berry. 

Conklin Charles C, engineer F W, C & L R R, bds 9 N Cal- 
houn. 

Conklin Elizabeth (wid Theodore), res 439 S Broadway. 

Conklin Francis L, teacher Hoagland School, bds 265 W Creigh- 
ton ave. 

Conklin John J, engineer W, St L & P Ry, res 265 W Creigh- 
tou ave. 

Conley Edward, conductor N Y, C & St L Ry, bds n e cor Cal- 
houn and Superior. 

Conley James, wheelmaker Olds' Wagon Works, res 154 Clay. 

Conn Benjamin, switchman, res 194 Madison. 

Conn Benjamin F, brakeman Penn Co, bds 131 Monroe. 

Connable Arthur W (R Connable & Son), bds Aveline House. 

Connable Ral])h (R Connable & Son), res Petoskey, Mich. 

*Connal)le R & Son (Ralph and Arthur W), wholesale fish 57 
E Main. 

Connell, see O' Connell. 

Connelly James, laborer, res 18 Brandriff. 

Connelly Maggie, domestic s s E Lewis opp Division. 

Connelly Michael, laborer Street Commissioner, res 64 Williams. 

Conner, see Connors and O" Conner. 

Connett John, helper W, St L & P Ry, res n s St Mary's river. 

Connett Martin V, blacksmith F W Jenney Electric Light Co, 
res 171 Holman. 

Connett Mealion T, carpenter, res 51 Oakley. 

Connors, see also C Connor. 

Connors Bridget (wid Jeremiah), res 182 Madison. 

Connors Miss Ella, seamstress, bds 195 E Lewis. 

Connors Frank, laborer C S R R Co, bds 262 Calhoun. 

Connors Hannah, domestic 103 W Washington. 

Connors Maurice, machinist, bds 182 Madison. 

Connors Michael, engineer Fire Department, res 60 Clinton. 

Connors Michael, printer The Gazette, bds 251 Webster. 

Conover Alice E (wid Addison V D), res 130 W .Jefferson. 

Conover Henry B, clerk F Eckart, res 225 E Wayne. 

Conover Norton, printer Fort Wayne Sentinel, res 150 E Jef- 
ferson. 

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Conrad George, sewing machines 135 Calhoun, res Goshen road 

2 miles w of city. 
Conrad Mary, domestic 184 W Jefferson. 
Conrad Wm, laborer Wm Moellering, res 201 Taylor. 
Conrady Frederick, laborer Penn Co, bds 43 John, 
Conrady John G, wheel inspector Penn Co, res 43 John. 
Conroy James, blacksmith W, St L & P Ry, res 42 Melita. 
Contant August, machinist W, St L & P Ry, bds Ervin House. 
Conway Anthony, laborer, bds 11 Melita. 

Conway Bernard, laborer Olds' Wagon Works, bds 11 Melita. 
Conway Mrs Catherine, res 11 Melita. 
Conway Edward D, conductor G R & I R R, res 51 Baker, 
Cook, see also Koch. 
Cook Albert H, laborer W, St L & P freight house, res 438 

Broadway. 
Cook Charles O, machinist F W Jenney Electric Light Co, res 

51 Melita. 
Cook Clarence F, Book and Job Printer, Publisher The 
• Weekly Visitor 106 Calhoun, bds 438 Broadway. {Seeadv, 

P 7i,) 
Cook Ernest W, clerk W, St L & P Ry, res 124 Union. 
Cook Frederick C, shoemaker J A Walter, bds Fleming House. 
Cook George G, helper Penn Co, res s e cor Holton ave and 

Fisher. 
Cook John H, fireman N Y, C & St L Ry, res 90 Wilt. 
Cook John M, machine hand Olds' Wagon Works, res 176 Cal- 
houn. 
Cook John S C, letter carrier No 6, res 317 Calhoun. 
Cook Wm, boilermaker R Haniia, bds 311 E Lewis. 
Cook Wm A, printer Gazette job rooms, bds 15 Williams. 
Cool, see also Cull and Kull. 

Cool Oscar F, brakeman Penn Co, res 174 Hoffman. 
Coolican John J, laborer Ft Wayne Organ Co, bds 21 Poplar. 
Coolican Margaret, domestic 188 W Berry. 
Coolican Patrick J, filler Ft Wayne Organ Co, res 21 Poplar. 
Coolman, see also Coleman and Kolilman. 
Coolman John H, contractor, res 262 E Lewis. 
Coom Alonzo, laborer, rras 72 E Main. 
Coom Nathan B, teamster, 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 186 W Berry. 
Coombs Eliza (wid John F), bds 164 Broadway. 
*Coombs John M (Coombs & Co), res 186 W Berry. 
Coombs Joseph, civil engineer, bds 53 W Wayne. 
Coombs Thomas A (Adams & Coombs), bds 53 W Wayne. 

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Coombs Wm H (Coombs, Bell & Morris), res 53 W Wayne. 

*Cooinbs & Co (John M Coombs), Iron and Heavy Hard- 
ware s e cor E Main and Clinton, and Lumber cor Francis 
and Hayden. 

Cooney Patrick, laborer, bds 38 Chicago. 

Coons, see Ixoons and Kuhns. 

Cooper Cornelius, machinist W, St L& P Ry, bds 191 Jackson. 

Cooper Enoch, blacksmith W, St L & P Ry, res 35 Bass. 

Cooper George J, engineer N Y, C & St L Ry, res 365 W Main. 

Cooper Lois A (wid Wm), res 85 Barthold. 

Cooper Miss Lydia, with J V Hover, bds 198 Jackson. 

Cooper Malachi C, Groceries and Provisions 328 S Cal- 
houn, res 461 same. 

Cooper Mary (wid Cornelius), res 191 Jackson. 

Cooper Mary (wid Richard), bds 2 Thomas. 

Cooper Wm P, city editor The Journal, bds 22 W Wayne. 

Cooper Winfield S, machinist W, St L & P Ry, res w s Indi- 
ana s of limits. 

Cope David F, laborer, bds 51 Barr. 

Cope Miss Jennie, bds 32 E Wayne. 

Cope Joseph W, clerk, bds 32 E Wayne. 

Copeland George W, engineer N Y, C & St L Ry, bds Rich's 
Hotel. 

Copernoll John P, clerk W, St L & P Ry, res 150 W Wayne. 

Copp, see also Kopp. 

Copp John P, conductor N Y, C & St L Ry, bds Fremont 
House. 

Corcoran Anthony, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 10 Hough. 

Corcoran Bridget (wid Patrick), res 23 Grand. 

Corcoran John J, printer, bds 10 Hough. 

Corcoran Mary (wid John), res 10 Hough. 

Corcoran Owen H, clerk Dreier & Bro, res e s Harrison 1 s of 
Grand. 

Corcoran Thomas, truckman, res e s Spy Run ave 2 s of Pros- 
pect ave. 

Corn, see Kohyi and Korn. 

Corneille August L, mach hand White's Wheel Works, res 41 
E Superior. 

Corneille Casimir F, clerk, res 51 E Superior. 

Corneille John B, notary public, res 47 E Superior. 

Corneille Joseph F, clerk Dreier & Bro, bds 51 E Superior. 

Corneille Louis J, harnessmaker A L Johns & Co, bds 47 E 
Superior. 

*Cosgrove Franklin K Jr, Livery, Feed and Sale Stable 
13 and 15 Pearl, and Feed Yard opposite, res 103 W Su- 
perior. 



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Costello Martha, domestic 157 W Berry. 

Costigan Catherine (wid Daniel), bds 66 Leith. 

Cothrell Albert N, driver Adams Express Co, res 208 Lafay- 
ette. 

Cothrell Allen B, brakeman N Y, C & St L Rv, bds 33 Monroe. 

Cothrell Alvin D, brakeman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds 43 Wells. 

Cothrell Andrew J, bds 58 Nelson. 

Cothrell Ann (wid Newell), res 33 Monroe. 

Cothrell Charles, switchman Penn Co, res 132 Lafayette. 

Cothrell Edith M, teacher Washington School, bds 58 Nelson. 

Cothrell Jared, fireman Penn Co, res 58 Nelson. 

Cothrell Quinton, res 58 Nelson. 

Cothrell R Etta, teacher Jefferson School, bds 58 Nelson. 

Cothrell Wm D, res w s Ewing 1 s of Berry. 

Couderat John, laborer Penn Co, res 305 Hanna. 

Coughlin Jerome M, molder Bass F ife M Works, bds 189 
Madison. 

Coughlin Mary (wid Jeremiah), res 189 Madison. 

*County Clerk's Office, W D Maier clerk. Court House. 

*County Jail, n end of Calhoun. 

Cour Alexander, circulator Ft Wayne Journal, bds 261 E 
Washington. 

Cour Claude J A, res 261 E Washington. 

Cour Eugene, stoker Ft W Gas Light Co, res 19 Buchanan. 

Cour Frank, blacksmith L C Zollinger, res 326 E Jefferson. 

Cour Frank J, bartender James Summers, bds same. 

Cour Henry, feeder The Gazette, bds 261 E Washington. 

Cour Mary, domestic 160 E Wayne. 

Cour Mary, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 261 E Washing- 
ton, 

Cour Victoria, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 107 W 
Berry. 

Cour Wm A, collector, bds 261 E Washington. 

Cour Wm H, laborer Penn Co, bds 241 E Washington. 

*Court House, e s Calhoun bet Main and Berry. 

Courter Charles A, plasterer, res n s Hugh w of 4 Harmer. 

Covault Wm M, clerk, res 72 Madison. 

Coverdale Asahel S (Pierce & Coverdale), res cor N Harrison 
and 3d. 

Covert Martin, teamster Wilding & Son, res 1 Bass. 

Covert Wm C, conductor N Y, C & St L Ry, res 50 W Wash- 
ington. 

Covey Wm H, printer Newspaper Union, bds Fleming House. 

Cowen Edward, assistant tel operator P, F W & C Ry, bds 27 
E Lewis. 

Cowen John, engineer Penn Co, bds 56 Williams. 

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Cowen Mark R, engineer Penn Co, res cor Wallace and Clay. 

Cox, see also ITocks. 

Cox Miss Elizabeth, bds 136 E Lewis. 

Cox Miss Emma, bds n s Wayne S w of Fairfield ave. 

Cox Enoch, storekeeper Penn Co, res 181 E Lewis. 

Cox John, laborer, res 183 Hanna. 

Cox .Joseph H, fireman Penn Co, res 153 Montgomery. 

Cox Miss .Julia, dressmaker, bds 181 Hanna. 

Cox Patrick E, plumber A Hattersley & Sons, bds 1 83 Hanna. 

Cowan Robert, engineer P, F W & C Ry, res 37 Clay. 

Cox Miss Winifred, bds O H Corcoran. 

Coyle J David, dentist 108 Calhoun, bds 19 E Jefierson. 

Crabell Levi, fireman G R & I R R, res 107 John. 

Crack, see Krack. 

Craft, see Kraft. 

Cragg Charles, weaver, res 143 Taber, 

Cragg Thomas, foreman wheelroom N G Olds & Sons, res e s 

Monroe 3 s of Wallace. 
Craig Andrew, carpenter, res s w cor Boone and Centre. 
Craig Atchison D, inspector Rhinesmith & Simonson, res n s 

Horace 2 e of Thomas. 
Craig Christian, engineer Penn Co, res 303 Calhoun. 
Craig James C, conductor Penn Co, rms 94 Calhoun. 
Craig .John, carpenter, res 345 W Main. 
Craig Milton, laborer, bds 262 Calhoun. 
Craig Sidney P, engineer Penn Co, rms 94 Calhoun. 
Craigh Michael, engineer Penn Co, res 112 Force. 
Cramer, see also Kramer. 
Cramer Charles B, machinist Bass F & M Works, bds 223 E 

Jefferson. 
Cramer David, engineer G R & I R R, res 3d cor Simons. 
Cramer Eli, engineer Penn Co, res 223 E Jefferson. 
Cramer Frederick, helper Cochrane & Humphrey, bds 104 St. 

Mary's ave. 
Cramer John F, pres The Newspaper Union, res Milwaukee, 

Wis. 
Cramer Marcus, laborer Penn Co, bds 11 Colerick. 
Cramer Solomon, carpenter, res 11 Colerick. 
Cran Alice, works Keller Medicine Co, bds 398 S Calhoun. 
Cran Charles, raolder Bass F & M Works, res 39 Force. 
Cran Charles jr, bds 398 S Calhoun. 
Cran Robert, foreman raolder Bass F & M Works, res 398 S 

Calhoun. 
Crance, see also Kranz. 
Crance David F, finisher N G Olds & Sons, res n w cor Hanna 

and Pontiae. 



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Crance Edward J, finisher N G Olds & Sons, res 106 Gay. 

Crance George W, laborer N GOlds & Sons, res n w cor Smith 
and Creighton ave. 

Crance James, laborer Street Commissioner, res 104 Gay. 

Crance Mary, domestic 30 W Washington. 

Crance Pritchard, laborer, res 86 Thomas. 

Crance Wm H, finisher White's Wheel Works, res 86 Thomas. 

Crane Eugene T, varnisher Ft Wayne Organ Co, bds 145 Fair- 
field ave. 

Crane George D, lawyer 44 Calhoun, res 215 W Wayne. 

Crane John J, boilermaker W, St L & P Ry, bds 145 Fairfield 
ave. 

Crane Maria (wid Owen), res 145 Fairfield ave. 

Crane Wm M, res 235 W Washington. 

Crane Miss Winnie, bds 207 Calhoun. 

Cranston Alice (wid John), res 46 E Jefferson. 

Cranston James, engineer N Y, C & St L Ry, bds 46 E Jeffer- 
son. 

Cranston John W, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 46 E Jefferson. 

Crause, see also Grouse. 

Crause Augusta, housekeeper 251 W Main. 

Craw Edward L, clerk D C Fisher, res 71 W Wayne. 

Crawford Frank, plasterer, bds 96 E Lewis. 

Crawford George L, laborer, res 12 Lafayette. 

Crawford John T, carpenter, res w s Harmer 4 s of Hugh. 

Crawford Martin, helper Penn Co, res 45 Grant. 

Crawford Montgomery H, bds 386 E Washington. 

Crawley Thomas, helper Penn Co, res 60 Williams. 

Creagh Annie, cook S W Harmon. 

Creigh Michael, engineer W, St L & P Ry, res 112 Force. 

Cress, see Kress. 

*Cressler Alfred D, mngr Kerr-Murray Mnfg Co, res 141 W 
Berry. 

Cretzer Alonzo W, broommaker R Gage, bds 21 Melita. 

Cretzer Elizabeth (wid David), res 21 Melita. 

Cretzer Henrietta (wid John), res 80 Baker. 

Cretzer Henry N, laborer, bds 21 Melita. 

Cretzer Jeremiah R, broommaker, bds 21 Melita. 

Cretzer Julius A, porter Aveline House. 

Cretzer Leona, domestic 58 McClellan. 

Crick Reuben W, carpenter, res 185 W DeWald. 

Crighton John S, teamster Bass F & M Works, bds 88 Force. 

Crighton Thomas C, clerk Kerr-Murray Mnfg Co, res 40 Mc- 
Clellan. 

Crighton Wm, supt Kerr-Murray Mnfg Co, res 49 Bracken- 
ridge. 



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Crighton Wm jr, draughtsm'an Kerr-Murray Mnfg Co, bcls 49 
Brackenridge. 

Crimmons Dennis, fireman Penn Co, res 46 Buchanan, 

Crimmons Maggie, dishwasher McKinnie House. 

Criss George (col'd), coachman 106 W Berry. 

Crist John, brakeman G R & I R R, res 413 Lafayette. 

Crist Harvey, laboi'er J Hughes & Co, bds 82 Hanna, 

Croffard, see Cr cm ford. 

Cromar, see Kroemer. 

Cromwell Bros (Charles and Clarence), Manufacturers 
Chair Stuff, Banisters, Etc 159 W Main. 

CromAvell Charles (Cromwell Bros), res cor Van Buren and 
Jefferson. 

Cromwell Clarence (Cromwell Bros), bds 224 W Berry. 

Cromwell David H, tel operator N Y, C & St L Ry, bds 49 E 
Jefferson. 

Cromwell Joseph C, lumber 26 Court, res 211 W Jefferson. 

Cromwell Joseph W, lumber, res 224 W Berry. 

Crone, see Krohn. 

Cropp, see Kropp. 

Crosby Agnes M (wid John), bds 166 W DeWald. 

Crosby Ann (wid Francis G),bds w s Fairfield ave 1 sof Pontiac. 

Crosby Charles, barber Charles Ostman, bds 111 W DeWald. 

Crosby Edwin G, machinist W, St L & P Ry, bds 111 W De- 
Wald. 

Crosbv George T, machinist W, St L & P Ry, res 111 W De- 
Wald. 

Crosby Hiram O, clerk W, St L & P Ry, res e s Calhoun 4 n 
of Killea. 

Crosby Mary (wid Nathan G), res 70 Dawson. 

Cross Charles W, machinist Penn Co, bds 23 E Jefferson. 

Crouse, see also Crause. 

Crouse Barbara (wid Charles F), res w s Begue 1 n of E Wayne. 

Crouse Charles R, teamster, res w s Begue 1 n of E Wayne. 

Crput, see also Kront. 

Crout Elizabeth (wid Louis E), res 27 E Main. 

Crow James A, contractor 286 E Jefferson, res same. 

Crow Julian, farmer, bds s s Pontiac 4 e of Hoagland ave. 

Croxon Worthy A, bookkeeper Kerr-Murray Mnfg Co, res 166 
Lafayette. 

Croy John B, brakeman G R & I R R, bds 270 Calhoun. 

Crull, see also Rrull. 

Crull August, teacher Concordia College, res college grounds. 

Cruse, see also Kraus and Kruse. 

Cruse Detnietrus A, tuck pointer, res s e cor Pontiac and La- 
fayette. 

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Crystal Billiard Hall and Saloon, C W Kline Pro- 
prietor, 242 Calhoun. 
Cubberly Lewis P, traveling agent CDC Huestis, res Marion, 

Ind. 
Cuckoo, see Kuchuck and Kukuk. 
Cull, see also Cool and Kull. 
Cull Catherine (wid Cornelius), res 89 Baker. 
Cull Dennis, wood carver Ft Wayne Organ Co, bds 89 Baker. 
Cull Edward, laborer, res 94 Chicago. 
Cull James, laborer, bds 89 Baker. 

Cull Patrick J, brakeraan W, St L & P Ry, bds 89 Baker. 
Cull Thomas, engineer W, St L & P Ry, bds 89 Baker. 
Cullison Charles E, fireman G R & I R R, res 20 Buchanan. 
Cummerow Rudolph M, bartender J G Strodel, res 18 Marion. 
Cummings Jeremiah, brakeman Penn Co, res 316 Lafayette. 
Cummings Judith L (wid Theodore), bds 29 Grand. 
Cummings Rachael, cook 29 E Main. 

Cummings Thomas J T, agent Wm Hewitt, res 29 Grand. 
Cunard, see Kunerd. 
Cunion Nicholas, farmer, res s s Elizabeth 1 w of Spy Run 

ave. 
Cunningham Robert, tower builder Star Iron Tower Co, bds 

92 E Superior. 
Curdes Louis F, tuner Ft Wayne Organ Co, res n e s organ 

factory. 
Curran see also Karn and Kern. 
Curran Forrest V, felt roofer, bds 227 E Lewis. 
Curran Glen W, clerk, bds 227 E Lewis. 
Curran Wm H, carpenter, res 227 E Lewis. 
Current John, laborer, bds n s Wayne Trace 1 e of New Haven 

road. 
Current Sylvanus S, carpenter Penn Co, res n s Wayne Trace 

1 e of New Haven road. 
Currier Augustus C, operator W U Telegraph Co, bds Spy Run 

ave. 
Currier Chai-les H, operator W U Telegraph Co, res w s Spy 

Run ave 2 s of Riverside ave. 
Currier John L, operator W U Telegraph Co, res Spy Run 

ave. 
Currier Oliver (col'd) waiter, rms 60 Chicago. 
Curry Wm T, yardmaster Penn Co, res w s Lillie 2 s of Creigh- 

ton ave. 
Curtice John F, pres and treas Standard Mnfg Co, res 142 

Montgomery. 
Curtis Caleb, blacksmith Bass F & M Works, res s s Pontiac 

nr P, F W & C Ry. 

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Curtis Edmond M, salesman Singer Mnfg Co, bds 3 McClellan. 

Curtis Louis, laborer, bds 3 McClellan. 

Curtis Samuel, agent Penn Co, bds Union House. 

Curtis Samuel H, porter CDC Huestis, res n e cor Clinton 
and DeWald. 

Curtis Wm, brakeman Nickel Plate Ry, bds John Brendel. 

Cushing Daniel, tel operator, bds 46 Chicago. 

Cushing Michael, brakeman G R & I R R, bds 28 Murray. 

Cushing Timothy J, engineer G R & I R R, res 28 Murray. 

Cussins Sylvester M, painter, rms 161 Webster. 

Cvister House, Gerson Scherzinger Proprietor, 16 and 18 
W Main. [See adv, p 75.) 

Cutler George L, artist, res 70 Melita. 

Cutler Mary, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 65 Williams. 

Cutler Wm M, timber dealer, res e s Wabash ave 1 s of E Wash- 
ington. 

Cutshall Miss Eva M, teacher, bds 36 Hough. 

Cutshall John E, bartender Wm Geistdoerfer, bds 20 Calhoun. 

Cutshall Joseph H, engineer, res 103 Wilt. 

Cutshall Wm H, laborer, res 36 Hough. 



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Daeger Maggie, domestic 197 E Wayne. 

Dagetz Charles, laborer Street Commissioner, res 13 Harrison. 

Dagetz Frank, carpenter Street Commissioner, res 13 Harrison. 

Dahman John, driver, res 40 Chicago. 

Dahman John W, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 65 Williams. 

Dailey Wm H, fireman W, St L & P Ry, bds 45 Locust. 

Daily Charles E, machinist W, St L & P Ry, bds 138 Fulton. 

Daily James W, fireman W, St L & P Ry, bds 138 Fulton. 

Daily Laura A (wid Dr James W), res 138 Fulton. 

Dakitz Barbara, domestic 37 Miner. 

Daley Michael, brakeman Penn Co, bds Sullivan House. 

Daley Thomas, molder, bds Driscoll House. 

Dailey Samuel J, steward Aveline House, rms 47 Bass, 

Dalman Charles R, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 141 W Su- 
perior. 

Dalman Frederick, res 116 Williams. 

*Dalmail John, County Treasurer, Oftice Court House, res 
304 W Washington. 

Dalrymple Charles, runner N G Olds & Sons, bds 274 E Wayne. 

Dalton Edmund, carpenter Cochrane & Humphrey, res 32 Wilt. 

Dalton Miss Frank, bds e s Short 2 s of Putnam. 

Dalton James, laborer, res 64 Williams. 

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Dal ton James, laborer W, St L&P Ky, res 19 Brandriff, 

Dalton John E, bookkeeper Golden & Monahan, bds 32 Wilt. 

Daly George, fireman L S & M S Ry, bds 72 N Cass. 

Daly Mary C (wid Wm G), res 41 Webster. 

Dame Edward H, clerk F L Jones & Co, bds 152 E Berry. 

Dame Frederick, feeder Newspaper Union, bds 155 High. 

Damman John, driver C S R R Co, res 40 Chicago. 

Dammeier August, laborer, res s s Eckert 3 e of Hanna. 

Dammeier Wm, res 63 Douglas ave. 

Dammeyer Henry, blacksmith P, F W & C Ry, res 201 Ewing. 

Dando Arthur P, clerk Harmon House. 

Danehy Philip, wiper Penn Co, res 83 Holman. 

Danf orth Ruf us A, fireman P, F W & C Ry, res 44 Lavina. 

Daniels Frank R, bookkeeper Dudenhoefer, Daniels & Bucker, 
bds 77 E Berry. 

Daniels Martha, domestic 22 W Wayne. 

Daniels Samuel S (Dudenhoefer, Daniels & Bucker), res 77 E 
Berry. 

Dannahy Cornelius, laborer W, St L & P Ry, res 70 Force. 

Danneberg George, laborer, res n e cor E Lewis and McCul- 
loch. 

Dannecker Max, printer F C Heitz, rrasl3 E Main. 

*Danner Orlando, laundry 60 Superior, res same. 

Danner Robert, conductor G R & I R R, res 96 Montgomery. 

Daring John, laborer Wm Moellering, bds Ervin House. 

Darker George U, clerk Bass F & M Works, bds 77 Butler. 

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

Darling Joseph L, clerk, rms 56 E Wayne. 

Darlington George L, superintendent's clerk G R & I R R, res 
78 Brackenridge. 

Darrow House, 248 Calhoun. 

Darrow James R, res 213 E Wayne. 

Darrow Jesse B, printer Newspaper Union, bds 213 E Wayne. 

Darrow Margaret (wid Milton W), bds 213 E Wayne. 

Darst Charles, res 102 Chicago. 

Darst Charles jr, laborer, bds 102 Chicago. 

Darst Wm, clerk, bds 102 Chicago. 

Daseler Caroline, domestic 275 W Jefferson. 

Daseler Christian L, helper P, F W & C Ry, bds 163 Mont- 
gomerj\ 

Daseler Conrad C, machinist Penn Co, res 211 Madison. 
Daseler Frederick, helper P, F W & C Ry, bds 163 Mont- 
gomery. 

Daseler Henry, laborer, res 163 Montgomery. 

Daseler Henry C, laborer P, F W & C Ry, bds 163 Montgom- 
ery. 

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Daseler Henry J, helper W, St L & P Ry, bds 178 Barr. 

Daseler Sophia, domestic 135 E Berry. 

Dau Frederick, carpenter Penn Co, res 505 Hanna. 

Daugherty, see also Doughertn. 

Daugherty Alfred, letter carrier No 8, res 227 Wells. 

Daugherty Charles J S, laborer, bds 76 Putnam, 

Daugherty Mary (wid John), res 76 Putnam. 

Daugherty Maiy (wid Thomas), res 18 Brandriff, 

Daugherty Michael, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 18 Brand- 
riff. 

Daugherty Ulysses E, clerk, bds 227 Wells. 

Daugorth Robert A, fireman Penn Co, bds 44 Lavina. 

Davenport Charles, engineer Rhinesmith & Simonson, res 339 
Lafayette. 

Davenport Wm I, clerk G R Bowen, bds 339 Lafayette. 

Davern Mrs Jennie, boarding house 14 Force. 

Davis Albert, engineer P, F' W & C Ry, rms 36 Baker. 

Davis Alfred, carpenter, res 87 Montgomery. 

Davis Amos, messenger, bds 148 E Lewis. 

Davis Annie, domestic Ft Wayne City Hospital. 

Davis Arthur A, carpenter Penn Co, res 87 Montgomery. 

Davis August O, brakeman Penn Co, bds 219 Lafayette. 

Davis Blanche, tel operator Telephone Co, bds 148 E Lewis. 

Davis Charles, laborer, bds 87 Montgomery. 

Davis Charles E (Davis & Bro), res 262 E Wayne. 

Davis Edward T, foreman Penn Co freight depot, res 127 E 
Washington. 

Davis Edwin G, foreman N G Olds & Sons, res 290 E Wayne. 

Davis Eliza (wid Amos), res 148 E Lewis. 

Davis Emma (wid Samuel T), res 88 Superior. 

Davis Frank, clerk, bds 64 Wall. 

Davis George W, confectioner, res 64 Wall. 

Davis Hezekiah M, laborer, res 106 Madison. 

Davis John, laborer Penn Co, bds 87 Montgomery. 

Davis Joseph, tinner, bds 13 W Wayne. 

Davis Marion E, confectionery 71 E Main, res 64 Wall. 

Davis Reuben, brakeman N Y, C & St L Ry, res 130 Wilt. 

Davis Samuel T, res 88 W Superior. 

Davis Thomas A, apprentice Jenney Electric Light Co, bds 308 
E Wayne. 

Davis Vill Roy, brakeman N Y, C & St L Ry, res 130 Wilt. 

Davis Wesley T, engineer N G Olds & Sons, res 308 E Wayne. 

Davis Wilbur E, yardmaster Penn Co, rms 23 E Jefferson. 

Davis Wm A, engineer Penn Co, res 36 Baker. 

Davis Wm H (Davis & Bro), proprietor Empire Box Factory, 
res 177 E Jefferson. 

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Davis & Bro (Charles E and Wm H), Bookbinders and 

Blank Book Mnfrs 28 and 30 E Main. 
Daw, see Dau, 

Dawkins Miss Ellen A, res 96 W Wayne, 
Dawson Amanda M (wid John W), res 140 E Berry. 
Dawson Andrew J, conductor Penn Co, bds 46 Chicago. 
Dawson Charles M, prosecuting attorney 20 E Berry, res 76 

Lafayette. 
Dawson John, laborer, res s s Boone 3 e of Osage. 
Dawson John B, fireman Penn Co, res 44 Charles. 
Dawson J Wallace, bds 240 W Washington. 
Dawson Michael, watchman Nickel Plate Ry, res 46 Chicago. 
Day Charles A, painter H Day, bds 137 W Superior. 
Day Ella, domestic 39 W Lewis. 

Day Henry D, painter Horton Mnfg Co, res 137 W Superior. 
Day John, brakeman W, St L & P Ry, res 39 Grand. 
Deagan Edward, laborer Penn Co, res 52 Leith. 
Deagan Frank E, machine hand Penn Co, bds 185 Hanna. 
Deagan John, blacksmith Penn Co, res 185 Hanna. 
Deagan Patrick, heater Penn Co, res 152 E Lewis. 
Deagan Thomas J, clerk Penn Co, bds 20 Douglas ave. 
Deagan Wm, cashboy M Koch, bds 152 E Lewis. 
Deak, see Dick and Diek. 
Deal Sarah (wid Peter), res rear 73 High. 
Deardorff Osro, dairyman, res e s Lillie 3 s of E Lewis. 
DeBrant Frank P, painter L B Johns, bds 213 E Wayne. 
Debrow, see Durbrov). 

Decker Jacob, nurse Ft Wayne City Hospital. 
Dedierjohn August, filer White's Wheel Works, res 140 Mau- 

mee road. 
Dedierjohn Joseph, grocer 102 Maumee road, res 104 same. 
Dedolph Wm, bartender Christ Newcomer, res 202 Francis. 
Degitz Charles, laborer, res 15 Colerick. 
Degitz Charles, helper Bass F & M Works, res 160 Force. 
Degitz Frank, helper Bass F & M Works, bds 72 Leith. 
Degitz Louis, watchman W, St L & P Ry, bds 15 Colerick. 
Degnan Thomas, brakeman Penn Co, bds 12 Chicago. 
Degratterey James, clerk Morgan & Beach, res 90 E Lewis. 
Dehart Wm, clerk Fruit Store, bds 23 West. 
DeHaven Harrison D, machinist Penn Co, res 107 Holman. 
DeHaven Perry N, tailor J M Clark, bds Fleming House. 
DeHaven Sarah (wid Abraham), res 288 W Jefi^erson. 
Dehne Ernest D A, patternmaker Penn Co, res 110 Gay. 
Dehne Minnie, domestic 54 E Waj'^ne. 
Deick Sophronia, domestic 143 Griffith. 
Deidrich, see Diederick. 

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Deigleraann Anna, housekeeper 156 W Jeffei'son. 

Deihl, see also Diehl. 

Deihl Charles H, carpenter, bds 23 Erie. 

Deihl Hugh M, chief of police, res 49 Harraer. 

Deither, see Diether. 

Delagrange Frank, carpenter N G Olds & Sons, res 68 Laselle. 

Delagrange Frank J E, clerk John Wessel jr, bds 273 Hanna. 

Delaney Jaraes, soapmaker Summit City Soap Co, bds Joseph 
D Lewis. 

Delaney John, laborer, bds 51 Barr, 

Delano Elizabeth D (wid Thomas), tailor P Baumann, res cor 
Barr and Wayne. 

Delano Timothy, porter Tremont House. 

Delano Timothy, ))ressraan Sentinel, bds 76 E Wayne, 

DeMaulpied Martin, conductor Penn Co, bds 11 W Jeffer- 
son. 

Demuth Louis, brakeman W, St L & P Ry, bds St Charles 
Hotel. 

Denahy James, engineer Ct R & I R R, res 10 Bass. 

Denahy John, engineer Penn Co, res 37 Baker. 

Denahy Michael, painter Penn Co, res 12 Bass. 

Denio Cordelia (wid Wra), bds 146 Wallace. 

Denner John, laborer Horton Mnfg Co, res 379 W Main. 

Denner Joseph, tanner, res s s W Main 3 e of Muncie railway. 

Dennis F Christian, laborer Olds' Wagon Works, res 63 
Buchanan. 

Dennis Michael, saloon 74 E Columbia, res same. 

Dennison Miss Georgia L, teacher Training School, bds John 
Dennison. 

Dennison John, foreman woodworker L B Johns, res e s Spy 
Run ave 1 s of Elizabeth. 

Deppen August, clerk M N Webber, res 101 Clay. 

Deprez Mary, ironer Troy Steam Laundry, bds 73 Laselle. 

Deprez Rosa, works Keller Medicine Co, bds 73 Laselle. 

Deprez Victor, laborer, res 73 Laselle. 

Deprez Wm, machinist, bds 73 Laselle. 

Derbyshire Samuel J, student, bds 309 W Jefferson. 

Derheimer Joseph (Boltz cfe Derheiraer), res 241 E Lewis. 

Derling Ernest, laborer F W, C & L R R, bds 184 Greeley. 

Dermer Annie, teacher German Reform School, res 157 W 
Washington. 

Dermer Eliza, weaver French, Hanna & Co, bds 157 W Wash- 
ington. 

Dermer Lydia, clerk, res 157 W Washington. 

DeRome Charles, helper Star Iron Tower Co, bds 82 Barr. 

DeRome Solomon, res 82 Barr. 

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Dessauer L & Co (Isaac Trauerman), Cigar Manufactur- 
ers 23 Calhoun. 

Dessauer Yetta (wid Louis), res 90 W Main. 

Desser Joseph, harnessrnaker A L Johns & Co, res 38 Clay. 

Dettmer Emma, domestic 125 E Main. 

Deturk Lebanon, teamster F Hake & Co, res 57 W 3d. 

Detzer August J (Detzer & Bro), rms 18 Brackenridge. 

Detzer Gustav G, messenger First National Bank, bds 76 Brack- 
enridge. 

Detzer Martin F (Detzer & Bro), res 260 Calhoun. 

Detzer & Bro (Martin F and August J), Druggists 260 
Calhoun. 

Deuter John M, tailor, res 105 High. 

Deuter John M, stonecutter Roth & Keller, res 103 High. 

Deuter John M jr, stonecutter, res 103 High. 

Deutsch Azelia (wid Morris), i-es 143 W Berry. 

Devany Edward M, polisher White's Wheel Works, bds 76 
Baker. 

Devany Martin, laborer Street Commissioner, i-es 76 Baker. 

Devany Wm, fireman Penn Co, bds 76 Baker. 

Devaux Edward F, clerk, bds 23 Laselle. 

Devaux Felice (wid Xavier), res 23 Laselle. 

Devaux Miss Mary F, dressmaker 23 Laselle, res same. 

Devendorf Harris E, tel operator, bds 70 Douglas ave. 

Devenport, see Dave)Wort. 

De Vere Miss Clara, varnisher, bds e s Short 2 s of Putnam. 

De Vilbis Thomas, carpenter, bds 264 E Creighton ave. 

Devlin John, res 8 N Cass. 

Devlin Wra, res 67 N Cass. 

DeWald Anthony, clerk George DeWald & Co, bds 128 Fair- 
field ave. 

DeWald Miss Caroline L, bds DeWald Square. 

DeWald Catherine, St Joseph's Hospital. 

DeWald Elizabeth, domestic 103 W Berry. 

DeWald Frank, molder Bass F & M Works, res 4 Locust. 

*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 left to}) lines and front 
edge.) 

DeWald Henry, Tinner 82 Ban-, res 141 same. 

DeWald Miss Mary E, bds DeWald Square. 

DeWald Nicholas, grocer 406 S Calhoun, reS 404 same. 

DeWald Robert W T, clerk Geo DeWald & Co, bds DeWald 
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Dewan Catherine (wid Michael), res 16 Chicago. 
Dewati John, machinist, bds 16 Chicago. 
Dewan Philip, switchman Penn Co, bds 16 Chicago. 
Dewan Thomas, fireman Penn Co, bds 16 Chicago. 
Dexter John, fireman Penn Co, res 67 Brackenridge. 
Dexter Wm, fireman Penn Co, res 67 Brackenridge, 
Dial Oliver E, fireman W, St L & P Ry, res 274 W Jeffer- 
son. 
Dick, See also Diek. 
Dick Anna, domestic 72 W Wayne. 

Dick Miss Annie B, teacher Hanna School, bds 85 Butler. 
Dick Daniel, engineer G R & I R R, res 85 Butler. 
Dick David, laborer Wm Moellering, res s w cor Thomas and 

Pontiac. 
Dick Miss Mary E, teacher Hoagland School, bds 85 Butler. 
Dicke Frederick, grocer 29 Smith, res same. 
Dicke Henry, Grocer 119 E Lewis, res 192 same, 
Dickerson Frank (col'd), pressman Ft Wayne Daily News, bds 

33 W Lewis, 
Dickerson Jefferson, res 19 Lafayette 
Dickerson Sarah (wid Andrew) (col'd), res 33 W Lewis, 
Dickey Clarence, clerk S F Swayne, bds 278 W Berry, 
Dickey John, machinist W, St L & P Ry, bds w s Calhoun 1 

n of Leith. 
Dickey Robert (M Diehl & Co), res w s Calhoun 1 n of Leith. 
Dickins©n Philemon, with D H Baldwin & Co, res 58 McClen- 

nan. * 

Dickmeyer, see also Diekmeyer. 
Dickmeyer Herman, coachman Elizabeth Rudisill. 
Dicks, see Dix. 
Dickson, see also Dixon. 
Dickson Cora, tel operator Central Union Telephone Co, bds 

Windsor Hotel. 
Dickson James M, engineer Penn Co, res 73 Brackenridge. 
Dickson Lot, conductor Penn Co, res 60 Brackenridge. 
Didier Abel F, clerk A J Dittoe & Co, bds 66 E Columbia. 
Didier Frank, res 410 E Wayne. 
Didier Joseph H, roofer, bds 410 E Wayne. 
Didierjohn, see I)edierjohti. 
Didion Martin A, Proprietor Tremont House 15 and 17 

W Columbia. {See ado, jj 89.) 
Diebold Henry, porter Louis Fox, res 64 Boone. 
Diebold Catherine (wid Joseph), res 275 E Washington. 
Diebold Joseph jr, foreman Penn Co, res 275 E Washington. 
Dieckman Julius, servant 22 W Washington. 
Dieckmeyer, see Dickmeyer and Diekmeyer. 

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Diederich Henry W, teacher Concordia College, res same. 

Diehl, see also Deihl. 

Diehl Michael (M Diehl & Co), res 6 Melita. 

Diehl M & Co (Michael Diehl, Robert Dickey), Wholesale 

and Retail Dealers in Glass, Tinware, Rags, Metal, Etc 209 

Calhoun. 
Diehler John, laborer, res 201 Hanna. 
Diehn George, heater Penn Co, res w s Lafayette 6 s of Pon- 

tiac. 
Diehn Henry, laborer J A Koehler, bds w s Lafayette 6 s of 

Pontiac. 
Diek, see also Dick. 

Diek John H, laborer Wm J J Geake, res 188 W Washington. 
Diekraeyer, see also Dickmeyer. 
Diekmeyer Charles, brickmason, res 100 Wilt. 
Diekmeyer Ferdinand, blacksmith Penn Co, res 95 Wilt. 
Diekmeyer Wm, engineer Penn Co, res 14 Hood. 
Diekraeyer Wm, fireman, res 168 Greeley. 
Diem Ciaarles, accordeon maker, res 86 Barr. 
Dienhart Barbara, St Joseph's Hospital. 
Dierkes Adolph, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 257 Hanna. 
Dierkes Anthony, finisher N G Olds & Sons, bds 73 Buchanan. 
Dierkes August, finisher N G Olds & Sons, bds 96 Laselle. 
Dierkes Catherine (wid Frederick W), res 74 Barthold. 
Dierkes Mary (wid August), res 94 Laselle. 
Dierstein Fredericka (wid Christian), res 4 Fairfield ave. 
Dierstein George C, upholsterer D N Foster Furniture Co, 

bds 4 Fairfield ave. 
Dierstein Henry, Saloon 28 W Main, bds 4 Fairfield ave. 
Dierstein Jacob, varnisher Ft Wayne Organ Co, bds 344 Broad- 
way. 
Dierstein Mary, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 4 Fairfield 

ave. 
Dierstein Philip C, upholsterer Peters' Box & Lumber Co, bds 

36 Fairfield ave. 
Dierstein Samuel, Saloon 36 Fairfield ave, res same. 
Dierstein Sophia (wid Henry), res 336 Harrison. 
Diether Charles, res 128 Griffith. 
Diether Edward, doormaker Rhinesmith & Simonson, res 140 

W Jefferson. 
Diether John H, foreman Louis Diether, res 169 Francis. 
*Dietber Louis, Lumber, Sash, Doors and Blinds s s E 

Superior 1 e of Clinton, res 95 Fulton. 
Diether Wm A, bookkeeper Louis Diether, bds 128 Griffith. 
Diffenderfer Benjamin O, machinist W, St L & P Ry, res 189 

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Diffenderfer Thomas A, tel operator Penn Co, bds Harmon 

House. 
Diffenderfer Wm A, bookkeeper Coombs & Co, bds 189 Barr. 
Diggins Charlotte (wid Wm G), res 254 W Jefferson. 
Diggins Miss Cora A, teacher Harmer School, bds 254 W Jef- 
ferson. 
Diggins Thomas, brakeman Penn Co, bds Nave House. 
Dignan Lawrence D, res 217 E Wayne. 
Dignan Thomas, brakeman G R & I R R, bds 12 Chicago. 
Dildine Frank, printer Newspaper Union, res 72 W Jefferson. 
Dillery Margaret, domestic The Fort Wayne College. 
Dillon Miss Fannie, bds 153 W Washington, 
Dillon James E, machinist Bass F & M Works, bds 153 W 

Washington. 
*Dills T J, Oculist and Aurist 108 E Berry cor Lafayette, 

res same. 
Dingman Daniel, hostler Stapleford & Co, rms s e cor Lafayette 

and Calhoun. 
Dingman Elizabeth (wid Adam), bds 75 Smith. 
Dingman Scott, clerk D Shordon, bds Hedekin House. 
Dinklage Anthony, teamster, res 249 E Washington. 
Dinklage Bernard, gardener, res s s New Haven road 1 e of 

Wayne Trace. 
Dinklage Elizabeth (wid Barney), bds s s New Haven road. 
Dinklage Margaret (wid Henry), res 271 E Washington. 
Dinklage Mary (wid Hermann), res 30 Gay. 
Dinklage Patrick, brakeman Penn Co, bds 30 Gay. 
*Dinnen James M, physician 76 Calhoun, res 69 W Wayne. 
Dippmann A Maurice, clerk W H Pyke, bds 151 Ban*. 
Directory of Fort Wayne, R L Polk & Co Publishers, 

Detroit, Mich. (See adv.) 
*d'Isay Isaac, Real Estate and Loans 62 Calhoun, res 26 

Douglas ave. (See back bone and adv opp Real Estate.) 
Disser Joseph, saddler A S Johns, res 38 Clay. 
Dittmann Charles, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 10 Samuel. 
Dittmann Wm, laborer, res n s W, St L & P Ry track nr 

McCulloch. 
Dittoe Albert J (A J Dittoe & Co), res 195 E Wayne. 
*Dittoe A J & Co (Albert J Dittoe), Grocers 20 W Berry. 
Dix Seth, hacks, res n w cor 7th and N Lafayette. 
Dixon, see also Dickson. 
Dixon Daniel B, machinist, res 24 Baker. 
Dobler Theodore J A, laborer Penn Co, res n e cor John and 

Creighton ave. 
Doctor Wm A, teamster F Hake & Co, res 30 Wells. 
Doctorman Wm F, trav agent, res 6 Summit. 



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Dodane Alfred A, clerk A S Lauferty & Co, res 84 W Lewis. 

Dodd Philip H, engineer N Y, C & St L Ry, res 15 Elm. 

Dodez Gustavus C, res 253 W Berry. 

Dodge Arthur (Maroney & Dodge), veterinary surgeon 26 E 
Wayne, res same. 

Dodge John, bds 413 S Calhoun. 

Dodge Norman, flagman Wabash Ry crossing S Broadway, 
res s e cor 8 Broadway and railway. 

Dodge Samuel W, trav agent, bds 227 E Lewis. 

Doehrman Charles, carpenter P, F W & C Ry, res 198 E Lewis. 

Doebrmann Frederick, helper Bruntmeyer & Co, res 18 West. 

Doehrmann Frederick jr, carpenter, res 23 Jones. 

Doehrmann Mary, domestic, bds 169 E Washington. 

Doehrmann Wm (Doehrmann & Hitzemann), res 339 E Wash- 
ington, 

Doehrmann & Hitzemann (Wm Doehrmann, George Hitze- 
mann), grocery and saloon 54 and 56 Barr. 

Doehring Catherine (wid Henry), res w s Lillie 4 s of E Lewis. 

Doehring Louisa, St Joseph's Hospital. 

Doehring Nicholas W, laborer White's Wheel Works, bds 17 
Lillie. 

Doelker Caroline (wid Jacob), res over 74 E Columbia. 

Doelker Wm, mason, bds 74 E Columbia. 

Doell Wm, blacksmith, res 138 Maumee road. 

Doenges Frederick, carriagemaker City Carriage Works, res 
413 E Washington. 

Doenges Peter, mason, res 90 Maumee road. 

Doerfel Antoine, tailor 37 W Berry, res 59 W Wayne. 

Doermer Miss Anna M, teacher West German School, bds Peter 
Doerraer. 

Doermer Peter, milkman, res n s New Haven road 1 e of Wayne 
Trace. 

Doermer Peter jr, laborer Penn Co, res s w cor Chestnut and 
city limit. 

Doerr, see also Dorr. 

Doerr Jacob, barber J Walter, bds 28 E Wayne. 

Dolan Charles, engineer J C Peters, res w s Runnion 1 n of W 
Main. 

Dolan John, bartender H H Hammill, bds 6 E Columbia. 

Dolan Mary (wid John), res e s Walton ave 2 s of Maumee road. 

Domestic Sewing Machines, Louis Mohr agent, 138 Calhoun, 

Donaldson Clara, waitress Fleming House. 

Donaldson Ebenezer R (Clark & Donaldson), res 1 18 W Creigh- 
ton ave. 

Donaldson James, agent Singer Mnfg Co, bds 106 Barr. 

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Donaldson Wm E, bds 118 W Creighton ave. 

Donahoe Miss Annie, dressmaker 44 BrandrifF, bds same. 

Donahoe Bridget, domestic 20 Douglas ave. 

Donahoe Daniel, bds 44 Brandriff. 

Donahoe Florence, supervisor Nickel Plate, res 44 Brandriff. 

Donahoe Patrick W, fireman N Y, C & St L Ry, res 37 Elm. 

Donahoe Peter S,.brakemann Penn Co, res 20 Smith. 

Donahoe Susan (wid John), bds 16 Smith. 

Donahoe Timothy, machinist, bds 44 Brandriff. 

Donnell Peery, filler Ft Wayne Organ Co, bds 41 Taylor. 

Donnell Wm, filler Ft Wayne Organ Co, res 41 Taylor. 

Donnelly Ambrose, shoemaker, res 348 S Calhoun, 

Donnelly Anna A, bds 348 Calhoun. 

Donnelly Daniel M, springmaker W, St L & P Ry, bds 348 
Calhoun. 

Donnelly Wm H, brakeman Penn Co, bds 348 Calhoun. 

Donohue Cornelias, sectionman W, St L & P Ry, res 70 Force. 

Donohue Mary S (wid John), res 16 Smith. 

Donohue Philip, wiper, res 83 Holman. 

Donovan Miss Ellen, bds 131 E Main. 

Donovan John W, conductor Penn Co, res 177 Griffith. 

Donovan Michael, bds 131 E Main. 

Donovan Thomas, engineer P, Ft W & C Ry, res 39 Walnut. 

Donovan Timothy, engineer G R & I R R, res 131 E Main. 

Dooley John C, conductor N Y, C & St L Ry, res 60 W Supe- 
rior. 

Dooley Mary, domestic 198 W Wayne. 

Dorfel Antoine, tailor, res 59 W Wayne. 

Dorman Hans, laborer Olds' Wagon Works, bds 47 Lewis. 

Dornberg Frederick W, oil pedler, res n s New Haven road 4 
from Wayne Trace. 

Doming Henry, cigarmaker H W Oi'tmann, bds 99 W Supe- 
rior. 

Dornte George F, harnessmaker G H Kuntz, res 163 E Jefferson. 

Dornte Henry, turner White's Wheel Works, res 17 Wabash 
ave. 

Dorr, see also Doerr. 

Dorr Susannah (wid Artemus K), res 115 Barr. 

Dorr Everett K, traveling agent, res 115 Barr. 

Dorriot Henry, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 56 Charles. 

Dorriot Julius, raolder Bass F & M Works, res 56 Charles. 

Doswell George W, Florist n s Main nr Lindenwood 
Cemetery, res same. (See adv,p 91.) 

Doswell -John H, superintendent Lindenwood Cemetery, res n s 
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Dothage Sophia (wid Ernest), res 23 Wilt, 

Dothage Wm E, machine hand H C Taylor & Co, bds 70 Web- 
ster. 

Doty Amelia (wid Willis P), bds 122 Clay. 

Doty Richard E, engineer Penn Co, res 352 Hanna. 

Doty Wm, engineer Penn Co, res 26 Leith. 

Dougall Allan H, Insurance 74 Calhoun, res 164 E Wayne, 

Dougall John T, news editor The Gazette, bds 164 E Wayne. 

Dougall Margaret (wid John), res 164 E Wayne. 

Dougherty, see also Daugherty. 

Dougherty Catherine (wid Christopher), bds 320 Lafayette. 

Dougherty Frank, bartender J H McCain, rms 20 W Berry. 

Dougherty Samuel W, res 68 Smith. 

Doughty Wm L, timekeeper Penn Co, res 21 John. 

Douglas Miss Clara, teacher, bds George Douglas. 

Douglas George,',boilermaker, res e s Alliger 1 s of Maumee road. 

Douglas Joseph H, saloon 276 Calhoun, bds Harmon House. 

Douglass W B, conductor Penn Co, res 262 W Jefferson. 

Douglass Wm G, switchman, res 138 Wells. 

Douglass Wm V (Hayden & Douglass), res 262 W Jefferson. 

Douing Sarah (wid Henry), res 73 High. 

Doutrick Charles A, brakeman Penn Co, res s s Horace 3 from 
Holton ave. 

Doutrick James S, brakeman Penn Co, res 298 Calhoun. 

Dow Samuel R, engineer The Gazette, res 47 Bass. 

Downey Dennis, bds 16 W Lewis. 

Downey Frank, brakeman Penn Co, res 14 Force. 

Downing Myron, clerk A S Lauferty & Co, res 23 W Lewis. 

Downs James M, janitor The Fort Wayne College. 

Downs Mary, cook 156 W Jefferson. 

Doyle Ada, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 243 Clay. 

Doyle Catherine (wid Patrick), res 243 Clay. 

Doyle Catherine, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 243 Clay. 

Doyle Edward, machinist W, St L & P Ry, bds Driscoll House. 

Doyle James, wheelrimmer Olds' Wagon Works, bds 322 La- 
fayette. 

Doyle John P, springmaker Penn Co, res 12 Melita, 

Doyle John W, teamster John Wilson & Sons, bds 243 Clay. 

Doyle J Douglass, brakeman Penn Co, res n e cor E Creighton 
ave and Walton ave. 

Doyle Miss Katie, seamstress, bds 237 Madison. 

Doyle Miss Mary, rms 38 Baker. 

Doyle Minnie, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 243 Clay. 

Doyle Thomas, res 72 Nelson. 

Doyle Thomas, carpenter Kerr-Murray Mnfg Co, res 237 Madi- 
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FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 151 

Draeger Charles E, jeweler H C Graffe, res 42 E 3d. 

Draeger Emma (wid Charles), res 42 E 3d. 

Draeger Matilda, tailoress C Kruse, bds 42 E 3d. 

Drage Frederick, carpenter, res 56 Leith. 

Drage Sarah, domestic 82 E Washington. 

Drake Frederick J, clerk general delivery dept P O, bds Rob- 
inson House. 

Drake Leonora H (wid Moses), bds 93 W Wayne. 

Drake Thomas F, engineer Penn Co, res 298 Hanna. 

Draker Elizabeth (wid Henry), res 66 W Washington. 

Draker Frank A, laborer, res 48 W 3d. 

Draker John, saloon 19 W Columbia, res n e cor Short and 
Archer ave. 

Dratt John, saloon 18 Harrison, res same. 

Drebert Frank, carpenter, res 91 W DeWald. 

Drebert Herman J, carpenter F H Boester, bds 164 Griffith. 

Dreibelbiss Conrad, city fireman, res rear 56 E Main. 

Dreibelbiss Edward, caller P, F W & C Ry, bds 169 W De- 
Wald. 

Dreibelbiss John Jr, Real Estate 13 E Main, res 61 Brack- 
enridge. 

Dreibelbiss John P, res 169 W DeWald. 

Dreibelbiss Robert, clerk John Dreibelbiss jr, bds 169 De- 
Wald. 

Dreier, see also Dryer. 

Dreier Miss Louisa, bds 8 Force. 

Dreier Wm H (Dreier & Bro), res 22 W Superior. 

Dreier & Bro (Wm H Dreier), Druggists n w cor Calhoun 
and Columbia. 

Dressel Henry, carpenter Penn Co, res 59 Melita. 

Dressel Mary (wid George), res 158 Montgomery. 

Dressel Miss Sarah, clerk, bds 158 Montgomery. 

Dressel Valentine, brakeman Penn Co, bds 158 Mont- 
gomery. 

Drew Stephen A, saloon 319 W Main, res 316 same. 

Drew Wm E, carpenter, res 291 W Main. 

Drewett George J, foreman Horton Mnfg Co, res w s Osage 1 
n of W Main. 

Dreyer Conrad, shoemaker C Stellhorn, res 55 Wilt. 

Dreyer Rev Frederick, pastor Ev Lutheran Zion Congregational 
Church, res n e cor Hanna and Creighton ave. 

Dreyer Henry, laborer Penn Co, res 36 Charles. 

Dreyer Wm, helper Penn Co, res 116 Hanna. 

Dricker Elizabeth (wid Henry), res 66 W Washington. 

Driftmeyer August, watchman, res 190 W Main. 

Driftmeyer Edward, carpenter Penn Co, res 154 Madison. 



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Driftmeyer H Win, electrician F W Jenney Electric Light Co, 

res 196 Evving. 
Driscoll Miss Belle, bds 36 Lillie. 
DriscoU Bridget (wid Edward), proprietor Driscoll House, 281 

S Calhoun. 
Driscoll Miss Margaret, bds Driscol! Hotel. 
Driscoll Mary, domestic 24 Hoffman. 
Driscoll's Hall, s e cor Calhoun and Wabash Ry. 
Driver Albert, conductor W, St L & P Ry, res 82 Baker. 
♦Driver George R, woodyard 141 Franklin ave, res same. 
Driver Lansing, conductor N Y, C & St L Ry, bds 39 W 

Washington. 
Driver Samuel, laborer, bds 141 Franklin ave. 
Droegemeyer Charles F, painter, bds 55 W Lewis. 
Droegemeyer John A, clerk Pixley & Co, res 55 W Lewis. 
Droegemeyer John F W, painter Wm Yergens jr, bds 55 W 

Lewis. 
Droste Diedrich, plasterer, res 100 W Jefferson. 
Drcud Henrietta, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co. 
Druhot Adela, tailoress, bds 301 Hanna. 
Druhot Elizabeth (wid Claude), res 301 Hanna. 
Druhot Eulila, dressmaker, bds 301 Hanna. 
Druhot D Frances, dressmaker, bds 301 Hanna. 
Druhot Frank, molder Bass F & M Wks, bds 28 Force. 
Druhot John, moder Bass F & M Works, res 299 Hanna. 
Druhot Joseph, molder, bds 28 Force. 

Druhot Joseph C, molder Bass F & M Works, res 28 Force. 
Druhot Joseph N, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 28 Force. 
Druhot Mary, tailoress, bds 301 Hanna. 
Druley Annie (wid Joseph), res 54 Barr. 
Druley Emma, domestic 73 Holman. 
Druley Henry, driver, res 237 Barr. 
Dryer, see also Dreier. 
Dryer Dr Charles R, secretary Ft Wayne College of Medicine, 

res n s Maple ave 2 w of Broadway. 
Dubois Alvira (wid John), bds 22 E Wayne. 
Duck Frank J, brakeman, res 130 Madison. 
Duck Rebecca J (wid Wm B), bds 130 Madison. 
Duck Wm P, helper Jenney Electric Light Co, bds 130 Madison. 

Diidenhoefer, DanieLs & Bucker (George P Duden- 
hoefer, Samuel S Daniels, Henry E Bucker), Proprietors 
City Carriage Works 11 and 13 Clay. 

Dudenhoefer George P (Dudenhoefer, Daniels & Bucker), res 
336 E Wayne. 

Dudenhoefer Louise, housekeeper 33 Brackenridge. 

Dudenhoefer Philip G, res 123 Maumee road. 

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FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 153 

Dudley Simeon, bds 92 W Superior. 
Duell Elizabeth, domestic 56 Douglas ave. 

Duemling Herman, teacher Concordia College, res 441 E Wash- 
ington. 
Duffy Eliza (wid Thomas), res 98 Barthold. 
Duffy James, boilermaker W, St L & P Ry, res 6 Kansas. 
Duffy James E, wrapper Root & Co, bds 410 E Washington. 
Duffy Louisa (wid Charles), res 98 W 3rd. 
Duffy Thomas H, artist, bds 98 W 3rd. 
Duffy Wm P, printer, bds 98 W 3rd. 
Dukeman Augustus, saloon 84 Calhoun, res 212 E Lewis. 
Dukeman Samuel C, watchman, res 33 W Jefferson. 
Dunann Charles D, clerk N Y, C & St L Ry, res 178 W Berry. 
Dunbar David, carpenter, bds 225 Calhoun. 
Dunfee Miss Alice M, teacher township school, bds 160 E De- 

Wald. 
Dunfee Emmet W, wagonmaker Olds' Wagon Works, res 21 

Buchanan. 
Dunfee Charles H, machine hand Olds' Wagon Works, bds 21 

Buchanan. 
Dunham Eugene A, conductor N Y, C & St L Ry, res 53 N 

Cass. 
Dunham Frank W, foreman N G Olds & Sons, res 160 E De- 

Wald. 
Dunker Mrs Wilhelmina, bds 185 Calhoun. 
Dunlop Andrew W, laborer Rhinesmith & Simonson, res 16 

Laselle. 
Dunlop Jason H, helper Nickel Plate Ry, res 165 W Superior. 
Dunlop Wm, teamster, bds 230 E Wayne. 

Dunn Robert W, macliinist Kerr-Murray Mnfg Co, res 27 Grand. 
Dunn Wm, clerk L Wolf & Co, res 16 W Lewis. 
Dunn Wm, machinist Kerr-Murray Mnfg Co, res 6 Brandriff. 
Dunsby Ernest, painter Wra Yergens jr, bds 320 Calhoun. 
Dupont Emma M, domestic Charles A Stockbridge. 
Durbrow Charles, teamster Lillie & Munson, res Cass 1 s of W 

Superior. 
Durfee Wm R, hats and caps 258 Calhoun, res same. 
Durmann, see Doehrmann. 

Durnell Alfred S, tinsmith A D Brandriff & Co, res 96 Madison. 
Durnell Chester, engineer Penn Co, res 70 Madison. 
Durnell Herman A, engineer Penn Co, res 177 Calhoun. 
Durnell .Jane (wid George), res e s Oakland 1 n of Spring. 
Durnell Marshall H, fireman Penn Co, res 27 Duryea. 
Duryea George W, baggageman G R & I R R, res 136 Force. 
Dustman Miss Mary E, res 494 Hanna. 
Dutchmeyer Frank, helper Penn Co, bds 64 Melita. 

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Dutrow John P, wheelrimraer Olds' Wagon Works, res 98 

Montgomery. 
Duval Catherine (wid Nicholas), bds 175 E Wayne. 
Dwelly Charles W, mach W, St L & P Ry, res 20 McClellan. 
Dwenger Right Rev Joseph, Bishop of The Catholic 

Diocese of Fort Wayne, res 172 Clinton. 
Dwyer Margaret (wid Gerald), res n s W Main 2 s of G R & I 

RR. 
Dyal, see Dial. 

Dyer Charles F, barber L B Pegg, bds 273 W Jefferson. 
Dyer Thomas, engineer Penn Co, res 2 73 W Jefferson. 
Dyke Anton, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 236 Gay. 
Dyke Edward, printer The Gazette, bds 236 Gay. 



Eackner Henry, teacher St Paul's German Lutheran School, 
res Monroe. 

Eagan Maggie, domestic Darrow Hotel. 

Eakin Margaret A (wid Joseph S), res 237 W Wayne. 

Earl Miss Martha, bds s s Hayden 4 w of McCulloch. 

Earl Wm, engineer N Y, P & O R R, res s s Hayden 4 w of Mc- 
Culloch.^ 

Earle Elizabeth (wid John), res 28 Buchanan. 

Earle Miss Ella, bds 28 Buchanan. 

Earle Frank E, clerk Penn Co, bds 28 Buchanan, 

Earle Joseph B, clerk roundhouse Penn Co, res 28 Buchanan. 

Earll Miss Clara, overallsmaker D S Redelsheimer & Co, bds e s 
Ohio bet Oak and Summit. 

Earll Miss Dora, overallsmaker D S Redelsheimer & Co, bds e s 
Ohio bet Oak and Summit. 

Earll George, teamster, res e s Ohio 3 s of Maumee road. 

Early, see also Hearley. 

Early Michael, spoke driver N G Olds & Sons, res 411 E Lewis. 

*East End Brewery & Bottling Works, Berghoff 
Bros Proprietors, s e cor Washington and Wabash ave. 

East German School, n w cor Harmer and Jefferson. 

Eastwood Harry W, brakeman Penn Co, res 68 Charles. 

Eastwood Henry C, traveling agent, res 77 Calhoun. 

Eastwood Raphael W, butcher, res 83 Broadway. 

Eaton, see also Heaton. 

Eaton John, brakeman Penn Co, bds 43^ Calhoun, 

Eaton Lucian K, machinist Penn Co, res 53 Madison. 

Eaton Wm, engineer N Y, C & St L Ry, res 92 W Berry. 

Ebelt Louis, painter, bds 334 Hanna. 



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FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 155 

Eberhard Wm, laborer Bass F & M Works, bds 98 Mont- 
gomery. 

Eberly Anna M (wid Daniel), res 40 E 5th. 

Ebert Adaui, laborer, res 57 W Superior. 

Ebert Frederick R, fireman Nickel Plate Ry, bds 18|^ Burgess. 

Eberwein Cliristian, machinist Bass F & M Works, res 66 Wal- 
ton ave. 

Eberwein George, blacksmith L B Johns, bds 24 Walton ave. 

Eberwein George F, molder Bass F & M Works, bds n w cor 
Walton ave and Hayden. 

Ebner George, carpenter, res 23 Hough. 

Ebner Lizzie, tailoress L J Feist, bds 145 E Lewis. 

Ebner Lorenz, laborer P, F W & C Ry, res 145 E Lewis. 

Ebner Veronica, tailoress L J Feist, bds 145 E Lewis. 

Ecbelberry George, foreman J C Peters, res e s St Mary's ave 
3 s of Spring. 

Echelberry Wm C, laborer, bds G Echelberry. 

Eckall Samuel G, turner White's Wheel Works, bds 12 E Co- 
lumbia. 

Eckard Andy, laborer Wm Moellering, res 19 Broadway. 

Eckart, see also Eckert. 

Eckart Frederick, Meat Market and Pork Packer 60 Cal- 
houn, res 91 E Wayne. 

Eckart Frederick jr, butcher F Eckart, bds 91 E Wayne. 

Eckart Henry, cashier F Eckart, bds 91 E Wayne. 

Eckart Joseph R, laborer Wm Moellering, bds w s Fairfield ave 
2 s of Rudisill ave. 

Eckart Reinhart, clerk F Eckart, bds 91 E Wayne. 

Eckart Wm W, laborer Wm Moellering, res w s Fairfield ave 
2 8 of Rudisill ave. 

Eckart & McCulloch's Block, n w cor Main and Calhoun. 

Eckart's Packing House, s s W Main 2 w of Muncie Ry. 

Eckels Henry C, clerk, bds 29 Riverside ave. 

Eckels James M, carpenter, res 29 Riverside ave. 

Eckels Nathan P, traveling agent Fleming Mnfg Co, res 215 
Wells. 

Eckels Willis J, traveling agent Coombs & Co, res 115 Cass, 

Eckei'le Albert, saloon 223 Calhoun, res same. 

Eckerman Annie, domestic Ft Wayne City Hospital. 

Eckert Anton, laborer, res 19 Nirdlinger ave. 

Eckert Charles H, cigarmaker J C Eckert, res 43 W Berry. 

Eckert Conrad, laborer Wm Mollering, bds Ervin House. 

Eckert David, cigarmaker J C Eckert, bds 19 Williams. 

Eckert Gustav E, laborer, res 341 Hanna. 

Eckert John C, cigar mnfr 85 Calhoun, res 19 Williams. 

Eckert Wm E, clerk J C Eckert, bds 19 Williams. 

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Eckhardt August, laborer res n s Hayden 1 w of McCulloch. 

Eckhardt Christian, laborer, res 26 Orchard. 

Eckhardt Martha, domestic 49 Walter. 

Eckleberry, see Echelherry. 

Eckley Eliza A (wid Peter), bds 24 W Jefferson. 

Eckmeyer, see JEichmeyer. 

Edgerton Hon* Alfred P, pres Board of School Trustees, res 

154 W 13erry. 
Edgerton Clement W, agent for Columbia and other bicycles 

and tricycles 57 W Main, bds 87 W Wayne. 
Edgerton Edward C, with Fort Wayne Steel Plow Works, bds 

87 W Wayne. 
Edgerton Miss Helen, pi-inciiDal Hanna School, bds 154 W 

Berry. 
Edgerton Joseph K, Proprietor Port Wayne Steel Plow 
Works, Manufacturer of Agricultural Implements and At- 
torney at Law 57 W Main, res 87 W Wayne. 
Edmonds Bert, hostler Stapleford & Co, rms 104 E Wayne. 
Edmonds Dell, printer Ft Wayne Sentinel, bds 21 N Cass. 
Edmonds Harry M, tel operator Nickel Plate Ry, bds 201 W 

Main. 
Edmonds Mary (wid James), dressmaker 201 W Main, res 

same. 
Edmonds Wm, buyer S Bash & Co, res 21 N Cass. 
Edsall Clarence W, lawyer, res s s Maumee road 2 e of Lillie. 
Edsall House, J H Stouder proprietor, s e cor Clinton and Su- 
perior. 
Edsall Jasper N, switchman Penn Co, res s w cor Oliver and 

Samuel. 
Edsall Samuel G, laborer White's Wheel Works, res 289 

Hanna. 
Edsall Simon, farmer, res w s New Haven road 1 e of Edsall 

ave. 
Edwards, see also JBedwards. 

Edwards Greorge W, shoemaker James Fondest, res 88|^ Barr. 
Egbert Minnie, domestic 219 W Main. 
Eg^emann Conrad, checker Penn Co freight depot, res 52 

John. 
Eggemann Peter, boot and shoemaker 118 Calhoun, res 20 W 

Jefferson. 
Ehinger Charles, laborer Hoffman Bros, res 148 High. 
Ehinger Frank, apprentice Bass F & M Works, bds 112 Clay. 
Ehinger John, gardener, res e s Edsall ave 1 from W, St L & P 

Ry. 
Ehinger Joseph, helper W, St L & P Ry, res 137 3d. 
Ehinger Mary (wid Michael), bds 137 3d. 

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FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 157 

Ehingei* Miss Mary, dressmaker, bds 176 E Lewis. 

Ehinger Othraar, bds 112 €lay. 

Ehinger Otto, carpenter Penn Co, res 112 Clay. 

Ehinger Roman, tailor A Foster, res 174 E Lewis. 

Ehinger Urban, polisher Olds' Wagon Works, bds 61 Laselle. 

Ehle August N, cigar mnfr 178 Broadway, res 180 same. 

Ehle Edward (Edward Ehle & Bro), res 306 W Washington. 

Ehle Edward & Bro (Edward and Ernest), Contractors 
and Builders, Calhoun opp Nickel Plate passenger depot. 

Ehle Ernest (Edward Ehle & Bro), res Creighton ave. 

Ehle Frank, cigarmaker A N Ehle, bds 180 Broadway. 

Ehle Frederick E, laborer Penn Co freight depot, res 27 West. 

Ehrenberg Mary, St Joseph's Hospital. 

Ehrman Coleman, saloon 64 E Main, res same. 

Ehrman Edward J, bartender, bds 64 E Main. 

Ehrmann, see also Erdina)m. 

Ehrmann Charles, blacksmith 149 W Main, res 339 W Jef- 
ferson. 

Ehrmann Charles F (Ehrmann & Geller), res 10 Pritchard. 

Ehrmann Frederick, collarmaker, res 22 W 4th. 

Ehrmann George, laborer, res 42 Elm. 

Ehrmann Henry, teamster, res 153 Taylor. 

Ehrmann John W M, carpenter Penn Co, res n s Wayne Trace. 

Ehrmann Miss Mary, milliner Mrs A C Keel, bds 137 Broad- 
way. 

Ehrmann Matthias, res 345 W Jefferson. 

Ehrmann Michael, machinist W, St L & P Ry, res 17 Taylor. 

Ehrmann & Geller (Charles F Ehrmann, Charles Geller), bar- 
bers 12 Main. 

Eichel Charles, cook Globe Chop House. 

Eichelberger Samuel, laborer Penn Co, res n s DeWald 3 e of 
Clinton. 

Eicher Magdelene, domestic 324 Lafayette. 

Eicher Gottlieb, laborer, res 60 Hoffman. 

Eickhoff Barney, candymaker H H Barcus, bds 72 W 4th. 

Eickhoff Charles, machinist F W Jenney Electric Light Co, res 
94 W Main. 

Eickmeyer Charles L, carpenter Penn Go, res 32 Duryea. 

Eilert, see also Hiler. 

Eilert Charles, bds 178 Barr. 

Einsiedel Andrew, laborer, res w s Metz 5 s of Taylor. 

Einsiedel Andrew jr, helper Olds' Wagon Works, res 13 Wall. 

Eiron Jacob, laborer, res 338 Hanna. 

Eisennacher Frederick, carp, res 197 Taylor. 

Eising Elizabeth, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 73 Force. 

Eising John, carpenter Penn Co, res 73 Force. 

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Eising Margaret, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 73 Force. 
Eitcinger Andrew, molder Bass F & M Works, bds w s Winter 

2 s of Pontiac. 
Eitcinger George, molder Bass F & M Works, bds w s Winter 

2 s of Pontiac. 
Eitcinger Rosina (wid George), res w s Winter 2 s of Pontiac. 
Eiter August, laborer, bds 22 John. 
Eiter Henry, molder Bass F & M Works, res 24 John. 
Eiter Joseph, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 22 John. 

]iter Peter, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 22 John. 
Eix August, stave jointer Ranke &Yergens, res 212 Broadway. 
Eix A Frederick, blacksmith H F W Roesener, res 197 Broad- 
way. 
Eix Ella, domestic 235 W Jefferson. 

Eix Frederick, helper Ranke & Yergens, bds 60 W Washington. 
Eix John, helper W, St L & P Ry, bds 47 W Washington. 
Eix Sophie (wid August), res 60 W Washington, 
Eix Wm C, huckster, res 2 Elm. 
Ekeroth Annie, domestic 216 W Wayne. 
Elbert Henry, fruit tree agent, res n s Killea 1 e of Calhoun. 
Eldred Danford P, engineer Penn Co, bds 84 W Jefferson. 
Eley Ernest, contractor, res 24 W Creighton ave. 
Eley George W, rms 105 W Berry. 

Elion Charles J, pressman N G Olds & Sons, bds 383 Lafayette. 
Elkerton Wm H, engineer Penn Co, res 86 Calhoun. 
Ell Fredericka (wid Sebastian), res 22 Hough. 
Ell John A, laborer, bds 22 Hough. 

Ellenwood Clifton A, conductor Penn Co, res 134 E Lewis. 
Ellenwood O, engineer Penn Co, res 127 Holman. 
Ellert Benoit, barber 1 Aveline House Block, res 135 Lafayette. 
Elliott B H, brakeman Penn Cor 
Elliott Dell L, brakeman, bds 182 Greeley. 
Elliott Enoch W (col'd), engineer Peters B & L Co, res 227 W 

Washington. 
Elliott Frank B, fireman N Y, C & St L Ry, res s w cor Pearl 

and Maiden Lane. 
Elliott James, brakeman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds 82 Greeley. 
Elliott Margaret (wid George W), res 182 Greeley. 
Elliott Orrin B, conductor N Y, C & St L Ry, res s w cor Pearl 

and Maiden Lane. 
Elliott Samuel B, patternmaker Kerr-Murray Mnfg Co, res 57 

Butler. 
Ellis Joseph D, commission, bds 91 Madison. 
Ellison Miss Ellen, bds 167 W Wayne. 
Ellison Henry W, tailor, res 19 Clark. 
Ellison Richard E, engineer Allen County Jail, res 31 Pearl. 



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FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 159 

Ellison Thoinas E, Lawyer 19 Court, res IGT W Wayne. 

Ellys Rebecca, domestic 161 W Washington. 

Ely, see Eley. 

Emanuel Lutheran Church, s s W Jefferson bet Union and 

Jackson. 
Emanuel's School, n e cor LTnioii and Wilt. 
Embry Ann E (wid Lewis T), bds 336 S Broadway. 
Embry Lida F, teacher Washington School, bds 336 Broadway, 
Erne Claude F (Rohs & Erne), res 175 E Wayne. 
Erne Joseph, clerk, bds 175 E Wayne. 
Eme Julius J, bookkeper, i*es 97 Montgomery. 
Emerich August, laborer P, F W & C Ry, i-es 34 Schick. 
Emerich Henry, res 183 Madison. 

Emerick Commodore W, fireman Penn Co, bds 47 Bass. 
Emerson Almeron, teamster F Hake & Co, res 9 N Cass. 
Emile Henry, baker C Haffner, bds 37 W Berry. 
Emme Wm, carpenter Kraft <fe Co, res 141 Montgomery. 
Empire Knitting Works, Augustus Bowser propr, s w cor Julia 

and Hoi ton ave. 
*Empire Thomas B, gasoline 164 Broadway, res same. 
Empire Box Factory, W H Davis Proprietor 28 and 30 

E Main. 
Empire Flouring Mills, John Orff propr, W Main street bridge. 
*Empire Line (fast freight), J G Fisher agent 26 Court. 
Ench John, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 66 Murray. 
Ench Matthias, laborer Penn Co, res 1 Caroline. 
Engelking Diedrich, laborer Penn Co, res 39 Wilt. 
Engelking Frederick, tress hoopmaker S D Bitler, bds 125 High. 
Engelking Henrj', laborer Horton Mnfg Co, res 54 Wells. 
Engelking Henry D, porter A C Trentman, res 172 Ewing. 
Engelking Louisa (wid Henry), res 125 High. 
Engelking Martha, nurse 200 W Berry. 
Engelking Wm, laborer, bds 125 High. 
Enger Niles C, cabinetmaker Ft Wayne Organ Co, res 118 

Fairfield ave. 
Engle Miss Gertrude, bds 16 W Jefferson. 
Engle Wm, cabinetmaker Ft Wayne Organ Co, res 149 W De- 

Wald. 
Engle Wm, machinist F W Jenney Electric Light Co, bds w s 

Calhoun 1 s of Leith. 
Englebacli Augusta, domestic Thomas P x\nderson. 
Englert George, laborer N G Olds & Sons, res 34^ John. 
Englert Lena, laundress Troy Steam Laundry, bds 49 Taylor, 
Englert Louisa (wid George), res 49 Taylor. 
Englert Madelaine, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 49 Taylor. 
Englert Rosa, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 49 Taylor. 

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Englert Sophia, laundress Troy Steam Laundry, bds 49 Taylor. 

Englert Wm, helper N G Olds & Sons, bds 49 Taylor. 

Englet Frank, cooper, rooms 132 Chicago. 

Englet Theresa, bds 8 Lavina. 

Enline Wm, carpenter, res 36 Pritchard. 

English Kitchen, Burns & Green Proprietors, 16 W Main. 

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English Lutheran Church, s e cor Wayne and Clinton. 
English Margaret, domestic 142 E Jefferson. 
English Thomas, laborer, res 131 Force. 
English Wm H, barber 28 Force, res 122 same. 
Enneking Wm F, clerk L Schirmeyer & Co, bds Custer House. 
Ennis Catherine, dressmaker, bds 32 Clinton. 
Enright Miss Mary, bds 102 Webster. 
Entemann Christian, Wines, Liquors and Cigars 13 E 

Main, res 149 W Berry. 
Entrodacher Sebastian, cabinetmaker Peters Box & Lumber 

Co, bds 182 Calhoun. 
Enz Jacob F, laborer, res w s Walton ave 4 s of Pontiac. 
Epple Christian, laborer, res 40 Taylor. 
Epple Gottlieb, Grocery and Saloon 184 Fairfield ave, re» 

same. 
Epple Rosa (wid John), res 14 Bass. 
Eppstein Babette (wid Maier), bds 54 W Berry. 
Erdmann, see also Ehrmann. 

Erdmann Frederick, gardener, res w s Walton ave 7 s of Pontiac. 
Erhardt Leonard, boarding house 74 Barr. 
Erickson Edwai'd J, conductor Penn Co, res 68 Charles. 
Erickson Nelson, cabinetmaker Peters B & L Co, bds 61 

Oakley. 
Erickson John, foreman Peters B & L Co, res 43 Miner. 
Ernst Anton, laborer, res s s Hayden 4 w of McCulloch. 
Ernst Peter, coremaker Bass F & M Works, res 8 Hough. 
Ernsting Charles, res 16 Clark. 
Ernsting Charles jr, spokemaker, bds 16 Clark. 
Ersig Miss Edith, teacher, bds 129 Monroe. 
Ersig Wm, carpenter P, F W & C Ry, res 129 Monroe. 
Ersig Wm A, blacksmith, res 107 Wilt. 

Ertel Berhardt, laborer Olds' Wagon Works, res 33 St Martin's. 
Ertel Catherine, domestic 282 W Berry. 
Ertel Elizabeth (wid George), res 10 Gay. 

Ertel Frederick, laborer, i"es rear e s McCulloch 3 n of Hayden. 
Ertel George, molder Bass F & M Works, res 85 Force. 
Ertel Henry C, laborer Penn Co, res 10 Gay. 
Ertel Louis, foreman White's Wheel Works, res w s Hanover 2 

n of Erie. 



Kaag 



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Sell Chamber and Toilet Sets at low 
prices, at No. 5 East Columbia St. 



L^\ TXTTX T House and Sign Painting, 
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FORT "WAYNE DIRECTORY. 161 

Ervin, see also Irwin. 

Ervin Miss Elizabeth, bds s w cor Belle ave and Fox. 
Ervin House, 12 Harrison. 
Ervin John, restaurant 12 Harrison, res same, 
Esmond George, miller Little River Turnpike, res 306 S Cal- 
houn. 
Esselstein Ada, laundress Troy Steam Laundry, bds 76 Putnam. 
Essig Adam P, letter carrier P O, res 39 E Superior. 
Essig Charles O, clerk W P Chapman, bds 39 E Superior. 
Estry Albert G, conductor Penn Co, res 432 Broadway. 
Estry EUwood T, conductor Penn Co, res s s Green 3 e of 

Thomas. 
Estry Pearl R, brakeman G R & I R R, bds 432 Broadway. 
Etchey Frank, grocer 44 E Columbia, res 37 Wefel. 
Etchey Michael, clerk T J Nolton & Co, bds 37 Wefel. 
Etzinger John, brakeman Penn Co, bds 219 Lafayette. 
Etzold Albert J, bookkeeper Joseph Hughes & Co, bds 46 

Douglas ave. 
Etzold Miss Clara, tailoress, bds 110 Webster. 
Etzold J Henry, shoemaker 110 Webster, res same. 
Etzold Louis A, bds 110 Webster. 

Etzold Paul W, clerk A A Rogers, bds 46 Douglas ave. 
Etzold Wm, clerk L S & M S Ry, bds 110 Webster. 
Etzold Wm, machinist, res 46 Douglas ave. 
Evangelical Association Church, n e cor Clinton and Holman. 
Evangelical Lutheran School, s w cor Creighton ave and Force. 
Evangelical Lutheran Zion Congregational Church, s w cor E 

Creighton ave and Force. 
Evans Amos S, president Hoosier Mnfg Co, res San Jose, Cal. 
Evans Anna C (wid Josiah), res 305 Harrison. 
Evans Anthony J, machinist, res 131 Lafayette. 
Evans Edward G, traveling agent Carnahan, Hanna & Co, bds 

174 W Wayne. 
Evans Edwin, office s w cor Berry and Clinton, res 174 W 

Wayne. 
Evans George P, secretary Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 126 E Main. 
Evans Gordon M, clerk L S & M S Ry, bds 305 S Harrison. 
Evans Ira P, bookkeeper Rhinesmith & Simonson, res 185 

Ewing. 
Evan>^ Irving D, draughtsman Kerr-Murray Mnfg Co, bds 305 

Harrison. 
Evans Jenk S, train despatcher Nickel Plate Ry, bds 154 E 

Berry. 
Evans John, laborer, bds 7 Pearl. 
Evans John M, assistant auditor F W, C & L R R, bds 305 S 

Harrison. 

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Evans John P, treasurer Hoosier Mnfg Co, res 126 E Main. 

Evans Joseph A, clerk, res 133 E Jefferson. 

Evans Joseph A jr, clerk H J Ash, bds 133 E Jefferson. 

Evans Josiah, elerk Rhinesraith & Simonson, bds 305 Harrison. 

Evans Oliver F, traveling agent Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 135 E 
Berry. 

Evans Richard J, brakeman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds 22 St 
Mary's ave. 

Evans Riley B, brakeman G R & I R R, res 296 Hanna. 

Evans Rufus A, clerk L S & M S Ry, res 65 Wells. 

Evans Wm A, student, bds 174 W Wayne. 

Evans Block, 30 E Berry. 

Evarts Charles, photographer, bds 104 Wells. 

Evarts Gilbert C, foreman L S & M S Ry, res n w cor N Cal- 
houn and 3d. 

Evarts Nancy (wid Gilbert), res 104 Wells. 

Evarts Wm, fireman Nickel Plate Ry, bds 104 Wells. 

Everdine Carrie, domestic 101 E Berry. 

Everett Wm, fireman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds Ervin House. 

Everetts Charles E, photographer F Barrows, bds 104 Wells. 

Evei'hai'dt Lizzie (wid Alfred), res 46 Lavina. 

Everhardt Wm, laborer Bass F & M Works, bds 98 Mont- 
gomery. 

Evers Bertha, domestic 91 E Washington. 

Evers Elizabeth (wid Heinrich) bds 73 Force. 

Evers Henry, bricklayer, res 199 John. 

Evers John, bricklayer, res 323 Hanna. 

Everson Orson C, printer Newspaper Union, bds 86 Barr. 

Evry Miss Hannah E, teacher Central Grammar School, bds 
106 E Washington. 

Ewer, see Heuer. 

Ewing, see also McEwing. 

Ewing Aaron, laborer N G Olds & Sons, res 33 Charles. 

Ewing Block, s w cor W Main and Harrison. 

Ewing Mary C (wid George W), res 113 W Main. 

Excelsior Laundry, C G Hassler proprietor, 41 E Superior. 

Eyanson Miss Maggie F, bds 152 Griftith. 

Eysen John A, meatmarket 283 Hanna, res same. 

IF 

Fahey, see also Fay. 

Fahey Michael, heater Bass F & M Works, res 166 Maumee 

road. 
Fabling Frederick, laborer Nickel Plate Ry, res 13 Clark. 
Fabling PVederick jr, laborer Nickel Plate Ry, bds 13 Clark. 

T ft. B I 50 PEARL STREET. AGENTS 

I fnU VfOSin I Slinnri/ wanted m an surround. 

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The PHOTOGRAPHER, U Calhoun St. 
TRY HIM FOR FINE CABINETS. 

FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 163 

Fahling Mary, warper French, Hanna & Co, bds 13 Clark. 

Fahlsing August K, boilermaker, res 86 High. 

Fahlsing Wm C F, bartender Ranke & Rehnen, bds 186 W 
Washington. 

Fahlsing Wm M, bailiff Circuit Court, res 186 W Washington. 

Fairbaiik Clark, General Agent Penn Mutual Life In- 
surance Co 19 Court, res 192 E Wayne. {See right top 
lines.) 

Fairchild Eliza, cook Harmon House. 

Fairfield Charles, farmer, bds 1*71 Wells. 

Fairfield Cyrus K, agent, res s w cor Belle ave and Fox. 

Falahee Josephine, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 57 Prince. 

Falahee Patrick, laborer, res 57 Prince. 

Falahee Thomas J, brakeman G R & I R R, bds 57 Prince. 

Falconer John, blacksmith, res 71 Willians. 

Falconer Richard, machinist W, St L & P Ry, bds 71 Wil- 
liams. 

Falconer Wm D, machinist W, St L & P Ry, bds 71 Wil- 
liams. 

Falk Charles, trav agt Falk & Lamley, bds 80 W Washington. 

Falk Leopold (Falk & Lamley), res 80 W Washington. 

*Falk & Lamley (Leopold Falk, Moses Lamley), Whole- 
sale Wines, Liquors and Cigars 24 E Columbia. 

Falker Frank, trav agt A C Trentman, res 52 W Washington. 

Falkner, see Falconer. 

Falley Wm W, fireman Nickel Plate Ry, res 361 W Main. 

Falling Frederick, bartender F C Boltz, bds 264 Webster. 

Fallon Mary, domestic 51 Douglas ave. 

Fallon Peter J, boilermaker W, St L & P Ry, bds 18 Brack- 
enridge. 

Fallott Wm W, fireman Penn Co, bds Harmon House. 

Falls Daniel M, tallow, res 163 W Wayne. 

Falner Anthony, bds 33 Laselle. 

Falner Frank, fireman Penn Co, res 33 Laselle. 

Falvy Daniel, boilermaker Penn Co, res 30 Bass. » 

Farber Christina, domestic 149 W Washington. 

Farber Frederick, res 197 Hanna. 

Fark Mary, domestic 181 E Wayne. 

Farley Miss Lillie, dressmaker, res over 30 E Columbia. 

Farmer Miss Eleanor H, teacher of drawing public schools, bds 
103 W Berry. 

Farmer Elmer, brakeman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds 152 E Lewis. 

Farnan Anthony, brakeman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds 305 La- 
fayette. 

Farnan Owen, laborer, res 305 Lafayette. 

Farnan Owen jr, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 15 Caroline. 

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Farnan Thomas O, laborer, bds 305 Lafayette, 

Farrell Thomas, engineer F W, C & L R R, res s s Pontiac 5 e 

of Calhoun. 
Farris, see also Ferris. 

Farris Warren, foreman Nickel Plate Ry, res 105 Wilt. 
Faust Adam, barber, res 5 Hood. 

Faust Max, apprentice Indiana Staats Zeitung, bds 5 Hood. 
Favery Miss Katie, dressmaker, bds 92 Madison. 
Fay, see also Fahey. 

Fay Olive (wid Hubbard), laundress, res 13 Maiden Lane. 
Fay Stephen V, brakeman Penn Co, res 215 Hanna, 
Feaser Amos, groom J F Fletcher, res 28 Riverside ave. 
Fee, see also Phee. 

Fee Frank F, lumber, res 129 W Jefferson. 
Fee Phoebe, starcher, bds 23 Laselle. 
Fee Thomas W, painter 57 N Cass, res same. 
Fehling August, miller J B Monning & Co, res 116 E Madison. 
Fehling Frederick, bartender G Ortlieb, bds 265 Webster. 
Feigel, see Flegel. 
Feist Lena, domestic 74 W Main. 
Feist Louis J, tailor 137 Calhoun, res same. 
Felger Delia, domestic 140 E Main. 
Felger Rosa, domestic 132 E Main. 
Felker Elizabeth (wid Peter), res 173 W Jefferson. 
Fels Win J, cook Hedekin House, res 15 Hough. 
Felt Warren B, farmer, res 92 W Superior, 
Felts Charles, painter, res 23 Erie. 
Felts Delmer M, spokedriver White's Wheel Works, res 146 

E Jefferson. 
Felts George F, supt County Schools, office 12 Foster Block, 

rooms 248 W Wayne. 
Felts Lillie, waitress Fleming House, 
Fenker Rudolph, carpenter, bds 416 E Wayne, 
Ferber Henry, carpenter, res 269 E Lewis, 
Ferckel Adam, molder Bass F & M Works, res 69 Holman. 
Ferckel Martin, saloon 31 Clinton, res same. 
Feretzski Anton, laborer, res 221 E Washington. 
Ferguson Miss Annie, dressmaker, rooms 320 W Washington. 
Ferguson George, brakeman Penn Co. 

Ferguson Wm H, loborer B F Rice, bds s s Pontiac opp Smith. 
Ferg'iisoii Wm T, Physician and Surgeon 179 Clinton, 

res same. 
Ferner Mary, St Joseph's Hospital. 
Ferris, see also Farris. 
Ferris Ezekiel M, res 4 Summit. 
Ferris Frank C, brakeman Penn Co, res 52 Force. 

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FORT WATNE DIRECTORY. 165 

Fetter Martin, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 313 E Washington. 

Fetter Mary (wid John), res 313 E Washington. 

Fetter Wm, laborer White's Wheel Works, res n s New Haven 

ave 1 e of Lombard. 
Feustel August F, florist, res s s Elizabeth 2 w of Spy Run 

ave. 
Fey Conrad, laborer, bds 55 W Wayne, 
Filley Robert M, general roofer, res 5 Monroe. 
Flinn Claries M, blacksmith, res 11 N Cass. 
Fickel George W, clerk Penn Co fi'eight depot, rooms 10 Odd 

Fellows Block. 
Fiegel Wm, tailor J G Thieme & Bro, res 334 E Washington. 
Fielding Mrs Josie, bds 239 Barr. 

Fields James S, clerk Boltz & Derheimer, res 180 Griffith. 
Figel Albert G, clerk, bds 121 Wells. 
Figel Charles, grocery and saloon 54 Wells, res same. 
Figel Edward, section hand, res 129 Wells. 
Figel Frederick C, grocery and saloon 121 Wells, res same. 
Figel John, clerk, res e s N Harrison, 2 n of E 4th. 
Figel John, clerk C Figel, res N Harrison. 
Figel Robert, bartender, bds 121 Wells. 
Filley Robert M, roofer, res 5 Monroe. 
Fink Ambres E, barber 65 E Main, res same. 
Fink August, machinist Kerr-Murray Mnfg Co, res s s Huestis 

ave. 
Fink Charles (Fink & Bayless), res 55 W Main. 
Fink Miss Elizabeth, res 55 W Main. 
Fink Frank H, assistant foreman Bass F & M Works, res 176 

E Jefferson. 
Fink Frederick, laborer Penn Co, res 138 Fairfield ave. 
Fink John D, barber A E Fink, bds 37 Buchanan. 
Fink Mary (wid Edward), bds 234 E Wayne. 
Fink & Bayless (Charles Fink, Gustavus S Bayless), Under- 
takers and Funeral Directors s e cor Main and Maiden 

Lane. {See adv, ]? 89.) 
Finlayson John L, machinist Penn Co, res 169 Clinton. 
Finn Miss Mary, res 39 AV Washington. 
Finnegan Edward, conductor G R & I R R, res 51 Baker. 
Finney Austin M, printer Fort Wayne Sentinel, bds 18 Melita. 
Finney James, conductor Penn Co, res 135 Holman. 
Finney Michael A, blacksmith W, St L & P Ry, res 18 Melita. 
Finze Christian, clerk Henry Wiebke, bds same. 
Firks Albert, laborer Hoffman Bros, res 149 W Superior. 
Firks Ferdinand, laborer, res 98 Huron. 
Firks Frederick, laborer Hoffman Bros, res rear Peters B & L 

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First Baptist Church, W Jefferson bet Harrison and Webster. 

*First J^ational Bank, O A Simons President, Lem R 
Hartman Cashier, cor Main and Court. {See left top li7ies 
and p 93.) 

First Presbyterian Church, n e cor Washington and Clinton. 

First United Brethren Church, s e cor E Lewis and Harmer. 

Fischbach Christina, St Joseph's Hospital. 

Fischer Anna (wid John), res 20 Hough. 

Fischer Anton, res 124 Hoagland ave. 

Fischer Christian, boilermaker, res Maysville road. 

Fischer Harry O (F C Tolan & Co), rras 118 Harrison. 

Fischer Henry E, Business Manager Indiana Staats Zei- 
tung Co, rms 36 E Columbia. 

Fischer John, laborer, bds 20 Hough. 

Fischer Lena, domestic 121 W Main. 

Fischer Michael, carpenter, res 85 E Berry. 

Fiser Charles M, Physician 288 Calhoun, res same. 

Fish Titus G, with Olds' Wagon Works, bds 32 Brackenridge. 

Fisher Abel, lumber inspector P, F W & C Ry, res s s New 
Haven road 1 e of tollgate. 

Fisher Andrew, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 91 E Washing- 
ton. 

Fisher Anthony, foreman N G Olds & Sons, res 91 E Wash- 
ington. 

Fisher Benjamin F, traveling agent A C Trentman, res Van 
Wert, Ohio. 

Fisher Benjamin G, plumber, bds 162 GriflSth. 

*Fisher Bros (Max B and Samuel S), trunks and paper 28 E 
Berry. 

Fisher Christopher, boilermaker PennCo, res 179 Montgomery. 

Fisher David B, artist, res 119 W Washington. 

*Fisher David C, Real Estate, Insurance and Loans 32 E 
Berry, res 24 W Wayne. 

Fisher Edwin, bookkeeper Fisher Bros, bds 133 W Washington. 

Fisher Frederick, machinist Ft Wayne Organ Co, res 126 
Hoagland ave. 

Fisher George, carpenter, res 162 Griffith. 

Fisher George H, advertising agent, bds 162 Griffith. 

Fisher Gideon A, carpenter Penn Co, res 277 Webster. 

Fisher Isaac, res 133 W Washington. 

Fisher Jonathan H, machinist Penn Co, res 83 Brackenridge. 

Fisher Rev Joseph, pastor Evangelical Association Church, res 
e s Clinton 1 n of Holman. 

*Fisher Joseph G, Agent Empire Line 26 Court, res 121 
W Washington. 

Fisher Miss Mary, seamstress, bds 269 E Washington. 

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LlLrjj liMlOi UUi ated 18«. The Interest- 

Receipts of the ( ompany, since orffanlzation, exceed 
the total amount paid for Death Losses. It Leads in 
Dividends. Its Policies are Incontestable. CLARK FAIRBAJTK, Gen'l Agt., Fort Wayne, Ind. 

FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 167 

Fisher Max B (Fisher Bros), res 133 W Washington. 

Fisher Miss Regina, seamstress bds 269 E Washington. 

Fisher Robertson J, treasurer Bass F & M Works, res 151 W 
Berry. 

Fisher Samuel S (Fisher Bros), res 133 W Washington. 

Fisher Wm, printer, bds 39 W Washington, 

Fisk'' Wilbur A, asst teacher in English The Fort Wayne Col- 
lege, bds same. 

Fisk Wm W, clerk J M Miller, res 137 DeWald. 

Fissel Philip, teamster J M Miller, res 61 Archer ave. 

Fitch Arthur H, laborer Penn Co freight depot, res 200 
Ewing. 

Fitch Charles B, traveling agent Ft Wayne Jenney Elactrio 
Light Co, res 41 Cass. 

Fitch Herbert O, conductor N Y, C & St L Ry, res e s Wells 
1 n of canal. 

Fitch Mrs Mary E, seamstress, res 76 Dawson. 

Fitch Nathaniel H, laborer Penn Co freight depot, res 75 Doug- 
las ave. 

Fitch Otis B (O B Fitch & Co), res 407 Calhoun. 

Fitch O B & Co (Otis B Fitch), Hats and Caps 34 Cal- 
houn. 

Fitzgerald Anna, domestic 276 W Wayne. 

Fitzgerald Miss Bridget, dressmaker, rms 189 E Wayne. 

Fitzgerald Franklin, saloon 28 Clinton, res same. 

Fitzgerald John H, foreman Kerr-Murray Mnfg Co, res 39 But- 
ler. 

Fitzgerald Laura, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 66 Leith. 

Fitzgerald. Richard, laborer, res 66 Leith. 

Fitzgerald Wm, traveling agent, res 39 W Washington. 

Fitzgibbon Margaret (wid Michael), res 94 Baker. 

Fitzmorris James, engineer Nickel Plate Ry, res 38 Wells. 

Fitzpatrick Bartlett, res rear 98 Baker. 

Fitzpatrick Bernard, foreman machine shop Penn Co, res 86 
E Lewis. 

Fitzpatrick Frank E, machinist Penn Co, res 155 Holman. 

Fitzpatrick John, watchman Nickel Plate crossing G R & I R 
R, res 46 Bass. 

Fitzpatrick Maggie, dressmaker, bds 45 Baker. 

Fitzpatrick Michael, helper P, F W & C Ry, res 45 Baker. 

Fitzsimons Arthur N, bookkeeper Fleming Mnfg Co, res 40 E 
5th. 

Flack Cyrus, carriagemaker L B Johns, res 336 Harrison. 

Flack Elizabeth, St Joseph's Hospital. 

Fladler Elena, domestic 10 E Berry. 

Flagle John, engineer F W, C & L Ry, res 111 N Cass. 

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Flagle Milton G, engineer F W, C & L R R, res 23 E 4th. 

Flagler Samuel, fireman Penn Co, res 52 Baker, 

Flannery Daniel, switchman Penn Co, res 108 W Creighton 
ave. 

Flatter Henry A, laborer, res 101 Taylor. 

Fleck Carrie (wid James), bds 48 Chicago. 

Fleckenstein Eliza (wid Wm), res 104 E Wayne. 

Fleckenstein Henry, painter, bds 104 E Wayne. 

Fledderman Mary E (wid John G), res 185 E Jefferson. 

Fleig Engelbert, laborer, res 172 Smith. 

Fleiger Caroline (wid George), res 76 Barr. 

Fleiger George P, laborer W, St L & P Ry, rms 112 Broad- 
way. 

Fleischmann Bernard, jointer, res 51 Archer ave. 

Fleischmann Eva T (wid Henry), res 30 Hoffman. 

Fleischmann John, brickraaker, res 62 N Hai-rison. 

Fleischmann Minnie, ironer Troy Steam Laundry, bds 30 Hoff- 
man. 

*Flemiiig House, T H Kennedy Proprietor, 22 and 24 W 
Berry. 

Fleming James W, res 61 N Cass. 

Fleming James W jr, clerk, bds 61 N Cass. 

Fleming John C, machinist, res 282 Webster, 

Fleming Manufacturing Co, Proprietors and Manu- 
facturers of the Boss Patent Road Leveler and Grader, 78 
High. 

Fleming Mary (wid John), res 88 W Washington. 

Fleming Miss Mary, bds 88 W Washington. 

Fleming: Oliver E, Lawyer 22 W Berry, res 158 same. 

Fleming Olivette, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 88 W 
Washington. 

Fleming Sarah, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 88 W Wash- 
ington. 

Fleming Sophia H (wid Robert E), res 158 W Berry, 

Fleming Thomas, stonecutter Roth & Keller, bds Irving House, 

Fleming Thomas H, laborer Nickel Plate Ry, res 340 W Main, 

Fleming Thornton J, dry goods 25 Calhoun, res 61 N Cass. 

*Fleming Hon Wm (Fleming Mnfg Co), vice-pres The Peters 
Box & Lumber Co, res 261 W Berry. 

Fleming Wm H, Boots and Shoes 52 Calhoun, res 106 W 
Berry. [See front cover.) 

Fletcher Charles P, res 124 E Berry. 

Fletcher City Bill Posting Co, Mrs J A Fletcher propr, G A 
Flinn mngr, office s s E Berry next Journal office. 

Fletcher Mrs Jennie A, propr Fletcher Bill Posting Co, res 120 
E Berry, 



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Lf\ TTTTT* T Paints, Oils, Varnishes and 
. W. XI U JU±J, Glass, at 90 Calhoun St. 

FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 169 

Fletcher Josiali F, Livery 32 Ban-, res 65 E Main. (See 

adv,2) 89.) 
Fletcher Mrs Margaret, dressmaker 65 E Main, res same. 
Fletcher Stephen G, policeman, res 239 E Washington. 
Fletcher Thomas (col'd), brakeman Penn Co, bds 68 Chicago. 
Fletter Charles, painter, bds 32 Chicago. 
Fletter John (Fletter & Ladd), res 42 W Main. 
Fletter Miss Lizzie, bds 32 Chicago. 
Fletter Lizzie, domestic 131 Holman. 
Fletter Margaret A (wid Samuel C), res 32 Chicago. 
Fletter & Ladd (John Fletter, Alfred Ladd), restaurant 42 W 

Main. 
Flick George W, carpenter, res 320 W Washington. 
Flickinger John W, painter, res 103 Mechanic's. 
Flieger, see Fleiger. 

Flinn Charles M, horseshoer Maroney & Dodge, res 11 N Cass. 
Flinn George A, rangr Fletcher City Bill Posting Co, res 11 N 

Cass. 
Flinn James L, billposter, res 116 Williams. 
Flinn Wm, horsetrainer, bds 116 Williams. 
Flochmann Annie (wid Frederick), bds 152 Ewing. 
Flock Daniel J, coppersmith P, F W & C Ry, res 159 Hanna. 
Flood Ella, waiter Rich's Hotel. 

Flood Michael, laborer Street Commissioner, res 122 Chicago. 
Flutter John, livery, res 114 W Wayne. 
Flutter Mrs Mary, dressmaker 114 W Wayne, res same. 
Foellinger Jacob, res e s Fairfield ave 4 s of Pontiac. 
Foellinger Jacob jr, trav agent, res e s Fairfield ave 4 s of 

Pontiac. 
Foellinger Martin C, gardener, res e s Fairfield ave 1 n of 

organ factory. 
Foellinger Block, 34 and 36 Calhoun. 
Fogerty Edwanl, horseshoer 16 Harrison, res same. 
Fogg Charles W, clerk Penn Co freight depot, bds 94 Calhoun. 
Fogherty Mary (wid Michael J), res 149 Griffith. 
Foley Catherine, chambermaid Robinson House. 
Foley Hanorah (wid Patrick), bds 7 Walnut. 
Foley Jeremiah, laborer, bds 28 Chicago. 
Foley John, watchman Penn Co, res 108 Wallace. 
Foley Thomas .J, despatcher Penn Co, bds 108 Wallace. 
Foley Timothy, laborer, res 28 Chicago. 
Foley Timothy P, helper W, St L & P Ry, rooms 37 Baker. 
Folmer Charles, molder Bass F & M Works, res e s Hanna 1 s 

of Eckart. 
Foltz Perry, photographer M L Jones, rooms 44 Calhoun. 
Foltz Mrs Ruth, bds Racine House. 

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Folz Anton, laborer N G Olds & Sons, res e s Hanna 1 s of 
Eck^rt. 

Folz Charles, laborer Penn Co, res 501 Hanna. 

Folz Frank, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds e s Hanna 1 s of 
Eckart. 

Folz Jacob, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds e s Hanna 1 s of 
Eckart. 

Folz Mark, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds e s Hanna 1 s of 
Eckart. 

Folz Robert, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 23 Force. 

Foncannon Oliver, foreman White's Wheel Works, rese s Grant 
ave 2 s of Washington. 

Foncannon Oliver P, paperhanger, bds 92 W Berry. 

*Foote Wm A (Foote & O'Connor), Cigar Manufacturer 92 
Calhoun, res 81 W Berry. 

Foote & O'Connor (Win A Foote, Bernard S O'Connor), proprs 
Princess Skating Rink cor Main and Fulton. 

Forbes Alexander, screwer N G Olds & Sons, bds 64 E Jef- 
ferson. 

Forbes Annie, domestic 101 W Superior. 

Forbing Gertrude (wid Michael), bds 366 Hanna. 

Forbing John, real estate, res 385 Hanna. 

Forche August, carpenter C G French, bds 231 Barr. 

Ford Andrew J, engineer Penn Co, res 156 Wallace. 

Ford Wm O, salesman Singer Mnfg Co, res 194 Lafayette. 

Fordhara Louis, brickmaker J Freraion, res 1 7 Purman. 

Fordney George M, molder Bass F & M Works, res 197 Mont- 
gomery. 

Forrest Fennimore, spokemaker, bds 182 Greeley. 

Forrest James, shoemaker 88|^ Barr, res same. 

Forrest John H, car inspector Penn Co, bds 55 Williams. 

Forster Conrad, spokemaker, bds 93 Hoffman. 

Forster Henry, foreman White's Wheel Works, res 93 Hoff- 
man. 

*Fort Wayne Ale House, 34 E Columbia. 

*Fort Wayne Bottling Works, F Hake & Co Proprie- 
tors, 18 to 28 Wells. [Seeadv opp inside front cover.) 

Fort Wayne Business College, Charles T Lipes Pro- 
prietor, 15 and 17 Court. {See adv front cover and p 63.) 

*Fort Wayne, Cincinnati & Louisville Railroad, 
Passenger Depot and Office 1st nr Wells. {See adv opp 
inside back cover.) 

Fort Wayne City Band, headquarters 10 W Main. 

Fort Wayne City Bill Posting Co, Charles B Woodworth pres, 
Carl P Swain sec, Henry J Seibold treas, George C Rich- 
ards supt, 5 Aveline House Block. 



Troy St63l11 LSUndry -P^*^"^ m NewMacWnery,- 



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Lnr TIM TVDCC go to Hamilton Art Gallery, S.E. 
rUl I IIM" I I ILO cor. Calhoim and Columbia Sts. 

FORT WAYNE DIBECTORY. 171 

Fort Wayne City Directory, R L Polk & Co Pub- 
lishers, Detroit, Mich. (See adv.) 

*Fort Wayne City Hospital, Mrs C L Smith supt, 166 Barr cor 
E Washington. 

Fort Wayne College The, Rev Wilbur F Yocum, D D, 
President, w end of Wayne. 

Fort Wayne College of Medicine, C B Stemen, M D, dean of 
the faculty, Charles R Dryer, M D, sec, 54 Barr. 

Fort Wayne Conservatory of Music, C F W Meyer 
Principal, 22, 24 and 26 E Main. 

*Fort Wayne Daily and Weekly Gazette, Keil Bros 
Proprietors, Benton M Hilton Business Manager, 30 E 
Berry. 

*Fort Wayne Daily and Weekly Journal, The Jour- 
nal Company Proprietors, 20 E Berry. {See adv,p 67.) 

*Fort Wayne Daily and Weekly News The, Page, 
Taylor & Co Proprietors, 19 E Main. {See adv,p 67.) 

Fort Wayne Dispatch (weekly), James Mitchell propr, rms 42 
P O Building. 

*Fort Wayne Gas Light Co, James Cheney President 
and Treasurer, C S Knight Superintendent, A C Probasco 
Secretary, s e cor Superior and Barr. 

*Fort Wayne Iron Works, Neil McLachlan, Sr, Super- 
intendent, Manufacturers Engines, Boilers and Castings, 
Office s e cor W Superior and Harrison. 

*Fort Wayne '* Jenney" Electric Light Co, O A 
Simons President, H G Olds Vice-President, R T McDon- 
ald Treasurer, P A Randall Secretary, Office and Works 
87 and 89 E Columbia. {See a dv front cove?:) 

Fort Wayne Journal of the Medical Sciences, Christian B Ste- 
men editor and publisher, s w cor Calhoun and Berry. 

Fort Wayne Kindergarten School, Miss L J Talbot principal, 
138 W Wayne. 

Fort Wayne Medical & Surgical Institute, Brook- 
field Card, M D, Manager and Director, Office 143 Calhoun. 

*Fort Wayne National Bank, see Old National Bank. 

*Fort Wayne Organ Co, S B Bond President, C E Bond 
Secretary, J M Barrett Treasurer, R F Keith Superintend- 
ent, Office and Works e s Fairfield ave s of Creighton ave. 

Fort Wayne Paint & Color Works, 70 Calhoun. 

Fort Wayne Park, n s Maumee river e of Main street bridge. 

Fort Wayne Safety Valve Works, E B Kunkle propr, 87 Barr. 

*Fort Wayne Sentinel (Daily and Weekly), E A K 
Hackett Proprietor, 107 Calhoun. {See adv,2) 71.) 

Fort Wayne Steam Stone Works, Roth & Keller 
Proprs, 92 and 94 Pearl. {Seeadv,p 77.) 

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Fort Wayne Steel Plow Works, J K Edgerton Pro- 
prietor, 54 W Main. 
*Fort Wayne Water Works Office, P J McDonald 

Secretary, 68 Barr. 

Fortriede Louis, Boots and Shoes 21 Calhoun, res 212 E 
Wayne. {See back cover.) 

Foster Abner W, brakeman G R & I R R, res 117 Holman. 

Foster Andrew, Merchant Tailor 15 W Wayne, res 150 
Griffith. 

Foster Block, e s Court bet Main and Berry. 

Foster Conrad, machine hand White's Wheel Works, bds 93 
Hoffman. 

Foster David N, President D N Foster Furniture Co, res 
96 E Berry. 

Foster D N Furniture Co, David N Foster President, 
Samuel M Foster Secretary, Wm J Kettler Treasurer, Fur- 
niture and Carpets 11 Court. 

Foster Frederick R, elk D N" Foster Furniture Co, bds 96 E 
Berry. 

Foster Harry A, tel operator Penn Co, bds 196 Calhoun. 

Foster Nathaniel H, printer, bds 4 McClellan. 

Foster Samuel M, Dry Goods and Notions and Manu- 
facturer Boys Waists, and Secretary D N Foster Furniture 
Co 58 Calhoun, res 30 Madison. 

Foster Wm H, carriage trimmer L B Johns,bds 25 Barr. 

Foster Wm T, blacksmith Penn Co, res 4 McClellan. 

Foulks John, foreman N Y, C & St L Ry, res 219 W Wash- 
ington. 

Fournier Frank E, helper Bass F & M Works, bds 13 Pur- 
man. 

Fowler Clarence, helper Kerr-Murray Mnfg Co, bds 395 La- 
fayette. 

Fowler George S, freight agent G R & I R R, res 49 E Lewis. 

Fowles Miss Agnes H, teacher Clay School, bds 64 Barr. 

Fowles John W, Merchant Tailor 64 Barr, res same. 

Fox, see also Fuchs. 

Fox Andrew J, clerk James Fox, bds same. 

Fox August (George Fox & Son), res 25 E Main. 

Fox August L, gardener, res s s Walnut 6 w of Oakley. 

Fox Christian, barber 82 Barr, res same. 

Fox Ellsworth, machinist Jenney Electric Light Co, bds 25 
Summit. 

Fox Frances (wid Valentine), res n s Riverside ave nr river. 

Fox Frances, domestic 34 W Superior. 

Fox Frank E, brakeman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds 327 W Main. 

Fox George (George Fox & Son) res 25 E Main. 

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Fox George & Son (George and August), restaurant 25 E 

Main. 
Fox Gilbert L, driver U S Express Co, res 276 W "Washing- 
ton. 
Fox Henry A (\V W Fox & Son), res 43 Elm. 
Fox Jehiel, conductor Penn Co, res av s Broadway 1 s of Hues- 

tis ave. 
*Fox James, wood and coal n s railroad nr Calhoun, res 1 mile 

n of city. 
Fox John, fireman Penn Co, res 21 Hamilton. 
Fox John R, foreman F W Jenney Electric Light Co, res 25 

Summit. 
Fox Joseph V, shipping clerk A C Trentman, res 46 W Su- 
perior. 
Fox Lawrence M, clerk, res 80 Cherry. 
*Fox Louis, Manufacturer Crackers and Confectionery, 

Wholesale Dealer in Foreign Fruits, Fireworks, Etc 100 

Calhoun, res cor Walnut and Fox. 
Fox Miss Maggie, res 21 Hamilton. 
Fox Martin L, clerk W W Fox & Son, bds 80 River. 
Fox Mary (wid Francis), res 79 Brackenridge. 
Fox Mary, ironer Troy Steam Laundry, bds 21 Buchanan. 
Fox Phcebe A (wid Henry), res 9 E Wayne, 
Fox Rowland, res 142 E Wayne. 
Fox Wm W (W W Fox & Son), res 327 W Main. 
Fox W W & Son (Wm W and Henry A), grocers 325 W 

Main. 
Fraikin John J, wagonmaker Andrew Voeglie, res 140 Mau- 

mee road. 
Fraine Alexander, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 72 Laselle. 
Fraine John, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 72 Laselle. 
Fraine Prosper, plasterer, res 72 Laselle. 
Franc Louisa, domestic 60 W Main. 
France, see also Franz. 
France Abraham, gardener n s Pennsylvania ave 4 n of Wayne 

Trace. 
France George W, laborer Hoffman Bros, res 3 Julia. 
France Harry F, Lawyer and Justice of the Peace 13 E 

Main, res 68 W Creighton ave. 
France Joseph S, carpenter w s Hanna 3 n of Pontiac, res 

same. 
France J Edward K, lawyer and notary public 21 Court, res 

139 Fairfield ave. 
France Rachel (wid Joseph), res 122 W Creighton ave. 
France Wm O, laborer, bds w s S Calhoun 2 s of Killea. 
Francisco Henrietta (wid John), bds 126 Ewing. 

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Frane Joseph, hub morticer White's Wheel Works, res w s 
Wabash ave 2 e of E Washington. 

Frane Margaret (wid Xavier), res 3*71 Lafayette. 

Frane Miss Pauline, bds 371 Lafayette. 

Frank Barbara, St Joseph's Hospital. 

Frank Charles F, carpenter, res 124 E Lewis. 

Frank Ellen (wid Francis), res 142 E Wayne. 

Frank George A, despatcher Penn Co, res 34 Butler, 

Frank Henry, res 205 Broadway. 

Frank John E, painter, bds 142 E Wayne. • 

Frank John T, tel operator, res 313 W Main. 

Frank Joseph F, assistant J C Peltier, res 19 W Wayne. 

Frank Julia, domestic 330 W Washington. 

Frank Marx (M Frank & Co), res 38 W Wayne. 

Frank Mendel, grocer 208 Hanna, res 41 Hough. 

Frank M & Co (Mai-x Frank, Joseph Lohman), Dry Goods 
and Notions 62 and 64 Calhoun. 

Frank Theodore, cashier M Frank & Co, bds 38 W Wayne. 

Frank Wm T, painter, bds 142 E Wayne. 

Franke August, fireman Water Works, res 154 Clinton. 

Franke Charles, carpenter Scheimann & Co, res 338 S Broad- 
way. 

Franke Charles, shoemaker L Fortriede, res 145 Broadway, 

Franke Christian, carpenter, res 364 E Lewis. 

Franke Frederick, pedler, res n s Wiebke 1 e of Lafayette. 

Franke Henry, carpenter, res 362 E Lewis. 

Franke Henry, with J C Peters, res 13 Barthold. 

Franke Henry C, deputy city marshal, res 408 E Washington. 

Franke John H, machinist Penn Co, res 366 Hanna. 

Franke Wm, carpenter, bds 362 E Lewis. 

Frankenstein Max L (Frankenstein & Ide), res 66 W Jefferson. 

Frankenstein & Ide (Max L Frankenstein, Charles Ide), drug- 
gists 66 W Jefferson. 

Franks Heniy, coachman 107 W Berry. 

Franz, see also Prance. 

Franz Frederick B, machinist E B Kunkle, bds 15 E Jefferson. 

Franz Mrs Mary, hotel 233 Calhoun, res same. 

Frary Frank, machinist W, St L & P Ry, res Brooklyn ave, 

Frary Henry A, laborer White's Wheel Works, res s s Penn 2 
e of DuBois. 

Frase Charles, broker, res 183 Oakland. 

Frase Jessie, domestic The Fort Wayne College. 

Frauenfelder Jacob, sawyer Peters B & L Co, res 35 Boone. 

Freeh Elizabeth, domestic 266 W Wayne. 

Freeh Henry, laborer Bass F & M Works, res Wayne township. 

Frederick Christina (wid Jacob), res 415 Lafayette. 

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FORT WATNE DIRECTORY. 175 

Frederick George H, fireman W, St L & P Ry, res 17 W Lewis. 

Frederick John W, machinist, res 75 Buchanan. 

Fredericks Wm R, fireman Penn Co, res 415 Lafayette. 

Frederickson Sarah L, domestic 87 N Cass. 

Free M E Church, s s Creighton ave e of Thomas. 

Freeland Charles, gardener, res s s Pennsylvania ave 2 n of 
Wayne Trace. 

Freeman Miss Catherine E, teacher Hanna School bds 68 Rock- 
hill. 

Freeman Henry R, teller First National Bank, bds Riverside 
Place. 

Freeman Miss Mary, laundress, res 68 Rockhill. 

Freeman Miss Mary E, teacher Bloomingdale School, bds River- 
side nr Spy Run ave. 

Freeman Newton B, trav agent, bds Elizabeth Rudisill. 

Freeman Samuel C, bds 139 W Main. 

Freer Jennie (wid John), res 262 E Washington, 

Freer Miss Laura A, dressmaker, bds 262 E Washington. 

Freese, see also M'ies. 

Freese August (Kiel & Freese), res 28 Williams. 

Freese Charles F, clerk Meyer Bros & Co, bds 177 W Wash- 
ington, 

Freese Frederick, laborer Olds' Wagon Works, bds 28 Williams. 

Freese Hannibal W, laborer Nickel Plate Ry, res Oakland nr 
Hoffman. 

Freese John, teamster W H Brown, bds rear 33 W Lewis. 

Freese Wm, hostler C S R R barn, res 40 Chicago. 

Freese Wm, miller George Esmond, bds 177 W Washington. 

Freiburger Anton, helper Ft Wayne Safety Valve Works, bds 
92 Smith. 

Freiburger Bros (George W and Joseph J), stoves 185 Broad- 
way. 

Freiburger Bernard, clerk, res 111 E Wayne. 

Freiburger Miss Caroline, bds 92 Smith. 

Freiburger George W (Freiburger Bros), res 13 Force. 

Freiburger Herman, bookkeeper S Freiburger & Bro, bds 91 
W Berry. 

Freiburger Ignatz, res 92 Smith. 

Freiburger Ignatz L, foreman Fruit House, res 152 W Jefferson. 

Freiburger Joseph J (Freiburger Bros), res 92 Smith, 

Freiburger Leopold (S Freiburger & Bro), res 91 W Berry, 

Freiburger Simon (S Freiburger & Bro), res 95 W Berry, 

Freiburger S & Bro (Simon and Leopold), Leather and 
Findings 24 E Main, 

Freiraeth August, finisher N G Olds & Sons, bds 146 Broad- 
way. 

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Fi'eimeth Charles, boilermaker, bds 146 Broadway. 
Freistroffer Henry, horseshoer Railroad nr Calhoun and 41 W 

Main, res 41 W Main. 
Freistroffer Simon, blacksmith 116 W Main, res 47 St Mary's 

ave. 
Freistroffer's Block, 41 W Main, 
Freitag, see also Friday. 
Freitag Anna, domestic C E Bond. 
Freitag August, laborer, res 19 Walnut. 
Fremion Frank (Scheie & Fremion), res 26 Harrison. 
Fremion Joseph, Brick Mnfr w s Hanna 9 s of limits, res 

same. 
Fremion Joseph E, brickmaker J Fremion, bds w s Hanna 9 s 

of limits. 
Fremion Philip, teamster J Fremion, res w s Lafayette s of 

limits. 
French Anna S (wid Richard), res 71 Smith. 
*Freiich Brewery & Bottling Works, C L Cent- 

livre Propr, n end Spy Run ave. {^See adv,p 6.) 
French Brooks, foreman Ft Wayne Organ Co, res w s Fairfield 

ave 1 s of Pontiac. 
French Charles G, carpenter 87 E Wayne, res 90 same. 
French Edgar A, stopfitter Ft Wayne Organ Co, res 117 W 

DeWald. 
French Francis H, U S A, bds 148 E Washington. 
French George E, feeder Newspaper Union, bds 468 Calhoun. 
French, Hanna & Co (R Morgan French, Oliver W Jef- 
ferds and Estate of Charles Hanna), Proprs Summit City 
Woolen Mills 96 E Superior. 
French Miss Lilian D, teacher Hoagland School, bds 456 Cal- 
houn. 
French Miss Mary, bds 456 Calhoun. 
French Nellie B, assistant S B Brown, bds cor Calhoun and 

Pontiac. 
French R Morgan (French, Hanna & Co), res 148 E Washing- 
ton. 
French Samuel C, blacksmith, res n w cor S Calhoun and 

Pontiac. 
French Sarah M (wid Jonathan), bds 4 McClellan. 
French Wm, laborer John Lauer, bds 348 Hanna. 
Frenking Anton, laborer Olds' Wagon Works, bds 134 E 

Madison. 
Frenking Margaret (wid Bernard), res 134 E Madison. 
Frentzel Conrad, laborer, bds 173 W Superior. 
Frentzel John A N, insurance agent, res 96 E Lewis. 
Freuchtenicht Miss Elizabeth, bds 197 Lafayette. 

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FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 177 

Freund, see Fh'iend. 

Frey Charles, clerk Win H Miller, res cor Union and Wash- 
ington. 

Freyburger, see Freiburger. 

Fricke Anton, stonemason, res 132 Chicago. 

Fricke Augusta (wid Henry), res 49 E JeflFei'son. 

Fricke Henry, laborer Wm Moellering, bds Charles Moellering. 

Fricke Wm, carpenter, res s w cor Huestis and Thompson aves. 

Friday, see also Freitag. 

Friday August H, machinist, bds 1 Brandriff. 

Friday Henry, expressman, res 1 Brandriff. 

Friday Mary, domestic 152 W Washington, 

Fridley Lewis F, fireman G R & I R R, res 37 Buchanan. 

Friedmann Frank, laborer Bass F & M Works, res s w cor 
Maud and Thomas. 

Friedmann Matthias, laborer White's Wheel Works, res s w 
cor Thomas and Maud. 

Friedrich Carl comb mnfr 66 Nelson, res same. 

Friend Alfred I (A I & H Friend), bds 130 W Washington. 

Friend A I & H (Alfred I and Henry), Tailoring and 
Gents' Furnishing Establishment 26 Calhoun. 

Friend Henry (A I and H Friend), bds 130 W Washington. 

Friend Henry, painter, res 166 W Berry. 

Friend Jacob, clerk A I & H Friend, res 130 W Washington. 

Friend John T, laborer Nickel Plate Ry, res 25 Van Buren. 

Friend Jonathan, hostler, bds 25 Van Buren. 

Fries, see also Freese. 

Fries Charles W, blacksmith Kerr-Murray Mnfg Co, res 40 
Taylor. 

Frisbie Frederick, laborer, res 1 9 Brandriff. 

Fritsche Emil, laborer, bds 334 Hanna. 

Fritschler Charles F, plumber G R Bowen, bds 148 W Main. 

Fritz Hotel, Fritz Schmueckle Proprietor, 10 E Berry. 

Fritze Wm, carpenter, bds 41 Barthold. 

Frohmuth Gustav, machinist Bass F & M Works, bds 93 Bu- 
chanan. 

Frohmuth John, shoemaker 93 Buchanan, res same. 

Frohmuth John jr, helper Penn Co, res 33 N Calhoun. 

Fronfield Reuben, foreman Rhinesmith & Simonson, res 28 W 
Superior. 

Frost Benjamin, res 313 S Calhoun. 

Frost James S, painter, res 294 Hanna. 

Frost John, fireman Nickel Plate Ry, bds 18^ Burgess. 

Frouenfelder Jacob, sawyer, res s s Boone 2 w of Centre. 

Fruth Henry, laborer Peters B & L Co, bds 45 Wells. 

Fry George, plumber A Hattersley & Sons, bds 60 Clinton. 

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Fry George A, tanner Joseph B Fry, res 25 Jackson. 

Fry Henry W, raeatraarket 109 E Lewis, res 104 same. 

Fry Jacob, laborer Penn Co freight depot, res 104 Ewing. 

Fry James H, clerk storehouse Penn Co, bds Commercial 
House. 

Fry John, laborer, bds 104 Ewing. 

Fry Joseph B, tanner 296 W Main, res same. 

Fry Mary (wid Jacob), res 296 W Main. 

Fry Mary (wid John), bds 77 Dawson. 

Frye Henry, fireman Penn Co, res 461 Calhoun. 

Frye Jerome B, conductor G R & I R R, res cor Calhoun and 
Creighton ave. 

Fryer David, helper Jenney Electric Light Co, res 132 Madi- 
son. 

Fryer Louis, machinist Jenney Electric Light Co, bds Ervin 
House. 

Fuchs, see also Fox. 

Fuchs Francis J, laborer Penn Co, res 11 Force. 

Fuchs George, res rear 167 E Jefferson. 

Fuchshuber John L, policeman, res 100 Williams. 

Fuehrer Miss Elizabeth, teacher East German School, bds 183 
E Washington. 

Fuelber Anselm, city editor Indiana Staats Zeitung, res 62 W 
Lewis. 

Fuess George W, music teacher, res n w cor Shick and Erie. 

Fullam Mary (wid John), res 182 Francis. 

Funck John H, bricklayer, res w s Harmer 3 s of Hugh, 

Funck Michael, brewer C L Centlivre, res nr Brewery. 

Furste Frank L, notary public 1 and 2 Foster Block, res 209 
E Wayne. 

Furthmiller Rosina (wid Jacob), bds 43 Taylor. 

Futter Charles T (Futter and Rhodes), res 24 McClellan. 

Futter Miss Lena, clerk Troy Steam Laundry, res 96 W Supe- 
rior. 

Futter Martin, finisher Peters Box & Lumber Co, res 93 W 
Superior. 

Futter & Rhodes (Charles T Futter, George Rhodes), barbers 
12 E Berry. 

Gh 

Gable, see also Goehel. 

Gable Frank A, clerk Fruit House, bds 219 Lafayette. 
Gable Frederick, music teacher, res 32 W Main. 
Gabel Mary (wid Christian), res 40 Madison. 
Gable Peter F, stonecutter Roth & Keller, res Maysville gravel 
road. 

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FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 179 

Gable Philip, foreman machinist Bass F & M Works, res 74 

Lillie. 
Gable Stephen, fireman Penn Co, res 132 Force. 
Gablenz Lena (wid Charles), res 50 Maumee road. 
Gaddis Ida, waiter Harmon House. 
Gaetje John, Saloon and Beer Garden 179 Calhoun, res 

same. 
Gaffney Miss Margaret, teacher, bds 33 Bass. 
Gaffney Mary (wid Edward), res 33 Bass. 
Gaffney Miss Tilla M, clerk L Wolf & Co, bds 402 Calhoun. 
Oaflfney Wm, township trustee 13 and 14 Foster Block, 

res 402 S Calhoun. 
Gage Mrs Anna, domestic 143 W Wayne. 
Gage George E, brakeman G R & I R R, res 37 Smith. 
Gage Perley R, conductor G R & I R R, res cor Smith and 

Wallace. 
Gage Robert, broom mnfr 318 W Main, res 320 same. 
Gaines Wm T, porter Tremont House. 
Galbraith Nelson A, clerk D N Foster Furniture Co, res 55 

Wells. 
Gallagher Mary, domestic s w cor Clinton and E Washington. 
Gallagher Rosa, domestic 16 W Lewis. 

Galland Henry, fireman N G Olds & Sons, res 383 Lafayette. 
Gallapoo Peter, laborer N G Olds & Sons, res 317 Hanna. 
Galler Wm G, finisher J M Miller, res 4 Hood. 
Gallmeier Ernst, carpenter, res 69 Maumee road. 
Gallmeier Frederick W, letter carrier No 2, res 61 Maumee road. 
Gallmeier Mena, domestic 526 E Wayne. 
Gallmeier Wm, carpenter, res 136 Francis. 
Gamrath Wm, brickmaker, res 374 W Main. 
Gans Louis, janitor car shop Penn Co, res 3 Marion. 
Ganzer Jacob, baker 53 Wells, res same. 
Ganzer Stephen, clerk Fruit House, bds 147 E Jefferson. 
Garboden Alexander L, laborer, res e s Hanna 2 s of Eckart. 
G-ard Brookfield, M D, Manager and Director Fort 

Wayne Medical & Surgical Institute, Office 143 Calhoun, 

res same. 
Gard Mrs Margaret C, res e s Lillie 2 s of E Lewis. 
Gardes Annie M, domestic 239 Jefferson. 

Gardes Herman, helper Bass F & M Works, res 284 E Jefferson. 
Gardner Anthony, laborer, res 16 West. 
Gardner DeMott C, printer Fort Wayne Daily News, res 46 

W^illiams. 
Gardner Ellen, domestic n w cor Harrison and 1st. 
Gardner Frank, rim polisher N G Olds & Sons, res 14 West. 
Gardner Frederick W, painter Penn Co, bds 120 Chicago. 



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Gardner George W, laborer Penn Co, res 120 Chicago. 

Gardner Henry, coremaker Penn Co, bds 16 West. 

Gardner Henry J, conductor P, F W& C Ry, res 159 E Lewis. 

Gardner Mary, bds 16 West. 

Gardner Melvin R, clerk Nickel Plate Ry, res 41 High. 

Gardt Henry, laborer Penn Co, res n e cor Maud and Holton 
ave. 

Garlach Emil, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 29 Gay. 

Garman John W, jeweler 38 Clinton, rooms same. 

Garr Urania (wid Jacob), bds 301 Harrison. 

Garrell John, brakeman G R & I R R, res cor Allen and Har- 
rison. 

Garrett Wm E, machinist, res 79 W Jefferson. 

Garrison Albert, helper Bass F & M Works, res 18 Colerick. 

Garvin Clarence, heater Bass F & M Works, bds 163 Hanna. 

Gaskill Bernard, laborer Peters B & L Co, bds 100 Putnam. 

Gaskill Leonard M, setter Hoffman Bros, res 408 W Main. 

Gaskill Minard, edger Hoffman Bros, bds 100 Putnam. 

Gaskill Prudence, finisher Troy Steam Laundry, bds 100 Putnam. 

Gaskill Wm, laborer, res 100 Putnam. 

Gaskins Catherine (wid Joseph), res n s W Creighton ave 2 w 
of Fairfield ave. 

Gaskins Miss Emma F, teacher High School, bdsns W Creigh- 
ton ave 2 w of Fairfield ave. 

Gaskins Wm B, machinist W, St L & P Ry, bds n s Creighton 
2 w of Fairfield ave. 

Gaskiss Ida, domestic 110 W Main. 

Gassert Frederick, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 10 Leith. 

Gassert Nicholas, wiper Penn Co, res 10 Leith, 

Gassert Nicholas jr, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 10 Leith. 

Gaszner John P, asst mailing clerk P O, res e s Spy Run ave 1 
s of Prospect ave. 

Gates, see also Getz. 

Gates Abraham, conductor Penn Co, res 326 Harrison. 

Gates George, cigarmaker L Dessauer & Co, rooms 78 E Main. 

Gates Wm, watchman Penn Co, bds 6 Kansas. 

Gates Wm H, engineer Penn Co, res 319 Harrison. 

Gauld, see also Gould. 

Gauld Alexander B, cabinetmaker Ft Wayne Organ Co, res 41 
Miner. 

Gauld Gordon R, cabinetmaker Ft Wayne Organ Co, bds 41 
Miner. 

Gauntt Forrest, miller George Esmond, bds 442 Broadway. 

Gause Daniel, clerk Wm Gause, bds 104 Barr. 

Gause Wm, agricultural implements 59 E Columbia, res 161 
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Gavin James A, janitor-in-chief public schools, res 311 E 
Wayne. 

Gavin Miss Margaret, bds 311 E Wayne. 

Gavin Robert, miller City Mills, res 8 Harmer. 

Gay Millard F, yardman J M Moderwell, res 125 Franklin ave. 

Gay Monroe W, carpenter, bds 13 High. 

Geake John J (Wm & J J Geake), res 10 West. 

Geake Wm (Wm & J J Geake), res 258 W Jefferson. 

*Geake Wm & J J (Wm and John J), Stone Contractors 
76 to 82 Pearl. 

Gear Edward, driver C S R R Co, bds 262 Calhoun. 

Gearey Ambrose, contractor, res s s Maumee road 1 e of 
DuBois. 

Gearey Mary (wid Wm), res s s Maumee I'oad 1 e of DuBois. 

Gearhart Edward, laborer Hoffman Bros, bds 65 Putnam. 

Gqarhart Wm S, edger Hoffman Bros, res 66 Putnam. 

Geary, see also Gerry. 

Geary Charles, contractor, res 391 E Washington. 

Geary Charles T, butcher Robert Hood, res 70 Dawson. 

Geary Edward B, laborer, bds 391 E Washington. 

Geary John, watchman Penn Co, res 56 Chicago. 

Geary John C, butcher Robert Hood, bds 391 E Washington. 

Geary May, ironer Troy Steam Laundry, bds Mrs Nicholas. 

Geary Wm, blacksmith H Freistroffer, res 247 Clay. 

Gebele Miss Hannah, dressmaker 65 Harrison, res same. 

Gebele Miss Mary, dressmaker, bds 65 Harrison. 

Gebert Prank, saloon 60 E Columbia, bds 107 same. 

Gebhai'd George, harnessinaker F Hilt, res e s Grant ave 1 s of 
E Washington. 

Gebhard Henry, laborer, bds 91 Summit. 

Gebhard Wm, mason, res 91 Summit. 

Gebhard Wm F, laborer White's Wheel Works, bds 91 Sum- 
mit. 

Geerken Ernst W, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, res 93 E Lewis. 

Geerken George, clerk Gerke & Co, res 80 Montgomery. 

Geerken George jr, boilermaker Penn Co, bds 80 Mont- 
gomery. 

Geerken Henry, boilermaker Penn Co, res cor Hanna and Mont- 
gomery. 

Geerken Henry jr, boilermaker Penn Co, res 199 Montgomery. 

Gehring Andrew, bottler F Hake & Co, res 197 High. 

Gehring Elizabeth, domestic 95 Fulton. 

Gehrke Louis, clei'k Wm Oelting, bds 362 S Calhoun. 

Geiger Anna K, bds 265 Hanna. 

Geiger Catharine (wid Herman), res over 48 E Columbia. 

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Geiger Charles H, clerk McKinnie House, bds same. 

Geiger Charles J, bookbinder 125 E Jefferson, res same. 

Geiger Frank J, clerk John Scheffer &Co, bds 125 E Jefferson. 

Geiger Joseph, laborer Street Commissioner, res 231 Barr, 

Geiger Joseph J, barber 128 E Washington, bds 125 E Jeffer- 
son. 

Geisman Charles, rimmer N G Olds & Sons, bds 40 Locust. 

Geisman Elizabeth (wid Jacob), res 40 Locust. 

Geisman Julius, bellowsmaker Ft Wayne Organ Co, bds 40 
Locust. 

*Geismar Adolph, Proprietor The Globe Chop House and 
Restaurant 11 E Main, res 101 E Berry. 

Geiss Emma, domestic lOY W Washington. 

Geiss Julia (wid Jacob), res over 48 E Columbia. 

Geiss Louis, clerk Darrow Hotel. 

Geistdoerfer Wm, saloon 55 E Main, res same. 

Geller Charles (Ehrmann & Geller),res 186 Griffith. 

Geller Elizabeth (wid Theodore), bds 168 E Lewis. 

Geller George, machinist Penn Co, res 2 Hood. 

Geller George G J, baker, bds 102 Broadway. 

Geller Gottlieb, varnisher Ft Wayne Organ Co, res .S46 Broad- 
way. 

Geller Theodore, gardener, res 93 Hoffman, 

*Geller Wm F, Baker and Confectioner 104 and 106 Broad- 
way, res 102 same. 

Geller Wm G, varnisher Ft Wayne Organ Co, res 4 Hood. 

Gellert Max, tinner Gruber & Gray, bds n e cor Pine and 
Taylor. 

Gendelsperger Jacob, yardman, res 7 Pearl. 

Gendelsperger Nead, machine hand, res e s Glasgow ave n of E 
Wayne. ' 

Genow John, laborer P, F W & C Ry, res 166 Holman. 

Gentile Andrea, lemon pedler, bds 18 Chicago. 

Gentile Francesco, lemon pedler, res 18 Chicago. 

Gepford Louis, butcher, bds 146 Broadway. 

Gerard, see also Girard. 

Gerard Anthony, helper Penn Co, res 92 Lillie. 

Gerard Anthony jr, train despatcher P, F W & C Ry, bds 92 
Lillie. 

Gerard Benway, caller P, F W & C Ry, bds 92 Lillie. 

Gerardin Edward, bds 28 E Columbia. 

Gerardin Elizabeth, domestic 22 Butler. 

Gerardin Hypolite, saloon 28 E Columbia, res same. 

Gerber Conrad, driver George DeWald & Co, res 253 E Wash- 
ington. 

Gerber Ewald, helper L Rastetter, res e s Smith. 

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FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 183 

Gerberding August, teamster, res n w cor Coombs and Erie. 

Gerberding Edward, teacher St Paul's German Lutbei'an School, 
res 249 E Jefferson. 

Gerberding Henry A, teamster, bds n w cor Coombs and Erie. 

Gerberding Rudolph, clerk, bds 249 E Jefferson. 

Gerberding Walter R, clerk S M Foster, bds 249 E Jefferson. 

Gerberding Wm F, laborer, bds n w cor Coombs and Erie. 

Gerdes Henry, helper Bass F & M Works, res 284 E Jefferson. 

Gerding Harmon, grocer 108 Calhoun, bds 80 W Jefferson. 

Gerding John P, clerk H Gerding, res 116 .John. 

Gerding Wm E, clerk U S Express Co, bds 116 John. 

Gerdom Ernest H, foreman Bass F & M Works, res 94 Bu- 
chanan. 

Gerdom Hermann, teamster Bass F & M Works, bds 94 Bu- 
chanan. 

Gerke Christina (wid Henry), res 161 Gay. 

Gerke George, clerk, res 168 Montgomery. 

Gerke Henry C, clerk Wm Moellering & Sons, bds 209 Lafay- 
ette. 

Gerke Henry F, laborer, res 209 Lafayette. 

Gerke Henry W, clerk Gerke & Co, bds 193 Lafayette. 

Gerke John F (Gerke & Co), res Goeglein, Ind. 

Gerke Julia, domestic 261 W Berry. 

Gerke Louis H, mail agent W, St L&PRy, res 193 Lafayette. 

Gerke & Co (John F Gerke and Christian Kramer), General 
Store 191 and 193 Lafayette. 

Gerken Frederick, machinist W, St L & P Ry, res 39 Melita. 

Gerlach Emil, laborer Bass F & M Works, res w s Walton ave 
5 s of Pontiac. 

Gerlach Moritz F, carpet weaver 310 Hanna, res same. 

Germain Ross M, engineer N Y, C & St L Ry, res 251 W 
Wayne. 

German Lutheran (St John's) Cemetery, Bluff ton road 3 miles 
s w from city. 

German Lutheran (St Paul's) Cemetery, n s Maumee ave e of 
Concordia College. 

German Lutheran School, n e cor Union and Wilt. 

German Reformed Church (Salem), e s Clinton bet E Wayne 
and E Berry. 

Gerow Teles D, slater, res 23 Grand. 

Gerry, see also Geary. 

Gerry John C, butcher A F Gessler, bds 391 E Washington. 

Gersch, see Goersch. 

Gerwig Louis, clerk Pfeiffer & Schlatter, res 65 High. 

Gesenhans Gertrude, St Joseph's Hospital. 

Gessens Christian, carpenter 56 Thomas, res same. 



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Gessler Albert F, meatmarket 60 E Main, res same. 

Gessler Victoria (wid Frederick), res 60 E Main. 

Gessner Frederick E, photographer, res 112 Jackson. 

Gessner Frederick, photographer J A Shoaff, res 112 Jackson. 

Getty, see also Goette and Gotty. 

Getty Frank, teamster, res 76 Laselle. 

Getty George, trunkmaker Fisher Bros, res 27 Buchanan. 

Getty Lida, music teacher, bds 184 E Jefferson. 

Getty Miss Ray, music teacher, bds 10 W Superior. 

Getz, see also Gates and Goetz. 

Getz John C, shoemaker C Schiefer & Sons, res 61 Grand. 

Geye Henry, shoemaker 424 E Wayne, res same. 

Geye Henry B, clerk W H Fleming, bds 424 E Wayne. 

Geye Herman, shoemaker Henry Geye, res 125 Harrison. 

Geye Pauline, domestic 137 W Wayne. 

Gibford Abraham, clerk, res 75 E Wayne. 

Gibford Catherine (wid David), bds 109 Fairfield ave. 

Gibford Edward B, traveling agent, bds 75 E Wayne. 

Gibford Harry W, clerk W H Fleming, bds 75 E Wayne. 

Gibford Lizzie, domestic A H Hamilton. 

Gibney Thomas, laborer Penn Co, res 232 Lafayette. 

Gibson Andrew G, yardman Nickel Plate Ry, bds 174 Greeley. 

Gibson Charles A, blacksmith L B Johns, res 57 Williams. 

Gibson Charles D, laborer, bds 141 W Superior. 

Gibson Frank, salesman CDC Huestis, res 22 Murray. 

Gibson James, gardener, res 141 W Superior. 

Gibson Miss Mary, bds 45 Locust. 

Gibson Mary J (wid Frank H), res 38 Oak. 

Gick George, clerk C A Pickard & Co, res 292 E Washington. 

Gick Louis, clerk H J Ash, bds 292 E Washington. 

Gidley Rebecca (wid Wm), res 20 Pine. 

Gidley Richard A, boilermaker W, St L & P Ry, bds 20 Pine. 

Giese August, laborer M Diehl & Co, res e s McCulloch 1 n of 
Hayden. 

Giflford Wm E, baggagemaster F W, C & L R R, bds 5 N Cal- 
houn. 

Gilbert Charles E, fireman W, St L & P Ry, bds 173 W De- 
Wald. 

Gilbert Hanna, dishwasher Fleming House, bds 173 DeWald. 

Gilbert John, manager Standard Oil Co 106 Calhoun, res 246 
W Washington. 

Gilbert John V, gardener, res n s New Haven road 1 e of toll- 
gate. 

Gilbey John, lab W, St L & P Ry, res 164 George. 

Gilchrist Christopher, hair dealer, res 38 Baker. 

Gill David W, student, bds 309 W Jefferson. 

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FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 185 

Gillen Bernard, laborer, bcls 158 Madison. 

Gillen Elizabeth, St Joseph's Hospital. 

Gillen Frank E, conductor Penn Co, res 150 Holman. 

Gillespie Wm R, mason, res 50 Maumee road. 

Gillett D wight D, lumber dealer, res 110 E Wayne. 

Gillett Frank, fireman Nickel Plate Ry, bds 18|- Burgess. 

Gillett Hollis, saloon 36 Barr, rms same. 

Gillett Roxana (wid Devillo), res 160 W Washington, 

Gillette Edwin A, machinist W, St L & P Ry, bds 164 Broad- 
way. 

Gilligan Michael, watchman Hanna street crossing, bds 4 Cole- 
rick. 

Gilliom Henry, clerk Wra Gause, res 226 Hugh. 

Gillman Huldah (wid Jerome), res 48 Oliver. 

Gilmartin Edward, line repairer G R & I R R, res 31 Wil- 
liams. 

Gimpel Henry, coremaker Bass F & M Works, res 119 Tay- 
lor, 

Ginther Etta, domestic 209 Harrison. 

Ginther George H, asst division engineer Nickel Plate Ry, bds 
Aveline House. 

Ginty Michael O, conductor Penn Co, i"es 14 Force. 

Girard, see also Gerard. 

Girard Frank, laborer, bds 98 Maumee road. 

Girard Nicholas, laborer, res 98 Maumee road. 

Girardin, see Gerardln. 

Gladbach Gottfried, cabinetmaker Ft Wayne Organ Co, res 162 
Calhoun. 

Gladbach Joseph, carpenter, res 21 Force. 

Gladieux Mary, domestic 66 Monroe. 

Glase Wm, machinist Bickford Furniture Co, bds 264 E Wash- 
ington. 

Glaser Edward F, baker 195 Hanna, res same. 

Glaser Frank, agent, bds 195 Hanna. 

Glaser John, messenger N Y, C & St L Ry, bds 55 W Wayne. 

Glaser John E, baker E F Glaser, bds 195 Hanna. 

Glaser Traugott, clerk S M Foster, bds 55 W Wayne. 

Glass Emery, res 3 Duryea, 

Glass Susannah (wid John J W), res 90 Maumee road. 

Glenn Thomas M, conductor Penn Co, res 66 DeWald. 

Glenn Wm, engineer Penn Co, res 71 W DeWald, 

Glenwood Chapel, S Broadway s city limits. 

Glessner Charles A, printer, res 47 N Calhoun. 

Glick John, foreman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds John Brendel, 

*Globe Chop House & Restaurant The, Adolph 
Geismar Proprietor, 11 E Main. 

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Glock Frederick, druggist 270 Hanna, res same. 

Gloeckle John, barber 130 Calhoun, res 188 E Washington. 

Gloyd Louis, laborer, bds Johnson House. 

Glusenkimp Frederick, blacksmith F W, C & L R R, res 62 

N Harrison. 
Glusenkarap Wm, laborer F W, C & L R R, 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, loans and insurance 

7 Court. 
Glutting Miss Frances, res 15 W Washington. 
Glutting Miss Lizzie, res 15 W Washington. 
*Gllittmg & Christen (Estate of Jacob Glutting, John 

Christen), Bottlers, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in For- 
eign and Domestic Ales, Porter, Beer, Wines and Liquors 

34 E Columbia. 
Glynn Matthias, Livery Stable 53 E Main, res same. 

{See adv, p 81.) 
Gmeinor Charles, engineer F W, C & L R R, res 23 W 4th. 
Gmeinor Michael, wiper F W, C & L R R, res 63 High. 
Gobb Wm, brewer C L Centlivre, res nr brewery. 
Gocke Anthony, res 47 W Wayne. 

Gocke August C, clerk B R Noll & Co, bds 47 W Wayne. 
Gocke Augustus A, porter G E Bursley & Co, res e s Grant ave 

1 n of Maumee road. 
Gocke Frank A, trav agent CDC Huestis, res 322 E Wayne. 
Gocke Henry J, clerk L Wolf & Co, res 46 W Lewis. 
Gocke Louis H, bookkeeper A C Trentman, bds 47 W Wayne. 
Godfrey Casper J, brakeman G R & I R R, res 179 W Jefferson. 
Godfrey James P, engineer Wabash pumping station, res e s 

Thompson ave 1 n of railroad. 
Goebel, see also Gable. 

Goebel Christina (wid Peter), res 219 Lafayette. 
Goebel Frank A, clerk, bds 219 Lafayette. 
Goebel Frederick, Musician, res 32 W Main. 
Goebel Siebert, fireman Penn Co, res 132 Force. 
Goeglein Andrew, helper Kerr-Murray MnfgCo, res 158 Taylor. 
Goehren Joseph, tailor, res 320 E Washington. 
Goehrendt, see Joehrendt. 

Goeppert Louis, butcher F Eckart, res 146 Broadway. 
Goering Dorothy (wid Frederick), bds 107 Foi'ce. 
Goeriz Anna M (wid Adolphus), res 55 E Berry. 
Goeriz Lewis T, pedler, bds 55 E Berry. 
Goers Wm, laborer Wm Moellering, • es 88 DeWald. 
Goersch August W, laborer, res 133 E Lewis. 

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FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 187 

Goertz Theodore, harnesaraaker F Hilt, res 40 Laselle, 

Goette, see also Getty and Gotty. 

Goette Conrad, tailor, res 168 Smith. 

Goetz John C, shoemaker, res 61 Grand. 

Golden Anthony W, clerk Golden & Monahan, res 200 Lafayette. 

Golden Mrs Bridget, janitress Penn Co offices. 

Golden Miss Bridget, tailoress, res 29 Melita. 

Golden Edward J (Golden & Monahan), res 177 W Wayne. 

Golden John, baggageman Penn Co depot, res 10 Oak. 

Golden Margaret (wid Thomas), res 38 Melita. 

Golden Martin, brakeman Penn Co, bds 34 Smith. 

Golden Patrick, laborer, res 34 Smith. 

Golden Patrick J (Noll & Golden), res 235 E Lewis. 

Golden Samuel, laborer, res 40 Pearl. 

Golden Wm, bds 40 Pearl. 

Golden & Monahan (Edward J Golden, Dennis Mona- 
han), Hats, Caps and Gents' Furnishing Goods, Shirts 
Manufactured to Order 66 and 68 Calhoun. 

Goldsmith Herman N, pawnbroker 82 Calhoun, res 159 W 
Washington. 

Goldstone John, grocer 117 Fairfield ave, res 115 same. 

Goleeke Wm, mach hand Olds' Wagon Works, res w s Walton 
ave 5 s of E Lewis. 

GoUmer Emil, laborer, res 43 Wall. 

Gombert Henry, laborer P, F W & C Ry, res 190 Jackson. 

Gomoll Julius, laborer N G Olds & Sons, res 54 Thomas. 

Gonnes Henry, carpenter, res 349 W Main. 

Good Caroline (wid George), res 218 E Wayne. 

Good George L, trimmer Jenney Electric Light Co, bds 218 E 
Wayne. 

Goodenough George J, foreman, bds 167 Jackson. 

Goodes Eliza, dressmaker, bds 77 Brackenridge. 

Goodman Francis X, saloon 35 W Columbia, res same. 

Goodman Wm, carpentei", res 35 Grand. 

Goodwin Charles A, clerk Root & Co, bds 168 W Jefferson. 

*Goodwin Horatio N, dry goods and groceries 124 and 126 
Broadway, res 168 W Jefferson. 

Goodwin Lizzie (wid Wm), res 100 Montgomery. 

Goodwin Monroe A, laborer Wm Moellering, bds Charles Moel- 
ering. 

Goodwin Wm H, carp Kendrick & Shrimpton, bds 100 Mont- 
gomery. 

Gordon Biron W, laborer, rras 72 E Main. 

Gordon Daniel D, finisher D N Foster Furniture Co, bds 16 
Leith. 

Gordon George P, baggagemaster Penn Co depot, res 16 Leith. 

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Gordon Hugh K, baggageman Penn Co depot, res 375 E Wash- 
ington. 

Gordon John F, horseshoer H Freistroffer, bds 16 Leith. 

Gordon Wni D, depot clerk Adams Express Co, bds 16 Leith. 

Gordon Wm, bds 375 E Washington. 

Gordon Wm H, watchman H C Graff e, bds 375 E Washington. 

Gordt Henry, helper Penn Co, res 46 Holton ave. 

Gorham Marquis D, saw filer 45 W Main, res n e cor Van Buren 
and Gi-eeley. 

Gorman Mary, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 23 Melita. 

Gorman Thomas, laborer Kerr-Murray Mnfg Co, res 23 Melita. 

Gorman Wm, sectionhand W, St L & P Ry, res 74 Melita. 

Gorrell Scipio R, conductor Penn Co, res s w cor Harrison and 
Allen. 

Gorrell Stephen C, photographer, bds Darrow Hotel. 

Gorsline Frank, brakeman G R & I R R, res cor canal and Daw- 
son. 

Gorsline Sylvester L, baggageman W, St L & P Ry, res 15 
Hamilton. 

Goshorn Jacob S, City Engineer, Office 68 Barr, res 386 
E Washington. 

Goshorn Wm H, county engineer, office Court House, res 102 
E Washington. 

Goshorn Miss Laura, teacher Jeff erson School, bds 102 E Wash- 
ington, 

Goshorn Wm H, civil engineer, res 102 E Washington. 

Goshway Jules, brickmaker J Fremion, res s w cor Lillie and 
Edgerton. 

Gosta August, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 41 Smith. 

Gotsch Theodore O, clerk Morgan & Beach, res 93 W Jefferson. 

Gotty, see also Getty and Goette. 

Gotty Christian, laborer Penn Co, res 73 Buchanan. 

Gould, see also Gauld. 

Gould Harry G, physician, bds 108 Broadway. 

Gould Jennie M (wid Chauncy B), dressmaker 108 Broadway, 
res same. 

Gould Theodore H, engineer Penn Co, res 214 E Wayne. 

Gouty Frank, watchman, res s w cor Cherry and Elm. 

Gouty James M, bds 179 W Superior. 

Gouty Miss Laura, clerk A Mergentheim, bds 179 W Superior. 

Gouty Thomas A, cigars and tobacco 259 Calhoun, res same. 

Gouty Wm F, clerk, bds 259 Calhoun. 

Gowan Henry, carpenter Kendrick & Shrimpton, res 349 W 
Main. 

Goj'^le James, wheelwright Olds' Wagon Works, res 322 La- 
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Grable John, res 33 Grand. 

Grable John jr, fireman Penn Co, bds 33 Grand. 

Grable Samuel A, conductor Penn Co, bds 33 Grand. 

Grace Reformed English Church, s s E Washington bet Barr 

and Lafayette. 
Grady John, fireman F W, C & L R R, res 12 Chicago. 
Grady Michael, brakeman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds 12 Chicago. 
Grady Thomas J, brakeman Penn Co, bds 5 Creighton ave, 
Graf John, machinist Penn Co, res 18 Buchanan. 
Graff Myer L, lawyer s e cor Court and Main, bds Aveline 

House. 
Graff Philip, grocery and saloon 337 Lafayette, res same. 
Graffe Charles F (G W Graffe & Co), res 24 W Jefferson. 
Graffe Frederick (G W Graffe & Co), res 134 Calhoun. 
Graffe Fred 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. 
*Graflfe Henry C, Watches, Clocks and Jewelry s e cor 

Calhoun and Columbia, res 156 W Jefferson. {See left top 

lines.) 
Graf miller Christian (Graf miller & McKee), res 196 Calhoun. 
Grafmiller Miss Eva, bds 196 Calhoun. 
Graf miller Miss Lizzie, boarding house 196 Calhoun. 
Grafmiller & McKee (Christian Grafmilltr, Hugh McKee), con- 
tractors 196 Calhoun. 
Graft Frederick, helper Bass F & M Works, bds 333 E Lewis. 
Grage Amelia, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 26 Chicago. 
Grage Emma, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 26 Chicago. 
Grage Frederick, truckman, res 183 W Jefferson. 
Grage Henry, driver Root & Co, bds 183 W Jefferson. 
Grage Sophia, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 26 Chicago. 
Grage Wra H, teamster, res 26 Chicago. 
Graham Abi-ahara H, draughtsman F W Jenney Electric Light 

Co, bds 22 Brackenridge. 
Graham Miss Belle, clerk Root & Co, bds 21 Brackenridge. 
Graham Elizabeth (wid James) res 35 E Wayne. 
Graham Mrs Elizabeth C, res 144 E Berry. 
Graham Miss Elizabeth J, dressmaker, res e s S Calhoun 2 s of 

Leith. 
Graham Frederick V (James E Graham & Son), bds 405 Hanna, 
Graham George E, painter, res 41 W Lewis. 
Graham George W, machinist Penn Co, res 344 E Washington. 
Graham James E (James E Graham & Son), res 405 Hanna. 
Graham James E & Son (James E and Frederick Y), 
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Graham John, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 72 Laselle. 

Graham John G, teacher German Lutheran School, res 222 
Broadway. 

Graham Mary (wid Frederick), bds e s S Calhoun 2 s of Leith. 

Graham Samuel D, traveling agent, res e s S Calhoun 3 n of 
Killea. 

Graham Sarah, dressmaker, bds e s S Calhoun 2 s of Leith. 

Graham Wm E, clerk Penn Co, bds Rich's Hotel. 

Graham Wm F, clerk Penn Co, rms 55 Brackenridge. 

Grahl Clemens, teacher St Paul's German Lutheran School, res 
196 Barr. 

Grahl Theodore W, clerk Pfeiffer & Schlatter, bds 196 Barr. 

GAR Hall, n w cor Calhoun and Main. 

*Grand Rapids & Indiana R R, operating Cincinnati, 
Richmond & Ft Wayne R R, P S O'Rourke Superin- 
tendent, J K McCracken Freight and Ticket Agent ; Offices 
and Depots with Pennsylvania Railway Company, cor 
Clinton and Railroad. (See adv, hiside back cover.) 

Graney Cornelius, sectionman W, St L & P Ry, bds 62 Wil- 
liams. 

Graney Michael, sectionman W, St L & P Ry, bds 62 Williams. 

Graney William, laborer, res 62 Williams. 

Granger Horace G, storekeeper W, St L & P Ry, res 160 W 
Wayne. 

Granger Noah, fruit trees, res 160 W Wayne. 

Granger Priscilla (wid Charles), boarding house 16 Bracken- 
ridge. 

Graneman Annie, domestic 96 W Wayne. 

Grannemann Charles, helper W, St L & P Ry, res 235 Webster. 

Grannemann Ella, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 235 Web- 
ster. 

Grannemann Henry, servant 108 E Berry. 

Gi-ant James, boilermaker W, St L & P Ry, bds 6 Kansas. 

Grauter Gottlieb, laborer, res s s Edgerton 2 from Lillie. 

Graves Albert W, engineer G R & I R R, bds Harmon House. 

Graves Charles E, sec insurance board 93 Calhoun, res 129 W 
Main. 

Graves Rosa, domestic 246 W Berry. 

Gray Ambrose, engineer Penn Co, bds 355 E Wayne. 

Gray Arthur, laborer Wm Moellering, bds 40 Wells, 

Gray James P (Gruber & Gray), res 90 Williams. 

Gray James P jr, conductor Penn Co, res 90 Williams. 

Gray John, laborer Wm Moellering, res 40 Wells. 

Gray John W, contractor, res 355 E Wayne. 

Gray Neil, engineer Penn Co, bds 355 E Wayne. 

Gray Wm, laborer Wm Moellering, bds 40 Wells. 

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FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 191 

Gray Wm, brakeman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds 355 E Wayne. 

Grayless Frank W, driver, res 25 Grand. 

Grebe, see also Grieb. 

Grebe Rosa, domestic 130 Harrison. 

Green Barbara, wrapper Summit City Soap Co, bds 377 E 

Washington. 
Green Miss Carrie D, teacher, bds 221 W Wayne, 
Green Charles A (Burns & Green), res 16 WMain. 
Green Cory don, buyer John Orff, res 221 W Wayne. 
Green Miss Emma (Misses Green), bds 179irackson. 
Green Frank S, clerk G E Bursley & Co, b^s 139 W Main. 
Green Frederick, finisher N G Olds & Sons, bds 110 Broadway. 
Green Freeman R, clerk, bds 139 W Main. 
Green George W, laborer, bds 77 Holman. 
Green Gertrude M, teacher, bds 139 WMain. 
Green Hugh W, carpenter, res 179 Jackson. 
Green Miss Lettia (Misses Green), bds 179 Jackson, 
Green Lewis H, printer Clarence Cook, bds 179 Jackson. 
Green Miss Lura E, teacher, bds 221 W Wayne. 
Green Maggie, domestic 127 Montgomery. 
Green Malcolm A, carriage trimmer M L Albrecht, bds 139 W 

Main. 
Green Margaret (wid Johnson), bds 08 Charles. 
Green Mary (wid Thomas), bds 45 Locust. 
Green Mary A (wid Wm), res 114 W Berry. 
Green Misses (Emma and Lettia), dressmakers 179 Jackson. 
Green Mrs Mollie, dressmaker 19 W Wayne, res same. 
Green M F (wid Seth R), physician 139 W Main, res same. 
Green Wm H, agent Howe S M Co, res 19 W Wayne. 
Green Mrs Wm H, dressmaker 19 W Wayne, res same. 
*Greenawalt George L, physician 4 E Columbia, res 131 E 

Wayne. 
Greene Richard B, carver Ft Wayne Organ Co, res n s Wayne 

ave 3 w of Fairfield ave. 
Greene Thomas C, engineer Hoffman Bros, res 205 W Main. 
Greenick Abraham A, fireman Penn Co, res 397 Lafayette. 
Greensfelder Aaron, clerk Fruit House, bds 95 Ewing. 
Greensfelder Gustave, res 95 Ewing. 

Greensfelder Jasias, bookkeeper Fruit House, bds 95 Ewing. 
Greer Frank J, clerk Penn Co freight depot, res n e cor Charles 

and Monroe. 
Greer John, carpenter 36 Walnut, res same. 
Greer John W, carpenter, res 20 Erie. 
Gi-egg James S, physician 176 E Wayne, res same. 
Gregg John B, brakeman G R & I R R, res 115 DeWald. 
Gregg Roxey O (wid Israel), res 7 Duryea. 



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Greible, see Griehel. 

Greiner Charles, laborer Wm Moellering, res e s Fairfield ave 

rear of 2 n of Rudisill ave. 
Greiner Christopher (Kantz & Greiner), res cor Calhoun and 

Allen. 
Greiner Henry, laborer, res cor Killea and Calhoun. 
Greisemer Percival M, traveling agent S Bash & Co, res n w 

cor Huron and Centre. 
Grenouillet Margaret (wid Jacob), bds 305 Hanna. 
Gretton John, machinist F W Jenney Electric Light Co, bds 

Ervin House. 
Greve Joseph F, carpenter Nickel Plate Ry, res s s Erie 2 w of 

Walton ave. 
Greve Wra, carpenter, res 31 Maumee road. 
Greyer Henry, helper Penn Co, res 36 Charles. 
Gribben Charles O, carpenter, bds 24 Douglas ave. 
Gribben James M, foreman planing mills Penn Co, res 24 

Douglas ave. 
Gribben John P, clerk J D Gumpper, bds 24 Douglas ave. 
Gribben Louis, clerk, bds 24 Douglas ave. 
Grieb, see also Grebe. 
Grieb Anthony, lather, bds 182 E Lewis. 
Grieb John, tailor, res 182 E Lewis. 
Griebe Henrietta (wid John), bds 106 W Washington. 
*Griebel A Louis, county auditor Court House, bds 147 W 

Washington. 
Griebel Carrie, damper Troy Steam Laundry, bds 30 W 4th. 
Griebel Catherine, ironer Troy Steam Laundry, bds 30 W 4th. 
Griebel Charles G (Griebel, Wyckoff & Becker), res 346 E 

Washington. 
Griebel Christian, teamster, res 30 W 4th. 
Griebel George H, laborer Rhinesmith & Simonson, bds 70 

Murray. 
Griebel Lewis (Griebel & Son), res 58 E Jefferson. 
Griebel Louis, teamster, res 141 W 3d. 
Griebel Wm, teamster, res n e cor Taylor and Metz. 
Griebel Wm G, collarmaker F L Racine, res 36 N Cass. 
Griebel Wm J (Griebel & Son), res 55 Wells. 
Griebel, WyckofF & Becker (Charles G Griebel, Oren 

C Wyckoff, Henry W Becker), Dealers in Fine Granite 

and Marble Monuments 74 and 76 W Main. 
Griebel & Son (Lewis and Wm J), furniture mnfrs and dealers 

44 E Main. 
Griffin Henry, engineer Penn Co, bds 79 W Main. 
Grriffitll Levi, Carpenter and Contractor 77 Williams, res 

same. 



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Griffith Louis, carpenter Cochrane & Humphrey, res 452 E 

Wayne. 
Griffith Thomas, brakeman Penn Co, res 219 Lafayette. 
Griffiths Catherine (wid Griffith), res 245 Webster. 
Griffiths Eliza M (wid Edwin), bds 164 Broadway. 
Griffiths Wm E, Hardware, Stoves and Tinware 120 and 

122 Broadway, res 348 W Washington. 
Grigsby Albert, clerk L B Johns, bds cor Lafayette and 

Hamilton. 
Grigsby George, brakeman Penn Co, res 46 Force. 
Grigsby Miss Mary A, dressmaker 332 Lafayette, res same. 
Grime Ferdinand, carpenter, res 229 Madison. 
Grimm Albert, painter Wilding & Son, bds 16 Chicago. 
Grimm Frederick, carpenter Penn Co, bds 111 Fairfield ave. 
Grimm John G, teacher German Lutheran School, res 222 

Broadway, 
Grimrae Gerhardt B (J H Grimme & Sons), res 47 W Wayne. 
Grimme John C (J H Grimme & Sons), res 81 W Washington. 
Grimme John H (J H Grimme & Sons), res 114 Calhoun. 
Grimme J H & Sons (John H, John C and Gerhardt B), 

Merchant Tailors 114 Calhoun. 
Griswold Crawford, foreman Penn Co, res 111 Fairfield ave. 
Grohman August, laborer, bds w s Lafayette s of limits. 
Grojohn August, laborer, res 86 Smith. 

Grojohn Sylvester, stoker F W Gas Light Co, res 253 E Jeffer- 
son. 
Groman Cecilia, dressmaker, bds 173 Van Buren. 
Gronau Louis, laborer Penn Co, res e s Ohio 3 s of Maumee 

road. 
Gronau Wm, painter L B Johns, bds s s Ohio 3 s of Maumee 

road. 
Gronau Wra F, laborer, res 112 Hanna. 
Gronley Sarah, domestic 91 W Berry. 
Grosh Henry, laborer Penn Co, bds 229 Lafayette. 
Grosh Martha, domestic 236 W Berry. 

Groshoff Frank S, laborer N Y, C & St L Ry, res 166 Hoffman. 
Groskup Louise, waiter Aveline House. 
Gross Rev Charles, pastor Emanuel Lutheran Church, res 241 

W .Jefferson. 
Gross Charles, finisher N G Olds & Sons, bds 163 Van Buren. 
Gross Christian C, bookkeeper The Newspaper LTnion, res 130 

W Wayne. 
Gross Frederick, laborer, res 163 Van Buren. 
Gross Louis, machine hand Ft Wayne Organ Co, res 217 Grand. 
Gross Louis J, machine hand, res rear 68 Hendricks. 
Gross Martin C, clerk Sidney Lumbard, bds 241 W Jefferson. 



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Gross Pauline (wid Frederick), res 163 Van Buren, 

Gross S Elwood, clerk Stewart & Hahn, bds 126 Harrison. 

Grosvenor Henry, laborer N Y, C & St L Ry, res 17 Burgess. 

Grote Fred, turner N G Olds & Sons, res 46 Foi'ce. 

Grote Louisa, domestic 26 Madison. 

Grothaus Henry, grocer 162 Holman, res 194 E Wayne. 

Grothaus Joseph, helper P, F W & C Ry, bds 194 E Wayne. 

Grothaus Lizzie, tailoress, bds 194 E Wayne. 

Grothaus Mena, domestic e s Fairfield ave 1 s of Pontiac. 

Grotholtmann Adolph H, carpenter 48 W Jefferson, res 28 E 

4th. 
Grotrin Nettie, domestic 113 Lafayette. 
Grout Mrs Barbara, clairvoyant, bds 403 Calhoun. 
Grout Frederick, brakemau G R & I R R, res 403 Calhoun. 
Grout Mary A (wid Wm), res 355 E Lewis. 
Grout Wm H, brakeman G R & I R R, bds 403 S Calhoun. 
Grove Maxwell J, boilermaker Penn Co, res 23 Butler. 
Grove Wm B, clerk C H Miller, rms 224 Calhoun. 
Groves Oscar, brakeman Penn Co, res 126 Madison. 
Grubb Frank, brakeman G R & I R R, bds 196 Broadway. 
Grubb Miss Jennie, res 196 Broadway. 
Gruber August, laborer Penn Co, res 169 Jackson. 
Gruber Edward, clerk M Gruber, bds 18 Wilt. 
Gruber Edward J, machine hand Peters B & L Co, bds 169 

Jackson. 
Oriiber Frank J, Cigars and Tobacco 114^ Calhoun, res s 

e cor Hanna and Jefferson. 
Gruber Frank J, boilermaker Bass F & M Works, bds 18 Wilt, 
Gruber Fritz, baker H Schweiters, bds 41 E Columbia. 
Gruber Jacob J, patternmaker Bass F &M Works, bds 18 Wilt. 
Gruber Joseph A, engineer N Y, C & St L Ry, res 108 Jackson. 
Gruber Joseph L (Gruber & Gray), conductor Penn Co, res 

21 Brackenridge. 
Gruber Josephine (wid Valentine), res 169 Jackson. 
Gruber Michael, Grocery and Saloon 16 Wilt, res 18 same. 
Gruber Veronika, dressmaker, bds 18 Wilt. 
Oruber & Gray (Joseph L Gruber, James P Gray), Hard- 
ware 364 Calhoun. 
Grund Frederick, stonecutter Wm Moellering, res 59 Melita. 
Grund John H, tress hoopmaker S D Bitler, res 101 Maumee 

road. 
Grund Philip R, blacksmith W, St L & P Ry, res 176 W De- 

Wald. 
Gruneisen Joseph, laborer, res e s Broadway s of limits. 
Guenther Henry, barber 318 E Washington, res 11 Maumee 

road. 



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FORT WAYNE DIRECTOKY. 195 

Guese Wm E, actionmaker Ft Wayne Organ Co, bds 21 Tay- 
lor. 

Guife Sallasty, laborer, rms 37 Barr. 

Guild Albert D, accountant Bass F & M Works, bds McKinnie 
House. 

Guild Charles H, bookkeeper A Hattersley & Sons, bds 260 W 
Berry. 

Guinon Michael F, fireman GR& I RR, res 40 Allen. 

Guion Alfred, traveling agent, bds Aveline House. 

Guldlin Olaf N, draughtsman Kerr-Murray Mnfg Co, rms 148 
Clinton. 

Gurabert Frederick, laborer, res 421 E Washington. 

Gumbert John, res 421 E Washington. 

Gumpper Charles, driver J D Gumpper, bds 238 Calhoun. 

*Gumpper Christian C, baker 238 Calhoun, res same. 

Gumpper Frederick, bricklayer, res 32 Butler. 

Gumpper George H, Druggist 244 Calhoun, res same. 

Gumpper Henry, laborer, res s w cor Jackson and railroad. 

*Gumpper Jacob D, grocer 240 Calhonn, res same. 

Gunder Emanuel, collarmaker Amos Racine, res 44 Wells. 

Gundling Otto, draughtsman Kerr-Murray Mnfg Co, bds 
Windsor Hotel. 

Gunkel Florian, bds 40 Nirdlinger ave. 

Gunkel Otto, laborer M Baltes, res 40 Nirdlinger ave. 

Gunther Miss Jennie, dressmaker, bds 201 E Jefferson. 

Gurnett Thomas, res 54 Force. 

Gurnett Thomas F, molder Bass F & M Works, res 134 Wal- 
lace. 

Gusching Balthzar, res rear 148 Holraan. 

Gusching Jacob, farmer, res 65 Hoffman. 

Gusching Joseph, policeman, res 148 Holman. 

Gust Emma, domestic 199 E Lewis. 

Gust John, blacksmith Bass F & M Works, res s w cor Sum- 
ner and Oliver. 

Gutermuth Benjamin, baker Louis Fox, res 155 Broadway. 

Gutermuth Carrie, works Keller Medicine Co, bds 13 Hoff- 
man. 

Gutermuth Casper, turner White's Wheel Works, res 39 W 
Jefferson. 

Gutermuth Elizabeth (wid John), res 13 Hoffman. 

Gutermuth Elizabeth, ii'oner Troy Steam Laundry, bds 207 
Taylor. 

Gutermuth George, res 36 Wilt. 

Gutermuth Henry G, blacksmith Penn Co, res 66 DeWald. 

Gutermuth John G, laborer, res 207 Taylor. 

Gutermuth Katie, dressmaker 39 W Jefferson, bds same. 

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Gutermuth Valentine, clerk Root & Co, res 271 W Jefferson. 

Guthe Henry, driyer Charles Weller, bds same, 

Gutz George A, pressman Ft Wayne Daily News, bds 61 

Grand. 
Gyer Edward, driver C S R R Co, bds 262 Calhoun. 



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Haag Charles, stonecutter Wm & J J Geake, res 124 Wilt. 

Haag Frederick, butcher F Eckart, res 17 Sturgis. 

Haag Fi'ederick, sawyer Hoffman Bros, res 329 W Washing- 
ton. 

Haag George, res 20 Hood. 

Haag Gottlieb, stonecutter Wm & J J Geake, bds 124 Wilt. 

Haag John G, clerk H N Goodwin, res 167 Van Buren. 

Haag Louisa (wid John), res 329 W Washington. 

Haag Wm, blacksmith M L Albrecht, bds 329 W Washington. 

Haag Wm, furniture 173 Broadway, res same. 

Haas, see also Hass and Hess. 

Haas August, clerk Tremont House, 

Haas Jacob, raolder Bass F & M Works, res 232 E Jefferson. 

Haas Louis H, checker Penn Co freight depot, res 64 Chicago. 

Haase Albertina, domestic 109 W Berry, 

Haase Frank, lab J Hughes & Co, i-es 252 E Wayne, 

Habbert Henry, lab W, St L & P Ry, res 7 Jones. 

Habecker Miss Alice M, teacher Hoagland School, res 55 W 
DeWald. 

Habecker Charles W, printer The Gazette, bds 145 Ewing. 

Habecker Elias, carpenter, res 145 Ewing, 

Habecker Frank E, feeder Journal job room, bds 145 Ewing. 

Habecker Wm H, carpenter n s New Haven road 3 from 
Wayne Trace, res same, 

Habel, see also Abel. 

Habel Andrew, shoemaker 172 Taylor, res same. 

Habel John C, machinist W, St L & P Ry, res 164 Taylor. 

Habel John G, machinist W, St L & P Ry, bds 172 Taylor. 

Habel Wm G, actionmaker Ft Wayne Organ Co, bds 65 
Stophlet. 

*Haberkorn Emil F, Saloon 74 Calhoun, res 130 Harri- 
son. 

Haberkorn Henry, grocery and saloon 393 Lafayette, res same, 

Haberkorn Louis, machine hand Olds' Wagon Works, bds 393 
Lafayette. 

Haberkorn Theodore H, master mechanic F W, C & L R R, 
res 137 E Jefferson, 

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FORT AVAYNE DIRECTORY. 197 

Hacke Sophia, domestic 126 W Jefferson. 

Hackett David G, business manager Ft Wayne Sentinel, rms 

34 E Berry. 
Hackett Edward A K, Proprietor Fort Wayne Daily 

Sentinel, res 207 W Berry. {See adv, 2^ 71.) 
Hackett Isaac, cai'penter, bds 26 Murray. 
Hackett Wm S, Trunk Manufacturer 127 Calhoun, res 

same. {See adv, p 93.) 
Hackey Maurice, engineer L S & M S Ry, bds n w cor Harri- 
son and 1st. 
Hackius Miss Amelia C, clerk S M Foster, bds 71 Brackenridge. 
Hackius Andrew, res 71 Brackenridge. 
Hackius F Wm, clerk Root & Co, bds 71 Brackenridge. 
Hackius Gustav L, clerk Kerr-Murray Mnfg Co, bds 71 Brack- 
enridge. 
Hachmann Frederick, stonemason, res n e cor Chestnut and 

city limits. 
Haddon Alfred, laborer, bds e s Monroe 3 s of Wallace. 
Haegermann August, clerk A E C Becker, bds 160 Fairfield 

ave. 
Haesemeyer Sophia, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 23 

Pritchard. 
Haffner Christian, baker 37 W Berry, res same. 
Haffner Laurence, machinist Kerr-Murray Mnfg Co, res n s 

DeWald 2 e of Clinton. 
Hafkemeyer Charles H G, salesman L Wolf & Co, res 161 Barr. 
Hagan Wm, helper W, St L & P Ry, res 117 Butler. 
Hagan Wilson R, laborer J P Tinkham, res 1 Sturgis. 
Hagar Dora, domestic 22 Chicago. 
Hagemann Frederick W, cigarmaker C Wenninghoff, res 188 

Broadway. 
Hagetnann Joseph, gardener, res n w cor Edsall ave and T W 

& W RR. 
Hagemann Louis A, clerk Root & Co, bds 188 Broadway. 
Hagemann Morris L, shipping clerk Coombs & Co, bds 34 W 

Superior. 
Hagemann Wm F, supervisor, res 188 Broadway. 
Hagen, see also Hagan, 
Hagen Edward, barber Ehrmann & Geller, bds cor Clinton and 

Jefferson. 
Hagen Mary C (wid Frank), dressmaker, res 35 E Jefferson. 
Hagenbaugh Charles, fireman P, F W & C Ry, bds Windsor 

Hotel. 
Hagerdorn Herman, laborer Penn Co transfer house, res 51 

Locust. 
Hagermann Henry, laborer, bds 81 Wall. 



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Hagermann Wra, laborer Street Commissioner, res 81 Wall. 

Hagist George T, laborer, res 431 E Washington, 

Hagist Hermann, apprentice P E Wolf, bds 431 E Washing- 
ton. 

Hahn George, blacksmith Brossard & Hahn, bds 157 W Main. 

Hahn Henry, coremaker Bass F & M Works, res 215 John. 

Hahn John, helper Penn Co, res Edsall's addition. 

Hahn Wm (Brossard & Hahn), res 15 Y W Main. 

Hahn Wm (Stewart & Hahn), res 106 W Berry. 

Haiber, see also Aber. 

Haiber Charles F, meatmarket 122 Wells, i-es 124 same. 

Haiber Frederick, Notary Public and Collection Agent 
64 Wells, res same. 

Haiber George W, grocer s w cor Hanna and Creighton ave, 
res same. 

Haiber John J, clerk, bds 64 Wells. 

Haiber Lorenz, meatmarket 15 High, res 64 Wells. 

Haight Garrison, fireman Penn Co, res 292 Hanna. 

Haight Marvel J, fireman Penn Co, bds 292 Hanna. 

Haines, see also Haynes. 

Haines S Edward, bartender J H Douglas, bds Harmon House. 

Hake Frank (F Hake & Co), res 43 N Calhoun. 

*Hake F & Co (Frank Hake), Proprietors Fort Wayne 
Bottling Works 18 to 28 Wells, and Saloon s w cor Hanna 
and Superior. i^See adv opp inside front cover. ^ 

Halderman, see also Alderman. 

Halderman Jacob, traveling agent S K Ry, office 13 E Main, 
bds Aveline House. 

Haley Joseph A, engineer N Y, C & St L Ry, res 275 W 
Washington. 

Hall Mrs Almira, res 73 N Cass. 

Hall Mrs Elsie A, teacher Hoagland School, res 55 W DeWald. 

Hall James E, carpenter 254 W Creighton ave, res same. 

Hall Mark, res 196 E Jefferson. 

Hall Martin, butcher H W Fry, res 45 Monroe. 

Hall Samantha B, Millinery and Fancy Goods 34 W 
Main, res 120 Clinton. 

Hall Silas S, blacksmith B H Baker, res 34 W Main. 

Hall Thomas, conductor Penn Co, res 136 Wallace. 

Hall T J, traveling agent The Horton Mnfg Co, bds Custer 
House. 

Haller Adolph, butcher G Haller, bds 366 S Calhoun. 

*Haller Gottlieb, Meat Market 366 S Calhoun, res same. 

Haller Wm, butcher G Haller, bds 366 S Calhoun. 

Halter Edward, clerk Penn Co, bds 381 Lafayette. 

Halway, see Ahcay. 



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FORT WAYNE DIBECTORT. 199 

Hambrock Frederick H, sawyer N G Olds & Sons, bds w s Jane 
1 s of Leith. 

Hamil Ann J (wid John W), res 95 Clay. 

Hamil Arthur, clerk, bds 95 Clay. 

Harail Miss Permille F, teacher "Washington School, bds 95 
Clay. 

Hamilton Allen, machinist Penn Co, res 19 Holman. 

Hamilton Andrew H, vice-pres Olds' Wagon Works, res s w cor 
Clinton and E Lewis. 

Hamilton Arthur J, switchman P, F W & C Ry, res 261 E Jef- 
ferson. 

Hamilton Bridget (wid John), res 151 W Wayne. 

Hamilton Miss Eliza, bds Mrs E J Hamilton. 

Hamilton Emerine J (wid Allen), res s e cor Clinton and E 
Lewis. 

Hamilton Miss E Louise, teacher Clay School, bds 91 Williams. 

Hamilton Miss Frances, principal Hoagl and School, bds 151 W 
Wayne. 

Hamilton Frederick R, machinist W, St L & P Ry, bds 91 Wil- 
liams. 

Hamilton George, clerk Windsor Hotel. 

Hamilton Homestead, s e cor E Lewis and Clinton. 

Hamilton James A, helper W, St L &PRy, bds w s Hanng, 4 s 
of limits. 

Hamilton John, machine hand, res 50 Chicago. 

Hamilton Joseph, laborer, res 51 Wall. 

Hamilton Montgomery, res w s Clinton 1 s of E Lewis. 

*Hainiltoii National Bank The, Charles McCuUoch 
President, John Mohr jr Cashier, 44 Calhoun. 

Hamilton Peter, boilermaker W, St L P Ry, res w s Hanna 4 s 
of city limits. 

Hamilton Robert J, bartender, bds 28 Clinton. 

Hamilton Robert J, machinist W, St L & P Ry, res 91 Williams. 

Hamilton Sarah (wid Matthias), res 50 Chicago. 

Hamlet Jesse, brakeman Penn Co, bds 60 Brackenridge. 

Hamraill Harry H, saloon 6 E Columbia, res same. 

Hammond John, brakeman G R &I R R, bds 216 Francis. 

Hammond Martin E, fireman Penn Co, res 1 3 Brandriff. 

Hammond Michael J, brakeman G R & I R R, res 216 Francis. 

Hammond Robert, bartender CL Centlivre, bds n end Spy Run 
ave. 

Hance John P, deputy sheriff, res 114 Lafayette. 

Hanchette James, steward The Fort Wayne College. 

Hanchette Mrs James, teacher of oil painting The Fort Wayne 
College, bds same. 

Handler Mary, domestic 126 E Main. 



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Haney Anna M (wid Antoine), res 20 W 4th. 

Hankel Christine, domestic 197 W Wayne. 

Hankenius Frank N, car repairer, res 22 W 3d. 

Haukenius Tina (wid Frank), bds 22 W 3d. 

Hankens Bernard, mason M Baltes, res 141 Suttonfield. 

Hanker Charles F, barber, bds 42 Clay. 

Hanker Hulda, nurse 113 Berry. 

Hanker Laura, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 42 Clay. 

Hanker Wilhelmina (wid Charles F), res 42 Clay. 

Hanley Bridget (wid Patrick), bds 96 E Lewis. 

Hanley Eliza, waiter Aveline House 

Hanley Ellen (wid James H), res 43 Baker. 

Hanley John H, laborer, res 178 Hanna. 

Hanley Paul J, foreman, res 24 Gay. 

Hanmer Charles, clerk, bds 92 Franklin ave. 

Hanmer Flora A (wid Edgar), bds 92 Franklin ave. 

Hanna Annie (wid Henry C), res 135 E Berry. 

Hanna Eliza (wid Samuel), res s s E Lewis opp Division. 

Hanna Henry C (Sinclair & Hanna), res 135 E Berry. 

Hanna Homestead, ssE Lewis opp Division. 

Hanna Hovey, bds Hanna Homestead. 

Hanna Hugh T, res ss E Lewis opp Division. 

Hanna James T (Carnahan, Hanna & Co), res 266 W Wayne. 

Hanna John L, asst bookkeeper The Peters Box & Lumber Co, 

bds 288 W Berry. 
Hanna Joseph T, trav agent Carnahan, Hanna & Co, bds 135 

E Berry. 
Hanna Martha (wid Samuel), res 288 W Berry. 
Hanna Oliver S, bookkeeper Nuttman & Co, res s e cor W 

Berry and Union. 
Hanna Robert, foreman mach F W Iron Works, bds Tremont 

House. 
Hanna Samuel T, real estate, res 288 W Berry. 
Hanna Sarah C (wid Charles), res 70 Barr. 
Hanna School, s w cor Hanna and Wallace. 
Hanrahan Timothy, laborer, res n end Prince. 
Hans Adam, blacksmith Olds' Wagon Works, res 120 Wallace. 
Hans Charles, blacksmith W, St L & P Ry, res 310 S Broadway. 
Hansen Peter C, machine hand Penn Co, res 208 Monroe. 
Hanson Albert C, blacksmith Olds' Wagon Works, res 334 

Lafayette. 
Hanson Joseph, sawfiler Hoffman Bros, res 395 Broadway. 
Hanson Richard C, steamfitter A Hattersley & Sons, res 48 E 

Main. 
Hanson Wm, plumber A Hattersley & Sons, bds 48 E Main. 
Happ, see also App. 

Sell all kinds of Crockery and Glass- 
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FOET WAYNE DIRECTORY. 201 

Happ Nicholas, mason, res 130 Maumee road. 

Harber Gertrude, domestic 60 Barr. 

Harber Henry, brakeraan P, F W & C Ry, bds 390 Haiina. 

Harber Joseph, helper Kerr-Murray Mnfg Co, bds 390 Hanna. 

Harber Peter, machinist Penn Co, res 390 Hanna. 

Harber Valentine, laborer Street Commissioner, bds 390 Hanna. 

Hardendorf Eugene R, trav agent, bds 253 VV Berry. 

Hardendorf Theodore, turner Horton Mnfg Co, res 22 Barthold. 

Hardesty Mary, cook Tremont House. 

Hardesty Wm H, laborer, res 57 W Superior. 

Harding David W, machinist P, F W & C Ry, res 226 E Lewis. 

Harding Daniel L, Insurance and Real Estate 29 P O 
Building, res 325 W Jefferson. 

Hardvmg Frederick, Merchant Tailor 128 Calhoun, res 
207 ^ladi8on. 

Harges August, laborer, bds 329 E Washington. 

Harges Theodore, carriagemaker City Carriage Works, bds 329 
E Washington. 

Harges Wm, blacksmith Olds' Wagon Works, bds 329 E Wash- 
ington. 

Haring George, teamster, res 15 West. 

Harkemper Wm, clerk H C Graffe, bds 25 E Main. 

Harkenrider, see also Ilerc/enrader. 

Harkenrider Henry J, carpenter P, F W & C Ry, res 229 La- 
fayette. 

Harkenrider John, teamster J W Ryan, bds 39 W Lewis. 

Harkenrider John, carpenter Penn Co, res 191 Hanna. 

Harkenrider Joseph, carpenter P, F W & C Ry, bds 229 La- 
fayette. 

Harmel, see Armel. 

Harmer Miss Catherine, bds 74 Murray. 

Harmer School, n w cor Harmer and Jefferson. 

Harmeyer Frederick W, teamster Rhinesmith & Simonson, res 
70 Murray. 

Harmeyer John H, engineer Bass F & M Works, res 200 Creigh- 
ton ave. 

Harmeyer Miss Mary, bds 17 Gay. 

Harmeyer Wm, machine hand Rhinesmith & Simonson, res 17 
Gay. 

Harmon Daniel, res Harmon House. 

Harmon Daniel J, Proprietor Harmon House, n w cor 
Calhoun and Chicago. 

Harmon Frank, baker H Schwieters, bds 41 E Columbia. 

Harmon Honse, Daniel J Harmon Proprietor, n w cor 
Calhoun and Chicago. 

Harmon John C, res 41 W Washington. 

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Harmon Richard, fireman White's Wheel Works, bds Lewis. 

Harmon Samuel W, restaurant 278 Calhoun, res 125 W Jeffer- 
son. 

Harmony Lodge, 20 W Berry. 

Harnett Maurice, watchman P, F W & C Ry, 103 res Wallace. 

Harnischfeger Elizabeth (wid Martin), bds 78 Buchanan. 

Harnischfeger Peter, laborer Penn Co, res 78 Buchanan. 

Harper James, U S gauger, res 163 E Wayne. 

Harper James B, Lawyer 44 Calhoun, bds 9 E Wayne. 

Harper Thomas E, conductor N Y, C & St L Ry, bds 323 W 
Main. 

Harpst Frederick, laborer, res n e cor E Lewis and McCulloch. 

Harries John, Hardware 126 Calhoun, res 63 W Jeffer- 
son. 

Harries Wm G, clerk John Harries, bds 63 W Jefferson. 

Harrington Block, s e cor Fairfield and Colerick. 

Harris Adelia (wid George), res 252 E Lewis. 

Harris Edward H, machinist Penn Co, bds 38 Brackenridge. 

Harris Ella F, physician 48 W Wayne, res same. 

Harris Elwood E, contractor n s Pennsylvania ave 3 n of 
Wayne Trace, res same. 

Harris George L, machinist Penn Co shops, bds 81 Buchanan. 

Harris Henry E, brass molder Penn Co, bds 252 E Lewis. 

Harris John, laborer N G Olds & Sons, res 82 Fairfield ave. 

Hai-ris John H, laborer, bds 184 W Main. 

Harris Lyman P, Physician 48 W Wayne, res same. 

Harris Wm, painter, res 213 Lafayette. 

Harris Wm jr, painter, res 198 Lafayette. 

Harrison Glover B, apprentice Penn Co, bds 22 Charles. 

Harrison Viola, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 22 Charles. 

Harrison Robert H, foreman car machine shop Penn Co, res 22 
Charles. 

Harrison Walter S, Sign Painter 27 Clinton, res 100 
Madison. 

Harrison Wm, machinist Penn Co, res 30 Madison. 

Harrison Wm H, brakeman Penn Co, res 146 Fairfield ave. 

Harrod Mrs Mary, res n s N Y, C & St L Ry nr Lafayette. 

Harsch, see also Hersch tmd Hirsch. 

Harsch John, teamster, res 154 Maumee road. 

Harsch John S, brakeman Penn Co, res 26 E Jefferson. 

Harschman John N, helper Bass F & M Works, res 330 
Hanna. 

Hart Chauncey S, finisher White's Wheel Works, res 386 E 
Washington. 

Hart George C, laborer Penn Co freight depot, res 35 Charles. 

Hart James, sexton Trinity Church, res 131 Monroe. 



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FORT WAYNE DIRECTOBY. 203 

Harter George M, blacksmith J Harter, res Bloomingdale. 

Harter Joseph, blacksmith 170 W Main, res same. 

Harter Joseph M, brakeman, res 204 Hanna. 

Harter Mary C, teacher Jefferson School, bds 241 W Wayne. 

Harter Philip, clerk Root & Co, bds 202 W Washington. 

Harter Richard, painter M L Albricht, bds 56 Chicago. 

Hartigan James, engineer N Y, C & St L Ry, bds 70 W Main. 

Hartley Charles H, train despatcher Nickel Plate Ry, res 44 
W Wayne. 

Hartman Annie (wid Joseph), res 81 Holman. 

Hartman Eliza (wid George), bds 161 W Washington. 

Hartman Emily, domestic Hedekin House. 

Hartman Frank, boilermaker Bass F & M Works, bds 61 
Baker. 

Hartman Frederick, painter 9 Pearl, res 107 W Main. 

Hartman George B, clerk P O, res e s S Broadway s of limits. 

Hartman Gottfried, baker Henry Nierbergall, bds 201 E Wash- 
ington. 

Hartman Harry D, brakeman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds Tre- 
mont House. 

Hartman Herman, res 130 E Washington. 

Hartman Homer C, lawyer, res s s Maple ave 1 wof S Broad- 
way. 

Hartmail Jacob, Groceries and Provisions 207 E Jeffer- 
son, res same. 

Hartman John, laborer, res n w cor St Mary's ave and Aboit. 

Hartman John H, Grocer 126 E Washington, res same. 

Hartman Joseph R, teamster J M Mod er well, res Blooming- 
dale. 

*Hartman Lem R, Cashier First National Bank, res 241 
W Wayne. 

Hartman Nancy N (wid John), res 72 Hamilton. 

Hartman Paulina, domestic 316 W Jefferson. 

Hartman Stephen S, laborer, bds J Hartman. 

Hartman S Brenton, dentist 14 W Berry, res cor S Broadway 
and Maple ave. 

Hartman Milton W, traveling agent, res 161 W Washington. 

Hartmann Aveline (wid Valentine), res 129 Taber. 

Hartmann Charles, laborer, res w s Lombard 2 from New Haven 
road. 

Hartmann Charlotte (wid Christian), res 49 W Jefferson. 

Hartmann Miss Elizabeth, bds 129 Tabor. 

Hartmann Henry, clerk Hartmann & Rose, bds 344 E Wayne. 

Hartmann Henry F, helper Penn Co, res s w cor Creighton ave 
and John. 

Hartmann John, clerk Hartmann & Rose, bds 344 E Wayne. 

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Sclflfiil Silks at Law Priiss, at h De Mi I Co.'s 

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Hartmann Joseph H (Hartmann & Rose), bds 344 E "Wayne. 
Hartmann Philip, laborer Penn Co, res w s Lillie 1 s of Creigh- 

ton ave. 
Hartmann Theresa (wid Adolph), res 344 E Wayne, 
Hartmann Valentine B, coremaker Bass F & M Works, res 131 

Tabor. 
Hartmann & Rose (Joseph H Hartmann, Charles Rose), grocers 

75 E Wayne. 
Hartnett Ellen, domestic w s Fairfield ave s of Pontiac. 
Hartnett Frank, section foreman Nickel Plate Ry, n e cor Lake 

and Franklin ave. 
Hartnett Frank W, boilermaker Bass F & M Works, bds 68 

Baker. 
Hartnett James, switchman W, St L&PRy, res 183 Lafayette. 
Hartnett Margai'et (wid James), res 25 Baker. 
Hartnett Murray, bookkeeper S C Lumbard, res 133 E Berry. 
Hai'tnett Richard, laborer Penn Co, res 68 Baker. 
Hartshorn Alzina M (wid Luther), res 315 W Main. 
Hartshorn Salem J, fruits and confectioneries 172 Calhoun, res 

same. 
Hartshorn Willis N, stopmaker Fort Wayne Organ Co, bds 

w s Fairfield ave. 
Hartstein Andrew, keyfitter Fort Wayne Organ Co, res 1Q 

Taylor. 
Hartsock Rush, carpenter, res 231 W Washington. 
Hartsuff Wm D, clerk Penn Co, res 235 W Jefferson. 
Hartwig Herman H (C Schiefer & Son), res 99 E Main. 
Hartwig Paul, carpet weaver, res 287 E Lewis. 
Hartz Christina, domestic 24 E Washington. 
Hartzell James, plasterer, res 38 Butler. 

Hartzell Solomon, blacksmith W, St L & P Ry, res 56 Williams. 
Haskell Albert, laborer Wm Moellering, bds 90 Force. 
Haskell George W, teamster, bds 90 Force. 
Haskell James, res 90 Force. 

Haskell James M, clerk P, F W & C Ry, res 90 Force. 
Hasleden Christopher T, carriage trimmer L B Johns, rms 97 

E Jefferson. 
Haslup James A, machine liand Penn Co, res 141 Francis. 
Hass, see also Haas and Ifess. 

Hass Hermann, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 8 Samuel. 
Hass Jacob G, helper Bass F & M Works, res 87 Hanna. 
Hassert, see also Hazzard. 
Hassert George, laborer, res e s Walton ave 3 s of Maumee 

road. 
Hassert Bernard, teamster, res 103 N Cass. 
Hassert Henry, barber Henry Guenther, bds 313 E Washington. 

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FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 205 

Hassinger Wm H, conductor G R & I R R, res 37 Clay. 

Hassler Anson L, fence manufacturer, res 489 E Washington. 

Hassler Bessie, works Keller Medicine Co, bds 107 College. 

Hassler Charles G, laundry 41 E Superior, res 107 College. 

Hassler Herbert, porter Aveline House. 

Hassler Kossuth, teamster Troy Steam Laundry, bds 107 Col- 
lege. 

Hasty Charles, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds Darrow Hotel. 

Hasty John, truckman, bds Darrow Hotel. 

Hasty S Webster, plasterer, res 99 N Cass. 

Haswell Miss Amelia, music teacher, bds 278 Webster. 

Haswell Miss Emma, bds 2 7 Oliver. 

Haswell Miss Frances, bds 27 Oliver. 

Haswell George I, fly finisher Fort Wayne Organ Co, res 27 
Oliver. 

Hatfield Jacob, teamster, res 144 Pritchard. 

Hatfield Wm, carpenter J C Peters,- res 42 Wells. 

Hathaway John, farmer, res s s Williams 2 e of Muncie R R. 

Hathaway John jr, farmer, res Lake nr canal feeder 1 w of 
Franklin ave. 

Hattendorf Caroline (wid Wm), res 30 St Mary's ave. 

Hattendorf Henry, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 35 Smith. 

*Hattersley Alfred (A Haitersley & Sons), res 173 W Wayne. 

*Hattersley A & Sons (Alfred, Willis and Byron E), 
Plumbers and Gas Fitters 48 E Main. (See ei/ibossed line 
back cover.) 

Hattersley Byron E (A Hattersley & Sons), res 130 E Wayne. 

Hattersley Willis (A Hattersley & Sons), res 60 E Washington. 

Hauck, see also Haiok. 

Hauck Simon, laborer, res 383 W Main. 

Haudenchild Jacob, laborer, res 50 Taylor. 

Hauer Frederica (wid Hermann), res 55 W Wayne. 

Hauke Frederick, laborer N G Olds & Sons, res 77 Maumee 
road. 

Hausbach Jacob, helper W, StL & P Ry, res 38 DeWald. 

Hausbach Jacob jr, blacksmith W, St L & P Ry, res 196 Fair- 
field ave. 

Hausbach Joseph, laborer Wilding & Son, bds 38 W DeWald. 

Hausbach Michael, machinist AV, St L & P Ry, res 28 W 
DeWald. 

Hausbach Nicholas, laborer Wilding & Son, bds 28 W DeWald. 

Hauss Daniel F, plumber, bds 8 McClellan. 

Hauss Henry, teamster, res w s Hanna s of limits. 

Hauss Susan (wid David), res 8 McClellan. 

Havens Miss Carrie N, machine operator L B Johns, bds 53 
Maumee road. 

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Havens Miss Cora L, machine operator L B Johns, bds 53 
Maumee road. 

Havens Frank, painter, bds 53 Maumee road. 

Havens Isaac B, clei-k Adams Ex Co, bds 53 Maumee road. 

Havens Nathaniel, laborer White's Wheel Works, res 53 Mau- 
mee road. 

Haverley Anthony, blacksmith, res 170 Madison. 

Haverley Miss Maggie, clerk Stewart & Hahn, bds 86 E Main. 

Haverley Miss Margaret F, clerk, bds 86 E Main. 

Haverley George N, helper, bds 170 Madison. 

Havert Louis J, laborer, bds 119 Holman. 

Harvert Mai-y (wid Theodore), res 119 Holman. 

Hawk, see also Hauck. 

Hawk Benjamin, laborer, res 99 Laselle. 

Hawk Fannie, domestic 241 Webster. 

Hawksworth Wm J, yardman Nickel Plate Ry, bds 12 Harri- 
son. 

Hayden Elizabeth (wid Isaac), bds s w cor Wayne and Jackson. 

Hayden Francis M, res 184 Calhoun. 

Hayden Frederick J, real estate 68 Barr, res s s E Lewis opp 
Division. 

Hayden Miss Grace G, teacher Training School, bds 184 Cal- 
houn. 

Hayden John W (Hayden & Douglass), deputy marshal, res w 
s Thompson ave 1 n of Maple ave. 

Hayden Mrs Susan E, second-hand goods 184 Calhoun, res 
same. 

Hayden & Douglass (John W Hayden, WmV Douglass), 
Real Estate, Loan and Collection Agent 26 Court. 

Hay, see Hey. 

Hayes, see also Heyes 

Hayes Cornelius, section worker L S & M S Ry, bds 41 E 4th. 

Hayes Daniel M, conductor G R & I R R, bds 46 Oliver. 

Hayes Dennis, laborer Street Commissioner, res 76 Chicago. 

Hayes Dennis, switchman W, St L & PRy, res 31 Colerick. 

Hayes Henry M, machinist Bass F & M Works, bds 233 Cal- 
houn. 

Hayes James, fireman Penn Co, res 37 Baker. 

Hayes James J, conductor G R & I RR, res 46 Oliver. 

Hayes John, helper Penn Co, res 137 Montgomery. 

Hayes John G, laborer Penn Co, res 66 Charles. 

Hayes John W, machinist, res 138 E Berry. 

Hayes Wm, stripper L Dessauer & Co, bds 76 Chicago. 

Haynes, see also Haines. 

Haynes Frank, engineer Penn Co, res 36 Williams. 

Haynes John M, fireman Penn Co, rms 245 Webster. 



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FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY, 207 

Haynes Richard, conductor N Y, C & St L Ry, bds Tremont 
House. 

Hays Charles A, Lawyer 28 P O Building, res Rockhill 
heirs addition. 

Hays Richard M, route agent Penn Co, res 346 W Washington. 

Hayum Joseph, bookkeeper S Chaska, bds 91 W Berry. 

Hazeltine Rev Edwin A, pastor Congregational Church, res 287 
W Washington. 

Hazzard, see also Hassert. 

Hazzard Albert W, cigarmaker, bds 41 Marion. 

Hazzard John, cigarmaker L Dessauer & Co, bds 41 Marion. 

Hazzard Lewis N, insurance, res 41 Marion. 

Heach John H, engineer, res 342 W Jefferson. 

Head Irving T, carpenter, res 9 Riverside ave. 

Headford Samuel, cabinetmaker Ft Wayne Organ Co, i-es w s 
Fairfield ave 2 n of organ factory. 

Heaf August, dyer 13 W Wayne, res same. 

Healy Frank J, editor, rooms 34 W Main. 

Hearley, see also Early. 

Hearley Ellen (wid Thomas), res 48 Baker. 

Hearlihie, see also Herlihy. 

Hearlihie Ellen, tailoress N B Young & Co, bds 48 Baker. 

Hearlihie Ellen M (wid Thomas), res 48 Baker. 

Heath Stephen H, stamp agent, bds 51 Barr. 

Heath Wilbur F, music teacher 154 Griffith, res same. 

Heathmau David, res s w cor Franklin ave and Archer. 

Heaton, see also Eaton. 

Heaton Owen N, student W P Breen, bds 126 Harrison. 

Hebert Oliver, engineer Penn Co, res 73 Thomas. 

Hecke Miss Cecelia S, res 8 Erie. 

Hecke Fredericka, domestic 131 E Wayne. 

Hecke Harmon, Groceries and Provisions 156 E Wash- 
ington, res 152 same. 

Hecke Harmon C, clerk Harmon Hecke, bds 152 E Washington. 

Hecke Mary (wid George J), res 88 Laselle, 

Hecker Theodore, waiter English Kitchen, bds same. 

Heckler George, saloon 44 W Main, res 13 Maiden Lane. 

Heckler John^W, dentist H C Sites, bds 320 Calhoun, 

Hedekin Ellen (wid Michael), res 95 E Main. 

*Hedekin House, James Wilkinson propr, Barr nr Nickel Plate 
passenger depot. 

Hedekin Thomas D, real estate, res 94 W Wayne. 

Hedekin Maria, bds 156 W Wayne. 

Hedges Bailey S, fireman Penn Co, res 36 Melita. 

Hedges Edward, laborer, res 111 Wells, 

Hedges John, trav agent S Bash & Co, res 66 Elm. 

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Only Good Goods geo. d?wald^& co.s 

208 K. L. POLK & CO.'S 

Hedges Thomas J, res 323 W Main. 

Heer George F, saloon 26 E Columbia, res same. 

Heffelfinger Jay, apprentice L B Johns, bds 200 Greeley. 

Heffelfinger John M, clerk Owen, Pixley & Co, res 200 W Co- 
lumbia. 

Heffelfinger John W, caller N Y, C & St L Ry, res 200 Greeley. 

Hefferman Wra C, laborer Hoffman Bros, bds 184 W Main. 

Heffert John, baker, res 98 Montgomery. 

Hegenradher Michael, laborer, res 43 Wall. 

Heger George M, clerk B W Skelton, res 133 High. 

Hegerhorst Christian, carpenter, res 377 W Main. 

Heid, see Head and Heit. 

Heidenrich Amand, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 26 W De- 
Wald. 

Heidenrich Henry, laborer Wm Moellering, bds 26 W DeWald. 

Heidenrich Henry, iron worker C F Muhler, bds 27 4th. 

Heidenrich Jacob, teamster Wilding & Son, bds 26 W DeWald. 

Heidenrich Mary, domestic 94 W Wayne. 

Heider Albert, mason, res 87 Wall. 

Heidwinkel Henry, res 267 E Jefferson. 

Heier Christian, laborer, res 107 Force. 

Heikofski Florentina (wid Ferdinand), bds 211 John. 

Heil Frederick, hostler F Schmueckle, bds 10 E Berry. 

Heilbroner Abraham, res 62 W Main. 

Heilbroner Louis (M N Jacobs & Co), res 56 W Wayne. 

Heilbroner Samuel, clerk M N Jacobs & Co, res 56 W Wayne. 

Heilbroner Samuel A, shoemaker 27 Pearl, res same. 

Heimroth Andrew, machinist Penn Co, res 60 E Washington. 

Heine Christina (wid Frederick), res 96 Madison. 

Heine Frederick, waiter McKinnie House, bds same. 

Heine Frederick C, painter S W Hull, res 139 Wallace. 

Heine Frederick W, carpenter P, F W & C Ry, res 52 Doug- 
las ave. 

Heine Henry, helper Penn Co, res 130 Wallace. 

Heine John C, helper P, F W & CJ Ry, res 98 Madison. 

Heine Wm, helper Olds' Wagon Works, bds 96 Madison. 

Heine Wm, hoopmaker, bds 167 Hanna. 

Heine Wra F, oiler P, F W & C Ry, res 167 Hanna. 

Heinemann Charles, servant 324 Calhoun. 

Heingartner Emma, tailoress, 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, clerk L Wolf & Co, bds 155 W Main. 

Heinlen Wm J, machinist W, St L & P Ry, res 304 S Harri- 



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SeU aU kinds of Looking Glasses 
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Wall Paper and Decora- 
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FORT WAYJfE DIRECTORY. 209 

Heinnicke August T, cigarmaker C Wenninghoff, res 196 
Evving. 

Heinrich Louis, clerk Siemon & Bro, res 85 Monroe. 

Heiny Barbara (wid Clemens E), bcls 108 .Jackson. 

Heiny Erliart J, clerk, res 212 E Jefferson. 

Heiny J Clement, tinner Staub Bros, bcls 122 E Wayne. 

Heiny Nicholas, clerk A C Trentman, res 122 E Wayne. 

Heinzman John J, laborer Fleming Mnfg Co, res 37 Hoffman. 

Heit Alexander, butcher, res 74 Wells. 

Heit Amos, clerk Lillie & Munson, res 129 W DeAVald. 

Heit Anthony W, traveling agent Louis Fox, bds 188 Griffith. 

Heit Charles, clerk Zoeller &"Merz, bds 129 W DeWald. 

Heit Charles J, car driver C S R R Co, res 6;3 McClellan. 

Heit Christopher, [traveling agent Louis Fox, res s w cor W 
Jefferson and college. 

Heit Frank, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 19 Nirdlinger ave. 

Heit George, tinner Gruber & Gray, res 129 W DeWald. 

Heit Joseph, clerk N G Olds & Sons, bds 190 Griffith. 

Heit Josephine (wid Anthony), res 190 Griffith. 

Heit Kate, works Keller Medicine Co, bds 190 Griffith. 

Heit Madelaine, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 190 Griffith. 

Heit Wm, carpenter Olds' Wagon Works, bds 101 Wilt. 

Heiter Albert, mason Wm Moellering, bds 12 Harrison. 

Heitz Frank H, publisher Indiana Katholisches Wochenblatt, 
res 13 E Main. 

Heitz Fred C, Proprietor Indiana Katholisches Wochen- 
blatt, res 13 E Main. (See adv, p 73.) 

Heitz Mary A, printer F C Heitz, bds 106 Lafayette. 

Heitzler Joseph, laborer Bass F & M Works, bds 38 Force. 

Heitzler Joseph W, brakeman Peim Co, bds 400 E Washington. 

Heitzler Mrs Margaret, res 400 E Washington. 

Helbeck Charles E, driver C A Pickard & Co, bds 106 E Wash- 
ington, 

Heldt Barbara (wid John M), res 96 N Cass. 

Heldt Miss Elizabeth, bds 182 E Wayne. 

Heldt John (Shidel & Heldt), bds 182 E Wayne. 

Helker, see also Ililker and Ililliker. ' 

Helker Frederick J, res 175 W Washington, 

Helker Henry, teamster, bds 175 W Washington. 

Helker Wm, hackman, res 175 W Washington. 

Hellberg Catherine (wid Frederick), res 175 Gay. 

Helle Andrew, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 74 Murray. 

Helle Henry, helper W, St L & P Ry, res 256 W Jefferson. 

Heller, see also Keller. 

Heller John C, deputy county recorder, res 68 W Main. 

Heller John W, clerk G W Seavey, res Rockhill. 

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First National Bank, ^-""ik^^^^^^^^ 

210 B. L. POLK & CO.'S 

Heller Mrs J, Ladies Employment Bureau for Good Hired 

Help, Office and res 152 Griffith. 
Heller Mahlon, res 152 Griffith. 
Heller Thomas S, county recorder, office Court House, res n e 

cor Washington and Harrison. 
Heller Wm L, cabinetmaker Peters B & L Co, rea 87 Barthold. 
Helling Frederick, ice dealer 83 W Washington, res same. 
Helraan Charles F, fireman Penn Co, res 40 S Clay. 
Helman Jennings T, fireman Penn Co, res 369 Lafayette. 
Helmkamp Henry (Scheiraann & Co), res 344 Broadway. 
Helmke Edward, machine hand, bds 13 Douglas ave. 
Helmke F W Edward, shoemaker, bds 13 Douglas ave. 
Helmke Herman, shoemaker, bds 13 Douglas ave. 
Helton Emma (wid Henry), dressmaker 14 Murray, res same. 
Hench, see also Hensch. 
Hench George R, foreman Fort Wayne Sentinel, res 383 E 

Wayne. 
Hench John M, lawyer 10 W Main, bds 196 Calhoun. 
*Hench Hon Samuel M, judge Superior Court 10 W Main, bds 

9 E Wayne. 
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 Arthur, helper French, Hanna & Co, bds 100 E 

Superior. 
Henderson Charles W, seal clerk P, F W & C Ry, res 115 E 

Wayne. 
Henderson David, dyer French, Hanna & Co, res 100 E 

Superior. 
Henderson David S, laborer Hoffman Bros, res 21 Duryea, 
Henderson Henry C, brass finisher Foi't Wayne Safety Valve 

Works, res 32 E Wayne, 
Henderson Harry C, machinist, res 32 E Wayne. 
Henderson Mary, seamstress J M Gould, bds 31 Colerick. 
Henderson Samuel C, foreman P, F W & C Ry, res 169 E 

Washington. 
♦Henderson Wm D, flour and feed 69 E Columbia, bds 86 E 

Main. 
Hendler John, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 37 Walnut. 
Hendler Joseph, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 37 Walnut. 
Hendler Peter, mason, res 37 Walnut. 
Hendrie George A, brakeman Penn Co, res s s Creighton ave 3 

e of Winter. 
Hendrie James S, foreman blacksmith Olds' Wagon Works, 

res 63 Brackenridge. 

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FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 211 

Hengesteler John M, laborer J A Koehler, res 525 Hanna. 

Hengesteler Martin, helper Olds' Wagon Works, res 63 Bu- 
chanan. 

Henkel Ferdinand, wagonmaker C Ehrmann, res 23 Fox. 

Henkenius Clement, teamster P J Bulger, bds 22 3d. 

Henkenius George J, bookkeeper F Hake & Co, res 45 N Cal- 
houn. 

Henkenius Peter, candymaker Louis Fox, res 65 W 4th. 

Henker Charles F, barber O P Herbst, bds 42 Charles. 

Hennessy Timothy, lineman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds 20 Harri- 
son. 

Hennings Frederick L, laborer, res 1 Fair. 

Henry Jacob, shoemaker 271 Calhoun, res 381 Lafayette. 

Henry James, carpenter Kendrick & Shrimpton, bds 92 W 
Berry. 

Hensch, see also Hench. 

Hensch August, teamster Penn Co, res s s Eckart 2 e of Hanna. 

Henschen Anton, driver Christian Strasburg, res 164 Ewing. 

Henschen Edward, butcher, bds 164 Ewing. 

Henschen Ernst H, coremaker Bass F & M Works, res 242 E 
Jefferson. 

Henschen Fred W, molder Kerr-Murray Mnfg Co, res 222 
Francis, 

Henschen George, laborer, res n w cor Chestnut and city limits. 

Henschen Henry F, teamster John Wilson & Sons, bds 164 
Ewing. 

Henschen Henry J, porter Coombs & Co, res 164 Ewing. 

Henschen Mary, dressmaker, bds 222 Francis. 

Henschen Wm R, laborer Penn Co, res 232 Francis. 

Henscil Albert G, boarding house 43 i E Calhoun. 

Henscil James A, clerk Mitchell & Williams, bds Henscil 
House. 

Hensel Frederick Wm, machinist, res 37 Gay. 

Hensel Peter, mason, res 37 Miner. 

Henshaw Carroll H, machinist Penn Co, bds St Charles Hotel. 

Henze Wm, shoemaker 110 Wells, res 103 same. 

Henzler Adam, laborer Kerr-Murray Mnfg Co, bds 13 Creigh- 
ton ave. 

Hepburn Archibald, painter 49 W Main, bds Union House. 

Henzler Eva (wid Adam), bds 113 Creighton ave. 

Herbert Henry, laborer, res 7 Jones. 

Herbke Peter, tinsmith HJ Ash, bds 225 Calhoun. 

Herbler Jane P (wid George), res 18 Colerick. 

Herbst Otto P, barber 318 Lafayette, res 435 same. 

Hergenrader, see also HarJcenrider. 

Hergenrader Joseph, mason, res 389 E Washington. * 



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Hergenrader Margaret (wid Joseph), bds 43 Nirdlinger ave. 

Herlihy, see also Hearlihie. 

Herlihy Mary, domestic 325 W Jefferson. 

Herling George, teamster N GOlds & Sons, res 15 West. 

Herman, see also Herrmann. 

Herman Frederick, barber, res 175 Van Buren. 

Herman John, engineer Hoosier Mnfg Co, res 40 Boone. 

Herman Senker, res cor Williams and Webster. 

Herman Diedrich, laborer, bds 364 E Lewis. 

Hermeler Henry, laborer, res 177 W Superior. 

Hermsdorfer Frederick C, clerk G A Hermsdcrfer, bds 281 W 

Jefferson. 
Hermsdorfer George A, Boots and Shoes 4 E Columbia, 

res 281 W Jefferson. 
Hern Miss Alice, bds 49 Grand. 

Hern Edward, laborer W, St L & P Ry, bds 49 Grand. 
Hern Johanna A (wid Eugene), res 49 Grand. 
Hern Patrick, tel operator W, St L & P Ry, bds 49 Grand. 
Herr Charles, laborer, res 69 Leith. 
Herr George, machine Penn Co, res 64 McClellan. 
Herr Wilhelmina (wid Peter), res s s New Haven e of city 

limits. 
Herrberg Charles J, machinist F W Jenney Electric Light Co, 

res 278 E Lewis. 
Herrick Wm R, res w s Spy Run ave 1 s of Tivoli Garden. 
Herring John P, brakeman Penn Co, res 33 Williams. 
Herring Mary (wid Lemuel E), res 25 Holman. 
Hei-ring Sebilla (wid Peter), res 15 West. 
Herring Tina, domestic 148 W Wayne. 
Herrington Block, e s Fairfield ave bet Williams and Bass. 
Herrington John, bds 111 W DeWald. 
Herrmann, see also Herman. 

Herrmann Alexander D, collector, res 359 E Washington. 
Herrmann E George, laborer Coombs & Co, res 101 Maumee road 
Herrmann George, clerk GE Spiegel, bds 101 Maumee road. 
Herrmann Michael, carpenter, bds 173 Montgomery. 
Herrold Allan, teamster J W Ryan, bds 39 W Lewis. 
Herrold Daniel J, painter, bds August LeGraw. 

Hersch, see also Harsch and Hirsch. i 

Hersch .James, laborer Wm Moellering, bds 12 Harrison. ^ 

Herschfelder Caroline (wid Michael), res 240 E Wayne. i 

Herschfelder Lucas, mason, res 360 E Wayne. ^ 

Herschmann John, carp Kerr-Murray Mnfg Co, res ws Metz 5 » 

s of Taylor. | 

Hersh Joseph W, baggagemaster N Y, C & St L Ry, res n s ^ 

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FORT AVATNE DIRECTORY. 21.3 

Hershey Christian M, laborer W, St L & P freight house, res 

333 W Main. 
Hertwig, see HarUoig. 

Herzler Joseph A, hostler A J Read, res 62 E Columbia. 
Hesemeier Henry, bricklayer, res 15 Lavina. 
Hess, see also Haas and Ilass. 

Hess Charlotte (wid Jacob), res s e cor Leith and Lafayette. 
Hess George A, painter, res 298 Calhoun. 
Hess John, expressman, res 132 W 3d. 
Hess John, helper W, St L &P Ry, res 18 Nirdlinger ave. 
Hess Nicholas W, carriagemaker B H Baker, res s s Elizabeth 

3 w of Spy Run ave. 
Hess Philip J, machinist Penn Co, res 132 E Creighton ave. 
Hessert, see Hassert and Hazzard. 
Heth Jacob, res 206 Lafayette, 
Hetrick Jacob, pres Standard Life Association, res Crawfords- 

ville, Ind. 
Hettler Capt Christopher, purchasing agent Penn Co, office and 

res 99 E Lewis. 
Hettler Gottlieb J, laborer, res 61 Laselle. 
Hetzel Matthias, laborer Penn Co, res 43 Charles. 
Heuer Ernst M, boilermaker, res 59 Maumee road. 
Heuer Frederica (wid Hermann), res 55 W Wayne. 
Heuer Martin H, clerk L Schirmeyer & Co, bds 55 W Wayne. 
Heuer Wm, carpenter Penn Co, res 92 Olivei'. 
Heugnard August C, res 152 High. 
Heuschkel Amandus, laborer, res w s S Wayne ave 4 s of W 

Creighton ave. 
Hewes, see also Hughes. 
Hewes James C, foreman boilermaker Penn Co, res 142 E 

Lewis, 
Hewitt George W, brakeman Penn Co, res s s Creighton ave 2 

e of Winter. 
Hewitt Wm, agent Fowler Mnfg Co 79 E Washington, res 29 

Grand. 
Hey August A, Bottler Finlay's Supei'ior Toledo Lager 

232 W Main, res same, {Seeadv, p 83.) 
Hey don, see Hay don. 
Heyes, see also Hayes. 
Heyes Thomas D, laborer, res 25 Colerick. 
Heymann Jacob J, carpenter Penn Co, res w s Euclid ave 4 s 

of Creighton ave, 
Hibbelen Rev Theodore, chaplain St Joseph's Hospital, res 

same. 
Hibbesen George M, watchman W, St L & P Ry, res 93 Wil- 
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Hibbler Antonio D, laborer J A Koehler, bds w s Lafayette s 

of city limits. 
Hibernia Hall, 1 76 Calhoun. 

Hibler Barney, laborer WmMoellering, bds Charles Moellering. 
Hibler Louis, laborer, res e s S Calhoun 1 n of Piqua ave. 
Hibler Michael, helper W, St L & P Ry, res 48 Walnut. 
Hickey Daniel, conductor L S & M S Ry, bds n w cor Harrison 

and 1st. 
Hickman Daniel, laborer, res n w cor Burgess and De Groff. 
Hickman Eugene, helper Nickel Plate Ry, res n e cor St Mary's 

ave and Lake. 
Hickman James, fruit, res 132 W Wayne. 
Hickman John W, picture framemaker, res 388 E Wayne. 
Hickman Samuel (Hickman & Stocking), res s e cor St Mary's 

ave and Spring. 
Hickman Wm, laborer, res 118 Franklin ave. 
Hickman & Stocking (Samuel Hickman, Wm W Stocking), 

grocers s e cor St Mary's ave and Spring. 
Hicks Wm, laborer P Koehler, bds Paul Koehler. 
Hieber John, laborer, bds 214 Madison. 
Hi el Frederick, hostler A C Perrin, bds cor Barr and Berry. 
Hiepler Bernhard, teamster, res e s Lafayette 4 s of Pontiac. 
Hierholzer Magdalena (wid Kohlman), bds 24 W Main. 
Higbe Wm, laborer, res 55 E Berry. 

Higgins Cecilius R, supt's clerk Penn Co, res 1 42 Montgomery. 
Higgins Frank P, engineer Penn Co, res 141 E Jefferson. 
Higgins Mary C (wid Frank), res 35 E Jefferson. 
Higgs E D, boots and shoes 16 Calhoun, res same. 
Hilbrecht, see also Alhrecht. 
Hilbrecht Henry, chief engineer Fire Department, res 35 E 

Wayne. 
Hilbrecht Henry J, bds 256 W Jefferson. 
Hild Henry J, painter 149 W Main, bds 159 Van Buren. 
Hild Valentine, cigarmaker, res 222 Hugh. 
Hildebrandt Frederick, carpenter, res 213 Madison. 
Hildebrandt Julius, plasterer, res 101 Wilt. 
Hildinger Jacob, laborer, res 140 High. 
Hiler, see also Eilert. 

Hiler John V, carpenter, res n s Killea 5 w of Calhoun. 
Hilgeman Henry, engineer Ranke & Yergens, res 91 W Jeffer- 
son. 
Hilgemann Elizabeth (wid Ernst), bds 180 Ewing. 
Hilgemann Ernst, contractor s e cor Baker and Fairfield ave, 

res same. 
Hilgemann Ernst, car repairer W, St L & P Ry, bds 52 McClellan. 
Hilgemann Ernst R, car repairer Penn Co, res 107 Taylor. 

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T TTX' TATO nf\ of Philadelphia. Incorpor- 
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FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 215 

Hilgemann Frederick G, laborer, res 21 Taylor. 

Hilgemann Frederick H, helper Bass F & M Works, res 40 

Summit. 
Hilgemann Frederick W, carpenter, res 399 E Washington. 
Hilgemann Henry F, Grocer 121 W Jefferson, res same. 
Hilgemann Henry W, carpenter, res 184 Ewing. 
Hilgemann J Win, carpenter, res 216 E Washington. 
Hilgemann Louis, carpenter Ernst Hilgemann, bds same. 
Hilgemann Mary, domestic 178 Ewing. 
Hilgemann Wm, carpenter, res 180 Ewing. 
Hilker, see also Helker and Hilliker. 

Hilker Anthony, boilermaker W, St L & P Ry, bds 114 Fair- 
field ave. 
Hilker Angust, porter A C Trentman, res 114 Fairfield ave. 
Hilker Charles, carpenter Penn Co, res 137 Francis. 
Hilker Charles, machine hand H C Taylor & Co, res w s Har- 

mer 1 s of Madison. 
Hilker Charles A, laborer N G Olds & Sons, res e s Hanna 3 s 

of Eckart. 
Hilker Diedrick, laborer N G Olds & Sons, res 326 Hanna. 
Hilker Frederick Wm, porter, res 175 W Washington. 
Hilker Henry, clerk AC Trentman, res 114 Fairfield ave. 
Hilker Hermann H, clerk Fruit House, bds 75 Force. 
Hilker Mary (wid Henry), res 75 Force. 
Hilker Richard, machine hand Olds' Wagon Works, res 307 

Hanna. 
Hilker Wm, laborer Bass F & M Works, bds e s Hanna 3 s of 

Eckart. 
Hill Andrew, engineer L Rastetter, res 217 Broadway. 
Hill Arthur L, clerk, bds 34 W Superior. 
Hill Barbara (wid Robert), res 158 W Main. 
Hill Charles E, tel operator Nickel Plate Ry, bds 327 W Main. 
Hill Charles L, music dealer, res 34 W Superior. 
Hill Clara, cook 107 W Wayne. 

Hill Daniel, machine hand Hoffman Bros, res 21 Miner. 
Hill David, laborer Wm Moellering, res 64 W 3d, 
Hill Edward R, lumber dealer, res 45 Butler. 
Hill George, machine hand P, F W & C Ry, res 2 Erie. 
Hill George, teamster, bds 158 W Main. 
Hill Henry L, stripper L Dessauer cc Co, bds 64 3d. 
Hill James T, fireman Penn Co, res 133 Holman. 
Hill John, brakeman Penn Co, res s s Hayden 2 w of McCul- 

loch. 
Hill John H, bds 150 W Jefferson. 
Hill Mandeville E, stopmaker Ft Wayne Organ Co, bds 45 

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Hill Maria M, domestic e s Fairfield ave 1 n of Pontiac. 

Hill Mary (wid Alanson), res 34 W Superior, 

Hill Miss M Alice, teacher Bloomingdale School, bds 34 W 

Superior, 
Hill Onslow G, res 316 W Jefferson, 

Hill Polly, works Keller Medicine Co, bds 34 W Superior, 
Hill Valentine, yard foreman Rhinesmith & Siraonson, res 134 

Fulton. 
Hille Henry, helper W, St L & P Ry, res 256 W Jefferson, 
Hillegass Jeremiah, res 173 Madison. 
Hilliker, see also Helker and Hilker. 

Hilliker Henry, helper Kerr-Murray Mnfg Co, res 38 Wall. 
Hilliker Wm H, engineer Penn Co, res 50 Brackenridge. 
Hillis Melvin E, toolkeeper W, St L & P Ry, res 25 Holman. 
Hilley Ella, domestic, 38 Douglas ave. 
Hilley Wm, laborer, res 86 E Jefferson. 
Hills Waldo E, traveling agent, bds Fleming House. 
Hilt Dora (wid John), res 26 Baker. 
Hilt Frederick, Harnessmaker 18^ E Columbia, bds 26 

Baker. 
Hilton Charles S, asst master mechanic F W Jenney Electric 

Light Co, res n s Pontiac 1 e of Lafayette. 
Himbert John, clerk F Hake & Co, bds 14 Lavina. 
Himbert John, laborer Street Commissioner, res 18 Hood. 
Himbert John M, teamster, bds 18 Hood. 
Himbert Michael, agent lager beer, res 14 Lavina. 
Himes Lucian M, painter Siemen Bros, res 97 Taylor. 
Hines Mrs Ellen, res e s Short 2 s of Putnam. 
Hines Frederick, carpenter Penn Co, res 52 Douglas ave. 
Hines John, plumber Robert Ogden, res 187 W Wayne. 
Hines John W, apprentice Robert Ogden, bds e s Short 2 s of 

Putnam. 
Hines Miss L, milliner A Mergentheim, bds 25 W Washington. 
Hingel Caroline (wid Henry), res 9 Elm. 
Hinman, see Imnan. 

Hinton John C, conductor Penn Co, res 156 Holman. 
Hinton Samuel, produce, res 156 Holman. 
Hinz Charles, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 33 Francis. 
Hinzler, see Henzler. 
Hire Elias (Turner & Hire), res n s Prospect ave 1 e of Spy 

Run ave. 
Hirsch, see also Ilarsch and Hersch. 

Hirsch Miss Bertha, clerk A Mergentheim, bds 112 Griffith. 
Hirsch Caroline (wid George), res 65 Stophlet. 
Hirsch George M, stopmaker Ft Wayne Organ Co, res 65 

Stophlet, 

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FORT WATNE DIRECTORY, 217 

Hirsch Hannah (wid Leopold), res 112 Griffith. 

Hirsch Henrietta (wid Moses), bds 143 W Berry. 

Hirschfelder, see Her schf elder. 

Hirschmann, see Herschmann. 

Hiser Allan, fireman Penn Co, res 4 Kansas. 

Hiser George, brakeraan Penn Co, bds Nave House. 

Hislop Catherine (wid Robert), bds 120 Butler. 

Hislop Hugh, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 120 Butler. 

Hisner Carles, teamster Rhiuesmith & Simonson, res 365 La- 
fayette. 

Hisner Wm, carpenter C G French, res 122 Wilt. 

Hisner Wm jr, carpenter, bds 122 Wilt. 

Hitchcock Mrs Amanda, res 82 Putnam. 

Hite James A, fireman Penn Co, res 133 Holman. 

Hitzeraann Christian C, clerk Geo DeWald & Co, bds 66 Doug- 
las ave. 

Hitzemann Ernest F, varnisher Ft Wayne Organ Co, bds 36 
Lavina. 

Hitzemann Frederick, clerk C F Reinkensmeier, bds 49 Wilt. 

Hitzemann Frederick, laborer W, St L & P Ry, res 36 Lavina. 

Hitzemann George (Doehrmann & Hitzemann), res 20 Summit. 

Hitzemann George F G, bartender Christ Newcomer, bds 36 
Lavina. 

Hitzemann Gottlieb, tailor, res 49 Wilt. 

Hitzeraann Henry, res 244 E Washington. 

Hitzemann Henry C, clerk Pfeiffer & Schlatter, bds 49 Wilt. 

Hitzemann Sophie, domestic 38 Lavina. 

Hoagland Miss Merica, bds 106 W Berry. 

Hoagland School, n e cor Hoagland ave and Butler. 

Hobbs Miss Eva, seamstress, bds 55 E Superior. 

Hobbs Julia (wid Reuben), res 55 E Superior. 

Hobbs Oscar L, brakeman Penn Co, res s e cor Hoagland ave 
and Killea. 

Hobert Henry H, agent, bds Union House. 

Hobrock John H, brakeraan Penn Co, res 53 Charles. 

Hobrock J Herman jr, clerk Penn Co. bds 94 Fairfield ave. 

Hobrock Wm H, helper Penn Co, bds 53 Charles. 

Hoch Emanuel, clerk W Hoch, bds 313 Lafayette, 

Hoch Henry, carpenter Penn Co, bds 313 Lafayette, 

Hoch Nicholas, laborer, res 29 Buchanan. 

Hoch Wm, saloon 313 Lafayette, res same. 

Hock Elizabeth, clerk John Trott, bds 159 Barr. 

Hock Mary, clerk John Trott, bds 159 Barr. 

Hockaday Frank E, brakeraan W, St L & P Ry, bds 73 Grand. 

Hockemeyer Frederick, mason Wm Moellering, res 15 Lavina. 

Hockemeyer Henry, mason, res 115 Madison. 

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Hockeraeyer Heniy W, bricklayei-, bds 15 Lavina. 
Hockeraeyer Lizzie, works Keller Medicine Co, bds 317 W 

Washington. 
Hockemeyer Mary (wid Charles), res 317 W Washington. 
Hockemeyer Sophia, works Keller Medicine Co, bds 317 W 

Washington. 
Hodge Abel T, bds 255 W Wayne. 
Hodges Frank, street car driver, bds 4 Horace. 
Hodges Henry F, brakeman G R & I R R, res cor Horace and 

Thomas. 
Hodgkins Frederick H, telegraph operator L S & M S Ry, bds 

92 W Berry. 
Hoelke Mrs Mary, res 214 W Jefferson. 
Hoelle Martin, res 213 Lafayette, 
Hoeltje August, res n w cor Taylor and Lavina ave. 
Hoeltje Henry C, cigarmkr C Wenninghoff, res end W Taylor. 
Hoemig Charles, barber S Hubbard, res 17 N Cass. 
Hoermann Henry, carpenter, bds 216 E Washington. 
Hoermann Henry F, coremaker Bass F & M Works, bds 366 

E Lewis. 
Hoerner Peter, teamster, res s w cor John and Pontiac. 
Hoff Anna (wid Anton), res 26 Nirdlinger ave. 
Hoffer Frederick, molder, bds rear 224 W Main. 
Hoffer John, laborer, res rear 97 Laselle. 
Hoffer John, coUarraaker Aime Racine, res 37 N Cass. 
Hoffer John G, carpenter Penn Co, res 37 N Cass. 
Hoffer Lena, domestic 215 E Wayne. 
Hoffer Robert, apprentice L B Johns, bds 37 N Cass. 
Hoffer Miss Sophie, clerk L Wolf & Co, bds 37 N Cass. 
Hoffelt Mary, domestic n s Wayne Trace opp east yards. 
Hoffman, see also Huffman. 

Hoffman Adolph, carpet weaver 16 University, res same. 
Hoffman Andrew E, laborer, res 87 Madison. 
*Hoffman Andrew E (Hoff'man Bros and J R Hoffman <fc Co), 

res 188 E Wayne. 
*Hoflfmau Bros (Andrew E and Wm H), Mnfrs Black 

Walnut Lumber 200 W Main. {See adv ojyj?.) 
Hoffman Charles, auditor F W, C & L R R, res 128 W Main. 
Hoffman Charles, carpenter, res rear 344 E Wajme. 
Hoffman Daniel, painter w s Reed 2 n of Pontiac, res same. 
Hoffman George, wagonmaker L C Zollinger, res 4 Riverside 

ave. 
Hoffman Henry, brakeman Penn Co, bds 219 Lafayette. 
Hoffman Henry A, carpenter 52 W Creighton ave, res same. 
Hoffman Jacob R (J R Hoffman & Co), res Charleston, Kan- 
awha Co, West Virginia. 



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Boxes; Visiting and Playing Card Cases, Etc., Etc. 

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Sealing Wax Makers. 

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Proprietors of " Silver White," best article for polishing Silver, and 
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Jewelers' Cards, Pink and White Cotton, Fine Twines, Etc. 

DRUQG-ISTS' BOXES. 

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Dennison's Absorbent Cotton for Dental and Surgical Purposes. 

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FOET WAYNE DIRECTORY. 219 

Hoffman John A, laborer Penn Co, res 31 Force. 
Hoffman John A jr, molder, bds 31 Force. 
Hoflfman J R & Co (Jacob R, Andrew E and Wm H Hoff- 
man), Mnfrs Patent Band Saw Mills 200 W Main. (^See 

adv, opp p 218.) 
Hoffman Louisa, domestic 86 E Lewis. 
Hoffman Mary (wid John), bds 174 Taylor. 
Hoffman Nicholas, cooper T W Blair, res 26 W Williams. 
Hoffman Susan C (wid Frank),'clerk Postoffice, res 132 E Main. 
Hoffman Urban S, clerk Root & Co, bds 8 Riverside ave. 
*Hoffman Wra H (Hoffman Bros and J R Hoffman & Co), res 

200 W Berry. 
Hoffmann Alois, mason, res 242 E Wayne. 
Hoffmann Charles A, Wholesale Dealer in Cider, Apple 

Wine and Cider Vinegar 185 and 187 Calhoun, res 185 

same. {See adv, p 65.) 
Hoffmann Mary H, St Joseph's Hospital. 
Hoffmann Peter, carpenter, res rear 169 Clinton. 
Hoffmeistar Henry, cooper, res 12 W 3d. 
Hoffmeyer Amelia, domestic 16 W Washington. 
Hogan Catherine (wid Michael), res 58 Prince. 
Hogan Hugh T, machinist Penn Co, res 92 Baker. 
Hogan Jane (wid Samuel), res 93 Ewing. 
Hogan John, plumber A Hattersley & Sons, res 176 Fairfield 

ave. 
Hogan John D, laborer, bds 11 Grand. 
Hogan Patrick, laborer Penn Co, res 176 Fairfield ave. 
Hogan Stephen, bartender, bds 93 Ewing. 
Hogan Timothy, res 11 Grand. 
Hogston James M, cabinetmaker Bickford Furniture Co, bds 

131 Griflith. 
Hoham Frederick D, clerk G H Loesch, rms 96 Barr. 
Hohmann Frank, tailor 171 High, res same. 
Hohn, see also Huhn. 

Hohn Fritz, stonecutter Wm & J J Geake, res 101 Wilt. 
Hohn Henry, laborer Bass F & M Woi-ks, res 215^ John. 
Hehnhaus George, carpenter H C Taylor & Co, res s e cor 

Hanna and Eckart. 
Hohnhaus George jr, finisher P E Wolf, bds 65 Wall. 
Hohnhaus Peter J, patternmaker J C Peters, res 65 Wall. 
Hohnhaus Wm J, machine hand Hoosier Mnf g Co, bds 65 Wall. 
Hohnhausen Peter, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 33 Taylor. 
Hoke Elizabeth, clerk, bds 159 Barr. 
Hoke Mary, candy maker, bds 159 Barr. 
Hoke Rosanna (wid Jacob), res 159 Barr. 
Hollar Henry H, engineer N Y, C & St L Ry, res 17 Elm. 

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Hollar Louisa C (wid Wm), bds 17 Elm. 

Holland Margaret (wid Patrick), bds 457 Lafayette. 

Holland Richard, carpenter, res e s Euclid ave 2 s of Creighton 

ave. 
Hollenbacher Louis, packer Hoosier Mnfg Co, res 195 Barr. 
Hollenbeck Frederick, baggageman W, St L & P Ry, res 273 

Webster. 
Hollenbeck W, Saloon 140 Calhoun, res 184 Mont- 
gomery. 
Holliday Francis (col'd), white washer, res over 76 E Columbia. 
Holliday Wm T (col'd), painter, bds 76 E Columbia. 
Hollinger Albert, brakeraan N Y, C & St L Ry, bds 78 E 

Columbia. 
Hollinger Elias, carpenter, res e s St Mary's ave 2 s of Spring. 
Hollinger Elizabeth (wid Daniel), res over 76 E Columbia. 
Hollinger Wm M, stavejointer Ranke & Yergens, res 76 E 

Columbia. 
Hollings worth James H, res 61 Garden. 

HoUister Adonii-ara J, foreman George Reitei-, res 104 Williams. 
Hollister Edwin J, cigarmaker G Reiter, bds 126 Harrison. 
Hollman August, carpenter, res 394 E Washington. 
Hollman Edward, helper W, St L &P Ry, bds 133 W 3d. 
Hollman Frederick, carpenter, res 133 W 3d. 
Hollman Wra, laborer, bds 394 E Washington. 
Holman Benton M, business rangr Daily Gazette, res Wabash, 

Ind. 
Holmann Frederick, carpenter, res 12 Fairfield ave. 
Holmes Bay less, inspector of roads, res 18 Gay. 
Holmes Byron F, engineer Penn Co, res 197 Barr. 
Holmes Henry (col'd) cook Aveline House, bds same. 
Holmes Joshua, farmer, bds 18 Gay. 
Holmes Simon, brakeman Penn Co, res 30 Walnut. 
Holmes Wm, clerk J Goldstone, bds 30 Walnut. 
Holocher Otto, brakeman G R & I R R, res 173 W Superior. 
Holstock John, teamster, res 105 Wells. 
Holt Alfred, molder Penn Co, bds 266 W DeWald. 
Holt John, boilerraaker Penn Co, res 266 W DeWald. 
Holt Walter E, machinist W, St L & P Ry, bds 266 W DeWald. 
Holtermann Frederick, laborer, res 169 Gay. 
Holverstott Abraham L, printer Ft Wayne Daily News, bds 67 

College. 
Holverstott Charles H, machinist Penn Co, res 308 Harrison. 
Holverstott Clinton W, teamster, res 319 W Washington. 
Holverstott Miss Rose, overseer D S Redelsheimer & Co, bds 

67 College. 
Holverstott Wm Z, helper Penn Co, res 67 College. 

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PORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 221 

Holzhauer Annie, domestic 108 E Berry. 

Holzhauer Henry, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 180 Gay. 

Holzworth Addison, deputy county auditor, res 158 W Wayne. 

Holzworth Augusta, domestic Custer House. 

Holzwortli Christian E, brakeman G R & I R R, res 11 Bass. 

Holzworth Edward, brakeman G R & I R R, res 35 Melita. 

Holzwortli John A, ship carpenter, res s s canal feeder 1 w 
of Polk. 

Holzworth Lizzie, waiter Custer House. 

Homann, see Holinan and Hollmann. 

*Home Billiard Hall, J H McCain proprietor, rear 22 Berry. 

Homeyer Frederick C, teamster Ft Wayne Organ Co, res 188 
W DeWald. 

Homeyer Henry C D, fireman Bass F & M Works, res 184 De- 
Wald. 

Homeyer Wm F, yardman Beaver, Miller & Co, res 5 
High. 

Homke, see Humcke. 

Homsher F Benjamin, engineer Penn Co, res 255 Webster. 

Homsher Miss Minnie F, teacher Hoagland School, bds 255 
Webster. 

Hondheim Jacob, carpenter N G Olds & Sons, res 31 Pine. 

Hondheira Jacob, painter, bds 12 McClellan. 

Hondheim John J, laborer W, St L & P Ry, res 12 McClellan. 

Hondheim Michael, plumber, bds 12 McClellan. 

Hondheim Peter T, blacksmith L B Johns, bds 12 McClellan. 

Honeck, see also Ohneck. 

Honeck Henry, carpenter, res 151 Montgomery. 

Honeck Henry, laborer, res 13 Elm. 

Honeck Louisa (wid Henry), bds 115 Madison. 

Honeck Wm, laborer, bds 300 E Washington. 

Hood Henry C, M D, asst A J Laubach, res 215 E Wayne. 

Hood Lottie, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 130 W 3d. 

Hood Martha (wid George) res 130 W 3d. 

Hood Martha, domestic 246 W Berry. 

Hood Mary, seamstress Hoosier Mufg Co, bds 130 W 3d. 

Hood Robert, meatmarket 100 Barr, res 215 E Wayne. 

Hood Wm E, bookkeeper Carnahan, Hauna & Co, res 231 W 
Berry. 

Hook Nicholas, laborer Kerr-Murray Mnfg Co, res 29 Bu- 
chanan. 

Hoosier Manufacturing Co, Amos S Evans President, 
John P Evans Treasurer, George P Evans, Secretary, 
Mnfrs Diamond Staid Overalls, Sack Coats, Sumpers and 
Cottonade Pants 28 and 30 E Berry. 

Hoover Abraham, carpenter Penn Co, res 19 E Lewis. 

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Hoover Elmer E, brakeman Nickel Plate Ry, bds Nickel Plate 
Hotel. 

Hoover Laura, trimmer Noll & Golden, bds 92 W Berry. 

Hoover Martin G, student Morris, Aldrich & Barrett, bds 9 W 
Wayne. 

Hoover Thomas H, hostler F K Cosgrove jr, bds 18 Maiden 
Lane. 

Hopkins Mary, domestic 55 E Wayne. 

Hopkins Zelous, well driver, res 102 Huron. 

Hoppe Anna, domestic 127 W Wayne. 

Hoppe Dora (wid Wm), res 24 Hood. 

Hopple Martin V, teamster G E Bursley & Co, res s s Eliza- 
beth 5 n of Spy Run ave. 

Hoprock Eva (wid Wm), res 53 Charles. 

Hoprock John, brakeman Penn Co, bds 53 Charles. 

Hoprock Wm, mach N G Olds & Sons, bds 53 Charles. 

Hormel George, teacher German Lutheran School, res cor W 
Louis and McClellan. 

Horn Ferdinand, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 66 Oliver. 

Horn Wm F, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 35 Smith. 

Hornung Wm, brakeman Penn Co, res w s Savannah nr P, F 
W & C Ry. 

Horstman Frederick H, tailor, res 64 Baker. 

Horstman Gustave, laborer, bds 106 Hanna. 

Horstman Henry C, carpenter Penn Co, res 203 Hanna. 

Horstman Herman, clerk Theodore Niemann, bds 272 E Wash- 
ington. 

Horstman Wm, laborer, res 106 Hanna. 

Horstmann John B, laborer, res 37 Maumee road. 

Horstmann Louis (Horstmann & Rolape), bds 49 E Main. 

Horstmann Richard F, trimmer City Carriage Works, bds 54 E 
Main. 

Horstmann & Rolape (Louis Horstmann, John B Rolape), 
Manufacturei's Buggy Tops and Cushions 9 E Superior. 
{See adv, }) 83.) 

Horstmeier Miss Mary, milliner A Mergentheim, bds 197 
Ewing. 

Horstmeier Wilhelmine (wid Gottlieb), res 5 Wall. 

Horstmeier Wm, carpenter W, St L <fe P Ry, res 197 Ewing. 

Horstmeier Wm jr, teamster, bds 197 Ewing. 

Horstmeyer Henry, saloon 2 Fairfield ave, res same. 

Horstmeyer Louis, machinist ,Ft Wayne Organ Co, res w s 
Fairfield ave nr factor3^ 

Horstmeyer Minnie (wid Frederick), bds 81 Wall. 

Horstmeyer Wm, tailor, res 49 Gay. 

Horton Miss Louisa, teacher Hoagland School, bds 108 E Berry. 

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dent, Wm A Bohn Secretary and Treasurer, John C Peters 
Manager, Manufacturing Wooden Novelties and The Wes- 
tern Washer, n w cor W Main and Osage. 

Hosenfeld Thomas, clerk H & J Redlich, bds 2 Jeffei'son. 

Hosenfeldt Elizabeth, domestic 141 W Wayne. 

Hosey Jemima (wid Michael J), res 131 E Washington. 

Hosey Wm J, machinist Penn Co, res 131 E Washington. 

Hoskins Wm, brakeman Penn Co, bds St Charles Hotel. 

Hossenfeld Thomas, shoemaker, bds 15 E Jefferson. 

Host Clara, laundress Ft Wayne City Hospital. 

Hostman Chi'istian, hackman, 86 W Jefferson. 

Hostman Mary (wid Christian), res 86 W Jefferson. 

Houck John J, teacher St Paul's Catholic School, res 111 Grif- 
fith. 

Hough, see also Huff. 

Hough Charles, traveling agent, res 457 W Washington. 

Hough Miss Martha, bds 32 E Berry. 

Hough Sarah D (wid John), res 32 E Berry. 

Houlihan James, bookkeeper Morgan & Beach, bds 28 Locust. 

Houlihan John, laborer Street Commissioner, res 28 Locust, 

Houlihan John J, brakeman Penn Co, bds 28 Locust. 

Houlihan Michael J, deputy county auditor, bds 28 Locust. 

Houlihan Thomas W, bookkeeper Hamilton National Bank, bds 
28 Locust. 

Houppert Charles M, barber Christ Fox, bds same. 

Houppert John H, bai-ber Joseph Carr, rms w s Harrison 1 n of 
Robinson House. 

Houser John A, agricultural implements 47 E Columbia, res 163 
W Washington. 

Housh John E, printer Gazette job room, bds 320 Calhoun. 

Houston John H, laborer Olds' Wagon Works, bds Darrow 
Hotel. 

Hover David F, photographer 60 Calhoun, bds 112 Calhoun. 

Hover James V, photographer 112 CAlhoun, res same. 

Howard August, musician, bds 28 E Columbia. 

Howe Charles D, fireman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds 295 W 
Wayne. 

Howe Charles L, hostler G P Barnum, bds 91 E Columbia. 

Howe Clarence, tel operator N Y, C & St L Ry, res 295 W 
Wayne. 

Howell Charles A, machinist W, St L & P Ry, res 39 Miner. 

Howell Emily, waiter 12 Harrison. 

Howey Aaron B, res e s Fairfield ave 2 n of Rudisill ave. 

Howey Charles W, clerk car department Penn Co, res 17 
Brackenridge. 

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Howey Isaac, engineer Penn Co, res e s Fairfield ave 2 n of 

Rudisill ave. 
Howey Wm T, fireman Penn Co, res 36 Williams. 
Howley Thomas, res 47 Barr. 

Hoy Frank L, cashier L S & M S Ry, bds 150 W Wayne. 
Hoy Susie L (wid David F), res 24 Fulton. 
Hozenfeld Amelia, domestic 171 Clinton. 
Hubbard Alvin L, clerk L F Butler, res 3 Harrison. 
Hubbard John H, laborer White's Wheel Works, res e s Grant 

ave 3 8 of E Washington. 
Hubbard Sidney, Barber Shop 17 W Columbia, res 3 N 

Harrison. 
Huber Alexis, laborer Penn Co, bds 109 Creighton ave. 
Huber Andrew J, laborer Penn Co, bds 126 E Lewis. 
Huber Bertha, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 126 E Lewis. 
Huber Caroline (wid George), res 126 E Lewis. 
Huber Miss Caroline, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 126 E 

Lewis. 
Huber Frederick, laborer Coombs & Co, res 381 E Washing- 
ton. 
Huber George, fireman F W, C & L R R, res 111 Wells. 
Huber John F, finisher N G Olds & Sons, bds 126 E Lewis. 
Huber Joseph, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 16 Poplar. 
Huber Margaret, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 126 E Lewis. 
Huber Ulrich, butcher, res 281 E Washington. 
Hubert Margaret, domestic 93 E Berry. 
Huck Caroline, teacher, bds s e cor De Wald and Hanna. 
Hudgel Rezin D, traveling agent, res 278 W Jefferson. 
Hudry Nicholas C, carpenter Penn Co, res 186 Montgomery. 
Huelf Savilla (wid Nicholas), res 8 Jones. 
Huerner Herman, cook Globe Chop House, bds same. 
Huery Nicholas, carpenter Penn Co, res 186 Montgomery. 
*Huestis Alexander C, res 205 W Berry. 
*Hviestis Charles D C, Wholesale Grocer 27 E Columbia, 

res 203 W Berry. 
Huff, see also Hough. ' 

Huff Amelia, seamstress, bds 5 Sturgis. 

HuflP Courtland E, switchman Nickel Plate Ry, bds 5 Brandriflf. 
Huff Hiram, watchman N Y, C & St L Ry, res 5 Brandriff. 
Huffmann, see also Hoffman. 
Huft'mann Henry, laborer, bds 14 Hood. 
Hughes, see also Heioes. 

Hughes James, helper W, St L & P Ry, bds 25 Walnut. 
Hughes John R, wheel inspector N G Olds & Sons, bds 25 

Walnut. 
Hughes Joseph (Joseph Hughes & Co), res 284 W Wayne. 

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Hughes Joseph & Co (Joseph Hughes, S Bash & Co), 

Mnfrs Linseed Oil 20 W Columbia. 
Hughes Mary (wid Edwin), res w s Holton ave 2 from Pontiac. 
Hughes Mary (wid James), res 25 Walnut. 
Hughes Thomas E, helper W, St L & P Ry, bds 25 Walnut. 
Hughstou John H, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 248 Calhoun. 
Huguenard P Claude, bds 63 E Superior. 
Huguenard Julius, meatraarket 100 Maumee road, res same. 
Huguenard Victor A, feed yard 63 E Superior, res same. 
Huhn, see also Hohn. 

Huhn Amos, carpenter Olds' Wagon Works, res 21 Pine. 
Huhn Armand, laborer Olds' Wagon Works, bds 21 Pine. 
Huhn August, coremaker Bass F & M Works, res 29 Pine. 
Huhn Ehregott F, wiper Penn Co, res nr cor Smith and Pontiac. 
Huhn Frank, laborer IST G Olds & Sons, res 7 Oak. 
Huhn Hans, machine hand Peters B & L Co, res 61 Oakley. 
Huhn Henry, stonecutter Roth & Keller, bds 21 Pine. 
Huhn Pius, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 21 Pine. 
Huhnhaus, see Hohnhaus. 
Hull Isaac P, paperhanger, rms 37 Baker. 

*Hvill Lewis O, Wall Paper, Paints and Painting 90 Cal- 
houn, res 199 W Wayne. {See right top lines.) 
Hull Martha A, domestic Tlie Fort Wayne College. 
Hull Sylvester W, House Painting and Paper Hanging 

27 Clinton, res 113 Madison. 
Hull Wesley, Inventor also Mnfr of Self-Closing Gate 

Hinges, Blueing, Oil, Crayons, Etc 68 E Columbia, res 

same. 
Hulse Wm L, machinist Penn Co, res 44 Brackenridge. 
Humbel John, laborer Hoffman Bros, res 50 Butler. 
Humbel Rudolph, carpenter Pressler & Wagner, bds 50 Butler. 
Hurabrecht George H, policeman, res 44 W 3d. 
Humcke Richard, laborer F W Gas Light Co, res 8 Force. 
Hume Thomas, brakeman Penn Co, bds 415 Lafayette. 
Hummel George, brickmaker Wm Z Miller, res 158 DeWald. 
Hummel John, laborer B S Thompson, res e s Tliompson ave 

1 n of Iluestis ave. 
Humphrey George (Cochrane & Humphrey), res 175 W Berry. 
Humphrey George B, carpenter Cochrane & Humphrey, bds 

1 75 W Berry. 
Humphrey Hannah (wid John), res 38 Brackenridge. 
Humphrey James A, postal clerk, res 334 W Washington. 
Humphrey Jane (wid James), res 171 W Berry. 
Humphrey Miss Jessie L, teacher Washington School, bds 171 

W Berry. 
Humphrey Lucina W (wid Noah), res 19 Madison. 

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Humphrey Matthew, bds 171 W Berry. 

Humphreys John (Humphreys & Gerow), res 71 Maumee road. 

Humphreys Martha (wid Samuel), nurse Fort Wayne City 

Hospital. 
Humphreys Wm S, res 142 Montgomery. 
*Huinplireys & Gerow (John Humphreys, Teles D 

Gerow), Slate Roofers 230 Calhoun. {/See adv, p 85.) 
Hunsaker Edward H, trainmaster Nickel Plate Ry, res 14 Clay. 
Hunsche Annie, teacher, bds I N Taylor. 
Hunsche P"'rederick H, brewer C L Centlivre, res e s Kock 1 s 

of Putnam. 
Hunsche Henry J, watchman C L Centlivre, res 41 Wells, 
Hunt Charles L, baggagemaster N Y, C & St L Ry, res 44 Elm. 
Hunt Edgar, despatclier Penn Co, bds 196 Calhoun. 
Hunt Edward, laborer, bds 6 Smith. 

Hunt Edward P, tel operator Penn Co, rooms 34 W Main. 
Hunt Patrick, teamster, res 6 Smith. 
Hunt Thomas J, saloon n end Spy Run ave, res same. 
Hunter Jaines W, Master of Transportation G R & I R R 

and C R & F W Ry, res 26 McClellan. 
Hunter Lewis C, deputy county treasurer, res 53 High. 
Hunter Miss Viola, cashier Meyer Bros & Co, bds 223 Lafayette 
Hunting Wm H, elevator Olds' Wagon Works, res 100 W De- 

Wald. 
Huntoon Loudean P, civil engineer and deputy county sur- 
veyor, res 60 W Wayne. 
Huntsberry Jacob M, painter Olds' Wagon Works, res 16 

Walnut. 
Huntsman Elizabeth A (wid Israel), res 24 Baker. 
Huntsman Miss Viola, dressmaker, bds 24 Baker. 
Hurd Orriu D, foreman Rhinesmith & Simonson, res 44 Webster. 
Hurlbut Edward S, shipping clerk Olds' Wagon Works, res 110 

W DeWald. 
Hurley Daniel J, boilermaker Penn Co, res 45 Williams. 
Hurley Michael, conductor Penn Co, bds 309 Lafayette. 
Huser Louis P, shoemaker 178^ Broadway, res 34 Wall. 
Hussey Wm P, laborer, res w s Thompson ave opp Maple ave. 
Hutchins Edward C, printer The Gazette, bds Washington 

House. 
Hutchinson Frank, painter, bds 130 W 3d. 
Hutchinson Oliver G, tanner, res 384 W Main. 
Hutcliinson Thomas J, clerk Penn Co, res 25 Broadway. 
Hutchison Alonzo M, plasterer, res 92 E Washington. 
Hutchison Elmer E, clerk O L Starkey, bds 178 Hanna. 
Hutchison Francis M, painter, bds 178 Hanna. 
Hutchison Van Renselaer R, produce dealer, res 178 Hanna. 

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Hutton D Edwin, trav agent J W Bell, res 114 W Washington. 
Hutzell Daniel, saloon 378 W Main, res s w cor Boone and 

Osage. 
Hutzell John, truckman, res 200 W Washington. 
Hutzell Maggie, domestic 16 Douglas ave. 
Huxoll August, grocer 90 Barr, res same, 
Huxoll August jr, clerk A Huxoll, res 187 E Lewis. 
Hyde Charles, driver C S R R Co, res 72 Baker. 
Hyener John V, laborer, bds w s S Calhoun 2 n of Killea. 
Hyer Edward A, restaurant 205 Calhoun, res same. 
Hylands Charles, grocery and saloon 120 Fairfield ave, res same. 
Hyle Ella, domestic 73 E Berry. 
Hyle Louisa, domestic 144 E Berry. 
Hyman Philip H, lumber dealer, res 338 S Calhoun. 
Hynes, see Hines. 



Iba Elizabeth (wid Wm),res 129 Fairfield ave. 

Iba George F, engineer W, St L & P Ry,bds 129 Fairfield ave. 

Me Charles (Frankenstein & Ide), res Florida. 

Imind George J, painter, res 72 Brackenridge. 

Imbody Adam, trav agent, bds 139 Griffith. 

Imbody Daniel, raolder, res 312 S Broadway. 

Imbody Dorothy (wid Harrison), res 139 Griffith. 

Imbody Henry A, laborer, bds 139 Griffith. 

Immel Henry, res over 20 E Berry. 

Immel John, janitor Jefferson School, res 139 Griffith. 

Iraswiler Wm H, laborer, res e s Indiana s of limits. 

Indiana Katholisches Wochenblatt, Fred C Heitz 
Proprietor 13 E Main. {See adv,p 73.) 

*Indiana Staats Zeitung Co (John D Sarnighausen), 
Publishers Indiana Staats Zeitung n e cor Columbia and 
Clinton. {See adv,p 73.) 

Indiana State G-azetteer, R L Polk & Co Publishers, 
Detroit, Mich. {See adv.) 

Ingraham Frank, brakeman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds St Mary's 
ave. 

Inman Isaac, laborer, bds Joseph Frane. 

Irey Alfred K, solicitor Ft Wayne Journal, res 278 S Broad- 
way. 

Irey Mrs Sarah, bds 278 S Calhoun. 

Irion Jacob, coremaker Bass F & M Works, res 336 Hanna. 

Irving, see Ervin and Irioin. 

Irwin, see also Ervin. 

Irwin George B, clerk, res 11 E Columbia. 

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Irwin John S,MD, LLD, Superintendent Public Schools, 
Office Central Grammar School, res 241 W Main. 

Irwin Miss Lizzie F, milliner S E Irwin and teacher Washing- 
ton School, bds 11 E Columbia. 

Irwin Martha D, bds 241 W Main. 

Irwin Miss Mary, clerk Superintendent of Schools, bds 241 W 
Main. 

Irwin Michael, mason, res 138 W Main. 

Irwin Miss Rose, bds 241 W Main. 

Irwin Mrs Susan E, milliner 11 E Columbia, res same. 

Isabey Emma, domestic 262 Calhoun. 

Isbell Miss Jennie, bds 156 Taylor. 

Israel Charles, painter S W Hull, res 47 Baker. 

Israel Frederick, blacksmith, bds 47 Baker. 

*Israel Henry, Livery and Sale Stables 111 Broadway, res 
190 W Jefferson. 

Israel Wm, laborer Bass F & M Works, res rear 86 Lillie. 

Iten Catherine (wid John C), res 47 Buchanan. 

Iten Frank, inspector City Water Works, res 51 Buchanan. 

Iten Frank, apprentice Jenney Electric Light Co, bds 51 Bu- 
chanan. 

Iten John C, carpenter, res s s Pontiac foot of Holton ave. 

Ives George, machinist W, St L & P Ry, bds Austin House. 



Jabas Emil, bricklayer, res 361 E Lewis. 

Jackson Edwin T, clerk Hoffman House, bds 270 W Jefferson. 
Jackson Herbert C, engineer Penn Co, res 55 Brackenridge. 
Jackson Jacob W, teamster J C Peters, res w s Osage 1 n of W 

Main. 
Jackson James, engineer NY, C & St L Ry, bds Darrow House. 
Jackson John M, printer Ft Wayne Sentinel, bds 207 W Berry. 
Jackson Kirby, engineer Penn Co, bds 55 Brackenridge. 
*Jack8on Thomas, roadmaster Penn Co, res s s Fairfield ave nr 

city limits. 
Jackson Thomas, teamster H C Paul, bds 104 Ewing, 
Jackson Wm, watchman Penn Co, res 213 Fairfield ave. 
Jackson Wm T, engineer Penn Co, res 270 W Jefferson. 
Jacobs Andrew, grocer 354 Broadway, res same. 
Jacobs Caroline (wid Peter), res 116 Madison. 
Jacobs Charles, butcher A F Gessler, bds 60 E Main. 
Jacobs Charles W, Baker and Confectioner 62 E Main, 

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Jacobs George (George Jacobs & Co), res 104 Fairfield ave. 

Jacobs George, laborer, res 73 Wall. 

Jacobs George & Co (George Jacobs, E R McElfatrick), 

Musicians' Headquarters 10 W Main. 
Jacobs Gustave, switchman Nickel Plate Ry, res n s W Main 

nr Muncie Ry. 
Jacobs Harry N, compounder J Nathan & Co, bds 56 W 

Wayne. 
Jacobs Henry, laborer Olds' Wagon Works, res 121 W 

DeWald. 
Jacobs Henry, laborer Hoffman Bros, res 206 Broadway. 
Jacobs Henry G, apprentice City Carriage Works, bds 62 E 

Main. 
Jacobs John H (W Jacobs & Son), res 83 E Berry. 
Jacobs John W, baker C W Jacobs, bds same. 
Jacobs Miss Kate, dressmaker, res 206 Broadway. 
Jacobs Margaret A (wid Wm), res 127 E Washington. 
Jacobs Mary, domestic 241 W Washington. 
Jacobs Myer N (M N Jacobs & Co), res 56 W Wayne. 
Jacobs M N & Co (Myer N Jacobs, Louis Heilbroner), 

Cigars 12 W Berry, 
Jacobs Philinda (wid John), res rear 33 W Lewis. 
Jacobs Thomas, teamster J W Ryan, bds 39 W Lewis. 
Jacobs Wm L, brakeman, res 163 Clinton. 
Jacobs W & Son (John H Jacobs), Boots and Shoes 17 

Calhoun. 
Jacobson Miss Addie, teacher Bloomingdale School, bds 136 W 

Wayne. 
Jacobson Miss Julia, clerk L Wolf & Co, bds 136 W Wayne. 
Jacobson Miss Laura, cashier A Mergentheim, bds 136 W 

Wayne. 
Jacobson Rosalie (wid Victor), res 136 W Wayne. 
Jacoby Frederick, carpenter 40 Buchanan, res same. 
Jacoby George, res 78 Murray. 
Jacoby Mary, domestic 176 W Washington. 
Jacot August, laborer Street Commissioner, res 231 Barr. 
Jaeger, see also Yeager. 

Jaeger Charles, laborer Penn Co, res 36 John. 
Jaeger Louisa (wid Christian), bds 36 John. 
Jahn Charles, carpenter, res 3 West. 

Jahn Herman, painter Olds' Wagon Works, bds 334 Hanna. 
Jahn Nicholas, carpenter W, St L & P Ry, res 1 West. 
Jahns Caroline, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 18 Hood. 
Jahns Elizabeth (wid Herman A), housekeeper The Fort 

Wayne College, rms 18 Hood. 
James Eliza (wid Elisha), res 83 St Mai'y's ave. 

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James Elizabeth (wid Daniel), bds w s S Wayne ave 2 s of W 
Creighton ave. 

James Jesse M, carpenter res w s S Wayne ave 3 s of W Creigh- 
ton ave. 

James Lednum H, painter Fleming Mnfg Co, res 215 Wells. 

James Wm H, teamster, bds Thomas J Hunt. 

Jamey Erail, fireman Penn Co, res cor Green and Holden ave. 

Janessau Nellie, domestic 65 Baker. 

Janssen Jacob, laborer Penn Co, res 214 John. 

Jarman Charles, brakeman Penn Co, rms 93 E Lewis. 

Jarrett Cyrenus S, driver John Scheffer & Co, res 24 Brandriff. 

Jasper Frederick, carpenter Penn Co, res 49 W Washington. 

Jasper Frederick, laborer Street Commissioner, bds 49 W 
Washington. 

Jasper George W, checker Penn Co freight depot, res 49 W 
Washington. 

Jasper Rudolph H, res 49 W Washington. 

Jasper W Frederick, carpenter, res 155 W Superior. 

Jautz Christian, market gardener, res s s Polk 1 w of St Mary's 
ave. 

Jautz L Charles, car repairer W, St L & P Ry, res 113 High. 

Jaxtheimer A W, cutter L Jaxtheimer, bds 31 Wefel. 

Jaxtheimer Leonhard, Merchant Tailor 8 W Wayne, 
res 31 Wefel. (See adv, p 87.) 

Jeanmougin Lucy, domestic 287 W Wayne. 

JefiFerds Oliver W (French, Hanna & Co), res 131 E Wayne. 

Jefferies Wm T, cigarmaker G Reiter, res 7 McClellan. 

Jefferson School, s w cor Jefferson and Griffith. 

Jenkinson Emma B (Jenkinson & Spencer), bds 170 W Jeffer- 
son. 

Jenkinson Miss Hattie, bookkeeper D N Foster Furniture Co, 
bds cor Calhoun and Creighton ave. 

Jenkinson Joseph J (Jenkinson & Spencer), res 170 W Jeffer- 
son. 

Jenkinson & Spencer (Emma B Jenkinson, Ellen J Spencer), 
fancy goods 25 W Wayne. 

Jenne Chauncey R, agent blasting powder 88 Barr, res same. 

Jennings Josie, domestic 90 E Berry. 

Jerman Charles A, trav agent, res 400 E Wayne. 

Jerome Ann (wid John), res 5 Brandriff. 

Jerrands Frank, cigarmaker, bds 22 W Jefferson. 

Jeson John, hostler Ligget Bros, rms 5 N Harrison. 

Jewell Frank, helper J Spice & Son, bds 50 W Main. 

Jirardin, see Gerardin. 

Jobst, see also Yohst. 

Jobst Amand, meatmarket, 327 Lafayette, res same. 

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Jobst Amelia, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 327 Lafayette. 

Jobst Caroline, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 327 Lafay- 
ette. 

Jobst John, butcher, bds 327 Lafayette. 

Jobst Joseph, butcher, bds 327 Lafayette. 

Jobst Wra, laborer, bds 25 Fox, 

Jocquel John J, books and stationery 168 Calhoun, res same. 

Jocquel Louis, res 168 Calhoun. 

Joehrendt Frederick, laborer Hoffman Bros, res 30 West. 

Joerns Frank, cigarmaker F J Gruber, res 22 Jefferson. 

Johann Andrew, laborer, res 248 E Jefferson. 

Johann Andrew jr, baker Louis Fox, bds 248 E Jefferson. 

Johann George N, boxraaker E M Link, bds 248 E Jefferson. 

John, see Jahn. 

Johns Alfred L (A L Johns & Co), res 103 E Washington. 

Johns Alfred S, Harness, Trunks, Traveling Bags, Whips, 
Etc 10 E Columbia, res same. 

* Johns A L & Co (Alfred L Johns), harness 51 E Columbia. 

*John8 Louis B, carriagemaker n e cor Main and Barr, res 160 
E Wayne. 

Johns Robert, engineer N Y, C & St L Ry, bds 43 Elm. 

Johnson Alfred S, train despatcher F W, C & L R R, res 126 
W Main. 

Johnson August, coremaker Bass F & M Works, bds 87 Hol- 
man. 

Johnson Augustine, engineer Penn Co, res 157 Holraan. 

Johnson Bernard, helper W, St L & P Ry, res 87 Holman. 

Johnson Carrie, waiter Darrow Hotel. 

Johnson Miss Carrie M, dressmaker, bds 133 Holman. 

Johnson Charles E, tel operator Baltimore & Ohio Telegraph 
Co, Nickel Plate pass depot, bds 301 W Jefferson. 

Johnson Charles W, laborer L S & M S Ry, bds 151 High. 

Johnson Delia (col'd), domestic 178 W Berry. 

Johnson Elbe, carriage trimmer E C Smith, bds 58 W Main. 

Johnson Miss Ella J, operator W U Tel Co, bds n w cor Grif- 
fith and Main. 

Johnson Ellen (col'd), cook 3 Railroad. 

Johnson Emmet, blacksmith E C Smith, rms 71 E Columbia. 

Johnson Enoch, grocer 27 Oliver, res 6 Horace. 

Johnson Frank, laborer Kerr-Murray Mnfg Co, res w s S Cal- 
houn 3 s of Leith. 

Johnson Garrett, laborer, res s e cor Lewis and Lillie. 

Johnson George, laborer, res s s Hayden 4 w of McCulloch. 

Johnson George W, laborer, bds 151 High. 

Johnson Henry C bds 91 Madison. 

Johnson Huldah (wid Thomas), res 91 E Main. 

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232 E. L. POLK & CO.'S 



Johnson Jacob, helper Penn Co, res 214 S John. 

Johnson John W, clerk Gruber & Gray, res 136 W DeWald. 

Johnson Josiah, car inspector Penn Co, res 120 W Creighton 
ave. 

Johnson Miss Laura J, tailoress J W Fowles, bds 254 W Jef- 
ferson. 

Johnson Loren H, trackmaster C S R R Co, res 262 Calhoun. 

Johnson Louis, laborer, 1 ds 152 E Washington. 

Johnson Lucia A (wid Ambrose), res 254 W Jeffei-son. 

Johnson Margaret, domestic 39 W Lewis. 

Johnson Miss Mary E, artist, bds 91 E Main. 

Johnson Mary E (wid Andrew), dressmaker, res 133 Holman. 

Johnson Peter, laborer, res 407 E Wayne. 

Johnson Peter H, blacksmith Bass F & M Works, res 224 
Hugh. 

Johnson Richard, fireman Peters B & L Co, res 153 High. 

Johnson Sarah E (wid Ellas), res 93 W Je£ferson. 

Johnson Schuyler P, agent, bds LTnion House. 

Johnson Uriah, boarding house 245 Calhoun. 

Johnson Wester H, laborer, bds 151 High. 

Johnson Wm M, res 151 High. 

Johnston John, shoemaker P Eggemann, res 60 Clinton. 

Johnston Monroe, brakeman Nickel Plate Ry, res 19 N" Cass. 

Johnston Wm jr, secretary Olds' Wagon Works, res 98 W 
Berry. 

Joly Frank, clerk .J Langard, rms 59 Barr. 

Jones Miss Amanda, seamstress, bds w s Hoagland ave 1 s of 
Creighton ave. 

Jones Ambrose F, letter carrier P O, res 301 Harrison. 

Jones Annie, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 301 Harrison. 

Jones Arthur L, clerk Fruit House, bds 49 Walnut. 

Jones Miss Blanche, bds 92 Franklin ave. 

Jones Catherine (wid Paul), res 51 Oliver. 

Jones Charles E, deputy county recorder, res 131 Jackson. 

Jones Charles M, clerk Penn Co freight depot, res 127 Mont- 
gomery, 

Jones Christina (wid Reason V), bds 161 W Washington, 

Jones David W, clerk Troy Steam Laundry, res w s Thompson 
ave opp Maple ave. 

Jones Edward S, engineer Penn Co, res 83 Butler. 

Jones Frank P, clerk H W Prior, bds 146 Jackson. 

Jones Frederick W, hackman, res 305 W Washington. 

Jones Fremont L (F L Jones & Co), res 24 Jones. 

*Joiies F L & Co (Fremont L Jones, Ogden Pierce), Pro- 
prietors Troy Steam Laundry 48 and 50 Pearl. {See left 
bottom lines.) 

I/qo<v 9i Dfn Sell 3! ajolica Ware and Hand-painted 
IxdClg 06 DlUi Plates, at No. 5 East Columbia St. 



L^N XTTTT T Mixed Paints ready for 
. \J, XI U XjJLi, use, at 90 Calhoun St. 

FORT WATXE DIRECTORY. 233 

Jones George W, Lawyer, Real Estate, Abstracts of 
Title and Loans 75^ Calhoun, res 140 Jackson. 

Jones Harvey P, asst manager Troy Steara Laundry, bds w s 
Hoagland ave s of Wayne. 

Jones Henry, engineer Penn Co, res 17 Lavina. 

Jones Isaac, brakeman Pinn Co, res 69 Melita. 

Jones James, fireman Nickel Plate Ry, bds ISi Burgess. 

Jones John, brakeman Penn Co, bds 51 Oliver. 

Jones John, machinist W, St L & P Ry, res 63 Butler. 

Jones Joseph H, physician 320 W Jelferson, res same. 

Jones Levi M/Real Estate 26 Court, res e s Spy Run ave 
1 s of Riverside ave. 

Jones Lloyd, clerk Fruit House, res 49 Walnut. 

Jones Martha A, principal Training School, bds 53 W Superior. 

Jones Mary (wid David), res 53 W Superior. 

Jones Mary D (wid J P), res 60 W Washington. 

Jones Maurice L, Photographer 15 and 44 Calhoun, res 
44 same. {See right top lines^ 

Jones Nancy J (wid Lukins), bds 49 Harmer. 

Jones Robert M, fireman Penn Co, res 146 Wallace. 

Jones Silas C, expressman, bds 94 Thomas. 

Jones Thomas, porter Coombs & Co, res 30 Pine. 

Jones Thomas jr, clerk Fruit House, bds 30 Pine. 

Jones Wm H, brakeman Penn Co, res 213 W Berry. 

Jones Wm S, lawyer, res 103 W Berry. 

Joost Albert (Wagner & Joost), music teacher 132 W Jeffer- 
son, res same. 

Jordan, see also Jourdain and Shordon. 

Jordan George S, laborer F W, C & L R R, res 166 Broadway. 

Jordan Joseph A, blacksmith F Yeith, res 328 Harrison. 

Josse Charles P, driver Markey & Mungovan, bds 157 Wells. 

Josse Edward, laborer, res 3 Short. 

Josse Louisa (wid John M), res 157 Wells. 

Jourdain, see also flordan and Shordon. 

Jourdain Celestin J, grocer 98 Maumee road, res 94 same. 

Judy George H, foreman blacksmith Penn Co, res 151 Holman. 

Juergens August H, brickmaker Wm Miller, res w s Lafayette 
nr intersection Piqua road. 

Juergens Wm, carpenter H C Taylor & Co, bds n s Hanna 1 n 
of Baker. 

Juergensen Peter K, clerk Morgan & Beach, res e of Spy Run 
ave. 

Julliard Miss Frances M, dressmaker, bds 70 W Wayne. 

Jully Louis, barber 243^ Calhoun, res 17 Baker. 

Junge Clement, painter Olds' Wagon Works, bds 172 Sutton- 
field. 

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234 R. L. POLK & CO.'S 

Junghans Edwin, cabinetmaker Ft Wayne Organ Co, res n 8 

Belle ave 1 w of Fox, 
Just, see Schust. 



Kaade August, laborer W, St L & P Ry, res 217 Broadway. 

Kaade Frederick, laborer Olds' Wagon Works, res 8 Jones. 

Kaade Wm, machine hand N G Olds & Sons, bds 2 1 7 Broad- 
way. 

Kaag Alice, domestic 29 E Main. 

Kaag Caroline, bds 283 W Jefferson. 

Kaag Li Hie, bds 283 W Jefferson. 

Kaag Margaret (wid Jacob C, Kaag & Bro), res 283 W Jeffer- 
son. 

Kaag Matthias F (Kaag & Bro), res 45 N Cass. 

Kaag Pauline, bds 283 W Jefferson. 

K.aag^& Bro (Matthias F and Margaret), Crockery,Glassware, 
Bar Goods, Lamps and Chandeliers 5 E Columbia. {See 
left bottom lines.) 

Kabisch Fi-ederick C, butcher 135 Fairfield ave, res 182 same. 

Kabisch John H, barber 137 Fairfield ave, res 133 same. 

Kabisch Rudolph, butcher F C Kabisch, res 182 Fairfield ave. 

Kabisch Rudolph jr, tinner Freiburger Bros, bds 182 Fairfield 
ave. 

Kable John H, printer The Gazette, res 64 E Berry. 

Kaehler, see also Kaylor and Kehler. 

Kaehler Rev Emmerich W, editor Abend Schule of St Louis, 
res 155 Madison. 

Kahnlein Henry, barber Ehrmann & Geller, res 27 Lavina. 

Kahoe Wm, fireman Penn Co, res 59 Laselle. 

Kaiser, see also Kayser, Keiser, Keyset and Kiser. 

Kaiser Anthony W, messenger Penn Co depot, res 127 Madison. 

Kaiser Amelia, cook Edward Seidel & Son, bds 52^ Calhoun. 

Kaiser Charles, blacksmith W, St L & P Ry, res 34 Allen. 

Kaiser Conrad C, millwright, res 127 N Cass. 

Kaiser Ernest, planer Penn Co, res 186 E Lewis. 

Kaiser Frank, brakeman GR & I RR, bds 29 Hough. 

Kaiser Frederick, boilermaker W, St L & P Ry, res 202 John. 

Kaiser Louisa, domestic 271 W Wayne. 

Kaiser Mina (wid Henry), res 127 Madison. 

Kaiser Minnie, domestic s s Maple ave 1 w of S Broadway. 

Kaiser Wm G, patternmaker, bds 127 N Cass. 

Kalbach Christian, laborer, res 31 John. 

Kalbach Louis, laborer, bds 31 John. 

Kalbacher, see also Kohlhacker. 



Troy Steam Laundry, 



50 PEARL ST., is constantly 
—putting in New Machinery.— 



Fnr TIM-TYPF^ go to Hamilton Art Gallery, S.E. 



eor. Calliouu and Columbia Sts. 



PORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 236 



Kalbacher Anton (John Scheffer & Co, A Kalbacher & 
Co), Proprietor St Joseph Mills 65 E Columbia, res 234 
E Wayne. 

*Kall)acher A & Co (Anton Kalbacher, Wm Pothoff), 
Dealers in Flour, Feed and Provisions 296 Callioun. 

Kalbacher Mark, bds 126 E Lewis. 

Kallen Peter, foreman Horton Mnfg Co, res n s Richardson e of 
Runnion ave. 

Kalvirski Bernard, pedler, res 66 Maumee road. 

Kamm George L, letter carrier No 5, res 121 W Superior, 

Kammeier Henry, fireman Nickel Plate Ry, res 87 St Mary's 
ave. 

Kammeier Wm C, clerk August Huxoll, bds same. 

Kampe, see also Camp. 

Karape Charles A, bookkeeper F Eckai't, res 50 W Lewis. 

Kampe Christian J, clerk L S & M S Ry, bds 50 W Lewis. 

Karape Ernest, clerk Penn Co, bds 50 W Lewis. 

Kampe Gustave J H, teacher German Lutheran School, res 306 
W Jefferson. 

Kampe Mary, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 50 W Lewis. 

Kamphues Henry, butcher, res rear 88 E Madison. 

Kamphues Mary (wid Joseph), bds 38 Wall. 

Kanaga Francis J, baggageman Penn Co, res 86 Williams. 

Kanaga Lee A, conductor Penn Co, res 88 Williams. 

Kane, see also Cain and Kean. 

Kane Anna, domestic 287 )V Berry. 

Kane Charles E, clerk J M Kane & Bro, bds 88 W Berry. 

Kane Daniel W, clerk J M Kane & Bro, bds 88 W Berry. 

Kane Hannah (wid James), bds 50 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 P, conductor Penn Co, res 261 E Wayne. 

Kane Katie, domestic 26 Douglas ave. 

Kane Patrick H (James M Kane & Bro), res 50 W Berry. 

Kane's Block, s s Main bet Calhoun and Harrison. 

Kanemann Catharine (wid Frederick), res 16 Sturgis. 

Kanne August, painter, res 422 E Washington. 

Kanne Frederick, laborer, res 95 Montgomery. 

Kanne Frederick H, clerk Batchelder & Medsker, res 95 Mont- 
gomery. 

Kanney John, bricklayer, res 104 E Wayne. 

Kanning Charlotte (wid Henry), res rear 67 Maumee road. 

Kanning Frank H, Lon Fence Works and Builders' 
Supplies 99 Madison, bds same. 

Kanning Frederick, express, bds 59 E Wayne. 



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KEYSTONE BLOCK. 



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236 R. L. POLK & CO.'S 

Kanning Henry, butcher F Eckart, res 59 E Wayne. 

Kanning Henry F, engineer Penn Co, bds 99 Madison, 

Kanning Sophia (wid Louis), res 99 Madison. 

Kanning Sophia (wid Wm, res 59 E Wayne. 

Kanning Wm, machinist Bass F & M Works, bds 59 E Wayne. 

Kaough Julian, machinist, bds 166 Montgomery. 

Kaough Richard, agent, bds 166 Montgomery. 

Kaough Wm, Postmaster, res 166 Montgomery. 

Kappel Henry, helper Penn Co, res 349 E Lewis. 

Kappel Henry J, boilermaker Penn Co, bds 1 80 E Washing- 
ton. 

Kappel Herman, bartender Robinson House, bds 180 E Wash- 
ington. 

Kappel John, helper Penn Co, res 180 E Washington. 

Kappenhagen Frederick, butcher F Eckart, res Sturst's nr 
Broadway. 

Karber James, finisher White's Wheel Works, bds 20 Grant 
ave. 

Karencenbach Mary, domestic 185 W Wayne. 

Kariger George, tinner, rms 60 E Columbia. 

Karman, see Carmen. 

Karn, see also Curran and Kern. 

Karn Samuel A, traveling agent, res 205 W Jefferson. 

Karns, see also Cairns and Kearns. 

Karns Calvin H, wagon maker Olds' Wagon Works, res 15 
Hamilton. 

Karns Martin, coachman 69 W Wayne. 

Karns Wm, morticer Olds' Wagon Works, bds 15 Hamilton. 

Kartholl Catharine (wid Joseph), bds 112 Clay. 

Kassel, see also Castle. 

Kassel Miss Idella J, bds 9 Buchanan. 

Kassel Louis, clerk Fruit House, res 57 E Wayne. 

Kassen, see Kessen. 

Kasten Louis C, cigarmaker George Reiter, res 116 W Jeffer- 
son. 

Katt August C, clerk Keil & Bro, bds 269 W Washington. 

Katt Claus, mason, res 41 Maumee road. 

Kauder Bernard, laborer P, Ft W & C Ry, res 410 Lafayette. 

Kauffman Harry, messenger Penn Co, bds Degroff Nelson. 

Kaufmann Kate, waiter Aveline House. 

Kaufmann Katherine (wid Christian), res 330 Hanna. 

Kaufmann Katherine, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 330 
Hanna. 

Kaufmann Loren M, painter, bds 38 Clinton. 

Kaufmann Mary, waiter Aveline House. 

Kaufmann Ricca, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 330 Hanna. 

^^ U/oiooll ^«?foV 34 CALHOUN STREET, 

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THE CITY OF FORT WAYNE. 



FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 237 

K^aufraann Sarah A (wid Philander), res 38 Clinton. 

Kauter Christian J F, baker C W Jacobs, bds same. 

Kavanaugh, see also Gavanagh. 

Kavanaugh Rose, works Keller Medicine Co, bds 167 N Harri- 
son. 

Kavanaugh Thomas, expressman, res 167 N Harrison. 

Kavanaugh Wm H, expressman, bds 167 N Harrison. 

Kay Amanda (wid Benjamin), res 45 Locust. 

Kay Benjamin, machinist W, St L & P Ry, res 90 Dawson. 

Kay Benjamin A, wood carver Ft Wayne Organ Co, res 118 
AV Creighton ave. 

Kaylor, see also Kaehler and Kehler. 

Kaylor Anna, domestic 29 E Main. 

Kaylor Charles P, brakeman N Y, C & St L Ry, res 255 W 
Wayne. 

Kaylor Lyman, laborer, res n s E Lewis 1 w of Walton ave. 

Kayser, see also Kaiser, Keiser, Keyser and Kiser. 

Kayser Anton, tailor F Kayser, res 252 W Jefferson. 

Kayser August, machinist, bds 131 Broadway. 

Kayser Ernest, coachman 261 W Berry. 

Kayser Frederick, shoemaker P Eggemann, res 374 E Wash- 
ington. 

Kayser Frederick, tailor 42 Harrison, res 252 W Jefferson. 

Kayser Wra (Kayser & Baade), res ^31 Broadway. 

Kayser Wm, tailor F Kayser, bds 42 Harrison. 

Kayser & Baade (Wm Kayser, Henry Baade), Grocers and 
Provision Dealers 129 Broadway. 

Keack Peter, carpenter, res n e cor St Mary's ave and Aboit. 

Kean, see also Cain and Kane. 

Kean Oscar B, printer Newspaper Union, res 426 E Washing- 
ton. 

Kearns, see also Cairt^s and Karns. 

Kearns Bridget (wid Thomas), res 2 Brandriff. 

Kearns Dennis, brakeman Penn Co, bds 2 Brandriff. 

Kearns .Jane (wid Andrew), bds 143 Taber. 

Keator Theodore P, traveling agent ACTrentman, res 105 W 
Berry. 

Keck Eliza, works Keller Medicine Co, bds 309 W Jefferson. 

Keck Philomena, bds s e cor DeWald and Hanna. 

Kee Frank F, lumber dealer, res 169 W Jefferson. 

Keefe, see also G'Keefe. 

Keefe Elizabeth, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds cor Harri- 
son and 1st. 

Keefe John A, baggageman F W, C & L R R, bds cor Harri- 
son and 1st. 

Keefe Josie, domestic 40 Douglas ave. 

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Cor. Calhoun and Columbia Streets. Sole Agent for 
the Celebrated Bockford Watches, also a full line 
of all the different American and Swiss Watches. 



2.38 R. L. POLK & CO.'S 



Keefer, see also Kiefer. 

Keefer Christian, stonecutter Roth & Keller, res 25 West. 

Keefer George, laborer, bds 32 Hood. 

Keefer John, brickmaker, res w s Lafayette 4 s of Pontiac. 

Keefer Philip F, carpenter, res 32 Hood. 

Keegan Miss Abbie C, teacher Training School, bds 147 W 
Washington. 

Keegan Patrick H, engineer Penn Co, res 147 W Washington. 

Keel, see also Keil^ Kiel and Kyle. 

Keel Aurora C, Books, Stationery and News Depot 139 
Broadway, res same. 

Keel Mrs A C, Millinery, Fancy Goods and Notions 137 
Broadway, res same. 

Keeler John W, conductor Penn Co, bds Aveline House. 

Keeley Wra, helper Penn Co, res 44 Force. 

Kees Frank, fireman F W, C & L R R, res 35 Wilt. 

Keffer Mary (wid Nicholas), bds 22 Fulton. 

Keffer Nicholas, chimney sweep 22 Fulton, res same. 

Kegelmann Julius, mattress mnfr n e cor E Wayne and Wal- 
ton ave, res same. 

Kegg, Emanuel, carpenter, res 116 Butler. 

Kegg Hannah L, works Keller Medicine Co, bds 116 Butler. 

Kegg Henry L, printer Keller Medicine Co, bds 116 Bulter. 

Kegg Wm A, carpenter W, St L & P Ry, bds 116 Butler. 

Kehler, see also Kaehler and Kaylor. 

Kehler Daniel B, secretary and treasurer The Bickford Furni- 
ture Co, and books and stationery 4 Aveline House Block, 
bds 235 W Main. 

Keifer, see Keefer and Kiefer. 

Keifhaber, see Kiefhaber. 

Keil, see also Keel, Kiel and Kyle. 

Keil Miss Amy J, clerk, bds 145 W Superior. 

Keil David S (Keil & Bro), res 141 E Berry. 

Keil Emma J, clerk Keil & Bro, bds 145 W Superior. 

Keil Frederick W (Keil & Bro), Postmaster, res 145 W 
Superior. 

Keil Jacob H (Keil & Bro), res 143 W Superior. 

Keil Lewis D (Keil & Bro), res 145 W Superior. 

Keil Luther, mail clerk The Gazette, bds 143 W Superior. 

Keil Miss Mary A, bds 145 W Superior. 

Keil Miss Sophie S, bds 145 W Superior. 

Keil & Bro (David S, Frederick W, Lewis D and Jacob H), 
Proprietors Fort Wayne Gazette 30 E Berry, and Book- 
sellers, Stationers and Wall Paper 56 Calhoun. , 

Keinz Philip, saloon 307 Lafayette, res same. 

Keirspe, see Kierspe. 



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FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 239 

Keiser, see also IiTalser, Kaysei\ Keyser a?id Kiser. 

Keiser Mamie, cook Robinson House. 

Keiser Sophia, domestic 145 W Superior, 

Keisling, see Kieslmg. 

Keiss, see Kiess. 

Keith Robert F, supt Ft Wayne Organ Co, res 282 W Berry. 

Kelker Anthony, engineer Penn Co, res 174 Griffith. 

Kelker Henry, carpenter C G French, bds James Wright. 

Kelker Henry O, fireman Penn Co, bds 174 Griffith. 

Kelker John, bartender, bds Thomas J Hunt. 

Kelker Samuel S, engineer Penn Co, res 46 E Jefferson. 

Kelker Miss Susan, res 120 Clinton. 

Kelker Wm, res 120 Clinton. 

Kelker Wm C, engineer Penn Co, res 84 Baker. 

Keller, see also Heller. 

Keller Abraham, foreman W E Keller, res 40 Pearl. 

Keller Albert, upholsterer, bds rear 224 W Main. 

Keller Alpheus, clerk Keller Medicine Co, bds 65 Harrison. 

Keller Casper, laborer Kei-r-Murray Mnfg Co. res 135 Wallace. 

Keller Charles, cigarmaker W A Sauerbier, res 323 Calhoun. 

Keller Charles C (Charles C Keller & Co), res rear 224 W Main. 

Keller Charles C & Co (Charles C Keller, Hermann Sauerwein), 

file and rasp mnfrs 72 Pearl, res same. 
Keller Frederick, laborer Olds' Wagon Works, res 10 Henry. 
Keller Henry, conductor Penn Co, bds Fleming House. 
Keller Henry (Roth & Keller), res 287 W Main. 
Keller Jacob, trackman C S R R Co, bds 262 Calhoun. 
Keller John, laborer, res 313 Harrison. 
Keller Josiah O (Keller Medicine Co), res 71 Harrison. 
Keller Medicine Co (Josiah O Keller, Ashbel G Strain), mnfg 

pharmacists 69 to 75 Harrison. 
Keller Philander T, trav agent Keller Medicine Co, rooms 73 

Harrison. 
Keller Sebastian (Keller & Brunner), bds Union House. 
Keller Thomas, brakeman G R& I R R, bds 813 Harrison. 
Keller Wm E, feed yard 40 Pearl, res same. 
Keller & Brunner (Sebastian Keller, Cornelius Brunner), 

Monuments and Tombstones 124 W Main. 
Kellermeier Mary, domestic 181 Ewing. 
Kellermeier Wm, coachman, res 113 W Berry. 
Kellerraeyer Christian, driver Michael Himbert, res 190 George. 
Kelley Daniel, laborer Street Commissioner, res rear 204 E 

Wayne. 
Kelley Elizabeth (wid Michael), res 128 Chicago. 
Kelley Jacob C, clerk Root & Co, bds 121 E Washington. 
Kelley James N, laborer, res 41 Gay. 

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Kelley John M, conductor Penn Co, res s e cor Horace and 

Holton ave. 
Kelley Michael, molder, bds 128 Chicago. 
Kelley Michael M, saloon 250 Calhoun, res 142 E Jefferson. 
Kelley Regina (wid John), res 121 E Washington, 
Kelley Thomas, porter, bds 128 Chicago. 

Kellogg Miss Ida M, teacher of voice culture, bds 181 Lafayette. 
Kellogg John H, engineer Penn Co, res 181 Lafayette. 
Kelly Catherine (wid Patrick), res 203 B irr. 
Kelly Christopher, constable, res 82 Madison. 
Kelly Clara, domestic .306 Calhoun. 
Kelly Dennis, laborer J A Koehler, res s w cor Pontiac and 

Lafayette. 
Kelly John H, laborer Penn Co, bds 9 Walnut. 
Kelly John T, laborer, res 81 Ploagland ave. 
Kelly Margaret, domestic 96 E Berry. 
Kelly Mary, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 203 Barr. 
Kelly Patrick, laborer, res 9 Walnut. 
Kelly Simon, laborer, bds 203 Barr. 

Kelly Robert E, fireman F W, C & L R R, bds 108 W 3d. 
Kelly Thomas F, farmer, res 108 W 3d. 
Kelly Timothy, laborer, res 20 Brandriff. 
Kelsch Adam, stonecutter Wm Moellering, res V8 Wilt. 
Kelsch Nicholas, cabinetmaker Peters B & L Co, res 136 Barr, 
Kelsey Alfred, sawmill, res n w cor Putnam and Sherman. 
Kelsey Frank W, clerk Staub Bros, bds 11 W Main. 
Kelsey James T, meatmarket 22 Harrison, res same. 
Kelsey Wat, clerk L S & M S Ry, bds 152 E Berry. 
Kemler Charles, cigarmaker J C Eckert, res 151 Harrison. 
Kemp Clara, domestic 191 Hanna. 

Kemp David, blacksmith Fleming Mnfg Co, res 321 Wells. 
Kemp David G, teamster J W Ryan, bds 39 W Lewis. 
Kemp Edgar, traveling agent G E Bursley & Co, res 169 E 

Wayne. 
Kemp Henry E, fireman Penn Co, res 33 E Williams. 
Kemp Herbert L, assistant bookkeeper Geo DeWald & Co, bds 

169 E Wayne. 
Kemp John, foreman Olds' Wagon Works, res 33 Madison. 
Kemp John L, brakeman Penn Co, res 116 Fairfield ave. 
Kemp Whitley C, teamster Hoffman Bros, res w s St Mary's 

ave 3 n of Nickel Plate Ry. 
Kemp Wm, baker, res 17 High. 
Kenamann Catherine, domestic 143 W Berry. 
Kenawell Florence, domestic 159 W Washington. 
Kendrick Charles H, supply agent Nickel Plate Ry, office 35 

W Columbia, res 308 W Washington. 

l/nim Pf Dfn Sell LAMPS ot aH kinds cheap, 
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rORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 241 

Kendrick Frank B (Kendrick & Shrimpton), res 44 W Wash- 
ington, 

Kendrick John A, contractor, bds 225 Madison. 

Kendrick Wm G, arclntect, res 225 Madison. 

Kendrick & Shrimpton (Frank B Kendrick, Alfred 
Shrimpton), Contractors and Builders 152 W Main. 

Kennard, see Kiinevd. 

Kennedy Delotia K (wid John R), res 232 E Jeffcson. 

Kennedy John, engineer N Y, C & St L Ry, res n w cor Osage 
and Boone. 

Kennedy Katie, domestic 56 E Wayne. 

*Kennecly Thomas H, Proprietor Fleming House, 22 and 
24 W Berry. 

Kennelly Jeremiah, switchman P, F W & C Ry, bds 56 Baker. 

Kennelly John, brakeman N Y, C & St L Ry, res 56 Baker. 

Kennelly Michael, laborer, res 56 Baker. 

Kennelly Michael jr, conductor Penn Co, bds 56 Baker, 

Kenney Charles, book agent, bds 16 Brackenridge. 

Kensill George W, engineer car shop Penn Co, res 148 Clay. 

Kensill George W, fireman Penn Co, res 147 Fairfield ave. 

Kensill John C, boilermaker Penn Co, res 173 Holman. 

Kensill John C, fireman Penn Co, res 40 Hough. 

Kensill Miss Kittle D, milliner A Mergentheim, bds 148 Clay. 

Kent Mary, housekeeper McKinnie House. 

Kent Wm P, clerk, res 172 W Jefferson. 

Keplinger Frank E, brakeman Penn Co, bds 118 Force. 

Keplinger Harry A, bookkeeper Keil & Bro, bds 106 E Berry. 

Keplinger Jacob A, engineer Penn Co, res 118 Force. 

Keplinger Vine, dressmaker, rras 59 E Wayne. 

Keppler John G, laborer Olds' Wagon Works, res 26 Gay. 

Kerber, see Koerher. 

Kercher Jess, engineer, res 25 Clinton. 

Kern, see also Ciirran and Karn. 

*Kern Jacob J, deputy county clerk, res 107 W Washington. 

Kern John M, casemaker Ft Wayne Organ Co, res 46 Butler. 

Kern Michael, driver H E Linker, bds 46 W Berry. 

Kerr, see also Carr. 

Kerr Charles, laborer Wm Moellering, bds 12 Harrison. 

Kerr Clifton C, bookkeeper, bds s e cor Pontiac and S Calhoun. 

*Kerr-Murray Miifg Co, see Murray-Kerr Mnfg Co. 

Kerr Win J, Lawyer, Military Claim and Patent Agent 
and Notary Public 31 Calhoun, res s e cor Calhoun and 
Pontiac. 

Kerr Wm W, clerk W J Kerr, bds s e cor Pontiac and S Cal- 
houn. 

Kesdel Louis, laborer Olds' Wagon Works, bds 126 Gay. 

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Kessen Jacob, rimmer N G Olds & Sons, res 521 E Lewis. 

Kessen Nicholas, carpenter Penn Co, res 97 E Summit. 

Kessen Rosa, domestic Globe Chop House. 

Kessens Wm, teamster, res 363 E Washington, 

Kessler S Henry, molder Kerr-Murray Mnfg Co, res 369 E 
Lewis. 

Kestel P Paul, Modelmaker and General Mechanic 133 
Calhoun, res same. 

Ketcher John, laborer, res 23 Charles. 

Ketker Elizabeth (wid Frederick), res 18 Lavina. 

Ketker Frederick, works Electric Light Co, bds 18 Lavina. 

Kettler Conrad F, letter carrier No 1, res 205 E Jefferson. 

Kettler Eliza (wid Conrad), res 205 E Jefferson. 

Kettler Wm J, treasurer D N Foster Furniture Co, res 46 Erie. 

Key Benjamin, machinist W, St L & P Ry, bds 90 Dawson. 

Key Clayton, wagonmaker N G Olds & Sons, res 241 Barr, 

Keys Catherine (wid John), res 17 Bass. 

Keyser, see also luiiser', Kayser, Keiser and Kiser. 

Keyser Diedrich, laborer Penn Co, res 148 Broadway. 

Keyser Jacob M, painter W, St L & P Ry, res n e cor Oliver 
and Thomasetta 

Keyser Minnie, domestic 293 W Jefferson. 

Keystone Block, s w cor Calhoun and Columbia. 

Kibiger George, hostler G P Barnum, bds 91 E Columbia. 

Kickley Charles, clerk W, St L & P Ry, bds 90 Chicago. 

Kickley Isidore, conductor Penn Co, rms 156 Holman. 

Kickley Joseph C, brass molder W, St L & P Ry, res 90 Chi- 
cago. 

Kidd John, stonemason, res 66 Oakley. 

Kidd Julia A (wid Robert), bds 205 W Jefferson. 

Kiddy Andrew L, printer The Gazette, bds n w cor Calhoun 
and Pontiac. 

Kiefer, see also Keefer. 

Kiefer Adolph, superintendent of letter carriers, res 4 Eliza- 
beth. 

Keifer David, yardman, bds 18 Maiden Lane. 

Kiefer George A, teamster C L Centlivre, bds Henry Kiefer. 

Kiefer Henry, clerk Alderman & Yarnelle, res 4 Elizabeth. 

Kiefer Julius, bottler C L Centlivre, res nr brewery. 

Kiefer Philip F, carpenter W, St L & P Ry, res 82 Hood. 

Kiefhaber Frederick J, barber 185 Broadway, bds 168 Van 
Buren. 

Kiefhaber George, laborei-, res 168 Van Buren. 

Kiel, see also Keel, KeU and Kyle. 

Kiel Christian, helper W, St L & P Ry, res 397 Hanna. 

Kiel Henry F (Kiel & Freese), res 264 Webster. 

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Kiel & Freese (Henry F Kiel, August Freese), grocery and 

saloon 356 S Calhoun. 
Kienzle Christian, teamster, res 105 Hoffman. 
Kiei'spe Charles, machinist W, St L & P Ry, res 39 Locust. 
Kierspe Charles jr, machinist W, St L & P Ry, bds 39 Locust. 
Kierspe Fi-ederick W, wood carver Peters B & L Co, bds 39 

Locust. 
Kierspe George, clerk C D Porter, bds 39 Locust. 
Kierling Ferdinand, clerk A J Langohr, bds 12 Wilt. 
Kiess John F, painter F W Jenney Electric Light Co, res 16 

Summit. 
Kiet Wm, soapmaker Summit City Soap Co, bds 170 Maumee 

road. 
Kiley Annie, domestic 157 W Wayne. 
Kiley Bridget, seamstress, bds 33 Coleriek. 
Kiley Charles, brakeman N Y, C & St L Ry, res 238 W 

Wayne. 
Kiley Dennis T, laborer Olds' Wagon Works, bds 33 Coleriek. 
Kiley Mary (wid Thomas), res 33 Coleriek. 
Kiley Maurice, brakeman Penn Co, bds 53 Baker. 
Kiley John, fireman W, St L & P Ry, bds 33 Coleriek. 
Kilflaptigag Jeremiah, laborer N Y, C & St L Ry, bds n w cor 

Harrison and 1st. 
Kilgour August, brakeman Penn Co, res w s Walton ave 4 n of 

railroad. 
Killen Wm, blacksmith N Y, C & St L Ry, res n e cor E 

Creighton ave and Winter, 
Kilpatrick Henry E, fireman, bds 67 Wells. 
Kilpatrick James, caller W, St L & P Ry, res 59 Grand. 
Kilpatrick Oscar B, engineer, res 67 Wells. 
Kimball Benjamin H, clerk, res 29 West. 
Kimball Charles, bookkeeper, bds 25 W Washington. 
Kimball Frederick N, clerk W A Foote, bds 82 W Berry. 
Kimball Laura A, teacher Washington School, bds 29 West. 
Kimball Mary E, bds 29 West. 

Kimball Samuel W, music teacher, res 136 Jackson. 
Kimmel Edward, brakeman Penn Co, bds Nave House. 
Kimmel Kinzey, conductor Penn Co, res 48 Chicago. 
Kimmel Milton G, fireman Fort Wayne Organ Co, res w s In- 
diana ave nr Fairfield ave. 
Kincade Francis B, carpenter, res rear M E Church cor W 

Berry. 
Kincade Joseph H, boilermaker Penn Co, bds 18 Coleriek. 
Kindt Peter, clerk Wm Struver, res 172 W Jefferson. 
King Miss Caroline M, bds 62 Clinton. 
King David, engineer Penn Co, res 27 Baker. 

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King Eliza M (wid George E), res 125 Montgomery. 

King Miss Emma E, bds 62 Clinton. 

King Frank, billposter, res 35 Grand. 

King John, painter Penn Co, bds 111 Gay. 

King Jonathan T, harnessmaker, res 35 Grand. 

King Lyman, fireman N Y, C & St L Ky, bds 18 Burgess. 

King Rachel (wid Jacob), res 62 Clinton. 

King Sarah J, bds 62 Clinton. 

King Victor, car inspector Penn Co east yards, res 271 E 
Washington. 

Kingdon Henry R, bds 63 Wells. 

Kinman Rachel J (wid Thomas), bds 75 Madison. 

Kinnaird Alexander, machinist W, St L & P Ry, bds 25 Wil- 
liams. 

Kinnaird Edward O, clerk Stewart & Hahn, bds 25 Williams. 

Kinnaird Miss Emma F, teacher Hoagland School, bds 25 Wil- 
liams. 

Kinnaird Robert, machinist W, St L & P Ry, res 25 Williams. 

Kinnaird Robert F, General Ticket Agent F W, C & L 
R R, bds 19 E Jefferson. 

Kinnaird Wm M, machinist W, St L & P Ry, bds 25 Williams. 

Kinnan Martha (wid John M), bds 392 S Calhoun. 

Kinney Edward, laborer P Koehler, bds Paul Koehler. 

Kinney Michael, labarer Penn Co, res 123 DeWald. 

Kinsman James A, birtender J H McCain, rms 20 W Berry. 

Kinsman John A, bartender, bds Robinson House. 

Kintz, see also Kuntz. 

Kintz Alexander, mason, bds 43 Putnam. 

Kintz Ambrose W, mason, res 149 Archer ave. 

Kintz Charles, laborer C L Centlivre, bds John Kintz. 

Kintz Henry, brakeman Nickel Plate Ry, res 43 Putnam. 

Kintz Jacob, conductor N Y, C & St L Ry, res 76 W Main. 

Kintz John, engineer G R & I R R, res 293 Hanna. 

Kintz John, teamster C L Centlivre, res nr brewery. 

Kintz John W, carpenter Penn Co, res w s Lillie 1 s of E Lewis. 

Kintz Mrs Phoebe, boarding house n w cor N Harrison and 4th. 

Kirbach Ernest F, filer N G Olds & Sons, res 148 Smith. 

Kirbach Frederick, laborer, res 159 Gay. 

Kirbach Robert O, painter Olds' Wagon Works, bds 3 Monroe. 

Kirbaugh Mattie, domestic 117 E Main. 

Kirby Michael, engineer Penn Co, res 29 Colerick. 

Kirchefer Annie, domestic 87 W Wayne. 

Kirchefer Harry A, painter Penn Co, res 260 E Jefferson. 

Kirchner Albert, fireman Penn Co, res 38 Walnut. 

Kirchner Carl, farmer, res 44 Oak. 

Kirchner Ernst, laborer, res n s Eliza 1 w of McCulloch. 

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Kirchner Gottlieb, laborer Penn Co freight depot, res 16 Nird- 

linger ave. 
Kirchner Mary, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 16 Nirdlin- 

ger ave. 
Kirkham Ida B, weaver French, Hanna & Co, bds Wm Kirk- 
ham. _ 
Kirkham Jennie, weaver French, Hanna & Co, res w s Spy 

Run ave n of Burgess ave. 
Kirkham Mary (wid John), bds 177 E Jefferson. 
Kirkham Wm, weaver French, Hanna & Co, res w s Spy Run 

ave n of Elizabeth. 
Kirkham Wm jr, apprentice Robert Ogden, bds Wm Kirkham. 
Kirkhoff Caroline (wid Frederick), res 157 Broadway. 
Kirkhoff Catherine, bds s e cor DeWald and Hanna. 
Kirkhoff Miss Eliza, dressmaker, bds 157 Broadway. 
Kirkhoff Fredericka, domestic 76 Lafayette. 
Kirkhoff Wm F, switchtender Penn Co, bds 157 Broadway. 
Kirkland Emily (wid John), res s s Greene 2 e of Thomas. 
Kirn, see Ctcrran, Karn and Kern. 
Kiser, see also Kaiser, Kayser, Keiser and Keyser. 
Kiser Angeline (wid Daniel), res 105 Ewing. 
Kiser Anthony W, bds 70 W Wayne. 
Kiser Byron, clerk, bds 70 W Wayne. 
Kiser Charles S, carpenter, bds 70 W Wayne 
Kiser Christian H, painter Penn Co, res 23 Walnut. 
Kiser Mrs Rebecca, res 70 W Wayne. 
Kitselman John, stonemason, res cor Smith and Wallace. 
Kitselman Wm B, brakeman G R & I R R, res 71 Smith. 
Klaehn Robert, cabinetmaker, res 25 Wilt. 
Klaffie Charles, teamster Carnalian, Hanna & Co, bds 197 Ewing. 
Klanke, see Klenhe. 

Klebe Henry, laborer, res 99 Franklin ave. 
Klebe Henry jr, harnessmaker A L Johns & Co, bds 146 

Franklin ave. 
Kleber, see Klueber. 

Klee John, painter, res 378 E Washington, 
Klein, see also Kline. 

Klein Charles, watchman French, Hanna & Co, res 89 Hanna. 
Kleinegees Ada, domestic 65 E Jefferson. 
Kleinegees Henrietta (wid Adolph), res 153 Harrison. 
Kleinegees Miss Pauline, milliner A Mergentheim, bds 153 

Harrison, 
Kleinmiller Henry, laborer Penn Co, res 55 Madison, 
Kleinsorge Herman, hostler, res 164 High. 
Klenke Conrad, laborer, res 58 W Lewis, 
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Klenke Henry, carpenter Penn Co, res 191 E Lewis. 

Klenke Mary, domestic 233 W Berry. 

Klepper Charles, carpenter Penn Co, res 44 Oliver. 

Klepper Henry, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 19 Wilt. 

Klere, see Cleare. 

Klett Edward, lumber, bds 120 Union. 

Klett Jacob, lumber cor Pearl and Ewing, res 120 Union. 

Klett John A, clerk Jacob Klett, bds 120 Union. 

Klett Wra, teamster, bds 120 Union. 

Kley, see also Clay. 

Kley Miss Carrie, clerk L Wolf & Co, bds 336 W Main. 

Kley Miss Elizabeth, dressmaker, bds 336 W Main. 

Kley Frederick, cooper 336 W Main, res same. 

Kline, see also Klein, 

Kline C W, Proprietor Crystal Billiard Hall and Saloon 242 
Calhoun, res same. 

Kline Edward L, steamfitter A Hattersley & Sons, bds 1 1 Lavina. 

Kline Frank, lineman W, St L & P Ry, bds 12 Chicago. 

Kline Frank S, molder F W Jenney Electric Light Co, res J52 
E Wayne. 

Kline Frederick, clerk W Jacobs & Son, res 11 Lavina. 

Kline Henry, clerk Jacob Kline, bds 118 E Berry. 

Kline Jacob, grocer 30 E Columbia, res 118 E Berry. 

Kline John J, machinist, bds 130 E Lewis. 

Kline Peter, porter Falk & Laraley, res 97 N Cass. 

Kline Peter, shoemaker W Jacobs & Son, bds 273 W Jefferson. 

Kline Rose, clerk S Chaska, bds 19 W Jefferson. 

Kline Wm, clerk, bds 118 E Berry. 

Kling Peter, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 309 Hanna. 

Klingel Eva B (wid J M), res 76 Laselle. 

Klingel John M, coremaker Kerr-Murray Mnfg Co, bds 76 La- 
selle. 

Klingenberger John, carpenter Penn Co, res 285 Hanna. 

Klinger Isaac, driver, res 16 Sturgis. 

Klinger James E, teamster, res 10^ Harrison. 

Klinger Madison S, bartender F Urbine, bds 35 E Jefferson. 

Klingmann Miss Anna C, bds 373 Lafayette. 

Klingmann George W, clerk C H Waltemath, bds 373 La- 
fayette. 

Klingmann John, cattle dealer, res 373 Lafayette. 

Klingmann Katherine, clerk C H Waltemath, bds 373 Lafayette. 

Klinkel Michael, conductor G R & I R R, res 36 Lillie. 

Klinkenberg Otto G, clerk Meyer Bros & Co, rms 2 Keystone 
Block. 

Kloepper, see Klepper and Klupper. 

Klotz Daniel, farmer, res w s Hanna 5 s of limits. 



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Klotz Hermann, laborer Penn Co, res 564 Lafayette. 
Klueber Paul, brickmaker Wra Miller, bds e s Hanna e of limits. 
Klueber Sebastian B, engineer Penn Co, res 297 Hanna. 
Klug Barbara, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 190 Hanna. 
lOugGregor, Boot and Shoe Maker and Dealer 194 Hanna, 

res 190 same. 
Klug Martin, carpenter, res 293 E Wayne. 
Klug Nicholas, shoemaker, bds 190 Hanna. 
Klupper John G, mason, res 77 Smith. 
Klusmann Frederick, labor Wm Miller, res 27 Smith. 
Knaack Frederick C, laborer, res 39 Elm. 
Knaack Julius C, filer, bds 39 Elm. 
Knapp Francis H, engineer, bds 36 E Berry. 
Knapp Rowena L (wid Isaac), res e s Fairfield ave 1 s of Pon- • 

tiac. 
Knapp Wm, brakeman Penn Co, bds 204 Hanna. 
Knapp Wm B, D D S, Dentist 36 E Berry, res same. 
Knappenberg Wm, painter Chauvey Bros, bds 43^ E Columbia. 
Knase Charles, painter, res 83 Broadway. 
Kneale, see also Need and Neil. 
Kneale Oraii C, Secretary Standard Life Association, 

Room 1 Ewing Block. 
Kneale Otis W, sec Standard Life Association, western dept, 

bds Fleming House. 
Knecht Catherine, domestic 239 W Berry. 
Kuecht Frank J, Florist n w cor Erie and Harmer, res 27 

Erie. {Seeadv, p 91.) 
Knecht Henry, yardman Aveline HoUse. 
Knecht John, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 22 W Jefferson. 
Knecht Wm, fireman Penn Co, res 346 Broadway. 
Knight Charles S, superintendent Ft Wayne Gas Light Co, res 

e s Spy Run ave 2 s of Riverside ave. 
Knight Florence, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds Wm Knight. 
Knight Miss Matilda E, teacher Hanna School, bds Wm 

Knight. 
Knight Miss Sarah J, dressmaker, res 197 W Washington. 
Knight Thomas, carpenter F W, C & L R R, bds n w cor N" 

Harrison and 4th. 
Knight Wm, carpenter Penn Co, res n s Eckart 3 e of Hanna. 
Knoche Augustus, painter Olds' Wagon Works, bds s e cor 

Thomas and Creighton ave. 
Knoche Henry, laborer, bds n w cor Thomas and Creighton ave. 
Knoche Peter K, laborer BassF & M Works, res ws Thomas 1 

n of Creighton ave. 
Knoche Thomas H, laborer, bds w s Thomas nr Creighton ave. 
Knock Charles, apprentice N G Olds &Sons, bds 39 Elm. 



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Knode Ernest, fireman Penn Co, res 42 Laselle. 

Kliode Robert S, Physician, Diseases of the Throat and 

Nose a Specialty s w cor Calhoun and Berry, res 17 Hol- 

raan. 
Knoder George W, painter, res n s Hugh 1 e of Francis. 
Knoebel Gottlieb, shoemaker, bds Racine House. 
Knoll, see also Noll. 

Knoll Charles, painter Wm Yergens jr, bds 87 Broadway. 
Knoll Wm H, machinist W, St L & P Ry, res 15 Miner. 
Knothe Charles F, machinist F W Jenney Electric Light Co, 

res 104 Hanna. 
Knothe Julius (Beaver, Miller & Co), res 23 Madison. 
Knothe Julius A, clerk, bds 23 Madison. 
Knox Thomas E, teamster L B Johns, res s s Elizabeth 4 w of 

Spy Run ave. 
Knuth Henry, laborer, res 67 Hoffman. 
Koby Joseph M, painter, res 86 Summit. 
Koch, see also Cook. 
Koch Anton, laborer, res 57 W Lewis. 
Koch Benecht, laborer, res 265 Hanna. 
Koch Catherine (wid Adam), res 34| John. 
Koch Charles, cabinetmaker Bickford Furniture Co, res 25 W 

Washington. 
Koch Charles C A, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 135 Wal- 
lace. 
Koch Christian, wagonmaker, res rear 72 Brackenridge. 
Koch Christian, wheat buyer, res 45 W Jefferson. 
Koch Christian F, machinist W, St L & P Ry, res 48 W 

Lewis. 
Koch Elizabeth (wid J Wm), res 119 Lafayette. 
Koch Elizabeth, St Joseph's Hospital. 
Koch Frank, carpenter Penn Co, bds 98 Montgomery. 
Koch Henry, cigarmaker G Reiter, res 9 Duryea. 
Koch Henry, laborer, bds 98 Montgomery. 
Koch John, laborer, res 13 Force. 

Koch John, stripper J C Eckert, bds 72 Brackenridge. 
Koch John, trav agent F Eckert, res 81 E Wayne. 
Koch John B, grocer 122 E Washington, res 124 same. 
Koch Julius, machinist Penn Co, res 47 Oliver. 
Koch Margaret (wid John M), millinery 76 Barr, res same. 
Koch Moses, Clothing and Gents' Furnishing Goods 5 E 

Main and 33 Calhoun, res Cleveland, O. 
Koch Sophia (wid Anton), res 58 W Lewis. 
Koch T Wm, printer, bds 152 E Berry. 
Koch Wm, boilermaker Ft Wayne Iron Works, res 58 W 

Lewis. 

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Kochell Richard, engineer French, Hanna & Co, rese sSpy Run 
ave. 

Kocher John, carpenter, res 105 Mechanic's. 

Kocks, see also Cox. 

Kocks Frank C, car inspector Penn Co, res 28 W 3d. 

Kocks Frank J, machine hand Peters B & L Co, res 2Y High. 

Kocks Henry B, shoemaker J Baumann, res 45 Force. 

Kocks John B, sawyer Hoffman Bros, bds 27 High. 

Kocks Miss Mary, tailoress J Wasserbach, bds 27 High. 

Koeble Eva (wid J George), res 222 Madison. 

Koedderman Wpi, laborer, res 101 Calhoun. 

Koegel George C, collector The Sentinel, bds 54 Lavina. 

Koegel John C, watchmaker Trenkley & Scherzinger, bds 54 
Lavina. 

Koegel Mary (wid Christian), res 54 Lavina. 

Koehl Adam, coremaker Bass F <fe M Works, res 111 Creighton 
ave. 

Koehl Adam jr, coremaker Bass F & M Works, bds 111 Creigh- 
ton ave. 

Koehl Jacob, stonecutter Roth & Keller, res 30 Buchanan. 

Koehl Michael, stonecutter Wm Moellering, res 30 Buchanan. 

Koehl WendlinK,molder Bass F & M Works, bds 111 Creigh- 
ton ave. 

Koehler, see also Kohler. 

Koeliler Catherine (wid Michael), Brick Manufacturer 
w s Lafayette 3 s of Wiebke, res same. 

Koehler John A, brick mnfr e s Lafayette s of limits, res same. 

Koehler Lemuel, laborer Alex McKernan, res 302 E Lewis. 

Koehler Louis, laborer C Koehler, res e s Piqua ave s of 
Pontiac. 

Koehler Michael, brickmaker C Koehler, res w s Piqua ave 4 s 
of Calhoun. 

Koehler Paul, brickmaker, res e s Piqua ave 1 s of Rudisill's ave. 

Koehler Wm, laborer Alex McKernan, bdsErick Richter. 

Koehlinger Peter, boarding house 225 Calhoun. 

Koehn Wm, shoemaker, res 217 E Jefferson. 

Koenemann John F, laborer, res 16 McClellan. 

Koenemann Wm, carpenter, bds 16 McClellan. 

Koenig Alfred, tailor F Koenig, bds 58 W Main. 

Koenig Charles F C, clerk C F Koenig, bds 335 E Washing- 
ton. 

Koenig^ Christian F, Grocer 89 Harmer cor E Washing- 
ton, bds 335 E Washington. 

Koenig Rev Edward, pastor St Paul's German Catholic Church, 
res 95 Griffith. 

Koenig Frederick, tailor 58 W Main, res same. 

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Koenig Frederick A, clerk Rothschild & Bro, res 334 E Wash- 
ington. 

Koenig Henry, carpenter W, St L & P Ry, res 48 Oak. 

Koenig John N, cabinetmaker Peters B & L Co, res 88 Mont- 
goraei'y. 

Koenig Miss Theresa, bds 95 Griffith. 

Koenig Wm, res 335 E Washington. 

Koenig Wm jr, boilermaker Bass P & M Works, bds 335 E 
Washington. 

Koenlein Emma, domestic 33 Brackenridge. 

Koepf Amelia, domestic 303 W Washington. 

Koerber James H, laborer White's Wheel Works, bds George 
Wells. 

Koester Frank, laborer Kerr-Murray Mnfg Co, bds 160 Calhoun. 

Koester George, veterinary surgeon, bds Custer House. 

Koester John, res 160 Calhoun, 

Koester Lizzie, domestic Montgomery Hamilton. 

Koester Martin A, draughtsman Penn Co, res e s Monroe 2 s 
of Wallace. 

Koester Mary, domestic 109 W Berry. 

Kofmel Jacob, laborer Bass F & M Works, res s s Maud 2 e of 
Thomas. 

Kohlbach John, butcher F Eckart, res n s Richardson 1 e of 
Runnion ave. 

Kohlbacher, see also Kalhacher. 

Kolhbacher Adam, laborer Penn Co, res 65 Force. 

Kohler, see also Koehler. 

Kohler Andrew J, fireman Penn Co, res 461 Calhoun. 

Kohler Daniel, engineer Penn Co, res 461 Calhoun. 

Kohler Henry, bds 51 Archer ave. 

Kohler Uriah H, fireman P, F W & C Ry, bds 461 S Calhoun. 

Kohlman, see also Coleman, and Goolman. 

Kohlman Charles, laborer, res 87 Montgomery. 

Kohlman Dora (wid Henry), bds 27 Smith. 

Kohlman Elizabeth (wid Conrad), res 11 Marion. 

Kohlman Henry B, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 87 Mont- 
gomery. 

Kohlman Jacob, laborer, res 147 E JeflFerson. 

Kohlman John, laborer Peters B & L Co, bds 11 Marion. 

Kohlmeier Anthony (Henry Volland & Co), res Ridge road. 

Kohlmeyer Henry, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 21 Jones. 

Kohn, see also Korn. 

Kohn Charles, meatraarket 42 Maumee road, res same. 

Kohn Wm H, shoemaker L Fortriede, res 217 E Jefferson. 

Kohrmann Andrew, tailor, res 312 E Wayne. 

Kohrmaan Henry, clerk, bds 312 E Wayne. 

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Kohrraann John J, clerk Fruit House, bds 167 W Superior. 
Kohrmann Mary A (wid John B), res 167 W Superior. 
Kohte Ernest H D, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 234 

Hugh. 
Kphte Henry, carpenter Penn Co, res 234 Hugh. 
Kolb Adam J, carpenter F W, C & L R R, res 83 Montgomery. 
Kolb Caroline (wid George A), res 202 W Wayne. 
Kolb Miss Carrie, clerk Geo DeWald & Co, bds 202 W Wayne. 
Kolback, see Kohlhach. 
Kolinski Mary, St Joseph's Hospital. 
Kolkmann Frederick, brickmaker Wm Miller, res e s Hanna 7 

s of limits. 
Kollock Frederick N, soliciting agent Star Union Line, res 176 

W Washington. 
Kolthoff Frederick, wiper W, St L & P Ry, res 23 Wall. 
Koltwasser Charles, butcher, res 42 W Jefferson. 
Komp Daniel, carpenter, res s s Pontiac 2 e of Hoagland ave. 
Kondusky Gustav, laborer, bds 56 Thomas. 
Koons Andrew, engineer Penn Co, res 212 Francis. 
Koons Forster, laborer George Esmond, res w s Broadway 2 n 

of Bridge. 
Koop Charles, laborer, res 63 E Superior. 

Koop Frederick, molder Bass F & M Works, res 53 Buchanan. 
Koop Henry F, laborer, res 91 Smith. 

Koopman Henry F, boilermaker W, StL& P Ry, res 23 Jones. 
Koopraan Lottie (wid Frederick), bds 19 West. 
Koorsen George, turner N G Olds & Sons, bds 82 Smith. 
Koorsen John, laborer N G Olds & Sons, res 80 Smith. 
Koorsen John jr, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 80 Smith. 
Kopp, see also Copp. 
Kopp Henry, machinist Bass F & M Works, res s w cor Creigh- 

ton ave and Lillie. 
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 w cor E 

Creighton ave and Lillie. 
Koppenhoffer Frederick, butcher, res 12 Sturgis. 
Kopple Herman, bartender M M Kelley, bds E Washington bet 

Clay and Lafayette. 
Korff Miss Annie, dressmaker, bds 79 W Jefferson. 
Korn, see also Kohn. 
Korn August, saloon 194 Broadway, res n e cor Nirdlinger ave 

and College. 
Korn Frederick, butcher Charles Kohn, bds 42 Maumee road. 
Korn John, meatmarket 134 Fairfield ave, res 101 Williams. 
Korn John W, helper W, St L & P Ry, res 224 W Main. 



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Koi'te Ernest, laborer Penn Co, res s e cor Chestnut and city 

limits. 
Korte Frederick, carpenter, res 65 Maumee road. 
Kortrey Kunigunde (wid John), res 104 E Wayne. 
Koselitz Gustav H, laborer N G Olds & Sons, res 81 Force. 
Kough Frank, fireman G R & I R R, bds Darrow Hotel. 
Kough Sarah (wid Wra), bds J li Sloan. 
Kover Edward W, fresco painter, bds 74 Montgomery. 
Kover Obadiah J, fresco painter, res 74 Montgomery. 
Kowiansky Max, agent, res 160 E Berry. 
Kowiansky Simon, agent Wm Hewitt, bds 160 E Berry. 
Krack Anselm, sidewalk layer, res 325 E Lewis. 
Krack Benedict, yardman K Baker, res 325 E Lewis. 
Krack George, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 364 E Wayne. 
Krack John, carpenter, res 416 E Wayne. 

Kraft Conrad, laborer W, St L & PRy, res 271 W Washington. 
Kraft Frederick, carpenter, res 317 Lafayette. 
Kraft Frederick, helper Penn Co, res 333 E Lewis. 
Kraft Frederick H, helper Bass F & M Works, bds 333 E 

Lewis. 
Kraft Minnie, domestic 47 W Washington. 
Krah Christian F, bricklayer, res 159 Griffith. 
Krah Christian H, printer Indiana Staats Zeitung, bds 169 

Griffith. 
Krah Henry F, brickmason, res 82 Wilt. 
Krah Henry W, printer Indiana Staats Zeitung, bds 115 

Madison. 
Krah John, bricklayer, bds 159 Griffith. 
Krahn Frank, engineer Danner, res 3d Bloomingdale. 
Kramer, see also Cramer. 

Kramer Alfred A, painter Penn Co, bds 126 John. 
Kramer Bernard, Merchant Tailor 18 W Berry, res 49 

Madison. '-^See adv,p 87.) 
Kramer Christian (Gerke & Co), res 128 Madison. 
Kramer Conrad, laborer Penn Co, res 49 Division. 
Kramer Edward, helper Bass F & M Works, bds 28 John. 
Kramer Ernst, helper Bass F & M Works, bds 92 Hanna. 
Kramer Frederick, painter Penn Co, res 126 John. 
Kramer Frederick C, painter Penn Co, bds 126 John. 
Kramer George, slateworker, bds Peter Kramer. 
Kramer Gottlieb, laborer Peters B & L Co, res 104 St Mary's 

ave. 
Kramer Henry C, clerk G W Seavey, bds 49 Madison. 
Kramer Miss Jennie D, milliner Mrs A C Keel, bds 28 Wilt. 
Kramer John, brewer C L Centlivre, res nr brewery. 
Kramer John G, clerk Fruit House, bds 49 Madison. 

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Kramer Joseph, clerk, bds 49 Madison. 

Kramer Louis, cashboy Fruit House, bds 49 Madison. 

Kramer Mary, domestic 99 E Jefferson. 

Kramer Martin, foreman Penn Co, res 28 John. 

Kramer Matthias, laborer N G Olds & Sons, res 465 Lafayette. 

Kramer Peter, res w s Spy Run ave 1 s of Ruth. 

Kramer Wm, laborer, res 104 Maumee road. 

Kramer Wm, laborer Penn Co, res 21 Summit. 

Kramer Wm A, laborer Penn Co, res 92 Hanna. 

Kramer Wm F, policeman, res 350 E Wayne. 

Krane, see Crcme. 

Kranz, see also Crance. 

Kranz Frederick, brass finisher Ft Wayne Safety Valve Works, 

bds 320 Calhoun. 
Kranz George, laborer Ft Wayne Organ Co, res e s S Broadway 

s of limits. 
Kranz Peter, painter Wm Yergens jr, bds 185 Calhoun. 
Krapf Daniel, clerk Morgan & Beach, res 151 Barr. 
Kratzman Simon, shoemaker George Klug, res 267 Hanna. 
Kratzsch Charles R, clerk A J & H Friend, res 93 Baker. 
Kratzsch Eleanor (wid Hermann), millinery 86 Calhoun, res 15 

W Wayne. 
Kratzsch Emil, clerk H Kratzsch, bds 15 W Wayne. 
Kratzsch Emma, domestic 207 W Berry. 
Kratzsch Frederick C, clerk Root & Co, bds 168 W Main. 
Kratzsch Herman, clerk Mrs H Kratzsch, i*es 156 Montgomery. 
Kratzer Julius, porter, rms 55 E Wayne. 
Krauhs Charles, shoemaker, res 123 Union. 
Krauhs Frederick, stave jointer, bds 123 LTnion. 
Krauhs Henry, shoemaker Gustav Spiegel, bds 123 Union, 
Krauhs John, barber J H Kabisch, bds 132 Van Buren. 
Krauhs Wm, stave jointer, bds 123 L^nion. 
Kraus, see also Cruse and Ki'use. 
Kraus Charles, helper, res 79 Oakley. 
Kraus Ferdinand, teamster, res w s Hanover 1 n of N Y, C & 

St L Ry. 
Kraus George, res 192 Montgomery. 
Krause Henry, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 11 John. 
Krauser, see also Kruser. 

Krauser Louis, laborer Kanning's Iron AVorks, bds 31 John. 
Krauskopf Henry, laborer Penn Co freight depot, res 42 Oak, 
Krauskopf Philip, gardener, res n s Xew Haven road 2 e of 

Edsall ave. 
Krauter Gottlieb, laboring Wm Moellering, bds 12 Harrison. 
Krauth Caroline, St Joseph's Hospital. 
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Krebs Edward jr, wagonmaker Olds' Wagon Works, bds 32 

Butler. 
Kreckman Dorothea (wid Jacob), res 385 E Washington. 
Kreckraann Jacob, clerk Theodore Niemann, bds 385 E Wash- 
ington. 
Kress Amos, turner N G Olds & Sons, bds 133 W DeWald. 
Kress George, cabinetmaker Ft Wayne Organ Co, res e s S 

Broadway. 
Kress Isaac, laborer Penn Co, res 133 W DeWald. 
Kress John, carpenter Olds' Wagon Works, res 70 Murray. 
Kress Michael, laborer, res 29 Pine. 
Kress Philip, laborer, bds 29 Pine. 
Kress Theodore, slater Welch & Baker, res s s Fifth 1 w of 

Wells. 
Kress Wm, conductor N Y, C & St L Ry, res 64 W Main. 
Kretsinger Constantine, clerk, bds 171 Jackson. 
Kretsinger Henry R, traveling agent, res 171 Jackson. 
Kretzschmar Herman, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds Union 

House. 
Krider A Jay, iron worker C F Muhler, bds 31 E Columbia. 
Kridler Christian, blacksmith L B Johns, bds 42 Wells. 
Kridler Emanuel, res n s Cochrane 3 e of Coombs. 
Krieg Barney, laborer, res 151 W Berry. 
Kriete Rev Charles F, pastor Salem Reformed Church, res 83 

Clinton. 
Krimmel Charles T, bookkeeper Root & Co, res 55 Douglas ave. 
Krimmel Christian, carpenter Penn Co, res 55 Douglas ave. 
Krimmel Henry, plumber G R Bowen, bds 55 Douglas ave. 
Krimmel Julius, piano tuner and repairer 27 W Main, res 55 

Douglas ave. 
Krimmel Wm, cigarmaker, bds 55 Douglas ave. 
Kroemer Gottlieb, laborer, res 104 St Mary's ave. 
Kroener Wm, car inspector F W, C & L R R, bds 86 Oakley. 
Kroesch Frederick, boilermaker Bass F & M Works, res 136 

John. 
Krohn Elizabeth (wid Henry), res 49 W 4th. 
Krohn Wm C, bds 49 W 4th. 
Krohne Henry, fireman, bds 43|^ E Columbia. 
Krohne Herman (Krohne & Raquet), res 79 Calhoun. 
Krohne & Raquet (Herman Krohne, Christian Raquet), guns 

and ammunition, fishing tackle, etc 79 Calhoun. 
Krone August, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 160 Smith. 
Kronmiller George, teamster N G Olds & Sons, res w s Hanna 

2 s of city limits. 
Kronmiller George N, laborer Penn Co, res 43 Taylor. 
Kronmiller Wm J, laborer Penn Co, bds w s Hanna 1 s of limits. 



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Kronmueller John P, cook George Ortlieb, rms 88 Calhoun. 

Kropp Frank, car repairer L S & M S Ry, res 124 W 3d. 

Kropp Louis, laborer L S & M S Ry, bds 124 W 3d. 

Krout, see also Croat. 

*Krout Mary A, domestic 309 W Jeiferson. 

Kruchten Mary, St Joseph's Hospital. 

Krudop Charles, carpenter, bds 29 W Jefferson. 

Krudop John, fireman Penn Co, res 48 Charles. 

Krudop John B (Beaver, Miller & Coj, res 29 W Jefferson. 

Krudop Wm E, teamster Beaver, Miller & Co, bds 48 Charles. 

Krueuer August B, teacher St John's School, res 109 Van 

Buren. 
Krueger August C, bookkeeper Siemon & Bro, res 185 Calhoun. 
Krueper August E, traveling agent Morgan & Beach, res 38 

Lavina. 
Krueper Mary, St Joseph's Hospital. 
KruU, see also Crull. 

Krull Lena (M & L KruU), bds 266 E Washington. 
Krull Margaret (M & L Krull), bds 266 E Washington. 
Krilll Misses M & L (Margaret and Lena), Milliners and 

Dressmakers 268 E Washington. 
Krull Rudolph, car inspector P, F W & C Ry, res 266 E 

Washington. 
Krus Frank, engineer H Wolf & Co, bds Custer House. 
Kruse, see also Cruse and Kraus. 
Kruse August, laborer, bds 364 E Lewis. 
Kruse August jr, clerk W Getting, bds 362 S Calhoun. 
Kruse Charles, tailor 10 Harrison, res 35 Elm 
Kruse Christian, boilermaker Penn Co, res n s Maumee road. 
Kruse Elizabeth (wid J Fred), res 20 Wall. 
Kruse Ernest H, car inspector W, St L & P Ry, res 55 W De- 

Wald. 
Kruse Henry, laborer F J Hayden, bds same. 
Kruse Henry F W, dairyman, res 415 E Wayne. 
Kruse Lena, domestic 181 W Wayne. 
Kruse Wm F, foreman, res 67 E Jefferson. 
Kruser, see also Kraicser. 

Kruser Henry C, laborer Penn Co, res 161 Montgomery. 
Kruser Henry W, fireman Penn Co, res 169 Montgomery. 
Kruser Wm, bds 43 W Lewis. 

Krutsch David S, brakeman P, F W & C Ry, res 113 Holman. 
Kucher Herman N, clerk Penn Co, bds 212 W Washington. 
Kurcher Rev John J, pastor St John's Luthei'an Church, res 

212 W Washington. 
Kuckuck, see also Ividuk. 
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Kuckuck Louis, laborer, res 181 Jackson. 

Kuentzel Frank J, res s s Pontiac 1 w of Hanna. 

Kuhfuss Julius, machinist W, St L & P Ry, bds 18 Colerick. 

Kuhl Martin, laborer Bass F & M Works, res s s Wayne Trace 
6 from Walton ave. 

Kuhlbach Wm, laborer Penn Co freight depot, res 241 E Wash- 
ington. 

Kuhn Rosa, St Joseph's Hospital. 

Kuhn Wm, laborer, res 91 Laselle. 

Kuhne Charles W (F W Kuhne & Sons), cashier H J Ash, bds 
124 W Jefferson. 

Kuhne Frederick W (F W Kuhne & Sons, and Kuhne & Co), 
res 124 W Jefferson. 

Kuhne F W & Sons (Frederick W, Paul F, H Richard 
and Charles W), Opticians 19 Court. 

Kuhne H Richard (F W Kuhne & Sons), bds 124 W Jefferson. 

Kuhne Paul F (F W Kuhne & Sons), bds 124 W Jefferson. 

Kuhne & Co (Frederick W Kuhne), Abstracts of Title, In- 
surance and Real Estate 19 Court. 

Kuhns, see also Coons and ICoons. 

Kuhns John M, bookkeeper Ft Wayne Iron Works, bds Ave- 
line House. 

Kukuk, see also Kuckuck. 

Kukuk Joseph, shoemaker C Stellhorn, res 162 Madison.' 

KuU, see also Cool and Cull. 

KuU Christina (wid Gottlieb), bds 105 Hoffman, 

Kull Dora (wid George F), res e s F'ranklin ave 1 n of Lake."] 

KuU John, wiper F W, C & L Ry, res 143 W 3d. 

Kumfer Owen, laborer, res 39 Smith. 

Kummer Albert, machinist Penn Co, res 114 E Creighton ave. 

Kunerd Anna (wid Bernard), res w s Lafayette 2 s of Pontiac. 

Kunkle Erastus B, Proprietor Fort Wayne Safety Valve 
Works 87 Barr, res 138 E Wayne. 

Kunkle Harriet (wid Leonard), bds 138 E Wayne. 

Kuntz, see also Klntz. 

Kuutz Adam, meatmarket 300 W Main, res 362 same. 

Kuntz August J, candymaker Louis Fox, bds 156 E Jefferson. 

Kuntz Elizabeth (Kuntz & Greiner), res cor Calhoun and 
Allen. 

Kuntz Frank B, harnessmaker 10 Pearl, res 99 W Superior. 

Kuntz George H, harness 11 Harrison, res same. 

Kuntz Mary (wid Jacob), res 200 W Jefferson. 

Kuntz Phillip, bottler C L Centlivre, res nr brewery. 

Kuntz Samuel, bartender Kuntz & Greiner, bds w s S Calhoun 
1 n of Pontiac. 

Kuntz Wm A, butcher Adam Kuntz, bds 362 W Main. 

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Kuntz & Greiner (Elizabeth Kuntz, Christopher Greiner), 
saloon s w cor S Calhoun and Allen. 

Kunz Ernestina (vvid Carl), res 12 Force. 

Kunz George, upholsterer Penn Co, res 156 E Jefferson. 

Kuttner Joseph G, car inspector P, F W & C Ry, res 237 E 
Jefferson. 

Kuttner Peter G, clerk Golden & Monahan, bds 237 E Jef- 
ferson. 

Kuyot Martha, domestic 128 E Wayne. 

Kuyoth Bessie, domestic 134 E Main. 

Kyle, see also -Keel, Keil and Kiel. 

Kyle Abram P, brakeman Penn Co, res 320 Calhoun. 

Kyle Allan C, brakeman Penn Co, bds 320 Calhoun. 

Kyle Dale W, brakeman Penn Co, res 239 Barr. 

Kyle Stuart H (Kyle & Reid), res Bethel, Conn. 

Kyle Wm D, musician, bds 320 Calhoun. 

Kyle & Reid (Stuart H Kyle, Fred C Reid), hats 75 Calhoun. 



Labbe Joseph, fireman Penn Co, res 198 Madison. 

Lacklin Charles (col'd), cook, res 33 W Lewis. 

Ladd Alfred (Fletter & Ladd), res 42 W Main. 

Lade Max G, Manager S P Lade, res 162 Montgomery. 

Lade Sophia P, Guns and Ammunition, and Dealer in 

Sporting Goods 58 E Main, res 162 Montgomery. (>See top 

end and p 87.) 
Ladenberger Peter, laborer Olds' Wagon Works, res 89 La- 

selle. 
Laemmle David, potter, res 36 Hood. 
Laemmle John C, broommaker R Gage, res 140 W Main. 
Laepple Christian, carpenter, res 51 Grand. 
Laepple Sophia, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 51 Grand. 
Laesink Mrs Dora, res 119 Lafayette. 
Lafayette Hall, 54 Barr. 
La Franc Henry, res 294 W Jefferson. 
La France Minnie, domestic 195 W Wayne. 
Lagemann Elizabeth, domestic George DeWald. 
Lagemann Henry, laborer Penn Co, res 47 St Martin's. 
Lagemann Rudolph, laborer, res 45 St Martin's. 
LaGraw, see Le Graw. 

Lahmeyer Daniel, carpenter, res 67 Union. 
Lahmeyer Henry, gardener, res e s Lillie 3 s of Creighton ave. 
Lahmeyer Henry B, clerk, bds 61 W Lewis. 
Lahmeyer John, cabinetmaker Penn Co, res 61 W Lewis. 

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Lahr Louisa, domestic 115 W Washington. 

Laibe Frank, laborer, res s w cor Walton ave and Hayden. 

Laible Christian, grinder Penn Co, res 96 W DeWald. 

Laible George, machine hand N G Olds & Sons, bds 96 W De- 
Wald. 

Laier Adam, laborer, res 20 Hough. 

Laier Matthias, laborer Penn Co, res 109 Creighton ave. 

Laiker Frederick, helper Penn Co, res 180 Madison. 

Laird George W, saloon 52 W Main, res same. 

*Lake Shore & Michigan Southern R R Office, Freight and 
Passenger Depots, cor 1st and Railroad. 

Lallow Louis, carpenter, res 338 Harrison. 

Lamar John, engineer Penn Co, res 146 Wallace. 

Lamb David, foreman Nickel Plate yards, res 103 Fairfield ave. 

Lamb George, fireman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds 103 Fairfield ave. 

Lamb George A, switchman N Y, C & St L Ry, res 167 Jackson. 

Lainb M J, Furnished Rooms by the Day or Week 7 W 
Columbia, res same. {See bottom end.) 

Lamb Wm T, traveling agent C Nathan & Co, res 7 W Co- 
lumbia. 

Lambert Morris W, regulator Ft Wayne Organ Co, res 70 
Jackson. 

Lambert Walter L, regulator Ft Wayne Organ Co, res 103 
Williams. 

Lamley Moses (Falk & Laraley), res 128 W Wayne. 

LaMonde Margaret (wid Adolphus), res s s W Main 1 w of G 
R & I R R. 

Lamont Francis T, patternmaker, res 48 McClellan. 

Lampert Albert, clerk Penn Co freight depot, bds 157 E Berry. 

Larapert Edward J, bookkeeper, bds 157 E Berry. 

Lampert George, clerk F W, C '& L R R, bds 157 E Berry. 

Lampert Henry, res 157 E Berry. 

Larapert Henry, traveling agent, res 299 E Washington. 

Lampke, see also Lempke. 

Lampke Conrad J, porter Coombs & Co, res 19 W Washington. 

Lamport A Wesley, pastor Wayne St M E Church, res 195 W 
Wayne. 

Lampton Nancy A (wid Reuben), bds 278 W Jefferson. 

Lancaster Charles, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 33 E De- 
Wald. 

Lancaster Charles J, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 15 W 
Williams. 

Lancaster George W, car builder, bds 26 Leith. 

Lancaster John, machinist N G Olds & Sons, res 147 Force. 

Lancaster Nelson W, foreman N Y, C & St L Ry, res 69 
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Landenberger Frederick G, clerk JAM Storm, bds 242 W 

Wayne. 
Landenberger John W, clerk JAM Storm, bds 242 W Wayne. 
Lane Chester TAB, principal Central Graramer School, res 

336 W Washington. 
Lane Charles R, acting manager Central Union Telephone Co, 

rooms 54 W Main. 
Lane George, barber T Rotholl, bds 12 Chicago. 
Lane John, horsedealer, res e s Franklm ave 2 n of Lake. 
Lane John W, clerk D H Baldwin & Co, res 157 Van Bui'en. 
Lang Amelias J (George DeWald & Co), res 34 Garden. 
Lang Annie (wid George), res 30 Wells. 
Lang Carrie, domestic 152 E Berry. 

Lang Christian, engineer Roth & Keller, res Bloomingdale. 
Lang Christopher, laborer, res w s Hensch 2 s of Putnam. 
Lang John, baker C Haffner, bds 3*7 W Bei-ry. 
Lang John, clerk Kaag & Bro, res 4 Marion. 
Lang Rev John F, Secretary the Catholic Diocese of Fort 

Wayne, res 172 Clinton. 
Lang Leonard, engineer W, St L&PRy, res 75 Butler. 
Langan Edward, brickmaker, bds 126 Franklin ave. 
Langan Johanna (wid Michael), res 126 Franklin ave. 
Langan Wm, brickmaker, bds 126 Franklin ave. 
Langard John, clerk Joseph Langard, bds same. 
Langard Joseph, grocer 70 E Columbia, res same. 
Lange Theodore, tailor F Hardung, res 430 E Washington. 
Lange Wm, clerk Root & Co, res 30 Pritchard. 
Langenbacher Matthias, res 21 Wall. 
Langheinrich Frederica (wid Ernest), res 13 St Martin's, 
Langheinrich Miss Minnie, clerk Root & Co, bds 13 St Martin's. 
Langhorst August W, cigarraaker G Reiter, res 372 E Wayne. 
Langhorst Miss Cordelia, dressmaker, bds 372 E Wayne. 
Langley Alfred, bookkeeper B W Skelton, res 312 W Jefferson. 
Langley Hannah (wid John), res 46 Hoagland ave. 
Langohr Amelia (wid John), res 129 Wells. 
Langolir Andrew J, Baker and Confectioner 142 and 144 

Broadway, res 12 Wilt. 
Langohr Augusta, finisher Troy Steam Laundry, bds n s 4th 

5 w of Wells. 
Langohr Bessie, clerk A J Langohr, bds 12 Wilt. 
Langohr Charles J, cabinetmaker Peters B & L Co, bds 136 Barr. 
Luigohr Frank A, driver A J Langohr, bds 142 Broadway. 
Langohr John, teamster C L Centlivre, res nr brewery. 
Langtry Walter, vet surgeon 7 N Harrison, rms 43 W Superior. 
Lanigan .James, engineer Penn Co, res 76 Williams. 
Lanigan Patrick, gale tender W, St L & P Ry, res 67 Melita. 

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Lankenau Augustus, Deputy Township Trustee and 
Clerk Stamping Dept P O, res 81 Brackenridge. 

Lankenau Catherine (wid Frank), res 80 W Jefferson. 

Lankenau Christian, clerk F B Vogel, bds 80 W Jefferson. 

Lankenau Wm J, wrapper Root & Co, bds 80 W Jefferson. 

Lannan Anna (wid Wm), res 103 W Washington. 

Lannan August, fireman G R & I R R, bds Darrow Hotel. 

Lannan Augustus, blacksmith, bds 103 W Washington. 

Lannan Edward, bartender J Draker, bds 103 W Washington. 

Lannan George, fireman Penn Co, res 101 W Washington. 

Lannan James, brakeman G R & I R R, bds 33 E DeWald. 

Lansdown Job J, carpenter F W, C & L R R, res w s Rumsey 
1 s of Richardson. 

Lanternier August, gardener, res n e cor Walton ave and 
Wayne Trace. 

Lanternier Joseph, gardener, res n e cor Walton ave and Wayne 
Trace. 

Lapoint Eugene, brakeman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds 323 W 
Main. 

Lapp Henry, policeman, res 102 Butler. 

Lapp Henry G, carpenter Pressler & Wagner, bds 116 Fulton. 

Lapple, see Lepple. 

Lapshire H Benson, carriagemaker L B Johns, res 30 Williams. 

Larimore James T, fireman Penn Co, res 284 Webster. 

Larimore Levi B, fireman N Y, C & St L Ry, res 35 Elm. 

Larrabee Thomas, fireman Penn Co, res 74 E Lewis. 

Larwill John S, agricultural implements, res 93 E Berry. 

Lasch Albertina, laundress Fleming House. 

Lasher Edgar H, cigarmaker Boltz & Oppenhamer, bds Com- 
mercial House. 

Lassell Wheeler A, agent iron fences 33 W Main, res 106 Barr. 

Lassus John B, saloon 91 Harmer, res same. 

Latch Henry, fireman N G Olds & Sons, bds 50 Lee. 

Latham Henry, engineer N Y, C & St L Ry, bds 152 W Wayne. 

Latham Mrs Maria, res over 60 E Columbia. 

Lathrop Elias, with Fleming Mnfg Co, bds 143 Wells. 

Lau, see also Lavj. 

Lau Julian A, coffee roaster CDC Huestis, bds 122 Calhoun. 

Lau Thomas, res 122 Calhoun. 

Lau Thomas jv, bookkeeper Louis Fox, bds 122 Calhoun. 

*Ijaubacll Arthur J, Physician and Surgeon n w cor 
Washington and Barr, res 99 E Jefferson; OflSce hours 7.30 
to 8.30 a m, 1 to 2 p m and 7 to 8.30 p m. 

Laubscher Edith (wid Arthur), rms 155 Griffith. 

Laubscher Ida (wid Louis), bds 155 Griffith. 

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Lauer Anua (wid Benedict), res 13 E Wayne. 

Lauer Annie, domestic 337 E Lewis. 

Lauer Annie, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 289 E Wash- 
ington. 

Lauer August, laborer, bds John G Lauer. 

Lauer Barbara, (wid Paul), res 70 E Jefferson. 

Lauer Catherine {wid Martin), res 297 E Wayne. 

Lauer Catherine, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 289 W 
Washington. 

Lauer Conrad, laborer, res 116 Maumee road. 

Lauer Ferdinand, butcher C Wilkens & Bros, res 126 Chicago. 

Lauer Frederick, molder Bass F & M Works, res 289 E Wash- 
ington. 

Lauer Gregory, carpenter, res 84 Maumee road. 

Lauer Henry, carpenter Penn Co, res 129 Lafayette. 

Lauer Henry, cashboy, bds 70 E Jefferson. 

Lauer Henry, laborer, res 122 Maumee road. 

Lauer Henry, mason, res 33 Smith. 

Lauer John, saloon 150 Barr, bds 70 E Jefferson. 

Lauer .John G, res e s Glasgow ave n of E Wayne. 

Lauer John H, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 33 Smith, 

Lauer Joseph, carpenter, bds 289 E Washington. 

Lauer Justine, carpenter 151 Hanna, res same. 

Lauer Martin, blacksmith 46 W Main, res 179 W Washington. 

Lauer Martin H, finisher White's Wheel Works, bds 297 E 
Wayne. 

Lauer Miss Mary, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 289 E 
Washington. 

Lauer Matthew W, carpenter Bickford Furniture Co, res n w 
cor Erie and Hanover. 

Lauer Michael, carpenter, bds 200 Gay. 

Lauer Michael L, carpenter, res 297 E Wayne. 

Lauer Nicholas, stonemason Wm Moellering, res 69 Force. 

Lauer Peter, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 289 E Washington. 

Lauer Peter jr, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 116 Maumee 
road. 

Lauer Sarah (wid John A), res 34 Oliver. 

Lauer Wm B, helper Bass F & M Works, res 166 Smith. 

Lauer Wm W, carpenter, res n w cor Erie and Hanover. 

Lauferty Alexander S (A S Lauferty & Co), res 16 W Wash- 
ington. 

Lauferty A S & Co (Alexander S Lauferty), Clothing 9 
E Main. 

Lauferty Isaac, Banker and Broker 3 Aveliiie House Block, 
res 75 W Berry. 

Laughlin, see also Loughlin. 



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BEER BREWED. 



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Laughlin Joseph, mason Wm Moellerinsy, bds 16 Chicago. 

Laughlin Miss Mary, milliner Mrs A C Keel, bds 137 Broadway. 

Laumann, see also Lohinan. 

Laumann Herman J, carpenter, res 127 W 3d. 

Laumann Rudolph H, carpenter, bds 127 W 3d. 

Laurense, see Lorenz and Lawrence. 

Laurent August, bartender L Banet, bds same. 

Laurent Louisa, laundress F L Jones & Co, bds Spy Run ave. 

Laurent Seraphine (wid John), res 31 Barr. 

Lauterburg Charles, machinist F W, C & L R R, res 57 3d. 

Lavanway Silas, driver hose cart Fire Dept, bds 60 Clinton. 

Law, see also Lau. 

Law Charles D, supt W Div P, F W & C Ry, bds McKinney 

House. 
Lawrence, see also Laurense and Lorenz. 
Lawrence Bert R, dentist H C Sites, bds 95 Fulton. 
Lawrence Mrs Cynthia J, res 292 W Jefferson. 
Lawrence Mary E (wid Hiram), res n s Spring 2 e of Franklin 

ave. 
Lawrence Stella H, teacher Methodist College, bds 292 W 

Jefferson. 
Lawson Cassius M, book agent, bds 16 Brackenridge. 
Lawson "Wm, clerk G E Bursley & Co, bds 16 W Main. 
Lawyer, see also Lauer. 
Lawyer Mark, laborer, res 150 Smith. 
Lawyer Stephen, laborer N G Olds & Sons, res 52 Laselle. 
Laycock Henry D, brakeman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds Tremont 

House, 
Layland Cyrus B, watchman Standard Oil Co, res 184 Hayden. 
Layman Edward, engineer Nickel Plate Ry, bds 15 Burgess. 
Layman George, conductor N Y, C & St L Ry, res n e cor Run- 

nion ave and Howell. 
Lazzarini Amedeo, saloon 37 Barr, res same. 
Lea, see alsa Lee. 

Lea Emma, waitress Fleming House. 
Lea Jennie (wid Amos), cook Fleming House. 
Leach Edward, carpenter Penn Co, res 64 Eckart. 
Leach Edward A, molder, res s s Eckart 5 e of Hanna. 
Leach Eliza A (wid John S), res 70 Dawson. 
Leach Francis, laborer, bds 84 W DeWald. 
Leach James, bds 83 Laselle. 

Leach John T, boilermaker Penn Co, res 83 Laselle. 
Leach Lyman O, carpenter, res 151 Broadway. 
Leach Rebecca J (wid John), res 84 W DeWald. 
Leahey Michael, laborer, res 28 Chicago. 
Lear, see Lehr. 



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FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 263 

Learmonth Robert jr, stenographer Penn Co, rms 22 Bracken- 
ridge. 

Leary, see O'Leary. 

Lease John B, fireman Penn Co, res 155 Wallace. 

Leasure, see Leisure. 

Lebert Frederick, laborer, res 216 John. 

Lee, see also Lea. 

Lee George D, policeman, res 21 High. 

Lee Hop, laundry 131 Calhoun, res same. 

Lee Israel, foreman Penn Co, res 26 Madison. 

Lee Jeffery J, carpenter Penn Co, res 22 Madison. 

Lee Jennie (wid Wm), res 264 E Wayne. 

Lee John, carpenter Penn Co, bds 165 Harmer. 

Lee Maurice J, machinist Penn Co, res 165 Harmer. 

Lee Elizabeth (wid Joseph \ bds 75 Force. 

Leek George W, machinist Bass F & M Works, res 175 Force. 

Leeser Charles G, shoemaker 191 Broadway, res 14 Wall. 

Leeser Miss Emma, bds 196 Barr. 

Leeuw Edward, shoemaker LT App, res 368 E Washington. 

Leese, see Lease 

Leffers John, tinner, res 23 Oak. 

Leffles Maggie, domestic 104 W Washington. 

Legg George A, brakemau F W, C & L Ry, bds 184 Hayden. 

LeGraw August, teamster L Braraes & Co, res e s Spy Run ave 
1 n of bridge. 

LeGraw Emil, clerk A J Dittoe & Co, bds Spy Run ave. 

LeGraw John, teamster, bds August LeGraw. 

LeGraw Mrs Julia, housekeeper 172 Clinton. 

LeGraw Margaret (wid John L), bds August LeGraw. 

Lehman Ada (wid Samuel), res 209 Harrison. 

Lehman Miss Eugenie H, clerk Geo DeWald & Co, bds 209 
Harrison. 

Lehman John C, spoke inspector Bass F & M Works, res 222 
E Washington. 

Lehman Julius, molder Bass F & M Works, res 201 Calhoun. 

Lehman Magdalene (wid Jacob), res 54 Williams. 

Lehman Sophia, domestic 117 Hanna. 

Lehraann Charles, laborer Bass F & M Works, bds 38 Gay. 

Lehmann Conrad, carpenter n w cor Calhoun and Killea, res 
same. 

Lehmann David, draymann, res 108 Huron. 

Lehmann Emil, painter, res 35 Walnut. 

Lehraann Frederick, carpenter Bass F & M Works, res 102 Gay. 

Lehmann Frederick jr, laborer, res 38 Gay. 

Lehmann Henry, laborer White's Wheel Works, res 520 Lewis. 

Lehmann John, helper Bass F & M Works, res 38 Gay. 

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Lehmann J Frederick, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 84 Sum- 
mit. 

Lehmkuhl Anna, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 324 Hanna. 

Lehmkuhl Caspar, helper Penn Co, res 324 Hanna. 

Leliinkuhl Wm, lab Bass F & M Works, bds 324 Hanna. 

Lehnart, see also Lennart. 

Lelinart Barbara (wid Henry), res 344 Broadway. 

Lehnart Henry C, varnisher Ft Wayne Organ Co, bds 344 
Broadway. 

Lehnemann John, laborer, res w s Metz 4 s of Taylor. 

Lehr Charles, engineer Penn Co, res 152 E Lewis. 

Lelir George, wiper Penn Co, bds 233 Lafayette. 

Lehr Miss Hattie M, milliner, bds 152 E Wayne. 

Lehr John G, deputy city treasurer, res 152 JE Wayne. 

Lehr Justus, policeman, res 14 N Cass. 

Lehr Miss Kittie J, teacher Clay School, bds 152 E Wayne. 

Lehr Susannah (wid John), bds 152 High. 

Lehrman, see also Lxihrmann. 

Lehrman Christian, teamster Hoffman Bros, res 213 W Wash- 
ington. 

Lehrman Christian jr, teamster Hoffman Bros, bds 213 W 
Washington. 

Lehrman Wm, laborer F W Gas Light Co, bds 213 W Wash- 
ington. 

Leib Ferdinand, plasterer, bds 81 Madison. 

Leib Henry, plasterer, res 81 Madison. 

Leichner Charles, saloon 26 W Main, res same. 

Leichner Conrad, blacksmith, res 141 High. 

Ijeichner John, Saloon l Keystone Block, res 35 Douglas 
ave. 

Leichner John jr, bartender Charles Leichner, bds 26 W Main. 

Leidolf Conrad, janitor Central Grammar School, res 191 E 
Washington. 

Leidolf Eliza (wid Frederick), bds 113 Lafayette. 

Lei f els Joseph J, boarding house 231 Barr. 

Leikauf August, butcher J J Leikauf, bds same. 

Leikauf Frank, butcher, bds 94 Barr. 

Leikauf John J, meatmarket 94 Barr, res same. 

Linker Christopher H, cabinetmaker J M Miller, res 19 Ma- 
rion. 

Leinker Ernest, laborer, bds 19 Marion. 

Leiiiker Frederick, driver F C Brase, bds 57 W Jefferson. 

Leinker Henry, upholsterer P E Wolf, bds 19 Marion. 

L'isure Daniel, fireman Penn Co, res 110 Creighton ave. 

Leitz Herman, clerk Meyer Bros & Co, res 42 Pritchard. 

Lemay David, teamster, res 250 E Washington. 

Sell all kinds of Crockery and Glass- 
ware, at No. 5 East Columbia Street. 



Kaag & Bro. 



L^N TTTTT T ^^^^ Paper and Decora- 
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FORT AVATNE DIRECTORY. 265 

Lemay Miss Ida, bds 72 E Main. 

Lerabach Carl, laborer White's Wheel Works, res w s Wabash 
ave 1 s of E Washington. 

Lembach Charles, bottler Berghoff Bros, bds Carl Lembach. 

Lemley John C, broommaker, res 140 W Main. 

Lempke, see also Lamphe. 

Lenipke Conrad, laborer Wm Moellering, res 95 Franklin ave. 

Leng, see Lcmg. 

Lenheim Henry, clerk, bds 144 Pritchard. 

Leiiheira Nicholas S, laborer, res 144 Pritchard. 

Lenk, see also Link. 

Lenk George, butcher Frederick Lenz, bds 172 Hanna. 

Lennart, see also Lehnart. 

Lennart John, carpenter Penn Co, res 364 E Washington. 

Lennart John jr, clerk car dept Penn Co, bds 364 E Washing- 
ton. 

Lennart Miss Mary, dressmaker, bds 364 E Washington. 

Lennart Wm J, stenographer Penn Co, bds 364 E Washington. 

Lenocker John, yardmaster Penn Co, res 130 E Lewis. 

Lenz Ernest, machine hand Penn Co, res 212 Lafayette. 

Lenz Frederick, meatmarket 170 Hanna, res 172 same. 

Lenz Joachim F, laborer Penn Co, res 21 Gay. 

Lenz John, laborer M Baltes, bds Washington House. 

Lenz John H, laborer Penn Co, res 71 Charles. 

Lenz Joseph, laborer Penn Co, res 21 Gay. 

Lenz Wm, laborer, res n s Mary 3 w of Runnion ave. 

Leonard Annie (wid John), res s s Erie 2 e of Coombs. 

Leonard Miss Hattie E, principal Jefferson School, bds 429 E 
Washington. 

Leonard Ivers W, clerk, bds 429 E Washington. 

Leonard Miss Mary J, clerk Stewart & Hahn, bds 71 W 
Superior. 

Leonard Park M, physician 429 E Washington, res same. 

Leonard Wm, gunsmith 71 W Superior, res same. 

Leonard Wm jr, helper Jenney Electric Light Co, bds 71 W 
Superior, 

Lepker Wm, laborer F W Iron Works, res 20 W Superior. 

Le]>per Charles O, clerk H G Wagner, bds 24 E Washington. 

Lepper Christ, res 22 McClellan. 

Lepper Christian, teamster, res 324 E Washington. 

Lepper Frederick, cabinetmaker Penn Co, res 443 E Wayne. 

Lepper Frederick G, clerk H G Wagner, bds 24 E Washington. 

Lepper George, carriagemaker L B Johns, bds 242 E Jefferson. 

Lepper Henry, helper Olds' Wagon Works, bds 95 Summit. 

Lepper Henry W, entry clerk Geo DeWald & Co, bds 242 E 
Jefferson. 

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Lepper Joseph, engineer, rooms 224 Calhoun. 

Lepper Lizzie, domestic 141 Berry. 

Lepper Louis, teamster White's Wheel Works, res 26 DuBois. 

Lepper Louisa (wid Henry), res 2 42 E Jefferson. 

Lepper Louisa, domestic H P Vordermark. 

Lepper Peter Gr, sawyer Penn Co, res 129 Clay. 

Lepper Susan, domestic 338 S Calhoun. 

Lepple Christian, carpenter Jacob Beaber, res n e cor Grand 

and Webster. 
Lepple Gottlieb, car inspector Penn Co, res 17 Duryea. 
Lerch, see also Lirch. 

Lerch Frank, watchman Olds' Wagon Works, res 79 Force. 
Lerch Joseph, shoemaker 127 Fairfield ave, res 114 Williams. 
Lerch Wm H, machinist Bass F & M Works, bds 114 Williams. 
Lerx, see Lerch and Lirch. 
Leslie Wm, mason, res 22 W 4th. 
Letty Frederick, laborer White's Wheel Works, bds cor E 

Superior and Clinton. 
Lou, see also Lev). 

Leu Frank, tinner Staub Bros, bds s s Pontiac 6 e of S Calhoun. 
Leu Frederick, laborer Wm Moellering, res s s Pontiac 6 e of 

S Calhoun. 
Leu John, coachman 87 W Wayne. 
Leuthner Miss Barbara, res 278 E Jefferson. 
Leutweiler Wm, butcher F Eckart, res 9 Sturgis. 
Levack John, helper Kerr-Murray Mnfg Co, res 21 E De- 

Wald. 
Lever Wm, brakeman Penn Co, res 31 Hough. 
Levi Abraham, pedler, res 5 Oak. 
Levi August, pedler, res 12 S Cass. 
L3vi Miss Bell, clerk M Frank & Co, bds 12 S Cass. 
L !vi Carl, clerk P Morganthalen, bds cor Cass and Pearl. 
Levi Max, pedler, res 66 Maumee road. 

Levinson David, compounder J Nathan & Co, res 67 W Main. 
Levnburger John H, foreman Penn Co, res 43 Force. 
Lew, see also Leu. 

Lew Peter, laborer Penn Co, bds s w cor Fisher and Holton ave. 
Lewis Bayless A, dyer 40 W Superior, res same. 
Lewis Charles M, fireman Penn Co, res 105 Gay. 
Lewis Daniel, engineer G R & I R R, res 49 Baker. 
Lewis David, foreman A C Perrin, bds Oliver House. 
Lewis Dorainick, fruit stand, res vv s Francis 1 s of E Wayne. 
Lewis Errisa, dressmaker 144 W Main, res same. 
Lewis 'Frank, printer Newspaper Union, res 212 Broadway. 
Lewis John, fireman G R & I R R, bds 49 Baker. 
Lewis John, laborer, bds 355 W Main. 



Troy Stean Laundry, 



50 PEARL ST., is constantly 
—putting in New Macliinery. — 



Cnr TIM TVDCC go to Hamilton Art Gallery, S.E. 
rUr I IIM" I I rCO cor. Calhoun and Columbia Sts. 

FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 267 

liCWis Jonathan, Manufacturer of the Champion "Wash- 
ing Machine 142 W Main, res same. {See adv, p 69.) 

Lewis Joseph D, molder Bass F & M Works, res w s Glasgow 
ave 2 s of E Washington. 

Lewis Laura A (wid Levi), bds 122 Creighton ave. 

Lewis Mary A (wid Henry L), res 355 W Main. 

Lewis Michael, painter S W Hull, bds 107 E Columbia. 

Lewis Sylvester L, mail agent, res s w cor Glasgow ave and E 
Washington. 

Lewis Wm, bds 81 Wells. 

Leykauf Elizabeth, dressmaker, bds 23 Hood. 

Leykauf Henry N, engineer A H Hattersloy & Sons, res 23 
Hood. 

Leykauf John, clerk N Leykauf, bds 23 Hood. 

Leykauf Nicholas, grocer 209 Broadway, res 23 Hood. 

Library Hall, n e cor Calhoun and E Lewis. 

Lichtenwalter Orrin J, clerk D Alderman, res 185 Jackson. 

Lichtsinn Henry, teamster Street Commissioner, i"es 382 E 
Washington. 

Lichtsinn Wm, Grocery and Saloon 63 E Wayne, res 
same. 

Liddill Harriet S (wid Wm), cook Windsor Hotel. 

Liebeg Charles, bricklayer, res Tons bet Simons and Pittsburg 
Ry track. 

Liebeg Hermann, bricklayer, bds Tons bet Simons and Pitts- 
bug Ry track. 

Liebenguth Charles, saloon n e cor Railroad and Calhoun, res 
same. 

Lieber Alexander P, bartender W H Lindlag, res 16 W Jeffer- 
son. 

Lieber Richard, clerk, bds 16 W Jefferson. 

Liebman Ernest F, carpenter, res 106 W Wayne. 

Liebman Richard, carpenter, res 13 Jones. 

Liebmann Reinhold, shoemaker, res 243 E Wayne. 

Liedtke Elizabeth, reeler French, Hanna & Co, bds 42 Bar- 
thold. 

Liedtke John J, porter Meyer Bros & Co, res 42 Barthold. 

Ligrget 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 73 Wells. 

Lightfoot Frank S, sec and treas Brookside Farm Co and clerk 
Bass F & M Works, bds Aveline House. 

Lightweather Wm, butcher, res 129 Wells. 

Lillie Heman M, clerk Rich's Hotel, bds same. 

Lillie John jr (Lillie & Munson), res 120 Harrison. 



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*Lillie& Munsoil (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 Casper, helper Penn Co, res 324 Hanna. 

liiinecooly Frederick W, Grocery, Saloon and Deputy 
City Marshal n w cor S Calhoun and Allen, res 544 Cal- 
houn. 

Limecooly Louis F, clerk F W Limecoolj', bds 544 S Calhoun. 

Linch, see Lynch. 

Lincoln Charles, gate tender Penn Co, res 117 Holman, 

Lincoln Edmund, draughtsman W, St L & P Ry, res 22 Butler. 

Lincoln George W, pedler, res 113 Gay. 

Linden) an E Wm, Saloon 24 E Berry, res same. 

Lindeman Henry F, cashier Root & Co, bds 106 Wilt. 

Lindeman John H, carpenter Penn Co, res 106 Wilt. 

Lindeman Wm F, clerk Wm Yergens jr, bds 106 Wilt. 

Lindemann Bernard, carpenter Peters B & L Co, res 66 Bar- 
thold. 

Lindemann Casper, laborer Penn Co, bds 225 Calhoun. 

Lindemann Daniel, teacher German Lutheran School, res 81 
Wilt. 

Lindemann Frederica (wid Christian), bds 78 Williams. 

Lindemann Frederick, fireman Penn Co, i-es 78 Williams. 

Lindemann John, laborer Penn Co, bds 21 Charles. 

Lindemann Wm, carpenter, res 404 E Washington. 

Lindenberg Christopher, molder, res 22 Hood. 

Lindenberg Frederick, mason Wm Moellering, res 55 Stophlet. 

Lindenwood Cemetery, Huntingdon road \ mile w of city 
limits. 

Linderman Charles, laborer Wm Moellering, bds 12 Harrison. 

Lindermann Wm, hostler C S R R barn, res 275 Webster. 

Lindermeyer Henry, carpenter, res 215 W Main. 

Lindermeyer Sophie, domestic 260 W Wayne. 

Lindlag Annie, bds 115 W Washington. 

Lindlag Philip, teamster, res 115 W Washington. 

Lindlag Wm H, saloon 31 Calhoun, res 115 W Washington. 

Lindley James K, conductor N Y C & St L Ry, rms s w cor 
Columbia and Calhoun. 

Lindley Nelson D, machinist Penn Co, res 321 Harrison. 

Lindman Harry, clerk H W Mordhurst, bds 171 Clinton. 

Lindner Andrew, shoemaker L Fortriede, res 71 Hoffman. 

Line, see also Lyne. 

Line Annie E, dressmaker, bds 209 W Jefferson. 

Line Miss Olive, bds 13 Chestnut. 

Linemeyer Minnie, domestic 133 E Berry. 

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FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 269 

Ling George W, fireman W, St L & P Ry, res 93 Fairfield ave. 

Linhardt Ernest, bottler H L Studer, bds same. 

Lininger Caroline (wid Peter), bds 337 Hanna. 

Lininger Frank E, conductor P, F W & C Ry, bds 215 Hanna. 

Lininger Jacob, res 27 Brandriff. 

Link, see also Lenk. 

Link Adam, traveling agent Carnahan, Hanna & Co, rms 1 5 Clay 

Link Ament, laborer W, St L & P Ry, bds 24 Pine. 

Link Amos, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 24 Pine. 

Link Andrew J, carpenter, bds 238 E Jefferson. 

Link Annie M (wid George N), res 238 E Jefferson. 

Link Miss Annie A, bds 238 E Jefferson. 

Link Bernhard, bricklayer Wm Moelleriug, res 24 Pine. 

Link Erwin M (E M Link & Co), bds 238 E Jefferson. 

Link E M & Co (Erwin M Link, Peter J Mettler), Packing 
Box Manufacturers, s w cor Glasgow ave and E Wayne. 

Link Frederick, bricklayer, res 24 Pine. 

Link Mary (wid Thomas), res 20 Miner. 

Link Wm M, carpenter, res 223 Madison. 

Linker Christina (wid Henry E), res 46 W Berry. 

Linker John, clerk Berghoff BrOs, bds W Linker. 

Linker Valentine, driver Berghoff Bros, res w s Grant ave 2 s 
of E Washington. 

Linn, see also Lynn. 

Linn Ida, domestic 70 Jackson. 

Linn Samuel, blacksmith L B Johns, bds e s Spy Run ave 1 s 
of Elizabeth. 

Linninger Frank, brakeman Penn Co, res 215 Hanna. 

Linsky Timothy, spoke selecter N G Olds & Sons, res n w cor 
P"'isher and Thomas. 

Lintz Anthony W, foreman C S R R barn, res 34 Baker. 

Lintz Delia (wid Anthony), res 14 E Columbia. 

Lintz Theodore L, Proprietor China Bazaar 12 E Colum- 
bia, res 14 same. 

Lions, see Lyons. 

Lipes Alexander T, printer Keller Medicine Co, bds 176 W 
DeWald. 

Lipes Andrew, silversmith, bds 116 Butler. 

Lipes Annie T, works Keller Medicine Co, bds 176 DeWald. 

Lipes Caroline, works Keller Medicine Co, bds 176 DeWald. 

Lipes Charles T, Proprietor Fort Wayne Business Col- 
lege 15 and 17 Court, res 57 W DeWald. {See adv, front 
cover and p 63.) 

Lipes Jane M, works Keller Medicine Co, bds 176 DeWald. 

Lipsett Edward, conductor Penn Co, rms cor Harrison and 
Brackenridge. 

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Lipsett George, laborer Wm Moellering, bds Union House. 

Lirch, see also Lerch. 

Lirch Barbara (wid Leonard), res 50 Leith, 

Lirch Henry, laborer IST G Olds & Sons, bds 50 Leith. 

Liscura John R, conductor N Y, C & S L Ry, res 34 Wells. 

List John -J, carpenter, res 395 E Washington. 

Litot Edward L, apprentice F WIron Works, bds cor Randolph 

and Spy Run ave. 
Litot George A, machine hand Rhinesraith & Sinionson, res s 

w cor Spy Run ave and Randolph. 
Litot Joseph Y, bookkeeper, bds George A Litot. 
Litot Louis A, molder, bds George A Litot. 
Litt George O, confectioner 138 Broadway, res same. 
Litt George W, commission, bds 138 Broadway. 
Little, see also Lyttle. 
Little Alfred, painter, res 164 Madison, 
Little Rebecca (wid George), res 34 John. 
Littlejohn Wm, blacksmith W, St L & P Ry, res 19 Poplar. 
Livelsberger Albert A, traveling agent, res 178 W Washington. 
Livingston Charles W, carriage trimmer City Carriage Works, 

bds 54 E Main. 
Lloyd, see also Loyd. 

Lloyd Miss Belle R, teacher Clay School, bds 121 E Main. 
Lloyd Rev John P, res 121 E Main. 

Lloyd Thomas M, clerk George DeWald & Co, bds 121 E Main. 
*IjOag' George W. Dentist s e cor Calhoun and Columbia, 

res same. 
Locke Jesse, gardener Charles A Hays. 
Locks Eugene, machinist F W Jenney Electric Light Co, bds 

Ervin House. 
Loebkemann Henry, apprentice Andrew Voeglie, bds 52 Oak. 
liOesch George H, Druggist 96 Barr cor Wayne, res 71 

Douglas ave. 
Logan Clement, brakeman F W, C & L R R, bds 314 Harrison. 
Logan Hugo, fireman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds John Brendle. 
Logan Lot A, carpenter, res 314 Harrison. 
Logan Nora (wid Joseph), res 38 E DeWald. 
Logan Thomas J, stenographer, rms 97 E Jefferson. 
Logan Wm, feeder The Gazette, bds 314 Harrison. 
Logan Wm L, blacksmith, res 42 Baker. 
Lohman, ee also Laumann. 

Lohman Joseph (M Frank & Co), res 38 W Wayne. 
Lohman Wm, engineer Penn Co, res cor Creighton ave and 

John. 
Lohmeyer Amelia, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 180 Mont- 
gomery. 

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J. W. Iredell, Jr., 8upt. Western Agencies, Cincinnati, O. CLARK FAIRBANK, Geu'l Agl:., Ft. Wayno, 

FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 271 

Lohmeyer John, molder Bass F & M Works, res 180 Mont- 
gomery. 
Lohmeyer Maggie, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 180 

Montgomery. 
Lolcus John, conductor Penn Co, res Crestline, O. 
Lomas Charles, molder Kerr-Murray Mnfg Co, res w s Piqua 

ave 2 s of Calhoun. 
Lomas James A, messenger Baltimore & Ohio Telegraph Co, 

bds 92 W Berry. 
Lombard, see also Lutnbard. 
Lombard Joseph, letter carrier No 3, res w s Hoagland ave 2 

s of Creighton ave. 
Lommatzsch Gustav, stonecutter Griebel, Wyckoff & Becker, 

res 224 W Main. 
Lonergan Miss Alice, seamstress, bds 166 Madison. 
Lonergan Charles J, yard conductor Penn Co, bds 166 Madison. 
Lonergan James E, binder Fort Wayne Sentinel, res 381 E 

Wayne. 
Lonergan John V, machinist Kerr-Murray Mnfg Co, res e s 

Monroe 2 s of Wallace. 
Lonergan Miss Maggie, seamstress, bds 166 Madison, 
Lonergan Margaret J (wid Thomas D), res 166 Madison. 
Lonergan Wm, helper Kerr-Murray Mnfg Co, bds e s Monroe 

2 s of Wallace. 
Loney Alexander J, baggagemaster Penn Co depot, res 119 

Williams. 
Loney Peter J, machinist, res 124 Williams. 
Long Annie (wid George), res 30 Wells. 
Long Charles A, despatcher Penn Co, res 105 W Jefferson. 
Long Emma, operator Central Union Telephone Co, bds 86 E 

Main. 
Long George W, propr Nickel Plate Hotel 31 W Columbia. 
Long James B, clerk Stewart & Hahn, res 54 W Main. 
Long John E, engineer Penn Co, res 19 Pine. 
Long Joseph, bookkeepei', i-es 147 Calhoun. 
Long Mary, domestic 308 W Washington. 
Long Mason C, evangelist, res 86 E Main. 
Long Nancy V (wid John C W), res 20 Williams. 
Long Sophia, domestic 138 E Wayne. 
Longacre Milton P, bookkeeper Hoffman Bros, res 250 W 

Creighton ave. 
Longe Theodore, tailor, res 430 E Washington. 
Longfield John A, finisher N G Olds & Sons, res 72 Hamilton. 
Longhenry Edward, brakeman Penn Co, res 134 Force. 
Loo, see Leu and Lexo. 
Loomis, see Lomas. 

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Loos, see also Lose. 

Loos August W, machinist Bass F & M Works, bds 419 Lafay- 
ette. 

Loos Charles, machinist Kerr-Murray Mnfg Co, bds 419 Lafay- 
ette. 

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, raolder Bass F & M Works, bds 419 Lafayette. 

Loos Miss Lizzie, bds 419 Lafayette. 

Loos Louisa (wid Richard), res 70 W 4th. 

Loos Miss Matilda P, bds 419 Lafayette. 

Lopshire H Benson, carriageraaker L B Johns, res 30 Williams. 

Lopshire Lincoln, fireman G R & I R R,, bds 411 Calhoun. 

Lordier August, Saloon 20 Clinton, res same. 

Lordier Frank J, clerk Francis Sallier, res n e cor Calhoun and 
Superior, 

Lordier Philip, shoemaker 37 Baker, res same. 

Lorent, see Laurent. 

Lorenz, see also Lawrence. 

Lorenz Charles, wire worker, res 185 Fairfield ave. 

Lose, see also Loos. 

Lose Cyrus J, foreman Journal job room, bds 43 Douglas ave. 

Lose Levi H, carpenter Penn Co, res 43 Douglas ave. 

Loser Brada M, telegraph operator W, St L & P Ry, bds 270 
Calhoun. 

Lotz George, butcher, res 5 Wall. 

Loucks Amos H, carpenter J McMullen, res 73 Charles. 

Lough lin, see also Laughlm. 

Loughlin Lawrence C, machinist Kerr-Murray Mnfg Co, res 49 
E Lewis. 

Loughlin Michael, engineer Penn Co, res 355 Lafayette. 

Lounsbury Frank W, spoke driver White's Wheel Works, bds 
103 Lafayette. 

Lounsbury George H, wheel rimmer White's Wheel Works, 
bds 103 Lafayette. 

Lounsbury James B, superintendent White's Wheel Works, 
res 103 Lafayette. 

Lourent, see Laurent. 

Louri-ain Jennie, domestic 348 W Washington. 

Louttit James, wheelwright N G Olds & Sons, res n s Eckart 1 
e of Hanna. 

Lovekin John, clerk Penn Co, bds 215 W Wayne. 

Lowe George W, machinist, res 274 W Creighton ave. 

Lowry Miss Alida, bds 89 W Berry. 



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Lowry James W, rim inspector N G Olds & Sons, res 35 W 

Main. 
Lowry Hon Robert, lawyer 37 W Bei-ry, res 89 same. 
Loyd, see also Lloyd. 
Loyd Thomas W, foreman White's Wheel Works, res n s E 

Washington bet Hanover and Schick. 
Loyer, see Ijauer and Laioyer. 

Lucey Timothy, laborer Robert Ogden, res 206 Broadway. 
Luckey Elizabeth (wid John), res 6 Oak. 
Luckey Frank, laborer, bds 6 Oak. 

Luckey Jacob, teamster Peters B & L Co, bds 83 Barthold. 
Ludford Thomas, painter W, St L & P Ry, bds 231 Barr. 
Ludington James A, machinist Penn Co, res 67 Grand. 
Lndwick Alexander E, clerk H Mariotte, rms 38 Clinton. 
Luegring Anthony, tinsmith Staub Bros, res 82 Maumee road. 
Liihrmann Mrs Anna, janitor Washington School, res 213 W 

Washington. 
Luetterlin Reinhard, teamster Concordia College, bds same. 
Luhmann Frederick, tailor F W Luhmann, bds same. 
Luhmann Frederick E, laborer, res n w cor E Main and Coombs. 
Luhmann F Wm, tailor 314 E Washington, res e s Canal 1 s of 

E Wayne. 
Luhmann Henry K, tailor F W Luhmann, res 51 Maumee road. 
Luhmann Wm F, carpenter J H Meyer, bds F W Luhmann. 
Luhrmann Wm H, laborer City Gas Works, res Spy Run ave. 
Lukens Col Alfred T, teacher military tactics The Ft Wayne 

College, res 284 W Berry. 
Lukens Perry, city agent Weekly Visitor, bds 284 W Berry. 
Luley Charles, apprentice Jenney Electric Light Co, bds 279 

Hanna. 
Luley Frank J, foreman patternmaker Bass F & M Works, res 

171 E Jefferson. 
Luley Frank P, patternmaker Bass F & M Works, res 265 E 

Jefferson. 
Liiley Joseph, helper Bass F & M Works, bds 171 E Jefferson. 
Luley Phillip, molder, res 279 Hanna. 
Lumbard, see also Lornhard. 

Lumbard Miss Effie, teacher Harmer School, bds 106 E Berry. 
*Lumbard Mary A (wid Sanford), res 106 E Berry. 
*Luinbard Sidney C, Insurance, Real Estate and Loan 

Agent 36 Calhoun, res 137 W Wayne. 
Lund Hans M, cabinetmaker 172 W Creighton ave, res same. 
Lund James F, laborer, res n s Huron 1 e of S Centre. 
Lung Sing, laundry 10 W Wayne, res same. 
Lunt George W, joui-nalist, res 165 Griffith. 
Lupton Charles P, fireman G R & I R R, bds 33 E DeWald. 

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Lupton Joseph, wiper Penn Co, bds 82 Montgomery. 

Lurch, see Lerch. 

Lutford Thomas, painter W, St L&P Ry, bds 231 Barr. 

Lutheran Librai'y Association, Wolke Block, Calhoun St. 

Lutze John H, fireman L Rastetter, res 31 Hood. 

Lutze Peter, stonecutter Roth & Keller, bds 49 E Main. 

Lyles Miss Ida, clerk J W Younge, bds 324 E Jefferson. 

Lyles John Q, blacksmith Bass F & M Works, res 324 E Jef- 
ferson. 

Lyman Charles H, conductor Penn Co, res 99 W Superior. 

Lyman Thomas, blacksmith Penn Co, bds Darrow Hotel. 

Lyman Walter F, blacksmith M L Albercht, bds 99 W Supe- 
rior, 

Lynch Alice (wid Philip), res n w corE Washington and Glas- 
gow ave. 

Lynch Rev Charles W, presiding elder Northern Indiana Con- 
ference, res 229 W Jefferson. 

Lynch Elizabeth, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 332 Lafay- 
ette. 

Lynch Jeremiah, brakeman Penn Co, res 332 Lafayette. 

Lynch Jeremiah jr, fireman NY, C & St L Ry, bds 320 W 
Main. 

Lynch John, laborer, res 125 E Lewis. 

Lynch John, machinist Penn Co, res 322 Lafayette. 

Lynch John E, carpenter, bds 103 W Main. 

Lynch John H, brakeman Penn Co, res 25 Baker. 

Lynch Mathias, laborer Penn Co freight depot, res 12 
Kansas. 

Lynch Michael, brakeman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds St Mary's 
ave. 

Lyne, see also Line. 

Lyne Wm, gardener, res 111 W Jefferson. 

Lynn, see also Linn. 

Lynn Martha (wid Lewis), res 203 W Washington. 

Lynn Prince A, Agent Star Union Line 93 Calhoun, res 
Indianapolis, Ind. 

Lyons Ann (wid Thomas), bds 326 E Wayne. 

Lyons Henry, head waiter Globe Chop House, rms 51 E 
Main. 

Lyons Miss Jennie, music teacher, res 119 Lafayette. 

Lyons Robert J, fireman Penn Co, res 119 Lafayette. 

Lyons Wm, fireman G R & I R R, bds 33 E DeWald. 

Lyons Wm E, fireman Penn Co, res 33 E Williams. 

Lyttle, see also Little. 

Lyttle Benjamin, teamster Fruit House, res 29 Pritchard. 

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McAfee, Samuel R, blacksmith Penn Co, res 331 Hanna. 

McAllister Archibald, carpenter Cochrane & Humphrey, bds 
171 W Berry. 

McBennett Francis, carpenter J MeMullen, res 410 Lafayette. 

McBride George, watchman Penn Co, res 309 Lafayette. 

McBride Oliver, bds 66 Murray. 

McBride Thomas N, machinist F W Jenney Electric Light Co, 
res 71 Dawson. 

McCabe Charles J, carriagemaker, res 92 E Washington. 

McCaffery Arminda M (wid Wra), res s w cor Jenison and 
Holton ave. 

McCaffrey John C, watchman W, St L & P Ry, res 443 Lafay- 
ette. 

McCaffrey Thomas, helper Penn Co, res 301 Webster. 

McCain Ann (wid Wm), rms n w cor Berry and Barr. 

*McCaill John H, Proprietor Home Billiard Hall rear 20 
and 22 W Berry, res 378 Calhoun. 

McCain Margaret A (wid Wm), res 70 Barr. 

McCall Julia, domestic 167 W Wayne. 

McCamley Edward L, niolder Bass F & M Works, bds 145 
Griffith. 

McCann John, constable, res 65 Grand. 

McCann Patrick, laborer L Rastetter, bds 65 Grand. 

McCannsey Albert, fireman Penn Co, res 17 Lavina. 

McCarn Burt D, chemist Bass F & M Works, bds Robinson 
House. 

McCarthy Andrew, laborer, res n s W Main 1 w of Runnion ave. 

McCarthy Batholomew, machinist Penn Co, bds 3 Colerick. 

McCarthy Daniel, laborer, res 111 Taylor. 

McCarthy Dennis, brakeman Penn Co, bds 219 Lafayette. 

McCarthy Dennis, laborer Wm Moellering, bds 18 Bass. 

McCarthy Dennis C, laborer N Y, C & St L Ry, bds 18 Bass. 

McCarthy Dennis F, clerk W, St L & P Ry, bds 3 Colerick. 

McCarthy Jeremiah W, engineer Penn Co, res 50 Brackenridge. 

McCarthy .John, engineer Penn Co, res 38 Baker. 

McCarthy John, fireman Penn Co, res 7 Colerick. 

McCarthy John, laborer, res 18 Bass. 

McCarthy Mary (wid John), bds 39 Walnut. 

McCarthy Michael F, fireman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds 415 La- 
fayette. 

McCarthy Patrick, engineer Penn Co, res 118 E Creighton ave. 

McCarthy Patrick, watchman Penn Co, res 3 Colerick. 

McCarthy Timothy, fireman Penn Co, bds 18 Bass. 

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McCartney Frank, painter, res 49 Locust. 

McCarty Dennis, engineer NY, C&St L Ry, res 102 Wallace. 

McCarty James D, yardman Nickel Plate Ry, bds 102 Wallace. 

McCarty Lewis E, laborer, bds n w cor Maumee road and Glas- 
gow ave. 

McCarty Patrick, brakeman Penn Co, bds 51 Baker. 

*McCaskey George W, Physician n e cor E Berry and 
Barr, res same, Office entrance on Barr; Hours 11 a ra to 3 
p m and 7 to 8 pm. 

*McCausland John W, physician 118 Lafayette, res 242 E 
Lewis. 

McClellan John Q, engineer Penn Co, res 136 E Lewis. 

McClellan Wra, laborer, bds 136 E Lewis. 

McClelland Samuel W, barber T Rotholl, bds 95 W Superior. 

McClelland Wm H, clerk Morgan & Beach, res 95 W Superior. 

McClure Andrew, Proprietor Rich's Hotel n e cor Cal- 
houn and Douglas ave, res same. 

McClure David B, millwright Ho£Fman Bros, res 225 W Main. 

McClure James H, butcher E Rich, bds Fleming House, 

McClure John H, engineer Penn Co, res 59 Butler. 

McClure John H jr, brakeman Penn Co, bds 215 Hanna. 

McClure Miss Mary, principal Clay School, bds 103 W Berry. 

McClure Miss Mary E, teacher Bloomingdale School, bds 210 
Calhoun. 

McClure Michael, clerk Oliver House. 

McCollem John, engineer W, St L & P Ry, res 19 Hood. 

McCollum Charles, clerk, bds 163 Webster. 

McCollum Lydia (wid John), res 163 Webster. 

McComas Miss Mary, seamstress, bds 158 Madison. 

McConahay James C, brakeman N Y, C & St L Ry, res 178 
Greeley. 

McConnell Andrew J, clerk P Miller, bds Philip Miller. 

McConnell August J, plumber A Hattersley & Sons, res 193 
W Berry. 

McConnell Emma (wid Wm A), res 196 Calhoun. 

McConnell Hugh, machine hand N G Olds & Sons, bds 50 Oak. 

McConnell John, policeman, res 50 Oak. 

*McConnell John M, ticket agent W, St L & P Ry, res 16 
Williams. 

McConnell Joseph L, brakeman N Y, C & St L Ry, res 89 W 
Jefferson. 

McConnell Wm, machine hand N G Olds & Sons, bds 50 Oak. 

McConnell Wm C (J S Zekind & Co), bds 196 Calhoun. 

McCormick George, brakeman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds Hedekin 
House. 

McCoy Catherine (wid Thomas), bds 6 Kansas. 



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McCoy John W, machinist Penn Co, res 80 Chicago. 

McCoy Patrick, fluesetter, bds 6 Kansas. 

McCracken Harvey, bds 9 E Wayne. 

*McCracken James K, Freight and Ticket Agent Penn 
Co Ry, C R & F W Ry and GR& I R R, Office cor Clin- 
ton and Railroad, res 271 W Wayne. 

McCracken Jay J, assistant cashier P, F W & C Ry freight 
office, res 228 W Jefferson. 

McCrea Sadie, domestic Harmon House. 

McCrimmon Annie C (wid Samuel), boarding house 126 Harri- 
son. 

McCulloch Charles, pres The Hamilton National Bank and treas 
Olds' Wagon Works, res 98 E Berry. 

McCulloch Kate (wid Samuel), res 163 Hanna. 

McCullocli Welliiig'ton, Secretary Mutual Protection 
Association (P of H), res 138 E Berry. 

McCullough Frank, switch tender Penn Co, res 337 Hanna. 

McCullough Gustine (McCullough & Brown), res 509 E Wash- 
ington. 

McCullough Howard, physician 180 Harrison, bds 34 Douglas 
ave. 

McCullough John T, foreman Olds' Wagon Works, res 37 Madi- 
son. 

McCullough Thomas P, physician 180 Harrison, res 34 Douglas 
avc. 

McCiilloug'h & Brown (Gustine McCullough, James D 
Brown), Dentists 28 Calhoun. {See adv, back cover.) 

McCuUum, see McGollum. 

McCumsey Ancel M, fireman GR&I R R, res 17 Lavina. 

McCurdy Andrew R, clerk G DeWald & Co, res 209 W Jef- 
ferson. 

McCurdy John S, dentist S B Brown, bds 209 W Jefferson. 

McCurdy Melvin J, brakeraan Nickel Plate Ry, res 387 W 
Main. 

McDaniels Frank, brakeman Penn Co, bds 215 Hanna. 

McDermott Frank, clerk D Shordon, res 78 E Columbia. 

McDermott James, res 317 S Calhoun. 

McDermott James, blacksmith Penn Co, res 284 Williams. 

McDermott Joseph J, blacksmith Penn Co, res 52 Force. 

McDermott Nancy (wid Josiah S), res s w cor Washington and 
Ewing. 

McDermott Timothy, brakeman G R & I R R, bds Sullivan 
House. 

McDermott Wilson E, stenographer Chapin & O'Rourke, res 
29 W Lewis. 

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McDonald Daniel, lineman Jenney Electric Light Co, bds 135 

E Washington. 
McDonald Edward, engineer Penn Co, bds 16 Brackenridge. 
McDonald Emmet H (Carnahan, Hanna & C), res 272 W 

Wayne. 
McDonald James (col'd), musician, res 68 Chicago. 
McDonald James A, traveling agent, bds 341 E Wayne. 
McDonald John, helper Fleming Mnfg Co, res 132 Wells. 
McDonald John C-, flour mill w s Spy Run ave, res 132 Wells. 
McDonald Miss Katie, bds 235 E Lewis. 
McDonald Margaret (wid Thomas), res 108 Wallace. 
McDonald Margaret H (wid Archibald J), res 341 E Wayne. 
McDonald Margaret J (wid James B), res 18 Monroe. 
McDonald Mary (wid Archibald C), boarding 292 Calhoun. 
McDonald Mary A, domestic 22 W Superior. 
McDonald Mary J (wid Daniel), res 181 Fairfield ave. 
McDonald Michael J, machinist Bass F & M Works, bds 11 

Grand. 
McDonald Nancy E (wid Wm H), bds 143 W Wayne. 
McDonald Patrick J, Secretary Fort Wayne Water 

Works, res 11 Grand. 
McDonald Robert, bartender P Certia, rms 86 Barr. 
*McDonald Ronald T, Treasurer and General Manager 

Fort Wayne Jenney Electric Light Co, res 135 E Wash- 
ington. {/See adv, front cover.) 
McDonald Miss Sarah M, bds cor Lafayette and E Wayne. 
McDonald Stephen, fireman Penn Co, res 224 Calhoun. 
McDonald Wm D, lineman Jenney Electric Light Co, bds 135 

E Washington. 
McDorman John E, carpenter Penn Co, bds 154 Broadway. 
McDorman Mary J (wid John E), res 154 Broadway. 
McDougal, see MacDougal. 
McElfatrick Charles L, machinist Bass F & M Works, res 224 

Francis. 
McElfatrick Edward R (George Jacobs & Co), rms 10 W Main. 
McElfatrick Mary (wid John), res 103 W Main. 
McEwing, see also Swing. 

McEwing George W, student, bds 113 W Main. 
McFarland Rev W Harvey, pastor Second Presbyterian Church, 

bds Aveline House. 
McFarling Sarah, domestic John Hathaway. 
McFee Elizabeth J, teacher Washington School, bds 328 W 

Jefferson. 
McFee Margaret (wid Wm), res 328 W Jefferson. 
McFeeley Dennis, rms 80 Calhoun. 
McGardle Thomas, flagman P, F W & C Ry, res 38 Chicago. 



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FORT WAYNE DIEECTORY. 279 

McGee Mary (wid Patrick), res 35 W Main. 

McGee Miss Mattie, clerk A Mergentheim, bds 35 W Main. 

McGee Thomas S, clerk Penn Co, bds 35 W Main. 

McGeehon John, conductor Penn Co, res 54 Thomas. 

McGinnis Daniel, roofer, res 21 Pritchard. 

McGowan John N, asst chief fire dept and boilermaker Penn 
Co, res 149 Barr. 

McGrath Thomas, laborer, res 8 Bass. * 

McGreevy Maggie, domestic 320 Calhoun, 

McGuire Frank, helper George Esmonds, res 16 Locust. 

McGuire George, brakeman G R & I R R, bds 381 Hanna. 

McGuire Henry, clerk Rich's Hotel, bds same. 

McGuire Henry, engineer W, St L & P Ry, res 16 Locust. 

McGuire John F, helper Bass F & M Works, bds 16 Baker. 

McGuire Owen, switchman Penn Co, res 16 Baker. 

McGuire Thomas, engineer G R & I R R, res 379 Hanna. 

Mcintosh George B, medical director Standard Life Associa- 
tion, rms 29 W Main. 

McKay David, manager Brookside Farm Co, res same. 

McKay James M (G E Bursley & Co), res 134 W Main. 

McKeag Agnes (wid Wm), res 149 Fairfield ave. 

McKeag Miss Agnes, dressmaker, bds 149 Fairfield ave. 

McKeag Miss Ellen, teacher Jefferson School, bds 149 Fairfield 
ave. 

McKean John L, machinist Bass F & M Works, bds 149 W 
Superior. 

McKean John L jr, telegraph operator P, F W & C Ry, bds 
St Charles Hotel. 

McKean Milton H, bookkeeper, bds 149 W Superior. 

McKean Miss Sarah E, teacher Clay School, bds 149 W Superior. 

McKean Wm T, machinist Hoffman Bros, res 149 W Superior. 

McKee Arthur J, teacher, bds 320 Calhoun. 

McKee Harry K, bricklayer, res over 14 E Columbia. 

McKee Hugh (Graf miller & McKee), res 196 Calhoun. 

McKendry Daniel, asst city engineer, res 282 Harrison. 

McKenzie Caleb I, painter, res 1 1 St Martin's. 

McKenzie George, machinist W, St L & P Ry, res 121 Butler. 

McKercher Jesse, engineer Hoosier Mnfg Co, res 25 N Clinton. 

McKering Dennis L, helper W, St L & P Ry, bds 48 Hen- 
dricks. 

McKernan Alexander, brick mnf r s of New Haven road nr toll- 
gate, bds same. 

McKibbin James T, engineer W, St L & P Ry, res 76 Dawson. 

McKinley Perry, laborer, res 141 N Cass. 

*McKinnie Henry, propr McKinnie House, res same. 

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MoKinnie Wm M, manager McKinnie House, res same, 
McLachlan John B, machinist F W Iron Works, bds 209 Barr. 
M<-Lachlan Mary E (wid James C), bds 12 IST Cass. 
McLachlan Neil Sr, Supt Fort Wayne Iron Works, res 

213 Barr. 
McLaclilan Wm, salesman Fort Wayne Iron Works, res s w 

cor Douglas ave and Webster. 
McLain Benoni P, feed stable, res 20 W Superior. 
McLain Charles J, deputy county auditor, res 402 E Wayne. 
McLain Miss Clara, bds Lois M Snider. 
McLain Miss Zerniah E, teacher Bloomingdale School, bds 20 

W Superior, 
McLane James P, clerk C F Bicknese, res 247 Clay. 
McLane John, bds n w cor Fisher and Thomas. 
McLane Nicholas, clerk J H Brannan, bds 195 E Lewis. 
McLaughlin Christopher, molder Bass F & M Works, res 185 

Hayden, 
McLaughlin Edward, laborer Bass F & M Works, bds 185 

Hayden. 
McLaughlin Mary (wid John W), res 186 W Main. 
McLaughlin Wm, coreraaker Bass F & M Works, bds 185 

Hayden. 
McLeish Francis, clerk Fruit House, res 19 Walnut, 
McLetchie John W, clerk, bds 103 Lafayette. 
McMahan James, laborer J P Tinkham, res 19 Pritchard. 
McMahan John, contractor, res 273 W" Main. 
McMahan John W, bds 273 W Main, 
McMahon Minerva (wid Perry), bds 124 Union, 
McMahon Sylvester, conductor Penn Co, res 324 S Broadway. 
McManigal Flora, operator Central Union Telephone Co, bds 

102 W Superior. 
McManigal Harry, stave jointer, bds 102 W Superior. 
McManigal Josiah B, laborer, res 102 W Superior, 
McMillan James B, well driver, res n s Richardson 1 w of 

Runnion, 
McMullen James, engineer Penn Co, bds 410 Lafayette, 
McMvillt^ll John, Carpenter and Builder cor Charles and 

Monroe, res same. 
McXair MissCassie, clerk A Mergentheim, bds 138 DeWald. 
McNair Charles, carpenter Penn Co, res 138 DeWald, 
McXally James, laborer, res 14 Murray. 
McXally John, conductor Penn Co, res' 105 Wallace. 
McXamara John, conductor Penn Co, bds 415 Lafayette. 
MciSTamara John, engineer Penn Co, bds 415 Lafayette. 
McNamara John, laborer, res n s Mary 2 w of Runnion ave. 
McNaraara Monroe, finisher, bds 67 Baker. 

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McNaniara Peter, track foreman G R & I R R, res cor Runnion 

ave and Mary. 
McNamara Susannah (wid Wm), bds 67 Baker. 
McNamara Thomas, foreman, res w s Runnion ave 2 n of W 

Main. 
McNamara Thomas, laborer, res 36 Wall. 
McNamara Washington C, foreman N G Olds & Sons, ims 176 

Calhoun. 
McNeal Mary, waiter Windsor Hotel. 
McNearney John, laborer, res 44 Wall. 
McNearney Mary, janitress Penn Co depot, res 84 Baker. 
McNearney Thomas, laborer, res 84 Baker. 
McNeil Robert, brakeman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds John Bren- 

del St Mary ave. 
McNulty Frank, hammerman Bass F & M Works, res 56 Force. 
McNulty John W, plumber A Hattersley & Sons, res 247 

Webster. 
McNulty Wm (McNulty & Co), res 186 Holman. 
McNulty & Co (Wm McNulty, Adam Weber), shoemakers 217 

Lafayette. 
McPhail Anson W, plumber A Hattersley & Sons, bds 192 

Ewing. 
McPliail Miss Janet A, teacher Jefferson School, bds 192 Ewing. 
McPhail Miss Margaret M, principal Bloomingdale School, bds 

192 Ewing. 
McPhail Walter B, engineer F W, C & L R R, res 38 5th. 
McPhail Wm, machinist N Y, C & St L Ry, res 192 Ewing. 
McPherson Emma, domestic 103 E Washington. 
McQuarrie Allan, carpenter, res n s Wayne 2 w of Fairfield 

ave. 
McQuiston Wilson, secretary The Peters Box & Lumber Co, 

res 70 Wells. 
McRae, see Mc Crea. 

McTague Mary (wid Patrick), res 17 Brandriff. 
McTavish Angus, tailor N B Young & Co, res 92 W Berry. 
McTigue Peter, laborer N Y, C & St L Ry, bds w s Hanna 3 

n of Pontiac. 
McVay Michael, laborer Nickel Plate Ry, res DeGroff nr 

Burgess. 

Macdonald, see also McDonald. 

Macdonald Wm, laborer W, St L & P Ry, bds 6 Kansas. 

MacDougal, see McDougal. 

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MacDougal Charles, clerk Root & Co, bds 166 E Berry. 
MacDougal John, res 166 E Berry. 
Mach John, barber, bds 28 E Wayne. 
Mack Catherine, domestic 334 W Washington. 
Mack Miss Grace, res 92 Franklin ave. 
Mack Jacob, wagonmaker Peters B & L Co, bds 40 Clark. 
Mack John, conductor Penn Co, res 415 Lafayette. 
MacTavish, see McTavish. 

Madden James D, plumber A Hattersley & Son, res 39 Baker. 
Madden John, watchman, res 88 E Columbia. 
Maddigan Bridget (wid Patrick), res 48 Baker. 
Maddux John carpenter, bds 200 Creighton ave. 
Maddux Wra A, carpenter S Pennock & Sons C«, res 28 Sher- 
man. 
Madison Alfred, fireman Penn Co, bds s w cor Lafayette and 

Hamilton. 
Madison Alfred J, brass raolder Penn Co, res 81 Buchanan. 
Madison Frank, machinist Penn Co, bds 148 Wallace. 
Madison Wm J, machinist Penn Co, res 148 Wallace. 
Mafit Calvin, res 153 Hanna. 
Magers Frank X, laborer P A Randall, res n e cor Thompson 

and Maple. 
Magley Wm H, patternmaker Jenney Electric Light Co, res 204 

E Wayne. 
Magner Clara, cook 113 W Berry. 
Magner Francis M, laborer Penn Co, res s s New Haven ave 2 

from Wayne Trace. 
Magnus Charles W D, student, bds 124 Samuel. 
Magnus David, student Dr G W McCaskey, bds 124 Samuel. 
Magnus Wm F, engineer Penn Co, res 124 Samuel. 
Maguire John B, mail agent, res 157 Ewing. 
Mahl John, laborer, res s s Erie 3 w of Walton ave. 
Mahler Louis, dancing academy 27 Calhoun, bds 106 W 

Wayne. 
Mahon Bridgett (wid Dominick), res 176 W Jeflferson. 
Mahrt Conrad, foreman A L Johns & Co, res 140 Lafayette. 
Mahrt Wm C, cigarmaker H W Ortraann, res 40 Hendricks. 
Mahurin Marshall S (Wing & Mahurin), bds 105 E Berry. 
Maier, see also Mayer, Meier and Meyer. 
Maier Miss Georgio, bds 149 W Washington. 
Maier Jacob, saloon 6 Force, res same. 
Maier John A, deputy county clerk, bds n e cor Harrison and 

Brackenridge. 
*Maier Willis D, County Clerk Allen County, Office 

Court House, res 149 W Washington. 
Mailey Catherine, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 54 Melita. 

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Mailey Mary, domestic 12 Chicago. 

Mailey Patrick, laborer N Y, C & St L Ry, res 54 Melita. 

Maines Charles C, conductor Penn Co, res s w cor Walton and 
Creighton aves. 

Maisch Jacob F, stonecutter Wm Moellering, res 170 Gay. 

Major David H, fireman G R & I R R, res w s Holton ave 3 n 
of Pontiac. 

Major J Edward, conductor Penn Co, res n s Horace nr 
Thomas. 

Major Wm S, editor Weekly Gazette, res 132 Broadway. 

Majors John, cigarmaker L Dessauer & Co, res s e cor St Mary's 
and Aboit. 

Majors Thomas J, cigarmaker J C Eckert, res 32 Colerick. 

Malanathy Frank, plasterer, bds 231 Barr. 

Malcom Archibald, soapmaker Summit City Soap Co, bds s s 
E Washington 1 e of Grant ave, 

Malcolm James, helper W, St L & P Ry, res 37 Stophlet. 

Malcolm Sherman E, fireman Penn Co, res 47 Lillie. 

Maley John, helper Penn Co, bds 69 Grand. 

Mailey Mrs Mary, res 187 E Jefferson. 

Malnovski Gustav, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 506 Hanna. 

Malone John, brakeman Penn Co, bds Nave House. 

Malone Patrick, res 328 Lafayette. 

Malone Patrick E, fireman Penn Co, bds 328 Lafayette, 

Malone Peter, grocer, 171 Broadway, res same, 

Maloney Michael, laborer Penn Co, res 1 Thomas. 

Manaray John C, carpenter Penn Co, res 6 Riverside ave. 

Mangan J Michael, conductor Penn Co, bds 3 Walnut. 

Mangan Miss Mary, milliner, bds 3 Walnut. 

Mangels Mary (wid Claus), res 63 Maumee road. 

Manger Wm, stonecutter Roth & Keller, bds 49 E Main. 

Manier Frank, carpenter Penn Co, res 144 Holman. 

Manier Joseph P, spoke turner N G Olds & Sons, bds 144 Hol- 
man. 

Manier Margaret (wid Hippolyte), res 2 Oak. 

Manier Miss Mary, seamstress, bds 144 Holman. 

Manier Minnie, machine operator A L Johns & Co, bds 144 
Holman. 

Manning Jennie, waiter P G Tompkins, bds same. 

Manning John T, brakeman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds Pennsyl- 
vania House. 

Manning Thomas, laborer Penn Co, res 15 Brandriff. 

Mannix Frank J, machinist Penn Co, bds 10 Holman. 

Mannix John J, machinist F W Jenney Electric Light Co, bds 
10 Holman. 

Mannix Thomas, shoemaker 231 Calhoun, res 10 Holman. 

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Mannix Wm T, trav agent F C Boltz, bds 10 Holinan. 
Mannweiler Christian, helper Jenney Electric Light Co, res 23 

Duryea. 
Mannweiler Hermann, laborer W, St L& P Ry, res 23 Duryea. 
Mannweiler Martin E F, barber 1 Walnut, res same. 
Manok Adam, bartender E Manok, bds 114 Jackson, 
Manok Charles, cigarmaker G Reiter, res 176 W Jefferson. 
Manok Crescencia (widow Simon), res 96 Ewing. 
Manok Edward, saloon 96 Broadway, res 114 Jackson. 
Manok Edward J, clerk W H Fleming, bds 96 Ewing. 
Manok Joseph E, clerk, bds 96 Ewing. 
Manok Rose, ironer Troy Steam Laundry, bds 96 Ewing, 
Manon Wm A, clerk Coombs & Co, res 186 W Jefferson. 
Manth Julius G, clerk Louis Mohr, res 54 Buchanan. 
Manuel Clara, domestic 49 Harmer. 

Manuel Frances (wid Joseph), res e s Oliver 1 s of Greene. 
Manuel Julius P, clerk P Morganthaler, res 223 W Jefferson. 
Maple Wm B, laborer, res 222 Lafayette. 
Marahrens Charles, laborer, res 137 John. 
Marchal, see also Marshall. 
Marchal Mary (wid Francois), res 31 Duck, 
Marchal Peter, gardener, res s e cor New Haven road and 

Lombard. 
Marhenke Augusta (wid Frederick), res 147 High. 
Marhenke Charles R, laborer Penn Co, bds 110 Madison. 
Marhenke Christian, engineer Penn Co, res 110 Madison. 
Marhenke Henry C, clerk Geo DeWald & Co, bds 110 Madison. 
Marhenke Sophia, domestic 87 Madison. 
Mariotte Benjamin, clerk L Mariotte, bds 74 W Main. 
Mariotte George, Mngr Louisa Mariotte, bds 74 M Main, 
Mariotte George, helper Penn Co, bds 98 Montgomery. 
Mariotte Horace, second-hand goods 38 Clinton, rms same. 
Mariotte Louisa (wid Joseph G), Pawnbroker 13 W 

Columbia, res 74 W Main. 
Mark Charles, laborer, bds W H Imswiler. 
Markey Albert C, harnessmaker, bds 344 S Calhoun. 
Markey Andrew J, res 286 Bi-oadway. 
Markey Edward J, Florist, Plants and Cut Flowers 113 

and 115 W Jefferson cor Ewing. {See adv^ p 79.) 
Markey Frederick, gardener 113 W Berry. 
Markey Frederick F, laborer Penn Co, bds 286 S Broadway. 
Markey George A, clerk, bds 344 Calhoun. 
Marks Miss Hattie N, bds 62 Brackenridge. 
Markey Laurence, res 344 S Calhoun. 
Markey Richard F (Markey & Mungovan), also bookkeeper A 

C Trentraan, res 293 Harrison. 

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Markey Willis J, florist E J Markey, res 111 W Jefferson. 
*Markey & Mungovan (Richard F Markey, Frank Mun- 

govan), Proprietors Star Grocery 254 Calhoun. 
Marks Simon P, laborer Penn Co, res 264 E Washington. 
Marks Rev S Ferree, Pastor 3d Presbyterian Church, 

res 62 Brackenridge. 
Maroney Harry (Marorfey & Dodge), res Home ave. 
Maroney Michael, engineer Nickel Plate Ry, bds 18^ Burgess. 
Maroney & Dodge (Harry Maroney, Arthur Dodge), horse- 

shoers Home ave. 
Marquardt Catherine (wid John), bds 59 W Washington. 
Marquart Mary, domestic 80 W Washington. 
Marquet Lottie, domestic 238 Calhoun. 
Marron Frank, brakeman Penn Co, bds Darrow Hotel. 
Marsh Joel B, engineer W, St L & P Ry, res 244 W Creighton 

ave. 
Marsh Thomas J, cabinetmaker Bickford Furniture Co, res 

421 E Washington. 
Marshall, see also Marchal. 
Marshall Alice, domestic 167 Francis. 
Martens Frederick, tailor, res 13 Erie. 
Martin Alexander (A Martin & Bro), res 59 W Main. 
Martin Alice (wid Bernard), res 52 Baker. 
Martin Anna M (wid Lambert), bds 206 W Washington. 
Martin Anthony, clerk Penn Co, res 206 W Washington. 
Martin August, laborer, res w s Meridian 1 n of Putnam. 
Martin A & Bro (Alexander and Henry J), grocers 37 W Main. 
Martin Bernard, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 57 Charles. 
Martin Christian, laborer, res 127 W Superior. 
Martin Daniel, helper W, St L & P Ry, res 57 Charles. 
Martin Daniel C, machinist N G Olds & Sons, bds 57 Charles. 
Martin Diedrich, janitor German Lutheran School, res 57 Wilt. 
Martin Dennis, porter McKinnie House, bds same. 
Martin Edward, teamster Penn Co, res 307 E Washington. 
Martin Emmett T, hammerdriver Bass F & M Works, bds 359 

Hanna. 
Martin Frederick, laborer, res 28 West. 
Martin Henry J (A Martin & Bro), bds 59 W Main. ■ 
Martin Henry W, clerk Root & Co, res 100 W Jefferson. 
Martin Jacob, laborer J P Tinkham, bds s w cor Pearl and 

Maiden Lane. 
Martin Jane (wid Francis H), res 115 W Superior. 
Martin John G, millwright, bds 359 Hanna. 
Martin Miss Lizzie M, bds 206 W Washington. 
Martin Louis E, clerk Fruit House, bds 225 Broadway. 
Martin Mary, domestic 126 Harrison. 

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Martin Mary, dressmaker, bds 52 Baker. 

Martin Miss Sophie, bds 57 Wilt. 

Martin Terence, blacksmith, res 359 Hanna. 

Martin Thomas, feeder Newspaper Union, bds 52 Baker. 

Martin Wm, apprentice Jenney Electric Light Co, bds 37 Grand. 

Martin Wm, engineer Penn Co, res 37 Grand. 

Martin Wm, house mover 225 Broadwafy, res same. 

Martin Wm jr, clerk Owen, Pixley & Co, bds 225 Broadway. 

Martin Wm W, foreman Staub Bros, bds Tremont House. 

Martz Christian, Homeopathic Physician 15 W Jefferson, 
res same. 

Masbaum Miss Annie, milliner M & L Krull, bds 254 E Jeffer- 
son. 

Masbaum Bernard, carpenter, res 254 E Jefferson. 

Masbaum Catherine (wid Hermann), res 144 E Washington. 

Masbaum George, bookkeeper M Baltes, res 144 E Washington. 

Masel Martin, fireman, res 162 Hoffman. 

Mason Charles E, brakeman G R& I RR, bds 12 Chicago. 

Mason David L, fireman Penn Co, i-es 132 Monroe. 

Mason John F, carpenter 106 W DeWald, res same. 

Mason Joseph, res 233 W Jefferson. 

Mason Richard A, gardener Charles A Hays. 

Masonic Hall, n w cor Calhoun and Berry. 

*Masonic Temple, n e cor Wayne and Clinton. 

Masterson Ellis H, driver C 8 R R Co, res 26 Holman. 

Masterson Louis, driver C S R R, bds 26 Holman. 

Match Catherine (wid Wm), res 82 Montgomery. 

Match Henry, carpenter Penn Co, bds St Charles Hotel. 

Matheny David B, laborer, res 165 Clinton. 

Mathews Almon M, fly finisher Ft Wayne Organ Co, bds 27 
Oliver. 

Mathews David, conductor G R & I R R, res 8 Lavina. 

Mathews John (col'd), laborer, res 106 Madison. 

Mathiew Joseph, helper Jacob Baltes, res 37 Barr. 

Matigue Peter, brakeman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds St Mary's 
ave. 

*Matlock Henry H, Superintendent Central Union Tele- 
phone Co. 

Matott Charles, brakeman Penn Co, bds Washington House. 

Matsch Catherine (wid Wm), res 82 Montgomery. 

Matsch Henry C, machine hand Penn Co, bds 61 W Lewis. 

Matsch John, machinist Bass F & M Works, bds 240 W Wash- 
ington. 

Matsch J Christopher, foreman Bass F & M Works, res 165 E 
Creighton ave. 

Matsch Wm, laborer Penn Co, bds 82 Montgomery. 

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Matson Harry W, Architect 69 Bur gess Block 32 E Main, 
res 42 Harmer. {See adv, front cover.) 

Mattern Christian, bartender P Michael, res 127 Superior. 

Mattes Jacob, laborer, res 55 Thomas. 

Mattes Nicholas, laborer, res n e cor Greene and Thomas. 

Matthews, see Mathews. 

Maughan George, fireman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds Rich's Hotel. 

Mauk Francis M, conductor Penn Co, res s s Maud 1 w of 
Holton ave. 

Maurer Jacob, res n s E Washington 2 w of Glasgow ave. 

Maurer Jacob jr, laborer, bds n s E Washington 2 w of Glas- 
gow ave. 

Mausnest Gottlieb, laborer, res 34 Charles. 

Mauthe John, laborer, res s s Erie 5 w of Walton Ave. 

Mauthe Martin, laborer, res 290 Hanna. 

Max Thelka (wid Francis), res 112 W Creighton ave. 

Max Miss Thelka, clerk Keller Medicine Co, bds 112 W Creigh- 
ton ave. 

Max Matilda, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, res 1 12 W Creighton 
ave. 

Maxwell John L, cutter Hoosier Mnfg Co, res 123 W Wash- 
ington. 

May John, pedler, res s w cor Calhoun and W Berry. 

May Wm D, laborer, res s s New Haven road 1 e of city limits. 

Mayer, see also Maier, Meier and Meyer. 

Mayer Annie, St Joseph's Hospital. 

Mayer Carl F, physician, res 105 Barr. 

Mayer Charles H L, clerk August Huxoll, bds same. 

Mayer Joseph M, Pictures and Frames 142 Calhoun, res 
s s E Washington 2 e of Grant ave. 

Mayer Julia (wid Andrew) res 29 W Wayne. 

Mayer Miss Julia, artist, res 29 W Wayne. 

Mayer Lawrence, framemaker J M Mayer, res 47 E Jefferson. 

Mayer Minnie (wid Christian), res 47 W Washington. 

Mayers Ellen (wid Louis), res 55 Madison. 

Mayhew Mrs M E, clerk Penn Co freight depot, bds 271 W 
Wayne. 

Mayland Henry F, teamster L Rastetter, res 236 W Washing- 
ton. 

Mayland Mary (wid Frederick), res 236 W Washington. 

Mayland Paulina, dressmaker, bds 236 W Washington. 

Mayland Sophia, tailoress, bds 236 W Washington. 

Mayle Edward, bds 102 E Jefferson. 

Mayle John B, teacher St Mary's Boys' School, res 102 E Jef- 
ferson. 

Mayo Charles, cook English Kitchen, rms 86 Hanna. 

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Mazarin John B, bds 254 E Lewis. 

Medsker Isaac N, traveling agent J M Yohey, bds 356 Calhoun. 

Medskei' James R, machine hand Penn Co, res 18 Baker. 

Medsker John H (Batchelder & Medsker), res 215 E Wayne. 

Meegan . Thomas, chief shop clerk Penn Co, res 22 Bracken- 
ridge. 

Meehan Annie (wid Michael), res 81 Holman. 

Meehan Charles F, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 92 Fairfield 
ave. 

Meehan Frances, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 81 Holman. 

Meehan James, laborer, res 92 Fairfield ave. 

Meehan John, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 259 E Washing- 
ton. 

Meehan Joseph IST, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 259 E 
Washington. 

Meehan Mary (wid Lawrence), domestic Aveline House. 

Meehan Michael, laborer, res 259 E Washington. 

Meek Wm H, gardener, res 47 W Main. 

Mehl George J, machinist, bds 302 E Wayne. 

Mehl John, res 302 E Wayne. 

Mehre Henry, bartender J Stadtler, bds 96 Barr. 

Mehre Louis, shoemaker J A Walter, res cor Barr and Wayne. 

Meier, see also Maier, Mayer and Meyer. 

Meier Christina (wid Bernard), bds 20 W Jefferson. 

Meier Doras, domestic 55 E Jefferson. 

Meier Frederick, tailor, res 99 Wilt. 

Meier Gustav, laborer, res 199 Broadway. 

Meier Halers, laborer, res n s Wayne Trace 1 from Walton ave. 

Meier Henry C, tailor 47 W Main, bds 99 Wilt. 

Meier Louis, tailor, bds 99 Wilt. 

Meier Louisa, tailoress, bds 99 Wilt. 

Meier Mary, domestic Mrs E J Hamilton. 

Meier Mary, tailoress, bds 99 Wilt. 

Meier Sophia, tailoress, bds 99 Wilt. 

Meier Theodore, tailor H C Meier, res 47 W Main. 

Meierding Catherine (wid Christian), res 420 E Wayne. 

Meinzen August, tailor, bds 25 Maumee road. 

Meinzen Henry, tailor, res 25 Maumee road. 

Meinzen Henry W, clerk F J Miller, bds 324 Lafayette. 

Meinzen Wm, sexton German Lutheran Cemetery, res same. 

Meisner Christopher, meatmarket 117 Wallace, bds 113 La- 
fayette. 

Meisner Jacob, laborer Hoffman Bros, res 172 Greeley. 

Melching Albert W, harnessmaker A L Johns & Co, res 46 4th. 

Melching Charlotte (wid Wm), res 41 High. 

Melin John P, paperhanger L O Hull, res 237 Barr. 



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Mellon Samuel, brakeman Penn Co, bds 14 Force. 
Meloy Rosana (wid Joseph), res 184 E Jefferson. 
Melsheimer Shapet D, business manager American Farmer, res 

173 Jackson. 
Melzer Hermann, laborer Penn Co, res 24 Erie. 
Menanki Christopher, engineer P, F W & C Ry pump station, 

res 110 Madison, 
Mendenhall Isaac, engineer Bickford Furniture Co, res 380 

E Washington. 
Mendenhall James E, bds 96 W Wayne. 
Mendenhall Wilson D, laborer, res e s Wayne 1 s of Creighton 

ave. 
Menebrocker Matilda (wid Henry), res 149 W Superior. 
Menefee Charles M, molder Bass F & M Works, res n w cor 

Thomas and Emily. 
Mennewisch Edward, helper Penn Co, res e s Monroe 1 n of 

Clark. 
Mennewisch Frederick, carpenter Penn Co, res 178 Barr. 
Mennewisch Frederick W, machinist Penn Co, res 178 Barr. 
Mennewisch Henry, teamster, res 289 Hanna. 
Mensch Frank P, driver Adams Ex Co, res 22 Baker. 
Mensing Charles, laborer Wm Moellering, bds 12 Harrison. 
Mensing Elizabeth, domestic 47 W Wayne, 
Mentze Frederick, laborer, res 329 E Lewis. 
Meiltzer Alien M, Saloon 27 W Columbia, res same, 
Mentzer Alonzo M, bartender, bds 27 W Columbia, 
Menze Christian A, cigarmaker G A Reinewald,i'es 177 Calhoun. 
Menze Frederick, coremaker Bass F & M Works, bds 366 E 

Lewis, 
Menze George, teamster Hoffman Bros, res W Washington nr 

Fair grounds. 
Menze Wm, laborer, bds 300 E Washington, 
Menze Wm C, tailor J Rabus, res 338 E Washington. 
Merchants' Despatch Transportation Company, 

W V Douglas Agent 26 Court. 
Mergel Martin^T, clerk, bds 111 W Superior. 
Mergel Reinhard, cigars 17 W Main, res 94 same. 
Mergel Reinhard jr, bartender C Entemann, res 111 W Supe- 
rior. 
Mergel's Block, s w cor Calhoun and Main. 
Merhankey Hannah, domestic 142 W Jefferson. 
Mergentheim Alexander, notions n w cor Calhoun and Main, res 

47 W Berry. 
Mergentheim Josephine, clerk, bds 47 W Berry, 
Merica John D, farmer, res s s New Haven road 2 e of city 

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Merillat John, laborer, res s s Boone 4 e of Osage. 

Merillat Joseph P (Merillat & Co), res 199 Broadway. 

Merillat Moses J, clerk Merillat & Co, hds 199 Broadway. 

Merillat & Co (Julius P Merillat, Sinclair Clapper), Gro- 
ceries and Vegetables 108 and 110 Broadway. 

Meriwether Frank, bds 115 E Berry. 

Meriwether James R, trainmaster's clerk Penn Co, bds 115 E 
Berry, 

Meriwether Martha A (wid James B), res 115 E Berry. 

Merkler Anton, laborer Penn Co, res 35 Buchanan. 

Merritt George W, helper Penn Co, bds 98 Montgomery. 

Mertz Matilda, domestic 137 E Jefferson. 

Merz Albert, tinner Welch & Baker, i"es 41 Pine. 

Merz Joseph, res 25 Pine. 

Merz Lizzie, domestic 189 E Jefferson. 

Merz Louis (Zoeller & Merz), res 39 Pine. 

Merz Nicholas, carpenter Penn Co, res 129 DeWald. 

Merz Peter, carpenter Penn Co, res 196 E Lewis. 

Merz Theodore, coremaker Bass F & M Works, res 37 Pine. 

Merz Wm J, clerk Coombs & Co, bds 196 E Lewis. 

Messer Edward W, clerk, bds 105 Ewing. 

Messer Miss Nettie A, clerk S M Foster, bds 105 Ewing. 

Messmann Rev Anthony, pastor St Peter's German Catholic 
Church, res s e cor Warsaw and DeWald. 

Messmann Josephine, housekeeper Rev A Messman, 

Meswap Herman, iron worker C F Muhler, bds 40 Wall, 

Metcalf Samuel C, M D, secretary Board of Health, res 109 W 
Superior. 

Metcalfe Flora D (wid Charles P), res 89 W Jefferson. 

Metcalfe Frederick A, clerk, bds 121 E Washington. 

Metcalfe John, engineer Penn Co, res cor Fisher and Thomas. 

Metcalfe Samuel S, brakeman Penn Co, res s s Summit 1 w of 
McCuUoch. 

Metcalfe Sarah E (wid Daniel F), res 121 E Washington. 

Metcalfe Sidney, cash boy Root & Co, bds 121 E Washington. 

Methley Charles, teacher, bds Charles A Hays. 

Metker Bernard, mason, res e s E Main 1 e of Coombs. 

Metker Joseph, plasterei", res 357 E Washington. 

Mettey Elizabeth, laundress F L Jones & Co, res 43 E Superior. 

Mettey Frederick, bds 43 E Superior. 

Mettey Louise, laundress F L Jones & Co, bds 43 E Superior, 

Mettler Bernard, cigarmaker Louis Bender, bds Peter Mettler. 

Mettler John, clerk M Frank & Co, res Spy Run ave. 

Mettler Mary, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 49 Oak. 

Mettler Matthias, carpenter J M Mayer, res n e cor Spy Run 
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Mettler Matthias jr, patternmaker Kerr-Murray Mnfg Co, bds 

320 E Washington. 
Mettler Peter, res w s Spy Run ave 2 s of Ruth. 
Mettler Peter J (E M Link & Co), bds 49 Oak. 
Metzger Elizabeth (wid Andrew) res 50 E Berry. 
Metzger George, engineer N Y, C & St L Ry, res 27 E Main. 
Metzger Harry M, deputy county clerk, bds 50 E Berry. 
Metzger Joseph, plasterer, res 859 E Washington. 
Metzler Charles, baker Markey & Mungovan, res 146 Holman. 
Metzner Miss Etta, bds 171 E Wayne. 
Meyer, see also 3faier, Mayer and Meier. 
Meyer Annie, domestic 52 E Jefferson. 
Meyer Annie M (wid John), bds 443 E Wayne. 
Meyer Anthony, laborer Academy of Our Lady of the Sacred 

Heart. 
Meyer August, clerk W H Fyke, bds 47 Melita. 
*Meyer Bros & Co (Christian F G and John F W Meyer), 

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Keystone Block. (>S'ee adv., p 65.) 
Meyer Bruno, m older Bass F & M Works, res 127 Gay. 
Meyer Charles, carpenter P, F W & C Ry, res 149 Ewing, 
Meyer Charles, laborer Olds' Wagon Works, res 71 Wilt. 
Meyer Charles F F, clerk Root & Co, res 45 W Washington. 
Meyer Charles F W, Principal Fort Wayne Conservatory 

of Music, res s s Pontiac 3 e of Hoagland ave. 
Meyer Charles W, clerk CDC Huestis, bds 76 W Washington. 
Meyer Christian F G (Meyer Bros & Co), res St Louis, Mo. 
Meyer Diedricli, carpenter Penn Co, res 190 E Lewis. 
Meyer Diedricli, city marshal, res 22 W Wayne. 
Meyer Edward H, carpenter Penn Co, res 310 Harrison. 
Meyer Eliza, domestic 23 Douglas ave. 
Meyer Ernest H, watchman Penn Co, res 91 Force. 
Meyer Frank H, blacksmith 10 Calhoun, res 76 W Washington. 
Meyer Frank J C, gunsmith S P Lade, res 162 Montgomery. 
Meyer Frederick, helper Bass F & M Works, res 5 Summit. 
Meyer Friderick, laborer Penn Co, bds s s Pontiac bet Webster 

and Hoagland ave. 
Meyer Frederick, saloon 104 Calhoun, res same. 
Meyer Frederick C, machinist Bass F & M Works, res e s Force 

bet E Creighton ave and Pontiac. 
Meyer George, barber O Wobrock, bds Bloomingdale. 
Meyer George, gardener Wm P Swinney. 

Meyer George M, molder Bass F & M Works, res 218 E Jeffer- 
son. 
Meyer Gottlieb, helper Roth & Keller, res w s Oakland 1 n of 

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Meyer Henry, janitor St Paul's German Lutheran School, res 
200 E Lewis. 

Meyer Henry, tailor B Kramer, bds 197 Montgomery. 

Meyer Henry, truckman Penn Co depot, bds 16 McClellan. 

Meyer Henry F, carriagetrimmer M L Albrecht, bds 76 W 
Washington. 

Meyer Henry J jr, bookkeeper John Gilbert, bds 100 Harrison. 

Meyer Henry W, draughtsman Wing &Mahurin, bds 18 Jones. 

Meyer Henry W, machinist Bass F & M Works, res 18 Oak. 

Meyer Hermann, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 257 Hanna. 

Meyer John, candymaker Batchelder & Medsker, bds 5 Summit. 

Meyer John, laborer C L Centlivre, res nr brewery. 

Meyer John F W (Meyer Bros & Co), res 22 W Washington. 

Meyer John H, mason, res 519 E Lewis. 

Meyer J Henry, Builder and Contractor 51 Maumee road, 
res 138 Harrison. 

Meyer J Henry E, packer Meyer Bros & Co, res 100 Harrison. 

Meyer Leander, driver C S R R Co, res 410 E Washington. 

Meyer Leonard, laborer Wm Moellering, res 110 W Superior. 

Meyer Lizzie (wid Wm), res 365 E Lewis. 

Meyer Louis G, sawyer D Tagtmeyer, res n e cor Harrison and 
4th. 

Meyer Mary (wid Ernst), res 51 Maumee road. 

Meyer Mary, domestic 270 Hanna. 

Meyer Michael, laborer Wm Moellering, bds Ervin House. 

Meyer Wm, machine hand Penn Co, res 28 Hood. 

Meyer Wm, tailor, res 396 E Wayne.. 

Meyer Wm jr (O B Fitch & Co), res 100 Harrison. 

Meyer Wm C, bartender Robinson House, bds 39 W Washing- 
ton. 

Meyer Wm D, Dealer in Groceries, Provisions, Wines and 
Liquors 227 Lafayette, res 129 E Lewis. 

Meyer Wm F, clerk F C Boltz, rms 92 Calhoun. 

Meyer Wm H, clerk Wm D Meyer, bds 127 Gay. 

Meyer Wm H, harnessmaker 8 N Calhoun, bds 76 W Washing- 
ton. 

Meyers, see also Myers. 

Meyers Amanda, domestic 135 E Washington. 

Meyers Catharine (wid Frederick C), res 24 McClellan. 

Meyers Elizabeth, domestic 177 Jackson. 

Meyers Ernest, laborer Olds' Wagon Works, bds 82 Charles. 

Meyers Ferdinand, laborer W, St L & P Ry, res 165 Ewing. 

Meyers Frederick, clerk Henry Dicke, bds 183 E Lewis. 

Meyers Frederick, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 15 John. 

Mey^M•■^ Frederick C, molder Bass F & M Works, res n a Hugh 
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FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 293 

Meyers George, laborer Street Commissioner, res 24 McClellan. 

Meyers Henry, fluewelder Penn Co, res n s W Creighton ave 3 
w of Fairfield ave. 

Meyers Henry, porter Penn Co, bds 395 Hanna. 

Meyers Henry, teamster J C Peters, res W Main n Cherry. 

Meyers Henrietta, domestic 50 W Superior. 

Meyers Ida, domestic Aveline House, 

Meyers J Henry, res 183 E Lewis. 

Meyers Mrs Margaret, res n e cor E Wayne and Walton ave. 

Meyers Mary, domestic 164 Smith. 

Meyers Minnie, domestic 203 W Wayne. 

Meyers Wm, res 395 Hanna. 

Meyers Wm boilermaker Penn Co, bds 183 E Lewis. 

Meyers Wm C, helper Olds' Wagon Works, bds 32 Charles. 

Michael Adam, laborer, res 13 Wall. 

Michael Frank J, helper F W, C & L R R, res 171 Wells. 

Michael Frederick, saloon 17 W Main, res same. 

Michael George, laborer, res 13 Wall. 

Michael Herman (Glutting, Bauer & Michael), res 349 W Jef- 
ferson. 

Michael Wm, section hand Penn Co, res s e cor Chestnut and 
city limits. 

Michaels Charles J, clerk E Shuraan, res 297 W Jefferson. 

Michaels Lizzie, domestic 15 W Jefferson. 

Michel Andrew, pressman Indiana Staats Zeitung, res 404 E 
Wayne. 

Michel Andrew jr, pressman, res 404 E Wayne. 

Michel George, wagonmaker Andrew Voeglie, res 517 E 
Lewis. 

Mick Abraham C, conductor Penn Co, res s s Greene 1 e of 
Thomas. 

Middaugh Watson, laborer, bds 207 Broadway. 

Middendorf Bernard, mason, res 276 E Wayne. 

Miles Arthur, teamster F Helling, bds 83 W Washington, 

Miles Charles, engineer N Y, C & St L Ry, re8"221 W Wash- 
ington. 

Miles David machinist, res 170 Hoffman. 

Miles Henry, teamster, res 295 W Main. 

Miles MissLydia C, teacher High School, bds 221 W Washing- 
ton. 

Millenbruch Augusta A, clerk G Conrad, bds 65 St Mary's ave. 

Miller, see also Jlueller. 

Miller Albert, brakeman Penn Co, res 25 Wall. 

Miller Albert, cigarmaker G Reiter, bds 27 W Washington. 

Miller Amanda, domestic 49 W Berry. 

Miller Andrew, carpenter, res 72 Douglas ave. 



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Miller Annie R, St Joseph's Hospital. 

Miller Anastasia (wid Joseph), res 277 W Washington. 

Miller Arthur, fireman W, St L & P Ry, res 61 Melita. 

Miller Asenath (wid Wm), res 81 Wells. 

Miller August, gunsmith C H Miller, bds 24 W Main. 

Miller Barbara E (wid Robert), res w s Winter 1 s of Pontiac. 

Miller Block, w s Clinton bet Berry and Wayne. 

Miller Caleb H, brakeman G R & I R R, bds 34 Wall. 

Miller Casper, traveling agent G E Bursley & Co, res 343 E 

Wayne, 
Miller Cassius A, clerk J M Miller, res 52 E Jefferson. 
Miller Catherine (wid John J), res 81 E Washington. 
Miller Charles, fireman Penn Co, res 61 Melita. 
Miller Charles, patternmaker Bass F & M Works, res 59 

Charles. 
Miller Charles, teamster Street Commissioner, res n s 4th 2 w of 

Wells. 
Miller Charles A, laborer, res 232 W Washington. 
Miller Charles C, stenographer F W Jenney Electric Light Co, 

bds 200 E Washington. 
Miller Charles F W, engineer W, St L & P Ry, res 10 La- 

vina. 
Miller Charles H, Proprietor Sportsman's Headquarters 

24 W Main, res same. 
Miller Charles H, brakeman Penn Co, res 96 Wilt. 
Miller Charles H, shooting gallery 15 E Main, res 24 W Main. 
Miller Mrs Charlotte, grocer s w cor Walton ave and E Lewis, 

res same. 
Miller Chauncey, painter L B Johns, bds 81 Wells. 
Miller Christian, grocer 59 Wells, res same. 
Miller Christian, bridge carpenter Nickel Plate Ry, bds 273 W 

Main. 
Miller Christian, helper W, St L & P Ry, res 66 Chicago. 
Miller Christian H, machinist Bass F & M Works, res 9 Force. 
Miller Christopher, blacksmith, bds 31 Brandriff. 
Miller Claude C, bookkeeper, res 101 Lafayette. 
Miller Mrs Claude C, dressmaker, res 101 Lafayette. 
Miller Clement, mason, res 38 Hendricks. 
Miller Clement E, driver T B Empie, bds 38 Hendricks. 
Miller Columbus M, cooper, bds 106 Wells, 
Miller Cyrus W, dairyman s s Killea 1 w of S Calhoun, res 

same. 
Miller Daniel B, carpenter Penn Co, bds Union House. 
Miller Daniel M (Miller & Moritz), res Aveline House. 
Miller Daniel N, fireman W, St L & P Ry, res 47 Bass. 
Miller Dell, fireman Penn Co, bds 25 Hamilton. 



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FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 295 

Miller Dinah, carder French, Hanna & Co, bds 21 4th. 

Miller Edward, printer The World, bds 248 Calhoun. 

Miller Edwin W, agent, res 114 W Wayne. 

Miller Eliza (wid Henry D), res 33 Williams. 

Miller Emil N, timekeeper W, St L & P Ry, bds 143 W De- 
Wald. 

Miller Ernest J, boilermaker Penn Co, res 51 Williams. 

Miller Erwin, clerk B W Skelton, bds 19 E Washington. 

Miller Estha (wid James B), res 211 W Main. 

Miller Ethan A, teamster, bds s s Killea 1 w of S Calhoun. 

Miller Frank, painter L B Johns, bds 81 Wells. 

Miller Frank, teamster, res w s Winter 1 s of Pontiac. 

Miller Frederick, carpenter, res 147 Broadway. 

Miller Frederick, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 5 Force. 

Miller Frederick, mason, res 8 Summit. 

Miller Frederick M, clerk Penn Co freight depot, bds 324 La- 
fayette. 

Miller Frederick J, druggist 324 Lafayette, res same. 

Miller Frederick W, helper Olds' Wagon Works, res 23 Bran- 
driff. 

Miller P^redericka, domestic 71 Maumee road. 

Miller George, clerk Markey & Mungovan, res s w cor E Lewis 
and Walton ave. 

Miller George, fireman Penn Co, res 224 Calhoun. 

Miller George, laborer Wm Moellering, bds 6 Gay. 

Miller George, machine hand, bds 72 Chicago. 

Miller George, slater Welch & Baker, bds 31 Brandriff. 

Miller George F, blacksmith Penn Co, bds 20 Marion. 

Miller George F, patternmaker Kerr-Mui'ray Mnfg Co, bds 59 
Charles. 

Miller Gottlieb, teamstei", res 112 St Mary's ave. 

Miller Harry D, carriagemaker L B Johns, bds 275 E Jefferson. 

Miller Harvey, teamster, res w s Wayne 1 s of W Creighton ave. 

Miller Hattie, housekeeper sw cor Hoagland ave and Brandriff, 

Miller Henry, painter, res 44 Williams. 

Miller Henry, painter Bass F & M Works, bds 274 E Lewis. 

Miller Henry A, cabinetmaker Ft Wayne Organ Co, res s e cor 
Fairfield and Rudisill's aves. 

Miller Henry C, clerk Frankenstein & Ide, bds 10 Lavina. 

Miller Henry C, mason, res 55 Williams. 

Miller Henry D, apprentice The Journal, bds 46 McClellan. 

Miller Henry J, bookkeeper First National Bank, res 358 E 
Washington. 

Miller Henry J, traveling agent Coombs & Co, bds 38 Hen- 
dricks. 

Miller Hermann, bricklayer, res 416 Hanna. 



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Miller Herman W, laborer Wm Moellering, res s w cor 4th and 
N Calhonn. 

Miller Isaac, engineer Penn Co, res 44 Williams. 

Miller Jacob C, tress hoopraaker S D Bitler, res 408 E 
Wayne. 

Miller James E, fireman Penn Co, res 336 Harrison. 

Miller John, cigarmaker S H Beverforden, bds 31 BrandriflF, 

Miller John, watchman P, F W & C Ry, res 37 Wall. 

Miller John A, laborer Penn Co freight depot, res 143 W De- 
Wald. 

Miller John D, res s s Wheeler 3 w of Runnion ave. 

Miller John E, boilermaker Penn Co, res 51 Williams. 

Miller John E, wood sawyer, bds 211 W Main. 

Miller John H, baker Louis Fox, res 54 Elm. 

Miller John H, brakeman Penn Co, bds n w cor Harrison and 
1st. 

Miller John H, machinist Penn Co, res 20 Marion. 

Miller John J, painter, bds 408 E Wayne. 

Miller John M (Beaver, Miller & Co), Furniture Mnfr and 
Dealer 50 and 52 E Main, res 52 E Jefferson. 

Miller Joseph, res 110 W Main. 

Miller Joseph, carpenter, bds 105 Wells. 

Miller Joseph, fireman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds 277 W Wash- 
ington. 

Miller Joseph, laborer, res 43 Nirdlinger ave. 

Miller Joseph A, pz'oprietor Union House 51 W Main, res same. 

Miller Joseph F, coremaker Kerr-Murrray Mnfg Co, bds 38 
Hendricks. 

MilhM- Joseph F, fireman W, St L & P Ry, res 27 Taylor. 

Miller Joseph G, engineer Penn Co, res 44 Williams. 

Miller Miss Katie, dressmaker, bds 82 Maumee road. 

Miller Lewis, painter, res 125 N Cass. 

Miller Miss Lizzie, dressmaker M & L Krull, bds 277 W Wash- 
ington. 

Miller Louis, machinist Penn Co, bds 20 Marion. 
Miller Louis C, machine hand, bds 72 Chicago. 

Milh-r Louisa, domestic 59 W DeWald. 
Miller Marcellus, fireman Penn Co, bds 25 Hamilton. 
Miller Martha {wid George), res 103 W Jeiferson. 
Miller Mary, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 262 E Wash- 
ington. 
Miller Mary A (wid Xavier), res 6 Gray. 
Miller Mary H (wid Martin H), dressmaker M & L Krull, res 

262 E Washington. 
Miller Matthias, boilei-maker, res 274 E Lewis. 
Miller Michael, res 224 W Washington. 

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FOKT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 297 

Miller Nathaniel C, lawyer 75^ Calhoun, res 275 E Jefferson. 

Miller Paul, teamster, res s e cor Edijerton and Lillie. 

Miller Petei', laborer, res 31 Brandri£F. 

Miller Philip, grocery and saloon 123 Fairfield ave, res n e cor 
Ewing and Brackenridge. 

Miller Robert E, laborer Penn Co, bds 49 W Main. 

Miller Rosa, domestic 124 E Berry. 

Miller Rose, tailor B Kramer, bds 49 Madison. 

Miller Miss Rosie, tailoress J W Fowles, bds 237 W Wash- 
ington. 

Miller Rowland, waiter English Kitchen, rms 68 E Main. 

Miller Samuel, secretary-treasurer The Journal Co, res 251 E 
Washington. 

Miller Samuel W, brakeman Penn Co, bds 33 Williams. 

Miller Sebastian, basketmaker, res 20 Hood. 

Miller Seraphin, coremaker Bass F & M Works, res 141 John. 

Miller Sophia, weaver French, Hanna & Co, bds 21 4th. 

Miller Sophie (wid Wm), res 305 S Calhoun. 

Miller Sophie, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 305 S Calhoun. 

Miller Theodore N, tinsmith W E Griffiths, res 282 W Jef- 
ferson. 

Miller Vina (wid Charles T), bds 96 Wilt. 

Miller Walter D, engineer N Y, C & St L Ry, res 70 W Main. 

Miller Wm, Brick Manufacturer e s Hanna s of limits, res 
sume. 

Miller Wm, bartender Ulrich Stotz, bds Thomas J Hunt. 

Miller Wm, fireman W, St L & P Ry, res cor Pearl and Har- 
rison. 

Miller Wm, laborer Wm Moellering, bds Charles Moellering. 

Miller Wm, packer L Rastetter, res 29 Wall. 

Miller Wm, junk 2 Canal, res Washington township. 

Miller Wm, real estate, res 200 E Washington. 

Miller Wm B, clerk G H Gumpper, res 46"McClellan. 

Miller Wm F, laborer F W^ Gas Light Co, res n s N Y, C & St 
L Ry nr Lafayette. 

Miller Wm G, bartender U Stotz, bds 23 E Main. 

*Miller Wm H, Grocer 23 W Columbia, res 110 W Main. 

Miller Wm J, laborer Peters B & L Co, bds 20 Marion. 

Miller Wm L, teamster, bds 54 Elm. 

Miller & Moritz (Daniel M Miller, John M Moritz), Pro- 
prietors Aveline House cor Calhoun and Berry 
Mills Arthur, helper George Esmond, bds w s Broadway s of 
limits. 

Mills George, machinist Jenney Electric Light Co, res 281 W 
Washington. 

Mills Henry A, blacksmith W, St L & P Ry, res 86 Chicago. 

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Mills Horatio T, machinist F W Jenney Electric Light Co, res 
281 W Washington. 

Mills Miss Millie, photographer M L Jones, bds 15 Calhoun. 

Mills Theodore H, painter, res w s St Mary's ave 1 s of Put- 
nam. 

Mills Thomas, foreman round house W, St L & P Ry, res e s 
Fox 1 s of W Creighton ave. 

Mills Wm, engineer, res w s S Broadway s of limits. 

Mills Wm G, finisher N G Olds & Sons, bds w s Broadway s of 
city limits. 

Milton's Place, 39 Calhoun and 3 E Main. 

Minch Mark M, brakeman G R & I R R, res 140 Force. 

Miner Betsy, cook S W Harmon. 

Miner Block, n e cor Clinton and Main. 

Miner Byrum D, agent Ewing estate 91 W Main, res 62 Doug- 
las ave. 

Miner Charles, laborer, res 23 W 4th. 

Miner George E, bds 62 Douglas ave. 

Miner George M D, conductor GR & I R R, res 41 Clay. 

Miner James M, mach hand Ft Wayne Organ Co, I'es 364 
Broadway. 

Miner Miss Mary, dressmaker, bds 364 Broadway. 

Miner Wm E, clerk B D Miner, res High n of city limits. 

Minerley Joseph, hack driver, bds 305 W Washington. 

Minnich Alice A (wid Frank), res 26 Murray. 

Minnich Frank, helper Perm Co, res 389 E Lewis. 

Minnick Henry, helper Kerr-Murray Mnfg Co, bds 38 3d. 

Minot Jane (wid Samuel), res 50 W Superior. 

Minser Alonzo A, res 349 W Washington. 

Minser George W, teamster Hoffman Bros, bds 349 W Wash- 
ington. 

Minser Hiram, laborer Hoffman Bros, bds 349 W Washington. 

Mint Lizzie, waiter Tremont House. 

Mischo Catherine (wid Michael), res 158 Broadway. 

Mischo Catherine (wid Nicholas), res 33 Pritchard. 

Mischo Elizabeth, bds 158 Broadway. 

Mischo Mary, bds 158 Broadway. 

Mischo Minnie, domestic 61 W Berry. 

Misner Clarence E, machinist Olds' Wagon Works, bds 311 
Lafayette. 

Misner George W, fireman Penn Co, res 39 Williams. 

Misner James A, engineer Penn Co, res 311 Lafayette. 

Misner Lemuel, machine hand White's Wheel Works, bds s w 
cor Julia and Holton ave. 

Misner Seymour A, engineer Penn Co, res cor Julia and Holton 
ave. 

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PORT WAYNE DIRECTORT. 299 

Mission Sunday School, n e cor 4th and Cass. 

Mitchel James, propr Fort Wayne Dispatch, rras P O Building. 

Mitchell John C, filecutter, bds 12 Pearl. 

Mitchell John H, carriagemaker L B Johns, bds 25 Barr. 

Mitchell Lizzie, domestic Herman J Berghoff. 

Mitchell Wm (Mitchell & Williams), bds Hedekin House. 

Mitchell & Williams (Wm Mitchell, James R Williams), agri- 
cultural implements 71 E Columbia. 

Mitschke Wm, spoke finisher, bds 139 E Jeflferson. 

Mitten Edward J, fireman Penn Co, bds 33 W Williams. 

Moderwell Hiram C, clerk J M Moderwell, bds 93 W Wayne. 

*ModerwelI Jay M, coal and wood e s Plum nr Bloomingdale 
bridge, rms 50 W Superior. 

Moeller Ernest H, res 215 W Main. 

Moeller Herman, car inspector F W, C & L R R, res 21 N Cal- 
houn. 

Moellering August F, tailor E Hardung. bds 33 Madison. 

Moellering Charles, foreman Wm Moellering, res w s Fairfield 
are rear of brickyard. 

Moellering Charles B, clerk WmL Moellering, bds 33 Madison. 

Moellering Henry A, machinist Penn Co, res 33 Madison. 

Moellering Henry F (Wm Moellering & Sons), bds 120 Mont- 
gomery. 

*Moellerillg Wm (Wm Moellering & Sons), Contractor, 
Builder, Brick Manufacturer and Dealer in Lime, Plaster, 
Cement and Sewer Pipe, Oflice 53 to 59 Murray, Brick- 
yard Fairfield ave, I'es 120 Montgomery, {See adv, 2^ 61.) 

Moellering Wm F (Wm Moellering & Sons), res 37 Madison. 

*Moellering Wm L, druggist 113 E Lewis, res 164 Lafayette. 

*Moelleringr Wm & Sons (Wm, Wm F and Henry F), 
Wholesale and Retail Grocers 215 and 217 Lafayette. 

Moering Henry, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 181 Monroe. 

Moering Henry E, molder Bass F& M Works, res 200 Thomas. 

Moering Pauline, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 7 Summit. 

Moering Wm, tailor J G Thieme & Bro, bds 7 Summit. 

Moffat Rev David W, D D, Pastor First Presbyterian 
Church, res 144 E Berry. 

Mohl Moses, pedler, res 38 Summit. 

Mohl Philip, driver A F Gessler, bds 60 E Main. 

Mohl George, driver Julius Huguenard, bds 100 Maumee road. 

Mohr John, bds John Mohr jr. 

Mohr John jr, cashier Hamilton I^J'ational Bank, res s w cor 
Clinton and E Washington, 

l^ohr Louis, Dealer in Domestic Sewing Machines and 
Musical Instruments 138 Calhoun, res same. 

Molitor Adam, helper Penn Co, x-es cor Hanna and Pontiac. 

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Molitor Leonard, laborer N G Olds & Sons, res 309 Hanna. 

MoUet Carrie, domestic 75 W Berry. 

Mollet Catherine, domestic 95 W Berry. 

Mommer Benjamin H, dentist E F Sites, bds 133 W Main, 

Mommer Edward, carriage trimmer L B Johns, bds 133 W 
Main. 

Mommer Miss Frances, dressmaker M & L KruU, bds 174 E 
Lewis. 

Mommer John, machinist Kerr-Murray Mnfg Co, res 174 E 
Lewis. 

Mommer John W, molder Kerr-Murray Mnfg Co, bds 133 W 
Main. 

Mommer Joseph jr, boots and shoes 76 Calhoun, res 133 W 
Main. 

Mommer J Franklin, clerk J Mommer jr, res 99 W Washing- 
ton. 

Mommer Louis, molder Bass F & M Works, res 180 E Lewis. 

Mommer Wra, helper Kerr-Murray Mnfg Co, bds 174 E Lewis. 

Mommer Wm J, bds 133 W Main. 

Monalian Miss Catherine, milliner Golden & Monahan, bds 6 
Kansas. 

Monahan Dennis (Golden & Monahan), res 65 E Jefferson. 

Monahan Ellen (wid Daniel), bds 6 Kansas. 

Monahan John, boilermaker W, St L & P Ry, res 102 Webster. 

Monahan Michael M, helper W, St L & P Ry, res 80 Bracken- 
ridge. 

Mong George E, painter, res 34 Riverside ave. 

Monnier Francois, laborer, res 31 Duck. 

Monnier Seraphim, laborer Street Commissioner, res 27 Duck. 

Monning Henry, pres Summit City Soap Co, also real estate, 
res 143 E Wayne. 

Monning Henry B, salesman J B Monning & Co, bds 143 E 
Wayne. 

Monning John B (J B Monning & Co), res 96 E Wayne. 

*Moillling J B & Co (John B Monning, August C Trent- 
man), Proprietors Fort Wayne Spice Mills and Globe 
Flour Mills 73 E Columbia. 

Monnock Charles, cigarmaker, res 176 W Jefferson. 

Monnot Louis C, laborer, res 204 E Wayne. 

Monper Mathias, helper W, St L & P Ry, bds 17 Taylor. 

Monosky Henry G, helper Bass F & M Works, bds w s Hanna 
nr Pontiac. 

Monroe, see also Munro. 

Monroe Anna (wid Wm), res 92 Franklin ave. 

Monroe Mrs Elizabeth, boarding house 12 Chicago. 

Montgomery Emma (wid Wm), bds 126 Madison. 

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FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 301 

Montgomery Fernando W, brakeman Nickel Plate Ry, res 36 

Marion. 
Montgomery James, conductor N Y, C & St L Ry, bds 74 W 

4th. 
Montgomery John L, yardman Nickel Plate Ry, res 74 W 4th. 
Montgomery Noah, finisher N G Olds & Sons, res 205 Lafayette. 
Moody Edward, laborer Wm Moellering, bds 131 Griffith. 
Moody Moses, laborer, res 12 Lafayette. 
Moon Columbus, laborer, res 20 Burgess. 
Mooney Flora (wid Wra), res 136 Monroe. 
Mooney George, tinner, bds 33 E DeWald. 
Mooney John, engineer Penn Co, res 275 E Lewis. 
Mooney John P, laborer, res 29 Pearl. 
Mooney Margaret (wid Michael), res 119 Lafayette. 
Moore, see also More. 

Moore Albert U, brakeman Penn Co, res 168 George. 
Moore Arthur, baggageman G R & I R R, res 3 Pine. 
Moore David H, engineer Penn Co, res 28 St Martin's. 
Moore George W, engineer N Y, C & St L Ry, res 328 W Main. 
Moore George W, plumber N G Olds & Sons, bds 13 Walnut. 
Moore James, blacksmith W, St L & P Ry, bds Austin Hotel. 
Moore Margaret (wid John), res 17 Brand riff. 
Moore Mary H (wid Thomas C), bds 13 Walnut. 
Moore Nathan, flagman Penn Co, res 168 George. 
Moore Samuel C, conductor G R & I R R, res 48 McClellan. 
Moore Solomon, yardman Nickel Plate Ry, res n s Breck 1 w 

of St Mary's ave. 
Moore Thomas J, brakeman, bds 36 Brandriff. 
Moore Wm H, foreman W, St L & P Ry, res 13 Walnut. 
Moran Mrs Nora, domestic 254 W Wayne. 
Moran Peter A, ice dealer 201 E Wayne, res same. 
Moran Rose (wid Eli J), res 189 E Wayne. 
Moran Wm J, teamster P A Moran, res 42 Boone. 
*Morclhurst Henry W, Druggist QQ Calhoun, rms same. 
More, see also Moore. 
More David F, General Secretary Ry Y M C A, res 32 

Brackenridge. 
Morehouse Horace B, manager Young & Co, bds 220 W Wash- 
ington. 
Morell Henry, clerk C Schiefer & Son, res 186 Jackson. 
Morgan Mrs Amanda, bds 81 Holman. 
Morgan Frank, apprentice Jenney Electric Light Co, bds 184 

E Jefferson. 
Morgan George W, oil pedler, res 184 E Jefferson. 
Morgan Oliver H, shipping clerk Morgan & Beach, bds 40 E 

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Morgan Oliver P (Morgan & Beach), vice-president The Old 
National Bank and treasurer Board of School Trustees, 
res 40 E Washington. 

*Morgail & Beach (Oliver P Morgan, Frederick Beach), 
Jobbers of Hardware 19 and 21 E Columbia. 

Morgailtlialer Peter, Clothing and Gents' Furnishings 
52^ Calhoun, res 141 W Wayne. 

Moriarity Jeremiah, fireman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds John Ken- 
nedv. 

Moring August, laborer, res rear 178 Hanna. 

Moring Dorothy (wid John), res 28 Charles. 

Moring John, laborer, res 28 Charles. 

Moring Louis, laborer, bds 28 Charles. 

Moring Margaret, domestic 137 W Wayne. 

Moring Wm L, rimmer N G Olds & Sons, bds 28 Charles. 

Moritz Elizabeth (wid Peter), bds 79 W Berry. 

Moritz Harry L, res 93 W Washington. 

Moritz John M (Miller & Moritz), res 79 W Berry. 

Morrey, see also Mtirray. 

Morrey Daniel B, engineer N Y, C & St L Ry, res n s Breck 
2 w of St Mary's ave. 

Morris Miss Agnes H, bds 126 E Main. 

*Morris, Aldricli & Barrett (John Morris, Charles H 
Aldrich, James M Barrett), Lawyers 52 Calhoun. 

Morris Edward J, switchman W, St L & P Ry, res 34 Bass. 

Morris John (Morris, Aldrich & Barrett), i-es n s Maple ave 2 
w of Broadway. 

Morris John, teamster Boltz & Derheimer, res 10 W Wayne. 

Morris John jr, clerk U S Courts, bds 10 W Wayne. 

Morris Louis W, mason, res 39 Grand. 

Morris Samuel L (Coombs, Bell & Morris), res 332 W Wash- 
ington. 

Morris Stephen, bookkeeper The Old National Bank, res s w 
cor Jefferson and Van Buren. 

Morris Wm, laborer, bds 41 Taylor. 

Morris Wm P, engineer N Y, C & St L Ry, bds 7i) W Main. 

Morris Wm S, master mechanic W, St L & P Ry, res 213 W 
Berry. 

Morrison Martin H, heater Bass F & M Works, bds 148 Wal- 
lace. 

Morrow Frank, molder, bds 177 Hanna. 

Morsch John, brewer C L Centlivre, res 41 Nirdlinger ave. 

Morse Miss Maud, bds e s Short 2 s of Putnam. 

Morse Vincens, pedler, res 45 W Main. 

Morss Susan A (wid Samuel S), bds 26 Douglas ave. 

Mortimer Stephen C (Mortimer & Walkey), i-es 169 High. 

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FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 303 

Mortimer & Walkey (Stephen C Mortimer, Frank H Walkey), 
ranfrs of washing machines 169 High. 

Morton Louisa A (wid Samuel V), dressmaker, res 224 E Jef- 
ferson. 

Morton Wm, mason, res s s Maumee road 1 e of Lillie. 

Morvilius Elizabeth (wid Jacob), bds 212 E Lewis. 

Morvilius Frank W, cigarmaker W A Foote, res 203 E 
Wayne. 

Morvilius Jacob, res 205 E Wayne. 

Moser John G, teamster Wilding & Sons, bds 26 DeWald. 

Moser Rosa, domestic 25 Jackson, 

Moser Stephen, laborer White's Wheel Works, res 310 E 
Wayne. 

Moses Frank D, machinist Kerr- Murray MnfgCo, bds Harmon 
House. 

Mosher Andrew, laborer, res 7 Clark. 

Mosier George, engineer G R & I R R, bds 318 Calhoun. 

Mosier John^M (Certia & Mosier), bds 30 W 4th. 

Moss Mary (wid John), res 194 Lafayette. 

Mosshamraer Mrs Bertha, midwife, res 243 E Wayne. 

Mosshammer Gustav, bartender E W Lindemann, res 140 Barr. 

Mosshammer Jacob, coremaker Bass F & M Works, res 224 E 
Wayne. 

Mosshammer John M, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 241 E 
Wayne. 

Mossman Wm E, president The Bickford Furniture Co, res 330 
W Washington. , 

Motherwell Edward, clerk G H Wilson & Sons, bds 69 W 4th. 

Motherwell Henry, tinner, bds 69 W 4th. 

Motherwell John E, carpenter Cochrane & Humphrey, bds 69 
W 4th. 

Motsch Frederick, res Fairfield ave s of organ factory. 

Motsch Frederick, res 28 W Main. 

Motten Moses (col'd), engineer Kerr-Murray Mnfg Co, res 63 
Baker, 

Mottinger Samuel, carpenter Penn Co, bds 13 Burgess. 

Mottinger Simon, carpenter Penn Co, res n e cor Burgess and 
De Groflf. 

Motz George, tailor, res 30 E 2d. 

Mounsier Nelson D, clerk S W Harmon, bds 278 Calhoun. 

Mowatt Wm, mason, res n e cor E Main and Begue. 

Moynihan Andrew J, city editor The Sentinel, bds 254 S Broad- 
way. 

Moynihan Martin, gardener, res 254 S Broadway. 

Mudge Jeremiah C, carpenter, res 112 W DeWald. 

Mudge John A, carpenter, bds 112 W DeWald. 

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Muehlfeith Charles, barkeeper Ben Wiley, res 40 Wells. 

Muehlfeith John, tailor G Scheffler, res 40 Wells. 

Mueller, see also Miller. 

Mueller Conradine, attendant St Joseph's Hospital. 

Mueller Nicholas, watchman Penn Co, res 296 E Washington. 

Mueller Polycarp, cabinetmaker Bickford Furniture Co, res 

226 E Wayne. 
Muench Emma, attendant St Joseph's Hospital. 
Mugalle Henry, laborer Wm Moellering. 
Mugvian Mary, domestic 185 Ilayden. 
Muhlenbruch Charles, clerk Carnahan, Hanna & Co, res 219 E 

Jefferson. 
Muhlenbruch Diedrich, carpenter Penn Co, res 213 E Jefferson. 
Muhlenbruch Gottreich, clerk Carnahan, Hanna & Co, res 238 

E Washington. 
Muhlenbruch Richard, coachman 137 W Wayne. 
Muhlenbruch Wm, wagonmaker Fleming Mnfg Co, res 51 St 

Mary's ave. 
Muhler Miss Catherine, bds 166 W Wayne. 
Muhler Charles B, clerk A C Trentman, bds 166 W Wayne. 
Muhler Hon Charles F, Mayor City Hall and Cornice 

Works 20 E Columbia, res 166 W Wayne. 
Muhler George L, iron worker C F Muhler, res 143 Griffith. 
Muirhead Alexander, machinist W, St L & P Ry, res 505 S 

Calhoun. 
Muirhead Robina (wid Alexander), notions 201 Calhoun, rms 

53 Brackenridge. 
Mulcahy Richard, watchman, res w s Spy Run ave 3 n of 

bridge. 
Muldary Andrew J, conductor Penn Co, res 53 Baker. 
Muldary Benjamin, brakeraan Penn Co, bds 53 Baker. 
Muldoon John W, painter, bds 280 E Lewis. 
Muldoon Margaret (wid Patrick), res 280 E Lewis. 
Mulharen Thomas, labort-r W, St L & P Ry, res 16 Bass. 
Mullahy Frank, printer Ft Wayne Sentinel, bds 11 Melita. 
Mullen Frank, brakeman Penn Co, res east yards. 
Mullen George W, cashier Empire Line, bds Aveline House. 
Mulligan Alice (wid Henry), res 135 Holman. 
Mulligan James A, telegrapli operator, bds 135 Tlolman. 
Mulligan John W, brakeman Penn Co, bds 135 Holman. 
Munch Frank E, helper Penn Co, res 389 E Lewis. 
Munch Philip, teamster, res 38 E 3d. 

Munch Joseph P, blacksmith City Carriage Works, bds 38 E 3d. 
Mundt Wm, butcher, res 82 St Mary's ave. 
Mundt Mary, finisher Troy Steam Laundry, bds 82 St Mary's 

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Mungen John J, jailor Allen County Jail, res 137 Wells. 

Mungovan Frank (Markey & Mungovan), res 189 Griffiith. 

Mungovan Thomas C, blacksmith W, St L & P Ry, bds 82 
Williams. 

Munich John (Beninghoff & Munich), res 67 Butler. 

Munro, see also Monroe. 

Munro Mary, domestic 309 W Jefferson. 

Munson Cliarles A (Lillie & Munson), res 22 W Wayne. 

Munson Miss Mary A, bds 174 W Wayne. 

Murphy Amos W, paperhanger Keil & Bro, res 178 E Wash- 
ington. 

Murphy Charles B, barkeeper English Kitchen, bds same. 

Murphy Dennis C, switchman W, St L & P Ry, res 9 Bass. 

Murphy Edward, supervisor track Nickel Plate Ry, res 12 
Kansas. 

Murphy Edward jr, fii-eman G R & I R R, bds 6 Kansas. 

Murphy George, gardener, res rear 11 Colerick. 

Murphy Johanna (wid Dennis), bds 7 Colerick. 

Murphy John, fireman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds Hedekin House. 

Murphy John, helper Penn Co, res 138 Holman. 

Murphy John, paint clerk Penn Co shops, bds 198 Hanna. 

Murphy John J, helperW, St L <fe P Ry, res w s S Wayne ave 
5 s of W Creighton ave. 

Murphy John R, clerk Penn Co, bds 138 Holman. 

Murphy Michael, engineer W, St L & P Ry, res 159 Fairfield 
ave. 

Murphy Michael, fireman Penn Co, bds 13 Brandriff. 

Murphy Patrick, laborer, res 26 Holman, 

Murphy Patrick, machine hand N G Olds & Sons, bds 138 
Holman. 

Murphy Samuel C, painter, res 198 Hanna. 

Murphy Thomas, machinist Penn Co, bds 138 Holman. 

Murphy Thomas, tel operator Penn Co, bds 6 Kansas. 

Murphy Timothy, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 171 Madison. 

Murphy Wm J, clerk Stewart & Hahn, bds 5 Pearl. 

Murray, see also Morrey. 

Murray Charles, teamster, res w s Metz 5 s of Taylor. 

Murray Rev Charles H, 2")astor Trinity M E Church and agent 
Allen Co Bible Society 68 Wells, bds 40 E 5th. 

Murray David, blacksmith Kerr-Murray Mnfg Co, res 171 Fair- 
field ave. 

Murray Jane (wid Kerr), bds 141 W Berry, 

Murray John, cabinetmaker Bickford Furniture Co, res 269 E 
Washington. 

Murray John, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 126 E Creighton 
ave. 

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*Murray-Kerr Manufacturing Co, A D Cressler manager, foun- 
ders s e cor Calhoun and Wallace. 

Mutual Protect! ou Association (P of H), Welling- 
ton McCulloch Secretary, 2 Swinney Block. 

Myers, see also Meyers. 

Myers Block, 108 Fairfield ave. 

*Myers Charles E, boarding stable 112 Webster, res 66 Doug- 
las ave. 

Myers Christian W, laborer Horton Mnfg Co, res 56 Wells. 

Myers Darwin S, student Coombs, Bell & Morris, bds 157 W 
Wayne. 

Myers Edward, teamster S Stone & Co, bds 60 Wilt. 

Myers Elizabeth, domestic 285 W Berry. 

Myers Frederick, teamster M Baltes, res 57 W Superior. 

Myers Frederick W, bds 66 Douglas ave. 

Myers George, contractor, res 60 Wilt. 

Myers George B, carpenter 127 Wilt, res same. 

Myers George S, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 109 Holman. 

Myers Henry, street sprinkler, res 66 Douglas ave. 

Myers Herschel S, physician 7 W Columbia, res 157 W 
Wayne. 

Myers Lena, domestic 215 W Wayne. 

Myers Levi, laborer, res 111 Force. 

Myers Miss Margaret, milliner M E Quinn, bds 181 W De- 
Wald. 

Myers Mark J, laborer, bds 109 Holman. 

Myers Mrs Mary A, res 109 Holman. 

Myers P J Harry, clerk Nickel Plate Ry, bds 3 Harrison. 

Myers Wm, blacksmith Penn Co, res 98 Williams. 

Myers Wm, laborer, bds 111 Force. 

Myers Wm F, bds 66 Douglas ave. 

Myers Wm H, laborer Penn Co, bds 151 Holman. 

*Myers Wra H, physician 7 W Columbia, res 157 W Wayne. 

Myron Frank, brakeman Penn Co, bds Darrow Hotel. 

Nagel Frederick, laborer W, St L & P Ry, res 99 W Jefferson. 
Nagel Frederick jr, storekeeper W, St L & P Ry, res 79 W 

Jefferson. 
Nagel Joseph M, blacksmith Fred Becker & Bro, bds Xavier 

Nagel. 
Nagel Kate, tailor ess C Kruse, bds 45 E^Superior. 
Nagel Martin, machinist, res 69 Oakley. 
Nagel Xavier, wagonmaker Chauvey Bros, res Washington 

township. 

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FORT WAYNE DIRECTOBY. 307 

Nahrwold Charles, plasterer, res 265 E Lewis. 

Nahrwold Christian, boilerraaker, res 147 E Lewis. 

Nahrwold Conrad, laborer Penn Co, res 267 E Lewis. 

Nahrwold Ernst, carpenter Penn Co, bds 191 E Lewis. 

Nahrwold Frederick C, laborer Penn Co, res 25 Wilt. 

Nahrwold Henry, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 38 Force. 

Nahrwold Henry D, carpenter Bass F & M Works, res 164 
Smith. 

Nahrwold Wm F, carpenter Horton Mnfg Co, res 29 Wilt. 

Nail Hamilton R, traveling agent, res 85 Baker. 

Napp George, laborer, bds 58 Oakley. 

Nash Frederick E, dry goods, res 91 Madison. 

Nash Henry C, blacksmith Olds' Wagon Works, res 314 La- 
fayette. 

Nathan Charles (Charles Nathan & Co), res 188 W Berry. 

*Xathaii Charles & Co (Charles Nathan), Wholesale 
Wines and Liquors 21 W Main. 

Nathan Julius (Julius Nathan & Co), res 49 W Berry. 

*Natliail Julius & Co (Julius Nathan, Max Rubin), Dis- 
tillers and Wholesale Liquor Merchants 25 W Main. 

Nave Frank E, hotel n w cor Walton ave and P, F W & C Ry. 

Nave House, n w cor Walton ave and P, F W & C Ry. 

Nave Isaac, laborer, bds Nave's Hotel. 

Nave Wm G, spoketurner White's Wheel Works, res cor Glas- 
gow ave and Maumee road. 

Neal, see also Kneale and Nell. 

Neal Charles F, machinist Penn Co, res 165 Holman. 

Neeb Anna, domestic 241 W Wayne. 

Neeb August, porter Louis Fox, bds 54 Oakley. 

Neeb Catherine (wid George), res 54 Oakley. 

Neeb John, culler, bds 54 Oakley. 

Neeb Wm G, packer Louis Fox, bds 54 Oakley. 

Nees, see also JVies. 

Nees Charles F, wood turner Olds' Wagon Works, res 49 
Hanna. 

Nees Eliza, domestic 71 W Wayne. 

Nees Henry C C, wood carver Penn Co, res 28 Schick. 

Nees Henry T B, tinner Staub Bros, bds 28 Schick. 

Neff August, laborer Penn Co, res 323 W Main. 

Neff John H, farmer, bds Rebecca Neff. 

Neff John H, harnessmaker A L Johns & Co, bds 296 W Main. 

Neff Mary M (wid George H), dressmaker, res 164 W Wayne. 

Neff Rebecca (wid Enoch), res s s W Main 1 e of Muncie Ry. 

Neher John V, polisher N G Olds & Sons, bds 12 Francis. 

Neher Joseph, shoemaker 12 Francis, res same. 

Neher Joseph jr, rimmer N G Olds & Sons, res 14 Francis. 

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Neibur John H, laborer Penn Co, res 77 Smith, 

Neidhart Joseph, carpenter, res 60 Madison. 

Neidhart Miss Sallie, dressmaker, bds 64 Maumee rd. 

Neil, see also Kneale and Neal. 

Neil Catherine, domestic 129 Wilt. 

Neireiter Casper B, harness 69 EMain, res 228 W Washington. 

Neireiter Conrad, insurance agent, res 269 W Washington. 

Neireiter Maria (wid Conrad), res 146 Broadway. 

Neireiter Rebecca (wid John), res 345 W Jefferson. 

Niermann Julia T (wid Henry H), res 54 W Wayne. 

Neis Katie, St Joseph's Hospital. 

Neise Frederick K, clerk W H Pyke, rms 38 E Main. 

Neiter, see also Nieter. 

Neiter Frederick, helper Penn Co, res 118 Madison. 

Nellie Miss Emma, bds 29 W Wayne. 

Nelligan John, res 23 W Lewis. 

Nelligan John F, machinist Penn Co, bds 23 W Lewis. 

Nelligan Michael F, machinist W, St L & P Ry, res 58 Douglas 
ave. 

Nelson Annie, domestic 171 W Wayne. 

Nelson De GrofF, Sheriff Allen County, Office Court House, 
res County Jail. 

Nelson Elizabeth C (wid J W), res 31 Barr. 

Nelson Henry, actionmaker Ft Wayne Organ Co, bds 300 E 
Washington. 

Nelson Mark A, pressman Newspaper Union, res 118 Union. 

Nelson Na,than (col'd), tanner, res w s Savannah 1 s of Dia- 
mond. 

Nerhood John, salesman F D Paulus, res 106 DeWald. 

Nerhood Matthias, plasterer, res 84 Taylor. 

Nern Conrad, laborer, res s w cor Cochrane and Coombs. 

Nern John, laborer White's Wheel Works, bds Conrad Nern. 

Nesbit Isaac, teamster John Wilson & Sons, res 286 E Wash- 
ington. 

Nesbit Isaac jr, teamster, res 269 E Jefferson. 

Nessel Miss Carrie M, clerk Louis Fox, bds 463 Lafayette. 

Nessel John G A, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 463 Lafayette. 

Nessel Michael, carpenter Penn Co, res 463 Lafayette. 

Nessler John, laborer, res 209 Hanna. 

Nestel Adolph G, shoemaker 113 E Lewis, res same. 

Nestel Charles W, bds 241 W Creighton ave. 

Nestel Daniel, dry goods 130 Broadway, res 241 W Creighton 
ave. 

Nestel Daniel jr, carpenter, res 189 W DeWald. 

Nestel Edward P, painter 115 E Lewis, res w s Hanna 6 s of 
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Nestel Miss Eliza, bds 241 W Creighton ave. 

Nestel Oscar W, clerk Daniel Nestel, res 130 Broadway. 

Nestel Philip, res 187 Lafayette. 

Nestel's Block, s w cor Broadway and W Jefferson. 

Nettelhorst Oscar, clerk Penn Co, res 62 Taber. 

Neu Joseph, laborer, res 110 Creighton ave. 

Neuenschwander Albert, bartender, rms 34 Clinton. 

Neuenschwander Edward, clerk, bds 46 E Columbia. 

Neuenschwander Isaac M, saloon 46 E Columbia, res same. 

Neuenschwander Miss Tilla, clerk A Mergentheim, bds 46 E 
Columbia. 

Neuhaus Frank, gardener, res 61 Hoffman. 

Neuman, see also JVewman. 

Neumann August, miller H Volland & Co, bds Union House. 

Neumann John, laborer, res 212 John. 

Neumann Matthias, watchman Pittsburgh shops, res s s Creigh- 
ton ave 2 w of Hanna. 

Neumann Wm, machinist Kerr-Murray Mnfg Co, res 62 Lillie. 

Neumeier Adam, clerk P Graff, bds 335 Lafayette. 

Neumeyer Wm H, stereotyper Newspaper Union, bds 26 Chi- 
cago. 

Neuroth Louis, foreman coppersmith W, St L & P Ry, res 160 
Taylor. 

New Catholic Cemetery, Hicksville State road 1^ miles e of 
city limits. 

*New York, Chicago & St Louis Ry ("Nickel Plate "), passen- 
ger depot on old W & E canal bet Calhoun and Clinton, 
freight depot w s Harrison nr Superior. 

*Newcomer Christian, saloon n w cor Calhoun and Chicago, res 
259 W Wayne. 

Newcomer George, laborer, res s s Pontiac opp Smith. 

Newcomer John, stonecutter Roth & Keller, bds Frenchtown. 

Newell Charles D, engineer Penn Co, res 79 Douglas ave. 

Newell Miss Cora M, milliner Mrs A C Keel, bds 79 Douglas 
ave. 

Newell George W, clerk Penn Co, bds 79 Douglas ave. 

Newell Hans, farmer, res 139 Fairfield ave. 

Newell Minnie E, teacher Jefferson School, bds 79 Douglas ave. 

Newhart Charles, machinist W, St L & P Ry, bds 42 Brandriff. 

Newhart Louisa (wid Edward), res 42 Brandriff 

Newhart Wm L, fireman F W, C & L R R, res 42 Brandriff. 

Newland Andrew, machinist Bass F & M Works, res 95 Smith. 

Newland Henry, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 95 Smith. 

Newman, see also Neumann. 

Newman Miss Jennie, student Westminster Seminary, bds 251 
W Main. 



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Newman Mary (wid Andrew), res 92 Wilt. 

Newman Wm, brakeman Penn Co, res 14 Force. 

*Newspaper Union The, John F Cramer President, 
George F Seely Manager, Printers, Stereotypers and Ad- 
vertising Agents 55 and 5V E Columbia. 

Newton Charles H, freight and pass agent W, St L & P Ry, 
res 151 Ewing. 

Newton Frederick A, cashier Coombs & Co, res 171 W Wayne. 

Nicholas Albert, clerk Keil & Bro, res 103 W Main. 

Nicholas George M, cattle herder, res w s St Mary's ave 3 s of 
Spring. 

Nicholas Nancy, laundress F L Jones & Co, res w s St Mary's 
ave n of Aboit. 

Nichols Otis, cigarmaker, bds 99 W Superior. 

Nicholson John M, watchman Penn Co depot, res n w cor Oliver 
and Grant. 

Nichter George J, barber L B Pegg, bds 183 Jackson. 

Nichter John J, carpenter, bds 183 Jackson. 

Nichter Joseph G, machinist, res 183 Jackson. 

Nichter Otto, foreman Kerr-Murray Mnfg Co, res 48 Hen- 
dricks. 

Nichter Peter P, machinist W, St L & P Ry, bds 183 Jackson. 

Nick Elizabeth (wid Joseph) , res w s S Calhoun 1 n of Pontiac. 

Nickell Andrew J, engineer Penn Co, res 113 Barr. 

Nickell John F, engineer G R & I R R, res 95 Baker. 

Nickell Joseph, trav agent Carnahan, Hanna & Co, res 235 W 
Washington. 

Nickell Scott, laborer Alexander McKernan, bds Erick Richter. 

Nickerson Ezra, section boss F W, C & L R R, res 169 N Har- 
rison. 

Nicolai Miss Dora, dressmaker, bds 509 E Lewis. 

Nicolai Philip G, hub selecter White's Wheel Works, bds 509 
E Lewis. 

Nieber Henry, laborer N G Olds & Sons, res 22 Laselle. 

Nieber John, carpenter, res 53 W DeWald. 

Niebergall Henry, grocer 201 E Washington, res same. 

Nieder Christina (wid Henry), bds Henry Buesking. 

Nieder Edward, laborer, bds Henry Buesking. 

Niedermeyer Paul, laborer, res 24 Laselle. 

Niedhammer George, machinist Penn Co, res 86 Creighton ave. 

Niemann Benjamin, pedler, res 36 Summit. 

Niemann Gottlieb, Grocer 148 Calhoun, res 68 Bracken- 
ridge. 

Niemann Gottlieb jr, clerk G Niemann, bds 68 Brackenridge. 

Niemann John, laborer F W Gas Light Co, res 326 E Wash- 
ington. 

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FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 311 

Niemann Miss Lena, milliner M & L Krull, bds 326 E Wash- 
ington. 

Niemann Samuel, pedler, res 66 Maumee road. 

Niemann Mrs Sarah, res 38 Summit. 

Niemann Theodore, gi-ocer274 E Washington, res 272 same. 

Niemeyer Henry, teamster, res 153 Madison. 

Niemeyer Henry jr, clerk W Jacobs & Son, bds 153 Madison. 

Niemeyer Louis H, clerk Golden & Monahan, bds 153 Madison. 

Niemeyer Mary, domestic 54 E Wayne. 

Niemeyer Wra, teamster, bds 153 Madison. 

Niermann Augustus C, paperhanger L O Hull, bds 51 Wilt. 

Niermann Edward F, bds 54 W Wayne. 

Niermann Herman H, driver, res 247 E Washington. 

Niermann Martin, tailor, res 51 Wilt. 

Niermann Martin H, cigarraaker Boltz & Oppenharaer, bds 51 
Wilt. 

Niermann's Block, 5 and 7 N Harrison. 

Nies, see also N'ees. 

Nies Adam, foreman painter L O Hull, res 58 Maumee road. 

Nieschang Charles C F, M D, Proprietor Temple Drug 
Store 298 Calhoun, rms same. 

Niese, see Neise. 

Nieswanger George D, fish packer, bds Johnson House. 

Nieter, see also Neiter. 

Nieter Herman, laborer Penn Co, res 189 Madison. 

Nieter Herman C, saloon 49 E Main, res same. 

Niezer Wm J, tinner Penn Co, rms 20 W Jefferson. 

Nill Albert C, clerk Wilding & Son, bds 32 W Washington. 

Nill Conrad, laborer Penn Co freight depot, res 69 High. 

Nill George, laborer Penn Co freight depot, res 177 W Wash- 
ington. 

Nill Regina B (wid Conrad), res 32 W Washinton. 

Nill Sophia (wid George), res 177 W Washington. 

Nille Miss Emma, bds 29 W Wayne. 

Nill's Hall, 80 Calhoun. 

Nimrod Hall, 54 E Main. 

Nimrocl Saloon, John G Strodel Proprietor, 54 E Main. 

Nimtz David, spoke turner White's Wheel Works, res 218 
John. 

Ninde Frederick F, lawyer, res 140 E Main. 

Ninde Henry W, bds w s Fairfield ave s of Pontiac. 

*Ninde Lindley M, lawyer 14 W Main, res w s Fairfield ave 
8 of Pontiac. 

Nirdlinger Max, Manager Moses Koch and Secretary 
Board of School Trustees, res 51 W Berry. 

Nix Charles, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 80 E Jefferson. 

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Nix Henry, shoemaker P Eggemann, res 525 Erie. 
Nix Joseph, shoemaker P Eggemann, bds 80 E Jefferson. 
Nix Vale-itine, shoemaker 80 E Jefferson, rt'S same. 
Noble Charles, laborer White's Wheel Works, res s s of New 
Haven road nr tollgate. 

Noble Edward, laborer, res w s Walton ave 6 s of E Lewis. 

Noble Ervin, laborer, bds 138 Jackson. 

Noble James E, traveling agent Bass F & M Works, res 201 
E Lewis. 

Noble John, laborer Princess Skating Rink, rms same. 

Noble Miss Nettie, seamstress, bds 138 Jackson. 

Noble Sarah (wid Lester), res 138 Jackson. 

Noble Wra K, bookkeeper Bass F & M Works, bds 201 E 
Lewis. 

Noecker Edward, driver C S R R Co, bds 53 Baker. 

Noecker James L, brakeman Penn Co, bds 49 Baker. 

Noecker Mary (wid Ferdinand), res 49 Baker. 

Noecker Wm, driver C S R R Co, bds 49 Baker. 

Noerber John L, brakeman Penn Co, bds Rich's Hotel. 

Noeszler John, helper Penn Co, res 209 Hanna. 

Nohe Edward, tailor A Foster, bds 2 1 Nirdlinger ave. 

Nohe John, machine hand Olds' Wagon Works, bds 21 Nird- 
linger ave. 

Nohe Mary, finisher Troy Steam Laundry, bds 21 Nirdlinger 
ave. 

Nohe Wm, shoemaker M Noll & Son, res 21 Nirdlinger ave. 

Nolan James, fireman Penn Co, res 319 Hanna. 

Nolan John, machinist Penn Co and saloon 330 Lafayette, I'es 
328 same. 

Nolan John J, clerk J Nolan, bds 328 Lafayette. 

Nolan Michael, engineer Penn Co, res 24 Charles. 

Noll, see also Knoll. 

Noll Alphonse A, manager, res 235 E Lewis. ■ 

Noll Anton, stonecutter Wm Moellering, res 80 Taylor. 

Noll Barbara (wid Martin), bds 86 Madison. 

Noll Benedict R (Benedict R Noll & Co), res 21 W Jefferson. 

*Noll Benedict R & Co (Benedict R Noll), Druggists 
128 Broadway. 

Noll Charles, butcher H W Fry, res 109 Barthold. 

Noll Charles jr, clerk Frederick Bartels, bds 111 Barthold. 

Noll Cora, domestic n s Wayne Trace opp east yards. 

Noll Edward A, machinist Penn Co, bds 10 W Superior. 

Noll Edward M, clerk Rohs & Erne and music teacher 146 E 
Wayne, res same. 

Noll Ferdinand, helper W, St L & P Ry, res 19 Nirdlinger 
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Noll Frank J, traveling agent Adams & Steely, res 239 E 

Jefferson. 
Noll George, bds 235 E Lewis. 

Noll John, laborer Roth & Keller, bds 240 E Wayne. 
Noll John F (M Noll & Son), res s e cor Lafayette and Berry, 
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, traveling agent Adams & Steely, res 10 W Su- 

]>erior. 
Noll Mrs Marv F, dressmaker 10 W Superior, res same. 
Noll M & Son (Martin and John F), Boots and Shoes 22 

Clinton. 
Noll Peter, painter Penn Co, res 129 E Jefferson. 
Noll Upton, meat market s w cor E Creighton ave and Lillie, 

res s s Simons 2 from Walton ave. 
Noll & Golden (Mrs Julia Noll, Patrick J Golden), Mil- 
linery 14 W Berry. 
Nolton Theron J (T J Nolton & Co), res 46 W Wayne. 
*Nolton T J & Co (Theron J Nolton, John I White), 

Hardware 22 Calhoun. {See right bottom lines.) 
Nonnaraaker Andrew (Nonnamaker & Schleyer), res 205 W 

Jefferson. 
Nonnamaker Garnett, student, bds 205 W Jefferson. 
Nonnamaker & Schleyer (Andrew Nonnamaker, John F 

Schleyer), boots and shoes 20 Calhoun. 
Noonan James, blacksmith Penn Co, res 63 Melita. 
Norback Wm, printer F C Heitz, res 13 E Main. 
Nortnan George Y, host'er, bds e s Lafayette 1 n of Pontiac. 
Norris Mary (wid Calvin), res 60 E Columbia. 
North David V, fireman Penn Co, res 16 Murray. 
Northern Indiana Fair Association, W W Rockhill sec, D C 

Fisher treas, office 32 E Berry. 
Northrop Rev Stephen A, Pastor First Baptist Church, 

res IVI E Wayne. 
Northrup James L, pumper Nickel Plate Ry, res 25 Van Buren. 
Norton John T, carpenter Penn Co, res 509 E Lewis. 
Note^tine Joseph, teamster, res 88 W Superior. 
Nottfdhorst Oscar, clerk Penn Co, res 44 Buchanan. 
Nottenberger Wm, painter, bds 43|- E Columbia. 
Novack Edward, carpenter, res 31 John. 
Nowitski Joseph, laborer OMs' Wagon Woi'ks, res 29 Gay. 
Noz Christian, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 78 Smith. 
Nuckey Frank, sawyer Olds' Wagon Works, bds 8 Oak. 
Nuffer Leonard, switchman W, St L & P Ry, res 306 Harrison. 
Nulf Edward L, brakeman Penn Co, res 138 Force. 

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Nunnemacher Cyrilus A, baggageman G R & I R R, res 2 

Creighton ave. 
Nusbaum Peter, foreman C L Centlivre and propr Tivoli Garden, 

res w s Spy Run ave 2 s of Elizabeth. 
Nussmann Catherine (wid John), res 231 E Wayne. 
Nutter Francis R, hostler F K Cosgrove jr, bds 18 Maiden 

Lane. 
Nuttman Joseph D (Nutman & Co), res 130 W Berry. 
Nuttman & Co (Joseph D Nuttman), Bankers "32 E Main. 
Nyebur, see Neihur. 

o 

O'Bierne Edward J, general manager Star Iron Tower Co, res 

152 E Berry. 
O'Bierne Wm H, general superintendent of construction Star 

Iron Tower Co, bds 152 E Berry. 
O'Brien Dennis, street commissioner, res 225 W Washington. 
O'Brien Michael, res n s N Y, C & St L Ry nr Lafayette. 
O'Brien Michael, fireman Penn Co, res 415 Lafayette. 
O'Brien Mary, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 83 Hoagland 

ave. 
O'Brien Nora, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 83 Hoagland 

ave. 
O'Brien Patrick, laborer Penn Co, res 83 Hoagland ave. 
O'Brien Patrick jr, laborer, bds 83 Hoagland ave. 
O'Brien Wm, steamfitter, bds 16 Brackenridge. 
O'Callahan, see Callahan. 

O'Connell 13ridget (wid Morris), res 8 Barthold. 
O'Connell Catherine (wid Daniel), res 202 Fairfield ave. 
O'Connell Edward, clerk P, F W & C Ry, res 202 Fairfield ave. 
O'Connell George C, woodworker G Roberts, bds 202 Fairfield 

ave. 
O'Connell James, finisher Bickford Furniture Co, res 2 Hano- 
ver. 
O'Connell Miss Jennie, bds e s Short 2 s of Putnam. 
O'Connell John, policeman, res 14 Force. 
O'Connell John M, laborer, bds 8 Barthold. 
O'Connell Margaret, domestic Hanna homestead. 
O'Connell Wm, machine hand Olds' Wagon Works, bds 50 

Oak. 
O'Connor, see also Connors. 
O'Connor Bernard, res 156 W Wayne. 
O'Connor Bernard S (Foot & O'Connor), bds 9 E Wayne. 
O'Connor Bridget (wid Jeremiah), res 178 Madison. 
O'Connor Fred B, tel operator Penn Co, bds 196 Calhoun. 

50 PEARIj ST., is constantly 
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Troy Stea n Laundry, 



Znr TIM TVDCC go to Hamilton Art Gallery, S.E. 
rUr I 111' I T TLu cor. Calhoun and Columbia Sts. 

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O'Connor Jeremiah, blacksmith Penn Co, res 46 Baker. 

O'Connor John, helper Kerr-Murray Mnfg Co, res 251 Web- 
ster. 

O'Connor Joseph M, marble agent, res 19 E Jefferson. 

O'Connor Julia, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 46 Baker. 

O'Connor Margaret, domestic 60 Barr. 

O'Connor Stephen, bookkeeper The Horton Mnfg Co, res 222 
W Washington. 

O'Hearn James, blacksmith Penn Co, res 51 Prince. 

O'Hearn John, laborer, res e s Lillie 1 s of Hayden. 

O'Hearn Wm, lineman G R & I R R, res 60 Prince. 

O'Keefe, see also Keefe. 

O'Keefe Catherine (wid Patrick) res 167 Gay. 

O'Leary Elizabeth (wid Timothy), bds 171 W Berry. 

O'Leary James, foreman P, F W & C Ry, res s e cor Hugh 
and Francis. 

O'Leary James T, clerk Penn Co, rms 25 W Lewis. 

O Leary Rev Timothy M, res 172 Clinton. 

O'Malley Bridget (wid Patrick), bds 32 Butler. 

O'Meara Michael, switchman L S & M S Ry, bds 9 N Calhoun. 

O'Meara Patrick J, baggagemaster F W, C & L R R, res 40 
E2d. 

O'Neil Daniel J, engineer F W, C & L R R, res 157 W Berry. 

O'Neil Patrick W, molder Kerr-Murray Mnfg Co, res 395 La- 
fayette. 

O'Neil Mary, waiter McKinney House. 

O'Rourke Hon Edward, judge Allen Circuit Court, res 134 E 
Washington. 

O'Rourke Edward J, machinist Penn Co, bds 96 Laselle. 

O'Rourke Jeremiah, brakeman Penn Co, bds 415 Lafayette. 

O'Rourke John, brakeman Penn Co, bds 415 Lafayette. 

O Rourke John, conductor Penn Co, res 109 Wallace. 

O'Rourke John C, with Summit City Soap Co, res 326 E 
Wayne. 

O'Rourke Michael, conductor G R & I R R, res 185 Mont- 
gomer}\ 

O'Rourke Patrick S, supt s div G R & I R R, and C R & F 
W Ry, res 30 McClellan. 

O'Rourke Wm S (Chapin & O'Rourke), res 60 Douglas ave. 

O'Ryan, see also Ryan. 

O'Ryan John, fireman Penn Co, bds 50 Baker. 

O'Ryan Patrick, policeman, res 50 Baker. 

O'Shaughnessy, see also Shaughnessy. 

O'Shaughnessy Mary (wid John), res 17 Colerick. 

O'Shaughnessy Michael, laborer, bds 17 Colerick. 

O'Shaughnessy Nora, housekeeper, 166 E Berry. 

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O'Shaughnessy Thomas, well driver, bds 102 Huron. 

O'Sullivan, see also SnlUvan. 

O'Sullivan Eugene, boarding house 2 Thomas. 

O Sullivan John H, engineer Penn Co, res 8 Thomas. 

Oaks Sumner, conductor Penn Co, res 329 Lafayette. 

Oakley Chauncev B, bookkeeper I C Peters, res Ewing bet 

Berry and Wayne. 
Oakley Louisa, domestic 28 Force. 
Odd Fellows' Hall, e s Court bet Main and Berry. 
Odd Fellows' Hall (new), n s Berry bet Calhoun and Harison. 
Oddou Joseph F, clerk A J Dittoe & Co, res n s Suttenfield 1 

e of Lafayette. 
Oddou Peter, carpenter, i-es n s W 5th 5 w of Wells. 
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. 
Oesterheld Frederick, turner White's Wheel Works, res n e cor 

Division and Oak. 
Oesterheld Lena, domestic 170 Barr. 

Oesterheld Louis, tailor J G Thieme & Bro, bds 227 E Lewis. 
Oestermann, see Ostermann. 
Oestermeier, see Ostermeier. 

Oetting Ferdinand, clerk Kiel & Freese, bds 264 Webster. 
Oetting Wm, grocer and baker 362 S Calhoun, res same. 
Ofenloch Frank, butcher C Korn, bds 126 Chicago. 
Ofenlocli Michael, painter Bass F & M Works, res 130 Francis. 
Ofenloch Peter, clerk Valentine Ofenloch, bds 32 Force. 
Ofenloch Valentine, grocer 30 Force, res 32 same. 
Offner John, machinist W, St L & P Ry, res 183 Fairfield ave. 
*Ogdeu Robert, Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter 26 E 

Berry, res same. {See embossed line, front cover.) 
Ogden Mrs Wilhehnina, bds 32 E Wayne. 
Ogier Thomas F, fireman Nickel Plate Ry, bds 323 W Main. 
Ohlson Ole, coremaker Bass F & M Works, bds 300 E Wash- 
ington. 
Ohneck, see also IlonecJc. 

Ohneck Georo^e D, traveling agent, res 87 E Jefferson. 
Ohneck John J, helper Bass F & M Works, res 26 Oak. 
Ohnhaus Frank J, clerk M Noll & Son, bds 51 E Main. 
Ohnhaus John, clerk D C Fisher, bds 51 E Main. 
Ohnhaus Louis, clerk O B Fitch & Co, bds 51 E Main. 
Ohnhaus Scholastica (wid John E), res 51 E Main. 
Ohse John, laborerer Bass F & M Works, res Edsall's addition 

s of Pontiac. 
Ohse John jr, helper Bass F & M Works, bds s s Pontiac e end. 

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FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 317 

*01d National Bank The, S B Bond President,^ O P 
Morgan Vice-President, J D Bond Cashier, J C Wood- 
worth Assistant Cashier, s w cor Main and Clinton. 

Olds Bertram, machine hand N G Olds & Sons, bds 198 W 
Wayne. 

Olds Charles D, clerk Randall & Vesey and insurance agent, 
bds 131 E DeWald. 

Olds Charles H, machine hand N G Olds & Sons, res 131 E 
DeWald. 

Olds Charles L, res 213 Barr, 

Olds Egbert, machine hand N G Olds & Sons, bds 198 W 
Wayne. 

Olds Frank H, bookkeeper N G Olds & Sons, bds 131 E De- 
Wald. 

Olds Frederick G, machinist Penn Co, res 183 Montgomery. 

Olds Fi-ederick G jr, machinist Jenney Electric Light Co, bds 
183 Montgomery. 

*01ds Henry G, president N G Olds & Sons and Olds' Wagon 
Works, res 107 W Berry. 

*01ds John D, vice-president N G Olds & Sons, res 198 W 
Wayne. 

*01d8 N G & Sons, H G Olds pres, John D Olds vice-pres, 
Joseph H Wilder sec, Thomas C Rogers treas, wheel ranfrs 
s e cor Lafayette and W, St L & P Ry. 

*01d8 Wagon Works, Henry G Olds pres, Andrew H Hamilton 
vice-pres, Wm Johnston jr sec, Charles McCnlioch treas, s 
s Murray bet Calhoun and Lafayette. 

Olinski Christian, laborer, res 41 Smith. 

Olive James, helper W, St L & P Ry, res 6 Bass. 

Oliver House, Lewis Clark Proprietor 107 and 109 E 
Columbia. 

Oliver H Louis, bartend ei*, res 57 Garden. 

Olson, see Ohlson^ 

Onen Charles, clerk St Charles Hotel. 

Oppelt George, barber O Wobrack, bds 26 W Superior. 

Oppelt Joseph, polisher Roth & Keller, res 26 W Superior. 

Oppenhamer Samuel S (Boltz & Oppenhamer), res cor Fairfield 
ave and Chicago. 

Oppenheim Wra S (Colerick & Oppenheira), bds 9 E Wayne. 

Oppenheimer Abraham, res 54 W Berry, 

Oppenheimer Frederick, bds 54 W Berry. 

Oppliger, see also Uplegger. 

Oppliger Daniel, laborer, res 72 Pontiac. 

Orif C Edward, cashier John Orff, bds same. 

Orff George, clerk H W Reinewald, bds 233 Webster. 

Orff Gottlieb, cabinetmaker Penn Co, res 50 Clinton. 

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H. C. GRAFFE, 



Cor. Calhonn and Colambla Streets. Sole Agent for 
the Celebrated Bockford Watches, also a full line 
of all the different American and Swiss Watches. 



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Orff Henry, music teacher, res 233 "Webster. 

*Orflf John, Proprietor Empire Flouring Mills nr W Main 
st bridge, res junction Columbia City and Huntington 
roads. 

Orff John R, miller John Orff, res 146 W Wayne. 

Orff Miss Julia E, teacher Hanna School, bds 233 Webster. 

Orff Miss Mary E, teacher Bloomingdale School, bds 233 Web- 
ster. 

Orff Montgomery C, bookkeeper John Orff, bds same. 

Ormiston Alexander, laborer, res w s Piqua ave 4 s of Rudisill's 
ave. 

Ormiston James, farmer, res w s Lafayette 1 s of Wiebke. 

Ormiston Lewis, brickmaker Wm Miller, res cor Calhoun and 
Lafayette. 

Orr Charles V, clerk St Charles' House, bds same. 

Orr Charles W, teller Hamilton National Bank, res 314 W 
Washington. 

Orr Daniel, watchman, res 39 N Calhoun. 

Orr Jane (wid James), res 377 Lafayette. 

Orr 'John W, machinist W, St L & P Ry, res 28 Butler. 

Orr Joseph H, bookkeeper First National Bank, res 21 Butler. 

Orr Miss Kate C, teacher Harmer School, bds 28 Butler. 

Orr Michael, farmer, res 112 Mechanic's. 

Orth Christian, painter Olds' Wagon Works, res 124 E De- 
Wald. 

Orth Leah, cook Robinson House. 

Ortlieb George J, Saloon 88 Calhoun, res 82 W Wash- 
ington. 

Ortman Henry R, foreman L Dessauer & Co, res 55 E Lewis. 

Ortmann Henry W, Cigar Manufacturer 26 Clinton, res 4 
W Superior. 

Orvis Charles W, clerk Meyer Bros & Co, bds 161 W Wash- 
ington. 

Oryler Miss Alice, copyist, bds 149 Griffith. 

Osborn Murlin C, fruit tree agent, res 386 S Calhoun. 

Osenbaugh George, brakeman G R & I R R, res w s Walton 
ave 3 n of P, F W & C Ry. 

Osenbaugh Isaac, upholsterer Penn Co, res s s Wayne Trace 4 
e of Walton ave. 

Osenbaugh John K, brakeman G R & I R R, res e s Lillie 4 s 
of E Lewis. 

Osie John, laborer Bass F & M Works, res Adams township. 

Ossaforth Bernard, laborer Penn Co, res 65 Oliver. 

Osterheld, see Oesterheld. 

Ostermann Miss Annie, milliner M & L Krull, bds 235 E Wash- 
insrton. 



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"You should Insure In The PENN MUTUAL LIFE INS. CO." "WHY?" ''For many 
reasons : It has had thirty-seven years' experience ; It is the Strongest and Safest ; It is Purely 
Mutual— its success Is yours ; It is most economically managed, and therefore Cheapest ; Its Policies 
are Non-Forfeitable— you get all you pay for ; It has paid Millions of Dollars to members' families, 
and never disputed an honest claim ; Its policie s are Incontestable." Clark Fairbank, General Agt . 

FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 319 

Ostermann George L, tinner Freiburger Bros, bds 235 E Wash- 
ington. 

Ostermann Henry J, laborer, res 320 E Wayne. 

Ostermann John B, carpenter, bds 235 E Washington. 

Ostermann Lombard, teamster, res 235 E Washington. 

Ostermeier Charles, tailor, res 48 Leith. 

Ostermeier Frederick W, laborer, res 99 Smith. 

Ostermeier Minnie, domestic 36 W Wayne. 

Ostman August, carpetweaver 71 Melita, res same. 

Ostman Charles, barber 5 Grand, bds 71 Melita. 

Oswald Joseph, teamster, res s w cor Smith and Horace. 

Otis Josie, domestic 98 E Berry. 

Ott August, molder Bass F & M Works, bds e s E Main 1 e of 
bridge. 

Ott Frank, apprentice City Carriage Works, bds s s Pike ave 
2 w of bridge. 

Otten John, polisher, bds 137 E Washington. 

Otten Lucas, miller J B Monning & Co, res 34 Gay. 

Otten Nicholas, clerk CDC Huestis, res 44 Force. 

Otten Otto H, plasterer, res 141 E Washington. 

Overlay Alaphare (wid James), bds 59 Archer ave. 

Overlay Daniel, well diggei", rms 37 Barr. 

Owen George W, tuner Ft Wayne Organ Co, res 54 Jackson. 

Owens Katie, domestic 84 E Berry. 

Owens Peter, policeman, res 10 Nirdlinger ave. 

Owens Owen, conductor Penn Co, res w s Walton ave 6 s of 
Creighton ave. 

Owl Civib, Headquarters Nimrod Hall 54 E Main, Wm H 
Chamberlain President, Primus Scherzinger Secretary. 



*Paciflc Express Co, C B Beaver Agent, 28 E Main. 
Page John L, brakeman Penn Co, res 106 Fairfield ave. 
*Page, Taylor & Co (Wm D Page, Charles F Taylor), 

Proprietors The Fort Wayne Daily and Weekly News 19 

E Main. {See adv , p 67 .) 
*Page Wm D (Page, Taylor & Co), editor Fort Wayne Daily 

News, res 316 E Jefferson. 
Pageler Frederick, spokedriver, res 177 Montgomery. 
Pahl, see also Pohl. 

Pahl Miss Julia^ retoucher Mrs R Allen, bds 106 Force. 
Pahl Wm, machinist W, St L & P Ry, res 106 Force. 
Palm John J, cigarmaker G A Reinewald, bds 111 1st. 

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Palmer Albert D, plasterer, res s s Pontiac 4 e of Hoagland ave. 

Palmer Mrs C J, dressmaker 35 Monroe, res same. 

Palmer Hiram, mason, res 35 Monroe. 

Palmer James V, carpenter, res 377 Lafayette. 

Palmer John, fireman NY, C & St L Ry, res 173 Van Buren. 

Palmer Wm J, hammerman Bass F & M Works, res 31 Smith. 

Panka Rudolph, laborer Alex McKernan, res s of New Haven 

road nr tollgate. 
Pannischgrotf Sophia, domestic 97 W Wayne. 
Pantlind Charles, clerk Fleming House. 
Pantlind Henry D, hackdriver, res 120 Clinton. 
Pape, see also Pepe. 
Pape Charles (Fleming Mnfg Co), president The Peters Box 

& Lumber Co, res 56 St Mary's ave. 
Pape James F, tel operator Nickel Plate Ry, res 78 W Main. 
Pape Wm, broker 33 Calhoun, res 139 High. 
Pape Wm, yard foreman Peters B & L Co, res 45 High. 
Pappert Amos, cooper, res 252 E Wayne. 
Pappert Catherine, cook Fleming House. 
Papi^ert Henry C, molder, bds 163 Hanna. 
Pappert Roman, laborer White's Wheel Woi'ks, bds 252 E 

Wayne. 
Pappert Wm, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 7 Oak. 
Pardee Wm McK, div engineer Nickel Plate Ry, office 35 W 

Calhoun, res 276 W Wayne. 
Parent Frank, laborer Coombs & Co, res Wayne township. 
Parent Lottie, domestic 262 W Berry. 
Parisoe Emma, dressmaker, rms 58 Douglas ave. 
Parisoe Mary, dressmaker, rms 58 Douglas ave. 
Parisot Claude, laborer, bds w s Hanna 9 s of limits. 
Parisot Frank, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 322 Hanna. 
Parisot Joseph, checker W, St L & P Ry, res 322 Hanna, 
Parisot Joseph A, laborer W, St L & P Ry, bds 322 Hanna. 
Parker Mrs Esther L, res 78 Douglas ave. 
Parker James, laborer, res s s Wheeler 1 w of Runnion ave. 
Parker John, teamster J C Peters, bds 137 High. 
Parker Joshua W, clerk, res s w cor Calhoun and W Berry. 
Parker Wm C, laborer, res 137 High. 
Parks Volney, capitalist, bds Nickel Plate Hotel. 
Parmelee Robert H (Pixley & Co), res Bloomington, 111. 
Parnin James E J, iron worker C F Muhler, bds 223 E Wayne. 
Parr Charles, car inspector L S & M S Ry, res n s W 5th 3 w 

of Wells. 
Parr Wm H, laborer P, F W & C Ry, res 104 E Wayne. 
Parrant Frank E, gardener, res e s Walton ave 2 from Wayne 

Trace. 

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Parrigan Joseph, fireman Penn Co, bds 166 Broadway. 
Parrish John L, fireman Penn Co, bds 413 Lafayette. 
Parrott Frank, clerk Charles Kohn, res 64 Maumee road. 
Parrott Louis A, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 27 Oak. 
Parrot Peter, carpenter, res 27 Oak. 
Parry George W, conductor G R & I R R, bds Windsor 

Hotel. 
Parry Wm S, traveling agent Carnahan, Hanna & Co, res 264 

W Wayne. 
Parsons Mary (wid Henry), bds 71 Baker. 
Passino George, res 226 E Lewis. 

Passino George, conductor G R & I R R, res 18 Samuel. 
Passino Joseph, machinist, res 405 Layfayette, 
Passino Peter, brakeman Penn Co, I'es 19 Jane. 
Passino Russell, machinist Penn Co, bds 405 Lafayette. 
Patee Wm H, painter, res 137 High. 
Paton, see Payton and Peyton. 
Patrick John W, traveling agent J C Peters, res 295 W 

Main. 
Patterson George, engineer Penn Co, res 299 Harrison. 
Patterson George A, machinist Penn Co, bds 30 Baker. 
Patterson Rhoda A (wid Samuel), bds 55 Wells. 
Patterson Robert B, boarding house 30 Baker. 
Patterson Thomas A, waiter S W Harmon, bds 125 W Jefferson. 
Patterson Wm M, painter E C Smith, rms 71 E Columbia. 
Patton George D, with Summit City Soap Co, res 106 E Main. 
Patton Jesse T, deputy city marshal, res 44 Hendricks. 
Patton Wm S (Patton & Smith), res 58 Brackenridge. 
Patton & Smith (Wra S Patton, George W Smith), contractors 

rear 58 Brackenridge. 
Paul Miss Annie, clerk A Mergentheim, bds 45 High. 
Paul Charles, watchman Rhinesmith & Simonson, res 45 High. 
Paul Charles jr, laborer Peters B & L Co, bds 45 High. 
Paul Charles A, clerk Horton Mnfg Co, bds 38 W Jefferson. 
Paul Frederick, laborer Penn Co, res 298 S Harrison. 
Paul Frederick jr, clerk C Schiefer & Son, res 204 Ewing. 
*Paul Henry C, President The Horton Manufacturing Co, 

and Contractor 21 W Columbia, res cor Wayne and 

Ewing. 
Paul Wm, res 38 W Jefferson. 

Paul Wm, upholsterer Peters' Box & Lumber Co, bds 45 High, 
Paul Wm P, bookkeeper rf C Paul, bds 38 W Jefferson. 
Pauley Edward, teamster Wilding & Son, bds 60 Williams. 
Pauley John, teamster Wilding & Son, bds 60 Williams. 
Pauley Thomas, bell boy Robinson House. 
Pauley Thomas, blacksmith Penn Co, res 60 Williams. 

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*Paulus Frank D, General Agent Buckeye Reapers, Mow- 
ers and Binders, Aultman & Taylor Threshers, and Dealer 
in Agricultural Implements 58 E Columbia, res 222 W 
Wayne. 

Paulsin Samuel, hostler A J Read, rms 18 W Wayne. 

Payne Miss Anna M, teacher Harmer School, bds 233 Lafayette. 

Payne John H, traveling agent G W Seavey, res 315 E Wayne. 

Payne Wm C, fii-eman G R & I R R, res 233 Lafayette. 

Payton, see also Peyton. 

Payton Charles E, brakemann Penn Co, bds Sullivan House. 

Payton Lewis (Payton & Chandler), res 75 W Washington. 

Payton Wm B, laborer, res 74 St Mary's ave. 

Payton & Chandler (Lewis Payton, George E Chandler), 
Physicians 52 Calhoun. [See adv, p 6.) 

Pearse, see also Pierce. 

Pearse Frank E, livery, res 19 Baker. 

Pearse James W, superintendent Citizens Street R R Co, res 
22 Chicago. 

*Pearse John C, livery 263 Calhoun, res 19 Baker. 

Pearson, see also Pierson. 

Pearson Mary, domestic 15 Baker. 

Peavey Fredei-iek L, switchman Penn Co, bds 37 Smith. 

Peck Solon L, res 148 W Wayne. 

Peek Henry, carpenter Bass F & M Works, res 20 Jones. 

Peeke Louisa, domestic 441 E Washington. 

Peipenbrink, see Piepenhrink and Pipenhrink. 

Peirce, see Pearse and Pierce. 

Pegg Catherine (wid Wm), bds 24 Huffman. 

Pegg Loren B, barber 138 Broadway, res 73 Wilt. 

Peltier Frank, brewer C L Centlivre, res nr brewery. 

*Peltier James C, Undertaker 17 W Wayne, res same. 
[See adv, hack cover.) 

Peltier Louis, assistant J C Peltier, res 49 E Lewis. 

Pelton Miss Hattie, teacher Westminster Seminary, bds 261 W 
Main. 

Pelz Abner, fireman Penn Co, res 38 Walnut. 

Pelz August, wiper Penn Co, res 40 Laselle. 

Pembroke Kate, laundress McKinnie House. 

Pembroke Mary, domestic 213 Barr. 

Penebaker Oliver F, printer Clarence Cook, bds 127 Holman. 

Penn Mutnal Life Insurance Co, Clark Fairbank 
General Agent 19 Court. [See right top lines.) 

Pennel John, brakeman G R & I R R, bds 33 DeWald. 

Pennock August, coachman 76 W Berry. 

Pennock Frederick M, manager S Pennock & Sons Co, res 
Kennett Square, Chester Co, Pa. 



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Portraits to order. 44 Calhoun Street. 

FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 323 



*Pennock S & Sons Co, Frederick M Pennock Manager, 
Manufacturers of the Pennock Improved, the Victor 
Reversible and the Daisy Road Machines and the Matchless 
Self-Actiniy Scraper 358 Calhoun. 

Pennoyer Frank, fireman Penn Co, res 202 Hanna. 

*Penilsylvailia Company, Operating Pittsburgh, Fort 
Wayne & Chicago Railway; C D Law Superintendent 
Western Division, J K McCracken Freight and Ticket 
Agent; Offices e s Clinton bet Holman and Railroad, Pas- 
senger Depot cor Calhoun and Railroad, Freight De^JOt 
cor Clinton and Railr. -ad. 

Pennsylvania House, cor N Calhoun and Superior, 

Pens Charles W, bender L Rastetter, res 68 Hendricks. 

Pens Henry D, engineer Fort Wayne Iron Works, res 107 
High. 

Pepe, see also Pape. 

Pepe Albert C, clerk A J Dittoe & Co, bds 66 E Columbia. 

Pepe Alj)lionse J, Saloon 14 E Columbia, res same. 

Pernot Peter H, recorder's office. 

Perrett Mrs Maria, janitor Hanna School, res 290 Hanna. 

Perrett Richard W, clerk, res 140 Wallace. 

Perrey Frank, blacksmith Louis Schwartz, bds 2 Oak. 

Perrey Joseph J, carpenter, res 2 Oak. 

Perriguay Peter, gardener, res s w cor New Haven road and 
Lombard. 

Perrin Ashley C, livery 62 E Wayne, res 162 same. 

Perrine Anne E (wid Wm H) res 29 Hough. 

Perrine Wm, brakeman Penn Co, bds 29 Hough. 

Perrott Scholastique (wid August), res 19 Samuel. 

Perry Aaron A, bricklayer, bds J T Perry. 

Peri-y Ballard V, mason, bds 280 Francis. 

Perry Bradley, stone ma>*on, res 230 Francis. 

Perry Ellen, domestic 179 Clinton. 

Perry Frederick, engineer Penn Co, res 164 W Wayne. 

Perry John T, bricklayer, res e s Fox 2 s of W Creighton 
ave. 

Perry Martha (wid John), res 164 W Wayne. 

Perry Ox-rin S, clerk W U Telegraph Co, bds Fleming 
House. 

* Perry Oscar L, Manager Western Union Telegraph Co 67 
Calhoun, bds Aveline House. 

Perry Joseph, carpenter Rhinesmith & Simonson, bds 164 W 
Wayne. 

Perry Wm W, carpenter Cochrane & Humphrey, res s s Sum- 
mit 1 w of McCulloch. 

Peterman Wm H, fireman Troy Steam Laundry, res 36 Elm. 

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*Peters Box & Lumber Co The, Charles Pape 
President, Treasurer and General Manager, Wm Fleming 
Vice-President, Wilson McQuiston Secretary, Manufactm*- 
ers Hardwood Lumber and Furniture; Office and Factory 
79 to 101 High, Furniture Salesrooms 19 W Main. {See 
adv, hack Jly.) 

Peters Charles A, bookkeeper, bds 152 E Berry. 

Peters Christian, laborer Penn Co freight depot, res 106 Chi- 
cago. 

Peters Elizabeth (wid Benedict), res 34 Hoffman. 

Peters Emil, stavemaker, l^ds 34 Hoffman. 

Peters Frederick H, sawyer J C Peters, res 22 Lavina. 

Peters Frederick R, machinist F W Iron Works, res 171 W 
Superior. 

Peters George, laborer, bds 34 Hoffman. 

Peters Jacob, shoemaker, res 62 Riverside ave. 

Peters John C, Manufacturer of Hardwood Lumber and 
Manager Horton Mnfg Co n w cor W Main and Osage, res 
232 W Wayne. 

Peters Peter, painter C S R R Co, bds 262 Calhoun. 

Peters Levi, laborer Camilla Schilling. 

Peters Simon J R, barber 125 Calhoun, res same. 

Peterson Charles, actionmaker Ft Wayne Organ Co, res 45 
Miner. 

Petgen Daniel, coppersmith Penn Co, bds 29 Hough. 

Petgen Frank, brakeman Penn Co, res 56 Melita. 

Petgen Frank, carriage trimmer L B Johns, bs 64 Melita. 

Petgen John H, tailor John Wasserbach, bds 64 Melita. 

Petgen Nicholas, clerk W, St L & P Ry, res 64 Melita. 

Petry Christian, bartender Darrow's Hotel. 

Pettit Wm \j, Assistant Cashier First National Bank, res 
141 W DeWald. 

Petty s George N, fireman Penn Co, res 270 Webster. 

Petty s John H, brakeman Penn Co, res 142 Barr. 

Petzinger Miss Carrie C, bds s s Pontiac opp Warsaw. 

Petzinger Charlotte M, bds s s Pontiac opp Warsaw. 

Petzinger Frederick L, boilermaker Penn Co, res s s Pontiac 
opp Warsaw. 

Petzold Jacob, brakeman G R & I R R, res 239 E Wayne. 

Peyton, see also Payton. 

Peyton John D, laborer Cochrane & Humphrey, bds cor Thomas 
and Grant. 

Pfeiffer Charles F, clerk Fleming Mnfg Co, bds 40 E 5th. 

Pfeiffor Clara, works Keller Medicine Co, bds 143 Wells. 

Pfeiffer Henry (Pfeiffer & Schlatter), res 386 E Wayne. 

Pfeiffer Lewis, butcher, res e s St Mary's ave 1 s of Spring. 



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Pfeiffer Louis M, fireman Penn Co, res 348 Hanna. 

Pfeiffer Mary, domestic 130 W Washington. 

Pfeiffer Philip, watchman, res 35 Maumee road. 

*Pfeiflfer & Schlatter (Henry Pfeiffer, Christian C 

Schlatter), Hardware and Farm Implements 38 and 40 E 

Columbia. 
Pf ester Peter, laborer, bds 46 E Columbia. 
Pfister Gottfried, laborer Weil Bros & Co, res 82 Hanna. 
Pfieger Caroline (wid George), res 76 Barr. 
Pfleger Carrie (wid Holt F), milliner Mrs M Koch, bds same. 
Pfleger George G, clerk C D Porter, bds 76 Barr. 
Pfleger Joseph, expressman, res n w cor Runnion ave and 

Mary. 
Pfleiderer Jacob, meatmarket 199 E Washington, res same. 
Pflightner Wm H, planer L Rastetter, bds 155 Jackson. 
Phee, see Fee. 

Phelan Philo D, blacksmith L B Johns, bds John Dennison. 
Phelps Miss Clara, teacher Jefferson School, bds 258 W Wayne. 
Phelps George, brakeman K Y, C & St L Ry, res 100 Frank- 
lin ave. 
Phelps Whitcomb, physician, res 525 E Wayne. 
Phelps Wm, machinist, res 106 Force. 
Phillabaum Alice, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 468 

Francis. 
PhiUabaum Harriet, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 168 

Francis. 
Phillabaum Jane A (wid John), res 168 Francis. 
Phillabaum Nettie (wid George M), res 14 Hoffman. 
Phillabaum Sarah (wid David), res 112 Wells. 
Philley Eli S, agent L S & M S Ry, res 50 E Berry. 
Philley Miss Emily, dressmaker, bds 63 W Superior. 
Philley Miss Hannah H, furnished rms 63 W Superior. 
Phillips Caroline (wid Barnard), res 121 W Main. 
Phillips Catherine (wid Michael), res 36 Brandriff. 
Phillips Evan J, clerk S Pennock & Sons, rms 23 W Lewis. 
Phillips Frank B, clerk Bass F & M Works, bds 121 W Main. 
Phillips Frederick, baker C Haffner, bds 37 W Berry. 
Phillips George, blacksmith E Fogerty, bds 5 Pearl. 
Phillips John, machinist W, St L & P Ry, bds 164 George. 
Phillips John M, brakeman G R & I R R, bds 36 Brandriff. 
Phillips John W, machinist W, St L & P Ry, bds 149 Griffith. 
Phillips Lucy (wid John J), bds 133 E Jefferson. 
Phillips Nellie, wrapper Summit City Soap Co, bds 525 E 

Wayne. 
Phillips Patrick H, teamster, bds 36 Brandriff. 
Phillips Simon P, brakeman Penn Co, res 18 Bass. 



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Phillips Wm, teacher, bds Austin's Hotel. 

Phillips Wm, stereotyper Newspaper Union, bds 118 Union. 

Phillips Wm, teamster C Haffner, bds 37 W Berry. 

Phipps Jacob T, brakeman N Y, C & St L Ry, res 94 W 
Superior. 

Phipps John A, conductor Penn Co, res w s Walton ave 3 s of 
Creighton ave. 

Phipps Robert, brakeman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds 94 W Superior. 

Phoenix Block, w s Calhoun n of Main. 

Pichon Alexander, bds 346 E Wayne. 

Pichon Sarah, domestic English Kitchen. 

Pickard C A & Co (Catharine A Piekard), Stoves, Tin- 
ware and House Furnishing Goods 29 E Columbia. 

Pickard Mrs Catharine A (C A Pickard & Co), res 106 E 
Washington. 

Pickard Harry R, clerk C A Pickard & Co, bds 106 E Wash- 
ington. 

Pickard Peter E, mngr C A Pickard & Co, bds 106 E Wash- 
ington. 

Pickard Thomas R, supt Bass F & M Works, res 106 E Wash- 
ington. 

Piehl John, laborer, res s s Wayne Trace 2 e of Walton ave. 

Piepenbrink, see also Pipenhrink. 

Piepenbrink Charles, gardener, res s of New Haven road, nr 
tollgate. 

Piepenbrink Christian, janitor Library Hall, res 314 E Wayne. 

Piepenbrink Ernst, laborer, bds Charles Piepenbrink. 

Piepenbrink Henry C, laborer, res 84 Lillie. 

Piepenbrink Louis, brakeman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds Tremont 
House. 

Piepenbrink Wm, laborer, res 82 Lillie. 

Pieper Frederick C, carpenter, res 214 W Jefferson. 

Pieper John F, machine hand W, St L & P Ry, res 71 W 
Jefferson. 

Pieper Miss Sophie, dressmaker, bds VI W Jefferson. 

Pierce, see also Pearce. 

Pierce Andrew W, painter J H Brimmer, res 217 E Washing- 
ton. 

Pierce Charles E, laborer, bds 515 E Lewis. 

Pierce Everett G, machinist Penn Co, res 515 E Lewis. 

Pierce Frank J (Pierce & Coverdale), res 41 2d. 

Pierce James S, carpenter, bds 41 2d. 

Pierce Ogden (F L Jones & Co), res Hoagland ave S Fort 
Wayne. 

*Pierce & Coverdale (Frank J Pierce, Asahel S Coverdale), 
grocers 24 Harrison. 



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FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 327 

Pierr Edward A, clerk M Pierr, bds 124 E Wayne. 

Pierr Jacob, clerk M Pierr, res 124 E Wayne. 

Pierr Mrs Margaret, bazaar 60^ Calhoun, 

Pierr Rose, milliner M Pierr, bds 124 E Wayne. 

Pierre Charles J, dry goods 69 Wells, res same. 

Pierre Joseph M, clerk Peter Pierre, bds 254 W Washington. 

Pierre Miss Kate, clerk Peter Pierre, bds 254 W Washington. 

Pierre Peter, dry goods 168 Broadway, res 254 W Washington. 

Pierr's Fair and Ladies Bazaar, QO^ Calhoun. 

Piei'son, see also Pearson. 

Pierson Calvin J, engineer Penn Co, res 155 Hanna. 

Pierson Jacob B, contractor, res 144 Maumee road. 

Pierson John C, fireman Penn Co, res 334 Calhoun. 

Pierson Nicholas, teamster C Koehler, bds w s Lafayette 3 s of 

Wiebke. 
Pierson Ulie L (wid John), dressmaker, res 153 Hanna. 
Pietz J Ferdinand, watches, clocks and jewelry 80 Calhoun, res 

20 Pine. 
Pike, see Pyhe. 

Pintel George, laborer Olds' Wagon Works, res 20 Smith. 
Pipenbrink, see also Piepenhrink. 

Pipenbrink Albert J, clerk City Hall, bds 48 W Washington. 
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 108 Harrison, res same, 
Pittman Wm, fireman F W, C & L R R, bds John Brendel, 
*Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne & Chicago Ry, Operated 

by the Pennsylvania Company, Office e s Clinton bet Hol- 

man and Railroad. {See Pennsylvania Company.) 
Pixley Frank, machine hand White's Wheel Works, bds 91 E 

Washington, 
Pixley George W (Pixley & Co), res 133 Wayne, 
Pixley Henry D (Pixley & Co), res Utica, NY. 
*Pixley & Co (Henry D and George W Pixley, Charles E 

Read, Robert H Parmelee), Clothing, Gents' Furnishing 

Goods and Hats and Caps 15 and 17 Court and 58 and 60 

Clinton. 
Platter George J, fireman G R & I R R, res s s Simon 1 e of 

Walton ave. 
Plattor Albert, conductor N Y, C & St L Ry, res 49 Grand. 
Pliett Charles, laborer BassF & M Works, res 213 John. 
Pliett Conrad, laborer Bass F & M Works, bds 213 John, 
Pliett Frederick, laborer P Koehler, bds same. 
Plock Bernard, engineer Penn Co, bds 204 W Jefferson. 



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Plock Charles W, hostler J C Brinsley, bds 63 W Main. 

Plock Elizabetli (wid Herman), res 204 W Jefferson. 

Plock Henry, fireman Penn Co, res 204 W Jefferson. 

Plock Herman, finisher Peters Box & Lumber Co, bds 204 

W Jefferson. 
Plogsterth John A, laborer, res cor Wayne Trace and New 

Haven road. 
Plogsterth Wm H, clerk Root & Co, bds cor Wayne Trace and 

New Haven road. 
Ploor Christian W, cabinetmaker Peters Box & Lumber Co, 

res 90 E Jefferson. 
Ploor Ellen (wid Frederick), bds 186 E Lewis. 
Pluegge Miss Henericka S, dressmaker 22 Fairfield ave, res 

same. 
Plumadore A Horton, clerk Root & Co, bds 32 E Wayne, 
Plumadore Wm M, boilerraaker Penn Co, res 40 Madison. 
Pluramer Charles, apprentice L B Johns, bds 213 E Wayne. 
Plummer Edwin F, foreman painter L B Johns, res 213 E 

Wayne. 
Plymouth Congregational Church, n w cor W Washington and 

Fulton. 
Poch Emil F, carpet weaver M E Poch, bds 165 Broadway. 
Poch Moritz E, carpet weaver 165 Broadway, res same. 
Poetsch Emma, domestic 119 W Wayne. 
Poetsch Fi'edei-ick, basketmaker, res 32 Pritchard. 
Poetsch Miss Magdalene, seamstress, bds 32 Pritchard. 
Pohl, see also Pahl. 

Pohl Annie, finisher Troy Steam Laundry, bds 76 Putnam. 
Pohl George, carpenter Penn Co, res 34 Buchanan. 
Pohlmann Christian, carpenter, res 170 Greeley. 
Pohlmeyer Frederick C, bricklayer, res 57 Baker. 
Polhamus Albert H, road foreman Penn Co, res 73 Dawson. 
Polharaus Albert Z, machinist Penn Co, res e s Monroe 4 s of 

Wallace. 
Polhamus Wm H, clerk Penn Co, bds 73 Dawson. 
*Police Headquarters, Hugh M Deihl chief, n e cor Court and 

Clinton. 
Polk R L & Co, Publishers Fort Wayne City Directory, 

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PoUitz Frederick, brickmaker Wm Miller, res 175 Gay. 
Poison Gustav, stonemason, res 92 Wilt. 
Poison Martin, laborer, res 99 Gay. 
Polzin Michael, laborer Penn Co, res 30 Force. 
Pomeroy Wm J M, paper hanger L O Hull, res 22 Pritchard. 
Pond Miss Mary L, teacher Ft Wayne Conservatory of Music, 
bds Westminster Seminary. 

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FOKT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 329 

Ponsot Emile, butcher, bds 105 Summit. 

Poole Emery O, engineer W, St L & P Ry, res 228 W Jefferson. 

Poole Frank H, bookkeeper Hamilton National Bank, res 191 
Griffith. 

Poole Thomas D, furniture 263 W DeWald, res same. 

Poole Thomas J, laborer, res 169 Gay. 

Pooley Emma (wid Frank), res 222 Lafayette. 

Pope James F, telegraph operator N Y, C & St L Ry, res 78 W 
Main. 

Popp Adam, Saloon and Pool-room 86 Barr, res 351 E 
Wayne. 

Porsch Wm, helper Bass F & M Works, res 142 W 3d. 

Porter Charles D, Druggist 108 Fairfield ave, res Geneva, 
Ind. 

Porter Elizabeth (wid Humphrey), res 39 Lavina. 

Porter John, clerk Alderman & Yarnelle, bds 12 Fleming 
House. 

Porter Lucinda (wid Alexander), bds 75 E Wayne. 

*Porter Miles F, physician 106 Fairfield ave, res same. 

Post Bernard L, pottery 284 W Main, res 293 same. 

Post Office, e s Court bet Main and Berry. 

Pothoff Wm (A Kalbacher & Co), res 170 E Washington. 

Potter Annie, waiter Tremont House. 

Potter Frank J, helper French, Hanna & Co, res s w cor Madi- 
son and Hanna. 

Potter George L, clerk Penn Co, bds 148 E Washington. 

Potter James W, clerk T J Nolton & Co, bds 46 W'Wayne. 

Potter John W, clerk T J Nolton & Co, bds 46 W Wayne. 

Potter John, machinist, res 30 Sherman. 

Potter Joseph L, contractor, res 130 Creighton ave. 

Potter Margaret J (wid Joseph), res 46 W Wayne. 

Potter Philip L, real estate and insurance 29 P O Bui' ding, res 
9 West. 

Potter Thomas, bridgeman Penn Co, res 8 Melita. 

Ponhon Britton, patternmaker, res e s Spy Run ave 2 n of 
bridge. 

Powers Emmet M (Powers & Barnett), res 156 E Wayne. 

Powers John A, res 156 E Wayne. 

*Powers & Barnett (Emmet M Powers, Abraham G Bar- 
nett), Bus, Hack and Baggage Line 16 E Wayne, 

Poyneer George W, physician 86 Calhoun, res same. 

Poyser George E, teamster, bds 184 W Jefferson. 

Poyser Henry J, machinist W, St L & P Ry, i-es 47 Miner. 

Poyser Hiram, foreman W, St L & P Ry, res 184 W Jefferson. 

Poyser Wm B, patternmaker W, St L & PRy,bds 184 W^ Jef- 
ferson. 

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Prange Anna, nurse 72 W Wayne. 

Prange Charles, laborer, bds e s Hanna s of limits. 

Prange Ferdinand, painter, bds 54 Wall. 

Prange Louis, wagonmaker Louis Schwartz, i-es 84 Barr. 

Pranger H Edward, carpenter, bds 226 E Washington. 

Pranger John H, carpenter, res 226 E Washington. 

Pranger John H jr, carpenter, bds 226 E Washington. 

Pranger Susan (wid Bernard), res 104 E Wayne. 

Pranger Thekia (wid Conrad), res 206 E Washington. 

Pranger Wm, tinner C A Scharf, bds 206 E Washington. 

Pratt Miss Abbie M, bds 14 Hoffman. 

Pratt Wra T, res 20 Douglas ave. 

Prentice Patrick, laborer, res 97 Baker. 

Prentiss Joseph R, res 90 Wells. 

Prentiss Peter, laborer Wm Moellering, bds Union House. 

Prescott Alvan S, traveling agent Rhinesmith & Simonson, bds 

s w cor Berry and Lafayette. 
Pressler George (Pressler & Wagner), res 52 W DeWald. 
Pressler John, Galvanized Iron Works 98 Barr, res 15 Baker. 
Pressler Rosa, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 52 E DeWald. 
Pressler & Wagner (Georsce Pressler, John Wagner), cai'pen- 

ters and builders w s Webster bet Butler and DeWald. 
Preston Bernard H, barber, res w s DeGroff 2 n of Burgess. 
Preston Wm B, clerk S Pen nock &Sons, rms 23 W Lewis. 
Price Jennie, domestic 51 W Berry. 
PricoMiss Emma, dressmaker, bds 58 Douglas ave. 
Prico Miss Mary, dressmaker, bds 58 Douglas ave. 
Prill August, raolder Bass F & M Works, res 30 Oliver. 
Priramel Wm J, cigarmaker L Dessauer & Co, bds 55 Douglas 

ave. 
Prince Charles A, bartender F Hake & Co, bds 115 Barthold. 
Prince Isaac, saloon 26 Wells, res same. 
Prince Thomas, machinist, res 115 Barthold. 
*Princess Roller Skating Rink, Foote & O'Connor proprs, s e 

cor W Main and Fulton. 
Prior Henry W, physician 18 E Columbia, res w a Grant ave 1 

8 of Washington. 
Pritchard Edward, teamster J W Ryan, res 211 Hoffman. 
Pritchard Thomas, molder Bass F & M Works, res w s Walton 

ave nr Pontiac. 
Probasco Aaron C, sec Fort Wayne Gas Light Co, res 30 Doug- 
las ave. 
Probasco Wm J, bookkeeper Ft Wayne Gas Light Co, res 19 

W Wayne. 
Proegler Carl, physician 46 Wall, res same. 
Pronger Lena (wid Wm H), res 5 Sturgis. 

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Provines Mrs Savina A, dressmaker 103 E Main, res same. 
Puff Adolph, jiainter Olds' Wagon Works, bds 125 E DeWald. 
Puff Charles B, shoemaker 338 Hanna, res same. 
Puff Edwin, machine hand White's Wheel Works, bds 125 E 

DeWald. 
Puff Robert, laborer Olds' Wagon Works, res 133 E DeWald. 
Puff Theresa (wid Charles), bds 133 E DeWald. 
Pullan Elizabeth (wid Joseph), bds 142 W Jefferson. 
Pullan J Arthur, clerk F W, C & L R R, bds 142 W Jefferson. 
Pulvermueller Mrs Henrietta, bds 129 Wells. 
Purcell Frank E, clerk B W Skelton, bds 289 W Washington. 
Purdy Theresa, domestic 251 W Main. 
Purman Algernon A, lawyer 1 and 2 Foster Block, res 109 W 

Washington. 
Pui'man Nathaniel N, blacksmith, res 155 High. 
Putnam Alvira L (wid Harvey M), res rear 115 E Wayne. 
Putz Jacob, tailor George Motz, res 145 Wells. 
Pyke Charles W, traveling agent, res 105 W Berry. 
Pyke Pullan, clerk L S & M C Ry, bds 142 W Jefferson. 
*Pyke WmH, Grocer 80 Calhoun, res 142 W Jefferson. 

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Quidor George, engineer W, St L & P Ry, bds 40 Wilt. 
Quidor Nathan K, engineer W, St L & Ry, res 40 Wilt. 
Quidor Sidney, laborer W, St L & P freight house, bds 40 Wilt.. 
Quinn Miss Catherine, teacher, bds 181 W DeWald. 
Quinn Daniel, fireman Bass F & M Works, res 44 Chicago. 
Quinn Edward, policeman, res 42 Chicago. 
Quinn James E, laborer, res 192 Lafayette. 
Quinn Miss Mary E, fancy goods 136 Fairfield ave, bds 181 W 

DeWald. 
Quinn Michael, laborer W, St L & P Ry, res 181 W DeWald. 
Quinn Patrick, helper W, St L & P Ry, res 122 Chicago. 
Quinn Thomas, engineer Penn Co, bds Harmon House. 

Raab Miss Amanda, milliner, bds 1V5 E Washington. 
Raab Frederick, laborer, res 1 75 E Washington. 
Raab Henry E, clerk J Raab, bds 112 W Jefferson. 
Raab Miss 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, res same. 

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Rabel Frederick, laborer, bds 69 Melita. 

Rabel Henry, bricklayer, res s e cor S Broadway and Indiana. 

Rabel Wm, brakeman Penn Co, bds 69 Melita. 

Rabus George, cutter John Rabus, bds 156 W Washington. 

Rabus Gust;ive A, cutter John Rabus, rras 29 W Wayne. 

Rabus John, Merchant Tailor 16 W Berry, res 156 W 
Washington. 

Rabus John F, cigar boxmake-, res 50 W 3d. 

Rabus Magdalena (wid Matthias), res 56 W 3d. 

Racht Albert, teamster, bds n s Killea 2 w of Calhoun. 

Racht Joseph, carpenter N G Olds & Sons, res n s Killea 2 w 
of Calhoun. 

Racht Nicholas A, carriage trimmer L B Johns, res 147 Cal- 
houn. 

Racine Aime, horse collarmaker cor 1st and N Cass, res 27 N 
Cass. 

Racine Frederick L, horse collar mnfr 36 N Cass, res 34 
same. 

Racine House, Gustave A Strodel Proprietor, n e cor N Cass 
and 1st. 

Racine Jacob F, collarmaker Aime Racine, res 124 N Cass. 

Racine John W, carpenter, bds 33 E 1st. 

Racine Virgil L, janitor Y M C A, bds Darrow Hotel. 

Rady David, engineer Penn Co, res 20 Bass. 

Raeff Mary, domestic 46 W Berry. 

Ragon Andrew, laborer, res 305 Hanna. , 

Rahe, see also Ray. . 

Rahe August, molder Bass F & M Works, res 45 Gay. 

Rahe Frank H, cigarmaker G Reiter, res 88 W JefiFerson. 

Rahe Henry, stonemason, res 445 Hanna. 

Rahe Henry F, machinist Bass F & M Works, bds 161 Broad- 
way. 

Rahe J Henry, furniture 34 Clinton, res 161 Broadway. 

Rahe Wm F, shipping clerk Louis Fox, bds 145 Broadway. 

Raidlich Miss Lizzie, bds 46 AV Berry. 

Raidy David, engineer Penn Co, res 20 Bass. 

Raifine Jonathan, laborer A Hattersley & Sons, res 200 Hanna. 

Raifsnyder Albert, yardmaster Penn Co, res 302 Harrison. 

Raifsnyder Jacob, res 82 Force. 

Raifsnyder Sylvester, engineer Bass F & M Works, res 128 
Montgomery. 

Railing, see also Reehlmg, Rehling, Reiling and Ruehling. 

Railing Lottie (wid Isaac), res 54 Barr. 

Railroad Young Men's Christian Association, D F Moore sec- 
retary, 245 Calhoun. 

Raiser George, laborer, res rear 46 W Berry. 

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Rambo Benjamin W, jeweler 4 Aveline House Block, res 124 
W Washington. 

Rambo Illion K, clerk B W Rambo, bds 124 W Washington. 

Ramm Louis, laborer N G Olds and Sons, res 312 Hanna. 

Ramsay Charles C, moldqr, res 55 E Berry. 

Ramsay Charles C jr, repairer E Shuman, bds 55 E Berry. 

Ramsay Peter, gardener, res e s Indiana ave s of limits. 

Ramsey Alonzo W, fireman Penn Co, res 21 Buchanan. 

Randall Alfred L, clerk F P Randall & Son, bds 115 E Main. 

Randall Charles, fireman N Y, C & St L Ry, res Union House. 

Randall Franklin M, deputy county surveyor, res 336 Broad- 
way. 

Randall Franklin P (F P Randall & Son), res 115 E Berry. 

Randall F P & Son (Franklin P and George E), Real 
Estate and Insurance Agents 24 Clinton. 

Randall George E (F P Randall & Son), bds 115 E Berry. 

Randall Irwin, clerk, bds 115 E Berry, 

Randall Perry A (Randall & Vesey), vice-pi'esident The Bick- 
ford Furniture Co, res n s Maple ave 3 w of Broadway. 

*Randall & Vesey (Perry A Randall, Wm J Vesey), 
Lawyers 5, 6, 7 and 8 Foster Block. 

Rank Christina, domestic 90 E Wayne. 

Rank Eli, laborer, res 86 Montgomery. 

Rank John, laborer, res n s Erie 2 w of Hanover. 

Rank Magdalene, wrapper Summit City Soap Co, bds n s Erie 
2 w of Havover. 

Rank Theresa, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds John Rank. 

Ranke Frederick, servant 98 E Berry. 

Ranke Henry (Ranke & Rehnen), bds 55 W Wayne. 

Ranke Herman, painter, res 68 Hendricks. 

Ranke Wra (Ranke & Yergens), res 127 W Washington. 

Ranke & Rehnen (Henry Ranke, Martin Rehnen), Sa- 
loon 77 Calhoun. 

Ranke & Yergens (Wm Ranke, Wm Yergens), stave manufac- 
turers s e cor W Superior and Griffith. 

Rankin, see also Reiiiking. 

Rankin Martha, domestic John C Peters. 

Ranney Ann C (wid Robert), res 67 N Cass. 

Ransom Lyman H, salesman Morgan & Beach, res 40 Garden. 

Ransom Newell H, manager Princess Skating Rink, bds 40 
Garden. 

Rapp Christian G, res 34 Taylor. 

Rapp Philip, helper W, St L & P Ry, res 37 Stophlet. 

Rapp Wilhemina (wid Wm), res w s Thompson ave 1 n of 
Huestis ave. 

Rapp Wm H, carpenter, res s s Boone 3 e of Centre. 



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Rappman Michael, butcher, res n s Boone 3 w of Osage. 

Raquet Christian (Krohne & Raquet), res 54 E Main. 

Raquet Peter, gunsmith C H Miller, res s w cor Archer and 
Meridian. 

Rasmus Jacob, trackman, bds 262 Calhoun. 

Rassat Alice (wid Charles), dressmaker, res 20 W Lewis. 

Rasser Frank, gardener Cathedral square. 

Rassert Frances, domestic 172 Clinton. 

Rastenburg Frederick, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 13 John. 

Kastetter Louis, Manufacturer of Buggy Bows s w cor S 
Broadway and P, F W & C Ry, res 246 S Broadway. 
{See adv, p 83.) 

Kath August, Veterinary Surgeon 109 Barr, res same. 

Rath Otto A, student Dr Wheelock, bds 109 Barr. 

Rathert Amelia, midwife 51 Wilt, res same. 

Rathert Frederick, brickmason, res 51 Wilt. 

Rathert Henry C, machine hand Penn Co, res 212 E Washing- 
ton. 

Rathert Henry C jr, clerk T F Thieme, bds 212 E Washington. 

Rathert Henry J, helper Penn Co, res 13 Summit. 

Rathert Wm H, clerk T F Thieme, bds 212 E Washington. 

Rathfon Frank, section hand W, St L & P Ry, res 68 Butler. 

Ratka Augusta, waiter Aveline House. 

Kau Casper, Dry Goods and Groceries 302 E Washington 
cor Harmer, res 299 same. 

Rau Charles, clerk Casper Rau, bds 299 E Washington. 

Rau Miss Emma, clerk Casper Rau, bds 299 E Washington. 

Rauh Miss Emma, clerk Stewart & Hahn, bds 49 N Cass. 

Rauh Gustave A, plasterer, res 49 N Cass. 

Rauh Miss Louise, teacher Hoagland School, bds 49 N Cass. 

Rauh Mathias H, clerk Root & Co, bds 49 N Cass. 

Rauner Alois, helper Penn Co, res 88 Laselle. 

Rauner Joseph, painter, res 126 Wilt. 

Rauner Miss Rose K, clerk S M Foster, bds 126 Wilt. 

Rawles Frank W, lawyer 19 Court, bds 152 E Berry. 

Rawley Andrew, blacksmith, res 139 Griffith. 

Rawley Bridget, cook McKinney House. 

Ray, see also Rahe. 

Ray Frank, gardener Charles A Hays. 

Ray Miss Matilda, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, res 55 E Main. 

Ray Philip, fireman N Y, C & St L Ry, res 38 Elm. 

Ray Miss Tillie, res s w cor St Mary's ave and Spring. 

Rayhouser Miss Addie T, stenographer Coombs & Co, bds R 
C F Rayhouser. 

Rayhouser Edgar W, helper Nickel Plate Ry, bds 180 Greeley. 

Rayhouser Gedaliah I Z, printer, res 180 Greeley. 



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FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 335 

Rayhouser Rufus C F, printer The Sentinel, res St Joe road 1 

mile n e of city limits, 
Rayle Patrick, fireman Penn Co, bds 415 Lafayette. 
Raymond George H, foreman L B Johns, res 195 Broadway. 
Read, see also Reed and lieid. 
Read Asahel J, livery 18 W Wayne, res 16 same. 
Read Charles E (Pixley & Co), res 25 Clay. 
Read Henry A, Livery Stable and Veterinary Surgeon 66 

Harrison, res 64 same. 
Reader, see Reeder and Reider. 

Ready Wm, laborer W, St L & P Ry, res 80 Hoagland ave. 
Rear James E, painter, res 34 Wall. 
Rear Jesse F, laborer, bds 36 Colerick. 

Rear Nicholas, carpenter W, St L & P Ry, res 36 Colerick. 
Reaser Annie, domestic 280 W Wayne. 
Reaser John J, carpenter, bds 320 W Main. 
Rebel Henry, mason Wm Moellering. 
Recker Clemens A, real estate, res 110 W Washington. 
Recker Clemens A jr, clerk, res 110 W Washington. 
Reddington John, gardener Wm T McKean. 
Reddy Winifred, chambermaid Aveline House. 
Redelsheimer David S (D S Redelsheimer & Co), res Monroe- 

ville, 
Redelsheimer D S & Co (David S Redelsheimer), overall mnfrs 

30 Clinton. 
Redelsheimer Sigmund, res 88 W Main. 
Redlich Henry (H & J Redlich), res Anahein, Cal. 
Redlich H & J (Henry and Joseph), boots and shoes 19 Calhoun. 
Redlich Joseph (H & J Redlich), bds Robinson House. 
Redlich Miss Lizzie, clerk A Mergentheim, bds cor Main and 

Calhoun. 
Redlich Solomon B, clerk H & J Redlich, bds Aveline House. 
Redmond Michael, butcher Eckart's Packing House, res n e cor 

W Main and Runnion ave. 
Reed, see also Read and Reid. 

Reed Clement C, caller P, F W & C Ry, bds 195 E Lewis. 
Reed Herbert L, clerk N Y, C & St L Ry, res 14 Clay. 
Reed James S, clerk S Freiburger & Bro, res 66 Wilt. 
Reed John, janitor Library Hall, res same. 
Reed John J, clerk, res 12 Sturgis. 
Reed Margaret (wid Isaac N), res w s S Wayne 2 s of W 

Creighton ave. 
Reed Mary, waiter 200 W Berry. 
Reed Wm D, coachman 141 W Berry. 
Reeder, see also Reider. 
Reeder Jacob, teamster, bds w s Lafayette 3 s of Wiebke. 

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Reeder John, plasterer, res 34 Hood. 

Reehling, see also Railing, Rehling, Reiling and Ruehling. 

Reehling Catherine (wid Conrad P), res 97 Madison. 

Reehling Conrad, engineer Penn Co, res 127 Wallace. 

Reehling John H, groceiy and provisions 220 Madison, res 222 
same. 

Reehling Wm, painter S W Hull, bds 127 Wallace. 

Reeps Charles F W, carpenter Penn Co, res 154 W DeWald. 

Reese Charles, grocer and city assessor 70 Barr, res 131 Mont- 
gomery. 

Reese Frederick C, clerk D N Foster Furniture Co, res 30 La- 
vina. 

Reffelt Charles, apprentice D N Foster Furniture Co, bds 235 
Madison. 

Reffelt Wm R, carpenter, res 235 Madison, 

Regedanz Charles, clerk Meyer Bros & Co, res 58 E Jefferson. 

Regel Ernst, butcher F Eckart, res 1 03 Barr. 

Regel Henry E, machinist Bass F & M Works, bds 103 Barr. 

Regel Herman, machinist Bass F & M Works, bds 103 Barr. 

Regel Mary (wid Henry), res 103 Barr. 

Regenouer Wm H, laborer, res 20 W 4th. 

Rehling, see also Railing, Reehling, Reiling and Ruehling. 

Rehling Ernst, foreman boilermaker W, St L & P Ry, res 161 
E Lewis. 

Rehling Frederick, blacksmith Olds' Wagon Works, 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, 

Rehling Louis, helper W, St L & P Ry, bds 126 Gay. 

Rehling Wm, bender White's Wheel Works, bds 354 E Wash- 
ington. 

Rehm Hermann F, laborer, res 75 Wall. 

Rehm Sophia (wid John), res 33 Charles. 

Rehnen Bernard, bookkeeper A C Trentman, res 64 W Wayne. 

Rehnen Henry, bricklayer, bds 64 W Wayne. 

Rehnen Martin (Ranke & Rehnen), bds 64 W Wayne. 

Rehrer Thomas J, engineer GR & I R R, res 156 Taylor. 

Reichardt John, boilermaker W, St L & P Ry, bds 122 Clay. 

Reid, see also Read and Reed. 

Reid Adam D, blacksmith, res 6 Lavina. 

Reid Charles S, engineer Penn Co, res 209 Barr. 

Reid Claude L, clerk T W Ahern, bds n w cor 1st and Harrison. 

Reid Clement C, caller Penn Co, bds 6 Lavina. 

Reid Frederick C (Kyle & Reid), bds 92 W Berry. 

Reid Wm, bds 182 Greeley. 



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Reidel, see Riedel. 

Reider, see also Header and Reeder. 

Reider Christina (wid F Wm), res 148 Taylor. 

Reidmiller, see Riedmiller. 

Reidt, see also Wright. 

Reidt Bernard H, fireman Penn Co, bds 407 E Lewis. 

Reidt John B, fireman G R & I R R, res 365 E Lewis. 

Reidt John H, fireman Penn Co, res 88 Summit. 

Reidt J Herman, res 407 E Lewis. 

Reidt J Herman jr, clerk Penn Co, bds 407 E Lewis. 

Reidt Wm J, machinist F W, C & L R R, bds 407 E Lewis. 

Reiff Mary (wid George), res 30 Butler. 

Reifine Jonathan, laborer, res rear 200 Hanna. 

Reiger Henry, laborer Alex McKernan, bds Erick Richter. 

Reiling, see also Railing, Reehling, Rehling and Ruehling. 

Reiling August, locksmith 66 Pearl, res 70 same. 

Reiling August W, machinist Jenney Electric Light Co, res 387 

E Washington. 
Reiling Edith, domestic 340 W Jefferson. 

ReilingFrederick, carpenter Street Commissioner, res 111 Wilt. 
Reiling Frederick jr, sawyer Hoffman Bros, res 1 West. 
Reiling Henrietta, ironer Troy Steam Laundry, bds 70 Pearl. 
Reiling Meinhard F, blacksmith A Reiling, bds 70 Pearl, 
Reilini; Wm, apprentice Jenney Electric Light Co, bds 387 E 

Washington. 
Reilly, see also Riley. 

Reilly James A, dairyman, res w s Walton ave 3 s of E Lewis. 
Reilly Laban J, fireman Penn Co, res 228 Lafayette. 
Reilly Peter, engineer Penn Co, res 209 Barr. 
Reimar Mary, domestic Windsor Hotel. 
Reineke Frederick J, u})holsterer D N Foster Furniture Co, 

res 181 E Jefferson. 
Reinemeyer John D, blacksmith Olds' Wagon Works, res 71 

Oakley. 
Reinewald George A, cigar mnfr 178 Calhoun, res 328 S Har- 
rison. 
Rpinewalcl Henry W, Druggist 286 Calhoun, res 328 

Harrison. 
Reinewald Henry W, laborer, res 338 E Wayne. 
Reinewald Henry W, driver, bds 338 E Wayne. 
Reinewald John M, saloon 288 Calhoun, res 82 Williams, 
Reinewald Rudolph C, foreman G A Reinewald, bds 328 S 

Harrison. 
Reinewald Wm, cigarmaker G Reiter, bds 338 E Wayne. 
Reinewald Wm F, laborer W, St L & PRy, res 328 S Harrison, 
Reinewald Wm H, bartender J M Reinewald, bds 71 Melita. 

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Reinhardt, see also Rinehart. 

Reinhardt John, fireman Penn Co, bds 10 Pontiac. 

Reinhardt Louisa (wid John), res 1 Pontiac. 

Reinhardt Stephen, laborer Bass F & M Works, bds 370 E 
Washington. 

Reinhart Aloys ius A, cashier Fruit House, bds 256 E Wash- 
ington. 

Reinhart Henry, brickmaker J A Koehler, bds w s Lafayette 
s of limits. 

Reinhart Mary, tailoress N B Young & Co, bds 256 E Wash- 
ington. 

Reinhart Matthias, helper Penn Co, res 256 E Washington. 

Reinhold Louis, laborer, res 506 Hanna. 

Reiuiche Julian, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 68 Laselle. 

Reiiikensmeier Christian F, Grocer I4i Broadway, 
res 217 W Jefferson. 

Reinking, see also Rankin. 

Reinking Amelia, domestic 264 W Wayne. 

Reinking Augusta, domestic 108 E Berry. 

Reinking Ernst G, carpenter, res 59 Brackenridge. 

Reinking Wm, carpenter, res 155 Creighton ave. 

Reinking Wm, laborer W, St L & P Ry, res 47 Wilt. 

Reins Gustave A, painter M L Albrecht, bds 123 Calhoun. 

Reiter Frederick, res 92 W Jefferson. 

Reiter George, cigar mnfr 30 Calhoun, res same. 

Reiter Henry, laborer Hoffman Bros, res Rothschild's farm. 

Reiter John, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 158 Griffith. 

Reiter John H, truckman, res 54 Wall. 

Reiter Mary, domestic 64 Harrison. 

Reiter Theresa (wid Anthony), bds 24 Locust. 

Reiter Wm, carpenter W, St L & P Ry, res 49 Wall. 

Reiter Winfield S, cigarmaker G Reiter, bds 260 E Jefferson. 

Reitnouer Jacob F, driver Adams Ex Co, bds 42 Allen. 

Reitnouer Jeremiah B, laborer, res 42 Allen. 

Reitnouer Mai-garet (wid Peter), res 42 Allen. 

Reitze Miss Augusta G, teacher Washington School, bds 255 
W Wayne. 

Reitze Gertrude (wid Tobias), res 255 W Wayne. 

Reitze Wm F, teller The Old National Bank, res 286 W Wash- 
ington. 

Rekers Benjamin, clerk G Rekers, bds 114 W Washington. 

Rekers Bernard J, carpenter, res 122 Ewing. 

Rekers Charles E, clerk W R Durfee, bds 114 W Washington. 

Rekers Clemence A, real estate agent, res 110 W Washington. 

Rekers Clemence A jr, clerk L C Zollinger, bds 110 W Wash- 
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Rekers Frank H, tailor 37 W Berry, res 110 W Washington. 

Rekers Gerhard, grocer 116 W Washington, res 114 same. 

Rekers Wm, wood worker, res 14 Fairfield ave. 

Remraert Hermann, laborer, res 30 W 3d. 

Remmert Herman J, asst supt Kerr-Murray Mnfg Co, res 157 
W Washington. 

Rempke, see Roenibke and JRombke. 

Remus Julius E, peddler, res 442 S Broadway. 

Renaud Emile, laborer C L Centlivre, res nr brewery. 

Renfrew Benton B, machinist Penn Co. res 272 W Jefferson. 

Renfrew Miss Mary A, bds 41 Force. 

Renfrew Ray K, laborer Penn Co, res 41 Force. 

Renfrew Robert G, foreman N G Olds & Sons, res 79 Bracken- 
ridge. 

Renken Christian, laborer Penn Co, res 23 Hough. 

Renner George A, trav agent Keil & Bro, bds Robinson 
House. 

Renney Wm H, painter S W Hull, res 43 Baker. 

Rensman Bernard, clerk A C Trentman, res 47 Walnut. 

Rentschler Annie, domestic 46 Wall. 

Rentschler Charles F, watchman Penn Co, res 88 W De- 
Wald. 

Rentschler David, laborer Penn Co, res 48 Wall. 

Rentschler Lottie, domestic 29 W Lewis. 

Renz Adam, laborer Street Commissioner, res 257 E Washing- 
ton. 

Renz Alexander J, clerk G DeWald & Co, bds 257 E Wash- 
ington. 

Repine John, laborer N G Olds & Sons, res 57 Smith. 

Repp Emma (wid Christian), bds 106 Barr. 

Retel Ernest, butcher Eckart's Packing House, bds 103 Barr. 

Retzinger Christian, res 35 Putnam. 

Reuss John B, traveling agent C L Centlivre, res n end Spy 
Run ave. 

Rex Henry W, laborer P Koehler, bds Paul Koehler. 

Rey, see Ray. 

Reynolds Mrs Anna, res s s Maumee road 2 e of DuBois. 

Reynolds Clifford H, tinner, bds 69 Smith. 

Reynolds Mrs Flora, res 115 Lafayette. 

Reynolds Frank, art decorator, res 113 E Washington. 

Reynolds Harry, iron worker John Pressler, bds 106 Barr. 

Reynolds Wm J, actionmaker Ft Wayne Organ Co, bds 75 
Douglas ave. 

Rhine Christian, blacksmith, res 5 Jones. 

Rhine John, dairy e s Walton ave s of Pontiac, res same. 

Rliinesmith Elizabeth (wid George) res 231 W Wayne. 

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Rhinesraith George, shipping clerk Rhinesmith & Simonson, 
bds 281 W Wayne. 

Rhinesmith John (Rhinesmith & Simonson), res 231 W Wayne. 

*Rhiiiesiiiith & Simonson (John Rhinesmith, James 
H Simonson), Lumber, Sash, Doors, Blinds and Planing 
Mill s w cor Lafayette and W, St L & P Ry. 

Rhoades Daniel (col'd), barber S J R Peters, bds 125 Calhoun. 

Rhbades Frederick, stonecutter, res 131 W Main, 

Rhoades George, barber, res 139 Montgomery. 

Rhoades Mary (wid Samuel), res 32 Oliver. 

Rhodes Chapman (col'd), brakeman Penn Co, res 272 E Wayne. 

Rhodes Charles (col'd), coachman, bds 292 E Wayne. 

Rhodes Daniel W, fireman Penn Co, res e s Walton ave 3 s of 
Creighton ave. 

Rhodes George (Futter & Rhodes), res IVO Francis. 

Rhodes Oscar, brakeman G R & I R R, res 29 Hough. 

Rhodes Robert (col'd), brakeman Penn Co, res 153 Hanna. 

Rhodes Wm, machinist Penn Co, res 113 Holman. 

Riblet Frank E, clerk Root & Co, rms e s Harmer 3 s of Madi- 
son. 

Rice Benjamin F, Feed Store and Grocery 16 W Colum- 
bia, res s s Pontiac opp Smith. 

Rice Robert, painter, bds 16 Chicago. 

Rich Edwin, Meatmarket 17 W Berry, res 25 W Jeff erson. 

Richard Catherine, seamstress Hoosier MnfgCo, bds 148 Smith. 

Richard Christian G, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 7 Oak. 

Richard David J, laborer Kerr-Murray Mnfg Co, res 148 Smith. 

Richard James C, barber O P Herbert, bds 148 Smith. 

Richard John B, helper Penn Co, res 82 Force. 

Richard Joseph D, rimraer N G Olds & Sons, bds 148 Smith. 

Richard Philip T, foreman N G Olds & Sons, res 218 E Wash- 
ington. 

Richard Sylvester W, teamster Cochrane & Humphrey, res 178 
W Washington. 

Richards Andrew K, machinist, res 59 W Superior. 

Richards Catherine W (wid Wm C), res w s S Calhoun 1 s of 
Leith. 

Richards Mrs Eliza, res n s New Haven 2 from Wayne Trace. 

Richards Elwood A, carriage painter City Carriage Works, bds 
s w cor Calhoun and Leith. 

Richards George C, superintendent Fort Wayne City Bill Post- 
ing Co, res 103 Barr. 

Richards Jennie (wid Silas), res 40 Wells. 

Richards Joseph, clerk Wm H Miller, bds 59 W Superior. 

Richaids Louis, brakeman Penn Co, res 92 Chicago. 

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Richards Louisa (wid Henry), res 107 High. 

Richards Rupert, clerk Wm H Miller, res 59 W Superior. 

Richardson Mrs Hannah, boarding house 309 W Jefferson. 

Richardson James A, leamster T A Richardson, bds 309 W 
Jefferson. 

Richardson Thomas A, wood s e cor College and Jones, res 11 
Jones. 

Richey Amos, traveling agent, res 87 W Main. 

Richie Charles, spoke driver N G Olds & Sons, bds Harmon 
House. 

Rich's Hotel, A McClure Proprietor, n e cor Calhoun and 
Douglas ave. 

Richter Erick, brickmaker Alexander McKernan, res s of New 
Haven road nr tollgate. 

Ridley Daniel, barber 52 Barr, res same. 

Ridley John R (col'd), barber 32 E Columbia, res same. 

Riedel Catherine, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 96 Barr. 

Riedel George, helper Penn Co, res cor Force and Pontiac. 

Riedel John, laborer Penn Co, bds s e cor Force and Pontiac. 

Riedel John, teacher St Paul's German Lutheran School, res 
190 Barr. 

Riedmiller Charles, teamster Roth & Keller, res 91 W Main. 

Riedmiller John M, proprietor Buckeye Bottling Works, s e 
cor Taylor and Eagle, res same. 

Riedmiller John M jr, laborer J M Riedmiller, bds same. 

Riegel Alexander, bartender H H Hammill, rms 6 E Columbia. 

Riehl Edward, painter ^Y, St L t% P Ry, res 33 John. 

Riehl Edward jr, painter W, St L & P Ry, res 21 Force. 

Riehl Frank, barber 312 W Main, res same. 

Rieke Henry S, Avagon maker 116 W Main, res 74 Baker. 

Rieke Wm, wagonmaker H S Rieke, res 3 Lavina. 

Rieker, see also Hiker. 

Rieker Jacob, coachman 72 W Wayne. 

Rieraan August C, porter A C Trentman, res 278 E Washing- 
ton. 

Rieman Calvin K, collector The Gazette, bds 141 W Berry. 

Ries Philip A, tailor, res 365 E Washington. 

Rietdorf Miss Anna, bds w s Fairfield ave 1 n of Rudisill's 
ave, 

Rietdorf Ernest, cabinetmaker Ft Wayne Organ Co, res w s 
Fairfield ave 1 n of Rudisill's ave. 

Riethmiller August (G Riethmiller & Son), res s e cor S Broad- 
way and Taylor. 

Riethmiller George (G Reithmiller & Son), res 28 Lavina ave. 

Riethmiller George & Son (George and August), grocery and 
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Riethmiller John G, laborer Penn Co freight depot, res cor 

Taylor and Lavina. 
Rifle John, laborer, res e s S Broadway s of limits. 
Riker, see also Rieker. 

Riker Mrs Almira, mati'on The Fort Wayne College. 
Riker Edward G, clerk Penn Co, bds Mrs Almira Riker. 
Riley, see also Reilly. 

Riley Peter W, teamster John Wilson & Sons,, bds 179 Hanna.. 
Riley Wm H, engineer, res 65 W Superior. 
Riling, see Reiling. 
Rinehart, see also Rehihardt. 

Rinehart Calvin, wheelfacer N G Olds & Sons, bds 80 Put- 
nam. 
Rinehart Isaac, laborer L S & M S Ry, res 80 Putnam. 
Rinehart Joseph S, bds 80 Putnam. 
Rinewald, see Reineioald. 

Rippe Charles E, hostler Rippe & Son, bds 91 Walt. 
Rippe Charles PI, boiler maker Bass P& M Works, res 68 Oak-^ 

ley. 
Rippe Christian (Rippe & Son), res 91 Wilt. 
Rippe Christian H, carpenter Cochrane & Humphrey, res 89 

Wilt. 
Rippe Frederick, mason, res 176 Madison. 
Rippe Frederick C (Rippe & Son), res 12 West. 
Rippe Frederick W, carpenter Penn Co, res 56 Wall. 
Rippe Mary, domestic 312 E Jefferson. 
Rippe Wm, carpenter Penn Co, res 9 Jones. 
Rippe Wm jr, carpenter Penn Co, res 56 Wall. 
*Rippe & Son (Christian and Frederick C), livery and boardi- 

ing stables 84 and 86 Broadway. 
Risch Philip, porter Robinson House. 
Rissing August, shoemaker E Vordermark & Sons, rms 28: 

Calhoun. 
Rissing John H, cabinetmaker D N Foster Furniture Co, res 

123 High. 
Rissing Magdalene (wid John), bds 123 High. 
Ritter Eliza (wid Henry), bds 19 Williams. 
Ritter Jacob, machinist Penn Co, res 116 E Creighton ave. 
Roach, see Roche. 

Robb Wm, bricklayer, res 115 Taylor. 
Robbe Alphonse F, bottler F Hake & Co, res 95 E Main. 
Robbins Charles, clerk Isaac Wile & Co, bds 23 Grand. 
Robbins John E, constable 13 E Main, res 20 Murray. 
Robbins John L, machinist N G Olds & Sons, bds 20 Murray. 
Roberts Charles, fireman Penn Co, res 206 Hanna. 
Roberts Emma, waiter Aveline House. 

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Roberts George I, woodworker Horton Mnfg Co, res 392 Cal- 
houn. 

Roberts Wm R (col'd), barber A Bass, bds same. 

Robertson Henry J, brakeman Penn Co, res 83 Baker. 

Robertson Louisa (wid Wra G), res 86 Brackenridge. 

Robertson Nicholas A, student, bds 179 W Berry. 

Robertson Robert, blacksmith Olds' Wagon Works, res 32 
Charles. 

Robertson Robert S, Lawyer 62 Calhoun, res 179 W 
Berry. 

Robertson Walter W, laborer, bds 86 Brackenridge. 

Robinson Frank, fireman Nickel Plate Ry, bds isl^ Burgess. 

Robinson Frank P, painter, res 14 Lafayette. 

Robinson George W, brakeman G R & I R R, res 89 Wells. 

Robinson Henry H, bds Robinson House. 

*Robinson House, Harrison opp Columbia. 

Robinson Isabella (wid David A), res 62 Madison. 

Robinson James M, Attorney-at-Law, rms 1 and 2 Mer- 
gel's Block 8 w cor Callioun and Main, res 62 Madison. 

Robinson Jesse S, laborer, res 77 St Mary's ave. 

Robinson Marian, waiter Robinson House. 

Robinson Mary (wid James), bds Robinson House. 

*Robinson The, Richard Rossington Proprietor, Harrison 
head of Columbia. 

Robinson Wm L, raolder Bass F & M Works, res 7 Savannah. 

Robison Lydia S (wid Irving), bds 50 W Superior. 

Robison Mrs Rachael, res w s AUiger 1 s of Maumee road. 

Roche David J, helper W, St L & P Ry, res 23 Colerick. 

Roche James, helper W, St L & P Ry, res 60 Baker. 

Roche Mamie, works Keller Medicine Co, bds 60 Baker. 

Roche Nicholas, carriage trimmer L B Johns, bds Hedekin 
House. 

Rocholl Eugene A, clerk MrsM O Rocholl, res 255 E Lewis. 

Rocholl Matilda O (wid Morris A), grocer 25S E Lewis, res 
same. 

Rocholl Theodore J, barber, bds 253 E Lewis. 

Rocholl Valentine C, blacksmith B H Baker, bds 253 E Lewis. 

Rockeman Christian H, night fireman N G Olds & Sons, res 143 
Wallace. 

Rockenfield George W, sawyer Hoffman Bros, bds Commercial 
House. 

Rockfellow John W, brakeman Nickel Plate Ry, res 109 Wells. 

Rockhill Charles S, fireman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds 77 W Su- 
perior. 

Rockhill Emily (wid Wm), res 295 W Wayne. 

Rockhill Wm W, City Clerk City Hall, res 71 W Wayne. 

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Rodabaugh Adam, watchman Penn Co, res 311 Harrison. 

Rodabailgh John F, Lawyer 60 Calhoun, res 309 Harri- 
son. 

Rodabaugh Thomas J, foreman Penn Co, res 175 Griffith. 

Rodeheaver Miss Flora, clerk N G Olds & Co, bds 135 Creigh- 
ton ave. 

Rodeheaver Henry, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 182 W 
Creighton ave. 

Rodeheaver Horace S, shipping clerk N G Olds & Sons, res 107 
Fairfield ave. 

Rodeheaver Wm H, foreman N G Olds & Sons, res 182 W 
Creighton ave. 

Rodemeier Frederick, teamster N G Olds & Sons, res 325 E 
Washington 

Rodemeier Frederick jr, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 325 E 
Washington. 

Rodenbeck Charles, clerk C H Buttenbender, bds 168 E Lewis. 

Rodenbeck Charles, helper Penn Co, bds 147 Madison. 

Rodenbeck Charles W, boilermaker W, St L & P Ry, bds 67 
Madison. 

Rodenbeck Christian, carpenter Penn Co, res 513 E Lewis. 

Rodenbeck Conrad, helper Bass F & M Works, res 168 E Lewis. 

Rodenbeck Delia, domestic 72 W Wayne. 

Rodenbeck Miss Emma, liairworker Emma Casey, bds 67 Madi- 
son. 

Rodenbeck Frederick H, boilermaker Bass F & M Works, res 
210 E Jefferson. 

Rodenbeck Frederick J, clerk Root &Co, bds 67 Madison. 

Rodenbeck Henry, blacksmith Bass F & M Works, res 345 E 
Lewis. 

Rodenbeck Henry, teamster D Tagtmeyer, bds 77 W Superior. 

Rodenbeck Mena, domestic 119 E Wayne. 

Rodenbeck Minnie, domestic 77 W Wayne. 

Rodenbeck Sophia, domestic 89 W Berry. 

Rodenbeck Wm, helper W, St L&P Ry, res 67 Madison. 

Rodenbeck Wm C F, harnessmaker F Hilt, bds 67 Madison. 

Rodenbeck Wm F, apprentice Penn Co, bds 168 E Lewis. 

Rodenbeck Wm H F, blacksmith W, St L & P Ry, res 18 Jones. 
Rodenberg Henry, laborer Penn Co, bds 59 Gay. 
Rodenberg Wm, boltmaker Penn Co, bds 59 Gay. 
Roderick Wm O, brakeman, res 9 Buchanan. 
Jlodewald Mary, domestic 91 W DeWald. 
Rodgers, see also Rogers. 
Rodgers Emily, domestic 151 Ewing. 

Rodhart Henry, machine hand Penn Co, res 212 E Washing- 
ton. 

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Roebel Gustav, shoemaker 80 Fairfield ave, res Park's addition 
w s river nr Count}' House. 

Roebuck Asa, laborer Penn Co freight depot, res 19 Purman. 

Roeger Charles, saloon 22 W Main, res same. 

Roehling John, watchman, res 93 Smith. 

Roehrs Henry, expressman, res 261 W Jefferson. 

Roehrs Margaret (wid Henry), bds 261 W Jefferson. 

Roelle G Frank, policeman, res 19 E Washington. 

Roelle Jacob, machinist W, StL & P Ry, res 154 Calhoun. 

Roelle Peter, res 156 Calhoun. 

Roelle Susan (wid Francis), res 156 Calhoun. 

Roembke, see also Mombke. 

Roembke August, helper W, St L & P Ry, res 75 Wilt. 

Roembke August H, clerk Root & Co, bds 15 Wilt. 

R(jerabke E Hans, helper Penn Co, res 100 Smith. 

Roembke Frederick, carpenter Hoffman Bros, res 81 Wall. 

Roembke Frederick H, clerk G Niemann, res 57 Wall. 

Roembke Frederick H C, machine hand Olds' Wagon Works, 
bds 57 Wall. 

Roembke Henry, blacksmith Penn Co, res 169 Holman. 

Roembke Henry, laborer Olds' Wagon Works, res 289 W Jef- 
ferson. 

Roembke Henry J E, janitor Court House, res 75 West. 

Roemer, see also Ronier. 

Roemer Charles, teamster, res s s Wayne Trace 6 from Walton 
ave. 

Roemermann, see Iiomei'))ia7m. 

Roepke Charles W, peddler, res 21 Barthold. 

Roepke Frederick, laborer Wm Moellering, bds 21 Barthold. 

Roesener C H Frederick, clerk JAM Storm, res 35 Stophlet. 

Roesener Henry F J, blacksmith, res 61 Stophlet. 

Roesener Henry F W, blacksmith s w cor Taylor and Broad- 
way, res same. 

Roesler Michael, laborer J M Riedrailler, bds same. 

Rogers, see also Rodf/ers. 

Rogers Alexander P, laborer, res 215 Hanna. 

Rogers Azel A, news dealer Post Office Building, res 79 W 
Main. 

Rogers A Lincoln, draughtsman Bass F & M Works, bds 64 E 
Jefferson. 

Rogers Mrs Belle, housekeeper 113 W Berry. 

Rogers Edgar D, clerk Kerr-Murray Mnfg Co, bds 79 WMain. 

Rogers Elmer H, engineer Penn Co, res 17 Samuel. 

Rogers Frank, laborer, bds 215 Hanna. 

Rogers James, superintendent bridges Nickel Plate Ry, rms 
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Rogers Nora (wid Alanson), seamstress, res 162 E Jefferson. 

Rogers Paul, saloon, res 22 W Main, 

Rogers Thomas C, treasurer N G Olds & Sons, res 64 E Jef- 
ferson. 

Rogers "Warren, brakeman Penn Co, bds 215 Hanna. 

Rogers Wm H, boilermaker Penn Co, res 162 E Lewis. 

Rogge August, laborer Penn Co, bds 52 McClellan. 

Rogge Frederick W, car repairer Nickel Plate Ry, res w s 
Jackson 1 s of Water. 

Rogge Mary, St Joseph's Hospital. 

Rogge Wni, laborer Hoffman Bros, bds F W Rogge. 

Rogge Wm R, foreman W, St L & P Ry, res 52 McClellan. 

Rohan, see also Roioan. 

Rohan John H, foreman finishers Ft Wayne Organ Co, res s w 
cor Fairfield ave and Wayne. 

Rohlar Anna, domestic 46 W Superior. 

Rohlfink Edward, dairyman, res w s Thomas opp Maud. 

Rohlmann Miss Elizabeth, janitor West German School, bds 51 
W Washington. 

Rohlmann Elizabeth S (wid Wm), res 51 W Washington. 

Rohlmann George F, apprentice L B Johns, bds 51 W Wash- 
ington. 

Rohlmann Henry F, painter Penn Co, bds 51 W Wasliington. 

Rohrbach John, laborer Coombs & Co, res 45 Maumee road. 

Rohrer Frank, cigarmaker H W Ortmann, bds 36 Wells. 

Rohrer Jacob, coUarmaker, bds 36 Wells. 

Rohrer John, chairmaker, res 36 Wells. 

Rohrer Mary, folder Ft Wayne Sentinel, bds 36 Wells. 

Rohrer Wm, helper F W, C & L R R, res 33 N Calhoun. 

Rohs Henry B (Rohs & Eme), res n w cor Washington and 
Walton ave. 

Rohs & Eme (Henry B Rohs, Claude F Erne), dry goods 13 E 
Columbia. 

Rohyans Christian, driver engine Fire Department, rms Fire 
Hall. 

Rohyans Gesiua (wid Christian), res n s Summit 3 w of Mc- 
Culloch. 

Rohyans .Tohn N, clerk Penn Co, res 370 E Lewis. 

Rolape Angeline (wid John), res 157 E Washington. 

Rolape Miss Annie, dressmaker, bds 157 E Wasliington. 

Rolape Benjamin H, machine hand Rhinesinitli & Simonson, 
bds 157 E Washington. 

Rolape John B (Hortsmann & Rolape), bds 157 E Washington. 

Rolf August W, laborer, bds 53 Wall. 

Rolf Frederick A, bricklayer, res 53 Wall. 

Rolf Wilhelmina (wid Conrad), bds 35 Stophlet. 



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rUr I IIM" I I r LO cor. Calhoun and Columbia Sts. 

FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 347 

Rolshausen Henry, cigarraaker A N Ehle, bds 165 Jackson. 

Rolson Dell (col'd), barber 272 Calhoun, res 54 Barr. 

Romary Armand, laborer, res n w cor Cochrane and Coombs. 

Romary Joseph A, clerk Morgan & Beach, bds 885 E Wayne. 

Romary Joseph J, clerk Morgan & Beach, res 385 E Wayne. 

Rombke, see also Hoembke. 

Rombke Henry, broommaker 68 Madison, res same. 

Rombke Herman E, painter Olds' Wagon Works, bds 68 Madi- 
son. 

Rombold Lena (wid Gottlieb), res 55 Wilt. 

Romer, see also Roemer. 

Romer Rev Charles H, assistant St Mary's Church, res 134 E 
Jeiferson. 

Romermann Henry, blacksmith, res 143 Broadway. 

Romermann Henry jr, fireman Penn Co, bds 143 Broadway. 

Romey Edward, laborer Wm Moellering, res n w cor Wiebkfr 
and Lafayette. 

Romig Eugene, fireman G R & I R R, bds 49 Baker. 

Romy Charles M, laborer W, St L & P freight house, res 148 
Maumee road. 

Romy Robert L (Torrence & Romy), res 243 W Washington. 

Rondot Bertie, domestic 54 W Wayne. 

Rondot Charles A, foreman Nickel Plate Ry, res n s Mary 1 w 
of Runnion ave. 

Rondot Eugene, fireman G R & I R R, res 38 Hough. 

Rondot Joseph E, fireman Penn Co, res 32 Summit. 

Rondot Julius, engineer G R & I R R, bds 33 Williams. 

Roney Julia (wid John), bds 326 E Wayne. 

Ronk Wm, brakeman Penn Co, bds Nave House. 

Root Darwin S, clerk, bds 269 W Wayne. 

Root Herbert V, lumber dealer, res 43 Harraer. 

Root Lewis B (Root & Co), res 113 W Main. 

Root Vandorn, trav agent, res 269 W Wayne. 

Root Velorus, res 45 Harmer. 

*Root & Co (Lewis B Root, Ernst C Rurode, Edward F 
Carry), Wholesale and Retail Dry Goods, Carpets and Oil 
Cloths 46 and 48 Calhoun and 15 W Main. 

Ropa Frederick, carpenter Penn Co, res 86 Force. 

Ropa Frederick G, machinist Bass F &M Works, bds 27 Wall. 

Ropa Hermann, boilermaker Bass F & M Works, bds 27 Wall. 

Ropa Wm, laborer, res 29 Wall. 

Ropa Wm, market master, res 29 AVall. 

Ropke Frederick, laborer, res 265 Hanna. 

Ropp, see Riq^p. 

Rosclier Diedrich W, teacher German Lutheran School, res 310 
W Jeiferson. 

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Rose Annie B, cook 3 Railroad. 

Rose Charles (Hartmann & Rose), bds 28 Lavina. 

Rose Christian, clerk Hartmann & Rose, bds 28 Lavina. 

Rose Henry A, blacksmith L C Zollinger, res 84 Madison. 

Rose Louisa (wid Anthony), res 28 Lavina. 

Rosenberger, see also Rothefiherger. 

Rosenberger Charles, painter Penn Co, res 64 Charles. 

Rosenberger Charles jr, carpenter N G Olds & Sons, bds 64 
Charles. 

Rosenberger Charles F, cooper Y6 Murray, res same. 

Rosenberger Frank C, finisher N G Olds & Sons, res 290 Hanna. 

Rosenberger Henry, lab Street Commissioner, res 18^ Burgess. 

Rosenberger James, engineer Nickel Plate Ry, bds 18^ Burgess. 

Rosenberger John H, finisher N G Olds & Sons, res 287 Hanna. 

Rosenthal Miss Emma, clerk M Frank & Co, bds 60 W Main. 

Rosenthal Ephraim, horse dealer, res 58 W Main. 

Rosenthal Miss Hattie, teacher Washington School, bds 60 W 
Main. 

Rosenthal Max, cigarmaker Falk &, Lamley, res 105 W Wayne. 

Rosenthal Miss Minnie, clerk A Mergentheim, bds 60 W Main. 

Rosenthal Isaac M, pres Allen County Medical Society, and 
physician 96 W Berry, res same. 

Rosenru Lena, domestic Elizabeth Rudisill. 

Ross Miss Adella V, teacher Jefferson School, bds 66 Wilt. 

Ross Albert L, trav agent Carnahan, Hanna & Co, res Lafay- 
ette, Ind. 

Ross Charles E, conductor Penn Co, rms 55 E Wayne. 

Ross Frank S, clerk Adams Ex Co, bds 15 E Washington. 

*Ross George A, physician 15 E Washington, res same. 

Ross James P (James P Ross & Co), res 63 Wells. 

Ross James P & Co (James P Ross), meatmarket 25 W Co- 
lumbia. 

Ross John B, engineer W, St L & P Ry, bds 18 Brackenridge. 

Ross John E, ticket clerk Penn Co depot, bds 15 E Washing- 
ton. 

Ross John R, insurance, res 289 W Washington. 

Ross Judson K, butcher J P Ross, bds 63 Wells. 

Ross Miss Katie A, teacher Hoagland School, bds 18 Bracken- 
ridge. 

Ross Loyal, coachman 70 Harrison. 

Ross Martha (wid Donald), I'es 18 Brackenridge. 

Ross Richard C, yardmaster L S & M S Ry, res 77 N Cass. 

Ross Wilbert A, butcher J P Ross, bds 63* Wells 

Ross Wm M (J S Zekind & Co), bds 18 Brackenridge. 

Rossa Mary (wid Conrad), bds 264 Webster. 

Rosselot Amelia, seamstress, bds 16 Madison. 

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Rosselot Charles, plumber A Hattersley & Sons, bds 47 E Su- 
perior. 

Rosselot Frederick, res 33 E 1st. 

Rosselot Julia A (wid Louis), res 45 E Superior. 

Rosselot Mary, domestic 51 E Superior. 

Rossington Julia (wid Wm), res 117 Madison. 

Rossiiigtoii Richard, Proprietor " The Robinson," Har- 
rison head of Columbia. „ 

Rossington Rodolphus B, cashier Penn Co freight depot, res 
117 Madison. 

Rossington Wm W, conductor Penn Co, res 228 E Lewis. 

Rossraann Mrs Jennie, res 24 Erie. 

Rossmus Jacob, laborer C S R R Co, bds 262 Calhoun. 

Ross-Lewin Edward A, foreman Boseker, White & Co, res 89 
E Lewis. 

Rost John, helper Penn Co, res 38 Charles. 

Roterick, see Roderick. 

Roth Miss Adele, teacher Westminster Seminary, bds same. 

Roth Bernard, laborer Bass F & M Works, i-es cor Force and 
Wallace. 

Roth Frederick (Roth & Keller), res 131 W Main. 

Roth George, gardener 122 W Wayne. 

Roth George, stone cutter Roth & Keller, res 37 Breck. 

*Roth & Keller (Frederick Roth, Henry Keller), Propri- 
etors Fort Wayne Steam Stone Works 92 and 94 Pearl. 
(xS'ee adv, p 77.) 

Rothefluoh Herman J, traveling agent, bds 1 Riverside ave. 

Rothenberger, see also Rosenherger. 

Rothenberger Frederick J, tinner Penn Co, res 181 Griffith. 

Rothenberger George, painter Penn Co, res 188 Ewing. 

Rothman Andrew, res w s DuBois 1 s of Penn. 

Rothman Casper, peddler, bds Andrew Rothman. 

Rothman Jerome, peddler, bds Andrew Rothman. 

Rothman Peter, carpenter, bds 278 E Jefferson. 

Rotholl Theodore, barber 270 Calhoun, res same. 

Rothschild Aaron, clothing, bds 68 W Berry. 

Rothschild Benjamin (Rothschild & Bro), res 88 W Main. 

Rothschild Henry, res 152 W Washington. 

Rotschild Joseph, clerk Rothschild & Bro, bds 152 W Wash- 
ington. 

Rothschild Solomon (Rothschild & Bro), res 68 W Berry. 

Rothschild & Bro (Solomon and Benjamin), clothing 7 E Co- 
lumbia. 

Rousset Augustine, domestic 172 Clinton. 

Roux George, butcher, res 105 Summit. 

Rouzer Cassius M, machinist, res s w cor Mechanic and Boone. 

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Rowan, see also Hohan. 

Rowan Barbara A (wid Benjamin C), res 74 E Washington. 

Rowan James, conductor Penn Co, res 457 Lafayette. 

Rowan Miss Jane, bds 114 Clinton. 

Rowan jMargaret A (wid Samuel), res 142 W Wayne. 

Kowan Mary E, clerk Kuhne & Co, bds 74 E Washington. 

Rowe Nicholas B (Rowe & Spencer), res 256 Calhoun. 

Rowe Mrs N B, milliner 256 Calhoun, res same. 

Rowe Wm, upholsterer Root & Co, res 274 E Wayne. 

Rowe & Spencer (Nicholas B Rowe, Calvin W Spencer), meat- 
market 1 Highland. 

Roy John, gardener, res n s New Haven ave 2 e of Lombard. 

Roy Joseph C, car inspector Penn Co, res 14 Chicago. 

Roy Justin, bartender, bds 20 Clinton. 

Royal Patrick L, fireman Penn Co, bds 415 Lafayette. 

Royal Thomas F, brakeman Penn Co, bds Nave House. 

Rubendale Henry E, fireman Penn Co, bds 177 Hanna. 

Rubin Brothers (Henry Rubin, Joseph Rubin), tobacco and 
cigars 15 E Main. 

iRubin Elizabeth (wid Edward), bds 19 W Jefferson. 

Rubin Harry (Rubin Bros), bds 19 W Jefferson. 

Rubin Joseph (Rubin Bros), res 19 W Jefferson. 

Rubin Max (Julius Nathan & Co), res 275 W Jefferson. 

Ruch Catherine (wid Louis), res 18i Burgess. 

Ruch Mrs Clara B, millinery 339 W Main, res same. 

Ruch Samuel, laborer Penn Co freight depot, res 339 W Main. 

Ruch Wm, teamster, bds 18^ Burgess. 

Ruchel Wm, carpenter, res 105 Madison. 

Rudert George, butcher F Eckart, res s s W Main nr G R & I 
R R. 

Rudert Wm, butcher F Eckart, bds George Rudert. 

Rudisill Elizabeth (wid Henry), res w s Spy Run ave 1 s of 
Rudisill's mill. 

Rudolph Alvin, carpenter, bds 104 Hoffman. 

Rudolph Annie, domestic 242 W Berry. 

Rudolph Bernard, pressman The Journal, bds 7 Short. 

Rudolph Christina (wid Charles), res 104 Hoffman. 

Rudolph Frank, harnessmaker A L Johns & Co, res 58 Hoff- 
man. 

Rudolph Gangolph, carpenter, bds 104 Hoffman. 

Rudolph John, fireman Penn Co, res 48 Charles. 

Rudolph John, hostler J W Pearse, bds 19 Baker. 

Rudolph Julius, laborer, bds 104 Hoffman. 

Rudolph Wm, res 7 Short. 

Rudolph Wm jr, feeder Ft Wayne Journal, bds 7 Short. 

Rue Henry L, laborer, res 240 W Main. 



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Ruehling, see also Railing, Reehling, Rehling and Reiling. 

Ruehling Philip J, res s w cor Chestnut. 

Ruess Wm E, finisher Ft Wayne Organ Co, res w s Calhoun 6 

s of Leith. 
Rufner Samuel, biakeman Penn Co, res s s Horace 5 e of 

Thomas. 
Ruggaber Joseph, carpenter, res 99 Williams. 
Rump Annie, cook Driscoll Hotel. , 

Rump Ernst F, carpenter, res 29 Lavina. 
Rump Ernst H, carpenter F H Boester, bds 29 Lavina. 
Rump Frederick A, shoemaker L P Huser, bds 29 Lavina. 
Rupert David, laborer N G Olds & Sons, res 141 Taber. 
Rupert Ira, insurance agent, res 100 E Washington. 
Rupp John, blacksmith Bass F & M Works, res s w cor Mau- 

mee road and Glasgow ave. 
Rupp John, helper Penn Co, res 113 Creighton ave. 
Rupp John jr, blacksmith Penn Co, res n w cor Penn and 

DuBois. 
Rupp Philip, laborer, res 128 Creighton ave. 
Ruppel Fabian, bricklayer, res 53 Taylor. 
Ruppel Henry, clerk John Ruppel, bds 268 E Wayne. 
Ruppel John, grocer 268 E Wayne, res same. 
Ruppel Margaret (wid John), res 42 Force. 
Ruppel Paul, laborer, res 258 E Wayne. 
Rurode Ernst C (Root & Co), res 76 W Berry. 
Rush George D, letter carrier No 4, res 71 Baker. 
Russell Alice, domestic The Fort Wayne College. 
Russell Frances (wid Charles), res 127 Harrison. 
Russell John, butcher, res 62 Elm. 
Russell Joseph A, traveling agent Carnahan, Hanna & Co, bds 

Aveline House. 
Russell Louis, helper W, St L & P Ry, res 25 Poplar. 
Russell Zenobia (wid James), res 100 Fairfield ave. 
Rust Henry, teamster Carnahan, Hanna & Co, res 135 W Wayne. 
Ruth Wilbur M, master mechanic Bass F & M Works, res 5o 

Brackenridge. 
Ryall Catherine (wid John), res 324 W Jefferson. 
Ryall Charles F, helper F W Jenney Electric Light Co, bds 

324 W Jefferson. 
Ryall James F, engineer Penn Co, bds 324 W Jefferson. 
Ryan, see also O'liyan. 

Ryan Andrew, helper Penn Co, res 69 Grant. 
Ryan Bridget (wid John), res 20 Brandriff. 
Ryan Catherine (wid John), bds Michael Ryan. 
Ryan Charles E, truckman, bds 39 W Lewis. 
Ryan Cornelius M, saloon 60 E Columbia, res same. 



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Ryan Daniel, Justice of the Peace and Lawyer 22 E Berry, 
res 112 E Main. 

Ryan Miss Ellen, bds 320 Lafayette. 

Ryan Frank, stableman W H Brown, bds same. 

Ryan George, chimney sweep, bds 22 Fulton. 

Ryan James, machine hand Ft Wayne Organ Co, res w s Fair- 
field ave nr organ factory. 

*Ryan James W, General Truckman 39 W Lewis cor 
Harrison, res same. (Telephone 122.) 

Ryan Jane, dressmaker, bds rear 7 Clay. 

Ryan John, farmer, res n s W Main 2 w of Runnion ave. 

Ryan John jr, farmer, res e s Runnion 1 n of W Main. 

Ryan Katie, domestic 106 Berry. 

Ryan Michael, fireman Ft Wayne Organ Co, res w s Indiana 
are s of limits. 

Ryan Michael, laborer N G Olds & Sons, res 320 Lafayette. 

Ryan Michael, laborer Penn Co, res s w cor Wheeler and Run- 
nion ave. 

Ryan Michael, laborer, res 79 Hoagland ave. 

Ryan Michael jr, laborer, bds 79 Hoagland ave. 

Ryan Oliver F, truckman, bels 39 W Lewis. 

Ryan Patrick, city weighmaster, res 118 Barr. 

Ryan Patrick H, fireman Penn Co, res 135 Madison. 

Ryan Paul, brakeman Nickel Plate Ry, bds John Ryan. 

Ryan Thomas A, driver U S Express Co, res 28 Baker. 

Ryan Wm C, clerk Daniel Ryan, bds 112 E Main. 

Ryder Frances, domestic 262 Calhoun. 

Ryus Victor D, brakeman Penn Co, bds 143 E DeWald. 

Ryus Wm H, machinist Bass F & M Works, res 143 E DeWald, 



s 

9 

Saalfrank John, teamster Jacob Klett, bds same. 

Saffen Francis S, machinist Bass F & M Works, bds 390 E 

Washington. 
Saffen George B, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 390 E 

Washington. 
Saffen Thomas W, foreman Bass F & M Works, res 390 E 

Washington. 
Saffen Wm W, machine hand White's Wheel Works, bds 390 

E Washinsjton. 
Safford Frank K (F K Safford & Co), bds Fairfield ave. 
*Safford F K & Co (Frank K Safford), grocers 28 Calhoun. 
Sahn Frederick, carpenter, res 173 Hanna. 
Sahn Wm, res 173 Hanna. 

Ufyr^n 9t Dha Sell lamps of aU kinds cheap, 
IVaag OCr DrOi at no. 5 East Columbia Street. 



Lf\ TXTTT T Paints, Oils, Varnishes and 
• \J» Jtl KJ ±J±J^ Glass, at 90 Calhoun St. 

FOBT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 353 

Sahner Marcus, baker Concordia College, res e s Shick 1 s of E 

Washington. 
Sailor, see ISaylor. 

*Sale John Wm, with Hoffman Bros, res 203 W Wayne. 
Salem Reformed German Church, e s Clinton bet Wayne and 

Berry. 
Salge Christopher, laborer Horton Mnfg Co, res V West. 
Salge Henry, carpenter Kendrick & Shrimpton, bds S Wayne. 
Salinger Albert (Salinger Bros), res 82 W Berry. 
Salinger Bros (Albert and Martin), clothing 36 Calhoun, 
Salinger Martin (Salinger Bros), i-es 82 W Berry. 
Sail frank John, teamster, bds 58 Pritchard. 
Sallier Francis, Groceries, Provisions and Wines and 

Liquors 66 E Columbia, res 30 Hough. 
Sallier Joseph, clerk Francis Sallier, bds same. 
Sallmann Matilda, domestic 18 Butler. 
Sallot James F, res rear 164 E Lewis. 

Sallot Victor A, superintendent N G Olds & Sons, res e s Glas- 
gow ave bet Maumee road and Washington. 
Salter Wm, teamster John OrfF, res 19 Barthold. 
Sammons Hamilton, lineman Central Union Telephone Co, rms 

Keystone Block. 
Saras John W, laborer, res 40 Bass. 
Samse Caroline (wid Wm), res 43 W Superior. 
Samse Miss Rose, bookkeeper Keller Medicine Co, bds 43 W 

Superior. 
Sanborn Amos H, brakeman N Y, C & St L Ry, res 39 Marion. 
Sanborn Charles F, conductor N Y, C & St L Ry, res 342 W 

Main. 
Sander Charles W, clerk Siemon & Bro, res 106 W Jefferson. 
Sander Ernest, res 23 Poplar. 
Sander Frederick W, clerk, bds 23 Poplar. 
Sander Wm, res 86 W Washington. 
Sanders, see also Saunders. 
Sanders Henry, driver hook and ladder truck Fire Department, 

res 31 E Main. 
Sanders Wm F, clerk H N Goodwin, bds 22 Poplar. 
Sanford George A, traveling agent, res 154 W Jefferson. 
Sanford Philip, laborer P Koehler, res w s Lafayette 5 s of 

Pontiac. 
Sanford John A, engineer Penn Co, bds Rich's Hotel. 
Sapp Harry, night operator Central Union Telephone Co, bds 

393 E Washington. 
Sapp Wm J, trav agent, res 393 E Washington. 
Sarazen George E, machine hand White's Wheel Works, res 34 

Smith. 

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Sarber Thomas J, conductor Nickel Plate, bds 167 High. 

Sargent Ada, domestic 3 E Suj^erior, 

Sargent James E, harnessmaker e s Superior opp jail, res 37 
Wilt. 

Sargent John (col'd), waiter, res 63 Grand. 

Sargent Thomas P, teamster, res 18 Marion. 

Sargent Wm, res 14 Marion. 

Sargent Wm jr, blacksmith Penn Co, res e s Wabash ave 1 n 
of Maumee road. 

*Sarnig'hausen John D (Indiana Staats Zeitung Co), 
res n e cor Columbia and Clinton. {See adv, p 78.) 

Sartoris, see Sutorioits. 

Sauer Christopher, 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 Katie, domestic 126 E Main. 

Sauer Gottlieb M, conductor Penn Co, res 106 Wallace. 

Sauerbaugh Marion, teamster, res 16 Barthold. 

Sauerbier Wm A, cigarmaker, res n s Pontiac cor Holton ave. 

Sauerteig John, baker A J Langohr, bds 12 Wilt. 

Sauerwein Ernest, laborer Street Commissioner, res 56 Bar- 
thold. 

Sauerwein Ernest jr, helper F W, C &L R R, res 56 Barthold. 

Sauerwein Ernest A, barber L Uplegger, bds 58 Barthold. 

Sauerwein Frank, porter Meyer Bros & Co, bds 56 Barthold. 

Sauerwein Hermann (C C Keller & Co), bds 56 Barthold. 

Sauerwein Lena, starcher Troy Steam Laundry, bds 56 Bar- 
thold. 

Saum Alexander L, painter B H Baker, bds 196 E Jefferson. 

Saum Louis W, engineer Louis Fox, res 196 E Jefferson. 

Saunders, see also /Sanders. 

Saunders Benjamin, clerk W E Griffiths, bds 208 E Lewis. 

Saunders Elizabeth (wid Edward), bds 148 Fairfield ave. 

Saunders Joseph B, machinist F W Jenney Electric Light Co, 
res 159 Harrison. 

Saunders Mrs Mary, res 208 E Lewis. 

Saurs Henry A, coachman, bds 226 Fairfield ave. 

Saurs James T, engineer W, St L & P Ry,bds 226 Fairfield ave. 

Saurs Mary (wid George E), res 226 Fairfield ave. 

Saurs Samuel P, engineer, bds 226 Fairfield ave. 

Sauser Louis, saloon 188 Calhoun, res same, 

Sauter Frederick, conductor G R & I R R, res 204 Francis. 
Sawtell Henry P, carpenter Penn Co, res rear 87 W Jefferson. 
Sawyer Edward, brakeman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds Darrow 
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Sawyer Milton (col'd), barber S J R Peters, bds 125 Calhoun. 
Sawyer Sarah M (wid Ebenezer C), dressmaker, res 75 E 

Wayne. 
Saxton Henry T, clerk H Busching, bds 155 Wallace. 
Sayers, see Sauers and Smirs. 
Say lor, see also Taylor. 
Saylor George B, traveling agent Adams & Steely, res 165 

Griffith. 
Saylor Jacob K, laborer, res 43 Grand. 
Saylor Mary (wid Patrick), bds 17 Colerick. 
Sayiior Harry B, Proprietor Windsor Hotel 300 and 302 

Calhoun. (iSeeadv, p 81.) 
Sayiior Henry, fireman Penn Co, res 59 Brackenridge. 
Scanlon Thomas F, shoemaker, res n w cor Erie and Schick. 
Scarlet Chester, justice of the peace 75^ Calhoun, res 259 Web- 
ster. 
Scarlet Chester, butcher J T Kelsey, bds 20 Harrison. 
Scarlet Miss Rose E L, clerk, bds 259 Webster. 
Scarlett Henry C, laborer, res w s Rtmnion ave 1 s of Rebecca. 
Scarlett Reuben W, packer Fort Wayne Organ Co, res w s S 

Broadway opp Glenwood. 
Scarlett Wm H, laborer, res w s St Mary's ave 2 n of Aboit. 
Schaaf Rev Carl, pastor St John's Gei*man Reformed Church, 

res 59 W Wa>^hington. 
Schacher Charles, molder Bass F & M Works, bds s e cor S 

Broadway and Taylor. 
Schacher Leonard, laborer, res 41 Stophlet. 
Schack, see also Sehocfi. 

Schack Augusta (wid Wm), res 103 Madison. 
Schack Wm, carpenter, bds 103 Madison. 
Schadel, see also Sehoedel. 

Schadel Christian, brewer C L Centlivre, res nr brewery. 
Schaefer, see also Schejfer, Schiefer and Shaffer. 
Schaefer Aaron, grocer, bds 122 W Wayne. 
Schaefer Mrs Caroline, res s s New Haven e of city limits. 
Schaefer Elizabeth, domestic 200 W Berry. 
Schaefer Ferdinand, laborer, res 100 Huron. 
Schaefer John H W, bookkeeper A D Brandriff & Co, res rear 

170 High. 
Schafenecker Frederick, laborer Penn Co, res n e cor Eckart 

and Hanna. 
Schafer Caroline (wid Gottlieb), res 167 Holmau. 
Schafer Christian, bottling works foot of E Main, res same. 
Schafer Edward A, Druggist 277 E Washington, res 

same. 
Schafer Elizabeth J (wid George), bds 76 Melita. 

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Schafer Frederick C, farmer, res e s Hanna s of limits. 

Schafer Frederick W, boilermaker, res 193 Montgomery. 

Schafer Gottlieb, machine hand, bds 167 Holman. 

Schafer Henry, teamster, res 90 St Mary's ave. 

Schafer Louisa, dressmaker, bds 167 Holman. 

Schafer Orvil, hostler Rippe & Son, res 196 W Washington. 

Schafer Rebecca M (wid George), bds w s St Mary's ave 2 n of 

N Y, C & St L Ry. 
Schafer Reinhardt, clerk Siemon & Bro, res 26 Wilt. 
Schafer Wm, helper Penn Co, bds 26 Wilt. 
Schafer Wm, laborer, bds 167 Holman. 
Schafer Wm E, machine hand Penn Co, res 26 Wilt. 
Schaffler, see Scheffier. 

Schalk John, saloon 168 W Main, res same. 
Schanck Emil G, clerk M Koch, res 103 W Jefferson. 
Schank Louis, saloon 62 E Columbia, res same. 
Schanz Felix, photographer 16 W Berry, bds 55 E Wayne. 
Schaphorst Engel (wid Herman), res 22 Orchard. 
Schaphorst Frederick, carpenter Penn Co, res 128 3d. 
Schaphorst Henry, laborer, res 12 Orchard. 
Schaphorst Sophia, domestic 105 W Berry. 
Schaphorst Wm, carpenter, res 26 Orchard. 
Scharf Charles A, Tinsmith and Roofer 195 Lafayette, res 

202 Madison. {See adv, p 85.) 
Scharf Mrs Louisa, rms 184 Francis. 
Schavie Louisa, domestic 82 W Berry. 
Schearer, see also Scherer and Shearer. 
Schearer Andrew, watchman Penn Co, res 6 Erie. 
Schearer John, hackman, res 12 Erie. 

Scheer Wm, laborer Penn Co freight depot, res 29 Pritchard. 
Scheer Wm, truckman, res 294 W Jefferson. 
Scheerer Margaret (wid Frederick), res 50 Oakley. 
Scheffer, see also Schaefer, Schiefer and Shaffer. 
Scheffer Annie, St Joseph's Hospital. 
Scheffer John (John Scheffer & Co), res 139 Lafayette. 
Scheffer John & Co (John Scheffer, Anton Kalbacher), grocers 

13 Grand. 
Scheffer Mary, St Joseph's Hospital. 
Scheftier Gustav, tailor 13 Harrison, res 15 Sturgis. 
Scheffman Louis, peddler, res n s Hugh 2 w of Harmer. 
Scheid Frank, machinist, bds 129 E DeWald. 
Scheid Peter J, foreman Penn Co, res 129 DeWald. 
Scheimann Charles J, bookkeeper Ft Wayne Organ Co, bds 86 

E .Jeffei'son. 
Scheimann Ernest (Scheimann & Co), res 338 S Broadway. 
Scheimann Frederick, res 86 E Jefferson. 

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Scheiraann Frederick E AV, treas Citizens' Street R R Co, and 
bookkeeper Hamilton National Bank, res 321 E Washing- 
ton. 

Scheimann Wm, clerk Rohs & Erne, res 116 Fulton. 

Scheiraann & Co (Ernest Scheiraann, Henry Helrakarap), plan- 
ing raill s s Taylor 2 e of S Broadway. 

Scheie Albert F, apprentice L B Johns, bds 148 W Main. 

Scheie August (Miller & Scheie), res n s Wayne Trace 2 e of 
New Haven ave. 

Scheie Bernard H, blacksraith L B Johns, bds August Scheie. 

Scheie Catherine (wid John B), bds 286 E Wayne. 

Scheie Conrad, bricklayer, w s Lombard 1 from New Haven 
road. 

Scheie Edward, barber J .J Geiger, bds August Scheie. 

Scheie Frank (Scliele & Fremion), res 26 Harrison. 

Scheie Frank J, tinner Staub Bros, bds 7 Bass. 

Scheie Henry, bricklayer, bds 7 Bass. 

Scheie John'H, clerk, res 286 E Wayne. 

Scheie Joseph, engineer Penn Co, rras 96 E Lewis. 

Scheie Julius A, bricklayer, res 184 W Main. 

Scheie Mary A (wid Frank), res 7 Bass. 

Scheie Wm J, tool inspector Penn Co, bds 184 W Main. 

Scheie & Fremion (Frank Scheie, Frank Freraion), saloon 26 
Harrison. 

Schell, see Shell. 

Scheller Frederick C, painter Olds' Wagon Works, res 55 
Charles. 

Schellhararaer Charles, helper Bass F& M Works, bds 59 Force. 

Schellhamraer Robert, laborer Bass F & M Works, res w s 
Walton ave 1 s of Pontiac. 

Schenck Theresa (wid Colin), bds 52 W Washington. 

Schenkel Jacob, teamster, bds 83 W Washington, 

Schenkel Louisa, domestic 87 E Jefferson. 

Schenkel Peter, laborer, res 149 Franklin ave. 

Schepper Linnie, domestic 282 W Jefferson. 

Scherchel Valentine, laboi'er, res :i7 Laselle. 

Scherer, see also Scheorer and Shearer. 

Scherer Charles W, grocer w s Lillie 3 s of E Lewis, res same. 

Scherei- Frederick, cabinetraaker Penn Co, res 95 E Washington. 

Scherer Henry, driver Bastian & Co, bds 205 Madison, 

Scherer Louis P (Bastian & Co), bds 205 Madison. 

Scherer Mary (Scherer & Becker), bds 95 E Washington. 

Scherer Thoraas J, raachinist N G Olds & Sons, bds 14 Siiramit. 

Scherer Wm F, tinsmith H .J Ash, bds 95 E Washington. 

Scherer & Becker (Mary Scherer, Julia Becker), hair goods 170 
Calhoun. 

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Schermerhorn Flavel, cashier N Y, C & St L Ry, res 182 W 
Washington. 

Scherzinger Gerson, Proprietor Custer House 16 and 18 
W Main, res same. (See adv, p 75.) 

Scherzinger Primus (Trenkley & Scherzinger), bds Custer 
House. 

Scheumann Christian, carpenter Penn Co, res 315 E Washing- 
ton. 

*Scheumann Frederick H (Scheumann &> Schoppmann), res 321 
Calhoun. 

Scheumann Wni D, molder Bass F & M Works, res 16 Butler. 

*Scheumann & Schoppmann (Frederick H Scheumann, Cath- 
erine Schoppmann), undertakers 39 W Main. 

Schick George, teacher Concordia College, res college grounds. 

Schidel, see Shidel. 

Schiefer, see also Schaefer, Scheffer and Shaffer. 

Schiefer Christian (C Schiefer & Son), res 8 E Columbia. 

Schiefer C & Son (Christian Schiefer, Herman H Hart- 
wig), Boots and Shoes 8 E Columbia. 

Schiefer Diedrich, tinner W, St L & P Ry, res 135 Montgomery. 

Schiefer Frederick G W, shoemaker, res 242 E Waj'^ne. 

Schiefer George W, artist, bds 242 E Wayne. 

Schiefer Wm C, clerk, bds 135 Montgomery. 

Schiefer Wm D, res e s Spy Run ave 3 s of Elizabeth. 

Schieferstein Albert, laborer Horton Mnfg Co, bds Philip 
Schieferstein. 

Schieferstein Christian, domestic 201 E Washington. 

Schieferstein Philip, butcher F Eckart, res n w cor W Main 
and Runion ave. 

Schiemer Frank, Saloon and Billiard Hall 264 Calhoun, 
res same. 

Schifer Charles F, wagonmaker George Biemer, bds cor Supe- 
rior and Clinton. 

Schifferly Conrad, restaurant 51 E Main, res same. 

Schild Jesse S, plater 36 E Main, res 15 Emily. 

Schilling Camilla (wid Jacob), res s s Richardson e of Runnion 
ave. 

Schilling Charles F, farmer, bds Camilla Schilling. 

Schilling Miss Emma, milliner M B Schilling, bds 255 W Jef- 
ferson. 

Schilling Frank, stonecutter Roth & Keller, res 255 W Jef- 
ferson. 

Schilling Henry B, farmer, bds Camilla Schilling. 

Schilling Mary, domestic 100 W Berry. 

Schilling Miss Mary B, millinery 31 E Main, res 88 W Wash- 
ington. 

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Schimmelfenig Gustav, laborer, res 263 Hanna. 

Schimmle George, laborer Roth & Keller, res 162 Gay. 

Schirraeyer Anthony, helper Penn Co, bds 131 W Washington. 

Schirmeyer Charles W, painter, bds 131 W Washington. 

Schirmeyer Louis (L Schirmeyer & Co), res 127 E Jefferson. 

Schirmeyer L & Co (Louis Schirmeyer), Clothing, Hats, 
Caps and Gents' Furnishing Goods 27 Calhoun. 

Schirmeyer Werner T, asst G W Loag, bds 131 W Washing- 
ton. 

Schlabacker George, street sprinkler, res 122 Clay. 

Schlatter Miss Catherine, student, bds 250 W Creighton ave. 

Schlatter Christian C (Pfeiffer & Schlatter), res 358 E Wayne. 

Schlatter David D, clerk G W Seavey, bds 315 E Wayne. 

Schlatter George, laborer Wm Moellering, bds Union House. 

Schlatter Noah W, clerk Hoffman Bros, bds 315 E Wayne. 

Schlauderaff Theodore, saloon 185 Fairfield ave, res same. 

Schlenbecker Elizabeth (wid George), bds 415 E Washington. 

Schleyer John F (Nonnamaker & Schleyer), res 63 E Jeffer- 
son. 

Schliebitz Frederick W, watchmaker H N Goldsmith, rms 82 
Calhoun. 

Schmalz Charles, tailor 32 Williams, res same. 

Schmeling Antonia, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 168 Mau- 
mee road. 

Schmeling George, laborer M Diehl & Co, res 168 Maumee 
road. 

Schmeling Hermann, apprentice H Wolf & Co, bds 168 Mau- 
mee road. 

Schmenner, see also Smenner. 

Schmenner Catherine (wid Henry), res s w cor E 5th and N 
Harrison. 

Schmenner George, bartender Frank Schiemer, res 100 Mont- 
gomery. 

Schmenner Otto P, fireman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds Catherine 
Schmenner. 

Schmetzer Michael F, clerk Pixley & Co, res 240 W Washing- 
ton. 

Schmetzer Miss Sophie, clerk A Mergentheim, bds 240 W Wash- 
ington, 

Schmid August, teamster A Kalbacher & Co, res 42 Melita. 

Schmid Lorenz, carpenter Penn Co, res 135 Force. 

Schmidt, see also Smith. 

Schmidt August M, yardmaster W, St L & P Ry, bds 224 E 
Jefferson. 

Schmidt Charles (G Schmidt & Bro), res 75 Monroe. 

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Schmidt Charles, machinist W, St L & P Ry, res 173 Fairfield 

ave. 
Schmidt Conrad, res 181 Madison. 
Schmidt Eva M (wid Banckratz), res 22 Clark. 
Schmidt Frank, machinist Ft Wayne Safety Valve Works, bds 

55 Wabash ave. 
Schmidt Frederick, section hand F W, C & L R R, res s s W 

5th 4 w of Wells. 
Schmidt Frederick J, barkeeper Christian Schafer, res Maumee 

road nr E Main. 
Schmidt Frederick S, machinist N G Olds & Sons, res w s 

Hanna s of Pontiac. 
Schmidt Frederick W, mason, res 173 Gay. 
Schmidt George, baker Concordia College, bds same. 
Schmidt Gottfried (G Schmidt & Bro),res 70 E Main. 
Schmidt G & Bro (Gottfried and Charles), Merchant Tail- 
ors 70 E Main. 
Schmidt Helena (wid John W), res 75 Monroe. 
Schmidt Jacob, laborer Wm .Moellering, res 33 Wilt. 
Schmidt John, cigarmaker A N Ehle, bds 33 Wilt. 
Schmidt John, helper Bass F & M Works, bds 181 Madison. 
Schmidt John K, laborer Bass F & M Works, res w s Wabash 

ave 1 8 of E Washington. 
Schmidt Louis, laborer Penn Co, res 108 Maumee road. 
Schmidt Louis jr, carpenter Penn Co, res 211 Madison. 
Schmidt Louis S, laborer, bds 43 St Martin's. 
Schmidt Louis W, clerk B R Noll & Co, bds 274 W Washington. 
Schmidt Martin, clerk Penn Co, bds 181 Madison. 
Schmidt Martin, helper Kerr-Murray MnfgCo, res 69Stophlet. 
Schmidt Otto A, teacher of Piano, Violin, etc The Ft Wayne 

College, bds same. 
Schmidt Peter C, carpenter, res 135 Van Buren. 
Schmidt Peter S, foreman N G Olds & Sons, res 29 St Martin's. 
Schmidt Regina (wid Andrew), res 90 Wilt. 
Schmidt Wm, clerk J Harries, res 181 W Jefferson. 
Schmidt Win, clerk Morgan & Beach, res 353 W Washington. 
Schmidt Wm, laborer Wm Moellering, bds 90 Wilt. 
Schmieders Frederick, cigarmaker L Dessauer & Co, res 282 

W Jefferson. 
Schmiemann Gustavus, traveling assent A C Trentman, res 181 

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Wlllg. 

Schmitt George O, stonemason, res 16 Gay. 

Schmitt Ja^^ob, helper BassF & M Works, res new yards. 

Schmitt John, laborei", res 44 John. 

Schmitz Charles, physician 116 College, res same. 

Schraitz Theodore, laborer, res 212 Jolm. 

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Schmitz Theodore jr, laborer, res 47 Buchanan. 

Schmoe Louis jr, clerk A S Lauferty & Co, bds 161 Ewing. 

Schmoe Louis H, shoemaker L Fortriede, res 161 Ewing. 

Schmoll Anthony, clerk W H Fleming, bds 78 Force. 

Scbmoll George A, machinist Penn Co, bds 78 Force. 

Schmoll Gottlieb, laborer Penn Co, res 78 Force. 

Schmouck Peter, res s s Lake 1 w of St Mary's ave. 

Schllllieckle Fritz, Proprietor Fritz Hotel 10 E Berry. 

Schniuker Joseph, blacksmith Olds' Wagon Works, res 30 
Laselle. 

Schnee Joseph, he]per,*bds 38 Force. 

Schneider, see also Syiider and /Snyde?: 

Schneider Adam, cigarmaker, bds 171 High. 

Schneider Christian, farmer, res n s Putnam 2 w of Meridian. 

Schneider Frank E, clerk Root & Co, bds 66 W Jefferson. 

Schneider Frederick, cigarmaker Wm Schneider, bds 104 Web- 
ster. 

Schneider George, laborer, res 42 AValnut. 

Schneider George P, peddler, res s w cor Hoffman and Franklin 
ave. 

Schneider Gottlieb, tailor, res 52 Wells. 

Schneider Henry, cigarmaker Wra Schneider, bds 104 Webster. 

Schneider Henry J, wagonmaker Peters B & L Co, res 24 
Clark. 

Schneider John, res 42 Walnut. 

Schneider John, laborer, res 26 Smith. 

Schneider John M, sexton Ist Baptist Church, res 66 W Jef- 
ferson. 

Schnei<ler Katie, domestic Mrs E J Hamilton. 

Schneider Louis W, hostler, bds 66 W Jefferson. 

Schneider Mathias, teamster Morgan & Beach, res 324 E 
Wayne. 

Schneider Mary, domestic 188 W Berry. 

Schneider Otto E, fly finisher Ft Wayne Organ Co, res 201 W 
Main. 

Schneider Valentine, laborer, bds Geo P Schneider. 

Schneider Wm, cigar mnfr 104 Webster and school books 146 
Calhoun, res 104 Webster. 

Schneider Wm jr, cigarmaker Wm Schneider, res 10 Mc- 
Clellan. 

Schnelker Bernard, bricklayer, res 11 Oak. 

Schnelker Bernard jr, mason Wm Moellering, bds 223 Calhoun. 

Schnelker Henry, mason, res 257 E Wayne. 

Schnelker Herman, machine hand, bds 11 Oak. 

Schnelker John, machine hand, bds 11 Oak. 

Schnieders Barnhard H, shoemaker 181 Calhoun, res 193 Barr. 

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Schnitker Christian F, carpenter W, St L & P Ry, res 23 West. 
Schnoesenberg Andrew, saloon 41 E Main, res same. 
Schnorberger Miss Annie, bds 98 Montgomery. 
Schnorberger Charles, clerk M Frank & Co, bds 197 E Jeffer- 
son. 
Schnorberger Christian, engineer, res 197 E Jefferson. 
Schnurr Tobias, carpenter, res 355 E Washington. 
Schnurr Wm, bartender Wm Hollenbeck, res 146 W Main. 
Schoaff, see Shoaff. 
Schoch, see also Schack. 

Schoch August F, tailor 41^ W Main, res 46 E 2d. 
Schoedel, see also Schadel. 

Schoedel Jacob, laborer Roth & Keller, res 281 E Washington. 
Schoedel John J, res 351 E Wayne. 
Schoell Adam, laborer, res 50 Wall. 

Schoen Wm F, carpet weaver 263 E Washington, res same. 
Schoenbein x\lice (wid Wm), bds 347 E Wayne. 
Schoenlein Charles B, tailor 350 W Main, res same. 
Schoenlein Hattie, domestic 23 E Jefferson. 
Schoepke Wm, laborer Penn Co, res 25 Fox. 
Schofield Charles, brakeman N Y, C & St L Ry, res w s St 

Mary's ave 2 n of railroad. 
Schofield James, conductor N Y, C & St L Ry, bds Charles 

Schofield. 
Schofield Wm, laborer Horton Mnfg Co, res 59 Stophlet. 
Schondel George, engineer Kilian Baker, res E Main e of 

bridge, 
Schone Henry H, clerk Stewart & Halm, res 225 E Washington. 
Sohone J Henry, res 227 E Washington. 

Sehooley Frank W, clerk Stewart & Hahn, bds 126 Harrison. 
Schoppmann Catherine (wid H F Wm), (Scheumann & Schopp- 

mann), res 12 Hough. 
Schoppmann Henry, laborer Street Commissioner, res 141 E 

Lewis. 
Schoppmann Henry jr, teamster, bds 141 E Lewis. 
Schoppmann Philip, laborer, res 139 E Madison. 
Schoppmann Philip, teamster, res rear 213 Lafayette. 
Schoppmann Wm, saloon 211 Hanna, res 213 same. 
Schoppmann Wm jr, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 213 

Hanna. 
Schord, see Shord. 

Schormann Theresa, St Joseph's Hospital. 

Schotemeyer Hermann, laborer W, St L & P Ry, res 82 Oakley. 
Schott George J, druggist 12 > Barr, res same. 
Schott's Block, n w cor Barr and Washington. 
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Schrack Joseph, laborer N G Olds & Sons, res 127 Holman. 

Schrader, see also Schroeder. 

Schrader Caroline, domestic 76 W DeWald. 

Schrader Miss Carrie B, music teacher, bds 173 Griffith. 

Schrader Henry C, Notary Public, Insurance, Real Estate 
and Rental Agent 22 W Berry, res 173 Griffith. 

Schrader Louis, teamster J C Peters, res St Mary's ave. 

Schrader Sopliia, domestic 179 W Berry. 

Schrader Wm, deputy sheriff, bds 339 E Washinarton. 

Schrage August, spoke turner White's Wheel Works, res 55, 
Lillie. 

Schramm Bernard, cigarmaker W A Foote, res cor Wallace and 
Force. 

Schramm Frank, laborer Penn Co, res 28 Wallace. 

Schramm Frank jr, machinist Penn Co, res 84 Force. 

Schramm Frank J, plasterer, res n s Summit 2 w of Ohio. 

Schramm John, machine hand N G Olds & Co, bds 28 Wallace. 

Schramm Laura (wid John), res 249 E Washington. 

Schramm Minnie, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 249 E. 
Washington. 

Schramm Martin, clerk Fruit House, res 86 Madison. 

Schramm Peter, tailor A Foster, bds 86 Madison. 

Schramm Philip, machinist, W, St L & P Ry, bds 164 George. 

Schramm Wm, laborer Wm Moellering, bds John Wygralak. 

Schrantz Bernhard, laborer Olds' Wagon Works, res n w cor 
Force and Pontiac. 

Schrantz Delia, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 49 Melita. 

Schrantz Joseph, apprentice Peters Box & Lumber Co, bds. 
49 Melita. 

Schreck Agnes (wid Adam), res over 46 E Columbia. 

Schreck Charles, boilerraaker Penn Co, bds 48 E Columbia. 

Schreck Frank, boilerraaker Penn Co, bds 48 E Columbia. 

Schreck Henry, laborer Penn Co, bds 48 E Columbia. 

Schrecker John, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 231 Barr. 

Schremser John, laborer, res 40 Charles. 

Schrey Miss H Mary, teacher West German School, bds 89 W 
Jefferson. 

Schroeder, see also Schrader. 

Schroeder Bros (Louis S C and Charles J H), Druggists 
s e cor Broadway and W Washington. 

Schroeder Charles J H (Schroeder Bros), res 183 AV Washing- 
ton. 

Schroeder C Louis, res 119 W Superior. 

Schroeder Eliza (wid Louis), res 37 Colerick. 

Schroeder Ferdinand, brakeman G R & I R R, bds 170 E Jef- 
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Schroeder Frederick, res 380 E Wayne. 

Schroeder Frederick, foreman N G Olds & Sons, res e s S Cal- 
houn s of Pontiac. 

Schroeder Gottfried, clothes cleaner 129 Calhoun, res 170 E 
Jefferson. 

Schroeder Henry, bds 193 High. 

Schroeder Henry, policeman, res 89 Barthold ave. 

Schroeder Henry H, boxraaker Peters B & L Co, bds 17 Baker. 

Schroeder Hermann F, brickmaker J Fremion, bds w s S Cal- 
houn s of limits. 

Schroeder John, enoineer Fire Dept, res 61 Clinton. 

Schroeder John, laborer Penn Co, res 21 Charles. 

Schroeder John F, foreman Olds' Wagon Works, res w s Piqua 
1 8 of Calhoun. 

Schroeder John H, laborer Olds' Wagon Works, bds w s Piqua 
1 s of Calhoun. 

Schroeder John H, policeman, res 193 High. 

Schroeder Louis S C (Schroeder Bros), res 109 Broadway. 

Schroeder Wm, bricklayer, res 33 Hough. 

Schroeder's Block, 242 Calhoun. 

Schroeder's Block (new), s e cor Broadway and W Washington. 

Schrott Annie, waiter The Robinson. 

Schu John, carpenter Penn Co, res 13 Caroline. 

Schu Pauline, domestic 93 W Wayne. 

Schubert August, machine hand Olds' Wagon Works, res 159 
Gay. 

Schubert Robert, cigarmaker Boltz & Oppenhamer, res cor Cal- 
houn and Murray. 

Schuck Henry, res 106 Butler. 

Schuck Mary (wid Louis), res 8 Pontiac. 

Schuckman Miss Anna, clerk Root & Co, bds 105 E Washing- 
ton. 

Schuckraan Elizabeth C (wid John), res 105 E Washington. 

Schuckman Henry J, clerk Root & Co, bds 105 E Washington. 

Schuckraan Henry M, tinner, res 211 E Washington. 

Schuler Anna (wid John), res 214 E Jefferson. 

Schuler Conrad, machinist, bds 268 E Jefferson. 

Schuler John G, car builder Penn Co, bds 268 E Jefferson. 

Schuler Mathias, watchman Penn Co, res 268 E Jefferson. 

Schulte Adolph F, foreman painter Olds' Wagon Works, res 
139 E DeWald. 

Schulte Ernest, carpenter, bds 216 E Washington. 

Schulte Wm, laborer S Bash & Co, res 266 Calhoun. 

Schultheis Pius, porter Coombs & Co, res 211 E Jefferson. 

Schultz, see also Shultz. 

Schultz Annie, domestic 185 E Jefferson. 



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Schultz Dora, seamstress Hoosier Miifg Co, bds 201 John. 

Schultz Elizabeth (wid Wm), res 201 John. 

Schultz Frederick, laborer, bds 201 John. 

Schultz Frederick, mason, res 140 Francis. 

Schultz Henry, plasterer, res 298 E Lewis. 

Schultz Herman, bricklayer Wm Moellering, res 238 Hugh, 

Schultz John, bartender Tivoli Garden, bds Peter Nussbaum. 

Schultz Peter, saloon 45 E Main, I'es same. 

Schultz Wm, brakeman W, St L & P Ry, bds 75 Melita. 

Schultz Wm, machinist F W Jenney Electric Light Co, res 201 

John. 
Schultz Wm, rag peddler, res s s Horace 2 e of Holton ave. 
Schulz, see also Shulze. 
Schulz Catherine, domestic 49 W Berry. 
Schulz Fredericka, domestic Concordia College, 
Schulz Henry, laborer, res 162 Gay. 
Schumacher, see also Shoe^naker. 
Schumacher Wm, janitor Fort Wayne Conservatory of Music, 

res 134 Lafayette. 
Schumaker Adam, boilermaker, res 23 Baker. 
Schumann Hermann A, blacksmith Penn Co, res 206 E Lewis. 
Schunk, see Shimk. 

Schuricht Hei-man, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 245 Gay. 
Schust Adolph G, clerk Kerr-Murray Mnfg Co, bds 230 W 

Jefferson. 
Schust Amelia, domestic Concordia College. 
Schust Andrew, steward Concordia College, res same. 
Schust George A, carpenter W, St L & P Ry, res e s Wells 4 

n of canal feeder. 
Schust Helena, domestic Concordia College. 
Schust H Ferdinand, checker W, St L & P Ry, bds 230 W 

Jefferson. 
Schust Louis H, cigarmaker G Reiter, bds 230 W Jefferson. 
Schust Michael J, carpenter, res 230 W Jefferson. 
Schust Otto, clerk Kerr-Murray Mnfg Co, bds 230 W Jefferson, 
Schuster, see also Shuster. 

Schuster Harry, cigarmaker Boltz & Oppenhamer, bds cor Fair- 
field and Chicago. 
Schuster Wm, painter W, St L & P Ry, res s e cor Allen and 

S Calhoun. 
Schutt, see also Shutt. 

Schutt Lewis C, physician 294 Calhoun, res same. 
Schutz Ferdinand, cooper C Rosenberger, bds 76 Murray. 
Schwab John, laborer, res 392 E Wayne. 
Schwab John A F, tress hoopmaker S D Bitler, bds 392 E 

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Schwab Martin, painter S W Hull, res 527 E Wayne. 

Schwabe Julius, patternmaker Kerr-Murray Mnfg Co, res 192 
Madison. 

Schwake Henry J, teacher St John's School, res 73 Oakley. 

"Schwanz Matthew, carpenter, rms 37 Barr. 

Schwartz Charles A, harnessmaker G H Kuntz, res 242 E 
Wayne. 

Schwartz Christian, plasterer, res 107 Jackson, 

Schwartz Frederick, harnessmaker C B Neireiter, res 42 Butler. 

Schwartz George (George Schwartz & Son), res 348 Broadway. 

Schwartz George M (George Schwartz & Son), res 348 Broadway. 

Schwartz George & Son (George and George M), grocers 350 
Broadway. 

Schwartz Henry C, plasterer, res 542 S Calhoun. 

Schwartz John, gardener, res w s Walton ave 2 s of Pontiac. 

Schwartz Louis, blacksmith 84 Barr, res same. 

Schwartze John, laborer, res e s St Mary's ave 2 n of Aboit. 

Schwarz Carl, principal West German School, res e s DuBois 
1 s of Penn. 

Schwarz Charles A, res 104 Butler. 

Schwarze Henry, carpenter Cochrane & Humphrey, res 12 St 
Mary's ave. 

Schwarze Wm F, carpenter 131 Wallace, res same. 

Schwegman John F, plumber, bds 35 E Jefferson. 

Schwegman Miss Lydia, bds 100 E Jeiferson. 

Schwegman Matilda (wid Rudolph), res 35 E Jefferson. 

Schwegman Paul, entry clerk Root & Co, bds 85 E Jefferson. 

Schwehn Conrad, helper W, St L & P Ry, bds 18 Orchard. 

Schwehn John, blacksmith W, St L & P Ry, res 166 Gay. 

Schweiger Frederick, carpenter, res 91^ Force. 

Schweiniger Peter, res foot W 5th. 

Schwier Charles, grocer 176 Montgomery, res 174 same. 

Schwier Henry C, boilermaker Bass F & M Works, res s w cor 
Thomas and Pontiac. 

Schwier Wm, foreman boilermaker Bass F & M Works, res 186 
E Jefferson. 

Schwier Wm J, boilermaker Penn Co, res 159 Holman. 

Schwieters Herman, baker 41 E Columbia, res same. 

Schwieters Hermann A, clerk Fruit House, bds 41 E Columbia. 

Schwieters John H, baker 41 E Columbia, res same. 

Schwieters Joseph A, bookkeeper H Schwieters, bds 41 E Col- 
umbia. 

Schwind Albert A, engineer Penn Co, res cor Butler and Web- 
ster. 

Scott Miss Amelia, bds 39 Grand. 

Scott Arza W, driver C S R R Co, res n s Erie 3 w of Hanover. 

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Scott George, machinist Penn Co, res 129 Montgomery. 

Scott George, laborer Alexander McKernan, bds Erick Richter. 

Scott James, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 129 Montgomery. 

Scott James W, carpenter, res 527 E Wayne. 

Scott Jefferson C, messenger Adams ExjDress Co, res 301 W 
Jefferson. 

Scott Miss Jennie, bds 129 Montgomery. 

Scott John A, res 87 E Lewis. 

Scott John G, carpenter Penn Co, res 2 McClellan. 

Scott Nicholas, brakeman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds cor Harrison 
and 1st. 

Scott Win L, engineer Penn Co, res 118 Wallace. 

Scoville Seth, engineer W, St L & P Ry, res s w cor DeWald 
and Hoagland ave. 

Screen John, laborer, res n s Wheeler 1 w of Runnion ave. 

Scully John, laborer Penn Co, res 12 Colerick. 

Seabold, see also Seibold, Seybold and Siebold. 

Seabold Adam H, laborer Olds' Wagon Works, bds 202 Broad- 
way. 

Seabold Christian, teamster L Diether, res 211 W Main. 

Seabold Christopher, sawyer L Rastetter, res 34 Pritchard. 

Seabold Henry, engineer Penn Co, res 20 Lavina. 

Seabold John, res 200 Broadway. 

Seabold John G, sawyer Olds' Wagon Works, res 185 Lafay- 
ette. 

Search Simeon C, conductor N Y, C & St L Ry, res 3 E Supe- 
rior. 

Searles Ellis, printer Gazette Job room, bds 307 S Calhoun. 

Searles Joseph D, physician 307 S Calhoun, res same. 

Sears Leonard, broommaker, res 110 Chicago. 

Sears Leonard P, hostler 96 W Berry. 

Seatoil John, Oculist and Aurist, and Deputy Collector 
Internal Revenue 11th District, Office n w cor Calhoun and 
Columbia, res 91 W Superior. {See adv, p 79.) 

*Seavey Gideon W, Hardware 33 and 35 E Columbia, 
res 235 W Main. 

Second Presbyterian Church, s s Berry bet Webster and Ew- 
ing. 

Seeds Thomas, truckman, res 30 Riverside ave. 

Seeger Frederick, carpenter, res cor Chestnut and city limits. 

Seelberg Isidor (Louis Wolf & Co), res 183 W Wayne. 

Seelig Charles, porter Louis Fox, bds John Seelig, Rich road. 

Seelig Conrad, clerk G H Wilson & Sons, res Maysville road. 

Seelig Henry, city agent Louis Fox, bds John Seelig, Rich 
road. 

Seelig John, porter Louis Fox, bds John Seelig, Rich road. 

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Seelmann Jacob, helper W, St L & P Ry, bds 25 Nirdlinger 

ave. 
Seely Albert J, cabinetmaker J M Miller, res 72 Williams. 
Seely George F, manager the Newspaper Union, res 315 W 

Washington. 
Seemann, see also Siemon. 

Seemann Catherine, domestic 82 W Washington. 
Seemann Charles, peeler J C Peters, res 395 W Main. 
Seemann Conrad, drayman, res 19 Jones. 
Seemeier Gottlieb, merchant tailor 134 Broadway, res 118 W 

Jefferson. 
Seemeier Theodore G, bookkeeper Carnahan, Hanna & Co, bds 

118 W Jefferson. 
Sehrig Annie, bds s e cor De Wald and Hanna. 
Seibel Charles J C T, teacher Zion German Lutheran School, 

res cor Hanna and Creighton ave. 
Seibert, see also Sei/bert. 
Seibert Henry W, laborer Penn Co freight depot, res 121 E 

Washington. 
Seibert Wm, teamster, res 80 Cherry. 
Seibert Wm jr, laborer, bds 80 Cherry. 
Seibold, see also iSeabold, Seybold and Siebold. 
Seibold Andrew, laborer, res 174 Taylor. 
Seibold Catherine (wid Gottlieb), res 45 Walnut. 
Seibold Charles F, stopmaker Ft Wayne Organ Co, res 191 W 

DeWald. 
Seibold George, coachman 154 W Berry. 
Seibold George J, bds 107 N Cass. 
Seibold Henry J (C B Woodworth & Co), treas Fort Wayne 

City Bill Posting Co, res 99 N Cass. 
Seibold Jacob, res 18 Miner. 

Seibold John J, helper W, St L&P Ry, 174 Taylor. 
Seibold Joseph A, fly finisher Ft Wayne Organ Co, bds 45 

Walnut. 
Seibold Margaret (wid David), res 148 Wells. 
Seibt Charles A, painter Olds' Wagon Works, bds e s Lafay- 
ette 3 s of Pontiac. 
Siebt Charles B, gardener, res e s Lafayette 3 s of Pontiac. 
Seibt Louis, machinist Bass F & M Works, bds e s Lafayette 3 

s of Pontiac. 
Seidel, see also Sidel. 
Seidel Block, 52 Calhoun. 

Seidel Conrad, helper Penn Co, res 201 Hanna. 
Seidel Edmund, clerk Edward Seidel & Son, bds 52-| Calhoun. 
Seidel Edward (Edward Seidel & Son), Insurance 52^ 

Calhoun, res same. 



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*Seiclel Edward & Son (Edward and Willy), Proprietors 
Nickel Plate Eating House and Ice Cream Parlor Nickel 
Plate Depot. 

Seidel John, laborer, bds 201 Hanna. 

Seidel Otto, teamster Edward Seidel & Son, bds 52^ Calhoun. 

Seidel Willy (Edward Seidel & Son), bds 52| Calhoun. 

Seifert Herman, laborer, res 85 Holraan. 

Seiffert Walburga, St Joseph's Hospital. 

Seigler, see Ziegler. 

Seigmond Herman, tailor A Foster, res Pontiac nr P, F W & 
C R R yards. 

Seiman, see ISeemann and Siemon. 

Seipel Martin, coremaker Bass F & M Works, bds 41 Pine. 

Seiter Theresa, St Joseph's Hospital. 

Seitz David A, car inspector Nickel Plate Ry, res 6 Elm. 

Selby George, student, bds 309 W Jefferson. 

Self Jasper N, second-hand goods 207 Calhoun, res same. 

Selle Margaret (wid Gustavus), res 150 Montgomery. 

Seller Killian, brewer, res s e cor Archer ave and Andrew. 

Sellman Jacob, helper W, St L & P Ry, res 25 Nirdlinger ave. 

Sells Leon B, lineman W, St L & P Ry, res 330 Harrison. 

Selover Nelsoii H, city express, res 60 E Columbia. 

Senf Albert, carpenter, bds St Charles Hotel. 

Senker Hermann, eating house 1 Railroad, res 52 Williams. 

Sennegen Albert, laborer, res 26 John. 

Sennegen John, laborer, res 40 John. 

Sergeant, see Sargent. 

Sesseman Wm J, carpenter, res 52 Elm. 

Sessler Peter, poultry, res 55 Grand. 

Setelmeier Katherine (wid Anton), bds s s Pontiac opp Smith. 

Sevier Setta, domestic 156 W Wayne. 

Sextro Henry, clerk, bds 155 Wallace. 

Seybert, see also Seihert. 

Seybert Mary (wid John), boai'ding house 106 Barr. 

Seybold, see also Seabolcl, Selbold and Siebold. 

Seybold Charles F, painter, res 86 Putnam. 

Seybold Edward A, bds 86 Putnam. 

Seybold Wm, tuner Ft Wayne Organ Co, bds 164 Broadway. 

Shaddock Frank, fireman Nickel Plate Ry, bds 18^ Burgess. 

Shaden Joseph, bottler L Brames & Co, rms 37 Barr. 

Shadle Eugene, harnessmaker AL Johns & Co, bds 43 Superior. 

Shaepke Annie, nurse 141 W Berry. 

Shafer Aaron, bds 175 Clinton. 

Shafer John R, carpenter, res 197 E Jefferson. 

Shaffer, see also Schaefer, Scheffer and Schiefer. 

Shaffer Charles H, clerk E D Higgs, bds 79 E Superior. 

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Shaffer Elizabeth (wid S Wade), bds 106 W Superior. 

Shaffer George, engineer N Y, C & St L Ry, res 106 W Supe- 
rior. 

Shaffer George, grocer 169 Broadway, res same. 

Shaffer Henry, brakeman Penn Co, res n e cor Horace and 
Thomas. 

Shaffer Thomas, brakeman Penn Co, bds Nare House. 

Shaffer Wm L, flagman Nickel Plate Ry, res 77 E Superior. 

Shagle Louisa, domestic 225 Calhoun. 

Shambaugh Will H, lawyer s e cor Main and Court, bds Rob- 
inson House. 

Shamp H B, miller A Kalbacher, res 144 W DeWald. 

Shaphorst, see Schaphorst. 

Sharp Miss Carrie B, Principal Westminster Seminary, 
res same. {See adv, inside front cover.) 

Sharp Henry, res 251 W Main. 

Sharp John H, harnessmaker J E Sargent, res 22 Calhoun. 

Sharp Ralph P, clerk Wm H Miller, res 131 W 3d. 

Shatzer Josephine, nurse, rms 157 Ewing. 

Shaughnessy, see also 0^ Shaughnessy. 

Shaughnessy Catherine, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 64 
Williams. 

Shaughnessy Johanna (wid John), res 64 Williams. 

Shaughnessy Margaret (wid Martin), res 4 Colerick. 

Shaughnessy Michael, laborer Street Commissioner, res 4 Cole- 
rick. 

Shaughnessy Wm E, machine hand Ft Wayne Grgan Co, bds 
4 Colerick. 

Shaw Charles F, train dispatcher Nickel Plate Ry, res 45 E 3d. 

Shaw David J, Meatmarket 28 Smith, res 26 same. 

Shaw George A, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 334 Hanna. 

Shaw Thomas, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 334 Hanna. 

Shaw Vincent B, machine hand N G Olds & Sons, res 25 Smith. 

Shea Catherine (wid Bartholomew B), res 7 Walnut. 

Shea Dennis, fireman N Y, C & St L Ry, res 37 Baker. 

Shea Mary, tailoress L J Feist, bds 7 Walnut. 

Shea Mary A (wid Cornelius), res over 27 W Columbia. 

Shea Michael F, engineer Penn Co, res 421 Calhoun. 

Shea Patrick, fireman Penn Co, res 44 Melita. 

Shea Timothy, laborer P, F W & C Ry, res n s W, St L & P 
Ry track nr McCulloch. 

Sheaff George W, salesman Singer Mnfg Co, res 56 E Wayne. 

Sheahan Edward, laborer, bds 25 Baker. 

Shean, see also Sheehan. 

Shean John M, conductor Penn Co, bds Sullivan House. 

Shean Martin C, conductor Penn Co, bds Sullivan House. 



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Shearer, see also Schearer and Scherer. 

Shearer Mary, domestic 2 Thomas. 

Sheehan, see also Shean. 

Sheehan Wm P, conductor F W, C & L R R, res 182 E Wash- 
ington. 

Sheeler George W, tailor F Hardung, bds Washington House. 

Sheeley Henry, laborer Frederick Miller, res s s Wayne Trace 
1 e of Walton ave. 

Sheldon Charles H, bonnet bleacher 57 Clinton, res same. 

Sheldon Louisa (vvid David R), res 25 W Wayne. 

Sheldon W W, clerk T F Thieme, bds 25 W Wayne. 

Shell Adam, laborer Street Commissioner, res 68 W Main. 

Shell Clarence, clerk J D Gumpper, bds 68 W Main. 

Shell Mrs Jennie, res 68 W Main. 

Shelly Joseph, engineer Penn Co, res 96 E Lewis. 

Shelvey Thomas J, clerk Fruit House, res 76 Melita. 

Shelvey W A, fireman Penn Co, res 290 Harrison. 

Shepard Abraham L, carpenter, res 152 Fairfield ave. 

Sheppard Ella, waiter Robinson House. 

Sheppard Thomas, boilermaker P, F W & C Ry, res 189 Mont- 
gomery. 

Shepler John F, brakeman Penn Co, res w s Holton ave nr 
Greene. 

Shepley George, engineer J B Monning & Co, bds Hedekin 
House. 

Sherbondy Susannah R (wid Abraham M), res 439 S Broadway. 

Sherbondy Wm H, laborer, res 439 S Broadway. 

Sheridan, see also Shnrden. 

Sheridan Frank, farmer Academy of Our Lady of the Sacred 
Heart. 

Sheridan James, policeman, bds 67 E Superior. 

Sherland Martin, brakeman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds 5 Pearl. 

Sherwood Harriet (wid James), res 55 Barr. 

Shidel Charles A (Shidel & Heldt), res 182 E Wayne. 

Shidel & Heldt (Charles A Shidel, John Heldt), barbers 81 
Calhoun. 

Shideler Irvin P, canvasser, res e s Ohio 2 s of Maumee road. 

Shieltmier Elizabeth (wid Christian) res 180 W Jefferson. 

Shilling, see Schilling. 

Shingle Jacob, teamster, bds 83 W Washington. 

Shinker Emmaj domestic 166 W Wayne. 

Shinn Charles, waiter Globe Chop House, rms 51 E Main. 

Shipman Frank I, baggagemaster L S & M S Ry, res 18 N 
Cass. 

Shipman James F, conductor L S & M S Ry, res 73 W 4th. 

Shmalzrieedt Sophie, laundress, res over 201 Lafayette. 

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Shoaff Emma, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 180 Fairfield 

ave. 
Shoaff James B, boarding house 152 E Berry. 
Slioaflf John A, Photographer 21 and 23 W Berry, res e s 

Spy Run ave 2 s of Elizabeth. 
Shoaff John R, bookkeeper G E Bursley & Co, bds Fleming 

House, 
Shoaff Samuel H, res 84 E Berry. 
Shoaff Valentine, painter, res 180 Fairfield ave. 
Shober J Edgar, reporter, res 345 E Washington. 
Shoemaker, see also Schumacher. 
Shoemaker Frank, laborer Penn Co freight depot, bds Spy Run 

ave. 
Shoemaker Lizzie (wid James S), res e s Spy Run ave 3 s of 

Riverside ave. 
Shoenfeld Wm, engineer, res 59 Stophlet. 
Shoenley Minnie, domestic 32 Clinton. 
Shoep Matthias, helper Penn Co, res 46 Taylor. 
Shoff Uriah S, traveling agent Geo DeWald & Co, rms 50 W 

Superior. 
Shondel Wm, laborer, res 108 Barr. 

Shookman John, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 420 Hanna. 
Shoolin Thomas, brakeman, res 37 Williams. 
Shophorst Wm, carpenter F W, C & L R R, res 26 Orchard. 
Shoppman, see Schoppmann. 

Shord James, fireman NY, C & St L Ry, bds 5 Pearl. 
Shordon, see also Jourdain. 

Shordon Catherine (wid Stephen), res 135 Lafayette. 
Shordon Daniel, Agricultural Implements 61 and 63 E 

Columbia, res same. 
Shorey George W, engineer W, St L & P Ry, res 18 Butler. 
Shorey I Herbert, clerk W, St L & P Ry,bds 18 Butler. 
Shorey Wm H, clerk F W, C & L R R, bds 18 Butler. 
Short James C, fireman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds John Brendel. 
Shova, see Schova. 

Shreve Milton H, switchman, res 200 Hanna. 
Shrimpton Alfred (Kendrick & Shrimpton), res 44 W Wash- 
ington. 
Shryock Ann E (wid Joseph), res 27 W Berry. 
Shryock Samuel, res 12 N Cass. 
Shryock Wm W, D D S, Operative Dentist, Filling and 

Managing Children's Teeth a Specialty 27 W Berry, res 

same. 
Shubert, see Schubert. 
Shultz, see also Schultz. 
Shultz Ernst, carpenter, bds 216 E Washington. 

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Shultz Mary, waiter Rich's Hotel 

Shultz Wilhelmina, teacher Clay School, bds 103 Wilt. 

Shultz Wm J, fii'eraan Penn Co, bds Darrow House. 

Shulze, see also Schuh. 

Shulze Charles E, clerk Root & Co, res 161 Griffith. 

Shulze Elliott G, assistant bookkeeper Hoffman Bros, bds 161 
Griffith. 

Shulze Emma, waiter 96 W Wayne. 

Shulze O Walter, bartender U Stotz, bds 23 E Main. 

SllUlliail Erastus, Second-Hand Goods 43 E Main, res 56* 
E AVayne. 

Shumann Block, n s Main bet Barr and Clinton. 

Shunk Ella, domestic 30 Douglas ave. 

Shunk Frank, carpenter Penn Co, res 124 Madison. 

Shunk Theresa (wid Frank), res 19 Lafayette. 

Shurden, see also Sheridan. 

Shurden Annabelle (wid John), res 19 Taylor. 

Shurden Charles L, laborer Penn Co, bds 19 Taylor. 

Shurick Frank S, ice peddler, res 228 Fairfield ave. 

Shurtleff August H, laborer, bds 182 Greeley. 

Shurtleff Charles P, conductor X Y, C & St L Ry, res 82 Greeley. 

Shuster, see also Schuster. 

Shuster John, casting supervisor P, F W & C Ry and Bass F 
& M Works, res 533 E Wayne. 

Shutt, see also Sehutt. 

Shutt George F, editor-in-chief The Journal, bds cor Clinton 
and Wayne. 

Shwab, see Schicab. 

Sibray Miss Mary, clerk M Frank & Co, bds 230 W Wayne. 

Sibray Nathan, carpenter W, St L & P Ry, res 230 W Wayne. 

Sidle, see also Seidel. 

Sidle Isaac, engineer W, St L & P Ry, res 29 Garden. * 

Sidle Miss Minnie A, teacher Washington School, bds 29 Gar- 
den. 

Siebert, see Seibert and Seybert. 

Siebold, see also Seabold, Seibold and Seybold. 

Siebold Adam, bds 83 Barthold. 

Siebold Casper, teamster, res 83 Barthold. 

Siebold Christopher, blacksmith E Fogerty, bds 83 Barthold. 

Siebold David, teamster D Tagtraeyer, bds 77 W Superior. 

Siebold Eva, domestic 88 W Berry. 

Siebold George H, teamster, bds 83 Barthold. 

Siebold Henry, blacksmith Fleming Mnfg Co, bds 83 Barthold. 

Siebold John,' boilermaker W, St L & PRy, res 294 S Broad- 
way. 

Siebold Sophie (wid Bernhard), res 7 Pine. 

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Siebold Wm, clerk, bds 7 Pine. 

Siebold Wm C, spoke inspector N G Olds & Sons, bds 83 Bar- 

thold. 
Siegmond, see Seigmond. 
Siemon, see also Seemann. 

Siemon August A, clerk W Jacobs & Sons, bds 27 Madison, 
Sienaon August F (Siemon & Bro), res 27 Madison. 
Siemon Charles, iron worker C F Muhler, bds 82 E Jefferson. 
Siemon Charles F, mail clerk P O, res 76 Montgomery. 
Siemon Frank, baker Wm F Geller, bds 102 Broadway. 
Siemon Henry R, clerk Siemon & Bro, bds 27 Madison. 
Siemon Herman T, clerk Siemon & Bro, bds 27 Madison. 
. Siemon Otto, teacher Concordia Colle§e, res college grounds. 
Siemon Paul, engineer H C Taylor & Co, res 82 E Jefferson. 
Siemon Rudolph (Siemon & Bro), res 100 E Jefferson. 
Siemon & Brother (August F and Rudolph), Books, 

Stationery, Wall Paper, Picture Frames, Etc 50 Calhoun. 

{See adv, back cover.) 
Sievers Katie, domestic 172 E Jefferson. 
Sihler Rev Wm, res 166 Barr. 
Silverman Wm, servant A H Hamilton 
Silvers Mrs Helen, res 190 Montgomery. 
Simard Etienne, clerk Stewart & Hahn, bds Fleming House. 
Simmers Wm G, foreman blacksmith L B Johns, bds 25 Barr. 
Simmons Wm H, servant 179 Clinton. 
Simon Julius P, helper W, StL&PRy, res 18 Pine. 
Simons John, clerk G E Spiegel, bds 36 Nirdlinger ave. 
*Siinons Oscar A, President First National Bank, res 33 

Brackenridge. 
Simonson James H (Rhinesmith & Simon8on),re8 61 W Berry. 
Simonton George W, laborer, res 24 W 4th. 
Simonton Wm J, clerk Certia & Mosier, bds 24 W 4th. 
Simpson John, cook English Kitchen, res 86 Hanna. 
Simpson M E Church, s e cor Dawson and Harrison. 
Sims Edward A, conductor G R & I R R, res 93 E Lewis. 
Sims Wm D, molder Kerr-Murray Mnfg Co, bds St Charles 

House. 
Sinclair John L, helper W, St L & P Ry, bds 109 W DeWald. 
Sinclair Samuel E (Sinclair & Hanna), res 181 E Wayne. 
Sinclair Miss Susan S, teacher Harmer School, bds 181 E Wayne. 
Sinclair Thomas, machinist W, St L & P Ry, res 109 W De- 
Wald. 
Sinclair & Hanna (Samuel E Sinclair, Henry C Hanna), 

Lawyers 6 and 7 Mergel's Block s w cor Calhoun and Main. 
Sindrom Charles J, laborer J A Koehler, res w s Calhoun s of 

Pontiac. 

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FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 375 

Sine Amos, engineer Penn Co, res 77 Dawson. 

Sine Clara, domestic e s Harmer 3 s of Madison. 

Sing Lee, laundry 243 Calhoun, res same. 

Singer Manufacturing Company The, N H Bled- 
soe Manager, 73 Calhoun. 

Singleton John P, brakeman Penn Co, bds 33 Baker. 

Singleton Michael, plumber, bds 33 Baker. 

Singleton Michael T, policeman, res 33 Baker. 

Singleton Philip J, machinist Penn Co, res 27 Baker. 

Singmester Joseph M, traveling agent, res 177 Jackson. . 

Singmester Joseph M jr, coppersmith Penn Co, res 177 Jackson. 

Sink Elizabeth W (wid Elijah), bds Jehiel Fox. 

Sink Miss Florence E, bds Jehiel Fox. 

Sinks John, res 28 Douglas ave. 

Sinnegan Albert, stoker Ft Wayne Gas Light Co, res w s Fran- 
cis nr Wayne. 

Sircle Emanuel, laborer Ft Wayne Organ Co, res w s Fairfield 
s of factory. 

Sisler Frank, switchman Penn Co, res 5 Hoagland ave. 

Sisters of tbe Holy Cross, 6 miles north of Court 
House. (See adv, j) ^.) 

Sites David, finisher N G Olds & Sons, bds w s Broadway s of 
limits. 

Sites Edward F, Dentist 27 Calhoun, res 206 W Wayne. 

Sites Emvie, machine hand Ft Wayne Organ Co, bds w s S 
Calhoun 1 n of Pontiac. 

Sites George W, actionraaker Ft Wayne Organ Co, res e s In- 
diana ave s of limits. 

Sites Henry C, Dentist 82 Calhoun, res 25 W Lewis. {See 
right bottom lines.) 

Sites John, res w s S Broadway s of limits. 

Sithens Anthony H, hostler Hoffman Bros, res 163 W Superior. 

Sithens Hermann T, plasterer, res 53 Oliver. 

Sithens Stephen G, millwright Hoffman Bros, res 120 W Supe- 
rior. 

Siver Emmett L, physician, rms 22 Baker. 

Skatulla Carl, patternmaker Bass F & M Works, rms 96 Mont- 
gomery. 

Skelley Philip S, book agent, res 11 McClellan. 

*Slfelton Benjamin W, Wholesale Grocer and Commis- 
sion Merchant 176 Calhoun, res 126 W Jefferson. 

Skinner Benajah C, engineer Penn Co, res 391 Hanna. 

Skuse Frank D, fireman Penn Co, bds Darrow Hotel. 

Siade Rev George P, Pastor Christian Church, res 87 
W Jefferson. 

Slagle Miss Anna, res 319 Hanna. 



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Slagle H Levi, engineer Penn Co, res s s Fisher 2 w of Holton 
ave. 

Slagle John F, machinist Penn Co, res 76 Butler. 

Slagle John H, clothes wringers 33 W Main, res 118 Jack- 
son. 

Slagle Julia A (wid Samuel), res 418 S Broadway. 

Slagle Wm S, engineer Penn Co, res 396 Hanna. 

Slataper Daniel L, engineer Penn Co, res Wayne Trace opp 
east yards. 

Slater Albert, driver C S R R Co, bds 23 Murray. 

Slater Fowler, brakeman Nickel Plate Ry, bds John Brendel. 

Slater George A, machinist Penn Co, res 184 Francis. 

Slater John, blacksmith W, St L & P Ry, res 29 Butler. 

Slater Joseph, blacksmith Bass F & M Works, res 29 Prince. 

Slater Louis A, machinist Penn Co, res 184 Francis. 

Slater Monroe T, turner Schleimann & Co, res 36 Smith. 

Slater Sarah T (wid Isaac S), res 24 Barthold. 

Slater Thomas P, laborer S Bash & Co, res 240 W Main. 

Slater Wm, plumber Staub Bros, bds 16 Brackenridge. 

Slater WmJ^, res w s St Mary's ave 3 n of Aboit. 

Slater Wm H, laborer, res 55 Thomas. 

Slattery Michael, sectionman W, St L & P Ry, res 65 Melita. 

Slaudraff George, laborer, res 21 Pontiac. 

Sloan James H, clerk Penn Co, res 161 Harmer. 

Sloat Levi C, fireman Penn Co, bds 74 Douglas ave. 

Slocnm Samuel, machinist Jenney Electric Light Co, res 244 
E Washington. 

Small house Lottie (wid Charles), res 96 Barr. 

Smailwood Wm, engineer Nickel Plate Ry, bds 18^ Burgess. 

Smaltz Francis M, grocer 307 WMain, res 353 same. 

Smaltz John, clerk F M Sraaltz, res 353 W Main. 

Smead Albert, truckman, res 377 E Washington. 

Sraead Edward C, laborer, res s s Erie 4 w of Walton ave. 

Smead John H, hostler Liggat Bros, res 43 W Superior. 

Smedley Edward G, traveling agent, bds 134 E Main. 

Smenner, see also Schmenner. 

Smenner Theodore, laborer, res 216 Lafayette. 

Smick Manford M, bookkeeper Falk & Lamley, bds 526 E 
Wayne. 

Smick Solomon S, manager F D Paulus, res 526 E Wayne. 

Sinick Wm P, salesman F D Paulus, res 164 W Wayne. 

Smith, see also Schmidt. 

Smith Adam, apprentice Jenney Electric Light Co, bds 343 E 
Lewis. 

Smith Andrew, helper W, St L & P Ry, bds 100 Butler. 

Smith Augustus, saloon 100 E Columbia, res same. 

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Smitli Calvin L, clerk Penn Co freight depot, res s w cor Barr 

and Washington. 
Smith Casimir, mason, bds Washington House. 
Smith Casper A, engineer W, St L & P Ry, res 100 Butler. 
Smith Charles (col'd), cook The Robinson. 
Smith Charles B, saloon 401 E Wayne, res same. 
Smith Christopher, laborer N G Olds & Sons, res w s Blufton 

road. 
Smith Clarence G, solicitor The Gazette, res 344 W Wash- 
ington. 
Smith Cornelius S, physician 38 Douglas ave, res same. 
Smith Mrs C L, superintendent City Hospital, res same. 
Smith David M, traveling agent, rms 121 Harrison. 
Smith Edward, miller George Esmond, res 2 e of Esmond's mill. 
Smith Edward C, carriage mnfr 71 E Columbia, res 11 Monroe. 
Smith Egan H, taxidermist E H Smith, res 48 E Columbia. 
Smith Emil H, taxidermist 18 W Columbia,bds Fleming House. 
Smith Emily (wid Anthony), bds n e cor Aboit and Franklin 

ave. 
Smith Ernest W, car inspector F W, C & L R R, bds 216 E 

Washington. 
Smith Esther (wid Samuel), res 53 W Lewis. 
Smith Eugene B, foreman Newspaper Union, res 36 McClellan. 
Smith Frederick, laborer Wm Moellering, bds John Wygralak. 
Smith Frederick, switchman Penn Co, res 237 Clay. 
Smith Fi-ederick S, machinist NG Olds & Sons, res w s Hanna 

8 s of limits. 
Smith George, fireman Penn Co. res cor Creighton ave and 

Thomas. 
Smith George, setter J C Peters, bds 4 DeGroff. 
Smith George B, apprentice Ft Wayne Safety Valve Works, 

bds 343 E Lewis. 
Smith George G, well driver, res 135 Franklin ave. 
Smilli George H, cigarmakev C Wenninghoff, res 63 Madison. 
Smith George M, farmer, bds 92 W Superior. 
Smith George W (Patton & Smith), res cor Calhoun and Pon- 

liac. 
Smith George W, engineer John Orff, res 160 Hoffman. 
Smith Henry, clerk Penn Co, res 35 John. 

Smith Henry, engineer W, St L & P Ry, res 106 W DeWald, 
Smith Henry J, clerk D N Foster Furnitnrt^ Co, bds 33 Wilt. 
Smith Homer T, telegraph operater F W, C & L R R, bds 353 

E Wayne. 
Smith Jacob H, carriage trimmer L B Johns, bds 25 Barr. 
Smith James, foreman machine shop N G Olds & Sons, res 14 

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Smith James M, edger J C Peters, bds 4 DeGroff. 

Smith John, fireman Penn Co, bds 100 Butler. 

Smith John, molder Bass F & M Works, res 343 E Lewis. 

Smith John, sectionman Penn Co, res 435 Lafayette. 

Smith John M, cooper T W Blair, res 179 W Washington. 

Smith John W, teamster, res w s Metz 5 s of Taylor. 

Smith Joseph D, fireman Nickel Plate Ry, res 181 Oakland. 

Smith J McNutt, res 39 Douglas ave. 

Smith J Sion, assistant superintendent Bass F & M Works, res 
96 Butler. 

Smith Louisa, domestic 171 Broadway. 

Smith Miss Lucy C, teacher Hanna School, bds 201 W Main. 

Smith Manning S, clerk E D Higgs, res 353 E Wayne. 

Smith Martin E, clerk E D Higgs, bds Calhoun nr Lewis. 

Smith Mary (wid Daniel E), bds 201 W Main. 

Smith Merrill W, hostler C L Centlivre, res nr brewery. 

Smith Murray, bds 39 Douglas ave. 

Smith Nathaniel, bds 19 Lafayette. 

Smith Philip B, blacksmith L B Johns, bds 14 Wall. 

Smith Philip V, machinist Bass F & M Works, res 14 Wall. 

Smith Reader, bds 39 Douglas ave. 

Smith Rebecca (wid Thomas), bds C W Berry. 

Smith Robert, clerk Baals- & Co, bds Madison. 

Smith Robert L, manager Academy of Music, res 154 Harrison. 

Smith Sadie, bds 48 Chicago. 

Smith Samuel E, conductor NY, C & St L Ry, bds n e cor 
Calhoun and Superior. 

Smith Seymour J, traveling agent Morgan & Beach, res 119 E 
Main. 

Smith Thomas C, painter, res 154 Montgomery. 

Smith Walter, laborer George Roberts, bds 41 Miner. 

Smith Walter C, switchman Nickel Plate Ry, res 43 Baker. 

Smith Warren M, cutter S M Foster, bds 116 Fulton. 

Smith Wm, farmer, bds 32 Oliver. 

Smith Wm, laborer J C Peters, res 4 DeGroff. 

Smith Wm B, bookkeeper Bass F& M Works, res cor Calhoun 
and Piqua ave. 

Smith Wm G, tinner Henry DeWald, res 187 E Jefferson. 

Smith Wm L, foreman N G Olds & Son, res 42 McClellan. 

Smith Mrs W G, dressmaker 187 E Jefferson, res same. 

Smitley Jesse C, carpenter, bds 30 Oak. 

Smyser Henry L, brakeman, bds 270 W Washington. 

Smyser Daniel F, clerk S Bash & Co, res 270 W Washington. 

Smyser Harry, brakeman Penn Co, bds 270 W Washington. 

Smyser Miss Mary, teacher Jefferson School, bds 270 W Wash- 
ington. 

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tt%r TIM TVDCO go to Hamilton Art Gallery, S.E. 
rUr I MM" I T ILO cor. Calhouu and Columbia Sts. 

FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 379 

Smyser Mary A (wid Jacob), res 270 W Washington. 

Smyser Peter D (S Bash & Co), res 246 W Berry. 

Snider, see also Schneider and Snyder. 

Snider Allen B, clerk A I & H Friends, res Spy Run ave. 

Snider Charles, finisher N G Olds & Sons, res 18 Colerick. 

Snider Charles W, layer off N G Olds & Sons, bds 3 S Monroe. 

Snider Flora, ironer Troy Steam Laundry, bds 3 S Monroe. 

Snider James, laborer, bds 198 Lafayette. 

Snider Miss Lillie, milliner A Mergentheim, bds 198 Lafayette. 

Snider Lois M (wid Evan), res n s Prospect ave 2 e of Spy 

Run ave. 
Snider Miss M Alma, teacher Jefferson School, bds Lois M 

Snider. 
Snider Oscar, clerk, res 198 Lafayette. 
Snow Stephen, bartender, res 146 W Main. 
Snowberger Alva, butter dealer, res 227 Madison. 
Snyder, see also Schneider and Snider. 
Snyder Clark, engineer G R & I R R, res 21 Lavina. 
Snyder Charles S, bartender A Schnoesenberg, bds 41 E Main. 
Snyder Edward H, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 59 Oakley. 
Snyder Ferdinand, engineer Penn Co, res 59 Oakley. 
Snyder Miss Florence, laundress, bds 205 E Washington. 
Snyder Frank P, boilermaker W, St L & P Ry, rms 34 W Main. 
Snyder Mrs Harriet, res 205 E Washington. 
Snyder Isaac L, conductor Penn Co, res 67 Baker. 
Snyder John H, teamster, res 23 Hoffman. 
Snyder Mrs Julia, milliner S B Hall, res 34 W Main. 
Snyder Mary (wid Henry), bds 345 E Washington. 
Snyder Minnie, domestic 245 W Berry. 
Snyder Simon, res 145 Archer ave. 
Snyder Wm, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds e s Monroe 3 s of 

Wallace. 
Snyder Wm F, carpenter, bds 23 Hoffman. 
Soliday George W (Soliday & Bro), res 175 Lafayette. 
Soliday Jesse F, laborer, bds 43^ E Columbia. 
Soliday Solomon D (Soliday & Bro), res 10 Elizabeth. 
Soliday & Bro (Solomon D and George W), second-hand goods 

63 E Main. 
Somers Charles F, engineer Penn Co, res 131 Holman. 
Somers Wm M, fireman Penn Co, res 56 Leith. 
Somieski Mary (wid Charles), res e s Franklin ave 1 n of Lake. 
Sommer Carl, photographer 30 Calhoun, res 41 Putnam. 
Sommer Frederick, wiper Penn Co, res 83 Holman. 
Sommer Gertrude (wid Joseph), res 57 W Jefferson. 
Sommer Henry H, machinist Penn Co, res 55 W Jefferson. 
Sommers, see also Summers. 

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Soramers Henry G, clerk H G Wagner, bds 24 E Washington. 

Somniers John F, brakeraan Penn Co, lids 196 Broadway. 

Soramers Mary (wid John), res 31 Grand. 

Sonimers Moses P, brakeman Penn Co, bds 31 Grand. 

Somraers Reinhardt, res n s 4th 1 e of Wells. 

Sonnenburg August, helper Bass F & M Works, res 52 Smith. 

Sonneiiburg Daniel, coremaker Bass F &M Works, res 69 Oliver. 

Sonnenburg Ellen, domestic 104 Barr. 

Sonnenburg Frank, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 338 Hanna. 

Sonnenburg Frederick, coremaker Bass F & M Works, res 53 

Smith. 
Sonnenburg Michael, wiper Penn Co, res 83 Smith. 
Sontag Louis, machinist, res 83 Taylor. 
Sordelet Frank L, clerk L Wolf & Co, res 36 E 2d. 
Sorg Alban, jeweler Trenkley & Scherzinger, bds Custer House. 
Sorg Eva (wid Joseph), res 61 E Main. 
Sorg George, painter Penn Co, bds 61 E Main. 
Sorg John, laborer Jacob Klett, bds 61 E Main. 
Sorg Joseph A, restaurant 61 E Main, i-es same. 
Sorge Frederick, teamster Peters B & L Co, res 12 Clark. 
Sosenheimer Benjamin C, tinner Penn Co, res 52 Charles. 
Sosenheimer Charles J, tinner Penn Co, res 210 Lafayette. 
Sosenheimer .lohn, res 52 Charles. 

Souder Daniel W, deputy county clerk, res 17 Miner. 
Southern James, engineer Penn Co, res 278 Webster. 
Southern Wm H, fireman Penn Co, res cor Webster and Butler. 
Sovine Emanuel, carpenter, res 65 Hoffman. 
Sovine Samuel H, blacksmith w s Plum 1 n of Superior, res 79 

E Putnam. 
Spahr Samuel, cigarmaker L Dessauer & Co, res 103 W Main. 
Spain Umbleton, teamster B W Skelton, rms cor Coleman and 

Calhoun. 
Spalding- Willard W, Dairyman w s S Calhoun 2 s of 

Killea, res same. 
Spangler Ephraim, laborer, res 87 W Superior. 
Spanla Eliza, carder French, Hanna & Co, bds 101 Wells. 
Spanla Louis, machinist W, St L & P Ry, res 101 Wells. 
Spaulding Christian, laborer, bds 98 Montgomery. 
Spearing Henry, engineer W", St L & P Ry, res 123 Williams. 
Speckman Charles, teamster, res 18 Ewing. 
Speidel, see also tSjnegel. 

Speidel Anthony, laborer, bds 272 E Jefferson. 
Speidel Frank, laborer, bds 272 E Jefferson. 
Speidel Hermann, laborer Penn Co, res 272 E Jefferson. 
Speidel Miss Mary, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 2 72 E 

Jefferson. 

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FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 381 

Spekert Casper, laborer, res 85 Holman. 

Spellner Charles, brickmaker, res 341 Hanna. 

Spencer Calvin W (Rowe & Spencer), res 317 Harrison. 

Spencer Clara R (wid Asaph P), bds 68 Creighton ave. 

Spencer David J, clerk, rms 176 Calhoun. 

Spencer Miss Ellen J (Jenkinson & Spencer), res 216 W Wayne. 

Spencer Martin V B (Spencer & Jenkinson), pres The Journal 

Co, res 216 W Wayne. 
Spencer Thomas, clerk Rowe & Spencer, bds 317 Harrison. 
Spencer & Jenkinson (Martin V B Spencer, Joseph J 

Jenkinson), Lawyers 33 Calhoun. 
Spereisen Cresence, seamstress 261 W Berry. 
Spereisen J Alexander, blacksmith 165 Fairfield ave, res 56 

Taylor. 
Spereisen Samuel E, apprentice J A Spereisen, bds 56 Taylor. 
Spice George, teamster George Esmond, res 1 e of Esmond's 

mill. 
Spice John (J Spice & Son), res 48 W Main. 
Spice J & Son (John and Robert), Pump Manufacturers 

and Dealers in Lightning Rods and Wind Mills 48 W Main 

and 11 Pearl. [See ttdv, p 69.) 
Spice Robert (J Spice & Son), res 50 W Main. 
Spiegel, see also /Speidel. 
Spiegel August D, res 40 Wall. 
Spiegel Bernard, laborer W, St L & P Ry, res 153 W De- 

Wald. 
Spiegel Charles B, clerk H N Goodwin, bds 315 W Jefferson. 
Spiegel Fred C, clerk Meyer Bros & Co, res w s Fairfield ave 

s of city limits. 
Spiegel Gottfried E, grocer 183 Broadway, res 36 Nirdlinger 

ave. 
Spiegel Gustav, boots and shoes 132 Broadway, res 315 W 

Jefferson. 
Spiegel Wm, turner Ft Wayne Organ Co, res 94 Wilt. 
Spielman Mary (wid Peter), res 206 Madison. 
Spielman Peter, laborer, res 17 Summit. 

Spierman Lizzie, wrapper Summit City Soap Co, bds 17 Summit. 
Spilker Christian, carpenter, res w s Metz 3 s of Taylor. 
Spillner Charles, brickmaker Wm Miller, res 341 Henry. 
Spindler August, laborer Horton Mnfg Co, res 8 Foi'ce. 
Spindler Jacob, laborer, res 256 E Washington. 
Spoenle Louis, machinist, res 101 Wells. 
Sponhauer Weidler S, saddlery, res 43 Union. 
Sprague Miss Aurelia, seamstress, rms 237 W Wayne. 
Sprandel Henry, laborer Wra Moellering, bds Union House. 
Sprandel Wm, night clerk Aveline House, res 55 E Wayne. 

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Springer Henry B, cigarmaker J C Eckert, res 96 W Jefferson. 

Sproat David A, laborer Penn Co freight depot, res 111 Force. 

Spurrier Dennis D, tinner M Diehl & Co, res 141 Force. 

Squire Frank, clerk Windsor Hotel. 

St Augustine's Academy, s e cor Calhoun and Jefferson. 

St Charles Hotel, Mrs M Franz proprietor, 233 Calhoun. 

St Clair Arthur C, jeweler, bds St Charles Hotel. 

St John Spencer, bds 34 Thomas. 

St John's Lutheran School, s e cor Washington and Van 

Buren. 
St John's Reformed German Church, s e cor W Washington 

and Webster. 
St Joseph's Hospital (Catholic), s w cor W Main and Broadway. 
St Joseph's School, 376 S Calhoun. 
St Leo's Church (Catholic), Leo, Allen Co. 
St Mary's Academy, s w cor Jefferson and Lafayette. 
St Mary's German (Catholic) Church, s w cor Jefferson and 

Lafayette. 
St Mary's Hall, s w cor Lafayette and Jefferson. 
St Mary's School (for boys), s w cor Lafayette and E Jefferson. 
St Mary's School (for girls), s e cor Lafayette and E Jefferson. 
St Paul's German (Catholic) Church, cor Griffith and W Wash- 
ington. 
St Paul's German Lutheran Church, w s Barr bet Jefferson 

and Lewis. 
St Paul's German School, s e cor W Washington and Griffith. 
Si Paul's Lutheran School, n e cor Barr and Madison. 
St Peter's German (Catholic) Church, s s St Francis w of 

Hanna. 
St Peter's School, s s St Francis w of Hanna. 
St Vincent's (Catholic) Church, Academic, Allen Co. 
Stace Alfred W, grocer s e cor Spy Run and Riverside aves, 

res same. 
Stackhouse John L, fireman N Y, C & St L Ry, res s s Boone 

2 e of Osage. 
Stadtler Christian, res 71 W 3d. 

Stadtler John, Saloon 120 Calhoun, res 10 W Washington. 
Stadtler Louis, res Rockhill cor Pritchard. 
Stafford Martin, engineer Penn Co, res 273 E Lewis. 
Staffy Alexander, laborer S Bash & Co, res 93 Elm. 
Stagmier John, waiter F Schmueckle, bds 10 E Berry. 
Stahl Belle, cook Darrow House. 
Stahl (.Christian, laborer Penn Co, res 49 St Martin's. 
Stahl Christian F, machine hand Penn Co, bds 49 St Martin's. 
Stahl George, brakeman G R & I R R, bds 33 E DeWald. 
Stahl Reuben, carpenter n w cor Butler and Clinton, res same. 

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FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. * 383 

Stahlhut Elizabeth, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 153 
Ewing. 

Stahlhut Frederick, teamster Wm Lichtsinn, res 153 Ewing. * 

Stahn George, helper Penn Co, bds 85 Monroe. 

Stahn Oswald, clerk Keil & Bro, bds 85 Monroe. 

JStaiman Ida (wid Jacob), laundress, res 6 Pearl. 

Staley John H, conductor N Y, C & St L Ry, res 98 Ewing. 

Stalf Catherine, cook 12 Harrison. 

Stalf Louis, carpenter, bds 264 E Washington. 

Standard Life Association The, Jacob Hetrick Presi- 
dent, G B Mcintosh Vice-President, O C Kneale Secretary, 
29 W Main. 

Standard Manufacturing Co, J F Curtice President 
and Treasurer, Manufacturer of Car-Brake, Shoes and 
Heads Room 67 Burgess Block. 

^Standard Oil Co, s w cor Calhoun and Main. 

Standiff Lydia (wid James M), bds 213 Fairfield ave. 

Staneky Mary (wid John), res 100 Laselle. 

Stanger Elizabeth, teamster Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds Henry 
Stanger. 

Stanger Henry, helper Penn Co, res e s Lafayette 2 s of Pon- 
tiac. 

Stanley Miss Emma, teacher Jefferson School, bds 221 WMain. 

Stanley Johnson, carriagemaker 221 W Main, res same. 

"Stanton, see Staunton. 

Stapleford Emma (wid Charles), bds 34 Chicago. 

Stipleford Henry T, traveling agent, res 99 E Washington. 

*Stapleford Lucien P (Stapleford & Co), auctioneer s e cor 
Lafayette and Columbia, res same. 

^Stapleford & Co (Lucien P Stapleford), Livery, Feed and 
Sale Stables and Proprietors Herdic Coach Line s e cor 
Lafayette and Columbia. 

Stapleton Charles, teamster, res n s Penn 1 e of DuBois. 

*Star Iron Tower Co, J H Bass President, R T McDon- 
ald Secretary, E J O'Beirne General Manager, Manufac- 
turers of the O'Beirne Patent Towers and Masts for Elec- 
tric Lighting and Publishers of The American Electrical 
Directory 87 and 89 E Columbia. {See adv, p 77.) 

*Star Union Line, P A Lynn Agent, 93 Calhoun. 

Stark Daniel J, bartender Boltz & Beebe, rms 10 W Berry. 

Stark Erasmus, cellarman, res 25 Nirdlinger ave. 

Stark Martin, laborer Kerr-Murray Mnfg Co, res 125 Monroe. 

Starke Charles, machine hand White's Wheel Works, res 217 
John. 

Starke Christian, carpenter, bds 81 Wall. 

Starke Frederick, boltmaker Penn Co, res 8 Orchai'd. 

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Starke Mary, domestic 216 W Berry. 

Starkey Amos, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 217 John. 

Starkey Mary, domestic 102 Broadway. 

*Starkey Orlando L, paints 12 W Columbia, res 102 E Main. 

Starkie Annie, nurse 97 W Wayne. 

Starr Henry, blacksmith Chauvey Bros, bds 13 Maiden Lane. 

Starr Lemuel P, fireman Penn Co, res 471 Lafayette. 

Staub Alexander H (Staub Bros), res 168 Griffith. 

Staub Bros (Alexander H and George W), stoves, tinware, 

house furnishing goods and tin-roofers 16 E Columbia. 
Staub George W (Staub Bros), res 47 Superior, 
Staub Max, brakeman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds Pennsylvania 

House. 
Stauffer Gottlieb, tailor 182 Calhoun, res 59 Brackenridge. 
Staunton, see also Stanton. . 
Staunton Mrs Louise G, res 23 Baker. 
Staunton Oliver J, traveling agent, bds 23 Baker. 
Staurmer Wm, helper Bass F & M Works, res 108 Maumee 

road. 
Stausbecker George, laborer Penn Co, res 43 Wilt. 
Stearaan Charles A, brakeman Penn Co, res s e cor Dawson 

and Hoagland ave 
Stebbins James, fireman G R & I R R, res 177 Hanna. 
Stecher Charles, engineer Penn Co, res cor Buchanan and 

Warsaw. 
Stecher Tilla, domestic 19 W Jefferson. 
Steckly Magdalene, domestic s s Walnut 5 w of Oakley. 
Steedly James P, tinware peddler, res 115 Gay. 
Steele David, agent, res 100 E Lewis. 
Steely James G (Adams & Steeley), res Dayton, O. 
Steen Elizabeth (wid Joseph), res 47 Buchanan. 
Steer, see Stier. 

Steffy Alexander, laborer, res 62 Elm. 
Stege August, laborer Penn Co, res 7 Summit. 
Stegemeier Katie, domestic Mrs M C Gard. 
Stegemeier Wm, laborer, res s s Summit 2 e of Shick. 
Stegemeyer Wm, teamster, bds 232 W Main. 
Steger Rudolph, clerk J Harries, res 150 Montgomery. 
Stegmann Henry, laborer W, St L & P Ry, bds 157 Broadway. 
Stegner Amelia (wid Gustave),res 76 Madison. 
Stegner Charles, clerk A Mergentheim, bds 76 Madison. 
Steib Philip, laborer Kerr-Murray Mnfg Co, res 312 Lafayette. 
Steichler Frederick, laborer, res 313 Hanna. 
Steichler Joseph, helper Olds' Wagon Works, bds 313 Hanna. 
Steickel Christina (wid John), res 50 Chicago. 
Steiger Margaret, domestic Concordia College. 



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FOKT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 385 

Steigerwald John A, turner N G Olds & Sons, res 63 Madison. 

Steigerwald John A jr, turner N G Olds & Sons, bds 63 Madi- 
son. 

Stein Charles, laborer Horton Mnfg Co, res 104 Mechanic's. 

Stein Charles, machinist W, St L & P Ry, res 86 Lillie. 

Stein Daniel L, carpenter Penn Co, I'es 318 Harrison. 

Stein H Wm, laborer, bds 157 Hanna. 

Stein Jacob, carpenter, res 44 Butler. 

Stein Joseph N, carpenter Penn Co, res 335 Hanna. 

Stein Julius, helper, res 100 Mechanic's. 

Stein Peter, res 122 Maumee road. 

Stein Peter, molder Bass F & M Works, res 157 Hanna. 

Stein Robert T, laborer Horton Mnfg Co, res 100 Mechanic's. 

Steinacker Frances (wid Frederick), res 112 Fairfield ave. 

Steinacker Frank, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 112 Fairfield 
ave. 

Steinacker George J, machine hand Penn Co, bds 112 Fairfield 
ave. 

Steinau Charles B, shoemaker C Schiefer & Son, res 112 
Wells. 

Steinborn John, laborer Bass F & M Works, res e s Walton 
ave 1 s of P, F W & C Ry. 

Steinbrenner Frederick, sawyer Ft Wayne Organ Co, bds 43 
Nirdlinger ave. 

Steinbrenner Henry, helper Olds' Wagon Works, bds 23 Nird- 
linger ave. 

Steinbrenner Wm H, cabinetmaker Ft Wayne Organ Co, res 43 
Locust, 

Steinbrunner Robert, foreman Penn Co, res 24 Williams. 

Steinhart Nicholas, helper Bass F & M Works, bds 14 Hood. 

Steinhauser Anna, St Joseph's Hospital. 

Steinhauser Dora, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 31 Taylor. 

Steinhauser Emma, domestic 284 W Jefferson. 

Steinhauser John, laborer Penn Co, bds 82 Barr. 

Steinhauser Mary (wid Henry), res 31 Taylor. 

Steinhauser Nicholas, laborer, res 14 Hood. 

Steinhauser Wm, blacksmith L B Johns, bds 31 Taylor. 

Steinkaemper Anthony, carpenter W, St L & P Ry, res 19 
West. 

Steinman Catherine (wid Jacob), confectionery 152 Barr, res 
same. 

Steinmiller Frank, cigarmaker H W Ortmann, bds 99 W Su- 
perior. 

Steirheim, see Stierhehn. 

Steiss John G, cooper s w cor Short and Archer ave, res 
same. 

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Stellhorii Charles, Boot and Shoemaker 146 Calhoun, 
res 133 W Superior. 

Stellhorn Charles, servant Montgomery Hamilton. 

Stellhorn Henry, blacksmith, i*es 22 Madison. 

Stellhorn Henry jr, laborer Street Commissioner, bds 22 Madi- 
son. 

Stellhorn Sophia (wid Henry), res s s New Haven road 1 w of 
tollgate. 

Stellhorn Wm C, clerk, bds 22 Madison. 

Steman Emma, waiter Robinson House. 

Stemen Charles M, student, bds 261 W Wayne. 

Stemen Christian A, brakeman Penn Co, res 77 Hoagland ave. 

*Stemen Christian B, M D, Physician and Surgeon and 
Editor and Publisher of The Foi-t Wayne Journal of the 
Medical Sciences s w cor Calhoun and Berry, res 261 W 
Wayne. 

Stemen George B (Stemen & Andrews), res 314 W Main. 

Stemen George C, physician s w cor Calhoun and Berry, bds 
261 W Wayne. 

Stemen & Andrews (George B Stemen, James C Andrews), 
druggists 314 W Main. 

Stenner Albert, laborer Bass F & M Works, bds 95 E Jefferson. 

Stenner Frederick W, clerk Geo DeWald & Co, res 95 E Jef- 
ferson. 

Stentz Henry, cigarmaker Boltz & Oppenhamer, res 477 La- 
fayette. 

Stephan Anton, teamster L Diether, res s w cor St Mary's ave 
and Polk. 

Stephan Elizabeth (wid Henry), res 109 Madison. 

Sti'phan Frederick W, draughtsman Penn Co, res s w cor Win- 
ter and Pontiac. 

Stephan G Philip, carpenter, res 26 Hood. 

Stephan Julius C, foreman Penn Co transfer house, res 32 Wall. 

Stephens Catherine (wid Jacob), res 33 Miner. 

Stephens Elizabeth (wid Henry), res 109 Madison. 

Sternberger Martin, section band L S & M S Ry, res n s W 5th 
4 w of Wells. 

Stetler Dayton, clerk M C Cooper, res 326 Harrison. 

Stetter Frederick, laborer, bds 42 Nirdlinger ave, 

Stetter John, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 42 Nirdlinger ave. 

Stetter Mary (wid Louis), res 42 Nirdlinger ave. 

Stetzer Peter, laborer Penn Co, res 352 E Washington. 

Steup Henry A, res 106 W Jefferson. 

Steup H C Gottlieb, clerk Fred Hardung, res 128 Calhoun. 

Steup Louis, tillerman Fire Department, rras Fire Hall. 

Stevens James, switchman Penn Co, bds 16 Chicago. 



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Stevens John K, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 129 Holman. 

Stevens Rufus L, upholsterer Penn Co, res 129 Holman. 

Stevens Thomas, bds 173 W Wayne. 

Stevens Wm C, chief clerk L S & M S Ry, res llV E Wayne. 

Stevenson Wra L, barber L Jully, bds 248 Calhoun. 

Stewart Anna (wid Charles J), res 414 S Calhoun. 

Stewart Anna (wid James B), res 194 Lafayette. 

Stewart Charles, blacksmith Penn Co, res 149 E Holman. 

Stewart Hugh H, collector, res 49 E Jefferson. 

Stewart James, laborer Weil Bros & Co, res 28 Melita. 

Stewart James R, janitor Penn Co, res 84 Summit. 

Stewart Rev John P, pastor First IJ B Church, res w s Harmer 

1 s of Hugh. 
Stewart Joseph, fireman Penn Co, res 149 Holman. 
Stewart Mattie E (wid Robert), res 330 W Jefferson, 
Stewart Thomas (Stewart & Hahn), res 136 W Berry. 
Stewart Uriah H, lawyer 80 Calhoun, res 49 E Jefferson. 
Stewart Wm C, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 149 Holman. 
Stewart Wm D, traveling agent CDC Huestis, res 330 W 

Jefferson. 
Stewart Wm H, awningmaker 80 Oakley, res same. 
Stewart Wm M, bds 414 S Calhoun. 

Stewart & Hahn (Thomas Stewart, Wm Hahn), Proprie- 
tors Boston Dry Goods Store 4 Keystone Block, 18 Cal- 

noun. 
Sthair Archibald S, blacksmith L C Zollinger, bds 18 Maiden 

Lane. 
Sthair G Adelbert, teamster Powers & Barnett, bds 18 Maiden 

Lane. 
Sthair Henry, carriagemaker Chauvey Bros, res 18 Maiden Lane. 
Stickler Jacob, teamster, res n s W 5th 6 w of Wells. 
Stier Frank G, molder Bass F & M Works, res 175 Madison. 
Stier George A, Barber 169 Lafayette, bds 94 Buchanan. 
Stier George J, clerk, res 32 Clinton. 
Stier Mrs George J, milliner 32 Clinton, res same. 
Stier Henry, foreman Street Commissioner, res 106 Lafayette. 
Stier Henry A, foreman Bass F & M Works, res 94 Buchanan. 
Stier Henry J, clerk Root & Co, bds 106 Lafayette. 
-Stier Jacob J, foreman foundry Bass F & M Works, res 337 E 

Lewis. 
Stier John, res 188 E Washington. 
Stier John, bai'ber G A Stier, bds 94 Buchanan. 
Stier John C (Brink & Stier), bds 9 N Cass. 
Stierheim Valeria (wid Jacob), bds 211 E Wayne. 
Stierheim Miss Vallie, clerk Singer Mnfg Co, bds 211 E Wayne. 
•Stilts Mrs Adeline, res e s Grant ave 2 n of Maumee road. 

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388 R. L. POLK & CO.'S 

Stine Daniel, carpenter Penn Co, res 318 Harrison. 

Stine Robert, clerk John Seaton, bds 91 W Superior. 

Stirk Jane (wid Wm), bds 21 Miner. 

Stirk Samuel W, yardman Nickel Plate Ry, res 16 Hoffman. 

Stockbridge Charles A, clerk N P Stockbridge, res e s Spy Run 

ave 5 s of Riverside ave. 
Stockbridge Miss Mary, bds 167 W Wayne. 
Stockbridge Nathaniel E, clerk N P Stockbridge, bds 225 W 

Wayne. 
Stockbridge Nathaniel P, books and stationery 15 E Columbia, 

res 225 W Wayne. 
Stocking Miss Alice, clerk S M Foster, bds 126 Ewing. 
Stocking Henry, laborer W, St L & P Ry, res 126 Ewing. 
Stocking John W, fireman N Y, C & St L Ry, res 135 W 3d. 
Stocking Wm W (Hickman & Stocking), bds S Hickman. 
Stockmann Charles H, teamster C L Centlivre, res 44 E 4th. 
Stockwell James S, engineer G R & I R R, res 225 Lafayette. 
Stoehr Frederick, laborer, res 31 Laselle. 
Stoehr John, watchmaker 176 Broadway, res same. 
Stokes Edward, engineer G R & I R R, res 68 Baker. 
Stoll Conrad, res 29 Wefel. 

Stoll Frederick, coppersmith W, St L & P Ry, res 46 Walnut. 
Stoll Henry, teamster, res 25 E 2d. 
Stoll Henry jr, porter Aveline House, bds 25 E 2d. 
Stoll Jacob, engineer Penn Co, res 31 Hough. 
Stoll Wm H, blacksmith Penn Co, res 25 Wefel. 
Stone Emma (wid Wm E), res 79 W DeWald. 
Stone Sol (S Stone & Co), res 29 Hood. 
Stone S & Co (Sol Stone), coal 196 Jackson. 
Stoneburner Elias, painter w s Walton ave 4 s of Creighton ave, 

res same. 
Stonecifer Benjamin F, conductor F W, C & L Ry, res 13 

Marion. 
Stonecifer Daniel, conductor N Y, C & StL Ry, res 9 Harrison. 
Stoner John M, bds rear 73 High. 
Stophlet Joha W, trav agent, res 106 Jackson. 
Stoppenhagen Charles, carpenter Penn Co, res nr White's Wheel 

Works. 
*Storn[i Joseph A 31, Builders' Hardware and Tools 3 E 

Columbia, i-es 242 W Wayne. 
Story Harriet (wid James), res 16 W Superior. 
Stotz Ulrich, Imported Rhine Wine and French Wine a 

Specialty, also Moerlein Export Beer 21 and 23 E Main, 

res same. 
Stonder, see also Studer. 
Stouder Harvey F, laborer Coombs & Co, res Wayne township. 



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FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 389 

Stouder Henry G, collector H Freistroffer, bds Edsall House. 
Stouiier Jacob H, watchman N Y, C & St L R R, and propr 

Edsall House cor Clinton and Superior. 
Stouder Wm W, driver C S R R Co, res 275 Webster. 
Stout Archie B, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 77 E Berry. 
Stout Benjamin F, clerk N G Olds & Sons, rms 77 E Berry, 
Stover George, section foreman F W, C & L Ry, res 129 W 3d. 
Stover John W, harnessmaker 5 Aveline House Block, bds 92 

W Berry. 
Stover Milan, laborer, res 192 Lafayette. 
Stowe Frederick W, shipping clerk Newspaper Union, bds 315 

W Washington. 
Stowell Alice, nurse 103 W Superior. 
Strack Edward W (Strack & Angell), res 237 W Berry. 
*Strack & Angell (Edward^ W Strack, Byron D Angell), 

Lumber Manufacturers and Dealers s w cor Clinton and 

Berry. 
Strader Edith, domestic 261 W Wayne. 
Strader Isaac, teamster J C Peters, res 29 Elm. 
Strader John, conductor N Y, C & St L Ry, res 326 W Main. 
Strain Ashbel G (Keller Medicine Co), res 73 Harrison. 
Strangmann F Conrad, carpenter, res rear 123 Madison. 
Strangmann Herman, laborer City Commissioner, bds rear 123 

Madison. 
Strangmann Herman, servant Mrs E J Hamilton. 
Strangmann Wilhemina (wid Conrad), res rear 123 Madison. 
Strasburg Augusta (wid Frederick), res 74 Wilt. 
Strasburg Christian, potash mnfr foot E Main, res 119 Wilt. 
Strasburg Ferdinand W, clerk Root & Co, bds 74 Wilt. 
Strasburg Wm F, sawyer Cochrane & Humphrey, bds 74 Wilt. 
Strasen Gotthold, teacher Zion Lutheran School, res 441 

Hanna. 
Strass Emanuel, traveling agent J Nathan & Co, res 106 Web- 
ster. 
Strass Isaac, manager D S Redelsheimer & Co, bds Aveline 

House. 
Strasser Robert, machinist Bass F & M Works, res e s Winter 

1 s of Pontiac. 
Stratton George M, matcher Bass F & M Works, bds 24 Hoff- 
man. 
Stratton Irvin, lawyer 22 E Berry, res 282 W Washington. 
Stratton Robert, Lawyer s w cor Main and Calhoun, res 

143 W Wayne. 
Straughan Jesse R, civil engineer, res 87 E Berry. 
Strausbaugh Jeremiah W, brakeman Nickel Plate Ry, res 231 

W Wasliington. 

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Strawbridge Charles T, corresponding clerk Bass F & M Wks, 

bds 186 Clay. 
Strawn Byron A, photographer M L Jones, res Bloomingdale. 
Strebig Charles V, engineer, res n s E Washington 1 e of 

Hanover. 
Streicher Anna (wid Andrew), res 35 Wefel. 
Streicher George, barber S Hubbard, bds 35 Wefel. 
Streicher John, bartender John Leichmer, res 47 High. 
Streicher Wm J, bartender J T Wagner, res 16 W Jefferson. 
Streubel August, carpenter, res 106 Francis. 
Stribley Nancy (wid Murray), res 190 W Main. 
Strickland Wm H, bookkeeper L O Hull, res 148 W Jefferson. 
Strieder Christopher J, teacher St Paul's German Lutheran 

School, res 166 Barr. 
Striegnitz Ernest B, organ tuner, res w s Van Buren 1 n of W 

Superior. 
Striker Christian, cabinetmaker Fort Wayne Organ Co, res s e 

cor Washington and Broadway. 
Striker Tony, regulator Fort Wayne Organ Co, res Corr's 

addition. 
Stringer Elza T, traveling agent, res 76 W DeWald. 
Stringer Fred O, bds 76 W DeWald. 

Stritmatter Charles, laborer, res s s Erie 6 w of Walton ave. 
Stritmatter John, laborer, bds Joseph F Greve. 
Stritmatter Martin, hostler McKinnie House, bds same. 
Strodel Annie (wid Matthew), res 132 Wells, 
Strodel Bertha, waitress Racine House. 
Strodel George, harnessmaker G H Kuntz, res 132 Wells. 
Strodel Gustave A, Proprietor Racine House n e cor N 

Cass and Ist. 
Strodel John George, Proprietor Nimrod Hall Saloon 

54 E Main, res s e cor 3d and Barthold. 
Strodel Mathias jr, bartender J G Strodel, res 132 Wells. 
Strohm Barbara, milliner, bds 25 Taylor. 
Strohm Christina, domestic L Bond. 
Strohm Jacob, laborer W, St L & P Ry, res 25 Taylor. 
Strohm John, laborer, bds 25 Taylor, 
Strohm Mary (wid George), res 25 Taylor. 
Strong Byron A, photographer, bds 39 E 2d. 
Strong Esther (wid Daniel P), res 39 E 2d. 
Strong Harriet E (wid Melzar B), res 258 W Wayne. 
Strong Henry, confectionery 74 W Jefferson, res same. 
Strong Jared C, patternmaker Ft Wayne Iron Works, res 128 

E Main. 
Strong Miss Josephine, teacher Clay School, bds 128 E Main. 
Strong Miss Louisa E, teacher Jefferson School, bds 128 E Main. 



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FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 391 

Stroop Aaron T>, painter S W Hull, res 142 Fairfield ave. 

Strope Dennis B, res 324 Calhoun. 

Strope Frederick J, machinist W, St L & P Hy, res 415 Cal- 
houn. 

Stope Wendell M, engineer Penn Co, res 415 S Calhoun. 

Strouse James Z, clerk J F Bennett, res 2 7 Brandriff. 

Strubey Charles, music teacher, res 81 E Jefferson. 

Strurer Wm, grocer 66 E Main, res same. 

Strunz Christian, grocer 72 Barr, res same. 

Stuart, see Steioart. 

Stubbs John D, molder Kerr-Murray Mnfg Co, res 228 Francis. 

Stubbs Wm L, furniture repairer 78 E Columbia, res same. 

Stubnatzy Lena (wid Wolfgang S), res 403 E Washington. 

Stubnatzy Paul A, clerk Root & Co, bds 403 E Washington. 

Stuck LeVi A, molder Bass F & M Works, res e s McCulloch 2 
n of Hayden. 

Studer, see also Stouder. 

Studer H Leopold, mineral waters n e cor Jackson and Noll, 
res same. 

Studer Joseph, engineer N Y, C & St L Ry, res 285 W Main. 

Studer Jerome J, traveling agent, res 1 Riverside ave. 

Stukey Caroline, domestic 142 Montgomery. 

Stumpp Louis, car inspector Penn Co, res 33 Wall. 

Sturgis Louisa E (wid Charles E), bds 73 E Berry. 

Sturgis Mary R (wid Wm E), bds Elizabeth Rudisill. 

Sturmer Julius, clerk, bds 108 Maumee road. 

Sturmer Wm, carpenter, res 108 Maumee road. 

Stute Ferdinand, laborer, res n s Killea 6 w of Calhoun. 

Stutzenberger Anton, oiler Penn Co east yards, res 6 Edgerton. 

Stutzenberger Frank, painter L B Johns, res 383 E Washington. 

Such Emil, laborer Wm Moellering, res 24 Leith. 

Sudbrink Wra H, carpenter, res e s McLaughlin 1 s of Leith. 

Sudorius Jacob, laborer, res n s Putnam 1 w of Meridian. 

Suedhoff E Henry, clerk L Wolf & Co, res 210 W Jefferson. 

Suelzer, see also Sulzer. 

Suelzer John, Carpenter and Contractor 420 Hanna cor 
Taber, res same. 

Sugrue Timothy J, molder, bds 163 Hanna. 

Sukup Andrew, res 27 Laselle. 

Sukup Mary, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 27 Laselle. 

Sukup Peter, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 27 Laselle. 

Sullivan, see also G* Sullivan. 

*Sullivan Andrew, coal n e cor Grant and Oliver, res same. 

Sullivan Cornelius, gate tender W, St L & P Ry, res 23 Taylor, 

Sullivan Eugene, laborer X G Olds & Sons, bds 399 Hanna. 

Sullivan James, apprentice L B Johns, bds 23 Taylor. 



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Sullivan James, laborer, bds 399 Hanna. 

Sullivan John, brakeraan Penn Co, bds 415 Lafayette. 

Sullivan John, helper Penn Co, res 11 Walnut. 

Sullivan John, teamster P Koehler, bds same. 

Sullivan John H, brakeman W, St L & P Ry, res 76 Chicago. 

Sullivan Maggie, waiter McKinnie House. 

Sullivan Mary (wid Henry), res 65 Clinton. 

Sullivan Mary (wid Patrick), rea 50 Melita. 

Sullivan Mrs Mary, res 174 E Berry. 

Sullivan Michael, engineer Penn Co, res 399 Hanna. 

Sullivan Nathaniel C, peddler, res 407 E Wayne. 

Sullivan Nora, domestic McKinnie House. 

Sullivan Thomas, brakeman Penn Co, res 37 Williams. 

Sullivan Thomas, transfer mail agent P, F W & C Ry depot, 
bds 241 Webster. 

Sullivan Timothy, brakeman Penn Co, bds 50 Melita, 

Sulzer, see also Suelzer. 

Sulzer Adolph, bds 441 E Washington. 

Sulzer John, butcher Charles Weller, bds same. 

Summers, see also Somers and So7nmers. 

Summers James, saloon 262 Calhoun, res 47 Douglas ave. 

Summers John, machinist Penn Co, res 331 Lafayette. 

Summit City Bottling Works, L Brames & Co Pro- 
prietors 29 and 31 Barr. {See adv,p 7.) 

Summit City Coffee and Spice Mills, 27 E Columbia. 

*Summit City Laundry, 60 W Superior. 

Summit City Soap Co, Henry Monning pres, B A Bourie sec, 
soap mnfrs, office and works 6 to 12 Glasgow ave nr E 
Wayne. 

Summit City Woolen Mills, 96 E Superior. 

Sunday Louis, machinist Kerr-Murray Mnfg Co, res 135 Cal- 
houn. 

Sunday Louis, tailor F Hardung, bds 135 Calhoun. 

Sunderland Charles S, machinist W, St L & P Ry, res w s Metz 
•2 s of Taylor. 

Sunderland John W, truckman W, St L & P Ry, bds 88 De- 
Wald. 

Sunderland Joseph E, checker W, St L & P freight house, bds 
88 DeWald. 

Sunderland Joseph R, baggau;emaster W, St L & P Ry, res 88 
DeWald. 

Sundt^rmann John, laborer, res 197 Lafayette. 

Sunley George E, engineer F W, C & L R R, res e s N Harrison 
1 n of 4th. 

*Superior Court of Allen Co, Hon Samuel M Hench 
Judge, Office 10 W Main. 

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rOKT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 393 

Supple Mary, domestic 40 Douglas ave. 

Sutorius Charles, bartender J G Voors, bds 131 W Washington. 

Sutorius Gottlieb, laborer Hoffman Bros, bds 107 Putnam. 

Sutorius Jacob, laborer Roth & Keller, res 72 Putnam. 

Sutorius Louis, bottler C L Centlivre, bds John Kintz. 

Suttenfield Asa M, teamster, res 313 W Washington. 

Suttenfield Laura (wid Wm), res 90 E Berry. 

Suttenfield Wm P, teamster Lillie & Munson, res 206 E Wash- 
ington. 

Suttenfield Wm R, laborer, res w s Spy Run ave 1 s of River- 
side ave. 

Sutter Jacob, laborer Penn Co, res 2 Warsaw. 

Sutter John, barber J Butler, rms 150 2 Calhoun. 

Sutton David C, clerk P O, res s s Elm 1 e of Mechanic's. 

Sutton Henry E, woodturner Ft Wayne Organ Co, bds s e cor 
Elm and Mechanic's. 

Sutton John, machinist, bds 5 N Calhoun. 

Swager John, carpenter, res n s Cochrane 2 e of Coombs. 

Swain, see also Swayne. 

Swain Bennett, laborer W, St L & P Ry freight house, res 57 
Grand. 

Swain Carl P, secretary Fort Wayne City Bill Posting Co, and 
operator W U Telegraph Co, bds Aveline House. 

Swain Charlotte (wid Jackson), res 73 W DeWald. 

Swain Mrs Emma, res 266 Calhoun. 

Swain George, cab owner 20 Lafayette, res same. 

Swain George, plasterer, res 78 Melita. 

Swain John, plasterer, res 191 Jackson. 

Swain Stephen, helper W, St L & P Ry, res 117 Williams. 

Swan J Scott, clerk D Shordon, res 310 W Washington. 

Swan Wm L, clerk P O, res 13 Hamilton. 

Swank Wra, carpenter Kerr-Murray Mnfg Co, res 1 Dawson. 

Swart Meinhart, brakeman W, St L & P Ry, bds 30 Baker. 

Swart Michael, brakeman Penn Co, bds 30 Baker. 

Swart Wm, engineer Penn Co, bds 30 Baker. 

Swart z Henry, carpenter, res w s St Mary's ave 1 n of N Y, C 
ifc St L Ry. 

Swartzel W J, molder Bass F & M Works, res 137 Force. 

Swayne, see also Sioain. 

Swayne Rhoda N (wid Samuel F), bds 278 W Berry. 

Swayne Samuel F, Attorney at Law, Loan, Real Estate 
and Insurance Agent 44 Calhoun, res 278 W Berry. 

Sweeney Abraham, foreman Olds' Wagon Works, res 37 E De- 
Wald. 

Sweeney Alexander, laborer Olds' Wagon Works, res 77 La- 
selle. 

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Sweeney Cornelius, laborer Penn Co, res 57 Laselle. 

Sweeney Daniel, farmer, res s s Pennsylvania ave 2 n of "Wayne 
Trace. 

Sweeney Julia, domestic 47 Douglas ave. 

Sweer John H, tinner M Diehl & Co, res 298 E Wayne. 

Sweet Edward R, res 186 W DeWald. 

Sweet Samuel B, div freight agent W, St L & P Ry, res 25 
Brackenridge. 

Sweetser Miss Fanny, res 113 W Main. 

Swegman Anthony, bartender P Certia, bds Custer House. 

Sweney Charles F, fireman Penn Co, res cor Holton ave and 
Fisher. 

Sweney Louis, engineer Penn Co, res 40 Clay. 

Sweringen Frank H, car cleaner Penn Co, bds 197 W Wayne. 

*Sweringen Hiram V, physician 197 W Wayne, res same. 

Sweringen Lucinda (wid George W), res 19 Wall. 

Swift Bayless, clerk Coombs, Bell & Morris, res 105 E Wash- 
ington. 

Swinney Block, 11 to 15 E Main. 

Swinney Wm P, farmer, res head of W Jefferson. 

Swinney's Park, w end Washington bet St Mary's river and 
P, F W & C Ry. 

Switzer Salem H, huckster, res 186 W Main. 

Sydram Charles, laborer, res w s S Calhoun 4 s of Leith. 

Sygmaii Carrie (wid George), res 12 Lafayette. 

Szink George A, blacksmith, res 65 Brackenridge. 



T 

Tag Christian J, grainer 99 E Washington, bds same. 

Tag Katharina (wid Christian), res rear 99 E Washington. 

Tagtmeyer, see also Tegtmeyer. 

Tagtmeyer Charles, brakeman Penn Co, res 24 Wilt. 

Tagtmeyer Conrad H, foreman Cochrane & Humphrey, res 42 

Breck. 
Tagtmeyer David, Saw Mill n w cor Cass and N Y, C & 

St L Ry, res 77 W Superior. 
Tagtmeyer Ernest, machinist Penn Co, res 77 Brackenridge. 
Tagtmeyer Frederick, boltcutter Penn Co, res 12 E Summit. 
Tagtmeyer Frederick, brakeman Penn Co, bds 24 Wilt. 
Tagtmeyer Frederick, machine hand H C Taylor & Co, res 24 

Wilt. 
Tagtmeyer Frederick W, clerk J Mommer jr, res cor Harrison 

and Highland. 
Tagtmeyer Wra, engineer F W, C & L R R, res 47 Wells. 

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FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 395 

Tagtmeyer Wm, fireman Penn Co, res 4 Brandriff. 

Tait Miss Frank, bds 113 E Washington. 

Tait Wm, watchman W, St L & P Ry, bds 6 Kansas. 

Talbot Miss Laura J, principal Kindergarten School, bds 282 

W Berry. 
Talbot Samuel L, tuner Ft Wayne Organ Co, rras 15 W Jef- 
ferson. 
Tanges Henry, carpenter, bds 197 Evving. 

Tapp Ferdinand, contractor, res e s Ohio 2 s of Maumee road. 
Tapp Robert W, mason, i"es 146 Maumee road. 
Tarmon Henry A, carpenter 110 Broadway, res 50 McClellan. 
Tarmon Henry A jr, carriage finisher, bds 50 McClellan. 
Tarmon Miss M Alice, teacher Clay School, bds 50 McClellan. 
Tarpening Staley, teamster, res 231 Lafayette. 
Tate Rosa, waitress Hedekin House. 
Taylor, see also Saylor. 

Taylor Alfred A, works N G Olds & Sons, res 83 Baker. 
Taylor Miss Alice, bds e s Hanover 1 n of E Washington. 
Taylor Andrew, brass molder W, St L & P Ry, res 173 W 

DeWald. 
Taylor Barber S, lawyer 34 E Berry, res e s Fairfield ave s of 

Creighton ave. 
Taylor Bristol W, machinist W, St L & P Ry, bds 413 Calhoun. 
Taylor Bros Piano Co The, S R Taylor President, I N 

Taylor Secretary, Pianos and Organs 89 Calhoun. 
Taylor Charles E, machinist, bds 68 Charles. 
*Taylor Charles F (Page, Taylor &, Co), business manager Fort 

Wayne Daily News, res 15 Douglas ave. 
Taylor Charles J, printer, res 138 W Wayne. 
Taylor Charles M, conductor F W, C & L R R, res 83 Welt. 
Taylor Frank B, student, bds e s Fairfield ave 2 s of Pontiac. 
Taylor Henry C (H C Taylor & Co), res 105 Lafayette. 
Taylor Henry J, messenger Hamilton National Bank, bds 105 

Lafayette. 
Taylor Hubert G, conductor N Y, C& St L Ry, res 21 W 4th. 
Taylor H C & Co (Henry C Taylor), Manufacturers Sash, 

Doors, Blinds, Etc 8 w cor Virginia and Monroe. {See 

adv, p 57.) 
Taylor Isaac N, sec The Taylor Bros Piano Co, res e s Fairfield 

ave 8 8 of Creighton ave. 
Taylor John, res e s Hanover 1 n of E Washington. " 

Taylor J Martin, teamster Wilding & Son, bds 3 Railroad. 
Taylor Judson M, clerk Treasury Office, res 27 N Calhoun. 
Taylor Lannes G, clerk F M Smaltz, bds 353 W Main. 
Taylor Margaret S (wid Isaac N), bds I N Taylor. 
Taylor Mary (wid Philo), bds 34 W Superior. 

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Taylor Miss Nellie, teacher Washington School, bds Wm C 
Taylor. 

Taylor Rebecca (wid Stephen), bds 63 Butler. 

Taylor Robert (col'd), barber J R Ridley, bds 203 Calhoun. 

Taylor Robert S, Lawyer 34 E Berry, res e s Fairfield ave 
3 s of Creighton ave. 

Taylor Ruth E (wid Freeman), res 413 S Calhoun. 

Taylor Samuel M, tel operator Penn Co, res 291 Harrison. 

Taylor Samuel R, pres The Taylor Bros Piano Co, res 44 
Brackenridge. 

Taylor Stewart J, brakeman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds 338 W 
Main. 

Taylor Wra C, foreman D Tagtmeyer, res s s Howell 1 w of 
Runnion ave. 

Teagarden Marion F, engineer Nickel Plate Ry, res 185 W 
Superior. 

Teagarden Thomas D, fireman Penn Co, bds 46 W Williama. 

Teague Mark F, agent Singer Mnfg Co, bds Union House. 

Teepe Frederick W, laborer Hoffman Bros, res 169 W Superior. 

Teeters Wm R, carpenter Kerr-Murray Mnfg Co, bds 51 W 
Superior. 

Teeters Wilson, wheel rimmer Olds' Wagon Works, I'es 424 E 
Washington. 

Tegeder Barbara, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 79 Pearl. 

Tegeder Eliza, domestic 15 Douglas ave. 

Tegeder Frederick H, laborer Wm Moellering, res e s Lafay- 
ette 5 s of Pontiac. 

Tegeder Frederick W, molder, bds e s Lafayette 5 s of Pontiac. 

Tegeder Hannah, domestic Elizabeth Rudisill. 

Tegeder Sophie, domestic 167 Broadway. 

Tegges Frederick, laborer Penn Co, res 154 Greeley. 

Tegtineyer, see also Tagtmeyer. 

Tegtmeyer Albert, baker A J Langohr, bds 12 Wilt. 

Tegtmeyer Charles T, helper F W, C & L R R, res 25 Clark. 

Tegtmeyer Louis F, cigarmaker C Wenninghoff, res 274 W 
Washington. 

Tegtmeyer Louisa, domestic 284 Harrison. 

Tegtmeyer Wm, machinist, res 274 W Washington. 

Telford Harriet (wid Wm G), res 63 Brackenridge. 

Telford Miss Lillian C, clerk Root & Co, bds 63 Brackenridge. 

Telgmann John, laborer, bds 370 E Washington. 

Telking Frederick, laborer D Tagtmeyer, res 68 Maumee road. 

Telley Frank H, engineer Penn Co, res cor Williams and Web- 
ster. 

Telley George W, foreman Penn Co, bds 48 Williams. 

Telley Thomas, engineer Penn Co, res 13 Williams. 



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Temme Lena, domestic 207 E Jefferson. 

Templar Mrs Eliza, res 152 W Wayne. 

Tenney Edwin L, engineer W, St L & P Ry, res 28 Wilt. 

Tensing Sophia, domestic 209 Barr. 

Tergmann John, laborer Bass F & M Works, bds 370 E Wash- 
ington. 

Terry Henry, brakeman G R & I R R, res 2 Holton ave. 

Tetterington David, engineer Penn Co, res 135 E Lewis. 

Thain Charles C, upholsterer P E Wolf, res 38 Boone. 

Thain George H, barber J Gloeckle, bds 273 W Washington. 

Thain John, res 273 W Washington. 

Thain John, stonemason, res e s Rockhill 1 s of W Jefferson. 

Thain John G, clerk G W Seavey, bds 273 W Washington. 

Tharp Rev Thomas D, pastor Simpson M E Church, bds 27 
Butler. 

Thavenet Alexander, switchman Penn Co, res 106 W Creighton 
ave. 

Thayer Frederick, Lying-in Institute 54 Walton ave, res same. 

Thayer Leonard E, trav agent Ft Wayne Organ Co, res 164 W 
Berry. 

Thayer Mrs Minnie I (wid Hibbard C), grocer 7 E Wayne, bds 
152 E Berry. 

*The Bass Foundry & Machine Shop, see Bass Foundry S Ma- 
chine Works. 

The Bickford Furniture Co, see Bickford Furniture Co. 

The Fort Wayne College, see Fort Wayne College. 

*The Fort Wayne Jenney Electric Light Co, see Fort Wayne 
Jenney Electric Light Co. 

*The Hamilton National Bank, see Hamilton National Bank, 

*The Horton Mnfg Co, see Horton Mnfg Co. 

*The Journal Co, proprs The Daily and Weekly Journal, M V 
B Spencer pres, Samuel Miller secy-treas, 20 E Berry. 

*The Newspaper Union, see Nexospaper Union. 

*The Peters Box & Lumber Co, see Peters Box <£• Lumber Co. 

*The Robinson, see Robinson The. 

The Singer Mnfg Co, see Singer Mnfg Co. 

The Standard Life Association, see Standard Life Association. 

*The Star Iron Tower Co, see Star Iro?i Toioer Co. 

The Weekly Visitor, see Weekly Visitor. 

Thiel Wilhelm, wagonmaker 157 W Main, res 366 same. 

Thiele Diedrich, machine hand Penn Co, res 84 Wilt. 

Thiele Diedrich jr, machine hand Penn Co, bds 84 Wilt. 

Thiele Henry, clerk Wilding & Son, bds 84 Wilt. 

Thiele Henry F, carpenter Penn Co, bds Rich's Hotel. 

Thiele Wm, laborer Penn Co, bis 84 Wilt. 

Thieme Andrew, res 169 Van Buren. 

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Thieme Antonia, domestic 99 E Washington. 

Thieme Caroline, domestic 304 W Washington. 

Thieme Charles, driver hose cart Fire Department, res over 22 

E Berry. 
Thieme Christina, domestic 310 W Washington. 
Thieme Elizabeth (wid George), res 22 W 4th. 
Thieme Ellen (wid George), res 60 Clinton, 
Thieme Ernst, laborer J Hughes & Co, res 300 E Wayne. 
Thieme Frederick (J G Thieme & Bro), res 216 W Berry. 
Thieme Frederick, clerk N Y, C & St L Ry, bds 216 W Berry. 
Thieme G C jr, clerk J G Thieme & Bro, bds 53 E Wayne. 
Thieme John, servant 171 Clinton. 

Thieme John A, cutter J G Thieme & Bro, bds 216 W Berry. 
Thieme John A, grocer 170 Broadway, res same. 
Thieme J..hn G jr, cutter J G Thieme & Bro, bds 216 W 

Berry. 
Thieme J Gottlieb (J G Thieme & Bro), res 53 E Wayne. 
Thieine J G & Bro (J Gottlieb and Frederick), Merchant 

Tailors 37 and 39 E Columbia. 
*Tllieilie Theodore F, Druggist and Dealer in Toilet 

and Fancy Articles 94 Calhoun cor Wayne, res 216 W 

Berry. 
Tliien Mary E, St Joseph's Hospital. 

Tbierney Charles, bottler F Hake & Co, bds 43 N Calhoun. 
Thiesem Charles M, tinsmith C A Pickard & Co, res 49 Archer 

ave. 
Third Presbyterian Church, n e cor Calhoun and Holman. 
Third Street M E Church, s e cor Marion and 3d. 
Tliolan Henry, teamster, res 140 E Washington. 
Thomas Boyd, clerk A S Lauferty & Co, res 221 E Wayne. 
Thomas Madelaine, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 50 W 

Main. 
Thomas Sarah A (wid Calvin), bds 50 W Main. 
Thomas Wm A, bookkeeper Hoosier Mnfg Co, res 296 W Jef- 

erson. 
Thomma Jacob, wheel marker White's Wheel Works, bds 112 

St Mary's ave. 
Thompson, see also TTiomsen. 

Thompson Adelbert, clerk J W Bell, res 138 Francis. 
Thompson Ann M (wid Dr Lewis G), bds B S Thompson. 
Thompson Benjamin F, res 368 S Calhoun. 
Thompson Benjamin F jr, engineer Penn Co, res 368 Calhoun. 
Thompson Byron I, peddler, res n w cor S Broadway and 

Huestis ave. 
Thompson Carl W, engine hostler N Y, C & St L Ry, bds 105 

Wilt. 

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Thompson George W, molder Bass F & M Works, res 246 E 

Lewis. 
Thompson Ira R, engineer, res 37 Taylor. 
Thompson John, gardener Wm D Schiefer. 
Thompson John, laborer, res s e cor St Mary's ave and Spring. 
Thompson John R, foreman, res w s Grant ave 1 n of Maumee 

road. 
Thompson Laughlin W, fireman Penn Co, bds 368 S Calhoun. 
Thompson Margaret, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 108 

Fairfield ave. 
Thompson Mary, domestic 39 W Washington. 
Thompson Minnie (wid Charles), res 108 Fairfield ave. 
Thompson Nelson, foreman Coombs & Co, res 346 E Wayne. 
Thompson Nelson W, supervisor Penn Co, res 111 Gay. 
Thompson Owen, fireman Penn Co, res 4 Bass. 
Thompson Richard G, clerk L S & M S Ry, bds Fleming Houee. 
Thompson Richard G jr, ticket agent L S & M S Ry, bds 22 

W Berry. 
Thompson Susan (wid Jeremiah), res 9 Duck. 
Thompson Thomas, molder, res 290 E Lewis. 
Thompson Thomas, laborer N G Olds & Sons, res 59 Laselle. 
Thompson Wm, fireman Penn Co, res 368 Calhoun. 
Thompson Wra, servant 133 E Berry. 
Thompson Wm H, bartender, res 41 Baker. 
Thomsen, see also Thompson. 

Tliomsen Peter W, Cement Walks 15 E Wayne, res same. 
Thornberry Lois A (wid Thomas), res 132 W Main. 
Thornton Miss Amanda L, bds 140 E Berry. 
Thornton Mrs Delia A, dressmaker 13 W Wayne, res same. 
Thornton Edward A, brakeraan Penn Co, bds 92 W Berry. 
Thorp Edward, brakeman Penn Co, res 17 W Lewis. 
*Thorward Theodore, fruit, res 309 W Washington. 
Threadgall George A, molder Bass F & M Works, res 3 Daw- 
son. 
Threadgall Henry, helper Bass F & M Works, bds 3 Dawson. 
Threadgold Miss Alice A, seamstress, bds 151 E JeflEerson. 
Threadgold Harry E, helper, bds 151 E Jefferson. 
Threadgold John W, res 151 E Jefferson. 
Throckmorton John A, blacksmith, res 53 Madison. 
Throckmorton Sidney, cigarmaker W A Foote, bds 53 Madison, 
Thumm Jacob, coachman 33 Brackenridge. 
Thurman Charles, res 89 W Jefferson. 
Thurston Christopher C, spinner French, Hanna & Co, res 163 

E Jefferson. 
Thurston Wm R, machinist Jenney Electric Light Co, bds 163 

E Jefferson. 

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Thyen Gehrad W, laborer, bds 40 Force. 

Thyen John, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 40 Force. 

Thyen John W, laborer, res 40 Force. 

Tibbies Frank E, clerk Penn Co, res 177 Griffith. 

Tibbies John H, chairmaker J M Miller, res 177 Griffith. 

Tickler Annie (wid Wm), res 247 W Washington. 

Tickler Miss May, machine operator L B Johns, bds 247 W 

Washington. 
Tickler Wm, molder, bds 247 W Washington. 
Tiebel Wra, sawyer Penn Co, res 227 E Jefferson. 
Tiehert Abraham, laborei', res 39 Wall. 

Tielker Christian, driver Kayser & Baade, bds 131 Broad- 
way. 
Tielker Sophie W R, domestic G E Bursley. 
Tiemann Frederick, carpenter, res 424 S Broadway. 
Tiemann Frederick W, carpenter F H Boester, res 83 Wall. 
Tiemann Henry, laborer H Winkelmeyer & Co, bds 227 E 

Jefferson. 
Tiemann Henry F, hostler H Israel, bds 424 Broadway. 
Tiemann Wm, carpenter Penn Co, res 227 E Jefferson. 
Tiernan Miss Nellie, dressmaker, bds 73 Madison. 
Tiernan Thomas, carpenter Penn Co, res 73 Madison, 
Tigar Caroline (wid Thomas), res 153 E Berry. 
Tigar Eliza (wid Philip C), res 72 N Cass. 
Tigar John, printer, bds Washington House. 
Tigar Walter W, printer Newspaper Union, bds 79 W Main. 
Tigar Wm H, despatcher Penn Co, res 153 E Berry. 
Tigges Rudolph F, laborer Penn Co freight depot, res 154 

Greeley. 
Tigges Wm, laborer Penn Co transfer house, res 177 Ewing. 
Tilbury Charles, laborer White's Wheel Works, bds John 

Worden. 
Tilbury Frank M, brakeman G R & I R R, res w s Spy Run 

ave 2 n of bridge. 
Tilbury John J, finisher White's Wheel Works, res 420 E 

Washington. 
Tilbury Mary, waiter St Charles Hotel. 
Tilbury Samuel, laborer, res 167 High. 
Tilbury Wayne, engineer G R & I R R, res cor Smith and 

Samuel. 
Tilking Sophia, domestic 76 W Berry. 
Tillman Miss Flora L, bds 26 Smith. 
Timmis Wra, brakeman Penn Co, bds 14 Force. 
Timmis Wm, engineer Penn Co, res n s Eckart 2 e of Hanna. 
Timmons David E, yardman Nickel Plate Ry, bds Tremont 

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FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 401 

Tinkham Benjamin F, trav agent G W Seavey, res 213 Broad- 
way. 

*Tinkham John P, coal 120 W Main, res 219 same. 

Tinkham Melvin W, clerk Fruit House, bds 213 Broadway. 

Titus Philip, engineer Penn Co, res 32 Gay. 

Titus Theodore, engineer Penn Co, res cor Samuel and Thomas. 

Tivoli Garden, w s Spy Run ave s of Elizabeth. 

Todd Charles S, tel operator Nickel Plate Ry, bds 327 W 
Main. 

Todd Birdie, domestic 205 W Berry. 

Todd Florence, chambermaid Aveline House. 

Todd Warner W, clerk Penn Co, bds Aveline House. 

Toedtmann Henry, tailor, res 55 Melita. 

Toenges Frederick, shoemaker Conrad Busking, bds 90 Har- 
mer. 

Toenges Henry, carpenter Penn Co, bds 197 Ewing. 

Toenges John C, clerk Wra Lichtsinn, bds same. 

Toensing Henry, tailor F W Luhmann, res e s Canal 1 n of E 
Wayne. 

Tolan Brentwood S, architect s w cor Calhoun and Main, bds 
108 E Wayne. 

Tolan Frank C (F C Tolan & Co), res 108 E Wayne. 

*Tolan F C & Co (Frank C Tolan, Harry O Fischer), printers 
7 Court. 

Tolan Hattie T (wid Thomas J), res 108 E Wayne. 

Tolan Henry, teamster CDC Huestis, res 301 E Washington. 

Tomlinson Charles W, salesman Singer Mnfg Co, bds cor E 
Wayne and Barr. 

Tompkins Peleg G, restaurant 270^ Calhoun, res same.' 

Tonne Charles, bottler, bds 45 N Calhoun. 

Tonne Julius F W, foreman boilermaker Ft Wayne Iron 
Works, res 354 E Washington. 

Tonnely Elizabeth (wid John B), bds 33 Pritchard. 

Tonnely Miss Margaret, dressmaker 225 W Main, bds same. 

Tonnellier Peter, saloon 11 W Columbia, res same, 

Tons Henry, carpenter Penn Co, bds 90 E Lewis. 

Tons Minnie (wid Henry), res 90 E Lewis. 

Tonsing Henry, hostler C S R R barn, rms same. 

Toomey Thomas B, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 14 Oak. 

Torrence George K (Torrence & Romy), res 50 W Superior. 

Torrence & Romy (George K Torrence, Robert L 
Romy), Real Estate and Insurance 62 Calhoun. 

Tourge Wm, engineer Penn Co, res cor Green and Thomas. 

Tousley Abner B, servant R S Taylor. 

Tower Benjamin H, painter F W, C & L R R, res 57 E Supe- 
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Tower Floyd, machinist W, St L & P Ry, res 153 W Wash- 
ington. 

Tower Frank, paperhanger, res 20 Fairfield ave. 

Tower Miss Maggie, teacher, res 104 E Wayne. 

Towns Sylvester, lineman Ft Wayne Jenney Electric Light 
Co, res 51 W Superior. 

Township Trustee's Office, 54 Calhoun. 

Trabra Robert, boilermaker, res 92 Montgomery. 

Tracey John A, laborer Penn Co, res s s Pontiac 1 w of P, F 
W & C Ry. 

Tracey Wm, laborer Penn Co, res s s Pontiac opp new yard. 

Traeber Margaret (wid Henry), bds 91 Montgomery. 

Traeder August, baker, res 125 E Lewis. 

Trainer George, helper, bds 180 Hanna. 

Trainer John W, foreman action department Ft Wayne Organ 
Co, res 94 Calhoun. 

Trainer Wm, carpenter Penn Co, res 147 Madison. 

Training School, E Wayne bet Calhoun and Clinton. 

Traper Fredericka, domestic 54 W Berry. 

Trarbach August, laborer, bds n e cor Leigh and Lafayette. 

Trarbach Charles, laborer Street Commissioner, res n e cor 
Leigh and Lafayette. 

Trarbach Gustav A, laborer N G Olds & Sons, res s w cor La- 
fayette and Leith. 

Traub Caroline, milliner Elenora Kratzsch, bds 275 W Wash- 
ington. 

Traub Louis J, harnessmaker, res 275 W Washington. 

Trauerman Isaac (L Dessauer & Co), res 92 W Main. 

Traut Charles W, laborer, res 27 Hanna. 

Trautmann Frederick, teamster, res 115 Wilt. 

Trautmann George J, helper Bass F & M Works, bds John 
Trautmann. 

Trautmann Henry, laborer, bds 120 E Wayne. 

Trautmann John, policeman, res 120 E Wayne. 

Travers Byron, fireman G R & I R R, bds 225 Lafayette. 

Travers Martin, machinist Penn Co, res 161 Holman. 

Travers Mary, domestic 50 E Washington. 

Travers Patrick, conductor Penn Co, res 161 Holman. 

Travis Peter C, conductor Penn Co, bds 23 Baker. 

Trebra Robert W, helper Penn Co, res 92 Montgomery. 

Trease Daniel, conductor Penn Co, res 36 Baker. 

Treep Frank, painter, bds 178 E Washington. 

Treer Miss Eliza J, bds 183 E Washington. 

Treese James, laborer W, St L & P Ry, res 396 Broadway. 

Treet Theodore, plasterer, bds 25 Holman. 

Tremmel Anna, works Keller Medicine Co, bds 515 Hanna. 



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Tremmel Conrad, teamster Street Commissioner, res 515 Hanna. 
Tremmel John, coremaker Kerr-Murray Mnfg Co, bds 515 

Hanna. 
Tremmel John, policeman, res 34 Force. 
Tremmel Philip, conductor Penn Co, res 28 Gay. 
Tremont House, M A Didion Proprietor, 15 and 17 W 

Columbia. {See adv,p89.) 
Trenam Miss Anna M, teacher Jefferson School, bds 162 W 

Main. 
Trenam George, clerk Lillie & Munson, res 162 W Main. 
Trenam Mary (wid George), res 162 W Main. 
Trenkley Coelestin (Trenkley & Scherzinger), res 106 WTVash- 

ington. 
Trenkley & Scherzinger (Coelestin Trenkley, Primus 

Scherzinger), Watches, Clocks and Jewelry 78 Calhoun. 
Trentman Anthony B, papermaker, res 36 W Wayne. 
*Trentnian August C ( J B Monning & Co), Wholesale 

Groceries, Notions and Liquors n e cor Calhoun and E 

Washington, res 72 W Wayne. 
Trentman Bernard H, res 253 W Wayne. 

Trentman Bernard H jr, clerk A C Trentman, res 151 E Wayne. 
Trentman Edward A, clerk D N Foster Furniture Co, bds 151 

E Wayne. 
Trentman Henry, grocer, bds 122 W Wayne, 
Trentman Herman, grocer, res 122 W Wayne. 
Trentman Herman J, propr Academy of Music, res 175 Clinton. 
Trentman John, res 153 E Wayne. 
Trentman John H jr, carpet layer D N Foster Furniture Co, 

bds 151 E Wayne. 
Trepera Jarolim, watch repairer 139 Broadway, rms 132 same. 
Tresler Henry W, plasterer, res 152 Ewing. 
Tressel Henry, car inspector Penn Co east yards, res 59 Melita. 
Tressel Sarah, clerk H Kratzesch, bds 158 Montgomery. 
Tresselt Charles, bookkeeper Meyer Bros & Co, res 88 E Jef- 
ferson. 
Tresselt Christian (C Tresselt & Sons), res 55 E Jefferson. 
*Tresselt C & Sons (Christian, Oscar W and Herman 

C), Proprietors City Flouring Mills cor Clinton and Nickel 

Plate Ry. 
Tresselt Frederick T, bookkeeper C Tresselt & Sons, bds 55 E 

Jefferson. 
Tresselt Herman, taxidermist, rms 22 W Main. 
Tresselt Herman C (C Tresselt & Sons), bds 55 E Jefferson. 
Tresselt Oscar W (C Tresselt & Sons), bds 55 E Jefferson. 
Treu George, farmer, res w s Piqua ave 1 s of Rudisill's ave. 
Treuchet Celestian N, wagonmaker, res 320 Hanna. 

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Treuchet Christian, wagonmaker Chauvey Bros, res 320 Hanna. 

Treuchet Frank E, tinner Welch & Baker, bds 320 Hanna. 

Treuchet Joseph W, laborer, bds 320 Hanna. 

Trexler Lesher, physician 79 W DeWald, res same. 

Trictet Catharine, domestic 34 Douglas ave. 

Trimble Marion J, conductor Penn Co, res 138 E Lewis. 

Trimble Samuel, carpenter Penn Co, res 397 S Broadway. 

Trinity Episcopal Church, s w cor W Berry and Fulton, 

Trisch Addie, waiter 29 E Main. 

Trisch Ima, chambermaid Rich's Hotel. 

Triskett Charles A, clerk, res 171 Jackson. 

Tritschler Charles, plumber, bds 148 W Main. 

Tritschler Frederick, barber 44 W Main, bds 148 same. 

Tritschler John P, saloon 148 W Main, res same. 

Tritschler Louis A, barber F Tritschler, bds 148 W Main. 

Trivelbee George, bartender G Heckler, bds 13 Maiden Lane. 

Trogler Wm, laborer, res 107 Holman. 

Trone Henry, engineer D Tagtmeyer, bds 43-^ E Columbia. 

Trott John, confectionery 33 E Main, rms same. 

Trott Rudolph, turner Olds' Wagon Works, res 241 Barr. 

Trout Miss Elizabeth, seamstress, bds 176 E Washington. 

Trout Eugene, porter L TBourie & Co, res 176 E Washington. 

Troutman John, policeman, res 243 E Wayne. 

Trowbridge Addison, laborer, res 75 E Jefferson. 
*Troy Steam Laundry, F L Jones & Co Proprietors, 48 
and 50 Pearl. (See left bottom lines.) 

Trubinbach Moritz, carpenter Cochrane & Humphrey, bds 159 
Madison. 

Trusler Samuel W, bridge carpenter W, St L & P Ry, res 193 
Ewing. 

Trythall James, hammersmith Penn Co, res s s Samuel 3 e of 
Thomas. 

Tuckey Charles F, conductor Penn Co, res w s Walton "ave 2 s 
of Creighton ave. 

Tuckey Gardner J, conductor Penn Co, res 140 Wallace. 

Tuohy Patrick, res 43 Melita. 

Turman Frank (col'd), waiter, rms 60 Chicago. 

Turner Anna E (wid Wm W), bds 19 Hood. 

Tui'ner Emma, cook P G 'I'ompkins. 

Turner Floyd, fireman Nickel Plate Ry, bds Daniel B Morrey. 

Turner John H, traveling agent, res 61 Douglas ave. 

Turner Levi (Turner & Hire), grocers 6 Pearl, res 65 W Lewis. 

Turner Wm, engineer Penn Co, res 377 Hanna. 

Turner & Hire (Levi Turner, Elias Hire), grocers 6 Pearl. 

Tyger, see Tigar. 

Tyler Alfred A, rimpolisher N G Olds & Sons, res 83 Baker. 

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Tyler Charles, painter M L Albrecht, bds 166 Taylor. 

Tyler Frederick S, brakeman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds 123 E 

Main. 
Tyler Henry, bds 269 W Jefferson. 

Tyler James S, carpenter W, St L & P Ry, res 168 Taylor. 
Tyler John L, teacher of writing Public Schools, res 82 W De- 

Wald. 
Tyler Justin A, buyer Meyer Bros & Co, res 269 W Jefferson. 
Tyler Percy A, brakeman Penn Co, bds 166 Taylor. 
Tyler Wm P, clerk Coombs & Co, bds 269 W Jefferson. 
Tyrrpll Frank D, fol-eman machinist W, St L & P Ry, bds 149 

Griffith. 
Tyrrell Frank D, foreman machinist W, St L & P Ry, res 122 

Fairfield ave. 
Tyrrell Persis (wid Volney B), bds 174 W DeWald. 



Uebelhoer Frederick J, plasterer, res 169 George. 

Uebelhoer Louisa (wid Philip), res 68 E Main. 

Uebelhoer Roland, watchmaker RCaps, bds 68 E Main. 

Uhleg Emil, laborer, res 16 University. 

Ulery George F, laborer, bds 332 W Main. 

Ulmer Christian, laborer, res 123 Wells. 

Ulmer Gustav, barnman Adams Express Co, bds 82 Mont- 
gomery. 

Ulmer Theodore, fireman Concordia College, bds same. 

Umstead Harry D, boots and shoes 287 Calhoun, res 505 E 
Washington. 

Underbill Edward A, clerk, bds 106 Jackson. 

Underbill Elliott S, letter carrier No 7, res 292 E Lewis. 

Underbill Harriet O (wid Phineas S), bds 106 Jackson. 

Underwood Thomas J, foreman N G Olds & Sons, res 235 
Barr. 

Underbill Wm, lineman Jenney Electric Light Co, bds Fleming 
House. 

Ungemach John H, principal St Paul's German Lutheran 
School, res 15 Madison. 

Unger Dudley, gasfitter City Gas Works, res 117 Wells. 

Unger Frederick, tinsmith Penn Co, res 10 Pritchard. 

Unger Gottlieb, laborer Ft Wayne Gas Light Co, res 117 
Wells. 

Ungerer George, carpenter, res 49 Stophlet. 

Union Block, n w cor Main and Clinton. 

Union House, J A Miller propr, 49 W Main. 

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Main. 
United States Internal Revenue, office 69 Barr. 
Universalist Church, w 8 Harrison bet Wayne and Washington. 
Updegraff Hadassah (wid Joseph), res 34 Douglas ave. 
Updegraflf Jesse, sawyer Kilian Baker, res 32 Riverside ave. 
Updegraff Miss Josephine, teacher Jefferson School, bds 34 

Douglas ave. 
Updegraff Miss Sarah A, teacher Training School, bds 34 

Douglas ave. 
Uplegger, see also Oppliger. 
Uplegger Albert, laborer Cromwell's Lumber Yard, bds 146 

Broadway. 
Uplegger Charles, guard County Jail, res 146 Broadway. 
Uplegger Lewis, barber 45 Wells, bds 165 High. 
Uplegger Louisa, works French, Hanna & Co, bds 165 High. 
Upmeyer Frederick, carpenter, res s s Elizabeth 9 w of Spy Run 

ave. 
Urbine Frank, saloon 67 E Main, res same. 
Urbine James, druggist 68 E Columbia, res 171 E Washington. 



Vachon Frank, helper W, St L & P Ry, res 39 Wefel. 

Vachon Margaret, domestic n w cor Harrison and 1st. 

Vail Jacob, carpenter, bds 93 Thomas. 

Vail Lucy M, teacher of reading Public Schools, bds 93 Thomas. 

Vail Mary (wid Isaac), res 93 Thomas. 

Vail Wm W, laborer, bds 93 Thomas. 

Valroff Adolph, clerk M Koch, res 20 W Jefferson. 

Valroff August, plumber A Hattersley & Sons, res 90 E Main. 

Valroff Delphine (wid Xavier), res 90 E Main. 

Van Allen Alice M (wid Andrew), bds Edsall's addition. 

Van Allen John, cook, res 127 W Superior. 

Van Allen John H, hackman, res 48 N Cass. 

Van Alstine Ellen (wid Wm), res 62 Wall. 

Van Alstine Frank S, horse trainer, res 339 W Washington. 

Van Alstine Miss Lettie A, teacher Jeffei'son School, bds 62 

Wall. 
Van Alstine Perry S, fireman Penn Co, bds 62 Wall. 
Vanausdall Garrett, teamster Bass F & M Works, res 89 Force. 
Van Berns Ferdinand, carpenter, bds 7 Jones. 
*Van Buskirk Aaron E, physician 416 S Calhoun, res same. 
Van Camp Martin M, brakeman Penn Co, res 20 Chicago. 
Vance Henry, machinist Bass F & M Works, res 170 Hanna. 



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Vanda George A, boxmaker, bds 83 St Mary's ave. 
Yanderford Martin L, laborer, bds 170 W Main. 
Vanderbusch Frederick, laborer Roth & Keller, bds 224 W 

Main. 
Van Fleet Ralph A, asst cashier Penn Co freight depot, bds 

121 W Washington. 
Van Fleet Mary (wid John), dressmaker, res 110 Chicago. 
Van Gordon Wm H, brakeraan Penn Co, rms 32 Chicago. 
Van Horn Wm, laborer N Y, C & St L Ry, bds Nickel Plate 

Hotel. 
Van Meter Eugene, teamster, res 116 Fulton. 
Van Slyke Isaac N, conductor G R & I R R, rms cor Bracken- 
ridge and Harrison. 
Van Tifburg Emmons, fireman N Y, C & St L Ry, res 407 W 

Main, 
Van Vleet John, res 48 Riverside ave. 

Van Vleet John W, asst fuller French, Hanna & Co, res 37 Duck. 
Van Vleet Miss Lena, bds 72 W Jefferson. 
Van Wormer Wm A, fly finisher Ft Wayne Organ Co, res 19 

Colerick. 
Varner George W, laborer, res 163 E Jefferson. 
Varnum Joel L, furniture repaii'er, res n w cor Maumee road 

and Glasgow ave. 
Vaughn Martin, painter, bds 166 Greeley. 
Vaugier Xavier, res 12 Sturgis. 
Veith Frank, blacksmith n e cor E Superior and Barr, res 255 

E Wayne. 
Veith Peter, res 265 E Wayne. 
Veith Wm, laborer, bds 265 E Wayne. 
Velvick James A, carpenter, res 303 S Calhoun. 
Vernon Edward E, clerk Pfeiffer & Schlatter, bds 43 i E Col- 
umbia. 
Verth's Hall, 267 E Wayne. 

Vesey Wm J (Randall & Vesey), res 56 Douglas ave. 
Vevia Frank X, res 18 Pine. 
Vevia Frank X jr, conductor Penn Co, res n e cor DeWald and 

Fairfield ave. 
Vevia George E, brakeman Penn Co, res 33 Walnut. 
Vevia Joseph D, fireman Penn Co, bds 18 Pine. 
Vevia Thomas, fireman Penn Co, res cor Locust and Pine. 
Viberg Augusta (wid Herman), res n s Wagner 2 e of Spy 

Run ave. 
Viberg George L, clerk George DeWald & Co, bds Augusta 

Viberg. 
Viberg Miss Mary H, clerk George DeWald & Co, bds Augusta 

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Vick Philip, bds 173 Wells. 

Vick Jacob, blacksmith, res 173 Wells. 

Vick John, driver Meyer Bros & Co, bds 236 E Washington. 

Vincent James, finisher French, Hanna & Co, bds 86 E Main. 

Vincent Mary, domestic 50 W Wa-hington. 

Violand Jennie, domestic 17 Brackenridge. 

Violand Joseph F, carpenter e s Euclid ave 6 s of Creighton 

ave, res same. 
Violand Louis, carpenter, res 95 Clay. 
*Virgil Thomas S, Physician 70 Harrison, res same. 
Visger Robert H, traveling agent, res 106 E Main. 
Vizard Anthony, blacksmith s e cor Lafayette and Columbia, 

res 17 Brandriff. 
Vizard John C, blacksmith Penn Co, res 14 Melita. 
Vizard Rosa (wid Martin), res 17 Brandriff. 
Vodde Frederick F, molder Bass F & M Works, res 430 E 

Washington. 
Voeglie Andrew, wagonmaker a w cor Mauraee road and Ohio, 

res 52 Oak. 
Voeglie Peter, express, res 43 Walnut. 
Voeglie Wm, laborer, bds 53 Walnut. 
Vo 4ker Anna M, St Joseph's Hospital. 
Vogel Erthmuthe (wid Charles G), bds 95 E Jefferson. 
Vogel Frank, brakeman Penn Co, bds 12 Chicago. 
Vogel Frank B, Merchant Tailor 29 Calhoun, res 57 W 

Berry. 
Vogel Henry A, asst superintendent Ft Wayne Organ Co, res 

23 E Jefferson. 
Vogel Wm C, tuner Ft Wayne Organ Co, bds 19 E Jefferson. 
Vogler Mena, domestic 148 E Washington. 
Vogler Theodore P, upholsterer Peters Box & Lumber Co, res 

250 E Jefferson. 
Voglesing W G, brakeman Penn Co, bds 219 Lafayette. 
Vogtline Henry, butcher F Eckart, bds Washington House. 
Voigt E W, Manufacturer af the Celebrated Rhinegold 

Beer, Detroit, Mich. {See right hottom lines.') 
Voigt Hermann, mason, res 72 Oakley. 
Voirol Edward G, jeweler F J Voirol, res 21 Erie. 
Voirol Emile F J, clerk Markey & Mungovan, bds 195 E Jef- 
ferson. 
Voirol Frank A, watchmaker F J Voirol, res 149 E Jefferson. 
Voirol Frank J, jeweler 164 Calhoun, res 178 Ewing. 
Voirol John J, helper Bass F & M Works, bds 149 E Jefferson. 
Voirol Joseph L, fireman Penn Co, res 147 E Jefferson. 
Voirol Julian A, cigarmaker C Wenninghoff, res 56 Madison. 
VolbauraMrs Eliza, res 142 Madison. 



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FORT AVATNE DIRECTORY. 409 

Volbaum Frederick, brass finisher, bds 142 Madison. 

Volland Henry (Henry Volland & Co), res 279 W Washing- 
ton. 

Volland Henry J, painter City Carriage Works, res 250 E 
Wayne. 

Volland Henry & Co (H Volland, Anthony Kohlmeier), flour 
mill 14 W Columbia, 

Volland John G, miller H Volland & Co, bds 279 W Washing- 
ton. 

Volland Wm G, miller H Volland & Co, bds 279 W Washington. 

Vollmer Albert, check clerk Aveline House, rms 195 W Main. 

Vollraer Frederick C, oiler Penn Co, res 166 Holman, 

Vollmer Louisa (wid Daniel), res 195 W Main. 

Vollmer Miss Mary, clerk M Frank & Co, bds 195 W Main, 

Vollmer Wm, clerk Alderman & Yarnelle, res 168 Holman. 

Vollmerding Frederick, clerk Root & Co, res 141 Montgom- 
ery. 

Volmerding Henry, painter, bds 31 Maumee road. 

Volrade Christian, watchman John C Peters, res n s Polk 1 w 
of St Mary's ave. 

Volz Anthony, wheelfacer N G Olds & Sons, res 330 Force. 

Volz Henry, farmer, res s s New Haven e of city limits. 

Volz Joseph, cutter A I & H Friend, bds 79 W Main. 

Vonderbush Frederick, laborer, bds rear 224 W Main. 

Voorhees Wm J, plumber A Hattersley & Sons, bds Washing- 
ton House. 

Voors .John G, res 175 Wells. 

Voors John G Jr, Saloon 150 Calhoun, res 131 W Wash- 
ington. 

Vordermark Christina (wid Ernst), res s s New Haven road e 
of city limits. 

Vordermark Ernst W, peddler, res 273 E Jefferson. 

* Vordermark E & Sons (John W and Henry P Vorder- 
mark), Boots and Shoes 32 Calhoun. 

Vordermark Henry P (E Vordermark & Sons), res s e cor 
Maumee road and Walton ave. 

Vordermark John W (E Vordermark & Sons), res 301 E Wash- 
ington. 

Voss Louis A, bds 20 Wall, 

Votrie Albert, laborer J Fremion, res 9 Caroline, 

Votrie Bernard, brickmaker J Fremion, bds e s Lafayette s of 
limits, 

Votrie Frank, brickmaker J Fremion, res e s Lafayette s of 
limits. 

Vought Wm S, carpenter, res 391 E Wayne. 

Vrumihen John, wiper Penn Co, res 140 Holman. 

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Calhoun and Wabash Ry. 

Wacker Anton, raolder Bass F & M Works, res 26 Buchanan. 

Wackmiller John, laborer, res 22 Orchard. 

Wade Miss Emma, teacher Hanna School, bds 172 Holman. 

Wade John, decorator, bds 172 Holman. 

Wade Miss Julia, dressmaker, bds 172 Holman. 

Wade Miss Margaret A, teacher Hanna School, bds 172 Hol- 
man. 

Wade Maria (wid James), res 172 Holman. 

Wade Patrick S, messenger American Express Co, res 172 Hol- 
man. 

Wadge Etta S (wid Richard C), res 143 Montgomery. 

Wadge George, sorter French, Hanna & Co, res 170 Mont- 
gomery. 

Wadge Miss Georgina, teacher, bds 170 Montgomery. 

"Wadge Wm, carpenter Penn Co, res 143 Montgomery. 

Wadington Benjamin C, lumber inspector Penn Co, res 128 
Montgomery. 

Wadington Rosanna (Wid Wm), res 128 Montgomery. 

"Wagemann Anna B (wid John), res 167 Wells. 

Wagemann George, painter, res n w cor Hoffman and Wells. 

Wagemann George C, poultry, bds George Wagemann. 

Wagenhals Rev Samuel, Pastor Trinity (English) Lu- 
theran Church, res 54 E Wayne. 

Wagman, see also Wegman7i. 

Wagman John, teamster, res 139 Franklin ave. 

Wagner Adolph, laborer N G Olds & Sons, res e s Warsaw nr 
Buchanan. 

Wagner Anthony, finisher White's Wheel Works, bds 320 E 
Washington. 

Wagner Catherine (wid John), res 185 W Jefferson. 

Wagner Miss Ella, dressmaker, bds 27 Lavina. 

Wagner Frederick, brewer C L Centlivre, res nr brewery. 

Wagner George E, engineer G R& I RR, res 154 E Lewis. 

Wagner Henry, laborer 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, machine hand Rhinesmith & Simonson. bds 
185 W Jefferson. 

Wagner John C (Wagner & Joost), res 69 Douglas ave. 

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PORT WAYKE DIRECTORY. 411 

Wagner John C, roadmaster F W, O & L R R, res 35 N Cal- 
houn. 

Wagner John T, proprietor Union Saloon and Restaurant 7 E 
Main, res 91 Montgomery. 

Wagner Julius, carpenter Pressler & Wagner, res n s Killea 3 
w of Calhoun. 

Wagner Lorenz, laborer Wm Moellering, bds 320 E Washing- 
ton. 

Wagner Louis, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 82 Smith. 

Wagner Maggie, domestic 114 Lafayette. 

Wagner Philip, bartender J T Wagner, bds same. 

Wagner Rudolph, laborer N G Olds & Sons, res 11 Caroline. 

Wagner & Joost (John C Wagner, Albert Joost), Pianos 
and Organs 27 W Main, 

Wagoner Austin E, carpenter Kendrick & Shrimpton, res e s 
Calhoun 1 s of Leith. 

Wagoner Robert F, tel constructor, res 37 Colerick. 

Wahrenburg Frederick, policeman, res 12 Hood. 

Waibel Charles L, casemaker Ft Wayne Organ Co, bds 226 
W Jefferson. 

Waibel Emma, dressmaker, bds 226 W Jefferson. 

Waibel George, packer Louis Fox, bds 226 W Jefferson. 

Waibel Placidus, casemaker Ft Wayne Organ Co, res 226 W 
Jefferson. 

Wailker Philip, tailor A Foster, res 135 Calhoun. 

Walbaum Frederick, brass finisher A Hattersley & Sons, bds 
142 Madison. 

Walda Amelia, domestic 232 E Jefferson. 

Walda Annie, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 26 Schick. 

Walda Charles, carpenter Penn Co, res 329 E Washington. 

Walda Charles F W, painter Penn Co, bds 329 E Washington. 

Walda Christian, carpenter Penn Co, bds 325 W Washington. 

Walda Christian C, carpenter Penn Co, res n e cor Erie and 
Canal. 

Walda Frederick, tailor B Kramer, res s e cor Pontiac and 
Webster. 

Waldo Frederick E, carpenter Penn Co, bds 329 E Washing- 
ton. 

Walda Frederick W, carpenter Penn Co, bds s e cor Pontiac 
and Webster. 

Walda Gottlieb, painter Olds' Wagon Works, bds s e cor Pon- 
tiac and Webster. 

Walda Henry, laborer, bds s e cor Pontiac and Webster. 

Walda Henry B, carpenter, res 331 E Washington. 

Walda Henry B, filer J C Peters, res s s Boone 4 w of Centre. 

Walda Henry G, mattressmaker Julius Kegelmann, bds same. 



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Walda Hermann, laborer Hoffman Bros, bds 325 W Washing- 
ton. 

Walda Wm, carpenter, res 216 E Wayne. 

Walda Wm C, carpenter, res 26 Schick. 

Walde Wm F, wagonmaker N G Olds & Sons, res 361 La- 
fayette. 

Waldnian, see also Waltman. 

Waldman Charles, clerk Kaag & Bro, bds 283 W Jefferson. 

Waldman John, laborer Camilla Schilling. 

Walmer, see Vollmer. 

Waldo Augusta, domestic 314 W Washington. 

Waldo Mary S (wid Wm P), principal Hariner School, res 98 
E Jefferson. 

Waldschmidt Catherine, domestic Charles H Currier. 

Waldschmidt George, laborer Penn Co, res w s Walton ave 8 s 
of E Lewis. 

Waldschmidt Jacob, labor Penn Co, res w s Walton ave 8 s of 
E Lewis. 

Wales Edward A, cashier F W, C & L R R, res 160 Ewing. 

Walker, see also Welker. 

Walker Andrew, receiving clerk Penn Co freight depot, res 214 
Francis. 

Walker Anthony, molder Bass F & M Works, res 26 Buchanan. 

Walker Leonard S, res 57 Miner. 

Walker Mary C (wid Lewis J), boarding house s w cor Maiden 
Lane and Pearl. 

Walkey Frank H (Mortimer & Walkey), res 13 E Main. 

Wallace John, boilermaker Penn Co, res 140 E Lewis. 

Walsh, see also Welch and Welsh. 

Walsh Garrett, laborer Penn Co, res 165 Gay. 

Walsh Miss Mary E, bds 85 E Jefferson. 

Walsh Michael V, clerk Aveline House. 

Waltemath Charles F, bookkeeper G W Seavey, res 165 Van 
Buren. 

Waltemath Charles H, Dry Goods, Groceries and 
Bakery 325 Lafayette, res same. 

Waltemath Henry, clerk Henry Dicke, bds 259 E Lewis. 

Waltemath Henry, machinist W, St L & P Ry, res 43 W Lewis. 

Waltemath Henry C, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 43 W 
Lewis. 

Waltemath Lisetta (wid Henry), res 201 Lafayette. 

Waltemath Louis, clerk C H Waltemath, bds 325 Lafayette. 

Waltemath Louis, laborer Street Commissioner, res 259 E 
Lewis. 

Waltemath Louisa, domestic 106 W Washington. 

Waltemath Wm, clerk Gerke & Co, res 186 Montgomery. 

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Waltemath Wm F C, clerk B W Skelton, res 186 Montgomery. 

Waltematb Wm H, clerk C H Waltemath, bds 325 Lafayette. 

Walter Amos R, trav agent, res 5 West. 

Walter Charles W, lawyer, res e s Spy Run ave 6 s of River- 
side ave. 

Walter David, butcher, res 51 Barr. 

Walter Jacob, barber, 91 Calhoun, res 28 E Wayne. 

Walter Jacob H, laborer Penn Co, res 149 Force. 

Walter John A, shoemaker 19 W Berry, res n s Huron 2 w of 
Mechanic's. 

Walter Margaret (wid Frank), res 12 Pine. 

Walter Wm B, bds Charles W Walter. 

Walters Frederick, brakeman G R & I R R, bds 78 Smith. 

Walters Mary, domestic 175 W Berry. 

Walther Frederick W, piano repairer, res 139 E Jefferson. 

Walther Mrs Theresa, confectioner 139 E Jefferson, i-es same. 

Waltke George, miller J B Monning & Co, res 78 E Columbia. 

Waltman, see also JValdman. 

Waltman Charles, carpenter Kerr-Murray Mnfg Co, bds 231 
Barr. 

Waltman Charles jr, clerk, bds 231 Barr. 

Waltman Lizzie, domestic 135 E Berry. 

Walton Charles E, train despatcher Penn Co, res 43 Bracken- 
ridge. 

Walton Clinton H, trainmaster Penn Co, bds 131 E Wayne. 

Walton Horace B, fireman Penn Co, res 40 Williams. 

Walton Joseph R, storekeeper Penn Co, res 43 Brackenridge. 

Walts Rev Jacob K, pastor Berry Street M E Church, res 26 
W Berry. 

Warburton George F, foreman F W, C & L R R, res 79 N 
Cass. 

Ward Ambrose G, fireman Penn Co, bds 20 Leith. 

Ward Charles C, fireman Penn Co, bds 20 Leith. 

Ward Henry C, engineer Penn Co, res 412 Hanna. 

Ward Horatio N, crockery 8 W Columbia, res 233 W Berry. 

Ward James, bds 28 Baker. 

Ward John, laborer, bds Robert Brookes. 

Ward John W, section foreman W, St L & P Ry, res 6 Kansas. 

Ward John W jr, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 6 Kansas. 

Ward Loran D, bookbinder, res 71 Laselle. 

Ward Robert, brakeman N Y, C & St L Ry, res 403 W Main. 

Ward Thomas, laborer W, St L & P Ry, bds 6 Kansas. 

Ward Wm A, brakeman Penn Co, res 1 5 Pontiac. 

Ward Wm H, res 20 Leith. 

Warner, see al^ Wer?ier. 

Warner Charles, laborer L Diether, res 42 Barthold. 

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Warner George, stoker F W Gas Light Co, res 24 N Cass. 
Warner George F, machinist Penn Co, res 46 Lavina. 
Warner John, laborer, res 203 Lafayette. 
Warner Thomas C, printer Ft Wayne Daily News, bds 316 E 

Jefferson. 
Warren Amelia, domestic 187 Griffith. 
Warren Perry S, shoemaker, res 44 S Centre. 
Wartenbe Amanda (wid Ephraim), res over 76 E Columbia. 
Washington House, W B Weber propr, 121 and 123 Calhoun. 
Washington School, s w cor Washington and Union. 
Wass Samuel L, machine hand Rhinesmith & Simonson, res s s 

Pontiac nr Walton ave. 
Wasserbach Charles, laborer Street Commissioner, res 68 Oakley. 
Wasserbacli John, Merchant Tailor 40 Harrison, res same. 
* Water Works Office, 68 Barr. 
Waterhous Edward (Waterhous & Bro), res w s Spy Run ave 

1 n of bridge. 
Waterhous John H (Waterhous & Bro), res 93 Montgomery. 
Waterhous & Bro (John H and Edward), horseshoers 83 E 

Columbia. 
Waterhouse Margaret (wid John H), res e s Walton ave 2 s of 

Maumee road. 
Waterman G Harry, trav agent G E Bursley & Co, bds 232 W 

Jefferson. 
Waterman John H, railway engineer W, St L&P Ry, res 232 

W Jefferson. 
Waters Miss Mary, bds 142 Jackson. 
Watson Daniel J, porter Robinson House. 
Watson Miss Edna, bds e s Short 2 s of Putnam, 
Watson Maria (wid Henry), res 135 Madison. 
AVatson Walter W, train despatcher G R & I R R, rms 38 

Brackenridge. 
Watt Wm H, commercial broker, bds 103 W Berry. 
Watterson Wm, brakeman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds s e cor N 

Cass and 3d. 
Watts W B, bds 92 W Berry. 

Waugh James R, engineer Penn Co, res 459 Lafayette. 
Wavada Frank J, machinist N G Olds & Sons, bds 14 Brandriff. 
Wavada Julia, domestic e s Fairfield ave 1 s of Pontiac. 
Wavada Mary (wid Louis), res 14 Brandriff, 
Wayne Street M E Church, s w cor Broadway and W Wayne. 
Wayner Philip, clerk, bds 91 Montgomery. 
Weaber Mrs Ada L, res 206 Hanna. 

Weaver C W, clerk F K Safford & Co, res 87 W Jefferson. 
Weaver John F, brassmolder A Hattersley & Sons, res 161 E 

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Weaver Lonis, laborer Wm Moellering, bds 30 E Columbia. 
Weaver Thomas P (col'd), whitewasher, res over 30 E Columbia. 
Weaver Wm F, watchman Summit City Soap Co, res ^v s Spy 

Run ave nr Elizabeth. 
Webb Reuben M, fireman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds 238 W 

Wayne. 
Webb Rhoda A (wid Augustus M), bds 238 W Wayne. 
Webb Samuel L, laborer, res 94 Franklin ave. 
Webbe Rev Wm R, rector Trinity Church, res 170 W Wayne. 
Webber Charlotte (wid Benjamin), res 47 Bass. 
Webber Heber, molder, res 97 Laselle. 
Webber Mary, domestic 127 W Wayne. 
Webber Mary E (wid Benjamin), bds w s Cooper. 
Webber Milton N, Dealer in Imported and Domestic 

Wines, Liquors and Cigars 39 Calhoun and 3 E Main, res 

126 W Washington. 
Webber Wm, cigarmaker Boltz & Oppenhamer, res Bloora- 

ingdale. 
Weber Adam (McNulty & Co), res 81 Montgomery. 
Weber Andrew, foreman Penn Co, res 199 Barr. 
Weber Carl J, clerk Stemen & Andrews, bds 199 Barr. 
Weber Clement, clerk M Frank & Co, bds 81 Montgomery. 
Weber Edward, clerk, bds 81 Montgomery. 
Weber Elizabeth, domestic 154 W Jefferson. 
Weber Miss Emma C, teacher Bloomingdale School, bds 187 

Madison. 
Weber Ferdinand P, molder Kerr-Murray Mnfg Co, res 391 E 

Lewis. 
Weber Frank, cigarmaker Louis Bender, bds 275 E Wayne. 
Weber Frank A, assistant street commissioner, res 123 Maumee 

road. 
Weber Frederick, laborer, res w s Harmer 1 n of Hugh. 
Weber Henry, tuner Ft Wayne Organ Co, res 56 Nelson. 
Weber John, res 275 E Wayne. 
Weber John, molder, res 78 Buchanan. 

Weber John J, principal East German School, res 187 Madison. 
Weber Louis, laborer, res s s Eckart 4 e of Hanna. 
Weber Louisa, domestic 83 Clinton. 
Weber Madelaine, domestic 139 Suttonfield. 
Weber Peter, mason, res 308 W Jefferson. 
Weber Valentine, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 81 Mont- 
gomery. 
Weber Wm B, Proprietor Washington House 121 and 123 

Calhoun. 
Weber Wm J, blacksmith, bds Lizzie Shoemaker. 
Wedler Amelia, domestic 91 E Wayne. 

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Wedler Augusta, domestic 162 Montgomery. 

Wedler Carl, laborer, bds 54 Thomas. 

Wedler Theodore, laborer Penn Co, res n s Samuel 3 from 

Holton ave. 
Wedler Wm, laborer Penn Co, res n e cor John and Hernden. 
Weed Myron W, traveling agent, res 50 Brackenridge. 
Weeks George H, painter Penn Co, res 198 Hanna. 
Weeks Irene (wid John), res 146 E Lewis. 
Weeserlow Fritz, teamster D Tagtmeyei*, bds 77 W Superior. 
Wefel Adolph, tinner Penn Co, res 21 E Washington. 
Wefel Amelia, domestic 260 W Berry. 
Wefel Annie, domestic 271 W Jefferson. 
Wefel Caroline, domestic 76 W Berry. 
Wefel Charlotte (wid Frederick), res 161 High. 
Wefel Frederick W, laborer Fleming Mnfg Co, res 41 Barthold. 
Wefel Frederick W, laborer Wm Moellering, res 163 High. 
Wefel Henry, carpenter, bds 41 Barthold, 
Wefel John, machine hand, bds 161 High. 
Wefel John W, carpenter, res 168 High. 

Wefel John H, carpenter Penn Co, res s s Erie 2 w of Schick. 
Wefel Mary E (wid Adam), res 21 E Washington. 
Wefel Wilhelmina (wid John H), res 41 Barthold. 
Wegmann, see also Wagnian. 
Wegmann Henry, laborer Penn Co, res e s Lombard 1 from 

New Haven road. 
Wegmann Sophia, seamstress J M Gould, bds 23 Wilt. 
Wehler Charles F, lumber buyer, res 23 Burgess. 
Wehnert Carl F H, cabinetmaker Bickford Furniture Co, res 

8 s Erie 2 e of Coombs. 
Wehnert Edith, domestic e s Fairfield ave 1 w of organ factory. 
Wehrs Anna (wid Frederick), res 122 W Jefferson. 
Wehrs Henry W, laborer Wm Moellering, res 92 E Jefferson. 
Wehrs Wm H, machine hand Penn Co, bds 35 Hough. 
Weicher Jacob J, casemaker Ft Wayne Organ Co, res 156 W 

DeWald. 
Weick Jacob, carpenter F W, C & L R R, res 173 Wilt. 
Weidbrook Desdie A (wid Christian), laundress Robinson 

House. 
Wei d man, see Wiedniann. 
Weidner Michael, teamster, bds 27 Force. 
Weigman, see Wiegjnann. 

Weikart Jacob, clerk J A Housei', bds 47 E Columbia. 
Weikinger Alis, teamster, res 48 John. 
Weikmau Lena, domestic 155 W Wayne. 

Weikmann Philip, molder Bass F & M Works, res 8 Hayden. 
Weil Abraham (Weil Bros & Co), res 69 E Jefferson. 



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FORT "VTAYNE DIRECTORY. 417 

*Weil Bros & Co (Isaac and Abraham Weil), hides 85 E Col- 
umbia, 

Weil George, cabinetmaker Ft Wayne Organ Co, res 119 
Taylor7 

Weil Isaac (Weil Bros & Co), res 69 E Jefferson. 

Weil Jacob, witli Weil Bros & Co, res 69 E Jefferson. 

Weil Miss Jennie, bookkeeper Weil Bros & Co, bds 69 E Jef- 
ferson. 

Weil John, waiter Edward Seidel & Son, bds 52^ Calhoun. 

Weil Mrs Rosa, res 69 E Jefferson. 

Weiler Martin, laborer Kerr-Muiray Mnfg Co, res 125 Monroe. 

Welling Annie, domestic 102 E Main. 

Weiman, see Wieman and IVimau. 

Weimer George, baker, res 323 Lafayette. 

Weimer John, painter S W Hull, bds 325 Lafayette. 

Weineke, see Wieneke. 

Weinstein Raphael, shoemaker, res 86 Barr. 

Weipert August, bds 99 Hoffman. 

Weipert Frederick, carpenter, bds 99 Hoffman. 

Weipert Michael, carpenter Jacob Beaber, res 99 Hoffman. 

Weipert Reinhardt, fireman Ranke & Yergens, res 175 Wells. 

Weir John, plumber Robert Ogden, bds Tremont House. 

Weis, see also Wise. 

Weis Jacob, carpenter J McMullen, res 208' Madison. 

Weisbroel 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 Jefferson. 
{See left hottoni lines.) 

Weisell Gearis, clerk Jenney Electric Light Co, bds 311 W 
Jefferson. 

Weisell Wm Ellis, dentist D D Weisell, bds 311 W Jefferson. 

Weisenberg, see Wiesenberg. 

Weisenberger Benjamin, teamster Street Commissioner, res 126 
W 3d. 

Weisenburger George, grocery and saloon 299 W Main, res 
same. 

Weisenburger Valentine, laborer, res e s Lafayette 2 n of Pon- 
tiac. 

Weisman, see also Wiseman. 

Weisman Mary, domestic Wm P Swinney. 

Weismantel Frank, foreman J C Eckert, res 22 W Jefferson. 

Weisner George W, fireman Penn Co, res 39 E DeWald. 

Weiss, see also Wiese. 

Weiss Albert, cabinetmaker Ft Wayne Organ Co, res 9 Sturgis. 

Weiss Elizabeth (wid John), res 151 Hanna. 

Weist, see Wiest. 

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Weitzmann Miss Clara, tailoress TF Weitzmann, bds 182 Jack- 
son. 

Weitzmann Felix, tailor T F Weitzmann, bds 182 Jackson. 

Weitzmann Miss Ida, tailoress T F Weitzmann, bds 182 Jack- 
son. 

Weitzmann Miss Maggie, tailoress T F Weitzmann, bds 182 
Jackson. 

Weitzmann Max, tailor T F Weitzmann, bds 182 Jackson. 

Weitzmann Paul, tailor T F Weitzmann, bds 182 Jackson. 

Weitzmann Theobald F, Merchant Tailor 162 Calhoun, 
res 182 Jackson. [See right top lines.) 

Welbinghouse Maria (wid Henry), bds 2 14 W Je£ferson. 

Welch, see also Welsh. 

Welch Byron E, engineer, res 39 Williams. 

Welch Catherine (wid John), res 88 Fairfield ave. 

Welch Carles H, machine hand Ft Wayne Organ Co, bds 175 
Fairfield ave. 

Welch Cornelius K, with R S Knode, bds 17 Holman. 

Welch John, wiper Penn Co, bds 28 Brandriff. 

Walch John jr, machinist Penn Co, bds 26 Brandriflf. 

Welch John H (Welch & Baker), res 84 W Creighton ave. 

Welch Mary E (wid George W), res 175 Fairfield ave. 

Welch Thomas H, machinist, res 83 Hoagland ave. 

Welch & Baker (John H Welch, John Baker), Slate and 
Tin Roofers 190 Calhoun. 

Welches Carrie, domestic 106 E Berry. 

Weldon Francis R, clerk Penn Co, res 241 Webster. 

Welker, see also Walker. 

Welker Annie M (wid Daniel), bds 64 3d. 

Welker Daniel, polisher, res 17 Hoffman. 

Welker Henry, cabinetmaker Peters B & L Co, res 59 Wall. 

Welker Louis, rim inspector White's Wheel Works, res 130 
Maumee road. 

Weller Barbara (wid Christian), res 76 E Wayne. 

Weller Charles, meat market 123 Harrison, res same. 

Weller Christian, messenger, bds 121 Hai'rison. 

Weller Christina, domestic Charles W Walter. 

Weller Miss Elizabeth D, dressmaker, bds 76 E Wayne. 

Weller Gottlieb, messenger, bds 121 Harrison. 

Weller John, cigarmaker C Wenninghoff, res 121 Harrison. 

Weller John G, res 121 Harrison. 

Weller Mary, laundress Rich's Hotel. 

^Welling Frank, manager Coombs & Co, res 155 W Wayne. 

Wellmaun Charles, laborer, res 100 Wilt. 

Wellmaun Henry, carpenter J C Peters, res 44 Pritchard. 

Wellman Henry F W, tel messenger, bds 112 Jackson. 

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"Wellmann Sophie (wid Frederick), res 112 Jackson. 

Wellmeier Frederick W, laborer Hoffman Bros, res 181 W Su- 
perior. 

Wells Miss Alice, music teacher 43 Lavina, res same. 

Wells Miss Almira, res 2 Madison. 

Wells Miss Carrie E, bds 251 W Main. 

Wells Mrs Delplline B, Principal Westminster Seminary, 
res same. {See adv, inside front cover.') 

Wells George, carpenter, res e s Grant ave 4 s of E Washing- 
ton. 

Wells George R, harness 36 Clinton, res same. 

Wells Miss Harriet M, teacher Bloomingdale School, bds 36 
Clinton. 

Wells James, blacksmith Olds' Wagon Works, bds 134 Wallace. 

Wells Judson W, clerk Penn Co freight depot, bds Darrow 
Hotel. 

Wells Maria (wid Arnold), res 43 Lavina. 

Wells Miss Mary, bds 251 W Main. 

Wells Richard J, blacksmith N G Olds & Sons, res cor Harri- 
rison and S Wayne ave. 

Wells Miss Ruth, bds 2 Madison. 

Wells Walter W, student, bds 251 W Main. 

Wellsh Mary (wid Joseph), res 106 Butler. 

Welsh, see also Walsh. 

Welsh Garrett, watchman Penn Co, res 183 Gay. 

Welsh James, driver, bds 75 E Superior. 

Welsh John, laborer, res rear 98 Baker. 

Welsh Katie, domestic 15 Clay. 

Welsh LeRoy, carriage trimmer, res 137 W 3d. 

Welsh Mary (wid Patrick), res 75 E Superior. 

Welsh Michael, laborer, bds 98 Montgomery. 

Welsh Patrick T, engineer Penn Co, res 441 Lafayette. 

Welsh Thomas, laborer Penn Co, bds 98 Montgomery. 

Welsheimer Louis F, painter, res 276 E Washington. 

Welsimeyer Wm T, lawyer, res 243 W Washington. 

Weltburger The, J C Buergler Editor, 7 Court. 

Welten John, machinist Penn Co, res 38 Butler. 

Wendelen Henry, cooper Standard Oil Co, res 347 E Washing- 
ton, 

Wendt Christian, plasterer, res 137 John, 

Wendt Henry, farmer, res w s Walton ave 8 s of Pontiac. 

Weninger George, barber B Ellert, res 302 E Wayne. 

Wenninghoff Christian, cigar manufacturer 144 Calhoun, res 
173"Ewing, 

Wenninghoff Rudolph, cigarmaker C Wenninghoff, res 18 Fair- 
field ave. 

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Werges Peter, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 69 Buchanan. 

Werkmann Ernest V, machinist, bds 46 Butler. 

Werkmann H Philip, laborer Penn Co freight depot, res 62 
Walton ave. 

Werkmann John C, laborer, bds w s Walton |ave 7 s of E 
Lewis. 

Werkmann Philip, molder Bass F & M Works, bds Valentine 
Werkmann. 

Werkmann Philip E, finisher Ft Wayne 'Organ Co, bds 46 
Butler. 

Werkmann Valentine, laborer Olds' Wagon Works, res n s 
Hayden 4 w of McCulloch. 

Werkmann Wm F, carriage painter B H Baker, bds 62 Walton 
ave. 

Wermuth Charles R, carpenter, res 172 Suttonfield. 

Werner, see also Warner. 

Werner Christopher, butcher F Eckart, res *^ Pritchard. 

Werner Louis, laborer Bass F & M Works, res w s Walton ave 
6 s of Pontiac. 

Weronetzski Joseph, helper Bass F & M Works, res 4 John. 

Wertz Henry, conductor Penn Co, res e s Euclid ave 5 s of 
Creighton ave. 

Wery, see also Whery. 

Wery Charles, teamster J H Wery, bds 130 Williams. 

Wery Henry, carpenter, bds 130 Williams. 

Wery John H, medicine manufacturer 132 Williams, res 130 
same. 

Wery Matilda, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 130 Will- 
iams. 

Wery Penelope, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 130 Wil- 
liams. 

Wesemann Henry F W, molder Bass F & M Works, res 262 E 
Jefferson. 

Wesener Susan (wid Albert), res 193 Ewing. 

Wesling Miss Dora, res 135 Wallace. 

Wesling Miss Louisa, res 135 Wallace. 

Wesner Augustus, laborer Standard Oil Co, res 42 Thomas. 

Wessel Jolin, res 399 Lafayette. 

Wessell Jolm jr, grocer 273 Hanna, res same. 

West German School, s e cor Washington and Webster. 

West Jacob, physician 92 Calhoun, rras same. 

Westenfeld Conrad (Westenfeld & Bro), res 123 Madison. 

Westenfeld Wm (Westenfeld & Bro), res 139 E Lewis. 

Westtman Henry, fireman Penn Co, bds 15 E Jefferson. 

Westenfeld & Bro (Conrad and William), agricultural imple- 
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FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 421 

Westerman Wm, coremaker Bass F & M Works, bds 366 E 

Lewis. 
Western Fish & Oyster Company, Wichman & Car- 
son Proprietors, 174^ W Berry. 
*Western Union Telegraph Co, O L Perry Manager, 

67 Calhoun. 
Westhoff Wm, bricklayer, bds 267 E Lewis. 
Westling Albert H, student, rms 36 Baker. 
Westmeyer George, helper Jenney Electric Light Co, bds 320 

Calhoun. 
Westminster Seminary for Yonng Ladies, Miss 

Carrie B Sharp, Mrs D B Wells Principals, 251 W Main. 

{See adv, inside front cover?) 
Weston Samuel, res 64 Barthold. 
Westphal Frederick, res 173 Montgomery. 
Westrumb Henry C F, Notary, Detective, Carpenter, 

Bridge Builder and Contractor 415 E Washington, res 

same. 
Wetzel, see also Whetsell. 

Wetzel Elizabeth (wid George), res 136 Francis. 
Wetzel Lucy, domestic A H Hamilton. 
Weyer Benjamin D, iron worker John Pressler, res cor 3d and 

Cass. 
Weyer Martin, porter, res 10 Hoffman. 
Whalen Miss Bridget, seamstress, res 44 Melita. 
Whalen John, molder F W Jenney Electric Light Co, res 8 

Erie. 
Whaley Hannah (wid Justin), bds 132 W Main. 
Whan Joseph, foreman millwright Bass F & M Works, res 158 

Force. 
Wharton Charles S, salesman G W Seavey, res 122 E Main. 
Wheeler Charles, conductor N Y, C &St L Ry, res 156 Greeley. 
Wheeler John S, engineer Penn Co, res cor Horace and Thomas. 
Wheeler Joshua C, machinist W, St L & P Ry, res 296 Bread- 
way. 
Wheeler Nelson, handle ranfr 159 W Main, res 123 E Main. 
Wheeler Robert B, machinist F W Jenney Electric Light Co, 

res 130 W Jefferson. 
Wheelock Kent K, sec Allen County Medical Society, and 

physician 94 Calhoun, res 187 Griffith. 
Whery, see also Wery. 
Whery Wm P, Physician 94 Calhoun cor W Wayne, res 

61 Madison. 
Whetsell, see also Wetzel. 
Whetsell Edward P F (col'd), res 28 Erie. 
Whipker Cecilia (wid Peter), res 132 Wells. 

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Whist, see Wiest. 

White Miss Amanda, bds 90 Thomas. 

White Edwin, machine hand Olds' Wagon Works, bds 327 

Hanna. 
White Enos H, carpenter, res w s S Wayne ave 6 s of W 

Creighton ave. 
White Frank, barber, bds Washington House. 
White Isabel (wid John), res 90 Thomas. 
White James B (White's Wheel Works), Fruit House and 

Grocery 9 and 11 W Berry, res 60 Barr. 
White Jefferson, engineer G R & I R R, res 327 Hanna. 
White John, brakeman Penn Co, bds 12 Chicago. 
White John I (T J Nolton & Co), and sec Bass F &M Works, 

res 210 W Wayne. 
White John W (White's Wheel Works), res 128 E Wayne. 
White Joseph, brakeman G R & I R R, bds 12 Chicago. 
White Luther, brakeman Penn Co, bds 90 Thomas. 
White Taylor, brakeman Penn Co, res 90 Thomas. 
White Roderick W, miller John Orff, res 160 W Main. 
^White's Wheel Works (James B and John W White), wheel 

mnfrs e end of E Wayne on N Y, C & St L Ry. 
Whitehead Arthur, engineer G R & I R R, res 318 Calhoun. 
Whitehead John G, foreman Robert Ogden, res 55 Barr. 
Whiteleather J Frank, teacher elementary business course The 

Fort Wayne College, bds same. 
Whiteley Elizabeth (wid Thomas), res 208 E Lewis. 
Whitfield Robert H (col'd), barber A E Fink, rms 65 E 

Main. 
Whiting Almon J, asst yardmaster W, St L & P Ry, bds I C 

W^hiting. 
Whiting David, painter, res 196 W Washington. 
Whiting Ira C, tollgatekeeper New Haven road, res same. 
Whitlock Solomon, wagonraaker, res 276 W Jefferson. 
Whitman Barbara (wid Aubery), bds 30 West. 
Whitmer Daniel, painter, res 109 Fairfield ave. 
Whitney Frank H, engineer Penn Co, res 36 McClellan. 
Whitney John I, clerk C D Wilt, bds 142 Jackson. 
Whitney Miranda (wid Washington I), res 142 Jackson. 
Whittenberger Arthur J, dry goods, res 335 W Jefferson. 
Whittles Joab, machinist Nickel Plate Ry, res 68 Leith. 
Whyman, see Wieman ajid Wiman. 
Wiber Jacob, laborer, res 108 John. 
Wible Mary L (wid Thomas), res 160 Holman. 
Wichraan Albert, mason Wm Moellering, bds 219 Madison. 
Wichraan Albert C F, bookkeeper Wm Moellering, res 219 

Madison. 



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FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 423 

Wichman Miss Emma, milliner Mrs N B Rowe, bds 219 

Madison. 
Wichman Ferdinand, tailor, res 27 Shick. 
Wichman Ferdinand T, druggist H W Mordhurst, res 253 E 

Jefferson. 
AVichman Herman (Wichman & Carson), res 219 Madison. 
Wichman John T, machinist Bass F &M Works, res 27 Shick. 
*Wichnian & Carson (H Wichman, J Carson), Propri- 
etors Western Fish and Oyster Company 17^ W Berry. 
Wickliffe Branson, laborer, bds 207 Broadway. 
Wickliffe Frank, laborer, res 89 Hanna. 
AVickliffe Frederick, laborer, bds 207 Broadway. 
Wickliffe Michael S, Deputy County Treasurer, res 70 

Butler. 
Wickliffe Peter F, carpenter, res 207 Broadway. 
Widdermeier Frank, spinner, res 67 Wilt. 
Wiebke Henry, grocer 94^ Barr, re.s 92 same. 
Wiebke Sophie, domestic w s Fairfield ave 1 n of Pontiac. 
Wiebke Wm, clerk Ft Wayne Organ Co, bds Rudisill's ave. 
Wiechern John, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 83 Smith. 
Wiechern John jr, laborer Bass F & M Works, bds 83 Smith. 
Wieck, see Weick. 
Wiedbrauk, see Weidbrook. 
Wiedelmann Sophia (wid Wm), res s w cor E Main and 

Coombs. 
Wiedelmann Wm, laborer, bds s w cor E Main and Coombs. 
Wiedemann Casper, foreman Bass F & M Works, res 370 E 

Washington. 
Wiedemann Joseph, laborer, bds 347 Lafayette. 
Wiedemann Ulrich, whitewasher, res 347 Lafayette. 
Wiedraann Charles, carpenter, res w s Lafayette 1 s of Pontiac. 
Wiedmann George, carpenter, bds w s Lafayette 1 s of Pontiac. 
Wiedmann Herman, laborer J C Peters, res 104 Mechanic's. 
Wiedmann Louisa, candymaker Batchelder & Medsker, bds 70 

E Jefferson. 
Wiedmann Martin A, laborer J A Koehler, res s s Rudisill's 

ave. 
Wiedmann Mary (wid Joseph), res 70 E Jefferson. 
Wiedmann Michael, painter, res 26 West. 

Wiegand John W, laborer HC Taylor & Co, bds 343 Lafayette. 
Wiegand Miss Maggie R, bds 343 Lafayette. 
Wiegand Sebastian, carpenter, res 343 Lafayette. 
Wiegerlak John, brickmaker, res e s Lafayette 1 s of Pontiac. 
Wiegmann Charlotte (wid Frederick), res 200 E Jefferson. 
Wiegraann Frederick H, tress hoopmaker S D Bitler, bds 200 

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Wiegmann Hermann, carpenter, res 79 Oakley. 

Wiegmann Wm H, blacksmith, res 403 W Main. 

Wieker Frederick, laborer, bds e s Hanna s of limits. 

Wienian, see also Winian. 

Wieman George M, clerk Alderman & Yarnelle, bds 130 W 
Jefferson. 

Wicmann Kate (wid Wm), res s w cor Lafayette and Wash- 
ington. 

Wieneke Charles G, harnessmaker A L Johns & Co, bds 283 
W Main. 

Wieneke Frederick, shoemaker 283 W Main, res same. 

Wieneke Frederick jr, laborer, bds 283 W Main. 

Wieneke Wm F, laborer, bds 283 W Main, 

Wier, see Weir. 

Wiersche Charles, fireman Penn Co, bds 174 Jackson. 

Wies, see Weis and Wise. 

Wiese, see also Weiss. 

Wiese Henry, engineer J Hughes & Co, res 408 W Main. 

Wiedenberg August, machine hand Olds' Wagon Works, res 
173 Montgomery. 

Wiesenberg Carl, machine hand, bds 173 Montgomerj'. 

Wiesenberg Ida, bds 173 Montgomery. 

Wiesman, see Weisman and Wiseman. 

Wiest Catherine, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 82 WMain. 

Wiest Charles, laborer, res 82 W Main. 

Wiest Frances, domestic Henry B Rohs. 

Wiest Jacob, huckster, bds 82 W Main. 

Wiest Katie, domestic 119 E Wayne. 

Wikel Samviel A, Assistant General Freight Agent F W, 
C & L R R, res 287 W Berry. 

Wilcox Isaac, saloon Robinson House Block, res 189 Ewing. 

Wilde Adolph, laborer, res 130 Wallace. 

Wilde Jacob, shoemaker H Bauer, res 17 Laselle. 

*Wilder Joseph H, sec N G Olds & Sons, res 127 W Wayne. 

Wilder Wm W, yardman Nickel Plate Ry, res 78 Baker. 

Wilding Charles A, bookkeeper Wilding & Son, bds 260 W 
Wayne. 

Wilding George, machinist Kerr-Murray Mnfg Co, res 66 But- 
ler. 

Wilding James (Wilding & Son), res 360 W Wayne. 

Wilding James W (Wilding & Son), res 132 Fairfield ave. 

Wilding John, laborer Wm Moellering, bds 8 Pearl. 

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 DeWald, bds DeWald Square. 

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Wile Isaac (Isaac Wile & Co), bds Robinson House. 

Wile Isaac & Co (Isaac Wile), wholesale wines and liquors 8 
Calhoun. 

Wiley Benjamin, saloon 274 Calhoun, res 65 Baker. 

Wiley Miss Lulu J, teacher Clay School, bds e s Savannah s of 
Diamond. 

Wiley Mrs N J, cook Ft Wayne City Hospital. 

Wiley Oliver A W, fireman Penn Co, bds e s Savannah s of 
Diamond. 

Wiley O Bird, county surveyor Court House, bds e s Savannah 
8 of Diamond. 

Wiley Sarah J (wid Alexander), res e s Savannah s of Dia- 
mond. 

Wilford Martha E (wid Rosemund W), res 389 S Calhoun. 

Wilhelm George, section worker Nickel Plate Ry, res ss How- 
ell 1 w of Runnion ave. 

Wilhelm George, teamster, res n e cor Short and Putnam. 

Wilhelm George J, laborer M Baltes, res s s Creighton ave 1 w 
of Hanna. 

Wilhelm John W, laborer W, St L & P Ry, res 82 McClellan. 

Wilhelm Peter, laborer, res 5 Pine. 

Wilkening Caroline (wid Gottlieb), res 135 W Wayne. 

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), res 68 Wilt. 

Wilkens Wm (C Wilkens & Bros), res 14 Wilt. 

Wilkie Mary, domestic 16 Williams. 

Wilkin Herman, laborer, res s e cor Oakland and Aboit. 

Wilkinson Charity (wid Thomas), res 59 Barr. 

Wilkinson Frank, lieutenant city police, res 89 N Cass. 

* Wilkinson James, propr Hedekin House 25 Barr nr Nickel 
Plate passenger depot. 

Wilkinson Michael, watchman Penn Co, bds n w cor Harrison 
and 1st. 

Wilkinson Thomas A, hotel 248 Calhoun. 

Willett Charles, clerk Dreier & Bro, rins n w cor Calhoun and 
Columbia. 

Williams Miss Addie H, teacher Hanna School, res 10*7 La- 
fayette. 

Williams Annie, tailoress N B Young & Co, bds 107 Lafayette. 

Williams Miss Clara, clerk M Frank & Co, bds 107 Lafayette. 

Williams Daniel, inspector Hoffman Bros, res 67 Garden. 

Williams Darius F, brakeman Nickel Plate Ry, res 354 W 
Main. 

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Williams Effingham T (George DeWald & Co), res 132 E Main. 

Williams Frederick, canvasser, bds Racine House. 

Williams Henry M, office s w cor Berry and Clinton, res 102 W 
Wayne. 

Williams James, bartender George Jacobs & Co, res 68 E Main. 

Williams James R (Mitchell & Williams), bds Hedekin House. 

Williams Jeff, bds 199 W Washington. 

Williams Jeremiah, laborer, 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 Joseph H, yardman Nickel Plate Ry, bds Tremont 
House. 

Williams Joshua J, car inspector Penn Co, res 209 Barr. 

Williams J B, supt water tanks Nickel Plate Ry, res 100 W 
Superior. 

Williams Margaret (wid Edward), tailoress, rms 58 E Wayne. 

Williams Mary, dressmaker, bds 107 Lafayette. 

Williams Rev Philemon B, pastor U B Church, res e s Monroe 
3 s of Wallace. 

Williams Samuel, clerk Custer House. 

Williams Wm W, horseshoer H Freistroffer, bds 1 99 W Wash- 
ington. 

Williamson Andrew J, section worker N Y, C & St L Ry, res 
s e cor Wheeler and Runnion ave. 

Williamson Harry, printer The Gazette, bds 126 Harrison. 

Williard Joseph C, trav agent, res 45 Madison. 

Willock Wm, bartender Harmon House. 

Willson Martin S, helper Penn Co, res 87 Madison. 

Willson Miss Mary E, bds 217 W Wayne. 

Willson Oscar J, chief clerk W, St L & P Ry, res 217 W 
Wayne. 

Wilson Alexander, steampipefitter Penn Co, res 139 Fairfield 
ave. 

Wilson Columbus T, barber M Mannweiler, bds 1 Walnut. 

Wilson Eva L (wid John), res 24 Hoffman. 

Wilson Frank D, helper City Carriage Works, bds s e cor 
Hoagland ave and Pontiac. 

Wilson Frank W, chief despatcher G R & I R R, res 76 Brack- 
enridge. 

Wilson Gains (G Wilson & Bro), bds 238 Creighton ave. 

Wilson (George (G Wilson & Bro), res 238 Creighton ave. 

Wilson George C, carpenter, bds s w cor Pontiac and Hoag- 
land ave. 

Wilson George H (George H Wilson & Sons), res 221 W Berry. 

Wilson George H, laborer Penn Co freight depot, res 84 Van 
Buren. 



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Wilson George H & Sons (George H, Nathan A and 

George W), Stoves and House Furnishing Goods 17 E 

Columbia. 
Wilson George W (George H Wilson & Sons), bds 221 W 

Berry. 
Wilson G & Bro (George and Gains), saw repairers s e cor 

Calhoun and Lewis. 
A^^ilson Jacob L, fireman Penn Co, res 288 Calhoun. 
Wilson John (John Wilson & Sons), res 117 Hanna. 
*Wilson John & Sons (John, Walter B and John C)^ 

Dealers in Coal, AVood, Coke and Charcoal cor Clinton and 

Railroad. 
AVilson John C (John AYilson & Sons), res 179)Hanna. 
Wilson John W, teamster D Tagtmeyer, res 8'd Barr. 
Wilson Lulu E (wid Judson C), bds 330 W Jefferson. 
Wilson Nathan A (George H Wilson & Sons), res Cleveland, 

Ohio. 
AVilson Robert J, molder Bass F & M Works, res 5 Julia. 
Wilson Talbot M, clerk Fruit House, bds s e cor Pontiac and 

Hoagland ave. 
Wilson Thomas W, Lawyer 25 P O Building, res s e cor 

Hoagland ave and Pontiac. 
Wilson Walter B (John AVilson & Sons), res 118 Hanna. 
AVilson Wm R, brakeman G R & I R R, bds Fleming House. 
*Wilt Charles D, flour and feed 100 Broadway, res s e cor Van 

Buren and Wilt. 
Wilt Frank P, mngr George Esmond, res 15 Butler. 
Wiman, see also Wiemaii. 

Wiman Anna (wid Butler E), bds 160 E Washington. 
Winbaugh Ashbury H, molder Kerr-Murray Mnfg Co, bds s w 

cor Jenison and Holton ave. 
Winbaugh George W, bookbinder, bds s w cor Jenison and 

Holton ave. 
Winbaugh John F, printer The Journal, bds 1 Holton ave. 
Winch Calvin J, spoke mnfr, res 310 Maumee road. 
AVinck Helena (wid John), res 13 W Wayne. 
*Windsor Hotel, H B Saynor Proprietor, 300 and 302 

Calhoun. {See adv, p 81.) 
AA^ineke, see Wieneke. 

AVineken Ferdinand, clerk, res 7 Monroe. 
Wing J Frank (AYing & Mahurin), res 114 E Berry. 
AVing Michael F, peddler, res n e cor Pontiac and Warsaw. 
*Wing & Malinrin (J Frank AVing, Marshall S Mahurin), 

Architects 27 Calhoun. (See left bottom lines.) 
Wingate John, watchman Penn Co, res 11 Gay. 
Winger AVm H, engineer Penn Co, res 77 Douglas ave. 

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Winget Fremont, fireman Penn Co, res 9 Hood. 

Winget Wm, engineer Penn Co, res 114 W Creighton ave. 

Winkelmeyer Charles, clerk G Neimann, bds 84 W Jefferson. 

Winkelraeyer Henry (Henry Winkelmeyer & Co), res 16 Clay. 

*Winkelnieyer Henry & Co (Henry Winkelmeyer), 
Livery, Sale and Boarding Stable cor Clinton st and 
Nickel Plate Ry. {See adv, p 81.) 

Winklemeyer Wm F, molder, res 84 W Jefferson. 

Winkler Charles, laborer Penn Co freight depot, bds 80 Mont- 
gomery. 

Winkler Charles, laborer, res w s Walton ave 2 s of E Lewis. 

Winn Patrick, fireman Penn Co, res 27 Baker. 

Winslow Charles (col'd), barber D Kidley, bds 70 Chicago. 

Winte John D, car inspector Penn Co, res 342 S Calhoun. 

Winter Bernhardt, laborer, res 35 St Martin's. 

Winter Frederick, saloon 213 Lafayette, res same. 

Winter Lfto, helper Penn Co, bds 262 Calhoun. 

Winters Catherine, domestic 73 W Main. 

Wirges Peter, helper Bass F & M Works, res 69 Buchanan. 

Wirsche Peter,, res 174 Jackson. 

Wirsche Verona, starcher Troy Steam Laundry, res 174 Jack- 
son. 

Wisbaker George, clerk F Schmueckle, bds 10 E Berry. 

Wise, see also Weis. 

Wise Emanuel, peddler, res 72 Maumee road. 

Wise Frank E, bookbeeper J P Tinkham, bds 228 W Berry. 

Wise Isaac B (Wm Wise & Bro), tankbuilder Penn Co, res 
13 Smith. 

Wise Piatt J, Deputy Sheriff, res 228 W Berry. 

Wise Wm (Wm Wise & Bro), bds 13 Smith. 

Wise Wm & Bro (Wm and Isaac B), blacksmiths 363 S Cal- 
houn. 

Wiseman, see also Weis7nan. 

Wiseman Frank, stripper J C Eckert, bds 100 Union. 

Wiseman Isaac L, lawyer 80 Calhoun, res 49 Riverside ave. 

Wiseman Mary (wid Peter J), res 100 Union. 

Wisham Frank, cook Windsor Hotel. 

Wishart Robert, helper W, St L & P Ry, res 166 W De- 
Wald. 

Wiskner Mary, domestic, res 134 E Washington. 

Wisner Jacob, laborer, bds 112 Creighton ave. 

Wisner Nicholas, res 112 Creighton ave. 

Wisner Nicholas jr, laborer, bds 112 Creighton ave. 

Wiss, see Weiss and Wiese. 

Wist, see Wiest. . ■ ■* 

Wittbrock Henry, helper Bass F & M Works, bds 42 Melita. 

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FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 429 

Witte Christian, laborer, bds 203 E Washington. 

Witte Christian H, tailor J G Thieme & Bro, res 77 Maumee 
road. 

Witte Christopher, carpenter, res 27 Charles. 

Witte Clara (wid Louis), res 203 E Washington. 

Witte Frank, laborer W, St L & P Ry, res 49 Locust. 

Witte Frederick, teamster Olds' Wagon Works, res cor Force 
and Pontiac. 

Witte Frederick, spoke inspector Olds' Wagon Works, bds 203 
E Washington, 

Witte Henry, laborer, res 179 Gay. 

Witte Henry, laborer Hoffman Bros, bds 23 Pritchard 

Witte Henry, molder Bass F & M Works, res 37 Force. 

Witte Lena C, domestic 253 W Berry. 

Witte Louis, molder Bass F & M Works, res 130 John. 

Witte Wm, laborer Hoffman Bros, res 23 Pritchard. 

Wittemeier Frank, spinner French, Hanna & Co, res 67 Wilt. 

Witwer John W, fireman Penn Co, res 97 Buchanan. 

Wizigereuter Max, painter City Carriage Works, bds 49 W 
Main. 

Wobrock Oscar, barber 10 W Berry, rms same. 

Woebbeking Conrad, carpenter W, St L & P Ry, res 195 
Broadway. 

Woebbeking Wm, res 195 Broadway. 

Woebbeking Wm E, clerk, bds 195 Broadway. 

Woebke Henry, grocer 96 Barr, res 92 same. 

Woebking Christian, res 30 Lavina. 

Woefel Jacob, laborer, bds 91 E Washington. 

Woehnker Bernard, carpenter, bds 21 Oak. 

Woehnker Christian, laborer, res 21 Oak. 

Woehnker Frank, shoemaker B H Schnieders, bds 193 Barr. 

Woehnker Frank H, Grocer and Saloon 105 Maumee 
road, res 103 same. 

Woehnker Frederick H, lime dealer, res 209 E Washington. 

Woehnker Frederick H, poundmaster, bds 422 E Washington. 

Woehnker Harmon, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 205 E 
Washington. 

Woehnker John B, teamster, res 209 E Washington. 

Woehnker Wm, miller J B Monning & Co, res 209 E Wash- 
ington. 

Woehr Frederick, sawyer George Roberts, res 393 W Main. 

Woehr Henry, laborer Horton Mnfg Co, res 393 W Main. 

Wohlfort Miss Martha E, teacher Hanna School, bds 389 Cal- 
houn. 

Wolf, see also Woulfe, 

Wolf Abraham, res 73 W Main. 

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Wolf Charles, clerk P J Tomkins, bds Racine House. 

Wolf Daniel H, carpenter, res e of White's Wheel Works. 

Wolf David F, brakeman Nickel Plate Ry, res 384 W Main. 

Wolf Dorothy (wid Christian), res 18 Nirdlinger ave. 

Wolf Frederick, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 281 E Wash- 
ington. 

Wolf F F, conductor Nickel Plate Ry, bds Nickel Plate Hotel. 

Wolf H & Co (Hermann Wolf), Engravers 7 E Main, bds 
Custer House. (See adv under Migravers hi classijied.) 

Wolf John A, laborer White's Wheel Works, res nr Nickel 
Plate depot. 

Wolf Katie, domestic 96 E Wayne. 

Wolf Leopold, meat market 189 Broadway, res 170 George. 

Wolf Lizzie, domestic 15 W Washington. 

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 M Koch, bds 73 W Main. 

Wolf Michael, laborer, res 281 E Washington. 

Wolf Paul E, mnfr upholstered furniture 33 and 35 Clinton, 
res 23 Madison. 

Wolf Samuel, clerk city clerk, bds 73 W Main. 

Wolf Victor, clerk Louis Wolf & Co, bds 204 W Berry. 

Wolfe Charles H, brakeman Penn Co, res 11 W Jefferson. 

Wolfe Mrs Frederica, res 23 Nirdlinger ave. 

Wolfe Frederick E, conductor N Y, C & St L Ry, bds Nickel 
Plate Hotel. 

Wolfe Henry R, machinist W, St L & P Ry, bds 164 Broad- 
way. 

Wolfe John, weaver French, Hanna & Co, res 16 Union. 

Wolfe John W, brakeman Penn Co, res e s Euclid ave 4 s of 
Creighton ave 

Wolfe Samuel, clerk G H Wilson & Sons, res 139 Montgomery. 

Wolff Bertha, domestic Concordia College. 

Wolff Henry, shoemaker 6 1 Wells, res same. 

Wolford Emma, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 408 Hanna. 

Wolford Wm A, machinist Penn Co, res 408 Hanna. 

Wolfrum Adam, carpenter, res w s Spy Run ave 1 n of bridge. 

Wolfrum John, res 24 Locust. 

Wolfrum John jr, bds 24 Locust. 

Wolfrum Leopold, butcher Leopold Wolf, res 309 Broadway. 

Wolke Block, s w cor Calhoun and Wayne. 

Wolke Ferdinand, laborer, bds 16 Union. 

Wolke Francis H, bookkeeper C L Centlivre, res 15 Clay. 

Wolke Frederick A, carpenter J McMullen, res 59 Force. 

Wolke Wm, carpenter, bds 9 Jones. 



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FORT "WAYNE DIRECTORY. 431 

Wollank Ernest M, A M, teacher of Latin, Greek, German and 

French The Ft Wayne College, res 307 W Washington. 
Wollert Joseph, laborer, bds 147 High. 

Wollert Rudolph, car repairer W, St L & P Ry, res 147 High. 
Wood Edward B, traveling agent Coombs & Co, bds 239 W 

Berry. 
Wood Frank C, clerk Coombs & Co, bds 337 W Jefferson. 
Wood Hester A (wid George W), res 50 W Superior. 
Wood Isaac A, machinist, res 84 Chicago. 
Wood John, laborer, res w s Hanna 2 n of Pontiac. 
Wood John, machinist W, St L & P Ry, bds 59 Wilt. 
Wood Joseph, engineer W, St L & P Ry, res 59 Wilt. 
Wood Joseph, superintendent motive power Penn Co, res 109 

W Berry. 
Wood Miss Laura, bds 59 Wilt. 
Wood Walter C, traveling agent Coombs & Co, res Blooming - 

ton. Ills. 
Woodman Catherine R, music teacher, bds 103 W Berry. 
Woodman Miss Elizabeth C, teacher Central Grammar School, 

bds 103 W Berry. 
Woodruff Ellen (wid Samuel), bds 34 Hood. 
Woods Maggie, domestic 327 Hanna. 
Woods Miss Margaret, dressmaker, res 55 E Main. 
Woodwai'd Caroline M (wid Wm), res 50 Superior. 
Woodward Charles E, clerk Pixley & Co, bds 25 Clay. 
Woodward Edwin S, civil engineer, bds 134 E Main. 
Woodward Mrs Jennie S, teacher Clay School, res 134 EMain. 
Woodward Marcus E, clerk Pixley & Co, res 134 E Main. 
Woodworth Alonzo L, blacksmith Penn Co, res 38 Lillie. 
*Woodworth Benjamin S, physician 234 W Berry, res same. 
*Woodworth Charles B, president Fort Wayne City Bill Post- 
ing Co (C B Woodworth & Co and Woodworth & Bond), 

res 254 W Wayne. 
*Woodworth C B & Co (Charles B Woodworth, Henry 

J Seibold), Druggists 1 AveHne House Block. 
Woodworth Dorris A, deputy postmaster, res 260 W Berry. 
Woodworth James, laborer Penn Co, bds 26 Melita. 
Woodworth James C, asst cashier-The Old National Bank, res 

224 W Wayne. 
Woodworth John, bds 38 Lillie. 
Woodworth Miss Mary, teacher, bds 26 Melita. 
Woodworth Mary (wid James), res 26 Melita. 
Woodworth & Bond (Charles B Woodworth, Hugh M Bond), 

dental supplies 75 Calhoun. 
Wooff Joseph F, machinist Penn Co, res 15 Holman. 
Woolman J Charles, blacksmith, bds 39 E 2d. 

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Woolsey Hiram P, rim inspector N G Olds & Sons, res 88 E 
Lewis. 

Woolsey Isaac B, shaver N G Olds & Sons, res 161 Webster. 

Word en Annie (wid James L), res 97 E Jefferson. 

Worden Charles H, lawyer 34 E Berry, res 97 E Jefferson. 

Worden Harry L, deputy county auditor, bds 97 E Jeffei'son. 

Worden John W, res n s E Wayne 1 w of Glasgow ave, 

Worden Seymour, bookkeeper, rms 115 Barr. 

Work Robert, farmer, res 340 W Jefferson. 

Workman, see WerJcmann. 

World The (weekly), W D G Bond proprietor, 24 Clinton. 

Worley John, conductor N Y, C & St L Ry, res Bellevue, O. 

Worley Richard H, carpenter 59 W DeWald, res same. 

Worman Jacob, engineer Penn Co, res 143 Force. 

Worman Samuel O, laborer, bds 143 Force. 

Worry, see Wery and Whery. 

Wort Charles E, clerk, bds 122 E Main. 

Wort John M, foreman F W Gas Light Co, res 122 E Main. 

*Worthington Wm W, General Superintendent F W, C 
& L R R, res 208 W Berry. 

Worts Elizabeth, domestic 273 Hanna. 

Woulfe, see also Wolf. 

Woulfe August, laborer, bds 112 St Mary's ave. 

Woulfe Frank J, clerk W, St L & P Ry, bds 36 Melita. 

Woulfe James (J Woulfe & Bro), 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. 

Wren Joseph, farmer, res 233 Wells. 

Wright, see also Reidt. 

Wright Daniel, watchman Ft Wayne Organ Co, res e s Indi- 
ana ave s of limits. 

Wright Delbert, finisher N G Olds & Sons, bds Daniel Wright. 

Wright Emma, cook Oliver House. 

Wright Frances (wid Wm), res 70 Williams. 

Wright Frank F, fireman Penn Co, res 13 McClellan. 

Wright James, gardener, res w s Indiana s of limits. 

Wright Luther, watchman W, St L & PRy, res 41 Lavina. 

Wright Milton C, engineer Penn Co, res 330 Calhoun. 

Wright Wm U, machine hand Ft Wayne Organ Co, res 183 
Fairfield ave. 

Wulow Frederick, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 169 Smith. 

Wunderlin Magdalene (wid Peter), res 59 Archer ave. 

Wunderlin Peter, laborer, bds 59 Archer ave. 

Wunderlin Wm, laborer Weil Bros & Co, res 59 Archer ave. 

Wurges, see Werges. 

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FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 433 

Wurtle Wm G, machinist Penn Co, res 4 W Creighton ave. 
Wyatt Miss Ella, overalhnaker D S Redelsheimer & Co, bds 38 

Marion. 
Wyatt Henry M, meatmarket 42 E Columbia, res cor 3d and 

Marion, 
Wyatta Ida, seamstress, bds 38 Marion, 

Wyckoff Oren C (Griebel, Wyckoff & Becker), res 153 W Main. 
Wycliffe John, farmer, res 227 Barr, 
Wygralak John, laborer Wra Moellering, res e s Lafayette s 

of Pontiac. 
Wyneken Ferdinand, clerk Charles Reese, res 7 Monroe. 
VVymaii, see Wiemati and Wiman. 
Wyss, see Weiss. 



Xaver Joseph M, blacksmith, bds Nagel Xaver, 

Xaver Nagel, wagonmaker, res e s Wells 2 n of canal feeder. 



Yahn, see Jahn. 

Yarnelle Edward F (Alderman & Yarnelle), res 312 E Jef- 
ferson. 

Yates Miss Ida, laundress, bds 126 Williams. 

Yates Mary (wid John), res 126 Williams. 

Yates Wm, engineer W, St L & P Ry, res 322 S Broadway. 

Yeager, see also Jaec/er. 

Yeager August, laborer, res 93 Franklin ave. 

Yeager Christine, cook 151 W Berry. 

Yeager George O, clerk, rms 72 E Main. 

Yeager Jacob, laborer, res 44 Hoagland ave, 

Yeiser Elan N, yardmaster Nickel Plate Ry, res 63 W Superior. 

Yenney Mrs Mary, res 86 Barr. 

Yenney Robert, laborer N G Olds & Sons, bds 86 Barr. 

Yergens Gustav H, foreman Wm Yergens jr, res 96 W Wash- 
ington. 

Yergens Wm (Ranke & Yergens), res 87 W Washington. 

Yergens Wm, machinist W, St L& P Ry, bds 32 Lavina. 

Yergens Wm jr, wall paper 136 Broadway, res 70 W Wash- 
ington, 

Yerick Edward H, engineer L S & M S Ry, res 5 N" Calhoun. 

Yerick Frederick, engineer F W, C & L R R, bds 5 N Calhoun. 

Yerps Louis, butcher, bds 46 W Berry. 

Yetter Eli C (Chausse & Yetter), res 35 E Main. 

Yoast Charles, brakeman Penn Co, res 202 Hanna. 

Yobst, see also Jobst. 

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Yobst Alexander, laborer, res 39 W 4th. 

Yobst Bruno, cooper 85 N Cass, res same. 

Yobst Henry, laborer, bds 39 W 4th. 

Yobst Louis, raeatmarket 246 Calhoun, res same. 

Yocuni Mrs Fidelia A, laundress Darrow Hotel. 

Yocuni Louise, chambermaid Tremont House. 

Yocum Rev Wilbur F, D D, President The Fort Wayne 
College, res same. 

*Yohey Joseph M, paper dealer 32 E Main, res 19 Miner. 

Yohn, see Jahn. 

Yokel Annie, domestic 224 W Main, 

Yokel Matthias, stonemason, res 32 W DeWald. 

York Sarah A (wid C P), res 21 Melita. 

You Adolph J, engineer N Y, C & St L Ry, res 174 Greeley. 

Yost, see Yoast. 

Young Ann (wid John), bds 122 Williams. 

Young Charles A, carpenter Pressler & Wagner, res 80 Oakley. 

Young Elizabeth (wid John), domestic 6 Kansas. 

Young Frank A, molder Bass F & M Works, bds 192 Griffith. 

Young Jesse H, clerk Registered Letter Department P O, bds 
191 E Berry. 

Young John, conductor Penn Co, res 62 Chicago. 

Young John, laborer, res w s St Mary's ave 2 s of Spring. 

Young John, laborer, res s s W Main 2wofGR&IRR. 

Young John B, cigars and tobacco 192 Griffith, res same. 

Young John T, engineer F W, C & L R R, res 36 E 4th. 

Young Louis, laborer Penn Co freight depot, res 102 Taylor. 

Young Louis, well driver, res 58 W 3d. 

Young Lucinda (wid Michael), bds 245 Webster. 

Young Mary M (Young & Co), res 220 W Washington. 

Young Men's Christian Association (Railroad De- 
partment), D F More General Secretary 245 Calhoun. 

Young Nathaniel B, clerk Young & Co, res 220 W Washington. 

Young Ransom H (col'd), brakeman Penn Co, bds 58 Chicago. 

Young Stephen, laborer, res n s Howell 1 e of Rumsey. 

Young Wm, blacksmith, res 122 Butler. 

Young Wm C, marble worker, res 171 W Washington. 

Young Wm G, mngr Peters Box & Lumber Co warerooms, res 
188 Ewing. 

Young Wm H, carpenter, bds w s St Mary's ave 2 s of Spring. 

Young & Co (Mary M Young), merchant tailors 27 E Main. 

Younge John W, physician 167 E Jefferson, res 182 same. 

Youngker Charles, laborer W, St L & P Ry, res 37 Bass. 

Youngker George W, painter L O Hull, res 101 Summit. 

Youngker Isaac C, laborer W, St L & P Ry, res 37 Bass. 

Youtz Conrad, carpenter, res 53 W Jefferson. 



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Zagel Andrew, teacher Zion Lutheran School, res 414 Hanna. 

Zahn Catherine (wid Andrew), res 27 Erie. 

Zahn Elizabeth, milliner, res 27 Erie. 

Zahn Mathias, helper Kerr-Murray Mnfg Co, res 241 E Jeffer- 
son. 

Zander Fredericka (wid Welmer), bds 333 E Washington. 

Zander Traugott C L, cutter Young & Co, res 333 E Wash- 
ington. 

Zauner Amelia, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 35 Force. 

Zauner Henry M, machinist Bass F & M Works, bds 35 Force. 

Zauner Matthias, engineer Bass F & M Works, res 35 Force. 

Zcwick Martha, domestic 235 W Main. 

Zeh Wm H, tinner W, St L & P Ry, bds 231 Barr. 

Zeigenf elder Mrs Mary, housekeeper 259 E Washington. 

Zek'jaf Ludwig, laborer, res 74 Barthold. 

Zekind Dora (wid Charles), bds 72 W Jefferson 

Zekind Joseph S (J S Zekind & Co), rms 18 W Columbia. 

Zekind J S & Co (J S Zekind, W M Ross, W C McCon- 
nell), Printers, Rooms 5 and 6 over 18 W Columbia. {See 
adv, p 91.) 

Zeller Killean, brewer C L Centlivre, res nr brewery. 

Zellers Wm, spokedriver N G Olds & Sons, res 56 Charles. 

Zent John F, tinner G W Seavey, bds 60 Clinton. 

Zeperling Christian, laborer Bass F & M Works, res 138 John. 

Zern Gregory, clerk J Zern, bds 342 Hanna. 

Zern Justina (wid Xavier), grocery and saloon 342 Hanna, res 
same. 

Ziegler Adam, helper Bass F & M Works, bds 113 Wilt. 

Ziegler Adam G, wagonmaker J A Spereisen, res 113 Wilt. 

Zeigler Charles, brakeman N Y, C & St L Ry, bds Pennsyl- 
vania House. 

Ziegler Charles, clerk Wra Yergens ]v, bds 113 Wilt. 

Ziegler Frederick, saw filer N G Olds & Sons, bds 113 Wilt. 

Ziemendorff Frederick, cement walks, res n s Wagner 1 e of 
Spy Run ave. 

Zimmer John G, carpet layer L Wolf & Co, res 33 Fox. 

Zimmerly Frederick J, machinist Penn Co, bds 78 Dawson. 

Zimmerly John W, painter Penn Co, res 78 Dawson. 

Zimmerly Wm A, printer Indiana Staats Zeitung, res 145 
Griffith. 

Zimmerman Anton, shoemaker 40 Pritchard, res same. 

Zimmerman August, engineer F W, C & L R R, res Cedar 
Grove, Ind. 

Zimmerman Frank E, clerk L Wolf & Co, res 77 Baker, 

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Zimmerman Frank L, clerk, bds 77 Baker, 

Zimmerman Jacob, iceman, res 63 E Superior. 

Zimmerman J F Oscar, clerk W Jacobs & Son, bds 77 Baker. 

Zimmerman Louisa, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 77 Baker. 

Zimmerman Mary, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 77 Baker. 

Zimmerman Minnie, seamstress Hoosier Mnfg Co, bds 77 Baker. 

Zimmermann Anthony, res 57 E Main. 

Zimmermann Charles, druggist 202 Broadway, res same, 

Zimmermann Eberhart, shoemaker G A Hermsdorfer, res 289 

W Jefferson. 
Zimmermann John, spoke selecter White's Wheel Works, res 

White's addition. 
Zimmermann Martin S, machine hand N G Olds & Sons, res 76 

Taylor, 
Zimmermann Stephen, shoemaker 141 Wells, res same. 
Zink John W, painter 120 Samuel, res same, 
Zitzman John G, engineer, res 108 High. 
Zoeller Roman (Zoeller & Merz), res 370 Calhoun. 
Zoeller & Merz (Roman ^Zoeller, Louis Merz), grocers 370 S 

Calhoun. 
ZollarsHon Allen, Judge Supreme Court, res 17 Brackenridge. 
Zollars Louis, hostler H A Reed, bds 18 Maiden Lane. 
Zoller George, bartender J Draken, bds Bloomingdale. 
Zoller Lizzie, bds 79 W Jefferson. 

Zollinger Charles, helper W, St L & P Ry, bds 73 Grand. 
Zollinger Charles A, res 82 E Washington, 
Zollinger Louis C, blacksmith 11 E Superior, res same. 
Zollinger Morris, chief engineer water works, res s e cor Barr 

and 7th. 
Zuber Frederick, driver, res 15 Monroe, 
Zuber Heronemus, plasterer, res 89 Maumee road, 
Zuber Nicholas, plasterer, res n e cor Maumee road and Com- 

paret. 
Zuber Wra, laborer J A Koehler, res w "s Piqua ave 2 s of Ru- 

disill ave. 
Zucker Frederick, teacher Concordia College, res 49 Walter. 
Zurbuch Anthony, brakeman Penn Co, bds s w cor Pontiac and 

Webster. 
Zurbuch Frank X, laborer, IkIs s w cor Pontiac and Webster. 
Zurbuch Henry A, clerk L Wolf & Co, bds cor Webster and 

Pontiac. 
Zui'buch John, laborer, res s w cor Pontiac and Webster, 
Zurbuch .Joseph, blacksmitli J A Spereisen, res 114 Butler. 
Zurliiu-li Xavier, laborer, res s w cor Pontiac and Webster. 
ZurMuehleu Henry, clerk H N Ward, res 68 W Washington. 
Zwahlen Frank, laborer, r*'S 254 E Lewis. 

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Beauty and Durability 



R. L. POLK & OO.'S 

FORT WAY5E DIRECTORY 

1885-86. 



CLASSIFIED BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Names appearing under headings marked thus * are only in- 
serted when specially contracted for. 



ABSTRACTS OP TITLE. 



Jones G W, 75^ Calhoun. 
Kuline & Co, 19 Court. 



AGRICULTUIIAL IMPLEMENTS. 

{See also -Plow Mnfrs.) 

Alderman D, 10 W Columbia, 

Edgerton J K, 57 W Main. 

Gause Wm, 59 E Columbia. 

Horton Mnfg Co, n w cor Main and Osage. 

Houser J A, 47 E Columbia. 

Mitchell & Williams, 71 E Columbia. 

Morg-an & Beach, 19 and 21 E Columbia. 

Paulus F D, 58 E Columbia. 

PfeifFer & Schlatter, 38 and 40 E Columbia. 

Shordon Daniel, 63 E Columbia. 

Westenfeld & Bro, 67 E Columbia. 



AMUSEMENT— PLACES OP. 

Academy of Music, w s Berry bet Barr and Clinton. 



Marble Clocks, Opera Btoes anil Spectadssi 



Of every description of 

my own Importation. — 

O. eRAFFE, comer 

Calhoun & Columbia Sts. 



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ALE AND BEER BOTTLERS. 

See JBottlers. 



ARCHITECTS. 

Matson H W, Burgess Block 32 E Main. {See front cover.) 

Tolan B S, 8 w cor Calhoun and Main. 

Wing & Mahurin, 27 Calhoun. {See left bottom lines.) 

ARTISTS' MATERIALS. 

Hull Jj O, 90 Calhoun. {See right top lines.) 
Keil & Bro, 56 Calhoun. 



ASHERIES. 

See Potash Mnfrs. 



ATTORNEYS AT LAW. 

See Laioyers. 



AUCTIONEERS. 
Stapleford L P, s e cor Lafayette and Columbia. 



AUXILIARY PUBLISHERS. 

iNewspaper Union The, 57 E Columbia. 



AWNINGS AND TENTS. 



Stewart W H, 86 Oakley. 
Wolf P E, 33 and 35 Clinton. 



BAKERS AND CONFECTIONERS. 

{See also Fruits and Confectionery^ 

Bastian & Co, 88 Barr. 
Blase Wilhelmina, 29 W Columbia. 
Braun George, 135 Fairfield ave. 
Burger Louis, 199 Lafayette. 
Fox Louis, 100 Calhoun. 
Ganser Jacob, 53 Wells. 
Geller Wm F, 106 Broadway. 
Glaser E F, 195 Hanna. 
Gumpper C C, 238 Calhoun. 
Hoffner Christian, 37 W Berry. 
Jacobs C W, 62 E Main. 
Langohr A J, 142 Broadway. 
Markey & Mungovan, 284 Calhoun. 

A T3 HTTTTl^l^'PC! ^U classes of BUILDING 

jn.£\«UXLJLl £jViU. and SANITARY WORK. 

J 27 CALHOUN ST., PORT "WAYNE, IND. 



The PENN MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Leads in Financial Strength. 
Large Assets are not the true test of the solvency of a Life Company, but the Ratio of Assets to 
Liabilities shows its Relatire Strength. The PENN Mutal has 8128 of Assets for.every $100 of Liabil- 
ities. Its Policies are Incontestible. CLARK F AIRBAJN K, General Agent, Fort Wajne, Ind. 

FOET WAYNE DIRECTOKY. 439 

Niebergall Henry, 201 E Washington. 
Getting Wm, 362 S Calhoun, 
Schwieters J H, 41 E Columbia. 
Waltemath C H, 325 Lafayette. 



BAKING POWDER MNPRS. 
Monning J B & Co, 73 and 75 E Columbia. 



BAND SAW MILLS. 

Hoffman J R & Co, 200 W Main. {See adv, opp p 218.) 
Peters Box & Lumber Co, 79 High. {See adv, hack fly.) 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

First National Banlt, cor Main and Court. {See left 

top lines and p 93.) 
Hamilton National Bank The, 44 Calhoun. 
Lauf^rty Isaac, 3 Aveline House Block. 
Nuttman & Co, 32 E Main. 
Old National Bank The, s w cor Main and Clinton. 



BAR GOODS. 
Kaag & Bro, 5 E Columbia. {See left bottom lines.) 



BARBERS. 

Bass Alfred (col'd), 48 E Columbia. 

Beninghoff & Munich, rear Harmon House. 

Butler James, 150^ Broadway. 

Carr Joseph, w s Harrison 1 n of Robinson House. 

Ehrmann & Geller, 12 W Main. 

Ellert Benoit, 1 Aveline House Block. 

English W H, 28 Force. 

Fink A E, 65 E Main. 

Fox Christian, 82 Barr. 

Futter & Rhodes, 12 E Berry. 

Geiger J J, 128 E Washington. 

Gloeckle John, 130 Calhoun. 

Guenther Henry, 318 E Washington. 

Herbst OP, 318 Lafayette. 

Hubbard Sidney, 17 W Columbia. 

Jully Louis, 243^ Calhoun. 

Kiefhaber F J, 185 Broadway. 

Lauer John, 154 Barr. 

Mannweiler M E F, 1 Walnut. 

Ostman Charles, 5 Grand. 

Rszors snd ShBsrS) keystone block.* 



Geo. De Wald & Co. "^^^^-^^^'-^^^^^^^st 



Dry &oods House in the City. 



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Pegg LB, 138 Broadway. 
Peters S J R, 125 Calhoun. 
Ridley Daniel, 52 Barr. 
Ridley J R (col'd), 32 E Columbia. 
Riehl Frank, 312 W Main. 
Rolson Dell, 272 Calhoun. 
Rotholl Theodore, 270 Calhoun. 
Shidel & Heldt, 81 Calhoun. 
Stier G A, 169 Lafayette. 
Tritsehler F, 44 W Main. 
Uplegger Lewis, 45 Wells. 
Walter Jacob, 91 Calhoun, 
Wobrock Oscar, 10 W Berry. 



BARBERS' SUPPLIES. 
Thieme T F, 94 Calhoun. 

BATHS— MEDICATED. 

Virgil T S, 70 Harrison. 



*BELTING AND PACKING. 
Nolton T J & Co, 22 Calhoun. {See right bottom Imes.) 
Morgan & Beach, 19 and 21 E Columbia. 



BICYCLES AND TRICYCLES. 
Edgerton C W, 57 W Main. 

BILL POSTERS. 

Fletcher City Bill Posting Co, s s E Berry next Journal office. 
Fort Wayne City Bill Posting Co, 5 Aveline House Block. 

BILLIARD HALLS. 

Boltz&Beebe, 83 Calhoun. 
Certia Peter, 70 Calhoun. 
Crystal Billiard Hall, 242 Calhoun. 
McCain J H, rear 20 and 22 W Berry. 
Schiemer Frank, 264 Calhoun. 



*BIRCH BEER MNPRS. 
Brames L & Co, 29 and 31 Barr. {See ado, p 7.) 

*BIRD CAGES. 
Nolton T J & Co, 22 Calhoun. {See right bottom lines.) 



Kaag 



&Bro. 



Sell all kinds of Looking Glasses 
at No. 5 East Columbia Street. 



L^^ TTTTT T ^ixed Paints ready for 
• V-/. XX U XjJ^, use, at 90 Calhoun St. 

FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 441 

BLACK WALNUT LUMBER. 

{See also Lumber Dealers.) 

Hoffman Bros, 200 W Main. {See adv, opp p 218.) 
Peters Box & Lumber Co, V9 High. {See adv, back fly.) 

BLACKSMITHS. 

{See also Carriage and Wago7iniakers, also Horseshoers.) 

Becker Fred & Bro, 13 E Washington. {See adv, p 85.) 

Biemer George, 3 to 7 Clay. 

Brossard & Hahn, 146 W Main. 

Ehrmann Charles, 149 W Main. 

Fogerty Edward, 16 Harrison. 

Freistroffer Henry, 41 W Main. 

Harter Joseph, 170 W Main. 

Lauer Martin, 46 W Main. 

Meyer Frank H, 10 Calhoun. 

Rosener H F W, s w cor Taylor and Broadway. 

Schwartz Louis, 84 Bar. 

Sovine S H, w s Plum 1 n of Superior. 

Spereisen J A, 165 Fairfield ave. 

Veith Frank, n e cor E Superior and Barr. 

Vizard Anthony, s e cor Lafayette and Columbia. 

Zollinger L C, 11 E Superior. 



*BLACKSMITHS' TOOLS. 

Alderman & Yarnelle, 54 and 56 E Columbia. 

Coombs & Co, s e cor Main and Clinton. 



BLEACHERS AND PRESSERS. 

Sheldon C H, 57 Clinton. 



BLUEING MNPRS. 

Hull Sylvester, 68 Columbia. 



BOARDING HOUSES. 

Erhardt Leonard, 74 Barr. 
Grafmiller Miss L, 196 Calhoun. 
Granger Mrs P, 16 Brackenridge. 
Henscil A G, 43^ E Columbia. 
Johnson Uriah, 245 Calhoun. 
Kintz Mrs P, n w cor N Harrison and 4th. 
Koehlinger Peter, 225 Calhoun. 
Leifels J J, 231 Barr. 

^H.C.SITES,82 CALHOUN STREET 



First National Bank. 5?p"?4_* ."-pius. 



$375,000. 



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McCrimmon Mrs AG, 126 Harrison. 

McDonald Mrs Mary, 292 Calhoun. 

Monroe Mrs Elizabeth, 12 Chicago. 

O'Sullivan Eugene, 2 Thomas. 

Patterson R B, 30 Baker. 

Richardson Mrs Hannah, 309 W Jefferson. ^ 

Seybert Mrs Mary, 106 Barr. 

BOILER MNPRS. 

Bass Foundry & Machine Works, Hanna s of railroad crossing. 
Fort Wayne Iron Works, s e cor W Superior and Harrison. 
Kerr-Murray Mnfg Co, n e cor Calhoun and Murray. 

BOOK BINDERS AND BLANK BOOK MNPRS. 

Davis & Bro, 28 and 30 E Main. 

Fort Wayne Gazette, 30 W Berry. (See adv, oppp 238.) 
Fort Wayne Sentinel, 1 07 Calhoun. {See adv, p 71.) 
Geiger C J,* 125 E Jefferson. 

BOOKS AND STATIONERY. 

Jocquel J J, 168 Calhoun. 

Keel AC, 139 Broadway. 

Kehler D B, 4 Aveline House Block. 

Keil & Bro, 56 Calhoun. 

Schneider Wra, 146 Calhoun. 

Siemon & Bro, 50 Calhoun. {See back cover.) 

Stockbridge N P, 15 E Columbia. 

BOOT AND SHOEMAKERS. 

Albrecht John, 138-^ Broadway. 

Austin A W, 133 Broadway. 

Bauer Henry, 321 Lafayette. 

Baumann John, 374 S Calhoun. 

Baur Joseph, 265 Hanna. 

Begley Hugh, 58 Wells. 

Brinkroeger Frederick, 43 W Main. 

Busking Conrad, 90 Harmer. 

Carnahan, Hanna & Co, 76 to 80 Clinton. 

Eggemann Peter, 118 Calhoun. 

Etzold J H, 110 Webster. 

Forrest James, 88^ Barr. 

Fortriede Louis, 21 Calhoun. {See back cover.) 

Frohmuth John, 93 Buchanan. 

Geye Henry, 424 E Wayne. 

Habel Andrew, 172 Taylor. 

T A^ I J 50 PEARL ST., is constantly 

I roy Meam Laundry, ^^ti^^iS^^ts'o. 



tlnr TIM TVDCC go to Hamilton Art Gallery, S.E. 
rUI I 111" I I iLO cor. Calhouu and Columbia Sts. 

FORT WATNB DIEBCTOKY. 443 

Heilbroner S A, 27 Pearl. 
Henry Jacob, 271 Calhoun. 
Henze Wm, 110 Wells. 
Huser L P, 178^ Broadway. 
Jacobs W & Son, 17 Calhoun. 
Klug Gregor, 194 Hanna. 
Leeser C G, 191 Broadway. 
Lerch Joseph, 127 Fairfield ave. 
Lordier Philip, 37 Baker. 
McNulty & Co, 217 Lafayette. 
Mannix Thomas, 231 Calhoun. 
Neher Joseph, 1 2 Francis. 
Nix Valentine, 80 E Jefferson, 
Nestel A G, 113 E Lewis. 
Pisano Martin, 108 Harrison. 
Puff C B, 338 Hanna. 
Roebel Gustav, 80 Fairfield ave. 
Schiefer C & Son, 8 E Columbia. 
Schnieders B H, 181 Calhoun. 
Spriegel Gustav, 132 Broadway. 
Stellhorn Charles, 146 Calhoun. 
Umstead H D, 287 Calhoun. 
Walter J A, 19 W Berry. 
Wieneke F, 283 W Main. 
Wolff Henry, 61 Wells. 
Zimmerman Anton, 40 Pritchard. 
Zimmermann Stephen, 141 Wells. 



BOOT AND SHOE UPPER MNFRS. 
Boerger G W, 39^E Main. 



BOOTS AND SHOES. 

Wholesale. 

Carnahan, Hanna & Co, 76 to 80 Clinton. 

Metail. 

App Matthias, 106 Calhoun. 

Brauer Conrad, 32 W Main. 

Basking Conrad, 90 Harmer. 

Fleming W H, 52 Calhoun, (See front cover.) 

Fortriede Louis, 21 Calhoun. {See back cover.) 

Hermsdorfer G A, 4 E Columbia. 

Higgs E D, 16 Calhoun. 

Jacobs W & Son, 17 Calhoun. 



Builders' Hardware 



T. J. NOLTON & CO. 
KEYSTONE BLOCK. 



Colorei Silh at Low Prices, at h lis Mi li Wi 

444 E. L. POLK & CO.'S 

Klug Gregor, 194 Hanna. 
Mommer Joseph jr, 76 Calhoun. 
Noll M & Son, 22 Clinton. 
Nonnamaker & Schleyer, 20 Calhoun. 
Pipenbrink C D, 36 E Columbia. 
Redlich H & J, 19 Calhoun. 
Schiefer C & Son, 8 E Columbia. 
Spriegel Gustav, 132 Broadway. 
Vordermark E & Sons, 32 Calhoun. 



BOTTLING WORKS. 

{See also Ale and Beer Bottlers; also Mineral Water Manu- 
facturers.) 

Berglioff Bros, s e cor Washington and Wabash ave. 
Centlivre C L, n end Spy Run ave. {/See adv,p 6.) 
Glutting & Christen, 34 E Columbia. 
Hake F & Co, 18 to 28 Wells. {See adv, opp inside front 

cover.) 
Hey A A, 232 W Main. {See adv,p 83.) 
Riedmiller J M, s e cor Taylor and Eagle. 

Mineral Waters. 

Brames L & Co, 29 and 31 Barr, {See adv^p 7.) 

Hake F & Co, 18 to 28 Wells. {See adv, ojyp inside front 

cover.) 
Studer H L, Jackson cor Noll. 



BOX MNFRS. 

Packing. 
Link E M & Co, s w cor Glasgow ave and E Wayne. 
Peters Box & Lumber Co, 79 to 102 High. {See adv, 
back fly.) 

Paper and Cigar. 

Empire Box Factory, 28 and 30 E Main. 

*BRASS GOODS. 
Bo wen G R, 110 Calhoun. {See ado, opp p 106.) 



BRASS FOUNDERS. 

Hattersley A & Sons, 48 E Main. {See embossed line 
back cover.) 



BREWERS. 

Centlivre C L, n end Spy Run ave. (^See adv, p 6.) 

U/oioall ^SSfi^ 34 CALHOUN STREET, 

ff eiS6ll| DENTIST, -fort wayne, ind.- 



162 CALHOUN STREET, MAXES THE 



T p WBltZrnSnn ^^^t clothes for t^e money m 



'J 



THE CITY OF FORT WAYNE, 



FORT WATNE DIRECTORY. 446 

BRICK MNPRS. 

Fremion Joseph, bet Hanna and Lafayette s of limits, 
Koehler Catherine, w s Lafayette 3 s of Wiebke. 
Koehler J A, e s Lafayette s of limits. 
Koehler Paul, V s Rudisill's ave w of Calhoun. 
McKernan Alexander, s of New Haven road nr tollgate. 
Miller Wm, e s Hanna s of limits. a 

Moellering Win, Works Fairfield ave. Office 53 to 59 
Murray. {See (idv, j) 61.) 

BRIDGE BUILDERS. 
Westrumb H C F, 416 E Washington. 



BROKERS. 

Pape Wra, 33 Calhoun. 



BROOM MNPRS. 
Gage Robert, 318 W Main. 
Rombke Henry, 68 Madison. 



BUGGY-BOW MNPRS. 

Rastetter Louis, s w cor S Broadway and P, F W & C 
Ry. {See adv, p 83.) 



BUGGY-TOPS AND CUSHIONS. 
Horstmann & Rolape, 9 E Superior. {See adv, p 83.) 



BUILDERS. 

See Carpenters, Contractors and JBuilders. 



BUILDERS' HARDWARE. 

{See also Hardware.) 
Nolton T J & Co, 22 Calhoun. {See right bottom lines.) 



BUILDERS' MATERIAL. 
Moellering Wm, 53 to 59 Murray. {See adv,p 61.) 



BUSINESS COLLEGES. 

{See also Colleges, Schools, Etc.) 

Fort Wayne Business College, 15 and 17 Court opp 
Court House. {See front cover and p 63.) 

BUTCHERS. 

See Meat Jfarkets. 

The RHINEGOLD BEER».^=^I«I1 



H. C. GRAFFE, 



Cor. Calhoun and Columbia Streets. Sole Agent for 
the Celebrated Bockford Watches, also a full line 
of all the different American and Sfriss Watches. 



446 R. L. POLK & CO. S 



CAB OWNERS. 

Swain George, 20 Lafayette. 



CABINETMAKERS. 

See Furniture. 



*CAR-BRAKE SHOES AND HEADS. 
Standard Manufacturing Co, Room 67 Burgess Block. 



CAR- WHEEL MNPRS. 
Bass Foundry & Machine Works, Hanna s of R R crossing. 



CARPENTERS, CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 

(^ISee also Contractors.) 

Beaber Jacob, 342 Broadway. 

Bence Wm C, n s Pennsylvania ave 1 n of Wayne Trace opp 

east yards. 
Bendt Frederick, 87 W DeWald. 
Bertels John, 38 Force. 
Boester F H, 164 Griffith. 
Boseker Charles, 62 McClellan. 
Boseker Christian, 39 Brackenridge. 
Bowser Alexander, 264 Creighton ave. 
Breimeyer Ernst, 216 W Jefferson. 
Brooks H C, 197 W DeWald. 

Cochrane & Humphrey, lOO Pearl. {See adv, p 85.) 
Crow J A, 286 E Jefferson. 

Ehle Edward & Bro, Calhoun opp Nickel Plate Ry. 
France J S, w s Hanna 2 n of Pontiac. 
French C G, 87 E Wayne. 
Gessens Christian, 56 Thomas. 
Graf miller & McKee, 196 Calhoun. 
Greer John, 36 Walnut. 
Griffith Levi, 77 Williams. 
Grotholtmann AH, 48 W Jefferson. 

Habecker W H, n s New Haven road 3 from Wayne Trace. 
Hall J E, 254 W Creighton ave. 

Harris Elwood, n s Pennsylvania ave 3 n of Wayne Trace. 
Hilgemann Ernst, s e cor Baker and Fairfield ave. 
Hoffmann H A, 52 W Creighton ave. 
Jacoby Frederick, 40 Buchanan. 
Kendrick & Shrimpton, 152 W Main. 
Kraft & Co, 121 Montgomeiy. 
Lauer Justine, 151 Hanna. 

For PLANS and SPECIFICATIONS address 

Architects, 27 Calhoun 

I Street, Fort Wayne, Ind. 



Wing I Mm 



»P"Ua "PTTWRT TVrTTTTT at XjiaB*!! IJjrS OO. Assets, »io,ooo,ooo 
Xlie ir XiJM J^ JXLU X UAij OF PHILADELPHIA. Surplus, 1,000,000 

In case of non-paymeiit of Premium after the second year, the Policy wUl be continued in force for 
as many years and days as its full legal value will pay for. Incorporated lSt7. 

CLARK FAIRBaStK. • - CENERAX AGENT, FORT WAYNE, IJfO. 

FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. / 447 

Lehman Conrad, n w cor Calhoun and Killea. 

McMullen John, w s Monroe bet Charles and Laselle. 

Mason J F, 106 W DeWald. 

Meyer J H, 51 Maumee road. 

Moellering Win, 53 to 59 Murray. {See adv^p 61.) 

Myers G B, 127 Wilt. 

Patton & Smith, rear 58 Brackenridge. 

Paul H C, 21 W Columbia. 

Prassler & Wagner, w s Webster bet Butler & DeWald. 

Schwarze W F, 131 Wallace. 

Stahl Reuben, n w cor Butler and Clinton. 

Suelzer John, 420 Hanna. 

Tarmon HA, 110 Broadway. 

Violon J F, e s Euclid ave 6 s of Creighton ave. 

Westrumb H C F, 415 E Washington. 

Worley R H, 59 W DeWald. 



*CARPENTERS' AND MECHANICS' TOOLS. 
Nolton T J & Co, 22 Calhoun. {See right bottom lines.) 



CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, ETC. 

Foster D N Furniture Co, 11 Court. 
Root & Co, 46 and 48 Calhoun. 
Wolf Louis & Co, 54 Calhoun. 



CARPET WEAVERS. 

Bahret J F, 235 Lafayette. 
Beck Leopold, 136 Barr. 
Birk J J, rear 58 Elm. 
Gerlach M F, 310 Hanna. 
Hoffman Adolph, 16 University. 
Ostmann August, 71 Melita. 
Poch M E, 165 Broadway. 
Schoen W F, 263 E Washington. 

CARRIAGE AND WAGON MAKERS. 

{See also BlacJcsmiths .) 
Albrecht M L, 106 W Main. 
Baker B H, 16 and 18 Lafayette. 
Biemer George, 3 to 7 Clay. 
Brossard & Hahn, 146 W Main. 
Chauvey Bros, 35 E Superior. 
City Carriage Works, u and 13 Clay. 
Johns L B, n e cor Main and Barr. 
Olds' Wagon Works, s s Murray bet Calhoun and Lafayette. 



Mechanics' Tools, 



T J. NOLTON & CO. 
KEYSTONE BLOCK 



Only Good Goods 



SOLID .A-T 

GEO. De WALD & CO.'S. 



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Rieke Henry, 116 W Main. 

Smith E C, 71 E Columbia. 

Spereisen J A, 165 Fairfield ave. 

Stanley Johnson, 221 W Main, 

Voeglie Andrew, s w cor Maumee road and Ohio. 

CARRIA.GE AND WAGON MATERIAL. 

Alderman & Yarnelle, 54 and 56 E Columbia. 
Coombs & Co, s e cor Main and Clinton. 
Olds IST G & Sons, s e cor Lafayette and W, St L & P Ry. 
Rastetter Louis, s w cor S Broadway and P, F W & C Ry. 

{See adv,p 83.) 

*CEMENT WALKS. 
Thomsen P W, 15 E Wayne. 



CHAIR MNPRS. 

Cromwell Bros, 159 W Main. 



*CHAIR STUFF MNFRS. 

Hoffman Bros, 200 W Main. {See adv, p 218.) 
Peters Box & Lumber Co, 79 High. {See adv, hack fly.) 

CHINA WARE. 

See Crockery and Glassioare. 



♦CHIMNEY SWEEPERS. 
Keffer Nicholas, 22 Fulton. 



CIDER AND VINEGAR MNFRS. 

{See also Vinegar Mnfrs.) 

Brames L & Co, 29 and 31 Barr. {See adv, p 7.) 
Hoffmann C A, 185 and 187 Calhoun. {See adv,p 65.) 



CIGAR MNFRS. 

Bender Lewis, 166 E Washington. 
Beverforden August, 3 Highland. 
Beverforden S H, 11 Brandriff. 
Boltz & Oppenhamer, 86 Calhoun. 
Cohen Solomon, 267 W DeWald. 
Dessauer L & Co, 23 Calhoun. 
Eckert J C, 85 Calhoun. 
Ehle A N, 178 Broadway. 



U'X'ia Hi Drn SELL HAND -PAINTED CUPS AND 
IVdag Qb DlOi SAUGEES, at No. 5 East Columbia St 



Lf^ TTTTT T Painting and Paper Hang- 
. v-/, XX U J-JXj^ ing, at 90 Calhoun Street. 

FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 449 

Falk & Larnley, 24 E Columbia. 

Foote W A, 92 Calhoun. 

Ortmann H W, 26 Clinton. 

Reinewald G A, 178 Calhoun. 

Reiter George, 30 Calhoun. 

Sanerbier W A, i*es n w cor Holton ave and Pontiac. 

Schneider Wni, 104 Webster. 

Wenninghoff Christian, 144 Calhoun. 



CIGARS AND TOBACCO. 

Basch George, 154^ Calhoun. 

Boltz F C, 37 Calhoun. (See adv, p 8.) 

Buck C W, 272 Calhoun. 

Carl John, 39 Calhoun. 

Foote W A, 92 Calhoun. 

Gouty T A, 259 Calhoun. 

Gruber F J, 1144 Calhoun. 

Jacobs M N & Co, 12 W Berry. 

Mergel Reinhard, 17 W Main. 

Rubin Bros, 15 E Main. 

Webber M N, 39 Calhoun and 3 E Main. 

Young J B, 192 Griffith. 



CIVIL ENG-INEBRS AWD SURVEYORS. 

Goshorn W H, G8 Barr. 



*CLAIM: AGENTS. 
Kerr W J, 31 Calhoun. 



^CLOTHES RACKS. 



Rastetter Louis, s w cor Broadway and P, F W & C Ry. 

{See ado, p 83.) 



CLOTHES WRINGERS. 
Slagle J H, 33 W Main. 



CLOTHING. 

{See also Merchant Tailors.) 

Friend A J & 11, 26 Calhoun. 

Koch Moses, 5 E Main and 33 Calhoun. 

Lauferty A S & Co, 9 E Main. 

Morganthaler Peter, 52^ Calhoun. 

Pixley & Co, is and 17 Court and 58 and 60 Clinton. 

Rothschild & Bro, 7 E Columbia. 

^H.C.SSTES,82 CALHOUN STREET 

30 



First National Bank, ^^Ai^N^^T^R^KEfrg 

450 B. L. POLK & CO.'S 

Salinger Bros, 36 Calhoun. 
Schirmeyer L & Co, 27 Calhoun. 
Thieme J G & Bro, 37 E Columbia. 



*COAGH AND CARRIAGE ^PANELS. 

Rastetter Louis, s w cor S Broadvr ay and P, F W & C Ry. 
{See adv, p 83.) 



COAL AND WOOD DEALERS. 

{See also Wood Dealers.) 

Boltz & Derheimer, 45 to 51 Murray. 

Fox James, n s Railroad nr Calhoun. 

Moderwell J M, e s Plum nr Bloomingdale bridge. 

Stone S & Co, 196 Jackson. 

Sullivan Andrew, n e cor Grant and Oliver. 

Tinkham J P, 120 W Main. 

Wilding & Son, 191 and 193 Calhoun. 

Wilson John & Sons, cor Clinton and Railroad. 



COFFEE AND SPICE MILLS. 

Monning J B & Co, 73 E Columbia. 

COKE. 
Wilson Jobn & Sons, cor Clinton and Railroad. 



COLLECTION AGENTS. 

Carier A H, 1 and 2 Foster Block, 
Chapin & O'Rourke, 62| Calhoun. 
France H F, 13 E Main. 
Graham J E & Son, 26 P O Building. 
Haiber Frederick, 64 Wells. 
Hayden & Douglass, 26 Court. 



COLLEGES. SCHOOLS, ETC. 

{See also JBushiess Colleges.) 

Academy of our Lady of the Sacred Heart, 6 

miles n of Court House. {See adv, p Jf..) 
Fort Wayne Business College, is and 17 Court. {See 

front cover and p 63.) 
Fort Wayne College The, w end of Wayne. 
Kindergarten, 138 W Wayne. 
Westminster Seminary for Young Ladies, 251 W 

Main. {See adv, inside front cover.) 

Central Office iPRflV I iWMm M 68 CALHOUN STREET. 

OF lllUl ililULlUili -TELEPHONE No. 160.- 



Copies and Enlarges Pictures. Large 
Portraits to order. 44 Calhoun Street 

FORT WATNE DIRECTORY. 451 



COMB MWFRS. 

Friedrich Carl, 66 Nelson. 



COMMERCIAL AGENCY. 

The Commercial Agency, Drexel Building, New York. 



COMMERCIAL COLLEGES. 

See Business Colleges. 



COMMISSION. 



Bond Henry W, 96 Calhoun. 
Skelton B W, 176 Calhoun. 



CONFECTIONERS. 

Wholesale. 

Fox Louis, 100 Calhoun. 

jRetail. 

(See also Bakers and Confectioners.) 

Barcus H H, 116 Calhoun. 

Batchelder & Medsker, 252 Calhoun. 

Beals M M, 316 Lafayette. 

Catlin A P, 117 E Lewis. 

Christie Mrs W P, n w cor Hoagland and W Creighton aves. 

Haffner C, 37 W Berry. 

Litt G O, 138 Broadway. 

Steinman Mrs C, 152 Barr. 

Strong Henry, 74 W Jefferson. 

Walther Mrs Theresa, 139 E Jefferson. 



CONTRACTORS. 

{See also Carpenters, Contractors and Builders.) 

Baltes Jacob, n w cor Harrison and Superior. 

Cochrane & Humphrey, lOO Pearl. {See adv,p 86.) 

Moellering Wm, 53 to 59 Murray. {See adv, p 61.) 



COOPERS. 



Blair T W, 19 E Superior. 

Kley F, 336 W Main. 

Rosen'berger Charles, 76 Murray. 

Steiss J G, s w cor Short and Archer ave. 

Yobst Bruno, 85 N Cass. 



Pocket KnivBS) -keystone block- 



6E0.De WALD & CO. "-^ ^^^ coods 



Cor. Calhoun & Columbia Sts. 



452 R. L. POLK & CO. S 



*COOPBR'S TRESS HOOP MNPRS. 

Bitler S D, n w cor E Wayne and Schick. 



CRACKER MNPRS. 
Fox Louis, 100 Calhoun. 



CROCKERY, GLASSWARE. 

{See also Glassware.) 

Kaag & Bro, 5 E Columbia. {See left bottom lines.) 
Lintz T L, 12 E Columbia. 
Ward H N, 8 W Columbia. 



CUTLERY. 

Kaag & Bro, 5 E Columbia. {See left bottom lines.) 

Ijade S P, 58 E Main. {See top end, and p 87.) 

Morgan & Beach, 19, 21 Columbia. 

Nolton T J & Co, 22 Calhoun. {See right bottom lines.) 



DAIRIES. 

Bird J S, res n s New Haven road 1 e of Edsall ave. 
Doermer Peter, n s New Haven I'oad, 1 e of Wayne Trace. 
Miller C W, s s Killea 1 w of S Calhoun. 
Reilly James A, w s Walter ave 2 s of E Lewis. 
Rhine John, e s Walton ave s of Pontiac. 
Spalding W W, w s S Calhoun 2 s of Killea. 



DANCING ACADEMIES. 

Mahler Louis, 27 Calhoun. 



DECORATORS. 

{See also Painters.) 
Hull L O, 90 Calhoun. {See right top lines. 



^DETECTIVES. 
Westrumb H C F, 415 E Washincrton. 



DENTISTS. 

Adams J H, 142 Calhoun. 

Brown S B, s e cor Court and Main. 

Coyle J D, 108 Calhoun. 

Hartman SB, 14 W Berry. 

Knapi> W B, D D S,'o6 E Berry. 



D. D. WEISELL 



OFFSKS A DENTAL EXPERI- 
ENCE OF OVER 20 YEARS. 
34 CALHOUN STREET. 



T. F. Weitzmann 



Makes Clothes in the most FASHION- 
ABLE STYLE, and Guaranteed to Pit 
every time. 162 CALHOUN STREET. 



FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 453 

Loag G W, s e cor Calhoun and Columbia. 

McCullPUgh & Brown, 28 Calhoun. {See adv, back 

cover.) 
Sites E F, 27 Calhoun. 

Sites H C, 82 Calhoun. {See right hottonn lines.) 
Shryock WW, 27 W Berry. ' 
Weisell D D, 34 Calhoun. \See left bottom lines.) 



DENTIST'S SUPPLIES. 
Wood worth & Bond, 75 Calhoun. 

DIAMONDS. 

Graffe H C, n e cor Calhoun and Columbia. {See left top 
lines.) 



DINING ROOMS. 

See Restaurants. 



DIRECTORY PUBLISHERS. 
Polk R L< & Co, Detroit, Mich. {See adv.) 



DISTILLERS. 

Nathan Julins & Co, 25 W Main. 



DRESS AND CLOAK MAKERS. 

{See also Milliners.) 

Benjamin Mrs Sarah, 75 Lafayette. 

Bitsberorer Mrs E F, 403 S Calhoun. 

Blynn Mrs H F, 135 Broadway. 

Bossier Louisa, 64 Oliver. 

Boyd Mrs R B, 20 Baker. 

Burnett Miss Elizabeth, 148 Fairfield ave. 

Childress Miss C, 87 Ewing. 

Devaux Miss M F, 23 Laselle. 

Donalioe Miss Annie, 44 Brandriff. 

Edmonds Mary, 201 W Main. 

Fletcher Mrs Margaret, 65 E Main. 

Flutter Mrs M, 114 W Wayne. 

Gebele Hannah, 65 Harrison. 

Gould J M, 108 Broadway. 

Graham Miss E J, e s S Calhoun 2 s of Leith. 

Green Misses, 179 Jackson. 

Green Mrs M, 19 W Main. 

Grigsby Miss MA, 332 Lafayette. 



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COB. OALHOUN AND COLUMBIA STS. 



454 B. L. POLK <fc CO. 8 



Gutermuth Katie, 39 W Jefferson. 
Helton Emma (wid Henry), 14 Murray. 
Krull Misses M & L, 268 E Washington. 
Lewis Miss E, 144 W Main. 
McKeag Miss Agnes, 149 Fairfield ave. 
Noll M F, 10 W Superior. 
Palmer Mrs C J, 35 Monroe. 
Pluegge Miss H S, 22 Fairfield ave. 
Provines Mrs S A, 103 E Main. 
Smith Mrs W G, 187 E Jefferson. 
Thornton Delia, 13 W Wayne. 
Tonnelly Margaret, 225 W Main. 



DRUGGISTS. 

Wholesale. 
Meyer Bros & Co, 2 and 9 Keystone Block. (See adv,p 65.) 

Retail. 
Beverforden H F, 294 Calhoun. 
Brink & Stier, 43 Wells. 
Detzer & Bro, 260 Calhoun. 

Dreler & Bro, n w cor Calhoun and Columbia. 
Frankenstein & Ide, 66 W Jefferson. 
Glock Frederick, 270 Hanna. 
Gumpper G H, 244 Calhoun. 
Loesch G H, 96 Barr. 
Meyer Bros & Co, 2 and 9 Keystone Block. {See adv, 

p 65.) 
Miller F J, 324 Lafayette. 
Moellering W L, 113 E Lewis. 
Mordhurst H W, 66 Calhoun. 
Nieschang C C F, M D, 298 Calhoun. 
Noll Benedict R & Co, 128 Broadway. 
Porter CD, 108 Fairfield ave. 
Reinewald H W, 286 Calhoun. 
Schafer E A, 277 E Washington. 
Schott G J, 120 Barr. 

Schroeder Bros, s e cor Broadway and W Washington. 
Stemen & Andrews, 314 W Main. 
Thieme T F, 94 Calhoun. 
Urbine James, 68 E Columbia. 
Wagner H G, 35 Calhoun. 

Woodworth C B & Co, 1 Aveline House Block. 
Younge J W, 167 E Jefferson. 
Zimmermann Charles, 202 Broadway. 



Healthy Hones and Eesidesees. 



See Wing & Mahurin, Architects, for 
— PLANS and SPECIFICATIONS, — 
2 7 Calhoun St., Ft. 'Wayne, Ind. 



The PENN MUTUAL LIFE INS. CO. of PhUadelphla, taenee InTeetment C 

which pay from 3 to 10 per cent annually, In aQQition to carryingr the insurance. Also five y«*r 
Option Policies expressly for business men Incurring temporary liabilities. AU policies in thta 
Company are Incontestable and Nonforfeitable. CLARK FAIRBANK, Gen'l Agrt., Ft. Wayne, Ind. 

FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 465 

DRY GOODS. 

Wholesale. 

DeWald George & Co, n e cor Calhoun and Columbia. 

(See left top lines and front edge.) 
Root & Co, 46 and 48 Calhoun. 
Stewart & Hahn, 18 Calhoun. 

Retail. 

Becker A E C, 158 Fairfield ave. 

Bond W J & Son, 42 Calhoun. 

Chaska Samuel, 72 Calhoun. 

DeWald George & Co, n e cor Calhoun and Columbia 

{See left top lines and front edge.) 
Fleming T J, 25 Calhoun.' 
Foster S M, 58 Calhoun. 

Frank M & Co, 64 Calhoun. • 

Goodwin H N, 126 Broadway. 
Nestel Daniel, 130 Broadway. 
Pierre C J, 69 Wells. 
Pierre Peter, 168 Broadway. 
Rau Casper, 302 E Washington cor Harmer. 
Rohs & Erne, 13 E Columbia. 
Root & Co, 46 and 48 Calhoun. 
SteAvart & Hahn, 18 Calhoun. 
Waltemath C H, 325 Lafayette. 
Wolf Louis & Co, 54 Calhoun. 



DYERS AND SCOURERS. 

Ayres A F & W E, 140 Broadway. 

Baumann Paul, 68 E Main. {See adv,p 87.) 

Heaf August, 13 W Wayne. 

Lewis B A, 40 W Superior. 

Schroeder G, 129 Calhoun. 



ELECTRIC LIGHT AND APPARATUS. 

Fort Wayne ** Jenney " Light Co, Office and Works 

87 and 89 E Columbia. {See adv, front cover.) 
Star Iron Tower Co, 87 and 89 E Columbia. {See adv,p 77.) 



EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES. 
Heller Mrs J, 152 Griffith. 



Table I Carving Knives, 



T.J.NOLTON&CO. 

KEYSTONE BLOCK. 



Geo. De Walil & Go. for yonr Fine Dress Hoofls 

456 E. L. POLK & CO.'S 



ENGINE BUILDERS. 

{/See also Foundei's and 3Iachlnists.) 

Bass Foundry & Machine Works, Hanna s of railroad crossing. 
Fort Wayne Iron Works, s e cor W Superior and Harrison. 



ENGRAVERS. 
Wolf H & Co, 80 and 82 Calhoun. {See adv below.) 



♦EXCAVATORS— ODORLESS. 

{See also Vault Cleaners.) 
Erase F C, 75 W Jefferson. 



EXPRESS COMPANIES. 



Adams, 102 Calhoun. 
American, 102 Calhoun. 
Pacific, 28 E Main. 
United States, 28 E Main. 



*EYE AND EAR INFIRMARY. 

Fort Wayne Medical & Surgical Institute, 143 

Calhoun. 



FANCY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 

{See also Notions.) 
Wholesale. 

DeWald Georg^e & Co, n e cor Calhoun and Columbia. 

{See left top lines and front edge?) 



\A/OOD ENGRAVERS 

Illustrations of Machinery, Buildings, Landscapes, Portraits, etc. 
Colored Labels a Specialt}". 

No. 7 E. Main Street, FORT WAYNE, IND. 

l/soiy i?# Drn 3ell PINE CHINA TEA and DINNER 
Ixadg Otr DrOi SETS at No. 5 East Columbia Street. 



L/^ TXTTT T House and Sign Painting, 
, kJ , Jul U JLiXJ^ at - 90 Calhoun Street. 

FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 457 

Hetail. 
Foster S M, 58 Calhoun. 
Hall S B, 34 W Main. 
Jenkinson & Spencer, 25 W Wayne. 
Keel Mrs AC, 137 Broadway. 
Krull M & L, 268 E Washington. 
Quinn Miss M E, 136 Fairfield ave. 



FARM MACHINERY. 

See Agricultural Implenie?its. 



PEED YARDS. 

Brinsley J C, n w cor Pearl and Maiden Lane. 

Cosgrove F K, n e cor Pearl and Maiden Lane. 

Huguenard V A, 63 E Superior. 

Keller W E, n e cor Pearl and Cass. 

Long H F, 30 N Calhoun. 

McLain B P, w s Clinton n of E Superior. 

PILE AND RASP MNPRS. 

Keller C C & Co, 72 Pearl. 



*PIREWORKS. 

Lade S P, 58 E Main. {jSee top end and p 87.) 



*PISH AND GAME. 

Connable R & Son, 57 E Main. 
Wichman & Carson, 17^ W Berry. 



*PISHING TACKLE. 

Krohne & Raquet, 79 Calhoun. 

Lade S P, 58 E Main. {iSee top end and p 87.) 

Miller C H, 24 W Main. 



PliORISTS AND NURSERYMEN. 

Auger Charles, 16 E Washington. {See adv,p 79.) 
Doswell Greorge W, n s Main nr Lindenwood Cemetery. 

{See adv, p 91.) 
Kliecht F J, n w cor Erie and Harniei'. {See adv, p 91.) 
Markey E J, 113 and lis W Jefferson. {See adv,p 79.) 



PLOUR AND PEED. 

Bond Henry W, 96 Calhoun. 
Batten Bender C H, 45 E Columbia. 



;H.0.SITES.82 CALHOUN STREET 



First NStiOnSi BSHK. LemE^Ha^x^man/casMer.' 

458 E. L. POLK & CO.'S 

Doehrmann <fc Hitzemann, 54 and 56 Barr. 

Henderson Wm D, 69 E Columbia. 

Kalbacher Anton, 65 E Columbia. 

Kalbacher A & Co, 296 Calhoun. 

Rice B F, 16 W Columbia. 

Tresselt C & Sons, cor Clinton and Nickel Plate Ry. 

Wilt CD, 100 Broadway. 



FLOUR MILLS. 

Esmond George, Little River Turnpike. ■ 

Globe Flour Mills, 73 E Columbia. 

Kalbacher Anton, 65 E Columbia. 

McDonald J G, w s Spy Run ave. 

Orff John, W Main Street bridge. 

Tresselt C & Sons, cor Clinton and Nickel Plate Ry. 

Volland Henry & Co, 14 W Columbia. 

Bass Foundry & Machine Works, Hanna s of railway crossing. 



*PLOUR MILL MACHINERY. 
Bass Foundry & Machine Woi'ks, Hanna s of railroad crossing. 



^FOREIGN EXCHANGE. 
Siemon & Bro, 50 Calhoun. {See back cover.) 



FOREIGN PASSAGE AGENTS. 

See Steatnship Agents. 



FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS. 

{See also Engine Builders.) 

Bass Foundry & Machine Works, Hanna s of railroad crossing. 
Fort Wayne Iron Works, s e cor W Columbia and Harrison. 
Hanna Robert, 35 E Superior. 
Kerr-Murray Mnfg Co, s e cor Calhoun and Wallace. 



FRUITS AND CONFECTIONERY. 

(^See also Bakers and Confectioners.) 
Davis M E, 71 E Main. 
Fox Louis, 100 Calhoun. 
Hartshorn S J, 172 Calhoun. 
Trott John, 33 E Main. 



*FURNACES— HOT AIR. 
Carter Wm & Son, 29 Clinton. {See adv,p59.) 

The Work fPyi ATT QfAQni T QlinrlT»V '^upefi^r^t^tfaT^f^dhT; 

-Done at- lluj DltJdlU LdUUUI J, i^:^"^i^a«oi«%^r^^^^^^^^^ 



Has the finest Gallery, and makes the 
best work in the city. 44 Calhoun St. 

FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 459 

FURNITUKE. 
Baals & Co, 59 E Main. 
Beach F J, 137 to 141 Calhoun. 
Bickford Furniture Co The, 419 and 421 E Wayne. 
Foster D N Furniture Co, 11 Court. 
Griebel & Son, 44 E Main. 
Haag Wm, 173 Broadway. 
Lund H M, 172 W Creighton ave. 
Miller J M, 50 and 52 E Main. 
Peters Box & Lumber Co, 79 to loi High and 19 W 

Main. (See adv, hack fly?) 
Poole T D, 263 W DeWald. 
Rahe J H, 34 Clinton. 
Wolf P E, 33 and 35 Clinton. 

PURNITURB REPAIRING. 

Bans Frederick, 236 Lafayette. 



GALVANIZED IRON WORKS. 

Muhler C F, 20 E Columbia. 

Pressler John, 98 Barr. 

Scharf C A, 195 Lafayette. (-S'ee adv^ p 85.) 



GAS COMPANIES. 
Fort Wayne Gas Light Co, s e cor Superior and Barr. 



GAS FIXTURES. 

See Plumbers. 



GENERAL STORES. 

{See also Grocers.) 
Gerke & Co, 191 and 193 Lafayette. 



GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. 

Comparet Charles M, 47 Harmer nr E Wayne. {See 

adv,p 75.) 
Fitch O B & Co, 34 Calhoun. 
Friend A J & H, 26 Calhoun. 
Golden & Monahan, 66 and 68 Calhoun. 
Koch Moses, 5 E Main and 33 Calhoun. 
Morganthaler Peter, 52 j Calhoun. 

Pixley & Co, 15 and 17 Court and 58 and 60 Clinton. 
Schirmeyer L & Co, 27 Calhoun. 

Oliver Chilled Plows, i-E'Ts^8^''%^o8S: 



Black Silks Cheap 



JL.T 

GEO. De WALD & CO.'S 



460 R. L. POLK & CO. S 



*GINGER ALE MNPRS. 
Brames L & Co, 29 and 31 Ban-. {/See adv,p 7.) 



GLASSWARE. 

[See also Crocker^/ and Glassware.) 

Diehl M & Co, 2U9 Calhoun. 

K.aa^ & Bro, 5 E Columbia. {See left bottom lines.) 

GROCERS. 

Wholesale. 

Bursley G E & Co, 23 W Main. 

Huestis C D C, 27 E Columbia. 

Moellering Win & Sons, 215 aad 217 Lafayette. 

Skelton B W, 176 Calhoun. 

Trentman A C, n e cor Calhoun and E Washington. 

Metail. 

Ainsworth G W, w s Walton ave 2 n of Pittsburgh Ry. 

Alter Jacob, 197 Broadway. 

Arens John, 122 Madison. 

Aurentz S A, 31 W Main. 

Ball Mrs M, 172 W Main. 

Bangert Bonifacius, 167 Broadway. 

Bart els Frederick, 201 Lafayette. 

Becker A E C, 160 Fairfield ave. 

Bechtold Louis, 150 Maumee road. 

Bicknese C F, 92 Barr. 

Brannan J H, 72 E Main. 

Brocking Charles, n e cor Gay and Creightou ave. 

Brossard John, 84 Wells. 

Buu'ly Charles, s e cor Creighton ave and Winter. 

Busching Henr}^ 272 Hanna. 

Butler L F, 7 Calhoun. 

Certia & Mosier, 116 Wells. 

Cooper M C, 328 S Calhoun. 

DeWald Nicholas, 406 S Calhoun. 

Dicke Frederick, 29 Smith. 

Dieke Henry, 119 E Lewis. 

Didierjohn Josejth, 102 Maumee road. 

Dittue A J & Co, 20 W Berry. 

Doehrmann & Hitzemann, 54 and 56 Barr, 

Epple Gottlieb, 1 8 4 Fairfield ave. 

Etehey Frank, 44 E Columbia. 

Fioel Charles, 54 Wells. 

Figel F C, 121 Wells. 

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Beauty and Durability 



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The MERCHANT TAILOR, keeps a 
large stock of the LA-TEST STYLES 
of G-oods, at - 162 Calhoun Street. 



FOBT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 461 

Fox W W & Son, 325 W Main. 

Frank Mendel, 208 Hanna. 

Gerding Harmon, 108 Calhoun. 

Goldstone John, 117 Fairfield ave. 

Goodwin H N, 124 Broadway. 

Graff Philip, 337 Lafayette. 

Grothans Henry, 162 Holman. 

Gruber Michael, 16 Wilt. 

Gumpper J D, 240 Calhoun. 

Haberkorn Henry, 393 Lafayette. 

Haiber George W, s w cor Hanna and Creighton ave. 

Hartraan Jacob, 207 E Jefferson. 

Hartman J H, 126 E Washington. 

Hartmann & Rose, 75 E Wayne. 

Hecke Harmon, 156 E Washington. 

Hickman & Stockrig, s e cor St Mary's ave and Spring, 

Hilgemann H F, 121 W Jefferson. 

Huxoll August, 90 Barr. 

Hylands Charles, 120 Fairfield ave. 

Jacobs Andrew, 354 Broadway. 

Johnson Enoch, 27 Oliver. 

Jourdain C J, 98 Maumee road. 

Kayser & Baade, 129 Broadway. 

Kiel & Freese, 356 S Calhoun. 

Kline Jacob, 30 E Columbia. 

Koch J B, 122 E Washington. 

Koenig C F, 89 Harmer cor E Washington. 

Korn August, 194 Broadway. 

Langard Joseph, 70 E Columbia. 

Leykauf Nicholas, 209 Broadway. , 

Lichtsinn Wm, 63 E Wayne. 

Limecooly F W, n w cor S Calhoun and Allen. 

Malone Peter, 171 Broadway. 

Markey & Mungovan, 254 Calhoun. 

Martin A & Bro, 37 W Main. 

Merillat & Co, 108 and 110 Broadway. 

Meyer W D, 227 Lafayette. 

Miller Mrs Charlotte, s w cor Walton ave and E Lewis. 

Miller Christian, 59 AVells. 

Miller Philip, 123 Fairfield ave. 

Miller Wm H, 23 W Columbia. 

Moellering Wm & Sons, 215 and 217 Lafayette. 

Niebergall Henry, 201 E Washington. 

Niemann Gottlieb, us Calhoun. 

Niemann Theodore, 274 E Washington. 

Getting Wm, 362 S Calhoun. 

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OP EVERY DESCRIPTION. H. C. 
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COLUMBIA STREETS. 



462 R. L. POLK & CO. S 



Ofenloch Valentine, 30 Force. 

Pierce & Coverdale, 26 Harrison. 

Pyke W H, 80 Calhoun. 

Raab .Tohn, 18 E Columbia. 

Rau Casper, 302 E Washington cor Harmer. 

Reehling J H, 220 Madison. 

Reese Charles, YO Barr. 

Reinkensmeier C F, 141 Broadway. 

Rekers Gerhard, 116 W Washington. 

Rice B F, 16 W Columbia. 

Riethmiller G & Son, s e cor S Broadway and Taylor. 

RochoU Mrs M O, 253 E Lewis. 

RuppelJohn, 268 E Wayne. 

Safford F K & Co, 28 Calhoun. 

Sallier Francis, 66 E Columbia. 

Scheffer John & Co, 13 Grand. 

Scherer C W, w s Lillie 3 s of E Lewis. 

Schwartz George & Son, 350 Broadway. 

Schwier Charles, 176 Montgomery. 

Shaffer George, 169 Broadway. 

Smaltz F M, 30V W Main. 

Spiegel G E, 183 Broadway. 

Stace A W, s e cor Spy Run and Riverside aves. 

Strung Christian, 72 Barr. 

Struver Wm, 66 E Main. 

Thayer M I, 7 E Wayne. 

Thieme J A, 170 Broadway. 

Turner & Hire, 6 Pearl. 

Waltemath C H, 325 Lafayette. 

Weisenburger G, 299 W Main. 

Wessel John jr, 273 Hanna. 

White J B, 9 and 11 W Berry. 

Wiebke Henry, 94 ^ Barr. 

Woehnker F H, 105 Maumee road. 

Woulfe J & Bro, 266 Calhoun. 

Zern Justina, 342 Hanna. 

Z.eller & Merz, 372 S Calhoun. 



GUNS AND AMMUNITION. 

Krohne & Raquet, 79 Calhoun. 

Lade S P, 58 E Main. {See top end andp 87.) 

Leonard Wm, 71 W Superior. 

Miller C H, 24 W Main. 



•'You should Insure in The PENN MUTUAL LIFE INS. CO." "WHY!" "For many 
reasons : It has had thirtj-seven years' experience -, It is the Stron(?est and Safest ; It is Purely 
Mutual— its success is yours ; It is most economically managed, and therefore Cheapest ; Its Policies 
are Non-Forfeitable— you get all j'Ou pay for j It h6is paid Millions of Dollars to members' families, 
and never disputed an honest claim ; Its policies are Incontestable." Clark Fairbank, General Ag t. 

FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 463 

HAIR GOODS. 

Casey Mrs Emma, 15?^ Calhoun. 
Scherer and Becker, 170 Calhoun. 



HARDWARE. 

{See also Stoves and Tinware.) 

Wholesale. 

Alderman & Yarnelle, 54 and 56 E Columbia. 
Brandriflf A D & Co, 50 and 52 E Columbia. 
Coombs & Co, 8 e cor E Main and Clinton. 
Morgfan & Beach, 19 and 21 E Columbia. 

Nolton T J & Co, 22 Calhoun. {See right bottom lines.) 
Seavey G W, 33 and 35 E Columbia. 

Retail. 

Alderman & Yarnelle, 54 and 56 E Columbia. 

Brandriff A D & Co, 5 and 52 E Columbia. 

Griffiths WE, 120 and 122 Broadway. 

Gruber & Gray, 364 Calhoun. 

Harries John, 126 Calhoun. 

Morgan & Beach, 19 and 21 E Columbia. 

Nolton T J & Co, 22 Calhoun. {See right bottom lines.) 

Pfeiffer & Schlatter, 38 and 40 E Columbia. 

Staub Bros, 16 E Columbia. 

Storm J A M, 3 E Columbia. 



HARDWOOD LUMBER. 

See Lumber Mnfrs — Hardtoood. 



HARNESSMAKERS. 

Hilt Frederick, 18^ E Columbia. 
Johns A L & Co, 51 E Columbia. 
Johns A S, 10 E Columbia. 
Kuntz F B, 10 Pearl. 
Kuntz G H, 11 Harrison. 
Meyer Wm H, 8 N Calhoun. 
Neireiter C B, 69 E Main. 
Sargent J E, e s Calhoun opp jail. 
Stover J W, 5 Aveline House Block. 
Wells G R, 36 Clinton. 



HATS, CAPS AND PURS. 

Durfee W R, 258 Calhoun. 
Fitch O B & Co, 34 Calhoun. 



Oliver Cliilled Plows 



T. J. NOLTON & CO. 
KEYSTONE BLOCK. 



For Kid Giov6s g^o. De wai.d & co/s 

464 R. L. POLK & CO.'S 

Golden & Monahan, 66 and 68 Calhoun. 

Kyle & Reid, 75 Calhoun. 

Pixley & Co, is and 17 Court and 58 and 60 Clinton. 

HIDES, PELTS AND PURS. 

Bash S & Co, 22 and 24 W Columbia. 
Weil Bros & Co, 85 E Columbia. 



HORSE COLLAR MNPRS. 

Racine Aime, cor 1st and N Cass. 
Racine F L, 36 N Cass. 



HORSESHOERS. 

{See also Slacksiniths.) 

Becker Frederick, 13 E Washington. 
Fogerty Edward, 16 Harrison. 
Freistroffer Henry, 41 W Main. 
Freistroflfer Simon, 116 W Main. 
Maroney & Dodge, Home ave. 
Waterhous & Bros, 83 E Columbia. 
Wise Wm & Bro, 363 S Calhoun. 



HOSPITALS. 

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



HOTELS. 

Austin House, 3 Railroad. 

Aveline House, s e cor Callioun and E Berry. 

Custer House, 16 and 18 W Main. {See adv, p 75. 

Darrow Hotel, 248 Calhoun. 

DriscoU House, 281 S Calhoun. 

Fleming House, 22 and 24 W Berry. 

Franz Mrs M, 233 Calhoun. 

Friiz Hotel, 10 E Berry. 

Harmon House, n w cor Calhoun and Chicago. 

Hedekin House, 25 Barr. 

McKinnie House, Penn depot. 

Miller J A, 49 W Main. 

Nave F E, cor Walton ave and P, F W & C Ry. 

Nickel Plate Hotel, 31 W Columbia. 

Oliver House, 107 and 109 E Columbia. 

Pennsylvania House, cor Calhoun and Superior. 

Racine House, n e cor N Cass and 1st. 



Kaag 



&Bro 



Soli LAMPS of all kinds cheap, 
I at: No. 5 East Columbia Street. 



L^^ TTTTT T Paints, Oils, Varnishes and 
• KJ, XX U JLiXj,, Glass, at 90 Calhoun St. 

PORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 465 

Rich's Hotel, n e cor Calhoun and Dousrlas ave. 

Robinson The, Harrison liead of (.'olumbia. 

Tremont Honse, 15 and 17 W Coinmbia. {/See ado, p 89.) 

Union House, 49 W Main. 

Washington House, 121 and 123 Calhoun. 

Windsor Hotel, 300 and 302 Calhoun. {See adv,p 81.) 



HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS. 
Ash H J, 9 E Columbia. 
Pickard C A & Co, 29 E Columbia. 
Seavey G W, 33 E Columbia. 
Staub Bros, 16 E Columbia. 
Wilson Georg^e H & Sons, 17 E Columbia. 



HOUSE MOVERS. 

Martin Wm, 225 Broadway. 



ICE DEALERS. 

Cody Maurice, 67 E Superior. 

Helling Frederick, 83 W Washington. 

Moran P A, 201 E Wayne. 

Schafer Christian, n w cor Main and Clay. 

INJECTORS— DUPLEX. 

Cowen G R, 110 Caihoun. {See adv, opp p 106.) 



INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Bossier H H, 34 Clinton. 

Buck W S, 60 Calhoun. 

Carier A H, l and 2 Foster Block. 

Dougall A H, 74 Calhoun. 

Fairbank Clark, 19 Court. {See right top lines.) 

Fisher D C, 32 E Berry. 

Glutting, Bauer & Michael, 7 Court. 

Graham^ J P: & Son, 26 P O Building. 

Harding D L, 29 P O Building. 

Kuhne & Co, 19 Court. 

LiUnibard S C, 36 Calhoun. 

Neireiter Conrad, 269 W Wasiiington. 

Olds C D, 5 Foster Block. 

Potter P L, 29 P O Building. 

Randall F P & Son, 24 Clinton. 

Schrader H C, 22 W Berry. 

Sienion & Bro, 50 Calhoun. {See hack cover.) 

Swayne S F, 44 Calhoun. 



D.SITES, 82 CALHOUN STREET 



31 



First National Bank. 5r^--^-/» -. i?*? 



Reorg-amzed 1883 



466 R. L. POLK & CO. S 



INSURANCE COMPANIES. 

Accident. 

Fidelity and Casualty of New York, 22 W Berry. 
Travelers of Hartford, 29 P O Building. 

Fire and Marine. 

^Etna of Hartford, 32 E Berry. 

American Central of St Louis, Mo, F P Randall & Son, 24 
Clinton. 

American of Newark, N J, 26 P O Building. 

American of Philadelpbia, 22 W Berry. 

Agricultural of Watertown, N Y, 44 Calhoun. 

British American Assurance Co of Toronto, Canada, 26 P O 
Building. 

Buffalo German of Buffalo, N Y, Edward Seidel Agent, 
52-1 Calhoun. 

City of London of England, 1 and 2 Foster Block. 

Clinton of N Y, 29 P O Building. 

Commercial Union of London, 1 and 2 Foster Block. 

Connecticut of Hartford, 1 and 2 Foster Block. 

Continental, New York, 22 W Berry. 

Detroit Fire & Marine, of Detroit, Mich, 7 Court. 

Farmers' of York,- Penn, 29 P O Bldg. 

Fire Association of Philadelphia, 36 Calhoun. 

Firemen's Fund of San Francisco, 32 E Berry. 

riremeii's of Dayton, O, Edward Seidel Agent, b2\ Cal- 
houn. 

Franklin of Philadelphia, 36 Calhoun. 

German American of New York, 36 Calhoun. 

German Mutual of Indianapolis, 19 Court. 

German of Peoria, 111, 5 Foster Block. 

German of Pittsburgh, Penn, 34 Clinton. 

Germania of New York, 32 E Berry. 

Girard, Philadelphia, 22 W Berry, 

Glens Falls of New York, 32 E Berry. 

Guardian of London, Eng, F P Randall & Son, 24 Clinton. 

Hamburg-Bremen, of Germany, 1 and 2 Foster Block. 

Hartford of Hartford, Conn, 24 Clinton. 

Hibernia of New Orleans, 5 Foster Block. 

Home of California, 29 P O Bldg. 

Home of New York, 26 Calhoun. 

Howard of New York, 26 P O Bldg. 

Imperial of England, 36 Calhoun. 

Indiana of Indianapolis, 34 Clinton. 

Insurance Co of North America, of Philadelphia, 26 P Bldg. 

Lancashire of Manchester, Eng, 19 Court. 



Troy StBBin Lsundry ^^^^^° ^-^ ^^^ aun^ojiNB. 



50 PEARL STBEBT. AGENTS 

WANTED in all SURROUND- 

J ING TOWNS. Teleplione 160. 



The PHOTOGRAPHER, 44 Calhoun St. 
TRY HIM FOR FINE CABINETS. 

FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY, 467 

Liverpool and London and Globe, 36 Calhoun. 

London Assurance Corporation of England, 26 P O Bldg. 

Loudon and Lancashire of England, 36 Calhoun. 

Louisville Underwriters, 22 W Berry. 

Merchants' of Newark, N J, 29 P O' Bldg. 

Michigan Fire and Marine of Detroit, 5 Foster Block. 

Milwaukee Mechanics', 29 P O Bldg. 

New Hampshire, 22 W Berry. 

New York Alliance, 7 Court. 

Niagara of New York, 36 Calhoun. 

North British and Mercantile, 26 Calhoun. 

Northern Assurance, London, 22 W Berry. 

Northwestern National of Milwaukee, 29 P O Bldg. 

Norwich Union of England, 19 Court. 

Orient of Hartford, Conn, 24 Clinton. 

Pennsylvania of Philadelphia, 26 P O Bldg. 

Phoenix of Brooklyn, 26 Calhoun. 

Phoenix of Hartford, Conn, 44 Calhoun. 

Phoenix of London, Eng, 22 W Berry. 

Queen of Liverpool and London, 1 and 2 Foster Block. 

Rochester German, 5 Foster Block. 

Royal of England, 36 Calhoun. 

Springfield of Massachusetts, 36 Calhoun. 

Sun Fire of London, Eng, 29 P O Bldg. 

Teutonia of Dayton, Ohio, 7 Court. 

Trans-Atlantic of Hamburg, 26 P O'Bldg. 

Travelers of Hartford, 32 E Berry. 

Underwriters of New York, 32 E Berry. 

Westchester, New York, 22 W Berry. 

Western Assurance, Canada, 22 W Berry. 

Life. 

Berkshire of Mass, 7 Court. 

Connecticut Mutual, 74 Calhoun. 

Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States, 60 Cal- 
houn. 

Germania of New York, 50 Calhoun. 

Manhattan of New York, 19 Court. 

Mutual Benefit of Newark, N J, 29 P O Bldg. 

Mutual of New York, 32 E Berry. 

Mutual Protection Association, Patrons of Husbandry, 2 Swin- 
ney Block. 

New England Mutual of Boston, Mass, 36 Calhoun. 

New York Life, 22 W Berry. 

New York Life, 36 Calhoun. 

Northwestern Mutual Life of Milwaukee, 26 P O Bldg. 

T. J. NOLTON & CO. 
KEYSTONE BLOCK. 



Skates, Revolvers, &c, 



Domestic Goods 



AT LOWEST PRICES AT 
G£0. De WALD & CO/S 



468 R. L. POLK & CO. S 



Penn Mutual of Philadelphia, 19 Court. {iSee ri<fht 

top line.^.) 
Standard Life Association The, 29 W Main. 

Travelers of Hartford, Conn, .S6 Calhoun. 



*IRON AND STEEL. 
Alderman & Yarnelle, 54 and 56 E Columbia. 



IRON DOORS AND SHUTTERS. 
Bass Foundry & Machine Works, Hanna s of railroad crossing. 



*IRON PENCE AND CRESTING. 

Kanning F H, 99 Madison. 

JEWELERS. 

See Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. 



JUNK DEALERS. 



Diehl M & Co, 209 Calhoun. 
Miller Wm, 2 Canal. 



JUSTICES OP THE PEACE. 



France H F, 13 E Main. 
Ryan Daniel, 22 E Berry. 

Scarlet Chester, 75^ Calhoun. 

\ ■ " 



LAGER BEER AGENTS. 
Hake F & Co, s w cor Harrison and Superior. {^See axlv, 

P 3.) 
Hey A A, 232 W Main. {See adv, p 83.) 
Schafer Christian, foot of E Main. 



LAMPS AND CHANDELIERS. 
K.aag & Bro, 5 E Columbia. {See left bottom lines.) 

LAUNDRIES. 

Barrett Hattie, 66 Murray. 

Danner O O, 60 Superior. 

Hassler Charles, 107 College. 

Lee Hop, 131 Calhoun. 

Lung Sing, 10 W Wayne. 

Sing See, 243 Calhoun. 

Troy Steam Laundry, 4S and 50 Pearl. {See left hot- 

tout, lines.) 

^ WGisfill's Goli Finis ^" ^"=-^--^ ^- 



Beauty and Durability 



The FASHIONABLE j T I" Xkl 0^\f^r9%f%mmmm \ ^ ^^* Guaranteed 
■X*.,ak.XXjOXl. I III I Yf Cll^llldnil I 162CalhounStreet 



FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 469 



LAWYERS. 

AldeTi S R, s e cor Court and Main. 

Bittiiiger A H, 27 P O Bldg. 

Bittinger J R, 20 E Berry. " 

Borden H D, 6 and 7 Mergel's Block. 

Breen W P, 44 Calhoun. 

Chapin & O'Ronrke. 62+ Calhoun. 

Colerick W G & P B, 21 Court. 

Col crick & Oppenlieim. 20 W Berry. 

Coombs, Bell & Morris, 32E Berry. 

Crane G D, 44 Calhoun. 

Dawson C M, 20 E Berry. -- 

Edg:erton J K, 57 W Main. 

Ellison T E, 10 Court. 

Fleming O E, 22 W Berry. 

France H F, 13 E Main. 

France J E K. 21 Court. 

Graff M L, 8 e cor Court and Main. 

Graham J E, 26 P O Bldg. 

Harper J B, 44 Calhoun. 

Havs C A, 28 P O Bldg. 

Ilench J M, 10 W Main. 

Jones G W, 75| Calhoun 

Kerr W J, 31 Calhoun. 

Miller N C, 75^ Calhoun. 

Morris, Aldrich &, Barrett, 52 Calhoun. 

Purman A A, 1 and 2 Foster Block. 

Randall & Vesey, 5 to 8 Foster Block. 

Rawles F W, 19 Court. 

Robertson R S, 62 Calhoun. 

Robinson J M, rooms 1 and 2 Mergel's Block. 

Rodabaugh J F, 60 Calhoun. 

Ryan Daniel, 22 E Beiry. 

Shambaugh W H, s e cor Main and Court. 

Sinclair & Hanna, 6 and 7 Mergel'.s Block. 

Spencer & Jenkinson, 33 Calhoun. 

Stewart U H, 80 Calhoun. 

Stratton Irvin, 22 E Berry. 

Swavne S F, 44 Calhoun. 

Taylor B S, 34 E Berry. 

Wilson T W, 25 P O Building. 

Wiseman I L, SO Calhoun. 

Worden C H, .34 E Berry. 



LEATHER AND PIN DINGS. 
Boerger G W, 39 E Main. 
Freiburger S & !>ro, 24 E Main. 



Ask for the Rhinegold, 



It is tlie FIX£ST 
B££R BREWED. 



Of every description of 
—my own importatioii. — 
GRAFFE, comer 
Calhoun & Columbia Sts. 



Mftrlil8(!M8,(lperifasaii(lSi!idMlesi 

470 R. L. POLK & CO.'S 

*LIGHTNING RODS. 
Spice J & Son, 48 W Main and 11 Pearl. {See adv,p69.) 



LIME, PLASTER AND CEMENT. 

Baltes Michael, 3 Harrison. 

Liillie & Munsoil, Calhoun opp Nickel Plate Passenger 

Depot. 
Moellering Wm, 53 to 59 Murray. (See adv, p 61.) 



LIQUORS. 

See Wines and Liiquors. 



LIVERY, BOARDING AND SALE STABLES. 

Barnum G P, 91 E Columbia, 

Cosgrove F K, Jr, 13 and 15 Pearl. 

Fletcher J F, 32 Ban-. {See adv, p 89.) 

Glynn Matthias, 53 E Main. {See adv, p 81.) 

Israel Henry, ill Broadway. 

Ligget Bros, 5 and V N Harrison. 

Myers C F, 112 Webster. 

Pearse J C, 263 Calhoun. 

Perrien A C, 62 E Wayne. 

Read A J, 18 W Wayne. 

Read H J, 66 Harrison. 

Rippe & Son, 84 and 86 Broadway. 

Stapleford & Co, s e cor Lafayette and Columbia. 

Winkelmeyer Henry & Co, cor Clinton and Nickel Plate Ry. 



LOAN AGENTS. 

Carrier A H, 1 and 2 Foster Block. 
Fisher D C, 32 E Berry. 
Glutting, Bauer & Michael, 7 Court. 
Graham J E & Son, 26 P O Building. 
Hayden & Douglass, 26 Court. 
Jones G W, 75^ Calhoun. 
Lunibard S C, 36 Calhoun. 



LOCKSMITHS AND BELLHANGERS. 
Lade S P. {See top) end a^id p 87.) 



*LOOKING GLASSES. 
Kaag & Bro, 5 E Columbia. {See left bottom lines.) 

For PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS ADDRESS 
■ WIKB & MAHURIH) StTeetrFortWayncInd. 



The Penn Mutual 



T TTf TTVTCJ nr\ oi Philadelphia. Incorpor- 
Jblr fj iJNOi UUi ated 18<7. The IntereBt- 
Reeeipts of the i ompany, since organization, exceed 
the total amount paid for Death Losses. It Leads in 
Dividenda Its Policies are Incontes table. CLARK F AIKBA?! K, Gen'l Agt., Fort Wa yne, Ind. 

FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY, 471 

LUMBER DEALERS. 

Beaver A C, w s S Broadway 1 n of bridge. 

Beaver, Miller & Co, n e cor Francis and Hayden. 

Coombs & Co, s e cor Main and Clinton. 

Diether Louis, s s E Superior nr Clinton. 

Hoffman Bros, 200 W Main. {ISeeadv, oppp 218.) 

Klett Jacob, n e cor Pearl and Ewing. 

Peters Box & Lumber Co The, 79 to 101 High. {See 

adv, back fly.) 
Peters J C, n w cor Main and Osage. 
Rhinesmith & Simsonson, s w cor W, St L & P Ry. 



LUMBER MNPRS. 

Hardwood. 
Cromwell J C, 26 Court. 

Hoffman Bros, 200 W Main. {See adv, opp p 218.) 
Peters Box & Lumber Co The, 79 to 101 High. {See 

adv, back fly.) 
Peters J C, n w cor Main and Osage. 
Strack & Aiigell, s w cor Clinton and Berry. 
Tagtmeyer David, n w cor Cass ave and N Y, C & St L Ry. 
Taylor H C & Co, s w cor Virginia and Monroe. {See adv, 

p57.) 



LYING-IN HOSPITAL. 

Thayer Frederick, 54 Walton ave. 



*MANTELS ANO GRATES. 
Carter Wm & Son, 29 Clinton. {See adv,p 59.) 



MANUFACTURERS' AGENTS. 
Brillhart J S, 220 W Jefeerson. 



MARBLE WORKS. 

Griebel, Wyckoff & Becker, 74 W Main. 



MATTRESS MNPRS. ' 
Kegelmann Julius, n e cor E Wayne and Walton ave. 



MEAT MARKETS. 

{See also Poi'k Packers.) 

Bailey George, 67 Wilt. 
Bicknese F W, 75 Williams. 

Razors and Shears. l^^iiS^i\to^^\ 



Geo. De Wald & Co. '^'^^o^^^st and cheapest 



Dry Goods House in the City. 



4 72 R. L. POLK & CO. S 



Burhenn E A, 852 Broadway. 

Eck:trt Frederick, 60 Calhoun. 

Eyt»eii J A, 283 Hanna. 

Frank Mendel, 208 Hauna. 

Fry II W, 109 E Lewifs. 

Ge-sler A F, 60 E Main. 

Haiber C F, 122 Wells. 

Haiber G W, s w cor Hanna and Creighton ave. 

Haiber Lorenz, 15 High. 

Hailer George, 866 S Calhoun. 

Hood Robert, 100 Barr. 

Huguenard Julius, 100 Maumee road. 

Jobst Amand, 827 Lafayette. 

Kabisch F C, 135 Fairfield ave. 

Kelsey J T, 22 Harrison, 

Kolin Charles, 42 Maumee road, 

Koru John, 184 Fairfield ave. 

Kuntz Adam, 360 W Main. 

Leikauf J J, 94 Barr. 

Lenz Frederick, 170 Hanna. 

Meisner Christopher, 117 Wallace. 

Noli Upton, s w cor E Creighton ave and Lillie, 

Pfleiderer Jacob, 199 E Washington. 

Rich Edwin, 17 W Berry, 

Ross J P & Co, 25 W Columbia. 

Rowe & Spencer, 1 Highland. 

Shaw D J, 28 Smith. 

Weller Charles, 123 Harrison. 

Wilkens C & Bros, 112 Broadway. 

Wolf Leopold, 189 Broadway. 

Wyatt H M, 42 E Columbia! 

Yobst Louis, 246 Calhoun. 



*MBDICAL AND SURGICAL INSTITUTES. 

Fort Wayne Medical & Surgical Institute, 143 

Calhoun. 



*MEDICINE MNPRS, 

{/See also Patent Medicine M?ifrs.) 
Clippinger A H, 53 W DeWald. 
Sweeney Abraham, 37 E DeWald. 



BiERCHANT TAILORS. 

See also Tailors. 
Clark J M, 34 E Berry. 
Foster Andrew, 15 W Wayne. 



Kaag 



&Bro. 



Sell Chandeliers and Fancy Table 
Lamps, at No. 5 East Columbia St. 



L/N TTTTT T ^^^^ Paper, Paints and 
, KJ , JlX U JuiJ^^ Painting, 90 Calhoun St. 

FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 473 

Friend A I & H, 26 Calhoun. 

Grimrac J H & Sons, 114 Calhoun. 

Havdung Frederick, 128 Calhoun. 

Jaxtlieimer Leon hard, 8 W Wayne. {iSee adv, p 87.) 

Kramer Bernard, 18 W Berry. {/See adv,p 87.) 

Rabus John, 16 W Berry. 

Schefflei' Gustav, 13 Harrison. 

Schmidt G & Bro, 7(» E Main. 

Seenieier Gottlieb, 134 Broadway. 

Thieme J Gr & Bro, 37 and"30 E Columbia. 

Vogel F B, 29 Calhoun. 

Wasserbach John, 40 Harrison. 

Weitzniann T F, 162 Calhoun. {See ri(jht top liyies.) 

Younof & Co, 27 E Main. 



MID WIVES. 

Mo^sharamer Mrs B, 243 E Wayne. 
Ratiiert Amelia, 51 Wilt. 



MILLINERY. 

Adams & Steely, 29 Calhoun. 
Bakes Mrs Jacob, 30 W Main. 
Hall S B, 34 W Main. 
Irwin Mrs S E, 1 1 E Columbia. 
Keei Mrs AC, 137 Bro;) d way. 
Koch Mrs M, 76 Barr. 
Krntzsch Mrs Herman. 86 Calhonn. 
Krull M & L, 268 E Washington. 
Noli c% Golden, 14 W Berry. 
Quinn Miss M E, 136 Fairfield ave. 
Raal) Mi88 M L, 175 E Washington. 
Rowe Mrs N B, 256 Calhoun. 
Ruch Mrs C B. 339 W Main 
Schilling MB, 31 E Main. 
Stier Mrs G J, 32 Clinton. 



*MODEL MAKERS. 
Kegtel PP, 133 Calhoun. 



♦MONUMENTS AND TOMBSTONES. 
Keller & Brnnner, 124 W Main, 

MUSIC TEACHERS. 
Albert Miss J A, 164 E Lewis. 
Fort Wayne Conservatory of Music, 22, 24 and 26 E 

Main. 



H.C.SITES,82 CALHOUN STREET 



First Naiional Bank. ??p"?i-*-'»'i-p^«' 



$375,000.- 



474 R. L. POLK & co.'s 



Goebel Frederick, 32 W Main. 
Heath W F, 154 Griffith. 
Joost Albert, 132 W Jefferson. 
Wells Alice, 43 Lavina. 



MUSIC AND MUSICAL INSTRUMBNTS. 

(See also Organ Mnfrs; also Pianos and Organs.) 

Mohr Louis, 138 Calhoun. 

Sienion & Bro, so Calhoun. {See outside hack cover.) 



♦MUSICAL INSTRUMENT REPAIRERS. 
Kestel P P, 133 Calhoun, 



NEWSDEALERS. 

Keel AC, 139 Broadway. 

Rogers A A, P O Building. 

Siemoil & Bro, so Calhoun. [See back cover.) 

NEWSPAPERS. 

Daily. 

Fort Wayne Daily Gazette, 30 E Berry. {See adv, 
opp p 239.) 

Fort Wayne Daily News, 19 E Main. {See adv,p 67.) 
Fort Wayne Sentinel, 107 Calhoun. {See adv, p 71.) 
Indiana Staats Zeitung, n e cor Clinton and Columbia. 

{See adv, p> 73.) 
Morning Journal The, 20 E Berry. {See adv, p 67.) 

{ Weeklg.) 

Fort Wayne Gazette, 30 E Berry. {See adv, oppp 239.) 
Fort Wayne Sentinel, 107 Calhoun. {See adv,p 71.) 
Fort Wayne Weekly ?s"ews, 19 E Main. {See adv, p 67.) 
Indiana Katliolisclies Woclienblatt. 13 E Main. 

{See adv, p 73.) 
Weekly Journal The, 20 E Berry. {See adv, p 67.) 
Weekly Visitor The, 1O6 Calhoun. {See adv, p 71.) 
Weltburger The, Court. 
World The, 24 Clinton. 

{Monthly.) 

American Fanner, 107 Calhoun. 

{Quarterly.) 

Fort Wayne Journal of the Medical Sciences, s w cor Calhoun 
and Berry. 

50 PEARL ST., is constantly 
—putting in New Macliinery.— 



Troy Steam Laundry 



Fnr TIN-TYPF^ go to Hamilton ah Gallery,S^E. 



cor. Calhoun and Columbia Sts. 



FORT WAYNE DIKECTORY. 475 



NOTARIES PUBLIC. 

Bossier H H, 34 Clinton. 

Carier A H, 1 and 2 Foster Block. 

Craw E L, 32 E Berry. 

Fisher D C, 32 E Berry. 

France J E K, 21 Court. 

Fiirste F L, 1 and 2 Foster Block. 

Kerr W J, 31 Calhoun. 

Olds C D, 5 Foster Block. 

Schrader H C, 22 W Berry. 

Westrumb H C F, 415 E Washington. 



NOTIONS. 

{See also Fmicy Goods and Notiojis.) 

Bond W J & Son, 42 Calhoun. 

DeWald George & Co, n e cor Calhoun and Columbia. 

{See top left lines and front edge.) 
Frank M & Co, 64 Calhoun. 
Jenkinson &, Spencer, 25 W Wayne. 
Kane James M & Bro, 24 Calhoun. 
Koch Mrs M, 76 Barr. 

Mergentheim Alexander, n w cor Calhoun and Main. 
Muirhead Mrs R, 201 Calhoun. 
Wolf Louis & Co, 54 Calhoun. 

NURSES. 

Bronson Mrs D, 5 Brandriff. 
Clark Victoria, 5 Brandriff. 



OCULISTS AND AURISTS. 
Blade Philip, 66 E Columbia. 
Dills T J, 108 E Berry cor Lafayette. 

Seaton Joliu, n w cor Calhoun and Columbia. {See adv, 
p 79.) 



OIL MNPRS— LINSEED. 
Hughes Joseph & Co, 20 W Columbia. 



*OIL STOVES. 
Pickard C A & Co, 29 E Columbia. 



OILS. 

{See also Paints, Oils and Glass.) 
Standard Oil Co, 106 Calhoun. 



Builders' Hardware/-^- ^^°"™^' ^ "° 



KSYSTONE BLOCK. 



M Silks ai Iw Urn, at h h Mi !i k\ 



476 R. L. POLK & CO.'S 



OMNIBUS AND HA.CK LINES. 
Powers & Barnett, lo E Wayne. 



OPTICIANS. 
Kuhne F W & Sons, 19 Court. 



ORGAN MNPRS. 

Fort Wayne Organ Co, Office and Works e s Fairfield 
ave i mile s of city limits. 



OVERALL MNPRS. 
Hoosier Mnfg- Co, 28 and 30 E Berry, 



PAIL MNPRS. 

See Coopers. 



PAINTERS. 

Carriage. 

Alter Jacob, 20 Wilt. 

Fresco. 

Hull L O, 90 Calhoun. [See right top lities.) 
Wilding & Son, 191 and 193 Calhoun. 

House and Sig-x, 

Adams & Coombs, 110 Calhoun. 

Brimmer J H, 7 Harrison. 

Fee Thomas, 57 N Cass. 

Harrison W S, 27 Clinton. 

Hartraann Frederick, 46 W Main and 9 Pearl. 

Hild H J, 149 W Main. 

Hoffmann Daniel, w s Reed 2 n of Pontiac. 

Hull L O, 90 Calhoun. {See right top lines.) 

Hull S W, 27 Clinton. 

Nestel E P, 115 E Lewis. 

Starkey O L, 12 W Columbia. 

Stoneburner Elias, w s Walton ave 4 s of Creighton ave. 

Taor C J, 99 E Washington. 

Wilding & Son, 191 and 193 Calhoun. 

Yerojens Wm jr, 136 Broadway. 

Zink J W, 120 Samuel. 

^J^a U/oiooll l^'^fr^^ 3* CALHOUN STREET, 
^» W eiSeil, DENTIST, -FOET WAYNE, IND.- 



T. F. Weiizmann 



162 CA.LHOUN STEEET, MAKES THE 

BEST CLOTHES FQR THE MONEY IK 

I THE CiXY OF FORT WAYNE. 



FORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 477 

PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS. 

(See also Oils.) 
Drier & Bro, n w cor Calhoun and Columbia. 
Hull Li O, 90 Caliioun. {See right top lines.) 
Meyer Bros & Co, 2 and 9 Keystone Block. (See adv,p 

65.) 
Starkey O L, 12 W Columbia. 
Wilding & Son, 191 and 19a Calhoun. 
Yergens Win jr, 136 Broadway. 



PAPER DEALERS. 

Wholesale. 
Fisher Bros, 28 E Berry. 
Yohey J M, 32 E Main. 



PAPER HANGERS. 

Hull L O, 90 Calhoun. {See right top li?ies.) 
Hull S W, 27 Clinton. 

Wilding- & Son, 191 and 193 Calhoun. 
Yergens Wra jr, 136 Broadway. 



*PAPER PATTERNS. 
Mohr Louis, Domestic, 64 E Columbia. 



*PAPER STOCK. 

Diehl M & Co, 209 Calhoun. 



PATENT MEDICINE MNPRS. 

[See also Jlediei/ie 3Infrs.) 

Meyers Bros & Co, 2 and 9 Keystone Block. {See adv^ 
p 65.) 



PATENT SOLICITORS. 
Kerr W J, 31 Calhoun. 



PAWNBROKERS. 

Goldsmith H N, 82 Calhoun. 
Mariotte Louisa, 13 W Columbia. 



Shunian Erastns, 43 E Main. 



*PENSION AGENTS, 
Kerr W J, 31 Calhoun. 

The RHINE60LD BEER»,n»iiI 



H. C. GRAFFE, 



Cor. Calhouu and Columbia Streets. Sole Agent for 
the Celebrated Bockford Watches, also a foil line 
of all the different American and Swiss Watches. 



478 R. L. POLK & CO.'S 



PHARMACISTS— MNPG. 

Keller Medicine Co, 69 to 75 Harrison. 



PHOTOGRAPHERS. 

Allen Mrs Rose, 129 Broadway. 

Barrows T R, 18 W Berry. 

Hover F, 60 Calhoun. 

Hover J V, 112 Calhoun. 

Jones M L, 44 Calhoun. {See right top lines.) 

Schanz Felix, 16 W Berry. 

Shoaff J A, 21 and 23 W Berry. 

Soramer Carl, 30 Calhoun. 



PHYSICIANS. 

Allen D M, 113 Barr. 

Ayres H P, 114 Clinton. 

Bartely Michael, 167 Harmer. 

Blade Philip, 66 E Columbia. 

Bo wen G W, 12 W Main. 

Bmebach G T, 171 Clinton. 

Buchinail A P, s w cor Broadway and Washington. 

Chambers J D, 80 Calhoun. 

Dills T J, 108 E Berry cor Lafayette. 

Dinnen J M, 76 Calhoun. 

Ferguson W T, 179 Clinton. 

Fiser CM, 286 Calhoun. 

Garcl B, 143 Calhoun. 

Glock Frederick, 270 Hanna. 

Gregg J S, 176 E Wavne. 

Green M F, 139 W Main. 

Greenwalt G L, 4 E Columbia. 

Harris E F, 48 W Wayne. 

Harris L P, 48 W Wayne. 

Jones J H, 320 W Jefferson. 

Kiiode R S, s w cor Calhoun and Berry." 

Laubacll Arthur J, n w cor Washington and Barr. 

Leonard P M, 429 E Washington. 

McCaskey G- W, n e cor E Berry and Barr. 

McCausland J W, 188 Lafayette. 

McCullough Howard, 180 Harrison. 

McCullough T P, 180 Harrison. 

Martz Christian, 15 W Jefferson. 

Myers H S, 7 W Columbia. 

Myers W H, 7 W Columbia. 

Nieschang C C F, 298 Calhoun. 



iDEiinca8QLH0iissiwi,rr»;ki; 



For PLANS and SPECIFICATIONS address 

Architects, 37 Calhoun 

I Street, Fort Wayne, Ind. 



The PENN 'MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. of Philadelphia. Assets, $10,000,000.00 
Incorporated 1847. Policies Non-Forfeiting and Incontestable. Samuel C. Huey, President. 
Edward M. Needles, Vice-President. H. S. Stepliens, 2d Vice-President. Henry C. Brown, Secretary 
J. W. Iredell, Jr., bupt. Western .Agencies, Cincinnati, O. CLARK FALRBANK, Gien'l Agt., Ft. Wayne' 

rORT WAYNE DIRECTORY. 479 

Payton & Chandler, 52 Calhoun. {See adv,]) 5.) 

Porter M F, 106 Fairfield ave. 

Poyneer G W, 86 Calhoun. 

Prior H W, 18 E Columbia. 

Proegler Carl, 46 Wall. 

Rosenthal I N, 96 W Berry. 

Ross G A, 15 E Washington. 

Schraitz Charles, 116 College. 

Schutt L C, 294 Calhoun. 

Searles J D, 307 S Calhoun. 

Smith C S, 38 Douglas ave. 

Stemen C B, s w cor Calhoun and Berry. 

Stemen G C, s w cor Calhoun and Berry. 

Sweringen H V, 197 W Wayne. 

Thayer Frederick, 54 Walton ave. 

Trexler Lesher, 79 W DeWald. 

VanBuskirk A E, 416 S Calhoun. 

Virgil T S, 70 Harrison. 

West Jacob, 92 Calhoun. 

Wheelock K K, 94 Calhoun. 

Whery Wra P, 94 Calhoun. 

Younge J W, 167 E Jefferson. 



PIANOS AND ORGANS. 

{See also Organ Mnfrs; also Music and Musical Instruments.^ 

Baldwin D H, 98 Calhoun. 

Taylor Bros Piano Co The, 89 Calhoun. 

Waofner & Joost, 17 W Main. 



PICTURES AND PICTURE FRAMES. 

K.eil & Bro, 36 Calhoun. {See adv, opp p 238.) 

Mayer J M, 142 Calhoun. 

Sienion & Bro, 50 Calhoun. {See back cover.) 



PLANING MILLS. 

{See also Sash, Doors and Blinds.) 

Cochrane & Humphrey, loo Pearl. {Seeadv,p 83.) 
Hoffman Bros, 200 WMain. {See adv, opp p 318.) 
Peters Box & Lumber Co The, 79 to 101 High. {See 

adv, hack fly.) 
Rhinesmith & Simonsou, s w cor Lafayette and W, St L & P 

Ry. 
Scheimann & Co, s s Taylor 2 e of S Broadway. 



Mechanics' Tools 



T J. NOLTON & CO. 
KEYSTONE BLOCK 



Only GoodMs 



SOLID .^T 

GEO. Be WALD & CO.'S. 



480 K. L. POLK & CO.'s 



PLATE GLASS. 
Morg-an & Beach, If^ and 21 E Columbia. 



*PLATED WARE. 
Noltoil T J & Co, 22 Calhoun, {See ru/ht bottom lines.) 



PLATING WORKS. 

Schild J 8, 35 E Main. 

PLOW MNPRS. 

{/See also Ar/rlcidtaral Iiaplements.) 
Edfferton J K, 57 W Main. 



PLUMBERS, STEAM AND GAS FITTERS. 

Boweii G R, 110 Calhoun, {See adv, oppp 106.) 
Hattersley A & Sons, 48 E Main. {See embossed line on 

back cover.) 
Ogdeil Robert. {See embossed line on. front cover.) 



*POP MNPRS. 

{See also Bottlers.) 
Braiues L & Co, 29 and ;il Barr, {See adv, p 7.) 



PORK PACKERS. 

{See also J/eat Markets.) 
Eckart Frederick, 00 Calhoun. 

POTASH MNPRS. 

Strasburg Christian, foot of E Main. 



POTTERIES. 

Post Bernard, 284 W Main, 



POWDER. 

Wholesale and Retail. 
Jenne C R, 88 Barr. 
Lade S P. {See top end and p 87.) 



1^390 fb Drn S^LL HAND-FAINTED CUPS AND 
IxdCtg Qb DlUi SAUCEKS, at No. 5 East Columbia St. 



The story of Picturesque Mackinac has caused thousands of strangers to visit our northern lakes. 
Information and Excursion rates can be obtained at all Ticket offices 

ia the United States and Canada, 




Or address C. D. WHITCOMB, Gen'l Pass. Agt., Detroit & Cleve. Steam Nav. Co., Detroit, Mich. 

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ACATION is a cessation of work, and a diver- 
sion of the mind into new and pleasant channels. 
While it may seem like idleness to loll around at 
the seashore, the country farm or among the 
/ mountains, it is a repairing and oiling of the machin- 
ery, necessary to the better accomplishment of work. 
If you can find rest and recreation during the sultry 
months, you gain thereby. A water trip best quiets the nerves, 
diverts the mind. We leave carping cares behind as soon as 
and drift away from worries and anxieties of office, study, work- 
shop and household, are interested in the changing scenes and in the enjoyment of solid 
comfort, float lazily and dream. We revel in the freedom, the dolce far niente, the pure, 
bracing air, the beauties of sky and sea, watch with fascination the leaping spray at the 
steamer's bow, fall to noting the ever-changing billows, and enter into projects for amuse- 
ment started by others, or, originate them ourselves with the zest of a child. 

On board a steamer we live a new, novel and fresh life, such as is never experienced 
on land. To those who enjoy great Nature's work, we would say: 

Mackinac island is among the grandest and most romantic of spots. Visitors are voluble 
with story and legend of every bold cliff and cave and fallen rock 'around the tsland, and 
many a pencil, brush and camera are brought to bear on the wonders found. Every section 
of the country sends visitors annually. The invalid is attracted by the wonderful purity of 
the atmosphere, the climate being noted as a sanitarium for hay fever and bronchial affections. 
Great numbers visit this region to escape from orge'' relief of these maladies; many experience 
an improvement on entering Lake Huron. No other resort possesses such entertaining 
features. The surrounding country offers endless attractions to the adventurous. Gamey 
fish lurk in all the inland lakes and rivers with which the State of Michigan abounds. Its 
forests are the hiding places of furred and feathered creatures, which afford fine sport. 

Mackinac Island is reached by the Detroit and Cleveland Steam Navigation Company, 
by the pleasant lake route, with a splendid line of palatial iron steamers, the largest, 
swiftest and most luxurious on fresh water, forming the only comfortable route to this island 
resort. These floating palaces were recently built especially for the summer tourists' travel. 
The forward and after saloons, in mahogany and walnut respectively, are magnificently 
appointed and tastefully decorated, and their elegant rooms and parlors are replete with 
modern improvements. The lower saloons are devoted to dining halls, which entirely 
separate the culinary departments from the main saloons, a desirable feature only possible on 
these large side-wheel steamers. Their bill of fare, which is equal to that of any first-class 
hotel, includes all the luxuries of the season, and the price charged barely meets the outlay. 
Berth? are in rooms, an upper, single width, and a lower, double width, in each, are fur- 
nished with wire and hair mattrasses and Pullman blankets. These steamers have watertight 
compartments, and their feathering paddles give unusual speed, without jar or noise. This 
water trip cannot be excelled anywhere, and the round trip affords a daylight view of all the 
route. No more comfortable place can be found outside of one's own home in which to 
spend the sultry days, than on board these splendidly appointed steamers. The changing 
scenes and fresh, bracing air, will benefit many who vainly seek relief at physicians' hands, 
and physicians urgently recommend this particular trip. 



Take the Detroit & Cleveland Steam Navigation Co.'s Palace Side-Wheel Steamers. 



These steamers stop at the island both ways, giving those who wish to return on the 
same trip, from four to six hours in which to view the curiosities and wonders, or, you can 
return by one of them every thirty-six hours. Tickets for transportation can be procured 
from any ticket agent. Round trip tickets are good for the season. The round trip occu- 
pies four and one-half days from Cleveland, or two and three-quarters days from Detroit 
The few landings made en route are just sufficient to interest without being tedious. 
Some of your neighbors have certainly made this trip. Enquire about it. 

The Cost from Cleveland — This item has received our thoughtful consideration, 
and is the least possible to insure complete comfort, tickets covering transportation being 
only $4,50 oneway, or $7.00 round trip; (half fare for children between five and twelve 
years of age.) Meals are 50 cents each; the same for children over three years old; under 
that age 25 cents, and for the first table. The running time, Cleveland to Mackinac, includes five 
meals at50 cents each, or $2. 50 each way. Some passengers bring their own lunch. An upper 
berth of single width is $2.00, a lower berth of double width $3.00. Each room will accom- 
modate three persons, by two occupying the lower berth. Put the items together, say for 

Single Trip. Round Trip. 

Transportation $ 4 50 $ 7 CO 

5 meals at 50 cents each 2 50 5 CO 

An upper berth for the trip 2 GO 4 CO 

Total with upper berth $3 00 $IG CO 

Extra for a lower berth ...100 2 CO 

Total with lowtr berth $10 00 $13 00 

Two persons in one room ($9 and $10) $ 19 00 • $34 00 or $17 00 each. 

Three persons in one room add the 

transportation and meals only for the extra person. .$ 7 00 $ 12 00 

Total cost, Cleveland to Mackinac • 

for three persons occupying but one room $25 00 $46 00 or $15 34 each. 

This delightful trip by water of 940 miles in the round trip, occupies 4-i- days, costing 
only $16.00 to $18.00, or about $3.75 per day. You cannot go anywhere and compass 
so much enjoyment and solid comfort by the way. By rail you reach Mackinac a few hours 
earlier possibly, which is all that can be said in its favor, and is of the least consequence 
when seeking, pleasure, rest and recreation. It is certainly hot and dusty, you are cramped 
for room, and the little strengtii you start with is likely to be used up, especially is this 
the case with ladies and children. A summer trip should be planned to get all the quiet 
and fresh air possible. Why do you leave home at all? Simply to reverse the excitement 
of business cares, the bustle, hurry and rush. Such complete relief is only found by taking 
a water trip, the scenery is varied and attractive, and there is ample time for a good look at 
every interesting object. One way bi; steamer would be better than all rail. The outsido 
expenses by rail will pay the cost by water. Have you taken this view of the matter? 

Steamers City of Detroit and Northwest, which form the Lake Erie Division w'th a 
nightly service (Sundays excepted) leave Cleveland at 20.30 o'clock, arrive at Detroit tho 
following morning at 5.30 o'clock. Returning, leave Detroit at 22.00 o'clock, arrive Cleve- 
land 5.30 o'clock, starKJard time. The fare between the two cities is $2.25 single trip, which 
is one-half of rail fare, or $4.00 round trip. Upper berths are $1.00, lower berths $1.50. 
Among the advanced steps taken by this Company is that of not including the cost of berths 
in the ticket fare, which happily disposes of the vexatious question, how to best care for tho 
comfort of our patrons. Commercial travelers, usually confined to the hot, dusty, noisj 
rail car, avail themselves of the charming quiet, cool, fresh air and the luxury of a full 
night's rest afforded by this night line by water. 

Passengers can time it to make close connections at Detroit with steamers City of 
Mackinac and City of Alpena, which form the Lake Huron Division and leave every Wednes- 
day and Friday mornings at 10 o'clock, Monday and Saturday nights at 22.00 o'clock for 
Mackinac and principal Lake Huron ports. The quickest trip and closest connection is made 
by taking steamer City of Detroit Tuesday or Thursday evening from Cleveland. Breakfast 
on board before reaching the Company's wharf. 

The Detroit & Cleveland Steam Navigation Company's 



The Cost from Detroit— Transportation is $3,00 single, or $5.00 round trip. The 
running trnne includes four meals at 50 cents, or $2.00 each way. An upper berth of singie 
width IS $1.00, a lower berth of double width is $1.50 for the trip. 

Put these itenns together, say for 

Single Trip. Round Trip. 

Transportation $ 3 00 $ 5 00 

4 meals at 50 cents each 2 00 4 00 

An upper berth for the trip I 00 2 00 

Total with upper berth $ 6 00 $ II 00 

Extra for a lower berth 50 I 00 

Total with lower berth $6 50 $12 00 

Two persons in one room ($6.00 and $6.50) 12 50 23 00 or $11 50 each. 

Three persons in one room, add transportation and meals 

only for the extra person 5 00 9 00 

Total cost Detroit to Mackinac 

for three persons occupying but one room $17 50 $32 00 or $10 67 each. 

A single individual desiring to occupy a room by himself, can arrange for it at an advance 
of the aboye prices. Meals and berths are arranged for exclusively by the company. 

This delightful trip from Detroit to Mackinac by water, a distance of 740 miles in the 
round trip, occupying 2| days, costing only $11.00 or $12.00, or about $4.00 per day, is 
within the reach of a large number who make a practice of leaving home for a short time 
during the summer months. 

It is not expensive by steamer. 

These steamers being side-wheelers and large, afford the utmost comfort. 

Parties who intend taking the Wednesday or Friday morning steamer, and arrive in 
Detroit Tuesday or Thursday evening, will be accommodated with rooms for those nights 
without extra charge, if applied for early in the evening at the General Passenger Office. 

The Trip to IVIackinac. The steamer City of Detroit or Northwest leaves the Com- 
pany'swharf, 23 River street, Cleveland, at 20.30 o'clock. Fifteen minutes are consumed in 
getting out of the river. A bright light on the port bow marks the crib built as a protection 
to the lake tunnel through which the city receives its water supply. From the end of the 
piers our steamer heads for Point Pelee Light, sometimes called the Dummy, which is fifty 
miles from Cleveland and sixty from Detroit. Point Pelee is a headland on the Canadian 
shore, projecting several miles into the lake at the entrance to Pigeon Bay, and with the 
many islands in the vicinity, form the most picturesque scenery on Lake Erie. We then head 
for Point Pelee Island Light. This island contains a few inhabitants, and abounds in red 
cedar and fine limestone. Several small islands lie to the south, called East Middle and 
West Sister, Hen and Chickens, North, Middle and South Bass, Put-In-Bay and Kelley's 
Island, the latter famous for its grape culture and native wines. From Point Pelee Island we 
run across Pigeon Bay to Colchester light ship, then to Bar Point light ship near the entrance 
to Detroit river. If you care to rise at this hour — about four — you will be well repaid by the 
early morning trip up the river. The river is twenty-seven miles long, and one-half to three 
miles wide, with a current of three miles per hour. 

On the left, just before reaching Detroit, is Fort Wayne, which is garrisoned and 
mounted with heavy ordinance. We land at the Michigan Central railroad depot, at 5.30 
o'clock in the morning, for passengers for the interior who go by rail. Mackinac passengers 
have breakfast on this steamer, after which we proceed to the Company's Wayne street 
wharf, where on Wednesday and Friday mornings the steamer City of Mackinac or City of 
Alpena are found nearly ready to sail. Mondays and Saturdays they do not leave until 
night, which gives an excellent opportunity to view the beauties of Detroit. 

A trip of thirty hours by the City of Mackinac Wednesday mornings at 10 o'clock, and 
Saturday nights at 22 o'clock, or the City of Alpena Monday nights at 22 o'clock, and 
Friday mornings at 10 o'clock brings you to the great historic summer resort and sanitarium, 
Mackinac Island. At the hour of departure from Detroit our steamer springson the stern line, 
and swings out towards the middle of the river, clear of all obstructions, and in a moment is 



Side-Wheel Steamers are the Finest on Fresh Water. 



under full speed. Taking the channel on the east or Canadian side of Belle Isle Park, our 
course lies straight across Lake St. Clair, which is 22 miles long and 22 wide, to the St. 
Clair Flats. The entrance to St. Clair river through the narrow winding channels at this point 
was formerly attended with great danger. To improve and shorten the entrance, the U. S. 
Government constructed a ship canal, which was completed in I 87 I , at a cost of $653,550. 
It is 8,200 feet long, 200 feet wide, and I 5 feet deep. 

The St. Clair Flats belong to the government, and those who have built cottages, hotels 
and club houses, hold possession by the right of Squatter Sovereignty only. The buildings 
are set on dry land, made with earth dredged from around each site, Before many years the 
bank on the American side will be lined with public and private resorts. The St. Clair river is 
48 miles long, 1^ wide, and is the connecting link between the great upperand lower lakes, 
the water of which will pass over Niagara Falls and down the St. Lawrence river a few weeks 
hence. Unlike the great Mississippi, the beautiful Hudson, and other famous rivers, the 
waters of the St. Clair are always clear. Not only does the traffic upon this river impress 
one with the vastness of the commerce of the great lakes, but its continually changing pano- 
ramic views produce a lasting effect on the mind. A pen description can scarcely do justice 
to this magnificent stream, which possesses a magnetic attraction that of itself draws pleasure 
and health seekers to its shores. 

it is the finest and purest stream of water in the world, the pride of the people who 
reside on its banks, and the admiration of tourists. These steamers stop on the river at 
Marine City and St. Clair on the up trip only. Port Huron is an important distributing point 
for the company's business to and from upper ports and points in the interior of Canada and 
Michigan. From Port Huron to the lake the river narrows, and the large volume of water 
poured into Lake Erie, causes a strong, rapid current. Passengers who are destined for 
Goderich and the Manitoba Country leave us here and cross the river to take the Sarnia line 
of steamers. The steamers do not stop at Fort Gratiot, as passengers who have come from 
Montreal and other points in Canada are taken by the Grand Trunk railway to Port Huron 
only a mile below. The steamers City of Mackinac and City of Alpena leave Port Huron 
going north Wednesday and Friday evenings at 15.30 o'clock, and Tuesday and Sunday 
mornings at 7.00 o'clock. 

There has been so much of interest to take the attention for the past six hours that the 
trip through the lake is a pleasant relief. From this out all points of interest are seen on 
the port side, the Canadian shore being far away. We get outside, and from "abreast" of 
Fort Gratiot light the steamer is put on her course for 3J hours, which brings us to within 5 
miles of Sand Beach, when we " haul in " for the harbor of refuge. The captain, who likes 
"lots of sea room," keeps well out into the lake. These large, iron steamers are not 
obliged to conform to the old adage, "Small boats must keep near the shore." 

A short stay at this port, and our steamer resumes her course. Five minutes takes us 
outside the breakwater, and we head for Point Au Barques light, which is reached in one 
hour. This point is at the entrance to Saginav>/ Bay, which is crossed in two and one-half 
hours, a distance of 45 miles. This is the only stretch where land is lost sight of. 

After passing this light, two trails of black smoke may be observed on the horizon. It 
comes from a sister steamer, which is due to pass at this half-way place. Officers and 
passengers are interested, and as the steamers pass, exchange a salute of whistles, shouts 
and waving of handkerchiefs. It is only for an instant, both are running at high speed, and 
are soon far apart. Our steamer's speed has brought into view the distant smoke of,another 
steamer, going our way; she left Detroit twelve or fourteen hours ahead of us. We are fast 
overhauling he'r, and passengers become interested as they notice that great clouds of black 
smoke are thrown out more frequently from her one smoke-stack, in the vain effort to keep 
away from us. The fact is, the Detroit and Cleveland Steam Navigation Company's steamers 
are expected to pass everything they meet without extra effort. 

"See! we are gaining on her! " "Yes, we will pass her within fifteen minutes." 
" How fast are we going? " " Sixteen or seventeen miles an hour," 
" How fast are they? " "Ten or tv/elve miles an hour. Some are not over eight." 
"Do they carry passengers?" "A few. They run into small ports that this linedoesn\ 
touch, and because it was thought, naturally, that leaving twelve hours earlier, they 

The Detroit &. Cleveland Steam Navigation Co.'s Steamers Every Week Day 



would arrive at their destination as much in advance, but we will get through first, never- 
theless, and this steamer on her return trip, will meet her again somewhere out in the lal<e, 
still working her way up slowly." 

"Why, our steanr.er must get back to Detroit again a long way ahead!" "Oh, 
yes, she'll make two round trips while the other makes one. In the fall when the weather 
is rough, the steamers of this line run in and out of their ports about on time, leaving 
other steamers tied up to a wharf for favorable weather, while they are making one or 
two round trips." 

"Then passengers miss it by taking any but this line? " "It makes no difference how 
anxious you are to get through, it's better to wait for the City of Mackinac or City of Alpena. 
You'll arrive at Mackinac Island ahead, every time, and even at Alpena as soon. When the 
Detroit and Cleveland Steam Navigation Company first established their line to Mackinac 
three years ago, with their elegant steamer City of Alpena (then called City of Cleveland) it 
was regarded as an experiment only, and short lived; the public were consequently slow in 
giving their hearty support to so much enterprise. The Company demonstrated their 
own confidence, however, by contracting for still another iron steamer of equal elegance, 
the City of Mackinac, which was put into co, mission the following season. These two 
beautiful steamers have now become household words, not only among the people along 
their route, but among the tourist public from distant parts, until their fame has reached all 
portions of our country and Canada, and the Company's methods and business principles have 
built up an important traffic in a wonderfully short time. But here we go past our friend, like 
an arrow shot from a bow, the craft soon becomes a mere speck, and our steamer is suddenly 
headed towards the shore for Oscoda. The arrivals of the steamers of this line are always an 
attraction forthe people along the shore. Leaving the wharf again the steamer backs out for 
a quarter of a mile into the lake. The wheelsman throws his wheel over hard-a-port, and we 
run two miles straight out from the wharf in order to clear Miller's point, and a series of shoals 
extending from the main land, then throwing the wheel a-starboard, head for HarrisviUe. 
When directly opposite, she is headed at right angles from her course for the wharf. But 
few lake ports have a harbor, and are obliged to build piers out into the open lake. Leaving 
the wharf again, we pass Sturgeon Point Light, then South Point, and when abreast of 
Thunder Bay river, shift the course a few points, and run into the river for Alpena. 

How long will it take to reach the wharf? We can give no time as it depends altogether 
on the condition of things. The lumber kings may have been running logs down to their 
mills and choked it up, and some little time may be lost finding a tug to pull us in. While 
the city government clears up and improves the highways through town, their single, 
narrow highwag of water is neglected, and the steam craft who serve them, unjustly 
suffer a heavy expense for tugs, broken wheels and loss of time. 

There is a steamer close by us, she is lying still as though waiting for something. 
What does it mean? It is simply one of those cases where there is but little system used 
in the navigation of vessels, and although you can see by the moonlight that there is a 
broad expanse of water in the bay, still the safe channel is somewhat narrow, and unless 
steamers are careful to run in by a proper course, there is a chance of getting aground. 
Our friend is not sure of his bearings, and is waiting to follow us in, taking advantage of our 
courses. You may notice this lack of confidence frequently. Four officers are constantly 
watching the course of our steamer, and any variation would receive their prompt attention. 
This river is an important factor in the prosperity of Alpena. Approaching it by water the 
view is one which, though it may disappoint the searcher for the picturesque, means to the 
business man energy, bustling life, and commercial prosperity. The singing saws, rattling 
trucks, noisy mill engines, and numberless steam and sailing vessels passing in and out 
cannot but give to the practical observer the impression of a flourishing town; and indeed a 
happier combination of fertile resources and undaunted energy than is centered in this 
pleasant little city of the lakes would be hard to find. Lake captains say that during heavy 
fogs in the day time, the song of the saws, unlike the mythical siren lays that lured sailors 
to destruction, often helps them to find the entrance. While our steamer is discharging 
freight it will be interesting to take a stroll through the town, but keep watch of the Vi/histie 
which is sounded for her departure. 

Between Detroit and Cleveland. Four times each week between Detroit and IVIackinac. 



Our company has been considerably reduced, and as preparations are going on for 
leaving port again, we find a new order of things. With care the steamer worked her way 
into the river, but it is another thing to get her out again, Between the floating logs and 
the crowded river, which is too narrow to admit of winding around, it becomes necessary to 
eimploy a tug, which takes our line and tows us out stern first, until clear of the piers, and 
room enough is found to handle the steamer. Our course lies well out into the lake, with 
the shore in sight all the way, and is a most interesting trip. On parting with the tug, our 
steamer keeps the shore aboard three miles away, giving the reefs of North Point, which 
extend two miles from land about the same distance. We round Thunder Bay Island Light 
as we come abreast of it, giving a wide berth to the shoals at the foot of the island, then 
come abreast of the light a second time, and resume our course northward. Many a craft 
has come to grief at this point, from over anxiety to get on her course. Life saving stations 
are located near this light, also at Middle Island and Forty Mile Point, in Hammond's Bay, at 
the north, and at Sturgeon Point, Ottawa Point, Port Austin and Point Aux Barques on the south. 

Off our course, six miles to the north, when abreast of Middle Island, lies False Presque 
Isle, which has a fine lake. The bold, abrupt shore of Presque Isle admits of running close 
(n, and affords a fine view. We make a short call at Rogers City. Spectacle Reef Light, 
seen in the distance, is most romantically located. Out by itself on a small flat rock, ten miles 
from shore, this light stands one hundred feet above the waters of the lake. 

Suddenly the order comes "Starboard," and as the steamer's bow gradually turns 
towards the shore, Cheboygan river unexpectedly opens up to view, and we plow our way 
among lumber piles and floating logs, which so block the harbor at times that the services of 
another tug is required to take us in and out. Propellers, with their wheels less exposed, 
make things lively, and take out logs, boom and all into the lake. Here is an instance 
where it would seem that "might makes right," the pleasure of the lumber kings being 
more potent at Cheboygan than the local government, which they are largely instrumental 
in creating. Were a lot of farm wagons to block their street, the owners would soon be 
brought to account from these same obstructionists, but the shipping, the best element of 
their prosperity, must bear these indignities without redress. On arriving at the wharf, 
many passengers for Petoskey leave us and take the pleasant inland rojte through the 
crooked lakes and rivers. It is a novel trip, without it those who make their first visit to 
Mackinac fall short of a complete tour, and in connection with the Detroit and Cleveland 
5team Navigation Company, it forms the only attractive and comfortable route from the east 
*nd south to this paradise for rest and recreation. Some make their first visit to Mackinac 
and take the inland route from there, or go down by rail at their leisure. 

As the whistle sounds the warning of departure, stragglers hasten on board, the gang 
plank is hauled in, and the steamer, tied to the wharf by a stern line, and laboring hard with 
the engine, slowly swings round in the narrow river, and works her way into the lake, or is 
towed out to the dummy light. Rounding this, we head for Mackinac Island, which looms 
up sixteen miles away. Its magnetic influence seems to be felt even at this distance. 
There is much to interest in this short run. A landscape of unrivaled beauty is spread out 
before us. On the port bow is seen Mackinac City, and farther on to the northwest looms 
up on the horizon the island of St, Helena 

The many trails of smoke in the distance are from steamers passing to and from Lake 
Michigan, Directly ahead are Rabbit's Back and the highlands of St. Ignace, at whose feet 
lies the town, apparently walled in by the Martel iron furnace on the left and ore docks on the 
right. On the starboard bow we see what seems to beonelong, continuous stretch of shore, 
but which breaks away as we approach, and proves to be Bois Blanc, (Bob-low) Round and 
Mackinac Islands, In justfifty minutes from the Dummy, the captain is on a sharp look-out for 
the glimpse of Bois Blanc Light, (or its flash by night) which, being on the farther side of the 
island, can only be seen for a moment as we pass the intervening water to Round Island, 
On its reappearance on the other side of Round Island, the course is changed, and Mackinac 
Island and village are distinctly seen, another change, and the steamer, with a sudden turn 
swings quickly and gracefully into the crescent bay, upon whose shores once dwelt the 
red-skinned Ottawa, and about whose island home, rising three hundred feet above the 
clear, blue waters, still cluster the mystic halo of song, romance and legend. 

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steamers is unparalleled for Luxury, Comfort and Economy. 




'ACKINAC fSLAND.therocUgirt, fairy isle, sitting 

an ennerald gem in tfie clear, pellucid wave, rises 
jally and majesticalli] from the crystal waters, 
ich cover but cannot conceal the glistening, white 
3bbly depths beneath. It is the central point of 
^the three great lakes. It knows no land breeze, 
Whence the winds are always cool and refreshing, 
and seem incessantly tossing balls at each other. 
'They no soonercease blowing from Lake Michigan 
lan they come from Lake Huron, and Lake Superior 
ver behind in the contest. Mackinac Island con- 
o thousand two hundred and twenty-one acres, of 
3 national park comprises eight hundred and twenty- 
he military reservation one hundred and three 
es. The natural scenery is unsurpassed. Nature seems to 
<hausted herself in the manifold objects of interest which meet 
'the eye in every direction. The lover of Mother Earth will hardly grow 
weary of wandering through its shaded glens, and climbing over its rugged rocks, each day 
bringing to light some new object of beauty and interest. Longfellow, in his poem of 
" Hiawatha" has put into English verse some of its wild Indian legends, which people every 
rock and glen with spectral habitants. Hiawatha is the Mena-bosho of the Algonquins, and 
the Island of Mackinac was considered his birthplace. 

If the poetic muses are ever to have a new Parnassus in America, they should certainly 
fix on Mackinac Island. Hygeia, too, should pla