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' GALENA BOOK BINDRY 

1_ . AND _ . 



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■ES— N. Cgrwilli & Co , B. H. Cniiiplfll & Co. 



J. DODGE, 



T. BENTZ. 



DODGE & BENTZ, 





AND DEALERS IN 




WINDOW GLASS, GLASSWAHE, 



CHOICE WINES AND BRANDIES FOR MEDICINAL PURPOSES, 



AND GENERAL AGENTS FOR 



PATENT MEDICINES, 



IVo. iOO Main Street 



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WHOLESALE AGENTS FOR 

Ayei-'s Cherry Pectoral, Jayne's Medickies, . 



Merchant's Gargling Oil, 
McLane's Vermifuge, 
McLane's Liver Pills, 
Fahnstock's Vermifuge, 
Moffat's Pills and Bitters, 
Pulvermacher's Chains, 



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Loudon & Co's Medicines, 
Radway & Co's 
Mustang Liniment, 
Arabian " 

Nerve & Bone " 
Houghton's Pepsin, 



Emerson's Hair Rostorative, Storm's Candy, 



Lyons' Katharion, 
John Bull's Sarsaparilla, 
Guizott's Yellow Dock and 

Sarsaparilla, 
Townsend's " 
Morse's Yellow Dock and Smith's^Tonic^yrup, 

Sarsaparilla, - - — — 

Russia Salve, 



Wistar's Balsam Wild Cherry, 
Dr. Roger's Syrup Liverwort, 

Tar and Canchalagua, 
Dr. Osgood's India Chola- 



gogue. 



Perry Davis' Pain Killer, 
Barry's Tricopherous, &c., &c. 
All of which will be sold at the same prices that the same 
quantities can be bought for of the Manufacturers. 

1^^ D. & B. are now in receipt of their immeiise stock of 
Drugs, &c., selected with great care by one of the firm, which 
they offer for Cash, or to punctual customers, at a small ad- 
vance on Eastern prices, and invite an examination of their 
goods and prices by all those who deal in their articles. 







1854. 



THE 



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GALENA 



CITYDIRECTOKY. 



OOfTTAINIKG AIBO 

ADTERHSEHENTS OP THE PRINCIPAI BERCHANTS AND OTHERS, 

AKD 
IN THE 



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PUBLISHED ANNUALLY. 



GALENA: 

H. H, HOITGHTON & CO., PUBLISHERS^ 

Qazbctb jjxd Adtsrtibbb Ofrcb* 

• • • • 

1854. 



li):f^Jld 







INDEX TO GALENA ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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■,A.geBC7, InBunmce, J. Garter & Co 21 

Agency, Insurence, J. Farmer , cover 

Agtoey, Piaoo Fortes &c., H. T. MewiH.. SS 

Agency^ Minnesota Packet Co., B; H.- Campbell & Co coTer 

Agency, St. Louis Bolliiw MU!s, £. H. Beebe ; 36 

Agency, Land and R«al£state, Jordan &I>ean . .45 

Agency, Real Estate, Johnson & Brand 50 

Agency, Land, Collection and Insurance, Bostwick & Higgins. 88 

Agency, Steamboat, T. D. Conner 56 

Attorneys and Counsellors at Law, Bostwick and Higgins S8 

Attorney at Law, H. B. Maginids 50 

Attorney at Law, J.-W. Campbell - cover 

Auctioneers and Commission Merdiants, Jordan & I>ean 45 

Auctioneers and ^aeneral Commission Merdbants, Johnson & Brand SO 

gnkersund Exchange Dealers, Jt Csxter & Co. 21 
idc of Galena. 65 

Bankers, Dealers in Exchange and Lead, N. Corwith & Co 66 

Barber, John A. Haase 38 

Sedstewlt, Chairs and CabinetFumiture, E. Ondiam 60 

Blacksmith, A. H. Richardson 58 

Boardhig Houseacnd-RaOroad Exchange, Jolin Rndo^h SO 

Bookseller and Stationer, J. N. Waggoner 34 

Bookseller and Stationery Joshua Brookes. . . . . , 44 

Bookbinders and Rulers, H. H. Houghton & Co: cover 

Boots and Shoes, John Bamcastle. . » S(7 

Boots and Shoes, Byrne & Colttos 31 

Boots and Shoes, Nagle & Oillmore. . , 39 

Boots, Shoes, Rubbers &c:, A. M. Sbdnes. 52 

Boots atid Shoes, Eddy's'Shqi> 54 

Boots and Shoes, Ladies and Gents, Wm. Holder 59 

Boots and Shoes, M. Plumstead 63 

Boot and Shoe Manufltcturer, John Valentine 64 

Bricklayerand Contractor, Asa Haile 47 

Bricklayer and Flasterer,'0. H. Perry.. 97 

Buckeye' Ale and Porter Depo^ J. Evans. 17 

Caipenters and Joiners, Blayler & Hill .36 

Carpenters ind Joiners, Horton ft Loomls. 42 

Churs and Cabinet Ware, P.&8. Drum 24 

China, Glass and Crockei^ Ware. Ripley, Brovm & Co 61 

Chfiia, Glass and Crockerf Ware, A. L. Cheilain. 68 

Cigars, Tobacco and Snuff, J. A. Prasley 39 

Citf Sexton, Wm. Davies ' 39 

Clothing and Furnishing Ooods,BitU'S & Small.- 18 

Clothing and Dry Goods, "Boots, bhotos &c.,R. Henry 20 

Clotlung and Furnisbiul; Goodk.H.Hir8hberg. 24 

Clothmg and Fumishihi Goods, I. Shuster 25 

Clothing; Ready-made, John Brendei 34 

'.dlothing. Men's and Boys,Edward Salomon , M 

rClbthingand Furnishing Goods, Klingel ft Ferdinand 47 

Clothing and Furnishing GoOds, A. VL. Haines «...., 52 

Clothing and 'Furnishing Goods, Jacob Eberhardt 52 

Commission and Forwarding SCerchahts, G.W. Campbell ft Co 27 

Confeptioher, A. H. Davis « 56 

Confectioners, Crumbacker ft Co « . . ."M 

Dentist, H. Rose. . .' • 99 

Dentists,!. B. ftP. C. Branch 55 

Drayman, Dennis Ryan 91 

Drugs, Medicines; Paints, Oils &c.,S.CraWfbM ft Co.-. ..'.- |6 

Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Dye-woods ftC, J. W. Alder fB 

iDrugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils ftc, J. H. Sampson ^^ 

Drugs, Chemicalg, PeriHimery, Garden 8'e^ ft^., H. NeWhall 35 

j|>rugs and Patent liedldnes, Gee. C. 8tio<lber 54 

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4 GALENA 6ITY DIRBCrORT. 

Dmgi and Patent Medicines, Dodge & Bentz , . .eortr 

Dry Qooda, Foreign and Domestic, Voster &8tahl 18 

Dry Goods, Staple and Fancy, Porter & Spratt. 19 

Dry Goods, Staple and Fancy, J. ▲. Packard 90 

Dry Goods, Fancy and Staple, J. Q. Charles 84 

Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Queensware &c., L. Hosted'. 31 

Dry Goods, Groceries, Provisions &c., Sanders & Ritter 40 

Dry Goodfl, Groceries, Provisions &c., John Bead r.^ 4S 

Dry Gootii, Commission Merchants &c., Morrill, Cowles & Go . . « 46 

Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes &c., H. P. Corwith & Co 51 

Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Groceries &c., W.& J.Fiddick .67 

Dry Goods, (Bern's One Price Store.) 57 

Dry Goods, Fancy and Domestic, 8. B. Smith 57 

Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware &c.j L. S. Felt .<5 

Forwarding Com. Merchant, dealer m Flour and Provisions, S. W. McMaster iff 

Forwarding and Com. Merchant, dealer in Teas, Tobacco, Sugar, CofE^e, &c., James Rood. .62 

Family Groceries and Provisions^ Wm . Bailey r 62 

Grocers, Forwarding and Commission Merchants, Lorndn & Co. 23 

Grocers, Forwarding and Com. Merchants, Steaml>oat Agents &c., B. S. Harris & Oo 24 

Grocers, Forwarding and Commission Merchants, B. H., Campbell & Co . , . . .25 

Groceries, Provisions &c., B. F. Felt & Co ^ , .......SG5 

Grocer, Fw warding and Commission Merchant. B.C. Hodge., . . . . .^ , 26 

Qbrocers, wholesale and retail, Burrichter& Hellman.. , .27 

Grocers, Forwarding and Commision Merchants, W. J. Quan & Co .29 

Grocers and Commission Merchants, W. & J. M. Byan. .., r. 30 

Groceries, Provisions, Liquors (Slc, John O.urley.. .37 

Grocer and Provision Dealer, Peter Dufiy , .38 

Grocer and Provision Dealer, Samuel Taylor ,.,,....,.......49 

Groceries and Provisions, Rice & Whitham ..41 

Groceries, Provisions, D17 Goods, Boots, Shoes &o., B. Olymo 42 

Groceries, Provisions &c., James Bayne « 58 

Grocer, Forwarding and Conunission Merchant^ H. F. Mcdoskey .63 

Gunsmith, D. Bugh X7 

Gunsmith, dealer in Guns, Pistols &c., Isaac Evims,. *......, 38 

Gun Maker, J. A. Maltby 68 

Galena Foundry, D. G. Chapi^jproprietor 51 

Galena Planing Mill, Telford, Williams & Co. , 66 

Galena Telegrapheij, Nothwestern Division. 29 

Gold and Silversmith, dealer in Watches, Jewelry &c,. H. Fricke,. ,....» .,,..29 

Barbor Master, J. L. Slaymaker.. . .42 

Harnesses, Saddles, Trunks, Valises &c., C. B. Perkins.. ...., 18 

Harness, Saddle and Trunk manufacturer,- W. W. Ve&able.. 63 

Hardware and Cutlery, Steel, Nails, Mechanics' Tools &c., Geo. Ferguson 27 

Hardware, Steel, Nails, Farmers and Mechanics Tools &c., Trego & Woodruff. 45 

Hardware, Iron, Nails, Steel, Glass &c.,McCully, Strocky & Co 64 

Hats, Caps^ Straw and Fur Goods, John Brendel • . . .20 

Hats, Caps, Straw Goods, Gloves, Mittens &c., J. D.Koble.. • S3 

Homoeopathic Physician and Surgeon, Dr. Wilcox • • -. • 53 

Hotels &c. 

Galena Hotel, Philip Byrne, proprietor , 60 

Gear House, B. B. Howard, proprietor , 30 

Lafayette Hotiel, S. Demarais, proprietor.. 19 

Louisville House, Th. Metzger. proprietor 28 

Bailroad Exchange and Boarding House, John Rudolph, proprietor 30 

Justice of the Peace, B. Coombe 37 

Justice of the Peace, Henry C. Park.. 58 

Kitchen Furnishing Store, B. Butcher .32 

Leather, Saddlery Hardware, Morocco &c., E. A. Collins 17 

Leather, Saddlers' Hardware, Shoe Findings &c., B. P. Smith. .19 

Leather. Saddlery Hardware and Shoe Findings, Crooks, Sanford & Co ,^41 

Livery Stable. B. Smith 47 

Liquors, Wines and Cordials, Preserved Fruits, Cigars Tobacco &c., David Bartley 66 

Lumber Dealers^ Barrack & Blair 41 

Lumber Dealers; Johnson &Barrows 53 

Lumber Dealers, Carson & Eaton, E. Long Agent ,54 

Jfarble Dealer, Monuments, Tombs &c., B. L. Rosebrough ,23 

jjCanufacturer and Bepairer of Cutlerv,Bichard Nash 40 

Manu&ctnrers of Plows, Evans & Aaams, ' ^ 

Mattress Manu&cturer, J. P. Huntington. » 35 

Millinery and Fancy Goods, Emporium of Fashion, Mrs. Mary Merrick g 

Milliner, Bliss McComber^ • W 

Medical Card, Dr.W. S.Harker J6 

Fho^ix l?oundry and Machine Shop, N. Dowling proprietor 61 

Practical Clock and Watchmakers, Jewelers, &c. Joseph Coatsworth & Son 33 

Professor of the Piano Porte and Sin^ng, H. T. Merrill •. •. » JJ 

Power Preai Printing Establishment, H". H. Houghton & Co. ..•*-»,-.• 48 



OALSKA CTTT BIEBOTOBY. 5 

BaSrotdi&c. 

Great WeitornHail Boute, Galena & Chicago Union Kailroad IM 

Chicago & Rock Island Railroad 186 

New Albany & Salem Railroad 197 

Ifichigan Centra] Railroad It7 

Chicago & Misdaaippi Raihtiad US 

Penn^hranla Railroad 118 

Stores, Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Ware, A. E. BreniMr • 4S 

Sli^o, Tyrone and Juniata Iron Store, Nicholas Dowling M 

Tador and Renorator, J. C. Bonner 38 

Town Collector, West Galena Township, C. R. Bennett 2$ 

Upholsterer, C. Cloyd .....«.•.• 40 

Watchmaker aod Jeweler, A. Gamer • 52 



INDEX TO ST. LOUIS ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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Cassmeres, Vestings, Blankets and Furnishing Goods, Field, Beardslee kCo 68 

]>rj Goods, Foreign and DomestiQ, PomerOT, Benton 9c Co • 67 

D17 Geods, Staple and I^ndy, Brownlee; Homer &Co .69 

Great. Western Upholstery aod Curtun Warehonse, J. L. Chandler 70 

Biats, Caps, Bonnets and Ariiflcial Flowers, David Pearce 71 

Importers and Dealera ift J>tj Goods, Eddy, Jantkesmi 8c Co • « . . . .67 



INDEX TO CHICAGO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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American, English and German Hardware and Cnflerr, Wm. Bfadr & Co ' 7$ 

Gas Fitters. E. U Comlr & Co. ... , ^ . . . , 73 

Staple and Fancy Dry Cfoods, Francis CUrk.. . .' TV 



GALENA, ITS TRADE, &C. 



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The City of Galena is situated in 42} degrees NortE Lati- 
tude, on a line with the City of Boston, Mass., and has one 
of the most varied and healthy locations in the United States. 
It lies on Galena Kiver, which is little else here than an arm 
or bay of the Miseissippi^ and tas one of tie fineet harbors ;for 
Steamboats on the latter river. It contained in the month 
of June last, 9,629 inhabitants — ^the regular residents only 
being counted — ^np allowance being made for visitors aind 
transient population, of which there are alwiiys a large num*- 
ber. It is ftdly witiiin bounds to say, that Galena contains 
this day, over ten thousand inhabitants. For two years past, 
the advance of Galena in population and wealth has been 
remarkably rapid, and the ftiture promises a still more rapid 
increase. 

It is the commercial centre of the Great Lead Mining re- 
gion of the Northwest; it has free access by Steamboats U> 
all the natigable waters of the Valley of the Missiseippi, 
above and below, and constant daily comnnmication during 
th^ season of navigation. In a few months, HailrcSad com- 
munication wiil.be opened with the East by means of the 
Illinois Central and the Galena & Chicago Union Eailroad, 
The Chicago, St. Charles and Mississippi Air-Line Railroad, 
now* in course of construction, terminates here; and the 
Great Northwestern Bailroad from Galena up the VaUey of 
the Tete des Marts to the Minnesota River and to St. Paul, 
is also projected, and recent events give promise of its spe^y 
construction. The amount of business transacted here last 
year may be judged of by the statistics published for 1853; 



« 



oAuou oror tfmmms^ f 

the Btatifltics of 1854, as we at present jndgei will ^am % 
large and gratifying increase. 

TRADE OF GALENA DSr 18«8. 

USAD* 

Pigs, 818,643 shipped, 10,000 sent to 
Uie Lake, 22,998,010 lb&, at |5 60 
per 100 lbs 11,264,890 

mpokrsD abtiolbs. 

Groceries, Provisions, Ac. 1,506,938 

Dry Goods, CHothing, Boots and Shoes. 918,591 

ton. Hardware, &a ..^ 215,281 

Leather, Saddler's Hardware, &e..... 133,996 

Dm^, Medicines, Paints, Oil, &c 104,1^ 

* Cro^ery, Glassware, <fec 54,289 

Clocks, W atches. Jewelry, 48,196 

Books, Stationery, Print'g Matels, &c. 25,031 14,861 8A9 

ABTIOLBS MAlJnjFACTUBBD WHOLLT OS IH PABT IN GUUDT A* 

Plonghs, 44,785 

StoYes,SheetIron,Oopp€gr& Tin Ware, 67,146 

Iron Oasti^^, Finishing, ^c 24,888 i 

Carriages, Wagons, Machinery, &c.. . . 80,500 

Jeweby, &c..,^-.,^^,, 8,0QQ 

Marble, 4,500 

Earthen Ware, 8,500 

Daguerreotypes and Stock, ^, 10,000 

Hate, Gape, <s;c . .... 4,000 

C<»fectio&ery, .&o. HfiB9i 

Blacksmitiii's Job Work, ^ 8,000 

Clothing and Millinery, 54,000 

Boots and Shoes, 46,860 

Furniture, Chairs, Ac ,, 46,9(H} 

Saddles, Harness, &e ,. 88,134 

Soap, Candles, &c 20,000 1439,19^ 

SUNDEIPS. 

Wood, 20,000 Cords,. .' . . , 70,000 

Coal, 60,000 Bnsheb, 9,258 

Ice, , 3,86§ 

LITKBEB* 

Boaids, feet 6,558,983 



8 OACBH A orrr ihbboiobt. 

Timber, feet 76,470 

Shingles, M 4,627 

Iath,M 2,605 

Total value, $185,881 



1135,851 



Betailed at Oity Market, 1,738 Beef Cattle, 
« " " 575 Calves, 

«* « " 3,253 Sheep, 

« « « 1,549 Hogs, 

« from Wagons, 300 Beef Cattle, 
« " " 3,000 Hogs, 

— ^ 131,688 

Total yalne of M^chandize sold in 1853, 14,958,048 

TONS OF GOODS BECEEXVED. 

Eeceived for sale in City, 14,893 Tons. 

" for Forwarding, 4,964 " 

Express Freight received for Galena, 86 " 

" " " for forwarding, 60 " 

Merchandize, not inclndingLmnber and Wood, 19,942 Tons. 
Of Lead shipped, 818,543rig8, 11,149 « 

Total nnmber of Tons, 81,091 

rrEMB OF TBADB. 

Barrels of Flonr sold, .26,066 

" Pork « 6,009 

Hams and Bacon," 988,616 lbs. 

Lard, " 197,364 " 

SZFOBTS. 

Lead, 318,548 Kgs 22,298,010 lbs. ) Value. 

10,000 « 700,000 « J f 1,364,890 00 

Barley, 17,356 buahels, 5,942 40 

Oats, 26,669 « 7,700 70 

Com, 9,460 " 8,780 00 

Galena Cement, 640 « 2,160 00 

Butter, 150,472 lbs. 22,670 00 

Sundries, including Fork and Bacon packed 

here. Eggs, Cheese, 18,560 00 

|1,325,62& 60 



LIST OF PHYSICIANS. 



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Barker, W. S. over Bank of Galena, bds with J. Q. Charles. 

Clark, P. A. over Bank of Galena, bds Bradley House, 

Crawford, J. S. 91 Main, h Bench below Warren. 

Oronin, E. Bradley House. 

Hobbs, J. C. H. Main, over W. "W. Venable's store^ 

Jones, E. HiU, h cor Bench and Hill. 

Ettoe, E, D. Main above BBll, h Dodge. 

Kittoe, K. Main above Hill, h Dodge. 

Kolb, Joseph, (German) Hill street near Bench. 

NewhaD, H. cor Main and Hill, h cor Bench and Green. 

Robertson, George E. cor Main and Green, bds Gear House. 

Utosy, J. (Hnngarian) h FranHin near High. 

Weirich, A. (German) 100 Main, h Bench above Green. 

Wilcost, T. M. (Homoeophatic) cor Main and Green. 



10 GALENA CITY DIBBCfrOBT. 

OITY GOVEKNMENT— 1854. 

Mayer — George M. Mitchell. 

Aldermm — First Ward — ^Henry Corwith, Henry Marfield. 
Second Ward — 0. R Perkins, Daniel A. Barrows. Third 
Ward— Adam L. Telford, W. W. CBiase. 

Stcmdma C(mimitteea — ^Finance — Corwith, Barrows, Tel- 
ford. Claims — ^Perkins, Chase, Marfield. Streets — ^Marfield, 
Telford, Perkins. Pomps, Wells and Cigtems — ^PerldniBi 
Marfield, Chase. Bridges — Telford, Perkins, Haafield.—^ 
Market House and Pubfic Grounds — Chaae, Barrows, Cor- 
with. Public Schools — Barrows, Corwith, Telford. Predge 
Boat — ^Marfidd, Telford, Barrows. 

CITY OTFICEJIS. 

City Clerk cmd Collector — A. J. Jadkson. 

Treaswrer — JohnEddowes. 

Attorney — ^H. B. Maginnis. 

Surveyor and Assessor — ^Miltoijt Wadleigh. 

Street Conmdssimer — ^W. Sheft. 

Harbor amd Lumber Master — John L. Slaymaker. 

MarJcet a/nd Weigh Master — ^Patrick Moore. 

HecMh Officer-^. H. Bay. 

Print^s — ^Eay & Scott 

SeoBton — ^William Davies. 

Marshal — ^Eobert Starr. 

Constables — Seth Melvin, H. DeCamp, J. Wherling. 

Cajptavn of Watch — ^John Byers. 

Waitchmenr-Y. Burke, B. Burke, K Both, E. S. CoviU. 

ToU CoUedoTs — Spring Street Bridge, H. Hess. 

Meeker Street Brieve, M. Burke. 

COUNTY OFFICEES— 1854. 

Cownty Judge — George M. Mitchell. 

County Clerk — ^Eichard Seal, e&yojicio Clerk of Boa/rd qf 
Sv^pervisors. 

Covmty Treaswrer — J. P. DeZoya. 

Cownty Sv/rveyor — John C. Gardner. 

School Commissioner — Joseph K". Waggoner. 

/S^^njf— William Meighen. 



1 

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oAussTA orrr DmsoroBY. 11 

Coroner — ^Thomas McNnlty . 

JaUoT — ^Felix Meighen. 

Board of Supervisors — "W. B. Green, Patrick McLeer, 
West Galena; Harvey Mann, Mann; Joseph Tuilj, Menom- 
ohee; J. McCallister, Council Hill; 0. C.Thompson, Thomp- 
son; Berri Serviss, Courtland; F. Kogers, Nora; John W, 
Kogers, Ward's Grove; F. Tucker, Stockton; Samuel Nye, 
Elizabeth; Jas. DeGraff, Woodbine; W. J. Robinson, Hano- 
ver; John W. Taylor, Guilford; TimothyHallett, East Gale- 

na: W» McGrath, Derinda; , , rleAsant Valley; H. 

8. Townsend, Rush. 



CIRCUIT COURT. 
Circuit Judge — Benjamin R. Sheldon.. 
Olerh — William H. Bradley, exoffido Beeorder. 
-ili^^m^^'— William H. Brown. 

TEEMS OJ CPtOUET qOXTET IN JO DAVIESS OOUNTT. 



2d Monday in March. 



ith Monday in August. 



2d Monday in May. 4th Monday in November. 



GALENA POST OFFICE. 
Bostmqster — ^Beimard Gray. 
ClerJcs-^a^T^ ICoore, Michael Murphey. 



PANES. 
BmJc of Qolma — Capital $500^00. Banking hours from 
8 A. M. tai 5 P. M. Henry Corwith, President; C* C. P. 
Hunt, Cashier; J- R. Perkins, Teller; E. W. Turner, Gerk. 



NEWSPAPERS. 

WeeHy N(yyt7iwestem Gaeette — Established in 1888. H. 
H. Houghton & do., Publishers. 

Tri- WeMy Advertmf^—'H, H. Houghton & Cp., PubUshers. 

Galena DaHy Advertiser— S. H. Houghton & Co., Pub- 
lishers. 

Galena WeMy Jeffer^omak — ^Ray & Scott, Publishers. 

Tri- WeeUy Jefffirsofiiaa^hrr-'&Aj & Scottj Publishers. 

Galena DaiSby JeffersanAa/n — Ray & Scott, Publishans. 



12 GALENA CITY DIBXOTOBir. 

EOAD COMPANIES. 

lUinais Central jSailroad--'WilliB,m P. Burrall, President; 
David A. Neal, Vice President; Matthias B. Edgar, Treasu- 
rer; John P. Bunce, Secretanr. 

Directors — Gov. Joel A. Matteson, ex-qfficio^ Joseph W. 
Alsop, Jonathan Sturges, Thomas W. LndTow, George Gris- 
wold, Gouvernenr Morris, John F. A. Sanford, Leroy M. 
Wiley, Morrif Ketchum, Wm. P. Burrall, New York; David 
A. Neal, Franklin Haven, Boston, 

Solicitors — "W. H. Bissell, Mason Brayinan. 

Engineers — ^EosweU B. Mason, Engineer in Chief; Louis 
J. Germain, Eesident Engineer. 

Oalena and GMcago JJmpn SanJ/road — John B. Turner, 
President; John Van Nortwick, Chief Engineer; W. M. 
Larrabee, Secretary. 

Directors— John B. Tumrr, Walter Ia Newberry, Charles 
Walker, James H. Collins, William H. Brown, Elisha S. 
Wardsworth, Thomas Dyer, Benjamin W. Eaymond, George 
Smith, Hugh Dickey, Chicago; Charles S. Hempstead, (m- 
lena; Thomas D. Kobertson, Kockford; Dexter A. Knowton, 
Freeport. 

CJiica^o^ St. Cha/rle8 cmd Mismsvppi Ai/r Lme Rail/road 
— ^Ira Mmard, President. 
Local Directors — Daniel A. Barrows, Frederick Stahl. 

Northwestern RaiJ/ro(id — ^H. H. Gear, Galena, President; 
Ansel Briggs, Iowa, Vice President; E. 8. Norris, Galena, 
Treasurer; G. M. Mitchell, Galena, Secretary. 

Directors — Henry Corwith, Jas, Carter, Wm. H. Bradley, 
S. W. McMaster, iJ. E. Hooper, H. NewhaU, Galena; Jona. 
Higgins, Jos. Burge, Jno. D. Howard, J. G. Schaupp, Iowa. 

Galena andMmercd Pomt PlanhEoad Conypamf — Office 
comer Main and Green Streets. Capital $20,000. E. B. 
Washbume, President; W. B. Green, Secretary; Henry Cor- 
with, Treasurer. 

Directors — H. NewhaU, D. A. Barrows, Henry Corwith, 
E. B. Washbume, A. C. Dayia, E. A. Collins, W. B. Green. 

POST OFFICES IN JO DAVIESS COUNTY. 
Avery, Green Vale, Mt. Sumner, Scales Mound, 

Council Hill,. Hanover, Nora, Ward's Grove, 

Elizabeth, MiUviUe, Pleast Valley, Warren, 

Galena, MoseUe, HumEiver, Weston. » 

Godfrey, v 



oAxjmA omr diebotobt. 1 J 

CHURCHES Am) PASTOES. 

(Jtace — ^Episcopal. Prospect near Hill. T. N. Benedict, 
Pastor. 

Wardens — ^H. H. Gear, Frederick Stahl. 

Vestrymen — ^E. D. Kittoe, James Carter, S. E. Smith, E. 
Seal, John Oavanangh, E. W. Carson, G. E. Sanford. 

JF'i/rst Presbyterian — ^Bench street above Hill. S. Gt. Spees, 
Pastor. 

Trustees — ^H. Uewhall, George Ferguson, Daniel Wann, 
R S. Norris, A. M. Haines. 

Second Presbyterian — Corner of Bench and Green. T. T. 
Waterman, Pastor. 

Trustees — ^Nelson Stillman, George. W. Campbell, Allen 
Tomlin, B. F. Felt, Joshua Brookes. 

South Presbyterian — Old School. Bench below Warren. 
Henry J. Coe, Pastor. 
Trustees — Nicholas Stahl, James Temple, Lyman Husted. 

German Presbyterian — Bench street. E. Van Viet, Pastor* 
Trustees — Jacob Leisvelt, and others. 

MethooUst Episcopal — Bench below Washington. Hooper 
Crews, Pastor. 

Trustee^-— Samuel W. Swift, Daniel Eugh, J. N. Waggon- 
er, W. i^. Venable, William Graham, W. W. Huntington, 
Ii^aae Eitter. 

Gerrnxm Methodist — Hill street. H. Fieghenbaum, Pastor. 

Trustees — ^Jacob Brenner, H. Buhrick, N". Strott, Christo- 
pher Wenz. 

MethodAst episcopal — Colored. — . Roberts, Pastor. 
Trustees — Gferret Johnson, Claybome Stamps, J. Jacobs, 

Ba/piUst — ^Bench near Franklin. A. Chapin, Pastor. 
Trustees^— 8. S. Merrill, Wm. Bailey, C. H. Blanchard, 

Baptist — Colored. High street. Walter Baker, Pastor. 

St. MjichaeOs — Catholic. Bench. P. T. McElhern, Pastor. 

Germa/n CathoUo — ^Franklin. P. Heimerling. Pastor. 

. INDEPEIfDENT OEDEE OF ODD FELLOWS. 

WOdey Lod^e^ No. 5 — D. E. Williams, N. G.; E. Brand, 
V. G.; !]^as. Brewer, Sec'y; John G. Potts, Treas. 

Gcdena Lodge^ No. 17 — ^W. E. Eowley, N. G.; S. Snyder, 
V. G.; J. B. SHchter, E. S.; H. O. Park, P. S.; J. Y. Won- 
derly, Treasurer. 



14 OALBNA COTT BIBEOFOBT. * 

FBEE MASONS. 

Fhcemx Lodge--^. M. Wilcox, Master; J. E. Smith, See'y ; 
L. J. Gtermain, L. W.; W. B. Kowley, J. W. 

SOCIETIES. 

Samumy Societj/'-{GteanxLa,n.) Gartz Gall, O. B.) Jdm 
Freitss, S. 

Galena Dorcas Society — Organized Oct. 1, 184:8» Mra. 
Dr. E. Jones, President; Mrs. JNelaon Stillman, Vice Presi- 
dent; Miss Jane E. Hoge, Secretary; Miss Eliza Eddowes, 
Treasurer. 

Directors — ^Mrs. E. B. Woodward, Mrs. Dr. C, H. Bay, 
Mrs. G. H. Mars. 
Donations received at the dose of 1849, - - - 

1850, . . . 

1851, - . . 

1852, - - - 

1853, - . . 
to Jnly 31, 1854, - - - 

Total, . . - 11,183 46 

Which has been expended, nnder the supervision of tiiie Di- 
rectors of the Society, for the relief of the indigent in the city. 





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211 97 


137 28 


402 14 



LIST OF STEEETS EEFEEKED TO IN THIS WOKE. 

WEST GAI.ENA. 

Ash, from Gratiot to Bridgeport. 

Barry, from Franklin north to city limits. 

Bencn, . from Mississippi to Meeker. 

Bennet, from Byrnes to Marfield. 

Bergman, west across School Addition to Byrnes. 

Blu^ from Branch west to city limits. 

Branch, from Water through Young's Add. to city limits. 

Bridge, from Meeker west to city Emits. 

Broadway, from Main to Gratiot. 

Brown, from High to Branch. 

Byrnes, from river through School Add. to Young's Add. 

Campbell, from Hill to Driscofl's Addition. 

Clay, from Division southwest to city limits. 

Clay, from Do^e west to city limits. 

Clinton, from Division west to city limits. 

Commerce, from Warren to Franklin. 



ojkJLsaxA omr ssbboiory. 15 

Cross, irom Kewhall to IJi^>er Galena Addition. 

Diagonal, from Hain to FranMin. 

Division, from Newhall's Addition to Young's. 

Dodge, from Mississippi to Young's Addition. 

Donnegan, from the river to Turney. 

Driscol, from Franklin to Meeker, 

from Prospect west to city limits. 

from.Olay to Hi^h. 

from Bridge to city limits. 

from Branch west to city limits. 

from Water west to city limits. 

from Division west to city limits. 

from Thomas to river. 

from West across School Addition. 

from Main west to city limits. 

from Broadway north to city limits. 

from Water to Division. 

from the river through School Addition. 

from Meeker to West. 

from Newhall's Addition to Bridgeport. 

from Mississippi north to citj limits. 

from Water west to city limits. 

from West through School Addition. 

from North High to Branch, p 
Jo Daviess, from the river west through School Addition. 
Locust, from Warren to Washington. 
Magazine, from Bench to Prospect. 
Mam, from southern limits to Broadway. 

Marfield, from Irving to northwest line of School Add. 
Mars Alley, from Dodge to Ridge. 
Meeker, from river to Bridge. 
Mississippi, from Main west to city limits. 



Elk, 

Elm, 

Elm, 

Field, 

Franklin, 

Fulton, 

Furnace, 

Oardner, 

Gear, 

Gratiot, 

Green, 

Hamilton, 

Harrison, 

Hickory, 

High, 

Hifi, 

Irving, 

Jackson, 



Muir, 

NewhaU, 

Oak, 

Oak, 

Parker, 

Perry, 

Pme, 

Pine, 

Prospect, 

Bidge, 

Eidge, 

Slaughter, 



fi^m Branch north to city limits. 

from Division on west line NewhaU's Addition. 

from Franklin to Clay. 

from Gratiot to Clay. 

from Magazine to Spring. 

from Water to Bench. 

from NewhaU crossing Newhall's Addition. 

from Bridge northwest to city limits. 

from Mississippi to Spring and from Magazine 

from Bluff to Dodge. [to Elk. 

from Mars AUey west to city limits. 

from Branch to Bridgeport 



South AllejTjfrom 
from 
from 
from 
from 
from 
from 
from 
from 
from 
from 
from 



South, 

Stahl, 

Smnmer, 

Spare, 

Spring, 

Spruce, 

Tnomae, 

Tumey, 

Tyler, 

wann, 

Warren, 

'W"a8hmgton,from 

Water, from 

West, from 

Wight, from 

Adams, from 
Benton, from 
Boggess, trom 
Bonuiellier, from 
Decatur, from 
East Water, from 
Fayette, frAn 
Fifth, 
Fourth, 
Jackson, 
Jefferson, 
Johnson, 
Madison, 
Monroe, 



Eidge, 

Eives, 

Second, 

Sixth, 

Third, 



from 
from 
from 
from 
from 
from 
from 
from 
from 
from 
from 
from 



Van Buren, from 
Webster, from 



Main to Prospects 

Main south to city limits. 

West across School Addition to Byrnes. 

Division south through Newhall's Add» ' 

West southwest to city limits. 

Main west to city Umits^ 

Hickory northwest to city limits. 

Water north to the river. 

river to West. 

Franklin southeast to Newhall's Addition. 

Water to West. 

Water to West 

Water west to city limits^ 

Main along west bank of the river. 

South to the river in School Addition* 

High to Dodge. 

EAST GALfiJ^A. 

East Water to city limits. 
East Water to Fourth. 
Fourth to city limits. 
East Water to city limits. 
East Water to Fourth, 
south limits to the north. 
East Water to Fourth. 
Boffgess to the river. 
Webster to the river. 
East Water to city limits. 
East Water to city limits. 
East Water to Second. 
East Water to city limits. 
East Water to city limits. 
Madison to Jefferson. 
East Water to city limits. 
Webster to the river. 
Boggess to the river. 
Webster to the river. 
East Water to city limits. 
East Water to city limits. 



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GALENA 



ADVERTISEMENTS 



FOfS 



gmUr in Snttlerj prtarare, ^Mt ®rm 

HuneflNi^ Bkirtbig, Bridle, Band and Pump Leatlwry fte. 

— ALSC>- 

nufflim imT luiEi ui mill (1^ 

COACH, CABBIAQE. BUQQI AND EUPTIC SPRINGS AND IRON AXELS. 

V, 88 Mate Street^ 

CALENAi ILL. 
T. IBIX/'.AJSr&f 

. Bw&e ja Ate and Porter Bw*^> 

No. 29 IJBYEE, 



WH0LK8AU DEALER IM 

Cnsisiioii, Smitoit, l^ftstmtgji, ^^ittljt^ unit 'SxmS^i tjinit fmX 

ALSO, 

A kige UMrtniflBt of lBq«it6d aad DoBMitte WiaM ud UqiMKi. 




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lf«. 911 Mafai Mw—ty 

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CdTiBM^ 




4 CjOHitAl^lTLT-Oll i|AHD 

China rf all deacriptioM, Pjitol% ftm Trimmlngi, Ac* 



18 OAXlCN^ dfT tfOttCtfSfKt 



WHOLBSALE DEALBB8 IN 



Ckt^ing an)r J'nrii^^ (i00i^5, 



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CLOTHS, VESTINGS, 

AND 

TAILOBS' miMMINOS. 

mo. llld Main Oiw^tj 

GAUHJA, ILL 

^^ lltsBGHAiiT TmoBma DBFABiifEiirr in charge of Mr« 
Maas. 

. : : fMVll A SVABfti 

CABPET^, BOOTS, SHOES, &C., 

If o* 99 Main Strvet^ 

S-^S"-} GALENA, ILL 

g^ Particular attention paid to orders. 





MT XES S a S3 (BIy 

SADMilS, imNKBi VALINES, &C: ^ 

A#» 90 Hiaifl awraM^ 

GAUtMAfiLL, 



84181 &«tlS 8t«ft8« 




Staple atti Jfttwcg §rg ^00lrs, 

No. 1^ 06imt ef Mdft «ikl SOI 8tiMli» 



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BY 






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MAISON FRANOAISR 



I I , 1 I Mt,,.j.JM|M». 



8s ^1 9H8VBi 



leat|ir, 



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DBALSB IN 





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Shot Findiitgsv ft^ ., 

yg^Higba^ uMlk^t price ^d at afi tunes fyr Hides and 

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30 GALENA Oinr DIBEClTOSr. 



DSALBB DC 



(Uoiptiig wn^ IPr; ^a^ §00ts, jS|ots, 

Hats, Caps and Furnishing Goods, 

XTo. 168^ NewluOl's Blook^ 

GALENA, ILL 

^^ Boy's Clothing constantly on hand. 

J. A. PAOKABB/ 

WHOUHAUt DBALSB n 



Staple and Fancy Dry 




III 



GOKBS, LiCES, BIBANDS, BOOTS AND SHOES, TEAS, kC. 

If^. 104 MatB street. 



HENRY FRICKE, 



mUlMMTS 



JfOm 109 Mmin Street, 

GALENA, ILL. 

[gP* Has on hand a choice assortment of Jewelry, Gold 
anoSilTer Watches, Brass docks, &c. Pays the highest price 
for California Gold. Eepairing done and work warranted. 





AT THE 

EAILEOAD EXCHANGE. 



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n nu i. lutira. 



♦•♦ 



Comer of MalB and Gear Streetsi 



OAUBKA COTT IKIBBOrcmT. S| 

JAMES CARTER & CO. 

Bankers and Exchange Dealers 

Foreign and Domeftio. 

Collections and remittances made to all parts of the United 
States, Great Britain and Ireland^ and the chief cities of 
Germany, 



XVOOBPOBATBD 1819. 

Pah) w? Oapital, - - - $300,000, wrra Labgs Subplub. 

Haying transacted business for thirtT^five jem^ the j£tna 
Insurance Company is well known to all insurers, and con- 
tinues, at its Agency in this dty, to issue Policies and setfle 
claims. Its terms are.liberal^ and its punctuality known. 
All descriptions of fire risks and internal Marine risks insu- 
red at this agency. THOMAS H. BBUCE, PreddmL 

E. 8. KIPLEY, Vice PreddmL 

Thob. a. AfiTCTAWPBtt, Se^* 

JAMES CABT£B, Agent, Galena. 

OF THB OITT OF JHJBW TOBX. 

OashCapttai^ $600,000 

This Company insure against fire risks in this city and 
neighborhooo, and also Marine risks by internal navigation. 
On approved Steam Boats they will grant Marine pohdes of 
insurance. Polid^ issued and losses settied at the Compa- 
ny's Agency here. 

SIMEON L. LOOMIS, Pmndmt. 
JAMBS CABTEB, Agent, Galena. 

|)j)(tttif Jfttsttrance €om|)ans, " 

ST. ZiOXTIBy mSSOUBL 

This Company issues policies covering all manner of Ma- 
rine Bisks, on terms very favorable to the insured. On, open 
policies a liberal return premium is paid, and the usual cred- 
it given in all sums over $50. Merchants will find it to their 
interest to arrange open Policies with this Company. 

HON. JTOHN noyryMw!/arqf8t.lMms,Pre(ft 

JAMES CABTEB, Aj^t, Galena. 



SJkLIVA Cnr DOBITroBT. 



|rif(8Sor «f % f kna itxit anir jSiitpij. 

AUO, KBAIXB DT 

Piaao FtffteB and Mmdodlfndundka, 

H*. oa MKia Street. 

Ststn ( §llffl'5, f mutl §ilbtrf s wH ImtaBm ( prut's 
0«l«biated Fiano Fortaa^ 

AH sold at maker's prices, and warranted to give ftaSett 
BatisfoctioD or Uie money refonded. 

Sheet Music, (Voeal and lostrameital,) 

Instmrnratal Instnietion Boob, 

MELODEONS, GOTTABS, 

VIOLINS, FLUTES, FIFES, CLARINETS, 

TUNING HAMMEBS,TtrNnrO JOKKS, 
Steing* for all IilsteiiiiMiits, 



OAUOTA onrT 13 
STo. Se liCTec, oppotlte tlie Steaptlfoat Lajl41>Bf 

'Wholesale G-rocers, 

^artnarlimg uS Commission Ptrtjants, 

DEALSKS IM 

Fntot, CoPw, 8iigai, Taa, Naila, 

Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Tobacco, &c., &c. 

ConstftBdy on hand a full siipplj of the best Eaetern Hope, 
•nd nil articles kept in the Grocery baaiaeas, which hare 
1>eien purchaeed of sret hands for C^h, and are ofEbred tea 
sale at Wholesale on the moBt reasonable terms. 

Aga»tB.for the NEW" TOKK POWDKK COBtPANY, 
■Dd MAIIB-PS CELEBRATED COVE OTSTEES. 

CMere filled at short notice for all desoriptione of ItUh, 
Rporting and Blasting Powder, of a superior quality. Choice 
Wines and Brandieta fin* M e ^ doal pvposee, that are fblly 
gmRTfinteed. 

R. L. ROSEBROUGH, 

MmEi I 

0»nier of Spring Street aa4 XieTee^ 

SUti&liaai, • ■ -. - - S2>£>SS<3Si{. 

OOHSTANTLT OK B^SD 

St0]iBi«tids, f omir f aHtIs, f raMonts> 

Mantels, Bureau, Table and Connter Tope, 

Impo^ Stwes 3od Tiles for Flooring. 

Attain FOB THE 8ALB OF 

FRENCH BUSB MILL STONES, 

SmA Bolting Olotli, Aa 



B. t. HABBI% J. M. BABtWw 

R. 8. HARRIS & CO. 
Wholesale and Betail Ghx>cers, 

JortoarMtiJji anlr Cffmmissioii l!t«rr|aiits. 

No. 0| fltoiM Bntldfag, LevM^ 

QALENA. n^L. 

Agents for a number of Galena & 8t Lonig and Oalena 
& 8t Fanl Steam Facketo. Also, Packets on the Wisciln- 
sin Biver. Merchandize forwarded with Care and Despatch. 

% (UlGNl CUIR MIMICTORY. 








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C|air mi Calrinrf Mm Patrnferfums, 

N*. 9*T Mala 8t*«et) 

OAIiBirA, njib 

|^~ A libecal disootint made to Betail Dealers. Tnmiiig^ 
done to order. 



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Whousaub ahd Retail Dbaxxb n 

FAirCT & STAPLE DET GOODB^ 

Ma 84, WMt aid* Bbtai sl^ 

GAL.KNA, n/L.> 

BALTIMORE OLOTHINa STORE. 



Wheletale and B«tell Dealer In 

IIUT4nH OIIK Ul BRUniS: IHiBBR (HK 

^o. 148 Mmiu Street; 

GALENA, ILK 



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B. fl. CAIOBBLL, J. B. J01IB8. 

nHua niBK iiMi i (MiBSiii nuius. 

AND AGENTS OF THE 

mniiu PMEiT tniPAif , 



cx^i" sisabXoif 



• 0* 



|g^ All business pertaining to the ofSce of City Sesjton 
attended to on short notice. Orders lefl at my house, 

Comer of Prof^eot and South Street^ 

Or with R DTE, in Old Town, will meet with prompt at- 
tention. 

— - ■' -.,--■ — . . ■ . ,,.. . , . _ 

B. r. FBLT. T. M. BABBEB. 

B.F.FSLTa€0. 

G&OOEEIES, FBOVISIOirS, Ac. 

No. 164 MAIN STREET, 

GALENA, ILL. 




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iB¥ L ssnmfra, .. 

Whtttoiitt and BetaU Deator in - 

BBADT-MADE CLOTHING, 

And Oonfloxiioxis* Fun&ishliiff Ooods^ 

ALSO, 

, Hatfli Oap8| Bootai ShoeSi irali«e% Trunks, &Ot 

mo. 88 Main Street. 

GALENA, ILL. 

f^T Country Merchants are respectfully invited to exam- 
ine the aboTe fibofb. 



26 OALiSTA OITT BIHECrrOBT. 

S. OBjBlWFORD as Oa 



Wholuals axd Bxtail Dsalxm or 



rAUHMIS All iTI-lliiili 

UV ill H UK mill (UK HWBR' (U»UL 

FRENCH AND ENGLISH CHEHKAIS, 

Tiedi Groimd SplMii Baldng Powdexv fto , for fB^ 

]tfo. 91 Main Street, 



p^ Dealers, by calling on ns, or writing to ns, can have 
onr Prices Current — whicn they will find as low as St Louis 
prices, and in many instances lower. The greatest care giv- 
en topacking and forwarding. 

g^ They have heen appointed Whcdesale Agents for 
Houghton's Pepsin, Townsenot Sabsapamlla, Ateb's Ches- 
BY FtoroBAL,and most of the Popular Patent Medicdnee, 
which they dispose of at Manufacturers' Prices. 



^^^^Jh« M^l ^afc I 



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WHOLB8ALB AMD BETAIL 









9 

mkmkmEmmM, 

No. 37 LEVEE, 

GALENA, ILL. 



9 < 

GALEKA cnr DIKBOTOKT'. 2T 

BY 

TH. METZGER, 



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TH. METZGER, 



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BUREICHTER & HELIMM, 

No. 180 Main Street , 

i: ikgaST"-} GALENA. ILL 

iiiTfiiiisiai" 

Wholebalk ard Betail Dealer nr 

§aritoa;re atii Ctitltrj, Cast ^tel, |lai(s, 

Mechanics* and Miners' I^oqIbi 

»»>£ AND FASMING mPIMENTS. 
910. «0 Mala at.; 

"«-^«*''» GALENA, ILL 



Ka&Q&ctilra: of FadiioiiaUi^ Boots, 

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No. IIT Mala st^ 



eimi. cnT DOOcnsT. 



Chemicals, Dye-Woods and Dye-Stnl, 

OOb, FaiittB and Faintar'a AiAH—, 

YaaiOm, WiaJ«w WimitiJ Pittj, 

(usiulrhhdt immiuitTiinReiK 

Patent Medicmes, 

FDBE WINES AND BMNSIES FOB XEDICAI FDKPOSE^ 
FANCY AETICLES, &o^ &c^ &c, 

Jfo. T8 HalB Street, OaleMt. 

Orders &oin the eonntry promptly attended tQ, and eatis- 
&ction gooranteed. 

Wh. O. BonwicE, MiLTOH O. Hiofflm. 

BoBtwick Sl TTigsinfl; 

%iitixmp m)i €mmllm at ^ahr, 

Land, Collection and Insurance Agents, 

Of Uce c«mer of Mala aa« BUI aU. 



GALENA orrr dibbotobt. 89 

GALENA TELEGRAPHERY. 



OF THE 

lllitiois tttii Utosiipi SriegrapJ^ fine, 

IN CONNEOTION 
IN THE 

United States and Canadas. 

OFFICB If*. 98 I<BTEf:. 

HON. X D. OATON, President. 
£. H. B&EBE, 2>«r»!6>r. 



MAMO^ACTUBKll OV 

FASmONABLE HATS & GAPS, 

AMP SkEALBB IN 

ftft MAINSTREET^ 55 

All kind of Hats cleaned and repaired in the best manner. 

Miiuii IB nnssH iuuin; 

No* 45 Main ftreet^ 



80 fuvm^ omr DmsoTOBy. 

•uiumitTeMi 

JAMBS EL SAMFSOir, 

(Suooenor to Dr. A. Colard,) 
tHFOMRB noi WmoLEMJOM AK» Bkeail Dbalu ht Pcbb 

Paintii OUsi Window aiMi| 

Sroggfit's Wan, Dye Stnffi^ Patent Mediciiiet, 

lSmai\y irtts|ts, Sttrguid |nstr«ttttnts, imi ^ <§Kt)tm S^ttlit, 



AMD DfPOBTEB OF 

mmm, fb^nch ab (sitHAif cfiBiacAiiS> pnHMRt 

Pure ViOM ml Bi^iMlki te Medtert nie, 
lllo» 1 lf4L Main Street ^ 

«a»tiiiu 



-^— <a« rf«'^i«mi<fci>rt 



WiLUAM RYAir, J. l£. Eyaic, 

WHOLBSALG GR00EB8 

AND 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 

DBAUlllS IN 

PROVrSlONS, WINES, LIQUOR^, SbC, 

No. aO« Matlt street) 

OB AR ROV S& 

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Mi«».«ewAai« 

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(L«to of tib« Aiiieri8ai^.Hoiuey) 

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iiWliiiWI mmwmmsimM l0illMij| 



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D£ALBR IN 



GAliiENA, ILL 



AndFiiniidiiiigOoi>diofattdMoriptioruii ,^ 

tW^ Garments of all kind^ neatly and fashionably made 
toordei** 



yr 



IKENNIS ETAN, 



disMK II R A T M A tt « :£sfldE 

Ooxti«r of BrocLdway and Slfoeker Street^ 




» « I » i i I 1 i ' |<I r « I li I » I »i « < ■ • ■■! I . J > I 1^1 



ONE PRICfi STORE. 





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MAIBT 8TIl!i2£T5 Tbiree Bboiril al»ove Franklin^ 

••' '■' ^'''';;' ."• ' GAiEN-A, ill; ' • 

8m OB hand ind it ^gti^tfuiaif r«o«i%tUig i^ gMi«n^ aM^HtttntvOf 

n fliKtiioiiB. IK snKtoKiui Qiirm 



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1AME8 SYENBi ' . JOHN COLLINS^ 

. if Ml 4 ^%lL4lSi» 
Boot mi Sboe Kanufaetaretii^ 




OALKNA cnr I 
No. IM Bbin BtiMt, oppoalt* 01t7 HotoL 



R. BUTOUX 



TOT, COFFEE ASD SHEET IBON WABE, 

DEALER IN 

JAPANED Hm JATSW TINWAKE, COOHNQ m> HB^I^G STOVES. 

Snitable for tlie Parlor, Sininf Boom or Offloe,, , . 
And Stovee adc^ted to the tue of Wood or OoaL 
AI>SO, 

Table Catlery, Coflfee Milla, Fire Seta, Smoothing Iroiu, 
Cookhig Spoons, Bread (ind Ohomiig Ksires, M«at Satn VM 
Forks, Sr^ Toasten, Hatchets, Covered SIdlletB, Brass, 'boa 
and JapaDed Candlesticka, Scotch BovIb, Cast Iron Sinks, 3 
sizes; Ciateru and Well Pnmpe, Cast BxHiLaondrrFamaces, 
Cast Iron Door Scrapers, all Muds; Lead Pipe, Bell's Lard 
Lamps, Frying Pans, Iron Ladles and Skimmers, Extra Pots, 
Kettles and SkiUets, all sizes; Patent Glass Lanterns, Sieves 
and Shovels, Coal Kiddles, Coal Hods, Hat and Moose Traps, 
Emt Scoops and Beaters, Bicd Cages ai^d fomitnre, Conid^r 
9RaB.ana Balances, Patent Waffie Irons,' S^tfeoons^ ^oe 
and Sugar Boxes, Stamped Hn Ware, &e. 

Auo— Wincbel'B c^dmM 'W«t«r Oartfrs, vith or vritb- 
ont Rlters; Toilet Ware, tc«ether with many other articlea 
na^il for Mtchen poiposea. Wholesale or Betftd, at low prioea. 



-aoSBPH COATIVORTH, JAIUU 0OAT8WOKTH. 



JOSEPH COATSWORTH & SON, 
Irartiral €hck Kn1s Mdt^naktxB, 

Xo. 14T Main 8tr«i«t^ 

D rupgctfnltr olH tlu itUntion of Oh poblle to Ibetr HHrtasHt of 
wUcIi rvaittt in put of EbiIIbIi Leim, Qiplei ud CiHiidn' 

ts, OoH OHH of T^blu', BoUuod'i, MorOmer'i, Johnign^i, Xd- 

wd'i, KuDdelTi, Bt«)tj'( vid EHion'i mmkr, m 14, ]6ud 18 kiret Oold 

■.cuaiiOolduid Wliita Di>li,la bunting wad plain cuei. AlK.SirlHud 

BF[nHhGaUV>tsh«t,OTllnd«r, LiTcr uid commOD moieraanti. Aln, au- 

Ten, DeUcbed Leren, CjUodor uid commoD muiemcntg in Bunting cuei,^n- 

' 1 bapurchued bi the Eait. 

wK k»p ■ lirg* ukortmBnt of Clocln, iibl<Ai ire irill leQ Wholeul* or EeUU, 

I hono;. Maple, Itouwoad uid Metol cu», hdui wlUi Alum mirke. Alio, Marine 
lorLaTsrOlockemoailmepleceiiiiltable At BUambott*. nH of nhicb will be wu- 




JXWBLKT, ooaaWinii of Eu Blngs, Flnser Binn, Br 
' — '-'— OMiaawer ud common Specteolot. C 



•uOmnie*, 

BrftunlitTa 



n demiptlon. QM, Bttnt ud common SpecUclei. Cold. Sttrer ud conuno 

,Tblmb)*i, ■ IDptrkir «rtkle of DiamoD 1 pointed Gold Pena In Oold ind Slim a 

■nd Dommoa Suard Cb^ni, Fab and Vent Cbaloi, SUk Ooardi, Spectacle Ci 



Bpoonii BUrer and <)eFin>n Sllier BnCtor Knliee, Bait and Hnttaid 
MonaK^ni ■- ■ ~ ' " ■"■ -■— ■ 
■— - ° Hw 

— _„ , _jlaB»i Claiioiieta. IT«i*Di*^ , , , 

Hania.Slage Hatna,Corn(ip[uii|OpIm!lid(*, lirombanni, Bnglei, Tnbai, 



nitoli.Toitdtr Fladia, Boiii* Kuina, Packet Bnlng, Bri- 
- "--ri^Cwuo Jof[« inaetar- -■--'- 

, , , _ -uBiyea, Ti 

Triugle^ OiBlaBetL darioneta. FIueoMa, Baaa Viola, Trmnpali, Poet 



ea Pot^ Cofibe Fota, Bugar Boitla. Cnam Jon In aeCa or dneli 

HUnOAI. raSTBDMBirrH of vm duo^tiom, conaMiw 
■ ottna, Aooardran, Flstlnaa, Gultara, FMxi, Plfc^BanJea, Tambc 



Tamborinei, 



OB obtained to order at Eaaternpricca,irilllllw 
adoinon ol Freijtbl. 

UUilar; Trlminlngg, inch ai Ollt and Slliend Lace, Frin^, Oord, Braid, Btan, &c. 

CASH PAID FOR CAIIPORNIA QfflD AND (ffiD SILVER. 

FARTICDLAK ATTENTION GIVEN TO 

Sfipairinff of Clocki, WatctiM, Jewelry, Hosical Instrnmenti, Ao. 

Sent foi^at 147 Main Street, Oalsna, HL 

J. COATSWORTH & SOH. 



34 OALKETA cirr DnonTroBT. 

NORTHWESTERN BOOKSTORR 

Jfo. 04 M»iB Btreet. 




JOSEPH N. WAGGONER, 

4 itoiy Brlok Comer, directly opposite New Hotel. 




♦•♦ 



Conitaiifly finr nle, at Wludenle and Betafl, 

A LAB6E AKD WELL SELECTED STOCK OF 

School Books and Stationery, 




If ■■■a vvvAWf 

SUNDAY SCHOOL FUBUCAnONS, 

LAW, MEDICAL AND THEOLOGICAL BOOKS, 

AND 

Standard Works 



To which is invited the attention of 

Oowitry MexchantSy Teachers^ 

• AM) 



^•>«- >■ *- 



ALSO, rOE SALE, THE NEW EDITION OF 

WEBSTER'S LARGE DICTIONARY, 

At the Publisher's reduced price. 



r***- 



MMrniov 





WBinKG AND PBDrmro fafebs, 



At Manufacturer's prices. 



-«•- 



Office of School Commissioner of Jo Daviess County. 



OALSi^A corr DmscrroBT. 85 



MANUFAOTURER OF *! 



Hair, Cotton, Husk, Moss & Straw Mattresses 



Sfia^ Site; Uno; ^pllnoS; €wMs^ h. 



drden left at tbe Furnitnre Waterooms of E. (3E AHAM, Bfain fltreel^ abbre Fnutk- 
lin, or P. & 8. DRUM, opposite the Bradley Houe^ will meet with prompt attention. Mat- 
conatantly on hand at the above phcee. 
AU work warranted aa repreaented. 

" ! ", 'III 11 trnt I ■< W H I I ff I I I ■ !«■ ■ 



Corner of Main and Hill Streets, 

GALENA, ILL. 



WHOLESALE DEALER IN 

•♦- i ,i -I. 



'DmgBf Chemicals, Ferfomery, 



•- -«.' -..' • It ,< 





mmm 






mmSBKQMi (SUE 
Dr. Vr. S. 

PBACnCEB HIS PBOFESSIOK 

« •?- .-^f - .• -■ • '. n 

In tho Oity of Qalona and adjacont Oonntiy. 




... f. 



OMl«« over the Hank at Galena. 

o2 



QiixaA. orrr DiBxcrroaTt 



ntON HOTTNTAIN STOBE, 

No. 33 u:vsE, 



Edward H. Beebe, 

AGENT POE 

ST. LOUIS BOILING MILLS. 

DEALER IN 

■ISSBNI milTMl IIOI, 



GABFENTEBS AIH) JOINEBS, 

Corner of Ii«Tee and Bprlng Street, 

{Ont KlctaudKHi'i BlukudUi Sbop,) 

EDWAED SALOMON, 
Dealer in Beady-Made Clothing, 

JHm. 89 and ftS Hmiu St., 
13^ Boy's Oothing of every deecripticpii. 



OAUBKA OTTT DIBBOTOBT. 37 

JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, 

Office OTer J* Hi. TTaggoner's Bookstore^ 

(Bntranoe on Qreen tt) 




And Collection of Deltts. 

TIMOTHY MURPHEY, 

m 




ill II 




Iiower Iianding, 

GALENA, ILL. 





i 

Wholisalb ijn> Bbxajl Dbazjeb nr 



GBOCEBIES, PROVISIONS, 



No* ffT Main street^ 

(Kmt Am LcfTM^) 



«^4M«4» IM. 



O; H. FEHR7, 



BiMldMMe ooniMr of ]>odg« tnd Onmi StxMti, 



38 OALENA OTTT DIBBOTOBT. 

MAin7FAbTUftft& OP • 

Double and Single Barrel Shot (fnns, lyqes^ 



SonUtflhatOaMaadBiflM laad* witk ft* gmttHt MM ■adminaMgMaiM 

kepahunq neatlt done at short noticb. 



H. B.— Fowdar FlMkt, Shot PouchM, Game Sagi, andoveiy article InilM 

Line ooiutanlfy «i» hand and Ibmle low. 



yf 



Oall and Bxamine sttha Rock Hoqm^ oomer Haln and Peny itrMti. 



■'» » ■ 







AND 



(Oppoitt* Bank of Oriwi ) 



Ho. TV Maim at., 

GALENA, ILL 



J. C. Bonner, 

T^o?i 4ffi) par ovAraa 



No. no M«la Street. 



GALENA, ILL. 



JOHN A. HAASE, 




mmm 



'it t X •••il 

- * ; , . ■ - . r ■ -i f i T 

No* 118 Main Street^ 



%V\i%^V \v^. 



GAIJmA OTTT DIKBCTOBT. 89 

NAOL£ & GILLMOM, 

Soot mi Shoe HaiuifiM^jira, 

No. lis; MAIN STREET, 

GALENA, ILL. 

J. A. Presley, 



WHOUBUXX DSACKR n 



CigarSt i^tihutm u) ^tiwfft 



OOlSreTASITLY OS HAM), 



Every article belongmg to the trade. 



No. 119 Main Mreet^ Galena. 



»ft«e. MSI 



» 




fs»ft« 



trt 





Bff 

No. 98 Main Street 






!i»«r. 



GALENA, ILL. 



TOWN cou^grofR 

OF 




Office Bt tlie Court HqiMe^ 

OALEINA. II^Lu 



40 GALENA CITY DIEBCrrOBT. 

W^uhdmtt attlr "^qmtx of dtitej, 

ANI> 

All sorts of Edge Tools. 

No. ara'Mafn street, 

Scissors, Bazors, Emves and Saws sharpened. Um- 



brellas and Parasols repaired. 



SANDERS & RITTER, 

Wbouesals asd Bszah. Dbalebs nr 

D£T GOODS, CKBOCERIES, 



If o. aoc Blaln Street) 

GALENA, ILL 





No. 69 Main Street, 

<"^ «'r^™') GALENA, ILL. 

1^** Hair, Moss and Husk Mattresses, Feather Beds, and^ 
all kind of B^ddii:^ constantly on hand. Carpets fitted and 
made, and all kinds of Cnrtain work done to order. 



WHOLSBALB AND RETAIL 

Grocer and Provision Dealer^ 

No. 908 MalnlStreet, 

CtATiT! 



GALENA orrr dibbotoey. 41 

mTIVESTERN LEITHGR DEPOT, 

]Vo. T9 Main Street, 



GEOOES, SANFOBB & Go. 



WaoLsaALE Ain> Retail Dbalxbi or 



W|«:, Salrikrj faritoaU; |fgs, fasts. 



wmm^ mm ^mBmm, m. 

Together with every article usually kept in our line of business. 

CASH PAD FOB HIDES, CALF AND DEEB SKINS. 
Agents for Self-Heating Smoothing Irons. 



H. L. CBOOKS, \ g.^^ 5 W. & N. FOINTZ, 

G. K.8ANP0ED, 5 '*'•"■• " " 



MOT (k WmMiSiM, 



'9 

DEAUSBS IN 



§xattxixs u)i lr0Hsi0KS, 




Oomer of Broadway and Meeker Street, 

^ARRACK & BLAIR, 



&Oii 





Corner of Hill and TVater Streets* 



ULMIk, ILL 



4& QATJnfA CITT DIBBCIOET. 

CABFENTERS AND JOINERS, 

GALENA, ILL 

Having established themBelTes in the above bnsineBB, are 
prepared to do all kinds of iroik in thdr lin^ vidi neateeas 
anddispatdi. 

otlttfi ilaAif ^ 



m? I8ISI8 All iiuiswah, 



Comer Hain and FrawkHa sti. 

o o o ca Twrtj^T^^ 



<-►'■<: J. 



J. L SLATKAEER, 




« • 




Residmce on Second Street^ £cut side Galena Biver^ 
between Adams a/nd Ja^skson. 

H. CLYMO, 

DEALER IN 

^xamxts, |r0irisi0us, Jrj ^uh, 

BOOTS, SHOES AND CROCKERY, 

Jio. 988 Main Street^ 

GALENA, II^L. 



aALEHA OTTT DtKBCTOST. 



Stolits, fin, iflfi^r anir 5|td |ron Mare 

MAIN STBEBT, 

GALENA, ILL 
Oq hand and constantly receiTing a eood aaBortment of tiie 
most approved Patterns and ntest styles of 

Cooking and Heating Stoves, 

CISTERN, FORCE MD WELL PUMPS. 



a GALEHA Orrr SDCBCnrOBT, 

WHOLESALE 



Book, Paper and Stationery Store* 



♦»■» 



JOSHUA BROOKES 



WHOLESALE DEALER IN 



^11 feinh flf ^f|<ifll giTflb, 

Blank Books, Wall Fap^r, 
PAPER AND STATIONERY. 

Letter and Cap Papers, Lead Pencils, 

Blank Books, Slates and Pencils, 

Pocket Books, Tnlra and Likstands, 

Note Papers, Sealing Wax, 

Envelopes, Waters, &c^ 

Steel Pens, Porte Monaies, 

Gold Pens, Port I'olios, 

QuiUs, &c^. &c., &c. 



<i<^>» 



Constantly on hand a large and well selected' assortment of 

ALL THE 

Mm ^nttlttattBns mdt Blitgii|tiits of t|it Saq 

Received by Express as soon as Published. 



< i^ >> 



JOSHUA BROOKES, 

No. 99 Main §t^ Gulenaw 

AGENT FOB 

PMNCE & GO'S CELEBMTED MELODEONS, 

For sale at Manii£a.cturers prices. 



GALENA CITY DIRSGT0BT» 45 

VaOS. W. TRECO. ^*^^if^ J. W. WOO0BUFF« 




TBE60 & WOODRUFF, 



Importers and Dealers in 



imiin anlr S^mtan farWuau, Iran, 



'» •'■^ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■» ^ > 

No. 84 MAIN STREET, 

O^ouv doom abore Bank of Oaleiuu) (r AT l^N^ A TLiT 



-*♦»- 



Always on hand, an assortment of Juniata Iron and Plough 
Steel; ISaylor's Cast and Blister Steel; Wrought, Cut and 
Horse Naus, Spikes; Anvils, Vices, Bellows, Stocks and Dies, 
Axles and Eliptic Springs, Mill, Circular and Cross-Cut Saws, 
Coil and Bright Chains, Carpenters' Tools and Building 
Hardware, Tinners' Tools and Stock, Scythes, Sneaths, Forks, 
Hoes, Shovels and Spades. 

AGENTS FOR FAIRBANK'S SCALES, 

Heitz's Improved Salamander Fire Proof Safes. 



Jordan & Dean, 

General Commis^inn 




trtlants, 



AND 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS, 

No. 81 Mftin st, 

GAliENA, ILL. 

"Will attend promptly to sales of all kinds 

Merchandize, Beal Estate, &c« 

Both at Priyate sale and at Auction. 



OALEKA. am jaSSOKXS. 



MERRILL, COWLES & Co. 

IMPDETBBS AKD JOBBEU OF 

FOUM m IMiSTIC OlY CODIS, 

Commission Mntk 



AMD WBOUMALE DEALKBB IK 

SLSTBIIGi MtTSv MUtt UT8| CAPS, 

STRAW GOODS, TAMKBB MOTIONS, AC. 
No. lOS Main itreet, 

DrBOTO HOME BLOCK. GALENA, ILL 

□. & Co. intend to keep 
idy Bupplied with erery 
tioD of Goods in the above' 
irchased for the Western 
which will be eold at the 
:t living profits. 

intry Merchantis 

rited to c^ and examine 
ck and prices before going 
Sonth, as we are conndect 
make it an object for them 
here. 

nicce«9 which has attended 
■warranted us in baying 
arger stocks than have er- 
>re been brought to i^ 
;, and we ehaU increate 
e the growing wants of the 
f demand. 

facilities for buying goods 
iorpaased by any house in 
38t, and we are confident 
L make it Sot the ^tereet 
h or prompt paying cns- 
to boy of' m: 

M. a fc 00. 



QiLssA. onrr nsxoiovt. 



47 



B. SMITH, 



Ooaunmoe Strsat, between Hill Mad 



^ vi C 



HAS A LABOS AND WELL 8ELKCTED STOCK OF 

wmm n wmmis 

BlAPf AV. JAft VlfllBS 

For the Aooommodation of the Fublia 

^^ A larse niimber of his Carriages were made to order 
and combine lightness and strength with all the latest im- 
provements for easy motion. 

g^His Horses are weU trained and in good condition. 

1^* Polite and carefnl drivers sent with Horses and Car- 
riages. Orders for the conveyance of Families and Fleasnre 
Parties promptly attended to. 

<■ , I M ill • I • .»., •• I ■ • • ,. : I I I I ' l I ■ . — . . II I. , 



Wholuauc ahd Bxxail Dbalbbb nr 



BEADT-MADE CLOTHING, 

AND 

GENTLEMEN'S TUBNISHINQ GOODS. 

Main tt^ naar Steamboat Landing, and Ko. 97, Desoto House Blod^ 

OALENA, ILL. 

A«A TTATT/R ~ 

miCILIlYIUIl COITIJICTOI 

Beatdeace comer Hlfh and "Wlilte st«, 

GALENA, ILL. 



48 QAXJBHA CTTT DIR]iCJt>KV. 

GAZETTE & ADVERTISER 

POWER PBESS 

fl 

printing €staHis|meiit, 

OteBibr BCaln and Watt«n 8tXMti^ 



•♦• 



S. & MOUQfBTOMf OEFRAS FOSTEB, W. W. EUHTDrOTOK* 

H. H. HOUGHTON & Go. 

Continue to execute orders for 
In ^ departments. With the aid of 

THREB POWER PRESSES* 

Of the most approved construction, they are enabled to fill 

orders witn rapidity, in the most beautiM manner 

and at pnces to compete with the largest 

Eastern Establishments. 



♦♦» 



COMMERCIAL PBINTING, 

tJomprising Bills of Lading, Steamboat Books, Bills, Cards, 
Tickets, &c. Railroad Cards, Bills, Tickets, &c. 

13^ We invite the attention of Commercial Men and 
others to our styles of 

Fancy Borderings and Cards, 

Which we are prepared to print in the finest style of the art. 



-♦♦-♦" 



'9 

Comprisinff aU the different kinds for Justices' use, Warranty^ 

Quit Claim and Mortgage Deeds, Deeds of Trust 

and Circuit Court Blanks^ constantly on 

hand, or printed to oraer, on the 

best papen 



MRS. MARY MERRICK, 



4» 



Uro. 90 Main Street) t t 




FANCY AND MILLINERY GOODS. 

StrawBonnetsof every variety, Rich Brocade Press Silks, 
Silk and Satin Bonnets, Black Gro de Ehines, 



Embroidered Bonnets, 
Bonnet Satins, 
Bonnet Silks, 
Ruches, 
Leisses, 
Black Crapes, 
Colored Crapes, 
English Crapes, 
Bonnet and Can Ribbons, 



Fancy Stripe & Plaid Silks, 
Striked Foulard SUks, 
Striped Lawns, 
Berages, 
Collars, 
Chimizettes, 
Under Sleeves, 
Embroideries and Edgings, 
Gloves and Hosiery, 



Head Dresses & Fancy Caps, Mantillas and Cloaks, 
French Artificial Flowers, Dress Trimmings of all kinds. 
In conclusion I would say that we keep a general assort- 
ment of 



Fdnoy and MiUineiy 




Not enumerated above, which we will sell low for CASH. 
Call and examine Goods and Prices. 

MARY MERRIOK. 



W CMlUMA CnT TftSSKftOlST* 




mum iir Emm nmssmi iiiniin 

And Agents for the Bale of 



No. 106 IKAOSf STREET, 

GALENA, ILL. 

OtBdT their services for the sale of Beal Estate in the Oity 
and Country, and Merchandize of erery description, at pub- 
lic or private. Will also attend to Administi'ator'g, Execu- 
tor's, Trustee's, Partition and Underwriter's sale» of Real or 
Personal Property, on re&sonable terms^ 

— ALSO,— 

^^ Particular attention given to receiving Goods for 
Storage and Forwarding. 

O. 8. JOHN0OK» MOBXarr BEAND. 

■ — .. • : . 

Bo ^M'JttBiAiHf 

MAMtlFACTUBKB OF 

vsm QUI. ui uiRT nniinii mm. 

ALSO, FOR BALE, 

DAVIS'S METAUC BURIAL CASES. 

MAIN STREET) 

AH Unas of 'FLAIH AMD WASCX TCBIIING <m b«DD4 or ezMnrted <m 



IBIo IBo MMMM! , 

Wiiee over BeFmia^liam's Store^ MbAu sf ^ 



t 

mrOBTXKBOF 

Gbiiia, Glass and Crocked Ware, 



flsltli imir gtitmiB Wat, tMi ixHaji, 

wm ras, msm. wsm m ma. 

OIiOOES, OAS riX'lTJBJSa, &0. 
No. lOft Haln itreet, 

A r. OOKWIT^ J. A. «aB(». 

H. p. CORWITH & Cos 

▼HOLBSALB DEAI.KBS IK 

iTiiiis.mii;,ns.!iis.mtiR,&c,i[{. 

No. T8 Mala st, 

°"'~"^°"»^""^- GALENA, ILL. 



D.a. CHAFIN, PROPRIETOR, 

Main Straet, batwMii nranklln aod MeAmt, 

«j^s>a99di, s&2i&Qadse. 

^" Car Whedto, Mill Gearing, 8h4fta, GJvUndett, Wi^ra 
3oxea, Sleigh Shoes, &c., coDBtantlj od band. 

Castings of every description ndade to order on short notice. 
d3 



6fi OAUENA cmr taswcrtosT. 

WROUC8ALB DIALER IN 

Clothing, Furnishing Goods, 



AND 










Brick Sftore^ 160 Main street, 



Watchmaker and Jeweler, 

Whoubsalx ahd Rbtazl Dsalbr nr 

Sign of tho Oold Fish, 120 Main st, 

GALENA, IL.L. 

1^* Pistols, Guns, Sflver, Plated and Britannia Wares, 
Cutlery, Fish Hooks, Lines and Poles, Gold Pens, Razors, &c. 

Jacob Eberhardt, 



AND DEAUBB IN 

p^ Constantly on hand, a good assortment of READY- 
MADE OLOTHING and Genflemen's Furnishing Goods. 

>. 146 Main Street, 

OALENA. ILL. 



GALENA Omr 0ISBQIOST* 58 



J. t. jrOHNBON. D. A. BABR0W8. 

JOHNSON & BARROWS, 

Comer of Main and FranUin Sto^ 

iS^ Timber, Dimension Lmnber, Shingels and Lath con- 
stantly on hand. 

1854 Leather and Kndingr Stora 18S4 



DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF 



UtTIII, CUH Tlllilffi, SIIIUIT lUmil. 

Ijmnukti'f M unit /loMnga, kc. 

Main Street, opposite the Bradley House, 

GALENA, ILL. 

CASH PAID FOR HIDES. 




Dr. 'WILCOX, 

Office and Basidenoa over Brookes' Boolntoie, 
Comer Main and Oreen ttt. 



I 1 1 



Mhanltoturer, Wholenle and ItoteU Dealer in . 

ttUBFi siui M diim ume, iiTS;SmiiiB 

]f o. 190 Main Mre^t^ 

G<d^&a33<d^9 SSi£e 

CSrCASH PAID FOR FURS AND DEIKRSKINS. 



S4 GAXJSKA oirr dibectobt. 

J. "W. Campbell, 

JITTOPllRiFSi AT %A 






Wm attb&pA gfatfrt^y to ail proftiiionil bnrinaM •ntrmted to hto care. He will alio attend to 
ttH> j>jgt n>g of TafM>» ^Tiffllnation «f LwMi Tittiei» and jiychaae and yale of landa. OoHecttona 

Galbu BggMUB W i W . GorwiUi & Oo^ B. H. Onupbell & Co. 



CABSQH «E EATON, 

B. LONa, A^wit, %VV^1kV ^V^> 

All lands of Lumber constantly on hand. Orders 



proihpily filled. 



mmfi C. STROTHER, 



AND DKALBB IN 



V*. les Main Street, 



GALENA, H.L. 





m. 



^9f M.1 »#» Pf»!irt> 



CALENA, ILL, 



«uw;pu. q^T laBvcTEpiBT' 9ff 





WESSTAlt ESTABZiISHlDQIT 



SI TflEB 





Dra L B. & F. C Branch, 

DENTISTS, 

IVo. 85 Main Mreet^ 9d story^ 

CALENA, ILL. 



#■♦♦ 



TB n UTDMISr mUTIIKUII Tin RSI WBI 



• •» 



The PocNT aHrays eoudAMred a^d indvlged 

in onr chargeA 



56 GALBNA Onr KRBCTTOKr. 

S. W. McMASTEB, 

JtrttitrMtij mi (ttmmission $ltrr|atti. 



AND DBALER IN 
. o o a o ' ^XTtnTt 



David Bartley, 



wholhalb dsauee in 



iniic.iiii$ HI onus, mamim noifi 

OTSTEBS, SARDINES. GIAS8WABE, HAYMA CIQABS, 

No. 68 Main st.^ 

NawOw steamboat La&ding, flkAJ^MA 

Agent in Longworfh'f SpiM^Uiog Catewb<|WiiM, Giiiciniuti. 



TEOS. D. CONNER, 

Comer I<ev-ee aad Mala at^ 



Miss McComber, 

FASHIONABLE MILUNER, 

']»(». 141 Mala street, 

GALENA, ILL 



OALBSTA omr DiBEcrrDsr; 5? 

W. & J. FIDDIGE, ' 



DBALBB8 IN 



f t| ^mh, €xiitttiti, §oots anit JS^oes, 

' iiMawiinmaiiisfiE - 



MAIN STBfifiT. 



A btrg* Tariety of Staple Mid Faaej Goods for Country Trade. 





ONBPRieB STORE. 

BTo. IftS aiaiii Street, 

QAIiENA, HJL. 

IMFORTP AND STAPLE DM GOODS, 

^tUtt, ^jntntls, Sixss (001^, (f mttniMB, Elbimits, "Sm^ ^\ms, 

Geo. W. Campbell & Go. 

oexteraXm commission 

AND 

No. 34 liEVEE, 

~ S. B. SMITH. 

Fancy and Domestic Dry Goods, 

Oppofita Stage OflSp% Main streeti 

OALCNA, II.L. 

HAVE TOU SEEN TaS NEW GOODS? 



98 QAiiWA dSY mBammi* 

J. A. SSAIaTBW, 




GrXJlSr lk/LJk.^Si 

Main Street 9 Galena. 





_ * Improved Cbdn Twirt T«r«t BIHm, wtth orjritli^ePliteDt Miuutet, TtfM0ap«L Ball 
Bliarli, SwedgM, Shig Ifouldi, &o. Sporting ftUlef of even dMoriptkm. Dovbto Bi0iet| 
DoobiolUfl* and Stools Singlo and Double Shot OniUi Bifle Baneli^ Beiaiiitai ?a||ril jy 



Double Pliloli^ Voi«dv Flaaka, Shot Fouchet, Game 
' Onn repairing done promptlly and warranted* 





WaOLSaAKB AMD MSIAIL pBAUB,!* 



OEOGEElIItS, PE0VISI0N8, &e. 

No. 27 LEVEE, 



^^ Constantiiy on liand, a good asaortment of Family 
Grooeries ajad Boat Stores. 

heubto. F^ 

JUBxll/Hi UJT IxilS IrJiaiulSf 

. Corner TTasliington and Main Sts^ 

%4ainA» iM« 

RIGHABIKSON) 18 HDfSEU A^AIN. 



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JL H. Bichiffdsoilf 




lieree^ near I^onrer Brldse^ Galena. 

^ r* Bepairiiig of all kinds done in the neatest and most 

expeditidiis manner. Steamboat work of all kinds in my 
line executed on short aojtlt^e. 



MISBA OSTT DIBBCnPOBY. 






(SncoeMor to I>. A. Banowi,) 
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 

No. 14*3 Main Street ^ 

dJ^&SSd^^ &&&0 

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A lajrge supply of all lands conetantly on hand^ manirbctared 

firoxa the best c^ iSugar. 

FtttiM and Wadffingi «iq^lpUed with Oako, Job Cream, T^Ue Omanwnti, Jdliia, fte. 

on ahort Botioa* 

tW^ Oebmak ToifB of all kinds, and all of the most popu- 
larr ATBin* Mediqines of the day, at wholesale and retail. 
Orders firom the coiuitrj attended to with promptness. 

A 6MERAL ASSOftTHENT OF FIRE WORKS. 

aAUEiNA HOTXiIi. 



Nos. 59 and 61 Main Street^ 

Hear Levee, GALENA, ILL. 

Wm. Holder, 

MANUFACTUESB OP 



fate' anlr ^Mmm's §00ts, ^^m, 



,#.»rx» Z» XT llA IP «l, 
JiQ. 1811 Main st, 

»ALENA, .... ZXJJNOXa 



OALXNl. CSTT DIBBOTOXT^ 

NICHOLAS BOWLING'S 



Jlligtt, f jroitt anil |mtiatta |r»it ^tow,, 

Xo. 3 Diasonal and 308 Main at, 

UUU, lU. 

Copper, Tin, Sheet and Bar Iron, 

SSftrmg^t, Cut iili |nit fiilj, 

Engliih Bliater, Geiman, Spring; and Oast Steel, 
AutOs, Vices, Sledges, Hammers, Bellows, Stocks, Dies, 

lilXma, umiHO MD IECBMICIL UPLBIENig, 

Sutiitg, Mtiii sA l^eAa ^tno, 



DOTVLING'S 



PhcBii ix Fou ndry 

Having rebnilt and enlarged my 

FOUNDRY & MACHINE SHOP, 

I am prepared to execute all orders for 



Foundry Work in general, 

On the ehorteet notice, and in a tborongh and workmanlike 
manner. 
^^"With the aid of the most attentive and experienced 
Dranghtsmea, Pattern Makers, Moulders, Finifihere and Ma- 
chiniste, and osing none bntthe best materiale, this establish- 
ment will continue to turn out Castings of a superior qut^ty, 
and such as will compare favorably with those from any 
similar establifibment. 

WATER WHEELS 

Of nnrivalled excellence and of different dimensions, always 
on hand and for sale on reasonable terms. 

^- OFFICE AT THE SLIGO IRON STORE, ^^ 

No. 203 MAIN STHSET. 



flj2 qalbsjl orrt BUzscnoBT. 

At Xit GHETIiAiliiVi^ 



IMPOSTEB OF 




SBHfflAci ®ILAS 



9 

AND 




Crockery Ware, 




AMD DEALER IN 



CttWe Ctitlerj, Solar f amp, §ixfmhlt$, 

CHANDEHERS, PUTED AND BRITANNIA WAKE, 
Lookdng OlaBsea and Plate^ Paper Hangings, A>o. 



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. 17" Steamboats, Hotels, Bettonnta, and Private DweOiags ftirnished with goods in the 
ab ove Ifa ie, on cheap and aecommodatiDg terms. 

Tbe attention of dealers tliroagboiit the comitry is partletilirty solidted'. 



Awortod Orates and Ciidts of Comnion Wares always on Maud. 

SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO PACKING. 

]¥o. ISa Main Street5 Galena, 111. 

JAMES ROO^ 

(Late Btillman & Rood,) 

tfommissian atti ^ortDarMiij S^^tlant, 

AND WHOLESALE DEALER IN 

Fine Teas, Tobaccos, Sugars, Coffee, 

■aib and Gvocerifls, suited to Western Trada 

No. asidereej Galena, HI. 

Sole Agent for Nelson's Iron Bafbs, and Kanswba Bah Company. 



VTM. BAILEir; 

(Snceesior to J. F. Keeler,) 

WmOtMULK AHb RfeUIL DSAtKK tK 

Family Groceries and Frovisioiis, 

Ifo. ITS Kain Street, 

GALENA, ILL. 



B. r. irCLOSKET 

WHOLESALE 




No. 8a LilETEEf 

SAiiiii hl. 



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13^ libenl AdTSBOes Made on Oonsigninentt. ^/f?g 








KATTHEW PLUMSTEAB, 

Wbolksalb iuiD Retail Dbalsb m 

, Hi ^' 

Sign of the Big Booty 

No. IOI9 DeSoto HoiuM Block, 

GALENA, ILL. 

ISAAC KVAH8, JOHN ADAMS. 

EVANS & ADAMS, 

nnhttnxtxs d^MUks, 




Corner of Hlfflt and Franklin streets^ 

GALENA, ILL. 

Wm. W. VENABLEj 

No. wirnrain street, 

GALENA, ILL. 



^H) 





'Bags, WhioSy Curt And Dray Han 
geB4nl as8oniii«nt of eferything in his line. 



64 (uuQirA OUT ixBxaroBT* 

Crumbacker & Cd 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 




AND DEALERS IN 

FRENCH, GERMAN AND ENGLISH TOYS, 

ALSO, 

TIRE CRACKERS AND FIRX! WORKS, 

* 

No. lea MAIN STttfiET, 

Nearlj oppetlte the Biarket House, A AI_H A ILL 

Waddixigl aAd Yftrtief nippUed with Oake, tOb Cream, te, on shflrt notioe. 



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|t^* Country Merchants are invited to call and examine 
our stock and prices. 

McCully, Strocky & Go. 



Wholesale atid Retail Dealers in 




atifoare, Iroti, |tails, (glass, i:t., 



Sign of tha l^adlock, No. 1^4 Main street 

fiUMAi lU. 

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9 

John Valentine, 



FASHIONABLE 



^00t anlj*^|0e piantifaclnnr, 



MAIN STBEET, 

GALENA, ILL. 



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OAUKTA OITT DIKIOTOIBT. K 



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HENRY CORWITH, PmMfe»«, 

0. C. P. HUNT, OashMT. 



N. OOHVnTH & Co. 



§ankrii, i^ato m ^u\u^t, 



AKD 



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DEATVW ON 

• ^njM, ^0tW, Iwlitnl)', jmir nil prts 0f 4^r0|t 



Ii. S. FELT & Co. 



DEALERS IN 



DRY GOODS, HARDWARE, 



POWBER, &c. 



Wo. ISa MAIN STBEET, 



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OAUiNA ktTY DISBCrrO&T. 



miNA STBAIH FLOIKii MILL 



Corner of Meeker and Clande Streelfl; 



TELFOBD, WILLIAMS & Co. 

In their New Building, with large additions to their Machine- 
ry andTools, are prepared to do 

All kinds of Planing, 

Equal to any done by hand. 



Superior to hand work. 

Sipping done in a superior style. 

Of any size and number of lights, made to order in a work- 
manlike manner. 

ItoUing and Stationary, made equal to any done by hand. 
DOOR AND WINDOW FRAMES^ 

Of superior quality, on short notice. 

|g^ Orders for all the above kinds of work solicited, and 
promptly attended to. 



ST. LOUIS 



ADVERTISEMENTS 



li'OB 



Laige Importatioii of Dry Goods for the Trade of 1854. 



EDDY, JAMESON & Co. 

No. ITO and ITa Main Street, 

ABE IN RECEIPT OF SEVERAL THOUSAND PACKAGES OF 



Bfaking their stock full and cotnplete. Their Goods have been selected with unasQal cart, 
aad Merchants visiting their house will find their stock to be superior in taste to that of any 
previons season. Their Dress Goods, consisting in part of 

nnffli nras in TIB, im. mouk um 

i 

Aw styles by themselyes, and will not be exhibited for sale by any Eastern or Western Jobber . 
GMh buyers and prompt men will find it to their interest to examine their stock befine pur- 
chasing elM where. 

144 and 146 Main Street, 

3!?. Si^lSSS, 2&0. 

Are now opening the largest and best sefected stock of 

Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods^ 

Ever offered in the West, which they are determined to sell at Lower Prices, fiir cash and 
prompt paper, than any other House in the East or West. Constant additions will be made of 
the latest and moat ^gant styles of Silk and Drees Goods. Their stodc of White and Shelf 
Goods will be kept larg* and complete, comprising ev«ry artiele wanted. 

FOMEBOT, BENTON & Oa 

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68 OAIiXNA OTTT DIBBOTOBT. 

R. BEARD8LXB» I «. ,^^ i R. R. FIELD, I I. N. FIBUX \ g. «^.„^ 

J. K. FIBLdI *j«-*^««- I New York. I P. BE ABDBLEB, J "•' ''^'•^ 

FIELD, BEARDSLEE & Co. 

No. 160 Main Street^ 

OoziMr of Waihlngton Ayenue, 



DEALERS IN 



itm\, (&tsm% ^Kglisft anlr ^mmtim 

iimciisiiBmvisms,iiiMm 

And every description of 

WinCim, €oiim, f inm ^ ^ilh §tinh, 

Adapted to Men's Wear. 

Also, all kinds of 

TAILOR'S TRIMMINGS, 



AND 



818^8 99&8ISSIS# 9#%1I9% 



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1^** Our stock, in Extent and variety, is not Bnrpassed by 
any House in the West, and has been selected with special 
reference to the 

XTpper Mississippi Trade. 

A call from 



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BBOWNLEE, HOMER & Co. 

WHOLBBAUt DKALBBS DC 
AND 




« 

No. T6 Main st^ 

Batmen OUtv and Iiooiuit StraetBi 

Keep constantly on hand, a 

Foreign and Domestic Goods 

In their line, comprising ihe 
LATEST AND BEST STYZJBS OF 

IMPORTED & DOMESTIC FABRICS, 

FartiMilarly adaiptod to the 

Western Trade, 

And which will all times be found complete. 



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stocks, are solicited to call and 



pSjr Merchants Yisitin|^ St. Lonia mth die view of re- 
plenishing, or purchasing mil stoc 
ezainine before bnyii^ dsewhere. 

BrownleOi Homer & Ck>. 

No. Tft Main Street, 

■v.Miviritf : : : ■hhmvbi. 



7t ' GASXBA oar TaaasKiKr. 





Upholstery and Curtain Warehouse, 

IV*. lis Market mrevlj 



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At this establishment may be fotind the largest sto(^ and 

assortment of 

Upholstery and Curtain Goods in tlie Westt 

llie stock embraces 

PEBf TIUBTY OF UnRTIiN UTBItUlS, 

From the highest to &e lowest in price. 

GOMICES^BAKDS, 6IMB, COia)S &Ti^ELS. 

liBnMi SMm iv tttMCt iniiili: 

▲ oomptote asecfftment of 

innmuis ui mTuss uiuiMniiiu. 

Iticladisg all qnatitieB of 

noduM, Gimps, Taeks, ice. 

Hair and Spring, Mattresses, 

(V THE mm Qmrn^imn w oboeb. 

J. !■• flP** AITBIIlr'BW' 




OALSNA dTY DIKBOTOBT. 71 

DAVID PEARCEy 

WHOUBSALB DEALER 19 

I am now in receipt (direct from mknufactdi^es ia tne east) 
of the largest and most complete assortment of 

im tin iiiiiHiii uifliciu iiiiiis 

To which the fi|^Mion of j^tit^sers is called^ ayd aa esmm- 
anation of gooS|^^lim4 |i;ri^ Id^citd^ of wfaieh I have 

mo hesitation inifibjitiig idlCbe 1^ aecordance with their 

•desures, that is, i^0^ -^#4: <^ F^lmmbU 0eod8 at Fair 



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ADVERTISEMENTS 



FOE 



FBANCIS CLARK, 

Will keep conetantlj on hand a fiill aesortment of 

Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, 

CompriBing the 
TJnsiupassed in 

VABIBTY, QUAUTT AMD STTL^ 

And which will be Bold at Wholesale and Retail, far a 
unall CDminifiBion on the Eastern coet Farch&BMB at whtde- 
sale will be accommodated with the very beet aMOrtmemt and 
aa the most liberal temiB. 

FRANOXB OIiARK. 



OALBHA OITT DIBEOTOBT. 7S 

a. i«. eoMLr. t. p. btsm. 

B. L. COMLY & Co. 

€lrA» l?X%X£at8» 

Ain> WboiiMau An> Bbtail Dbaxjos hi 

No. ITO MalD Street, 

•HNyMMk HA* 

1^" Every thing connected with the above business con- 
stanilj on hand and for sale cheap. Also, on hand, a large 
stock of Iron Pipe and Fittings suitable for Steam and 
Water purposes. 



'William Blair & Co. 

IBIPOBTEBS AND DEALERS IN 

UDioi DGoa iffl mi luiiim ui EnaiT. 



No. 1 16 Iiake Street, , 



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GALENA CITY DIRECTORY. 






LIST OF NAMES. 

■■ r ■ ^^ *i ' " *■ ' i* . 

p.^»flMp«g«ifUIowiiB9)&'>te>idtibrlioiiM; Mf.forbMrdi; etr.ftv 
•sf. fm apposite ; M. fbr betfraen. TIm word Mreet is impliad. 



m-^ 



Abel, GteoTge, laborer, h Hickory. ' ' 

Able, Alexander, Eng I B B, bds Gear House. 
Ackerman,, H, gardener, b head Franklm, near Hickory. 
Ackerman, Jacob, g'ocer, Broadway near Gratiot 
Adams, John, firmEvans & A, plow makers, h High near^ 

IPranklin. 
Adams, Swanzey (col) water drayman, h Bench near Gvewa. > 
Adams, John, stone entter^ Jamon Bear Fewth. 
Adam, Albert, tailor, bds r W Maxeimer. 
Adolpb, Jaooi), shoemaker, bds L Krohling. 
Aftoo^inger, Joseph, wftgon maker, h Pra^lin near High. 
Ahl^ Henry, bar keeper, Switzerland Honse. 
ALPE^ J W, druggist, oor Main and WarrcQ, l^s Hmr 

sion House. — See advp 28. 
Alexander, A, (col) river, Cds H Smith. 
Allen, T 0, carpenter, bds David Moore. 
Allen, Joseph, carpenter, h Elk near Prospect 
Allen, M P, derk David Bartley, bds Bradley House. 
AHman, David, works Wezle, bds same. 
Allway, Mrs C, h near Bidgt. 
Altona, G, saddler, h Third. 
Ames, A S, tailor, bds L Dodnntting. 
Anderson, David, grocer, h Gratiot 
Anderson, John, raftsnum, bds Eagle Honse. 
Anthony, D, laborer, h Third below Jackson. 
Archer, Wm, butcher, bds P Betherbridge. 
Armits^ Isaac, wagon maker, Franklin, h Knffi 
Armstrong, miomas, fool) cook, h e Water above BonlliflUier. 
Armstrong, Joseph, laDoror, h Franklin. 



oiSJBm cnnr tasaxwrnxf* . 7fi 

Arnold, J P, pilot, h Fourth near Adams. 
Arnold, Edimn, oarpent^, bds € Pemb^rtiliT. 
Amdnester, H^ry^ oalHnet maker, h near »prii:ig. 
Asmns, John, miner, Ms John Gra^es^ 



Bachelloi^ Henry, tinsmith, h Gratiot. 

Backos, Dtephen, h !fooadway. 

Backus, Geo, laborer, bds Louisville House. 

Bader.David, blacksmith, h Franklin. 

BAIIEY, WM, Grocer, Main, h Prospect near Hill.— ^ 

adv. p 62. 
Bailey, James W, clerk G W Campbell & Co, bdft W B<^y. 
Baker, Walter, (cd) miner, h "West near Spring. 
Baker, Frederic, drayman, h Gratiot 
Baker, Jacob, dtayman, h Gratiot 
Balch, John, cooper, bds Wede, 
Baldwin, E S, clerk R S Harris & Co, h Gear near Dodge. 
Baldwin, John, gardenea*^ h Fourth near Adanie. 
B AlfK OF GALENA, cor Main and Warren— /S^j? 65. 
Barratt, E, New York House, Leyee. 
Barber & Chandlep*, merchants^ 192 Main. 
Barber, Seth, firm B & Chandler, h Hill near Diodgf, 
Barber, T M, firm B F Felt & Co, bds Dr £ Jones. 
Barton, John, carpenter, h Third mear Adams* . m * < 

Barton, John, gtone mason, b Franklin. n, : 

Bartels, Jno C, confectioner, Franklin. i. 

BABBACE & BLAIR, lomberd^eiBvCOi^HiUwd Wilier* 

See achp 41. 
Barrack, Jas, firm B & Kair, h IMm. 
Barry, Joseph, oarpeoter, bds M Im. ,, 

Ban!Oll^ iDominique, grocer, h Franklin. , \\ 

Barrows, J D, dentUt, bdsLa&yette House, ,i,r . 

Baerowss, D A, firm Jojmson A Ss b ^^Bsncb. , J}.. 

Barven, C H, tin smith, h cor Di&gonal and Benob. ^Z ^ . 
BABNCASTLE, JOHN,bootimdBhoenmlQKr,Hai«,Jt^3>o«^ 

bt 8nrii^ and Gear^-^/Si^ «Kfojp 27. 
Bamcastle, John D> clerk, bda John BarpoiMstiie. 
Bardwell, O, c$MeBter> h We«t near Kdge. , 
BAKKER, WM: S, phywoiaii, Wwwit Ma i Q Olwl^^ 

See advp 85. 
Barder, PhilC, laborer, h near Bigb« 
Bartley, Miles, liboiVtli Tfair4 b^w J^<dbmiu 



78 €M44itA qmr pmmxwr^ 

Borghesse, Pius, restaurant, Mfua o^ar Wan^en^ 
BOSTWICK & HIQGINS, attorneys, oor Main a»d Hitt— 

See a dyp 28. 
Bosturick, Wm C, firm B & Higgins, h head FrauldiQ. ti 
Bousle, YaleBtine, cabiiiet maker, li Fraaklin. 
Bowen, Q P, derk Wei^ey & Jewett, bds W Weigley. 
Bowlee, Miller, (col) baSer, bds City HoteL 
Bowley, P A, bar keeper Lafeyette House. 
Bbwstead, John, shoemaker, bds U S Hotel. 
Boyles, Thoe, laborer, bds Wm Gaio- 
Boyd, Francis, teacher, h Spring near Gear. 
Boyce, Samuel, clerk steamer Galena, bds Mansion House. 
Boyle, James, laborer, h near Mississippi. 
Boyle, Pat, laborer, h near Mississippi. 
Boyle, Charles, laborer, bds Pat Boyle. 
Boynton, A P, jeweler. Main opp Diagonal. 
Bradley, Wm H, clerk Circuit Court, h Prospect near Hill. 
Bradley, Thomas, stone mason, h High near Gear. 
BRANCH, I B & P C, dentists, M^m—See adojp 55. 
Branch, I B, firm I B & P C B, h cor Bostwick and Hickory. 
Branch, P C, firm I B & P C B, bds Eev A Chapin. 
Bradway, William, carpenter, bds E Day. 
Brahaney, Michael, grocer, 236 Main, h same. 
Brahaney, Augustus, firm W Quan & Co, bds W Quan. 
Bray, John, plank road toll keeper, head Franklin. 
Brace, William, miner, h Eidge above Division. ^^■ 
Brady, Walter, blacksmith, h Monroe. 
Brady, Hugh, laborer, h Fourth near Adams. 
Breen, David, drayman, h Second near Adams. 
Breen, Daniel, drayman, h Wann. 
Breen, James, river, h Gear near High. 
BEENIZER, A E, stove dealer. Main, h e Water— /Sfee© 43. 
BEENDEL, JOHN, merchant taHor, cor Main and Wash- 

ington, h Harrison — See advp 31. 
BEENDEL, JOHN, hatter, h 2d below DecBixir—Seej) 29. 
Brent, telegraph operator, bds Gear House. 
Brewner, Jacob, bricklayer, h Summit. 
Brewer, Elias, moulder, h Hamilton. 
Britten, Benjamin, turner, h Broadway. 
Bridge, Harrison, furniture dealer, cor Main and Diagonal. 
BEOOKES, JOSHUA, bookseUer, Main, h cor Hffl and 

Hickory — -See ad/op 44. 

Brooks, Charles, (col) hand on steamer Nominee, h Dodge. 
Brown, H V W, wagon maker, h Harrison. 



GAUfiNA OUT 'DtBSicyfbAr. t9 

Brockhausen, Theodore^derk Jolm Sead, bdd Illiiioig Hotifie. 

Brown, Mrs Martha, h W est near Meeker. 

Brown, Mark W, &in Kipley, B & Co, bds Dr E Jones. 

Brown, Thomas C, bds Mansion House. 

Brown, Joseph, laborer, h cor Hill and Commerce. 

Brown, John, laborer, bds National Hotel. 

Brown, Adam, stage driver, h Hill above Division. 

Brown, Philip, laborer, h Monroe near Fourth. 

Brownell, George W, miner, h High near HiH. 

Brownley, E M^ clerk Bradley House. 

Bruce, William, grocer, Broadway, h Meek^. 

Bruner, W, tinner, h Third below Jackson. 

Buchanan & Eastman, lumber dealers, Perry near Water) 

Buchanan, , firm B & Eastman, h Second. 

Buck, Bernard, carpenter, h Dodge near Elk. 
Buckner, Louis, drayman, h cor High and South. 
Buddset, Jacob, laborer, bds Green Oak Hotel. 
Budden, Jacob, cooper, h Franklin. 
Budset, Jacob, work at Bradley House. 
Bunk, John, laborer, bds J H Kahse. 
BUKEICHTEK & HELLMAN, grocers, Msiin—Seep 27. 
Burrichter, John, firm B & Hellman, h 130 Main. 
Burriss, M V, bds Gear House. 
Burk, D, laborer, bds Thomas O'Mara. 
Burk, Francis, city watch, h Gear near High. 
Burk, Bernard, city watch, bds Francis Burk. 
Burk, John, bar keeper. 
Burk, Thomas, river, h Prospect near Gear. 
Burk, Charles, sand boatman, h Fourth above Decatur. 
Burton, Benjamin, farmer, h Field. 
Burton, Sylvester, carpenter, h Bouthellier. 
Burton, Thomas, carpenter, bds Mrs Bogus. • 
Burns, G, wagon mater, h old railroad below Decatur. 
Bumes, William, sand boattuan, h West near Spring. 
Bumes, Mrs Margaret, h High near Gear. 
Bumes, Mrs Ann, h Bench near Perry. 
Burgholder, Levi, shoemaker, bds Lafayette House. 
Burvig, Henry, tailor, h Elk near Dodge. 
Busby, Thomas, laborer, h head Franklm. 
BUTCHEE, EOBEET, stove dealer, Main, h Meeker near 
High — See achjp 32. 

Butler, Horace, carpenter, h High near Spring. 
Butler, P, teacher, bds NationaiHoteL 
BuU^, mxB Julia, h Fr&nklin. 



to GAixHA CUT DuacTomr. 

BjefB) John, captain city watch, h Gratiot 

Byrnes, Patrick, maaon, h Franklin. 

BYENE & COLLINS, shoemakers, Main— /&<? ach^ 31. 

Byrne, James, firm B & Collins, h e Water. 

BYENE, PHILIP, Galena Hotel— /S^ achp 69. 

Bywater, James, raftsman, bds Wm Lnmley. 

O 

Cain, Wm, laborer, h Gear near Prospect 

Cain, Eichard, (col) barber, h Dodge near Spring* 

Callahan, Mrs J ane, h High. 

Callahan, Michael, laborer, h Decatur. 

CAMPBELL, G W & Co, grocers, Levee.— &^ advp 57. 

Campbell, G W firm G W C & Co, h Prospect near Spring. 

CAMPBELL, B H & Co, wholesale grocers. Levee. — See 

advp 25. 
Campbell, B H, firm B H C & Co, h Bench near Magazine. 
CAMPBELL, JOHN W attorney at law. Main bds D A 

Holmes. — See advp 54. 
Campbell, Eobert, teamster, h Franklin. 
Camphouse, Harry, miner, bds H F Luning. 
Cameleon, Charles, laborer, h cor Dodge and Franklin. 
Carroll, Coleman, laborer, h Third. 
Carroll, Anthony, on river, bds Minnesota House. 
Carroll, L F, tinsmith, bds National Hotel. 
Carrico, Thos, shoemaker, h head Bouthillier. 
Caireck, Mary, h e Water above Bouthellier. 
CAETEE, JAMES & Co, bankers and exchange dealers, 

Levee. — /See advp 21. 
Carter, James, firm J C & Co, h Bench near Magazine. 
Carter, Charles, railroad contractor, bds J Carter's. 
Carter, Michael, shoemaker, bds Wm Holder's. 
Carson, E W, nijerchant 154 Main, h High bt Washington and 

Green. 
Carkeek, Andrew, miner, h head Franklin. 
Casserly, John, laborer, h Gear near Prospect. 
Castor, John, laborer, bds Louisville House. 
Cavanaugh, John, stoiie mason, h Third near Adams. 
Cavanaugh, Jas, tailor, bds T Sammon's. 
Cavanaugh, Thomas, h Fourth near Adams. 
CHAPIN, D G, Galena Foundry, Main bt Franjdin and 

Meeker.— r/Si?^ advp 51. 
Chapin, Eev A, pastor Baptist Chur ghy b - -WasbiagtOP* • 
Chapman, Charles, carpenter, h Spring above We»|. 



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GALHau om TfisxffixfRr. 81 

^CARSON & EATON, lumber dealers cor Water atfd IVash- 
ington — See advp 54. 

Cflbapman, "Warren, cabinet maker, bds M 8 Hill. 

Ohapman, Thomas, plasterer, bds O H Perry. 

OHAELES, JOHN Q,diT goods dealer, Main, li Washing- 
ton near Prospect.— /Sfee advp 24. 

•Charles, Levi, laborer bds Lafayette House. 

Chandler, Horatio, firm Barber & 0, bds Seth Barber. 

Chandler, Christopher, laborer, h Franklin. 

■Chancellor, Mrs S A (col) h Bouthellier near Fonrth. 

Chase, W W, Broadway House^ cor Meeker and Broadway. 

OHETLAIN A L, crockery dealer. Main, bds S M Fassett 
See advp 62. 

CJhristian, Christian, bookeeper, Wisconsin House. 
Christian, Martin, oculist, bas Lafayette House. 
^CJhristo^er, Henry, (col,) on river, h near Dodge. 
•Chune, jDennis, stone mason, h I'rianklin. 
Cickery, Jacob, laborer, bds Green Oals: Hotel. 
Olark, Hubbard, match maker, h Bench near Hill. 
Clark, Hubbard S, match maker, h Second near Jackson. 
Clark, Thomas J, carpenter, bds Wm Lumley. 
Clark, Bernard, tailor, h Spring near Dodg6. 
Clark, Joseph, miner, h Brown. 

Clark, Edward, clothing store, cor Main and Warren, h Bencji. 
Clansey, James, carter, h Meeker near West. 
Clansey, Thomas, laborer, h Meeker near Franklin. 
Oanson, Capt, engineer I C B R, bds J T Cook. 
Clefford, Patrick, drayman, h Bouthellier. 
Clifford, Patrick, laborer, bds Mrs Bridget Hughes. 
Clifford, Mrs F, h Franklin near High. 
CLOYD, CHAELES, upholsterer. Main, bds Mansion House 
See advp 40. 

Cloughan, John, wagon maker, bds J Moore. 
Cloran, John, grocer, Diagonal near Bench, , 

CLTMO, HENRY, grocer, Main, h same. — See advp 42. 
COATSWORTH, JOSEPH & SON, jewelers, Miin.— /&^ 
advp S3. 

Coatsworth, Joseph, firm J C & Son, h Main. 

Coatsworth, James, firm J C & Son, bds Joseph Coatsworth. 

Coe, Rev Henry J, pastor Souti Presbyterian ch, h cor 

Bench and South. 
Coe, Isaac, physician, bds Rev H* J Coe^ 
Coddey, Darnel, bda National Hotel. » 



9(i QMMSA onrr dxbsoiost. 

OoffinaOftPiriAtum, cabm^maker, h Dodge near Wasbmcfn. 
COIJIn^ E a, leather dealer, Main h cor Hill and W est. 

See advp 17. 
Collins, Gtwre^ ciurpenter, h Hill near Dbdge. 
Oollins, Mrs Margaret, h Hill near BodffB. 
Collins, Thomas, shoemaker, bds John J^ts^rald. 
Collins, John, firm Byrne (db C, h cor e Water and BoutheUier. 
Collins, Jeremiah, laSorer, h Spriiu^ near Dodge. 
CoUom, O TT, clerk, bds Bradley House. 
Coleman, Hemy, miner, h near Diyision* 
Colanan, Henrj, shoemaker, h Second near Adam. 
Coleman, Charles H, h High. 

Coleman, John H, cabinet maker, h Hill near Prospect. 
Coleman, John, carpenter, h Bench near Hill. 
Coleman, Wesley, clerk, S W McMaster, h Prospect. 
Coldwell, Charles, ^x>cer, Broadway. 
Colbnm, George, cferk, A M Haines, bds same. * 

Comstodc, Mrs Maria, h Oratiot. 
Comstock, William, miner, bds Benjamin Britton. 
Connor, Jeremiah, cabinet maker, h Gratiot. 
Connor, Mrs Catherine, h Gear near High. 
Conner, Edwfurd, laborer, h Third. 
CONNOB, THOMAS, steamboat agent, cor Leyee and Main^ 

bds Mrs Monlton. — See advp 56. 
Connor, Michael, laborer, h Bidge near Diyision. 
Connor, John, laborer, bds P Harrington. 
Connolly, James, boot and shoe dealer, cor Main and Wash-^ 

ington, h High. 
Connoghey, Michael, laborer, h Jackson. 
Oonly, William, laborer, bds Wisconsin Honse. 
Condon, John, carpenter, h Franklin. 
Conroy, Michael, laborer, bds T Mulcan. 
Conway, James, laborer, h Fourth near Decater. 
Conce, Lewis, porter steamer War Eagle, h BonthelEer. 
Cooney, Anthony, laborer, h Franklin near Main. 
Cooney, John, laborer, bds William Ormond. 
Cooney, Christopher, h Franklin near High. 
Ooontz, Lewis, laborer, h South near High. 
COOMBE, BENJAMIN, Justice of the Peace, cor Main aodl 

Green, bds Shades. — See advp 87. 
Cook, J M, cabinet maker, bds Nor& Star HofeeL 
Cook, John T, engineer I C B B,h e Water. 
Cook, Jos^h, laborer, h Bidge. 
Oorwith, iidward H, bds Mansion House. 



OOB WITH, N & 00, bankers a&d eacehange deafen^, e^t 

Main and Warren. — See aehp 65. 
Oorwith, Kathaa, firm K G & Oo, h Froepeet near Qeair. 
Oor with, He oiy, firm N Oorwith & Co, h e Waiter. 
COEWITH, HP&CO, dealers indiy goods, Main^/Sb* 

€Khp 51* 
Ck)rwith, H P, firm HP &Co, h Dodge. 
Oorrigan, Jolm, laborer, h Franblin near West. 
Corrigan, Peter, laborer, h Water near Perry. 
Oorri^an, Thomas, wagon nmker, h Franklin near High* 
Oomdlieon, B, miner, h cor Dodge and Spring. 
Oorkery, Timodij, smelter, h Hill near Hi^ 
Gorkery, William, confectioner, bds A H Davis. 
Oorfield, A J, carpenter, bds "New York Honse. 
Gory, Silas, carpenter, h Wann. 
Gotz, Peter, dothing stoiie. Main, bds La&yette House. 
Gonghlan, John, laborer h Oear, bet High and Prospect. 
Const, Adam, plasterer, h FonrUu 
Goville, Elijah, carpenter, h head BoutheUier. 
Govill, £ D, watchman, h Gratiot near Broadway, 
Gowles, L S, finnMernll, G & Go. 
Gowles, W B, firm Merrffl 0& Go, bds Bradley Honse. 
OBAWFOBD, S & GO^ draggiste) Main— ^ advp 26. 
Crawford, S, firm S G & Go, h Dodge bdow HilL 
Crawford, J S^ physician, h Bench wlow Wanren. 
Crawford, J, derk, J A Packard, bds £ Jones. 
Crackenberaen, Peter, laborer, h Gratdot 
Crandell, !Mrs S, krandress, h Franklin near West 
Crews, Bey Hooper, pastor Bench St M£Ghnrch,h Prospect. 
Grist, William, carpenter^ bds Mrs Bogus, Seccxul 
GBOO£S,SANFOBD&GO, leather dealers, Main--^ 

Crooks, Harrison, firm C, Sanford & Co, bds Mansicm House. 
Cronin, E, phTsician, bds Bradley House. 
Crowe, W £, b Meeker near Main. 
Crowenmiller, Oeofee, cabinet maker,^ h Hill near Higih. 
Crosby, Be rnard , laborer^ bds M SnmoriL 
CBTTMBAGEEB, J & CO, confectioners, Msds^^Seep M. 
Cromback^, John, fiim J0& Go, bds B Brand. 
Cabbage, W P, grocer. Main, h Spare near HilL 
Cucherman, John, grocer, Franklm near Main. 
Cncherman, Henry, miner, h Dodge near Sfaai^ 
Ounberland, WiUiam, saddler^ bds Korth Star Hdd. 
CmnbeiBom, Mrs Catherine, h Sonth near SBjgh. 

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84 GALENA cm tfoasicmmr. 

Oombrelj Henry, miner, bds Union Hous^. 
Gnmmins, A, Minnesota Honse, Main. 
Oanninrfiani, Thomas, laborer, h Bo%e neat Oear. 
Ourrey, Mrs Sman, milliner, h Bench near HilL • 
Ourran, Michael, laborer, bds "William Gain. 
CURLET, JOHN, grocer, MainjhBoutheUier— /S^awi^^ 37. 
Ourley, Thomas, grocer. Main, h Ponth near Diecatur. 
Onrtis, John, bds C H Blanchard. . ^ 

Gurtes, Jacob, well contractor, h Fourth below Decatnr. * 
Cashing, Patrick, FranUin Honse, hedd FnmMin. 

D . , 

D'Ager, H, peffler, bds J H Bafase. 
Daily, John, clerk M & P Liddy, bds M Liddyi 
Dailey, Jeremiah, laborer, h. Franklin. 
Dale, TVolliam, ston^ mason, h Wei^. 
Darst, Alason, white washer, h Green near Prospect 
Darst, Eobert, clerk steamer Admiral, h 3 Whithana's Bow. 
Darling, Zachariah, painter, h Second near Jackson. 
Daryen, Joseph, works City Brewery, bds J Gnnd, 
DA VIES, "Wm, city sexton, h Prospect near Sonth-—><Ste^ 25. 
DAVIS, A H, confectioner, 143 Main, li Bench— Seep 69. 
Davis, Titus, clerk A H Davis, bds same. 
Davis, A C, lead merchant, 81 Main, h Second near Jackson; 
Davis, Geo, (col) steward on steamer Nominee, h JadraoB. *■ 
Davis, Edward, (col) barber, h Third below Jackson. 
Davis, William M, Kme burner^ h Main near Meek^< 
Davis, Henry, miner, bds Lonisville House. 
Davis, John, stone ciitter, h Gear above Dodge^ ' / 

Davis, J W, carpenter, bds National Hotel. 
Day, E, bridge builder, h old raiboad bd6w Decatrur. 
Day, James, miner, h Franklin. 
D^, John, firm Jordan & D, h Decatur. 
Dean, William, laborer, h e Water near Adams. 
Dease, John, bowling saloon, ^ cor High aiid Spring. . . 
DeCainp, Henry, caty constable, h Hanailton* . 
DeCamp, William, miner,. bds H DeCamp. . 
DeCamp, Napoleon, hatter, bds H DeCamp. 
DeCamp, David, hatterjbds H DeCamp. : ;. • 
Deeds, Valentine, stone mason, h HOI bt High and Dodgie* .' 
DeU, Peter, canpenter, bds Louisville House. 
Delaney, Mrs Ann, h Gear near Spring. > 
DEMABAIS, S, La&yette Hotel, eor mm add Wmten^ 
SeeadvplQ. - - ' 



DeLaunej, Kra^H, h GistioK =. 

Denny, lire Laiwa^ h FniiikBn!. 

Daoio^ O S, bricklayer, h Elk near Highv ' 

DerropsOT, James, carpentei', h Dodffe near Geai*. ' 

Derver, Charles, clerk AM Haines, bds same. 

Derham, Jobn, carpesiter, bds M Lnll« 

Dergen, Bidiardl^ laborer, h FrankHn. 

Desmond, Patridc, liaborier, h ISpring-near High.- - 

Desmond, Daniel, drayman, bds F Desmoiid. 

Devlin, Godless, miner^ bd« L Erohliag.: ^ 

Devlin, Oharles, groceri h BoathellM!. ^ 

DeWine, James, laborer, b near Mksissippi. 

DeWine, John, wa^on maker, bds pEtrick Moo;re. ^ * * 

DeWinej Jamed, laborer, bds Mrs B Htighes. 

DeWyse, James, laborer, h.Gtear above Be&db. 

DeWanej Owen, laborer, h near IMSssisfiippi. 

DeZoya, J P, c<HEiiity treasurer, h. Seooa!id!^.Delow Decatur. 

DidbK>% MoBfes, (ooiy barber, bds L Eeyno*^ ' 

Dickson, William, bds E Salomon. . . 

Dickson, W, (col) barber, bds City HcteL 

Didlot, [Nicholas, stone mason, h cor ProBJpect and Spring. 

Dieman, Heraofln^ carpentes^ h Hill above Division. 

Dififenbacker, — ^, mason, h Second near Jackson. 

Dillenberg & Boawthal, clothers, cor Main and Green. 

Dillenberg, D^ firm D & Eosenthal, bds G^ar House. 

Dildine, James, teamster, h near e Water. 

Dildine, John, teamster, b HUl above Division. , 

Dingle, Joseph laborer, ix Eidge^ abofve Diviaon. 

Dineen, Timothy, wi^on» maker, bds 8 Pemberthy. 

Dixon, Lull & Co, Lemon Beer mam^cturers. 

Dixon, John, firm D, Lull & Co, bda H DeCamp. ' 

D'Lee, Eobert, laborer, bds H'McQuire. ) • 

Doddfi & Marble, carpenters. GreeabtOommerdd and Water. 

Dodds, Andrew, firm D & Marble, h West. 

Dodds, Samuel, carpenter, h Qear meax High. 

DODGE & BENTZ, dro^sts, IdaMa&i^Seeaavmoover. 

Dodge, J, firm D & Bentas, ods Gear Houbei 

Dodnirtting, L, shoemaker, h c6r Main and Perry. 

DonneUy, T F, grocer. Main, bds Mre Keodhu . 

Donahoe, Michael, former, h Hill near Hign. 

Donahoe^ Timothy, laborer, bdl M Harrigan. 

Donahoe, Patrick, laborer, bds M Harrigan^ 

Donahoe, Jolm^ stone mascoa, h West. 

Itonk, .Fredirie, iaborcfr^ h cor Dodge !fljid FiAizikKh. 



DookuLJaines. wagon maker, h FranMhi near West 
Dorsh, Bemara, cooper, bds Wm Hony, near FoiorUi. 
DOWLING, NICHOLAS, stove and haidwaro dealer, Maiii^ 

h Benoh — See advfp 40, 61. 
Dowling, Bernard, teamster, h Decatur. 
Dowling, John, sr, laborer, h Adains near Fourth. 
Dowling, John, jr, laborer, bds John Dowling, fst. 
Dowling, James, laborer, bds John Dowling, sr. 
Dowpen, Daniel, paints, bds John Birk. 
Dowpen, Edward, painler, bds John Birk. 
Dojk, Ow^ porter James Bood, h Hi^ near Sprmg. 
Doyle, Patrid:, laborer, h Gear bt Ben<£ and Frosnect 
Drains; Henry, works D Blodi: & Oo^ bds Looisviue Hotise. 
Dragan, John, laborer, h e Water neiur Adams. 
Drigin, Michael, laborer, bds James Welden. 
Driscol, ISmothy, stone cntter, h Franklin near West. 
Dnunmond, Alfred, teamstw, bds J JohnsitHi. 
DBIJH, P ife S, ftisnitnre dealers, S07 Miainr^/S^ advpM. 
Drum, PhiKp, firm P & S D, h HiU near West 
Dram, Simon, firm Pi&; S D,h Blnff. 
Dmm, Daniel, chair maker, bds P Dram. 
Dram, Mrs Margaret, h Bench near Washington* 
Drynan, MUdbael, lab<»rer bds M Hanniirim. 
Dryer, i^ohn, riv^r, h Fmnklin near Do^ 
D nBois , WxQiam, carpenter, bds 8 Pemb^iiiy. 
DDFFT, PETER, groc«r, h Fonrth bl Decatni^i&^ j> 88. 

^j William, stone mason, bds David Moore. 

^, Francis^ laborer, h Fonrth near Decatur. 

^, Michael, laborer, bds William Eeogh. 
Dufonre, A, laborer, h head Fourth. 
DumpW, ICartin, laborer, h Third. 
Dunn, Tbnothjjr, laborer, h head Gratiot 
Donnegan, Mkdi, laborer, h BontheUi^ bt l%ird and FdnrA. 
Dnnnevan, Timothy^ Uborer, bds M Duzmcgan. 
Duncan, Isaiah J, n Oommerce near Frankun. 
Duncan, Mkhael, iila^terer, h Elk near High> 
Dunnin, Edward, liaborer^ h Spring above West. 
Dutdker, Brighltm & Oo, 1 B K cont's, office Bradley Houa^; 
Dye, Beuben^ cabind; maker, h Gratiot 

H 

Eads, Mrs. Bebecca, h Bonthellier. 

Eads, Peter, mate on riyer, bdi^ Maiuion House. '■ 

Eastman, Hemy, fitm Buchanan & £,h Seebiid Mar AdlOBiB; 




0Mxaa(JL car ifflMManr. 87 

EBEBHABDT, JAOOB, merchH; tailor, h Bmdk-^Seep 58. 

Eberhardt, Michael, blacksmith, bds F Fox. 

Eddowes, John, city treasm^, h cor Parker and Magazine^ 

Eddowes, John E, derk James Bood, bds John Eddowes. 

Edwards, James, sr, tnmer, h Wann. 

EEDY WIC, shoemaker. Main, bds John Eedy— /SS^ i> 54. 

Eedj, John, boot and shoemaker, h ProiEf>eet near HuL 

F^an, Oharles, laborer, bds William Osmond. 

Egan, K, dother, cor Main and Moniscm's Alley. 

F£linger, Peter, shoemaker, bds Illinois Honse. 

Ehrlinger, John, Green Oak Hotel, cor Main and Franklin. 

Eilenti^n, A T, winter, JefEbrsonian, bds D W Scott 

Elbertii, J aeob, Kossutii House, head Franklin. 

EllesingenJohn, clerk Dillenberg & Bosenthal, bds Lafay- 
ette Mouse. 

Ellis, WilHam, laborer, bds Eagle Honse. 

Ellis, Gharles, labors, h Gratiot 

Emden, John, miner, h Hill above Division. 

Emory, WiHiam, (col) barbery cor Main and Gear, h Main. 

English, John, shoemaker, h Main. 

Enz, J F, derk M Plnmstead, bds Bradley Honse. 

Ernst, John, sign painter, h cor West and Franklin. 

Ernst, G, laborer, n Dodge near taring. 

Ervig, George, dyer, bds J H Sahse. 

Essing, WilEam, shoemaker^ bds John Htzgerald. 

Estey, Augustus, smdter, h High near Warren. 

Eth erly, George, grocer, cor Bench and Diagonal, h same. 

EYAKS & ADAMS, plow makers, cor High and Franklin. 
See achp 63. 

Evans, Isaac, firm E & Adams, h High near Franklin. 

EVANS, ISAAC G, gunsmith, Main, h HiU. 

Evans, William, laborer, h Division near Franklin. 

EYANS, JOSEPH, ale and porter dealer, h cor Hidi ai^d 
Smin^See ado p 17. 

Eyre, Damd, d^4: St Louis stor^ bds Mrs Seal, Second. 

P 

Faherty, Thomas, livery stable, Washington, bds Gtear Hoitte* 

FairfiEuc, William, tailor, h e w ater. 

Fair&z, Elmore, river, bds W Fairfi». 

Faltham, Matthew, works War Eagle milLh Bendi. 

Farr, Danid, carpenter, h Hickory bdow JECidge. 

Farrar, Mrs Sophia, h Peiry, bt Main and BaicL 

Fanren, Edwara laborer, h Seoond. 



8d QALKXA, Onr DIBBOK»y» 

Ftoren, Patrick) portej, H F McClonkey, h Seoond. 
Farrier, Mtq A, n cor Dodge and HilL 
Fanier, A H, teacher, Ms Mrs A Farrier. 
Farrack, William, teamster, h Franklin near Dodge. 
Farresli, William, cabinet maker, h Dodge near Meeker. 
FAKMEE, JEFFEESON, insurance agent, Warren, bds & 

M Fassett — we adv on cover. 
Famsworth, T B, bds Mansion House. 
Farmerland, B, blacksmith, h Bench near Franklin. 
Fafisett, S M, h Bench near Spring. 
Fattum, Augustus, lab<»^, bds M F Luning. 
Faucette, Matthew, mason, h Fro8pect.neair w^ashington. 
Fawcette, W L, derk steamer War Eagle, bds O Smith. 
Fchwab, Francis, grocer^ Franklin. 
FELT, L S, & CO, wholesale merchants, Ma.ia— See jp 66. 
Felt, L S, firm L S F & Oo, h Prospect near West. 
FELT, B F, i& CO, grocers. Main, near Hill— /S^ achp 25.. 
Felt, B F, firm B F F & Co. 

Fenton, S & J, diy goods dealers, Main near Warren. 
Fenton, Saul, firm S & J Fenton, bds City Hotel. 
Fenton, J L, firm S & J F, bds Gear House. 
Fenton, B, clerk S & J F, bds Gear House. 
KEKGUSON, GEORGE, hardware store, Main, h cor.Bencb 

and Green — See cuhp 27. 
Ficnter, Jacob, river, h Hjgh near Spring. 
FIDDICK, W & J, grocers and dry goods dealers, Main.. 

See advjp 57. 
Fiddick, William, firm W & J F, h Whitham's Eow. 
Fiddick, John, firm W & J F, h Whitham's Bow 
Fiegenbome, Eev Henry, pastor Gaman M E Church, h Hilh. 
Finn, Mrs Bridget, h Franklin. 
Fintle, John, tailor, bds P Maxehner. 
Finley, Mrs H, h Meeker near West. 
Fisher, Henry, shoemaker, bds John Fitzgerald. 
Fitzpatrick, A J, bowling saloon, bds Planter's House. 
Fitq)atrick, James, mason, h Jackson. 
Fitzpatrick, Patrick, laborer, h cor Fourth and Jackson. 
Fits^atrick, John^ laborer, h Adams near e Water. 
Fitzpatrick, Michael, drayman, h West near Franklin., 
Fitzqpatrick, Thomas, laborer, h Gratiot. 
Fitzpatrick, William, laborer, h Bench below Warren* 
Fitzgerald, John, boarding house. Hill near Main. 
Fitzgerald, Frank, derk S^B Smith, bds E Jones. 
Fitzgerald, G, laborer, h Bench below Warreiu 



Fitch, Charles B, cabinet maker, h FraBMin. . 

Fladeau, Frederick, laborer, h Bostwick near Franklin. 

Flechenstein, Adam, cooper, bds W Houy. 

Flemming, Archwell, teamster, h Gratiot. 

Flinn, Patrick, laborer, h Division near Franklin. 

Fling, John, laborer, bds Eagle House. 

Fock, William, laborer, h Commerce near Green. 

Foltz, H W, wagon maker, Franklin, h Franklin, 

Foltz G TV, carpenter, bds North Star Hotel. 

Fonz, Seth E, tmsmith, bds Illinois House. 

Ford, John, laborer, h Gear above Bench. 

Ford Christopher, carpenter, bds Union House. 

Ford, Walter, clerk ITCorwith & Co, bds Mrs Moulton. 

Foster, C, firm H H Houghton & Co, h High near Washingt'n. 

Fost er, B enjamin, teamster, bds B McElhaney . 

FOSTER & STAHL, dry goods dealers, Main —See j> 18. 

Foster, Thomas, firm F & btahl, h Bench near Warren. 

Foster, William, cabinet maker, h cor Dodge and High. 

Foster, George, carpenter, bds S Pemberthy. 

FoiYler, Bobert, carpenter, h West bt Dodge and Division. 

Foxall, John, cabinet maker, h Harrison. 

Fox, C P, coach trimmer and painter, h Broadway. 

Fox, S, blacksmith, h Franklin. 

Fox, Ferdinand, tailor, h Franklin. 

Fox, William, chair maker, h Wann. 

Franks, E G, clerk H Newhall, bds Mrs Moulton. 

French, John, clerk N Dowling, h cor High and Mars. 

French, D A, teacher, bds John French. 

French, Henry, miner, Ms M Luce. 

French, Charles, bds Wisconsin House. 

Freck, Alexander, carpenter, h Gratiot. 

Fred, Peter, wagon maker, bds Green Oak Hotel. 

Fregmeier, John, miner, bds Louisville House. 

Fregmeier, G, miner, bds Louisville House. 

FlttCKE, HENRY, jeweler. Main h &&me—See adoj[> 20. 

Frice, L P. vegetable store. Levee, h Gear. 

Fritz, Francis, laborer, bds E Wezle. 

Fritz, John, carpenter, h Thii;d. 

Fritt, Paul, bar keeper Railroad Exchange. 

Friel, James, drayman, h head Franklin^ 

Frickey, William, h Spring near West. 

Fuchs, John, fruit store, FranMin, h Leyee. 

Fuller, W S. carpenter, bds National Hotel. 

Fuller, G W. insurance agent, bds Charles Blackman. 



do OALSHA emr BnacrreiBT. 

Fnlliner, O S. mason, h Monroe. 

Funk, Frederick, laborer, bds LoniBville House. 

a 

Gabbert, Gapt William, steamer Olarion, h Gear near Do^e. 
Gaffnej, Barnabas, chair maker, h Bench near Medcer. 
Gaffiier, John, shoemaker. Main. 
Gaimes, J 0. derk, bds Bradley Honse. 
Gallagher, Mrs 0. h Hieh near Spring. 
Gkillagher, John, sr. fiatooatman, n G^r bt Dodse and West. 
Gallagher, John, jr. fiat boatman, bds John Gallagher, gr. 
Gallagher, B. fiatooatman, bds John Gallagher, sr. 
Gallagher, L. fiat boatman, bds John Gallagher, sr. 
Gallagher, John, tailor, h Gear near West. 
Gallaghan, Patrick, laborer, h Spring above West. 
Gall, John G. stone mason, h Decatur near Fourth. 
^Galvin, James, laborer, h near Meeker. 
GMvin, Dennis, wood dealer, h High near Gear. 
Galvin, John^ drayman, h Gear near Hi^h. 
Gamer, William, wagon mflker, h Branch near Broadway. 
GhEuner, John, carpenter, h Franklin near Dodge. 
Gamer, J S. carpenter, h Franklin near Dodge. 
Gamer, John, jeweler, Main, h Bidge. 
Gamer, William G. watchmaker, h 152 Main. 
GARNER, A. jeweler, 120 Main, h same— ;S^ a^p 82. 
Gardner, John 0. connty surveyor, h Dod^ near High. 
Garvy, Patrick, laborer, h near Mississippi. 
Garvey, Henry, laborer, bds Patrick Garvey. 
Garlic^ An^stns, chair maker, bds George ling. 
Garlick, Frederick, chair maker, bds George ling. 
Gazebracht, R. carpenter, h Hickory bdow Ridge. 
Gazer, John, cm)enter, bds William Tell Honse. 
Gear, Capt H. H. bds Mrs Stonffer. 
Gear, A. H. steam ferry Tete des Morte, h South. 
Gearon, Michael, laborer, h cor High and South. 
Gebhart, John, stone mason, h Spnng^ near High. 
Gelston. Thos. clerk H P Corwith & Co;%ds lbs Moulton. 
Gtentz, Oonrad, carpenter, bds J H Rahse. 
Germain, Louis J. Eng I C R R, h e Water. 
Gersner, Gasper, pedler, h Dodge near Spring. 
Gillson, John, shoemi&er, h Bouthellier near Fourth. 
Gillis, Joseph, shoemaker, bds P W Maxeimer. 
Gillick, Francis, tailor, h cor Bench and Perry. 
Gillespie, George, clerk J D !Noble, bds same. 



91 

Gilpatrick, Geo. derk B E OAmpbell & Go, bds Gear House. 

Gilpatricki James, teamster, Ii Gratiot. 

Gilmore, Menrj, firm IN^agle & G, h High neair Wasbington. 

Gilmore, John, laborer, h near Mississippi. 

Girm, John, carpenter, h old railroad above Decatnr. 

Girdon, G. W. derk George Fei^son, bds Gear House. 

Gladden, Alexander, miner, h Second near Jefferson. 

Gleeson, Jesse^ En^neer Dredge Boat, bds Mrs Motdton. 

Gleason, Michael, laborer, h Dod^e near Gear. 

GHiddeh, J. D. cabinet maker, h Third. 

Glinn, Matthew, laborer, h Bodge near Gear. 

Glnck, Frederick, brewer, bds G Volz. 

Godlnp, Hanse, laborer, h cor Dodse and Franklin. 

GFodfrey, John, shoemaker, bds L Krohling. 

Godat, Gnstavns, laborer, h West near Sming. 

Gody, Frederidc, laborer, h old railroad below Decatur. 

Golden, Thomas, laborer, h old railroad below Decatur. 

Goodwin, W. W. forwarding merchant, bds Mrs S Stonffer. 

Goodell, Oliver M. paints, h Broadway near Gratiot 

Gk>rman, W. laborer, h old railroad bdow Decatur. 

Gorman, Michael, fiitmer, h Gratiot. 

Gordon^, wholesale grocer. Main near Warren, bds William 

B Willis. 
€tos8, William B. miner, h near Fourth. 
Gonld, Gteorge, clerk Foster & Stahl, bds Mrs Monlton. 
GRAHAM, EBENEZEB, furniture dealer. Main, h Brandi 

near MeehbT—^See adhp 50. 
Graham, Bobert, stiarch maker, h Branch near Wann. 
Graham, William, turner, h Brandbi near Wana. 
Gray, Bernard, Post Master, bds National Hotel 
Gray, Mrs A. h Gratiot near Harrison; 
Gray, James, plow maker, h Franklin near Dodge. 
Gray, G. L. derk B Perkins, bds Mansion House. 
Gifaee, James, laborer, h cor Main and Meeker. 
Grace, Edwaitl, grocer, Franklin near Dodse, h same. 
Grace, William, shoemaker, Main, h Franldin near Bench. 
Grace, Michael, carpenter, bds William Gain. 
GBANT, J. R leatner dealer. Main opp Diagonal. 
Grant, B. 8. derk J B Grant, bds Bradley House. 
Grady, Patrick, laborer, bds William Cain. 
Graves, John H. miner, h Branch. 
Gregg, John, teamster, n Second bdow Decatur. 
Gre^, Lyman, stage driver, h Franklin iiear Dodge. 
Greener, Augustus, carpenter, bds George lang. 



d2 ^ GMBNA' arrtussssoKms*^ 

Groeling, Jofieph, cazrpenter^ bd» L Xrohlingi 

Greenway, J. B. shoemafcer, h Franklin. 

Gri^ & Ptirdjr, propri^tore City Hotel, cor Main and Perry. 

Griggs, H. O. firm Griggs & Purdy. 

Gri^, L. B. firm Grigas and Pumy. 

Griffith, J. J. prop'r Exchange, Main, h cor Dodge 9.nd Spring. 

Gridley, Mrs. G. W. h Meeker near West. 

Grinm, F. waeok maker, h Franklin near High. . ' 

Griebd, D. laborer, h West near Washington. ^ * 

Gross, Clayboume, (col) works for BS Harris & €o^ h Dodger 

Gross, John, (col) river, h Prospect • 

Grode, Augustus, cabinet maker, h Elk near High. . 

Grody, John, laborer^ h Franklin. , • • 

Grove, Thomas, butcher, h Meeker near Broadway. 

Groze, Richard, gardener, h Ridge above Division. . . > . = 

Gramme, Julius, saddler, Main, h Spring near Dodge.' v 

Grueber, Valentine, laborer, h near Kidge. 

Guanelli, Thomas, grocer, Levee, h Gear. 

Gubrand, George, teamster, h Gratiot. » . 

Guhl, John, cooper, bds William Houy. 

Gunsel, A. harness maker, h cor Bench andFranldin. 

Gnnd, John, city. brewery, cor Springand Dodga. ; 

Gunyon, John, raftsman, bds Eagle House. 

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H 

HAASE, JOHN A. barber, 113 Main. 

Haag, Francis, laborer, h Dodge near Springs 

Hagfield, Peter, clerk JoMan & Dean, Ms ISchaiap. 

Haggard, Mrs. Mary, h Water near Gxeem. 

Hs^us, Joseph, tailor, h IMvision near Franklin. 

Hahn, Mrs. Barbara, h Dodce bt Gear and Spring* ' 

HAINES, A. Mi dealer in dry goods and cMhing^ Main, b 

High near Prospect— &« flKsfo^ 62. 
HALLE, ASA, biicSayer and contractor, h'Highr^Secp^l^ 
Halloran, Patrick, laborer, bds M Oallahan. . \ 
Halloran, Daniel, laborer, bds T Mulean. 
Hall, S. clerk New York store, bds. Gisar Hou6e* ' 
Halpin, Michael, laborer, bds James Boyle. . ^ 

Haly, John, labourer, h Q^ar near Prospect. . 
Hammot, George, potter, h Graitiot. . ' 

Hammot, James, potter, h Gratiot. . i 

Hammil, Patrick, drayman, h Third below Jaoksc^. . 
Hamburgj Thomas, laborer, bds John Ry^aiu 
Hanson, Charles, miner, h cor |f ain and Washington.. 



Hansingj CSmrles, drayirian, h head BoaihelKeT, 

Hanser, Michael, laborer, h near Ridge. 

HABkIS, R. S. a CO. grocers, Leveie— /Sfe^ achp 24. 

Harris, R. S. firm R. S. H. & Co. h cor Q-ear and Bench. 

Harris, J. M. firm R* S. H. & Co. h cor Gtear and Prospect 

Harris, D. 8. commander steamer War Eagle, h Prospect. 

Harris, A* J. firm H., Pearson & H., h Gear near Prospect. 

Harris, Mrs. Anna, dress maker, h Gratiot. 

Harris, C. G. Book keeper, h "Wann. 

Harrington, Timothy, teamster, h near Gear. 

Harrington, Phillip, drayman, h cor Spring and West. 

Harrington, E. bds John Fitzgerald. 

Harringson, Dennis, miner, bds John Fitzgerald. '^ 

Harrigan, Michael, farmer, h Hill near High, 

Hard wick, Charles, draymin, h Spring near Hi^. 

Hardiman, Michael, laboret, h BoutheUier near Fourth. 

Hardy, William, tinsmith, h cor Madison and Monroe. 

Harvey, John, turner, h Division near PranMin. 

Harlow, Capt. steamer Black Hawk, bds Gear House. 

Hare, John, laborer, bds M. Dunnegan. 

Hare, Patrick, laborer, h old railroad, • 

Hauft, Andrew, porter G. W. Campbell & Co. h Spring. 

Hauft, John, laborer, h near High. 

Hawthorn, Gilman, gardener, h I)odge near Meeker. 

Haze, Martin, laborer, bds Minnesota House. 

Haze, John, laborer, bds J. Welden. 

Haze, John, laborer, bds John Fitzgerald. 

Hazlehurst, Bernard, clerk J. Q. Charles, h Bench. 

Hebenstreit, A. carpenter, bds J. H. Rahse. 

Hechermiller, M. flatboatman, h Q^ear near West. 

Heck, William, laborer, h Dodge near Spring. 

Hdstherman, J. laborer, h e Water near Adams* 

Heiss, Jacob, Stewart Bradley House. 

Eeindrich, John, porter Bradley House, h Gratiot. 

Heimerling, Rev. K. pastor German Catholic Church, h High. 

Heiner, M^thias, miner, bds Green Oak Hotel. 

Heitz, Francis, Napoleon House, cor Ma.in and Washington. 

Held, William, tailor, h Ridge near Division. 

Helm, Solomon, tailor, h Washington near Dodger 

Helstadt, Thomas, gardener, K head Franklin. 

HeUman, John, firm Burriditer & H. h 130 Main. 

Hempstead & Washbume, attorneys at law, 41 Main. 

Hempstead, C. S. finn Hi & Washoume, h Bench. 

Henderson,' MUtpn, car|)enter, bds A, L. Telford. 



9i MUSFA OUT Bomnrnw. 

HenniBsj, Thomas^ oarpcmter, bds Hew Yoi^ HoQ0e« 

Hend ey, Casper, carpenter, h Franklin* 

HENkY, BOBEBT, dothing store, 168 Main, bds Br^ley 

KoQse-^See advp 20. 
Heniy, Mrs. h Bonthellier near Fourth. 
Henker, Fred, laborer, h c(»r Spare and Hid^onr. 
Henke, Frederick, shoemaker, h Dod^ near fiipring. 
flenken, H. laborer, h Hill above Division. 
Hendricks, James, sup't War Eagle Mills, bds Mansion House. 
Hermann, Charles, laborer, h near Spring. 
Hermisey, John, laborer, h Main near Franklin. 
Herbel, John, blacksmith, bds F. Fox. 
Herch, Matthew, carpenter, h cor Spore and Hickory. 
Herd^, W. carpenter, h Hill above jDivision. 
Hemng, David, drayman, bds O. Kenign. 
Herron, James, laborer, h High near Spring. 
Herrick, C. H. Eng. L C. B. B., bds Gear Honse. 
Hess, Conrad, carpenter, bds J. H. Bahse. 
Hess, Henry, toll keeeper lower bridge, h old railroad. 
Hessick, Mrs. h Dodge near Spring. 
Hesler, Alexander, dagnerrean artist. Main, h Bench. 
Hewitt, William, miner, bds Bobert Bayles. 
Hickey, Michael, laborer, h High near West. 
Hifty, Paul, miner, h Gratiot 

Higgins, M. O. firm Bostwick & H., bds Bradley House. 
Higgins, Mrs. C. h Fourth near Decatur. 
HiDjM. S. cabinet ntiaker, h Main near Franklin. 
Hill, Joseph, carpenter, h cor West and Spring. 
Hilias, H. miner, h head Franklin. 
Hilman, O. flatbK>atman, bds Shades. 
Hintz, Detlaf^ tailor, h head of Gratiot. 
Hines, Thomas, laborer, bds William Cain. 
Hipp, Daniel, butcher, h Spring near Dodge. 
HUCSHBEBG, HEKBY, clotUng store, Main, bds Biradley 

House — See advp 24. 
Hirst, Elizabeth, h Gratiot. 
Hobin, Jacob, shoemaker, h Main near Levee. 
Hockings, Mrs. M. H. h Washington near Dodge. 
Hockings, H. D. derk T. Bean, ras Mrs. M. H. B[ockings. 
Hodgens, A. F. derk Carson & Eaton, h Dodger 
HOdGE, B. O. grocer, 81 Levee^ h sttme— ««« aehp 9&. 
Hodser, Matthew, porter Bradley House. , 
Hoengrug, Jacob, miner, bds H. PfifBuer. 
Hoffinan, PhiL colporteur Aul Tract SodetsTs ^ Wasn. 



Hoflhian, George, wa^n maker,. bds Iforth Star Hotel. 

Hoffinan, J. laborer, Ms Green Oak Hotel* 

Hogan, Mrs. Marj, h near West 

Hogan, William, miner, h Gratiot 

Hogan, Dennis, wagon maker, h Franklin. 

Ho^n, Daniel, shoemaker, bds Mrs. B. Hughes. 

Hogan, Michael, shoemaker, bds Mrs. B. Hughes. 

Hogan, Matthew, laborer, bds William Gain. 

Hogan, Lawrence, laborer, h Division near Franklin. 

HJogan, John, miner, h Division near FranUin. 

Hogan, M. J. river, bds Minnesota Honse. 

Hogan, P. carpenter bds Kational Hotel. 

Hogan, Patrick, labore^h Jackson. 

Hoge, Mrs. Thomas, h iBench between Warren and Green. 

Ho^, David, bds Mrs. Thomas Hoffe. 

Honn, John H. watchmaker, h Fraiudin. 

Hdlidav, Booker, (col^ gardener, h Franklin. 

HoQand, B. J. sign painter. Main, h Prosmct. 

Holmes, Bobert, laborer, bds Christopher Gooney . 

Holmes, James, laborer, bds Christopher Cooney. 

Holmes, J. S. prop'r Bradley Honse, cor Main and Diagonal. 

Holmes, D. A. derk S. B. Smith, h Second bt BonthelUer and 

Decatur. 
Holmes, L, clerk R S. Harris & Co* bds Qeax House. > 
Holbig, Christian, blacksmith, h Franklin. 
Holtzamer, George, flatboatman, bds John Ghilla^her. 
Holtkamp, Henry, proprietor Star House, 58 Mam. 
Holcomb, Edward, pilot steamer Nominee. 
Holden, Thomas, butcher, h head Fourth. 
HOLDEB, Wm. shoemaker, Main, h Hickory — see advp 59. 
Hoover, G^rge, miner, bds Louisville House. 
Hope, W. L. grocer, Main, h Franklin. 
Hod^s, Aaron, carpenter, h Fourth below Decatur^ 
HORTON & LOOMIS, carpenters and joiners. Bench — See 

advp4Q. 
Horton^ Otis, firm H & Loomis, bds Mrs. Bogus. 
Horan, John, Sr. teamster, h head Gratiot 
Honm, John, jr. smelter, bds J. Horan. 
Hosking, J. W. laborer, h Brown near Gratiot. 
Houghton, H. H. & Co. publishers Gazette and Advertiser. 

cor Main and Warren — eee advp 48. 
Houghton, H. H. firm H. H. H. & Co. bds Mansion Honse. 
HoD^hton, Hiram, watchmaker, bds A. Gamer. 
Houser, J. F. (col) miner, h West near Spring. 



96 GALENA Crrr DIRECtOBT. 

Houy, George, proprietor Union House, Levee. 

Hony, Philip, milk vender, h near Fourth. 

Howe, Bartholomew, teamster, h Division near Franklin. 

Howe, Cornelius, laborer, h near South. 

Howe, Bartholemew, laborer, h High near Gear. « 

Howard, B. B. proprietor Gear House, cor Q^ar and Water. 

Hovensee, Charles,, tailor, bds Green Oak Hotel. 

Hubert, A. hat and fancy store, cor Main and Washington. 

Hubert, Frederick, upholster, h Dodge near Gear. 

Hugffings, Edward, laborer, bds North Star HoteL 

Hughes, Mrs. Bridget, Broadway House, Spring near High. 

Hughes, Martin, laborer, bds Mrs. B. Hughes. 

Hughes, Mrs. R. laundress, h Main near w arren. 

Hughes, John, wagon maker, bds Wiliam Lumley. 

Hughes, Thomas, on river, bds Thomas Burk. 

Hughes, John, laborer, bds Thomas Eyan. 

Hughes, Mrs. J. h Bench below Green. 

Huntington. W. "W. firm H. H.. Houghton & Co. h Second bt 
Bouthellier and Decatur. 

HtTNTIN'GTOJS', J. P. mattress manufacturer, h Eidge near 
Division — SeeadvpSS. 

Huntington, Albert C. printer, Gazette Office, bds J. P. Hunt- 
ington. 

Hunt, James, engineer, bds Wip; "White. 

Hunt, C. C. P. cashier JBank of Galena, bds* S. M. Fassett. 

Hunter, David, ostler, North Star Hotel. 

Hunkins D. contractor, h Second near Decatur. 

Hurbert, Jeremiah, currier, bds Geoi^e Ling. 

Hurley, William, laborer, h High bt Gear, and Spring. 

Hurley, Thomas, railroad contractor, h Gratiot. 

HUSTED, L. dry goods dealer. Main, bds Mansion House. 
see ad/op 31. 

Husted, Charles, clerk L. Husted, bds M. Lull. 

Husselby, John, raftsman bds Eagle House. 

Hutchens, Henry, horse auctioneer, h Franklin. 

Hutchison, F. (col) 'on river, h Prospect. 

Hybergher, Henry, marble cutter, bds Union House. 

Hyde, John E. clerk A. L. Chetlain, h Prospect near Hill. 

Hyler, Patrick, laborer, h Gratiot. 

Hyinan, John, bds Union House, 



0i3JEBirA COTS' XffBEBCSVmV. 

I 

He, Jacob, blacksmith, bds J. Adams. 
Inglass. J, F. mechanic, bds City Hotel. 
Irr, Frederick, miner, bds X H* Rahse. 
Isty, George, laborei*, h cor Hill and High. 
Isty, John, briddayer, bds Gteorge Isty. 

J 

•Jackson, James, loricklayer, h Fourths 

•Jackson, A, J. eit^ derk, h Hill near Eroapect. 

•Jackson, John, raftsman, bds Eagle Ho:iise. 

Jackson, John, clerk Dutcher, Brigham & Co. h Whilbain»6 

Eow. 
•Jackson, E. H. attorney at law, cor Main imd Green^ bds Gear 

Honse. 
Jacklin, Daniel, on river, h Bench below Warren. 
Jacobs, Joseph, (col) city porter, h High near-Spiifig* 
Jacox, B. S. Daker, n Spring. 
Jagoe, Edward, fruit store, cor Dodge and Franklin. 
Jago, John, labors, h cor Hi^h and Gear. 
James, Mrs. Cathmne, h Gratiot 

•Jameson, J. M. deck B. H. CempbeU & Co. b<Jfi Geftr House. 
Jennison, William, ostler, Broadway House. 
Jewett, John N., &m Weigley & J. bds 8. M. Fassett. 
JOHNSON & BEAND, auction and commifl^ion merchants, 

Main — See oM p 50. 
Johnson, O. S. jBrm J. & Brand, h Broadway. 
Johnson, James, bricklayer, h EHc n^r Dodge. 
Johnson, William, plasterer, bds J* Johnson. 
Johnson, Fredmdc, plow maker, bds F. Moas. 
Johnson, Edward, h Spring. 

Johnson, Carrolk (col) on river, h High near Warren. 
Johnson, Stephen, (col) cook, h Bench near Hill. 
JOHNSON & BAEROWS, lumber dealers, Franklin below 

Main — see advp 53. • 
Johnson, Jae. L. firm J. & Barrows h B^ch bdow Warren. 
Johnson, J. J. bds S. M. Fassett. 
Johnson, Alex, cwpenter, h Water near Green. 
Johnson, John, ra&man, bds I^le^-HonBe. 
Johnson, Oscar, carp^itet, h BontbelUer near Fourth. 
Johnson, Geo^ G. daguierrean artist bds A. Heslqr. 
Johnson, M. i. attorney at law; eor Main and Hillj h cor 

Bench and Hfll. 



OJiUDf A GETT DBODOVOKT. 

Jonee, Samuel, raftsman, bds R Wilson. 

Jones, Edward, stone mason, bds J. Cavanangh. 

Jones, Henrj, teamster, b bead Gratiot. 

Jones, Ira L. printer, Jeffersonian Office, bds D. W. Scott. 

Jones, J. B. mm B. H. Campbell & Co. b Tbird above De- 

catmr. 
Jones, Benjamin, laborer b cor Fourtb and Adams. 
Jones, Jobn A. miner, b West near Spring. 
Jones, libs. Martba, b FranMin. 
Jones, E. pbvsician, b cor Bencb and HiH. 
JOBDAjN ^ DEAN, auction and commission marcbantSy 

Main — ^ee achp 45. 
Jordan, Wm. A. £rm J. & Dean, b cor West and Wasbington. 
Jordan, William, grocer. Main near Meeker. 
Josepb, J. A. laborer, bds Galena HoteL 



Eaiser, Jobn, porter, b Hill above DiviEdon. 

Eallagben, Timotby, laborer, bds Wm. Cain. 

Kalb, James, on river, bds Eagle House. 

Kaler, Henrj, carpenter, b bead Franklin. 

E^anner, Xavier, stone mason, b Green near Spring. 

Karrigan, Owen, laborer, b Spring above West. 

E!arrig, G. blacksmith, bds Green Oak Hotel. 

Eeeler, Ohristism, wagon maker, b Meeker near Main. 

£eeler, Mrs. widow of J. F., b cor EHc and Prospect 

Keenan, Samuel, sawyer, bds Nortb Star HoteL 

Keble, Cbarles, blacksmitb, b Wann. 

Eebl, Mrs. P. h Eeneb near Warren. 

Eeiser, Henry, laborer, b Gratiot. 

Eelly, Wm. coppersmitb, bds Mrs. Bridget Hugbes. 

Eelly, Morris, laoorer, bds Mrs. Bridget Hugbes. 

Kelly, Wm. former, b Higb bt Gear and Spring. 

Kelly, Peter, carpenter, h Dodge near Franklin. 

Kdly, Mrs. Bridget, b Fourtb near Decatur. 

Kelly, Patrick, laborer, b Franklin. 

Kelly, Obristopber, plasterer, b Fotirtb near Adams. 

Kelly, Daniel, dravman, b Higb ue«r Soulb. 

Kellogg, Hiram, blacksmitb, bds J. Rabse. 

Kellogg, G. W. agent Stage Co., bds Bradley House. 

Kempter, Ernest, music teacUer, Bench, bds Mrs. Tumey . 

Kemler, Frederick, carpenter, b Bidge above Division. 

Kemler, Charles painter^ b Hill near Dodge. 

Kennefick, B. laborer, b Hill above Divison. 



Eennet, 'Mm. Mary,!! near Maeazine. ^ 

Eennedj, John, labcnrer, b^s M. Sumril. 
Slennedj, John, laborer, h e Water above Bouthellier. 
Kennedy, Sobert, laborer, bds G. E. Eittenhouse. 
Kennedy, John, painter, h Gratiot. 
Kenedy, John, laoorer, bds W. Gorman. 
Kenman, George, h Bench near Green. 
Kent, Bev. A. n Hill near Bench. 
Keogfa, Mrs. Ell^n, boarding house. Bench near Hill. 
Keogh, Michael, laborer, h Gear above Bench. 
Keo^h, "Wm. laborer, h High near G^ar. 
Kie^ Daniel, laborer, bds M. Dunnegan. 
Kie^ Mrs. J. h Third near Adams, 
Killaly, Patrick, laborer, bds Martin McKowan. 
Kimpel, George, miner, h Eidge above Division. 
Kimble, Christian, turner, h Bench above Washingtan. ' 
Kinney, Biidget, h Gear above Bench. 
Kinney, Thomas, carpenter, h head Bouthellier. 
Kinney, G. W. cabinet maker, h Gratiot. 
Kinner, Nicholas, carpenter, bds B^nard Buck. 
King, Henry, laborer, h Wann. 
Kinder, James, laborer, bds G. McCall. 
Kirkmtrick, James, carpenter h Franklin near West. 
Kirvm, Eichard, laborer h head Gratiot. 
Kirvey, Patrick, laborer, bds James Boyle. 
Kissler, Frederick, laborer, h Spring near Dodge. 
Kissler, Jacob, laborer, h FranMin near West. 
Kittoe, £. D. physician. Main, h Dodge 
Kittoe, Eirby, physician. Main, bds E. D. Kittoe. 
Klett, Gasper, tailor, h Bench below Hill. 
KLINGEL & FEEDINAND, clothing store— /Sfed aOvj^ 4T. 
Klingel, P. firm K. & Ferdinand, h Bench. 
Kline, James W. water drayman, h cor Hill and Commerce.^ 
Kline, Abraham, laborer, h Dodge near Spring. 
Klokow, Henry, tailor h head Franklin. 
Knapp, Thomas, laborer, h Franklin. 
Kneel, Frank, ostler, bds E. McElhaney. 
K'Nell, Mrs. E. h Dodge bt Gear and Spriiig. , 
Knebel, Leo, butcher, h near Fourth. 
Knight, J. M. dry goods dealer. Main, h Bench. 
Kniffht, 0. clerk J. M. Knight, bds QesLV House. 
Koenler, Daniel, butcher, bds J. Koehler. 
Koehler, Jacob, Jr. butcher, h Spring near Summit. 
Koehler, Jacob, Sr. bds J. Koehler Jr. 

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1190 OALENA OUT? iDIBlOrOBT. 

Eolb, Mm. E. h near Bldge. 

Kolb, Jofiqph, physiclaii, cor Wa^ngton and Hain. 

Erahl, Barnes, cooper, bds Wm. Tell Hotise. 

Kramer, John, sexton M. E. Church, h rear Chur6h. 

Eringlel, Anthony, miner, h Division near Pranilin. 

Eriebs, JoBeph, laborer, h Wann. 

Erieb, Fredrick, labore^ bds Green Oak Hotel. 

Erohlinfi^ L shoemaker, Main, h same. 

Kni2er,'fienry, laborer, h TTill above Division. 

Kmb, Henry, stone mason, h Hill above Division. 

EnUeman, 0. laborer, h West near Bidge. 

Ennz, George, clerk L. Schwab. 

Ensick, Michael, laborer, h Wann. 

Euscker, Patrick, laborer, bds Mrs. 0. Rcyor. 

Ej^le, Jeremiah, stone mason, h Third near Adams. 



Ladd, H. H. grocer. Main, h Hill near Division. 
Ladd. L. J. carpenter, h Franklin. 
Lahr, John, music teacher, bds H. Eablin. 
Laisch, Ludwig, laborer, h near Division. 
Lamb, Z. cabinet maker, h Second near Jackson. 
Ltunpkin, John G. tailor, bds Green Oak HoteL 
Landon, Jonathan, teamster, h Gear near Spring. 
Lan^ley, W. J. B. clerk John M. Enight, bds same. 
Landrigan, John, laborer, h Gear near Hi^. 
Lannan, James, waterman, bds National Hotel. 
Lane, John, stone, mason, h Decatur. 
Lane, Gteorge, teamster, h Gratiot. 
Lane, J. D. grocer, h head Franklin. 
Lanz, John, laborer, bds Green Oak Hotel. 
^Land, H. B. tailor, bds D. Hintz. 
Laville, Timothy, laborer, bds M. Sumril. 
Law, Eob't, firm Dutcher, Brigham & Co., h Bench near Hill. 
Lawler, Michael, laborer, bds Minnesota House. • 
Lawire, Garvin, laborer, h head Gear. 
Laynai^^ Peter, miner, h Dodge near Spring. 
Lee, Josiah, fisherman, h near Bidge. 
Lee, George W. miner, h Sprinff near Dodge. 
Lehar, Timot hy , laborer, h Third below JacKSon. 
Leighton, L. W. clerk G. 0. Strother, bds City Hotel. 
LeMasters, Mrs. h Gratiot. 
LeMont, Fraok, river, bds Bailroad Exchiange. 
Lesieur, A. saddler, bds La&yette House. 



I 



Levensteen, ^ dother, Miifai, Ms Gtoar House. 

Lewis, L. shoemaker, Ms L. Bodimttiiig. 

Lewis, If oigiui, tailor, bds G. H. Mars. 

Lewis, Moses, bda Planters House. 

Libiy, Herman, watchmaker^ h rraiJbLUn. 

Licbenstein, H. dotber. Main, bds Laiajette Hooa^. 

Liddy, M. & P. merchants, 184 Jit&ifi, 

Liddy, M. firm M. & P. t., h 184 Main. 

Liddy, P. firm M. & P. I4., 1^ Bradley House. 

Lienghlin, Johui, stone n^ason, h Qor Dodge and Franklizi. 

Liehman, Jobs, laborer, h HiU above Division. 

liesveld, Jacob, tailor, h Bidm above Division. 

lieb, John, tailor, h Hickory oelow Bidge. 

Linafeltzer, Isadore, teamster, h Hill above Division. 

Linkhart, Greor^, butcher, bds Louisville House. 

Ling, Oeozge, snoemaker, h Bench bt Washington and Green 

Litue, James, srocer, Broadway, h same. 

Lloyd, Edmund, laborer, h Division near Fri^nkUn. 

Lockreth, Charles, blaeksnodth, bds B. McElhaney. 

LoHenry, Henry, plowmaker, bds F. Moas. 

Londerbach, Josepn, baker, bds B. Yogle. 

IfOpg, Enoch, agent Carson & Ei^ton, h Prospect nei|r W^^- 

Ington. 
Loomis, Wm. firm ^prton <fc L., h cor High and HiU. 
Looney^ James, laborer, h dd railroad above Decatur* 
Loop, G. W. railroad contractor, bds Bradley House. 
LOJiRAIN & CO. grocers, 36 Wee— /S^ aahp 23. 
Lorrain, S. S. firm Lorrain ^ Co., bds Mrs. Moulton. 
Lorrain, John, firm Lorrain & Co., h cor Bench and Sprung. 
Loss, Charles, laborer, h Bidge. 
Loth, Frederick, miner, bds l^uisvUle House. 
LOUlSVniJ; house, Th. Met?ger, 7 Levee— /Sfeejp 3T. 
Loveland, Asa, h West. 

Loveland, D. F. firm L. S. Felt & Co., bds A, Lovelaad. 
Lovdand, C. A. derk B. F. Fdt & Co., bds A. Lovdand. 
Luce, Bartlet, blacksmith, bds 8. Menzimer, 
LuU, M. S. firm Dixon, L. &, Co., h Broadway near Gratiot 
Lumley, Willip^m, fruit dealer, Main near FranHin, h san^. 
Luning, H. F. boarding house, cor Main and Franklin. 
Lundv, G. L. dentist, ms S. M. Fassett. 
Lynch, John, laborer, h Adams near e Water. 
Lynch, Peter, laborer, h Hi&^h near South. 
Lynch, John, laborer, h Hidkoxy. 
Lyon, Michael, laborer, h.near Mifi^isfiippi- 



. l(n GAUQTA OITT inBBCTOKT. 

M 
MeBre^ I%ilip, teameter, h FranUin. 
HcCabe, Arnold, brii^maEer, li 0«ar bt Dodge and Weet. 
McOall, JuneB, mason, h e Water above Bonthellicr. 
McOaU, P. carpenter, bds City Hotel. 
HcOann, John, Idackemith, bde M. Neeland. 

McOarty, Denr=" -' *- Tarrison. 

McCarl^, Dani l:liD. 

McOBitr, IlioD Evan.- 

McObtI^, John O. Hflrroii. 

MoOartT, Qeoi; B. Hngheg. 

MeOardle, FatncK, preeeman, uazette Office, bds Mrs Keogh. 
McClelland, Charles, teamster, h cor Elk and High. 
McOelUnd, B. H. attorney at law, bds Dr. E. Jones. 
MeClenn an, Ja mes, river, bds Eagle Honse. 
VxXJLOSKEY^ H. F. wholesale merchant, h Bench near 
MaffSDiifl — i%r4 adojp 63. 

L miUiner, 141 Main — JSee admjp 56. 

, h Hill above Division. 

dress, h cor High and Spring. 

rer, h HiBBissippi. 

r & CO. hiudware dealers — Seep 64, 

McC, StTocky & Co. bds Mrs. McKay. 

rer, h Hill near mdge. 
McDeermant, Patrick, laborer, bds M McKown. 
MeDemutt, Michael, miner, h Boathellier. 
* McDermitt, Patrick, laborer, h old railroad above Decatnr. 
McDermitt, John, laborer, h old railroad. 
Ml ' " B, stone mason, h Gear near Higb. 

M< borer, bds M. McEown. 

M iborei*. h Hich near Gear. 

M irk'V 

M >orer 

M onsts 

Ml kbore 

M ve(T 

"Mi-r.inniiHy^ a, veDJOUVST^ W 

McElhanej, Thomas, team 

McEaiary, Peter, raftsman. 

McGinti, Jamee, stone mat 

McQinn, Patrick, laborer, bds James Boyle. 

MeQinnis, Mrs. Ann, h cor WashiDgton and High. 

McGHnniB, Mrs. Mai^;aret, h Frsn^n. 

MeOliim, J. W. lab(H«r, bds John Htsgerald. 



McGbnisk, Bey. B. pastor Bt MichaePs Ghnrd^ h Bnoh. 

MeQonisk, Edward, medical stadent^ bds BeT. B. McGomsk; 

McGraw, Patrick, laborer, bds John Fitzgerald. 

McGidre, John, boatmaxi, h Second below Jacfaaon. , 

McGnire, Ho^h, mechanic, k near MissisBippi. 

McGnire, Midiael, fimner, h High. 

HcOnire, John, tailor, h Wann. 

McHn^h, John, law student, h cor Gear and West 

Mcbtire, Michael, laborer, h above West bt Qear and Sonth. 

Mclntire, Patrick, h West near Spring. 

McKay, Alexander, derk, bds Mrs. McKay. 

McKay, Mrs. h Bench opp Perry. 

McKelyey, Joseph S. carpenter, h cor Hill and West 

McKilUqps, Alexander, Sr. h FrankHn near Dodge. 

McKiUips, Alex. Jr. derk W. L. Hope, bds A. McKilUpB, Sr. 

McKillips, William, teamster, bds A. MciCQlips, Sr. 

McKown, Martin, railroad foreman, h near lilGssissippi. 

McKown, John, laborer, bds M. McKown. 

McKown, Timothy, laborer, bds M. McKown. 

McKown, John, laborer, h Dod^ 

MeLagan, 0. S. derk S. P. Smith, h near Dodge. 

McLanghlin, Mrs* E. h Gratiot 

McMahon, Boger, laborer, h Gear aboye Bench. 

McMann, Charles, laborer, h head Bouthellier. 

McMannis, John, laborer, h near Hill above Division. 

MoMASTEB, S. W. produce dealer, cor Main and Levee, h 

Prospect near Spring — See €uhp 56. 
McMaster, S. P. book keeper Jais. Garter & Oo., h Spring. 
McMillan, William, laborer, bds Mansion House. 
McKaney, Bernard, laborer, h Fourth bdow Decatur. 
McKulty, James, laborer, bds William Gain. 
McNultv, Thomas, coroner and county constable, h Dodge. 

McQuilLEtn, , laborer, h Medcer near Franklin. 

McQuillan, Bernard, grocer, liJ^dn, bds Mrs. OallaghaD. 
McQuillan, Philip, cleik B. Henry, bds Mrs. Gallaghan. 
Mc^ierry, Jiynes, teamster, h cor Bouthellier and Second. 
Mace, Joseph, laborer, h Third. 
Mace, George, laborer, bds J. Mace. 
Madden, Jonn, laborer, h Prospect near Gear. 
Madden, Mrs. Mary, (col) h Bench below Warren. 
Madi^n, David, laborer, h near Missiasinpi. 
Madling,Williamy tailor, h cor Sparie ana Hickory. 
MAGIST^, H. B. attorney at law. Main, bds National lELih 

telSee adv p 60* 



IM ousu OUT axmrasmr. 

Utiaane^f JoimyAratmtoi, bds B. MahuMr. 

IbltaDey, Siicboel, laborer, bds Mrs. B. Hn^tes. 

Hahaney, Cain, laborer, bds Mib. B. Hodiee. 

Mahaney, Detmis, laborer, bds Hrs. B. HtighcB. 

Hahanej, Jeremiah, labover, h Hi^ Dear Gear. 

Mahany, B. drarman, h Bodee bt 6ear and Bpting. 

Hahany, John, laborer, bds John Moore. 

Hahan, Mrs. Mary, fa Bonth^Iier. 

Mahony, David, labors, fa old railroad atwre Decatar. 

Maher, John, laborer, h Gear near High. 

Mahrer, John, coroer, bds W. Houy. 

Malloy, Abner, (col) river, h near Dodge. 

Mally, James, laborer, bds John Fitt^^mild. 

MALTBY, J. A. gunsmith, 184 Main, b B«met—See adsp4». 

Manning, G. W. saiiryer, bds North Star Hotel. 

Mannage, John , Isbwer, bds M. Rolla. 

Manytxi, James, lalxHer, fa haad BootheHier. 

Manahan, Thomas, laborer, h bead FranUin. 

Manly, Patrick, laborer, h head Bonthellier. 

Manly, Patrick, laborer, h head FraijkUn. 

Manly, John, laborer, h head Gratiot. 

MABS & SMALL, clothing store, 128 Main— ^;!» adop IS. 

Mare, G. H. firm M. & Sm^, h 138 Main. 

Marks, Joseph, pedler, h Wann, 

Marks, J. M. bds Ammcan Honse. 

Marti, Jacob, boarding honse, Franklin near Main. 

Martin, Thomas, laborer, h cor Dodge and FVanklin. 

Martin, George, plasterer, bds "Wisccmein Honse. 

Martin, Matthias, watchman, h Bonthellier. 

Martin, OhriBtiaii, shoemaker, bds Lomeville House. 

Marble, B. W. firm Dodds A M., h Dodge. 

MarU©, Oliver, carpenter, h Weet 

Marlow, I^tridc, laborer, bds M. McKown. 

Marfield, H. snpt Dredge Boat, fa Dodge bt ^ring and 6e8r- 

Massonir, Leopold, bds F. Maxeimer. 

Masterson, Bev. Wm. assistant pastor 8t Ifidia^'s Clinivb, 

bdsEev.B. McGorriat. 
Mastetson, Daniel, stcme mason, h Bidge near Diviafin. 
Mason, Joseph, vagon maker, h Meeker near Ifooadws;. 
Mason, Matiow D. stage driver, fa Franklin near Weet 
Maecal, John, cabinet maker, bds M. S. HllL 
Matthews Benjamin, carpenter h old railroad above I>eatiir. 
Matthews, M . ostler, bds Eagle Honse. 
Matthews, Charles E. watchmaker, bds Gear House. 



Matt, MathifM9, milkr, h l^ni^ near High. 

Mangle, Peter, laborer, h West near Meek^. 

MagSwer, Philip, tail(»*, h Bench near Hill. 

Max, L. firm D. Block & Go. bds La&7%tte House. 

Ma/banks, Nathaniel, shoemaker, h cor Dodge and Elk. 

May, George, carpentar, bds National Hotel. 

Medler, Edward, blacksmith, bds M. Neeland. 

MeGrath, William, labcwer, h Franklin. 

Meighen, Felix, ooonty ^or. Meeker. 

Meighen, William, shenfi^ bds F. Meighen. 

Meighen, Patrick, laborer, bds Franklm House. 

Melvill, Mrs. Mary, h Itecatnr near Third. 

Melvill, Bobert, cleriE steamer Nominee, h cor Gear and 

Bench. 
Melvill, AUen C. clerk J. Carter & Co, bds Mrs Melvill. 
Melvill, G. Rcteik H. F. MeCloskOT, bds Mrs Melvill. 
Melville, James, trader, bds Eagle Honse. 
Melvin^ Seth, dtj constable, bds American Honse. 
Meller, Matthew, Franklin Brewery, head Franklin. 
M^Loy, Daniel, laborer, bds John Fitzgerald. 
MeLoy, Patrick, laborer, bds John Fitegerald. 
Menzimer, G. A. laborer, h Wann. 
Menzimer, Jacob, laborer, h Franklin. . 
Menzimer, Stephen, miner, h Main below Washington. 
Mensel, Adam, tinsmith, h Hill near High. 
MEBRICK, MBS. MABT, milliner, No. 90 mm—8eep 49. 
Merrick, John B. derk, bds City Hotel. 
Merrick, James, shoemaker, bds S. Pemberthy. 
Merrick, John, laborer, h cor Bouthellier and Third. 
MEBBUjL, H. T. mnsic teacher, h Prospect near Green — 

See advp 88. 
MEBBILL, COWLES & CO. dry goods dealers, lULBin—See 

€uhp 46. 
Merrill, S. 8. firm M. Cowles & Co. bds Gear Honse. 
Merry, C. H. clerk steamer Clarion, bds City Hotel. 
Merkle, Gteorge, bar keeper. Napoleon Honse. 
Messner, Freaerick, conxeetioner, bds Green Oak House. 
Metsger, Theobold, Lonisvflle Honse, Levee. 
Met^r, Frederick, barber, h Franklin. 
Metzicher, Michael, brew^, bds W. Hony. 
Metcalf^ Jacob, laborer, h Spring. 
Meyer, William, grocer, Franklin, h same. 
Meyer, John, miner, h cer Commerce and Grew. 
Meyer, Nathan, clothing store Main bds Lafii^yiette Honse. 



Meyer, Frederick, Telegtmi^ House, Hain. 

Herer, William, GhUena Hotel, Hain. 

Hikeaell, Simon, steamboat engineer, h Q«ar above Dodge. 

IGllard, W. P. bds Gear House. 

HiUer, John, teamster, h cor Dodge and FranUin. 

Wilier, Daniel, blackemith. Main, Mb D. Bngk 

Miller, Anthony, teamster, bds O. H Perry. 

Miller, William, flatboatman, h Hi^ near Spring. 

Miller, John, flatboatman, bds William Miller. 

Idler, Jamee, flatboatman, bds William Miller. 

Miller, Frederick, flatboatman, bds William Miller. 

Miller, Joseph, laborer, bds J. Koehler, Jr. 

Idler, Joseph, stone mason, h Commerce. 

Miller, A. botcher, bda Leo Knebel. 

Miller, Mrs. J. h Division near Spring. 

IGlIer, H. F. eaddler. Main, h Dodge near Gear. 

Miller, John, blacksmith, bda Green Oak Honse. 

Miller, H W. flour store, cor Main and Warren, h same. 

Milly, Ann, (col) laundress, h near Dodge. 

Mills, Alfred, rsUroad contractor, h Second near Adams. 

Milee, Edmund, laborer, h FranMin. 

lEne, Francis, restaurant, Main. 

Ifink, Oha^les, miner, -bds John Graves. 

Mitchell, Geoi^ M. oonnty judge, court house, bds Mrs. Tur- 

ney. 
Mitchel, George, bar keeper, h cor Dodge and Spring. 
Moas, Fredenck, miner, n Bidge near Division. 
Moae, Henry, clerk W. & J. Fiddick, bds F. Moas. 
Moas, A. clerk Elingel & Co., bds F. Moas. 
Mcwley, Conrad, blacksmith, h Gratiot 
Mohoe, WiUianii flatboatman, h High near Spring. 
Molledom, Christopher, miner, h bead Franklm. 
Molony, L. railroad contractor, h Second above Deeator. 
Monroe, Howard, (col) bds Carroll Johnson. 
Monica, James, grocery store, Levee, h sama 
Mont^e, T. H. bar keeper, J. Horriea. 
Mo: uid fruit store, Main. 

Mo: per, Frank Mine. 

Mo toon M^in. 

Mo: ler, bilUard saloon. 

Mo ^ . ior Fourth and Adams. 

Mofflre, George^ clerk in poet office, bds City Hotel. 
Moore, David, North Star Ho4el, cor Main and FranUia 
Mboie, Williun, turner, bda M. B. HiU. 



OALBSTA am IXBSatOST. 107 

Moore, Pairick, market master, h Diagonal nea^ Bench. 

Moonej, Michael, laborer, h Spring afeve West. 

Mooney, Matttiew, laborer, bds R Eriven. 

Morrison, J. A. grocer, Franklin near Dodge, h same. 

Morrison, John E. mate on steamboat, h Second. 

Morrison, Jesse, h S|pring. 

Morrison, G^rge, eiig. steamer, [Nominee, bds Gear House. 

Morris, Jackson, (col) porter, B. S. Harris & Co. h Sonth. 

Morehead, Mrs. M. h Franklin. 

Moriartj, Sylvester, laborer, h near Mississippi. 

Moricy, Patrick, plasterer, h Ptospect near Gear. 

Morelli, Peter, confectioner, h heaa Fourth. 

Morello, Paul, restaurant. Levee, h near Fourth. 

Morell, 0. M. dmr dealer, 133 Main. 

Morin, Henry, &nit store, Main, h same. 

Morin, Peter, laborer, h Division near Spring. 

Morton, George, stewunl on steamboat, h Bench near Green. 

Morgan, ^ sadler, bds 0. E. Perkins. 

Morgan, Patnck, raih*oad contractor, h Second ab Decatur. 

Morgan, John, railroad contractor, Ms P. Morgan. 

Morgan, Thomas, ostler, h Hill near High. 

Morgan, Edward, mate on river, bds Eagle House. 

Morgan, Mathias, stone mason,' h Fourth. 

Morse, Edward, Dubuque sta^e driver, h Hill near H^h. 

Moss, Henderson, (col) river, bds J. Jacob. 

Moss, Isaac M. caipenter, bds Iforth Star Hotd. 

Mosler, P. cigar manu&cturer 131 Main. 

Moulton, Mrs. Marcia, boarding house. Bench. 

Mulligan, James, teamster, bds Patrick Byrne. 

MuUigan, Thomas, drayman, h Spring above West 

Mulligan, Philip, Ume burner, bds Eagle House. 

Mulligan, Owen, teamster, h cor High and South. 

Mullen, Joseph, laborer, h High near Soutii. 

Muller, Ernest, book binder, cor Bench and Washington, h 

cor Muir and Hamilton. 
Mulcan, Tm othy, laborer, h High near South. 
MURPHY, TIMOTHY, wood dealer, h cor Elk and High— 

See achp 87. 
Murphy, Patrick, laborer, bds John Moore. 
Murphy, James, laborer, bds William Shea* 
Murphy, Mrs. Lucy, h Broadway near Meeker. 
Murphy, Hugh, laborer, bds Tremont House. 
Murphy, Jeremiah, teamster, h Fourth near Decatur. 
Murphy, Patrick, river, h Jackson near Fonrthi 



U)8 OALCHA. OETT IHBBCnOBT. 

Mnrphj, Mrs. Bridget, h Gear near Froapect - 

Hnrpby, John, laborer, h Decator. 

Mnrph/, Timothy, laborer, h old railroad. 

Hnrpby, JameB, laborer, bds J. Boyle. 

Mnrphy, Mtb. Ellen, laondrees, h Sencli near Peny. 

Mniphy, Patrick -Ver, bde Minnesota House. 

Mniphy, John, bda Mrs. B. Hi^es. 

Muiphy, John, bds Minnesota Honse. 

Myers, Michae r, bds W. Cain. 

!^ere, John, 1 ds "W. Cain. 

l^ers, Obarlee, miner, h IX>dge near Harrison. 



Nftck, Adam, carpet weaver, h Bostwick near FranUin. 
NAGLE & 6ILLM0RE, boot and shoemakers mia-See 

adop S9. 
Na^e, John, firm N. & Qillmore, h High near Washington- 
Naiven, Wm. drayman, h Spring near w'est. 
Napper, S. T. butcher, bda Gear Honse. 
Napper, Angnsttifi, currier, bds Cleoi^ Ling. 
NASH, RICHARD, manu&cturer of coUery, MaJn-^S^ oOb 

p40. 
Nash, James, teamster, bds T. Murphy. ■ 
Naeh, Charles, carpenter, h e Water. 
Nash, Thomas, laborer, h Bouthellier near Fourth- 
Near, George, carpenter' bds E. Day. 
Near, Jacob, carpenter, bda E. Day. 
Neeland, Michael, bla(^mith, h aor Spring and Main. 
Nehrling, Joseph, cabinetmaker, bdeX. iS-ohling. 
Nelson, Horatio, lumber dealer, h near Bill and High. 
Nelson, Owen, miner, bds H. F. Luning. 
Nelson, John, tinsnutb, bds La&yette Hotel. 
Nelson, William, printer. Gazette Office, bda D. Bugh. 
Nelson, Stewart, saddler, bds Lafayette Hot«l. 
NEWHALL, H. dra^Ut, cop Main and Hill, h Benelv— 6fe# 

Newman, Patrick, laborer, h e Water near Adama. 

Newell, John, teamster, bds City Hotel. 

Nicholas, William, tinsmith, h Dodge. 

Nichols, George, pilot, h Dodga, bt Spring and Gear. 

Niflson, Jacob, laborer, h Gratiot. 

Noa, Mrs. Mary, h Hill above Division. 

Noa, Geoijpe, carpenter, h Hill above Division. 

NOBLE, J. D. bat store, No. 126 Main, h tajn«— ^ ^ 5S. 



GALENA cmr DIBSGTOST. 109 

Kolan, Dennis, on river, bds Minnesota House. 

Nolan, Bernard, bricklayer, h Bouthellier near Fonrih. 

Ifolan, George, tinsmith, bds City Hotel. 

Nolan, Bobert, grocer, Main near Meeker. 

Nolan^Michael, wagon maker, h head Franklin. 

Nold, y alentine, shoemaker, bds Gteorge Ling. 

Norris, R 8. smelter. Levee, h West bt JDodge and Division. 

Norris, Barney, (col) sexton Sec* Pres. Chm^h, h Jackson. 

Norton, Patrick, laborer, h near Adams. 

Norton, Hugh, painter, h near Spring. 

Norton, James, painter, bds H. Norton. 

O. 

O'Brien, Michael, laborer, bds M. Dnnnes^. 

O'Brien, James, laborer, hbt Second and^ird. 

O'Brien, Michael, laborer, h near Meeker. 

O'Brien, Lawrence, laborer, bds Minnesota House. 

O'Brien, Michael, laborer, bds W. Cain. 

O'Brien, Martin, laborer, bds W. Cain. 

O'Brien, Dennis, laborer, h cor South and Dodge. 

O'Brien, Michael, laborer, h head Franklin. 

O'Brien, Michael, laborer, bds H. McGuire. 

O'Connor, Nicholas, laborer, bds J. Moore. 

O'Connor, Dennis, railroad foreman, h Gear above Dodge. 

O'Connor, Jliichael, laborer, h near Mississippi. 

O'Connell, Andrew, laborer, bds Mrs. B. Hughes. 

O'ConneU, Peter, laborer, bds Mrs. B. Hu^es . 

O'Donald, John, laborer, h Fourth above l)ecatur. 

O'Hara, William, carpenter, bds George Collins. 

O'Herron,- James, laborer, h Mississippi. 

CHerron, John, iaborer,,bds James O'Herron. 

O'Herron, Michael, laborer, bds James O'Herron. 

O'Herron, Thomas, laborer, h near Mississippi. 

O'Mara, Thomas, laborer, h Dodge. 

O'Neill, Bernard, laborer, bds J. Moore. 

CNiel, John, laborer, bds M. Dunnegan. 

OUendorf, Mrs. A. h old railroad. 

dinger, Nicholas, confectioner, Franklin. 

Olinger, John, confectioner, Franklin. 

Ormond, Wm. laborer, h High near Spring. 

Osbom, Abraham, blacksmith, bds B. McElhaney. 

Osendorfc Frederick, laborer, h Hill above Division. 

Oswald, Michael, saddler, bds Lafayette House. 

Ottan, Mrs. M. boarding house, Commerce near Green^ 



110 GiiJBNA orrr dzbeoiobt. 

Owens, Bichard, liyerjr stable, Commerce, h FranUin. 
Owens, David, tailor, ods ITational Hotel. 
Owen, Wm. laborer, h Gear below High. 

P. 

PACKABD, J. A. merchant, 1(H Main, h Dodge near Hill 

See advp 20. 
Packer^George, blacksmith, h Hickory near Bidge. 
Fader, rhilip, bds P. W. Maxeinier. 
Page, William, basket maker, h Harrison near Brown. 
Page, "William, plasterer, bds O, H. Perry. 
PaSner, Mrs. A. h Hill above Division. 
Palmer, Henry, teamster, bds Dennis Galvin. 
Panney, Christian, laborer, bds Wisconsin House. 
PABI^ HENBY C. justice of the peace, cor Main and Wash* 

ington, h cor Hill and High — See oAov 68. 
Parker, James, clerk J. Brookes, bds Mrs. Monlton. 
Parker, Samuel, watchman on boat, bds Eagle House. 
Parsons, Jphn, machinist, h Franklin below High. 
Parshal, J. carpenter, bds Bailroad Exchanga 
Parrish, Mrs. E. h cor Brown and Gratiot. 
Pattune, A. stone mason, h Franklin. 
Patten, William, laborer, h head Bouthellier. 
Pate, Thomas, fruit dealer, h Second near Adantis. 
Pate, David, carpenter, bds Thomas Pate. 
Paul, John, stone mason, h cor Fourth and Bouthellier. 
Pearson, Charles, firm Harris, P. & Harris, h cor Fourth and 

Adams. 
Peck, H. W. Eng. I. C. B. B., bds J. T. Cook. 
Peck, Jacob, laborer, h Dodge near Spring. 
Pemberthy, Samuel, wood sawyer, h FraiSJin below High. 
Peoples, Hugh, bds Broadway Hotise. 
Pepper, John, tailor, h Dodge near Spring. 
Peper, Henr y, lab orer, h cor Second and bouthellier. 
PERBY, OLIVEB H, bricklayer, h Gear near Spring— /Sfee 

Perry, Mrs. Aim, h Water near Washington.' 
Pero, Alford, cooper, h South near High. 
Pemng, Mrs. Ann, h Main bt Franklin and Meeker. 
PEBIONS, C. B. saddler, Main, h Prospect^/Sfe^j a^^ 18. 
Perkins, J. B. teller in Bank of Galena, bds Mrs. Momton. 
Peters, William, teamster, bds Geoi^ Packer. 
Peterson, Lysander, carpenter, bds [National Hotel. 
Pfiffner, Henry, miner, h Jackson near Third. 



OALBHA omr DoaKnosT. Ill 

Pfiflher, Joseph, miner, bds Henry Pfifiher. 

Pfifer, George, shoemaker, bds P. W. Maxeimer. 

Pfhnt, John, bar keeper, bds F. Schaffer. 

Phegan, John, porter Jas. Carter & Co., h Dodge near Gear. 

Phelen, John, laborer, bds W. Gorman. 

Philips, A. M. agent starch company, bds Wisconsin House. 

Philips, H. L. attorney at law, bas Mansion House. 

Phipps, James, laborer, h West. 

Herce, Mrs. ly^ry, seamstress, h Hill bt High and Dodge. 

Pighely, John, saloon. Levee, h same. 

Pindar, Thomas, laborer, h Bouthellier. 

Plath, Henry, carpe nter, h S ummit near Spare. 

PLUMSTEAD, MATTHEW, boot and shoe dealer, Main, 

bds A. M. Haines — See admp 63. 
POBTER & SPRATT, dry goods dealers, cor Main and HiU 

See a&op 19. 
Potts, John G. justice of the peace, cor Commerce and Green, 

h Dod^ near Franklin. 
Potts, Ohanes F. clerk J. R. Grant, h Branch. 
Potter, Frederick, miner, h Gratiot. 
Pouch, Joseph, laborer, h near Mississippi. 
Powers, Michael, laborer, h Third below Jackson. 
Powers, John, laborer, h Third below Jackson. 
Poyner, Thomas,^ raftsman, bds Eagle House. 
Predden, A. cabinet maker, h Washington near Dodge. 
PRESLEY, J. A. tobacconist, h Washmgton near Dodge — 

See ac hp 89. ^ 

Pritchard, William, grocer, h Branch. 
Price, George, carpenter, bds S. Pemberthy. 
Proctor, Wuliam, (col) teamster, h near Dodge. 
Pryor, Mrs. Catharine, h Brown near Gratiot. 
Piicell, William, teamster, bds Bradley House. 
Purdy, E. W. firm Griggs & P., City Hotel. 

Q. 

QUAN, W. & CO. grocers, Main— /S^ achp 29. 
Quan, William, firm W . Q. & Co., h Bench. 
Quaney, Mrs. Mary, h Gtear below Hich. 
Quigley, John, blacksmith, h Second belov Bouthellier. 
Quinn, Patrick, drayman, h Meeker near Fraziklin. 
Qpinn, Patrick, laborer, h Branch. 
Quincney, Joseph, clerk, bds Blinois House. 
Quinlan, John, laborer, h Spring near West. 
Quirtf John, ostler City Hotel. 



112 

B. 
Bablin, Henry, lamberman, h Franklin near Ki^. 
Kahmy, Theobold, bar keeper, Union Honse. 
Bahm, A. camdle manofactnrer, bds Union Home. 
Eahse, J. H. carpenter, Ji «or Ridee and Division. 
Baheei J. F. carpenter, bda J. H. Kahse. 
RAILROAD EXCHANGE, by J. Rudolph, cor Midn and 

Gear — See adv p 20. 
Ranfbey, F. R. laborer, bds Wiscomin House. 
Raney, Jamee, laborer, bd^ T. Mnlcan. 
Rannbahlin, Richard, Bawyer, h Gratiot, 
Rawlins, John A, law stndent, bds Rev. H. Crewa. 
Ray & Scott, pnblighers Jeffersonian, cor Kain and Waeb* 

ington. 
Ray, a H. firm R. & Scott, b^ G. W. Woodward. 
Ray, B. F. clerk J. A. Packard, bds E. Jones. 
Ray, George, clerk Merrill, Cowlee & Co. bda Bradley Home. 
Raush, C. stone maaon, h near West and Sill, 
READ, JOHN, grocer and dry goods dealer, cor Main and 

FrankUn, bds M. S. Hill— ^ advp 42. 
Read, Godfred, blackamith, h Wann. 
Read, Gardiner, blacksmitb, h Harrison. 
Rechin, Philip, laborer, h Adams. 
Reed, Mrs. Elenor, h Bench near Washington. 
Reed, George, bds American Honse. 
Regos, Lome, (col) steward on boat, h High near Prospect 
Rf^r, Charles, cooper, h Third below Decatnr. 
Beam, Angostos, laborer, h cor Dodge and Spring. 
R^ey, Mother Teresa, snperioi^ St Mary's Oonvent, Bnad- 

way. 
Reilly, Mrs. Mary, b Gear near West 
Reily, T. clerk K. Egan, bds City Hotel. 
Reinhart, Mrs. A. h head Franklin. 
Reidon, John, drayman, h Dodge near Gear. 
Reisnor, Florian, Illinois Honse, cor Franklin and Beiicb. 
Rellis, Mrs. h Spring near West. 
Renwick, Alex, tinsmith, h Madison. 
Renskers, G. laborer, h Blnffi 

Reynolds, Robeft, teamster, b Dodge bf Spring and Gear. 
Rhitt " )odge bt Gear and Spring. 

RICI »r8 COT Broadway and Mwiffl"' 

lUce, Geoi^e, firm R. & Whitham, h Gratiot 

Richie, Rodolpb, porter T. Gkrdon, h Dodge n&ar S^i^' 



iUimiL cfTY jyiBaBCrrosst. 118 

JHchartlgon, CWwge, slioemaker, bds WilEam Holder. 

iRichardsoix, G. W. teacher h Dod^ near Hill. 

RICHAEDSON", A. H. (col) blacksimih, Levee near Spring, 
h e "Water above Bouthellier — See aidvp 58. 

Sicbardson, Larkin, (col) blacksmitti, bds A. H. Bicbardson. 

RichardBon, John, stone mason, h Thiafd below Jackson. 

Riddle, William, backsmith, h Franklin. 

Riddle, Alexander, laborer, h Franklin. 

Riddy, George, laborer, h Spring near High, 

Rid^, John,J3ricklayer, h Franfilin, 

Riffgs, George B. clerk Gear House. 

Riley, James, laborer, h e Water near Adams« 

RIPLET, BROWN & 00. crockery dealers— /iSfe« advp 61> 

Ripley, Edwin, firm R., Brown & Go., h cor B^ich and Mag- 
azine. 

Ripley, Enos, mm R., Brown & Oa, bds Edwin Ri;dey. 

Rittenhonse, G. R. carpenter, h old raSroad above Becatnr. 

Ritter, Isaac, firm Sanders & R., h cor Elk and Prospect. 

Ritzman, H. clerk P Stemler, bds Gear House. 

Rischy, Adolph, painter, Ms G Kemler, 

Robe, Mrs Id^u^aret, h Higk 

Roberts, Robert teamster, h near e Water. 

Robertson, George R pl^ysician, cor Main and Green, b<ii 
Gear House. 

Robertson, Thomas, Planters House, cor Oommmerce and 
Washington, 

Robertson, T&omas H. law student, bds Bradley House. 

'Robinson, David, smelter, h Wann, 

Robinson, Joseph, carpenter, bds H. Sutler. 

Robinson, John, lime burner, h iPpring. 

Robinson, Joseph, (col) white washer and biH poster, h W^st 
near Spring. 

Robinson, Oharles, Eagle House, Waller near Levee. 

Robinson, James^ bds T^ational Hotel. 

Robinson, John, h Fourth near Decatur, 

Robinson, Thomas, painter, bds J. Adams^ 

Robinson, H. blacksmith, h Frankfin, 

Rodewig, George, h High near Spring. 

Rodewig, Mrs, v). h Fourth near Adams. 

Rogers, Charles, (col) barber, bds Oity Hotel. 

Rogers, Mrs. Eliza, h Gratiot. 

Rofla, Michael, laborer, h Gear bt High and Prospect 

Rolan, H. blacksmith, h old railroad below Decatur. 

Roneck, Dennis, laborer, h Fourth below Decatur. 

H 



114 OALKBA dTT mBSHJUMY. 

BOOD^JAHES, wholesale grocer, Levee, h cor Hill &ni 

ProBpect — See uMp 62. 
Boof^ Freaerick, laborer, h High bt Gear and Spring. 
Sootman, C. carpenter, h TTill above Division, 
Boes, John, clerk N. Corwith & Co. bds Kansion HonBe. 
ROSE, DR. H. dentist, Ko. 93 Main, bds Mrs Moalton— >SfeB 

oAop 39. 
Rose, Jacob, on river, bds Wm. Tell House. 
ROSEBEOUGH. E. L. marble dealer, cor Spring and Levee, 

h same — See oAvp 23. 
Bosebrongh, James, marble cotter, bds R. L. Rosebrough. 
Rosenberg, Antonia, grocery store, Bostwick near Franklin, 
Roeentba^ H. finn DiPenbera" & R. bds Eagle Hoose. 
Rotter, George, carpenter, h west. 
Rotder, John, stone mason, h cor Bodge and Spring. 
Rotky, John, laborer, h Third. % 

Roth, NicholaB, watchman, h cor Commerce and Green. 
Roth, Philip, carpenter, bds B. Buck. 
Roth, Adam, tailor, bds J. Gall, 

lerk, W. H. Bradley, h Prospect near HilL 

borer, bde T. Mnlcan. 

uonlder, h Commerce. 

lilroad Exchange, cor Main and Gear. 

r, h Dodge near Spring. 

, gnnBmith, No. 211 l&in, h Hill bt Bend 

» aSmp 17. 
Ktinaie, nenry, miner, h Fnffipect near Spring. 
Rnssell, E. H. bds American Honse. 
RnsBell, Wm. miller, bds John Westwick. 
RYAN, "W. & J.M. whoJe8aleerocer8,206 'i&aaa.Seep 30. 
Ryan, Wm. firm W. & J. M. K h Franklm near Bench. 
Ryan, J. M. firm W. & J. M. R. bds Wm. Ryan. 
RYAN, DENNIS, drayman, h cor Broadway and Meeker. 

Bee advjt 31. 
Ryan, Philip, laborer, h near Meeker. 
Ryan, Francis, bowling saloon, h Spare near Dodge. 
Ryan, Timothy, laborer, h old railroad, 
Ryan, Patrick, laborer, bds P. Harrington. 
' Ryan, Patrick, laborer, bds Wm. Ormraid. 
Ryan, Jin. Haiy, h Gear above Bench. 
Ryan, Thomas, laborer, h MisBissippi. 
Ryan, Patrick, laborer, h Jackson. 
Ryan, l£chael, laborer^ h JackecoL 



OAUESTA CTTY DIBKCTQBY. 115 

S. 

Sacket, Alfred, pottery, head Gratiot, h same. 

Safely, J. W. firm J. E. Smith & Co. h Gear near Prospect. 

SALOMON, EDWARD, clothing store, Main,h Bench near 
Magazine — Ske advp 36. 

Salfart, Henry, laborer, bds H. F. Luning. 

SAMPSON. JAMES H, druggist, 174 Main, h cor Second 
and Jefferson — See advpZO. 

Sammon, Thomas, tailor, h Fourth. 

SANDEES & RITTER, grocers, 204 Main— /J^ achjp 40. 

Sanders, George, firm S. & Ritter, h Main near Perry. 

Sanders, 0. E. grocery store, Levee, h cor High and Spring. 

Sanford, Georee R. firm Crooks, S. & Co. bds Gear House. 

Sandle Wm. oil doth manufiEicturer, h near Division. 

Saunders, Edward E. carpenter, h cor Third and Jefferson. 

Sax, Jacob, laf)orer, h Franklin. 

S^es, Thomas, teamster, h Franklin. 

Scandling, Thomas, laborer, bds Wm. Cain. 

Schirmer, David, city flour mills, h cor Bench and Washing- 
ton. 

Schider, Conrad, shoemaker, h head Franklin. 

Schume, Christian, cooper, h Third below Decatur, 

Schwaty, John, cooper, h Second below Decatur. 

Schirgey, Francis, miner, bds H. Phiflher. 

Scha^ Jacob, tailor, h cor Dodge and Franklin, 

Schaap, John, laborer, h near Spring. 

Schissler, Michael, laborer, h Ridge above Division. 

Schnider, Matthew, teamster, bds JD. Galvin. 

Schmidt, Otto, miner, bds L. Krohling. 

Schmidt, Dionis, watch maker, bds Louisville House. 

Schmidt Peter, miner, h Gratiot. 

Schmidt, Christian, laborer, bds J. Isty. 

Schneue, Heindrich, laborer, h Adams near Third. 

SchwoUer, ^ blacksmith, h Third near Adams. 

Schwatka, F. W. blacksmith, h Meeker. 

Schmohl, George^ millinery rooms, 145 Main, h same. 

Scheirholz, Charles, clerk iBurrichter & Hellman, bds John 
Burrichter, 

Schuyder, Frank, cabinet maker, h Fourth. 

Schwartz, C. bar keeper, John Pi^hety. 

Schaffer, Mrs. C. grocery atore, Mam, h Bench near Washing- 
ton. 

Schaffer, Martin, tailor, h Spring near Dodge. 

Schaffer, Francis, grocery, cor Hill and Gommeroe. 

h2 



116 oA£ENA onr DntECrOBT. 

Scbafers, H. miner, li !Ridge above Division. 
Schwab, L. saloon, cor Mam and Sp ri ng li same. 
Schwab, L. laborer, h Bench below Warren. 
Scorader, Henry, laborer, bds Wm. Fock. 
Scott, Paul, boot and shoe dealer, Main, h Harrison. 

Scott, , saddler, bds C. K. Pertins. 

Scott, Lneien, chair maker, bds P. Dram, 
Scott, Thomas, bricklayer, h cor Dodge and Washington- 
Scott, D. W. £rm Hay & 8. h Diagoiml near Main. 
c^bI **■—, mantaa maker, h Second. 

lard, clerk, Connty Court, h Proepwt. 

Fohn, teamster, bds Bradley House. 
fialiro-nfrAtr fjeorgc, Cabinet maker, n near High, 
ilae, laborer, h Bidge near Division. 
e, stone mason, h Third near Adams. 
astus, carpenter, bds Bernard Buck. 
txiuiy i^nnsuan, confectioner, bds John Pnch. 
Shaw, Mrs. Frances, boarding house, cor Bench and Franklin. 
Shaw, John M. clerk E. 8. Harris & Co. bds Mrs. F. Shaw. 
Shay, Morris, laborer, h near Adams. 
Sharlow, David, laborer, h Franklin. 
Shannon, Daniel, laborer, bds Minnesota House. 
Shapper.C, laborer, bds Galena Hotel. 
Shaller, Louis, shoemaker, bds Georee Ling. 
Shea, Wm. street commissioner, h Olande near Branch. 
Sheau, Thomas, laborer, h Spring above West. 
Shdly, John, (col) on river, bds Ann MiUy. 
Sherry, John, steamboat watchman, bds Eagle House. 
Sheldon, Benjamin R. judge, 14th Circuit, bds S. M. Fassett. 
Sheridan, Thomas, laborer, bds Patrick Moore. 
Sherman, Charles, bar keeper, Wm. Tell House. 
Shimpf, Louis, on river, h West near Franklin. 
Shindle, Patrick, cooper, h Main. 
Shindler, Henry, carpenter, bds National Hotel. 
Shnck, Theodore, miner, h Gratiot. 
SHUSTEK, I. clothing store, 88 Main, bds L8%Btte House. 

SeeadBp25. 
Shnster, Jacob, laborer, h Division near Franklin. 
Shnster, Philip, painter, h Wann. 
Sikkem^ R laborer, h Hickojy. 
^tzer, Andrew, laborer, h near Sprii^. 
Silverburg, M. P. h Bench bt HiU and Perry. 
Simms, Kelson, chair maker, h Franklin near West 
Simmons, John D. baker, Levee, h Gear above Dodge. 



0ALENA orrr dqebotoby. 117 

Simpson, James, miller, bds John Westwick. 

Simpson, Wm, sawyer, bds North Star Hotel. 

Simpson, Thomas, miner^ h Gratiot. 

Simpson, William, laborer, h near lUdge. 

SLA YMAEEB, J. L. harbor master, h second near Monroe 
See cid'op 42. 

Slaughter, Tv m. teamster, bds J, Galvin. 

Slichter, Jacob, derk McOnUy, Strocky & Co. h HjH. 

Slichtin, Henry, miner, bds Jt Graves. 

Smart, W. R. peddler, h near Ridge. 

Small, E. A. firm Mars & S. bds (?ear House. 

Smith, Orrin, pres. Mumesota Packet Co. h cor Second and 
Jackson 

SMITH, S. P. leather dealer, 188 Main bds M. P. Silverbuig, 

^ Sec CLchp 19. 
^ Smith, Henry, cabinet maker, h Hill above Division. 

Smith, Jerome, pilot, steamer Nominee, bds Bradley House. 

Smith, "Wm. stone mason, h head Bouthellier. 

Smith, John, laborer, bds R. McElhanev. 

SMITH, B. livery stable. Commerce, h Bench — See a^p 47. 

Smith, Wm. with B. Smith, bds same. 

Smith, William, miner, bds Mississippi House. 

Smith, David, National Hotel, FranJdin near H^h. 

Smith, Hugh, shoemaker, h Gratiot 

Smith, Charles 8. engineer, I. 0. R R. bds J. Cook. 

Smith, Noah, derk, steamer Royal Arch, h e Water. 

Smith, Thomas, laborer, h Third near Adams. 

Smith. FranUin, clerk Wm. Bailey, h High. 

Smith, Adam, teamster, h Dodge near Spring. 

SMITH. S. R. dry goods dealer, h cor Mars and We&t-See^ 57. 

Smith, John R. agent for A. Haven^ merchant. Main, h Ridge. 

Smith, John E. & Co. jewelers 85 Main. 

Smith, John E. firm J . E. S. & Co. h cor Hill and West 

Smith, Henry, stone mason, h Franklin. 

Smith, Thomas, laborer, h old railroad below Decatur. 

Smith, Henry, (col) pastor, col'd Baptist Church, h Prospect 

Smith, Thomas, (col) barber, bds H. Smith. 

Snow, Robert, miner, h near, Gratiot 

Snyder, Wm. H. teller J. Carter & Co. h cor Higl^and Wash- 
ington. 

Snyder, Samuel, carpenteiy bds Andrew Telford. 

Snyder, Jacob, laborer, h Bostwick near Franklin. 

Snyder, Wm. ostler, bds R McElhaney. 

Snyder & WiUis, architects ai^ buiJdersHill near Water. 



118 GALENA Cnr DIRBCrrOBT. 

Snyder, Isaac, butcher, bds P. Betherbridge. 

Sohn, A. dothing store, Main, bds Lafayette House. 

Soul, John, miner, h Bidge above Division. 

Sour, Michael, firm F. E. Ber^am & Co. h near Bench* 

Spaniel, Edward, miner, h Ei^e above Division. 

Specs, Eev. 8. Q. pastor First rres. Church, h Prospect near 

HiU. 
Speir, Rudolph, clerk C. Wede, bds same. 
Specht, Peten h Dodge near Spring. 
Spechtman, J. derk T. Bean, h Dc^ge. 
Spencer, Mrs. Sarah, h Gratiot. 
Spencer, Miss Jane, milliner. Main, bds F. E. Bergman. 
Spier, Hugh, clerk S. Crawford & Co. bds S. Crawford. 
Spoon, Charles, stone mason, h Gear above Dodge. 
Spratt, J. M. firpi Porter & S. bds Wm. B. Willis. 
Sprinffer, OUver, raftsman, h Third. 
Sprome, Mrs. Mary, h Second below Bouthellier. 
Stahl, Nicholas, firm Foster & S. h Bench below Warren. 
Stahl, Frederick, Main near Green, h Bench. 
Staly, Jbsiah, painter, bds Lafayette House. 
Stanley, Wm. saddler, bds D. Kugh. 
Starr, Kobert, city marshal, h Dodge bt Spring and Gear. 
Statians, F. laborer, bds Galena Hotel. 
Stauger, John, laborer, bds C. Wede. 
Stamps, daybome, fcol) bricklayer, h near Prospect. 
St. Cyr, B. 0. derk A. M. Haines, h Prospect bt w ashington 

and Green. 
Steams, William, chair maker, bds P. Drum. 
Stebbins Lyman, boarding house, cor Second and Jefierson. 
Stebler, Joseph, painter, bds J. C. Bartel. 
Steib, linehart, laborer, h Division, near Franklin. 
Stevens, L P. attorney at law. Hill, h Second. 
Stevenson, 0. L. proprietor War Eagle Mill, h Second hi 

Bouthellier and Decatur. 
Stemler, Peter, gi'ocery store, Main, h Spring. 
Stewart, William H. carriage maker, h Franklin near Dodge. 
Steward, Daniel, carriage maker, bds S. Menzimer. 
StiUmw, N- commission merchant, Levee, h cor Second and 

Decatftr. 
Stine, Jacob, laborer, bds Wm. Tell House. 
Stiefi*, John S. h Spring near Dodge. 
Stoll, Jacob, blacksmith, h head Gratiot 
Stott, Thomas, cabinet maker, h West. 
Stone, John, miner, bds John Birk. 



OALBNA CITT DIRfiCTOBY. 119 

Stone, J. 0. porter, Merrill, Oowles & Co. h High near Waeh- 

ington. 
Btoddart, G. gtmBmith, h Hi^h near Gear. 
Stonffer, Mrs. Sarah, h Bench near Spring. 
Stollenbergher, Edwa,rd, blacksmith, Ms J. Adams. 
Strife, Henry, tailor, h head Bonthellier, 
Strode, George, clerk H. F. McCloskey, bds J. Q. Oharlee. 
Strong, Eoyce, cooper, h Prospect near Spring. 
Strong, Walter, bds S. M. Fassett. 
Strong, John, carpenter, h cor Ridge and Division. 
Strott, Nicholas, stone mason, h TVest near Hill. 
STROTHER. GEORGE C. druggist. Main, bds Bradley 

House — See advp 54. 
Suckerman, George, tailor, bds P. Maxeimer. 
Suder, John, carpenter, h Washington near Dodge. 
Sullivan, Timothy, laborer, h Spring near Dodge. 
Sullivan, Timothy, laborer, bds John Moore. 
Sullivan, John, laborer, h old railroad, above Decatur 
Sullivan, Patrick, laborer, bds H. McGuire. 
Sullivan, James, laborer, bds James O'Herron. 
Sumril, Michael, h near Mississippi. 
Swan, Andrew 0. miner, h Spring near Dodge. 
Sweet, E. D. clerk Dutcher, Brigham & Co. n Second near 

Adams. 
Sweet, E. D. L. agent 0. & R. I. R. R, Levee, h High. 
Sweeney, Hugh, stone mason, h head Franklin. 
Swift, 8. W. painter, Bench, h Hill near West. 
Swivel, Henry, potter, bds A. Sacket. 
Sykes, Martin, laborer, h Second near Jackson. 
Szitwick, John, Mississippi House, Main near Diagonal. 

T. 

Tappa, Christian, cabinet maker, h Franklin. 
Tarpj^Patrick, laborer, bds M. McKown. 
Tate, Henry, (col) barber. Main, h Washington near Dodge. 
TAYLOR, SAMUEL, grocer, cor Main and Diagonal— /Sfee 

advp 40. 
Taylor, Canby, miner, bds City Hotel. 
Taylor, Ira, laborer, h Branch. 
Taylor, Augustus, laborer, h cor Branch and Gratiot. 
Taylor, Wifiiam, ropemaker, h Branch. 
TELFORD, WILLIAMS & CO, steam planing mill and sash 

factory. Branch near Meeker — See adfvp 66. 
Telford, Mrs. A. milliner, h e Water, bt Jacl&on and Monroe. 



189 OUnrA OUT DIBIOIOBT. 

Telford, AdaiQ L. fino Tn WiUiams & Co^ li Second aur 



Telford, Andrew, firm T., Williams & Co^ h Third bt Adbuaa 

and Jefferson. 
TeJford, Graot, clerk, bda Mis. Aui Telfi^nl. 

antes, ^x>cer, Main, Ii cor Hidge uid West. 

. elerk Mars & Small, bde Br^ey Hotae. 

ames, laborer, h Eoutbellier. 

liam, bar keeper G^ena Hotel. 

_,, , Jilliun, proprietor U. S. Hotel, M^. 

Thelen, B. shoemAer, h head Franklin. 

Thompeon, Charfea, lumberman, h Franklin. 

Thompson, James, blacksmith, h head Franklin. 

Thorwarth, J. shownaker, Hain, h Franklin aboye High. 

Thornton, J. M. ageid; Janeeville stages, bds Gear Houee>^ 

Thriesbhanser, Jmn, miner, h Eidge abisiFe Division. 

Tibbies, Charles S. h cor Hill and Dodge. 

Tibbies, William, pilot, bds C. S. Tibbies. 

Tippet, John, bds American House. 

Tobm, John, teamster, h head Franklin. 

Tode, William, tailor, bds 0. Bentz. 

Tomlin, Allen, miner, h Prospect bt Gear and Spnng. 

Toossaint, Anthony, tinsmith, h cor Bendi and Spring. 

Townsena, William, h Ridge above Division. 

Townsend George, tamer, h Second near Jackson. 

Townsend, P. a cltak Merrill, Cowles & Co, bds S. M. Fassett 

Traer, John F. mate on boat, h Gear near West 

TREGO & WOODRUFF, haidwate dealers, 84 Mwa— 

SeeadvpiS. 
Trego, T. WTfirm T. & Woodrofi; h Prospect near Spring- 
Tremly, James, grocer, Main, h cor Jackson and Fourth. 
Treherhanen, Nicholas, stone mason, h Spring near High. 
Trissland, Walter, waterman, h near Spn^. 
Tryan, Henry, carpenter, h Spring near !mgh. 
Trynan, Mrs. C. mantas maker, h cor Gear and Dodge. 
Tmmelhill, J. miner, bda Eagle House. 
Tumey. Mtb. Jane M. boarding honse, Bench above Green. 
Turner, G. W. carpenter, h near Gratiot 
Turner, E. W. boot keeper Bank of Gtalena, bds Bradley 

House. 
Tumbull, John, carpenter, bds William Lumley. 
Tombull, William, sexton SouUi Fwe. Churoh, h Bench. 
Tyler, (Jeorge, h Bench bt Peiry and Franklin. 



(UI.9HA CUT j>msc£om. 131 

u. 

Uhre, Ohristian, tailor, bds Joha Brendel. 

Uhrer, Andrew, tailor, h High. 

Underbill, Charles, clerk t. S. Felt & Co., bds L. S. Felt 

Urie, J. B. clerk Broadway House. 

Utosy, Juliiis, physician, h Franklin near High. 

V. 

Vahle, Henry, cabinet maker, h Division near Franklin. 
YALENTINE, JOHN, shoemaker, Main, h West near Higfc 

See advp64:. 
VanOrman, K. H. .shoemaker. Main, h Main. 
Vanderhalt, John, firm F. Zenzius & Co., Galena Gardens. 
Vanghn, Mrs. Sarah, h head Franklin. 
Vaughn, James, laborer, h Monroe near Fourth. 
Vaughn, John, laborer, h head Bouthellier. 
VehSdns, F. W. grocer, h Franklin. 
Veidt, Jacob, tailor, bds John BrendeL 
VeUnff, M. T. clerk Jas. H. Sampson, bds Lafayette House. 
VENABLE, W. W. saddle and harness maker. Main, h Hill 

near Dodge — See advp 63. 
VenEmbden, L. clerk E. Salomon, h Bench near Magazine. 
Verghurst, Henry, laborer, h Commerce near Green, 
Viegus, John, laborer, h Gratiot 
Vogel, B. baker, h Spring near High. 
Voffel, C. baker, bds B. V ogel. 
Volz, Georffe, brewer, h near Fourth. 
Volz, Joseph, carpentervbds Louisville House. 

W. 

Wadleigh, Milton, city surveyor, h cor Dodge and Meeker. 
WAGGONER, JOSEPH N- bookseller, H Main, h Bidge 

near West — See advp 34. 
Waggoner, Christopher, derk J. N. Waggoner, bds same. 
Wi^en, John, stone mason, h Gratiot. 
Wa^er, Matthew, shoemaker, bds George Ling. 
Waite, T. K. agent M. C. K. R., bds Gear House. 
Wakefield, R. carpenter, bds Andrew Telford. 
Wallace, Charles, carpenter, h Franklin. 
Walter, Henry, saddler, h near Ridge. 
Walter, Joseph, laborer, bds Louisville House. 
Walker, J. M. plow maker. Main, h Third near Jefferson. 
Wann, Daniel, collector port of Galena, cor Main and Green, 

bds Bradley House. 



122 GALENA Cnr BISB^TrOBT. 

Ward, Patrick, laborer, bds WilKam Shea. 
Ward, Brower, bar keeper Bradley House. 
Ward, Patrick, laborer, h South near High. 
Ward, Edward, carpenter, h Fourth near Decatur. 
Ward, Patrick, laborer, h Bouthellier near Fourth. 
Warner, William, carpenter, h cor Dodge and High. 
Washbume, E. B. firm Hempstead & W., h cor Third and 

Decatur. 
Waterhouse, J. trader, h Harrison near Dodge. 
Waterman, Eev. T. T. pastor Second ftes. Church, h cor 

Washington and Prospect 
Watson, William, clerk Lorrain & Co., bds Mrs. Moulton. 
Watson, William, boatman, h Water near Green. 
Weber, B. teamster, h Eidge above Division. 
Weber, John, carpenter, h Hill above Division. 
Weber, L. miner, h head Franklin. 
Weber, M. Switzerland House, Main. 
Weber, John, porter A. L. Chetlain, h Spring near High. 
Weber, Mathias, stone mason, h Franklm. 
Weber, Dominique, blacksmith, bds Charles Keble. 
Weeks, Mrs. Dorothy, h Bouthellier near Fourth. 
Weigley & Jewett, attVs at law, cor Main and Washington. 
Weigley, W. firm W. & Jewett, h High below Washington. 
Weichman, George, clerk Barber & Chandler, bds S. Barber. 
Weirich, Augustus, physician, 100 Main, h Bench near Hill. 
Weinsheruser, John, h West near Spring. 
Wells, William, laborer, h old rdilroad. 
Welding, John, shoemaker, bds Star House. 
Welden, Patrick, laborer, h Adams near Fourth. 
Welden, James, railroad contractor, h cor Third and Adams. 
Welch, Morris, laborer, bds Mrs. Callahan. 
Welch, Peter, laborer, h Second near Jackson. 
Welch, Patrick, laborer, h near Gear. 
Welch, James, saddler, bds U. S. Hotel. 
Welch, Eobert, saddler, bds TJ. S. Hotel. 
Welch, Patrick, laborer, bds Mrs. B. Hughes. 
Welch, James, laborer, bds Mrs. B. Hughes. . 
Welch, Patrick, laborer, h near South. 
Welch, William, laborer, bds M. Sumril. 
Welch, Mrs. Rachael, h Elk near Prospect. 
Welch, John, saddler, h Prospect near Spring. 
Welch, Michael, laborer, bds John Fitzgerald. 
Welch, Andrew, laborer, bds John Fit^erald. 
Welch, James, laborer, bds John Fitzgerald* 



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V 

GALENA CITY DIRBOTOBY. 123 

Welch, "William, laborer, bds Mrs. B. Hughes. 

Welch, Patrick, laborer, bds Wm. Shea. 

Welch, Henry, laborer, h West. 

Wentz, Christopher, tailor, h Ridge near Division. 

Wepkin, Joseph, laborer, h Wann. 

Werling, John, city constable, bds P. W. Maxeimer^ 

West, A. P. carpenter, bds ISfational Hotel. 

West, Henry, laoorer, h Water near Hill. 

Weston, Dennis, river, bds Eiagle House. 

Weston, Mrs. 0. h Franklin near West. 

Weston, Miss Ann, teacher, bds E. Long. 

Westwick, John, Eng. War Eagle MiU, h rear of Mill. 

Westkam, Frederick, shoemaker, h Spring near West 

Wede, Conrad, Fulton Brewery, Spnne near High. 

Wharton, Henry, pressman Gazette Office, bds fi. Bugh. 

White, L. h Secona near JeJBferson. 

White, Mrs. Sarah, h cor Spring and High. 

White, Wm. pilot, h High ot Gear and Spring. • 

Whiting, Oliver, stone mason, bds Wm. Fox. 

Whiteley, Thomas, h cor Ridge and Division. • 

Whitman, Newton, painter, h High near Meeker. 

Whitman, Godfred, laborer, h Franklin. 

Whitham, Mrs. Ann, nurse, h Gratiot. 

Whitham, Wm. firm Rice & W., h Gratiot. 

Wichman, Fred, river, h Division near Spring. 

Wichman, W. clerk Crooks, Sanford & Cfo. bos F. Wichman . 

Wichmann, Claus, carpenter, h Hill above Division. 

Wich, John, baker, bds B. Yogel. 

Wiesen, Jacob, blacksmith, bds Wm. Tell House. 

Williams, Wm. laborer, bds Eagle House. 

Williams, David, firm Telford, W . & Co., h Bench above Hill. 

Williams, Albert, plasterer, bds Wm. Fox. 

Williams, John, blacksmith, bds Gardiner Read. 

Williams, Wm. farmer, h Gratiot 

Willard, Hiram, clerk E. A. Collins, bds Mrs. Tumey. 

Willy, Xavier, musician, h Second near Jefferson. 

Willis, Wm. B. firm Snyder & W., h Bench near Franklin. 

Wilson, R. L. clerk B. O. Hodge, bds Mansion House. 

Wilson, Robert, millwright, h Second near Jefferson. 

Wilson, David, carpenter, bds R. Wilson. 

Wilson, Mrs. E. laundress, h BouthelUer. 

Wilson, John, carpenter, h Franklin. 

Wilkins, George, miner, h Gratiot. 

WHjCOX, T. M. physician, cor Main and Green — Seep 53. 



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Wiim, Wm. laborer, h Spring. 

Wing, Jackson, carpenter, boa Mrs. Bogus. 

Winall, Samuel S, printer Gazette Office, bds Edward E. 

Saunders. 
WinUeman, Henry, carpenter, bds John Coleman. 
Wiseman, John, raftsman, h Third. 
Wisch, Joseph, shoemaker, bds John Fitzgerald. 
Wiseman, Ired. bar keeper Louisville House. 
Wittenburgh, F. carpenter, h High. 
Wolf, Philn), blacksmith, h Franklin. 
Wolf, Jacob, cabinet maker, h Jackson. 

Wolsey, , plasterer, h Spring near Dodge. 

Wonderly, J. Y. clerk T. Gordon, h High near Spare. 

Wood, Jeremiah, bds E. S. Norris. 

Woods, Thomas, porter Ripley, Brown & Co., h Brown near 

Gratiot. 
Woods, Mrs. Isabella, widow John, h Franklin. 
Woodward, Nathan, teacher, h Dodge. 
Woodward, •Rev. G. W. h Second bt Bonthellier and Decatur. 
Woodward, J. F. proprietor Mansion House, Bench. 
Woodruff, J. W. firm Trego & W., h Prospect near Gear. 
Worldley, Thomas, watchman on boat, h Water. 
Worcester, Sylvester, bds American House. 
Worthington, Thomas, saddler, bds Bradley House. 
Worthington, George, saddler, bds Bradley House. 
Worthington, Daniel, saddler, bds Bradley House. 
Wright, Silas, marble cutter, bds R. L. Rosebrough. 

Wullschleger, r, tinsmith, h Franklin. 

Wurth, Charles, tobacconest, bds J. A. Presley. 
Wurtz, Christian, laborer, h Wann. 
Wurton, James, river, h Prospect near Spring. 
Wyhe, Fredrick, wagon maker, h Jackson. 
Wyneyard, John, saddler, bds XJ. Hotel. 



Yauser, John, carpenter, bds Banard Buck. 

Yauke, Wm. carpenter, bds E. Day. 

Yauke, Frederick, carpenter, bds E. Day. 

Yelland, David, grocer, cor Main and Diagonal, h Dodge 

Yokel, Peter, plasterer, h head Franklin. 

Yos, William, stone mason-'h Fourth near Adams. 

Yost, Martin, laborer, h Bluff 

Young, William, sawyer, bds North Star Hotel. 

Youngy Alexander, h Franklin near Bench. 






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Younff, William, laborer, h Dodge near Spring. 
Yon4; WiUiam', raftem^B, bds %le HoL. 
Yonnff, Alfired, (col) barber, bdg City Hotel. 
Young, William, h High near Spring, 
Ytii^ns, Adolph, carpenter, h Bench near Franklin. 
Ynngee, Stephen, flatboatman, h Fourth. 

Zachariah, Henry, butcher, bds Eagle House. 
Zellers, Henry, cabinet maker, bds Illinois House. 
Zenziufl, F. & Co. Galena Gardens, head Franklin. 
Zenzius, F. firm F. Z. & Co., Galena Gardens. 
Zoeller, Louis, h Franklin below Dodge. 
Zoeller, Mathias, miner, h near Franldin. 
2k)eller, Jacob, stone mason, bds C. Baush. 
Zoeller, Miss £. mantau maker, bds F. £. Berguian. 
Zwickey, Frederick, butcher, bds J. Koehler, Jr. 



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Galena and Ghi^go Union B. £. 

liT 111 in in 111 uii ion tEMi MTRi 

One Passenger Train daily, Sundays excepted, will leave 
the Depot, on Wells street, Chicago, at 9.30 A. M. for War- 
ren, Jo Daviess County, by which connections are made, by 
Stage, with Gtilena and Dubuque. 

One Passenger Train daily, Sundays excepted, will leave 
for Rockford at 3.20 P. M. 

Passengers for Milwaukee, Beloit and Janesville will leave 
Chicago by each of the above Trains, at 9.30 A. M. and 3.20 
P. M. Passengers for Dixon and Iowa Central Eoute leave 
Chicago at 3.20 P. M. 

TRAINS EASTWARD. 
Leave Warren 12.30 P. M.; arrive at Chicago at 7.46 P. M. 
Leave Rockford 7.10 A. M.; arrive at Chicago at 11.25 A. M. 

Passengers from Milwaukee, Beloit ana Janesville will 
leave Beloit at 6.28 A. M. and 3 P. M., connect at Belvidere 
with both Trains eastward, and arrive at Chicago at 11.26 
A. M. and 7.46 P. M. 

Connection made East and West with the Great Central 

Lines to New York and Boston. 

J. B. TURNEB, Sup't. 

Chicago & Rock Island R B. 

TICKET OFFICE, No. 38 LEVEE. 

This railroad affords, in connection with the Mississippi, 
the only contwAuyas route ly stecmi to the AtlanMo^ from tae 
Northwest. 

Through Tickets to Chicago. 

Tickets may also be had at this office over the Michigan 
Southern and Korthem Indiana Bailroads, New York and 
Erie, New York Central, Chicago and Mississippi, and aD 
Boads connecting East or branching South. Full and cor- 
rectmaps of the routes may be seen at this office. 

13^ Fifteen days time allowed on all tickets sold from 
East of Chicago. K D. L. SWEET, Agent, Galena. 



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JVew Running Ihne^ and ArrcmgeTrventa of Oreat Irry^ortance 

to the Trmemig PMic. 

On ajid after Monday, April lOfli, nntil further notice, Ex- 
press Passenger Trains will run as follows : 

GOING SOUTH— Leave Michigan City at 8.10 o'clock, 
A. M., Lafayette at 12.45 and arrive at Green Castle at 4.30 
p. M. ^ 

GOING- NOETH— Leave Green Castle at 9 o'clock A. M. 
Lafeyette at 3.20 P. M., and arrive at M. City at 7.30 P. M. 
OBSERVE THE CONNECnom 

fhe CninleaTing Michigan City at 8.10 A<M.)Oonneoto direoCly with a Rpedal train from 
C9iieago upon the M. C. B. B« frunning in connection with trains upon this Road,) which 
leases Chicago at 6 A. M.; alio with the night Express Trains from Detroit, running in con- 
nection with the Canada SaUway. At Lafkyette the ccmnection is direct With the Express 
Train upon the lA&yette and Indianapolis B. B., which arrives in Indianapolis in season to 
connect with Trains for Cincinnati, arriring there about lO P. M., making the time between 
CINCINNATI AND OUICAOO ONLY SIXTEEN HOUBS. 

At Green Castle the connection is with Trains upon the Terre Haute and Bichmond B. B. 
Ibr Terre Haute and Indianapolis. The Trains leaving Green Castle at 9 o'clock A. M. con- 
nects direct with morning Trains from Indianapolis and Terre Haute. 

At Lafiiyette with Express Train on Lafkyette and Indianapolis B. B., bringing passengers, 
leafing Cincinnati, Madison, LouiaviHe and N. Albany, in the morning Trains, arriving at 
Michigan <Sty at 7.30 connecting with a special Train on the M. C. B. B. for Chicago, arriving 
there at 9,30 P. M. same day of leaving the different Points on Uie Ohio Biver, making the time 
from Cincinnati, Madison, Louisville, or New Albany to Chicago only 16 hours. 

Also connecting with the night Express on M. C. B. B. for Detroit, Niagara FaOs, Bu£BUo, 
Albany, New York and Boston, forming \Xi» mnckttty cheapest, and every way the best roarte, 
for eastern Cities, from Terre Haute, Green Castle, La&yette, and other places in the Wabash 
Valley. 

Ho Passenger Cars on Freight Trains, with this exception-'-The Freight Train leaving 
OrawfordaviUe at 5 A. M. will have accomodiitlonB for Passengers as fkr as Lafayette only. 

An Accommodation Train will leave Lafkyette daily (Sundays excepted,) at 7.30 A. M. for 
Gf«en Castle, arriving there at 12.50 P. M. connecting with P. M. Tndns on Terre Haute and 
Bichmond Bailroad, for Indianapolis and Terre Haute returning leave Green Castle at 3.45 
P. M. after arrival of Train from Terre Haute and Indianapolis, and arrive at Lafkyette at 9 
P> M. 

Passengers taking the Cars at Stations where Tfcketi are sold, will be charged extra, if not 
provided wifii Tickets. 
Freight Trains each way daily, and freight forwarded with promptness and dispatch. 

O. ENOWIiTON, Sup't. 




MICHIGAK CENTRAL RAIL ROAD. 

Great Western Canada Baikoad Open ? 

Formmg^ wUh other Imes^ the Shortest^ Quickest and Safest 

Route to Chicago^ Boston amd New York. 

On and after Monday^ 30th Jaauiuj, Passenger Trains wiU run daily, (except on Satwday 
Arming and Sunday momiag^) f^tnn Chicago as follows : 

Leave Chicago at 6K A. M. and 8 P. M. The 8 P. M. Train coimecta next moraiog at D«' 
tfvftt with Tndtt for the East, over the Gnat Western Bailroad. 

Morning Trahi from Chicago connects at Michigan City with Trains on Che New Albaay 
an^gilam Bailroad for Lufliyelte and diKiiifiati^ 



mane 

and evening) between Uhipago find Bt lionia. 'I'rainB run di- 
rect to Alton withont change of care, and connect with the 
Company's Steamers, direct to St. Loois without landing. 

Tun* from Chicf^:o to St. Louis about 14 Houtb. 

Close connections made at Chicago with Galena & Chicago 
tJ. E. E. — at Joliet with Chicago and Bock Island R E. — 
and at Bloomington with 111. Central E. E., making a direct 
railroad route from the Upper MissiBBippi to St. Lonis, by 
whichpassengerB may avoid the 

VCT attom and Tadloiu delayB of Xaw W»t«r HavigaUoa. 

F^°For further particulars the public are referred to the 
various EaiLroad Offices at Qalena, St. Paul and Bock Island, 
handbills at Hotels, &c. E. KEATING, Snp't. 

E. P. HoLLisTEE, Traveling Agent, 

Pennsylvania Railroad 



INCLINED PLANES AVOIDED. 

Tvo Daily lines firam Pittsbnigh to Fhiladdphia. 

Kmmhw Ihronsli bT EipHB Tnln, 1«<lD* Plttaburffa itl.WP. ll.~-fa IK hoim. Aaitj 
UaniiiigU4nTnln, iHTinKFiCUburgta UI A.M.-tiiTaii|chln IT-Mhoan. 

And connecting with the trains from SL Lonia, MisBonrij 
Alton, Galena and Chicago, Illinois; Frankfort, IjeiingWn 
and Ix>tusville, Kentucky; Terre Hante, Madison, I«y&ette 
Indianapolis, Indiana; Cincinnati, Dayton, Springfield, Belle- 
fontaine, Sandusky, Toledo, Cleveland, Columbus, Zanesvillej 
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