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Gazetteer AND D irectory 

CLINTON COUNTY, IOWA. 



CONTAINING A HISTORY OF THE COUNTY , AND OF THE CITIES OF CLINTON 

AND LYONS; A CO^LMKIMJI AL UEVIEW ; A liCSI NJvSS DIiUCCTOUY 

OF CLINTON; A IIUSINESS DIUECTOKY OF LYONS CITY. 

A CO.^rPLETE ALPlIAIfETICAL 

DIRPXTORY OF FARMEliS AND LAND OWNERS 

OF THE COUNTY. 



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Uecord of City and County Officers, Schools, Churches, Benevolent and Literary Societies. 

Also including a Street. Directory of Clinton and Lyons, to which id added 

Historical and Uescri/itive Sketches of the various Towns and 

Viltayes in thu County. 

COMriLED AND PUBLISHED BY F. E. OwEN. 



LYONS, IOWA: 
J. C. IIoriviNs, Printer, Advertiser Office..-. 

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, —Gazetteer and directory of Ollnton 

county, Iowa, containing a history of the 
county, and of the cities of Clinton and 
Lvons^ a commercial review; a business 
directory of Clinton, a business direc- 
tory of Lyons City; a ... directory of 
farmers and land ovmers of the county 

record of city and county officers, 
schools, churches, benevolent and literary 
societies. Also including a street direc- 



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ADVERTISEMKNTS. 



VAM BOB.AM HOUS 

S. VAIT DOKiLlT, Proprietor. 

CORNER OF MAIN AND EIGHT STREETS, 

LYONS, - - lO^V^A., 



THE lUlINCIPAL UOTEI^ IN THE CITY. 
C;oo{l stabling' AtlacJied. 

NBTILT^T MOM WOEKS, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 



And Mill Supplies of all Kinds. 

,«TE>OI BOAT & MUA. KEP AIRING PROMPTLY DONE. 

i^Sbafting, Hangers and Pulleys a Specialty. 
Cor. .lOti) w3 Washington Sts., Diiit>ii<iiie, Xo>r». 



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PREFACE. 



In presenting til is, our first Directory of Clinton Comity, we claim for 
itUie following: First, That the Farmers' Directory is as complete and 
reliable as personal canvass and careful search can make it. Secondly, 
The Directories of Clinton and Lyons contain the exact business and res- 
ident address of all mercantile and professional persons as furnished by 
themselves. Thirdly, The Classified Directory gives all the business men 
in the entire county, imder proper headings. 

The printing has been done by Mr. J. C. Hopkins, of Lyons, and fur- 
nishes a good exhibit of the tyi)ographical skill which luis been attained 
in our city. 

Our most cordial thanks are extended to tiie merchants of Clinion, 
Lyons, and the county generally, for the liberal patronage bestowed on 
the work. 

F. K. OWEN, 



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GENERAL INDEX. 



Alphabetical Dtkectory of Clinton City 152 to 178 

Alphauktical DiKKCTOiiY of J^yous City 197 to till 

Classifikd Business Diuectouy of the County 212 to 2.50 

Clinton City— ilistorical 8ketcli 129 

Topography, roi)ulation, ]31 

Conuaercial Advantafjes i;!2 

Miscelhuieous Directory i;-iy 

Clinton County— History, .Statistics, ropulation,. .'. 9 to 13 

Clinton Stkkkt Dikectoky 142 and 143 

Calamus Dikectoky 2(J0 

Ciimanciie Dikectoky 2,53 

ClIAKLOTTE DiKECTOMY 2t)2 

Delmak Dikectoky ,',',,[ 2oG 

De Witt Directory 250 to 2-34 

Elwood Dikec'J'oky 2(>3 

Elvira Dikectoky *.. 2()4: 

(tR AND JSIOUND Dl rectory '. 2()1 

Lost Nation Directory '. 2()2 

Low Mooji DiREcri'OKY .'.,. ^r)!) 

Toronto and other Towns ,'..*..". 2(54 

Wheatland Di kectory 255 to 25(} 

Lyons City Dikectoky 188 

History, Progress, Population liiO 

Lyons City— Miscelhuieous Department, Scjcieties, &c 181 to 1«S 

liYONS City S'jkeet Dikectoky 185 

Editorial Heview of Clinton 144 to 152 

Editorial Keview of Lyons City 102 to 195 

Parmers' Dikectoky 15 to 120 

Eerlin Township 15 to JO 

Bloonifield Township 19 to 25 

]}rookfiekl Township 25 to 30 

Center Townsliii) 30 to 3(j 

Clinton Townshi]) 3G to 38 

Camanche Townshij) 39 to 43 

Deep Creek Township 43 to 47 

De Witt Township 47 to 57 

Eden Township 57 to 01 

Elk liiver Township 61 to (iH 

Uampshire Township (i8 to 73 

Liberty Township 79 to 84 

Lincoln Township 73 to 75 

J^yons Township 75 to 79 

Olive Township 84 to 90 

Oranjre Townsliip 90 to 95 

Sharon Township 95 to 101 

Spring Rock Township 101 to 107 

Washington Township 107 to 112 

Waterford Township 1 12 to 1 17 

Welton Township 117 to 12U 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Anguish & Ruinery, frrocerp 3 

Aiikeiiy, A L, btiotb and blious VZ2 

Aniiiii^'toE & lliiyck, ci''iiis, upp loi 

Balcli, U S, bdut.s and .-lioes ISO 

UathiT, J. K. &A., ui)p 248 

BaiidLT, Geo U. real estate, opp •^■2.") 

Ddlliiu ii PhilHpfion, paiiitLTu, opii 88 

Jlowern, H i\ real estale 1:!8 

Boynton. A K. ladius' euocis . opp 104 

Braash, J, hardware and stoves 

Bratt, K M, aj^'ri implciiiciils 12t) 

Brown, C. \V. haruess, oi)p 24'J 

Caill.;,Win, bukur Vl7 

lialdwcll, T O, baker, opp OU 

Clarke, pliotoi;raplier T2 

Clintou Uoilur Works li.") 

Clinton Commercial College, opj) 'iVii 

Clinton Herald, ojjp ~4l 

Clinion Lumber Company 125 

Clinton National liank 1~1 

Clinton Savings Bank I'M 

Collman , K, brick uuuil'r, opp 'J7 

Comslock it Wood, geii'l nidse 

Crams' Fluid Liglitiiini? 18s 

Craig, K, boots and f hoc* l-M 

Crane, W K, livery, opi) lU! 

Crosby, Joseph li, frull merchant 6 

Curtis BroB it Co, front cover. 

Curtis, Mrs C L, millinery, opp PS 

Daly, Mrs Frank, mi linery 8 

Damon Bros, gen mdsc , opp 282 

Button, Jerome, real estate 2.'i4 

Kagle Bidler Works, opp 130 

Kdwardh*, .1, dentist, t)pp Ida 

Edwards, M b, mnlr 2r)4 

Fegan, J 1^ I'eal estate *li7 

Kerguson, VV F, pliotogiapher liH 

Filield. F (', stoves '-:J-J 

First National Hank 1'-' 

Flournoy, J no J, I'lty at law. opp l<iS 

Frlcky, Chas, gen milse. opp H'i 

Gage, J 1' & Son. grocers, opp »•*;( 

Gillette, Ed P. naidware 'i 

(.ileed, Ambrose, brewer. Dubuque T 

Oolihnan, John, gen maiiii 24ii 

Green, Dode, iiulnler 'I'i 

llass, ,T , harness 72 

Hart, II P. grain incr'l. opp 112 

Harvey, Mrs K J li'l 

llawofth. Mrs H, millincrv, opp 113 

Hogeboom, M, spring bed nmfr, opp — li'il 

]lover,J H, livery ^12 

Janssen, t)arl , ngri implements, opp. . . 1 13 

Janssen &, Strnve, furniture. I'pp 22o 

Johnson, Andes J, boots and shoes.... ]~T 

Jones, T M. restaurant, opp ~24 

Kester. A M, I'urniture , .' !'>>) 

Kendall, George, plumber, opp 'JJO 

Klingenstein, L, lurniturc, opp 23S 

Knowlton & McCorkcndalc, livery !212 

Konkle, E H, contractor ." Hi,") 

Kreim, Henry, hardware, opp Ih'i 

Krute, Peter, hotel keeiier, opp IbO 

Laml), C & Sons, fiont cover. 

liaiigford. E O, gen mdse. opp b'5 

Leake & Eyre, meal market 82 

Lee, Francis, druggist, opp 2r.i 

l.efflngwcll, A J, atty at law, ()])p 188 

l-lebler, J W. grocer and lumber dealer )iWi 

MndsaT,0 K, sewing machines 24S 

Louijini. M, clulhing, opp Wo 



Lund, II I, cairiage manuracturer 25fl 

Lyssand it Pearson, gen nidee, opp 'iSt 

McAtVee, L)r, Davenport, opp ati.'i 

Mc.\rthur. l)r J A, opp \)1 

McCiarlhy, M W &■ Co, hardware' opp... 282 

McOluer J L, stoves iVi 

McDowell, C B, carriage nmiUr, opp. .. 8'J 

Mctiuire, Jno F, real estate 188 

Mcllu-li, Dennis, blacksmitn. opp 88 

McKiuley ,t Mutchler, livery, opp .. 13T 

Magill, ts (i, coal 3 

Meadows, A L, Calsomincr B6 

Moe^lr,ingel•, Jolin, lb under, opp 160 

Montague, Geo. tailor, oi)p 233 

Noithwestern Medical luslitute 2(56 

Novuliy Iron Works 'J 

Nut ley, I', boots and slioes ITU 

Olney \ McMalion, back cover and 122 

O'Ne'il. Jolm, coal, ojip Hi' 

I'acilic House, opp 06 

Patterson , John, dentist, opp 101 

Patton, 11 D ir, liarness, opp 'liVi 

Pearson, t; W, baker, op|) 1U5 

Peck it Flanagan, blacksmith? 191 

Pierson iV; llaradon. idaning mill 128 

Pier.--on it Kinney, dry goods 128 

Pippiiiir, Chiis, mi.Mt maiket, opp 138 

Polls, Joliii 11. leweler 180 

Pullord. CD cigars, oil)) 162 

Itaimheld, Mr & Mis, ijhotographers- . . 56 

Pavniond, C S, waiciies, opj) 153 

liei'd, J 11, pliotographer 7 

Uicliards, P II., blacksmith, opp 2,50 

Hies it ttoilskesen, grocers, opp 212 

I(iver;-ide Inslilule , 190 

Kueh it Micbe'son, grocers, opp 240 

Ifowe. W F. hmnder .. 123 

KiiKble, Fred, painter &6 

Sanlee, A J. bookseller, opp 213 

Seauian Bros it Co dry goods 239 

f-eminary of Our l.ady ol'Angels .. 14 

.suhlell. Ho II I, grain, o|ip l-^^ 

skinner. Win, I'ur ileaU-r, oj'p 2i4 

Smilh, I.' C, saloon propiietor, ojip. ... 'M9 

iMiiilb it Shoecralt, coal 289 

Silencer, (ieo, liardware 32 

tSiahle b b it Co, bakers, opp fe'-' 

Siar.The, lilerary paper T 

Talbot. W Jl. hardware, ojip % 

leachout. Mrs, opp 0<5 

Thompson, iSIiss Annie, millinery 32 

'I'ieliens. H 11, cigar mnlr, opp t>8 

Tieljens. J C, mnlr cultivators &c 123 

Toll, B K, liverv 126 

ToKsoii, rlohn, brick mnfr. oi)p H9 

'I'lirreiice, 11 E, conleclior.ery !!J 

Tunle, 11 B, hur.lwiire, opp IP-J 

Upton. Charles C, wood, opp 240 

Pits. D W. stoves and tinware, ojip 224 

Van lioian llous,; ^ 

Vanduver & P.razell, opp 9] 

W idleigh, Welles it Co. lumber 124 

Walker it Moore, laundry Ti 

Wiilliker. J 11. ally ;it law loT 

We list el's IJiclionaiy ''1** 

We!)ster,NM. furnilure, opp ll'*' 

Wendelborn it Johnson, market, ojip.. 118 

Wliileboiise it Allien, dry goods 15-2 

Winterpteen, 15 F, grocer 17» 

Wohlenberg, John ..t Co, llour mill, opp Mii 



ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS. 

iJock, Henry, Choice fauiil}/ groceries, pioviaioiis cS:c., Fouith st, n e 

cor Ninth ;iv, Clinton. 
Crosby, Joseph 15., fruit and coniniibsiou, 213 Fifth iiv, res ss Sixth 

av bet Fourth and Fifth st Clinton. 
Frahm, HeIll•y,^viue and beer saloon, Second st, cor Ehn, Clinton. 
Knowlton & ]>Ic-€(»rken(lale, livery, Sixth av, w First st, Clinton. 
Smith, John, rt^staurant and dininj^ hall, Davis blk Second st, CliJiton. 
Iowa Volks Zeitnn^-, removed to Toll blk, Clinton. 
Ponder, James F., agt Howe sewing machine, V. O. blk, Clinton. 



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And General Merchandise. 

HIGHEST PRICES PAIS) VOll IJUTTl]!?; AND KGGS. 

Lost IS^ation, 1 OAva. 



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CUTLERY, ETC. 

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ADVKIlTISE.irKXTS. 



FASHIONABLE 

MILLINERY I MILLINERY GOODS. 

The Most Elegant Assortment in Lyons or Clinton. 
N-Ii;"W STYLES 

Ladies' Fashionable Purnishing Goods. 

Call and Examine. 

Ko, 78 Main St., Lyons, Iowa. 



FLOUR AND GENERAL COMMISSION 

Hospeotfiilly Solicits! Consiffuwieiits from 
Country Dojilers. 

JJ©"-! make a specialty of retailing Fresh Butter and 
Country Produce in quantities to suit Purchasers. 

STORE ROOM AND OFFICE: 

Basement of 212 Fifth Av., Clinton, Iowa. 



CLINTON COUNTY. 



SITUATION, CLIMATE, SOIL, RESOURCES, HISTORY ,AREA 

AND POPULATION, TRANSPORTATION, 

STATISTICS, ETC. 



luJLINTON COUNTY is situated in the great eastern bend of the 
|l^ Mississippi river (called ''Cromwell's nose") which places it 
many miles nearer Chicago than any other county in the State. 
It is bounded on the north by Jackson County, on the east by the 
Mississippi river on the south by the Wapsipinicon, and on the west by 
Jones and Cedar Counties. 

The location of Clinton County is most fortunate, being in the great bend 
in the nearest approach to Chicago, it has become the great central gate 
to the interior of the state, and the early starting point of the first rail- 
road starting out with the intention of running across the state to Omaha, 
Nebraska. In consequence of its location, it has become the great point 
of transfer of freight and passengers from tlie river to Chicago and the 
west, and vice versa. 

Its location places it in a climate most healthy and desirable ; it be- 
ing just in the latitude where the heat of summer is modilied by cool 
breezes from the north, and yet far enough south to escape the rigor of the 
extreme northern winter. Clinton is emphatically a prairie county, with 
a surface gently undulatiiig and rolling, which in the main is dry and well 
drained, with very little land not susce])tible of easy and successful cul- 
tivation. The soil is generally a deep, dark, rich mould, that holds in 
solution the accumulated fertility of centuries, and when turned up to 
the sunlight, sends forth its life-giving properties, and produces vegeta- 
tion rarely eipialled. 

All the grains, fruits, grasses and roots of the temperate zone, grow 
luxuriantly, and of tine quality. 
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10 CLINTON COUNTY GAZETTKKK." 

EARLY HISTORY. 

In tliis Ceutennicil year of our nation, wilh its srand celebrations by 
over forty mil ions of people, in forty states and territories, it seems prop- 
er in the introduction to the 

CENTKNNIAL OAZiSTTKER AND DIUECTOllY OF CLINTON COUNTY, 

to give the early history of the county briefly, that we nuiy devote more 
spa(^ to the present, and record the events of to-day, ere they become 
lost in the half forgotten past. 

From the most reliable information, it seems that James D. Bourne 
was the lirst white settler in the county. He settled on the Wapspinicon 
at a trading post of the American Fur Company, in September, 1836, and 
remained there in the employ of the Company for some time, afterwards 
becoming a permanent resident of Clinton County. 

This was long before Iowa had even a territorial existence, inasmuch 
as the land now com))osing the state had not yet been separated from 
AVisconsin Territory, which at one time enclosed all the laud north of 
the Illinois and Missouri rivers in its borders.' 

All this time, all the land between the Mississippi and the Missouri 
rivers, was a vast, open country, with scarcely a knowledge of civilization. 
Here the Indian hunted his noble game in peace, his only cause of war or 
unfriendliness being his own kindred. It is said by many who were hero 
that no more peaceful people existed than the nations of this region, until 
the encroachment of the traders, and other adventurers, made it neces- 
sary for them to defend their homes and the lands of their nativity ; which 
contained all that was dear to them, from the grasp of rapacious and out- 
lawed white men— men who had been driven from the pale of civilization 
for crimes, and who found their only safety in self banishment. 

Coming among the Indians as they did, and do now, representing them- 
selves to be the agents of the government and emigrating colonies, and 
exchanging whiskey, arms, and other articles to them at fabulous sums, 
for tlie furs and skins at ruinous prices. 

Elijah Buell settled at Lyons in the fall of 1836, and was the first white 
man to settle in this part of the country. Mr. Buell afterwards purchasedr 
in company with other gentlemen, the land which is now the site of the 
present city of Lyons. 

At the time of Mr. Buell's advent to this country, but few steainboats 
had vexed the waters of the Upper Mississippi, and the stream which has 
become the channel for the transportation of millions of feet of lumber 
and logs during each season, was previous to that time unfamiliar with 
navigation, other than the unwieldy " dug out" of the natives. 



CLINTON COUNTY GAZETTEER. 11 

During the winter or early spring of 1837, Abraham Folks settled at 
the place now known as Folks' Grove, as also did O. G. ICarrisou at 
Eound Grove. This seemed to be a starting point or nucleus, around 
which soon gathered others who were seeking homes in a new country, 
Jind each of the above places became noted abroad. 

During the next year those who sought homes in this county, were 
D. C. Bourne, \V. D. Follett, Daniel Smith, Eli Goddard, the Aikman's, 
II. S. Coy, G. W. Hamlin, S. ,S. fierce, A. Dennis, J. Jiooth, J. C. IFol- 
brook, JiOrenzo Wheeler, C. Harrison, John Jiiggs, Martin Dunning, Ar- 
thur Smith, C. Bovard, (}. VV. Aims, the P^yan's, and many others. Many 
of these brought with them families, and may be classed among the early 
pioneers of Iowa. Some of them still reside in tlie county, and are res- 
pected and revered by the generation which has come upon the stage of 
activity since. Many of them are now in the care of grandchildren, who 
kindly sui)port tlie tottering steps of these aged lives and who have im- 
bibed the energies and enierpri/e of tlniir predixessors, and are still rol- 
ling forward tlie ball of progress in this the land of their adoption. 

J. 1). Bourne was the first postmaster of (Jlinton County, and his of 
flee was situated at the old trading post of the American Fur Comi)any, 
on the Wapsipinicon, and was called Mum-oe. For some reason or other 
the name was changed to Waubiisepinicon, tiie name the river originally 
went by. Mr. B. was appointed in the winter of 183()-87. An early writ- 
er, in speaking of this mail route, says: "The mail was carried from 
Davenport to Dubuque on a pony, by way of the old Indian trail coimec- 
ting these two points. The ferry on the Wapsie consisted of two canoes, 
Newfoundland and pointer dogs. The dogs passing the mail bags over the 
ice in times of thin or rotten ice, when the ponies could not be crossed. " 
We cannot refrain from copying the following incident which happened 
at the old trading post. " Judge Ingalls, of St. Louis, while on his way 
to Dubuque, wished to cross the Wapsie. The canoes being out of repair 
and the dogs being unable to ferry him over, he concluded to swim the 
stream. He divested himself of all his clothes (except his drawers), and 
tied them on his saddle. The horse swam safely over, but when the 
judge made the attempt, he became entangled in his drawers and went 
down. It happened that an Indian was one of the spectators who stood 
upon the bank, and being asked to jump in and save him, he ran quite 
confusedly up and down the bank, till they supposed the judge had 
drowned, and then jumping in brought him to shore, where, after some 
exertion, he was restored. The Indian on being asked why he did not 
go in sooner, replied ' when white man alive he drown Indian, when deac^ 
he bring him out easy. ' 



12 CLINTON COUNTY GAZETTEER. 

Clinton County was organized by the Territorial Legislature during 
its session of 1839-40, sometime before the admission of Iowa as a state, 
J. D. Bourne, before mentioned, was appointed to the oflice of sheriff l.>y 
Gov. Dodge. The newly appointed sheriff called an election of officers, 
which took place March, 1840. The Board of Connnissioners elected for 
the purpose, selected De Witt, or that location, (there was no town there 
then), for the seat of justice, though the District Court was held subse- 
quent to that time at Camanche. Martin Dunning ofliciated as clerk, and 
had considerable inlluence in bringing the court to liis town. Great ex- 
ertions were made by Mr. D., and other influential citizens of Camanche, 
to continue the District Court at that town, but were defeated in their 
project by a majority of the voters of the county. We find on examina- 
tion of the early history, that " lion. W. E. Leflingwell Was the first law- 
yer who made a permanent settlement in the county. lie brought a let- 
ter of introduction to Sheriff Bourne, whom he found at De Witt, the 
county seat, dressed in buckskin and a slouched straw hat. He often said 
af terwarcjs that he was singularly struck with the ' native ' appearance 
of the magisterial oflicer of Clinton County. " 

AREA AND POPULATION, 
Clinton Connty has an area of seven hundred and twenty square miles, 
or 460,600 acres of land. The population of Clinton has become larger in 
a few years than the most sanguine ever anticipated. According to the 
census returns of 185G, the population of the county was 18,441, in the 
year 18G5 it had increased to 23,405, and the last census, taken in 1875, 
gives Clinton County a population of 34,295. 

STATISTICS. 

The census returns for 1875, reports that Clinton county contains 6449 
families, living in 6427 dwelling houses, also that we have 151 colored peo- 
ple ; 14,050 native bom lowans, 11,107 born in the U. S., but not in Iowa, 
and 9138 foreign boiTi . Number of voters, 5569 . 

Number of acres of improved land, 299,855 ; number of acres of im- 
improved land, 57,337. No. of acres in cultivation in 1874, 257,313 ; num- 
bers of acres of spring wheat, 68,683 ; number of bushels harvested, 1,010- 
345; number of acres of winter wheat, 12; nvmiber of bushels harvested, 428. 
Number of acres of Indian com, 89,297 ; number of bushels harvested, 
3,060,338; number of acres of Rye, 266; number of bushels harvested, 4,- 
138. Number of acres of Oats, 23,704; number of bushels harvested, 7,- 
702,059. Niunber of acres of Barley, 12,812 ; number of bushels hai-vested, 
268,738. Nunber of acres of Buckwheat, 203 ; number of bushels harves- 
ted, 3,261. 



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CLINTON COUNTY GAZKTTEKIl. 13 

Clinton coimty has 22,912 acres of natural timber ; 422 acres of planted 
timber ; 153,9015 rods of hed^-e. Nmuber of apple trees in l)earing, 62,843 ; 
bushels of apples gathered in 1874, 30,912. jS^umber of pear trees in bear- 
ing, 202; number of bushels pears gatliered, 64. Number of peach trees 
in bearing, 172; mmiber of bushels gathered, 62. Number of phun trees 
in bearing, 2,312 ; number of bushels of plums gathered, 1,079. Number 
of cherry trees in bearing, 9,831 ; number of bushels of cherries gathered, 
2,010. Number of otlier fruit trees in bearing, 0,566; nundjer of other 
friut trees not in bearing, 105,554. Number of acres of grapes in vine- 
yard, 31 ; pounds of grapes gathered, 57,428. Gallons of wine made, 1,721 ; 
number of vines of grapes not in vineyard, 19,141 ; pounds of grapes gath- 
ered, 79,301 ; gallons of wine made, 3,092. 

In the year 1874 tliere Avere 12,928 horses of all ages, 14,295 milch cows, 
31,768 other cattle, 73,096 hogs, 8,796 sheep, 4,469 dogs. 

There were 627 stands of bees, yielding 8,273 fts of lioney and beeswax. 

Total value of products of farm $3,049,019 

"■ " "■ market garden produce, 13,322 

'■'■ " " products of orchard, ■ 24,583 

'' " small fruit, 12,186 

" " products of the herd, 1,262,289 

'' " '' " " dairy, 219,182 

" " '' " " forest, 14,513 

Acres of land in Clinton county, 430,570 

lleported value per acre, $10.24 

Equalized value per acre, 10.75 

Ileported value of lands 4,408,433 

" '' town lots, 1,750,261 

Ileported value of lands and town lots, 6,158,694 

Value of personalty, 6,406,628 

" railroad property, 1,771,402 

Reported total value, 8,665,467 

State tax at two mills, 5p17,946.80 

Equalized total value, 8,973,401 

SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

From the Superintendent of Public Instruction — lieport, 1875. 

Number of district townships,. 18 

" " independent townships,. 35 

" " ungraded schools, 160 

" '■'■ graded schools, 6 

Average number of montJis taught, 7,5 

Number of teachers employed— male, 102 

female, 226 

Average compensation per month— males, $41.82 

females, 27,43 



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CLINTON COUNTY GAZKTTEEK. 



Whole number of scholars, i:{,lo3 

" " enrolled in public schools, !»,4.S8 

Total average attendance, 5.549 

There are of Libraries, 105 

Total expenditures for school puri)oses, ^U'J 1M2 

Number of private schools, 6 

" " teachers employed, 15 

Average attendance, 41G 

TRANSPORTATION. 
With the great natural highway on the east and a large number of rail- 
roads, so distributed as to leave no considerable section destitute, no 
county in the State enjoys better facilities for transportation than does 
Clinton. Of these roads the Chicago & Northwestern, which runs east 
and west, through the southern tier of townships, is probably the most 
important, while the Iowa Midland (now managed by C & N. \V.)and 
Sabula, Ackley & Dakota, pass in the same general direction through the 
northern tier. Both branches of the Davenport & 8t. Taul pass tlirough ' 
the county ; the main line through the western part, crossing the C. &. N. 
W. at Wheatland and the Maquoketa branch tlirough the Central, cross- 
ing the Midland and S. A. &D. atDelmar, and the C. &. N. W. at De- 
Witt. The Chicago, Clinton & Dubuque runs north from the city of 
Clinton up the valley of the Mississippi Iliver. 

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2^ Course of Instructio7t embraces all the branches necessary 

for the acquisition of a defined and Solid 

JSducation. 



Board and Tuition, including bedding, washing. &c., per session 

of five months $95.00 



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FARMERS' DIRECTORY. 



BERLIN TOWNSHIP. 

Angell, Samuel, section 1,3 acres, p. o. Delmar. 

Atkinson, Thomas, section 21, 119 acres, p, o. Delmar. 

Buckley, A, scQtion 10, 158 acres, p. o. Toronto. 

Barnes, Nathan, section 25, 89 acres, p. o. Calamus. 

Barnes, N., section 128, 16G acres, p. o. Calamus. 

Brown, Amo, section 27, 119 acres, p. o. Calamus. 

Baii'd, N. J., section 35, 157 acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 

Bovard, A., section 34, 79 acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 

Butterlield, D. G., section 19, 39 acres. 

Barnes, J. M., section 26, 157 acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 

Buckingham, B. II., section 2, 80 acres, p. o. Delmar. 

Burnett, section 17, ICO acres. 

Butterfield, T. F., sections 18, 19, 28, 33, 557 acres. 

Baker, P. W., section 27, 792 acres. 

Blackston, W. P., sections 25-26, 159 acres. 

Barnes, J, \V., section 36, 38 acres. 

Baker, James, section 9, 159 acres, p. o. Delmar. » 

Boedecker. W., section 6, 156 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. 

Bruhn, George, section 11, 96 acres, p. o. Welton. 

Cook, John, section 16, 158 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. 

Cornish, C. II., section 11, 48 acres, p. o. Delmar. 

Correll, A. B., section 11, 190 acres, p. o. Delmar. 

Clouds, Robert, section 21, 120 acres. 

Clymens, Josiah, section 31, 152 acres, p. o. Calamus. 

Conners. Martin, section 17, 223 acres, p. o. Toronto. 

Crashnw, A., section 36, 38 acres, p.o. Grand Mound, 

Clothing, Wholesale and Retail, A. ST A USER'S, 2d St., Clinton. 



Carstensen & Allen, Hardware, Main St., Lyons. 

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Crompton, T., sfclioii 23, 1.58ucres. 

Cuddy, Pat, section 8, 7S acres, p. c>. Dclmar. 

Correll, Jacob, section 1, 7;) acres, p. o. Dehuar. 

Corbin, A., section li9, 80 acres. 

Corbin. W., section 31, 78 acres, p. o. CalainuH. 

Corbin, 8. E., section 31, 3'J acres. 

Campbell, A. 1.., section 35, 31 i acres. 

De!ismore, John, section 21, IGO acres. 

Denoma, A., sectioji 22, iGO acres, p, o. Welton. 

Dow, G. C. vS., section 21, 80 acres, p. o. Toronto. 

Divine, Patrick, section 8, 77 acres, p. o. Lost Nation, 

Divine, Michael, section 1(5, 117 acres, p. o. J.,ost Nation. 

Doherty, Thomas, section 4, 79 acres. 

Dawson, John, section 31, 80 acres, p. o. Calannis. 

Duffy, Thomas, section 14, 295 acres. 

Edwards, Henry, section 34, 39 acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 

Everhard, John, section 33, 80 acres. 



Buy Dry Goods of P. S. TOWLE, Clinton, and save Money. 

Eden, James, section 31, 177 acres, p. o. Calamus. 

Ewaldt, J. L., section 20, 158 acres. 

Erikson, Erik, section 33, 156 acres, p. o. Calamus. 

Foillner, W.. section 25, 79 acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 

Flathers, Thomas, section 1, 154 acres, p. o. Delmar. 

Flathers, J. W., section 1, 39 acres, p. o. Delmar. 

Foltner, C.S., section 18, 119 acres. 

Fegan, J. D., section 19, 78 acres, p. o. Clinton. 

Gohlmann II., sections 11-14, 219 acres, p. o. Welton. 

Gallowa, Antouia, section 4, 15G acres, p. o. Lost Nation. 

Grundmeir, II., section 6, 154 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. 

Graves, T. J., section 8, 79 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. 

Gohlmann, J. G., section 15, 160 acres, p. o. Delmar. 

Granger, J . section 30, IGO acres. 

Goodwill, Gideon, section 32, 79 acres. 

Gest, W., section 24 79 acres. 

Gohlmann, G. M., section 13, 628 acres, p. o. Welton. 

Hide, Maria, section 33, 79 acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 



Merchant Tailoring at A. STAUBER'S, Second St, Clinton. 



Hardwars^ Carstenssn k Allen, 74 Main Street, Lyons. 



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Hide, Ilaiiiiltou, section 23, 7t) acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 

Ilicks, James, section Ki, 78 acres. 

JIamill(»n, W., section 35, 117 acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 

llatlield, Tlionias, section 28, 40 acres. 

JIuglies, liicliard, section 10, 447 acres, p. o. Delmar. 

Iluglies, Patrick, section 3, o'j acres, p. o. Delniar. 

Iluglies, Michael, sr., secli(ni 3, 135 acres. 

Ilasset, Mary, section 2, 9(5 acres, p, o. D'jlniar. 

Hoffman, M., section 12, 162 acres, p. o. Delniar. 

Hughes, Michael, section 3, 383 acres, p. o. Dehuar. 

Ileirsche, Kudolphe, section 40, 321 acres, Lost Nation. 

Jones, Thomas, section 1, 30 acres, p. o. Delmar. 

Jewell, Nancy, section 26, 39 acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 

Jones, J. W., section 9, 154 acres, p. o. J^ost Nation. 

Johnson, Thomas, section 18, 78 acres. 

Jenkins, M W 11, section 30, 77 acres, p. o. Calanms. 

Jones, J K, section 20, 40 acres, p, o. Lost Nation. 

Joergensen. S, section 5, ^>0 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. 



Buy Paints, Oils, &c., at D. B, Snyder's, Lyons, Iowa, 

Kinney, Tliomas, sections 3, 9, 10, 235 acres, p. o. Uelmar. 
Krogs, Martin, section, 15, 318 acres, p. o. Welton. 
Kniglit, Amos, section 10, 78 acres, p. o. J^ost Nation. 
Kruse. Clans, section 25, 255 acres, p. o. Grand JNIound. 
Kahler, Ei-nest, section 3)1, 274 acres, p. o. Grand J\Iound. 
Keibler, Joljn, .st'.ction 37, 79 acres, p.o. (Jrand Mound. 
Keith, Jacob, section 28, 307 acres, p. o. Grand ^lound. 
Kasseil, \V, section 1, 38 acres, p, o. Delmar. 
Leahy, Michael, section G, 235 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. 
J^ugham, J, s^iction 14, 159 acres, p. o. \\'"elton. 
Lapley, W K, section 10, 40 iicres, p. o. Lost Nation. 
Lynch, Robert, section 24, IGO acres. 
Maxwell, John S, section 22, 119 acres, p. o. l^ost Nation, 
Meves, "\V, section 8, 79 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. 
Morrow, C, section 31, 70 acres, p. o. Calamus. 
Murray, J, section 20, 119 acres. 

Clothing, Wholesale and Retail, A. STAUBER'S, 2d St, Clinton. 



Job Work^ Roofing^ kz.^ Carstensen' k Allen.^ Lyons^ la. 

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McCarthy, D, sections 33, 3i, 39-! acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 

McGarvey, A J, section 30, 80 ucres. 

Muhs, George, section 14, 79 acres. 

Miles, M D, section 33, 78 acres. 

Maxwell, B F, section 2, 77 acres, p. o. Delmar. 

Nestor, Austin, section 3, 120 acres, p. o. Delmar. 

Nelf, Devitt, sections, 31, 32, 97 acres, p. o. Calamus. 

Nowel, G It, section 25, 158 acres, p. o. CJrand jMound. 

Nevitt, II, section 34, 80 acres. 

rinter, John, sections 1, 12, 151 acres, p. o. Delmar. 

Peck, G W, section 10, 391 acres, p. o. Dehuar. 

Pearson, Ole, j^eutjoi; 27, 116 acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 

Parker, Sarah S, section 34, 39 acres. 

Porter Adison, section 36, 38 acre.s, p. o. Grand Mound. 

Quigley, E, section 36, 232 acres. 

lioden, August, section 4, 15G acres, p. o. Lost Nation. 

Putenbeck, G, section 5, 158 aci'es, p. o. Lost Nation. 

liock, W, section 23, 158 acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 



^uy Dry Goods of P. S. TOWLE, Clinton, and save Money, 

Itisiey, G 8, section 21, 100 acres. 

Kodenseii, Lydia, section 32, 80 aci'cs, p. o. Calamus. 

.Smilh, Jolui, sectiou 12, 238 acres, p. o. Welton. 

Schmidt, 1', sections 1, 12. 70 acres, p. o. Dflmar. 

Sherwood, C L, section 2, 7S acres. 

Sliiuer, Cli, sectiy)ii, 32, 79 acres. 

Schmidt, Jolni, section 5, 158 acres, p. o. I^ost Nation. 

Scpiires, J M, section G, 1180 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. 

Schacker, Henry, section 8, 79 acres, p. o. Lost Nation., 

Spauldiug, Jacob, section 32, 79 acres, j). o. Calamus. 

Schwingdorf, sections 19, 20, 120 aci-es, p. o. Toronto.. 

Stone, J A, seclion 26, 119 acres, p. o. Gwn(,l, Mo,und. 

Suoddy, M, section 2, 38 acres. 

SmltJi, Sarali, section 20, io8 aci-es, p^ o. Chand Mound., 

Sclunidt, J B & C, section 1, 38 acres, p. o. Delmar. 

Stine, Jesse, section 31, 40 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 

School) Blank k Memorandum Books^Baldwin k Co.^ Lyons* 



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FARMEKS' DIKECTOUY— llliULIN TOWNSIIU', IP 

ScWindDrf, F, section 30, 40 acres. 

Thomas, John, section 12. 78 acres, p. o.-Delmar. 

Tesky, J B, secUoii 1, 78 ticres, p. o. Dehnar. 

Torfoy, W, sections 8, 9, 158 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. 

Torpy, John, section 1?4, 158 acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 

Timm, Henry, section 19, 78 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 

Tlmm, AVilliam, section 30, 39 acres, p. o. Grand jNIound. 

Thorn, George, section 30, 77 acres. 

Twoogood, Terry, section 35, 39 acres. 

Tinnnernian, G, section 4, 77 acres. 

TUlve, John, section 1, 79 acres, p. o. Delmar. 

Witt, D P, section 27, 313 acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 

Williamson, A, section 19, 160 acres. 

Wolf, J E, sections,19, 30, 159 acres. 

Ward, ]3 B, section 11, 77 acres, p. o. Delmar. 

Whitney, Dennis, section 20, 40 acres. 

Wart, L P, section 20, 40 acres. 

Weis, August, section 32, 79 acres, p. o. Calamus. 

Wallace. S S & A M, section 17, 318 acres. 

Bue// & Boardman, Latest Style Hats & Caps, Lyons, Iowa, 
BLOOMFIELD TOWNSHIP. 

Atwater, A, section 31, 40 acres, p. o. Delmar. 

l31oom. A, sectioi\ 32, 240 acres, p. o: Delmar. 

Benjamin, Joseph, section 21, 200 acres, p. o. Delmar. 

Brown, ^/, section 4, 120 acres, ]). o. Delmar. 

Brown C G, sectioil 28, 79 acres, p. o. Delmar. 

Brown, B (est ), section 22, 76 acres. 

Bagley, Harvey, section G, GO acres, p. o. Delmar. 

Bentley, Wright, section 4, 120 acres, p. q. Delmar; 

BetzendelTer, section 10, 173 acres, p. o. Delniah 

Bailey, O, section 23, 158 ;icres, p. o. Delmar. 

Brick er, Ed, section 4, 25 acres. 

Barrick, William, section 1, KiO acres, p. o. Delmar. 

Bennis, James, jr and sr, section 31, 280 acres, p. o. Delmai. 

Watches^ Clocks, &.C., Baldwin k Melick's, Lyons, lowa^ 



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20 FAIOIERS' DUIECTOUY— BLOOri'IJOLD TOWNSHIP. 



Brewster, O, sections 21, 22, 210 iicres, p. o. Delraar. 
]Jolinger, section 2, 12, 100 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Brady, John, section 29, 80 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Brower, J II, section 16, 77 acres. 
Burgess, John, section 15, 257 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Bedler, II X N, section 1, 105 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Crouch, E, section 21, 80 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Clark, Truman, section 7, 45 acres, p. o. Dehuar. 
Clark, Jane, section 9, 80 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Clark, Francis, section 9, 10 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Colo, E G, section 14, 120 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Clark, "\V B, section 9, 117 acres, p. o. Dehnar. 
Cook, AV, section 19, IGO acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Cawle, John, section 11, 80 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Carpenter, E, .section 3, 80 acre;*. 
Charay, V (est.), 25, 30, 80 acres. 
Conery, O T, section 8, 40 acres, p. o. Dalmar. 
Conery, Emma, section 0, 40 acres, p. o. Delmar. 



P. S. Towie buys for cash and sells cheap, Clinton, Icwa. 

Costello, Mathew, section 13, 154 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Davis, Jolm, sections 34, 27, 157i acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Davis, C II, .seetioji 7, 181 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Decker, B C, section 8, 57 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Decker, John, sections 17, 20. 100 acres, p. o. Delraar. 
Doe, Walter, section 28, 317 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Dudley, A C, section 14, lai acres, p. o. Delmar. 
DePew, John, section 5, 80 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Derby, Nathaniel, section 27, 79i acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Davis, James, section 20, 120 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Esty, B C, section 14, 153 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Eddy, William, sections 7, 18, 78 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Ebersole, A, section 3, 100 acres, p. o. Delmar, 
Echard, Dan, section 10, 80 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Eddy, Shepard, section 29, 120 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Finton, Marvin, section 19, 300 acres, p. o. Delmar. 



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Fitch, Wilber, section 30, 240 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Felton, Ricliard, section 17, 80 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Foster, Thomas, section 12, 80 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Gootlenow, R T., sections 17, 18, 273 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Goodal, A, sections 25, 36, 288 acres, p. o. Delmar, 
George, Harvey, section 8, 150 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Goodenow & Fitch, section 32, 120 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Gibson, D S, sections 29, 30, 149 acres, p. o. Dolmar, 
Harrington, II A, sections 28, 29, 92 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Harrington, A B, section 33, GO acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Hurley, Levi (est.), section 27, 154 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Hurst, John, section 7, 153 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Hatfield, Nathan, sections 6, 7, 138 acres, p. o. Delmar 
Hinckley, () J, section 7, 115 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Hatfleld, Eli, sections 5, 8, 120 acres, p. o. Delmar ■ 
Hawkins, A, sections 2, 11, 1130 acres, p. o. Delmar.- 
Hill, Peter, section 4, 80 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Harrington, II. A., section 33, 04 acres, p. o. Delmar. 



"Boss" on Trunks, <&c., at Buell & Boardman's, Lyons, Iowa, 

Harrhigton, L. F., sections 16, 20, 21, 160 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Harrington, D. J., section 34, 80 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Hauffman, Sam, sections 33, 34, 137 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Ilayloek, (ieorge, section 12, 80 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Hanrahan, Martin, section 25, 120 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Holmes, W. II., section 17, 154 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Ilellfrict, r. r., section 20, 80 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Hosier, John B., section 11, 80 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Helfrict, Charles, section 20, 40 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Haney, WiUiam , sections 28, 33, 107 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Hall, B. F., section 15, 2U acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Jenkins, J. O., section 32, 40 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Jenkins, Frank, section 32, 40 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Kehn, Adam, section 10, 158 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Koon, W. B., section 13, 103 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Kelley, Lovina, section 24, 160 acres, p. o. Delmar. 



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Koon, George, section 9, 75 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Ivirkpatrick, II J., section 24, 200 acres, p. o. Dehuar. 
Klotz, Alary, sections, 3, 10, 120 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Koon, E. J., section 12, 80 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Koon. W. D., sections 5, !?', 114 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Kneen, Thomas, section 11, 160 acres, p. o. Delmar, 
kenraid James, section 3, 44 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
keyor, James, section 35, IGO acres, pi o. Delmar. 
Koon, Dan, sections 21, 28, 80 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Kenraid, John, section 3, 76 acres, p. o. Dehnar. 
Leeper, Jas M., section 32, 80 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Leach, L. A., section 15, 80 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Morse, A. & G., sections 4, 5, 8, 160 acres, p. o. J)elmar. 
McClay, Welsh, (est.) section 111, 50 aci'es, p. o. Delmar. 
McClay, William, section 12, 120 acres, p. o. Delmar, 
Mason, M. A., section 27, 37 acres, p, o. Delmar. 
Mm'phy, Seby, section 29, 40 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Maltas, Thomas, section 32, 40 acres, ]). o. Delmar. 

Best Line of Dress Goods at P. S. Towle's, Clinton, Iowa. 

McC'oy, Anthony, sections 22, 27, Kii) aclVR' ii. o. Delmar. 
McGinn, sections o4, 85, 514 acres, p. o. Delmnr. 
JSIUllet, Myron, sections 33, 34, 13(5 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
JSIf>on, AV., sections '21, 28, 120 acres, ji. o. Delmar. 
MeCJonegal, E., sections 11, 14, 2.-)2 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
McCue, Wilson, section 28,40 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Means, James, ftl'elloii 20, 101 acres, \). o. Delmar. 
Magee, Adam, section 10, 42 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Names, DeWitt, sections 32, 33, 200 acres, p; o. Delmarj 
Names, Betsey, section 33, 37 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Northiip, E. II., sections 5. (i, 159 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Norton, 8. 8., sections 11, 15, 52J acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Nairn, Alex, section 29, 211 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Ogden, J. J., section 18, 120 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Ogden, 13. F., sections 18 30, 2G5 acres, p. o. Delmai'. 
O'Meara, Thos., section 25, 151 acres, p. o. Delmar. 



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O'Meani, James, sections 25, 3G, IGO acres, p. o. Delmui'. 
O'Meara, John, sections 25, 26, l!J8 acres, p. o. IJelniar. 
O'Meara, AVilliani, section 24, 120 acres, p. o. Delnuir. 
O'Grady, II and W., sections 22, 23, 210 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Oake, W. R., section 12, 13 acres, p o. Delmar. 
Parkinson, Jolin, section 8, i)2 acres, p. o. JJelmar. 
Phillips, "Wm., section 20, 400 acres, \>,. o. Behnar. 
Phelps, ]>enj., section 2, 159 acres, p. o Delmar. 
Penrose, Joseph, section 21. 40 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Pierce, L., section jU, luO acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Parker, E. IJ., sections 15, IG, 213 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Payne, David, section 30, 40 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Penrose, iS., sections 4, 5, 175 acres, p. o. l^elmar. ■»•' 
Palmer, John, section 34, 79 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Parkinson, O. M., section 21, 80 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Phelp, Martilo, section 0, 40 ycres, p. o. Dlcmar. 
Phillii>, Ovid, section |5, 4 acres, p. o Iwlmar. 
Quigley, John, section 25, 37 acres, p. o. Delmar. 



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Quinlin. \\'ni., section 23, IGO acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Reynolds, J. U., 5 iuid 0, H7 acrus, p. o. Dclm:ir. 
Reynolds, T. , sections 5, (), bO acres, p. o. l)elm;ir. 
Reynolds, R. S., sections 5, (i, 154 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Rehn, A., section Ivl.Oaces, p. o. Delm,u. 
Rupel, L., section 2, 80acri'S, p. o. Dehnar. 
Riggs, Alma, section (5, 50 acres, p. o. Dennar. 
Riggs, John R., section 0, 5(i acres, ]>. o. Delmar. 
Riggs, Chas., section 0, !)4 acres, p. o. Dehuar. 
Riggs, Nelson section 2, 80 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Rhodes, N. J., sections 10, 15, 74 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Renegan, John, section 13, 80 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Reynolds, Bernard, sections 25, 20, 120 aoros, p. o. Delmar. 
Richardson, I). ^V., section '.\S, 04 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Rick, B. C, section 16, 2 acres, p. o. Dehnar. 
I Rathbone, B., section, 10, 3 acres, p. o. Delmar. 



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Eichiirdson, JJavid, section !20, 5iJ.V acix'y, p. o. Delinar. 
Sleeper, C, M., section 7, 56 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Singleton, S., sections 30, 31, 159 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Scott, Perry, section 33,65 acres, p. o. Delinar. 
Stafford, William, section 2, 80 acres, p. o. Deltnar. 
Sadler, Robt., sections 16, 17 3nd 20, ISO acres, p. o. Dehaar. 
Sems, J. M., sections 1, 2, 120 acres, p. o. Delinar. 
Sems, G. W., (est,) section 1, 115 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Smith, J, section H, 80 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Sparks, E. P., section 9, 105 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Sackrider, Dan. , section IG, 76 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Stine, Philip, section 3. 80 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Spencer, B., section 10. 159 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Siddle, John, se<^i.ion 16, 77 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Shinkle", L. M., ejection 12, 80 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Spain, David, section 3(), o(>0 acres, i). o. Delmar. 
Sholenberger, J., sections 1, 17, 274 acres, p. o. Delmar. 
Snider, Joseph, sections 21, 82, 120 acres, p. o. Delmar. 



P. S. Towie sells CI oaks j Furs, and Ladies' Suits j Clinton. 

Stntting, John, sections 19, 20, 29, ;;0, ii55 acres, p. o. Delmar. 

Thayer, Setli, section 19, 80 acres, p. o. Delmar. 

Tubbs, George, section 18, 120a(;re,s. p. o. Dcliu.i.r. 

Taylor, Adolph, seclit)iis 4, 5, 08 acres, p. o. Dehnar. 

Taylor, E., s('etioiis ;!, 4, 60 acres, p. o. Dehnar. 

Taylor, J^uke, section 4, 62 acres, p. o. Delmar, 

Taylor, Kleanor, section 3, 10 acres, p. d. Delmar. 

Twise, J. T., .section 9, 120 acres, p. o. Delmar. 

Tanbman, E., section 11, 160 acres, p. o. Delmar. 

Teory, John, sections 20, 23, 24, 257 acres, p. o. Dehnar. 

Waters, William, sections 13, 22, 27, 287 acres, p. o. Delmar. 

Waters, T. and J., sections 24, 27, 35, 360 acres, p. o. Delmar. 

Willey, W. T., section IG, 171 acres, p. o Delmar. 

Walrod, Tunis, section 33, 40 acres, p. 0. Dehnar. 

Willey, B. R., section 8, 76 acres, p. o. Delmar. 

Willey, AV. S., section 9, 50 acres, p. o. Delmar. . 



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AVackerlie, M., section 3, 155 acres, p. o. Dolmar. 
Wilson, F., section 15, 20 acres, p. o. Delniar. 
i Walroil, John, sections 28, 29, 75 acres, p. o. Dehnar. 

BROOKFIELD TOWNSHIP. 

Amos, Simon, sections 6, 19, 214 acres. 
I Anderson, G II, sr, sections 15, 1(5, 254 acres, p. o. Ehvood 
; Anderson, Eugene, sections 10, 23, 120 acres, p. o. Elwood. 

Anderson, Jesse, sections 14, 23, 240 acres, p. o. Elwoud. 
! Adrian, Aug., sections 19, 30, IIG acres, p. o. Ehvood. 
i Anderson, \j 11, jr., section 10, 160 acres, p. o. Elwood. 
( Bergen, \V N, section 20, 80 acres, p. o. Elwood. 
I Brady, Robert, sections 22, 23, 120;ii.cres, [). o. Elwood. 

Bush, William, section 18, 78i acres, p. o. Elwood. 

Beckon, W II, sections 7, 18, 127 acres, p. o. Elwood. 

Battles, Samuel, sections 2, 3, 200 acres. 

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J5attles, Frank, section 4, 80 acres. 

Beckwith, O, section (i, 55 acres, p. o. Elwood. 

Jjcard, E H, .sections 10, 15, 2-10 acres, p. o. lOiwood, 

Bentley. JNIason, sections 1,12, 158 acres, p. o. Delinar. 

Hartley, iMathew, section is, 20 acres, p. o. Elwood. 
[ Brady, Joseph, sections 22, 27, 200 acrts, p. o. Elwood. 
* Benniiighons<', D, secliou 2l), 80 acres, p. o. I'^lwood. 

Blore, lUnijaniiii, section S, 40 iicres, p. o. IClwood. 

Bodkin, J A, section 1, 40 acres, p. o. Delniar. 

Belmus, Julius, sections 33, 31, IGO acres, p. o. Elwood. 

Bolta, II W, section 29, 200 acres. 

Baker, M P, section 1, 40 acres, p. o. Elwood. 

Crawford, David, section 31, 12(J acres, p. 0. Elwood. 

Cassey, John, section 30, 58 acres. 

Creger, ^VMlliam sections 7, S, 18, 208 acres, p. o. Elwood. 

Cornish, C II, section 34, 40 acres. 

Cain, Joiiii, sr., section 35, 80 acres, p. o. Elwood. 

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Coverdale, Johi], section 25, 200 acres, p. o. Ehvood. 

Conell, Jacob, section 3G, 160 acres. 

Grain, J II, section 6, 80 acres, p. o. El wood. 

Cook, E L, sections 6, 8, 250 acres, p. o. Elwood. 

Cook, Wesley, sections 6, 9, 85 acres, p. o. Elwood. 

Cook, Ila, sections 7, 8, 60 acres, p. o. Elwood. 

Cook, J W, section 6, 50 acres, p. o. Elwood. 

Clark, Truman, section 13, 80 acres, p. o. Elwood. 

Clark, 13, section 21, 72 acres, p. o. Elwood. 

Cain, Thomas, sections 20, 35, 200 acres, p. o. Elwood. 

Clark, Gr R, section 9, 160 acres, p. o. Elwood. 

Chaffee, W N, sections 17, 20, 97 acres, p. o. Elwood. 

Christianson, O L, section 30, 80 acres, p. o. Elwood. 

Cuddy, Patrick, section 34, 40 acres. " 

Dunlap", J M (est.), section 5, 80 acres, p. o. Elwood. 

Davenport, C L, sections 20, 34, 360 acres, p. o. Elwood, 

Dyer, A L, section 11, 160 acres, p. o, Elwood. 

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Dyer, Adam, section 11, 160 acres, p. o. Ehvood. 
Dever, J II, section 3, 80 acres, p. o. Elwood. 
Eaton, W A, section 29, 117 acres, p. o. Elwood. 
Eckman, L A, section 23, 40 acres, p. o. Elwood. 
Eiclier, Daniel, section 12, 80 acres, p. o. Ehvood. 
Elwood, Kinsey, sections 9, 16, 342} acres, p. o. Elwoofi 
Eaton, David, section 29, 80 acres, p. o. Elwood. 
Flatlier, Thomas, sections 35, 36, 100 acres. 
Einton, E ]\r, sections 11, 16, 240 acres, p. o. Elwood. 
Einton, ^^larion, section 36, 120 acres, p. o. Elwood. 
Guire, John, sections 7, 18, 83 acres, p. o. Elwood. 
Grundemeyer, O II, section 31, 40 acres, p. o. Elwood. 
Goodenow, E, section 23, 46 acres, p. o. Elwood. 
Gish, David, Sr., section 1, 159i acres, p. o. Elwood. 
Goodenow, II., section 1, 158 acres, p. o. Elwood. 
Goodenow, Eoyal, section 13, 40 acres. 
Gregory, Isaac, (est.) sections 9, 8, 120 acres. 

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Gregory, E. D., sections 4,5, 8, 320 acres, p. o. Elwood. 
Hausel, David, section 26, 80 acres, p. o. Elwood. 
Hill, George, section 19, 200 acres, p. o. Elwood. 
Hinton, Francis, section 15, 60 acres, p. o. Elwood. 
Ilagge, Glaus, section 33, 160 acres, p o. Elwood. 
Hatfield, Perkins, sections 4, 9, 10, 199 acres, p. o. Elwood. 
Hubbard, ZST. P., section 23, 160 acres, p. 0. Elwood. 
Herklenien, Carl, section 19, 100 acres, p. o. Elwood. 
Jlullnian, J. F., section 4, 100 acres, p. o. Elwood. 
Hill, George, section 4, 120 acres, p. o. Elwood. 
Hill, Robert, section 29, 80 acres, p. o. Elwood. 
Hiner, E. S., section 22, 80 acres, p. o. Elwood. 
Hotel, Heirs, section 21, 80 acres, p. o. Elwood. 
Henderson, E., section 5, 37^ acres, p. o. Elwood. 
Irwin, Wm. H., section 28, 100 acres, p. o. Elwood. 
Irwin, T. T., sections 27, 28, 100 acres, p. o. Elwood. 
Irwin, T. T. and W. II., section 28, 79i acres, p. o. Elwood. 



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James, G. W., section 12, 80 acres, p. o. Elwood. 

Jenkins, A. H., sections 11, 12, 240 acres, p. o. Elwood. 

Johnson, John, section 8, 120 acres, p. o. EiWood. 

Jenkins. Jeb., section 12, 160 acres, p. o. Elwood. 

Jepson, J . II., section 33, 240 acres, p. o. Elwood. 

Jarvis, VV. 8., section 14, 117 acres, p. o. Elwood. 

Klise, David, section 18, 19, 270i acres, p. 0. Elwood. 
\ Kingsley, II. Jl., section^ 6, 7, 200 acres, p. o. Elwood. 
[. Kettleson, 0., section 34, 80 acres, p. o. Elwood. 

Laugham, George, sections 17,19, 20, 119.^ acres, p. o. Elwood. 

Lewisfield, (est.) section 32, 159i acres, p. o. Elwood. i 

Limebaugh, E., section 17,200 acres, p. o. Elwood. 

Lockwood, II., sections 2, 10, 200 acres, p. o. Elwood. 

Lockwood Heirs, section 1, 100 acres, p. o. Elwood. 

Lockwood, M. D., section 14,1131 acres, p. o. Elwood. 

McKibbon, George, section 17, 60 acres, p. o. Elwood. 

Maxwell, J. S., sections 82, 34, 400 acres, p. o. Elwood, 

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McFarland, Samuel, section 29, 80 iicrea, p. o. Elwood. 

McCarter, Eobt., section 31, 160 acres, p. 0. Ehvood. , 

Miller, J . II . , section 4, 80 acres, p . o. Elwood . I 

Moore, Patrick, section 2, 80 acres. 

Myall, S., section fi, 80 acres. 

McMillian, J. II., section 10, 60 acres, j). o. Elwood, > I 

;McMillian, Win., section 31, 8'5' acres p. o. Elwood. • 1 

McAndrevv, Michael, section 31, 80 acres, p. 0. Elwood. ^ i 

Minster, Glaus, section 31, 40 acres, p. o. Elwood. 

McAninch, Peter, section 17, 40 acres. ' 

Nowkirk, J. M.. section 20, 78 acres, p. o. Elwood. j 

Newkirk, Abrarn, section 20, 70 acres, p. o. Elwood. j 

Nester Austin, section 34, 40 acres, p. o. Elwood. 

Ogden, 13enj., section 13, 47 acres. » 

O'Brien,- Henry, sections 34, 3.1, 120 acres, p. o. Elwood. 

Ogden, J. J ., section 24, 100 acres, p. o. Elwood. i 

Oberegge, P. D., section 31, 40 acres, p. o. Elwood. i 



P. S. Towie buys for cash and sells cheap, Clinton, Icwa. 

J'otter, I). F., sections 7, 8, 70i acres, i). o. Elwood. 
Parnell, James, sections 24, 42, 2(5, 240 acres, \). o. i:iwood. 
Pethan, Wm., section 7, 300 acres, p. o. Elwood 
Paniell, John, section 27, m acres, p. o. Elwood. 
Parnell, M., section 15, 80acres, p. o. Elwood. 
Perry, John, section 2, 200 acres, p. o. Elwood. 
Phillips, J. C, (est.) section 15, 174 acres, p. o. Elwood. 
Patterson, S, section 21, 120 acres, j). o. Elwood. 
Petch Wrn. , section 23, 120 acres, p. o. Elwood. 
Parkinson, J. II., section 27, 240 acres p. o. Elwood. 
Parkyr, B. P., section 13, 80 acres, p. o. Elwood. 
Portei, Adison, section 34, 160 acres, p. o. Elwood. 
Phillips, Wm. , section 3, 480 lucres, p. o. Elwood. 
Paris, George, section 21 , 40 acres, p . o . Elwood , 
Euuns, C. C, section 28, 120 acres, p. o. Elwood, 
Bugenberg, J. II. , sections 28, 32, 239i acres, p. o. Elwood. 
Ruttenbock, Caii, section 30, 130 acres, p. o. Elwood. 

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1 1 Reynolds, Schuyler, sections 13, 24, 315 iici'os, p. o. Elwood. 

Ruttenbeck, Fred., jr., sections 10, 30, 115 acres, p. a. Elwood, 

Sackrider, George, sections 13, 14, 54 acres, p. o. Elwood. 

Sackrider, T, section 14, 4i).V acres, p. o. Elwood. 

Sellers, G W, section IG, 77 acres, p. o. Elwood. 
1^1 Sackrider, S, section 23, 80 acres, p. o. Elwood. 
I' 8niith, Isaac, sections 23, 3o, 120 acres, p. o. Elwood, 



Shultz, J, sections 4, !», 80 acres, p. o. Elwood. 
Snoddy, M, section 3'5, 159i acres, p. o. Elwood. 
Bparks, J M, section 10, 120 acres, i). o. Klwood. 
Stamen, J E, sections 14, 24, 402 acres, p. o. Elwood, 
Sherwood, N, section 6, r, acres, p. o. Elwood. 
Schultz, Carl, section 7, 15 acres, p. o. Elwood. 
Sadler, Joseph, sections 21, 22, 240 acres, p. o. Elwood, 
Sackrider, I, sections 34, 13, 00 acres, p. o. Elwood. 
Swan, Robert, section 6, 40 acres, ]). o. Elwood. 
Strohm, iSaml, sections 12, 13, 180 acres, p. o. Elwood. 



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Scott, Singleton, sections 25, 30, 320 acres, p. o. EUvopd. 

Scoff, Fred, section IS, IGO acres, p. o. Elwood, 

Seller, Gabriel section !(>, V4; acres, p. o. Elwood. 

Smith, C II, section 36, 40 acres, p. o. Elwood. 

Struck, Claus, section 35, 80 acres, p. o. Elwood. 

Stanzel, "Wm. section 20, 77 acres, p. o. Elwood. 

Shultz, John D, section 9, 40 acres, p. o. Elwood. 

Tesky, John, section 28, 100 acres, p. o. Elwood. 
^{ Twiss, John R, sr, section 2, 120 acres, p. o. Elwood. 

Tubbs, George, section 23, 40 acres, p. o. Elwood. 

I'esky, George, section 29, 80 acres, p. o. Elwood. 

Twiss, John R, jr, sections 23, 20, 99i acres, p. o. Elwood, 

Tubbs, Marvin, section 13, 87 acres, p. o. Elwood. 

Twiss, Myr^n, section 26, 100 acres, p. o. Elwood. 

Voss, John, section 30, 37 acres, p. o. Elwood. 
r Wade, U S, sections 7, 20, 142i acres, p. o. Elwood. 

% Wright, J R, sections 25, 36, 240 acres, p. o. Elwood. 



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Wade, G II, section 20, 40 acres, p. o. Elwood. 
Weber, Martha, section 7, 13 acres, p. o. Ehvood. 
Wliitney, II, section 5, IGO acres, p. o. Elwood. 
Whitney, WW, section 5, 200 acres, p. o. Elwood. 
Wilcox, M, section 2, 120 acres, p. o. Elwood. 
Wells, Elizabeth, sections 21, 23, 320 acres, p. o. Elwood. 
Wilson, Jesse, section 2, 40 acres, p. o. Elwood. 
Wliitney, J II, sections 5, 6, 80 acres, p. o. Elwood. 
Waugli, E E, section 27, KiO acres, p. o. E1wo<k1. 
Welch, Michael, section 81, 80 acres, p. o. Elwood. 
Whitsel, Peter, section IG, 20 acres, p. o. Elwood. 
Waugh, C E, section 27, 40 acres. 
Wirlit, John, section 30, lo9i acres, p. o. Elwood. 
AVhite, A B, sections (i, 7, 180 acres, p. o. Elwood. 
Yorker, tD;isper, section 1, 2 tiered. 
Young, Jacob, section 30, 40 acres. 



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Ahrens, C II, section 12, 160 acres, p. o. Bryant. 
Ahrens, J I), section 13, 160 acres, p. o, Bryant. 
IJoock, II J, section 1.1, 140 acres, p. o. Elvira. 
Beatty, W W, sections 24, 25, 210 acres, p. o. Elvira. 
]Johart, Jacob, sections 1, 12, GIO acres, p. o. Elvira. 
Beer, H J, 455 acres, p. o. Elvira. 
Buckley. Jer, sections /5,6, 120 acres. 
Bohart, D, section 1, 104 acres. 
Bonachre, W, section 6, 55 acres. 
Bradley, Pat, section 8, 55 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Butterfield, D G, section 27, 80 acres, p. o. DeWitt. 
liuck, Hans, section 1, 96 acres, p. o. IJryant. 
Bartts, Frantz, section 0, 40 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Berlenberg, M, section 6, 40 acres. 
Bartels, Peter, section G, 80 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Cone, A, sections 15, 22, IGO acres, p. o. Elvira. 

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Cramptou, W, sr, section 36, 220 acres, p. o. Elvira. 

Crone, George, sectiDus 3, 4, 240 acres. 

Christensen, C N, sections 18, 30, 480 acres, p. o. Elvira. 

Cousins, AV L, sections 4, 5, 360 acres. 

Conrad, Adam, 120 acres. 

Cassidy, Joseph, section 31, 120 acres, p. o. Elvira. 

Callaghan, Owen, section 30, 100 acres, p. o. Elvira. 

Cloy, Marx, section 0, 20 acres. 

Cusic, Michael, section 17, 110 acres, p. o. Elvira. 

Clark Patrick, sections 21, 28, 310 acres, p. o. Elvira. 

Cole, Frederick, section 28, 40 acres, p. o. Elvira. 

Cook, John, section 7, 40 acres. 

Conrad D, section G, 40 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 

Clawson, Peter, ^section 6, 20 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 

Dorinan, Henry A, section 21, 83 acres p. o. Elvira. 

Dolan, John, sections G, 18, 173 acres. 

Durisch, Stephen, sections 20, 23, 340 acres. 



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I Dolan, James, sections 20, 21, 28, Til'j acres, \k o. J'^lvira. , 

Dressen, J A. section 8, 40 acres. 

Dunlavey, Henry, sections 19, 20, 30. 320 acres. 

Drake, Prank, sejCitions 30, 31, 240 acres, p. o. IMvira. 

Dolan, Michael, sections 10, 20, IGO acres, p. o. Elvira. 
f Dorsey, Jeremiah, section 20, 40 acres, p. o. Elvira. 

Dornian, Fred, section IG, 140 acres, p. o. Elvira. 

Dray, GJeorge, section 7, 10 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 

Droste, B II, section 12, 80 acres. 

Dorman, D, sections IG, 21. 80 acres, p. o. Elvira. 

Dethmann, Thomas, section 3, 27 acres, p. o. Bryant. 

Doorman, Hans, section 19, 80 acres. 

Eggart, Adolph, sections I, 2, 855 acres. 

Evison, Clark, sections 25, 34, 120 acres, p. o. West Side, la. 

East, Thomas, sr, section 34, 195 acres, p. o. Elvira. 

Engler, Paul, sections. 29, 32, IGO acres, p. o. Charlotte. 

Engler, John, section 28, 82 acres. 

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Clinton, - - I<>>vii. 

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DRESS MAKING DEPARTMENT. 

Agent for Berlin Fashon Patterns. 

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FAHMEIIS' DTliECTOKY— CENTKi: 'I'OWNSIIir. ;-!H 

> Ehlers, 1), section G, 12 acres, j). o. Chiirlotle. 

■ Evison, llobert, section 34, 80 acres, p. o. Elvira. 
; Fatchet.t, George, section 4, 40 acies, p. o. I'^lviia. 

Eleniing, Tat, section 0, 40 acres. 

■ Farrell, M, section 4, 40 acies. 
(;lierts, Joliii, section S, !l, '310 ucrrs, p. o. I']l\ii;i. 
Crent, .John, scclioii (i, 20 iicros. 
(irill, JoJni, secti<in 7, 10 acres. 

JJanson, IJ P, sections 7, 10, 200 acres, p. o. r.ivaiil. 
lleuiiicke, J, section 10, 130 acres, [i. o. IJryanl. 
IJaiuiah, I'at, sections 1). 10. liiO acres, p. o. Eryant. 
Hanson, A M, sections 0, 10, 127 acies, p. o. j-ryant. 
llaiinali, H iiu'li. sections 0, 10, 120;iin-es, ]>. o. Hryant. 
Jlannali, Williani, s^tction 12, 100 aia'cs, i». o. Hryaiit . 
JIaniuiond, A E, secti(ni 24, KU acres, p. o. I'^ivira. 
Jioltz, C, seetidii 15, 100 acics, !>. o. J<]lvira.' 
Jlaniilton, S 0, seciion 3, IH acres, p. o. JJryant, 



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Ilenrickson, il G, secti(ni 2i), lO-l acres, ]». o. Elvira, 
llans, John, s(;ction 7, 120 acres, p. o. Gharjolle. 
Hansen, A, section 7, 10 acres, p. o. Chailotte. 
JJorn, Cln'istian, section 0, 120 acres, i>. o. J'^lvira. 
Hansen, Ej-.mk, secticjn (i, 10 acres, p. o. Cliarlotte. 
Iiigwersen, N G, section 1, 4rj3 acres, i> o. Eryant. 
Jolink, (-, sections 10, 11, 17, 120 acres, |>. o. J5ryant. 
Judge, J'at, section.s 5, 0, o2, P>20 acres, p o. Gliarlottc. 
Jensen, O, section 20, 120 ;icres, p. o Elvira. 
Joyce, David, section 15, 820 acres, p. o. El\ira. 
Jager, II F, section 7, 80 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Jacoby, Wm, sections 4, 38, 232 acres, p. o. Elvira, 
Jensen, J}, section 7, 40 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Jochemseu, M, sectioii 7, 10 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Johnston, II G, section 7, 20 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Kelley, A M, sections 3, 4, 240 acres, p. o. Klviia. 
KeJinedy, Dennis, section 1, SO acres, p. o J5rya!it. 



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Kellofjg, ]j, section 85, IGO acres, p. o. Elvira. 
Kelly, y, section 3, lo5 acres, p. o. J<]lviia. 
Kruse, Hans, sections 3, 4, 820 acres, p. o. Elvira. 
Kinkaid, John, sections 2, oo, IGO acres, p. o. Elvira. 
Krebs, Henry, section 12, 80 acre."*, p. o. Bryant. 
Jiarnp, Henry, section 21, 109 acres, p. o. Elvira. 
J.ansen, E. sections 0, 19, li;o acres, ]). o. J^^lvira. 
Jiyons, li A, sections 6, 82, 84, 553^ acres, p. o. Elvira. 
Lamp, Eiulwig, sections 21, 32, 100 acres, p. o. Klvira. 
.lianip, Peter, .■)20 acres. 

Jjancaster, -lob, section 11, 100 acres, [). o. Eryant. 
Eehna, AVni, section s, 30 acres, p. o. liryaut. 
Euml, Jj, section 7, 20 acres, p. o. liryant. 
]\Icl)(unnott, E S, section 2'.», 40 acres, ]>. o. Elvira. 
McDerniott, .'oliii, section l!9, HO acres, p. o. Elvira. 
Moln', ^Vnl, section 13, liiOacres^p. o. iiryant. 
i\Iaier, Jacob, sections 20, M, l:81) acres, p. o. Bryant. 



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Alillij^'an, M, section ;'., 80 acies, |). o. IJryant, 
Murpliy, E, sections 20, 20, 29, r)0 acres, p. o. ]']lvira. 
Manning, Thos, section 25, 80 acres, p. o. Elvira. 
i^Iorey, Ed. section 0, 201 aci'es, j). o. I'liailolte. 
JNlurpliy, -John, section 29, 75 acres, p. o. l']lvira. 
AlcDevitt, Jolni, 300 acres, p. o. Elviia. 
Mnrpliy, Eat, sr, sections 32, 3."), 3G0 acres, p. o. Elvira. 
Mur])liy, Pat, jr, sections 8, 17, 200 acres, p. o. I5ryant. 
jMcCoy, J C, section 7, 10 acres, p. o. Bryant. 
McEaughlin, l*]llen, section 7, 80 acres, p. o. 15ryant. 
Mewherter, J II, 1 acerp. o. Eiyiia. 
Manley, Daniel, section 27, 280 acres, p. o. Elvira. 
Mahan, George, iiectious 11, 2G, 420 acres, p. o. Elvira. 
McConnell, C, section 1, 104 acres, p. o. Bryant. 
McGuire, Thos, section 31, IGO acres, p. o. Elvin,. 
Maier, Peter, section 6, 10 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Naeve, Nicholas, section 24, 100 acres, ]). o. Elvira. 

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Ohde, George, section 17, 20 acres. 
Ohde, Jacob, section 19, SO acres. 
Piatt, John F, section G, 30 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Paarmann, II, sections 5, G, iiJ acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Petersen, Marse, sections 4, 5, 1'JO acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Petersen, Mrs B, sections 30, 32, 120 acres, p. o. Elvira. 
Payson, N II, section 30, 120 acres, p. o. Klvii-a. 
Petersen, PIL, sections 2, 11, 21, .jTii acres, p. o. Bryant. 
Petersen, A, section G, 85 acres, \). o. Charlotte. 
Raymond, J G, section !'5, 200 acres, ]>. o. Elvira. 
Uoanleldt, J F, section 12, 1(>0 acres, p. o. Elvira. 
lM Itohwedder, Marx, section 14, IGO aciey, p. o, Elvira. 

Rnst, Henry, 500 iieres. '^ '.V' O^-'^OO'^ 

Rice, J F, section 35, 80 acres, p. o. Elvira. >-^'.--. «-/ //w«3^ 

Rice, W F, section 30, 80 acres, p. o. Elvira. • 

Rice. J C, section 35, IGO acres, p. o. I^lvira. 
Raymond, John, section 25, 120 acres, p. o. Elvira. 

I Buell & Board man, Latest Style Hats & Caps, Lyons, Iowa, 

* Raymond, H D, eections 1, 2, 11, 2-10 acres. 

Rudelessen, James, sections 8, 17, 00 acrC". 
Schwartz, Fred, section 23, 240 acres, p. o. Elvira. . 
vSinions, George, secti(ni 12. IGp acres, p. o. Hiyant. 
Smith, John, sections G, 31, 150 acres, p. o. Cliarlolte. 
^Steahr, Gnsten. section IG, 85 acres, p. o. Rryant. 
Sveudsen, 11, section 4, 80 acres, p. o. Bryant. 
JShroeder, Hans, section IG, 55 acres, p. o. Elvira. 
Stiideman, sections 15, 21, 24, 288 acres, p. o. Elvira. 
Schwartz, A 11, sections 23, 24, 240 iicres, p. o. Elvira. 
Shambaugh, John, sections 22, 20, 27, 5G0 acres, p. o. Elvira. 
Squibb, Wm, sections 2, li, 240 acres, p. o. Elvira. 
Sadler, IST, section 20, 40 acres, p. o. Elvira. 
Sadler, J & T, sections 20, 29, 170 acres, p. o. Elvira. 
Schoenniug, C, section IG, 40 acres, p. 0. Bryant. 
Schoenning, F, section IG, 180 acres p. o. Bryant. 
vSchlemina, A. sections 8, 9, 140 acres. 

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Steffensen John, sections 20, 22, 41 acres, p. o. Elvira. 
Schroeder, Henry, sections 8, 17, 120 acres, p. o. Elvira, 
Schroeder, Fred, section 86, 165 acres, p. o. Elvira. 
Heauior, C, sections 17. 20, rjO acres, p. o. Elvira. 
Studemann, E, section 14, 160 acres, p. o. Elvira, 
Studeinann, John, sections 8, 13, 14, ^05 acr«3. 
Schroeder, C, section 19, 16U acres, p. o. Elvira. 
Stones, John, section 7, 4y acres, p. o. Cliailotte. 
Stones, Joseph, section 7, 40 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Seivers, Peter, section 17, 200 acres, Elvira. 
Stehr, Henry, section 16, 40 acres, p. o. I<]lvira, 
Traver, II A, section 2, 160 acres, ]), o. Elvira. 
Traver, Cyrus, section Sii, Do acres, p. o. Elvira. 
Thomas, W L, sectiojis 2, 16, i)~> acres, p. o. Elvira. 
TJiiesseai, Jacob, section 5, 5o acres, i). o. Coose J,akc. 
Thiessen, August, section 5, ii') acres, p. o. Obose Lake. 
Thiessen, II, sections 5, (5, 267 acres, p. o. Goose. Lake. 



P. S. Towie buys for cash and sells cheap, Clinton, Iowa. 

Tierney, Thos, sections 4, o, 6, 220 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 

Tieniey, Lawrence, sections 5, 6, HO a(;res, p. o. ]']lvira. 

Tensen, Peter, section G, 20 acres, p. o. Cliarlotte. 

Weise, L II, sections 1, 22, 120 acres. 

Weisc, llans, section.s 1, 11, 140 acres, p. o. Hryant, 

WohlonLerg, Henry, section 1 40 aci'es. 

Williams, Traver, sections 28, 83, 320 acres, j). o. IClvira, 

Winters, Mary, sections 5, 32, 320 acres, p. o. JOivira. 

Winters, Michael, section 32, 80 acres, p. o, Elvira. 

Wilkes, E, section 1, 104 acres. 

Young, John A, section 35, 160 acres, p. o. Elvira. 

CLINTON TOWNSHIP. 

Aikens, Cyrus, section 12, 78 acres, p. o. Clinton. 
Aller, Thomas, section 13, 110 acres, p. o. Clinton. 
Allen, George, sectioii 1, 70 acres, p. o. Clinton. 
BulTum, A G, section 36, 40 acres. 

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IJurlinghame, II M, section 11, 10 acres, p. o. Clinton. 

Jiettinger, Leonard, sections 35, ;u>, GO acres, p. o. Clinton. 

Baldwin, llobert, section is, 8.1^ acres, p. o. Clinton. 

Biirnes, O, section 11, ^ acres. 

Baldwin, Isaac, 234i acres, p. o. Clinton. 

Bruce, Charlotte A, section 11, 48 uci'en. 

Clinton National r>ank, section is. 48 acres. 

Cliurcher, J II, section 11, 10 acres, p. o. Clinton. 

Coan & Smith, section 13, acres, p. o C^linton. 

Coan, W F, section 12, HI acres, p. o. Clinton. 

Casper, Louisa, section '2, '2.W acres. 

Clegs, George II, section 13, 13 acies. 

Dunn, James, section 1!, i;3o acres, p. o. Clinton. 

Dunn, Adam, section 14, 77 acres, p. o. Chnton. 

Dunn, John, section 14, 75 acres, p. o. Clinton. 

Davis, Margaret, sectitjn 13, l!8 acres, p. o. Clinton. 

Dunham, J II, section 2, 47 acres, p. o. Clinton. 

"Boss" on Trunks, &c., at Buell & Boardman's, Lyons, Iowa. 

Ellis & Broth., section 3i;, 40 acres. 

Edans, Hans, .section 11, 7i acres, p. o. Clinton. 

Flournoy, Thomas J, sr, 78 acres, p. o. Cllntoli. 

Flournoy, T J, jr, section 11, 10 acres, p. o. Clinton. 

Ilaibron, T, jr, section 1, 9J acres, p. o. Clinton. 

llavbron, T, sr, sections 1, 12, 3U acres, p. o. Clinton. 

Hosford, A T, sections 1, 10, 11, 7 acres, p. o. Clinton. 

Howes, rhillip, section 13, 36 acres, p. o. Clinton. 

Hess, David, sections 1, 36, 105 acn.'s, p. o. Lyons. 

Iless, Daniel, section 36, 120 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Howe & Fenlon, section 13, 12 acres, p. o. Clinton. 

Haywood, George, section 11, 10 acres, p. o. Clinton. 

Iowa Land Company, 72 acres, p. o. Clinton. 

Koons, Mrs J P, section 13, 14 acres, p. o. Clinton. 

Kube, Frederick, sections 11, 13, 14, 1301 acres, p. o. Clinton. 

King, James, sections 2, 11, 120 acres, p. o. Clinton. 

Lamb, Byng & Co, section 13, 23 acres, p. o. Clhiton. 



Baldwin k Melick, Wall Paper^Curtains^ etc, P, 0,, Lyons. 



Merchant Tailoring at A. Staubfer's, 2d Street, CliMor. 

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Leake & Eyre, section 11, 25 ncres, p. o. Clinton. 
Lyon, R A, seclion 19, Go acres, p. o. Elvira. 
McDonald, S, section G, 240 acres. 
McCone, Alex, section 2, 80 acres, p. o. Clinton. 
Moore, Alvin, section 12, 7i acres, p. o. Clinton. 
McOnire, T J. sections 11, 12^ U aci'es, p. o. Clinton. 
Jklesiser O, 214 acres, p. o. Clinton. " ■ 

McDerniott, II, section 3-'), 17'J acres, p. o. Lyons, 
l^earce, J L, sections 1, 12, 27 acres, p. o. Clinton. 
. Pipping, Charles, section 11, V,i acns, p. n. Clinton. 
Peck, F K, 120 acres, p. o. Clinton. 
Pearce, 3) II, section 1, 29 acres, p. o. Clinloii. 
Powell, E J, !5eclion 11, 10 a<;res, p. o. Clinton. 
Phillips, Albert, section 1, 10 acres, p. o. CJlinton. 
E.yder» Sylvester, section 1, 50i aci'es, \). o. Clinton. 
Seymonr, C L, section is, 12 acres, p. o. Clinton. 
Stone & Smith, section 12, 12i acres, p. o. Clinton. 



Best Line of Dress Goods at P. S. Towle's, Clinton, Iowa. 



Soper, llirani, section 13, 181 acres, p. o. Clinton. 

Serrin, M M, Rectioii 11, C acres. 

Smith, A C-, section 85, 120 acres, ]). o. CUnlon. 

Sawin, L O, section 2, 31 acres, p. o. Clinton. 

Smith, Oliver, section 14, 115 acres, p. o. Clinton. 

Smith, \V S, section 13, 4 acres, p. o. Clinton. 

Stebbins, David, section 11, 5 acres, p. o. (.Jlinton. 

Toll, S L, section 1, 10 acres, p. o. Clinton. 

Thomas, Charles, section 11, 10 acres, p. o. Clinton. 

Upton, L & C, section 1, 11, 30 a<nes, p. o. Clinton. 

Vamlerventer, James F, section 12, 15 acres, p. o. Clinton. 

Vincent, W R, section 2, 40 acres. 

Wilson, William, sections 11, 18, 20 acres, p. o. Clinton. 

Wilder Broth, section 12, 40 acres. \ 

Walker, James, section 11, 12 acres, p. o. Clinton. 

Williams, Henry, sections 1, 12, G5i fvcres, p. o. Clinton. 

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FAIOIERS' UlUECTOUY— CAjMANCIIE TOAVNSIIII', 



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Antliony, O A, section 80, 79 acres, p. o. Camanche. 

Adams, Thos, sections 23, 24, 20, 5-2 acres, p. o. J.ow Moor. 

Adams, Abel, sections 7, 12, 13, 18, 110 acres. 

Andrews, IM. section 27. 20 acres, p. o. Low Moor. 

Anlliouy, Horace, section 5, 10 uries, ]). o. Camanche. 

Asliford. James, section 22, ry'.) acres, p o. Camanche. 

Arka, Jolni, section 23, 37 acres, p. o. Low Moor. 

lU-iegs, Ezra, section ^G, r-> acres, p. o. Low Moor. 

]}enning, AVm, section 20, 40 acres, p. o. (.Camanche. 

IJiirr, 8am,se(;tion 20, 40 acres, p o. Low Moor. 

Barker, Adilison. sections t), 24, 28, 201 acres, p. o. Camanclie. 

Baker, E G, seclujn 21, 27 acres, p o. Camanche. 

Brooks, J E, section 20, 8 acres, p. o. Clinton. 

lU-azell, S JI, sectujii 14, 314 acres, p. o. Low Moor. 

Brazell, Mrs E M, section 20, 70 acres, p. o. Low Moor. 



Best Clothing at Buell & Boardman's, Lyons, Iowa. 



Bristol, W I', sections 5, 31, 43 acres, p. o, Camanclie. 
Baldwin. Isaac, sections 19, 23, llii acies, p. o. Clinton. 
Bailey, B, section 5, 5 acres. 

Ikazell, A J, section 24, 00 acres, p. o. Low Moor. 
Beckwith, T, section 25, 150 acres, p. o. Camanche. 
Berber, Mrs II M, section 30, 39 acres, p. o. Camanche. 
Berber, S, section 36, 30 acres, p. o. Camanche. 
Bohart, Jacob, sections, 0, 7, 28 acres, p. o. Clinton. 
Burkinshaw, Fred, section 23, 150 acres, p. o. Low Moor. 

Block, C, section 26, 5 acres, p. o. Low Moor. 

Boutelle, T N, section 24, 14i acres, p. o. Clinton. 

Carpenter, H, sections 7, 14, 101 acres, p. o. Low Moor. 

Carpenter, Mrs S D, section 29, 39 acres, p. o. Camanche. 

Crashaw, R, sections 22, 20, 113i acres, p. o. Camanche. 

Crone, Joseph, sections 24, 7, 85i acres, p. o. Low Moor. 

Cleveland, H, section 13, 5 acres, p. o. Low Moor. 

Canty, William, sections 0, 14, 23, 101 acres, p. o. Camanclie. 



Baldwin & Molick, Jewelry Repaired, Lyons, Iowa. 



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Cutlery, &,c., Carstensen & Alleu, 74 Main St., Lyons 

•iO FAUMKRS' DIIIECTOUY— CAMANCIIK 'i'OWNSIIU'. 

Clinton I.iviid Co, sections 21, 28, 145 iicres, p. o. Clinton. 

Coin-o, L C, 10 acres. 

Carpenter, S Ij, sections 5,29, 78 .icres.'p. o. Caniaiiclio. 

Dnnn, Alex, sections 21, 2;J, 2G, 29, 292 acres, p. o. Canianclie. 

Dnnniiifj, ^Martin, sections ^'2, 23, 4s acres, p. o. J^osv iMuor.' ■■■ 

Dunn, James, section 2.'^, lU acres, ]>. o. Canianclie. 

Duini, John, sections 21. 24, 2(i, ;>U acres. ]). o. Ciiiitoii. 

Dillon, .Sam, section (i, 54 acres, p. o. Camanche. 

Dannatt, J S, sections 19, 2o, 24, 51:9 a(ncs. j). o. Low Moor. 

Dunn, Wm, section 29, 40 acres, ]>. o. Camanclie. 

Dunn, Adam, sections 2;!, 21, 29, 29ol acres, p. o. Clinlon. 

Else, T (', section ;!(>, 77 acres, ]). o. Low Moor. 

Ekcrnian, Wm, section (J, 2(1, (i acres, j). o. Camanche. 

J"]ston, John, section 27, UiO acres, p. o. Camanche. 

Feiui, V E, sections 5, 29, 84 acres, \>. o. ('anjanche. 

Eollett, W D, sections 11, 14, 175 acres, p. o. Camanche. 

Fiiniey, J JJ, sections 7, 25, 85 J acres, p. o. Camanche. 



P. S. Towie sells Cloaks, Furs, and Ladies' Suits, Clinton. 



Finn, Mrs Jane, section 29, 72 acres, \). o. Camanche. 
tirohe, Jacob, sections 29, 30, 118 acres, p. o. Canr.inche. 
Gulic, A, section 18, 19 acre<, ]». o. Low JMoor. 
Geise, Feter, section 20, 5 acres, ii. o. Camanche. 
Code, Henry, section 20, 12 acres, p. 0. ('linton. 
Gret^oire, James, section 0, 2i acres. 
Gulic, Mrs M J, section 20, 79 acres. ]>. o. Low Moor. 
Gray, E N, section 24, 43 acres, p. o. J.ow JMoor. 
Ilonsen, Geo, sections 0, 18, 159 acres, p. o. Low JNIoor. 
Ilonsen, Geo F, section 35, 155 acres, p. o. I.,ow Moor. 
Ilunt, Hu.ssell, section 0, 5 acres. 
Hart, J F, sections 1, 2, 12, 435 acres, p. o. Low Moor. 
Hedges, Jesse, sections 6, 18, 104i acres, p. o. Camanche. 
Ilyraan, Sylvester, sections 13, 24, 103 acres, p. o. Low Moor, 
llanldns, Mrs, sections 20, 70 acres, p. o. Low Moor. 
Hart, W It, section 23, 10 acres, p. o. Low Moor. 
Heilman, Sam, sections 1, 30, 110 acres, p. o. Camanche. 

Eucalyptus will Cure Inflammation in the Bladder. 



Hardware^ CarstGnssn k Allen^ 74 Main Street, Lyons. 

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j. lleilnian, L L, seciioiis 7, 30, 102^ acres, p. o. Canianche. 

i llai-t, 11 P, secLions 0, 23, 26, l(i7i ,icres, p. o. Low Mom-. 

' Hart, HA, sections 20, 2-1, ;J21 acres, ]>. o. Camauche. 

V Jrtines, Simpson, sections 7, 19, 30, list acres, p. o. Canianche. 

'. Johnson, James, section 38, 43 acres, ji. o. Camanche. 

: Johnson, Thos, section 29, 24 acres, p. o. Canianche. 

Kohl, John, sections 20,21, 98 acres, p. o. Canianclie. 

Lettig, 3*Irs C M, section 31, 151 acres, p. o. Canianche. 
I Ling, John, sections 22, 33, 43i acres, p. o. Camanche. 

Lege, Peter, section 6, 5 acres. 

Laurence, J G, section 24, 7 acres, p. o. Low Moor. 
, J.,um, E C, sections 24, 31, 44 acres, p. o. Camanche. 
> Lyon, R A, section 19, Go acres, p. o. Elvira. 

Mahon, George, scc^tion 9, 82 acres. 
I McKinney, E F, sections 31, 3.) acres, p. o. Camanche. 

Mudgett, P P, sections 27, 28, 79 acres, p. o. J^ow .Moor. 

McBride, Anna, section 24, 79 acres, p. o. Low jMoor. 



Finest Furnishing Goods at Buell & Board man's, Lyons, Iowa. 

Miles, E M, section 31, 78 acres, p. o. Camanche. 
iMuzzy, Milton, section 2."), 119 acres p. o. Low i^loor. 
Millard, Nelson, section 19, 2LI acres, p. o. Camanche. 
Muhs, Peter, section 5, 5 acres, p. o. Camanciie. 
Millard, C J, secti(jns 19, 20, 57 acres, p. o. Canianche. 
McKenric, A, section 20, ISi acres, p. o. Camanche. 
Nichols, J, jr, sections 19, 0, 99 acres, p. o. (>auianche. 
Nichols,, J, sr, sections 30, 0, 90 acres, p. o. Low .Moor. 
Nichols, Dan, sections (i, 30, 201 acres, p. o. Low Moor. 
Nichols, A J, section 19, 79 acres, p. o. Low Moor. 
Nichols, E \\^ section 25, 77 acres, p. o. Camanche. 
Newmarch, Thos, section 35. 38 acres, p. o. Low Moor. 
Olds, AV, section 25, 13 acres, p. o. Low Moor. 
Pate, Dan, section 13, 154 acres, p. o. Low Moor. 
Pritchard, Josepli, sections 31, 32, 137 acres, p. o. Camanche. 
Pritcliiird, J N, section 3G, 78 acres, p. o. Camanche. 
Peck, W B, section 19, 40 acres, p. o. Clinton. 



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Porter, E, section 32, 10 acres, p. o. Cumanche. ^ 

Eoscoe, JNIary, sections 2'J, 5, 8G acres, p. o. Comanche. g' 

Eotchford, Wm, sections 1, C, 95 acres, p. o. Low Moor. ' 4 

Ryan, James, sections 21, 23, 124 acres, p. o. Camanclie. 

Ealston, David, section 7, 3i acres, p. o. Clinton. 

Ralston, Robert, section 7, 6i acres, p. o. Clinton. 

Ralston, J H, sections 26, 35, 19G acres, p. o. Low Moor. 

Russell, Friend, section 20, 76 acres, p. o. Camanclie. 

Strohan, Mrs J, sections 22, 23, 246 acres, p. o. Low Moor. 5; 

Sweeny, M T, sections 22, 23, 57 acres, p. 0. Clinton. $ 

Small, A J, section 19, 235 acres, p. o. Low Moor. 

Smith, Leonard, sections 14, 36, 174 acres, p. 0. Camanclie, j. 

Smith, Mrs J, sections 1, 12, 118 Camanclie. | 

Smith, Isaac, sections 1, 12, 157 acres, p. o. Ciuuanche. ^j 

Shadle, Dtiniel, section 6, 10 acres, p. 0. Camanclie. \^ 

Smith, Alex, section 6, 4 acres. * 

S half, II B,t)49 acres, p. o. Camanche. ;;■ 

Buy Dry Goods of P. S, TOWLE, Clinton, and save Money. 

Slanghter, Geo, sections 6, 24, 44 acres, p. 0. Low Moor. 
Stacey, D B, section 26, 79 acres, p. 0. Low Moor. 
Sclilatman, Henry, section 6, 10 acres, p. 0. Camanclie. 
Skiff, Wm, section 5, 9i acres. 

Shoff, J II, sections 11, 12, 14, 94 acres, p. 0. Camanche. 
Smith, Leonard, section 6, 2G.V acres, p. 0. Camanche. 
Tong, J 11, sections 5, 25, 158 acres, p. 0. Low Moor. 
Tate, John, sections 14, 23, 158 acres, p. 0. J^ow INIoor. 
Tallman, J II, sections 2, 11, 148 acres, p. o. Camanche. 
Tam, Henry, section 24, 5 acres, p. o. Camanche. 
Thornburg, Thos, section 30, 156 acres, p. 0. Camanche. 
Tallman, Ben, section 20, 263 acres, p. 0. Camanche. 
Van Epps, J V, sections 1, 12, 13, 35, 733 acres, p. o. Camanche. 
Wood, Sheldon, sections 11, 14, 240 acres, p. 0. Camanche. 
Wilson, J B, section 13,156 acres, p. 0. Low Moor. 
Wolfe, John, sections 2, 13, 166 acres, p. 0. Camanche. 
Wilson, J R, section 27, 20 acres, p. o. Camanche. 



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Welsh, Will, sectiMU 6, 4 acres, |). o. Elvira. 

Welsh, Mrs S M, section 39, 39 acreg, p. o. Low IMoor. 

Wanisley, M E & S C, sections 21, 2J, 30 acres, y. o. Camanclie. 

Young, F, section 25, 25 acres p. o. Clinton. 

Young, Chas, section 24, 120 acres, p. o. Clinton. 

DEEP CREEK TOWNSHIP. 

Albright, Sarah, section 21, 80 acres, p. o. Goose Lake. 

Albright & Killum, section 28, 40 acres, p. o. Goose Lake. 

Anderson, C, section 6, 4 acres, p. o. JJryant. 
?■: Bascom, L & J S, sections 4, 5, 298 acres, p. o. Bryant. 

Bates, D B, sections 11, 12, 233 acres, p. o. Bryant. 

J{oothby, C, sections 19, 20, 400 acres, p. o. Goose Lake. 

Brethemar, C, section 7, IGO acres, p. o. Goose Lake. 

Bielenberg, M, section 3L 120 acres, p. o. Goose Lake. 
% Brown, L G, section 5, 79 acres, p. o. Goose Lake. 

Bush, Henry, sections 9, 10, 155 acres, p. o. Bryant. 

Bue/I & Boarc/man, Latest Style Hats <& Caps, Lyons, Iowa, 

Bohn, Timothy, section 19, p. o. Bryant. 

Bruhn, Otto, section 1, 40 acres, p. o. Bryant. 

Brown, William, section 6, 80 acres, p. o. Bryant. 

Bock, O II, sections 8, 26, 30 acres, p. o. Bryant. 

Bates, Edward, section 1, 60 acres, p. o. Bryant. 

Bates, W II, section 11, 80 acres, p. o. Bryant. 

Bates, E & C L, section 11, 80 acres, p. o. Bryant. 

Burken, William, 40 acres, p. o. Bryant. 

Cooke, N E, section 12, 80 acres, p. o, Bryant. 

Crannan, W^illiam, sections 25, 26, 240 acres, p. o. Bryant. 

Clausen, Peter, sections 31, 32, 240 acres, p. o. Goose Lake. 

Cavana, Margaret, sections 21, 22, 80 acres. 

Conrad, Daniel, section 35. 160 acres, p. o. Bryant. 

Cook, C W, sections 1, 2, 11, 247 acres, p. o. Bryant. 

Cooke, B T, sections 1, 4, 12, 15, 210 acres. 

Clausen, John F, section 27, 280 acres, p. o. Goose Lake. 

Cuttell, William, section 2, 120 acres, p. o. Bryant. 

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Caton, section 13, 118 acres, p. o. liryant. 
Clausen, Dirk, section 83, 210 acres, p. o. Goose Lake. 
DePue, Stephen, sections 11, 14, 103 acres, p. o. JJryant. 
DePue, Benjamin, section 12, 80 acres, !>. o. IJryant. 
DePue, A V, sections 10, 11, 14, 100 acres, p. o. Bryant, 
Dennis, ('alvin, sections 20, 30, 100 acres, j). o. (Joose J^ake. 
Dalton, William, section 3, 80 acr(^s, p. o. Bryant. 
Dunn, Henry, sections 12, 13, 1(;0 acres, p. o. Bryant. 
Dickey, llobert, sections 10, 17, liOO acres, p. o. Goose Lake. 
Drury, Eliz, section 14, 17") acres, p. o. 13ryaiit. 
Dickey, John, sections 14, 21, 2S, 33.5 acres, p. o. Goose Lake, 
Davis, J S, sections 2, 3, 10, 11, G40 acres, p. o. iJryant. 
Dowling, Finton, sections S, 9, 120 acres, p. o. Bryant. 
Elliott, Thomas, sections 4, 9, 120 acres, p. o. Bryant. 
Ehlers, Detleff, section 24, 1.20 acres, p. o. Bryant. 
Flinn, Matthew, sections G, 7, 344 acres, p. o. Goose Lake. 
Fowler, George, section 4, 80 acres, p. o. Bryant. 

P. S. Towie buys for cash and sells cheap, Clinton, Iowa. 

Finch, A M, section 13, IGO acres, p. o. Bryant. 
Farrell, Martin, sections 27, 33, 430 acres. 
Farrell, Richard, section 28, 123 acres, p. o. Goose Lake. 
Feddersen & Bro, soctiofi 12, 100 acres, p. o. ]]ryant. 
Green, Atwell, section 13, 3 acres, p. o. Ih-yant. 
Gloe, Marx, section 32, 100 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Gohlmann, M, sections 19, 20, 30, 551 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Gohlraann, J G, sections 19, 30, 120 acres, p. ©. Charlotte. 
Gates, A E, section 35, 100 acres, p. o. JJryant. 
Glalm, Harmon, sections 30, 31, 1534 acres, p. o. Goose Lake, 
Hunter, A, sections 5, 6, 175 acres, p. o. Goose J^ake. 
Hunter, S, sections 5, 6, 225 acres, p. o. Goose Lake. 
Heather, James, sections 3, 4, 84i acres, p. o. Goose Lake. 
Howard, N B (est.), section 13, 40 acres, p. o. Bryant. 
Hansen, O & P, sections 13, 24, 240 acres, p. o. Bryant. 
Honeke, Charles, sections 10, 28, 220 acres, p. o. Bryant. 
Hicks, Joseph, section 17, KiO acres, p. o. Goose Lake. 

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Ilodkins, Williiuii, secliou 10, lUO acins, p. o. Ikyaiit. 

Howard, 8 K, sectioiilo, 80 acres, p. o. Bryant. 

Hicks, Jacob, secliou 17, 1:20 acres. 
[■ Hagge, reter.jseclioiis U2, 28, 1'U, lln acres. 

Haas, S, p. o. Bryant. 
«. Hansen, Peter II, sections 20, 32, 119 acres. 
: Hannah, Peter, section 32, 120 acres. 

Hicks, M, section 8, KiO acres, p. o. Goose Lake. 

Hansen, Jolin, section 31, 80 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 

Ingwersen, M, section 27, 100 acres, p. o. Goose Lake. 

Ingwersen, II C, sections 24, 25, 240 acres. 

Ingersen, P B, sections 23, 2(5, 200 acres, p. o. Bryant. 

Ingersen, A M, sections 23, 20, 200 acres, p. o. Bryant. 

Kitchen, Thomas, section 23, 80 acres, p. o. Bryant. 
^ Kirwen, (Owen, se'clion G, 40 acres, p. o. Goose Lake. 

Kruse, Claus, section.s lo, 20, 3oO acres, p. o. Goose Lake. 

Kruse, H (est), sections 14, 22, 240 acres, p. o. Bryant. 



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\ Kirwin, James, sections 6, 7, 17G acres, p. 0. Goose Lake. 

Kruse, Peter, sections 15, 22, 20, 170 acres, p. o. Bryant. 
\ Kellum, John, sections 20, 21, 108 acres, p. o. Goose Lake. 

Kruse, Joclnm, sections 10, l.j, 28, 255 acres, j). o. Bryant. 

Kiggan, Thomas, section 20, 134 acres, p. o. Bryant. 

Kuhn, P C, section 4, 04^ acres, ]). o. Bryant. 
\ Laughlin, Patrick, sections 25, 36, ()40 acres, p. o. Bryant. 
?; Lanagan, Patrick, sections 20, 20, 30,* 374^ acres, p. o. Goose Lake. 

Lensen, llicliard, section 27, bO acres, p. o. Goose Lake. . 
I Meir, Christ, section 14, 110 acres, p. o. Bryant. 

Millhaem, A, section 14, 100 acres, p. o. Bryant. 

McGraw, P, sections 26, 27, 114 acres, p. o. Bryant. 

Murphey, M, section .25, 152 acres, p. o. Bryant. 

Mathieson, C, section 24, 240 acres, p. o. Bryant. 

McDonald, M, section 14, 15, 8H acres, p. o. Bryant. 

McLaughlin, James, sections 16, 17, 240 acres, p. o. Gooise Lake. 

McLaughlin, M, section 6, 80 acres, p. o. Goose Lake. 



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Korthup, R AV, section 28, 107 Jicres, p. o. Goose Luke, 

Neubers, E, section 35, 10 acres, p. o. Bryant. 

Oje, Fred, section 2, 120 acres, p. o. Bryant. 

Petersen, Peter, sections 19, 20, 21, 22, SUiiA acres,]), o. Bryant. I 

Potter, Elijah, sections 8, 9, (i40 acres, p. o. Goose J^ake. 

Poland, Jesse, section 20, 40 acres, p. o. Goose Lake. 

Rixon, Peter, section 23, 80 acres, p. o. Bryant. J 

Rock, Clans, section 23, IGO acres, p. o. Bryant. 

Rochrohr, Fred, sections 35, o(i, 270 aci'es, p. o. Bryant. 

Ransom, S P, sL'cti(jn i, GO aci-es, p. o. Bryant. 

Stuart, Robert, section 31, 80 acres, p. o. Goose Lake. 

Sperrell, Jariies, section 18, 153 acres, p. o. ({oose Lake. 

Simmons, Mary, sections 8, 9, 10, 450 acres, p. o. Goose Lake. 

Schiilts, C R, section 4, 152 acres, p. Goose Lake. 

Smith, James, sections G, 7, 80 acres, p. o. Goose Lake. 

Shader L, section 2, 80 acres, p. o. Bryant. 

Sieber, Adam, sections 3, 10, 280 acres. 

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Bingleman, M, sections 23, 24, 120 acres, p. o. Bryant. 
Sage, O, section 83, 80 acres, p. o. (ioose Lake. 
Smith, J, section 33, 40 acres, p. o. Goose J^ake. 
Simtaons, C, sections 7, 8, 70 acres, p. o. Goose Lake. 
Stoltenberg, A, section 35, 3 acres, p. o. Bryant. 
Smith, Patrick, sections 27, 34, iGO acres, p. o. Bryant. 
Svendsen, II, section 30, 200 acres, p. 0. Goose Lake. 
Todt, John, section 1, 240 acres. 
Tonsen, Peter, section 32, 93 acres, p. o. Goose Lake. 
Thompson, John, section 23, 80 acres, p. o. Bryant. 
Tierney, Thomas, sections 33, 34, 80 acres, p. o. Goose Lake. 
Thiedman, Jolni, section 29, 77 acres, p. o. Goose Lake. 
Voss, Fritz, section 35, 80 acres, p. o. Bryant. 
Wilson, John C, section 4, 100 acres, p. o. Bryant. 
Wilson, James, section 15, 280 acres, p. o. Bryant. 
Ward, William, sr, section 19, 160 acres, p. o. Goose Lake. 
Watts, Thomas, section 18, G88 acres, p. o. Goose Lake. 

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1' Watson & Campbell, section 3, IGO acres, p. o. Bryant, 

% Wohlenberg, L A, sections '22, 2S, 21), 210 acres. 

% Weise, O II, section 30, 80 acres, p. o. Bryant. 

|t Weice, J, section '3H, 10 acres, p. 0. Charlotte. ' . 

'^ Walker, Robert, section 1, 80 acres, p. 0. Bryant. 

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Anderson, Daniel, section 34, 39 acres, p. o. De AVitt. 

Arthnr, J N, sections 25, 2, 30, 30, 2i)0 acres, p. o. De Witt. 

Adams, Abram, section 12, 27 acres, p. o. De Witt. 

Arthur, John, section 30, 00 acres, p. o. De Witt. 

Arthur, William section 31, 79 acres, ]). o. De AVitt. 

Ames, G W, sections 28, 35, 33, 28, 21, 899 acres, p. o. De Witt. 

Arnold, W L, section 34, 6 acres, p. o. De Witt. 

Alexander, B F, sections 11,2, 199 acres, p. o. De Witt. 

Alison, R G, section 2, 5 acres, p. o. De Witt. 

Bowers <fc Lanagan, section 33, 40 acres, p. o. De Witt. 

Best Clothing at Buell & Boa.rdman's, Lyons, Iowa. 

Bartlett, James, section 2, acres, p. o. De Witt. 

Brown, D II, sections 11, 8, 18, 103 acres, p. o. De Witt. 

Bissell, A R, sections 7, 11, 08J aci-es, p. o. De Witt. 

Barber, Mary A, sections 20, 9, 171 acres, p. o. De Witt. 

Barr, R P and R V jr, section 12, 2 acres, p. o Do Witt. 
I Butler, A R, section 19, 42 acres, p. o. De Witt. 
I' Bownie, J D, sections 10, 9, IG, 17, 18, 12, 094 acres, p. o. De Witt. 

Bunell, Charles, section 2, 2 acres, p. o. De AVitt. 

Brownell, John, section 2, 103 acres, p. 0. De Witt. 

Bardwell, M B, sections 31, 1, 273} acres, p. o . De Witt. 

Bolta, Conrad, section 2, 4 acres, p. o. De Witt. 
I Burton, S R, section 12, 15 acres, p. o. De Witt. 

Butler, Mary M, sections 14, 11, 45 acres, p. o. De Witt. 

Buchanan, M R, sections 14, 11, 13, 98 acres, p. o. De Witt. 

Brown, Harrison, section 31, 119 acres, p. o. De Witt. 

Baird, Abner, section 13, 5 acres, p. o. De Witt. 

Burns, Bidett, sections 11, 12, 55 acres, p. o. De Witt. 

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Beclital. N M, section i;], lOii .icres, p. o. De Wilt. 
Burk, Joliii, sections 1, i;\ 58 aeres, p. o. I)e Witt. ';' 

Brown, J \V, section 18, 1 acre, p. o. T)e Witt. 

Bice, David, sections 3, 4, 8, 211 i acres, p o. 1 )e Witt. •■' 

Brogan, Francis, section lii, 7 acres, p. o. l)e Witt. ^ 

Burns, John, sections 1), 10, Ms acres, p o. i)e Witt. { 

^Betts, A, section 29, 85 acres, p. o. De Witt. 

Baird, N Y, section 11, 38 acres, p. o. De AVitt. '■■ 

Bracelin, John, 33, IG, 44 acres, p. o. De Witt. ' • 

Bairley, Henry, section 2, 1 acres, p. o. De Witt. ^ 

]Jarr, J Y, section 13, G acres, p. o. De Witt. 
Bolta, ][ W, section 12, 10 acres, p. o. De Witt. 
Bentou, Richard, sections 3, 4, 119 acres, p. o. De AVitt. 
Buttertield, T F, rj84 acres' p. o. De Witt. 
Cronan, Pliillip, section 18, 2-5 acres, p. o. De Witt. 
Carr, O C, sections 25, 30, 118 acnes, p. o. De Witt. 
Corbin, A, section 35, 158 acres, p. o. De AVitt. 

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Clark, Georg-e AV, sections 11, 10, 24, 18, 104 2-5 acres, p. o. De AVitt. 

Cotton, 8aleni, sections IG, 18, 12 2-5 acres, p. o. De Witt. 

Carr, Balis, section 38, 59 acres, p. o. De Witt. 

Conole, TJiomas, section'34, 77 acres, p. o. De Witt. 

Curry Joiin, section 13, 17i acres, p. o. De AVitt. 

Chirk, T \V, sections 17, 11, 4, 48 acres, p. o. De AVitt. 

Cornell, Hiram, section 17, 29, 80 acres, p. o. De Witt. 

Carr, L & G, sections 30, 31, 140 acres, p. o. De Witt. 

Christiansen, Ed, section 33, 77 acres, p. o. De Witt. 

Cross, B J, section 12, 40 acres, p. o. De Witt. 

Crook, J M, section 2, 5 acres, p. o. De Witt. 

Casey, Frank, sections 34, 12, 129 acres, p. o. De AVitt, 

Cornwell, James, section 34, If acres, p. o. De Witt. 

Cook, A G, section 35, 5 acres, p. o. De AVitt. 

■Clark, Judsou, section 18, 1-5 acre, p. o. Do AVitt. 

"Clement, Thomas, eection 9, 150 acres, p. o. De Witt. 

Cass, Eph, section 35, 3!t aeres, p. o. De Witt. 

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Ciissey, llebeec:i, section 7, H- acres, p. o. De Witt. 
Dunham, Eliza, sections 5, 9, 88 acres, p. o. De AVitt. 
Desmond, Micii, sectivuis 0, 7, 32, 12, 141 acres, p. o. De Witt. 
Drotlierby, James, section 2, 2 acres, p. o. De "Witt. 
Dorr, Ebenezer, section 25, 81 acres, p. o. De Witt. 
Davis, Jno F, section 7, 1 acres, p. o. De 'VVitt. 
D^ividson, \V A, section 12, 118 acres, p. o. De Witt, 
Dwire, Harry, section 2, 5 acres p. o. De Witt. 
^ Dignan, John, section 11, 5 acres, p. o. De Witt. 
Dean, Wm, section 2, 5 acres, p. o. De Witt. 
Dickensen, B F, section 30, 103 acres, p. o. De Witt. 
Dunham, John, section 2, 40 acres, p. o. o. De Witt. 
Davis, Jen, section 1, 3 acres p. o. De Witt. 
Day, J 11, section 32, 39 acres, p. o. De NVitt. 
Drew, David, section 34, 2 acres, p. o. De Witt. 
Dougherty, A, section 13, 5 acres, p. o. De Witt. 
Dwire, II, section 23, 118 acres, p. o. De Witt, 

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Evans, Norman, sections 6, 31, 12, 302 acres, p. o. De Witt. 
Evans, Mrs II, section 15, 7G acres, p. o. De Witt. 
Eggleston. Chas, section 13, 5 acres, p. o. De Witt. 
Evans, M D, section lo, 75 acres, p. o. De Witt. 
|, Eggleston, A D, section 15, 79 acres, p. o. De Witt. 
Eggleston, C A, section 10, 79 acres, ^. o. De Witt. 
Ellis, T II, section 34, 10 acres, p. o. De Witt. 
Fegan, J D, section ^, 18 acres, p. o. Clinton. 
Fuller, J II, section 17, 40 acres, p. o. De Witt. 
Fay, II A, sections 11, 2, 21 acres, p. o. De Witt. 

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Fuller, Wm, sections 20, 13, 12, 347 acres, p. o. De Witt, 18 acres in city. 

Foster, W II, section 26, 39 acres, p. o. De Witt. 

Foster, Jno C, section 26, 39 acres, p. o. De Witt. 

Floyd, Patrick, sections 7, 12, 40 acres, p. o. De Witt. 

FraukUn, J W, section 19, 3 acres, p. o. De Witt. 

Fluke, O G, section 26, 79 acres, p. o. same. 

Flannery, Barney, sections 29, 12, 23, 270 acres, p. o. same. 

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Gove, B F, section 11, 118 acres, p. o. De Witt. it 

Gaiulee, Geo B, sections 7, 12, 5 acres, p. o. s:une | 

Gibbon, Henry, section 34, GO acres, p. o. same. ;"* 

Ciandie, Samuel, sections 1, VI, 140 acres, p. o. same, .. | 

Gordon, A M, section 31. 4 acres, i). o. same. -i 

(Jillooly, M, sections 24, 19, 156 acres, p. o. same. ;i 

Gorman, Pat, sections 20, 32,235 acres, p. o. same. 

Goft', Moses, sections 1,3, 31, 146 acres, p. o. same. 

Gates, .J M, sections 2, 24, 23^ acres, p. o. same. sj 

CJrear, II, section 34, 2 acres, p. o. same. 

(iasli, II, section 34,2 acres, p. o. same. 

(Jrear, N S, sections 34, 36, 117 acres, p. o. same. 

Gilman, W S, section 2,70 acres, p. o. same. 

Grim, II, section 11, 4 acres, p. o. same. 

Gilmore, James, section 10, 1 acre, p. o. same. 

Gubbins, James, section 33, 80 acres, p. o. same. 

Ilogan, Jolm, section 11, 7>S acres, p. o. same. 

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Harrington, A L, sections 15, 16, 158 acres, p. o. same. 
Ilillinger, Wm, sections 25, 1, 168 acres, p. o. same. 
Harrison, A G, sections 8, 17, 262 acres, p. o. same. 
IleiUlen, James, section 24, 45 acres, p. o. same. 
][oran, Jno P, sections 0, 8, 34, 80 acres, p. o. same, 
nines IMartin, sections 19, 155 acres, p. o. same, 
Hover, J II, section 10, 156 acres, p, o. same. 
Ilobb, C T, sections 33, 9, 133 acres, p. o. same. 
Ilannum, W J, sections 23, 16, 2091 acres, p, o. same, 
Harrington, G II, sections 5, 6, 35, 7, 12, 355 acres, p. o. same. 
Hatfield, Thos, section 24, 2, 26, 23, 31, 834 acres, p. o. same. 
Ilangerford, E C, sections 12, 1, 01 acres, p. o. same, 
Harrington, N 8, section 7,161 acres, p, 0, same. 
Horton, S W, section 14, 77 acres, p. o. same. 
Hall, P E, section 2, 51 acres, p. o. some. 
Hall, W II, sections 23, 14, 74 acres, p. o. same. 
IHinter, Ozil, section 18, 10 acres, p. o. same. 

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Ilaskin, W II, sections 3(5, 1, 2, G, 209 acres, p. o. De Witt. 

Hines, Tlios, section 26, 79 acres, p. o. same. 
liV Holmes, Erastus, sections 25, 30, 24, 198 acres, p. o. same. 
g Ilannan, Peter, (section 7, If acres, p. o. same. 

Howes, Jno W, sections 20, 33, 118i acres, p. o. same. 
'^ llines, Bridget, section 35, 80 acres, p. o. same. 

Hunter, Asa, section 33, 77 acres, p. o. same. 
i, Holsaple, Mrs, sections 16, 11,43 acres, p. o. same. 

Hiittield, T A, sections 26, 27, 234 acres, p. o. same. 

Hatfield & Iliggins, section 23, 194 acres, p. o. same. 

Hey, Mrs M J, sections 2G,34, 117 acres, p. o. same. 

Harrington, S S, section 7, 115 acres, p. o. same. 

Hart, J & W, W>ciion 31, 79 acres, p. o. same. 
f Hanson, Chas, section 18, 45 acres, p. o. same. 

High, Wm, section 2, 5 acres, p. o. same. 

HI, Martin, section 35, 80 acres, p. o. same. 
1^, joues, John, section 11, 118 acres, p. o. same. 



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Jochim, II, section 34, 21 acres, p. o. same. 
James, Jno S, sections 23, 33, 34, 35, 30i Hcres, p. o. same. 
Jones, J W, section 1, 10 acres, p. o. same. 
Jagger, J W, section 13, 233i acres, p. o. same. 
Jones, Jonas, section 35, 8 acres, p. 0. same. 
Jones, F G, section 11. 79 acres, p. o. same. 
Jones, P C & C B, section 2, 79 acres, p. o. same. 
King, Joel, section 1, 17i acres, p, o. same. 
Knudson, Ole, section 13, 2 acres, J). 0. same. 
Kavanagh, John, section 12, 7 acres, p. o'. same. 
Kearney, Jans, sections 34, 2, 12, 205 acres, p. o. same. 
Kelley, Thos, sections 80, 31, 1, 35, 371 acres, p. o. same. 
Kirtley, Jas W, sections 31, 6, 346 acres, p. o. same. 
Kellogg, John, section 19, 5, 233} acres, p. o. same. 
Kellogg, Luther, sections 2, 12, 11, 163 acres, p. o. same. 
Kirkpatrick, li J, section 19, i acre p. o. same. 
Kiukaid, M A, sections 13, 11, 12, 79 acres, p. o. same. 

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Kimball, Wm, serlion 1, 17 acres, p. o. De Witt. 
J.aur, 8eth, sections IS, 12, 13, 211 acres, p. o. same. 
J^arge, Thos, sections 33, 24, 4,356 acres, p. o. same. 
Leach, E P, sections 19, 14, 13, 144 acres, p. o same. 
Lemon, D A, section 20, 156 acres, p. o. same. 
Lowery, John, section 2, 24 ncres, p. o. same. 
Lambertson, T W, section 30, 118 acres, p. o. same. 
Lepper, Ester, sections 86, 2, 66 acres, p. o. same. 
Lambertson, L P, section 35, 75 acres, p. o. same. 
Langan, Daniel, section 18. 1 acre, p. o. same. 
Layton, John, sections 5, 6, 31, 275 acres, p. o. same. 
Litchen, C, section 12, 111) acres, p. o. same. 
Jjarge, James, section 4, 78 acres, p. o. same. 
Litcher, L, section 4, 10^ acres, p. o. same. 
Lucy, John,-6ection 12, 5 acres, p. o. same. 
]jangan, Hugh, section 18, 2 acres, p. o. same. 
Langan, James A, section 12, 40 acres, p. o. same. 

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Mummy, .Sam, sections 15, 35, 88 acres, p. o. same. 
Mills, J C, section 14, 158 acres, p. o. same. 
McEIlatton, W, section 33, 77 acres, p. o. same. 
Meagher, M, sections 24, 25, 35, 245 acres, p. o. same. 
McLennhan, 11, sections 15, 16, 159 acres, p. o. same. 
McDevett, John, section 29, 14 acres, p. o. same. 
McDevett, David, sections 8, 5, 11, 163 acres, p. o. same. 
Mockeridge, George, sections 23, 13, 14, 109 acres, p. o. same. 
Malty, John, section 2, 6 acres, p. o. same. 
Morey, Ed, section 1, 80 acres, p. o. same. 
McConnell, Joseph, section 2, 2 acres, p. o. same. 
McHall, The, section 34, H acre, p. o. same. 
Mummy, Cath, section 21, 80 acres, p. o. same. 
McCarl, Freeman, section 23, 107 acres, p. o. same. 
McManus, Pat, sections 11, 12, 170 acres, p. o. same. 
McCullogh, Mrs, section 12, 12 acres, p. o. same. 
Meagher, Thomas, sections 25, 26, 118 acres, p. o. same. 

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Mockridge, TI C, sections 24, 5, 45 acres, p. o. De Witt. 
Miller, Anton, section 33, 79 acres, p. o. same. 
^IcDivitt, Ciiarles, section 1, 3 acres, p. o. same. 
Mayes, James S. section 2, 2 acres, p. o. same. 
McManus, James, sections 11, 20, 76 acres, p. o. same. 
Mangold, George II, sections 35, 1, 42 acres, p. o. same. 
Mangold, T S, eections 35, 2, 41 acres, p. o. same. 
McClennahan, S, section 18, 3f acres, p. o. same. 
McManus, Owen, section 12, 20 acres, p. o. same. 
McCausland, S S, section 11, 65 acres, p. o. same. 
Madden, William, section 19, 1 acre, p. o. same. 
McMahon, J, sections 29, 32, 200 acres, j). o. same. 
Maugan, P, section 2, 2 acres, p. o. same. 
Mumson, John, sections 34, 3, 23tacres, p. o. same. 
McLaughlin, Sonson, section 36, 129 acres, p. o. same. 
Merrill, N A, sections 11, 2, 18, 158 acres, p. o. same. 
Miller, Ernst, section 4, 45 acres, p. o. same. 

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Murray, Martin, section 26, 38 acres, p. o. same. 
Moran, James, section 1, 268 acres, p. o. Malone. 
Miller, W C, section 2, 16 acres, p. o. De Witt, 
McCollough, r, section 2, 20 acres, p. o. same. 
McDonald, Parker, sections 22, 34, 100 acres, p. o. same. 
McCabe, Mary, section 35, 40 acres, p. o. same. 
Nevin, Dennis, sections 32, 33, 100 acres, p. o. Hame. 
Nevill, Mrs A E, section 21, 240 acres, p. o. same. 
Nye, C M, sections 30, 19, 217 acres, p. o. same. 
Ordway, W, section 2, 4 acres, p. o. same. 
Oldg, S W, section 12, 26 acres, p. o. same. 
O'Neil, Jane, section 36, 80 acres, p. o. same. 
Pascal, George W, sections 14, 23, 29, 390 acres, p. o. same. 
Paul W "W, sections 10, 4, 93 acres, p. o. same. 
Pollock, John, aections 13, 34, 51 acres, p. o. same. 
Pruyne, Abram, section 24, 79 acres, p. o. same. 
Pruyne, D J, section 24, 79 acres, p. o. same. 

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Perry, J W, section 34, 4 acres, p. o. De Wilt. 

Pears, J G, section 18, f acre, p. o. same. , 

Pike, J M, sections 30, 1, V22i acres, p. o. same. ! 

Putnam, C E, section 35, 78 acres, p. o. same. 

Price, J II, sections 19, 2, 7 acres, p. o. same. 

Palmer, J A, section 13, 20 acres, p. o. same. 

Quick Dorsey, section 35, 33 acres, p. o. same. 

Rotb, Achilles, sections 25, 2(5, 203 acres, p. o. same. 

Rinchammer, K, section IG, 117 acres, p. o. same. 

Ratlije, John, section 2, 2 acres, p. o. same. 

Rogers, Robert, section 17, GOacl-res, p. o. same. 

Reed, Eliza, sections 19, 2, 31, 104 ncre^, p. o. Hame. 

Ryan, John, sections 1, 11, 2, 98i acres, p. o. same. 

Ryan, Thomas, section 9, 78 acres, p. 0. same. 

Riggs, M A, section 18, t acre, j). o. same. 

Robb, D & J, section 2, 8 acres, !>. o. same. 

Saddoitis, Samuel, section 14, 213 acres p. o. same. 

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JSeifort, George, section 33, 72 acres, p. o. same. 

Shearer^ Joseph, section 12, 79 acres, p. o. same. 

Shearer, John M, section 12, 39 acres, p. o. same. 

iSuiter, Fred, sections 24, 13, 15 acres, p. o. same. 

Smith, A 13, sections 24, 34, 995 aeres, p. o. same. 

Smith, R S, sections 30, 19, 29, 34, 217 acres, p. o. same. 

Seifert, W W, section 33, 82 acres, p. o. same. 

Steer, W B, section 13, 4 acr'^s, p. o. same. 

Smith, Hiram, section 30, 117 acres, p. o. same. 

Smith John, section 5, 119 acres, p. o. same. • " 

Shearer, Joseph, section 18, 57^ acres, p. o. same. 

Staggs, George D, sections 26, 24, 198 acres, p. o. same^ 

Saxton, John F, section 2, 38 acres, p. o. same. 

Saltmarsh, William, sections 1, 12, (>, 7, 203 aci-es, p. o. same. 

Sweet, Henry, sections 12, 4, 82 acres, p. o. same. 

Sivers, J J, section 35, 38i acres, p. o. same. 

Shockey, Eliza, section 34, p. o. same. 

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Smith, J A, section 4, 158 acres, p. o. De Witt. 

Smith, William, section 4, 15S acres, p. o. same. 

Seifert, Charles, section 33, 79 ucrt'S, p. o. same. 
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1^, Suiter, Cyrns, section 2'J, 55 acres, p. o. same. 

Smith, Walt, section 33, 38 acres, p. o. same. 

Stanley, Thomas, section 2, 2 acres, p. o. same. 

Smith, W S, section 30, 119 acres, p. o. same. 

Stephenson, George, section 17, 4-5 acre, p. o. same, 

Staffer, Eliza, section 3, 79 acres, p. o. same. 

Sholt, Joseph, jr, section 12, 10 acres, p. o. same. 

Smith, Mrs P J, section 24, 39 acres, p. o. same. 

Smith, James, section 35, 80 acres, p. o. same. 

Saunders, C W, section 12, 5 acres, p. o. same. 

Traver, Peter, section 15, 79 acres, p. o. same. 

Teueyck, W S, sections 20, 33, 34, 140| acres, p. o. same. 

Turner, Olive, section U, 40 acres, p. o. same. 



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Tritico, Harriet, section 24, 78 acres, p. o. same. 
Thatcher, Al, section 25, 40 acres, p. o. same. 
Thomas, J M, sections 14, 23, 85 acres, p. o. same. 
Turner, J L, section 2, 09 acres, p. o. same. 
Thoringtou, James, sections 35, 13, 53 acres, p. o. same. 
Tritis, E R, sections 14, 24, 39 acres, p. o. same. 
Thomas, Benson, section 12, 10 acres, p. o. same. 
Tamm, Henry, sections 25, 36, 2, 1021 acres, p. o. same. 
Volmer, Albert, section 8, 198 acres, p. o. same. 
Vickery, Sally, sections 36, 2, 30, 104 acres, p. o. same. 
Vickery, Sarah, sections 36, 2, 46j acres, p. o. same. 
Vickery, William, sections 36, 2, 46f acres,p. o. same. 
Vickery, Nelson, sections 36, 2, 44i acres, p. o. same. 
Vickery, Alice, sections 36, 2, 46| acres, p. o. same. 
Verstreet, Aug, sections 3, 35, 160 acres, p. o. same. 
Work & Carr, section 25, 25 acres, p. o. same. 
i White, John, sectjoi/ 12, 10 acres, p. o. same. 



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Wilcox, J L, sections 84, 11, 41 acres, p. o. De Witt. 

Wulbridge, 11, sections 28, '2, 5!) acres, p. o. same. 

Worlv, Henry, section 19, 88 acres, p. o. same. 

Worlv, Alexander, seciion 19, 100 acres, p. o. same. 

Wheeler, Loring, sections 16, 17, 2V6i acres, p. o. same. 

Weston, Henry, sections 12, 7, 36, 2, 238 acres, p. o. same. 

Walrod, Hiram, sections 2G, 35, 851 acres, p. o. same. 
j Wallace, A M, sections 22, 38, 190 acres, p. o. same. 
ii West, Ed ifc Son, sections 23, 2, 21, 288 acres, p. o. same. 
fe Weise, Leopold, section 2, 3 acres, p. o. same. 
', Weise, Paul, section 24, 158 acres, p. o. same. 

Wallace, A G, section 22, 90 acres, p. o. same. 
, Wallace, Mrs J^, sections 27, 34, 149 acres, p. o. same. 
t Wells, Alexander, section 3, 79 acres, p. o. same. 
|; Willis, Josiah, section 18,' 2 2-5 acre, p. o. same. 

Wendelboni & Johnson, section 19, 2-5 acre, p. o. same. 

"Wood, E H, section 18, 4-5 acre, ]). o. same. 

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J Wallace, George \V, sections 82, 31, 116 acres, p. o. same. 
Walrod, Abe, section 7, 12 acres, p. o. same. 

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]^ Ames, George W, section 8G, 152 acres, p. o. De Witt. 

Rirnaby, William, sr, section 22, 10 acres, p. o. Low Moor. 

Benham, Tlmmas, sections 9, 16, 160i^ acres, p. o. Camanche. 
I? liuttertield, D G, section 25, 79 acres, p. o. De Witt. 
|; Bowers, II, sections 6, 21, 320 acrest p. o. Low Moor. 
I Bander, Samuel, sections 6, 81, 37U acres, p. o. Low Moor. 

Bower, Thomas, lJ20i acres, p. o. Low Moor. 

Barry, Edward, seciion 8, 80 acres, p. o. De Witt. 
.? Bahrenfus, Paul, sections 1, 18, 102J acres, p. o. Malone. 
I Barnaby, William, jr, section 27, 97i acres. 
I Berryman, S, section 22, 77 acres, p. o. Clinton. 
( Beers, H G, sections 9, 10, 78 acres p. 0. Elvira. 
. Buckley, J, section 18, 89 acres, p. o. Clinton. 

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Berkinsliaw, George, section 8, 198 acres, p. o. J.ow Moor. 

Brazell, Squire, section 23, li acre, p. o. J^ow Moor. - .x 

Carapbell, Robert, sections 3, 10, 114 acres, p. o. Low Moor. % 

Cranipton, Ueujamin, section IG, 70 acres, p. o. J^ow JMoor. ■, % 

Cranipton, William, sections 10, 17, 210 acres, p. o. Low Moor. §4 

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Cousins, William, sr, 48(5 acres, p. o. Low Moor. "^^ 

Coffman, N \\^ sectit>ns 5, 18, 32, 174 acres, p. o. Camanche. 'jpi. 

Cope, William, sections 5, 8, 17, 300 acres, p. o. Camanche. ' y 

CliilJs, Henry, sections 30, 31, 32, 384i acres, p. o. Low Moor. ■if''" 

Cross, B J, sections 1, 7, 18, 178} acres, p. o. Malone. ■$ 

Clement, J, section 13, 158 acres, p. 0. JNIalone. 

Crampton, John, section 17, 80 acres, p. o. Low Moor. 

Cleveland, II, section 3, SO acres, p. o. Camanche. '#; 

Carpenter^ Homer, sections 10, 15, 272 acres, p. o. Comanche. -|j. 

Cope, John, section 8, 39 acres, p. o. J^ow Moor. v 

Driser, Pliil, sections 18, 19, 136 acres, p. o. Malene. ' %, 

Disney, Charles, section 18, 120 acres, p. o. Malone. 



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Dannatt, B C, section 9, 199 acres, p. o. Low Aloor. 

Dannatr, Benjamin, sections 15, 21, 29, 299 acres, p. o. Low Moor. 

Draper, William, section 18, 85 acres, p. o. Clinton. 

Dann, George, sections C, 7, 131i acres, p. o. J^ow Moor. 

Davidson, AV A, section 7, 23G acres, p. o. Malone. 

Daniels, 8 B, section 7, 147 acres, p. o. Malone. 

Draper, Henry, section 18, 19i acres, p. o. ]\Ialone. 

Dannatt, Thomas, sections 15, 27, 28, 34, 417 acres, p. o. Low Moor. 

Daniuitt, T & J, section 28, 312 acres, p. o. Low Moer. 

Dannatt, John, section 15, 15 acres, p. o. Low Moor. 

Dl.-3npy, W, section 1, 40 acres, p. o. Elvira. 

Davy, AVilliain, section 25, 79 acres, p. o. Malone. 

Dannatt, T B, sections 9, 10, 15, 949 acres, p. o. Low Moor. 

Dannatt, II J, section 8, 2741 acres, p. o. Low Moor. 

Everett, William, section IG, 79 acres, p. o. Low Aloor. 

Everett, John, section IG, 79 acres, p. o. Clinton. 

Everett, John & William, section 17, 119 acres, p. o. Low Moor. 

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East, Ilenry, section 7, p. o. J^ow ^foor. 
Freeman, iJetsey, soctioiis i'..'). ;.(>, 2;i7 kck-s, ]>. o. Malone. 
FoUett, Vv'illam D, sceLiojis 10. lo, J>)fj acres, !>. u. (jamanche. 
Follett, M M, Hcctiitii U), 11 li acrcss, p. o. Caniaiiclie. 
Fnilic, E K, Kcclinii ;;, 15i; acres, p. o. J^ow ilour. 
Fatchett, John, section 4, p. o. Jvow Aloor. 
Farnsworth, II, section 9, 8Ui acres, p. o. Canianche. 
Fink, Edwin, section 3, 101 acres, p. o. Low Moor. 
Grohohes, J, section li8, 79 acres, p. o. Malone. 
Hill, Thomas, section 29, 15(3 acres, p. o. J^ow Moor. 
Holly, 8ol, section 32, 157 acres, p. o. Low Moor. 
Housen, Richard, section 32, 154 acres, p. o. Low Moor. 
Hall, B B, sections 4, G, KiOJ acres, p. o. Camanche. 
Ilaskill, J L, section 34, 38 acresp. o. Low Moor. 
Hall, P V, section 13, 158 acres, p. o. Clinton. 
Hmman, D, section 27, GG* acres, ]>. o. Low Moor. 
Hammond, B B, sections 7, 8, 87 acres, p. o. Malone. 



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Hardy, W B, section 9, 103 acres, p. o. Low Moor. 
Hardy, S A, section 9, 111 5 acres, p. 0. J^ow Moor, 
Hardy, E A, section 9, luU acres, p. o. Low Moor. 
Hardy, S S, sections 9, 10, 123 acres, p. o. J^ow Moor. 
Hart, W R, sections 3, 4, 206 acres, p. 0. Camanche. 
Ileilman, J M, section 34, 77 acres, p. 0. Canianche. 
Holcomb, Mrs C E, p. 0, Low Moor. 
Iloldorf, T, section 1, 107^ acres, p. o. Camanche. 
Hoadley, RB, sections 7, 8, 17. 19G} acres, p. o. Camanche. 
Hill, P W, section 5, 77 acres, p. o. Low Moor. 
Haskell, J, section 23, 5 acres, p. o. Low Moor. 
Ireland & Yonng, section 15, 40 acres, p. o. Camanche. 
Imes, R, section 27, 79 acres, p. 0. Low Moor. 
Jamieson, E, section 9, fiOA acres, p. o. Camanche. 
Jones, Chas, section G, 70 acres, p. o. Low Moor. 
Kistner, Chas, section 34, 154 acres, p. o. Low Moor. 
Ivelley, Adam, section 10, 11 ; acres, p. o. Elvira. 



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Kelley, S S, section U, 40 acres, p. o. Elvha. 

]^:ulwig, .Sam, secUou 'M, 78 acres, p. o. Caiiiaiielie. 

Litcher, C, section l.'J, 80 acres, p. 0. Maloue. •' ^ ' ■ 

Lancaster, Jiio, section 10, 15U acres, p. o. Low Moor. 

I'IcCone, Tlios, sections 17, 29, 83, 237 acres, p. o. Low Aloor. ■ > '•• 

INIiller, Wni C, section 24, 189 acres, p. o. Malooe. 

Muhs, Harry, section 29, 195J acres, p. o. Caniaiiclie. ■; 

:Mo\vers, L, section ol, 25 acu'es. ii^ ^ 

IMuliiolland, I'at, sections 8, 7, 78 acres, p. o. LOlW Moor. 

Mudgett, J E, sections 23, 26, 27, 287 Low JSIoor. ; 

Miller, ]\Irs E, section 3, 77 acres, p. 0. Low Moor. 

McDaniel, E, section 17, 4U acres, p. o. Clinton. 

Newmarch, Thos, section 34, 18i acres, p. o. Low Moor. 

Nelson, Amos, section 23, i acre, p. o. IjOW Moor. 

Otto, Mxs J E, sections 24, 25, 284i acres, p. o. J^ow Moor. 

Oatman, A G, section 24, 145 acres, p. o. Malone. ■; 

Pape, Justin, section 18, 13 acres, p. 0. Malone. 

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Pearson, (ieo, sr, 370 acres, p. o. Jvow Moor. 

Eelham, (', 4*^" Hcres, p. 0. JNlalone. 

Paul, D 11, section 1.'!, IGO acres, p. o, Malone. 

Pooler, T, section 10, p. o. ]\Ialone. 

Purinton, D B, section 4, 229 acres, p. o. Low Moor. 

Payne Eros, section 5, 158 acres, p. o. J^ow Moor. 

Quick, Dorsey, sections 1,7, 36, 307 acres, p. o. Canianche. 

Russell, Thos, sectioji 31, 104 acres, p. o. Canianche. 

Record, C, section 36, 155 acres, p. o. Camanche. 

Riner, Phelani, sections 30, 25, 118 acres, p. o. Camanche. 

Rice, D C, sections 19, 30, 27(i acres, p. o. Low JNIoor. 

Slaughter, A, section 25, 39.V acres, p. o. Malone. 

Stall], (', sections 7, 18, 183 acres, p. o. Camanche. 

Schuyler, P J, sections 15, 22, G9 acres, p. u. Low Moor. 

Smith, W J, sections 9, 10, 357 acres, p. o. Elvira. 

Smith, Win, sr, section 16, 79 acres, p. o. Elvira. 

Smith, D B, sections 5, 6, 119 acres, p. o. Low Moor. 

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Stix & Co, section 15, 138 acres, p. o. J.ow Moor. 
1 Smith, E & E, section 34, 'dl\ acres, p o. Low Moor. 

Steer, 11, sections li, 7, 2(j9 acres, p. o. Camanclie. 

Townsend, E II, sections 7, 8, 216 acres, p. o. ISIalone. 
¥ Townsend, James, section 2-1, 158 ucre.4, p. o. Clinton. 

Tallman, J 11, sections 10, 15, 119 acres, p. o. Caraanche. 

Tate, J no, sections 3, 17, 18, 15(5 acres, p. o. Low Moor, 
[' Tensfield, II, section 1, 05 acres, p. 0. Camanclie. 

Tenhart, Clias, section 18, 115 acres, p. o. Malone. 

Van Epps, J V, sections 31, 33, 442i acres, p. o. Low Moor. 

Vandevere, Jno J, section 27, 79 acres, p. o. l.i0W Moor. 

Walsh, Antoine, section 33, 154 acres, p. o. Clinton. 

Winue, L D, sections 30, 31, 3361 acres, p. o. Low Moor. 
i Waterbury, J, sections 4, 15, 166 acres, p. o. Camanche. 

Willett, J II, section 4, 78 acres, p. o. J^ow J\[oor. 

Willett, O V, section 31, 20 acres, p. o. Low Moor. 

Wilcox, J L, sections 24, 1, 60 acres, p. o. Low JMoor. 



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Walls, Geo, section 5, 79 acres, p. o. Camanche. 
Walls, Chas, section 5, 39 acres, p. o. Clinton. 
Walls, Frier, section 5, 40 acres, p. o. Low. Mopr. 
Woolwortli, Mrs E, section 17, 80 acres, p. o. Low Moor. 
Winters, Joseph, section 8, 198 acres, p. o. Elvira. 

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Anderson, A, sections 6, 5, 243 acres, p. o. Teeds Grove. 

Atwood, II li, sections 19, 2'.J, 30,387 acres, p. o. Bryant. 

Allen, George, seciion 26, 158 acres, p. 0. Lyons. 

Aude, Christian, .section 32, 1G2 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Aikman, Alex, section 20, 38 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Babcock, C, section 30, 107i acres, p. o. Almont. 

Boyd, J K, section 17, 55 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Bodie, Edward, sections 1, 3, 4, 12, 34U acres, p. o. Teeds Grove. 

Baird, Mary, sections 15, 28, 1241 acres, p. o. Teeds Grove. 

Brown, E, section 11, 20 acres, p. o. Teeds Grove. 



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Bertleseii, A (i, sictians -1, o, Ki acres, p. o. Tnul.s (iniVd. 
Bruhn, Otto, scclinii (5, 71 jkmcs, |». o. Aiih^s. .■^' 

Burke, ICduiuiiil, siTlion :!;), ^■',[ ;i('r(s, ,). o. L'rytiiit. B-: 

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Baird, Isaac, St'ctioii lis, of»l- acic-s, p. d. Lyons. 
Benson, J 1), swtiou 3, TTaci'cs, p. o. TimmIs Grove. 
Bannick, Peter, sr, section S, 5l) acres, p. o. Teeds (irove. 
}3eathy, Clias, secticnis 13, 24, 21f5 acres, p. o. Mead. 

Brown, ^V, section 9, o9 acres, p. &. Teeds tirove. ,.(j['^ 

Boster, Jacob, sections 28, 7, 82 acres, p. o. Almont. ■^. 

Bedford, E, section 17, -1 acres. % 

Briieggen, J, section 22, 2 acres, p. o. Almont. ^p: 

Bingham, A J, section 13, 5 acres, p. o. Mead. ^ 

Behrens, Carl, section 20, 77 acres, p. o. ]5ryant. v';* 

Bartlett,"C, section 1, 10 acres. • ' |- 

Bensen, P M, section 16, 77 acres. vf.' 

Brookinan, W. section 17. 38 acres. 



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Burke, Wm, section 2'J, 5()'} acres, ]>. o. Bryant. 

Calderwood, Thos, sections 15, 17, 22, 257 acres, p. o. Alrnont. 

Cobert, James, sections 32, 33, 198 acres, p. o. Jlryant. 

Cross, Maitin, section 1, 20 acres. 

Chtttester, A, section 17, 38.i acres, p. o. Bryant. 

Cook, A II, sections 4, 5, 175 acres, p. o. Sabnla. 

Cooper, Sam'l, sections 17, 20, 110 acres, p. o. Bryant. 

Cole, Peter, sections 10, 11, 12U acres, p. o. Teeds Grove. 

Clifton, \V C, sections 12, 13, 209 acres, p. o. Teeds Grove. 

Cold, Terd, sections 2, 3, 297 acres, p. 0. Teeds Grove. 

Confare, David, section 8, 2 acres. 

Ciirson & Rand, sections 22, 27, 295 acres, p. 0. Almont. 

Carville, Wm, sections 8, 1,7,32, 33, 12U acres, p. 0. Bryant. . 

Doyle, Jno, sr, sections 5, 6, 3012 acres, p. o. Miles. 

Darling, W R, section 18, 157 acres, p. o. Bryant. 

Darling, C P, sections 15, 16, 17, 114 acres, p. o. Teeds Grove. 

Darling, P W, sections 16, 17, 188 acres, p. o. Teeds Grove. 

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Detterman, Henry, section 20, 30 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Determan, W C, section 34, 22U acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Dohrmann, Hans, sections 3S, 34, 118 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Dogle, Jolm, jr, sections 6, 8, 17, 'JU acres. 

Dunliam, W II, sections IG, 31, 120(3 acres, Teeds Grove. 

Davis, ilyron, sections 4, 5, 113 acres, p. o. Miles. 

Darling, Wm, section 17, 20 acres, p. o. Teeds Grove. 

Dohrmann, August, sections 10, 12, 192 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Dirks, F E, section 30, loO acres, p. o. Bryant. 

Eskelsen, Andreas, section 23, 39 acres, p. o. Almont. 

Esgate, B, section 1, 22 acres, p. o. Almont. 

Eggers, Jurgen, sections 35, 8, IGl acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Frahm, Peter, sections 9, 8, 12, 177 acres, p. o. Teeds Grove. 

Fovargue, Daniel, sections 18, 19, 228 acres, p. o. Almont. 

Forrest, Geo, section 7, 38, p. o. Teeds Grove. 

Forrest, Chas, sections 7,8, 10, 309 acres, p. o. Teeds Grove. 

Fidler, C, section 9, 4 acres, p. o. Teeds Grove. 



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Fincti, A M, section 8, 5 acres, p. o. Teeds Groye. 

Fegan, J D, section 16, 17, 200 acies, p. o. Clinton. 

Fricky, Eph, section 30, 157 acres, ]). o. Bryant. 

Feddersen & Luiid, section 10, i acre, p. o. Teeds Grove. 

Gilshanien, Thos, sections 8, 14, 193i acres, p.o. Mead. 

GalTney, James, sections 7, 8, 157 acres. * 

Griswold, G A, sections 7, 9, 24, 138 ^ acres, p. o. Mead, 

Green, Geo F, section 7, 40 acres, p. o. Mead. 

Getty, Agn€S, sections 35, 17, 43 acres, p. o, Lyons. 

Gates, II B, section 20, 10 acres, p. o. ]3ryant. 

Gabeaur, Wm, section 30, 65 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Gabelhirt, Hans, section 6, 70 acres, p. 0. Miles. . . 

Gehlsen,Carslen, sections 17, 27, 123 acres, p. o. Almont. 

Grimm, Jno, sections 34, 35, 135 acres, p. o. Lyons. • 

Gordon, Geo, section 8, 96 acres, p. o. Teeds Grove. 

Greenleaf & Flanagan, section 8, 61 acres, p. o. Teeds Grove. 

Ilollis, John, sections U, 12, 14, 676i acres, p. o. Teeds Grove. 

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Ilelfert, Geo, 181 ;icres. 

Harrison, A G, seciiuns 15, 21, 2S, 3;i3 acres, p. o. Bryant. 

Horner, Robt, section 31, 80 acres, p. o, Brj'ant. 

Howard, N J3, (est.) sections 18, 20, 87 aci-es. ;,.> ' ■, 

Hansen, Otto, sections, 5 acres, p. o. Bryant, ' '' 

Hess, David, section 20, 34 acres, p. 0. Lyons. ' .' 

Hanna, AVm, section IG, 4 acres p. o. Teeds Grove. 

Helfert, Adam, sections 17, 18, 91 acres, p. o. Bryant. 

Haley, James, section 29, 116 acres, p. o. Bryant. 

Hnebner, Hans, sections 11, 12, 78 acres, p. o. Teeds Grove. 

Ingwersen, H C, sections 8, 17, 19, 1G7 acres, p. o. Bryant. 

Ingwersen, C H, sections 30, 21, 275 acres, p. o. Bryant. 

Ingwersen, August, sections 15, 16, 10 acres, p. o. Teeds Grove. 

Johnson, Moses, section 26, 79 acres, p. o. Almont. 

Johnson,- Eliz, sections 13, 17, 10 acres, p. o. Mead. 

Jarclion, Wm, sections 9, 16, 115 acres, p. o. Teeds Grove. 

Joest, Ferdniand, section 33, 80 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

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Jolmson, Alfred, .section 9, 52 acres, p. o. Teeds Grove. 

Jepsen, Peter, section 5, 32 acres. 

Jepsen, John, sections 8, 16, 127 acres, p. o. Teeds Grove. 

Joyce, David, 736 acres, j). o. Lyons. 

Joens, Claus, section 15, 154 Teed's Grove.- 

Jost, Josepli, section 6, 7, 118 acres p. 0. Lyons. 

Jackson, Jarvis, 286 acres, p. o. Almont. 

Kramer, Jolm, section 18, 98 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Kimball, N L, section 7, 40 acres, p. o. Teed's Grove. 

Koch, Daniel, sections 5, 6, 8, 11, 397 acres, p. o. Teed's Grove. 

Kitching, Thomas, section 17, 6 aeres. 

Knowles, Robert, sections 5, 6, 7, 8, 440 acres, p. o. Teed's Grove. 

Klinge, C, section 10, 157 acres, p. o. Teed's Grove. 

Kimball, N A, sections 4, 12, 90 acres, p. 0. Miles. 

Kitching, Charles, sections 13, 18, 56i acres, p. o. Mead. 

Kimball, ]j F, sections 1, 3, 4, 12, 154 acres, p. o. Teed's Grove. 

Leonard James, section 1, 40 acres, p. o. Teed's Grove. 

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LuDge, (', sections 1(5, 17, 'M acres, p. o. Teed's Grove. 
'^ Langford, C E, sections lU, 24, 25, Adl acres, p. o. Teed's (Jrove. 
t Lampe, Henry, section 20, 30 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Lyall, William, section 12, 40 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Lange Fred, section 7, I'Jl ]Jryant. 

Langhlin Tat section 1(3, 16 acres, p. o. Bryant. 

jMiller, Arthur, section 20, 9 acres, j). o. Lyons. 

McGrath, John, sections 11, 14, 1',, u7 acres, p. o. Teed's Grove. 

McGrath, Jlugh, sections 11, 14, 15, 97 acres, p. o. Teed's Grove. 

McKetterick, James, sections 19, 8, 102 acres, p, o. Bryant. 

JMiller, William sections 21, 25, 20, 30, 412 Lyons. 

McFarlan, A Y, sections 13, 14, 20, 34(j acres, p. o. Mead, 

Mulligai) John, section 4, 88 acres, p. o. Miles. 

Munger, Llary, sections 3, 4, 11, 237 acres, p. o. Teed's Grove. 

Miller, CJriflith, sections 21, 25, 26, 122 acres, p. o. Almont. 
j. McGrady, Michael, section 33, 79 acres. 
!j_ Mturon, Patrick, 310 acres. * 



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Moehr, John, sections 8, 34, 125 acres, p. 0. Lyons. 
McClintock, Frank, sections 17, 35, 36, 230 acres, p. o. Lyons. 
Meldensteiu, Nic, section 8, 1 acre, p. o. Mead. 
McElroy, Joseph, section 7, 20 acres, i). o. Mead. 
Millielm, Aug, section 8, 5 acres, p. o. Mead. 
Manning, M, section 18. 78 acres, p. o. Jiiyant. 
McMahon, Hugh, sections 29, 32, 20 acres, p. o. Lyons. 
Michelson, Hans, sections 11, 12, 159 acres, p. o. Teed's Grove. 
Muldoon, S & J sections 20, 29, 198 acres, p. o. Mead. 
Meyer, N & A, sections 31, 30, 224 acres, p. o. Lyons. 
Murphy Thomas, section 19, 78 acres, p. o. Almont. 
McCord, John section 28, 116 acres, p. o. Almont. 
Naeve, John, 269 acres, p. 0. Lyons. 
Naeve, Franz, sections 9, 26, 27, 201 acres, p. o. Lyons. 
Naeve, Peter, sections 17, 20, 158 acres, p. o. Lyons. 
Naeve, F P, sections 5, 27, 28, 198 acres, p. o. Lyons. 
Nizsen, Peter, section 18, 1 acre, p. o. Mead. 



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O'Neill, John, section 12, 87 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Porter, Edward, sections 15, 20, 2'2, 123 acres, p. o. Aluiont. 

Polley, Ilirani, sections L'3, 7, 116 acres, p. o. Almont. 

Prussing, J, section 1, 30 acres, p. o. Elk Uiver. 

Pero, Antonia, section 17, 30 acres, p. o. Elk River. ' ' 

Petersen, J, sections 0, 1, 121 acres, p. o. Elk lliver. 

Petersen, Ilans, sections 1, li, lOiJ acres, p. o. Teed 'a Grove. 

Petersen, Peter, section 1, 10, 15, 289 acres, Teed's Grove. 

Petersen, D, section 9, 10, 229 acres, p. o. Teed's Grove. . 

Perido, Leo, sections 8, 17, 28 acres, p. o. Elk Kiver. 

Polley, Oscar, sections 23, 17, 90 acres, p. o. Ahnont. ■ 

Quartz Ered, sections 29, 30, 102 acres, p. o. Aliuont. 

Eogan, P, section 31, 25 acres. 

Roeh, John, [section 1, 85 acres, p. o. Elk lliver 

Rogers, William, sections 20, 21, 154 acres, p. 0. Bryant. 

Rogers, II, section 35, 80 acres, p. o. Lyons. ' , 

Rogers, J^ F, sections 21, 8, 24 acres, p. 0. Lyons. 

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Reynolds P, sections 19, 30, 29, 30, 715 acres, p. o. Mead. 

Ritzliaupt, B, section 7, 39 acres, p, o. Elk River. 

Ratlije, Christian, section 6, 80 acres, p. o. Elk River. 

Rockrohr, J, sections 22, 28, 74 acres, p. o. Bryant. 

Russell, S P, section 12, 15 acres. 

Rogers, Thomas, sections 28, 20. 79 acres, p. o. Bryant. 

Shadduck, Seth, 23, 19, 21, 80 acres, p. o. Almont. 

Shadduck, David, sections 21, 13, 17, 343 acres, p. o. Almont. 

Shadduck, Levi, sections 30, 31, 30, 17, 380^ acres, p. o. Almont, 

Shadduck, Mark, section 8, 2 acres, p. o. Almont. 

Shadduck, Keith, sections 3G, 5, 117 acres, p. o. Almont, 

Stockwell, ]\I A, section 19, 80 acres, p. o. Mead. 

Sclmetzi, Fred, section 18, 31 acres, p. o. Ahnont. 

Sewell, James, sections 30, 8, 22, 19, 343 acres, p. o. Bryant. 

Smith, Jane, 30, 17, 47 i acres, p. o. Almont. 

Smiley, William, section 15, 129 acres, p. o. Teed's Grove. 

Small, Josiah, sections 15, 10, 210 acres, p. o. Teed's Grove. 

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Stiimbaugli, John, section 8, 157 acres, p. o. Teetl's Gr,'>ve. 

Smith, John G, 31, 17, 2U1 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

ywiclie, Herman, sections 21, 16, 20, 204 acres, p. o. Bryant. 

Schrader, Christ, 33, 198 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Jseemann, ILans, sections 34, 17, 120i acres, p. o. J^yons. 

Stewart, George, sections 7, 15, 132 acres, p. o. Teed's Grove. 

Swaney, James C, sections 18, 16, 11, 253 acres, p. o. Bryant. 

Schraeder, John, 29 32, 117 acres, p. o. Bryant. 

Schwendsen, Ed, section 31, 78 acres, p. o. Bryant. 

Schwarz, Nicholas, section 9,. 8 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Smiley, Johanna, sections 15, 21, 17, lib acres, p. o. Teed's Grove. 

Sullivan, James, section 31, 15G acres, p. o. Bryant. 

Schmidt, John, section 23, 17, 122 acres. 

Small & Thomas, sections 15, 16, 36 acres, p. o. Teed's Grove. 

Sclmmann, Henry, section 18, 10 acres. 

Sullivan, John, section 19, 89i acres. ' -. 

Troch, S M, section 8, 79 acres, p. o. Elk Elver. 

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Thyme, Mary, sections 33, 32, 119 acres. 

Thompson, John, section 17, 5 acres. 

Thede, Thomas, section 8, 34 acres p. o. Elk Kiver. 

Troh, Hans, section 18, 76 acres, p. o. Almont. 

Troh, Henry, section 17, 78 acres, p. o. Almont. 

VoUbehr, Fred, section 5, 79 acres, p. o. Sabula. 

Vialle, L, section 16, G acres. 

Walker, Eobert E, section 2, 272 acres, p. o. Teed's Grove. 

Walker, Jerry, sections 4, 8, 163 acres, p. o. Teed's Grove. 

Williamson, George, sections 17, 16, 147 acres, p. o. Teed's Grove. 

Watson, Alexander, sections 19, 20, 155 acres, p. o. Bryant. 

Williams, William, sections 31, 32, 576 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Wilson, Mathew, sections 35, 36, 25, 8, 8, 16, 30, 350 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Wilson, Henry, section 18, 79 acres, p. o. Bryant. 

Will, John, section 15, 8 acres, p. o. Teed's Grove. 

Wenzel & Watkins, sections 13, 131 acres, p. o. Bryant. 

Wood & Struve, sections 7, 18, 12, 338 acres, p. o. Elk Eiver. 

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Walker, "Williams, sections 3, 16, 200 acres, p. o. Teed's Grove. ■ 

Walker, Kobevt, sections 6, 1, 199 acres, p. o. Miles, ~ 

Walker, John, section 1, 10 acres. 

Wilson, William, section «, 120 acres, p. 0. Bryant, ^ ';' 

Wegner, John, section 17, 30 acres. ' " I 

Zaizer, Adam, section 20, 79 acres, p, 0. Ahnont. 

Zimnier, Lewis, 9, 11, 10, 110 acres, p. 0. Teed's Giove. v 

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Ashpole, John, sections 32, 33, 120 acres, p. o. Lyons. 
Albright, B, section 20, 80 acres, p. o. Lyons. 
Adams, L 1\ sections 34, 33, 204 acres, p. o. Lyons. 
Bessington, Jno, section 31, 80 acres, p. o. Charlotte, 
Blessington, Thil, sections 31, 9, 143 acres, p. o. Lyons. 
Buell, Elijah, section 35, 100 acres, p. o. Lyons. 
Boyd, J R, sections 2, 11, 200 acres, p. o. Lyons 
Babbington, Wm, heirs, sections 4, 5, 80 acres. 

P. S. Towie buys for cash and sells cheap, Clinton, Iowa. 

Beers, S A, sections 29, 8, 23 acres, p. o. J^yons. 
Botts, Peter, sr, section 9, 140 acres, p. o. Lyons, 
Beck, Glaus, sections 19, 30, 100 acres, p. o. J^yons, 
Bowman, Jacob, section 10, 40 acres, p. o. Lyons. 
Byers, George, section 1, 50 acres, p. o. Lyons. 
Behrens, J tr, section 14, 94i acres, p. o. Lyons. 
Bock, Hans, section 0, 80 acres, p. o. Lyons. 
Conner, Patrick, section 30, 100 acres, p. o. Lyons. 
Cmmingham, M, section 20, 22 acres, p. o. Lyons. 
Cleveling, G W, section 20, 240 Lyons, 
(jook, J B, sections 11, 2, 12, 320 acres, p. o. Lyons. 
Cunningham, John, sections 2, 7, S4i acres, p. o. Lyona. 
Cooper, Rob't B, section 32, SO acres, p. o. Lyons. 
Cosman, Mary, section I, 80 acres, p. 0. Lyons, 
Closeman, Anton, section 11, 40 acres, p. 0. Lyons. 
Clausen, J II, section 21, 10 acres, p. o. Lyons. 
Clausen, Peter, section 2, 7 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

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Dierks, Peter, sections 10, 2G, 23, 27, 885S acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Detterinan, J J, sections lU, 11, oOO acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Detterman, Clems, sections 1-5, 14, 3(10 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Deternian, Henry, sections 15, 14, 280 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Doherty, James, section 27, 15M acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Doherty, Pat'k, section 33, 20 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Dolan, Tat, si^ction 34, 40 acres, ]). 0. Lyons. 

Doherty, John, section 33, 20 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Droste, Heraaid, section?, 80 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Dierks, Jolm, sr. sections Ki, 21, 20, 15, 22, 510 acres, p. o. Lyon«, 

Dolan, Martin, sections 8, 7, 200 acres, \). o. Lyons. 

Dethnian, Clans, section 17,5 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Dierks, .John, jr, section 22, 80 ai.-res, p. o. Lyons. 

DntTy, Michael, section 20, 100 acres, i». 0. Lyons. 

Dierks, Hans, section 31, 120 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Determan, John, section 10, 40 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Detterman, II II, section 15, 80 acres, p. o. Lyons. 



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Doherty, Michael, sections 33, 28, 100 acres, p. o. LyonB. 

Everhart, Nick, section 4, .50 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Eggers, Hans, section 10, 135 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Ehlers, IIaiis,sr, sections 28, 21, 10, 300 acres, p. o. Lyons, 

Eggers, Peter, section 3, 100 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Folknran, Chas, sections 9, 4, 7l)i acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Finch, Chas, sections 22, 23, 20, 482 acres, p. o. Lyons, 

Earner, John, section 20, 40 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Fox, Pat S, section 9, GO acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Fox, John, section 9, 00 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Gavin, Philip, sections 17, 16, 240 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Gill, Patrick, section 23, 106i acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Getty, A, section 2, 120 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Garizar, Thos, section 30, lOO acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Greve, John, section 5, 120 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Glahn, John, section 19, 100 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Gray, O 8, sectioiis 34, 35, 100 acres, p. o, Lyons. 



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Greve, Peter, section 2, 2* acres, p. o, Lyons. 
Gill, D E, sections 2:5, 14, 40 Ucres, i>. o. Lyons, 
Gill, Mary, sections 14, 28, (i.% acres, p. o. Lyons. 
Hand, Owen, section 28, 28 acres, p. o. Lyons. 
Ilenlee, W, section 5, ItiO acres. 
Holgraven, D, section 8, 80 acres, p. 0. Lyons, 
lloening, Theodore, section 23, 44i acres, p. o. Lyons. 
Ilorner, llobt, sections 0, 5, 220 acres, p. o Lyons. 
Holm, Hans, sections 16,22, 1, 230 acres, p. o. Lyons. 
Hammond, A H, sections 19, 8, 120 acres, p. o. Lyons. 
Howley, James, section 28, 52 acres, p. 0. Lyons. 
Hill, F M, section 1, 120 acres, p. o. J^yons. 
Holgrave, Wm, sections 7, 8, 220 acres, p. o. Lyons. 
ILand, James, sections 21, 20, 30, 394 acres, p. o, l^yons, 
Hasler,j Jos, section 1, 80 acres, p. o. Lyons. 
Johnk, Hans, section 6, IGO^ acres, p. o. I^yons. 
Jost, Joseph, section 4, 140 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

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Jandt, Carl, section 9, 120 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Jiirgen, Peter, section;;iG, 2o acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Jans, Jnrgen, sections 9, 17, 70 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Jobjen, AV^ni, heirs, section 1, 30 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Kahle, Herman, sections 12, 11, 282 acres, p. o. Lyons. • • 

Kennedy, John, section 29, 100 acres, p. 0. Lyons. 

Kimmon, Barnard, section 7, KiO acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Kinney, Patrick, sections 19, 20, IGO acres p. o. Lyons, 

Kain, John, section 29, 100 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Lange, Gerhard, section 5, 80 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Lanaghan, Pat, sections 6, 9, 7, 220i acres, p. o. Lyons, 

Ledus, C, section 17, l,Wi acres, p, o. Lyons. 

Lampe, Henry, section 10, 100 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Lentmeyer, John, section 14, 14U acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Lehman, Adam, section 2, 159 acres, p. o. J^yons, 

Lilly, James, section 33, 90 acres, p. o. Lyons, ■ •. 

Lass, Mars, section 17, IJO acres. 

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i Lentmeyer, Fred, section 2:5, 120 acres, p. o. Lyons. 
I Mobl, Hans, section 17, 4V acres, p. o. Lyons. 
, JiIcGowan, Terrance, section 28, 80 acres, p. 0. Ijyons. ' • 

I Muldoon, M, section 11, 160 acres, p. 0. Lyons. 
I' Manning, Dennis, section 27, KiO acres p. o. Lyons. 
L\ Maneman, (i II, sections 14, 12, 238 acres, p, o. Lyons. 

Manning, Felix, sections 27, 2G, 10, 15, 398 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

McGrawth, James, section 1, 39i acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Muldoon, Mrs Thos, section 12, 120 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Manning, Thos, section 30, IGO acres, p. o. Lyons. 
'I LIcDermott, Henry, section 35, 1-10 acres, p. o. JLyons. 

Mohr, John, section 3, 80 acres, p. o. Lyons. 
^ Neber, Andrew, section 10, 100 acres. 

Owens, Catherine, section 20, 80 acres, p. o. J^yons. 

Owens, James, section 20, 1(J0 acres, p. o. Lyons. 
I Peters, Claus, section 18, 80 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Peters, Peter Jacob, sections 15, 14, 1003i acres, p. o. Lyons, 

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Peters, John, section 17, 8, IGO acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Quinn, Austin, section 28, 80 acres, p. 0. Lyons. 

Ruddock, A S, section 28, 80 acres. 

Ruddock, Lebown, section 28, 50 acres. 

Rapan, Caspar, section 8, 20 acres, p. 0. Lyons.- 

Roddy, Thomas, section 8, 120 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Rogan, James, section 18, 180 acres, p. 0. Lyons. 

Ruddy, William, section 23, lOGJ acies, p. o. Lyons. 

Rogers, II A, section 3, 40 acres, p. o. Lyons. , 

Rogers, L F, sections 2, 1, 320 acres, p. o. Lyons. ' • 

Renfeldt, C D, section 17, 8 acres, p. o. Lyons. • ^ " ■ ■ . - 

Resler, Samuel, section 26, 40 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Roddy, Bernard, section 23, lOG acres, p. 0. Lyons. 

Rix, George, section 17, 7i- acres, p. 0. Lyons. 

Riley, George, section 33, 40 acres. ' ' 

Smith, James R, section 26, 38 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Steward, Charles, sr, section 22, 40 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

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iSwiirz, Nicliolas, sections 4, 9, 2o0i acres, p. o. J.yons. 
Scofield, A, sections 3, H, 1^20 acres, p. o. Lyons. - 
Stednian, John, section 18, 2;j0 acres, p. 0. J^yons. 
Scoliekl, William, section 2, 40 acres, p. o. J^yons. • 
Svendscn, Edward, section G, IGO acres, 
Scliepler, L, section 4, 40 acres, p. o. Lyons. 
Schepler, C jr, r, section 4, 40 acres, p. o. Lyons. 
iSchwien, C, section 23, 3Hxcres, p. o. Lyons, 
ycliepler, C, sr, section 4, 40 acres, p. o. Lyons. 
Schmidt, Peter, section 26, 2 acres, p. o. Lyons. 
Stednian, O, section 18, 60 acres, p. o. Lyons. 
iStedman, C, section 18, 00 acres, p. e. Lyons. 
Swarz, Peter, section 3, 80 acres, p. o. Lyons. 
Swarz, Cris, section 3, 80 acTes, p. o. Lyons. 
Tietjens, H II, J'C, section 17, 8H acres, p. o. Lyons. 
Tietjens, II II, section 21, 80 acres, p. o. Lyons, 
Tliyne, D W, section 5, 20 acres, p. o. Lyons. 



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Taubnian, John, seclioji 15, 80 acres, p. o. Lyons, 
Thienian, Hans, section 10, 120 acres, p. o. Lyons. 
Vosburg, John, section 32, 100 acres. 
Wankie, Detlef, section 28, 80 acres, p. o. Lyons. 
Wen/x'l, Fred, section 5, 120 acres, p. o. Lyons. 
AVessel, Albert, section 3, 80 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

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Anthony Horace, section 15, 273 acres, p. o. Canianche. • 
Blake, William, sections 13, 9, 15, 2812 acres, p. o. Clinton. 
Barken, Anthony, section IG, 39 acres, p. o. Lyons. 
Briggs & Brother, section 4, 259} acres, p. 0. 01int(m. 
Bosii, Michael, sections ir», Ki, 78 acres, p. o. Clinton. 
Bremer, John, p. 0. Lyons, 
('ady, AI O, section Ifj, 40 acres. 
Crapser, Albert, section G, 158 acres, p. o. Lyons. 
Crapser, John, section 31, 158 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

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Cooper, J I), section 32, 138 acres, p. o. Clinton. 

Churchill, J C, sections 3, 7, 6, 5, 1301 acres, p. o. Clinton. 

Dutcher, C L, section 34, 78 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Dixon, John, sections 9, 16, 79 acres, p. o. Clinton. 

Dolan, Patrick section 34, 139 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Dougherty, Jolni, section 33, 38 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Dougliertj, Pat, sections 33, 34, 115 acres, p. o. Lyons. [.v,- 

Dierks, Hans, section 31, 156 acres, p. o. Lyons. ' ^ 

Dunn, James, section 17, 79 acres, p. 0. Clinton. 

Earhart, Daniel, section 33, 124 acres, p. o. Lyons. .> 

Eppard, William, section 16, 9J acres. 

Gray, Eunice N, section 16, 158 acres. , ^' 

Galbraith, Josiali, section 5. 218 acres, p. o. Clinton. I: 

ILiuke, George, section 9, 178 acres, p. o. Clinton. 4 

ILirt, John, sections 17, 16, 9, 8, 374 acres. . l| 

Hart, II A, 634 aores. ' ■ T'. 

IIoll, John, section 10, 79 acres. '' 

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IlynKiiin, S, section 18, 77 acres. 
King, James, section 10, 79 acres, p. o. Clinton. 
Kelk-y Robert, sections 5, 4, 249 acres, p o. Clinton. 
Krum, Henry, section 4, 42 acres. 

Lacock, Eeuben, sections 16, 9, 130i acres, p. o. Clinton, 
Lawrence, J V^, section 10, 39 acres, p. o. Clinton. 
Lampe, Henry, section 32, 2'acres, ]>. o. Lyons. 
JMcDaniel, Perry, section 5, 99 acres, p.o. Clinton. 
McCone, Alexander, .section 3, 142 acres, ji. o. Clinton. 
IMead, Elizabeth, section 18, 79 acres. 
]\IcGrew, G W, sections 10, 8, 55 acres, p. o. De Witt. 
Pearce, J 11, section 4, 144i acres, p. o. Clinton. 
Peril), S T, section 3, 136 acres, p. o. Clinton. 
Polhanms, Thomas, section 10, 79 acres, p. o. Clinton, 
Eyley, Tliomas, section 33, 68 acres, p. o. Clinton. 
Ralston, David, section 32, 79 acres, p. o. Clinton. 
iSmith, David, section 10, 119 acres. 

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Smith, A C, secUcIll ^4, 71) acres, p. o. Clinton, 

Seymour, C L, sections lU, 1-3, 107 acres, p. o. Cllnlonj 
1} Smith, AV L, section . '3, 15S acied, p. o. J.yons. 

Sears, Chris, sectiolia 4, 3, (12 acres. 

Smoll, A J, section IS, 154 acres. 
^t Scott, G F, section U, 77 acres, p. o. Clinton. 

Schrader, lleury, section 9, 59 acres, \). o. Clinton. 

Simnujns, N, section 17, 79 acres, p. o. Clinton. 

Simons, George, section 7, lUU acres, p. o. Clinton. 

Thomas, G N, section 10, GO acres, p. o. Clinton* 

Thonnis, C, section 15, 158 acres, p. o. Clintom 

Traver, R A, section 6, 15G acres, p. o. Elvira. 

Vosburg, Edwin, section 3, 163 acres, p. o. Clinton. 
[i-- Vosburg, Joiul, SeOtion 32, 120 acres, p. o. Clinton. 

Wilson, Williani, sections 15, 10, 100 acres, p. o. Clinton. 

Whitaker, A, section 4, 71 acres, p. 0. Clinton. 

white, James, section 6, 15G acres, p. o. Clinton. 



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Whkeiield, A J , section 9, 38 acres, p. o. Clinton. 
Wilson, J 13, section 9, 50 acres. 

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Aikman, (est ) section 25, hO acres, p. o. Lyonss 
Albright, E, section 5, 10 acres, p. o. J^yons. 
Aiken, Thos, section 18, 1 acre, p. o. Lyons; 
Au, Julius, section 19, 9j acres, p. o. Lyons. 
Ankeny, A L, section 25, 12 acres, p. o. Lyons. 
Ahrens, J D, section 5, 41 acres, p. o. Lyons. 
Adams, L P, section 19, 40 acres, p. o. Lyons; 
Blakely, A B, sections 24, 12, 102 acres, p. o. Lyons. 
Brown, John, sections 24, 13, 38 acres, p. o. Lyons. 
Baker, C F, sections 24, 13. 2;i9 acres, p. o. Lyons. 
Baker, Geo P, sr, section 25, 13, 101 acres, p. o. Lyons. 
Behrens, John, G, section 13, 50 acres. 
Behrens, L F, section 19, 4 acres. 



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Jiyres, Gpo, seclinns 6, 5, 39 ucres, p. o. Lyons, '^, 

]5uell, Elijah, seclioua 24, 25, 20, '^255 acres, p. o. Lyons. . A 

Bird, Eli, section 7, 15 acres, p. o. J^yons. 






Beckerman, C, section 18, 40 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Batclielder, E, section oG, 14 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Byers, Fred, section 19, 10 acres, p. o. Lyons. . ^M 

Banunn, J II, section 3G, 25 acres, p. o. Lyons, ;:i^ 

linch ct Jnnk, section 5, 21 acres, p. o. Lyons. ' ■ 'M 

Coy, Cicero, sections 24, 19, UIO acres, p. o. Lyons. -% 

Conner, Pat, section 7, 20 acres, p. o. Lyons. ■:. 

Coy, Sage, sectioiis 20, 19, 77 acres, p. o. J^yons. 

Creveling, G W, sections 7, 18, 56 acres, p. o. Lyons, • , ; 

Coltman, E, sections 2, 3, 4, 7 acres, p. o. Lyons. ' 

Calderwood, F, section 19, 40 acres, p. o. J^yons. *; 

Cook, J B, sections 7, 6, 100 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Christiansen, August, section 36, 10 acres, p. 6. Lyons. 

Cassey, P, section 16, 3 acres. ■•■ 

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Cook, G F, sections 17, 5, 200 acres, p. 0. J^yons. 

Casper, John, section 7, 40 acres, p. o. Jjvons. 

Daley, Michael, sections 7, 8, 120 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Davis, G M, sections 17, 18, 19, 30, 213 acres, p. o, Lyons, 

Dierks, Peter, section 7, 30 acres, p. 0. Lyons. 

Dunwidie, \Ym, section 6, 158 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Dunning, M, section 5, 15 acres, p. o. l^yons, 

Dempsey, John, p. o. Lyons. 

Droste, B, section 8, 5 acres, p. 0. Lyons, • 

Dickrnan, Jos, section 13, 50 acres, p. o. J^yons. 

Durke, Roland, section 3, 1 acre, p. o. Lyons, 

Eagan, Pat'k, section 7, 64 acres. 

Ellis Bros, section 8, 40 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Ennis & Patton, section 25, 75 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Ellis, Jj A, section 31, 8 acres, p. fr. Lyons. 

Foster, Mrs B B, section 25, 4U acres, p. o. Lyons, 

Fuller, Catherine, sections 7, 8, 60 acres. 



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Fauger, Ileiiry, sectioji 20, 94 ;icroa, p. o. Lyons. 

Foster, Joseph, section 8, (15 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Fleming, Pat'k, section 7, 40 acres, p. 0, Lyons. " 

f;l Falkman, Carl, sections 8, 30, 73 acres, p. o. Lyons, 
S* Fovargne, D, mention 20, 2i acres. 

Gallagher, Eichard, sections 6, 5, 7, 140 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Gebaner, Wm, section 18, 24 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Gibbons, John, sections 18, 17, 14 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Gibbs, W II, 34 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Grusendorf, F, section.') 5, 19, lOJ acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Greenough, A, section 19, 40 acres, \k o. Lyons. 

Hashen, Joseph, section 8, 10 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Hoening, Tlieo, sections 13, 24, GO a(!res, p. o. i^yons. ' 

Highton, Stephen, section 18, 80 acres, p. o. Lyons, 

Heath, John, section 1, 2 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Hansen, O, section 5, 50 acres, p, o. Lyons. •. . 

Hersoni, John, section 8, 10 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

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Hammond, G W, section 36, 14 acres, p. o. l^yoiis. 
Jobjen, Wm, (est.) sections 7, 5, 0] acres, p. o. Lyons. 
Jost, Ferdinand, section 8, 5 acres, p. o. Lyons. 
Jandt, C, section 5, 13J acres, p. o. Lyons. 
Jeffries, J no J, section 3, 2 acres, p. o. Lyons. 
Jehn, George, 4i acres, p. o. Lyons. 
Knonse, Jno B, section 19, 34 acres, p. o. Lyons. 
Krebs, Henry, sections 19, 5, 8, 173 aci'es, p. o. J^yohs, 
Krebs, Jacob, section 8, 41 acres, p. o. Lyons. 
Kezle, A, section 8, 10 acres, p. o. Lyons. 
Kennedy, Wm, section 6, 40 acres, p. o. Lyons. 
Lake, Benj, sections 16, 30, 4, 30i acres, p. o. Lyons, 
Lindmier, J & F, section 13, 80 acres, p. o. Lyons. 
Leedham, Wm, section 24, 40 acres, p. o. Lyons. 
Liibl)ers, John, section 24, 40 acres, p. o. Lyons. 
Lubbers, Johanna, section 1 7, 40 acres, p. o. Lyons. 
Lynch, John, section 6, 100 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

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Liiulenuiii, C, sectiuu 5, ](J0 acres, y. o. Lyons. . :t 

Lyoiis. John, (tist.) secLioii 18, lUU acres, p. o. Lyons. 1 

Long, Jolm, section 19, 108 acres, p. 0. Ivyons. ' ,. 

Leffingwell, W E, section 1, U acres, p. o. Lyons. 's 

Lindmier, F, flfcciioli lij, 10 acres, p. o. Lyons. • "' ' 

Lange, Gerhard, section 5, 15 acres p. 0. Lyons. ''•: 

Myerman, II, section 13, 180 acre.'i, p. Uj Lyonii. '-' 

Monoman, B II, section 13, 10 acres, p. o. Lyons. ,i 

Maldoon, Mrs Thos, (est.) section 5, G3i acres, p. o. Lyons. 
McMalion, Hugh, sections 17, 20, fJ3J acres, p. o. Lyons. 
Mellick, J 13, section'31, lOacres, p. o. Lyons. 
Manning, Felix, section 7, 10 acres, p. (J. Lyons. 
Myers, B II, section 7, 5 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Monoman, 13, section 13, 10 acied, p. o. l^yons. ''' 

MctJrath, J, section 6, 119 acres, p. o. Lyons. 
McClintoch, F, section 6, 80 acres, p. o. Ahnont. 
Maldoon, M, section G, 20 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

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McAuIlen, 11, section 8, 30 acres. 

McDonough, James, section 15, 4 aCrerf, p. o. Lyons. 

Montague, Z W, section 31, li'J acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Ohsann, C B, section 5, 20 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Patricia, John, section 36, 100 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Ffeiffer, G, section 19, 2 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Blind, W A, section 20, 191 acres, 

Bidley, Gerhan, section 8, 5 acres. 

Ressler, Sam, sectioils 25, 24, 55 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Smith, James B, section 25, 4 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Stoclvwell, Ira, sections 25, 3G, 210 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Siuvin, section 5, 10 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Slack, Allan, section 19, 10 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Schuetzen Verein, section 19, 6 acres. 

Smith, William, section 8, 10 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Schreiner, John, section 7, 40 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Tolson, John, sections 8, 20, 17, 407 acres^ p. o. Lyons. 

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Thomas, E W, sections 18, 17, 13, 398 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Thompson, section 8, IS acres. 

Thiedeman, B, sections 8, 17, CO acres, 

Waldorf, Nick, p. o. Lyons. 

Williams, William, section 6, 401 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Wohlenberg, C D, sections 18, 13, 81 acres, p. o. Lyona. 

Weaser, A, section 8, 10 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Warren, Marcus (est), sections 30, 25, IIH acres. 

Waters, Samuel, section 32, G acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Wright, II J and Anna, section G, lOi acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Wohlenberg, II & J, section 18, 59 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Wood, E II, section 8. 40 acres. 

Wenzel, F, section 5, 10 acres, p. o. Lyons. 

Warner, William, section 19, 2 acres. 

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Anderson, John, section 31, IGO acres, p. o. Wlieatland. 



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Brink, S. section 17, 7 acres, p. o. Toronto. 
Brown, II P, sections 28, 27, 309 acres, p. o. Toronto. 
Bullock, D S, section 5, 120 acjes, p. o. Toronto. 
Burner, William, section 8, 433 acies, p. o. Toronto. 
Byrne, Michael, section 12, 80 aci-es. p. o. Wheatland. 
Barnhart, James, sections 18, 19, 143 acres, p. o. Toronto. 
Blanchard, Joseph, se(;tion 30, 80 acies, p. o. Toronto. 
Burwell, J, section 18, 20 acres, p. o. Toronto. 
Bourne, J D, section 15, 40 acres, p. o. Toronto, 
Bichtel, Susan, section 33, 25 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 
Buttertield T F, sections 23, 24, 25, 30, lOSO acres, p. o. De Witt. 
Cleland, Dennis, section 3(), 80 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 
Cubbage, George, sections 4, 9, IS, 272 acres, p. o. Toronto. 
Carey, Daniel, sections 10, 11, IG, 322i acres, p. o. Toronto. 
Conway, Patrick, section 13, IGO acres, p. o. Toronto. 
Caldfield, James, sections 35, 20, 26i acres, p. o. Toronto. 
Cauldfield, Jane, sections 26, 35, 20 acres, p. o. Toronto. 

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Conway, Daniel, sections 34, 35, 119 ;i,eres, p. o. Wlieatliiid. 

Cavey, Matliize, sections 34, 35, 90 acres, p. o. Wlieatl;uid. 

Caltield, M, section 20, 17 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 

Coan, W F, section lili, HO acres, p o. Clinton. ■ _ ,;' 

Croghan, J, sections 26, 35, 121 acres, p. 0. Wheatland. "' ,: 

Carey, Patrick, sections 11, 3, 120 acres, p. o. Toronto. '■'■| 

Christy, Peter, section l.s, 1 acre, p. o. Toronto. i 

Cnbbage, Ed, section 9, 40 acres, p. o. Toronto. :, 

Daley, J 1>, sections 13, 14, IG, 255 acres, p. o. Toronto. 

Davis, John S, section 30, 120 acres, p. o. Toronto. 

Davitt, James, sections 2, 19, 20, 28, 536 acres, p. o. Toronto. 

Dankleif, Albert, section 33, 103 acres, p. o. Wheathmd. 

Dnnn, A M, section 22, 80 acres, p. o. Toronto. 

Dumphrej, section 36, 40 acres, p. 0. Wheatland. 

Dickinson, J ]'>, sections 9, 15, 10, 183 acres, p. o. Toronto. 

Dawson, AVilniott, section 14, 80 acres, p. o. Toronto. 

Elwood, Kinsey, section 20, 40 acres, p. o. Toronto. 

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Everhart, Milley, section 28, 80 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 
Edmonds, Janc^, section 18, 52 acres, p. o. Toronto. 
Earley, T, sections 11, 12, 1S3 acres, p. o. Toronto, 
Endorf, W, sr, sections 21, 31, 32, 280 acres, p. o. Toronto. 
Endorf, W, jr, section 30, 160 acres, p. o. Wlieatland. 
Eaton, section 36, 5 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 
Edon, James, sections 35, 36, 10 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 
Pritcher, Henry, sections 19,7, 46 acres, p. o. Toronto. 
Pritciier, A, section 19, 39 acres, p. o. Toronto. 
E'igley, Josiah, section 5, 200 acres, p. o. Toronto. 
Fiche, Harmon, section 32, 40 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 
Griffith, E, section 36, 145 acres, p. o. Wlieatland. 
Gunigal, James, section 17, 74 acres, p. o. Toronto, 
Gnnigal, A, section 17, 6 acres, ]). o. Toronto. 
Girken, Charles, section 31, 170 acres, p. o. Toronto. 
Gusey, F, section 26, 10 acres, p. o. Toronto. 
Gerhardt, C, section 34, 160 acres, p. o, Toronto, 

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Iloltman, Ilenry, sections 33, 3."), 125 acres, i). o. Wheatland. 
Iloistinan, II, sections 1(J, 21, 22, 82 acres, p. o. Toronto. 
Heller, ,Iohn, sections 2, 8, 17, 48 acres, p. o. Toronto. 
Hatfield, Thomas, section 23, 40 acres, p. o. Toronto. 
Hover Brothers, section 13, 80 acres, p. o. Toronto. 
Hover, J W, section 15, 40 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 
Jackson, II A, sections 6, 7, 18, 294 acres, p. o. Toronto. 
Judson, P, sections 3G, 14, 120 acres, p. o. Toronto. 
Judson, W A, section 14, 120 acres, p. o. Toronto. 
Judson & Barbor, section 35, 7 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 
Jones & Vaiy, section 3.5, 10 acres, p. o. Wlieatland. 
Korup, W, section 8, 70 acres, p. o. Toronto. 
Kainrar, 8 II, section 14, 80 acres, p. o. Toronto. 
Kube, Frederick, sections 33, 34, 192 acres, p. o. Toronto. 
Klahn, Hans, sections 21, 28, 80 acres, p. o. Toronto. 
Killian James, section 10, 1 acre, p. o. Toronto. 
Kammur, William, sections 5, 17, 82 acres, p. o, Toronto. 



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Kimball, G W, section 21, 14 acres, p. o. Toronto. 

Koch, Lndwig, sections 27, 29, 137 acres, p. o. Toronto. 

Klahn. Ludwig, section 82, 120 acres^ p. o. Toronto. 

Kniff, D, section 3(), 5 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 

Koch, John, sections 33, 35, 45 acres, p. o. Wlieatland. 

Klahn, Henry, sections 32, 33, 35, 128 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 

Kloid, ]5ernard, sections 4, 5, 200 acres, p. o. Toronto. 

Kolt, Peter, section 0, 80 acres, p. o. Toronto. 

Lenney, Joshna, sections 0, 5, 80 acres, p. o. Toronto. 

Lent, Christian, sections 17, 29, 104 acres, p. o. Toronto. 

Lohman, W, section 35, 32 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 

Landwehr, II, section 33, 60 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 

Lohman, Fred, section 18, 19 acres, p. o. Toronto. 

Lohse, C, section 35, 58 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 

Lodeg, II X, sections 21, 27, 32, 131 acres, p. o. Toronto. 

Larnack, II F, section 35, 4 acres. 

Man warring, J D, sections 7, 8, 17, 85 acres, p. o. Toronto. 



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Mills, Anthony, soctioull, 80 acres, p. o. Toronto. 

]\Jc.T)onnt'll, M L, sections 3, IJ, IBO acres, p. o. Toronto. 

McDonnell. A L, sections 3, 10, loO acres, p. o. Toronto. 

McDonjiell, A 15, section 10, 11, 131 acres, ]>. o. Toronto. 

JNIcDonnell, Alex, jr, section 11, lOo acres, ]). o. Toronto. •' ;, 

McT.anslilin, John, section lii, 80 acres, p. o. Toronto. 

JSIcDonnell, Pafk, section 11. 80 acres, p. o. Toronto. 

McDonnell, .John, sections 12. 1, 80 acres, p. 0. Toronto. ; 

McAndrews, A, section 1, 40 acres, p. o. Toronto. 

Mc Andrews, E, sections 4, 17, So,") acres, p. o. Toronto. 

iSIcIIngh, James, section 15, 80 acres, p. o. Toronto. 

]\Iyer, Wm, sections 28, 27, 203 acres, p. o. Toronto. 

Morey, Clark, sections 18, 19, 134i acres, p. o. Toronto. 

McDonnell, jSI, sections 9, 10, 120 acres, p. o. Toronto. 

Parker, F .), section 22, 100 acres, p. o. Toronto. 

Monahan, Wm, section 1, 10 acres, p. o. Toionto. 

Miller, E, section 8, 120 acu'S, p. o. Toronto. 



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Miller, John, sections 5, 8, aO acres, j). o. Toronto. 
Mulvihill, Con, section 18, o") acres, p. o. Toronto. 
Maxwell, Lyman, section 27, 8 acres, ]>. o. Toronto. 
Noble, E G, sectionn 7, 8, 17, 144 acres, p. o. Toronto. 
Nortluii), Thomas, sections 15, IG, 17, 135 acres, p. o. Toronto, 
Nichols, Mrs, section 34, 238 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 
O'Connell, Jos, sections 34, 35, 109 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 
O'Boyle, M, sections 2, 3, 16, 134 acres, p. o. Toronto. 
O'Boyle, T, sections ?, 3, 18 260 acres, p. o. Toronto. 
O'Donnell, \\ sections 1, 2, 10, 323 acres, p. o. Toronto. 
O'Connell, M, sections 28, 29, 35, 175 acres, p. o. Toronto. 
O'Boyle, Frank, section 3, 40 acres, p. o. Toronto. 
O'Boyle, P, sections 3, 16, 54 acres, p. o. Toronto. 
O'Niel, James, section 25, 160 acres, p. o. Toronto. 
Penfold, Chas, sections 3, 4, 10 acres, p. o. Toronto. 
Potter, H P. section 6, 120 acres, p. 0. Toronto. 
Potter, L N, sections 6, 7, 120 acres, p. o. Toronto. 

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Petersen, N, sections 31, IS, 8U acres, p. o. Toronto. 
Tenfold, Eliz, section 7, 2:20 iicres, p. o. Toronto. 
Page, Eliza, sections 17, 14, IG, 40 acres, p. o. Toronto. 
Port, A J, section lu, H acres, p. o. Toronto. 
Page, Mrs M G, section 23, 26, 80 acres, p. o. Toronto. 
Quinn, Michael, section 17, G acres, p. o. Toronto. 
Itotchford, M, sections 17, IG, 8 acres, p. o. Toronto. 
Rogers, Chauncey, sections 19, IG, 90 acres, p. o. Toronto. 
Reidesel, L G, section 32, 100 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 
Kettig, John, sectino 28 80 acres, p. o. ^Vheatland. 
Reives, J R, section 18, 21 acres, p. o. Toronto. 
Reidesel, J J\I, section 25, 40 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 
Shade, J, sections 21, 29, 17, 20, IG, 204 acres, p. o. Toronto, 
Saxton, Andrew, sections 24, 23, 80 acres, p. o. Toronto. 
Sheldon. Thos, section 14, 40 acres, p. o. Toronto. 
Stine, Jesse, section 35, 13 acres, p. 0. Wheatland. 
Stoohnau, Chas, sections 30, 18, 137 acres, p. o. ^Vheatland. 
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Swarder, W 11, section 27, 80 acres, p. o. Toronto. 
Skiif, F 13, section 5, 80 acres, p. o. Toronto. 
Simmons, Ed, sections 27, 28, 20^ 20, 130 acres, p. o. Toronto. 
Swan, John, sections 5, G, 80 acres p. o. Toronto. 
Stix & Co, sections 2, 0, 120 acres, p. o. Toronto. 
Sheldon, Samuel, sections 24, 35, 83 acres, p. 0, Toronto. 
Simm, Geo, section 20, 80 acres, p. o. Toronto. 
Smith, W M, section 23, 40 acres, p. o. Toronto. 
Swendorf, F, sections 27, 24, 77 acres, p. o. Toronto. 
Bwendorf, Oris, section 27, 10 acres, p. o. Toronto. 
Thompson, M A, sections 7, 8, 100 acres, p. o. Toronto. 
Tims, E, sections 24, 25, 27, 82 acres, p. o. Toronto. 
Tims, L, sections 24, 27, 77 acres, p. o. Toronto. 
Tighti, John, sr,'sections 13, 27, 90 acres, p. o. Toronto. 
Tighe, J R, sections 24, 35, 9G acres, p. o. Toronto. 
Tovvnsend, J A, sections 24, 2G, 120 acres, p. o. Toronto. 
Temple, J, sections 18, 32, 33, 28, 122i acres, p. o. Toronto. 

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Travel', Jaines, st'ctioiis 22, 23, 80 acres, p. o. Toronto. 

Tobias, Dan, section 22, 80 acres, p. o. Toronto. 

Tliorn, G W, sc^ction 17, 5(> acres, p. o. Toronto. 

Tighe, John, jr, section 13, 80 acres, p. 0. Tolonto. 

Tims, Fred, sections 24, 27, 97i acres p. o, Toronto. ••' 

Tims, Cliris, section 27, 2 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 

Vors, Fred, section 33, 00 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 

Vansickle, L, section 18, 8 acres, p. o. Toronto. 

Yaughan Bros, sections 7, 8, 64 acres, p. o. Toronto, 

Walch, William, sections 3, 4, 9, IG, 455 acres, p. o. Toronto. 

Wolfe, Maurice, section IG, 541 acres, p. o. Toronto. 

Williams, E S T, section 21, 22, 340 acres, p. o. Toronto. 

Walsh, John, section 21, 10 acres, p. o. Toronto. 

Wetter, George, sen, sections 27, 29,82, 180 acres, p. o. Wheatland. " 

Wolfe, G 13, section 12, 200 acres, p. o. Toronto, 

Whitney, D, sections 23, 26, 80 acres, p. o. Toronto. 

Wright, P C, sections 24, 25, 200 acres, p. o. Toronto. 

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Williams, George, sections 14, 15, 16, lOGf aci'es, p. o. Toronto. 
Wolfe, John R, sections 1, 12, 21, 35, 592 acres, p. o. Toronto. 
Williams, P, section 6, 80 acres, p. o. Toronto. 
Wilson, Kol;ert, section 15, 80 acres, ]). o. Toi'onto. 
Winecoop, (est.) sections 3, 10,18, 290 acres, p. o. Toi'onto. 
Walsh, Michael, section 15, 80 acres, p. o. Toronto. 
Walsh, Martin, section 7, 80 acres, p. o. Toronto. 
Wolfe, John F, sections 13, 23, 320 acres, ]). o. Toronto. 
Winget, Joshua, section 8, 120 acres, p. o. Toronto. 
Yale, Menzo, section 21, 283 acres, p. o. Toronto. 
Young, G B, sections 37, 26, 60 acres, p. o. Toronto^ 
Zook, Isaac, sections 15, 16, 87^ acres, p. o. Toronto. 

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Anderson, B, sections 21, 28, 27, 276 acres, p. o. Calamus. 
Alger, Lyman, sections 5, 6, 32, 17, 592 acres, p. o. Calamus. 
Anderson, Thomas, section 19, 78 acres, p. o. Calamus. 

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Angee, II;inisoa, section 17, 30 acres, p. o. Ciilainus. 
Ailing, ^V ii, section 35, 79 acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 
Alger, William, section 31, 8 acres, p. o. Calamus. 
Albert, Frederick, section 10, 120 acres, p. o. Calamus. 
Arnold, 8, sections, 1!) acres, p. o. Calamus. 
Alger, ]>yman, section 7, 5 acres, p. o. Calamua. 
Bushlot, F, sections 9, 8, 10(3 acres, p. 0. Calamus. 
Benedict, I^evi, section 6, 154 acres, p. o. Calamus. 
Beil, John, section 35, 120 acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 
Brown, Amos, section 30, 30 acres, p. o. Calanuis. 
.Bowman, John, section 33, 80 Licres. p. o. Calamus. 
Bushlot, section 4, 50 acres, p. o. Calamus. 
Baldwin, 11 C, section 36, 15G aci'es, p. o. Grand Moulid. 
Blake, Johnson, section 7, 5i acres, p. o. Calamus. 
Berons, Lewis, sections 31, 32, 90 acres, p. o. Calamus. 
Binford, John, section 9, 69 acres, p. o. Calamus. 
Binl'ord, Ed, section 9, 124 acres, [). o, Calanuis. 



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Binford, Jer, sections 9, 4, 124 acres, p. o. Calamus. 
Butterfleld, T F, sections G, 4, 8, 17, 401 acres, p. o. De Witt. 
Butterlield, D G, sections 7, 8, 9, 511 acres, p. o. De Witt. 
Bannig, John, section 3, 80 acres, p o. Grand Mound. 
Boyd, Elizabeth, sections 29. 32, 129 acres, p. o. Calamus. 
Buning, Clans, section 3, 77 acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 
Carmarigg, C, sections 30, 19, 77 acres, p. o. Calamus, 
Corwin, W F, section 30, 38 acres, p. o. Calamus. 
Churchill, Thomas, sections 4, 5, !iO, 8, 106 acres, p. o. Calamus. 
Christianson, Hans, sections 34, 28, 156 acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 
Christianson, John, section 34, 79 acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 
Curtis, Abraham, section 16, 22 acres, p. o. Calamus. 
Curtis, De Witt C, sections 31, 32, 72 acres, p. o. Calamus. 
Cushman, Anna, section 9, 1 acre, p. o. Calamus. 
Cogswell, T, section 28, 77 acres, p. o. Calamus. 
Cushman, E O, section 4, 30 acres, p. o. Calamus. 

Cruson, William, sections 5, 8, 116 acres, p. o. Calamus. 

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Ccleman, "W 11, sections 5, 0, 574 ueics, p. o. Cakiiuus. 

Crooker, J B, section 5, 96^ acres, p. o. Calamus. 

Christensen, Peter, section 16, 80 acres, p. o. Calamus. 

Culvervvell, Ann, section 34, 160 acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 

Curtis, Thomas, section 31, 40 acres, p. o. Calamus. -'• 

Christianson, C, section 16, 78 acres, p. o. Calamus. 

Church, 11 M. section 1, 118 acres, p. o. Grand ]Mound. 

CakUvell, C, sections 22, 23, 14, 15, 674 acres, p. o. Calamus. 

Crissey, E W, Calamus. 

Doherty, Abby, section 12, 39 acres, p. 0. Grand Mound. 

Dawson, John, section 6, 77 acres, p. o. Calamus. 

Daniels, Calvin, sections 3, 5, 10, 235 acres, p. o. Calamus. 

Dutton, Leroy, sections, 1, 36, 13, 423 acres, p. o. 'W^heatlaud. 

Damon, Alpheus, section 30, 76 acres, p. o. Calanms. < 

Dutton, L D, sections," 1, 2, 335 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 

Dutton, Charles, section 2, 235 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 

Dawson, James, sections 25, 24, 197 acres, p. o. Calamus. 

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Dubois, J G (est), sections 7, 6, 159 acres, p. o. Calamus. 
Dickinson, E !S, 79 acres, p. o. Calamus. 
Delilcroix, J B, section 4, 40 acres, p, o. Calamus. 
Darltou, Peter, section 15, 77 acres, \\. o. Calanms. 
Dean J M, sections 32, 2!), 39 acres, p. o. Calamus. 
Damon E H, sections 30,31, 11, 238 acres, p. o. Calamus. 
Damon, L A, section 40, 39 acres, p. o. Calamus. 
Denison, E M, section 17, 78 acres," p. o. Calamus. 
Erichson, T, sectiop 18, 12 acres, p. o. Calamus. 
Fawcett, II B, sections 4, 16, 103 acres, p. o. Calamus. 
Frost, J A, sections 3, 10, 135 acres, p. o. Calamus. 
Foley, Michael, section 24, 23, 196 acres, p. o. Calamus. 
Flohrs, Herman, section 4, 1 acre, p. o. Calamus. 
Folmer, Fritz, section 12, 79 acres, p. o. Calamus. 
Goodwell, L G, seetioM 29, 154 acres, p. 0. Calamus. 
George, Hans, sections 34, 27, 158 acres, p. o. Calamuo. 
Green, Bennett, sections 35, 26, 16, 179 acres, p. o. Calamus. 

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Gibson, John, section 11, loG acres, j). o. Calamus. 
Goleli, Amos, sections 8,7, 89 acres, p. o. Calamus. 
Hayes, J, section 20, 157 acres, p. o Calamus' 
Harding, Eph, section 2, 78 acres, p. o ('alamus. 
Hill, Josiali, section 7, 118 acres, p. o. Calamus. 
Henrickson, A, section 28, 158 acres, p. o. Calamus. 
Hanck, Harmon, section 3, 10, 76 acre, p. o. Calamus. 
Helvig, John, sections 22, 23, 200 acres, p. o. Calamus. 
Hess, Francis, section 2(), 80 acres, p o. Calamus. 
Ilazen, R S, sen. section 31, 27 acres, p. o. Calamus. 
Hart, W II, sectit)ns 4, 9, 170 acres, p. o. Calamus. 
Harrington, John, section 19, 18, 1(50 acres, p. o. Calamus. 
Hill, Harding, sections 5, 32, 197 acres, p. o. Calamus. 
Hansen, Ole, section 14, 73 acres, p. o. Calamus, 
Hansen, Paul, section 14, 120 acres, p. o. Calamus. 
Hansen, Hans, section 14, 39 acres, p o. Calamus. 
Ilouck, R E, sections 18, 17, 2, 109 acres, p. o. Calamus. 

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Huntingdon, A i>. section 9. 79 acres, p o. Calamus. 
Hampt, John, section 1, 39 acres, p. o. Calamus. 
Hill, Chas, section 6,88 acres, p. o. Calamus. 
Harmon, W, section 2, 108 acres, p. o. Calamus. 
Herrington, Henry, section 31^ 11 acres, p. o. Calamus. 
Johnson, John, section 23. 10 acres, p. o. Calamus. 
Johnson, Jolm, jr, sections 22, 27, 270 acres, p. o. Calamus. 
Johnson, Geo, sections 21, 22, 540 acres, p. o. (Calamus. 
Juber, Julius, section 9, 40 acres, p. o. Calamus. 
Jacolison, Ole, sections 23, 24, 118 acres, p. o. Calamus. 
Johnson, Aaron, sections 28, 27, 175 acres, p. o. Calamus. 
Jubee, Thomas, section 5, 15 acres, p. o. Calamus. 
Jukum, Ole, section 21, 39 acres, p. o. Calamus. 
Jenks, L, section 11. 78 acres, p. o. Calamus. 
Johnson, Burge, section 29, 97 acres, p. o. Calamus. 
Kelly, Jolm, section 10, 119 acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 
Kibler, Agnes }3, section 17, 203 acres, p. o. Calamus. 

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Knight, Wm, sections 32, 5, 77 ucres, p. o. Calamus. 
Knight, Gordon, sections 5,31, loO acres, p. o. Calamus. 
Kibler, John, sections 18, 15, 10, 19, SOoa^nes, p. o. Calamus. 
Kallenbach, A, sections 35, 11, 147 acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 
Kuchel, C C, sections 34, 10, 1G(3 acres, p. o. Grand Mound, '''■ 

Kullenbach, John, section 3, 3G acres, p. o. Grand J^Iound, 
Kuchl, D, section 3, 199 acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 
Lafferty, John, section 19, 79 acres, p. 0. Calamus. 
Lynch, James, sr, section 11, 237 acres, p. o. Calamus. 
Xinderman, J, section 26, 80 acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 
Laurent, Nicliolas, sections 4, 5, 59i acres, p, o. Calamus. 
Letty, Henry, sections 11, 2, 10, 14, 335 acres, p. o. Calamus. 
Lillis, Morris, section 2, 39 acre, p. o. Calamus. 
Ludwixon, Ole, sections 21, 20, 78i acres, p. o. Calamus, 
Mourey, J !S, sections 19, 30, 119 acres, p. o. Calamus, 
McLaugldin, Wm, sections 19, 18, 200 acres, p, o. Calamus. 
Maher, David, sections 11, 10, 14, 100 acres, p. o. Calamus. 

P.S- Towie sells CI oak s. Furs, and Ladies' Suits, Clinton. 

McCarthy, D, sections 3, 4, 217 acres, p. o. Calanuis. 

Maron, Thomas, sections IG, 17, 198 acres, 'p. o. Calamus. 

Maynai'd, Oliver, sections 5, 12, 3, p. o. Calamus. 

Miller, Ilenvy, sections 2, II, 327 acres p. o. Calamus 

McMahon, Thomas, section 8, 158 acres, p. o. Calamus. 

Merritt, Daniel, sections 33, 32, 29,8, 214 acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 

Miller, Fred, section 33,277 acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 

McCarty, Eliza, sections 17, 9, i acre, p. 0. Calanu>s, 

Miller, T \V. section 1, 79 acres, p. o. Calamus. 

Maynard, C C, section 8, 51 acres, p. o. Calamus. 

Merritt, Joseph, section 30,38 acres, p. 0. Calamus. 

Moouey, James, section 16, 7 acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 

JSTev^^house, Wm, sections 33, 4, IC, 183 acres p. o. Grand Mound, 

J^eph, George, section 17, 40 acres, p, o. Calamus, 

Ousting, Eling, section 27, 00 acres, p. o. Grand Mound. . . •. - 

Nelson, Ole, section 34, 79 acres, p. o. Grand Mound, 

Nelson, Oliver, section 14, 77i acres, p. o. Calamus. 

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Xewtoti, E S, secliou 5, 39 acres, p. o. Cahinius. 
Oleson, Saitiuel, section 20, 96 acres, p. o. Calaimis. 
O'Brien, James, sections 16, 9, 113 acres, p. o. Calamus. 
Owen, E F, sections 5, 3, 1, 169 acres, p. o. Calamus. 
Oherron, Michael, section 26, 159 acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 
Oihrline, Lorenz, sections 25, 8, 168 acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 
Oleson, Abrani, sections 21,20, 159 acres, p. o. Calamus. 
Oleson, Lewis, section 16, 80 acies, p. o. Calamus. 
Oleson, Andrew, section 16, 80 acres, p. o. Calamus. 
Oliver, Thomas, section 24, 79i acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 
O'Brien, John, sections 9, 8, 276 acres, p. o. Calamus. 
Oherron, Patrick, sections 2(), 23, 140 acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 
Priestly, George, sections 9, 16, 121 acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 
Peterson, Ilarlon, sections 20, 21, 214 acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 
Peterson, Niles, section 15, 156 acres, p. o. Calamus. 
Port, Charles, sections 35, 3, 2, 389 acres, p. o. Calamus. 
Reesy, Jacob, sections 14, 13, 76 acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 



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Ryan, Margaret, section 15, 75 acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 
Roth, Solomon, section 7, 13| acres, p. o. Calamus. 
Ritter, Leonard, sections 12, 13, 117 acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 
Roth, W F, sections 18, 8, 5, 362i acres, p. o. Calamus. 
Rothstein, F E, section 9, 580 acres, p. o. Calamus. 
Rosland, G S, section 22, 80 acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 
Smith, A J, sections Id, 15, 70j acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 
Semper, VVm, section 6, 198 acres, p. o. Calamus. 
Snyder, John, sections 8, 10, 16, 14S acres, p. o. Calanms. 
Scott, William, sections 4, 5, 12, 185 acres, p. o. Calanms. 
Smith, Clausen, sections 10, 11, 228} acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 
SheifCer, Abram, section 32, 97 acres, p. o. Calamus. 
Sheehan, Michael, section 13, 156 acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 
Sawyer, E. D., section 4, 95 acres, p. o. Calamus. 
Sternple, Samuel, section 1, 39 acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 
Sheift'er, Jacob, actions 17, 7, 118 acres, p. o. Calamus. 
Stellen, C., section 2, 89 acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 

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Sanger, Howard, tsection 20, 80 acres, p. o. Grand ]\Iound. 

•Stanton, Ui'becca, st'ctioji 5, 9 acres, p. o. CalanuiH. 

Slaughtev, J. G., sections 3, 4, 217 acres, \). n. Calamus. 

Schneberger, J., section 8, 17 acres, p. o. Clalanuis. 

Seni^^er, Lewis, section 19, 79 acres, p. o. (!alamus. 

Sniitli, ^Martha, section 12, 79 aores, 1). o. (irand Jiiound. 

Tergerson, Hans, section 20, 7.5 acres, p, q. Calamus. 

Twogood, Terry, sections 3, 4, 9, 10, 230 acres, p. o. Calamus. 

Tliolson,,Hans, section 23, 99 acres, p. o. Calamus. 

Todd, \V . \l., sections 7, 17, f acres, p. o. Calamus. 

Tojeson, Ole, section 23, 7Q acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 

Tump, AVilliam, section 14, UG acres, p. o. Grand .Mound. 

Vitter, Gottleib, sections 10, 4, 82 acres, p. o. Calamus. 

Weaver, O. I,., section 5, 117 acres, p. o. Calamus. 

Weeks, ,) ., section 13, 70 acres, p. o. Grand Mound. • ■ . 

Welch, John, sections 2, 12, 1, 115 acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 

Wendall, Harry, sections 35, 5, 12o acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 

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Wagoner, Conrad, sections 29, 30, 32, 223 acres, p. o. Calamus. 

White, Sarah, reclion 9, 150 acres, p. o. Calamus. 

White, A. E., section 1, Calamus. 

White, G. E., sections 19, 30, 77 acres, p. o. Calamus. 

Young, Sarah, section 4, 79 acres, p. o. Calamus. 

ORANGE TOWNSHIP. 

Allison, David, sections 30, 31, S2,'247 acres, p. o. Orange. 
Allison, A. S., sections 31, 6, 207 acres, p. o. Orange. 
Artis, Lpuis, sections 20, 0, 77 acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 
Brown, H. sections 1, 31, 0, 30, 337,acres, p. 0, Orange. 
Barber, N., sections 4, 9, 29,28, 32, 351 acres, ]). o. Orange. 
Barber, W. U., sections 29, 30, 32, 5, 131 acres, p. o. Oninge. 
Bori^, Henry, sections 24, 6, 150 acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 
]5arr, F., section 10, 100 acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 
Brownell, John, sections 34, 3, 228 acres, p. o. De Witt. 
Blink, Maria, section 13, 150 acres, p. o. De Witt. 

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Bruiulage, Eiio, sections 17, 5, KIG acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 
Bolte, 11. W., sections 4,5, loS acres, p. o. Chaud Mound. 
Bartlett, James, section 10, 194 acres, p. o. l)e ^Vltt. 
Butterlield, T. F., section 8, IGO acres, p. o De Witt. 
Barney, A., section oO, hO acres, j). o. Orange. 
BainM. \V., section 21, 118 acres, p. o. l)e Witt. 
Bolta, Conrad, sections 4, 9, 234 acres, p. o. CJrand ^lound. 
Barber, Eugene, section 19, 40 acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 
Baldwin, Iticluird, section 3(3, ;i9 acres, p. o. l)e Witt. 
Born, Henry, section 5, 9 acres, p. 0. Grand Mound. 
Barber, G, W., section 31, 7.") acres, p. o. Orange. 
Chapman, J. L., sections 4, 34, 27, 0, 124 acres, p. o. De Witt. 
Casy, J. L., sections IG, 4, 70 acres, p. o. De Witt. 
Campbell, Robert, sections irj, 22, 191 acres, p. o. De Witt. 
Cook, John M., section 27,38 acres, p. o. De Witt. 
Carr, B. ¥., section 4, acres, p. o. Grand JMound. 
Cox, Townsend, section 34, 100 acres. 



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Crowd, Eli, sections 34, 24,0. 59, l!)7 acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 

Calder, (J., section 32, 78 acres, p. o. Orange. 

Doe, William, section 17, 77 acres, p. o. ( Jrand Mound. 

Dawson, S. G. & 11. II., section 5, 20 acres. 

Dawson, 11. 11. , sr., sections 31,'5, 87 acres, p. o. Orange. 

Duke, James E., section 33, 7o acres, p. o. Orange. 

Donovan, John, section «, 120 acres, p. o. Grand .Mound. 

Dignan, Michael, sections 10, 9. 154 acres, p. o. De Witt. 

Dawson, J. N., section 1, 18G acres, p. o. De Witt. 

Du'tton, Leloy, seciion 1, 557 acres, p. o. De Witt. 

Daniels, Francis, section 9, 40 acres. 

Dutleft', John D., section 5, 79 acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 

Dove, llebekali, sections 15, 10, 39 acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 

Dorr, E., section 4, 00 acres, p. o. Grand J^Ionnd. • • 

Foster, W. II., sections 27, 1, 50 acres, p. o. De Witt. 

Frederick, X., section 21, 158 acres, p. o. De Witt. 

Fay, 11. A., section 3, 320 acres, p. o. De Witt. 



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Foley, Michael, section 5, 27 acres, p. o. (Jnind Mound. 

Giibben, Fuilh, section 3, 158 acres, p. o. De Witt. 

Guth, Henry, section 4, ;i2() acres, p. o. De Wilt. 

Grimm, Henry, section 5, 320 acres, p. o. I)e Witt. 

Gray, Duncan, sections 20, li'J, It), 230 acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 

Gothman, Christ, section 4, 71) acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 

liammon, F. M., section 3i, 80 acres, p. o. De Witt. 

IIupi), John, section 1, 78 acres, p. o. De Witt. 

Hastings, 8., section 15, 12iJ acres, p. o. De Witt. 

Harrington, N., secliou 3;i. 118 acres, p. o. De Witt. 

House, Lucien, section 5, 7 acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 

Ilahn, n. K., sections 19, 5, 20, 7 acres.]), o. Grand Mound. 

Harrington, M, A. , sectiou 32, 2G0 acres, p. o. De Witt. 

Hauser, William & L. A , section 32,4,234 acres, p.o. Orange. 

Hahn, L"; M., section 21, 79 acres, Grand Mound. 

High, W. R., section 27, 80 acres, p. o. De Witt. 

Hite, John, sections 1, 17, 09 acres, p. o. De Witt. 



P. S. Towie buys for cash and sells cheap, Clinton, Iowa. 

Ilogan, John, section 8, sO acies, p. o. Grand Mound. 
Hasen, John, section 9, 80 acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 
Hatfield, Tliomas, sectioji 3, 40 aei-es. p. o. De Witt. 
Harrington, R, section 5, 40 acfes, p. o. (hand Mound. 
Helkens, Henry, section 4, 5 acVes, p. o. Grand Mound. 
Ingranie, G W, sections 7, 18, 4, 5, <iaacres, p. o. Grand Mound. 
Jordan, George, Bection G, 79 acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 
Jamison, II J, section 10, 3 acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 
Jones, Gabel, section 4, 75i acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 
Jordan, J JNI, section 5, 79 acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 
Jook, John, section 18, 154 acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 
Judge, Patrick, section 20, 158 acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 
Keimedy, David, sections 16, 4, 33, 117 acres, p.o. Grand Mound. 
Kahler, Ernst, sections 1, 2, 6, 150 acres, p.o. Grand Mound. 
Kahler, Charles, section 5, 7(i acres, p.o. Grand Mound. 
Kennedy, William M, section 12, 38 acres, p. o. De Witt. 
Kennedy, Samuel, section 16, 72| acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 



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Kelley, iMiomas, section 5, 231 acres, p. o. Graiul Mound. 

Kaltenbach, A, section 6, 32 acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 

King, G W, sections 32, 29, 80, 549 acres, p. o. Orange. 

Law, Peter, section 18, 156 acres, p. e. Grand Mound, 

Lowry, John & A, sections 27, 28, 157 acres, p. o. l)e Witt. 

Lockhart, G, section 34, 40 acres, p. o. Orange. 

McCanghey, William, sections 34, 4, 61 acres, p. o. i)e Witt. 

ililler, E A, section 1(5, 14i acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 

Miller, II D, sections 5, 8, 19, 38 acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 

Merrill, J R, sections 24, 17, 5, 21, 7, 2, 205 acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 

Mockridge, Henry, section 22, 117 acres, p o. De Witt. 

Moore, James, section 8, 39 acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 

Mase, John, sections 19, 32, 80i Grand Mound. 

Mockridge, George, section 22, 39 acres, p. o. De Witt. 

Meredith, 1) B, section 4, 22 acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 

Manwarring, II, section 19, 75^ acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 

Miller, Edwin, sections 31, 5, 92i acres, p. o. Orange. 

"Boss" on Trunks, &c., at Buell & Board man's, Lyons, lowa. 

McCaUghey, C, sections 27, 34, 3, 80 acres, p. o. De Witt. 
Maguire, II, sections 27, 4, 83.^ acres, p. o. De Witt. 
Mayes, 8irah, section, 15, 48 acres. 

Mooney, James, sections 7, 8, 89 acres, p. o. firand Mound. 
Maty John, sections G, 5, 78 acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 
Mooney, John, section 7, 68J acres, {). o. Grand Mound. 
McConnell, J, section 3, 119 acres, p. o. De Witt. 
McCullough, F, section 10, 79 acres, p. o. De Witt. 
Maraback, Nic, section 25, 78J acres, p. o. De Witt. 
Miles, R, sections 33, 34, 79i acres, p. o. Orange. 
Names, Daniel, sections 6, 36, 30, 118 acres, p. o. Orange. 
Oliver, Thomas, sections 25, 6, 45, 196 acres, p. o. De Witt. 
Oberdrhe, Gus, sections 17, 5, 108 acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 
O'llearn, M & P, section 5, 40 acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 
Ordway, Walker, sections 10, 15, 10, 22, 332 acres, p. o. De Witt. 
Phillips, Mary, sections 19, 4, 43 acres. 
Paschal, G W, sectionB 17, 8, 9, 359^ acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 

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I'erry, John 11, section '20, 77 acres, p. o. tiraud iSIouiid. 

Qui<j;ley, Tlioinas, section 1'3, 19;j acres, p. o. De Witt. 

Robb, Jolm, sections 9, 10, 4, 15, 219 acres, p. o. (irand ]\Io\uul. 

Robb, David, sections 15, 10, 9, 4, 215 acres, p. o. (iraud Alound. 

Radliff, Cliarles, sections G, 12, 197 acres, p. o. Grand Mound. ' ;_ 

Ryan, John, Section 10, 89 acres, p. o. I)e Witt. 

Radliff, Aug, section 5, 77 acres, p. o. CJraiul Mound. 

Ratlije, Jolm, section 6, 23t> acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 

Saddoris, Cliarles, sections 10, 3, 78 acres, p. o. l)e Witt. 

SSaddoris, Samuel, section lo, 17 acres, p. o. De Witt. 

Smith, Sarah, sections 28, 4, 178 acres, p. o. De Witt. 

Smith, John, sections 27, 4, 48 acres, p. o. De Witt. 

Smith, Noah, sections 34, 4, KjA acres, p.,o. De Witt. 

Suiter, Samuel, section 21, GO acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 

Suiter, Frederick, sections 22, 28, 272i acres, p. o De AVitt. 

Spanding, Jolin, section 21, 58 acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 

Btoller, DaVid, section 7, 79 acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 



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Stolier, I'iiillip, section 7, 79 acres, p. o. (irand Mound. 

Shnhen, M, section 4, 10 acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 

Smith, W D, sections 28, 8;J, 4, 32, 3, o93j acre^, p. o. Orange. 

Sohwein, Henry, seetlou 0, 110 acres, i). o. Grand Mound. 

Stemple, Sam, section 1, 70 acres, p. o. De \Vitt. 

Stuart, B T, section 20, 79 acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 

Stephenson, .GeorgP, section 19, 39 acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 

Smith, Abram, sections 29, 5, 32, 184 acres, p. o. (J rand Mound. 

Smith, Anderson, section 33, 158 acres, p. o. Orange. 

Twogood, Terry, sections 18, 0, 11, 10, SO acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 

Vickery, Hannah, section 19, 79 acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 

white, Duncan, section 21, 158i acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 

Weise, Paul, sectiuii^ 17, 151 acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 

White, Freelan, sections 29, 8, 28, 107i acres, p. o. Grand ]\Iound. 

Walrod, A, sections 5, 7, 172 acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 

Weeks, James, flections. 13, 20, 18, 5, 202 acres. 

Wirth, John, section 7, 150 acres, p. o. Grand Mound. 

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Wiese, Cluus, sections oO, 25, 32, 5, Ifil acres, p. o. Orange. 
West, Edward, section 27, MTf acres, p. o. i)e Witt. 
"Wliiting, D, section ;5;3, 3i) acres, p. o. De ^Vitt. 
Wilt, Frederick, sections (i, 5, 4, 824 acres, p. o. Grand Monnd. 
"William, Frank, section 5, 77 acres, p. o. Grand ]\Iound. 
William, Horace, section 18, 91 aci-es, p. o. (;rand Mound. 

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AUyn, J IT, section IC, 40 acres, p. o. Burgess. 

Armstrong, Piatt, sections 27, 22, 220 aci-es,p. o. Lost -Nation. 

Armstrong, Henry, sections 20, 26, 34, 27, 2, 249A acres, p. o. Lost Nation, 

Ames, Levinu, section 20, 40 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. 

Ahrns, T II, sections 2, 11. 10, 201 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. 

Atkinson, Junies, section 2-1, 107 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. 

Appleton, (Jeorge, sections 5. 4, 177i acres, p. o. Burgess. 

Adams, Davis, sections 5, 8, IGO acres, p. o. Burgess. 

Butoli)h, J (i, section 3, 121 acres, p. o. Nashville, Jackson County. 



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Bennet, J ^V, section 1(3, 1 acre, p. o. Nashville, Jackson County. 

Burwell, Jacob, sections 18, 17, 20, 330 acres, p. o. Burgess. 

Burnett, II II, section 7, 100 acres, p. o. Burgess. 

Busch, J D, sections 13, 12, 157 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. 

Brimuier, L \\\ section 18, 39 acres, p. o. Burgess. 

Bennet, Stephen 17, 2 acres, p. o. Burgess. 

Brink, Chester, section 3, 50 acres, p. o. Baldwin, Jackson County. 

Burnett, C F, section 8, 78 acres, \). o. ihu'gess. 

Brown, Iliruni, section 23, 79 acres, p. o. Lost Nation, 

Barkley, iNIathias, section 13, 77 acres, p. o. Lost Nation, 

Bulloch, I) S, sections 27, 32, 94 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. 

Bligh, D C, section 21, 158 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. 

Brirricliter, F II, sections 10, 15, 99 acres, p. o. ]]urgess. '' 

Barnes, ^largareth, section 2, 40 acres. 

Bolta, Dedvi'h, section 21, 158 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. 

Busth, II, section ]3, 79 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. 

Barto, Isaac, sections 'iO, 34, 150 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. 

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Barkley, Ed, section 12, 97 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. 
Curry, Malcom, sections 2, 1, 201 acres, p. o. Nashville, Jackson County 
Carter, J JJ, sections 29, 32, 271 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. 
Carnicle, J, jr, section 19, 80 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. ■ ';•' 

Carnicle, J, sr, section 19, 39 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. ■ ' '* ',/ 

Cornstock. D D, sections 17, 20, 79i acres, p. o. Lost Nation, ,f: 

Cressy, Jolin, sections 25, 11, 4.2i acres, p. o. Lost Nation. j^ 

Current, Elisha, sections 17, 8, 2, 295 acres, p. o. Burj^ess. , ; 

Cook, H V, section 4, 79 acres, p. o. Burgess. . %■ 

Cook, C V, section 18, 55 acres, p. o. Burgess. ■ f 

Cook, Marshall, section 14, 234 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. ;'. 

Coons, Bidwell, section S3, 158 acres, p. o. Lost Nation, ■ . '.j; 

Currant, J B, sections 18, 17, 7, 8, 155 acres, p. o. Burgess. " 
Cram, A & L, section 8, 80 acres, p. o. Burgess. /ff. 

Cram, Caleb, sections 8, 7, 117 acres, p. o. Burgess. ■ , 

Currant, Orville, section 4, 118 acres, p. o. Burgess, -'ly 

Carter, Ira and Julius, seciion 30, 77 acres, p. o. Burgess. 

P.S. Towie sells Cloaks, Furs, and Ladies' Suits, Clinton 

Conwell, John, section 19, 40 acres, p.^o. Burgess. 

Cook, E M,^S('Cti()ir5, 38 acres, p. o. Burgess. 

Clapp, William, sections 20, 28, 274 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. 

Current, Welington, section 9, 79 acres, p. o. Burgess. 

Cook, Albert, section 32, 80 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. 

Curry, Mrs E J, section 2, 521 acres, p. o. J^ost Nation. , ■ '> 

Clapp, Leonard, section 28, 77 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. 

Cook, Lemmon, section 1, 5'acres, p. o. Nashville, Jackson County. ■ 

Dean, A A, sections 8, 9, 115, acres, p. o. Burgess. 

Daniels, Fritz, section 3, 95 acres, p. o. Burgess. 

Dichman, F, sections 9, 15, 3, 10, 2, 218 acres, p. o. Burgess. , •' 

Dell, John,7^ectioni7 32, 33, 118 neres, p. o. Lost Nation. 

Dutcher, Joseph, section 21, 90 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. _; 

Edmonds, Jane, section 25, 77 acres, p. o. Lost Nation, 

Ellis, Mathias, sections 15. 3, 234 acres, p. o. Burgess. . • ,. 

Frazier, William, sections 14, 2, 78 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. 

Frazier, Allison, sections 23, 24, 233 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. 

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Fnisier, J>yni:iii, sections 14, 23, 274 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. 
Friday, Jacob, section 7, 79 acres, p. o. J,ost Nation. 
Gardner, \V W, sections 27, 34, 28, 197 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. 
Gardner, A A, section 34, 313 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. 
Gorehani, Warren, section 25, 153 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. 
Gruver, Mary xV, sections 4, 3, 97 acres, p. o. Burgess. 
Gilroy, James, sections 10, 11, 15, 14, 317 acres, p. o. Burgess. 
Gunnagh, section 3G, 38 acres, i>. o. Lost Nation. 
Gab e, John, section 26, 138 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. 
Gruver, Daniel, sections 22, 15, 80 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. 
Goddard, Milton, section 1, 20 acres, p. o. Nashville, Jackson County. 
Gamble, T 1), section 32, 78 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. 
Gruver, William, section 3, 45 acres, p. o. Burgess. 
Grienwoldt, William, sections 1, 12, 113 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. 
Hudson, J L, section 27, 158 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. 
Ilovey, J L, section 29, 77 acres. 
Hendricks, Nathan, section 1, 99 acres. 

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Hopkins, Owin, section 9, 77 acres, p. o. Burgess. 
Hudson, S, section 27, 78 acres, p. o. i^ost Nation. 
Hurlbert,'D L, section 7, 79 acres, p. o. Burgess. 
Hill, John, section 25, 90 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. 
Hatlield, r, sections 11, 2, 27i acres, p. 0. Burgess. 
Hill, James, section 25, 89 acres, p. o. JjOst Nation. 
lUingworth, Isaac, section 13, 119 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. 
Iseman, Daniel, section 31, 77 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. 
Johnson, James, sections 3, 4, 80 acres, p. o. Burgess. 
Jackson, George C, section 31, 78 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. 
Johnson, J P, section 3, 39 acres, p. o. Burgess. 
Johnson, David, section 4, 39 acres, p. o. Burgess. 
Kloyd, Barney, section 33, 39 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. 
Kolb, Mathias, section 19, 81 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. 
Kammer, Daniel, section 33, 79 acres, p. o. Lost Nation, 
Kries, John, sections 14, 15, 102 acres, p. 0. Lost Nation. 
Kuhlman, II, section 22, 237 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. 

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Lillie, (ieorge, section 27, 89 acres, p. o. Lost Xation. 'i 

Lilley, IJ A, sections 31, o2, 318 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. ,i 

Lyniau, Charles, sections 23, 24, 314 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. . tv' 

J.oescli, Valentine, section 2(j, 92 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. 

Lochner, George, section 17, 77 acres, p. o. Burgess. --■ ' ,j_ 

Lewislield, II, section 30, 79 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. -i- 

Lanipliere, C W, section 2, 25 acrea, p. o. Lost Nation . ^■: 

Lunclion, R, sections 1,2, 120 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. j|. 

J.illie, A, sections 15, 10, 22, 28, 005 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. 

JNIyatt, Denjamin, section 12, 39 acres, j). o. Lost Nation. t 

Myatt, Thomas, section 12, 110 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. 

McCarter, It, sections 19. 20, 110 acres, p, o. Lost Nation. 

Marten, F 8, sections 10, 21, 110 acres, p. o. Burgess. i< 

Mulverhill, K, sections 19, 31, l'J5 acres, p. o. Burgess. ^ 

McCarter, josepli, section 24, 79 acres, p. 0. Lost Nation. • K 

Myatt, R, section 12, I5s acres, p. o. Loyt Nation. ^ 

Mchr, Hans, sections 13, 24, 194 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. f 



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Mohr, Peter, sections 3, 2, 937 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. 
Martin, West, section 16, Slf acres, p. o. Burgess. 
Miller, Gotlob, sections 21, 2, 122 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. 
Manroe, B F, section 34, 30 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. 
Mill, Isaac, section 20, 39 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. 
McCarter, Robert, jr, section 25, 117* acres, p. o. Lost Nation. 
McAndrews, Peter, section 30, 109 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. 
McAndrews, John, section 30, 77 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. 
McAndrews, Pliilips, section 36, 110 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. 
McAndrews, Patrick, section 30, 4u acres, p. o. Lost Nation. 
Mill, F A and E C, section 18, 98 acres, p. o. Burgess. 
Mohl, Cris, section 11, 115 acres, p. o. Burgess. 
Mil], Betsey, section 24, 78 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. 
IMcAniniich, George, section 1, 20 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. 
Moreliouse, Mrs E, section 2, 11 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. 
Nicols, ]3ruce, section 20, 158 acres, p. o. Burgess. 
Nodle, John, section 9, 78 acres, p. o. Burgess. 

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Ott, John, S(!Ctiuiis U, K), 77 acres, p. o. lUugess. 

Odel, Oro, section G, 77 ucres, p. o. ]Jurj^-ess. 

Obiel, Mrs, section 34, 38 ucres, p. o. Lost aSTation. 

O'Connor, James, section 30, 1.10 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. 

O'Kellie, Anna, section G, 77 acres, p. o. Burgess. 

Purely, Cieorge, section 29, 77 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. 

Tear, Ciiarles, sections 34, 28, \5-2 acres, p. o. Lost Nationi 

Parris, John, section 24, 153 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. 

Peters, James, section 18, 82 acres, p. o. Burgess. 

Paup, George, sections 2G, 35, 36, 472 acres, p. o. Lost Nationi 

Potter, (ieorge, section 1, 38 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. 

Potter, Isra, section 20, 39 acres, p. o. Burgess. 

Paup, William, sections 29, 32, 113 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. 

Preston, P, section IG, 77 acres, p. o. Burgess. 

Parkhurst, L, sectiijii 8, 40 acres, p. o. liurgess. 

Prosser, Charles, section 18, GO acres, i). o. Bui-gess.' 

Peast, Philips, section 31, 77 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. 

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Page, L K, section 2G, 1 acre, p. o. Lost Nation. 
Pithan, J II, sections 1, 2, 3, 4, 9, 39 acres, p. o. Burgess. 
Path, Dedrick, section 2, 11 acres, p. o. Burgess. 
Quinn, M, section 19, 7G acres, p. o. Burgess, 
llogers, Edward, section 30, 154 acres, p. o. Lost Nation, 
ilogers, William, section 30, 144 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. 
liead, George C, sections IG, 21, 20, 170 acres, p. o. Burgess. 
Eost, Jacob, section 13, 120 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. 
Read, James, section G, 79 acres, p. o. Burgess, 
launders, G W, section 2, 40 acres, p. o. Burgess. 
Stinson, Ira, section 5, 80 acres, p. o. Burgess. 
Sanderson, L A, section IG, 78 acres, p. o. Burgess, 
sieinger, Harmon, section 17, 79 acres, p. o. Burgess. 
Sheldon, Benjamin, section 18, 20 acres, p. o. Burgess. 
Swan, R R, section 1, 138 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. 
Smith, David, section 17, 70 acres, p. o. Burgess. 
Spoe, Anthony, sections 15, 2, 43 acres, p. o. Burgess. 



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Scanlon, Thomas, section 29, 156 acres, p. o. Lost Xation, 

Sluulo, "W, section 6, I'.io acres, p. o. IJurgess. 

Scott, Joseph, section fj(3, 1)12 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. 

Stevenson, Amanda, section 31, 150 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. 

Seben, Dedricb, sections 10, 2, 168 acres, p. o. Burgess. 

Sparks, J W, section 2, 20 acres, p. o. Burgess. 

Stumbaugh, S, section 83, 307 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. 

Scliultz, Joshua, section 2, 2-1 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. ; 

Stanton, James, sections 16, 17, 42^ acres, p. o. Burgess. 

Scott, Thomas, section 2, 5 acres, p. o. Nashville, Jaclvson County. 

Scott, Jolin, section 36. 39 acres, p o. Lost Nation. 

Stavely, John, section 23, -40 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. 

Stayer, P, sections 22, 15, 59 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. 

Stimson, J W, sections 5, 6, 236 acres, p. o. Burgess. 

Thompson, J, section 11, 8-5 acres, p. 0. Lost Nation. 

Taylor, H, section 4, 76 acres, p. o. Burgess. 

Teeple, Luther, sections 10, 11, 2, 3, 1, 431 acres, p. o. Burgess. 

P. S. Towie buys for cash and sells cheap, Clinton, Iowa. 

Trembil, A Y, sections 8, 9, 118 acres, p. o. Burgess. 
Trembil, C A, section 7, 80 acres, p. o. Burgess. 
Trembil, George, section 7, 80 acres, p. o. Burgess. 
Tennfield, John, section 9, 80 acres, p. o. Burgess, 
Tarr, John, section 2, 39 acres, p. o. Burgess. 
Updegraff, Julia, section 11, 40 acres, p. o. Burgess. 
Viers, S L>, section 30, 77 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. 
Wilkins, C W, section 16, 38 acres, p. o. Burgess. 
Whistsel, Peter, section 2, 10 acres, p. o. Burgess. 
Willard, R II, section 12, 77 acres, p. o. Burgess. 
Wilcox, A, section 4, 158 acres, p. o. Burgess. 
Wright, T C, section 7, 77 acres, p. o. Burgess. 
Waugh, J II, section 5, 156 acres, p. o. Burgess. 
Willmark, W, section 18, 135 acres, p. o. Burgess. 
Wade, Salem, section 36, 39 acres, p. o. Lost Nation. 
Watson, Abba, section 23, 78 acresi p. o. Burgess. 
Wade, Mary M, section 23, 40 acres, p. o. Burgess. 

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Wade, Duman, section 22, 40 acres, p. o. 15nrges3. 
Zood, Joseph, sections 9, 8, 78 acres. 

SPRING ROCK TOWNSHIP. 

Anderson, John, sections 6, 7, 14, 490 acres, p. 0. Wheutland. 
Anderson, Thos, sections 14, 26, 23, 59 acres, p. o. Wiieathvnd. 
Anthony, II, section 25, 40 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 
Alger &. Owens, section 36, 50 acres, p. o ^Vheatland. 
Butterlield, D G, section 25, 40 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 
Becknian, IJ, sections 7, 6, 122 acres, p. o. Wheatkmd. 
Bullerbeck, section 9, 2 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 
Brown, Aimer, sections 21, 18, 85 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 
i3urns, Mrs W, section 32, 80 acres, p. o. "Wheatland. 
Burns, Patrick, section 32, 80 acres, ]). o. Wheatland. 
Blazer, G W, section 31, 20 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 
Jlrown, Ames, section 36, 50 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 
Blackman, Theo, section 33, 00 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 

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Banks, L L, sectiou 1, 10 acres, p. o. Calamus. 
Backer, Ed, section 21, 40 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 
Bratlett, J, section 12, 40 acres, p. o. Calamus. 
Bunce, Catherine, section 12, 10 acres, p. o. Calamus. 
Brown, David, sections 11, 1,44 acres, p. o. Calamus. 
Batterson, Wm, section 21, 93i acres, p. o. Wheatland. . 
Boyd & Wagner, section 26, 32^ acres, p. o. Wlieatland. 
Blackman, G, section 34, 7 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 
Buckingham, H, section 24, 40 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 
Colder, L, section 7, 77 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 
Curtis, Sarah, section 6, 80 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 
Curtis, Lud, section 6, 40 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 
Cureeher, Mat, section 22, 93 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 
Coles, Gamboil, sections 34, 27, 35, 71 acres, p. o. Wlieatland. 
Chapman, II, section 31, 10 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 
Close, Mrs G, section 29, 40 acres, p. o. Wheatloud. 
Ceneteve, L II, section 31, 5 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 



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C'.uniiniiigs, JiuiifS. sectioiif4 iM, 1G, oO. 70 llcres, p. o. ^Vlle:ltI:uld. 

Coslello, Piter, section 13. 4oi acres, p. o. ('al;uiius. 

Cook, (J E, sections 30, 3(1, 1(30 acres, ]t. o. Wheatland. 

Cook, Mrs C ^I, section 30 !)0 acres, p. o. ^Vheallan(l. 

Crnson, W X, section KJ, 5 acres, ]). o. Calamus. 

Costelio, Thos, section J 3, 32i acres, p. o. Calanuis. A 

Cooper, 8, section 24, 120 acres, p. o. Calanuis. 

Davidson, Frank, sections 15, 14, 23, 210 acres, p. o. WheathuuL 

Danklef, Albert, section 12, 18 acres, p. o. Calamn.s. 

Davidson, N, .section.^ 22, 15, 14, 3o.'3 acres, p. o. W'lieatland. 

Dunn, Ed, section 35, 80 a'res, p. o. AVheatland. 

Dnnan, M II, section 25, 80 acres, p. o. Wlieatland. 

Dunn, E, section 3(3, 5 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 

Dosh, J P, sections 35, 3(3, 173i acres, p. o. W^heatland. • 

Dutton,^ Jerome, sections 30, 29, 11, 13, 24, 312 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 

Daniels, F, section 25, tK) acres, p. o. Wheatland. 

Ewalt, S II, sections 10, 1, 47^ acres, p. o. Wheatland. 

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Edwards, Elder, section 35, 7i acres, p. o. WheatlaiKl. 
Erickson, Tory, section 13, 40 acres, p. o. Calamus. 
En Wright, Martin, section 32, 10 acres p. o. Wheatland. 
Endorf, Wm, section 13, 22 acres, p. o. AVheatland. 
Englisli, D F, section 3(3,40 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 
Eldred, D W, section 2, 40 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 
Eager, Ernst, sections 10, 18, 100 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 
Enright, R, sections 32. 29, 31, 140 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 
English, W 11, section 30, 40 acres, p. o. AVheatland. 
Fortesen, Ole, section 24, 40 acres, p. o. Wlieatland. 
Follett, Frank, section 2G, 35 acres p. o. Wheathmd. 
Figley, Josiah, section 30, 22i acres, p. o. Wheathmd. 
Fouler, James, section 13, 3i acres, p. o. Calamus. 
Fox, Geo & L, sections 30, 19, 170J1 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 
Fuller, Andrew, sections 16, 17, 360 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 
Fiock, Jacob, section 16, 45 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 
Foy, Geo, section 20, 80 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 

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FAKMEUS' DIRECTOllY— SPUING ROCK TOWNSHIP. 103 

Frost, J A, section 11, 8;icres, \). o. Wlicatliuid. 

Fiecke, llenn;ui. sectiouo, 100 acres, p. o Wlieatland. 
<•■; (Jainble. F D, sections 14, 10, 14,'U acres, p. o. Wheatlaiul. 

Gedelinaiin, Adam, section 18, 120 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 

(Juffy, Isaac, section 10, lliO acres, p. o. AVlieatland. 

George, William, sections 33. 34, 70 acres, p. o. AVIieatland. 
r. J Gifford, Geo, section 28, 20 acres, p. o. Wlieatland. 

I Gilbert, J 0, sections 9, 8, 30, 2004 acres, p. o. Wliaetland. 
I I Goddavd, Peter, sections 20, 27, 23, Kio acres, p. o. AVIieatland. 
% Grase, Xelson, section 30, 20 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 
I Gerliart, Cln-ist, section 3, 77 acres, p. o. AVheatland. 

Gotsch, Asnuis, section M, 25 acres, p. o. Wlieatland. 

Goddard, (tCo, sections 31, 30, 32, 20, 480 acres, p o. Wheatland. 

Iloskins, O A, sections ,'„>U, 17, 14, 222 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 

Hill. F J, section i2, 30 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 
I Hart, B B, section 1, 5 acres, 1). o. Wheatland. 

Hadden. Ludwig, section IJ, U. acres, p. o Wheatland. 



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I Hiner, Henry, section 7, 152 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 

Honirighansen, Geo, sections 10, 15, l, 1.53 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 
I; Honirighansen, II, sections 20, 19, 31, 130 acres, p. o. Wheatland, 

Hunter, C, sections 24, 13, 80 acres, \). o. AVIieatland. 
I Hoffman, Michael, sections 4, 1, 2, 129 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 
I Honrighanseii, F, sections 33, 27, 28, 473 acres, j). o. AVIieatland. 

Hagen, Wm, sections 24, 14, 107 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 

Ilaugh, Mrs, section oO, 40 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 

Honrighensen, L, section 17, 120 acres, p. o. AVIieatland. 

Hogle, E, sections 34, 35, 117i acres, p. o. Wheatland. 

Hines, Mrs A, section 29, 80 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 

Ilanck, R E, section 12, 40 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 

Hatch, C C, section 34, 38f acres, p. o. Wheatland. 

Hansen, Paul section 23, 35 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 

^owlet, J, section 30, 5 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 

Hayes, Jonathan, section 24, 78 acres, p. o. AVIieatland. 

Honrighansen, sections 26, 25, 228 acres, p. o. AVIieatland. 



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Iloskins, W C, section 31, 80 iicres, p. o. A^'lleatlilll(l. 
Johnson, George, section 13, 41 acres, p. <). Wlieiitland. 
Jones, John, sections 31, 32, 80 aorea, p. o. Wheatland. 
Jones, Norah, section 32, 40 acres, p. o. Wlieatland 
Jolinson, J W, section 27, 101 acres, p. o. \Vlu«i]ladd. 
Johnson, John, section 13, 31 acres, p. o. ^Vheatland. 
Jensen, Fred, sections 9, 12,9 acres, j). o. Wheatland. 
Johnson, F J), section 2, 40 acres, p. o. Wlieatland. 
Jacobson,01e, section 23, 23acres, p. 0. Wlieatland. 
Kane, Dennis, section 32, lUO acres, p. o. Wheatland. 
Koch, John, sections 4, 14, Uio acres, p. o. AV'heatland. 
Keller, Alex, section 12, 2^ acres, p. o. Wheatland. 
Kane, Michael, section 23, 80 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 
Kearney, Frank, sections 20, 21, 120 acres, p. 0. Wheatland. 
Kubler, Mr5, section 1, O-l acres, p. o. AVheatland. 
Khihn, Henry, sections 4, 1, 42 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 
Kane, James, section 28, 40 acres, p. o. Wheatland, 



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Kane, Patrick, sections 32, 33, 29, 104 acres, p. o. "Wlieatland. 

Knoche, Geo, section 21, 80 acres p., o. Wlieatland. 

Knebel, John, sections 32, 29, 60 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 

Kube, Fred, sections 30, 1, 34 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 

Lightner, Dan, section 21, 80 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 

Legrage, James, section 32, 10 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 

L;\\)c|werv Henry, section 4, 40 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 

LjilTerty, John, section 13, 31 acr^s, p. o. Wheatland. 

Lohse, Christ, sections 5, 4, 9, 220 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 

Langtit, J J, sections 36, 22 acres, p. o. Wheatland, 

Lohman, Mrs, section 1, 2^ acres, p. o. Wheatland. 

Lowry, P, section 14, 8 acres, p. 0. Wheatland, 

Leffingwell, G II, sections 9, 15, 14, 7, 687 acres, p. o. Wheatland, 

Munson, L, section 11, 40 acres, p. o, Wheatland. 

Mohr, Margaret, sections 4, 1, 44 acres, p. o. Wheatland. u 

Mohr, Henry, sections 3, 1, 237 aci'es, p. o. Wheatland. M 

Mathews, A, section 31, 10 acres, p. o. Wheatland. W 

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Martins, Jolm, sections 22, 23, 14, llSi acres, p. o. AVheatlnud. 
Mayer, Fred, section 17, lUO acres, p. o. AVlieatlaiid. 
McCnlly, Dan, section 30, 20 acres, p. o. AVheatland. 
Marey, J S, sections 24, 25, 120 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 
Moore, David, section 34, i acre, p. o. Wheatland. 
McMahon, B. section 30, 20 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 
McLaughlin, W, section 23, 80 acres, p. o. \Vheatland. 
Marion, Thos, section 12, 10 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 
Mnrphy, E J, section 13, 40 acres, p. o. Wlieatland. 
i Meyer, I'eter, section 27. 40 acres, p. o. Wlieatland. 

f Nichols, ^V L, sections 9, 4, 1, 132 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 
Nntzen, section 13, 10 acres, p. o. AVheatland. 
Organ, J T, section 21, 80 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 
Organ, Peter, section 22, 60 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 
O'Toole, JSIary, section L5, p. o. Wheatland. 
O'Neil, Bridget, sections 33, 28, 320 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 
Oleson, Ed, sections 23, 36, 101 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 



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O'Neil, John, sections 28, 33, 29, 187 acres, p. o, Wheatland. 
Panstain, Paul, sections 5, 1, 164 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 
Pringel, Mrs M, sections 4, 1, 8, 204 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 
Pringel, David, section 4, 79i acres, p. 0. AVheatland. 
Penningworth, Wni, sections 18, 7, 240 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 
Puetch, Clirist, sections 20, 19, 2*.», 30, 236 acres, p. o. AVheatland, 
Parsons, C M, sections 34, 35, 185 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 
Palmer, Mrs fS, section 29, 160 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 
Parker, G AV, section 31, 15 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 
Page, Mrs M G, section 1, 40 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 
Parsons, F J, section 34, 190 acres, p. 0. AVheatland. 
Pickles & Mix, section 35, 30 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 
Kestine, J F, section 9, 1, 155 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 
Rasfit, Michael, section 32, 80 acres, p. o. AVheatland. 
llogers, C G, section 10, 100 acres, p. o. AVheatland. 
Reidesel, L, sections 2, 1, 06 acres, p. o Wheatland, 
Reidesel, John, sections 3, 4, 1, 177 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 

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Rasp, John, section 31, 10 acres, p. o. W^ieatland. 
Reidesel, George, sections 10, 11, 14, 148 acres, p. o.\Vheatland. 
Randall, 11 11, section 30, 40 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 
Roriclv, Wm, sections 21, 28, 29, 149 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 
Reidesel, L, II, sections 10, 11, 1, 2i:;7 acres, p. o. AVheatlatid. 
Reidesel, Henry, sections 18, 29, 140 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 
Rettig, John, section 1, 40 acres, p. o, Wheatland. 
Reidesel, I. & G, section 16, 135 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 
Roth, Solomon, sections 1, 13, 13, 7o acres, p. o. Wheatland. 
Reed, L, section 21, 40 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 
Rehder, John, sectioji 10, G acres, p. o. ^\'heatland. 
Randall, G W, section 3-5, ITOi acres, p. o. \Vlieatland. 
Rand, R \\\ section 3(i, 80 acres, p. o. \Vheatiand. 
Rose, Warren, sections 20, 30, 88} acres, p. o. Wheatland. 
Reidesel, J II, section 3, 80 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 
Rule, Geo, sections 34, '?0, 331 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 
Stours, J S, section 29, 40 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 



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Schwigler, Leonhart, section 2(), 40 acres, [>. o. Wheatland. 
Stix, & Co. sections 10, 11, 3, 313 acres, p. o. ^V'heatland. 
Schneider. F, sections 15, 22, 23, 145 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 
Schmidt, E \V, section 30, 24 acres, j). o. Wheatland. 
Schneider, J II, sections 19, 20, 30, 121 acres, p. o. A\'heatland. 
Schneider, Louis, section 17, 80 acres, p. o. AVheatland. 
Schneider, Ludwig, sections 17, 18, 19, KiOacres, i). o. AV'heatland. 
Scherrer, Jacob, sections G, 1, 1G5 acres, p. o, Wheatland. 
Semper, AVrn, section 1, 175 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 
Schneider, J P, sections 18, 32, 90 acres, p. o. AVheatland. 
Schneidei-, 11 A, sections20, 31, 178 acres, p. o. Wlieatland. 
Strackbein, Lnd, sections 31, 27, 29, 149} acres, p. o. Wheatland. 
Schneider, Geo, sections 22, 2G, 180 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 
Schneider, Louis, section 27, 40 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 
Schmitz, Franz, section IG, 15 acres, i). o. Wheatland. 
Stenibury, O, section 24, 40 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 
Sackrider, A J, section 30, CO acres, p. o. Wheatland. 



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FARMKUS' DIKECTOHY— SPUING KOCK TOWNSHIP. 107 

Schuiitz, Peter, sections 1, 10, 3, 4, y, 1G4 .icres, p. o. Wheivtlaud. 

Scott, J F, section SI, 40 acres, p. o. Wlieatlund. 

Miiian, Jerome, sections 27, 29, 218 acres, p. o. Wlieatland, 

Tredwell, C W, sections 14, 11, 01 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 

Traver, Michael, section 25, 40 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 

Tinan, Mrs B, sections 28, 29, 40 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 

Tucker, E M, section 29, 10 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 

AVright, O E, section 85, 130 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 

Witiie, Henry, sections 8, 12, 72 acres, p. o. \Vheatland. 

Withe, Fred, sections 8, 1, 259 acres, p. o. Wlieatland. 

"Williams, C J, section 16, 59 acres, \>. o. ^Vheatland. 

Whitney, D, section 25, 40 acres, p. o. Wlieatland. 

Wilson, 11, section 2, 80 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 

Whitney & Curtis, section 80, 20 acres, p. o. Wlieatland.- 

Wilke, Wm, section 10, 8 acres, p. o. Wheatland. 

Wasley, J, section 80 20 acres, ]). o. Wheatland. 

Walraven, Mrs C, sections 2, 11, 28, 882 acres< p. o. Wheatland. 

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Zindle, Mrs Anna, section 80, 17i acres, p. o. Wheatland. 

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Ailworth, Richard, section 17, 80 acres, p. o. Welton. 

Boysen, Bruder, section 10, 40 acres, p. 0. Welton. 

Boysen, Harsten, sections 9, 16, 200 acres, p. o. De Witt, 

Bnrke, Michael, sections 16, 8, 100 acres, p. ©. Charlotte. 

Brogan, Michael, section 21, 80 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 

Burke, Wra, sections 37, 11, 84, 180 acres, p. o. De Witt. 

Brogan, Peter, section 84, 160 acres, p. o. De Witt. 

Buckley, John, section 6, 80 acres, p. o. Welton. 

Benton, G, sections 27, 22, 14, 400 acres, p. o. De Witt. 

Burke, Pat'k, section 3, 160 acres, p. 0. Charlotte. 

Bracelin, John, sections 34, 38, 13, 160 acres, p. o. De Witt. 

Caldwin, Michael, section 15, 80 acres, p. o. De Witt. 

Cannon, Hugh, section 10, 80 acres, p. o. De Witt. 

Cavanauffh, Mr9 John, sections 17, 18, 16, 220 acres, p. o. De Witt. 



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Cooper, Geo, sectiou 22, 40 acres, p. o. De AV'ilt. 
Cummiiigs, Jas, seetio)! 2, SO acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Craney, Tim, sections 3(3, 11, 260 acres, p. o. JJe AVitt. 
Cornwell, Jas, sectiuiis 26, a.",, 36, 160 acres, p. o. De Witt. 
Collahan, Francis, section 25, 80 acres, p. o. De Witt. 
Cooper, Mrs Georf,'e, sectiou 22, 40 acres, p. o. De Witt. 
Craney, Fat'k, sections 11, 12, 14, 257i acres, |). o. Cluirlottte, 
Christiansen, A, section 13, 130 acres, p. o. Cliarlotte. 
Cassidy, Thos, sections 25, 36, 100 acres, p. o. De Witt. 
Clement. Thos, sections 28, 12, 200 acres, p. o, De Witt. 
Carty, Wni, section 10, 160 acres, p. o. Dc Witt. 
Cassidy, Josepli, section 36, 320 acres, p. o. Elvira. 
Cavanaug-h, Thos, section 20, 80 acres, p. o. De Witt. 
Cooke, John, section 23, 40 acres, p. o. De Witt. 
Dunn, Feter, section 8, 135 acres, p. o. Welton. 
Dunn, John, section 9, 80 acres, p. o. Welton, 
Drews, Henry, section 1, 100 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 



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Drews, Rudolph, section 1, 41 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Denonieny, Jos, sr, section 3, 79 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Davidson, Mrs E, section 23, 40 acres, p. o. De Witt. 
Dolan, Jno, sections 1, 11, 12, 13, 420 acres, p. o. Chailotte. 
Denononiy, Jos, jr, section 7, 80 acres, p. o. Welton. 
Dormandy, M, sections 15, 10, 100 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Dunn, B, section 8, 5 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Drew, Geo, section 2, 200 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Flannery, Bernard, sections 17, 18, 220 acres, p. o. Welton. 
Flinn, Jno, section 18, 80 acres, p. o. Welton. 
Farrell, Geo, sections 24, 23, 160 acres, p. o. Do Witt. 
Flannery, Thos, section 18, 80 acres, p. o. Welton. 
Frederickson, A, section 11, 80 acres, p. o. De Witt. 
' Foley, Jno, section 12, 53 acres, p. o. De Witt. 
Gill, Jno, section 1, 80 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Grentz, John D, section 1, 170 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Garrity, Michael, section 20, 80 acres, p. o. De Witt. 

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Uliisin^', (ifrg;iii, scctiuii 18, liO acres, p. o. De Witt. 

(Jliisin^', John, jr, se(aion lo, 40;ieres. p. o. De Witt. 

Glusing', C J, section 27, SO acres, p. o. De Witt. 

Ilarkiiis, James, sectious 26,35 acres, p. o. De Witt. 

Ilarkiiis, John, section 15, 10 acres, p. o. De AVitt. 

Ilannalier, Joiin, sections 4, 5, 100 acres, p. o. Cliarlotte. 

llanraluin, William (est), section 5, 100 acres, p. o. Charlotte- 

Ilanamann, A, sections 7, 18, 320 acres, p. o. Cliarlotte. 

Ilicliey, t'atriclv, section 21, 80 acres, p. o. De "Witt. 

Iliell, Miltou, sections 1, 2, 120 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 

Ilogau, Niclc, section 7, 80 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
. Hamilton, Henry, sections 15, 22, IGO acres, p. o. Charlotte. 

Ilanralian, William, jr, section 8, 80 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
- Ilobbs, Thomas, section 3, 80 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 

Hoist, Nicholas, sections 13, 12, 100 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
5 Hanrahan, Daniel, sections 5, 8, 80 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 

Hanrahan, M, sectloli 8, 80 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 

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I Hunter, Isaiah, section 28, 80 acres, p. o. De Witt. 

Hines, Martin, section 10, 40 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 

Hansen, II P, section 12, 107 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 

Hogerty, F, sections 24, 14, 200 acres, p. o. De Witt. 

Johnson, Mrs 11, sections 21, IG, 200 acres, p. o. De Witt. 

Kettleson, Christen, section 1, 40 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
I Kelley, Edward, sections 3< 10, 11, 250 a.cres, p. o. Charlotte. 

Logue, Daniel, section 13, 100 acresij p. o. Charlotte. 

Loughery, Edward, section 18, 20 act-es, p. o. Charlotte. 

Lantz, Joseph, section 5, 80 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
: Law lor, P, sections 2, 11, 204 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 

Lawlor, Daniel, section 18, 80 acfes, p. o. Welton. 

Levison, Richard, section 23, 160 acres, p. o. De Witt. 

Levison, C, section 20, iGO acres, p. o. De Witt. 
! Levell, P, section 15, 21 acres, p. o. De Witt. 

McDermott, JameS, section 10, 90 acres, p. 0. Charlotte, 

McGinn, Mrs Petoi^ Section 4, 340 acres, p. o, Charlotte. 

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JSIclJilin, James, section 4, 80 acres, i). o. Charlotte. 
Mealian, Mrs A, sections 17, 18, 2US acres, i). o. CJiarlotte. 
McGinn, Peter, jr, sections 9, 14, 180 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Muniford, Mrs M, section 18, 40 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
McAlister, Jane, sections 21, 10, 240 acres, p. o. l)e Witt. 
McCJinnis, Rosa, section 22, 40 acres, p. o. l)e Witt. 
McIIall, Thomas, 120 acres, p. o. De Witt. 
McUinty, Bernard, section (5, 120 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Murray, Henry, jr, sections 17, 14, 140 acres, p. o. rharlotte. 
McCoy, James, sections 25, 12, 140 acres, p. o. De ^\' itt. 
McCann, Ito^er, section 14, 40 acres, p. o. De Witt. 
McGinty, Richard, section 18, 80 acres, p. o. De Witt. 
McGinty, John, section 7, 240 acres, p. o. Weltoii. 
McElhatten, John, section 2, 8G acres, p. o. Charlotte, 
McGaity, John, jr, sections 35, 14, 200 acres, p. o. ]^o Witt. 
McDonnell, John, jr, section 26, 100 acnes, p. o. De Witt. 
McCanna, John, section 84, 80 acres, p. o. De Witt. 



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McCann, Michael, section 15, 80 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 

Mumford, Michael, sections 19, 17. 2U, 2G0 acres, ]). o. Charlotte. 

McGinn, Christy, section 5, 240 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 

Metcalf, John, section 10, 40 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 

Meggars, Clans, section 22, 40 acres, i). o. Charlotte. 

McDermott, John, section 12, 40 acres, p. o. CJiarlotte. 

Murtough, Dennis, sections 34, 14, 100 acres, p. o. De Witt, 

McMullin, r, section 21, 80 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 

Mangan, Mrs P, section 34. 200 acres, p. o. De Witt. ■ 

McCoy, Mrs John, sections 3, 11, 120 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 

McDermott, Thomas, sections 6, 5, 120 acres, p. o, Charlotte. 

Munson, John, section 12, 20 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 

Mode, Edward, section 1, 9 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 

McDevitt, George, section 11, 20 acres, p. o. Charlotte. ' 

Megger, C F, sections 13, 14, 240 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 

McLinan, John, sections 22, 15, 23, 199 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 

Murphy, Thomas, sections 24, 2.5, 1, 500 acies, p. o. Charlotte. 

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McGarry, William, section 9, IGU acres, p. o. Charlotte. 

.McDoDiiell, Patrick, section 20, 200 acres, p. o. l)e Witt. 
i. McDenuott, Luke, sections 20, IG, 240 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 

ilcDeniJOtt, James, section 4, 80 acres, ]>. o. Charlotte. 

McMullin, Edward, section 4, 80 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 

Norton, Thomas, section 15, 40 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 

OToole, Thomas, sections 8, 4, 280 acres, p. o. Cliarlotte. 

Paulsen, Martin, section 12, 20 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
' Tctersen, C, section 10, 00 iicres, i). o. Charlotte. 

(^ligley, Edward, section 10, 1 lO acres, \k o. Charlotte. 
I Qtiinn, J^lrs T, sections 8/5, 11, 2, 15, 540 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
f Q'ligley, W, section 21, 80 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
I Rositer, Mrs James, sections ;}, 10, 2, 141 i acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
;| Rathman, George, .sections I. 12, 100 acres, p. o. tlluirlotte. 
^ Ueed, Mrs Mary, sections 17, 28, 200 acres, p. o. I)e ^Vitt. 
l' Rositer, William, sections .H, 10, 181 acres, p. o. I)e Witt. 
I Shannon, Patrick, sections 25, 24, 100 acres, p. o. l)e Witt. 

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I Spam, John, section 0, 80 acres, p. o. Charlotte, 
' iSeivert, \Yo\t, section 3, 80 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Spelacy, M, section 29, KiO acres, p. o. De Witt. 
i Schrader, C, section 25, 40 acres, p. o. De Witt. 

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\. Mioultz, section 14, 80 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 

^ Smith, Wall, section 34, 40 acres, p. o. ])e Witt. 

1 Stone, Joseph, sections 28, 14, 220 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 

• Showalter, E T, section 20, IGO acres, j). o. De Witt. 

r Stone, John, section 28, oO acres, p. o. De ^Vitt. 

^Sinksen, H, section 11, 20 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 

Trimble, M, section 14, 80 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 

Trimble, Tliomas, section 27, 80 acres, p. o. De Witt. 

Walsh, Edward, section G, 120 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 

Walsh, Thomas, section G, loO acres, p. o. Cliarlotte. 

Whelan, Peter, sections 9, 8, 240 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 

Whealan, John, section 11, 40 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 

Whitman, F, section 23, 80 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 



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White, II M, sections 23, 24, 14, 160 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Williams, Traver, section 1, 71 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Wolfe, Hans, section 22, 80 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Weise, W, sections 24, 13, 280 acres, p. o. De Witt. 
Weston, Daniel, section 28, 160 acres, p. o. De Witt. 

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Aikman, Elizabeth, section 34, 99| acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Atkinson, O F, section 27, 2J acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Albright, G M, section 27, 25 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Adams, Uriah, section 28, 157 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Adams, John, section 84, 160 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Arkenberg, Henry, section 2, 228^ acres, p. o. Brown Station. 
Arkeyberg, Barney, section 11, 80 acres, ]). o.Cliarlotte. 
Albright, A J, section 26, 120 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Albriglit. Sain, section 13, 20 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Assenmaker, N, sections 5, 4, 8, 9, 120 acres, p. o. Iligg's Station. 



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Brady, Alary, section 22, 40 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 

Bonnan, Aug, section 2, 149 acres, p. o. Brown Station. 

Borman, Mathias, section 1, 160 acres, p. a. lirown Station. 

Brathewen, C, section 12, 80 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 

Bulger, John, sections 23, 14, 195 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 

Bernard, James, section 22, 120 acres, p. o. Cliarlotte. 

Ball, r Q, sections 21, 18, 197 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 

Burk, James, section 33, 490 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 

Brookman, Fred, section 10, 160 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 

Darrick, William, section 6, 80 acres, p. o. Bigg's Station. : 

Burnett, John, section 24, 80 acres, p. 0. Charlotte. | 

Brinkman, Joseph, section 39, 174 acres, p. o. Charlotte. j 

J3rown, Bernard, sections 4, 11, 2, 247 acres, p. o. Charlotte. | 

Peeby, Daniel, sections 23, 22, 15, 100 acres, p. o. Brown Station. ! 

JBrenan, William, section 10, 40 acres, p. o. Charlotte. | 

Penett, Lucius, sections 7, 6, 120 acres, p. o. liriggs Station. 

Beeby, Charles, section 27, 5 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 



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Eutalle, Michael, sections 10, 8, 99i acit-s, p. o. Ciiurlotte. 
Jirotliersoii, S(-cti(Jii 23, 119 acres, p. o. ('liai'lotte. 
]kn-inaii, John, section 1, 80 acres, p. o. Bruwn Station. 
IJurkens, William, section 12, 110 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
IJoldt, Frank, section 85, 88 acres, p. o. Cliark)tte. 
Costolo, John, section 29, 80 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Costolo, J II, sections 29, 33, o9G acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Costolo, Thomas, section 32, 80 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Costolo, Johnny, section 32, 210 acres p. o. Charlotte. 
Costolo, Matt, section 19, IGO acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Cashel, Michael, section 28, 80 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Cleary, John, section 22, 40 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Callahan, John, sectimis 14, 15, 210 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Case, Lonisana, sections 23, 15, 7G acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Connors, Patrick, sections 15, 10, 19G acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Chamberlain, X X, section ti, 20 acres, p. o. Brown .Station. 
Carpenter, C F, section (5, 20 acres, p. o Brown Station. 

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Crouch, Jesse, se»jtions 34, 4/;92 acres, j). o. Charlotte. 
Case, Elias, section 7, 40 acres, p. o. Kig^s Station. 
Coan, W F, section G, 80 acres, p. o. Kiggs Station. 
Clark, Michael, section IG, 80 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Case, Jeremiah, sections 23, 24, 120 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Uingwell, J, sections 30, 29, 554 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Dowiing, John, sections 8, 9, 4, 81 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Delarm, John, sections 7, 18, 117 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Dickey, Robert, section 13, 20 acres, p. o. Goose Lake. 
Dohm, Anth, section 9, iGO acres, p. o. lliggs Station. 
Driscol, Jerry, section 17, IGO acres, p. o. lliggs Station. 
Determan, Joseph, sections 1, 12, 200 acres, p. o. Brown Station. 
Denomina, J, section 34, 80 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Dunahm, Tiiomas, section 21, 40 acres, p. o. Cliarlotte. 
Evans, John, section 9, 80 acres, p. o. lliggs Station. 
Ellis, T II, section 25, 151 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Fox, Edward, section 20, 120 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 

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Fiu-uell, Mrs Jolin, sections 27, 4, 130 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Fehring, sections 4, 5, 193 acres, p. o. Broivu Station, 
riynn, ilathew, section 3, 80 acres, p. o. IJrown station. 
Fohey, Edward, section 30, 73i acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Fogerty, Thomas, sections 15, 14, 120 acres, p. o. Cliarlotte. 
Goldman, M G, sections 25, 35, 273 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Gollobitsch, J, section 13, 40 acres, \\. o. Charlotte. 
Gilmore, Albert, sections 27, 28, 681 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Gilligan, Alice, section 14, GO acres, p o. Charlotte. 
Golilman, John G, sections 21, 25, 280 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Gilmore, A, sections 34, 25, 7U acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Goodale, Arthur, sections 10, 29, 99i acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Gleason, Alize, section 18, 40 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Gannon, Henry, section 5, 10 acres, p. o. IJrovvn Station. 
Ileng, Hmiry, section 21, 80 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Ilunrahaii, Dan, sectioiis 20, 28, 410 acres, p. u'. Cliarlotte. 
Ilanrahan, Martin, section 17, 80 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 



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IJuulei-, \V A, section 34, V.) acre.;, \\. o. Ch;!i-li)tte. 
llarty, William, section lo, 218 acres, p. o. ( hailolte. 
IloiH'oyd, .John, hcctinii 2, li)i ai-rcs, p. o. I'rown Statifjii. 
ilnll, .Mili-Dii, .s(Hiion:s 3ii, 35, 180 acres, i). o. Cliaiidlte. 
Ilaylock, W illiam, S'^clioa 5, 8) acixs, p. o. i'-n-wn Station. 
Ilaurahaii,. John, .section 27, 58 acres, p. o. Cliarlotte. 
Ilines, Bridget, sections 18, 7, 107 acres, p. o. lilggs Station, 
Ilicks, J, section 1, loO acres, p. o. Brown Station. 
Hansen, Lawrence, section Ifi, 120 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Hansen, H J, sections 7, G, 80 acres, p. o. lliggs Station. 
Hansen, Teter, section 13, 20 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Heningsen, B if, section 21, 80 acres, p. o. Lyojis. 
Henkens, Peter, sections 13, 24, 103 acres, p. o. Brown Station. 
Inghler, Paid, sections 35, 5, 132 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Johnson, O X, section 34, 40 acres, p. o. Charlottb. 
Kirwen, Pat, sections 11,4, 120 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Kittleson, Henry, sections 20, 27, 77 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 



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Louderbausli, M, sectiona 36, 25, 1:U2 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
J^ucksted, tlhhii, sections^ IG, 9, 220 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Lund, John, sections 2G, 27, 3.5, 2 acres, p. o. Charlotld. 
LDugherty, John, section 1), 22 acres, p. o.^CharlotLe. 
Lamoth, George, sections 10, -l, 9, 12.5 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Lanagan, Pat, section 13, 30 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Lamotli, John, section 15, 80 acres, p. o. Cliarlotte. 
Lender, John, section 11, 80 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Lanibaugli, George, section 13, GO acres, ]>. o. Charlotte. 
Lanibaugh, Henry, sections 13, 24, 240 acres, p. o. Charlotto. 
Lucksted, Fred, section 9, 80 acres, p. o. Itiggs Station. 
Loske, Joe, section G, 40 acres, p. o. Riggs Station. 
Laferty, Bernard, section 22, 120 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
McDonald, James, sections 19, 20, iGOi acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Marshall, William, section 14, 40 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Malone, Michael, section 17, 80 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
McLaughlin, William, section 5, G9 acres, p. o. Riggs Station. 

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Jilaher, Mrs, sections 10, 2, 180 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Monalian, John, sections 2G, 23, 503 acres, p. o. Chailotto. 
McGinn, Mrs. section 4, 30 acres, p. o. l^rown Station. 
McClure, L, sections 23, 2G, (iO acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
McClure, C, sections 14, 23, 7GJ acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Mc(i inn, Chris, sections 5, 32, 8o acres, p. o. Charlotte; 
Mason, John, sections 2.5, 30, 80 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
McGinn, Daniel, sections 33, 31, 80 acres, p. o. Chailotte. 
McDermott, Thomas, section 31, 80 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
McLaughlin, M, section 12, 40 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
McLaughlin, James, section 12, 120 aCrcs, p. o. Charlotte. 
McCoy, John, section 18, 80 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Miller, Christian, section. 24, 40 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Mierly, Hannah, sections 7, 18, 7.5 acres, p. o. Riggs Station. 
McGinn, Peter, section 33, 120 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
McCoy, Pat, sections 8, 5, 114 acres, p. o. Riggs Station. 
McMullen, Ed, section 33, 180 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 

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Nurre, Henry, section 2;]. 2;'>0 acres, p. o. JJrown Station, 

Newhouse, Aloyes, sections 1, 12, IGO acres, p. o. JJrown Station. 

O'Mera, Pat, section 19,' 80 acres, p. o. Cliarlotte. 

O'Mera, William, section 19, 80 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 

O'Meara, Thomas, section 19, 80 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 

Ormsby, Pat, section'Sl, 40 acres, p. o. Charlotte. ,' 

O'JMeara, Jolni, section 18, 80 acres, p. o. Charlotte. '' 

O'Connors, Sam, section 34, 40 acres, \). o. Charlotte. 

O'lMeara, P, section]18, 80 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 

O'Toole, Thomas, section 88, 140 acres, p. o. Charlotte. ' ' | 

PrelTer, John section 35, DiJ acres, p. o. Charlotte. ' jl 

Powers, Mary, sections 10, o, 200 acres, p. o. Cliarlotte. ,;| 

Pitze, John, sections 4, fj, 2:i7 acres, p. o. lirown Stati(ni. [% 

Phelps, Benjamin, section (i, 40 acres, p. o. !{i^'f,^s Station. i 

Peschal, Andrew, section .T, 95 acres, p. o. Ki^'gs Station. | 

Perrion, Andrew, sections 8, ti, 07 acres, p. o. Riggs Station. | 

Peschal, Joseph, section 7, 100 acres, p. o. lliggs Station. -I 

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P. S. Towie buys for cash and se//s cheap, Clinton, Iowa. 1 

Qnigley, John, section ?A), 15(1.} acres, j). o. Charlotte. 
Qnigley, Edward, sections li», 30, IGO acres, ]>. o. Cliarlotte. 
C^uirk, P G, section 27, 10 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Ilathhurn, B, section G, 40 acres, p. o. lliggs Station. 
Keed, Nancy, section 32, 40 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Riggs, A J, section 17, 15G acres, p. o. lliggs Station. 
Reed, sections 23, 15, 85 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Royalty, Mrs, sections 35, 4, 135 acres, p. o. Charlotte, 
Rife, John, sections 5, 8, 120 acres, p. o. Riggs Station. 
Kossiter, AVilliam, sections 7, 14, 90 acres, \). o. Charlotte. 
Rust, Henry, section 11, 80 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Spain, Daniel, sections 31, 14, 88 acres, p. o. Cliarlotte. 
Spain, John, sections 14, 31, 88 acres, p. o. Charlotte 
Spain, Margaret, sections 31, 14, 224 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
S])ain, Cornelins, section 31, 200 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Stuart, Robt, section 3G, 3G0 acres, i». o. Charlotte. 
Smith, Pat, sections 28, 21, 80 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 

Drugs, School Books and KotionSj at D. B. Snyder's, Lyons. 



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Smith, James, section 15, 8oi acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
^hllll, Josiah, section 27, lo2 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Shull, Lewis, section ii7, 37 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Spurnwell, James, sections 14, 13, 120 acie^f, p. o. Cliarlotte. 
Swihart, David, section 3, 151 acres, \). o. Brown Station. 
Sims, J G, section G, 40 acres, p. o. Brown Station. 
Huiith, James, sections 11, 13, UiO acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Sims, n W, section 0, 70 acres, p. o. Itiggs Station. 
Stuart, John, section 33, 153 acres, p. o. Cliarlotte. 
Schrider, Fred, section 8, HO acres, p. o. Kiggs Station. 
Sterling, M, sections 10, 14, 100 acres, p. o. Charlotte, 
Seeley, Wm, sections L53, 30, 20 acn'S, p. o. Charlotte. 
Spurlink, Chas, sections 5, 21, 85 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Btrutzel, Mat, sections 0, 7,M00 acres, p. o. Kiggs Station. 
Sneckloth, C, section 35, 40 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Tisdale, S, sections 35. 5, 85 acres, p. o. ChurloUo. 
Vogeren, M, section 3, 120 acres, p. o. Brown Station. 

''Boss" on Trunks, &c,, at Buell & Boardnmn's, Lyons, Iowa. 

Vangroder, Israel, section 5, 40 acres, p. o. Kiggs Station. 
Watts, Bailey, sections 20, 13, 100 a(u'eH, p. o. Charlotte. 
Williams, Wm, sections 37, 24, 178 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Williams, Steplien, sections 34, 23, 80 acres, p. o. Cliarlotte. 
Wasshman, George, sections 3, 2, 130 acren, p. o. ]5rown Station. 
Wattering, Henry, section 11, 120 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Welsh, Michael, sections 25, 15, 14, 3271 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Watts, Thos, sections 14, 27, 57 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
AViney, R M J, sections 20, 8, 18, 474 acres, p. o. Charlotte. 
Winey, L G, section 18, 81 acres, p. 0. Charlotte. 
Ward, Wm, section 7, 80 acres, p. o. lliggs Station, 
Yocklege, George, section 7, 40 acres, p. o. Kiggs Station. 

WELTON TOWNSHIP- 

Anderson, Daniel, section 27, 400 acres, p. o. Welton. 
Anderson, Hans, section 32, 78 acres, p. o. Welton. 
Anderson, Henry, sections 20, 21), luO acres, p. o. Welton. 
Broscam, Benj, section 7, 1 18 acres, p. o. Welton. 
Brutts, Franchlin, section 7, 40 acres, p. o. Welton. 
Burgoyne, Kobt, sections 20, 30,29, 241 acres, p. o. Welton. 



Buy School Books and Drugs, at D. B, Snyder's, Lyons^ la. 



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Black, John, sections 37, 26, 152 acres, )). o. T)e Witt. 

]5rnoke, VVui, section 8, 351 acres, p. o. Welton. 

Bell, John, section 9, «U acres, p. o. Welton. 

]}urke, John, section 11, 2-IU acres, p. o. Welton. 

l3uch,C (i, sections 4,9, 15, 197 acres, p. o. >\'elton. 

Bntterfield, T F, sections 15, 27, 120 acres, p. o. Da Witt. 

]5etts, Wni, section U, 71 acres, p. o. Welton. 

]5abcock, Jas (), sections 8, 2, 118 acres, p. o. "Welton. 

Brothwel), Wrn, sections 31, 28, 80 acres, i>. o. Wellon. 

Banks, Egbart, section 5, 119 acres, p. o. Welton. 

]5arns, Natliaii, section 31, 120 acres, p. o. De Witt. 

JJutterfiekl, I) G, sections 4, 5, 80 acres, p. o. De Witt. ! 

Barley, Dennis, section 5, 40 acres, p. o. Welton. 

Cooper, George, sections 15, 9, 22, 218i acres, p. o. Welton. 

Conncilman, T, sections 22, G, 102 acres, i). o. AVelton. 

Canole, Thos, sections 8o, 28, IGO acres, p. o. Welton. 

Collins, Jno, section 12, 118 acres, p. o. \V''elton. 

Crowley"; Jno, section 14, 40 acres, p. o. Welton. 

Crowley, Catherine, section 14, 40 acres, p. o. Welton, 

Cooper, Forbes, section 18, 58 acres, p. o. Welton. 

Best Line of Dress Goods at P. S. Towle's, Clintorij Iowa. 

Carr, Anson, l^ection .5, 80 acres, }>. o. AVelton. 

Costello, Edward, sections 12, 13, 23, 4Go;;iu;ie.s. p. o. AVelton. 

Davis, Nathan, sections 3, 4, 240 acres, p. o. A\'t;lt(ii). 

Dobler, JSIartin, section 28, 144 acres, p. o. Welton. 

Dogregiui, Jeremiah, sections 23, '■in, 27, 200 acres, p. o. Welton. 

Dntley, Martin, section 1, 300 acres, p. o. Welton. 

Dankiu, Thos, section 17, 80 acres, p. o. Welton. 

Dannatt, Benj, sections 8, 4, 243 acres, p. o. Welton. 

Dannan, J AV, sections 29, 32, 28, 320 acres, ]). o. "Welton. 

Donghty, Anne, section 29, luO acres, p. o. Welton. 

Eartman, Jno, section 8, 160 acres, p. o. Welton, 

Gearhart, Wm, section 18, 120 acres, ]>. o. Weltoji. 

Gregoine, Jno, section 9, 79 acres, p. o. Welton. 

Grebin, Henry, section 33, 160 acres, p. o. Welton. 

Ililbert, Hans, section 24, 160 acres, \). o. AVelton. 

Ililbert, Henry, sen, sections 24, 13,'120 acres, p. o. Welton. 

Ilogan, Pat'k, sections 12, 1, 160 acres, p. o. Welton. 

Hoffman, Nuth, section 7, 210 acres, p. o. Welton. 

Hannan, Isaiah, section 32, 80 acres, p. e. AVelton. 

Howall, A, section 31, 200 acres, p. o. "Welton. 

Ililbert, O H, section 13, iGO acres, p. o. AVelton. 

Buy Medicines^ Lamps, kz.^ at D. B. Snyder's Lyons^ la. 



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Hull, Briuuii, section 10. SO acres, p. o. Welton. 
Jaiison, Mary, section 14, 90 acres, p. o. Welton. 
Kendig, Jacob, sections I'0, 17, KiO acres, p. o. Welton. 
Kruse, Dently, section 3:i, tCO acres, p. o. Welton. 
Killelier, Jas, section G, 80 acres, p. o. ^Velton. 
Knislit, Isaac W, section 20. liiO acres, p. o. Welton. 
Kennedy, John, section 8, IfiO jicres, p. o. Welton. 
Kracht, Anpust, section 83, 80 acres, p. o. AVelton. 
Loofboro, J W, sections 18, 9, 140 acres, p. o. Welton. 
Liiich, Robt, section 10, 80 acres, ]). o. "Welton. 
Lambert, J. P, sections 20, 15. 222 acres, p. o. De Witt. 
Lucy, John, section 33, 80 acres, p. o. Welton. 
Lawler, Dan, section 12, IGO acres, ]». o. Welton. 
Loofboro, Ij A, sections 17. 20, 150 acres, p. o. Welton. 
Loofboro, Isaac N, section 14,1 59 acres, p. o. Welton- 
Langhalt, Peter, sections 33, 80 acres, p. o. Welton. 
Langan, Ilugii, section i', 240 acres, p. o. Wejtoii. 
Langan, Barney, section 2, 1, 220 acres, p. o. Welton. 
McDevitt. Chas, sec^tions 25, 5, 120 acres, p. o. Welton. ' 
Jilalter, Wni, sections 10, 21, 22, 135 acres, p. o. Welton. 



Best Clothing at Buell & Boardman's, Lyons, Iowa. 



M('(_'onnell. J, si'dions -i',^ 2(i, 2:5, 2.i'> acres, ji. o. Wt'lt'.tn. 
.Mt.'lcalf, -loLn, seel inn !3, 4ij a(i<:s, p. o- "W riton. 
^ilviu's, Jolm, section 13, 1(>(» acjcs, p. o. W'-llou 
i\Ielter, Tlios, sections 4, 5, 80a,(uos, p. 0. Welton. 
McCutcheon, 8, section (1, 80 ames, p. o. AV^elton. 
^lurpliy, \, section 31, 100 acres, p. o. Welton. 
jSiurpliy, I'at, sections 8, 7, (i, 100 acres, p. o. Welton. 
Newby, Ilobt, sections 17, 5, 120 acres, p. o. Welton. 
Na^'lc, D F, section 29, 80 acres, p. o. Welton. 
Oberholtzer,^ I), section 18, 40 acres, p. o. Welton. 
Oberlioltzer, Jacob, section 18, 40 acres, p. 0. Welton. 
Parrott, Itichard, section 21,120 acres, p. o. Welton. 
Parker, San)uel, section 5, 79 acres, p. o. ^V^elton. 
Pierce, Lafayette, section 6, 40 acres, p. o. Welton. 
Peterson. Peter, section 18,81 acres, p. 0. Welton, 
Rand, John, sections 21, 22, 9, 10, 205 UQres, p. o. Welton. 
Rnthje, Wm, sections IG, 17, 9, 8, 210 acres, p. o. Welton. 
Rathje, Jno, section 28, 80 acres, p. o. Welton. 
Readings, O, sections 4, 5, 99 acres, p. o. Welton. 
Riley, Terence, sections 4, 5, 100 acres, p. o. Welton. 
Robson, J]io, section 10, 9, 199 acres, p. o. Welton. 

FiirnisliiDg Goods,Ilats and Caps, A, Stauber's, Clintou, 



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Risley, J S, section 19, 80 ;icres, p. o. Welton. 

Kyan, P II,se(;ti()ns 11, l], 8r,8j;K'res, p. o. \Velt()n. 

Ilisley, C P, section HO, 1.0 iicres, p. o. Wcltnn. 

llyan, Thos, sections G, r,, 80 acres, p. o. Welton. 

Ilyan, P il, section 11,80 acres, p. o. Welton. 

Hand, R X, section 30, 120 acres, p. o. Welton. 

Eobinson, J M, sections 19, 20, 240 acres, p. o. Welton. 

Euck, Fred, section 30, 100 acres, p. o. Welton. 

Schroeder, A, section 6, 00 acres, p. o. Welton 

Sullivan, Jno, sections 11, M, 120 acres,, p. o. Welton. 

Skinner, Wni, section 4, 120 acres, p. o. Welton. 

Shark, Jas, section 17, 80 acres, p. o. Welton. 

Stanley, Thos, sections 22, 21, 157 acres, p. o. Welton. 

Sivers, Jno, section 2G, 40 acretj, p. o. De Witt. 

Simpson, Geo, section G, 40 acres, p. o. \Velton. 

Snider, Chas, sections 19, 30, IGO acres, p. o. Welton. 

Swine, Henry, section 32, 80 acres, p. o. Welton. . 

Hpajn^, Jil, section 1, 160 acres, p. o. Welton. 

Tank, Ernst, section 32, 80 acres, p. o. Welton. 

Tully, Jas, section 16,80 acres, p. o. Welton. 

P. S. Towie sells Clodks, Furs, and Ladies' Suits, Clinic 

Ternan, M, sections 1, 12, 120 acres, p. o. "Welton. 

Tiernan Francis, section 12,77 acres, p. o. "Welton. 

Tallman, S II & ,1 A, section 10, 80 acres, p. o. A\'elton. 

Vanhorn, P S, section 18, 78.V acres,]), o. W^dton. 

Vanhorn, Jno, sections 17, 15, GO acres, p. o. Welton. 

Vanhorn, A, sections 17, 19, 15, 85 acres, ]). o. Welton. 

Vanhorn, O D, section 3, 120 acres, p. o. Welton. 

Vanliorn, M S, section 15, GO acres, p. o. Welton. 

Walrod, J R, sections 22,23, IG, 151 acres-, p. o. Welton. 

"Wiseman, Robt, section 33, 80 acres, p. o. Welton. 

Webster, Wni. sections 7, 16, 18, 29, 329 aces, p. o. Welton. 

AVichwire, Chas, sections 15, 16, 149 acres, p. o. Welton. 

Weise, Paul, section 13,80 acres, p. 0. Welton. '; 

Wilson, Tlios, section 20, 160 acres, p. o. Welton. 

Welch, Jas, section 27, 120 acres, p. o. Welton. | 

AV'ohlenberg, J, section G, 80 acres, p. o. Welton. I 

AVebster, Hiram, sections 10, 15, 151 acres, p. o. Welton. ! 

■^Vebster, Orange, sections 10, 15, IGO acres, p. o. "Welton. j 

Walrod, Tunis, section 5, 40 acres, p. o. Welton. ; 

Wickvvire. Ciiristine, section 22, GO acres, p. o. Welton. 

Walrod, N JST, sections 15, 9, 153 acres, ]). o. Welton. 

"^V^ilrod, Henry, section 22, 45 acres, p. o. Welton. 

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Oil ANDY L\Mn, 
O. U. TULIi. 



. WAITER I.ITAYKS, 
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AVM. J. YOUNG 
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DIRECTGRS: 



PresiMent. 

\ivo President. 

Treasurer. 

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J.C, WKb'J'O.V, 



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Interest allowed on deposits of one dollar and upwards, 



CIIANOV LAMff.: 
AKTKMliti l.AMH, 



w:Gornep:of Mairi and Fo Streets. 






Capital, 93100,000. Surplus, $50,000. 



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Vice President im(i Finnneial Oltleer, 

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DIRE GTO RSr 

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' A. R. OLNI'.y. L. M'MAHQN 

O L N E Y $c Wlc WI A H O N^ 

Drue and PaintBD 

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We have always on hand a full and I 

]?ertainine: to our Trade, 4 

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Wholesale and Retail Dealer in | 




I can sell niore C|opd3 formless money than any man in Clinton, as I bujq 

direct from Pactories, for Cash. These Goods have got to be 

• sold, and can be purchased at wholesale prices. Call 

and examine my stock, and! -will prove 

the assertion. 

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General Jobbing and Repairing. 



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?Jvil Work warranted to give satisfaction. Horse Hlioeing 
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pjllilrrss, !,;«.; SHOP SIX MILES WEST OF LYONS. 

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BOOTS -AND SHOES, 

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Men's, Women's and Children's Weary 

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i CLmTOJ^^ B0I&1% WOEKS, 

JOHN ALFRED, PROPRIETOR. ,; 

^' , MANUFACTURER OF ^f 

'STEAM-BOILERS, ■''' 

Liird Tanks, Soup Kettles, Smoke Stacks,- J3feetcliiiig luul =''-V' 

E Special Attention trtveii tp Kepniiiiij»;. OFdefs inoiuij^jy | 

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r 1 li.ne liad yeais of expcn'ieiice in the Business^ aild dail tet'er to any of 
, the J.eading Business JMeu of this City, piveitiert' trial. , 

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{ W. J. Young &Co., ipv.xTMv>xr 
f 0. J.AM1» & Sons, Kt.inton, 

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t": - Also Dealer in Nuts andCigars; ' 

He also keeps an immenKe stock of Toys and Fancy Goods, partly im- 

I ported direct from Germany, wliicli he will sfcll a^ very 
. low pricc'H, at Wholesale; and Retail. ^ 

'THE COUNTRY DEALIiillS IN TIIKSE ARTICLES 

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, Will find It to their interest to examine his Stock. ' 

Second Door West of the Post Oflace, Clinton, Iowa. 

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LBATHBR&FiNDING-S 

And Manufacturer of Boots & Shoes, 

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Mouldings of all Descriptions. 



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GEN ERAL DRY goods! 

Ladies and Gent's Furnishing Goods. \ 

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HISTORY — PIKXJTIESS — MAN UFACTUHES- SCHOOLS — RAir.- 
IIOADS — COM.MERCIAL I'OSITION — I'ROSPECTS. 

TuiUTY-TiiKEE ye ivs ago, the site now occupied by Clinton w;is tlie 
location of New York— not the nielropolis of the Western continent, bnt 
;i city as ^rand and impovLant, in tiie imagination of one Joseph liarllett, 
who hud settled "here and laid off a town with the above high-sounding 
I tiLle. Tills was before Iowa became a State, or even had an existence 
1^ as it Territory, the whole country west being peopled by savages and the 
denizens of the forests and the prairies. Mr. ]5artlett had also estab- 
l lished a ferry running from here ta Whiteside Point on the Illinois side. 
In the spring of 183S Mr. Bartlett, having arrived at the conclusion that 
Ills town, which looked so plausible on paper, would not succeed as well 
as he supposed, sold his venture to C. G, Pearce, Ool. P. Randall and Col. 
Jeiuiings. The whole linally reverted to Captain Pearce by purchase, 
and he received a patent for the s;nne in February, 18-lS. The place, 
after remaining several years without a settler, was devoted to agricul- 
ture, and so remained till isr)5, when the Iowa Pand Compajiy, who be- 
came owners of nearly all the land in tins vicinity, laid off the original 
plat of Clinton, and gave to it its present name in honor of the county 
that claims this ci^y as its brightest gem. 

The gentlemen who composed the lovva Land Company were far see- 
ing and shrewd; they believed that at this point would tiie great tidal 
wave of emigration enter the State, and that many of the more enter- 
prising, seeing the advantages here offered for the safe investment of 
their capital, and for the building of comfortable and attractive liomes, 
would stop, and, with those coming before, build up a city which should 
be the pride of Central or Eastern Iowa. They saw, too, the facilities 
offered by tlie natural advantages of the site for extensive manufactories, 
as well as the necessity of a railroad crossing, if Jiot the continent, at 
least two great States, and the natural inllux of population and capital 
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as a result. They saw, too, that the great grain and produce trade of the 
Upper Mississippi would here be diverted from the channel of the Mis- 
sissippi, seeking a marliet at Chicago or the East. 

Among tlie lirst improvements of the embryo city, was a cliurch and 
a schoolhouse, and tlie next was one of tlie crowning efforts of tlie Laud 
Company toward the building of the city, namely, the erection of the 
Iowa Central House. They surely intended to offer hotel privileges, if 
nothing more. These improvements naturally led others to inquire into 
the future prospects of the place, and all came to the same conclusion, 
after tlie second thought. Ikiilding lots were sold, and a permanent 
growlli commenced. It is necessary to state that this growtii was sus- 
tained on the sui)i>osiLion that a railroad would soon be built from this 
point westward. Indeed, much was said about it, and the excitement 
ran higher tlian do railroad excitements now-a-days. A project was set 
on foot, and a road (the ]\Iississippi and Imva Central) was being rapidly 
graded. Ikit a railroad conunencing in a town of less tlian 200 inhabit- 
ants, witli_ no eastern connection, and running west somewliere or no- 
where, proved a poor speculation, and tlie project failed for want of cap- 
ital and brains. Of course all tliis liad a danniging effect upon the fair 
prosi)ect of the young town, and improvements ceased entirely for a 
time. Yet this was but a passing cloud that should soon pass over, 
when the sun of tlie town's destiny shoukl shine forth brighter than 
ever. Several like projects had failed, and it seemed that the hopes of 
our people had left them entirely, when, on the 2uth day of January, 1856, 
the Chicago, Iowa and Nebraska Railroad Company was formed. This 
project WHS to build a road I'rom Clinton, on the MississijJiii, to Council 
Bluffs, on the Missouri, connecting here with the Dixon Air Line, which 
in the meantime had been built. This road was pushed forward and 
completed the whole distance ; but, ere tlie scheme had been consum- 
mated, the ('hicago and Northwestern had leased the Dixon Air Line, 
and a consolidation was effected, which placed the whole line of road, 
from Chicago to Omaha, Nebraska, under the management of the North- 
western Company. 

And now, for the first time in the history of Clinton, did the locomo- 
tive make resonant the hills, valleys, and woodlands with its shrill greet- 
ings. This renewed life in the new town, and strangers arrived dq,ily to 
settle permanently in the city. It stimulated trade, and had a reviving 
influence everywhere. When tfie railroad had been built, and trains 
commenced running, its future was no matter of conjecture, and from 
that time to the present it has continued to grow with striking rapidity, 
until its population cannot be less than nine thousand, and comprising 



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nlniost all uiitionalities, and representing almost ever}' branch of indus- 
try. Duriuff the course of little more tlian one decade the town has been 
projected, and is now one of the most important of the twelve Iowa cities 
on the west bank of the Mississippi river. 

Another feature wortliy of especial notice is the relative character of 
the buildings erected before and after the railway liad been built. The 
ideas of the public became enlarged, and with that growth came pride — 
pride in the appearance of the dwellings and places of business. The 
spirit of rivalry between towns, as well as individually, too, was high, 
and, as a result of this rivalry, stimulated into life by the railroad, wo 
^; may point with pride to our public buildings, business blocks, and ele- 
gant residences. 

TOPOGRAPHY. 

The city is built upon an extended plateau, the streets unusually 
broad and regularly laid at right raigles, many of tliem being macadam- 
ized, and. are universally bordered with shade trees. The sidewalks are 
of plank, and extend through all the streets in the city limits, which are 
also lighted with gas. At a distance of a mile west from the river are 
the bluffs surrounding the city in a semi-circular form, and on the south 
extending nearly to the river. TJie bluffs afford delightful building sites, 
overlooking, as they do, a large expanse of country, line river views, and 
the three cities, Clinton, Lyons and Fulton, with their 15,000 inhabitants. 

I'OFULATION. 

Tlie population is 9,000. To show that this is not over estimated it is 
only necessary to allude to tlie fact that the poll list comprises over 2,000 
voters' names. 

The people of Clinton are to a large extent composed of former resi- 
dents of Xew York and New England, witli representatives, however, 
from most of the States in tlie Union. As a consequence, there is enter- 
prise, industry and culture. These are exhibited in the rapid growth of 
the city, its successful business enterprises, the high character of its pub> 
lie schools, its tine school buildings, and in the number and commodious- 
ness of its church edifices. 

MUNICIPAL. 

On January 26, 1857, Clinton became a city by an act of the State Leg- 
islature. Indeed, it seemed that the founders of the town, as well as 
the new comers, became imbued with the spirit of progression and deter- 
mination to leave no work undone that would better the prospects of the 
petted infant. At tlie election in which the charter was submitted to a 
vote of the people, only seventy-nine votes were cast in its favor, and yet 
that number was sufficient to carry the measure by a large majority. In 



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April of the siime year an election was held for city ollicers, which re- 
united in the selection ot Samuel (!rozer for Mayor : Henry B. Ilorton, 
Treasurer; John ^M. Start, Marshal, and J. M. Ordway, Wharfniaster. 
AVith this adiuitiistration tiie city of Clinton was organized, and started 
upon a career which has been unprecedented in Its enteiinnse and pros- 
perity. 

Those following Mr. Crozer, and lionored with the office of Mayor, 
were J. C. Bucher, II. B. Ilorton, T. J. Flournoy, J. C. Bucher again, T. 
S. Briscoe, W. II. Ankeney, W. J. Young, A. P. Ilosford, W. II. Anke- 
ney again, two temis, J. C. Young, L. B. Wadleigh, J. W. Gottlob, C. S. 
Taylor, C. II. Toll, two terms, J.J. Flournoy, and lastly our present 
worthy JSIayor, J. T. Pierson. 

CO-M.MliKCIA L ADVANTAGES. 

The railway connections from Clinton are the Chicago and North- 
western, being the truidc line to California ; the Chicago, ]5urlington and 
Quincy to Chicago; the Midland, running northwest seventy-five miles 
to Anamosa, and progressing northwesterly; the Sabula, Ackley and 
Dakota running trains from this point; the Chicago, Clinton and Du- 
buque, from Clinton to St. Paul, to connect witli the Chicago, Burlington 
and (Quincy for Chicago. The Chicago, Clinton and Western (under con- 
struction) is a main line leading southwest from this city. The early 
completion of a road down the west bank of the Mississippi to form a 
direct line to St. l.ouis is conlidently looked for, giving this city in all 
eight lines of railroads. A cliarter has been secured for another bridge 
across the river, for which surveys are now ijeiiig made. These, in con- 
nection with the river communication, afford connections with every 
desirable point in the Northwest, and give Clinton, in fact, the best dis- 
tributing facilities of any city in the State. 

TIIK LUMBEK TRADE. 

Tlie lumber trade started here in I860, and has grown until the lumber 
trade of Clinton has reached collossal proportions, and is now the largest 
hianufacturing point on the Mississippi, and second to but one in the 
world. It gives employment to over one thousand hands, including team- 
Bters and raftsmen, and pours into the business of Clinton an immense 
amount of money. 

THE CLINTON PRESS. 

A town is always judged by the newspaper it Sehds out. Its paper 
carries with it the impress of just what the town is in a business point of 
view. Its advertising columns are examined and its patronage criticised. 
But few have an idea how often a publisher has calls for his paper from 
persons who are about to oome to the city or vicinity. Should he able to 



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send tlie applicant :i line and enterprising sheet, kept up by the generous , 

advertising of business men, and filled with local and general news, it 
would liave a very different intluence than if the reverse were the attend- 
ing circumstances. 

The Herald was the first paper in Clinton, and came into existence De- 
cember 18th, 187G— Charles E. Leonard, publisher and proprietor. Since 
tliat date the Herald has passed through many vicissitudes of fortune, ; 

and its columns have recorded many wonderful changes in the progress i 

of the city. It is now under the proprietorship of :\Jr. Waldo M. Potter, , 

who purchased it the 1st of November, 1875. It is llepuUlicau in politics, 
and has a good circulation throughout the city and country. 

The Clinton Age, under the able editorsliip of Judge E. H. Thayer, lias 
been published here about eight years. It is an able Democratic paper, 
and has done very much for the interest of Clinton in its encouragement 
of manufacturing and railroad enterprise. It is a weekly paper. 

The Iowa Volks Zeituug was first established at Eyons, by John Pin- 
gell in ].SG(). It has since been removed to this plnce, and is now edited 
and published by P. G. Pfeiffer & Co It has a large circulation both . j 

in the city and country. | 

RETKOSrECTIVE. 

In ten years Clinton increased from a village of fifteen hundred inhab- 
itants to a proud city of between eight and nine thousand. One of 
the largest lumber trades of the world has been built up here, and one 
which is comparatively in its infancy. Manufactures of every class, al- 
most, have sprung up. Mnny small retail establishments have increased 
their capacity, and are now doing a large jobbing business. Several 
large schools have been built, and churches have been erected. New , 

railroads have been projected and are now In course of construction. I 

The finest railroad bridge that spans the Father of Waters, has been ! 

thrown across this majestic stream at this point. A street railroad has 
been established, gas works put in, and water works erected. Magnifi- 
cent business blocks have been built, and palace-like establishments 
opened in them. 

TUB TWO CITIES COMBINED. ! 

For the last few years the tendency of improvements in Lyons has 

been toward Clinton, while Clinton has been spreading out the new build- ■ 

ings and improvements in the place reaching over toward its sister city, ! 

to join hands, as it were, in rivaling other river towns which have had | 

many years the start of this new city. | 

Now the business centers are about one and a lialf miles apart, but tho ! 
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wood, which lies between tliem, is being r;ipidly overlapped, and the 
places are in reality one city. The interest of tlie places are one, and 
will ever continue to be so. A railroad project which benefits cne city, 
benefits the other equally as much. Any other public ben- 
efit, which is intended for tlie good of either city, cannot fail to benefit 
the other. The two places may join together and build up a college at 
this point that might be an honor to this great State, yet one could not 
well do it alone, and should it be done by one, it could not be carried ou 
without being a cause of direct interest to tlie otiier place. As an evi- 
dence of what might be done by the combination of Lyons and Clinton, 
we refer the reader to what lias been done by a joint effort of the two 
places, 

Lyons and Clinton joined in an effort to remove the county seat from 
De Witt to this place, and was decidedly successful. They joined their 
forces to build the Iowa Midlan<] Railroad, and as a result the road is com- 
pleted to Maquoketa. Tiiey joined together to build a street railway, and 
within thre!*e months after the charter was obtained, the cars were run- 
ning between the two cities, l^xcursion parties which are gotten up by 
the parties of one town, would often fail, but by the co-operation of the 
other, they are always made a success. 

The combined population of the two places is about thirteen thousand, 
which of itself forms a city with but few e(iua]s in the State. The manu- 
facturing interests are greater in the two places than any other city in 
the State, and the lumber manufacturing trade is greater than at any oth- 
er point in the world. I^y the combination of the two places, other great 
railroad projects may be made enduring realities, which neither city can 
accomplish alone. Surely no one can deny that tlie interests of both 
cities are closely allied, and that either city is working against its own 
direct interest to act independent of the otlier. Undoubtedly the two cit- 
will always co-operate on questions which seem of eqviai advantage to 
both, whether they are consolidated or not, and, as the years speed by, no 
power can hinder them from becoming more closely allied each passing 
year. . 

Clinton and Lyons, as one, are recognized throughout the State as the 
most important point on the JMississippi, and but a short time will pass 
ere our city will rival that of any other river town. From its present 
proud pre-eminence as a rnanufac'Luring point, it is destined to grow 
stronger, and bid defiance to all rivals in that interest. 

That Clinton and Lyons will become consolidated as one city, nnder 
one name, is as yet uncertain, but we think that a majority of the people 
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old local prejudice that still exists on the part of tlK)se whose interests I 

1^; have conflicted, and who are so seltish and exclusive in their notions that i 

I that they cannot but curse, within tlieir souls, the fates which have built j 
K up a city at their very doors. This feeling exists, not only in one town, 

I but in both ; but it is being rapidly drowned out by a strong popular sen- 1 



tiraent in favor of a more free interchange of trade, and of working for 
the interests of both places, when the benelits conferred apply alike to 
both places. An interchange of trade between the two places is not all 
that is necessary. The twin cities must become closer allied ; there must 
be a marriage ; a change of the name of one or the other, as w-ell as a sin- 
gle corporation for both. Then the interest of one cannot in the least 
conflict with those of the othei. 

Great railroad projects arc yet to be worked out, which will be of di- 
rect interest to both places. Great manufacturing schemes are yet to be 
realized, and no person can look into the future ten years without seeing 
in imagination, aline of tall smoke stacks reaching along tiie river bank, 
from one town to ttie other, marking the long line of factories which shall 
have been built ere that time, and which sliall employ two thousand work- 
men to operate the machinery, which shall be turning the monstrous 
wheels, and grinding out proiits which sliall be expended in building up 
this metroi)olis of Iowa. 

One hundred thousand dollars, at least, is now paid out monthly in 
Clinton and Lyons by manufacturers and the railroad shops. Shall it be 
made half a million in the next ten years? Can factories to that extent 
be made to pay here? These questions are merely absurd. There are 
woolen factories to bo built ; there are reaper factories to build, there 
are plow factories, and other implement factories to establish, and a thou- 
sand otlier departments of manufacture to be put in operation in this 
great city that is to be. These great results can be attained only by the 
joining together of the forces of both places. The question arises just 
here, is that result desirable to both itlaccs?or are there those yet who 
had rather the two cities should again be wrapt up in their exclusive in- 
dividualism, than that such results sJiould follow a union of the two 
cities. 

KDUCATIONAL F.A.CILITIES. 

The people of Clinton are justly proud of their Public Schools. From 
the autumn of 18G0, when the district numbered four hundred and fifty pu- 
pils between the ages of five and twenty-one years, the number has con- 
stantly increased, until now tlie number cannot reach far short of eighteen 
hundred. Five thousand dollars in bonds were appropriated in March, 
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Witt park. That, reader, was tlie cnmineiiceiiHiiit ol' the present niag-l 
iiiliceiit brick buikliug that now oceupiea Lliat siti-. ! 

Thirty-one teachers are now engaged in the schools, and liave an at-' 
tendance of about fonrteen hundred pupils. Foui- Ijuililings are employed 
to accommodate this army of cliildren, and the probabilitiis are thattlie 
number will continue to increase from year to year, ;'.s the city increases 
in poi)ulation. 

THE UAILUOAD lilUlxUC. 

Upon tlie projection of a railroad west, it was thought that a biidge 
Jit this point would be expedient at some future time, ami the road was 
constructed with that view. When tlie road had been built as far west 
as Cedar Rapids, and traflic commenced, the building of the bridge was 
found to be absolutely necessary, apd conseqiu-ntly steps were taken at 
once for its construetion. J.iltle llock Island is situated in the Mis-^is- 
sippi river at this point, the main channel of the stream passing it on tlie 
west side. It was deemed expedient to build that portion on the east 
side connecting with the road which passed up on the east side of the riv- 
er to Fulton, and east to Chicago. 

CLINTON AND LYONS IIOKSK UAILKOAl). 

This important mode of travel between Clinton and Lyons, was pro- 
jected in Au^nist, 18Lii». The company had but fairly organized when 
work was commenced on the road, and by the 18th of November, the cars 
were running. It extends from the ferry landing in Lyons (a distance of 
three and three-foin-ths miles) to J. li. & A. Bather's nursery and flower 
garden. The road is in a very eflicient state, \uider the superintendence 
of tlie energetic secretary and treasurer, L. T. Sloan. 

GAS WOlUvS. 

Tlie Clinton Gas Light and Coke Company was organized August 3d, 
1800, with a capital of ^U0,000. 

During the year 1870 they constructed a gas house and works, at a cost 
of .frj5,000. The mains and pipes liave been laid, lamp posts have been 
erected, and to-day, November 1st, 187G, we cheerfully record the fact 
that there are over eight miles of gas pipe laid in the city. Although 
many predicted that the enterprise would be a failure, it is now paying 
well, owing to the etiicieut management of the superintendent, Mr. O. 
Messer. Stock cannot be bought at par, while gas is furnished cheaper 
than in many other cities on the Up River. Mr. I^Iesser is also superin- 
tendent of the Clinton Water Works Company, which have in operation 
already over eight miles of mains. 



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1., OWENS. TIK)'-. ITARimON. 

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Manufacturers of 

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STEAMBOAT WORK A SPECSALTY. 

Reference. The Manufacturers of Clinton. 
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Tliis unsiu'passeir vemedyifor the ivstayd cure of Rheunmtism, Ne 
ralgia, NervQus Ileadaclie, Tootliaolie, Earaehej und all other pains, Jiai^ 
ii-orajits absolute su])enority over all otiior articles ihat cluiiri^to posse^ 
its merits, acquired with astonishing rapidity a'prominence never befow 
cciiiaied in the same lenyth of time in the medicine trade. This j,potei| 
reniedy is rio\Y acknowledged as -'TIIK, JJ08H'' ileadacheand Nenralgil 
Cure.' JDsnggists and Dealers nnliesitutingly say it gives universal Siiti^Tl 
taction, and tlieir sales^increase/'J , . . ::-«| 

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You n?ied,it— Im/ cannut afl'ord to he without it; as It is noM' kumvnj 
to he theJ^Iost If<'lial^l<^ KenuHly iii^he World. ,v 

Directions foi- using Fluid Lightning accompany each hottie. Follow* 
them and yoii will liiul this remedy more valuable than we claim: and] 
you will never willingly he without it. ,| ,, - .',;■*■ , , 

1^" To avoid Counterfeits, see tliat the nanie, 

f>r. Cram's Fhiid IJtjhtninji, Chieayo, 
is Idown in the glass on every bottle, and |)r, Cram's likeness on the' 
wrapp6r, .' ' ■ • ^ 

( Sold by all firsL-cUiss druggists at oO cents and sfl pei- )>ottle.- If yourJ 
druggist does not keep it we will send by mail or express on receipt of: 
price. , Addressj.CHAJ^I &'iV,IFJ.CHEll, 115 East Randolph street, ' 

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Read what one of the most widely bnown citizens of-Iowa says of * 
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Being in attejidance at the Iowa State Fair one year ago, J witnessed j 
the cure of several ladies and gentlemen almost instantaneously of Head" i 
ache and Neuralgia by the application of J)nC;'.am's. Fluid , Lightning. 'J- 
I bought a bottle, took it hon\e with me, and gave it to a ladyniember of f; 
my family suffering very nnicii with what is conunonly called 8ick-IIead- >^ 
ai he. One appli(;ation cured Iter almost iiistauMy. J gave it to several:! 
lailies suffering v>'ilh tlie same complaint, and in*^ev^ry rase relief canieX 
at once. ■ ,,-'-,■ : ' i^ 

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^ ^A^'ice I'resident Slate Agricultui'al Society. , ;■ 

'I'lionsands of similar tt'StimouiaLs on file at oui" ollice,-. ' ' 

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CITY OFFICERS. 

OouNX'iL Room, Second Stuukt, uktwkkn 4tii and otii Avenues, 

JIatjoi\ 
J. T. PiERSOX. 
Citij Clerk ^ 
GEORCJE BRENIZER. • 



ALDEHMEN 



First Ward. 
RICHARD PRICE. 
JAMES J>EADEN. 

iSecond Han?. 
AMOS G. EVv'ING. 
IVES MONROE. 



Third Ward. 
II. 11. HOWARD, 
WILLIAM O'DONXELL, 

Fuurtli Ward. 
DEXNIS MAGDEX, 
^LVRTEX WHITE. 



Treasurer, ThouKis Adiuiis ; City Attorney, J. II. Walliker ; Marshal.. 
11. 1!. Keeler; Assessor, J. T. Harvey; Street, Connnissiouer, Patrick 
Hayes; City Engineer, B. R. Hart. 

CHURCHES. 

Baptist.— First Baptist Church, northwest corner Seventh avenue 

and Fourth. Rev. pastor. Services 10;30 A. M., 

7:30 p. M. 

cCatuolic— St. Mary's Church, southwest corner Sixth avenue and 
Fourth. Rev. P. V. McLaughlin, pastor. Sejvices— First Mass, 8 a. m., 
High NCass, 10:30 A. .M. 
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CoNGUEGATiONAL.— First Congregational (Jliurr.li, soutliwest comer 
Heventli avenue and Fourtli. Kev. W. L. 15ray, i>:istor. Service^ 10:30 
A. M., 7 p. ji.— S r. 31. in siinnner. 

EiMscorAL.— St. Jolni's Churcli, northeast corner Fouitli avenue and I 
Third. Kev. James Trimble, rector. Services 10::iO a. ^r., 7::;() p. m. 

Methodist Eitscopal. — First M. E. Church, northeast c.)iii('r Sev- ' 
enth avenue and Third. Rev. Ci. W. Driudeli, pastor. Services 1U;30 | 
A, 31., 7 p. 31.— S I'. 3[. ill summer. i 

Ai'ricau M. E. Church, southeastcornerTliird avenue and Third, liev. i 
J. ^y. Eewis, pastor. Services lUi.'iO a. 3r., 7:o0 p. 3[. i 

Geioian EvANciELiCAL ASSOCIATION.— Cliurcli southwest corner - 
Third avenue and Fourlli. llev. Gruner, pastor. Services 10:;10 a. 3t., 3 
p. 31. 

I'uEsnvTKKiAN.— First I'lvshyterian Church, soutlieast corner Sixth 
avenue and 'Jliiid. Rev. Jului G. Cowdcn, pastor. Servicus 1U;;;0 A. 3i., 
7:30 p. 31.— 8 p. 31. in suinnier. 

SavedisiI Lutheuan.— iiih avenue, corner 5th. 

POST OFFICE. 

Stiravenue l)et. Second and Tliird street. Open Irom 7:3U a. 31. to ^ 
T. 31. Sundays from 8 to 9 A. 3i. ('. ][. Toll, PostmastiM". 

SCHOOL DEPARTMENT. 

HOARD OF EDUCATION. 

Officeus:— C. W. Chase, President ; C^ E. Eentley, Secretary; A, 
L. Stone, Treasurer. 

DiKECTORs-T. Adams, E. A. Wadleigh, E. P. Welles, C. A. Sliat. 
tuck, Benson. 

SCHOOLS. 

Clinton Public School— W s 4th n .5th av. Kenry Sabin, Superintendr 
ent, res cor 3rd av and 3rd st. 

DeAYitt Park High School- Ws4t]in 7th av. Miss Julia Sweet, Priiu 
cipal. 

Clinton Park School— S e cor 3rd and 7th av. MissBurnhain, Priii-. 
cipal. 

South Clinton School— X w cor 17tli av and 5th. :\lisri Taylor, Prin- 
cipal . 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Clinton National Bank— N w cor 6tU ay aiul 2d. W, f. Coau, Pres- 
ident, J. C. Weston, Cashier. 



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Farmers' aiitl Citizens' Savinj^s IJaiik — \V s L'lul, betotli and Gtli avos. 
y J. P. (iage, rresiiU'iit ; William Lyall, Vice I'resideiit ; JJidwell Gage, 
(Cashier. 

St(i;i^ & Xmitli, l)a!il;ers, '200 oUi nv. 

Haywood, (! . .^ Son, Daiikers— W s -Ith bet 9tli and lOUi ivves. 

firp: departmI':nt. 

Cliief of Fire Department, Aitemiis Lamb; .Assistant Chief, J. II. 
JeiddiiK. 

North Star llosi.' Co.— 4th st bet '2(\ and ;;d axes. James Toni])kins 
Foreman. 

Neptnne Hose Co.— 2nd st i'et 4th and nth aves. 

Eagle Hose Co — 1th st bet 7th and Sth aves. 

Co— 4th st let liith and b'ith aves. 

BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS. 

A. F. A. M. 
Masonic Hall northwest corner ISeventh avenue and Second. 

Wkstkkn Stau Lodge, No. 100. 
Ilegular meetings fourth Monday in each month. 
Offiokus :— H. II. Howard, W. -M.; G. W. Lambert, S. W.; C. H, 
Coggswell, J. W.; Francis Lee. Treasurer; J. 13. Frisselle, Secretary; 
John Ford, S. 1). 

KKYSTONE CIIArTEK NO. 32. 

Officeks:— F. S. Eoberts , il. F.; Charles Curtis, K. ; William 
Abby, 8.; H. Suminers, Secretary ; Francis Lee, Treasurer. 

EMULATtOX lodge, U. D. 

Meets tirst Tuesday in each month. 

Ofkiceus:F. S. Roberts, W. M. ; A. II. Smith, S. W. ; Geo. W. 
Cole, J. W.; A. H. Paddock, Secretary; P. S. Towle, Treasurer. 

HOLY CUOSS CO>IMANDERY', NO. 10, K. T. 

Of'ficers :— John S. Hart, E. C. ; M. II. Estabrook, G.; C. M. 
Young, C. G.; C. M. Curtis, P.; John J. Flournoy, S. W.; J. S. Jenk- 
i]!S, J. W.; Francis Lee, Treasurer; Horace Summera, Recorder. 

L O. O. F. . 

LINCOLN LODGE NO. 139. 

Meets every Tuesday evening in the third story of Harding's Block. 
Star of Hope Lodge, Xo. 13, D. of II., meets third Friday evening of 
each month. 

OiFiCEKS :— T. S. Topi),]^'. G.;J. W. liulen, Sec'y. 



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WALIIALLA LODGE (GEU>rAN), NO. 150. ! 

Meets every "Wednesday evening. 

Ofkiceus :— F. Lindloff, N. G. ; Fred Eveniiann, Treasurer; Fred 
AVolf, Sec'y. ; 

Ot>D FELLOAVS LIFE INSURANCE ASSOCIATION OF CLINTON AND LYONS* 

Meets first Friday in each motith. 

Officers :— Samuel Davy, President, Joyous ; J. S. Blick. Sec'y, 
Clinton. 

I. O. G. T. 
CLINTON LODGE NO. 175. 

Meets every Wednenday evening, Fiflli avenue bet. Second and Tliird 
streets 

Officers:—]]. W Baldwin, W. C. T., Miss Eninia Tierney, \V. V. 
T.; Frank Coo, W. S.; Jose])!! JVIatlis, \\. F. S. ; Mrs. J.. Dickinson,, 
W. T. ; Ceo. F. Smith, W. M. •, Mrs. J. L. Iluniery, W. C. 

A. O. U. W. 
1\ S. Towie, Grand jNIasler Workman. 

CLINTON LODGE NO. 7. 

Meets every Monday evening over Stone i^- Smith's Bank. 1 

Officers :— E. II. King, ^I. ^\^ ; C. C. Van Kuian, Recorder. 

SCHILLER LODGE NO. IG, (GER.MAN). 

fleets in Odd FelKnvs' Hall every Monday evuiing. 

Officers:— xV. Ileussler, :\I. ^V.; Clins. 1 'lei Iter, Kecorder. j 

YOUNG men's ASS0CL\TI0N. ! 

Library rooms, Post Olfice Jilock. Open \Vednesday and Saturday 

afternoons and evenings. i 

I 
Officers :— A. L. Stone, President ; A. 11. I'addock, Secretary J ( 

Schiller llosford, A. F. Smith, Directors, j 

CLINTON turnverp:in. 

Hall northwest corner Third avenue and Fourth. Meets every lirst 
and second Sunday in each month. 

Officf:rs :— II. Kirchman, President ; C. Biumnenkan, Vice Presi- ! 
dent; H. Ketterer, Cor. Secretary; Fred Struve, J. II. Ketterer, II. Bock, 
Trustees. 

CORPORATIONS. 

CLINTON GAS LIGHT AND COKE CO. 
Capital Stock, $G0,000 
Officers :—"\V. J. Young, President; J, Vundeyenti'r, Secretary j 






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J. C \\'tsl()n, Ticasiin-i- ; O. Mi'sscr, SiiiK'iiiiteinlc!it. 

DiKKcrolis— \V. J . yoiiiif;-, (;. J.auilj, I. J}. JIuwe, E. S. IJuileyy 
i' \V.Y. Cuan, F. J'. Wilcox, ,1. A'amkiveiittT. 

rilNlOX WATI'-R WORKS CO. 
Cnpil.il Stock, ^lUO.fCO. Sliaics .^IIJO each. 
Okficicus:— I. H. Howe, rrcsideiit ; J. ('.. Weston, Treasurer; 
0. ]\Iessf'r, Suiieriiilciiilciit ; KdwM II. Tliayer, Secretary. 

DiUKcroiis— i. h. Howe, W . J. Youii^;-,C. Laiuh, (). Messer, AV. ¥. 
Coan, J. T. I'ierson. K. .S. liailey. 

Ju.XKCTTnE C'n.M-Mri'TKi; — 1. 15. Howe, AV. J. Young, C. J.anib. 

CITI/F-NS' ASSOCIATION. 
For the proniolion of rulilic Interest. ^ 

OrKiciOKs :— IC. II. Tliaycr, rrcsidenl; 1". -S. Towie, Vice President; 
A. .Siddle, Trca.stni-r ; J. II. 'I^ierncy, Scclelary. 

CI.IMON' COUNTY Ml'DICAL SOCIKTV. 
<)i-f;aiiized 1H.",7. ()KKi(i:i;s :— A . 15. Iridand, Fresident, Canianclie ; 
F. , I. l"'anis\vorlli, \'i(.-f resident, (Miiiton ; IF S. Farn.svvorth, Secre- 
tai'y and Treasurer, Cluilon ; I). Lankan, Fibrarian, i)e Witt. 

HALLS, P.L()CKS, Py\RKS, ETC 

IJI.(K'KS. 

F>ank r)lock, noiHiwcst corner Sixtii av and Second. 

Dunbar IJlock, norliiwcsl curncr Scventli av and Second. 

Favis lilocji, corner Sixlii av and Second. 

Iowa Central House r>lii(|<, west side I-'irst between Fonrtb rtnd Filtliavs, 

Nati(Mial House lilock. southeast corner Fifth av and First. 

Toll I51ock, west side Second InTween Fifth and (illi ava. 

Union Hall Flock, northwest corner Fifth av and First. 

Y'oun<j"s Flock, northwest cornei Fifth av and Second, 

]IAIJ,S. 

Frandall Hall, Toll Pdock . 

(iernian Hall, northwest corner Thii'd av and Fourth 
Spencer Hall, Toll Flock. 

Union Hall, northwest corner Fifth av and First, 
Y . ■ ^ 1'.\i:ks. 

Clinton Park, between ThFd and Fourth avs, and between Third and 

Fourth sts. 
])e"\Vitt Park', l)etween Sixth and Seventh avs, and iMTween Third and 

Fourth sis. 
l"'ir.st street Park, First st, between Fotuth and Sixth avs. 



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KAILIIOAI) (iUOUNDS.. 

CliiciigOt'^: Xortliwesteni Railroad groiuills^ between ICij;'Iitli and 'rentlii 
avs, east from Tliii'd. 

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STREETS AND AVENUES. • i 

Ash extends from River west to North Fourlli, sixth iiorlli of Fii'st 

avenue. . 

Eat-in extends from River west to city limits. 
Elulf Road, west of city limit?. 
Camanche avenue extends from porner of Eleventh avenut- and Fiftli, in 

a southwesterly direction to city limits. 
I)e Witt extemls from River west to Sixth, second north of First avenue. 
Ei;?hteenth avenue extends from Third west to city limits, thirteenth 

south of Fifth avenue. 
Eiglith avenue extends fr(jm First west to city limits, third south ot 

Fiftli avenue. 
Eleventh aVeinie extends from First west to city limits, sixth south of 

Fifth avenue. 
Ehn extends from River west to city limits, third north of First avenue. 
Fifteenth avenue extbnds from Third west to city limits, tenth south of 

Fifth avenue. 
Fifth avenue extends from Mississippi river west to city limits. 
Fifth extends from Eighteenth avenue noi'th to De AVitt, fourth west of 

First. 
First avenue extends from First to west of city limits, fourth of Fifth 

avenue. 
First extends from Fifteenth avonue north to Third avenue, first paral- 
lel with Mississippi river. 
Fourth avenue extends from Mississippi river west to city lijnits, first 

north of Fifth avenue. 
F'ourteenth avenue extends from Third west to city limits, ninth south 

of Fifth avenue. 
Fourth extends from Eighteenth avenue north to De Witt, third west of 

First. 
Hickory extends from River west to city limits fifth north of First 

avenue. 
Jefferson avenue extends from Sixth to west of Margaret. 
]\Iarguret extends from Jefferson avenue northwest to Washington 

avenue. 
Xineteentli auenue extends from Third west of cf city limits, fourteenth 

South of Fiftli avenue. 



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J^inth avenue extends from Tliiid west to cily limits, I'ourUi Houtli of 

Fiftliavenne. 
Xortli Fourth extends from De Witt to nortli of city limits. 
Xorth Second extends fiom De Witt i.o north of city limits. 
Xorth Third extends from De "Wilt to north of city limits-. 
Oak extends from i-iver west to city limits, fourth nortii of first avenue. 
River extends from First avenue to north of city limits. 
Railroad extends from Camanche avenue east to Fifth. 
(Second avenue extends from First west to city limits, third jnnlh of 

Fifth avenue. 
Second extends from Sixteenth avenue north to De Witt, first west of 

First. 
Seventh avenue extends fiom First west to city limits, second south of 

Fifth avenue. 
Seventeenth avenue extends from Third west to city limits, twelfth south 

of Fifth aven^ie. 
Seventh extends from Fifteenth avenue north to Eighth avenue, sixtli 

west of First. 
Sliort street extends from North Fourth west to city limits. 
Sixteentii avenue extends fronr Tliird west to city limits, eleventh south 

of Fifth avenue. 
Sixth avenue extends fro>a First west to city limits, first gonth of Fifth 

avenue. 
Sunnyside avenue extends west from Camanche avenue. 
Six^th extends from Eighteenth avenue north to De Wilt, fifth west of 

first. 
Tenth avenue extends from First west to cjty limits, fifth soutli of Fifth 

avenue. 
Third avenue extends from Mississippi river west to city limits, second 

north of Fifth avenue. 
Third extends from .Sixteenth avenue north to Pe Witt, second west of 

First. 
Thirteenth avenue extends from Second west to city limits, eighth south 

of Fifth avenue. 
Twelfth avenue extends from First west to city limits, seventh south of 

Fifth avenue. 
Twentieth avenue extends from Tlilrd west to city limits, fifteenth south 

of Fifth avenue. 
Washington avenue extends from Sixth to west of Margaret, 



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EDITORIAL REVIEW, 



PROMINENT MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN ' 
CLINTON CITY. 

I?. iS. T<>>vlt'. 

Some of the old merchants of Clinton have maintained their comnier' 
cial integrity, and.continned their business prosperously. Among such 
men may" be classed, as one of the leading representatives, ^Ir. I'. S. 
Towle, who by his honorable conduct and fair dealing t\Iiile a resident 
of this city has gained the ])roud position of being the i)rincipal dry goods 
merchant. His mammoth establishment, extending from Second street 
to Eifth avenue, is fully stocked with a new and varied assortment of 
Fashionable Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Cloaks, Furs and Ladies' Siuts. 
]Mr. Towle, buying direct for cash from the eastern markets, is tluis en- 
abled to undersell all competitors. 

A man who has been known for many years m his several branches 
of business, and all well conducted, may be said to liave gained the es- 
teem and conlidence of the business public. ^^Ir. Magill is a self-made 
man in all senses of the word. He started into business in 185G in Lyons, 
as Steamboat and Transfer Agent ; moved in the spring of 1870 to his 
present quarters in Clinton, and is now dealing extensively in Coal, 
Wood, Grain, Salt, Cement, Stucco, Hair, Drain Tile, Fire Brick. His 
extensive buildings, warehouses and ofiice is situated on the Levee and 
extends 400 feet front on Sixth avenue by 400 feet depth on First avenue. 
Gooi-gj-** O. Utmtlei*. 

In every city in the West, where i)roperty is frequently changing 
owners, and collections from abroad and at home are required to be 
made, a good, sound and reliable agency in those branches of business is 
no less requisite than mercantile or manufacturing establishments. Mr. 
George G. r>au(ler is well known as one of our thoroughly reliable busi- 
ness men, and one of our principal Iveal Estate and Insurance Brokers, 



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Any iKn-sou desirint,^ to insure, will do well to call at his odiee, No. 4 Toll 
])lock, where Air. 13. will expiaiu the character of his insurance business 
in a polite manner, and point out the best Way of obtaiiiing a f^ood, reli- 
able policy in one of the best companies of America. We connnend him 
also to all who wish to have taxes paid, real estate bought and sold, or 
collections made. 

Among the other iinixntant branches of our commercial interests 
represented, is the wholesale Dru;^ trade, of which the leading house is 
the above-named gentlemen. This lirm was established in 18BS, and by 
reason of tlieiV honorable conduct and fair dealin^' have gained the conh- 
dence and esteem of the entire community. Their large store and ware- 
rooms, situated at No. 'AS Seci)nd street, is one of the largest in the city, 
being li'U feet deep and comprising three stores and basement. The 
stock embraced in this mannnoth establishment is complete in all par- 
ticulars, containing a choice and varied assortment of Drugs, Chemicals, 
Taints, Oils, Toilet and Fancy articles, and everything pertaining to a 
tirst-class pharniaceutical establishment. 

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One of the oldest and most reliable Real Estate Agencies Is that of J. 



D. Fegan, lie having been a resident of Clinton county, Iowa, for twenty- 
% one years, and four years County Recorder, lie has tlius become entirely 
conversant witli the details of land transactions., Mr. Fegan has the 
most complete set of Abstract Books in the county. Consult his adver- 
tisement in this work. 

Oliiiton T5oil«?i- Woi'lcH. 
The above works, under the proprietorship (;f JSlr. John Alfred, is one 
of the oldest manufacturing establishments in Clinton. Mr. Alfred has 
manufactured boilers for all the lumber companies doing business here 
during the present year, and has done over $10,000 worth of work for Mr. 
T. M. Sinclair, tlie largest pork packer in the West, situated at Cedar 
Rapids. Office and Works lociited on First avenue between First and 

§ Second streets. 

A.. J. Sajitee. 
One of the leading establishments in the city of Clinton is that of A. 
J. .Sa^itee, corner of Second street and Fifth avenue, who carries on the 
principal business in Rooks and Stationery. Mr. Santee has been estab- 
lished for over nine years, during which time he has by his politeness 
and high business qualifications, secured the confidence and good will of 
our citizens. His stock embraces everything pertaining to the trade, 
including School, Miscellaneous and Rlank Rooks, Staple and Fancy 
.Stationery, Sheet JMm>ic, Periodicals, Pictures un'd Picture Frames, etc. 
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The riiPcovpry of tlie valuable medical qiuiliUt's of the Eucalyptus 
was in a, measure an accidental one. Mr. Jason "Wilkins, the discoverer 
and ])ro]>ri('tov of this valualile curative ai;<'nt was leniporarily residing 
in San Fi-ancisco. l'\)r yeai-s he had been a sntfei'er with a dy.s|iei)lio 
difTiouIty ttiat had never yielded to medical treatment. While slrolliii^^ 
(ilr,ug tlie wharves in San I'lancisco, lie stopped to watch llie uulcadiiig 
of an Austi'alian vessel, and his attention was drawn to some peculiar 
blue-leaved trees, which fornied pari of the; cargo, lie picked off a few 
leaves and cheweil them, felt a relief, and continued their use in tlii,S( 
crude way until he waa entirely relieved from liis disei,-e. Having ])or- 
Cured a supply of tlie leayes, lie liegan a sei'ies of exi)eriuients by giving 
them to his acqu'iinta)iin's for various diseases and limliiig almost mirac- 
ulous results to follow, lie then continued his exiieriments in the direc-, 
tion of extracting from the ]ea\'esi and pn'paring in the mo.st elfective 
and conveviieut foi'iii possible the medicinal properties of this W(Uiderful 
tree. He found, while making his researohes, that this leaf had been 
used to a limited extent in l\inoi)e as well as this country, and accounts 
of its wonderful iiowevs to allay inflamination had ajijieared in all the 
leading medical journals of Euroiie and Ancrica. but it had never be?n 
prepared scientilically or in (juantities for prc'sentation to the public, one 
cause of which diMil)tless was the dillicnlly and exjionse of obtaining tlie 
leaves. IIavi,iig, hovy^ver, satisltt'd himself that here was one of nature's 
great restorative agents only waiting for sulferiug humanity to accept of 
it, Mr. ^VM^kins at o)ice made a contract at a heavy expense for a large 
sui)})ly of tlie leaves prop(-rly bruised and pressed into bales and shipped 
from their nati\(' woods in Australia to his Laboratories in San Francisco 
and (Clinton, Iowa, where the medical properties are extracted and prop- 
erly incorjiorated, eUher in the Doubh^ Extract iii lluid form, or in the 
Troches, a ])lcasant vehicle, mild in action, in which it is prei>ared for 
ladies or chihiren, and which are also invaluable to all in cases of hoarse- 
ness, coughs, and bronchial affections,. 

Of the ciiies already elfected by Eucalyptns in the form presented by 
this manufacturer, we could write pages. j\Ir. Wilkins has a score of 
valuable testimonials from iviudable citizens of Clinton and elsewhere, 
.attesting the truth of all that is claimed for ]<]ucalyptus as a medicine, 
wliile in no single case so far has it failed to elfect a cure where properly 
lised— which is alone a priceless endorsement of its curative properties. 
AVe might write at interminable length of this new medicine and the, 
^teps now being made to introduce it— but space forbids. 



CLINl'ON CITY blHEC"l',;ltr 



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This gentleman has been euyaged in tiie MercluiHt Tailoring ami 
Manufaetm-ed Clothing trade for over Iwo years, and by reaaon of having 
tlie largest stock of Fashionable Clothing, can snpply the most fastidioua 
with gaimeiits of I'aultless shai^e and cut. JJeing a first class cutter, and 
emidoying abont ten practical tailors, he can manufacture gentlemen's 
uiJparel on short n()tii;e, and fully eiiual to any house in the business in 
tlie "Westell! States. 

2>\v. Staiiber's stock embraces a comi)lete assortment of Fine Cloths 
(iinl Cassiinert'S, (ienCs Furnishing Cioods, Trunks, Valises, tV:c., and iu- 
tcinliiig j)iirchascrs will consult their interests by calling at his store. 
IJio.M »S:i (jJotl.«-;liO!Soii- 

T li;-: Ihin of enterprising gi'iitlemen tionglit out the firm of Ewing & 
Toun',' in October, 1S75, and arc engaged in the wiiolcsale and retail 
GroriM-y line at No. -^20 .Second .st eet, where they have a complete and 
varied assortment of Staple and Fancy (irocericis. Crockery, (itassware, 
Wooilen and W'iHow Ware; are also wliolesale ami retail Fruit JJealers, 
and pay casli iumcl'S f(U' all kinds of Farm Froduce. 

The institutions known as Conimercial Collf;;i.;.s are of modern origin. 
They liecame an edmaUoi.al n('(■^'^sity from the fact that the world's 
cummercc, and es[>i_M'i;diy that of the I'liiLcd Stales, rt (juir.'d a moro 
tliorougii education for those young men \vln> designed to be clerks, ac- 
countants or mercantile men. 

The general colleges ami seuiinaries of learning failed, in their moro 
gener.il course of sliuly, to alford tlie retiuisile instniclion. Hence arose, 
about twenty yeais ago, tlie want of schools of a high gradir ilevoted io 
the special imrpo.se of tiaiiiihg young men especially for mercantile 
pursuits. 

The college of Mr. Hiley is of liiat class, and has been established iil 
Clinton for six years. The rooms, situateil in the I'ost (Jtllce lilock. Fifth 
avenue, are large ami commodious and well adapted for tiie imparting of 
insLruction for the acquirement df a solid business edncati>>n. 

This lirm is one of the oldest houses in Clintiui, having been estab- 
lishe I for over ten years in the same place. They manufacture Furni- 
ture of all kinds, and as they du their own upholstering, are thus enabled 
to supply goods much lower than competitms. Their Undertaking de- 
partment embraces a large assortment of Collins and Caskets, including 
metallic Cases. They have tlie finest Hearse in the city: ajid are prepared 
to I'uriiisli funerals with all tiie retjuisites on sliort notice, at their ware-' 
rooms and factory, Xo. 10) Second street. 



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We noticed lately an articie in the jV. }|'. LuvtUnucm, tliat there an' 
nearly 2,000 door, sash and blind factories in this conntry, the pn.dnctioii' 
of which aj^grefrates from (),oi)o,000 to 8.G(H).000 door.s, and an eijnal (jaan- 
tityof sash and blinds, yearly. Onr luineipal house in tins InaDcli of 
business are the altove-nanied gentjemeji, tvliu liave been establislied for 
about seven years. Their large factory, warenxMi is and yard are situated 
corner Ehn mid First streets. Tliey employ about twenty handb, and 
their facilities are unrivaled for turning out lirsl class work. Tlie Kenior 
partner at present occupies tiie honorable position of Mayor of the city 
of Clinton. 

Tiia'iU'; IJoil^^i- ^Voi-lisj, 
Mr. E. Owens, the senior proprietor of these w, rks, is the i)ioneer of 
boiler manufacturing in this city, having lirst established the Clinton 
lioiler "\Vork8, which he subsequently sold to Mr. Jolm AHied. ]^Ir. 
Owens has built nearly all the boilers used in tiie ui)-iiver boats, and hns 
the highest^-encomiums passed upon his work by government inspectors. 
Among the many steamboats on wtii(h .Mr. (iwens" workmanship Las 
been expended maybe mentioned the following : Diamond Jo, Chancy 
Eamb, Artemus Lamb, Abner (;ile, Little Emma, Lafayette Lamb, Hart- 
ford, &c. Mr. Owens has lately opened tiie above extensive Avorks on 
Eighth avenue, opposite tlie C. and X. W. Round House, and lias asso- 
ciated with himself a practical machjjii.st of large exiierience, viz.: Mr. 
Ilarbron, late partner with .Mr. Jolm Alfred, This lirm are now pre- 
pared with all the appliances tiiat improved machinery and skilled labor 
can achieve to manufacture all kinds of Steam J5oilers, Taiiks, Breech- 
ings. Lard Tanks, Soap Kettles, Smoke Stackn, Sheet Iron Work. We 
earnestly l>espeak for them the trade and conlidence of the community, 
as these gentlemen are iirepared to compete with Chicago, Cincinnati or 
Dubuque manufacturers on prices. 

J. 1^. & A., 15utlBt5i-. 
The Ancient Mythology made Flora the Goddess of Flowers. Her 
representative agents in Clinton are Messrs. J. Ti. & A, Bather, proprie- 
tors of the Sunnyside Nurseries and Flower Garden, situated on Ca- 
numche avenue immediately at the southern end of the line of atreet 
cars. They commenced business in 1800, and in 1864 issued their first 
catalogue, and their present shipments extend Over a vast territory. 
They are also extensive Fruit and Vegetable dealers in connection with 
a choice stock of Groceries at their ui)-town store, No. 204 Fiftli aveime. 
A visit to their extensive nurseries and Uower garden will well repay 
tourists and others. 



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1*1 J*, nijcl J\Ii-M, l{iiiniItol<l. 

To preserve tlie " couiitertVit i)r;'Heiitiiieiit '' of U>e"liuinaii fice di- 
vine " is now a fact tliat .Shakspeare did not live long enough to Itnow. 
But tlie Daiiiierrean and the [-"holographic art, one of tlie seven wonders 
of tlie worhl, lias l)ec()nie a jxipular success. 

The above gentleman and lady are among tlie best representatives of 
that beautiful art in ('linton. Their gallery, located on the corner of 
Second stretit and Fifth avenue, is admirably adapted for the purpose of 
fnllilling Uie advici; of the iioet to 

" (Secure the shadow ere tlie substance fade." 

Dr. JMullett has been engaged in the practice of Dentistry for over 
seventeen years, and has been established niiie years in Clinton, and is 
acknowledged by all who have occasion for his services to be second to 
It none in his profession. Dr. Alullett has all the latest appliances of Den- 
tistry science, amoiigsL which may be mentioned the Backus Water Mo- 
tor, with the >S. 8. White Dental En.,nne attached. Dr. M. manufactures 
sets of Teeth on Gold, Silver, Rubber and Celluloid. 
l?,ol><'i-t Hi<l<loll. 

Mr. Robert Siddell is the successor to V. .Santee, and is a wholesale 
dealer in Grain, (ir.iss Seeds and Dressed Pork. Mr. Siddell has only 
been established about two years, but has already built up a large and 
still increasing trade. 

.1. II. Il<'etl. 

A good picture of the loved and lo.st, or of the beloved who survive 
are among the household treasures in every family. It was not until the 
present century that the Daguerrean art of 1832 was develo[)ed into the 
Photographic art of to-day. In the latter art, Mr. J. II. Reed became a 
skillful artist many years ago, and is now proprietor of one of the largest 
Photograph galleries in Clinton, situated on north side Fifth avenue be- 
tween Second and Third streets, and claims to have the best fitted for all 
kinds of work of any in the State, having the largest and finest instru- 
ment in the State. lie makes a siiecialty of copying and enlarging pho- 
tographs. He employs several assistants, and his facilities are unsur- 
passed. We recommend all to call at his gallery when wanting lirst class 
photographs. 

I>. li. Toll. 

Mr. Toll was the ])ioneer of the livery business in this city, having 
started the first day of November, 1855, with three horses, on the alley 
between Third and Fourth avenues. He eini>loys four hands and keeps 



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l50 CLINTON CITY DIRriGTOIiV. 

tlie best livery stock and uu elegant assortiiieiit of road vehicles of al! 
kinds. The Clarence Carriage owned ))y Mi*. Toll is the luindsoniest ii 
the city^ and cost $1,300. 

IT. F. T5owoi'tSk 

This gehtleman is engaged in the Eeal Estate business, a)i<l havin>; 
hail twelve years experience in the various otllces in llie Cmirt House 
and an exLended accinainttince in the dciLirtnu'Vits at \VasIiin;^tnn, !). c'.^ 
iB tliorouglily qualiried to atteud to all Inusiue <a ot a general nature, suc!i 
as baying and sclliug Real Estate, making colleciious. Ahstr.icls of title, 
paying taxes, lu'goliites loaus, ri'.lfi'Uis laud fniui tax s ilt s, i\:f.; also 
obtains pateuts \\\i^\i dcsiri-d. His o.lice is situated iu Un lui Ni. (J, Toll 
]Jlock. 

I'i«'i'Si<>is ^ lvi«iiio_v. 

The above lirni, coni|)i)sed of our present worthy .^layor and Mr. Kin- 
ney, a gentleman who has had large practical expeiience in the Dr^ 
Goods line, are located at KJUl Fourth street. Mr. Kinney is one of the 
first wfio sold goods on Fourth street. They have a very carefully select- 
ed stock of goods in their line. 

J. 1L-. j>lc!C.^lJi<ii*. 

The above gentleman has been estalilislied in l)u iness since 18()5, and 
locatetl on Fcnn-lh street four years. His large ami connuwdious store on 
the corner of Fourth street ajul Ninth avenue contains a large and varied 
assortment of Stoves, Tinware, Hardware, Cutlery. iMr. Mclluer is the 
embodiment of the exprtssion, a seU'-made lil.'il!, thoroughly au adept in 
in all the details id" his Imsiness. He I'arrit's on a \ery larg'e jobbing 
trade, being the only house in this county in the wholesale line. He in- 
tends shortly erecting a brick warehouse capable of containing -,{)U0 
stoves. 

One of the leading AVatchmaking and Jewelry establishments in thi^j 
city is the one carried on by the above gmitleinan. His store is located 
on Fifth avenue next to the post ohlf-e, and his stock embraces a com- 
plete assortment of ('locks, Watches and everytiiing in Jewelry of the 
most lecherche description. 

J oil 11 T^. 31<;Oiiii'#^ 

A good, reliable Keal Estate Agency is the one carried on by INlr. Mc- 
(Juire, ami we filrueslly reiiuest all contemplating buying or selling real 
estate, or having any business of a general natiue, to call on him at his 
oflice in Dank Block, cornei" Second street and Sixth avenue. 

One of the representative iiouses engaged in the Boot and Slioe Trade 



CLINTON (;nv niiiKCTouy. lol 



', s tlie establi.sl lueiit carried on by the above gentleman on Second street 

i opposite the Toll IJlock. Mr. Crai^ has been for many years a resident 

I of Clinton, and a tliousand and one customers can testify to his ability to 

I furnish everything in this line of the very best description, as he ve>y 

H- ])ointedly declares in his advertisement in another page, he buys for cash, 

sells fur cash, and makes im bad book accounts. 

IN. :>!. ISiJitt. 

Since McCormick jjerfected his lirst reapei- there has been a steady 

j increase in the n)annfaclure of agricultinal implements for theylighten- 

j. ing of the labor of the husbandman. ]\lr. N. M. JJratt has been for many 

■ years a resident of Clinton and this vicinity, and is the largest dealer in 
i Farm Machinery and Implements in the county. J)nringhis sojourn in 

this part of tlie beautifid valley of the Mississipi)i, lie has by his liigh 
business (|ualilieations and geinal qualities maj.e iT<iiiiy staunch friends 
and buill up a very larg(* trade, extending over a vast area of country. 

This po])nlar wlioUsah' grocery house is situated on Seventh avenue 
west of Second street, where may be found at all times the choicest stock 
of Staple and Fancy (iroceries in the great(!St variety. Housekeepers 
will lind it to tlieir interest to trade with this lirm, as they, by reason of 
buying lart'e consignments for cash, are emibhd to give their custorat,.rs 

■ the beneht of buying goods lower tlian any other lirm. They are both 
i gentlemen of acknowledged n.ercantile abjlity and high personal char- 
acter. 

IT'i'niK'i.'S r^o<*. 
The oldest estal)lished di-ug store in Clint'"n is that carried on by Mr. 
Lee, who has been established in his present ijuarters nearly a ipiarter of 
a century. The store is situated on the southeast corner of Second str3et 
and Fifth avejjue and liis stock embraces everything pertaining to tlie 
drug and jviint business, he also curries an extensive vStock of wall i)aper 

t and window shades, picture frames and mouldings; he has lately returned 

f 

; from the east, where he has been purchasing extensively to rei)lenish his 

already well filled establishment. 

' "JJoc." Ankeny, as he is familliarly called by his many friends and 

patrons, is the proprietor of the most extensive Itoot ami shoe house in 
Clinton, situated on Second street in that magniliceut block, owned by 
hiiUpitjtr, known ivb, the Toll Block. A visit to his extensive show rooms 
^ind ijtuiu \viHIi'epay all intending i)urchasers,as he keeps nothing but the 

; very best and most fashionable styles in men's, women's and children'^ 



152 CLINTON CITY BlUKCTOKY. 



wear , in fact, his stock eml)raees everytliing of the liiiest iiiake, that can 
be foiiml in the United States, ami at lower prices than elsewhere. 

Coi»c;li'i!-;i«>ii. 

There are many oUier firms who deserve hi-^h connnendatioii, 
amongst whom may be mentioned : C. J^amb & Sons, (jmlis liros, Union 
Iron Works, Clinton Lnmber Company, J. li. Walliker, City Attorney, 
Geo. Spencer, Stoves and Tinware; I^inike & Eyre, and ('. Pippint,', i)roi)''3 
of Meat Markets ; Henry Kreim, Stoves and Hardware; .Mrs. E. J. Har- 
vey, Clinton Taper Co., H. E. Tcrrence, A. Haas, JIarness and Saddles; 
Jolm J. Flonrnoy, AUorney-at-Law, and recently elected Jnstice of the 
Peace ; Frederick l>each, Wholesale AVines and J.i(iaors ; Whitehouse & 
Alden, Dry Goods and Carpets ; CD. Pnlford, tlie largest dealer in muu- 
ufactnred cigars. 

WHITEHOUSE & ALDEN, 



Dealers in Foreiirn and Dome.stic 



ID:K."^ C3-OOIDS, 



Fancy and Staple Dry Goods, 



CARPETINGS AND OIL CLOTHS, 



No. 214 Fifih Aveniio, 



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^ ■"" MANUKACrUKKR'OK THE' '. . ' ' 

BESTIIAVANA ClfVARS ANDTOBACCO, 

704 Second Street, 
CLINTON, - lOAVA^. 



CD. PULFORD. 

;, ; Wliuldsale avul Hetail Dealer in 

NiinilH'i- 210 So^<'ntll Avenue, 
C'LITN'TOTV, - ■ ^ - 10\V.V.: 

' HENRCKREIM. ' 

•: DEAL-EB IN 

CUTL:ERY, NAILS, STOVES 
; AND TJN\VARE. 

THE BE8T.CI8 TERN AND: WELL ■.PUMPS 

■IN THE MARKET. V' 

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- jg@^- Particular Attention pai(:l to Job Work. Kreim's 
Block, Second Street, between 3(1 and 4th Aves.,. ^ . 

CEINTON, - - - IOWA. 



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ROBERT SIDDELL: 



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DEALER IN 



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Grain, Flour and Feed !- 

AND GRASS SEEDS. ■, k 

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: OFFICE ON levee; '':" ^ ''1 

, rOOT OF 5TH- A VE., 

CLINTON, - - -, - IOWA. 



:C. S. RAYMOND, i 

'.Silver and Silver-jDlatedVV'are. 



Plated Spoons, Forks, &o. "- V''-;-'^'' 

AOENT^ FOR LORSCH pATEWT ACCOMMODATING SPECTACLES 

'■>/:'' 'Orders from -the Country Promptly Flllsd. 

r:^^SPECIAl-TY:-AilJi.htIiiK«inrt Ucimirlns Flnc\Vutcht«. ; 

|if5th Avenue, Post Office Block, ■ - OLIKTON. 










ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 



SHOWING TME 15URIXESS LOCATION AND TIIK RESIDENT 

ADDilESS OF ALL .AIEii(!ANTILE AND LIloEES- 

;SIONAL TEKSONS ll-^ CJJNTON CITY. 



ABBREVIATIONS : 

agt, apent ; asst, assistant ; iitty, attorney ; av, avenue ; bds, boards ; bet, 
between; bkkpr, boi-kkeepor ; cor, corner; elk, clerk; e, east; e s, 
east side ; u,^n<irtli; nr, near; n e, north east; n s, norlli side ; 
11 w. north west; oitj), diiposile ; pres, jn-esident ; iir()i)r, pro- 
piietor ; res, residence ; ret, retail; s, soulli ; sec, secre- 
tary; s e, suntli east ; ss,sonth si(U' ; siii)t, superin- 
tendent; w, west; wid, wliolesale ; wks, works; 
\v s, west side. 



Adams, D P, harness manufacturer, 41 Fifth av, res s s Third av bet 
Fourth and Fifth st. 

Adams, T, agent American Exp Co, ofFice w s Second st bet Fourth and 
Fifth av, res s s Seveidh av bet Fifth and Sixth sts. 

Adams, Thomas, brick maker, n v/ city limits. 

Aitchison, Ilev John Y, res ill Camanche av. 

Alden, C. F. (iVhitehouse & Alden), bds Revere House. 

Alfred, Joliii, proprietor Clinton Boiler Works, First av cor Second st, 
res Eleventh av nr Sixth st. 

AHar, J. G. (Allar & Hayes), res Riverside. 

A-llar & Hayes (J G A & J F II), dealers in shelf and builders' hard- 
ware, cor Fourth st and Eleventh av. 

Allen, George, (Lauer & Allen) res Fifth st, s e cor Fifth av. 

Allen, L P, book and job printing and binding, Fifth av 1st door w of 
post office, res n s Sixth av bet Fifth and Sixth sts. 



Merchant Tailoring a.t A, STAUBER'S. Second St, Clinton. 

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Job Work^ HooHng^ kc.^ Carstensen ^ Allen^ Lyons^ la, 

IfA CLINTON CITY DIRECTORY. 

American Express Company, ISecond st bet Fourth ami Fifth avs. 
Andrews, I R, attorney at hxw, room 11 Toll Block, res s s Fourth av bet 

iSecond and Third sts. 
Andy, O, saloon keeper, 513 Second st. 
Anguish, A M, hats and caps, w s Second st bet Sixth and Seventh aves, 

bds Revere House. 
Anguish, B. I>. (Anguish & Rumery), res s s Seventh av bet Second 

and Third sts. 
Anguish & Runicry (B D A & J L R), wholesale and retail grocers, 

210 Seventh av. 
Ankeny, A. L., wholesale and retail boots and shoes, 508 Second st, 

Toll Block, res 1 mile w of Lyons. 
Arlen, Charles (Arlen & Son), res First st cor Sixth av. 
Arlcn, E«lwtird (Arlen & Son), res First st cor Sixth av. 
Arlen & Son (C and Edward), mnfrs soda water, First st cor Sixth av. 
Arniinglon, II. AV. (xirmington & lluyck), xes Second st bet Seventh 

and Eighth avs. 



Buy Dry Goods of P. S. TOWLE, Clinton, and save Money 

Arniington & Huyck, cigar manufacturers, Second bet Seventh and 

Eighth avs. 
Armstrong C E (Young & Armstrong), res s s Fifth av bet Third and 

Fourth sts. 

Backus, G II, picture frame mnfr, bds Sixth av bet Fourth and Fifth sts. 

Bailey, E S, attorney at law, P. O Building, res 306 Fifth av. 

Baker, J R, hides, pelts and furs, &c.. Fifth av. Opera House, cor First, 

res Fifth av bet Third and Fourth sts. 
Bailey, J R, spring bed mnufr. Fifth av, res Third av bet Second and 

Third sts. 
Baldwin, Isaac, attorney at law, 217 Fifth av, res 3 e cor Eighth av 

and Third 9t. 
Baldwin Bros & Co, dealers in carriage and heavy hardware, 21 First st. 
Uannister, P. S. (Bannister Bros), res Ninth av bet Fourth and Fifth 

streets. 

Youtlis' and Boy's Clothing, A. Stauber's, Clinton, la. 



C80. G. Bauder^Real Estats Agent^Toll Blocks Clinton Ja* 

CLINTON CITY DIKECTOUY. loo 

Bannister Bros. (P S & M \V) proprs Oriental Mills, manfrs of flour, 

meal, feed, &c.. First ave cor Second st. 
Bannister, ]>I. W., (Bannister Bros.,) res Third ay bet Second and 

Third sts. 
Barton, W. II., butcher, \vs Fourth st bet Ninth and Tenth avs. 
1 j, Baxter, C V, prescription clerk, Francis Lee, res n s Fifth av w Third st. 
Bather, J. 11. & A., proprs Sunnyside i^urseries, and dealers in 

groceries, provisions, etc., n s FifLli av w Second st, IMurseries Coiu- 

anclie av. 
Bander, Gcorjjfe G., Real Estate and Insurance, room 4, Toll 

Block, res s s Fourth av between Tliird and Fourth sts. 
Beach, Fred, whl dealer in wines and liquors, 128 Fifth av, res n s 

Fourth av bet Fif t!i and Sixth sts. 
Bell, W A, salesman with WJiitehouse«&Alden, res ss Fifth av bet Fourth 

and Fifth sts. 
Belk, II L, (Coad & Belk) res 212 Fifth av. 

Buy Medicines, Lamps, Etc., at D. B. Snyder's, Lyons, Iowa. 

Bentlcy, C K., dep county treasurer, real estate dealer and insur- 
ance agent, post oflice bldg Fifth av, res s s Sixth av bet Fifth and 
Sixth sts. 

Bice, C M, atty at law, room 6 Toll Block, res s s Fifth av bet Fifth and 
Sixth sts. 

Bignall, Thos, boots and shoes, Tliird st cor Eleventh av, res same. 

Bignall Bros, (W A & J F) grocers, GU Second st. 

Bignall, J P, (Bignall Bros) bds Second av bet Second and Third sts. 

Bignall, W A, (Bignall Bros) res Eight av bet Third and Fourth sts. 

Bishop, S J, (E Conant & Co) res Tenth av bet Four.h and Fifth sts. 

Blanchard & Duncan, (David B & Win D) Uiannfrs of carriages, and 
general blacksmiths, Fifth av bet First and Second sts. 

Blanchard, L>avid, (Blanchard & Duncan) res n s Third av bet 
Second and Third sts. 

Blodt, M, baker, 100 Second st. 

Boam, Benj, manager Union Meat Market, 800 Fourth st, res Sev- 
enth av bet Fifth and Sixth sts. 



Hardware, Carstensen k Allen, 74 Main Street, Lyons. 



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Eucalyptus will Curo /lg:uG rmd Piles. 

l5G CLINTON CITY DIIIKCTOIIY. 



Bosscii, Jans, pr<'n^)r Funaers Home, First av bet Second and Third sts. 
Boutelle, T X, civil en;,aneer. 

Boyntoii, A R, ladies furnishiuf^ ;?oods. 231 Fifth av, res 149 Fifth av, 
Boynton, y S, veterinary surgeon, n s Fifth av bet First and Second sts, 

res 130 Fourth av. 
Bowers, H. F., veal estate and abstract of title, room 6 Toll Block, rea 

n s Fifth av bet Fifth aiul Sixth streets. 
Brady, Feter, saloon, cor Fourth st and Fourteenth av, res same. 
Bray, Rev W L, pastor Congregational church, res Tenth av cor Sixth st. 
Bratt, N. M., dealer inagricidtural imi)lemejits. First st bet Fifth and 

and Sixth avs, res n s Sixth av 3 w Fourth st. 
Brenizcr, Gcorjj;-o, city and townshii) clerk, res n s Fourth av bet 

Fifth and Sixth sts. 
Brcitliiig', John, nianufr of and dealer in bread and confectionery of 

all kinds, restaurant in connection, 1123 Fifth av. 
Breutlii»5>'cr, J. W.,nvanagtT Union Iron AVorks, res s s Sixth av 2 

e of Sixth st. 

P. S. Towie buys for cash and sells cheap, Clinton, Iowa. 

Brown, Geo P, liouse and sign painter, n s Second av bet Second and 
Third sts, res same. 

Brewer, I P, dealer in dry goods, g.xoceries &c, 210 Fifth av, res Fourth 
av bet Second and Third sts. 

Brewerton, Mrs, dress and cloak maker. Fourth st bet Tenth and Elev- 
enth avs, res same, 

Brindell, G W, pastor Methodist Episcopal church, bds 403 Sixth av. 

Bringman, John II, confectionery. Fourteenth av cor Fourth st. 

Broderson, L, shoemaker, Fourth st bet Thirteenth and Fourteentli avs. 

Brooks, J E, grocer, 61 Second st^ res same. 

Brown, I>r. M. E., propr Northwestern Medical and Surgical Insti- 
tute, Toll Block. 

Bryant, George, general blacksmith, Second st bet Fourth and Fifth avs, 

res Ringwood. 
Bryning, S G, physician and surgeon. Second st cor Fifth av, res 

Fulton, 111. 
.. * Buchel, I'](lward, boot and shoe maker. Second st bet Second and 
f Third avs, 

Buy Medicines^ Lamps^ kz.^ at D. B, Snyder's Lyons^ la. 



Merchant Tailoring at A, Staubsr's^ 2d Strcst^ Clinton^ 

CLINTON CITY DlliKC'J'OK Y. 157 

Bullard, J Henry, (J Henry Dullard & Co) post ollice Block, res 181 Fifth 
;♦ av bet Fiftli and Sixth sts. 

Burke, Kobert M, saloon. 70!) Second st, res same. 
Burns, Daniel, saloon, cor Fourth st and TweU'ih av. 

o. 

Cady, Frank, propr Transit House livery stable, 2d st, bds Transit House. 
Caille, Willijim, baker and confectioner, L'o2 Fifth av, res same. 
Callender, E 11, guns and pistols, ll-") Fifth ay, res Seventh av. 
Caiiuuack, Francis F., physician and surgeon, Fourth st bet Ninth 

and Eighth avs. 
Cannon, JVlrs AI A, millinery, SOS Fourtli st, res same. 
Cannon, A 8, boots and shoes, 41 Fifth av, res Fourth st bet Eighth and 

Ninth avs. 
Carter, John, boots and slioes, 521 Second st, res same. 
Carpenter, J E, (Curtis liros & Co) res Sixth ave bet Fourth and 

Fifth sts. 

Best Line of Dress Goods at P. S. Towle's, Clinton, Iowa. 

Central Yetist Cake Company, (A F Smith and A E Spencer) G08 

First street. 
Chase, C W, (Chase & Munroe) res n w city limits. 
Chase & Munroe, (C W C & I M) attys at liw, postofTice bldg. Fifth av. 
Chandler, Wm, saloon, Second st bet Fourth and Fifth avs, res Fifth av 

bet First and Second sts. 
Childs, Joseph, (with Childs, Baer& Co) bds llevere House. 
Childs, Baer & Co, (Joseph C & F B) mnuufrs and jobbers of clothing, 208 

Fifth av. 
Childs, S, (Cliilds, Baer & Co) bds Revere House. 
Cliurclier, J. II., general insurance agt, 8 Bank Block Second st cor 

Seventh av, res Bluff rd w end Eighth av. 
Clark, J. W., grocer, 105 Second st, res 110 Third av. 
Clark, Miss Annie, dressmaker, 5]ii Second st, res same. 
Clark, A. II., candy manufr and dealer in fruits, Toll IJlock, res Sixth 

av bet Second and Third sts. 
Clark, Seth, photograph gallery. Fourth st bet Eighth and Ninth avs, 

res n s Eleventh av bet Fourth and F'ifth sts. 

DrugG^ School Books and Kotions, at D> B, Snyder's* Lyons, 



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CLINTON CITY ])IUECTC)UY. 





Clinton Commercial College, John lliley, principal, p o Block, 

Fifth av. 
Clinton Bottling- Co., S D Dye, prnpr, importers and whl liquor deal- 
ers, First st cor Fifth av, Opera House bldg. 
Clinton Chair Co., (C E Shattuck, Pres, L M Howell, Sec and Treas) 

mnfrs black walnut tine cane seat chairs and rockers, First st bet 

Seventh and Eighth avs. 
Clinton Herald, published by W M Potter, w s Second st, bet Fourth 

and Fifth avs. 
Clinton Iron Works, Second st s w cor Eleventh av. 
Clinton Lumber Co., (A P Ilosford, Pres, Schiller Ilosford Sec'y) 

Third av cor First st. 
Clinton Paper Co., A Siddle,sec'y, nmfi's of papei'. Nineteenth av 

cor Fifth st. 
Clintoft Gas Light and Coke Co, O Messer, supt, Second st. 
Clinton Bridge Co, bridge builders, First st cor Fourth av. 
Clinton Protective Mercantile Association, AVm W Hall agt, w s Fourth 

st bet Eighth and Ninth avs. 

"Boss" on Trunks, &c., at Buell & Boardman's, Lyons, Iowa. 

Coad & Belk (N G O C & H L B) druggists and apothecaries, 212 Fifth ay. 

Coad, N G O, (goad & ]k-lk,) res 212 Fifth av. 

Coan, W. F., president Clinton National Bank, res Seventh av s e cor 

Fourth 3t. 
Coan, Claude C, with Clinton National Bank, res Seventh av s e cor 

Fourth st. 
Coe, J W, (Smith & Coe) res n s Fourth av nr Sixth st. 
Cogswell, C II, physician, s s Seventh av e Third st, res same. 
Cole, J J, (Ilarroun & Cole) res w s Sixth st bet First and Second avs. 
Conant, E, (E Conant & Co) res s s Seventh av bet Second and Third sts. 
Conant, E & Co, (E C, S J Bishop) millers, Fii-st st bet Sixth and 

Seventh avs. 
Conant, L A, pianos and organs, 234 Fifth av, res Sixth av bet Second 

and Third sts. 
Conklin, Mrs Kate, boarding house. Tenth av nr Third st. 
Conley, John, saloon, Fourth st bet Fourteenth and Fifteenth avs. . , 
Conroy, L, piopr Commercial Hotel, Seventh av nr Second st. 

Buy School Books and Drugs, at D. B, Snyder's, Lyons, la. 



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Geo* G, Baudsr, Hsal Estate Agsnt, Clinton, Iowa, 

CLINTON t'lTY OlliKCTOKY. 159 

Copeland & Farley, (A W C & N F) blacksmiths and waKon-raakers, 

FomUi stl)et Eleventh and Twelfth av5. 
\ Copeland, A W, (Copeland & Farley) res Third st head of Ninth av. 
Corbin, J 8, physician, res Fourth av w Third st. 
Correll. Daniel, recorder of county, bdsCJerliard House. 
Cornue, J G, propr Revere House, res Hotel. 
Cosner, J P, propr saloon, 509 Second st. 
Cowden, Rev J G, pastor Presbyterian church, res Tenth av bet Sixth 

and Seventh sts. 
; Craiyr Kicliard, dealer in boots and shoes, Second st opp Toll Block, res 

same. 
I Crawford, J 15, real estate claim and ins agt, 212 Fifth av, ressa 

Fourth av bet Fourth and Fifth sts. 
Cribb, R 13. dealer in (lour and feed, 144 Fifth av, res n s Sixth av bet 

Second and Third sts. 
Crouch, A P, real estate, 209 Fifth av, res s s Fourth av bet Fifth and 

Sixth sts. 

Buy Paints, Oils, &c., at D. B, Snyder's, Lyons, Iowa, 

Crozer, Samuel, agt New American Sewing I^Iachine, 217 Fifth av, res 

Third st, s w cor Fourth av. 
Crosby, Jotham, house and sign painter. Fourth st bet Eighth and Ninth 

avs, res Ninth av cor Fourth st. 
Curtis, C. F., (Curtis liros & Co) res Fifth av bet Third and Fourth sta. 
Curtis, G. M., (Curtis Bros &Co) res Fifth av bet Third and Fourth sts. 
Curti.s Bros. & Co., (J E Carpenter, G M & C F Curtis) manufrssash, 

doors and blinds, Second st cor Thirteenth av 

ID. 

Daly, Miss Minnie, milliner and dressmaker, 213 Fifth av, res n s Second 

av bet Fourth and Fifth sts. 
Darling, J S, atty at law, post office bldg Fifth av, res n s Third av bet 

Second and Third sts. 
Davis, E M, real estate and capitalist, res n s Sixth av e Third st. 
pavis \V, propr Meat Market, w s Fourth st bet Eighth and Ninth avs, 
•' res same. 

^f'urnisbing Goods,Hats and Caps, A. Stauber's, Clinton. 



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stoves, Tinware Carstensen & Alleu, Main St., Lyons. 

160 CLINTON CITY DIUKCTOllY. 

Derbysliire, 0. A., viuej>-ar manulT, 20 First st res lie;i(,l of Second av 

city limits. 
Dewey, Spencer, (Rose & Dewey) res 511 Secuiid st. 
Diincait, Will, (];l;uichard A: Duncan) res e s Fourth st, bet Eightli 

and Ninth avs. 
Dunham, J II, (Leslie & Dunham) res Seventh av s e cor Fittli st. 
Durkee, John, bhicksmitli, Fourth st bet FourleiMitli ami FUleeiith avs. 
Drauoker, Mrs. 1^., restaiuiuit, USFifthav. 
Drake, F, carriage nianufr, Second st nr Fifth av, res Rint^wood. 
Drescher, C, propr boaTding house and saloon, 110 Fittli av, res same. 
Dye, S. D., propr Clinton liottlinj^' Co, bds Iowa Central. 

E. 

Eislebeii, Mrs JSI, groceries and provisions, Fourth st cor Fourteenth av, 
res same. 

Elliott, C C, master mechanic C & N W R R, res 500 Seventh av. 

Ely, E. T.,,<1ealer in groceries and i)rovisions, cor Camanche and Elev- 
enth avs, resides Fifth st cor Seventeenth av. 



P. S. Towie sells CI oaks, Furs, and Ladies' Suits, Clinton. 

Eniiis, Dr. Joliii E. (Funis & Fatton), res at Nurseries, w of Lyons. 
Euiii.s & Pattoii (Dr John E E & A E F), proprs Western Nurseries, 

1 mile w of Lyons. 
Ervin, J H, physician, res Seventh av bet Fifth and Sixth sts. 
Ewing, Amos G, alderman and traveling agent W J Young & Co, res n 

s Sixth av bet Fourth and Fifth sts. 
Eyre, G W (Leake & Eyre), res s s Second av bet Sixth and Seventh sts. 

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Earley, N (Copeland & Farley), bds Commercial Hotel. 

Farmer's & Citizen's Savings Bank, J F Gage, pres; Wm Lyall 

vice pres ; Bid Gage, cashier ; 512 Second st. 
Earnsworth, P J & II S, physicians and surgeons, room 7 Bank Block, 

res 31G Sixth av. 
Fegaii, J. D., real est, 212 Fifth av, res sec 1 Clinton tp, w city limits. 
Ferg-iison, W. F., i)hotographer, n w cor Second st and Third av, res 

Fourth av bet Fifth and Sixth sts. 



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r milvoudorifc ilioaboyc-T^AKTEMUS 1>AMR. ; ' V; / . ' "^# 

Ttiis l^ to ceriilj Ihat I have uycd tl>e Amiiiican ;^|>i-iii£».Byd maiinf'actiinul by M. Hog'ts- 
liooiH, and fcimid it ca mytliiiig I could wjeli foi' e;ise luid ciiiniort.— P. S HANNISTEIi. (,j 

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ULINION Cri'V BIHECJTOUV. 1(11 



Fisher & Joiikins, ice«/lt':ilirs, Fourtli st cor Eleventh iiv. 

Pl;iii;i;:j:ii>, J II, iii;iinit';u:tur(-r of carriages, i5 &, 17 Fourth iiv, res Sev- 

eiitli uv bet Fourth and Fifth sts. 
Flauagiui, J M (Peck & Flanagan), res Second av bet Second and Third 

streets. 
Flint, J II (Flint & Sniitli), res Sixth av n w cor Fifth st. 
Flint & Smith (J II F tt Clias A S), attys at law, o Toll Block. 
Flouriioy, .1. J., ,J 1*, atty at law and dealer in real estate, room 7 

Toll Block, 'Vcs Fifth av e Sixth st. 
Foley, John, propr Centennial House, cor Third st and Tenth av. 
Forsee, Jennie, dress-making, Third st bet Ninth and Tenth avs. 
Foster, II C (Foster & Foster), res s s Fourth av bet Fifth and Sixth sts. 
Foster, J Ellen (Foster & Foster), bds s s Fourth av bet Fifth it Sixth sts. 
Foster it Foster (E C and .r Ellen), attys at law, V () Bid'/, Fiflh av. 
Freeman, Chailes E, barber slio]), n w eor Sixth av aiid St'cond st, res 

Sixth st, n e corner Fourth av. 
Fr<eund, II F, boot and shoe maker, .517 Second st, res same. 



Buy Medicines, Lamps, Etc, at 0. B. Snyder's, Lyons, Iowa. 

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Cage, Bidwell, cashier Farmer' and Citizens' Savings Bank, res Park cor 
Fifth st Lyons. 

Gage, ,J P, i)resideut Farmers' and Citizens' Savings Bank, and president 
First National Bank of Eyons, res w a Sixth st bet Main and Ex- 
change, Lyons. 

Gardiner, Stephen G, foreman, Iliverside Saw Mill^", res Riverside. 

Gardiner, S B, s<!c'y and treas, Kiverside Saw ^\lills. res (518 Teiitli av. 

Gariliner, S W, bkki)r Riverside S iw iVIills, res tJ20 Tenth av. 

Gerhard Henry, i»ropr Gcrliard House, Sixth av n w cor First bt. 

Gerold Ileniy, butcher Second av bet Thitcl and Fourth sts. 

Giessler, John L, i)ropr Sixth Avenue House, s s Sixth av bet Second and 
Tnird sts. 

Gilkcson, T. K., harness manufr, 137 l-^ifth av, res same. 

Gilnian, Mrs M E, boarding liouse, '2:10 Tliiid av. 

Gilsoii F It, local editor Clinton Herald, res Cauianche av southern limits. 

Merciiant Tailoring at A. STAUBER'S, Second St., Clinton. 



Job Work^ Roofing^ kz.^ Carstsnsan k Allsn^ Lyons, la, 

102 CLIXTOJvf CITY DlUICOroilV. 



Chitts iV: Co., (J G and O S Kuowlton) deulcis in furniture, 93 and 95 

Second st bet Sixtli and Seventh avs. 
Glatts, .Tosepli, (CHatts & Co) res Second av bet First and Second 

streets. 
Gode, Henry, grocer, Fifth av cor Second st, res Fourth st bet Fourth and 

Fifth av. 

Godslicscn Sf iiius (Kies & Godskesen), s s 1st av, bet Third and 

Fourth st 
Gray, Daniel, alty at law, s s Seventh av e of Thiiwl st, res same. 
Grimes JSIartin merchant tailor, 711 Second st, res same. 
Gruner, Eev, pastor (Jerman Evangelical Association res s w cor Third 

and Fourth st. 
Haas. J, harness and saddles Tenth av w Fourth st, res n s S(;venth av, 

cor Seventh st. 
Haley John, saloon, 39 Fifth av, res same. 

Hall & I'ollard (T \V 11 c\: Jno P) grocers Thirteenth av cor Fourth st. 
Hall, A G, \vinesand li(iu()rs. 111! Fifth av, res Sixtli av cor Third st. 

Buy Dry Goods of P. S. TOWLE, Clinton, and save Money 

Hall, Peter V, Hour and feed. Fourth st cor Eleventli av res 81 Cara- 

manche av. 
Hall, Tlios W (Hall &rollard)rcs Fourteenth avbetFonrth and Fifth st. 
Hall, Wni W, agent, res n s Flisventh av bet Fourth and J'^ifth sts. 
Ifaradon, \a !*, (Piersan & Haradon), res J'^lm bet First and Second st. 
IlarbvoM, Tlumias, (E Owens & Co) res ]]luff rd bet First and Second 

sts. 
Harding, J W, ladies fr.rnishing store, (30-1 Second st, res ns Sixth av 

bet Second and Third st. 
Hart, TJ]5 city engineer, office Clinton Bridge Co res llingwood. 
Hart, E S sec and treas Clinton Bridge Co, res Kingwood. 
Harrington, Mrs Kate, dress-making. Fifth av nr First st. 
Harronn, C C, (Harroun & Cole) res s s Sixth av bet First aiid Second st. 
Ilarronn & Cole, (C C H & J J C), blacksmiths and wagon-makers. Fifth 

av bet First and Second sts. 
llarty, ]\Iioliael, (W JI O'Donnell l\:^ Co; res ss Sixth av bet First and 

Second st. 

Youths' and Boy's Clothing, A. Btaaber's, Clinton, la. 






^ Gso. a. Baudsr, Real Ectats Agent, Toll Block, Clinton, la. 

CLINTOX CITY DIKKOTOUY. IGii 

Harvoy, J T, drua:2;ist 003 Second st, res same. 

llarvcy, I^Jrs JC J, af,H'iit ]5utterick's ratteins and dealer hi human 
liair, GOo Second st bet Sixth and Seventh aves. 

Ilatton, ]■;, merchant tailoi-, w s Second bet Sixth and Seventh avs, res 
Main w Tenth st I.juns. 

Hayes, T Iv, shoemaker cor Fourth and Thirteentli av, res Fourteenth 
av bet Tiiird and Fourth. 

Hayes, J F, (AUar & Hayes) res e s Fourth st bet Ninth and Tentli avs. 

Hayes, James F, i»hysician, s s Thiid av nr First st, res same. 

Hayes, Patrick, street commissioner, res n s Second av bet Fourtliand 
Filth sts. 

Hayes, Wiilter I, judge of district court, otrice P. O. bh]g-,res n s Sev- 
enth av bet Second and Tliird. 

Haywood, Ceorg-e, ((!. Haywood &Son) res Fourth st s w cor Ninth. 

Haywood, G^^tSon, ((i. Jl. & AI. 11.) bankers, w s Fourth st bet Ninth 
and Tentii. 

Haywood, ^Murray, (G. Haywood & Son) res Fourtli st s w cor Ninth. 



Buy Medicines, Lamps, Etc., at D. B. Snyder's, Lyons, Iowa. 

Hazard, J H, pliysician and surgeon, (E. L>. McCuUough & Co) 

res Fourth st cor Tenth av. 
Ilehner, Phillip, train dispatcher C. & N. AV. R., res Ninth st bet Fourth 

and Fifth. 
Henely Jolni, grocer 92 Second st res same. 
Herman, S J, (Seaman Bros. & Co.) res s s Fourth av bet Third and 

Fourth st. 
Hess, William, (Miller & Hess) res Sixth av bet First and Seond sts. 
IHldreth, Young & Co (D L H, J N Y, & J G Smith) photo copyist. 

over 1008 Ft)urth st. 
IHnd, Julius, barber 700 Second st, bds Transit House. 
Ilobart, A J, physician, res Fifth av bet Third and Fourth 
Hog-endobler, John, carpenter and builder, e s Fourth st, s Ninth 

avenue. 
Hojjoboom, M H, spring bed manufacturer 75 First av, res samo, 
Holroyd, Ellis H, telg operator, res Fifth av s w cor Tliird st. 
Hopkiii.s, A F, dentist, 112-3 Fifth av res 5liO Seventh av. 

Hardware, Carstensen k Allen, 74 Main. Street, Lyons. 

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IIoHr^rd, A. T*., jiiL'S Clinton Lumber Co iimlpropr Union Iron Works, 

res n w cor Fifth uv and Tliird st. 
llcjsiord, SoJiilliT, b^ec and Treas Clinton J.unibev Co, res n \v cor 

rit'tii av and Tliird st. 
Houseman, F, baker and confectioner, 702 Second st, res same, 
Jh)\vard, II II, alderman and foreman Frank ti Nojes, res Tenth av bet 

Fifth and Sixth sts. 
Howe, I 15, pres Clinton Gas J.i;4ht and Coke Co, res Fifth av bet Thir«l 

and Fouith sts. 
llowoll, Ij. M., secy and Ireas Clinton Chair Company, res s s Fourth 

av bet Fifth and Sixth sts. 
Howes, E i\I, watciies and jewelry. Toll Ulock, res s s Sixth av bet Second 

and Third sts. 
Iloyt, Wm F, ins agt, room 4 Toll Ulock, res Camanche uv cor Center 

avenue. 
Howe, L, auction store. Fifth av bet First ami SeconsJ sts. 



P. S. Towie buys for cash and sells cheap, Clinton, Iowa. 



Iowa Central House, I'ent & Cottrell, propvs. Fourth av cor First st. 
Iowa Land Company, II Williams, pres ; J Vandeventer, secy ; First 

st bet Fourth and Fifth avs. 
Iowa A'^olks Zoituiij.;-, F J I'feilTer & Co, proi)r8, Toll iJlock, 

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James C M, i)ropr City Hotel, Fourth av bet First and Secoml sts, 

Jsuiscn, A. 4.V; Co., dealers in family groceries. Second st bet Twelfth 
and Thirteenth avs. 

Janseii A. (A Jansen & ('o), res Second st bet Twelfth and Thirteenth. 

Jansseii & Struvc (Wni Janssen & Fred Struve), furniture and up- 
holstery manufacturers and dealers; also undertakers, Second st 
bet Third and Fourth avs. 

Jaiisson, William (Janssen & Struve), res Second bt bet Third and 
Fourth avs. 



Merchant Tailoring at K Stauber's^ 2d Street^ Clinton, 



R. o. Rathbun, Dentist, Lyons, Iowa, 



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' Joiiks, W n, will ami ri'i lisli douler, Ia-voc bet Sixth and 8eveuth avs 

li res Fi'ont st bet Sixih and Sevi'nth avs. 

f Jenkins, J Scott, I'li^^inccr, res ronrth av liet Tliiid and Fonrth sts. 

Jcsseii, ,J. 11. (A Jaiisen & Co), les Second st bet Twelfth and Thir- 
teenth avs. 
Johannsen. M, boarding lK)ii8e, Sixth av nr First st, res same. 
John, B F, lish dealei', J.evee bet Sixth and Seventh av, res s b Third av 

bet First and Second sts. 
J(»liiis<Mi, AiKk'S J., dealer in leatlier and lindings and nianfr of boots 
and shoes, 80 Fitth av. res same. ■ ''■ ' 

Johnson, A P, carpenter, n s l^tlh av w Sixth st. 
Jolmson, Josias, saloon, Se<'ond av cor Elm st, resides same. 
Jones, T JNI, restaurant and eating house, Fillli av <>[>[) F, O., res same. 

Kalin, A. (AVeil r>ros), res Eighth av bet Third and Fourth sts. 
Kean, John, b(jots and shoes. Second st Iiet First and Second avs. 



Buy Paints, Oils, £0 , at D. B. Snyder's, Lyons, Iowa. 

Keeler, II C, city marshul, res n s Secoml av bet Second and Tliird sts. 
Kelly, William, carpenter and builder, FitLh av nr First st, res Fifth av 

w of Fifth st. 
Kendall, Ot'orj.'-*', plumber, gas and steamfitter, 5IU Second st, res 

Sixth av bet Fourth and Fifth st. 
Ivennecke, E, bo(i(s and shoes, Fifth av bet First and Second st, res Sec- 
ond av nr Second st. 
Kiiiuey, H, (Fierson & Kinney) res s s Tenth av bet Third and 

Fourth sts. 
Kiiij;-, \^. H., Jiomo'opathic physician and surgeon, n wcorFifthav and 

Second st, res n s Fourth av bet Fourth and Fifth sts. 
Knaiil, A., jr, druggist and apothecary, 57 Second st, res same. 
Knaul, A., sr, druggist, 57 Second st. 
Knowltoii, O. S., ((Jlatts it Co) res Second av bet First and Second 

streets. 
Koukle, E. II., carpenter and builder and millwright, Fifth av nr 

First, res s s Second av bet Fourth and Fifth sts. 

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Geo* Qu Bauclsr, R^al E^itats Agent, Clinton, Iowa, 



160 CLINTON Cl'l'Y DIKECTOUV. 



Ivroiiu, ISi'nrj', liiirduare, stoves iuid tinware, Kieim IJlock, Second st 

bet Tliii'dand Foiirtli avs. 
Kuklinsky, A, ciiiar niaul'r, TOG Second st, res same. 

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Lamb, Artemus, (C L;nrib & Sons), res Sixtli av n e corl'liiid st. 
I.amb, Lat'ai-ette, (C L'.uub ifc Sons), res Seventh av 2 \v of Third st. 
Lamb, (', Sc Sons, (C J., A 1^, Lafayetle L), uianlrs and dealers in lumber 

etc, olllce Second st cor Eleventh av. 
Lamb, Byng Company, (Chancy l^anib, pres ; Artemus Lamb, vice pves ; 

SB Gardiner, sec and treas) mantrs lumber and proprs Riverside Saw 

Mills. 
Lamb Chancy, (C Liimb Sc Sons), res Seventli av s w cor Third st. 
Lake, William, sui)ervisor, justice ol' the peace and atty at law, room 

10, T-<.)11 lUoek, res s s Tenth av bet Fourth and Fitth sts. 
Larson, Otto, boot and shoe maker. Fourth st bet Ninth und Tenth avs, 

res same. 

Best Line of Dress Goods at P. S. Towle's, Clinton, Iowa. 

Lawrence, SB, watclimaker, 922 Fourth st, res same. 

Lauer & Allen, proprs Clinton Brewery, w end ]*]lm st. 

Lauer, Mathew, (Lauer & Allen), res s s Ravine Road w Second st. 

Leaden, James, alderman and yard foreman Clinton Jjumber Co, res 
Pirst av cor Fourth st. 

Leake, J AV, (Leake & Eyre) res n s Fourth av bet Fifth and Sixth 
street. 

Xicakc & Kyrc, (J W L, G W E) proprs Central Meat Market Market, 
s 3 Fiftli av bet Second and Third sts. 

Xee, Francis, whl and ret dealer in drugs, medicines, paints, oils, glass, 
wall paper and window shades, books and stationery, s e cor Fifth av 
and Second st, res n s Fifth av w Third st. 

Lee, Orren, retired, n s Fifth av w Third st. 

a-,effingwell, W 13, county clerk, res Fifth av s w cor Fifth st. 

Leslie, W W, (Leslie & Dunham) res Seventh av se cor Fifth st. 

Leslie & Dunham, (W W L, J II D) dealers in dry goods, notions, gro- 
ceries and provisions, 230 Fifth av. 

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R. S. Rathbun^ Csntist^ Lyons, lov/a. 

t;LlNTOM CITY DUiKCTOitY. U>7 



Levi, K., ('lotliier and iiun-ciiant tailor, 20G Second st, Dunbai IJlock, rea 
n Sixth a.v bet Tliiid and I'^ouith sts 

Lindst'.v, O li, gi^n a^t Wlieeler and Wilson sewing machine, s s Fiflh 
jvv bet Second and Thiid sts, res same. 

Lindlolf, Fred, grocer and drnggisl, Fonrth st bet Thirteenth and Four- 
teentli avs. 

Logne, Jolin, boarding liouse, Tenth av nr Second st. 

Lovejoy, A W, (Lovejoy & iJackus) res n s Sixth av bet Fonrtli and Fifth 
streets. 

Lovejoy & Backns, (A W L, G II F.) proprs Clinton Fictnre Frame Mnfg, 
222 Fifth av. 

Loveder, Geo F, bUkpr Clinton Foiler AVks, res s s Tentli av cor Sev- 
enth St. 

Lloyd, John, butcher, Fonrth st cor Thirteenth av, res Riverside. 

Lucas, Edwin R, connty treas, res s s Second av Ijet Fiftii and Sixth sts. 

Luther, Charles, propr boarding house, Second st bet Tenth and Elev- 
enth avs. 

Buy Paints, Oils, &c., at D. B, Snyder's, Lyons, Iowa, 



! Lyall, William, vice ])r('S Farmers' and Citizens' Savings Bank, res 
Sixth sts w cor Excii.inge st. Joyous. 

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Maj;-ill, S. G., dealer in coal, salt, cement, lime and plaster, levee foot 

of Sixth av, r.'S Second st cor Eighth av. 
Magden, Dennis, alderman and blacksmitii, res Third st cor Eleventh av. 
Maples, Thomas, saloon, Fourth st under Haywood's Baidv. . ' 

Maples, Mrs A, dressmaking, Fourtli st over Haywood's ]5ank. 
Marquette, J B, auctioneer, 515 Second st, res s s Second av bet Second 

and Tiiird sts. 
Martoiis, IT, saloon and boar<ling house, 10.'> Second st, res same. 
Mat^Jiews, II C, bkkpr Union Iron Wks, res s s Fourth av nr Fo\uth st. 
Matthews, John, n s I'ifth av bet I'iisl and Second sts. 
Matson, E, cigar maiifr. Second st l^et Third and Fnuitli avs. 
McCormick & Smitli, (II McC, A A S) pliysicians, w s Tliird st ^s 

Fifth av. 



Furnishing Goodajlats and Caps, A. GtaubvOr's, Clinton- 



stoves, Tinware. Carstensen & Allen, Main St., Lyons. 



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McCull<nij;ii, E. i*.,, (E ]} Mc<'iilkMi;cli .^. (\.)rvsc(.r KouillisUuid 

Tenth av. 
JVIcCun<Mi-li, E. B. ^M- C<u, [K 1} Mv(\ DiJ 11 Iln/.ani) (lni;;-i.sls and 

dealers in tobacco and line ci^'ais, ii \v cor Foiutli sL and Tciith av. 
McCliUT, J. L., stoves and tinware, cor Nintli av and. l-'nurlii st, res 

same. 
McCoy, A. K,, atty at law, 212 Fil'tli uv, res F.flh av bet Fifth and 

Sixtli sts. 
McCiiiire Jolm V., realeslalc and ins aj^^t. room 5 r>ank P. h)ck cor Sec- 
ond st and Sixth av, res s s Sixth av bet Second and Tiiird sis. 
Mclfu^^-Ii, l>r-iiiis, ^vagon nud''«r and blacksniilhnii,', w s First st bet 

Fifth and Sixth sts. res Fifth av cor First st. 
McKiuloy, A.M., (McKinK^y .^ Mutchler) res J'\)nrlhav bet Second and 

Third sts. 
Mo31alH>ii, Liiwrcnc;', (Olney Sc McMahonJ res lt>-,'en' House. 
Meadows, A J^, lionse cleaner, whitewasher, Sec, ]iostolllce bldg, Fiftli av, 

res same. 

P. S. Towie sells Cloaks, Furs, and Ladies' Suits, Clinton. 

Merklcy, W. V,., ^lenlist, Dmibar Block, Second st, iir Seventh av, res 

s s Fourth av bet Third and l-'ourth sts. 
Mcsscr, (>, Sup't uus l.i^ht and A: Coke C^o, res Tentli av bet Fiftli and 

Sixtii sts. 
Meyers, C W, i)hysician, fi Bank Jjlock', res (lUO Fifth av. 
Miller, Victor, vv^wx nianlV, \v s Second st l.iet Fourth and Fifth 

avs, res s e cor Fourth av and Se(;oiid st. 
Miller, Aii^iishts, barl>er, Second st bet Fourth and Fifth a\', res 

Fourth av cor Second. 
Miller, Cliarles, (Miller & Iless) bds (Jerliaid Ifoiise. 
Miller & Hess (Charles ^M c'v; W'ni II) whl and ret man frs of cigars 510 

Secojid St. 
Miller, Miss Tillit;, millinery and I'aucy goods 211 iMfLh av, res same. 
Miller, Peter, salouji, 'j'.i SeL-ond sL, re-s sanie. 

Miller, G, i)ro[)r restaurant and eating' house, 707 Second ,st nr Transit 
House. 

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CLINTON CITY DHIECTORY. IG'J 



■ I^Iills, J Day, tr;iiii dispatcher C & N W R R, res Eightli av bet Fourtli 

and Filth sts. 

I Mills, S J asst supt Iowa I3iv C & N W R R, res Riiigwood. 
5 ^liteliell, D I), saloon. Seooiid st bet Sixth and .Seventh av. 
:' Morcy, I>. G., prop'r reataurant and eating Iiouse 1st door n of Revere 
House. 
]\Ioses, John C, (Moses & Thompson) res n s Fifth av 2e of Fifth st. 
Moses, T S, s iloon, 105 Secund st, res same. 

Ikloses it Tliompson (J C M & Watson T) booksellers and stationers, post- 
» olhce bnikling. 

]Moulton, W R, propr Revere Ilonse, res Hotel. 

Blount, Ivifhai-d, pro[)r Clinton Saw Works, First st bet Tliird and 

Fourth avs, res same. 
Mull my, John I, collection agt, 5 IJank blk, res s s Sixth av bet Second 

and Tliird sts. ■* 
Munroe, Ives (Chase & Munroe) alderman, res n s Fifth av bet Fourth 
and Fifth sts. 

Buy Medicines, Lamps, Etc., at 0. B. Snyder's, Lyons, Iowa, 

Murray, James, merchant tailor, 219 Fittii av, res 21 Sixth av. 
JNlnrphy J, saloon and boarding house, Ktl Second st, res same. 
Muri)hy, Patrick, propr saloon, Tliird st bet Eleventh and Twelfth avs, 

res same. 
Miit<-liU'i-, C. T. (.McKinley .\: Mutehler), res Fourth av bet Secont} and 

Third sts. 

Nagel, Fritz, Germania Iiouse, Twelfth av bet Second ami Third tts, res 

same. 
2^ash, J 11 (Nash Dros), res Seventii av bet Fourth and Fifth sts. 
Nash Bros (A K c^l- J D), grocers, 1008 Fourtli st. 
Nash, J I) (Nash Rros), res Seventh av nr Fifth st, 
Nash, A K (Nash Bros), res s w cor Seventh av and Fifth st. 
Nisscsi, Anij;ii:st, pn.pr Fourth Street 15eer ilall, Fourth st bet Ninth 

and Tenth avs. 



Merciiant Tailoring at A. STAUBER'S, Second St., Clinton. 



Dr. R. 2. Rathbun^ Dsntist* Lyons^ Iowa. 

170 CLINTON CITY DIKEC'l'OUV. 

Northwosteru l^rodical aiul Siiri>i('iil rnstituto (Dr M 1] IJrowii, 

propr), Second at cor Fifth ;iv, Toll J]loc;k. 
Noyes, Fr;ink G, propr Clinton Iron Works, s w cor Eleventh uv and 

Second st, res Ninth uv s \v cor Fifth st. 

o. 

O'Connell Wm, grocer, 700 Second st, res same. 

O'Connor, R, propr Clinton Marble Works, First st cor Fifth av, res s \v 

cor Second av and Third st. 
O'Donnell, William, alderman and section boss C & N W II Tl, res n s 

Tenth av bet Third and Fourth sts. 
O'Doiiucll, W. H. (W II O'Donnell & Co), res n s Tenth av bet Third 

and I'ourth sts. 
O'Douiu'll, W. n. & Co. (W II O'DandM Ilarty), proceries and 

provisions, n e cor Second st and Seventh av. 
Oliver, James S, supt Iowa Division C & N W R R, res Seventh uv cor 

Fifth St. 

Buy Dry Goods of P. S. TOWLE, Clinton, and save Money. 

Oluey & Mc]\Ialioii (A R O & L McM), whl and ret drnggists, 518 Sec- 
ond St. 

Olney, A. K. (Olney & INIcMahon), res 500 Fifth av. 

Overbeck, E, honse and sign painter, Fifth av nr First st, res Riverside, 

Owciis, 1'^, & Co. (Edward Owens and Thoi Ilarbron), proprs Eagle 
Roller Works, Eighth av opp ]{onnd House;. 

Owens, Kdward, propr Eagle Boiler Works, Eighth av, res n s Second 
av 2 w Third st. 



Paddock, A II, attorney at law, V O Building, res Sixth av. 

Pattoii, Alexander E. {Ennis & Fatton), res Nurseries w of Lyons. 

Patterson, J A, asst engineer Clinton Bridge Co, res Fourth av bet 

Fourtli and Fifth sts. 
Paxson, W C, physician, G Bank Block, bds Iowa Central. 
Pearce, Daniel, trustee of township, res North Clinton. 
Peck, W B, real estate, 1206 Fifth av, res 215 Fourth av. 

Youths' and Boy's Clothing, A. Stauber's, Clinton, la. 



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I Dr. E. R. Mullett, Dentist, Office 214, 5th Av., Clinton. 



CLINTON CITY DIUKCTOUV. 171 



Peck & Flauaj,'aii, (W P, &J M F) ciiriiuge and wagon builders and 

genenl jobbers, Fifth av Clinton House Block. 
Peck, Wallace, (Peck & Flanagan) res Second st cor Second av. 
i Peck, C O., whl and ret dealer iu first-class pianos and organs, 21G 

Fiftli av, res Fifth av s e cor Fifth st. 
Peck, Airs C O, dealer in millinery goods, 216 Fifth av. 
Peterson, C, dealer iu genl mdse, w s Second st bet Second and Third 

avs, res same. 

', Peterson, Thomas, grocer and provision dealer, 110 Second st. 
Pfeil, C, grocer, Fourth av cor Second st. 
Pleiller, F. G., (F G Pfeiffer c*c Co) res n s Second av bet Fifth and 

Sixth sts. 
Pfeillcr, C. P., (F G Pfeifler & Co) res n s Second av bet Fifth and 

Sixth sts. 
Pierson S:, Uaradou, (J T P, L P II) inanufrs and whl and ret deal- 
ers in sasii, doors, bliinls and mouldings, scroll sawing, etc, Elm st 

bet First and Second st. 

Buy Med'cines, Lamps, Etc., at D. B. Snyder's, Lyons, Iowa. 

Pfeifl'er, F. G. & Co., (F (M^ C P P) publishers of the lowaVolks 

Zeitung, Toll Block. 
Pier.sou & Kinney, (J T P and 11 K) dry goods and clothing 1004 

Fourth St. 
Pierson, J. T., (Pierson & Ilaradon) mayor of city, res n w cor Fourth 

st and Eighth av. 
Piper, Otto, boot and shoe maker, lOS Second st, res Third av bet First 

and Second st. 
Pippinjf, Charles, propr City Meat ISIarket, s e cor Sixth av and Sec- 
ond st, res same. 
Pollard, John, (Hall & Pollard) res Fourteenth av bet Fourth and Fifth 

streets. 
Potter, Mrs D S, Transit House, cor Eighth av and Second st. 
Potter, Franklin, associate editor Clinton Herald, bds Third st cor 

Fifth av. 
Potter, Waldo M., editor and propr Clinton Daily and ^Veekly Herald, 

office w s Second bet Fourth and Fifth avs, res Third st cor Fifth av. 



Hardv/ars, Carstensen k Allen, 74 Main Street, Lyons* 



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I7l2 CLINTON CITY DIHKCITOUY. 



Powers* M. J., ics Sixth av bet Second aiul Tliinl streets. 
Powell, James, propr Marshall Jloiise, Second st cur Eleventh av. 
Price, Iviehard, brick mnl'r and city alderman, Fifth st cor First 

avenue. 
Turcell, M E, connty sherifl:, res s s Sixth av bet Second and Third sts. 
Pulford. C ]), whl and ret inanufr and dealer in tobaccos and line cigars, 

21U Seventh av, res n s Fourth av bet First and Second sts. 
Puri)lc, C. !>., chief elk C &N AV R K master mechanic's office. 

Rafferty, l\lrs Ellen, dressmaker, Tliird st bet Fleventii and Twelfth avs. 
llaimhchl, Sir. A: Mrs. U., idiotci^'i-aphers, Second st. n e cor Filth 

av, res n s Seventh av bet Second and Tijird sts. 
llaworth, Samuel, n/( reliant tailoi-, 42 Sixth av, res same. 
Kay, lltil, i)roi)r billiard liall and saloon 710 Second st, res same. 
llayiiKHK!, (J. 8., watches and jewelry, p o bldy, Fifth av, res s s 

Fourth av bet Fourth and Fifth sts. 



P. S. Tow/ 8 buys for cash and sc/i's cheap, Ch'nton, Iowa. 

Kceil, ,1. If., proiu- Reed's Photooraph (iallery, l>10 i'ifth av, res Ful- 
ton, 111, 
■Rcderer, Josrpli, mason contractor, Foiu-th st cor Elm, 
Kevere House, W U Moulton, J (i Cornu(!,])ro[)rs, Second st cor Fourth. 
Richardson, John, l)arbGr, 1010 Fourth st. 
llieliar<ls<»ii, Tlumias, sec Union ]5nildin^f Association and iiropr 

fashionable shavin<,' and hairtlressin;,^ emporium, 1010 Fouith st, 

res Sixth st s w cur Sixth av. 
Riclcetts, 15. A., dentist, ollice in Youn^,''s Ploclc, 20S Fifth av. 
Richardson, Mis D \V, millinery and tlressmaking, Tenth av iir cor 

I'ourth st. 
llider, !). L., ins agt, lOOy F'ourth st, res n s Sixth av bet Fifth and 

Sixth sts. 
Kics, J.ewisL, (Hies & Godskesen), bds s s Seventh av bet Fifth and 

Sixth sis. 
Kies & (iodskesen, (L Jj R, S G) whl and ret dealei-s in fancy ^aocer- 

ies, Tji'O Second st. 

Merchant Tailoring at A. Stauber's, 2d Street^ Clinton. 



Dr. E. R. Mullett, Dentist, Office 214 5tli Av., Clinton. 



CLINTON CITY DIUKC'TOUY. 173 

Riley, John, principal C'liiiton Cuinmerciiil College Fiflh uv, res Third st 
cor Third av, 

Rineluunmer, R,propr St Charles Hotel, res Fourth st cor Thirteentli av. 

Iliter, Cai»t., propr Pennsylvaiua House, Second st bet Elm and 
First av. 

Robertson, W. D. ln-oi)r Compressed Steam Dye Works, n s Fifih av 
bet Second and Third sts. 

Robbins, W R, grocer, Fourth st bet Twelfth and Thirteenth avs. 

Roberts, ^V E, bkkpr Clinton Herald, res e s Ninth st n Park Lyons. 

Rose & Dewey, (E H U, S 1>) saloon and billiard parlor, 511 Second 
street. 

Rose, E II, (Rose & Dewey) res 511 Second st. 

Kuiublo, Goorj;e, cariienlrr and jobber, lliyd Fll'tli av, res 51G Sev- 
enth av. 

Humble, Fred, sign and fresco painter, 233 Fifth av, res RingwoocE 

Kiimery, J. L., (Anguish & Runiery) res n e cor Sixtii av and Sec- 
ond street. 



Buy Paints, Oils, &c , at D. B. Snyder's, Lyons, Iowa. . 

s. 

Saltz & Witziguian, soap and grease inanufrs, Riverside. 

Sameo, Louis, gen iu)tions, Fourtli st bet Thirteenth and Fourteenth ava. 

Sanborn, AV W, architect, po bldg, res Fourth st bet VVasliington and 

and Fraidvlin sts, Lyons. 
Santee, VahMitine, tp trustee, res n s Sixth av bet Third and Fourth sts. 
Saiitee, A. J. bookseller and stationer, n w cor Second st and Fifth 

av, res s s Sixth av bet Fourth and Fifth sts. 
Schumacher, Fred, saloon, KiO Second st " ■■ 

Schniitz, J H (Schmitz Ihos), res 12!) Fifth av. 
Schmitz, F L (Schniitz Eros), res n s Third av w of Fourth st. 
Schmitz Eros (P L & J 11), hor.se collar makers, 12'J Fifth av. 
Seott II. Cliiy, wholesale and ret dealer in crockery, glassware, lamps, 

cutlery, &c., 206 Fiitii av, res 158 Seventh av. 
Seaman J5ros Sc Co. (L S, E S & S J Herman), dealers in staple and fancy 

dry goods and clothing, o and 4 Toll Elock. 

EUCALYPTUS V/ill Cure Lung Compiaint. 



R. 2. Rathfcun^ Dsntist^ Lyons^ Iowa. 



174 CLINTON Ol'l'Y DlKKCTOItV. 



iSe.'iman, E (Seaman ]>ro.s I't C<>), res n s Sixth av bt'l Third and Fourth sts. 

Seaman, L (Seaman Bros <fc Co), bds Revere House. 

Seaman, S C. grocer, Fourth st cor Tetilii uv, res same. 

Seavey, F A, agt Keokuk >;orlheni Line Packet Co., GUi Front bet Sixtli 

and Seventh avs, bils Revere lioiise. 
Soever, l.ouis, barber shop, 510 Second st, res ss Fourth av bet Fifth and 

Sixth sts. 
Seymour, C II (homoeopathic pliysician), Second st cor Seventh av. 
Sliiittiick, C IC, i)res Clinton Chair Comiiany, res Fifth av s w cor 

Fourth St. 
Sheehy, J F, pliysician, 212 Fifth av, res same. 
Sherman, J L, proi»r restaurant and wJiI and ret confectioner, 512 Second 

st, res same. 
Slieward, Win II, foreman Clinton Herald, res Second av ne cor First st. 
Shields, Win M, dealer in stai»h^ and fancy dry goods, 1000 Fourth st, res 

Seventh av bet Fifth and Sixth sts. 
Shoecraft, S (Smith & Slioecraft;, res Fifth av bet Fifth and Sixth sts. 



Best Line of Dress Goods at P. S. Towle's, Clinton, Iowa. 

Siddlc, A., secy Clinton Taper Company, res Fourth av bet Second and 

Third sts. 
Sidclell, Itobcrt, grain, flour and feed and grass seeds, Levee foot 

Fifth av, res s s Third av bet Second ami Third sts. 
Smith, A. F. (Central Yeast Cake Co.), res Fifth av cor Third st. 
Smith, A G (Stone & Smith), res 413 Fifth av. 
Smith, A II (McCormick & Smith), res w s Third st s Fifth av. 
Smith, Charles A, (Flint & Smith), res s s Fif tli av bet Fifth and Sixth stfl. 
Smith, C JSI (Smith & Coe), res s s Fourth av cor Sixth st. 
Smith, George C, treas Clinton Taper Co., res Eleventh av w Sixtii. 
Smith, II C, (Smith & Taylor) res 812 Fourth st. 
SiTiitli, Milo, (Smith & Shoecraft) res Fourth av, \v of Second st. 
Smith, W, propr Northwestern Marble Works, cor Second stand Second 

av, res same. 
Smith & Coe, (C M S & J W C) livery stable, Fourth av nr First st. 
Smitli & Shoecraft (Milo S & S S) dealers in coal, cement, &c. Opera 

House Block. 

Geo. G, Bauder^ Real Estate Agent^Toll Block, Clinton, la. 



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Dr. E R Mullot% Dantist, Offioe 214 5tli Av., Clinton. 



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Sniitli & Taylor, (II C S iS: S W T) ln)Ube si^'u and oniaineiiUil painters, 

shop 90.1 Fourlli st. 
Si)eiK'«'r, A. Fj., (CL-utnil Vcast Cake Co) res Seveutli av bt-t Second 

and Thii'd sts. 
Spencer, (jre(>rj»e, dealer in stoves and tinware, 22"3 Fifth av p o blk, 

res n s Sixth av bet Fitlh and Sixth sts. 
Sporniann, Ch;;rles, saloon, Second st Ijet F'ourth and Fifth av,res same. 
8taiiber, A., merchant tailor and clothier, olG Second st, res s s Tliird 

av cor Sixth st. 
Stevens, W W, atty at law and Xotary Public. ]5aidv lilock, Second st cor 

Sixth av, res l']i;^hth av bet Tliird and Fonrth sts. 
Stone. A L, (Stone & Smith) res IMn^'wood. 
Stone & Smith, (A L S Sc A G S,) bankers, 209 Fifth av. 
Strayer, Thomas, confectionery, Fourth st bet Thirteenth and I'our- 

teenth aves. 
Striivc, Frcderielv, (Janssen & Struve) res Second st bet Third and 

Fourth avs. 

Buy Paints, OilSj &c , at D. B, Snyder's. Lyons, Iowa, 



Stuart, J jr, bkkpr Clinton National IJank, res Bank Block. 
Sutherland, 11 B, watches and jewelry, 213 F'ifth av res Fourth av bet 

Third and Fourth sts. 
Sutherland, James, nier(^hant tailor, !)i22 Fourth st, res Camanche av. 
Sutherland, Jiirs F II, millintry, UJii Fourth st, res Camanche uv. 

Tate, I>avid. meat market, Second av bet Fourth and Fifth sts, res 

Second av bet Second and Third sts. 
Taylor, S AV, (Smith A: Taylor) res DOo Fourth st. 
Taylor, C S, watches and jewelry n e cor Second st and Fifth av, res Oak 

Bluff. 
Thayer, Edwd H., editor Clinton ylyc.and Receiver C C & W R R Co 

res Seventh av bet Fonrth and Fifth sts. 
Tlioinp.soii, A. M., miJJinery and dress-makins, 1^39 Fifth av res same. 
Thompson, Uichard, billiard parlor and sample room, s w cor Second 

st and Tenth av, res same. 



Purnishing Goods.Hats and Caps, A. Stauber's, Clinton- 



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Dr. R. S Rathbun^ Dsntist, Lyons, lov/a. 



176 CLiXTON CITY d:i;::c'1'o!{V. 



TlioiiipSMn, AVatsoii, (Moses & Thoiuiis m) res s s Fodrlli ;iv In-S Fii'tli and 

Sixth sts. 
Thurston, (Jco, barber shoj), (105 Second st. 
Tinaall, S W, propr meat market, ]4t I'll'th av, res FiViuUi av bet First 

and Second sts. 
Tilton, I) N, livery, cor Fourth st and Tliirteentli av, res cor Third and 

Tliirleenth av. 
Todd, Henry, boanling house keejjer. Fourth cor Nintli av. 
Toll, Charles II, postmaster, and (Toll Jv Williams), res Tl.ird st s w cor 

Eighth av. 
Toll, Charles II, jr, elk P. ()., s w cor Third st and Ei-hth av. 
Toll, 1>. 11., propr Livery and Doardin^^ Siaiile, n s iMtlh av bet First 

and Second sts, res n s Fit'tli av bet Fiflli and Sixlh sts. 
Toll, S. F., agent Singer Sewin^f Machine, 0:^0 Second st cor Sixtli av, 

res Seventh av bet Second au'd Tiiird sts. 
Toll & Williams (C II T & Irviu W), wlieelbarrow mnfrs. First st cor 

Eighth avenue. 



P. S. Towie sells Cloaks, Furs, and Ladies' Suits, Clinton. 



Torrcnce, If. IL, luunfr ot and dealer in Ciromels and Home-made 

Candies, ()yster.«, I'^c. 'JbS Fourlli st, lOmpire Illorlv. 
Trausit lloii.sc, Mrs E A Totter proprietress, .] 11 Lincoln manager, 

Eightli av n e cor Second ^t. 
Traver, Mrs A G, saloon, 142 F'ifth av, res same. 
Towle, P. S., dealer in Dry (ioods, ]Srt)tious, Carpets, kc, 50U Second 

st cor Fifth av, res 222 Sixth av, 
Trimble, liev James, rector St John's Church, res n s Fourth av w Tliird. 
Tuthill, George, boots and slioes, F'ourth nr Tenth av, res lOS Tliird av. 
"Union Iron Work.s, A P lloslord, proi)r: J AV Lrentliuger, manager, 

First av cor First st. 

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Vandeventer, J, sec Clinton Gas Light and Coke Co., res head Fifth av. 
Yoelpel, II, saloon, IIG Fifth av, res same. 

Van Kuran, C, bkkpr CUinton Gas Light and Coke Co., res .Seventh av 
bet Second and Tiiird sts. 



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Dr. E. Pu Mulktt, Bsntlst, OfficG 2U, 5th Av,, Clinton. 

CLINTON CITY DfltKCJlJUY. 177 



V:iu Kuian, R C, foirospoiidiiig clerk Clinton Niit IJank, res Seventh av 

bet Foiulii and Fifth sts. 
Van Vurst, lieo W, elk V. ()., res b'ixth av bet Tliird and Fourth sts. 

Wadleigh. E A, ticket and freight agt C & N W 11 R, res s s Seventh av 
bet Tiiiid and FouVth sis. 

Wagner A A, county auditor, IkIs Oerliard TIouso. 

WaJls, (Jhiirk's, general uid/.o,cor Lii'erty iiiid Harrison, Soutli Clinton. 

Walker *c I'vlocre, jiropr ^Jew Clinton iiaundry, 115 FifLli av. 

Walker, Matt, ice dealer. Front st bet Sixth, and Seventh a\s. 

■Walliker, .T. \l., atty at law, 7 Toll Jiloek, res n s Eleventh av bet 
Sixth and S(3veiitli sts. 

Webb. A E, mnlV seamless socles, Sil;] Second st, res Sixth av bet Tliird 
and Fourth sL>. 

Weber, John, salimn, w s Si'cond si bet Sixth and Seventh avs, res Sev- 
enth a^ cor Thiiii st. 



Buy Medicines, Lamps, Etc, at 0. B. Snyder's, Lyons, Iowa. 

Webster, W E, saloon, (107 Second st bet Sixth and Seventh avs. 

"Weil IJroSo, (M Iv Weil and iv Kahn) clothiers and merchant tailors, 
Seventh av,corSt'Cond st. 

Weil, M. K., (Weil ihos), res s s Eiglith av bet Third and Fourth sts. 

Weston, J. (%, cas'iiv'i- Clinton >f:itional !;,ink, asst ti'eas Clinton Sav- 
ings Eank, treas (Iliiiton Gas Eiglifand Coke Co and Water Wks, re, 
614 Tenth av bet Filth and Sixth sts. 

AVestcru Union Telej^raph Olliee, 15en C Wilkins, manager, Fifth 
av over Sb)ne iv; Smith's I5ank. 

West, Ves, (\\'est Hros), les >.Ennesota. 

AVest, M. IZ., res lUlG Fom-th st. 

WestBr»s.,(M li \\\ \^s W), proprs V/estside News Depot, lOUi 4th st. 

We.'<sels «Ji: Ss?a!i!i, (Jolui AV, Jerry S), boots and shoes, Fourth st bet 
Nintli and Tenth i'.\'s. 

Westover, O. A., \>\\i\n- Waverly House, n s Tenth a,v w of Second st 
res same. 

Wetniore, A, physician, n s Eighth av w Fourth st. 



Mercfiant Tailoring at A. STAUBER'S, Second St., Clinton, 

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Cr. R. S. Rathbun^ Dsntist. Lyons, Iowa. 



178 CLINTON CITY DIRECTOliV. 

White, O I) W, ins ugt, res 200 Fifth uv. 

White, ]\[aitin, aldeiinan and yard boss W J Voung & Co, ros s s Four- 
teenth av bet Fourth and Fifth sts. 

AVliitehoiise ^ Alden, (II R W, C F A), dry goods, carpets, etc, 214 
Fifth av. 

Whitchouse, II. 11., (WhiteLonse & Alden), res Eightli av n e cor 
Tliird St. 

Wilkiiis, licii. C, manager W U Telegraph Olliee, res 3 s Sixth av 
w of Fourth st. 

Williams, II, pres Iowa Land Co, bds Iowa Central. 

Wilcox, W P, real estate, p o bldg Fiftli av, res Sixth av cor Fourth .st. 

Williams, Irvin, (Toll & Williams), bds Revere House. 

Wilkiiis, J., sole propr and mamifr of Wilkin's Double Extract Eucal- 
yptus, 212 Seventh av bet Second and Third sts, res s s Sixth uv 
rear Catholic Church. 

Winegardj- A, cari)enter and builder, First av bet Third and Fourth sts, 
res same. 



Buy Dry Goods of P. S. TOWLE, Clinton, and save Money. 

Wolf Gust, saloon, cor Second st and Elm st. 

Woods, Charles C, yard foreman Riverside Saw Mills, res Riverside. 

Yeomans, Mrs C, pliysician, 40G Sixth av. 

Young, C M, (Young it Armstrong), res s s Fourth av bet Second and 

Third sts. 
Yomig-, Gcorffc B., atty at law, po bldg Fifth av, res 2-54 Eleventh av. 
Young, John B, gen foreman and shipping elk, W J Young ct Co's yards^ 

res s s Ninth av bet Fifth and Sixth sts. 
Young, J C, real estate, Second st cor Fifth av, res Fifth av s e cor 4tl» st. 
Young, J II, j)ictures and picture frames, books and stationery, 922 Fourth 

st, res .S05 Fourih av. 
Young, J N, (Ilildreth, Young & Co), res Camanche av. 
Young, W J & Co, lumber dealers, e s Second st s Tenth av. 
Young & Armstrong, (C M Y, C E A), dealers in stoves, cutlery, tinware, 

Fifth av cor Second st. 
Young, W J, (W J Young & Co), res s s Seventh av w Tliird st. 
Zweigart, Henry, butcher, 94 Second st, res same. 

Youths' aud Boy's Clothing, A. Stauber's, Clinton, la. 



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MISCELLANEOUS DEPARTMENT. 



, CITY GOVERNMENT. 

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TI10MA8 C. 1K\NNAIIKU. -' 

City Clerk, 
J. C. IIOL^XINS. 
ThxasuVHr—B. II. A. nciinlugrj^u. Attorney-- jV. J. Lcflingwell, 

Marshal — llobert IIt»;,flc. titrei^l C<nimdsiiloner—i2VAWA Nagle. 

Asticsnor — Thomas lviii;^ton. tSurveyur—Alhni tShick. 

Jasilccb of ike I'tare — 15. II. A. lleiiniugBcu and L. M. Dick. 

CITY COUXCIL : 
Firnt Ward. Fourth Ward. 

JAMKS IIADJ.OW. G, AV. BRAYTOX. 

C. 1). CUNNIN(J1IAM. JOIIK IIEllSAAI. 

Second Waul. Fifth Ward. 

JOHN lUi.\UN. IIOBART BAKEU. 

.. ADAM 8CI1NEIDEU. ' 8. VAN DOUAN. 

Third Ward. Sixth Ward. 

I). II. SCJOTT. M. II. WK8TJ3RC)UK. 

D. J. BATCH ELDER. T. R. REER8. 

^ EIRE DEPARTMENT 

Chief, J. C. Ileidey ; First Aa^'istaiit, L. L. 8tahle ; Second Assistant, 
"Wm. Dulling. 

Ocean Hose Co. No. 1.— M. W. Barry, Foreman ; B. Dmling, First 
Asta.itaut. 



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Star Hose Co. No. 2.— W. K. Boaidman, Foreman ; W. Allen, First 
Assistant; Ed Sayles, Second Assistant. 

Northern J.ight No. 3.— Beu Chuk, Foreman ; Clint Stafford, First 
Assistant. 

CHURCH DIRFXTORY. 

First IJai'Tist.— S e eor Fifth and WasliiiiK'ton. No [la.stor. 

Gkuman Catholic— W s Fourth, n Pearl. Services 8 and 10 A. M., 
3 V. M. Sunday-school 2 P. M. 

Saint Ikenj:us (Catholic).— E s Sixtli, n Fifth av. Services Sand 
10:30 A. M ; vesjiers ."> i'. M. Sunday-school 2 r. M. Father Dunn, pastor. 

First Conoukgational.— S w cor Main and Sixth. Services 10:30 
A. M. and 7:30 i*. M. Sunday-school 12 M. Rev. Sidney Crawford, pastor. 

Grace Church (Episcopal).— N \v cor Sixth and Franklin. Services 
10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. M. Sunday-school 12 Ai. Rev. W. T. Currie, pastor. 

Gkumax Luijh?:uan.— VV s Prospect, s Main. Services 10 a. m. and 
2:30 p. M. Rev. Clans Seuel, i)astor. 

Mkthodist Episcopal.— W s Sixth, s Washinj^ton. Services 10:30 
A. M., 7:10 p. :m. Snnday-school 12 m. Rev. John JJownuin, pastor. 

Pueshyteuian.— Cor Seventh and Exchange. Services 10:;!0 A. m., 
7:30 P.M. Sunday-sr-hool 13 m. Rev. Euijene R. Mills, pastor. 

SCHOOL DEPARTMKiNT. 

ROARD OK Directors:— F. G. AVetherell, President; J. AV. McPher- 
son, Secretary ; William Holmes, Treasurer. 
W. W. Wylie, Superintendent. 

PlJIiLIC SCHOOOLS. 

North Pnblic School— N s Seventh av e Ninth ; Miss L. T. Smtu- 
bangh, Principal. 

Central Public School— S w cor Ninth and Pearl; W. W. Wylie, 
Principal. 

South Puliiie School— N w cor Eiglith ami Mansion; Miss Mary Boice, 
Principal. 

MISCELLANE(JUS SCHOOLS. 

Lutheran School— W s I'rospect s Main ; Rev. Claus f^euel, Principal. 

German Catholic School— S w cor Eighth and Pearl. 

Seniinary of our Lady of Angels— E s Prospect s Washington, con- 
ducted by the Sisters of Charily of the B. V. M. 

Riverside Institute— S w cor Franklin and Fourth sts, Rev. W. T. 
Currie, A. M., Principal. 



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BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS. 

MASONIC. 
LYf^NS LODOK NO. 93. 

Offickus:— A. D. rainier, W. M. ; 11. S. Kathbiin, S. W.; Joseph 
Hosliul, J. ^\'.\ Juliu I'otts, Treas. ; I.. P. Adaius, Sec'y. 

OIUKNTAL ClIArTlOU NO. 39. 

Offickus :— J. II. Potts, 11. P.; A. 1). Paliuer, King; Joseph llo- 
shal, Scribe ; W. M. 13eutley, Treas ; C. W. Warner, Sec'y. 

IOWA OltAND LODGE OF I'KilFKUTlON. 

Offickus:— A. 11. Cotton, T. P. M.; C. W. Warner, S. W. ; E. A. 
Wadleigh, J. W. ; J. II. Potts, Treas. ; (i. W. Ashton, Sec'y. 

DKLI'IIIC CIIAl'lKU liOrtE CliOIX. 

Officers:— W. W. Sanborn, M. \V. ; F. Born, S. W. ; M. II. West- 
brook, J. ^\^; J. II. Potts, Treas; G. W. Ashton, Sec'y. 

nUOlI DK PAYNES COUNCIL KNIGU'rS KADOCH. 

Officeus:-vE.S. liait,AV. M; C. W. W^arner, S. W . ; II. F. Bow- 
ers, J . W. ; J. II. Potts, Treas. ; G. W. Ashton, Sec'y. 

1)10 SIOLAY CONSISTORY, A. A. .S. U. 

Officers :— B. K. Sliennan, C. C. ; C. W. Warner, S. E.N. ; A. 11. 
Cotton, Preceptor ; J. II. Potts, Treas. ; (i. \V. Ashton, Sec'y. 

ODD FELLOWS. 
Odd Fellows Hall n sMain e Fourth. 

LYONS LODGE NO. Gl. 

Officers :— G. W. Brayton, N. G. ; G. II. Doe, V. G. ; J. C. Hoot, 
Sec'y ; Win. Ilodgkins, P. S. ; J. J. Mathews, Treas. 
Meet in Hall, Mam st., every Thursday evening, 

LYONS ENCAMl'-AIENT NO. 2(i. 

Meets second and fourth Mondays in each month. 
Officers :— C. Ilogeiidobler, C. P. ; M. Lon^ani, Scribe. 

KEBECCA LODGE NO. 25. 

Meets last Friday in each month. 

MISCELLANEOUS SOCIETIES AND CORPOR- 
ATIONS. 

YOUNG MKN's ASS0CL\TI0N. 

Library rooms 79 Main st. AVas established in 18G0, have 2,000 vol- 
umes. Open NVednesday and Saturday of each week. 

Officers:— G. F. Wetherell, Pres ; M. II. Westbrook, Vice Pres; 
E. li Sayles, Sec'y ; J. C. Root, Treas. 



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GERMAN TIIEA'IRICAL AND LIIJRAKV ASSOCIATION. 
Meets at the Odeon . 

Okkiceks:— C. Moeszin'/ev, Pies ; John Denker, Sec'y. 
C.KRMAN WORKINGMKN's ASSOCIATION. 
Meets first Moiuhvy in each nioiilh in lioihiiaifs JIall. 
Okfickus :— Peter Naeve, Pres ; Frank Loliberg, Sec'y. 

LYONS SCIIUTZEN VEREIN. 
Meets at RodinaiTs lltill. 
(Jffiueus : — John V. Hardin;^, Pres; Jolni TIayungs, Sec'y. 

A. O. II. SOClE'l'V. 
Meets every Thursday eveninjf at Murpliy's Tlall. 
Offickus:— T. C. Ilannalier, S. I).; P. II. Tierney, Pres.; John 
Blessington, Sec'y ; Pat'k Jordan, Treas. 

A. O. U. W. 

KUREKA LODGE NO. 6. 

Me&ts at Odd Fellows Hall every Wednesday evening. 

Officers :— A. J. Leflirgwell, M. \V. ; Pradley Durlin, G. F. ; C. B. 
Clark, O.; M. II. Westbrook, Recorder; W. W. Biiell, F. , J. A. Nat- 
inger, lleceiver; F. M. Daly, (I. ; L. (i. Blain, I. W . \ James Ilad- 
low, O. W. 

KNIGHTS OF HONOR. 

J. A. McArthur, Past Dictator; Obed Blood, I).; Wm. Dolan, Vice D.; 
W. F. Luce, A. I).; Ihd Gage, Treas.; T. U. Beers, lieporter ; J. W. Pol- 
ley, F. 11.; II. King, I. G.; T. Golf, O. S. 

FIRST NATIONAL HANK OF LYONS. 
Officers :—Jas. P. Gage, Pres;0. McMahon, Vice Pres. ; Wni. 
Holmes, Cashier. 

Capital $100,000 ; surplus $.50,000 ; s w cor Main and Third sts. 

LYONS WATER WORKS CO. 
Officers :— II. Gates, Snpt; J. P. (Jage, Pres , J. II. Barnum, Vice 
Pres. ; J. C. Hoot, See'y. Olllce 73 Main st. 

citizens' as.sociation. 
Organized for the promotion of the manufacturing, mercantile, and 
general business interests of tlie city. 

Officers :—C. Moeszinger, I'res. ; J. C. Hoot, Sec'y. 

CLINTON AND LYONS HORSE R. R. CO. 
Officers :— D'. Joyce, Pres. ; R. N. Rand, Vice Pres. ; L. T. .Sloan, 
Treasurer. 



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WARD BOUNDARIES. 

First Ward is bounded w and s by corporatioii line, n by Exchange, 
i»e by Sixth. 

8<!eond Ward h boandod e by ctn-poration line, \v by Sixtli, n by 
Pearl, s by Kxeiianf^e. 

Tliird Ward is boaiub'd u and e by c>>rporation line, s by Pearl, w by 
Sixth. 

Fourth Ward is bounded n and why corporation line, s by Pearl, e 
by Sixth. 

Fiftli ward is botunled n by Pearl, s by Exchange, e by Sixth, w by 
corporation line. 

Sixth AVard is bounded on e and s by corporation line, u by Exchange,, 
\v by Sixth. 

PUBLIC BUILDINGS, HALLS 8i BLOCKS. 

Masonic Teinjde, s \v cor .Main and Tlii:\l Sis. 
"Udeon Ilall, n w cor Fouitli and Pearl. 
IMurphy's Hall, e s Sixtli, s Main. 
Rodman's Hall, n s iMain, w Seventh. 
Ilannalier's IJiocic, s w cor ^laiu and Fourth s-'tH. 
J5ald\vin's Bk)ck, se cor J'ublic S(iua]e. 
■Gage's Ploeiv, n 8 Main, w Fourtli. 
Wright's Block, n s ^lain, wThird- 
I'ost Ollice, s s Main, e Thirtl. 
■Dity Hall, e s Fourth, s ^laiu. 

STREET DIRECTORY. 

Chicago Street extends from river w to city limits, third n of sonth city 

limits. 
Clinton Street extends n from Wa.shington to Main, sixth e of west city 

limits. 
Commercial Street extends from river to city limits, fifth n of Jackson. 
Dieroe Street extends nfrom Tiiirteenth Avenue w to Ninth Street, lirst 

s of city limits. 
Divisioii Street extends n from AVasiiiiigton to Main,, fifth e of west city 

limits, .t.f 
Fast Street extends from Washington n to ]Mai)i, tenth e of west city 

limits. 
Fighth Street extends from n to south city limits, eightli w from river. 
Fighth avi'iuio extends ;'voni tiie river w to Eighth, slxtli n of Main. 
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Eleventh avenue extends from Third w to Kighth Street, ninlh north of 'i' 
Main, |l 

"Eleventh Street extends from Cliic:igo n to AVasliington, fifteenth from | 

the river. M^ 

Exchange Street extends from river w to city limits, fu'st sontii of Main. :f 
Fifth Avenue extends river w to Ninth Street, tliird n of .Main f 

Fifth Street extends from n to south city limits, fifth street from river. 1 
Fifteenth Street extends from Mansion u to Washington, tifteenth from 4 

the river. j^- 

Fountain Street extends from Wasliington n to IVarl. third e of west i 

city limits. ;| 

Fourth Street extends from Mansion n to city limits, fourth street ^ 

from river. : 

Fourth avenue extends from river w to Tenth Street, second n ot .Main. S 
Fourteenth Street extends from Chicago n to Washington Street, four- | 

teenth from river. % 

Franklin Stl-eet extends from river w to AVashington, seventh a of 

Jackson.. 
High Street extends from Washington n to Main, first e of city limits. 
Illinois Street extends from Wasliington n to Pearl, second eof west city 

limits. , 

Iowa Street extends from 'Washington u to Pearl, second e of west city 

limits. ' 

Jackson Street extends from the river w to Ninth, first n of south city 

limits. 
Main Street extends from river w to city limits, first n of Washington. 
Mansion Street extends from river \v to city limits, third n of Jackson. 
Miami Street extends from Washington n to Main, seventh e of west city 

limits. 
Ninth Avenue extends from river w to n, seventh n of Main. 
Ninth Street extends from n to south city limits, ninth from tlie river. 
Old Main Street extends from East Street to wcity limits, first s of Main. 
Ottawa Street extends n from Washington to Pearl, fourth e of w city 

limits. 
Park Street extends from river w to city limits, fourtli n of Jackson. 
Pearl Street extends from river w to city limits, first n of Main. 
Prospect street extends from AVashington n to Main, eighth street e of 

west city limits. 
Rail Road Avenue extends from Fourth Street w to city limits, eighth n 

of ]\Iain . 
Randall Street extends from Park n to Commercial, first e of Fourteenth, 



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Hardware, Iron xSc Steel, 

STOVES. AND Tl N W ARE'; 

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LYONS, - - IOWA. 



S. W. TAYLOR, 

Hoiise; Sign, Ornamental^ 

AND ATvL Kr^DS OF 

DECORATIVE WORK. - 

,G raining, Glaziiig.^and. Paper Hanging. 

Shop 905 Foiartli Street,, 

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-STiJ^Every machine fully warranted. Mucliines sold on easy monthly piiynuntn. 
Lihiml diacoiint. for cash. Old machines taken In exchange, Attaohineni«, pails, 
neetlU^g, (yl.'caetorg, etc., for all machines at lowest piico8 (whoiCHale and retail.) tjew- 
iut; niachines repaired on short notice. 
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Randolph Street extends from Third Street \v to Washington, sixtli n of 

Jaekson 
Second Slrectextends from Commercial n to Fourth Avenue, second from 

river. 
Seventh Street extends from n to s city limits, seventh street w from 

river. 
Seventli Avenue extends from river \v to ]!]iy:hth Street, lifth n of Main. 
Sixth Avenue exteiuls from river v/ to Ei^hlli Street, fourth n tif ^lain. 
Sixth street extends fi\)iu u to s city limits, sixth street f'.'om the river. 
Sixteenth Slrert ext(-uds from Commerci.il to Wasliiugtou, hrsL street o 

of w eity linn!s 
Si)enee Street extends from Tark n to Commerciid, first w of Twelftli. 
SpriuiT Street extends from ^Vashington n to JNIain, ninth e of city limits. 
Tentli Street extends from n city liiuilss to Chicago, tenth w from river. 
Tliirtl street extends f;'om I'ark Street n to city limits, third str<;et from 

river. 
Thirteenth Avenue extends from Tiurd Street n w to city limits. 
TiiirteentJi Street extends from Chicay'o n to AV'asliington, thirteenth 

street w fiom river. 
Twelfth Avenue extends from Fifth Street w to Xinth, tenth north 

of Maui. 
Twelfth Street extends from Chicajjo u to ^Vashiiigton, twelfth from the 

river. 
AVashington Street extends from tlie river w to city limits, second s of 

Main. 
Water Street extends along the river from Ilandolph Street n to Fourth 

Avenue. 



J. H. V/ALLIKER. 



ATTORNEY AT LAW, 



(DEUTSCHER ADVOKAT.) 



OlHcc, Koom No. 7 Toll Block, coi% 5th Ave. and 2iul Sitrcet, 



CLINTON; 



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LYONS CITY'. 



inST0RY-l'K0C;KE.SS-CIKTilCIIES--S(!ir{)0I.8 — I'Oi'LU.ATION 
EDITORIxVL REyiE\V. 



About forty-one yeiira nj^o tlie last inli:iLitiuit iiiiule Jjyoii:5 his liome. 
That lirsr white irih;il)it;i]it was l']Hjah IJiicli, who hi now a n\si>('ct(.'d citi-- 
Zen of t!ie place. lie chose tiie site of J.yons ior I'ts Iieautiful location, 
liaving no idea at the time that a city would be built tiiere within so- 
short a time. 

Settlements were made at Fulton, across the river, about the" sam© 
time, or soon after, which relieved the i)lace of that utter isolation tliat 
chai-acterized many of the earlier s(;ttleHU'nts on the UpiJcr' Mississippi, 
yet the i)lace was lonely enou^di to satisfy the boldest pioneer' spirit. The- 
wildness of uncultivated nature i)revajled eve>7wli('ve, and was almost 
oppressive to the earlier settlers. Tliere wre no farms, no cultivated 
fields, no fences, no barns, no herds of stock, nothing that pointed to tJie 
visitations of the white man. 

The geoprai)liical situati(ni of Eyons is most fortunate, and from its 
earliest s<-ttlement this important matter has drawn a large and increas- 
ing grain and stock trade. It is near tlie center of the eastern boundary 
of the county at the nearest approach of tlie State ((/Chicago, the great 
central grain pyint of the country. Its location p'^a.ces it in the hiiest 
country in the wliole State, giving it a line trade fron: its earliest infancy. 
It was the fortunate location of Lyons, coupled with the enterplise of its- 
citizens, that built up the town so rai)idly in an early day. 

AVhen Mr. JJuell came to thia place lov/a had no existence; indeed, 
tlie title to the country included in the county of Clinton was yet in the 
hands of the Indians, and the land could not be purcliased either from 
them or tlie Government. However, claims were made to the Uinds by 
the eaJlier settlers, and, by a sort of club law, was held until the land 



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Oflice was open, aiul the claiiuaiits c<»iild ol;tain a patent tor the same 
of the (iovt'iiiiiuMit. 

In the fall of ISoo, the year ]\!r. IJuell came to J.yons, George W. Ilaf 
Ian arrived. By this time JNIr. Huell had made some improvements about 
his i)lace, relieviiif; the location of thai wildness of nature that was so 
oppressive when he arrived. Mr. Harlan joined with Mr. 15uell at once 
to attract others, and made quite an appearance of civilization of the site. 
The two families remained the only inhabitants of what is now Lyons 
until the si)ringof 18.S7. ^Jeantime settlements were made in other part* 
of the county. J. I). Bourne came to the county in IS3G, as did Joseph 
]5artlett, the first settler on the location of C:iinton. Mv. William Ilogan^ 
with many others, landed ut Lyons during the year 1S38. Some of them 
left for other parts of the county, and some went back to their native 
State. 

In April, VJM, Mr. Jiuell, in coniie(,'tion with Mr. Harlan, Dennis 
AVarren, C'hockley A. Iloag, and Sewell Foster, laid off a plat in town 
lots, and nameA the place Lvon.s, in hojiorof the city of that name in 
France. The land uimii wliieh the tow n was laid olf was entered, and a 
patent re eived from the (iovcnnnent in 1840, at which lime some addi- 
tional laud adjoining the original plat was added to it. 

The town grew but slowly until isoo, at whi.h time it had become a 
Very pretty little village. However, about this time a rapid growth com- 
menced, which at that time was unparalleled in tlie history of Iowa 
towns, and only excelled at a later date by the r.ipid building up of the 
city of Clinton. 

From a village of but a f 'W hundred iidiabilants in 18")4, it grew to a 
City of thi'ee lliousand iidiabilants in lUlH. Tliis was caused, very likely, 
by the railroad excitement resulting from the location of tiie Dixon Air 
Line road running from Fulton, across the river, to Chicago. It was ex- 
pected then that a bridge would be built across the river at this point, as 
a company had been chartered for that i»uri)os(;, and that a railroad would 
run west from Lyons to the Missouri river at Council IMuffs. 

The reason to be assigned for the failure of these last projects, was the 
fact that many of the jx'ople of Lyons had not awakened to the benefits 
to be conferred by the location of llie laidge and railroad at this point, 
and persistently refused to donate the right of way through the city, or 
sell the ground at reasonable prices ; in fact, they drove these enterprises 
from their city, and the bridge and railroad were located at Clinton, 
whicli,was then but a little iiisignillcant village compared with Lyons. 
■ The population of Lyons is now nearly live thousand, and it is con- 
stantly increasing. The Anierican population is almost entirely from 



190 LYONS CI'l'Y DIKICCTOUY. 



the New Engliiml States, tlioui^r), tticro. ave many from Ohio aiul some of 
the Western States. There are many (k-rmans in tiie eity, an well as 
many from otiier foreiii:n conntries. The (Jernians luive become our 
most substantial citizens, and are a hard working, honest people. 

Lyons remained but a town in mime until April L';;, I800, when a char- 
ter was obtained, and the place put oil' its swaddling;- clothes and elected 
a Mayor and Conncilmen. C. II. Toll, now ot Clinlon, liist performed 
the functions of JNIayor, and the Councilmen were benjamin Lake, J. J. 
Mathews. Charh^s Mct^ay, Thomas Cicw, Michael Daly and Samuel P. 
Cox. Arthur Miller was Treasurer, I). W. Ellis, Kecorder, James 11. 
Kobertson, IMarsluil, and Joseph Ward, Wliarfmastcr. This at once 
placed the seal "Succors'' upon the enterprise commenced so long ago, 
and every man, woman and child in the young city rejoicetl that the 
proud day in the town's annals had lireu reached. This was about the 
time the railroad excitement had reached its highest pitcli, and when the 
growth of the town conunenced in earnest. 

The churches of Lyons is a matter that lias received considerable atten- 
tion, and h;is made the place noted for its morality ami religious senti- 
ment. The churches of a town ar(^ a sure index to the s|)irit of its citi- 
zens, and their libemlity in this m.ater is commendable in tlie extreme. 
The churches of Lyons conii)rise the Methodist l':piscopaI, Congrega- 
tional, Grace Church ( Kiiiscop:il), JiaptisL, I'resbylerian, Jaitherau and 
two Catholic, all cf them having conN'enicnt houses of worship. Among 
the number are several very hue edilices. The Irish Catholic is especially 
noticeable, it being a mammoth building constructed of dressed limestone, 
and finished off on tiie inside in a luagniliceiit manner. 

The school facilities of Lyons are as far advanced as could be expected 
in a city of its size. The i^eople who live in the city are an intelligent 
clas.s of residents and have from the very earliest days of Ihe place, kept 
the educational matters of the place in good condition. 

Nestling among a great ])rofusion of slindibery and shade trees, along 
almost any of the streets are many beautiful cottages and private resi- 
dences. In this matter Lyons is far in advance of the newer towns 
which have not had time to grow artilicial groves. However, a great 
portion of the trees and gioves in Lyons ;ire natural, and have been 
growing for ages, for the spechil purpo.'se of adorning the presentcity. 

In the manufacturing line Lyons has taken an ailvanced position and 
for the number of factories now in operation the town excels almost 
every other town on the Mississippi. 



LYONS CITY DIKECTOUY. 191 

Thut Lyons has a proiul future destiny no one at all acquainted witli 
the circinnstances can deny, whether it be as a part of the result of the 
consolidation of it with (;iinton,.or asan independent city. New factories 
will be established and new raihoads be coniideted to the city. Iler 
school and collej^iate facilities will reach yet a liigher standard and the 
mercantile trade will be greatly increasetl. 

Mrs.' B. J. liaf Tey^ 

603 Second Street, Clinton, Iowa, 

AGENT FOR BUT TEFJCK'S PATTERNS 

And their Scissors and Shears. 

Also Dealer in IlujiKin ISnir. Combiutjs rooted and made 
into Su itelies or ('urls. I Jail* JeAvelry. 

PATTERNS MAILED TO ADJOINING TOWNS. 



I'ROPKIETOR OF 

Second St., cor. Third Ave. Clinton, Iowa. 

PICTURES TAKEN IN ALL STYLES OP THE ART. 

Copying and Enlarging a Si)ecialty. Youi Custom Solicited. 



WALLAClfi TECK. J. W. FLANAGAN. 

MANUFACTUJiEUS OF 

Car rtege^j Btiggfes'j & Wagoas* 

GENERAL BLACKSMITH I NG & REPAIRING. 

Satisfaction Guaranteed. All Work Warranted. 

Pifth Av. Clinton House Block, oi>i)osite Toll Livery Stable, 
.' CLINTON, 10 WiV. 



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PR0MI2TENT ^[ANUFA(^TURERS AND DEALERS IN lA'O^s.S 

CITY. 

^Vacllois*-!!, AVf^IJos ^(z. Co. 
The principal luinlier iiKUiiifactureis of Lyons City, aiul one of tiie 
leading lirnis of the northwest, is this coini);uiy of tliorough, i)ractical, 
energetic" geiitlonien. They employ over one liundred hands in tiieir saw 
mill Jind yards, and occupy over seven acres of ground. Tlie Saw Mill is 
04x154 ft., fitted up witli two engines of ITiO horse i)o\ver. Tlieir conuno- 
dious storeroom, containing all kinds of sash, doors, blinds and mould- 
ings, with the odice, is a three story building, 50x80 ft. ; I'laidng Mill 
32x90 ft. They have uiietiualled facilities for inanul'acturing, being cap- 
able of turning out 75,000 feet of hunl^er, lli,000 lath, and 20,000 slnngles, 
per day of ten hours. ^Ir. Wadleigh, the senit)r member of liiis lirm, is a 
gentleman of high character and reputation, a man of whom Lyons City 
may well be proud, a man who is ever ready to advance any enterprize 
set on foot for the public benelit. 

The building occnpied by this institution was originally built for a 
hotel, and elegantly furnished at a cost of ?fiO,000. It is very large and 
commodious, and is located in one of tlie pleasantest p irts of the city, 
with a magniticoit view of the Mississippi river and tlie surrounding 
country. 

The course of instruction embr ices everytliing requisite in the acquire- 
ment of a refined education, parents should consult the advertisement 
of the college in this work. 

I^ii-Kt IVntioiiul I5jiibU. 

Since the time Avhen the Lombards established the lirst bank in thfc 
world, at Vienna, great changes have occurred in managing the world'a 
fniancial affairs. One of the evidences of the soundness and commercial 
Integrity of the citizens of a town, is a good banking institution, such an 



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■rone is tlie First Xritioii;)], under the inanagemeiit of tlie vice-president, 
ilr. O. ^fcMalioii, and Mr. AN'illiaiii Holmes tlie cashier, with a board of 

• directors composed of some of our oldest and most resitected citizens. 

.J. II. r»oi-t!S. 

The h\rfj;est wholesale and retail jewelry establishment in this coimty 

• is the eleg:int eniporinm of ^Mr. J. JI. Potts, on Main street. He was the 
first to open up this Itranch of business and he has gradually increased 
Ills business until now it ranks second to none in the State. His stock 
embraces a very large and i-hoice assoitmeiit of watches, clocks, jewelry, 

•ami the celebrateil Rogers JJros.uew patented XI I jdated ware on genuine 
Albata. Fine cutlery, aiul spectacles suitable for all sights of the best 
,<^uality. 

D. «. I5i\l<-1i. 

A (irst-class house is that keiit by the abi»ve gentleman in the wliole- 
:Sale and retail leather and liiidings, and boot and shoe line. AsMr. IJalcU 
only deals in those goods that belong to his particular branch of business, 
and gives his whole personal attention to it, he is thus enabled to keep H 
much better stock of superi(jr manufacture, and to sell boots and shoes ii,t 
lower prices than any coin()etitor. A call at his elegant .salesrooujs ou 
Main street will convince all of the truth of these observations. 

{^S^-iJiiujti'.v of Owi- L:i<l3' of ^Viijj-ols. 

The Seminary of Our Lady of Angels offers i)ecu!iar advantages to 
young ladies who wish to receive a solid and lelined education. JJeauti- 
fnlly situated on a high and healtliy location, in the midst of spacious 
grounds (including omi' seven acres) it affords ample faciUtjes for exer^ 
,cise and amusement, and has claims which must arrest, the attention of 
l)arents and guardians. It counnands a line view of the Misaissippi, au«l 
is within ten minute.s iid<' finm Clinton or Fulton. 

Xi^siji-l*; Ii'oii Woi'lts. 

The above works cariied on by \V. F. Rowe, have been established 

-over twenty years, they are situated on the river front south of the rail- 

•road depot. The works embrace four large and commodious buildings, 

the machine sho|) being S5.\.40, and built of stone. Mr. Rowe was for 

four years superintendent of the Union Works at Clinton, and is without 

.doubt one of the nn)st practical machinist.s to be found in Iowa. We un- 

alerstand that in aihlition to new machinery lately introduced into his 

^establishment, he has on hand one of the largest stocks of patterns to be 

jfound anywhere. 

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194 LYONS CITY DIRKCTOUY. 

This enterprising nrm of younj^men have lat«ly purchased the entire 
ptock of Mr. AViii. Doran, at No. 74 Main street. Tliey are both gentler 
men of acknowledged ability in tlieir branch of business, nianufacturerii 
of tin, copper, and sheet iron ware of all descriptions. Tliey also keep 
the most extensive assortment of cooking and lieating stoves to l)e foiuul 
in tlie city, with everything in tlie hardware line " from a needle to an 
jinchor. " 

IT. II. Tioti<MiK. 

A good cigar is a luxury enjoyed by ail who indulge in the soothing 
influences of the narcotic weed. Mr. H. II. Tietjens, who lias lately 
opened a new store and factory on the northeast corner of Main and Tlurd 
streets, is one of our leading manufacturers of cigars, an i we advise al} 
desiring choice cigai-s at low prices, to give him a call, 
^V. S. ISaltlAviii «?^ Co. 

The above firm are engaged in business in the Post otiice Block, aiuj 
keep a large and choice stock of clocks, watches, jewelry, books and sta-; 
tionery, newspai)ers and periodicals, wall paper an<l window shades, 
brackets iind wall pockets, as well as an elegant assortment of goods siiitr 
able for presents. 

Tl. J=^. T{;itlil>Tiii. 

Dentistry has become a spe('ial branch of surgery witliiii the hist fifty 
years, and for tlie last forty years has been a sep;irate jxi-ofession. The 
oldest practising dentist in this county is Dr. R. S. H.utlil)un, wlio was es- 
tablished in business as early as ISoG. The Dr. makes tiie preservation of 
the natural teeth a specialty, and during our slay in this city we liave 
heard nothing but the highest enconiums passed upon his skill as a thor-. 
ough prolicient in everything appertaining to his prol'ession., 

^ oliii 3.I<><')^'.r.iB»«>-<''i'- ■', ;,';^- -'' 

John ]\Ioes'/inger is the proi^rietor of the old established I^^'s Found- 
ry and Machine Shop. M.t. C. Moeszinger, the father of ihe present pro- 
prietor, oitened these works over twenty years n'so. Mr. Moeszinger fur- 
nishes patterns of all kinds, manufactures and and repairs engines, saw 
mill irons, cane mills, malt mills, horse powers and mill machinery of all 
kinds. He also casts columns, ciips, sills ai;d door plates for buihlings, 
and makes iron railing, balconies and other castings of all descri[)tions. 

I?iit'Il «.Si I5o;ii*<lisiJXii. 

This live go-ahead firm of clothing merciiants are located on the south 
^yest coriK'r of Fourth and Main streets, jjpin"^' gent]erue|i ofactive \)\\i]- 



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iiiess capacity and genial qualities, they have secured the coulideuce and 
good will of friends and customf?rs. They make a specialty of keeping 
iiotliing but tlie very best and tnost fasliionable garments for gentle- 
men's wear, as well as everything desirable in gent's furnisliing goods^ 
trunks, valises, etc. To the farmers of Olihton County 'we specially rec- 
ommend them, as their iiiotto is to sell goods cheap for cash. 

C 15. ]>XcDoAvell. 

One of the largest carriage manufacturing establishments in tliis 
bounty is that carried on by Mr. C. B. McDowell, corner Fifth and Ex- 
fchange streets. Mr. McD. employs a large number of hands and 
turns out the best vehicles of all kinds. 

<Joiiolii,sioii. 

There are rtiany other mercliants who deserve mention in this depart 
hient of onr work, among which may be mentioned Lund Bros., general 
iiierchandise; W^^'stbrook & Son, druggists; M. II. Westbrook, general 
merchandise; ]\Irs. C. L. Curtis, millinery and dressmaking, and Mrs. 
Frank Daly, who has lately added an elegant assortment of new and de- 
sirable goods for ladies furnishing; L. L. Stable & Co., bakers and confec- 
tioners; J. P. Gage & Son, grocers; D- W. Utts, stoves and tinware: John 
Tolson bridk manufacturer; John O'Xeil, i?<^'ood and coal; Bollen & Phil- 
lipson, artlfets and fresco pninters; Iloeh & Michelson, wholesale and re- 
tail grocerSj add William Skinner the well known fur dealer. 

_E. I-I. KONKLE, 
dARPESSTTSlK, COISTTRAOTOR, 

Mulider and JfMIlwi''ii^ht* 
BILLIARD Table work a specialty. 



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!*n()Wf\(; TIIK lU'SINESS JXH'ATIOX AND THE RESIDKNT' 

ADDIIKSS ()1<^ ALL M EIICANTI LE AND l'U()FE8- 

-SIONAE PERSONS IN JA'ONS CITV. 



AHHRKVIATIONS : 

Hf,'t, apciit ; as.st, iiHsiHlimt; atty,atlm'iu'y ; av, avenue ; Ixls, Iniards ; bet;- 
bt'lwceii ; bkkpi', bciokkeeiter; ror. corner; elk, clerk; e, east; e 8, 
east side ; u, north; nr, iiear; n e, Hoi'lli east; n s, north side ; 
liW. north we.St ; opp, ()|)i)osite; pres, president ; propr, pro- 
prietor; res, rej^ldeiice ; ret, retail; s, south; sec, secre- 
tary; s e, soutlieast; ss, south side; siipt, superin- 
tendent ; \v, WcKt ; will, wholesale ; wks, works; 
W s, west side. 



Alford, Afrs A, dressmaker, ns Fourlli bet Main and Ex(;Itanse, res same, 

Adams, L I', deputy sheriR', res s w cor Fourth and l']xcfiange. 

Allen, W. F., (Carsteiiseu iV Allen) res 7y Main. 

Ashton, (i W, (Warner iK: Asiiton) res (ilJ Main. 

Austin, Chas J*, station ayt C ct X W K II, res e s Sixth s of Waslington, 

IJakei, Ilobait, city alderman, res western city limits. 

IJaU-li, 1). S., boots and shoes, leather ami liiulini-s, CI ]\Iain, res es 

Seventh bet ^lain and lOxchange. 
JJalch, J K P, boot and shoe dealer, Clinton, res e s F'ourth bet Main and 

Exchange. 
.t5alcli & :McDonneIl, (Thur 15 and D V J ,McD) propvs Lyons Marble Wks, 

Sixtli bet Main and Excha)ijiy< 



ft- 2. Sathbun. Dentist^ Lyon^, Iowa, 



•'J8 LYONS CITY DIUECTOUY, 



Balch, Thur, (Balch ,^ JMcDontiell) Ixls Sixth bet Main and Exchange. 
Baldwin, A S, (A 8 Baldwin & Co) res w^ s Fifth st n Third a v. 
Baldwin A. S. & Co., (A 8 B and E B Melick) book and jewelry store, 
postotlice news room. 

lialdwin, C M, (Baldwin Bros) res vv s Rix tl< bet Exchange andWashington. 
Baldwin, 8 W, (Bald win Bros) res w s 8ixth Ijet Exchange and Washington. 
lialdwin Bros, (W E, C M and 8 W) hardware, iron, nails, &c, 79 JMain. 
]5aldwin, W E, (Baldwin Bros) res Fourth st n w cor Exchagne. 
Baer, F., grocery and saloon, Main bet Eighth and Ninth, res same,. 
Ball, KeiiTjon, manfr of cooperage, shop e s public square, res n w cor 

Tenth and Pearl. 
Barlen, Wni, saloon, Main cor Ottawa. 
Barnes, Thos, butcher, n e cor Seventh and Main, fe'<? same. 
JJarnum, J U, director First Nat'l ]5ank, res western city limits, Clinton. 
Batcliohlor, 1>. J., (Wadleigh, Welles & Co) r.es Fifth av cor Fourth. 
Baiiiuj-arteii, Aiij;-iist, clothing and gents' furnisJiing goods, s s Main 

bet Second and Third, res same. 

P. S. Towle buys for cash and sells cheap, Clinton, Iowa. 

Befck, C, wineaiid beer salodii; Fourth, bet Main and Pearl, res same. 
Becker, F, blackt^mith and wugoh maker, Main cor Ninth, res Thirteenth 

cor Main. 
iiecrs, T. Il.j (BeerS & Eaton) res es Fifth st bBt Washington and 

Fr'a<>klin. 
Becr.s & ICatoii, (T B B and W D E) publishers ahd pfoprietorsi Lijona 

Mirror^ 31 Main, Postotlice Building. 
Beiitley, Win. M., propr Lyons and Fulton Feiry, res es Sixth bet 

Exchange and Washington. 
Beuzeville, George, drygoods, 59 Main, res same. 
Bibbs, P S, bkkpr C & N W R K, res Sixth cor Washington. 
Blakeley, Robert, painter and paper hanger, res Pro3i)ect bet Exchangef 

and Wasliington. 
Blanding, A O, Ilomoepathic physiciari, Mairi cot Seventh res same.- 
Blood, Obed, butcher, Fouith st s Sixth av, res same. 
Boardman, II C, (II (J Bdardman & Co) res Fourth st se cot' t^xchahgei.- 
Boardman, II C & Co (II C B & M A J), dry goods, w s Public Square. 

Qeo. C, Bauder, Real Estate Agsnt, Clinton, lowa^ 



Cr. E. R. MullGtt, Dentist, Office 2U, 5th Av,, Clinton^ 



LYONS CITY DIUECTOllY. 199 



Boardinaii, AV. K. /Tiiiell & Boardinnii), bds Wasliinoton lie cor Fit'lh, 
Boock, diaries, ci^far riiiifr, Third liet Main and Kxc'liaii(j;e, res same. 
Boook, F. F., Victor Flouring Mills, Alain bet Nintli and Teiitli, rea 

same. 
Booth, Jerome, foreman Mirmr ofiice, res Exchanj^e cor Ki'j;hth. 
Bowman, Kev John, pastor M K Cliurch, res Sixth bet ^\'ashilll,'ton and 

Franklin. 
Praash, Joliii, stoves and tiinvare, Main nr Third, res Fifth st bet Fourth 

and F^ifth avs, 
Bratstrenm. Mrs Xelly, carpet weaver, es Fourtli av bet Fifth and Sixth, 
l^rann, John, city alderman, res s s Main e TiiircL 
Brayton, (J W (G W Firayton & Son), res w s Seventh nof Atain. 
Jirayton G \\\ &. Son ((J W and Charles J), traiisfef and steamboat agta. 

Main u w cor Levee. 
Biiell, AA'm. W. (]5uell Sz r>oardm;in), res avs Sixth bet Main and Fearl, 
Biioll tV IJoardiuan (Wm W B and W K B) clothing, gents furnishing 

goods, &c, 69 Main cor F'ourtli. 



EUCALYPTUS V^ill Cure Lung Complaint. 



Bugg, Louisa, restaurant. Third n Main, res same. 

Bunker, Charles J5, livery stable, FLxchange bet Second and Third, res 

F'iflh n of Park. 
Burj;«'r, (it-or^'-o, j.ifopr Lyons Shjjoting Park Saluoji, Ninth, city limits, 

re3 same. 

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Caillc, Mrs. Beat<> (II A Ilobeln ct (^o) res 39 Main. 

Callaghan, John, \nn\)V saloon. Sixth cor Park. 

CarjxMitor, A., dealer in Hour and feed, s e cor Third and Main, res 

Sixth st cor Fifth av. 
Oarstoiisen, C. 1\ (Carstensen & Allen), re,4 74 Main. 
Carstensen, J ( Wm :Miller A: Cr,), res Third bet Main and I'earl. 
(L'arst(!nsen & Allen (C P C & W F A), successors to Wiiruiin Dolan, 

hardware, stoves, tinware, I'vic, 74 Main. 
Gavallier, Louis, grocer, ii s :Maiu cor Seventh, res same. 
Clausen. William, Pearl l)et Second and Tiiird, res same. 



youths' a«d Boy's ClotlUng, A. Stauber's, CliQtqq, Xa, 



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200 LYONS iCirr DIUKCTOItY, 



Cl<>iij>ii, S. (.;., piuiip luiilfr, IOi;,'lilli'U e cor M;iiii, ms \Vasliiiij,'ti)ii cor 

Mi:uiii. 
Cl<m<iii, S. (i., 4.\: Soiis.rpuniit niaufis aiui dealers, Eiglitli sheet c«H' 

Main. 
Coltiiiaii, l']<l\var(l, Itiickiiiiaiifr, bet Lyons and ("liiitdii. 
Coiuloii, If., wau'du maker and blacksuiitli, u s ,l<ublic Scjnare, res 

Sixth bet I'eail and Main. 
Coidiii, Edward, merchant tailor, IIH Main, res same. 
Coiditi, iirs J. milliner, ii s Main \v Third, res same. 
Conrad, Nic, propr Pennsylvania House, I'earl, coi' Sixtli. 
Cook, 15. r., dealer in paints, o;ls, ^iass and putty, paper and paper 

hangings. Sixth s Main, res same. 
Cook, James, mas(Ui contractor, Seventii bet Park and C'onimercial. 
Corning-, N. (('(irning I'v; (irolie). l' S ConmnsBioner lor titate otMuwu. 

res e stSeventh bet Fourlh and Fiflli avs. 
Coriiiiij:- aV' (ii'ohc (N (' A: W (" (i), allys at law, ^y Main betSecond 

and Tliird. 



Buy Dry Goods of P. S. TOWLE, Clinton, and save Money. 

Cotton, A K, atty at law. Main cor Fourth, res s s Fitth av bet Sectoiitl 
and Third sts, Clinton. 

Crawford, Uev Sidney, jiastor First Congregational Church, res Seventh. 

CroiK'h, Z. AV., ^ivery stable. Third cor Main, les Sixth bet Washing- 
ton and Fxf;hange. 

Cummings. 1'^ A\' (Cinnmings ]!ros Manul'acturing Co), res Fiftli bet 
Washington and Franklin. 

Cnnuuings, [' ^I (Cummings llros ^lanul'acturing Co), res Fifth bet 
^^'ashington and Franklin. 

diiiiiiiin;>'.s IJros rvHaiMiJartiiriiig- Co., I'. M. Cummings, i)res and 
treas ; E W Cumminu's, sec. Tldid n Pearl. 

Cunningham, C 1). city alderman, res Eighth I ai-*»i-bi.tl House, 

Ctirrit?, R<*v. Saiimcl, A 1!, \ ii'c principal Uiverside Institute, res same.. 

Currio, Ui'V. W . T., .\ .M, principal Uiverside Institide and i>astor 
Eiiiscoi»al Cimicli, rcss;ime. 

Curtis, 3Irs. C. L., dealer in millinery and fancy goods, o9 Main, res 



Ceo. a. Bauder, Real E::tate Agent, Toll Block, Clinton, la. 



Dr. E. R. Mullett, Dentist, Offics 214, 5th Av,, Clinton. 

I>yON8 CITY DIllKCTOUV. 201 



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Daly, Frank, tlcnivr Jrv millinery goods, 78 Main. 

Daly, Mrs. Frank, ladies' t'uinisliing goods, 78 Main, res same. 

Damour, F W, dealer in groceries and provisions, cor Tark and Sixth. 

Davis, G. M., U I), res head of Pearl. 

Ijick, A E, proprietress Central House, ws Fourth s Main, res same. 

Dick, L. 31., justice of the peace, w s Fourtli s ]!ilain, res same. 

Disbrow, M A, planing mill, cor Third and Exchange, res Third nr 

AV'ashington. 
Doe Bros (Thomas & George), Eyons Ilawkeye Marble Works, Main cor 

Seventh. 
Doe, George (Doe Brothers), res Sixth cor Pearl. 
Doe Tliomas (Doe ]5rothers), res Sixth cor Pearl. 
Dolan, WilliauT, umlr of one seam oil cans. Fourth n Main, res \V^ashing- 

ton n w cor Third. 
Dunn, Fatlier, pastor St Irenanis Church, res Fifth bet Fifth & Sixth avs. 



Buy Medicines, Lamps, Etc, at 0. B. Snyder's, Lyons, Iowa, 

Dutcher, C li, harness and saddles, w s Main nr Sixth, res outside city 
limits. 

I'^aton, WilHani D. (Ik'f-rs & lilaton), res w s Ninth n of Pearl. 

Edncy & llassler, carpenteis and builders. Sixth nr Catholic Church. 

Eggers, Hans, saloon keep;-r. Main nr city limits. 

Ellis, 1) \\\ Judge, Circuit (^lomt, res Fourth av cor Seventh st. 

Ellis, E A (Ellis k, Si)ence), res s s Park cor Fouiteenth, 

Ellis & Spence (L A E & li T T S), attys at law, Third s w cor iVIain. 

I'^nnis ^ l*att<)n, proprs Western Nurseries, w of city limits. 

Evans, R E, painter. Main cor Eighth, res Prosi)ect cor Exchange. 

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Feddersen, F, saloon w s Public S(iuare, res same. 
Field, William, iMr and Mrs, photographers, Main bet Fifth and Sixth. 
First Natiojia! !5;utk oi' l^ynjus, Wm ilolna'S, cathier, s w cor ^Main 
and Third. 

Merchant Tailorincf at A, Stauber's, 2d Street, Clinton. 

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R. S. HathbuD^ Csntlst^ Lyons^ Iowa, 

202 LYONS CITY DIUECTOUY. 

Ford, II C, coml agt Lyons Mirror^ res n e eor Exclumge uiul Ei^litli. 
Forim B, shoemaker, Main nr Third, res Fifth, bet ^lain and Pearl. 
Frazier, T. J., ranfr of Frazier's Lumber Trimmer, Front s of Main, 

res Randolph cor Tenth. 
Frederichs, Ilans, propr wine and beer saloon, 48 Main st. 

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Gabel, Peter, boots and shoes, 68 ]\laii>. res Exchange cor Franklin. 
Gajj-c, James 1*., pres First Nationnl 15ank of Lyons, pres Fanners' 

and Citizens' Savings Bank of Clinton (J P Gage & Son, grocers), re3 

■\v s Sixth bet Main and Excliange. 
Gage, Bid (J P Gage & Son), cashier Farmers' and Citizens' Savings 

Bank, res Fifth bet Park and Mansion. 
Gage,, J. P. & Son (J P & Bid), grocers, cor ]\fain and Fourth. 
Gates, Hiram, grain and stock mercluint. First bet Pearl and Main, res 

Exchange n w cor Fourth. 
Ganger, William F, carpenter, res Sixth, cor iSIansion. 



Best Line of Dress Goods at P. S. Towle's, Clinton, Iowa, 



Gibbs, \V II, real estate agt, s e cor Sixth and Franklin. 

Goebel, Andrew N, printer, Adrerti^cr ollicc, Ixis Van Doran House. 

Gregerson, Albert, cigar box ninfr, and i)ropr saloon, ss Main ijet Second 

and Third, res same. 
Greve, J If, pro])r Fanners' Home, Pearl bet Second and Third. 
Grohe, W C (Corning ct (Jrolie), res w s Fifth bet Fourtl\ and Fiftli avs. 
Grusendorf, John, cigar mnfr, Main w s Public Square. 
Oriiscndorl", F., Union House, Third bet Main and Pearl. 

Iladlow, James, city alderman, res Sturabaugh's addition. 

Hall, N T (Maxfield & Hall), res Fifth, nr Catholic Church. 

Hannalier, Patrick (P Ilannaher & Son), res e s Seventh bet Pearl and 

Main. 
Hannalior, T. C. (P Hannalier & Son), IMayor of Lyons, res Sixth bet 

Fourth and Fifth avs. 
Ilannaher, P, & Sou (P & T C), grain, stock and general produce dealers, 

n s Main, bet Sixth and Seventh. 

FurnisMng Goods,IIats and Caps, A. Stauber's, Clinton 



Dr. E R Mullett, Dentist, Offlca 214, 5th Av., Clinton. 

lA'ONS CITY U11;ECT()KY. 1203 



Mar<liiijj, John V., wlil dealer in wines and li(iuors, e s Sixth s Main, 

res same. 
Hauber, Joseph, boots andslioes,n sMain betSeventh& Eighth, ressame. 
llauii, T S, utty at hiw, 77 Main, res same. 
llann, S, whUiquor dealer, s w cor Pnblic Square, bds Fifth bet Park 

and Mansion. 
Ilenele, Coon, propr wine and beer saloon, e s Fourth s Main, 
llenele, J C, chief lire dept, res Third cor Washington, 
llenningsen, B II A, justice of tlie peace, s w cor Third and Main. 
Ililderbrand, Geo, fruits and confectionery, ]Main 2 e Third, res same. 
Ilobein, Henry (Ilobein & Bro), res 5 Fourth. 
Ilobein, Leonard (Ilobein & Bro), res Clinton nr ]\Iain. 
Ilobein, 11 A (II A Ilobein & Co), res 39 JMain. 
Ilobein, If. <\., c^t Co. (Mrs Caille & 11 A II), confectionery and ice 

cream, 3'J Main. 
Ilobfin & Bro (JI & L) furniture dealers, 5 Fourth. 
Ilodson, J (', saloon, Tliird nr Pearl, res same.. 

EUCALYPTUS Will Cure Coughs and Colds. 

Holfinan, Josepli, saloon keeper, Second bet Main and Exchange, res 

same, 
llolling, George, carpenter, Main nr city limits. 

llolni, Henry, constable, propr saloon & restaurant, 62 Main, res same. 
Holmes, R W, bkkpr First National Bank, res over bunk. 
Ilohnes, William, cashier First National Bank, res w s Ninth bet 

Chicago and Illinois. 
Hogle, Orson, student at law, res Sixth bet Fourth and Fifth avs. 
Ilogle, llobert, city marshal, res w s Sixth, s Fourth av. 
Hopkins, J. C, editor and proprietor CVt/*^o/i County AdvcrtistY, office 

s w cor Fourth and Main, res s s AVashington bet Fourtli and Fifth, 
Hudson, Miss Kate, supt public schools, res n s Exchange w Seventh. 

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Iowa Steam Soap Works, 11 J Wright & Co, proprs. Main cor Spring. 
Jennings, D. B., furniture dealer and vinegar mnfr, e s Sixth nr 
Main, res Eighth nr Pearl. 

Hardware, Carstensen b. Allen, 74 Main Street, Lyons. 

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Br. R. S- Hathbun^ Dentist. Lyons^ Iowa. 

204 LYONS CITY DIRECTORY. 

Jorcliin, Tete, siiloon, n s Sixth nr Main, res safiie 

Joyce, D, lumber mnff, office cor Chicago unci Fifth sts, res a s Com- 
mercial bet Eighth and Tenth. 

Kane, Owen, propr SLamrodc Saloon, Sixth bet Tark and Cliicago. 
King, G H, carpenter and builder, Fourth cor Sixth av, res same. 
Kington, Thomas S, artist and portrait painter, studio I^Iain bet Fourth 

and Fifth, res :Ninth bet Eighth and :Ninth avs. 
Klingenstein, C, cigar manufr, 33 Main, res same. 
Klingenstein, L, furniture dealer, 83 Main, res same. 
Kniskern, L II, physician, res cor Seventh and Washington sts. 
Kraiis, Nicholas, pro]>r Vicksburg Saloon, Main nrTentli at, iea same. 



tiaclumiinl, G. O., groceries and provisions,- Fifth st ccr Fifth av, 
Lac-]iniui>(l, Otto, teller First Mational IJiinic, res e s Fifth bet Frank- 
lin and Washington sts. 



P. S. Towie sells Cloaks, Furs, and Ladies' Suits, Clinton. 

Leedham, Thomas, butcher, 75 Main, res Fourtli bet Excliange and 

Washington sts. 
Leedham, William, butcher, 11G :\Iain, res Pearl cor Sixth. 
Licfling'wcll, A. J., city solicitor and U S conmiissioner, notaiy public, 

atty at law, office 77 Main, res w s Tliird st bet Excliange and Alain. 
Licfliiig'wcll, W. E., atty at law, practices in Chicago, res- western city 

limits. 
Lehman, Adam, carpenter, s w cor Sixth and Fourth a v. 
Lcimbacli, 'Wui., av hi dealer in wines and liquors. Main bet First and 

Second, res Fourth bet Exchange and Watshington, 
Less, Peter, saloon. Main nr city limits. 
Lloyd, P M, carriage builder, n s Public Square, res Sixth. 
Lolibcrg-, Frank, lumber dealer, s w cor Public Square, res ]Main bet 

Ottawa and Division. 
Long-ini, M., merchant tailor and dealer in clothing and gent's fur^ 

nishing goods, etc, 61 ]Main, res same. 
Lord, Ilosa, carpenter and builder, w city limits. 

Merchant Tailoring at A. Staubers, 2d Sreet, Clinton. 



Dr. E. R. Mullett, Dentist, Offlco 214 5tli Av., Clinton. 

LYONS CITY ]>IUKC'J'OUV. 20.3 

Lotlirnp, Charles II, pliysiciaii and sur^^eoii, n w cor Third and Exchange, 

res w s Tliird bet Kxchanjiie and Wasliiii^'ton. 
LiiikI liros, (Virtus and John,) j^eneral nidse, 5.5Mahi. 
lAind, John, (Lund Bros) res e s Tifth st bet Fourth and Fifth avs. 
J^und, Capt Herman, salesnian, res e s Fifth bet Fourth and Fifth avs. 
Lund, A-^irtus, (Lund ]3r(»s) res e s Fifth Ijet Fourth and Fifth avs. 
Lyons Paper Co, (S I Smith, pres ; 11 N Kand, vice pres ; II F Snath, sec 

and treas) cor Jackson and Fiftli sts. 

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MacGuigg, AV^illiam, pliysician, ollice and res Sixth, 2 n of Bridge. 
Maddoii, J>I. JC, dealer in groceries, cor Seventh and Main. 
]\Iajer, Oscar, (Manz & Majer), res Fiftli bet Franklin and Washington. 
Miuivilhi, K.,, auction and commission, 12G ^lain, res Seventh cor 

AVashington. 
Mniivillc, I. N.. anctlonoer and general mdse, 12G Main, res same. 
Manz, Leopold, (Manz iK: ilajer) res Sixth n w cor l:^xciiange. 



Geo. G. Bauder, Real Estate Agent, Toll Block, Clinton, la. 

Maisz & Major, (L.M & O .M) druggists, 78 Main. 

I\Iar(iuis, Win. 1]., iiarness and saddles, 50 iNIain bet Third and Fourth, 

res Sixth bet Exchange and Washington. 
Marshall, A, boot and shoe maker, cor Fifth and Pearl, res same. 
]>Iarx, TheotloiM', luanufr of antl (h;aler in soda water and propr saloon 

s s Sixth bet Park and Commercial, res sauie. 
Matlitnvs, Harry S., asst postmaster, res w s Seventh bet Franklin 

and Washington. 
Matlicws, J. J., postmaster, res w s Seventh bet Washington and 

Franklin. 
Maxfield, A J, (Maxlield & Hal!), res s s Main bet Seventh and Eighth. 
Maxfield, Mrs. A J, dressmaker, res s s Main bet Seventh and Eighth. 
Maxlield &Hall, (A J M &N T II), pump dealers, s s Main bet Seventh 

and Eighth. 
McAdams, E, carpenter, res "Washington cor Sixth. 
McArthur, J. A., pliysician and surgeon, ollice Ilannaher's Block, 

]Main st, res Fifth st cor Fourth av. 

EUCALYPTUS Will Cure Lung Complaint, 



R. S, Rathbun. Dsntist, Lyons, Icwa» 



200 LYONS Crj'Y UIIU'X'TOUY. 



McCiUlhy, D O C, bklq.r, res Fourth ;i\- bet Fiftli ;iii(l Sixth sts. 

:Nfcl)oiiiiell, J J, (]};ilch A .McI)oriieIl),res \V;isliiiij;t<)n cor I'rospect. 

3>IeI)<)\vcll, C. IJ., nuiuulr carriages etc, Fiflh cor Excliaiige, rea 
Fifth bet Washinston and Franklin. 

Mt-I>ovvell, Frank J)., iorenian C B .McDowell's, res Fifth bet Wash- 
ington and Franklin. 

McMahon, O., vice pres First National JJank, res w s Ninth bet Chi- 
cago and Illinois. 

McPherson, J W, groceries, Sixth n w cor Main, res Sixth bet Exchange 
and Washington. 

Melick. E. 15., (A S JJaldwin & Co), res Sixth bet Randolph and Com- 
mercial sts. 

Melick, J. 15., physician and druggist. Sixth bet Randolph and Com- 
mercial. 

MossnxT, Joo, fashionable barber and hairdresser, n a Main e Fourth 
res same. 

Mettes, R, grocery, Sixtli nr Jackson. 



P. S. Towie buys for cash and sells cheap, Clinton, Iowa, 

Meyer, Anton, groci'r, Sixth bet Sixth and Seventh avs. 
Mctzji'er, L., carpenter and builder, .^bliu cor I'rospect, res same. 
Meyer, li II, saloon and restaurant, I'hird st nr Main. 
Mielicl.sen, ]>l:ithias, (Roeh & Michelsen), res n e corner Sixth and 

Exchange. 
Miller, William, (William ^Miller & Co), res Third street, bet Main and 

Pearl. 
Miller, William &Co, r\V M, J Carstensen), genl mdse Third bet Main 

and Pearl. 
Mills, Rev Eugene R, pastor Presbyteriancliurch, res s s Washingtan bet 

Seventh and Eightii. 
Moesziiif^-er, .Tolm, propr Lyons Foundry and Machine Shops, n e 

cor Second and Main, res Fourth st nr cor Fifth av. 
Montaj^ne, Ge<>r;,'<', tailor and clothes cleaner. Third st nr Main, res 

same. 
Alontagne, John, boots and shoes. Third bet Main and Pearl, res 

same. 

Qeo* Q» Baudsr, Rsal EstatQ Agsnt, Clinton, Iowa* 



Dr. E. R. Mullett, Dentist, Office 214, 5th Av., Clinton. 



LYONS CITY DIUKCTOKY. 207 



Naevc, Peter, wine and beer saloon, ii s Main nr Sixtti. 
Nagel, Claus, street comniissioiier, res Fourth st city limits. 
Nattinger, J A, dry goods, 12 Main, res w s Seventh bet Main and Ex- 
change sts. 
Neesley, Theodore, cigar inanufr, Sixtli cor Jackson, res same. 
Nutley, 1*., boot and shoe manuir, 34 Main opp post otVice, res same. 

o 

Ohsann, Christ, bntclier, 115 Main. 

Olisann, JI. Auj;ust, meat market, Main bet Sixth and Seventh, res 

same. 

Oklrid«jrc, J. II., restaurant and confectionery, 111 Main, res Seventh. 
O'Malley, Al, grocer, n s Main nr Sixth, res same. 
O'Neil, John, dealer in hardwood and coal, Front cor Pearl. 
Ott, Henry, shoemaker, :Main e Seventh, res same. 



EUCALYPTUS V^ill Cure Lung Complaint. 

ott, John, mason contractor, res Scveiitli bet Fe:irl and Second av. 
Overeuiui), Henry, propr restaurant and saloon, w s Seveiitii bet Maiii 

and Tearl. 
Owens, F. E., compiler and publisher of Directories, Gazetteers, 

and Statistical Works, res w s Fourth s Franklin. 

IP 

Palmer. Dudley, carpenter, res Exchange, Stuinbaugh's Add. 

Pa IX', .1. SI., grocer, n s .\fain, .".d door from Sixth, res same. 

Pape, Mrs E, millinery, n s Main, n Sixth, res same. 

Parker, George W, manufr galvanized iron cornices, s e cor Public Square 
;' res s s Seventh l)et Main and Exchange. 

\ Patterson, Jolm, dentist, Masonic Hall Main st, res Seventh av nr 
\ Fifth st, Clinton. 

' Pease, G. K., sign and carriage painter, Pearl bet Fifth and Sixth, res 
* Sixth cor :Maiii. 

Pclton, T. G., ^vannfr lighi machinery, Main st s w cor Second, res 

same. _ 

Youtlis' and Boy's Clotliins^, A. Staiibers, Clinton, la. 



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Dr. R, S. Rathbun^ D3ntiGt, Lyons, lov/a. 



208 LYONS CITY DIlllX'TOHY. 

Penn, Henry, inauager J PCJuge & Son, res w s Fit'Lli bet Coininerciul and 

Park sts. 
Phillips, John, carpenter, res Sixth cor Franklin. 
Potts, J. 11., dealer in watches, clucks, jewelry, etc, .'>.'5 Main, res n 3 

"Washington w Seventli. 

Ratleniacher, Charles, Fourth st cor Sixth av. 

Rand, It X, vice pres J^yons I'aper Co, res Fourth cor Exchange. 

Hand, R ^V^, capitalist. Third nr ^Slain, res Sixtli cor Washington. 

Kathbuii, It. S., dentist. Main st n e cor Fourth, res Fitlh bet Ex- 
change and AVasliiiigton. 

Rehwoldt,C, painter, Tliird nr Pearl. 

Rice, M W, dry goods, carpets etc, JNIain st s e cor Fourth, res New York 
City. 

Roberts, B 8, blacksmith, Eiglith st cor Main, res Ninth bet Fifth and 
Sixtli avs. 

Buy Dry Goods of P. S. TOWLE, Clinton, and save Money. 

Rol)iasoii, C. 1^., ])hysieiaii, e s Tliii'd nr Exchange. 

Rodman, M W, grocer, res Seventh bet Washington and Ex(;iiange. 
Rodman & Hicks, grocers and dealers in agricultural iiniilcmeuts ns 

JMaiu nr ]<;ightli. 
Kooli, .7olm, (lloeli & Michelseu), res rros])ect bet Old and New :Main. 
Iloc'li & .^lichclson, (J II iS: JM M) wlil and retail grocers, s e cor Main 

and Sixth. 
)( Ro^-ors, L. F., (Wise & Rogers), ILinii)shire tp, p. o. J.yons. 

Root, AC, ins agt, ws Fourth bet Main and Exchange, res w s Thirds 

Main. 
Root, J. C, insurance, real estateand commission, 7;5]Main, res Seventh 

n e cor Washington. 
Russell, <J. A., spring bed nianutr, s s Fublic Square, res Fifth cor 
AVashington. 

s 

Saint Louis House, P J Tliornton, w s First, s Main. 



Gso, G. Baudsr, Rsal E:ht2 Agont, T:ll Elcck, Clinton, la. 



I3r» K. R» Mullett, Csntlst, Offics 111^ 5th Av., Clinton. 

LYONS CITY DIRECTORY. 1**9 

8ayles, E II, iitty at law, 08 Main. 

iSchiieider, A, iinifr and dealer in cigars and tobacco, 25 Main street, 

res sanier - 
Schwager, A, physician, res s s Washington bet Fourth and Fifth. 
Scott, D II, city aldennan, res Fifth e Catholic Church. 
iScott, Walter, contractor, res n w cor Fifth and Washington. 
Seivert, L, sr, saloon keeper, Fourth nr Main, res same. 
Seivert, L, jr, cigar mnfr and dealer, n s Main bet Third and Fourth, res 

same. 
Seminary of Onr Lady of Angels, Washington st. 
Seuel, Rev Claus, pastor Lutheran Church, res Stumbaugh's add. 
^Sherman, C L, restaurant, 71 Main, res Fifth cor Washington. 
81io\vcrmaii, Kdd, watches, jewelry, silverware, gold lish and aquaria 

goods, 27 Main, res Seventh st bet Fourth and Fifth av3. 
Shual, Henry, mason contractor, res Old Main, Stumbaugh's add. 
SkiniHT, William, fur mnfr and dealer, 27 Main, res sama. 
■81ack, Allan, surveyor, res n w city limits. 



^eo. G. Bauder, Real Estate Agent, Toll Block, Clinton, la. 



I Sloan, L. T., secy and treas Clinton and Lyons Horse Railroad Co, res 
cor Seventh and AVashiugtou. 

Smith, 11 F, secy and treas Lyons Taper Co, res Ninth bet Randolph and 
Park. 

.'Smith, S I, pres Lyons Paper Co, res Ninth cor Park. 

Siiyacr, 1). 15., druggist and bookseller, cor Fourth and JSIain, res 
Fourth bet Main and Pearl. 

Spence, R T T (Ellis & Spence), res Sixth, s e cor Exchange. 

^Stafford, W S, contractor and builder, Fifth cor Seventh av. 

f^tewart, J. AV. (Stewart & Prayton), res Fifth st bet Sixth and Sev- 
enth avs. 

Stewart & Brayton (J W S & C J P) proprs Phffinix Mills, mnfi-s of 
Hour, foot of Ninth. 

tJtockwell, Ira,whl dealer in lumber, lath, shingles, itc. Sixth av cor Third 

streets. 
Stuedemann, A C (^^lonahau Pros & Stuedeman), res n s Main bet Thir«J 
and Fourth. 



Merchant Tailoring at A. Stauber's, 2d Str^et^ Clinton. 

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H. S* Rathtun^ Dentist^ Lyons^ Iowa. 



no LYONS CITY DIKEUTOllY. 



Stumbaugh, Samuel, J P, Main cor Sixtli, rea vv 3 Seventh bet Fourth 
and Fifth avs. 

Sullivan, Murty, blacksmith, s s Public Square, res Seventh bet Ex- 
change and Washington. 

T 

Tallctt, James, brick mnfr. Seventh av nr Tenth st, res same. 
Thiessen, Henry, propr Thiessen Hotel, Pearl bet Third and Fourth. 
Thornton, Phillip J, St Louis House, Front oyp steamboat landing. 
Tietjens, II. H., whl and ret dealer in cigars, n e cor Third and Main, 

res same. 
Tietjens, J. C, mnfr of wagons, carriages, buggies, cultivators, and 

general blacksmith, 6 miles w of Lyons, postoffice address Lyons. 
Thedeus, Frederick, saloon, w s Fourth s JSIain res same. 
Tiesse, John (Tritschler & Tiesse), res Main nr city limits. 
Tolman, D. & Co., mnfrs and dealers in flower pots, drain tile, fire 

brick, &c, Ninth nr Chicago. 



Best Line of Dress Goods at P. S. Towle's, Clinton, Iowa. 

Tolson, Joliii, brick mnfr, stoue mason, contractor and builder, Pea.] 

st opp Central School House, res w s Third nr Seventli av. 
Topf, Aug, saloon. Main, bet Sixth ami Seventh, res same. 
Traut, Peter, barber, n s Main w Sixth, res n w cor Sixth and Pearl. 
Tritschler, Philip (Tritschler & Tiesse), res n s Main w Tenth. 
Tritschler & Tiesse (Pliillip & John), proprs Western Union lirewery. 

TJ-"V 

Union House, F Grusondorf , proprietor, w s Third bet Main and Pearl. 
IJtts, D. AV., stoves and tinware, s s Main bet Sixth and Seventli, res 

s w cor AVashington and Division. 
Upton, Charles C, wood dealer. Fourth bet Main and Exchange. 
Van Doran, S., propr Van Doran House, Main cor Eighth (see advt). 

"VT" 

Wadleigh, L. 15. ("Wadleigh, "Welles & Co), res s w cor Third and Ex- 
change. 

Furnishing Goods,Hats and Caps, A. Stauber's, Clinton. 



Dr. E R Mullett, Dsntist, Offloo 214, 5th Av., Clinton. 

LYONS CITY DIllECTOKY. 211 



. Wiidleij^h, Welles & Co. (L B W, E P W & D J Batchehlei), iimfi-s 

Hiid will dealers in gang-sawed lumber, lath, shingles, pickets, vS:c, 

Upper Mill, cor Eighth av and Third st. 
Wiilker, Charles, propr Ferry Saloon, Front, res same. 
Warner, C W (Warner & Ashton), res 65 Main. 
Warner, F B, carpenter, w s Seventh nr North Public School. 
Warner & Ashton (C AV W & G W A), genl mdse, G3 and 05 Main. 
Watkyns, Servetus, physician and surgeon, s s Main bet Third and 

Fourth, res same. 
Wetherell, G F, physician and Surgeon, Main s w cor Fourth, res Sixth 

cor Exchange. 
Welles, K. P. (VVadleigh, Welles & Co), res se cor Fourth av and Third 

st, Clinton. 
Westbrook, CIui's II. ( Westbrook & Son), res w s Sixth 2 from Main. 
Westbrctok, Dr. J'l. M. (Westbrook & Son), res Sixth st cor Sixth av. 
Westbrook, M. II., dealer in dry goods, groceries, &c, 77 Main, res w 

s Third bet Exchange and Washington. 

EUCALYPTUS Will Cure Coughs and Colds. 

Westbrook & Sou (Dr E M W & Clias II W), druggists, s s Main w 

Fourth. 
Wheeler, A T, atty at law, ofllce Main coi Sixth, res Commercial bet 

Fifth and Sixth. 
Wintersteeii, 15. F., dealer in groceries, &c, 54 Main, res Sixth bet 

AVashington and Park. 
Winkler, Fred, ice dealer, e s Fourth street, soutli of 9th av. . / 

V Wise, P. (Wise & Rogers), res Fifth street, bet Sixth and Seventh 

avenues. 
Wisner, George, grocer, Sixth bet Park and Commercial. 
'/., Wise & Roj,^ers, carriage and wagon builders. Pearl bet Fifth and 

Sixth. 
White, H. P., dealer in groceries and provisions, e s Sixth bet Park 

and Mansion. 
Wright, H. J. (II J Wright & Co) res Lyons tp. 
Wright, S, house mover and builder, res Fourth cor Kandolph. 
Wylie, W W, supt public Schools, res Franklin cor Sixth. 

Hardv/are, Carstenssn k Allen, 74 Main Street, Lyons* 



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STOVES, HARDWARE, ' 

TINWARE, CUTLERY, ETC. 

All Work iu Tin, Slu'et Iron uiid Copper Atteiulcd to. 

N. W. cor. 9tlj Ave. :iua4UiSt., Oliiiton, loAva, 



EjmwUMm & McCof teeniale, 



rKOPRIETORS (Jl-' 



LIVERY, BOARDING 



-^VND SA.LE1 ST.ABLJE, 



First-Class Rigs Furnished to Moderate Drivers at Moderate PriceiE 

South side Sixth Ave,, bet 1st unu2il Streets, 



CLINTOISr, 



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WHOLESAJ.E \ND KETAri; DEALERS IN 



Staple & Fancy Grroceries 



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CLINTON, IOWA '" *^ 

Young Men and Women Prepared for Business.| 

,:;"^:j;^^;^•';■V;:VN^o vacation..;-';,, - v ..:| 

Thorough • Instruction given in Book Keeping, Penmanship, &o, j 

Board Heasonable. Books furnished free. We Assist :' . S 

/ Pupils in Procuring Situations. • ;■ '^'!' 

T^ T T I TU i^ XT > Life Membership . ,; .','... i:.!: , ,..;.... *50,00 4 

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, EVENING SCHOPLS FROM OCTOBER TO APRIL. 

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Address JOHN RILEY, Box M80 Clinton, Iowa. 



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School, MiseellaneouB and Blank Books, Staple and Fancy Stationery, ■;,. 

Sheet Music, Periodicals. Pictures aiid Everything Pertaining >' 

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BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

OP 

CLINTON COUNTY. 

.SHOWING TI-IE NA^IE AXT) LOCATION OF ALL IJUSINESS 

rillMti IN TIIK KNTIRE COUNTY, ARRANGED 

ALl'nARETICAIJ.r UNDER THEIR 

PROPER HEADINGS, 



ABSTRACTS OF TITLE. 
Brtudcr, Gcorj;c G., i'ouuiNo. 4 'Tull Rlock, Clinton. 
iJowers, H. F., rooui No. 6 Toll Elock, CliuLoii* 
Baldwin, Isaac, lil7 Flf'lli aV, Clliltou. 
Diittou, Jerome, Jubtice of Peace, Wheatland. 
re}4-an, J. 1)., office 212 Fifth uv, Clinton. 
Henningsen, B H, s w cor Third and Main, Lyons. 
McGuire, Joliu F., room No. 5 Bank Block, Clinton. 
Peck W. B., i:0(; Fifth av, Clinton. 
Koot, J. C, Main w Fourth, Lyons. 

AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. 
Bratt, N. M., First bet Fifth and Sixth avs, Clinton. 
Butteriield, T F, & Son, De Witt. 
Cowles, G & Co, Fulton, HI. 
Flannery, P, De ^Vitt. 
Gorhani, William, J^ost Nation. 
Hinckley, EC, Delmar. 



EUCALYPTUS Will Cure LuDg Compiaint* 



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R. 2» Hathbun, Dentist^ Lyons^ Iowa. 



214 COUNTY BUSINKSS DIKlCCTOli Y. 

Jaiissen, Carl, Grand Moiiiul. 

Jeppe, C F, Wheutkind. 

Monahan Bros & .Stuedemann, Lyons and Charlotte. 

Rodman & Ilicks, n s Main bet Seventh and Eighth, Lyons. 

Vaadever & Brazell, " The Gorhani Cnltivatur," Low Moor. 

ALES AfiD PORTER. 
AValker, Charles, bottled Ales and Porter, also Imported Cigars- 
Ales and porter 10c a bottle. Front st, Lyons. 

ARCHITECT. 

Sanborn, W W, Postollice Building, Filth av, Clinton. 

ATTORNEYS AT LAW. 
Andrews, I. K., room 11 Toll Block, Clinton. 
Bailey, E S, Postollice Building, Clinton, 
Baldwin, Isaac, 217 Fil'th av, Clinton. 
Bice, C M, room No. Toll Block, Clinton. 
Chase & Munroc, Postollice Building, Fifth av, Clinton. 
Corning- & Grolio, s s Main bet Second and Third, Lyons. 

P. S. Towie buys for cash and sells cheap, Clinton, Iowa. 

Cotton, lion. A. 11., oHice Main n w cor Fourth, J.yous. 

Cotton, W A, Jefferson st, De Witt. 

Darling-, J. S., Postollice Building, Fifth av, Clinton. 

Dunham, N J, Wheatland. 

Ellis & Spence, Main s w cor Third, Lyons. 

Flint & Smith, No. 5 Toll Block, Clinton. 

Flournoy, J. J., room 7 Toll Block, Clinton. 

Foster & Foster, Postollice Building, Clinton. 

Gray, Daniel, s s Seventh av e Third st, Clinton. 

Iladley, C J, De Witt. 

Hart & Iladley, De Witt. 

Lake, William, room No. 10 Toll Block, Clinton. 

Leflingwell, A. J., 79 Main st, Lyons. 

Long, Thomas W, Camanche. 

Merrell & Ilowatt, De Witt. 

McCoy, A. K., 212 Fifth av. Clinton. 

MuUany, John I, 5 Bank Block, Clinton. 



aeo. G» Baudsr, Real Estate Agent, Clinton, Iowa. 



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\ Dr. E. R. r.Iullett, Dentist, Office 214, 5th Av., Clinton. 

COUNTY BUSINESS DIUECTOUY. 215 



' Nye, C M, Jetterson st, De Witt. 

•' Paddock, A II, Postodice Building, Clinton. 

Kich & Ivuth, Dt'lniar. 

Kowell, 1']. C. Collections promptly made, and claims secured, 
Charlotte, 

Sayles, E R. 68 Main st, Lyons. 

Smith, C A, room 2 Toll Block, Clinton. , . ■ 

f Stevens, W W, Bank Block, Second st, Clinton. 

Stine, Jesse, Wheatland. 

Stowe, J S, Wheatland. 

Wallikcr, J. II., City Attorney, room 7 Toll Block, Clinton. 

Wheeler, A T, Main s e cor Sixth, Lyons. 

Wheeler, K W, otiice over bunk,De Witt. 

Wolf, T B, De Witt. 

Wright, P. C, De Witt. • : 

Young- Georg-e B., p o bldg Fifth av Clinton. 

EUCALYPTUS \MII Cure Lung Complaint 

AUCTIONEERS. 

Howe, L, s s Fifth av nr Second st, Clinton. 

Mauville. E., 120 Main st Lyons. IN Manville attends auctions, makes 

sales of stock, etc, all kinds of goods cheap. 
Marquette, J B, 515 Second st, Clinton. 

BAKERS AND CONFECTIONERS. 

Allison, r>. N., manufr of bread, cakes and confectionery, ice cream, 

etc, Fulton, 111, your custom solicited. 
Blodt, M, lOG Second st Clinton. 
Caille, \Vm., 332 Fifth av, Clinton. 
Caldwell, T O, Main st, Camanche* 
HoLein, H. A. & Co., 39 Main, Lyons. 

Houseman, F, 702 Second st, Clinton. , • 

New York Bakery, John Breitling propr, 123 Fifth av Clinton. 
Pearson, C. AV., Delmar. 
Torrcncc, H. E.; 918 Fourth st, Clinton. 



Youths' and Boy's Clothing, A. Stauber's, Clinton, la. 



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" Every farnipr cliouirl 1,'ive liia sons two or throe squnre rods of t:r<iiiiiiJ,wc;ll pre- 

fmred, with Ihi; aviiils ol Hliich thoy may buy it. Eviiiy iiiefiijiiiic ehoiild put a rucciv- 
n-,' tiox in tome cuu.-jpicuuiis pluco in thu lioiisc, to catch tlic stru/ poiinics tor the lilve 
j)urp»tie. 

I-ay It ii|)on your tabic by the side of the Bible— it is a better expounder than many 
wlilch claim to be oxponnderH. It is a ;4reat lahor-saver— it has naved us tinio eiioiigli in 
one yeur's use to pay tor itsell'; and that niuat be ^jood prupei ly whicii will clear ilsell'ouce 
a year."— itfas*. Lije Jloat, 

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COUNTY BUSINESS DIUECTOKY. Iil7 

BAJdKS AMD BACKERS. 
Clinton National Bank, W F Co;in, Tres ; J. C. Weston, Cashier; 

Sixth :iv n w cor Second st, Clinton. 
Clinton Savings Bank, oflice at Clinton National Bank, Clinton. 
Farmers' and Citizens' Savinys Bank, .512 Second st Clinton. 
First National Bank of Lyons, \Vm Holmes cashier, Main st Lyons. 
Hardin, T. A. & Co., Imtfon, Jit, ?-eceive deposits, buy aiul sell 

excha?tge oft all principal cities, collect io7isp7'07)ipllv atteyided 

to. Correspondents: /t/iporte?s' and Traders' A''at 2Sa7t/c, 

J\'ew 2ork. 
Haywood, G. & Son, w s Fonith bet Ninth and Tenth avs, Clinton. 
Price & Sanford, (Jas II i* & LIl S), Ue Witt. 
Stone & Smith, 209 Fifth av, Clinton. 

BARBERS. 

Brown, John, s^ Main e Third st Lyons. 

Freeman, Cliarles, Second st n w cor Third av, Clinton. • . ' 

Hind, Julius, 700 Second st, Clinton. 

Geo. G. Bauder, Real Estate Agent, Toll Block, Clinton, la. 

IHrschberg, Joe. Do Wilt. 

King Philip, Fulton, 111. 

Messnicr, .Joseph, elej^ant shaving parlors, new chairs, everything 

lirst-class, n s Main e Fourth, Lyons. 
Miller, Augustus, city sliaving parlor, sliaving and hair dressing done 

in tiie most fashionable manner, w s Second next city hall, Clinton. 
Richardson, Thomas, lOlU Fourtli st, Clinton. 
Seever, Louis, "ilG Second st, Clinton. 
Tlnu'ston, George, (JU5 Second st, Clinton, 

Tr.iub, Peter, no Main, Lyons. ' .' ' , 

AVilliams, H £, JefTerson st, I)e Witt, 

BILLIARD HALLS, 

Central Billiard I'arlor, Fomth av cor Fjrst st, Clinton. 

Itay, Phil, w s Second bet Seventh and Eighth avs, Clinton, 
Revere House Billiard Parlors, Fcnirtli av cor Second st, Clinton, ' 

Rose & Dewey, oil Second st, Clinton. 
Shaffer, SM,sr, De Witt. 

Merchant Tallcring at A> Stauber's^ 2d Strest^Clinton^ 



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Summers, Chiirles, n w cor :\rain ana Third, Lyons. 

Thompson, Richard, also sample room. Second st s w cor Tenth av, 

Clinton. 

Transit House Bilh'ara Hall and Saloon, J M Lincoln proprietor, 
Eighth iiv cor Second st, Clinton. 

BLAC8CSM1THS. 
Ackerman, J. P., Toronto, hotel propr. 
Ackerman, Wra, Cumanche. 
Albert, John, genl blacksmith and wagon maker, repairing of all 

kinds attended to, Goose Luke. 
Becker, F, Main cor Ninth, Lyons. 

Blanohard S: Duncan, Pifth av bet First and Second sts, Clinton. 
Brockman, Charles, Bryant. 
Bryant, George, Second st nr Fifth av, Clinton. 
Clausen> Peter, repairing of all kinds, horse shoeing etc, six miles w 

of Lyons. 
Condon, II, n s Public Square, Lyons. 



Best Line of Dress Goods at P. S. Towle's, Clinton, Iowa. 

Conwell, W T, Harrison st, De Witt. 

Cornish, O P, Elwood. 

Crossby, C. H. blacksmith and horseslioer, all kinds of v/ork executed 

promptly and at reasonable rates, Elvira. 
I>odd, J. N. horseshoeing and repairing, Delmar. 
Durkee, John, Fourth st bet Fourteentli and Fifteenth avs, Clinton. 
Ellithorp, O A, Delmar. 
Haggard, J W, AVheatland. 

Harroun & Cole, Fiftli av bet First and Second sts, Clinton. ■ 
Lund, H. I. nianufr patejit harrow, Charlotte. 
McHujjh, Dennis, First bet Fifth and Sixth avs, Clinton. 
Olney, Israel, Elwood. 

Peck 4& Flanuagan, Fifth av nr First st, Clinton. 
Reynolds ,C. C. (Jrand Mound. 
Rhodes, Isaac, JIarrison cor Church, De Witt. 
Richards, F. H. practical blacksmith, Calajiuis. 
Roberts, B S, Eighth cor LLain, Lyons. 

Furnishing Goods,Ilats and Caps, A. Staubsr's, Clinton. 



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COLTN'rV BUSINESS DIUKCTOKY. 21'J 

Beward, C. postmaster, gentral blacksinithing, Low Moor. 
.8huetze, Freilerick, Elk River Mills. 
Sinhnaii, T «& J, Charlotte. 
Sullivan Murty, s s Public Square, Lyons. 
Todd, W.ll. general blacksmlthing, special attention given to plows, 

CalainliB. 
Van Arm an, L D, horseshoeing etc, Grand Mound. 
Warren, M, Harrison st, l)e AVitt. 
■\Vilcy, J. B. also propr Albany Ferry, Camanche. 
AVisc & Koji'crs, Pearl bet Fifth and Sixth, Lyons. 

BOARDINQ HOUSES. 
Bosson, Jans, Farmers' Home boarding house and saloon, First av nr 

Second st, Clinton. 
City Hotel, CM James propr, Fourth ave e Second st Clinton. 
Drescher, C, 116 Fiftli av. Clinton. 
Gilinaii, Mrs M. IC, location pleasant, your patronage respectfully 

invited, 220 Third av, Clinton. 

EUCALYPTUS Will Cure Coughs and Colds. 

Logue, John. Tentli av ni' Second st, Clinton. 

J.uther, Charles, Second st bet Tenth and Eleventh avs, Clinton* 

I^Jartens, H., 103 Second st, Clinton. 

Murphy, J, lOl Second st, Clinton. 

O'lSrien, KcUvard, propr lirst-class boarding house, Second st bet Sixth 

and Seventh avs, Clinton. Comfortable accommodirtions. 
Peterson, Thomas, 110 Second st, Clinton. 
Sixth Avenue house, Sixth av bet Second and Third sta, Clinton. 

BOOKS AMD STATIOfiERY. 
Baldwin; A. S. & Co., p. o. news room, Lyons. ■ • 

Ijce, Francis, Fifth av s e cor Second st, Clinton. . ■. : 

Moses & Thompson, p. o. bldg, Clinton. 
Santee, A. J., n w cor Second st and Fifth av, Clinton. 
Snyder, 1) B, Fourth st n e cor Main, Lyons. ; 

BOOTS AND SHOES. 
Ankcny, A. L., 208 Second st Toll Llock, Clinton. 
Balch, r). S., 51 Main, Lyons. 



Hardware,- Carstensen k Allen, U Main Street, Lyonsr 



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Balch, ,). K. P., n s Fifth av e postofflce, Clinton. 

]}ignall, Thomas, Tliii-d cor Eleventh av, Clinton. 

Brazee, II, Calamus. 

Bricker, Henry, De "Witt. 

Bucliel, E<Uvar<l, custom made, a good fit warranted, w s Second at, 

s Second av, Clinton. 
Cannon, A S, 141 Fifth av, Clinton. 
Carter, Jolm. Kl Second st, Clinton. 
Casey F, De Wilt. 

Craig-, Ki<'liar«l, Second stopp Toll J)lo(;k, Clinton. 
Curtis, Gcorjjc M., line custom made boots and shoes. Riverside. 
Ellis, T II, 27 Ellis Flock, I)e Witt. 
Etler, Ilenrich, Fow Moor. 
Foran, ]3,^Main e Second, Lyons. 
Forbes, II, genl nidse, Toronto. 
Freund, II T, 517 Second st, Clinton. ■ . • • 



Buy Dry Goods of P. S. TOWLE, Clinton, and save Money, 

Grcg-erMcii, J. C, custom made boots and shoes, reiiairiiig neatly done, 

Cioose Lake. 
Hagedoni, Henry, custom work a specialty, J^ost Nation. 
Ilauber, Joseph, n s !Maiu nr Eighth, Lyons. • ' 

Ismon, A D, Delmar. 

.Toliiisoii, Andes .T., 80 Fifth av, Clinton. 
Kean, John, Second st nr Second av, Clinton. 
Kennecke, E, Fifth av bet First and Second sts, Clintoji. 
Langham, John, Lost Nation. 

Larson, Otto, Fourth st bet Ninth and Tenth avs, Clinton. 
Marshall, A, Fifth cor I'earl, Lyons. 

Montagne, John, Third bet Main and Pearl, Lyons. , ■ ^ 

Nutley, P., 34 Main opp postoffice, Lyons. 
Rittcr, H. C, custom made work, Camanchc, 
Ilyther, N E, postmaster, Ehvood. 
Schlabach & White, De Witt, 
Schmidt, Peter, Charlotte. 
Shearer, B T, Jefferson st, De Witt. 

Merchant Tailoring at A. Staubers, 2d Sreet, Clinton. 



Dr. E. R. Mullett, Dentist, Office 214 5tli Av., Clinton. 



COUNTY BUSINESS J)IllECTOUY. 221 



Tipple, W ^V, Delmar. 

Tulliill, George, Fourth st iir Tenth iiv, Clinton. / ■ • ' 

Warner, P, Fulton, III. * 

"Wcssels & SpaliJij manufrs and dealers in boots and shoes, repairing 

etc attended to, e s Fourth bet Ninth and Tenth avs, Clinton. 
Vaiulcver & 15razell, Iaiw JMoor. 

BOILER WORKS. 
Alfred, Jolin, propr Clinton Boiler ^^^)rks, Second st, Clinton. 
Owcus, K. «.V. Co., proprs Eagle Boiler Works, Eighth av, Clintore. 

BOQK BI^D^RS. 

Allen, L P, n s Fifth av next iiostollice, Clinton. 

BREWERS. 
Laiier & Allen, Clinton Brewery, w end Elm, Clinton. 
Tritfscliler &-'^riesse, Western Union Brewery, Main st, Lyons, 

BRSCK !\^ANUFACTURERS. 

Adams, Thomas, Clinton. 
IJeeiili, Fredcriek, ^Vheatland. 



P. S. Towfe sells Cloaks, Furs, and Ladies' Suits, Clinton, 



■Coltniati, Tj., bet Clinton and Lyons. 

I'rice, liiehard. Fifth st cor Third av, Clinton. 

TaiU'tt, tJames, stone contractor, Seventh av nr Tenth st, Lyons. 

Tolson, tloliii, stone cojitractor and lime nianufr, Pearl opp Centra? 

School. 

CARPENTERS, GOE^TRACTORS Ar^D BIMLDERS. 
T)eniiison, Saujuel, Fulton, 111. 

Edney & Ilessler, Sixth av nr Catholic Church, Lyons. 
•CJanger, AV'illiam F, Sixth st cor ]SLTnsion, Lyons. 
Jlolling, George, i\Iain nr city limits, Lyons. 
llojfeudobler, Jolui, Contractor. Plana and specifications furnished. 

Shop and res Ninth av n e cor Fourth st,,, Clinton. 
Johnson, A P, n s Filth av w Sixth st, Clinton. 

Kelly, William, Fifth av w First st, Clinton. . ••■ ' 

King, G H, Fourth st, cor Sixth av, Clinton. 

Konkle, E. II., as Fifth av, 3 w First st, Clinton. • ' :' 

Lehman, Adam, s w cor Sixth st and Fourth av, Clinton. 

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Lord, Ilosea, western city limits, J.yoiis. 

JMcAdam, E, Seventli st cor Mansion, Lyons. 

Metzg-er, L. Specifications funiislied. Main cor Prospect, I^yOliH. 

Palmer, Dudley, Exchange, Stumbaugh's add, Lyons. 

Phillips, John, Sixth st cor Franklin, Lyons. 

Kiunble, (ieorye, 2[V^ Fifth av. Keeps in shop Sash, Doors and 

liiindte. Ke])airing promptly done. Clinton. 
Stafford, W S, Fifth av cor Seventh st, Lyons. 
Warner, F R, w s Seventh, nr North Public School, Lycnis. 
Winegard, A, First av bet Third and Fourth st, Clinton. 
Wrigiit, S., House Alover, es Fourth st cor Randolph, J.yons. 

CARPETS. 

Seaman Bros & Co, C and 4 Toll Block, Clinton. 
Towle, PS, s w cor Fifth av and Second st, Clinton. 
Wliilehousc & Alden, 214 Fifth av, Clinton. . 

CARRIAGE iVJAWUFACTURERS. 

Bryant, George, e s Second st bet Fourtii and Fifth avs, Clinton. 

P. S. Towle buys for cash and sells cheap, Clinton, Iowa. 

l^lanagan, J IT, 1.3 and 17 Fourth av, Clinton. 

"Flcijf, Aiulrc'w, geiicr.il niacksmitiiing and Wagon-work, Wheatland. 
Fuller, Cliarles, tnnlr Ca.-riagcs, Buggies and all kinds of Road Vehi- 
cles, and the Bashaw Wagon, Chambers st, i)e Wilt. 
llarman, William, Blaeksniithiug am! Repairiiig, Grand Mound. 
Jordan, M E, mnfr patent harrow, Ilauntown. 
Lloyd, P M. n s Puljlic Square, Lyons. 

Liiiul, H. L, mnfr Lund & Rami's PatcJit Harrow, Charlotte. 
McDowell, C 15., Fill h st cor Exchange, Lyons. 
Peek Ab I'^huia^iiit, Fifth av nr First st, Clinton. 
Stuart, J & W, Cherry st, Fulton, 111. 
Wise & Wo'^iyr^f n n Pearl l)et Fourtli and Fifth sts, Jiyons. 

C.^Aia F/SA?t3UFACTURER8. 
Clinton Chair Coiupaity, First st cor Seventh av, Clintoit. 

CSSAR mt f^^AP^UFACTURER. 

Greg-erson, Albert. Ribbons, Nails and Labels on hand. Iilain W 

Second st, Lyons. 
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COUNTY BUSINESS DIKECTOKY. 2*23 



CIGAR HUfiUFACTURERS. 
Armiiifftou & Huyck, \v s Second st bet Seventh and Eighth av3, 

Clinton. 
Boock, Charles, e s Third st nr Exchange, Eyons. 
Burmeister & Waspe, Jefferson st, De \Vitt. 
Grusendorf, John, Miiin w s Public Square, J>yons. 
Klingenstein, L, 38 JSJain st, Lyons. 
Kuklinsky, A, TOG Second st, Clinton. 
Matson, E, Second st bet Third and Fourth avs, Clinton. 
Miller, Victor. Choice stock of Tobacco, Pipes, &c. Your custom 

invited, w s Second st n Fifth av, Clinton. 
Miller & Hess (dealers), 51U Second st, Clinton. 
Neesley, Theodore. First class stock on hand. Sixth st nr Jackson, 

Lyons. 
Nissly, A R, Camanche. 

Piilfonl, C. I). Wholesale, largest stock. 210 Seventh av, Clinton. 
Schneider, A, 25 Main, Lyons. 



EUCALYPTUS \MII Cure Lung Complaint. 



Seivert, Ji, jr, n s Maiu bet Third and Fourtii, Lyons. 
TietjeuH, 11. 13., Tiiirdne cor Main, Lyons. 

CSGAJSS b.m TOBACCO. ' ' " 

Koetter, C!luirlcs, ]\lain n w corner Third st, Lyons. • ■ 
McCullouf^h, K. 15., ^l Co., Fourlh st cor Tenth av, Clinton. 
Olney & MeJVlahon, 518 Second st, Clinton. 
Pearson, C. \V., Delniar. 
Torreuec, H. K., 9)8 Fourth st, Clinton. 

CLOTHIMG. (See, al-o,MKuCHANT Tailors.) 
Bauni{?arten, A. Gents' Furnisliing Goods, &c. 31 Main st, Lyons. 
Buell & Boardn.aii. First class stock. CO Main st Lyons. 
Childs, Baer & Co, 208 Fifth av, Clinton. 
Goodjohn, T., Harrison cor Jefferson, De Witt. 
Levi, 1']., 206 Dunbar Block, Second st, Clinton. 

Lonjjiiii, M., Bl Main st, Lyons 

Marcellus, F E, hotel keeper, Fulton, 111. 

Seaman Bros & Co, 3 and 4 Tol l Block, Cli nton. . 

youths' and Boy's Clothing, A. Staiiber's, Clinton, la. 



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224 COUNTY BUyiNKSS IMUKCTOHY. 

Stauber, A., wholesale and retail, Second st, Clinton. 

Weil Bros., yeventii av cor Second st, (Clinton. .■, . • . ■'. 

COAL ^m wooo. 

Beach, RS, De Witt. ..i| , 

Mag-ill, S. G., whl and ret, foot Sixth av, Clinton. ','.i;." 

O'Neil, John, Pearl cor Second st, Lyons. '.•■.i -'sy 

Smith & Shoooratt, whl and ret, Fifth av, Clinton. ...■,'.' '- 

Ward, VV R, De Witt. ..; 

COfiFECTIONERY, FRUITS, ETC. 
Caille, William, 2;{2 Fifth av, Clinton. -v;;.;-'' 

Bringman, John II, Fourteenth av, cor Fourth st, Clinton. 
Breitliuff, J., New York Bakery, s s Fifth av w First st, Clinton. 
Caldwell, T. O., Main st, Canianche. 
Pearson, C. W., Xew Bakery, Delmar. 

Ilildebrandt, George, ss Main e Third, Lyons. ■ : •' :.?. 

Houseman, F, w s Second, s Seventh av, Clinton. '^'■y'i ■ 

Kilgore, J. C, Bread, Ties, Cakes, &c, Fulton, 111. ./ rv 

Buy Medicines, Lamps, Etc, at 0. B. Snyder's, Lyons, Iowa, 

Sherman, C L, 71 Main st, Lyons. 

Sherman, J L, 512 Second st, Lyons. •' ■• '■' '' 

Strayer, Thomas, Fourth st bet Thirteenth and Fourteentli avs, Clinton. 
Torrence, H. 1']., 91.S Fourth st, (Jliulon. 

COrJTR&CTfiR. (Maso.v AVouk.) ;. : ; . 

Kedcrcr, Joscpli. Coji/rac/s fur all classes of work', Jifason 
lyork, 'iHasle/'hi(/, Slone Culliitc/, Elm n w cor Fourtli, Clinton 

COOPERS. 
Ball, Keuhen, mnfr of cooperage and cooper's stock, shops ne cor 

Public Square, Lyons. 
Carson, T M, De AVitt. 

CROCKERY hm QUEIiaSWARE. 
Scott, II. Clay, whl and ret crockery, cutlery, lamps. &c, 20G Fifth av, 
Clinton. 

DlWTISTS. 

Edwards, .T, Calamus. 

Gould, J B, De ^Vltt. 

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Office rviniiture' ]\Ia(le to Order. Supply your' house with 
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COUNTY IiaSINKSS DIKECTOUY. 



Hopkins, A F, siii-{j;eon dentist, 222 Fifth ;iv, Clinton. 

3Icrkley, W. C, Si.yn ofGoldeu Tooth, Dunbar Block, w s Second 
n Seventh av, Clinton, 
' Mullett, i:. II., n s Fitth avXoSU, bet Second and Third sts, Clintoi.. 

Patterson, .Tolin, makes and repairs all kinds of artificial teeth, Ma- 
sonic Block, Lyons. 

Potter, F G, Union Block, Jefferson st, De Witt. 

Kiiihbun. R. S., n e cor Fourth st and Main, Lyons. 

Ric'ketts, B A, oflice iios <Jth av, Clinton, liquid nitrous oxide gas given 
as an anesthetic. 

Stettler, J G, Lost Nation. 

DRESSMAKERS. 

Brewcrton, Mrs. fasliionable dress and cloak maker, Fourth st s 

Tenth av, CUnton. 
Clark, Mrs. Annie, dresses and cloaks made in fashionable manner, 

510 Second st, Clinton. 

Buy Cheap Clothing at Seaman Bros. & Co., Chnton, Iowa, 

Fritz, Mrs. J. H., dressmaking, agent for W Coriiwell's self-fitting 
waist and shoulder chart, all kinds of hair w^ork, switches, luiir jew- 
elry, etc, 120 Fifth av, Clinton. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Boyd, Dr J R, Lost Nation. 

Coad «& Belk, 212 Filth av, Clinton. 

Elstun, Dr Jno B, Camanche. 

Foster, II. J., M D., Goose Lake. 

Gamble, T D, M D, Wheatland. 

Harvey, J. T., GLi3 Second st, Clinton. 

Hess, Elmer A, Delmar. 

Jungifi^, n, Charlotte. 

Kel]|^ John II, De Witt. 

Kii^^i F. H.,M. 1)., Homoeopathic Medicines, Second st s w cor 
Fifth av, Clinton. 

Lee, Francis, Fifth av s e cor Second st, Clinton. 

Manz & Majer, 78 Main st, Lyons, • ■ 

Merchant Tailoring at A, Stauber's^ 2d Street, Clinton* 

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22G COUNTY BUSINESS DIUECTOKY. 



Melick, J. B., s s Sixth bet Kandolph and Commercial, Lyons. 
Miller, H. I>., ^'rocer and postmaster, Grand Mound. 
Moore, Mrs. II. _1M., pure drugs, stationery etc, Wheatland. 
Muhs, Peter, Camanche. 

McCiillous-li, K. 13. & Co., Fourth st cor Tenth av, Clinton. ■ 
Olncy & McMaliou, whl and retail, 518 Second St, Clinton. 
Snyder, D. B., Fourth st n e cor Main, Lyons. 
Ward, J N, Fulton, 111. 

Wcstbrook & Son, s s JSIain stw Fourth. Lyons. 
Wilber, J. T., pure drugs, medicines, china, glass and crockery, goods 
cheap, Ehvood. 

DRY GOODS. 
Chardavoyne, Drew &, Co, De Witt. 
Batterson, S M, Wheatland. 
Beuzeville, George, Lyons. 
Brewer, I P, Clinton. 
Boartlmaii, II. C. & Co., Main, w s Public Square, Lyons. 



Best Line of Dress Goods at P. S. Towle's, Clinton, Iowa. 

Butterfield, Tlins F & Son, De Witt. 

Damon liros., clothing and furnishing goods, Calamus. 

Goodjohn, T, ILirrison st cor Jefferson, De Witt. 

Green, E. & Son, Fulton, 111. 

Haiirahan, W. F., genl mdse, Charlotte. 

Jessen A & Co, w s Second st s Twelfth av, Clinton. 

Leslie & Dunham, 230 Fifth av, Cliiiton. 

Lund Bros., 7;> jSLain st, Lyons. 

Merrill, Jolin 11. ..St Co., Grand Mound. 

iSTattinger, J A, 73 Main st. Lyons. 

Piersoii & Kinney, 1004 Fourth st, Clinton. 

Peterson, C, w s Second st n T}urd av, Clinton. 

Eice, M W, s e cor Fourth stand Main, Lyons. 

Seaman Bros & Co, 8 and 4 Toll Block, Clinton. 

Shields, William M, 1006 Fourth st Clinton. 

Towle, P. S., Fifth av s w cor Second st, Clinton. 

Vandevcr & Brazell, Low Moor. 



Furnisliing Goods,Hats and Caps, A. Stauber's, Clinton. 



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"Wliitehouse & Alden, 214 Fifth av, Clinton. 

DYE WORKS. 
Robertson, W. D., propr Compressed Steam Dye Works, 229 Fifth 
av, Clinton. 

FLQUR AND FEED. 

Carpenter, A., .Third st cor Main, Lyons. 

Cribb, 11 B, 144 Fifth av, Clinton. 

Gould. J E. Jefferson st, I)e Witt. 

Ifall, Peter V., Hour, feed, grain and produce, Fourth st cor Eleventh 

av, Clinton. 
Siddle Robert, Levee foot of Fifth av, Clinton. - 

FLOUR MILLS. 
Bannister Bros., Oriental J^Iills, First av cor Second st, Clinton. 
13arr, K P, jr, Cherry Creek Mills, DeWitt. 
Boock, F. F., Victor Flour Mills, Main w Ninth, Lyons. 
Camanelic ]>Iills, Frank Rice propr, choice family flour, Camanche. 
Conant, E & Co, Farmers' Mill, First cor Sixth av, Clinton. 



Dry Goods Cheap, at Seaman Bros. & Co., Clinton; Iowa. 

DcWitt City ]\lills; James E. Townsend, propr, Harrison cor Church, 

I)e Witt, mannfr of the patent process Hour, corn meal, etc. 
Fovar^-iie, Daniel, IClk River Red Mills, first-class Hour, Mead. 
Kidd Bros., Toronto Mills, choice family flour, corn meal, etc, 

Toronto. 
King, G W, 5 miles s Grand Mound. 

Pahl, Wni., propr Teed's Grove Flouring Mills, Teed's Grove. 
Phoenix Mills, Messrs Stewart & Brayton proprs, Lyons. 
White, TVni. C, manager Waterford Flour Mills, bet Goose Lake and 

Charlotte, 
Wohlcnberg, John Sl Co., Elk River Mills, Ilauntown. 

FURNITURE, (Also Undertaking.) 
Balster, LudAvijjr, dealer in furniture and undertaking, etc. Lost 

Nation. 
Beck, Wm, Camanche. " ' ' 

Glatts & Co, 93 and 95 Second st, Clinton. ■ ' 

Ilobein Bros, Fourth st n Main, Lyons. 

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228 COUNTY 15U.SINESS DIHECTOUY. 

.Tansseu & Struvo, Second st bctTljird and Fourth sts, (Linton. 
Jeniiiiig-s, 1). 15., e s Sixth 3 s Main, Lyons. 
Kester, A. M., n s Fiftli av bet First and Second, Clinton. 
Kling-ciistciii, Ij.j'SIJ Main, Lyonsi. 

Meredith & Hobbs, paper hangings, coffin trimmings, 91 and 92 Jeffer- 
son st, l)e Witt. 
Nonnenmaclier, A, Chambers st, De Witt, 
llice, E S, furniture and undertaking, Cahimus. 
AVirth, J, undertaker, AVheatkmd, 

FUR DEALER AND MANUFACTURER. 
Skinner, Win, 27 Main st, I^yons. 

GE?iiERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Anderson, II, ten mile house nr Bryant. 

Ashton &,Co, Delmar. 

I^enliain, V. 1?., dry goods, boots and shoes, clothing etc, Camanche. 

Brooks, N E, Elvira. 

Conistock & Wood, Lost Nation. 

Buy Dry Goods of P. S. TOWLE, Clinton, and save Money, 

Cowles, G & Co, Fulton, 111. 

Crone & ]>Ianley, dry goods, groceries and genl mdse, Bryant. 

Damon Bros., Calamus. 

Dickinson, A. O., dry goods, groceries, boots and »hoes, crockery &c, 

Calamus. 
Dreschler, Robert, Calamus. 
Fedderson & Lund, Teetsgrove. 
Finch, J C, postmaster, Mead. 
Forbes, H., everything in variety, Toronto. 
Fricky, Charles, now store, new goods, Ilauntown, 
Gohlnian, M. G., choice goods, lirst-class stock, Charlotte, 
Gosch, J H & Sons, Camanche. 
Green, II & Son, Fulton, 111. 

Hanrahan, W. F., large stock, call and examine, Charlotte. 
Iliggins, J, Malone. 
Ilouck, 11 E, Calamus. ,»? 

Irons & Perrin, Welton. 

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Jur^'ensen & Dickey, anything and everything, (Joose I^iike, 

li^ahler IJros, dry goods, grocers, Tariu implements, (Jnuid Mound. 

Lanj;r<)r(l, K. O., postmaster and station agt, Almont. 

LindlolT, Fred, 1302 Fourth, Clinton. 

Lehman, A & Co, Wheathmd. . ' 

Lord & Dutt, Lost Nation. 

Lyssaiid & Pierson, Calamus. 

Marcellus, F E, propr Union House, Fulton, 111. 

Merrill, John U. Sl Co., staple and fancy goods. Grand Mound. 

Miller, Wni & Co, Third st n of ^Main, Lyons. 

Moraii, G. T., groceries, dry goods and country prodece, Elwood. 

Miiri>hy, J., dry goods, boots and shoes etc., Charlotte. 

Petersen Bros, Wlieatland. 

Peterson, C, dry goods, groceries and country produce, Second st s 

Third av, Clinton. 
Reed, J C & Co, l)e Witt, 
lleiff & Nagel, Ijryant. 

Carpets at Seaman Bros. &. Co., Clinton, Iowa. 

Ilutenbeck, C, Lost Nation, 
Rogers, C G, Wheatland. 

Sadler, K. & Co., II J l»urgess, manager, Delmar. 
Smith, A., Wheatland. 
Schneider, L 11, "Wheathmd. 

Schuyler, P. J. & Son.s, general goods, produce, etc, Low Moor. 
; Tallman »?t,Shutts, Canumche. 

Thomas, WL, Elvira. • 

Thorn, G. "\V., Toronto. 

Trout & Derby, Delmar. 

Vandever & Brazell, "The Gorhara Cultivator," Low Moor. 

"Walls, Clun-les, gcul nidse, orders solicited, lUverside. 

Warner & AsUton, C3 and G5 Main, Lyons. 

AVestbrook,! 31. H., 77 Main, Lyons. 

Wcise «Sc Nov' cIs, (Jrand iNlouud. 

GRJ^m MERCHANTS A?«ID STOCK DEALERS. 

Butler & William-i, De Witt. 

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230 COUNTY BUSINESS DIUECTOKY. 

Clark »fe Beard, Ehvood. 

Dttimatt, Tlionias, grain and live stock, Low Moor. 

(Jates, Iliram, First bet Main and Pearl, Lyons. 

Hart, H. P., Low Moor. 

Hart & Kruse, Canianche. 

Hinckley, E C, Delmar. 

]>Iaj;-ill, S. G., foot Sixth av, Clinton. 

IVIerrill, John K. At Co., Grand Mound. 

]\Xeyer, diaries, Ehvood. 

Kicbolson, John, Calamus. 

Rose, J 13 & Co, 1)6 Witt. . ' 

Sirtdell, Hubert, foot of Fifth av, Clinton. 

Startzraan, J M, Fulton, 111. 

Tierney, James, Charlotte, res Lyons. 

Ward, W^ll, Do Witt. 

GROCERS. 
Anguish & Rumery, wholesale and retail, 210 Seventh av, Clinton, 



P. S. Towie buys for cash and sells cheap, Clinton, Iowa. 

Anthony, A T, Camanche. 

Ashton & Co, Delmar. 

Baer, F., groceries, provisions and saloon, Main w Eiy;hlh, Lyons. 

Bignall Bros, (514 Second st, Clinton. 

Bloom, A, De Witt. , - 

Brooks, J E, 61 Second st, Clinton. 

Buttertield, Thomas F, & Son, De Witt. 

Canty, J M, Delmar. 

Cavallier, L, Seventh n w cor Main, Lyons. 

Chamberlain, J. B., Camanclie. • 

Christiansen, C, Jefferson st, De Witt. 

Clarke, J. W., groceries, provisions, fruits and general country pro- 
duce. Goods delivered free, 105 Second st, Clinton. 

Cressler, C W, & Co, De Witt. 

Daiuou Bros., general merchandise. Calamus. 

Eisleben, 31rs. M., groceries, provisions, etc. Fourth st, cor Four- 
teenth av, Clinton. 



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Dr. E. R. Mullett, Dentist, Office 214, 5th Av., Clinton. 

COUNTY lUJSINKSS DIUKCTOUY. 231 

Ellis, T ir, 27 Ellis JJlock, I)e Witt. 

Ely, E. T., choice family groceries, Camanche av cor Eleventh st. 

Gajj^e, J. P., & Soil, Main cor Fourth, Lyons. 

Gode, Henry, Fifth av cor Second st, Clinton. , , . 

Hall & l^oUard, Thirteenth av cor Fourth st, Clinton. 

Ilenely, John, 92 Second st, Clinton. 

Jaiisen, H., & Co., family groceries, flour and feed, &c, Second st n 

Thirteenth av, Clinton. 
Junger, II, postmaster, Charlotte. < 

Kelly & O'llearn, De Witt. 
Kelly, John, Grand Mound. 
Lacliimind, G. O., family groceries, haras, slioulders, flour, &c, Fifth 

st cor Fifth av, Lyons. 
Leslie & Dunham, 230 Fifth av, Clinton. 
Liebler, J W, Calamus. 
Lohman & W'crder, Wheatland. 
Madden, M. K., choice variety of groceries. Seventh cor Main, Lyons 



Gents' Clothing Cheap, Seaman Bros. & Co., Clinton, Iowa. 

Mclick, J. B., Sixth bet Randolph and Commercial, Lyons. 

Mettes, R, Sixth nr Jackson, J^yons. 

Meyer, Anton, clioice family groceries, confectionery and general 

country produce, w s Sixth bet Sixth and Seventh avs, Lyons. 
McFherson, J W, Sixth n w cor Main. 
Nash Bros, 1UU8 Fourth st, Clinton. 
O'Connell, William, 700 Second st, Clinton. 

O'DoiiuclI, W. II., & Co., Seventh av n e cor Second st, Clinton. 
O'Malley, M, n s Main nr Sixtli, Lyons. 
Pape, J. H., Main, 3 w Sixth, Lyons. 

Peterson, Thomas, choice family groceries, 110 Second st, Clinton. 
Fearse, J G, De Witt. 
Pfcil, Conrad, groceries, crockery, notions, etc. Second av cor Fourth 

st, Clinton. 
Rademacher, Charles, Fourth st cor Sixth av, Lyons. 
Kies & Godskesen, 520 Second st, Clinton. 
Robbins, W E, Fourth st s Twelfth av, Clinton. 



Touths' and Boy's Clothing, A. Staaber's, Clinton, la. 



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232 COUNTY BUSINKSS DIKECTOUY. 

F. C. FI Fl ELD, 
DEAX.13R i:^ STOVES ^ TIIT"^:^rAHS, 

TIN, <:<M'l'i:ifi AM) SllKKT IU»» VVOUKIIl. 

ROOFING & GUTTERING, & HOUSE FUIINISIIING (JOODS. 
WHEATLAND, --..--- IOWA. 

Koch & Miohelsoii, Sixth s e cor JMain. Lyons. 

Kyan, E, De Witt. 

Seaman, S C, Fovirtli st cor Tenth av, Clinton. , ; 

Stalhm, T J, De Witt. 

Summers, O & C, Fulton, 111. ■ 

AViney, L G, Charlotte. ' , 

■Winterstecn, B. F., Ji s Main, e Fourth, Lyons. 

Wisner, George, Sixth bet Park and Commercial, Lyons. 

HUMAN HAIR. 
Harvey, Mrs. E. J., 00.3, Second st, Clinton. 

HARDWARE, STOVES, AND TIMWARE. 
Allar & Hayes, Fourth st, cor Eleventh av Clinton. 



P. S. Towie sells Cloaks, Furs, and Ladies' Suits, Clinton. 

Anthony, A T, Camanclie. 

Baldwin Bros., 7!) Main, Lyons; First st, Clinton, will hardware. 

Braasch, John, ss Main, w Third, Lyoiis. 

Carstensen &:, Allen, 74 Main, Lyons. . '. 

Clark, S II, tinware, Ehvood. 

Cowles, G & Co, Fulton, 111. : - 

Cutler, Thomas, Camanclie. 

Flannery,r, also agricultural implements, DeWitt. 

Enjfel, N. J., Tin and sheet-iron worker, Charlotte. 

Gillette, Ed. P., New stock, call and examine, Lost Nation. '■ 

Holleran & Downs, large variety stoves &c., Fulton, 111. 

Krein, Henry, Second st, bet Third and Fourth avs, Clinton. 

McCarthy, M. AV. & Co., very largo assortment, Calamus. 

McCluer, J . L.. Fourth st n w cor N inth av, Clinton. ^ ..■ ■ 

Parker, L W & E B, Delmar. 

Rodman & Hicks, Main Lyons. 



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M.W. McCarthy & Go., 

Oe'jileM' ill 

STOVE S, H ARD'WARB 

: CUTLERY, PUMPS, ETC. 
Tin Spo-ating <& H.oofing Done to Order. 

Ilif^liest market price puid Tor old Iron, co])i)er; brass and rags. 



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DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, GtOTHING, 

Boots, Shoes, Gents' Furnishing CJoods,' ilats, 0:iys, potions, and 
an Assortment of (Jeneral Merchandise. 

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GENERAL DEAL imS IN ;. 

Dry Goods, Groceries and Fancy Dress Goods, ^^ 

Shawls, Parasols, j^oots. Shoes, Hats, Caps, Gloves, 
Crockery, China Ware and Notions, 

CALAMUS, - - - IOWA. 



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-T, P. GAGE. 



BIDWELL GAGE. 

J. P. GAGE ^& SON. ^ 
F JL'OVn I L IT a- K. O C E !?> s, 
And Genoral Produce Dealers, 

t.Cohier Main -and Foin-lU.Sh-eds,- ■:_, 
LYONS, , - . IOWA. 



H. D. PATToK; jr: 



Maniiractarei' of and Dealfjr in 



'9) ^tms^-'M^JSi-fll^j^f, 

Bridles, Whips, Robek, &c 
BRYANT, - - lOVV^A. 



GEORGE M O N T A G N ,E. > 

G-KiNTLKiviKivS' oLO':rnrTVG , ;J 

Cleaned, Dyed and Eepaired in the Neatest Manner 

Your Custom Kespectftilly'liivittul >;'» 

Third Street, , - LYONS, IOWA, ^ 

L. JECLiisra-iBisrsTEzisr, :| 

; - Manager for ; - ' ^' 

A:'H. b ras'h. f 

Dealer in , "£' 

Fumitiire^ PicttiFe; Frames, | 

M. J J Main Street. .L Y O N S , 1 O W A . ' f 



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Smith c't Homer, De Witt. 

Speucer, Georj-c, 22-i Fifth av, Clinton. 

Talbot, AV. H., w s Jelferson nr tlie Square DeWitt. 

Vandever & Brazell, the (iwiham Cultivator, Low Moor. 

Wiieeler, C N, Fulton, 111. 

Williams H, Weymouth's old stand, DeWitt. 

Young & Armstrong, Fifth av, Clinton. 

HARTJESS, SADDLES, ETC. 
Adams, D P, 141 Fifth av, Clinton. 
Beck, William, Camanche. 

IJrowu, C. W., harness mnfr and dealer (see advt), Calamus. 
I>utclier, C L, w s Main e Sixth st, Lyons. 

Oilkcsou T. E., mnfr harness, saddles, collars, 137 Fifth av, Clinton, 
llaas, Charles A, Delmar. 

Haas, J., Tenth av w Fourth st (see advt), Clinton. 
Hetlden, James. Fine harness a specialty. De Witt. 
Kelley, J l\ De Witt. 

Buy Cheap Clothing at Seaman Bros. & Co., Chnton, hwa. 

Kramer, J W, Lost Nation. 

Marquis, "William li., first class stock,, 50 Main st, Lyons. 
Patton, H, l).,jr., line variety of No. 1 goods, Ik-yant, 
Schraitz Bros, 12!) Fifth av, Clinton. 

HOTELS. 
Aokennan, J. P., Ackerman Hotel, Toronto. 
lioock, Mrs. C, proprietress Western Hotel, Bryant. 
Bruckeii, Adolpli, ptopr. Janssen's Hotel. Thoroughly first-class, 

Grand Mound. 
Central Hotel, Messrs. Bent &Cottrell, propr's. First-Class. Fourth 

av, cor First st, Clinton. 
Central House, A. IE. Dick, prop'r, w s Fourth, s of Mam, Lyons. 
Conroy, L., Commercial Hotel, Seventh av nr Second st, Clinton. 
Deeker House, D. P. Smith, prop'r, Matjuoketa. 
Franklin House, Henry Dibbern prop'r, De Witt. 
Foley, John, prop'r Centennial House, cor of Tenth av and Thircj st 

Clinton. ; 



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2?A COUNTY BUSINESS DlilECTOUY. 

Gates House, J. M. Gates, prop'r, De Witt. 

Grcve, J. IF., i)roi)'r Faviuer's Ilcaiie; good sta'ule roour, Pearl, bet 

Second and Tliirdsts, Lyons. 
Goose Lake House, l\-ter Krnse prop'r, Goose T.ake. 
Gerhard House, Henry Gerhard proi)'r, Sixth av n w cor First st Clinton. 
Haiidt, Jolni, i)rop'r Northern House; good acconnnodations and 

stabling; Calamus. 
Ingler, John, prop'r Elvira House, Elvira. 
Jackson H., proper ]SIillvie\v House, Riverside,. 
Juiiotioii House, Charles O'Brien proi>'r. A strictly first-class house; 

livery stable in coiniection; by W. E. Crane, Dehnar. 
Marshall House. Second st, cor Eleventh av, Clinton. 
3Iiller, Wni. , prop'r FaruK r's Home, He Witt. 
Naj^-el, Fritz, pro])'r Germania House; saloon attached; Twelfth av 

w Second st, Clinton. 
Niesseu, l»eter, proji'r Elk River Hotel, Hauntown,Elk River Twp. 
Pearse, Mvh. N". A., Pacilic House, I)e^Vitt. 



Best Line of Dress Goods at P. S Towle's, Clinton, Iowa. 

Pennsylvania House. Nic Conrad prop'r, Pearl cor Sixth, ]>yons. 

Peunsylvamia Hoiise, Cap't Ritich, Piior'u; Good, Comkoictakle 
Accommodations at Reasonable Rates. Second -st, bet Elm 
I and First av, Clinton. 

j Kailroad lloiisj', .Jacob Tiessen, iirop'r, 0|->p depot. Goose Lake. 

i Revere House, Aloiilton & Conine, propr's. FIRST-CLASS. Cor 

Second st and Fomlh av, Clinton. 

Revere House, Fulton, 111. 
} Slierniau Hous<', ]\Iathias Raun propr, Charlotte. 

Sixth Avenue House, John L. Ciiessler, ss Sixtliav, w Second st, Clinton, 
I Sniitli, Jonas, i)rop'r Siiaron House, Lost Nation. 

'j St. Charles Hotel, R Rinehammer prop'r, Fourth st, cor Thirteenth 

^ av. llou'se entirely relitted. §1.50 per day. 

j St. Louis House, Pliillip J. Tliornton, Front st, Lyons. 

Thiessen's Hotel, Pearl st, bet Third and Fourth, Lyons. 
i Transit House, J . M. Lincoln, manager. Second st, n e cor Eighth av, 

* Clinton. 



Furnishing Goods,IIats and Caps, A. Staubej's, Clinton. 



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COUNTY BUSINESS DlKECTOllY. 235 

TriiYcllei-'s ilcst, P. Cook, i)i\)i)'r. Good ixcconimodations. Also a 
restaurant in connection. First st, coi' Wasliin^ton, De Witt. 

Tucker House, E. M. Tucker prop'r, Wheatland. 

Union House, F. Grusendorf proper, Third, bet Main and Pearl, Lyons. 

Vaiil>oraii House, S. Van Dorau prop'r, Main, cor Eighth, Lj'ons. 

Wavcrly House, C. A. AVestover prop'r. A new house. Everytliing 
first-class. Near depot cor Tenth and Third, Clinton. 

Ziuj4ieuvau, Marx, prop'r ]5ryant Hotel. Goodaccomodi.tions. Bryant. 
INSURAPiCE AGENTS, (fike&life.) 

Baiuler, Georg-e G., Room 4, Toll Block, Clinton. 

Bowers, H. F., Room G, Toll Block, Clinton. 

IJeiitley, C. E., PoslotPice Buikkng, Fifth av, Clinton. 

Cluircher, J. H., Fire & Life, 8 Bank Block, Clinton. 

Cotton, V/. xV., De Witt. 

Cirawlbrd, J/15., 212 Fifth av, Clinton. 

Duttoii, Jerome, Wheatland. • . ,.-. 

Fegan, J. I)., Fifth av, Clinton. 

Dry Goods Cheap, at Seaman Bros. & Co., Clinton, Iowa. 



lloyt. W. F., Room 4, Toll J^loek, Clinton. 
McCiuire, ,)oliu F., Room 5, Bank Block, Clinton. 
Kyder, 1). L., Ileal Instate and Ins. Ay't, Omce,Rooui 1, Shield's 
Block, Fourth st Clinton, represents the following Companies : 

Koyal Canadiiui Iiicunuicn of Moafieal, WoslchcHicr Iiisuriuicc Co of New York, 
Giriird of J'liilu(J(jl))lii;i, Pa., Wuslern Insurance Co. olToronto, Ont., Meicluuit's In.su- 
rance Co. of Newark, Gorman Int-urancu Co. oTFrueporl, 111. Fairlield InBiuancw Co. 
ol Sonih Norwallc, Conn., Rochester German Insurance Co. of llocliester, New York, 
American Insurance Co.. of Chicago, 111., Firemen's In.^urance Co. of Dayton, Ohio, 
Alliance Insurance Co. of Ko.stou Muss., and Commercial Ins. Co. of St, Louis. 

Root, J. C, 'i'3 Main st, Lyons. 

AVilcox, J. P., Postotlice Bnilding, Fifth av, Clinton. 

iROri WORKS. ' '" ' 

Clinton Iron "Works, Frank G.JSToyes propr. Second st cor Eleventh av,' 

Clinton. 
Cuinming-.s Bros. Manufj^- Co., manufrs Saw Mill machinery, Third 

n Pearl. Lyons. 
Union Iron Works, First av cor First st, Clinton. 

EUCALYPTUS Will Cure Bronchitis. 



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236 COUNTY UUSINKSS DIRECTORY. 

LAU?s!DRY. 
Dsvna, M. E., propr New York Laundry, 231 Fiftli av, Clinton. All 
goods delivered iind called for free of charge, your custom solicited.- 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Bunker, Charles B, Exchange bet Second and Third sts, Lyons. 

Cady, Frank, Transit House, Second st, Clinton. 

Crane, AV. E., Junction House Livery, Dehnar. 

crouch, Z. AV., Third cor j\Iain, Lyons. 

Hover, J. AV., Tucker House Livery, ^Vheatlanft. 

Knowltou & MoCorkeiulale, s s Sixth av w First, Clinton. 

McKiuley & IMuteliler, n s Fourth av bet First and Second sts^ 

Clinton. 
Snaith & Coe, Fourth av bet First and Second sts, Clinton. 
Tiltou 1) N, Fourth st cor Tliirteenth av, Clinton. 
Toll, D 11, Filitli av bet First and Second sis, Clinton. 

LUMBER. 
Anthony & McI..oskey, C<inianclie. 



Buy Dry Goods of P. S. TOWLE, Clinton, and save Money, 

Culbertson, Smith & Co, Fulton, 111. 
! Clinton Lumber Co., First st cor Third av, Clinton. 

I Dupuis, T F, Delmar. 

( Gorham Wm. Lost Nation. 

Joyce, D, whl and retail, Chicago av cor Fifth, Lyons. 

"Lamb, C. A: Son.s, Second fif, Clinton. 

]^amb Byng Co, The, Riverside. 

Lang-ford & Hall, ollice and Mill Water st, Fulton, III. 

Liebler, J. AV., Calamus. 

Lohberg, Frank, retail dealer in lumber and posts, s w cor .l^ublic Srf^ 
Lyons. 

Kuus, Chius C, Elwood. 

Stockwell, Irii, Sixth av cor Third, Lyons. 

AVadleigh, AVelles & Co., (wliolesale) upper mills, Lyons. 

Walker, S B, also agricultural implements, Calamus. 

AVestover, C S, Delmar. 

AVoods & Hall, sash, doors and blinds, Wheatland. 

Merchant Tailoring at A. Jitaubcrs, 2d Sreet, Clinton. 



Di'. E. R. MuUett, Dentist, Ofiice ^4 5th Av., Clinton. 



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Ycyuiig, W J & Co, e s .Second st s Tenth av CHinton. 

LUEViBER TRIMMER 
E'razier, T. J.. nPanfr Frazier^s Patent Lumber Trimmer, office a»d 
factory Front bet Main and Exchange, Lyons. 
MACHI^JIST. 

r'elton, T G, manufrs of liglit machinery and models, gas and steam fit- 
tings, brass founder, &c, Main s w cor Second t-t, Lyons. 
MARBLE WORKS. 
Balch & McDonnell, Sixtli cor Exchange, J>yons. 
CcMiley, D., I>c Witt Marble AVoiks, De Witt. 
Doe Bros, Seventh, cor Main, Lyons. 
O'Conner, D, s w cor First st and Fifth av, Clinton. 
Smith, W, Second *t cor Second av, Clinton. 

MEAT MARKETS. 
Appleton, Iloberl, Lost Nation. 
Barnes, Thos, Seventh cor i\Iain, Lyons. 
Barton, W IL Fourtli st bet Nintli ami Tenth avs, Clinton. 



Carpets at Seaman Bros. & Co., Clinton, Iowa. 



Blade, George, De Witt. 

Blood, Obed, Fourth st, Buell's add, Lyons. 

IJoain, Bcnj., Union Merit .Market, 80'J Fourth st nr Ninth av, Clinton, 

15o\V(len & Gleniior, Dehnnr. 

Central Market, Messrs Leake & Eyre, proprs, ss Fifth av bet Second 

and Third sts, Clinton. 
Davis, W, Fourth st bet Eighth and Nintli avs, Clinton. 
Gerold, Henry, Second st bet Third and Fourth avs, Clinton. 
ILarris, Geo L, Low Aioor. 
Ileilman, Lee, Camanche. 

Leediiam, Thomas, 7.3 JNIain, Lyons. . 

Leedham, AVm, n e cor Sixth and JSlain, Lyons. 
Lloyd, John, Fourth st cor Thirteenth av, Glinton. 
Olisaim, H. A., Main bet Sixth and Seventli, Lyons. 
Ohsann, Christ, 115 Main, Lyons. 
Fetersen, Otto, Charlotte. 
Pippintr, Charles, s e cor Second st and Sixth av, Clinton. ^^^^_ 

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238 COUNTY BUSINESS DIUKCTOIiY. 

Smith, Iliij^li, ])eliiKii-. 

Tate, IXaviil, iSecond :iv bet Fourth .'{nil Fiftl. sta, Clinton. 
Teege, Theodore, (J rand Mound. 
Utts,Gottlieb, Fulton, 111. 
"VVeiidellxn'n & Johnson, De Witt. 

Zwcif^-art, Honry, proyr -Meat Market, 94 Second st bet Second and 
Third avs, Clinton, 

P;^ERCH/lfn TAJLOnS. 

Conlin, Edward, 113 Main, Lyons. 

Craig, J, Jefferson st, I)e Witt. • 

Grimes, Martin, 711 Second st, Clinton. 

Hatton, I'j., merchant tailor, dealer in imported and domestic cloths, 

cassimeres and gents' furnishing goods. Second st bet Sixth' And Sev- 

entli avs, Clinton. 
J^evi, E.liUG Dunbar Block, Second st, Clinton. 
Montaj^ne, Geo., Third stnMain, Lyons. 
Murray, James, 21'J Fifth av, Clinton. 

P. S. Towie buys for cash and sells cheap, Clinton, Iowa. 

Porter, George, J^ostoSlation. 

Rawoilh, Samuel, -12 Sixth av, Clinton. 

Seaman l$ro,s. & Co., 2 and 3 Toll JJlock, Clinton. 

Staiiber, A., 61(J Second st, Clinton. 

Sutherland, James, bl2FourtIi st, Clinton. 

Volkman, A, cor Broadway and Base, Fulton, 111. 

Weil tiros.. Second st coi' Third av, Clinton. 

Pv/1!LII.*JERY km mWUni^l GOODS. 

Boyd, Mrs, Lost Nation. 

Cnrtis, Mrs. C. L., 59 ]\Iain, Lyons. 

Conlin. Mrs J, Main bet Second and Third, Lyons, 

l)aly, Mrs Frank, 7G Main, Lyons. 

Faville, N. 15., millinery notions, ladies' furnishing goods, jeWelry, 

etc, w 3 Fourth st bet Ninth and Tenth avs, Clinton. 
Harding, J W, G04 Second st, Clinton. 
Ilaworth, Mrs II, Delmar. 
Hubbard & Buder, Delmar. 

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Kellogg & Bibbius, 33 Jeffer?on st, De Witt. 

Miller, Miss Tillio,|Miirinery Goods and Ladies' Fiivnislrings^ 211 

Fifth av, C'liuton. 
Peck Mrs C O, n s Fifth av bet Second and ThLixl sts, lUinton. 
Richardson, Mrs 1) W, Tenth av nr cor Fourth st, Clinton. 
Teaolioiit, Mrs. S. 1'^., Camanche. ■■ •■ * 

Thompson, A. M., 239 P'ifth av, Clinton. 

MITTEN FACTORY. H 

Bailey, Monroe & Co. Mitten Factory and Tannery, Canianche, '.^ 

NEWSPAPERS. 
Clinton Age, Edw II Thayer, Editor and Fro])r, iJauk Block, Clinton. '- 
Clinton County Advertiser, [ J C Hopkins, Editor and Proprietor. 

Main cor Fourth, Lyons. 4 

Clinton Herald (daily and weekly), Waldo M Potter, Editor, Second , 

st bet Fourth and Fifth avs, Clinton. .i' 

Delinar Journal, F II IJennett, Editor, Delmar. 
Do Witt Observer, S II Shoemaker, Editor and Proprietor, De Wift. 



P. S. Towie sells CloakSj Furs, and Ladies' Suits, Clinton. 

Iowa Volks-Zeltung, F G Pfeiiler & Co, publishers, 216 Fifth av, 

Clinton. 
Lyons Mirror, Beers & Eaton, proprs, 31 Main, P. O. P.ld^', Lyons. 
Western AVorknian, published by J C Hopkins, in the interest of tlie 

A O U W., Lyons. 
Wheatland News, Frank Dennis, Editor, Wheatland. ■ ■ • '' ': 

NURSERIES, 
lilnuis » . ^atton, Western Nurseries, 1 mile w of Lyons. ■ 

PAINTERS. 
Crosby, Fotham, House, Sign and ()ni;iniental Painter, Glazier and 

Paper Panger, Your custom respectfully solicited, 804 Fourth st, 

Clinton. 
Evans, P L, cor Eighth and JNIain, Lyons. / 

Munroe, »T., Calsomining, Paper Hanginfr, Painting in lall'branches, 

shop s s Fifth av w First st, Clinton. 
Pease, G. II., Au-ri;ige ;JiUi(l Sign Painter, Pearl bet Fiftjii a.wd;SixUi 

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leadine; out of Clinton, and contains the local news of ilie cities of (Jlinloii and Lyons, iind 
contiguous cities and towns*, besides telograplilc, and other L'enernl ucwm of (he day. 

The Weeklt Heralc gives more copiouH reiiorfw of nil lounty uiatiern than can he', 
found elojwhere, together wilh l-'ourt and Supervisor proceedings, city inul county niiwM, 
i;;,,, •;;■ ;w"ii'ket reports, *iid tjcneral intelligence of all kiiuln. hcit-ideB editorial dincus.sioiis oi all ' '•' 
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BROWN, OEORaE P., Hoiase, Sign 

and Oi-naiiioutJil Painter, Paper Ilaiij^ei-, 
Graiiiei- and Glaz:ier. 
"Your Ordei-s Holicitetl. 

North side Second av, bet Second and Third sts, CLINTON. 

Humble, Fred, 233 Fiftli av, Clinton. 

Smith & Taylor, 905 Fourtli St, Clinton. ,.'■. 

PAPER MANUFACTURERS. 
Clinton Paper Co., A. Siddle, secretary, Nineteenth av cor Fifth st, 

Clinton. 
Lyons Paper Co, cor Jackson and Fifth sts, Lyons. 

PHOTOGRAPH GALLERIES. 
Clarke, Seth, Fourth st bet Eighth and Ninth avs, Clinton. 
Fcrj^iison, W.'' F., People's Gallery, Third av nw cor Second st, 

Clinton. , 

Field, Mr. & Mr.s., Photo Artists, gallery. Main w Fifth st, Lyons. 



Buy Cheap Clothing at Seaman Bros. & Co., Clinton, Iowa. 

Gordon, Miss Gertie, Wheatland. 

llainiliold, ]>rr. & lUr.s., Second st, n e cor Fifth av, Clinton. •■■ ■ 

Keed, J. H., 2(is Fifth av, Clinton. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Clanding, A 0, Ilonao^opathist, ollice and res cor Main and Seventh sts, 

Lyons, 
Boyd, John II, Church cor Dodge, De Witt. : ' ' '. 
13oyd, J il. Lost Nation. 

Bryning, S G, n w cor Fifth av and Second st, Clinton, res Fulton, 111. 
Caiumack, Francis F., Fourth st bet Ninth and Tenth avs, Clinton. 
Cogswell, C II, s s Seventh av e Third st, Clinton. 
Corbin, J S, res Fourth av w Third, Clinton. , 

Daly, Martin E., Bryat. 
Deeds, O E, Delmar. 

Dennison, G A, 1 s Franklin House, De Witt. 

Elstun, John E, Model Drug Store, Camanche. ■ . 

Erwin, J B, Seventh av bet Fifth and Sixth sts, Clinton. 



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242 COUNTY BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Farnsworth, P J & II S, 7 Bank Elock, res 408 Fifth av, Clinton. 

Foster, H. J., Goose Lake. 

Hart, E J, Camanche. 

Hayes, James F, Third av nr First st, Clinton. 

Hazard, ITeiiry, cor Fourth st and Tenth av, Clinton. ' ' 

Ireland, A B, Camanche. 

Kalkstein, L V, German Accoucheur, Wheatland, 

Kellog-g-, C. F., M D, in charge of Clinton County poor, Charlotte. 

King', E. H., Homoeopathic physician and surgeon, n w cor Fifth av 

and Second st, Clinton. 
Kniskern, L II, res cor Seventh and Washington, Lyons. 
Langan & Fitzgerald, (D L & Wm F), l)e Witt, 
MacQuigg, Wm, Sixth nr Dndge, Lyons. 

Mannmg, Chas D, Camanche. .. . ■• 

McArtlnir, 0. A., I'ourth s w cor Main. 
McCormick & Smith, w s Third st s Fifth av, Clinton, 
McKenzie, H. M., Elwood. 



Best Line of Dress Goods at P. S. Towle's, Clinton, Iowa. 

Melick, J. B., Sixth bet Randolph and Commercial, Lyons. 

Mewherter, J H, Elvira. 

Meyer, C W, G Bank Block, Clinton. .- 

Morgan. A W, roo?;n 3 Rule's bldg, De Witt. 

Paxon, W C, 6 Bank Block, cor Second st and Sixth av, Clinton. 

Robinson, C L, e s Third nr Excliange, Lyons, 

eioan, M G, Charlotte, ■. . 

Van Zant, G W, Charlotte. 

Vary & Cqrtis, Jeffertjon wv Chamberlin, De Witt. , 

Waggoner, M R, (homoeopathic), Jefferson st», De Witt. 

Warren, J N, oflice room 3 Ellis Block, De Witt. 

Westbrook, E M, 105 Main, Lyons. ■ . 

Wetherell, G F, Main s w cor Fourth st, Lyons. 

Wetmore, A, n s Eighth av w Fourth, Clinton. 

Yeomans, Mrs C, 402 Sixth av, Clinton. 

PICTURE FRAME MANUFACTORY. 
Backus, Geo. H., propr Clinton Picture Frame Manufactory, 222 
Fifth av, Clinton. 

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COUNTY BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 243 



PIANOS AND ORGANS. 
Brown, L. F., Jeflfei'sou st, De Witt. 
Bullard, J Henry & Co, Postoffice bldg Fiftli av, Clintoil. 
Conant, L A, 234 Fifth av, Clinton. 
Peek, C. O., whl aiid retail dealer in first-class pianos and organs, 216 

Fifth av, Clinton. 

PLUMBER, 
K6ndall, Georjire, practical plumber, gas and steahi fitter, repairing 

and jobbing, pumps &c, 519 Second st, Clinton. 
PRINTERS. (Book x Job.) 
Allen, L. P., Fifth av 1st door w of postofliice, Clinton* • 
Bennett, F. K., Delmar Journal. 
Dennis, Frank, Wheatland iSews, Wheatland. 
Beers «& Eaton, 81 Main, poatofllce bldg, Lyons. . ." 

Shoemaker, S Ii; De Witt. 

Thayer, Edward H., Clinton Age, Bank Block, Clinton. 
Hopkins, J. C, Clinton County Advertiser, Lyons. 

Dry Goods Cheap, at Seaman Bros. & Co., Clinton^ Iowa. ,■■ 

Pfeiflcr, P. G. & Co., Iowa Volks Zeitung, Clinton. 

PUMP MANUFACTURERS. 

Clongh, S. G. & Sons, manufrs The Lyons Wood Pumps, and the 
8torm King Wind Mill, iron pumps, &c, wells drilled, Main cor 
Eighth, Lyons. 

Cranston, D. J., manfr and dealer in I XL De Witt Pumps, (porce- 
lain lined and maple cylinders), dog powers, &c. Sixth cor Jefferson, 
De Witt. 

Maxfield & Hall, s s Main bet Seventh and Eighth, Lyons. ., , 

REAL ESTATE. 

Bander, Geo. G., room 4 Toll Block, Clinton, - , 

Bentley, C. E., Postofflce bldg Fifth av, Clinton. 

Bowers, H. F., room 6 Toll Block, Clinton. 

Crawford, J". B.v 212 Fifth av, Clinton. 

Crouch, A. P., r,l^ Fifth av, Clinton. 

Dutton, Jerome^ ins agt, notary public, and justice of the peace, 
Wheatland. 

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244 COUNTY BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Fegan, J. I>., 212 Fifth av, Clinton. 

Haywood, G. & Son, Fourth st bet Kinth and Tenth avs, Clinton. .. 

Huntingdon, \Vm W A, Calamus. :"■ 

McGuire, Jno. F., room 5 JJank Block, Clinton. . • 

teck, W B, 20G Fifth av, Clinton. ','■%■ 

Root, J. C, 73 Main, Lyons. ;■ :■• 

Stine, Jesse, AVheatland. -..-.. 

Whitney, D, loan and collection, 47 Union Block, De Witt. - ' • ' '' 

Wilcox, W P, P O Bldg,. Fifth av, Clinton. 

RESTAURANTS. 

Bugg, Louisa, Third n Main St, Lyons. ' .... ■ ' ■■'.■'■' 

Caldwell, T. O., Main st, Camanche. ' ' ■ ■ • ' " ' 

Curry Bros, 31 Jefferson st, l)e Witt. 
Draucker, Mrs. F., proprietress, Fifth av, Restaurant. Meals at all 

hours." Booth's celebrated Oysters. 148 Fiftli av, Clinton. 
Jones, T. M. Grand Central. Fifth av opp PostoOice, Clinton. 
Pearson, C. W., Delmar. 

Buy Dry Goods of P. S. TOWLE, Clinton, and save Money. 

Saxton, J. II, Jefferson st, De Witt. 

Sherman, J L, 512 Second st, Clinton. 

Sherman, C L, s s Main w Fourth st, I^yons. .■■■"'' 

Smith, John, Davis Block, s w cor. Sixth av. and Second st., Clinton, 

SALOONS. 

Andy, 0, 513 Second st, Clinton. '■ ■ •■ ' i - • 

Baer, F., Main bet Eighth and Nirrth sts, Lyons, > ; ■ ■ . 

Barlen, William, Main cor Ottawa, Lyons, ■ -■ 

Blocker, iST C, Wheatland. :'■ • , ". 

Brady, Peter, Fourth cor Thirteenth av, Clinton. 

I5nnz, NicliQlas, propr Six Mile House. Good Wines, and refresh- 
ment for man and beast. Picnic Hall. Tietjcns'. 

Burg-er, George, jn'opr Lyons Shooting Park *Saloon, Ninth st, city 
limits, Lyons. 

Burns, Daniel, Fourth st cor Twelfth av, Clinton. • ■"' • ■.'• ' 

Burke, Robert M, 709 Second st, Clinton. v •, i- ' 

■Callaghan, John, cor Sixth and Park sts, Lyons. 

EUCALYPTUS Will Cure Dyspepsia. 



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OOUKTY BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 24& 

Canty, T E, choice wines, fresh beer, Dehnar. 

Chandler, William, ISeeond st bet Fourth and Fifth avs, Clinton. 

Clajfk, Patrick, Second av cor Seventh st, Clinton. 

Clausen, William, Pearl bet Second and Third sts, Lyons. 

Conley, John, Fourth st bet Fourteenth and Fifteenth avs, Clinton. 

Cosner, J P, 509 Second st, Clinton. 

FggerS', Hans, Main st, city limits, Lyons. 

.Engel, Franz, Charlotte. 

Fiitchett, Tlioiims. The First-class ])lace of Low Moor. 

Fralini, Henry, propr Court House Saloon, Ehn n w cor Second st, 

Clinton. 
Feddersen, Feddcr, propr Billiard Hall, Main w s Public Square, 

Lyons. 
Fritcher, Abrain, propr saloon and Billiard Hall, Toronto. 
Fullen, James, Delmar. , 

Gradert, Mrs M, Nine Mile House from Lyons. 
drove, Peter, propr Six Mile House (from Lyons.) Choice Wines, 

Fresh Beer, and Cigars. Call and see me. 

Carpets at Seaman Bros. & Co., Clinton, low'a. 



'Grierson, J, Camanche. 

ILagen, Louis, Wheatland. , , ,. . ■' 

Jlaley, John, 39 Fifth av, Clinton, 

Hass, Christian, propr saloon and Hotel. Pleasant accommodations. 

" Bryant. , ,,.■... 

Herring, A D, Wheatland. , .■•.,;,.,;. ^ ■. . . ,,i.-, 

Hess, A, Calamus. ' 

Hott'inau, Joseph, propr National Saloon, ws Second st s Main 

st, Lyons. • ', . , 

Hodson, J C, Third st, cor Pearl, Lyons. ; . .. , ;■' 

Holm, Henry, 02 Main. Newspapers and Periodicals on file. Lyons. 
IHidson, George, Low Moor. , ,■■.... 

Jansen, Andrew, Charlotte. . 

Jansen, Josias, cor Elm and Second, Clinton. 

Jordan, John, propr Hauntown Saloon. First-class refreshments. 
Jordan, Peter, ii s Main ur Sixt^i st, Lyons. 

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346 COUNTY BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Kaclock, Robert, Wine and Beer saloon, 88 Jefferson. De Witt. 

Karlle, August, nr depot C & N 11 11, De Witt. 

Kean, John, Second st bet First and Second avs, Clinton. 

Kilg-orc, M. II. Billiard Parlor, Cherry next Revere House, Fultort, 111. 

Kraus, Nicholas, prop'r Vicksburg Saloon, Main, nr Tenth st, Lyons. 

Lass, Peter, Main nr city limits, Lyons. 

Maples, Thomas, propr Billiard Saloon, Fourth st, under Haywood's 

Bank, Clinton. 
Martens, H., 103 Second st, Clinton. 
Mewes, John J, billiard hall, Lost Nation. 
Meyer, B 11, Third st nr Main, Lyons. 

Miller, Peter, proi)r Clinton Centennial Saloon, 90 Second st, Clinton. 
Mitchell, D D, Second st bet Sixth and Seventh avs, Clinton. 
Moses, T S, 105 Second st, Clinton. 
Murphy,^, 101 Second st, Clinton. 

Murphy, Patrick, Third bet Eleventh and Twelfth avs, Clinton. ' ' ' 
Naeve, Peter, propr Wine ajid Beer Saloon. First-class stock, n 8 

Main nr Sixth st, Lyons. 

P. S. Towie buys for cash and sells cheap, Clinton, Iowa. 

Nagel, Fritz, Twelfth av nr Second st, Clinton. 

Nissen, Aug-ust, Fourth st bet Ninth and Tenth avs, Clinton. 

Nusz, John, Delmar. 

O'Brien, Mrs, De Witt. 

O'Neill, John, propr Centennial Wine and Beer Saloon, Riverside. 

Overcamp, Henry, Restaurant and Beer Saloon, w s Seventh at bet 

Main and Pearl, Lyons. 
Petersen, Detlef, Teed's Grove. ...•■•■. 

Pethann, John 11, Lost Nation. . : 

Hay, Philip L., Billiard Parlor and Sample Room, ws Second 

n Eighth av, Clinton. 
Eademacher, Charles, cor Fourth st and Sixth av, Lyons. " • 

Kexen, Mrs. Mary, Four Mile House (from Lyons). 
Reynolds, John, Jefferson st, De Witt. 

Rose & Dewey, 511 Second st, Clinton. " • •' 

Schumacher, Fred, 100 Second st, Clinton. 



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COUNTY BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 247 

Schmidt, Peter, Two Mile House (from Lyons). . 

Seivert. ]j, sr, Fourth st nr Main, Lyons. ' ' 

Sennett, Charles. Billiard Hall and Saloon. Give me a call. Toronto, 
Simmons, Cliai'les IC, Mnin n w cor Third st, Lyons. 
Smith, B F, Camanche. 

Smith, J. M. First-class variety, opp Depot, Clinton. ,, I. ' '■\ T; 
.Spormann, Charles, (Second st bet Fourth and Fifth avs, Clinton. 
Steffen, Marx, Wheatland. 
Teutsch, E, Charlotte. 

Topf, Augustus, IVIain bet Sixth and Seventh sts, Lyons. ' ■ ■■ • 
Train, Geoi-ge F, Low Moor. 
Traver, Mrs A G, 142 Fifth av, Clinton. 
Voelpel, II, 143 Fifth av, Clinton. 

Weber, John, Second st bet Sixth and Seventh avs, Clinton. 
"Webster^ W B, 607 Second st bet Sixth and Seventh avs, Clinton. 
"Westphal, A. C. Saloon for refreshment. Elvira road, four miles w 
of Lyons. 

Gents' Clothing Cheap, Seaman Bros. & Co., Clinton, Iowa. 

"Will, John, propr Eleven Mile House, Teed's Grove. . . > 

Wilke, William, Wheatland. • . . 

Woldenberg, Louis, Twelftli av nr Second st, Clinton. 
"Wolf, G., propr Wine and Beer Saloon. Choice Ales, Cigars, &c. Elm 
;S w cor Second st, Clinton. 

SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS. 
Cnrtis Bros. & Co., Second st cor Tliirteentn av, Clinton. .■ 

Djsbrow, M A, Third cor Exchange, Lyons. 

Pierson & Haradon, Elm bet First and Second sts, Clinton. . ■ 
Runs, Clans C, Elwood. . • _. 

SEWING MACHINES. 
Crozer, Samuel, 217 Fifth av, Clinton. n. , . '" 

liindsey, O. K., s s Fifth av bet Second and Third sts, Clinton. Call 

for Card. 
Ponder, J. F. " Howe," Postoffice Building, Clinton. 
■Toll, S. T., Agent Singer Sewing Machine Company, 623 Second stcor 

Sixth av, Clinton. 



Merchant Tailoring at A. Staubsr's^ 2d Street, Clint^n^ 



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WHEELER & WILSON SEWING MACHINE. 

SEE THE NEW AUTOMATIC. 
South side Fifth av, hctween Seeoiul and Third sts, Clinton. 



SAW WORKS. , 

(Clinton Saw "AVorks, Eiehard Mount, propr. Established 1870. Agent 
'for the best brands of Saws. Careful attention given to repairing. 
First bet Jlnrd and Fourth avs, Clinton. ,, ... ,.,...•• 

SOAP WORKS. * ; .Cnr 

^lowa steam Soap Works, Main cor Spring, Lyons. 

SODA WATER MANUFACTURER. 
. Arlen & Son, imnfrs Lemon Beer, Mineral Water., Ale and Porter, cor 

First St and Sixth av, Clinton. 



;P. S. Towie sef/s Cloaks, Furs, and Ladies' Suits, Clinton, 

SPRING BED MANUFACTURERS. 

iRussell, G. A., nuinufr of Spring Ikds and dealer in Combination 
Platform Spring Wagons, s s Public Square, Lyons. 

Bailey, J R, n s Fifth av bet First and SecondiSts, Clinton. .,,..;,, 

•Hogchoom, M,, 75 w s SeconcJ st, Clinton. ' ' '■'" ' • 

VINEGAR MANUFACTURER. 

Derbyshire, C. A.,, pru>.r Clinton Vinegar Works, manfr cider and 
white wine vinegar, 20 First st, Clinton,. 

WAGON MANUFACTURERS. 

Buck & Martin, repairing of all kinds. Calamus. ' : - • '^ .._' ■ 

Condon, K., n s Public; Square, Lyons. 

Copelaad & Farley, Fom'th st bet Eleventh and Twelfth av9, Clinton. 

Peck & Flanagan, Fifth av, Clinton House ]31ock, Clinton. 

Davis, Bates & Corbett, Welton. 

Lange, Chris J.,genl blacksmithing and horse slioeing, Teed^a Grove, 

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Choice Fruits, Produce, and Family Groceries. 



AT OUR NURSERY 

A Full A»'sfif|inent of All l^liiitH of 

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U'e meke 9, Sptclnlty of 

Garden & Field Seeds 

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Horticultural Mpleftn^nts^. 

GOLD FfSH,&c, 

Iruit'^andjCountry Producsj 

Fancy Crrpceries/ and 
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At No: 204 Fifth Avenue, 

AND TO OUF NURSERY 
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'Just at Soutliern End of Street CarTrack,' for Bargains. 

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Will Practice in United ■States Courts.-:,,;, 
COLLE CT^ION S A S EE G l^LTY. 

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HARNESS, SAiDDLES^eOLLARSj 

Blankets, Whips, l^obes, l^ridics, Etc. 
CALAMUS, - - - fOWA. 






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Delmar Sample Rooms. 

Choice' VVines, and Cigars. , ;, 

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COUNTY UUSIXESS DIliEC'TOUY. 249 



Lille, Aug-ust, repairing of all kinds, Camanche. 
Lund, H. T., maniifr Lnnd & llann's patent harrow, Charlotte. 
McDowell, C. B., Fit'Lli cor Exchange, Lyons. 
BeiLSon, Thoiusis, JJarnht)ii bet Jetferson and Church, De Witt. 
Spehnan, T & -J, Charlotte. 
Warren, M, Harrison st. De Witt. 

AVise & Ko}»-ers, carriage, wagon, and sleigh builders, genl bhicksmith- 
ing and repairing, Pearl bet Fifth and Sixth, Lyons. 

WATCHES km JEWELRY. 
BaliUviii, A. S. & €<).> postollice news room, J^yons. 

Barr, John G, De Witt. 

Buckley, E. !>., Scaler in watches, clocks, jewelry, spectacles, silver 
and plated ware, De Witt. 

Francisco, C. H., repairing of all kinds done neatly and work warrant- 
ed, Delmar. " 

Graefe, Christian T., german watchmaker, repairing a specialty, 128 
Main, Lyons. 

Buy Cheap Clothing at Seaman Bros. & Co., Cl/nton, Iowa., 

Howes, E M, Second St s w cor Fifth av, Clinton. 

Potts, J. H., Avhl and retail, 5o iSLiin, J>yons. 

Rayinoiul, C. S., postolTice bldg. Fifth av, Clinton, 

Sutherland, ir B, 213 Fifth av, Clinton. . ,,.. 

Taylor, C S, Second st n w cor Fifth av, Clinton, 

WirJES&rJD LIQUORS. 

Beach, Fred, dealer in wines and liquors, old Kentucky Bourbon a 
specialty, 12S Fifth av n s bet First and Second sts, Clinton. 

Briggs, Stephen, Fulton, 111. 

Clinton Bottling Co., S D Dye propr. First st cor Fifth av, Clinton. 

Harding-, John V,, wkl dealer wines and liquors, e s Sixth, nr Main, 
Lyons. 

Koetter, Charles, glassware and cigar dealer, n w cor Third and Main 
sts, Lyons. 

Leinihach Wni,, whl dealer in wines and liquor3,pure vinegar and rec- 
tified whisky, ISIain bet First and Second, J^yons. 

Olney &McMalion, (medicinal) 518 Second st, Clinton. 



Dr. R. S. Hathbun, Dentist, Lycns^ Iowa. 

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D E WITT. 



De Witt, originally called Vandenburg, is situated on the Chicago & 
Northwestern Eailroad, at the crossing of the Davenport and St Paul, 
twenty miles west of Clinton, and is noted as quite a sliippiug point for 
grain, stock, and farm produce generally. It was selected in the year 
1840 for the^county seat, by William Miller, of Cedar County ; Andrew F. 
Russell, of Scott; and W. A. Warren, of Jackson. 

The first sale of lots took place in 1841 . The first buildfng erected was 



P. S. Towie sells Cloaks, Furs, and Ladies' Suits, Clinton. 



a log house, which served the double purpose of being a court house and 
school, and the first one who taught the young idea how to shoot, was 
J. N. Wood, who from all accounts gave entire satisfaction.^ In 1842 J. 
1). Bourne, tha first resident of this county, then sheriff, erf-cted the lirst 
frame house. v^r'^ 

The town has a decided advantage over the most of our'i|tland towns 
in the matter of scenery, etc., owing to its high location. In*^very direc- 
tion there are broad stretches of noble prairie, beautiful, undulating, and 
unbroken. 

The schools are in a very fiourishing condition, unde the able superin- 
tendance of Mr. Charles Robinson, principal of the High Scliool. 

The population is over two thousand. 

AI.PIIABETICAL LIST OF MERCHANTS. 
Andrus, Mrs II A, dress and cloak maker, Jefferson st. 
Barnieister & Waspe, cigar manufrs and dealers. 
Rarr, John G, watches and jewelry, Union Block. 
Beach, R S, coal and wood dealer. 

Dr. E. R. Mullett, Dentist, Office 214 5th Av., Clinton. 



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DK WITT nU.slNESS mUEUTOKY, 251 



Bloom, Adam, grocery and provision dealer. 

Uoyd, John II, pliysician and siirj^eon, Church cor Dodge. 

Brown, L F, pianos, orfcnns and sewing machines, Jefferson st. 

IJiicklcy, E. I), jeweler, tine goods, New York watches, Jefferson st. 

Butlor ifc Williams, grain merchants. 

Bntterlield, T F & Son, manufrs of agricultural implements and general 

merchants. 
Caldwell, \Vm, Star Bakery, Work's Block. ■ .-' 

Carson, T M, mnfr and dealer in cooperage. 

Chardavoyne, Drew & Co, dry goods, boots and shoes, &c. • 

Christiansen, E, groceries, tobacco, cigars &c, Jelfersou st. 
Clinton and Jackson Counties jMedical Ins Company, S Saddoris, Sec'y- 
Conwell, M. T. genlblacksmithing and horse shoeing, jobbing of all 

kinds promptly executed, Harrison bet Jefferson and Church. 
CoHley, I), propr De Witt Marble Works, Jefferson st. 
Cook, P, Traveler's Rest, iu-:C & N W Depot. 
Cotton, W A, atty at law, e s Jefferson bet Chambers and Dodge. 

Dry Goods Cheap, at Seaman Bros. & Co., Clinton, towa, 

Craig-, J., merchant tailor, keeps on hand a choice assortment of cloths 

and cassimeres, Jefferson st. 
Cranston, 1>. J., manfr of I X L pumps, s e cor Jefferson and Sixth. 
Cressler, C W & Co, grocers, bakers, and confectioners. 
Crouch, 11 J, justice of the peace, 47 Jefferson. 
Cuniminf?, A. B., propr De Witt Foundry and Machine Shop, manfr 

castings of all kinds and deep well pumps. 
Curry Bros, confectioners, restaurant, 31 Jefferson. 
Dennison, J, physician, oflice 1 s Franklin House, res Dodge cor Miller. 
Ehl & Assman, pop manufacturers. 
Ellis, T II, groceries, and boots and shoes, 27 Ellis' Block. 
Finch, James, agt Farmers' Ins Co. 
Franklin House, Henry Dibbern propr, renovated and refurnished 

throughout, good stable room. 
Gates House, J M Gates, propr, Jefferson st. 
Goodjohn, T., dealer in dry goods, ready made clothing, boots and 

shoes and notions. 

R» S» Rathbun, Dentist, Lyons, Iowa. 



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2.52 DKAN'ITT BUSINJCSS UUiEC'TORY. 

Gould, J B, dentist, JeiTersoii nr IlaiTison. 

IfoAVJit, A., Mayor of the city oiul atty ;it l;iw. 

Hart & Iladley, (W II II Hart, C J Iladley), attys at law. 

Johnson, W C, blacksniitii and gunsmith. 

Kadooli, IJ<»bcrt, propr beer saloon and billiard hall, choice wines, 

fresh beer and cigars, 38 Jefferson. 
Karll, August, saloon keeper. 

Ivellog-J? <^' IJibbiiis, fashionable millinery, 33 Jeffersoii st, ' ' 

Kelly, John II, drugs and medicines, cor Jefferson and Dodge. ■ • • 

Kelly & Co, harness and saddles. . ■ ' ' 

Kelly & O'llern, (M K & M O'll), grocers, Jefferson st. 
Langan & Fitzgerald, physicians and surgeons, oltice Kelley's Drug' 

Store. 
Mattingly & Partridge, Mrs, dressmakers. 
Merrill & llowat, attys at law, olhce over Chardavoyne, Drew & Go's 

store. 
Miller, AVm, propr Farmers'IIorae. 



Buy Dry Goods of P, S. TOWLE, Clinton, and save Money. 

Meredith & Hobbs, (D V M & T T II), manfrs of and dealers in fur- 
niture, carpets and paper hangings, colKu trimmings,' etc, 91 and 92 
Jefferson ?t. ^ ; 

Morgnn, Albert W, physician, room 3, Kale's bldg. ' \ / 

Morton, Mel;.,propr Express and Dray wagons. V^fv 

Neff , photographer. % . . ■ , ■ 

Nye, Chas MVatty at law. ■ ' !| 

Pearse, J G, grocer and provision dealer. 
Pearse, Mrs. TV. A., proprietress Pacific House, cor Jefferson and 

Harrison sts. •■•• 

Pike & Evans, agt Iowa Life Ins Co. 
Price & Sanford, (Jas II P & L II S), bankers. 
Potter, F G, dentist. Union Block. 
Quigley Bros, (John T & Edward), grocers, Jefferson st. 
Heed, J C & Co, genl mdse. . i '■ 

Reynolds, John, saloon keeper, Jefferson st. : . 

Robinson, Charles, principal De Witt High School. 



Dr. E. R. Mnllett, Dentist, Office 214 5th Av., Clinton. 



Dr. E. R. Mullett, Dentist, Office 214, 5th Av., Clinton. 

KDWITT BUHINKSS DIUKC'JOllY. 268 



IIIukIcs, Isaac, pvu\ blacksinitliing and horse shoeing, repairing of all 
kinds, cor Harrison and Churcli. 

Rose, J 15 & Co, commission merchants. 

llyan, E, grocer. ■' , ,• 5 : " ' 

Schlabach & White, boots and shoes. ■ : ' 

Saxton, S II, restaurant, s of Franklin House. 

Slioomakor, S. If ., postmaster and editor and propr De Witt Observer. 

Smith, photograjiher. 

Statrgs, LI D, dealer in live hogs. 

Thomas, Benson, propr Pioneer Wagon Shop, manfr of wagons, 
sleighs, carriages etc, rei)airing of all kinds, all orders promptly at- 
tended to. Harrison bet Jefferson and Church. 

ToAvnsend, James E.. propr De Witt City Mills, cor Harrison and 
Church. 

Talbot, W. H.,^ dealer in stoves and tinware, hardware, &c, Jeffer- 
son st. 

Wallace, A G, dry goods dealer. 



Carpets at Seaman Bros. & Co., Clinton, Iowa. 



Waggoner, IM R, surgeon and homceopathic physician, ofTiceand res Jef- 
ferson st. 

Vary & Cortis, physicians, office Chambers st cor Jefferson. 

Van Loon, John II, restaurant, Jefferson bet Harrison and Chambers. 

Ward, W R, grain mercliant and coal and wood. 

Warren, J N, physician and surgeon, room 3 Ellis' Block. 

Wendelborii & Johnson, proprs Meat Market, Jefferson st. 

Wheeler, K W, atty at law, office over bank. 

Whitney, D, loan, real estate and collection office, 47 Union Block. 

Williams, F A, agent for sewing machines, at Weymouth's old stand. 

Williams, H., manfr of and dealer in tinware of all kinds, tin, copper 
and sheet iron worker, Weymouth's old stand, Jefferson st. 

Wolfe, F B, atty at law and counsellor. 

Wright, P C, atty at law. 

Geo. G. Bauder^ Real Estate Agent^Toll Blocks Clinton, Ia« 
Dr* R. S» Rathbun, Dentist, Lyons, Iowa* 



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COLLECTOR AND REMITTER. 



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Wheal Ui'ul, Ciiiitoii County, Iowa. 



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Etl-wni'<l''.s Patont, 

M. L. Eawnrds, mnmifactiircr of Ment Choppers, Meat Stufferg, Meat and Veijetablo 
Chopper?, Lard, Tnllow, Fnitt and Tincture Prussea, Blackemiths' Drills, Hollow Augers, 
Spoke Tenoning Machines. Hub Boxing Macliint's. Level Tread IIor.se Powers, Fodder 
Cuucr.i, Calk Sharpeners, Vises, Ac. Send for Descriptive Circular and Price List. 

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WHblATLAND 15U.S1NESS IJIUECTOUV. 



WHEATLAND. 



Wheiitland is situated thirty-live miles west of Clinton on the Chicago 
and Northwestern Ilailioad. It was laid out about twenty years ago, by 
Mr. John L. Bennett in conneftion willi the Iowa J. and Company. The 
lirst building erected was tiie Tucker House, and is still occupied as the 
principal hotel. The Rogers brothers were the first merchants. It was 
lirst known as Yankee linn, but subsequently received its present name 
from the large quantities of wheat grown tliereabouts. 

Tiiere are some very line business Ijlocks and residences, among which 
may be mentioned as the pi-incipal, the Petersen iJlock. Much has been 
done by tlie citizens in beautifying the town in otiier respects, wiiich has 
served to make it one of the most beautiful little i)laces west of the Mis- 
sissippi. 

Tiie educational facilities are all that could be desired, and the 
cliurches are in a tloui'ishing condiliou. 

P. S. Towie buys for cash and sells cheap, Clinton, Iowa. 

The Wheatland News is a live, spicy newspai)er, under the editorial 
management of Mr. Frank J... Dennis. It is an eight-page forty-column 
paper and has a good circulatitui. 

The following fmbraces an alphabetical list of the mercantile and 
professional citizens : 

Batterson, S M, dealer in dry goods, millinery, and boots and shoes. 
Dunham, N J, attorney at law and school teacher. 

Dutton, Joroine, dealer in Real Estate, Justice of the Peace, Insu- 
rance Agent, and Notary J'ublic. tSee advertisement. 
Fifield, F C, dealer in stoves and hardware. See card. 
Fleij?, Andrew, mnfr of Wagons, Carriages, Buggies, &c. General 

Blacksmithing and Horseshoeing. 
Frost, A M, physician, ollice City Drug Store. 
Gamble, I I), druggist ami aiiothecary. 
Gordon, Miss Gertie, photographic artist. 
Hover, J. AV., propr Tucker House l.ivery Stable. 
God«lar«l, Peter, propr Livery and Sale Stable. First-class stock. 

rir» E, R, Mullstt, Dsntist, Office 2U, 5th Av,, Clinton, 



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256 AVIIliATLAND 15US1NKSS DIUKCTOUY. 



Jones, N C, station agent C &:N WIl n. 

Kalkstein, L V, GernKin physician and accoucheur. 

Kohberg-, H., manufacturer of and dealer in Boots and Slioes, for 

Ladies, Gents and C'i)ildren. Custom work a specialty. 
Lehman & Booth, grocers. • '-'• 

Kroeger, P, boot and shoe maker. .'. ;' ' ■ .• •>'^• 

Munson, L, dealer in coal, lime, cernent, &c. '■' ' . •iv:-. 

Moore, H. M., dealer in Pure Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Fancy 

Toilet Articles, Scliool Books and Stationery. 
Eeidel, Louis, boot and shoe maker. . ■;i. ■'• 

Rogers, C G, P jNI, gemual ujerchandise. 
Smith, A., dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware Stock, and Grain 

Dealer and General Country Produce, • 

Schneider, L II, general menihandi-se. ' '; 

Siegmund, W, butcher, and propr meat market. ' ■ ■■ • 

Stine, Jesse, attorney at law. 
Stowrs, J S, attorney at law, Iowa st. 



Gents' Clothing Cheap, Seaman Bros. & Co., Clinton, Iowa. 

Thornton, O J, harness mannfactm-er. 

Tucker House, E M Tucker, propr. First-class. 

"VVirth, J, furniture dealer and undertaker. , ■ 

■Woods & Hall, dealers in lumber, lath, sash and doors. . 



DELMAR, 



Deluiar is thirty-three miles from Clinton, fourteen from De AVitt. It 
is built upon the lands of S. S. Norton, E. P. Sparks, William T. Willey, 
and Amos Hurst — now Adam Kehn — and is located at the junction of 
three railroads : the D. & St. P., C. & N. W., and tlie S., A. & D. It is 
one of the most prosperous and enterprising places in the county, and 
mainly owes its existence to the liberal and progressive spirit of S. S. 
Norton, who is regarded as the father of the town. At a census made 
during the present year, 1870, tlie population was found to be -IIG. 

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Sole Proprietor of Lund i% Kaun's Patent TTarrow. Geneni! 
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DlOLJtAIl BUSINESS DIKECTORY. 257 

The t'ollo\viii<r einbr.iccs Die Ur.uling mercantile and professional per- 
sons in the town : 

Asliton & ('o, general niei-ehandise. 

Bennett, F. K., I'nblisher and Editor " lite Delmar JournaV 
liowden & Cllennon proprs Meat Market, dealers in Fresh and Salt 

]\Ieats of all kinds. Your custom respectfully solicited. 
Bradshaw, F E, agt 8, A & D R K. 
Canty, J ]M, groceries and provisions. 
Ciiuty, T. E., (l(!aler in choice Wines, Cigars, Fresh Beer. I invite 

you to give me a call. 
Conn, II II, station agent C & N AV R R. 
Crane, W. 1']., propr Junction House Livery Stable. 
Decker, John, licensed auctioneer. 
Dodd, J. N., praclii-al iilacksmitli and Wagon Maker. Horseshoeing, 

general Repairing of all kinds. Your custom respectfully solicited. 
Deeds, O E, physician. . • ■ 

Dupuis, T F, lumber dealer. 

Buy Cheap Clothing at Seaman Bros. & Co., Clinton, Iowa. 

Eyer, E II, postmaster and dealer in stationery, groceries, &c. , . 

Fuller, Horace, Hotel proprietor. 

Fiillen, James, pro[)r Wine and Beer Saloon. 

llaworth, Mrs. II., JMillinery, &c. 

Ilaworth, Howard, harness, jiiaiier. . ■ , . 

Haas, C A, harness niaJu'r. . . 

Hess, Flnier A., dealer in Pure Drugs and Medicines. Fhysicians' 

Prescriptions carefully compounded. 
Norton, Sylvanus S, dealer in real estate. , . . 

Nusz, John, propr Junction House Billiard Ilall and Saloon. Choice 

Wines and Cigars. The lirst-class place to go. 
O'Brien, Charles, Hotel proprietor. 
Pearson, C. W., Bakery, Restaurant and Confectionery. 
Kicli & lluth, AttiMueys and Counsellors at Law. Insurance Agents. 
Parker, L "W & E B, dealers in hardware, stoves. 
Sadler, II. & Co. (IIJ Burgess, manager), General Merchandise. 
.Smith, C. C, pro])r Saloon. (Choice Liquors, Cigars, &c. See card. 

Dr. R. S. Rathbun^ Dentist. Lyons^ Iowa. ^ 

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JW8 PELMAR 15USINESS DIHECTORY. 

Smith, Hugh, butcher. 

Smith, J. M., propr Wine and Beer Saloon. Choice Wines, Cigars, 

and Fresh Beer. 
Tipple, M W, boots and slioes. 

Trout & Derby, general merchandise. . ,' 

Westover, C S, ImnVer dealer. 



CAMANCHE. 



Camanche is located on the west bank of the Mississippi river, six 
miles southwest from Clinton. It was laid off in 1S4G. Inl8G0it met 
with a terrible calamity, wlien a hurricane literally swept it out of exist- 
ence. Thirty- two peoi)le were killed outright, and sixty were wounded. 
This retarded the growth of Camanche for a long time, but of late years 
it has picked up, until now it has become quite a business center. There 
is a saw-mill, grist-mill, soap factory, and mitten factory located here. 

P. S. Towie sells Cloaks, Furs, and Ladies' Suits, Clinton. 

The following embraces its principal business men : 
Ackerman, William, blacksmith and horseshoer. 
Anthony, A T, groceries and liardware. 
Anthony & Iloadley, soap manufacturers. 

Anthony «S: 3IcI.,oskey (II A & John Mc), manufacturers of lumber. 
Bailey, Monroe & Co. (B B, A B, P G M & S K M), proprs Mitten 

Factory. 
Beck, William, f\n-niture dealer and harness maker. 
Caldwell, T. O., propr Restaurant and Confectionery. 
Chambcrlin, J. B., Grocer and Provision dealer, and Justice of the 

Peace. 
Cutler, Thomas, stoves and tinware. 
Elstun, Dr John R, propr Model Drug Store, 
^Grierson, J, saloon keeper. 
,IIart, R J, physician and surgeon. 
-llajTt & Kruse, commission merchants. 
JTeilpan, Lee, dealer in meat« and vegetables. 

pr. E. R. Mullett, Dentist, Office 214 5tli Av., Clinton. 



Dr. E. R. Mullett, Dentist. Office 214, 5th Av., Clinton. 

CA3IANCHE BUSINESS DIKKCTOKY. 259 

Ireland, A 13, pliysieiiui and surgeon. 

Lille, August, Wagon Manufacturer and Blacksmith. 

Long, Thomas W, attorney at law. 

Manning, Charles D, physician and surgeon. 

Muhs, Peter, drnggist and ai)0tbecary. 

nice, Frank, propr Camanche ISIills, Manufacturer Family Flour. 

Hitter, H. C, ninfr of Custom-made Boots and Shoes. A good tit 

warranted. Main st. 
Rodden, Henry, boot and shoe maker. 
.Smith, B F, i)ropr wine and beer saloon. 

Tallinan & Shutts ( W II T *& B B S), dry goods, boots and shoes. 
Tongue, George, postmaster. 

Teachoiit, Mrs. S. K., JMillinery and Dressmaking. 
Wiley, J. B., propr" Green Island," Camanche and Albany Ferry j 

also, General Blacksinitli, cor River and Missouri sts. 
Wilkes, J C, cigars and tobacco. 



Dry Goods Cheap, at Seaman Bros. & Co., Clinton, Iowa. 

LOW MOOR. 



Low Moor, located in Eden Township, ten miles west from Clinton,' 
on the Chicago and Nortliwestern, is too close to the city to ever be- 
come a large place, tliough great hopes of it are entertained by its san- 
guine citizens. The town is close to timber and has water in abundance, 
which, perhaps, are tlie best advantages the town affords. 

This place was among the first to be laid off after the railroad was 
built. Its first projection entered the minds of its founders in 1856,- and 
Low Moor, like thousands of others, sprang into existence— on paper. 
The place was laid out on liberal plans by dilferent parties, and as their 
ideas did not conform in regard to the width and number of streets, the 
different additions do not join together as nicely as possible. 

Low Moor lias become quite a grain and stock shipping point. The 
two pruicipal merchants in that line of business are Mr. Hart and Air. 
Dannatt. 

Tlie principal establishment in the town is tlie General Store of Messrs. 
Vandever & Brazell, who have a very large stock of Groceries, Boots and 

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260 LOW MOOU BUSINESS DIJIKCTORY. 



Shoes, Clothing, Hardware, and to use the liomely old phrase, everytliing 
from a " needle to an ancli(n-. " They are also extensive dealers in Af,n-i- 
cultural Implements, and especially " The CJorliam Cxdtivator, " which is 
believed to be unrivalled for the work which it performs.- ^Ve commend 
these gentlemen to the residents of Eden Township. 

P. J. Schuyler & Sons also caiTy ou a general merchandise estaljlish- 
ment. Tliere are several saloons, the principal being carried on by Mr. 
Thos. Fatchett, another by George Francis Train, (not the original.) 



CALAMUS. 



A village of about three hundred iidiabitants, located ou the Chicago 
& Northwestern Road thirty-tlu-ee miles Avest of Clinton, and twenty- 
eiglit miles northwest from Davenport. Its location, like all other rail- 
road towns of Clinton County, is on a commanding eminence tliat reaches 
high above the level prairie surrounding, so tliat from the center of the 

Best Line of Dress Goods at P. S. Towle's, Clinton, Iowa. 

place one has a view of the beautiful country fur a dozen nales around 
liim. 

Calamus was first settled by R. S. Dickinson, in 18G0, but the town 
was not laid out until 1804. The town first began its career outhe north 
side of the railroad, out in a few years the " business (Renter " was trans- 
ferred to the more favorable location on the south side. 

This, and indeed all parts of Clinton County, are unrivaled in the cul- 
ture of corn. Especially about Calamus Joes corn grow well. Other 
grains are raised extensively, but corn seems to attract the more particu- 
lar attention of the farmers. 

Calamus is growing very rapidly, is a very neat looking town, and the 
class of citizens are enterjuising, embracing the following business liouses : 

Lyssand & Pearson have a very coiupleli^' and well assorted stock of 
general merchandise. 

M. W. McCarthy & Co. keep on liand Stoves, Tinware and Hardware 
in great variety. Their stock of stoves being entirely new will be found 
to embrace all the latest improvements. They are also workers in Tin- 
Copper and Iron, and propose to buy all old metals and rags for sale by 
the surrounding farmers. 

C. W. Brown manufactures a superior line of Harness, and has a neat 
store embracing everything in the Saddlery line, such as Blankets, Col- 
lars, wliips, Robes, Blankets, &c., &.Q,. 

Dr, E. R. Mullett, Dentist, Office 214, 5tli Av., Clinton. 



Dr. E. R. Mullfctt, Dentist, Office 214, 5th Av., Clinton. 

CALAMUS BUSINESS DIUECTORY, 2f>l 

Messrs. Ikick »S: Martin carry on Carriage and Wagon manufacturing, 
wliile Richards and W. II. Tudd do a general blacksmitliing and horse- 
shoeing trade. 

The Northern House, John Ilandt, proprietor, is ably conducted. 
Damon IJros. hava a large stoelv of clotliing, gents' furnishing' 
goods and general merchandise. The other principal business men in 
General Mercliandise are 11. i'L Ilaiick, Scott Kros., liobert Di*es- 
cliler juid 31. Dickiiison. 

J. W. Licbler, lumber dealer and grocer, is also a dealer in Nur- 
sery plants, Osage liedge [)huits, Sea. 

S. B. AValkor, wlio is postmaster, is also dealer in Lumber and 
Agricultural Implements. 

Scott Bros, (h'-alcL's in geid mdse. 

Dr. M. Y. IJaker is a lionueopatliic physician, andDr. Youmans, allo- 
pathic. 

E. S.. Randall manufrs of Monuments, Tombstones, «&c. 



GRAND_JAOUND. .■ 

Grand Mound was laid out by the Iowa Land Company in 1861 ; dur- 

Carpets at Seaman Bros. & Co., Clinton, Iowa. 



ing the same year James Merrill erected a warehouse, and soon after be'- 

came the first i)ostnuister of the i)lace. Grand ISIound is twenty-five 

miles west of Clinton, and twenty from Davenport. It has a No. 1 hotel. 

The following are its j)rincipal cili/.ens : 

Artis, Lewis, i)roi»r hot(d. 

Brineken, Adolpli, propr Janssen's Hotel, first-class accommodations 
for commercial men and travelers generally. 

Rejiiokls, C. C, blacksmith and wagon maker. 

llariuiin, William, nud'r of cai-riages, wagons, buggies, &c, general 
blacksmitliing of all kinds. 

Kelly, John, grocer. 

Merrill, ,Tolin K., dealer in genl mdse. 

Miller, H. D., postmaster and dealer in drugs, paints and oils, and 
choice family groceries. Your custom respectfully solicited. 

Tiittle, II. 15., dealer in stoves and tinware. 

Van Arnam, L. 1)., gen blacksmitliing and horseshoeing, repairing of 
all kinds promptly attended to. 

Weise & Nowels, (C W & G UN), dealers in dry goods, groceries, pro- 
visions, crockery, boots .and shoes, hats and caps, clothing and genl 
produce. 

Dr. E. S Ratiibun, Dentist, Lyons, Iowa. 



Dr. R. S, Rathbun^ Dsntist, Lyons, Iowa, 

2(i'2 LOST NATIOX BUSINESS DIKEUTOUY. 



LOST NATION 



This town, located on the 8. A. & I). R. R., west of Delinar Junction, 
has Only been settled about six yt';irs, but has already attained quite a 
prominence by reason of having a very live, go-ahead class of citizens 
who do not stop at anythiu^f by which to advance the business interests 
and general advancement of the town. 
Appleton, llobt,propr Meat Market. 

Biilster, T^ndwip:, dealer in furniture. Undertaking a specialty. 
Boyd, J R, physician and dru^rgist. 
Boyd, Mrs J R, fashionable milimer. 

Comstock & Wood, dealers in genl mdse and whl butter and eggs. 
Gillette, Ed. l..., dealer in hardware, stoves and tinware. 
Hag-cdoru, Henry, nmfr and dealer in boots and shoes, custom work 

a specialty. 
Hudson, S A, notary public. 
Kramer, J AV, harness and saddles. 
J^angham, John, boots and shoes. 
Lord & Dutt, genl mdse and lumber. 

Buy Dry Goods of P. S. TOWLE, Clinton, and save Money, 

Mewes, John J., \)m\n- wine and beer saloon and billiard hall, choice 
wines, cigars, and fresh beer. 

Nairn, W. W., mnfr of carriages, wagons, buggies, &c, general black- 
smithing. 

Petham, John II, saloon keeper. 

llutenbeck, C, genl mdse. 

Smith, Joujis, propr Sharon House. 



CfiARLOTTE. 



' tlharlotte is a very pleasant town on the Midland branch of the C. & 

N. W. R. R., twenty miles from Lyons. The following is a list of its 

y»rincipal business hrms : 

Eng-el, N. J., dealer in Stoves and Thiware. 

Gohlnian, M. G., dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, Provisions, Clothing, 

Hardware, Boots and Shoes, and general Merchandise. 
Hanrahan, W. F., dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots, Shoes, &c. 
Junger, II, dealer in groceries, drugs, &c. Postmaster. 

Dr. E. R. Mullett, Dentist, Office 214 5tli Av., Clinton. 



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R. Z. Rathbun. Dentist, Lyons, Iowa. 



CnAULOTTE lUJSINKSS IMUKCTOKY. 2tJ3 



Kellog-gr, C. F., Physician in charge of Clinton county poor. 

T^uml, H. T., nuifr of Cairiages, AVaffons, general Bhicksniithing ; also, 
nnifr r.und & Ramrs Patent Harrow. 

Monahan Bros (John and BarL'w), dealers in agricultural implements, 
l)umps, windmills, &.c. 

Murpliy, J., dealer in Groceries, Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and 
Shoes, Crockery, i^'c. 

rtaun, Matthias, pr ])r Sherman Ilonse. Good, comfortable accom- 
modations at reasonable rates. Billiard Ptoom and JJar attached. 

Rowoll, K. C, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. 

Spelman, T & J, blacksmiths. 

Tierney, James, grain merchant, res Lyons. 

VViney, L G, grocer. 



ELWOOD. 



Elwood, situated in ]?rookfield township, is forty miles by rail from 
Clinton, on the S. A. & 1) 11. K.; was laid out by Kinzie Elwood about 



P. S. Towie buys for cash and sells cheap, Clinton, Iowa. 

six years ago. It has one clmrch — the Rev. S. Y. ILirmer, pastor — with 
a Sunday school in connection. It has no hotel, antl the citizens are de- 
sirous that some one should open up one. The following are the princi- 
pal merchants and business men ; 
Clark, T J, justice of the peace. 
Clark, L II, dealer in tinware. 

Clark & Beard, wholesale dealers in Grain and Live Stock. 
Cornish, O P, blacksmith and horseshoer. 
Lane, AVJ. harness manufactm-er. 
McKenzie, H. M., Physician ami Surgeon. 
Meyer, Charles, wjjolesale dealer in grain and stock. 
Moran, G. T., dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots and Shoes and 

Produce. 
Olney, Israel, blacksmith and horseshoer. 

Ilims, Clans C, whl and ret Lmiiber, Sash, Doors and Blinds, &c. 
AVilber, J. T., Pure Drugs and Medicines, Crockery and Glassware. 

Dr* E, R. Mullett, Dentist, Office 2U, 5th Av,, Clinton* 
Merchant Tailoring at A. STAUBER'S. Second St., Clinton. 
Geo. G. Bauder, Real Estate Agent, Toll Block, Clinton, la,. 






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Dr. H. Z. R^th'oun^ CsntL':;!^ Lyons^ Icv/a. 



264 TOIIONTO BUSINESS DIKKCTOIiY. 

TORONTO. 

Toronto, named after the city of the same name in Canada, Avas set- 
tled many years ago by Mr. (r, W. Thoi-n, who emigrated from Canada. 
It is near the western boundary of tlie courjty. 
Ackeruiaii, J. I*., Hotel iiro]»rietor and IJlaelcsnvJtli. 
Forbes, H., dealer in l)ry C^oods, (_ir(»cerii's and general Country 

Produce. 
Fritcher, Abraiii, propr Billiard Hall and Saloon. Choice Wines, 

Cigars, &c. 
Kidd Bros., proprs Toronto Mills, manfrs of Flour, ConitMcal, &c. 
Seiinett, Charles, Milliard Hall and Saloon. New place, choice (Jigars. 
Tlioru, G. AV., & Sons, dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, 5 15'>i)ts and 

Shoes, Hardware, Crockery and general (Country Prodnce. 
Klviz'si, a village six miles from Pyons on the De AVitt road, has 
been laid out for over ten years ; and it is, doubtless, of liaving no railroad 
that the place is somewhat behind. It has two. churches — one Presby- 
terian and one Lutheran — also a school-house, at whicli there is a good 
average attendance. 

There are several other towns and villages, among which may be 
mentioned — 



Gents' Clothing Cheap, Seaman Bros. & Co., Clinton, Iowa. 

Ui*ya.iit, a small town twelve miles from Lyons on the IMidland 
division of the C. & N. W. K. 11., is growing fast and will soon overtake 
some of its more pretentious rivals; has two hotels, two general stores, 
harness shop, blacksmith shop, and grain warehouse. 

Oooso Ljilvi', formerly called O'Prien, was first settled by 
Charles Curtis, opening a store in 1871. Mr. Kruse, in 1872. built a hotel, 
and is still proprietor of the same. Has a school house, and have recently 
erected a new stalion liousc. 

A-liiioiit,, the lirst station north of Lyons on the C. & N. W. R. B. 

Iliixiiito-vvii., one of the oldest towns in the county ; contains a 
hour mill, built in 1S51 by ]Mr. G. Haun, a hotel, general store, and agri- 
cultural implement factory. 

Tiotjoiisi, six miles northwest of Lyons. Mr. J. C. Tietjens, one 
of our most enterprising citizens in this county, has erected a large brick 
manufacturing establishment, where he manufactures cultivators, im- 
Ijlements of all kinds, wagons, &c., &c. 

'X'ot-4l'« Oi-o->-<>:, a village eleven miles from Lyons, contains a 
flour mill, kept by Mr. AVilliam Paid, a wagon inanufactory, by JSIr. C. 
J. Lange, hotel, by Mr. Will, also a general store. 

Dr. E. R. Mullett, Dertisl, Office 214, 5th Av , Clinton. 



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