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AMEaiCAN EXPRESS 

C O MjP A_ N Y . 

THE PROPRIETOKS OF THIS COMPANY HAVE FACILITIES ENAHLINrj 
THEM TO FORWARD 

JHoii D, p. reels, par^ngrs, Cioelis, 

AND ALSO TO COLLECT 

NOTES, DHAFTS AND ACCOUNTS, 

fn all the principal Cities and Towns in the United Stales. Caiiadas, 
California and Europe. 

AT LOW RATES AND WITH GREAT DISPATCH. 

Order Goods Marked "By the Araerican Express Co." 

Wells, Butterfleld & Co., 62 Broadway* 8 Erie Place, N.Y. 
Livingston, Fargo & Co., 157 Main street, Buffalo, N. Y. 

INOIANAPOLIS/ IN J). 

P> RYA]\, Agent, 

UNITED STATES 

EXPR ESS COMP ANY. 

€ A PI TAL 500,000 IXIL t.A B«S. 

Oflftee S. E. cor. Washington and Meridian St., Indianapolis. 

Will give special attention to the tnmsmission of coin, bank fl(>te.«, 
goods and packages, and tiie collection of notes, drafts, and accounts, at 
and between New York, Buffalo, Dunkirk, CleTeland, Cincinnati, ('hica- 
go, St. Louis, Rock Island, and inteiniediate cities' and towns. Also, at 

ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES AND TOWNS 

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THE UNITED STATK8 EXPRESS COMrAN? 

CONNECTS WITH THE 

^ AMERICAN EXPRESS COMPANY 

AT BUFFALO, CLKVKLANl), AND CHICAGO, 
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H. N. McEVOY, ' 
Publisher and Compiler 

1858. 






BINGHAM & DOUGHTY, 
PRINTEES, 

DAILY STATE SENTINEL OFFICE, 
Indianapolis, Ind. 



BINGHAM & DOUGHTY, 

BOOKBINBERS, 

STATE SENTINEL BUILDINGS, 
Indianapolis, Ind. 



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PREFACE 



It will be obvious to many that the size of the present Directory is 
somewhat smaller than the one published a year ago. This is account- 
able to the absence of Cincinnati advertisements, and the history of In- 
dianapolis, which has now become generally known. With regard to 
the list of names, we have only to say, that there is an increase of 
about 1,500 over that of last year's publication. 

In the first edition of a Directory, some few errors will necessarily 
occur. In the canvass for this work we had difi&culties to contend with, 
which, in all probability, will be obviated in our next issue. For such 
imperfections we claim the indulgence of our patrons, with the assur- 
ance, that in futui*e we will strive our best to guard against them. 

There are a few instances in the city where the number on the houses 
do not agree with those designated in the Directory, which is accounted 
for by the numbering being changed after going to press. This is an 
evil over which the publisher had no control, and he hopes citizens gen- 
erally will exonerate him from all blame. 

Many thanks are due to those who have advertised in the work, there- 
by benefiting themselves, and aiding very materially the undertaking. 
We trust the manner in which their cards are displayed will prove satis- 
factory. 

The work was printed and bound by Messrs. Bingham and Doughty, 
of the Sentinel, whom, we feel assured, will receive all the praise and 
approbation due to their efforts. 

In conclusion, the book is thrown upon a generous public, witli the 
hope that it may meet with the satisfactory reception which the pub- 
lisher has labored to achieve. 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS, 



Adams Express Co 2 

^tna Insurance Co., outside back cover 

and 112 

Aldag Chas, boots and shoes 184 

Allen & Hgtverstick, livery stable 42 

Ameriian Express Co inside front cover 

Atkins E. C.. saw manufacturer 24 

Baker Mrs. A., millinery 60 

Barbour & Howland, attorneys 20 

Beck Christian, gunsmith 52 

Beck Edward, Crystal Palace saloon. . . 36 

Becker H., trunks 36 

Bingham & Doughty, State Sentinel 235 

Bouchet Edward, clothes renovator .... 18 

Brown J . L., Shingle machine 50 

Brown Mrs. J., milliner 38 

BrownellL. R., insurance and collecting 

agent near title, 190 

Browning Robt., drugs, &c 44 

Bryant's Commercial College 32 

Burgtorfif Frederick, cabinet maker and 

undertaker 54 

Butler C.C., patent agent 236 

Butsch V. & Co., lime dealers 24 

Byrkit&Beam, builders 156 

California House 16 

Cameron &, McNeely, Citizen office 58 

Caven John, attorney 64 

Chester A . A. . stair builder 237 

Cottman John A., merchant tailor 38 

Covin:?ton S. F., losurance agent 49 

Cox Charles, stoves and tinware. .... ... 10 

C urry & Canada, hair dresser 166 

Danforth & Uentry, groceries 16 

Davis Charles B., insurance agent 42 

Drew Samuel, carriage manufacturer... 166 

Eagle Saloon, Newcomer & Co 236 

Edgar & Freeman, boots and shoes ... 14 

Ellsworth & CoUey, attorneys 168 

Elwood Frank, merc'iant tailor 34 

Enners <5l Brinckmeyer, general dealers 170 
Fahnestock John, engraver and job 

printer colored print near title 

Farmers' Hotel 1>'4 

Farnsworth & Barnard, car manufact'rs 158 

Feary & Low, builders 54 

Feller Geo., watches and jewelry 52 

Fellows James, daguerrean artist 164 

Fishback John, leather and hides 30 

Flagg S. A., wines and liquors 237 

French Charles G., watches and jewelry 16 

Frinck S. C, dentist 178 and ISO 

Geisendorfif G. W. &Co., woolen factory 20 

Gilligan Miss.M. A., dry goods 10 

Glaser & Bro., merchant tailors 168 

Glenn W. & II ., dry goods 4 

Gordon &. Davis, attorneys, &c 42 



PAOE. 

Gott & Featherston, auction and com- 
mission 168 

Qreenleaf & Brown, foundry 26 

Gresh Prof. B. F., musician 40 

Griffin & Johnson, boots and shoes .... 28 
Griffith J. E., groceries and provisions. 44 
Griffin & Co., real estate, auction, &c . . 28 

Harris Joseph, tailor and scourer 56 

Hart James &Co., groceries and liquors 182 
Heidlinger John A., cigars and tobacco. 34 

Heidlinger John A., tea 170 

Henderson William, insurance agent. .. 112 
Henning & Weinberger, hairdressers.. 182 
Henninger C. & Co., cigars and tobacco 172 

Hill T. P., hats, caps and furs 56 

Holland John W., wholesale grocer.... 44 

Holland S. J . & Son, grocers 166 

Hunt Charles C, cia;ars and tobacco . . . 174 
Imbery Augustus, St. Charles saloon.. 40 

Indianapolis'& Cincinnati R. R 229 

Indiana State Sentinel 96 

Indianapolis Dally Citizen 58 

Indianapolis Insurance Co 48 

Johnson George H., hardware 12 

Keys Wil liam A , marble dealer 182 

Klotz & Pfafflin, varieties and notions. . 64 
Kregelo, Blake & Co., planing mill, etc. 18 

Ledlie John, Little House Saloon 184 

Lindley Jacob, china, glass and queens- 
ware 62 

Little's Hotel 176 

Locke & Brother, insurance agents, fly 

pages, back and front 

Lowry W. M., drugs and medicines. ... 174 

Mapes & Co., Metropolitan Saloon 162 

May Edwin, architect 30 

Mayhew E. C. & Co., boots and shoes.. 10 

McCord & Wheatly. lumber 16 

McEvoy Henry, City Directory 230 

McTaggart I., Pork packer 60 

Meek E. S.. bill poster 62 

Merrill & Co., books and stationery. ... 164 

Merrill Dr. J. F 210 

Merrett & Coughlen, woolen factors. ... 22 

Metzger A., baker 40 

Meyer George F., cigars and tobacco .... 38 
Middlemas D. C, stoneware and liquors 22 

Mitchel & Friedlander, clothiers 164 

Moffit William, drugs and medicines. ... 156 

Moffit & Kendricks, dentists 162 

Monninger D. & C, Court House Saloon 238 

Morrison Jacob, dry goods 43 

Mothershead & Cox, drugs and medi- 
cines • 160 

Nicolai Julius, groceries and provisions, 46 
North-western Christian University, 217, 218 
Osgood, John B ., painter and glazier. . . 56 



PAGE. 

Perrine James B., books and stationery, 

front fly leaf 

Pratt Mrs. L. A., millinery 62 

Rafert H. & Brother, carpenters 210 

Ramsay & Planning, pi ambers 162 

Raschig Charles M., cigars and tobacco, 30 
Hooker S. 3. <& J. S., painters and gla- 
ziers 236 

Rosengarten H., drugs and medicines.. 172 

Ross & Harper, wholesale grocers 210 

Ruschhaupt & Bals, wines and liquors. 64 
Sharpe Joseph K., leather, boots and 

shoes 46 

Spiegel, Thorns & Co, furniture 18 

Spinney W. N ., boots and shoes 52 

Steinmann John, tailor and renovator. . 160 
Stewart & Bo wen, books and stationery. 34 

Stringfleld W., attorney 24 

Taggart Samuel, machinist 22 

Tilford Alexandep, mattress manufactu- 
rer 18 

Tilly H. & Co., lard oil, soap and can- 
dles 22 



PAQB. 

Tilly William, drugs and medicines .... 60 

Uncle Sam Saloon 40 

United States Express, inside front cover 

Updegraff Prof., oculist and aurist 46 

Vonnegut C, hardware and leather 54 

Walker & King, lumber 60 

Wallace Andrew, storage and commis- 
sion 36 

Wallach J. L., cigars, etc., and Bonen 

kamp's bitters 54 

Ward, Ferguson & Co., merchant tailors 20 

West & Wilson, real estate agents 14 

Western Olive Branch 210 

Western Commercial Nurseries 238 

Whitridge William, painter and glazier. 160 
Wiley William Y., real estate agent.... 6 
Willard A. B. & Co., fancy dry goods. . 160 
Willard & Stowell, piano fortes and mu- 
sic 8 

Williams C. H., sewing machines 172 

Wilson Mrs. E., milliner 170 

Wood A. D., hardware and cutlery, front 
Wright A. S., physician 14 



CONTENTS 



PAGE. 

Alphabetical a'trangement of names .... 1 

Banks and Bankers 215 

Business Mirror 191 

Churches and Pastors 219 

City Officers 211 

County Officers 212 

Courts 212 

Fire Departmemt 213 

Libraries 221 

Literary institutions 216 

Masonic Orders 222 

Military 214 



PAGE. 

Names too late for regular insertion .... 23 1 

Newspapers and Periodicals 220 

North Western Christian University .... 2 17 

Odd Fellows 224 

Post-Office Directory 201 

Railroads , 226 

State Institutions 221 

State Officers 232 

Street Directory 233 

Temperance Orders 226 

Township Officers 212 



LO"W PRICES. 

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71 EAST /^^%. SIGN OF 

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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN 

EVERY DESCRIPTION OF 

HARDWARE 

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ABBREVIATIONS. 

Bds., boards; cor., corner; res., residence ; col., colored; wid., 
opp., opposite; bt., between; ave., avenue; E., W., N., S., jEcesi, TFesi, North, 
South. The word siree< is implied. 



Abbett Charles H., salesman, 26 E. Washington, bds. Dr. 
Abbett. 

ABBETT & COFFIN, physicians & druggists, 16 E. Wash^ 
ington. 

Abbett Dr. Lawson, (Abbett & Coffin,) res. 20 Virginia ave. 

Abbett W., clerk, H. Hausmann, bds. Dr. Abbett. 

Abbott Mrs. Annie, 158 W. Averment. 

Abbott Moses, bds. Wright House. 

Abrams John, clerk, P. S. Birkenmayer & Co., res. 40 
Spring. 

Achey Henry, 13 N. Illinois. 

Acker P. V., baggage master I. & L. R. K, bds. Tremont 
House. 

Adams Charles H,, accountant, bds. 21 S. Delaware. 

ADAMS EXPRESS CO., John H. Ohr Agt., 12 E. Wash- 
ington. 

Adams Harry E., bookkeeper Palmer House, bds. 12 Indi- 
ana ave. 

ADAMS H. S., night police, No. 108 E. South. 

Adams Geo. H., bookkeeper the Witness office, bds. 88 N. 
New Jersey. 



INDIANAPOLIS 



Adams Express Company, 

A JOINT STOCK ASSOCIATION, 

]N"o. 12 East "W^asMiigtoii St. 

INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA, 

FORWARDS DAILY 

PllRC[[UllCK&G[UlilU&BL[liRIIC[[S, 

MEICIAMfilSE, BANK N®TES, 

Either in its own Trains, or by Connection with other 
Companies, to all the 

Principal Cities in the United States, 
I WITH iBEAT SPEiO* 



NOTES, DRAFTS, AND ACCOUNTS COLLECTED. 



In ordering Goods, our friends will please give special direc- 
tions to have their packages marked 

"By the Adams Express Company." 

JOHN H. OHR, Agent. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 



Adams Mrs. J. G., artist, 4 Blake's building, second floor. 

Adams Lafayette, clerk, bds. 21 S. Delaware. 

Adams Reuben, clerk, res. 71 S. New Jersey. 

Adams Wesley N., carpenter, res. 184 N. Illinois. 

Adams Wm., carpenter, res. 174 N, New Jersey. 

Agin Patrick, watchman Lafayette R. R. engine house, res. 
Howard, W. side, bt. Third and Fourth. 

Ahman Thomas, teamster, W. side N. Tennessee, bt. Fourth 
and Fifth. 

Aikeman Thomas H., attorney with Gordon, Connor & 
Bowles, bds. Mrs. Kinder. 

Aker Ellis, carpenter, 201 S. Delaware. 

Albert Daniel, employee, Bellefontaine R. R. depot, res. 56 
Union. 

Albert Lawson, employee Washington Foundry. 

Albert John, stone cutter, bds, 30 Kentucky ave. 

Albertsoneis Henry, laborer, 152 N. Noble. 

Albrecht George, varnisher, Spiegel, Thorns & Co., res. 95 
Davidson. 

Albro Henry, moulder, 108 E. McCarty. 

Aldag August, bootmaker, C. Aldag. 

Aldag Charles, boots and shoes, 133 E. Washington, res. 32 
N. Liberty. 

Aldag C. L., bootmaker, C. Aldag, res. 50 N. Liberty. 

Aldag Louis, bootmaker, C. Aldag, res. 30 N. Liberty. 

Aldene Madame, dressmaker, 17 W. Washington, up stairs. 

Aldrich Frank, foreman Gay & Stevens. 

Alford Thomas G., (Mills, Alford & Co.,) res. N. Alabama, 
near New York. 

Alfred Benjamin, moulder Washington Foundry. 

Allamon Samuel, (Osgood, Smith & Co.,) res. 18 N. Missis- 
sippi. 

Allaire Andrew, blacksmith, Vanblaricum & Forshee. 

Allaire James P., bricklayer, res. 138 N. Alabama. 

ALLEN & HAVERSTICK, livery and sale stable, Pearl, 
rear of Palmer House. 

Allen Henry A. (Allen & Haverstick,) res. 119 W. Mary- 
land. 

Allen Henry, 133 N. Alabama. 

Allen Joseph, (col.,) laborer, res. 186 W. North. 

Allen Robert, workman, Geisendorff & Co. 

Allen Wm., machinist, 13 Alabama. 

Allison , fireman Indianapolis and Cincinnati R. R., 

42 Bates. 



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Allison James H., clerk E. G. Ward. 

Allison Mrs. Mary, res. 136 N. Illinois. 

Allison Richard, carpenter, bds. Tremont House. 

Allred Gr. W., grain dealer, res. 38 Carfornia. 

Allred N., barber, res. N. Tennessee, E. side, bt. First and 
Second. 

Altland Samuel, carpenter, res. 171 N. New Jersey. 

Alvord E. S., 54 N. Pennsylvania. 

Ambrose Morris, engineer, res. 14 S. East. 

AMERICAN EXPRESS CO;, D. Ryan, agent, S. E. cor. 
Washington and Meridian. 

AMERICAN HOUSE, Holloway & Morrow, proprietors, 
18 Louisiana. 

AMES REV. ALMON S., (Baptist,) res. 148 E. South. 

AMES RIGHT REV. EDWARD R., res. N. Pennsylvania, 
E. side, bt. First and Second. 

Amos James, spinner Geisendorff & Co. 

AMOS THOMAS D., police officer, res. 79 N. Noble. 

Anderson Mrs. Amanda, 16 Elm. 

Anderson Mrs. Cynthia, 53 E. Market. 

Anderson Charles, carpenter, 53 E. Market. 

Anderson David, carpenter, Byrkit & Beam, res. 52 Indiana 
ave. 

Anderson Edwin, (Tinsley, Anderson & Hannaford,) bds. Jo- 
seph Scull. 

Anderson George, carpenter, 58 E. Market. 

Anderson George P., accountant Capital Mills, res. 30 N. 
Meridian. 

Anderson James, hostler Allen & Haverstick. 

Anderson James, 53 E. Market. 

Anderson James W., Messenger American Express Co., res. 
96 N. East. 

Anderson John, carpenter, 53 E. Market. 

Anderson John HoAvell P., manager Capital Mills, res. 64 
E. North. 

Anderson Robert, brick mason, res. 15 E. North. 

Anderson Thomas, laborer, 97 N. Mississippi. 

Anderson William, 58 E. Market. 

Andra John, saddler, 196 E. Washington, res. 150 E. New 
York. 

Andrews L. N., general freight agent Peru and Indianapo- 
lis R. R., office at depot, res. Delaware. 

Antee Jacob, blacksmith Dumont & Sinker, res. 169 S. 
Alabama. 



INDIANAPOLIS 



^VILEY'S 

REAL ESTATE AGENCY. 




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WILLIAM Y. WILEY, 

eiiL liTATI iOiiT 

AIND DEAL,EK IN 

LAi\D WARRANTS, STOCKS, BO^DS, &c., 

No. lOi East Washington street, 

INDIAN APOLIS, IND. 

Buys and Sells, on Commission, HOUSES and LOTS, VACANT LOTS, FARMS and 
P ARMING LANDS, in all the Western States ; STOCKS, BONDS, NOTES, LAND WAR- 
RANTS, &.C.; Stocks of Goods and Merchandise of all descriptions. Negotiates Loans and 
makes Collections. Rents and Leases Houses and Farms. COLLECTS RENTS, NOTES, 
and Claims. PAYS TAXES, and Examines Titles in all the Western Statss. 

Having the best facilities for choice selections, will ENTER LANDS WITH LAND WAR- 
RANTS, OR CASH, on liberal terms. Particular attention paid to the AUCTION SALES 
OF REAL ESTATE. 

Commissioner of Deeds for all the States and Territories. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 



Anthony David, carpenter, 14 Michigan ave. 

Appleton James, foreman press room Sentinel office. 

Archey David, (col.,) porter Bates House. 

Archey Mory, bds. 18 N. East. 

Armstrong Isaiah J., tailor, res. 137 E. South. 

ARMSTRONG JOHN, director of branch of the Bank of 
the State of Indiana. 

Armstrong John, laborer, 20 S. East. 

Arnold Elisha T., carpenter, 139 N. West. 

Arnold Edwin, carpenter, res. 47 W. Georgia. 

Arnold Peter, laborer, 143 E. Washington. 

Arnold Thomas, brick moulder, res. 285 S. East. 

Arnold Willis, brick maker, res. 147 S. Mississippi. 

Arnold Wm., brick moulder, bds. 285 S. East. 

Arthur Thomas, moulder, res. 240 W. Washington. 

Arthur Wm., moulder Washington Foundry. 

Asher John R., (Dayton & A.,) bds. 35 N. Alabama. 

Asmus F., carpet weaver, 158 N. Noble. 

Asmus Louis, bar tender, John Bussey. 

Astenmier Anthony, railroader, res. 15 Meek. 

Astenmeyer Louis, jr., 147 Liberty. 

Astenmeyer Mrs. Ellen, res. 13 Meek. 

Aston Joseph, horse dealer, N. Mississippi E. side bt. First 
and Second. 

ATHERTON ARTEMAS S., bds. J. Tarlton. 

ATHON JAMES S., M. D., Superintendent Indiana Hos- 
pital for the Insane. 

ATKINS ELIAS C, saw manufacturer, 87 S. Pennsylva- 
nia, res. 145 E. South. 

Atkins Joseph, law student, bds. 35 S. Noble. 

Atkinson Thomas, painter, 116 N. Mississippi. 

Atkinson Thomas J., at Weaver & Williams. 

Auchey Americus, carpenter, 104 N. Meridian. 

Ausbuttel Louis, clerk A. Metzger. 

Ausbuttel Lewis, machinist Washington Foundry. 

Austin J. M., attorney, enquire Sloan & Ingersoll. 

Avels Henry, grocer, 277 S. Delaware, res. same. 

Avery John L., carpenter, 104 N. Alabama, res. 176 N. 
New Jersey. 

Ayres Wm., (Brackin & Ayres,) bds. 221 N. Tennessee. 



INDIANAPOLIS 







No, 4 Bates House, Indianapolis, Ind. 




Keep constantly on hand the largest and best assort- 
ment of 

jpxj^j<TO& Sc :]N/!rEx.or)Eonsrs 

IN THE STATE. ALSO : 

AU KINDS OF MUStCAl MEHCHANDISE. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 



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Baar Benjamin, tailor, rey. 232 Railroad ave. 

Baar Joseph, saloon, 169 E. Washington. 

Babbitt wid. A., 78 S. Illinois. 

Babbitt Alonzo, compositor Daily Citizen, res. 78 S. Illinois. 

Babbitt Jerome, laborer, 78 S. Illinois. 

BABCOCK H., wholesale grocer, 75 E. Washington. 

BABCOCK M. D., auction and commission, 71 E. Wash- 
ington, bds. Little's Hotel. 

Back Clemmens, cigar maker G. F. Meyer, 

Backir John, moulder Washington Foundry, res. 64 St. 
Joseph. 

Bacon E. W., painter, 131 N. Alabama. 

Bacon Wm. M., painter, res. 158 N. Delaware. 

Bacon Joshua, tailor T. R. Porter. 

Bacon Joshua C, tailor E. A. Hall, res. 89 Massachu- 
setts ave. 

Bada Anthony, laborer Indiana Central R. R. depot, res. 
cor. Alabama and South. 

Bader Henry, currier J. Fishback. 

Baer Henry C., marble cutter W. A. Keys. 

Bailey Frank B.,daguerrean artist at Metropolitan Gallery, 
bds. Bates House. 

Bailey George, blacksmith David McVaie. 

Bailey Gilman, bar tender J. P. Frenzel. 

Bailey Samuel P., silversmith, cor. Maryland and Meridian, 
res. 126 K West. 

Bain Thomas, foundryman, res. 95 W. New York. 

Baine Thomas, carpenter, 68 Blackford. 

Bains William, machinist, 73 S. Noble. 

Bakehouse Henry, plasterer, 35 S. Pennsylvania. 

BAKER MRS. ANNA, milliner, 20 S. Illinois. 

Baker Henry, laborer, 136 N. East. 

Baker James M., compiler of directory, 16 S. Illinois. 

Baker Jesse A., professor of music, bds. 16 S. Illinois. 

Baker John, moulder Was'hington Foundry. 

Baker John, jr., harness maker Hinesley & Hereth. 

Baker Michael, clerk, res. 68 E. Michigan. 

Baker Wilber, farmer, 123 E. St. Clair. 

BALDWIN E. J. & CO., watches and jewelry, 1 Bates 
House. 

Baldwin Edwin J., (E. J. B. & Co.,) res. 56 North Me- 
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10 INDIANAPOLIS 



CHARLES COX, 

MANUFACTURER OF 

mm, Tin, m mu lii ir[, 

AND DEALER IN 

PARLOR, COOKING AND HEATING STOVES, 

HOT AIR FURNACES 

For heating public and private Buildings. He keeps constantly on hand 
THE CEI.EBKATED BTJCKrS PATENT COOKING STOVES. 

Also a General Assortment of Tin Ware. Roofing and Jobbing promptly 
attended to, and done in a workmanlike manner. 




NO. 11 WEST WASHINGTON ST., INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 

E.C.1IAYHEW&C0. 

WHOLESALE DEALERS IN 

^^ RUBBERS, 

BOOTS & SHOES 

NO. 8 LOUISIAIVA STREET, ROBERTS' BLOCK, 

OPPOSITE THE UNION DEPOT. 

INDIANAPOEIS, INDIANA. 

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No. 5 Bates House, Washington St., 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 

At this Establishment the largest and most select Stock of 

FANCY & STAPLE fiRY SOOfiS 

That is kept in the city, will be found, consisting of Plain, Plaid, 
Striped, and all the new styles of 

FANCV DRESS SILKS AND SATINS, 

French and English Prints, DeLaines, Cashmeres, Merinos ; Book, Swiss and Jaconet 
Muslins ; Embroideries, Laces ; also. Bonnet Willows, Flowers of the latest styles, MAN- 
TLES and CLOAKS. 



CITY DIRECTORY. H 



Baldwin Mrs. Emma R., milliner, 145 N. West. 

Baldwin Herman J., salesman H. Hausmann, bds. Macy 

House. 
Balke Chas., grocer, 177 E. Washington. 
Ball Doctor, blacksmith, 34 S. Pennsylvania. 
Ball Wm., carpenter, Byrkit & Beam. 
Ballard Austin, seal press manufacturer, 5 Circle. 
BALLARD GRANVILLE M., principal teacher Indiana 

Institute for educating the Blind. 
Ballard W. T., clerk A. D. Wood. 
Ballenger Elijah, carpenter, 18 Michigan ave. 
Ballmann Hermann, res. 80 E. Market. 
Ballweg Ambrose, machinist, 57 Madison ave. 
BALLWEG FREDERICK, State House Saloon, 95 W. 

Washington. 
Bals Charles G., (Ruschhaupt & B.,) res. 56 St. Joseph. 
Balwich Amos, machinist, Washington foundry. 
BAMBERGER H. & CO., hats, caps and furnishing goods, 

cor. Washington and Kentucky ave. 
Bamberger Herman, (H. B. & Co.,) bds. Macy House. 
Banghart Aaron W., farmer, 189 N. New Jersey. 
BANK OF THE STATE OF INDIANA, H. McCulloch, 

president ; James M. Ray, cashier, cor. Illinois and 

Kentucky ave. 
Bannan James, hostler Wood & Foudray. 
Banner John, porter, res. 90 Davidson. 
Banse Wm., wagon maker, 160 S. Alabama. 
Barbe Samson, moulder, res. 161 S. Delaware. 
Barbe Robert B., constable, res. 165 N. East. 
Barbour Samuel, Deputy IJ. S. Marshal, res. 17 W. Geor- 
gia. 
BARBOUR & HOWLAND, attorneys, 19 E. Washington, 

No. 2, second jSoor. 
Barbour Lucian, (B. & Howland,) res. S. E., of city limits. 
Bard Martin, turner Spiegel, Thoms & Co., bds. Gait House. 
Barker David J., huckster, N. Meridian, W. side, N. of 

Second. 
Barker H. H., foreman Sentinel book bindery, Sentinel 

buildings. 
Barker Peter N., grocer, N. Mississippi, E. side, bt. Sixth 

and Seventh. 
Barlow T. S., breakman Bellefontaine R. R , bds. Tremont 

House. 
Barnard J., (Farnsworth & B.,) res. 89 E. Ohio. 



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INDIANAPOLIS 




CITY DIRECTORY. 13 



Barneclo John M., shipping clerk Indianapolis and Cincin- 
nati Depot, res. 45 E. Louisiana. 

Barneclo Lorenzo, machinist, bds. 46 S. Noble. 

Barnes Ellis, foreman book and job department Journal Co. 

Barnes Henry, foreman news room Sentinel office. 

Barnes Henry F., M. D., assistant physician Indiana Hos- 
pital for the Insane. 

Barnett D. W., bds. Tremont House. 

Barnitt & Brother, grocers, 170 E. Washington. 

Barnitt Isaac, (B. & Brother,) res. 72 N. East. 

Barnitt Thomas, (B. & Brother,) res. 83 E. Market. 

Barnitz Charles, dry goods, 4 W. Washington, res. 94 S. 
Illinois. 

Barr Jacob, Venetian blind manufiicturer, res. 86 Alabama. 

Barr Joseph, saloon, 169 E. Washington. 

Barr Nancy Elizabeth, bt. Blake and Dunlop. 

Barrett James, laborer, 89 S. Tennessee. 

Barrett James W., res. 20 N. Delaware. 

Barrett Patrick, laborer, 22 alley, bt. S. East and S. 
Liberty. 

Barringer George, conductor Indiana Central R. R., bds. 
Bates House. 

Barry E. H., cor. First and Tennessee. 

Barry John, laborer, 35 Huron. 

Barry Thomas G., clerk Wm. Hannaman. 

Barth George, 198 Virginia ave. 

Bartlett Joseph L., huckster, res. 121 S. Tennessee. 

Bass L., (col.,) fruits and oysters, S. W. cor. Washington 
and Meridian. 

BASSETT HORACE, clerk U. S. Circuit Court, office State 
Bank building, cor. Illinois and Kentucky ave., res. 18 
E. Ohio. 

Bassett Horace, jr., clerk H. Bassett. 

Bates' City Mills, 282 E. Washington, R. P. Finney, pro- 
prietor. 

Bates Edward, 58 S. Mississippi. 

BATES HERVEY, SR., 66 E. Market. 

Bates Hervey, jr., (B. & Maguire,) res. 73 N. Delaware. 

BATES HOUSE, Wm. Judson, proprietor, cor. Washington 
and Illinois. 

BATES & MAGUIRE, wholesale grocers, 6 Bates House 
building. 

Batty John H., groceries and provisions, 21 N. Alabama. 

Battell Patrick, tailor Jennings & Dunbar. 



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INDIANAPOLIS 



S. A. EDGAB. 



N. B. FREEMAN. 



EDGAR & FREEMAN, 
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN 




AND 



SHOES, 




^^OOK 



No. 6 TV^est "Washington Street, 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND., 

NATHANIEL WEST. WILLIAM WILSON. 

A\^EST & ^VILSOlSr, 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND., 

Real Estate and General Collecting Agents, 

Will buy and sell Real Estate, in this and adjoining States. Buy, sell, 

AND LOCATE LAND WARRANTS. 

Pay taxes on Real Estate for non-residents. Make collections generally, over the West. 
All business entrusted to our care shall be promptly attended to. 

OFFICE NO. 1 ODD FELLOWS' HALL, 

COR. WASH. & PENN. STREETS, INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 

A. S. WEIGHT, M. D. 

Inmipnpfitlist. 

OFFICE South-West cor. Washington and Meridian Sts. 

Entrance nearly opposite Post Office. 



RESIDENCE— No. 136 N. Illinois Street. 

OFFICE HOURS FROM 8 TO 9 O'CLOCK, A. M., AND FROM ]>i TO 3 P. M. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 15 



Baudy Anthony, employee Central R. R. depot, res. 129 S. 
Alabama. 

Baugh Casper, laborer, 14 Garden. 

Baughman, carpenter, 123 E. New York, 

Bauman Andrew, saloon, res. 248 W. Washington. 

Baumhafer Henry, (Baumhafer & Stuckmier,) res. 236 Rail- 
road ave. 

Baumhafer & Stuckmier, carpenters. 

BAYMILLER CHARLES P., local editor Indiana State 
Sentinel, bds. Palmer House. 

Beach S. L., salt agent, bds. Oriental House. 

BEACH WILLIAM B., clerk supreme court, office State 
House, res. 106 N. West. 

Beal John, porter Little's Hotel. 

Beale Joshua, house and sign painter, 133 Virginia ave., res. 
159 S. Alabama. 

Beam David, (Byrkit & Beam,) res. 125 S. Tennessee. 

Bear Mrs. Sidna, 152 W. Georgia. 

Beasley John E., bootmaker A. Knodle & Son., res. 105 N. 
Tennessee. 

Beasley Nathaniel, carpenter, res. 166 S. New Jersey. 

BEATY DAVID S., secretary of Gas Co., & Central plank 
road Co. oflBce 3 W. Washington, up stairs, res. 80 E. 
Michigan. 

Beaver Elisha, carpenter, res. 69 Benton. 

Beck Andrew, freight conductor Terre Haute R. R., bds. 
107 S. Tennessee. 

BECK CHRISTIAN, gunsmith, 8 N. Meridian, res. 80 N. 
New Jersey. 

BECK EDWARD, Crystal Palace Saloon, 44 W. Wash- 
ington. 

Beck George L., painter, bds. 32 E. New York. 

Beck Jacob, gunsmith, res. 230 Alabama. 

Beck John, watch maker, bds. Palmer House. 

Beck Samuel, gunsmith, 80 E. Washington, bds. 21 S. Del- 
aware. 

Becker Frederick, carpenter, 203 N. Illinois. 

BECKER H., trunk maker, 30 E. Washington, res. 17 
Virginia ave. 

Becker Isaac, teamster, 164 N. Noble. 

Becker Jacob, (Tapking & B.,) res. 113 E. New York. 

Beckman Wm., laborer F. P. Rusch. 

Beckman Wm., express driver, 208 S. Alabama. 

Beckner Samuel H., mail agent, res. 34 E. Ohio. 



INDIANAPOLIS 



A. J. DANFORTH. A T. GENTRY, 

BAMFOBTH & ©EMTBY, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 

GroceriiSp ioifiotioneriis 

FOREIGN FRUITS, NUTS, TEAS. &C. 

No. 3 Odil Fellows' Hall, Indianapolis, Ind. 

g^= Goods delivered to all parts of the City free of Charge. =®a 

CI^ARLES C. FRENCH, 

NO. 37 WEST WASHINGTON STREET, 

FOUR DOORS EAST OF THE PALMER HOUSE, INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 



If 

By ADAM KISTJ\ER, 

NO. 136 ILLmOIS ST., NEAR THE UNION DEPOT, 
INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 

TERMS: 

PER MEAL 25CTS. I LODGING AND TWO MEALS. . . 60 CTS. 

LODGING AND ONE MEAL 40 " | PER DAY 75 " 

B. R. M'CORD. WM. M. WHEATLEY. 

i8'i®ii & WMEATiif, 

DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF 

POPL&E mm, m m shingles. 

YARI3 ON I3ELAWAHE STREET, 

SOUTH OF INDIANAPOLIS &o CINCINNATI K. E. DEPOT, INDIANAPOLIS' 

B@" CMH PAID FOR LUmBSft, LATH Md SHmGlES. "®a 
CASM oR»)e«s Fxx.x.)en PRom)PTrx.Y. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 17 



BEEBB RICHARD, Empire Saloon, 23 W. Washington, 

bds. American House. 
Beecher George, carriage maker, bds. 55 S. Pennsylvania. 
Beeler Mrs. Hannah, 37 E. St. Clair. 
Behle Wm., tailor Jennings & Dunbar. 
Behrmer John, brick maker, res. 112 S. Noble. 
BEHYMER DANIEL, carpenter, 66 N. New Jersey, res. 

158 N. West. 
Belcher George, res. 213 Alabama. 
Bell Jephthe W., bds Temperance House. 
Bell John W., compositor State Sentinel office, bds. 27 Indi- 
ana ave. 
Bell Miletus, M. D., res. 124 N. Delaware. 
Bell William, teamster, res. 74 Blackford. 
BELLEFONTAINE RAILROAD OFFICE, cor. Meridian 

and Louisiana. 
Belsner Michael, teamster, 66 W. Ohio. 
Bemiss Marvin, printer Citizen office. 
Bender Phillip, bootmaker C. Bruner. 
Bender Tobias, currier J. Fishback. 
Benhamer William, plasterer, res. 171 W. Vermont. 
Bennett William H,, bookkeeper, res. 12 W. North. 
Bennett James C, with J. B Perrine, bds. Mrs. Downie. 
Benoran Charles, employee Bellefontaine R. R., res. 39 

Forrest Home ave. 
Benton A. R., professor of languages, N. W. C. University, 

res. N. E. of city limits. 
Berdicah Henry, carpenter, bds. 33 N. Noble. 
Beresser Charles, groceries and provisions, 36 Indiana ave., 

res, same. 
Berg Henry, carpenter Washington Foundry. 
Berg Henry, machinist City Foundry. 
Berger John, salesman J. A. Heidlinger, 10 N. Illinois. 
Bergner John, stone mason, 17 Chatham. 
Berner Charles, porter Mills, Alford & Co. 
Berner John, packer Wright, Blake & Co., res. Davidson. 
Bernamer Joseph, brick maker, res. 50 Huron. 
Bernheim Henry, waiter Crystal Palace. 
Berry Andrew J., brick moulder, bds. 212 E. St. Clair. 
Berry E. W., cooper, bds. 51 E. Louisiana. 
Berry Mrs. Ellen, boarding, 31 S. Delaware. 
Berry George W., brick maker, res. 104 E. McCarty. 
Berry Isaac N., last maker, bds. at Mrs. Kinder. 
2 



18 INDIANAPOLIS 



SPIEGEL, THOMS & CO., 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

i«iii!S, TSiiis, sms, 

BOOK CASES, WORK STANDS, LOUNGES, CRIBS, 

WASH STANDS, DESKS, 

And every Variety of Plain and Fancy Cabinet Furniture^ 

SALE ROOMS NO. 73 EAST WASHINGTON ST., 
XSTDIAHrAFOZiIS, IITD. 



MANUFACTURER OP ALL KINDS OF 

ATTJaESSES! 

NO. 73 WEST WASHINGTON STREET, 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 

DAVID KREGELO. JOHN BLAKE. JACOB VANDEGRIFT. G. SHERMAN. 

KREGELO, BLAKE & CO., 



ON CANAL, GOR. NEW YORK ST., INDIANAPOLIS. 

FLOORINa, SASH, DOORS, BLINDS, 

Jli]5 qll hi^^^ of Sl-e.sscc) JiflDbci- for ^\\M]i^ ^qi-po^e^ 

CONSTANTLY ON HAND. 
AL,!, ORDERS FROOT A DISTANCE PROMPTJLY FILLED. 

EDWARD BOUCHET, 

CLOTHES RENOVATOR, DYER AND SCOURER 

No. 19 SOUTH MERIDIAN STREET, 

XI«nXAl«APOX.XS, XniKJXAniA. 

B®"" This is the place to take your old clothes and have them fixed as 
good as new. All kinds of 

LADIES' WEARING APPAREL, SILK OR WOOLEN, 

Cleaned or dyed to any shade. All work warranted to give satisfaction. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 19 



Berry Isaac H., farmer, res. 62 N. Tennessee. 

Berry John, farmer, res. 240 Indiana ave. 

Berry wid. Mary, carpet weaver, 212 E. St. Clair. 

Berryman Eli, chair maker, 2 Meek. 

Berryman Ezekiel, carpenter, 4(3 S. Noble. 

Berryman James M., foreman Davis & Parish, bds. 50 S. 
Noble. 

BERRYMAN JOHN, wagon maker, E. Washington E. of 
Cady. 

Berryman William, blacksmith, res. 46 S. Noble. 

Bertelsmann Henry, groceries and provisions, 198 Massa- 
chusetts ave., res. same. 

Bertsch Julius, employee J. P. Michael, bds. 135 W. Mary- 
land. 

Besa Ernst, bar tender, Pennsylvania House. 

Best George, tailor, 43 Massachusetts ave. 

Beynan Thomas, patent lath mill, East bt. Peru and Belle- 
fontaine R. R. tracks. 

Bigelow Ira, plasterer, 178 E. New York. 

Bigelow Isaac, plasterer, bds. 178 E. New York. 

Bilger J., carpenter, bds. Tremont House. 

BINGHAM & DOUGHTY, proprietors Indiana State Sen- 
tinel oflfice, Sentinel buildings, W. Washington. 

Bingham Joseph J., editor State Sentinel, res. cor. New 
York and West. 

Bingham James, grocer, Washington E. of limits. 

Bingham W. P., watchmaker W. H. Talbott & Co., res. 7 E. 
Ohio. 

Bird Henry, (col.,) barber, bds. 145 W. Washington. 

Bird Patrick, laborer, res. 70 Douglass. 

BIRKENMAYER P. S. & CO., dealers in agricultural and 
horticultural implements, 74 E. Washington. 

Birkenmayer P. S., (P. S. B. & Co.,) bds. Bates House. 

Bisbing Jacob, book binder, 124 N. West. 

Bischner W. F., blacksmith, 144 E. Georgia. 

Bishop A., painter Washington Foundry. 

Bishop Wm. H., clerk J. F. Ramsay. 

Bissell Wm., blacksmith, 34 S. Pennsylvania. 

Blaas Charles, blacksmith, H. Gaston 

Black James, runner Wright House, res. 86 Massachu- 
setts ave. 

Black John, conductor Indiana Central R. R., bds. Ameri- 
can House. 

Black Peter, res. 53 N. New Jersey. 



20 INDIANAPOLIS 



E. G. WAED. R. FEEGUSON. N. W. FERGUSON. 

WARD, FERGUSON & CO, 




MERCHANT TAILORS, 



NO. 3 WEST WASHINGTON STREET, 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 

HOOSISR WOOLEN FACTORY 

North side of Washington street, near White River bridge, 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 



G. W. GEISENDORFF & CO., 

Manufacturers of the very 

BEST aUALITY OF WOOLEN GOODS 

Such as Plaid, White, Green, Red, and Brown Flannel. Jeans, Cassimeres, Satinetts, 
Blankets, Stocking Yarns, &c., &.c. 

LUCIAN BARBOUR. J. D. HOWLAND. 

BARBOUR & ROWLAND, 

ATTOHNEVS /IT tAW, 

No. 19 E. Washington St., No. 2 Second Floor, 
INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 21 



Blaes Nicholas, dealer in ale, &c., 66 S. Pennsylvania. 

Blain Thomas, moulder Washington Foundry. 

Blair James M., harness and collars, 87 W. Washington, 

BLAKE'S BUILDING, cor. Washington and Illinois. 
BLAKE JAMES, office Blake's building, cor. Washington 

and Kentucky ave., res. 186 N. Tennessee. 
Blake Mrs. Margaret, 39 Huron. 

Blake William M., (Wright, Blake & Co.,) 201 N. Tennessee. 
Blake John, (Kregelo, Blake & Co.,) res. 134 N. West. 
Bland Hiram, carpenter, res. 155 N. New Jersey. 
Blinn Adam, bds. 190 S. Pennsylvania. 
Blunk A. F., 269 Massachusetts ave. 
Bly Samuel, employee Indiana Central R. R., res. 44 S. 

Noble. 
Boaz wid. C. T., res. 20 W. North. 
Boaz C. T. & Co., boots and shoes, 46 E. Washington. 
Boaz William, carpenter and painter, 261 S. Pennsylvania. 
Bobbs J. S., M. D., 172 E. Washington, up stairs. 
Bobbs Mrs. Elizabeth, 81 N. Pennsylvania. 
Bockstahler Martin, baker J. C. Weinberger. 
Bockstahler Mathias, butcher, 50 W. South. 
Bodenmiller Leonard, blacksmith H. Gaston. 
Boerum Joseph S., carpenter, 200 N. Illinois. 
BOETTICHER JULIUS, publisher of Indiana Volksblatt, 

130 E. Washington. 
Boetticher Otts, foreman Indiana Volksblatt. 
Bogert Cornelius, grave digger, S. W. cor. Missouri and 

Merrill. 
Bohlen D. A., architect, 23 E. Washington third floor, res. 

44 Huron. 
Bohne Maria, midwife, 22 S. Alabama. 
Bolan Michael, laborer 39 Henry. 
Bolerig Charles, carriage trimmer, res. 66 N. East. 
BoUman Fredrick, baker, 91 E. Washington. 
Bollier Paul, laborer, res. 271 N. Illinois. 
Bolton James P., checkman Bellefontaine R. R. depot. 
Bomberger David, carpenter, 207 Indiana ave. 
Bond Abraham, shoemaker, res. 49 W. South. 
Bond Mrs. Caroline, N. Mississippi, W. side, bt. Third and 

Fourth. 
Bonn John, brakesman Jeffersonville R. R., res. 173 S. Del- 
aware. 
Bonsar W., wagon maker, Virginia ave., near McCarty. 



22 



INDIANAPOLIS 




SAMUEL TAGGART, 

IILLWIIEHT 



MANUFACTURER OF 

Complete. Also, Wheat and Buckwheat Flour 
Bolts ; keeps Dutch Anker Brand Bolting Cloths, 

AND MILL FUENISHINGS GENERALLY 

Bolting Cloths made up to order. Drawings for 

Flouring Mills, &c., made on application, 

and will superintend the construction 

of the same, when desired. 

Office, City Foundry Building's. 

SOUTH PENNSYLVANIA ST. 

RESIDENCE. 64 N. MISSISSIPPI ST. 
Taggart's Flour Packer, patented 19 Dec-i 1854. 

General Cofflfflission Mercliant, 

PHOVtSIONS, UQUOaS AND STONE WAHE, 

107 W. WASHINGTON ST., OPPOSITE STATE HOUSE, 
irTDIA3VAFOXiIS, IKrD. 



GEO. MEERITT. 



WM. COUGHLEN. 



OHIO PREMIUM WOOLEN FACTORY, 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 
S. SIDE WASHINGTON ST., ON THE BANK OF THE RIVER, 

MANUFACTURE AND KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND 
ALL KINDS OF CUSTOM WORK ATTENDED TO PROMPTLY. 

H. TILLY & CO., 

MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN 

-A. 3Nr 3D O .A X«r 33 Xji £3 S, 

Factory, Bluff Road, near J. T. Wright's Flour Mill, 

8@" Orders left at Wm. Tilly's Drug Store, No. 81 East Wasliington 
street, will be promptly attended to. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 



23 



Booker Alfred, Massachusetts ave. 

Borehert Frederick, copper smith, 59 St. Mary. 

Borgerding Herman, cabinet maker, bds. 150 N. Noble. 

Borking Christian, drayman, 30 Union, 

Borman Henry, brick maker, 74 S. Noble. 

Borst George, currier J. Fishback. 

Bossert John, baker, 121 Fort Wayne ave. 

Boswell John, carpenter Byrkit & Beam. 

Bott Henry, Union Saloon, 42 Louisiana, res. same. 

Bott John, agent for Charles Volmer, res. 33 N. Ala- 
bama. 

BOUCHET EDWARD, dyer and scourer, 19 S. Meridian, 
res. same. 

Boutsay Thomas, turner Osgood, Smith & Co. 

Bovard James, mail conductor, 18 W. Ohio. 

Bovey A., turner Root, Drake & Co. 

Bowen Silas T., (Stewart & B.,) res. 87 N. Illinois. 

Bower Mrs. Mary, 63 N. Blinois. 

Bower Nicholas, stone cutter, 60 Bluflf road. 

BOWERS T. J., City Daguerreau Gallery, cor. Washington 
and Meridian, res. 5 Circle. 

Bowman Abraham, salesman W. & H. Glenn, res. 50 W. 
Vermont. 

Bowles Thomas H., (Gorden, Connor & Bowles,) bds. Bates 
House. 

Bowser John, carpenter, Washington Foundry. 

Boyd David M., shingle machines, 37 S. Meridian. 

Boyd David, clerk Bellefontaine R. R. office. 

Boyd E. C, clerk post office, bds. S. Beck. 

BOYD JOSEPH F., ticket agent Indianapolis, Peru & Cin- 
cinnati R. R. office, cor. Meridian and Louisiana, bds. 
Bates House. 

Boyd J. T., physician, bds. Wright House. 

Boyd John, porter Carlisle & Son. 

Boyer William, (col.,) gardener, res. 53 W. Georgia. 

Boyer Martin, fruit stand, cor. Washington and Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Boyles Michael W., clerk Jas. C. Yohn. 

Brackin & Ayres, carpenters, 221 N. Tennessee. 

Brackin Thomas, (B. & Ayres,) res. 221 N. Tennessee. 

Brademier Frederick, superintendent Carlisle House. 

Braden David, (Park & B.,) bds. T. Park. 

Braden Wm., (Sheets & B.,) bds. Palmer House. 

Bradhop Dick, laborer, 33 N. Noble. 



24 INDIANAPOLIS 



WOODFORD STRINGFIELD, 



NO. 3 McOUAT'S BLOCK, 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 

SAW 1IAMIJFA€TUIIEII, 

OFFICE AND FACTORY CITY FOUNDRY BriLDINQS, 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 







^ '^X mX^^^^ 



Manufacturer and Agent for the United States, for N. T. COFFIN'S PATENT MILL & 

MULEY SAWS. Also, Manufacturer of J. H. TUTTLE'S PATENT CROSS-CUT SAW. 

in? Prompt attention paid to Repairing.cCH 

¥. iUTSCH i CO. 

DEALERS IN 

LIME & STONE, 

North of the M. & I. R. R. Depot, 
I]\DIA]\APOLIS, I]\D. 



BOTH PUTNAMVILLE AND JENNINGS COUNTY 

LIME RECEIVED DAILY, 

AND FOR SALE AT THE LOWEST MARKET PRICE. 

Orders left at the Office will receive prompt attention. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 25 



Brads Thomas, dealer in dry goods and groceries, 134 E. 
Ohio. 

BRADSHAW J. & J., wholesale and retail grocers, 25 W. 
Washington. 

Bradshaw James M., (J, & J. B.,) res. 149 N. Illinois. 

Bradshaw John A., (J. & J. B.,) res. 15 Ohio. 

BRADSHAW WILLIAM & CO., flour and feed, 16 S. 
Meridian. 

Bradshaw William, (W. B. & Co.,) res. 161 S. Alabama. 

Bradshaw William A., (W. B. & Co.,) res. 160 8. New 
Jersey. 

Bramaerr Crest, tailor, 57 Union. 

Bramkam Henry, butcher, Dunlap, bt. Elizabeth and North. 

BRAMWELL JOHN M., bookkeeper Robert Browning, 
res. 48 S. Mississippi. 

BRANCH OF THE BANK OF THE STATE OF IN- 
DIANA, N. E. cor. Washington and Illinois. Geo 
Tousey, President ; C. S. Stevenson, Cashier. 

Brandow John H., engineer, 25 E. Georgia. 

Brandt H. H., telegraph operator I. & C. R. R. Depot. 

Brannan Peter, boiler maker, Dumont & Sinker. 

Brannan John, porter Palmer House. 

Branninger Augustus, grocer, 168 Virginia ave., res. same. 

Brase Henry, bootmaker J. G. Kistner. 

Bray John S., carpenter, 82 E. Vermont. 

Brayer Stephen, moulder Washington Foundry. 

Brecount D., bds. Wright House. 

Bree Leopold, baker at 150 N. New Jersey. 

Bredemeyer Christian, laborer, 113 E. South. 

Bremmer Ferdinand, cooper J. P. Michael, bds. 135 W. Ma- 
ryland. 

Brenan Patrick, porter American House. 

Brenker William, cooper, 70 N. Mississippi. 

Bretz John A., grocer, 106 S. Illinois, bds. Tremont House. 

Bretney William, Deputy City Marshall, res. 75 W. Mary- 
land. 

Brewer W., printer Sentinel office, bds. Tremont House. 

Brickett Mrs. Deborah A., 135 W. Market. 

Brickett William D. C, plumber J. C. Dunn. 

Bridge Albert R., mortiser, Osgood, Smith & Co. 

Bregelman Emil, painter, bds. 30 Kentucky ave. 

Breggs James, butcher Gulick & Tweed, res. 129 N. West. 

Bright Amos L., assistant Bryant's Commercial College. 

Brigham Cliarles, compositor Locomotive office. 



26 INDIANAPOLIS 



CITY fOUMBHY 

AND MACHINE WORKS, 
South Pennsylvania Street, Indianapolis, Ind. 




GREENLEAF & BROWN,— -PROPRIETORS. 



AND ALL KINDS OF 



MILL MACHINERY, 

— ALSO — 

REAPING AND MOWING MACHINES, 

Manufactured and repaired at reasonable rates. Manufacturers of 

Sii^ar Mills, on ilie mast Improvcb Patfcrns. 

MODELS BUILT FOR PATENT OFFICE. 

PLANING, TURNING, FINISHING, 

Smithing, Repairing, and Pattern Making 

EXECUTED AT THE SHORTEST NOTICE. 



B@° For J, L. Brown's Excelsior Self-feeding Shingle 
Machine, see page 50. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 27 



Bright Mrs. Eliza, boarding, 27 Indiana ave. 
Brimmermann Caston, carriage maker, res. 94 N. East. 
Brimmermann Frederick, carriage maker, bds. 165 Liberty. 
Brinckmeyer Frederick, laborer, 127 Davidson. 
Brinckmeyer George, (Enners, B. & Geisel,) res. Davidson. 
Brinckmeyer John, saloon, 193 E. Washington, res. 139 E. 

Washington. 
Brinckmeyer John, groceries, &c., 113 E. Washington, res. 

152 N. Liberty. 
Brinker Augustus, cooper, 94 W. New York. 
BRINKMAN & BUCKSOT, livery and boarding stables, 17 

S. DelaAvare. 
Brinkman Charles, (B. & Bucksot,) res. 67 N. New Jersey. 
Brinkman Frederick, carpenter, 191 N. Noble. 
Brister Samuel M., carriage maker, 34 Kentucky ave. 
Britney Joseph, salesman Gulick & Tweed. 
Britton John G., saloon 1 58 W. Washington, res. same. 
Brocksmidt Henry, blacksmith, 231 S. Pennsylvania. 
Broden James, moulder Washington Foundry, res. 119 E. 

New York. 
Broden John, laborer, 117 E. New York. 
Broden Michael, printer, bds. 117 E. New York. 
Brogan Patrick, moulder, res. 54 Benton. 
Brogelmier Henry, brick maker, res. 312 Virginia ave. 

Broils Rev. , (col.,) baptist, bds. 190 W. North. 

Bromley William, teamster, 74 Bluif road. 

Brooks Henry, drayman, 273 S. Delaware. 

Brooks Henry, carpenter, Ohio bt. New Jersey and East. 

Brother John, blacksmith, N. side AVabash bt. Noble and 

Liberty, res. Washington E. of Benton. 
BROUGH JOHN, President and General Superintendent 

I., P. & C. R. R., office cor. Meridian and Louisiana. 
Brough John, clerk B. R. R. Office, res. 123 N. Delaware. 
Brough & Wonder, meat market, 204 E. Washington. 
Brouse Andrew, carpenter, 72 E. Michigan, res. 60 E. 

New York. 
Brouse Charles W., salesman Tousey & Byram, res. 39 E. 

Market. 
Brouse David, carpenter, bds. 60 E. New York. 
Brouse Rev. John A., 38 E. Market. 
Brouse Thomas C, bds. 60 E. New York. 
Brown Aaron, laborer, 168 N. Noble. 
BROWN ABRAHAM, attorney, 7 McOuat's block Ken- 
tucky ave., bds. Mrs. Kinder. 



INDIANAPOLIS 



W. M. LOWRY. 



J. W. JOHNSON. 



GRIFFIN, LOWRY & CO., 



iiiL 




AUCTION AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 

Will Buy, Sell, Trade, Convey or Exxhange, Farms and Farming Lands, Houses and Lots, 
and Tacant Lots. Rent and Lease Farms, Houses and Lots, &c., &c. Collect Rents, Notes, 
and other claims. Dealers in 

STOCKS, BONDS, LAND WARRANTS, &c. 

Will sell on Commission, all kinds of GOODS, WARES AND MERCHANDISE. HOUSE- 
HOLD AND KITCHEN FURNITURE will be sold at Auction, at their rooms or in any 
part of the City. 

N. B. THE INTELLIGENCE BUSINESS will be promptly attended to. 

0]¥E DOOR EAST OF I?IASOI¥IC HALL,. 



ADAM GRIFFIN. 



JOHN W. JOHNSON. 



GRIFFIN & JOHNSON, 




DEALERS IN 



R U B BE R S , 

No. 79 "West "WasMngton Street, 

(One door East of Masonic Hall, opposite Metropolitan Theater,) 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND, 



CITY DIRECTORY. 29 



Brown Austin H., county auditor, office Court House. 

Brown Clay, M. D., 16 N. Pennsylvania, res. 66 N. Dela- 
ware. 

Brown C. F., Superintendent Indianapolis Gas Light & Coke 
Co., res. N. Pennsylvania. 

Brown E., attorney at law, res. 151 E. South. 

Brown E., painter, cor. Illinois and Washington, up stairs, 
res. 217 N. Illinois. 

Brown Geo., res. 168 N. Alabama. 

Brown Geo. P. C, machinist Washington Foundry, res. 167 
N. Alabama. 

Brown Henry, bar tender J Brinckmeyer. 

BROWN IGNATIUS, attorney, 23 E. Washington, second 
floor, res. South. 

Brown Jerry, (col.,) engineer Locomotive office, res. 151 N. 
Alabama. 

Brown Jessy, machinist, res. 73 Merrill. 

BROWN Mrs. J., milliner and dress maker, 15 W. Wash- 
ington. 

Brown James, plasterer, res. 135 Alabama. 

Brown James J., carpenter, res. 95 McCarty. 

Brown James 0., painter Staats & English, bds. 168 Ala- 
bama. 

Brown James W., bds. 22 N. Meridian. 

Brown Rev. John, (Christian,) 130 N. New Jersey. 

Brown John F., tinner Root, Drake & Co., bds. 168 N. 
Alabama. 

Brown John, painter, res. 132 E. St. Clair. 

Brown John, carpenter, James, bt. Indiana ave. and St. 
Clair. 

BroAvn John, shoemaker, res. 46 W. Maryland. 

Brown John, porter Palmer House, res. 356 Virginia ave. 

Brown John, plasterer, 182 Liberty. 

Brown John, (col.,) cook Little's Hotel. 

Brown John L., (Greenleaf & B.,) propriotor Excelsior self- 
feeding shingle machine. 

Brown John W., baker, 150 N. New Jersey, res. same. 

Brown wid. Mary, 22 N. Meridian. 

Brown Mrs. Mary C, res. 144 N. New Jersey. 

BROWN & NOCQUET, architects, 6 McOuat's block. 

Brown P. A., student, bds. 130 N. New Jersey. 

Brown Phillip, lumber dealer, 275 Massachusetts ave. 

BROWN RYLAND T., Prof. Natural Science, N. W. C. 
University. 



30 INDIANAPOLIS 



EDWIN MAY, 
ARCHITECT, 

Office, 18 E. Market, Residence, 75 N. Peunsylvania. 

E. M. will furnish Drawings and Specifications of Public Buildings, Residences and Fire 
Proof Buildings. He will also superintend the erection of every class of buildings. Com- 
munications by mail will receive prompt attention 

JOHN FISHBACK, 



CASH DEALER IN 




J iri 
t 

CORNER MER8D!AN AND MARYLAND STREETS, 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 

OTANUFACTtJRES A SUPERIOR ARTICt,E OF SK5RTITVG. 

CHARLES M. RASCHIG, 

No. 15 E. WASHINGTON ST., SI6N OP THE TIN INDIAN, 

INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA. 

MANDFA.CTURER AND DEALER IN 

MPORTEB & DOMESTIC 
s 3sr TJ r" iH' , 



IJ^y A choice lot of Pipes, Cigar Cases, Snuff and Tobacco Boxes, constantly kept on 
hand. Orders by mail promptly attended to. 




CITY DIRECTORY. 31 



Brown Samuel, (col.,) cook, res. 139 N. Tennessee. 

Brown Samuel N., carpenter, res. 86 N. Meridian. 

Brown William, carpenter, bds. 80 W. Georgia. 

BroAvn Willis, (col.,) farmer, res. 116 W. Georgia. 

BROWNELL LORING R., notary public, insurance and 
land agent, 10 S. Meridian, up stairs, res 63 W. New 
York. 

Brownell Edwin W., clerk L. R. Brownell, bds. L. R. 
Brownell. 

Browning Edmund, boarding 88 Virginia ave. 

BROWNING GEORGE T., wholesale grocer, 64 and 66 
W. Washington, res. 134 N. Tennessee. 

Browning John W., clerk W. E. Wood. 

BROWNING ROBERT, drugs and mecUcines, 22 W. 
Washington, res, 50 S. Illinois. 

Browning Wood, clerk Robert Browning. 

Bruen William H., farmer, N. Meridian west side N. of Sec- 
ond. 

Bruggemann Wm., tailor, res. 192 E. Ohio. 

Bruhning Frank F., carpenter, 295 S. Delaware. 

Brummer Charles, music teacher, 33 N. Alabama. 

BRUNER CHARLES, boots and shoes, 20 S. Meridian, 
res. 112 S. New Jersey. 

Brundege Edward, bds. Wright House. 

Bruner Ruman, finisher, 195 S. Pennsylvania. 

Bruning Frederick, drayman, bds. 73 Bluff road. 

BRYANT ALEXANDER C, general freight agent, Bellc- 
fontaine R. R., res. 40 S. Illinois. 

Bryant Benjamin R., salesman W. & H. Glenn, bds. 57 
Massachusetts ave. 

Bryant Benjamin, surveyor with William Henderson, res. 
57 Massachusetts ave. 

BRYANT'S COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, Ramsay's block, 
cor. Illinois and Maryland. 

Bryant J. M., carpenter Kregelo, Blake & Co. 

Bryant James R., salesman VV. & H. Glenn, bds. 57 Massa- 
chusetts ave. 

Bryant James G., book and map agent, bds. 35 N. Ala- 
bama. 



BRYANT THOMAS J., principal Bryant's Commercial 

College, bds. Mrs. Ferguson. 
Bryant Wm. A., bds. 57 Massachusetts ave. 
Buchanan Cyrus F., carpenter, 14 S. West. 
Buchanan Geo. W., carpenter, 83 S. East. 



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INDIANAPOLIS 







RAOTSAY'S BI.OCK, CORNER ILLINOIS AND MARYIuAND 
STREETS, ONE SQUARE SOUTH OF PAEMER HOUSE, 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 

The facilities for acquiring a thorough business education at this School have been increas- 
ed till now unsurpassed. The room is one of the largest and best ventilated in the west, and 
in addition to the teachers formerly connected wiih the School, we expect to secure the ser- 
vices of a gentleman who has had over twenty years' experience as a merchant and active 
business man. The regular lecturers hereafter will be Dr. R. T. Brown, Geo. K. Perrin, Esq., 
John Coburn, Esq., and the Principal, each of whom are well known. 

The large number graduating at this school the past year has far surpassed every expecta- 
tion, while nine-tenths of them are in good business, and fully establishes the assertion that 
it is not only the cheapest, but most thorough School in the west. 

Each pupil, on bearing satisfactory examination, will receive a Diploma that is acknowl- 
edged to surpass any in the Union. The original design of which (may be seen at all times 
at our room) cost us months of labor. 

The course of studies embraces not only Book-Keeping, but all the connecting branches, 
such as Penmanship, Mercantile Arithmetic, Mercantile Correspondence, detecting counter- 
feit Money, &c., with daily lectures on Mercantile Law, and such suljjects as are essential to 
every man. 

Terms for complete course, with right of reviewing at pleasure, $25 00. 

T. J. BRYANT, Principal. 



Vacation from July First to September First. 



The undersigned being personally acquainted with Prof. T. J. Bryant, and his general 
character as a Teacher and Penman, feel satisfied that he thoroughly understands his busi- 
ness, and will accomplish all he promises; and we cheerfully recommend his Institute to all 
who wish the aid of an experienced teacher, or to acquire a complete business education. 



ASHBEL P. WILLARD, Governor. 
A. A. HAMMOND, Lt. Governor. 
DANIEL MoCLURE, Sec'y of State. 
JOHN W. DODD, Auditor of State. 



AQUILLA JONES, Treasurer of State. 
WM. B. BEACH, Clerk Supreme Court. 
GORDON TANNER, Rep. Supreme Ct. 
S. D. LYON, State Librarian. 



N. B. Any scholar who has completed his course with me, and has not received all I 
have ever promised, will have his money refunded on showing that the fault is mine. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 33 



Buchanan Ignatius, laborer, res. 218 S. Alabama. 

Buchanan James, wagon maker, bds. 262 E. Washington. 

Buchanan John, laborer, res. W. St. Clair bt. Michigan and 
Indiana ave. 

Buchanan John A., carpenter, res. 12 S. West. 

Buchanan Thomas, (Hawthorne & B.,) res. 262 E. Washing- 
ton. 

Buche Frederick, boot and shoe maker, 81 S. Illinois. 

Ruchter George, weaver Merritt & Coughlen, res. 192 W. 
Maryland. 

Buckir John, 70 St. Joseph. 

Buckley John, brakesman Lawrencebiirg R. R., res. 152 E. 
Ohio. 

Buckley Timothy, laborer, 192 S. Delaware. 

Bucksot William, (Brinkman & B.,) res. Wabash bt. New 
Jersey and East. 

Buddenbaum Heney, cabinet maker, 206 E. Ohio. 

Budence Henry, boarding 190 S. Pennsylvania. 

BUEHRIG HENRY E., (B. & Lehman,) also proprietor 
Farmers' Hotel. 

Buell Chester H., (Frost & B.,) res. 16 W. Michigan. 

BUELL & HALL, attorneys, 24 E. Washington, up stairs. 

Buffman John, engineer, res. E. New York. 

Bugby L. M., (B. & Perham,) res. 79 W. South. 

BUGBY & PERHAM, soap and candles, Maryland near 
river. 

BUIST THOMAS, iron, steel, stoves, &c., 60 W. Wash- 
ington, res. 156 N. Tennessee. 

Buist Frederick, bds. 12 N. East. 

Bullard Charles G., varnisher Sloan & Ingersol, res. 35 Hos- 
brook. 

Bullard Talbot, M. D., 23 S. Meridian, res. 87 E. Ohio. 

Bullard William R., student, bds. Dr. T. Bullard. 

Bundy Samuel K., (W. Jones & Co.,) res. 66 N. Mississippi. 

Bundy Thomas, saddler, res. 125 N. Illinois. 

BUNNER JOSEPH F., publisher of the Indiana Ameri- 
can, res. 10 W. Market. 

Bunty John, carpenter, res. Ill S. Tennessee. 

Burdell Madame Margaret, doctress, 29 S. Meridian. 

Burge John, M. D., bds. 94 N. Illinois. 

Burgess C. N., compositor Locomotive office, res. 112 N. 
East. 

Burgess John W., boarding, 22 W. Maryland. 



34 



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STEWART &.BOWEN, 

WHOLESALE & RETAIL 




DEALERS IN 



Books & Stationery, 

WALL AND WINDOW PAPER, 

PRINTERS' M^TERI^L, 

No. 18 West "Washington Street, 

INDIANAPOJLIS, INDIANA. 

lO'Trade Supplied at Cincinnati Prices. cOI 

PRANK ELWOOD, 




3NrO. 3 B^^TES HOXJSE, INT. IlLLinsrOIS ST. 

XftlKlXA2«APOX.XS, XlWOXi^KIA. 
Keeps constantly on hand a full assortment of Cloths, Cassimeres and Testings, which ] 
is prepared to make to order in the most fashionable style. 
AND ON THE MOST REASONABLE TERMS. A GOOD FIT WARRANTED. 

J. A.. HEIDLKSTGER, 



DIRECT IMPORTER OF THE 






^ 



Manufacturer and Dealer in all kinds of 

No. 10 Sates House, N. Illinois Street, 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 



CITY DIRECTORY. ^ »' > f- 1 3 r-y»%fjSb 



13587^8" 



Burgess Samuel, bds. Wright House. 

BURGTORF FREDERICK, cabinet maker and undertaker, 
129 E. Washington, res. same. 

Burk Charles, street sprinkler, res. 105 E. South. 

Burk Elisha, (col.) laborer, Howard west side bt. iSecond and 
Third. 

BURK J. & W. C, coal dealers, 27 W. Washington. 

Burk John, (J. & W. C. B.,) res. 5 Kentucky ave. 

Burk Wm. C, (J. & W. C. B.,) bds. 5 Kentucky ave. 

Burke Henry, shoemaker, 142 W. Market. 

Burke Henry, stone mason, 274 S. Delaware. 

Burks James M., painter, 133 W. Maryland. 

Burks John, shoemaker J. K. Sharpe. 

Burkhart Andrew J., painter, 146 N. Mississippi. 

Burnam P. S., conductor I., P. & C. R. R., bds. Bates 
House. 

Burns James, assistant fireman Gas Works. 

Burns Patrick, assistant Gas Works. 

Burns Wm. F., rope maker, S. end West. 

Burt Cornelius, cook, res. Ill Blake. 

Burton Geo. H., cooper, 78 N. Mississippi. 

Burton James T., jeweler George Fuller, bds. Dr. Up De- 
graff. 

Burton John C, res. 183 N. Alabama. 

Burton Joseph, salesman Gulick & Tweed. 

Burton Samuel, res. 152 W. New York. 

Busch Christian, shoemaker, 149 W. Washington, res. 151 
W. Washington. 

Busch Frederick, shoemaker, 215 S. Pennsylvania. 

BUSCHER & HOHL, grocers, 69 E. Washington. 

Buscher Henry, (B. & Hohl,) res. 14 S. Alabama. 

Buscher Henry, grocer, 51 E. South, res. same. 

Buschmann H., grocer. Bluff road, near McCarty. 

Bush Jacob, saloon, 248 E. Washington, res. 246 E. Wash- 
ington. 

Bushmier Henry, laborer, bds. 143 E. Georgia. 

Bushrod Thomas, (col.,) grocer 123 Indiana ave., res. 158 
N. Missouri. 

Bussey Frederick, clerk John Bussey, bds. 117 S. Ten- 
nessee. 

BUSSEY JOHN, Washington Hall billiard saloon, W. 
Washington adjoining Theatre; also. Verandah Saloon, 
36 Louisiana, res. 117 S. Tennessee. 

Butcour Conrad, laborer, 232 N. New Jersey. 



36 



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ANDREW WALLACE, 

STORAGE, rORWAROlNG, AND 




AND DEALER IN 



WHEAT, FLOUR, CORN, TLAX-SEEI}, SALT, 

White Fish, M;ickerel, Cement, Calcined Plaster, Land Plaster, White Lime, White Sand, 

Rosin, Nails, Western Keserve Cheese, White Lead, and all 

kinds of Staple Groceries and Seed. 

if oi|3t3 OS] §. £. Sicit|Oi]ql m^ Scl[)bD.tc Si., JiiOiqiiQpoilg. 

Vry Agent for the sale of Flour . will make liberal advances on Flour shipped to Cleve- 
land. Philadelphia, New York, or Boston. Reference— All who have done business with me. 

CRYSTAL PALACE RESTAURANT. 

EDWARD BECK, PROPRIETOR. 

Warm Meals at all Hours of the Day 




A CHOICE SELECTION OF 



WINES, LiaUORS, 
A:t^Z) CIGARS 

AI,V(7AVS ON HAND. 

NO. 44 WEST WASHINGTON ST., 

INDIANAPOLIS. IND. 

~~ H. BECKER, 

TRUNK 

MANUFACTURER, 
30 West Washington St.^ 

North side, under Hill's Hat Store, 
OR TEMPERANCE HALL, 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 

Jh|i]li,s, diqli,ses, i^hles Soooei Soxe^, C^l^pei S^03, &^c., 

At wholesale or retail. Trunks made to order. Trunks repaired on fair and reasonable 

H, BECKER. 




CITY DIRECTORY. 37 



BUTLER CHRISTOPHER C, patent and real estate 
agent ; also editor and publisher of Commercial Tele- 
gram, 10 S. Meridian, res. 99 N. Noble. 

Butler George W., bds. Palmer House. 

Butler Mrs. Margaret, 118 Alabama. 

Butler Ovid, Forest Home ave. 

Butterfield Cyrus S., pressman Journal office. 

Butterfield Millard, compositor Journal office, res. 183 E. 
Vermont. 

Butscli Adam, laborer, bds. 101 N. Mississippi. 

Butsch George, grocer, 173 S. Delaware, res. same. 

Butscli John, res. 42 W. South. 

Butsch Joseph, ice dealer, res. 48 W. South. 

Butsch Peter, ale and porter 73 S. Illinois, res. same. 

BUTSCH V. & Co., lime dealers, E. South, north side, bt. 
Pennsylvania & Delaware. 

Butsch Valentine, (V. B. & Co.,) res. 42 W. South. 

Buzzel Mrs. Sarah, 79 W. Vermont. 

Byram N. S., ( Tousey & B.) bds. 21 S. Delaware. 

BYRKIT & BEAM, planing mill, sash, doors, and carpen- 
ters, 60 S. Tennessee. 

Byrkit Edwin, clerk B. F. Tuttle. 

Byrkit Philip, carpenter, 81 N. New Jersey. 

Byrkit John W., carpenter Byrkit & Beam, res. S. end 
Illinois. 

Byrkit Martin, (B. & Beam,) res. 68 S. Tennessee. 

Byrkit Socrates, pressman Locomotive office. 



Cady Mrs. Abba A., 4 Circle. 

Cahann Patrick, laborer, 23 E. Georgia. 

Cahill Hugh, weaver, 239 W. Washington. 

Cahill John S., news carrier, 172 N. New Jersey. 

Cahill Michael, 232 E. Washington. 

Cahrin Wm., clerk Buscher & Hohl. 

Cain George W., apprentice Philip Haynes. 

Cain John, res. 21 W. Michigan. 

Cain Patrick, laborer, 22 S. Liberty. 

CALIFORNIA HOUSE, A. Kistner, proprietor, 136 S. 

Illinois. 
Callahan Dennis, laborer, 14 E. Georgia. 
Callahan James, (col.) carpenter, 145 W. Washington. 
Callahan Jeremiah, shoemaker, bds. 27 Ellsworth. 



38 INDIANAPOLIS 



GEORGE F. MEYER, 




MANUFACTUBER AND DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF 

CimilG UNO SmOKING TOBACCO, 

Sign of the Big Indian, 35 West Wasliington St., 

INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA. 

in? All Goods warranted of the best quality. Orders solicited and promptly attended to. 

JOHN A. COTTMAN, 

MERCHMT TMtOn, 

A.ISrD CLOTHIEU, 
28 E. Wasliington St., next Door to Fletcher's Bank. 

Xl«»XAmAPOX.XS, Xl«)OXi=»il«A. 



inp A full supply of Odd Fellows' Regalia and Theatrical Costumes kept constantly on 
hand. Also, Gent's Furnishings, such as Shirts, Collars, Gloves, Cravats, &,c. 

MUS. J. BPlOA\^N'S 

MiLLIII[RYDR[SSMIlKlllii 

FURNISHING STORE, 

NO. 15 WEST WASHINGTON ST., 




CITY DIRECTORY. 39 



Callahan Michael, sr., laborer, bds. 27 Ellsworth. 

Callahan Michael jr., laborer, 27 Ellsworth. 

Callahan John, laborer, 172 N. Noble. 

Callinan Daniel J., salesman W. & H. Glenn. 

Calvin Joseph, painter, res. 221 N. Noble. 

Cameron George, brick moulder, res. 285 S. East. 

CAMERON & McNEELY, proprietors Indianapolis Daily 

Citizen, 17 S. Meridian. 
Cameron William S., (C. & McNeely,) res. 116 N.Alabama. 
Camp M., messenger B. R, R. United States Express Co, 
Campbell Andrew, tailor, 227 W. Washington, res. same. 
CAMPBELL CHARLES C, U. S. Receiver, 4 McOuat's 

Block, res. cor. Meridian and North. 
Campbell Hugh, lab. 188 S. East. 

CAMPBELL JOHN C, president Indiana & Illinois Cen- 
tral Railway Co., 8 Blake's building, res. 33 N. Me- 
ridian. 
Campbell Samuel, bookbinder Delzell & Tyler. 
Campbell Samuel, messenger Harrison's bank, bds. 59 E. 

Ohio. 
Campbell Thomas S., bookbinder Delzell & Tyler. 
Campbell William H., clerk post office, res. 59 E. Ohio. 
Campbell W., bds. 59 East Ohio. 
Canada George, hair dresser under Oriental House. 
Canada James, laborer, 21 Benton. 

Canada Lawrence, porter State House, res. 310 S. Dela- 
ware. 
Cane Dennis, blacksmith City Foundry. 
Cantrell D. M., compositor Indiana American. 
Cantwell Michael, pattern maker, res. 61 Spring. 
Cansler John, driver American Express. 
Cares Joseph, carpenter, res. 58 Davidson. 
Cares Martin, carpenter, bds. 61 N. Noble. 
Carger George, huckster, res. 118 Union. 
Carico John M., groceries and provisions, 37 Indiana ave., 

res. 35 W. New York. 
Carlisle Mrs. Ann M., 67 N. Mississippi. 
Carlisle Daniel W., clerk B. R. R. Depot, res. 55 N. Me- 
ridian. 
CARLISLE HOUSE, H. Wagner, proprietor, 217 W. 

Washington. 
Carlisle Henry D., (J. C. & Son,) bds. 204 W. Washington. 
CARLISLE JOHN & SON, flour and groceries, 208 W. 
Washington, 



40 



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PROF. B. F. 6RESH, 

OIF 

" iSSSS Wit 

F o K 

COTILLION PARTIES, STREET PARADES, &c. 

On the most reasonable terms. The Professor will accompany his Kand upon all occasions. 
Leave orders at the 

UNCLE SAM SALOON, 

No. 19 Illinois St., nearly opposite Bates House, 

B. F. GRESII, Proprietor, B. F. JOHNSON, Manager. 

^^^ WARM MEALS AT ALL HOURS OF THE DAY. 

^^^S i- ^^® Choicest Liquors and Cigars constantly on hand. Five New Marble 
- ^^ ^■^nr '''°^' BILLIARD TABLES in the Second Story, 

A. METZGER'S 

Pennsylvania St. Second Door South of Washington, 

(Nearly opposite Odd Fellows' Hall,) 

INDIANAPOLIS, INI). 

Manufacturer of Butter Crackers, Soda Crackers, Water Crackers, Boston Ci ackers, 
Sugar Crackers, Pic Nic Crackers and Cracknel Biscuit. 

Crackers, Pies, Cakes and Bread, Wholesale & Retail. 

G. A. IMBERY, 

AGENT AND DEALER IN 

^m %\mi i Itdmr lime, 

m\im BRnWQY, QRIEO PRBBJES, DRIED PEARS, &C. 

Wholesale and Retail Depot at 

Washington St., two Doors E. of Wright House. 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 41 



Carlisle John, (J. C. & Son,) res. 204 W. Washington. 

CARMICHAEL JESSE D., proprietor Palmer House. 

Carmody Michael, laborer, 12 S. East. 

Carnell James, emploj'ee Washington Foundry. 

Carney John, employee Gas Works, res. 131 S. Alabama. 

Carney William, runner Little's Hotel. 

Carpenter John, engineer, res. 221 S. Delaware. 

Carr John M., salesman, bds. 79| E. Washington. 

Carr Owen J., moulder Root, Drake & Co., res. 264 S.Delaware. 

Carr Thomas, yardman Smith & Stevenson. 

Carroll Michael, carpenter, 98 Pennsylvania. 

Carter Charles E., watchman, res. 89 N. Illinois. 

Carter Gabriel, Tennessee, E. side, bt. Fifth and Sixth. 

Carter Henry, carpenter, res. 117 W. Maryland. 

CARTER JOHN & CO., dry goods, 56 E. Washington. 

Carter John, (J. C. & Co.,) res. 147 N. Delaware. 

CartAvright Thomas, teamster, 63 Spring. 

Case John B., engineer, 192 E. E. St. Clair. 

Case Salome M., 82 E. Ohio. 

Case Wm. P., county surveyor, office court house square. 

Casselberry Arnold, laborer, 241 Massachusetts ave. 

Casselberry Mrs. M., dress maker, 241 Massachusetts ave. 

Casey John, blacksmith, res. Hi E. Georgia. 

Casey Patrick, blacksmith Dumont & Sinker. 

Cassady Isaac N., cooper, res. 67 S. Pennsylvania. 

Castelle James, machinist Washington Foundry. 

Cathcart Andrew, res. 162 S. New Jersey. 

Cathcart Robert, clerk Merrill & Co. 

Catterson C. W., carpenter, 91 N. Meridian. 

Catterson James B., farmer, 241 Indiana ave. 

Catterson Robert F., tinner R. L. & A. W. McOuat. 

Cavanaugh Mathias, Osgood, Smith & Co. 

CAVEN JOHN, attorney 23 E. Washington second floor, 

bds. Mrs. Morrison. 
Caylor George, carpenter, res. N. Mississippi west side bt. 

Third and Fourth. 
Caylor Jacob, butcher, cor. Washington and Delaware. 
Caylor Sanford, butcher, 187 E. Washington. 
Chain John, laborer, Washington Foundry. 
Challan James R., professor of English language N. W. C. 

University. 
Champion Wm., pressman, res. 112 S. East. 
Chapin Henry S., bar tender Magnolia Saloon. 
CHAPIN SEWELL, broom maker, Louisiana. 



42 INDIANAPOLIS 



GEO. E. GORDON, Attorney. CHARLES B. DAVIS. 

GORDON ti DAVIS, 

%m Hull CDllprtinn 

SECOND FLOOR, 000 FELLOWS^ HAtl, 

INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA. 

in? Personal and prompt attention given to the Collection and Securing of Claims in 
any part of the State. 

C. B. DA. VIS, 

INSURANCE AGENT, 

OFFICE, SECOND FLOOR, ODD FELLOAVS' HALL, 
ZNBZAZia-AFOI.IS, ISTB. 

Charter Oak Fire Insurance Company, of Hartford, (^'onn $350,000 

Peoria Marine and Fire Insurance Company, of Peoria, III 500,000 

Conway Fire Insurance Company, of Conway, Mass 250,000 

The Quaker City Insurance Company, of Philadelphia 500,000 

Hampden Fire Insurance Company, of Springfield, Mass 150,000 

The Manhattan Life Insurance Company of New York, assets, 700,000 

H. A. ALLEN. G. T. IIAVERSTICK. 

ALLEN & HAVERSTICK, 

LIVSaY, SALE, 

PEARL ST., REAR OF PALMER HOUSE 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 

<•• 

Liveries of every Description always in Readiness. 

CAEEIAGES TO CONVEY PASSENGERS TO AND FEOM THE DEPOT 
A ~r A L_ L_ HOURS- 



CITY DIRECTORY. 43 



CHAPMAN GEORGE -H., attorney, cor. Washington and 
Pennsylvania, up stairs, res. 32 N. Meridian. 

Chapman Norton, blacksmith, res. 62 N. East. 

Chapman Samuel, carpenter, res. 19 Bates. 

Charles Abram, carpenter Washington Foundry. 

Charters James, laborer, 25 Henry. 

Charles John, flouring mill, res. 105 N. Meridian. 

Charles Thomas, hackman, res. 51 N. Illinois. 

Chase Frederick, carpenter, 215 S. Delaware. 

Chase James, conductor switch train Madison R. R., 235 
S. Delaware. 

Chase Joseph W., conductor switch train Madison R. R., 
res. 223 S. Delaware. 

Cheney Joel, machinist, res. 55 W. South. 

Cherry William, tinner Root Drake & Co. 

CHESTER ALBERT A., stair builder, cor. Pennsylvania 
street and Union R. R., res. 89 W. Market. 

Chester Theodore, blacksmith, res. 23 E. McCarty. 

Chichester John, 14 W. Garden. 

Chill Thomas M., carpenter, res. 39 MeCarty. 

Childers John P., pumpmaker, rear of German Catholic 
Church, res. 151 S. Noble. 

Chipman Elihu W., clerk B. F. Tuttle, bds. 132 N. Tennes- 
see. 

Chipman Leander, clerk B. F. Tuttle, res. 132 N. Ten- 
nessee. 

Chism Robert, (col.) cook, res. 190 W. North. 

Christy S. K., compositor State Sentinel Ofiice. 

Church A. B., professor of book keeping Bryant's Commer- 
cial College. 

Churchman Francis M., in Fletcher's Bank, bds. Bates 
House. 

Ciel Conrad, pumpmaker E. Haskel. 

Cincinnati House, P. H. Wolf, proprietor, Delaware, bt. 
South and Louisiana. 

Cincinnati Lager Beer Saloon, Fred. Niggeman, proprietor, 
186 E. Washington. 

ClaflFey Mrs. Ellen, 96 E. McCarty. 

Claffey Frederick, employee Washington Foundry, bds. 96 
E. McCarty. 

Clare Wm., Bluff road, S. of Wisconsin. 

Clark Charles, cooper, bds. 51 E. Louisiana. 

Clark D. G., I. & C. R. R. messenger American Express 
Company. 



44 



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ROBERT BROWNING, 



DEALER IN 




^ORUGS, MSDICINES, 



CHEMICALS, 

SURGBCAL Ai^O OEnXAL 

PAINTS, OILS, VAKNISHES, AND DYE-STUFFS, 
■WINDOW GLASS, GLASSWARE, 

BRUSHES, PERFUMERY, 
Cig-ars & Tobacco, 

pg Mo. 22 West Washington St., 

INDIAIVAPOJLIS, IND. 



WHOLESALE 

aaooEH ^ mnmmnn 






^ 



NO. 72 EAST WASHINGTON STREET, 

INL>IANAPOLIS, INE>. 

Stock Complete. Attention of City and Country Merchants invited. 

J. E. (IRIi'FITH, 

No. 126 South Illinois Street. 

(NEAR UNION DEPOT,) 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 45 



Clark Edmund, office 8 Blake's building, res. 138 N. Penn- 
sylvania. 
Clark Frank, (col.,) Howard, west side, bt. Second and 

Third. 
Clark Hugh, carriage maker, res. 67 S. Pennsylvania, 
Clark James B., tailor E. G. Ward. 
Clark John, miller, res. 122 W. Ohio. 
Clark John, cooper, bds. 51 E. Louisiana. 
Clark Patrick, hostler Wood & Foudray. 
Clark Reuben 0., carpenter and joiner Jesse Copeland, res. 

180 S. Tennessee. 
Clark R., cooper, bds. 51 E. Louisiana. 
Clark Stephen A., (Maguire, C. & Tellcamp,) bds. Mrs. 

Kinder. 
Clark Wm. T., clerk Bellefontaine R. R. office. 
Clarke Alfred D., clerk Stewart & Bowen, bds. G. Tuttle. 
Clarke James H., theatrical, res. 56 Lidiana ave. 
CLARKE REV. M. G., office of the Witness and religious 

book depository, Odd Fellows' Hall, res. 4 E. Ver- 
mont. 
Clarke John N., bookkeeper Witness office, bds. Rev. M. G. 

Clarke. 
Clay H., bds. 88 W. Maryland. 

Clayton John M., delivery clerk American Express Co. 
Clayton Leonidas W., express man, res. 84 N. Illinois. 
CLiEARY GEORGE H., plumber and gas fitter, 105 W. 

Washington, bds. 140 W. Georgia. 
Cleary Patrick, laborer, 99 Indiana ave. 
Cleaver Jefferson, brick mason, Ohio, bt. New Jersey and 

East. 
CLEM A. & BROTHER, dry goods and groceries, 151 and 

153 Massachusetts ave. 
Clem Aaron, (A. C. & Brother,) res. 138 N. East. 
Clem Wm. F., (A. C. & Brother,) bds. 138 N. East. 
Clemens John, carpenter, res. N. Illinois west side bt. First 

and Second. 
Clever John, brick mason, res. N. Mississippi west side bt. 

Sixth and Seventh. 
Clifton Joseph, hostler Patterson & Browning, res. 93 S. 

Tennessee. 
Cline Henry, hatter, 120 N. Alississippi. 
Cline Joel, carpenter Byrkit & Beam, res. 190 N. Illinois. 
Cline Peter, teamster, res. S. end West. 
Clinton Mrs. Harriet, res. 35 Liberty. 



46 INDIANAPOLIS 



J. K. SHARPE, 



DEALER AND MANUFACTURER OF 




t 



A.ND LEA.THEII, 

ALSO, DEALER IN 

Tanner's Oil, Shoe Findings, Patent Leather, 

TANNER'S AND CURRIER'S TOOLS, MOROCCOS, 

SHOE a?I3:R,E^A.ID, BOOT ■V;rEB, tScO. 
TH'CASH PAID FOR HIDESAND SHEEP SKINS.£R 

No. 96 £ast IVaf^hiii^toii St., Iiidiaiiapolif^. 

PRSFISSiR PP ii ©RArr, 




OCUllSI.IUIIIST.illDGENlRlllSIIIIGEOII 

NO. 39 E. MARKET^T^jN^^ 

]L r" Treats all diseases of the Eye and Ear, inserts artificial Eyes ; will also insert 
artificial drums for the Ear in total deafness. Treats Cancer and Consumption according to 
the late discoveries of the French schools. 

JULIUS NICOLA.I, 

Grocer anb ^Irobisioii |ilcrtj)iin!, 

IMPORTER AND WHOLESALE DEALER IN 

WINES AND LIQUORS, SWISS CHEESE, 

Eolland Herring, Havana and Domestic Cigars, Bourbon, Eye, Monongaliela and Common ffliisky. 
WASHINGTON STREET, OPPOSITE STATE HOUSE, INDIANAPOLIS. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 



47 



Clinton Horton R., blacksmith, res. 34 E. Georgia. 
Clinton John, blacksmith, res, 149 Virginia ave. 
Clofey Conrad, employee Bellefontaine Depot, res. 7 Hu- 
ron. 
Clune John, laborer, 57 Kentucky ave. 
Oobal George, carpenter, res. James bt. Ind. ave. & W. St. 

Clair. 
Cobb Madame, milliner and fancy goods, 24 Louisiana. 
Coburn James F., machinist, bds. 42 Bates. 
Coburn John, (Wallace & C.) res. 47 N. Delaware. 
Coburn Mrs. Sarah, res. 47 N. Delaware. 
Coburn Wm. H,, bar keeper Arbor Saloon, 6 N. Illinois. 
Codner Aaron, brick layer, res. 144 E. McCarty. 
Coe Thomas, carriage trimmer, bds. Little's Hotel. 
Coen John, paper hanger, 107 S. Tennessee. 
Coffer Mrs. Hannah, 164 Railroad ave. 
Coffin Benjamin F., M. D., (Abbett & C.,) res. 155 E. New 

York. 
Coffin Frederick F., clerk W. Jones & Co. 
Coffin Isaac, (Ketcham & C.,) res. 151 N. Pennsylvania. 
Coffin Nathan T., patent saws, 87 S. Pennsylvania, res. 147 

S. Alabama. 
Coff'man Adam, laborer, res. 100 Alley, bt. Missouri and 

West. 
Coff'man Jacob, carpenter, res. 173 S. New Jersey. 
Coke George, finisher, bds. 20 Chatham. 
Coke Mrs. Mary, 20 Chatham. 

Colby Thomas J., engineer B. R. R., res. 43 E. Georgia. 
Coldren Thomas, farmer, res. 82 St. Joseph. 
Cole David G., mail agent I. & C. R. R., res. 135 N. East. 
Coleman Martin, laborer, 175 S. New Jersey. 
Coleman William, cigar maker, res. 68 Indiana ave. 
Colestock Ephraim, carpenter Byrkit & Beam, res. 150 N. 

Illinois. 
COLESTOCK HENRY, Street Commissioner, 22 W. 

North. 
Colestock John, carpenter, bds. 22 W. North. 
Colestock John, bds. 115 N. East. 
Colley Sims A., (Ellsworth & C.,) res. N. New Jersey, S. of 

Walnut. 
Collins Cornelius, laborer, 35 E. Market. 
Collins E. J., carpenter, res. 205 N. Noble. 
Collins John, carpenter Washington Foundry. 
Collins John, laborer, 35 E. Market. 



48 INDIANAPOLIS 



BOST0>^T 8T08E! 

J. MORRISON, 

(Suc-essur to H J. Horn,) 

^iiLiiiii 4 iiTiii 

i:>EALER IN 

STAFI.E & FAMCY 

DRY GOODS, 

Also keeps a large stock of 

louse Furiiisiiii SoeiSj 

M, 10 WEST WASHI\GTO:V STREET, 

at H. J. Horn's Old Established Stand, 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 

INOIANAPOLIS iriSOflANOE GO, 

OfiBce Second Story of Hubbard's New Building, 

CORNER MERIDIAN AND PEARE ST. 

NEARLY OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. 



Fire and laland Transportation Risks taken at Eqiiitable Eates. 
JI^This Company keeps a Reserve Fund sufBcieut to re-insure all outstanding Risks. 

BXJSiisrEss oonsmnNTEiD 

EXCLUSSVELY TO THE STATE OF IND3ANA. 

T. A. MOKII18, President. 
S. F. COVI]\GTO]\, Sec'y. 

S. F. COVINGTON is also Agent for 

THE KISING SUN INSURANCE CO., 

Which Company also confines its business to Indiana, and keeps a Re- 
serve fund ample to re-insure every outstanding risk. 

ALL LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID IN CASH, 

Without Abatement, Delay or Expense to Claimants. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 49 



Collins John, carpenter, res. 37 S. Illinois. 

Collins John, laborer, res. S. end Missouri. 

Colton Wm. F., engineer, 72 E. St. Clair. 

Colton W. B., bds. Little's Hotel. 

Comegys Levi, carpenter, 62 N. Delaware. 

Cones Robert M., carpenter, res. 98 W. Michigan. 

Conklin Israel, employee Terre Haute & Richmond R. R., 

res. 85 S. New Jersey. 
Conley Francis, cabinet maker Spiegel, Thorns & Co., bds. 

199 E. Washington. 
Conley Peter, cabinet maker Spiegel, Thoms & Co., bds. 199 

E. Washington. 
Conner Morris, laborer, 38 S. Alabama. 
Conner Michael, hostler Wood & Foudray. 
Conner Patrick, laborer, 98 E. Maryland. 
Conner Richard J. (C. & Worman,) bds. Bates House. 
Conner Thomas, laborer, 217 S. Delaware. 
CONNER & WORMAN, wholesale boots and shoes, 75 W. 

Washington. 
Connor Alexander H., (Gorden, C. & Bowles,) bds. Palmer 

House. 
Connor Marks, laborer, bds. 186 N. Tennessee. 
Connor Thomas, engineer, res. 250 S. Delaware. 
Conway John, laborer, res. Maryland bt. Delaware and Ala- 
bama. 
Conway John, engineer, bds. 42 Bates. 
Conway Michael, salesman J. S. Pratt. 
Conzelmann Conrad, express driver, res. 56 E. Market. 
Conzelraann Gottlieb, miller Patterson Mill. 
Cook Frederick, laborer, 36 S. Liberty. 
Cook Henry, laborer, res. 45 E. Georgia. 
Cook Henry, laborer, bds. 143 E. Georgia, 
Cook Jesse iVL, carpenter, res. 109 N. New Jersey. 
Cook John, machinist City Foundry. 
Cook John, machinist Washington Foundry. 
Cook M. R., painter, 32J S. Meridian, up stairs, res. 79 W. 

Maryland. 
COOK RICHARD, butcher, 5 N. Illinois, res. 22 Indiana 

ave. 
Cook Wm., (Ostermeyer & Co.,) res. 38 S. Liberty. 
COOK S. S., physician, 17 E. Washington, up stairs, res. 

256 RaUroad ave. 
Cooney Dennis, moulder Washington Foundry. 
4 



50 INDIANAPOLIS 



J. L. BROWN'S 

E :x: c E X. s I o :r 

SELF-FEEDING 



8HIN&LE MACHINE. 

THIS MACHINE IS CAPABLE OF CUTTING 

50,000 Merchantable Shingles Per Bay, 

WITH LESS THAN ONE HORSE POWER 

For Machines and Rights 
APPLT TO J. L. BEOWN, CITY FOTJNDKY AND MACHINE WORKS. 

South Pennsylvania Street, 

Residence J^o. 227 IVorth Tennessee Street, 

INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA. 

GAY & STEVENS, Indianapolis. Ind. A. C. GREENLEAF, Indianapolis, Ind. 

CHARLES LEARNED, Indiauapolis, lud. A. EARL, Mound City, Illinois. 

J. RUBl'SII, iMilianapolis. E. I). McBRIDE, Henderson, Ky. 

S. HANAWAY, Indiauapolis. S. BROWN, East Shelhourn, Mass. 

C. A. ELLIOTT, Indianapolis. O'NEIL &. COFFIN, San Francisco, Cal. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 51 



Cooper Hamilton, tailor, 111 N. Meridian. 

Cooper Joshua, foreman Edgar & Freeman, res. 87 Massa- 
chusets ave. 

Cooper John, machinist peg factory, res. 220 S. Delaware. 

Copeland Benjamin F., carpenter and joiner Jesse Cope- 
land, bds. 35 N. Alabama. 

COPELAND JESSE, carpenter and builder, 35 E. Loui- 
ana, res. 129 Virginia ave. 

COPELAND JOSHUA W., bonnet bleacher and millinery, 
7 S. Meridian. 

Corliss C. T., M. D., homocopathist, bds. 19 S. Mississippi. 

Corn Martin, currier J. K. Sharpe. 

Cornelius Cassius, plasterer, 241 S. Alabama. 

Cornelius Mrs. Deborah, 239 S. Alabama. 

Corse Thomas, secretary Jefferson R. R. Co., office South, 

bt. Delaware and Pennsylvania- 
Cory A. & Co., smut mills, 167 E. Washington. 

Cosby Richard, carpenter, res. 58 Huron. 

Cosier David W., carpenter, res. 131 N. Noble. 

COSTIGAN FRANCIS, proprietor Oriental House, S. Illi- 
nois, bt. Maryland and Georgia. 

Costillo Edward, laborer, res. 62 S. Noble. 

Costillo John, boiler maker Dumont & Sinker. 

Costin Henry, (col.) teamster McCord & Wheatley, res. 130 
E. North 

COTTMAN JOHN A., merchant tailor, 28 E. Washington, 
res. 195 W. Vermont. 

COTTRELL & KNIGHT, coppersmiths, 94 S. Delaware. 

Cottrell Thomas, (C. & Knight,) res. 83 E. South. 

Coughlen William, (Merritt & C.,) res. 139 W. New York. 

COULON CHARLES, attorney at law and justice of the 
peace, office 97 E. Washington 2d floor, res. Cumber- 
land. 

Council Thos. W., county commissioner. 

Cousins William, (col.) plasterer, Mississippi west side bt. 
Second and Third. 

Covert Isaac, silver plater, 8 W. Washington up stairs, bds. 
Macy House. 

Covert W. T., engineer, Osgood, Smith & Co., res. 63 Union. 

Covington Geo. B., agent Indianapolis Life Insurance Co., 
res. 154 W. New York. 

Covington Mrs. Susan, res. 71 Vermont. 

COVINGTON SAMUEL F., secretary Indianapolis Insur- 
ance Co., office 14 S. Meridian, res. 154 W. New York. 



52 INDIANAPOLIS 




WM. N. SPINNEY, 

MANUFACTURER 

A.3srr> 

S^^^ DEALER IH 

Boots & Shoes, 

No. 4 West Washington Street, 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 

E. C. CRANE, Agent. 

GEORGE FELLEK, 

WATCHMAKER & iSWELSR, 

NORTH II.LINOIS STREKT, 

(East side, nearly opposite Bates House,) 

ll\DlAIVAPOMS, t]%P. 

CHRISTIAN BECK, 



MANUFACTUKER OF 



mm, sifii nous, pisiflis, ii, 

No. 8 North Meridian Street, 

INDIANAPOLIS, INE>. 

ALL KINDS OF REPAIRING NEATLY EXECUTED. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 53 



Cox Asher, nursery, 219 W. Washington, res. same. 
COX CHARLES, tinware and stoves, 11 W. Washington, 

res. 43 S. Meridian. 
Cox David, coppersmith, 9 N. Illinois. 
Cox Henry, carpenter, 184 W. Washington, res. same. 
COX JACOB, artist, Blake's building, 2 second floor, res. 

41 S. Meridian. 
Cox Mrs. Sophia, res. 148 W. Market. 
Cox Thomas, boiler maker, bds. 72 S. Illinois. 
Cox William C, (Mothershead & C.,) res. 41 S. IMeri- 

dian. 
Coyner Martin L., street contractor, 14 E. Washington, 

res. 209 E. St. Clair. 
Craft Samuel A., machinist, bds. 89 S. East. 
Craft Smith, machinist, res. 210 Indiana ave. 
Craft William H., watchmaker C. A. Ferguson, res. 38 E. 

New York. 
Craig James, wagonmaker Forshee & Vanblaricum, res. N. 

Illinois. 
Craig Wililam, sawyer J. S. Patterson's mill, res. Water. 
Craighead Mary Mrs., res 18 W. Maryland. 
Craighen Dennis, laborer, res. 217 S. Delaware. 
CRALL & BROTHERS, grocers, 55 W. Washington. 
Crall A. B., (C. & Bros.) bds. 99 W. Maryland. 
Crall Francis H., (C. & Bros.) bds. 99 W. Maryland. 
Crall Leander H., (C. & Bros.) bds. 99 W. Maryland. 
Cram Ithiel W., carriage trimmer S. W. Drew, res. 92 N. 

East. 
Cramer Robert, brickmaker, bds. 191 S. New Jersey. 
Cramer Samuel, brickmaker, bds. 191 S. New Jersey. 
Crane Alexander G., res 2 S. Tennessee. 
Crane E. C, with W. N. Spinney, 4 W. Washington, bds. 

J. Tarlton. 
Crane James D., (C. & Steely,) res. Lafayette. 
CRANE & STEELY, Indiana picture gallery, 19 W. Wash- 
ington, up stairs. 
Craus Solomon, 72 E. Pratt. 
Crawford Geo., (col.,) barber H. Riley. 
Crawford John S., barber, 4 N. Pennsylvania, res. 121 N. 

Alabama. 
Creamer Andrew, shoemaker, 176 E. Washington. 
CREASSER WM., tanner, W. Washington, E. of Pogues 

Run. 
Cregar Frederick, 71 Davidson. 



54 INDIANAPOLIS 



'EPENTElSt JOINERS 

Job Work of all kinds neatly and promptly execnted. 

SHOP, NO. 18 SOUTH NEW JERSEY STREET, 

NEAR THE INDIANAPOLIS AND PERU RAILROAD DEPOT, 

CLEMENS VONNEGUT, 

DEALER IN 

piks, feather & Jfmbmgs, 

AND ALL SHOEMAKERS' TOOLS* 

No. 1^4z"2 East AVasHington Street, 

JACOB L WALLAGH. AGENT, 

_ g|^^ DEALER IN 

^^9::>Flll[mSilllDIflBllC£fl 



UJ ALSO AGENT FOR BONENKAMP'S 

^^ HOltANO BITTERSt 

A drink in health, and a remedy for Fever and Ague, oi 
any other kind of sickness. 

DEPOT, NO. 15 SOUTH ILLINOIS STREET, 

INDIA iVAFOLIS, INDIA NA . 



F. BURGTORF, 

Cabinet Maker & Undertaker 

NO. 129 EAST WASHNGTON ST., 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 




FUNERALS PROMPTLY FURNISHED. CARRIAGES AND HEARSE SUPPLIED. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 55 



Cressner Theodore, accountant W. Y. Wiley, res. 133 N. 
West. 

Criqui Michael, clothier, 13 E. "Washington, res. 173 Ohio. 

Critser Wm., conductor Bellefontaine R. R. 

Croas Ephraim, street contractor, res. 280 Indiana ave. 

Croas Ephraim, jr., farmer, res. 280 Indiana ave. 

Croas Chester, carpenter, res. 150 Blake. 

Crocket Robert, (col.) laborer, res. 133 N. Tennessee. 

Cropper Alexander, '250 E. Washington. 

Cropper Rolen T., bds. 250 E. Washington. 

Cropsey James E., cabinet maker J. Ott, res. 65 N. Mis- 
souri. 

Crosby Mrs. Maria, 91 S. Tennessee. 

Crossland Jacob 0., res. 75 N. Alabama. 

Crowley Patrick, laborer, res. 209 S. Penn. 

Crowley William, laborer, 204 S. Delaware. 

Crozier George, coachman, res. 43 N. Tennessee. 

Cruickshank Alexander, res. N. Illinois west side bt. First 
and Second. 

Crumpton Wesley R., student, bds. Mrs Kinder. 

CRYSTAL PALACE SALOON, 44 W. Washington. 

Culbertson Wm., policeman, res. 12 S. West. 

Cullens Owen, carpenter, res, 74 W. Michigan, 

Galley Daniel B., writing for city clerk, res. 6 Fletcher's 
ave. 

Culley David V., 13 Ohio. 

Cullety Dennis, waiter American House. 

Cunningham &. P., confectioner, 156 N. Delaware. 

Cunningham Rev. Thomas M., (0. S Presbyterian,) bds. 
170 N. Illinois. 

Curran A. W., bds. 38 N, Alabama. 

Curran John, laborer, res. 107 W. North. 

Curran Patrick, laborer, 25 Benton. 

Curran Thomas, waiter Palmer House. 

Curry Richard D., (col.,) hair dresser, 3 N, Illinois, 

Curtis Andrew, 11 Fort Wayne ave. 

Curtis Joseph, (cook,) res, 101 W. North. 

Curtis Owen, res. 81 N. Alabama. 

Curtis Truman, boiler maker, res. 275 S. Delaware. 

Cutty Frank, lab., bds. 151 E. New York. 

Cuykendall Warren A., engineer I. & C. R. K., res. 100 E 
Louisiana. 



56 INDIANAPOLIS 



JOSEPH HARRIS, 

NO. 38 SOUTH ILLINOIS ST., INDIANAPOLIS. 



Gentlemen's Clothing of all descriptions repaired and cleaned, and 
made to look as good as new. 

03sr arnE shopitest nsrooriCE. 

SECOND HAND CLOTHING BOUGHT AND SOI.D. 



J. B. OSGOOD, 

No. 22 and 24 Kentucky Avenue, 

FOURTH DOOK SOUTH OF McOUAT'S NEW BLOCK. 

msiAiTAFOLis, unt. 

T. p. HILL, 

Wholesale dk Retail Dealer in 




Ei|K% Sihih) 6ioo5?, 
BUFFALO HOBES, &C. 



No. 30 W. Washington, 
INDIAlfAPOLIS, IND. 

c^a^SH F^ft.ir) FOi^ FTJR .A.3srr) -wooi.. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 57 



DAGGETT WM. & CO., wholesale tea dealers and candy 
manufacturers, 22 S. Meridian. 

DAGGETT & CO., drugs & medicines, also teas, 14 N. 
Illinois. 

Daggett William, jr., (D. & Co.,) bds. 22 S. Meridian. 

Dail Thomas, M. D., res. 51 N. New Jersey. 

Dall N. P., laborer, 99 McCarty. 

Dame Mrs. Jane M., boarding 55 S. Pennsylvania. 

Dame Jason, marble dealer, 67 E. Washington, res. 96 E. 
Market. 

Dana Amos W., superintendent I., P. & C. R. R., res. 106 
Pennsylvania. 

Danforth Albert J., (D. & Gentry,) res. 112 K Pennsyl- 
vania. 

DANFORTH & GENTRY, groceries, fruits and provisions, 
3 Odd Fellows' Hall, N. Pennsylvania. 

Daniels Henry W., clerk American Express Co., bds. Bates 
House. 

Daniels Joseph 0., conductor Bellefontaine R. R. 

Daniels Samuel P., mail agent I., P. & C. R. R. res. 63 S. 
New Jersey, 

DARBY & WILKINS, fruits, confectionery, &c., 31 N. 
Illinois. 

Darby John, (D. & Wilkins,) bds. Macy House. 

Darnell Wm., carpenter, res. 129 Massachusetts ave. 

Darnell Calvin F., carpenter, res. N. Illinois, W. side, bt. 
Fifth and Sixth. 

Darr Geo., laborer, 246 S. Alabama. 

Darrach G. M., M. D. 41 N. New Jersey. 

Darred Wm., laborer, 117 Union. 

Darrow James R., groceries, provisions and cigars, 186 and 
188 Massachusetts ave. 

Dartenne Constantine, compositor Volksblatt office. 

Dashiell Masten, cooper, 178 W. Washington, res. 138 W. 
Ohio. 

Daugherty Joseph F., groceries and provisions, 39 N. Ala- 
bama, res. N. Meridian, near Blind Asylum. 

Daumont Peter, 114 N. Pennsylvania. 

DAUMONT STEPHEN H., watches and jewelry, 9 S. Me- 
ridian, bds. 114 N. Pennsylvania. 

Davids Thomas, (Riggs & D.) res. 103 W. South. 



58 INDIANAPOLIS 



CAMERON & M^NEELY, 

BOOK, JOB, AND CARD 



AND PUBLISHERS OF 



fie D^iltj Uili^eii, 

No. 17 South Meridian Street, 

{SEVEN DOORS SOUTH OF POST OFFICE,) 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 



fi®" We are prepared to do all kinds of work in our 
line with 

NEATNESS, CHEAPNESS, FRflMFTNESS & BISFATGH. 



THE DAILY CITIZEN 

Is published every evening at ten cents a week, or five 
dollars a year, payable quarterly. 

Inserted at LOWER RATES than charged by any other 
city daily paper. 

OII=tOTJXj-A.TI03Sr 

As large as that of any other daily in Indianapolis. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 59 



David William, res. N. Illinois east side bt. Fourth and 
Fifth. 

David William M., stone cutter, 152 E. Ohio. 

Davidge Charles H., salesman J. Carter & Co., res. 44 S. Me- 
ridian. 

Davidson George, carpenter Byrkit & Beam, 

Davis Benjamin, road master T. H. & R. R. R., res. 132 E. 
North. 

DAVIS CHARLES B., (Gordon & D.) insurance agent, 
Odd Fellows' Hall second floor, res. 137 N. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Davis Edward, saddler, 129 N. Pennsylvania. 

Davis Evan L., (Sample & D.) Temperance House. 

Davis Fleming, fireman I. & C. R. R., res. 50 E Louisiana. 

Davis Predis, grain thresher, res. 172 Blake. 

Davis Haldon, night police, res. 150 N. Delaware. 

DAVIS I. & CO., foundry and machine shop, S. Delaware, 
opposite I. C. R. R. Depot. 

Davis Ira, (I. D. & Co.) res. 64 N. Meridian. 

Davis James, shoemaker Deaf and Dumb Asylum, res. 60 
N. East. 

DAVIS J. W. & CO., brass and bell founders, 98 S. Dela- 
ware. 

Davis James H., (J. W. D. & Co.,) res. 26 Liberty. 

Davis J. Enoch, compositor Daily Citizen. 

Davis Jonathan, carpenter, res. 170 Liberty. 

Davis Joseph W., (J. W. D. & Co.,) res. 105 Meek. 

Davis Joseph 8., messenger Adams Express, bds. Palmer 
House. 

Davis wid. L., 107 E. Washington, up stairs. 

Davis R. Frank, saddler Hinesley & Hereth. 

Davis Wesley, carriage trimmer H. R. Gaston. 

Davitt Peter, laborer, res. 73 N. Missouri. 

Dawes Adelbert C, foreman J. Fishback. 

Dawson Daniel, blacksmith, res. 58 S. Tennessee. 

Dawson Riley, boarding house, 72 S. Illinois. 

Day Elisha, laborer, bds. 254 Indiana ave. 

Day Jeremiah, butcher, res. 196 E. St. Clair. 

Day Thomas, laborer, res. 254 Indiana ave. 

Day William, butcher, res. 198 E. St. Clair. 

DAYTON & ASIIER, publishers and booksellers, Odd 
Fellows' Hall second floor. 

Dear Philip, laborer, 135 Davidson. 

Deater Ernst, shoemaker J. K. Sharpe. 



60 INDIANAPOLIS 




MRS. ^. B^KER, 

FASHIONABLE 

HANTUl MAKER 
No. 16 S. Illinois St., Indianapolis, Ind. 

i^^Has constantly on hand a beautiful assortment of Bonnets, Caps, 
Trimmings, Ribbons, &c., &c. 

WM. TILLY, 

»»eiST a flpraat 

NO. 81 EAST WASHINGTON ST., 

INOIANAPOI.IS, IND. 

C. KINO. D. B. HOSBROOK. 

KING &^^HUSBliO':)lv, 

LUMBEB, LATHrAND SHiGLES, 

Yard corner New York & Tennessee St.. 

Two Squares North of State House, 

INDIANAPOLIS, INI). 

I. McTAGGERT, 

HOUSE ON WHITE RIVER BANK, 

North side of Terre Haute Bridge. 
Office No. 23 N. Illinois St., nearly opposite Bates House, 





CITY DIRECTORY. 61 



Deaver G. W., salesman Tousey & Byram, res. 92 N. New 

Jersey. 
Decker Conrad, blacksmith,- res 229 Massachusetts ave. 
Decker John, res. 237 Alabama. 
Delfaubx Louis, 159 N. Noble. 
Deford William R., notary public, res. 113 Massachusetts 

ave. 
Defrees John D., insurance agent, res. 54 S. Meridian. 
Degher Casper, sawyer, 85 St. Mary. 
Deitz Peter, laborer, 6(3 Elm. 
Deitzel Adam, brick maker, res. 77 Davidson. 
Delaplaine Samuel H., finisher Geisendorff & Co. 
DeLacroix Jacob, scourer, 4 N. Meridian. 
Dell John, shoemaker, 89 N. Meridian. 
Dellerd Charles, saddler, 196 E. Washington, bds. John 

Andra. 
Delplane Samuel, dver, 191 W. Washington. 
Delzell Samuel, (1). & Tyler,) res. 91 N. Alabama. 
DELZELL & TYLER, 'bookbinders, 37^ E. Washington, 

up stairs. 
Demen James M., cigar maker J. R. Darrow. 
Demma Frank, carpenter, res. 184 S. Alabama. 
Demmaer Anthony, drayman, 5 Railroad. 
Demmy Martin, harness maker James Sulgrove. 
Demory Z., (col.,) barber, 3 N. Illinois. 
DeMoss Leander, saddler, bds. R. Browning. 
Deneen James, res. 157 N. Alabama. 
DeNIGHT HANK, proprietor Magnolia Saloon, S.Illinois, 

res. Palmer's block, Illinois. 
4Penks Andrew, grocer, 151 Indiana ave. 
Denn Anthony, stone cutter, bds. 30 Kentucky ave. 
Dennerline John, laborer, res. N. Tennessee. 
DENNIS JOHN, township clerk and librarian, office court 

house, res. 78 N. East. 
Deo John, butcher, bds. 116 E. Market. 
DePair Augustus, butclier cor. Washington and Delaware, 

res. 116 E. Market. 
DERNHAM MAX, merchant tailor, 1 W. Washington, res. 

99 Virginia ave. 
Derr John, gardener, res. 70 St. Mary. 
Derringer David, carpenter, res. 195 Indiana ave. 
DESSAR & BROTHERS, merchant tailors, 32 W. W^ash- 

ington. 
Dessar Ad., (D. & Bros.) res. 73 W. Maryland. 



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JACOB LINDLEY, 

T^ilPORTEK OF 

QUEENSWARE, 

CHINA AND GLASSWARK, 

ANfi BEAiER IN STONEWARE, 

TVO. 16 WEST lkVA*»HI]^GTO]\ NTKEET, 
INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 

WILL DUPLICATE CINCINNATI BILLS. 

MES, L. A. PEATX 

UliUiiur aiib flrrs^ ||lahfr, 

ALSO DEALER IN FANiV iOfiOS 

No. 5 North lyieridiaTL Street. 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 

CAREFULLY 

AND 

PROMPTLY 

DISTRIBUTED. 



SILL POSTEK, 

Will attend to posting all Bills left in his care. Orders left on his 
slate at either of the printing offices will be promptly attended to. 




CITY DIRECTORY. 63 



Dessar David, (D. & Brothers,) bds. 73 W. Maryland. 

Dessar J. B., (D. & Brothers,) bds. Mrs. Lawton. 

Deter Ernst, shoemaker, res. 133 Railroad. 

Dettenberg Ernst, brick maker, res. 144 E. Georgia. 

Devening Daniel, peddler, res. 82 S. Illinois. 

Devenish John, moulder Washington Foundry. 

Devenport John, engineer, 7 Ellsworth. 

Dewarr James, machinist, res. 172 E. Ohio. 

Dewah Matthew, clerk, res. 7 N. New Jersey. 

Dewold Matthew, porter J. W. Holland, res. N. New 

Jersey. 
Dexter G. S., stencil cutter, bds. Temperance House. 
Dickert Jacob, carpenter, 97 W. Washington. 
Dickey Miss Louisa, bds. 26 Michigan ave. 
Dickinson James L., M. D., eclectic, res. 241 S. Alabama. 
Dickinson John C, res. 10^^- Alabama. 
Dickson Carlos, clerk WilOTd & Stowell. 
Dickson James W., grocer, res. 70 S. Delaware. 
Dickson George, (col.,) carpenter, res. 123 W. Ohio. 
Dickman Francis, farmer, res. N. Illinois, W. side, bt. Fifth 

and Sixth. 
Dickman Frederick & Co., carpenters, Wabash, bt. East and 

Noble. 
Dickman Frederick, (D. & Co.) res. 41 N. East. 
Dietz Adam, proprietor Paradise Garden, Fort Wayne ave., 

cor. Alabama, res. same. 
Dietz G. & Co., Washington Hall saloon, 78 and 80 W. 

Washington. 
Dietz George, (G. D. & Co.,) res. 78 and 80 VV. Washing- 
ton. 
Dietz Frederick, (D. & Hiebner,) res. E. Washington. 
Dietz & Hiebner, brewery, 278 E. Washington. 
Dietz Henry, tallow chandler, 246 W. Washington. 
Dietrich Mrs. M., milliner, E. Washington. 
Dietrich William, cigar maker, E. Washington, res. same. 
Dill Mrs. Gertrude, res. 20 W. St. Clair. 
Dill Henry C, compositor, bds. 20 W. St. Clair. 
Dill James, groceries, 241 N. Illinois, bds. 20 W. St. Clair. 
Dillon Joseph, compositor. Sentinel office, bds. 46 Indiana 

ave. 
DILLON JOHN B., Secretary State Board of Agriculture, 

office State House, bds. E. Browning. 
Dilly John, engineer Osgood, Smith & Co. 
Dippel Henry, carpenter, res. 182 E. Market. 



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EMIL KLOTZ TH. PFAFFLIN. 

KLOTZ & PFAFFLIN, 




No. 29 West Washington Street, 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 

Fancy Goods, Toys, Notions, Ladies' Fancy Baskets, Bird Caftes, Rattan Chairs, India 
Rubber Goods, Combs, Brushes, Fish Iloolis, Fish Lines. Fish Poles, Perfumery, Jewelry , 
Fire Crackers, Fire Works, Pistols, Pocket and Table Cutlery, Skates, Sleighs, Velocipedes 
Children's Cabs, Hobby Horses, Wooden Willow, Japanned, Stone and Yellow Ware, David 
Landreth's Garden Seecis. Ilavanna and German Cisars, Virginia Tobacco, Groceries, Pro- 
duce and Provisions, East and West India Fruits, Confectionaries, etc. 

.JOHN CAVEN, 

jinoEifY me mmm ii [iiif, 

NO. 21J EAST WASHINGTON STREET, 

INDIANAPOI.IS, INDIANA. 



Jg®^ Also gives special attention to the Collection of Claims throughout 
the State. 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN FINE 

RYE, AND MONONGAHELA WHISKY, &C., 

^LSO RECTIFIED ^W^HISKY, 

NO. 82 EAST WASHtNGTON STREET, 



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Dippel John, carpenter, res. 182 E. Market. 

Diver Charles, porter Bates House. 

Diver James, clerk post office, res. 44 Massachusetts ave. 

Dixon James W., grocer 04 E. Washington, res. S. Dela- 
ware. 

Dobbins B., 44 E. Pratt. 

Dobbs Cyrus, harness maker Hinesley & Hereth. 

Dobson Mrs. Kate, res. 170 W. Market. 

Dodd Harrison H. S., Deputy Auditor of State, 7, McOuat's 
block. 

Dodd John W., Auditor of State, office 7 McOuat's block, 
Kentucky ave., res. 70 N. Illinois. 

DODGE WARREN C, master machinist of Madison & 
Indianapolis R. R., res. 227 S. Delaware. 

Doerr George, Avaiter Gait House, res. S. Illinois. 

Dolus John, Avoodsawyer, 56 Hosbrook. 

Donaldson Samuel, mail agent, bds. Palmer House. 

DONEGHY JOHN T., M. D., alopathy, 26 E. Washington, 
up stairs, res. 40 W. St. Clair. 

Donelly John, engineer, res. 22 Henry. 

Donovan Dennis, 230 E. Washington. 

Donovan Ephraim, cabinet maker, res. 296 S. Delaware. 

Donovan James, bds. 184 N. East. 

Dooling Thomas, laborer, res. 110 Blake. 

Doran M. W. E., pattern maker, res. 17 Forest ave. 

Dorsey B. F,, carpenter, res. 152 N. Delaware. 

Donnan Mrs. Barbara, boarding, 74 N. Tennessee. 

Dorsey Miss Amelia, milliner, 161 N. East. 

Dorsey Nicholas J., M. D., office 48 N. Pennsylvania. 

Dorsey Thomas, saloon, 180 E. Washington. 

DOUGHTY JOHN G., (D. & B.) proprietor State Sentinel, 
res. 21 Indiana ave. 

Doughty Severe, gunsmith S. Beck. 

Dougherty Charles, grocer, 257 S. Delaware, res. same. 

Dougherty Barney, tanner, res. Wisconsin. 

Dougherty Michael, tanner, res. Wisconsin near Bluff road. 

Dougherty William, tanner, res. Wisconsin near Bluff road. 

Dougherty Z., M. D., res. west side California bt. W. Market 
and W. Washington. 

Douglass George, bds. 130 W. New York. 

Douglass James G., (D. & Palmer,) res. 130 W. New York. 

DOUGLASS & PALMER, book binders, 36 E. Washing- 
ton, up stairs. 
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Douglass Richard A., superintendent Indianapolis rolling 

mill, res. 95 N. Pennsylvania. 
Douglass Samuel M., baggage master Union Depot, res. 180 

W. New York. 
Dow Samuel, employee Osgood, Smith & Co., res. 53 

McCarty. 
Downey John, marble cutter, 127 East Washington, res. 78 

E. Louisiana. 
Downey Mrs. M., 43 N. Pennsylvania. 
DOWNEY MICHAEL, marble dealer, 127 E. Washington, 

res. same. 
Downey Robert, res. 82 N. Delaware. 
Downey Thomas, miller Bates' Mills, res. 23 N. Noble. 
Downs Charles, patent rights, res. 162 Indiana ave. 
Drager Charles, jeweler George Feller, bds. 143 S. Ten- 
nessee. 
Drake Gen. James P., office 18 E. Washington, third floor. 
Drake Edward B., (Root, D. & Co.,) res. 88 N. Alabama. 
Drayer Mrs. Hannah, 139 N. East. 
Drew John A., carriage painter S. W. Drew, res. 26 N. 

Delaware. 
DREW SAMUEL W., carriage manufacturer, E. Market 

square N. of court house, bds. at Little's Hotel. 
Drinkut William, watchman Terre Haute engine house, res. 

89 S. New Jersey. 
Drotz Emile, (Stiedel & D.) res. 32 Peru. 
Drotz Amelia, 32 Peru. 
Drum Mrs. Eliza J., 48 E. New York. 
Drum George, carpenter Washington Foundry. 
Drum James S., clerk J. J. Drum. 

DRUM JAMES J., groceries and provisions, 24 W. Wash- 
ington, res. 144 N. Pennsylvania. 
Drum Robert, teamster, res. 147 E. New York. 
Drumbar Enos, carpenter, 32 Kentucky ave., res. 86 E. 

Michigan. 
Duane William, laborer Union depot, res. 200 Delaware. 
Ducker John B., watches and jewelry, 171 E. Washington, 

res. 173 E. Washington. 
Duffey James, laborer, 33 Ellsworth. 
Duffey John, tailor M. Dernham, res. Capital House. 
Duffey Michael, tailor 0. McGinnis. 
DUFFEY OSCAR 0., clerk Palmer House. 
DUGAN THOMAS, bootmaker, 3 Blake's building, fourth 

floor. 



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Dummeir Frederick, drayman A. Wallace. 

Duraont Ebenezer, (D. & Torbet,) res. 60 N. Alabama. 

Dumont John J., (D. & Sinker,) res. 23 E. Louisiana. 

DUMONT & SINKER, boiler makers, 77 S. Pennsylvania. 

DUMONT & TORBET, attorneys, State Bank building, 
cor. Illinois and Kentucky ave. 

Dunbar Jonathan, res. 35 S. Noble. 

Dunbar Melzar, brick maker, res. 178 S. Pennsylvania. 

Duncan John, railroader, 145 E. Market. 

Duncan Mrs. Mary, res. 147 E. Market. 

Duncan Robert B., attorney, 4 W. Washington, up stairs, 
res. Fort Wayne road. 

Duncan Robert, machinist City Foundry. 

Dunken James, porter American House, res. 192 W. Mary- 
land. 

Dunlap John, sen., res. 72 N. Meridian. 

DUNLAP JOHN S., M. D., assistant physician Indiana 

Hospital for the Insane. 
DUNLAP L., M. D., 16 Virginia ave. 

DUNLOP JOHN S., dry goods, 2 W. Washington, res. 11 

E. North. 
Dunmeier Frederick, drayman, 146 E. Ohio. 
DUNN JOHN C, plumber 61 Washington, res. 125 Rail- 
road ave. 
Dunn John P., bds. H. Achey. 
Dunn Robert G., bds. Palmer House. 
DUNN THOMAS B., saloon, 7 N. Illinois, res. 28 W. 

New York. 
Dunn Wm. A., clerk Bates & Maguire. 
Dunning Thomas, carpenter, 140 N. Mississippi. 
DURHAM GEORGE, brick mason, 142 E. Ohio. 
Dury John, engraver T. B. Ferine bds. J. Tarlton. 
Duvall David C, salesman J. Morrison, res. 113 N. Illinois. 
Duvall Eli A., salesman J. Morrison. 
Duvall Joseph, laborer, 260 Railroad ave. 
Duvall Mrs. Sarah, res. 112 Virginia ave. 
Duzan F. A., 40 E. Washington. 
Duzan James H., compositor Witness office. 
Duzan Wm. H., cabinet maker, 156 E. New York. 
Dwight Miss Nannie, 32 E. Ohio. 
Dyer Rev. Sidney, (Baptist,) res. 222 N. Illinois. 
Dyle Stephen, laborer, bds, E. Elizabeth. 



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E 

Eagan Patrick, night watchman L. & I. R, R. engine 
house. 

Eagle John H., foreman news department Journal Co., res. 
48 E. New York. 

Eagle Saloon, Newcomer & Anderlin proprietors, 138 E. 
Washington. 

East J. T., saddler Hinesley & Hereth. 

East J. ¥., butcher, bds. Little's Hotel. 

Ebert John, carpenter, res. 72 W. Maryland. 

Ebner Frederick, cigar maker C. C. Hunt. 

Eckles George, boiler maker Dumont & Sinker, res. 64 W. 
Merrill. 

Eddy Rev. A., presiding elder, Methodist, 143 N. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Eddy M. R., bookkeeper Tousey & Byram. 

Eden & Pigg, carpenters, Market bt. Pennsylvania and Del- 
aware. 

EDGAR & FREEMAN, boots and shoes, 6 W. Washing- 
ton. 

EDGAR JAMES W., attorney and notary public, No. 2 
McOuat's block, res. 104 N. Illinois. 

Edgar Samuel A., (E. & Freeman,) res. 104 N. Illinois. 

Edwards Benjamin J., grocer, 165 Virginia ave., res. 136 
S. East. 

Edwards Nathan, carpenter, 93 W. South. 

Edwards Samuel, machinist, res. 11 E. Georgia. 

Edwards W., carpenter and builder, S. E. cor. Market and 
Canal. 

Edwin Thomas, laborer, 16 E. Georgia. 

Ehmen Geo., laborer, res. N. Tennessee, W. side, bt. Fourth 
and Fifth. 

Ehmen John, carriage maker H. R. Gaston. 

EINATZ ANTHONY, grocer 283 South Delaware, res. 
same. 

Einecker Jacob, laborer, 158 N. New Jersey. 

Elder Eli A,, clerk post office, res. 95 N. Mississippi. 

ELDER & HARKNESS, publishers of Weekly Locomotive, 
No. 2 S. Meridian, up stairs. 

Elder John R., (E. & Harkness,) res. cor. New York and 
New Jersey. 

Elder Thomas J., machinist Washington Foundry. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 69 



ELDRIDGE & CO., real estate dealers, ofl5ce Little's 
Hotel. 

Eldridge Jacob, (Littles, E. & Co.,) Little's Hotel. 

Elff & Regenauer, Meridian Saloon, 25 S. Meridian. 

Elliott Amos, engineer, 31 Liberty. 

Elliott B. K., attorney, 21 E. Washington, res. 105 E. Ver- 
mont. 

ELLIOTT C. A. & Co., wholesale grocers, 34 S. Meridian 
cor. Maryland. 

Elliott Calvin A., (C. A. E. & Co.) res. 76 N. Illinois. 

Elliott James, (C. T. Boaz & Co.,) res. 67 N. Meridian. 

Elliott James, bds. 42 W. Maryland. 

Elliott John H., Central R. R.'Co., 11 Huron. 

Elliott Joseph T., collector and accountant, bds. 42 W. 
Maryland. 

Elliott L. S., general agent B. R. R., res. 71 N. Alabama. 

Elliott Samuel W., clerk general ticket office I. & C. R. R. 

ELLIOTT THOS. B., M. D., 28 N. Illinois, res Michigan. 

Elliott William, general traveling agent, res. 42 W. Mary- 
land. 

ELLSWORTH & COLLEY, attorneys, 10^ S. Meridian, 
up stairs, 

ELLSWORTH HON. HENRY W., (E., Redstone & Co.,) 
(E. & Colley,) res. 86 N. Meridian. 

ELLSWORTH, REDSTONE & CO., solicitors of patents, 
10| S. Meridian, up stairs. 

Elmore West, employee Madison depot, res. 11 E. Mc- 
Carty. 

Elvin Robert, engineer, bds. 227 S. Delaware. 

ELWOOD FRANK, merchant tailor, 8 N. Illinois, res. 127 
N. Meridian. 

Ely J. R., stock dealer, bds. Little's Hotel. 

Ely Joseph, carpenter, res. 207 Indiana ave. 

Emelkin William, switch tender T. H. & R. R. R., res. 90 
Bluff road. 

Emery Philip A., A. M., instructor Deaf and Dumb In- 
stitute. 

EMMENEGGER MATTHIAS, Union Hall Saloon, 111 
E. Washington. 

Emmerich & Rease, carpenters, E. Washington, near No- 
ble. 

Emmerich Henry, (E. & Rease,) bds. C. Jones. 

Emraerson Kosel, carpenter, res. 141 W. Market. 

Emmitt Robert, laborer, res. 98 N. Tennessee. 



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EMPIRE SALOON, R. Bebee proprietor, 23 W. Washing- 
ton. 

Enderline C. Augustus, bartender Crystal Palace Saloon. 

Enderline William, clerk post office, res. 21 Ellsworth. 

Bngelking Frederick, drayman, res. 73 Bluff road. 

Englekee John, laborer Union depot. 

Engle John, bartender C. Rossman. 

Engle John, carpenter, res. 95 Bates. 

English Joseph K., (Staats & E.) res. 115 N. East. 

English King, switch tender P. & B. R. R., res. 113 N. 
East. 

ENNERS, BRINCKMEYER & CO., dry goods and gro- 
ceries, 166 E. Washington. 

Enners Philip, (E. Brinckmeyer & Co.) res. 229 Massachu- 
setts ave. 

Enners William, cabinet maker, 225 N. Noble. 

Ennis Louis, butcher, 223 N. Noble. 

Enos Benjamin V., carpenter, 92 E. Market. 

Enos Robert C, carpenter, res. 92 E. Market. 

EPPINGER COL. LOU., proprietor Wright House, E. 
Washington. 

Ervin Mrs. Ann, Wabash, south side bt. Noble and Liberty. 

Ervine Miss. Sarah J., res. 160 E. McCarty. 

Ernst Frederick, brickmaker, res. 23 Union. 

Eskins Patrick, linen dealer, 56 Massachusetts ave. 

Espy Mrs. Margaret, 85 S. Tennessee. 

Espy Samuel, bds. 132 N. Tennessee. 

Etsler Loyd, 156 N. East. 

Eudaly Elisha, res. 113 N^. Tennessee. 

Eudaly Joseph, teamster, res. N. end Michigan ave. 

Eudaly Nathaniel M., farmer, 10 Michigan ave. 

Euler Geo., shoemaker C. Karles. 

Eurick & Naltner, Nebraska Saloon, 12 Louisiana. 

Evans A. E., brick mason, 75 N. New Jersey. 

Evans Rev. Thomas, (United Brethren,) res. 27 Liberty. 

Evans Robert, brick mason, 129 N. Meridian. 

Evans Wm., conductor, bds. Little's Hotel. 

Evans Z., (col.,) assistant engineer Capital Mills. 

EVANSVILLE, INDIANAPOLIS & CLEVELAND R. 
R. CO., office 3 S. Meridian, up stairs. 

Everett Richard, brick maker, bds. 191 S. New Jersey. 

Everhart Oliver, machinist Washington Foundry. 

Ewing David, M. D., eclectic, 18 Virginia ave. 

EWING JACOB, M. D., eclectic, 18 Virginia ave. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 71 



Fahnestock Misses C. & M., milliners and dress makers, 14 

S. Illinois, 
FAHNESTOCK JOHN, engraver, printer and lithogra- 
pher, 19 W. Washington, up stairs, bds. Bates House. 
Fahnestock Obed, 14 S. Illinois. 
Fahnestock Orrin, printer J. Fahnestock. 
Fahrbach Philip, bricklayer, res. 42 W. South. 
Faldbusch John, laborer, 83 Davidson. 
Fall Henry, employee Washington Foundry, res. 56 E. 

South. 
Famer James, carpenter, res. 139 N. West. 
Fancher Mrs. Nancy, 136 E. McCarty. 
Faries Robert, machinist, bds. 51 E. Louisiana. 
Farley Thomas, saw smith E. C. Atkins. 
FARMERS' HOTEL, H. Buehrig proprietor, cor. Illinois 

and Georgia. 
Farmers' and Drovers' Hotel, J. W. Harris proprietor, 212 

W. Washington. 
Farmer J. B., check clerk, Jeff. R. R. freight office, res. 280 

R. R. ave. 
Faro James, (col.) painter, 23 Minerva. 
Farrel Ferguson, laborer, res. 169 S. Mississippi. 
FARNSWORTH & BARNARD, proprietors Indianapolis 

Car works, Massachusetts ave. 
Farnsworth J., (F. & B.) res. Madison, Indiana. 
Faulkner Munfort, pump maker, res. 78 S. Noble. 
Fay ^. A., brickmaker, bds. 153 N. Liberty. 
Fay John, brickmaker, 153 N. Liberty. 
Featherlan William, laborer, 144 E. New York. 
Featherston William E., (Gott & F.) res. 115 Massachusetts 

ave. 
Fearer John, butcher, bds. Little's Hotel. 
Fearnley John, (Greer &jJF.) res. Illinois. 
FEARY & LOW, carpenters, 18 S. New Jersey. 
Feary Jeremiah E., (F. & Low,) res. 154 E. North. 
Felbaum William, switching engineer, L. & I. R. R. depot, 

res. 14 Michigan ave. 
Feld G., painter, S. E. cor. Washington and East. 
FELLER GEORGE, watches & jewelry, 17 N. Illinois, res. 

143 S. Tennessee. 
Felling Frederick, teamster, cor. South and New Jersey. 



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FELLOWS JAMES W., daguerrean artist, 33 W. Wash- 
ington, res. 16 N. ISTew Jersey. 

Feltj John, teamster, 21 N. Chatham. 

Felter John, cabinet maker, 158 S. Pennsylvania. 

Fenton John, tinner Root, Drake & Co., bds. 71 N. Dela- 
ware. 

Ferguson C. A., watches and jewelry, 7 W. Washington, res. 
13 W. Ohio. 

Ferguson David, carpenter Brackin & Ayres. 

Ferguson Mrs. E., boarding, 20 IST. Pennsylvania. 

Ferguson Edward H., bricklayer, 96 N. Meridian. 

Ferguson Francis, carpenter, bds. 74 N. Tennessee. 

Ferguson George, painter, bds. 77 IS". Noble. 

Ferguson J. C, pork packer, 28 N. Meridian. 

Fei'guson James, carpenter, res. 121 N. New Jersey. 

Ferguson Kilby,' (Walpole & F.) bds. Little's Hotel. 

Ferguson Leander, tinner, bds. 112 Virginia ave. 

Ferguson Robert, plasterer, N. Meridian, E. side, bt. First 
and Second. 

Ferguson Norval W., (Ward, Ferguson & Co.,) res. 140 E. 
Market. 

Ferguson R., (Ward F. & Co.,) res. 134 E. Market. 

Ferguson Mrs. Sarah, 77 N. Noble. 

Ferguson Wm., carpenter, res. 206 N. Illinois, 

Ferleng & Leminger, hair dressers, cor. Meridian and Wash- 
ington. 

Ferleng George, (F. & Leminger,) res. 136 Virginia ave. 

Fernly John, carpenter, bds. 138 N. Illinois-. 

Ferrall Patrick K., 26 Henry. 

Ferris Albert, plasterer, Wabash, N, side, bt, Nobfft and 
Liberty. 

Ferris Henry V., engineer, res. -66 S. East. 

Ferry James, driver Adams Express. 

Ferry Mrs. Jane, 221 S. Pennsylvania. 

FERTIO FRANK, painter 63 E. Washington, res. 41 W. 
South. 

Fesrow , painter, bds. Temperance House. 

Fette Chas., machinist Washington Foundry. 

Fetty George, tailor, 195 S. Pennsylvania. 

Fey Rudolph, hair dresser under Little's Hotel. 

Fick Harvey, (col.) 70 alley bt. Missouri and West. 

Fichtner Gottlieb, employee T. H. & R. R. R., res. S. West. 

Fiehrig Louis, book binder Delzell & Tyler. 

Fillbeck John, laborer, 9 Ellsworth. 



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73 



Finch Mrs. Louisa, bds. 138 N. Illinois. 

Finck John, cooper, res. 14 Union. 

Finckle John F., machinist, res. 31 McCarty. 

Finley James, lab. bds. Robert Finley. 

Finley Robert, laborer, W. side California, bt. W. Market 
and W. Washington. 

Finney Michael, brickmaker, 83 Huron. 

Finney R. P., proprietor Bates' City Mills, 282 E. Wash- 
ington. 

Fenter Frederick, baker, 77 Fort Wayne ave. 

Fenton Patrick, salesman Gulick & TAveed. 

Fischer & Brother, shoemakers, 54 Bluff road. 

Fischer Carlos, (F, & Brother,) res. Bluif road. 

Fischer Charles, cooper, 37 Spring. 

Fischer Geo., shoemaker, 224 N. New Jersey. 

Fischer Martin, (F. & Brother,) res. 56 Bluff' road. 

Fiscus Andrew, bricklayer, bds. 223 N. New Jersey. 

Fiscus John, bricklayer, bds. 223 N. New Jersey. 

Fiscus Thomas, bricklayer, bds. 223 N. New Jersey. 

Fish John L., clerk post office, bds. Macy House. 

FISHBACK JOHN, leather, hides and oil, 30 S. Meridian, 
res. 49 S. Meridian. 

Fishback W. F., attorney at law, 70 E. Washington, res. 55 
E. Ohio. 

Fisher Adam, barber 62 E. South, res. same. 

FISHER ANDREW, painter, Virginia ave., res. 35 E. St. 
Clair. 

Fisher Benedict, hair dresser, 93 Illinois, res. 22 S. Missis- 
sippi. 

Fished Charles, justice of the peace, 1 N. Meridian, up stairs, 
res. 16 W. North. 

Fisher Charles, engineer I. & 0. R. R., res. 50 E. Louisiana. 

Fisher Charles, foundryman, bds. 52 S. Delaware. 

Fisher Isaac, brakeman I. & C. R. R., 33 S. Meridian. 

Fisher Philip, laborer, 143 E. Washington. 

Fisher William E., fireman I. & C. R. R., bds. 50 E. Louisi- 
ana. 

Fisher William I., boot maker J. Wert, bds. 53 Massachu- 
setts ave. 

Fitch William H., cabinet maker J. Ott. 

Fitchey Michael G., carpenter Byrkit & Beam. 

FITZGIBBONM. & CO., wholesale grocers, 77 S. Me- 
ridian. 

Fitzgibbon M., (M. F. & Co.,) bds. Bates House. 



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Fitzgerald John, tinner R. L. & A. W. McOuat. 

Fitzgerald Nicholas, laborer, 23 E. Georgia. 

Fitzgerald Joseph, brakeman Indianapolis & Cincinnati R. 

R., bds. 89 S. East. 
FLAGG S. A., wholesale liquors, 32 S. Illinois. 
Flaherty Mrs. Sarah, 102 N. Mississippi. 
Flath George, tailor Jennings & Dunbar. 
FLETCHER'S BANK, 30 E. Washington. 
FLETCHER CALVIN, president Branch Bank, res. N. 

Pennsylvania, E. side, bt. First and Second. 
Fletcher David, farmer, res. 187 S. N. Jersey. 
FLETCHER H. A. & CO., dry goods, 10 E. Washington. 
Fletcher Horace A., (H. A. F. & Co.,) bds. E. N. Lord. 
Fletcher John, laborer, 288 S. Delaware. 
Fletcher Milton, laborer, bds. 288 S. Delaware. 
Fletcher R. M., Superintendent Union Depot, res. 93 N. 

Pennsylvania. 
Fletcher Richard, res. 69 N. East. 

FLETCHER STOUGHTON A., sr., banker 30 E. Wash- 
ington, res. 88 E. Ohio. 
FLETCHER STOUGHTON A., jr., real estate agent, 19 E. 

Washington, up stairs, res. 187 Virginia ave. 
Fletcher William, res. 267 Virginia ave. 
Fletcher William, laborer, bds. 288 S. Delaware. 
Fletcher William, boot maker, 7 E. North. 
Fleitz Charles, blacksmith, 103 BlufiF road, res. 101 Bluff 

road. 
Flike Philip, moulder, Washington Foundry. 
Flinn Patrick, laborer, res. 59 W. Louisiana. 
Flowers Andrew B. J., 73 S. Noble. « 

Floyd William H., conductor, bds. Little's Hotel. 
Fluazar George, laborer, res. 20 W. Garden. 
Flues Edward, blacksmith H. Gaston. 
Foley Mrs. Catharine, res. 51 E. Market. 
Foley Henry, engineer Washington Foundry. 
Foley Jeremiah, laborer, res. 196 S. Delaware. 
Foley Mrs. Julia, res. 107 W. North. 
Folsom Isaac, bds. Z. Dougherty. 
Folsom Peter, laborer, res. 127 S. Illinois. 
Foltz Frederick, res. 113 N. Alabama. 
Fonru Jacob, stone cutter, res. alley bt. Missouri and West, 

S. of Ohio. 
Foos Thomas J., baker, 84 N. Mississippi. 
Foote Jeremiah, 10 E. Michigan. 



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Forbeck Andrew, plasterer, 148 S. New Jersey. 
Ford Araos, 111 E. Ohio. 

Ford Fletcher, brick layer, bds. 84 N. Tennessee. 
Ford John, candle manufacturer, res. 112 N. Alabama. 
Forrest Mrs. Sarah, boarding, 35 N. Alabama. 
Forshee George W., (Vanblaricura & F.,) res. 116 W. Ohio. 
Forshee William J., (Vanblaricum & F.) res. 75 Merrill. 
Forsythe Jacob, bds. 146 E. New York. 
Forsyth William, checkman B. R. R, depot, res. 48 S. Me- 
ridian. 
Fortescue William, 70 Spring. 

Fortnicht Ernst, cabinet maker, res. 279 Virginia ave. 
Foster Alfred, moulder, res. 57 Harrison. 
Foster Rev. B. F., (Universalist,) res. 268 N. Illinois. 
Foster Edgar J., clerk J. S. Dunlop. 
Foster Robert S., clerk A. Wallace, bds. Mrs. Forrest. 
Foudray John E., County SheriflF, office court house square, 

res. jail. 
Foudray John E., (Wood & F.,) res. 18 N. Alabama. 
Foudray Mrs. Martha, 3 Massachusetts ave. 
Foust Daniel, baggage master Union Depot, res. 24 N. 

Pennsplvania. 
Fox Henry, clerk post office. 
Fox James, engineer, bds. 190 S. Pennsylvania. 
France Peter, carpenter, res. 159 Railroad ave. 
Francis Maryland, carpenter, 105 W. Market, res. 41 W. 

St. Clair. 
Franco Alexander, clothier, 41 W, Washington, res. 9 and 13 

Kentucky ave. 
Franco David, last finisher Osgood, Smith & Co. 
Franco Matthew, last finisher, Osgood, Smith & Co. 
Frank Adam, cabinet maker Spiegel, Thoms & Co., bds. 

H. Buehrig. 
Frank Henry, (Spiegel, Thoms & Co.,) res. 162 E. New 

York. 
Frank Peter, teamster, res. 53 Madison ave. 
Franke Anthony, saloon, 164 W. Washington, res. 60 

Union. 
Franken Jonathan, shoemaker, 23 W. Michigan. 
Franklin William, (col.) laborer, 119 Indiana ave. 
Eraser Wilham, bridge builder, res. 90 Indiana ave. 
Frauer Albert, drayman, bds. 32 Peru. 
Frauer Augustus, laborer, bds. 32 Peru. 
Frauer Emanuel, 32 Peru. 



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Frauer Herman, driver furniture wagon Spiegel, Thorns & 

Co., bds. 32 Peru. 
Frauer Rudolph, turner, bds. 32 Peru. 
Fray Gustav, carriage painter, res. 143 Alabama. 
Frazee Samuel E., bds. American Hotel. 
FreasdrofF Frederick, laborer McCord & Wheatley. 
Fredericks Godfrey, brick maker, bds. 191 S. New Jersey. 
Freeman Nelson B., (Edgar & F.) res. 41 W. Michigan. 
Freeman John, (col.) N. Meridian, east side bt. Second and 

Third. 
FRENCH CHARLES G., watches and jewelry, 37 W. 

Washington. 
FRENZEL JOHN P., Kansas Saloon, 85 S. Illinois, res. 

same. 
Frey Gottlieb, clothier, W. Washington, res. N. New .Jer- 
sey, near Ohio. 
Fricke Rev. Charles, pastor German Lutheran St. Paul 

Church, res. 13 N. East. 
Fridak Michael, carpenter, 42 Peru. 

Friedlander Samuel, (Mitchel & F.,) bds. Trcmont House. 
Fridley Mrs. Susan, boarding, 6 N. Meridian. 
Frink Otis, bds. 14 N. Meridian. 
FRINK SAMUEL C, M. D., dentist, 10 E. AVashington, 

res. 62 E. North. 
Frinkle David, hair dresser, 104 S. Illinois, res. same. 
Frizelle Allen, carpenter, res. 116 W. Ncav York. 
Froastorf Frederick, paper maker, Patterson, bt. North and 

Michigan. 
Froehlking John F., laborer, 253 S. Pennsylvania. 
Frost & Buell, soap manufixcturers 12, Pearl. 
Frost J. M. & Co., patent medicines 12, Pearl. 
Frost James M., (J. M. F. & Co.,) res. N. Pennsylvania, N. 

of St. Clair. 
Frommier Henry, clerk J. Lindley, res. 98 N. Mississippi. 
Frumhold Peter, helper Cottrell & Knight. 
Frushour Casper, stone mason, 146 S. New Jersey. 
Fry Mrs. Elizabeth, res. 122 N. Illinois. 
Fry John, bds. 122 N. Illinois. 
Fryberger Francis A., salesman C. T. Boaz & Co. 
FURGASON JOHN A., bookkeeper Washington Foundry, 

res. 37 E. Georgia. 
Fuller Ralph, (col.) cook, 9 N. Illinois. 
Fulmer Charles H., engineer, res. 2 Meek. 
Fuqua Andrew W., bridge tender, White river bridge. 



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Funk C. W., carpenter, res. 161 Liberty. 
FUNKHOUSER DAVID, M. D., 5 S. Meridian, bds. Bates 
House. 

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Gaar George, foreman J. P. Michael's brewery, res. 135 
W. Maryland. 

Gale John, laborer, 31 Virginia ave. 

Gallard Charles, laborer, bds. 151 E. New York. 

Gallagher Francis, peddler, 42 Massachusetts ave. 

Gallagher Mrs. Mary, 33 E. Market. 

Galloway John, watchman, 65 Indiana ave. 

Gallup Edward P., with G. T. Browning, bds. Bates House. 

Gallup William P., agent G. T. Browning. 

Gallaspey Morris, (col.,) cook, American House. 

Gait House, J. Schimmel, proprietor, 98 and 100 S. Illinois. 

Galivan Mrs., 98 E. Maryland. 

Gam John, cook Crystal Palace 

Gamble James, carpenter, 191 E. St. Clair. 

Gammer Conrad, laborer Kregelo, Blake & Co. 

Gansberg Frederick, employee Union depot, res. 318 Vir- 
ginia ave. 

Ganter Cass, confectioner, 183 E. Washington, res. same. 

Gard Emery R., res. 46 N. Pennsylvania. 

Gardiner Windel, carpenter Kregelo, Blake & Co., res. 183 
Indiana ave. 

Gargen Michael, laborer, res. 43 S. West. 

Garing Francis, blacksmith Washington Foundry. 

Garner Richard, watchmaker C. A. Ferguson. 

Garrett David, res. 87 E. Market. 

Garratt Joseph, (G. & Little,) res. 219 S. East. 

GARRATT & LITTLE, brass and bell founders, 90 S. Del- 
aware. 

Gass Andrew, butcher, res. 60 St. Joseph. 

Gass George, teamster Underbill's flour mills, res. 64 St. 
Joseph. 

Gass Henry, 71 St. Joseph. 

Gaston Edward Y., carriage maker H. R. Gaeton. 

GASTON HIRAM R., carriage manufacturer, 23 Illinois, res. 
27 Kentucky ave. 

Gaston James, carriage painter II. R. Gaston. 

GASTON JOHN M., M. D., allopathy, 10 S. Meridian, up 
stairs, res. 77 N. New Jersey. 



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Gatenby Sarah J., 203 E. St. Clair. 

Gates John J., blacksmith, 14 S. New Jersey, res. 85 E. 

Market. 
Gates Joseph, smut machines, res. 78 Massachusetts ave. 
Gathke Fred., grocer, 244 E. Washington. 
Gatling Richard J., M. D., allopathy, 44 S. Meridian. 
Gatz John, employee Bellefontaine R. R. shop, res. 73 N. 

New Jersey. 
Gause Frederick, saloon, 15 N. Pennsylvania, res. same. 
Gause Mrs. Mary, res. 142 Alabama. 
Gay Alfred, (Gay & Stevens,) res. 91 N. West. 
Gay Leonard A., shingle packer Gay & Stevens. 
GAY & STEVENS, lumber, &c., one square S. of Madison 

depot. 
Gearing Frank, helper City Foundiy, res. 43 McCarty. 
Gebber William, laborer, 120 E Market. 
Gehring Conrad, clerk H. Lieber. 
Gehring Frederick, compositor Volksblatt office. 
GeisendorflF Edward, (G. W. G. & Co.) res. 223 W. Wash- 
ington. 
GEISENDORFF G. W. & Co., Hoosier Woolen Factory, 

268 W. Washington. 
Geisendorff George W., (G. W. G. & Co.) res. 270 West 

Washington. 
Geisendorff Jacob C, (G. VV. G. & Co.) res. 170 W. New 

York. 
Gelzenleughter John, lab. 16- ■ Railroad ave. 
Gemmer Albert, machinist Washington Foundry. 
Gemmer Conrad, 71 N. Noble. 
Gentry A. T., (Danforth & G.,) bds. Little Hotel. 
George Mrs. Amanda, 76 Kentucky ave. 
George 'Mrs. Elizabeth, 80 E. Vermont. 
George Isaac, turner, res. 151 S. Tennessee. 
George James, grocer, 143 W. Washington, res. same. 
George Otis S., carpenter, bds. 135 W. Market. 
George Wm., machinist Washington Foundry. 
George Wilson, planer Sloan & Ingersoll. 
German Library, H. Lieber, 42 E. Washington. 
GERMAN MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF IN- 
DIANA, 95 E. Washington, A. Seidensticker, presi- 
dent ; Charles Volmer, secretary. 
Gerstner Anthony J., tailor, res. 66 N. East. 
GETTIS WILLIAM, picture framer and gilder, 11 North 
Illinois, res. same. 



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Ghalar Christian, laborer, 75 Fort Wayne. 

Gibbs Reuben, (col.) hair dresser under Wright House, res. 

154 S. Illinois. 
Gibson John B., carpenter, 10 Bates. 
Giesel George, blacksmith John Gates, res. 106 Davidson. 
Giesel Henry, (Enners, Brinckmeyer & Co.) res. 215 Mas- 
sachusetts ave. 
Giesel John, blacksmith B. R. R. shop,, res. 121 Davidson. 
Gilbert Mrs. Fanny, res. 136 N. Delaware. 
Gilkey Oliver B., carpenter, bds. 154 VV. Vermont. 
Gill W". L., boiler maker, res. Wabash north side bt. Noble 

and Liberty. 
Gillespie (wid.) Jane, res. 44 N. Delaware. 
Gillig Barnard, 63 Hosbrook. 
GILLIGAN MISS M. A., dry goods, 5 Bates House, res. 

Tennessee. 
Gilmore Daniel, bricklayer, 83 Pine. 
Gilmore John, wood sawyer Madison R. R., res. 181 S. 

New Jersey. 
Gilson Frederick A., traveling agent W. W. Roberts, res. 

59 E. Market. 
Gimble James, machinist Washington Foundry. 
Gimble Martin, 129 E. Market. 
Gimble Michael, porter J. K. Sharpe. 

Gisicking Frank, blacksmith, res. alley bt. Noble and East. 
Githens Valentine, (blind,) res. 95 S. Alabama. 
Giver Frederick, stone cutter, 190 S. Delaware. 
GLASER & BROTHERS, merchant tailors, 2 Bates 

House. 
Glaser Julius, (G. & Brothers,) res. 28 N. Mississippi. 
Glaser Max, (G. & Brothers,) res. 85 N. Illinois. 
Glazier Charles, engineer, 100 Virginia ave. 
Glazier Mrs. Catharine, 114 S. New Jersey. 
Glazier Daniel, car maker, res. 109 S. New Jersey. 
Glazier Frank, machinist Washington Foundry, res. 102 S. 

New Jersey. 
GLEASON G. F., hair dresser, 14 Louisiana. 
Glenn Hugh, (W. & H. G.,) bds. 73 Meridian. 
GLENN W. & H., wholesale & retail dry goods, 3 Bates 

House. 
Glenn William, (W. & H. G.) res. 73 Meridian. 
Godard Samuel, stone cutter, res. 114 W. Ohio. 
Goepper Andrew, boiler maker Dumont & Sinker, res. 5 

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GOEPPER FREDERICK, clothier and merchant tailor, 21 
E. Washington, res. 61 N. Illinois. 

GrOLD ADAM, groceries, &c., 65 W. Washington, res. 191 
^Y. Washington. 

Gold William., clerk Adam Gokl, bds. 191 W. Washing- 
ton. 

Gold J. S., clerk Adam Gold, bds. 191 W. Washington. 

Golden Dennis, laborer, res. S. Virginia ave. 

Golding Rev. William, (Baptist,) res. 248 Indiana ave. 

GOLDSBERRY L. D., stove dealer, 182 E. Washington, 
res. 67 N. East. 

Goldsberry William, tinner L. D. Goldsberry, bds. 67 N. 
East. 

Gall John, machinist Wasiiington Foundry. 

Good Edward, finisher, west side Illinois S. end. 

Good Solomon, brickmaker, res. 193 S. New Jersey. 

Goode Walton P;, compositor Sentinel office, bds. 21 S. Del- 
aware. 

Goodhart Benjamin F., clerk Hill & Spotts, bds. Samuel 
Beck. 

Goodman A., tailor 18 E. Market, res. same. 

Goodman George, varnisher Sloan & Ingersoll, res. 65 E. 
Market. 

GOODWIN REV. ELIJAH, (Christian,) res. 188 N. Illi- 
nois. 

Goodwin Robert M., studying law Barbour & Howland. 

GOODWIN REV. THOMAS A., editor Indiana American, 
res. 10 W. Market. 

Goebel John, boarding and saloon, 52 E. South. 

GORDEN, CONNOR & BOWLES, attorneys, 10 E. Wash- 
ington, second floor. 

Gorden Jonathan W., (G., Connor & Bowles,) res. 194 N. 
Illinois. 

GORDON & DAVIS, attorneys and collectors. Odd Fel- 
lows' Hall, second floor. 

GORDON GEORGE E., (G. & Davis,) attorney, res. 37 N. 
Delaware. 

Gordon George W., speculator, 69 Indiana ave. 

Gordon James, teamster, 59 Indiana ave. 

Gore James, clerk James C. Yohn, bds. 74 N. Delaware. 

Gorham George L., bricklayer, 79 N. Mississippi. 

Gorliam John M., blacksmith, 76 Indiana ave. 

Gorham Perry, bhicksmith, 76 Indiana ave. 

Gorham Thomas J., brick layer, res. 204 N. Mississippi. 



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Gorrell A. W., clerk H. Babcock, bds. 91 Virginia ave. 

Gosney Gr. E,., salesman H. Babcock. 

Goth Peter, grocer, 76 E. St. Clair. 

Goth Valentine, cooper, res. 77 Spring. 

GOTT & FEiVTHERSTON, auction and commission mer- 
chants, 48 and 49 E. Washington. 

Gott Thomas, (G. & Feather ston,) res. 147 S. Tennessee. 

Gough Eliza A., (col.) res. 127 N. West. 

Goughren Lackey, laborer, res. 96 W. Ohio. 

Gowen Canada, Cooper M. Dashiell, res. North, west end. 

Grabhorn Anthony, rope maker, Fourth, south side bt. Ten- 
nessee and Mississippi. 

Graff J. P. C, express messenger American Express Co. 

Graft John, laborer, 238 Railroad ave. 

Graham Lewis, clerk, bds. 40 E. New York. 

Graham Samuel, switchman Lafayette and Indianapolis R. R. 

Graham W. A., shingle dealer, res. 19 Willard. 

Graham Wm. S., driver Adams Express, res. 3 Massachu- 
setts ave. 

Grahnstaff Henry, carpenter City Foundry. 

Gramling A., E. Market bt. Noble and Liberty. 

Gramling J. & P., merchant tailors, 41 E. Washington. 

Gramling John, (J. & P. G.,) bds. A. Gramling. 

Gramling Peter, (J. & P. G.,) res. 37 N. Noble. 

Grandstaff William, S. W. cor. Bluff road and Wisconsin. 

Graney Michael, laborer, res, 166 S. Mississippi. 

Grant Robert, laborer, 41 E. St. Clair. 

Grant Wm., engineer, res. 29 Henry. 

Grant Jacob, plasterer, 180 N. East. 

Grass Samuel, carpenter, 114 E. Michigan. 

Graves Richard, wagon maker, Kentucky ave., near Ten- 
nessee, bds. 17 Kentucky ave. 

Gray John W., foreman A. S. Atherton, res. 85 W. South. 

Gray Robert, watchman Lawrenceburg depot, res. 18 Lord. 

Gray Samuel R., farmer, 8 S. Mississippi. 

Gray Wm., baker, 64 E. South, res. same. 

Graydon A., 87 N. Pennsylvania. 

Graydon Wm. M., W. side Pennsylvania, N. of First. 

Green Allen T., varnisher, res. 40 E. Louisiana. 

Green George, tailor E. G. Ward, res. N. Mississippi, W. 
side, cor. Fifth. 

GREEN JAMES, secretary and treasurer E., L & C. R. 
R., 3 post office building, res. 93 N. Meridian. 
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Green Scott, clerk Stewart & Bowen. 

Greenewald & Whittlioft, furniture, 167 E. Washington. 

Greenewald Henry, (G. & Whitthoft,) res. 79 Davidson. 

Greenfield Daniel, 1229 W. Washington. 

Greenfield Robert, 229 W. Washington. 

Greenleaf Alvin C, (G. & Brown,) res. 114 E. Vermont. 

GKEENLEAF & BROWN, City Foundry and Machine 
shop, 93 S. Pennsylvania. 

Greenleaf Clements A., machinist Washington Foundry, bds. 
E. Greenleaf. 

Greenleaf Edward, foreman Washington Foundry, res. N. 
W. cor. Mississippi and Ohio. 

GREER & FEARNLEY, carpenters, 11 S. Illinois, up 
stairs. 

Greer Wm. H., (G. & Fearnley,) res. 158 S. Mississippi. 

G^regg James, wagon maker, 63 Indiana ave. 

Grein & Thalman, bakers, 214 E. Washington. 

Greip John, stone mason, 151 Liberty. 

Greip John, bartender Frederick Gause. 

Greisel Geo., pedlar, res. 206 Alabama St. 

Greisem Robert, bds. John M. Wood. 

Greish Frank, turner, 266 S. Delaware. 

GRESH PROF. BENJAMIN F., proprietor Uncle Sam 
Saloon, 19 N. Illinois, res. New York. 

Greshaber Sebastian, boiler maker Dumont & Sinker. 

Gresham Robert A., clerk Wood & Foudray, bds. cor. Penn- 
sylvania and Massachusetts ave. 

Griff John, boiler maker Dumont & Sinker. 

Griffin Adam, (G. & Johnson,) bds. J. Tarlton. 

Griffin Dennis, laborer, bds. 252 S. Delaware. 

Griffin James, laborer, res. 290 S. Delaware. 

GRIFFIN & JOHNSON, boots and shoes, 79 W. Washing- 
ton. 

GRIFFIN, LOWRY & Co., real estate, auction and com- 
mission merchants, 79 W. Washington. 

Griffin Martin, laborer, 36 S. Alabama. 

Griffin Michael, laborer, 67 Bright. 

Griffin Patrick, porter State Treasury, res. 806 S. Delaware. 

Griffin Thomas, laborer, 98 Maryland. 

Griffith George, plasterer, 22 N. New Jersey. 

Griffith Humphrey, res. 52 N. Mississippi. 

Griffith John, plasterer, 185 N. East. 

GRIFFITH JOHN E., groceries and provisions, 126 S. 
Illinois. 



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Griffith Josiah R., furniture, 65 ^V". Washington, res. 32 S. 
Mississippi. 

Griffith Samuel, carpenter, res. 263 S. East. 

Grim Jacob, laborer, 106 St. Joseph. 

Grinwald Henry, cabinet maker, 79 Davidson. 

Griswold John, carpenter, 207 N. Tennessee. 

GROBE CHARLES H., bookbinder and paper box maker, 
125 E. Washington, res. same. 

Groff Susana, 83 alley bt. Missouri and West. 

Grond George, blacksmith, res. 67 Bluff road. 

Grooms Ansel C, bookkeeper Journal Co., res. 100 W. 
Vermont. 

Grooms Rev. Moses, (Christian,) bds. 100 W. Vermont. 

(Jrooms Moses, compositor Journal office. 

Grosh John, express Avagon, 113 N. Noble. 

Gross William H., medical agent, res. 114 W. Vermont. 

Grout Joseph B., 112 N. New Jersey. 

Grubbs Daniel W., bookkeeper W. Henderson. 

Grube Christopher, carpenter Byrkit & Beam, res. 11 Ells- 
worth. 

Grube Jacob, carpenter Byrkit & Beam, res. Illinois, S. end. 

Gruenert Henry, tailor F. Goepper, 

Gruenstein George, (Herrmann & G.) res. 114 E. Market. 

Gulick John F,, (G. & Tweed,) Georgia, bt. 111. and Tenn. 

GULICK SAMUEL, scene painter Metropolitan Theater. 

GULICK & TWEED, provision dealers, 16 N. Illinois. 

Gulliver William, barber, res. 121 W. Maryland. 

Guth Edward, machinist Washington Foundry. 

Guthridge John W., R. R. agent, res. 44 Indiana ave. 

Guthrige Edward, apprentice Journal office. 

Gutig Henry, barber, bds. Mrs. Ferguson. 

Gutperle Peter, saloon 212 E. Washington. 

Guttman Andrew, tailor, res. 18 E. Market. 

Guttnicht John, painter, 105 Fort Wayne ave. 

Guttnicht Rudolph, wood sawyer, 41 W. Vermont. 



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Haas George, baker, 150 N. New Jersey. 
Habemey Henry, laborer, res. 103 W. New York. 
Hackett Almon, cabinet maker M. Long. 
Hackett Wm., laborer, 22 S. Liberty. 
Hackinger John, butcher, res. 29 Liberty. 



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Hadley William, (Taylor, Wright & H.,) res. 151 N. Dela- 
ware. 

Haear David, tailor, bds. 37 N. New Jersey, 

Haefner Augustus, (H. & Brother,) res. 198 W. Washing- 
ton. 

Haefner & Brother, boots aftd shoes, 198 W. Washington. 

Haefner Frank, (H. & Brother,) res. 185 W. Washington. 

Haerle Wm., clerk Klotz & Pfafflin. 

Hagar Isaac A., clerk Fletcher's Bank. 

Haggart William, blacksmith Lafayette and Indianapolis R. 
R. depot. 

Hagerhorst Mrs., res, 156 S. Tennessee. 

Hagerhorst Charles F., grocer, 115 S. Tennessee, res. 
same. 

Hagerhorst William, clerk Charles F, Hagerhorst, bds, 115 
S. Tennessee, . ' 

Hahn Charles, (H, Schnull & Co.,) res, 220 E. Washington. 

Hahn Henry, proprietor Pennsylvania House. 

Hahn Louis, butcher Gulick & Tweed. 

Halm Philip, saloon, 103 E. Washington, res. same. 

HAHN, SCHNULL & CO., grocers, 220 E. Washington. 

HAHN, SCHNULL & CO., clothiers, 17 E. Washington. 

Hahneman Edward, baker A. Metzger. 

Haig William, clerk Sinking Fund, State Bank building, 
res. cor. Mill and Michigan road. 

Haines Simon, carriage painter H. R. Gaston. 

Haisch John, compositor Volksblatt office. 

Hale Henry J., traveling agent, res. 151 N. Illinois. 

HALL ELI A., merchant tailor, 2 Odd Fellows' Hall, res. 
102 N. Pennsylvania. 

Hall H. L., conductor Indianapolis & Cincinnati R. R., bds. 
Bates House. 

Hall James T., assistant Bryant's Commercial College. 

Hall Lytel, pump maker, Delaware, near Washington, res. 
192 S. Tennessee. 

HALL REGINALD IL, attorney, 24J E. Washington, up 
stairs, res. 53 N. xMeridian. 

Hallahan Jeremiah, laborer, Elizabeth, bt. Blake and Dun- 
lop. 

Ilally John, moulder Washington Foundry. 

Ilalpin M. H., compositor Journal office. 

Hasted H. C, turner Osgood, Smith & Co., res. 108 E. 
McCarty. 

Hamer George S., Western Exchange office, 22 Louisiana. 



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Hamil B., marble polisher W. A. Keys. 

Hamilton A. E., tailor, res. 25 Hosbrook. 

Hamilton C, laborer, 157 W. Maryland. 

Hamilton Francis W., deputy county auditor, office Court 

House. 
HAMILTON JOHN W., attorney and librarian of Marion 

county library, office Court House. 
Hamilton Simon, laborer, 46 N. Noble. 
Hamilton Wm. H. H., bookbinder Sheets & Braden, bds. 

4f N. New Jersey. 
Hammel Bernard, laborer, res. 67 N. West. 
Hammel Daniel J., tailor, res. 133 Blake. 
Hammel John, laborer, res. N. Mississippi, W. side, bt. 

Fourth and Fifth. 
HAMMOND A. A., Lieutenant Governor of the State of 

Lidiana, bds. Bates House. 
Hammond W. P., compositor Daily Citizen. 
Hand Adolphos, bricklayer, 69 Madison ave. 
Hand Mary A., dressmaker, res. 11 Indiana ave. 
Hand Thomas B., hatter, res. 11 Indiana ave. 
Hanegan Michael, machinist City Foundry. 
Hanf Henry, employee B. R. R. shop, res. 150 S. New 

Jersey. 
Hanf Valentine, stone mason, 121 N. Noble. 
Hanlin William, clerk W. Moffit, bds. Little's Hotel. 
Hanlin Mrs. Catharine, 63 Kentucky ave. 
Hanna Samuel, bookkeeper, bds. 75 N. Alabama. 
Hannaford Samuel, (Tinsley, Anderson & H.,) res. Cincin- 
nati. 
Hannah Samuel, Secretary & Treasurer Ind. Cent. Railway, 

res. 26 N. Meridian. 
Hannaman Douglass, with Wm. Hannaman. 
HANNAMAN WILLIAM, drugs and medicines, 40 E. 

Washington, res. 2^ miles national road. 
Hanranhan Patrick, saloon and boarding, 188 S. Tennessee. 
Hanryhanse Henry, laborer, 165 S. Tennessee. 
Hansen Charles, grocer, 50 Bluff road, res. same. 
Hanthorn William, clerk H. Babcock. 
HANWAY & RUBUSH, groceries and provisions, 4 E. 

Washington. 
Hanway Samuel, (H. & Rubush,) res. 75 N. New Jersey. 
Harahan John, laborer, 98 E. Maryland. 
Harbison Mrs. Sarah, 70 W. Vermont. 
Hardin E., carpenter, bds. 83 N. Meridian. 



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Harding William, street sprinkler, res. 94 Union. 
Harding William, railroad contractor, res. 126 N. Illinois. 
Hardwick John, carpenter, res. 262 Railroad ave. 
Hargitt William P., compositor Sentinel office. 
HARKNESS JOHN, proprietor Locomotive, res. 77 N. 

Pennsylvania. 
Harlin George, turner, res. 78 N. Tennessee. 
Harmening Christian, groceries and dry goods, 205 S. Del- 
aware, res. same. 
Harmon Peter (H. & Wolff,) bds. Little's Hotel. 
Harmon & Wolff, merchant tailors, 39 W. Washington. 
Harness Solomon, laborer McCord & Wheatley. 
Harvy W. H., machinist Washington Foundry. 
Harper Henry, cooper, Illinois bt. Louisiana and South, res. 

92 Bluff road. 
Harper John L., (Ross & H.) res. 115 N. Illinois. 
Harper Samuel, farmer, 125 Ft. Wayne ave. 
Harpster Richard, engineer B. R. R., res. 157 S. Alabama. 
Harrington Dennis, laborer, 29 Davidson. 
Harrington George H., real estate and patent right agent, 

bds. 35 N. Alabama. 
Harrington Timothy, employee T. H. & R. freight depot, 

res. 149 S. Mississippi. 
Harris Amanda, 85 alley bt. Missouri and West. 
Harris Cyrus, teamster, res. 172 S. Alabama. 
Harris Charles E., pattern maker, bds. 107 W. Ohio. 
Harris Eleazer D., hatter 107 W. Ohio, res. same. 
Harris F., clerk freight forwarder B. R. R. office. 
Harris Isaac, miller Patterson's Mill. 
Harris James, city shoeing shop, 164 S. Delaware, res. 101 

S. New Jersey. 
Harris John, Farmer's and Drover's Hotel, 212, 214 and 

218 W. Washington. 
Harris J., jr., clothes renovator, 24 S. Illinois. 
Harris Josiah, carpenter, res. 76 N. Tennessee. 
HARRIS JOSEPH, tailor and scourer, 38 S. Illinois. 
Harris M., shirt maker, 107 W. Ohio. 
Harris M., (col.,) porter W. W. Roberts. 
Harris Mandy, (col.,) porter Stewart & Bowen. 
Harris Wm., carriage driver Little's Hotel. 
Harris Wm. F., clerk Bellefontaine R. R. depot, 126 E. 

Washington. 
Harrison A.& J. C. S., bankers, 19 E. Washington. 
Harrison Alfred, (A. & J. C. S. H.,) res. 61 N. Meridian. 



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Harrison's Bank, 19 E. Washington. 

HARRISON BENJAMIN, attorney, 30J W. Washington, 
up stairs, res. 110 N. New Jersey. 

Harrison James H., clerk Harrison's Bank. 

Harrison John C. S., (A. & J. C. S. H.,) res. 15 W. Ohio. 

Harrison John B., clerk, bcls. 91 W. Maryland. 

Harrison William M,, clerk State Sentinel office, bds. Pal- 
mer House. 

Hart James, (J. H. & Co.,) res. 18 N. East. 

HART JAMES & Co., grocers and liquor dealers, 84 E. 
Washington. 

Harter John A., foreman tin shop Root, Drake & Co., res. 
71 N. Delaware. 

Harting Frederick, brewer, res. 9 S. Alabama. 

Harting Henry, brewer, res. 16 S. Alabama. 

Hartman Charles, 63 N. New Jersey. 

Hartman Christopher, miller Capital Mills, res. 139 E. 
Ohio. 

Hartman Christian, hostler Oliver W. Johnston. 

Hartman Matthew, plasterer, res. 108 Alabama. 

Hartman Oswald, shoemaker, bds. 188 S. Delaw^are. 

Hartwell Ephraim, clerk Bates House. 

Haskell Thurlow, carpenter, res. 82 W. Maryland. 

Hasket Elijah, pumps, Pearl bt. Meridian and Pennsylva- 
nia. 

Haskins Isaac, carpenter, res. N. Mississippi, west side, bt. 
Fourth and Fifth. 

Haslup Isaiah, foreman B. R, R. shop, res. 221 S. East. 

Hasselman Lewis W., (H. & Vinton,) res. 38 S. Meridian. 

HASSELMAN & VINTON, Washington Foundry, Meri- 
dian, opposite Union Depot. 

Hasser Charles, carpenter Washington Foundry. 

Hassey Thomas, grocer, res. 30 S. West. 

Hastings Edwin L., foreman J. Fahnestock, bds. Macy 
House. 

Hatch Wm. T., manufacturer of fire kindlers, 198 N. New 
Jersey. 

Hathaway Henry, drayman, 123 Davidson. 

Hauck Jacob, hostler Wood & Foudray. 

Hauk Warren J., painter Staats & English, bds. 53 Massa- 
chusetts ave. 

Haueisen Frederick, porter Bates House. 

Haueisen Wm., clerk Klotz & Pfafflin. 

Haufler John, currier Yandes & Co., res. 208 Alabama. 



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Haugh Benjamin F., foreman Williamson & Haugh, res, 

164 N. Pennsylvania. 
Hangli Emanuel, (Williamson & H.,) res. 16 E. Vermont. 
Haugh Joseph R., in Fletcher's Bank, bds. A. Haugh. 
HAUGHEY THEODORE P., secretary, treasurer and gen- 
eral ticket agent, Peru R. R. office at depot, res. 100 N. 

Pennsylvania. 
Haupt Robert, tailor, res. 209 Alabama. 
Hauschan William, carpenter Washington Foundry. 
Hausman Mrs., res. west side N. Meridian, N. of Second. 
Hausmann Henry, importer and dealer in fancy goods, 38 

W. Washington, bds. Palmer House. 
Havens Mrs. Susan, res. 142 E. McCarty. 
Harverstick George T., (Allen & H.) bds. Palmer House. 
Hawes Milo, gunsmith, 6 N. Meridian. 
HAWES G. W., publisher Indiana State Gazetteer, offica 

Sentinel buildings. 
Hawk W. B., (Hunt, Smith & Co.,) res. 103 S. Alabama. 
Hawn Jacob, tailor E. G. Ward. 
HAWTHORN & BUCHANAN, importers of queensware, 

177 B. Washington. 
Hawthorn Charles E., (H. & B,,) res. 177 E. Washington. 
HAY DAVID B., independent detective police, bds. Tre- 

mont House. 
Hayes Adam, tailor, 118 N. Mississippi. 
Hays B. S., (H. & Runnion,) res. 66 N. Illinois. 
HAYS & RUNNION, Capital Picture Gallery, 321 E. 

Washington, up stairs. 
Hayden's Commercial College, S. W. cor. Washington and 

Meridian, third floor. 
Hayden James C, principal Commercial College, bds. Mrs. 

Kinder. 
Haynes Henry, apprentice Philip Haynes. 
Haynes James H., millwright, res. 57 S. New Jersey. 
Haynes Lewis, agent G. T. Browning. 
Haynes Philip, confectioner and baker, 8 S. Meridian, res. 

same. 
Haynes Wm., apprentice Journal office. 
Hayward Albert, carpenter, bds. 52 S. Delaware. 
Hayward Charles B., clerk Daily Citizen. 
Ilazen J. W. L., carpenter Washington Foundry. 
Healy wid. Jesse, 11 Alabama. 
Heatlie Mrs. Sarah, res. 95 S. Alabama. 
Ileaton Wm., JeflFersonville R. R., bds. American House. 



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Heddinger Sebastian, cooper, res. 45 E. Georgia. 

Hedges Alex., mail clerk Sentinel office. 

Hedges Isaac L., clerk Stewart & Bowen. 

Hedge Alanson, conductor express freight B. R. R., res. 225 

S. Delaware. 
Heidenreich C, saloon, 194 E. Washington. 
Heider Julius, carpenter, bds. Lonbines, Washington. 
HEIDLINGER JOHN A., cigars and tobacco, 10 N. Illi- 
nois, res. 11 Circle. 
Heindbaugh Frederick, cooper, bds. 147 S. Tennessee. 
Heinbaugh Joseph, laborer, res. 44 S. East. 
Heinboke Philip, express driver, bds. 30 Kentucky ave. 
Heine Henry, bootmaker A. Knodle & Son. 
Ileiner Anthony, laborer 34 S. Noble. 
Heiner John, bds. 100 Virginia ave. 
Heininger George, laborer, 51 St. Joseph. 
Heinrichs Charles, grocer, 61 Madison ave., res. same. 
Heinrich John, laborer, 63 St. Mary. 
Heira John, E. Washington, near limits. 
Heiser Henry, plasterer, res. 177 R. R. 
Heigss Sebastian, wood sawyer, 39 W. Vermont. 
Heitkam Charles, varnisher J. Ott. 
Heitkam George, tailor J. & P. Gramling. 
Heizer Edward, 243 N. New Jersey. 
Heley Oliver, engineer Daily Citizen. 
Helfmann Jacob, baker, 165 S. Delaware, res. same. 
Helm Adam, carpenter, res. 62 N. Noble. 
Helm Henry, stone mason, E. Washington, bt. Benton and 

Cady. 
Help Christian, machinist, res. Noble. 
Helwig Charles, carpenter, 113 E. Ohio. 
Hemmerling John, porter J. Lindley. 
Hemming Frederick, barber Wright House. 
HENDERSON WILLIAM, attorney and insurance agent, 

cor. Washington and Meridian, up stairs, res. 162 N. 

Illinois. 
Hendrickson Andrew, engineer City Foundry, res. 298 S. 

Noble. 
Henkle W. D., editor Indiana School Journal. 
Hennesse Daniel, laborer Lafayette & Indianapolis R. R. 

depot. 
Henning Frederick, (H. & Weinberger,) bds. VVright House. 
HENNING & WEINBERGER, hair dressers, 12 N. Illi- 



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Henninger Edward, clerk A. Rosenthal, bds. 76 N. Missis- 
sippi. 

Henninger Gustavus, tobacconist, bds. 76 N. Mississippi. 

Henninger Richard, publisher of Free Press, oflfice 66| E. 
Washington, res. 76 N. Mississippi. 

Henry George, laborer, 226 N. New Jersey. 

Henry Louden, laborer, 182 S. East. 

Henry Robert, carpenter, 17 E. Georgia. 

Hensey Daniel, laborer, 65 Bright. 

Henschen William, carpenter, res. 139 S. Alabama. 

Herbst Frederick, saloon, 238 Massachusetts ave. 

HERALD AND ERA, Williamson & Lee editors, 66^ E. 
Washington. 

Herberger John, employee Washington Foundry. 

Hereth John C, (Hinesley & H.) res. 29 N. Noble. 

Hereth John H., carpenter, res. 31 N. Noble. 

Hereth Lewis, 181 E. Vermont. 

Hereth Peter, carpenter, res. 74 S. East. 

Heringlacke Charles, shoemaker, 11 Liberty, res. 9 Lib- 
. erty. 

Hermann Jacob, bar tender, Washington Hall. 

Hermann John, cabinet maker Spiegel, Thoms & Co., 

Herrmann & Gruenstein, undertakers 112 E. Market. 

Herrmann Jacob, (H. & Gruenstein,) res. 112 E. Market. 

Herrmann John, bar tender C. Schaffer. 

Herron William, brickmaker, bds. 131 E. jAlarket. 

Hesse George H., (Myers & H.,) Alabama, near Mad. depot. 

Hervey James C, book agent, 69 N. Mississippi. 

Hesse Henry, shoemaker H. Koch. 

Hess Mrs. Fanny, 68 E. Market. 

Hess Frederick, laborer, 68 W. Ohio. 

Hess Peter, waiter California House. 

Hester Rev. Francis A., (Methodist Episcopal,) res. 104 
Virginia ave. 

Hetherington Benjamin F., machinist, res. 91 Bates. 

Hetherington Christopher, machinist, res. 253 S. Delaware. 

Hetselgesser Samuel, flour dealer, 148 S. Illinois. 

Hiatt James, stone cutter, res. 166 S. Alabama. 

Hiatt James M., carpenter City Foundry. 

Hiatt John, laborer, 28 Forest ave. 

Hiatt John, coal agent, res. 138 N. Illinois. 

Hiatt Wiley, brakeman T. H &. R. R. R., res. 227 S. Ala- 
bama. 

Hickey Jeffrey, tailor Dessar & Bros., res. 80 W. Vermont. 



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Hickman Christopher, brick maker, res. 250 Railroad ave. 
Hickman Samuel, driver Wright House. 
Hidey W., tinner L. D, Goldsberry, bds. C. Johns. 
Hiebner Jacob, (Dietz & H.,) res. 278 E. Washington.^ 
Hielscher Theodore, editor Indiana Free Press, QG^ E. 

Washington. 
Hiemenschneider H., shoemaker, 179 E. Washington. 
Highhouse Rev. Max, (Methodist,) res. 122 E Ohio. 
Highland Conly, cabinet maker, res. 182 S. Pennsylvania. 
Higgert Robert, currier Mooneys & Co. 
Higgert Wm., laborer, res. 122 Blake. 
Higgins Jesse, res. 88 N. New Jersey. 
Higgins John, laborer, bds. 27 Ellsworth. 
Higgins Wm. B., silver plater, bds. Macy House. 
Hild Augustus, laborer, 71 St. Mary. 
Hildebrand Jacob S., bookkeeper J. H. Vajen, bds. C. Bar- 

nitz. 
Hildebrand Henrich, carpenter, res. 97 Fort Wayne ave. 
Hilgemann William, chair maker Myers & Hesse, bds. Pat- 

tison House. 
Hilgenberg C. H., butcher, res. 127 N. Delaware. 
Hilginier Herman, shoemaker H. Kallmeyer. 
Hill Charles A., law student Newcomb & Tarkington. 
Hill Franklin, laborer, bds. 186 N. Tennessee. 
Hill George W., (col.,) cook, res. 105 W. North. 
Hill George W., saw mill, cor. East and Georgia, res. 68 S. 

East. 
HILL REV. JAMES, (Methodist,) res. 2 Circle. 
Hill James W., (H. & Spotts,) res. 114 N. Alabama. 
Hill Rev. John, pastor North Street Methodist Church, bds. 

143 N. Pennsylvania. 
Hill John F., nurseryman, res. 38 N. Alabama. 
Hill Robert, clerk P. & I. R. R. depot. 
Hill Robert, stone cutter, bds. 52 S. Delaware. 
Hill & Spotts, grocers, 81 E. Washington. 
HILk T. P., hats caps and furs, 30 W. Washington, bds. 16 

S. Illino.^s. 
Hill William 0., clerk A. B. Willard & Co. 
Hiller J. A., saloon, 168 E. Washington. 
Hillman Charles, employee Washington Foundry. 
Hillman Christopher, laborer, res. Walter. 
Hillman Frank, moulder Washington Foundry. 
Hillman Frederick H., laborer Peru & Indianapolis R. R. 

depot. 



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Hillman John, clerk, res. 121 Bluff road. 

Hillman William, blacksmith, 306 Virginia ave., res. 310 
Virginia ave. 

Hilt Charles W., bds. Ill N. Illinois. 

Hilt Franklin L., (Kain & H.,) bds. 99 W. Maryland. 

Hilton wid. VVilliam, 25 N. Alabama. 

Himbag & Co., coopers, 10 Liberty. 

Himbag Fred., (H. & Co.,) res. near Union Depot. 

Hime Charles, sexton German church, Ohio, res. back. 

Hinckley D. J., clerk Bellefontaine R. R. ofBce. 

Hinckle W. D., res. 84 Massachusetts ave. 

Hinde Edward, clerk P. J. Hinde, bds. Little's Hotel. 

Hinde Patrick J., grocer, 158 E. Washington, and 84 E. 
Market. 

Hinds Jesse, brick mason, 124 E. Market. 

Hines Cyrus C, (Yandes & H.,) res. 152 N. Pennsylvania. 

Hine Louis, butcher, res. alley bt. Missouri and West, S. of 
Ohio. 

Hinesley Andrew J., (H. & Hereth,) res. 119 Massachu- 
setts ave." 

HINESLEY & HERETH, saddles and harness, 31 W. 
Washington. 

Hinton James, carpenter, 58 Indiana ave. 

Histner Andrew, laborer, res. 186 S. Delaware 

HITCHCOCK A., secret police, res. 119 N. Alabama. 

Hitcomb John, 160 E. New York. 

Hitcomb John, carpenter, 16 E. New York. 

Hites Louis, striker Lawrenceburgh shop, res. 17 E. Geor- 
gia. 

Hobbs Abner, (H. & Pierson,) res. 10 N. Mississippi. 

Hobbs & Pierson, real estate agents, 86 E. Washington. 

Hodgson Isaac, architect, N. W. cor. Meridian and Wash- 
ington, up stairs, res. 185 N. Meridian. 

Hoefgen Samuel B., clerk Oliver W. Johnston. 

Hoelke Louisa, res. 197 N. Illinois. 

Hoereth George, carpenter, res. 127 N. East. 

Hofferbett William, laborer, 71 Bright. 

Hoffmann Edward, cap maker, Lindemuth & Rosenberg. 

Hoffman Henry, tanner, res. 15 S. Alabama. 

Hoffman Louis, carpenter, res. 155 Railroad. 

Hoffman Michael, blacksmith, res. 63 Bluff road. 

Hoffman Valentine, laborer, res. 68 S. Noble. 

Hoffman William, cabinet maker J. Ott. 

Hoffman , huckster, res. 42 Bluff road. 



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Hofmeister Christian, tailor Dessar & Bros. 

Hofmeister Nicholas, shoemaker, 93 E. Washington. 

Hoffner Samuel, 132 E. Market. 

HoaglanJ Miss M., dressmaker, 5 N. Meridian. 

Hogle Henry, stone mason, res. Mississippi, west side 
Fifth and Sixth. 

Hohl Christian, (Buscher & II.) res. E. Market. 

Hoil George, plasterer, 149 Liberty. 

Holbrook Thomas E.. (McCord & II.) res. 77 N. Alabama. 

Hold Christopher, saloon, res. 93 E. Market. 

Holle Theodore, shoemaker, res. 238 Railroad ave. 

Holley Jacob, moulder, res. 40 ilosbrook. 

Holler John Philip, res. 213 N. Noble. 

Holler Philip, stone mason, 218 N. Noble. 

Holler Philip, res. 117 N. Noble. 

Holland Edward, runner Temperance House. 

Holland John, shoemaker Edgar & Freeman. 

Holland J. E., clerk S. J. Holland. 

Holland John, carpenter, 35 E. Market. 

HOLLAND JOHN W., wholesale grocer, 72 E. Washing- 
ton, res. 58 N. Pennsylvania. 

Holland Mrs. Mary, dress maker, UN. New Jersey. 

Holland S. J., grocer, 88 E. Washington, res. 8 E. Michi- 
gan. 

Holland T. F., bookkeeper J. W. Holland, bds. Bates 
House. 

HOLLIDAY ADAM, local agent Bellefontaine R. R. de- 
pot, res. 59 N. Meridian. 

Holliday Rev. F. C, presiding elder Asbury Chapel, res. 
117 E. Ohio. 

Holliday Samuel, 118 N. Meridian. 

Holliday Rev. Wm. A., res. 102 Alabama. 

Holliday AVm. J., (Murphy & H.,) res. 85 N. Meridian. 

HOLLOWAY C. B., loan office, 15 W. Washington, second 
floor, res. 9 S. Mississippi, 

Holloway E. B., proprietor American House. 

Holman George G., dry goods, 3 Odd Fellows' Flail, res. 60 
N. Pennsylvania. 

Holman James R., salesman, res. 60 Pennsylvania. 

Holman J. W., bds. Palmer House. 

Holmes Henry, plasterer, 4 N. New Jersey. 

Holmes Jonathan, 141 N. Meridian. 

Holt Joshua F., clerk post office, res. East. 

Holzer John, driver A. Metz-j-er. 



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Iloman Jeremiah, hatter, res. 46 Peru. 

Homburg A., clerk H. Hausman, bds. Macy House. 

HOMBURG KUXRADIN, M. D., 24| E. Washington, up 

stairs, res. Kil N. Illinois. 
Hoofman H., blacksmith Washington Foundry. 
Hoofman Michael, blacksmith Washington Foundry. 
Hook Henry, carpenter F. Dickman & Co. 
Hooker E. M. B., compositor Sentinel oflEice. 
Hooker Henry, assistant Terre Haute & Richmond R. R. 

depot, res. 75 W. South. 
Hooker James, R. R. agent, res. 75 W. South. 
Hool Benj., coach and car painter, 51 Liberty. 
Hooshour Samuel K., president North-western Christian 

University. 
Hoover Andrew, blacksmith Vanblaricum & Forshee. 
Hoppe George, saloon, 81 S. Meridian, res. same. 
Hopkins Isaac H., passenger agent, Bellefontaine R. 

res. 60 S. Illinois. 
Horn Henry J., merchant, res. 42 N. Mississsippi. 
Horn William, baker, 181 E. Washington, res. same. 
Horton J. C, Avatchmaker, S. H. Daumont, bds. Macy 

House. 
Horton R., brakeman I. & C. R. R., bds. 89 S. East. 
Hosbrook Bates, surveyor, 108 N. Mississippi. 
Hosbrook Daniel B., res. 108 N. Mississippi. 
Hosford Edwin K, carpenter, res. N. Illinois, W. side, bt. 

First and Second. 
Hoskinson Josiah, engineer T. H. & R. R. R., res. 138 E. 

McCarty. 
Hoskins Robert, teamster, 160 E. Ohio. 
Hoss David, brickmaker, res. 350 Virginia ave. 
Hoss George W., Prof. Mathematics N. VV. C. University. 
Hossfeld Charles, clerk J. Mueller. 
Ilottendorff Henry, tailor bds. 144 E. Washington. 
Hotz George, tailor and renovator, 59 S. Illinois, bds. Far- 
mers' Hotel. 
Houser Ephraim, conductor I. & C. R. R. 
Houston James, carpenter, 9 Chatham. 
Houzlot Peter, stone mason, 169 N. Noble. 
Howard Alexander C, publisher, res. 94 Fort Wayne ave. 
Howard Charles O., watchmaker E. J. Baldwin & Co. 
HOWARD E. & SON., CANCER DOCTORS, 52 S. Illi- 

nois. 
Howard Henry, carpenter, res. 194 E. St. Clair. 



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Howard Mrs. Margaret, 45 S. East. 
Howard John, clerk Wright House. 
Howel Richard, brakeman I. & L. R. R., bds. 26 Michigan 

ave. 
Howland James C, bds. Little's Hotel. 
Howland John D., (Barbour & H.,) res. 128 N. Illinois. 
Howland Lewis, salesman J. Carter & Co., bds. 64 N. 

Pennsylvania. 
Howland Livingston, studying law Barbour & Howland, 

bds. 128 N. Illinois. 
Hoyt Benjamin T., principal Indiana Female College, bds. 

14 N. Meridian. 
Hoyt Mrs. Harriet, variety store, 52 S. Delaware. 
Hubbard William S., (Walker & H.,) res. 9 Circle. 
Hubbard Samuel N., last turner, res. 149 S. Tennessee. 
Huber Jacob, baker A. Metzger. 
Hubbs Benjamin, conductor T. H. & R. R. R., bds. Bates 

House. 
Huck Joseph, driver Palmer House. 
Huffman Casper, res. 224 N. Alabama. 
Huff John E., confectioner, 76 E. Washington, res. same. 
HUG MARTIN, Capital Saloon, 14 E. Washington, res. 

45 N. New Jersey. 
Huggins VVm. H., brickmaker, 59 Hosbrook. 
Hughey William, 86 E. Louisiana. 
Hugo Charles, plasterer, 33 N. Noble. 
Hugo Henry, plasterer, 249 S. East. 
Hulings J. P., painter, S. Pennsylvania near Journal office, 

res. E. Washington near limits. 
Hull William, farmer, res. N. Tennessee, east side, bt. Fifth 

and Sixth. 
Hume James M., (H. A. Fletcher & Co.,) bds. E. N. Lord. 
Hume Newton, clerk H. A. Fletcher & Co. 
Humphrey Byron, apprentice C. G. French, bds. Little's 

Hotel. 
Humphrey James W., grocer, 82 N. Noble, res. same. 
Hunt A. L., (Wallingford & H.,) 61 E. Washington. 
Hunt Andrew ]\l., Capital Mills, cor. Market & Canal, res. 

Sioux City, Iowa. 
HUNT CHARLES C, cigars and tobacco, 105 E. Wash- 
ington, res. same. 
Hunt D. B., book agent, res. 91 Virginia ave. 
Hunt Jacob, cigar maker G. F. Meyer. 
Hunt Jesse, grocer, 216 E. Washington. 



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Hunt Mrs. Julia A., 6 Circle. 

Hunt John C, merchant, res. 94 N. Illinois. 

Hunt N. T. & T. E., sugar mills, &c., 85 W. Washington. 

Hunt Xathan T., (N. T. & T. E. H.,) res. 98 N. West. 

Hunt Phineas G. C., manager Capital Mills, res. 155 N. 
Illinois. 

Hunt Solomon, (H. Smith & Co.,) res. 127 N. Alabama. 

Hunt Thomas E., (N. T. & T. E. H.,) res. 100 W. Michi- 
gan. 

Hunter Ralph, mechanic, 84 Indiana ave. 

Hurd Daniel B., boarding, 26 Michigan ave. 

Hurrly Ignatz, tailor, 7 R. R. 

Hurley Michael, assistant fireman gas works. 

Hurley Patrick, laborer, 73 Bright. 

Hussey John, laborer, 22 alley bt. S. East and S. Liberty. 

Husslinger L., blacksmith Washington Foundry. 

Huston Cephas B., salesman Root, Drake & Co. 

Huston Cornelius, horse dealer, bds. American Hotel. 

Huston George, laborer, 183 N. New Jersey. 

Huston Hamilton, cabinet maker, 21 E. Market. 

Hutchins Henry H., clerk, res. 26 Massachusetts ave. 

Hutchinson Charles P., foreman job room State Sentinel 
office, bds. 27 Indiana ave. 

Hutton Mrs. Eliza, res. N. Tennessee, east side, bt. Third 
and Fourth. 

Hutton George, carpenter Byrkit & Beam. 

Hutton John P., clerk Little's Hotel. 

Hutton Thomas, 59 W. New York. 

Hyde Abner R., (Littles, Eklridge & Co.,) Little's Hotel. 

Hyde Thomas V., carpenter, res. 51 N. East. 

Hyland James, bricklayer, 148 N. East. 

Hyland Michael, bricklayer, 97 Massachusetts ave. 



Idler Clinton, foreman Terre Haute & Richmond R. R. 
* shop, res. 77 N. Mississippi. 
Igoe M., attorney, 68 E. AVashington. 
Iliff Richard, 37 N. Alabama. 

IMBERY AUGUSTUS, St. Charles Saloon, 37 E. Wash- 
ington. 
Imes Solomon, 98 N. Meridian. 
Ince Joseph, shoemaker, 176 Massachusetts ave. 



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INDIANA CENTRAL DEPOT, Delaware bt. Georgia and 
Louisiana. 

INDIANA FEMALE COLLEGE, (Methodist,) No. 16 N* 
Meridian. 

INDIANA FREIE PRESSE, (German,) R. Henninger, 
proprietor, Theodore Hielscher, editor, 66 E. Wash- 
ington. 

Indiana & Illinois Central Railway office, 8 Blake's build- 
ing, second floor. 

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, Bingham & Doughty, 
proprietors, 16, 18 and 20 E. Washington. 

Indiana State Arsenal, Delaware, bt. Washington and Market. 

INDIANA VOLKSBLATT, (German,) J. Boetticher, pro- 
prietor, Adolph Seidensticker, editor, office 130 E. 
Washington. 

Indianapolis and Cincinnati Railroad office, cor. Delaware 
and Louisiana. 

INDIANAPOLIS CAR WORKS, Bellefontaine road, head 
of Massachusetts ave. 

INDIANAPOLIS DAILY CITIZEN, Cameron & McNeely, 
proprietors, 17 S. Meridian. 

Indianapolis Daily and Weekly Journal, published by the 
Indianapolis Journal Company, office 8 S. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

INDIANAPOLIS GAS LIGHT AND COKE CO., cor. 
Pennnsylvania and Louisiana, office cor. Meridian and 
Washington. 

INDIANAPOLIS INSURANCE CO., 14 S. Meridian, up 

INDIANAPOLIS LIFE INSURANCE CO., office 14 S. 

Meridian, Geo. B. Covington agent. 
Indianapolis Rolling Mill Co., office 1 Blake's building, cor. 

Washington and Illinois. 
Indicttt Rev. John W., (Methodist Episcopal,) res. 86 alley 

bt. Missouri and West. 
Ingersoll Frank, turner Sloan & Ingersoll. 
IngersoU Henry, (Sloan & I.) res. 152 S. New Jersey. 
Irick W. H., 156 N. New Jersey. 
Irwin Joseph, tinner, 137 E. Washington. 
Irwin Joseph D., 217 S. Alabama. 
Irwin Mrs. Rachel D., 217 S. Alabama. 
Isgrigg James, carpenter, res. west side N. Illinois, bt. Fifth 

and Sixth. 



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Iske Christian, blacksmith, res. 344 Virginia ave. 

Israel John, turner Spiegel, Thorns & Co., bds. Pennsylva- 
nia House. 

Ittenbach Geo. & Co., groceries and provisions, 180 S. Del- 
aware. 

Ittenbach Frank, (G. Ittenbach & Co.,) bds. 180 S. Dela- 
ware. 

Ittenbach Gerard, (G. Ittenbach & Co.,) res. 180 S. Dela- 
ware. 



Jacobs Mrs. Elizabeth, res. 12 Huron. 

Jacobs Valentine, marble agent, res. 106 N. Tennessee. 

Jackson William N., ticket agent Union depot, bds. 50 8. 
Meridian. 

Jackson Mrs. Elizabeth, res. 70 S. East. 

Jaeser John, plasterer, 152 N. Liberty. 

James John, employee Patterson's Mill, res. Water, opp. 
Mill. 

Jameson Alexander C, student, bds. 97 W. South. 

Jameson James M., City Treasurer, office Odd Fellows' 
Hall, res. 74 N. Illinois. 

Jameson Rev. Love, (Christian,) res. 97 W. South. 

JAMESON P. H., M. D., 5 S. Meridian, res. 51 N. Ala- 
bama. 

Jay Mrs. Stacy, plain sewer, 7 Pearl. 

Jefferson Henry, 69 Spring. 

Jefferson House, John Deisler proprietor, 31 E. South. 

Jefferson Robert, carpenter, 37 Minerva. 

Jeffersonville R. R., freight office, 43 E. South, J. G. Whit- 
comb, agent. 

Jeffy Mrs. Mary, 165 W. Washington. 

Jenison George M., apprentice W. H. Talbott & Co. 

Jenison Mrs. Harriet T., res. 7 W. Ohio. 

Jemison John A., watchmaker T. Zumbusch. 

Jenkins E. W., clerk McCord & Holbrook, res. 70 N. Ala- 
bama. 

Jenkins Ebenezer, painter, rear of Bates House, res. 110 
N. Missouri. 

Jenkins Miss E., dress maker, 77 W. Washington, up stairs. 

Jenkins George W., Avlieat buyer Bates' City Mills, bds. R. 
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Jenkins Jolin, moulder, res. 103 S. New Jersey. 
Jenkins John M., miller Bates' City Mills, bds. R. P. Fin- 
ney. 
Jennings George, compositor Sentinel office, res. 46 Indiana 

ave. 
Jennings Thomas M., res. 152 N. Tennessee. 
Jennings William T., tinner R. L. & A. W. McOuat. 
Joachimi Augustus, candle maker, res. 93 W. Maryland. 
John Charles, boarding, 199 E. Washington. 
Johns Spicer, bridge builder, bds. 83 N. Meridian. 
Johnson Aaron, huckster, res. 148 E. McCarty. 
JOHNSON BENJAMIN F., manager Uncle Sam saloon, 

19 N. Illinois. 
Johnson Mrs. Ellen, res. Water. 
JOHNSON GEORGE H., hardware and cutlery, 12 W. 

Washington, bds. George Simons. 
Johnson George W., 19 W. Georgia. 
Johnson Henry S., butcher, 187 E. Washington. 
Johnson Hiram, laborer, 33 Liberty. 
Johnson James, hostler, 28 S. Pennsylvania. 
Johnson John W., (Griffin & J.,) res. 5 Kentucky ave. 
Johnson John S., tinner, 86 E. Vermont. 
Johnson Milton, clerk W. N. Spinney. 
Johnson O. W., binck vard, South bt. East and Noble. 
Johnson Philip A., carpenter, cor. Arch and Broadway. 
Johnson William W., compositor Sentinel office, res. 112 E. 

Vermont. 
Johnson Wm., farmer, res. 160 Blake. 
Johnston George H., res. N. Illinois, E. side, bt. Second 

and Third. 
Johnston Hubbard, salesman, bds. 143 N. Pennsylvania. 
JOHNSTON Dr. J. F., dentist, office 11 W. Maryland, res. 

same. 
Johnston James, laborer, bds. 241 Indiana ave. 
Johnston McKiney L., painter, res. 184 N. East. 
Johnston Oliver W., livery, feed and sale stable, 18 E. 

Maryland, res. 172 E. South. 
Johnston Mrs. Phoebe, boarding, 128 Alabama. 
Johnston Samuel A., Isookkeeper J. A. Vinnedge, res. E. 

Vermont. 
Johnston W., dentist, 20 N. Meridian. 
Johnston W. J., (Munson & J.,) res. E. New York. 
Jolley Joseph A., car builder, res. 184 N. Delaware. 
Jollor John, laborer, 11 Lord. 



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JONES AQUILLA, Treasurer of State, 13 McOuat's block, 

res. 79 N. Pennsylvania. 
Jones Barton D., local editor Indianapolis Journal, bds. 

American House. 
Jones David, teamster, res. 169 W. Vermont. 
Jones Fleming, farmer, res. N. Illinois, south side, bt. Sixth 

and Seventh. 
Jones Fleming J., broom maker, bds. F. Jones. 
Jon3s Isaiah, (col.) grocer, 121 Indiana ave. 
Jones Jesse, County Treasurer, office court house, res. 106 

]Sr. Illinois. 
Jones James B., 83 N. New Jersey. 
Jones John, deputy Treasurer of State, with A. Jones. 
Jones John W., plasterer, res. 69 Bluff road. 
Jones John W., clerk T. II. depot, bds. 109 Virginia ave. 
Jones John L., engineer, 154 E. New York. 
Jones Lewis, harness maker Hinesley & Hereth. 
Jones Mrs. Mary, res. 154 W. Vermont. 
Jones Nathan, conductor T. II. &: R. R. R., res. 137 E. 

South. 
JONES W. & CO., wholesale and retail grocers, 29 and 31 

S. Meridian. 
Jones Wm. H., res. 115 VV". Maryland. 
Jonef^ William T., (Osgood, Smith & Co.,) 9 Fletcher's ave. 
J ^ Wilson, (W. J. & Co.,) res. Milton, Ind. 
(Tones Wilson, employee, I. & C. R. R., res. 245 S. Penn- 
sylvania. 
Jordan Gillmore, book agent, res. 16 S. West. 
Jordan James, (J. & T. J.,) bds. Tremont House. 
Jordan J. & T., coal dealers, E. South, bt. Pennsylvania 

and Delaware. 
Jordan John P., salesman G. G. Holman. 
Jordan Joseph, farmer, res. 133 Bluff road. 
Jordan Samuel, tailor, 157 S. Mississippi. 
Jorion Jean Nicolas, carpenter, res. 36 Peru. 
Jose Albert, cabinet maker N. Jose. 
Jose Nicholai, furniture, 21 S. JMeridian. 
Joseph Abraham, salesman M. Woolf, bds. A. Franco. 
Judge James, laborer, 127 W. South. 
JUDSON CURTIS, superintendent Bates House. 
Judson Charles E,, clerk Bates House. 
JUDSON WILLIAM, proprietor Bates House, res. 11 S. 

Mississippi. 
Jukes Israel, 1 2 W. McCarty. 



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Kabert Frederick, shoemaker, 21 Railroad. 

Kaden Miss, school teacher, res. 20 Elm. 

Kael Conrad, pump maker, res. 68 N. Noble. 

Kaeppel J., school teacher, res. 188 E. Ohio. 

Kahle Samuel, cabinet maker, 49 N. New Jersey. 

Kahlen Andrew J., boot maker, 91 St. Joseph. 

Kahler William, laborer, 69 N. Noble. 

Kahn Ernst, tailor McCriqui, bds. M. Criqui. 

Kahn Jacob, salesman Meyer & Brother. 

Kaho Michael, head waiter American House. 

Kahres Martin, cabinet maker Spiegel, Thoms & Co., 

Kain Franklin M., (Kain & Hilt,) res. 99 W. Maryland. 

KAIN & HILT, iron railing manufacjturers, 36 Kentucky 

ave. 
Kairn John, laborer, 31 Davidson. 
Kalb Philip, laborer, 65 St. Mary. 
Kalisch Benjamin, dyeing and scouring, 11 N. Illinois, res. 

same. 
Kallmayer Henry, shoemaker, 155 S. Alabama. 
Kampman M., laborer, 58 Massachusetts ave., 
Kane Dennis, blacksmith, 88 E. Georgia. 
Kane Patrick, machinist Washington Foundry. 
Kanzelmeyer William, barkeeper National Saloon. 
Karin Daniel, grocer, 84 Pine, cor. S. Noble, res. same. 
Karkof Frederick, brick maker, 115 Union. 
Karle Christian, shoe dealer, 79 E. Washington. 
Karle Joseph, shoemaker, 33 E. South, res. same. 
Karle Joseph, saloon keeper, 33 E. South. 
Kassey John, blacksmith City Foundry. 
Kautt George, shoemaker J. K. Sharpe. 
Keating Jeffrey, laborer, 318 S. Delaware. 
Keehn Samuel H., clerk Philip Haynes. 
Keely Alfred, bricklayer, 177 N. Noble. 
Keely Daniel, bricklayer, 124 E. Ohio. 
Keely Mrs. Francis, 184 E. Vermont. 
KEELY ISAAC I., M. D., alopathy, 6 E. Michigan. 
Keely John S., brick mason, 48 N. East. 
Keely Oliver, bricklayer, 159 E. Ohio. 
Keely William H., (Spencer & K.,) res. 163 E. Ohio. 
Keely Wm., sen., carpenter, 62 E. Michigan. 



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Keene Albert, compositor Locomotive office. 
Keenan Thomas, laborer, 61 S. Noble. 
Kehman Henry, employee Bellefontaine depot, res. 25 Har- 
rison. 
Kein Patrick, yardman Palmer House. 
Keim Valentine, bds. Geo. Miller. 
Kekar Mrs. Sophia, 186 N. New Jersey. 
Kelesch Martin, brick maker, res. S. end Railroad ave. 

Kelly Miss Ann, milliner, 7 N. Meridian. 

Kelly Mrs., 134 N. East. 

Kelly Elijah, laborer, res. N. Mississippi, west side, bt. 
Second and Third. 

Kelly James, huckster, res. 66 Bluff road. 

Kelly Mathew, steward American House, res. 101 S. Ten- 
nessee. 

Kelly Patrick, laborer, 168 E. Ohio. 

Kellogg E. Edgar, carriage trimmer H. R. Gaston. 

Kellogg Henry, 87 N. Meridian. 

KelTogg Newton, tool maker, 23 N. West. 

Kellogg Randolph, carriage painter H. R. Gaston. 

Kemker Charles, (K. & Langenberg,) res. 164 W. Washing- 
ton. 

Kemker & Langenberg, groceries and provisions, 162 W. 
Washington. 

Kemp David, millwright, res. 151 N. West. 

Kemper Henry, carpenter City Foundry. 

Kemper John M,, carpenter, 122 S. New Jersey. 

Kemper William, carpenter City Foundry. 

Kendrick 0. H., (Moffitt & K.,) res. 24 Liberty. 

Kendrick W. H., M. D., office 33 N. East, res. 35 N. 
East. 

Kennedy Lawrence, factotum State House. 

Kennedy James, helper City Foundry. 

Kennedy James H., carpenter, 75 N. Mississippi. 

Kennedy Geo., (col.,) barber, res. 57 W. Georgia. 

Kennedy Peter S., prosecuting attorney of Circuit Court. 

Kenney James, shoemaker, 131 N. Pennsylvania. 

Kenney H. T., tailor, res. W. end Market. 

Kennington John, blacksmith, 124 S. Delaware. 

Kennington Moses, blacksmith, 124 S. Delaware. 

Kennington Robert, blacksmith, res. 108 E. South. 

Kentley William, laborer, bds. 100 S. Pennsylvania. 

Kentzel Edward, bootmaker A. Knodle & Son. 

Kentzel John, boot maker, 8 N. Pennsylvania. 



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Kentzel Joseph S., deputy clerk supreme court, office State 

House, bds. John Kentzel. 
Kepple Joshua, laborer Union depot. 
KETCHAM & COFFIN, attorneys, 45 E. Washington, up 

Ketcham John L., (K. & Coffin,) res. 97 E. Merrill. 

Kettenbach Edward, tinsmith Cottrell & Knight. 

Kettenbach Henry, laborer, 214 N. Noble. 

Kettron Reuben W., carpenter, 192 N. New Jersey. 

Kevel Robert L., tinner, res. 64 E. Louisiana. 

Kevin D. P., grocer, 84 Pine, cor. Noble, res. same. 

KEYS WILLIAM A., marble dealer, 26 S. Meridian, res. 
Georgia W. of Canal. 

Keyser J. N., carpenter Bracken & Ayres. 

Kheen Hiram, clerk J. & J. Bradshaw. 

Kieff Michael, laborer Mills & Mansur. 

Kiefer Jacob, iron turner, bds. 30 Kentucky ave. 

Killinger John, carpenter, 47 N. Noble. 

Kilp Henry, laborer, 98 St. Joseph. 

Kimball Jacob, 246 Railroad ave. 

Kimmel Edward, bricklayer, bds. 150 W. Washington. 

King Cornelius, (Walker & K.) res. 141 N. Mississippi. 

King David, carpenter, 157 N. Mississippi. 

King David, carpenter, res. 218 Indiana ave. 

King Edward, cashier I. P. & C. R. R., office cor. Meridian 
and Louisiana. 

KING- FRANCIS, secretary Masonic Grand Lodge, res. 72 
N. Tennessee. 

King Henry L., messenger Adams Express, bds. Palmer 
House. 

King Peter, moulder Root, Drake & Co., res. 252 S. Dela- 
ware. 

King Robert, teacher, 71 Indiana ave. 

Kingler Charles, locksmith J. Reinhardt. 

Kingsbury John A., clock and watchmaker, res. 181 Massa- 
chusetts ave. 

Kingsley Adrial S., proprietor Patterson House, 

Kinkwood George, fireman I. & C. R. R., res. 99 E. Louis- 
iana. 

Kinnan C. L., compositor Daily Citizen. 

Kinnan Collins, compositor Journal office. 

Kinney James, boot maker, 8 N. Pennsylvania. 

Kinsler Patrick, laborer, Mississippi, west side, bt. Third 
and Fourth. 



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Illinois, res, same, 
res. 67 N. Pennsyl- 



Kirby Jacob, plasterer, 153 W. Michigan. 

Kirby Nahum, engineer B. R.. R., res. 34 E. Louisiana. 

Kirby Z., cooper, res. 15 E. Georgia. 

Kirchner Frederick, leather hand J. Fishback. 

Kirk Mrs. E., milliner and dress maker, 39 N. Pennsylva- 
nia. 

Kirk N., 39 N. Pennsylvania. 

Kirlin James, dry goods and groceries, 36 VV. Washington, 
res. cor. Illinois and First. 

Kisell Frederick, house and sign painter, 53 Liberty. 

Kissell J. W., huckster, res. 105 N.Noble. 

Kiser John, carpenter, 207 N. Tennessee. 

KISTNER ADAM, proprietor California House, 136 S. 
Illinois. 

Kistner Henry, shoemaker, E. South. 

Kistner John G., boots and shoes, 51 S. 

Kitchen John, M. D., 4 P. 0. buildings, 
vania. 

Klapper Charles, tailor, 21 E. Georgia. 

Klazts M., blacksmith City Foundry. 

Klein Andrew, engineer, 96 E. Louisiana. 

Klein Emil, M. D., alopathist, 100 E. New York. 

Klein Frederick, engineer Peru R. R,, res. 47 N. Noble. 

Klein Joseph, clerk J. & .J. Bradshaw. 

Klein Peter, machinist Washington Foundry. 

Klingensmith Israel, (K. & Riley,) bds. Mrs. Ferguson. 

KLINGENSMITH & RILEY, boots and shoes, 53 W. 
Washington. 

Klotz Emil, (K. & Pfafflin,) res. Blinois. 

Klotz John, carpenter, res. 17 W. McCarty. 

KLOTZ & PFAFFLIN, varieties and notions', 29 W.Wash- 
ington. 

Kluber August, cigar maker C. C. Hunt, 

Kluiter Louis, confectioner, 91 E. Washington. 

Knauff Adam, baker 103 W. Washington, res. same. 

Knauss Charles, bar tender Union Hall Saloon. 

Knaus Jacob, boarding, E. Washington, near limits. 

Knaus Louis, baker A. Metzger. 

Knefler Frederick, deputy clerk J. C. New. 

Knefler Nathan, M. D., alopathist, 30 E. Market. 

Kneip John, 160 Liberty. 

Knenrlein John G., laborer, 34 Hosbrook. 

Knepper James S., bricklayer, 67 Spring. 

Knepper John, omnibus driver Little's Hotel. 



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Kniglit A., porter Tremont House. 
Knight Elijah, boarding, 17 and 21 Kentucky ave. 
Knight James, brickmaker, S. Missouri, near Merrill. 
Knight John, (Cottrell & K.,) res. 72 E. Louisiana. 
KNODLE A. & SON, boots and shoes, 32 E. Washington. 
Knodle Adam, (A. K. & Son,) res. 8 Indiana ave. 
Knodle George, (A. K. & Son,) bds. 8 Indiana ave. 
Knotts Nim K., sign and ornamental painter, res. 118 N. 

East. 
Koch Henry, shoemaker 53E. South, res. near Rolling Mill. 
Koch Henry, saloon, Race near McCarty. 
Koch Thomas, laborer Kregelo, Blake & Co. 
Koeniger George, grocer, 60 E. South, res. same. 
Koestle Jacob, baker, 201 E. Washington, res. same. 
Koherer Gottlieb, laborer, 90 St. Joseph. 
Kolb William, boarding, 30 Kentucky ave. 
Konkel John, laborer, 169 Railroad. 
Koontz Peter, tailor Smith & Morgan. 
Kooth William, watchman Washington Foundry. 
Koeler John, laborer, 71 Elm. 
Koring Bernard, brewer, 101 E. Washington. 
Kortepeter Ernst, laborer, res. 180 S. Alabama. 
Kose Thomas, res. 31 Meek. 
Kowen Alexander, bds. 8 Chatham. 
Kowen James, teamster, 25 N. Chatham. 
Kowen William, brickmaker, res. 223 N. New Jersey. 
Kramer Henry, hod carrier, 58 St. Joseph. 
Kramer William, chair maker, res. 59 Union. 
Kraunse Wm., laborer, 46 Ilosbrook. 
KREGELO, BLAKE & CO., planing, sash, doors, &c., on 

Canal and New York. 
Kregelo David, (K., Blake & Co.,) res. 132 N. West. 
Kregelo Jacob, carpenter Kregelo, Blake & Co., res. 40 E. 

St. Clair. 
Kremling Anthony, res. 143 E. Market. 
Krenzer Francis, blacksmith, bds. John Brothers. 
Kretsch Peter, cigar maker Wm. Dietrich. 
Kritzer John, tailor, res. N. Tennessee, W. side, bt. Fourth 

and Fifth. 
Kroeger Charles, tailor Jennings & Dunbar. 
Krom Frederick, laborer, res. 76 Huron. 
Krout Christian, clerk J. A. Bretz. 
Krug G., grocer, 24 E. Georgia, res. same. 
Kruse Christian, carpenter, 9 E. McCarty. 



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Kruse Herman, shoemaker, 199 Alabama. 

Kulilmann Mrs. Christina, res. 47 Bluff road. 

Kuhlmann Ernst H. L., groceries, 187 W. Washington, res. 

same. 
Kuhn Charles, butcher, res. 107 W. Michigan. 
Kuhn Philip, wagon maker, 106 Ft. Wayne ave. 
Kuhn W., baker 181 E. Washington, res. same. 
Kulman William, cigar maker C. ]\l. Raschig. 
Kunler John, jr., carpenter Washington Foundry. 
Kunler John M., sr,, carpenter Washington Foundry. 
Kunz wid. Gustavus, 105 E. Washington, up stairs. 
Kurtz Hilpat, blacksmith, cor. Blake and Indiana ave. 
Kurtz Patrick, blacksmith, 290 Indiana ave. 
Kurzan Joseph, architect, res. 218 N. Illinois. 
Kutemier Charles, carpenter, F. Dickman & Co. 
Kyle James, laborer, 89 S. Tennessee. 
Kyle John, turner, res. 82 N. Tennessee. 



Lace John, engineer, bds. 46 S. Noble. 

Lacy Mrs. Lucy, (col.,) 68 alley bt. Missouri and West. 

Lafayette and Indianapolis R. R. depot Canal, bt. North 

and Walnut. 
Lahr Philip, carpenter, 72 N. Noble. 
Laird Harrison, tinner Charles Cox. 
Laird Robert, tailor, res. 139 Massachusetts ave. 
Laird Wm., bds. 139 Massachusetts ave. 
Lakin Arad S., map agent, 157 N. Pennsylvania. 
Lally Thomas, tailor, 104 N. Mississippi. 
Lamb Charles, fireman I. & L. R. R., bds. Michigan ave. 
Lamb James, engineer Lafayette & Indianapolis R. R., bds. 

26 Michigan ave. 
Lamb L. R., agent G. W. Hawes. 
Lamly Moses, liquor dealer, 28 S. Illinois. 
Lancaster Washington, boots and shoes, 12 S. Illinois, res. 

same. 
Lancinkamp William, coppersmith Cottrell & Knight. 
Landes Jacob, res. 39 W. Maryland. 
Landcs Thomas, laborer, 198 S. Delaware. 
Landis J. M., res. 104 Virginia ave. 
Landis Milton, (col.) fireman Journal ofiice. 



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Landis Milton M., freight agent, T. H. & R. R. R., res. 88 
W. Maryland. 

Landinger Michael, barber, 102 E. Vermont. 

LANDONALBEBTW., card and job printer, 19 E. Wash- 
ington, 4th floor, bds. American House. 

Lane Mrs. E., (col.) cor. Vermont and Delaware. 

Lane James, compositor State Sentinel office. 

Lane James D., carpenter, 39 N. East. 

Lane Mrs. Louisa, res. 65 N. West. 

Lane Uriah, 59 N. East.. 

Lang David, deputy U. S. Marshal, res. 49 W. South. 

Lang Frederick, saloon, 13 E. Washington. 

Lang R., blacksmith Dumont & Sinker. 

Lang W. W., messenger telegraph office. 

Langbein Joseph, groceries and fancy goods, 160 E. Wash- 
ington, res. same. • 

Langenberg Henry H., (Kenker & L.,) res. 162 W. Wash- 
ington. 

Langsdale Joshua M. W., township trustee, office court 
house. 

Langton Jesse, turner S. Riggs. 

Lanley Jacob, res. 35 N. Meridian. 

Lanz Christian, laborer, 115 Fort Wayne ave. 

Large Michael, teamster, res, 252 Indiana ave. 

Larner Matthew, laborer, 83 E. Market. 

LaRue William C, (Smith & L.,) cor. Illinois and Mary- 
land. 

Lashane Charles, 160 Railroad ave. 

Lathrop H., carpenter Washington Foundry. 

Lauer Charles, bar tender Empire Saloon. 

Laux Joseph, res. 270 East Washington. 

Lawler William, engineer Bates House. 

Lawman Charles, carpenter, bds. 101 N. Noble. 

Lawman Frederick, shoemaker, res. 101 N. Noble. 

Lawrence A. V., grocer 162 E. Ohio, res. 164 E. Ohio. 

Lawrence Edward, 95 Virginia ave. 

Lawrence Thomas, clerk, bds. 164 E. Ohio. 

Lawson Elijah, employee Osgood, Smith & Co., res. 12 W. 
McCarty. 

Lawton Orrin, brick moulder, res. 320 S. Delaware. 

Lawton Mrs. R. N., boarding 71 W. Maryland. 

Lawton William E., clerk Mothershead & Cox. 

Laymaster Mrs. Rhodian, res. 43 S. West. 

Learned Charles, (L. & Stevens,) res. Illinois, cor. Third. 



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Lit- 



and 



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LEARNED & STEVENS, proprietors J. L. Brown's mam- 

moth lath machine, 29 Meridian. 
Leben Bruder, Hugo Marmont, proprietor, Railroad ave. opp 

IMadison depot. 
LeChene Charles, bootmaker A. Knodle & Son. 
Leddy Thomas, boiler maker Dumont & Sinker, 
LEDLIE JOHN, proprietor Little House saloon, bds. 

tie's Hotel. 
Lee Benjamin J., salesman W. & H. Glenn. 
LEE EDWARD S., M. D., alopathist, cor. Meridian 

Maryland, up stairs, res. 69 N. Mississippi. 
Lee Henry, foreman bender Osgood, Smith & Co., bds 

W. Georgia. 
Lee H. XL, foreman Osgood, Smith & Co., bds. American 

House. 
Lee Royal M., carpenter, res. 172 E. Ohio. 
LeFever Samuel, captain of watch, bds. 150 W. "Washington. 
Lehmann Jacob, runner Union House. 
Lehman Mrs. Jane, 34 E. Ohio. 
Lehman Leopold A., proprietor Vaux Hall Gardens. 
Lehoy Anthony, laborer, res. 192 W. Maryland. 
Lchr F. A., carpenter, 100 N. East. 
Lehr John, carpenter, 165 E. New York. 
Lehrretter George, bar tender Capital Saloon. 
Leidenberger Ludwig, baker, at 150 N. New Jersey. 
LEXER ANTON, wholesale liquors, 140 E. Washington, 

res. same. 
Lemons Wm., bricklayer, 124 E. Ohio. 
Lemwaine Louis, car painter, res. 129 Railroad. 
Lendornoy Bazil, laborer 65 N. Noble. 
Lennert Ferdinand G., embroidery stamper, 14 S. Illinois, 

up stairs. 
Leonard Joseph, railroader, 51 McCarty. 
Leonard Michael, saloon, 39 S. Meridian. 
Leppelt Henry, 97 Railroad. 
Leroy Jonas, teamster, 125 E. New York. 
Lethbridge George 

res. cor. New York and California, 
Lethbridge Robert, Manager U. S. Milling Co., res. cor. 

New York and California. 
Levi Joseph, tinner, res. 191 W. Washington. 
Levi & Muhlcnbeck Misses, milliners, 20 N. Illinois. 
Lewis T. A., accountant American Express Co., bds. Bates 

Xlouse. 



Secretary United States Milling Co. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 109 



Lickens Mrs. Margret, 3 Elm, 

LIEBER HERMAN, bookseller and bookbinder, 42 E. 

Washington. 
Liebernecht H., compositor Sentinel office. 
Liebing Frederick, bartender Tremont saloon. 
Liebricli Louis, porter Robert Browning. 
Lincoln Charles, dentist, bds. 14 N. Meridian. 
Lindemuth Louis, (L. & Rosenberg,) bds. 30 Kentucky ave. 
Lindemuth & Rosenberg, hats and caps, 73 E. Washing- 
ton. 
Lindley Henry J., clerk McKernan & Pierce, res. 13 S. 

Mississippi. 
LINDLEY JACOB, china, glass and queensware, 16 W. 
Washington, res. N. Meridian, bt. New York and Mich- 
igan. 
Lindley John M., clerk J. Lindley, bds. Bates House. 
LINGENBERG & CO., steam saw mill, Pennsylvania, bt. 

Union R. R. and Madison R. R. 
Lingenberg Wm., (L. & Co.,) res. 169 S. Alabama. 
Lingenfelter Archibald, carpenter, res. 168 N, Tennessee. 
Lingenfelter Archibald, sen., plasterer, 172 N. Tennessee. 
Lingenfelter Wm., carpenter, res. 83 N. Alabama. 
Lingenfelter Wm. H., boarding, 19 Circle. 
Linkner John, employee John Butsch, res. 89 Bluff road. 
Lintner Christian H. & Co., groceries and provisions, 1 

Indiana ave. 
LINTNER J. H. & CO. groceries &c., E. Washington, near 

limits. 
Lintner John, (J. H. L. & Co.) res. E. Washington opp. 

store. 
Lintner John, sen., (J. H. L. & Co.,) res. Michigan road. 
Liscomb Edward A., with G. T. Browning, bds. Bates House. 
Lister John, mail agent, 122 N. East. 
LITTLE'S HOTEL, Littles, Eldridge & Co. proprietors, cor. 

Washington and New Jersey. 
Little Ingram, (L., Eldridge & Co.) Little's Hotel. 
Little James, turner Sloan & Ingersoll. 
Little Mrs. Joseph, res. 41 N, Alabama. 
Little Matthew, (L., Eldridge & Co.,) 167 E. Market. 
Little William T., (Garratt & L.,) res. 70 E. Louisiana. 
Little W. K., fruit stand 172 J E. Washington, res. E. Mar- 
ket. 
Loback Jacob, groceries and provisions, 46 Ft. Wayne ave., 
res. same. 



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Lock Henry, watchman, bds. 157 N. East. 

LOCKE & BROTHER, insurance agents, 3 N. Meridian, 

up stairs. 
LOCKE E., general agent L. & I. R. R., office at depot, 

res. 40 California. 
Locke Elam, clieckman L. & I. R. R. freight depot, res. 163 

N. Pennsylvania. 
Locke Josiah, (L. & Brother,) res. 163 N. Pennsylvania. 
LOCOMOTIVE, (weekly,) Elder & Harkness, proprietors, 

2 S. Meridian, up stairs. 
Lockwood George, carpenter, bds. Farmers' and Drovers' 

Hotel. 
Lockwood John A., carpenter, res. 66 E. New York. 
LockAvood Thadeus K., carpenter, bds. 66 E. New York. 
LODGE E. A., M. D., homoeopathist, 26 E. Washington, 

up stairs, bds. Mrs. Kinder. 
Logan John, laborer, 177 S. East. 
Logan Patrick, laborer, 179 S. New Jersey. 
Loman A., teamster, 122 E. Market. 
Long Daniel D., painter, res. 177 N. Delaware. 
Long Frederick, porter Robert Browning. 
Long Rev. George, (Presbyterian,) res. 33 N. New Jersey. 
Long Matthew, undertaker, 28 S. Meridian. 
Long P., cooper, bds. 51 E. Louisiana. 
Looker R. A., brick mason, res. 64 W. Vermont. 
Lord Charles G., cloth dresser Merritt & Coughlen. 
Lord E. N., (H. A. Fletcher & Co.,) res. 91 E. Ohio. 
Lord H. C, director LTnion Railway Co., office Union 

depot. 
Lord Frank B., conductor I. & C. R. R., bds. Bates House. 
Lossman Augustus, mason, res. 332 Virginia ave. 
Loucks Cornelius, shoemaker 163 Virginia ave., res. 46 

Benton. 
Loucks David, constable, 63 Madison ave. 
Loucks George VV,, shoemaker C. Loucks. 
Louck James, carpenter, 194 N. New Jersey. 
Loucks William W., clerk, res. 138 S. East.- 
Louden Andrew A., carpenter, 57 N. Illinois. 
Louis Hiram, farmer, res. 281 S. East. 
Louney Dennis, agent Central Railroad, office cor. Virginia 

ave. and Delaware. 
Louney William, laborer, 35 Huron. 
Love Isaiah, (col.) laborer, res. 130 Indiana ave. 
Love Capt. John, res. 49 N. Tennessee. 



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Love Samuel, night watch Lawrenceburg depot, res. 93 S. 

Ahibama. 
Low Charles G., carpenter Feary & Low. 
Low Nathan, carpenter, 148 E. North. 
Lowden James, coal merchant, 21 W. Washington, res. 140 

Virginia ave. 
Lowe Geo., carriage maker, res. 103 N. Alabama, 
Lowes John, carpenter, res. 176 N. East. 
Lowman Frederick, shoemaker, 176 E. Washington. 
Lowmon Mrs. Nancy, dress and shirt maker, 58 E. St. 

Clair. 
Lown John, laborer, 23 Union. 
Lowry John, miller, 247 W. Washington. 
Lowry Robert, machinist, bds 247 W. Washington. 
Lowry Wiley M., (Griffin, L. & Co.,) res. 7 W. Market. 
Loymann Charles, grocer, cor. Virginia ave. and McCarty. 
Lucas James, (col.) whitewasher, 149 N. Alabama. 
Luce Douglass, salesman William Hannaman, bds. 3 Cir- 
cle. 
Lucius Charles, dyer Merritt & Coughlen. 
Luckert George, laborer, 23 E. McCarty. 
LUDDEN BENJAMIN M., M. D., alopathy, 14 N. Illinois, 

res. 36 N. Illinois. 
Ludlum Joseph E., painter, res. 230 N. Illinois. 
Lumarsters Mrs., res. 73 W. South. 
Lupton Thomas, res. cor. First and N. Pennsylvania. 
Lutman Samuel, conductor Central railroad. 
Lynch James J., salesman W. & H. Glenn. 
Lynch John, salesman W. & H. Glenn. 
Lynch John, machinist City Foundry. 
LYNCH MICHAEL, M. D., allopathy, 12 E. Market, res. 

E. Market. 
LYON SAMUEL D., State Librarian State House, bds, 

Bates House. 
Lyon Isaac, bricklayer, bds. 223 N. New Jersey. 

Lyons , stone mason, 178 N. East. 

Lynn Robert, butcher, Mississippi, W. side, bt. Sixth and 

Seventh. 



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Maas Jacob, waiter American House. 
Machett Robert M., carpenter A. Brouse. 




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m 





(gibsolute anir ^Tnimpauxb,) 

ONE MILLION DOLLARS 
Surplus, (July, '58,) $666,140,10. 



LOSSES PAID DURING 39 YEARS: 

Over Eleven Million Dollars! 



Fire and Inland Navigation Risks, 

Accepted upon as favorable terms as consistent ■with Solvency and 
Fair Profit. 



ESPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO 

Insurance of Dwellings for Terms of One to Five Years. 



APPLICATIONS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO, BY 

WM. HENDERSON, Agent, 

INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA. V 




CITY DIRECTORY. 113 



MAC INTIRE THOMAS, A. M., superintendent Indiana 
Institute for educating the Deaf and Dumb. 

Maconi E., plaster Paris moulder, 163 N. Noble. 

Macy David, (M. & Morris,) res. 78 N. Delaware. 

MACY HOUSE, George Simons, proprietor, 31, 33 and 35 
N. Illinois. 

MACY & MORRIS, attorneys, 24J E. Washington, up 
stairs. 

Madison & Indianapolis Railroad Co., oiEce South bt. Penn- 
sylvania and Delaware. 

Maddux John, carpenter, res. 71 N. East. 

Magee Edward, fireman Sloan & Ingersoll. 

Magly John, cooper M. Dashiell. 

MAGNOLIA SALOON, H. DeNight, proprietor, 9 S. Illi- 
nois. 

MAGUIRE, CLARK & TELLCAMP, carriage manufac- 
tory, 44 N. Pennsylvania. 

Maguire Douglass, (Bates & M.,) res. 38 W. Market. 

Maguire Henry B., clerk Bates & Maguire. 

Mahan Mrs. Elisabeth, dressmaker, 31 Kentucky ave. 

Mahoney Patrick, laborer, 210 S. Delaware. 

Mahoney Patrick, laborer, 16 S. East. 

Mahoney Stephen, machinist B. R. R. shop, res. 38 South 
Noble. 

Maiers Michael, butcher, Wisconsin. 

Mains Samuel, drayman, 9 Massachusetts ave. 

Mains Nathaniel boot maker, 8 N. Pennsylvania. 

Maitland Samuel, female doctor, 62 Indiana ave. 

Major Stephen, judge of the fifth judicial circuit, office 
court house. 

Malaney Mrs. Mary, res. 46 W. Maryland. 

Mallery David, barber, res. 102 N. Tennessee. 

Malott V. T., Teller Branch of the Bank of the State of 
Indiana. 

Maloney Patrick, laborer, res. 241 S. Pennsylvania. 

Maney Daniel, laborer, res. 145 N. Tennessee. 

Mann Daniel, carpenter, 66 N. New Jersey. 

Mann James B., teamster, 203 N. Noble. 

Mann John T., teamster, 8 Chatham. 

Manny Charles, apprentice S. Beck. 

Manning Morris, laborer, 157 S. Tennessee. 

Mansfeld George, cutter F. Goepper, bds. 16 W. Geor- 
gia. 



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Mansfeld Julius, tailor Harmon & WolfiF, bds. 16 W. Geor- 
gia. 

Mansfeld Thomas, blacksmith Vanblaricum and Forshee. 

Mansur Ferguson & Co., pork house Railroad ave. near Jef- 
fersonville depot. 

Mansur Frank, (Mills & M.) bds 8 E. Vermont. 

Mansur Isaiah, W. & I. M., bds. 4 E. Vermont. 

Mansur J., (M., Ferguson & Co.,) res. 8 E. Vermont. 

MANSUR W. & I., porkhouse, Water street river bank, 
office 14 S. Meridian. 

Mansur William, (W. & I. M.,) res. 9 Ohio. 

MAPES & CO., Metropolitan Saloon, 67 W. Washington.; 

Mara Richard, hostler Wood & Foudray. 

March John, potter, res. 266 Railroad ave. 

Marcus Joseph 0., fish dealer, res. 113 McCarty. 

Markham Thomas, blacksmith, cor. Pennsylvania and Mary- 
land, res. 53 E. Maryland. 

Marmont Hugo, proprietor Leiber Bruder. 

Marsee Rev. Joseph, (Methodist,) res. 147 E. South. 

Marsh Henry, baggage master T. H. & R. R. R., res. 9 
Henry. 

Marvel George W., plasterer, 114 N. Mississippi. 

Marvel John, plasterer, 201 Indiana ave. 

Martha Amelia, milliner and dress maker, 165 E. Wash. 

Martin George, carpenter, res. 310 Indiana ave. 

Martindale Henry, compositor Daily Citizen. 

MARTIN L. R., with W. Y. Wiley, bds. Bates House. 

Martin Thomas, blacksmith, 34 S. Pennsylvania. 

Martin William, clerk, res. 9 E. New York. 

Martz Miss Clara, dress maker, 39 N. Alabama. 

Martz Mrs. S., 39 N. Alabama. 

Mason John, night watchman Peru depot, res. 50 Benton. 

Mason Madison, (col.,) sexton, 147 N. Tennessee. 

MASONIC HALL, cor. Washington and Tennessee. 

Mathes Gottlieb, drayman, res. 169 S. Alabama. 

Mathers George, superintendent I. & C. R. R., res. 6Q E. 
Louisiana. 

Matthe VVm., clerk C. Vonnegut. 

Mathwig John, shoemaker, 5 Indiana ave. 

Matsell Alexander, brakeman, res. 55 E. Maryland. 

Mattan George, engineer, bds. 46 S. Noble. 

Matthews J., carpenter Washington Foundry. 

Mattler John, proprietor Washington House. 

Mattler Mrs. Mary, proprietor Union House. 



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Mattox Eli, baggage master I. & C. R. R. 

Mauer John P., employee W. & I. Mansur, res. Water, near 
river bank. 

Maxwell Rev. George M., (Presbyterian,) res. 80 N. Merid- 
ian. 

Maxwell John M., grocer, 135 Indiana ave. 

AiAXWELL SAMUEL D., City Mayor, office Odd Fel- 
low's Hall, res. 156 E. Ohio. 

May Andrew, cooper, 58 S. East, res. 81 S. East. 

MAY EDWIN, architect and superintendent U. S. Court 
House and Post-office, 18 E. Market, res. 75 N. Penn- 
sylvania. 

May John, drayman, 119 McCarty. 

Mayer Charley, traveling, res. 175 N. Illinois. 

Mayer Xavier, finisher Root, Drake & Co., res. 78 Madison 
ave. 

Mayer John F., umbrella maker, 35 E. Washington, res. 
Illinois. 

M AYHEW E. C. & Co., wholesale boots and shoes, 8 W. Lou- 
isiana, opp. Union depot ; also at retail, 5 W. Wash- 
ington. 

Mayhew Enoch C, (E. C. M. & Co.) bds. John S. Spann. 

Mayhew Parish L., clerk E. C. Mayhew & Co., bds. Ameri- 
can House. 

Mayhew Oscar F., (Weeks & M.,) res. 20 Circle. 

Maythers John, engineer, res. 93 Bates. 

Mayo Valentine W., cooper, res. 154 N. Mississippi. 

McAnulty P. A., conductor Terre Haute & Richmond R. R., 
bds. Palmer House. 

McBride Mathew, laborer, 41 S. West. 

McBride Michael, 142 N. Liberty. 

xMcCabe Mathew, machinist, 140 S. East. 

McCain Joseph, last grinder Osgood, Smith & Co. 

McCallian John, machinist, 284 Railroad ave. 

McCan Charles, moulder, 255 S. Pennsylvania. 

McCann John, laborer, bds. 31 S. Delaware. 

McCann John S., foreman Herald and Era Office. 

McOann Patrick, laborer, 182 S. Delaware. 

McCarty Jeremiah, marble cutter, 52 S. Delaware. 

McCarty John, runner Palmer House. 

McCarty John C, bds. 19 Circle. 

McCarty Nicholas, attorney, 70 E. Washington, res. 10 
Madison ave. 

McCarty Timothy, laborer, 123 W. South. 



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McCarty Wm., moulder, 127 E. Washington. 

McCasland Michael, res. 25 Meek. 

McChesney George, clerk Danforth & Gentry, bds. 61 N. 
Pennsylvania. 

McChesney Jacob B., assistant clerk Sinking Fund office, 
. res. 132 N. Illinois. 

McChesney W. L., assistant bookkeeper of Branch of the 
Bank of the State of Indiana, bds. Jacob McChesney. 

McClain Joseph, farmer, res. 128 E. Georgia. 

McClain Miss Mary, res. 142 N. Illinois. 

McClane Neal, brickmaker, res. 56 S. Noble. 

McClain Wm., painter, res. 278 Railroad ave. 

McClintock Henry, baggage master Terre Haute and Rich- 
mond R. R. 

McCloud Mrs. Mahala, (col.,) 155 N. West. 

McCLURE DANIEL, Secretary of State, 11 McOuat's 
block, res. 7 W. Maryland. 

McClure Theopholis, printer, 133 N. Mississippi. 

McClusky John W., last turner, res. 153 S. Mississippi. 

McColl William, mortiser Osgood, Smith & Co., res. 233 S. 
Pennsylvania. 

McCool Benjamin, laborer, bds. 94 N. New Jersey. 

McCord Benjamin R. (Mc. & Wheatley,) res. 110 N. Me- 
ridian. 

McCord Mrs. Hannah, res. 159 N. Alabama. 

McCord & Holbrook, grocers 49 Massachusetts ave. 

McCord Joseph, (Mc. & Holbrook,) res. 40 E. New York. 

McCORD & WHEATLEY, lumber dealers, S. Delaware, 
south of I. & C. freight depot. 

McCormick Amos D., foreman Eli A. Hall, res. 229 N. 
Tennessee. 

McCoy Theodore, baggage master Cent. R.R.,res. 12 Bates. 

McCracken Leroy, tailor Dessar & Bros. 

McCready James, clerk post office, res. Mississippi, 

McCue Thomas, laborer, 95 St. Mary. 

McCune Thomas, farmer, res. 14 Fletcher's ave. 

McCutchen Hugh, checkman B. R. R. depot, bds. 229 W. 
Washington. 

McDonald Mrs. Ann, res. S. end Missouri. 

McDonald David, (McD. & Porter,) res. 85 N. Pennsylva- 
nia. 

McDonald & porter, attorneys at law, Odd Fellows' 
Hall. 

McDonald Patrick, hostler Mills & Mansur. 



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McDonough D. P., carpenter, res. 121 N. East, 

McDougal Mrs. C, res. 50 S. East. 

McDougal Edwin, res. 13 W. McCarty. 

McDougal John J., engineer, res. 50 S. East. 

McDowel James, bds. Little's Hotel. 

McElwaine Joseph V., agent Madison & Indianapolis R. R. 
depot, res. 57 N. Meridian. 

McEVOY HENRY N., annual publisher of Indianapolis 
City Directory; Stewart & Bowen, agents. 

McEwan R., conductor Terre Haute & Richmond R. R., 
bds. Bates House. 

McFall Mrs. Ann, 125 Massachusetts ave. 

McFall John H., turner, res. 35 McCarty. 

McFarland Miss Charlotte, 14 St. Clair. 

McFarland John, printer, bds. 27 Indiana ave. 

McFarland Miss Laura W., 14 St. Clair. 

McFarland Robert A., clerk Merrill & Co. 

McFarland James, stone cutter, res. 129 N. Noble. 

McGalis Henry, carpenter, res. 7 Willard. 

McGiffin & Hodges, brooms and brushes, 31 Alabama. 

iVJcGill Peter, salesman W. & H. Glenn. 

McGINNIS GEORGE P., hats, caps, and furs, 9 W. Wash- 
ington, res. N. Meridian N. of Second. 

McGinnis Owen, clothier, 39 E. Washington, res 26 Virginia 
ave. 

McGirr John, shoemaker J. Wands & Son. 

McGiver John C, carver, bds. 13 S. Mississippi. 

McGraw Daniel, laborer, 19 E. Georgia. 

McGraw Nicholas, laborer, 113 N. Meridian. 

McGuire Charles, carriage painter, 72 Kentucky ave. 

McGuire John, baker, res. 144 E. Walnut. 

McGuire Patrick, linen dealer, bds. 56 Massachusetts ave. 

Mclnary William, machinist City Foundry. 

Mclver John C, clerk J. Ott. 

McKane Joseph, last grinder, res. 166 S. Illinois. 

McKee J. W., cooper, bds. William McKee. 

McKee William, cooper, E. Georgia, bt. S. Noble and Ben- ' 
ton, res. 55 S. Noble. 

McKenna James, clerk, res. 75 S. New Jersey. 

McKenna John, machinist, bds. 75 S. New Jersey. 

McKenzie W. A,, attorney, 8 Temperance Hall. 

McKernan David, bds. 31 N. Meridian. 

McKernan James H., (M. & Pierce,) res. 31 N. Meri- 
dian. 



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McKERNAN & PIERCE, real estate and commission, 39 
W. Washington. 

McKinley Alexander, 100 Fort "Wayne ave. 

McKinney Mrs. Mary, res. 72 N. Illinois. 

McKinney Robert J., teamster, 109 E. South. 

McKinney William, (eol.,) 139 W. Washington. 

McKiney Martin, laborer, S. West. 

McLane Albert, painter, res. 8 W. North. 

McLaughlin Henry C, 148 E. New York. 

McLaughlin John A., gunsmith, 254 E. Washington, res. 
282 S. Alabama. 

McLaughlin Patrick, assistant State Librarian, bds. Palmer 
House. 

McLaughlin William H., res. 128 E. St. Clair. 

McLEAN C. G., principal McLean's Female Seminary, 27 
N. Meridian. 

McLene Jeremiah, (E. J. Baldwin & Co.) bds. Bates House. 

McMillin Charles, clerk R. C. Talbott. 

McMillen Millen, machinist Washington Foundry. 

McMillen Samuel, miller, res. 50 S. Mississippi. 

McMillen George, bds. 85 E. New York. 

McNabb Stephen, brickmaker near Lawrenceburg depot, 
res. 143 S. Mississippi. 

McNally Terry, laborer, 83 Huron. 

McNamara Michael, laborer, 110 S. East. 

McNaught Peter, shoe dealer, bds. Bates House. 

McNeely Elijah, cooper, res. 19 N. East. 

McNeely Henderson, bds. 19 N. East. 

McNeely James H., (Cameron & Mc.) res. 79 N. Illinois. 

McNulty James, hostler Mills & Mansur. 

McOuat Andrew W., (K. L. & A. W. M.,) res. 65 East. 

McOuat Andrew, plasterer, cor. Elizabeth and Patterson. 

McOuat Block, Kentucky ave., near Illinois. 

McOuat George, U. S. Register, deputy U. S. Maarshal, 2 
McOuat's block, res. 65 East. 

McOuat R. L, & A. W., stoves and tinware, 69 W. Wash- 
ington. 

McOuat Robert L., (R. L. & A. W. M.,) res. Illinois, cor. N. Y. 

McRay David, blacksmith, 190 W. Maryland. 

McRae John H., ^7 N. Pennsylvania. 

McTAGGART ISRAEL, pork packer, office 23 N. Illinois, 
res. 83 N. Illinois. 

McVaie David, blacksmith, 203 W. Washington, res. Mary- 
land. 



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McWorkman Henry, 130 N. Pennsylvania. 

Mc WORKMAN JAMES, surperintendent Indiana Institute 
for the education of the Blind. 

Meade James, employee Bellefontaine car shop, res. 184 
Virginia ave. 

Means John, machinist, res. 62 N. Illinois. 

Mears George W., M. D., 47 N. Meridian. 

MEEK E. S., bill poster, slate at any of the printing oflfices, 
res. 186 S. Pennsylvania. 

Meek Robert, employee I. & C. R. R., res. 141 E. South. 

Megrew Willis H., 1st miller Capital Mills, res. 61 N. 
West. 

Megrew John, miller, bds. 61 N. West. 

Meikel Mrs. Catharine, 65 N. Mississippi. 

Meikel George W., clerk W. W. Roberts. 

Meikel John H., butcher, res. 174 E. Ohio. 

Meikel Philip, compositor Locomotive office. 

Meiners Cornelius, cabinet maker, 124 N. East. 

Melville E. B., superintendent tailoring department Glaser 
& Bro. 

MELVILLE ROBERT B., cutter Glaser & Brothers, 112 
N. Mississippi. 

Menges Frank, cigar maker C. C. Hunt. 

Mercy Geo., butcher with Woods. 

Merkenwick Valentine, laborer, 9 Chatham. 

Merkt Martin, engineer Spiegel, Thorns & Co. 

Merlaugh John, carpenter Kregelo, Blake & Co. 

Merideth W^illiam, compositor Journal office. 

Merideth Samuel C, messenger Adams Express, res. 52 
Blackford. 

MERRILL & CO., books and stationery, 25 E. Washing- 
ton. 

Merrill John F., M. D., eclectic, 156 W. Washington, res. 
134 W. New York. 

Merrill Samuel, (M. & Co.,) res. Merrill bt. Alabama and 
New Jersey. 

MERRITT & COUGHLEN, woolen factors, W. Washing- 
ton, on River bank. 

Merritt George, (M. & Coughlen,) res. 102 N. West. 

Merritt John W., M. D., res. 65 E. Merrill. 

Menten Rudolph, laborer, 101 E. Washington. 

Meskamp Wilhelm, laborer, 40 Elm. 

METROPOLITAN THEATER, E. T. Sherlock, lessee, 
cor. Tennessee and Washington. 



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METZGER ALEXANDER, baker S. Pennsylvania S. of 
Washington, res. W. Maryland, near German Catholic 
Church. 

Metzger Dietrich, cupalo tender, res. Railroad ave. bt. Mer- 
rill and McCarty. . 

Meyer Charles, brickmaker, 144 E. Georgia. 

Meyer Christian, carpenter F. Dickman & Co. 

Meyers Christopher, brickmaker, 10 Lord. 

MEYER GEORGE F., cigars and tobacco, 35 W. Wash- 
ington, res. 56 W. Vermont. 

Meyer John H., groceries and liquors, 204 Massachusetts 
ave., res. same. 

Meyer John, tinner, 31 McCarty. 

Meyer Joseph, harness maker, James Sulgrove. 

Meyer L., (Shildmeier & M.) res. 49 Davidson. 

Michael John, dyer J. Harris. 

Michael Philip, machinist, 16 E. Georgia. 

Mickal Mrs. Elizabeth, 246 Railroad ave. . 

Mickal John P., brewer, res. 135 W, Maryland. 

MIDDLEMAS DAVID C, stoneware and liquors, 1 07 W. 
Washington, res. 89 W. Market. 

Midugh Mrs. Ann, res. 42 Bates. 

Mierhoff Henry, laborer, res. 158 S. Alabama. 

Mierstedt Augustus, paper maker, res. 140 W. Market. 

Miles Oscar, compositor Daily Citizen. 

Miles Thomas, railroader, 28 W. North. 

Miller Anthony, drayman, 162 S. Tennessee. 

Miller C. H., carpenter, Georgia, near Noble. 

Miller C, silversmith, 155 E. South, res. same. 

Miller Rev. Chas. W., (Methodist,) res. 35 N. Pennsylvania. 

Miller Charles G., groceries and provisions, 109 E. Wash- 
ington, res. same. 

Miller Charles H., res. 99 Meek. 

Miller Christ, carpenter, res. 125 Davidson. 

Miller Mrs. Cynthia, dress maker, 15'.* S. Delaware. 

Miller Edward, clerk Klotz & Pfafflin, res. 135 E. Ohio. 

Miller Mrs. Elizabeth, 86 N. Mississippi. 

Miller Mrs. Emma, 155 N. Mississippi. 

Miller Ferdinand, painter, 109 E. Washington, up stairs. 

Miller George, grocer, near White River bridge. 

Miller Geo. W., machinist, res. S. side W. St. Clair, bt. Mi- 
chigan and Indiana ave. 

Miller George W., M. D., alopathy, 28 N. Illinois, res. 144 
N. Illinois. 



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Miller Henry, grocer, 165 N. Noble. 

Miller Henry W., carpenter, res. 35 N. Noble. 

Miller Henry, bricklayer, 165 E. New York. 

Miller Henry, teamster, 118 N. Missouri. 

Miller John, carpenter, 65 N. New Jersey. 

Miller John, drayman, 188 E. St. Clair. 

Miller Philip, carpenter J. D. Miller, bds. 39 N. East. 

Miller R., barber, 155 E. South, res. same. 

Miller Sarah, boarding, 84 N. Tennessee. 

Miller William, messenger Adams Express, bds. Palmer 
House. 

Miller William, plasterer, res. 89 N. Alabama. 

Miller William, carpenter Washington Foundry. 

Miller William, clerk ticket office Union depot, bds. Ameri- 
can House. 

MILLS, ALFORD & CO., wholesale and retail grocers, 
36 E. Washington. 

Mills Howard W., (M., Alford & Co.) res. 71 N. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Mills James H., 30 N. East. 

Mills John, fireman Peru and Indianapolis R. R. depot. 

Mills Layton, (M. & Mansur,) res. 156 N. Pennsylvania. 

MILLS & MANSUR, livery and sale stable, 24 S. Penn- 
sylvania. 

Milner J., attorney and notary public, 70 E. Washington, 
up stairs. 

Milton Thomas, carpenter, 237 Indiana ave. 

Minahan Andrew, laborer, res. 130 S. Delaware. 

Minnick Hiram, bds. 229 S. Delaware. 

Minnie Charles, carpenter, bds. 133 Railroad. 

Minnie John N,, laborer, 55 Hosbrook. 

Minnie John, carpenter, 67 N. Noble. 

Mineharb Philip, laborer, E. Market. 

Minteeth John, boss carpenter Central R. R. shop, res. 81 
E. South. 

Mitchell Dennis, laborer, W. side N. Illinois, bt. Fourth 
and Fifth. 

MITCH EL & FRIEDLANDER, clothiers, 34 W. Wash- 
ington. 

Mitchel Jacob, (M. & Friedlander,) bds. Wright House. 

Mitchell William, compositor Daily Citizen. 

Mithafer Henry, drayman, 75 Bluif road. 

Mittay Christian, saddler, 159 E, New York. 

Mittay Henry, employee George B. Scribner. 



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Mittay John C, shoemaker, 66 N. Noble. 

Mittay William, bartender American House saloon. 

Mockel Anthony, tailor J. Harris. 

Mock Martin, tailor, 151 E. Ohio. 

Mock Mrs. Rebecca, res. 11 Duncan. 

Moesch Thadeus, confectioner, 22 S. Meridian. 

Moffit John, compositor Locomotive office, bds. 52 E. Mar- 
ket. 

Moffitt John, (M. & Kendrick,) res. 173 N. Alabama. 

Moffitt John, county coroner, office at cemetery, res. 52 E. 
Market. 

MOFFITf & KENDRICK, surgeon dentists, 18 E. Wash- 
ington, up stairs. 

Moffitt Oliver, compositor Locomotive office. 

MOFFITT WILLIAM, apothecary and druggist, 172 E. 
Washington, bds. Samuel Beck. 

Mollenkoph John J., res. 197 N. Noble. 

MONNINGER DANIEL & CONRAD, Court House Sa- 
loon, 121 E. Washington. 

Monroe George, messenger Adams Express, bds. Palmer 
House. 

Monroe John, cai'penter, 107 E. Ohio. 

Monroe Smith, carpenter Daniel Behymer. 

Montague William, wagon maker, cor. Maryland and Vir- 
ginia ave., res. 51 S. New Jersey. 

Montgomery Andrew, shoemaker, 112 N. Meridian. 

Montgomery Chauncey, (A. Wiley & Co.,) bds. Macy 
House. 

Montgomery James, employee. Union depot, res. 23 Henry. 

Montooth James, brick moulder, bds. 91 S. East. 

MOONEYS & CO., dealers in leather, hides and oil, 75 S. 
Meridian. 

Mooney James E., (M. & Co.,) res. Edinburgh, Ind. 

Mooney John B., currier Mooneys & Co. 

Mooney William W., (M. & Co.,) res. Edinburgh, Ind. 

Moore Charles P., foreman, carpenter Kregelo, Blake & Co., 
res. 123 N. Meridian. 

Moores Charles W., (Merrill & Co.,) res. Merrill bt. Ala- 
bama and New Jersey. 

Moore Mrs. Deborah D., res. 130 N. Tennessee. 

Mooix George W., 283 Virginia ave. 

Moore Henry, groceries and provisions, 11 S. Illinois, bds. 
J. Pyle. 

Moore Mrs. Jacob, 68 St. Joseph. 



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Moore John L., messenger American Express, bds. Bates 
House. 

Moore John, hiborer, bds. 31 S. Dekware. 

Moore Joseph A., clerk, res. 130 N. Tennessee. 

Moore Joseph N., farmer, 118 E. Vermont. 

Moore 0. F., agent I. & C. R. R., bds Palmer House. 

Moore Wm. H., machinist Washington Foundry. 

Moran Patrick, laborer, 192 S. East. 

Morell Wm. S., phonetic teacher, 148 N. Mississippi. 

Moren John, laborer, 42 S. Liberty. 

Morgan David, heater Rolling Mifl, res. 16 Willard. 

Morgan Dennis, general agent, res. 9 E. N. York. 

Morgan George W., Station Eating House, V20 S. Illinois. 

Morgan Mrs. Hannah, 51 E. Louisiana. 

Morgan James, time keeper Bellefontaine R. R. shop, res. 
191 S. Delaware. 

Morgan Mrs. Pauline, 29 Union. 

Morgan Samuel, (Smith & M.,) res. 57 E. New York. 

Moritz Abraham, (Moritz Brother & Co.,) res. Cincinnati. 

MORITZ BROTHER & CO, clothiers, 19 W. Washing- 
ton. 

MORITZ & BROTHERS, merchant tailors, 3 E.Washing- 
ton. 

Moritz Meyer, (M. Brothers & Co.,) res. Cincinnati. 

Moritz M., salesman Guhck & Tweed. 

Moritz Solomon, (M. Brothers & Co.,) bds. Bates House. 

Morley Thomas, laborer, res. 159 W. Maryland. 

Morley Walter, laborer, 159 W. Maryland. 

Morris Alexander, clerk T. W. Roberts. 

Morris Mrs. Austin W., res. 53 S. Meridian. 

Morris Axem, (col.,) cook, American House. 

MORRIS JUDGE BETHUEL F., res. Madison ave., S. of 
Delaware. 

Morris John D., freight agent I. & C. R. R., res. 50 S. Me- 
ridian. 

iVi orris Joseph C. & A., painters, 70 N. Tennessee. 

Morris Samuel V., (Macy & M.,) bds. B. F. Morris. 

Morris Sanford V., grocer, 77 N. Meridian, res. 117 N. 
Meridian. 

MORRIS THOMAS A., President Indianapolis Insurance 
Co., office 14 S. Meridian. 

Morrison Alexander F., clerk Mills, Alford & Co., re^. 32 
N. Pennsylvania. 

Morrison Charles J., apprentice W. H. Talbott & Co. 



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Morrison Daniel, Indiana House, 32 W. Market. 
Morrison Hu^h M., bookkeeper, res. 159 W. Vermont. 
MORRISON JACOB, dry goods and carpets, 10 W. Wasli- 

ington, res. New York. 
Morrison James, (M. & Ray,) res. cor. St. Mary and Fort 

Wayne road. 
Morrison James B., clerk Postoffice. 
Morrison John T., deputy clerk for J. C. New, bds. 22 W. 

Maryland. 
Morrison wid. Mary, 144 E. Market. 
Morrison Michael, teamster, 19 Union. 
MORRISON & R.\Y, attorneys, 26 E. Washington, up stairs. 
Morrison William H., (Mills, Alford & Co.,) res. Pennsylva- 
nia north of limits. 
Morrison William H., jr., bookkeeper Mills, Alford & Co. 
Morrison William Henry, clerk Lawrenceburgh R. R. depot, 

bds. James Morrison. 
Morrison William, bds. 136 N. Illinois. 
Morrity Patrick, 11 Railroad. 
Morrow Robert, gas fitter, 140 W. Georgia. 
Morrow James T., clerk American House. 
Morse Alfred, engineer B. R. R., res. 43 E. Georgia, 
Morton John, watchman, res. 14 Willard. 
Moser Levi, clerk, res. 160 N. Tennessee. 
MOSES LUCIUS W., optician 8 W. Washington, up stairs, 

res. 140 N. Illinois. 
Moshier Mrs. Susan, res. 129 Blake. 
Moss Jacob, laborer, 22 S. Mississippi. 
Moss Lewis, machinist Washington Foundry, res. 53 W. 

South. 
MOTHERSHEAD & COX, drugs and medicines, 18 E. 

Washington. 
Mothershead Mrs. Emerine A., 49 W. Maryland. 
Mothershead F. M., (M. & Cox,) res. 52 S. Meridian. 
Mottry Ferdinand, turner Osgood, Smith & Co. 
Moulten Charles, engineer, 17 Indiana ave. 
Moulton Daniel, fireman I. & L. R. R., bds. 26 Michigan 

ave. 
Moulton John, conductor I. & L. R. R., bds. 26 Michigan 

ave. 
Moulton Robert, laborer, 265 S. Delaware. 
Moulton Rodman J., clerk J. M. Frost & Co. 
Mount A. Sidney, currier Mooneys & Co., res. 18 W. iMar- 

ket. 



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Mount William, currier Mooneys & Co. 

Mount Humphrey, carpenter, 55 Benton, 

Mud wick John, shoemaker, res. 89 N. Illinois. 

Mueller Edward, clerk Klotz & Pfafflin. 

MUELLER JOHN, importer of wines, liquors, and cigars, 

184 E. Washington, res. 5 N. New Jersey. 
Muir James, tea merchant, res. 33 W. Market. 
Muirson Alexander, stone dealer, res. 143 Virginia ave. 
Mulchy Michael, sawyer, 44 S. Noble. 
Mull Jacob H., carriage maker H. R. Gaston, res. 323 N. 

Illinois. 
Mullen John, brickmaker, 59 Hosbrook. 
Mullen Rodger, brick maker, res. 189 S. New Jersey. 
Muller George M., saloon, W. end W. Washington. 
Munsell Ezra, carriage maker H. Munsell, bds. 175 E. 

Ohio. 
Munsell Henry, wagon maker, Wabash, N. side, bt. Noble 

and Liberty, res. 175 E. Ohio. 
INIunsell Newton, press boy Daily Citizen. 
Munson C. H., (Al. & Johnston,) res. 119 E. Ohio. 
Munson David, (M. & Johnston,) res. 88 E. Market. 
Munson & Johnston, stoves and tinware, 62 E. Washington. 
Munson Lewis, bds. 119 E. Ohio. 
Murdock Joseph, moulder Root, Drake & Co., res. 211 S. 

Alabama. 
Murphy Mrs., res. 82 E. Maryland. 
Murphy Daniel, laborer, 64 Bright. 
MURPHY & HOLLIDAY, iron, steel, springs, &c., 34 E. 

Washington. 
Murphy Jaines, laborer, E. Elizabeth, bt. Blake & Dunlop. 
Murphy Jonathan, brakeman, I. & C. II. R., res. 93 S. 

Alabama. 
Murphy John W., (M. & Holliday,) bds. Bates House. 
Murraty Daniel, laborer, res. 174 S. Delaware. 
Musgrove Moses, spinner Merritt & Coughlon. 
Musgrove Watson, spinner Geisendorff & Co. 
MYER & BROTHER, clothiers, 8 E. Washington. 
Myer Michael, (M. & Bro.,) 8 E. Washington. 
Myer Moses, (M. & Bro.) res. 116 E. Ohio. 
Myers Christ. J., (M. & Hease,) bds. Pattison House. 
Myers Charles, brickyard near Lawrenceburgh depot. 
MYERS & HESSE, chair manufacturers, Alabama bt. 

Washington and Mai-ket, room E. Washington. 
Myers James, cooper, res. 59 N. East. 



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Myers John, carpenter, 17 Willard. 

iMjers Leonard, confectioner, res. 187 N. Noble. 

Myers William, brewer, res. 47 E. Georgia. 

Nagel Frederick, brickmaker, res. 110 S. Noble. 
Naltner Martin, (Eurick & N.,) Nebraska Saloon. 
Nash Mrs. Martha A., 63 Massachusetts ave. 

Natches Gabriel, patentee diamond point dress, 1 Odd Fel- 
lows' Hall, res. 141 N. Illinois. 

NATIONAL DEMOCRAT, (weekly,) editorial and business 
office, 30J S. Meridian, Charles Smith, editor, Francis 
King, treasurer. 

Neely Hugh L., apprentice Munson & Johnston. 

Neessmann Charles, cabinet maker J. Ott. 

NefF Edward W., traveling agent, res. 28 Indiana ave. 

Nefflle Frederick, watchman Kregelo, Blake & Co. 

Negley George M., sawyer, res. 95 S. East. 

Nehring Gottlieb, bootmaker J. G. Kistner. 

Neighbors Charles, drayman, 23 Henry. 

Neighbors Robert, foundryman, res. 33 Union. 

Neel Daniel, laborer, Kregelo, Blake & Co. 

Neiman Jacob, township trustee, office court house. 

Nelson Henry H., Sheriff Supreme Court, office State 
House. 

Nelson John, machinist, res. 43 Hosbrook. 

Nelson Sandy, (col.) washerwoman, res. 78 N. Missouri. 

Neman Christ., carpenter, 122 Davidson. 

New Rev. John B., (Christian,) res. 56 N. Illinois. 

NEW" JOHN C, clerk circuit and com. pleas courts, office 
at court house, res. 124 N. Pennsylvania. 

Newcomb C, saloon, 133 N. Tennessee. 

Newcomb Horatio C, (N. & Tarkington,) res. 58 N. Alabama. 

NEWCOMB & TARKINGTON, attorneys, 24 E.Washing- 
ton, up stairs. 

NEWCOMER & CO., Eagle Saloon, 138 E. Washington. 

Newcomer F. S., M. D., res. 15 Circle. 

Newell Lyne S., music teacher, 24 N. Mississippi. 

Newinder Andrew, gardener, 103 Ft. Wayne ave. 

NEWMAN JOHN S., President I. & C. R. R., office cor. 
Virginia ave. and Delaware. 

Newman Peter, laborer, 149 S. Mississippi. 



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Newman Walter, clerk I. & C. R. R. office, cor. Virginia 

ave, and Delaware. 
NEW YORK DRY GOODS STORE, W. & H. Glenn, 3 

Bates House. 
Nianiabar Herrmann, employee Bellefontaine R. R. depot, 

res. 17 Meek. 
NICHOLS T. M., surgeon dentist, 24 Meridian. 
Nicholson David, stone cutter, 120 Michigan. 
Nicholson William, stone mason, 60 N. Noble. 
Nicol Robert, carpenter, res. 288 S. Alabama. 
Nicolai Carls, saddler, 268 E. Washington, res. same. 
NICOLAI JULIUS, groceries and provisions, 91 and 93 

W. Washington, res. 89 W. Washington. 
Nieman Henry, carpenter, bds. E. Ohio. 
Nieman Wm., carpenter, bds. E. Ohio. 
Niemier Wm., laborer, res. id6 S. Noble. 
Niggeman Fred,, saloon, 186 E. Washington. 
Nirman Christman, shoe maker, 176 E. Washington. 
Nobbe Henry, compositor Sentinel office. 
Noble Lewis, teamster, res. N. Illinois, E. side, bt. Second 

and Third. 
Noble William H. L., general ticket agent I. & C. R. R., 

res. 30 N. Delaware. 
Noel Clarence, operator Hays & Runnion's gallery, bds. 

46 Pennsylvania. 
Nofsinger W. R., east of city limits. 
Noland A. L., clerk W Worland, bds. 37 Virginia ave. 
Nolan Thomas, hackman, res. 95 W. Market. 
Nolting Charles, laborer, 15 Railroad. 
Nooe Mrs. Martha, res. 73 S. New Jersey. 
Nordstrom Oliver, tailor Smith & Morgan. 
Norman Joseph, laborer, 172 W. North. 
Norrett William, runner Tremont House, res. 58 W. Lou- 
isiana. 
Norris S. M., 35 N. New Jersey. 
NORTH G. C, dentist, Ramsay's block, cor. Illinois and 

Maryland, bds. i\J. North. 
NORTH CAPT. M., councilman, res. 19 W. Maryland. 
Northcut James A., compositor Daily Citizen. 
Northway George, plasterer, 94 N. New Jersey. 
Northway John, plasterer, res. 146 E. North, 
NORTH WESTERN CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY, N. 

East, of city limits. 
Norton James, runner Wright House. 



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Norwood Frank A., tinner, 26 Illinois. 
Norwood George, laborer, 41 S. Illinois. 
Norwood Mrs. Alargaret, res. 72 W. Maryland. 
Noughton Dennis, laborer, S. West. 
Nutmeyer Charles, carpenter, res. 181 E. Ohio. 
Nutmeyer Christian, carpenter, res. 151 E. Ohio. 



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Oakley C. P., traveling agent Indianapolis Ins. Co., bds. 
American House. 

Obergfell Isidor, assistant cook Crystal Palace. 

Oberlander Frederick, tailor 0. McGinnis. 

O'Brien John, fireman Gas Works. 

O'Brien Patrick, engineer I. & C. R. R., res. 46 Bates. 

O'Bryan Thomas, hostler Mills & Mansur. 

O'Bryen Timothy, office boy I. & C. R. R. office. 

O'Connel Patrick, laborer, 21 Virginia ave. 

O'Connel Jeremiah, laborer, 21 Virginia ave. 

O'Connor Michael, laborer, 33 E. Market. 

O'Connor Michael, laborer, res. west side alley bt. S. Noble 
and Benton. 

O'Connor Thomas, saloon, 39 S. Delaware. 

Oehler David, Rolling Mill saloon, 38 Bluff road, res. same. 

Oehler Ilarman, machinist. City Foundry. 

Oelschlager Benjamin, machinist, res. Ill Fort Wayne ave. 

Off Christian, head sawyer Wishmier's Mill, bds. Henry 
Peel. 

Off Jacob, carpenter, bds. Tremont House. 

Oglesby John H., steamboat clerk, 16 N. Mississippi. 

Oglesby William F., clerk T. H. & R. R. R. depot. 

Ohelar David, foreman shoe manufactory J. K, Sharpe. 

Ohr Aaron D., clerk ticket office Union depot, res. 105 Vir- 
ginia ave. 

Ohr Henry, 48 N. Delaware. 

OHR JOHN H., agent Adams Express Co., res. 92 N. New 
Jersey. 

OHR M. L., daguerreotypist, 45 E. Washington 2d floor, 
bds. Bates House. 

O'Kane Rev. John, (Christian,) 140 N. Tennessee. 

Okey Edward, stone mason, 167 N. New Jersey. 

Okey James D., huckster, res. 139 N. East. 

Okey Joseph B., patent right, 144 N. East. 



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Oliver Theodore, butcher, 101 Railroad. 

Ollom Jacob, teiimster, Elizabeth, bt. Blake and Dunlop. 

Omalley Patrick, jewelry peddler, res. N. Tennessee, W. 
side. bt. First and Second. 

O'Neal Charles, waiter Palmer House. 

O'NEAL HUGH, attorney, cor. Washington and Pennsyl- 
vania, up stairs, bds. Bates House. 

O'Neal John, laborer, 35 E. Market. 

O'Neal Patrick, laborer, 14 E. Georgia. 

O'Neal Richard, (O'Neal & TuU,) res. 105 S. New Jersey. 

O'Neal & Tull, lumber dealers, 146 E. Washington. 

O'Niell William H., clerk W. Jones & Co., res. 56 S. Illi- 
nois. 

ORIENTAL HOUSE, F. Costigan proprietor, S. Illinois 
bt. Maryland and Georgia. 

Orr Greenup B., brick maker, res. 10 W. North. 

Orvis G. B., compiler of the Indianapolis City Directory, 
bds. 35 N. Alabama. 

Osborn S. 0., clerk H. Rosengarten, bds. Little's Hotel. 

Osbourne Samuel, Secretary Governor Willard, res. 16 Cal- 
ifornia. 

OSGOOD JOHN B., house and sign painter, 24 Kentucky 
ave., res. 30 N. Mississippi. 

Osgood Judson R., (0., Smith & Co.,) res. 17 W. Georgia. 

OSGOOD, SMITH & CO., last, peg, hub, spoke and felloe 
manufacturers, 180 S. Illinois. 

Ostermeyer Christian, drayman, 137 E. Ohio. 

Ostermeyer Frederick & Co., dry goods dealers, 189 E. 
Washington, res. 115 E. New York. 

Ostermeyer Louis, sen., 145 Liberty. 

Osvolt Godfried, laborer, 165 Railroad. 

OTT JOHN, French furniture and upholsterer, 117 W. 
Washington, res. same. 

Otte George, steward Wright House. 

Otte William, (Simmelink & 0.,) res. 155 E. Ohio. 

Otten Christian, drayman, res. W. side Walters. 



Palar Louis, employee Bellefontaine freight depot, res. 142 

E. Market. 
Palmer Edward L., (Douglass & P.) bds. N. B. Palmer. 
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PALMER HOUSE, Jesse D. Carmichael proprietor, S. E. 
cor. Washington and Illinois. 

Palmer Nathan B., res. 37 W. Maryland. 

Palmer T. G., deputy Auditor of State, 7 McOuat's block, 
res. 90 N. Illinois. 

Papst William, tailor G. Hotz. 

Paradise Garden, Adam Dietz proprietor, 68 Fort Wayne 
ave. 

PARISETTE JOSEPH, confectioner, 15 N. Illinois, res. 
same. 

PARK & BRADEN, agricultural implements, 84 W. Wash- 
ington. 

Park Theron, (P. & Braden,) res. 2 S. Tennessee. 

Parker Mrs. Catherine, 134 E. Washington. 

Parker James, res. 245 S. Delaware. 

Parker Wilson, brick layer, 103 S. Tennessee. 

Parkman Charles B., Sec'y Rolling Mill Co., bds. W. 0. 
Rockwood. 

Parks Hiram, (col.) carpenter, 76 Benton. 

Parks James, pattern maker B. R. R. shop, res. 31 N. New 
Jersey. 

Parmerlee James C, (Yandes & Co.) res. Brown county. 

Parrish Andrew L., moulder, res. 104 E. McCarty. 

PARRISH H., stock and bill broker, 24 E, Washington. 

Parrish John, machinist City Foundry. 

Parrish Solomon, with I. Davis & Co., res. 104 S. New Jer- 
sey. 

PARROTT HORACE, general ticket agent I. C. & D. & 
W. R. R., oflBce cor. Virginia ave, and Delaware, res. 
141 N. Delaware. 

PARRY, BULLARD & WRIGHT, physicians, 23 S. Me- 
ridian. 

PARRY CHARLES, M. D., 23 S. Meridian, res. 23 N. 
Meridian. 

Parsley Asbury, laborer, 159 N. New Jersey. 

Parson L., messenger Indianapolis and St. Louis American 
Express. 

Partridge Joseph, messenger Adams Express. 

PARVIN THEOPHILUS, M. D., 4 post-office building, 
res. 69 N. Alabama. 

Pascoe James, boiler maker, res. 149 E. Ohio. 

Patten William, tanner, 76 alley, bt. Missouri and West. 

Patterson Mrs. Elizabeth, res. 68 alley, bt. Missouri and 
West. 



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Patterson Mrs., 78 Massachusetts ave. 

Patterson, laborer, bds. 14 E. Ohio. 

Patterson John, carpenter Bjrkit & Beam. 

Patterson J. M., livery stable, 34 E. Maryland, res. 104 

Massachusetts ave. 
Patterson J. P., salesman J. W. Holland, res. 89 N. New 

Jersey. 
PATTERSON ROBERT, superintendent Union R. R. Co., 

office Union depot. 
Patterson Samuel, time keeper Indianapolis and Cincinnati 

T> T> 

PATTERSON SAMUEL J., flour mill, W. Washington, 
near river bank. 

PATTERSON WILLIAM, attorney, 32i W. Washington, 
res. 104 Indiana ave. 

PATTISON HOUSE, A. S. Kingsley, proprietor, 31 N. 
Alabama. 

Pattison E. W., 32 N. Delaware. 

Patton Mrs. Wm., 110 N. Alabama. 

Paul Henry, bootmaker A. Knodle & Son. 

Paxton Mrs. EHzabeth, 3 Circle. 

Payne George, bookkeeper, res. 168 S. Illinois. 

Paynter Edwin W., compositor Daily Citizen. 

Paynter Tobias, tinner, 107 E. Washington, 

Pay ton William, (col.) finisher J. Fishback. 

Peacock William, engineer I. & C. R. R., bds. 89 S. East. 

Pearson Leonard, American Express messenger, bds. Pal- 
mer House. 

Pearsall Peter, prof, of music, res. 26 S. Tennessee. 

Peaslee VV. A., photographist, res. 169 W. Vermont. 

PECK E. J., Sup't. and President T. H. R. R., office at 
depot, res. 39 W. Maryland. 

Peck Thomas, pattern maker, res. 258 S. Delaware. 

Pedicord R. M., sawyer, 179 E. Market. 

Pedlow James, blacksmith, res. 13 E. Georgia. 

Pedlow Robert J., moulder, res. 11 E. Georgia. 

Pee George W., clerk Wright, Blake & Co., res. 186 N. 
Illinois. 

Pegg Francis, painter, 15 Harris. 

Pellens Adolphus J., clerk Wm. Tilly. 

Pellet William, Division Master Central R. R., res. 12 

PENNSYLVANIA HOUSE, Henry Hahn proprietor, 208 
E. Washington, cor. East. 



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W. 



Penrose Geo., brakeman Peru R. R., res. 191 E. Washing- 
ton. 
Perdue M. W., carpenter, res. 239 Massachusetts ave. 
Perham Samuel, M. D., res. 139 S. Tennessee. 
PERKINS SAMUEL E., Judge of Supreme Court. 
Pero Henry, 75 N. Noble. 
Perrin George K., (P. & P.) bds. John Pyle. 
Perrin Henry, machinist Washington Foundry. 
PERRIN & PERRIN, attorneys, 45 E. Washington, 

stairs. 
Perrin Porter K., (P. & P.) bds. John Pyle. 
Perine T. B., engraver and copper plate printer, 17 

Washington, up stairs, res. Tennessee. 
Perine Peter R., agent Smith & Stevenson, 12 Maryland, res. 

14 W. North. 
PERRINE CHARLES 0., news depot and books at Union 

depot, res. 99 S. New Jersey. 
PERRINE JAMES B., bookseller, 1 Odd Fellows' Hall, 

res. 45 N. Illinois. 
Perrot Wm. W., weaver, 200 W. Washington. 
Perrot Samuel, grocer, 200 W. Washington. 
Perry Benjamin, bds. 59 Massachusetts ave. 
PERU & INDIANAPOLIS R. R., depot S. New Jersey. 
Peterson C. D., clerk J. H. Vajen, bds. Wright House. 
Petrie John, boarding and saloon, 222 E. Washington. 
Petty Julius, laborer, 266 Indiana ave. 
PfaflF Thomas B., salesman W. I. Woollen, bds. 35 E. 

Michigan. 
Pfafflin Theodore, (Klotz & P.,) res. 68 N. Mississippi. 
Pfeiffer George, laborer, res. 86 St. Joseph. 
Phalen Martin, currier Yandes & Co. 
Phanhaner Crist, res. 139 N. Alabama. 
Pheelan Patrick, laborer, res. 288 Virginia ave. 
Pheelan William, boiler maker Dumont & Sinker. 
Phelps Allen E., saddler, res. 131 N. Meridian. 
Phelps Simon B., engineer Bellefontaine R. R., res. 102 E. 

Louisiana. ''^ 

Phelps William, assistant agent Madison depot, res. 27 E. 

McCarty. 
Philabaum Samuel, sawyer Osgood, Smith & Co. 
Philbeck John, laborer Kregelo, Blake & Co. 
Phillips Henry G., student, 48 E. Market. 
Phillips John, res. 8 Willard. 
Phillips Joseph, miller, 48 E. Market. 



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Phipps Henry, cooper, res. 144 E. New York. 

PHIPPS ISAAC N., land agent, 28 E. Market, res 
Market. 

Phipps John M., carriage maker, res. 38 E. St. Clair. 

Picknell Samuel, bds. 121 S. Tennessee. 

Piechohowskid M., saloon, 27 N. Alabama. 

Piel W. F,, groceries and dry goods, 240 E. Washington. 

Pierce Winslow S., (McKernan & P.,) res. 65 W. New 
York. 

Pierson Stephen D., (Hobbs & P.,) res. 40 N. Delaware. 

Pifer John, basket maker, 81 Fort Wayne ave. 

Pigg James M., (Eden & P.,) res. 42 E. Louisiana. 

Pigg John, pump maker, bds. 42 E. Louisiana. 

Pittman G. S., res. 52 N. East. 

Pitts George W., ice dealer, res. 78 Indiana ave. 

Plank Isaac, pump maker, res. 182 S. Tennessee. 

Plant Geo., butcher, 193 E. Washington. 

Plasnick Christian, cabinet maker, 145 N. Alabama. 

PLEASANTS JOHN, M. D., 2 N. Pennsylvania, res. 90 
E. Market. 

Plogsterh Victor, stone mason, 164 Liberty. 

PLOWMAN JOHN, marshal Union depot, bds. 91 S. Illi- 
nois. 

Plumer Mrs. Margery, res. 15 Chatham. 

Plummer Mrs. E., 82 E. Market. 

Pogue John W., carriage smith S. W. Drew, res. 10 
East. 

Pohler Wm., laborer, res. 314 Virginia ave. 

Pond Frederick, turner Sloan & Ingersoll. 

Pool A. J., engineer, res. 29 Liberty. 

Pope Christ, bootmaker J. G. Kistner. 

Pope Henry, paper maker, res. cor. West and Vermont 

POPE JOSEPH P., agent, drugs and medicines, 33 
Washington, res. Ill N. East. 

Poppensecker Gottlieb, employee B. R. R. shop, res. 108 S. 
Noble. 

PORTER ALBERT G., (McDonald & P.,) res. 109 N. Del- 
aware. 

Porter Theodore R., tailor, 17 W. Washington, up. stairs, 
bds. John Pyle. 

Pouder Milton, butcher, res. 12 N. East. 

Poule John, carpenter, 107 N. Noble. 

Posey Frank M., compositor Sentinel oiBce, bds. Mrs. Kin- 
der. 



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Poske Richard, bootmaker F. Buclie, 

POST OFFICE, John M. Talbott P. M., 1 and 3 S. Merid- 
ian. 

Postlethwait John, laborer, 217 N. New Jersey. 

Pott Charles, moulder, 216 S. Alabama. 

POTTAGE BENJAMIN, iron, hardware, and saddlery, 72 
W. Washington, res. 91 W. Market. 

Pottage Charles, clerk B. Pottage. 

Potter James B., works G. W. Scribner. 

Potter Mrs. Mary, 36 N. Noble. 

Potter Robert, teamster, res. Tennessee, west side bt. Fifth 
and Sixth. 

Powell Bolden, laborer, res. east side Howard, bt. Second 
and Third. 

Powell M. M., conductor Jeffersonville R. R., res. 239 S. 
Delaware. 

Powell Peterson, laborer, res. Howard, east side bt. Second 
and Third. 

Powell William, agent I. & C. R. R., res. 62 N. Illinois. 

Powers Martin, porter Palmer House. 

Prailes Eugene, bartender F. Ballweg. 

Prange Charles, clerk Hahn, Schnull & Co., bds. 220 E. 
Washington. 

Pratt B. R., messenger American Express, bds. Bates 
House. 

PRATT JACOB S., hardware and cutlery, 2 E. Washing- 
ton, res. 224 N. Illinois. 

PRATT MRS. L. A., milliner, &c., Dunlops row, N. Meri- 
dian. 

PRATT & SINKER, patent lamps, 7 N. Meridian. 

PRATT WILLIAM B., local freight agent P. & I. R. R., 
office at depot, res. 11 E. Michigan. 

Prensler Henry, laborer, 65 Madison ave. 

Pressel Augustus, cabinet maker Sloan & Ingersoll. 

Pressel Chas. C, grocer, cor. Michigan and Tennessee. 

Pressel Mrs. Mary, 72 N. Mississippi. 

Pressel William, machine tender Sloan & Ingersoll. 

Presly, engineer Bellefontaine R. R., res. 75 S. East. 

Price Mrs. C, tutoress primary school N. W. C. Univers- 
ity. 

Price Henry, 110 N. Pennsylvania. 

Price Wm., machinist, res. 73 S. Noble. 

Probus Jeremiah, bootmaker C. Bruner. 

Proden Patrick, moulder Washington Foundry. 



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Pron Frederick, laborer, 195 E. St. Clair. 

Prosser Henry, cutter Dessar & Brothers, bds. Wright 

House. 
Protzman John H., 20 S. Illinois. 
Pursel Jonathan, shoemaker J. Wands & Son, res. 78 S. 

Pennsylvania. 
Pyle John, boarding house, 44 N. Pennsylvania. 



Quarles Mrs. A,, 10 Circle. 

QUARLES WILLIAM, attorney, 35 E. Washington, up 
stairs, bds. 10 Circle. 

Queiser Julius, harness maker Hinesley & Hereth, res. 275 
Virginia ave. 

Quinn James, laborer, 196 S. East. 

Quinn Timothy, brickmaker, res. 189 S. New Jersey. 

Quinn William, steward Tremont House, res. 174 E. Wash- 
ington. 

R 

Radfaren James, assistant workman Gas works. 

Raefer Charles, laborer, 79 Merrill. 

Rafert Charles, (H. R. & Brother,) res. 119 N. Meridian. 

RAFERT H. & BROTHER, carpenters, 195 N. Illinois. 

Rafert Harvey, sen., farmer, res. 198 N. Illinois. 

Rafert Henry, jr., (H. Rf & Brother,) res. 193 N. Illinois. 

Ragen Edmund, boiler maker Dumont & Sinker, res. 168 S. 

Tennessee. 
Raine Thomas, laborer, 25 Railroad. 
RAMSAY'S BLOCK, cor. Illinois and Maryland. 
RAMSAY JOHN F., furniture. 21 S. Illinois, res. 21 W. 

Maryland. 
Ramsey Barton, (col.,) driver Bates House. 
Ramsey Mrs. Elizabeth, (col.,) 147 N. Alabama. 
Ramsey T. A., res. 69 N. Delaware. 
Ramsey Walter L., plumber, 26 Kentucky ave., res. 161 

N. Mississippi. 
Rand Bryant, barber, res. alley bt. Missouri and West. 
RAND FREDERICK, attorney, 26 E. Washington, up 

stairs, res. 162 N. Illinois. 



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Randall Benjamin F., railroader, res. 172 N. Tennessee. 

Randall George, carpenter, res. N. Illinois, W. side, bt. 
Sixth and Seventh. 

Randall John, compositor Journal office, res. 93 Massachu- 
setts ave. 

Randall Nelson, compositor Journal office, res. 116 N, East. 

Rapp Frederick J., plow and wagon maker, 219 E. Wash- 
ington, res. 125 Railroad. 

RASCHIG CHARLES M., cigars and tobacco, 15 E. Wash- 
ington, res. HE. Vermont. 

Raschig Edward, carriage painter Maguire, Clark & Telle- 
camp. 

Raskop George, news agent, res. 182 E. Ncav York. 

Ratti Francis A., pressman Sentinel office, res. 186 N. East. 

Ratti Joseph, compositor Daily Citizen. 

Ray Charles A., (Morrison & R.) res. 80 N. Illinois. 

RAY JAMES M., cashier Bank of the State of Indiana, 
cor. Illinois and Kentucky ave., res. 19 N. Meridian. 

RAY JAMES N., (R. & VVellhouse,) res. 97 Virginia ave. 

RAY HOUSE, M. M. Ray proprietor, cor. Delaware and 
South. 

Ray wid. William, 11 Alabama. 

Ray M. M., proprietor Ray House, cor. Delaware and South. 

RAY & WELLHOUSE, publishers Indiana Farmer, 32 
Sentinel buildings. 

REA JOHN H., clerk U. S. district court. State Bank 
building, cor. Illinois and Kentucky ave. 

Readaminn Henry, laborer, 15 W. St. Clair. 

Reading Charles, carriage trimmer H. R. Gaston. 

RECH MATTHIAS, watches anf jewelry, 80 W. Washing- 
ton, res. same. 

Rechter Augustus, laborer, 309 Virginia ave. 

Rechter Frederick, bricklayer, 39 Hosbrook. 

Rechter William, bricklayer, 41 Hosbrook. 

Recker Godfrey, porter G. T. Browning. 

REDSTONE JOHN II., patent solicitor, 10 S. Meridian, 
res. 127 N. Pennsylvania. 

Redman Dennis, night police, res. 6 Willard. 

Redman Orlean, compositor Daily Citizen. 

Redmond Mrs. Margaret, 298 S. Delaware. 

Redwine John, peddler, 16 Elm. 

Redwine Mathew, laborer, res. 194 Indiana ave. 

REED BENJAMIN F., hats, caps and furs, 22 E. Wash- 
ington, res. 116 N. Pennsylvania. 



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Reed Erastus, engraver, res. 19 S. Mississippi. 

Reed Mrs. John W., 54 N. East. 

Reed Thaddeus, clerk B. F. Reed. 

Reed William K., 155 N. Mississippi. 

Reese Henry, carpenter, 81 N. Davidson. 

Reeves 0. C, livery stable, 194 E. Washington, res. 108 E. 
Ohio. 

REEVES E. & W. M., grocers, 46 W. Washington. 

Reeves Edward, (E. & W. M. R.,) res. 101 N. Meridian. 

Reeves Lewis B., clerk, bds. 101 N. Meridian. 

Reeves W. M., (E. & W. M. R.,) res. 12 W. St. Clair. 

Reffearn James, emplovee gas works, res. 131 S. Alabama. 

Regenauer William, (Elff & R.,) 25 S. Meridian. 

Reger William, cabinet maker Spiegel, Thorns & Co. 

Rehling Charles, shoemaker, 176 E. Washington. 

Rehling William, shoemaker, res, 199 S. Delaware. 

Reibel David, wood-sawyer, 128 W. Maryland. 

Reid Mrs. Julia, 153 Virginia ave. 

REID RASS S., provision and feed store, 118 Virginia ave., 
. res. same. 

Reider Abraham, salesman A. Franco. 

Reilley Edward, laborer, 71 E. Market. 

Reilly James T., salesman W. & H. Glenn. 

Reinfels Henry, brickmaker, 120 Union. 

REINHARDT JOSEPH, locksmith and bellhanger, 49 S. 
Illinois, res. same. 

Reinhardt Ludwig, (R. & Shaefer,) res. 48 Massachusetts 
ave. 

Reinhardt & Shaefer, boots and shoes, 48 Massachusetts 
ave. 

Reinhardt Valentine, cabinet maker, res. 59 Madison ave. 

Reker Hubert, car builder, res, 110 E. Ohio. 

Renards John, stone mason, 151 E. New York. 

Renham James, porter Bates House. 

Renn Michael, laborer, 39 Henry. 

Renner Christian, blacksmith, 61 Bluff road. 

Rensert John, clerk Anton Leier. 

Rentsch Edward, baker, 134S. Illinois, res. same. 

Ressa Conrad, stone mason, E. Washington, W. of Cady. 

Resner Albert, currier Yandes & Co. 

Resner Christian, carpenter, E. Washington, cor. Benton. 

Resner Frederick, laborer Kregelo, Blake & Co. 

Resner Hamilton, employee peg factory, res. 155 S. Mis- 
sissippi. 



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shoemaker C. Loucks, res. 311 Virginia 
laborer Indiana Central R. R. depot, res. 
checkman P. & I. R. R., ras. 144 S. Illi- 



Resner Henry, 
ave. 

Resner William, 
17 Union. 

Resner William 
nois. 

Revels Rev. Willis, (col. Methodist,) res. 119 N. West. 

Rexford Eugene M., 140 E. Market. 

Reynard Eugene, tinner Root, Drake & Co., bds. 151 E. 
New York. 

Reynolds David, 89 N. Noble. 

Reynolds John, clerk James Sulgrove. 

Reynolds John, currier J. Fishback. 

Reynolds John, currier Yandes & Co. 

Reynolds John, carpenter, res. 50 Benton. 

Reynolds Levi S., patent mill machinery, Lockerbie, bt. East 
and Liberty. 

Reynolds Samuel, builder, res. 59 Massachusetts ave, 

Reynolds Thomas, Lockerbie. 

Rhefert William, laborer, 242 Railroad ave. 

Rhile Charles H., bricklayer, 128 N. West. 

Rhoads Charles, carpenter Byrkit & Beam, 129 W. New 
York. 

RHOADS JOHN W., M. D., 18 E. Washington, 3d floor, 
res. 100 N. Meridian. 

Rhoads Joseph, (col.) general business agent, 136 W. Geor- 
gia. 

Rhodes John William, clerk Pratt & Sinker. 

RHODIUS GEORGE, National Saloon and Restaurant, 27 
S. Meridian, res. 60 E. Maryland. 

Richards Richard, stone cutter, 71 N. Missouri. 

Richardson John C, clerk Wright, Blake & Co., bds. Bates 
House. 

Richey John, teamster, 74 N. Missouri. 

Richey Julius, tinner Root, Drake & Co. 

Richison Holman, brick moulder, 247 S. East. 

Richmann & Buchanan, wagon makers, 211 E. Washington. 

Richmann Charles, (R. & Buchanan,) 160 E. Ohio. 

Richmond Mrs. Elizabeth S., 83 E. New York. 

Richter Adolph L, shoemaker 161 E. Washington, res. 
same. 

Richter Florence, bartender Arbor Saloon, res. 39 E. Mich- 
igan. 

Richter Henry, blacksmith Washington Foundry. 



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Richter Henry, (M. Lingenberg & Co.) res. McCarty. 

Riclnvine John, laborer, 98 Davidson. 

Rickards Thomas, carpenter, res. 58 W. Vermont. 

Ricketts William H,, bookbinder Delzell & Tyler. 

Rider Henry, (col.) barber 83 E. Washington, res. 127 W. 
Michigan. 

Riemenschneider H., boot and shoe maker, 179 E. Wash- 
ington. 

Ries John, bartender, 168 E. Washington. 

RIGGS & DAVIDS, meat and vegetables, 67 S. Illinois. 

Riggs John, butcher, res. 103 W. South. 

Riggs Mrs. Lizzie, bds. Farmers' and Drovers' Hotel. 

Riggs Simpson (R. & Davids,) res. 103 W. South. 

Right Aaron, farmer, res. 146 Blake. 

Riley Benjamin F., clerk Postoffice, bds. Macy House. 

RILEY GEORGE W. H., compositor Sentinel office, bds. 
Little's Hotel. 

Riley Henry, (col.,) barber, 93 E. Washington. 

Riley Joseph S., (Klingensmith & R.,) bds. Mrs. Ferguson. 

Riley Wm., huckster, res. S. West. 

Ringer Jacob, laborer, 108 St. Joseph. 

Ringer John Q., car builder Peru depot, res. 92 St. Joseph. 

Rinkin Albert, plasterer, 95 Fort Wayne ave. 

Rinkle Jacob, proprietor Tremont House. 

Rinkle Jacob, jr., clerk Tremont House. 

Rinn Edmund, wagon maker, res. 51 S. New Jersey. 

Rishter Charles, blacksmith, 34 S. Pennsylvania. 

RISING SUN INSURANCE CO., agency 14 S. Meridian, 
up stairs. 

Rittenberg Israel, optician, 27 N. Illinois. 

Rittenhouse William, waiter Palmer House. 

Ritter Peter, marble cutter Wm. A. Keys, res. 72 N. Ala- 
bama. 

Ritser Christian, machinist Washington Foundry. 

Ritzinger J. Babtist, clerk Fletcher's Bank. 

Roasch Charles, clerk, res. 121 E. Market. 

Roberts Charles H., wagon driver B. F. Tuttle. 

Roberts Dwight, bookkeeper W. W. Roberts. 

Roberts Thomas L., machinist, res. 261 Virginia ave. 

Roberts Turner W., (col.,) whitewasher, 41 Indiana ave. 

Roberts Warrington G., clerk Union Foundry, res. 240 S. 
Alabama. 

ROBERTS W. W., drugs and medicines, 14 W. Washing- 
ton, res. 33 E. Ohio. 



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Robertson James, carpenter Brackin & Ayres. 

Robertus Peter, shoemaker C Karles. 

Robinius Frank, grocer, 186 S. Delaware, res. same. 

ROBINSON CHARLES B., superintendent Peru and In- 
dianapolis Railroad, office at depot, res. 249 S. Ala- 
bama. 

Robinson Charles S., carpenter, N. Tennessee, bt. First and 
Second. 

Robinson James, plasterer, 225 S. Alabama. *• 

Robinson Martin S., pattern maker, res. 27 N. East. 

Robinson Robert W., carpenter, 68 N. Missouri. 

Robinson Wm. J. H., deputy sheriff, office Court House, res. 
49 N. Alabama. 

Robison James, carpenter, bds. 74 N. Tennessee. 

Rockey Henry S., paper warehouse and pump dealer, 85 
W. Washington, res. 24 N. West. 

Rockey John, binder Douglass & Palmer. 

ROCKWOOD WILLIAM 0., Treasurer L & C. R. R., 
office at depot, res. 30 S. Tennessee. 

Roda Anthony, laborer, 148 N. Noble. ' 

Rodewold Henry, groceries and liquors, 288 Indiana ave., 
res. same. 

Roe Mrs. Elizabeth, 253 W. Washington. 

Roeback Mrs. Sarah, res. 139 N. Pennsylvania. 

Roesener William, laborer, 144 S. Illinois. 

Roesner Mrs. Elenora, res. 156 S. Tennessee. 

Rofut William, laborer, 153 E. Market. 

Rogers Benjamin F., brickmaker, res. 131 E, Market. 

Rogers James W., bds. Little's Hotel. 

Rogers James A., clerk H. Bassett, res. 140 N. Illinois. 

Rogers Robert N., brick maker, bds. Pennsylvania House. 

Rohen Martin, laborer, res. 80 E. Maryland. 

Rohlfing Christ., brickmaker, res. 150 N. Noble, 

Roll Isaac H., 26 S. Illinois. 

Roll Joseph, 145 N. New Jersey. 

ROLL WILLIAM H., paper hanging warehouse, 16 S. Illi- 
nois, bds. Mrs. Lawton. 

Rommel Henry A., clerk Dessar & Bro., bds. J. Tarlton. 

Romerill Charles E., plasterer, ! 9 W. Maryland. 

Romerill James H., chair maker, bds. 99 \V. Maryland. 

ROOKER S. S. & J. S., painters and glaziers, N. E. cor. 
Illinois and Washington, up stairs. 

Rooker Samuel, (S. S. & J. S. R.) res. 164 N. West. 

Roop John, spinner Merritt & Coughlen. 



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Root Charles H., (R. Drake & Co.) res. 61 Massachusetts 

ave. 
ROOT, DRAKE & CO., iron, stoves, and carriage trim- 
mings, 68 E. Washington. • 
Root Deloss, (R., Drake & Co.) res. 61 Massachusetts ave. 
Root J. B., (R., Drake & Co.) res. 61 Massachusetts ave. 
Root Samuel, painter J. Beale, bds. Ray House. 
Rose Andrew J., engineer Hill & Thompson, res. 157 N. 

;ffast. 
Rose A. D., city marshal, oflBce Odd Fellows' Hall, res. 

HON. East. 
Rose Frank, engineer, resgTO S. Noble. 
Rose James, plumber, bds. 134 N. West. 
Rose Martin, cabinet maker, res. 10 Willard. 
Rosenberg Samuel, (Lindemuth & R.,) 53 \V. Washington. 
ROSENGARTEN IL, M. D., druggist, 86 E. Washington, 

res. 46 N. Delaware. 
Rosengarten Samuel, groceries and provisions, 253 Indiana 

ave, res. 247 Indiana ave. 
Rosenthal Adolph, groceries and liquors, 28 S. Illinois. 
Rosenthal Isaac, M. D., drugs and medicines, 30 S. Illinois, 

res. same. 
Rosmaker Frederick, carpenter, bds. 176 N. Noble. 
Ross Bascomb, binder Douglass & Palmer. 
Ross George, chair maker, 110 N. Mississippi. 
ROSS & HARPER, wholesale grocers and commission 

merchants, 2 Louisiana. 
Ross Jacob, salesman Gulick & Tweed. 
Ross J. IL, coal dealer, res. 174 N. Tennessee. 
Ross John A., engineer Indianapolis and Cincinnati R. R., 

res. 100 S. Noble. 
Ross Norman M., (R. & Harper,) res. 62 E. North. 
Ross Reuben, pump maker, res. 2 Huron. 
Ross Robert, laborer, 231 W. Washington. 
Rossman Charles, saloon, 119 E. Washington. 
Rothert Louis, shoemaker II. Koch, res. 170 S. Alabama. 
Rothrock Valentine, foreman wagon maker Osgood, Smith 

& Co., res. 115 S. New Jersey. 
Rothchild Joseph, (H. Bamberger & Co.,) bds. Tremont 

House. 
Rouen John, laborer, 69 W. Vermont. 
Rourke Thomas, waiter Bates House. 
Routier John P., laborer, 65 Elm. 
Rovet Ferdinand, teacher of French, 178 E. Market. 



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Howell C. T., dentist, 165 Liberty. 

Rowland John, eng-neer GiesendorfF & Co. 

Rozier Aaron, carpenter Kregelo, Blake & Co., 

Rubusli Fletcher, carpenter, 59 N. Noble. 

Rubush Jacob, (Hanwaj & R.,) res. E. of city. 

Ruckle N. D., merchant tailor, 82 E. Washington, up stairs, 
res. N. of city. 

Ruckle N. R., compositor Journal office. 

Rumann August, 131 E. Washington. * 

Rumann Mrs. Natalie, milliner, 131 E. Washington. 

Runnel Jacob W., laborer, res. 15 Willard. 

Runnion William, (Hays & R.,) boarding. 

Rupp John, weaver, bds. 30 Kentucky ave. 

Rusch Charles, clerk Anton Leier. 

RUSCH FREDERICK P., produce and commission, 83 W. 
Washington, bds. Palmer House. 

Ruschhaupt Augustus, clerk J. Brinckmeyer. 

RUSCHHAUPT & BALS, liquor dealers, 82 E. Wasliing- 
ton. 

Ruschhaupt Frederick, (R. & Bals,) res. 61 N. New Jersey. 

Ruschhaupt William, clerk Farmers' Hotel. 

Rush John M. G., compositor J. Fahnestock. 

Rushe Peter, stone cutter, bds. 203 S. Delaware. 

Russ J. H., carpenter, 59 S. West. 

Russell Charles S., res. 45 S. Meridian. 

RUSSELL ERASTUS F., agent Valentine Express Co., 
office Bellefontaine freight house, res. 115 S. Alabama. 

Russell James N., clerk postoffice, res. 81 W. South. 

Russell James, street contractor, 103 Indiana ave. 

Russell John S., carpenter, 284 S. Delaware. 

Russell John W., student Bryant's Commercial College, bds. 
81 W. South. 

Russell Samuel, porter Carlisle House. 

Russell William, saloon, 188 E. Washington. 

Ruth Louis, clerk A. Branninger, bds. 168 Virginia ave. 

Ruthenburg Solomon, currier, res. 121 N. New Jersey. 

Ruzwinkel Gerhard, cigar maker C. C. Hunt. 

RYAN DAVIS, Agent American Express, and U. S. Ex- 
press, S. E. cor. Washington and Meridian, res. 11 W. 
Ohio. 

Ryan Mrs. Ellen, 163 S. Tennessee. 

Ryan James B., (C. A. Elliott & Co.,) res. 100 N. Missis- 
sippi. 

Ryan James, laborer McCord & Wheatley. 



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RYAN RICHARD J., attorney, 30| S. Meridian,- up stairs, 

res. 107 Virginia ave. 
Ryan John, fireman gas works, res. Illinois, N. of limits. 
Ryan Patrick, laborer, 263 S. Delaware. 

Sackett C. O., compositor Sentinel office. 

Sacks John R., cooper, 137 N. Mississippi. 

Saemon Christ, brickmaker, res. 151 N. Noble. 

Sague William B., engineer, res. 61 B. Market. 

Sahn Ludwig, carpenter, 88 Fort Wayne ave. 

Sample & Davis, proprietors Temperance House. 

Sample Samuel C, (S. & Davis,) Temperanoe House. 

Sample Samuel G., clerk Temperance House. 

Santo & Baumann, saloon, 248 W. Washington. 

Sargent Arthur W., clerk Gott & Featherston, res. 160 N. 
Pennsylvania. * 

Sargent Ezra, foreman B. R. R. machine shop, res. 115 E. 
Market. 

Satterlee Charles G., compositor Sentinel office. 

Saunders Absalom, blacksmith, 161 S. Delaware. 

Saunders Charles, clerk J. S. Pratt. 

Saunders Frederick, street sprinkler, res. 99 Bluff road. 

Scarlet George, laborer, 177 S. East. 

Schad M., tailor J. & P. Gramling. 

Schaffer Cornelius, saloon under Palmer House, res. 11 
Circle. 

Schapp Mrs. Elizabeth, res. 26 Union. 

Schech Gustav, carpenter, 37 Spring. 

Scheger Christian, employee T. H. & R. depot, res. 230 S. 
Alabama. 

Schellenberger John, pattern maker Washington Foundry, 
res. 142 N. New Jersey. 

Schellschmidt Friedland, shoe dealer, 93 E. Washington. 

Schellscmidt Adolphus, musician, 110 E. Ohio. 

Scherrer John, carpenter, Elizabeth, bt. Blake and Dun- 
lop. 

Schindler Robert, porter H. A. Fletcher & Co. 

Schindler Robert, physician, 244 E, Washington. 

Schissler Conrad, laborer, 152 N. New Jersey. 

Schlentz Frederick, cooper, res. 88 Union. 

Schley George, compositor. Journal office. 



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Schloer Christian, saloon and shoemaker, 76 Fort Wayne 

ave. ^ 
Schlathner Valeatiue, cabinet maker, Spiegel, Thoms & Co. 
Schmidt Edward, steward Union House. 
Schmidt Henry, cabinet maker N. Jose. 
Schmmel Joseph, proprietor Gait House, 98 and 100 S. 

Illinois. 
Schmucker Lewis, cabinet maker, Spiegel, Thoms & Co. 
Schmitz Anwalt, tinner, res. 137 Railroad. 
Schneider John, moulder, res. Railroad ave. bt. Merrill & 

McCarty. 
Schneider Nicholas, saloon, 167 E. Washington. 
Schnell Zacharias, gardener, 78 E. Pratt. 
Schnull Augustus, (Hahn, S. & Co.) res. 220 E. Washington. 
SchnuU Henry, (Hahn, S. & Co.) res. 5 N. Noble. 
Schoff Able, brick maker, res. 49 N. Noble. 
Schomberg William, shoemaker, res. 3 N. New Jersey. 
Schoppenhorst William, groceries and provisions, 101 E. 

Washington, res same. 
Schott Joseph, groceries, &c., 117 E. Washington, res. 

same. 
Schove Frederick, laborer, 291 Virginia ave. 
Schove Jacob, laborer, res. 212 S. Alabama. 
Schrader Christopher, laborer, I. C. R. R. depot, res. 92 E. 

McCarty. 
Schrader Christopher, laborer, 141 N. Liberty. 
Schrader Rudolph, finisher, bds. 180 S. Delaware. 
Schroeder Charles, employee Washington Foundry. 
Schroeder Henry, brewer, res. 16 S. Alabama. 
Schroeder Henry, clerk Robert Browning. 
Schroeder John, tailor B. Kalish. 
Schroeder John A., 70 N. Mississippi. 
Schroeder Rodolph, painter, bds. 3 N. New Jersey. 
Schulemeyer Louis C, clerk Wm. Hannaman. 
Schulmier Frederick, laborer, 55 St. Mary. 
Schultz Henry, blacksmith, 92 Fort Wayne ave. 
Schultz Jacob, laborer, 166 N. East. 
Schultzmier Charles, drayman, 193 E. St. Clair. 
Schurr Charles, baker A. Metzger. 

Schurr George, Kansas saloon, E. Washington cor. Benton. 
Schuyler Frank J., compositor Sentinel office. 
Schwab John, saloon Farmers' Hotel. 
Schwartz Christopher, employee Washington Foundry. 
Scwaemlein E., merchant tailor, 157 E. Washington. 



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Schweimhart Peter, grocer, 131 N. East, res. same. 

Schwomier Charles, draj^man, res. 87 BluflF road. 

Schwomier Henry, cooper, Noble, near Massachusetts ave. 

Scinn Mrs. Hannah, res. 322 S. Delaware. 

Scott Adam, (S. Nicholson & Co.,) res. 122 E. Michigan. 

Scott Albert, 71 Spring. 

Scott Amos, 87 Davidson. 

Scott Erastus, bookbinder, res. 27 E. Georgia. 

Scott J. M., law student Benjamin Harrison, bds. 110 N. 

New Jersey. 
Scott John, laborer, res. N. Illinois, W. side, bt. Third and 

Fourth. 
Scott, Nicholson & Co., building stone, Delaware, bt. Wash- 
ington and iMaryland. 
Scott Samuel P., chair maker Sloan & Ingersoll. 
Scott William, runner American House. 
Scollard Nicholas, wagon maker W. Montague, res. 21 E. 

Georgia. 
Scribner T. T., bds. G. B. Scribner. 
Scribner George B., mineral water and beer, Wabash, bt. 

Noble and Liberty, res. 177 E. Ohio. 
Scudder Caleb, boarding, 46 W. Market. 
Scudder Edward D., clerk, res. 14 E. Ohio. 
Scudder Edward, fish dealer, 18 E. Market. 
Scull Joseph P., carriage maker, res. 123 N. Alabama. 
Seaman Edward, railroader, res, 146 W. Market. 
Sears Andrew, laborer, res. 18 S. East. 
Sebastian Benjamin, bricklayer, 123 Massachusetts ave. 
Secrest Charles, brick mason, res. 205 S. Alabama. 
Secrest Nathan, student at Ketcham & Coffin. 
Secrist Henry A., confectioner, 77 S. Illinois. 
SeehofFer Frank, cabinet maker, bds. 3 Kentucky ave. 
Seele Henry, brickmaker, 174 Liberty. 
Seele H. N., carpenter A. Brouse, res. 173 N. New Jersey. 
Seibert Cicero, blacksmith, bds. 91 S. East. 
Seibert Hiram, blacksmith, res. 91 S. East. 
Seibert Samuel, blacksmith, 252 E. Washington, res. 3 N. 

Liberty. 
SEIDENSTICKER A., attorney and notary, also editor 

Indiana Volksblatt, 95 E. Washington, res. 37 N. New 

Jersey. 
Seifert A., butcher, Washington, res. 87 S. Illinois. 
Seifart Frederick, porter California House. 
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Selgrove Eli C, res. 117 N. Alabama. 

Sells Michael, grocer, res. 89 E. Market. 

Semmons Herman, optician, 27 N. Illinois, res. same. 

Senior John W., painter, bds. 90 Massachusetts ave. 

Senior Mrs. P., 90 Massachusetts ave. 

Serrin Thomas H., cor. Tennessee and St. Clair. 

Servison William, brakeman I. & L. R. R., bds. 26 Michi- 
gan ave. 

Sessions T. Baldwin, saddlery and carriage hardware, 44 E. 
Washington, bds. John Pyle. 

Severance Francis M., machinist, bds. 36 E. St. Clair. 

Severin & Co., grocers and feed dealers, 247 N. New Jer- 
sey. 

Severin Henry, (S. & Co.,) bds. 76 E. St. Clair. 

Seward John, cabinet maker, res. 43 McCarty. 

Sewell Joseph, cage maker, 100 N. Tennessee. 

Seybold James H., marble cutter, bds. John Tarlton. 

Seybold Mahlon, wheat agent, res. 121 E. Ohio. 

Shade Gottlieb, carriage maker S. W. Drew, res. 52 David- 
son. 

Shade Matthias, tailor, 91 Fort Wayne ave. 

Shade Reuben W., salesman W. & H. Glenn. 

Shaddock Abijah, Osgood, Smith & Co. 

Shae Jeremiah, laborer, Patterson, bet. Elizabeth and 
North. 

ShaefFer Henry, laborer, 67 alley bt. Mississippi and Mis- 
souri. 

Shaefer Henry, (Reinhardt & S.,) res. 48 Massachusetts 
ave. 

Shaffener Jacob, laborer, 219 N. Noble. 

Shaler Henry, striker, res. 101 E. South. 

Shander Nicholas, 39 N. Noble. 

Shannon Edward, engineer Bates' City Mills, bds. R. P. 
Finney. 

Shar John, laborer, 199 E. Ohio. 

Sharp Ebenezer B., clerk Mills, Alford & Co. 

Sharp George, cigar maker G. F. Meyer. 

SHARPE JAMES M., secretary Indiana and Illinois Cen- 
tral R. R. Co., 8 Blake's building, second floor, res. 10 
W. New York. 

SHARPE JOSEPH K., leather and shoe dealer, 90 E. 
Washington, res. 65 N. Pennsylvania. 

SHARPE THOMAS H., banker, S. W. cor. Washington 
and Pennsylvania. 



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Sliarpe Stephen, first engineer Capital- Mills. 

Sliaiib George, shoemaker, res. 125 N. Noble. 

Shaub Jacob, shoemaker C. Karle. 

Slumb John, laborer, 129 N. Noble. 

Shaub Peter, express wagon, 123 N. Noble. 

Shaupner Gottlieb, carpenter, 63 St. Joseph. 

Shaw Augustus, clerk P. J. Hindes. 

Shaw & Corliss, homoeopathists, Maryland bt. Pennsylvania 
and Delaware. 

Shaw John, clerk, res. 51 S. New Jersey. 

Shaw Victor, plasterer, cor. Michigan and Mississippi. 

Shawver Alexander, 40 N, Noble. 

Shawver Christopher J., saddler James Sulgrove. 

Shea Cornelius, laborer, bds. 105 W. New York. 

Shea Michael, laborer, 55 St. Joseph. 

Shea Michael, laborer, S. end Missouri. 

Shea Roger, laborer, res. 105 VV.New York. 

Shearer George, pump maker, res. 336 S. Delaware. 

Shcedy Daniel, laborer, 302 S. Delaware. 

Sheehy Michael, porter Fitzgibbon & Co., res. 15 E. Mc- 
Carty. 

SHEETS & BRADSN, blank books and paper, 77 W. 
Washington, Mill 116 W. Market. 

Sheets William, (S. & Braden,) res. 51 N. Pennsylvania. 

Shepherd William, passenger runner, bds. Palmer House. 

Sherbourne William, engineer T. H. & R. K. R., bds. Tre- 
mont House. 

Shereden & Gibbs, crockery, &c., E. Washington, near 
limits. 

Sherling Nicholas, 158 Liberty. 

SHERLOCK E. T., lessee and manager Metropolitan The- 
ater, cor. Washington and Tennessee. 

Sherman Gustavus, (Kregelo, Blake & Co.,) res. 29 N. Me- 
ridian. 

Sherman Paul, harness maker James Sulgrove, res. 33 W. 
New York. 

Sherwood H. L., attorney, bds. American House. 

Sherwood William 0., carpenter, bds. 135 W. Market. 

Shewmaker Frederick, cabinet maker Weaver & Williams. 

Shewmaker John, laborer, 147 E. Ohio. 

Shiffer Otho, foreman Geisendorff k Co. 

Shildmeier F. (S. & Meyer,) res. 144 E. Washington. 

Shildmeier & Meyer, merchant tailors, 144 E. Washington. 

Shine John, laborer, 38 S. Noble. 



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Shmedt Henry, corporation garden, E. "Washington near 
limits. 

Shmidt Adolph., clerk J. P. Mickal, bds. 135 W. Mary- 
land. 

Scmidt John, cooper J. P. Mickal, bds. 135 W. Maryland. 

Sholes L., messenger American Express, bds. Bates House. 

Shove William, brick maker, Walters. 

Shooff Valentine, carpenter, res. 190 E. Market. 

Shoemaker Mrs. Mary, 15 W. Maryland. 

Shortridge A. F., Sec'y Indianapolis Journal Co., res. 118 
N. Illinois. 

Shoup John, moulder Washington Foundry. 

Shou'^ter Theodore, blacksmith Washington Foundry. 

Shrader Frederick, (Himbag & Co.,) res. 192 Noble. 

Shrader Frederick, bootmaker C. Bruner. 

Shrader Louis, res. 144 N. Liberty. 

Shreader Christian, assistant Bryant's Commercial College. 

Shreke Christopher, carpenter, 194 N. Noble. 

Shuer John, 35 N. Noble. 

Shumm Julius, res. 197 N. Alabama. 

Shumacher Henry, laborer, 58 N. Noble. 

Shurr Leonard, watchmaker, 64 Davidson. 

Shwiho Charles, porter Fitzgibbon & Co. 

Shwormiel Henry, cooper, res. 180 N. Noble. 

Shyrock Hilliery, tailor Dessar & Bros. 

Sibert Cicero, blacksmith II. Sibert. 

Sibert Hiram, wagon maker and blacksmith, 43 Virginia ave., 
res. S. East. 

Sibird David, blacksmith, res. 75 E. Market. 

Sibird George W., book keeper, res. 75 E. Market. 

Sickles Rev. William, (0. S. Presbyterian,) res. 170 N. Illi- 
nois. 

Siegrist Rev. S., (German Catholic,) res. 46 S. Delaware. 

Sier Philip, blacksmith, bds. 62 N. East. 

Silking William, baker at 91 E. Washington. 

Silver John, teamster, 160 E. Ohio. 

Simcox John W., saddler, bds. 15 VV. Maryland. 

Simmelink & Otte, carpenters, 34 Liberty. 

Simmelink WilHam, (S. & Otte,) res. 157 E. Ohio. 

Simmons Rev. James B., (Baptist,) res. 93 E. Ohio. 

Simms J., cupalo tender City Foundry. 

Simon Anthony, brickmaker, res. 119 E. South. 

Simon Peter, currier, res. 141 E. Market. 

Simons George, boarding, 31, 33 and 35 N. Illinois. 



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Simonton Calvin, mill wright, res. 184 S. Pennsylvania. 

Simpson Archibald, foreman Lawrencebiirg machine shop, 
res. 99 Bates. 

Simpson M. & R., grocers, 58 E. South. 

Simpson Matt., (M. & R. S.,) bds. Ray House. 

Simpson Nicholas, flour and feed, 167 S. Delaware. 

Simpson Richard, (M. & R. :<.,) bds. Ray House. 

Simson James B., carpenter, res. 130 E. Ohio. 

Sinker Edward T., (Dumont & S.,) res. 101 Virginia ave. 

Sinking Fund office. State bank building, cor. Blinois and 
Kentucky ave. 

Sipple L. P., conductor I. P. & C. R. R., bds. Bates 
House. 

Sirronia Leonidas D., hair dresser G. F. Gleason. 

Skelley Matthew, steward American House. 

Slater Richard D., jr., clerk Post Office. 

Sloan George W., clerk Robert Browning, bds. 83 S. Ten- 
nessee. 

SLOAN & INGERSOLL, furniture and chair raanufaotu- 
rers, 197 S. Pennsylvania, warerooms 150 S. Dela- 
ware. 

Sloan John, (S. & Ingarsoll,) res. 83 S. Tennessee. 

Sloan Samuel, carpenter, res. 1 Willard. 

Sloan William, cabinet maker Sloan & Ingersoll. 

Small David, carpenter, 153 N. East. 

Small Rev. Gilbert, bds. 78 Massachusetts ave. 

Smallholts John, laborer, 192 VV. Maryland. 

Smalley William, farmer, 192 E. St. Clair. 

Smalzried Charles, butcher, bds. 107 W. Michigan. 

Sraidt Frederick, striker, Walters, cor. McCarty. 

Smidt Frederick, laborer, 30 N. Noble. 

Smidt George, laborer, 95 Railroad. 

Smith A. B., general agent, 80 W. Georgia. 

Smith Alkin, res. 143 E. New York. 

Smith Andrew J., conductor I. C. R. R., bds. American 
House. 

Smith Andrew, engineer, res. 69 E. Merrill. 

Smith Miss Annie, 36 E. Ohio. 

Smith B. C, harness maker, 81 N. Meridian. 

Smith Benjamin, brickmaker, 148 E. Market. 

SMITH CHARLES, editor National Democrat, cor. Merid- 
ian and Maryland, res. 118 N. West. 

Smith Charles C, bds. Wright House. 

Smith Clark A., merchant, bds. 115 N. New Jersey. 



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Smith E. M., carpenter Byrkit & Beam, res. 92 W. New- 
York. 

Smitli Francis, attorney, College Hall, bds. Bates House. 

Smith Frederick, groceries, &c., 126 N. Mississippi. 

Smith F. H., director Union Railway Co., ojfice Union de- 
pot. 

Smith Geo., cabinet maker Spiegel, Thoms & Co. 

Smith Henry, laborer, 154 N. New Jersey. 

Smith Henry, blacksmith Washington Foundry. 

Smith Hugh F., (S. & Stevenson,) res. Lawrenceburgh, Ind. 

Smith Hugh H., shoemaker, 19 Alabama. 

Smith James R., foreman last maker, Osgood, Smith & Co. 

Smith James, brickmaker, cor. East and McCarty, res. 267 
S. East. 

Smith J. P., carpenter Washington Foundr3^ 

Smith John, brakeman, res. 324 S. Delaware. 

Smith John, shoemaker, res. 7 E. North. 

Smith John, currier J. Fishback. 

Smith John, messenger American Express, res. 48 Cali- 
fornia. 

Smith Rev. John C, (Methodist,) res. 115 N. New Jersey. 

Smith John C, carpenter, res. W. St. Clair, bt. Michigan 
and Indiana ave. 

Smith J. G., blacksmith, 167 Massachusetts ave., res. 84 N. 
New Jersey. 

Smith John J., driver express wagon No. 1, res. 68 St. 
Mary. 

Smith John W., saloon 169 W. Washington, res same. 

Smith Joseph, blacksmith, res. 32 Elm. 

Smith & LaRue, ornamental plasterers, Kentucky ave., near 
W. Washington. 

Smith Larrie, porter B. R. R office. 

Smith Leonard, laborer, 26 Union. 

Smith Lewis, carpenter, 73 N. Noble. 

Smith Louis, bar tender Gait House saloon. 

Smith Mrs, M. C, boarding 35 N. Alabama. 

SMITH & MORGAN, merchant tailors, 35 E.Washington. 

Smith Nathan, laborer, res. 170 Railroad ave. 

Smith Nelson, engineer Byrkit & Beam. 

Smith Hon. Oliver 11^, attorney, res. 51 N. Tennessee. 

Smith Patrick, (col.,) barber, 3 N. Illinois. 

Smith Richard, teamster, 51 Union. 

Smith Samuel F., (Osgood, Smith & Co.,) res. 42 S. Me- 
ridian. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 151 



Smith Samuel P., machinist 'Washington Foundry, res. 170 
N. New Jersey. 

Smith Mrs. Sophia, dress maker, 86 Pratt. 

Smith & Stevenson, coal, salt and shingles, 12 W. Mary- 
land. 

Smith Stephen, news agent, 131 N. Mississippi. 

Smith T. M., 126 E. Washington. 

Smith William, clerk J. S. Dunlop. 

Smith Wm., (S. & Morgan,) res. 37 N. Delaware. 

Smith Wm., railroader, res. 77 S. New Jersey. 

SMITH REV. Wx\I. C, (Methodist,) res. 107 N. Alabama. 

Smith Wm. F., clerk R. Browning, bds. 91 E. Ohio. 

Smith Washington, drayman, res. 107 S. Alabama. 

Smither John, gunsmith, 51 Indiana ave. 

Smock Mrs. Nancy, 17 Huron. 

Smock, lumber piler Gay & Stevens. 

Smock William C, deputy recorder, office Court House. 

Sueider P., hostler Johnston's livery stable, res. 181 E, 
Ohio. 

Snider Jacob, bookkeeper E. C. Mayhew & Co., bds. Ray 
House. 

Snyder D. E., bookkeeper Branch of the Bank of the State, 
res. 9 E. North. 

Snyder Leonard, cabinet ware rooms, res. 149 N. Delaware. 

Soadtbrock, tail sawyer Wishmier Mills. 

Socks Daniel, clerk Walker & Hubbard. 

Soenke Charles, currier J. Fishback. 

Somsel Jacob, boarding, 59 N. Mississippi. 

Sonnefeld Henry, carpenter, 109 W. South. 

Sonderegger Fidel, news agent, 149 E, Market. 

Sorhrer William, brickmaker, res. 241 S. Delaware. 

Sorter William, turner, res. W. end Merrill. 

South Alexander, blacksmith, res. W. end Merrill. 

Southard James P., 68 E. Vermont. 

SOUTHARD M. R., agent A. Sumner & Co., 19 W. Wash- 
ington, bds. 230 N. Illinois. 

Southard Samuel L., messenger Adams & Co's. Express, res. 
200 N. Illinois. 

Spangenberg George D., shoemaker, 76 S. Noble. 

Spann James R., boarding, cor. Seventh and N. Tennessee. 

Spann John S., office 8 Blake's building, res. 73 N. Penn- 
sylvania. 

Sparrow Thomas, salesman Glaser & Brothers, bds. Macy 
House. 



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Spater Jacob, 54 St. Mary. 

Spears Mrs. Brazilla, (col.,) carpet weaver, 63 S. Noble. 

Speckman Henry, cigar maker Wm. Dietrich. 

Spencer Erastus S., general freight agent 1. P. & C. R. R. 

Spencer James, (col.,) white washer, 135 N. Tennessee. 

Spencer & Keely, grocers, 206 E. Washington. 

Spencer Milton, (S. & Keely,) res. 24 N. New Jersey. 

Spencer W. S., traveling agent G. W. Hawes. 

Sperry Jacob R., cabinet maker Sloan & Ingersoll. 

Spicer Bloomfielcl M., carpenter, Vermont bt. Delaware and 

Alabama, res. 231 N. Tennessee. 
Spiegel Christian, (S., Thorns & Co.,) res. 180 E. Vermont. 
SPIEGEL, THOMS & CO., furniture manufacturers, 223 

E. Washington, ware rooms 73 W. Washington. 
Spier Gottlieb, laborer, 144 N. Liberty. 
Spilker Frederick, brickmaker, res. 82 S. Noble. 
Spillman Wesley L., sawyer Osgood, Smith & Co., res. 153 

S. Tennessee. 
SPINNEY W. N., boots and shoes, 4 W. Washington 
Splane Thomas, laborer, 29 Davidson. 
Splain Morris, laborer, 184 E. Market. 
Spotts William, (Hill & S.) res. 51 E. Ohio. 
Sprandle George, clerk J. A. Vinnedge. 
Sprigs Rome, sawyer Gay & Stevens. 
Springer David, carpenter, 5 Chatham. 
Springsteen Abram, brick layer, 37 N. East. 
Springsteen Jefferson, painter, 31 Peru. 
Springsteen John, carpenter, 60 Davidson. 
Sproule William K., 14 S. Illinois. 
Sprow Mrs. Jacob, 161 Alabama. 
Staats & English, painters and glaziers, cor. Meridian and 

Washington, up stairs. 
Staats George D., (S. & English,) res. 6 E. Michigan. 
Stagg Charles W., local editor Daily Citizen, res. 76 W. 

New York. 
Stahlhert Frederick, carpenter, 99 Railroad. 
Stahlin Martin, bartender Washington Hall, res. 48 Indiana 

ave. 
Stallard Mrs. Clara, boarding, 24 Virginia ave. 
Stallhood Charles, carpenter, res. First, bt. N. Illinois and 

N. Meridian. 
Stanton William, machinist Williamson & Haugh, bds. 53 

Massachusetts ave. 
Staple Michael, teamster, res. 45 Spring. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 153 



Stapp James H., constable, res. 184 N. Delaware. 

Stark Armon, shoemaker, 132 N. East. 

STARR JOHN C, carpenter and builder, 105 W. Market, 

res. 101 W. South. # 

Staub Joseph, merchant tailor 6 E. Washington, res. same. 
Staus Gus., machinist Washington Foundry. 
Steacy Joseph, carpenter Kregelo, Blake & Co. 
Stebbins John, sheet iron worker Dumont & Sinker, res. 54 

N. Noble. 
Stechhan Louis, upholsterer and paper hanger, 66 Hos- 

brook. 
STEDMAN ELK ANA H R, M. D., alopathic, 22 E. 

Market, res. 40 N. East. 
Stedman Percival, clerk I. & C. R. R., res. 40 N. East. 
Steel William H., car builder, res. 159 N. East. 
Steely Wallace, (Crane & S.,) 19 W. Washington. 
Steierberg Charles, carpenter, res. 203 S. Delaware. 
Steiner Jacob, engineer, bds. 42 Bates. 
Steinmann George, tailor J. Steinmann, 
STEINMANN JOHN, tailor and renovator, cor. Wash- 
ington and Illinois, up stairs, res. 101 N. Mississippi. 
Steinmeyer Christian, 125 E, Market. 
Stelhorn Christian F., carpenter, res, 176 N. Noble. 
Stelhorn Frederick, carpenter, res. 182 N. Noble. 
Stelzel John, hair dresser Henning & Weinberger. 
STERN REV. M. G. I., (German Reformed,) res. at 

church. 
Steubing Philip, employee Central R. R. car shop, res. 119 

N. Noble. 
Stevens Alexander P., compositor Sentinel office, bds. 142 

Virginia ave. 
Stevens George D., (Learned & S., and Gay & S.,) res. 39 

W. Michigan. 
Stevens Levi, brickmaker, res. cor. East and McCarty. 
Stevens Mrs. Merinda, res. 142 Virginia ave. 
Stevens T. M., M. D., 172 E, Washington, up stairs. 
Stevenson C. S., cashier Branch of the Bank of the State 

of Indiana, res. 94 N. West. 
Stevenson Columbus, (Smith & S.,) res. 94 N. West. 
Stevenson Rev. David, (Third Presbyterian,) res. 248 N. 

Illinois. 
Stevenson Richard, clerk Smith & Stevenson. 
Stewart Mrs. Anne, 51 N. Meridian. 
Stewart Andrew, farmer, Elizabeth, bt. Blake and Dunlop. 



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Stewart Akson, (col.,) cook, res. 137 N. Tennessee. 
STEWART & BOWEN, books and stationery, 18 W. Wash- 
ington. 
Stewart Charles G., with 8||ewart & Bowen. 
Stewart I. Austin, clerk I. McTaggert. 
Stewart Jacob, teamster, 326 S. Delaware. 
Stewart John, farmer, 52 N. East. 
Stewart John A., brakeman T. H. & R. R. R., res. 13 

Union. 
Stewart Josiah, blacksmith, bds. 221 S. East. 
Stewart Robert, carpenter, res. 207 S. Alabama. 
Stewart Robert R., superintendent Witness office, res. 136 

E. Washington. 
Stewart Thomas, bds. 207 S. Alabama. 
Stewart Thomas W., messenger American Express, bds. 

Bates House. 
Stewart William, (S. & Bowen,) res. 99 N. New Jersey. 
Stich Floribert, carpenter, bds. 180 S. Delaware. 
Stiedel George, (S. & Drotz,) 55 N. Noble. 
Stiedel & Drotz, file makers, Noble, bt. Ohio and New 

York. 
Stieman Charles, teamster, res. 50 Union. 
Stiers Wm. M., journeyman tinner, bds. Wright House. 
Stiltz Daniel, laborer, 89 Fort Wayne ave. 
Stilhorn, Nieman & Co., carpenters, North, near Noble. 
Stilz Frederick, laborer, 121 Fort Wayne ave. 
Stilz J. G., (Birkenmeyer & Co.,) Virginia ave., S. E. of 

limits. 
Stirk James, wheelwright, res. 131 E. New York. 
Stoacker William, dyer and scourer, 171 W. Washington. 
Stokes Richard ]M., carpenter Byrkit & Beam, res. 126 E. 

Market. 
Stolte Henry, laborer, 135 E. McCarty. 
Stolte William, clerk, res. 243 S. Delaware. 
Stolting Frederick, carpenter, 54 Indiana ave. 
Stolting Lewis, carpenter F. Dickman & Co. 
Stoneman William H., book keeper Fitzgibbon & Co., bds. 

Samuel Beck. 
Story Thomas, deputy Secretary of State, 11 McOuat's 

block, bds. Palmer House. 
Stoufer John, switchman Union depot, cor. Pennsylvania 

and Railroad. 
Stour John, res. Wabash, N. side, bt. Market and Ohio. 
Stout Benjamin G., (0. B. S. & Bros.) bds. 23 Indiana ave. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 155 



Stout Carliart, coal dealer, res. 101 S. Tennessee. 

Stout Mrs., 135 E. New York. 

Stout David L., (0. B. S. & Brothers,) bds. 23 Indiana 
ave. 

Stout Ira L., bricklayer, 127 N. Meridian. 

STOUT 0. B. & BROS., wholesale and retail grocers, 42 
W. Washington. 

Stout Oliver B., (0. B. S. & Brothers,) bds. 23 Indiana ave. 

STOUT OLIVER, M. D., allopathist, 23 Indiana ave. 

Stout Remsen, carpenter, res. 59 Madison ave. 

Stout Richard C, (0. B. S. & Brothers,) bds. 23 Indiana 
ave. 

Stout Robert, carpenter Washington Foundry. 

Stowell Myron A., (Willard & S.,) res. 153 N. Illinois. 

Strange William, notary public, 208 E. Vermont. 

Strassner Frederick, tailor Harmon & Wolff. 

Straub Albert, saddler, 183 Massachusetts ave., res. same. 

Straub Frederick, cook Union Hall Saloon. 

Street Lewis, (J. Carter & Co.,) bds. 34 N. Pennsylvania. 

Streicher Jacob, carpenter, 121 Fort Wayne ave. 

STRINGFIELD W0( )DFORD, attorney, 3 McOuat's block, 
up stairs, res. 22 W. Michigan. 

Strobel John, shoemaker, res. Fourth, N. side, bt. Tennes- 
see and Mississippi. 

Stroll John, hostler Wm. Wilkison. 

Strop Lawrence, brakeman I. & L. R. R., bds. 26 Michigan 
ave. 

Strubinger George, laborer, res. 269 N. Illinois. 

Stuck Mathias, teamster, res. 146 E. McCarty. 

Stuck Wm., brickmaker, res. 279 S. East. 

Stuckland Daniel II., superintendent Street's paper mill. 

Stuckmier & Co., carpenters, E. Maryland. 

Stuckmier John H., (S. & Co.,) res. 24 S. Alabama. 

Stukar Charles, (Himbag & Co.,) res. 27 Peru. 

Stump Mrs. Annie E., res. 73 Davis. 

Stump George, bricklayer, bds. 73 Davis. 

Stump John, carpenter, E. Washington, near limits. 

Stumph Henry, stone mason, res. 228 N. Alabama. 

Stumph John, stone mason, 103 Railroad. 

Stumph John, stone mason, res. 125 S. Illinois. 

Stundon Thomas, laborer, 43 E. Louis'ana, 

Stuart John, turner Osgood, Smith & Co. 

Subrook Franz Heinrich, laborer, 120 Davidson. 

Suddith George, pumpmaker, res. 55 McCarty. 



156 INDIANAPOLIS 



WM. MOFFITT, 




DEALER IN 

M DRUGS &l!l[DICIN[mi[MI!:iilS, 

PAIMTS, OILS, VARNISHES & DYE STUFFS, 

Perfumery and Toilet Goods, Pure Wines and Liquors, Spices. 

No. 172 East Washington Street, 

OPPOSITE LITTLE'S HOTEL, INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 




BYRKIT & BEAM, 

Cor. of Georgia and Tennessee, 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 

mm\m & mmi 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



ISH, DOORS & BLINDS, 

AND ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF 

BUILDIl^G MATERIALS, 



B^* Those intending to build would do Avell to call and 
examine our prices and facilities for doing and furnishing 
work, before contracting elsewhere. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 159 



Sutphen James, engineer Lawrenceburg R. R., res. 155 
Virginia ave. 

Sutton Joseph, plasterer, res. 18 S. West. 

Sveer Glirist., drayman, 135 S, Alabama. 

Swaliill Charles, porter W. H. Talbott & Co. 

Swain James, clerk Post Office, res. Illinois, N. of Wash- 
ington. 

Swanie James, laborer, 177 S. East. 

Swartz Christ., laborer, 166 N. Noble. 

Swartz i\lrs. Mary, 129 Railroad. 

Sweble Paul, fireman Indianapolis and Cincinnati R. R., 
bds. 42 Bates. 

Sweeny Patrick, laborer, 241 S. Pennsylvania. 

Sweetser George M., clerk Post Office. 

Sweetser James N., attorney, 23 E. Washington, second 
floor, res. 50 N. Pennsylvania. 

Sweinhart Edwin, shoemaker, 144 E. North. 

Sweinhart, William, cutter Hahn, Schnull & Co. 

Swein Amos, carpenter, 66 N. New Jersey, 

Swicho Charles, laborer, 87 Union. 

Swift Mrs. Mary, 51 E. Market. 

Swimmier Wm., cooper, 187 N. Noble. 

Swing Edward, salesman Gulick & Tweed. 

Syerup Henry, general store 119 N. East, res. same. 

Sym James, cupola tender, res. 222 S. Alabama. 



Taene Frederick, grocer, 167 S. Tennessee, res. same. 

Taffe Aaron, carpenter, res. 270 Indiana ave. 

Taffe George, res. 149 N. East. 

Taffe Hannibal, res. 149 N. East. 

TAGGART SAMUEL, machinist and patentee City Foun- 
dry, res. 64 N. Mississippi. 

TALBOT REV. J. C, (Episcopal,) res. 13 Circle. 

Talbott Allen, engineer, res. 103 E, Georgia. 

Talbott James, register land office, bds. N. Tennessee. 

Talbott R. C, groceries, &c., 101 VV. Washington. 

TALP>OTT JOHN M., Postmaster, res. 66 N. Tennessee. 

TALBOTT W. H. & CO., watches and jewelry, 24 E Wash- 
ington. 

Talbott Washington H., (W. II. T. & Co.,) res. 7 W. Ohio. 

Talkin^ton Robert, 141 N. Noble. 



160 INDIANAPOLIS 



F. M. MOTHERSHEAD. 



mOTHERSHEAD $c COX, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 

mm$ mn mmmtz 

PEHFUMBRY AND FANCY GOODS, 

NO. 18 EAST WASHINGTON STREET, 

ZITSIAITAFOLIS, IIVS. 



No. 82 East ^Vasliington Street, 

(OVER RUSCHHAUPT & BALS' LIQUOR STORE,) 
A. G. WILLARD. A. B. WILLARD. 

A. B. WILLARD « CO., 

DEALERS IN 

BIO. 40 WEST WASHINGTON STBEET, 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 

JOHN STEINMANN, 

IRCHIllil mU, m RlNOYilOR, 

North-east cor. Illinois and Washington, up stairs, 

INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA. 



Gentlemen's Clothing made up to order on short notice. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 161 



Tanzy Mrs. Nancy, res. 57 McCarty. 

Tapking & Becker, merchant tailors, 63 E. Washington. 

Tapking Frederick H., (T. & Becker,) res. 113 E. New York. 

Tapkin John, chair maker, res. 65 N. New Jersey. 

Tarkington John S., (Newcomb & T.) 35 E. Ohio. 

Tarlton James, grocer, bds. J. Tarlton. 

TARLTON JOHN, boarding, cor. Blinois and Maryland. 

Taylor Calvin, law student, bds. 280 Massachusetts ave. 

Taylor David M., (T., Wright, & Hadley,) bds. Bates House. 

Taylor Israel, book keeper Wright, Blake & Co. 

Taylor Mrs. Jane, res. 98 W. Ohio. 

Taylor Michael, tailor Dessar & Bros., bds. Mrs. Ferguson. 

Taylor Napoleon B., attorney at law, res. 109 N. Alabama. 

Taylor Robert A., lawyer, bds. 280 Massachusetts ave. 

Taylor William, 159 N. Noble. 

TAYLOR, WRIGHT & HADLEY, wholesale grocers, Q6 
E. Washington. , 

Teal John W., assistant clerk GeisendorfF & Co. 

Teal Nathaniel, M. D., 38J W. Washington, res. N. Blinois, 
west side, cor. Second. 

Teaster August, moulder Washington Foundry. 

Teckenbrock Christian, blacksmith, res. 81 Bluff road. 

Teckenbrock William, blacksmith, res. 178 S. Alabama. 

Teesse Harmon, blacksmith Washington Foundry. 

Teish John, cabinet maker Sloan & Ingersoll. 

Tellcamp John, (Maguire, Clark & T.) 210 N. Alabama. 

Temperance House, Sample & Davis, proprietors, 99 S. Ill- 
inois. 

Templer James, carpenter, res. 138 E. Market. 

Teneyck Jeremiah, shoemaker J. Teneyck. 

Teneyck John, shoemaker, 260 W. Washington, res. 258 W. 
Washington. 

Teneyck John, shoemaker, 86 Indiana ave. 

Teneyck Richard F., shoemaker J. Teneyck. 

Teppe Charles, res. 116 S. Noble. 

Teppel Joseph, drayman. 111 N. Noble. 

TERRE HAUTE & RICHMOND R. R. depot. 

Tetcombe Daniel, produce dealer, 15 Indiana ave. 

Thalman Isaac, 180 E Ohio. 

Thalls Peter, 34 Ellsworth. 

Thatcher Amos, lumber piler Hale's mill, res. 15 E. Geor- 
gia. 

Thatcher James, sawyer Osgood, Smith & Co. 



162 INDIANAPOLIS 



JOHN MOFFITT. 0. H. KENDRICK. 

DRS, MOFFITT & KENDRICK, 

ilililif iliflif S« 

^^^^ SENTINEL BUILDINGS, 2d STORY, ^^^^t 

mPIAlVAPOLiIS, IND. 

RAMSAY & HANNINCI, 

PLUmBERS! 

26 Kentucky Avenue, 

SOUTH OF THE STATE OFFICES, 



Vr 



LIGBR BBBR SALOOM, 

m. 67 WEST WASHIi\GTO^ STREET, 

( Opposite the New Theatre,) 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 

MAPES & Co., Prop'rs. 



LAGER BEER AND SHELL OYSTERS. 



AN EXCELLENT READING ROOM 
Attached to the PreMiises. 



CITY DIKECTORT. 163 



Thayer Carlton, watchman Central R. R. depot, res. 28 
Benton. 

THAYER DANIEL, groceries and provisions, 45 E. Wash- 
ington, res. 50 E. Market. 

Thayer S., clerk D. Thayer. 

Theicke Henry, engineer, res 23 Harrison. 

Theodore Thomas, bricklayer, res. 125 N. East. 

Thesse Franz, blacksmith Washington Foundry. 

Thesse Nicholas, blacksmith, res. 36 Union. 

Thurder Thomas, laborer, 3 Bates. 

Thoms Frederick, (Spiegel, T. & Co.,) res. 178 E. Ohio. 

Thomas Benjamin, employee Geisendorif & Co. 

Thomas S. J., messenger American Express, bds. Bates 
House. 

Thomas George, laborer, 61 N. Noble. 

Thomas John, manager Indianapolis Rolling Mill, res. 57 
W. South. 

Thomas Louis, carpenter, res. 89 S. East, 

Thomas Robert, salesman Gulick & Tweed. 

Thomas S., (col.,) cook Magnolia Salooon. 

Thomson Eli, carpenter, res. 133 W, New York. 

Thomson Hugh, baker, 4 S. Meridian, 

Thompson Daniel, brick mason, N. Meridian, E. side, bt. 
Second and Third. 

Thompson Gideon B., (Snacks,) apprentice Sentinel office, 
bds, 27 Indiana ave. 

Thompson Hugh, machinist, bds, 51 E, Louisiana. 

Thompson J. C., bds. Little's HoteL 

Thompson Mrs. Mary, dealer in dry goods and groceries, 
66 E. South, res. same. 

Thompson Mrs, Mary, news depot at Post office, 

THOMPSON & WOODBURN, physicians, 14 E. Market, 

Thompson W. Clinton, (T. & AVoodburn,) res. 58 N, Illinois, 

Thompson William J,, stone cutter, res. 18 E. Market. 

Thorn John, meat dealer, 115 Virginia ave,, res. 86 Huron. 

Thornberry Thomas, res. 134 N. Alabama, 

Thornberry William, contractor, res. 20 W. St. Clair. 

Thornly O., machinist, res. 129 E, McCarty, 

Thorp, brick moulder, res. 66 Merrill. 

Thorpe John D,, deputy sheriiF, office Court House, res, 39 
E, Market, 

Tiers Rev. M. C, (Christian Church,) res. 127 Massachu- 
setts ave. 

Tieste Augustus, baker, 65 St. Joseph. 



164 INDIANAPOLIS 



PROGRESS Gmrs' fdhihshiiig house, 

Mitcliel & Friedlander, 




NO. 34 WEST WASHIN^GTON ST., 
INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 

EXCELSIOR SKY-LIGHT 

Wulnt iailrrij, 

33 West Washington, ^^^ 

0\1R J. P. POPE'S DRUG STORE. SECOND FLOOR, ^^^ii& rlK^^ 
INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 

J. W. FELLOW S3PROPRIETOR. 

JB®" Prices as low as any other Rooms in the city. Entire satisfac- 
tion warranted. 



MERRILL ^ CO., 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 

LAW, MEDICAL, MISCELLANEOUS, 

BOOKS, 

STATtOSERV AND BLANK BOOKS, 

No. 25 East "Washington Street, 
ONE DOOR WEST OF THE WRIGHT HOUSE, INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 

mr STANDARD WORKS IN FRENCH AND GERMAN. JJl 





CITY DIRECTORY. 165 



Tilberry Andrew, street contractor, res. cor. N. Illinois and 

First. 
TILFORD ALEXANDER L., mattress maker, 73 VV. 

Washington, res. 144 N. Mississippi. 
TILFORD JOSEPH M., president Indianapolis Journal 

Co., res. 128 ^. Tennessee. 
Tilly Gilbert, marble cutter Jason Dame. 
TILLY H. & CO., lard oil, soap and candles. Bluff road, 

near Wright's mills. 
Till J 'Hermann, (H. Tilly & Co.,) res. S. W. cor. Bluff road 

and Donation. 
Tilton Josiah S., car painter, 196 N. Ncav Jersey. 
Tilly Joseph, at William Tilly's, bds. S. Delaware. 
Tilly Theodore, (H. Tilly & Co.) 
TILLY WILLIAM, druggist 73 E. Washington, res. 128 

S. Delaware. 
Tindall Rev, George, (Second Presbyterian,) res. 12 E. Ver- 
mont. 
TINSLEY, ANDERSON & HANNAFORD, architects, 

4 Blake's building, third floor. 
Tinsley William, (T., Anderson & Hannaford,) res. 155 W. 

Vermont. 
Tobin John, cement roof maker, res. 156 N. West. 
Tobin Thomas, boiler maker Dumont & Sinker, res. 170 S. 

Tennessee. 
Tomlinson Jesse D., carpenter, res. 157 Liberty. 
Tomlinson J. M., M. D., bds. 107 N. Meridian. 
Tomlinson S. D., bds. 107 N. Meridian. 
Tony P., helper City Foundry. 
Tool Martin, laborer, res. 184 S. East. 
Toon Josiah, carpenter, res. Ill S. New Jersey. 
Toon Udolpho, bender Osgood, Smith & Co. 
Torbet Geo. A., physician, 30| W. Washington, up stairs. 
Torbet Oliver B.. (Dumont & T.) res. Illinois N. of limits. 
TOUSEY GEORGE, President Branch of the Bank of the 

State of Indiana, N. E. cor. Illinois and Washington, 

res. 31 N. Delaware. 
Tousey & Byram, dry goods, 70 E. Washington. 
Tousey Oliver, (T. & Byram,) res. 12 W. New York. 
Tousey Zalmon, salesman Tousey & Byram, res. 90 N. Ala- 
bama. 
Tousley Joseph H., boot tree maker Osgood, Smith & Co. 
Tout Henry, brick mason, 91 Indiana ave. 
Tout Isaac, brick mason, res. cor. N. Illinois and Second. 



166 INDIANAPOLIS 



B. yy. DRE^VS^, 




Carriag© Manufactprep, 

»«» 

CONSTANTLY ON HAND AT MY WAREROOMS A GOOD ASSORTMENT OF 

GAMRIA&£S 

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. 

Also make to order any Style called for at short Notice. 

£. IFqi^ici §c|i|ctc, % of il]c 6oi|ri if oi|SJ, Ji]Dl[|i].ipoius. 

F^LMIEU HOXJSE 

BATHING AND SHAVING SALOON, 

Hair & Whiskers Dyed inferior to none in the U. States. 

AZiSO, BATHS FOB. XiASXZJS. 

Entering through the Palmer Honse. 
R. D. CURRY. G. W. CANADA. 

S. J. HOLLAND. R. C. HOLLAND. 

S. J. HOLLAND & SON, 

MjjfllcMlc aiib fvctail i§xmxs, 



AND DEALERS IN 



FLOOR, rtSH, SALT, GLASS & STONE WARE 

94 EAST WASHINGTON STREET, INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 

JK^°Highest Market Price paid for Country Produce. Goods delivered 
to all parts of the City Free of Charge. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 167 



Tout Wilkinson, brick mason, res. First, bt. N. Illinois and 
N. Meridian. 

Townsend E. C, traveling agent G. W. Hawes' State Ga- 
zetteer, Sentinel buildings. 

Tracey Mrs. Margaret, res. 25 Meek. 

Traeger Charles, watchmaker G. Feller. 

Trask George K., lumber piler Grey & Stevens, 

Traub Israel, painter, res. 214 N. Alabama. 

Traup Conrad, laborer, 117 Fort Wayne ave. 

Trautmann Jacob, salesman Gulick & Tweed. 

Trautmann Jacob, leacher and cupper, 58 N. Delaware. 

Tremont House, J. Rinkle, proprietor, cor. Illinois and 
Louisiana. 

Trother John, laborer, 91 N. Noble. 

Trow Charles, foundryman, bds. 52 S. Delaware. 

Truksegs John, blacksmith, res. 62 Kentucky ave. 

Trump Jacob, bricklayer, 56 St. Marys, 

■Trundleman Henry, brickmaker, 33 Harrison. 

Tucker Joshua, clerk Post Office, res, 50 W, Vermont. 

Tull Thomas, (O'Neal & T.,) res. 119 S. New Jersey. 

Tull John, painter, res. 140 W. Georgia. 

Tully William, hatter, 9 W. Washington, res. 150 W. 
Washington. 

Turner Augustus, barber, res. 67 W. Georgia. 

Turner Burton, (col.,) carpenter, res. 126 W. Ohio. 

Turner's Hall, cor. Kentucky ave. and Tennessee. 

Turner J. J., conductor freight Indiana Central R. R,, res, 
161 Virginia ave. 

Turner James, bricklayer, 121 S, Alabama, 

Turner James, (col.,) barber R, Gibbs, 

Turner John, (col,,) cook Palmer House, 

Turner Mrs. Nancy, res, 91 E. Market. 

Turner William Henry, auctioneer, res. 18 N. New Jer- 
sey. 

Turner Wm., bricklayer, 115 N. Alabama. 

Turquen Martin, 138 E. New York. 

Tutewiler H. W., plasterer, 65 Massachusetts ave. 

TUTTLE BENJAMIN F., groceries and provisions, 13 and 
28 W. Washington, res. 16 W. Michigan. 

Tuttle Dennis, res. 7 Duncan, 

Tuttle Gaylord P,, res. 54 W. Vermont. 

Tweed Emmons, (Gulick & T.,) res. 12 Indiana ave. 

Tyer George W., freight conductor Lawrenceburgh R. R,, 
res. 147 Virginia ave. 



168 



INDIANAPOLIS 



H. W. ELLSWORTH. 



S. A. COLLEY. 



ELLSWORTH & COLLEY, 

OOU«8£tOE8 AT tm^ 

NO. lOJ SOUTH MERIDIAN STREET, 

INDIANAPOJLIS, INDIANA. 



Reference to the Judges of the Supreme Court, Officers of State, and Members of the 
lar, generally. 




WM. E. FEATIIERSTON. 



GOTT & FEATHERSTON, 

ICITY AUCTIONEERS, 

COMMlSStOM AND STORAGE MEHGHAWTS, 

NOS. 48 AND 49 EAST WASHINGTON STREET, INDIANAPOLIS, IND- 
Cash Advanced on Consignments. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 



169 



Tyler E. S., (Delzell & T.,) res. 102 N. Illinois. 

Tyner Chcarles, shoemaker G. Loucks, bds. Louis Faller. 



u 



Uhl Peter, cigar maker C. M. Rascliig. 

Uhlendorflf George, bar tender Little House Saloon. 

Underhill R. R., res. 34 E. Michigan. 

Underbill R. F., bds. 34 E. Michigan. 

UNION DEPOT, Louisiana, bt. Illinois and Meridian. 

UNION HALL, (German,) 111 E. Washington. 

Union House, Mrs. M. Mattler, proprietor, 150 S. Illinois. 

UNITED STATES EXPRESS CO., D. Ryan, agent, cor. 
Washington and Meridian. 

United States Milling Co., 57 W. Washington. 

Unversall John, butcher, res. 112 Virginia ave. 

UPDEGRAFF PROF., oculist and aurist, 39 E. Washing- 
ton. 

UPFOLD RT. REV. GEORGE, 71 N. Meridian. 

Uphaus Henry, shoemaker, 188 S. Delaware. 



Vaile H. M., attorney, 21 E. Washington. 

Vaile Rawson, attorney, res. 117 N. Delaware. 

Vaile William, street contractor, res. 176 S. Alabama. 

Vaile William, salesman, res. 117 DelaAvare. 

Vajen John H., hardware and cutlery, 21 W. Washington, 

res. 94 S. Illinois. 
Vajen Charles D., clerk J. H. Vajen, bds. Wright House. 
Valentine Perry, (col.) cook Farmer's and Drover's Hotel. 
VALENTINE EXPRESS CO., E. F. Russell, agent, office 

Bellefontaine freight depot. 
Vanatt Rev. Peter R., Presbyterian Missionary, res. 98 N. 

East. 
Vance L. M., E. Washington W. of Cady. 
Van Alstine F. S., bill maker L. & L R. R. freight office, 

bds. Palmer House. 
Van Bergen William, carpenter, res. 45 W. Michigan. 
Van Bergen William, bds. 132 N. Tennessee. 
Vanblaricum & Forshee, blacksmiths, 6 E. Maryland. 



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J. A, HETDLINGER, 

DIRECT IMPORTER AND 

mOLiiiLl^iifilL 



DEALER IN 




^0. 10 BATEb HOUSE, N ILLIiXOlfe ST. 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 

MRS. E. ^VILSO]N^, 



F ^^sm o :iNr-A. B x, B 



'JT^ ^cT^ %o^ 

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^^isTi::". 



No. 19 South Illinois Street, 

Has constantly on hand a very fine Assortment of Fancy Goods. 

ENNERS & BRmCKMEYER, 

■WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 



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AM® pnmmmw^, 

N"o. 166 E. ^Washington Street. 

(Opposite Little's Hotel,) 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND- 

All Articles Bonght here delivered to any part of the City free of charge 



CITY DIRECTORY. 171 



Yanblaricum Jesse, (V. & Forshee,) res. 177 W. Washing- 
ton. 

Vanblaricum Mrs. James, 91 W. Maryland. 

Vanblaricum William, bds. 91 W. Maryland. 

Vandegrift Benjamin, printer, 85 N. Mississippi. 

Vandegrift Henry, mail agent Central R. R., res. 31 Ken- 
tucky ave. 

Vandegrift Jacob, (Kregelo, Blake & Co.) res. 43 W. Mich- 
igan. 

Valaningham Wm., res. 65 N. Alabama. 

Vannoy John, mail agent Jeflfersonville R. R., bds. Palmer 
House. 

Vaughan James L., compositor Sentinel office. 

Vaux Hall, Buehrig & Lehmann, proprietors, 21 E. South. 

Vestal John N., compositor Daily Citizen. 

Vetter John, furniture, 13 S. xMeridian, res. and factory S. 
Pennsylvania. 

Vickers Robert, grocer, 119 Virginia ave., res. 132 S. Ala- 
bama. 

Vickers W. B., compositor Sentinel office. 

Vieweg Augustus, tailor H. Ballman. 

Vigo Henry, hostler Oliver W. Johnston. 

Vincent G. D., carpenter, 91 Davidson. 

Vincent William H., carpenter and joiner, 91 Davidson. 

Vinnedge John A., boots, shoes, and rubbers, 17 W. Wash- 
ington, res. 85 S. Tennessee. 

Vinton Almus E., (Hasselman & V.) res. 30 N. Pennsylva- 
nia. 

Voight Henry, porter Murphy & Holliday. 

VOLNER CHARLES, wholesale dealer in wines, liquors, 
and cigars, 95 E. Washington, res. 144 W. Maryland. 

Volmer Otto P., distiller, res. 159 E. St. Clair. 

VONNEGUT CLEMMENS, hardware, hides, and leather, 
142 E. AYashington, res. same. 

Voorhees Abraham L., res. 97 N. Illinois. 

Vorhees Jacob, plasterer, res. cor. E. New York and Rail- 
road. 

Voorhees Mrs. Jane, cor. E. New York and Railroad. 

Voorhees Lucas, bricklayer, res. 68 Union. 

Voss William, tailor, res. 83 Huron. 

A^oughn Jacob, carpenter, res. 108 W. Vermont. , 

Voyht Henry, clerk, res. 113 W. Michigan. 



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H, ROSENGARTEN, 

DRUGGIST miD mfCllliY, 

WASKisraTorr street, 

A FEW DOORS WEST OF DELAWARE, INDIANAPOLIS. 

AMERICAN AND GERMAN DRUGS AND MEDICINES, 

PERFUMEKY, GLASSWARE, DYE STUFFS, BRUSHES. 



A. SUMNER & CO. 

Dealers in Wheeler & Wilson lannfactnring Co.'s 

SEwma 

m:a.chines 

Sewing Machine Needles, Silk 
Twist and Thread, 

19 WEST WASHINGTON ST., 

ROOM NO. 1. SECOND FLOOR. 




C. H, WILLIAMS, Agent, 




^ t^H , C. HENNIN&ER & CO,, 

t;/-^>^ IMPORTERS, MANUFACTURERS 

AND WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALERS IN 



DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN 



CIGARS, SMUJPF 

CHEWOG A^D SMOKING TOBACCO, 

No. 11 So-atli nVTeridian Street, 

FOUR DOOES SOUTH OF THE POST OFFICE, INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 173 



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Wachter Anthon, boarding, 54 E. South. 

Wade John, bartender Wright House saloon. 

Wagner Henry, proprietor Carlisle House, 217 W. Washing- 
ton. 

Wagner Prof. G. W., bds. 35 N. Alabama. 

Wahlo Augustus, cabinet maker, res. 155 N. Noble. 

Wainscott Joseph R., res. 148 N. Delaware. 

Wainwright Samuel, tinner, res. 5 E. New York. 

Walden Elijah, (col.,) laborer, Mississippi, E. side, bt. First 
and Second. 

Walden Nolly, barber, res. N. Mississippi, E. side, bt. First 
and Second. 

Walden Wm., (col.,) whitewasher, res. 131 N. West. 

Waldo Elijah Q. B., res. 54 S. Illinois. 

Walk Anthony, shoemaker, bds. 16 W. Georgia. 

Walk Lewis, shoemaker, 16 W. Georgia, res. same. 

Walker Charles, student McDonald & Porter. 

Walker Henry A., track master, res. 63 W. Louisiana. 

Walker & Hubbard, groceries and provisions, 35 N. Illinois. 

Walker Jacob S., (W. & Hubbard,) res. 169 N. Illinois. 

WALKER & KING, lumber, &c., cor. New York and Ten- 
nessee. 

Walker Wiley F., carpenter, res. 188 Indiana ave. 

Walkup Andrew J., conductor, bds. American House. 

WALLACE ALEXANDER G., county recorder, office Court 
House square, res. 86 E. Market. 

WALLACE ANDREW, wholesale grocer, storage, for- 
warding and commission, junction of Delaware and Vir- 
ginia ave, res. 34 N. Delaware. 

WALLACE & COBURN, attorneys, 23 E. Washington, 
second floor. 

Wallace David, (W. & Coburn,) res. 139 N. New Jersey. 

Wallace George E., clerk A. Wallace. 

WALLACE & HARRISON, attorneys, 30J W. Wash- 
ington. 

Wallace James, copyist, res. 152 E. North. 

Wallace James A., student, res. 161 E. Market. 

Wallace John, carpenter, bds. Temperance House. 

Wallace Robert, blacksmith John Gates, res. 79 Massachu- 
setts ave. 



174 INDIANAPOLIS 



W. M. LOWRY, 

DRUGGIST, 

No. 16 East Washington Street, 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 

DEALER IN BOTANIC AND OTHER MEDICINES, 
DBUGSt CHEMlCilLS, PEBFUMEHV. 

AND FANCY ARTICLES, 

Paints, Oils, Dye Stuffs, Window Glass, Putty, 



kinds of Botanic and Patent Medicines on hand. Pure Wines 
Liquors for medicinal purposes. 

Physicians Prescriptions Carefully Prepared. 



CHAS. C. HUNT, 




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IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC CIGARS, 

TOBACCO, SNUJ'F, PIPES, &C. 

105 E. WASHINGTON STREET, OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE, INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 
A choice lot of Pipes, Cigar Cases, Snuff and Tobacco Boxes, constantly on hand. 
Orders ly mail p rcniiitly attended to. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 175 



Wallace Samuel, brickmason, bds. 152 E. North. 

Wallace William J., deputy recorder, oiEce Court House, 
res. Wabash, near East. • 

Wallace William, (W. & Harrison,) res. 121 N, Delaware. 

Wallace Wm. J., sheriff, office at Jail, res. 161 E. Market. 

WALLACH JACOB L., cigars and tobacco, also agent for 
Bonenkamp's Holland bitters, 19 S. Illinois, res. 17 S. 
Mississippi. 

WALLICK JOHN F., manager Western Union Telegraph 
office, N. Meridian, bds. Bates House. 

Wallingford E., (W. & Hunt,) res. 123 N. New Jersey. 

WALLINGFORD & HUNT, auction and commission mer- 
chants, 61 E. Washington. 

WALPOLE & FERGUSON, attorneys, 23J E. Washing- 
ton, up stairs. 

Walpole Robert L., (W. & Ferguson,) res. 8 Virginia ave. 

Walsh Thomas, boiler maker Dumont & Sinker. 

Walsman Frederick, billiard saloon, under Oriental House. 

Walter Bern H., shoemaker, 124 N. Mississippi. 

Walton William, heater Rolling Mill, res. 161 S. Tennessee. 

Wampmeier Anton F., teamster 15 Harrison. 

Wampmeier Henr}^ brickmaker, 29 Harrison. 

Wance Philip, miller Capital Mills, res. 131 W. Maryland. 

Wands Alexander, boots and shoes, 12 S. Meridian, res. 131 
N. Pennsylvania. 

Wands J. & Son, shoemakers, 57 E. Washington. 

Wands John, (J. W. & Son,) res. cor. McCarty and Greer. 

Wands John, baker at 4 S. Meridian. 

Wands Robert, machinist City Foundry. 

Wands William, (J. W. & Son,) bds. J. Wands. 

Wann Jeremiah, laborer, 38 S. Alabama. 

Ward Ephraim G., (W., Ferguson & Co.) res. 148 N. Ten- 
nessee. 

WARD, FERGUSON & CO., merchant tailors, 3 W. Wash- 
ington. 

Ward Gabriel, bds. 262 Indiana ave. 

Ward Homer, conductor I. P. & C. R. R., bds. Bates House. 

Ward Mrs. Lucinda, res. 262 Indiana ave. 

Ward Thomas, 38 N. East. 

Ware Robert, freight conductor B. R., res. 109 Virginia 
ave. 

Warland William, groceries and feed, cor. Virginia ave. and 
Maryland. 

Warner Charles, clerk S. A. Flagg, res. 60 Louisiana. 



176 INDIANAPOLIS 



LITTLES' HOTEL, 

SOUTH-EAST OOR. WASHif^8T0N &, MEW JERSEY, 

INDIANAPOLIS, INI). 

LITTLES, ELDRIGE k CO, Proprietors. 



OWING TO THE LONG-STANDING OF THIS 

xxU X JuL, 

Being over twenty-^six years, we can merely say to our 

friends, that our hands have not slackened in well 

doing for the accommodation of the 

TRAA\ELINa COMMUNITY. 

OUR TABLES ARE ALWAYS SPREAD WITH THE 

iAIHTIES ®r THi SiAS®M« 

OUR BEDS ARE NEW AND GOOD. 

OUR ROOMS ARE LARGE AND COMMODIOUS, 

AN® WELL TENTILATEfi, 

And we assure you, we will spare no pains to make our 
Patrons feel at Home and Comfortable. 



CONNECTED WITH THIS HOTEL ARE 

OMNIBUSSES, TO CONVEY PASSENGERS, 

Free of charge, to and from all the regular trains coming 
into the city. We also have an extensive Stable with plenty 
of yard room. 

CARRIAGES AND VEHICLES 

Of all descriptions, ready at all hours, to run to all parts of the city. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 177 



Warner John, bds. 178 S. Tennessee. 

Warner Miss Sarah A., teacher, bds. 64: N. Mississippi. 

Warner Thomas D., foreman press room Dailj Citizen office. 

Warnock John, laborer, res. 54 S. Noble. 

Warr James, macliinist Washington Foundry. 

VV^arren James, 43 N. New Jersey. 

Warren George R., laborer, res. 178 S. Tennessee. 

Warren George S., clerk J. 8. Diinlop. 

WASHINGTON FOUNDRY, Hasselman & Vinton, Me- 
ridian, opp. Union depot. 

Washington House, John Mattler proprietor, 83 S. Meridian 
S. of Union Depot. 

Wasson J. \l., express messenger American Express Co. 

Wasmuth Louis, tailor J. Staub. 

WATERS JOHN G., City Clerk, office Odd Fellows' Hall, 
res. 52 E. Market. 

Waters W., compositor State Sentinel office. 

Waters Wm. W., brick maker, res. 73 W. South. 

Watgen J. H., clerk Robert Browning. 

Watson Frederick T., bds. Bates House, 

Watson J. M., machinist Lawrenceburgh machine shop, res. 
249 S. Delaware. 

Watson Joseph S., 129 W. Maryland. 

Watson Samuel W., book keeper Harrison's Bank, bds. 
Bates House. 

Wavay Henry, laborer, 25 Harrison. 

Way Truman, railroader Peru R. R., res. 83 Merrill. 

Weakley Jeremiah A,, tinner, res. 97 W. New York. 

Weakley Joseph, tinner, 113 E. Market. 

Weakley Mrs. Mary, 113 E. Market. 

Weasey Charles, carpenter Washington Foundry, res. 145 
E. Ohio. 

Weaver Adam, cigar maker, res. 186 S. Delaware. 

Weaver Edwin A., harness maker James Sulgrove, res. 132 
W. New York. 

Weaver Frederick, plasterer, 173 Railroad. 

WEAVER & WILLIAMS, undertakers, 62 W. Washing- 
Ion. 

Weaver William W., (W. & Williams,) res. 147 N. Illinois. 

Webb George, teacher W. Elizabeth. 

Webb Mrs. Mary, res. 69 S. Pennsylvania. 

Webb Mrs. Mary, 81 W. Maryland. 

Webb Sidnor, daguerrean, res. 69 S. Pennsylvania. 
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178 



INDIANAPOLIS 



DENTISTRY. 



DR. S. C. PRII^K 

Takes pleasure in informing his friends and the public that he is to 
be found at his office, No. 8 East Washington street, from 8 A. M. to 6 
P. M., prepared from his long experience in the practice of Dentistry, to 
insert Artificial Teeth on Gold, Silver or Platina, with his Improved 
Continuous Gums, which combine the following advantages: 





WITHOUT TEETH. 



WITH TEETH. 



Firsl. — Pure Platina has a specific gravity greater than pure gold, and 
is consequently more dense. Its resistance to acids is greater even than 
that of gold, and undergoes no change from the combined agency of air 
and moisture. It may also be exposed to the strongest heat of a Smith's 
forge without suffering either oxidation or fusion. 

For Artificial Dentistry, it has no equal in the list of metals ; being 
sufficiently strong to use without alloy, and not in the least acted upon 
by the fluids of the mouth. In fact, no other metal will resist the action 
of so powerful a heat as is required to fuse upon it the " Continuous Gum 
Work." 

Second. — There are no seams or crevices for the lodgment of food, to 
vitiate the saliva, or to infect the breath. The interstices are all filled 
with a silicious compound, which is so applied as to form an Artificial 
Gum; this is fused at a high heat, which unites the Teeth firmly to each 
other, and to the plate upon which they are set, thus imparting great 
strength and life-like appearance to the denture. 

Third — The Teeth for this style of work are made perfectly natural 
in form and shade, and when properly set with the Artificial Gum, as 
above, exhibits that harmony with the other features, which characterize 
the natural organs. 

Fourth. — The original form and expression of the mouth and face can 
be restored. (See cuts.) This is done by having the denture so con- 
structed as to bring out the sunken portions and sustain them in their 
proper position; this is an important feature in this style of work, to 
which he devotes particular attention. [Continued on page 180.) 



CITY DIRECTOKY. 179 



Webb William, blacksmith, res. 167 S. Noble. 

Weber , clerk J. L. Wallach. 

Weber F., grocer, 185 W. Washington. 

Webster Geo. C, clerk 22 S. Meridian. 

Webster Harvey, teamster, res. 227 S. Pennsylvania. 

Weeks & Mayhew, hominy mill, 29 S. Meridian, 

Weeks Richard, laborer, res. 17 S. Alabama. 

Wehler Lucas, shoemaker, 179 E. Washington. 

Wehling Charles, wagonmaker, New Jersey, bt. Washington 
and Maryland. 

Weibel John E., hair dresser Henning & Weinberger. 

Weidman Thomas, painter, McOuat's block. 

Weiland Christopher, laborer I. C. R. R. depot. 

Weinberger Ernst, (Henning & W.,) bds. Wright House. 

Weinberger Herman, salesman J. C. Weinberger. 

Weinberger John C, baker, 10 W. Louisiana, res. 60 S. 
Meridian. 

Weir J. W. & Brother, marble dealers, 35 Virginia ave. 

Weir J. W., (.J W. W. & Brother,) 35 Virginia ave. 

Weir William, (J. W. W. & Brother,) bds. Pattison House. 

Weis George, tailor M. Dernham. 

Welch John, laborer, 71 Madison ave. 

Welch Morris, laborer, 71 Madison ave. 

Welch Wm., laborer, 71 Madison ave. 

Welfer Julius, clerk Post Oflfice. 

Weller Levi, railroader, bds. 20 W. Michigan. 

Wellhouse F., (Ray & W.,) editor Indiana Farmer, Senti- 
nel buildings. 

Wells Edmund, bootmaker C. Bruner. 

WELLS G. A., dentist, 19 E. Washington, up stairs, bds. 
Bates House. 

Wells Wm. F., saw mill, Massachusetts ave. near limits, 
res. 85 E. New York. 

Welson David, res. 126 W. New York. 

Wenderoth Julius, clerk Conner & Worman. 

Wenger Michael, grocer, 20 N. Noble, res. same. 

Wentz Philip H., miller Capital Mills. 

Wentz William W., conductor I. & C. R. R., res. 59 N. 
Pennsylvania. 

Werbc Christ. G., clerk Post Office, res. 53 S. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Werbe Lewis F., grocer, 185 W. Washington, res. same. 

WERDEN & CHAMBERLAIN, books and stationery, 26 
E. Washington. 



180 INDIANAPOLIS 



Fifth. — A clear and distinct articulation of speech is restored. Tliis 
is effected by having the inside of the teeth and artificial gum of a natu- 
ral form, to which the tongue is readily adapted; this prevents the hiss- 
ing or muffled sounds so often observed in speaking or singing, in per- 
sons wearing artificial teeth. 

Sixth. — Heretofore they have been somewhat objectionable on account 
of their weight, and the gum being formed so thick on the inside as to 
make them cumbersome. By a series of experiments he has succeeded in 
entirely removing these objections. 

PLATINA PLATES MADE IN EXCHANGE FOR GOLD. 

Those wearing sets upon gold, and desiring ^^ Continuous Gum Work,^' 
with a view of having the form of the face restored, and of obtaining a 
natural expression, cleanliness, &c., can make this excliange with the 
advantage of a liberal deduction from the usual charges. 

Teeth inserted from one to a whole Set, in every style known to the 
profession, and as cheap as good work can be done, and warranted to 
perform all that is promised. 

Office hours from 8, A. M., to G, P. M. 

Ladies and gentlemen are invited to call and examine specimens. 

N. B. — The very best reference given when required. 




FOR REMOVING THE TARTAR, CANKER AND ALL FOREIGN SUBSTANCES 
INJURIOUS TO THE TEETH AND GUMS. 

The greatest perfection attained in the composition of any Tooth Pow- 
der is — 

First — To thoroughly cleanse the mouth. 

Second — To remove from the teeth the acids, which cause their decay. 

Third — Not only to preserve the teeth but to restore perfectly the na- 
tural brilliancy of the enamel. 

To enable the inventor of this powder to attain this perfection, the 
fluids of the mouth were most carefully analyzed, and a composition 
prepared, which for more than ten years has proved itself "a perfect 
cleanser, second to none." For neutralizing all acids in the mouth, re- 
moving all accretions from the teeth and giving health to the gums, it is 
unrivaled. The public may rest assured that it contains no acid or other 
substance in any way injurious to either the teeth or gums. A volume 
so testimonials might be adduced, but none can be offered which will 
prove so satisfactory as the actual use of the article, and Dr. F. cheerfully 
submits it to this test. 

S. C. FRIWK, M. D., Dentist, Indianapolis, Ind. 

FOR SALE AT ALL DRUK STORES IN INDIANAPOLIS. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 181 



Wermer Jacob, varnislier Spiegel, Thorns & Co., res. Ala- 
bama. 

Wert Joseph, boots and shoes, 6 S. Pennsylvania, res. 
Alabama. 

West George H., bookkeeper, res. 49 W, Michigan. 

West George, boots and shoes, 43 E. Washington, res. 60 
N. Meridian. 

West Nathaniel, (W. & Wilson,) bds. W. P. Noble. 

WEST & WILSON, real estate and general collecting 
agents, 1 Odd Fellows' Hall. 

Westerman George, varnisher J. Ott. 

Western Exchange Office, G. S. Hamer, proprietor, 22 
Louisiana. 

WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY, 1 N. 
Meridian. 

Westover Jonathan M., moulder, res. 123 E. McCarty. 

Wette William, employee Terre Haute depot, res. 229 S. 
Alabama. 

Weymouth ^Amos, blacksmith, llO E. New York. 

Wharton Robert T., farmer, res. 234 Indiana ave. 

Whealen Dennis, laborer, bds. 31 S. Delaware. 

Whelan Joseph K., res. 65 N. Tennessee. 

Wheatley William M., (McCord & W.) bds. H. S. Rockey. 

Wheatley John, clerk McCord & W., bds. H. S. Rockey. 

Whitcomb J., clerk Jeffersonville R. R. depot, bds. Oriental 
House. 

White Henry, hostler Brinkman & Bucksot. 

White Mrs. Sarah, 67 N. Mississippi. 

White Stephen, laborer, 96 Alley bt. Missouri and West. 

VVhitford Mrs. Elizabeth, 36 E. St. Clair. 

Whitney Edward R., bartender Uncle Sam saloon. 

Whitride Samuel, painter William Whitridge. 

WHITRIDGE WILLIAM, sign painter and stencil cutter, 
82 E. Washington, res. 175 N. New Jersey. 

Whitsit Jesse, huckster, res. 244 Virginia ave. 

Whitsitt John B., engineer I. & C. R. R., res. 44 E. Louis- 
ana. 

Whitten Rev. Elijah, (Methodist,) res. N. Pennsylvania, 
west side bt. Second and Third. 

Whitten John W., student at law, bds. Rev. E. Whitten. 

WHITTEN WILLIAM S., painter, bds. Kev. E. Whit- 
ten. 

Wick W. W., attorney, 99 E. Washington, res. 58 N. 
East. 



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INDIANAPOLIS 



UrU HOUSE 

iiiu Missiie mm% 

No. 12 North Illinois Street, 

(under the Bates House,) 

HENNING & WEINBERGER, - - Proprietors. 

COLD, WARM, AND SHOWER BATHS, 
SHAVING, HAIR CUTTING, CURLING, AND SHAMPOOING. 

Hair and Whiskers colored in a Superior Style. 

^V^M. A-. KEYS, 




CENTER MARBLE WORKS, 

No. 26 So-ath IVTeridian St., 

ISTDZANAFOLZS, IND. 

MONUMENTS, HEADSTONES, &C., MADE TO ORDER. 

JAMES HART & CO., 

WHOLESALE & BETAIL 




DEALERS IN 



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M®DliI€E, WINES, ANB MJ313®IS, 

Ko. 82 East Washington Street, 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 

Orders from the Country carefully filled and promptly attended to. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 



183 



Wiek Paul, stone mason, 188 E. St. Clair. 

VVier Richard, watchman, bds 150 W. Washington. 

Wieland Christian, laborer, res. 20 Union. 

Wieland Charles, laborer, res. 32 Union. 

Wievel Edward, barber, res. 22 S. Mississippi. 

Wiggim Lytle, bds. Little's Hotel. 

Wiggins John, teamster, 65 Harrison. 

Wilcox John D., collar maker James Sulgrove, res. 131 W. 
Vermont. 

Wilde Julius, cabinet furniture, 71 S. Illinois. 

Wilds Samuel, 113 N. New Jersey. 

Wilds Samuel, peddlar, res. 180 S. Pennsylvania. 

Wiley A. & Co., billiards, 19 N. Illinois, up stairs. 

Wiley Alexander, (A. W. & Co.,) bds. iVlacy House. 

WILEY WM. Y., real estate agent, lOJ E. Washington, 
up stairs, res. 32 E. New York. 

vVilkins Mrs. Elenora, Bible Repository, 34 E. Market. 

Wilkins John A., 34 E. Market. 

Wilking Henry, shoemaker, res. 37 N. Noble. 

Wilkins Willard C, (Darby & W.,) bds. Macy House. 

Wilkinson George, shoemaker Edgar & Freeman. 

Wilkinson W. B., shoemaker Edgar & Freeman. 

Wilkison Daniel, 49 W. Georgia. 

Wilkison Wm., livery, boarding and sale. Pearl, rear of 
Wright House, res. 115 S. Alabama. 

Will J. Fred., res. 138 E. ^Vashington, up stairs. 

WILLARD ASHBEL P., Governor of the State of Indi- 
ana, office State House, res. 26 W. Market. 

WILLARD A. B. & CO., fancy dry goods, 40 W. Wash- 
ington. 

Willard A. B., (A. B. W. & Co.,) res. 20 N. Pennsylvania. 

Willard A. G., (A. B. W. & Co.,) bds. Macy House. 

Willard Albert G., (W. & Stowell,) res. 13 W. Market. 

WILLARD & STOWELL, music store, 4 Bates House. 

Willet William, clerk A. Wallace, res. 43 E. Maryland. 

Williams Charles, (Weaver & W.,) res. 20 W. Michigan. 

WILLIAMS C. H., agent for Wheeler & Wilson's and 
other sewing machines, 19 W. Washington, second 
floor. H 

Williams Daniel G., clerk Werden & Chamberlain, bds. 20 
N. Pennsylvania. 

Williams David, agent for McCormick's reaper, res. 82 N. 
New Jersey. 

Williams George W., dentist, res. 149 N. West. 



184 INDIANAPOLIS 



LITTLE HOUSE SALOON, 



UNDER LITTLES HOTEL. 



Corner East Washington and New Jersey Streets, 
JOHN LEDLIE, PROPRIETOR. 



OYSTERS & GAME IN THEIR SEASON. 

CHOICS lVIX?2a§, ZiXQirORS JLNB CIGARS. 

N. B. — I have just fitted up my rooms as a first class Restaurant, and as I intend keeping 
the best of ever3'thing, I shall always be happy to meet my friends. 



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COR. S. ILLINOIS AND GEORGIA, 

OA^E SQUARE NORTH OF UNION DEPOT, 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 

H. E. BUEHRIC, PROPRIETOR 

FAEB ONE DOLME PER D&Y. 



C. ALDAG, 

MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN 

BOOTS & SHOES 

lADtES & GENTLEMEN'S BOOTS ^ SHOES 

MADE TO ORDER 0\ SHORT NOTICE AND IS A fl'ORKMAMIIvE J\YSU. 

]N^o. 133 Hlast "Washingtoii Street, 
INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 




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Williams Hubbard, painter, res. 1 Huron, cor. S. Noble. 

Williams Jacob T., book binder, res. 46 California. 

Williams JameS M., brakeman Lafayette R. R., res. 65 W. 
South. 

Williams J. T., clerk A. Clem & Brother, res. 120 N. East. 

Williams John, laborer, res. S. Missouri. 

Williams Joseph B., iron railing, bds. 46 California. 

Williams Owen, clerk Wright, Blake & Co., res. 134 N. Illi- 
nois. 

Williams P. M., clerk J. P. Pope. 

Williams Robert, hostler Allen & Haverstick. 

Williams William, tailor, 142 E. New York. 

^Tilliams William, boarding, 91 S. Illinois. 

Williamson & Haugh, iron railing manufacturers, 2 N. Del- 
aware. 

WILLIAMSON & LEE, editors Herald and Era, 66^^ E. 
Washington. 

Williamson Levi B., (W. & Haugh,) res. 118 E. Vermont. 

Williamson Marseles, carpenter, res. 152 N. Mississippi. 

Williamson Sheriden, plasterer, Mississippi, W. side, bt. 
First and Second. 

Willis Clark, 50 N. East. 

Willis John, bricklayer, 144 E. Walnut. 

Wilhelm Christian, lab., 165 S. Alabama. 

Wilmot Horace, bds. George Simons. 

WILMOT SAMUEL, hats, caps, and furs, 8 W. Wash- 
ington, bds. George Simons. 

Wilmot Theodore, salesman S. Wilmot. 

WILSON ANDREW A., foreman press room Journal Co., 
res. 126 W. New York. 

Wilson Charles G., carriage painter, res. 174 S. Mississippi. 

WILSON MRS. E., milliner and dress maker, 23 S. Illi- 
nois. 

Wilson James, carpenter, res. 50 Indiana ave. 

Wilson James, carpenter, res. 116 N. Illinois. 

Wilson James C, operator telegraph office, res. 15 S. 
Illinois. 

Wilson Jeremiah A., 230 N. New Jersey. 

Wilson John S., plasterer, res. 115 .McCarty. 

Wilson John, laborer, 174 N. East. 

Wilson John, bricklayer, 128 W. Georgia. 

Wilson Joseph, res. 266 N. Illinois. 

Wilson L. B., civil engineer, res. 63 W. Maryland. 

Wilson Stephen, last grinder, Osgood, Smith & Co. 



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"Wilson Stephen, plasterer, res. 13 School. 

Wilson Stephen, laborer, bds. 174 N. East. 

AVilson Stewart, carpenter City Foundry. 

Wilson Thomas S., last finisher, Osgood, Smith & Co. 

Wilson William, (West & W.) bds. 32 N. Pennsylvania. 

WincheU Elizabeth L., 226 Massachusetts ave. 

Windsor Samuel, machinist, bds. 42 Bates. 

Wingate Joseph F., clerk, res. 151 Virginia ave. 

Wingate William L., Ill Virginia ave. 

Winkler Valentine, stone mason, 279 S. Delaware. 

Winner J. J., res. 42 N. Alabama. 

Winslow Isaac, (col.) porter Central R. R., res. 82 alley, 

bt. Missouri and West. 
Winslow Jacob, (col.) teamster, res. 184 W. North. 
Winter Charles, clerk Hahn, Schnull & Co., res. 220 E. 

Washington. 
Winters Henry, porter American Express Co. 
Wise John, bricklayer, 151 N. East. 
Wiseman Mrs. Barbara A., res. 83 N. Pennsylvania. 
Wiseman Margaret, 243 W. Washington. 
Wiseman Simon, laborer, 245 W. Washington. 

Wishmier Anthony, laborer, 148 E. Ohio. 

Wishmier C. F., saw mill, 290 E. Washington, res. 189 E. 
Market. 

Wissert John, 159 N. Noble. 

Wisong Christopher, bricklayer, 167 E. Ohio. 

WITNESS, (Baptist paper,) Rev. M. G. Clarke, editor and 
proprietor, publication office Odd Fellows' Hall. 

Wittenberg Charles, salesman W. & H. Glenn. 

Witthoft Henry. (Greenwald & W.) res. 277 Virginia ave. 

Woerner Philip, grocer, 68 W. Washington, res. same. 

Woessner Andrew, baker, A. Metzger. 

Wolff Jacob, eating saloon, 162 E. Washington, res. same. 

Wolfe Philip, Cincinnati House, 124 S. Delaware. 

Wolff Simon, (Harmon & W.,) bds. Littles' Hotel. 

Wolframe Christian, tinner Charles Cox, bds. 101 N. New 
Jersey. 

Wolfrum Augustus, pressman Locomotive office. 

Wolhand James, fireman L. & I. R. R. 

Wolly John, blacksmith, at 34 S. Pennsylvania. 

Wolson Charles, hostler Brinkman & Bucksot. 

Woltmann Garharb, laborer, 330 S. Delaware. 

Wonder Philip, laborer, 58 Hosbrook. 

Wonderly Henry, brickmason, 53 N. Noble. 



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Wonderson John, wood sawyer, res. S. end S. Illinois. 

Wonderser John, laborer, 14 W. McCarty. 

Wonnell John A., carpenter, 74 Indiana ave., res. 39 Cali- 
fornia. 

Wonner VV^illiam, butcher, 204 E. Washington. 

Wood Alexander, groceries and provisions, 129 N. Illinois, 
res. 127 N. Illinois. 

WOOD A. D., hardware and cutlery, 77 E. Washington, 
res. 1P4 N. New Jersey. 

Wood Augustus, carpenter Byrkit & Beam, res. 155 N. 
East. 

Wood Mrs. Cynthia, 177 S. New Jersey. 

Wood D. A., butcher, 163 E. Washington. 

WOOD & FOUDRAY, livery and sale stable, 10 N. Penn- 
sylvania. 

Wood Jacob, clerk Hanway & Rubush, res. 190 E. Wash- 
ington. 

Wood James, city engineer, Blake's building, third floor. 

Wood James N., assistant City Engineer with J. Wood. 

Wood J. A., messenger American Express Co., bds. Bates 
House. 

"Wood John M., (Wood & Foudray,) res. 53 N. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Wood John F., salesman G. II. Johnson, res. 145 N. Penn- 
sylvania. 

Woods John H., gas fitter and plumber, res. 109 W. Mich- 
igan. 

Wood Mrs. Sarah, 57 N. Pennsylvania. 

WOOD WILLIAM, (W. & Foudray,) 12 N. Pennsylvania, 
res. 140 N. Pennsylvania. 

Woods William J., res. 25 Liberty. 

Wood William, brick layer, 163 N. New Jersey. 

Woodall A. P., clerk Adams' Express Co. 

WOODBURN JAMES H., (Thompson & W.) res. 43 E. 
Michigan. 

Woodbury Josiah G., attorney, 19 E. Washington, up stairs, 
bds. Samuel Beck. 

Woodford Samuel, (col.,) brakeman Central R. R., res. 65 
S. Noble. 

Woodin Almon M., compositor Journal oflSce, bds. Littles' 
Hotel. 

Woodruff Stephen, shoemaker, E. Washington, near limits. 

Woollen William I., groceries and provisions, 27 W. Wash- 
ington, res. 35 E. Michigan. 



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Woollen William M., grocer, 82 W. Vermont, red. same. 
Woolf Moses, clothier, 43 W. Washington, res. US N. Illi- 
nois. 
VVorland William, grocer, 37 Virginia ave., res. same. 
Worman William, (Conner & W.,) res. 22 N. Mississippi. 



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res. 



43 N. 



Worn James W., watches, 2 Odd Fellows' 
New Jersey. 

Worst August, bartender California Saloon. 

WORTH ALEXANDER, secretary I. & C. R. R., office 
depot, res. 59 E. New York. 

Worth J. C, 99 N. Meridian. 

Wren John, carpenter, res. 192 S. Delaware. 

Wright Arthur L., deputy treasurer, office Court House, 
bds. 21 S. Delaware. 

Wright Augustus S., M. D., 6 W. Washington, up stairs, 
res. 136 N. Illinois. 

WRIGHT, BLAKE & CO., wholesale dry goods and no- 
tions, 63 W. Washington. 

Wright Cager, pump maker, bds. 28 Huron. 

Wright Rev. Charles P., (Methodist,) res. 91 N. Noble. 

Wright Frank, produce merchant with B. F. Tuttle, res. 38 

E. Vermont. 

Wright Henr^^T., bds. 100 W. Michigan. 

Wright Hiram M., blacksmith, res. 101 Meek. 

WRIGHT HOUSE, Louis Eppinger, proprietor, E. Wash- 
ington, bt. Meridian and Pennsylvania. 

Wright Jacob T., (Taylor, Wright & Hadley,) bds. Mrs. 
Downey. 

Wright John J., (W., Blake & Co.) bds. Bates House. 

Wright M. H., M. D., 23 S. Meridian, bds. 23 N. Meridian. 

Wright R. M., shoemaker, 50 N. Delaware. 

Wright Wesley W., saddler James Sulgrove. 

Wright W. G., city pump shop, S. side Maryland, bt. Vir- 
ginia ave. and Alabama, res. 28 Huron. 

Wright William IL, clerk G. T. Browning, bds. Bates House. 

WRIGHT WILLIS W., Secretary Grand Lodge I. 0. 0. 

F. Indiana, office second floor Odd Fellows' Hall. 
Wunsch Frederick, stone cutter, 70 N. Noble. 

Wust William, carpenter, res. 97 Fort Wayne. 
Wygant William D., res. 76 W. Maryland. 
Wynkoop John, laborer, 232 W. Washington. 



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Yabert Henry, switch tender Madison R. R. depot, res. 41 

Union. 
Yager Adam F., teamster, "Wabash bt. Liberty and Noble. 
Yager Christian, groceries, &c., 185 E. Washington. 
Yagger William, (Himbag & Co.,) res. 154 Noble. 
YANDES & CO., leather dealers, 38 E. Washington. 
Yandes Daniel, (Y. & Co.) res. 64 N. Pennsylvania. 
Yandes Daniel jr., (Y. & Co.,) res. 141 Virginia ave. 
Yandes George B., clerk Yandes & Co. 
YANDER & HINES, attorneys, 23 E. Washington, second 

floor. 
Yandes Simon, (Y. & Hines,) b<ls. Robert Browning. 
Yandes James W., res. 12 E. Vermont. 
Yeasper Frederick, laborer, 103 E. South. 
Yeber Frederick, street sprinkler, res. 92 Union. 
Yerling John P., tailor 178 E. Ohio. 
Yewell Solomon, book keeper, res. 191 S. New Jersey. 
Yohn James C, dry goods, &c., 28 E. Washington, res. 74 

N. Delaware. 
York Henry, agent with G. T. Browning. 
Young George, finisher, res. 68 S. New Jersey. 
YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION, rooms, 

S. W. cor. Washington and Meridian, up stairs. 
Young Jeremiah, machinist, bds. 68 S. New Jersey. 
Young Professor John, attorney, Ramsay's block, cor. Illi- 
nois and Maryland. 
Young William, plasterer, bds. 1 1 Alabama. 
Youngerman Mrs., bds. 84 Massachusetts ave. 
Youngerman Charles, stone cutter, res. 168 S. Delaware. 
Youngerman Charles, blacksmith, 12 N. Delaware, res. 16 

N. Delaware. 
Youngerman George, groceries and provisions, 20;' E. 

Washington, res. same. 
Youtsey Thomas, with Osgood, Smith & Co., res. 229 S. 

East. 



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Zanling Dennis, laborer, 177 S. East. 

Zellers Henry, blacksmith, res. Tennessee, W. side, bt. 
Fifth and Sixth. 

Zimmer Ferdinand, barber, res. 201 S. Pennsylvania. 

Zimmerman Christopher, patent roofer, res. 22 Liberty. 

Zimmerman James, carpenter, bds. 24 Liberty. 

Zimmermann Harman, drayman, 153 Railroad. 

Zones George, laborer Dumont & Sinlvcr, res. 213 S. Ala- 
bama. 

Zumbusch Theodore, watches and jewelry, 16 E. Washing- 
ton, res. 45 N, Pennsylvania. 

Zuir Albert, laborer, res. 30 Union. s 

Zutmier William, laborer, 54 Union. 



L. E. EROWNELL, 

NOTARY PUBLIC 

Insurance, Collecting, and Land Agent, 

NO. 10 S. MERIDIAN STREET, 

(Up Stairs, opposite Post Office,) 

INDZASTAFOLIS, IHrD. 

Special attention given to the Collecting and Securing of Clain 
tliroughout the State. 



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BUSINESS MTRROR, 



Containing the Name and Location of every Business Man 
in the City, under the particular Trade or Pro- 
fession in which he is engaged. 



Accoucliers. 

Bohne Mrs. M., 22 S. Alabama. 

Agents, Insurance. 

BROWNELL L R., 10 S. Meridian. 
Covington Geo. B., 14 S. Meridian. 
COVINGTON S. F., 14 S. Meridian. 
DAVIS CIIAS. B., Odd Fellows' Hall. 
Defrees John D., 54 S. Meridian. 
HENDERSON WILLIAM, Pennsylvania, 

near Odd Fellows' Hall. 
LOCKE &. BRO., 3 N. Meridian. 

Ag-ents, Rea.! Estate. 

BROWNELL L. R., 10 S. Meridian. 
BUTLER C. C, 10 S. Meridian. 
ELDRIDGE b CO., Little's Hotel. 
Fletcher S. A. jr., 19 E. Washington. 
GRIFFIN & CO., 79 W. Washington. 
Hobbs & Pierson, 86 E. Washington. 
McKernan & Pierce, 39 W. Washington. 
Phi.ipsl. N.,28E. Market. 
WEST & WILSON, 1 Odd Fellows' Hall. 
WILEY W. Y., 10>^ E. Washington. 

Agrricultural Implements. 

BIRKENMAYER P. S. & CO., 74 E. Wash- 
ington. 

Park &. Braden, 84 W. Washington. 

Bapp & Dawson, E. Washington. 

Buist Thomas, 60 W. Washington. 

Root, Drake & Co., 68 E. Washington. 

McOuat R. L. & A. W., 69 W. Washington. 

GREENLEAF & BROWN, 93 S. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Ale and Porter. 

Blaes N., 66 S. Pennsylvania. 
Butsch Peter, 73 S. Illinois. 

Architects &. Builders. 

(jSee also Carpenters.) 
Bohlen D. A., 23 E. Washington. 
Hodgson Isaac, N. W. cor. Meridian and 

Washington. 
Kurzan Joseph, 218 N. lUinoia. "• 



MAY EDWIN, 18 E. Market. 
TINSLEY, ANDERSON & HANNAFORD, 
4 Blake's building. 

Artists. 

Adams Mrs. J. G., 4 Blake's building. 
Cox Jacob, Blake's Building. 
Hays B.S., 32 »4 E. Washington. 

Attorneys at liair. 

Aikeman Thomas H., 10 E. Washington. 

Austin J. M., enquire at Sloan & Ingersoll. 

BARBOUR & HOWLAND, 19 E. Washing- 
ton. 

Bnsselt Horace, State Bank building. 

Brnwn Abraham, 7 McOuat's block. 

Brown Ignatius, 23 E. Washington. 

CAVEN JOHN, 23 E. Washington. 

Chapman George H., cor. Washington and 
Pennsylvania. 

Coulon Charles, 97 E. Washington. 

Deford Wm. R., 113 Massachusetts ave. 

Dumont & Torbet, State Bank building. 

Duncan Robert B., 4 W. Washington. 

Edgar James W., 2 McOuat's block. 

Elliott B. K , 21 E. Washington. 

ELLSWORTH & COLLEY, 10 S. Meridian. 

Fishl)ack W. F., 70 E. Washington. 

Gordon. Connor & Bowles, 10 E. Washing- 
ton. 

GORDON & DAVIS, Odd Fellows' Hall. 

Hall R. H., 24K E. Washington. 

Hamilton J. W., Court House. 

Harrison Benjamin, 30>^ W. Washington. 

Henderson William, cor. Washington and 
Meridian . 

Igoe M., 68 E. Washington. 

Kennedy Peter S. 

Ketcham & Coffin, 45 E. Washington. 

Macy & Morris, 34>^ E. Washington. 

Major Steiihen, Court House. 

McCarty N., 70 E. Washington. 

McDonald & Porter, Odd Fellows' Hall. 

McKenzie W. A., 8 Temperance Hall. 

Milner J., 70 E Washington. 

Morrison Sl Ray, 26 B. Washington. 

Newcomb &. Tarkington, 24 E. Washington. 

O'Neal Hugh, cor. Washington and Pennsyl- 
vania. 



Pattferson Wm., 32'}^ W. Washington. 
Perkins Samuel E., 152 W. New York. 
Perrtn & Perrin, 45 E. Washington. 
Quarles Wm., 25 E. Wa'shinfiton. 
Rea John H., State Batik building. 
Rand F., 26 E. WashinKto'n. . 
Ryan Richard J.,'3(i>< S." Meridian. 
Seidensticker A., 95 E. Wasliington. 
Sherwood H. L., American House. 
Smith Francis, College Hall. 
Smith Hon. 0. H., 51 N. Tennessee. 
STRINGFIELD W., 3 McOuat's block. 
Sweetser James "N.. 23 E. Washington. 
Taylor N. B., 109 N. Alabama. 
Taylor Robert A., 280 Massachusetts ave. 
V-aile H. M., 21 E. Washington. 
Taile Rawson, 117 N. Delaware. 
Wallace & Coburu, 23 E. Washington. 
Wallace & Harrison, 30)^ W. Washington. 
M'alpole & Ferguson, 233J E. Washington. 
Wick W. W., 9<) E. Washington. 
Woodbury J. 0., 19 E. Washington. 
Yandes & Hines, 23 E. Washington. 
Young John, Ramsay's block. 

Auction and Commission. 

Babcock M. D., 71 E. Washington. 

GOTT & FEATIIERSTON, 48 and 49 E. 

Washington. 
GRIFFIN & CO., 79 W. Washington. 
Wallingford & Hunt, 61 E. Washington. 

Bakers. 

BoUman Frederick, 91 E. Washington. 
Bossert John, 121 Ft. Wayne ave. 
Brown John W., 150 N. New Jersey. 
Fenter F., 77 Ft. Wayne ave. 
Foos T. J., 84 N. Mississippi. 
Gray William, 64 E. South. 
Grein & Thnlman, 214 E. Washington. 
Haynes Philip, 8 S. Meridian. 
Helfmann Jacob, 165 S. Delaware. 
Horn William, 181 E. Washington 
Knauff A., 103 W. Washington. 
Kuhn W., 181 E. Washington. 
METZGER A., 2 S. Pennsylvania. 
Rentsch E 134 S. Illinois. 
Weinberger J. C, 10 Louisiana. 

Banks; Bankers, and Ex- 
clian§^e Offices. 

Bank of the State of Indiana, cor. Illinois and 

Kentucky ave. 
Branch of the Bank of the State of Indiana, 

N. E. cor. Washington and Illinois. 
Fletcher S. A., 30 E. Washington. 
Harrison A. & J. C. S., 19 E. Washington. 
Indianapolis Branch Banking Co., Thos. H. 

Sharpe; S. W. cor. Pennsylvania and 

Washington 

Beef and Porli Packers. 

Gulick & Tweed, 16 N. Illinois. 
Mansur, Ferguson & Co. 
Mansur W. & I., II S. Meridian. 
McTAGGART I., 23 N. Illinois, 

Bell Hang-ers. 

Kain & Hilt, 30 Kentucky ave. 
Reinhardt Joseph, 49 S. lUinoia. 



Billiards. 

Bussey John, Washington Hall. W. Wash- 
ington. 



IMBERY G. A., 37 E. Washington. 
National Saloon. 27 S. Meridian. 
Walsman F., under Oriental House. 
Wiley A. & Co., 19 N. Illinois. 

Bill Posters. 

MEEK E. S., slate at printing offices. 
Smith S., 131 N. Mississippi. 

Blacksmiths. 

(See also Wagon Makers.) 
Berryman John, E. Washington, near limits. 
Brother John, Wabash near Liberty. 
Gates John J., 14 S. New Jersey. 
Gorham J. M., 76 Indiana ave. 
Harris James, 164 S. Delaware. 
Hellman Wm., 306 Virginia ave. 
Kennington M., 124 S. Delaware. 
Markham Thomas, cor. Pennsylvania and 

Maryland. 
McVaie David, 203 W. Washington. 
Schultz H., 92 Fort Wayne ave. 
Seibert Samuel, 252 E. Washington. 
Smith J. G., 167 Massachusetts ave. 
Tanblaricum & Forshee, 6 E. Maryland. 
Youngerman Chas., 12 N. Delaware. 

Blank Book Manufacturers 
and Dealers. 

BINGHAM & DOUGHTY, 18 E. Washing- 
ton, Sentinel buildings. 

Delzell & Tyler, 37>^ E. Washington. 

Douglass & Palmer, 36 E. Washington. 

Merrill & Co., 25 E, Washington. 

Peirine James B., Odd Fellows' Hall. 

Stewart & Bowen, 18 W. Washington. 

Sheets cfe Braden, 77 W. Washington. 

Werden & Chamberlain, 26 East Washing- 
ton. 

Boarding'. 

Berry Mrs. Ellen, 31 S. Delaware. 

Bright Mrs. E., 27 Indiana ave. 

Brvwning E., 88 Virginia ave. 

Budence H., 190 S. Pennsylvania. 

Burgess John W., 22 W. Maryland. 

Dame Mrs. J. M., 55 S. Pennsylvania. 

Dawson R., 72 S Illinois. 

Donnan Mrs. B.. 74 N. Tennessee. 

Ferguson Mrs. E., 20 N. Pennsylvania. 

Forrest Mrs. S., 35 N. Alabama. 

Fridley Mrs. S., 6 N. Meridian. 

Goebel John, 52 E. South. 

Hurd D. B., 26 Michigan ave. 

John Charles, 199 E. Washington. 

Johnston Mrs. P., 128 Alabama. 

Kinder Mrs., 71 >^ E. Washington. 

Knaus Jacob, E. Washington. 

Knight E.. 17 and 21 Kentucky ave. 

Kolb Wm.', 30 Kentucky ave. 

Lawton Mrs. R N., 71 W. Maryland. 

Lingenfelter Wm. H., 19 Circle. 

Miller Mrs. S., 84 N. Tennessee. 

Petrie J., 222 E. Washington. 

Pyle John, 44 N. Pennsylvania. 

Simons Geo., 31, 33 and 35 N. Illinois. 

Smith Mrs. M. C, 35 N. Alabama. 

Somsed Jacob, 59 N. Mississippi. 

Spann James R., cor Seventh and N. Ten- 

Stallard Mrs. C, 24 Virginia ave. 
Tarlton John, cor. Illinois and Maryland. 
TuUy Wm., 150 W. Washington. 
Wachter A., 54 E. South. 



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Boiler Makers. 

Dumont & Sinker, 77 S. Pennsylvania. 



Bonnet Bleaclicrs. 

Copeland Joshua W., 7 S. Meridian. 

Book Binders. 

BINGHAM & DOUGHTY, 18 E. Washing- 
ton. 
Delzell & Tyler, 37}^ E. Washinston. 
Doughvss & Palmer, 36 E. Washington. 
Grohe Charles H., 125 E. Washington. 
Lieber Herman, 42 E. Washington. 
Sheets & Braden, 77 W. Washington. 

Books and Stationery. 

DAYTON & ASHER, Odd Fellows' Hall. 
Lieber Herman, 42 E. Washington. 
■ MERRILL & CO., 'J5 E. Washington. 
PERRINE C. 0., Union depot. 
PERRINE JAMES 15.. 1 Odd Fellows' Hall. 
STEVVART & BOSV^EN, IH W. Washington. 
Werdeu dc Chamberlain, 2G E. Washington. 

Boots and'Shoe^, iVIanufactu- 
rers and Healers. 

ALDAG CHARLES, 13:1 E. Washington. 

Boaz G. T. & Co., 4(3 E. Washington. 

Bruner Charles, '2U S. Meridian. 

Buche E., 81 S. Illinois. 

Busch Christian, 149 W. Washington. 

Conner & Worraan, 75 W. Washington. 

EDGAR & FREEMAN, 6 W. Washington. 

Fisoher & Brother, 54 Bluff road. 

GRIFFIN & JOHNSON , 79 W. Washington. 

Haefner & Brother, 198 W. Washington. 

Karle C, 79 E. Washington. 

Karle Joseph, 33 E. South. 

Kistner John G., 51 S. Illinois 

Klingensmith & Riley, 53 W. Washington. 

Knodle A. & Son, 32 E. Washington. 

Lancaster W , 12 S. Illinois. 

Loucks C, 163 Virginia ave. 

Mathwig J., 5 Indiana ave. 

MAYHEW E. C.& CO.,8 W. Louisiana and 

5 W. Washington. 
Rehling C. H., 176 E. Washington. 
Rttinhardt & Shaefer, 48 Massachusetts ave. 
Richter A. I., 161 E. Washington. 
Riemenschneider H., 179 E. Washington. 
Schellschmidt F., 93 E. Washington. 
Schloii- C, 76 Fort Wiiyne ave. 
SilARPE JOSEPH K ,9()E Washington. 
SPINNEY W. N., 4 W. Washington. 
Uphaus H.. 188 S. Delaware. 
Vinnodge John A , 17 W. Washington. 
Walk L., 16 W. Georgia. 
Wands A., 12 S. Meridian. 
Wands J. &: Son, 57 E. Washington. 
Wert Joseph, 6 S. Pennsylvania. 
West George, 43 E Washington. 

Brass and Bell Founders. 

Davis J. W. & Co., 98 S. Delaware. 
Garratt & Little, 90 S. Delaware. 

Bre^vers. 

Buscher H. cor. Pearl and Alabama. 
Dietz & Hiebner, 278 E. Washington. 



Mickal John P. 



Brick Makers; 

Dettenbers E.. 144 E. Georgia. * 

Johnson 6. W.. South, near Noble. 
McNabb S., near Lawrenceburg depot. 
Myers Charles,- near Lawrcnceburg depot. 
Smith James, cor. East and McCarty. 

Brooms aiid Brushes. 

I McGiffin & Hodges, -3] Alabama^ 

Building Stone. 

Scott, Nicholson c6 Co , Delaware, bt Wash- 
ington and Maryland. 

Butcliers. 

Brough & Wonder, 204 E. Washington. 

Caylor S., 187 E. Washington. 

Caylor Jacob, cor. Washington and Delaware. 

Cook Richard, 5 N. Illinois. 

DePair A., cor. Washington and Delaware. 

Gulick & Tweed, 16 N. Illinois. 

Riggs & Davids, 67 S. Illinois. 

Thorn J., 115 Virginia ave. 

Car Works. 

FARNSWORTH & BARNARD, proprietors 
Indianapolis Car Works, Massachusetts 
ave. 

Carpets, &c. 

Carter J. & Co., 53 E. Washington. 
Fletcher H. A. cfc Co., 10 E. Washington. 
MORRISON J., 10 W. Washington. 

Carriage Makers. 

DREW SAMUEL W., E. Market square. 
Gaston H. R., 23 N. Illinois 
Maguire, Clark, & Tellcamp, 44N. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Carpenters and Builders. 

Adams Wm., cor. Michiojan and Alabama. 
Avery John L., 104 N. Alabama. 
Baumhafer & Stuckmier. 
Behymer Daniel, 66 N. New Jersey. 
Boaz William, 261 S. Pennsylvania. 
Boerum J. S., 200 N. Illinois. 
Bracken & Ayres 221 N. Tennessee. 
Brouse Andrew, 72 E. BJichigan. 

Brown , rear of Bates House. 

BuntyJohn, Tennessee. 

BYRKIT & BEAM, 60 S. Tennessee. 

Copeland Jesse, 35 E. Louisiana. 

Cox Henry, 184 W. Washington. 

Dickman F. & Co., Wabash near Noble. 

Drumbar Enos,32 Kentucky ave. 

Eden & Pigg, Market near Pennsylvania. 

Edwards W., cor. Market and Canal. 

Emmerich & Bease, E. Washington near 

Noble. 
FEARY & LOW, 18 S. New Jersey. 
Greer & Fearnley, 11 S.Illin'-is- 
Helwig Charles, 113 E. Ohio. 
Miller S. H., Georgia. v 

Rafert H. & Bro., 195 N. Illinois. 
Simmelink & Otte, 34 Liberty. 
Spicer B. M., Vermont near Delaware. 
Starr J C, 105 W. Market. 
Stilhorn Nieman &. Co., North near Noble. 
Stuckmier & Co., E. Maryland. 
Wonnell J. A., 74 Indiitnaave. 



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China, Glass, and. Queens- 
Avare. 

Hawthdi-n & Buchanan, 177 E. Washington. 
LINDLEY JACOJJ, 16 W. Washington. 
Shereden & Gil>bs, E. Washington nr. limits. 
MIDDLEJIAS D. C, 107 W. Washington. 

Cigars and Tobacco. 

DaiTow James R.. 186 Massachusetts. 
Dieti-ich Wm., E. Washington. 
IIEIDLINGEIIJ. A., lU ^f. Illinois. 
IIENNINGER & CO., 11 S. Meridian. 
HUNT C. C, 1(15 E. Washington. 
MEYER GEO. F.,-5 W. Washington. 
Otten D., 159 E. Washington. 
RASCHIG CHAS. M., 15 E. Washington. 
WALLACH J. L., 19 S. Illinois. 

ClotUiers. 

{See also Jferchant TaUoi-s.) 
Cottman J. A., -28 E. Washington. 
Criqui Michael, 13 E. Washington. 
Dernham M., 1 W. Washington. 
Dessar & Bros., 32 W. Washington. 
Franco A., 41 W. Washington. 
GLASER & BROS., 2 Bates House. 
Goepper F., 21 E. Washington. 
Giamling J. & P.. 41 E. Washington. 
Hall E. A., 2 Odd Fellows' Hall. 
Harmon & Wolfl', 39 W. Washington. 
McGinnis 0., 39 E. Washiniiton. 
MITCHEL & FRIEDLANDER, 34 W. 

Washington. 
Moritz, Bro. & Co., 19 W. Washington. 
Moritz & Bro., 3. E. Washington. 
Myer & Bro., 8E. Washington. 
Smith & Morgan, 35 E. Washington. 
Tapking & B uker, 63 E. Washington. 
WARD, FERGUSON & CO., 3 W. Wash. 
Wolfl' M., 43 VV. Washington. 

Coal Dealers. 

BurkJ. &W. C.,27 W. Washington. 
Jordan J. & T., E. South. 
Lowden James, 21 W. Washington. 
Ross & Harper, 42 W. Wasliington. 
Smith & Stevenson, 12 W. Maryland. 

Collecting- Agents. 

{See also Attorneys.) 
BROWNELL L. R., 10 S. Meridian. 
BUTLER C. C, lU S. Meridian. 
GORDON & DAVIS, Odd Fellows' Hall. 
McKernan & Pierce, 39 W. Washington. 
WEST & WILSON, Odd Fellows' Hall. 
WILEY WM. Y., 10>2 E. Washington. 

Commercial Colleges. 

BRYANT'S COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, 
Ramsay's block, Illinois cor. Maryland. 

Hayden's Commercial College, cor. Wash- 
ington and Meridian. 

Confectioners. 

Crall cSc Brothers, 55 W. Washington. 
Cunningham F. P., 156 N. Delaware. 
Darby &. Wilkins, 31 N. Illinois. 
Ganter C, IK) E. Washington. 
Ilaynf's P., 8 S. Meridian. 
Hull' John E., 76 E. Washington. 
Kluiter L., 91 E. Washington. 
Pariselte Joshua, 15 N. Illinois. 
Secrist Henry A., 77 S. Illinois. 



Coopers. 

Dashiell Masten, 178 W. Washington. 
Harper Henry, Illinois, near South. 
Ilimbag & Co, 10 Liberty. 
M;iy Andrew, 58 S. East. 
McKee Wm., E. Georgia.. 

Coppersmiths. 

Cottrell & Knight, 94 S. Delaware. 

Daguerrean Artists. 

Bailey F. B., College Hall. 
Bowers T. J., cor. Washington and Meri- 
dian. 
Crane & Steely, 19 W. Washington. 
FELLOWS JAMES W., 33 W. Washington 
Hays & Kunnion, 32 >4 E. Washington. 
Ohr M. L., 45 E. Washington. 

Dentists. 

FRINK S.\MUEL C, 10 E. Washington. 
Johnston J. F., 11 W. Maryland. 
Johnston W., 20 N. Meridian. 
MOFFITT&KENDRICK, 18 E.Washing- 
ton. 
Nichols T. M., 24 S. Meridian. 
NORTH G. C, cor. Illinois and Maryland. 
Wells G. A., 19 E. Washington. 

Drugs and Medicines. 

BROWNING ROBERT, 22 W. Washington. 
Daggett cfe Co., 14 N. Illinois. 
Hannaman Wm., 40 E. Washington. 
Lowrv, Wm. M., 16 E. Washington. 
MOFFITT WM., 172 E. AVashington. 
MOTHERSHEAD & COX, 18 E. Washing- 
ton. 
Pope J. P., agent, 33 W. Washington. 
Roberts W. W., 14 W. Washington. 
Rosengarten H., 86 E. Washington. 
Rosenthal I., 30 S. Illinois. 
TILLY WM., 73 E. Washington. 

Dry Goods. 

Barnitz Chas., 4 W. Washington. 
Carter J. & Co., 56 E. Washington. 
Clem A. &. Bro., 151 and 153 Mass. ave. 
Dunlop John S.,2 W. Washington. 
Fletcher H. A. &. Co., 10 E. Washington. 
Gilligan Miss M. A., 5 Bates House. 
Glenn W. & H.. 3 Bates House. 
Holman G. G.,3 Odd Fellows' Hall. 
Kirlin James, 36 W. Washington. 
MORRISON JACOB. 10 W. Washington. 
Ostermeyer F. & Co., 189 E. Washington. 
Thompson Mrs. M., 66 E. South. 
Tousey & Byram, 70 E. Washington. 
WILLARD A. B. & Co., 40 W. Washington 
Wright, Blake & Co., 63 W. Washington. 
Yohn James C, 23 E. Washington. 



Dyers and Scourers. 

BOUCHET EDWARD, 19 S. Meridian. 

Cudlipp B., S. Pennsylvania. 

DeLacroi.x J., 4 N. Meridian. 

HARRIS JOSEPH, 38 S. Illinois. 

Harris J. jr., 24 S. Illinois. 

Ilotz George, 59 S. Illinois. 

Kalisch B., 11 N. Illinois. 

STEINMANN JOHN, cor. Washington and 

Illinois. 
Stoacker Wm., 174 W. Washington. 



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Engravers on ^Vood, &c. 

FAHNESTOCK JOHN, 19 W. Washington. 
Perine L. B., Blakes Row. 

Express Companies. 

ADAMS EXPRESS CO., J. H. Ohr. agent. 
12 E. Washinjiton. 

J MERICAN EXPRESS CO., D. Ryan, agt., 
1 E. Washington. 

UNITED STATES EXPRESS CO.,D. Ryan, 
agent, 1 E. Washington. 

VALENTINE EXPRESS CO.. E. F. Rus- 
sell, agent, Bellefontaine Freight depjt 

File Makers. 

Stiedel & Drotz, Noble. 

Fire Kindlers. 

Hatch Wm. T., 198 N. New Jersey. 

Foundrys and Macliine 
Shops. 

Davis & Co., S. Delaware. . 

GREENLEAF & BROWN, 93 S. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Hasselman & Vinton, Meridian opp. Union 
Depot. 

TAGGART SAM'L, at City Foundry. 

Furniture Sealers. 

BURGTORF F., 129 E. Washington. 

Greenwald &. Whitthoft, 167 E. Washing- 
ton. 

Griffith J. R., 65 W. Washington. 

Jose Nioholai, 21 S. Meridian. 

Long M., 28 S. Meridian. 

Myers & Ilesse, cor. Washington and New 
Jersey. 

Ott John, 117 W. Washii.eton. 

Ramsay J. F., 21 S. Illinois. 

Sloan & Ingersoll, 197 S. PHnnsylvani:i. 

SPIEGEL, THOMS, & CO., 73 W. Wash- 
ington. 

Vetter John, 13 S. Meridian. 

Wilde J. ,71 S. Illinois. 

Wallingford E., 61 E. Washington. 

Weaver & Williams, 62 W. Washington. 

Gilders and Picture Framers. 

GettlsWm., 11 N. Illinois. 
Lieber H., 42 E. Washington. 

Orocers; Wholesale. 

Babcock II., 76 E. Washington. 

Barnitt & Brother, 17U E. Washington. 

Bates & Maguire, 6 Bates. 

Bradshaw J. & J., 25 Washington. 

Browning George T., 64 and 66 W. Wash- 
ington. 

Drum J. J., 24 W. Washington. 

Elliott C. A. & Co., 34 S. Meiidian. 

Fitzgibbon M. <St Co., 77 S. Meridian. 

HART JAMKS &CO.,84 E Washington. 

HOLLAND JOHN W., 72 E. Washington. 

HOLLAND S. J. & SON., 88 E.Washing- 
ton. 

Jones W. & Co., 29 S. Meridian. 

Mills, Alford & Co., 36 E. Washington. 

Ross & llurper, 2 W. Louisiana. 

Stout 0. B. & Brothers, 42 W. Washington. 

Taylor, Wright & Hadley, 66 E. Washing- 
ton. 

Thayer D., 45 E. Washington. 



Tuttle B. F., 13 and 28 W. Washington. 
Wallace Andrew, cor. Delaware and Virginia 
ave. 

Grocers, Retail* 

Avels Henry, 277 S. Delaware. 

Balke Charles, 177 E. Washington 

Barker Peter N., N. Missisippi, bt. Sixth 
and Seventh. 

Barnitt & Brother, 170 E. Washington. 

Batty John II., 21 N. Alabama. 

Beresser Charles, 36 Indiana ave. 

Bertelsmann Henry, 198 Massachusetts ave. 

Bingham James, Washington, E. of limits. 

Brads Thomas, 134 E. Ohio. 

Bradshaw J & J., 25 W. Washington. 

Branninger A., 168 Virginia ave. 

Bretz John A., 1(16 S. Illinois. 

Brinckmeyer John, 113E. Washington. 

Buscher & Hohl, 69 E. Washington. 

BuscherH., 51 E. South. 

Buschmann H., Bluff road. 

Bushrod Thomos. fcol.,) 123 Indiana ave. 

Butsch George, 173 S. Delaware. 

Carico John M., 37 Indiana ave. 

Carlisle J. & Son, 208 W. Washington. 

Clem A. & Brother, 151 Massachusetts ave. 

Crall &; Brothers, 55 W. Washington. 

DANFORTH & GENTRY, 3 Odd Fellows' 
Hall. 

Darby & Wilkins, 31 N. Illinois. 

Darrow James R , 186 Massachusetts ave. 

Davis E. L., Michigan road. 

Denks Andrew, 151 Indiana ave. 

Dill James, 24 IN. Illinois. 

Dixon James W., 64 E. Washington. 

Dougherty Charles, '.^57 S. Delaware. 

Dougherty James F , 39 N. Alabama. 

Drum James J., 24 W. Washington. 

Edwards B. J., 165 Virginia ave. 

Einatz A., 283 S. Delaware. 

Enners & Brinckmeyer, 166 E. Washington. 

Gathke Frekerick, 244 E. Washington. 

George James, 143 W. Washington. 

Gold Adam, 65 W. Washington. 

Goth Peter, 76 E. St. Clair. 

Griffith J. E., 1-26 S. Illinois. 

Hiigerhorst C. F., 115 S. Tennessee. 

Halin, Schnull & Co., 220 E. Washington. 

Hanway & Ruliush, 4 E. Washington. 

Hanser Charles, 50 Bluff road. 

Ilarmening C, 205 S Delaware. 

HART JAMES & CO., 84 E. Washington. 

Ileinrirhs Charles, 61 Madison ave. 

Hill & Si.olts, 81 E. Washington. 

Iliiide 1'. J.. 153 E. Washington. 

ILdlund .~^. J. & Son, 88 E. Washington. 

Humphrey James W., 82 N. Noble. 

Hunt Jesse, 216 E. Washington. 

Ittenbach Geo. & Co., 180 S. Deleware. 

Jones Isaiah, 121 Indiana ave. 

Jones W. & Co ,29 S. Meridian. 

Karin Daniel, 84 Pine. 

Kemker & Langenberg, 162 W. Washington. 

Kerlin James, 36 W. Washington. 

Koeniger George, 00 E. South. 

Kuhlman E. H. L., 187 W Washington. 

Langbein Joseph, 160 E. Washington. 

Lawrence A. V. 162 E. Ohio. 

Lintner C. H. & Co., 1 Indiana ave. 

Lintner J. II. & Co., E. Washington, near 

limits. 
Loback Jacob. 46 Fort Wayne ave. 
Loyman Charles, cor. Virginia ave. and Mc- 
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Maxwell J- M., 135 Imliana ave. 
McCord & Holbrook, 49 Massachusetts ave. 
Meyer John H., 2U4 Massachusetts ave. 
Miller Charles G., 109 E. Washington. 
Miller George, near White River bridge, 
jyjoore Henry, 11 S. Illinois. 
Morris S V., 77 N. Meridian. 
NICOLAI JULIUS, 91 and 93 W. Wash- 
ington. 
Perrot S., -2110 W. Washington. 
Piel W. F., 240 E. Washington. 
Pressel C. C, cor. Michigan and Tennes- 

Reeves E, & W. M , 46 W. Washington. 
Reid R. S.. 118 Virginia ave. 
Robinius F., 186 S. Delaware. 
Rodewold Henry, '288 Indiana ave. 
Rosengarten S., 253 Indiana ave. 
Rosenthal A., 28 S. Illinois. 
Schoppenhorst Wm., 1(11 E. Washington. 
Schott Joshua, 117 E. Washington.. 
Schweimhart Peter, 131 N. East. 
Severin & Co., 247 N. New Jersey. 
Simpson M. & R., 58 E. South. 
Smith Frederick, 126 N. Mississippi. 
Spencer & Keely, 206 E. Washington. 
Stout 0. B. & Brothers, 42 W. Washington. 
Syerup Henry, 119 N. East. 
Taene F., 167 S. Tennessee. 
Talbott R. C , nil W. Washington. 
Tiner F., 167 Tennessee. 
Thayer Daniel, 45 E. Washington. 
Thompson Mrs. M.,'66 E. South. 
Tuttle B. F., 13 and 28 W. Washington. 
Vickers Robert, 119 Virginia ave. 
Walker & Hubbard, 35 N. Illinois. 
Warland Wm., cor. Vu'ginia ave. and Mary- 
land. 
Weber F., 185 W. Washington. 
Wenger M., 20N. Noble. 
Werbe L. F., 185 W. Wa.shington. 
Woerner P., 68 W. Washington. 
Wood Alex., 129 N. Illinois. 
Woolen W. I., 27 W. Washington. 
Woolen Wm. M., 82 W. Vermont. 
Yager C, 185 E. Washington. 
Youngerman G., 209 E. Washington. 

Gun Smiths. 

BECK CHRISTIAN, 8 N. Meridian. 
Beck Samuel, 80 E. Washington. 
McLaughlin J. A., 254 E. Washington. 

Hair Dressers. 

CURRY & CANADA, Palmer House. 
Crawford John S, 4 N. Pennsylvania. 
Ferleng t£ Leminger, cor. Meridii^n and Wash- 

in;,'ton. 
Fey Rudolph, under Little's Hotel. 
Fisher B , 93 S. Illinois. 
Frinkle D ivid, 104 S. Illinois. 
Gibbs R., under Wright House. 
GleasonG. F., 14 W. Louisiana. 
HENNING & WEINBERGER, 12 N. Illi- 

MiUerR'.,155 E. South. 

Rider Henry, S3 E . Washington. 

HardTFare and Cutlery. 

Buist Thos., 60 W. Washinu'ton. 
JOHNSON GEORGE H., 12 W. Washington. 
Murphy & Holliday, 34 E. Washington. 
Pottage Benjamin. 72 W. Washington. 
Pratt Jacob S., 2 E. Washington. 



Root, Drake & Co., 68 E. Washington. 
Sulgrove James, 20 W. AVashington 
Vajen John H., 21 W. Washington. 
VONNEGUT C, 142 E. Washington. 
WOOD A. D., 77 E. Washington. 

Hats, Caps, and Furs. 

Bamberger H. & Cw., cor. Wasliington and 

Keiitiicky ave. 
HILL T. P., 30 W. Washington. 
Lindemuch & Rosenberg, 73 E. Washington. 
McGinnis Geo. F., 9 W. Washington. 
Reed B. F., 22 E. Washinston. 
Wilmot Samuel, 8 W. Washington. 

Hotels. 

American Hotel, E. B. HoUoway, opp. Union 
depot. 

Bates House, Wm. Judson, cor. Illinois and 
Washington. 

CALIFORNIA HOUSE A. Kistner, 136 S. 
Illinois. 

Carlisle House, H. Wagner, 217 W. Wash- 
ington. 

Cincinnatti House. P. H. Wolf, S. Delaware. 

FARMERS' HOTEL, H. Buehrig, cor. Illi 
nois and Georgia. 

Farmers' and Drovers' Hotel, J. W. Harris, 
212 W. Washington. 

Gait House, J. Schiiiiinel, 98 S. Illinois. 

Jefferson House, J. Deisler, 31 E. South. 

LITTLE'S HOTEL, Littles, Eldridge & Co , 
S. E. cor. New Jersey and Washington. 

Macy House, (boarding,) Geo. Simons, 31, 33 
and 35 N. Illinois. 

Oriental House, F. Costigan, Illinois bt. Ma- 
ryland and Georgia. 

Palmer House, J. D. Carmichael, cor. Illinois 
and Washington. 

Pattison House, A. S. Kingsley, 31 N. Ala- 
bama. 

Pennsylvania House, H. Hahn,208E. Wash- 
ington. 

Ray House, M. M. Ray, cor. Delaware and 
South. 

Temperance House, Sample & Davis, 99 S. 
Illinois. -■ 

Tremont House, J. Rinkle, cor. Illinois and 
Louisiana. 

Union House, Mrs. M. Mattler, 150 S. Illi- 
nois. 

Washington House, Jolin Mattler, 83 S. Me- 
ridian. 

Wright House, Louis Eppinger, E. Wasliing- 
ton, bt. Meridian and Pennsylvania. 

Ice Dealers. 

Butsch Joseph, 48 W. South. 
Pitts G. W., 78 Indiana ave. 

Insurance Companies. 

GERMAN MUTUAL INSURANCE CO.. 
of Indiana, 95 E. Washington. 

INDIAN ..\POLIS INSURANCE CO., 14 S. 
Meridian, up stairs. 

INDIANAPOLIS LIFE INSURANCE CO., 
14 S. Meridian, up stairs. 

RISING SUN INSURANCE C0.,14S. Me- 
ridian. 

Iron Railing-. 

Kain & Hilt, 3i) Kentucky ave. 
Williamson & Haugh, 2 N. Delaware. 



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Iron a,nd Steel. 

Buist Thomas, 60 W. Washin^'ton. 
Murphy & Ilolliday, 34 E. Washinsrton. 
Pottage Benjamin, 72 W. Washington. 

Justices of the Peace. 

Coulon Charles, 97 E. Washington. 
Fisher Charles 1 N. Meridian. 
Sullivan William, 47 E. Washington, 

Liard Oil^ Soap and Candles. 

Bushy & Perham, Maryland noar river. 
Dietz Henrv, 2413 W. Washington. 
Frost & Buell, 12 Pearl. 
TILLY & CO., Bluff road. 

r.ast, Pej?, Hub, Spoke, &c. 

Osgood, Smith & Co., 130 S. Illinois. 

Lath andSlnin^le Mills. 

Beynan Thomas, East, bt. Peru and Bellefon- 

taine R. R. tracks. 
Boyd David M. 37 S. Meridian. 
BROWN J. L., City Foundry. 
Learned & Stevens, 26 S. Meridian. 

L<eatlier, Hides, &c. 

Creasser Wm., E. Washington, near Pogue'^ 

Run. 
FISHBACK JOHN, 30 S. Meridian. 
Moonevs & Co., 75 S. Meri ian. 
SH.\RPE JOSEPH K., 90 E. Washington. 
VONNEGUT C, 142 E. Washington. 
Yandes & Co. 33 E.Washington. 

Liiine and Cement. 

BUTSCU V, c& CO , E. South bt. Pennsyl- 
vania and Delaware. 

liivery, Sale, and Boarding-. 

ALLEN &II.\VERSTICK, rear of Palmer 

House. 
Brinkman & Bucksot, ]7 S. Delaware. 
Johnston 0. W., 18 E. Maryland. 
Mills & Mansur, 24 S. Pennsylvania. 
Patterson J. 31., 34 E. Maryland. 
Reeves C. C, 194 E. Washington. 
Wilkison Wm., Pearl, rear of Wright House. 
Wood & Foudi-ay, 10 N. Pennsylvania. 

lioan Office. 

Ilolloway C. B., 15 W. Washington. 

Liocksmitlts and Bell Hang^- 
ers. 

Kain <fc Hilt, 36 Kentucky ave. 
Reinhardt Jos., 49 S. Illinois. 



liumber, liatli, and Shing^les. 

Brown P., 275 Massachusetts ave. 
Gay & Stevens, near Madison depot. 
McCORD tfc WUEATLEY, S. Delaware. 
O'Neal & Tull, 146 E. Washington. 
WALKER & KING, cor. New York and 
Tennessee. 

Marble Dealers. 

Dame Jason, 67 E. Washington. 
Downey Michael. 127 E. Washington. 
KEYS WILLIAM A., 26 S. Meridian. 
Weir & Bro., 35 Virginia ave. 



Mattress Manufacturer. 

TILFORD A. L., 73 W. Washington. 

Merchant Tailors. 

(See also Clothiers ) 

COTTMAN JOHN A., 23 E. Washington. 

Dernham Max, 1 W. Washington. 

Des'iar & Bfnthers, 32 W. Washington. 

ELWOOD FRANK. 8 N. Illinois. 

GLASER & BROTHERS, 2 Bates House. 

Goeprer Frederick, 21 E. Washington. 

Gramling J. & P., 41 E. Washington. 

Ilahn, SchnuU & Co., 17 E. Washington. 

Hall Eli A., 2 Odd Fellows' Hall. 

Harmon & Wolff, ,39 W. Washington. 

MITCHEL & PRIEDLANDER, 34 W. Wash- 
inu'ton. 

Moritz'& Brothers, 3 E. Washington. 

Ruckle N. D., 82 E. Washington. 

Scwaemlein E., 157 E. Washington. 

Shildmeier & Meyer, 144 E. Washington. 

Smith & Morgan, 35 E. Washington. 

Staub Joseph, 6 E. Washington. 

Tapking & Becker, t,3 E. Washington. 

WARD, FERGUSON & CO., :3 w!: Washing- 
ton. 

Milliners and Dress Makers. 

Aldene Madame, W. Market, near Cu-cle. 
BAKER MRS. A , 20 S. Illinois. 
Baldwin Mrs. E. R., 145 N. West. 
BROWN MRS. J., 15 W. Washington. 
Casselberry Mrs. M., 211 Massachusetts ave. 
Cobb Madame, 24 W. Louisiana. 
Dietrich Mrs. M., E. Washington. 
Dorsey Mrs. Amelia, 161 N. East. 
Fahnestock Misses C. & M., 14 S. Illinois. 
Hoagland Miss il., 5 N. Meridian. 
Holland Mrs. Mary, 11 N. New Jersey. 
Jenkins Miss E., 77 W. Washington. 
Kelly Miss A., 7 N. Meridian. 
Kirk Mrs. C, 39 N. Pennsylvania. 
Levi & Muhlenheck Misses, 20 N. Illinois. 
Lowmon Mrs. N., 58 E. St. Clair. 
Mahan Mrs. E., 31 Kentucky ave. 
Martha A., 165 E. Washington. 
Martz Miss C, 38 N. Alaiiama. 
Miller Mrs. C, 159 S. Delaware. 
PRATT MRS. L. A., N. Meridian. 
Rumann Mrs. N., 131 E. Washington. 
Smith Mrs. S., 86 Pratt. 
WILSON MRS. E., 23 S. Illinois. 

Mills, Flouring-. 

Bates' City Mills, R. P. Finney, 282 E. 

Wasliington. 
Charles John, 105 N. Meridian. 
Hunt &. Anderson, Capital Mills. 
Patterson James J., W. Washington, near 

River. 
United States Milling Co., 57 W. Washing- 



Musical Instruments, Piano 
Fortes, &c. 

WILLARD & STOWELL, 4 Bates House. 

Ne^vs Depots. 

Perrine Charles 0., at Union Depot. 
PERRINE JAMES B.. 1 Odd Fellows' Hall. 
Thomson Mrs. Anna, at Post Office. 

Ne^vspapers. 

HERALD AND ERA, Williamson & Lee, 
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INDIANA FREIE PRESSE, (German,) 
llenninger & Hielscher, GG)i E. Wash- 
ington. 

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, Bingham 
& Doughty, proprietors, 16, 18 and 20 
E. Washington. 

INDIANA VOLKSBLATT, (German,) Boet- 
ticher & Seidensticker, 130 E. Washing- 
ton. 

INDIANAPOLIS DAILY CITIZEN, Cam- 
eron & MoNeelv, 17 S. Meridian. 

INDIANAPOLIS DAILY AND WEEKLY 
JOURNAL. 8 S. P nnsylvania. 

NATIONAL DEMOCRAT, Charles Smith, 
editor, 30i^ S. Meridim. 

INDIANA FARMER, Ray & Wellhouse, 32 
Sentinel I'Uildings. 

WITNESS, Rev. M. 6. Clai-ke, editor, Odd 
Fellows' Hall. 

Nurseries* 

Cox Asher, 219 W. Washington. 
Hill John F., 38 N. Alabama. 

Oculists. 

Kendrick 0. 11.. 18 E. Washington. 
UPDEGRAFF PROFESSOR, 39 E. Wash- 
ington. 

Opticians. 

Moses Lucius W., 8 W. Washington. 
Bittenberg Israel. 27 N. Illinois. 
Semmons H., 27 N. Illinois. 

Oriiaiueiital Plasterers, 

Smith & LaRue, Kentucky ave.. near Wash 
ington. 

Paper Hang^ers. 

Roll Wm. H., 16 S. Illinois. 

Paper Wareliouses, 

Rockey II. S., 85 W. Wa'-hington. 
SheL'ts & Braden, 77 W. Washington. 

Painters and Glaziers. 

Beale Joshua, 133 Virginia ave. 

Cook M. B., 323i S. Meridian. 

Fertig F., 63 E. Washington. 

Fisher Andrew, Virginia ave. 

Haulings J. P., S. Pennsylvania. 

Jenkins Elienezer, rear of Bates House. 

Kisell F., 53 Liberty. 

KnottsNim. K., 118N. East. 

Morris J. C. & A., 70 N. Tennessee. 

OSGOOD J. B., 24 Kentucky ave. 

Hooker S. S. & J. S., N. E. cor. Illinois and 

Washington. 
Staats & English, cor. Meridian and Wash 

ington. 
Weidmans Thos., McOuat's block. 
WIIITRIDGE WM.,82 E. Washington. 

Patent Lamp. 

Pratt &. Sinker, 7 N. Meridian. 

Patent OTedicines. 

Frost J. M. & Co., 12 Pearl. 

Patent Solicitors. 

Ellsworth, Redstone & Co., 10 S. Meridian. 
Redstone J. II., 10 S. Meridian. 



Physicians. 

Abbott Lawson, 20 Virginia ave. 
Bobbs J. S., 172 E. Washington. 
Boyd J. T., bds. Wriglit House. 
Brown Clay. 16 N. Pennsylvania. 
BuUanl Talbot, 23 S. Meridian. 
Burge John, 94 N. Illinois. 
Coffin B. F., 155 E. New York. 
Cook S. S.. 17 E. Washington. 
Corliss C. T., 19 S. Mississippi. 
Darrach G. M., 41 N. New'Jersey. 
Dickinson J. L., 241 S. AIal)ama. 
Doneghy John T., 26 E. Washington. 
Dorsey N. J., 48 N. Pennsylvania. 
Dougherty Z . California near Washington. 
j Dunlap John S., Indiana Hospital for the 

Insane. 
Dunlap L., 16 Virginia ave 
Elliott Thos. B., 28 N. Illinois. 
Ewing David, 18 Virginia ave. 
Ewing Jacob, 18 Virginia ave. 
Funkh user David, 5 S. Meridian. 
Gaston John M., 10 S. Meridian. 
Galling Richard J., 44 S. Meridian. 
Homburg K., 24>^ E. Washington. 
Howard E. & Son, (cancer,) 52 S. Illinois. 
Jameson P. H , 5 S. Meridian. 
Keely Isaac I., 6 E. Michigan. 
Kendrick W. H., 33 N. East. 
Kitchen John, 4 P. 0. building. 
Klein Emil, 100 E. New York. 
Knefler N., 30 E. Market. 
Lee Edward S., cor. Meridian and Maryland. 
Lodge E. A., 26 E. Washington. 
Ludden B. M., 14 N. Illinois. 
Lynch M., 12 E. Market. 
Maitland Samuel, 62 Indiana ave' 
MERRILL JOHN F., l.)6 W. Washington. 
Miller George W., 28 N. Illinois. 
Parry, Bullard, & Wright, 23 S. Meridian. 
Parvin Theo., 4 P. 0. building. 
Pleasants John, 2 N. Pennsylvania 
Rhoads John W., 18 E. Washington. 
Rosengarten H., 86 E. Washington. 
Rosenthal I., 30 S Illinois. 
Schindler Robert, 244 E. Washington. 
Shaw & Corliss. Maryland bt. Pennsylvania 

and Delaware. 
Stedman E. P., 22 E. Market, 
Stevens T. M.„ 172 E. Washington. 
Stout 0., 23 Indiana ave. 
Teal Nathaniel, 3S!.^ W. Washington, 
Thompson &c Woodburn, 14 E. Market. 
Tomlinson J. M.. 107 N. Meridian. 
Torbet George A.', 30>^ W. Washington. 
WRIGHT A. S.. cor. Washington and Merid- 

WrightM. II., 23 S. Meridian. 

Planing: Mills. 

BYRKIT & BEAM, 60 S. Tennessee. 
Gay & Stevens, S. of Madison depot. 
Hill George W., cor. East and Georgia. 
KBEGELO. BLAKE & CO., cor. Canal and 
New York. 

Plumbers and Gas Fitters. 

Dunn John C, 59 E. Washinston. 
CLEARY GEORGE II., 105 W. Washington. 
RAMSAY & HANNING, 26 Kentucky ave. 

Produce, For^i^arding-^ and 
Commission. 

Barnitt & Brothers, 171) E. Washington. 
Carlisle J. & Son, 208 W. Washington. 



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ENNERS&BRINCKMEYER, 166 E.Wash- 
ington. 

HOLLAND S. J., 88 B. Washington. 

ROSS & HARPER, 2 W. Louisiana. 

Rusch F. P., t'S W. Washington 

Sim"sou N., Delaware, near South. 

Taylor, Wright & Hadley, 66 E. Washing- 
ton. 

WALLACE AMDREW, cor. Delaware and 
Virginia ave. 

Warland Wm., cor. Virginia ave. and Mary- 
land. 

Professors of Music. 

Baker J. A., 16 S. Illinois. 
Brummer Charles, 33 N. Alabama. 
Gresh Prof. B. F., 1<) N. Illinois. 
Newell L. S., 24 N. Mississippi. 
Pearsall Peter, 26 S. Tennessee. 

Printers. 

ELDER & HARKNESS. cor. Meridian and 
Washington. 

FAHNESTOCK JOHN, 19 W. Washington 

Herald and Era, 66>^ E. Washington. 

Indiana Frie Presse, office &6}i E. Wash" 
ington. 

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, office 16, 18 
and 20 E. Washington. 

Indiana Volksblatt, office 130 E. Washing- 
ton. 

INDIANAPOLIS CITIZEN, office 17 S. Me- 
ridian. 

Indianapolis Journal Co., 8 S. Pennsylva- 
nia. 

LANDON ALBERT W., 19 E. Washington. 

Publislters. 

DAYTON & ASHER, Odd Fellows' Hall. 

IIAWES GEORGE W., State Gazetteer, Sen- 
tinel buildings. 

HOWARD A . C ., Indianapolis City Dii-ectory, 
94 Fort Wayne ave. 

McEVOY HENRY N., Indianapolis City 
Du-ectory, Sentinel buildings. 

Pump Makers. 

Childers John P., rear of German Catholic 
Church 

Hall L., Delaware, near Washington. 

Hasket Elijah, Pearl, bt. Meridian and Penn- 
sylvania. 

Rockey H. S., 8.5 W. Washington. 

Wright W. G., Maryland, near Alabama. 

Restaurants. 

BECK EDWARD, (Crystal Palace,) 44 W. 
Washington. 

BEEBE RICHARD, (Empire,) 23 W. Wash- 
ington. 

DE'NIGHT H., (Magnolia,) 9 S. Illinois. 

Dietz G. & Co., (Washington Hall,) 78 and 
8(1 W.Washington. 

GRESH B. F., (Uncle Sam,) 19 N. Illinois. 

Hug Martin, (Capital,) 14 E. Washington. 

IMBERY A., (St. Charles,) 37 E. Washing- 
ton. 

LEDLIE JOHN, (Little House.) 

MAPES & CO., (Metropolitan,) 67 W.Wash- 
ington . 

Morgan George W., (Station Eating House,) 
120 S. Illinois. 

Paradise Garden, 68 Fort Wayne ave. 

Rhodius George, (National,) 27 S. Meridian. 

VauxHall, 21 E. South. 



Saddle and Harness MaKers. 

Andra John, 196 E. Washington. 
Blair J. M., 87 W. Washington. 
Dellerd Charles, 196 E. Washington. 
Hinesley & Hereth, 21 W. Washington. 
Nicolai C, 268 E. Washington. 
Straub A., 183 Massachusetts ave. 
Sulgrove James, 2U W. Washington. 

Saddlery and Carriag^e Hard- 
■*vare. 

Session T. B., 44 E. Washington. 
Sulgrove James, 20 W. Washington. 

Salt A^ent. 

Beach S. L., Oriental House. 



Baar Joseph, 169 E. Washington. 

Ballweg F., (State House,) 95 W. Washing- 
ton. 

Bauman Andrew, 248 W. Washington. 

Bott n., (Union,) 42 Louisiana. 

Brinckmeyer John, 193 E. Washingt^. 

Eritton John G., 158 W. Washington. 

Bush Jacob, 248 E. Washington. 

Dorsey Thomas, 180 E. Washington. 

Dunn Thos. B., 7 N. Illinois. 

Elff & Regenaur, 25 S. Meridian. 

Emmenegger M., Ill E. Washington. 

Eurick & Naltner, 12 W. Louisiana. 

Franke A., 164 W. Washington. 

Frenzel John P., (Kans is,) 85 S. Illinois. 

Cause Frederick, 15 N. Pennsylvania. 

Gutpeile Peter, 212 E.Washington. 

HahnP., 103 E.Washington. 

Hanranhan P. 188 S. Tennessee. 

Heidenreich C, 194 E. Washington. 

Herbst Frederick 238 Massachusetts ave. 

Hiller J. A., 168 E. Washington. 

Hold C, 93 E. Market. 

Hoppe George, 81 S. Meridian. 

Karle J., 33E. South. 

Koch Henry, Race near McCarty. 

Ledlie John, Little House. 

Lieber Bruder, Railroad ave. 

Menninger D. cfe C, (Court House.) 121 E. 
Washington. 

MuUer George M., W. Washington, W. end. 

Newcomb C, 133 N. Tennessee. 

Newcomer & Co., (Eagle,) 138 E. Washing- 
ton. 

Niggeman F., 186 E. Washington. 

OehlerD., 38 Bluff road. 

Piechochowskid M., 27 N. Alabama. 

Rossman Chas., 119 E. Washington. 

Russell Wm., 188 E. Washington. 

Santo cSt Baumann, 248 W. Washington. 

Schaffer Cornelius, Palmer House. 

Schloer C, 76 Ft. Wayne ave 

Schneider N.. 167 E. Washington. 

Schurr Geo., E. Washington, cor. Benton. 

Schwab John, Farmers' Hotel. 

Schmedt Henry, E. Washington near limits. 

Smith John W., 169 W. Washington. 

Sash, Doorsf and Blinds. 

BYRKIT & BEAM, 60 S. Tennessee. 
KREGELO, BLAKE & CO., cor. Canal and 

New York. 
Hill Geo. W.,cor. East and Georgia. 

Saw Manufacturers. 

ATKINS E. C, i'u S. Pennsylvania. 
Coffin N.T., 87 S. Pennsylvania. 



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Sawltlills. 

Gay <£• Stevens, S. of Madison depot. 
Hill GeoTse W., cnr. East and Georgia. 
KREGELO. BLAKE & CO., cor. Canal and 

New York. 
LinsenVierg &Co., Pennsylvania near Union. 
Wells Win. F., Massachusetts avenue near 

limits. 
Wishmier C. F., 290 E . Washington. 

Seal Press ManHfacturers. 

Ballard Austin, 5 Circle. 

SeTTin;^ Machines. 

nail E. A., (Singers.) Odd Fellows' Hall. 
i SUMNER A. & CO., (Wheeler & Wilson.) 
19 W. Washington. 

Silversmitlis. 

I Bailey Samuel P., cor. Maryland and Merid- 

I ian. 

1 Covert Isaac. 8 W. Washington. 

I Miller C, 155 E. South. 

Smut Mills. 

Cory A. & Co., "167 E. Washington. 
Gates Joseph, 78 Massachusetts ave. 

I Soda Water, &c. 

Scrihner Geo. B., Wabash bt. Noble and Lib- 
erty. 

Stair Builder. 

. CHESTER A. A., cor. Pennsylvania and 
; Union. 

j Stonevrare. 

' MIDDLEMAS D. C, 107 AV. Washington. 

j Surveyor. 

I {See also Arc7iUects.) 

I Case William P. 

Tanner. 

Creasser Wni., E. Washington, E. of Pogue's 
Run. 

Tea Dealers. 

I {See also Grocers.) 

Daggett Wm. & Co., 22 S. Meridian. 
Daggett & Co., 14 N. Illinois. 
IIEIDLINGER J. A ., 10 N . Illinois. 
Muir James, 33 W. Market. 

Tin^irare and Stoves. 

' COXCIIARLES, II W Washington. 
, Goldsberry L. D., 182 E. Washington. 

McOuat R. L. & A. W., 69 W. Washing- 
\ ton. , 

Munson k Johnston, G2 E. Washington. 

Piatt J. S., I E. Washington. 

Root, Drai<e & Co , C8 E Washington. 

WOOD A. D., 71 E. Washington. 



Toys and Notions. 

Hausmann Henry. 38 W. Washington. 

Hoyt Mrs. H.. .52 S. Delaware. 

KLOTZ & PFAFFLIN, 29 W. Washington. 

TrunU Maker. 

BECKER H., 30 W. Washington. 

nnibrella Maker, 

Mayer John F., E. Washington, E ®f Odd 
Fellows' Hall. 

Undertakers. 

BURGTORF F., 139 E. Washington. 
Herrmann & Gruenstein, 112 E. Market. 
Long Matthew, 28 S. Meridian. 
AVeaver & Williams, 62 W. Washington. 

Venetian Blind Manufactu- 
rer. 

Barr Jacob, 86 Alabama. 

Wngon Makers. 

Berryman John, E. Washington, E. of 
Cady. 

Graves Richard, Kentucky ave., near Ten- 
nessee. 

Montague Wm., cor. Maryland and Virginia 
ave. 

Munsell Henry, Wabash, bt. Noble and Li- 
berty. 

Richmann & Buchanan, 211 E. Washing- 
ton. 

Sibert H., 43 Virginia ave. 

Sutherland L., 162 S. Delaware. 

Wehling Charles, New Jersey, near Wash- 
ington. 

Watches and Je^velry. 

Baldwin E. J. & Co., 1 Bates House. 
Burton .Tames T., 17 N. Illinois. 
Daumont S. U., 9 S. Meridian. 
Ducker John B., 171 E. Washington. 
FELLER GEO., 17 N. Illinois. 
Fersiison C. A., 7 W. Washington. 
FRENCH CHARLES G., 37 W. Washing- 
ton. 
Rech M., 80 W. Washington. 
TalbottW. H. & Co., 24 E. Washington. 
Worn James W., 2 Odd Fellows' Hall. 
ZumbuschT., 16 E. Washington. 

W^ines and liiquors. 

FLAGG S. A., 32 S. Illinois. 
HART J. & CO., 84 E. Washington. 
Leier Anton, 140 E. Washington. 
MIDDLEViAS D. C, 107 W. Washington. 
Mueller Jchn, 154 E. Washington. 
RUSCHHAUPT &BALS82E. Washington. 
Volmer Chai-les, 95 E. Washuigum. 

W^oolen Factories. 

GEISENDORFF G. W. & CO., 268 West 

Washington. 
MERRITT & COUGHLEN, W. Washington 

on River bank. 







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POST 

WITH TI 

POST OFFICE. 


OFFICE DIKEC 

IE NAME OF POST OFFICE AND 


ITORY, 

COUNTY. 

COUNTY. 


COUNTY. 


POST OFFICE. 




Wayne. 






















Adams, 


Decatur. 




Wells. 






Alamo . . 






Clinton. 


Albany, 


Delaware. 


BaiTen, 


Harrison. 


Bai tonia, 


Randolph. 

Ripley. 


Alexandria, 

Alfont, 


Madison. 

Madison. 


Battle Ground, . . . 












Alaia, 


Putnam. 


Bear Branch, 


Ohio. 






Bear Creek, 

Beardstown, 


J=iy- 

.Tohnson. 




Fayette. 


Alto, 


Howai-d. 






Beck's Corners, .. 
Bedford . ... 


Montgomery 




Wabash 


A V i' 




Beach Grove, .... 

Beechy Mire, 

Belden, 

Belgrade, 

Belle Air, 

Belle Sarah, 

Bellville 


Rush, 

Union. 

Wabash. 

Martin. 

Clay. 

Jackson. 

. Hendricks. 






Ame, 

Amsterdam, 

Anderson, 

Anderson ville, 

Angola, 


Hendricks. 

Cass. 

Madison. 

Franklin. 

Steuben. 


Bellmore, 

Bennettsville, .... 

Bennington, 

Benton, 


Parke. 

Clark. 

Switzerland. 

Elkhart. 




Parke 


Atioka 


Cass 




Delaware. 


Antioch, 




Benton ville, 

Berlin . ■ . . 


Fayette, 


Arha 


Randolph. 

Hamilton. 


Arcadia 


Berrysville, 


Knox. 


Armiesburgh, 


Parke. 

Vanderbur"'h 


Bethany 

Bethel 


Clark. 

Wavne 






Bethlehem, 


Parke. 


Artie,. 


DeKalb. 


Big Springs 

Billinfsville 


LaPorte. 


Ashland, 


Henry. 














Aubbeenaubbee 

Auburn, 

Augusta, 

Augusta Station, 


Fulton. 

DeKalb. 

Marion. 

Marion. 


Blairsville, 


Posey. 

Rush 


Bloomfield, 

Blooming Grove,. 
Bloomingsburgh, . 


Greene. 


Fulton. 


Austin 




Bloomingsport,... 


Randolph. 






Avilla, 


Noble. 


BlonntsviUe, 


Henry. 


Blue Creek, 

Blue Grass, 

Blue Lick . . ..^ . 


Franklin. 

Fulton. 

Clarke 
















Shelby. 











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POST OFFICE. 



COUNTY. 



Blue River, Shelby. 

Bluff Creek, Johuson. 

Bluff Point Jay. 

Bluffton Wells. 

Bock's Mills, Madison. 

Bogus Run, Starke. 

Bono, Lawrence. 

Boon Grove, Porter. 

Boonville, Warrick. 

Boston, Wayne. 

Boundary, Jay. 

Bounton, Marshall. 

Bovine, Gibson. 

Bowling Green, Clay. 

Boxley, Hamilton. 

Boydston's Mills, ,. Kosciusko. 

Bradford, White. 

Branch Creek, Huntington. 

Bray sviUe Dearborn. 

Brazil, Clay. 

Bremen, Marshall. 

Brewersville, Jennings 

Bridgeport, Marion. 

Brighton, , Parke. 

Bright, Dearborn. 

Brighton, LaGrange. 

Bristol, Elkhart. 

Broad Ripple, Marion. 

Brook, Jasper. 

Brooklyn, Morgan. 

Brookston, White. 

Brookville, Franklin. 

Brownsburgh, Hendricks. 

Brownstown, Jackson. 

Brown's Valley, Montgomery 

Brownsville, Union. 

Bruce's Lake, Fulton. 

Bruceville, Knox. 

Bruin's Cross Roads, Parke. 

Brunerstown Putnam. 

Brushy Prairie, LaGrange. 

Bryant's Creek, Munroe. 

Bryantsville, Lawrence. 

Buchanan, Tippecanoe. 

Buck Creek, Greene. 

Buckskin, Gibssn. 

Buena Vista, Jefferson. 

Buffalo, White. 

Burlington, Carroll. 

Burnett's Creek, White. 

Burnsville, Bartholomew 

Busseron Knox. 

Butler DeKalb. 

But:er villa, Jennings. 

Byrneville, Harrison. 

Cadiz, Henry. 

Callao, LaPorte. 

Camargo, Jefferson. 

Cambridge City, Wayne. 

Camden, Carroll. 

Campbell, Oranje. 

Campbellsburgh, Washington. 

Cana, . .» Jennings. 

Canaan, Jefferson. 

Cnnal Warrick. 

Cannelton, Perry. 

Canoper, Adams. 

Canton, Washington. 

Carlisle, Sullivan. 

Carmel, Hamilton. 

Carpenter's Creek, Jasper. 

Carpentersville, Putnam. 

Carroll, Carroll. 

Carthage, Rush. 



POST OFFICE. 



COUNTY. 



Cassville, Howard. 

Castleton Marion. 

Catalpa Grove, Benton. 

Cataract, Owen. 

Cathcart White. 

Cave Spring, Decatur. 

Cedar Grove, Franklin. 

Cedar Lake, Lake. 

Celestia, Marshall. 

Celestine, Dubois. 

Centerton, Morgan. 

Center, Howard. 

Center Point, Clay. 

Center Square, Switzerland 

Center Valley, Morgan. 

Centerville, Wayne. 

Cerro Gordo, Randolph. 

Chalmers, White. 

Chamberlain, Allen. 

Chambersburgh, Orange. 

Charlestown Clark. 

Charlottsville, Hancock . 

Chesnut Hill, Washington. 

Chester, Wayne. 

Chesterfield, Madison. 

Chili Miami. 

Christiansburgh Boone. 

Chrysty's Prairie, Clay. 

Churabusco, Whitley. 

Cicero, Hamilton. 

Cincinnatus, Hendricks. 

Clarksburg, Decatur. 

Clark's Cross Roads, Warren. 

Clark's Hill, Tippecanoe. 

Clarksville, Hamilton. 

Claypool, Kosciusko. 

C laysville, Washington. 

Clayton, Hendricks. 

Clear Spring, Kosciusko. 

Cleona, Brown. 

Clermont, Marion. 

C leveland, Hancock . 

Clifford, Bartholomew 

Clifton, Union. 

Clifty, Decatur. 

Clinton, Vermillion. 

Clinton Lock, Parke. 

Cloverdale, Putnam. 

Cloverland, Clay. 

Clymers, Cass. 

Coatsville, Hendricks. 

Cochran, Dearborn. 

Coessa, Whitley . 

Coffee, Clay. 

Colfax, Clinton. 

CoUamer, Whitley. 

Coflfee Creek, Porter. 

Coffin, Henry. 

Cole Springs, Noble. 

ColeCieek, Fountain. 

Columbia City, Whitley. 

Columbus, Bartholomew 

Concord, Tippecanoe. 

Connersville, Fayette. 

Coopersville, Ohio. 

Cornucopia, Carroll. 

Cortland, Jack'^on. 

Corydon, Harrison. 

Cottage Grove, Union. 

Cottage Hill, St. Joseph, 

Covington, Fountain. 

Cox's Mills Wayne. 

Craig, Switzerland. 

Crawfordsville, Montgomery 





CITY DIKECTORY. 


203 


POST OFFICE. 


CODNTY. 


POST OFFICE. 


COUNTY. 


Crittenden, 


Cass. 

Noble. 






Fairbanks, 


Sullivan. 






Fairfleld, 


Franklin. 

DeKalb. 


Crossing, 

Cross Plains, 


LaPorte. 

Kipley. 

Lake. 


Fairland, 

Fairmount, 

Fairview, 


Shelby. 

Grant. 

Randolph. 


Crowville 


Warrick. 






Fall Creek 


Marion. 

..Fayette. 


Culbertson's, 

Culvers, 

Cumberland, 

Currysville, 


Wayne. 

Tippecanoe. 

Marion. 

Sullivan. 


Farm 

Farmers 


Clay. 

Kosciusko. 






J) lie 


Spencer. 


Farmington, 


Rush. 




Wayne. 




Randolph. 










uan^oia, 


Hendricks 






Dan Webster, 


Henry. 

Montgomery 


Fetl'erhuff^' Mills 

Fieli's Station, 


Carroll. 

Gibson. 


I Davis Creek 


. "iDubofs. 


Fillmore, 


Porter. 


1 Davison 

1 Davisville, 


Jasper. 

Shelby. 


Fish Creek, 


Steuben. 




Madison. 






Fish Lake, 


Elkhart. 

Miami. 


Deem 


Owen. 








Shelby. 


Deer Creek 


Carroll. 


Flint 


Steuben. 




Randolph. 






DeKalb 


DeKalb. 


Flower Gap, 


Washington. 


Delaware 


Ripley . 


Flowerville,. 


White. 




Elkhart. 


Floyd Knobs, 

Fly Creek, 

Forest Grove, 

Forest Hill 


Floyd. 

LaGrange 

Elkhart. 

Decatur. 






Delphi 

Delta, 

Dealing, 


Carroll. 

Parke. 

Hamilton. 

. .. .Perry. 




Montgomery. 




Washington . 


vei y. 


Henry. 


Forestvilltf, 


Madison. 


























Dover Hill 


Martin . 




Pulaski. 




Franklin. 


Francisco 






Wayne. 






Tliir-k freot 




„ ,.,. ' 












Dundee 


Blackford. 


Fredericksburgh, 

Fredonia . .• 


Washington. 




.Jackson. 


i Dunkirk 


Jay. 




Owen. 




Union. 




Shelby. 












Lake. 
















Hamilton. 


French Lick, 


Orange. 

Warrick. 




Boone. 




Wayne. 


Fruit Hill .•• 


Vi^o. 




Allen. 


Fuldi 


Spencer. 








Whitley. 




Wayne. 


Fulton, 


Fulton. 


















Edwardsport, 


Knox. 

Harrison. 




Marion. 




Cass. 




Bartholomew 


RepHnirsvillp 


Clinton. 


Eliza ville 






Spencer. 




Elkhart. 




Floyd. 










Eli-o,i 


Ripley. 




Marion. 






(Jilga^d 


Miami. 


English 


Crawford. 


Gillum, 


Jay. 






Kpsom, 


Daviess. 


Gold Creek, 


Brown. 






Go-hen, 


Elkhart. 


Eugene, c 


Vermillion, 











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POST OFFICE. 

Graham 

Grand View 

Grant 


COUNTY. 

Jefferson. 

Sjiencer. 

Grant. 


POST OFFICE. 


COUNTY. 


Howard, 

Hubbard, 


..Parke. 
..Clarke. 










Huntingsburgh, 


..Dubois. 


Granville, 




Grassy A'alley, 


Harrison. 


Huntsville 


..Madison 


Graysville, 

Greenbush, 

Greencastle, 


Sullivan. 

Grant. 

Putnam. 


Hymeria, 

Iba 


..Sullivan. 
..DeKalb 


Independence 

Independence 


..Grant. 
..Warren. 
Vermillion 


Greenfield, 




Green Oak, - 


Fulton." 










Greensbur<;h, 


Decatur. 


Indian Field, 


. -Fulton 


Green's Fork 

Greentown, 

Greenville, 


Wayne. 

Howard. 

Floyd. 






TnHn ' 


..Parke. 


























Grui.hs' Mills, 




Jalapa, 


..Grant. 


Guilford, 




Guionsville 


Dearborn. 


Jasper 


..Dubois. 






















ILtlf Way, 


Jay. 


Jennings, 

Jerome, 


..Franklin. 
..Howard. 
. Grant 


Hall 

nail's Corners, 


Morgan. 

Allen. 


Hamilton, 


Steuben. 










Hannegan. 


Rush. 


Jordan, 








Harlan, 




Juliet, 




Harmony 

Harrisburgh 

Harrison, 


Clay. 

Fayette. 

Delaware. 




T ntiortp 




. . li irtholomew 


Kech's Church, . 


. . Martin. 


HanisviUe 

Harrodshurgh, . . 

Hartford 

Hartford City 


Randolph. 

Mouro«i. 

Ohio. 

Blackford. 


Kendallsville, 


..N ble 




. Jett'erson. 
Fulton. 


Kewana 


Kinder . 




Hartshoro 

Hirl's Mills 


Warrick. 

Ripley. 




..Pike. 


Kingsbury, 

Kingston, 

Kirklin 


. . Laporte. 
. . Decatiur. 
. .Clinton. 


Haubstadt, 

Hausertown, 


Gibson. 

Owen. 


Knii'htstown 


. Henry 


Haw Patch, 




Knox 


Starke 


Hawthorn's Mills, .... 


::::::pfkT"^^" 


Kokomo, 


Howard 


Ilaysville, 


Dubois. 










Headsley's Mills, 


Fountain. 

Porter. 


T adoo^a' 








Hecla 








Hector, 


Jay. 


LaGrange 


..LaGrange. 


Heller's Corners, 


Allen. 


Lake Station 


..Lake. 
. Wabash 


Hermann, 


Ripley 


Hickory I' oiut, 

Hi"h Bank, 


Lake. 

Pike. 


L'lkevllle 


St lo^eph 






Highland 

High Rock, 


Vermillion. 

Daviess. 




■.iMarion'. 






HillsVioro 


... iienrv 


LaPorte, 

Laud, 


..Laporte. 
..Whitley. 


Hillsborough, 

Hob rt 

llobhieville, 


Fountain. 

Lake. 


Lawrence, (see Lanesville, . 
Lawrenceburgi:, 


..Marion. 
..Dearborn. 


Holland, 


Dubois 






Holmesville, 

H„lton, 


Laporte. 


Lawrenceville, 

Leatherwooil 


..Dearborn. 


Home 


TpfT . • 


Leavenworth, 


..Crawf.)rd. 


Homer, 


Rush 


Honey Creek 




Lecompton, 

Lee 


. . Knox. 

W>..-i,.l7 


Hope, 


Bartholomew 


II 





CITY DIRECTORY. 



205 



POST OFFICE. 



COCNTV. 



Lees'mrgh, Kosciusko. 

LeesviUe, Lawrence. 

Leipsic, Orange. 

Leo, Allen. 

Leonda, Miami. 

Leopold, Perry. 

Lewis, Vigo 

Lewisburgh, Cass. 

Lewisville, Henry. 

Liberty, Union. 

Liberty Mills Wabash. 

Lick Branch, Parke. 

Ligonier ... Noble. 

Lilly Dale, Perry. 

Lima, LuGrange. 

Limber Lost, Adams. 

Lincoln Ca-s. 

Linden, Montgomery. 

Linn Grove, Montgomery 

Linton^ Greene. 

Lisbon, Noble. 

Little River, Allen. 

Little Walnut Putnam. 

Little York Washington. 

Livonia, Wasliington. 

Lock, Elkhart. 

Lockport, Carroll. 

Lodi, Wabash. 

Lodiville, Parke. 

Logan, Dearborn. 

Logansport Cass. 

Log Lick, Switzerland. 

1-ondon, Shelliy. 

Longwood, Fayette. 

LoDgootee, Martin. 

Losantville, llandolph. 

Lost River Orange. 

Lovely Dale, Knox. 

Lowell, Lake. 

Ludlow, Dubois 

X-uray, Henry. 

Lycurgus Marshall. 

Lynn, liandolph. 

Lynn, M irtin. 

Lynnville, Warrick. 

McCor.lsville llani-ock. 

McConiiio:<stou-n Mirtin. 

McCoy's Stiti^.ii, l).-,;,[tnr. 

McGutchanviile, Vaii.lei:.urgh 

Mace, Mniitgomery. 

Mailison, Jetlerson. 

Magnolia Crawford. 

Maiialasville, Morgan. 

Mihon, Huntington. 

Manchester, Dearliorn. 

Manhattan, Putnam. 

Manilla, Rush. 

Mansfield, Parke. 

Manwarings, Shelby. 

Maples, Allen. 

Marco, Greene. \ 

Marcy LaGrange. 

Marantro, Crawford 

Maria Cruek, I^nox. 

Marietta, Shelby. 

Marion, Grant. 

Markle, Huntington. 

Marseilles, '. Noble. 

Marshfleld, Warren. 

Marsh Creek, Gibson . 

Mars' Hill, . ., Randolph. 

Martinshurgh, Washington. 

Mai tin's Comers, Shelby. 

Martinsville, Morgan. 



POST OFFICE. COUNTY. 

Martz Clay. 

Massillon, Allen. 

Mauckport, Harrison. 

Marins, Vigo 

Maxinkuckee, Marshall. 

Mayfield, Scott. 

Maysville, Daviess. 

Meadville, Jasper. 

Mechanics' urgh, Henry. 

Medaryville, Pulaski. 

Medelline Parke. 

Medora, .Jackson. 

Melrose, Rush. 

Memphis, Clarke. 

Mendon, Madison. 

Merom Sullivan 

Merri ira, Noble. 

Merrillville, Lake. 

Metaraora, Franklin. 

-Metea, Cass. 

Metz, Steuben. 

Mexico, Miami. 

Miami, Miami. 

Michigan City, Laporte. 

Michigmtown Clinton. 

Miildlebury , Elkhart. 

Middle Fork, 'linton. 

Middletown, Vigo. 

Midway, Sitencer. 

Mier, Grant. 

Mifflin, Crawford. 

Milin, Ripley. 

Milford Deeatur. 

Mill Avk, Fulton. 

:\Iillers'iurgh, Warrick. 

Millersville, Marion. 

Millhausen, Decatur. 

Mill Port, Washington . 

Milltown, Crawford. 

Mill ville, Henry. 

Millwood, Kosciusko. 

Milo, Brown. 

Mihoy, Rush. 

Milton, Wayne. 

Mishawaka, St. Joseph. 

Mitcliell Lawrence. 

Mixersville, Franklin. 

Mougoquinon, LaGrange. 

Monmoutli, .A dams. 

Monon, White. 

Monroeville, Al'en. 

Monrovia, Morgan. 

Monterey, Pulaski. 

Montez, Cass. 

Montezuma, Parke. 

Montgomery, Jennings. 

Monticello White. 

Montmorency, Tippecanoe. 

Montpelier, Blackford. 

Mooney Jackson. 

Mooretield, Switzerland. 

Mooresburgh, Pulaski. 

Moore's Hill, Dearborn. 

Mooresville, Morgan. 

Monre's Vinyard, U;.rthi)lomew 

Moral, Shelby. 

Morgantown, Morgan. 

Morocco, Jasper. 

Morristown, Shelby. 

Moscow, Rush. 

Mountain Spring, Martin. 

Mount Auburn, Shelby. 

Mount Carmel, Franklin. 

Mount Comfort, Hancock. 





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POST OFFICE. 


COUNTY. 


POST OFFICE. 


COUNTY. 


Mount Gilhoa, 

Mount Healthy, 


Benton. 

Bartholomew 


New Winchester, 

Nicholsonville, 


....Hendricks. 
Putnam. 






















Mount Meridian, 

Mount ;Moriah 

Mount Olive 


Putnam. 

Brown. 

Elkhart 


Noah 


Shelby. 


Noblesville 




Mount Pisgah 

Mount Pleasant, 

Mount Prospect, 


Lagrange. 

Martin. 

Crawford. 


Normanda, 


Tipton. 




DeKalb. 










Mount Tabor, 


Monroe. 




Boone. 


North Galveston . .. 




Mount Washington, . . . 


Montgomery. 


North Hogan, 


Ripley. 


Muddy Fork, 


Clarke. 










Muncie, 


Delaware. 

Wells. 


Northport, 


Noble. 

Hendricks. 


Mus^elman, 

Na])oleon, 

Nash Depot 

Nashville, 

Natchez 


Johi son 

Ripley. 

Vanderburgh 

.Brown. 

Martin 










Null's"Mills, 

Numa, 

Oak 


Fayette. 

Parke. 

Pulaski. 


Nebraska 

Neff 


Jennings. 

Randolph. 






Oakdam, 


Vanderburgh 


New Albany, 

New Alsace 




Oakford, 

()ak Forest, 


Franklin. 


New Amsterdam, 


Harrison. 


Oakland 

Oak Station, 


Spencer. 

Kno.x. 


New Baltimore 

New Bellsville, 


Posey. 

Brown. 


Oak Woods, 


Grant. 






Newberrv 




0"-den, 


Henry- 


New Boston, 


Spencer. 


Oldenburgh, 


Franklin. 

Ripley. 


New Bradford, 

Newbur.L'h, 


Whte. 

Warrick. 


Olio 




Oneida 


Kosciusko. 






Kpur ParlUlp 


St Joseph 




Cass. 


NewCasiIe, 


Henry. 


Orange, 




Oranueville 

Orchard Grove, 


Orange. 

Lake. 




Delaware. 






New Durham 

New Elizabeth, 


Laporte. 

Hendricks. 


Oiiand 


Steuben. 






Os'ood, 


Ripley. 


New Frankfort 

New G'lrden 


Scott. 

Wayne. 






Oswego, 


Kosciusko. 




Vi"o 


Otter Creek, 


JennicES. 


New Harmony 


Posey. 


Outlet, 


Lake. ^ 

Madison. 


New Holland, 


Wabash. 


Owensburgh, 

Owensville, 

Owl Prairie 


Greene. 

Gibson. 

Daviess. 


New Lancaster, 


Tipton. 












Kosciusko. 




Ripley 




Harrison. 


New Maysvilb 


Putnam. 


Palos Miami. 1 1 


New Market, 

NewMt. Pleasant 

New Paris 


Jay. 

Elkhart. 




.lennincra 






Parish Grove , 


Benton. 


Newport, 


Vermillion. 


Parker, 


Randolph. 


New Providence, 

New Keireat 


Clarke. 

Washington. 


Parkers' ursih 

Parker's Settlement 

Parkeville, 


Montgomery. 

Posey. 

Parke. 


New Richmond 


Mont;.'omery 


Patoka 


Gibson. 


New Salem 


Rush! 


Patricksburgh, 


Given. 

Switzerland. 


Newtown 


Fountain. 

Franklin. 


Pawpaw, 

Pecksburgh 


Miami. 

Hendricks. 











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POST OFFICE. 



COUNTY. 



POST OFFICE. 



COUNTY. 



Pekin, WashiDgton. 

Pendleton, Madison. 

Pennville Jay. 

Peoria Franklin. 

Peppertown Franklin. 

Perkins' Store, Daviess. 

Perkinsville, Madison . 

Perry, Allen. 

Perrysburgh, Miami. 

Perrysville, Vermillion. 

Peru, Miami. 

Petersburg!!, Pike. 

Petersburgh, Carroll . 

Philadelphia, Hancock. 

Piattsville, Parke. 

Pierceton, Kosciusko . 

Pierceville, Ripley. 

Pigeon Roost, Scott. 

Pilot Grove, Jasper. 

Pilot Knob, Crawford. 

Pimento, Viijo. 

Pine Village Warren. 

Pin Hook, Lawrence. 

Pittsboro Hendricks. 

Plainfield, Hendricks. 

Plainville, Daviess. 

Planters' Hill Jennings. 

Plattsburgh, Washington. 

Pleasant, Switzerland. 

Pleasant Grove, Fulton. 

Pleasant Hill, Montgomery. 

Pleasant Lake, Steuben. 

Pleasant Mills, Adams. 

Pleasant Ridge, Greene. 

Pleasant View, Shelby. 

Plymouth, Marshall. 

Po, Allen. 

Point Commerce, Greene. 

Poland, Clay. 

Polk Patch, Warrick. 

Pol!< Run Clarke. 

Pond Creek Mills Knox. 

Poolsville, Warren. 

Poplar Grove, Howard. 

Porter's Cross Roads, Porter. 

Porterville, Dubois. 

Port Gibson, Gibson. 

Portland, Fountain. 

Portland, Jay. 

Portland Mills, Putnam. 

Posey viUe, Posey 

Prairie, Tipton. 

Prairie Creek, Vigo. 

Prairie Edge, Montgomery 

Prairieton, Vigo. 

Prattsburgh, Ripley. 

Priam, Blackford. 

Price Huntington. 

Princeton, Gibson . 

Prince William, Carroll. 

Prosperity, Madison. 

Prowville, Washington. 

Pulaski, Pulaski. 

Putnamville, Putnam. 

Que nsville, Jennings. 

Quercus Grove, Switzerland. 

Quincy, Jay. 

Ragleville, Daviess. 

Rai nsville, Warren. 

Raleigh, Rush. 

Raysville, Henry. 

Reddington, Jackson. 

Reelsville, Putnam. 

Reese's Mill, Boone. 



Reiffsburgh, Wells. 

Rensselaer, Jasper 

Reserve, Miami. 

Retreat, Jackson' 

Reynolds, White. 

Richardson, St. Joseph. 

Richland, Rush. 

Richmond, Wayne. 

Richville Elkhart. 

Richwoods, Delaware. 

Ridgeville, Randolph. 

Rigdon, Grant. 

Riiey, Vigo. 

Ringgold, Lagrange. 

Rising Sun, Ohio. 

Roanoke, Huntington. 

Rob Roy, Fountain. 

Rochester, Fulton. 

Rochester Noble. 

Rock Creek, Bartholomew 

Rock Field, Carroll. 

Rockford, .Tackson. 

Rockport, Spencer. 

Rockville Parke. 

Rogersville, Henry. 

Rolling Prairie, Laporte. 

Rome, Noble. 

Rome, Perry. 

Romney, Tippecanoe. 

Boot, Allen. 

Rose Hill, Kt)sciusko. 

Roselle, Laporte. 

Roseville, Parke. 

Rosewood, Harrison. 

Ross, Lake. 

Roseburgh, Decatur. 

Rossville, Clinton. 

Royal Center, Cass. 

Royaiton, Boone. 

Rushville, Rush. 

Russell's Mills, Parke. 

Russiaville Putnam. 

Rus.-^ellville, Clinton. 

Saint John, Lake. 

Saint Leon, Dearborn. 

Saint Marys, Vigo. 

Saint Omer, Decatur. 

Saint Paul Decatur. 

Saint Peters Franklin. 

Saint Wendels, Posey. 

Saint Windals, Posey. 

Salamonia, Jay. 

Sal m, Washington. 

Salem, Jay. 

Salem Center, Steuben. 

Saltilloville Washington. 

Saluda, Jeflerson. 

Sandford, Vigo. 

Sandy Ridge, Steuben . 

San Jacinto, .iennings. 

San Pierre, Starke. 

Santa Claus, Spencer. 

Santa Fe, Miami. 

Sardinia, Dec"tur. 

Saturn, Whitley. 

Sauk Village, Laporte. 

Sandersville, Vanderburgh 

Seipio, Jennings. 

Scotland Greene. 

Scottsville, Floyd. 

Sellersburgh, Clarke. 

Selma, Delaware. 

SeVistopol, Kosciusko. 

Seymour Jackson. 



POST OFFICE. COUNTY. 

Shannondale. Montgomery. 

Sharon, Delaware. 

Sharp's Mills, Harrison. 

Sharpsville, Tiptou. 

Shawnee Mound, Tippecanoe. 

She isville, Morgan 

Sheil ville Hamilton. 

Shell).vville, Shelhy . 

Sidney, Marshall. 

Silver Lake, Kosciusko. 

Silverville, Lawrence. 

Simon's Corners, Noble. 

Six Mile, Jennings. 

Slash, Granf. 

Sligo, Marshall. 

Smelser's Mills, Rush . 

Smithfield, Delaware. 

Smithland, Shelby. 

Smithville, Monroe. 

Smyrna, Decatur. 

Solitule, Posey. 

Solsberry, Greene. 

Somerset, Wabash. 

Somerville, Gibson. 

South Benil, St. Joseph. 

South Boston, Washington. 

Souih Gate Franklin. 

South Hanover, Jetlerson. 

South Milfoi-d, LaGrange. 

Southport, Marion 

South-west Elkhart. 

South Whitley Whitley. 

Spade Depot, Kipley . 

Sparksville, Jackson. 

Sparta, Dearborn . 

Spartanburg, Randolph. 

Sparksville, Brown. 

Spencer, Owen. 

Spencerville, DeKalb. 

Spiceland, Henry. 

Spring Creek, Cass. 

Spring Dale, Harrison. 

Springfield, Franklin. 

Springfield Mills, Noble. 

Spring Hill, Lawrence. 

Spring Mill, Lawrence. 

Springtown, Hendricks. 

Springville Laporte. 

Springville, Lawrence. 

Stamper's Creek, Orange. 

Stanford, Monroe. 

Star Rush . 

Staunton, Clay. 

Steam Corner, Fountain. 

Steeles Rush. 

Stewartsville, Posey. 

Stilesville, Hendricks. 

Stillwell, Jackson. 

Stip's Hill, Franklin. 

Stock Dale, Wabash. 

Stockton, Owen . 

Stoney Point, Jefferson . 

Straw Point, Hamilton. 

Springtown, Ripley. 

Sugar Branch Switzerland. 

Sugar Creek, Hancock. 

Sugar Grove, Tippecanoe. 

Sugar River Montgomery. 

Sullivan, Sullivan. 

Suljiliur Hill, Shelby. 

Sulphur Springs, Henry. 

Summit Whitley. 

Sumniitville, Madison. 

Sumption Prairie, St.Joseiih. 



POST OFFICE. COUNTY. 

Swain's Mills, Rush. 

Swan, Noble. 

Swanville, Jefiferson. 

Sylvan Grove, Clarke. 

Sylvania, Parke. 

Syracuse, Kosciusko. 

Tampico, Howard. 

Tassimong Grove, Porter . 

Tawtaw Allen 

Taylorsburgh, Bartholomew 

Taylor's Corners, DeKalb. 

Taylorsville, Warrick. 

Tell City, Perry. 

Terre Coupee, 

Terre Haute, Vigo. 

Tetersburgh Tipton . 

Texas, Washington. 

Thornleysville, Boone. 

Thorntown, Boone. 

Tippecanoetown, Marshall . 

Tipton, Tipton. 

Toronto, Vermillion. 

Toto, Starke. 

Trafalgar, Johnson. 

Trask, Grant. 

Trenton, Randolph. 

Trinity Spring, Martin. 

Tripton, Jennings. 

Troy Perry. 

Turkey Creek Steuben. 

Turman's Creek, Sullivan. 

Twelve Mile, Cass. 

Two M le Prairie, Pulaski. 

Tyner City, Marshall. 

Union, Pike. 

Uiiion City, Randolph. 

Union Mills, Laporte. 

Uniontown, Wells. 

Uniouville, Monroe. 

Urbanna, Wabash. 

Utah, LaGrange. 

Utica, Clarke. 

Valeene, Orange. 

Valley Fai-m, Jackson. 

Vallonia, Jackson. 

Valparaiso, Laporte. 

Van Buren, Clay. 

Vandalia, Owen. 

Vera Cruz, Wells. 

Vermont, Howard. 

Vernon, Jennings. 

Versailles, Ripley. 

Vevay, Switzerland. 

A'ictor, DeKalb. 

Vienna, S ott. 

Vincennes, Knox. 

Vistula, Elkhart. 

Volga, Jefferson. 

Wabash, Wabash. 

Wadesville, Posey. 

Walesboro, Bartholomew 

Walkersville Jasper. 

Wallace, 1- ountain . 

Walnut Creek, Grant. 

Walpole, Hancock. 

Walton, Cass. 

Warren, Huntington. 

Warrington, Hancock. 

Warsaw Kosciusko. 

Washington, Daviess. 

Washington Center, W'hitley. 

Waterfcjrd, Elkhart. 

Waterloo, Fayette. 

Wauhoo, Viso. 



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POST OFFICE. CODNTV. " 

Wavelani, Montgomery' 

Waverly, Morgan. 

Waw-pe-cong, Miami. 

Way, Ripley. 

Waynesburg, Decatur. 

Way nesville, Bartholomew 

Waynetown, Montgomery. 

Wayport, Monroe. 

Wea View, Tippecanoe. 

Webster, Wayne. 

Webster, Kosciusko. 

Wenona, Henry. 

West Buena Tista, Gibson. 

Westchester, Jay. 

West Creek, Lake. 

Westfield, Hamilton. 

West Franklin, Posey. 

West Kinderhook, Tipton. 

Westland, Hancock. 

West Lebanon, Warren . 

West Liberty, Howard . 

West Newton, Marion. 

Weston, Jennings. 

West Point, Tippecanoe. 

Westport, Decatur. 

West Union Fayette. 

West Union, Knox. 

West Union, Parke. 

Westville, Laporte. 

West York, St. Joseph. 

Wheatland, Knox. 

Wheeling, Delaware. 

Whitcomb Franklin. 

White Cottage, Harrison. 

White Hall, Owen. 

White Lick Boone. 

White Oak Grove, Dubois. 

White River, Morgan . 

White's Grove, Jasper. 

Whitestown, Boone. 

Whitesville Montgomery. 

White Water Wayne. 

Wickliffe Crawford. 

Wildcat, Carroll. 



POST OFFICE. COCNTT. 

Williamsburg, Johnson. 

Williamsburg Wayne. 

Williamsport, Warren. 

Williamstown, Decatur. 

Willow Branch, Hancock. 

Wilmington, Dearborn. 

Wilmot, Noble. 

Winchester, Randolph. 

Windfall, Tipton." 

Windfield, Posey. 

Windsor, Randolph. 

Winfield Lake. 

Winnamac, Pulaski. 

Windship's Mill, Clinton. 

Winslow, i....Pke. 

Wintersville, Decatur. 

Winterbound Shelby. 

Wirt, Jefferson. 

Wolcott Mills LaGrange. 

Wolf Lake, .T<oble. 

Woodland, St. Joseph. 

Wood ville Jackson. 

Wooster, Scott. 

Worth, Dubois. 

Worthington, Greene. 

Worthsville, Johnson. 

Wright, Greene. 

Wright's Corners, Dearborn. 

Wright's Mills, Parke. 

Wyandotte, Tippecanoe. 

Wynn, Franklin. 

Xenia, Miami. 

Yankeetown, Warrick . 

Yellow Creek, Kosciusko. 

Yellow River, Marshall. 

York Center Steuben. 

Yorktown, Delaware. 

Yorkville Dearborn. 

Y'ountsville, Montgomery. 

Zanesville, Wejk. 

Zenas, Jennings. 

Zion, Grant. 

Zionsville Boone. 



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Devoted to Temperance and Social Iraproveraents. 
TllE OXLl TEill'ERAA'CE PAPER 1\' THE STATE, 

Issued on the 1st and 15th of each Month. 

CARRIE D. FILKINS BUSH, Editor and Proprietor. 



Terms, $1,00 per annum. Communications and business letters should 
be addressed, *' Western Olive Branch," Indianapolis, Ind. 

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JOHN F. MERRILL, M. D., 

15G W". ^VN^asliington Street. 

Dr. MERRiLii devotes his time exclusively to the treatment of Chronic 
Diseases, Scrofula, Rheumatism, Diseases peculiar to Females, Effections 
of the Liver, Secret Diseases, Fistula, Self Abuse, Female Obstructions, 
from whatever cause produced ; Fits, Enlargement of Sijleen, Scald 
Head, &c. — Diseases examined by Uriscopia, or Chemical Examination 
of the Urine, if desired. Remedial Agents wholly Eclectic. Office ac- 
cessible Day or Night. No Boys around. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 



211 



CITY GOVERNMENT. 



Annual Election Second Tuesday in May. Council meets ever^ 
OTHER Saturday night. 



CITY OFFICERS FOR 1858. 

Mayor— ^. D. MAXWELL. 
Treasurer— J A.Um M. .JAMESON. 
Cfcri— JOHN G. WATERS. 
i/arsAai— AUGUSTINE D. ROSE. 
Deputy Marshal— WM. BRETNEY. 
City Bnffineer— JAMES WOOD, Sr. 
Assistant Etiffineer-J AMES WOOD, Jr. 
Street Co77imissioner—liEl<IRY COLESTOCK. 
Market J/«s<er— CHARLES JOHN. 
Assessor— DAVID L. MERRYMAN. 
City Attorney— SAMUEL V. MORRIS. 

COUNCILMEN. 

First Ward — Joseph K. English, George W. Durham. 
Second Ward — Albert G. Porter, William Hadley. 
Third Ward — Jacob Vandegrift, Jacob S. Pratt. 
Fourth Ward — Erie Locke, George A. GeisendorfF. 
Fifth Fare?— Stephen McNabb, Robert Greenfield. 
Sixth Ward — Livingston Dunlap, Myron North. 
Seventh Tfarc?— Thomas Cottrell, S. A. Fletcher, Jr. 

SCHOOL TRUSTEES. 
David S. Beaty, John Love, D. V. Culley. 



POLICE DEPARTMENT. 



Captain, Samuel Lefever, 
First Ward, Thomas Amos. 
Second Ward, Halden Davis. 
Third Ward, Charles Carter. 



Fourth Ward, Richard Ware. 
Fifth Ward, W. H. Culbertson. 
Sixth Ward, John S. Russell. 
Seventh Ward, Hubbard Adams. 



Sealer of Weights and Measures, John G. Hanning. 
Keeper of Cemetery, John Moffitt. 



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CENTER TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 



Constables, David W. Loucks, Robert 
B. Barbee, James H. Stapp, John 
R. Long. 

Clerk. John Dennis. 



Treasurer, A. J. Hinesley. 
Trustees, Jacob Nieman, Joshua M. 
W. Langsdale, 



MARION COUNTY OFJ'ICERS. 



Judge of Common Fleas Court, David 

WaUace. 
Clerk of Circuit and Common Pleas 

Court, John C. New. 
Principal Deinihj, Fred C.Knefler. 
Sheriff, John E. Foudray. 
Recorder, Alexander G. Wallace. 
Deputies, William C. Smock, Wm. J. 

Wallace. 
Coroner, John Moffitt. 



Treasurer, Jesse Jones. 

Deputy, Arthur S. AVright. 

Auditor, Austin H. Brown. 

Deputy, Francis W. Hamilton. 

Surveyor, Royal Mayhew. 

Prosecuting Attorney Court of Com- 
mon Pleas, James N. Sweetzer. 

Commissioners, Levi A. Hardesty, 
Thomas Johnson, Thomas W. 
Council. 

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COURTS. 

UNITED STATES CIRCUIT COURT, 

Held at the State House on the third Mondays of November and May in 

each year. 

Circuit Judge, John McLean. Circuit Clerk, Horace Bassett. 

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT, 

Held at the State House on the third Mondays of November and May in 

each year. Clerk's office at State Bank buildings. 
District Judge, Elisha M. Huntington. District Clerk, John H. Rea. 

District Attorney, Daniel W. Voorhees. 

UNITED STATES MARSHAL. 

Marshal, John L. Robinson; office State Bank buildings. 
Deputy Marshals, Geo. McOuat, Samuel Barbour, C. W. Seely. 
United States Commissioners, John H. Rea, Reginald Hall, H. C. Newcomb. 

SUPREME COURT. 

Court meets in State House fourth Mondays in May and November. 

Judges, Andrew Davison, J. L. Worden, Jas. M. Hanna, Samuel E. Perkins- 

Clerk, William B. Beach. Sheriff, Henry H. Nelson. 

MARION CIRCUIT COURT, 

Meets at court house, Indianapolis, fourth Mondays in April and October. 
Judge Fifth Judicial Circuit, Stephen Major. 
Clerk, John C. New. Prosecuting Attorney, W. P. Fishback. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 



213 



MARION COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. 

Meets at the court house in Indianapolis, first Mondays in January, 

April, July, and October. 

Judge, David Wallace. Clerk, John C. New. 

Prosecuti7ig Attorney, James N. Sweetzer. 



FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

Chief Engineer, Joseph W. Davis. I 2d Assistant, John S. Avery. 
\st Assistant, Cornelius King. | 

FIRE ASSOCIATION. 
Corner New York and Delaware sts. 
President, Joseph K. English. I Secretary, Geo. H. West. 

Vice President, G. W. Buchanan. | Treasurer, Emanuel Haugh. 

MARION FIRE COMPANY NO 1. 
Corner New York and Delaware streets. 
President, J. K. English. I Secretary, Wm. Whitten. 

Vice President, W. W. Darnell. | Treasurer, Aaron Clem. 

RELIEF FIRE COMPANY NO. 1. 
Meridian street, south of Washington. 
President, J. J. Bisbing. I Secretary, C. H. Rhile. 

Vice President, J. F. Merrill. | Treasurer, A. Wands 

INVINCIBLE FIRE COMPANY NO. 2. 

New Jersey, between Washington and Market streets. 
President, Chas. Pi,ichmann. 1 Secretary, Andrew Wallace. 

Vice President, James Buchanan. | Treasurer, F. Tapking. 

WESTERN FIRE COMPANY NO. 4. 

Washington, west of West st. 
President, Wm. 0. Sherwood. I Secretary, John G. Humring. 

Vice President, Nelson AV. Smith. | Treasurer, D. C. Greenfield. 

UNION FIRE COMPANY NO. 5. 

South street, between Delaware and Alabama. 
President, G. W. Buchanan. I Secretary, John Cooper. 

Vice President, Henry Koch. | Treasurer, George Youngei'man. 

NORTH-WESTERN FIRE COMPANY NO. 6. 

Indiana avenue, west of Canal. 
President, R. A. Looker. I Secretary, G. W. Miller. 

Vice President, David Anton. | Treasurer, G. W. Pitts. 

HOOK AND LADDER COMPANY NO. 1. 
Delaware street, between Market and Ohio. 



President, John L. Avery. 

Vice President, Thos. G. Alford. 



Secretary, J. H. Kennedy. 
Treasurer, James M. Jameson. 



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INDIANAPOLIS 



MILITARY. 

There are four military companies in this city, ■well organized, and are 
composed of about 275 members. 

INDIANAPOLIS NATIONAL GUARDS. 

Oi'ganized March 11th, 1856. Number of members, 76. Place of meet- 
ing. National Guards Armory, Military Hall, Washington st. 



Offickrs. 



Commandant, Geo. F. McGinnis. 
1st Lieutenant, Lawrence M. Vance. 
2d " Geo. H. Chapman. 

M " Winston P. Noble. 

4ih " Chas. 0. Howard. 

Ensign, John A. Bradshaw. 
1st Sergeant, Wm. W. Darnell. 
2d " .James S. Drum. 
od " Alvin M. Mothershead. 



■ith Sergeant, Lewis Morris. 
oth " Alex. G.Crane (music) 
\st Corjtoral, Ephraim G. AVard. 
2d '■ Oliver B. Stout. 

M " George AV. Sloan. 

4th " Max. Glaser. 

Secretary, Austin H. Brown. 
Treasurer, Hervey Bates, jr. 



INDIANAPOLIS CITY GREYS. 

Organized August 12th, 1857. Drill meetings every Tuesday evening. 
Business meetings, 1st Monday evening of each month. 



Officers. 



Commandant, E. Hartwell. 
1st Lieutenant, J. W. Edgar. 
2f/ " W. F. Harris. 

?,d " R. S. Foster. 

Ath " B. K. Elliott. 

1st Sergeant, Geo. Butler. 
Id " L. Demoss, 
Zd " Ed. Brundage. 
Ath " D. W. Carlisle. 
^th " Dr. T. F. Holland. 



1st Corporal, H. W. Carlisle. 

2d " AV. F. Oglesby. 

M " Thomas S. Campbell. 

Ath " C. S. Butterfield. 

Quartermaster, Thos. McBaker. 

Ensign, John M. Carr. 

Color Guards, M. North and A. D. 

Rose. 
Secretary, James C. Bennett. 
Treasurer, Douglas Maguire. 



CITY GREYS— ARTILLERY COMPANY. 

Officers. 



Captain, Oscar Miles. 
Lieutenant, L. Demoss. 
Sergeant, H. D. Carlisle. 



Secretary, B. K. Elliott. 
Treasurer, Wm. Reeves. 



MARION LIGHT DRAGOONS. 

Organized August, 1858. Meet at Military Hall every Monday evening. 
No. of members 50. 



Officers. 



Commandant, John Love. 

1st. Lieutenant, John W. Murphy. 

2d. " John Gulick. 



Secretary, R. H. HaH. 
Treasurer, Harrison Dodd. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 



215 



INDIAISTAPOLIS GAS LIGHT AND COKE COMPANY. 

Established in 1850. Works located on Pennsylvania street. Office, 
No. 3 West Washington street, second floor, near the corner of Me- 
ridian. 

Board of Directors— D. V. Culley, E. J. Peck, I. Mansur, S. A. Fletcher, 
jr., D. F. Beaty. 



Superintendent, C. I. Brown. 
President and Secretary, D. S. Beaty. 



Officers. 

Treasurer, S. A. Fletcher, Jr. 



INDIANAPOLIS BUILDING, LOAN FUND AND SAV- 
INGS ASSOCIATION. 

Directors — AVm. Y. Wiley, D. V. Culley, L. S. Newell, J. B. McChesney, 
James M. Sharpe, Chas. G. French, Ed. T. Sinker, Samuel Wilmot, An- 
drew Wallace, Josiah R. Griffith. 



Officers. 



President, Wra. Y. Wiley. 
Vice President, David V. Culley. 
Secretary, C. B. Davis. 



Trecumrer, S. A. Fletcher. 
Attorney, John Cavin. 
Surveyor, Andrew AVallace. 



BANKS. 

BANK OF THE STATE OF INDIANA. 

Office cor. Illinois and Kentucky avenue, capital paid in, $2,271,826 02. 

President, Hugh McCullough. | Cashier, James M. Ray. 

BANK OF THE STATE OF INDIANA, BRANCH AT INDIANAPOLIS. 

Office, north-east corner Illinois and West Washington streets. Capital, 
$150,000. 



President, Geo. Tousey. 



I Cashier, C. S. Stevenson. 



BANKERS. 

INDIANAPOLIS BRANCH BANKING COMPANY. 

Corner Pennsylvania and AVashington sts. 
President, C. Fletcher. | Cashier, Thomas H. Sharp 

FLETCHER S. A. 
No. 30 East Washington street. 

HARRISON A. & J. C. S. 
No. 19 East Washington street. 



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HALLS AND PUBLIC BUILDINGS. 

Odd Fellows' Hall, cor. Washington and Pennsylvania. 

Masonic Hall, cor. Washington and Tennessee. 

College Hall, S. W. cor. Washington and Pennsylvania. 

Temperance Hall, Washington, N. side, bt. Meridian and Illinois 

Washington Hall, Washington E. of Tennessee. 

Union Hall, Washington opposite Court House. 

Military Hall, Washington bt. ^Meridian and Pennsylvania. 

Court House, Washington bt. Delaware and Alabama. 

State House, Washington bt. Tennessee and Mississippi. 

Atheneum, N. W. cor. Meridian and Maryland. 

Metropolitan Theater, cor. Washington and Tennessee. 



POST OFFICE. 

Office on Meridian street, near the corner of Washington. Office opens 
at 7^ A. M., and closes at 7^ P. M. On Sunday from 9 to 10 A. M. 

Postmaster, John M. Talbott. 

Deputy Postmaster, E. A. Elder. 

Clerks, E. C. Boyd, John Fish, Wm. Campbell, J. F. Holt, B. 
F. Riley, J. B. Morrison, James Swain, James McCready, 
James Russell, Julius Welfer, R. D. Slater, G. M. Sweet- 
ser, Henry Fox, James Diver, C. G. Werbe. 



LITERARY INSTITUTIONS. 

YOUNG MENS CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION. 

Organized Novembei-, 1854. Rooms situated on the S. W. corner of Me- 
ridian and Washington sti-eets, up stairs. 



Corresponding Sec'y, Prof. Hoyt. 
Treasurer, N. E. Spicer. 
Librarian, Dr. A. S. Wright. 



President, Prof. C. N. Todd. 
Vice Presidents, One member from 

each Christian Denomination. 
Recording Sec'y, F. A. W. Davis. 

The regular meeting of the Association is held at their rooms on the 
third Monday evening of each month. 

The Reading Room is open from 7 o'clock, A. M., to 9 o'clock, P. M. 

Books can be taken from the Library between 8 and 9 oclock A. M., 
or from 1 to 3 o'clock, P. M., by calling on the Librarian, Di-. A. S. Wright, 
at his office in the adjoining corner building. 

Any person of good moral character may become a member of the As- 
sociation by the payment, in advance, of $1 00 a year. 

METROPOLITAN LITERARY INSTITUTE, 

Meets at Bryant's Commercial College every Tuesday evening. 

President, C. W. Stagg. 
Vice President, T. J. Vater. 
Secretary, T. J. Vater. 



Treasurer, J. A. Rogers. 
Reviewer, .J. A. Rogers. 
Critic, S. Merrill. 



ST. JOHNS ACADEMY— CATHOLIC. 

Adjoining the Catholic Church. To be completed this winter, and con- 
ducted by the Sisters of Providence. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 217 



Nortli-Westerii Christian University. 



LOCATION. 

This institution is located in Indianapolis, Indiana, about one 
mile and a half north-east of the Governor's Circle. The College cam- 
pus contains twenty-live acres, covered with primitive forest trees. 
Its seclusion from the city, its healthfulness and its forest beauties ren- 
der it one of the most desirable locations for such an institution of 
learning, in the West. 

BUILOING. 

The University edifice is of the most substantial and elegant col- 
legiate Gothic style. The part now finished is four stories high, 
facing south and east, about one hundred and five feet each way, and 
affords ample accommodations for about three hundred students. The 
walls are of stone and brick, put up under the supervision of Mr. Wm. 
Tinsley, architect. 

HISTORY. 

The act incorporating the North-western Christian University was 
obtained from the Legislature in 1850. It is farmed on the joint stock 
principle. One hundred dollars constitutes a share, and the stock- 
holder is a preferred borrower of the endowment fund, to the amount of 
two-thirds of his stock,, by making it secure, and paying interest thereon 
annually the first of May, at the rate of six per cent. The stockholders 
receive an annual interest on all their stock, (which is paid or secured,) 
of six per cent., in tuition scrip, which is good for its face in the pay- 
ment of tuition fees in the institution. 

The charter required that seventy-five thousand dollars of stock should 
be subscribed before the company co\ild organize. This amount was ob- 
tained principally through the efficient agency of Eld. John O'Kane, by 
the spring of 1852, when the first board of directors was elected. 

In the spring of 1855 the preparatory department was opened by 
Prof. A. R. Benton, and in the fall of the same year the College proper 
was opened, with literary and legal departments. The faculty was then 
composed of 



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Acting President, and Professor of Natural Science arid Lait; John 
Young, A. M. 

Prof, of Ancient Languages, A. R. Benton. A. M. 

Prof of English Department, J. II. Challen, A. M., with the ne- 
cessary assistants. 

Prof of Modern Languages, S. K. Iloshour. 

Prof of 3Iusic, I. K. Pearsall. 



At the annual meeting of the board in July 
having resigned his professorship, the faculty was 
lows : 



I808, Professor Young 
ecomposed as fol- 



FACULTY. 

President, and Prof of Ethics, Moral and Mental Science, and Mod- 
ern Languages, S. K. Hoshour, A. M. 
Prof of Ancient Languages, A. R. Benton, A M. 
Prof of Mathematics, G. W. Hoss, A. M. 
Prof of Natural Sciences, R. T. Brown, A. M. 
Prof of, English Department, I. R. Challen, A. M. 
Tutoress in Primary Department, Mrs. E. Price. 

LAW r>EPA]<TMENT. 

There is also a law school in connection with this institution, whicli 
will be opened, with a full law faculty, on the first MonJiy in Novem- 
ber, 1858. 

OBJECTS. 



The aims of the institution are to graduate students in literature, 
in science, and the learned professions, and to exert a wholesome 
moral and religious influence over all its students. The charter makes 
the Bible the only book of authority in religious instruction, and "dis- 
cards as uninspired and without authority all writings, formulas, creeds, 
and articles of faith subsequent thereto." 

As a means of moral and religious instruction, the exercises are 
opened every morning with Bible reading and prayer, and each teacher 
hears a Bible recitation every .Monday morning. 

The success of the institution, thus far, has been very gratifying to all 
its friends and patrons. The number of its students has increased re- 
gularly from its very commencement, the number in attendance the 
present session being much larger than at any previous time, which 
speaks well for the future prosperity and usefulness of the North-west- 
ern Christian University. 



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Stat( 



LIBRARIES. 

STATE LIBRARY. 

House. S. D. L_yon, Librarian. No. of volumes, 20,000. For the 
use of judges, State officers, professional men, &c. Office 
hours from 9 till 4. 



CENTER TOWNSHIP LIBRARY. 

Court House. No. of volumes 1,000. John Dennis, Librarian. Open on 
Saturdays from 2 till 5 P. M. Terms free. 

MARION COUNTY LIBRARY. 

John W. Hamilton, Librarian. No. of volumes, 1,650. Office at Court 

House. Terms, 75 cents a j-ear for 2 books, 50 cents for 1 

book. Open Saturdays from 9 till 5. 



TELEGRAPH. 

Western Union Telegraph Company. Office No. 1 N. Meridian street. 



STATE BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS. 
INDIANA INSTITUTE FOR THE EDUCATION OF THE BLIND, 



Located half a mile north of Washington Street, between 
Pennsylvania Streets. 

Officers. 
Trustees — Jas. G. Reed, President ; 

E. W.H.Ellis, Secretary; John 

F. Carr, John H. Cook, Wm. B. 
McCullough, Nathan B. Palmer. 

Superintendent^ Dr. Jas. Mc Workman. 
Principal Teacher, Granville M. Bal- 
lard. 



Meridian and 



Teacher in the Female. Department, 

Miss Eliza W. Bowman. 
Matron, Mrs. Juliette McWorkman. 
Teacher of Music, Miss Lucinda M. 

Morley. 
Physician, Livingston Dunlap, M. D. 



INDIANA INSTITUTION FOR THE EDUCATION OF THE DEAF 
AND DUMB, 

Located on East AVashington Street, near city limits. 



Officers. 



Board of Trustees — Hon. J. P. Drake, 
President; John S. Spann, Sec'y; 
Rev. Love H. Jameson, Julius Ni- 
colai, L. B. Stockton, John W. 
Kightley. 

Superintendent, Thomas Maclntire, 
A. M. 

Instructors, Wm. WiHard, H. S. Gil- 
let, A. M.; W. H. Latham, A. M., 
M. D.; W. H. DeMotte, A. M.; P. 



A. Emery, A. M.; Cornelia Trask, 
Anna B. Very, B. R. Nordyke. 

Physician, Livingston Dunlap, M. D. 

3Iutron, Miss Lucinda L. Gillett. 

Steirard, Wm. R. Hogshire. 

Manager of the Farm, ,W. R. Hogshire 

Master of Shoe Shop, James Davis. 

Teacher of Needle ivork. Miss Julia 
A. Taylor. 

Gardiner, George McClain. 



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INDIANAPOLIS 



INDIANA HOSPITAL FOR THE INSANE. 

This Institution is located oa a farm of 160 acres of land, three miles 
West of the City on the National road. The first law for its establish- 
ment was enacted by the General Assembly during the session of 
1843-4. The farm was purchased of N. Bolton, Esq., for $5,300 00, in 
the fall of 1845. It was open for the reception of patients November, 
1848. The cost, thus far has been about three hundred thousand dollars. 
There have been over fifteen hundred insane patients admitted to its 
AVards. 

Officers. 
Superintendent, Dr. James S. Athon. 
Assistant Physicians, Dr. Barnes, sr. 
" " Dr. Dunlap, jr. 

Steward, Moses Hunter. 
Matron, Uvs. S. G. Hall. 



Board of Commissioners; W. H. Tal- 
bott, Pres't; E. J. Peck, Henry 
Brady, James Ritchej', Samuel 
Grimes, C. C. Campbell. 



MASONIC ORDERS. 



GRAND ENCAMPMENT. 

Grand Encampment of Knight Templars will hold its next annual 

communication at New Albany on the first Wednesday of December, 1858' 

Grand Officers. 

Rev. Thomas ,R. Austin, of New Al- 
bany,. Grand Prelate. 

William Hacker, of Shelbyville, 
Grand Senior Warden. 

Solomon D. Bayless, of Ft. Wayne, 
Gand Junior Warden. 

L. B. Stockton, of Lafayette, Grand 
Standard Bearer. 

Wm. T. Hensley, of Connersville, 
Grand Sword Bearer. 

Wm. W. Thomas, of Connersville, 
Grand Warden. 

H. Colestock, of Ind'pls, G. Sentinel. 



Sir Ephraim Colestock, of Indian- 
apolis, Grand Master. 

Sir George W. Porter, of New Al- 
bany, Deputy Grand Master. 

Sir William G. Terrell, of Lafayette, 
Grand Generalissimo. 

Sir Martin Frybarger, of Conners- 
ville, Indiana, Grand Captain 
General. 

Sir Phineas C. G. Hunt, of Indian- 
apolis, Grand Treasurer. 

Sir Francis King, of Indianapolis, 
Grand Recorder. 



GRAND COUNCIL. 

The Grand Council of Royal and Select Masters of the State of Indi- 
ana, will hold its next annual communication at Richmond, on Tuesday, 
before the fourth Monday in May, 1859. 

Grand Officers. 

Comp. Phineas G. C. Hunt, of Indi- 
anapolis , G. Treasurer. 
Comp. Francis King, of Indianapo- 
lis, G. Piecorder. 
Comp. Rev. James S. Barnes, of 



Comp. Wm. Hacker, of Shelbyville, 
Grand Puissant. 

Comp. Wm. W. Lynde, of Centre- 
ville, Deputy G. Puissant. 

Comp. Eden H. Davis, of Shelbv- 
ville, T. I. G. Master. 

Comp. Horace Coleman, of Logans- 
port, G. P. C. of Work. 

Comp. Thomas Pattison, of Aurora, 
G. Captain of Guards. 



Connersville, Gr. Chaplain. 
Comp. Henry Colestock, of Indian- 
apolis, G. S. and Sentinel. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 



223 



GRAND CHAPTER. 

The Grand Royal Arch Chap, of the St.ate of Indiana, will hold its next 
annual communication at Richmond, on the Tuesday before the fourth 
Monday in May, 1859. 

• Graxd Officers. 

Com. Phipeas G. C. Hunt, of Indi- 



M. E. Daniel K. Hays, of Attica, G. 
H. Priest. 

E. George W. Porter, of New Alba- 
ny, D. G. H. Priest. 

E Hugh Hauna, of Wabash, Grand 
King. 

E. James R. Mendenhall, of Rich- 
mond, G. Scribe. 

Com. Rev. Thomas R. Austin, of N. 
Albany, G. Chaplain. 



anapolis, G. Treasurer. 

Com. Francis King, of Indianapolis, 
G. Secretary. 

Cora. Wm. G. Terrell, of Lafayette, 
G. C. of the Host. 

Cora. Thomas Patiison of Aurora, 
G. R. A. Captain. 

Cora. Henry Colestock, of Indian- 
apolis, G. Guard. 



GRAND LODGE OF INDIANA. 

The Grand Lodge of Indiana holds its annual communication at Ma- 
sonic Hall, in the city of Indianapolis, on the fourth Mo^ay of May, of 
each year. 

Gra.\d Officers. 
M. y<'. Solomon D. Bayless, of Fort 

Wayne, G. Master. 
R. VV. Frank Emerson, of Browns- 
town, D. G. Master. 



R. W. Mahlon D. Manson, of Craw- 
fordsville, S. G. Warden. 

R. W. John B. Fravel, of Laporte, 
J. G. Warden. 

R. W. Cliarles Fisher, of Indiana- 
polis, G. Treasurer. 

R. W. Francis King, of Indianapo- 
lis, G. Secretary. 



Bro. Wm. Pclan, of Connersville, 
Rev. G. Chaplain. 

Bro. W. Millard, jr., of MillersviUe, 
G. Lecturer. 

Bro. John R. Coffroth, of Hunting- 
ton, G. .Marshal. 

Bro. S. W. Peck, of Washington, S. 
G. Deacon. 

Bro. John M Thomas, of Pleasant 
Hill, J. G. Deacon. 

Bro. Henry Colestock, of Indiana- 
polis, G. Steward and T. 



RAPIill ENCAMPMENT NO 1. 



Total number of niembors -i'j. Date of 
tated meetings, fourth Wednesday in eacl 

Officers. 



;!iarter, 
mouth. 



October IGth, 1850; 



M. E. Sir Ephraira Colestock, G. 
Commander. 

M. E. Sir L. R. Brownell, Generalis- 
imo. 

M. E. Sir Wm. J. Wallace, Captain 
General. 

M. E. Sir Francis King, Prelate. 

M. E. Sir Ellis L. Aker, Senior War- 
den. 



M. E. Sir P. G. C. Hunt, J. Warden. 
M. E. Sir Isaac H. Roll, Ti-easurer. 
M. E. Sir Charles Fisher, Recorder. 
M. E. Sir John D Morris, Standard 

Bearer. 
M. E. Sir Jacob A^'andegrift. Sword 

Bearer. 
M. E- Sir Nelson Donnelan, Warden. 
M. E. Sir Henry Colestock, Sentinel. 



COUNCIL. 
Indianapolis Council No. 2, at Indianapolis. 
Moses Wolf, T. I. G. M. I Chas! Fisher, Recorder. 

Ephraim Colestock, D. T. G. M. | Henry Colestock, Steward and Sen- 

John M. Bramwell, P. 0. W. I tinel. 

Francis King, C. G. 





224 INDIANAPOLIS 


CHAPTER. 


Indianapolis Chapter, 
John M. Bramwell, H. P. 
Ephraim ColestocI^, K. 
Francis King, C of IT. 
Erie Locke, P. S. 
Samuel Campbell, R. A. C. 
James H. Sejbold, G. M. 3 V. 


No. 5, at Indianapolis. 
Peter Ritter, G. M. 2 V. 
Israel Conklin, G. M. 1 V. 
Win. J. Wallace, T. R^ 
Climles Fisher, Sec. 
Henry Colestock, Guard. 


MARION LODGE NO. 35. 


Chartered 1846. Meets at Masonic Hull third Wednesday in each montliy 


J. M. Bramwell, W. M. Josiah Locke, Sec. 
Francis King, S. AV. Israel Conkliii, S. D. 
S. A. Fletcher, jr., J. W. George Young, J. D. 
Moses Wolf, T. , R. A. Looker, Tyler. 


CENTER LODGE, NO. 123. 


Chartered October, 1S53. Meets at Masonic Hall first Wednesday in 
each month, • 


John C. New, W. M. Charles Fisher, Sec'y. 
Erie Locke, S.W. Peter Ritter, S. D. 
A. Graydon, J. W. W. P. Bingham, J. D. 
L H. Roll, Treas. H. Colestock, Tyler. 


;! CONCORDIA LODGE, NO. 178. 


Chartered May, 18o-5. Meets at Masonic Hall the secoml Wednesday ; 
in each month. | 


Charles G. Bals, W. M. 
Christ. Mayer, S. W. 
Albert Reisner, J. W. 
Geo. F. Meyer, Treas. 


Christopher Werbe, Sec. 
Frank Damme, S. D. 
:\Ienkedick, J. D. 
H. Colestock, Tyler. 


INDEPENDENT ORDER OF ODD FELLOWS. 


R. W. G. ENCAMPMENT, I. 0. 0. F., OF INDIANA. 


The R. W. Grand Encampment, I. 0. 0. F., of Indiana, was instituted 
on the 10th of January, 1847, and convenes at Odd Fellows' Hall, Indian- 
apolis, on the third ilonday of May and November in each year. 


Officers. 


Chris. Miller, M. W. G. Patriarch, 
Lafayette. 

Wm. P. Applegate, M. E. G. High 
Priest, Connersville. 

E. A. Jones, R. W. G. Senior War- 
den, Richmond. 

Willis W. Wright, R. W. G. Scribe, 
Indianapolis. 

Theo. P. Houghey, R. W. G. Treasu- 
rer, Indianapolis. 


James Burges, R. W. J. Junior 
Warden, Danville. 

Christopher Toler, G. Sentinel, Mad- 
dison. 

E. S. Tyler, Deputy G. Sentinel, In- 
dianapolis. 

Wm. K. Edwards, G. Rep. G. L. U. 
S., Terre Haute. 

J. S. Harvey, G. Rep. G. L. U. S., 
JefiFersonville. 



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225 



Daniel Moss, Alt. G. Rep., Greens- 
burg. 

Taylor W. Webster, Alt. Grand 
Rep., Ladoga. 

Past Grand Patriarchs. — Christian 
Bucher, of No. 2; Isaac H. Tay- 
lor, of No. 2 ; Daniel Moss, of No. 
27; Marshall Sexton, of No. 12; 
J. S. Harvey, of No. 5 ; Jacob P. 
Chapman, of No. 5 ; Job B. El- 



dridge, of No. 10 ; E. H. Barry, 
of No. 12; Lewis Humphreys, of 
No. 9. 
Past Grand High Priegts. — Caspar 
Markle, of No. 11 ; I. P. Windle 
of No. 17 ; Job B. Eldridge, o\ 
No. 10; George B. Jocelyn, o 
No. 1; Thomas P. Gunnell, of Nof 



THE GRAND LODGE OF INDIANA. 

The R. W. Grand Lodge of L 0. 0. F., of Indiana, was instituted on 
the 14th of August, 1837, and convenes at Odd Fellows' Hall, Indiana- 
polis, on the third Tuesday of May and November in each year. 



Officers. 



P. A. Hackleman, M. W. G. Master, 
Rushville. 

Geo. B. Roberts, R. W. D. G. Mas- 
ter, Laporte. 

Thos. Underwood, R. W. G. Warden, 
Lafayette. 

Willis W. Wright, R. W. G. Secre- 
tary, Indianapolis. 

Jacob B. McChesney, R. W. G. Trea- 
surer, Indianapolis. 

Milton Herndon, G. Rep. G. L. U. 
S., Crawfordsville. 

James H. Stewart, G. Rep. G. L. U. 
S., Delphi. 



Wm. M. French, Alt. G. Rep. JeflFer- 
sonville. 

Jno. H. Stailey, Alt. G. Rep., Ro- 
chester. 

David Ferguson, R. W. G. Marshal, 
Winchester. 

Wm. Rea., R. W. G. Conductor, Jef- 
fersonville. 

E. S. Tyler, R. W. G. Guardian, In- 
dianapolis. 

Henry L. Brown, R. W. G. Messen- 
ger, Lawrenceburgh, 

Geo. D. Staats, G. Herald, Indiana- 
polis. 



METROPOLITAN ENCAMPMENT, NO. 5. 

Convenes in Indianapolis on the evenings of the first and third Mon- 
days of each month. 

CENTER LODGE, NO. 18. 
Meets in Indianapolis on Tuesday evening of each week. 

PHILOXENIAN LODGE, NO. 44. 
Meets in Indianapolis on Wednesday evening of each week. 

CAPITAL LODGE, NO. 124. 
Meets in Indianapolis on Friday evening of each week. 

GERMANIA LODGE, NO. 129. 
Meets in Indianapolis on Thursday evening of each week. 

DAUGHTERS OF REBEKAH. 

Meets first Saturday night in each month. 

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TEMPERANCE ORDERS. 

GRAND TEMPLE OF HONOR OF INDIANA. 

Meets annually in May. The next session will be held in Lafayette. 

OLIVER TEMPLE OF HONOR NO. 6. 
Meets at Temperance Hall every Monday evening. 

GRAND DIVISION OF SONS OF TEMPERANCE OF INDIANA. 

The annual session is held at Indianapolis in November, and the semi- 
annual session in April, at whatever point the Grand Division may de- 
signate. 

WASHINGTON DIVISION NO. 1. 

Organized April 20th, 1846, meets at Temperance Hall every Friday 
evening. 

MARION DIVISION NO. 76, SONS OF TEMPERANCE. 

Organized January, 1858, meets every Tuesday night, at Wright's 
Hall, opposite Littles' Hotel. 

CAPITAL DIVISION NO. 30. 

Organized June 16th, 1858, meets every Wednesday evening at 
Hayden's Mercantile College Hall. 



GRAND LODGE I. 0. G. T., OF INDIANA. 
Meets annually in Indianapolis, in October. 

INDIANAPOLIS LODGE, NO. 143, I. 0. G. T. 

Organized September 16th, 1857, meets every Wednesday evening 
at Temperance Hall. 

MARION SECTION NO. 2, CADETS OF TEMPERANCE. 
Meet every Saturday evening at Temperance Hall. 



RAILROADS. 

BELLEFONTAINE LINE. 
In full operation. Whole length 202 miles. 

Indianapolis, Pittsburgh and Cleveland Railroad Co. From Indianapolis to 
Union. 



President, John Brough, Secretary, Edward King, 

Treasurer, Thomas H. Sharpe. 



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227 



Bcllefontaine and Indiana Railroad Co. From Uuion to Crestli^ie. 

President, John Brough, Secretary, J. M. Townsend, 

Treasurer, Henry Wick. 

JOINT OFFICERS. 



Executive Committee. — Henry Wick, 
Chairman, Cleveland ; Stillman 
Witt, Cleveland ; E. T. Sterling, 
Cleveland ; James W. Yandes, 
Indianapolis ; John Brough, In- 
dianapolis. 

Secretary — .J. M. Townsend, OiEce 
at Cleveland. 

President and General Superintendent 
— .John Brough, Ofi&ce at Indian- 
apolis. 



Assistant Superintendent — J. Canby, 
Office at Bellefontaine, 0. 

Cashier — Edward King, Indianapo- 
lis. 

Auditor, Wm. H. Otis, Indianapolis. 

General Ticket Agent, Jos. F. Boyd, 
Indianapolis. 

Gen I Freight Agent, Erastus S. Silen- 
cer, Indianapolis. 

Master Machinists, John M. Lord 
Gallon, 0., Isaiah Haslep, Ind'pls'^ 



INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI RAILROAD, 

In full operation. Running from Indianapolis to Cincinnati via. Law- 
renceburg, without change of cars. Making use of the Ohio and Missis- 
sippi broad guage track from Lawrenceburgh to Cincinnati. See adver- 
tisement, page 229. 



Officers. 



Pres t and Sup' t, Henry C. Lord, Cin- 
cinnati. 

Ass St Sup' t, J. W. Mills, Lawrence- 
burgh. 

Treasurer, AV. A. Rockwood, Ind'pls. 

Secretary, A. Worth, " 



General Ticket Agent, W. H. S. Noble, 

Indianapolis. 
General Freight Agent, J W. Cheet, 

Cincinnati. 
Master Machinist, R. Meek, Ind'pls. 
Road Master, I. F. Richardson, Lh. 



INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY, 

In full operation. Running from Indianapolis to Cincinnati and Daytc 
via. Richmond. 



Officers. 



President, .John S. Newman. 
Vice President, Charles Parry. 
Sec and Treas., Samuel Hannah. 
Sup't., James M. Smith. 



Ass't Sup't., Henry L. Pope. 

Gen' I Freight Agent, Wm. A. Brad- 

shaw. 
Gen' I Ticket Agent, Horace Parrot. 



JEFFERSONVILLE RAILROAD. 
Officers. 



President, D. Ricketts. 
Superintendent, A. S. Crothers. 
Treasurer, J. H. McCampbell. 
Gen. Freight Agent, R. S. Forsythe. 



Gen. Ticket Agent, J. L. Reynolds. 
Master Machinist, R. Wells. 
Acting Sec'y at Depot, Thos. Carse. 
Agent at Ind'plis, J. G. Whitcomb. 



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INDIANAPOLIS 



LAFAYETTE AND INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD. 

Erom Indianapolis to Lafayette in full operation. Length of Road sixty 
four miles. 



Officers. 



General Agent, E. Locke, Indianapo- 
lis. 



President, Wm. F. Reynolds, Lafay- 
ette. 
Superintendent, J. 0. D. Lilly. 

MADISON AND INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD. . 

In full operation. Running from Indianapolis to Madison, through 

from Indianapolis to Madison without change of cars. Length of road, 

eighty-nine miles. 



Officers. 



Assisiant Machinist, 
Indianapolis. 

Road Master, W. H, 
Madison. 

Agent at Indianapolis, J 
Elvain. 

Assistant, W. Phelps. 

PERU AND INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD. 



President, F. H. Smith, Madison. 
Superintendent, D. C. Branham, N. 

Madison. 
Secretary, T. B. Matthews, Madison. 
Treasurer, R. P. Jones, Madison. 
Master Machinist, B. W. Smith, N. 

Madison. 



W. C. Dodge, 

Branham, N. 

V. Mc- 



In full operation. Running from Indianapolis to Peru, 
seventy three miles. 



Length of road, 



Officers. 



Gen. Freight Agent, L. N. Andrews. 
Master 3Iachinist, F. Gilman. 



Superintendent, David Macy. 
Assistant Sup' t, C. B. Robinson. 
Secretary and Treas., T. P. Haughey. 

TERRE HAUTE AND RICHMOND RAILROAD. 
From Terre Haute to Indianapolis, seventy-three miles. 
Passenger Trains leave Terre Haute, three times daily, (Sundays ex- 
cepted,) making close connections with all trains at Indianapolis. 

Officers. 



President and Superintendent, E. J. 

Peck, Indianapolis. 
Secretary, Chas. Wood, Terre Haute. 
Treasurer, John Scott, Terre Haute. 
Road Master, J. Hice, Terre Haute. 
Master Machinst, Charles R. Peddle, 



Terre Haute. 
Ticket Agent, R. A. Morris, Terre 

Haute. 
Freight Agent, C. W. Mancourt, 

Terre Haute. 



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North-eastern Kentucky and all Points in Southern Ohio 

INDIANAPOLIS & CINCINNATI 




RA IL BO AI). 

THE 0\LY ROUTE TO CIXCIHATI W ITIIOtT CH.WGIAfi CARS. 

Three Passeng^er Trains leave Indianapolis Daily at 7 A> 

M., 1.15 V. M., 6.30 P. Itl., and arrive in Cincinnati 

at 12.25 P. OT., 6.30 P. M., and 11.30 P. M. 

Connecting at Cincinnati with all the Great Eastern and Southern 
Railroad Lines, and with Steamers on the Ohio River. 

TICKETS can be procured at the Union Depot at Indianapolis, Ind., 
and at all the Ticket Offices in the North-West, on which Passengers are 
taken by this Route. 

THROUGH TO CINCINNATI WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS. 

Through to Columlmg and Newark, with only one change of Cars. 
Through to Zanesville and Wheeling, with only one cliange of Cars. 
Through to Chillicothe and Marietta, with only one change of Cars. 
Through to Lexington and Danville. Ky., witlLonly one change of Cars. 

Three Trains leave Cincinnati daily at 6 A. M., 2 P, M, and 6 P. M., and arrive at India- 
napolis at 11.20 A. M., 9.30 P, M. and 10.40 P.M.; making close connections at Indianapolis 
with Trains to 

ALL THE WESTERN AND NORTH-WESTERN CiTIES. 

THROUGH TICKETS on sale at the Company's Ticket Office, North-west corner of 
Broadway and Front street, under the Spencer House ; at (he Walnut Street House ; also at 
No. 1 (corner room) of the Burnet House Building, at the Depot, foot of Front and Mill 
strests, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

•W. K. L. rrOBZ.!!, Gen'l Ticket Agent, 

INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA. 



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IVEcE^OY'S 

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CITY GUIDE, 



jP^ISI ID 



BUSINESS MIRROR, 

ISSUED ANNUALLY. 

POSTOFFICE BOX, 1067--STEWART & BOWEN, Agents 



SPIRAL ABYEITJSEMENTS 

WILL BE RECEIVED THROUGHOUT THE YEAR, 

AND SPECIMENS OF 

SJIiS, ST¥iiS, &i.. 

Exhibited for the purpose of meeting, as far as possible, 
the wishes of all. 



TEHMS OF AOVERTtSmO. 

One Page S?12.00 

Half Page 7.00 

Quarter Page 4.00 

One eighth of a Page 2.50 

HEIVRT IV. ITIcEVOY, 

Indianapolis, Ind. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 



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NA. IVIES 

TOO LATE FOR REGULAR INSERTION, REMOVALS, &C. 



Barnitz Dr. J. W., 4 West AVashington. 

Bear S., salesman G. Frey. 

Brown G. W., carpenter, alley rear of Bates House. 

Brown James T., collecting agent, cor. Delaware and Vermont. 

Brown John L., (Greenleaf & B., ) res. 227 N. Tennessee. 

Carter Henry, carpenter, removed to Georgia W. of Canal. 

Coffman & Wilson, grocers, 11 S. Illinois. 

Cox A. J., daguerrean artist with D. M. Spurgin. 

Cudlipp Benjamin, dyer and scourer, 10 S. Pennsylsania. 

CURRY cSt CANADA, hair dressers. Palmer House. 

Dexter G. S., stencil cutter, (Ferine & D.,) Blake's Row. 

Fletcher Rev.E. T., (Methodist,) 2 Circle. 

Graham Rev. William, (Methodist,) Tennesse, adj. Strange Chapel. 

Hamilton M. D., publisher of Daily News, bds. Palmer House. 

Banning J. G., (Ramsay & H.,) 26 Kentucky ave., bds. IGl N. Miss. 

HENNINGER C. & Co., cigars and tobacco, 3 S. Meridian. 

Indianapolis Branch Banking Co., removed to S. W. corner Penn- 
sylvania and Washington. 

King Edward, Sec. I. P. & C. R. R., res. removed to 97 N. Meridian. 

Kinsman Louis, saloon G7 E. Washington. 

Knotts N. K., painter and glazier, 35 E. Washington. 

LOWRY W. M., drugs and medicines, 16 E. Washington, res. 53 
Massachusetts ave. 

Mayer John F., umbrellas, removed to 58 E. Washington. 

Otten D., cigars and tobacco, 159 E. Washington. 

Rapp & Dawson, plow manufacturers, 154 E. Washington. 

Rennett Mrs. A. M., bds. Littles' Hotel. 

Sahm Louis, canvassing agent Indiana State Gazetteer. 

Schultz R. J., millinery and fancy goods, 20 E. Washington. 

Spurgin D. M., daguerrean artist 10 E. Washington, up stairs. 

SUTHERLAND JAMES, compiler of Indiana State Gazetteer with 
G. W. Hawes, oflBce 13 Sentinel building. 

Tacey Joseph, planing mill, res. 127 AV. Vermont. 

Thomas Mrs. M. J., milliner, &c., 27 S. Illinois. 

Willauer W. V., canvassing agent Indiana State Gazetteer. 

Witt Rev. C. W., (United Brethen,) bds. 62 N. East. 



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STATE OFFICERS. 



Governor— ASHB^l, P. WILLARD. 

Lieut. Goverrior—ABRAM A. HAMMOKD. 

Secretary— CYRUS L. DUNHAM. 

Auditor— JOni^ W. DODD. 

Treasurer— l^ATHA^IEL F. CUNNINGHAM. 

Siipt. Public Instruetion—SAMJJE'L L. RUGG. 

Attorney General— J OSEFH E. McDONALD. 



SUPREME JUDGES. 

First District— JAMES L. WORDEN. 
Seco7id District— A^DWEIW DAVISON. 
Third District— SAMJIEL E. PERKINS. 
Fourth District— JAMES M. IIANNA. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 



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STREET DIRECTORY 



The leading Streets are named East, West, North and South, taking Merid- 
ian Street for one basis and Washington /or the other. The 
Streets printed in Capitals are the most im- 
portant ones in the City. 



Agnes, N. and S., N. W. of City. 

ALABAMA, N. and S., three blocks E. of Circle. 

Arch, from Jackson to Noble, N. E. of city. 

Ash, N. of Car Works, N. E. of city. 

Bates, from Noble to eastern limits, S. of city. 

Blackford, from New York to North, three blocks W. of Canal. 

Blake, N. and S., from Washington to Indiana ave., near W. limits. 

Bicking, from Delaware to East, S. of city. 

Bright, from New York to North, N. W. of city. 

Broadway, N. of Car Works, N. E. of city. 

Buchanan, S. E. of city. 

California, from New York to North, two blocks W. of Canal. 

Cedar, Fletcher's Addition, S. E. of city. 

Center, from Diinlop to Ellen, N. W. of city. 

Cherry, from Fort Wayne ave. to Ash, near Northern boundary. 

Coburn, S. E. of city. 

Davidson, N. and S., E. of Railroad. 

DELAWARE, N. and S., two blocks E. of Circle. 

Douglass, from New York to Michigan, N. W. of city. 

Dougherty, S. E. of city. 

Duncan, from Delaware to New Jersey, continuation of Garden. 

East, N. and South, five blocks E. of Circle. 

Elizabeth, from Indiana ave. to Blake, N. W. of city. 

Elk, Fletcher's Addition, S. E. of city. 

Elm, Fletcher's Addition, S. E. of city. 

First, Northern city boundary. 

Fifth, five blocks N. of city limits. 

Fletcher's Avenue, Fletcher's addition, S. E. of city. 

Forest ave., Fletcher's Addition, S. E. of city. 

FORT WAYNE AVENUE, from North running N. E. to limits. 

Fourth, four blocks N. of city limits. 

Garden, from Canal to Delaware, six blocks S. of Circle. 

GEORGIA, E. and W., three blocks S of Circle. 

Greer, between McCarty and Virginia ave. 

Harris, N. and S , N. W. of city. 

Harrison, from Noble to Eastern limits, S. of Ind. & C. R. R. 



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Hosbrook, Fletcher's Addition, S. E. of city. 

Huron, Fletcher's Addition, S. E. of city. 

ILLINOIS, N. and S., one block W. of Circle. 

INDIANA AVENUE, N. W. Diagonal. 

Jackson, N. of Car Works, N. E. of city. 

James, N. W. of city. 

KENTUCKY AVENUE, S. W. Diagonal. 

Liberty, N. and S., six blocks E. of Circle. 

Lockerbie, between East and Liberty. 

Lord, from Noble to Eastern limits, S. of Indiana and C. R. R. 

LOUISIANA, E. and W., four blocks S. of Circle. 

McCarty, from River to Virginia ave, S. of city. 

MARKET, E. and W., through Circle. 

MARYLAND, E. and W., two blocks S. of Circle. 

MASSACHUSETTS AVENUE, N. E. Diagonal. 

j\Ieek, from Noble to Eastern limits, S. of Indiana Central R. R. 

MERIDIAN, N. and S., through Circle. 

Merrill, from Kentucky ave. to Virginia ave., seven blocks S. of Circle. 

MICHIGAN, E. and W., four blocks N. of Circle. 

MISSISSIPPI, N. and S., three blocks W. of Circle, 

MISSOURI, N. and S., along Canal. 

Minerva, N. and S., N. W. of city. 

Morris, Southern boundary line. 

New Jersey, N. and S., four blocks E. of Circle. 

NEW YORK, E: and W., two blocks N. of Circle. 

Noble, N. and S., seven blocks E. of Circle. 

North, E. and W., five blocks N. of Circle. 

Oak, N. of Car Works, N. E. of city. 

OHIO, E. and W., one block N. of Circle. 

Patterson, N. and S., N. W. of city. 

PENNSYLVANIA, N. and S., one block E. of Circle. 

Pine, Fletcher's Addition, S. E. of city. 

Plum, N. of Car Works, N. E. of city. 

Pratt, from Illinois to Fort AVayne ave., N. of Blind Asylum. 

Railroad Avenue, N. and S., between S. Pennsylvania and S. Delaware. 

Railroad Street, N. and S., along Bellefontaine R. R. track. 

Ray, from Canal to Railroad, S. of city. 

Rhode Island, from Blake to Western limits, N. of city. 

St. Clair, from Indiana ave. to Massachusetts ave., N. of Blind Asylum. 

St. Joseph, from Illinois to Fort AVayne ave., N. of Blind Asylum. 

St. Mary, E. from Meridian, Northern city boundary. 

Second, two blocks N. of city limits. 

Seventh, seven blocks N. of city limits. 

Sixth, six blocks N. of city limits. 

SOUTH, E. and W., five blocks S. of Circle. 

TENNESSEE, N. and S., two blocks W. of Circle. 

Third, three blocks N. of city limits. 

VERMONT, E. and W., three blocks N. of Circle. 

Vine, from Jackson to Ash, N. E. of city. 

VIRGINIA AVENUE, S. E. Diagonal. 

Walnut, from Canal to Massachusetts ave., N. of Blind Asylum. 

WASHINGTON, E. and W., one block S. of Circle. 

WEST, N. and S., one block W. of Canal. 

Wilkins, from Canal to Railroad, S. of city. 

Williams, between McCarty and Virginia ave. 

Winston, N. and S., near Eastern limits. 

Wyoming, from Delaware to High, S. of city. 



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BOILffi'S Geilll [[imill R[IL [M, 

PATEJ\IT AND ADVEBTISmO AGENCV, 

NO. 101 SOUTH MERIDIAN STREET, 

OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. 

C. "cTlBIITlLrE R , 

GENERAL AGENT FOR 

JniiiingnuK^ filing on Cmimussiou 

HOUSES, LOTS, FARMS, LAND WARRANTS, 

ALSO 

General Newspaper and Advertising Agent 

For the State and West Generally. Dealer in all Kinds 
of Patent Machinery, and Publisher of the 

COMMERCIA^L TELEORAIM. 



S. S. & J, S, ROOKE 

HOOSE Af^D 




Mi^iS 





PAPEE HANGEBS, GRAINERS, GLAZERS, &c. 

Shop N. E. cor. Washingion and Illinois, up stairs, 
IKTIDI A^KTu^FOX^IS, TISTID. 



C. NEWCOMER. 



C. A. ENDERLIN. 



C. NEWCOMER k Co, Propr's. 

]Sro. 178 East "Wnsliin^ton Street, 

irTDIAVrAFOXiIS, IKD. 



THE BEST OF WINES LIQUORS AND CIGARS always on hand. 
Game in its season. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 237 



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IMPORTER AND DEALER IN FINE 

mmZ AMD tiQuons, 

For Medicinal, Meehiinical, aud other Purpose, 

PALMER BLOCK, ILLINOIS ST., INDIANAPOLIS. 



£^° His Liquors are -warraated to be strictly Pure, and free frc 
Adulteration. 



flLIEBT L CHESTEi, 

Stair Builder, 

COR, PENN. AND UNION R. R, TRACK, 

IINDIANAPOLIS, IND. 



B@" Having a thorough, practical knowledge of the Art of Stair 
Building, I am prepared to execute all work of the kind in a superior 
manner. 

ALL Emm OF JOi W©BK 

DONE WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH. 
fi@-ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.-^M 



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INDIANAPOLIS 



C. jLETCiaER. JlJ. 



w 



HURTIN WILLIAMS. W. H. LOOMIS. 

S:TERN 



TO. FRUIT GROWERS AND FARMERS OF INDIANA! 

You have long suffered imposition at the hands of 

Would-be Agents of Eastern Nurseries, 

Your remedy is in your own hands, 

PATRONIZE RELIABLE NURSERYMEN 
In your o\vrL State. 



The subscribers have associated themselves together for the purpose of 
carrying on a general wholesale and retail business in this department, 
offer a large assortment of 

FRUIT AND SHADE TREES, 

Evergreens and Deciduous, Flowering Shrubs, Small Fruits, &c., &C" 
Address, 

FLETCHER, WILLIAMS & LOOMIS, 

INDIANAPOIilS, INDIANA. 

COURT HOUSE 



CORNER WASHINGTON AND ALABAMA STREETS, 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 

D. & C. MONNINGER, ... - Proprietors. 



CHOICE WINES LIQUORS AND CIGARS 

always on hand. 

OYSTERS IN THE SEASON. 



mSUMNCE COMPANY 

OF :NrE^V\^ YORK, 

OFFICE NOS. 112 AND 114 BROADWAY. 



Capital Stock, (all paid in) 
Total Assets, July 1st, 1858, 
Liabilities, " " 



$600,000 00 

- 977,329 85 

35,562 20 



ASUFFICIENTSUM IS ALWAYS RESERVED 

ill aJditiou to the Capital, 

TO RE-mSURE ALL OUTSTANDING RISKS, 

before any dividends are made to stockholders. ' 

LOCKE i iEO«, Agents, 

INDIAIVAPOLIS, IIVD. I 



Charles J. Martin, President. 

A. F.Willmarth, Vice President. 

William G. Lambpi-t. firm A. & A. Lawrence 
&Co. 

George C. Collins, firm Sherman & Collins. 

Danford N. Barney, Wells, Fargo & Co. 

Lucius Hopkins, Prest. Importers' & Tra- 
ders' Bank. 

Thomas Messenger, firm T. & H. Messenger. 

William H. Mellen. Claflin, Mellen & Co. 

Charles B. Hatch, Hatch, Hiller & Merserau. 

R. Watson Bull, Haskell, Merrick & Bull. 

Homer Morgan. 

Levi P. Stone, Stone, Starr & Co. 

J. Humphrey, Barney, Humphrey & Butler. 

Geo. Pearce, Geo. Pearce & Co. 

Ward A. Work, Ward A. Work & Son. 

James Low, James Low & Co., Louisville. 

I. H. Frothingham,I.H.Frothingham & Co. 

Charles A. Bulkley, Bulkley & Co. 

Cephas H. Norton, Norton & Jewett. 

George D. Morgan, E. D. Morjian & Co. 

Theodore McNamee, Bowen, McNamee & Co. 

R. Bigelow, Doan, King & Co., St. Louis. 



Oliver E. Wood, Willard, Wood & Co. 

A. S. Barnes, A. S. Barnes & Co. 

George Bliss, Phelps, Bliss & Co. 

R»e Lockwood, R. Lockwood & Son. 

John G. Nelson, Nelson & Co. 

Lyman Cooke, Cooke, Dowd, Baker & Co. 

Levi P. Morton, Morton. Grinncll & Co. 

Curtis Noble, Condit & Noble. 

J. B. Hutchinson, J. C. Howe &. Co., Boston. 

Charles P. Baldwin, Baldwin, Starr & Co. 

Amos T. Dwight, Trowbridge, Dwight & Co. 

Henry A. Hurlbut, Swift, Hurllmt &. Co. 

Jesse Hoyt, Jesse lloyt & Co. 

Wm. Sturgis,jr., Sturgis, Shaw &. Co. 

John R. Ford, Ford, Rubber Co. 

Sidney Mason, Mason & Thompson. 

Geo. T. Stedman, Stedman, Carlile &. Sliaw, 
of Cincinnati 

Cyrus Yale, jr., C.Yale jr. & Co.,N. Orleans. 

Wm. R. Fosdick, W. R. & Chas. B. Fosdick 

David I. Boyd, Boyd, Brothers & Co., Al- 
bany, New York. 

F. H. Cossitt, Cossitt, Hill & Talmadge, of 
Memphis, Tennessee 



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