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JAHAPOUS DIRECTORY 

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GENEALOGY COLLECTION 



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ADVERTISKJIENTS 



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AMERICAN EXPRESS 

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The Proprietors of this Company have facilities eiiahling thera to forward 

Moneyj Parcels, Packages, Goods, 

Ami also t) collect 

NOTES, OMFTS AH© AEiOUNTS 

In all the principal Cities and Towis in the United States, Canadas, 
California aid Europe, 

AT LOW RATES AND WCTH GREAT DISPATCH. 

Order Goods Marked "By tke American Expresr Co." 
Wells, Butterfleld & Co., 62 Bioadway & 8 Erie Place, N.Y. 
Livingston, Fargo & Co., 157 Main street, Buffalo, N. Y. 

Office, S. £. Cohicl- diJ)sl]ii](jtoi] ^i]0 IffchOlqi), 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 

H. W. DAIVIELS, Ag'eBit. 
XJISriTED STA.TES 

EXPRESS COMPANY. 

CAPITAL., 5ooi>oo dollar;^. 

OflB.ce, S. E. cor. Washington aid Meridian sts., Indianapolis. 



Will give special attention to thi transmission of Coin, Bank Notes) 
Goods and Packages, and the Collecton of Notes, Drafts and Accounts, at 
and between New York, Buffalo, Dmkirk, Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chica- 
go, St. Louis, Rock Island, and into mediate cities and towns. Also, at 

ALL THE PRINCIPAI CITIES AND TOWNS 

m KANSAS AilD NEBHASKA. 



THE UNITED STATES EXPRESS COMPANY 

Connects with the American Expess Company at Buffalo, Clercland 

and Chicago, and with Well^ Fargo & Co.'s California and 

Eurojieax Express. 



HEIVRY KIP, 

Ocn'l iSupt., Buffalo. 



II. W. DAJVIELS, 

Ag^t., Incliaiiapoli!!). 





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pUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY 



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ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Geituiue Pebble K<euse!!i. 




SO East l¥a§hinsrton street. 






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ADVERTISEMENTS. 



AGEIVTS WA]\TED 

In every county throughout the West to sell by subscrip- 
tion the most poi^ular agency books ever published. Our 
men are clearing from 83 00 to $8 00 per day. A Fare 
Chance is offered to make Money. We furnish at New York 
prices, saving the agent much expense. For Terms and 
Catalogue address 

ASHER & CO., PiiblisSiers, 

Indianapolis, Ind. 



DR. HALL'S DIARRHEA PILLS, 



Kii<^f>^^^&P^ 




DIARRHEA PILLS. 



I A never failing remedy for 

Diarrhea, Cholera Mor- 
bus, Dysentery or 
Flux and Cholera. 

Go to the Drug Store and get a Box 
— ifor 25 cents, and you need fear no 
!?,evil from the above disease. 

ASHEB &« CO., IndianapoliSi 

Proprietors and Manufacturers. 



EXCELLENJVWORKS. 

CHURCH, 

PUBLISHER AND TEACHER OF CHTJRCh's 

Simplified Boole-Keeping, 

Price $1 00. Authorized as a Text Book for the Public 
Schools of Indiana, by the State Eoard of Education. 

One entry is made effective for all business. A knowledge of the contents 
would prevent many failures. Thousands will be benefitted by the 

VALUABLE, OB BUStWESS MAM^S ASSIST ANTt 

Price SI 50, contains Rules for Detecting Counterfeit Money ; In- 
terest Tables, showing the Interest for any amount, time, or per cent., in 
half a minute; Book-Keeping, and much other useful information rela- 
tive to busineas. 

INTEREST TABLES, PRICE 50 CENTS. 

THE WORKS AEE NEATLY BOUND AND WILL BENEFIT EVERY BUYER' 

Address A- B- CHURCH, Columbus, Ind. 
Or BINGHAM & DOUGHTY, Indianapolis, Ind. 

AGENTS WANTED TO SELL THE ABOVE EXCELLENT WORKS. 



ADVERTISEMENTS, 



pome Insurance Cn. of fleh) gorli 



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OFriCI3, 112 JLNH 114 BROABl^STA-^. 



CAPITAL STOCK, all paid in $1,000,000 

SURPLUS, over 400,000 



This Company continues to insure Buildings, Merchandise, Ships in Port and their Car- 
gaes, Household Furniture, and Personal Property geherally against loss or damage by Fire, 
on favorable terms 

This Company, having complied with the law of Indiana, has Agents in all the principal 
towns. 

LOSSES EQUITABLY ADJUSTED AND PROMPTLY PAID. 



DIRECTOKS. 

Charles J. Martin President. 

A. F. WiUmarth Tice President. 

William G. Lambert Firm of A. t£ A. Lawrence & Co. 

Georse C. Collins " Sherman, Collins & Co. 

Danford N. Barney " Wells, Fargo & Co. 

Lucius Hopkins President Importers and Traders' Bank. 

Thomas Messenger Firm of T. & H. Messenger. 

William H.Mellen " Claflin. Mellen & Co. 

Charles B. Hatch " C. B. Hatch & Co. 

B. Watson Bull " Haskell, Merrick & Bull. 

Homer Morgan 

LeviP. Stone " Stone, Starr & Co. 

James Humphrey late " Barney, Humphrey & Butler. 

George Pearce ■' George Pearce & Co. 

Ward A. Work " Ward A. Work <£ Son. 

James Low " James Low & Co , Louisville. 

I. H. Frothingham late " I. H. Frothingham & Co. 

Charles A. Bulkley " Bulkley & Co. 

Cephas H. Norton ■' Norton & Jewett. 

Roe Lockwood " R. Lockwood & Son. 

Theodore McNamee late " Bowen, McNamee & Co. 

Richard Bigelow " Doan, Kin? & Co., St. Louis. 

CurtisNoble late " Condit & Noble. 

George D. Morgai! " E. D. Morgan <£ Co. 

OliverE.Wood " Willard, Wood & Co. 

Alfred S. Barnes " A. S. Barnes & Co. 

George Bliss " Phelps, B liss & Co. 

Amos T. D wight " Trowbridge, Dn-ight & Co. 

Levi P. Morton " Morton, Grinneir&, Co. 

John B. Hutchinson " J. C. Howe & Co.. Boston. 

Charles P. Baldwin " Baldwin, Starr & Co. 

John G. Nelson late " Nelson & Co. 

Henry A.Hurlbut " Swifc, Hurlbut ife Co. 

Jesse Hoyt " Jesse Hovt & Co. 

Wm. Sturgis, jr " Sturgis, Shaw & Co. 

John R.Ford " Ferd Rubber Co. 

Sidney Mason late " Mason & Thompson. 

George T. Stedman " Stedman.Carlile &. Shaw, Cincinnati. 

Cyrus Yale, jr " Cyrus Yale. jr. & Co., New Orleans. 

Wm. R. Fosdick " Wm. R. & Chas. R. Fosdick. 

David I. Boyd " Boyd Brothers & Co., Albany, N.Y. 

F. H. Cossitt " Cossitt, Hill & Talmadge, Memphis. 

Lewis Roberts " L. Roberts & Co. 

Samuel B. Caldwell " Brewer & Caldwell. 

J. MILTON SMITH, Secretary. CHAELES J. MAETIN, President. 

JOHN McGEE, Assistant Sec'y. A. F. WILLMAETH, Vice Pres't. 

LOCKE & BROTHER, Agents, Indianapolis. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



W. p. BINGHAM & CO.. 

No. 20 East Washington Street, 



INDIANAPOLIS, IND., 

DEALERS IN 





SILVER WARE & SILVER PLATED WARE, 

_.=HV:'?*^'*cVi''=^> ALSO A CENEKAL ASSORMENT OF 

-^ ! ^^ Watcli Makers' Tools and Materials, 

U\fi WATCH aiiASSSS, ^c, 



V^,^^^^™® *|^ Watches, Clocks and Jewelry rei)aired 
'^^K^j tl-^" and warranted. 




II. .A^. FLETCIIEIi Sc CO., 

HAVE REMOVED TO THEIR NEW STORE, NOS. 26 & 28 W. WASHINGTON ST. 

Our Stole is one of thi; finest in the city, built expressly for us, with all the modern ita- 
provements for liKlit and convenience. We have made large additions to our stock of Dry 
Goodp, Carpets, House Furnishing (Joods, Floor Oil Cloths, Window Shades, Curtain Mus- 
lins, Damasks, Rugs, Gilt Cornice, &.c. 







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SUTHERLAND & McEVOY'S 







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BUSINESS MIRROK, 



FOT^ iseo-ei. 




PUBLISHED ANNUALLY. 



FPlia£i, S1.50. 






SUTHERLAND & McEVOY, 

Publishers and Compilers. 

1860. 



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BINGUAM 4 DOUGHTY, STEAN PKINTEBS. 



TO THE PUBLIC. 



Our second edition of the Indianapolis City Directory is herewith pre- 
sented to the public. 

As we have had the advantage of two distinct and separate canvasses 
of the city, which were diligently compared together, we feel confident 
that it will be found reliable in an unusual degree. 

We respectfully call attention to the statistics of our city, which, it 
will be observed, form a new and highly interesting feature. On page 
287 will be found a business summary, showing the number of citizens 
engaged in each separate branch of trade, and in the various professions. 

To those gentlemen who have kindly furnished us with information 
relating to the various societies, institutions, &c., we tender many 
thanks. 

To all who have had the kindness and good sense to advertise in the 
Indianapolis Directory, we would say: may you soon have to extend the 
dimensions of your store-houses and incur the expense of employing 
additional clerks to wait upon your thronging customers. 

We have to congratulate our advertising patrons upon the favora- 
ble circumstances which gives them the benefit of the circulation of 
both editions. Our friends have done nobly by us. "As ye have sown 
so may ye reap." 

Respectfully, 

SUTHERLAND & LIcEVOY. 



1358739 

INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Page. 

Atkins E. 0., saw manufacturer, opp, 

inside back cover 

Allen & Ilinesley, livery stable 50 

A merican House 208 

American Express, inside front cover. . . 
American House hair dressisg saloon .... 52 

Andra John, saddlery 72 

Asher & Co., book publishers 4 

Bamberger Herman, hats and caps 74 

Bates House hair dressing saloon 184 

Beale J., house and sign painter 32 

Beck Jacol), guns and pistols 182 

Becker H., trunks 52 

Behymer l».. carpenter and builder 164 

Bell T. D., aucti n and commission 64 

Bing S., jr., fancy goods 26 

Bingham W. P. & Co., watches and jew- 
elry opp. title 

Browning Robert, druggist, 192 

BrueiiningE.&; J., photographic art gal- 
lery 232 

Bryant's Commercial College 172 

Buist Thomas, iron, steel and plows.... 80 
Byrkit Sc Beam, carpenters and builders 246 

California House 1& 

Cameron Wm. S., Capital steam print- 
ing House 206 

Caven John, attorney at law 36 

Charter Oak Fire and Marine Insurance 

Company 265 

Christy Albert, carpenter and builder. . . 184 

Citizen's livery stable 28 

City cigar store 178 

Commsrcial Collfge scholarships 182 

Conner & Fishback, attorneys at law. . . 52 

Cook Mrs. Julia, boarding 244 

Court House saloon 76 

Crystal Palace Restaurant 62 

Daggett W., confectionary and teas 214 

Bame Jason, marble works 15 

Danforth & Simpson, grocers 184 

DavisC. B., Insnrance agent. ..251, 252, 265 

Delzell & Smith, real estate agency 52 

Dodge N. &, Co., lung diseases 291 

Donaldson, Maxfield & Prine, teas and 

tobacco 248 

Drew S. W , carriages 40 

Dumont & Sinker, boiler works.. ..inside 

back cover 

Dunn .Tohn C, gas-fitter 68 

Eagle Saloon 204 

East Street House 08 

Eldridge, M'Millin &. Biddle, real es- 
tate agents 80 

Elliott S . W . , boots and shoes 42 

Ellsworth, Colley & Redstone, attorneys 

at I aw 64 

Farmers' and Drovers' Hotel 56 

Farmers' Hotel 22 

Feller George, watches, clocks and jew- 
elry 38 

Fishback John, hides, oil, &c 36 

Fitzgibbon M. & Co., wholesale grocers 58 
Fletcher 11. A. & Co., dry goods and car- 
pets opp. title 

Frankem I.L., sheet iron, tin and copper 

works 56 

Franklin Saloon 208 

French Charles G., watches and jeweli-y 36 



Page. 

FrinkS. 0., dentist 148 

Gatling R. J., Insnrance agent 158 

Goebel John G., furniture 188 

Qoapper B., merchant tailor 32 

Gott & Featherston, City auctioneers... 244 

GramlingJ. & P., merchant tailors 40 

Qresh B. F , brass and ftringliand 196 

Gulick Samuel VV., frescoe painter 242 

Gustin Dr. L., eye infirmary 222 

Hall E. A., merchant tailor 248 

Hanlin & Barnitt, druggists 60 

Hartford Fire Insur^nceCo 220 

Hasket E. & Co., pump makers. . . .... 146 

Hawthorne & Buchanan, china, glass 

and queensware 46, and 289 

Heaf &Call, dyers and scourers 190 

Hedges & Harlin, bill posters 44 

Heidlinger J. A., teas and tobacco 66 

Herald & Era 206 

Ilinesley & Hereth, saddlery, hardware, 

&c 32 

Holladay E. G., attorney at law 244 

Home Insurance Company 5 

Hug Martin, Capital Saloon 72 

Igoe Martin, attorney at law and insur- 
ance agent 14 

Indiana American 170 

Indiana State Journal 200 

ludiana State Sentinel 218 

Jacquet Adolphe. brewer 38 

Kalor John, accommotlation carriages.. . 56 

Keys William H , marble works 214 

Knodle & Son, boots and shoes 204 

Kolb Louis, job turner 18 

Lang Lewis, restaurant 38 

Langenberg H. H., groceries and provi- 
sions 230 

Lennert Mrs. Sarah E., embroidery stamp- 
ing 194 

Lindley Jacob, queensware 78 

Lichtenhein Z. & Son, cigars and tobacco 42 

Little's Hotel ]50 

Locke & Munson, copper lightning rods 280 
Locke & Brother, Insurance agents 220 and 5 

Locomotive job ofTice 176 

Ludden & Lee, druggists 188 

Lueders Miss E., teacher of embroidery . 210 
McCord & Wheatley, lumber dealers. . . 50 
McDonough D. B., carpenter an<i builder 230 

McLene J., watches and jewelry 228 

McTaggart I., j^ork packer 74 

McLean & Gummer, model builders, &c 222 

Macy House 26 

Manhattan Life lESurance Co., 252 

Markham Thomas, blacksmith 222 

Marshall John F., physician and surgeon, 230 

Mathweg John, boots and shoes, 244 

May Edwin, architect, 174 

Merrill & Co., booksellers 22 

Merrill John F., Physician, 230 

Merritt & Coughlen, woolen manufac- 
turers, 16 

Metropolitan Photograph Art G?llery,. . 30 
Metzger A. <fe J., union steam bakery,. 34 

Meyer Geo. F., tobacconist, 178 

Middlemas D. C., grocer, 64 

Molorey John, boots and shoes, 230 

Montg-mery's Billiard Saloon,.. 54 and 80 
Moritz & Bro., merchant tailors, 48 



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INDEX. 



Paok. 

Morningstar Peter, meat market, 194 

Moses h. W., optician, 3 

Jlyers & W'itthoft, furniture, C4 

National Hotel, 186 

National Saloon and Restaurant, 214 

Nebraska Saloon 182 

Newcomer C, restaurant, 42 

aiichols T. M., dentist, 56 

North M., livery stable 12 

Odeum Saloon, 264 

Osgood T. B., painter and glazier, 54 

Palmer House, 156 

Palmer House Saloon, 202 

Palmer & Talbott, dry goods, 24 

Parisette Joseph, confectioner, 58 

Parker Edgar, guns, pistols, &c 54 

Parry & Wrisht, physicians and surgeons, 18 

Pearl Salon and Restaurant, 98 

Peoria Fire Insurance Campany, 251 

Perkins & Coon, druggists, 228 

Perrine & Mayhew, model builders, &c , 194 

Phoenix Insurance Company, 158 

Ponrder & Borst, meat market, 188 

Ramsey & H inning, plumbers, 248 

Redstone Albert E., model room, 202 

Redstone & Bro., lath and shingle ma- 
chines 12 

Rickards Thomas, carpenters and build- 
ers 36 

Robinson & Myers, boots <and shoe?,. ... 68 

Rockwell R. E., sewing machine 208 

Roesch Charles, deutsch apotheke, 196 

Rosengarten H., druggist, 202 

Rosenthal A., wines and liquors, 38 

Ruschaupt & Bals, wines and liquors,. . 42 
Scott, Nicholson & Co., stone cutters... . 204 



Page. 

Semmons J. 11. & Co., opticians, 240 

Seybold M. & Co., marble workers, .... 216 

Sliucraft & Gibbs, hair dressers, 74 

Sinker E.T., coal oil, lamps, &c 234 

Sloan & Ingersoll, furniture 246 

Smith & Stevenson, coal 34 

Spencer & Socwell , grocers 68 

Spiegel, Thoms & Co., furniture 54 

Stapp & Wright, real estate agents 20 

Stewart & Bowen, wholesale books and 

stationary 76 

Stout R. C. &D. li., grocers 58 

Sulgrove James, saddlery hardware 22 

Sulgrove J. B., saddlery and carriage 

hardware 34 

The Atlas 152 

Thompson Mrs. B. S., physician and 

surgeon 210 

Traeyser George, piano fortes 78 

United States Express Co., inside front cover 

Verandah Saloon 28 

Vonnegut C lemens , leather 62 

Wallingford E. & Co., furniture 50 

Wands John & Son, boots and shoes 74 

Werden E. & Co., books and stationary 46 
Wiggins & Chandler, agricultural works 58 
WiWy \Vm. Y., real estate dealer, 11,-13 and 

guilt card outside 

Willard A. B. &. Co., dry goods 98 

Willard & Stowell, music store 154 

Williams C. H., Wheeler & Wilson's 

sewing machines 190 

Williamson & Haugh, iron railing, &c. 104 

Wilson Mrs. E 28 

Wood A. D , hardware 174 

Worth J. C, patent rights 210 



INDEX TO OmCINNATI ADVEETISEMEKTS. 



Page. 

Bacon's Mercantile College 163 and 168 

Blount Edward B., patent range manu- 
facturer 230 

Butlei J. J., ink manufacturer 188 

Crawford George & Co., commission 
merchants, &c 186 



Page. 
Franklin type and stereotype foundry.. . 1G2 

Gibson House 

Gundry's Mercantile College 70 

Hills, O'DriscoU & Co.., stei-eotypers. ... 194 
Boback C. W., patent medicines 192 and 198 
Walnut Street Hous-i 208 



INDEX TO RAILROADS. 



Page. 
Columbus, Steubenville and Pittsburgh 212 

Indiana Central Railway 160 

Indianapolis and Cincinnati 180 



Pa8E. 

Peru and Indianapolis 290 

Terre Haute, Alton &. St. Louis 220 

Terre Haute & Richmond 224 



COISTT 

Page. 
Alphabetical arrangement of names.... 17 
Building fund and loan Association.... 270 

Buisness Mirror 253 

Bus ness Summary 287 

Churches and Pasors 272 

Chefs Club 272 

City OfHcers 267 

County Officers 268 

Courts 268 

Female Institutes 274 

Fire Department 269 

Gas Light and CoVe Co 270 

Gymcasti; Association 285 

Hills and Pulilic Buildings 271 

Indianapolis Rolling Mill Co 270 

Libraries 275 

Literary Institutions 27 1 

Manufactures 287 



EISTT© 



Masonic Orders 

Millitary 

Miscellaneous 

Names too late for regular insertion 

Newspapers and Periodicals 

North Western Chris ian University.... 

Odd Fellows' 

Order of Ilaraguris 

Post Office 

Preface 

Railroad Companies. 

St. Johns Acadamy 

State Benevolent Institutions 

Telegraph 

Temperance Orders 

Township Officers 

Typographical Union 

United Order of Druids 



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288 
289 
275 
274 
2S0 
282 
271 
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283 
274 
276 
270 
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282 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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"W^ILEY'S 




"WM. Y. WILEY. L. R, MARTIN. 

WILLIAM Y. WILEY, 



AND DEALER IX 

LAND WARRANTS, STOCKS, BONDS, (ScC, 

No. 101 East Washington St., 
ISTBI^STArOZiIS, X^B. 

Buys and sells on Commission, HOUSES and LOTS, VACANT LOTS, FARMS and 
FARV1ING LANDS, in all the Western States; STOCKS, BONDS, NOTES, LAND WAR 
RANTS, <fec. ; Stocks of Geods 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 theWestern States. 

Having the best facilities for choice selections, will enter Lands, with Land Warrants 
or Cash, onjiberal terms. Particular attention paid to the Auction Sale of Real Estate. 

COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS FOR ALL THE STATES AND TERRITORIES. 



12 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



M M. NORTH 



Liverv & Sale 



24 S. Pennsylvania street, 

INDIANAPOLIS. IND. 



Horses and Carriages for Hire. Stable open 
Night and Day. 

REDSTONE & BROTHER, 

MANUFACTURERS AND PROPRIETORS OF 

E C l_ I f= © E 

PATENTED NOV. 15, 1859, AND FEB. 28, 1860. 

These Machines we furnish complete, and ready for cut- 
ting by hand or power, at one hundred dollars, which in- 
cludes the right to use. 

Machines on hand and for sale by 

Office opposite the Post Office, Indianapolis, Indiana. 

N. B.--TOWNSHIP, COUNTY AND STATE BIGHTS FOE SALE. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 13 



LOCKE & BROTHER, 

AGENTS FOR 

HOME INSUEANCE COMPANY, see :[jage 5 

HAETFOED FIEE INSUEAXCE CO, see page 220 

C. B. DAYIS, 

AGENT FOR 

CHATEE OAK FIEE INSUEANCE QO.^seepage 265 

MANHATTAN LIFE INSUEANCE CO.,seepage 252 

PEOEIA FIEE INSUEANCE CO., see ixuje 251 

WM. Y. WILEY, 

FOR ALL THE STATES AND TERRITOHSESa 

(SEE PAGE 11.) 

CHARLES FISHBACK, M. D., 

Pif ilOlii i. SyiiEiH 

Kesidesace lil, Ollice HIG Virginia Ave. 

INOIANAPOLIS, IND. 

OLIVER II. GErFROY. PETER GIBSON. 

GIBSON HOUSE, 

^W^alnat Street, 

West Side, between Fourth and Fifth Streets, 

CIHCINNATI, 0> 



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ADVERTISEMENTS. 



at 

AND NOTARY PUBLIC, 

No. 70 East Washington Street, 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 

Will give prompt attention to all Professional Business en- 
trusted to his care. Special attention paid to the 

COLLECTING & SECURING OF CLAIMS 

IN ANY PAPT OP THE STATE. 






BY SI ATE AUTHORn Y, 
FULTON INSURANCE COMPANY, 

NO. 40 WALL STREET, NEW YORK. 

CAPITAL., ^S00,000. 

PHCENIX INSURANCE COMPANY, 

OF BROOKLYN, NEW YORK. 

CAPITAL, ^^00,000. 

CONN. MUTUAL LIFE INS. CO., 

HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT. 

CAPITAL, $3,©®0,5S3 4?. 

Applications iu either of the above Companies promptly attended to 
and Policies issued by 

IVI. lOOE, .Argent, 

Indianapolis, Ind. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



15 



JASON DAME, 






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o. 67 East Washington St=, 

OPP. TOUSEY AND BYRAM'S STORE, 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 



Keeps on Hand and Manufactures to Order all kinds of 

loniimental & Tombstone Work 

Of the finest designs and best Patterns used in the Lusi- 
ness. 

Persons wanting anything in my line will consult their 
interest by calling at my Establishment, before buying else- 
where, as I possess every facility for getting up works as 
good and cheap as anywh'^re in the city, and therefore defy 
competition. 

PLEASE GIVE ME A CALL. 



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ADVERTISEMENTS. 



GEO. MERRITT. 



WM. COUGHiEN. 



WW ^(^%PBUIiBldRi 



And Dealers in all kinds of 








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mmp, 

SATmET WAHP3, JEAWS WAHPS, 

Card Clothing, Card Cleaners, Comb Plates, Loom 
Pickers, Shuttles of all kinds, 



A2;ents for the Sale of New and Second-Hand 



[a%jM.iM%jij 111 a 

Agents for the Sale of the 



S. 



PATENT STEEL BURR MACHINE, 



OHIO PREMIUM 



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IHQIAHAPOLIS, INOIAHA. 

Jlanufactures and keeps constantly on hand 



Blankets, Flannels, Satinets, 

Cassimeres, Stocking Yarns, &c., &c. The Highest Mar 
ket Price paid for Wool. All kinds of Custom Work at- 
tended to promptly. 

MEMITT & COUGHLEN. 



SUTHERLAND & lIcEVOY'S 

fitliianapotis dit^ giitttorg 



IF'OIEt 1300-01. 



ABBREVIATIONS. 

Bd:~., hoards; coi'.. corner; ves., residence ; col., colored ; yr'ul., widow; 
opp., opposite; b2t.., between; arc, avenue ; E., W.. N., S., ^as<, TFes^, iV^or^A, 
South. The word s^rce^ is implied. 



ABBETT' LAWSOX, physician and surgeon, res. 20 Vir- 
ginia ave. 

Abbett William A., clerk Hausman & Co., bds. 20 Virginia 
ave. 

Abrams Jolm, clerk P. S. Birkenniejer & Co., res. 55 E. 
Ohio. 

ACHEY AMERICUS, carpenter and builder, res. 79 Ver- 
mont. 

ACHEY COL. HEXEY, retired, Kentucky ave. 

ACHEY JOHX, Club House, 13 X. Illinois. 

ADAMS EXPRESS CO., (John H. Ohr, agent,) 12 E. 
Washington. 

xVdanis George H., book-keeper Witness office, res. 70 ]S^. 
Pennsylvania. 

A DAMS HAEEY^ E., clerk Palmer House. 

Adams H. S., policeman, res. 274 S. Delaware. 

Adams John M., bds. 149 ]^. Delaware. 

Adams Reuben, clerk Bradshaw & Glazier, res. 71 S. New 
Jersey. 

Adams William L., clerk H. A. Fletcher & Co., res. 26 E. 
Market. 

Adkins Mrs. Marv, bds. 91 S. Tennessee. 

.ETXA BITILDIXGS, 14 N. Pennsylvania. 



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INDIANAPOLIS 



LOUIS KOL 
pum Am ommmrAi 





ON GEORGIA STREET, 

Ret-vveen Pennsylvania and Meridian, 
II%I>BA]\APOLIS, BI\©. 



Having established myself in this city, I am prepared to execute all 
kinds of Plain, Fancy and Ornamental Turning, in the best manner, 
and at reasonable prices. 

LOUIS KOLB. 




NO. 136 ILLINOIS STREET, NEAR THE UNION DEPOT, 

INDIANAROI—IS-, 1ND_ 

Fare — Per Meal, 25 Cents; Per Day, 75 Cents. 
Wagon Yard for the Accommodation of Travelers. 



CIIAS. PARRY. 



M. II. WRIGHT. 



DOCTORS 

PARRY & WRIGHT, 

OFFICE, NO. 12 EAST MARKET STREET, 

First Door East of the Town Clock, and alongside of 
the Oflace of Drs. Thompson & Woodbnrn. 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 



CITY DlREOrORY. 19 



iETNA INSURANCE CO., Wm. Henderson, agent, 14 N. 
Pennsylvania. 

Agerett John, res. St. Clair. 

Alaire P. A., bricklayer, bds. 138 IST. Alabama. 

Albert Lawson, blacksmith, 66 Indiana ave. 

Albertsmearchan S. M. Donald, Union. 

Albertsmcyer Henry, saw miller, res. 152 N". Noble. 

Albrecht George, varnisher, Spiegel, Thoms & Co., res. 
95 N. Davidson. 

Albro Henry, moulder, res. 252 S. Delaware. 

Aldag August, shoemaker, res. 50 N. Liberty. 

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

ALDAG- CIIAELES, boots and shoes, 133 E. Washington, 
res. 32 N. Liberty. . 

Aldag Louis, shoemaker, res. 30 N. Liberty. 

ALDENE MADAME, dress maker, &c., 118 N. Illinois. 

Aldene Miss Lizzie, bds. 118 N. Illinois. 

Aldland Hiram, baker, bds. 150 N. New Jersey. 

Alexander John, conductor J. and I. Ilailroad, bds. Ameri- 
can House. 

Alford Thomas G., (Mills, A. & Co.,) res. 79 N. Alabama. 

Allaire Andrew B., blacksmith, bds. 138 N. Alabama. 

Allaire James P., brick mason, res. 138 N. Alabama. 

Allaire Peter A., brick mason, bds. 138 N. Alabama. 

Allamon Samuel, (Osgood, Smith & Co.,) res. cor. Maryland 
and Pennsylvania. 

ALLEN CHARLES F.. civil engineer, 8 Blake's Block, 
bds. American House. 

Allen Emery, (col.,) teamster, 133 N. Alabama. 

Allen Henry, (A. & Hinesley,) res. 68 W. Vermont. 

ALLEN & HINESLEY, livery stable, rear of Palmer 
House. 

Allen James R., student, bds. James. 

Allen James S., gas fitter, bds. 121 Maryland. 

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

Allen Miss Mary, weaver, Ohio P. W. Factory, bds. "W. 
Maryland. 

Allen Robert, moulder, 117 W. Maryland. 

ALLEN STEPHEN, grocer, cor. Illinois and Indiana ave., 
res. 49 Indiana ave. 

Allen William, machinist Bellefontaine Railroad shop, res. 
105 Meek. 

Allison J. E., plasterer, bds. 21 N. Alabama. 

Allison L. L., engineer I. and C. Railroad, bds. 70 S. Noble. 

Allred G. M., sexton grave yard, res. 103 South. 

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

Alvord E. S., U. S. mail contractor, res. 54 N. Pennsyl- 
vania. 



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AMEEICAN EXPJRESS CO., H. W. Daniels, agent, S. E. 

cor. Washington and Meridian. 
AMERICAN HOUSE, Wiggini & Morrow, proprietors, 

Louisiana, opp. Union Depot. 
AMES RIGHT REV. ED^yARD R., Methodist Episcopal, 

res. N. Pennsylvania, E. S., bet. First and Second. 
AMES JAMES, agent for Gilbert's 2)iano fortes and Grover 

and Baker's sewing machines, cor. W. Washington and 

Kentucky ave. 
Amos James, spinner, res. 201 W. Washington. 
Amos Mrs. Nancy, res. 1-13 N. Noble. 
Amos Thomas D., policeman, 1st ward, res. 75 N. Spring. 
Anderson Charles, carpenter, bds. 53 E. Market. 
Anderson David, carpenter, 52 Indiana ave. 
Anderson George, carpenter, bds. 53 E. Market. 
Anderson George P., miller, res. 140 E. Market. 
Anderson Henry, carpenter, res. 53 E. Market. 
Anderson J., res. 147 E. New York. 
Anderson Jacob, laborer, res. E. St. Marys. 
Anderson James, coachman, 54 N. Pennsylvania. 
Anderson James W., messenger American Express Co., res. 

96 N. East. 
Anderson J. A. P., proprietor Bates City Mills. 
ANDERSON JOHN HOWELL P., superintendent Bates 

City Mills, res. 3G N. Delaware. 
Anderson Robert J., brick mason, res. 15 E. North. 
Anderson Samuel, (col.,) wood sawyer, res. 63 S. Noble. 
Anderson Thomas, laborer, 97 N. Mississippi. 
ANDRA JOHN, saddler and harness maker, 196 E. AYash- 

ington, res. 152 E. New York. 
Andrews Henry, (col.,) express man, bda. 149 N. Alabama. 
ANDREWS L. N., general freight agent P. & I. Railroad ; 

office at Depot, res. 73 S. Delaware. 
Angevine E. GK, painter and paper hanger, res. 134 N. East. 
Ankanbrock Henry., drayman, S. Delaware. 
Antee Jacob, blacksmith, res. 199 S. Delaware. 
Anthony David, carpenter, res. 14 N. West. 
Anton Charles, draftsman, bds. Pyle House. 
Appleton Mrs. Eliza, (col.,) res. 141 N. East. 
APPLETON JAMES R., foreman press room Sentinel 

office, res. 46 Indiana ave. 
Archey David, (col.,) porter Bates House. 
Archey Edward, (col.,) cook, Little's Hotel. 
Arevels Rev. Willis, (col.,) Meth. Episc, res. 119 N. West. 
Armanenk Christian, laborer, res. 13 N. Railroad. 
Armstrong Geo. A., res. 53 S. Mississippi. 
Armstrong Geo. P., deliverer American and U. S. Express 

Co.'s. 



INDIANAPOLIS 



JAMES SULGROVE, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 

DEALER IN 












HAROWARE, 

COACH AND HARNESS TRIMMINGS, 

NO. 20 WEST WASHINGTON ST., 

iniDIAIVAPOI/IS, IMD. 



ALSO. MANUFACTURER OF 



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EtCif at Wliolesale and Retail) to suit Purcliascrs. 

MERRILL & CO., 

PUBLISHKRS OF THE 

INDIANA PRACTICE AND INDI- 
--"'^ ANA STATE REPOKTS. 

Also, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 
Law, Theological, Miscellaneous and School 

Stationery, Blank Books, Blank Deeds, 
Mortgages, Bills of Lading, d-e., d-e. 

FAKMEES' HOTEL, 

CORNER ILLINOIS AND 0E0R61A STREETS, 

ONE SQUARE NORTH OF THE UNION DEPOT, 

Inclianapolis, Indiana. 

ONE DOLLAR PER DAY. 

MEALS AND LODGING, 25 CENTS E 'i CH. 




H. BUEHRIG, PROPRIETOR. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 23 



Armstrong John, 1G5 W. Washinj^ton. 

Arinstj'ong J. K., tailor, res. South. 

Armstrong- Miss M., 139 W. Washington. 

Arnholter Henry, harness maker, bds. 152 E. New York. 

ARNOLD & DAVIS, cancer doctors, 40^ Louisiana, up 
stairs. 

Arnold Edward, carpenter, bds. Farmers' and Drovers' 
Hotel. 

Arnold Mrs. Jane, res. 10 N". West. 

Arnold John W., (A. &. Davis,) bds. Tremont House. 

Arnold Lewis, laborer, res 277 East. 

Arnold Peter, laborer. 143 E. Washington. 

Arnold wid. Sallie, res. 283 S. East. 

Arnold Tb.omas, brick moulder, res. 283 S. East. 

Arnold William, brick moulder, res. 283 S. East. 

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

Arthur Thomas, moulder, res 240 W. Washington. 

Ash Prank, laborer, res. 14 S. Georgia. 

ASH ISAAC N., Deputy Auditor of State, res. 16 California. 

ASHER & CO., publishers and booksellers, Odd Fellows' 
Hall, up stairs. 

Asher John E., (A. & Co.) bds. 11 Madison ave. 

Askin Patrick, peddler, res. 56 Massachusetts ave. 

Asmos Charles, clerk, bds 151 Indiana ave 

Asmus Frederick, weaver, 158 N". Noble. 

Askren David, carpenter, res. 114 W. Ohio. 

Aterbrook, Henry, drayman, res. 2G9 S. Delaware. 

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

ATKINS ELIAS C, saw manufacturer, 155 S. Illinois, res. 
East, S. of G-eorgia. 

Atkinson Joseph, engineer I. P. & C. R. R., bds. Ray House. 

Atkinson Samuel, machinist I. P. & C. R. R., bds. Ray 
House. 

Atkinson Thomas, painter, res. 116 N. Mississippi. 

Atkinson Joseph B., law student with N. B. Taylor, bds. 22 
W. ^Jaryland. 

ATLAS, daily, weekly and tri-weekly, John D. Defrees 
publisher, 18 S. Meridian. 

Austin James, res. 28 S. Meridian. 

AVERY LEONARD S., groceries and provisions, 24 W. 
Washington, res. N. Tennessee, bt. Michigan and Ver- 
mont. 

Averj^ John L., carpenter, 124 N. Alabama, res. 104 N. Ala- 
bama. 

Avery John P., 104 N. Alabama. 

Averill V. B., bookbinder, bds. 61 W. New York. 

Avels Joseph, carpenter, 255 S. Pennsylvania. 



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Avels Mrs. Margaret, groceries and provisions, 277 S Dela- 
ware. 
Ay res Milton, wagon maker, 56 S. East. 

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BABCOCK II., wholesale grocer, 75 E. Washington, res. 
1G9 Delaware. 

Babcock M. D., manager H. Babcock, res. 75 E. Washington. 

Babbitt wid. A., res. 78 S. Illinois. 

Babbitt Alonzo P., jn-inter, res. 78 S. Illinois. 

Back Clemmens, cigar maker, bds. Union Hall. 

Back John, porter Tremont House. 

Backes Thomas, blacksmith, bds. E. Market. 

Backman William, laborer Central Depot, res. 208 S. Ala- 
bama. 

BACOX DANIEL, superintendent Bates House Saloon, bds. 
Bates House. 

Bacon E. W., painter, res. 131 jST. Alabama. 

Bacon John L., blacksmith, bds. 131 jST. Alabama. 

Bacon Eobert D., silver smith, rear of 21 E. Washington, 
bds. Mrs. Kirk. 

Bacon Theodore L., book keeper, bds. 127 Massachusetts ave. 

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

Bade Anthony, laborer, res. 129 S. Alabama. 

Bader Henry, currier J. Fishbaok, res. Bluft' Koad. 

Baer Henry C., marble cutter W. A. Keys, bds Pyle House. 

Bahrmann'john, laborer, 112 S. Noble. 

Baier C, agent Zeitung, Delaware. 

Baier Jacob, tailor, bds. Union Hall. 

Bailey wMd. John, res. 18 jST. East. 

Baine Thomas, physician, 68 Blackfoi-d. 

Bair Leonidus, harness maker, bds. Kentucky ave., bet. 
Maryland and Georgia. 

Baker Albert C, (B. & Kellv,) res. Huron. 

BAKEii MRS. ANNA, milliner, 20 S. Illinois, res. same. 

Baker Miss Evaline, 20 8. Illinois. 

Baker Frederick, plasterer, 203 N. Illinois. 

Bnlcer Henry, res. cor. North and Blake. 

Baker Henr3^ helper, res. 302 JST. Illinois. 

Baker Isaac W., laborer, Blake opp. Mill. 

Baker Jacob, tailor, res. 113 E. New York. 

BAKEE JAMES M., salesman liickok & Starr, res. 16 S. 
Illinois. 

Baker John, porter Tremont House, res. 213 S. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Baker John, jr., harness maker, bds. Mrs. Smith. 



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Cor. of illinois and Market Sts. 



This is a new and first class House in all its departments,, "vrell situ- 
ated, being in the center of the business part of the city, and well merits 
a liberal share of public patronage. 



TertM^ one Hollas* per Il;ay, and rcasoiaaljle 
per AVeek. 



A. S. RINGSLEY, ■ - Proprieroi 



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BING'S BAZAAR 

32 WEST WASHINGTO?f ST., INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN 



imtZ\ OENTS^ AND CHILDREMS^ 

FURNISHING GOODS, 

FANCY GOODS, IIOSIP]RY, 

Grlovesi, jXotions, 

0rte iionaies, /aiis, pags, Calsiis, 

TOYLETTE AND WORK BOXES, 

FANCY SOAPS, PERFUMERY, EMBROIDERY, 
COMBS, BKUSHES, TOYS, &C. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 27 



Baker & Kell}", painters, cor. of Washington and Meridian, 

up stairs. 
BAKER MISS SARAH A., dress makea-, 20 S. Illinois. 
Baker S. W., salesman Kew York Store, bds. Macy Ilonse. 
Baker Thomas, bar tender T. B. Dunn, 68 E. Washing- 
ton. 
Baker W. I., passenger agent B. R. R., res. 108 E. South. 
Baker William, teamster, res. Blake, bet. Washington and 

New York, 
BALCKE CHARLES, saloon and billiard table, 175 E. 

Washington. 
BALCKE CilARLES, Secretary German Mutual Insurance 

Co., 95 E. AVashington. 
Baldwig Avid. Levi, res" 183 N. East. 
Baldwin Mrs. Emma R., res. 183 N. East. 
Bakhvin J. H., (H. Ilausmann &Co.,) res. 41 E. Michigan. 
Ball Miss M. J., teacher Indianapols Female Institute, bds. 

34 E. Michigan. 
Ballard Austin, seal engraver, res. 5 Circle. 
Ballard Charles E., carriage painter, bds. 5 Circle. 
BALLARD GRANVILLE M., principal teacher Indiana 

Institute for the education of the Ijlind. 
Ballard J., clerk, bds. 21 S. Delaware. 
Ballard W. G., clerk A. D. Wood, bds. S. Beck. 
Balls Christian, cai-penter, bds. 51 Union. 
Ballweg Ambrose, machinist, 57 Madison ave. 
BALLWEG FREDERICK, State House Saloon, 95 W. 

Washington. 
Bals Charles, (Ruschhaupt & B.,).res. 56 E. St. Joseph. 
BAMBERGER II. & CO., hats, caps and furnishing goods, 

16 E. Washington. 
Bamberger Herman, (H. B. & Co.,) bds. Bates House. 
Bandy Peter, carpenter, res. California. 
Banghart Aaron W., laborer, res. 189 N. New Jersey. 
BANK OF THE STATE OF INDIANA, H. McCuUoch, 

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

Kentuck}' ave. 
Banks Francis R., engineer B. R. R., res. cor. Broadway 

and Strawberry alley. 
Bannon James, at Bellefontaine R. R. shop, res. Yirginia 

ave. 
Banse William, wagon maker, 306 Yirginia ave. 
Banstroke Mrs. Anna, 18 W. Maryland. 
Barahmanan John, laborer, 112 S. Noble. 
Barbee Robert B., constable, res. 165 N. East. 
Barbee Sampson, moulder, res. 201 S. Delaware. 
BARBOUR & HO\VLAND, attorneys at law, 19 E. Wash- 
in irton. 



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IIVERV SIIBIE 

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GIIOICK WINES, LiaUORS, CIRARS 

--. __ , , j-in-iiii. II CONSTANTLY ON HAND —A 

BILLI4RB SALOON 

With J. W. Brunswick''s Tables is coanected with this establishment. 

_JMi\ BUSSEY, PSOPHIETOR^. 

OPPOSITE UNION DEPOT, INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 



FASHIONABLE 

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NO. 18 NORTH ILLINOIS STREET, 
Indianapolis, Ind. 



Has constantly on hand a very fine assortment of Fancy 
Goods. Also, Teacher for Mrs. L. Drury's Dress Cutting. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 



29 



Barbour Lucian, (B. & Howland.) res. Alabama, S. E. cor. 
Michigan. 

BAEBOUli SAMUEL, Deputy U. S. Marshal, res. 37 ^Y. 
Maiyland. 

Barbs Mrs. Elizabeth, res. 81 N. Pennsylvania. 

Bare B., bds. 152 W. G-eorgia. 

Bare Dewitt, bds. 152 W. Georgia. 

Bare Leonidus, bds. 152 W. Georgia. 

Bare Mrs. Sidney, res. 152 "W. Georgia. 

Bark Henry, G3 Blutt' Road. 

BAEKER THOMAS D., County Treasuier, office Court 
House, res. 117 l!^. DelaAvare. 

Barks James A., painter, res. 279 S. Delaware. 

Barlow Thomas, baggage master B. R. R., bds. American 
House. 

Barlow Thomas, carver, bds. 37 South. 

Barneclo John M., shipping clerk I. C. R. R. Depot, res. 45 
E. Louisiana. 

Barneclo Orlando, laborer, bds. 45 E. Louisiana. 

Barnes A., Meridian, bet. iMaryland and Washington. 

BARNES ELLIS, foreman job room Journal Co., res 20 S. 
Meridian. 

Barnes Patrick, laborer. 245 S. Pennsylvania. 

Barnes William, rope maker, res. S. West. 

Barnham William, blacksmith, cor. W. Vermont and Cali- 
fornia. 

BARNITT & BRO., groceries and provisions, 170 E. Wash- 
ington. 

Barnitt Isxvac, (B. & Bro.,) res. G8 N. East. 

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

Barnitt Thomas, jr., (Hanlin & B.,) bds. 83 E. Market. 

Barr B. J., tailor, bds. Railroad ave. 

Barr Jacob, venitian blinds, res. 86 N". Alabama. 

Barr Joseph, tailor, res. 127 Railroad ave. 

Barr Mrs. Nancy, res. 134 N. East. 

Barret Patrick, laborer, res. 76 S. Noble. 

BARRINGER GEORGE L., conductor I. & C. R. R., bds. 
Bates House. 

Barrows H. W., machinist, bds. Gralt House. 

Barry wid. Richard, 306 S. Delaware. 

Barry Thomas, clerk Wm. Hannaman. 

Bars L., (col.,) oj^ster saloon, Washington, cor. of Meridian. 

Barth George, laborer, 198 Virginia ave. 

Barth Rev. John H., res. 121 N^ Alabama. 

BARTLETT JOSEPH L., groceries &c., 133 S. Tennessee, 
res. 121 Tennessee. 

Bartlett L. B., bds. 58 W. Vermont. / 

Bartz Charles, res. 148 N. Illinois. 



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COLLEGE HALL BUILDING, 

Mo. 431 East Wasliin^tofl st, 



SWMAllfAPOLlS, IMP. 



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PHOTOGRAPHIC GALLSRY IN THE STATE. 

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BY SUPERIOR ARTISTS. 



J36^ All arc invited to call and examine our large collection of Da- 
guerreotypes, Photographs, and other Pictures. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 



31 



BASSETT HOivACE, clerk U. S. Circuit Court, office Ma- 
sonic Hall, res. 20 E. Ohio. 
Bassctt William J., mason, res. 31 Indiana ave. 
BATES' CITY MILLS, J. A. P. Anderson proprietor, 282 

E. Washington. 
Bates Edward, jr., shoemaker, res. 8 McOuat's Block. 
BATES HER7EY, Sr., res. G6 E. Market. 
BATES HERYEY, Jr., res. 73 N. Delaware. 
BATES HOUSE, William Judson, proprietor, cor. Illinois 

and Washington. 
Batty Edwin, carpenter, res. Broadway ave. 
Batty John H., grocery and provisions, 21 IST. Alabama, res. 

Broadway ave. 
Bauer Mrs. Mary, 63 N. Illinois. 
Baugh Casper, butcher, 14 Garden. 
Baumann Andrew, proprietor Pennsylvania House, cor. 

Washington and East. 
Baumeistcr A. E., clerk C. Meyer, res. 10 W. Georgia. 
Baunieister Herman, clerk Klotz & Pfafflin, bds. IG W. 

Georgia. 
Bavington Albert, plasterer, bds. W. H. Lingenfelter. 
Bavles E., bds. 58 W. Vermont. 

BAYMILLER CHARLES P., bds. 90 Massachusetts ave. 
Ba^'ton William (col.,) currier, 139 West. 
Bazzell Mrs. Sarah, res. 79 Yermont. 
BEACH WILLIAM B., clerk Supreme Court, office State 

House, res. 106 X. West. 
Beak John, blacksmith, res. 119 E. South. 
BEAL JOHN A., attorney, 6 Glenns' Block, res. 82 N. East. 
Boal M. S., res. 82 N. East. 
BEALE JOSHUA, painter and glazier, 133 Yirginia ave., 

res. 19 Bates. 
Beam David, (Byrkit & B.,) res. 125 S. Tennessee. 
Beam Mary, res. 125 S. Tennessee. 
Bean John, bar tender Tremont House. 
BEATY DAYID S., sec'y Gas Co. and Central Plank Eoad 

Co., office 3 W. Washington, res. 80 E. Michigan. 
BEARD & SINEX, agricultural implements, N". E. cor. 

Washington and Tennessee. 
Beasley Mrs. Ann, res. 105 JST. Tennessee. 
Beasle}^ John, boot maker A. Knodle & Son, res. 105 N. 

Tennessee. 
Beaty Mary, res. 122 N. Illinois. 

Beaver Elisha, carpenter, res. 182 Massachusetts ave. 
Beaver Joseph, (col.,) cook Little's Hotel. 
Becher Conrad, cigar box maker, res. 215 N". Alabama. 
BECK ANDREW J., conductor T. H. & R. Railroad, bds. 

Palmer House. 



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WHOLESALE DEALERS IN 



SADDLGRY HARDWARE. 



AND MANUFACTURERS OF 



SADDLES, HxillNESS, 

o: 34 West Washington Street, 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 



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SHOP: 
NO. 133 VIRGINIA AVENUE, INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 

All work done promptly' and in good order — Cheap for Cash. 



E!^ttxl>lisliixieiit, 
15 E. Washington St., I door E. of Harrison's Bank, 

INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA. 

1^" Keeps constiintly on hand a well assorted stock of Ready Made 
Clothing and Furnishing Goods, which he sells at the lowest Prices. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 33 



BECK CHRISTIAN, gunsmith, 15 S. Meridian, res. 80 :N'. 

New Jersej^. 
BECK EDWARD, Crystal Palace Saloon and Restaurant, 

44 W. Washington. 
Beck George L., carriage painter, hds. JVIacy House. 
Beck Jacob, gunsmith, 76 Fort Wayne ave. 
BECK JACOB, gunsmitii, 86 E. Washington, res. 79 B. St. 

Clair. 
BECK JOHX A., watch maker C. G. French, bds. 51 S. 

Delaware. 
BECK ct MOFFITT, Western Paint and Color Works, 87 

E. Washington. 
Beck Samuel, (B. & Moffitt,) res. 21 S. Delaware. 
BECKER H., trunk manufacturer, 30 W. Washington, 

res. 76 N. Tennessee. 
Becker Jacob, (Tapking & B.,) 113 E. New York. 
Beckett Wm., on Indiana Central Railroad, bds. Ray House. 
Beckner Henry W., carpenter, res. 23 McCarty. 
Beckner Samuel R., mail agent, res. 34 E. Market. 
Bedford W. R., attorney at law, 35^ E. Washington. 
BEEBE R., Empire Saloon, 23 W. Washington. 
Beezley Louisa C, bds. 132 S. Delaware. 
Beezley Nathaniel, boarding, 132 S. Delaware. 
Behie Frederick, shoemaker, 130 S. Delaware. 
BEHYMER DANIEL, sash and blind manufacturer and 

carpenter, 6 N. Delaware, res. 110 E. Market. 
Belhaus John, apprentice Dumont & Sinker. 
Bell Miletus & Co., grocers, 46 Fort Wayne ave. 
Bell Miletus, physician, res. 124 N. Delaware. 
Bell Peter, moulder, bds. 258 S. Delaware. 
BELL THADDEUS D., auction and commission, jewelry, 

&c., 15 W. Washington, bds. Tremont House. 
Bell AVilliam, teamster, res. 74 Blackford. 
BELLEFONTAINE RAILROAD OFFICE, cor. Meridian 

and Louisiana. 
Bellows E., blacksmith, res. 57 N. Delaware. 
Bcltzner Micha(^l, teamster, res. 116 E. Market. 
Belzer George, foundryman, 213 N. Alabama. 
BENDER DAVID, proprietor National Hotel, 217 W. 

Washington. 
Bender Tobias, currier J. Fishback, res. E. Market, near 

New Jersey. 
Bennett Mrs. Julia, 161 S. Tennessee. 

Bennett William H., (Root, B. & Co.,) res. 80 N. Me- 
ridian. 
Benson Henry C, cooper, 51 Benton. 
Benson H. C, clerk, res. 68 Noble. 
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J. B. SULGROYE, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN 

jck'JJ X) Xj^ Ju Jl\ X 9 

AND CARRIAGE HARDWARE, 
4=4= East "W^ashington St., 

THREE DOOES EAST OF D. YANDES' LEATHER STORE, 
Xlt^TDTJ^lST J>,.F CD JL.TS, IISIID. 



H. F. SMITH 



C. S. STEVENSON. 



SMITH & STEVENSO 



DEALERS IN 



pttslmrg anil UeMern Cottl, 

P1\E LlUiBEl!. L\TII & S!lI\TilES 



^"^9^^::'':tjy Also, Grain and all kinds of Feed, 

^^K[' h At No. 5 South Delaware St., 

*'**'%\''''l^-~.4i4'9 O^E DOOR FROM WASHINGTON, 

. H INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 



JQ= Orders may be left with J. & J. Bradshaw, No. 25 

West Washington Street. 



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No. II North Pennsylvania Street, 

ffiTNA BTFILDINGS, BETWEEN ODD FELLOWS' HALL AND U S. BUILDING, 

!HGIiVNAPOL!S, JHG. 



MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF 



Crackers, Pies, Cakes and Bread 

Orders executed with dispatch, and delivered to depots and all parts of the city. 



CITY DIRECTORY. -| '^'^H'/"M4 



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BEXTO]^ A. E., professor of languages, N. W. cor. Uni- 
versity, res. N. E. of city limits. 

BEOCHEE & AVEETHEE, butchers, 175 S. Delaware. 

Beocher Henr}', (B. & Werther,) res. 1 mile on Madison E.E. 

Berg Mrs. Frederica, res. 105 E. South. 

Berg Henrj', stone mason, res. 276 S. Delaware. 

Berg Henry, carj^enter, res. 141 S. xVlabama. 

Berger John, clei'k J. A. Heidlinger, bds. California House. 

Berger Leander, cigar maker J. A. Heidlinger. 

BEEGNEE GUSTAY, clerk Indianapolis Branch Bank- 
ing Co. 

Bernauer Joseph, laboi"er, res. 52 S. Huron. 

Berner Charles, clerk, res. 36 Indiana ave. 

Berner Gottlieb, huckster, res. 90 X. Davidson. 

Bernhammer Henry, waiter Crystal Palace Saloon. 

Berringer Joseph, cabinet maker, bds. Kentucky ave. 

Berry Elizabeth A., bds. 52 S. Delaware. 

Berry I. X., last maker, bds. Mrs. Ivinder's, 79^ E. Wash- 
ington. 

Berry John, 266 J^. Indiana ave. 

BEEEY JOSEPH A., printer, Sentinel office, bds. Far- 
mers' Hotel. 

Berry Michael, stone cutter, res. 46 !N'. Spring. 

Berrj'man Eli, cabinet maker, res. 160 S. Alabama. 

Berryman Ezekiel. cabinet maker, res. 46 S. Noble. 

Berryman John, blacksmith and wagon maker, E. "Wash- 
ington, near limits, res. 50 S. Xoble. 

Berryman William, blacksmith, 46 S. Xoble. 

Bevnon Thomas, laborer, res. 241 E. Massachusetts ave. 

BIBLE DEPOSITOEY, Mrs. E. Wilkins, agent, 34 E. 
Market. 

Biche Frederick, shoemaker, 130 S. Delaware. 

BIDDLE & COOPEE, boots and shoes, 79 E. Washington. 

Biddle Sjdvanus, (Eldridgo, McMillin & B.,) res. 50 S.^Mis- 
sissippi. 

Biddle Wm., (B. & Cooper,) res. 52 E. Market. 

Bier Jacob, tailor, bds. Union Hotel. 

Bigelow Ira. plasterer, res. 182 E. Xew York. 

Biggy Thomas, laborer, res. 178 East. 

Bilger Joseph, carpenter, res. 154 E. ISTew York. 

Billingsworth John, confectioner, 45 Union. 

Bina Timothv, laborer, 108 Wabash, bet. East and Liberty. 

BIXG SIMOX, Jr., fancy goods, notions, toys, &c., 32 W. 
AYashington. 

BIXGS BAZAAE, 32 W. Washington. 

BIXGHAM & DOUGHTY, proprietors Indiana State 
Sentinel, office 16, 18 and 20, Sentinel Buildings. E. 
Washington. 



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INDIANAPOLIS 



CHARLES G, FRENCH, 

«?£ii«S i JSi^ail 




%-J^ 37 W. Washington, 

Foui* Doors East oi 
the Palmer House, 

IMmmaj^QliSj lad. 



o 



OYER 10. 19 EAST WASHISGTOS STREET, 

xisnDXj\.isrj\.iPOX^T£i, ijntid. 



g@°' Also, gives special attention to the Collection of Claims 
throushout the State. 



THOMAS RICKAKP8e 



ALi3 MAKES SFEOIFiOATiOiS AUD eO^THIOTS 

rOK BUILDIIv'GS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS 

Job Work of all kinds done at Short Notice. 

SHOP COR. DELAWARE AND MARYUND STS, 

CASH DEALER IN 






AMB LEATHER, 
Cor. Meridian and Maryland Sts. 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 



0^°" Manufactures a Superior Article of Skirting. °=gBa 



CITY DIRECTORY. 37 



Ein<>;ham J., stone cutter vS. C. Jones. 

BINCillAM JOS. J., editor State Sentinel, E. Washington, 
res. 88 W. Maryland. 

BINGHAM W. P. & CO., watches and jewehy, 20 E. 
Washington. 

Bingham Wheelock P., (W. P. B. & Co.,) res. 7 E. Ohio. 

Binkley Samuel, (Wilson Jones & Co.,) res. 205 N. Illinois. 

Bippus Frederick, laborer, bds. 137 N. Mississippi. 

Bipjjus John, tailor, 137 N. Mississippi. 

Birch James C, res. cor. Market and Alabama. 

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

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

Birkenmayer P. S., (P. S. B. & Co.,) res. 145 N. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Boinbaum Joseph, salesman S. Bings, jr. 

Bisbing Charles, machinist, bds. 124 N. West. 

Bisbing Jacob I., deputy city marshal, res. 124 N. West. 

Bishoj) Grcorge, cabinet maker, bds. 255 S. Delaware. 

Bishop widow John, res. 193 IST. New" Jersey. 

Bishop Lewis P., laborer, res. 193 N. New Jersey. 

BissettS. A., baggage master J. and I. Eailroad, bds. Ameri- 
can House. 

Black George H., carpenter, 81 N. East. 

Black John, conductor Indiana Central Railroad, bds. 
American House. 

Black William M., tanner, 22 W. Maryland. 

Blaes Nicholas, ale and beer agent, 66 S. Delaware, res. 
same. 

BLAIN JAMES W., house and sign painter, 31 S. Dela- 
ware, res. same. 

Blain Thomas M., cupola tender, res. 95 W. New York. 

Blair B., painter, 129 Blake. 

BLAIR JAMES M., harness and collar manufacturer, 87 
W. Washington, res. same. 

BLAKE JAMBS, off. Blake's Building, res. 186 N. Ten- 
nessee. 

Blake James R., clerk Rolling Mill, bds. 186 N. Tennessee. 

Blake John, (Kregelo, B. & Co.,) res. 134 N. West. 

Blake Margaret C, washing and ironing, I'es. Huron, bet. 
Ohio and New York. 

Blake Walter A., bds. 186 N. Tennessee. 

Blake William M., 201 N. Tennessee. 

BLAKE'S BUILDING, cor. Washington and Illinois. 

Blame Francis, (H. Tilly & Co.,) res. S. Peunsjdvania. 

Blanc John, butcher, 101 N. Meridian. 

Blanch Anthony, clerk C. Vonnegut, bds. 142 E. Wash- 
ington. 



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INDIANAPOLIS 



LMW^IS L^isre'B 



No. 17 East Washington Street, 



QfttDISEST OF WINES, LIQUORS AND ClOAHS 

ALWAYS ON HAND. 

WHOLESALE DEALER IN 

/orrise mh poicstir f JijuuLsDiiifii 

AND MANUFACTURER OF CIGARS, 

NO. 38 LOUSSIANA, OPPOSITE UNION DEPOT, 

GEORGE FELLER, 

DEALER IN 



%llatcl)es, Cl0fkB, 



AND JEWELRY. 

REPAIRING DONE ON SHORT NOTICE, 

j^^^g^^ No. 17 East Side North Illinois St., 
nearly opposite Bates House. 




ADOLPIIE JACQUET, 




BEETS. 



BEER. ALE, AND POKTER. 

Direct importation of French Wiaos and Brandies. — Good Table 
Claret (pure) at 20c. per bottle, without the bottle; White and Ked 
Wines from 80c. to $1 per gallon ; Port and Madeira Wines, the best 
French Brandies and Cognac,' from fl 50 to $6 per gallon. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 39 



Bland Hiram, carpenter, res. 155 X. Xew Jersey. 

Blausteg V., stone mason, 1G2 Liberty. 

Blauvelt David C, bds. 74 N. Tennessee. 

Blessings Benj., watchman at Depot, res. 229 S. Alabama. 

Bloom Francis, res. 190 S. Pennsylvania. 

Blovclt Charles, teamster, res. 33 S. Liberty. 

Blue Cyrns B., carpenter, res. G9 Fort Wayne ave. 

Blumcr John, laborer, 23 ]\IcAllistcr. 

Blunk Andrew F., carpenter, res. 2G9 Massachusetts ave. 

Bly Oliver H. P., switchman Union Railroad Co., 32 IST. East. 

Blythe Samuel, machinist, res. 15 E. Lord. 

Blythe William, fireman, bds. 50 S. Xoble. 

BOAZ W, T., treasurer L and C. Eailroad Co., bds. 20 
W. North. 

BOAZ WILLIAM, deputy sheriff, res. 261 S. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Bocart Frederick, coppersmith, res. iST. Meridian. 

8ock Christian, carpenter, res. 140 jST. Alabama. 

Bockstahler Martin, baker, res. 50 South. 

BOBBS J. S., physician, 172 E. Washington, up stairs, res. 
outside Cori^oration. 

Bock Christopher, carpenter, 140 N. Alabama. 

Bodantz Ilenxy, merchant tailor, 158 W. Washington. 

Bodcar Conrad, cigar box maker, res. 215 N. Alabama. 

Boek John S., plumber, bds. National Hotel. 

Boerum Joseph S., carpenter, 204 N. Illinois, res. 200 IS". 
Illinois. 

BOETTICHER JULIUS, publisher of Indiana Yolksblatt, 
132 E Washington. 

Boetticher Otto, printer Indiana Volksblatt, bds. 132 E. 
Washington. 

Bogert Charles, teamster, bds. cor. Missouri and Merrill. 

Bogert Cornelius, watchman Peg Factory. 

Boging Hiram, laborer, bds. 38 S. Alabama. 

BOHLEN D. A., architect .Etna Buildings, N. Pennsyl- 
vania, res. 41 Huron. 

Bohme Christian, carpenter, 22 S. Alabama. 

Bohme Mrs. Mary, midwife, 22 S. Alabama. 

Bolinger Madison, carpenter, res. 18 N. West. 

Bollman Frederick, baker, 91 E. Washington, res. same. 

Bolton Ezra, res. 71 Madison ave. 

Bolton Mrs. James, bds. 55 S. Illinois. 

Bolton James P., checkman Bellefontaine R. R. Depot. 

Bolton Sarah, candy maker, bds. 55 S. Illinois. 

Bomer Nicholas, laborer, G4 Bluff Road. 

Bond A. v., shoemaker, bds. Mrs. Ferguson. 

Bonner Mrs. Mary, res. cor. Merit ian and North. 

BONTH REV. J. II., (Cer. Meth.,) res. 121 N. Alabama. 



40 



INDIANAPOLIS 




Constantly on hand at my Warerooms a good assortment of CAR- 
RIAGES of" every description. Also, make to order any 
Style called for, at short notice. 

E. m^mn spuii, i, of im mmi mosIj 

Indianapolis, Ind. 



■^ \ 



Bprrlian 




AND DEALERS IN 



MEADY MAPE €L.OTei]¥G, 



RUNKS AND VALISES, 
No. 41 East Washingten Street; 



CITY DIRECTORY. 41 



Booktei" G-eo., weaver, res. cor. California, and Maryland. 

Boon Daniel, (col.,) teamster, res. 97 Massachusetts ave. 

Boots D. S., traveling ag6nt, res. 44 Pennsylvania. 

Borgman Frederick, laborer, res. 190 N. Davidson. 

Bornorden Charles, laborer, res. Fletcher's add. 

Borst Frederick, (Ponder & B.,) 15 Indiana ave. 

Boston James, (col.,) barber, bds. Macy House. 

Bott Frederick J., clerk, bds. 109 E. Washington. . 

BOTT HENPtY, Union Saloon and billiards, 109 E. Wash- 
ington. 

BOUCHET ED., dyeing and scouring, 174 W. Washington, 
res. same . 

Bouvgheart Watson, laborer, 189 N. New Jersey. 

Boury Adrain, tinner, res. 153 N. Liberty. 

Bovard James, livery, res. 18 W. Ohio. 

Bow Benjamin, blacksmith, bds. Meridian. 

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

Bowles Geo. A., clerk Wm. Y. Wiley, bds. Mrs. Smith. 

BOWLES THOS. H., attorney at "law and notary public, 
office 10 E.Washington, bds. Bates House. 

Bowman A., clerk H. A. Fletcher & Co., bds. 50 W. Ver- 
mont. 

Bowman Miss E. W., teacher Indiana Institute for the Edu- 
cation of the Blind. 

Bowman Henrj', brick moulder, res. 74 S. Noble. 

Bowroff Samuel, baggage master L. and I. Railroad, bds. 
American House. 

BOYD DAVID M., salesman patent rights, r^s. 37 S. Mer- 
idian. 

Boyd E. C, clerk post office, bds. 21 S. Delaware. 

Bovd John, clerk Carlisle & Dixon. 

BOYD JOSEPH F., general ticket agent Bellefontaine 
Eailroad, office cor. Meridian and Louisiana, bds. Bates 
House. 

BOYD J. T., physician, cor. Meridian and Maryland, res. 
12 Indiana ave. 

Boyer Martin, fruit stand, cor. Pennsylvania and Washing- 
ton, res. Noble. 

Boyles Michael W., clerk J. C. Yohn, bds. 22 Virginia ave. 

Boykink Christ, dravman, Union. 

BRACKEN CAPT. "JAMES Pv., local editor Indiana State 
Sentinel, res. 128 N. Alabama. 

Badehope Dfetrich, teamster, res. 115 E. New York. 

Brademier Christ, laborer, 113 E. South. 

Brademier Frederick J., teamster, 69 N. Spring. 

Brademier Henry, saloon, 312 Virginia ave. 

BR ADEN DAVID, dealer in agricultural implements, 84 
W. Washington, res. 208 N. Illinois. 



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C. lSrE"\\^ COMER'S 
i\(l. ID W, WASIil,\GTOrST., 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 




Warm Meals at all Hours. Choice Wines, 
^ -^ Liqiiors and Cigars always on hand. 




0. 28 East Wasliiiigton St., 



Z. LICHTENHEIN & SON, 

Importers and Manufacturers, and 

WHOLESALE DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF 

Cigars and Leaf Tobaee® 

Mt>. 85 EAST WASeiMCJTOM ^TMEET, 

Nearly Opposite the Court House, INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 

Orders for any kind of Cigars executed at the shortest notice. 

KfJ8€fiMAUFT & IIAI.^5 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN FINE 



.^Iso, Rectified "Wliislvy, 

HO. 82 EAST VrtSHIHGTOH STBEET, 

Indianapolis, Indiana. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 



43 



Bradon William, (Sheets & B.,) bds. Palmer House. 

BEADLEY J. & J., dry goods and groceries, &c., 81 E. 
Washiugtou. 

Bradley James W., (J. & J. B.,) bds. 78 S. Tennsylvania. 

Bradley Jeptha W., (J. & J. B.,) res. 78 S. Pennsylvania. 

BEADLEY JOHN H., Superintendent Columbus and Piqua 
E. E., res. 69 JS". Pennsylvania. 

Brado Charles, grocer, cor. North and N. Alabama, res. cor. 
Ohio and East. 

Brado Thomas, grocer, res. 134 E. Ohio. 

BEADSHAW & GLAZIEE, produce and commission mer- 
chants, IG Meridian, cor. Pearl. 

BEADSHAW J. & J., groceries and provisions, 25 W. W^ash- 
ington. 

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

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

Bradshaw Oliver L., machinist, bds. 46 S. Noble. 

Bradshaw Wm. A., (B. & Glazier,) res. 160 S. New Jersey. 

Bradshaw William, retired, res. 161 S. Alabama. 

Brady Patrick, hiborer, res. National Eoad. 

Braetoff Henr}", laborer, Union. 

BEAES PHILLIP, professor of languages and painting, 
17 Indiana ave. 

Bragunier AYilliam, teamster, bds. 142 E. New York. 

Bramwell John M., book keeper Eob't. Browning, res. 48 S. 
]\Iississi])pi. 

BEANCH OF THE BANK OF THE STATE OF IN- 
DIANA, N. E. cor. Washington and Meridian, George 
Tousey, president; C. S. Stevenson, cashier. 

Brandon John, res. 25 S. Georgia. 

Brandt Herman IL, telegraph operator I. & C. E. E., bds. 
Eay House. 

Branham John C, bds. 149 N. Delaware. 

Branham L., railroader, res. 91 S. Illinois. 

Branham Preston E., clerk L. Street & Bro.,bds. 91 S. Illi- 
nois. 

Branham John, res. Ohio, bet. Meridian and Pennsylvania. 

Bran nan Donald, laborer, res. 33 E. Market. 

Brannan John, porter Post Office, res 356 Yirginia ave. 

Brannan Patrick, porter American House. 

Braun Henr}-, bar keeper J. C. Brinckmeyer, 75 E. Wash- 
ington. 

Braun John, laborer, bds. Union House. 

Bray John S., carpenter and joiner, res. 149 N. West 

Brademeyer C, laborer. 105 E. South. 

Breh Leopold, baker, res. 102 E. New Y^ork. 

Bremmerman Caston, carriage maker, res. 42 E. Pratt. 

Bremmerman Fred., carriage maker, res. 115 N. Alabama. 



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INDIANAPOLIS 



HEDGES & HARLIN, 



THE ONLY RELIABLE 



O T T "Y^ 

BILL POSTERS 

Am OtSTRIBUTEHS, 

Will attend to the posting and distributing of 

Bills, Circulars, Cards, ic. 



Concerts, Panoramas, Minstrels, 

Railroads, Steamboats, Hotels, 

Merchants, Sales^ fee. 

Orders sent by Mail or Express to cur office will 
receive prompt and careful attention. 

OFFICE: 

S^IITI 



INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 



45 



Bi-cnck Frederick, teamster, res. 184 E. Vermont. 

BKENKER AUGUST, groceries and provisions, 94 E. ^^ew 
York 

Brenker William, cooper, 169 IS". Xew Jersey. 

Brensill Ileniy, laborer. JM.adison ave. 

Bretney AVilliam, butcher, 58 W. Louisiana. 

BEETZ ADAM, groceries and provisions, cor. Illinois and 
Louisiana, res. 60 S. Illinois. 

BREWNIG EEV. GEOiiGE A., (Ger. Meth..) res. Univer- 
sity ave. 

BEEUNINER AUGUSTUS, groceries and provisions, 168 
Virginia ave. 

Brick Daniel, laborer, 14 S. Georgia. 

Bricket Mrs. E. A., res. 135 W. Market. 

Bridge Albert R., turner Osgood, Smith & Co., bds. Pyle 
House. 

Brigham Charles E., comj)ositor Locomotive Office, bds. 69 
W. South. 

Briggs Charles II., clerk, bds. 30 S. Illinois. 

Briggs George, carpenter, bds. 72 W. Mainland. 

Brigg-s James, butcher, res. 152 JST. Mississippi. 

Bright Amos L., printer, bds. 27 Indiana ave. 

Bright Mrs. Eliza, boarding house, 27 Indiana ave. 

Bright Major, boarding, 27 Indiana ave. 

Brighton James, brick mason, 100 N. Tennessee. 

Brinckmeyer Frederick, laborer, res. 127 N. Davidson. 

Brinckmeyer George, clerk, res. 129 N, Davidson. 

Brinckmeyer John, sr., 152 N. Liberty. 

BRINCKMEYER JOHN, saloon keeper, res. 152 N. Lib- 
erty. 

BRINCKMEYER JOHN C, saloon, 75 E. Washington, res. 
same. 

Brinker William, cooper, res. 163 N. New Jersey. 

BRINKMAN & BUCKSOT, livery and boarding stable, 17 
S. Delaware. 

Brinkman Charles, (B. & Bucksot,) res. 67 N. New Jersey. 

Brinkman Frederick, carpenter, res. 191 N. Noble. 

Brinning Frederick, carpenter, res. 295 S. Delaware. 

Brison Miss Annie, tailoress, bds. 118 N. Alabama. 

Bristor Samuel M., carriage maker, res. 51 N. Delaware. 

Brodemeyer Charles, runner Little's Hotel. 

Brodemeyer Christian, laborer, 53 Union. 

Broden James, moulder, res. 119 E. New York. 

Broden John, millwright, res. 117 E. New York. 

Broden Michael J., printer Locomotive Office, res. 117 E. 
New York. 

Broden Patrick, moulder, res. 54 Benton. 

Broderick T. P., bar tender Bates House Saloon. 



46 



INDIANAPOLIS 



E. WERDEN & CO., 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

mu m mwEM. 

WALL AND WINDOW PAPERS, 

BiilF and Green Hollands, Curtain Fixtures, 

Our stock embraces everything in the School Book, Blank Book and 
Paper lines. We have also the largest stock of 

In the State, having bought out those who formerly kept them in the 
city. Merchants, Teachers, and all who wish to buy to sell again, will 
find it to their advantage to give us a call and examine our Goods, and 
also our Low Cash Prices. E. WERDEN & CO., 

Opposite Glenn's Block, Indianapolis, Ind. 



IMPOHT£]R OF 





\ East Was 

INDIANAPOLIS, fND. 



Street. 



ALSO MANUFACTyBEH mB iSALLI M Bimil^mi 



CITY DIRECTORY. 47 

BR0NS0:N' GEOEGH W., assistant teacher Commercial 
College, res. 50 S. Mississippi. 

Bronson Robert, joiner, bds. 31 Indiana ave. 

Brookman S., general business agent, bds. Tally House. 

BROOKS REV. A. L., (Presb.,) res. 89 E. Ohio. 

Brooks Bennet, carpenter, res. 175 N. Kew Jersey. 

Brooks Mrs. Hannah, res. 146 W. Market. 

Brother John, blacksmith, 3 Is. Koble, res. E. Washington, 
E. of Bates' City Mills. 

Brough George, butcher, res 32 N. Davidson. 

BROUGH JOHX, President and Superintendent I., P. & C. 
R. R.. office coV. Meridian and Louisiana. 

Brough John W., clerk B. R. R., office S. Meridian. 

BROUSE ANDREW & SONS, carpenters and builders, 5G 
E. New York. 

Brouse Andrew, (A. B. & Sons.) res. 60 E. New York. 

Brouse Charles W., salesman Tousey & Byram, bds. 38 E. 
Market. 

Brouse David. (A. B. & Sons.) bds. 60 E. New York. 

BROUSE REY. JOHN A., (Meth.) res. 38 E. Market. 

Brouse O. R., res. 38 E. Market. 

Brouse Thomas, (A. B. & Sons,) bds. 60 E. New York. 

Brower John, laborer, bds. 184 S. East. 

Brower Wm., res. 184 S. East. 

Brown Albert, laborer, res. 149 S. New Jeisey. 

BROWN C. F., Superintendent Indianapolis Gas Light & 
Coke Co., res. cor. Pennsylvania and Market. 

BROWN CLAY, physician, (jkce 23 S. Meridian, res. GQ N. 
Delaware. 

Brown Cyrus W., well digger, bds. 193 N. New Jersey. 

Brown Ernst, laborer, 168 N. Noble. 

Brown Frederick, body maker, res. 115 Alabama. 

Brown Geo. P. C, machinist, res. 167 N. Ahxbama. 

Brown Harry, baggage master J. & I. Railroad, bds. Ameri- 
can House. 

Brown Henry, bar tender, res. 13 N. Alabama. 

BROWN IGNATIUS, attorney at law and notary public, 
19^ E. Washington, res. 151 E. South. 

Brown"^James D., plasterer, res. 135 N. Alabama. 

BROWN JAMES T., traveling agent Indiana State Senti- 
nel Bindery, i-es. 66 N. Delaware. 

Brown Jason B., law student, McOuafs block, bds. Mrs. 
Smith. 

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

Brown J. W., clerk, B. R. R. office, res. 22 N. Meridian. 

BROWN REY. JOHN, (Christian,) res. 130 N. New Jersey. 

Brown John, plastei^er, res. 182 N. Liberty. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 



49 



Brown John, tinner, bds. eor. Aljvbamu and St. Clair. 

Brown John, carpenter, res. 231 W. Washington. 

Brown Jown G.. hiborcr, bds. 144 N. Now Jersey. 

BPiOWN JOHX L., patent right emporium, 12 S. Pcnu- 
S3'lvania, res. 227 N. Tennessee. 

Brown John W., baker}-, 150 N. New Jersc,y. 

Brown Jolm W., laborei', bds. 144 JST. New Jersey. 

Brown Mrs. Mar}', Garden, bet. Tennessee and Illinois. 

Brown wid. Mary, res. 150 S. Delaware. 

Brown Mrs. M. C., 144 N. New Jersey. 

Brown Phillip, laborer, bds. 144 N. New Jersey. 

Brown Phillip, lumber dealer, res. 275 Massachusetts ave. 

Brown Richard T., machinist, res. 46 N. East. 

BEOWN 11. T., Professor Natural Science, N. W. C. Uni- 
versity. 

Brown Samuel (col.,) eating saloon, cor. Tennessee and W. 
Washington. 

Brown Stephen, bds. 87 N. Pennsylvania. 

Brown AVillis, (col.,) farmer, IGO W. Georgia. 

Browning lulmund, bds. 88 Virginia ave. 

BROWNING GKO. T., wholesale grocer, 6 Bates House, 
res. 134 N. Tennessee. 

Browning M. IP, clerk, bds. E. Browning. 

BROWNING ROBERT, drugs and medicines, 22 W. Wash- 
ington, res. 102 N. Illinois. 

Browning Wood, clerk Robert Browning. 

Bruehman John, cigar maker C. C. Hunt. 

Brueggemann William, tailor, res. 192 E. Ohio. 

BRUENING E. & J., photographers and painters, G E. 
AYashington, up stairs. 

Bruening Edward, (E. & J. B.) 

Bruening Joseph, (E. & J. B.) 

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

Brummcr Charles, music teacher, res. 33 N. Alabama. 

BRUNDAGE E. C, general agent for G. W. Hawes. 

Brungcr James, weaver, bds. 91 Indiana ave. 

BRUNNER CHARLES, boots and shoes, 38 W. Washing- 
ton, res. 112 S. New Jersey. 

Brvan Jerry, tinner, res. 4 N. New Jersey. 

BRYANT ALEXANDER C, general freight agent B. R. R., 
res. 105 S. New Jersey. 

Brvant Benjamin, surveyor and insurance agent, res. Ill 
" W. South. 

Brvant B. F., salesman New York store. 

BRYANT'S COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, Thomas J. Bry- 
ant, principal, Ramsay's block, S. Illinois. 

BRYANT JAM1^:S R., State Librarian, office State House, 
res. Ill W. South. 
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11. A. ALLEN. WM. HINESLEY. 

ALLEN & HINESLEY, 



PEARL ST., REAR OF PALMER HOUSE, 

S.lJPI/lI^^APOLI^, IMP. 



LIVERIES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION ALWAYS IN 
READINESS. 



B. 11. McCORD. ^VM. M. WIIEATLEY. 

McCOKD & WHEATLEY, 

DHALEKS IN ALL K'NDS OF 




1 &''''^ ****- ^.y. *»;,..-. 
YARD, NO. 119 SOUTH DELAWARE STREET, 

S. of Indianapolis & Cincinnati R. R. Depot, 



J5@" Cash paid for Lumber, Lath and Shingles. Casli 
orders filled promptly. 



E. WALLINGFOKD. 



G. VT. McCUilDY. 
'5 



DEALERS IN 




OHO-H&il 



■J 



61 East Wasliiiigtoii St., opposite Tousey & Byram's, 

••. 

JI7P Also, .ilways on liand, all kinds of Stoves, Mattresses, Bedding, etc. Cash paid 
for old Furniture. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 



51 



Bryant JMcCluro 11., painter, bds 111 W. South. 

BllYANT THOMAS J., print-iptil Bryant's Commercial 

Colle,ii:c, cor. ^Maryland and Illinois. 
Bryant ^Vashington L., ut Brj'ant's Commercial College. 
Bryns Patrick, 3 Willard. 
Buciianan A., peddler, res. 218 S. Alabama. 
Buehanan Cyrus F., carpenter, res. 14 S. West. 
Buciianan Ceorge W., carpenter, res. 83 S. East. 
Buchanan Ignatius, laborer, res. 218 S. Alabyraa. 
Buchanan James M., (Richman & B.,) res. E. Washington, 

bet. J.,ibert3' and Noble. 
Buchanan John, teamster, res. N. West. 
Buchanan Thomas, res. 262 E. Washington. 
Buclie Frederick, boot and shoe maker, 93 S. Illinois, res. 

Delaware, bet. South and Louisiana. 
Buck Christian, carpenter, 1-40 N. Alabama. 
Buck Clark, moulder, bds. National Hotel. 
Bucker John, marble polisher, res. 57 E. St. Joseph. 
Buckley John, brakeman I. &, C. E. li., res. alley, bet. Ohio 

and New York. 
Buckley Timothy, laborer, res. 22 S. Liberty, 
liuckhart Jackson, ice dealer, res. 1-tG N. Mississippi. 
Buckingham Charles, chair maker, bds. 79 S. Illinois. 
Bucksot William, (Brinkman & B.,) res. 84 E. Market. 
Budd Milton, brick maker, res. N. Winston. 
Baddenbaum Henry, carpenter, res. 206 E. Ohio. 
Budence Henry, tailor, 158 Wahsington, res. 190 Pennsyl- 
vania. 
Buechcr Frederick, blacksmith, bds. near I. & C. R. R. car 

shops. 
BUEIIRIG HENRY F., proprietor Farmers' Hotel. 
Buehrig William, bell-boy Fai-mers" Hotel. 
BUELL CHESTER IL, patent medicine, 5 N. Meridian, 

res. 151 N. Pennsylvania. 
Buff Louis, cleric Moritz & Bro., bds. Farmers' Hotel. 
Bugby L. M., (B. & Smithers,) res. Michigan Road. 
BUG BY & SMITHERS, State soap and candle works, office 

9 W. Washington. 
Bugg Nathan, (col.,) cook Bates House. 
Buhnegal Frederick, baker, bds. 134 S. Illinois. 
Buhring Charles, boot and shoe maker, 176 E. Washington, 

res. same. 
BUIST THO.MAS, dealer in hardware, stoves and iron, 70 

W. AVashington, res. 156 N. Tennessee. 
BuUen W. S., carriage trimmer, res. 92 N. East. 
Bullard Charles G., ^'abinet finisher, res. 35 Ilosbrook. 
BULLARD TALBOT, physician and surgeon, office 23 S. 

Meridian, res. 87 E. Ohio. 



INDIANAPOLIS 




;kVM 



<^, 



No. 30 West Washington street, 

N. S. Tempera' ceHslI, under Hill's Hat Store, 
INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 



liliXKS, WL1SEU\D!ES' mm BOXES, CUil'ET B.\GS&C. 

"WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 
Trunks made to order. Trunks repaired on fair and reasonable terms. 



SAMUEL DKT.ZELL.) 
Conveyancer, j 



j FRANCIS SMITH. 

[ Attorrey at I. i\v aud Notary Fubl.c 



DELZELL & SMITH, 

Solicit the patronage of their friemls in all kinds of Business con- 
nected wit*! a jjf^neral 

Mr. Smith will Practice Law as Formerly, 

In any of the Courts of this State. 

Office, TsTo. 37 East "Washington St., 

SECOND DOOR EAS C OF GLEXNS' BLOCK- 



We would say, that, having no property of our own to sell or rent, we 

will give our whole attention to the interest of business put under 

our care. We do not expect pay witliout fully earning it. 



CONNER & EISliBACK, 



College Hall Bnilding. cor. Washington & Penn. Sts., 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 



Hair Cutting, Shaving & Shampooing Saloon, 

OPPOSITE UNION DEPOT, INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 53 



Bullard W. E., physician with Dr. T. Bullard. 

Bumbargcr David, res. 207 Indiana ave. 

Buudy John, carpenter, 15G E. New York. 

Bunte John, carpenter, res. New York, bet. Libery and 
Noble. 

Bunty William, wagon maker, res. 13G East. 

Biird James, laborer, 2GlI Bailroad. 

Burdgledink Ilermon, cabinet maker, bds. John Jones. 

Barges Cornelius N., printer, res. 112 N. East. 

Bui-gess Lloyd A., saddler, res. 89 E. Market. 

BUiiGTOlJF FIJEDEIUCK, undertaker and cabinet ma- 
ker, 12U E. Washington, res. same. 

Burk Elisha, well digger, res. 141 N. West. 

Burk George, carpenter, res. 133 S. Tennessee. 

Bark Henry, stone mason, res. 27-4 S. Delaware. 

BUPtK JOHN, coal dealer, res. 148 N. Tennessee. 

Burk WilliauT C, bds. 148 N. Tennessee. 

Burk William, pattern maker, res. 44 Pennsylvania. 

Burke H., currier, bds. Meridian Saloon. 

Burks James M., painter, res. 279 S. Delaware. 

Burmer Andrew, res. Elizabeth. 

Burnani George, lime dealer, Central Depot, bds. Pyle 
House. 

Burnett J., teamster, res. corporation line, bet. Nev/ Jersey 
and Alabama. 

Burns James, laborer, res. 46 Massachusetts ave. 

Burns John, blacksmith, bds. E. Market, bet. Noble and 
Davidson. 

Burr William, clerk Boston Store, bds. Mrs. Kinder. 

BUPROWS G. W., auction and commission, G W. Wash- 
ington, res. cor. New York and Spring. 

Burt Gabriel, (col.,) res. N. West. 

Burton G. H., cooper, res. 78 N. Mississippi. 

Burton John C, res. 221 N. New Jersey. 

Burton Martin, laborer, res. 219 N. New Jersey. 

BUSCH CHPJSTIAN, dealer in boots and shoes, 138 W. 
Washington. 

BUSCIIER & CO., dealers in foreign and domestic liquors, 
140 W. Washington. 

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

i?uscher Henry, liquor store, res. 14 S. Alabama. 

Baser Geo., switch tender on T. II. and E. Eailroad, bds. 
Tally House, S. Illinois. 

Buser Samuel, engineer Bellefontaine Eailroad, bds. Tally 
House. 

BUSH JACOB, City Bowling Saloon, 213 E. Washington, 
res. 246 E. Washington. 

Bushman AViiliam, clerk, bds. 247 N. New Jersey. 



54 INDIANAPOLIS 



E , 

Manufacturers find Wliolesnlo s\nJ Ret:iil 
Dealers in all kinds of 





Sale Room, 73 West Washington St., 

INOIANAPOT^IS, INO. 

MONTOOMERYS^ 



W asliingtoii Hall, adjoining Metropolitan Tlieatre, 



Tv/eivc Marble Top Billiard Tables, with Phelan's Pa- 
tent Combination Cushions. 



T. B. OSGOOD, 

oiiSE, ^ign aii^ Drnamcnial 

PAII\TEI1, GLAZIEII. <&C.9 
Kentucky ^ven\"ie, 

FOURTH DOOR EOUTII OF McOUAT'S NEW BLOCK. 

tMDlA'.JAPOUS. mP. 

EOOAR RARKER, 

From New York, keeps on hind a large assjitmei;t of 

\m, umu mu uUn iSltmSLo, 

COMBS, BRUSHES, CHILDBED'S CAPS, 

Carriap:cs, etc., Valises, Traveling Bags, Peifumery and Fancy Goods of 
all kinds, Scissors, Table Knives, Pocket Cuilery and llazors, 

I^adies' Heticules, &c.. 
17 S. Illinois St., one Square S. of tlie Palmer House, 



CITY DIRECTORY. 55 



Busbworth Gfeorge, res. 162 Indiana ave. 

EUSSELL E, T., president White Eiver Valley Insurance 
Co., 2 Glenns' Block. 

BUSSBLL DR. E. T., solicitor of patents, res. 19 S. Mis- 
sissipjii. 

BUSSEY JOHX, Verandah Saloon and billiards, 38 Louisi- 
ana, res. same. 

Buster Samuel M., carriage maker, 38 Kcntuck}* ave , res. 
51 X. Delaware. 

Buswel John, carpenter, N. W. cor. Ohio and Delaware. 

Butler George, clerk Billiard Saloon, bds. American House. 

Butler Mrs. Margaret, res. lU N. Alabama. 

BUTLER OVID, res. E. Forest Home ave. 

BUTSCII GEO M., grocer, 173 S. Delaware, res. same. 

Butsch P., laborer, res. 73 S. Illinois. 

BUTSCH VALENTINE, dealer in lime, coal and cement, 
N. of the M. and I. Railroad Depot, res. 24 South. 

Butscha Jacob, laborer, res. 36 Union. 

Butterfi^^ld C. S.. printer Journal office, bds. Tully House. 

Buttertield J. W., pressman Atlas office, res. 67 N. New 
Jersey. 

Buttertield M., patentee, res. 176. N. East. 

Butts Joel ii., shoemaker, res. 269 Massachusetts ave. 

Butts M. R., student N. W. C. University, bds. 149 N. East. 

Buzzard John, baker, res. 165 S. Delaware. 

Byer Jacob, tailor J. & P. Gramling. 

Byggs L. C, conductor P. and I. Railroad, bds. American 
House. 

Byram N. S., (TOUSEY & B.,) res. 119 N. N. Jersey. 

Byrd Abram, res. 95 N. Illinois. 

BYRKET & BRAM, planing mill, sash, doors, and carpen- 
ters, 60 S. Tennessee. 

Byrkit Martin, (B. & Beam,) res. 63 S. Tennessee. 

Byrkit Philip, carpenter, res. 81 N. New Jersey. 

Byrkit Socrates, engraver Jno. Fahnestock, bds. 81 N. New 
Jersey. 

€ 

Cady Mrs. Abba A., res. 4 Circle. 
Cahill Dudle3% carpenter, 139 New York. 
CahillHu--h, weaver, 239 \V. Wa^hino-ton. 
Cahill John, carder, bds. 239 W. Washington. ■ 
Cahill Michael, laborer. 232 E. Washington. 
Cahill John, laborer, bds. 232 E. Washington. 
Cain Geor2:e W., bookbinder, bds. 135 W. Market. 
CAIN JOHN. Exchange and Loan office, 8^ E. Washing- 
ton, res. 49 S. Maryland. 



56 



INDIANAPOLIS 



T. M. ISriCHOLS. 




No. 24 Meridian Street, 

tt\.tntAivtACint t?5 ttvtri 



L l_. FRANKEM, 

WORKER IN 

i,€»i)i)cr,Ziiicf 

NO. 9 SOUTH-EAST DIAGONAL, 



Keeps constantly on liand <a good supply of Tin nml Copper Ware. Par- 
ticular attention paid to Tin Roofing. Gutteting, die. 
Prices moderate, satisfaction guaranteed. 

JOHiSr K^LOll, 

^cramittDiiotinii Carriages 

TO AND FROM THE DEPOTS AT ALL HOURS, 

ALSO ATTENDS T ) 

PIRTJES, FyWERAiS, &S., 

All Orders left at Allen & Hinesley's Livery Stable will be 
attended to. Residence No 66 W. Vermont St. 

FA!ill!S'l1IKilVEK!i'IIOTEL 

West Washington Street, Indianapolis, Ind. 
J. W, HARRIS, - - - PROPKIETOR. 

Bgg" In connection with this House there is a o;ood brick 
Stable and Wa2:on Yard, clean Bods and comfortable Rooms 
for movers. Also, connected with this House is a Saloon 
and first class Eestaurant. Meals at all hours. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 



57 



Cain Micliiiel, laborer, res. 177 S. New Jersey. 

Caldhoft" Henry, laliorer, res. 141 N. Liberty. 

CuUhvell James, blaeksmiih, 201 S. Pennsylvania. 

CALIFORNIA llOUSK, loG S. Illinois. 

Call Lewis, tailor, res. 206 N. Alabama, 

Call Louis, tailor, res. 69 N. Alabama. 

Callahan Dennis O., res. alle}', bet. Ohio and New York. 

Callahan Jeremiah, shoemaker, bds. 27 Ellsworth. 

Callahan John P., cabinet maker, res. 255 S. Delaware. 

Callahan Michael, res. 176 S. Alabama. 

Callahan Michael, laborer, 23 St. George. 

Calmyer Henry, boot and shoe maker, res. 155 S. Alabama. 

Calvin Joseph, painter, res. 133 N. Davidson. 

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

CAMERON WM. S., job printing, 8 E. Pearl, res. IIG N. 

Alabama. 
Campbell Andrew, tailor, res. Georgia, bet. Canal and 

West. 
CAMPBELL W. II. & BEO., bookbinders and blank book 

manufacturers, 37 E. Washington. 
Campbell Charles, res. 2 North. 
Camjibell C. C, U. S. Peceiver, McOuaf s Block, res. cor. 

Meridian and North. 
Campbell Noah N., (W. H. C. & Bro.,) 92 N'. New York. 
Campbell Samuel, messenger Branch Banking Co., bds. 

Pyle House. 
Campbell Samuel L., bookbinder, bds. 2 W. North, cor. 

JMeridian. 
Campbell Thomas, bookbinder, res. N. Meridian. 
Campbell Wm. II., clerk post office, res. 102 N. Pennsyl- 
vania. 
Campbell William II., (W. II. C. & Bro..) res. 102 N. Penn- 

svlvania. 
CAMPBELL WILLIAM L., clerk Sinking Eund, bds. GO 

N. Alabama. 
Campbell William, sr., bds. 102 N. Penns3-lvania. 
Cane Dennis, blacksmith, cor. Georgia and Benton. 
Cantrill Daniel M., compositor, bds. N. Tennessee. 
Cantwell Zvlichael, pattern maker, res. 61 N. Spi'ing. 
CAR] CO J. M., grocery and provision store, cor. Tennessee 

and Indiana ave, res. same. 

Carl Mrs. , res. 74 W. Michigan. 

Carle William 11.. res. South. 

CAPLISLE & DIXON, grocery and feed store, 208 W. 

Washington. 
Carlisle Daniel W., clerk I. C. Railroad Depot, res. 55 N. 

Meridian. 
Carlisle Hamilton, res. N. of Carlisle, S. old mill. 



58 



INDIANAPOLIS 



M. FITZGIBBON. 

iVI. FITZGIBB 



A. A. HAMMONP. 



Ah4 



OPPOSITE UNION DEPOT, 

I?^nTAXAPOI.TS, INO. 

IGGINS & C1IANDLER\S 



TIC 



MANUFACTUREltS OF 



Sugar Mills, Threshers, Ptcnpcrs, Portable Saw Mills, and 
all kinds of Fomulry Tools, Castings, &c. 

No. 2«2 W. Wasliiiij^^ton St., - - - Indianapolis, 

Job Work of all kinds proraptly attended to. 



n. C. & T). I^. STOUT, 



■\VIIOI.KSALR AND UKTAIL 



AND di:ai-kus in 



Foreign and Dnnicslic Fruits, Nuts, etc., 

46 E. WASHINGTON ST., INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 

TTiGiTEST Pjuck Paid fok Coumkv Produce and Furs. 

JOSEPH PARISETTjiJ, 



North Illinois St., nearly opp. the Bates House, 
INL)rANAPOI_.IS, IND. 

All kinds of Confectionery, and latest styles of Wedding 
Cakes made to order. Also, Manufacturer of Soda Water. 
I am prepared to furnish public or private houses -with Ice. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 59 



Carlisle John, (C. Sc Dixon.) res. 204 W. Washington. 

CAR.MICirAEL JE.SSE D., proprietor Palmer House, cor. 
Illinois and Washington. ^ 

Carney John, gas fitter, res. 131 S. Alabania. 

Carpenter John B., engineer M. and I. Railroad, res. 71 
Merrill. 

Carr Eugene, clei-k, bds. 245 S. Delaware. 

Carr George, fireman I. C. Railroad, bds. Davidson. 

Carr Henry, laborer, res. 1G6 JST. East. 

Carr Owen J., moulder, res. 264 S. Delaware. 

Carroll H., res. N. West. 

Carroll Mrs. Micliael, res. IST. West. 

Carroll Patrick, res. 241 S. Pennsjdvania. 

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

Carter Charles F., carpenter, bds. E. Knight. 

Cartcv E. B., carpenter, res. 98 W. Maryland. 

Carter George, student N. W. C. University, bds. E. Clarke. 

Carter Henry C, carpenter, Georgia, W. of Canal. 

Carter Hugh F., carpenter, res. cor. W. Georgia and Mis- 
souri. 

Carter John, res. 147 N. Delaware. 

Carter Joshua, carpenter, bds. 98 W. Maryland. 

Carter William, porter Gait House. 

Cartright Thomas, res. at State Fair Ground. 

Case David H.. carpenter, G4 Louisiana. 

Case D. H., engineer, bds. cor. New York and Noble. 

Case John B., engineer, res. 79 N. Noble. 

Case John L., engineer, res. 250 E. Washington. 

Cassady Isaac N^, trader, 14 N. West. 

Casselberry Mrs. M., dress maker, bds. 181 Massachusetts 
ave. 

Cathcart Andrew, res. 1G2 S. New Jersey. 

Cathcart Robert, clerk Merrill & Co.. bds. A. Cathcart. 

Cathing Edward, house mover, W. Maryland. 

Catterson A., grocer, 147 S. Alabama. 

Catterson Cyrus W., carpenter, res. 91 N. Meridian. 

Catterson Henry, harness maker, bds. 89 E. Market. 

Catterson James B., farmer, 241 Indiana avo. 

Catterson James W., 07 S. Pennsylvania. 

Catterson Robert F., tinner, bds. Palmer House. 

Caufman Jacob, carpenter, 173 S. New Jersey. 

Cautt Geo., shoemaker, 2G0 S. Delaware. 

Cavanaugh Matthias, laborer, res. S. Missouri. 

CAVEN JOHN, attorney and counselor at law, over 19 
E. Washington, bds. Bates House. 

Cawdell Dr. , res 180 S. Penns^dvania. 

Cajdor Jacob, butcher, res. 125 E. i\larket. 

Caylor Otho, butcher, res. 125 E. Market. 



GO 



INDIANAPOLIS 



WM. II AN LIN. 



TIIOS. BARNITT. 



HANLIN & BARNITT, 

SUCCESSOES TO WM. HOFFITT, 




172 EAST WASHINGTON ST, 

OPPOSITE LITTLE'3 HOTEL, 



DEALERS IN 




Biiip aiilr 




Com]>rising everything usually kept in Drug Stores. Every 
Article warranted as represented and offered at 
Prices to suit the Times. Particular at- 
tention paid to 

PMYSISJANS' FRESORlPflSr^S, 

Which will always be prepared with the greatest care, and 
from the best Material. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 61 



Chiillan Ja3. E., professor of English language N. W. C, 
University. 

Chnuibers Abraham, engineer, res. 152 IST. Meridian. 

Chambers Caleb S., salesman, bds. Macy House. 

Champion Win., newspaper agent, res. 152 N. New York. 

Chanley Thomas E., res. 258 VV. Washington. 

Chanley ^yilh•am G., res. 258 W. Washington. 

Chapin Sewell, broom maker, res. G9 Maryland. 

Cha])man I). C, painter, bds. TuU}^ House. 

CHAPMAN G-EORCfK H., attorney at law and notary 
public. College Hall, E. Washington, res. ^2 N. Me- 
ridian. 

Chapman V^illiam, moulder, bds. 258 S. Delaware. 

Charles John, res. 102 N. Meridian. 

Charles John P., agent Pennsylvania Central Eailroad, res. 
91 W. Maryland. 

(yharles Thomas, hacknian, 75 S. Georgia. 

Chase Fred, carpenter, res. 215 S. Delaware. 

Chase James, conductor Bellefontaine Eailroad, res. 2o5 S. 
De hi ware. 

Chase Joseph, switchman M. & I. Railroad, res. 223 S. Dela- 
ware. 

Cheney Joel, machinist, bds. E. Louisiana. 

Cherry Thomas 11., clerk Tousey & Byram, 3G E. Market. 

Cherry Wm. B., tinner, bds. Massachusetts avc., bet. Ten- 
nessee and Delaware. 

CHESTER A. A., stair builder, cor. Pennsylvania and 
Union, res. 23 S. Liberty. 

CHILDERS JOHN P., pftmp maker, res. 151 S. Noble. 

CUiilders Mrs. Lavina, washer woman, res. 257 S. Delaware. 

Chi])man L., clerk B. F. Tuttle, res. 132 N. Tennessee. 

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

Cholett Henry I., .speculator, res. 22 N. Mississippi. 

Choudler Thos. E., res. 258 W. Washington. 

Choudler W. C, carpenter, res. 258 W. Washington. 

Christie Albert, carpenter, res. 87 S. Illinois. 

CHRISTIE SAMUEL K., foreman Sentinel newspaj^er 
office, res. Capital House. 

Chuppel Hermon, at B. F. Tuttle, bds. Macy House. 

CHURCH A. B., author of Church's Simj^lified Book-Keep- 
ing, bds. Alvord's Block. 

Churcliman F. M., clerk Fletcher's Bank, res. 8 Yj. Michi- 
gan. 

CINCINNATI HOUSE, Delaware, bet. South and Louisi- 
ana. 

Circhoff Frederick, Union. 

CITIZENS' LIVERY STABLE, William Wilkison, pro- 
prietor, 10 Pearl. 



G2 



INDIANAPOLIS 




1 



lllw If 



M. U W. Wasliiugtoii St., 



INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 



CLEMENS Vi 



EGUT, 



DEALER IN 




11 ffi^i rn] 







.^'ll 






IN'O. 142 EAST WASHINGTOiN STREET, 

One Square East of the Court House, 



Ii\B!AI\APOLlS, IIVD. 



>rders by letter will roceivo promjit attentioti. Cash 
paid for Hides. 



CITV DIRECTOIir. G3 



City Greys' Armory, 2i^- E. Washington, up stairs. 

Ciiy (jiiards' Arniury. ^Etna Building;-, 14 N. Pennsj-lvunia. 

Cli'Y ilAUD\VARl^\sT01{E, xV. i). Wood, proprietor, 12 

W. Washington. 
Claffey Mrs. Ellen, UU E. McCarty. 
CUincy Josi'pli, at Ilollini^ Mill, bds. 181 S. Tennessee. 
Chudv A. M., res. 1G4 W. N. York. 
Clark Absalom, res. 95 W. Market. 
CLAKK EDMUND, president Indiana and Illinois Central 

IJailroad. G4 E. North. 
Clark llamton, earpcnter, res. 158 W. Vermont. 
Clark Hugh, carriage maker, res. 49 N. New Jersey. 
Clark James B., tailor, res. 95 W. Vermont. 
Clark iieiiben, carpenter, res. 152 W. Michigan. 
Clark Stephen A., carriage maker, N. Pennsj'lvania, bds. 

lUi) N. New Jei-sey. 
Clark W. T., clerk Bellefontaine Eailroad office, bds. Mrs. 

Kinder's. 
Clarke Alfred D., salesman Stewart &. Bowen, bds. 1G4 AV. 

New York. 
Clarke John N., book-keeper AVitness office, bds. N. E, cor. 

Vermont and Meritlian. 
CLAKKE PvEV. MiNOJi G., editor of the Witness, res. 

N. E. cor. Vermont and Mei-idian. 
Clarridge Daniel, plasterer, res. 59 N. Mississippi. 
Cleaver Jefferson, brick mason, res. alley, bet. Ohio and 

New York. 
Cleaver John, brick mason, res. 170 N. New Jersey. 
Cleary Patrick, res. Fletcher's addition. 
Clear}- Patrick, porter Bates House. 
CLEM A. & BKO., grocery, 118 Virginia ave. 
Clem Aaron, (A. C. k Bro.,) res. 86 S'. East. 
Clem Frederick, bi-ewcr, bds. 135 W. Maryland. 
Clem Wm. F., (A. C. & Bro.,) res. 110 N. Alabama. 
Cleveland William, (Kile, Cleveland <t Co..) res. 123 N. 

Delaware. 
Clifton Joseph B.. foreman Patterson's livery stable, res. 73 

S. Tennessee. 
Cline llenry, res. 120 Vi. New York. 
Cline Joel, carpenter, res. IGG S. Alabama. 
Cline William, carpenter, res. 104 McCart}'. 
Ciines Peter, teamstei', res. in Drake & Mayhcw's. add. 
Clinton J. II., student JIayden's (College. 
Clinton John, blacksmith I. and C. machine shop, res. 149 

A'irginia ave. 
Clinton Wharton, blacksmith, 252 E. Washington, res. 32 

Georgia. 
Cobal George R., carpenter, James, near Indiana ave. 



G4 INDIANAPOLIS 






Ji^Dbiicc 1^ Cmunu55ioH |lcrf |)ant 

DEALER IN 

factBired ToJ>ac€o aasd €ig"ars, C>Ilas!«», 
WOODEN ANr> STONEWARE, 

Ih. 107 West Washington Street, opposite State House. 

l!0!! fl!!^ Cfltiiiissicii imist 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN 

Watches, Diamonds, Bracelets, Chains and Fine Gold JEW- 
ELRY ; also, a general assortment of Fancy Goods, 
Yankee Notions. India Eubher Goods, Portinonies, 
Soaps, Perfumery, Cutleiy, Hosiery, &c. 

No. 15 West Wasliingtoii Street, Iiuliaiiapolis, TsuL 

Tash arlv'iireii on cons't'nments. Dealei's surjiliei wiih;iny of the abuve Go;jds ut New 
York Jo'ohnig Pric. s. Sulrs at Auction mo ninf? ami evening. 

C. J. MYEUS. II. AVITTUOFT. 

i^YERS & WITTHOFT, 

3Ianuf.:cturers, Wholesale and Eetail De ilers in all kinds of 



Cnnsistin? in part of Cliairs, Tables, Bureaus, B^il .steads, Wa-h anfl AVorlc S^anrls, 
Cane anil \V'"0(1 sea Cha'rs an<l Rickers, in f,!ct every article nf Fur itu'e cal'el for, 
which \vc will jell as ciicap ls any oty er Ilou e in t'le city. CaU and examine for j o.irselv.s. 

Ware Hooms Wo 171 East Washington Street, two doors 
East of Little's Hotel Block, Indianapolis, Ind. 

XI VN. B. — Settees for Ila'ls and Churches kept on hand and made to order in n'jmliers 
to suit Also, Ri-pair ng and Job Work done to ( rder. 

ELLSWOIITII, COLLEY & 1I:^J)ST():nE, 
Counselors at Law and Solicitors of Patents, 

wo. 10 SOUTH MERIDIAN STREET, 



Attend to all cases in the Feder.ll, Supreme, Circuit, and other Courts 
for tlie State of Indiana, and to the Collection of Itobts; al.'^o, procure 
Piitents, Pensions, and prosecute any claims connected with the various 
departments of the General Government. 

N. B. — Competent Draughtsmen are connected with this oflic: , lo aid 
Inventors in their application. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 65 



Coburn Mrs. Ann, res. 159 N. Noble. 

Coburn Henry, (C. & Lingenfelter,) res. 47 N. Delaware. 

COBUEN & LINGENFELTER, groceries and provisions, 

lumber, &c., S. E. cor. Delaware and New York. 
Coburn James F., machinist, res. 72 E. Louisiana. 
COBURN JOHN, attorney at law, 15| E. Washington, res. 

GO B. Ohio. 
Coburn Mrs. Sarah, res. 47 N. Delaware. 
Coen John, boarding, 107 S. Tennessee. 
Coens Simeon, (col.,) cook Little's Hotel, res. 155 N. West. 
Coffin Alpheus, salesman Coffin & Morton, bds. Little's 

Hotel. 
Coffin Barnabas, (C. & Morton,) res. Economy. 
Coffin Eleaser, cigar maker, res. 21 S. George. 
Coffin Isaac, (Ketcham & C.,) res. 83 N. Meridian. 
Coffin & Morton, dry goods, &c., 3 Odd Fellows Hall. 
COFFIN NATHAN T., patent saws, E. of Union Depot, 

res. 239 S. Alabama. 
COFFMAN JACOB, carpenter, S. New Jersey, near Mer- 
rill, res. 171 S. New Jersey. 
Cogan Mrs. Mary, 64 Merrill. 
Colby Henry, (col.,) 156 Canal. 
Colb'urne William H., American Express messenger Belle- 

fontaine R. R., bds. Bates House. 
Cole David G., mail agent I. & C. R. R., res. 135 N. East. 
Cole Francis, bds. 14 N. New Jersey. 
Coleman (col.,) barber, bds. W. Michigan. 
Coleman Mrs., 27 Bluff Road. 
Coleman Mrs. Catharine, res. 168 E. Michigan. 
Coleman Martin, laborer, 175 S. New Jersey. 
Colestock Edward B., book binder, bds. 150 N Illinois. 
Colestock Ephriam, carpenter, res. 150 N. Illinois. 
Colestock Mrs. Hannah, res. 150 N. Illinois. 
Colestock Wesley S., carpenter, bds. 150 N. Illinois. 
Colgau Henry G., res. 27 E. Georgia. 
Colgan William, clerk Witness Office. 
Collaito T. C, painter, res. 154 N. New Jersey. 
Colley Edmond, bds. 164 N. New Jersey. 
Colley Sims A., (Ellsworth C. & Redstone,) res. 164 N. New 

Jersey. 
Colley J. G., saloon, res. 117 Maryland. 
Collins Cornelius, laborer, res. 100 E. Market. 
Collins Elisha J., carpenter, 205 N. Noble. 
Collins James, carpenter, les. 205 N. Noble. 
Collins John, laborer, res. North. 
Colterpcter William, tailor, 63 E. Washington. 
Comegys Levi, carpenter, 62 N. Delaware. 
"5 



66 



INDIANAPOLIS 



J. A. 



J I 



Manufacturer and Dealer in all kinds of 



Slietomg^S'moli 




ALSO FINE 



MEERSCHAUM PIPES, CIGAR CASE 

SNUFF AND TOBACCO BOXES, 

IMPORTER OF THE CHOICEST BRANDS OF 



1 






ml m 



II 



II PI i^ 
11 % 




All Goods "Warranted of the 
best Quality. Ordei'S prompt- 
ly attended to. 

J\o.:]Pjiliii'r House 



AND 



INDIANAPOLIS, IND, 



J. A. HEID 



DIRECT IMFOKTER 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN 




NO. 10 BATES HOUSE, 



iIii»iliSj iiiiiils 



CITY DIRECTORY. C7 



Compagne Louis, carpenter, bds. 200 N. Illinois. 

Conaty James B., manufacturer of bonnet blocks, bleacher 

and presser, 22 S. Illinois. 
Condell James, blacksmith B. E. E. Shop. 
Cones Eobert jS"., res. OS W. Michigan. 
Conklin Israel, conductor T. H. &"E. E. E., res. 85 S. New 

Jersey. 
Connard Charles, carpenter, bds. National Hotel. 
Connel Daniel, bds. California House. 
Council Dennis J., printer, bds. California House. 
Connelly George, boiler maker, S. Noble. 
Conner Alexander H., (C.;;& Fishback,) bds. Mrs. Dana. 
COISNEE & FISHBACK, attorneys at law, and notaries 

public, S. W. cor. Pennsylvania and Washington, up 

stairs. 
Conner Michael, laborer, Wabash, bet. New Jersey and 

East. 
Conner Morris, laborer, 38 S. Alabama. 
Conner Patrick, laborer, 98 E. Maryland. 
Conner Thomas, laborer, res. 210 S. Delaware. 
Connor Mark, laborer, res. 186 N. Tennessee. 
Connor 3Irs. Nannie, bds. 38 S. Alabama. 
Connoi-d C. P., (C. & Wentz,) bds. Alabama. 
CONNOED & WENTZ, bakers and confectioners, 114 W. 

Washington. 
Conroy Patrick, tailor, 6 "Willard. 
Center William, clerk G-alt House. 
Converse Joel, carpenter, res. 263 Massachusetts ave. 
Conwell Jerome B.. (Howard & C.,) res. 268 N. Illinois. 
CONZELMANN CONEAD, grocer, W. Washington. 
Conzelmann George, clerk C. Yonnegut, res. 142 E. "Wash- 
ington. 
Cook Charles, clerk G. lirug, bds. S. Liberty. 
Cook Miss E. A., tailoress, bds. 167 E. Ohio. 
Cook Fred., laborer, res. 36 S. Liberty. 
Cook Miss M. E., tailore.ss, bds. 167 E. Ohio. 
Cook Mrs. Mary, res. 20 N. Chattam. 
COOK M. E., house and sign painter, cor. Meridian and 

Maryland, res. 79 "VY. Maryland. 
Cook Jesse M., carpenter, res. 176 E. Ohio. 
Cook John M., student, bds. 44 N. Pennsylvania. 
COOK MES. JULIA, boarding, 44 N. Pennsylvania. 
Cook Eev. Peter S., (United Breth.,) res. 103 N. Noble. 
COOK EICHAED, butcher, 5 N. Illinois, res. 22 Indiana 

ave. 
COOK STEPHEN S., physician, office and res. 34 Ellsworth. 
Cook Thomas, laborer, res. 181 S. New Jersey. 
Cook William, (Koller & C.,) res. 38 S. Liberty. 



68 



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ill 
j\o. 22 Kentucky A\eime, Soulh of State Offices. 

Constantly on hand Chandeliers, Pendants, Brackets, Pillars and 
every description of Gas Fixtures. Shower and Plunge Paths, Sinks, 
Water Closets, Basins, &c., inserted in Buildings, and every other descrip- 
tion of -work entrusted to me in my line. All kinds of \Vell, Force, Lift 
and Cistern Pumps kept constantly on hand and put up on reasonable 

Jobbiriii? proinptly attended to. 

SPEi^CEM & SOCWELL., 

DEALERS IN 



No. 303 E. ^W^ashington St. 

Orders from the Country promptly filled and attended to. 



AST ST 



HENRY HAHN, Proprietor. 



This new and commodious House, situated on East street, 
near the Peru Depot, has been just opened, and affoi'ds 
every accommodation for travelers and boarders, at moder- 
ate charges. 



\MMtiS2 



(f%m^. 



ail 



No. 51 Blake's Row, West Washington Street, 



KEPAIRS NEATLY EXECUTED. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 69 



Cook John, machinist Washington Foundry. 

Cook Henry, brick mason, bds. N. Liberty. 

Coons J., res. 125 E. JSTew York. 

Coon Peter, (Perkins & C.,) res. 11 B. North. 

Cooney Dennis, laborer, res. UN. East. 

Cooper Mrs. Jane, res. Ill N. Meridian. 

Cooper John, machinist, res. 229 S. Delaware. 

Cooper John, (Biddle & C.,) res. 81 Alabama. 

Cooper Joshua, res. 81 N. Alabama. 

Cooper William 11., cooper, res. bet. Noble and Liberty. 

Copeland Frank, carpenter, bds. Alvord's Block, S. Penn- 
sylvania. 

Copeland Jesse, carj^enter and builder. 47 E. Market, res. 
92 E. Market. 

COPELAND JOSHUA W., bonnet bleacher and millinery, 
7 S. Meridian, res. Alvord's Block, S. Pennsylvania. 

Copeland S. P., clerk J. AY. Copeland. 

Corbaley Eobert C, teacher and student Bryant's Commer- 
cial College, bds. Mrs. Cook. 

COELISS C. T., physician, 53 Maryland. 

Corn Martin, currier John Fishback, res. New Jersej^, near 
Fort Wayne ave. 

Cornelius Cassius, plasterer, res. Duncan. 

Cornelius Mrs. Deborah, 237 S. Alabama. 

Cornelius Edward, teamster, res. 237 S. Alabama. 

Cornelius William, i-es. Duncan. 

Cornell Joseph, laborer, res. 52 Liberty. 

Corney John, laborer, res. 131 8. Alabama. 

Cortopetre Ernst, teamster, res. 180 vS. Alabama. 

Cortright Charles, E. E. engineer, bds. Little's Hotel. 

Cosby Eichard M., carpenter, 58 Huron. 

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

Costello John, shoemaker, 5 W. Washington, res. Blake's 
Building. 

Costen Henry, laborer, res. 130 E. North. 

COSTIGAN FEANCIS, architect and builder, Oriental 
House, S. Illinois. 

Costin Henry, (col.,) teamster, 130 E. North. 

Cottle James, ornamental painter, bds. Pennsylvania House. 

Cottman John A., cutter, res. 195 W. Vermont. 

COTTEELL & KNIGHT, coppersmiths, 94 S. Delaware. 

Cottrell John, coppersmith, res. 104 S. New Jersey. 

Cottrell Thomas (C. & Knight,) res. 102 S. New Jersey. 

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

COULON CHAELES, attorney at law, and justice of the 
peace, 97 E. Washington, res. Cumberland, opp. brewery. 

Covert Isaac, silver jDlater, 8J W. Washington, res 136 N. 
Alabama. 



70 



INDIANAPOLIS 




, Cor. Fifth & Walnut Sts. 



h 



3S;? 
^X^ 






The design of this Institution is to qualify individuals in 
a practical and thorough manner for the Counting Eooni 
and Business Pursuits. 

COURSE OF INSTRUCTION. 



00ii-|lfcj)ing h 




AS APPLIED TO EVERY DEPARTMENT OP TRADE. 

CA^LCULATIOI^S, 



,5 J^aUB* . Ci.B»HSa»BSV>!I«l J 

Including a regular Course of Lectures of the first impor- 
tance to the Business Student. 

fiiiiBV's m\ m oiiiG!i\L SYSTEM IIP wmmm 

IN DOUBLE ENTEY BOOK-KEEPING, 

Arranged especiallj'for this College, printed and copyrighted, 

by which is guaranteed to the Student a great saving 

of time and labor over all other methods extant. 



The Princij^al believing that a system of Instruction in 
Accounts of equal merit cannot be found in any similar 
Institution in the United States, challenges each and every 
coni2:)etitor to present any method combining the same ad- 
vantages in the acquisition of this science. 

Circulars can be obtained on aj^plication amjily sustain- 
ing the above statements. 



Terms for Full Course, 



JNO. GUNDEY, 
Principal. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 



Covert AVilliam T., eugineer Osgood, Smith & Co., res. cor. 
Union and Eay. 

COVmGTOX GEORGE B., agent Indianapolis Life In- 
surance Co., office 14: and 16 S. Meridian, res. 154 W. 
New York. 

COVINGTON JOHN B., assistant seci-etary Indianapolis 
Insurance Co., res. 15-i W. New York. 

COA^NGTON SAMUEL F., secretary Indianapolis In- 
surance Co., office 14 S. Meridian, res. 154 W. New 
York. 

Covington Mrs. Susan, res. 140 W. Market. 

Cowgill John, carpenter, 110 S. Noble. 

Cowles Dennis, laborer, 9 N. East. 

Cox Andrew J., (Weeks & C.,) res. 205 S. Alabama. 

COX CHARLES, tinware and stoves, 11 W. "Washington, 
res. 4o S. J\Jeridian. 

Cox Charles H., tinner C. Cox. 

Cox Henry C. carpenter, res. 184 W. Washington. 

COX JACOB, artist, 2 Blake's Building, res. 41 S. Meridian. 

Cox Mrs. Sophia, res. 148 W. Market. 

Cox William C, (Tomlinson &. C.,) res. 41 S. Meridian. 

Coyner Martin L., contractor, 20U E. St. Clair. 

Coyner Robert, clerk, bds. 149 N. Illinois. 

Crabb Ezra, carpenter, cor. Ohio and Tennessee. 

Craft Smith, blacksmith, res. 210 Indiana ave. 

Craft William H., watch maker C. A. Ferguson, res. 40 
New York. 

Craighead Mrs. Mary J., res. 18 W. Maryland. 

CralT A. B., (C. & Bros.,) bds. 71 Maryland. 

CRALL & BROS., grocers, 55 W. Washington, Blake's 
Commercial Row. 

Crall F. II., bds. Mrs. Lawton's. 

Crall II., (Crall & Bros.,) bds. 71 Maryland. 

Crall L. H., (C. & Bros.,) bds. Pyle House. 

Crane A. G., agent for New York House, bds. T. Park. 

Crane Dennis, runner Farmers' Hotel. 

CRANE E. C, agent for William N. Spinney, 10 W. Wash- 
ington, bds. 44 N. Pennsylvania. 

CRANE J. D., daguerrean artist, 19| W. Washington, res. 
Lafayette. 

Crane Worth, bds. Mrs. Kinder's. 

Crap Jonathan, showman, bds. 212 W. Washington. 

Crap William H., engraver John Fahnestock, bds. Pyle 
House. 

Crape John, butcher, res. 184 S. Delaware 

Crawford George, (col.,) barber, res. alley N. "West. 

Crawson Samuel, (col.,) wood sawyer, bds. Tennessee. 

Creashaver Sabastian, boiler maker, res. 231 S. Alabama. 



72 



INDIANAPOLIS 



MARTIN HUG 



ap 



oon, 



14 E. WASHINGTON ST, 

INDIAISIAPOLIS, IND. 




CHOICE 



IINlUIQUOil^MIG&IIS 

Oysters and Game in tlieir Season. 

WAEM MEALS AT ALL HOUES, 



II© k Harness Maker 

196 E. WASHINGTON ST., INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 



A good assortment of Saddles, Bridles and Whips always 
on hand. All Orders promptl}' attended to. 



Ifoiise, ^ign miis Ornamental 

T 



1311 Virg-iiiia ATeiiti€9 



CITY DIRECTORY. 73 



Creasser William, tanner, E. Washington, E. of Poguc's 

Run. 
Creasser William, butcher, res. 180 E. New York. 
Cremer Samuel, bds. 49 N. Alabama. 
Creschal Chas., tailor, res. 135 Liberty. 
Cressner Theodore, accountant W. Y. Wiley, res. 133 N. 

West. 
CEIQUI MICHAEL, clothier, 158 E. Washington, res. 173 

E. Ohio. 
Crockett Eobt., (col.,) grocery, res. N. Tennessee, bet. Illi- 
nois and Mississippi. 
Crockett William J., student Hayden's Commercial College, 

bds. Judge Morrison. 
Croas Ephriam, res. 280 Indiana ave. 
Cropsey J. E., cabinet maker, res. 62 Missouri. 
Crosier George, watchman Glenns' Block, 43 1 ennessee. 
Cross Henry, laborer, res. 1G6 N. East. 
CROSSLAND JACOB A., wholesale dry goods merchant, 

75 W. Washington, res. 75 N. Alabama. , 

Crowley Michael, waiter Bates House. 
Crowley Patrick, laborer, 39 McCarty. 
Crowle}^ Timothy, laborer, res. 120 N. Mississippi. 
Cruse Solomon, res. 72 E. Garden. 
CRYSTAL PALACE SALOON, Edward Beck, proprietor, 

44 W. Washington. 
Csheck Erederick, carpenter, res. 215 S. Delaware. 
Culbertson William II., policeman, res. 77 N. Noble. 
Cullens Matthew, carpenter, res. W. Elizabeth. 
Culley David D., printer, res. 13 E. Ohio. 
Culley William B., boot and shoe maker, 198 E. AVashing- 

ton, res. 196 S. Illinois. 
Culley Daniel B., on I. and C. Railroad, bds. 20 N. Illinois. 
Culley David V., 13 E. Ohio. 
Cuncoubman Conrad, grocer, W. Washington, near river, 

res. same. 
Cunningham Charles G., bds. 56 N. Meridian. 
Cunningham Erank, clerk Treasurer of State office, bds. 56 

N. Meridian. 
CUNNINGHAM FRED. P., confectionery and oyster 

saloon, 43 N. Illinois, res. same. 
Cunningham George B., bds. 56 N. Meridian. 
CUNNINGHAM NATHANIEL F., Treasurer of State, res. 

56 N. MeiMdian. 
Cunningham Rev. Thos., O. S. Presbyterian, bds. 170 N. 

Illinois. 
Cunningham W. M., 56 Meridian. 
Cui-ran John, laborer, res. alley, bet. Ohio and New 

York. 



74 



INDIANAPOLIS 



I. M'TAGGERT, 




HOUSE ON WHITE RIVER BANK, 

NORTH SIDE OF TERRE HAUTE BRIDGE, 

Office No. 23 W. Illinois St., nearly opposite Bates Honse, 

Indianapolis, Indiana. 




Wo. 16 East Washington 

St., Sentinel Building, 

2 doors E. of Adam's 

Express Company. 



Keeps constat] tljr on Iiand all 
the latest styles of 



FOR MEW AND BOYS. 



JOHN WANDS & SON, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Curni pe5fri|)ti0ii of pouts & $l)m5 

57 E. WASHINGTON ST.. INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 

Palrasr House Hair Cutting, Dying and Shaving Saloon, 

S. E. COS. WASHINGTON AND ILLINOIS STS., INDIANAPOLIS, IND 

SHUCRAFT k. GIBBS, PROPRIETOKS. 

Beinfr in constant receipt of the most apjiroved Europein styles of Hair Cuttinfr, we defy 
competition here or elsewhere. Our stock of Hair Dyes are more com|)lete than any in the 
city, and for Dying Hair or Whiskers any color, we are the "bnys" tliat cin do it. Wigs 
and Curls for Ladies or Gentlemen kept constanty on hand, direct from the eastirn cities. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 75 

Curry T. T., student Brj-ant's Commercial College, bds. 84 
yirgiuia ave. 

CUETIS ANDREW, justice of the peace, 39 E. Washing- 
ton, res. 11 Fort Wayne ave. 

Curtis Casper T., artist Hays & Eunnion, bds. 275 S. Dela- 
ware. 

Curtis Charles, engineer Sentinel office, res. 275 S. Dela- 
ware. 

Curtis Joseph, (col.,) cook Bates House, res. 101 W. North. 

Curtis T. M., engineer, res. 275 S. Delaware. 

Curts H., blacksmith, res. 280 Indiana ave. 

Currykendall Warren A., engineer, res. 100 E. Louisiana. 

CUEZON JOSEPH, architect, res. 218 N. Illinois. 

Cusens Samuel, (col.,) 2d steward in steamboat, bds. SG 

■ alley West. 

Cussins William, plasterer, res. Harris. 

Custer John, tailor, res. 19 N. East. 

Custer L. N., doctress, res. 19 N. East. 

Cutting Abel, basket maker, res. 177 N. Delaware. 



Daary John, laborer, res. N. Wisconsin ave. 

Dabcbe Frank, cigar maker, South, bet. Delaware and 

Pennsylvania. 
Daffin Mrs. Eoda, bds. 2GG Indiana ave. 
DAGGETT W., confectionery and China teas, 22 S. Meridian, 

res. same. 
Daine Frank, pattern maker, res. 184 S. Alabama. 
Daine Thomas, painter, 51 S. Mississippi. 
Daine William, laborer, res. 143 N. Liberty. 
Dall Andrew P., laborer, 97 McCarty. 
Dame Mrs. Jane M., res. 233 S. Delaware. 
DA^IE JASON, marble yard, 67 E. Washington, res. 96 E. 

Market. 
Dammeier Elton, laborer, res. 5 N. Eailroad. 
Dammeier Frederick, drajnnan, res. 146 E. Ohio. 
Dana Mrs. Amos W., boarding house, 10 W. Market. 
Danforth Albert J., (D. & Simpson,) res. 112 N. Pennsyl- 
vania. 
DANFOETH & SIMPSON, wholesale and retail grocers, 

3 and 5 Odd Fellows' Hall, N. Pennsylvania. 
Daniels David G., painter, res. 95 S. East. 
Daniels Henry W., clerk American and U. S. Express Co. 's, 

res. 35 W. New York. 
Daniels Samuel P., mail agent B. Eailroad, res. 63 S. New 

Jersey. 
Darby John, bds. Mrs. Smith. 



76 



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STEWART & BOWEN, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 






AND PIUNTERS' MATERIAL, 

NO. 18 WEST WASHINGTON STREET, 

INDIANAPOLIS, [ND. 

Jg@° Trade Supplied at Cineinnati Prices. °^S. 



II 



COR. WASHINGTON AND ALABAMA 

IHQIAHAPOLIS. IHB. 
D. cfc C. MONNINGER, - - Proprietors. 




ALWAYS ON HAND, 

OYSTERS m THE SEASON. 

First Class illihird Tali 

CONNECTED WITH THE ESTABLISHMENT. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 77 



Darl Phillip, laborer, res. 135 N. Davidson. 

Durnall Win., carpenter, res. 55 jST. Delaware. 

Darra2:h William, tailor Moritz & Bro., res. Garden, cor. of 
Willow. 

Darrach Gr. M., M. D., res. 41 N. New Jersey. 

])artenne Constantine, printer, bds. 132 E. Washington. 

Daugherty Joseph F., grain dealer, res. 130 IST. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Daugherty Michael, (McTaggart & D.,) res. in eountr}'. 

Daughertj^ W. N., bds. Josh F. Danghert}-. 

Daumont Peter A., with S. H. Daumont, res. 114 N. Penn- 
sylvania. 

DAUMONT S. II., jeweler, 9 S. Meridian, res. 114 N. 
Pennsylania. 

Davenport John, engineer Kregelo, Blake & Co. 

David wid. William,"20 N. East. 

DAVIDS & KIGGS, butchers, 67 S. Illinois. 

Davids Thomas, (D. & Eiggs,) res. 82 South. 

Davidge Charles H., salesman L. Steet k Bro., bds. 44 S. 
Meridian. 

Davidson John, collector Journal Co., res. 75 N. J^oble. 

DAVIS BENJAMIN F., road master T. H. and R. Rail- 
road, res. 132 E. North. 

DAVIS CHARLES B., insurance agent and attorney at 
law. Odd Fellows' Hall, 2d floor, res. 137 N. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Davis C. W., book keeper Chas. B. Davis. 

Davis Daniel D., (Arnold & D.,) bds. Tremont House. 

Davis Edward D., constable, res. 129 N. Pennsylvania. 

Davis Elisha W., (G. Dietz & Co.,) 78 and 80 W. Washing- 
ton. 

DAVIS F. A. W., teller Branch Banking Co., bds. Mrs. 
Dana. 

Davis George D., blacksmith, bds. Ray House. 

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

Davis Henry C, tireman Union Foundry. 

DAVIS I. & CO., Union Foundry and Machine Shop, 98 S. 
Delaware. 

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

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

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

DAVIS J. W. & CO., brass and bell founders, 96 S. Dela- 
ware. 

Davis John, fireman Madison Railroad, bds. Ray House. 

Davis John, laborer, 170 N. Liberty. 

Davis Joseph S., messenger Adams' Expi'ess Co., res. 7 E. 
New York. 



78 



INDIANAPOLIS 



GEOEGE FRAEYSER, 




ROOM THIRO FLOOR, 

mmm \^kmimTm km Alabama streets, 

mDIAMPOLIS, IND. 

Will be happy to accommodate customers at tlie shortest notice. 



Ji^COB LIISTDLET 

IMPORTER OF 



7^ 




CHINA 



AND 



siassware 

AND DEALER l>f 

w. \\m\mm st„ 

Indianapolis, ind. 

V/Ill Duplicate Cincinnati Bills. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 



Davis Joseph W., (J. W. D. & Co.,) res. 129 Virginia avo. 

Davis Eobert F., saw maker E. C. Atkins, res. 151 S. Ten- 
nessee. 

Davison Joseph K., printer, bds. 283 S. Delaware. 

Dawes Adelbert C, sak^sman Mayhew & Co., bds. American 
House. 

Dawson Daniel, blacksmith, res. 41 W. Georgia. 

Dawson Daniel, bds. 161 N. East. 

Dawson Miss E., dress maker, bds. 3 E. Michigan Ivoad. 

Dawson Mrs. Margaret, bds. 229 ^Y. Washington. 

Dawson wid. WilHam. 161 JST. East. 

DAWSON WILLIAM, plow mannfiicturer, 250 E. Wash- 
ington. 

Day Elisha M., laborer, bds. 254 Indiana ave. 

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

Day M. 1). L., clerk Eobert Browning, bds. 48 S. Mississippi. 

Day Tbomas, laborer, 254 Indiana ave. 

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

Dearinger Simeon, plastei'er, res. 35 E. St. Clair. 

Deary Henry, laborer Ivregelo. Blake & Co. 

Deaver George W., clerk, bds. 92 N. New Jersey. 

Decher Conrad, blacksmith, res. 231 Massachusetts ave. 

Decher John, stone mason, res. 227 N. Alabama. 

Deckinbrook Christ, res. 31 McCarty. 

Deer John, laborer, res. 70 E. St. Maiy's. 

Deerberg Christopher, miller Bates City Mill. 

Deffaubx Louis, carpenter, res. 159 N. Noble. 

Defer John, Union. 

Defning Daniel, peddler, at Depot, res. 73 S. Illinois. 

Deford M. C, pressman Locomotive, bds. 113 Massachusetts 
ave. 

DEFOPtD WM. E., attorney at law, notary public, real 
estate agent and stock broker, 35^ E. Washington, res. 
113 Massachusetts ave. 

De Forrest Daniel, laborer, res. alley, bet. Ohio and New 
York. 

DEFEEES JOHN D., editor and proprietor Daily and 
Weekly Atlas, 18 S. Meridian, res. 54 S. Meridian. 

Defrees Eollin, book-keeper Atlas office, bds. Mrs. Fergu- 
son's. 

Degert Jacob, cabinet maker, 66 W. Ohio. 

Deisler John, 31 South, 

Deitz Henry, res. front National Hotel. 

Deitz Peter, laborer, res. Blackford. 

Deitzel Adam, laborer, res. 77 N. Davidson. 

Deland Mrs. Sarah, res. 98 E. Maryland. 

Delay Dennis, waiter Tremont House. 

Delainey Peter, porter Eay House. 



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JACOB ELDRIDGE. 



SAMUEL M MILLIN. 



SYLVANUS BIDDLE. 



ELDRIDGE, M'MILLIN & 8IDDLE, 
IL £5 I M I L f4llCN I d 



And Commission Merchants, 
NO. 30 SOUTH SIDE WASHINGTON ST. 

ADJOINING PALMER HOUSE, EAST SIDE, 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 



Will attend to the buyino; and sellinc; of 



6| IR 6* *1 



ij&a 



Puy Taxes, Examine Titles, Negotiate Trades, Ex- 
change Groods for Lands and Land for Goods. 

^TJCTIOISr S^LES 

Of Lands, Properties and (loods every Saturday. 

THOMAS J3UIST, 



DEALER IN 





X., Ami, Ik.... .^,, ..., 

No. 60 West Washington Street, 

SIGN OF THE RED ANVIL, 
Indianapolis, Indiana. 

MONTOOMERY^S 



1> 

Washington Hall, adjoining Metropolitan Theater, 



Twelve Marble Tvop Billiard Tables, -with Phelan's Pa- 
tent Combination Cushions. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 81 



Delainey Michael, laborer, res. 143 E. New York. 

Dell John, laborer, res. 120 N. Meridian. 

Dell John, shoemaker, res. 89 N. Meridian. 

Deller Frederick, painter, 102 N. Noble, res. same. 

Delplane Samuel H., finisher woolen factory, res. W. Wash- 
ington, near river. 

Delzell Hugh, bds. Farmei's' Hotel. 

DELZELL & SMITH, real estate agents, 37 E. Washing- 
ton, up stairs. 

DELZELL SAMUEL, (D. & Smith,) res. 91 N. Alabama. 

Demmy Martin, harness maker Jas. Sulgrove. 

De Moss Leander, harness maker Hinesley & Hereth. 

Demunn George, railroader, res. 12 N. Bates. 

De Motte Wm. H., teacher D. and D. Institute, res. S. Na- 
tional Eoad. 

Dena William, laborer, res. 143 N. Liberty. 

Deneen Amenda, 157 N. Alabama. 

Deneen James, tailor, res. 157 N. Alabama. 

Denig J. Henry, j)i'inter Sentinel office, bds. 20 W. Michi- 
gan. 

De Night wid. H., res. Georgia, bet. Illinois and Tennessee. 

Deniuston Elizabeth A., dress maker, res. 84 N. Meridian. 

Dennis Mrs. E. E., res. 78 N. East. 

Dennis Peter, brick layer, bds. Cincinnati House. 

Denny Austin F., res. on I. & C. Railroad, 2^ miles from 
city. 

DEENHAM MAX., merchant tailor, 1 ^V. Washington, 
res. Alvord's Block, S. Pennsylvania. 

Derr George, steward Tremont House. 

Derr Jacob, yard man, Tremont House. 

Dersh John, porter Eoot, Bennett & Co., bds. 139 N. Ala- 
bama. 

Deshield Martin, cooper, res. 110 N. Missouri. 

Despa Ernest, painter, res. 30 E. Lockerbie. 

Dessar Adolph, (D. Bros.,) res. 73 W. Maryland. 

DESSAE BEOTHEES, clothing and furnishing goods, 4 E. 
Washington and 6 Meridian. 

Dessar David, (D. Brothers,) bds. Bates House. 

Dessar J. B., (I). Brothers,) res. Kentucky. 

Dettert Wm., railroader, bds. 205 S. Delaware. 

Detrick J. D., patent rights. Circle. 

Devening Daniel, baker, 73 S. Illinois. 

Devenish John, moulder, res. 138 S. East. 

Devenport John, engineer, res. 58 Indiana ave. 

Dewald Matthew, porter J. W. Holland, res. 55 E. Ohio. 

Dexter George S., stencil cutter, 119 S. Tennessee. 

Dickert Jacob, cabinet maker, 66 Ohio. 
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DICKINSOJST JAMES L., physician, (eclectic,) 241 S. Ala- 
bama. 
Dickinson John C, res. 109 S. Alabama. 
Dickmann Frederick, carpenter, res. 41 N. East. 
Dickson Carlos, salesman Willard & Stowell, bds. 153 N. 

Illinois. 
DIEKMANN GAEL, lager beer saloon, 186 E. Washington. 
Dieter Jacob, cigar maker Gr. F. Meyer. 
Dietrich Mrs. M., millinery, 63 E. Washington, res. same. 
DIBTEICH WM., cigars and tobacco, 63 E. Washington, 

res. same. 
DIETZ ADAM, proprietor Paradise Garden, res. 65 Fort 

Wayne ave. 
Dietz F., clerk Geo. Dietz & Co., 78 W. Washington. 
DIETZ GEO. & CO., Washington Hall Saloon, 78 and 80 

W. Washington. 
Dietz Geo , (G. D. & Co.,) res. 78 and 80 W. Washington. 
Diever James, clerk post office, res. 44 Massachusetts ave. 
Dill Ezekiel, blacksmith, South, near Delaware. 
Dill Mrs. Gertrude, 20 W. St. Clair. 
Dill Henry C, clerk, bds. 20 St. Clair. 
Dill James, bds. 20 St. Clair. 
Dill John P., bds. 20 St. Clair. 
Dillon John B., Historian, 19 E. Washington, bds. E. 

Browning. 
Dilly John, engineer Osgood, Smith & Co., res. S. Norwood. 
Dilly Samuel, S. NorAvood. 

Dink Andrew, vinegar manuAicturer, res. 135 Indiana ave. 
Dipple Henry, laborer, res. 167 E. Michigan. 
Dippell Henry, barkeeper John Bussey, 38 Louisiana. 
Dipper Peter, laborer, res. 73 N. Noble. 
Dijjple Joseph, drayman, res. Ill N. Noble. 
Dixon George, (col.,) res. 123 W. Ohio. 
Dixon Jas. W., (Carlisle & D.,) res. S. Missouri. 
Dobbs Cyrus J., harness maker Hineslcy & Hereth, bds. 

Mrs. Kinder's. 
Dobyns B. D., grocer, cor. St. Clair and Fort Wayne aves., 

res. 175 N. Alabama. 
Dobyns Jno. L., student N. W. C. University, bds. 175 N. 

Alabama. 
DODD HARRISON H., register of State, office 7 McOuat's 

Block, Kentucky ave, res. New York, near California. 
DODD JOHN W., Auditor of State, office 7 McOuat's 

Block, Kentucky ave., res. 70 N. Illinois. 
Dodds W. Harry, salesman Coffin & Morton, bds. American 

House. 
Dodson Michael, engineer T. H. and R. Railroad, bds. 141 

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Dodge N. S., M. D. (D. & Scott,) 53 S. Illinois. 

Dodge Warren C, master machinist M. & I. Railroad, res. 

227 S. Delaware. 
DODGE & SCOTT, physicians for lung and heart diseases, 

3 Cilenns' Block. 
Doggett Eichard, shoemaker, res. 69 Vermont. 
Doherty Joab II., cabinet maker, bds. 11 Ellsworth. 
DOMON EM.ILE, clerk California House, bds. 136 S. Illi- 
nois. 
Donahan Mrs. Barbara, boarding, 74 N. Tennessee. 
Donaldson Claiborne S., (D.Maxfield & Prine,) res. 42 W. 

Marj^land. 
DONALDSON, MAXFIELD & PEINE, wholesale dealers 

in teas, tobacco and cigars, also commission merchants, 

71 W. Washington. 
DONEGHY JOHN T., physician, 26 B. Washington, up 

stairs, res. 173 N. Tennessee. 
Donnelly Francis, laborer, res. 22 Henr3^ 
DONOUGH D. B., carpenter and builder, Vermont, near 

Alabama. 
Donovan Andrew, laborer, Blake, bet. Washington and 

New York. 
Donovan Daniel, laborer, bds. 38 S. Alabama. 
Donovan Dennis, laborer, res. rear of 38 E. Market. 
Donovan James, retired, res. 184 N. East. 
Donovan Mrs. Margaret, res. E. Washington, cor. Benton. 
Donovan Peter, well digger, res. 127 E. New York. 
Dorsay Nicholas, physician, 46 and 48 N. Pennsylvania. 
Dorsey Thomas, laborer, 72 N. Mississippi. 
Dortz Emile, file cutter, Liberty, bet. New York and Michi- 
gan. 
DOUGHERTY CHAELES, grocer, 245 S. Delaware, res. 

same. 
Dougherty M., (McTaggart & D.,) 15 N. Illinois. 
DOUGHEETY ZADC>K, physician, California, W. side, 

near Market. 
Dought Patrick, apprentice, bds. 14 and 16 N. Delaware. 
DOUGHTY JOHN G., (Bingham & D.,) Indiana State 

Sentinel, res. 21 Indiana ave. 
Douglas Benjamin W., machinist, res. 40 E. Hosbrook. 
Douglass George, clerk, bds. 130 W. New York. 
Douglass James, (D. & Palmer,) bds. 130 W. New York. 
Douglass Mrs. Maria, res. 130 W. New York. 
DOUGLASS & PALMBE, bookbinders and blank book 

nianufacturers, 36^ E. Washington. 
DOUGLASS SAMUEL M.. baggage master Union Depot, 

bds. 130 W. New York. 
Dow Levi B., laborer, res. 55 McCarty. 



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Downey John, marble rubber, 11 S. Georgia. 

Downey Jonah, bds. 39 McCarty. 

Downey Mrs. M. E., res. 43 N. Pennsylvania. 

DOWNEY MICHAEL, dealer in American and Italian 
marble, cor. Washington and Alabama. 

Downey Thomas, laborer, bds. Illinois. 

Downey Eobert, res. 82 N. Delaware. 

Downs Charles, grocer, vS. W. cor. Vermont and Massachu- 
setts ave. 

Doary Edward, laborer, res. N. Wisconsin ave. 

DEAEGrER CHARLES, watches, clocks and jewelry, 103 
E. Washington. 

Drake Edward B., (Root, Bennett & Co.,) res. 88 N. Ala- 
bama. 

Drayer Mrs. Hannah, res. W. Market. 

Drechsel George, wagon maker, bds. E. Michigan, cor. Rail- 
road. 

Dreher Matthias, clerk Tousey & Byram, res. 48 Liberty. 

Drew John A, carriage painter S. W. Drew, res. 59 E. Ohio. 

D1;EW SAMUEL W., carriage manufacturer, E. Market 
Square, res. same. 

Drink ut William, watchman T. H. & R. Engine House, 
res. 89 S. New Jersey. 

Drum Mrs. E. J., bds. 60 Delaware. 

Drum George, carpenter, res. 115 S. New Jersey. 

Drum James J., with L. S. Aver}', res. 144 N. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Drum James S., clerk L. S. Avery, res. 21 Michigan. 

Drum Miss Nettie, tailorcss, bds. 48 E. New York. 

Drum Robert, teamster, res. 203 N. Noble. 

Duane William, laborer, 200 vS. Delaware. 

Dubach John, laborer, bds. Union House. 

Duchene Charles, candy maker, bds. 15 N. Illinois. 

Ducker John B., watch maker, res. 178 E. Market. 

Duckwiler Jacob, engineer, res. E. Market. 

Duffey James, laborer, res. 33 Ellsworth. 

Duffey Mrs. Mary, res. 55 S. Illinois. 

Duflfey Michael, tailor Eli Hall, res. 55 S. Illinois. 

Dugan P., tailor, bds. 25 S. Meridian. 

Dugan Thomas, boot and shoe maker, 4th story Blake's 
Row, res. 155 W. Michigan. 

Dugan William, machinist, bds. Ray House. 

DUKE & SMITH, auction and commission, 8 S. Me- 
ridian. 

Duke James, (D. & Smith,) res. 8 S. Meridian. 

Dull C. C, res. 36 California. 

Dummel Charles, laborer, S. W. cor. Meridian and Ohio. 

Dumont Eugene A., res. cor. Louisiana and New Jersey. 



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DUMONT COL. E., (D. & Torbett,) President Sinking 
Fund, res. GO N. Alabama. 

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

DUMONT & SINKER, engine, machine and boiler manu- 
facturers, S. Pennsylvania, E. of Union Dej^ot. 

DUMONT & TORBETT, attorneys at law, junction of 
Pennsylvania and Virginia ave. 

Dunbar Melzar, brick mason, 178 S. Pennsylvania. 

DUNCAN R. B., attorney at law, office S. W. cor. Wash- 
ington and Meridian, up stairs, res. Fort Wayne ave. 

Duncan J. S., Fort Wayne ave. 

Duncan John, grocer, 174 E. Washington. 

Duncan Mrs. Mary, bds. 174 E. Washington. 

Dunham Cyrus L., (D. & Tanner,) Secretary of State, bds. 
Bates House. 

DUNHAM & TANNER, attorneys at law, 6 McOuat's 
Block. 

Dunlap James B., artist, bds. Dr. Dunlap. 

DUNLAP JOHN M., assistant physician Indiana Hospital 
for the Insane. 

DUNLAP L., physician. 12 Virginia ave. 

DUNLOP JOHN S., Jr., real estate and insurance agent, 
office Dunlop's Block, cor. Washington and Meridian, 
res. IIG N. Pennsylvania. 

Dunlop John, sr., res. 72 N. Meridian. 

Dunigan Edward, laborer, res. 79 E. Market. 

Duukam James, laborer, 163 S. Tennessee. 

Dunn Edwin F., clerk Tousey & Byram, bds. H. Kellogg. 

DUNN JOHN C, plumbing and gas fitting, shop 22 Ken- 
tucky ave., res. 67 N. Tennessee. 

Dunn John P., director State Prison, bds. Col. H. Achey. 

DUNN THOMAS B., saloon and restaurant, 7 N. Illinois, 
res. N. W. cor. New York and Illinois. 

Dunn Wm. A., with Fitz Gibbon & Co., res. 20 N. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Dunning Thomas, carpenter, 140 N. Mississippi. 

Dupuy James, res. 252 Indiana ave. 

DURHAM GEORGE W., brick mason, res. 142 E. Ohio. 

Durie Mrs. Margaret, res. alley, bet. Ohio and New York. 

Dury John, engraver, bds. Mrs. Kinder's. 

Duvall D. C., salesman Palmer & Talbott, res. 113 N. Illi- 
nois. 

Duvall Mrs. Sarah, res. 112 Virginia ave. 

Duzan William H., cabinet maker, res. 101 N. Noble. 

Dwyer James, res. 105 E. South. 

Dyer C. S., clerk U. S. Marshal, bds. Palmer House. 



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Eagan Patrick, watchman, res. 70 N. Mississippi. 

Eagle Henry H., printer Journal office, bds. Pyle House. 

Eagle John H., foreman Journal office news-room, res. 48 E. 

New York. 
Eagle William, printer Indianapolis Journal, bds. Pyle 

House. 
Earhrling John P., tailor, res. 173 E. Ohio. 
EAST STEEET HOUSE, Henry Hahn, proprietor. East, 

near Peru Depot. 
EASTMAN HENEY, eating house^ cor. Illinois and Louis- 
iana. 
Eaton William J., laborer, res. 191 E. St. Clair. 
Ebert John, carpenter, res. 72 W. Maryland. 
EDDY EEY. AUGUSTUS, presiding elder M. E. Church, 

res. 143 N. Pennsylvania. 
Eddy Morris E., book keeper Tousey & Byram, 143 W. 

Pennsylvania. 
EDEN & COPELAND, carpenters and joiners, 27 E. Mar- 
ket. 
Eden Charleton, (B. & Copeland,) res. Virginia ave, outside 

city limits. * 

Eden T. C, carpenter, bds. W. H. Lingenfelter. 
BDGAE & FEAZEE, boots and shoes, Glenns' Block, E. 

Washington. 
EDGrAE JAMES W., attorney at law and notary public, 2 

McOuat's Block, res. 37 E. Michigan. 
Edgar Samuel A., (E. & Frazee,) res. 108 E. Ohio. 
Edmunds William, salesman Hendrick & Co., res. 197 N. 

Illinois. 
Edwards Nathan, carpenter, res. 93 W. South. 
Elder Alexander, clerk post office, res. 95 N. Mississipjoi. 
ELDEE & HAEKNESS, publishers of Locomotive and 

book and job printers, office 2 S. Meridian, 2d floor. 
Elder John E., (E. & Harkness,) res. cor. New York and 

New Jersey. 
Elder William G-., laborer, res. 60 N. Delaware. 
Eldridge Jacob, (E., McMillin & Biddle,) res.50 S. Meridian. 
ELDEIDCE, MoMILLIN & BIDDLE, real estate and 

commission merchants, 39 W. Washington. 
Elenby James, physician, bds. 21 S. Delaware. 
Elering Deitre, laborer, res. 131 E. McCarty. 
Elff Frank, (E. & Eegenaur,) 25 S. Meridian. 
ELFF & EEGENAUE, saloon, 25 S. Meridian. 
ELLIOTT BYEON, attorney at law, 24^ E. Washington, 

res. Maryland, one door west Illinois. 



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

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

Elliott wid. John, res. 81 S. New Jersey. 

Elliott J. H., baggageman I. & C. Eailroad, res. 141 E. 
South. 

Elliott J. W., with S. W. Elliott, bds. 67 N. Meridian. 

Elliott E., bds. 81 S. New Jersey. 

Elliott Eussell, book keeper Boston Store, bds. 71 N. Me- 
ridian. 

ELLIOTT SAMUEL W., boots and shoes, 28 E. Washing- 
ton, res. 186 N. Illinois. 

Elliott S. W., assistant ticket agent I. & C.E. E., bds. Mary- 
land, 

ELLIOTT THOMAS B., physician and surgeon, office 28 
N. Illinois, res. Michigan. 

ELLIOTT WILLIAM, general traveling agent, res. 59 
Massachusetts ave. 

Ellenbegg S., grocer, 180 S. Delaware, res. same. 

ELLSWOETH. COLLEY, & BEDSTONE, attorneys and 
solicitors of patents, office 10 S. Meridian, 

Ellsworth Hon. Henry W., (E., Colley & Bedstone,) res. 88 
N. Meridian. 

Elmer J. W., clerk Madison E. E. Depot, res. 140 E. Mc- 
Carty. 

Elstead Henry, foundryman, 168 S. Illinois. 

Ely Joseph W., carpenter, 14 Willard. 

Einatz Anthony, expressman, res. 283 S. Delaware. 

Eska Christian, blacksmith, res. 344 Virginia ave. 

Ettingbaugh Charles, grocers, 180 South, res. same. 

Emery Phillip A., A. M., instructor in Deaf and Dumb 
Asylum, res. alley, bet. National Boad and Michigan 
Boad. 

Emick Miss Ester, milliner, Mrs. Thomas, bds. Byle 
House. 

Emick Miss Bebecca, milliner, Mrs. Thomas, bds. Pyle 
House. 

EMMENEGGEE MATTHIAS, Union Hall saloon and bil- 
liards, 111 and 113 E. AVashington. 

EMMEEICH & BEESE, produce and liquor store, 91 and 
93 W. Washington. 

Emerich Henry, (E. & Beese,) res. 91 and 93 W. Washington. 

Emmerson B. B., res. 141 W. Market. 

Emmitt Eobert, laborer, res. 98 N. Tennessee. 

Ende Frederick, dyer, Ohio P. W. Factory, bds. W. Kolb. 

Ende Hermon, weaver, Ohio P. W. Factory, bds. W. Kolb. 

ENDEELINE C. AUGUSTUS, manager Crystal Palace 
Saloon, 44 W. Washington. 



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Engel John, butcher, res. 230 N. Alabama. 

Eugel John, carpenter, 9 E. Louisiana. 

Engel Charles, shoemaker, bds. 164 W. Washington. 

Engle Jacob, teamster, res. 35 N. Spring. 

Engleking Frederick, employee Madison E. E., res. Bluff 
Eoad. 

Engleking William, switchman T. H. & E. E. E., res. Bluff 
Eoad. 

English Edward, waiter Little's Hotel. 

English Joseph K., painter, res. 115 N. East. 

English King, switch tender, res. 113 N. East. 

BNNEES PHILLIP, at Washington Hall Saloon, W. Wash- 
ington, res. 229 E. North. 

Ennis Louis, butcher, res. 223 N. Noble. 

Enos E. C, res. 94 IST. Illinois. 

Erick John, laboi-er, bds. Blackford. 

Ernst Frederick, drayman, res. 23 Union. 

Ernst Z., currier with J.- Fishback, bds. California House. 

Erwin Mrs., res. 137 Washington. 

Eskew John D., printer Atlas Office, bds. 22 S. Meridian. 

Espy Mrs. Margaret F., bds. 85 S. Tennessee. 

Ethell N. F., local editor ATLAS, S. Meridian. 

Etherton Samuel, carpenter, res. 129 E. North. 

Etsler Loyd, wagon maker, res. 156 N. East. 

Eudlay Elisha, res. 113 N. Tennessee. 

Eudlay James E., teamster, res. 113 IS". New Jersey. 

EUEICK JOHN L., Nebraska Saloon, 12 W. Louisiana, res. 
21 Georgia. 

Euwright Michael, laborer, bds. 306 S. Delaware. 

Evans Henry W., carpenter, res. S. side National Eoad. 

Evans Madison, Professor N. W. C. University, res. 125 
Fort Wayne ave. 

Evans Mrs. Maria J., res. 114 N. East. 

Evans Owen F., salesman J. Fishback, res. 107 Yirginia ave. 

EVANS EEV. THOMAS, (United Breth.,) res. 27 N. Lib- 
erty. 

Evans Thomas, carpenter, res. 165 N. Liberty. 

Everland William, bds. 25 W. Michigan. 

Evers John, tailor, cor. East and Washington. 

Everson Greorge V., produce dealer, bds. 168 Tennessee. 

Evert John, carpenter, 72 W. Marj^land. 

EWALD EOBEET de.. Professor of Music, Little's Hotel. 

EWING DE. J., eclectic, bds. 53 S. Pennsylvania. 

Ewing Martin V., student Bryant's Commercial College. 

EXCELSIOE COMMEECIAL COLLEGE, A. B. Church, 
principal, Blackford's Building, cor. Washington and 
Meridian. 

Exline George A., grocer, res. 151 N. East. 



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F 

Fagan James, stone cutter, res. S. East. 

FAHNESTOCK k CO., dealers in ladies fancy goods, trim- 
mings &c., 18 and 22 S. Illinois. 

Fahnestock C. S. E., (F. & Co..) res. 18 S. Illinois. 

FAHNESTOCK JOHN, engraver and printer, 19 W. Wash- 
ington, bds. 132 E. Market. 

Fahnestock Orrin S., printer John Fahnestock, bds. 132 E. 
Market. 

FAHNESTOCK SAMUEL, physician and surgeon, office 
19 W. Washington, res. 132 E. Market. 

Fahrback Andrew,"plasterer, res. 148 S. New Jersey. 

Fahrback Phillip, laborer, 148 S. New Jersey. 

Failey Thomas, in saw lactory, bds. Eay House. 

Faly Gr., painter, res. 143 N. Alabama. 

Fancher R. N., carriage trimmer, 44 N. Pennsylvania. 

Faries Henry V., res. GO E. Louisiana. 

Farley Thomas, saw manufacturer, bds. Eay House. 

Farmers' and Drovers' Hotel, J. Harris proprietor, 212 W. 
Washington. 

FAEMEES'^HOTEL, II. Buehrig proprietor, 61 S. Illinois. 

Farmer James, carpenter, res. 248 Indiana ave. 

Farmer J. B., clerk Jeftersonville E. E. freight office, res. 
280 Eailroad. 

Farquhar Geo. W., blacksmith, 3G Kentucky ave., res. 126 
New York. 

Farral Fergus, porter J. A. Crossland, 176 Illinois. 

Farral James, laborer, res. 196 N. Tennessee. 

Farral Patrick, retired, bds. E. Knight. 

Fai-rel James, (col.,) white washer, res. 136 N. Delaware. 

Farrel John, police officer, res. Wabash, bet. New Jersey 
and East. 

Farrell Miss K., dress maker, 21 S. Delaware, res. same. 

Farrell Mrs. C. J., dress maker, 21 S. Delaware. 

Faulkner J. B., traveling agent for Sheets & Braden, bds. 
Pyle House. 

Fatoul J. L. & M. E., carpenters and builders, cor. Mississ- 
ippi and Indiana ave. 

Fay Gustavis, carriage painter, res. 143 N. Alabama. 

Fay John, tinner, res. 153 N. Liberty. 

Fearnley John, bds. 32 E. Ohio. 

Fearnley John, carpenter, res. 11 S. Illinois. 

FEAEY & LOW, carpenters and builders, 18 S. New Jersey. 

Feary Jeremiah E., (F. & Low,) res. 154 E. North. 

Feary Henry, painter, bds. 154 E. North. 

Featherston William E., (Gott & F.,) res. 115 Massachusetts 
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Felbaura William, engineer, res. N. Mississippi. 

Feldjjusch John, laborer, res. 83 N. Davidson. 

Feling Frederick, teamster, res. 125 South. 

Fellbeck John, laborer, res. 273 S. Delaware. 

FELLEE GEOEGE, watches, clocks and jewelry, 17 N. 
Illinois, res. IST. Mississijopi, bet. Washington and Market. 

Fellows James W., daguerreotypist, res. IG N. New Jersey. 

Felt Goodhart, painter, 13 N. New Jersey. 

Fenton John, tinner, bds. 19 Circle cor. Market. 

Fenton Patrick, laborer, res. 27 N. Eailroad. 

Fenton Mrs. Eachel, res. 15 S. Georgia. 

Ferbanks Andrew, plasterer, res. 149 S. New Jersey. 

Ferguson (widow) Andrew, boarding house, 20 N. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

FEEGUSON C. A. & CO., watchmakers and jewellers, 
7 W. Washington. 

Ferguson C. A., (C. A. F. & Co.,) res. Ohio, bet. Meridian 
and Illinois. 

Ferguson David, at Bryant's Commercial College, res. 20 N. 
Pennsylvania. 

Ferguson Edward H., brickmason, res. 96 N. Meridian. 

Ferguson J., res. 96 N. Meridian. 

Ferguson James C, pork merchant, res. 28 N. Meridian. 

Ferguson Kilby, (Walpole & F.,) res. 207 N. Illinois. 

Ferguson Leander, tinner, bds. Little's Hotel. 

Ferguson Eobert, plasterer, res. N. Meridian. 

Ferguson E., cutter Dessar Brothers, res. 134 E. Market. 

Ferita Thomas, laborer, res. 3 Noble. 

Ferkins Frederick, laborer, res. 253 S. Pennsylvania. 

Ferling George, (Leminger & F.,) res. E. Maryland, bet. 
Delaware and Alabama. 

Ferry Mrs. Jane, 221 S. Pennsylvania. 

Ferry James, driver Adams' Express, res. 48 Indiana ave. 

Fershu George W., blacksmith, res. 126 W. New York. 

FEETIG FEANK, house and sign painter, 4 B. Washing- 
ton, up stairs. 

Fette Charles, machinist Washington Foundrj^, res. 164 S. 
Alabama. 

Fetrow Alexander, carpenter, res. 57 S. New Jersey. 

Fetrow Joseph, farmer, res. 57 S. New Jersey. 

Ficker George, shoemaker res. 224 N. New Jersey. 

Fiebig John, laborer, res. 207 S. Delaware. 

Fifcus Thomas W., bricklayer and builder, res. E. side Li- 
berty, 2 doors N. of Massachusetts ave. 

Fike Peter, teamster, res. 23 Madison ave. 

Filbeck George, bds. 21 N. Meridian. 

File F., 74 Bluff road. 

Filey John, wagon maker 61 Bluff road. 



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Finch John, laborer, res. 221 S. Delaware. 

Fink John, machinist, cor. Union and McCarty. 

Finkbiner Wm., cigar maker, bds. Charles C. Hunt. 

Finley Morris, laborer, res, 38 S. Alabama. 

Finley William, laborer, res. Blake, bet. Washington and 
New York. 

Finn John, cooper, res. 14 Union. 

Finn John, laborer, res. 22 S. Delaware. 

Finnegan James, laborer, res. 73 S. Noble. 

Finney Michael, laborer, res. 263 S. Delaware. 

FINNEY ROBERT P., proprietor Capital Mills, cor. Canal 
and Market, res. 128 N. Noble. 

Finton Frederick, baker, res. 77 Fort Wayne ave. 

Firon George, clerk in Feed store, res. Wyoming. 

Fischer Charles, cooper, res. 37 N. Spring. 

Fisher Martin, shoemaker, 54 Bluff road. 

Fiscus Mrs. Elizabeth, milliner, 174 E. Washington, res. 
same. 

Fiscus Wm., grocer, res. 174 E. Washington. 

FISHBACK CHARLES, M. D., oifice 116 Virginia ave, res. 
Ill Virginia ave. 

FISHBACK JOHN, leather, hides and oil, &c., 30 S. Meri- 
dian, res. 49 S. Meridian. 

Fishback Wm. P., (Conner & F.,) res. 50 E. Market. 

Fisher A., (F. & Wheatley,) res. 120 N. East, 

Fisher Benedict, (F. & Ringle,) res. Illinois, near Union 
depot. 

Fisher Charles, shoemaker, res. Bluff road. 

FISHER CHARLES, justice of the peace, office 1 N. Meri- 
dian, res. 16 W. North. 

Fisher Ceo., shoemaker, 224 N. New Jersey, res. same. 

FISHER & RINGLE, barbers and hair dressers, Louisiana, 
cor. of Illinois. 

Fisher Jlrs. M., res. 143 E. Washington. 

FISHER & AVHEATLEY, agents for sale of patent ma- 
chinery, 6 S. Meridian, opposite Post Offiee, res. 120 E. 
Massachusetts. 

Fisher Wm. J., shoemaker, bds. 53 Massachusetts ave. 

Fishner G., res. S. West. 

Filch William H., cabinet maker, res. 91 Indiana ave. 

Fitch C. IL, machinist, res. 71 Merrill. 

Fitchey M. G., carpenter, res. 234 AV. Washington. 

FITZGIBBON M. & CO, wholesale grocers, 77 S. Meridian. 

Fitzgibbon M., (F. & Co.,) bds. Bates House. 

Fitzgibbon Thomas, finisher, bds. Indiana House. 

Fitzgerald Garret, laborer, bds. 23 S. Georgia. 

Fitzgerald James, tailor, bds. Farmers' Hotel. 

Fitzgerald John M., tinner, bds. Farmers' Hotel. 



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Fitzgerald Nicholas, laborer, res. 23 E. Georgia. 

Fitzgerald Wm., laborer, res. 198 S. Illinois. 

Fitzpatrick John, laborer, bds. 55 S. Illinois. 

FLAGG SETH A., proprietor Magnolia Saloon and Ees- 
staurant, 9 S. Illinois, res. Georgia, bet. Illinois and 
Tennessee. 

Flagg Wm., 77 Bluff road. 

Flaherty John laborer, res. 104 N. Mississippi. 

Fleitz Charles, blacksmith, res. 101 Bluff road. 

FLETCIIEE'S BANK, 30 E. AVashington. 

FLETCHER CALVIN, President Indianapolis Branch 
Banking Co., res. N. Pennsylvania, bet. First and Sec- 
ond. 

Fletcher Calvin, jr., (F., Williams & Loomis,) res. 16 S. 
Pennsylvania. 

FLETCHER REV ELIJAH T., res. 2 Circle. 

Fletcher Horace A., (H. A. F. & Co.,) bds. Bates House. 

FLETCHER H. A. & CO., dry goods and carpets, 26 and 
28 Ray's block, W. Washington. 

Fletcher Henry F., express messenger, bds. 57 W. Vermont. 

Fletcher John, laborer, 187 S. New Jersey. 

Fletcher Milton, laborer, 71 Madison ave. 

Fletcher Richard, clerk Post Office, res. 54 N. Pennsylvania. 

FLETCHER STOUGHTON A., sen., banker, 30 E. Wash- 
ington, res. 88 E. Ohio. 

Fletcher S. A., jr., clerk Fletcher's Bank, res. 187 Virginia 
avo. 

FLETCHER, WILLIAMS & LOOMIS, nursery 14 S. Penn- 
sylvania.. 

Fletcher William, boot and shoe maker, res. North, bet. 
Meridian and Pennsylvania. 

Fletcher Z., cabinet maker, G5 W. Vermont. 

Flowers A. B. J., carj)enter, res. S. New Jersey, near Mer- 
rill. 

Flowers Samuel, carpenter, res. 166 S. New Jersey. 

Fogleman John, res. 149 N. West. 

Fold G., painter, res. 13 N. New Jersey. 

Foley wid. Jeremiah, res. 196 S. Delaware. 

Foley John, telegraph operater I. & C. R. R., bds. Ray 
House. 

Foley Mrs. Julia, 163 S. Tennessee. 

Foley Mary, nurse, bds 40 S. Illinois. 

Foltz Frederick, retired, 113 N. Alabama. 

Fontaine Massena, watchmaker C. G. French, 37 W. Wash- 
inton, bds. C. G. French. 

Foos Peter, bds. 21 N. Alabama. 

Foos Thomas J., baker, 84 N. Mississippi. 
Foote Jeremiah, res. 10 E. Michigan. 



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Forand Christopher, cabinet maker, bds. Pennsylvania 

House. 
Forbes Matthew, engineer BcUefontaine R. E., res. 49 N. 

Noble. 
Ford Miss Gussie, assistant music teacher Indianapolis Fe- 
male Institute, bds. 34 E. Michigan. 
Ford Henry, res. 113 W. Michigan. 
Ford John, soap and candle manufacturer, res. 44 Indiana 

ave. 
Forse Matthew, laborer, res. S. Virginia ave. 
Forshee Ci. ^Y., res. 12G W. New York. 
Forshee John, conductor L. & I. R. R., bds. Bates House. 
Forsythe William, shipping and receiving clerk BcUefon- 
taine R. R., res. 48 S. Meridian. 
FORTESCUE W. M., dealer in groceries and provisions, 

165 East Washington. 
Foster Alfred, boiler maker, res. 57 E. South. 
Foster Mrs. Angelina, tailoress, bds. cor. Broadway and 

Strawberry alley. 
Foster Edgar J., clerk L. Street & Co., bds. 136 N. Illi- 
nois. 
Foster Robert S., clerk A. Wallace, bds. Mrs. Smith. 
FOSTER WILLIAM R. & CO., groceries, feed, &c., 21 N. 

Alabama. 
Foudray John E., (Wood & F.,) res. 109 N. New Jersey. 
Foudray Mrs. Martha, res. 3 Massachusetts ave. 
Foust Daniel, res. 20 N. West. 

Fowler Benjamin, fireman on R. R., bds. 70 S. Noble. 
Fox John, tailor, Moritz & Bro., bds. Pyle House. 
Foy Owen, engineer B. R. R., res. 24 N, Liberty. 
FRAEYSER GEORGE, piano forte manufacturer, corner 

Washington and Alabama, up stairs. 
France Peter, well digger, res. 159 N. Railroad. 
Franco Alexander, clothier, res. Hammond's block, West 

Washington. 
FRANCO D., clothing and gents' furnishing goods, 2 Pal- 
mer House, res. 100 N. Tennessee opp. State House. 
Frank Adam, machinist, bds. H. Buehrig. 
Frank Andrew, laborer, res. 00 Union. 
Frank E., baggageman. Union Depot, res. Union. 
Frank Henry, (Spiegle, Thoms & Co.,) res. 162 New York, 

bet. Noble and East. 
Frank James, organist and school teacher, res. 145 S. Dela- 
ware. 
FRANKEM ISAAC L., tinsmith, 9 Virginia ave., bds. 155 

N. Illinois. 
Frankem John, res. 155 N. Illinois. 
Franklin Anderson, (col.,) res. 130 N. Indiana ave. 



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Franklin Benjamin, 2d porter Little's Hotel. 

Franklin Milton, student N. W. Christian Universitj^, bds. 
58 W. Vermont. 

Franklin William, (col.,) laborer, 119 Indiana ave. 

Franryman Adam, clerk, Tousey & Byram, bds. Little's 
Hotel. 

Frasier William, bridge builder, 26 S. Mississippi. 

Frauer Emanuel, laborer, res. 32 N. Spring. 

Frauer Herman, clerk, bds. 26 Spring. 

Frazee S. E., (Edgar & F.,) res. 104 N". Illinois. 

Frazier John H , carpenter, res. 121 N. New Jersey. 

Freeman John, (col.,) laborer, res, N. Meridian. 

Fi^eeman N. B., clerk, Sam'l W. Elliott, res. 41 N. Michigan. 

Freher John H., carpenter, bds. 81 N. Illinois. 

FKENCH C. G., watchmaker and jeweller, 37 W. Washing- 
ton, res. one mile out on Washington. 

French E. M., laborer, res. 181 S. New Jersey. 

Freisey Jacob A., carpenter, res. 15 S. Georgia. 

FEENZEL JNO. P., Kansas eating saloon, 85 S. Illinois. 

Frerto Frederick, paper maker, res. Blackford. 

FEICKE EEV. CHAELES, clergyman German Lutheran 
Church, res. 13 N. East. 

Friday Michael, carpenter, res. 211 N. Noble. 

Fridlej^ William, clerk. Telegraph office, bds. 6 Meridian. 

Fridley Mrs. Susan, agent Kelsey & Co.'s sewing machine, 
bds. 6 N. Meridian. 

Fridley Wm. K., messenger Western Union 1 elegraph, bds. 
6 N. Meridian. 

FEINK DE. S. C, dentist, Yohn's block, No. 4 N. Meridian, 
res. 132 N. Illinois. 

Frink Erastus 0., dentist with S. C. Frink, bds. 132 N. 
Illinois. 

Frizell Allen, carpenter, res. 172 Blake. 

Fromhie Henry, clerk, res. 76 N. Mississippi. 

Frommier Henry, packer, Jacob Lindle3^ 

FEOST J. M. & CO., patent medicines, 5 N. Meridian. 

Frost J. M., (J. M. F. & Co.,) res. 150 N. Pennsylvania. 

Frumhold Peter, coj^persmith, bds. 14 Illinois. 

Fry Nancy, widow, bds. 79 N. Pennsylvania. 

Frj'berger Francis A., salesman. Coffin & Morton, bds. Lit- 
tle's Hotel. 

Fuerchtenicht Ernest, cabinet maker, 297 Virginia ave. 

Fullington Chas. D., U. S. ExjDress Messenger, Bellefontaine 
E. E., bds. Bates House. 

Fults Mrs. Eliza, res. 33 and 34 Sentinel building. 

Fults John W., clerk, T. D. Bell, bds. Sentinel building. 

Fullwiler Charles, woodsawyer, cor. Mississippi and New 
York. 



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Funk Mrs. Fannie, res. 131 N. Noble. 

FUNKHOUSEE DAVID, physician, office 5 S. Meridian, 

bds. Bates House. 
Fuqua Andrew W., bridge tender AVhite river bridge, res. 

same. 
FUEGASOI^ JOHN A., book-keeper Washington foundry, 

res. 37 E. Georgia. 
Furguson James, clerk, res. 134 N. Davidson. 

Gabert Henry, laborer, 39 Union. 

Galan Patrick, laborer, res. 17 S. Georgia. 

Galehouse John, tanner, John Fishback, res. Wabash, bet. 

Now Jersey and East Meridian. 
Gallagher A., peddler, res. 135 Liberty. 
Gallagher 0., peddler, res. 135 N. Liberty. 
Gallagher Francis, pedler, res. 42 Massachusetts ave. 
Gallagher Mrs. Julia, res. 130 N. Meridian. 
Gallagher Michael, laborer, res. 16 S. East. 
Gallivan Michael, laborer, res. 16 S. East. 
Galligan Mrs., laundress, res. 33 E. Market. 
Galloway Mrs. Jane, 69 Indiana ave. 
Gallup Edward P., (W. P. & E. P. G.,) bds. Bates House. 
GALLUP W. P. & E. P., commission merchants and agents 

Fairbanks' scales, 74 W. Washington. 
Gallup William P., (W. P. & E. P. G.,) bds. Bates House. 
Gamble James, carpenter and joiner, res. Broadway alley 

near ISTew Jersey. 
Gamble John, 1st porter Little's Hotel. 
Gamendinger Jacob, blacksmith, res. south side National 

road, out of city limits. 
Gammer Conrad, laborer, Kregelo, Blake & Co. 
Ganter Cass, confectioner, res. 183 E. Washington. 
Gantsberg Frederick, baggageman. Union I)ej)ot, res. 318 

Virginia ave. 
Gapen Loring W., pressman. Sentinel office, bds. California 

House. 
Gardener Wendel, carpenter, res. 183 Indiana ave. 
Gardner D. B., printer. Locomotive office, res. 67 N. Ten- 

HGSSGG 

GARDNER FRANK M., printer. Sentinel office, bds. 79^ 

E. Washington. 
Garmerdeinger Jacob, blacksmith, res. E. Washington. 
GARNER HORATIO S., printer. Sentinel office, bds. Pyle 

House. 
Garner L. W., watchmaker, Ferguson & Co., bds. Pyle House. 
Garrett Cyi'us, printer, res. 85 N. East. 



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GAERATT JOSEPH, brass and bell founder, Union track, 
near Delaware, res. S. East. 

Garver Peter, engineer, bds. S. B. Wilson. 

Gass Andrew, butcher, res. 60 E. St. Joseph. 

Gass John H., laborer, res. 74 E. St. Joseph. 

Gassipor Frederick, bds. 114 S. Noble. 

Gaston Edward Y., carrirge maker, H. R. Gaston. 

GASTON HIRAM R., carriage manufacturer, 23 N. Illinois, 
res. 27 Kentucky ave. 

GASTON JOHN M., physician, office S. E. cor. New York 
and New Jersey, res. 77 N. New Jersey. 

Gaston Mrs. Ann, res. 19 S. Illinois. 

Gates J). S., American Express Messenger, Indianapolis and 
St. Louis, bds. Bates House. 

Gates John, blacksmith, 14 S. New Jersey, res. 85 E. Market. 

Gates John, laborer, 78 N. New Jersey. 

Gates Uriah, blacksmith. New York near Illinois. 

Gates Wesley, blacksmith, bds. 85 E. Market. 

Gatlin Geo., moulder, bds. Ray House. 

GATLING RICHARD J., real estate dealer and general 
fire insurance agent, office Blackford buildings, res. 44 
S. Meridian. 

Gatmey James, laborer, res. 170 East. 

Gattenby John, laborer, bds. 73 S. Noble. 

Gause Mary L., res. 142 N. Alabama. 

Gaver Frederick, laborer, 92 Union. 

Gay Alfred, with G. Stevens, res. 69 N. Mississippi. 

Gearing Francis, laborer, 43 McCarty. 

GEE R. S. k CO., solicitor of patents, ^tna Buildings, 
N. Pennsylvania. 

Gee R. S., (R. S. G. & Co.,) res. 37 N. New Jersey. 

Gegar Wm., (Plomburgh & Co.,) res. 154 N. Noble. 

Gehl Klaudius, clerk F. Blaes, bds. 66 S. Delaware. 

Geisel Henry, blacksmith, S. Delaware, res. 188 E. Market. 

Geisel George, blacksmith, res. 106 N. Davidson. 

Geisel John, blacksmith, res. 121 N. Davidson. 

Geisendorff Edward, (G. W. G. & Co., res. 223 W. Washing- 
ton. 

GEISBNDORFF G. W. & CO., Hoosier Woolen Factory, 
268 W. Washington. 

Geisendorff George W., (G. W. G. & Co.,) res. 270 W. Wash- 
ington. 

Geisendorft" Jacob C, (G. W. G. & Co.,) res. 170 N. New 
. York. 

Gelzenleuchter John, laborer, res. 169 N. Railroad. 

Gemnier Conrad, laborer, res. 71 N. Noble. 

Gentry James, laborer, 77 Bluff Road. 

Gentry Thomas J., at Bryant's Commercial College. 



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Geoeke Adolph, bds. 315 Indiana avo. 

Geokeler Christian, hod carrier, res. 75 Fort Wayne avo. 

George Austin 11., hds. IG N. Mississippi. 

George Isaac, turner, res. 55 McCartj. 

George James, grocer and produce dealer, res. 143 W. Wash- 
ington. 

George Mrs. Melvina, res. 76 Kentucky ave. 

George Eobert, trader, res. 16 N. Mississippi. 

Gerard Elias, shoe maker, res. 99 Louisiana. 

Ger David, tailor, res. 94 Fort Wayne avc. 

German John, laborer, 127 South. 

GERMAN MUTUAL INSURANCE CO. OF INDIANi^, 
95 E. Washington, A. Seidensticker, president; Charles 
Volmer, secretary. 

Gerstner Anthony J., (G. & Eogge,) res. 66 N. East. 

GERSTNER & ROGGE, merchant tailors, 164 E. Washing- 
ton. 

Geskink Frederick, blacksmith, res. 42 N. Davidson. 

Gess Louis, blacksmith, bds. 44 N. Pennsylvania. 

Gettenby wid. John, res. 73 S. Noble. 

Gety John, engine cleaner B. R. R. Co., 76 N. New Jersey. 

Gherrer John, carpenter, res. Elizabeth. 

Gibbons Rodney R., flour miller, res. Strawberry alley, bet. 
Broadway alley and Market. 

Gibbs Reuben, (Shucraft & G.,) res. 154 S. Illinois. 

Gibson George, carpenter, bds. 77 N. East. 

Gibson John, tinner, W. A. Mars. 

Giffin John A., teamster, res. allej'', bet. East and Liberty. 

Gilbert Mrs. Fannie, res. 99 N. Noble. 

Gilbert Harvey A., trader in real estate, bds. Little's Hotel. 

Gilkey O. B., carpenter, bds. 154 W. Vermont. 

Gill William L., boiler maker, 173 N. Mississippi. 

Gillesjjie Mrs. Jane, res. 44 N. Delaware. 

Gillespie W^illiam J., bds. 44 N. Delaware. 

Gillett Horace, Professor at Indiana Institute for the Edu- 
cation of Deaf and Dumb, res. Oriental, near Michigan 
Road. 

GILLETT JOHN, traveling agent P. C. & C. R. R., 43 N. 
New Jersey 

GILLIGAN Miss M. A., ladies' fancy store, 5 Bates House, 
bds. Pennsylvania. 

Gilson Frederick A., traveling agent D. Roberts, res. 59 E. 
Market. 

Gimbcr John, plow maker, bds. E. Michigan, cor. Railroad. 

Gimble Martin, carpenter, res. 129 E. Market. 

Gimble Michael, clerk J. K. Sharpe, res. 326 S. Delaware. 

Girard Elias, laborer, res. 99 S. Louisiana. 
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US^DER LBTTLE'S HOTEL, 

Cor. of E. Wasliington & New Jersey Sis., 
IHDIAHAPOLIS. lUB. 
JOHN LEDLIE, 




A VERY FINE SELECTION OF 
Alwaj's on hand. 

Oysters and Game in their Season. 



A. G. WILLARD. 



A. B. WILLARD. 



A. B. WILLARD & CO., 

DEALERS IN 

STAPLE auo FAnm 




M \\ MM 











East Washington Street, Indianapolis, Ind. 



Are also Agents for Hanna & Carpenter's celebrated Satinett and 
Jeans Warps, and James Smith & Co.'s Machine Cords, unsur- 
passed in quality, and warranted in every particular. Shut- 
tles, Pickers, Combplate and Emery always on hand. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 



99 



Gisic'king Frederick, blixcksmith, res. Davidson. 

Githens v., res. 100 S. Noble. 

Givan John, M. D., office 25 Eamsey's Block, Illinois. 

Givens John, clerk James Hart & Co., bds. 30 Ohio, cor. Illi- 
nois. 

GLASER & BROTHERS, merchant tailors, 2 Bates House. 

Glaser Julius, (G. & Bros.,) res. 15 N. East. 

Glaser Max, (G. & Bros.,) res 85 N. Illinois. 

Glazier Mrs. Catharine, res. 114 S. New Jersey. 

(ilazier Charles, (Bradshaw & G.,) res. 100 Virginia avc. 

Glazier Daniel, machinist, res. S. New Jerse3\ 

Glazier Francis P., machinist, res. 34 Georgia. 

GLENN'S BLOCK, E. AVashington, bet. Meridian, and 
Pennsylvania. 

GLENN W. & H. & CO., wholesale and retail dry goods, 
Glenn's Block, E. Washington. 

GLENN HUGH, (W. & II. G. & Co.,) bds. 73 N. Meri- 
dian. 

GLENN R. J., (W. & H. G. & Co..) bds. 73 N. Meridian. 

GLENN WILLIAM, (W. k II. G. & Co.,) res. 73 N. Meri- 
dian. 

Glutz Martin, blacksmith, bds. 135 W. Maryland. 

Goddard Samuel, stone cutter, 71 Missouri. 

GOEBEL JOHN G., cabinet warerooms, 82 W. Washing- 
ton, res. 52 South. 

GCEPPER FREDERICK, merchant tailor, 15 E. Washing- 
ton, res. Gl N. Illinois. 

Goff Mrs. Eliza, (col.,) res. 127 N. West. 

GOGAN JAMES, printer Sentinel Office, res. G4 Merrill. 

GOLD ADAM, groceries and provisions, W. Washington, 
opp. Woolen Factor}-, res. 191 W. Washington. 

Gold Samuel, clerk, bds. 191 W. Washington. 

Gold William, clerk, bds. 191 W, Washington. 

Goldman Jacob, peddler, res. 211 S. Alabama. 

GOLDSBERRY LIVINGSTON D., wholesale and retail 
stoves and tinware, 182 E. Washington, res. 43 N. Penn- 
sylvania. 

Golds'berry S. S., with W. P. Bingham & Co., bds. 7 E. Ohio. 

Goldsmith Myers, clerk Glaser & Bros. 

Goodbar A. M., bds. R. B. Duncan. 

Goodlieart Benjamin F., bds. Wm. Spotts. 

Goodman Andi-ew, tailor, res. 50 E. Market. 

GOODWIN REV. ELIJAH, (Christian,) editor Christian 
Record, res. Wisconsin ave. 

GOODWIN REV. THOMAS A., editor Indiana American, 
res. 184 E. Ohio. 

Goohe Claudius C, bds. GG S. Delaware. 

Gordon James, teamster, res. G9 Indiana ave. 



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GORDON & BEAL, attorneys at law, 6 Glenn's Block, E. 
Washington. 

GORDON GEORGE E., attorney at law, Odd Fellows' 
Hall, res. 92 N. Pennsylvania. 

Gordon Jonathan W., (G. & Beal,) res. 144 N. Illinois. 

Gore James, salesman J. C. Yohn, bds. cor. Delaware and 
Vermont. 

Gorham George L., bricklayer, res. 179 N. Mississippi. 

Gorham John M., blacksmith, 76 Indiana ave., res. 109 
Michigan. 

Gorham Perry S., blacksmith, bds. 109 Michigan. 

Gorrell Willis A., clerk H. Babcock, bds. 78 Massachusetts 
ave. 

Gorrell Mrs. Isabella, res 78 Massachusetts ave. 

Gosney George R., clerk, bds. Tiilly House. 

Goth Peter, clerk, res. 237 N. New Jersey. 

Goth Valentine, cooper, res. 77 N. Spring. 

GOTT & FEATHERSTON, auction and commission mer- 
chants, 48 E. Washington. 

Gott John, tailor, res. 150 N. Liberty. 

Gott Thomas, (G. & Featherston,) res. 147 S. Tennessee. 

Goughen Thomas, laborer, res. 186 S. Delaware. 

Gowan Samuel, spinner, res. cor. AVest and W. Washing- 
ton. 

Gowins Canada, cooper, west end North. 

Grabhorn Henr}^, varnish er Spiegel, Thoms & Co. 

Graffort George, (col.,) barber, res. alley, S. W. Vermont. 

Graham A., clerk, bds. 151 N. East. 

Graham Samuel, switchman, res. 148 N. Mississijipi. 

Graham W. A., with McCord & Wheatley, res. 50 Benton. 

Graham Rev. William, (Meth. 4'pis.,) res. 107 N. Tennessee. 

Graham Wm. S., driver Adams' Express, res. cor. Pennsyl- 
vania and Ohio. 

GRAMLTNG J. & P., merchant tailors and clothiers, 41 E. 
Washington. 

Gramling John, (J. & P. G.,) res. 114 N. Noble. 

Gramling Peter, (J. & P. G.,) res. 114 N. Noble. 

Graney John, laborer, res. 35 E. Market. 

Granrut John L., laborer, res. 139 N. Liberty. 

Gray Columbus V., moulder, res. 250 S. Delaware. 

Gray John, laborer, res. 192 N. New Jersey. 

Gray John W., shoemaker, 5 W. Washington, res. 81 South. 

Gray Jonathan, brick mason, 252 'S. Delaware. 

Gray Major, moulder, res. 250 S. Delaware. 

Gra}'' Robert, 64 South. 

Gray Samuel R., teamster, 8 S. Mississippi. 

Gray Thomas, bds. 64 South. 

Gray William, bakery, 64 South, res. same. 



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Graydoii Alexander, township librarian, res. National Road, 

east of town two miles. 
Greab John, stone mason, res. 151 N. Liberty. 
Greany Thomas, baggageman I. & C. Pailroad. 
Greaser Frank, turner, 209 S. Pennsylvania. 
GREAT WESTERN DISPATCH,' T. A. Lewis, agent, 

office at A. Wallace's, cor. Virginia ave. and Delaware. 
Green Allen T., painter and varnisher, res. 40 E. Louisiana. 
Green Geo., tailor, res. cor. Fifth and Mississippi. 
GEEEX JAMES, secretary and treasarer E. I. & C. Eail- 

road, 3 Post Office Building, res. 93 N. Meridian. 
Green John, tailor Dessar Brothers. 

Greene N. Scott, clerk Stewart & Bowen, bds. 93 N. Me- 
ridian. 
Greenert Henry, tailor, 112 E. \V'ashington. 
Greenewald Henry, cabinet maker, 79 Davidson, res. same. 
Greenfield Daniel C., clerk, bds. 229 ^Y. Washington. 
Greenfield Eobert, res. 229 AY. Washington. 
Greenleaf Alvin C, machinist, res. 114 E. Vermont. 
Greenleaf C. A., machinist, bds. Tremont House. 
Greenleaf Edward, master machinist, res. N. W. cor. Ohio 

and Mississippi. 
Greenstein A., hostler, bds. G7 N. New Jersey. 
Greensteinner George, (Herrmon & G.,) res. 114 E. Market. 
Greenwood James W., brakeman, bds. 51 E. Georgia. 
Greer Mrs. Susan J., bds. 19 N. East. 
Greer William II., carpenter, res. 17G S. Mississippi. 
Gregg James, wagon maker, 5G Indiana ave. 
Greggoiy David, fur and skin dealer, 05 W. Washington, 

res. 73 W. South. 
Gregoare August, tailor, bds. G7 N. Noble. 
GREIN & THALMAN, bakers, 214 E. Washington. 
Grein John, (G. & Thalman,) res. 214 E. Washington. 
Greiner John, shoemaker, bds. 51 S. Illinois. 
Greit John, butchei, res. 184 S. Delaware. 
GRESH PEOF. BENJAMIN F., musician, 101 AV. New 

York. 
Gresham Eobert, baggage master Jefltersonville Eailroad, 

bds. 53 N. Pennsylvania. 
Grcshiraer Moritz, clerk M. Dernham. bds. 2 S. Penn.s}-!- 

vania. 
Grenzard Louis S., painter, res. E. Washington. 
Grieb John G., stone mason, res. 151 N. Liberty. 
Griener John, shoemaker, bds. 51 S. Illinois. 
Grffin Enos, laborer, res. S. Missouri. 
Griffin James, laborer, 300 S. Delaware. 
GritTin Michael, res. G7 Bright. 
Griffin Patrick, laborer, res. 316 S. Delaware. 



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Griffin Patrick, laborer, bds. 38 S. Alabama. 

Griffin Thomas, laborer, 5 Bates. 

Griffin Timothy, cabinet maker, bds. E. Knight. 

Griffis Lewis J., currier, bds. Ray House. 

Griffith George, plasterer, res. 22 N. New Jersey. 

Griffith H., retired, res. 52 N. Illinois. 

Griffith I. R., res. 32 S. Mississippi. 

GEIFFITH SAMUEL, car builder, res. 263 S. East. 

Grim William, laborer, bds. Union Hall. 

Grimm Jacob, blacksmith, bds. 106 St. Joseph. 

Griswell John N., carpenter, res. Blake. 

GftOBE CHARLES H., book binder and paper box maker, 
125 E. Washington, res. same. 

Grooms A. C, book-keeper Journal office, res. 107 Indiana 
ave. 

Grooms Moses, printer Journal office, bds. 44 X. Penns}^- 
vania. 

Grosch John, teamster, res. 113 iST. Noble. 

Groschel Charles, tailor, res. 135 N. Liberty. 

Gross William H., laborer, res. 114 W. Vermont. 

Groter Henry, laborer post office, res. 3 N. New Jersey. 

GROUT JOSEPH B., boots and shoes, 26 W. Maryland. 

Grubbs D. W., clerk ^Etna Insurance Co., bds. 87 N. Me- 
ridian. 

Gruenert Henry, tailor F. Gcjepper, res. Washington ad- 
joining Union Hall. 

Guard D. E., clerk Smith & Stevenson, bds. 94 N. West. 

Guildersleive Miss Eliza, school teacher, bds. 14 N. Me- 
ridian. 

Gukh Edward, machinist, 32 S. Illinois. 

GULICK JOHN P., meats, fruits and vegetables, N. Penn- 
sj'lvania, near Odd Fellows' Hall, res. 26 Massachusetts 
ave. 

GULICK SAMUEL W., scenic and frescoe painter, orders 
left at box 167 post office. 

Gulliver AVilliam, barber cellar Blake's Row, res. 36 Ken- 
tucky ave. 

Gummer Albert, machinist, bds. 32 S. Illinois. 

Guss Louis, blacksmith, bds. Mrs. Cook. 

GUSTIN DR. LEVI, opthalmic ph^'-sician, office cor. 
Louisiana and Illinois, res. 53 W. South. 

GUSTIN E. Q., solicitor for Hall's New Patent Lightning 
Rod, bds. 53 South. 

Gutherie Edward, printer, bds. 71 W. Maryland. 

Gutig Henry, barber, res. 113 E. Market. 

Gutperle Peter, laborer, res. 112 N. Noble. 

Guttnecht John, painter, res. 105 Fort Wayne ave. 

Gyte Nicholas, turner, bds. Jackson House. 



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H 

Haas George, baker, bds. 150 N. Xew Jersey. 

Hackelbiirgh Samuel, boot and shoe maker, res. cor. Mary- 
land and Meridian. 

Ilackett William, laborer, res. 22 S. Liberty. 

Hackhiser John C. clerk Boston Store, bds. Mrs. iDVider's. 

HacI<ston Christopher, res. 50 Union. 

Hackumber Charley, finisher, res. S. Delaware. 

Hadley William, (Taylor, Wright & H.,) res. 151 X. Dela- 
ware. 

Haerle William, clerk Klotz & Pfafflin, bds. 16 W. Georgia. 

IIAFXEE A. k F., boot and shoe makers, 103 W. Washing- 
ton. 

Hafner August, (A. & F. H.,) boot and shoe maker, res. 103 
W. Washington. 

Hafner Frank, (A. & F. H.,) res. 185 W. AVashiugton. 

Hagar Edward, assistant book-keeper with S. A. Fletcher, 
bds. 13 Circle. 

Hagar Isaac A., book-keei^er Fletcher's Bank, bds. 31 
Cii'cle. 

Hagerhorst Mrs. Mary, res. 156 S. Tennessee. 

Hagerhorst William, clerk C. F. Hagerhorst. 

HAGEEHOEST CHRISTIAN F., family grocer, 28 S 
Illinois, cor. Maryland. 

Haggart William, blacksmith L. & I. Eailroad. 

Hahan Jacob, baker, bds. 55 Maryland. 

Hahan Jacob, tailor, bds. Pennsylvania House. 

Hahn Andrew, boarding 'house, S. East. 

Ilahn Phillip, musician, res. 68 Fort Wayne ave. 

HAIIX LOUIS, butcher, 104 W. Washington, res. same. 

Hahn Henry, musician, 68 Fort AVayne ave. 

HAIIX HEXEY, proprietor East Street House, near Peru 
Depot. 

Hahn Charles, peddler, res. bet. 3Iarket and Ohio. 

Haider Julius, carpenter, res. 160 E. Washington, up stairs. 

Haightcomb Phillip, di'iver, res. 7 E. Xew York. 

Hakelburg Samuel, boot and shoe maker with Edgar & 
Frazee, res. cor. Maryland and Meridian. 

Hakell Thurlow, carpenter, 82 W. Maryland. 

Hale II. J., machinist, res. 151 X. Illinois. 

Hale}' Jerry, laborer, res. 35 E. Market. 

Haley wid. Timothy, res. X. Xew Jersey. 

Hall Charles W., attorney at law, bds. Bates House. 

Hall Charlie, res. 94 X. Illinois. 

HALL ELI A., merchant tailor, 2 Odd Fellows' Hall, res. 
124 X. Pennsylvania. 



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Hall Harry L., conductor I. & C. Railroad, bds. Bates 
House. 

Hall Jane, seamstress, 95 N. Pennsylvania. 

Hall Lewis, tailor, 66 Pennsylvania. 

HALL LYTEL, pump maker, R. Vermont, near Massa- 
chusetts ave., res. 178 S. Tennessee. 

Hall I^v. Perry, (Christian,) res. 172 N. Tennessee. 

Hall Kichard M., (Spann & Hall.) res. 123 N. New Jersey, 
cor. Michigan. 

HALL REGINALD H., attorney at laAV, office 24i E. 
Washington, res. 47 N. Meridian. 

Hall William, machinist, bds. 51 Louisiana. 

HALL DR. WILLIAM, agent for Locke & Munson's 
Patent Lightning Rod, S. W. cor. Washington and Me- 
ridian, res. 5 E. New York. 

Ilallahan Cornelius, res. 33 Elsworth. 

Hallahan Jeremiah, laborer, res. Elizabeth, bet. Blake and 
Dunlop. 

Hallahan Louis, shoemaker, bds. 48 Massachusetts ave. 

Hallahan Mike, laborer, res. Elizabeth. 

Ilalliday Rev. William A., res. 102 N. Alabama. 

Ilalpin Martin, printer Journal office, bds. Mrs. Kinder's. 

Ilalten William, shoemaker, bds. 51 S. Illinois. 

Halter Casper, piano maker, bds. Tremont House. 

Hambaugh Charles, waiter Little's Hotel. 

Hambaugh Thomas, steward Little's Hotel. 

Hamblen Vincent, farmer, res. 65 E. St. Joseph. 

Hamer Thomas, moulder, bds. Ray House. 

Hamer Thomas, laborer, res. 83 N. Davidson. 

HAMILTON JOHN W., attorney at law and notary pub- 
lic, office Court House, res. National Road, two miles 
from town. 

Hamilton William, machinist Bcllefontaine shop, res. 44 S. 
Noble. 

Hamilton William II., book binder, bds. Mrs. Bright, Indi- 
ana ave. 

Hammar John, porter J. Lindley, bds. Farmers' Hotel. 

Hammel Andrew, blacksmith, res. 71 N. Davidson. 

HAMMOND A. A., Lieutenant Governor of the State of 
Indiana, bds. Bates House. 

Hammond Daniel, city car No. 10, res. Blake. 

Hammond Walter P., printer Sentinel office, bds. 138 S. 
Delaware. 

Hanager Michael, machinist, bds. 51 N. Delaware. 

Hand Adolphus, brick mason, res. 11 McCarty. 

Hand Geo. H., printer Journal office. 

Hand Mi'S. Mary A., dress maker, 11 Indiana ave., res. 
same. 



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Hand Thomas B., res. 11 Indiana ave. 

llanf Andrew, Bellefontaine Eailroad shop, res. 151 X. New 
Jersey. 

Hanf Valentine, laborer, res. 123 N. Noble. 

Hanley Mrs. Jane, (col.,) wash woman, res. 79 Massachu- 
setts ave. 

HANLIN k BARNITT, druggists, 172 E. Washing-ton. 

Hanlin William, (H. & Barnitt,) bds. Little's Hotel. 

Hanlon Mrs. Maiyanne, wash woman, res. 148 E. New 
York. 

Ilann A. W., turner, bds. 21 N. Alabama. 

Ilann Henry, porter American House. 

Hanna John, constable, res. 203 E. St. Clair. 

Hauna Samuel C, book keeper, bds. Macy House. 

Hanna V. C, produce and commission merchant and agent 
for Queen City Mills, cor. Alabama and Louisiana, res. 
89 Virginia ave. 

Hannah Samuel, secretary and treasurer of Indiana Central 
Eailroad, res. 26 N. Meridian. 

Hanning John G., (Eamsay & H.,") res. 155 Vermont. 

Hannaman Douglas, with William Hannaman. 

HANNAMAN WILLIAM, drugs and medicines, 40 E. 
Washington, res. 2^ miles National Road. 

Hanranhan Patrick, boarding house, 184 S. Tennessee. 

Hansen Charles, grocer, 50 Bluft' lioad. res. same. 

HANWAY SAMUEL, grocer, cor. E. Washington and Vir- 
ginia ave., res. 75 N. New Jersey. 

Happ George, cabinet maker, bds. Kentucky ave. 

Harahn John, laborer, res. 210 S. Tennessee. 

Harbert Enoch, butcher, res. 150 Blake. 

Harbison Alexander, student Bryant's Commercial College, 
res. 70 W. Vermont. 

Harbison Mrs. Sarah, 70 W. Vermont. 

Hardesty E. J., engineer Jeffersonville Railroad, bds. Ray 
House. 

Harden vSamuel, confectioner, bds. 76 E. Washington. 

Hardin E. C, carpenter Bellefontaine shoj), res. l73 S. New 
J ersey . 

Harding Thomas W., carriage trimmer, res. 106 N. Penn- 
sylvania. 

Harding Wm. H., railroad contractor, res. 126 N. Illinois. 

Harding William, laborer, res. 94 Union. 

Harkness John, (Elder & H.,) res. 77 N. Pennsylvania. 

Harle William, clerk Chas. Mayer, bds. 16 Georgia. 

Harlin J. W., clerk N. 31. Ross, res. 78 N. Tennessee. 

Harlin James W., (Hedges & H.,) bds. 78 N. Tennessee. 

Harmon Daniel, bds. 95 S. Tennessee. 

Harmon John M., res. 27 S. Liberty. 



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Harmon Patrick, laborer, res. 108 N. Davidson. 

Harness Solomon, laborer, 47 McCai'ty. 

Harper Henry, cooper, 92 Bluff Eoad. 

Harper John A., tinner, res. 1G9 !N". Delaware, bet. ^orth 

and Wood. 
Harper John L., civil eni^ineer, office 2G3 Washington, res. 

115 N. Illinois. 
Harrington Dennis, laborer, res. 14 S. East. 
Harrington George H., with Dodge & Scott, Glenn's block, 

res. 37 N. New Jersey. 
Harrington Patrick, clerk, bds. Pay House. 
Harrington Timothy, laborer, res. 149 S. Mississippi. 
Harris Charles E., carpenter, res. 114 W. Ohio. 
Harris Charles, carj^enter, res. 61 S. jSTew Jersey. 
Harris E. D., hatter, res. 107 W. Ohio. 
Harris E., dyer and scourer, 79 S. Meridian. 
Harris Henry, (col.,) bds. 26 North. 

Harris Isaac, miller Patterson's Mills, res. 169 W^. Vermont. 
HARRIS J. W., proprietor Farmers' and Drovers' Hotel, 

212, 214 and 216 W. Washington. 
Harris John W., bds. 126 E, Washington. 
HARRIS JOSEPH, tailor and scourer, 38 S. Illin^s, bds. 

Treraont House. 
Harris J., jr., tailor and dyer, 19 S. Meridian, res. same. 
Harris Lewis, hackdriver with A. R. Hyde, bds. Little's 

Hotel. 
Harris Mand}', (col.,) porter Stewart and Bowen. 
Harris M., (col.,) porter D. Roberts. 
Harris Silas, teamster, res. 61 S. New Jersey. 
Harris Wm. F., clerk Bellefontaine R. R. freight office, bds. 

cor. Washington and Alabama. 
Harrison Alfred, (A. & J. C. S. H.,) res. 61 N. Meridian. 
HARRISON A. & J. C. S., bankers, 19 E. W^ashington. 
HARRISON'S BANK, Alfred & J. C. S. Harrison, 19 E. 

Washington. 
Harrison Benjamin, (Wallace & H.,) res. 127 N. Alabama. 
Harrison James H., teller Harrison's Bank, bds. 61 N. Me- 
ridian. 
Harrison James, cooper, 14 McCarty. 
Harrison Mrs., res. 136 Virginia ave. 
Harrison John C. S., (A. & J. C. S. H.,) 63 N. Meridian. 
HARRISON W. M., bookkeeper Sentinel office, res. 63 W. 

N. York. 
Harrman Jacob, livery stable, res. 112 E. Market. 
Harsch Frederick, laborer, bds. 121 Fort Wayne ave. 
HART JAMES & CO., grocers and commission merchants, 

wines and liquors, 84 E. Washington. 
Hart James, (J. H. & Co.,) res. cor. Ohio and Illinois. 



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Ilarter John A., foreman Eoot, Bonnet & Co., E. Washing- 
ton, res. 139 N. DekiAvare. 

Ilarting Fred, brewery, res. 9 S. Ahibama. 

llartmanu Charles, bfikcr in Bates House, res. (J3 N. New 
Jersey. 

Hartman Christian, watchman Union depot, res. 15 N. 
Eailroad. 

Hartman Christopher, works Bates' City ]\[il]s, res. 139 E. 
Ohio. 

Hartman Frederick, wagon maker, bds. 12 Fletcher's uve. 

Hartman Matthew, plasterer, res. 108 IST. Alabama. 

Hartman Oswald, shoemaker, bds. S. Illinois. 

Hartman Peter, cigar maker, bds. Union Hall. 

Hartwell Capt. Ephraim, bookkeeper Bates House. 

Hartewig Henry W., drayman, res. 123 N. Davidson. 

Haskell Ceorgei carpenter, 82 W. Maryland. 

Haskell Wm., carpenter, bds. 82 W. Maryland. 

HASKET & KYLE, pump manutacturers. Pearl, rear of 
Post Office. 

Hasket E., (H. & Kyle.) bds. Farmers" Hotel. 

Hashm I., superiutendent Belletontaine machine shop, 
liTs. S. East 

Haslup J. D., foreman of machine shop of Bellefoutainc E. 
R., res. 221 East. 

Hass Frederick, laborer, res. 68 W. Ohio. 

Ilass Peter, bookkeeper Farmers' Hotel, res. 55 S. Illinois. 

HA8SELMAN & YINTOX, Washington Foundry and ma- 
chine shop. opp. Union Passenger Depot. 

Ilasselman L. W., (H. c<c Yinton.) res. 38 S. Meridian. 

Hassey Thomas D., res. cor. West and Maryland. 

Hastings Edward, printer, res. 119 E. Market. 

Hattcomb Charles, carpenter, res. 200 S. Delav>-are. 

Ilattendori Heniy, res. 10-1 E. AYashington. 

Hauborniio Ilenr}', well digger, res. 103 W. Kew York. 

Haucisen J. F., store keeper Bates House. 

Haufier John, laborer, res. 208 N. Alabama. 

Haugh Adam, blacksmith, res. 6 N. Meridian. 

Ilaugh Benjamin F\, blacksmith, foreman Williamson & 
Haugh, res. 164 N. Pennsjdvania. 

1 laugh Jacob, laborer, bds. 20 N. Pennsylvania. 

Haugh J. E., teller in Fletcher's Bank, bds. 6 N. Meridian. 

Haugh Emanuel, (Williamson & 11.,) res. 118 E. Yermont. 

HAUGHEY THEODOEE P., secretary, treasurer and gen- 
eral ticket agent Peru E. E., office at depot, res. lOO N. 
Penn.s3dvania. 

Hauphart Henrv, shoemaker, res. 188 S. Delaware. 

HAUSMANN H. & CO., Fancy Bazaar, 6 E. Washington. 

Ilausmann H., (JI. H. & Co.,) bds. Bates House. 



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Havens Mrs. Susan, 26 Union. 

HAWES GEO. W., State fi^azetteor and directory publisher, 
office Sentinel building, bds. American House. 

HaAves M., (col.,) porter, res. North. 

Hawk Jacob, hostler, bds. Mi*s. Ferguson. 

Hawk William, clerk Colman & Brother, res. 117 S. Ala- 
bama. 

Hawkins wid. John, res. 5(3 S. Noble. 

HAWTHOENE CHAELES E., china, glass and queens- 
Avare, 83 E. Washington, res. 177 E. Washington. 

Hawthorne William M., salesman H. Babcock, bds. W. H. 
Lingenfelter. 

HAYDEN'S COMMEECIAL COLLEGE, S. W. cor. Wash- 
ington and Meridian, J. C. Hayden, principal. 

Haj'den James C, principal Hayden's Commercial College. 

Hayes A., cutter, bds. 70 JST. Tennessee. 

Hayes Patrick, laborer, res. 19 S. Georgia. 

Hays Barton S., (Hays & Eunnion,) res. 132 N. Alabama. 

Hay James, blacksmith, bds. W. Market. 

HAYS & EUNNION, photographic artists, 32i E. Washing- 
ton. 

Hays y/illiam, engineer I. C. E. E., bds. Davidson. § 

Haynes Edward S., baker, res. 40 Philip. 

Haynes James, millwright, res. 26 N. Delaware. 

HAYNES PHILLIP, wholesale confectioner and dealer in 
fruits. 40 W. Washington, res. same. 

Haynes Wm., printer Journal office, bds. 27 N. Delaware. 

Haywood Alfred, carpenter Bellefontaine shop, 52 S. Dela- 
ware. 

Healy Oliver, engineer, res. 142 Dougherty. 

Heart Leon, res. 161 S. Delaware. 

Heath wid. Chas., res. 18 S. East. 

Heathington Christopher, bds. 255 S. Delaware. 

Heaton Wm., conductor Jeff. & I. E. E., bds. American 
House. 

Heck Mrs., res. 164 E. Washington, up stairs. 

Heck Joseph, omnibus driver Little's Hotel. 

Heckman C, flour and feed store, 266 E. Washington. 

HEBBLE JOHN, prop'r of Gait House, Illinois, near Union 
Depot. 

Hedge A., conductor, I. & P. E. E., res. 225 S. Delaware. 

Hedge N. IL, conductor, B. E. R., res. 225 S. Delaware. 

Hedges Alex., (II. & Harlin,) bds. 103 N. Tennessee. 

Hedges Elijah, cabinet maker, 70 W. Washington. 

HEDGES & IIAELIN, city bill posters, office Sentinel 
buildings. 

Hedges Isaac L., book-keeper Stewart & Bowen, res. 103 
N. Tennessee. 



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Hedderich Casper, carver, bds. 64 S. Noble. 

Hedderich Peter, machinist, res. G6 N. Noble. 

Heel}^ Ann, dressmaker, res. 11 Alabama. 

Hees Sebastian, laborer, res. 80 N. Illinois. 

Heffren Delo**, Deputy 8ec'y of State, bds. Palmer House. 

IIEIDEN REICH CHRISTOPHER, saloon and restaurant, 
168 E. AVashington, res. 7 New Jersey. 

Ileider Julius, car|)enter, 160 Washington, 3d floor. 

HEIDLINGKR JOHN A., cigars and tobacco, also dealer 
in choice teas, 10 N. Illinois and 3 Palmer House, res. 
cor. Illinois and Market. 

Heimburgh & Co., coopers, alley cor. N. Liberty, bet. Wash- 
ington and Market. 

Heimburgh Frederick, (H. & Co.,) res. 25 Centre. 

Heimer wid. Jacob, res. 160 S. New Jersey. 

Heine Henry, bootmaker, Stephenson, bet. East and Dela- 
ware. 

Heine John, clerk Klotz & Pfatiiin, bds. 16 W. Georgia. 

Heiner Mrs. Ann, res. 160 S. New Jei'sey. 

Ileiner Francis, bds. 100 Vii"ginia ave. 

Heiner John, bds. 100 Virginia ave. 

Heinrichs Charles, grocer, 61, res. 63 Madison ave. 

Ileinstn Anton}', teamster, res. 12 S. West. 

Heir Frank, works Central Depot, bds. Cincinnati House. 

Heiser Conrad, carpenter, bds. 172 N. Noble. 

Heiser John, laborer, res. 172 N. Noble. 

Heiser Theodore, teacher, bds. Washington S. E. cor. East. 

Heitkam Charles, musician, res. S. Delaware. 

Heitkam George, tailor, bds. New York bet. Meridian and 
Pennsylvania. 

Heitz Lewis, striker, res. 27 S. Liberty. 

Ileizer Edward, res. 243 N. New Jersey. 

Ileizer James, butcher, res. 131 E. Market. 

Ileizmann Matthias, saw filer, bds. C. Rassmann. 

Ilelfe Henr}-, laborer, i-es. 150 S. New Jersey. 

Heifmann Jacob, baker, bds. 165 S. Delaware. 

Helm Adam, carpenter, res. 62 N. Noble. 

Helm Henry, stone mason, res. "Washington east of Noble. 

Ilelwig Charles, carpenter, res. 113 E. Ohio. 

Hembaugh Joseph, laborer, res. 44 S. East. 

Ilembr}' Joseph, blacksmith, bds. A. Hines. 

Hemmerling John, packer Jacob Lindley, bds. Farmer's 
Hotel. 

Hemner Charles, weaver, res. California. 

Hemp Henry, res. 150 S. New^ Jersey. 

Henchen William, carpenter, bds. 68 Merrill. 

Henderson Andrew, engineer, res. 330 S. Delaware. 

Henderson Duncan, agent sewing machine, res. 52 Bates. 



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Henderson J., laborer, res. 25 S. Aliibama. 

HENDEESON WILLIAM, attorney at law and agent of 

^Etna Insuranee Co., otBce 14 N. Pennsylvania, res. 163 

N. Illinois. 
Henderson William AV., plasterer, res. 165 E. Kew York. 
HENDRICKS & CO., wholesale boots and shoes, 76 W. 

Washington. 
Hendrieks Isaac, res. 110 Blake. 
Hendricks James, teamster, 81 Bluff road. 
Hendricks Victor K., (H. & Co.,) bds. Bates House. 
Hennesse Daniel, res. 56 Bright. 
IlJ'NNING & STELZELL,' prop'rs Bates House shaving 

saloon, ]^. Illinois. 
Henning F. A., (H. & Stelzell,) bds. Bates House. 
HENNINGER CHARLES & CO., manufacturers and 

dealers in tobacco and cigars, 42 E. Wasliington. 
Henninger Charles. (C. H. A'^Co.,) bds. 69 N. Delaware. 
Henninger G., (C. II. & Co..) bds. 69 N. Delaware. 
HENNINGER RICHARD, publisher Indiana Free Press, 

office 83 E. Washington, res. 69 N. Delaware. 
Henry E., bds. Harris. 
Henry George, porter Farmer's Hotel. 
Henry George, Avoodsawj^er, res. 226 N. New Jersey. 
Henry John, laborer, res. 61 E. St. Joseph. 
Henry Joseph, carpenter, res. S. Georgia. 
Henr}^ Lawrence, laborer, res. 182 East. 
HERALD k ERA, Williamson & Lee, editors and pub- 
lishers, 66^ E. Washington. 
Ilereth George, res. 9 Vermont. 
Hereth Henry, carpenter, res. 131 N. Noble. 
Hereth John C, (Ilinesley & IL.) res. 29 N. Noble. 
Hereth Louis, laborer, res. 181 E. Vermont. 
Hereth Peter, carpenter, res. 72 S. East. 
Herman wid. George, res. 332 S. Delaware. 
Herman Jacob, carpenter, bds. E. Washington. 
Hermann John, cabinet maker, bds. Union Hall. 
Herrmann John, bar tender Tremont saloon, bds. Tremont 

House. 
HERRMON & GREENSTEINNER, undertakers, 114 E. 

Market. 
Ilerrmon J., (II. & Greensteinner,) res. 114 E. ^iarket. 
Herrington Patrick, clerk, bds. Ray house. 
Hervey James, res. Louisiana. 

Hertzman Martin, saw filer, Delaware S. of Washington. 
Hesling B., tailor, res. 160 E. Washington. 
Hesse Henry, painter and varnisher, bds. cor. Merrill and 

Alabama. 
Hctherington Benjamin F., machinist, res. 91 Bridge. 



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Iletherington Christopher, machinist, bds. 255 S. Deh\wiirc. 

llctselgcsser Samuel, miller, res. 148 S. Illinois. 

lleyser Henry, plasterer, res. 177 N. Railroad. 

lleuel Francis, bootmaker, bds. 188 8. Delaware. 

Iliatt John R., house painter, res. 32 E. Market. 

lliatt John, cabinet maker, 28 Forest ave., Fletcher's add. 

IIICKOK & vSTAKR, hats, caps and furs, 30 W. Washin<>-Lon. 

HIELSCHER THEODORE, editor Indiana Free Press, 
res. cor. AVashington & Alabama. 

High Rev. B. D., bds. 51 N. Tennessee. 

Ilighet James, stone cutter, res. S. Alabama. 

Higgins Andrew F., chair maker, bds. Penu EIousc. 

Higgins S. Ross, American Express messenger Bcllefontainc 
R. R., bds. Bates house. 

Higgins William B., silver plater, res. 136 N. Alabama. 

Hightcomb John, cabinet maker, res. N. Winston. 

Higley Win., blacksmith, bds. 44 N. Pennsylvania. 

Hildebrand Jacob S., clerk J. H. Vagen, res. Ill N. Illinois. 

Hildybrand Henrich, carpenter, res. 97 Fort Wayne ave. 

IJildemeyer Harmon, boot and shoe maker, bds. 54 N. Noble. 

Hilgenburg Christopher H., butcher, res. 127 N. Delaware. 

Hill Mrs. Fanny L. C, bds. 55 S. Illinois. 

Hill Frank, laborer, 186 N. Tennessee. 

HILL GEORGE W., saw and planing mill, cor. East and 
Georgia, res. 68 S. East. 

Hill, George W., (col.,) cook Pyle house, res. 105 AV. North. 

Hill George W., auctioneer, res. 55 S. Illinois. 

Hill James, res. 38 N. Alabama. 

HILL J OSCAR, plaining mill, bds. 68 S. East. 

HILL REV. JOHN, (Meth. Epis.,) bds. 143 N. Pennsylva- 
nua. 

Hill John F., nurseryman, res. 38 N. Alabama. 

Hill W^illiain O., clerk A. B. Willard & Co., res. 26 N. Penn- 
sylvania. 

Ilillis D., room, 140 N. Delaware. 

Hillman Frederick II., laborer, P. & I. R. R., res Fletcher's 

addition. 
Hillman William, blacksmith, 306 and 310 Virginia ave. 
Hilt Charles W., salesman Edgar and Frazee, bds. Palmer 

House. 
Hilt Frank L., carriage blacksmith, bds. 72 W. Maryland. 
Himbough Joseph, laborer, res. 44 N. East. 
Hinckley D. J., clerk B. R. R., office, bds. Bates house. 
Ilinde Edward, clerk Miss M. E. Ilindo, 155 E. Washington. 
HINDE MISS M. E., groceries and provisions, under Lit- 
tles Hotel. 
Hinde P. J., groceries and provisions, res. Massachusetts 
ave. cor. Delaware. 



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Hinds F., res. 74 JST. East. 

Hinds Jesse, brickniason, res. 74 N. East. 

Hinds Solonian, brickniason, res. 38 N. East. 

Hine Cliarles, laborer, res. N. Davidson. 

Hi nor Jacob, laborer, Kregelo, Blake & Co. 

HINES EDWAED, professor of music and dancing, bds. 
18 N. East. 

HINES C. C, attorney, office Johnston's Building, E. Wash- 
ington, res. 152 N. Pennsylvania. 

Hinesley Andrew J., ( H. & Hereth,) res. 119 Massachusetts 
ave. 

HINESLEY & HERETH, saddles, harness and saddlery 
hardware, 34 W. Washington. 

Hinesley John, butcher, bds. National Hotel. 

Hinesley William, (Allen & H.,) res. 5G S. Illinois, 

Hinesley William, butcher, bds. National Hotel. 

Hininger George, laborer, res. 51 E. St. Joseph. 

Hinton James, carpenter, res. 155 E. Massachusetts ave. 

Hirsching Theodore, architect, bds. 61 N. Illinois. 

Hiser Charles, blacksmith, bds. cor. North and Noble. 

Hiss Frederick, shoemaker, bds. 89 N. Illinois. 

Hitchcock Alex., secret police, res. 119 N. Alabama. 

Hitcomb Phillip, laborer, res. New York bet. Pennsylvania 
and Meridian. 

Aobbs Abner, res. 10 N. Mississippi. 

Hobbs Eev. A. J., (Christian,) res. 159 N. New Jersey. 

Hobson John, machinist, I. & C. 11. R, bds. 51 S. Louisiana. 

Hobt Robert, res. 209 N. Alabama. 

Hockersmith Thomas M., baggagemaster I. & C. R. R.. bds. 
Tremont house. 

Hodgson Isaac, architect, room 5 Glenn's block, res. N. Me- 
ridian. 

Hoefgean Samuel B., law student, bds. N. 44 Pennsylvania. 

Iloehn Rev. Matthias, (G. E. Association,) alley, bet. New 
Jersey and East. 

Hocreth George J., carpenter, res. 137 N. East. 

Hoffman Casper, blacksmith, res. 224 N. Alabama. 

Hoffman Henry, tanneiy, bet. Washington and Maryland, 
res. 197 E. Washington. 

Hoffman Jacob, paper box maker, res. cor. Alabama and 
Washington. 

Hoft'man John, brewer, bds. 135 W. Maryland. 

Hoffman Michael, blacksmith, res. 63 Bluff" road. 

Hoffman Valentine, laborer, res. 68 S. Noble. 

Hoffman W., laborer, res. 61 S. Noble. 

Hofnicister Christian, grocer, bds. 82 N. Noble. 

Hofmeister Joseph, shoemaker, res. 70 N. Noble. 

Hofmeister Nicholas, grocer, 82 N. Noble, res. same. 



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Hogan M., bds. California House. 

Hogan Mrs. Julia, seamstress, res. 1G8E. Ohio. 

Hohl Christopher, clerk, res. 160 E. "Washington. 

HOIIL CHRISTIAN", grocery, 77 E. Washington, res. same. 

Hoiley Morris, hiborer, bds. 55 S. Illinois. 

Hoibrook Asa, shoemaker, bds. "W. Washington. 

Holbrook Henry C, Bryant's Commercial College, res. 77 
N. Alabama. 

Holbrook Thomas E., book-keeper, res. 77 N. Alabama. 

Holland Charles E., clerk J. W. Holland, res. 58 N. Penn- 
sylvania. 

Holland Charles W., res. 140 "W. Market. 

Holland Dennis, laborer, res. N. "Winston. 

Holland Dorey, clerk J. "W. Holland, bds. 126 E. Washing- 
ton. 

Holland G. B., agent with M. Seybold & Co., bds. 21 
Ohio. 

HOLLAND JOHN W., wholesale grocer and commission 
merchant, 72 E. Washington, res. 58 N. Pennsylvania. 

Holland John, laborer, res. 177 East. 

Holland Johti, carpenter, res. 219 S. Delaware. 

Holland T. F., book-keeper J. W. Holland, bds. cor. Ala- 
bama and Washington. 

Holler Geo., stone mason, res. 154 N. New Jersey. 

Holler John, laborer, res. 177 S. East. 

Holler Phillip, laborer, res. 117 N, Noble. 

Hoiley Theodore, shoemaker, res. 9 Liberty, cor. Market. 

HOLLIDAY ADAM, local agent Bellefontaine "Eailroad, 
res. 59 N. Meridian. 

Holliday Elias, school teacher, bds. 17 W. Georgia. 

HOLLIDAY ELIAS G., attorney at law and notary pub- 
lic, res. 17 W. Georgia. 

HOLLIDAY REV. r.""C., presiding elder M. E. Church, 
117 E. Ohio. 

Holliday Gideon, agent patent medicine, res. 106 N. Me- 
ridian. 

Holliday John II., res. 102 N. Alabama. 

Holliday Samuel, conductor L. & I. Railroad, bds. American 
House. 

Holliday Samuel, laborer, res. 118 N. Meridian. 

Holliday Wm. J., (Murp)iy & H.,) res. 85 N. Meridian. 

Holliday W. F., clerk Tousey & Byram, bds. 117 E. Ohio. 

HOLLOWAY C. B., exchange dealer, notary public and 
collecting agent, 6^ W. AVashington, uj) stairs, res. 9 E. 
North. 

Holman Isaac W., salesman Merrill & Co. 

Ilolman Geo. G., res. 60 N. (Pennsylvania. 



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Holman Milton C, teacher in Indiana Institute for the Edu- 
cation of the Blind. 

Holman James B., clerk Holraan & Bro., bds. 60 jST. Penn- 
sylvania. 

Holman Joseph W., (H. & Bro.,) hds. Palmer House. 

Holmes Henry, plasterer, res. California. 

HOLMES WM. H., oreneral Avestern agent Pennsylvania 
Eailroad, res. S. W. cor. Illinois and Ohio. 

HOLMES & NEIL, wholesale egg and packing establish- 
ment, 184 E. Washington. 

Holmes Samuel, (H. & Neil,) res. N. New Jersey. 

Holt wid. Franklin, res. 87 N. East. 

Holton Thomas, U. S. express messenger Bellefontaine Eail- 
road, bds. Bates House. 

Holter Wm., shoemaker, bds. 51 S. Illinois. 

Holtzlaw Marshal, student Bryant's Commercial College, 
res. 44 N. Pennsylvania. 

Holzer John, baker, bds. 55 Maryland. 

Homan Jeremiah, laborer, res. 30 N. Davidson. 

HOMBURG IvONRADIN, M. D., office 24i E. Washing- 
ton, res. 161 N. Illinois. 

Hook John, clei'k Jeiferson House. 

Hooker E. M. B., printer Sentinel office, res. Buchanan, bet. 
Virginia ave and East. 

Hooker "Henry, clerk T. H. & R. Eailroad office, res. 145 
South. 

Hopkins I. H., traveling agent for New York Central Eail- 
road, res. 60 S. Illinois. 

Hoppe George, saloon and res. 81 S. Meridian. 

Hoi'a Anthony, laborer, res. 96 W. New York. 

Horn Henry J., dry goods merchant, res. 42 N. Mississippi. 

Hornaday Anson I)., carpenter, res. 118 N. East. 

Hornaday John E., carjDenter, res. 144 E. Walnut. 

Horst Hermann, tailor, res. 275 S. DelaAvare. 

Hort William, Washington Hall Saloon. 

Hortmann O., shoemaker, bds. 34 N. Illinois. 

HOSBEOOK DANIEL B., surveyor, res. 108 N. Missis- 
sippi. 

HOSHOUE SAMUEL Iv., A. M., president N. W. C. Uni- 
versity, res. 84 Massachusetts ave. 

Hoskins Josiah, engineer T. H. Engine House, res. 207 S. 
Alabama. 

Hoskins Eobert S., teamster, res. 160 E. Ohio. 

Hoss George W., professor of mathematics, res. N. Wis- 
consin ave. 

Ilossfeld Charles, clerk, res. 212 E. Washington. 

Hotz & Co., merchant tailors, Illinois, bet. Georgia and 
Louisiana. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 115 



Hotz George, (H. & Co.,) bds. Ftvi'mers' Hotel. 

Houlton John, driver American Express "wagon, bds. 
American House. 

Houper Isaac, railroad employee, res. 35 S. Liberty. 

Hoiipt Robert, dry goods, 209 Alabama, res. same. 

Housum Martin, printer Atlas office, bds. 22 S. Meridian. 

Houzlot Peter, stone mason, res. 137 N. Railroad. 

Hoverbet William, res. 71 Bright. 

Howard Alexander C, publisher, Shelbyville State Road, S. 
of city. 

HOWARD & CONWELL, physicians and surgeons, 52 S. 
Illinois. 

Howard CO., watch maker, bds. Bates House. 

Howard C. L., sawyer at Gay & Stephen's, res. 73 Mer. 
rill. 

Howard Dr. >:., (H. & ConAvell,) res. 52 S. Illinois. 

Howard Henry, carpentei", i-^s. 194 E. St. Clair. 

Howard Samuel W., plasterer, res. 53 N. East. 

Howard wid. John, res. 45 S. East. 

Howarth John, printer Herald and Era. bds. Mrs. Hoyt. 

Howes Heniy, carpenter, res. 79 Massachusetts avo. 

Howland J. D., (Barbour & H.,) res. Tennessee, IST. E. cor. 
Vermont. 

Hoyt Daniel W., bds. 52 S. Delaware. 

Hoyt Mrs. Hai'riet, millinery and dress making, 52 S. Dela- 
ware, res. same. 

Hubbard Samuel JST., last turner, res. 149 S. Tennessee. 

Hubbard William, manufacturer of pressed brick, res. 
Circle. 

Iludley Patrick, 75 Bright. 

Hud.son Mrs. Josephine, dress maker, res. 71 E. Market. 

Huestis Zeph, conductor I. & C. Railroad, bds. Palmer 
House. 

Huey Miss Sinesia, milliner and dress maker, bds. IS X. 
Illinois. 

Huff" John E., confectioner, 70 B. Washington, res. same. 

Huffer James M., saddle maker, bds. Pyle House. 

Hug Matthew, watch maker, bds. 103 E. Washington. 

HUG MARTIN, proprietor Capital Saloon, 14 E. Washing- 
ton, res. 45 N. New Jersey. 

Hug Joseph, waiter Capital Saloon, res. Washington, E. of 
Noble. 

Huggins William, brickmoulder, 312 S. Delaware. 

Hughes Nixon, res. 229 S. Pennsylvania. 

Hughey William, res. 86 S. Louisiana. 

Hugo Charles D., plasterer, res. 33 N. Noble. 

HULINGS JOHN P., painter and glazier, 12i S. Pennsyl- 
vania, res. E. Washington, near Bates' City Mills. 



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Hume James M., (H. A. Fletcher & Co.,) bds. cor. Pennsyl- 
vania and Market. 

Hume Newton, clerk II. A. Fletcher & Co., bds. Pyle House. 

Humphrey James W., res. 148 E. New York. 

Hunt Aaron L., auctioneer with Gott & Featherston, res. 15 
Lockerbie. 

Hunt C, 15 Lockerbie, bet. East and Liberty. 

Hunt C, teacher Fifth Ward, bds. 94 N. Illinois. 

HUNT CHAIiLES C, cigars and tobacco, 6U E. Washing- 
ton, res. same. 

HUNT DAVID B., general business agent, bds. 78 Massa- 
chusetts ave. 

Hunt Jacob, cigar maker G. F. Meyer, bds. Farmers' Hotel. 

Hunt John C, res. 94 N. Illinois. 

Hunt Jesse C, clerk, res. 164 S. Alabama. 

Hunt Mrs. Julia, res. 5 Circle. 

Hunt Louisa A., bds. 78 Massachusetts ave. 

Hunt Mrs. Mary A. H., bds. 78 Massachusetts ave. 

HUJNT P. G. C, dentist, 7 W. Maryland, res. same. 

Hunter Belle, music teacher, bds. 125 E. New York. 

Hunter Ralph, machinist, res. 188 E. Ohio. 

Hurd Eugene T., bookbinder, bds. 26 N. West. 

Hurd D. D., res. 26 N. West. 

Hurrle Ignatius, tailor, res. 7 N. Eailroad. 

Husband Linza, (col.,) bds. 156 Canal. 

Hushkop William, carpenter, 295 S. Delaware. 

Huston Cephas B., clerk Root, Bennett & Co., E. AVashing- 
ton, res. 129 Massachusetts ave. 

Huston William H., forger, bds. Michigan Road. 

Hustus John, fireman T. H. & R. R. R.>ds. 141 W. Market. 

Hutchins Henry H., book-keeper J. K. Sharpe, res. 148 Vir- 
ginia ave. 

HUTCHINSON CHARLES P., foreman job room Sentinel 
Office, bds. 27 Indiana ave. 

Hutchinson William, machinist, res. 72 N. East. 

Hvatt J. A., stone cutter, 159 S. Alabama. 

HYDE ABNER R., proprietor Little's Hotel, cor. Washing- 
ton and New Jersey. 

HYDE REV. N. A., pastor Congregational Church, study in 

Co n gregati on al C h u rch . 
Hyland James, brick mason, res. 148 N. East. 
Hyiand Michael, res. N. Illinois. 
Hypher William, porkpacker, res. 153 E. Market. 

I 

IGOE MARTIN, attorney, notary public and insurance 
agent, 70 E. Washington, res. 16 Lockerbie. 



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Ilcr Maro-aret Mrs., res. 101 iS". Eailroad. 

Iliff Charles E., clerk Moses Myer. 

Ilift' Richard W., res. 37 jST. Alabama. 

IMBERY AUGUSTUS, prop'r St. Charles saloon and bil- 
liards, 86 E. Washington, res. 13 N. New Jersey. 

Inies Mrs. Mary A., res. 100 N. Meridian. 

Ince Joseph, shoemaker, res. 176 Massachusetts ave. 

INDIANA CENTRAL FREIGHT DEPOT, Delaware, bet. 
Geori^ia and Louisiana. 

INDIANA CENTRAL R. R. CO., office junction Yirginia 
ave. and Maryland. 

INDIANA FARMER, (weekly,) J. N. Ray, editor and pub- 
lisher, office over Post Office. 

INDIANA FE3IALE COLLEGE, (Methodist,) No. 16 N. 
Meridian. 

INDIANA FREE PRESS, (German,) R. Ilenninger, prop'r, 
Theodore Ilielscher, editor, 83 E. Washington. 

Indiana House, E. Market. 

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, Daily and Weekly, Bing- 
ham & Doughty, prop'rs, 16, 18 and 20 E. Washington. 

Indiana State Arsenal, Delaware, bet. Washington and 
Market. 

INDIANA VOLKSBLATT, (German,) Julius Bcetticher, 
proprietor, 13 E. Washington. 

INDIANAPOLIS BRANCH BANKING CO., S. W. cor. 
Washington and Pennsjdvania, Calvin Fletcher, Pres., 
Thomas H. Shari)e, Cashier. 

INDIANAPOLIS & CINCINNATI R. R. OFFICE, cor. 
Delaware and Louisiana. 

INDIANAPOLIS CAR WORKS, Bellefontaine Road, head 
of Massachusetts ave. 

INDIANAPOLIS DAILY & WEEKLY JOURNAL, pub- 
lished by Indianapolis Journal Co., 8 S. Penn.sylvania, 
new building Circle, cor. Meridian. 

INDIANAPOLIS GAS LIGHT & COKE CO., cor. Penn- 
sylvania and Louisiana, office S. W. cor. Meridian and 
Washington. 

INDIANAPOLIS FEMALE INSTITUTE, 34 E.Michigan. 

INDIANAPOLIS INSURANCE (JO., T. A. Morris, Pres't, 
S. F. Covington, Sec'v, office 14 and 16 S. Meridian. 

INDIANAPOLIS LIFE" INSURANCE CO., office 14 S. 
Meridian. 

INDIANAPOLIS ROLLING MILL CO., J. M. Lord, Pres't 
and Sup't, C. B. Parkman, Scc'y, cor. Merrill and Mis- 
sissippi. 

Indicut Rev. John W., (Methodist Epis.,) res. 86 alley, bet. 
Missouri and West. 

Ingersoll B. F., engineer, bds. 233 S. Delaware. 



118 INDIANAPOLIS 



Ingersoll Henry W., (Sloan, & I.,) res. 152 S. New Jersey. 

Ingersoll Miss S. J., music teacher, Indianapolis Female 
Institute. 

Inlow A., laborer, res. 63 N. Spring. 

Iredall William, at Osgood, Smith & Co.'s, res. 103 S. Ten- 
nessee. 

Irick Adam, laborer, res. 9 alley, bet. East and Liberty. 

Irick William C, bricklayer, res. 174 N. New Jersey. 

Irick William H., brickmason, 15G N. New Jersey. 

Irvin Benjamin, bds. 245 W. Washington. 

Irwin Mrs. Ann, 165 S. Tennessee. 

Irwin wid. John, res. 217 S. Alabama. 

Irwin Mrs. M., res. 139 N. Now Jersey. 

Irwin Eobbins, Avith Wm. Brown, 150 New Jersey. 

Irwin Mrs. Sophia, res. 137 E. Washington. 

Ittenbach Geo. & Co., groceries and provisions, 180 S. Dela- 
ware. 



Jackson wid. Charles, 70 S. Noble. 

Jackson John, waiter Tremont House. 

JACKSON WILLIAM N., ticket agent. Union Depot, bds. 

53 S. Meridian. 
Jackson William, roofer, res. 126 E. Market. 
Jacksonian Abraham, laborer, S, of Madison K. E. 
Jacobs Valentine, marble cutter, 26 S. Meridian, res. 105 N. 

Noble. 
JACQUET ADOLPH, French wine dealer and brewer, 

278 E. Washington. 
Jaenke Edward, clerk C. Volmer, bds. Union Hall. 
Jakin John, grocer, Indiana ave., cor. North. 
James J. W., laborer, res. City Hospital. 
JAMES SETH C, marble works, 104 S. Illinois, res. 14 E. 

Ohio. 
James Wilson W., draftsman, bds. Macy House. 
Jameson Alexander C, clerk City Treasurer's office, res. 97 

A¥. South. 
JAMESON & FUNKHOUSER, physicians and surgeons, 

5 S. Meridian. 
JAMESON JAMES M., City Treasurer, office Odd Fellows 

Hall, res. 74 N. Illinois. 
JAMESON REV. L. H., (Christian,) res. 97 W. South. 
Jameson P. H., (J. & Funkhouser,) res. 51 N. Alabama. 
Jasper Frederick, laborer, res. 116 S. Noble. 
Jay Albert, teamster, bds. 42 N. Alabama. , 
Jay wid. Stacy, plain sewer, 42 N. Alabama. 



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Jeager & Schmidt, brewers, Wyoming, bet. Alabama and 
New Jersey. 

Jean Nicholas, carpenter, res. 38 N. Spring. 

Jefferson Eobert, carpenter, res. 37 McAllister. 

Jeffersonville 11. E. freight office, 43 E. South. 

Jeffrey Mrs. Mary B., boarding house, res. 150 W. Wash- 
ington. 

Jeffrey Cyrus, bds. 150 W. Washington. 

Jempel Michael, 326 S. Delaware. 

Jenison Alexander F., clerk No. 9 W. Ohio. 

Jenison G. M., jeweler, W. H. Talbott & Co., res. 9 W. 
Ohio. 

Jenison Mrs. Harriett, 9 W. Ohio. 

Jenkins A. W., clerk, res. 70 N. Alabama. 

Jenkins Ebenezer, house painter, rear of Bates House. 

Jenkins Mrs. Elizabeth, res. 52 N. Spring. 

Jenkins John, foundryman, res. 227 S. Alabama. 

Jenkins John E., house painter, res. 114 N. Missouri. 

Jennings J. W., American Express messenger, bds. 19 Cir- 
cle, cor. Market. 

Jennings Patrick, teacher, res. 182 S. Pennsylvania. 

Jennings William T., tinner, res. 87 N. East. 

Joachime Augustus, chandler, res. cor. Mississippi and Ma- 
ryland. 

Jock John, showman, bds. 212 W. Washington. 

JOHN CHAELES, market master, res. 199 E. Washington. 

Johns Samuel E., bookbinder Sheets & Braden. 

Johnson Aaron, trader, res. 151 W. Washington. 

JOHNSON BENJAMIN F., saloon, basement of Palmer 
House. 

Johnson Edward, carpenter, bds. W. H. Lingenfelter. 

Johnson Edwin, bds. 81 S. East. 

Johnson Greorge, (col.,) works at Wm. Johnson. 

Johnson George H., clerk A. D. Wood, 71 E. Washington, 
res. 70 S. East. 

Johnson Hubbard G., salesman Tousey & Byram, E. Wash- 
ington, bds. 121 E. Ohio. 

Johnson James, clerk, bds. S. Illinois. 

Johnson Miss Maria, milliner, 3 N. Meridian. 

Johnson Mrs. Mary A., res. 237 Indiana ave. 

Johnson Marquis L., cabinet maker, res. 184 S. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Johnson Peter, laborer Patterson's mills, res. Blake, bet. 
Washington and Market. 

Johnson Phillip A., carpenter, res. 155 N. East. 

Johnson Eobert, res. W. North. 

Johnson Samuel Law, printer Sentinel office, bds. 79 E. 
Washino;ton. 



120 INDIANAPOLIS 



Johnson William J., salesman Wm. N. Sj^inney, bds. Macy 

House. 
Johnson William, res. IGO Blake. 
Johnson William, res. 110 Blake. 
Johnson William, grocer, res. 1G7 S. Tennessee. 
Johnson William W., printer. Sentinel office, res. 112 E. 

Vermont. 
Johnston Fidelia, res. 184 N. East. 
JOHNSTON DE. JOHN F., dentist, 11 W. Maryland, res. 

same. 
Johnston John Gr., blacksmith, res. 74 E. Louisiana. 
JOHNSTON OLIVE ti, livery and sale stable, Pearl, res. 

South. 
Johnston Samuel A., clerk Boston store, res. 86 E. Vermont. 
Johnston Mrs. Sophia, res. 24 S. Maryland. 
Johnston Wm. J., (Munson & J.,) res. 8G E. Vermont. 
Jolly Miss Jessie, 4 S. Meridian. 
Jolly John, laborer, res. HE. Lord. 
JoUey Joseph A., blacksmith, res. 154 N. Delaware. 
Jolly William, fireman, bds. HE. Lord. 
Jones Aquilla, (Vinnedge & Jones,) res. 79 N. Pennsylvania. 
JONES BAETON D., local editor Indianapolis Journal, 

bds. American House. 
Jones Brown, mason, res. 137 N. Alabama. 
Jones Edward B., smith Bellefontaine E. E., bds. S. Dela- 
ware. 
Jones Isaiah, (col.,") driver Bates House. 
Jones Jesse, res. 106 N. Illinois. 

Jones John, clerk Vinnedge & Jones, bds. 79 N. Pennsylva. 
Jones J. W., butcher, bds. National Hotel. 
Jones John W., checkman T. H. & E. E. E. 
Jones Lewis H., harness maker, res. 106 W. Vermont. 
Jones Mrs. Mary, res. 154 W. Vermont. 
JONES NED E., conductor T. H. & E. E. E., res. Georgia 

bet. Illinois and Tennessee. 
Jones Samuel, (col.,) barber Bates House shaving saloon, 

bds. Pyle House. 
Jones Spicer, bridge builder, res. 206 N. Illinois. 
JONES & VAN BLAEICUM, wagon manufacturers, 6, 8, 

10 and 12 E. Maryland. 
Jones W. H., (J. & Van Blaricum,) res. 115 W. Maryland. 
Jones William B., switchman Union Track, bds. Eay House. 
JONES WILSON & CO., wholesale and retail grocers, 

N. E. cor. Meridian and Maryland. 
Jones Wilson, (W. Jones & Co.,) res. 205 N. Illinois. 
Jordan Mrs. Elizabeth, res. 67 S. Pennsylvania. 
Jordan Gilmore, clerk Auditor's office, res. 18 S. West. 
Jordan Joseph, teamster, 33 Union. 



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Jordan Miles, laborer, res. 189 N. ISTcw .Tersely. 

Jordan Phineas, apprentice Herald & Era office, bds. 67 S. 

Pennsylvania. 
Jordan Samuel I.^ tailor, 157 cor. Mississippi and Garden. 
JOEDAN THOMAS, wholesale and retail grocer, 9 W. 

Washington, res. 12 N. East. 
JOPDON J. & J., feed store, 50 South. 
Jordon James, (J. & J. Jordon,) res. 50 South. 
Jordon John, (J. & J. Jordon,) res. 50 South. 
Jose Albert, clerk N. Jones. 
Jose Nicholai, cabinet maker and furniture dealer, 21 S. 

Meridian. 
Joseph J. G., clerk, bds. 100 Illinois. 
Joseph Sarah, bds. A. Franco, W. Washington. 
Judd Ozias E., res. 161 N. Noble. 
Judd Harvey, railroader, bds. 91 S. Illinois. 
Judge John, 15 Willard. 
Judge James, laborer, 127 South. 
Judson Charles, clerk Bates House. 
JUDSON WILLIAM, prop'r Bates House, cor. Illinois and 

Washington. 
Jukes Israel, 15 Willard. 
Justus James, clerk H. K. Eastman. 
Ka^tfeld Frederick, barkeeper State House saloon, res. 95 

W. Washington. 
Kael Conrad, pump maker, res. 59 New Jersey. 
Kahn Casper, cabinet maker, res. 172 E. Michigan. 
Kahn Earnest, tailor, bds. Ohio bet. Liberty and Noble. 
Ivahn Jacob, salesman with D. Franco. 

Kaiser Adam, boot and shoemaker, bds. 138 W. Washington. 
Kalb Henry, laborer, res. 98 St. Joseph. 
Kalb Phillip, laborer, res. 65 E. St. Marys. 
Kale David, mail agent I. & C. E. E., res. 135 N. East. 
Kaling Andrew, shoemaker with Vinnedge & Jones, res. 91 

St. Joseph. 
KALISCH B., dj^eing and scouring, 11 N. Illinois. 
KALOE JOHN, haclanan, car No. 16, res. 66 W. Vermont. 
Kamm Mrs. Nancy, res. 70 N. Spring. 
KAMM GOTTLIEB, groceries and provisions, 322 Virginia 

ave 
Kampman M., laborer, res. 58 Massachusetts ave. 
Kappel John, school teacher, res. 144 E. Ohio. 
Karcher John, res. Union. 
Karle Christian, boot and shoe dealer, 79 E. Washington, res. 

72 Delaware. 
Karle Joseph, boot and shoemaker, 64 E. Washington, res. 

35 South. 
Kares Joseph, carpenter, res. 58 N. Davidson. 



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INDIANAPOLIS 



Kassick John, grocer, res. 43 S. West. 

Kathe William, watchman, res. 69 N. Davidson. 

Kaufman Adam, laborer, res. 14 Garden. 

Kaufman Adam, collar maker, res. 128 N. Tennessee. 

Kautt George P., shoemaker, res. S. Delaware. 

Keating- Jetfery, laborer, res. 328 S. Delaware. 

Keefe James, laljorer, res. 199 Ohio. 

Keehn II. W., clerk J. & G. Bradshaw, bds. Pyle House. 

Keeler George W.. res. 210 N. Alabama. 

Keeler William, laborer, res. 44 N. Spring. 

Keely Daniel, sr., brick mason, res. 124 E. Ohio. 

Keely Daniel, jr., brick mason, bds. E. Ohio. 

Keely H. St. Clair, printer Sentinel Office, bds. 159 E. Ohio, 
cor. Liberty. 

KEELY ISAAC I., physician, bds. 02 E. Michigan. 

Keely John, brick mason, res. 48 K. East. 

Keely Oliver, brick mason, res. 159 E. Ohio. 

Keely Samuel, brick mason, res. E. North. 

Keely William, carpenter, res. 62 E. Michigan. 

Keely William H., grocer, 19 IST. Noble, res" 163 E. Ohio. 

Keese William ISi., carpenter, 144 North, cor. Blake. 

Keeshan Mrs Mary, res. allej^, bet. Ohio and New York. 

Kehlhans John, currier with John Fishback, res. Market, 
bet. New Jersey and Alabama. 

Kehliug Andrew, shoemaker, res. 91 St. Joseph. 

Keil Conrad, pump maker, res. 69 N. New Jersey. 

Keil John, cook Farmers' Hotel. 

Kein Ernest, bds. Ohio, cor. Noble. 

Keistner Henry, bds. 60 South. 

Kekar wid. William, res 186 N. New Jersey. 

Keller Frederick, editor Free Press, E. Washington, res. 
alley, bet. New York and Yermont. 

Kellermeyer C, laborer, bds. 155 S. Alabama. 

Kellermeyer Henry, shoemaker, res. 155 S. Alabama. 

Kelej'han Michael, laborer, res. 27 Ellsworth. 

Kellinger John, carpenter, res. 146 E. Market. 

Kellogg Henry S., ji-., salesman City hardware store, 12 W. 
Washington. 

Kellogg Justen A., bds. 87 N. Meridian. 

KELLOGG NEWTON, edge tool manuflicturer, W. Wash- 
ington, near Eiver. 

KELLY MRS. ANN, millinery and foncy goods, 3 N. Meri- 
dian, res. N. Meridian. 

Kelly & Fetrow, flour and feed store, Yirginia ave. 

Kelly H., res. 174 E. Washington. 

Kelly James, trader, 66 Bluff Road, 

Kelly James, (col.,) boarding house, 145 W. Washington. 

Kelly James, res. W, end North, 



CITY DIRECTORY. 123 



Kelly wicl. Mary, res. Washington, S. E. cor. East. 

Kelly Patrick, laborer, res. 1G8 E. Ohio. 

Kelly Thomas, laborer, bds. 55 S. Illinois. 

Kelly Thomas, currier Mooneys & Co., res. 98 S. Illinois. 

Kelly William, butcher, bds. 22 Indiana ave. 

Kemper Charles, groceries and provisions, res. 12 Mc- 

Carty. 
Kemper Henry, carpenter, bds. 114 S. New Jersey. 
Kemper John M., pattern maker, res. 122 S. New Jersey. 
Kendriek James, student Bryant's College, bds. Dr. Ken- 

» drick. 
Kendriek Oscar II., dentist, res. 132 N. Davidson. 
KENDEICK WM. H., physician, 33 N. East, res. 35 N. 

East. 
Kennedj^ James, res. 21 Benton. 

Kenned}^ James H., carpenter, res. 75 N. Mississippi. 
Kennedy L., laborer, res. 320 S. Delaware. 
Kennedy Thomas, house and sign painter, S. Meridian. 
Kennedy Thomas, laborer, res. Virginia ave. 
Kennet William, baker, res. 112 E. Washington. 
Kennington Eobert, blacksmith Bellefontaine R. E. shop, 

res. 35 S. Georgia. 
Kentzel Edward L., boot maker, bds. Mrs. Ferguson. 
Kentzel John, shoemaker, bds. Mrs. Ferguson. 
Kentzel Joseph S., bookkeeper Herald and Era, bds. 36 N. 

East. 
Kentzel Wm. G., bds. 36 N. East. 
Kenzelmeyer Wm., Farmers' Hotel. 
Keohlin John, hack driver, res. 56 W. Vermont. 
Keran Mrs. Mary, laundress, res, 79 E. Market. 
Kerber John M., telegraph operator, bds. American House. 
Kerby Jacob, res. 153 AV. Michigan. 
Kerle Christ, boot and shoe maker, 79 East Washington, 

res. 72 Delaware. 
Kern Casper, cabinet maker, res. 172 E. Washington. 
Kern Jacob, with W. Dagget, 172 cor. Michigan and Eail- 

road. 
Kern John, tailor, 38 Bluff i-oad. 
Kerns John, laborer, res. 9 N. Railroad. 
Kern Lewis, porter H. A. Fletcher & Co., res. 72 E. Michi- 
gan. 
Kern Patrick, steward Little's Hotel. 
Kerper John M., operator L. & I. E. E. telegraph office, res. 

28 Indiana ave. 
KETCHAM & COFFIN, attorneys at law, Blackford's 

building, Washington. 
Ketcham Jolin L., (K & Coffin,) res. 97 E. Merrill. 
Kettenbach Edward, tinner, bds. 214 N. Noble. 



124 INDIANAPOLIS 



KETTENBACH HENEY, grocer, 207 Massachusetts ave., 

res. 214 IST. Noble. 
Kevill Eobert L., copper, tin and sheet iron worker, res. 70 

B. Louisiana. 
KEYS WM. A., marble dealer, 26 S. Meridian, res. Georgia, 

W. of Canal. 
Kichdson Wm., stone cutter, res. 60 IST. NobW. 
Kiemer James H., (col.,) blacksmith, ros. 82 alley N. West. 
KIGEE HAEEY, attorney at law, S. E. cor. Washington 

and Meridian. 
Kihu Ernst, tailor, bds. 173 E. Ohio. 
KILE, CLEVELAND & CO., book agents, opposite Union 

Depot. 
Kile G. W., book agent, res. 112 N. New Jersey. 
Kiley John, porter with S. S. Avery, bds. 144 Pennsylvania. 
Killehar Mike, laborer, bds. Kilkeny Hotel. 
Killinger John, carpenter, res. 146 E. Market. 
Kimmell George, conductor T. & E. E. E., bds. Tremont 

House. 
Kimley William, works at Central depot, bds. Cincinnati 

House. 
Kinder Charles, gunsmith, bds. 49 S. Illinois. 
Kinder Mrs. M. W., boarding house, 79-i E. Washington. 
Kindler Chaides, locksmith, bds. Illinois, S. of Washington. 
Kindy Leary, laborer, res. 320 S. Delaware. 
King Cornelius, (Walker & K.,) res. 141 N. Ohio. 
King David, carpenter, res. 157 N. Mississippi. 
King E., res. 07 N. Meridian. 
KING FEANCIS, secretaiy Masonic Grand Lodge, oflice 

under Masonic Hall, res. 72 N. Tennessee. 
King H., bds. 71 Indiana ave. 
King H. L., express messenger Adams Express Co., bds. 

Palmer House. 
King John B., gas fitter, bds. 41 Mississippi. 
King Peter, moulder, res. 270 S. DelaAvare. 
King Eobert H., res. 71 Indiana ave. 
King W. H., clerk B. E. E. office, bds. Mrs. Kinder. 
KINGSLEY A. S., proprietor Macy House, cor. Illinois 

and Market. 
King W. L., express messenger Adams & Co., Ind. & Cin. 

E. E., bds. Bates House. 
Kingman Nelson, tinner and salesman W. A. Mai's, res. 127 

Massachusetts ave. 
Kingsbury John E., grocer, res. 181 Massachusetts ave. 
Kinnan Augustus, marble polisher, bds. 151 Ohio. 
Kinner Theodore, land agent, res. 133 N. AVest. 
Kinney H. P., tailor, res. 34 S. West. 
Kinning Thomas, laborer, 61 S. Noble. 



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Kirisel George, laborer, res. 139 E Washington. 

Kinsey Mrs. Elizabeth, bds. 145 cor. Michigan and West. 

Kinsler Patrick, division master Ind. & Laf. R. R., res. 204 

N. Mississippi. 
Kirb}" James, res. 109 E. South. 
Ivirby Thomas, cooper, res. 57 South. 
Kirby Thomas, res. 109 E. South. 
Ivirby Zachariah, cooper, res. South. 
Ivirk Mi-s. E., milliner, bds. 39 N. Pennsylvania. 
Kirk N., res. 39 N. Pennsylvania. 
KIRKLAND P., commission merchant, 73 S. Meridian, 

bds. Bates House. 
Kirkwood George, workman I. & C. machine shop, res. S. 

side National road. 
Kirkwood John, fireman, res. 12 Bates. 

KIRLIN JAMES, dry goods and groceries, 36 W.Wash- 
ington, res. N. Illinois, near city limits. 
Kirstner Frederick, clerk Avith John Eishback, res. 56i 

Market. 
Kissel Benjamin, American Express messenger I. & St. L. 

R. R., bds. Bates House. 
Kissel Frederick, house and sign painter, 55 N. Liberty, 

res. same. 
Kissel Jacob W., huckster, res. 175 Massachusetts ave. 
Kisten Wm., carrier, res. 20 Pennsylvania. 
Kister Rev. C, pastor Presbyterian Church, res. 241 S. 

Delaware. 
KISTNER ADAM, proprietor California House, 136 S. 

Illinois, near Union Depot. 
Kistncr Henry, shoemaker, res. South. 
Kistner John Gr., boot and shoe dealer, 51 S. Illinois, res. 

same. 
KITCHEN J. M., physician and surgeon, office S. W. cor. 

Washington and Meridian, res. 67 N. Pennsylvania. 
Kittel JST. Vy., American Express messenger Peru Rail- 
road. 
Kizer John, carpenter, res. 72 E. St. Clair. 
Klaiber John L., confectionery, 81 E. Washington, res. 

same. 
Klause Frederick, carpenter, 63 Union. 
Klausnian Jjouis, res. 63 E. St. Mary's. 
Klein Emel, physician, res. 100 E. New York. 
Kleitz George T., salesman New York Store. 
Klerrin Henry, res. 173 S. Delaware. 
KLINE HENRY, brokers office, 77 S. Illinois, res. 55 

South. 
Kline Nicholas, shoemaker, res. N. Spring. 
Klingensmith wid , 173 S. Delaware. 



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Klingensmitli Isreal, professor in Bryant's Commercial 

College. 
Klotz Emil, (K. & Pfafflin,) res. 01 Illinois, bet. New York 

and Ohio. 
KLOTZ & PFAFFLIN, wholesale and retail dealers in 

fancy articles, 29 W. Washington. 
Knauff Adam, Laker, 248 W. Washington, res. same. 
Knapton James, stone cutter, res. 50 N. Noble. 
Knaus Charles, clerk National Saloon, bds. same. 
KNAXJS S., baker N. side E. Washington, res. same- 
Knause William J., miller, bds. California House. 
Kneipe John, carpenter, res. 100 N. Liberty. 
Knefler Frederick, dej^uty county clerk, res. 11 E. Michi- 
gan. 
Knepper James S., shoemaker and brick mason, res. 07 

Spring. 
KNIGHT ELIJAH, boarding house, 17 and 21 Kentucky 

ave, res. same. •- 

Knight John, (Cottrell & K.,) bds. Ray House. 
Knight James, laborer, res. S. Missouri. 
Knight Newton, painter, res. 81 W. Maryland. 
KNODLE A. & SON, manufticturei's and dealers in boots 

and shoes, 32 E. Washington. 
Knodle Adam, (A. K. & Son,) 8 Indiana ave. 
Knodle George, (A. Knodle & Son,) bds. 8 Indiana ave. 
KNOTTS NIM K., sign and ornamental painter, office 

35^ E. Washington, res. 51 N. New Jerse}-. 
Knopper James S., shoemak(^*, res. 07 N. Sj^ring. 
Kobb John A., grocer, 09 S. Illinois. 

Koch George, boot and shoe maker, bds. 174 E. Washing- 
ton. 
Koch H. H., boot and shoe maker, 53 E. South, res. N. 

Noble. 
Koch Henry, laborer, res. 185 N. East. 
Kock wid. John, res. 20 Chatham. 
Kock Thomas, laborer Kregelo, Blake & Co. 
Koehne Charles J., salesman J. S. Wilson, res. 178 Ohio 
Koeniger Geoi'ge, groceries and provisions, 00 South, res. 

same. 
Koestle Jacob, City Bakery, 201 E. Washington, res. same. 
Kohlback John, blacksmith, bds. 108 S. Delaware. 
Kolb Dewit, turner, res. E. Georgia. 
Kolb J. A., grocer, S. Illinois, bet. Georgia and Union 

Depot, res. same. 
KOLB LOUIS, wood turner, Georgia, near Pennsylvania. 
Kolb William, boarding, 30 Kentucky ave. 
KOLLER & COOK, dry goods and groceries, 189 E. Wash- 
ina'ton. 



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Roller E. A., (K. & Cook.) res. E. Wasbin£,^ton. 

KOLLMEYER JOHN C, Eagle Saloon, ^38 E. Washing- 
ton, res. same. 

Kolthoff Ilendrieh, laborer, res. 141 X. Liberty. 

Koontz Peter, tailor, bds. 229 N. Tennessee. 

Ivowen William, teamster, res. 155 E. New York. 

Kragle Joseph, cistern builder, res. Market. 

Kramer Henry, butcher, res. 71 E. St. Mary. 

Kramer Henry, book binder, res. Delaware, near Maryland. 

Krapton James, stone carver, i-es. 56 N. Noble. 

Kraus Phillip, laborer, res. 66 E. St. Mary"s 

KEEGrELO, BLAKE & CO., planing, sa.sh, doors, &c., cor. 
Canal and New York. 

Kregelo David, (K., Blake & Co.,) 132 N. West. 

Ki'egelo Jrcob, sash maker, res. 40 E. St. Clair. 

Kreger Christ, carpenter, bds. 45 E. Ohio. 

Kreger Mrs. Christina, bds. 258 E. Washington. 

Kreger Henry, currier Jno. Eishback, res. Market, bet. 
Tennessee and Mississippi. 

Ki'etsch Matthew, cook Crystal Palace Saloon, 44 W. 
Washington. 

Kretch Peter ,(Speckman & K.,) res. Illinois. 

Kropi? Henry, gardener, res. S. side National road. 

Krote Henr}', currier with John Fishback, res. New Jersey, 
bet. Washington and Market. 

Krozier George, salesman, New Y'^ork Store. 

KEUGr Gr., grocery and provisions, 24 E. Georgia, res. same. 

Kruse Christian, carpenter, 9 E. McCarty. 

Kuehne Louis, musician, res. 67 N. NeAv Jersey. 

Kuester Edward, with Lichtcnhein & Son, 85 E. Washing- 
ton. 

Kuester Wm. res. 85 E. Washington. 

Kugelman William, cigar maker G. L. Meyer, 66 Indiana 
ave. 

KUHLMANN E. H. L., groceries and provisions, 187 W. 
Washington. 

Kuhn Charles, butcher, res. 107 Michigan. 

Knhn Henry, employee Bellefontaine R. P. 

Kuhn William, baker, 181 E. Washington, res. same. 

Kunc Mrs. Caroline, res. 60 S. Meridian. 

Kunkelman Pev. John A., pastor of 1st Lutheran Church, 
res. 136 N. Pennsylvania. 

Kunklemann J., employee Madison P. P. 

Kuntmann , well digger, res. Massachusetts ave. 

Kuntz George, clerk Hanlin & Barnett, bds. B. H. Beck. 

Kushhover Casper, stone mason, res. 146 S. New Jersey. 

Kustee Charles E., cigar maker, bds. 241 S. Delaware. 

Kustner Frederick, res. 56i E. Market. 



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Kutnecht Eandolph, shoemaker, res. 269 N. Illinois. 
Kyer David, tailor, 94 Fort Wayne ave. 
Kyle C, (Hasket & K.,) res. New Jersey cor. Ohio. 
Kyle James, laborer, res. 89 S. Tennessee. 



Laehenae Charley, bootmaker, alley, bet. Delaware and 
Pennsylvania. 

Lafever Samuel, bricklayer, res. 84 Indiana ave. 

Lagg George, showman, bds. 212 W. Washington. 

Lahmann Charles, carpenter, bds. F. II. Lahmann, out side 
city limits. 

Lahmann Frederick H., boot and shoe maker, E. Washing- 
ton, south side, B. of Michigan. 

Lahr Henry, carpenter, res. 74 N. ISToble. 

Lahr Philip, carpenter, res. 72 N. Noble. 

LAIMAN CHARLES, groceries and provisions, 317 Vir- 
ginia ave. 

Laing Samuel, with E. L. & A. W. McOuat, res. 9 Missis- 
sippi. 

Laird H., tinner, bds. 54 N. East. 

Laird John, porter, bds. 139 N. Alabama. 

Laird Robert, clothier, res. 54 N. East. 

Laird Wm. H., bowling alley, Georgia, bet. Illinois and Me- 
ridian, res. 54 N. East. 

Lake Joseph, carpenter, bds. 87 N. Indiana ave. 

Lamaire H., school teacher, bds. among jjatrons. 

Lamb Yancy, res. 16G S. New Jersey. 

Lamb L. R., at Bryant's Commercial College. 

Lambert James, (Ray & L.,) res. Ray House. 

Lambley George W., sexton Robert's Chapel, res. 123 N. 
East. 

Lamley Moses, salesman with A. Rosenthal. 

Lancaster George, tinner, bds. 11 Noble. 

LANCASTER WASHINGTON, manufacturer and dealer 
in boots and shoes, 12 S. Illinois, res. same. 

Landaur Frederick M., porter, bds. W. Kolb. 

LANDES JACOB, livery stable, 18 E. Maryland, bds. Pyle. 
House. 

Landes Thomas, res. 198 S. Delaware. 

Landes Austin M., liverj^ stable, 18 E. Maryland. 

Landis M. M., freight agent T. H. & R. Railroad, res. 88 W. 

Maryland. 
Landis Milton, (col.,) fireman, 170 North. 

Lane Charles, conductor Bellefontaine Railroad, bds. Bates 
House. 



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Lane Uriah, laborer, res. 89 N. Noble. 

Laner Peter, shoemaker, bds. 104 W. Washington. 

LANG DAVID, deputy U. S. Marshal, res. 49 W. Soutli. 

Lanij^ John H., cooper and brewer, bds. S. East. 

LANG LEWIS, eating saloon, 17 E. Washington, res. 
same. 

Lang William W., book binder, bds. David Lang. 

Langbein Joseph, fancy goods and groceries, 160 E. Wash- 
ington, res. same. 

LANGENBERG HENRY H., wholesale and retail grocery 
and provisions, 134, cor. W. Washington and Misis- 
sippi. 

Langsworth Mrs., res. 210 N. Alabama. 

Lanum W. W., brakeman M. & I. Railroad, bds. Ray House. 

LaRue William C, plasterer, bds. Pyle House. 

Latz Henry, 59 Alabama. 

Latheur William, teacher Indiana Institute for the Educa- 
tion of the Deaf and Dumb. 

Laudeu Thomas, laborer, res. 198 S. Delaware. 

Lauer Charles, bar keeper Empire vSaloon, res. 54 Indiana 
ave. 

Laux Mrs. Josephine, res. 270 E. Washington. 

L.AW GEOivGE, carriage and wagon manufacturer and 
dealer, res. 113 N. Pennsylvania. 

Lawler William, engineer Bates House, res. 184 S. East. 

Lawrence Arthur W., grocer, 161 E. Ohio, res. 164 E. Ohio. 

Lawrence Henry, res. East. 

Laws Thomas, laborer, res. Elizabeth. 

Lawson George W., res. 73 N. Missouri. 

Lawson Joseph, Shakspearian reader, room rear of Sentinel 
Building. 

Lawton Orin, laborer, 78 Madison ave. 

Lawton Mrs. Susan A., private boarding, res. 71 W. Mary- 
land. 

Lawton Mrs. Sarah, res. 59 E. St. Mary's. 

Lawton William E., bds. 71 W. Marjdand. 

Lax Mrs. Elizabeth, res. 178 E. Vermont. 

Leach David J., laborer, 91 S. Tennessee. 

Leam William, res. 144 East. 

Leathers Wallace, 150 New Jersey. 

Lebhene Charles, boot and shoe maker, opposite Madison 
Railroad Depot. 

LEDLIE JOHN, proprietor Pearl Saloon Little's Hotel, 
res. 155 Virginia ave. 

Lee B. J., clerk New York Store. 

LEE MANDEVILLE G., editor and proprietor Herald and 
Era, res. 36 N. East. 
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130 INDIANAPOLIS 



Lehr F. A., carjjenter, res. 98 N. East. 

Leidy John, laborer, res. S. New Jersey. 

LEIEE ANTON, wholesale wines and liquors, 140 E. Wash- 
ington, res. up stairs. 

LEIMINGEK & FEELING, barbers, cuppers and bleed- 
ers, Blackford's Building, E. Washington. 

Leitus William, stone cutter, res. 79 Yermont. 

Lemons William, brick layer, bds. 159 E. Ohio. 

Lendorme Emile, moulder, res. 168 E. Michigan. 

Lennert Ferdinand G., stamping and embroidery, res. 16 
S. Illinois, up stairs. 

LENNEET SAEAH E., embroidery stamper, 16 S. Illi- 
nois, up stairs, res. same. 

Lentz Christian, laborer, res. 115 Fort Wayne ave. 

Lenz Amel, turner, bds. East, S. of Union Eailroad. 

Leome Louis, painter, res. 160 N. Noble. 

Leonard Mrs. Abigail, nurse, 60 N. Delaware. 

Leonard Michael, laborer, res. near Madison Depot. 

Leplyeu John, photographer, res. 21 Michigan. 

Lesges Nicholas, tailor, 3 W. Washington, res. Louisi- 
ana. 

Lesman August, stone mason, res. 332 Virginia ave. 

Levi Joseph, tinner, res. 191 W. Washington. 

Levi Mrs. Mary, res. 74 W. Yermont. 

Levei'ing Amos, salesman New York Store. 

Lewis Hiram T., teamster, res. 281 East. 

Lewis John, at Eolling Mill, bds. 13 Willard. 

LEWIS T. A., agent Great Western Dispatch, cor. Vir- 
ginia ave. and Maryland, res. 14 W. North. 

Lewis William, teamster, bds. 94 New Jersey, 

Lex Jacob, pressman Sentinel office. 

Lex Louis, pressman Indianajjolis Journal, res. Yermont, 
near Noble. 

LICHTENHEIN & SON, wholesale cigar manufacturers, 
85 E. Washington. 

Lichtenhein Zacherias, (Lichtenhein & Son,) res. 18 N. 
Delaware. 

LIEBEE HEEMAN, gilt frames, mouldings and books, 
^tna Building, res. 39 N. East. 

Liebhart Joseph, dyer Ohio Woolen Factory, bds. Washing- 
House. 

Liebrich Louis, porter Eobert Bi owning, res. Ill W. Mich- 
gan. 

Lilly Benjamin, machinist, bds. 42 Bates. 

Lilly Jeremiah, (col.,) bds. Elizabeth. 

LILLY J. O. D., superintendent L. & I. Eailroad, 22 
Louisiana, res. 28 Indiana ave. 

Limar Frederick, res. 62 South. 



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Lindley Heuiy J., notary public and book-keeper, res. 23 
Indiana ave. 

Lindley Hiram, boarding, 45 N. Pennsylvania. 

LUSTDLBY JACOB, importer of china, glass and queens- 
ware, Britania goods, &c., 16 W. Washington, res. 35 
N. Meridian. 

Lindley John M., clerk Jacob Lindley, bds. J. Lindley. 

Lindeman Frank, clerk Wm. Shoppenhorst, bds. 101 E. 
AVashington. 

Lindorme William, laborer, res. 91 N. Eailroad. 

Line Isaac N., brick layer, res. IGO E. New York. 

Lingenfelter William L., (Coburn & L.,) res. 83 N. Ala- 
bama. 

Lingenfelter W. II., boarding, 19 Circle, cor. Market. 

Lingins John, laborer, res. 330 S. Delaware. 

Linn Adam, teamster, res. 246 S. Alabama. 

Lippert Henry, laborer, res. 97 N. Eailroad. 

Lintner Amos, saloon, bds. 48 cor. St. Clair and West. 

LINTNER C. H. & CO., gi-oceries and provisions, Indiana 
ave., cor. Illinois. 

Lintner Christian H., (C. H. L. & Co.,) bds. 48, cor. St. Clair 
and West. 

Lintner Isaac, clerk C. H. Lintner & Co., bds. 48, eor. St. 
Clair and West. 

Lintner John, (C. H. L. & Co.,) res. 48 N. West. 

Lintner John C, res. 277 N. East. 

Lintner Reuben, grocer, Crane's addition, bds. 48, cor. St. 
Clair and West. 

Lisgas N"., tailor, res. W. South. 

Lister M., cor. Illinois and Vermont. 

Lithgow Phillip M., machinist, res. 84 S. East. 

Little Washington K., painter, res. 20 S. East. 

LITTLE'S HOTEL, Abner R. Hyde, proprietor, cor. 
Washington and New Jersey. 

Little Mrs. Mary E., res. 130 N. Alabama. 

LITTLE MATTHEW, commission dealer, res. 167 E. Mar- 
ket. 

Little wid. Joseph, res. 130 N. Alabama. 

Little Wilber Franklin, printer. Herald and Era, bds. 130 
N. Alabama. 

Lock Henry, engineer, res. 30 W. North. 

Locke Elam, checkman L. & I. Railroad, res. 163 N. Penn- 
sj^lvania. 

LOCKE ERIE, freight agent Indianapolis & Lafayette 
Railroad, office at Depot, res. 40 California. 

LOCKE & BROTHER, insurance agents, 1 Blackford's 
Building, cor. Washington and Meridian. 

Locke Josiah, (L. & Bro.,) res. 163 N. Pennsylvania. 



132 INDIANAPOLIS 



LOCKE & MUNSON, lightning rod manufacturers and 

dealers, 1 Blackford's Building. 
Lockhart Jacob, flour dealer, 5 S. Delaware. 
Lockhart Warren T., deputy auditor, bds. Pyle House. 
Lockwood C. F., student N. W. C. University, bds. 175 N. 

Alabama. 
Lockwood Isaac, cooper, res. 35 N. East. 
LOCOMOTIVE, (weekly,) Elder & Harkness, proprietors, 

2 S. Meridian, up stairs. 
Logan Burnett, res. 155 South. 
Logan John, moulder, bds. 258 S. Delaware. 
Logan John, laborer, res. 217 S. Delaware. 
Logan Leonard, feed store, near Madison Depot, res. 127 

South. 
Logan Michael, laborer, res. 189 S. New Jersey. 
Logan Patrick, laborer, rea. 179 S. New Jersey. 
Lohman Anthony, teamster, res. 120 E. Market. 
Londeregger Fidel, porter, res. 64 St. Josej)h. 
Lonergan John, bds, 66 South. 
Long Christ, res. 248 W. Washington. 
Long D. D., house and sign painter, 28 S. Meridian, res. 

same. 
Long E. C, grainer and marbler, res. 173 N. New Jersey. 
Long Eev. E. D., res. 104 Virginia ave. 
Long Eev. George, (Presbyterian,) res. 33 N. New Jersey. 
Long H. C, carrier at Sentinel ofiice, res. 33 N. New 

Jerse}^ 
Long Joseph, shoemaker, res. 147 N. Pennsylvania. 
LONCi MATTHEW, iindertaker, 28 S. Meridian, res. same. 
Longenback William, drayman, res. 1G9 S. Alabama. 
Looker I. A., brick mason, res. 164 N. Tennessee. 
Loomis Wm. H., (Fletcher, Williams & L.,) res. 153 East. 
LOOMIS A. 0., bds. Little's Hotel. 
Lord E. N., (H. A. Fletcher & Co.,) res. 91 E. Ohio. 
Lord Frank B., conductor I. & C. P. P., bds. Bates House. 
Lord Julian F., teacher of piano forte, 89 E. Ohio. 
Lord H. C, director Union Railway Co., ofiice Union DejDot. 
LOPD J. M., President and Superintendent Indianapolis 

Polling Mill Company, office 1 Blake's Commercial Row. 

res. 141 N. Illinois. 
LOUCKS CORNELIUS, grocer, 165 Virginia ave, res. 46 

Benton. 
Loucks C. R., painter, res. 125 N. Alabama. 
Loucks David W., constable, bds. 23 Madison ave. 
Loucks George, clerk with C. Loucks, bds. 46 Benton. 
Loucks James, carjDenter, res. 194 N. New Jersey. 
Loucks AVilliam, carpenter, res. 123 N. Alabama. 
Louden Andrew A., carpenter, res. 57 N, Illinois. 



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Louer Charles, at Bryant's Commercial College. 

LOUNEY DENNIS,' agent Indiana Central E. R., res. 110 
Georgia. 

Louterback Joseph, with W. Daggett, bds. Farmers' Hotel. 

Love Isaiah, res. Ill Blake. 

Love Capt. John, res. 49 N. Tennessee. 

Love Samuel, watchman I. & C, Depot, res. 93 S. Alabama. 

Low Charles G., carpenter, bds 148 E. North. 

Low N. H., (Feary & L.,) res. 148 E. North. 

LOVVDEN JAMES, coal and lime dealer, opp. Madison Rail- 
road, or at J. H. Vajen's hardware store, 21 \Y. Wash- 
ington, res. 140 Virginia ave. 

LOWE GEORGE, carriage maker, 40 N. Pennsylvania, res. 
113 N. Pennsylvania. 

Lowes John, carpenter, res. 152 N. Delaware. 

Lower Charles, bar keeper Empire Saloon, res. 54 Indiana 
ave. 

Lowman Mrs. Nancy, dress and shirt maker, res. 58 E. St. 
Clair. 

Lowery wid. George, res. 247 W. Washington. 

Lowery George D., physician and surgeon, res. 164 N. 
Noble. 

Lowery John, miller, res. 237 W. Washington. 

LOWERY WILEY M., druggist, 49 Massachusetts ave., res. 
53 Massachusetts ave. 

Lucus James, (col.,) painter and white-washer res. 149 N. 
Alabama. 

Luce Douglass, salesman with William Hannaman, bds. 3 
Circle. 

LUDDEN BENJAMIN M., physician and surgeon, 14 N. 
Illinois, res. Meridian, cor. Circle. 

LUDDEN & CO., drugs and medicines, also teas, 14 N. Illi- 
nois. 

Ludlow Silas, vinegar manufacturer, res. 191 S. Delaware. 

Ludlum Joseph E., painter, res. 230 N. Illinois. 

Ludmy William, laborer, res. 54 Union. 

Luebking Charles II., boot and shoe maker, and dealer, 194 
E. Washingtion, res. 58 N. Noble. 

Lueders Camelia, school teacher, res. 16 S. Illinois, 3d floor. 

LUEDERS ELIZA, teacher and maker of embroidery, 16 
S. Illinois, 3d floor. 

Luken Harm, printer, bds. 132 E. Washington. 

Lupton Thomas, res. N. Pennsylvania, cor. First. 

Lurenkemp Henry, cooper, bds. 91 Union. 

Luse Gottfried, boot and shoemaker, res. 148 New Jersey. 

Lusk James, brakeman T. H. & R. R. R., res. 141 W. Market. 

Lutz George, shoemaker, res. 39 E. New York, 

Lynch J. J., salesman New York Store, res. 131 Mississippi. 



134 INDIANAPOLIS 



Lynch John, laborer, res. 98 E. Maryland. 
LYNCH MICHAEL, M. D., Virginia ave., near Washing- 
ton. 
Lynn David H., collar maker, bds. Temperance House. 
Lyons G-eorge W., laborer, res. 286 S. Madison E. R. 
Lyons John, express driver, res. 83 N. New Jersey. 

M 

McAdams Hugh H., painter, bds. 17 Harris. 

McANULTY P. A., passenger conductor T. H. & E. E. E., 
bds. Palmer House. 

McBaker Thomas, tailor, res. 68 E. Michigan. 

McBride Michael, peddler, res. 142 N. Liberty. 

McCabe Matthew, machinist, res. S. Eorest ave. 

McCallian John, Bellefontaine shop, res. 284 S. Madison. 

McCann John, engineer, res. 297 Virginia ave. 

McCann Patrick, laborer, res. 182 S. Delaware. 

McCann Samuel D., physician, res. 29 N. East. 

McCardy John, conductor freight train T. H. E. E., bds. 
Union House. 

McCarthy Simon, cor. Mississippi and Washington. 

McCarty Eugene, moulder, bds. National Hotel. 

McCarty Jeremiah, marble cutter, bds. cor. East and Mar- 
ket. 

McCarty ]Mrs. Margaret, res. 22 S. Liberty. 

McCarty Michael, laborer, bds. 38 S. Alabama, 

McCAETY NICHOLAS, attorney at law, 70 E. Washing- 
ton, res. 10 Madison ave. 

McCarty Timothy, laborer, res. S. Missouri. 

McChesney Jacob B., clerk Sinking Fund office, res. cor. 
Virginia ave. and Pennsylvania. 

McChesney William L., assistant book-keeper of the Branch 
of the Bankof the State of Indiana, bds. J. McChesney. 

McChesney Jeremiah, res. 61 N. Pennsylvania. 

McClamrock Thomas, res. Indiana ave. 

McClintock Otis, baggage master T. H. & E. E. E., bds. 
Palmer House. 

McClure Theopholus, printer Journal Office, bds. 133 N. 
Mississippi. 

McCoffry John, coal carter, res. 157 W. Maiyland. 

McCOLLIN PHILLIP G-., hosiery and trimmings, 7 N. 
Meridian, res. 37 St. Clair. 

McCool, hub mortiser. res. 239 S. Delaware. 

McCord Benjamin E.,'(McC. & Wheatley,) res. 110 N. Meri- 
dian. 

McCord Mrs. Hannah, res. 159 N. Alabama. 



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McCOED & WHEATLEY, lumber dealers, 119 S. Delaware. 

McCOEMICK HENEY, printer Sentinel Office, bds. Pylo 
House. 

McCoy Thomas S., (col.,) barber, 4 N. Pennsylvania. 

McCoy Eev. James, res. 69 Merrill, 

McCoy Theodore, baggac^eman I. C. E. E., res. 12 Bates. 

McCoy Wm., baggageman T. H. & E. E. E. 

McCullough William, stone cutter, res. 18 E. Market. 

3IcCane Thomas J., carpenter, res. E. Lord. 

McCulloch Gertrude, teacher Indiana Institute for the Edu- 
cation of the Blind. 

McCurdy, (E. Wallingford & Co.,) bds. 15 E. Lockerbie. 

McCurdy George AY., student, bds. 15 E. Lochibie. 

McCutcheon H. C, checkman Central depot, bds. W. Wash- 
ington. 

McDaniel Mrs. Sarah, res. Blake. 

McDonald C. E., inventor, patent rlglit, and model buil- 
der, Sentinel buildings, bds. 85 N. Pennsylvania. 

McDonald David, (McD. & Walker,) res. 85 N. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

McDonald Joseph E., (McD. & Eoache,) res. 93 N. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

McDOXALD & EOACHE, attorneys at law, McOiiat's 
block. 

McDonald & WALKEE, attorneys at law, Yohn's block, 
cor. Meridian and Washington. 

McDonald Mrs. A., res. Douglas. 

McDonough D. B., carpenter, Yermont, near Massachusetts 
ave., res. 103 Indiana ave. 

McDougal William, night watchman Bellefontaine E. E., 
res. 50 S. East. 

McDougal Mrs. Louisa, bds. N. B. Palmer. 

McDougal John, engineer Bellefontaine E. E., res. 50 S. 
East. 

McELYAINE J. Y., general freight agent Madison E. E., 
res. 57 N. Meridian. 

McElwee John, carpenter, res. 154 N. Mississippi. 

McEntire Charles, laborer, res. 133 N. Tennessee. 

McEntire Elizabeth, res. N. Mississippi. 

McEntire J. W.. clerk, bds. 13 N, Mississippi. 

McEntire L., bds. 13 Willard. 

McEYOY HENEY N., (SUTHEELAND & McEYOY,) bds. 
Little's Hotel. 

McEwen E., conductor T. & E. E. E., bds. Bates House. 

McEwen Thomas, laborer, res. N. Wisconsin ave. 

McFarland Miss Charlotte, teacher, res. 14 E. St. Clair. 

McFarland Miss Laura AY., teacher, res. 14 E. St. Clair. 

McGarvey Eichard, laborer, bds. 38 S. Alabama. 



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McGinn Charles, moulder, 255 S. Pennsylvania. 

McGiffin Samuel, broom maker, bds. 130 IS. Pennsylvania. 

McGinnis George F., hatter, res. N. Meridian, JST. of Second. 

McGINNIS OWEN, clothier, 39 E. Washington, res. 26 
Virginia ave. 

McGinnis S., salesman Owen McGinnis, bds. 26 Virginia 
ave. 

McGinnis Steward, student Bryant's Commercial College, 
bds. 26 Virginia ave. 

McGinnis Nicholas, tailor 0. McGinnis. 

McGinnis Patrick, tailor O. McGinnis. 

McGinnis Peter, tailor O. McGinnis. 

McGlenn Michael, laborer, cor. North and Powell. 

McGraw Patrick, laborer, res. 19 E. Georgia, 

McGrew John, clerk L. S. Avery. 

Mcintosh Aeneas, bds. 119 Indiana ave. 

Mcintosh Eev. Stephen S., pastor M. E. (col.) Church, bds. 
119 Indiana ave. 

McIVER JOHN C, agent for Braman & Co.'s sewing ma- 
chines, 6^ W. Washington, up stairs, bds. 23 Indiana 
ave. 

McKenna James, clerk, res. 69 S. New Jersey. 

McKenna John, machinist Bcllefontaine E. E. shop, res. 69 
S. New Jersey. 

McKenna Wm. B., machinist Bcllefontaine E. E. shop, bds. 
69 S. New Jersey. 

McKENZIE WM. A., attorney at law, 30i W. Washington, 
bds. Macy House. 

McKBENAN & PIEECB, real estate agents, 39i W. Wash- 
ington. 

McKernan James H., (McK. & Pierce,) res. Cix'cle. 

McKinley Alexander, exj)ressman, res. 100 Fort AVayne 
ave. 

McKinley Hugh, carriage painter, bds. 100 Fort Wayne 
ave. 

McKinnie L. P., tinner, bds. Tremont House. 

McKinney M., bds. 81 Bluff road. 

McKinney Wm., (col.,) res. 141 W. Washington. 

McKnightly Wm., laborer, res. S. Delaware. 

McLane Albert, painter, res. 8 W. North. 

McLane Wm., hack driver, res. 278 S. Madison. 

McLEAN C. G., principal McLean's Female Seminary, 27 
N. Meridian. 

McLEAN J. W., model builder and inventors' assistant, 6 
S. Meridian, opp. Post Office, up stairs, res. 13 S. Min- 
nesota. 

McLene Jeremiah, jeweler, 1 Bates House, bds. Bates 
House. 



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McLaui^hlin C. W., bds. 149 S. Delaware. 

McLaughlin JOIIN a., gunsmith, 254 E. Washington, 
res. 232 S. Akibama. 

McLaughlin Eodger, laborer, 70 Bluff road. 

McMahan Patrick, laborer, bds. Elizabeth, AV. of Canal. 

McMammon Michael, breakman M. & I. E. R., bds. Hay 
- House. 

McMillin Samuel, (Eldridge, McM. & Biddle,) res. 38 E. 
Vermont. 

McMullen George S., engineer, res. 213 N. Noble. 

McNairy AVm., machinist, bds. Ray House. 

McNamara Michael, brakeman Indianapolis and Cincinnati 
R. R., res. 95 S. Alabama. 

McNarley F., Fletcher's addition. 

McNAUGHT PETER, at 9 W. Washington, bds. Meridian. 

McNaughton Thomas J., butcher, bds. Bender House. 

McNeai George H., laborer, res. 191 E. St. Clair. 

McOuat Andrew, plasterer, res. cor. Patterson and Eliza- 
beth. 

McOuat Andrew W., (R. L. & A. W. McO.,) res. 67 N. East. 

McOUAT'S BLOCK, Kentucky ave., S. W. of Illinois. 

McOuat Geo., U. S. Register, office McOuat's Block. 

McOuat Mrs. Janet S., res. 67 N. East. 

McOUAT R. L. & A. W., stoves and tinware, 69 W. Wash- 
ington. 

McOuat R. L., (R. L. & A. W. McO.,) res. cor. New York 
and Illinois. 

McPhaw John H., laborer, res. McCarty. 

McPhillips H. P., salesman New York Store. 

McPhillips Michael, clerk New York Store, res. 9 Elsworth. 

McQuality William, tinner, bds. Lindsey's. 

McQuithey Howard J. B., clerk Ind. Central Railway. 

McQuithey Monroe T., clerk I. C. Railroad, bds. Pyle 
House. 

McRae John H., bds. 44 S. Meridian. 

McReady James, clerk post office, res. 146 N. Illinois. 

McTAGGART & DOUGHERTY, meat dealers. Bates 
House, 15 N. Illinois. 

McTAGGART ISRAEL, pork packer, office 23 N. Illinois, 
res. 83 N. Illinois. 

McTaggart John W., bds. 83 N. Illinois. 

McVay Barney, laborer, bds. 38 S. Alabama. 

McYay James, laborer, bds. 38 S. Alabama. 

McVey David, res. W. Market. 

McVey James, blacksmith, res. W. Market. 

McWilliams Mrs., 74 W. Michigan. 

McWORKMAN & BRO., grocers, cor. Pennsylvania and 
North. 



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McWorkman Daniel, (McW. & Bro.,) res. 17 >1. North. 

McWorkman Henry, (McW. & Bro.,) res. 17 E. North. 

McWOEKMAN JAMES, superintendent Indiana Institute 
for the Education of the Blind. 

Maby Oscar H., printer John Fahnestock, bds. Massachu- 
setts ave. 

Macauley D., book binder Sentinel office. 

Machett E. M., carpenter, res. 95 St. Joseph. 

MAC INTIEE THOMAS, A. M., superintendent Indiana 
Institute for the Education of the Deaf and Dumb. 

Mack James, baggageman I. & C. Eailroad, bds. Tremont 
House. 

MACY DAVID, attorney at law and superintendent of 
Peru & Indianapolis Eailroad, 10| E. Washington, up 
stairs, res. 78 N. Delaware. 

MACY HOUSE, A. S. Kingsley, proprietor, cor. Market 
and Illinois. 

Maginta Martin, laborer, res. North. 

MADISON & INDIANAPOLIS EAILEOAD, office South, 
bet Pennsylvania and Delaware. 

Maguire H. N., bds. 38 W. Market. 

Maguire H. B., bds. 38 W. Market. 

Maguire Douglass, res. 38 W. Market. 

MAHONEY JAMES, gas fitter, 36 N. Illinois, res. cor. Ala- 
bama and Maryland. 

Mahoney William, carpenter, bds. E. Knight. 

Mains Lcroy M., apprentice with Dr. Frink, bds. 132 N. 
Illinois. 

Mains Samuel, accommodation hack, res. 59 N. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

MA JOE STEPHEN, attorney at law, res. west of city. 

Maker George W., painter, S. W. cor. Washington and Me- 
ridian, res. 139 Massachusetts ave. 

Maker Job D., painter, bds. 139 Massachusetts ave. 

Maker Seth, laborer, res. 139 Massachusetts ave. 

Maker Thomas J., painter, res. 137 N. East. 

Malone Abner, res. 145 Virginia ave. 

MALONE B. F., carpenter, bds. Macy House. 

Malone Patrick, laborer, res. Wyoming. 

Manea Charles, carpenter, res. 137 N. Eailroad. 

M ALONE Y JOHN, boot and shoe maker, 11 S. Meridian, 
res. 169 Mississippi. 

Malott V. T., teller Branch Bank, bds. J. F. Eamsay. 

Maney Samuel, laborer, res. Indiana ave. 

Manker John, cabinet maker, res. S. Delaware. 

Manley John, (col.,) wood sawj^er, res. 130 Indiana ave. 

Mann Austin W., tinner, bds. cor. Market and Alabama. 

Mann Daniel, carpenter, res. 139 N. Alabama. 



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Mann James B., teamster, res. 142 E. New York. 

Mann Samuel R., teamster, res. 71 IST. Spring. 

Manning Patrick, laborer, res. 210 S. Delaware. 

Manning Thomas S., res. 38 W. Ohio, 

Manny John, moulder, bds. National Hotel. 

Mansfield Geo., tailor, bds. 16 W. Georgia. 

Mansfield Julius, tailor, bds. 40 W. Georgia. 

Mansfield Thomas, blacksmith, bds. E. Knight. 

MANSUR FRANK, bds. 8 E. Vermont. 

Mansur Isaiah, ( W. & I. M.,) bds. 4 East Vermont. 

Mansur Jeremiah, pork n:iorchant, res. 8 E. Vermont. 

Mansur W. & I., pork packers, 14 S. Meridian. 

Mansur William, (^Y. & I. M.,) res. 9 Ohio. 

Mapes Caleb, res. 74 Missouri. 

MARCHANT ISAAC, superintendent of Little's Hotel. 

Marchant Isaac, jr., book-keeper, res. cor. Indiana ave. and 
Tennessee. 

Mark Martin, fireman, bds. E. Washington. 

MARKHAM THOMAS, blacksmith, co^r. Pennsylvania and 
Maryland, res. 124 N. East. 

Markley Matthew, butcher, bds. National Hotel. 

Max-quis Joseph O., city express man, res. 113 McCarty. 

Mars AV. A., stoves and tinware, 188 E. Washington. 

MARSEE J. & CO., lumber merchants, office 146 E. Wash- 
ington. 

Marsee John L., (J. Marsee & Co.,) bds. 147 E. South. 

Marsee Joseph, (J. Marsee &Co.,) res. 47 E. South. 

Marsh John, laborer, res. 163 N. Noble. 

Marshall Charles M., tobacconist, res. 75 W. Maryland. 

Marshall George S., assistant clerk Supreme Court, bds. 55 
W. Michigan. 

Marshall Levi, carpenter Bellefontaine shop, res. 80 S. East. 

Martin Mrs. G., 38 Bluff road. 

Martin John, carpenter, res. 38 Bluff road. 

Martin John, (col.,) res. Ill W. North. 

Martin John, bricklayer, res. Oriental. 

MARTIN L. R., at Wiley's real estate agency, IQi E. 
Washington, bds. Bates House. 

Martin Patrick, tailor Moritz & Bro., bds. S. Illinois. 

Martin Philan, currier Mooneys & Co., res. 20 Pennsylvania. 

Martin William, tailor, 3 W. Washington, res. Wiley's ad- 
dition. 

Martindale Henry S., printer Atlas office, bds. 52 S. Dela- 
ware. 

Martindale Mrs. Julia A., seamstress, res. 65 N. Noble. 

Martz Isaac, farmer, res. N. University ave. 

Martz Mrs. Sarah, dressmaker, res. 39 N. Alabama. 

Marvell George, plasterer, res. 156 N. West. 



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Maryland Francis, carpenter, res. 41 St. Clair. 

Massena Fontaine, api^rentice C. G. French, bds. E. end 
Washington. 

-Mason Hamilton, res. 47 W. Georgia. 

Mason Madison, (col.,) laborer, res. 47 W. Georgia. 

MASONIC HALL, cor. Washington and Tennessee. 

Mather John, engineer, res. 93 E. Bates. 

Mathias David, jr.. at Eolling Mill, bds. 192 S. Tennessee. 

Mathwig John, boot and shoemaker, res. 20 N. Illinois. 

Matthews William, clerk, bds. 124 E. Market. 

Matthews Mrs. Margaret, dress maker, res. 124 E. Market. 

MATTLER JOHN, proprietor Washington House, 83 S. 
Meridian. 

Mattler Stej^hen, Union House, cor. Illinois and South, res. 
game. 

Mattox Eli, baggage master I. & C. E. E., bds. 51 Louisiana. 

Mauzy James H., student, bds. E. B. Duncan. 

Maxfield George W., (Donaldson, M. & Prine,) res. New Jer- 
sey, bet. Market and Ohio. 

MAXWELL SAMUEL D., Mayor, office Odd Fellows' Hall, 
res. 156 E. Ohio. 

Maxwell William D., bds. 156 E. Ohio. 

MAY ANDEEW, commission and produce merchant, 85 E. 
Washington, res. 81 S. East. 

May Andrew, cooper, res. 58 S. Bast. 

MAY EDWIN, architect, and inventor of May's patent jail, 
18 E. Market, res. 75 N. Pennsylvania. 

May John, drajnnan, res. 119 McCarty. 

May E. K., res. 61 West. 

MAYEE JOHN F., manufacturer and dealer in umbrellas 
and parasols, 60 E. Washington, res. 161 N. Illinois. 

Mayer W. C, carpenter, bds. C. Nutmeyer. 

MAYHBW E. C. & CO., wholesale boots and shoes, 8 W. 
Louisiana, opp. Union Depot, also at retail, 5. W. Wash- 
ington. 

Mayhew Enoch C, (E. C. M. & Co.,) res. 138 N. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

MAYHEW J. N., model builder, Blake's Eow, bds. 91 
Maryland. 

Mayhew Oscar F., clerk E. J. Gatling, res. 20 Circle. 

Mead James, groceries and provisions, 100 S. Illinois, res. 
Virginia ave. 

Mearhoft' Henry, laborer, res. 158 S. Alabama. 

Mears George W., physician, 14 Circle. 

Mears L. E., student Bryant's Commercial College, bds. Dr. 
Mears. 

Meary Phillip, plummer, bds. 12 Willard. 

Meconi Dionisio, laborer, res. alley, bet. Ohio and New York. 



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Meek E. S., salesman D. C. Middlemi^, res. cor. First and 
Howard. 

Meek Eobert, 8ui)erintendent of motive power I. & C. E. R., 
res. 103 S. Alabama. 

Megrew John P., clerk, bds. Pyle House. 

MegreAv Willis H., miller, bds. 47 JST. Noble. 

Metkel Mrs. Catharine, res. 174 E. Ohio. 

Meikel C. P., res. G5 IS. Mississippi. 

Meikel Mrs. Catharine, G5 N. Mississippi. 

Meikel George ^Y., clei-k Perkins & Coon, res. G5 N. Mis- 
sissippi. 

Meikel Henry, brewer, bds. 135 W. Maryland. 

Meikel John P., brewer, res. 135 W. Maryland. 

Meikel M. I., jeweler, bds. 65 N. Mississij^pi. 

Meller Edward, laborer, res. 135 E. Ohio. 

MELVILLE EOBEET B., cutter Glaser & Bros., 112 N. 
Mississij^pi. 

Mena John, carpenter, res. 67 N. jSToble. 

Menghlet Abraham, tailor, res. 81 S. Illinois. 

Mengis Frank, cigar maker, res. 107 E. Washington. 

Mercer Isaiah, machinist, bds. National Hotel. 

Meredith William, compositor Journal Office, res. bet. Michi- 
gan and North. 

Meredith S. C, express messenger Adams express, res. 52 
Blackford. 

Merick Martin, engineer, bds. Knaus' bakery, E. Washing- 
ton. 

Merick Henry C, ajjprentice Sentinel news room, bds. 22 N. 
Pennsylvania. 

MEEEILL & CO., books and stationery, 19 E. Washington. 

Merrill Samuel, (M. & Co.,) res. 83 Merrill. 

Merrill Dr. John F., 134 AY. New York. 

Mcrrillas John, salesman New York store. 

Merriman John M., j^aint manufacturer, E. Washington, res. 
71 N. East. 

MEEEITT & COUCHLEN, proprietors Ohio Premium 
Woolen Factory, S. side, W. Washington, near Eiver. 

Merritt George, (M. & Coughlen,) res. 102 N. West. 

Merritt Joseph S., carpenter, res. 114 W. Georgia. 

METEOPOLITAN HALL, V. Butsch, proprietor, cor. Ten- 
nessee and Washington. 

METZGEEA. & J., bakers and confectionery, 11 N.Penn- 
sylvania. 

Metzger Alexander, (A. &. J. M.,) res. 55 W. Maryland. 

Metzger Jacob, (A. & J. M.,) bds. 55 W. Maryland. 

MEYEE GEOEGE F., cigars and tobacco, 35 W. Washing- 
res, ton, 56 W. Yermont. 

Meyer John, tinner, 69 Madison ave. 



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Meyer Ludwig, drayman, res. 49 N. Davidson. 

Meyer William, drayman, res. 90 Union. 

Meyers Charles, retired merchant, res. 175 N. Illinois. 

Meyers E. F., upholsterer, bds. Tremont House. 

Meyers Joseph, harness maker James Sulgrove. 

Meyers Phillip, shoemakei-, res. cor. Tennessee and Indiana 
ave. 

Meyers Peter, res. 69 Madison ave. 

Midall John, res. Blake. 

MIDDLEMAS DAVID C. & CO., groceries, stoneware and 
liquors, 107 W. Washington. 

Middlemas David C, (D. C. M. & Co.,) res. 89 W. Mar- 
ket. 

Millar Henry, carpenter, res. 228 N. Alabama. 

Miller A., carpenter, res. 169 S. Alabama, in rear. 

Miller Anthony F. W., carpenter, res. 109 E. Vermont. 

Miller Anthony, drayman, res. 162 S. Tennessee. 

Miller Augustus, watch maker, cor. South and East, res. 
same. 

Miller Chai'les, brick layer, res. 242 E. Washington. 

Miller Charles T., lager beer saloon and bowling alley, S. 

side National I'oad. 
Miller Charles II., carpenter, res. 99 E. Mai-yland. 
Miller Christian, carpenter, res. 125 N. Davidson. 
Miller Mrs. Elizabeth, res. 86 N. Mississippi. 
Miller Mrs. Emily, res. 155 N. Mississippi. 
Miller Frederick W., carpenter, bds. 109 E. Vermont. 
MILLER EEV. GEORGE F., pastor German M. E. Church, 

res. 122 E. Ohio. 
Miller George W., machinist, res. St. Clair, W. of Canal. 
Miller's Garden, S. side National road. 
Miller Henry, grocer, res. 165 N. Noble. 
Miller Henry, helper, res. 118 cor. Vermont and Canal. 
Miller Henry, brick layer, res. 103 N. Eailroad. 
Miller Henry t*., carriage trimmer, bds. Pyle House. 
Miller Henry W., carpenter, res. 135 N. Noble. 
MILLER REV. HUGH B., pastor Baptist Church, res. 11 

Madison ave. 
Miller Jacob R., clerk Elias Werden & Co. 
Miller John, drayman, res. 185 N. East. 
Miller Joseph F., carpenter, res. 86 E. Michigan. 
Miller L., law student, bds. Macy House. 
Miller Mrs. Mary, res. 195 Indiana ave. 
Miller R., barber, cor. South and East, res. same. 
Miller Mrs. Sarah, boarding, 12 Kentucky ave. 
Miller Wm., laborer, res. in rear 169 S. Alabama. 
MILLS, ALFORD & CO., wholesale and retail grocers, 36 
E. Washinfjton. 



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Mills Howard W., (M., Alford & Co.,) res. 71 N. Pennsyl- 
vania. 
Mills W. H., (M., Alford & Co.,) res. 115 E. Ohio. 
MILNEE J., attorney at law and notary public, 84 E. 

"Washington, bds. 44 N. Pennsylvania. 
Milner Davis, student N. W. C. University, bds. Mrs. Smith. 
Milton H. T., carpenter, res. 237 Indiana ave. 
Minahan Andrew, res. 221 S. Delaware. 
Mineck Harvey, steamboat pilot, bds. 229 S. Delaware. 
Minehart Phillip, laborer, res. 29 N. Spring. 
Minger Charles, telegraph operator, bds. California House. 
Mink William, boot and shoe maker, bds. S. East, over 

Union Eailwaj^. 
Minnely Henry, shoemaker, bds. Little's Hotel. 
Mitehel Jacob, salesman Glaser & Brother, bds. Palmer 

House. 
Mitchell Marl, blacksmith, bds. National Hotel. 
Mittay John C, saddler, res. 159 E. New York. 
Mittay John C, barkeeper Eagle Saloon, res. 138 E. Wash- 
ington, up stairs. 
Mittay William M., barkeeper Nebraska Saloon, res. HE. 

Georgia. 
Mittiffer Henr}', Bluff road. 

Mitten George, engineer I. & C. E. E., bds. Bates House. 
Mock Martin, tailo"!', res. 178 E. Ohio. 
Moesch T. H., at Apollo Garden, res. cor. Kentucky ave. 

and Tennessee. 
Moda Michael, shoemaker, res. 51 S. Illinois. 
MofRtt E. E., law student with McDonald & Walker. 
Moffitt John, machinist, res. G9 W. South. 
MOFEITT JOHN, dentist. Sentinel building, res. cor. First 

and N. Illinois. 
Moffitt John, jr., compositor Locomotive, bds. cor. South 

and Tennessee. 
Moffitt Oliver, printer, bds. cor. South and Tennessee. 
Moffitt William, (Beck & M.,) bds. 21 S. Delaware. 
Moltare Gottlieb, 50 Union. 

Molton Charles, engineer E. E., res. 20 N. West. 
Molton John, driver American and United States Express, 

bds. American House. 
MONNINGEE DANIEL & CONE AD, Court House Saloon 

and billiards, 121 E. Washington, res. same. 
Monroe John, carpenter, 107 E. Ohio. 
Monroe William M., messenger Adams Express Madison & 

Indianapolis E. E. 
Montague William, wagon maker, 12 N. Delaware, res. 59 

S. New Jersey. 
Monteeth James, brick moulder, bds. 59 S. New Jersey. 



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Monteetli John, carj^enter, res. 81 E. South. 

Montc^omeiy Andrew, shoemaker, res. 112 N. Meridian. 

MONTGOMEEY CHAUNCY, proprietor Washington Hall 
Billiard Saloon, W. Washington, res. 75 Maryland. 

MONTGOMEEY JAMES, hack "^driver, res. Louisiana, bet. 
Illinois and Tennessee. 

Mooklar William B., clerk J. P. Pope, 33 W. Washington, 
bds. Ill East. 

MOONEYS & CO., dealers in leather, hides and oil, 75 S. 
Meridian. 

Mooney James E., (M. & Co.,) res. Edinburgh, Ind. 

Mooney Wm. W., (M. & Co., res. Edinburgh, Ind. 

Moore Mrs. Catharina E., res. 68 E. St. Joseph. 

Moore Chauncey G., bds. 100 N. Pennsylvania. 

Moore Charles P., foreman Kregelo, Blake & Co., res. 123 
]Sr. Meridian. 

Moore Charles W., (Merrill & Co.,) res. Merrill, bet. New 
Jersey and Alabama. 

Moore Deborah D., res. 9 E. Michigan. 

Moore George W., 283 Virginia ave. 

Moore Mrs. Hattie, school teacher, res. 41 W. Walnut. 

Moore Henry, fireman I. & C. E. E., res. 161 S. Dela- 
ware. 

Moore Isaac P., fireman B. li. E., res. 81 N. East. 

Moore John, laborer, bds 76 E. Market. 

Moorhead Phineas B., fijreman Bellefontaine E. E., bds. 
Little's Hotel. 

Moran Patrick, laborer, res. 192 S. East. 

Morgan David, heater Polling Mill, res. 16 Willard. 

Morgan Dennis, clerk, bds. N. Mississippi, bet. j^ew York 
and Vermont. 

Morgan Dennis, cor. Ohio and Tennessee. 

Morgan E. E., machinist Bellefontaine shop, bds. S. Dela- 
ware. 

Morgan Edward, machinist, bds. Eay House. 

Morgan Mrs. Elizabeth, 99 Louisiana. 

Morgan Mrs. H., boarding house, 51 E. Louisiana. 

Morgan James, clerk, bds. Eay House. 

Morgan Samuel, (Smith & M.,) res. 57 E. New York. 

Morgan William, student Bryant's Commercial College, 
bds. 101 E. Louisiana. 

Morgan William D., res. W. Market. 

Morgenweck V., laborer, res. 9 Chatham. 

Moriarty Daniel, laborer, res. 174 S. Delaware. 

Mority Patrick, laborer, res. 11 Eailroad. 

MOEITZ & BEO., clothiers and merchant tailors, 3 E. 
Washington and 19 W. Washington. 

Moritz Solomon, (M. & Bro.,) bds. Bates House. 



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Morley A. J., bookbinder Sheets & Braden, bds. Palmer 
House. 

Morley Thomas, laborer, res. 159 W. JMarjland. 

Morlev Walter, laborer, res. 159 W. Maryland. 

MOEXINGSTAR PETER, meat market, N. Pennsylvania, 
near Odd Fellows' Hall. 

Morrell "William S., school teacher, res. 59 N. Missis- 
sijipi. 

Morris Mrs. A. W., res. 53 S. Meridian. 

Morris Charles G., bds. 50 S. Meridian. 

Morris George W., bds. E. Maryland, bet. Meridian and 
Yirginia. 

Morris James W., bds. 50 S. Meridian. 

Morris John D., freight agent I. & C. E. R., res. 50 S. Me- 
ridian. 

Morris John, shoemaker, res. 65 N. Noble. 

Morris 3Irs. Catharine, res. 155 N. Railroad. 

Morris John, bds. cor. Tennessee and Indiana ave. 

Morris L. T., res. 53 S. Meridian. 

Morris X. N., student X. W. C. University, res. 53 S. Me- 
ridian. 

Morris Sanford Y., clerk Danforth & SimjDson, res. 113 W. 
South. 

MORRIS SAMUEL, attorney at law and notary public, 
24^ E. Washington, res. foot of Madison ave. 

MORRIS THOMAS A., president Indianapolis Insurance 
Co., 14 and 16 S. Meridian, res. Port Wayne ave. 

Morrison A. P.. clerk Mills, Alford & Co., bds. Port Wayne 
road, X. E. part of city. 

Morrison Mrs. Ann P., res 32 X. Pennsylvania. 

Morrison Charles J., clerk W. H. Talbott & Co., bds. cor. 
Pennsylvania and Market. 

Morrison James, (M. & Ray,) res. cor. St. Mary and Port 
Wayne road. 

Morrison John T., clerk, res. 12 E. Michigan. 

Morrison Michael, teamster, res. 19 Union. 

MORRISOX & RAY, attorneys at law, 26 E. Washington, 
up stairs. 

Morrison Wm. H., sen., (Mills, Alford & Co.,) res. Penn- 
sylvania, N. of city limits. 

Morrison Wm. H., jr., book-keeper Mills, Alford & Co., bds. 
N. E. j)art of city, Port Wayne road. 

Mori'ow B. B., (Wiggim & M.,) American House. 

Morrow Thomas, laborer, res. north of Carlisle's old mill. 

Morrow Walter L., bds. 34 E. Market. 

Morton John, watchman Rolling Mill, bds. 13 Willard. 

Morton William S. T., (Coffin & M.,) res. Centreville. 
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MOSES LUCIUS W., optician, 20 E. Washington, res. 13 

E. Market. 
Mosher Theodore, machinist, hds. L. B. Wilson. 
Mosher Tracy D., clerk Eklridg-e, McMillin & Biddle. 
Moss Lewis, machinist, at Eolling mill, res. 1313 E. Wash- 
ington. 
Moss Mrs. Lj'dia, (col.,) res. W. ISTorth. 
Moss ]N"athan, (col.,) barber, bds. W. North. 
Mot Jacob, showman, bds. 212 W. Washington. 
Mothershead John L., bds. 54 S. Meridian. 
Mottis Henry, stone mason, res. 270 Fletcher's addition. 
Mount A. S., (Mooneys & Co.,) res. 50 S. Illinois. 
]\rount Humphrey, carpenter, res. 144 E. North. 
Mowr}- C. E., harness maker, James Sulgrove, bds.TemjDer- 

ance House. 
MUELLER JOHN, importer of wines, liquors and cigars, 

212 E. Washington, res. same, up stairs. 
Muir James, tea dealer, 33 W. Market, res. same. 
Muirson Alexander, stone dealer, 143 Virginia ave. 
Mull Jacob, carriage maker, res. 233 N. Illinois. 
Mullen John, laborer, res. 144 E. New York. 
Mullen Eoger, brick maker, res. 189 S. New Jersey. 
Mulleney Patrick, Avith C. A. Elliott & Co., bds. 32 Ken- 
tucky ave. 
Mulleney D., clerk, bds. 32 Kentucky ave. 
MuUer Fred, cook Capital Saloon, bds. 14 E. Washington. 
Mullor John A. D., carpenter, res. 196 N. East. 
Munsell Ezra, wagon maker, bds. 175 E. Ohio. 
MUNSELL HENEY, wagon maker, Wabash alley, bet. 

Liberty and Noble, res. 175 E. Ohio. 
Munson C. H., (M. & Johnson,) res. 119 E. Ohio. 
Munson David, (Locke & M.,) res. Market, bet. East and 

New Jersey. 
MUNSON & JOHNSON, stoves and tinware, G2 E. 

AVashington. 
Murlaugh John, carpenter, res. 187 W. New York. 
MUEPIIY & HOLLIDAY, iron, steel and springs, 34 E. 

Washington. 
Murphy James, laborer, res. Elizabeth, near Blake. 
Murphy John W., (M. & Holliday,) res. 33 E. Ohio." 
Murphy John, brakeman, res. 153 S. Minnesota. 
Murphy Jonathan, res. 93 E. Louisiana. 
Murphy Mrs. Kate L., res. 64 Bright. 
3[urphy Mike, res. Blackford. 
Murph}' Timothy, boot and shoe maker, 4 W. Market, res. 

same. 
Musgrove Dr. Philip B., bds. N. Tennessee. 
Musgrove Moses, spinner, res. California. 



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Would return his most devout thanks to his friends for 
their patronage of the past, hoping by a faithful perform- 
ance of all work entrusted to him as a Surgeon or Mechanical 
Dentist, still to merit a continuance of the same. 

Having removed from his old place of business to his 
new and beautiful rooms in 

YOHIST'S BLOCK. 



Where he will be happy to meet, not only his old friends, 
but new ones — having added much to his facilities for the 
convenience and comfort of his numerous patrons, and also 
for the quick dispatch of all kinds of Dental woi-k. From 
one tooth to a whole set inserted in a few hours. Every 
operation for the preservation and beauty of the human teeth 
will be performed in the most careful and thorough manner. 

CHLOHOFORM GIVEN WHEN REQUIRED. 

OFFICE HOURS FROM 8 A. M. TO 5 P. M. 

Office P»^o. 4 ^^ohn's I31oclc, 

Cor. of Washington and N. Meridian Sts., Indianapolis 



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Muth Matthew, baker, bds. 55 Maiylancl. 

Myer Christian F., carpenter, res. 41 N. East. 

Myer Martin, umbreHa maker, res. 171 E. Washington. 

Myer Moses, clothier and dealer in furnishing goods, 'N. W. 
cor. Washington and Meridian, res. IIG Ohio. 

Myer William, blacksmith, res. 47 E. Georgia. 

Myers C. J., (M. & Witthoft, ) bds. Pattison House. 

Myers Henry, carpenter, res. 69 Davidson. 

Myers Henry, res. 65 Merrill. 

Myers John, carpenter, res. 124 N. Davidson. 

Myers John M., tinner, res. 69 S. Pennsylvania. 

M3'ers Joseph, harness maker, bds. 59 Maryland. 

Myers Leonard, confectioner, res. 149 E. Ohio. 

Mj-ers Philip, boot and shoe maker, res. 2d door cor. Ten- 
nessee and Indiana ave. 

MYERS & WITTHOFT, wholesale and retail manuflvc- 
turers of furniture, 171 E. Washington. 



ISTagel Daniel, laborer, res. 23 E. Harrison. 

Naltner A., Nebraska Saloon, res. 117 S. Tennessee. 

Naltner Martin, bar tender. Magnolia Saloon. 

Nassoy Henry, laborer, res. 161 N. Noble. 

Neall Jonathan R., jiroduce dealer, 134 E. Washington, res. 

89 N. New Jersey. 
Nealy Hugh, clerk, res. E. Vine. 
Neas Louis, carpenter, res. 82 E. St. Joseph. 
Neflfing Nicholas, cabinet maker, 240 old Madison road. 
NetHe Frederick, watchman Kregelo, Blake & Co., res. S. 

West. 
Nehli ng Frederick C, teamster, res. 125 cor. South and 

New Jersey. 
Neil Jonathan, (Holms & N.,) bds. N. New Jersey. 
Neiman Christian, carpenter, res. 122 N. Davidson. 
Neiman Jacob, township trustee, office Court House, res. 4 

miles N. W. of town, on Lafayette Railroad. 
NEIMEYER JOHN H., portrait painter, over A. B. 

Willard & Co. 
Neimeyer William, laborer, res. 66 S. Noble. 
Neis Adam, blacksmith, res. 139 E. Washington. 
Nelson Henry IL, sheriff' Supreme Court, res. 73 N. Missis- 
sippi. 
Nelson John, machinist, res. E. Hosbrook. 
Nelson Sandy, (col.,) washerwoman, res. 78 N. Missouri. 
Nevitt William, res. 59 E. Ohio. 
NEW JOHN C, clerk Circuit and Common Pleas Courts, 

office at Conrt House, res. 102 N. Pennsylva,nia. 



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New Kcv. John B., pastor Christian Church, res. 56 N. Illi- 
nois. 

Xewcomb Horatio C, (X. & Tarkinofton,) 58 X. Alabama. 

NEWC03IB & TAEKINGTOX, attorneys at law, 24 E. 
Washington, np stairs. 

XEWCOMEK CHRISTIAN, saloon, 13 W. Washington, 
res. same. 

Newcomer F. S., physician and surgeon, office 14, res. 15, 
Circle. 

Newell L. S., retired, res. 2-1 N. Mississippi. 

Newland John T., clerk Wm. Worland, bds. 37 Virginia 
ave. 

NEWSMAN JOHN S., president Indiana Central Eailroad 
Co., office cor. Virginia ave. and Delaware, res. Centre- 
ville. 

Newman Peter, laborer, res. 149 8. Mississippi. 

Newman Walter, clerk Ind. Central R. R. otiice. 

NEW YORK DRY GOODS STORE, W. & H. Glenn & 
Co., proprietors, Glenns' Block, E. Washington. 

NICHOLAS SEBASTIAN C, printer Sentinel office, bds. 
Little's Hotel. 

Nicholas Miss Georgiana, school teacher Indianapolis Fe- 
male Institute, bds. 34 E. Michigan. 

N"icholas Joseph W., law student, bds. 93 N. Pennsylvania. 

NICHOLS T. M., surgeon dentist, 24 S. Meridian.' 

Nichols Willard, foreman Atlas office, res. 93 Massachu- 
setts ave. 

Nicholson David, stone cutter, res. 120 E. Michigan. 

Nicholson William, stone mason, res. 60 N. Noble. 

Nichol Robert, carpenter, res. 238 S. Alabama. 

NICOLAI CHARLES, harness maker and saddler, 268 E. 
Washington, res. same. 

Nicolai Julius, retired, 89 W. Washington. 

Nicolai L., meat store, 39 E. New York, bds. 48 E. New 
York. 

Nieman William, carpenter, bds. 157 E. Ohio. 

Niles Thomas N., Bryant's Commercial College, bds. Pyle 
House. 

Nobbe Henry, printer Sentinel Office, res. 112 N. Noble. 

NOBLE WILLIAM H. L., general ticket agent 1. & C. R. 
R., res. 30 N. Delaware. 

Noble Winston P.. res. E. Market. 

Nofsinger W. R., East of City limits. 

Noltary Charles, baker Cincinnati baker3% bds. 91 E. Wash- 
ington. 

Nolting Charles, laborer, res. 197 N. Alabama. 

Nolting John, laborer, res. 199 N. Alabama. 

Nooe wid. A., res. 73 S. New Jersey. 



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Norris Amos, res. 243 S. Pennsylvania. 

Norris Stephen, res. 20 N. Delaware. 

NORTH CAPT. MYllON, livery and sale stables, 2-i S. 

Pennsylvania, res. 11) W. Maryland. 
North Oliver M., bds. 19 W. Maryland. 
North S. P., clerk, bds. Farmers' Hotel. 
NORTH-WESTEEN CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY, N. E. 

of City limits. 
Northway Georg-e, plasterer, res. 94 N. New Jersey. 
Northway John, phisterer, res. 146 E. North. 
Norton John, Farmers' Hotel, res. Gl Illinois, 
Norwood Elbert F., tinner, res. 26 N. Illinois. 
Norwood George, bds. 95 N. Illinois. 
Norwood Mrs. Margaret, res. 72 W. Maryland. 
Norwood Richard, res. 26 N. Illinois. 

Nulting Cliai-les, with F. Ballman, bds. 91 E. Washington. 
Nurman Christ, shoemalvcr, bds. 176 E. Washington. 
Nuttraeyer Charles IL, carpenter, res. 181 E. Ohio. 
Nuttmeyer Christian, carpenter, res. 151 E. Ohio. 



Ober David J., clerk, res. 101 Tennessee, 

O'Briau Jeremiah, tin smith, res. 1 N. New Jersey. 

O'Brien Timothy K., clerk Ind. Cen. R. R., bds. American 
House. 

O'Brien Thomas, hostler, res. W. Maryland. 

O'Connor Patrick, bds. 245 W. Washington. 

O'Connor Edmund, laborer, bds. 29 N. Davidson. 

ODD FELLOWS' HALL, N. E. cor. Pennsylvania and 
Washington. 

O'Donell Thomas, laborer, bds. 204 S- Delaware. 

Older A., watch maker, res. Washington, bet. Tennessee and 
Mississippi. 

Oelschlager Benjamin, clerk Perkins & Coon, res 111 Fort 
Wayne ave. 

Off Christian, sawyer, bds. 189 N. Davidson. 

Off Gottlieb, bar tender St. Charles saloon. 

Oglesby John H., res. Alvord's Block, 3d door, S. of Mary- 
land. 

OGLESBY WILLIAM P., clerk and telegraph operator, 
bds. Alvord's Block, S. Pennsylvania. 

O'llara Mrs. Sarah, res. 79 E. Market. 

Oehelar David, shoemaker, res. 38 Bluff" Road. 

Ohr Aaron D., ticket agent Union Depot, res. 80 E. Mar- 
ket. 

Ohr Henry, grand scribe of G. D. S. of T., 28 W. Washing- 
ton, res. 48 N. Delaware. 



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OIIK JOHN H.. (agent Adtims Express Co.,) res. 92 N. New 
Jersey. 

Ohr M. L., messenger Adams Express Co T. II. E. E. E. 

Okej Edward H., mason, res. 1G7 N. New Jersey. 

Okey James, res. 183 N. New Jerse}-. 

Okey Joseph B , solicitor of patents, res. 144 ]S . East. 

Okey Phillip, carpenter, res. 124 E. Michigan. 

Oldmans Harmon, clerk, bds. cor. Washington and Mississ- 
ippi. 

OUom Jacob, teamster, res. Elizabeth, bet. Blake and Dun- 
lap. 

O'Neal Hugh, atturney at law, .Etna Building, I^, . Pennsyl- 
vania. 

O'Neal Patrick, laborer, res. 14 E. Georgia. 

ON'eal Richard, real estate agent, 12 S. Pennsylvania, res. 
99 Virginia ave. 

O'Neal Timothy, laborer, res. 9 N. Eailroad. 

O'NEAL EOBEET E., business agent Atlas, bds. Palmer 
House. 

O'Ealferty A., boot and shoemaker, res. 1G9 Mississippi. 

O'Eeilly Douglass, plasterer, res. vS. East. 

OEIENTAL HOE'SE, E. Costigan, proprietor, S. Illinois, 
bet. Maryland and Georgia. 

Orlopp Eichard, American Express messenger I. & St. L. 
K. E., bds. Bates House. 

Orr G. B., brick mason, res. Indiana ave. 

Osbourne Samuel, secretary Gov. AVillard, bds. 53 W. Mich- 
igan. 

OSGOOD J. 1j., house and sign painter, 24 Kentucky ave., 
res. 34 N. Mississippi. 

Osgood J. P.., jr., bds. with J. B. Osgood. 

OSGOOD SMITH & CO., la.st, pegjiub, spoke and felloe 
manufacturers, ISO S. Illinois. 

Osgood .1. E., (O., Smith & Co.,) res. 17 W. Georgia. 

Ostermeyer Christian, dravnian, res. 137 E. Ohio. 

OSTERi'lEYEE FEEDEEICIv, dry goods, groceries and 
])i-ovisions, 258 E. Washington, res. same. 

Ostermeyer Louis, sr., laborer, res. 145 N. Liberty. 

Ostermeycr, Louis, marble polisher, res 147 N. Liberty. 

Osvrald Godfried, laborer, res. 165 N. Eailroad. 

OTT JOHN & (;0., wholesale and retail dealers and manu- 
facturers of furniture, 117 W. Washington. 

Ott John (J. O. & Co.,) res. 117 W. Washiirgton. 

Ott Michael, res. 102 cMCarty. 

Otte William, carpenter, res. 155 E. Ohio. 

Otten Deitrich, chair maker, res. 41 N. Spring. 

Otten Deitrich, cigar manufacturer, 159 E. Washington, res. 
Spring. 



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Otis W. II. auditor B. E. 11. Line, bds. Maryland. 

Otto B., printer Volksblatt Office, 130 E. Washington, res. 

same. 
Otto Pliillip, laborer, loO N. Alabama. 
Over D. J., clerk, res. 101 N. Tennessee. 
Owen John, clerk 13 S. Meridian, res. same. 
Owens Nathaniel, plasterer, res 87 E. South. 
Owens wid. William, res. ICl Liberty. 
O^'ler William, varnisher Sloan & Ingersoll, res. 101 S. 

Alabama. 



Palmer Charles, C, retired, bds. 37 W. Maryland, 
Palmer Edward S., (Douglass &. P..) res. 40\S. Illinois. 
PALMEP HOUSE, Jesse D. Carmichael, cor. Washington 

and Illinois. 
Palmer John, blacksmith, bds. Michigan Eoad. 
Palmer Nathan B., retired, res. 37 W. Maryland. 
PALMER & TALBOTT, dry goods wholesale and retail, 

37 E. Washington. 
Palmer T. G., deputy auditor of State, 7 McOuat's Block. 
Palmer T. G., (P. &"Talbott,) res. 90 N. Illinois. 
PAPISETTE JAMES, pharmaceutic confectioner, 15 N. 

Illinois, res. same. 
PAEK TIIEEON, agricultural implement dealer, 86 W. 

Washington, res. cor. Tennessee and AVashington. 
Parks James, pattern nuxker, res, 12 N. New Jersey. 
Parks John, (col.,) chief cook Little's Hotel. 
Parker Benjamin, Bryant's Commercial College, bds. Macy 

House. 
Parker Columbus, bds. S. Illinois. 
Parker Mrs. Catharine, 13-4 E. Washington. 
PAEKEE EDGAE, dealer in guns, pistols and fancj' goods, 

17 S. Illinois. 
Parker Scott W., law student with Smith & Smith, 
Parker Wilson, brick mason, 103 S. Tennessee. 
PAEKMAM CHAELES B., secretary Eolling Mill Co., 

res. cor. Mississippi and Maryland. 
Parmerlee James C, (Yandes & Co.,) res. Brown county. 
Parmelee W. H., clerk Ind. & Laf E. E. 
Parrish IL, attends to his own business, office 2'4 E. Wash- 
ington, bds. Palmer House. 
Parrish John, finisher, bds. 258 S. Delaware. 
Parrish Solomon, with I. Davis & Co., res. 104 S. New 

Jersey. 
PAEEOT HOEACE, general ticket agent Ind. Central E. 

E., res. 141 N. Delaware. 



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PAEEY & WEIGHT, physicians and Btirgeons, office 12 E. 
Market. 

Parry Charles, M. D., (P. & Wright,) res. 23 N. Meridian. 
Parsley Ashbnry, teamster, res. 161 N. Alabama. 

Parsons Charles A., conductor P. & I. E. E., bds. American 
House. 

PAESONS JOHN J., superintendent Sentinel Bindery, 
Sentinel Building, res. Gl W. New York. 

Partridge Joseph, express messenger Adams & Co., T. H. & 
E. Eailroad & Evansville Eailroad, bds. Palmer House. 

PAEVIN THEOPHILUS, M. D., res. 69 N. Alabama. 

Pascoe James, boiler maker, Bellefontaine E. E. shop, res. 
75 S. New Jersey. 

Pasquire John B., carpenter, res. 176 E. Michigan. 

Patterson Edward W., stock dealer, res. 32 N. Delaware. 

PA'I TKESON J. M., livery stable, 34 E. Maryland, res. 
101- Massachusetts ave. 

Patterson John, carpenter, res. 156 N. Delaware. 

Patterson John P., traveling agent J. AV. Holland, res. 85 
N. New Jersey. 

Patterson T. T. N., speculator and tanner, res. 71 N. Ala- 
bama. 

Patterson E. H., book-keeper, bds. W. end North. 

PATTEESON S. J., flouring and saw mill, W. Washing- 
ton, near river bank, res. W. end North. 

PATTEESON WILLIAM, attorney at law and notary 
public, 30 W. Washington, up stairs, res. 152 E. Ohio. 

Pattison Aug. E., at N. W. C. U., res. 71 N. Alabama. 

Pattison wid. Jehu, (col.,) res. 139 N. East. 

Pattison ^V. T.. 17 N. Alabama. 

Paxton Mrs. Elizabeth, res. 3 Circle. 

Paul Henry, shoemaker, res. 173 S. Delaware. 

Payne Alice, tailoress, res. Kentucky. 

Paynter Edv/ard W., printer Sentinel oftice, bds. Tennessee, 
bet. Ohio and New York. 

Payton William, (col.,) currier Jno. Fishback, res. 139 
N. West. 

Peacock Wm. H., engineer I. & C. E. E., res. S. side Na- 
tional road. 

Pearson Joseph, stone cutter, res. 18 E. Market. 

Pearson Leonard, American Express messenger T. H. & E. 
Eailroad, bds. Palmer House. 

Pearson L., brick mason, res. 11-1 N. Alabama. 

Peasley Abraham, res. 126 N. West. 

PP^CK E. J., president and superintendent T. H. & E. 
Eailroad, office at dej^ot, res. Maryland, bet. Illinois 
and Tennessee. 

Peck George W., cabinet maker, res. 156 N. Delaware. 



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Peck Thomas, pattern maker, bds. 154 N. Delaware. 

Pedicord E. M., railroad bridge builder, res. 179 E. Mar- 
ket. 

Pedlow James C, blacksmith, res. S. E. Michigan ave. 

Pee Geo. W., salesman J. Crossland, res. 72 N. Alabama. 

Pells Isaac T., salesman New York Store. 

Pence Nicholas, laborer, bds. N. Noble. 

Pender Thomas, res. 50 E. Market. 

Penn S. W., 24 Mississippi. 

PENNSYLVANIA HOUSE, 208 E. Washington, cor. 
East. 

Penticost M., retired, res. 173 N. Alabama. 

Penticost S. F., cor. St. Clair and Alabama. 

Perdue H., daguerrean artist, 39^ W. Washington, res- 
same. 

Perdue Milton W., brakeman B. E. E., res. N. 67 Noble. 

PEEINE & MAYHEW, model builders, 1 3d floor Blake's 
Building, cor. Washington and Kentucky ave. 

Perine Alfred T., (P. & Mayhew,) bds. 91 Maryland. 

PEEEINE CHAELES O., news stand Union Depot, res. 
26 Maryland, cor. Illinois. 

PEEEINE JAMES, res. New Jersey, bet. Market an<l 
Ohio. 

Perkins Barzelia, machinist, res. E. Louisiana. 

PEEKINS & COON, drugs and medicines, 14 W. Wash- 
ington. 

Perkins C. Gr., (P. & Coon,) res. 40 N. Mississippi. 

Perkins William I., (col.,) laborer, 139 N. West. 

PEEKINS SAMUEL E., Judge of Supreme Court, res. N. 
side New York, bet. California and West. 

PEEEIN GEOE(iE K., attorney at law and notary pub- 
lic. College Hall Buildings, E. Washington, bds. Pylc 
House. 

PEEEOTT SAMUJ^^L & SON, grocers, 200 W. Washing- 
ton. 

Perrott William W., (S. P. & Son,) 200 W. Washington. 

Perry John, turner, res. 11 Elsworth. 

Pearsall Peter E., professor of music, 26 S. Tennessee. 

PEEU & INDIANAPOLIS EAILEOAD, Depot S. New 
Jersey. 

Pesser Charles, stone cutter, i-es. S. Delaware. 

Peters Hai'rison, wagon maker, bds. Farmers' and Drovers' 
Hotel. 

Peters Henry, breakman T. H. & E. Eailroad, bds. Union 
House. 

Peterson John D., carpenter, res. 92^ N. New Jersey. 

Petty James E., res. Drake & Mayhew's addition. 
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STEREOTYPING OF ALL KINDS. 

Books, Music, Patent Medicine Directions, Jobs, 
Wood Cuts, &c., &c. 

Brand and Pattern Letters 

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CITY DIRECTORY. 163 



Petrie John, saloon and boarding, 222 E. Washington, res. 

same. 
Pfaff William I., clerk, hds. 35 E. Michigan. 
Pfofflin Theodore, (Klotz & P..) res. 68 N. Mississippi. 
Pfeifler George, laborer, res. 86 St. Joseph. 
Pfeiffer John, scissor grinder, res. 89 Fort Wayne ave. 
Pflegar George, laborer, res. 27 N. Noble. 
Phelan Martin, currier Mooneys & Co., bds. Mrs. Ferguson. 
PHELPS O., editor School Journal, res. N. Ash. 
Phelps Simon B., engineer, res. 100 E. Louisiana. 
Phillips John, res. S^Villard. 
Phillips William, 27 McCarty. 
Phipps II. C, clerk Samuel Eosengarten. 
PHIPPS ISAAC N., real estate agent, office 28 E. Market, 

res. 26 E. Market. 
Phipps John M., carriage maker, res. 179 E. Vermont. 
Pick Henry, baker Cincinnati Bakery, bds. 91 E. Washing- 

» ton. 
Pickering C. H., pattern maker, 261 W. Washington. 
PICKERILL O. F., daguerrean operator, bds. Mrs. Kinder. 
Pickett Henry, (col.,) driver Bates House. 
Pickett John A., laborer, res. 178 IST. East. 
Piele Henry, bar keeper Capital Saloon, bds. 14 E. Wash- 
ington. 
PIEL WILLIAM F., general store, 2-10 E. Washington, 

res. same. 
Pierce Winslow S., (McKernan & P.,) res. New York, cor. 

West. 
Pierson Levi, brick layer, res. 114 N. Alabama. 
Pierson S. D., salesman and cutter Owen McGinnis, res. 109 

E.Ohio. 
Pigg James, carj^enter, res. 104 McCarty. 
Pigg Francis, painter, res. Harris. 
Pigg John, pump maker, res. 42 E. Louisiana. 
Pike Charles R., engineer, I'cs. 55 S. Bennett. 
Piland Anderson, carpenter, bds. 188 Indiana ave. 
PINNEY SIDNEY A., produce dealer, 192 E. Washington, 

res. 70 N. East. 
PINNEY WILLIAM H. H., produce dealer, 192 E. Wash- 

inton, res. 70 N. East. 
PITTS GEOEGE W., ice merchant, res. 78 Indiana ave. 
. Plasnick Christian, cabinet maker, res. 145 N. Alabama. 
Plasnick Henry, blacksmith, bds. 145 N. Alabama. 
PLEASANTS JOHN, physician and surgeon, office 30 E. 

Market, res. 90 E. Market. 
Ploch John, bar keeper Union Hall, bds. same. 
Plogstarth Victor D., stone mason, res. 164 N. Liberty. 
Plumb Charles, bakery, S. Meridian, bds. 4 S. Meridian. 



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Plummer Miss Amanda M., bds. 164 JST. Noble. 
Plummer wid. Hiram, 82 E. Market. 

Pohler Louis, switcliman I. P. & C. E. E., res. 142 E. 
Market. 

Pohler William, laborer, res. 114 Virginia ave. 

Polster Frederick, laborer, res. 116 E. Market. 

Pond Frederick S., turner, res. 208 McCarty. 

Poole Adoniram J., engineer Bellefontaine Eailroad, res. 
123 E. Market. 

Poorman D. S., plasterer, res. 44 Pennsylvania. 

Pope Christian, laborer, res. 33 Hai-rison. 

Pope Henry, paper maker, res. 117 N. West. 

POPE HENEY L., sup't'lnd. Cen. E. E., office cor. Dela- 
ware and Virginia avcs., res. Cambridge City. 

POPE J. P., wholesale and retail druggist, 33 W. Wash- 
ington, res. Ill East. 

Pope William S., clerk Vinnedge & Jones, res. 117 cor. 
Washington and Vermont. 

Pope William, (Hotz & Co.,) bds. Farmers' Hotel. 

Poppensicker C, employee B. E. E., res. 108 S. Noble. 

Poppensicker Gottlob, res, 108 S. Noble. 

POETEE ALBEET G., attorney at law, res. 109 N. Dela- 
ware. 

Porter Theodore E.. tailor, res. 81 N. Meridian. 

POST OFFICE, John M. Talbott, P. M., 1 and 3 S. Me- 
ridian. 

Pottage Charles E., clerk, bds. 12 W. Market. 

POTTAGE BENJAMIN, dealer in hardware and iron, 76 
W. Washington, res. 12 W. Market. 

Potter James B., butcher, res. 30 N. Spring. 

Potts Chas., sen., moulder, res. 216 S. Alabama. 

Potts Chas., jr., moulder, bds. 216 S. Alabama. 

POUEDEE & BOEST, meat market, cor. E. Washington 
and Pennsylvania. 

Pourder Milton, (P. & Borst,) res. 15 Indiana ave. 

Powle Henr}^, carjienter, res. 88 N. Noble. 

Powle John, carpenter, res. 107 N. Noble. 

POWELL WILLIAM M., agent I. & C. E. E., res. 45 S. 
Meridian. 

Powers Martin, porter Bates House. 

Powers Patrick, laborer, res. 209 S. Pennsylvania. 

Prange Charles, clerk A. & H. Schnull, bds. Alabama, bet. 
Market and Ohio. 

Prassa Henry, boot and shoe maker, 174 E. Washington. 

Pratt Mrs. L. A., milliner, Dunlop's Eow, N. Meridian. 

PEATT WILLIAM B., local agent P. & I. E. E., office at 
depot, res. E. Market, bet. Noble and Eailroad. 

Preis John, shoemaker, 218 E. Washington, res. same. 



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"A knowledge of the Science of Business, as well as its art, is neces- 
sary to the complete education of the Merchant. A knowledge of the 
theory of the profession gives stability to character. It gives wisdom in 
practice, and traces out consecjiuences by the light of experience. "•■• * * ■■■' 
A counting-house education will be of advantage to every man, whatever 
his future occupation may be. To farmers it will teach business habits 
and attention to accounts, which will give them increased interest and 
success in their business ; to the mechanic it will teach order, system, 
management, the practical value of Book-Keeping, and remedy many of 
their deficiencies; to the professional man it will afford a clearer insight 
into the practical operation of business aflairs, and giving them facilities 
in obtaining practice." — Freedley. 

OPINIONS OF THE PEESS. 

Bacon's Mercantile College. — The attention of young men who de- 
sign devoting themselves to jMorcantile pursuits, is directed to the adver- 
tisement of Bacon's Mercantile College. This is one of the best institutions 
of the kind in the country. A scientific knowledge of Book-Keeping and 
Commercial Law is indispensable to a first class business man. In addi- 
tion to the tliorough course of instruction embraced in the catalogue, we 
understand that Mr. J. H. Doty, one of the leading professors connected 
with the College, will shortly introduce, as a branch of Mercantile Educa- 
tion, Thompson's C'elebrated Method for Detecting Counterfeit Money. — 
Lafayette Daily Courier^ Jnd., December IQih, 1859. 

This whole Institution is undoubtedly the most elegant and finished 
establishment, for its purpose, in the world. — Cincinnati Enquirer. 

Mr. Bacon, and the Institution which bears his name, have grown up 
with our city, and it is a source of gi-atification to observe that liberal 
enterprise and well directed energy have met their reward, in the pros- 
perity and renown which his College has attained. — Cincinnati Daily Ga- 
zette. 

Mr. Bacon is so well and favorably known to the commercial commu- 
nity of this city, and the entire West, as a competent and successful 
teacher of Book-Keeping, and every other branch requisite to a finished 
Mercantile Education, that it would be. superogatory in us to set forth his 
high claims to public favor. We will say, however, Jie is eminently 
worthy of the patronage of those who wish to enter a counting room. — 
Daily Cincinnati Commercial. 

Mr. Bacon is unrivalled as a teacher, a diploma from his College in 
Cincinnati, is required as a sine qua non in obtaining a situation in the 
best Mercantile Houses in large cities. — Chiliicothe Ancient Metropolis. 
(for course of instruction see page 108.) 



CITY DIRECTORY. 



167 



Presley John T., engiueer Bellefontaine Eailroad, res. 75 S. 
East. 

Pressel Augustus, carpenter, res. N. Cherry. 

PEESSEL & STOELTING-, grocers, cor. North and West. 

Pressel Charles, (P. & Stoelting,) res. 131 W. Vermont. 

Pressel Mrs. Mary, res. 72 N. Mississippi. 

Pressel Phillip, carpenter, res. N. University ave. 

Pressel AVilliam H., carpenter, res. jST. Cherry. 

Price Joseph E., book binder, bds. Pyle House. 

Prine Thomas, (Donaldson, Maxfield & P.,) bds. Bates 
House. 

Pringer \Yilliam, cooper, res. 163 N. New Jersey. 

Prinz John D., porter Mills, Alford & Co., bds. Mrs. Fergu- 
son. 

Probus Mrs. Anne, res. 41 S. "West. 

Prosser Capt. Henr}^, cutter Moritz & Bro., res. 70 S. Dela- 
ware. 

Prosser John, tailor Moritz & Bro., bds. Mrs. Hoyt. 

Protzman Ferdinand, salesman Hickok & Starr. 

Protzman John H., sexton Baptist Church, res. 20 S. Illi- 
nois. 

Pronger Frederick, watchman Peru Depot, res. 195 E. St. 
Clair. 

Prufield A. S., nurseryman, bds. 153 N. East. 

PUECELL C. W., daguerrean artist, 8 Eay's Block, W. 
Washington, res. 21 W. Michigan. 

Purcell W. C., clerk A. B. Willard & Co., bds. 20 N. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Pursel Jonathan, boot and shoemaker, res. 78 Pennsylvania. 

Purviance J. H., American Express messenger Ind. Cen. 
E. E., bds. Bates House. 

Pusey F. J., painter A. Brown, cor. Hlinois and Washing- 
ton, res. 173 E. Ohio. 

PYLE JOHN, proprietor Pyle House, cor. Maryland and 
Illinois, res. same. 

Pynefeld Henry, Union. 

a 

Quante Frederick W., cigar maker, bds. Jefferson House. 
Queisser Julius, harness maker, res. 275 Virginia ave. 
Quickly Patrick, shoemaker, res. 204 S. Delaware. 
Quinn James, res. Merrill. 
Quinn John, laborer, res. 98 E. Maiyland. 
Quinn William, steward Farmers' Hotel. 
Quinn William, res. 159 S. Delaware. 

Quintel Jacob, harness maker, bds. S. East, over Union 
Eailway. 



168 INDIANAPOLIS 



COUKSE OF INSTRUCTION. 



The College Eooms have been refitted in magnificent style, and the 
Course of Instruction greatly improved by the introduction of all the 
latest and most approved methods of Keeping Books, making the Course 
here given more thorough, comprehensive, and practical than in any sim- 
ilar Institution in the United States, embracing all branches requisite for 
fitting young men for the active duties of the Counting House. 

DOUBLE ENTRY BOOK-KEEPING 

Is thoroughly taught in its practical application to every department 
of business. And in addition to the usual course of studies is included 

BACON'S NEW METHOD OP 

KEEPING BOOKS BV DOUBLE ENTRV, 

Which -will save half the usual amount of labor, and is accurate and 
readily conipreliended. All interested in the Science of Accounts are in- 
vited to call and examine this new method, and judge for themselves. 

F 3E T^ M: ^ TV S H I F 

Is carefully observed. Mercantile Forms are thoroughly explained, 
and full and familiar instruction is given in 

MEHCANTJLE MATHEMATICS, 

Included in -which is a beautiful and reliable mode of computing In- 
terest, introduced by Mr. J. H. Doty. It has the merit of being unsur- 
2msscd in brevity, and is certainly withal, the easiest method known. 

Besides Lectures on the Political Economy of Trade, Banking and Cur- 
rency, there is a full, regular, systematic and practical course of instruc- 
tion in 



By an intelligent and diligent student the course may be completed in 
from eight to twelve weeks, and on graduation a beautiful diploma is 
awarded. 

Terms for the Full Course, $40.00, 

PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. 

HOURS OF INSTRUCTION —From 9 to 12 o'clock, A. 
M., fx'om 2 to 4^, and from 7 to 9 o'clock, P. M. 

For further particulars address or apply to 

M. S. HACOiV, Priucipal. 

Or jr. n. ©OTV, First Assistant. 



4 



CITY DIRECTORY. 1G9 



R 

Eabb Samuel, labortM-, res. 192 N. New Jersey. 

Radcliff William, laborer, res. 65 E. South. 

Eaeger William, carpenter, res. 40 N. Davidson. 

Eaesner AVilliam, laborer, 37 Union. 

liafert Charles (H. E. & Bro.,) res. 119 N. Meridian. 

Eafert Charles, laborer, res. 79 Merrill. 

Eafert Frederick, carpenter, res. E. First. 

Eafert Henrv, jr., (H. E. & Bro.,) res. 193 N. Illinois. 

EAFEET H. & BEOTHEE, carpenters, 195 N. Illinois. 

Eafert Harve}^, sr., res. 193 N. Illinois. 

Eaferty A., with John Maloney, bds. 169 S. Mississippi. 

Eager Edward, laborer, res. 168 S. Tennessee. 

Eaible Charles P., carpenter, res. E. Washington. 

Eaine Edward, wagon maker, res. 51 S. New Jersey. 

Eaine Thomas, laborer, res. 25 N. Eailroad. 

EAMSAY'S BLOCK, cor. Illinois and Maryland. 

EAMSAY JOHN F., furniture ware-room 21 S. Illinios, res. 
21 W. Maryland. 

Eamsey B., (col.,) res. 129 N. West. 

Eamsey Mrs. Elizabeth, (col.,) res. 147 N. Alabama. 

EAMSEY & BANNING steam and gas fitters, 85 W^ Wash- 
ington. 

Eamsey Thomas H., teamster, res. 41 E. St. Clair. 

Eamsey Walter L., (E. & Hanning,) res. 155 Vermont. 

EAND FEEDEEICK, attorney at law, 26^ E. Washington, 
res. 162 N. Illinois. 

Eaodall Benjamin F., railroader, res. 168 N. Tennessee. 

Eandall John H., printer, res. 56 N. Delawai-e. 

Eandall Nelson A., printer Journal Office, res. Wabash, bet. 
New Jersey and East. 

Eandolph Lot, res 247 Indiana ave. 

Eann Mrs. Eva, (col.,) res. Douglass. 

Eanner Christian, blacksmith, 61 Bluff Eoad. 

Eapp Frederick, plow maker, 144 E. Washington, res. 125 
N. Eailroad. 

EASCHIG CIIAELES M., cigars and tobacco, 15 E. Wash- 
ington, reu. Ill E. Vermont. 

Easchig Edward, carriage painter, bds. Pyle House, cor. 
Maryland and Illinois. 

Easkop George, manufacturer of fireworks, res. N. W^inston. 

Easner William, checkman P. & I. E. E., res, 144 S. Illinois. 

Eassmann Charles, saloon and boarding, 119 E Washington. 

Eatti Francis, peddler, res. 128 E. St. Clair. 

Eatti Francis, pressman Sentinel Office. 

Eatti Joseph, printer, res. St Clair, bet. East and Liberty. 



170 INDIANAPOLIS 



THE 





T, A. GOODWIN, EDITOR 8l PROPRIETOR, 

Issued Wednesday and Saturday of each Week. 



Having been in successful operation since 1832, the Amer- 
ican is not only among the oldest papers in Indiana, but 
has by far the largest circulation of any other paper pub- 
lished in the State, except it may be one or two religious 
papers. While it battles manfully against moral, political 
and social wrongs, and always stands up for the right, its 
claims as a good family paper, and also a good newspaper, 
renders it a favorite in most of families. 

Apart from its miscellany it devotes a large portion to 

AGRICULTURE, 

Under the editorial supervision of one of the best prac- 
tical farmers in the State. Publishing.no Daily, it has a 
city and suburban circulation greater than the combined 
daily and w^eekly circulation of any jjaper published in In- 
dianapolis. It furnishes, therefore, a superior medium of 
advertising, at most reasonable rates. 



TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. 

Single Subscribers, paid at the end of the year $3 00 

Single Subscribers, paid within the year 2 00 

Two Subscribers, to one ofiace, within the year 3 00 

Ten Subscribers, and one to the getter-up of the club 15 00 
All additional Subscribers, to one ofQce l 50 

Subscribers are understood to engage to continue, unless notice to the 
contrary is given before the expiration of the time paid for, and to con- 
tinue at the above rates. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 171 



Eauth Henry, clerk, bds. Mrs. Kinder. 

Eay Andrew, carj^enter Bollefontaine E. E. Shop, res. 82 
East. 

EAY CHAELES A., (Morrison & E.,) res. 80 X. Illinois 

Eay David, grocer, res. 133 N. Pennsylvania. 

EAY HOUSE, Eay & Lambert i^roprietors, cor. South and 
Delaware. 

EAY JAMES M., cashier of Bank of the State of Indiana, 
res. 19 IS". Meridian. 

EAY" JAMES N., editor Indiana Farmer, office over Post- 
office, res. 31 X. East. 

Eay M. M., (E. & Lambert,) Eay House. 

Eay & Lambert, proprietors Eay House, cor. South and 
Delaware. 

Eay wid. William, res. 11 Alabama. 

Eea John H., clerk U. S. District Court, office Masonic Hall, 
bds. Bates House. 

Eeadamon Henry, laborer, res. 15 St. Clair. 

Eeasarner William, railroader, res. S. Illinois. 

Eebentisch Charles, shoemaker, 79 E. Washington. 

Eech M. dealer in clocks and watches, 80 W. Washington. 

Eechter Frederick, res. 309 Virginia ave. 

Eecker C, clerk H. Lieber, bds. Washington, cor. New 
Jersey. 

Eecker Hubert, carperter, res. 110 E. Ohio. 

Eedfield Alexander, clerk G. W. Hawes, bds. Little's Hotel. 

Eedfield David A., compiler G. W. Hawes, bds. Little's 
Hotel. 

Eeding Alexander D., plasterer, res. 13 E. Lockerbie. 

Eedman Dennis, policeman, res. 123 South. 

Eedmond John, fbundryman, res. 262 S. Delaware. 

Eedmond Mrs., res. 260 S. Delaware. 

EEDSTONE ALBEET E.. inventors' agent for sale of pat- 
ent territory, S. Meridian, opp. post office, res. 35 N. 
Alabama. 

Eedstone John H., (P:ilsworth, Colley & E.,) res. 35 N. Ala- 
bama. 

EEED EENJAMIX F., hats, caps, furs and straw goods, 22 
E. Washington, res. 156 ~N. Pennsylvania. 

Eeed E. E., engraver with W. H. Talbott & Co., res. Mary- 
land, bet. Pennsylvania and Delaware. 

Eeed Mrs. Elizabeth, bds. 15 IST. Mississippi. 

EEED FISHE P., artist, 6 Eay's Building, res. 127 Mississ- 
ippi. 

Eeed George, teamster, bds. 245 W. Washington. 

Eeed James A., shoemaker, bds. cor. Maryland and Del- 
aware. 

Eeed John, blacksmith. 98 W. New. Y^ork. 



172 



INDIANAPOLIS 



BRYA^l^T'S 




Cor. Illinois and iVIaryland Sts%, 

(Near the Palmer House,) 



The facilities for acquiring a thorough Business Education in this 
School have been increased till now unsurpassed, and we can refer to 
hundreds who have graduated with us and have thus placed themselves 
in good business, and to thousands who have received instruction of us 
in Penmanship, for our superior method of teaching. 



THE COUM^E OF 8TUi3IE8 

Embraces a complete mastery of the Pen, Double and Single Entry Book 
Keeping, as applied to every kind of business. Business Calculations, 
Commercial Customs, Commercial Law, &c., &c., all of which are taught 
by practical business men. 

6@^Instruction given in Business or Ornamental Penmanship at all 



times. 



''isiting and Party Cards written to order. 
J8@~For Terms, call at the College, where visitors are always wel- 



come, or address 



THOS. J, BRYANT, 

Principal. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 173 



Eced John F., clerk Hjiusmann & Co., bds. 54 N. East. 

EEED JOHN W., traveling agent with Sutherland & Mc- 
Evo_y, res. St. Louis. 

Eecd wid J. W., res. 54 N. East. 

Eeed Mrs. Eebecca B., bds. 93 Massachusetts ave. 

Eeed Thaddeus, clerk B. F. Eeed, bds. 15G N. Pennsylvania. 

Eeese Charles, cabinet maker, res. 81 N. Davidson. 

Eeese Charles, laborer, res. IST. Cherry. 

EEESE HENEY, grocer, 91 and 93 W. Washington, res. 
same. 

Eeeves Louis B., bds. 12 St. Clair. 

Eeeves W. M., res. 12 St. Clair. 

EEGENAUEE WM., saloon, 25 S. Meridian, res. same. 

Eehling Charles, boot and shoemaker, 17G E. Washington, 
res. same. 

Eehling Wm., shoemaker, res. 189 S. Delaware. 

Eeid Mrs. Juiki, res. 153 Virginia ave. 

Eeid J. B. E., foreman City shoe store, bds. Pylc House. 

Eeimansnyder Herman, shoemaker, res. 47 N. New Jersey. 

Eeinechar Jacob, laborer, res. 158 N. New Jersey. 

Eeinert Frederick, currier J. Fishback, bds. George. 

Eeines Victor, nurseryman, res. 88 Fort Wayne ave. 

EEINHAEDT JOSEPH, locksmith and bellhanger, Illi- 
nois, S. of Washington, res. same. 

Eeinhardt Ludwig, boot and shoe maker, res. 48 Massachu- 
setts ave. 

Eeinhardt Valentine, cabinet maker, 59 Madison ave. 

Eeinkin Henry, cigars and tobacco, res. 93 Fort Waj^ie ave. 

Eeisee Conrad, stone mason, res. E. Washington, W. of 
_ Cady. 

Eeisner Mrs. Ellen, res. 160 S. Tennessee. 

Eeissel , carpenter, res. 55 N. Liberty. 

Eeissner Albert, currier, North, near Michigan road. 

Eeistner Henry, shoemaker, res. 311 Virginia ave. 

Eeistner H., shoemaker, bds. 36 South. 

Eeitz F. A., bar tender Crystal Palace Saloon, bds. 44 W. 
Washington. 

Eenard John, stone cutter, res. 151 E. New York. 

Eenard E., beer saloon, 278 E. Washington, res. 91 Eail- 
road. 

Eencham James, porter Bates House. 

Eencham Joseph, laborer, res. 136 N. Mississippi. 

Eenner John, bar keeper, res. 91 N. Eailroad. 

Eeno Wilkinson, res. 218 Indiana ave. 

Eentsch Edward, groceries and provisions, 126 S. Illinois, 
res. same. 

Eentsch Harmon, Eailroad Bakery, 134 S. Illinois, res. 
same. 



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Office, 18 East Market Street 

RESIDENCE, 75 NORTH PENNSYLVANIA ST., 

IMDIAHAPOLIS, IHD. 



E. M. will furnish Drawings and Specifications of Public 
Buildings, Eesidences and Fire Proof Buildings. 

He w^ill also superintend the erection of every class of 
Buildings. 

Communications by mail will receive j^i'orapt attention. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 175 



Eeppert John, brick mason, bds. rear 169 S. Alabama. 

Eesener Christian F., boot and shoe maker, E. Washing- 
ton, E. end. 

Eesner H., employee peg flictory, res. 155 S. Mississippi. 

Eesner William, eheckman P. & I. E. E., res, 144 S. Illi- 
nois. 

Eester Henry, machinist, res. 213 S. Alabama. 

EEVELS THOS. W., (col.,) barber, N. of Tremont House, 
res. cor. West and Vermont. 

EEXFOED & SMITH, dealers in stoves and tinware, 11 
S. Illinois. 

Eexford Eugene, M., (E. & Smith,) res. 66 IST. Mississippi. 

Eeynolds Chesly, laborer, res. 16 N. Mississippi. 

Eeynolds Frank, yard master, res. 98 JST. Mississippi. 

Eeynolds John, book-keeper James Sulgrove, res. 87 N. 
Pennsylvania. 

Eeynolds John, carpenter, res. 50 Benton. 

Eeynolds John, res. 24 Virginia ave. 

Eeynolds Levi S., patentee, res. 16 Lochibie. 

Eeynolds Mrs. Mary, res. 124 N. East. 

Eeynolds Mrs. Sarah, res. 69 JST. Noble. 

Eeynolds William, bds. 16 N. Mississippi. 

Eeynolds William, eheckman T. H. & E. Eailroad, bds. 98 
W. Mississippi. 

Ehiling William, shoemaker, res. S. Delaware. 

Ehoads Charles W., carpenter, res. 129 W. JSTew York. 

EHOADS JOHJSl W., physician and surgeon, office 25 
Eamsay's Block, res. 145 cor. Michigan and West. 

EHODIUS GEOEGE, proin-ietor National Saloon, 27 S. 
Meridian, res. same. 

Eiber Frederick, stone cutter, res. 190 S. Delaware. 

Eice James, res. 61 West. 

Eice John, res. 61 West. 

Eice Oliver, pump maker. Pearl, rear post office. 

Eichards Eichard, stone cutter, 108 W. Vermont. 

EICHAEDS & GODDAED, stone cutters, cor. Market and 
Tennessee. 

Eichards Thomas, carpenter, res. 128 E. Market. 

Eichardson I. I., 65 N. Tennessee. 

EICHAEDSON WAEEEN private secretary with Suther- 
land & McEvoy, bds. Little's Hotel. 

Eichey Julius, tinner, bds. 67 N. Noble. 

Eichey John, teamster, res. 74 N. Missouri. 

EICHMANN & BUCHANAN, wagon makers, 211 E. 
Washington. 

EichmondMrs. Elizabeth S., school teacher, res. 83 E, New 
York. 

Eichmond John, laborer, res. 87 S. Illinois. 



176 



INDIANAPOLIS 



LOCOMiOTIVE 

STEAM PRESS BOOK AND 




"VVe -would call the attention of Business Men, Lawyers, Railroad Men, 
Presidents of Colleges and Academies, the Medical Profession, and all 
others, to our assortment of 

D BEAUTIFUL TYPE, 

Just received from the best Foundries in the United States, embracing all 
the Medical Signs, Accents, Fractions, French Letters, Algebraical Signs, and 
all the modern facilities for doing work in the best style. All our Type 
and Machinery is new, and in good order, including three of 

ADAMS^ IMPHOVED STEAM 




Which enables us to do our work in a superior style, on as short time and 
as good terms as any other office. 

We have on hand a superior article of Book and Colored Papers, and 
the best of Inks, and as we are practical workmen, we guaranty all work 
entrusted to us to be done in the neatest manner, with promptness and 
accuracy. 

OUR JOB DEPARTMENT is well supplied with all kinds of 
New and Fashionable Type, and we are prepared to do all kinds of Job 
Work on short notice, and at the lowest living rates; and Blanks of every 
description, on Cap, Letter, Folio Post, Flat Cap, French, or Colored Pa- 
pers, and Cards or Card Boards. 

For the character of our work we confidently refer to any Book or Job 
bearing our imprint. 

Our prices are regulated at the lowest cash standard, so as to be regular 
and uniform, and equal to all; and contracts for work will be adhered to, 
without resort to extra charges. 

Orders from a distance promptly attended to, and accuracy guarantied. 

fig^Office on Meridian street, immediately opposite the Post Office. 

JBi^THE LOCOMOTIVE, an Independent Family Newspaper, 
is published every Saturday. 

Terms — One dollar a year. Twenty-five cents for three months. Six 
copies to one address, for one year, five dollars; thirteen copies, one year, 
for ten dollars. B@°"In advance in all cases. No paper will be sent until 
paid for, and no paper will be continued after the time paid for expires, 
unless renewed. Advertisements inserted at the usual rates. Address 
ELDER & HARKNESS, Indianapolis, Ind. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 177 



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E1CHT«^:R ADOLPHUS I., flfotand shoe maker, 161 E. 

Washington, res. same. 
Eichter Aui^ustus, res. 315 Virginia ave. 
Richter Flo'rence, bar keeper Bates House Saloon, res. 9 

Mississippi. 
Eichter Henry, saw mill, res. 213 S. Alabama. 
Jiichwine John, laborer, res. 98 N. Davidson. 
Eichard Edward, baker, bds. 55 Maryland. 
EiCKAEDS THOMAS, carpenter and builder, cor. Dela- 
ware and Maryland. 
Eicketts George, baker, res. 102 E. New York. 
Eicketts \Villi\im H., book binder Campbell & Bro., bds. 

Magnolia Saloon. 
Eider Henrj^ (col.,) barber, 8U E. Washington, res. 127 

Michigan. 
Eieggar Arnold, res. bet. Illinois and Meridian. 
Eiemensohneider Hermon, boot and shoe maker, 179 E. 

AVashington, res. New Jersey, bet. Ohio and Market. 
Eiggs John, (Davids & E.,) res. 82 W. South. 
Eiggs Simpson, butcher, res. 83 W. South. 
Eihl Chailes, res. 128 N. West. 

Eiley Benj. F., Bryant's Commercial College, res. Califor- 
nia. 
EILEY GEOEGE W. H., printer Sentinel office, bds. 

Little's Hotel. 
Eiley James T., salesman New York Store. 
Eile^^ James, waiter Bates House. 
Einger wid. Daniel, res. 121 N. East. 
Einger J. Q. A., carpenter and builder P. & I. Depot, res. 

^92 St. Joseph. 
Einger Mrs Susanna, 108 St. Joseph. 
Eingle David, (Fisher & E.,) res. Illinois, near Union 

"Depot. 
Einkle Jacob, proprietor of Tremont House, cor. Illinois 

and Louisiana. 
Einkle Jacob, clerk Tremont House, res. same. 
Einn Edmond, res. 51 S. New Jersey. 
Eiple David, wood sawyer, res. 128 W. Maryland. 
Eippit John, brick mason, bds. 169 S. Alabama. 
EISING SUN INSUEANCE CO., agency 14 and 16 S. 

Meridian, 
Eitter Augustus, laborer, res. S. Delaware. 
Eitter Peter, marble cutter W. A. Keys, res. 161 N. New 

Jersey. 
Eitzinger Frederick, pork packer, res. 35 N. New Jersey. 
Eitzingcr J. B., clerk Fletcher's Bank, bds. 37 N. New 

Jersey. 
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178 



INDIANAPOLIS 



GEORGE F. MEYER, 

Manufacturer and dealer in all kinds of 

©ba€c@5. Cigars ^ 



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Siffn of the 



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; ;; i^^ -'Big Indian Chief," 



:^^^§z^t^^ 35 WEST \m\\mm stkeet, 

'''■^'CS5|/B-"' INDIANAPOLIS. 



J6@°"All Goods warranted of the best qualit3\ Orders so- 
licited and promptly attended to. 





€IIARIiE8 Me RASCillG^ 

No. 15 East "Washington Street, Sign of the Tin Indian, 
Indianapolis, Ind., Manufacturer and Dealer in 



iriRIED & DOMfSIIC CISJlRUiiUFF, 

Chewing and Smoking Tobacco. 



A choice lot of 

Pipes, Cigar Cases, Smiff and Tol)aceo Boxes 

Constantly kept on hand. Orders by mail promptly attended to. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 179 



River Frederick, res. 190 S.Delaware. 

Eoaehc Addison L., (McDonald & R.,) res. 97 jST. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Iloache Charles, breakman I. & C. R. R., bds. 51 Louisiana. 

Roaclic Mrs. Mary Ann, res. 1(j7 E. Market. 

Roache R. S., 97 N. Pennsylvania. 

Roback Eli book binder, bds. 139 IST. Pennsylvania. 

Roback Henry, moulder, res. 139 JST. Pennsylvania. 

Roback Mrs. 8arah, res. 139 I^. Pennsylvania. 

Roberts Mrs. A. W., bds. 160 N. Tennessee. 

Roberts Mrs. Catherine, res. Alabama. 

Roberts Dwit!;ht, dealer in patent medicines, G Louisiana, 
res. 160 N. Tennessee. 

Roberts John W., machinist Bellefontaine shop, bds. 114 
S. New Jersey. 

Roberts Thomas L., machinist Bellefontaine R. R. shop, res. 
261 Virginia ave. 

Roberts Rev. Turner, (col.,) M. E. Church, res. 54 Black- 
ford. 

Roberts W. G., book-keeper Union Foundry, res. 297 S. 
Delaware. 

ROBINSON CHARLES B., superintendent Peru & Ind". 
R. R., office at depot, res. 249 S. Alabama. 

Robinson C. S., carpenter, res. N. Tennessee, bet. First and 
Second. 

Robinson Francis, bds. 132 N. Illinois. 

Robinson Frank, boot and shoe maker, res. cor. Michigan 
and Tennessee. 

Robinson Geo., engineer I. & C. R. R., bds. 70 S. Noble. 

Robinson Groodell, marble cutter, bds. 96 E. Market. 

Robinson Joseph, flour miller, res. 64 N. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Robinson Martin S., jjattern maker, res. 27 N. East. 

Robinson Robert W., carpenter, res. 68 N. Missouri. 

Robinson S., marble engraver, bds. N. W. cor. East and 
Market. 

Robinson William J. H., deputy sheriff, ofllce Court House, 
res. 49 N. Alabama. 

Robison James, plasterer, res. 225 S. Alabama. 

ROBINIUS & MYERS, boot and shoe makers, 51 Blake's 
Row, Washington. 

Robson Mrs. Charlotte, res. 87 N. Pennsylvania. 

Robson Grcorge W., foundryman, res. 140 N. Illinois. 

Rockey H. S'., clerk, res. 24 N. West. 

Rockey J. L. D., bookbinder, bds. 24 S. W. cor. Market and 
West. 

ROCKWELL ADOLPHUS F., secretary White River Val- 
ley Insurance Co., Ray's Block. 



180 



INDIANAPOLIS 



SHORTEST ROUTE BY 30 MILES. 



mm 



Southern Ohio and North-Eastern Kentucky. 




m CHANGE OF CARS TO CINCINNATI. 
Three Trains leave Indianapolis daily, Sundays excepted 

THEOTJGH TO CINCINNATI IN ADVANCE OF ALL OTHER KOUTES. 

Connecting at Cincinnati with all the Great Eastern and Southern 
Railroad Lines, and with Steamers on the Ohio River. 

Patent Sleeping and Smoking Cars on this Route. 
g^^Call for your Tickets via the Indianapolis & Cincinnati R. R."®® 

Baggag-e Oheckecl Tlirougli. 

Through Tickets for Sale at all Ticket Offices in the 
•jSforth-West. 

SPECIAL NOTICE. 

Be sure you get in the right Train at Indianapolis. THE ONLY CIN- 
CINNATI TRAIN stands on the Fifth Track, being the farthest Track 
South in the Union Depot, at Indianapolis. 

H. C. LOED, W. II. L. NOBLE, 

President. Gep'l Ticket Agent. 



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llOCKWELL J{. E., agent Forest City Sewing Machine, 2 
IJay's Building, bds. Palmer House. 

Eockwood \V. O., treasurer Indianapulis Eolling Mill, res. 
30 S. Tennessee. 

Eoda Anthony, laborer, res. 148 i*^. I*foble. 

Eodes Jos., (col ,) auction-bell ringer, res. 129 W. Georgia. 

EODEWALD IIENEY, groceries"and liquors, res. 288 In- 
diana ave. 

Eoc Mrs. Mary E., res. 132 N. East. 

EOESCH CHAELE8, drugs and medicines, 185 E. Wash- 
ington, res. E. Washington, bet. New Jersey and East. 

Eogan George, at Eolling Mill, bds. 184 S. Tennessee. 

Eogers B., laborer, res. E. Wabash, bet. Noble and Liberty. 

Eogers Charles A., bar tender Farmers' and Drovers' Hotel. 

Eogers George, conductor, bds. American House. 

Eogers James, 50 W. Vermont. 

Eogga Eudolph, tailor, res. 1G9 S. Alabama. 

Eolilting Christopher, laborer, res. 150 N. Noble. 

EOLL ISAAC H., wall paper, IG S. Illinois, res. cor. Illi- 
nois and Marj-land. 

EoUer Jacob, blacksmith, bds. Andrew Dinks, W. North. 

Eommel Henry, salesman Dessar Bi'os. 

Eomerill Charles E., plasterer, res. 99 W. Maryland. 

Eoop John, spinner Ohio P. W. Factory, bds. W. Kolb. 

Eook Thomas, res. G7 N. West. 

Eooker A. J., painter, res. 104 Indiana ave. 

Eooker George, painter, bds. 164 N. West. 

Eooker Samuel S., painter, res. 1G4 N. West. 

Eooker J. S., painter, res. lOG Indiana ave. 

Eoos & Schmalzried, butchers, S. Illinois, bet. Georgia and 
Union Depot. 

Eoos Jacob, (E. & Schmalzried,) 73 S. Illinois. 

EOOT, BENNETT & CO., manufacturers and dealers in 
stoves and tinware, 68 E. Washington. 

Eoot Charles H., (E., Bennett & Co.,) bds. 80 N. Meridian. 

Eoot Charles, assistant cook Crystal Palace Saloon, bds. 44 
W. Washington. 

EootDeloss, salesman E., Bennett & Co., res. 80 N. Meridian. 

Eoot Jerome, B. E., Bennett & Co., bds. 80 N. Meridian. 

Eose Augustus D., captain of police, res. 110 N. East. 

Eose Charley, cabinet maker, bds. 81 Davis. 

E»se Franklin, engineer I. & C. E. E., res. 50 S. East. 

Eose James G., plumber, bds. W. L. Eamsey. 

Eose Martin, carpenter, bds. 110 N. East. 

Eosebrock John F., bds. 283 S. Delaware. 

Eosebrock Hermon H., grocer, 283 S. Delaware, res. same. 

EOSENBEEG S., hat and cap store, 73 E. Washington, res. 
same. 



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INDIANAPOLIS 



ARS 



For sale at a liberal discount, on the Princijial 





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In the West, by 

SUTHERLA.ND & McEVOY, 

Room 32 Sentinel Buildings, Indianapolis, Ind. 
Post Office Box 875. 



MANUFACTURER OF 

KIFLE8, PISTOLS, AI^O 




86 East Washington Stree^, Indianapolis, Ind. 

Jg@°"l\epairing neatly executed, and done on short notice. 
All work warranted. 



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No. 12 Louisiana St., ojjposite Union Depot, 

INDIANAPOLIS, 
EURICK & NALTNER, Propr's. 

Keeps constantly on hand a general assortment of the best 

y sy ons, wiHES, etii 4no ale, 

Mixed Drinks, Cigars, Tobacco, &c. 



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183 



ROSENGAETEN HENRY, M. D., druggist, 1 Odd Fellows' 

Hall, res. 47 N. Delaware. 
Rosengarten Louis, res. 46 S. East. 
ROSENGARTEN SAMUEL, grocery and produce store, 78 

E. Washington, res. Michigan Road. 
Rosensteel Robert, butcher, res. UN. Liberty. 
ROSENTHAL A., wines and liquors, 38 Louisiana, res. 

Missouri, bet. Maryland and Washington. 
Rosenthal Henry, res. 89 S. East. 
ROSENTHAL DR. ISAAC M., physician and surgeon, 

drugs and medicines, 30 S. Illinois, res. same. 
Rosier i^aron, res. 132 W. New York. 
Rosner H., cooper, res. W. North. 
Ross Bascom, bookbinder, bds. American House. 
ROSS J. H., coal merchant, res. 174 N. Tennessee. 
Ross N. M., bds. American House. 
Ross Robert, well-digger, res. 135 B. New York. 
Rosson George W., bVakeman M. & I. R. R., bds. Ray House. 
Rothrock Valentine, foreman Osgood, Smith & Co., res. 14 

N. Meridian. 
Rourke Thomas, waiter Bates House. 
Rouhette Arthur, laborer, 169 N. Noble. 
Rubb W. E., student N. W. C. University and Journal car- 
rier for north part of city, res. Ash. 
Rubush Fletcher, carpenter, res. 59 N. Noble. 
Rubush Jacob, brick mason, res. G2 N. East. 
RUCKER JAMES S., physician and surgeon, res. 58 W. 

Vermont. 
Rucker Thomas H., at Bryant's ('ommercial College, res. 

168 N. Vermont. 
Ruckle Nicholas R., printer Journal office, bds. Pylc House. 
Rue William, gunsmith, res. 108 McCarty. 
Ruff Joseph, barber, bds. 16 Georgia. 
Rugg Samuel L., superintendent public instruction, res. 59 

W. New York. 
Rugh William G., res. 108 McCarty. 
Rumann August, express wagon, 131 E. Washington. 
Rumann M.rs. Natalie, milliner and dress maker, 131 E. 

Washington. 
Rumel Jacob, at Rolling Mill, res. 162 S. Tennessee. 
Rung Christian, butcher, bds. Delaware, near South. 
Runnion Wm., (Hays & R ,) bds. Macy House. 
Rupley Michael JL, printer Journal office, bds. Pyle House. 
RUSCH FREDERICK P., flour, seed and grain store, 83 

W. Washington. 
Rusehe Peter, stone cutter, res. Wyoming. 
RUSCHIIAUe T. AUGUSTUS, groceries and provisions, 

220 E. Washington, res. same. 



184 



INDIANAPOLIS 



No. 12 ISTorth Illinois Street, Under Bates House. 






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E.C.HUSS£y-CO — ENG. 



HENNING & STELZELL, Proprietors 

A. J. DANFORTH. F. F. SIMPSON. 

DANFORTH & SIMPSON, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

Groceries^ Produce, &c., 

ISTo. 3 Odd Fellows' Hall, 
Indianapolis^ Indiana. 



Goods delivered to any part of the City free of charge. 



CARPENTER AND BUILDER, 

Mississippi Street, Back of Negro Chapel, 

iNr)i^isrA.r»OLis, 

/"ill execute all orders with neatness and dispatch. ""^a 



CITY DIRECTORY. 185 



EUSCHHAUPT & BALS, liquor dealers, 82 E. Washing- 
ton. 

I'usclihaupt Frederick. (R. & Bals,) res. Gl N. New Jersey. 

Euschhaupt William II., clerk farmers' Hotel. 

Euschhanpt Wm., carpenter, res. 295 S. Delaware. 

Eussell (/'has. S., conductor Indiana Central Eailroad, bds. 
95 Virginia ave. 

Eussell James, res. 115 W. Ohio. 

Eussell John S., carjxMiter, res. 284 S. Delaware. 

Eussell John, watchman, res. 28-t S. Delaware. 

Euth Charles, assistant cook Crystal Palace Saloon. 

Euth Louis, clerk, bds. 1G8 Virginia ave. 

Euthenburg vS., master machinist, res. 121 N. New Jersey. 

Eyan Mrs. II., bds. 32 Kentucky ave. 

Eyan James B., (C. A. Elliott & Co..) res. 100 Mississippi. 

Eyan John, laborer, res. 265 S. Delaware. 

EYAN EICIIAED J., attorney at law, office Elliott's 
Block, bds. 32 Kentucky ave. 

Eyan Thomas F., clerk, bds. 32 Kentucky ave. 



Sabert W., engineer Jeffersonville Eailroad, res. 115 S. Ala- 
bama. 

SACKETT CYEUS O., printer Sentinel office, bds. 79i E. 
Washington. 

Sacks John P., cooper, bds. N. Illinois. 

Sacks John, tanner, bds. California House. 

Saetar C, cooper, res. 107 E. AVashington. 

Sahn Ludwig, carpenter, res. 88 Fort Wayne ave. 

St. John E., clerk I. H. Eoll, bds. 18 S. Illinois. 

Sander John, carpenter, res. 148 N. Liberty. 

Sanders Frederick, smith Bellefontaine shop, res. 99 Bluff 
road. 

Sanders Jack, (col.,) res. 178 W. North. 

Sanders John, carpenter, res. 148 N. Liberty. 

Sanders John F., cigar maker, bds. 148 N. Liberty. 

Sanderson Fayette, weaver Ohio Woolen Factory, bds. Na- 
tional Hotel. 

Sands Mrs. Susan, cook National Hotel. 

Sandsherhoff Charles, express messenger Adams & Co. Ind. 
& Cin. E. E., bds. Farmers' Hotel. 

Santo Edward, bar keeper Kansas Saloon, bds. 85 S. Illinois. 

Sargent Arthur W., carpenter, res. 160 N. Pennsylvania. 

Sargent Ezra, foreman Bellefontaine car shop, res. 115 E. 
"Market. 

Sashsc Charles, currier Mooneys & Co., bds. California 
House. 



186 



INDIANAPOLIS 



IJ 1 V^' 



0M4L HOTEL 



Ho. 211 West W.asIiiiigtoii Street, 

]Notaii.sFOLis, mm 



The subscriber, thankful for the patronage heretofore ex- 
tended, to him, would solicit the continuance 
of the same in the future. 



Low Fare, and the best Accommodations for Boarding and 
Lodging. Give us a call and judge for yourselves. 

D. BENDER, Proprietor. 

GEO. CRAWFORD. J. S. CRAWFORD. G. W. CRAWFORD. 

GEO, CRAWFORD & CO., 

Importers of Soda Ash, Sal Soda, and Caustic Soda, and dealers in 

Lime, Cement, Plaster, 

Foundry Facings and Metalic Paint, Cliarcoal and Soap Stone 
for Roofing 

NO. 50 WALNUT STREET, 

CINCINNj^TI, o. 



B^^All orders carefully and promptly attended to, and consignments 
solicited. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 



187 



Sauer Joliii, laborer, res. 21 N. Railroad. 

Saunders Charles, salesman J. B. Wilson, bds. J. vS. Pratt. 

Savoniacr Christian, laborer, res. 164 E. Michigan. 

Savomaer William, coojDer, res. 187 N. Noble. 

Sawyer John S., book-keeper Donaldson, Maxfield & Prine, 
'bds. John MofRtt. 

Saj'er Philip, blacksmith, bds. S. E. cor. Alabama and 
Market. 

Scales Joseph, stone mason, bds. Union House. 

Scaper Simon, res. 67 alley, W. of N. Mississippi. 

Schackel Christian F., cheekman local freight T. H. & R. 
Railroad. 

Schatler Jacob, laborer, res. 212 S. Alabama. 

Schaffhouser Andrew, barber, bds. S. Illinois. 

Schafner Jacob C, laborer, res. 219 N. Noble. 

Schaupt John, painter, res. 215 N. Alabama. 

Scheessler Conrad, laborer, res. 152 N. New Jersey. 

Scheigert Frederick, night police, res. 10 S. West. 

Scheltmaer Charles, drayman, res. 193 E. St. Clair. 

Scholar Henry, smith iJellefontaine R. R., res. 130 S. Ala- 
bama. 

SCHIMMEL JOSEPH, grocery and vinegar fiictory, cor. 
Meridian and Blutf road, res. same. 

Schindler Robert, porter H. A. Fletcher & Co., bds. 105 E. 
Washington. 

Schindler Robert, physician, 244 E. Washington. 

Schiveley Lewis H., millwright, 29 N. Liberty. 

Schlantz Frederick, watchman, res. 89 Union. 

Schlater John, teamster, bds. Union House. 

Schley Allen, tinner, bds. 24 N. Pennsylvania. 

Schley George, printer Journal office, res. 24 N. Penns}'!- 
vania. 

Schley JMrs. Georgianna, res. 24 N. Pennsylvania. 

SCHLEY JOHN, printer Sentinel office, bds. 24 N. Penn- 
sylvania. 

Schlotzhaner Valentine, cabinet maker, res. 75 N. David- 
son. 

Schmalzried C, (Roos & S.,) res. 73 S. Illinois. 

Schmeeder P. H., tailor, bds. California House. 

Schmidt Henry, bakery, groceries and lager beer saloon, S. 
side National road. 

Schmidt John, watch maker, res. 184 S. Delaware. 

Schmitt George, laborer, res. 95 N. Railroad. 

Schmucker Lewis, cabinet maker Spiegel, Thorns & Co. 

Schnadinger Nicholas, stone cutter, res. 89 Massachusetts 
ave. 

Schnell T. M., telegraph operator, 1 N. Meridian, bds. Mrs. 
Morrison, cor. Pcnnsjdvania and Market. 



188 



INDIANAPOLIS 



JOHN Gr. GOEBEL, 

MANUFACTUKEU AND DEALER IN 









No. 82 W. Washington St., opp. Masonic Hall, 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 



All work executed neatly in the newest and best style. Repair- 
ing done on tlie shortest notice. 

LUDDEI\I & LrEE, 

DRUG^ GRISTS, 

ALSO PROPRIETORS OP 

Under Bates House, Illinois Street, 
M. POURDER & F. BORST, 




1^. E. Cor. \¥a*^hBiigton and Virginia Ave., 

INDIANAPOLIH, IND. 

Best Qualities of Meat always on hand. 

J. J. BUTLER'S 

^xeelsiop Flpid Inks 

FOR MERCANTILE AND GENERAL PURPOSES. 

l@e li ¥m8 Street, HiaQiaaatl, QMq, 



CITY DIRECTORY. 



189 



Schnell Zacharias, gardener, res. 7G E. Garden. 

SCIlIStULL A. & H., grocers, produce and commission 
merchants, 83 E. Washington. 

Schnuil Augustus, (A. & II. S.,) res. N. Ahxbama, bet. Mar- 
ket and Ohio. 

Schnuil Henry, grocer, (A. & II. S.,) res. lST. Alabama, bet. 
Market and Ohio. 

Schoder John, tailor, bds. Jefferson House. 

Schomberg William, shoemaker, shop 9, res. 11, N. I\ew 
Jersey. 

Schoop Miss , 26 Union. 

Schoolcraft Mrs. Cinderilla, weaver Ohio Woolen Factory. 

SCHOPPENHORST WM., groceries and provisions, ioi 
E. Washington, res. same. 

Schott E., cigar maker C. C. Hunt, bds. Farmers' Hotel. 

SCIIOTT JOSEPH, groceries, provisions and varieties, 117 
E. Washington, res. same. 

Schovc Frederick, laborer, res. 291 Virginia avo. 

Schowe Frederick, carpenter, bds. Green, Green's addition. 

Schrader Christopher, laborer, res. 130 N. Noble. 

Schrader John A., blacksmith, res, rear of G8 N. Missis- 
sippi. 

Schrader Rudolph, finisher Washington Foundry, bds. 148 
E. Market. 

Schreder A., laborer, res. 144 N. Liberty. 

Schreder Frederick, cooper, res. 192 N. Noble. 

Schroeder Charles F., machinist, bds. 108 S. Alabama. 

Schudericht Louis, clerk, bds. California House. 

Schuller George, salesman New York Store. 

Schulnioyer J., retired, res. 1G3 N. New Jersey. 

Scliulmej'er Louis, clerk William Hannaman. 

Schulineyer Philip, teamster, res. 144 E. Market. 

Schultz Henry, foreman brewer, i*es. 35 N. Noble. 

Schumm Julius, school teacher 2d ward school, res. 199 N. 
Alabama. 

SCHUYLER FRANKLIN J., printer Sentinel office, bds. 
Mrs. Cook, N. Pennsylvania. 

Schwarz Jacob, at Rolling Mill. res. 91 E. Washington. 

Schwartz Mrs. Mary, res^l29 N. Railroad. 

Schwear II., laborer, res. 14G N. Liberty. 

Schwicho Charles, porter Fitzgibbon & Co., res. 78 Union. 

Schweinhart Augustus, shoemaker, bds. North, bet. Noble 
and Liberty. 

Schweinhart Edmund, shoemaker, res. North, bet. Liberty 
and Noble. 

Schweinhart Peter, sr., grocer, 131 N. East. 

Schweinhart Peter, jr., shoemaker, res. 129 N. East. 

Schwomier Henry, cooper, res. 180 N. Noble. 



190 



INDIANAPOLIS 



WHEELEK & WILSOI^'S 




C. H. WILLIAMS, Agent. 

PRINCIPAL (IFFil^E m 19 WEST W:\S1!L\(]T(}.\ ST., 

SECOND FLOOR, INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 

Branch Offices — 

No. G Commercial Block, Lafayette, Indiana. 

Oliio Street, 3 doors West of Fourth Street, Terre Haute, Indiana. 

Old No. 98 (^lumbia Street, Fort Wayne, Indiana. 

OVER 100 SOLD DAILY. 

These Machines are superior to any and all others, especiallj'^ in the fol- 
lowing particulars: 

1. Elegance of model and finish. 

2. Simplicity and thorougliness of construction, and consequently dura- 
bility and freedom from derangement and need of repairs. Warranted 
for three years. 

3. Unexampled ease of management, and aapidity and quietness of 
operation. 

4. Beauty and elegance of stitch, alike on boih sides of the fabric 
sewed, making the universally approved Lock Stitch, which leaves no 
clumsy ridge on one side of the seam. 

5. Strength and firmness of seam — will neither rip nor ravel. 

6. Economy of thread, and variety of purposes and materials to whicli 
they are adapted, sewing equally as well on thinnest or thickest fabrics. 
The operator may sew ordinary seams — stitch, hem, fell, quilt, gather, 
bind and tuck, all on the same Machine, with ease and farility. 

Full instructions given to purchasers free of charge. 

Sewing Machine Needles, Silk, Twist, Thread, &c., always on hand at 
the lowest prices. 

Call or send for circulars containing full particulars, list of prices, 
testimonials, &c. C. H. WILLI.A.MS, Agent. 

C. H. W. is also agent for LADD, WEBSTER & CO.'s celebrated SHUT- 
TLE SEWING MACHINES. These Machines make the Lock Stitch, and 
are peculiarly adapted to manufacturing purposes, besides being the 
best Shuttle Machine for family sewing. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 



191 



ScoUard Bart, tinner, bds. S. Delaware, opp. A. Wallace's 
warehouse. 

Scollard Nicholas, wagon maker, vS. Delaware. 

Scorader Charles F., machinist, bds. 108 S. Alabama. 

vScott Adam, (S., Nicholson & Co.,) res. 122 E. Michigan. 

Scott Amos, laborer, res. 87 N. Davidson. 

Scott Frank, book binder, res. 110 N. Mississippi. 

Scott John, clerk New York Store. 

SCOTT, NICHOLSON & CO., stone cutters, S. Delaware, 
bet. Washington and Maryland. 

Scott T. E., M. D., (Dodge & S.,) 3 Glenns' Block. 

Scudder Caleb, boarding house, cor. Market and Tennessee. 

Scudder Henry, teamster, res. Blake. 

Scudder Michael, carpenter, bds. 19 N. East. 

Scudder M., carpenter, bds. Tully House, 79 S. Illinois. 

Scwaemlein E., merchant tailor, 1G3 E. Washington. 

Seaniann Christian, laborer, res. 151 N. Noble. 

Seaman Edwin, traveling agent, res. 20 S. Illinois. 

Sears Andy, laborer, res. 17 S. Georgia. 

Sears Andrew, laborer, 18 S. East. 

Secrest Charles, brick mason, res. 205 S. Alabama. 

Secrest Nathan, laAv student, bds. 205 S. Alabama. 

Sechrist Henry, with William Daggett, bds. 22 S. Meridian. 

See Abraham, carpenter, res. 194 Indiana ave. 

Seele Henry C, laborer, res. 174 N. Liberty. 

Segelken Mrs. Ann, house keeper Macy House. 

SeTbird H. L., tailor, res. 108 W. Vermont. 

Seibert & Clinton, blacksmiths, 252 E. Washington. 

Scibert Henry L., tailor, res. 71 W. Vermont. 

Seibert Hiram, blacksmith, res. 91 S. East. 

Seibert Samuel, (S. & Clinton,) res. 3 N. Liberty. 

SE1DEN8TICKER ADOLPH, attorney at law and notary 
public, also editor Indiana Volksblatt, 95 E. Washing- 
ton, res. 35 N. New Jersey. 

Seigman William, carpenter, res. 216 E. Washington. 

Sell P., wagon maker, bds. Pyle House. 

Sellsmith Adolph, musician, res. 110 E. Ohio. 

SEMxMONS J. H. & Co., opticians, 19 S. Illinois. 

Senior Mrs. P., washer and sewer, res. 90 Massachusetts 



SENTINEL BUILDING, E. Washington, bet. Meridian 

and Pennsylvania. 
Seque William B., engineer Central Railroad, res. 01 E. 

Market. 
Serger A., clerk Moritz & Bro., bds. Palmer House. 
Server Mrs. Caroline, res. 231 Indiana ave. 
Server E., bds. 234 Indiana ave. 
Server Frank, bds. 234 Indiana ave. 



192 



INDIANAPOLIS 



ROBERT BROWNING, 



DEALER IN 







Surgical & Dental Instruments, 

aints, Oils, Varnishes, and Dye-Stuffs, 
Window Glass, Glassware, 

BRUSHES, PERFUMERY, 

SPICES, 
No. 22 West Washington St„ 

INDIAIfAPOLIS, IND. 
T H E 




Cure Dyspepsia, Cure ffJver C^vBBaplaiiit, 4 lire 
IVervoiis <.'oBiipl.'iiiit, Cure Urinary llitfi- 
ciilties, Cure J*(kiiB Diseases, Cure Loss 
ol" Appetile and <Heneral Prostra- 
tion, Cure all Disrascs which 
arise froisn Impure Dloocl. 

Prscribed by Regular Physicians, 

For Sale at the Principal Office, 

N0.6 E.F01RTH ST., THIRD BUILDING FROM MAO, 

CINCINNATI, O. 

FOR SALE BY DRUGGISTS AND MERCHANTS GENERALLY THROUGHOUT 
THE COUNTRY. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 193 



Server Gustus, clerk Mansur's pork house, bds. 234 Indiana 
ave. 

Servison William, baggagemaster L. & I. E. E., bds. Ameri- 
can House. 

Severin Henry, grocer, cor. N. New Jersey and Fort 
Wayne ave, res. same. 

Seward John, turner, 43 McCarty. 

Sexton John E., gas fitter, bds. 22 Maryland. 

Seybold Henry J., bds. 121 E. Ohio. 

Seybold James H., (M. S. & Co.,) bds. 121 E. Ohio. 

SEYBOLD M. & CO., marble dealers, 15 N. Pennsylvania. 

Seybold M., (M. S. & Co.,) res. 121 E. Ohio. 

Seybold Mahlon, wheat agent, res. 121 E. Ohio. 

Shade Gottlieb, carriage maker, res. 52 N. Davidson. 

Shade George, laborer, res. 52 N. Davidson. 

Shade Eeuben W., salesman ISTew York Store, 

Shea Jeremiah, res. Patterson, near North. 

Shatf Abel, laborer, res. 51 N. Noble. 

Shaffer Cornelius, hackman, res. Ill S. Tennessee. 

Shaifehouser Andrew, barber, bds. near Union Depot. 

Shaker C, laborer, res. 230 S. Alabama. 

Shallman Isaac, clerk woolen factory, res. 242 W. Washing- 
ton. 

Shaler Henry, laborer, res. 139 S. Alabama. 

Shajipach H., shoemaker, res. 164 W. Washington. 

Shanedorf Nicholas, teamster, res. 41 N. Noble. 

Shanaberger David H., bds. 92 N. New Jersey. 

Sharp E. B., clerk Mills, Alford & Co., bds. 79 N. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Sharp George, cigar maker, bds. Tremont House. 

SHAEPE JAMES M., secretary Indiana and Illinois Cen- 
tral Eailway, 8 Blake's Eow, 2d floor, res. 20 N. Me- 
ridian. 

SHAEPE JOSEPH K., wholesale leather and shoe dealer, 
90 E. Washington, res. East, near Deaf and Dumb 
Asylum. 

Shai'pe Stephen, engineer Bates City Mills, res. 23 N. Noble. 

SHAEPE THOMAS H., Indianapolis Branch Banking 
Co., cor. Washington and Pennsylvania, res. 95 N. 
Pennsylvania. 

Shaub George, shoemaker, res. 125 N. Noble. 

Shaub Henry, bar keeper, res. 68 N. Noble. 

Shaub John, laborer, res. 129 N. Noble. 

Shaub Mrs., bds. 223 N. Noble. 

Shauff Valentine, carpenter, res. 190 E. Market. 

Shaup Peter, teamster, res. 123 N. Noble. 

Shaup Henry, laborer, res. 137 N. Noble. 
13 



194 INDIANAPOLIS 



PETER MOR]\irVGSTAR, 

(Late J. F. Gulick,) 

T IVIARKET 

Pennsylvania St., North of Odd Fellows' Hall, 
INIDIA.NA.FOLIS, IISTD. 

Best quality of Meat always on hand. 

PERirVE & MAYHEW, 




The only place in the State Avhere Inventors and Patent Right Men 

can get their Models made. All kinds of Cog Gearing made to 

order. Jobbing and Ilepairing promptly attended to. 

No. 1, 3d Floor Blake's Building, opposite Bates House, 

INI3IANAPOLIS, IND. 

D. HILLS. C. F. o'dRISCOLL. 

HILLS, O'DRISCOLL & CO., 

STEREOTYPERS, ELECTROTYPERS, 

And dealers in Printing Materials, 
141 MAIN STREET, CINCINNATI, OHIO. 

Stereotyping and Electi'otyping of all kinds. Books, Music, Pamphlets, 
and Jobs of every description done at short notice, and in the best man- 
ner. Leads, Cases, Gallies, Brass and Metal Rules, Quoins, Furniture, &c., 
always on hand. Wade's superior Colored and Black Inks of all kinds. 
Orders for Types and Printing Materials of every description filled from 
any specimen book. 

MRS. SARAH E. LENNERT, 
No. 16 Sonth Iliinois Street, Second Floor, 



STAMPING for ElVlBROIDERY 

Done on reasonable terms, and on short notice. A variety 

of Stamped Goods always on hand for 

sale wholesale and retail. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 



195 



Shaw Augustus D., clerk, bds. 15 S. Alabama. 

Shaw John, groceries and liquors, ^28 E. Washington, res. 
same. 

Shawber Christopher J., saddle maker, bds. 89 E. Market. 

Shawver Alexander, carpenter, bds. S. Liberty. 

Shawver Mrs. Mary, bds. S. Liberty. 

Shea Cornelius, laborer, bds. 105 W. New York. 

Shea John, laborer, res. 22 S. Liberty. 

Shea John, laborer, res. 11 Railroad, 

Shea Mrs. Mary, res. 108 Wabash. 

Shea Michael, laborer, res. 55 E. St. Josejih. 

Shea Patrick, laborer, res. 232 E. Washington. 

Shea Rodger, res. 105 W. New York. 

Shea Thomas, laborer, ?^. University ave. 

Shean Donald, laborer, res. 38 E. Market. 

Shean Geo. W., pump maker, res. 346 S. Delaware. 

Sheckel Christian, laborer, res. 230 S. Alabama. 

Sheehan Thomas, laborer, res. 201 E. Ohio. 

Sheeks Hugh, student Bryant's Commercial College, bds. 
Mrs. Cook. 

Sheets William, (S. & Braden,) res. cor. Ohio and Pennsyl- 
vania. 

SHEETS & BEADEN, blank book manufactuers and deal- 
ers in stationery, 77 W. Washington. 

Shellenberger John, pattern maker, res. 142 N. New Jersey. 

Shepard Abner H., res. N. Noble. 

Sherman Gustavus, (Kregelo, Blake & Co.,) res. 29 N. Me- 
ridian. 

Sherman Paul, harness maker James Sulgrove, res. cor. 
Illinois and New York. 

Sherlit Nicholas, brewer, res. 158 S. Liberty. 

Sherer D., clerk, bds. 75 N. New Jersey. 

Sherwood H. L., attorney at law, res. 45 N. Pennsylvania. 

Shifter Otho, machinist, res. W. Washington, lower end. 

SHILDMEIER & MEYER, merchant tailors, 144 E. Wash- 
ington. 

Shildmeier Frederick, (S. & Meyer,) res. 144 E. Washington, 
up stairs. 

Shilling Charles, at Bellefontaine freight depot, bds. David- 
son. 

Shipp Samuel M., at Bryant's Commercial College. 

Shirling Nicholas, baker, res. 158 N. Liberty. 

Shissler John B., clerk, bds. N. Pennsylvania. 

Shmidt William, butcher, res. N. Davidson. 

Shoels Lyman, American express messenger Indianapolis & 
St. Louis R. R., bds. Bates House. 

Shi-ader Henry, clerk Robt. Browning, bds. 170 N. Missis- 
sippi. 



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WM$ tUu mttt 





PROFESSOR B. ]?. GRESH 

Respectfully informs the citizens of Indianapolis and surrounding 
country, that he is now prepared to furnish Music for Pic Nics, Private 
Parties, Street Parades, and all Political Meetings, on the shortest no- 
tice, and on the most reasonable terms. 

A good Prompter will be in attendance at Dancing Parties. 

Address Frofessor B. T. G-RZSSH, 

Ho. 45 North Illinois St., Indianapolis, Ind> 

Professor B. F. G. will either attend alone, or with as many Musi- 
cians as are required, as he leads and prompts himself. 



HEAF & CALL, 



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17 $. MEniOWW, NEAB POST OFFICE, 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 



Tailoring and Repairing done on the Shortest Notice, at 
Moderate Charges. 

CHA-RLES ROESCH, 

Ppiitsrir 1 ptjipte, 

185 East Washington St., Indianapolis, Ind. 



Drugs, Medicines and Perfumery. Physicians' Prescriptions care- 
fully prepared. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 197 



Shreke Mrs. Maiy, res. 14.3 K. [N'oble. 

Shoemaker Frederick, cabinet maker, cor. New York and 
Mississippi. 

Shoemaker George, bds. New York, cor. Mississippi. 

Shoemaker Henry, laborer, res. 85 jS". Xoble. 

Shoore John, breakman, bds. Union House. 

Shopbach Henry, shoemaker, bds. G. Walk. 

Shorer Jacob, res. 212 S. Alabama. 

Short L. E., res. 46 S. Delaware. 

SHOUPE FRAXCIS A., attorney at law, office 95 E. 
"VTashington, res. 31 X. Meridian. 

Shoup James M., res. 31 X. Meridian. 

Shoup James, clerk B. F. Tuttle, bds. Mr. Kinder. 

Shoutch George, brewer, bds. 135 W. Maryland. 

Shortridge A. F., secretary Indianapolis Journal Co., res. 
118 X. Illinois. 

Shrader A., workman Bates City Mills, res. 144 X. Liberty. 

Shrader Franklin, laborer, bds. 96 E. Louisiana. 

Shrader Frederick, (Heimburgh & Co.,) res. 192 X. Xoble. 

Shrader Fred, shoemaker, bds. 68 X. Mis.sissippi. 

Shryock H., tailor Dessar Bros., res. 9 Elsworth. 

Shucraft Silas, (S. & Gibbs,) res. 22 E. Lockibie. 

SHL^CEAFT & GIBBS, hair dressing saloon, under Palmer 
House. 

Shuer John, laborer, res. 35 X. Xoble. 

Shupner Gottlieb, carpenter, res. 63 E. St. Joseph. 

Shuhnoeher F., cabinet maker Weaver &, Williams, res. 95 
cor. Xew York and Mississippi. 

Shulmer Frederick, laborer, res. 57 E. St. Mary. 

Shulmyer Jacob, laborer, bds. 169 X. Xew Jersey. 

Shulmyer Louis, clerk Hannamans drug store. E. Wash- 
ington, bds. 169 X. Xew Jersey. 

Shurr Leonard, watch maker, 64 X. Davidson. 

Siaphoff Henry, cabinet maker, res. 68 Virginia ave. 

Sibird David, blacksmith, res. 75 E. Market. 

SIEGPtlST EEY. SIMOX, (Ger. Catholic.) res. 46 S. Dela- 
ware. 

Sierferts A., meat market, cor. Washington and Delaware, 
res. same. 

Silver John, teamster, res. 51 X. Liberty. 

Simcox John W., saddler, res. 138 X. East. 

Simmelink William, carpenter, res. 157 E. Ohio. 

Simmons Mrs. Anna, res. 137 X. Eailroad. 

SIMMOXS GEOPtGE, printer Sentinel office, bds. 19 
Circle. 

Simmons Eev. James B., minister Baptist Church, S. Me- 
ridian, res. X. Pennsylvania. 

Simon Peter, currier, res. cor. Market and Liberty. 



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Scandinavian Blood Pills, twenty-five cents ])er box, or 
five boxes for one dollar. 

Scandinavian Blood Purifier, one dollar per bottle, or six 
bottles for five dollars. 

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No. 14 West Washington St.; Hanlin & Barnitt, and by Drug- 
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CITY DIRECTORY. 199 



Simond Frederick, cabinet maker, bds. Pennsylvania. 

Simons Andy, laborer, res. extreme E. Washington. 

Simons George, Adams' Exj)ress messenger J. & I. E. R., 
bds. Macy House. 

Simpson Franklin F., (Danforth & S.,) res. 12G N. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Simpson James P., carpenter, res. 130 E. Ohio. 

SIMPSON M. & E., groceries and provisions, 58 E. South. 

Simpson Mathew, (M. & E. S.,) bds. Eay House. 

Simpson N., groceries, flour and feed, 167 S. Delaware, res. 
same. 

Simpson Eichard, (M. & E. S.,) bds. Eay House. 

Sims John Madison, (col.,) barber, 81-| E. Washington. 

Sims William, 2-1 N. ]\Iississij)pi. 

Sin Augustus, varnisher, bds. S. Delaware. 

Sinex William, (Beard & S.,) res. Eichmond. 

Singer L. F., American Express messenger Ind. Central 
E. E., bds. Bates House. 

Sinker Edward T., (Dumont & S.,) res. 101 Virginia ave. 

SINKEE E. T., coal oil lamps, Meridian, S. of postoffice. 

SINKING FUND OFFICE, junction of Virginia ave. and 
Pennsylvania. 

Sipple L. P., conductor Bellefontaine E. E., bds. Bates 
House. 

SIEEONIA L. D., hairdressing saloon, under American 
House. 

Sittenheim Benjamin, salesman Glaser & Bro., bds. 15 N. 
East. 

Skiles John W., conductor Bellefontaine E. E., bds. Bates 
House. 

Skelley Matthew prop'r Indiana House, 31 Market. 

Slate Benjamin F., carpenter, res. 126 E. Michigan. 

Sleich wid. David, res. 24 N. Pennsylvania. 

Sliacli John, carpenter, bds. Union House. 

Slij)pey Sylvester, book binder, bds. Pyle House. 

Sloan George W., clerk E. Browning, res. 104 N. Meridian. 

SLOAN & INGEESOLL, furniture and chair manufac- 
turers, 4 Louisiana. 

Sloan John, (S. & Ingersoll,) res. 83 S. Tennessee. 

Sloan William I., cabinet maker, bds. 83 S. Tennessee. 

Sloer Christian, shoemaker, res. 74 Fort Wayne ave. 

Sliasser Henry, res. 102 McCarty. 

Small David, carj)enter, res. 116 N. East. 

Small Eev. Gilbert, Presbyterian Church, res. 40 N. Dela- 
ware. 

Small Eody A., blacksmith, res. E. AVashington. 

Smallhalts John, laborer, res. 20 Garden. 

Smallwood Mrs. Elizabeth, res. 52 N. East. 



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INDIA. ISTi^ 

STATE JOURNAL 

STEAM MAMMOTH* 




Soiitli-East Cor. Meridian and Circle Streets, 

INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA. 



The Journal Office is prepared to do all kinds of 

Neatly, promptly and accurately, being supplied with a number of fast 
Presses, running by steam. Every description of Printing can be done 
on short notice and quick time. We have in successful operation one of 

. GORDON'S FIRf FLY mm. 

CAPABLE OF FEINTING FEOM 8,000 TO 20,000 CARDS PERHOUE. 

We can furnish Printed Cards, when ordered in large quantities, at 

cheaper rates than other establishments in Indiana can buy 

the unprinted cards at Stationery Stores. 



..^r>vEjRTisiisrG^. 

The Daily and Weekly Journal furnish the best mediums in the State 
for mei'chants and others to advertise their business through. It circu- 
lates in every county of the State, and has the heaviest local circulation 
of any paper published in Indianapolis. 

JOURNAL COMPANY, Indianapolis, Ind. 



CITY DIRECTORY. . 201 



Smallwood wid. James, res. 52 ^N". East. 

Smalhvood William, artist, res. 52 N. East. 

Smiclit Henry, 231 S. Pennsylvania. 

Smidth E., watch maker W. H. Talbott & Co., res. ISi N. 
Delaware. 

Smith Mrs. Annie, arti.st in hair, res. 113 E. New York. 

Smith-'Anna M., notion store, 19 Alabama, res. same. 

Smith Miss Anna, school teacher, res. 36 E. Market. 

Smith C. H., 21 Chatham. 

Smith Caleb B., (S. & S.,) res. cor. New York and Cali- 
fornia. 

SMITH CHAELES C, attorney at law and notary public, 
oflSce 95 E. Washington, res. 51 Ohio. 

Smith Miss Catharine, d'l-ess maker, bds. 71 E. Market. 

Smith Ebenezer, plasterer, bds. Pyle House. 

Smith Ebenezer H., laborer, res. Ill St. Mary. 

Smith Elisha M., carpenter, bds. 101 W. New York. 

SMITH FEANCIS, (Delzell & S.,) attorney at law and 
notary public, 37 E. Washington, bds. Bates House. 

Smith Frederick, groceries and pi'ovisions, 126 N. Missis- 
sippi, cor. Yermont, res. same. 

Smith wid. George E., res. 59 N. New Jersey. 

Smith Harrison, laborei', res. 146, cor. North and Blake. 

Smith Henry, res. 4 E Michigan. 

Smith Horace E., law student Smith & Smith. 

Smith Hugh, shoemaker, res. 1J9 N. Alabama. 

Smith Hugh F., (S. & Stevenson,) res. Laurenceburg. 

Smith James, last maker Osgood, Smith & Co., bds. 42 S. 
Meridian. 

Smith Jas., brick yard, cor. East and McCarty,res. 267 East. 

Smith John, boot and shoe maker, bds. North, bet. Pennsyl- 
vania and Maryland. 

Smith John, res. 160 B. McCarty. 

Smith John, stone cutter, res. S. side National road. 

Smith John, butcher, res. 36 N. Spring. 

Smith John, res. alley N. of W. North. 

Smith John, shoemaker, res. 7 E. North. 

Smith John, laborer, res. 265 S. Delaware. 

Smith John C, carpenter, res. cor. St. Clair and James. 

SMITH EEY. JOHN C, (Meth. Epis.,) res. 115 N. New 
Jersey. 

Smith John G., blacksmith, 36 Kentucky ave., res. 84 N. 
New Jersey. 

Smith John I., American Express messenger L. & I. E. E., 
bds. Bates House. 

Smith John S., carriage painter, bds. 7 W. Market. 

Smith Jonathan, printer Sentinel office, bds. 20 N. Pennsyl- 
vania. 



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H. ROSENGARTEN. 




AND APOTHECARY, 

Corner of 

Odd Fellows' Hall 

Indianapolis, Ind. 



IISr^VElsrTOIRS' IlSrSTZTXJTE. 



ALBERT E. REDSTOIVE, 

MODEL ROOM, 

No. 6 South Meridian Street, opposite Post Office, 
II¥DIA]VAPOLIS, II¥D. 

Fee for Deposit of Models, one year, $3. Exhibition Free. 

General Agency for the Sale of Patent Territory. Patentees will have 
great advantages through this Agency. Also, those wishing to deal in 
valuable Patents, can have access to the latest and best improvements. 



Newly fitted up, under the management of 

B. F. JOHNSON. 

CHOICE WINES, LIQDORS & CIGARS 

Constantly on hand. Oysters and Game in their season. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 203 



Smith Joseph, machinist, res. Fletcher's addition. 

Smith Julius, watch maker, res. 184 N. Delaware. 

Smith & La Eue, ornamental plasterers. 20 Kentucky ave. 

Smith Leary, employee Belletbntaine E. E., res. 39 S. Me- 
ridian. 

Smith Lewis C, turner, bds. Wm. Kolb. 

Smith Mrs. Mary Ann, res. 95 E. Market. 

Smith Mark, machinist, bds. National Hotel. 

SMITH MES. M. C boarding Alvord's Block, S. Penn- 
sjivania. 

Smith M. T., (Duke & Smith,) res. near Christian Uni- 
versity. 

SMITH ct^MOEGAX, merchant tailors, 35 E. Washington. 

Smith Xathau, laborer, res. 144 E. McCarty. 

Smith Nelson W., engineer, bds. E. Knight. 

Smith Eichard. teamster, 51 Union. 

Smith Eobert, tanner, res. S. New Jersey. 

Smith Samuel F.. (Osi--ood. S. & Co.,) res. 42 S. Meridian. 

SMITH & SMITH, attorneys at law, 26 W. Washington, 
Eay's Building. 

Smith Mrs. Sophia, dress maker, res. 86 E. Garden. 

Smith Stephen, news agent and bill poster, res. 10 North. 

SMITH & STEVENSON, coal, lumber and grain, 5 S. Dela- 
ware. 

Smith Theodore, teamster, bds. 245 W. Washington. 

Smith Thomas M., res. 126 E. Washington. 

Smith Washington, teamster, res. 107 S. Alabama. 

Smith Watt J., (S. &. S.,) notary public, bds. C. B. Smith. 

Smith W. H., clerk J. S'. Dunlop, bds. 84 N. New Jersey. 

Smith Wilhelmina, 73 N. Pennsylvania. 

Smith Eev. AVilliam C, presiding elder Wesley Chapel, res. 
7 W. Market. 

Smith William F., salesman E. Browning, bds. Mrs. Dana. 

Smith AVilliam Q., clerk, bds. 21 S. Delaware. 

Smith AVilliam, (S. k Morgan,) res. 37 N. Delaware. 

Smith AVilliam, student Bryant's Commercial College, bds. 
10 W. North. 

Smith AVilliam, (Eexford & S.,) bds. 66 N. Mississippi. 

Smithers AAllliam, clerk J. & J. Bradshaw, bds. 53 Indiana 
ave. 

Smock M. L. J., res. 42 E. New York. 

Smock Peter, clerk, res. 42 E. New York. 

Smock Eichard AV., res. 227 S. Pennsylvania. 

Smock AA^illiam, laborer, res. 239 Massachusetts ave. 

Snapj) Mrs. Abigal, hair braider, res. 143 E. New Y^ork. 

Snider Jacob, book-keeper, E. C. Mayhew & Co., bds. Tre- 
mont House. 

Snider Conrad, laborer, res. 336 S. Delaware. 



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A. KIVODLE & 80IV, 

Manufacturers and Dealers in 

BOOTS & SHOES 

32 East Washington St., Indianapolis. 




g^°All kinds of Work and Repairing done to order. 
Terms positively' cash. 



SCOTT, NICHOLSON & CO., 

STONE CUTTERS, 

Marble Workers, and dealers in all kinds of Stone Work, 
31 VIRGINIA AVENUE AND DELAWARE ST., 

Between Washington and Maryland Sts., 

INDIA.ISr^POLIS. 

ORDERS RROMRTL-Y RXECUXED, 




ENGLISH OPTICIANS, 

And Brazillian Pebble Spectacle Makers, 
No. 19 South Illinois Street, INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 

l^g^Spectacles made and Repaired."^^ 



138 East Washington Street. 



CHOICE WiES,LI0OQRS& CIGARS 

Always on hand. Oysters and all kinds of Eefresli- 
ments. Also a first rate Bowling Alley at- 
tached to the Saloon. 

JOHN C. KOLLMEYER, Proprietor. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 205 



Snider Leonard, patentee, res. 149 N. Delaware. 

Snow Miss , school teacher, bds. 14 N. Meridian. 

Snyder David E., book-keeper Branch of the Bank of the 

State, bds. Jacob McChesnoy. 
Socks Phillip, cooper, bds. 53 IST. Illinois. 
Socwell H. M., (Spencer & S.,) res. 14 N. New Jersey. 
Soenke Charles, tanner and currier, res. above Union saloon, 

AVashington. 
Solomon Joseph, tobacconist, bds. Tremont House. 
Soltee \ym., clerk, res. 24 S. Delaware. 
Son wid Josiah, res. Ill S. New Jersey. 
Sonderegger Fidel, clerk, res. 64 E. St. Joseph. 
Sonnefekl Henry, carpenter, res. cor. Mississijipi and South. 
Southard A., cor. Vermont and Alabama. 
Southard James P., res. 68 E. A'"ermont. 
Southard M. R., salesman J. C. Yohn, res. cor. Illinois and 

St. Clair. 
Southard M., 68 E. Vermont. 
Southard J. P., res. 68 Vermont. 
Spade Jacob, laborer, res. 177 N. Eailroad. 
Spaeth Christian, butcher, bds. Jefferson House. 
SPANN & HALL, real estate, collecting and Insurance of- 
fice, S. AV. cor. AVashington and Meridian. 
Spann James E., gi'oceries, provisions and meat store, 123 

Indiana ave. 
Spann John S., (S. & Hall,) res. 73 N. Pennsylvania, 
Sj^angenberg Geo. D., shoemaker, res. 76 S. Xoble. 
Sparks Jesse, tailor, res. 69 Benton. 
Sparks AYm., tailor, bds. Noble. 
Spear Frederick, drayman, res. 103 B. South. 
Spear wid. Prissilla (col.,) res. 63 S. Noble. ' 

SPBCKMAN & KRETSCH, dealers in cigars and tobacco, 

57 S. Illinois, res. same. 
Spencer E. S., general freight agent B. E. E. Line, bds. N. 

E. cor., Alabama and Washington. 
Spencer Cleorge, foundryman, res. 213 N. Alabama. 
Spencer James, (col.,) 135 N. Tennessee. 
Spencer Milton, (S. & Socwell,) res. 24 N. New Jersey. 
Spencer Eev. Oliver M., president Indiana Female College, 

res. N. Pennsylvanis. 
SPENCBE & SOCAVELL, groceries and feed store, 202 E. 

AVashington. 
Spesser Charles, stone cutter, res. 267 S. Delaware. 
Speth B., res. 146 S. Delaware. 
Speth C, butcher, bds. Little's Hotel. 
Spicer B. M., carjjenter, res. 221 N. Tennessee. 
Spicer Henry C, carpenter, bds. 221 N. Tennessee. 
Sjnegel Augustus, cabinet maker, res. 31 N. Liberty. 



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Issued the first and Third Tuesday in each month. One copy, one year, 
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Six copies of the Semi-Monthly will be sent to one address for three 
dollars ; eleven copies for five dollars ; twenty-two copies for ten dollars ; 
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CITY DIRECTORY. 207 



Spiegel Christian, (S., Thorns & Co.,) res. 180 E. Ver- 
mont. 

SPIEGEL, THOMS & CO., furniture dealers and manufac- 
turers, ware rooms 73 W. Washington, manufactory, 
223 E.Washington. 

Spilker Fred., laborer, res. 82 S. Noble. 

Spillman Wesley L., at last and peg factory, res. 51 McCarty. 

SPINNEY WILLIAM N., boots and shoes, 10 W. Washing- 
ton. 

Spinney William, moulder, bds. National Hotel. 

Splain Maurice, laborer, res. 184 E. Market. 

Splain Thomas, laborer, res. 29 N. Davidson. 

Spond Frederick, turner, res. McCarty. 

SPOTTS & THOMSON, Franklin Foundry, opp. I. &. C. 
freight Depot. 

Spotts William, (S. & Thomson,) res. Fletcher's addition. 

Spratt Joseph, plasterer, res. GO N. Delaware. 

SPEANDEL GEOEGE, boot and shoemaker, 124 N. Miss- 
issippi, res. same. 

Spreng Adam, stone cutter, bds. 16 Georgia. 

Springer David, carpenter, res. 5. Chatham. 

Springer James, tailor, res. 140 E. New York. 

Springsteen George, brick mason, res. 37 N. East. 

Sj^ringsteen Abram, brick mason, res. 37 N. East. 

Springsteen Jefferson, City Marshal, res. 31 N. Spi"ing. 

Springsteen John, door and sash maker, res 194 E. Ohio. 

Sproule William K., (Fahnestock & Co.,) res. 18 and 22 S. 
Illinois. 

Sprow Mrs. Louisa, res. 38 E. Pratt. 

Squire P. J., 10 Cherry. 

STAATS & ENGLISH, painters and glaziers, cor. Meridian 
and Washington. 

Staats George D., (S. & English,) res. 6 E. Michigan. 

Staff John, res. alley, bet. East and New Jersey. 

Stagg Charles W., book-keeper Sheets & Braden, res. 76 W. 
New York. 

Stahlin Martin, Arcadia saloon under Tremont House, res. 
80 W. Georgia. 

Stainkuhlar Henry, cooper, res. 91 Union. 

Stanhilber Martin, driver for brewery, res. 270 E. Washing- 
ton. 

Stanton David, finisher, bds. W. H. Lingenfelter. 

Stapp James II., (S. & Wright,) res. cor. Illinois and Fourth. 

STAPP & WEIGHT, real estate, collecting and general in- 
telligence office, 86 E. Washington. 

Stareback Chai'les, carpenter, res. 203 S. Delaware. 

Stark Gustavus, carpenter, res. 81 Fort Wayne ave. 

Starling Samuel, clerk, res. 150 E. North. 



INDIANAPOLIS 



AMEKICAN HOUSE 

OPPOSITE UNIOiSS DEPOT, 

Indianapolis, Ind. 



WIGGIM & MORROW, Proprietors. 



M, li mi M t ll\l VAi fill 

BY R WALSMAN, 

No. 55 South Illinois Street, 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 



B@°" The best qualities of Ales, Liquors and Cigars al- 
ways on hand. Also, a first class Billiard Table attached 
to the establishment. 

fonmunnwiNGiiiiciiiiifs, 



These Machines are Reliable and Execute ecjual to those of higher 
price, making the Double Lock Stitch. Please call and examine. 

I^ooms in U-ay's Blocli. 

hGmn WMTED m ail THS COIUV^TJES of the ST;Vr.S. 
Address, B.. Ti. ROCKW^EZiL, 

Indianapolis. 



Walnut Street, between Sixth and Seventh, 
CINCINNATI, OHIO. 



J. W. SWEI\EY, - - - Proprietor. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 209 



Starr John, hostler J. ^Yood's livery stable, res. Wabash, 
bet. New Jersey and East. 

Starr John C, carpenter, 105 W. Market, res. 101 South. 

STAUB J., clothing and gentlemen's furnishing goods, 59 
E. Washington, res Noble, bet. New York and Yermont. 

Staulb Frederick, carpenter, res. 99 N. Eailroad. 

Staufer John, switch tender, res. 98 S. Pennsylvania. 

Steabler Michael, teamster, res. 45 N. Spring. 

Steacy Joseph, carpenter, res. 127 W. Yerniont. 

Stedman E. P., M. D., physician, office 53 N. New Jersey, 
res. same. 

Stedman P., clerk I. & C. E. R. freight office, res. l-tT Vir- 
ginia ave. 

Steele Thomas J., printer Sentinel Office, bds. 159 N. East. 

Steele William H., carpenter, res. 159 N. East. 

Steelsmith Simon, bds. South, bet. Delaware and Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Stegner John P., laborer, res. 243 S. Pennsylvania. 

Steiber Charles, carpenter, res. 203 S. Delaware. 

Stein Frederick, civil engineer, cor. Market and Cady. 

Steiner Jacob, laborer, res. 158 N. East. 

Steinmann Geo., tailor with J. Steinmann, 25 S. Mei'idian. 

STEINMANN J., merchant tailor, 25 S. Meridian, res. 
same. 

Steinman William, book-keeper, bds. 21 S. Delaware. 

Steinmiller George, cigar maker, bds. Farmers' Hotel. 

Stein winter Andrew, brewer, res. Wyoming. 

Stelhorn Christian, carpenter, res. 176 N. Noble. 

STELHORN FREDERICK, carpenter, res. 184 N. Noble. 

Stelzell John, (Henning & S.,) res. 190 N. Illinois. 

STERN REV. M. G. I., (German Reformed,) res. 15 N. 
Alabama. 

Sterding Frederick, res. 38 California. 

Steubing Phillip, laborer, res. 119 N. Noble. 

Stevens Abel, trader, res. 82 N. Tennessee. 

STEVENS ALEX. D., printer Sentinel office, res. 142 Vir- 
ginia ave. 

Stevens Benjamin, cabinet maker, bds. Wm. Kolb. 

Stevens Harrison, runner for Tremont House. 

Stevens Dr. Isaac, bds. 171 S. New Jerse3^ 

Stevens Levi B., brick maker, res. 261 S. East. 

Stevens J ohn, machinist, res. ijG Merrill. 

STEVENS T. M., physician and surgeon, 172 B. Washing- 
ton, up stairs, res. S. New Jersey. 

STEVENSON C. S., cashier Branch of [the Bank of the 
State of Indiana, res. 94 N. West. 

Stevenson Rev. David, (Third Prcsb.,) res. 248 N. Illinois. 
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J. C. ^i^ORTH, 



DEALER IN 



TENT 




99 iVOKTH IVIERIDEAIV STREET, 

mtkmmlh, lade 



^To rsyioLG 



^^ d.^ ^^tSa 



M:RS. M:. S. THOMPSON. 



SUE^Eii, 



i 

Would respectfully say to the ladies of this city and vicinity, that the 
long experience she has had in connection with the formerly extensive 
practice of her husband, Dr. H. Thompson, has enabled her to treat dis- 
ease in all its various forms, both acute-and chronic, successfully; and 
also skillfully to assist woman in the most trying and perilous situation 
of her life. As Mi'S. T. has never been so unfortunate as to lose any 
mother in parturition, and is not only competent, but has the facilities to 
treat the most difficult cases, with but one female assistant, she would 
therefore cheei'fuUy invite all those who may Avish for further information 
or acquaintance, to call on her at her residence. 

Mrs. T., separate from the instructions she has received at a Medical 
Institution, has studied with and received private instruction from our 
most celebrated accoucheurs, especially in the safe administration of 
chloroform, in every case, without exception — in regard to which she will 
be happy to give satisfactory reference and testimonials. As her time 
and attention is given exclusively to her profession, she will be in readi- 
ness to attend calls day and night, at her office and residence, No. 20 
North Illinois Street, first building north of the Bates House. 

MISS E. L.UEDERS, 




IKTc. 16 South Illinois Street, Third Floor. 



Embroidery and Needle-Work, in all its varieties, and Fancy 
Work generally, done to order, on reasonable terms. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 211 



Stevenson John, cooper, res. Canal. 

Stevenson E., clerk Smith & S., res. 94 oST. West. 

Steward A., (col.,) 137 N. Tennessee. 

Steward Thomas, (col.,) barber, bds. Kentucky ave., bet. 
Maryland and Georgia. 

Stewart A., cook American House, bds. same. 

Stewart Andrew, farmer, res. Elizabeth, bet. Blake and 
Dunlop. 

STEWAET & BOWEX, books and stationery, 18 W. 
AYashington. 

Stewart Charles C, clerk Stewart & Bowen, res. 99 N. New 
Jersej". 

Stewart J. Austen, clerk McTaggart & Co., bds. 30 :N'. Illi- 
nois. 

Stewart Jacob, employee McTaggart & Co., res. 191 S. New 
Jersey. 

Stewart James, bds. Elizabeth. 

Stewart Josiah, blacksmith Bellefontaine Eailroad shop, 
res. 1G7 S. Noble. 

Stewart Eobert, book-keeper Moritz & Bro., bds. Bates 
House. 

Stewart Eobert E., foreman Witness office, 12^ S. Pennsyl- 
vania, res. same. 

Stewart Thomas W., clerk American and U. S. Express Co., 
bds. Bates House. 

Stewart Eev. Thomas H., (Baptist,) res. 116 N. David- 
son. 

Stewart wid. William, res. 99 N. New Jersey. 

Stidely John B., teamster, bds. 65 Massachusetts ave. 

Stiedel George, file maker, res. 55 N. Noble. 

Stiger Fred, painter, res. 29 N. Libert3^ 

Stiegmann C, general store, 205 S. Delaware, res. same. 

Stiles John, mason, res. E. Michigan. 

Stilz J. George, (Birkenmeyer & Co.,) res. S. E. of city 
limits. 

Stimebraker George, laborer, res. 7 Pearl. 

Stimebraker Michael, res. Pearl. 

Stirk Hammon, shoemaker, I'es. 172 N. Noble. 

Stirk James, wheelwright, res. alley, bet. E. Ohio and New 
York. 

Stoacker William, d3'er and scourer, 18 Kentucky ave. 

Stoddard Benj. F., clerk D. Braden, bds. 41 W. Michigan. 

Stocking Frederick, grocer, res. 163 Indiana ave. 

Stokes Aaron, carpenter, bds. 107 S. Tennessee. 

Stolte Henry, carpenter, 243 S. Delaware. 

Stolte H. A., laborer, res. 135 E. McCarty. 

Stolte William, clerk, res. 243 S. Delaware. 

Stone H. L., student, bds. James. 



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STEUBENYJUK SHOUT LINE FOR 

iladelohia 



NEW YORK AND BOSTON. 

sEcuMroKETSifiamiijimi&iS^^ 

iRAIMfllilMAPOlim 

Connect in Union Depot, Columbus, ■with the 

u, minmm 

J^NJy PITTSBUUa 





all the 



TIME AS qraiyAREA^W^AS BTj^ OTHER ROUTE. 

Attiiclied to all Night Trains between Indianapolis and New York. 

MORE THAW tOO MILES SHORTER TO NEW VORK 

Than via Northern Routes. 

This Line is in direct connection with the Pennsylvania Central Rail- 
road, and Boston Passengers by rail are transferred free at New York. 

I5ag-g-ag"e Clieckecl Tliroxig-li. 

THROUGH TICKETS by this short and reliable Route, to be had at all 
the principal R. R. offices in the West. Ask for Tickets via Steubenville. 

This Route offers great inducements to Shippers. Freights handled 
with care and forwarded with dispatch. 

IRA A. HUTCHINSON, 

Gen'l Ticket Agent, Columbus, O. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 213 



Stone Timothy S., (V. K. Hendricks & Co.,) res. Worcester, 
Mass. 

Stone W. O., clerk V. K. Hendricks & Co., bds. 99 N. Me- 
ridian. 

Stoneman W. H., book-keeper Fitzgibbon & Co., bds. 
Saraiial Beck. 

Stookey Charles, cooper, res. 27 N. Spring. 

Stouff John, laborer, allej', bet. New Jersey and East. 

Stout Benjamin C, (O. B. S. & Bros.,) bds. 19 W. Maryland. 

Stout Carhart, coal dealer, res. 101 S. Tennessee. 

Stout D. L., (E. C. & D. L. vStout,) bds. 19 W. Maryland. 

Stout John E., (0. B. S. & Bros.,) bds. 19 W. Maryland. 

Stout John, printer Sheets & Braden, res. cor. Tennessee 
and Louisiana. 

Stout Mrs. L., res. 98 IST. Meridian. 

STOUT 0. B. &. BEOS., groceries, wholesale and retail. 
42 W. Washington. 

Stout Oliver B., (6. B. S. & Bros.,) bds. 19 W. Maryland. 

Stout Oliver H., physician and surgeon, res. 19 W. Mary- 
land. 

STOUT E. C. & D. L., wholesale and retail grocers, 46 E. 
Washington. 

Stout Eichard C, (E. C.-& D. L. S.,) res. 19 W. Maryland. 

Stoven Thomas, res. 108 S. Tennessee. 

Stover A. H., boarding, 118 N. Illinois. 

Stowell Myron A., (WiUard & S.,) res. 153 N. Illinois. 

Stowers Mrs. Catherine, cor. Ohio and Tennessee. 

Strachan Geo. C, salesman New York Store. 

Strader Crist., laborer, res. 92 McCarty. 

STEADEE MAETIN Y., cloaks and mantillas, 5G E. Wash- 
ington, res. 32 N. Pennsylvania. 

Straeghar Jacob J., carpenter, res. 121 Fort Wayne ave. 

Strang Gabriel L.. shoemaker, res. 97 N. Noble. 

Strange William E., notary public Court House, res. 108 E. 
Yermont. 

Stratton Joseph, machinist, bds. National Hotel. 

Straub Albert, harness maker, res. 233 S. Pennsylvania. 

Straub Fred., cook Union Saloon, E. Washington. 

Strauhs vSolomon, clerk Moritz & Bi"o., bds. Tremont House. 

Strausner Frederick, tailor, res. 112 E. Washington. 

Street J. W., (L. S. & Bro.,) res. 144 N. Illinois^ 

Street L., (L. S. & Bro.,) res. 132 N. Illinois. 

STEEET L. & BEO., staple and f-xncy dry goods, 56 E. 
Washington. 

Streicher Jacob, carpenter, res. 121 Fort Wayne ave. 

Strickland David H., paper maker, bds. National Hotel. 

Strife David, tanner, bds. 180 E. New York. 

Stringer Wesley, laborer, res. 266 Madison Eailroad. 



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^W. DA.GaETT, 



Manufacturer of 



And dealer in Foreign Fruits, Nuts, Cigars, Pepper and Spices. 
22 MERIDIAN STREET. 



^ 



M 



22 IMiericlian Sti*eet. 

Pure Teas 25 per cent, lower than ever before oflFered in this city. 

"WILLIA-M A. KEYS. 




MARBLE 

WORKS, 



No. 26 South ZMLeridian Street, Indianapolis, Znd. 

Monuments, Headstones, &c., made to order. 



27 South Meridian Street, a few doors south of Post Oflace. 
CiEO. RHODIUM, Propr. 

B^^'Tlie best of Wines, Liquors and Ale always on hand. 
Also a first class Billiard Table attached. 
ji@"A free Lunch every day. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 215 



STEINGFIELD WOODFOED, attorney at law, office 
McOuat's Block, Kentucky ave. 

Stucke Charles, (Heimburgh & Co.,) res. 27 Spring. 

Stuckmeier John H., carpenter, res. 24 S. Alabama. 

Stumpf George, laborer, res. 73 N. Davidson. 

Stumpf John G., laborer, res. 155 IS". Noble. 

Stumpf Henry, laborer, res. 148 N. East. 

Stumpf John H., laborer, res. 148 N. East. 

Stumph Henry, stone mason, res. 228 N. Alabama. 

Stumph John J., res. S. Illinois. 

Styner Jacob, engineer on I. & C. E. E., bds. 46 S. Noble. 

Sudbrock Francis H., laborer, res. 120 N. Davidson. 

Suher Louis, saw grinder E. C. Atkins, res. 270 S. Dela- 
ware. 

Sule Henry, laborer, res. 174 N. Liberty. 

SULGEOVE B. E., j^rincipal editor Indianapolis Journal 
Co., res. 87 AY. South. 

Sulgrove Eli C, harness maker, res. 117 N. Alabama. 

SULGEOVE & EEYNOLDS, saddlery, hardware and 
trimmings, 20 W. Washington. 

Sulgrove Jas., (S. & Eeynolds,) res. 59 W. Maryland. 

Sulgrove James W., clerk James Sulgrove. 

SULGEOVE JEEOME B., harness maker and saddler, 44 
E. Washington, res. 72 Kentucky ave. 

SULGEOVE jt)HN M., harness maker Jas. Sulgrove. 

Sulgrove Milton M., foreman Jas. Sulgrove, bds. 87 N. 
Pennsylvania. 

SuUenberger Asher W., turner, res. 44 E. Pratt. 

Sullivan Arthur, laborer, res. 209 S. Delaware. 

Sullivan Mrs. A., res. 79 E. Market. 

Sullivan Daniel, laborer, res. 73 E. Market. 

Sullivan Henry, printer, bds. N. Meridian, cor. Pratt. 

Sullivan James, carpenter, bds. 92 N. Meridian. 

Sullivan John 13., carpenter, res. 40 E. Pratt. 

Sullivan John, railroad man, res. 73 S, Noble. 

Sullivan John, laborer, res. 164 S. Mississippi. 

Sullivan John, Bates House. 

Sullivan Michael, laborer, 99 S. Louisiana. 

Sullivan Ottis, laborer, res. 206 S. Delaware. 

Sullivan Tinioth}^, plasterer, res. 310 S. Delaware. 

Sullivan Timothy, plasterer, res. 308 S. Delaware. 

Sullivan W. H., clerk, bds. 156 N. Tennessee. 

Sullivan William, sr., cax'penter, res. 92 N. Meridian. 

SULLIVAN WILLIAM, justice of the peace, 47 E. Wash- 
ington, 2d floor, res. 107 N. Meridian. 

Sumers Albert B., carpenter, res. 150 N. Mississippi. 

Sumers B., cattle merchant, res. 144 E. McCarty. 

Summer Augustus, laborer, 92 Union. 



216 



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mm 



rieLEi 



m U^myj 




BUILDERS, 
i5 North Pennsylvania Street, 

INDLtNlPOLIS, INDIINI. 



This establishment is one of the most extensive in the 
West, and conducted upon the more modern and butter 
ai^proved plans of Eastern or European establishments. 

We are prepared to furnish to order and on short no- 
tice, 



Tomes, @RAf LESTSINES, 

MANTLES, CABINET AND COUNTER SLABS, PEDES- 
TALS, FRONTS, VASES, VASES WITH FLOW- 
ERS, MEDALLIONS, BUSTS, STATUES, 

O 1* IX c i fi X e s and. Images 

Of every descrijotion, at prices which cannot fail to please 
the appreciative. 

Especial attention is given to Monumental Building, and 
orders from "home or abroad" will meet with disi^atch, and 
merit our regard and thanks. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 217 



SUMMEES & WENTZ, confectionery and bakery, 144 W. 

Washinc;ton. 
Summers A.^B., (S. & Wentz,) Mb. 144 W. Washington. 
Surer Lewis, res. Wyoming. 
Susc Godfrey, res. 148 New Jersey. 
Suss Charles, tailor, station eating-house. 
Sutherland Levi, carriage and wagon manufacturer, 102 

Delaware, res. 112 McCarty. 
SUTHEELAXD JAMES, (Sutherland & McEvoy,) bds. 

Little's Hotel. 
SUTHEELAND & McEVOY, State gazetteer, business and 

city directory publishers and compilers, office Sentinel 

Buildings, Indianapolis, and 50 Commercial street, St. 

Louis, Mo. 
Sutphen Elias, fireman, res. E. Lord. 

Sutphen James, engineer B. F. E. E., res. 99 S. New Jersey. 
Sutton Joseph, plasterer, res. California. 
Sutz Charles, tailor, bds. Eailroad i^^xchange. 
Swaftbrd Edward, laborer, res. 217 IS. New Jersey. 
Swain James, clerk in postoftice, res. 29 N. Illinois. 
Swammeicr Christian, on Bellefontaiue E. E., res. 164 N. 

Michigan. 
Swartz Christian, teamster, res. IGG N. Noble. 
Swartz Frederick W., clerk Munson & Johnston. 
Swartz Jacob, baker Cincinnati Bakery, bds. 91 E. Wash- 
ington. 
Swear Crist., drayman, res. 101 E. South. 
Sweeny Patrick, res. 241 S. Pennsylvania. 
Sween}^ John, carpenter, bds. 73 W. Marjiand. 
SWEETSEE JAMES N., attorney at law, office Johnson 

buildings, 23 E. Washington, res. 50 N. Pennsylvania. 
Sweicho Charles, laborer, 87 Union. 
Sweinberger William, butcher, 73 S. Illinois. 
Sweinhart Edmund, shoemaker, res. G8 E. St. Mary. 
Sweinhart William, cutter, 3 W. Washington, res. 165 N. 

Alabama. 
Sweir Gottlieb, laborer, res. 146 N. Liberty. 
Swift Mrs. Mary, laundress, res. 51 E. Market. 
Swigert Peter, house carpenter, Wabash, bet. New Jersey 

and East. 
Swing Edward, butcher Bates House meat shop, res. 90 

New York. 
Syerup Henry, groceries, res. 119 N. East. 
Sym James, cupola tender, res. 222 S. Alabama. 
Symons Henry W., carpenter, res. 38 E. St. Clair. 



218 



INDIANAPOLIS 



DAILY AND WEEKLY 




PRiHTING HOUSE, 

Nos. K), 18 and 20 East Washington Street, 

IN^i:>IA]N^A.r»OLIS. 

BINGHAM & DOUGHTY, Propr's. 




Colored and 



ITIi 



Neatly executed. Possessing facilities un- 
surpassed by any establishment in the west, 
we are prepared to do all kinds of Book and 
Job Printing on the most liberal terms. 

Our assortment of Tj-pes and Printing 
"Materials is large and complete, with scveti 
Steam Power Presses, of the latest improve- 
ment. 

Particular attention given to the printing 
of Show Bills, Mammoth Posters, Railroad 
Work, &c. 



In connection with the above is the largest and most complete 

Book Bindery 

In the West. Blank Books, Railroad. Bank, 

COU]\T¥ WORK Ai\D RUL.Ii\G 

Will receive especial care. Periodicals, Magazines, &c., Bound in 
any style desired, at reasonable prices. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 219 



T 

Tiiff II., watcliman, bds. 194 N. New Jersey. 

Tagg H. B., blacksinitli, bds. 8-4 N. New Jersey. 

Taggart Samuel, machinist, res. 6-4 N. JVIississippi. 

TagLic Geo. G-., bds. 128 N. Alabama. 

Talbott C. II., res. (JG Tennessee. 

Talbott E. N., (Palmer & T.,) res. 90 N. Illinois. 

TALBOTT JAMP:S W., merchant tailor, 3 W. Washing- 
ton, res. 38 E. New York. 

TALBOTT JOHN M., postmaster, res. 66 N. Tennessee. 

TALBOTT JOHN T., directory publisher, bds. Palmer 
House. 

Talbott Richard C, family groceries and produce, 101 W. 
Washington. 

TALBOTT ""W. II. & CO., watches and jewelry, 24 E. 
Washington. 

Talbott Wasliington II., (W. II. T. & Co.,) res. S. W. cor. 
Ohio and Meridian. 

Talbott Wm., tinner, bds. 9 Ohio, cor. Meridian. 

Talbott W., engineer Jeffersonville Railroad, rds. 115 S. 
Alabama. 

Talkington Robert, brick layer, res. 141 N. Noble. 

Tallon John, machinist, res. 51 McCarty. 

Tamma Frank, carpenter, res. 184 S. Alabama. 

TANNER GORDEN, attorney at law and reporter Su- 
preme Court, office McOuat's Block, bds. Palmer 
House. 

Tanner John L., mattress maker, bds. 15 Indiana ave. 

Tanncy Martin, striker, res. 51 S. New Jersey. 

Tanzy Mrs. Nancy, res. 100 E. Market. 

Taonne Frederick, laborer, res. 238 Massachusetts ave. 

TAPKING & BECKER, merchant tailors, 63 E. Washing- 
ton. 

Tapking Frederick II., clothier, E. Washington, res. 113 E. 
New York. 

Tapking Frederick, (T. & Becker,) res. 113 E. New York. 

Tapking John, chair maker, res. 65 N. New Jersey. 

Turlton James A., salesman Phillii) Haynes, bds. 40 W. 
Washington. 

TARKINGTON JOHN S., (Newcomb & T.,) res. 35 E. 
Ohio. 

Tassling Leonard, works Washington Foundry, res. E. 
Washington. 

Tattersall Joseph, stone cutter, res. 51 N. East. 

Taylor Calvin, law student with N. B. Taylor, bds. 280 
Massachusetts ave. 



220 



INDIANAPOLIS 




OF HARTFORD, CONN. 



LXCORPORATED A. D. 1810.— CHARTER PERPETUAL. 



JDX PIEOTOI^S 



H. HUNTINGTON, 
ALBERT DAY, 
JAMES GOODWIN 



CHAS. BOSSWELL, JOB ALLYN, 

HENRY KENEY, JOHNP.BRACE, 

CALVIN DAY, CHAS. J. RUSS. 

T. C. ALLYN, Secretary, H. HUNTINGTON, Pres. 

C. C. LIMAN, Assist. Sec. WM. N. BOWERS, Actii ary. 

D. ALEXANDEE, Gen'l Agt. for Western and South-Western States, Columbus, 0. 
JOHN GRAHAM, Ass't Agt. for Western and South- Western States, Columbus, 0. 



OFFICE OF AUDITOR OF STATE, INDIANA, "i 

Indianapolis, February 13<A, 1860. J 
To THE Pkople of Indiaxa : 

The "Hartford Fire Insurance Company," having complied with tlie 
law of Indiana, by filing in this Office a statement of its condition on the 
first day of January, 18G0, and liaviug invited an examination of its af- 
fairs by tliis Department, I, John W. Dodd, Auditor of the State of Indi- 
ana, hereby certify that I have made a personal and thorough examina- 
tion of the books and assets of the Company, at their Office in the City 
of Hartford, Connecticut, and that the Company own and have in their 
possession in cash, and in securities convertible at pleasure, nearly One 
iMillion of Dollars, applicable to the payment of losses — an amount cor- 
responding with their official statement of January last. The Hartford 
Fire Insurance Company has been in existence for half a century. The 
high character of its officers for experience and probity — the promptness 
and fidelity with which it has met all it engagements — justly entitles it 
to the highest rank among the Insurance Companies of the countiy, and 
commends it to the patronage of the people of Indiana. 

JOHN W. DODD, Auditor of State. 



lusui'anee Policies in the Company issued by the under- 
signed upon as favorable terms as the nature of the risk 
will admit. 

LOCKE & BROTHER, 

Indianapolis, Incl. 



CITY niUECTORY. 221 



Taylor David M., bds. 57 Massachusetts ave. 

Taylor Isaac, carpenter, res. 170 S. Alabama. 

Taylor Israel, book-keeper, res. 57 Massachusetts ave. 

Taylor Mrs. Jane, seamstress, 82 Tennessee. 

Taylor Mrs. Louisa, res. 7 Pearl. 

TAYLOE N. B., attorney at law and notary public, 30^ W. 

AVashington, up stairs, res. 100 N. Alabama. 
Taylor Oliver, (col.,) bds. 107 W. Xorth. 
Taylor Mrs. liebccka, seamstress, res. 177 N. Noble. 
Taylor Eiley, res. 146 W. Market. 

Taylor Eobert A., brick mason, res. 280 Massachusetts ave. 
Taylor William H., tinner, bds. Mrs. Cook. 
Taylor William L.. American Express messenger Ind. Cen., 

bds. American House. 
TAYLOE, WEICillT & HADLEY, wholesale grocers, GG E. 

Washington. 
Tawhead T. E., student !<[. W. C. University, bds. E. Clark. 
Teal John, clerk in Iloosier Woolen P'^actory. lower end W. 

Washington. 
TEAL NATHANIEL, physician and surgeon, P.H^ AV. Wash- 
ington, res. N. Illinois, N. of City limits. 
Teamann Henry, blacksmith, res. Bluff Eoad, cor. McCarty. 
Teaster Ernest, shoemaker, res. 133 N. Eailroad. 
Teats Frederick, 246 W. Washington. 
Tebby Charles, res. 114 S. Noble! 
Teckenbrock Wm., machinist, res. 187 S. Alabama. 
Teder Henry, boot and shoemaker, res. 133 Eailroad. 
Teep Herman, striker, res. 271 Virginia ave. 
Tegardner George, blacksmith, res. 180 S. Tennessee. 
Teish John, cabinet maker Sloan & Ingersoll. 
Tclbutt p]lizabeth, sewer, bds. 83 N. Alabama. 
Telbert Charles, bds. Penn.sylvania House. 
Telli John, brakeman. bds. Union House. 
TELLE AMPE JOHN, carriage blacksmith, Pearl, rear of 

Postoffice. 
TEMPEEANCE HALL, 30^ W. Washington, u]) stairs. 
Teney Abraham, cooper, bds. cor. Market and Illinois. 
TBNEYCK J. & E. S., boots and shoes, 206 W. AVashing- 

ton. 
Teney ck John, shoemaker, res. 86 Indiana ave. 
Teneja-k John A., shoemaker, bds. California House. 
Teneyck Nelson, boots and shoes. 260 AV. Washington, bds. 

20 California. 
Teneyck Eichard F., shoemaker, res. 20 California. 
Tentscher Frederick, cabinet maker, bds. E. AVashington. 
Terhune Charles, painter, 308 S. Delaware. 
TEEEE HAUTE &EICHMOND Eailroad office and freight 

depot, Louisiana, bet. Tennessee and Mississippi. 



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INDIANAPOLIS 



THOMAS MARKHAM, 




Corner Pennsylvania and Maryland Streets. 



Horses Shod, and Job Work of all kinds done 
on short notice. 



DR. L. GUSTIlSr, 

Having permanently located in Indianapolis, would respectfully inform 
those suffering from acute or chronic Oplialmia generally, termed inflam- 
mation of the eye, Dimness of Sight, arising from ulceration of the eye, 
or its membranes, or injuries of any kind, either of short duration or 
many j'ears' standing, that he is prepared, in all cases, to give relief, and 
in most cases, to perfect a cure. 

All consultations strictly confidential. All Chronic Diseases altendeil to. 

Office on Second Floor of Kay's Building, opposite Union Depot. Resi- 
dence No. 132 South Alabama Street. 

MODEL SHOP AND 




No. 30i South Meridian St., over C. A. Elliott's Store, 
INDIANAPOLIS, INO. 

Inventors and othei'S wishing Models for the Patent Office, or for Ex- 
hibition, will find it to their interest to patronize us, as we are prepared 
to execute all work entrusted to us with neatness and despatch, and assist 
Inventors to perfect their inventions. All communications confidential, 
if desired. Address P.O. Box 859, Indianapolis. 

McLEAN & GUMMER. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 



223 



Terrell Mrs. Frances, 2 Gai*den. 

Terrj Mrs. Jane, 221 S. Pennsylvania, cor. Merrill. 

Tess John, cabinet maker, 8. Delaware. 

Testjoint John, laborer, bds. 306 S. Delaware. 

Tetcomb Daniel, street superintendent, 45 N. Illinois. 

Thalman Isaac, book-keeper Hoosier Woolen Factory, res. 
242 W. Washington. 

Thalman John, (Grein & T.,) res. 214 E. Washington. 

Tharp Caleb, res. 192 N. Illinois. 

Thatew Amos, laborer, res. 13 Georgia. 

Thayer Miss Anrellia A., res. 147 E. Market. 

Thayer Daniel, collecting agent, res. 147 E. Market. 

Thayer S., clerk G. E. VVest, bds. 145 E Market. 

Theines Peter, porter, 35 N. Noble. 

Theodore Thomas, brick mason, res. 125 N. East. 

THE INDIANA AMEEICAN, Semi- Weekly, T. A. Good- 
win, editor and proprietor, rear of Glenn's Block. 

THE WITNESS, M. G. Clark, editor and proprietor, office 
Odd Fellows' Hall. 

Thomas Benjamin, res. W. Market. 

Thomas Benjamin, (col.,) servant, 34 E. Michigan. 

Thomas E. J., American Express messenger L. & I. E. E., 
bds. Bates House. 

Thomas George, laborer, res. 61 N. Noble. 

THOMAS GEOEGE W., agent Grover & Baker's sewing 
machines, 46 W. Washington. 

Thomas John, manager Indianapolis Eolling Mill, res. 57 
W. South. 

Thomas Judge John H., bds. Pyle House. 

Thomas Lewis L., carpenter, res. 155 W. Vermont. 

THOMAS MES. M. J., milliner and dress maker, 46 W. 
Washington. 

Thompson Archibald, machinist, res. 157 S. Alabama. 

Thompson Daniel, mason, 19 Willard. 

Thompson Eli, res. 133 W. New York. 

Thomjison Gideon B., printer Sentinel Office, bds. 27 Indi- 
ana ave. 

Thompson Henry, cigar maker, bds. Farmers' Hotel. 

Thompson Hugh, bakery, 4 S. Meridian. 

Thompson James, baker, 4 S. Meridian. 

Thompson James, copyist, Co. clerk office, bds. Pyle House. 

Thompson Jim, conductor P. & I. E. E., bds. American 
House. 

THOMPSON MES. MAEY, accoucher, physician and sur- 
geon, res. 20 N. Illinois. 

THOMPSON MES. MAEY, groceries and dry goods, 66 E. 
South, res. same. 

THOMPSON MES. MAEY, news depot at Postoffice. 



224 



INDIANAPOLIS 




Trains leave Terre Haute for Indianapolis daily, (Sundays excepted,) 
making close connections at Indianapolis with Trains for 




BOSTON, BALTIMORE, WASHINGTON CITY, 

CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE, 

ClevelandjColiiiiiliiis, ladisoii &c. 

g@°="PassengerR will please procure Tickets before entering tlie Cars. 
Througli Tickets for all the Eastern Cities, &c., to be had at the Ticket 
Office. Freight Trains leave dail}', except Sunday. 



iiiiiif iiiiitiiiif i 



))s 



Quick time is made by Express Freight Trains from St, Louis to tlie 
East. Only one change between St. Louis and Pittsburg, Buffalo and 
Cleveland. Stock Shippers will find this the most Superior Route to 
tlie East. An}^ arrangements can be made with James Beebe, corner 
Second and Poplar streets- St. Louis, Mo., in Valentine & Co.'s Freight 
House. 

E. J. PECK, President and Superintendent, 

CHAS. WOOD, Secretary, JOHN SCOTT, Treasurer. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 225 



Thompson Milton, carpenter, res. 114 E. Michigan. 
Thompson Eichard, machinist I. & C. K. E., res. Oriental, 

bet National and Michigan Eoad. 
THOMPSON & WOODBUEN, physicians and surgeons, 

office 14 E. Market. 
Thompson William C, (T. & Woodburn,) res. 58 N. Illi- 
nois. 
Thompson William A. C, (Bartlett & Co.,) bds. Macy House. 
Thompson William G., finisher, res. Indiana ave. 
Thoms Fi'cderick, (Spiegel, T. & Co.,) res. Noble, bet. Ohio 

and New York. 
Thomson Hugh, machinist, bds. Michigan ave. 
Thorn J., butcher, Cincinnati ave., cor. New Jersey. 
Thornberry William, res. 134 N. Alabama. 
Thornley Orian, machinist, res. 129 E. McCarty. 
Thorpe John D., dejiuty Sheriff, office Court House, res. 39 

E. Market. 
Tickett John A., teamster, res. 178 N. East. 
Tiernney Martin, blacksmith B. E. E. Shop, res. S. New 

Jersey. 
Tilbcrry Mathew, teamster, res. 26 N. Delaware. 
TILFOED A. L., matress maker, 192 N. Mississippi. 
Tilford J. M., president Indiana Journal Co., res. 128 N. 

Tennessee. 
Tilford J. W., clerk Journal Office, bds. 192 N. Mississippi. 
Tilford Samuel E., res. 128 N. Tennessee. 
Tilly Gilbert, marble cutter, bds. 223 W. Washington. 
Tilly Herman, res. 188 S. Pennsylvania. 
Tilly Joseph, j^hj'sician, res. 128 S. Delaware. 
TILLY THEODOEE, soap manufacturer and dealer, res. 

215 S. Pennsylvania. 
TILLY WILLIAM, druggist, 81 E. Washington, res. 33 N. 

Alabama. 
Tilton George W., painter, res. N. Pennsylvania. 
Tilton Josiah S., painter, res. N. Pennsylvania. 
Timmerman Herman, laborer, res. 153 N. Eailroad. 
TINDELL EEV. GEOEGE P., pastor 2d Presbyterian 

Chvrch, res. 54 W. Vermont. 
Tiney Dennis, laborer, res. 95 S. Alabama. 
Tinker John, teamster, 31 McCarty. 
Tinsley Miss Lucy, music teacher, bds. 14 N. Meridian. 
Toben Mat, with John Maloney, bds. 18 S. Meridian. 
Tolan Eli, laborer, res. Wisconsin ave. 
TOMLINSON & COX, druggists, 18 E. Washijjgton. 
Tomlinson James M., bds. 107 N. W. cor. Meridian and St. 

Clair. 
Tomlinson Jesse D., carpenter, res. 157 N. Liberty. 
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Topp Frank, shoemaker, res. 91 Fort Wayne ave. 

Topp Mrs. Frederica, res. 70 E. St. Joseph. 

Toohey James F., dining-room clerk Bates House. 

Tool John, laborer, bds. E. Washington. 

Tool Martin, blacksmith, res. 177 S. East. 

Torman John, carpenter, res. 248 Indiana ave. 

TOUSEY & BYRAM, dry goods, 70 E. Washington. 

TOUSEY GEORGE, president Branch of the Bank of the 
State of Indiana, N. E. cor. Meridian and Washington, 
res. 31 N. Delaware. 

Tousey Homer, clerk, res. 110 N. New Jersey. 

Tousey Jacob, porter Tousey & Byram. 

Tousey Oliver, (T. & Byram,) res. 12 W. New I'ork. 

Tousey Zalnion, clerk Tousey & Byram, res. 90 N. Alabama. 

Tousley Joseph II., bds. 183 E. Market. 

Tout Henry, brick mason, res. 91 Indiana ave. 

Township Library, Court House. 

Tracy Mrs. Kate, I-t Garden. 

TRAYESER GEORGE, plana forte manufacturer, cor. 
Washington and Alabama, res. 119 E. Washington. 

Trask George K., stump puller, res. 117 N. Meridian. 

Traub Conrad, laborer, res. 117 Fort Wayne ave. 

Traut Israel, painter, res. 214 N. Alabama. 

TRAUTMANJSr & CO., groceries and provisions, cor. East 
and iSTorth. 

Trautmann Jacob, (T. & Co.,) res. 121 N. East. 

Treisey Jacob, laborer, res. 15 Georgia. 

TREMONT HOUSE, J. Rinkle, proprietor, cor. Illinois 
and Louisiana. 

Trester John, expressman, res. 114 N. Mississippi. 

Tretar John, white washer, res. E. St. Clair. 

Trimble Joseph P., newspaper agent, bds. 33 W. Washing- 
ton. 

Trimm Thomas, breakman I. & C. R. R., bds. 51 E. Louisi- 
ana. 

Trindall Samuel, baggageman T. & R. R. R., bds. Palmer 
House. 

Tripp Charles, runner Farmers' Hotel. 

Troop James, currier Mooneys & Co., bds. Indiana House. 

Trott John, baker Phillip Haynes, 40 W. Washington. 

Ti'otter John, laborer, res. 170 N. Liberty. 

Truksegs John, blacksmith, 62 Kentucky ave. 

Trump Jacob, brick mason, res. 59 E. St. Joseph. 

Truschaun Frederick, stone mason, res. 146 S. New Jersey. 

TuU Thomas, res. 119 S. New Jersey. 

TuU Martin, res. 177 East. 

Tuller George W., student Bryant's Commercial College. 

Tully William, proprietor Tully House, 79 S. Illinois. 



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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 

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229 



Tumar Henr3^ cari3enter, res. 65 N. Noble. 

Turner Augustus, (col,,) barber, res. 67 W. Georgia. 

Turner Barton, (col.,) res. 126 W. Ohio. 

TURNEES' H2VLL, cor. Kentucky ave. and Tennessee. 

Turner Hiram, carriage painter, bds. 27 E. Market. 

Turner James, (col.,) rear 107 W. North. 

Turner James, brick mason, res. 121 S. Alabama. 

Turner William, brick mason, res. 65 Merrill. 

TUENER WILLIAM H., produce and commission mer- 
chant, and agent for Maney's reapers and mowers, 74 
W. Washington, res. 18 N. New Jersey. 

Turquin Martin, 138 E. New York. 

Turtin Nathaniel, currier J. Fishback. 

Tutewiler Charles, tinner, bds. 65 Massachusetts ave. 

Tutcwiler Henry, plasterer, res. 65 Massachusetts ave. 

Tutewiler John W., clerk A. B. Willard & Co., bds. 65 
Massachusetts ave. 

TUTTLE B. F., wholesale grocer, 27 W. Washington, and 
retail 3-4 N. Illinois, res. 16 W. Michigan. 

Tuttle Dennis, 7 Madison ave. 

Tuttle G. P., clerk B. F. Tuttle, res. New York, bet. Cali- 
fornia and Blackford. 

Tuttle Henry, student Bryant's Commercial College, 154 N. 
Delaware. 

Tuttle Henry, book agent, bds. Tully House. 

Tuttle Orin, teamster, bds. cor. Vine and Huron. 

Tweed Mrs. Carrie M., res. N. of State House. 

Tyer George, freight conductor I. & C. E. E., res. 77 S. New 
Jersey. 

Tyler Charles, shoemaker, bds. 311 Virginia ave, 

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Uhl Peter, cigar maker C. M. Easchig, bds. Tremont House. 
Uhlendorlf George, bar tender Little House saloon. 
Uraphrey Miss Mary, milliner, bds. 39 N. Pennsylvania. 
Underbill Frank, at flour mill, res. 43 E. Michigan. 
UNION DEPOT, Louisiana, bet. Illinois and Meridian. 
UNION HALL, (German,) 111 E. Washington. 
UNITED STATES EXPEESS CO., office S. E. cor. Me- 
ridian and Washington, agent H. W. Daniels. 
Unversall Andrew, butcher, res. 272 S. Delaware. 
Unversall John, butcher, res. 112 Virginia ave. 
Uphaus Henry, boot and shoe maker, res. 188 S. Delaware. 
UPFOLD EIGHT EEV. GEOEGE, res. 51 N. Tennessee. 
Uttinger Jacob, laborer, res. 215 N. New Jersey. 



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JOHN F. MERRILL, M. D., 

156 ^V^^. Washington Sti-eet. 

Dr. Merrill devotes his time exclusively to the treatment of Chronic 
Diseases, Scrofula, Rheumatism, Diseases peculiar to Females, Affections 
of the Liver, Secret Diseases, Fistula, Self Abuse, Female Obstructions, 
from whatever cause produced; Fits, Enlargement of Spleen, Scald Head, 
&c. — Diseases examined by Uriscopia, or Chemical Examination of the 
Urine, if desired. Remedial Agents wholly Eclectic. Office accessible 
day or night. No boys around. 

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YAILE H. M., attorney at law, 21 E. Washington. 

Vaile William, res. 176 S. Alabama. 

Vailc William P., student, bds. 102 N. Alabama. 

Vajen Charles D., clerk J. H. Vajen. 

VAJEN JOHN H., hardware and cutlery, 21 W. Wash- 
ington, res. 94 S. Illinois. 

Yaland William, laborer, Bluff road. 

Vanbergen William, bds. 132 N. Tennessee. 

Van Blaricum J. M., (Jones & Van B.,) res. 177 W. Wash- 
ington. 

Vance L. M., res. E. Washington. 

Vance Thomas P., conductor I. P. & C. E. E., res. 53 N. 
Liberty. 

Vandcgrift Benjamin, printer Journal office, res. 85 N. Mis- 
sissippi. 

Vandegrift Benton C, student Brj'ant's Commercial Col- 
lege, bds. 33 Kentucky ave. 

Vandegrift Henry, mail agent Jeffersonvillo Eailroad, res. 
33 Kentucky ave. 

Vandegrift Jacob, (Kregelo, Blake & Co.,) res. 43 W. 
Michigan. 

Vandegrift Millard, printer, bds. 85 N. Mississippi. 

Vandergrift John, trunk maker Jas. Sulgrove. 

Vane Christian, res. 270 S. Delaware. 

Vanlaningham Lemuel, deputy county treasurer, res. 65 jN^. 
Alabama. 

Vanlaningham Miss M., res. 198 N. !N"ew Jersey. 

Vanneys Hczekiah, carpenter and builder, res. 192 E. Wash- 
ington, up stairs. 

Vasner Martin, shoemaker, bds. 35 South. 

Vater Mrs. E. P., res. 41 Walnut. 

Vater M., employee M. & I. E. E., bds. Eay House. 

Vater Thomas J., brick mason, res. 45 Walnut. 

Vaughan Jacob N., carpenter, res. 83 W. Maryland. 

Vawter M., engineer, bds. 233 S. Delaware. 

Vawter M., watchman Madison Depot, bds. Eay House. 

Vayer William, res. 176 S. Alabama. 

Veach J. V., res. 196 N. New Jersey. 

Veach Nelson, carpenter, res. 132 E. St. Clair. 

Veermann Christian, boot and shoe maker, bds. 174 E. 
Washington. 

Vestell Abraliam, (col.,) wood sawyer, res. 100 W. Michi- 
gan. 

Vester Jonathan, (col.,) barber, 81-^ E. Washington. 

VICKEES WM. B., printer Sentinel office, res': 105 S. New 
Jersey. 



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233 



Yicra Harvey, (col.,) res. 138 W. Ohio. 

Victor Catherine, washerwoman, res. 89 N. Alabama. 

Vieweg August, tailor, 101 E. Washington, upstairs. 

Viiant Christopher, 20 Union. 

Vincent Henry B., laborer, res. 188 E. North. 

Vincent William H., carpenter, res. 91 E. Davidson. 

VINNEDGE & JONES, boots, shoes, hats and caps, 17 W. 
Washington. 

Vinnedge J. A., (V. & Jones,) res. 85 S. Tennessee. 

Vinnedge Joseph D., clerk Vinnedge k Jones, bds. 85 S. 
Tennessee. 

Vinton Ahnus E., (Hasselnian & V.,) res. 30 N. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

VOEGTLB JACOB, stoves and tinware, 177 E. Washing- 
ton, res. Ill B. New York. 

Voight Frederick, driver F. Bolman, bds. 91 E. Washing- 
ton. 

Voight Henry, clerk Murphy & Holliday, res. 113 W. Mich- 
igan. 

VOLMER CHARLES, wholesale wines and liquors, 113 E. 
AVashington, res. 144 W. Maryland. 

VONNEGUT CLEMENS, hardware, hides and leather, 142 
E. Washington. 

Voorhees Mrs. A. L., res. 97 N. Illinois. 

Voorhees Mrs. Jane, res. 157 Massachusetts ave. 

Voorhees Mrs. Mary, res. 82 N. Illinois. 

VOORHEES PLATT, foreman Bates House meat shop, res. 
82 N. Illinois. 

Voorhees William A., blacksmith, res. 157 Massachusetts 
ave. 

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WachtstcUer John, cook Blind Asylum, res. 207 N. Ala- 
bama. 

Wade Robert, tailor, bds. Macy House. 

Waddell John, clerk New York Store. 

Waggoner John B., cigar maker, bds. A. Walk, Georgia. 

Waggoner John, laborer, bds. Blackford. 

Wagner Martin, shoemaker, bds. 35 South, 

Wagner Mi's. M. J., teacher of drawing in Indianapolis Fe- 
male Institute, bds. 34 E. Michigan. 

Wainwright Samuel, tinner, 5 E. New York. 

Wakefield Mrs. Delila, bds. cor Ohio and Tennessee. 

Walch William, laborer, 71 Madison ave. 

Walden William, (col.,) white-washer, res. 131 N. West. 

AVALDO ELIJAH G. B., real estate, S. Illinois, res. Indi- 
ana ave. 



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E. T. SINKER, 



DEALER IN COAL OIL 







With Paragon Burners, 

i>eing the best in use, not liable to get out of or- 
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suj^eriority of our Lamps. 



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INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 



235 



Walesinski S., saloon, 27 N. Alabama, bds. cor. Alabama and 
Market. 

Walk Anthony, shoemaker, 148 E. Market, res. same. 

Walk Julius, watchmaker, 17 N. Illinois, bds. 16 Georgia. 

Walk Louis, shoemaker, res. 16 W. Georgia. 

Walker Charles M., bds. S. E. cor. New York and Me- 
ridian. 

Walker H. A., track master Union R. R., res. 63 W. Louisi- 
ana, 

Walker Jacob S., (W. & King,) res. 169 N. Illinois. 

WALKER & KIXG, lumber dealers, cor. New York and 
Tennessee. 

Walker T. R., salesman G. E. West, bds. American House. 

Walker Wiley E., carpenter, res. 188 Indiana ave. 

Walkup Andrew J., conductor, bds. American House. 

Wail Thomas, carpenter, res. 118 N. Alabama. 

Wall Thomas, laborer, res. E. Bates. 

Wallace Alexander G., County Recorder, office Court House, 
res. 86 E. Market. 

WALLACE ANDREW, wholesale grocer and commission 
merchant, cor. Virginia ave. and S. Delaware, res. 34: 
N. Delaware. 

Wallace Mrs. Beulch, 79 Massachusetts ave. 

Wallace Edward T., turner, bds. 7U E. Washington. 

Wallace George G., (W. R. Eoster & Co.,) bds. 34 N. Dela- 
ware. 

WALLACE & HARRISON, attorneys at law and notaries 
public, 30h W. Washington, up stairs. 

WALLACE JAMES, cop^nst and canvasser, res. 176 N. 
New Jersey. 

Wallace James A., res. 18 N. Delaware. 

Wallace John, bhacksmith, res. 65 N. New Jersey. 

Wallace Samuel, brick mason, res. 176 N. New jersey. 

Wallace AVilliam, laborer, res. E. Georgia. 

Wallace William, (W. & Harrison,) res. 121 N. Delaware. 

WALLACE WILLIAM, deputy recorder, office Court 
House, res. 59 N. East. 

Wallace William J., County Sheriff, office at jail, res. 18 N. 
Alabama. 

Wallace W. P., 34 N. Delaware. 

Wallace Mrs. Zerelda G., res. 139 N. New Jersey. 

Wallach John, head salesman Moses Meyer, bds. 135 S. Ala- 
bama. 
WALLACH JACOB L., notary public, office 85 E. Wash- 
ington, res. 18 N. Delaware. 
Wallach Samuel, trader, res. 135 S. Alabama. 
Waller Brenhard, boot and shoemaker, res. 124 N. Missis- 
sif)pi. 



236 INDIANAPOLIS 



Wallick John F., manager W. U. Telegraph, office N. Me- 
ridian, bds. Bates House. 

WALLINGFORD E. & CO., dealers in new and second-hand 
furniture, 61 B. ^Vashington. 

Wallingford E., (E. W. & Co.,) res. 100 N. East. 

Wallvvork James, cashier Glenn's Block, bds. Macy House. 

WALPOLE ROBERT L., attorney at law, Johnson's Build- 
ing, res. 8 Virginia ave. 

Walsman Fred., saloon keeper and billiards, 55 S. Illinois. 

Walson Charle}', laborer, bds 20 N. Pennsylvania. 

Walton William, at Rolling Mill, 13 Willard. 

Walz Francis, laborer, bds. 20 N. Pennsylvania. 

Wanderson James W., messenger American Express Co., 
res. 96 N. East. 

WANDS ALEXANDER, boot and shoemaker, 12 S. Meri- 
dian, res. 131 N. Pennsylvania. 

WANDS JOHN & SON, boot and shoemakers, 65 E. Wash- 
ington. 

Wands John, (J. W. & Son,) res. cor. McCarty and Greer. 

Wands John, jr., (J. W. & Son,) res. cor. McCarty and 
Greer. 

Wanger William, painter, res. 247 N. New Jersey. 

Ward A. C, bds. 186 N. Pennsylvania. 

WARD D. L., clerk American House. 

Ward Ephriam G., salesman J. W. Talbott, res. Ohio, bet. 
Illinois and Tennessee. 

Ward Gabriel, bds. 262 Indiana ave. 

Ward Homer, conductor Bellefontaine R. R., Bates bds. 
House. 

Ward John A., res. 17 Harris. 

Ward Mrs. Lucinda, res. 262 Indiana ave. 

Warden Jerry, laborer, 38 S. Illinois. 

Ware James, carver, res. 169 S. Delaware. 

Ware Richard, night police, bds. National Hotel. 

Ware Robert, railroader, res. South, bet. Tennessee and 
Mississippi. 

Ware William, cooper, res. 57 W. Georgia. 

Warner Charles, res. 60 S. Louisiana. 

Warner Charles, shoemaker, res. rear 48 Massachusetts ave. 

Wai'ner Charles G., printer, 100 W. Vermont. 

Warner George, laborer, res. Madison ave. 

Warner John, breakman, bds. Union House. 

Warnock John, laborer, res. 54 S. Noble. 

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

Warren George S., clerk, bds. Mrs. Kinder. 

Warrick Henry, laborer, res. 23 E. Harrison. 

Wartmann G., laborer, res. 238 S. Delaware. 

Wash Mrs. Martha, 9 Massachusetts ave. 



CITY DIRECTORY, 237 



WASHINGTON FOUNDEY, Hasselnum & Vinton, pro- 
prietors, near Union Depot. 

Washington House, John Muttler, projirietor, 83 S. Me- 
ridian. 

Washington William T., res. 50 Virginia ave. 

Wasmuth Louis, tailor, bds. Kentucky ave., bet. Washing- 
ton and Tennessee. 

Watchtstetter Christian, boot and shoe maker, bds. 138 W. 
Washington. 

Waters Charles E., printer Atlas office, res. G4, N. of Ohio, 
in alley. 

WATEES JOHN C, city clerk, office Odd Fellows' Hall, 
res. 110 E. Market. 

Waters Mrs. Sabel, res. 12 S. East. 

Watgen Herman, clerk Eobt. Browning, bds. 102 N. Illi- 
nois. 

Watson Charley, hostler Wood & Foudray, bds. Mrs. Fer- 
guson. 

Watson Jehu M., machinist, res. 249 S. Delaware. 

Watson Josejjh S., printer, res. 129 W. Maryland. 

Watson Samuel W., book-keeper Harrison's Bank, res. 12 
W. North. 

Waugh Eichard C, bds. 105 N. Tennessee. 

WAUGH WM., printer Sentinel office, bds. Little's Hotel. 

Way Truman M., railroader, res. 70 S. East. 

Waymouth Amos, blacksmith, res. 137 E. McCarty. 

Weakley Patrick, at rolling mill, bds. 184 S. Tennessee. 

Weakley Jonah A., turner, res. 97 W. New York. 

Weakley W. J., clerk A. D. Atwood, res. 97 W. New York. 

Wealzer William, (J. Ott & Co.,) 117 W. Washington. 

Weasy Charles, machinist, res. 145 E. Ohio. 

Weaver E. A., harness maker Sulgrove & Eeynolds, res. 172 
S. Alabama. 

Weaver Eev. Elisha C, (col.,) M. E. Church, bds. 160 W. 
Georgia. 

Weaver Frederick, laborer, res. 173 N. Eailroad. 

Weaver James P., book binder Sheets & Braden, bds. 147 
N. Illinois. 

WEAVEE & WILLIAMS, undertakers, 72 W. Washing- 
ton. 

Weaver William W., (Weaver & Williams,) res. 147 N. Illi- 
nois. 

Webb Miss Hannah A., dress maker and milliner, bds. 18 
N. Illinois. 

Webb Joseph, carpenter, bds. E. Knight. 

Weber Adam, laborer, res. 180 S. Delaware. 

Webster Geo. C, clerk W. Daggett, res. 22 S. Meridian. 

Webster George, machinist, bds. W. Market. 



238 INDIANAPOLIS 



Webster Joseph II., drayman, res. Strawberry Alley, cor. 
Broadway. 

Wechler Judas, res. 46 S. East. 

Wedman Frank, laborer, res. 266 S. Delaware. 

Weekloy Mrs. Mary, res. 67 N. New Jersey. 

Weeks Charles H., printer John Fahnestock, bds. Little's 
Hotel. 

WEEKS & COX, photographic artists, College Hall, E. 
Washington, cor. Pennsylvania. 

Weeks Richard, laborer, res. 15 S. Alabama. 

Weeks W. II., (W. & Cox,) bds. Mrs. Kinder. 

Weeler Walter, foreman, 114 S. JSTew Jersey. 

Wehler Lukas, boot and shoe maker, res. 179 E. Washing- 
ton. 

Wehling Charles, wagon maker, New Jersey, near Cumber- 
land. 

Wehn Christian, tanner, res. 270 S. Delaware. 

Weibel J. Edward, barber, Bates House shaving saloon. 

Weiber Adam, res. S. Alabama. 

Weikert John, clerk, res. 118 JST. Alabama. 

Weiland William, 69 Bluff road. 

Weilleman Jacob, laborer, res. East. 

Weils Samuel, res. 7 Chatham. 

Weinberger Herman, confectioner, res. 60 S. Meridian. 

WEINBERGER JOHN C, baker, 10 W.Louisiana, res. 60 
S. Meridian. 

WEIR J. W. & BRO., marble dealers, 13 Virginia ave. 

Weise John, harness maker, Georgia, bet. Illinois and Me- 
ridian. 

Welch Patrick, bell boy Bates House. 

Welch Thomas, boiler maker, res. Sinker. 

Weller Levi, railroad conductor, bds. 20 W. Michigan. 

Wells Alexander, res. W. Market. 

Wells Edmund, shoemaker, bds. Ill S. New Jersey. 

Wells George, carpenter and joiner, res. 118 N. Mississippi. 

Wells G. A., dentist, 19 E. Washington, res. 88 Virginia ave. 

Wells John, carpenter, res. Michigan ave. 

Wells William F., saw mdl, Massachusetts ave., near limits, 
res. 85 E. New York. 

Wenderath Julius, book-keeper, bds. 16 W. Georgia. 

Wenger Michael, grocer, 20 N. Noble, res. same. 

Wenner W. J., varnisher, res. McCarty. 

Wentz C. A., res. 144 W. Washington. 

Wentz W. W., res. 6 Alvord's Block, S. Pennsylvania. 

Werbe Charles, clerk, bds. 16 W. Georgia. 

Werbe C. G., clerk post office. 

Werbe L. F., grocer and produce dealer, 185 W. Washing- 
ton, res. same. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 239 



WEEDEN E. & CO., books and stationery, wallpaper, &c., 

26 E. Washington. 
Werden E., (E. W^ & Co.,) bds. American House. 
Werdeham Joseph, hair phiter, res. W. Washington. 
Wermer Jacob, varnisher, res. 40 N. Ahibama. 
Wernell Charles, blacksmith, bds. 85 E. Market. 
WEET JOSEPH, boots and shoes, 6 S. Pennsylvania, res. 

G3 N. Alabama. 
Werther Wm., (Boecher & W.,) res. Market, bet. Noble and 

Davidson. 
Weslink Conrad, drayman, res. 158 E. Michigan. 
Wesmaer Anthony, laborer, res. 148 E. Ohio. 
West George, boots and shoes, 43 E. Washington, res. 60]SI. 

Meridian 
West George H., clerk, res. 49 W Michigan. 
West John, huckster, res. 170 JST. Delaware. 
West i^athaniel, (W. & Wilson,) bds. 86 N. Meridian. 
WEST & WILSON, real estate agents, .Etna Buildings, 14 

N. Pennsylvania. 
WESTEEN COMMEECIAL NUESEEY, Fletcher, Wil- 
liams & Loomis, proprietors, 14 S. Pennsylvania. 
WESTEEN UNION TELEGEAPH CO., 1 N. Meridian. 
Westover Jonathan M., moulder, 123 E. McCarty. 
Wexler David, laborer, res. 89 S. East. 
Weyer James, res. 169 S. Delaware. 
Wheatley John, (Fisher ct W.,) bds. 39 S. Delaware. 
Wheatley John W., student, bds. 33 N. East. 
Wheatley Wra. M., (McCord & W.,) res. 24 N. West. 
Wheeler Ephraim, (col.,) res. 107 W. North. 
Whipple Charles W., machinist, res. 105 E. Vermont. 
Whistler Geo., cigar maker, bds. Farmers' Hotel. 
Whitaker Annis, bds. 59 Union. 
Whitaker James, cai'penter, bds. 59 Union. 
Whitaker Jesse, bds. 59 Union. 
Whitaker Francis, bds. 59 Union. 
Whilcomb J., freight agent Jeftersonville E. E., bds. 41 S. 

Meridian. 
White Alexander, cigar manufacturer, res. 22 S.Mississippi. 
White Anderson, 147 N. Tennessee. 
White James, (col.,) res. Harris. 
White Jeremiah, (col.,) res. Elizabeth. 
White Jesse, (col.,) res. 160 W. Georgia. 
White John S., clerk James Hart & Co., bds. 113 East. 
White Paul, laborer, res. 188 E. North. 
WHITE EIVEE VALLEY INSUEANCE CO., Eay's 

Building, W. Washington. 
White Stephen, (col.,) hod carrier, res. 96 alley E. of N. 
West. 



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Wbitesell Henr}^ bds. 57 E. New York. 
Whitehouse W. C., carpenter, bds. 141 W. Market. 
Whiting R., American Express Indianapolis and St. Louis, 

bds. Bates House. 
Whiteridge Samuel, house and sign painter, bds. 181 IST. 

New Jersey. 
WHITEEIDGE WILLIAM, house and sign painter, 82 E. 

Washington, res. 181 N. New Jersey. 
Whitsitt Courtland E., brick mason, bds. 244 Virginia ave. 
Whitsitt Jesse, res. 244 Virginia ave. 

Whitten Rev. Elijah, minister M. E. Church, res. N. Penn- 
sylvania, bet. Second and Third. 
Whitten James, res. 246 N. Pennsylvania. 
Whittenburg Charles, salesman New York Store. 
WICK WILLIAM W , attorney at law, office 4 Judah's 

Block, res. 58 N. East. 
Wichmann Christ, at Rolling Mill, res. 91 E. Washington. 
Wickert John, clerk, res. 118 N. Alabama. 
Wies John, mason, bds. 152 N. New Jersey. 
Wiegmann Christ, baker Cincinnati bakery, bds. 91 E. 

Washington. 
Wigcar William, cabinet maker, res. 124 S. Mississippi. 
WIGGIM LYTLE, (W. & Morrow,) American House. 
Wiggim R. D., steward American House. 
WIGGINS & CHANDLER, agricultural works, 2G2 W. 

Washington, near Canal basin. 
Wiggins Charles P., (W. & Chandler,) bds. Macy House. 
Wiggins Henry, machinist Wiggins & Chandler, bds. Macy 

HoHse. 
Wikest John, clerk J. H. Vajen, res. New Jersey. 
Wilcox John D., carmaker, 4 N. West. 
Wilcox John, collar maker Sulgrove & Reynolds. 
WILDE J. O., dealer in furniture, 71 S. Illinois, res. same. 
Wiles Mrs. N. B., res. 50 S. Meridian. 
Wiles Samuel G., 7 Chatham. 
WILEY'S REAL ESTATE AGENCY, lOi E. Washington, 

over Adams Express Co. 
WILEY WILLIAM Y., real estate agent, stock broker, 
commissioner of deeds, &c., 10^ E. Washington, res. 32 
E. New York. 
Wilhelm Christopher, railroader, res. 156 S. Alabama. 
Wilhelm Charles, carmaker, res. Railroad. 
Wilkerson D. S., res. 149 N. East. 
Wilking Andrew, boot and shoemaker, res. 37 Noble. 
Wilkins Henry, shoemaker, res. 39 N. Spring. 
Wilkins John, res. 34 E. Market. 
Wilkins John A., grocer, :i2 E. Market. 
Wilkins W. C, bds. Macy House. 



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Wilkinson Daniel S., butcher, res. 149 JST. East. 
Wilkinson William B., laborer, res. 138 E. Ohio. 
WILLKISOX WM , livery and sale stable, 10 Pearl, res. 

119 S. Alabama. 
Will John F., currier, 46 E. Ohio. 
WILLARD ASHBEL P., Governor of the State of Indiana, 

office State House, res. cor. Market and Illinois. 
WILLARD A. B. & CO., dry goods and fancy goods, 8 E. 

Washington. 
Willard A. B., (A. B. W. & Co.,) res. G6 E. New York. 
Willard A. G., (A. B. W. & Co.,) res. 103 N. Alabama. 
Willard Charles, laborer, Union. 
WILLARD & STOWELL, music and musical instruments, 

4 Bates House. 
Willets Jacob S., dairyman, res. Massachusetts ave. 
WiUet Wm., clerk A. Wallace, bds. 48 E. Maryland. 
Willgast Daniel, teamster, 166 S. Illinois. 
Williams Aiigustus, laborer, 15 McCarty. 
Williams Charles, (Weaver & W.,) res. 20 W. Michigan. 
WILLIAMS C. H., agent Wheeler & Wilson's sewing ma- 
chines, 19 W. Washington, res. 98 West. 
Williams Daniel G., clerk Elias AVerden & Co., bds. 34 E. 

Michigan. 
WILLIAMS DAVID, agent for McCormick's reaper, 70 E.. 

Washington, res. 82 N. ISTew Jersey. 
Williams Mrs. Ellen, (col.,) bds. 78 Missouri. 
Williams Miss E. A., principal Indiana Female Institute, 34 

E. Michigan. 
Williams Creorge W., dentist, 23 Indiana ave., r-es. same. 
Williams Rev. Gibbon, D. D., superintendent Female Insti- 
tute, res. 34 E. Michigan. 
Williams George, with J. W. Harris, Farmers' and Drovers' 

Hotel. 
Williams Hubbard, painter, cor. Noble and Huron. 
Williams Jacob T., bookbinder, res. 46 California. 
Williams John, laborer, res. S. Missouri, near Rolling Mill. 
Williams Martin, (Fletcher, W. & Loomis,) res. Michigan 

Road, 31 miles North. 
Williams Owen, general business agent, res. 134 N. Illinois. 
Williams Samuel, (col.,) res. 129 N. West. 
Williams Mrs. Susan, boarding, res, 125 E. New York. 
Williams William, brick mason, 182 S. Tennessee. 
Williams William, tailor, res. Stephen, near Virginia ave. 
Williamson Mrs. Catherine, bds. 75 W. Vermont. 
WILLIAMSON & HAUGH, iron railing manufticturers, 2 

N. Delaware. 
Williamson Levi B., (W. & Haugh,) res. 118 E. Vermont. 
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WILLIAMSON & LEE, editors and publishers Herald and 
Era, Locomotive Building, Lst door. 

Williamson Marshall, lumber merchant, res. 117 E. Market. 

Willis Clark, plasterer, res. 50 N. East. 

Willis John, brick liiyar, res. 142 E. Walnut. 

Wilman Ilenrj^, cooper, bds. 91 Union. 

Wilmington Levi, at peg and last factory, bds. 14 N. Me- 
ridian. 

AVilmot Iloi-ace Q., book binder, bds. 115 N. Pennsylvania. 

WILMOT SAMUEL, hats, caps and furs, 8 W. Washing- 
ton, res. 115 N. Pennsylvania. 

Wilmot Theodore, salesman Samuel Wilmot. 

Wilson A. A., foreman pressroom Indianapolis Journal Co., 
bds. 85 S. Pennsylvania. 

Wilson Charles (r., carriage painter, res. 174 S. Mississippi. 

Wilson Colman J., telegraph operator, 1 K. Meridian, res. 
15 S. Illinois. 

Wilson David, res. 55 S. Pennsj'lvania. 

Wilson Edward, res. 170 W. Market. 

WILSOX MRS. ELIZA, millinery and dress making, 18 
N. Illinois, res. same. 

Wilson George W., Adams' Express messenger, bds. Palmer 
House. 

Wilson Harmon E., marble dealer, res. 45 N. Noble. 

Wilson James E., carpenter, res. 50 Indiana ave. 

Wilson wid. James, res. 15 S. Illinois. 

Wilson Jeremiah, teamster, res. 230 N. New Jersey. 

Wilson John S., blacksmith, res. S. side National road. 

Wilson John F., brick mason and plasterer, res. 115 Mc- 
Carty. 

AVilson John, pump maker, res. 95 E. Market. 

Wilson John E., laborer, i-es. 128 W. Georgia. 

Wilson John M., baker, bds. 4 S. Meridian. 

Wilson John, laborer, res. 174 N. East. 

WILSON JOSEPH B., hardware and cutlery, 4 W. Wash- 
ington, res. 266 N. Illinois. 

Wilson Lamdon, (col.,) barber, bds. Macy House. 

Wilson L. D., bds. ^Y. end North. 

Wilson Oliver M., attorney at law and notary public, cor. 
Washington and 3Ieridian, bds. 63 W. Maryland. 

Wilson Patrick, watchman M. & I. R. R., bds. Kay House. 

Wilson Richard, book-keeper, res. 19 S. Illinois. 

Wilson Sandford B., res. S. side National road. 

Wilson Thomas, showman, bds. 212 W. Washington. 

Wilson Thomas, last maker, bds. 114 S. New Jersey. 

Wilson Thomas, res. 266 N. Illinois. 

Wilson William, watchman Madison R. R.,bds. Ray House. 

Wilson William, bds. Mrs. Dana, W. Market. 



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JOHN M^TH^W^EG, 

MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN 



LADIES AISTD GENTLEMEN'S BOOTS AND SHOES 
MADE TO ORDER ON SHORT NOTICE. 

NO. 19 NORTH ILLINOIS STREET, INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 

O^JtiD I J>^G^, 

BY MRS. JULSA COOIC, 

No. 44 North Pennsylvania Street, 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 



Persons desiring to Board by tlie day or week will find this a very 
pleasant and desirable place, with the best accommodations. 

E. G. HOLLADAY, 

itnrnni at Km, 

mim mm m fiE\Ei!\L urn agext, 

OFFICE ^ITNA BUILDINQ, EES. 17 W. GEOEGIA, 
IIVDIAIVAPOLIJ^, i:%B, 




Agent for Benton's Bran Duster. 



THOMAS GOTT. 



■WM. E. FEATHERSTON. 



GOTT & FEATHERSTON, 

^CITY AUCTIONEERS, 

COMMISSION AND STORAGE MERCHANTS, 

NO. 48 EAST WASHINGTON STREET, INDlANArOLIS, INDIANA. 
CASH ADVANCED ON CONSIGNMENTS. 




CITY DIRECTORY. 245 



Wilson Eev. William, pastor Eobert's Chapel, res. 35 N. 
Pennsylvania. 

Winchell Mrs. Elizabeth, tailoress, res. 36 N. Noble. 

Winchell John J., blacksmith, res. 30 N. Noble. 

Wingate Ferdinand, res. 151 Virginia ave. 

Wingate W. L., clerk Andrew May, res. 31 East. 

Wingate William L., res. 91 Virginia ave. 

Winslow J., (col.,) teamster, res. 146 W. North. 

Winsor Samuel, machinist, bds. 99 E. Bates. 

Winter Anthony, laborer, res. corporation line, bet. Ala- 
bama and New Jersey. 

Winter D. E., house painter, 9 Virginia ave., res. 20 N. 
Pennsylvania. 

Winthrope John, res. 109 W. Washington. 

Wise Adam S., (Youngerman & W.,) res. 83 E. Washington. 

AV^ise Henry, laborer, res. 103 N. Eailroad. 

Wise John, saddler Hinesley & Hereth, res. 16 Georgia. 

Wise William, dealer in ale, res. 46, cor. Tennessee and 
Walnut. 

Wisenthal Hermon, dealer in rags, &c., res. 173 E. Wash- 
ington. 

Wishmier Christian, saw mill, res. 189 N. Davidson. 

Wishmier Heniy, shoemaker, res. 51 S. Illinois. 

Wiseman Mrs. B. A., res. 83 N. Pennsylvania. 

Wiseman Mrs. Margaret, res. 243 W. Washington. 

Wiseman Simon, teamster, 245 W. Washington. 

Wiss George, tailor, bds. Union Hotel. 

Wissert John, baker, res. 25 N. Alabama. 

WISSERT MRS. S. S., cap and dress maker, 25. N. Ala- 
bama. 

Wittenberg Charles, clerk New York Store, res. Ill E. Ohio. 

Witthoft Henry, (Myers & W.,) res. 171 E. Washington. 

Woerner Phillip, grocer and baker, 78 W. Washington. 

Wolf AY. S., student N. W. C. University, bds. D. S. Wilker- 
son. 

WOLF JACOB, saloon and oysters, 162 E. AYashington, res. 
same. 

Wolfe Phillip, proprietor Cincinnati House, 124 S. Delaware. 

Wolfe John, breakman I. & C. R. R., bds. 70 S. Noble. 

Wolfram C. A., pressman Locomotive Office, bds. 101 N. 
New Jersey. 

AYolfram Christopher, tinner, res. 101 N. New Jersey. 

AYolfram Mrs. Sarah, res. 101 N. New Jersey. 

Wonderle Henry, brickmason, res. 41 N. Davidson. 

VYonnell Charles, blacksmith, bds. 85 E. Market. 

Wonnell John A., carpenter, res. 39 California. 

AYood Alexander, groceries and provisions, cor. Illinois and 
Vermont, res. same. 



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SLOAN & INGERSOLL, 




Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 




Roberts' Block, opp. Union 




BYRKIT & BEAN, 

Cor. Georgia and Tennessee, 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 



MANUFACTUKERS OP 




AND ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF 

BUILDirVG MATERIALS. 



Those intending to build would do well to cull and 
examine our prices and facilities for doing and furnishing 
work, before eontractinsr elsewhere. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 247 



WOOD A. D., wholesale and retail hardware, 71 E. Wash- 
ington, also proprietor City hardware store, 12 W. 
Washsngton, res. IG-t N. New Jersey. 

Wood Benjamin, blacksmith, res. Stringtown. 

Wood Mrs. Elizabeth, 20 S. East. 

Wood E. A., butcher, res. 157 E. Washington. 

WOOD & EOUDllAY, livery and sale stables, 10 N. Penn- 
sylvania. 

WOOD JAMES A., American Express messenger Ind. Cen., 
bds. Bates House. 

Wood James, City engineer, office 3 Blake's Building, res. 
127 N. Illinois. 

Wood James jST., assistant City engineer, office 3 Blake's 
Building, bds. 127 N. Illinois. 

Wood John B., clock repairer, 51 N. Illinois. 

Wood John F., at City hardware store, 12 W. Washington, 
res. 145 N. New Jersey. 

Wood John Gr., carpenter, res. 168 N. Delaware. 

Wood John M.. (W. & ^oudra3^) res. 53 N. Pennsylvania. 

Wood Nelson E., carpenter, GO Indiana ave. 

Wood Mrs. Sarah, 55 N. Pennsylvania. 

Wood wid. Stephen, 20 S. East. 

Wood William, (W. & Foudray,) res. 140 N. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Wood William D., saddle maker, bds. 120 N. Illinois. 

Woods James, res. 116 W. New York. 

Woods E., 83 N. New Jersey. 

WOODALL AQUILLA P., clerk Adams' Express Co., bds. 
Macy House. 

Woodburn James II., (Thompson & W.,) bds. 32 N. Penn- 
svlvania. 

WOODBUEY JOSIAII G., attorney at law, McOuafs 
Block, bds. 21 S. Delaware. 

Woodcock Charles, marble polisher, bds. Mi's. Nash. 

Woodford Mrs. Margaret, (col.,) res. 65 S. Noble. 

Woodford Mrs. Betsey, (col.,) 139 W. Washington. 

Woodin Almon M., printer Atlas office, bds. Little's Hotel. 

Woodruff Mrs. Adeline, res. N. University. 

WOOLF M., wholesale wines and liquors, S. Illinois, bet. 
^laryland and Georgia, res. 100 N. Illinois. 

Woodford Mr.s. Nancy, M. D., for the cure of fits, res. 60 N. 
Delaware. 

Woollen William I., res. 35 E. Michigan. 

WOOLLEN WILLIAM M., groceries and provisions, 82 
W. Vermont, res. same. 

Woolson Frank, laborer, bds. 120 New York. 

WOELAND WILLIAM, groceries and feed, 37 Virginia 
ave., res. same. 



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C. S. DONALDSON. 



G. W. MAXFIELD. 



THOMAS PRINK. 



DONALDSON, MAXFIELD & PRIME, 



Wholesale Dealers in 



f^irginia pianufactnrcb (Jl^obactos. 

IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC CIGARS, 
IVo. TX AVest ^^Vasliing^ton Street, 



W. li. RAMSAY. 



J. G. HANNING. 




^ sum AMD OAS FITTERS, 



liglii;^#:^ Corner of Masonic Hall, 

IVo. S5J "West AVasliing-ton St., 
INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 

Piinips, Sheet Lead, Lead Pipe, Iron Pipe, Gas Fixtures, &c. Work at- 
tended to in any pait of the State. 




MERCHANT 



TAIL! 

2 ODD FELLOWS' HALL, 



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Agent for I, M. Singer's 



Its 



Scott's Reports of Fashions and Hall's 
System of Garment Cutting. Machines at 
New York Prices — adding freight. Ma- 
ehine Needles, Silks and Threads. 



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WOKTH ALEXANDER, secy I. & C. R. R., res. 33 N. 

Delaware. 
WORTH I. C, patent right dealer, res. 99 N. Meridian. 
^Yorth Robert Ci., telegraph operator B. R. R. office, bds. 

Ra}' House. 
Wren Edward, wagon maker, res. 51 S. New Jersey. 
Wren John, carpenter, res. 192 S. Delaware. 
WRIGHT ARTHUR L., deputy county treasurer, bds. 82 

E. Vermont. 
WRIGHT AUGUSTUS S., (M. D.,) homeopathist, office 28 

N. Illinois, res. 136 N. Illinois. 
Wright Charles A., («tapp & W.,) bds. U N. Pennsylvania. 
Wright C. E., res. near Deaf and Dumb Asylum. 
Wright Rev. Charles P., (M. E.,) res. 91 N. Noble. 
Wright Miss P., teacher Indianapolis Female Institute, bds. 

34 E. Michigan. 
Wright Francis H., currier, res. 82 E. Vermont. 
Wright Hiram, 122 Benton. 
Wright Jacob T., county auditor, bds. 57 Massachusetts 

ave. 
Wright Mrs. Lucy, (col..) res. N. Meridian. 
WRIGHT DR. MANSUR H., (Parry & Wright,) office 12 

E. Market, bds. 23 N. Meridian. 
Wright Richard M., shoemaker, res. 50 N. Delaware. 
WRIGHT WILLIAM G., pump manufacturer, Maryland, 

res. cor. Huron and Pine. 
Wright William G., butcher, 54 South, bet. Delaware and 

Pennsylvania, res. same. 
AYright W"illiam H., clerk Geo. T. Browning, res. 39 E. 

Michigan. 
Wright Wlllis W., groceries and provisions, cor. Washing- 
ton and Delaware. 
AVust John, turner, 97 Fort Wayne ave. 
Wygant William D., res. 7G ^Y. Maryland. 
Wyland August, tailor, res. 125 N. Noble. 
AVysong Christopher, boarding house, 72 S. Illinois. 



Yager Charles, brewer, Wyoming, res. 240 S. Alabama. 
Y" ANDES & CO., hide and leather dealers, 38 E. Washing- 

YANDES DANIEL, SEN., (Y. k Co.,) res. G4 N. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Yandes Daniel, jr., (Y, & Co.,) res. 137 Virginia ave. 

Y^andes Geo. B., clerk Yandes .t Co., bds. G4 N. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Y'andes James AY., res. 12 E. Vermont. 



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YANDES SIMON, attorney at law, 23 E. Washington. 

YEAGfER CHRISTIAN, dry goods and groceries, 215 E. 
Washington, res. same. 

Yeagor William, cooper, res. 154 N. Noble. 

Yewcll Solomon, book-keeper, res. 103 S. New Jersey. 

YOIIN JAMES C, dry goods, 17 E. Washington, res. 74 
N. Delaware. 

Yorger Natz, butcher, bds. 15 Indiana ave. 

Young Charles P., machinist Bellefontaine E. R. shop. 

Young George D., machinist, res. G8 S. New Jersey. 

Young Harrison P., student N. W. C. University, res. 44 N. 
Pennsjdvania. 

Young Isaac, clerk C. P. Hagerhorst, bds. 115 S. Tennessee. 

Young Jesse, machinist Bellefontaine E. R. shop. 

Young Jesse, (col.,) Y. & Revels, bds. cor. Michigan and 
Tennessee. 

YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION, rooms 
Ray's Block, W. Washington. 

YOUNG & REVELS, hair dressing saloon, Tremont House. 

Young Mrs. Sarah, res. N. Alabama. 

Youngerman Charles, blacksmith and wagon maker, 12 N. 
Delaware. 

Youngerman Charles P.. stone cutter, res. 168 S. Dela- 
ware. 

Youngerman C. W., (Y. & Wise,) bds. 134 E. Washington. 

YOUNGERMAN GEORGE B., groceries and provisions, 
209 E. Washington, res. same. 

Youngerman Geo. M., blacksmith, bds. 14 and IG N. Dela- 
ware. 

Youngerman Mrs., bds. 84 Massachusetts ave. 

YOUNGERMAN & WISE, blacksmiths, 122 S. Delaware. 

Youtsey Thomas, employee Osgood, Smith & Co., res. 22G 
S. East. 

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Zahringer Longelein, cabinet maker, res. 121 N. Noble. 
Zeachs Godfrey, shoemaker, res. 148 S. New Jersey. 
Zeien Peter, assistant engineer, bds. near Madison Depot. 
Zeigler Nelson, clerk Boston Store, bds. 71 N. Meridian 
ZEIGLER \^ILLIAM, proprietor Boston Store, 5 E. 

Washington, res. 71 N. Meridian. 
Zellers Henry, mattress maker, bds. E. Knight. 
Zeppenfeld Ernst, tanner, bds. California House. 
Zimmerman Benjamin, shoemaker, bds. 112 S. New Jersey. 
Zimmerman Benjamin, laborer, 59 Pinion. 
Zimmerman Christopher, patent roofing, res. 22 N. Liberty. 
Zimmerman Jas., carpenter, bds. 22 N. Liberty. 



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251 



'P E O H I A_ 




CHARTEKEI3, A. D. 1841. 

]\©e S9 Main 8to9 Feoria^ 111. 



This Companj'^ confiuues to issue Policies on 

Marine, Inland Navigation 

TBANSPOHTATIOM At^P FIRE BtSKSt 

AT REASONABLE RATES. 
331]R^EOTOI^S. 

ISAAC UNDERHILL Peoria. 

RICHARU GRKGG Peoria. 

SAMUEL HOWE Ciitcago. 

C. HOLLAND Peoria. 

P. HOLLAND Peoria. 

JACOB GALE Peoria. 

A. G. TYNG Paoria. 

SILAS RAMSEY Peoria. 

S. PULSIFER Peoria. 

H. N. WHEELER Peoria. 

WILLIAM R PHELPS Peoria. 

IRA I. FENN Peoria. 

L. HOLLAND Peoria. 

ISAAC UNDERHiLL, ALEX. G. TYNG, 

President. Vice Pres. 

C. HOLLAND, Secretary. 

cTlirDAV^IS, AGENT, 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 



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253 



BUSINESS MIRROll 



Containing the Name and Location of every Business Man 
in the City, under the pai'ticular Trade or Pro- 
fession in which he is engaged. 



AccoucUers and ITlidwives. 

Bohme Mrs. Mary, 22 S Alabama 
Custer L. N., res. 19 N East 
Foley Mary, bds. H) S Illinois 
Leonard Mrs. Abigail. 60 N Delaware 
Thompson Mrs. 11., 20 N Illinois 

Ag^ents, Ale and Porter. 

Blaes Nicholas, 6G S Delaware 
Wise William, 46 Tennessee 

Ag^entSf Book. 

Kile, Cleveland & C"., opposite Union De- 
pot 

Agentsi Insurance. 

Blake C. 95 E Washington 

Bryant Benjamin, 111 W South 

Covington George B, oiEcj 14 and 16 S Me- 
ridian 

Covington Samuel F, secre'ary Indianapolis 
Insurance Co., office 14 S Meridi n 

Davis Charles B, Odd Fellows' Hall, 2d 
floor 

Dunlop J S, N W cor Washin ton and 
Meridian 

Gatling R J, Blackford's Building 

Henderson Wm., Ji^tna Building 

Igoe Martin, 70 E Washington 

Locke & Bro., Blackford's Building 

Spann & Hall, cor. Washington and Me- 
ridian 

Seidensticker A. 95 E Washington 

Ag'entS) Patent Rig'Itt* 

Boyd Pavid M, 37 S Meridian 

Brown John L., 12 S Pennsylvania 

Detrick J D, Circle 

Fisher & Wheatley, 6 S Meridian, opposite 
post office 

Gee R S & Co., .lltna Buildirgs, N Penn- 
sylvania 

Redstone Albert E, opposite post office 

Worth I C,99 N Meridian 

Ag'entsj Real Estate. 

Delzell & Smith, 37 E Washington, up 

stiirs 
Dunlop .John S, jr., office Dunlop's Block, 

cor. Washington and Meridian 



Eldridge, McMiUin & Biddle, 39 W Wash 

ington 
Gatling Richard J, office Blackford's Build 

ings 
.McKernan & Pierce, 39 ."^ W Washington 
O'Neal Richanl, 12 S Pennsylvania 
Phipps Isaac N, 28 E Market 
Spann & Hall, S W cor. Washington and 

Meridian 
Stanp & Wright, 86 E Washington 
Waldo Elijah G B, S I'lino s. 
West & Wilson, real estate ageats, iEtna 

Buildings, 14 N Pennsylvania 
Wiley William Y., 10 »^ E. Washington. 

Ag'cnts, Serving ITIacliine. 

Ames James, (Grover & Baker,) cor- Wash- 
ington and Kentucky ave. 

Fridley Mrs Susan, (Keisry & Co.'s) bds. 6 
N Meridian 

Hall E A, 2 Odd Fellows' Hall 

Hsnderson Duncan res. 52 Ba'es 

Mclver John C, (Braman & Co.'f,) 6>i W 
WashingtcB 

Rockwell R E, (Forest City,) 2 Ray's 
Building 

Thomas George W, (Grover & Baker's,) 46 
W Washington 

Agricultural Implements. 

Beard Sc Sinex, N E cor. Washington and 

Tennessee 
Braden David, 84 W Washinetnn 
Birkenmayer P S & Co. , 74 E Washington 
Buist Thos., 60 W Washinitnn 
Dawson William, 250 B Washington 
Park Theron, 86 W Washington 
Spotts tThompion, S Delaware 
Wiggins & Chandler, 262 W Washington, 

near Canal basin 
Turner William, 74 W Washington 

Arciiitects. 

(See also Carpenters and Builders.) 

Bohlen D A, ^tna Buildings, N Pennsyl 
vania 

Costigan Francis, Oriental House, S Illi- 
nois 

Curzon Joseph, res. 218 N Illinois 

Hirsching Theodore, bds. 61 N Illinois 



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Hodgson Isaac, room 5 Glencs' Block 
May Edwin, 18 E Market 

Artists. 

Adams Mrs J G, Blaki's Buildings, 2d 

floor 
Brueni'ig E & J, G E Washington, up 

stairs 
Cox J cob, 2 Blake's BuiMlng 
Dunlap James B, bils. Dr Dunlap 
G lick Samuel W, box 16T post office 
ll.i.vs ]{ S, 32^2 E Washington 
McEvoy II N, (landscape,) Little's Hotel 
lleud 1-iShe P, Kay's Building 
Smdllwoocl William, res. 52 N Ea^t 

Attorneys a,t Law. 

Barbour & Ilowland, 19 E Washngton 
Beal John A, 6 Glenus' Block 
Bedford W R, 35 K Washi gton 
Bowles Thomas H, office luE Wrshington 
iirown Ignatius, 19)2 ^ Washington 
Cavcn John, over 19 E Washington 
Coburn John, ^5}^ ^ Washinj-tun 
Goiiuer & Fishback, S W cor. Pennsyl- 

vaiiii and Washington, up stairs 
CouloB Charles. 97 E Washington 
Delord Wm. K, 35>j E Wiistiinxton 
Dum'>ut & Torbeit, junction of Pennsylvania 

and Virginia ave. 
Duncan R B, S cor. Washington and Me- 
ridian, up stairs 
Dunham & Tanner, G McOuat's Block 
Kdxai Jamos W, 2 McOuat's Block 
Eiluitt Byron K, 24 >^ E Washington 
Ellsworth, Colley & Redstone, office 10 S 

iV.eridian 
Ferguson Kilby, Sentinel Building 
(j rdon George E, Odi. Fellows' llall 
Gordon &. Beal, (i Glenus' Block, E Wash- 

ingtun. 
II ill Reginald II, 24,12^ E Washington 
Il..li K VI, 82 E Washington 
Ilamil'on John W. Court House 
Ileu.lerson William, office 14 N Pennsyl- 

vaiiia 
Hints C C, office Johnson's Building, E 

VV ashington 
Holladay Elias G .T.tna Building. 
Igoe Mil-tin, 70 E Washington 
Keccham & Coffin, Blackford's Building 
Kiger Harry, S E cor. Washington and Me- 
ridian 
McC'arty Nicholas, 70 E Washington 
McDonald & I'orter, Yohn's Block 
McDonald & Roache, McOuat's Block 
McKenzie Wm. A, 30^2 W Washingt n 
Miicy David, 10>^ K Wash ngton, up stairs 
Maj.r Stephen, les. W of city 
MilnerJ,84E Washingt^u 
Monis Samuel, 24'2 E Washingtn 
Mo rison >* Ray, 20 G Washington, up stars 
Newcomb&. Tarkington, 24 E Washington, 

up stairs 
Olinstead G L, Blackford's Building 
O'Neal Hugh, ,Etna Building, N Penr syl- 
van i a 
Patterson William, 30 W Washington, up 

stairs 
Perrin George K, bds. Pyle House 
Porter Albert G., 109 N Delaware 
Band Frederick, 26'2 E Washington 
Hyan R J, cor. .Meridian and Maryland 
Seidenstickep Adolph, 95 E Wasrdugton 
Sherivood K L, 21 E Washington 
Shoupj Francis A, 95 E AVashington 



Smith Charles C. 95 E Washington 

Smith Francis, 37 E Washingt n 

Smith & Smith, 26 W Washington, Ray's 

Building. 
Strirgfi-ild Woodford, McOuafs Block. 
Sweetser James N, 23 E Washington 
Tanner Gordon, MiOunt's Bl ct 
Tayl,)r N B, SO'^ W Washington 
Vaile II. M, 21 E Washington 
WalpoleR it, Johnson's IsuiMing 
Wallace & Harrison, 30)^ W Washington, 

up staTS 
Wick William W, office 4 Judah's Block 
Wilson M, cor. Washin ton and Meridian 
Woodburv J G, McOuit's Block 
Yandes Simon, 23 E Washington. 

Auction and Commission. 

Bell T>ia lieus D, 15 W Washington 

Burrows G W. 6 W Washington 

Duke & Smith, fe S Meridian 

Eldridge, McMillin & Biddle. 39 W Wash- 

ingion 
Oott & Featherston, 48 E Washington 
Hunt Aaron L, with Go:t & Featherston. 

ISakers. 

Bollman Frederick, 91 E Washington 
Brown John W, 150 N New Jersey 
Finton F, 77 Fort Wayne ave. 
Foos T J, 84 N Mississippi 
Gray William, C4 South 
Gr in & Thalman, 214 E Washington 
j llaynes Phillip, 40 W Washington 
Knautf Adam, 248 W Washington 
Kuaus S, N side E Washington 
K'lestle Jacob, 2UI E Washington 
Kuhn William, 181 E Washii gton 
Metzger A & J, 11 N Pennsylvania 
Rentsch Harmon, 134 S Illinois 
Summers & Wentz, 144 W Washington 
Thompson Hugh, 4 .S Meridian 
Weinberger John C, 10 Louisiana 
Youngerman Geo., 209 E Washington. 

Bankers. 

Fle'cher Stoughton A, sen., 30 E Washing- 
ton 

Harrison A & J C S, 19 E Washington 

Indianajiolis Branch Banking Co. , S W cor. 
Wahington and Pennsylvania 
Oaiiks. 

Bank of the State of Indiana, cor. Illinois 
and Kentucky ave ; branch cor. Wash- 
ington and Meridian 

Barbers. 

Fey R, basement Little's Hotel 

Fisher & Ringle, Louisiana, cor. Illinois 

Gutig Henry, cor. AVashington and Penasyl 

vania 
Gulliver William, Blake's Row 
Ilenning & Stelzell, Bates House, N Illinois 
Leiminger & Ferling. Blackford's Building 
Miller R, cor. South and East 
R vels Thos. W, (col.,) N. Tremont House 
Rider Henry, (co!..) 81 ij' E Washington 
Shucraft t Gilibs, under Palmer House 
Sirronia L D, under American House 
Turner Augustus, (col.,) res. 67 W Georgia 
Vest'-r Jonathan, Ccol.,) 81, '2 E Washington 
Young & Revels, Treaioot House 

Beef and Pork Packers* 

McTa?girt Israel, 23 N Illinois 
Mansur W & I, 14 » M' ridiau 



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Bell Hinder and t,ock- 

Reinhardt Joseph, S. Illinoia. 

Billinrd Saloons. 

BalcUe C, 1T5 E Washington 
Bot. Henry, lOit E Wash ngton 
Bussey J hn, opp. Union D' pot 
Kmaii-regger 1 , 113 K Washington 
Imbery A, 8() E Washington 
Lang L H E Washington 
Mornninger I) & C, 121 K Washington 
Montgomery C II, Washington Hall 
Wabman F, 2i S Illinois 

Bill Poster!^. 

Hedges & Harliti. offire Sentinel Building 
Smith Siephen, 10 North 

Black«iinill>!«. 

Berryman John, E Washington, near 1 mits 

Bnitlier John.SN Noble 

Clinton Wharton, 252 E Washington 

Gates John, 14 S New Jevsey 

Geisel Henry, S Delaware 

Gorham John M, 7U Indiana ave. 

Jones & Vaubl ricuin, 8 E War'. land 

McVev David, 203 W W ashington 

Markham Thomas, 2'i S Pennsylvania 

Smith Johi, (!, 36 Kentucky ave. 

1 cllkampe John, Veiiil, rear of postofBc* 

Wise & Co., 122 S Delaware 

Youngermau & Wise, 122 S Delaware 

Blank Book ITIanufacturers. 

Bw ig J M W <A!^SMttMr, Si^BtiM^l BuiUIiMe 
Campbell & liro., 3" E AVashington 
Dijuglas.< & I'almer, SU'i E V\ ashington 
Sheets & Braden, 77 W Washi: gton 

Boarding- Houses. 

Beck Samuel, 21 S Belaware 
B (zley Nalhanie', 132 S Delaware 
Bright Mrs Eliza, 27 In iana ave 
Coen John, 107 S Tfnnei-se-e 
Cook Mr Julia, 44 N Pennsylvania 
Dara Ms Am- » W. Ill W Market 
Donahan Mrs Barba a, 74 N Tennessee 
Ferguson wid. » n irew, 20 N Pennsylvania 
Hahn An^lrew, S Easi 
Hantanhan Patrick, 184 S Tennessee 
Jeffrey MrsM^ry B. 15 W.Washlngton 
Kelly James, (col,) 145 W AVashington 
Kinder Mrs M W, 7!),'^ E AVdshington 
Knig! t Eli'ah, S IP nois 
Kolb A\ m, 30 Kentucky ave. 
Lawton Mrs Susan A, 71 AV Ma- y land 
Miller Mrs Sarah, 12 Kentucky ave. 
Morgan rsH,51E Loui-iana 
Scurider Caleb cor. Market and Tennessee 
Smith Mrs. M C, Alvord's Block, S Penn- 
sylvania 
Stover A H, 118 N Illinois 
Wysong C, 72 S Illiuois. 

Boiler Manufacturers. 

Dumont & Sinker, S Pennsylvania 

Bonnet Bleacliers. 

Conaty James 1^, 22 S Illinois 
Copeland J V^', 7 S Mer dian 
Parker Mrs, 134 E Washingtsn 



Bookbinders. 

Bingham & Doughty, Sentinel Building 
Campbell AV H & Bro., 37 E Was in-tou 
Doui'lass & Palmer, SO;^ E AVashington 
Gro' e Charl s H, 125 E AVashii gtou 
Lieber Herman, 14 N Pennsylva.iia 
Sheets & Braden, 77 AV Washington 

Booksellers and Stationcrti. 

Asher & Co., Odd Fellows' Hall 
Lieber II, 14 N Pern ylvania 
Merrill & Co., in E Washing on 
Perrine Charles 0, Union Depot 
Stewart fc Powen, 18 W A^'a?hington 
AVerden E & Co., 2G E AVashington 

Boots and Sltoes^ AVUolcsate. 

Hendricks & Co., 7G W AA'ashington 
Mayhew E C & Co., SLouisiana, opp. Union 

Depot 
Sharpe J K, 90 E Wash^n^ton 
A'iiine<lge & Jones, 17 E Washington 

Boots and Sltocs^ ISctail. 

Alda .- Ch.arles, 133 E AVhs' ington 
Biddle & Cooper, 79 E V> asbington 
Bruner Charles, 38 W AVashington 
Buche Frederick, 93 S Illinois 
Bu>'ring Charles, 176 E Wasiiington 
Bosch Christian, 138 AV W as.^ingtou 
Calmyer Henry, 1.55 S Alabana 
C> stello John, 5 W Washington 
CuUey AVm B, 198 E AVashington 
Dugan Thomas, 4th story Blake's Row 
Edgar &. Frazee, Glenn's Block E AVashing- 
ton 
Elliott Samuel W. 28 E AVashington 
Grout Joseph B, 26 AV Maryland 
Hafner A & F, 103 AV Washington 
Karle Christian, 79 E Washir.gton 
Karle Joseph, 64 E AA'ashinplon 
K'S ner Ji hn G. 51 S Illim is 
Knodle A & Son, '2 E AVashington 
Koch H H. 53 E South 
Lahmann Frederick H, E Wjishington 
L^-ncaster Washington, 12 S Illinois 
Lebhene Charles, opp. Madison Railroad 

Depot 
Luebking Chatles II. 194 E Washington 
Mayhew E C & Co., 5 W Washingion 
Mat hwig John. Illinois 
Moloni y John, US Meridian 
Murphv Timothy. 4 W M; rket 
Preis John, 218 E Washing;on 
Behling Charlfs, 176 E Washington 
Kesener Christian F, E AVashington 
Bichler Adolphus I, 161 E AVashington 
lliemenschneiiler Hermon, 179 E Washington 
Bob niu" & Myers, 51 Blake's Row 
Sh ope Josejdi K, 90 E AVa-hingtion 
Smith John. North, bet. Pennsylvania and 

Maryland 
Spinney William N, 10 W Washington 
Sprandel George, 124 N Mis issipf i 
Teneyck Nelson, 260 W AVashington 
Teneyck J & R S, 206 AV AVashington 
Vinnedge &: Jones, 17 W AVashington 
AVands Alexand' r, 12 S Meridian 
Wands John & Son, 65 E Washington 
Wehhr Lukas, 179 E AVashington 
Wert Joseph, 6 S Pennsylvania 
West George, 43 E Washington 

Bowlini; Allcy.'^. 

Bush Jacob, 248 E AA'asbington 



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Kollmeyer J C, 138 B Washinston 
Laird Win 11, Georgia, bet. Illinois and Me- 
ridian 

Brass and Bell Founders. 

Davis J. W. & Co., 90 S Delaware 

Garratt Joseph, Union track, near Delaware 

BreAvers. 

Imbery Augustus, near Madison Depot 
Jacquet A, 278 E Washington 
Jeager & Schmid', Wyoming, bet. Alabama 
and New Jersey 

Brick Iflakers. 

Feudman William, Nebraslja 

Han'l & Stevens, Nebraska 

Hubbard William, Miller, E of Merrill 

Johnson W, 172 E S^^uth 

McNal)b Stephen, near Lawrencehurg Depot 

Smith Jas, cor East and McCarty 

Brokers, Bill or Note. 

Cain John, 8>^ E Washington 
Fletcher S A & Co., 30 E Was-hington 
Catling R J, Blackford's Building 
IloUoway C B, 6}i W Washington 
Kline Henry, 77 » Illinois 
MoKernan & Pierce, 3'J'a W Washington 
West &. Wilson, iEtna Building 
Wiley Wm Y, W E Washington 

Building Stone. 

Scott, Nicholson & Co., 31 Virginia ave. 

Butchers. 

Boecher & Werther, 175 S Delaware 

Cook Rcbard, 5 N Illinois 

Davids &. Kigg, 67 S Illinois 

llahn Louis, 104 W Washington 

Heizer J, 131 E Market 

McTau'gart & Dougherty, Bates House, 15 N 

Illinois 
Morningstar Peter, N Pennsylvania, near 

Odd bellows' Hall 
Nicolai L, 39 E New York 
Pourder & Borst, cor. E Washington and 

Pennsylvania 
Roos & Schmalzried,S Illinois, bet. Georgia 

and Union Depot 
Sierferts A, cor. Washington and Delaware 
Wood E A, 157 E Washington 
Wright Wm G, 54 South 

Butter and Egs! Packers. 

Holmes & Neil, 184 E Washington 

Cancer Doctors. 

Howard & Conwell, 52 S Illinois 

Carpenters and Builders. 

Avery John L, 124 N Alabama 

Behyroer Daniel, N Delaware 

Boerum Joseph S, 204 N Illinois 

Bray John S, N Delaware 

Brouse Andrew & Sobs, 56 E New Y'crk 

Bundy John, 156 E New York 

Bunte John B, New Jersey, netr Ohio 

Byrket & Beam, 60 S Tennessee 

Carter H, Georgia, W of Canal 

Coffman Jacob, S New Jersey, near Merrill. 

Copebnd Jesse, 47 E Market 

Diokman F & Co., Wabash, near Liberty 

Eden &. Copeland, 27 E Market 



Emerson R B, 141 W Market 

Fatout J L & M R, cor. Mississippi and Indi- 
ana 8ve 

Fearnley John, 11 S Illinois 

H eary & Low, 18 S New Jersey 

Gamble James, Broadway alley, near New 
Jersey. 

Gilkey B, N Delaware 

Helwig Charles, 113 E Ohio 

McDonough D B, E Vermont 

Rafert & Brothers, 195 N Ulinois 

Rickards Thomas, cor. Delaware and Mary- 
land. 

Steacy Joseph, 127 W VerBoont 

Stelhorn Frederick. 184 N Noble 

Swigert Peter, Wabash, bet. New Jersey and 
"East 

Wells George, 118 N Mi.«si3eippi 

Wonnell J A, 74 Indiana ave 

Carpets and Matting. 

Coffin & Morton. 3 Odd Fellows' Hall 
Fletcher H A &. Co., £6 and 28 W Washicg- 

ton. 
Glenn W t H & Co., Gl»nns' Block 
Tousey & Byram, 70 E Washington 

Carriage Manufacturers. 

Buster Samuel M.. 38 Kentucky ave 
Clarke Stephen A, N Pennsjlvania 
Drew Samuel W, E Mar' et Square 
Gaston Hiram R, 23 N Illinois 
Lowe George, 40 N Pennsylvania 
Sutherland Levi, 162 Delaware 

China, Glass and Queens- 
ware. 

Hawthorne fr. Buchanan, 83 E Washington 
Linrlley Jac^b. 16 W Washington 
Middlemas D C, 107 W Washington 

Cigars and Tobacco. 

Dietrich Wm, 63 E Washington 
Donrldson, Maxfield &. I'nne, 71 W Wash- 
ington 
Heidlinger John A, 10 N Illinois and 3 

Palmer House 
Heoningttr Charles & Co.. 42 E Washington 
Hunt Charles C, 6i;.^ E U'ashingion 
Lichtenhein & Son, 85 E Washington 
Meyer George F. 35 W Washington 
Otten D.itrich, 159 E Washington 
Raschig Charles M, 15 E Washington 
Rein) in Heniy, 93 Fort W .yne ;ive 
Speckman & Kretsch, 57 S Illinois 

Clothiers. 

(See also Merchant Tailors.) 

Criqui Michael, 158 E Washingtan 

Dessar Brothers, 4 E Washington and 6 Me- 
ridian 

Dernham M, 1 W Washington 

Franco D 2 Palmer House 

Glaser &. Bro., 2 Bates House 

Goepjier F, 15 E Washington 

Gramling J & P. 41 E Washngtcn 

Hall E A, 2 Od<i Fellows' Hall 

McGinnis Owen, 39 E Washington 

Moritz Ar Bo., Blackford's Building, and 19 
W Washington 

Myer Mo-es, 2 W Washington 

Staub J, 59 E Washiigton 

Tapking & Becker, 63 E Washington 



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ConI Dealers. 

Hurk John, 1 18 N Tennessee 

Jonlaii .1 \ J, .5(lSuut.i 

Loivilen Jam. 3, oi p. Madison Railroad, or 

21 W \V Kliii gton 
Ro-s J II, 4J W W ashing ton 
S ui'h ic Sievcnson, 5 S Dtlaware 
Stou^ C, 101 S Tennes ee 

Coal Oil Liuiiip Dealer. 

Sinker E T, Meriiian, S of postoffice 
Coiitmcrcial Colleges. 

Bryant'-' Cnmmercial College T J Rryant' 

irinipil, Rimsay's Itl.ick, S llliijoij 
Ilayiieii's Coma eriial Coll^^ge, S \V cor. 
Washingtou and Di^eri ian, J C Ilaydec, 
I rintipal 

Coniiiii»«sion Merchants. 
Britlfhaw & Glazier, IC Mt-riilijn, cr Pearl 
Fitz;ibbuii M. ft Co., op|i. Union Depot 
Gill up W l* & E f . 74 W V\a>liiiii.l.n 
G .tt &. JVa h rs O', 48 E Washington 
U.inna V C, loi. AUb-mv and L ui^iana 
Jlollai.d John W,'.^' E Wash-i^gton 
Jordan J & ,1, 6u ;>outU 
Kirland P "3 S Meriilian 
Wi-y Andrrw. S5 E *> as ington 
Mid ilemasD C, 111* E Wasliington 
Schnull A & H. 83 E Wasuin-ton 
Turne. \Vm U, 74 \V WusLinfcton 

Coiuniissioiier of Deeds. 

Wiley William Y, lu E Washiogton 
Coiit'cctioiierst 

CunningVam Fred 1', 43 N Illinois 
Digg. It vV, i>i S Wiriilin 
Ga ter Cass. 1»3 E Wa-liington 
Hay ins I'liilllp, 4u W Washington 
Hull John E, 7C E Wa-hi; gton 
Kl iber John L, 81 E VVashiog on 
Metzger A & J, 11 N Pennsylvania 
Par.se le Jau.ts, 15 lliiiio s 
Summers &. Weutz, 144 W Washington 
Weinberger John C, iU W Louisiana 

Coopers. 

Burton G II, 78 N Missi-sip! i 

lleimburgh & Co., alley, cor. N Liberty, bet. 
Wus^iin^ton an i Alarket 

May Audrcw, 08 S East. 

Coppersuiitlis. 

Cottrell & Kiigl.t, 94 S Delaware 

DaKuerrenu Artists. 

Bruening E & J, E Washingion, next door 
10 Hausman'd bazaar 

Crane J D, 19>j W Washington 

Fis' AA, cor. \V.i8 ii gion and Meridian 

Hays &. Kuiniion, 3-2jj E Wa.h ngtun 

PerJue II, 39 ji W » ashington 

Purctrll W, » Kay'd B o.k, W Washington 

Widens & Cox, E Washington, cor. Pennsyl- 
vania 

Dentists. 

Frink Dr. S C, Yohn's block, 4 N Meridian 

Hunt P G C, 7 W Maryland 

Jo:.n3tun Dr. John F. 11 W M:iryland 

Kei.dritk User II, 132 N Davidson 

Muffiit J. hn 

Nichols T M , 24 S Meridi.in 

Wells G A, 19 E \Va:hiisgton 
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Dress Makers. 

(See Milliners and Dress Makers.) 

Drug^s and Medicines. 

Browning R.ibert, 22 W Washington 
llanlin & Uarnitt, 172 E Wash ngton 
Ham am;in Wm, 411 K Washington 
Luwery Wi ey M, 411 Massachusetts ave 
Ludden & Co., 14 N lilinoit 
Peikiiia * Coon, 14 W Washington 
Pope J P, :<3 W W asl ingion 
Ro!-eipthal Isaac M. 30 S Illinois 
Roesch Charles, 103 E V\ ash n^ton 
Uoseiigarlen Henry, M D, 1 Odd Fellows' 

Hall 
Tilly Wm. 81 E Washingion 
Tumliiison & Cox, -.8 E Washington 

Dry <>aodS) Retail. 

Bradley J & J. 81 E Washington 
Coffin & Morion, 3 Odd Felluws' Hall 
Fletcher II A & Co., 20 ai.d 28 Ray's block, 

W' Washington 
Gilligan Miss iSl A, 5 Bates H.iuse 
Glenn W & II & Co , Glenn's block, E 

Wasbit gton 
lloupr. R >bfrt. 209 Alabama 
Kirlin James, 36 W Washington 
Roller St. Cook, 189 E Wa>hington 
Ostermeyer F^e 'enck, 2.58 B Washington 
Palmer & T^.ll.ott. 37 E Wash ngton 
Stie'.-mann C, 205 S D^laware 
S reel L «fc Brother. Sti E W;ish!n2ton 
T'lusey & Byram. 7(1 E Washington 
Yohn James C, 17 E Wa hington 
Zeigler Wm, 5 E Washington 

Dry Gooils^ AVIiolcsale* 

Crossland Jaoi h A, 75 W Washington 
Fletclitr II A <£• Co.. 26 and 28 Ray's black 
Glenn W & U <s Co., Glenn's block, E Wash- 

ingt n 
Palmtr & Talbot'. 37 E Washington 

Dyers and Scourers. 

Bouchet E I, 174 W Washirgton 
Hud' nee U rr , 158 W Washingtoa 
Goodwin A, 56 E Market 
Hariis Jo ej h, 38 S Illinois 
Harr s J, jr., 19 P Meridian 
Ht-a' & Cai, 17 S Merdian 
Ka'isoh B, II N Illinois 
ttoacker Wm, 18 Kentucky ave 

Edge Tool Manufacturer. 

Kellogg Newton, W Washington, near river 
Embroideries. 

Lennert Ferdinand G, IG S Illi.-ois, up stairs 
Lenne t Sirah E. 16 S Illinois, up ftairs 
LueJe s Eliza, 16 S Illinois, 3d iloor 

Engraver on AVood^ &c. 

Fahoestock John, 19 W Washington 

Express Companies. 

Adams Ext ress Co , John H Ohr, agent, 12 

E Washington 
American Expr bs Co., II V D.nniels, agent, 

S E cor Was ington and Meridian 
Great We>tern Pisiiaiih, T A Le«is, agent, 

office at A Wallace's, cor. Virginia ave 

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United States Express Co., II W Hanie's, 
agent, 3 E cor. Washington and Meridian 

Fancy Articles. 

' Bine Simon, jr., 32 W Wrsliirjrton 
CroFsIanrl .T A, 61 W Wiisliini; on 
Coffin & iMortnn, 3 Odd Fellows' ^all 
Tahne'tock & Co , 18 and 20 Illinois 
Fletchfr II A & C )., 26 and 28 W Washing 

ton 
Gmigan M A, 5 Rates Ilou'e 
Glenn W & II &. Co. , G lenn's block, E Wash- 

inston 
Ilausmann II k Co.. E Wfishington 
Klotz & PfMfflin, 29 W Washington 
Langbein .loseph, 100 E Washington 
Parlcer Edgar, 17 S Illin is 

File MaKcr. 

Stiedel George, 55 N Noble 

Flour and Feed Bcalcrs. 

Barnitt & Brother. 170 E Washington 
\Brad-haw ,& Glazier. 10 S Meridi.iii 
Carlisle & Dixon, 208 W Washington 
Daiiforth <t- Simpson, 3 Odd Fellows' Hall 
Fortpsque W M, 1()5 E Was' ington 
Ileckman C, 2(50 E Washington 
.Ionian J & .1,50 South 
Kelley & Feir w, Virpiiii" ave 
Lot'an Leonard, neat Madison Depot 
Kusch F ederitk P., flour, seed acd grain 
store, 83 W Washington 

Flouringr IWHls. 

Bates Ci'y Mills, J A P Anderson, proprie- 
tors. 282 E U'ashinston 

Capital Mills, K P Firmev, proprietor, cor. 
Canal and MMrket 

Patterson S J, W Washington, near river bank 

Foiitndries and Machine 
S}iO|>»i. 

Davis I & Co.. 98 S Delaware 

Dumont <fc Sinker, S Pe;,nsylvania, E of 

Union Depot 
Ilassflman <& Vii ton, Washington Foundry, 

npp. Union Dep' t 
Spctts & Thomson, FrnnVlin Fcundry, opp. 

I. & C. freight dep: t 

Furniture Dealers and Cabi- 
net Makers. 

Furtrtorf F, 129 E Wa hinvton 

Goebel John G. t2 W WnsMrgton 

.lose Nichol li, 21 S Meridian 

Myers & Witthoft, 171 E Washington 

Ott,lohn % Co , 117 W Washington 

Uamsay .Tohn F, 21 S Illinois 

Moan & Inue-soll. 4 Luuisiaiia 

Spiegel, Thorns & Co , ware rooms 73 W 

Washington 
Wani"!.'for(l E & Co., 01 E Washington 
Wilde J 0, 71 S Illinois 

ixas and Steam Pipe Fitters. 

Du'isi John C, 22 Kentucky ave 
Mahnney James, 30 N Illii < is 
Ramsey &. Ilanning, 85 W Wathington 

Oilder and Picture Frainer. 

iiieber Herman, ^tna building, N Pennsyl- 



OrocerS) IVholcsalc. 

Averj- L S. 24 W Washington 
Brarishaw J & J. 25 W Washington 
Danforth & Simpson, 3 and 5 Odd Fellows' 

Hall. N Per:nsylvania 
Elliott C A & Co., 34 S Meridian, cor. Mary- 
land 
Fit'gii bon M & Co., 77 S Meridian 
Hart James & Co.. 84 E Washington 
Holland John W. 72 E Washington 
Jones Wilson &. Co., N E cor Meridian and 

Maryland 
Jordan Thomas, 9 W Washington 
Kirland P., 73 S Meridian 
Langetibertr Hf'nry H,]34, cor. W Washing- 
ton and Mississippi 
Mills Alfi rd & Co.. 30 E Washington 
Stout B & Brothers 42 W Washington 
Stout R C & D L, 40 E Washingtoa 
Tutlle B F 27 W Washington 
Wallace Andrew, cor, S Delaware and Vir 
ginia ave 

Grocers^ Retail. 

Allen Stephen, cor. Illinois and Indana ave 

Avals Mrs Ma'gar'it. 277 S Delaware 

Avery Leonard S, 24 W Washington 

Barnitt & Brother, 170 E Washirgton 

Bartlett J( s-ph L. 133 S Tennessee 

Hatty John H, 31 N Alihama 

Bell Miletus &. Co.. 40 Fort Wayne ave 

Bra<i0 f hirle?. cor. North & N Alabama 

Bradshaw J & J 25 ^\ AVnshington 

Brer.ker August, 94 E New York 

Bretz Ailam, cor. Iliin'is .ind Louisiana 

Breutiiner Augustus. 108 Virijinia ave 

ButschGeo M, 1^3 S D-'aware 

Caiic 1 J M, cor Tenncsse aid Indiana ave 

Carlisle & Dixon, 2(!8 W Washington 

Catierson .\, 147 S .\labama 

Colmrn & Lirgenfelter, S E cor. Delaware 

and ^ew York 
Cor.Kelmann Conrad, W Washington 
Ckm A »& Brother, 118 Virginia ave 
Crall &. liroihers", 55 VV Washington, Blake's 

Oi mniercial Row 
Crockett Robr, (col.,) N Tennessee, let. Illi- 

II' is and Mississii'pi 
Cuncouliinan Conrad, W Washington, near 

river 
Danforth & Simpson, 3 and 5 Odd Felloifs' 

Hall 
Dohyr 8 B D, cor. St. Clair and Fort Wayne 

ave 
Dougherty Charles, 245 S Delaware 
Downs Charles. S W cor. Vermont and Mas- 

^achus^ tts ave 
Duncan Jfhn, n4 E Washington 
Elle> b.-gg S, '8(1 S Di'iaware 
Emmerifh cfe Reese 91 W Washington 
Ettii gi augh Charles. 18(1 8outh 
Exlinc George A. 151 N East 
Fiscus V\ m, 174 E Washington 
F»tescne W M, 105 E W.ashington 
Booster Wm R & Co. 21 N Al I ama 
George James. 143 VV Washington 
Gold Adam, W Washington, opp. Woolen 

Fac'ory 
Hagerh^Tst Chiiftian F, 28 S Illinois, ccr. 

Maryland 
Hansen Charles, 50 B'uff road 
Ilanway Samuel, cor. E Washington and Vir- 
gin a ave 
Hart Jas &. Co., 84 E Wa,«hington 
Heii.rich' Charles, 01 Mariis n ave 
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lli.ide V J, Maasachusetfs ave, cor. Delaware 

llofmeister Nicho'a?, 8-i N Nolle 

Ilolil Christ'an, 77 K Washinj;ton 

Ittenbach Gerhard & Co , 180 S Delaware 

Johnson Wm, 107 S Tennessee 

Joril .n T, 9 W Washingt' n 

Kaiiim Goltreb. 32'2 Virginia ave 

Keely Wm U, I'.l N Noble 

Kemper Charles, li McCarty 

Kecei bach Henry, 21)7 Massachusetts ave 

Kin^'Sbury John K. 181 Mass ichusttla ave 

Kiiiiu Jamns, 36 W Washington 

Koliii Jolin A, C9 S Illinois 

Ko.-niser George, GO South 

Kolb J A, S lUinoi?, bet. Georgia and Unicn 

Depot 
Kruf; G, 24 E Gecrgia 
Kuhlmann E II L. I.*7 W Washington 
Lumau Ct arl- s, 317 Virginia ave 
Langi ein Jos ph. IGO E Washington 
L:iiigenberg Henry. 102 W Washington 
LawreiiC Arthur W, 101 E Ohio 
LiLtiier C II & Co, cor. Illinois and Indiana 

ave 
Louclis Cornelius, 165 Virpinia ave 
ilcWorUman & Urother, cor. Pennsylvania 

and North 
Mead James 106 S Illinois 
Middltma= Daviii C & Co., 107 W Washing- 
ton 
Miller Henry, 165 N Noble 
M lis, Alford Ji Cn 30 E Washington 
I'iel Wm F, 240 E Washington 
P. rrott Samuel & Son, 200 W Washington 
Pre-sel & Stoelting, CO . North and West 
Keese II»nry 91 and 03 W ^V'ashington 
Ketjtsch Edward, 120 S Illinois 
Iloifwald Henry, 288 Indiana ave 
Koselroc^ Herman H, 283 S D^ la ware 
R 'se; parten Samuel, 78 E Washinglon 
Husohliaupt r .\uguslus, 220 E Washing'on 
Schimmel Joseph, cor. Meridian and Blu£f 

road 
Schmidt Henry, S side National rrad 
Sc null A fi n 83 E Wa hingtnn 
Schc])penhorst Wm, 101 E Washington 
Sch. It Joseph, 117 E Washington 
Schweii-.hart Pettr. sr.. 131 N East 
?haw John, 228 E Washi. pton 
Sirrjison M & R, 58 E South 
Simpion N. 107 S Delaware 
Sujith Frederick, 12ii N Mississiiipi 
Spann Jan es K, 123 Indiana ave 
Spencer & S c-ell, 2(2 E W ashington 
Sloelting FederieV, K3 Indiara ave 
Siout H & Brothers. 42 W Washington 
Stout R C & D L, 46 E Washington 
S^eruj) Henry, 119 N Eist 
TalboltRicriird C, 111] W Washington 
Thorn; son Mis Mary. 06 E South 
Tultle B F, 27 W H ashington and 34 N Illi- 
nois 
Trautroai.n & C.'., cir. Eist and Nrrth 
Wallace Andrew, cor. Virginia ave and S 

Dclawaie 
Werbe L F, 185 W Wi'sh'nston 
Went:, r Michael, 20 N Noble 
Wilkiiis Ji;hn A. 32 E Mai ket 
Werner P, 78 W Washington 
Wood .\, cor. Illinois ;!nd Vermont 
W,:ullen Wm M. 82 W Vermont 
Worland Wm. 37 Virginia ave 
\\ right W W, cor. Washington .ind Dela- 
ware 
Yeater C, 215 E Washington 
Youngerman G B, 209 E Washirgton 



Guns and Pist'^ls^ Manufac 
turcrs and. £>caier«. 

Beck Chris iar, 15 S Meridian 
Beck J.HCob, 80 E Washington 
Parker E 'gar, 17 S Illi> ois 
McLaughlin John A, 254 E Washington 

Hardivarc and Cutlery. 

City Har '.ware Store, 12 W Washington 

Kellogg H S. 66 E Wadiington 

Pott.geB.76W Washi gtiu 

Vajen J H, 21 W Was ington 

y irnegut Clen, 142 K W.isliinglon 

Wilson J B 4 W Washington 

Wood A D, 71 E Washington 

HatS) Caiis and Furs. 

Bam'ergerll, 16 E Washington 
Hickok & Stiirr, 3!t W Wasliingion 
Reed He jamin F, 22 E Washington 
Uos<nbergS. 73 E Washingtjn 
Wilmot S, 8 W Wtshiugton 

Hide and Lieatlicr Dealers. 

{See aho Tanntm.) 
Fishback John. 30 S Meriliau 
Moon-ys & Co., 75 S Meriditn 
S ariJe J K 9.i E Washington 
Voii.fgutC, 142 E Washi::gton 
Yandes & Co., 38 E Washiogtun 

Hosiery and 'JTrinisning^s. 

McCoUin Phillip Q, 7 N Merii.ian 

Hotels and Proprietors. 

American House, WIggim & Mnirow, pro- 
prietors Louisima, opp. Union Dcpii'. 
Bates House, Wil.'iiui Juds n, pri pr ttor, 

cor. 11 intisaijd Washinglon 
Batty House, J H Batty, pioprietor, 31 N 

Alabama 
Californi llnuse, 136 -^ Illinois 
Cincinnati House, P Wolfe. |)ro|irietor, Dela- 

war , liet South and Louisi na 
East Strett House, Hemy llahn, proprietor, 

Ea;t, near Pe u Dejiot. 
Farmer.^' Hotel, II Buehdg, proprietor, 61 3 

Illinois 
Farmers' and Drovers' Hotel, J Harris, pro- 

p ietnr, 212 W Washington 
Gait House. John lltblle, proprietor, 98 S 

Illinois 
Ind ana I'ous", 31 E Market 
Jefferson Iliiuse, South, near Mpdison Dtpot 
Jack-on House, near .Va lison Dejiot 
L;ttl--'s Hotel, A 11 liyde, jjroprittor, cor. 

Washington and New Jeisey 
Macy ll'use, A S Kingsley, proprietor, cor-. 

Mark t and lllin-i s 
National Hotel, D Bender, proprietor, 217 W 

Washing' on 
Orien al H use. F Co?tigan, proprietor, S 

Illinois, bet. Maryhunl and Ge rL'ia 
Palmer House. Jese D Carmichael, cor. 

Washing on Mud Illinoii 
PattisoTi Hous , 31 N. Alabama 
Pennsylvania Hou.e 2ti8 E Wa;hington,cor. 

East. 
Pyle House, John Pyle, proptiator, cor. 

Mary lag! and Illinois 
Ray House. Ray & Lambert, proprietor:, cor. 

South a.Ml Delaware 
Tremo t II^cs , J Ki kle, proprietor, qor. 

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Tully House, Wm. Tuliy, proprietor, 79 S 

Illinois 
WasliinjtDii House, John Mattler, proprietor, 

b3 S Me itliin 

Ice Dealrrs. 
liuckhart Jackson. 14G " . Mirsissippi 
Viits (jeo ge VV, res. IS Indiana «ve. 

Iiisurti"ce Companies^ 

(Home.) 

Oei'man M .tuiil Iiisuiauce Co. of Indiana. 

y.'i E \V,;shiiig;on 
ludiaiiapolis Insurance Co., office H and IG 

Mer diau 
Iiadiaiiiip I is Life Insurance Co., office l-J S 

vl riilian 
Ris ng Sun Insurance Co., 14 and IC S Me 

ridian 
Wlii e River Valley Insurance Co., Ray's 

IJlo k. 

Siisurancc Campanics, 

(Foreijj»«.) 

Mi, a, (Pir',) JE na In-. 15u 1 iing, N Penn- 

sylvana, be . W sliingt'm a d Market. 
BiilisU Commercial, (Lite.) Blaclclora's Bu.ld 

ing 
Cliartei-Oak, (Fi e,) Odd Fellows' II>11 
L'liarier O.ik, (Li e ) iilnciiford s Building 
Ciiy, (b'ire.) 151 nklonl's Buildng 
Connecticut, (l''iie,) cor. Waslniigton and 

.Meridian 
Cdniiectiiui Mutua', (Life,) TO E Washington 
Conway, ( ire.) Odd t'ellowa' Hall 
Fulton, (Kii-- .) New York, 7(i E Washington 
Hamde... (f re,j id Fell vts' H.ll 
H,irtf,)rd, (Fire.) lllarkford's Building 
111 me, (b'iie.) Blacxiord'.s Buildii g. 
lluiunnl II, (b'ire ) Blaokfnr.'s Builrting 
Kuickerliocke , (Lile,)cor. Washington and 

M lidlan. 
Vanlia-lan. (Lif^,) Od 1 F-.ll.iws' Hall 
Manila till (tire } cor. Washington and Me- 

ri'lian 
Mas^asiit, A Graydon, agent 
Merchants', IJlack ford's Building 
New Knislind, (Lif-,) BIdck'ord's Building 
New liiigland, (Fire,) cor. Washington and 

M riilian 
Noilh America, (Fire,) M:na. Insurance 

IJuil.ing 
Park, (b'ir-,) cor. Washington and Meridian 
Pe ria. Odd I el osvs' Hall 
Phcenix, Hartford, Blickf rd's Building 
Phoj ,i.N, (File.) Biook!jn,N v., 70 E Wash- 
ington 
Qukfr ' i(y, err. Washington and Meridian 
Springfield, Alex, (jraydou, agent 
Iron Railiiiif. 
numont a Sinker, S Peirpylvania 
WilliaiuBon & Haugh, iJ N Delaware 

Iron and Siccl. 
Bust Thnmas. 70 W Was iiigton 
Kelog.; H S, Oli E Wash n.toa 
Murphy & Hollidav, 3-1 E Wa hington 
Poltaii- B, 7i> W W; shirigton 

Jubtsces of tlie Peace. 
Toulon Charles, 07 13 Wasliington 
Cu tis .Andrew, 39 E Washington 
F sher Ch.\'l3. 1 N .Mer dian 
Sullivan Wiiiam, 47 E Washington 

Jliardt Oil« Soap and Candles. 

Ku liy & S lithers, f-ffice 9 W Washington 
Tilly H & Co., Bluff Koad 



L<ast and Peg OTanufacturers. 

Osgood, Smith & Co., 180 S II inois 
lii^^^htning: Rods, (Copper.) 

Locke Si, .Vluns n, I Blaokl rd's Building 
Hall Willi im, S W cor. Washingtou and 
Meridian 

liinie u.nA Cement. 

Burnam George, Crf tral Depot 
ButscU Val-niine, N of the M. and I. Rail 
road Depot 

Liivery^ Siilc and Boarding-. 

Allen & Hinesley rear of I'almer House 

Brinkman &. Bucksot, 17 6 De aware 

Ci izens' Li\ery Stabl , William Wi.kison, 

propristor, jo I'earl 
Ilernuiu x liri-ensteinner, 114 E Market 
Johnston Oliver, i'earl. bet. Meridian and 

Illinois 
Lands Jacob, 18 E Maryland 
North Oaj)' Myron. 24 S Pennsylvania 
I'atterson J M,34 E Maryland 
Wood & Foudray, lu N reuusylvania 

Loan Oi'tficeii. 

Cain John, 8}i E Washington 

Holloway C B, ti>2 \V VViiShington, upstairs 

Kline Henry. 77 a 1.1 nois 

liocksniitli. 

Reinhardt Joseph, Illinois, S of Wi.shington 

Lumber^ LatJi and Shing-les. 

BrowH P, 'J75 Massachusetts ave. 

Byrrit &. lieMra, (in S, Tennes-ee 

Kregeli), B ake & Co., cor. Canal and New 
Vork 

McCord & Wheatley, 119 S Delaware 

Mars' « J & C<'., 14li Wa-hingtori 

Walker & King, cor. New Yor.v and Tennes- 
see 

Marble Workers. 

Dame Jaso , 67 E Washington 

Downey Michael, cor. Washing; ton and Ala- 
bama 

James Se'.h C. 104 S Illinois 

ICe,\s Wm. A, 2U S Meridian 

Richards & G ddard, < or. Market and Ten- 

Seybold M & Co , 1.5 N Pennsylvania 
Weir J W &. Bro., 13 Virginia ave. 

Mercliant Tailors. 

Bodanti H,l.)8 W Washington 

Criqui .VI, 158 E Washin ton 

Dtrnhim M, I VV Wnshington 

!• eQsar Bros., 2 E Wasliington 

Franco D. 2 Palmer House 

Gerstner &. llogge, 104 E Washington 

Glasser & liros., 2 Ba'es House 

(joepper F, 15 K Washington 

Gramling J & P. 41 K Washington 

Hall K A, 2 Odd Fellows' ilali 

Ilotz & Co., II i loi-i, near G-rorgia 

McGi' nisO 39 E. Washington. 

Moritz & Bro., 3 E Washington and 19 W 

Washirigton 
Scwaemlein E, 103 E Wa-^h'nglon 
Sliililmeifr& Meyer, 144 E Wasliington 
Saiilh & Morgan. 3> E Washington 
Steinmann J, 25 S Meridian 



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TMpking &. Bee' er. G3 E Washington 
Tiilljoti Jiiiuts W, 3 \V AViisliiugUii 

I7Iitliiier!« and Dress Makers. 

Aldeiie Madame. 118 N Illinois 

IJaker Miss Struh A, 20 b Illinois 

Balitr Mr?. ' ni a, "U S Il.inois 

Case beiry Mrs. M, l^l iiss ichnsettsave 

Coiielaiid Joshua W. 7 S Mei- dian 

Dawsoa Mi s t, 3 £ Michigan i oa'l 

Dietrich Mrs. M, 03 E \>> asliingt n 

Kahncsiock Miss C S K &. Co., 22 S Illinois 

F^irrell Miss K 21 S Dia^are 

Kiscus Mrs. Eliiabelh. IT4 E Washington 

Hani Mrs M.iry A, II Indiana a.\e 

lleely Ann, U Alaliama 

lluey Miss Sinesia, 18 N Illinoi? 

lluinphrey Miss Mary. 30 N Pennsylvania 

Johnson Mis.s Maria, 3 N Me idian 

Kelly Mrs. A-n. 3 N Mer.dian 

Kiik Mis E, 39 N Pennsy vania 

L WQiau Mrs. N, 58 E St. Clair 

Watihfws Mrs Marg ret, 124 E Market 

Prati Mrs. L A, Duidip's Row, N Meridian 

Kumann Mrs Natalie, lifl E \Va h ugton 

Smitli M'ss Catharii e, 71 E Ma ket 

Smith Uii. !>ophia, 8(> E Gard n 

Thomas Mrs. M .1, 46 W Washington 

Webb Miss Hannah A, 18 N Illinois 

Wilson Mrs. E, 18 N Illiiois 

W.ss.rt Mrs. S S, 25 N Alabama 

Model Builders* 

McDonald Currin E, Sentinel Building 
McLean & Gummer, cor. Maryland and Me- 
ridian 
Perine & .Mayhew, 1 3d floor lilake's Build- 
ing, cor. Washington and Kentucky ave. 

Money Broker. 

Wiky Wm Y, lOH E W'ashington, up stairs. 

Music and Musical Instru> 
nients* 

Ames James, cor. W Washington 
Willard .!*; Slowell, 4 Batis House 

Wcivs Depots. 
Perrine Charl- s 0, Union Depot 
Thompson Mrs. M,at po.^totlice 

IVe wspapers and Periodicals. 

Christian Record, E Goodwin, proprietor, 
Journal Office 

Herald & Era, Williamson &. Lee, tdi'ors 
and publishers, cor. Washington and Me- 
ridian 

Indiana .American, T A GDrdwin, proprieor, 
lear > f Glenn's B'cck. 

Indiana Farmer, (weeklj.) JN Ray, editor 
and publi<her, office over prstcUice 

Indiana Free Press, (German,) Rllenninger, 
proprietor, 83 E Wa liinion 

Indiana IMIk tftil00, daily ani weekly, 
•NiiWB & iMieMp, proprietors, )fllM», 
an<i 9, E ^' asfiinglon 

Indiana Sc ool Journal, Phelps, editor, 
Sentimd ' ci 

Indiana Vulksblatt, Julius Boettieher, pro- 
prietor, I'O E Washington 

Indi napoli'daily and vreekly Jourral, pub- 
1 shed by IndiaBapoli- Journal Co., 8S 
Pennsylvania, new building Ciicle, cur. 
Me idian 

Locomotive, (weekly,) Elder Sc. llarkness, 
proprietors, 2 S Meridian 



Repository, (co .,) Elijah Weaver, Journal 

Oihce. 
The Witness, M G Clark, e 'itor and prcprie- 

tor, office Odd Fellows' Hall 

IVolaries Public. 

Bowles Thomas II, lU E Wjigliinsiton 

Brown linatius, li) , E Was ington 

Coburn Joh , Johns' n's Bud ling, E W.ish- 
invrton. I et. Me idian and Peiinsylvanii 

Conn r & Fish'iack,Coll>-ge Hall Bull log 

Deford V\ illiara R, :i5 E W^.s' ington. 2.1 Il.or 

Dunlop John S, cor. Washington and Meri- 
dia's up stairs 

Elliot B K. 24 s E Washington 

Fergus n K. Sentinel Boihling 

Grubbs D AV, S W cor. Washington snd Me- 
r.dian 

Hall C W, 39 W Washington, 2 ' floor 

Hines C C, .lohnso' 's Buil'liu:; 

Ilolloway C B, AV Wash u ton, bet Mendian 
and 11 inois 

Ilowland Livini'ston, 13 E AA'ashington 

Milner J, 84 E AVashington 

Morris Samuel V, 24>i E AVashington, up 
stairs 

O'Neil Hugh, 45 E Washio'-'ton 

Patterson Wi'liam. 7 W AWshington 

Penin George K, College Hall Building, 45 
E AA^asliiugt n 

Seidensticker A, 95 E AVasViington 

i-herwo d 11 L, 21 E Wa^hi itjlou 

?mith Watt J, R y's B ilding 

Smith C C, 95 E AVashiii' ton 

Sini h Francis, 37 E Wafhingt n 

Strange A\' K , Court House 

Taylor N B, 311 1^ W Washington 

A'aile H M, 21 E AVashington 

AVallach J L, opp. Couit llt-use, E AA'ashing- 
ton 

Wallace & Harrison Temperance Hall 

AVilson M, 95 E Washirgton 

AVoodbury J G, i>:cOuat"s BKck, Kentucky 
ave 

AViley AVm Y, I0}i E AVashington 

Nurseries. 

Fletcher, AVilliams and Lnomis, 14 S Penn- 
sylvania 
Hill, Goldsmith &. Co., 81 E AVashington 

Occulist and Aurist. 

Gustin L, cor. Lou siana and Illinois 
Opticians. 

Moses Lucius AV, 2(1 E AA'ashington 
SemmoLS J II & Co., 19 S Illinois 

Paint and Color Works. 

Beck & Moffitt, 87 E AVashington 

Painters and Glaziers* 

Baker k. Kelly, cor. Washington and Meri- 
dian 
Beale Joshua. 133 A'irginia ave. 
Blain James AV, 31 S Delaware 
Cook M R, cor Meridian and Maryland 
Ferti^ Frank, 4 E AVashington 
Hulings John P, 12 >, S Pennsylvania 
Knotts Nim K, 35 >i E AVashington 
Long P D, 28 d Meridian 
Maker George W, S AV cor. AVashington iind 

Meridiiin 
Mc Adams H H, 35 E Washington 
Osgood J B, 24 Kentucky ave. ; 



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Stilts & English, cor. Meridian and Wash 

injiton 
Whittrid-e Vi illiam, 82 E Washington 

Paper Uox Maker. 

Grobe Chirles H, 125 E Washingtcn 
Patent ITledicincs. 

Brell Chester II, 5 N Meri Han 
Frost J M & Co., 5 N Meridian 
Koberts Dwi^ht, ti Louisiana 

Patent Solicitors. 

r.ug?en Dr. E T, 19 S Missis-ipyi 
Ellsworth, f'olley & Redstone, 10 S Meridian 
Okey Joseph U, 114 N East 

Pliyslcians. 

Aiy^ett Lawson, 20 Vir>.'inia ave. 

Arnold 4c. Davir. 40'^ Louisiana, up stairs 

R;iine Thomas. 68 Blackford 

Hell MUe u'). 124 N Delaware 

fioljbs J S, 1T2 E Washington, up stairs 

l!o.vd J T, 28 N Illinois 

Brown Clay, 23 S STeridian 

Bullacd Talbot, 23 S Meridian 

liuUa d VV K, with Dr. T BuUard 

Cawd 11 n B, 180 S Pennsylvania 

Cook St^ph^n S, 34 Ellsworth 

Corliss C T, 53 Maryland 

Darrach G M,41 N New Jersey 

Dicki fon James L, 241 S Alabama 

D idge& Scott, 3 Glenn's Block 

Doneghy John T, 20 E Washington, up stairs 

Dorsay Nicholas, 46 and 48 N Pe: nsylvania 

Iioupberty Zadok, California, W side near 
Market 

Dunlap John M, Indiana Hospital for the 
Insane 

Tiuniiip L, 12 Virginia ave 

Eleiiby James, 21 S I'elaware 

Elliott Th -mas B, 28 il Illinois 

Et ng J, 53 S Pennsylvania 

Fahiiestock SamU';!, 19 W Washington 

Fishback Charles, office 146 Virginia are. 

Funkhouser David. .'> H Meridian 

Gaston John M, S E cor. New York and New 
Jersey 

Gi Hn John, 25 Ramsny's Block 

Oustiii Levi, coi . Louisiana and Illinois 

Ilomburg K' cradin , 24>2 E Washington 

Howard & Conwell, 52 S Illinois 

Jameson & Funkhouser, 5 S Meridian 

Keeiy Ia\ac I, 62 B Mii-Mgnn 

Kend'ick Wm 11.33 N East 

Ki.chen J M, 3 W Cjr. Washington and Me- 
riaian 

Klein Emel, 100 E New York 

liowcry George D, 164 N Noble 

L'ulden Beniamin M, 14 N Illinois 

Lynch Michael, Virginia ave., near Washing- 
ton 

McCann Samuel I), 29 N East 

Mfars George W, 14 ' ircle 

Merrill J'din F, ]5() W Washington 

Musgrove I'hillip B bds. N Tennes-ee 

Newcomer F' S, 14 Circle 

Parry & Wright, 12 E Market 

Parvin Theip ilus, 69 N Alabama 

Pleis'nts John, 3UE M rket 

Rhnads John W, '.'5 Ramsay's Block 

Rosent^ial Is-iac M, 30 S Illinois 

Ruckfr James S, .'58 W V rmont 

Schindlcr Rib^-it, 244 E Washington 

Stedman E P, 53 N New Jersey 

St-vecs T M, 172 E Washington 



Stout Oliver H, 19 W Maryland 
Teal Nathanifl. 38J^ W Washiniton 
T ompson & Woodburn, 14 E Marktt 
Tilly Jo ep'-', 1C8 S D lawsre 
Wiight Augustus, 28 N Illinois 

Piano Fortes. 

Ames James, cor. Washington and Kentucky 
ave 

Frae.vser George, cor Washington and Ala- 
bama, up stairs 

Willard & Stowell, 4 Ba'es House 

Planing^ Mills. 

Byrkit & Beam, 60 S Tennepsee 
Hill George W, cor. East and Georgia 
Kregflo, Blake & Co., cor. Canal and New 
Y'orK 

Plasterers. 
Hartman Mathew, 1(;8 N Alabama 
N rthway John, 14G E North 
Smith &, LaRue, 20 Kentucky ave 

Plumbers. 

Dunn John C, 22 Kentucky ave 
Ramsey & Ilanning, 85 W Washington 

Portrait Painters. 

Adams Mrs. J 6, 4 B ake's building 

Cox Jacob, 2 Blake's building 

Hays S B, 32 E Washincrton 

Neimeyer John H , over A B Wi'lard & Co. 

Professors oE Music. 

Brurnmer Charles, 33 N Alaliama 
Ewald Robert, Litt e's Hotel 
Gresh B-njamin F, N Illinois 
Hincs Edward, b is. 18 \' East 
Hunter belle, 125 E New York 
Lord Julia i F, 1^9 E Ohio 
Pearsall Peter R, '-0 S Tennessee 

Printers, Book and Job. 

Bingham & Doughty, Sentinel buildiogs 
Btetticber J, 13U E Washington 
Cameron Wra S, 8 E Pearl 
Elder & Ilarkes?, 2 S Meridian 
Fahnestock John, 19 W Washington 
Journal Company, lu S Pennsylvania 

Publislicrs, Book. 

Ashfr & Co., Odd Fellows' Hall, up stairs 
Bii.g'iam & Doughty, Sentinel bu Iding 
HawisGeo VV, Sentinel building 
t<utherland ic McEvoy, E Washington 
Tal ott John T, bds Palmar House 

Pump Makers. 

Child, rs John P, 151 S Noble 

Hall 1 yttl, E Vermont, near Massachusetts 

ave 
nasket & Kyle, Pearl, rear of Post office 
Wri-ht \V G, Maryland 

Keal Estate Agents. 

(See Agents, Heal Estate.) 

Real Estate Auctioneers. 

Wiley Wm Y. Wyi E Washington 
Restaurants. 

Beck Edward, Crystal Palace, 44 W Wash- 
ington 

Dieta Adam, ParadiseGarden,C5 Fort Wayne 
ave 



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Dietz Geo & Co, Washington Hall, 78 and 80 

W WashinceoT 
Punn Thomas B, 7 N Illinois 
Kastman Heiiry, car. Illinris an^ Louisiara 
Fla^g Seth A. Magn -lia, 9 S Illinois 
HtiJenreioh C listopher, lOS E Washington 
IIiiK Martin. Capi'al, 14 E Washington 
Ledlle John, Pearl, Little's Hotel 
Lang I ew s. 17 E Washington 
Uhoflius Geori-'e, National, 27 S Meridian 
Wolf Jacob, 162 E Washington 

Rolling ITIill. 

Inilianarolis Rolling Mill Co., cor. Merrill 
and Mississipi)i 

Saddle ami Harness Makers. 

Andra John. 190 E WnsliinKt^n 
151.,ir Jam's M. 87 W Wnshin-'ton 
Ilinesley & Ilereth, 34 W Washington 
Nicolai Charles, 208 E W^tshingt n 
Suli;rove Jerome B. 44 K Washington 
Sulgrove & Reynolds, 20 W' Washington 

Saddlery Ilardtvare* 

Hineslcy & Herath, 34 W Washingtnn 
Sulgrove fc Reynold'. 20 W Washington 
Sulgrove J B, 44 E Washington 

Saloons. 

Balcke Chariest 17.5 E Washington 
Baliwei Fred'rtcV, 95 WjWpshington 
Bit«s House S:joon, N ijlincis 
Bed Edward. ^ W Wj-sliington 
Beelte U, 23 W ^^ ashiiigton 
Blaes N,OG S DelHw;ire 
Bolt Henry, Ki'J B AVashington 
Buehri? II, ¥ar|ners' Hotel 
Buscher Henry ,'5 1 E South 
Braden;ier Henry, 3l2 Virgir^ia ave 
BrinqiEi yer John C, 75 E Washington 
Hussey John. 3{! Louisjina 
Deis^er John, South, near Madison Depot 
Dir'kmann Carh If^C E Washintrton 
Dietz G«o & Co , 78 ^.nd 80 W Washington 
Dunn T B, 7 !^ 111 nots 
Elff tC Re^'enaor, 25 S Meridian 
Bmmeat'gger .Matthias, 1 1 and 113 E Wash- 
ington 
Earict John I/, 12 W Louisiana 
Frenzel John P, 8j 8 Illinois 
Hu.lenre'ch Cjl68 E Washington 
|l dl C,77 E W.is'.i'pton 
Hoppe Geo-ge. 81 S Meridiin 
Hug Martin," 14 E Was'iinu-ton 
Imbery .\.ug stus, 86 E Washington 
Johnson Benj iiniii F, basement Palmerllousc 
ITistner ,\dam, CMlifornia House 
Kollmeyer John C, 138 E Washington 
Lan:,' Lewis, HE >'■ ashinL'ton 
Ledlie John, unda* Lit'le's Hotel 
Mbttler .Tohn, »3 S Meridian 
Moe ch T H, Apollo. Garden 
Jionnitiger D .% C, 121 E Washington 
M Her Ctia'h's T, S side Niitional road 
Niiltner A, 117 3 Tennessee 
N'ewcouoer Christian. 13 W Washington 
Petrie Johr, 222 B- Washington 
Has man n Ch.rle-, 1 19 E vt ashington 
Ke^'enauer Wm. 2.5 3 Meridi in 
Reiiard E. 27f^ E Wasbinaton 
Stihlin Martin. binder Tr^raont IIous* 
^V ale.sinski S, 27 N Alaham,-* 
WalsJian Fred, 5.5 S llPnois 
Wolf Jacob, 162 E Washington 



Sash^ Doors and Blinds. 

Behymer Daniel, fi N Delaware 
Byrkit <& Ream, eor Gt-'orL-ia ani Tennessee 
Hill Geo W, cor. East and Geo- gia 
Kre elo, Blake & Co., cor. New York and 
Canal 
SaAV Manufacturers. 
Atkins El as C, 155 S Illinois 
Coffin Nathan T, E of Uuin Depot 

Saw Mills. 

Hill 6 W, cor. Eas' and Georgia 

St-vens G D, ne ir M,adisoii Depot 

We'ls \\m V, Massachusetts ave, near limits 

Wishmier C, 189 N Davidson 

Seed Stores. 

BirVenmeyer P S & Co , 74 E Washington 
Bradeu D, 84 W Washington 

Silver Sniitlis. 

Bacon RoVert D. rear of 24 E Washington 
Covfrt Isaac, P^i ^^ Washington 
Iliggics Wm B, 136 N Alabama 

Stair Builder. 

Chester A A, cor. Pennsylvania and Union 

Stock Broker. 

Wiley Wm Y, lO'^ E Washington 

Stoneware. 

Middlemas D C, 107 W Washington 

Surveyors. 

Allen Charles F, 8 Rlake's block 
Harper J hn L, 2C3 Wasiiington 
Hos')rook Daniel B. 108 N Mississippi 
8tein Frederick, cnr. JIarktt -nnd Cady 
Wood James, 3 Bluke's building 
Wood James N, 3 Blak-'s building 

Tanners. 

Creasser Wm, E Washington, E of Pogue's 
Run 

Hoffman Henry, bet. Washington and Ma- 
ryland 

Patters jn T T N, 71 N Alabama 

Tea Dealers. 

{See also Grocers) 

Daggett W, 22 S Meridian 
Donaldson, Maxfield it Prine, 71 W Wash- 
ington 
He:rilinger J A , 10 Bates House 
Kirland P, 73 .S Meridim 
Muir James, 33 W Market 

Telegrapli Office. 

Western Union, 1 N Meridian 

Tinware and Stoves. 

Cox Charles, 11 W Wash'ngton 
Frankem Isaac L, 9 Virgi- ia ave 
G Idsberry Livinsrton D, 182 E Washington 
Kevill Robert L, 70 E Louisiana 
McOuat R L * A W', (19 W Washington 
Muns.n &. Johnston, G2 E Wash npton 
Pottage Berjamin. 70 W W;,sliingtou 
Rexford & Smiib, 11 S I:linois. 



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Root, Bennett & Co., 6S E Washington 
Vcegtle Jacob, 177 E Wa hing ou 

Trunk Manufacturers. 

Beker II, 30 W Washington 

Sulgrove & Reynolds, 2U W Wasliington 

Turner. 

Kolb Louis, Georgia, near Pennsylvania 

Umbrella Maker. 

Mayer John F, CO E Washington 

Undertakers. 

Burgtorf Fredericlf , 129 E Wnshinsiton 
Ileri'iiion & Greensteiiiiier, 114 K Marliet 
Long Matthew, 28 S Meri(iinn 
Weaver & Williams, 72 W Washington 

Vincg'ar Manufacturers. 

Dink Andrew, 135 Indiana ave 
Ludlow Cyrus, near Madison Depot 

AVagon Manufacturers. 

Jones & Van Bldricutr, C, 8, 10 an*! 12 E 

Maryland 
Montague Wm, 12 N Delaware 
Munsell Henry, Wabash alley, bet. Liberty 

and N ble 
Richmann & Buchanan, 211 E Washington 
Youngerman i Wise, 122 S Delaware 

Wall Papers. 

Roll Isaac TI 16 S Illinois 
Werden E & Co , 20 E v\ ashington 

Watches and Jewelry. 

Bingham W P * Co., 2 E Washiigton 
Daumont S II, 9 S Meridian 



Draeger Charl-s, 1(13 E Washington 

Feller George, 17 N Illinois 

Fergus n C A & Co. 7 W Weshington 

French C G, 37 \V VYa^hingtnn 

McLeiie Jeeraiah, I Bstes House 

Rech M, 80 W Washington 

Talbott W II & Co , 24 E Washington 

AVell Diggers. 

Donovan Peter, 127 E New York 
Rosi Robert, res. 13.j E New Y^ork 

IV'ues and Liiquors* 

Butcher & Co., 140 W ^a?hing>nn 
Emineiich & Hesse, 91 and 93 W Washing- 
ton ' 
Halt James & Co., 84 E Washington 
.1 ■■G0)M t Adolp,h,'579E Wismpgton 
Kirland P, 73 S Meri.fJan 
Leipr Anton, 140 E W ishingfon 
Middlemas D'C. H*7 W Washing'on 
MuttUerJohn. 212 K W^shio^ton 
Ron. ntfial A, 88 Louisl>na 
Rusofihiiiipt & Bain. 82 K Washington 
VoKiie- ChHr.'eat,113 E Was">liijgton 
Woolf M, S'flliuois. near Georgia 

AVood and AVillow Ware. 

Klotz & Pfafflin, 29 W Washington 

Woolen Factories. 

Geis-ndoiffG W At Co., 268 W Washington 
Merritt b. Coughlen, S side W Washington, 
near river 

Yankee Notions and Toys. 

Ping S, jr.. 32 W Washington 
Crossland J. A,75 W Wasitpgfon 
Hausmann II & Co.. G K Washington 
Klotz & Pfiffln. 29 W Washington 
I'arker Edgar, 17 S Illinois. 



GDEUM SALOON 

Cor. of Washington and New Jersey Streets, 

OPPOSITE LITTLE'S HOTEL, 

INDiANAPOLIS, mDiMtt. 
JACOB WOLF, - - - Proprietor. 



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Hai-^illai iJudson, 
Wareham Griswold, 
Phillip Ripley, 
Roswell Brown. 



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"William W. House, 
Alonzo W. Birge, 
Charles Forbes, 
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Albert V. Day, 
J. B. Russell, 
R. C. Osborn, 
.J. II. Sprague. 



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Secretary. 



PiALPH GILLETT, 

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CITY GOVERNMENT. 



Annual Election Second Tuesday in May. Council meets 
every other saturday night. 



CITY OFFICERS FOR 1860. 

Mayor — S. D. Maxwell. 
Treasurer, James M. Jameson ; Clerk, John G. Waters ; 
Marshal, Jefferson Sjiringsteen ; Deputy Mai^shal, J. J. Bisb- 
ing ; City Encjineer^ James \Yood, sr.; Assistant Engineer, 
James Wood, jr.; Street Commissioner, Henry Colestoek ; 
Market Master, Charles John ; Assessor, R. W. Eobinson ; 
City Attorney, B. K. Elliott. 

COUNCILMEN. 

First Ward, Sims A. Collej, Samuel Seiberts. 
Second Ward, T. P. ITaaghej^, Andrew Wallace. 
Third Ward, J. S. Pratt, Jacob Yandegrilt. 
Fourth Ward, Erie Locke, George W. Guisendorff. 
Fifth Ward, E. II. Kuhlmann, Stephen McNabb. 
Sixth Ward, Alexander Metzger, Hermann Tilly. 
Serenth Ward, Thos. Cottrell, Charles Richmann. 

WATCHMEK 

Captain, A D. Pose, Thos. Amos, Halden Davis, Charles 
Curtt-r, Richard Ware, Frederick Shergart, John S. Russell, 
Hubbard Adams, Hannibal Taffee, John Farrell. 

Sealer of Weights and Measures, Cyrus W. Butterfield. 

Keeper of Cemetery, G. W. AUred. 

School Trustees, David S. Beat}', John Love, D. V. Cull}-. 

CENTER TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Constables, David VV. Loucks, Robert B. Barbee, John 
Hanna, Edward Davis; Trustee, Jacob Nieman. 



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MARION COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Jwiye of Common Pleas Court, John Coburn ; Clerk of Cir- 
cuit and Common Pleas Court, John C. New ; Principal 
Depitty, Fred. Kneflei-; Sheriff, John Wallace; Becorder, 
Alexander (t. AVallace ; Deputy, Wm. J. Wallace; Coroner, 
John Moffitt; Treasurer, Thomas D. Barker; Deputy, 
Samuel Vanlandingham ; Auditor, Jacob W. Wriij:ht ; Dejnity 
Auditor, Warren L. Lockhart ; Surveyor, Eoyal Mayhew ; 
Prosecuting Attorney Court of Common Pleas, James N. 
Swcetzer; Commissioners, Levi A. Hardesty, Thomas John- 
son, Samuel Moore. 



COURTS. 
UNITED STATES CIllCUIT COUKT. 
Held at the State House on the third Mondays of Novem- 
ber and May in eacli 3'ear. 
Circuit Judge, John McLean. Circuit C/er/i, Horace Eassett. 

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT. 

Held at the vState House on the third Mondays of Novem- 
ber and May in each year. Clerk's office at State Bank 
building. 
District Judge, Elisha M. Huntington ; District Clerk, John 

II. Rea ; District Attorney, Daniel W. Voorhees. 

UNITED STATES MARSHALL. 

Marshal, John L. Robinson ; office State Bank buildings. 
Deputy Alarshals, Geo. McOuat, Samuel Barbour, C. W. 
Seely ; United States Commissioners, John H. Rea, Reginald 
H. Hall, H. C. Newcomb. 

SUPREME COURT. 

Court meets in State House fourth Mondays in May and 

November. 

Judges, Andrew Davidson, J. L. Worden, James M. Hanna, 
Samuel E. Perkins ; Clerk, William B. Beach ; Sheriff, 
Henry H. Nelson. 

MARION CIRCUIT COURT. 
Meets at Court House, Indianapolis, fourth Mondays in 

March and September. 

Judge Fifth Judicial Circuit, Fabius M. Finch ; Clerk, John 
C. New ; Prosecuting Attorney, W. P. Fishback. 

MARION COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. 
Meets at the Court House. Indianapolis, second Mondays in 

February, June, August and December. 

Judge, J. Coburn ; Clerk, John C. New ; Prosecuting Attor- 
ney, James N. Sweetzer. 



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INDIANAPOLIS STEAM FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

Established on tlie principle of regular and specified com- 
pensation to all employed under the auspices of this de- 
partment. 

Cliief Engineer, Joseph AV. Davis. 
Company No. 1, hand engine, Xcw Jersey, N. of Wash- 
ington. Chas. Richmond, Capt. 
Compan}' No. 2, steam engine, Washington, W. of West. 
Company No. 3, South, bet. Delaware and Alabama. 



MILITARY. 

INDIANAPOLIS CITY GREYS. 

Organized August 12, 1857. Place of meeting. Military 
Hall, E. AVashington street. Drill meetings every Tues- 
day evening. Business meeting, 1st Monday evening of 
each month. Number of members, S3. 

OFFICERS. 

E. Ilartwell, Commandant ; W. F. Harris, 1st Lieutenant ; 
li. S. Foster, 'Id Lieutenant; B. K. Elliott, M Lieutenant; T. 
F. Holland, Atli Lieutenant; Geo. Butler, \st Sergeant; D. W. 
Carlisle, 2d Sergeant; E. C. Brundage, 'Sd Sergeant; S. W. 
Elliott, Ath Sergeant; C. S Buttertield, Mh Sergeant; James 
O. Brown, 1st Corporal; AV. F. Oglcsb}-, 2^^ Corj^oral; T. S. 
Campbell, 3rf Corporal; J. N. Ma3'he\v, Ath Corporal; Thomas 
McBaker, Quartermaster; Geo. Kodius, Ensign; S W Elliott, 
Secretary; Capt. E. Ilartwell, Treasurer. 

CITY GPtEYS ARTILLERY COMPANY. 

F. A. Colestock, Captain; L. Demoss, Lieutenant; H. D. 
Carlisle, Sergeant; B. K. Elliott, Secretary; Wm. Reeves, 
T'reasurer. 

INDIANAPOLIS NATIONAL GUARDS. 
Organized March 11th, 185G. Place of meeting, JEtna In- 
surance Building, N. Pennejdvania street. Number of 
members, 8-1. 

OFFICERS. 

Irwin Harrison, Commandant; AA^'inston P. Noble, \st Lieu- 
tenant; Harvey Bates, jr., "Id Lieutenant; James Drum, 'M 
Lieutenant; Charles Coulon, Ath Lieutenant; John Lindlej-, 
Ensign; W. AV' Darnall, Ist Sergeant; George Sloan, 2d Ser- 
geant; Dorman N. Davidson, '6d Sergeant; L. Adams, Ath Ser- 
geant; Captain North, Drum Major; E. G. AVard, Ist Corporal; 
David Braden, 2d Corporal; L. R. Garner, M Corporal; Jas. 
Moore Ath Corporal; John Fashestock, Secretary; AVinston P. 



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Noble, Treasurer; Jacob Vandcgrift, Quartermaster; J. R. 
Bracken, Commissary; John Kitchen, Surgeon. 

MAEION LIGHT DEAGOONS. 
Organized August, 1858. jSTumber of members, 50. 

OFFICERS. 

Joim Love, Commandant; If. H. Dodd, 1st Lieutenant; J. 4V. 
Murphy, 2d Lieutenant; Francis Cunningham, Secretary; 
Harrison Dodd, Treasurer; 

INDIANAPOLIS ROLLING MILL COBIPANY. 
J. M. Lord, President and. Superintendent; C. V>. Parkman, 
Secretary; W. O. Eockwood, Treasurer; John Thomas, man- 
ager. 



INDIANAPOLIS GAS LIGHT AND COKE COMPANY. 
Established in 1850. Works located on Pei.nsjdvania street. 

Office 3 W. Wasliington street, 2d floor, near the corner 

of Meridian. 
Board of Directors. — D. V. CuUey, E. J. Peck, I. Mansur, 

S. A. Fletcher, jr., D. S. Beaty. 

OFFICERS. 

C. I. Brown, Superintendent; D. S. Beaty, President and 
Secretary; S. A. Fletcher, sr.. Treasurer. 



INDIANAPOLIS BUILDING, LOAN FUND AND SAV- 
INGS ASSOCIATION. 
Directors.— \\m. Y. Wiley, L. \. CuUey, L. S. ^^ewcll, J. B. 

MeChesney, Jaines M. Sharpe, Chas. G. French, Ed. T. 

Sinker, Samuel AVilmot, Andrew Wallace, Josiah E. 

Griffith. 

OFFICERS. 

Wm. Y. Wiley, President; David V. Guile}', Vice President; 
C. B. Davis, Secretary; S. A. Fletcher, Treasurer; John Ga- 
vin, Attorney; Andrew Wallace, Surveyor. 



BANKS. 
BANK OF THE STATE OF INDIANA. 
Office cor. Illinois and Kentucky avenue; caiMtal paid in, 
§3,051,750. 

Hugh McCulloch, President; James M. Eay, Cashier. 

BANK OF THE STATE OF INDIANA. BEANCH AT 
INDIANAPOLIS. 

Office N. E. cor. Meridian and E. Washington streets. 
Capital, 8200,000. 
George Tousey, President; C. S. Stevenson, Cashier. 



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BAISTKERS. 

IndianaiDolis Brunch Bunking Compuny, corner Pennsyl- 
vania and Washington streets. 
C. Fletchor, President; Tliomas H, Sharpe, Cashier. 
Fletcher S. A., No. 30 E. Washington street. 
Harrison A. & J. C. S., jSTo. 19 E. Washington street. 



HALLS AND PUBLIC BUILDINGS. 

.Etna Building, N. Penns3'lvania. 

Odd Fellows' Hall, cor. Washington and Pennsylvania. 
Masonic Hall, cor. of Washington and Tennessee. 
College Hall, S. W. cor. Washington and Pennsylvania. 
Temperance Hall, Washington, N. side, bet. Meridian and 

Illinois. 
AYashington Hall, Washington, E. of Tennessee. 
Ihiioii Hall. Washington, opp. Court House. 
Military Hall, Washington, bet. Meridian and Pennsylvania. 
Court House, Washington, bet. Delaware and Alabama. 
State House, Washington, bet. Tennessee and Mississippi. 
Metropolitan Hall, cor. Washington and Tennessee. 
Sons of Malta Hall, Washington, bet Meridian and Pennsyl- 
vania. 



POST OFFICE. 

Office on Meridian street, near corner of Washington. Of- 
tice opens at 7-V A. M., and closes at 7iV P. M. On Sunda}- 
ii-om to 10 A". M. 

Postmaster, John .M. Talbott. ClerliS, James McCready, 
James Swain, James Eussell, E. C. Boj-d, E. A. Elder, J. 
L. Fish, C. G. Werbe, J. B. Morrison, H. McWorkman, 
George Sweetser, N, J. Dorsey, Eichurd Slater, James 
Diver, B. F Piley, John Brennan, William A Morrison. 

Special Agent, William Garver. 



LITERARY INSTITUTIONS. 

YOUNG MEN'S CHEISTIAN ASSOCIATION. 

Organized November, 1854. Eoom No. 7 Eay's Block, W. 

Washington, up stairs. 

President, Benjamin Harrison; Vice Presidents, one mem- 
ber from each Christian denomination; Pecording Secre- 
tary, Wm. H. Smith ; Corresponding Secretary, Charles W. 
Moores; Treasz/rcr, Chas. G. Stewart ; Librarian, Dr. A. S. 
Wright. 

This association has a library of over one thousand well 
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The regular meeting of the association is held at their 
rooms on the third Monday evening of each month. 

The Reading lioom 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 
o'clock A. M., or from one to 3 o'clock P. M., by calling on 
the librarian, Dr. A. S. Wright. 

Any person of good moi'al character may become a mem- 
ber of the association by the payment, in advance, of $1 00 
a 3'ear. 

IRVING ASSOCIATION. 
Organized December 15, 1859. 

OFFICERS. 

President, C. 11. Williams ; Vice President, S. Allamon ; 
Secretary, L. H. Crall ; Treasurer^ S. C. Frink ; Finance 
Committee, L. H. Crall and I. Kiingensmith. 

Tlie object of this association is the promotion of litera- 
ture and science, by means of popular lectures, &c. 

Meets at the President's office. No. 19 W. VVashington. 

METROPOLITAN LITERARY INSTITUTE. 

Meets every Tuesday evening at rooms Fletcher's Building. 

OFFICERS. 

President, Thos. J. Vater ; Vice President, B. F. Copeland; 
Secretary, Francis Smith ; Treasurer, J. II. Newmeyer ; Pe- 
vieicer. Rolin Defrees ; Critic, T. J. Vater. 



INDIANAPOLIS CHESS CLUB. 

Meets for practice on Monday, Wednesda}' and Friday 
evenings of each Aveek at No. 1 Blackford's Building, up 
stairs. 
President, Capt. John Love ; Secretary, Z. Lichtenhein ; 

Treasurer, A. E. Vater. 



CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

First Presb3-terian, N. E. cor. Circle and Market, Rev. 
Thos. M. Cunningham, bds. 170 N. Illinois. 

Second Presbyterian, N. W. cor. Circle and Market, Rev. 
G. P. Tindali, 12 E. Vermont. 

Third Presbyterian, cor. Illinois and Ohio, Rev. David 
Stevenson, 248 N. Illinois. 

Fourth Presbyterian, cor. Market and Delaware, Rev. — 
Brooks. 

Associate Reformed Presbyterian, Ohio, W. of Delaware, 
Rev. Gilbert Small, bds. 78 Massachusetts ave. 

Wesley Chapel, (Methodist,) S. side of Circle, Elijah T. 
Fletcher, 2 Circle. 



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Kobert's Chapel, (Methodist", ) cor. Pennsylvania and 
Market, Eev. AVilliam Wilson, adjoining chiu'ch. 

Strange Chapel, (Methodist,) Tennessee, S. of Vermont, 
Eev. Wm. Graham, adjoining church. 

A.sbury Chapel, (Methodist,) Xew Jersey, S. of Louisiana, 
Eev. E. D. Long, 104 Virginia ave. 

German, (Methodist,) Ohio, E. of IS'cay Jersej', Eev. 
Miller, adjoining church. 

African, (Methodist,) Georgia, bet. Canal and Mississippi, 
Eev. E. Weaver, jST. Tennessee. 

iN'orth Street, (Methodist,) JSTortli, W. of Alabama, Eev. 
John Hill, 143 K. Pennsylvania. 

Ejiiscopalian (Christ Church,) IS". E. cor. Meridian and 
Circle. Eev. Joseph C. Talbott, adjoining church. Circle. 

Baptist, cor. Meridian and Maryland, Eev. James B. Sim- 
mons, N. Pennsylvania, opp. Blind Asylum. 

African Baptist, Missouri, near Xew York, Eev. M. Broj- 
les, 190 ^Y. :North. 

Christian Church, cor. Ohio and Delaware, Eev. Perry 
Hall. 

Fir.'^t Evangelical Lutheran, cor. Alabama and [New York, 
Eev. Kunkleman, bds. 167 X. Alabama. 

Second Evangelical Lutheran, Pennsylvania, bet. St. Chair 
and Pratt. 

German United Evangelical, Ohio, bet. Illinois and Me- 
ridian, Eev. Edward Kuester, basement of church. 
German Lutheran, Alabama, S. of Washington, Eev. Chas. 
Fricke, 13 N. East. 

Congregationalist, X. W. cor. Circle and Meridian, Eev. 
X. A. Hyde. bds. 56 N. Meridian. 

German Eefbrmed, Alabama, S. of Market, Eev. M. J. I. 
Stern, at church. 

United Brethren, cor. Xew Jersev and Ohio, Eev. C. W. 
Witt, bds. 62 N. East. 

St. John"s, (Catholic,) Georgia, bet. Tennessee and Illi- 
nois, Eev. Bessonies, adjoining church. 

St. Mary's, (Catholic,) Maryland, bet. Pennsylvania and 
Delaware, Eev. Simon Seirist, 46 S. Delaware. 

German Evengelical, New Jersey, bet. Market and Ohio, 
Eev. M. Hoehn, back of church. 

Universalist, College Hall, W. C. Brooks, Alvord's 
Block. 

Friend's Church, (Hicksite,) DelaAvare, bet. Michigan 
and North. 

Friend's Church, (Orthodox,) cor. Delaware and St. Clair, 
David Tatnm and wife. Massachusetts ave. 

Jewish S^'nagoguc, 97 E. Washington, up stairs, Eev. 
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Judah Wezhsler Eabbi, Maryland, bet. Pennsylvania and 
Viririnia ave. 



INDIANAPOLIS FEMALE INSTITUTE. 

North-east corner of Pennsylvania and Michigan streets. 

BOARD OP INSTRUCTION. 

Eev. Gibbon Williams, Superintendent. 

Miss E. A. Williams, Principal, and Teacher of Mental 
and Moral Science, and Latin. 

Miss Georgiana Nicholas, Teacher of Mathematics and 
Modern Languages. 

Miss M. J. Bail, Teacher of Natural Sciences and Pen- 
manship. 

Miss Francis A. Wright, Teacher of the Preparatory De- 
partment. 

Miss S. J. Ingersoll, Teacher of Music. 

Miss Gussie Ford, Assistant Teacher of Music. 

Miss M. S. Wagner, Teacher of Drawing. 

The 3'ear will be divided into two sessions of 20 weeks 
each — the first commencing the 1st day of September. ISGO, 
and the second on the 26th January, 18GL There will be a 
vacation of one week at Christmas, and one in the Spring, 
commencing the Gth of April. 

McLEAN'S FEMALE SEMINAPtl^ 

27 North Meridian. C. G. McLean, Principal. 

ST. JOHN'S ACADEMY— CATHOLIC. 

Adjoining the Catholic Church, conducted by the Sisters of 

Providence. 

NORTH- WESTERN CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY. 
This institution is located about one mile and a half N. E. 
of the Governor's Circle. 

BOARD or DIRECTORS. 

Ovid Butler, President; Jeremiah Smith, Benj. F. Reeve, 
Benj. Erunklin, Geo. W. Branham, Wm. II. Crajg, Chaunc^'^ 
Butler, John B. New, Robert B. Duncan, John Young, Ehjah 
Goodwin, John O'Kane, A. D. Hamrick, Wm. S. Pickerell, 
Benj. Craig, D. C. Stover, James Ford, L. H. Jameson, Jacob 
Wright, Geo. Campbell, W. W. Thrasher. 

Ovid Butler, jr.. Secretary; Elijah Goodwin, Tresasurer; 
A. R. Benton, Treasurer of Institution. 

FACULTY. 

President, S. K. Iloshour, A. M. 

Professor of Ethics and Intellectual Science, S. K. Iloshour, 
A. M. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 



Professor of Natural Science, E. T. Brown, A. M., M. D. 
Professor of Ancient Languages and Literature, A. E. Benton, 

A. M. 
Professor of Mathematics and Civil Engineering, Ci. W. lioss, 

A. M. 
Professor of Englisli and Normal School, Madison Evans, A. M. 
Professor of Modern Languages, S. K. Hoshoui% A. M. 

TEACHERS OP ENGLISH PREPARATORY SCHOOL. 

]\Ii's. jST. Burns, and Mrs. E. J. Price. 



NSWSPAPESS AND PPRIODICALS. 

Indiana State Sentinel, Daily and Weekly, Bingham & 
Dong-lity, proprietors, No. 18 E. Washington, Democratic. 

Indiana State Journal, Daily and Weekly, Journal Co., 
proprietors, No. 10 S. Pennsylvania, Eepublican. 

Locomotive, Saturdays, Elder & Harkness, proprietors, 
No. 2 S. Meridian, Independent. 

Volksblatt, (German,) Saturdays, Boetticher & Seiden- 
sticker, proprietors. No. 130 E. Washington, Democratic. 

Freie Presse, (German,) Thursday's, Eichard Ilenninger, 
proprietor, No. 66-J E. Washington, Eepublican. 

Indiana American, Wednesdays and Saturdaj's, T. A. 
Goodwin, proprietor, rear of Glenn's Block, Eej^ublican. 

Herald and Era, Saturdays, Williamson & Lee, propri- 
etors, Locomotive Building, 1st door, Universalist. 

Witness, Wednesdays, M. G. Clarke, proprietor. Odd Fel- 
lows' Hall, Baptist. 

Christian Eecord, Monthly, Elijah Goodwin, proprietor, 
Journal Otfice, Christian. 

Indiana Farmer, Weekly, J. N. Eay, proprietor, over 
postoffice. Agricultural. 

Indiana School Journal, Monthly, O. Phelps, proprietor, 
Sentinel Office, Educational. 

Eepository, (col.,) Quarterly, Elijah Weaver, j^roprietor. 
Journal Office, Literature and Eeligion, 



LIBRARIES. 

STATE LIBEAEY. 

State House. James E. Bryant, Librarian. Number of vol- 
umes, 20,000. For the use of Judges, State officers, pro- 
fessional men, &c. Office hours from 9 till 4. 

CE^ TEE TOWNSHIP LIBEAEY. 

Court House. Number of volumes, 1,000. Alex. Graydon, 
Librarian. Open on Saturdays form 2 till 5 P. M. Terms 
free. 



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MAEION COUNTY LIBEAEY. 

Under the charge of nine trustees. This institution was 

organized under the special law of 184o. 
John W. Hamilton, Librarian. Number ot volumes, 1,650. 

Office at Court House. Terms 75 cents a year for two 

hooks, 50 cents for one book. Open on Saturdays from 

9 till 3. 



TELEGRAPH. 

Western Union Telegraph Company. Office No. 1 N. Me- 
ridian. 



STATE BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS. 

INDIANA INSTITUTION FOE THE EDUCATION OF 

THE BLIND. 

Located half a mile N. of Washington street, between Me- 
ridian and Pennsylvania sti-eets. 

OFFICERS. 

President^ W. H. Talbott; Trustees, Harvey G. Hazlerigg, 

Michael Fitzgibbon. 
Superintendent, J. McWorkman, M. D. 
Literary Teachers, Granville M. Ballard, Miss Eliza W. 

BoAvmam. 
Matron, Mrs. Juliette McWorkman. 
Teacher of Miisic, Miss Gertrude McCoUoch. 
Physician, Livingston Dunlap, 31. D. 
Teacher in Work Shop, Milton C. Holman. 

INDIANA INSTITUTION FOE THE EDUCATION OF 

THE DEAF AND DUMB. 
Located on E. Washington street, near City limits. 

OFFICERS. 

Board of Trustees, W. H. Talbott, President; Jno. M. Kitchen, 
M. D., Thomas W. Woolen. 

INTELLECTUAL DEPARTMENT. 

Superintendent, Thomas Mac Intire, A. M. 

Listructors, Wm. Willard, H. S. Gillet, A. M., W. A. Latham, 
^. M., M. D., W. H. De Motte, A. M., Phillip A. Emery, 
A. M., B. E. Nordyke, W. S. Marshall, A. B. 

DOMESTIC DEPARTMENT. 

Physician, Livingston Dunlap, M. D. 
Matron, Miss Julia A. Taylor. 
Assistant Matron, Miss L. B. Paige. 
Steward, William E. Hogshire. 



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INDUSTRIAL DEPARTMENT. 

Master of Shoe Shop, James Davis. 
Master of Cabinet Shop, S. F. Kahle. 
Gardener, (xoorgo McClain. 

INDIANA HOSPITAL FOE THE INSANE. 
This Institution is located on a favm of IGO acres of land, 
three miles west of the City on the National road. The 
first law for its establishment was enacted by the General 
Assembly during the session of 1843-4. The farm was pur- 
chased of N. Bolton, Esq., for $5,300, in the fall of 1845. 
It Avas oj^en for the reception of patients, November, 1849. 
The cost, thus far, has been about three hundred thousand 
dollars. There has been over fifteen hundred insane patients 
admitted to its Wards. 

OFFICERS OF THE HOSPITAL, ISGO. 

Commissioners, W. H. Talbott, President; Edwin J. Peck, 
Henry Brady. 

RESIDENT OFFICRRS. 

Superintendent, James S. Athon, M. D. 

Assistant Physicians, Henry F. Barnes, M. D., John M. Dun- 

• lap, M. D. 

Steward, *Moses Hunter. 

Matron. Mrs. Esther JMcLauo-hlln. 



MASONIC ORDERS. 
GRAND ENCAMPMENT OF KNIGHTS TEMPLAR. 
The next Annual Conclave of the Grand Commandery of 
Knights Templar of the Stat« of Indiana, will be held at 
Indianapolis, on the first Wednesday (5th) of December, 
1860. 

GRAND OFFICERS FOR THE YEAR 1860. 

Rev. Sir William Pelan, of Connersville, R. E. Grand 
Commander; Rev. Sir John AV. Sullivan, of Jeftersonville, 
V. E. D. G. Commander ; Sir Harvey G. Hazelrigg, of 
Thorntown, Grand Generalissimo ; Sir John A. Hutton, of 
New Albany, Grand Captain General ; Rev. Sir Lewis Dale, 
of New Castle, Grand Prelate ; Sir Isaac Jenkinson, of 
Fort Wayne, Grand Senior Warden ; Sir Martin Frybarger, 
of Connersville, Grand Junior Warden ; Sir Charles Fisher, 
of Indianapolis, Grand Treasurer ; Sir Francis King, of 
Indianapolis, Grand Recorder ; Sir William G. Cooper, of 
Reynolds, Grand .Standard Bearer ; Sir Joseph Johnson, of 
Fort Wayne, Grand Sword Bearer; Sir William G. Terrell, 
of Lafayette, Grand Warder ; Sir Henr}" Colestock, of 
Indianapolis, Grand Sentinel. 



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GRAND COUIs^CIL OF EOYAL AND SELECT 
MASTERS. 

Tho Gnind Council of Royal and Select Masters of the 
State of Indiana, will hold the next annual communica- 
tion at Indianapolis, at 9 o'clock A M., on the Tuesday 
(22d) before the fourth Monday of May, 1860. 

GRAND OFFICERS. 

Comp. William Hacker, of Shelbyville, Grand Puissant; 
Comp. William W. Ljnde, of Centreville, Deputy G. Puis- 
sant ; Comp. Horace Coleman, of Loo:ansport, Gr. T. I. Gr. 
Master; Comp. Thomas Pattison, of' Aurora, Gr. P. C. of 
Work ; Comp. Martin Frybarger, of Connersville, Gr. Capt. 
Guards ; Comp. P. G. C. Hunt, of Indianapolis. G. Treas- 
urer ; Comp. Francis King, of Indianapolis, Gr. Recorder ; 
Comp. Daniel K. Hays, of Attica, Gr. Chaplain ; Comp. 
Henry Colestock, of Indianapolis, Gr. S. and Sentinel. 

GRAND CHAPTER OF STATE OF INDIANA. 

Tho Grand Royal Arch Chapter, of the State of Indiana, 
v/ill hold its next annual communication at Indianapolis, at 
'2 o'clock P. M., on the Tuesday (22d) before the fourth 
Monday of May, ^60. ■ 

GRAND OFFICERS. 



M. E. Daniel ICHays, of Attica, G. H. Priest; E. Geo. 
W. Porter, of New Albany, D. G. H. Priest; E. Chauncy 
Charter, of Logansport, G. King ; E. James R. Menden- 
hall, of Richmond, G. Scribe ; E. Rev. F. A. Hardin, of 
Muncie, G. Chaplain ; E. Phineas G. C. Hunt, of India- 
napolis, G. Treasurer; E. Francis King, G. Secretary; 
Comp. Thomas Pattison, of Aurora, G. Capt. Host; Comp. 
Horace Coleman, of Logansport, G. R. A. Captain ; Comp. 
Henry Colestock, of Indianapolis, G. Guard. 

GRAND LODGE OF THE STATE OF INDIANA. 

The Grand Lodge of Indiana holds its annual communica- 
tion at the Masonic Hall, in the city of Indianapolis, at 2 
o'clock P. M., on the fourth Monday "(28th) of May, 1860. 

GRAND OFFICERS. 

M. W. Alexander C. Downey, of Rising Sun, G. Mastery 
R. W. Mahlon D. Manson, of Crawfordsville, D. G. Master; 
R. W. William N. Doughty, of Laurel, S. G. Warden; R. 
W. John B. Fravel, of Laporte, J. G. Warden ; R. W. Chas. 
Fisher, of Indianapolis, Grand Treasurer; R. W. Francis 
King, of Indianapolis, Grand Secretary; Bro. Rev. William 
Pelan, of Connersville, G. Chaplain; Bro. William J. Mil- 
lard, jr., of Millersville, G. Lecturer; Bro. Ebenezer More- 



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house, of Madison, G. Marshal; Bro. Daniel K. ITa^'S, of 
Attica, 6. Ct. Deacon ; Bro. William W. Clinedcnst, of Centre- 
ville, J. (i. Deacon; Bro. Henrv Colcstock, of Indianapolis, 
G. Tyler. 

EAPER ENCAMPMENT, No. 1. 
Total number 0/ members 49 ; date of charter, October IGth, 
1850; stated meetings fourth Wednesday in each month. 

OFFICERS. 

M. E. Sir Ephraim Colestock, G. Comniander; M. E. Sir 
William Sullivan, Generalissimo; M. E. Sir John M. Bram- 
well, Capt. General; M. E. Sir Francis King, Prelate; M. 
E. Sir .Martin igoe, Senior Warden ; M. E. Sir A. D. Gall, 
Junior Warden ; M. E. Sir Samuel Campbell, Treasurer ; 
M. E. Sir Charles Fisher, Recorder; M. E. Sir AVilliam II. 
Lingenfelter, Standard Bearer ; M. E. Sir John D. Morris, 
Sword Bearer; M. B. Sir David McWorkman, Warder; 
M. E. Sir lienr^- Colestock, Sentinel. 

COUNCIL. 

Indianapolis Council, No. 2, at Indianapolis. 
Francis King, T. I. G. M.; Ephraim Colestock, D. T. G. 
M.; Barton D. Jones, P. C. W.; Israel Conklin, C. G.; John 
L. Bramwell, Treasurer; Chas. Fisher, Recorder; Henry 
Colestock, Steward and Sentinel. 

CHAPTER. 

Indianapolis Chapter, No. 5, at Indianapolis, meets first 
Friday of each month ; number of members 84. 

OFFICERS. 

John L. Bramwell, II. P.; Ephi-aim Colestock. K.; 
Samuel Campbell, S.; Francis King, C. of IL; Israel Conk- 
lin, P. S.; James II. Seybold, R. A. C; Richard Richards, 
G. M. 3. v.; Hermon Weinberger, G. M. 2. v.; Roger Parry, 
G. M. 1. Y.; James Sulgrove, T. R. ; Charles Fisher Sec'y ; 
Henry Colestdck, Guard. 

MARION LODGE, No. 35. 

Chartered 1853. Meets at Masonic Hall third Wednesday 

in each month. 

J. M. Bramwell, W. M; Israel Conklin, S. W.; B. D. 
Jones, jr., J. W.; Moses Wolf, T.; F. King, Sec'y; Richard 
Richards. S. D.; Jas. M. Jameson, J. D.; Henry Colestock, 
Tyler. 

CENTER LODGE, No. 23. 
Number of members 100. Chartered October, 184G. Meets 

at Masonic Hall first Wednesday in each month. 



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J. M. Tomlinson, W. JVI. ; Wm. Warman, S. ^N:.,■, Peter 
Ritter, J. W.; I. H. Roll, Treasurer; Chas. Fisher, Sec'y ; 
AVm. Nichols, S. D.; John C. Weinberger, J. D.; H. Cole- 
stock, Tyler. 

CONCORDIA LODGE, No 178. 

Chartered May, 1855. Meets at Masonic Ilall the second 
Wednesday in each month. 

G-eo. F. Meyer, W. M.; Frank Damme, S. W.; Jacob 
Reinacker, J. W.; Chas. John, Treasurer ; Albert Reisner, 
Sec'y; Adam S^^ring, S. D.; Godleif Kamm, J. D.; H. Cole- 
stock, Tyler. 



IKDEPEKDSNT OEDEE 0¥ ODD FELLOWS. 

R. W. G. ENCAMPMENT, I. O. O. F., OF INDIANA. 

The R. W. Grand Encampment, I. O. O. F., of Indiana, was 
instituted on the 10th of December, 18-17, and convenes at 
Odd Fellows' Hall, Indianapolis, on the third Monday 
preceding the third Tuesday of May and November of 
each year. 

Oi'FICERS. 

Thomas B. McCarty, M. W. G. Patriarch, Wabash ; R. C. 
S. Maccoun, M. E. G.'lligh Priest, Danville; John T. Saun- 
ders, R. W. G. Senior Warden, Jeffersonvillc ; A. J. Power, 
R. W. G. Junior Warden, Warsaw ; E. H. Barry, R. W. G. 
Scribe, Indianapolis ; T. P. Haughey, R. W. G. Treasurer, 
Indianapolis; Christopher Toler, W. G. Sentinel, Madison ; 
Jacob T. Williams, Dep. G. Sentinel, Indianapolis ; Chris 
Miller, Lafayette, J. S. Harvey, Jeffersonville, G. Reps. G. 
L. IT. S.; John H. Stailey, Rochester, David Ferguson, AVin- 
ch ester, Alt. G. Reps. 

PAST GRAND PATRIARCHS. 

Christian Bucher, of No. 2 ; Isaac H. Taylor, of No. 2 ; 
Daniel Moss, of No. 27 ; J. S. Harvey, of No. 5 ; Jacob P. 
Chapman, of No. 5; Job B. Eldridgo, of No. 10; E. H.Bar- 
ry, of No. 12 ; Lewis Humphreys, of No. 9 ; Chris Miller, 
of No. G; J. II. Stailey, of No. 21. 

PAST GRAND HIGH PRIESTS. 

Casper Markle, of No. 11 ; W. P. Applegate, of No. 33 ; 
George B. Jocelyn, of No. 1 ; Thos. P. Gunnell, of No. 38 ; 
David Ferguson, of No. 50. 

GRAND LODGE OF INDIANA. 
The R. W. Grand Lodge of I. O. O. F., of Indiana, was in- 
stituted on the 14th of August, 1837, and convenes at 



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COPPER TUBULAR 




LIGHTNING ROD 



WITH 



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wliiili s< it'iife can i;ivi'. 

Pnriiia: tlie past Fall it hixs ixHoivi 
I Ik- fullciwing places : 

NEW YORK STATE FAIR, 

HKLl) AT ALT.ANV ; 

PENNSYLVANIA STATE FAIR, 

IlKLD AT P11TLA1>K1,P1IIA : 

ILLINOIS STATE FAIR, 

lIKLD AT FKEEl'ORT ; 

INDIANA STATE FAIR, 

IIELU AT NEW ALHANY ; 

MARYLAND INSTITUTE, 

MELD AT BAETIMOUE ; 

ANI> THK 

MECHANICS' INSTITUTE, 

OF f IXCINNATI. 

In ntluT years it nwiveil FIRST PREMITMS at the 

OHIO STATE FAIR, 

HEED AT CLEVELAXD: 

CONNECTICUT STATE FAIR, 

HELD AT BRIDGEPORT ; 

AMERICAN INSTITUTE, 

(IE NEW YORK CITY: 

FRANKLIN INSTITUTE, 

(IE PHILADELPHIA, PA. ; 

AND THE 

NATIONAL FAIR, 
HELD AT LOUISVILLE, KY. ; 

AND AT FIFTY-ONE 

COUNTY AND DISTRICT FAIRS, 
HELD IN DIFFERENT SECTIONS OF THE COUNTRY. 

It never has been beaten in anj- contest, and never will be, 
where the judges are scientific and practical men. 

It has been reconinieuded by over Three Hundreil Professors 
in Colleges, and other scientific men, as the best Kod ever in- 
vented, and possessing all the elements necessary to protect 
buildings from Lightning. 

Over One Unndrfd Newspapers and other journals have 
spoken of it in terms of highest praise, and it has been liberally 
patronised by the most intelligent people wherever introduced. 

Sold WholesaU' ami Ketail by the Subscriliers. 

State P>iglits for sale. 

OCKE ^ MUNSON, 

PROPRIETORS AND MANUFACTURERS. 
I F I C K IN B L A C K F O U I J ' S BLOCK, 
Indianapolis, Indiana. 



THE OPINION OF DR. BOYNTON, 

As a sample of the numerous testimonials in our possession, we append the opinion of 
Dr. Boynton, the celebrated lecturer on Geology, Electricity, &c. 

IxDiAXAPOLis, January 2, 1800. 

Having examined Munsou's Copper Tubular Lightning Rod with Spiral Flanges, I am free 
to say that it is the best Rod, by far, that I ever saw. Its chief points of superiority are, 
that it is Copper, which is one of the best conductors of electricity ; it is Tubular, and 
thus a greater surface is obtained at a smaller cost than if solid ; its Spiral Flanges stiffen 
the rod, and their rough edges dissipate the electricity, and therein is much better than if 
the surface was smooth ; its connection is so complete that it is in effect a continuous rod. 
I am fully persuaded that when it is properly erected, it is a complete protection against 
the disasters produced by lightning. John F. Boynton. 



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Odd Fellows' Ilall, Tndiiiiiapolis, on the t'aird Tuesday of 
May and jSTovember in each year. 

OFFICERS. 

Thomas Underwood, M. ^Y. Grand Master. Lafayette ; 
James Burgess, E. W. D. Grand Warden, Danville ; J. H. 
Popp, E. W. Grand ^Yarden, Eichmond ; E. H. Bariy, E. 
W. Grand Secretary, Indianapolis ; T. P. Ilaughey, E. W. 
Grand Treasurer, Indianapolis ; Milton Herndon, G. Eep. 
G. L. U. S., Crawfordsville; Georice B. Eoberts, G. Eep. G. 
L. U. S., La Porte ; L. M. Campbell, Alt. G. Eep., Danville; 
J. L. McLau2:hlin, Alt. G. Eep., Lebanon ; Ecv. I. M. AVest- 
fall, E. W. Gfrand Chaplain, Lafayette ; W. H. Schlater, E. 
W. Grand Marshal, Centreville ; F. E. A. Jeter, E. W. 
Grand Conductor, Brookvillc; Chris Toler, E. W. Grand 
Guardian, Madison ; A. ^Y. Fuqiia, W. Grand Herald, 
Indianapolis; S. Levin, Gi-and Messenger, Logansport. 

METEOPOLITAX ENCAMPMENT, No. 5, I. O. O. F. 
Meets every first and third Monda}' of each month. 
Benjamin F. Foster, Chief Patriarch; Eoger Parry, High 
Priest; Stephen Sharpe, Senior Wardei.; A. W. Branham, 
Junior AYarden; Samuel Frazer, Scribe; Horace A. Fletcher, 
Treasurer; John G. Waters, Per. Scribe. 

MAEION ENCAMPMENT, No. 35, I. O. O. F. 

Meets ever}' second and fourth Monday of each month. 

S. C. Morgan. Chief Patriarch; Eichard C. Stout, High 
Priest; W. H. Lingenfeltcr, Senior Warden; Andrew J. 
Hinesley, Junior Warden; Zalmon Tousey, Scribe; George 
G. Holman Treasurer. 

GEEMAN TEUTONIA ENCAMPMENT, No 5G, I. O. O. F. 

Meets ever}' second and fourth Friday of each month. 

Frederick Euschhaupt, Chief Patriarch; John Brinkman, 
High Priest; Frederick Burgtorf, Senior Warden; John 
Stumph, Junior Warden; John Kistner, Scribe; Joseph 
Karle, Treasurer, 

CENTEE LODGE, No. IS, L O. O. F. 
Meets every Tuesday evening. 
Stephen McNabb, Noble Grand; Wm. J. Woolen, Yice 
Grand; Benjamin F. Br3'ant, Eecording Secretary; John G. 
Waters, Permanent Secretary; Horace, A. Fletcher, Treas- 
urer. 

PHILOXENIAN LODGE, No. U, I. 0. O. F. 

Meets every Wednesday evening, 
jlieophilus Parvin, Noble Grand; Thomas J. Yater, Yice 



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Griind; S. C. Morgan, Eecording Secretary; Joseph S. Wat- 
son, Permanent Secretary; Joseph E. Haugh, Treasurer. 

GEEMANIA LODGE, No. 120, 1. O. O. F. 
Meets every Thursday Evening. 
Chiirles Eichmann, Noble Grand; John Brinckmeyer, Vice 
Grand; Tobias Bender, Eecording Secretary; G. F. Henning, 
Permanent Secretar}-; John Kistner, Treasurer. 

CAPITAL LODGE, No. 124, I. O. O. F. 

Meets every Fi'iday evening. 

Geo. P. C. Brown, Noble Grand; W. L. Lingenfeltcr, Vice 

Grand; Zalmon Tousey, Eecording Secretary; Theodore P. 

Ilaughey, Permanent Secretary; Benjamin E. McGord, 

Treasurer. 



INDEPENDENT OEDEE OF SONS OF MALTA. 

CORTEZ LODGE, NO. 1. 

Supreme Grand Council for the State of Indiana. Organ- 
ized May 2Gth, 1859. Place of meeting, at Hall, N. side of 
Washington, bet. Meridian and Pennsylvania. 

GRAND OFFICERS. 

II. Otis, S. G. Commander; A. II. Conner, S. Y. G. Com- 
mander; A. P. Willard, G. B. J. A.; A. A. Hammond, G. E. 
J. A.; E. HartwcU, S. G. Treasurer.; Samuel W. Gulick, S. G. 
D. D.; James Sweetser, S. G. C; L. U. Dodd. S. G. C; C. J. 
Dobbs, S. of G.; S. W. Elliott, S. G. S.; J. Kitchen, M. D., 
S. G. S.; Barton Jones, G. T. J. A. 



UNITED OLD OSDES OP DRUIDS. 
OCTAVIAN GEAVE, No. 3. 
Meets every Monday night. Hall, E. Washington opp. 
Court House. 



OLD GERMAN LODGE OF HARAGURIS. 

FEEYA LODGE, No. 81, A. D. O. H. 

Meets every Tuesday evening. Hall, E. Washington, opp. 
Court House. 

OFFICERS. 

John Mueller, O. B.; Fred Stein, Per. Secretary; David 
Stcif, U. B.; John B. Stumph, Treasurer; Charles Bruner, 
Secretary; Ad. Seidensticker,« District Deputy. 



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TEMPERANCE ORDERS. 
GRAND TEMPLE OF HONOR OF INDIANA. 

Meets annualh' ia May. Tlie next session will bo hold in 
Lafayette. 

OLIA^ER TEMPLE OF HONOR, No. G. 

Meets at Temperance Hall, every Monday cveninc:. 

GRAND DIVLSION 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 desi,<i;nate. , 

VrASHINGTON DIVISION No. L 
Organized April 20th, 1846, meets at Temperance Hall, 
every Friday evening. 

MARION DIVISION No. 7G. 
Organized January, 1858, meets every Tuesday night, at 
Wright's Hall, opposite Little's Hotel. 

METROPOLITAN DIVISION No. 410. 
Organized April, 1859, meets eveiy Wednesday night, at 
Temperance Hall. 

GRAND LODGE I. O. G. T., OF INDIANA. 
Meets annualh' in Indianapolis, in October. 



IWDIAITAPOLTS TYPOGRAPHICAL UInTION No. 1. 
Meets last Saturday in each Month. 

OFFICERS. 

John H. Randall. President; John Schley, Vice President; 
John Eskew, Corresponding Secretary; M. H. Halpin, Record- 
ing Secretary; Henry Nobbe. Treasurer; Theophilus McClure, 
Guardian. 

Executive Committee. — Charles P. LIutchinson, S. L.John- 
son, James Appleton, Wm. M. Meridith, C. S. Butterfield, 
A. M. Woodin, Michael Broden. 



RAILROADS. 
BELLEF0NTAIN»5 LINE. 

In full operation. Whole length, 202 miles. Indianapolis, 
Pittsburgh and Cleveland Railroad Co. From Indianapolis 
to Columbus. 

OFFICERS. 

President and Superintendent, John Brough; Assistent Su- 
perintendent, John Camby; General Ticket Agent. J. F. Boyd; 
Treasurer, Edward King; Auditor, W. H. Otis. 

Office Meridian and Louisiana streets, N. E. corner. 



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EVAN8YILLE, IKDIMs^APOLIS AXD CLEVELAND 
STRAIGHT LINE EAILROAD COMPANY. 

Office No. 3, Post Office Building. 

OFFICERS. 

President, Jeremiah Smith; Secretary and Treasurer, James 
Greene. 

INDIANA & ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. ^N . COMPANY. 
AYliole length of line, 149 miles from Indianapolis to 
Decatur, Illinois. About $500,000, have been already ex- 
pended on this Road. 

Office in Blake's Building. 

OFFICERS. 

President, Edmund Clarke; Secretary and Treasurer, J. M. 
Sharpe. 

INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI RAILROAD. 

In full operation. Running from Indianapolis to Cincin- 
nati, via. Lawrencebui-gh, without change of cars. Making 
use of the Ohio and Mississippi broad guage track from 
Lawrenceburgh to Cincinnati. 

OFFICERS. 

President and Superintendent, H. C. Lord; Assistant Siqft., 
J. W. Mills; General Ticket Agent, W. H. L. Noble; General 
Freight Agent, John ^Y. Cheek; Treasurer, W. O. Rockwood; 
Secretary, A. Worth; Master Ifachinist, R. Meek. 

General offices, south Delaware street, one square north of 
South street. 

INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY. 

In full operation. Running from Indianapolis to Cincin- 
nati and Dayton, via. Richmond. 

OFFICERS. 

President, John S. Newman; Vice President, Charles Parry; 
Superintendent, Henry L. Pope; Poad Master, John L. Shank; 
Secretary and Treasurer, Samuel Hannah; General Ticket 
Agent, Horace Parrott; General Freight Agent, William A. 
Bradshaw. 

General office, corner Delaware street, and Virginia ave. 
Freight office, one square on Delaware street. 

JEFFERSONVILLE RAILROAD. 
In full operation from Indianapolis to Jefferson vi lie. 
Length of Road, 108 miles. 

OFFICERS. 

President, D. Ricketts; Saperintendent, A. S. Crothers; 



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Treasurer and Secretary, J. II. McCain pbell; General TicJcet 
Agent, H. II. Eeynolds; General Book-keeper, R. J. Forsyth; 
Agent at Jeffersonville, Thomas Carse; Agent at Indianapolis, 
J. Gr. Whitcomb. 

Freight office, 43 South street, Madison Depot. 

LAFAYETTE AND INDIANAPOLIS RAILEOAD. 

From Indianapolis to Lafayette, in full operation. Length 
of Eoad, G4 miles. 

OFFICERS. 

President, W. F. Eeynolds; Superintendent. J. O. 1). Lilh'; 
Freight Agent, E. Locke; General Ticket xigent, Jos. Livsey; 
Secretary and Treasurer, George Williams; Master Machinist, 
James L. Vruclain. 

MADISON AND INDIANAPOLIS EAILi;OAD. 

In full operation. Eunning from Indianapolis to Madison. 
Length of Eoad, 89 miles. 

OFFICERS. 

President, F. H. Smith; Superintendent, D. C. Branham; 
Secretary, Thomas Pollock. 

Office, 45 South street, Madison Depot. 

TEEEE HAUTE AND EICHMOND KAIL EOAD. 

From Terre Haute to Indianapolis, seventy-three miles. 

Passenger trains leave Terre Haute, three trains daily, 
(Sundays excepted,) making close connections with all trains 
at Indianaj^olis, also, at Terre Haute, with through trains 
for St. Louis. 

OFFICERS. 

President and Superintendent, E.J. Peck; *S'(?cre/ar_y, Charles 
Wood; Road Master, J. Hice; Master Alachinist, Charles P. 
Peddle; Ticket Agent, E. A. Morris; Freight Agent, C. W. 
Mancourt. 

PEEU AND INDIANAPOLIS EAILEOAD. 

In fall operation from Indianapolis to Peru, a distance of 
seventy-three miles. Connects at Peru, with Toledo, Wa- 
bash and Western Eailroad. 

OFFICERS. 

Superintendent, David Macy; Assistant Sup't., C. B. Eobin- 
son. Secretary and Treasurer, T. P. Haughey; General Freight 
Agent, L. N. Andrews; Alaster Machinist, F. Gilman. 



INDIAWAPOLIS GYMNASTIC ASSOCIATION. 
Gymnasium 3d floor, C. A. Elliott's Building, N. W. cor- 
ner Meridian and Maryland. 



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Organized March 9th, 1859. jSTumber of members, 275. 
Tickets ol membership, ^5. Resident clergj'men are fur- 
nished with tickets gratis. 

Cost of fitting lip Hall, fixtures, apj^aratus, &c., including 
four bowling alleys, 81,200. 

OFFICERS. 

Simon Yandes, President; William Wallace, Vice President; 
Thomas 11. Bowles, ^'ecrefar?/; Thomas H. Sharpe, IreasKrer. 
John Coburn, J. II. Vjijen, Kobert Meek, Directors. 



POPULATIOK. 

The following may be considered as approximates to the 
present population ol our City. Males, 13,866, Females, 
11,740. Total, 25,606; including Colored, 625. 

Of single Men and heads of Families, there icere originally 
from Germany, 1,889; Ireland, 686; England, 202; Scotland, 
106; France, 85; Prussia, 34; Switzerland, 13; Italy, 5; Austria 
2; Denmark, 2; Wales, 2; Holland, 2. Total from Foreign 
Countries, 3,028. 

Of those born in the United States, there are natives of 
Indiana, 760; Pennsylvania, 601; Kentucky, 441; New York, 
334; Virginia, 294; Maryland, 212; Ohio, 200; Massachusetts, 
136; New Jersey, 126; North Carolina, 125, Connecticut, 60; 
Vermont, 44; New Hampshire, 38; Illinois, 34; Georgia, 34; 
Maine, 24; South Carolina, 16; Delaware, 14; Tennessee, 7; 
Louisiana, 6; D. C, 6; Alabama, 4; Iowa, 2; Wisconsin, 1. 
Total born in the United States, 3,519. 

We believe the above figures to be very nearly correct, 
but it will be readily perceived that in the hurry of our Can- 
vass, it would be impossible to attend to the matter with 
that degree of care, necessaiy to insure perfect accuracy. 



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287 



MANUFACTURES. 

It was designed to fiivnisli a complete statement of the uianufactiiring 
interests of the city, and to this end considerable efforts were nir.do by 
means of circulars, <S:c., to obtain the requisite materials; but, ui^^on ex- 
amination, we find that our returns are so meagre and incomplete that 
we could only present a partial view at best, and we therefore determined 
to defer the matter until tlie publication of the next edition, when wo in- 
tend to take a different, and we hope more successful, method of obtain- 
ing the necessary facts and figures. However, we give below a business 
summary, showing at a glance the number engaged in the vaiious pio- 
fessions and every department of industrial trade: 

SUMMARY OF PROFESSIONS, TRADES, &e. 



Accouchers 5 

Agents, Ale and P> rter - 

Agents, 15 k ] 

Agents, Insurance 12 

Agents, Patent Kiglit 7 

Agent-, Keal E tiite V2 

Agents, Sewin-,' JJachines 'i 

Agrculiuial Imijlea.enis 

A.rel meets t> 

Ar i»ts 9 

Atton.eys at Liiw 'fl 

Bakei ies 1* 

Banking Houses 3 

Banks 1 

Ba liets' .-aloons If 

Boetanri Pork Packers 5 

Be 1 Hanger and Locksmith 1 

BiUiar.i Saloons 9 

Bill . outers 2 

E lacksrai llis 13 

Blank Book Manu acturers 4 

Bo rdingllouses 22 

Boiler Makers 1 

Bonne Bleachers 3 

Book Binders G 

Book S.orcs (i 

Boo s and Shoes ^wholesale) 4 

Boots and Shoes (retailj 4.') 

Bowl I i; Alleys 3 

lirass Founleries 2 

Bi'cH'ei i s 3 

Brick Yards 6 

Iroke.s, (bill and note) H 

Buil iug ctone I 

Buteheis 13 

Butta- and Egg Dealt rs 1 

Cancer Doctors 2 

Ca peiite s and Builders 28 

Ccrpcts, ^c 4 

Carriage Shups l) 

China, Glass, &c 3 

Cigr and Tolnicco Stores II 

Clothi; g Stores 13 

Coal De lers G 

Coal Oil L„mp Dealer 1 

Commercial « olleics 2 

Commission Merchants 12 

Conf ctioiicrs 1" 

Cooperages 3 

Coppersm ths 2 

Daguenean Rooms 7 



j Dentists 

I Dru;; Stores 

I Ur.v Giods (iMlai!) 

Dry Goods (whol sali' 

Hyers and Scourers 

Edge Tool Manu; act lirers 

p]ml rnideries 

Engraver 

Express Offices 

Fancy Goods 

File JIaker 

Flour and Feed Dealers 

Floi.ring Mills 

Foundries and .'Vtachice Shops 

Furniture Dealers 

Gas and Steam Pipe Fitters ■ . 

Gilders and Pictuie Fran.e Makers 

Gri.cers (w olesale} 

Groceis (ritail) 1 

Guns and Pistols 

HariiWHre S on-s ^ 1 

Ila's, Caps and Furs ■'■ 5 

lli.le and Leath-r D alers 5 

o-iery a; d iviiLminus 1 

Hotels 24 

!• e Liealers 2 

1 nsurance Companies (Uonie) 5 

Insurai-ce Conipanks (coreign) 2< 

In n Uai iuL'S 2 

Iron an-l Siee! 4 

Justices of the Peace 4 

La d, Oil, S ap and Candles 2 

L.i!-t nd Pe.' Factor es 1 

Lightning Hod iManuf ct' rers (coj pu). .. I 

Lime and Cement Dealers 2 

Livery !rt d)les !• 

Lonn Oltices 3 

iockmth I 

Lumher Yards G 

Marble Yan's 7 

Merchant Ta lovs !'.> 

Mil iners and Dressmakers 27 

Model Builders 3 

Money lirokers . 1 

Mus c S orts 2 

NewsDep. ts 2 

NeHsp ipers (d ul.v) 2 

New-.papers ( enii-weekly) I 

Ne spap rs (weekly) 9 

Pciiodicals (inonthl>) 3 

Notaries Public 21 



Nurseries 
Oculists . 

Opticians 2 

I'aiut and Color Works ...... 1 

Painters 13 

Paper I' ox Makers I 

PaptrMiU 1 

Patent. Medicines 3 

Patent Solicitors 3 

Physicians.. 64 

Piano Fortes 3 

Planing Mills 3 

Plaster, rs 2 

Plumbers • • • 2 

Portrait Painters 4 

Professors of Music 7 

I rintug Offices 9 

Print' rj (bonk and job) 

Publishers (l)ook). 5 

Pumj) Mak.rs 4 

Real Estate .Vuctioneers 2 

Resta'jran's 13 

Rolling MilP 1 

Saddle an'i Harness Manufacturers 6 

Saddlery Hardware 3 

Saloors 44 

Sash, Doors and Blinds 4 

Saw Manufacturers 1 

Saw Mills 4 

Sed Stores - 2 

Silversmihs 3 

Sair Builders 1 

Stock Brokers 1 

Stoneware 1 

Surveyors 6 

Tanners 3 

TeaDealers 5 

Tinware and Stoves 10 

-Taunk Manufacturera 2 

Turne'S 1 

Umbrella Manufacturers 1 

Undertakers 4 

Vinegar Manufacturers 2 

AVai,'on Manufacluers 5 

Wall Papers 2] 



Wa'ches and Jewelry 9 

Well Dgeers.. 2 

Wines and L quors 12 

Wood and Willaw Ware 1 

Woolen Kaftori s 2 

Yankee Notions and Toys 5 

Miscellaneous. 

steam Fii-e Companies 3 

Militiry Companies 3 

Artibry Con pany 1 

Coirpaiy of Light Dragoons 1 

Gas Lij^bt and Coke Company 1 

Building and Savings Association 1 

Halls and Public Buildings 12 

PostofSce 1 

Literary Institutes 3 

Chess Club 1 

Churches 30 

Female f eminarif s 2 

Academy (Catholic) 1 

Public Libr ri^s 3 

State Benevolent Institutions 3 

Grand Encimpmeiit Knight Templars, 

(Mssonic) 1 

Grand Counc 1 1 

Grand Chapter 1 

Grand Lodge 1 

Subordinate Encampment 1 

Subordinate Council 1 

Subordinate Chapter 1 

Masonic Lodges 3 

Grand Encampment, I. 0. 0. P 1 

Grand LodRC 1 

Subordinite Encampments 3 

Subordinate Lodges 4 

Lodgel.O.S.M. 1 

Lodge (German) Ilaraguris 1 

Railrna'is completed 8 

Railroads ui.der construction 2 

Temperance org'niza'ions (3 

Typographical Union 1 

Gymnastic Association 1 



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TOO LATE FOR REGULAR INSERTION, REMOVALS, &C. 

Adams Wm. M., carpenter, res. 184 I^. Illinois. 

BAERYDE. E. H., E. W. G. Scribe, Grand encampment of 
the State of Indiana, I. O. O. F., office Odd Fellows' 
Hall. 

Batty John H., 31 N. Alabama. 

Bamberger Isaac, clerk H. Bamberger, bds. Tremont House. 

Bobbs J. S., physician and surgeon, office removed to Harri- 
son's Bank. 

BOYD J. T., physician, (home,) removed to 28 N. Illinois, 
res. Ohio, bet. Illinois and Tennessee. 

BEANSOJS" MISS S., agent for J. B. Aiken's Knitting ma- 
chine, 2 Eay's Building, W. "Washington. 

Bugby L. M., res. 118 N Pennsylvania. 

FEEGUSON KILBY, attorney at law and notary public, 
Sentinel Building, res. S. E. cor. East and McCarty. 

Fish A. A., ambrotyjie artist, cor. Washington and Meridian. 

Gold Joseph S., ti-aveling agent G. W. Hawes, bds. American 
House. 

Hasket E., pump maker, Kentucky ave., below State offices. 

Hoshour Samuel K., removed to AY. S. iSTew Jersey, bet. 
Market and Ohio. 

Kellogg Henry S., wholesale iron and hardware commission 
store, QQ E. Washington, res. 87 N. Meridian. 

Lord Julian F., teacher of piano forte and melodian, res. at 
Rev. A. L. Brooks, 89 E. Ohio. 

McLean & Gummer, model builders, removed to cor. Mary- 
land and Meridian, up stairs. 

Moffitt & Hall, dentists, removed to C. A. Elliott's Building. 

MOEEISOX JAMES A., clerk Palmer House. 

Eej'nolds John, (Sulgrove & E.,) res. 30 Ohio. 

MAWTHOR]\ & BUCMA]\A]¥, 

IMPOETEES OF 

No. 83 E. Washington St., 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 

Also, Manufacturers and Dealers in 

'^SS^' ST01SrE"Vv^A.RE 

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290 



INDIANAPOLIS 



PERIJ MD IIDIMAPOLIS 

COMPA.]SrY. 




This road is seventy -three miles in length, runs through 
the center of Marion, Hamilton, Howard and Miami, and 
extends from Indianapolis to Peru, passing through the 
flourishing towns of Noblesville, Cicero, Tipton, Sharps- 
ville and Kokomo, connecting at Peru with the Toledo, 
Wabash and "Western Eailroad, East fcr Toledo and De- 
troit, and" West for Logansjoort, Delphi, Lafayette, and 
towns in Eastern Illinois. Connects with the numerous 
Eailroads diverging from Indianapolis. This is the most 
direct route from Louisville and Southern towns to 

Toledo, Detroit and lontreal. 

Freight and passengers are carried as low as by any other 
route. This is 62 miles shorter to the Lakes from India- 
napolis than by any other road. This Company have ex- 
cellent facilities for transporting both FREIG-HT and PAS- 
SENGEES, and the road is in good running condition, and 
a safe and reliable route. 



DAYID MACY, General Agent and Superintendent. 

C. B. EOBmSON, Assistant Superintendent. 

THEO. P. HAUGHEY, Sec, Treas. and Gen. Ticket Agt. 

L. N. ANDEEWS, General Freight Agent. 

F. GILMAN, Master Machinist, (Peru, Indiana.) 



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. N.S. DODGE & CO., 




p H Y s I o I A. isr s 



FOR DISEASES OP THE 





ALSa CONSULTING PHYSICIANS 



OF THE 



Home PVIiitual^ IQ<|SBitafi)le, Canada Mutual, 
^Vliite Rivea* Valley and Mtna 

LIFE INSURANCE COS. 



DODGE & BLACK, A.gts. 

, NO. 2 GlEl'S BLOCK, INDlAfflPOLIS, IID., 

^OSl 813. 



292- 



INDIANAPOLIS 




antifartor, 



Manufacturer of 

I. H.Tutfle's Patent Hook 
Tootli Cross Cnt. 



AI_SO_, 

N.T. Coffin's Patent Chi- 
sel Tooth Mill Saw. 

SHEFFIELD 



No. 155 Illinois St., South 
of Union Depot, 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 



ELLSWORTH. COLLEY & REDSTONI 




AND SOLICITORS OF PATEi»STS, 

No. 10 South iVIeridian Street, 

iHGtANAPOLiS, INQ. 

» ♦ « ■ ■ 

Attend to all cases in the Federal, Supreme, Circuit and 
other Courts for the State of Indiana, and to the Collection 
of Debts ; also, procure Patents, Pensions, and Prosecute 
any Claims connected with the various departments of the 
General Government. 

N. B. — Competent Draughtsmen are connected with this 
office to aid Inventors in their application. 



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DUMONT & SINKER, 

JIAXXJl"lCTtIRE ALL KINDS AND SIZES OF 

PORTABLE & STATIONARY 

AM fiEINES 

AND BOILERS, 

CIRCULAR, SASH AND MULEY 

SAW MILLS, 

©ilST MILLS & SU@^:B MILLS, 



ALSO EVERY DESCRIPTION OF 



SH££T \fim hm SMITH WORK, SANK VAifLTS, 

Jarb Coolers, ^itm tlljistles, 

Tanks, Steam Guages, Alarm Water Guages, Fire 
Brick and Clay kept constantly on hand. 

PARTICULAR ATTENTIOI^ GIVEN TO REPAIRING. 

SHOP ON UNION RAILROAD, 

One Square East of the Union Passenger Depot, 



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