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The Proprietors of tliis Conipanj- have facilities'enaMng them to forward 

Moneys Parcels, Package^ Goods, 

And also to collect 

In all the principal Cities and Towns in theUnted States, Canadas, 
California and Europe, 

AT LOW RATES AND WITH GRIAT DISPATCH. 
Order Goods Marked "By the American Epress Co." 

WELLS, BUTTERFELD & CO., 

62 BROADWAY AND 8 E.IE PLACE, NEW YORK. 

LIVSf^CSTON, FARCO & CO., 

157 MAIN ?i'KEET, BUf?ALO, NEW YORK. 

Office S.E. cor. Washiiiffton & .leri(!iaii,ljNDIANAPOLIS. 
^^ J. BUTTx RFIELD, Agent. 
UNITED £3TA~"ES 




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€Ai*ITAi., 500,00© I>OLffARS. 
OflBce, S. E. cor. Washington &; Meridian St., Indianapolis. 



Will give special attention to the transmission of Coin, Bank Notes, 
Goods and Packages, and the Collection of Notes, Dra'ts and Accounts, at 
and between New Yoik, Buffalo, Dunkirk, Clevelanc Cincinnati, Chica- 
go, St. Louis, Rock Island, and intermediate Cities aid Towns. Also, at 

All ths Principal Cities and Towns in KANSAS AN) NEBHASKA. 



TEE UNITED STATES EXPEES^ €0;lliPANY 

Connects with the American Express Company at 'uffalo, Cleveland 

and Chicago, and with Wells, Farcro & Co.'sCalifornia 

and European Express. 

J. BUTTERFIELO, A$;^enf, flnfliannpoli><(. 



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CITY DIRECTORY. 



The most Popular Establishment in the City is the 

FASHIONABLE HAT STOHE OF 

H. SA'MBERG-ER 




IVo. 16 E. "W^asliiiig^toii St., 

Where old and joung, rich and poor, citizens and strangers, go to pur- 
chase their 

Hats, Caps, Furs & Straw Goods, 

As the assortment is extensive, prices to suit the times. Quality of 
goods as represented, and New Styles always predominating. 

CALL AND SEE BEFORE PURCHASING ELSEWHERE. 

p. S. — The Wholesale Department of this Establishment 
IS a new feature, and Country Merchants will always find 
a full stock at Cincinnati prices. 



Successive years at Mechanic's Institute, Cincinnati. 



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CITY DIRECTORY. 



MRS, A. THOMSOiN & SON, 

WHOLESALE NEWS AND 



7 Pennsylvania St., one door N. Odd Fellows' Hall. 



The following is a partial list of our Newspapers and Magazines- 



New York Ledger, 

New York Mercury, 

New York Weekly, 

New York Clipper, 

New York Herald, 

New York Tribune, 

New York Illustrated News, 

Frank Leslie's Illustrated, 

Harper's Weekly, 

Scientific American, 

Boston Pilot, 

Irish American, 

New York Budget, 

New York Comic Monthly, 

New York Vanity Fair, 

New York American Union, 

New York True Flag, 



•New York Flag of Our Union, 
New York Yankee Notions and Nick Nax, 
Literary Companion, House-Hold Journal, 
Wide World, 

Wilkes' Spirit of the Times, 
Waverly Weekly, 
Harpers' Magazine, 
Godey's Magazine, 
Peterson's Magazine, 
Continental Magazine, 
Ballou's Dollar Magazine, 
Arthur's Magazine, 
Waverly Magazine, 
Atlantic Magazine, 
Monthly Novelette, 
M'nie Uemorest's Mirror of Fashions, 
Le Bon Ton, Paris Fashions. 



Also, School Books, Dairies, Blank Books, Note Paper, 
Letter Paper, Envelopes, Pencils, Pens, Inks, &c. 

D. J,CALLINAN, 

Dealer in 





EMBBQIOERIES, LACE GOODS, 

Ribbons, Straw Goods, Hosiery, &c., 
No. 28 East Washington Street, North Side, 



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H. H. DODD & CO ., 

BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS AND BOOK BINDERS. 

1862. 



Successive years at the United States Fair. 



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H. II. DODD & CO., 

PRINTEBS, 

NO. 18 EAST WASHINGTON STREET. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 



H. H. DODD & CO., 

BOOKBINDERS, 

NO. 18 EAST WASHINGTON STREET, 
Indianapoijs, Ind. 



A Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine with Hemmer, for $50, 



CITY DIRECTORY. 




INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 



VALENTINE ,BUTSCH, - - Proprietor. 



This Hall can, after the 1st of March, 1862, be rente<l 
for Concerts, Lectures, Panoramic or other Exhibitions, at 
reasonable rates. The proprietor has an annual license 
for exhibitions in the Hall, and no additional charge will 
bo made for license. A faithful Janitor is always in atten- 
dance to attend to the warming and lighting of the Hall. 



Address, 



VALENTINE BUT8CH. 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 



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INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



PAGE. 

ALE ANDrORTER— 

Wright, Downer & Co 178 

AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS— 

Hasselinaii & Vinton 58, 59 

Glazier Charles S6 

Grosvenor & Turner 11 

Redstone, Bros. & Co 243 

ARTISTS, PHOTOGRAPH, AMBROTYPE 
AND DAGUERREOl'YPE— 

Brueninj; E. & J 80 

Hays & Runnion 20 

Morris J. C OS 

Weeks & Cox 110 

ATTORNEYS— 

Caven John 36 

D\'e J. T 24 

Hamlin C 122 

Leathers & Carter 38 

Peelle &. Davis 2G 

BAKERY— 

Cunningham F. P 32 

BARBERS— 

Franklin W. H 20 

Henning & Stelzell 94 

BILL POSTER— 

Smith S 242 

BILLIARD ROOMS— 

Exchange 90 

St. Charles 44 

Union Hall 46 

BOOK BINDERS— 

Braden Wm 132 

Campbell & Bovles 72 

Dodd H. H. & Co 100 

BOOK PUBLISHERS— 

Asher & Co outside front cover 

Clarke & Co S6 

Dodd H. H. & Co 100, 130 

Merrill & Co 126, 128 

BOOK STORES— 

Bowen, Stewart & Co 80 

Merrill & Co 126, 128 

Werden & Co 24 

BOOTS AND SHOES— 

Deters J. II., (Cincinnati) 148 

Knodle A. &. Son 20 

BLTCHERS— 

Blanc, Borst & Lake 38 

Roos & Schmalzried 68 

CARPETS AND MATTING— 

Fletcher H. A. & Co 112 

Boston Store 8 

CIGARS ANT) TOBACCO— 

Frost J.M 96 



PAGE. 

Heidlinger J. A 7o 

Ludden & Lee 74 

Mever G. F 132 

SchnuU A. & H 70 

COAt, OIL AND LAMPS— 

Browning Robert 180 

Rockey H. S 92 

Vickers W. B outside front cov 

CONTECTIONERT- 

Keebe & Hawes 52 

Cunningham F. P 32 

COMMISSION AND PRODUCE— 

Glazier C 86 

Schnull A. & H 70 

WallaceA 124 

CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE— 

Hawthorn & Buchanan 86 

DENTISTS— 

Frink S. C 28 

DRUGS— 

Browning Robert 180 

Egner & Wocher VJ 

Hannaman William 34 

Lowry W. M 28 

Vickers W. B outside front cov 

DRY GOODS— 

Bee-Hive, L. H. Tyler front edge. 

Boston Store, W. Zeigler,..opp. index 

Callinan D. J opp. title page. 

Fletcher H. A. & Co 112 

New York Store, W. &. H. Glenn & 
Co 54,55 

EXPRESS COMPANIES— 

Adams outside front cover. 

American inside front cover. 

United States inside front cover. 

FANCY GOODS— 

Parker R. R 76 

Parker Edgar 78 

FLOURING MILLS— 

Bates City 44 

FOUNDRIES- 

Hasselman & Vinton 58, 50 

FURNITURE— 

Spiegle, Thorns it Co 46 

GROCERS— ■ 

Beebe & Hawes 52 

Birch J. &Co 104 

Culver E 30 

Danforth & Simpson 96 

Holmes C. L 94 

Hogshire & Hunter 40 

Schnull A. & H 70 



For four successive years at the Ohio State Fair. 




PAGE. 

Spencer & Socwell 34 

Tliompsoii Mary 18 

Van Houten & Graham TG 

Wallace Aniirew 124 

GUNS AND PISTOLS— 

Parker Ed<;ar TS 

Wilson J. B '72 

HALLS— 

Metropolitan 1 

HARDWARE- 

Wilson J. B ^2 

Wood A. D 104 

HA.TS AND CAPS— 

Baniberprer H. .. .opp. inside ft. cover. 
Brown W. P 26 

HOSIERY— 

Parker R. R W 

HOT AIR FURNACE- I 

Cox Charles 94 

HOTELS— 

Farmers' Hotel 42 

Macy Hoii.se 32 

Ohio House VS 

Ray House 242 

Union Hall 46 

Union House 68 

ICE— 

Butsch Joseph 38 

Pitts G.W 266 

INSURANCE— 

Dunlop J. S 26 

Hayden J.J. (Pho-nix) 185, 186 

Spann John S outside back cover 

IRON RAILING AND BANK VAULTS— 

Williamson &Haugh 266 

LEATHER, HIDES AND OII^ 

Fishback John 42 

LIME, CEMENT AND COAL— 

Butsch V 22 

LITHOGRAPHERS AND ENGRAVERS— 
Middleton, Strobridge & Co., Cin- 
cinnati 154 



LIVERY STABLES— 

Allen & Hinesley 78 

Johnston 0. W 64 

Wood & Foudray 66 

MACHINE SH0P.S— 

Hasselman & Vinton 58, 59 

Redstone, Bros. & Co 243 

MATHEMATICAL IN.STRUMENT.S— 

Sleffens C. W. & Co 122 

MERCHANT TAILORS, &C.— 

Gcepper Fred 44 

Granilin J. & P 20 

Kahn A ISO 

Moritz, Bros. & Co 76 

Sprague & Co., Cin. . . .outside b'k cov 

MILK— 

Reily John 30 

MUSIC AND MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS— 
Willard & Stowell 84, 85 

MUSIC TEACHER— 

Schonacker H. J. . . .♦ 132 

NEWSPAPERS — 

American 62 

Cincinnate Dailies 104 

Journal Co 56 

Sentinel 60 

NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS— 

Thomson Mrs. A. & Son. . op. title page 



PAGE. 

NURSERY AND GREEN HOUSE— 

Loomis W. H 66 

OPTICIAN— 

Moses L. W outside front cover 

OYSTERS— 

Beebe & Hawes 52 

Hugg M 92 

PAINT AND COLOR WORKS— 

Drake C. B. & Co 22 

PAPER DEALERS— 

Braden Wni 1.32 

Bowen, Stewart & Co 80 

PATENT MEDICINES— 

Frost J. M 96 

PHYSICIANS— 

Barnes H. F 24 

Fishback Charles 72 

Jameson & Funkhouser 18 

Merrill J.F 30 

PRINTERS— 

Cameron W. S 50 

Cullum & Stanage 14 

Bodd H. H. &Co 130 

Landon & Hastings 180 

REAL ESTATE— 

Barnitz & Murphy 22 

Dunlop J. S 26 

Eldridge Jacob 242 

Hamlin L. H. & C 122 

Smith Francis 38 

RAIL ROADS— 

Indianapolis & Cincinnati 82 

Peru &. Indianapolis 88 

Jeffersonville 98 

Terre Haute & Richmond 102 

Madison & Indianapolis 106 

Indiana Central 108 

RESTAURANT— 

Burt's. 13 

SADDLE AND HARNESS MAKER— 

Hinesley A. J 48 

SADDLERY HARDWARE— 

Hinesley A. J 48 

SALOONS AND RESTAURANTS— 

Crystal* Palace 42 

Exchange 15 

Florances 90 

Hugg Martin 92 

Hofmeister C 68 

Lang Louis 36 

Little's Hotel 34 

Magnolia 48 

Nebraska 4S 

Palmer House 40 

Pearl Street 241 

Sandford Caylor 18 

St. Charles 44 

Union Hall 46 

Washington Hall 32 



SAW MANUFACTORY— 

Atkins E.C 13 

SEAL AND PRESS MAKER— 

Hall Mrs. C. F., Cincinnati 148 

SEWING MACHINES— 

Wheeler & Wilson. . .foot lines & 244 

Singer Sewing Machine Co. . .219, 220 
SPICE MANUFACTORY— 

Dixon G. R., Cincinnati 150 

STEREOTYPE FOUNDRY— 

Fleming Goe. H inside back cover 



Wheeler & Wilson's Sewing Machines warranted for three years. 



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CITY DIRECTORY. 



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P. P. STEWART'S CELEBRATED COOKING STOVE. 




MUNSON & JOHNSTON, 

AVhoIesale ami lictail dealers in 

COOKING^ PARLOR AND HEATING STOVES^ 

Manufacturers of 

TIN, SHEET IRON AND COPPER WARE, 

Ko. G2, first door East of Odd Fellows' Hall, INDIANAPOLIS. 

JJ^^ The attention of Builders is particularly called to our Tin Roofing, Guttering and 
Spouting. Satisfaction warranted. 



JULIUS A. GROSVEXOn. 



"WILLIAM H. TURNER. 



GROSVENOR & TURNER, 




Dealers in 

AGRICeLTORAL IMPLEMEHTS, 
Grain Seeds, &c., 

NO. 84 WEST WASHINGTON STREET, 

Theater Building, Second door East of the State House, 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 



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PAGE. 

STONE CUTTER— 

Smith, Ittenbach & Co 18 

STOVES AND TINWARE— 

CoxChiirles 94 

Munson & Johnston 11 

SUNDAY SCHOOL BOOKS— 

Clark & Co 86 

TEAS— 

Ludden & Lee Ti 

TOYS, WOODEN AND WILLOW-WARE— 

Klotz Emil 16 

May er Charles 178 

Parker Edgar 18 

TRUNK MAKER— 

Becker H 44 

TYPE AND STEREOTYPE FOUNDRIES— 

Cincinnati 152 

Franklin, Cincinnati 146 

Hills, O'Driscoll & Co., Cin 150 



PAQB. 

UNDERTAKERS— 

Weaver & Williams 92 

VINEGAR— 

Schnull A. & H 79 

Schofield T. B. <fc Co 22 

WALL PAPER— 

Bowen, Stewart & Co 80 

Werden & Co 24 

WATCHES AND JEWELRY— 

Feller George 36 

McLene J 230 

Bingham W. P. &. Co. .. outside b'kcov 

WINDOW SHADES, CURTAINS AND 
FIXTURES— 

Fletcher H. A. & Co 112 

Werden & Co 24 

WINES AND LIQUORS— 

Culver E 30 

Hugg Martin 24 

Schnull A. & H 70 



CONTENTS. 



PAGK. 

AlpTiabetical Arrangement of Names. . 16 

Banks and Bankers. 275 

Business Mirror 245 

Churches and Pastors 262 

City Officers 267 

County Officers 269 

Courts 269 

Educational 275 

Fire Department 268 

Gas Company 275 

Halls and Public Buildings 276 



PAGR. 

Indianapolis Rolling Mill Company 274 

Libraries 277 

Masonic 270 

Odd Fellows 273 

Post Office 270 

Railroads 277 

State Benevolent Institutions 279 

School Trustees 268 

Township Officers 269 

T3'pographical Union 279 

Young Men's Christian Association 279 



A Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine will last a life-time. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 



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MANUFACTURER OF 



Patent Ground Circular Sav/s, 
Extra Tempered Mill and Mnloy Saws, 
Tuttles's Patent Cross-Cut Saws, 
Single Hook Cross-Cut Saws. 
SHEFFIELD WORKS, 155 S. Illinois Street, 
INOIANAPOT^TS, INO. 

Special attention paid to Repairiup;. Breakage in repairing at owner's 

risk. 



No. 13 South Illinois Street, 




WARM MEALBAT ALL HOURS. 



Oysters and Game in their Soason. 



HOURS FOR REGULAR IViEALS 

Breakfast - - - 6 to 9 A. M. 

Dinner - - - - 12 M. to 2 P. M. 

Supper . - - - 6 to 8 P. M. 

Eegular Meals - 



25 Cents. 



ECE CREASE km FROSTS lU THEIR SEASON. 

SRECIAL- ARARTMENTS ROR L_ADIES- 
N. B. No Liquors Sold on the Piomises. 



350 families in Indianapolis and vicinity use Wheeler & Wilson. 



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EMIL KLOTS, Proprietor, 
37 East Washington Street, 

mDtANAPoust mo. 

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CIGARS & TOBACCO, 

Wooden & Willow Ware, 

CUTLERY, 



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Fall assortment and best quality of Goods at Lowest 
Prices. 

EMIL KLOTZ. 



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ABBREVIATIONS. 

Bds., boards; cor., corner; res., residence; col., colored; wid., luidow ; 
opp., opposite; bet., betiueer^ ; ave., avenue; E., W., N., S., £'a5;, Ti'es^, 
North, South. Tlie word 5i'?rf^ is implied. 



Abbett Charles H., physician, 20 Virginia ave. 

Abbett L., physician, 20 Virginia ave., office in bascnaent. 

Abbett Wm. A., salesman, Fancy Bazaar, bds. 20 Virginia 

ave. 
Abrams John, clerk, 74 E. Washington, res. 133 Noble. 
Abromit Adolphiis, clerk at Arsenal, res. 153 S-, Tennessee. 
Acher Frank, dealer in patent medicines, res. 101 S. New 

Jersey. 
Achey Henry, tavern keeper, res. 5 Kentucky ave. 
Achey John II., bds. 5 Kentucky ave. 
Adair J. S., res. Macy House. 
Adams Charles T., laborer, bds. 124 N. West. 
ADAMS EXPEESS, John II. Ohr, agent, 12 E. Washington. 
ADAMS GEO. H., book-keeper Asher & Co., res. 149 K. 

Pennsylvania. 
Adams Hubbard, watchman, res. 85 S. New Jersey. 
Adams Jno. W., (Mauldin & Co.,) bds. Pyle House. 
Adams Levi P., cooper, bds. at Thos. H. Adams'. 
Adams Martha, dress-maker, res. 199 N. Ala. 
Adams Eeuben, deputy sheriff, res. 71 S. New Jersey. 
Adams Thos. H., cooper, N. Illinois, bet. second and third. 
Adams W. L., salesman, 26 and 28 W. Washington, res. 60 

E. North. 

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OPEX NIGHT AND DAY. 



lIDFOITH GAYLuE, - Proprieior 

CHARLIE D. LOVETT, Barkeeper. 

SMITH. ITTENiL^CH & Ctf., 



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No, 170 South Delaware Street. 

Keep constantly on hand all kinds of STONE, and will 
promptly fill all orders in city or countr}^, of any style. 



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No. 5 South Meridian St., 







M^RY TI-IOMPSOM, 
Ko. 60, Conser of SoiiOi ami Delaware Streets, 

Keeps constantly on hnnd a supply of 

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Aderson Wm , salesman, 27 W. Washington. 

^TNA BUILDING, :N". Pcnnsj'lvania, bet. AVashington and 
Market. 

.ETXA INS. CO., William Henderson, Agent, ^Etna Build- 
ing, Pennsylvania. 

^Etna Mills, J. Skillen k Bro., Proprietors, W. Washington. 

Affenstrunger Cyrus, blacksmith, res. 149 N. West. 

Afton A., newspaper carrier, res. 13 Central. 

Aiijen Patrick, night policeman, res. 8 Michigan Eoad. 

Aikens Mrs. Martha, seamstress, res. Hosbrook. 

Albert John W., saddle and harness maker, 103 E. Wash- 
ington, res. 210 N. Alabama. 

Albrecht Geo., varnisher, at Spiegel, Ttfoms & Co., res. 95 
Davidson. 

Albro Henry, machinist, Eoot's foundry, 252 S. Delaware. 

Aldag August, shoemaker, 137 E. Washington, res. 40 Spring. 

Aldag Charles L., shoemaker, 137 E. Washington, res. 32 N. 
Liberty. 

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

Aldene Mrs. E., dress-maker, res. 35 W. New York. 

Aldridge John, carpenter, res. Davidson, bet. Michigan and 
Vermont. 

Alexander Geo., bds. 27 Indiana ave. 

Alexander John E., silversmith, W. Indianapolis. 

ALFOHD, MILLS & CO., wholesale grocers, 36 E. Wash- 
ington. 

Alford Thos. G., (Alford, Mills & Co.,) res. 83 N. Alabama. 

Alhand J. L , wagon maker, res. 164 IS". Noble. 

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

Allaire Peter A., brick-mason, res. 138 N. Alabama. 

Allaire Jas. P., brick-layer, res. 138 N. Alabama. 

ALLEN REV. x\.RCHIBALD C, presbyierian, res. 38 E. 
New York. 

Allf n Emory, (col.,) teamster, res. 133 N. Alabama. 

Allen Henry, (Allen & Hinesley.) res. 66 W. Vermont. 

Allen James, pressman Cullum & Stanage. 

Allen Johanna, (wid.,) washer, 17 Virginia ave. 

Allen Joseph, wood chopper, res. North, bet. Blapkford and 
California. 

Allen Eobert, res. 114 W. New York. 

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

ALLEJ^ & HINESLEY, livery and sale stable, rear of 
Palmer House, Pearl. 

AUred Garretson W., City Sexton, res. South, bet. Missouri 
and California. 

Altaraon Samuel, (O.sgood, Smith k Co.,) res. 205 N. Illi- 
nois. 



Upw.irds of 100 W. i W. Machines in use in Ind'p'lis making army clothing;. 



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J^. KNODLE & SOlSr, 

Manufacturers and Dealers in 



No. 32 East Washington Street, 

All kinds of Work and. Repairing done to 

order. 

HAYS & KUNNIUN'S 



No. 32^ East Wii^hington St.. opposite Glenn's Block. 



Life and Miniature size, Plain or in Oil Colors. 

PHOTOGRAPHS IN INDIA INK. 
And Dealers in 

READY-MAI>E Cf.OTMIi^G, 
GENTS' FURNISHING ODOES, TRUNKS AND VALISES. 

No. 41 East Washington St., 

WILLIAM M, FMAMKLIIW. 



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Cor. Washington and Meridian Sts.. 

UNDER BRANCH BANK, 



Hair Cutting, Hair Dyeing, Shaving, Shampooing, &c., done by experi- 
enced workmen. 



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

Altmonds Harmin, clerk, 134 W. Washington. 

Alvey J. H., book-keeper, 71 W. Washington, bds. Palmer 
House. 

Alvord E. S., res. 54 X. Pennsylvania. 

Ambrose Mary, Superioress of Sisters of Providence, cor. 
Geori^ia and Tennessee. 

AMERICAN EXPEESS COMPANY, cor. AVashington and 
Meridian, J. Butterfield, Agent. 

AMES A. S., Baptist Minister, res. 11 W. Market. 

Ames Edward I?., res. N- Pennsylvania. 

Ames James, piano manufacturer, 1 Blake's Building, res. 
155 Michigan. 

Amos Thomas D., policeman, res. 73 Spring. 

Amos William, brick mas'^n, res. 143 N. Noble. 

Anaker John, laborer, res. 70 N. Noble. 

Anckenbrook Henry, drayman, res. 273 S. Delaware. 

Anderson Mrs., es. 53 E. Market. 

Anderson George, carpenter, bds. 53 E. Market. 

Anderson George P., (Bates City Mills,) res. 5 E. New York. 

Anderson G. P., insurance agent and notary public. 44 N. 
Pennsylvania, res. 5 E.New York. 

Anderson James, ostler, bds. Farmer's Hotel. 

Anderson James, carpenter, bds. 53 E. Market. 

Anderson James W., messenger American Express Com- 
pan}", res. Ill N. East. 

Anderson Jerome S., El de la Hom House, bds. 42 N. Mis- 
sissij)j)i. 

Anderson James, carpenter, res. 52 Indiana avenue. 

Anderson Eobert J., bricklayer, res. 15G N. Delaware. 

Anderson Samuel, (col.,) wood sawyer, res. 63 S. Noble. 

Anderson Thomas, laborer, res. 84 Indiana avo. 

Anderson William, clerk, bds, 63 E. Market. 

Anderson William, cooper, res. 188 E. St. Clair. 

Andra John, saddler and harness maker, 171 E. Washing- 
ton, res. 152 E. New York. 

Andrew John, saddler and harness maker, 169 E. Washing- 
ton, res. 151 New York 

ANDREWS L. N., general freight agent Peru & Indiana- 
polis railroad, office at depot, res. 73 N. Delaware. 

Anta Jacob, blacksmith, res. 199 S. Delaware. 

Anthony David, carpenter, res. 131 E. New Y'^ork. 

Applegate B., book-keeper, cor. Washington andDehiware, 
bds. Bates House. 

Appleton Eliza, (col.,) washer, res. 123, E. St. Clair. 

APPLETON JAMES R., (H. H. Dodd k Go.,) res. 100 W. 
Vermont. 

Archey David, (col ,) res. 136 N. Delaware. 



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T. B. SCHOFIEIiD. 



JAMES ROSS. 



THOMAS B. SCHOFFELD & CO.. 

Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in 

CIDEK, GRAPE AND FAMILY 

OLD RYE, BOURBON, &c. 

No. 49 South St., 



VALENTINE BUTSCH, 

Keeps on hand a fresh and laige stock of 



Office opposite Madison Depot, 

Orders jDroraptl}' filled in any part of the city or country. 



C. B. DRi^KE &: CO., 



NO. 47 SOUTH STREET, Manufacturers of 



WH 



COLORS 



And I^ealei's in 
Cily and Cow si try Orders Solicited. 



W> re «i 



Cn.A.KLES BARNITZ. 



TOBIAS MUEPHY. 



BAR]\ITZ & MURPHY, 

Real Estate, Collecting, and 



Will sell, buy and exchange Houses, Lots, Farms, improved or unimprov- 
ed. We also rent houses. All business properly atttended to. 

Room No. 8 Temperance Hall, West Wash. St. 



Th3 First Premium awarded the Wheeler & Wilson Machine 



CITY BIRECTORY. 23 



Armburster John J., clerk Meikel's brewery, res. West, bet. 

Maryland and Georgia. 
Armon Pat., ostler for Wm. Wilkinson. 
Armstrong George F., express messenger, res. Tennessee, S. 

of Garden. 
Armstrong John, salesman Xew York York Store, bds. 109 

E. South. 
Armstrong John IST.. laborer, res. 47 McCarthy. 
AEMSTEONG EEV. WILLIAM, Agent American Bible 

Society, res. 186 N. Illinois. 
Armstrong & Perine, coal dealers, 12 W. Maryland. 
Arnhiltcr Henry, harness maker, bds. 151 New York. 
Arnold B. F., law student, bds. -14: N. Pennsylvania. 
Arnold Mrs. Jane, (wid. ) res. cor. Fletcher's ave. and Pine. 
Arnold Peter, laborer, res. 7 N. New Jersey. 
Arthur Thomas, machinist, Washington Foundry, res. 117 

S. Tennessee. 
Ash Kichard, laborer, res. 99 E. Louisiana. 
Ash Eichard, res. alley, bet. Noble and Benton. 
Asher John E., (A. & Co.,) bda. S. Pennsylvania. 
ASHEE & CO., book publishers and sellers, 3 Odd Fellows' 

Hall. (See card outside front cover.) 
Ashmer J. G., artist, res. 69 N. Tennessee. 
Askin Patrick, laborer, res. Michigan, bet. Liberty and East. 
Asmus Fred., carpet weaver, res. 74, W. Michigan. 
Asper Harman, laborer, res. E. Wyoming. 
Aston Joseph, horse dealer, res. 9 Kentucky ave. 
Astor Saloon and Eestaurant, Fey & Euuman, 9 N. Penn- 
sylvania. 
Athon James S., physician and surgeon, res. 82 N. New 

Jersey. 
Atkins E. C, saw manufacturer, 155 S Illinois, res. 29 Mad- 
ison ave. 
Atkinson Eliza, (wid.,) res. 73 E. Merrill. 
Atkinson Joseph H., road master on the Bellefontaine E. E., 

res. 233 S. Delaware. 
Atkinson Thomas J., painter, res. 11 Massachusetts ave. 
Aubi-ey Thomas, harness maker, 103 E. Washington, bds. 

East Street House. 
Augelman William, cigar maker, 35 W. Washington, res. 70 

N. Mississippi. 
Aumann Christ., wood chopper, res. 143 E. Georgia. 
Austemyre Andrew, laborer, res. 17 Central. 
Austen John J., gardener, res. 77 E. Market. 
Austin Mrs. Myra, (wid.,) res. 13 Central. 
Avels Margaret, grocery, res. 277 S. Delaware. 
Averill Martin V., candidate for orders, bds. cor. Delaware 

and New York. 



For foui- successive years at the Ohio State Fair. 



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INDIANAPOLIS 



MA.RTIlSr HUG, 

Wholesale Dealar in 
TTo. 140 West Washington Street, near the State House, 



^f 



ELIAS WERDEN. 



DAN L G. WILLIAMS. 



•V^E:R,IDE3Sr Sc CO., 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

Medical, Scliool, Blank Books, 

^ND STj^TIOISTERY. 

Also, Manufacturers and Importers of Wall and Window Paper, Oil and 
Linen Shades, Window Fixtures, Cord and Tassels. 

ISTo. 2«3 East Washington St. opposite Glenn's Block, 
iKriDi-A.]sr.AuFOLis, iisriD. 

Bi^„Wall Paper and Window Shades hung on short notice.' 



johjst t. dye. 



INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA. 

OfBce in Blackford's Building, corner of Wasliington and Meridian sts. 
Besidence 154 West New York st. 



DR. HENRY F. BARNES, 



INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 

OFFICE, Diagonal Cor. of Washington St.^and Kentucky 
Ave. opposite Bates and Palmer^IIouses. 



Wheeler & Wilson's Sewing Machines awarded the first premium for five 



CITY DIRECTORY. 25 



xiverj John L., carpenter, shop cor. iS'orth and Alabama, 

res. 104 N. Alabama. 
Avery John P., medical student, res. 10-4 N. Alabama. 
Avery Leonard S., res. 140 N. Tennessee. 
Avil Joseph, hack driver, 259 S. Pennsylvania. 
Ayres David, wood sawyer, res. 67 Hosbrook. 
Ayres Milton, plow maker, res. 13 Henry. 
Ayres "William S., carpenter, res. cor. Tennessee and First. 

B 

Backesto J. P., physician, res. 28 N. Illinois. 

BACON DAN., bds. Bates House. 

Bacon Elisha W., painter, res. 131 N. Alabama. 

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

Bacon T. L., book-keeper, bds. 59 E. New York. 

Bacon Yfilliam M., painter, res. North, bet. Alabama and 

New Jersey. 
Baer Mrs. (wid.,) res, W. Georgia. 
Baggs Frederick, clerk State Auditor's office, res. 59 E. 

Ohio. 
Bailey — , carpenter, res. 8 Bates. 
Bailey William, moulder for Eooc, Bennet & Co., res. 173 S. 

Mississippi. 
Bailey William, tailor, 63 E. Washington. 
Baine R. T., machinist, bds. Farmer's Hotel. 
Baker Mrs. A., (Mrs. A. B. & Co.,) res. 26 S. Illinois. 
Baker Mrs. A. & Co., milliners and dealers in fancy goods, 24 

S. Illinois. 
Baker J. A., clerk, 32 W. Washington, res. 26 S. Illinois. 
Baker John, harness maker, 34 W. Washington, bds. Pyle 

House. 
Baker James M.. (Baker & Mclver,) res. 26 S. Illinois. 
BAKEK & McIVER, manufacturers and dealers in hats, 

caps and furs, 22 E. Washington. 
Baldwin J. Herman, Fancy Bazaar, E. AYashington, res. S3 

E. New York. 
Balke Charles, saloon, 175 E. Washington, res. same. 
Ball C, railroader, res. 91 Indiana ave. 
Ball John, porter, Morris House. 
Ballard Austin, seal and press maker, res. 5 Circle. 
Ballard G. M., teacher at Institute for the Blind. 
Ballingers Elijah M., carpenter, res. 150 N. East. 
Ballinger Edward B., student at law, with K. L. Walpole. 
Balls Chas., baggage master Lafayette R.B., res. 91 Indiana 

ave. 
Ballweg Fred., laborer, -es. 59 N. Mississippi. 



Successive years at Mechanic's lustitute, Cincinnati. 



26 INDIANAPOLIS 



JOHN S. DUNLOP, 

[ ...... 

^ole and Stock Broker eand l^otary FuMic, 

INDIANAROl_IS^ IND_^ 

Represents tlie folloivin^ Tvell kno^vii and reliable Insur- 
rance Conipan'cs: 

ASSETS. 

LoRiLLARD Fire Ins. Co., X. Y., 8600.000. 

Security Fire Ins. Co., N. Y., 700,000. 

Continental Fire Ins. Co,, N. Y., 1,050,000. 

Springfield Fire Ins. Co., Springfield, Mass., 450,000. 

Market Fire Ins. Co., N. Y., 300,000. 

New England Fire Ins. Co., Hurtford, Conn., 225,000. 

Mutual Life Ins. Co., N. Y.. 8,000,000. 

Ofiflce, third door North of North-West Corner 
Washington and Meridian Streets. 

IN DI A^]Sr A.POLIS 



MAilfUFACTOllY, 

No. 20 Kentucky Avenue, next to the State 
Treasury Building. 

Hats made to oider, and guaranteed to fit the most diiTicult shaped beads. 

W. P. BROWN. 



TV. A. PEELLE, (Sec. of State.) EDWIN" A. DAVIS. 

PEEI.LE &^ DAVIS, 

ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, 

INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA, 

Over the office of the Secretary of State. 

4]^° Particular attention g^iven to Securing and Collecting' 
Debts tbroug^bout tbe State. 

A Wheeler & AVilson Sewing Machine will last a life-time. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 



Ballweg Ambrose, ,IT. S. Arsenal, 7 Madison ave. 

Bal-^ Charles, (Ruschaupt et B., res. 56 E. St. Joseph. 

Bals Christ., clerk, 82 E. Washington. 

Bals Henry, (retired.) res. 51 Union. 

Balwig& Kindler, gun and locksmiths, res. 17 Kentucky ave. 

Bamberger David, res. 207 Crawfordsville Road. 

BAMBERGER HERMAN, wholesale and retail dealer in 
Hats, Caps, Furs, itc, old Sentinel building, 16 E. Wash- 
ington, res. W. side New Jersey, bet. Market and Ohio. 

Bamberger Isaac, clerk, 3 E. Washington. 

BaiiaelauH Rebecca. (Avid.,) res. 45 E. Louisiana. 

BAXK OF THE STATE OF INDIANA, cor. Illinois and 
Kentucky ave. H. McCuUoch, Pres't., James M. Ray, 
Cashier. 

Banister S. L., shoemaker, res. 122 S. Noble. 

Banks F. R., railroader, res. 66 S. Noble. 

Bannon Andrew, moulder, res. 194 E. Ohio. 

Bannister Puree!!, stencil cutter, res. 31 Indiana ave. 

Barbee Robert B., wagon maker, res. 165 N. East. 

Barbee Sampson, res. N. Orient. 

Barbour Lucian, (B. & Howland.) res. 107 N. Alabama. 

Barbour Samuel, proprietor Barbour House, 29 and 31 N. 
Alabama. 

BARBOUR .t HOWLAND, attorneys at law, N. W. cor. 
Wa'^hington and Meridian. 

Barger John, wagon maker, W. Indianapolis. 

Barker Jerry, clerk, 56 E. Washington, bds. 149 N. Delaware. 

BARKER THOS. D., (Featherston & B.,) res. 149 N Dela- 
ware. 

Barklt'3' James, laborer, res. 75 E. Merrill. 

BARNARD J., agent for Downer, Bemis & Co.'s Champaigne 
Ale, 20 S. Meridian, res. 207 N. Illinois. 

Barnett David, works in post office, bds. 123 N. New Jersey. 

Barnett Isaac, res. 66 N. East. 

Barner S., Union Dining Hall. 55 W. VYashington, res. same. 

Barnes A., clerk American Express Office, res. 24 S. Meri- 
dian. 

Barnes Ellis, foreman Journal Office, res. 113 N. East. 

BARNES H. E., phj-sician, office Blake's building. 

Barnes Jerome B., hack driver, res 216 S. Alabama. 

Barnes William, patent agent, res. 66 N Delaware. 

Barnham Wm., blacksmith, cor. Vermont and California. 

Barnitz Charles, (Barnitz & Murphy,) res. 148 N. Illinois. 

BARNITZ & MURPHY, real estate agents, 8 Temperance 
Hall. 

Barnitz J. W., physician and taxidermist, bds. 148 N. Il- 
linois. 

Barnitt Thomas, grocer, 170 E. Washington, res. 183 Market. 



The Wheeler & Wilson Henmier is the only Hemmer that will sell. 



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INDIANAPOLIS 



s. c. frustk. 




Office No. 4 Yohn's Block, Cor. Wash. & Meridian Sts., 
INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA. 

Would retui-n his most sincere tlianlis to Lis friends and tlie public for 
their patronage of the past, hoping by a faithful performance of all work 
entrusted to him as a Surgeon or Mechanical Dentist, still to merit a 
continuance of the same. 

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 tlie quick dispatch of all kinds of 
Dental work. From one tooth to a whole set inserted in a few hours. 
Every operation for the preservation and beautj- of the human teeth, 
will be performed in the most careful and thorough manner. 

CHLOROFORM GIVEN WHEN REQUIRED. 

OFFICE HOURS FROM 8 A. M., TO 5 P. M. 

Also, his celebrated 

Orieatal TootiL Powder, 

For cleansing and beautifying the teeth, always on hand. Prices to cor- 
respond with the times, and all work warranted. 



W. M. LOWRY, 





No. 49 Massachusetts Avenue, 

General dealer in all kinds of Medicines, — Allopathic, Botanic, Eclec- 
tic and Concentrated, and all the most popular Patent Medicines of the 
day. Pure Drugs, Chemicals, Perfumery, Stationery, Toys, Notions and 
Fancy articles, 

Coal Oil, Burning Fluid, Candles, Soap, Teas, Brooms, Spices, Candies, 
Cider Vinegar, Paints, Oils, Dye Stutfs, Window Glass, Putty, Brushes, 
Bird Seed. Matches, Lamp Chimneys and Wicks, and in short almost any 
thing that may be found in a well filled 

DRUG AND VARIETY STORE. 

Pliyslcians' Prescriptions filled 'ivitli accuracy and di»- 
pateli. Pure 'Wines and Liquors for Medical Purposes* 

Excelsior Weather Strips, and "Right" for sale. 



First Premium awarded the Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine for three 



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CITY DIRECTORY. 29 



Bai-nett Thomas, jr., clerk. 170 E. Washington, bds. 183 
Market. 

Barr Ja|5ob, vonitjan blind maker, shop 86 X. Alabama, res. 
same. 

BarreH Michael, laborer. 

Barrett Patrick, laborer, res. 82 S. !N'oble. 

Barrett Z. E., conductor Bellefontaine Eailroad, bds. Palmer 
House. 

Barry E. II., Grrand Secretary Odd Fellows, res. cor. Ten- 
nessee and First. 

Barry Ellen, (wid.,) 306 S. Delaware. 

Barry John, laborer, res. 64 Huron. 

Barry Thomas (1., salesman, 40 E. Washington, bds. cor. 
First and Tennessee. 

Barst Frederick, butcher, res. 65 E. Merrill. 

Bart Daniel, milkman, res. 69 E. St. Marys. 

Barth Georije, res. 198 Virginia ave. 

BARTH EEV. JOHN H., Methodist, res. 121 N. Alabama. 

Barth Lewis A., j^orter E. C. Mayhew & Co., res. 198 Vir- 
ginia ave. 

Bartlett John M., cook Spencer House, res. 173 N. Missis- 
sippi. 

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

Barwell Thomas, painter, bds. 151 N. Libert}'. 

Bass Love, (col.,) eating saloon, res. 22 Bates. 

Bassett Mrs. Amanda, res 20 E. Ohio. 

Bassett H. H., clerk Frank Smith, res. cur. Pennsylvania 
and Ohio. 

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

Bassett William, with J. F. Johnston, res. cor. Moi-idian and 
Maryland. 

BATES CITY MILLS, J. Wash. Jcfferies, proprietor, cor. 
Noble and Washington. 

Bates Harvey, Sr., res. 67 E. Market. 

BATES HAEVEY, JK., (Wright, B. & Maguire,) res. cor. 
Madison ave. and Lincoln. 

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

BATES HOUSE IIAIE DEESSING SALOON, Henning 
& Stelzell, proprietors, Bates House, Illinois. 

BATES HOUSE SALOON, under Bates House, Illinois. 

BATTELLE RV.Y, C. D., minister Wesley Chapel, res. 2 
Circle. 

Batty Edwin, carpenter, res. Broadway. 

Batty John H., commissary 19th regiment U. S. A., res. 156 
E. New York. 

Bawde Andrew, in Central depot, res. 29 S. Alabama. 

Bauer Mrs. J. V. E., res. 63 N. Illinois. 



Successive years at the United States Fair. 



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INDIANAPOLIS 



^ s a ii'^ /I 



ixi, v^» 



K\1 



One Mile North of City. 



JOHN O. REIL 



?rH V 



Proprietor. 



JilILIC, delivered in any p;irt of the city at reasounblc rates. 



^ ^1^ ^ ^^i. 



It U y 1^ *u ^ 

By ADAM ^<^3^Kh ::S^m^ MST^EE, 

!o. (36 Illinois Street, near the Union Depot, 
INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 



Fare— Per Meal, 2") Tents; Per Day, 7,5 Cents, ggg" Wagon Yard for 
the Acouvnmodoiiou of Travelers. 



r~ ri Q 

2C„ H ii 






156 Y/est Washington St. 



Dr. Mekrill devotes his time exolusively to the treatment of Chronic 
l)isea8es, Scrofula, iUienmatisra, Diseases peculiar to Females, Affections 
(if ttie Liver, Secret. Diseases, Fistula, Self Abase, Female Obstructions, 
from whatever cause produced ; Fits, Enlargement of Spleen, Scald He,ad, 
<!^-(;. — Diseases exauiiiied by Uriscopid, or Chcinical Examination of the 
Uriiie, is desired, llemedial Agents T.-hoily Eclectic." OiSce accessible 
day or night. No boys around. 



ELIIIU CULVER, 

DEALER I\ 
WHOLESALE AND P.ETAIL, 

No. 142 West Washlngic-n Street, Sndianapolis 





Wheeler & Wilson's Sewinp: Machines have been awarded the First Premium 



CITY DIRECTORY. 31 



Baugh Casper, butcher, res 14 W. Giirden. 
'Baxter William, (_col.,) wood chopper, res. Howard. 

Bayh)r James J., U. S. A., res. 2.'>8 S. Dehwvare. 

BxVYMILLEE CHAELES P., local editor Dailj^ State Sen- 
tinel, bds. 90 Massachnsetts ave. 

Beach W. B., res. 106 N. West. 

Beal J. A. attorney at law, G Glenns' Bio'k, i-es. 82 N. East. 

Beaie J., painter and paper hanger, res. 175 E. South. 

Beam David, (Byrkit &, B..) carpenters, res. 125 S. Ten- 
nessee. 

Beard Amos, ])lo\v maker, bds. 28 Indiana ave. 

Beard Benjamin F., plow maker, bds. 28 Indiana ave. 

Beard Salmon, (B. Starr & Co..) res. 28 Indiana ave. 

BEARD, STARE & CO., plow makers, 2 x\. Tennessee. 

Beaslcy John E., shoemaker, 32 E. Washington, res. 105 N. 
Tennessee. 

Beatty Charles, assistant real estate agent, 13 S. Illinois, bds. 

50 S. Mississippi. 
"BEATY DAVID S., President Indianapolis Gas Light and 
Coke Company, office Hubbard's Block, res. 80 E. 
Michigan. 

Beck C, gunsmith, 15 S. Meridian, res. 80 N. New Jersey. 

BECK E., proprietor Crystal Palace Saloon, 44 W. Wash- 
ington. 

Beck Frederick, butcher, cor. Bluff Eoad and McCarthy- res. 

in rear. 
-Beck Jacob, gunsmith, res. cor. Alabama and St. Clair. 

Beck John, cigar maker, 10 Bati.s ILjuse, bds. Union Hall. 

Beck John A., watchmaker. Odd Fellows Hall, bds. W. H. 

Campbell. 
-Beck Jos. A., conductor Terro Haute Eailroad. res. CO W. 
South. 

Beck Samuel, gunsmith, 86 E. Washington, res. 21 S. Del- 
aware. 

BECKEE H., manufacturer and de.aler in trunks, valises, 
&c., 30 W. Washington, res. 139 South Tennessee. 

Becker Jacob, (Tapkiug k B.,) res. N. Pennsylvania, opp. 
Blind Asylum. 

Beckman John, laborer, res. 208 S. Alabama. 

BEECH WOOD NUESEEY, J. F. Hill & Co., proprietors, 

office 44 jS". Pennsylvania. 
^Beebe E., (B. & Hawes.) bds. Morris House. 

BEEBE & HAWES, wholesale and retail grocers, 9 W. 
Washington. 

Bechimer S. B., carpenter, 28 E. Georgia. 

BEE HIVE DEY GOODS STOEE, 2 W. Washington, 
Louis H. Tyler, proprietor. 

Beerman John, porter Union Depot, res. 112 S. Koble. 



For four successive years at the Am. Institute, New loi'k. 



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INDIANAI-OUS 



Confectionary, Bakery and IceCivam Saloon, 

No. 43 Cor. Market and Illinois Streets, 
SNDSAf^APOLIS, 3MD. 

Every kind of Taffy kept constantly on liand. Oystoi's, Pigs' Feet, 
Cliickens, Ham find Kggs, Sardines, he. 

Warm Meals at all hours, for 25 cents. 

WASHINGTON HALL SALOON 

78 and 80 West Wash. St , INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 



DIETZ & DAVIS, 



Proprietors. 



Beer, Wines, Ale, Liquors and Cigars always on liand. Oysters and 
Game in every style. 





Cor. of Illinois and Market Streets, 

INDIANAPOLIS. IND. 



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



Ternis^ One Dollar per Da j^ 



J. EDWARD BEDFORD, Prop'r. 



Wheeler & Wilson's Sewing ^Machines warranted for three vears. 




CITY DIRECTORY. 33 



Beever E., carpenter, res. 182 Massaehusctts ave. 

Behimcr Daniel, carpenter, res. G Willard. 

Belger Joseph, carpenter, res. 154 E. New York. 

Bell A., watch maker, 37 W. Washington, bds. E. Wash- 
ington. 

Bell Miletus, physician and surgeon, res. 124 N. Delaware. 

Bell AVilliam, teamster, res. 74 N. Blackford. 

Bellefontaine Railroad Jjinc. office cor. Louisiana and Me- 
ridian. 

Belles John, machinist, Western Machine Works. 

Bcllis Samuel, dealer in sewing machines, res. 110 N. New 
Jersey. 

Bellous Elihu, blacksmith Western Machine Works, res. 171 
N. Alabama. 

Belzer George, laborer, res. 218 IST. Alabama. 

Belzncr Michael, laborer, I'es. 193 S. Pennsjdvania. 

Bemiss D. S., book-keeper, Bates City Mills, bds. Little"s 
Hotel, 
^■j^^endcr David, proprietor National Hotel, W. Waskington. 

Bender T., currier for John Fishback. 

Bender Tobias, laborer, res. 131 E. Market. 

Benham A. M., salesman 4 Bates House, bds. Macy House. 
.J^enjamin D. O., (D. O. B. & Son,) res. 166 S. Alabama. 

BENJAMIN D. O. & SON, Capital City File Works, Penn- 
sj'lvania, one square E. of depot. 

Benjamin Theodore, (D. O. B. & Son,) res. 166 S. Alabama. 

Benjamin Thomas, file cutter, bds. 166 S. Alabama. 

Benner James, laborer, res. 360 Yirginia ave. 

Bennct William, wood chopper, W. Indianapolis. 

Bennett W. II., (Eoot, B. & Co.,) res. 119 N. Pennsylvania. 

Benson Henry, egg packer, res. 51 Benton. 

Benton Harvey, boiler maker Lawrenceburg car shop, res. 
E. National Road. 

Berger Edward, cigar maker, bds. 41 Spring. 

Berger Y., porter Macy House. 

Bergner G., assistant teller Indianapolis Branch Banking 
Company, bds. 03 Washington. 

Beringer Joseph, bar-keeper St. Charles Saloon, bds. 157 
Alabama. 

Berry G. W., brakeman Central Railroad, res. 53 Benton. 
^.»JBerry I. N., clerk Hoosier Woolen Factory, res. 244 W. 
Washington. 

Berry John, laborer, res. 75 W. Yermont. 

Berry Mary, res. 212 E. St. Clair. 

Berry Michael, stone cutter, res. 46 Spring. 

Berry Richard, laborer, res. 276 S. Delaware. 

Borrj-man Eli, laborer, res. Duncan. 

Berryman John, wagon maker, res. 50 S. Noble. 



The Wheeler & Wilson Hemmer makes hems of any width. 



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111"! 



7^ 



Under Little's Hotel, 
Cor. of East Washington and New Jersey Streets, 

■JOHIf LSDLIi; - - ■ Proprietor, 




A VERY FINE SELECTION OF 

v-wmES, LIQUORS Am QIGAB8 

ALWAYS OX HAKD. 

Oysters & Game in their Season. 



DEALER IN 

PURE BRUG^' 

AND MEDICINE© 

40 East Washington St., - - - SME 



Prescriptions carefully compounded by experienced clerks at all hours. 



8FEi\^CEM & SOCWi^LL, 



•DEALERS IN- 



ilOG 



!iei 



No. 202 EAST WASHINGTON STREET. 



Orders from the Country promptly filled and attended to. 



Wheeler & Wilson's Sewing Machines awarded the first premium for five 



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CITY DIRECTORY. ^ <S t C>^-S >• ^ 35 



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

Bcrwer John, huckster, res. 00 Davidson. 

Bese Frederick, laborer, res. 144 N. Liberty. 

Beskeno; Christ., laborer, res. 58 Huron. 

BESSONIES AUGUSTUS, Priest of St. Johns Church, res. 
Georgia, bet. Tennessee and Illinois. 

Bettes W. R.. clerk J. K. Sharpe, res. 24 Massachusetts ave. 

Ikn-ington Albert, plasterer, res. J 92 N. Noble. 

Biddle Wm., res. Orient. 

Bidin C. W., dress maker, 165 E. Washington, res. same. 

Biedenmeister, C. A., res. 59 N. East. 

Bigelow Ira P., plasterer, res. 178 E. New York. 

Bigelow J. S., deputy U. S. Marshall, res. cor. Tennessee 
" and St. Clair. 

Bincr Win. P., cigar maker for Chas. C. Hunt, res. Dela- 
ware, opp. Court House. 

Bingham Jos., model maker, res. 50 Benton. 

BINGHAM J. J., (Elder, Harkness & B.,) editor of Daily 
State Sentinel, res. 88 Maryland, 

BINGHAM, W. P., (W. P. B. & Co.,) res. 53 N. Meri- 
dian. 

BINGHAM W. P. & CO., watch makers and jewelers, 20 E. 
W^ashington. 

Binkley Saml., prop. Marion Agricultural Works. 

Bippus John, tailor, 16 N. Pcnn.sylvania, res. 10 S. Penn- 
sylvania. 

Birch James, (B. cc Farmer,) 

Birch & Farmer, wholesale and retail grocers, 79 E. Wash- 
ington. 

Bird Abram, res. 95 N. Illinois. 

Birk John, light factor}^, res. 154 N. New Jersey. 

Birt David H., saddle and harness maker, res. Winston, bet. 
Michigan and Vermont. 

Birkenmayer P. S., res. 60 N. Meridian. 

Bisbing C'has., blacksmith, bds. 124 N. West. 

Bisbing Jacob, depot marshal, res. 124 N. West. 

Bishop" Mrs., res. 193 N. New Jersey. 

Bishop Wm., rolling mill, res. 17 Willard. 

Blach Maria, res. 14 S. East. 

Black Geo. H., cai^penter, res. 121 W. Georgia. 

Black James, res. 129 N. West. 

Black John, Indiana Central P. P., bds. Bates House. 

BLACKFORD'S BLOCK, S. E. cor. of Washington and 
Meridian. 

Blades Cassundcr, res. Tennessee, 1 square S. of Garden, 
near the Rolling Mill. 

Bla^s Nicholas, saloon, 48 S. Delaware. 

Blain Jas. W., painter, res. 86 N. Mississippi. 

Successive years at Mechanic's Institute, Cincinnati. 



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INDIANAPOLIS 



LOUIS LANO'S 




1 ^' fflg^ ,§^^ in 




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i^o- 17 lii. "W^asliiiigton St, 



Cliciff littles. im&B oiiis Ciiisrs 

9VSTERS MD GilME IS TKEiH SEilSOK. 



G-EORG-E FELLER, 




— DEALER IX — 

AND JEWELRY. 

EEPAIPJWG DONE 02T EHOP^T NOTICE. 

^iO. 67 WEST WASHINGTON ST. 



JOHN C^VEiSr. 

^itonicii aiib Counsdor at Jato, 



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t)¥EE M. W EAST WASlffiSTON STREET, 

XlXtJDI.A.KrA.I^OILIS, IKTID. 



B@^ Also, special attention given to the Collection of Claims through 
out the State 



Wheeler & Wilson's Sewing IMiichincs v.'arrantcd for tliree years. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 



Blain Thos., works Washington Fouiuliy, res. 95 W. ^STew 
York. 

Blair James M., liarness maker, 108 W. Wusliinn^ton. res. 
same. 

BLAKE'S BUILDING, cor. Wasliington and Kentucky 
ave. 

Blake .Tas. K., clerk Kolling Mill, bds. ISG X. Tennessee 

Blake Jas., 186 N. Tennessee. 

Blake John, plaining mill, res. 134 X. West. 

Blake Wm., Quartermaster \J. S. A!'m3\ res. 201 X. Ten- 
nessee. 

Blake W. P., plumber, res. 134 X. West. 

Blanc, Borst & Laiic, Bates House meat market, IG Bates 
House, Illinois. 

Blanc John, (B., Borst & Lake,) res. 74 S. Xevv Jersey. 

Blanchard W. A., book-keeper McTaggart, Coffin k Co.. 
bds. Bates House. 

Bland Hiram, carpenter, res. 166 S. Xew Jersey. 

Blank Antoine, clerk 142 E. Washington, bds. same. 

Blank Peter, clerk 142 E. Washington, bds. same. 

Blats F., cook Capital Saloon. 

Blauvelt Daniel, horse farrier, res. 23 S. Delaware. 

Blessing Benjamin, -watchman Cincinnati Depot, res. 229 S. 
Alabama. 

BLIXD ASYLUM, North, bet. Pennsylvania and Meridian. 

Blonge John, butcher at Bates House, res. 57 S. New Jersey. 

BLOOD EEY. CALEB, baptist, res. 11 Fort Wayne ave." 

Bloom S., salesman, 3 E. Washington, bds. Palmer House. 

Blue Cyrus, carpenter, res. 153 N. East. 

Bly John, res. 119 E. Market. 

Bly Perry, switchman, res. 32 X. East. 

Blythe Saniuel, laborer, res. 115 S. Alabama. 

Boardman David, suj)erintendent woolen factory, res. 125 
W. X^ew York. 

Boaz Mrs. C. T., (wid.,) res. 20 W. Xorth. 

Boaz W. T., cashier L k C. Pt. E., res. 20 W. Xorth. 

Bobbs Mrs. Elizabeth, res. 81 X. Pennsylvania. 

Bobbs John S., physician and surgeon, office over Harrison' 
Bank. 

Bock Christian, carpenter, res. 140 X. Alabama. 

Bockerayer Henry, laborer, 334 Virginia ave. 

Boden Ezra, laborer, 51 McCarth3^ 

Bodenhamer Wm., printer Journal Office, bds. Illinois. 

BodenmuUcr Leonard, blacksmith, res. 152 E. Xew York. 

Boeen James, E. E. man, res. cor. Winston and Biddle. 

Boehm Gfottlob C, works 17 Kentucky ave., bds. 28 Ken- 
tucky ave. 

Bcenter Philip, in the arm}', res. 58 Ilosbrook. 



A Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine will List ;i life-time. 



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BATE3 HOUSE 



TJISriDEn BA-TIT.S HOXJSE, 

STREET, - - SNDIANAPOLiS, EN£ 

BLAiVC, BORST & LAIiE, Propr's. 

The best quality of Meats of .all kinds always on hand. 




HESIDEJSrCE, 48 WEST SOUTH STREET, 



Will deliver Ice at all hours, to any part of the city on short 
notice, and the most reasonable terms. Having put up 
about 400 tons, he can supply all dctnands. 



W. W. LEATIIEI!.'^. 



GEOKGE CAIITER. 




Office, No. 86 EasJ Washington Street, North side, np-stairs, in the second 
building West of the Court House Square, IITOIANAPOLIS. 

ATill practice L.aw in the Federal and State Courts ; al.«o. make Deeds, Mortgages, Leases, 
&c.; take Depo.sitions, and attend promptly to the Collection of Claims and Settlement of 
Estates, and all kinds of Probate Business. 

Eeferexces by Peumissio.v. — Hon. Sam. E. Perkins, Judge Supreme Court, Hon. John 
Coburn, Judge Court of Common Pleas, John C. New, Clerlv of Circuit Court. Eletcher & 
Sharpe, A. & J. C. S. Harrison, Bankers, H. A. Fletcher, Merchant, Indianapolis ; Hon. Henry 
S. Lane, U. S. Senator, Crawfordsvillc, Ind. 



FPiA:N"CIS SJVTITH, 

(LATE DELZELL & SMITH.) 
Solicits the patronage of his friends in all kinds of business connected with a general 



K^O SA.T^E, IsrO FAY. 



My stock of Farms, Houses, Vacant Lots, Business Houses, and Suburb.m Eesidences, is 
equal to any in the State. Houses to Rent. 

Office,, TTo. 37 East Washington Street, 
Second Boor East of Glenns' Block, - - INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA. 



Tho First Premiuni awarded the Wheeler & Wilson Machine 



CITY DIRECTORY. 39 



Bosrura Joseph S., mail agent Bellfontaine E. E., bds. 200 
N. Illinois. 

Boss Win., land office, res. 2G1 S. Pennsj'lvania. 

BCETTICHEE JULIUS, editor and proprietor of Indiana 
VolUsblatt, 130 E. Washington, res. same. 

BOHLEN D. A., architect, ^Etna Building, res, 41 Iluron. 

Bohlster Fred., wood sawyer, res. 89 W. New York. 

Bolan Michael, works Eolling Mill, res. 39 Henry. 

Bolan Wm., works carriage shop, res. 107 E. Vermont. 

Bolen Wm., pressman Cullum & Stanage. 

Bollinger James, salesman 70 E. Washington, bds. Eay 
House. 

Bollman Fred., Cincinnati bakery and confectionery, 87 E, 
Washington, res. same. 

Bolton Mrs. S. T., (wid.,) res. 58 S. Tennessee. 

Bolty Henry, cooper, res. 184 N. Noble. 

Bomhctfer Henrj^, carpenter, 236 Madison ave. 

Bond A., shoemaker, res. 20 W. St. Clair. 

Boney Christian, carpenter, res. 18 N. East. 

Bonham , 1st engineer Identical Mills. 

Bonham P. H., engineer Iludnut's Hominj^ Mill, res. 114 E. 
Georgia. 

Bonnet John H., fireman Central E. E., res. 55 Bentois. 

Boohome Wm., chair maker, bds. Meridian. 

Bookter George, weaver, res. cor. California and Mary- 
land. 

Boots Mrs. Mar}', (wid.,) res. Hosbrook. 

Boots Wm., wood chopper, res. city limits. 

Borst Frederick, (Blanc, B. & Lake,) res. 67 Merrill. 

BOSTON STOEE, Wm. Zeigler, proprietor, 10 E. AVash- 
ington. 

Bottcher Conrad, wood sawyer, res. 172 N. New Jersey. 

BOUCHET ED., fancy dj-er and scourer, one door N. of 
Bates House, res. same. 

Bouf John, butcher. Eagle Grocery, cor. Illinois and In- 
diana ave., bds. 28 Kentuck}^ ave. 

Bourko Thomas, laborer, res. 266 Madison a.ve. 

Bour^'er Adricn, bar-keeper, 260 S. Delaware. 

Bouvard Hannah, (wid.,) res. 136 N. Mississippi. 

Bouyer William, (col.,) white washer, res. 53 W. Georgia. 

Bovey Adrian, tinner, Eoot, Bennett & Co. 

Bowen S. T., (B., Stewart & Co.,) res. 126 N. Illinois. 

BOWEN, STEWAET & CO., wholesale and retail books, 
stationery, &c., 18 W. Washington. 

Bower Thomas, laborer, res. 21 on alley E. of S. East. 

Bowler Martin, res. 2 Huron. 

BOWLES THOMAS H., attorney at law, 10 E. Washington, 
bds. Bates House. 



For four successive years at the Ohio State Fair. 



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A.. k:a.i-i:n". 

And Dealer ia 

Gents' Furnishing Goods, ^c, 8cc. 

8 East Wf3§hl22gloiii St., 
INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA. 



HOGSHIRE & HUNTER, 

esale and ^Retail Grocers, 

And Dealers in 

PROVISIONS, COUNTRY PRODUCE, &C, 



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Constantly on hand. 



Oysters and Game in their Season, 



J50 families in Indianapolis and vicinity use NYheelcr & Wilson, 



CITY DIRECTORY. 41 



Bowman A., salesman 2G and 28 "W. Washington, res. 50 
W. Vermont. 

Bowman Henry, tailor, 158 E. Washington. 

Bowman Henry, brick moulder, re.s. 72 S. Xoble. 

Bojd D. il., groceries and provision, 39, res. 37 S. Meridian. 

Boyd James, butcher, shop cor. North and Pennsylvania, 
res. 118 xsT. Alabama. 

Boyd James T., phj-sician and surgeon, res. 108 Indiana ave. 

Boyles M. W., (Campbell & B.,) res. 60 Ohio. 

Bracken Edward, cooper, res. 13S W. Maryland. 

Bracken Thomas A., carpenter, res. St. Joseph, bet. Illinois 
and Meridian. 

Brademicr Christian, boss of repaii*s, Madison Railroad, res. 
53 Union. 

Bradcmier John F., teamster, res. Michigan, bet. Xeu' Jer- 
sey and East. 

BRADEX WILLIAM, paper and stationery, 24 W. Wash- 
ington, res. 191 \V. Washington. 

Braden David, U. S. A., res. 75 W. New York. 

Bradford Di-. A., bds. Ohio House. 

Bradley J. H., res. G9 N. Pennsylvania. 

Bradley J. W., constable, res. G9 Benton. 

Bradley James, laborer, res. 13 Union. 

Brado Joseph, with M. H. Goodi 

Brado Thomas, grocer, res. cor. East and South, and Vir- 
ginia ave. 

Bradshaw James M., res. 57 X. Meridian. 

Bi-adshaw John A., res. 12 E. Vermont. 

Bradshaw J. William, res. 70 X. East. 

Bradshaw Margaret, (wid.,) res. 161 S. Alabama. 

BEADSHAW WILLIAM A., general freight agent Indiana 
Central Eailway, res. 70 X. East. 

Brady Patrick, fireman I & C. E. E., res. near cor. Orient, 
S. E. Michigan Eoad. 

Bradymier Henry, laborer, res. 227 S. East. 

Bragumier Thomas, student, bds. cor. Illinois and First. 

Brah L., baker and grocer, 46 Ft. Wayne ave., res. same. 

Braining Humphrey, carjienter, res. 295 S. Delaware. 

Bramwell Z. T., railroader, res. 66 E. Merrill. 

Bramwell John M., book-keeper 22 W. Washington, res 48 
S. Mississippi. 

BlvAXCH OF THE BAXK OF THE STATE OF IX- 
DIAXA, cor. Washington and Meridian, George Tousey, 
President: David K Snvcler, Cashier; V. T. Malott, 
Teller. 

Brand J. G., grocer, 25 Bluff Eoad, res. in rear. 

Brando JohnH., Indiana Central E. E., res. 25 E. Georgia. 

Brandt Christ., drayman for Eoot, Bennett <fc Co. 



The Wheeler & Wilson Hemmer is the only Hemmer that -will Fell. 



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IMDIAMAPOLIS, IND, 






JOHlSr FISHBA.CK, 

Cash Dealer in 



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CrtrBuea* I?fei'idiaBa and Mau'ylasEd Sis. 

'ash paid for all kinds of Leather in the rough. 



One Square North of Union Depot, 

IISTDI^NA-P^OLIS, IISTD. 



H. E. BUEHRIG, Prop. - WM. QUINN, Clerk. 
BOARD, ONE DOLLAR PER DAY. 



81,000 Wheeler & Wilson's Sewing Macbines in use in this country. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 



43 



Brandum Samuel, Oriental hair-dressing saloon. 

Brangcr Frederick, carjienter, res, 9 McCarthy. 

Branian Andrew, workman at Eolling Mill, res. Missouri. 
S. of Canal. 

Brannigan Patrick, laborer, bds. 43 Massachusetts ave. 

Braty John, plow maker for Beard, Starr & Co., bds. Ohio 
House. 

Bray John S., policeman, res. 94 X. East. 

Bredema3-er Christian, laborer, res. 146 Davidson. 

Breen Michael, railroader, res. 169 Hailroad. 

Brenard William, ostler. Exchange stables. 

Brenman John, porter at Postoffice, res. 356 Virginia ave. 

Bretney William, Deputy Marshal, res. 48 S. Meridian. 

Bretz Adam, grocer, 44 Louisiana, res. 40 S. Illinois. 

Brewer Frederick, laborer, res. Winston, bet. Biddle and 
North. 

Brewing William, mattress maker, res. 63 N. West. 

BRENNINGER AUGUSTUS, grocer, W. Washington, res. 
same. 

Bridehop Richard, teamster, res. 115 E. New York. 

Briggs Mrs. Elizabeth, res. 269 Massachusetts ave. 

Brigham Charles E., jDrintcr Sentinel office, bds. S. New 
Jersey, bet. South and Merrill. 

Bright Mrs. E., boarding house, 45 N. Pennsylvania. 

Bright Major, res. 45 N. Pennsylvania. 

Brimmerman Caston, carriage maker, res. 9 Ft. W^ayne ave. 

Brimmerman Frederick, carriage maker, res. 123 N. Ala- 
bama. 

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

Brink A. D., salesman 29 W. Washington. 

Brink Frederick, driver for Speigel, Thorns & Co., res. 184 
E. Yermont. 

Brink William, tailor, res. bet. Davidson and Railroad. 

Brinker August, grocerj^, 94 W. New York, res. same. 

Briiikley Benj., wagon maker, Marion Agricultural Works, 
res. Tennessee, bet. Merrill and Norwood. 

Brinkleman Emil, painter, workman at Washington Foun- 
dry, bds. 28 Kentucky ave. 

Brinkman & Ruschaupt, livery and sale stable, 17 S. Dela- 
Avare. 

Bi-inkman C, (B. & Ruschaupt,) bds. 61 N. New Jersey. 

Brinkmeyer George, salesman 82 W. Washington, res. 80 
Davidson. 

Brinkmeyer George, saloon keeper, res. 129 Davidson. 

Brinkmeyer J. C, (J. C. B. & Co.,) res. 152 Liberty. 

BRINKMEYER J. C. & Co., importers and wholesale deal- 
ers in foreign and domestic liquors, tobacco and cigars, 
82 W. Washinsrton. 



Upwards of 100 W. & W. Machines in use in Ind'p'lis making army clothing 



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%jd B. M. M ;L ' fi S SbjsS i£i>r4 bte»i' E 

COB. WASHINGTON KM NOBLE SIS, 



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BiLLIARO SALOON & SHOOTING GALLERY, 

NO. 86 S. WASHINGTON 8T. 



Choice Wines, Liquoi-s mikI Cigars; Oysters niid Came in their season. 



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And Merchant Tailoring Establishment, 

ONE DOOR EAST OF HARRISON'S BANK, 

I3SriDI.A.3Sr.A.I^OXiXS, iisriD. 



Keeps constantly on hand a well assorted stock of ready-made Cloth- 
ing and Furnishing Goods, which he sells at. the lowest prices. 




^^ No. 30 WestlWasMngton street^ 

Under Temperance Hall, 
INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 



Trunks, Valises, Ladies' Bonnet Boxes, Carpet Bags, &c., wholesale 
and retail. Trunks made to order. Trunks repaired on fair and reason- 
able terms. 



Wheeler & Wilson's Sewing Machines have been awarded the First Premium 



CITY DIRECTORY. 45 



Bi'inkmeycr John, liquors, Washington, res. 152 N. Lib- 
erty. 

Briukmirc Fred., luboror, res. 127 Davidson. 

Brison Mrs. Julia, seamstress, res. 130 Davidson. 

Brison J. W., assistant in Quartermaster's dejxirtnient, bds. 
Oriental House. 

Bristor Samuel M.. carrias^e maker, res. 51 N. Delavv^are. 

Brit Thos., vrorkman atEolIingMill, bds. IHS S. Tennessee. 

Britney W. H., telegraph operator, BelleioiHaine Iiiiilroad 
Jjinc, bds. 48 S. i\Ieridian. 

s^rittingliam Mrs. Hettic, res. 18 N. Illinois. 

Broadrich Mrs. Mary,( wid..) res. 9 N. Ellsworth. 

Brodcn James, moulder, res. 119 E. JS'ew York. 

Broden John, res. 117 E. New York. 

Broden Michael, printer, bds. 117 E. New Y^jrk. 

Brodcr Mrs. Ellen, res. Mississippi, bet. South and Henry. 

Brodrick Patrick, bar-keepor E.xchange restaurant. 

Brok Richard, drayman, res. E. Wyoming. 

Broking Charles, drayman, res. 27 Union. 

Bronson G. W., principal 5th ward school, res. Oak near 
Church. 

Bronson Robert T., carpenter, res. 103 N. Alabama. 

BROOKS REV. ASAIIELL L., Fourth Presbyterian, res. 
89 E. Ohio. 

Brooks Bennct, carpenter, res. Massachusetts ;ive. near 
North. 

Brooks Bryant, barber, bds. IIG Georgia. 

Brooks Mrs. Hannah, (wid.,) W. Indianapolis. 

Brooks Mrs. Helen, dress-maker, res. 14 iST. New Jersc}-. 

Broomer Francis, laborer, 180 S. Pennsylvania. 

Brooraer Frederick, painter, res. 173 E. Ohio. 

Brotz Adam, grocery, res. 82 S. Illinois. 

Brotz John, blacksmith, 86 W. \Yashington, bds. 28Ii^!iaTia 
ave. 

BroHgh G. W., butcher, re.s. 32 Davidson. 

BRO'UGH JOHN, general superintendent Belleiuntaine R. 
R., bds. Morris House. 

Brouso Andrew, carpenter, res. 60 E. New Y'-ork. 

Brouse C. W., salesman, 70 E. Washington, bds. 38 E. 
Market. 

Brouse David W., carpenter, bds. 60 E. New Y'"ork. 

BROUSE REV. J. A., Methodi.st, ves. 38 E. Market. 

Brown Arnst, res. 1G8 N. Noble. 

BROWN AUSTIN H., local editor IndianapolisDaily Jour- 
nal, and attorney for soldiers' claims, res. S. Meridian. 
Brown C. F., superintendent Indianapolis gas light and 
coke company, bds. Long's boarding house, Maryland. 

Brown E. A., conductor B. &"!. R. R., bds. Bates House. 



For four succe.'ssive years at the Am. Insfilute, New York. 



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INDIANAPoLiS 



C. SPIEGEL, 



F. THOMS, 



[I. FRANK 



A. SPIEGEL. 







MANUFACTURERS, 

WHOI.ESAI.K & RET All. 



4\ Ci-Sk^ ^^^^^^ i'^ ^^ii Kinds of 



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Warerooms, No. 73 W. Washington St., 



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111, 113, 115 and 117, East Washington Street, 

MM EMMMMmmM. - 



Fffop'r, 



Boarders kept 

By tli8 Day cr Week. 

Three first class 

Billiard Tables. 



ALVVAYS ON HAND. 




Finst rremium ar.'arcJed the Wlieeler & 'Wilson Sewing Miicliine for 



CITY DIRECTORY. 47 



Brown George, carpenter, res. 168 N". Alabama. 

Brown H. C, carpenter, rea. Illinois, cor. Fourth. 

Brown II. M., conductor Jeffersonville E. E., bcls. Palmer 

IIou.se. 
BEOVVN IGNATIUS, attorney at law and notary public, 

191 E. Washington, res. 151 East. 
Brown I. F., tiuner 5 Virginia ave., res. 168 N. Ahibama. 
Brown James, j)aper hanger, res. 135 JST. Alabama. 
Brown James II., druggist, res. 70 N. Alabama. 
Brown Jerry, (col.,) engineer Sentinel office, res 151 N. 

Alabama. 
Brown John, plasterer, res. 182 N. Liberty. 
Brown John, shoemaker, shop and res. Tennessee, S. of 

Garden. 
Brown John G., grocer, 150 iN . New Jer.sc3^ res. 144 iS^. 

New Jersey. 
Brown John II., tinner, bds. 168 N. Alabama. 
Brown John L., County Treasurer, office county building, 

res. 67 N. New Jersey. 
Brown John W., baker, shop 150 N. Nev/ Jersey, res. same. 
Brown J. W., res. 22 N. Meridian. 
Brown Latham B., bds. 15 S. Mississippi. 
Brown Mrs. Mary, washer, res. 149 E. Market. 
BEOWN P. A., "attorney at law, 21 E. Wa-!iington, res. 

130 N. New Jersey. 
Brown Pat., laborer, res. 174 vS. Delaware. 
Brown Phillip, lumber merchant, res. 275 Massachusetts 

ave. 
BEOWN E. D., State Librarian, res. 15 Mississippi, Ham- 
mond's Block. 
Brown Eichard, machinist, res. 51 N. New Jersey. 
Brown Eyland T., professor natural science North Western 

Christian University, res. Ft. AYayne ave. 
Brown Samuel, (col.,) white-washer, res. alley, bet. Illinois 

and Tennessee. 
Brown Willis, farmer, res. 110 W. Georgia. 
BEOWN W. P., far and silk hat manufacturer, 20 Kentucky 

ave., bds. Tull}' House, 79 S. Illinois. 
Browning Edmond, land office agent, res. 88 Virginia ave. 
Browning George T., clerk Quartermaster's department, res. 

107 Indiana ave. 
BEOWNING EOBEET, wholesale and retail druggist, 22 

W. Washington, res. 102 N. Illinois. 
Brubaker H. W., clerk 18 S. Meridian, res. 127 N. Penn- 
sylvania. 
Brueggemann William, tailor, res. 192 E. Ohio. 
Bruening E., (E. & J. B.,) bds. at AValks. 
BEUENING E. J., daguerrean artists, G E. Washington. 



Successive years at the United States F.nr. 



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No. 9 South iilinoas Street. 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 



,3FL/t^'^ 



^^^n, 



The very best quality of all 
, U^-' ■'»••> ^ kinds of 

ALWAYS OH HAHB'. 





DDLE & HARNESS M. 



Keep constantly on hand all kinds of Ladies' and Gentlemen's Riding Saddles, Bridles, 
Martingales, Whips. Spurs and Stirrups, Coach, Buggy, Express and Wagon Harness, Horse 
Clothing of everj' description, for all seasons, Fly Nets and Rubher Covers, together with a 
large and well assorted stock of 

Military Equipments made to order at short notice. Country harness makers will find hero 
a good assortment of tverythinc coiinectrd with the business, which we will sell at Ci.nci.n'- 
HATi OB New York Pricks, fi^" REI'AIRING DONE AT SHORT NOTICE. 



34 West Washington St., - - SfsSDlAf^APOLSS. 
Ho. 12 LoLiisiana Street, Opposite Union Depot, 

INDiANAROl—IS, IND_, 



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Keep constfinlly on hand a gencfal assortment of the best 

lySiS^fllilSjiLEig VISILE 

Mixed Drinks, Cigars, Tobacco, &;s. 



A Wheeler & V/ilso-i Sewing Macliine with Hemniei-, for S-">0. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 



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Bruening J. (E. & J. B.,) bds. at Walks. 

Briiff Guo. W., butcher, res. 32 Da%idsou. 

Bruff John, railroader, res. 217 S. Alabama. 

Brummcr Prof. C, res. 12 E. Michigan. 

Bruniley Wm., laborer, 192 X. New Jcr.sey. 

Brundage E. C, clerk Beebe & Hawes, res. 167 E. Market. 

Briinor Charles, manufacturer and dealer in boots, shoes, 

&c., 38 W. Washington, res. 112 S. New Jersey. 
Bruncs Henrj^, laborer, res. 186 N. New Jersey. 
Brunger James, boss -weaver Ohio Premium Woolen Factory, 
Brunkura Henry, laborer, res. W. Elizabeth. 
Brunncr Eoman, machinist, res. 14 S. Illinois. 
Bryant Alexander, foreman Belleiontaine car shop, res. 173 

S. New Jei'sey. 
Bryant B. F., salesman 17 E. Washington, res. Ill W. South. 
Bryant's Commercial College, Ji^tna Building, Wm. Purdy, 

Principal. 
Bryant James, res. 113 W. South. 
Bryant James G., bds. Mrs. Smith, Alvord's Block. 
Bryant W. L., res. Ill and 113 VI. South. 
Bryant William, wood-chopper, res. Ill W. South. 
Brykit William, workman at woolen factory, res. 135 W. 

Market. 
Br\'son James W., superintendent U. S. warehouse, bds. 

Oriental House. 
Buchann James M., (Richmond & B.,) res. 14 Fletcher"s 

ave. 
Buchanan Cyrus F., carpenter, res. 14 S. West. 
Buchanan G. W., U. S. A., res. 83 S. East. 
Buchanan James M., wagon maker, Fletcher's ave. 
Buchanan John, laborer, res. W. of Terre Haute depot. 
Buchanan John A., mailing clerk postoffice, res. 26 S. Mis- 
sissippi. 
Buchanan Oliver, brickmason, res. 52 Indiana ave. 
Buchanan Thomas, (Hawthorne k B.,) res. E. Washington. 
Buche Fred., boots and shoes, 104 S. Illinois, res. same. 
Bucher Henry, saloon 51 South, res. in rear. 
Buchholtz Fred., cigar maker, 35 W. Washington. 
Buchhorn Christ., wagon maker, 156 S. Delaware, res. bet. 

Alabama and New Jersey. 
Buck Charles, railroader, res. Biddle, near city liiaits. 
Bucker John, marble dresser, res. 57 St. Joseph. 
Buckharst Fred., cigar maker, res. 197 N. Illinois. 
Buckley John, ostler, bds. 20 S. Pennsylvania. 
Buckmar Frank W., bds. Palmer House. 
Bucksot William, res. 84 E. Market. 
Buckstatler Martin, confectioner, bds. 50 W. South. 
Buckstatler Mrs. Sarah, (wid.,) res. 50 W. South. 



A Wheeler & AVilson Sewino; Machine will last a life-time. 



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First Premium awarded the Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine for three 



CITY DIRECTORY. 51 



Budanc Louis, tailor, res. 190 Pennsylvania. 

Budd Milton, brick maker, res. Winson, cor. North. 

Buddcnbauni Henry, carpenter, res. 20G E. Ohio. 

Budenz Henry, (H. B. & Co.,) 14^ W. Washington, res. 190 

S. Penns3'lvania. 
Budenz Lewis, (H. B. & Co.,) res. 190 S. Pennsylvania. 
Budenz H. & Co., merchant tailors, 144 W. Washington. 
BUEHPiIG H. Pi., proprietor Farmers' Hotel, cor. Illi- 
nois and Georgia. 
Buchrig William, bds. Farmers' Hotel. 
Buenagel Fr., baker Union Steam Bakery. 
Buff N. (jr., attorney at law, res. 177 South. 
Bufkins John C, district prosecuting attorney, office 43^ E. 

Washington, res. 129 Massachusetts ave. 
Buifby L. M., warehouse, res. 38 S. Pennsylvania. 
Bugg Nathan, (col.,) cook Morris House. 
Buist Thomas, 125 N. Illinois. 
Buler John, blacksmith, bds. National Hotel. 
Bulker Myrer, laborer, McCarthy, near Virginia ave. 
Bullard Charles G., furniture finisher, res. S. East, S. of 

South. 
Bullard Talbot, physician and surgeon, 23 S. Meridian, res. 

87 E. Ohio. 
Bullard Wm. 11., phj'sician, 23 S. Meridian, bds. 87 E.Ohio. 
Bunink William, laborer, res. 93 Bluff Road. 
Bunte John B., carpenter, res. 118 N. Mississippi. 
Burch Wm., grocer, res. Orient. 
Burdick Wm. P., merchant, res. 101 N. Meridian. 
Burges C. N., printer Journal oflice, res. 121 N. East. 
Burgess Lloyd A., saddler, 20 W. Washington, res. 1G4 N. 

Tennessee. 
Burgess Samuel J., harness maker at Sulgrove& Eeynolds', 

res. 164 N. Tennessee. 
Burgner John, basket maker, res. 17 Chatham. 
Burgoyne Stephen, cigar maker, 38 Louisiana opp. Union 

depot, bds. California House. 
Burk Eli, saloon, W. Indianapolis. 
Burke Frederica. (wid.,) res. 105 E. South. 
BUPvK GEORGE, eating saloon, 13 W. Washington, res. 

107 E. Ohio. 
Burk Henry, workman at Washington Foundry, res. 156 S. 

Tennessee. 
Burk John, coal dealer, res. 148 N. Tennessee. 
Burk William, tailor, 144 E. Washington. 
Burk William, bds. 148 N. Tennessee. 
Burke Henry, stone mason, res. 274 S. Delaware. 
Burke L. L., printer Sentinel office, bds. Pyle House, cor. 

Illinois and Maryland. 



Successive years at the United States Fair. 



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Orders from the Country promptly filled. Goods 
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Burkhart Andrew J., painter, res. 146 jN". Mississippi. 
Burley G. W., salesman Boston Store, bds. 15 E. Ohio. 
Burnes John, teamster, Carlisle Model Mills. 
Burnett J. C, assistant deputy Auditor of State, res. 123 N. 

Delaware. 
Burnett W. H., res. 11!:) N. Pemisylvania. 
Burnham N. G., jjhysician and surgeon, 4 Yohn's Block, 

res. same. 
Burns John, blacksmith, shop 158 8. Delaware, bds. Market, 

bet. Noble and Davis. 
Burns Michael, laborer, res. 40 Massachusetts ave. 
Burns Patrick, laborer, res. 1 Willard. 
Burns W. V., attorney, 38^ W. Washington, res. 231 N. 

Tennessee. 
Burns William, rope maker, res. S. West. 
Burrows G. W., auction and sale stable, 14 JST. Pennsylvania, 

res. 142 Virginia ave. 
Burst Thos., rcsri25 N. Illinois. 

Burt A. S., Burt's Restaurant, 13 S. Illinois, res. same. 
Burt Gabriel, (col.,) laborer, res. Seventh. 
Burt's Restaurant, A. S. Burt, proprietor, 13 S. Illinois. 
Burton George K., cooper, 78 N. West, res. 78 N. Missisippi. 
Burton John C, clerk 3 Bates House, res. 221 New Jersey. 
Busch Adam, carpenter, res. 148 N. Mississippi. 
Busch Christian, boots and shoes, 138 W. Washington, res. 

sam^. 
Busee Samuel, railroader, res. GO W. Louisiana. 
Bush George B., physician, res. 143 Virginia avenue. 
Bush George M., (B & Hannum,) bds. Oriental House. 
BUSH JACOB, ten-pin alley and billiard saloon, 246 and 

248 E. Washington, res. 250 E. Washington. 
BUSH & HANNUM, City Saloon, 53 and 5'5 S. Illinois. 
Bussell E. T., solicitor of patents, res. 19 S. Mississippi. 
Bussell Wm. M., receiving clerk at arsenal, bds. 19 S. Mis- 
sissippi. 
Bussey John, Verandah saloon, opp. Union depot, res. 144 

W. Maryland. 
Busswell John, carpenter, 90 S. Delaware, res. cor. Buchannan 

and Wright. 
Butch Peter,"U. S. A., res. 26 Union. 
Butler Charles, compositor at Cameron's job office. 
Butler John, brakeman I. & C. R. R., res. 20 Lord. 
Butler Mrs. Margaret, book-folder, res. 117 N. Alabama. 
Butler Ovid, res. Forest Home ave., near University. 
Butler Ovid D., assistant deputy clerk, res. 119 N. New 

Jersey. 
Butler Scott, tinner, 69 W. Washington. 
Butsch George M., grocer, res. 173 S. Delaware. 



For four successive years at the Ohio State Fair. 



54 INDIANAPOLIS 



INDI/VNAPOLIS, IND. 



(^See Engraving^ opposite page.) 



This new and elegant block, erected and owned by Wm. 
Glenn, H. Glenn, and R. P. Glenn, is situated on the south 
side of Washington, between Meridian and Pennsylvania 
streets, occupying the site of the old Browning Hotel, af- 
terwards called the Wright House. It is three and a half 
stories high, being G8 feet front on Washingon street, and 
extending back to Pearl street, containing three store rooms 
and eight offices ; the side stores arc 17^- feet Avide and 132 
feet deep. The center store, known as The New York 
Store, is occupied by the proprietors of the block, W. & H. 
Glenn & Co., and is 32^ feet in width by 132 feet in depth. 
This store is the mammoth dry goods establishment of the 
State. The offices are occupied by the city authorities, 
namely: His Honor the Mayor, City Treasurer, City Clerk, 
Civil Engineer, Street Commissioner, Chief Fire Engineer, 
City Attorney, City Marshal and Police, with a chamber 
for the meetings of the City Council. Store south of en- 
trance in American Alley, is occupied by the Cincinnati 
Gas Fitting Co. The office, corner of Pearl street and Am- 
erican alley, is occupied by T. A. Goodwin, publisher of the 
Indiana American, the only evening paper in the city. One 
store, (that on the east), is occupied by Merrill & Co., deal- 
ers in law books, stationery, &c. The one on the west side 
is occupied as a shoe store by Cady & Co. The appearance 
of this block is very attractive, chaste and elegant, without 
a fault, and is an ornament to our main street. It was re- 
built at a cost to the Messrs. Glenn of forty-five thousand 
dollars. 



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THE JOURKAL OFFICE IS PEEPARED TO DO ALL KINDS OF 

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^TEATIiY, PBOMPILT AKTD ACCURATELY, 

BeinR supplied with a ramiber of fast Presses, runniriK by steam. Every description of 
Printinf? can be done on short notice and quiclc time. We have in successful operation one 
of GEO. P. GORDON'S FIRE-FLY PRESSES, c.\pabi..f; of printing from 8,000 to 20,000 cards 
PER HOUR. We can furnish Printed Cards, when ordered in lar^e quantities, at cheaper 
rates than other establishments in Indiana can buy the unprinted Cards at Stationery Stores. 



FEBTISIW®- 



DAILY AND WEEKLY JOURNAL furnish the best medium in the State for Mer- 
chants and others to advertise their business through. It circulates in every 
county in the State, and has the heaviest local circulation of 
any paper published in Indianapolis. 

JOURNAL COMPANY, Indianapolis, Ind. 



The Wheeler <fe Wilsoa llemmer inivkes hems of any width. 



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Butsch John, res. 42 W. South. 

BUTSCH JOSEPH, ice dealer, res. 48 W. South. 

BUTSCH YALEXTINE, lime and coal merchant, opp. 
Madison depot, N. side of South, res. 42 W. South. 

Butterfield Cyrus, printer, bds. Tully House. 

Butterfield E. L.. printer, bds. 149 N. East. 

BUTTEPtFIELD J., agent American and United States 
Express Companies, bds. 95 ^N". Tennessee. 

Butterfield John W., printer, res. 73 N. New Jerse3^ 

Butterfield J. M., apprentice Journal office, bds. 149 X. East. 

Butterfield Mereno, patent honev maker, res. 149 IST. East. 

Byram N. S., (Touscy & B.,) res. 84 E. Ohio. 

Bynon Thomas, wood sawyer, res. 241 Massachusetts ave. 

Byrkin Phillip, carpenter, res. 81, N. New Jersey. 

Byrkit Frank, clerk, 14 Illinois, res. 81 South. 

Bj'rkit John W., carpenter, (B. & Beam.) res. Norwood, 
bet. Illinois and Tennessee. 

Byrkit Ed., works for Byrkit & Beam, bds. G8 S. Tennessee. 

Byi'kit Martin, (B. & Beam,) res. G8 S. Tennessee. 

BYPvKIT SOCEATES M., wood engraver, 19 W. Washing- 
ton, bds. 81 N. New Jersey. 

Byrkit & Beam, planing mill and sash and blind factory, GO 
S. Tennessee. 

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Cadcr John, shoemaker, res 89 S. East. 

Cady Mrs. Abby A., res. 4 Circle. 

Cady David L., (C. & Co..) res. 92 N. New Jersey. 

CADY & CO., manufacturers and dealers in boots and shoes, 
Glenns' Block. 

Cahill Michael, laborer, res. 52 N. Liberty. 

Cabill John S., Wabash, bet. Liberty and Noble. 

Cain John, broker, office in Dodi & Co.'s building, res. 
cor. East and Wood. 

Cain Dennis, works Washington Foundry, res. 88 E. Geor- 
gia. 

Cain Geo. W., book-binder, works H. H. Dodd & Co.'s, bd.s. 
135 West Market. 

Cairns John, laborer, res. 100 E. Market. 

Calaban Michael, laborer, res. 23 E. Georgia. 

Calaghan Stephen, salesman Now York Store, bds. Macy 
House. 

Cale Dennis, porter Bates House. 

Calhaine James (col.,) cook Telegraph Eestaurant. 

CALlFOPvNIA HOUSE, xVdam Kistner, proprieter, ISGand 
138 S. 111. 



Upwards of 100 W. & W. Machines in use in Ind'plis making array clothing. 







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LEWIS W. HASSELMAX. 



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ALMUS E. AaKTON. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 






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Grist find Saw Mill Machinery, Sliaftinjrs, Pulleys, Hangers, Gearinjr, 
Castings of all kinds, Wroiight-Iron Work, Bridge Bolts and Castings, 

Sheet-Iron AVork, Water V.'heels, Foundry and Machine Work in general. 
[See Eiigraviiiej opposite I?age.] 



Successive years at Mechanic's Institute, Cincinnati. 



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IISn3IA.MA- 





South-West Cor. of Washington and Meridian Sts., 

IMG-IANAPGUS, IHB.. 

ELDER, HARKNESS & BINGHAM, - - Proprietors. 



Is the largest 

l^amilj Newspaper 



Weekly Sentinel, one year, in advance, - 
Daily Sentinel, one year, in advance, 



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Poasesslng facilities unsurpassed by any Establishment in 
the West, we are prepared to do all kinds of 



On the most reasonable terms. Oar assortment of Types 
and Printing Material is large and complete, with 

Steam Power Presses 



Orders for all kinds of Plain and Decorative Job Printing 

and Book Work are solicited, which will 

be promptly filled. 



The Wheeler & Wilson Hemmer is the only Ilcmmer that will Fell. 



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Callaghan Julia A., (wid.,) yes. 241 Dennis, rear. 

Callahan Michael, laborer, res. 27 JST. Ellsworth. 

Callaham John, at engine house, res. 101 E. South. 

CALLINxVN DANIEL J., dealer in dry goods, &c.» (see 
card) 28 E. Washington, bds. Dr. Gatlin. 

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

CAMEROX WM. S., book and Job printer, 8 E. Pearl, 
res. 116 N. Alabama. 

Camilla, Sister of Providence, N". E.cor. Georgia and Ten- 
nessee. 

Campbell Andrew, tailor, res. West, bet. Marjdand and 
Georgia. 

Campbell Charles, res. 2 l!^orth. 

Campbell Sam. L., book-binder, bds. 2 North. 

Campbell Samuel, messenger Indianapolis Branch Banking 
Co., res. 11 Virginia are. 

Campbell Thos. S., (C. & Boyles.) res. 79 N. Meridian, 

Campbell Wm., bds. 8 Virginia avc. 

Campbell W. IT., clerk in post office, res. 8 Yirginia ave. 

Campbell W. L., lawyer, (at Sinking Fund,) bds. 24 N. 
Mississippi. 

CAMPBELL & BOYLES, took-binders, 37 E. Washing- 
ton. 

Canby John, assistant superintendent Bellefontaine P. P., 
Line, res. Bellefontaine, Ohio. 

Cane Patrick, soldier, res. 2G5 S. Delaware. 

Cauley Thos. res. 31 South. 

Cannall Augustus, marble dresser, res. 227 S. Alabama. 

Cantrill D. M., printer Journal Office, res. 50 W. Vermont. 

CAPITAL STEAM JOB OFFICE, Wm. S. Cameron pro- 
prietor, 8 E. Pearl. 

CardcU William, clerk 72 E. Vrashington, bds. with E. E. 
Holland. 

Carico John, carpenter, res. 54 Indiana avc. 

Carlisle D. W., agent Central E. R., res. 46 W. Walnut. 

Carlisle Hamilton, flour packer Carlisle's Model Mills. 

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

Carlisle John & Son, flour and feed store, 68 W. Washington. 

Carlisle's Model Mills, John Carlisle, proprietor, 254 W. 
Washington. 

Carlisle H. D., (John C. & Son,) res. 240 W. Washington. 

CARMICHAEL J. D., proprietor Palmer House, cor. Wash- 
ington and Illinois. 

Carney Wm., porter Farmers' Hotel. 

Carper Thomas, railroader, res. W. Market. 

Carr Michael, shoemaker, bds. Pat. Burns. 

Carral W. H., farmer, res. 170 E. South. 

Carroll Miss Annie, cloak maker with Miss Moon. 



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THE INDIANA AMERICAN BEING THE ONLY 



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IN IINTDIANAPOLIS, 



And being devoted largely to Family Ecading, it has such 

a circulation among families as constitutes 

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immz OF AD¥EmSI^O iEASSiABLE. 



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Circulates among the principal 
Of the State, more exclusively than any other Weekly. 



A Wheeler & Wilsoa Sewing Machine with Hcmmer, for 5-50. 



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Carroll GrunuU, Carroll's Saloon, 11 N. Illinois, bds. same. 

Carroll Miss Bt-llc, private school under Associate J\efornaed 
Church, Ohio, bet. Pennsylvania and Delaware. 

(.'arter Alex., (col.,) laborer, res. Kowavil. 

Carter Charles E., policeman, res. 89 JN'. Illinois. 

Carter George, (Leathers & C.,) res. li;'> X. Alabama. 

Carter Henry, carpenter, re-<. W. Georgia, 'oct. Missouri and 
West. 

Carter John, salesman Boston Store, bds. 15 E. Ohio. 

Carter L. L., cooper, W. Indianapolis. 

Carton Andrew, laborer, res. on 8. Jiast. 

Cartright Mrs. Alice, res. 131 W. ^■pnont. 

Case John B., engineer, res. 75 N. ^loble. 

Cassady Isaac N., produce dealer, res. 105 X. Liberty. 

Casselbaum Frederick, wood sawyer, res. Winston, N. of 
Biddle. 

Casselberry Mary, dressmaker, res. 181 Massachusetts ave. 

Castlin L., barkeeper East Empire Saloon, bds. 21, cor. Mar- 
ket and New Jerse}^. 

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

Cathcart Eobcrt W., clerk Merrill & Co., bds. 102 S. New 
Jersey. 

Catlin Ebenezer, laborer, res. \Y. Market. 

Catterson Abe., policeman, res. 50 S. Noble. 

Catterson Cj'. W., carpenter, res. 'Jl N. Meridian. 

Catterson James, policeman, res. 241 Indiana ave. 

Catterson II. F., tinner, 09 W. Washington, bds. Pylo House. 

Cattizer Caroline, (w'id..) res. Stephens. 

Cattizer Kinder, at peg and last lactory, res. Stephens. 

Caughlin Patrick, laborer, res. 78 S. Noble. 

Caultield Miss Eosanna, school teacher, bds. 104 N. Missis- 
sippi. 

CAVEN JOHN, attorney at law, 19^ E. Washington, bds. 
Bates House. 

Cavenaugh Mat., laborer, res. Missouri, S. of South. 

Caylor Anthony', pedlar, res. 158 N. Noble. 

Caylor Frank, backman, res. 74 N. Noble. 

Caylor Otho, coffee stand in East market, res. 125 E. Mar- 
ket. 

CAYLOR SANTFOED, saloon, 220 E. Washington, ivs. 
game. 

Central Eestaurant, G W. Washington, Henry Shaub, pro- 
prietor. 

Ceritzer Henry, laborer, res. 202 Madison ave. 

Chaboude Lewis, barkeeper Beck's Salooi^, res. 204 S. Dela- 
ware. 

Chamberlin Jas., farmer, res. cor. Tennessee and Second. 

Chambers Abram, engineer, res. 79 Massachusetts ave. 



81,000 AVheeler & Wilson's Sewino; Machines iii use ia this country. 



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Between Illinois and Meridian, 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 



COUGIIT AND SOLD. 



Carriases to iet at all times. 



350 families in Indianapolis anci vicinity use Wheeler & Wilson. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 65 



Chiiraberi* Mrs. Frances, Bee-Hive Store, bds.31 N.Meridijin. 

Chandler Eliza Mrs., res. 72 W. Maryland. 

Chandler George, printer Jo^irnal office, bds. 72 W. Mary- 
land. 

Chandler Henry C, printer, 8 E. Washington, bds. 258 W. 
Washington. 

Chandler Thomas, res. 1G9 X. Mississippi. 

Chandler Thomas E., (Wiggins & C.,) res. 258 W. Wash- 
ington. 

Chandler Wm. G., pattern maker, bds. 258 W. AYashington. 

Chapman D. C, painter, res. 65 S. Pennsylvania. 

Chapman Major Geo. H., U. S. A., res. 37 W. Ohio. 

Chapman E., W. Indianapolis. 

Chapman Samuel, peddler, res. 19 Bates. 

Chapman Thomas, carpenter, res. Spring, cor. j^ortli. 

Charles John, Central Mills, res. 105 X. Meridian. 

Charles Thomas, hack driver, res. 75 E. Georgia. 

Chase A. E., mail agent, res. 99 Virginia ave. 

Chase James F., conductor on the Bellefontaine R. II., rea. 
235 S. Delaware. 

Chase Joseph W., Madison R. R., res. 223 S. Delaware. 

Cheeks Omer, farmer, res. 121 Bluff Road. 

Chester Albert A., stair builder, res. Duncan. 

Childers J. P., pump maker, shop in rear of German Cath- 
olic Church, res. 151 S. Xoble. 

Chipmau L., clerk B. F. Tuttle's store, res. 128 N. Ten- 
nessee. 

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

Chites John, porter Little's Hotel. 

Chittenden William G., laborer, res. East, bet. Liberty and 
Noble. 

Chollette Jacob H., book-keeper, res. 22 N. Mississippi. 

Chrech Frederick, carpenter, res. 215 S. Delaware. 

Christ Henry, servant Mrs. Morris. 

CHRISTIAN RECORD, Journal Building, A. D. Goodwin, 
publisher. 

Christman Otto, superintendent Crystal Palace saloon, bds. 
same. 

CHRISTY ALBERT, dealer in groceries, fruits of all kinds, 
cakes, candies, cigars, tobacco, nuts, crackers, flour, &-C., 
14 Louisiana, opp. Union depot. 

CHRISTY A., grocery and produce store, cor. Illinois and 
Maryland, res. 55 South. 

Church J. A., (J. A. C. & Co.,) res. Pine, near Fletcher ave. 

Church Joseph A. & Co., flour and feed store, 5 S. Delaware. 

Churchman F. M., clerk Fletcher's Bank, res. 8 E. Michigan. 

CHURCHMAN W. H., Superintendent of Institute for the 
Blind, res. at Institute. 

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66 INDIANAPOLIS 



WOOD & FOUDRAY, 

LIVERY, S^LE 

AND 

BOARDING STABLES, 

lS<y» lO IV- Pennsylvania {Street, 

INOtANAPOUS, mOtANA. 

Dealers in 




Horses and Carriages to let day and night. 

HORSES BOARDED BY THE DAY OR WEEK. 

^W^. H. LOOMIS' 

Wo@dlawo ire@n Hous©, 

NO. 189 VIRGINIA AVENUE. 

%xm gousf plants, Inpets, loses 

AND HARDY SHRUBS. 

Also, Fruit and Ornamental Trees for sale 

The largest eollection of new Hardy Grape Yines, offer- 
ed in the West, among them will be found the famous Dela- 
ware, Diana, Anna, Logan, Lenoir, Eebecca Allen's Hy- 
brid, Cuyahoga, and 

Th.irty Other* Varieties. 

Descriptive, wholesale, and other Catalogues furnished on 
application. 

Address, W. H. LOOMIS, 

No. 189 Va. Avenue, 
Indianapolis, Ind. 

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CITY DIRECTORY. 67 



CITY SALOON, 53 and 55 S. Illinois, Bush & Hannum, 
proprietors. 

CLAFLIN C. C, agent Wheeler & Wilson's sewing ma- 
chines, 19 W. Washington, res. 110 N. Meridian. 

Clark , U. S. A., res. 122 W. Ohio. 

Clark Alfred D., clerk at Bowen, Stewart & Co.'s, bds. 67 X. 
Mississippi. 

Clark A. M., house painter, res. G7 N. Mississippi. 

Clark Absalom, washerman, res. 28 W. North. 

CLARK EDWAED, President and Agent of the Indiana 
and Illinois Central Eailway Company, 24^ E. Wash^- 
ington, res. 36 N. Delaware. 

Clark Hiigh, carriage maker, res. 35 E. St. Clair. 

Clark H., laborer, res. 139 W. New York. 

Clark Mrs. Maria, (wid.,) bds. 95 W. Vermont. 

Clark Eueben O., res. 98 W. Michigan. 

Clark S. A., carriage trimmer, res. 96 N. East. 

Clark W. T., agent for Merchants' Despatch, 31 W. Wash- 
ington, bds. 79i E. Washington. 

CLARKE E. W., Baptist minister, res. 73 S. Noble; 

Clarke Edward W., (M. G. C. & Co.,) res. 51 N. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Clarke John, book-keeper, Clarke & Co. 

Clarke M. C, (Clarke & Co.,) res. 169 N. Pennsylvania. 

Clarke M. G-. & Co., publishers and proprietors of Witness, 
Odd Fellows' Hall. 

Clarke W^illiam C, (C. & Co.,) bds. 169 N. Pennsylvania. 

CLAEKE & CO., book publishers and agents for S. S. 
books. Odd Fellows Hall. 

Clawson Albert, blacksmith, bds. 28 Indiana ave. 

Clay Hillery, deputy clerk United States Court^ bds. 139 
N. New Jersey. 

Clayton C. J., peddler, res. 3 Willard. 

Cleary Patrick, porter Bates House. 

Cleaver John W., bricklayer, res. 197 N. Noble. 

Cleaver Jefferson, bricklayer, alley bet. New York and 
Ohio. 

Clem Aaron, (Clem & Bro.,) res. cor. Massachusetts ave. and 
Alabama. 

Clem William F., (Clem & Bro.,) res. 110 N. Alabama. 

Clem & Bro., grocers, cor. Massachusetts ave. and Alabama. 

Clemens John, carpenter, res. Illinois, bet. First and Second. 

Ciemm John E., clerk Quartermaster's Department, res. 82 
N. Delaware. 

Clever W., messenger Adams Express Company, bds. Pal- 
mer House. 

Clifton Joseph B., laborer, res. 174 N. New Jersey. 

Cline Andrew, engineer, res. 96 E. Louisiana. 



For four successive years at the Ohio State Fair. 



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INDIANAPOLIS 



CHRISTIAN HOFMEISTER. 






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Choice Wines, Liquors, Ale. Beer and Cigars alwaj's on 
hand. Oysters and. Game in their season. 

7iy East Washington St., 

INDIAKAPOLIS, INDIANA, 
J. G. MORRIS^ 



26 & 28 W. Washington St., over Fletcher's store, 



Photographs Plain or in Oil, or in Water Colors. Ambrc- 
types, Llelainotypes, Sic, &c. 



iHi HOUSE, 

(NEAR THE UNION DEPOT,) 

€ofl'jacE' €>i III»Bi»is aead §©sa^2a streets, 

IHDIAHAPOLIS, IHD., 

Seventy-five cents per day. Twenty cents per meal. Ship- 
per lodging and breakfast, sixty cents. 



STEPHEN MATTLER, 



Proprietor. 



JACOB ROOS. CHARLES SCHMALZRIED. 

ROOS & SCHMALZRIED, 



Dealers in all kinds of 



-9?'^ ^ 4^ "^"^ 

No. 89 South Illinois Street, 

Betv/een Georgia St, and Union Dcjiot, 

ANA 



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"iClincChas. H., U. S, A., rea. 150 N. Mississippi. 
Clinc Joel, miller, res. 191 S. Alabama. 
Ciine Peter, teamster, res. S. West. 
Clinton Ilarton, Capt. U. S. A., res. 32 E. (Joorgia. 
Clofli Conradt, Avatchnian B. & I. R. E. dejiot. res. 7 Huron. 
Close Jolm, (C. & Bro..) bds. Macy House. 
Close Wra. H., (C. & Bro.,) bds. Macy House. 
Close & Bro., (col.,) barbers, 4 N. Pennsylvania. 
Coach Heniy, res. cor. Fletcher ave. and Pine. 
Coburn Mrs. Ann, I'es. 185 iST. East. 
Coburn Mrs. Sarah, rea. 47 J!^. Delaware. 
Coburn Ellen, vrorks at arsenal, bds. 34 N. Ellsworth. 
Coburn John, Colonel 33d Ilegiment Indiana Volunteers, 

res. GO E. Ohio. 
Coburn J. F., machinist at Indianapolis and Cincinnati ma- 
chine shop, res. 103 S. Alabama. 
Coburn William, bar-keeper Empire saloon, bds. Morris 

House. 
Cochran Milton, cooper, res. I^lichig-an Road. 
Cochran Wm., carpenter, res. Eddy, S. of C-ardcn. 
Coen John, paper hanger and boarding house kee]:)cr, res. 

107 S. Tennessee.^ 
Coffer Hannah, (wid.,) res. 123 E. McCarthy. 
Coffin Eli, cigar maker, res. 167 B. Ohio. 
Coffin Stephen, (McTaggart C. & Co.) res. 20 Delaware. 
Coffman Adam, laborer, 105 Madison avc. 
Coffman Jacob, carpenter, res, 171 S. iS^ew Jersey. 
Coffman Samuel J., carpenter, res. 163 N. Mississippi. 
Cogan Mary, (wid..) res. 64 E. Merrill. 

Cogil , res. 186 Virginia ave. 

Cogill John, workman at arsenal, res. 61 S. New Jersey. 
COLCLAZEP EEV. J., Methodist, res. 35 X. Pennsylvania. 
Colclazer J. H., watchmaker, 20 E. Washington, bds. 35 N. 

Pennsylvnnia. 
Coldwell James T., blacksmith, C7 S. Penns3dvania. 
Cole D. C, res. 135 K East. 
Cole John, farmer, W. Indianapolis. 
Cole 0. P., salesman, 30 W. Washington, res. 51. cor. Ohio 

and Alabama. 
Coleman Henry, hack driver, res. GG Indiana ave. 
CoUcy S. A., attorney at law, 10^- S. Meridian, res. 164 N. 

New Jersey. 
Collins Cornelius, laborer, res. 100 E. 3Iarket. 
Collins E. J., carpenter, res. 67 Spring. 
Collins John, carpenter, res. 37 S. Illinois. 
Collman Henry, boarding house, res. 28 S. Pennsylvania. 
Collup Frederick, grocer, 166 E. Washington, res. same. 
COLLY I. J., detective police, res. 49, cor. Ohio and Noble. 



Successive years at Mechanic's Institute, Cincinnati. 



70 



INDIANAPOLIS 



A^. & BE. SCHTsTULL, 

WHOLESALE GKOCERS, 

[ & mill 

Importers of and dealers in 

m WIHES, LIQHOBS, 



1 l!l[[lCI&iTS, 




-A-]Sri3 



FOREIGN FRUITS, 
NUTS, 

&c., &c. 
RECTIFIED WHISKY AND VINEGAR MANUFACTORY. 

COR. WASHINGTON AND DELAWAEE STREETS, 

iisrr>i.A.3srA.FoXjTS, insriD. 

Cigars, Fine Cnt & Plug Tobacco 



JOHN A. HEIDLINGEE, 

Manufacturer and Wholesale Dealer in 



GiaAiaS, 



And direct importer of the 

Choicef=t Brands 
OF 



COMi11ISSIO]\ JWERCHA]\T. 

No. 3 Palmer House, and No. 10 Bates House, 
INDIANAPOLIS^ INf). 




Wheeler & Wilson's Sewing Machines .have been awarded the First Premium 



CITY DIRECTORY. 71 



Colsby Henry, (eol.,) whitewasher, res. 156 N". Missouri. 

Colstock Henry, carpenter, res. 22 W. North. 

Colstoek John A., street commissioner, bds. 22 W. North. 

Colton Wm., engineer, res. 27 S. Liberty. 

Combs Hawkins, laborer, res. 13G E. McCarthy. 

Comegys Levi, carpenter, shop 62 N. Delaware, res. same. 

Compagne Henry J., laborer, res. 40 Huron. 

Comskj James, hack driver, res. 257 S. Delaware. 

Conaty James B., bonnet bleecher, 22 S. Illinois, res. same. 

Conkle John, laborer, res. 30 Union. 

Conly John, workman at Eolling Mill, res. 166 S. Missis- 
sippi. 

CONNER A. H., Postmaster, bds. Bates House. 

Conner Daniel, laborer, res. 25 Eailroad. 

Conner James, laborer, res. 21 E. Georgia. 

Connor John, laborer, res. 199 E. Ohio. 

Conner John, laborer, bds. 184 S. Tennessee. 

Conner Lawrence, ostler, 14 N. Pennsylvania, bds. Scarry 
House. 

Conner Michael, U. S. A., res. 181 S. New Jersey. 

Conner Michael, laborer, res. 101 E. Louisiana, 

Conraigan James, railroader, res. E. end of Maryland. 

Conroy Patrick, tailor, res. West, bet. Maryland and Georgia. 

Converse Joel, express-man, res. 153 N. East. 

Cood Charles, collar maker, res. Pennsylvania. 

Cook Francis, laborer, res. 210 S. Tennessee. 

Cook Fred., (Wm. C. & Co.,) res. 36 Liberty. 

Cook Fred., driver Adams Express Company, bds. Spencer 
House. 

Cook Henry, brick mason, bds. 20 Chatham. 

Cook Henry, laborer, res. John near Winston. 

Cook Henry, laborer, res. 45 E. Georgia. 

Cook H. P., clerk at M. H. Good's, bds. 10 W. Market. 

Cook Miss Jane, res. 22 Indiana ave. 

Cook Jesse M., carpenter, res. Ill E. New York. 

Cook Mrs. J., boarding house, 44 N. Pennsylvania. 

Cook John, machinist, bds. 20 Chatham. 

Cook Mrs. Mary, res. 20 Chatham. 

Cook M. E., painter 31 S. Meridian, res. 75 W. Maryland. 

Cook R., moat market, 3 N. Illincin, ro". .?2 Indiana ;i.vc. 

Cook Thomas, laborer, res. 31 Central. 

Cook William, (Wm. C. & Co.,) res. East, S. of Washington. 

COOK WILLIAM & CO., dealer in dry goods, groceries, 
boots, shoes, &c., 189 E. Washington. 

Coolmam William, cigar maker at G. Meyers, 25 W. Wash- 
ington, res. 70 N. Mississippi. 

Cooly Charles, res. Biddle, near city limits. 

Coon Peter, res. 10 N. East. 



For four successive jears at the Am. Institute, New York. 



72 



INDIANAPOLIS 



7 SHOT ^ 

iEfSifl 



f ® IJ. R. WILSON, 




Wholesale and retail 



MADE BT THE 



liiiim Silver rhiled Ware, Win- 
,^ , „. . „ dow Sash, Glass, Mill & 

Manhattan Fire Anns Sianufactiirinp' ' ' Cross Cut Saws, 
NEW YORK. ' 

Weighs 10 ounces ; loaded in lialf the time, ana iX. Jtl. LSHuBrnS, 
shoots with double the force of other kinds. The a„.i P/.<ii n;i TomT^c- 
charges may remam in the Pistol for years with- '■ 

out injury or he withdrawn without danger. No. 60 

Tlie workmnnship is superior, and the i)rice__ __, i • . «> 

modoniie. ForL'eiv ' W. Washington St. 

J. B. T»7IIiSOH, Indianapolis, Ind. 



TOM S. CAMPBELL. M. W. EOYLES. 



BLAHK BOOK MAHOFAGTBRERS, 

i^'o. S7 East WasaiisagtoEi St., 

(2 doors east of Glenus' Block, up stairs,) 



xi>TT:>xj^isrj^:E'CDX^Tt 



XlsTJD. 



Dealers in 



sOIas^, Famts, ¥arai8Bie§.4c, 




SI Washington St., 

IHBIAHAPGUa IHG% 



CHARLES FISHBACK, M. D., 



Hes. 40 E. New York, Office 22 E. Market, St., 
INDIANAROI—IS, IND_, 



The Wheeler & Wilsou Ilemmer makes hems of any width. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 73 



Coon Phillip, bar-keeper Court House vSaloon. 

Cooney Dennis, laborer, res. X. East. 

Coons Mrs. Elizabeth, res. 83 Davidson. 

Cooper Albert, laborer, res. 275 S. Delaware. 

Cooper Charles A., auctioneer, res. 11 E. North. 

Cooper Hamilton, tailor, res. W. Market. 

Cooper J., boots and shoes, 53 E. Washington, res. 81 N. Ala- 
bama. 

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

Cooper JS'atlian, (col.,) wood sawyer, res. 145 N. Tennessee. 

Cooper W. H., clerk for William Wise, 74 "W. Washington, 
bds. 220 S. Delaware. 

Copeland Jesse, builder, res. 128 E. Market. 

Copelaud J. W., dealer in millinery goods 7S. Meridian, res. 
105 S. 'New Jersey. 

Copeland S. P., bonnet presser, res. 101 N. Mississippi. 

Corbit Mrs. Mary A., (wid.,) res. 136 X. Mississippi. 

Cordey William,' res. 84 N. Meridian. 

Corkran John, laborer, res. Water, JST. of McCarthy. 

Corliss C. physician, 7 E. Maryland. 

Cornelius Deborah, (wid.,) 237 S. Alabama. 

Cornelius Wni., plasterer, res. IIG E. McCarthy. 

Corner Jam e^3, carpenter, res. Biddle, near city limits. 

Corwine Benjamin F., res. Plumb near Universit}-. 

Cosby Eichard, carpenter, res. 58 Huron. 

Costclo John, foundryman, res. W. Market. 

Coster Charles H. M., laborer, res. 115 K. Alabama. 

Coster D., farmer, res. 37 N. Noble. 

Coster David W., carpenter, res. 71 Spring. 

Costigan F., bds. Oriental House. 

Cottnian John A., U. S. A., res. 159 W. Yermont. 

Cotton Eandolph J., Jailer, bds. 18 N Alabama. 

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

Cottrell & Knight, gas fitters and coppersmiths, 91 S. Ala- 
bama. 

Coughlin Wm., (Merritt& ('..) woollen factory, res. 127 W. 
New York. 

Coumbe E. J., baker, at Union Steam Bakery. 

Court House Saloon, cor. Washington and Alabama, C. 
Monningcr, proprietor. 

Cousins Samuel, saloon-tender, res 190 AV. North. 

Covington Susan, (wid.,) res. 144 W. Market. 

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

COX CHAELES, dealer in stoves, tin and sheet-iron ware, 
11 W. Washington, res. 43 S. Meridian. 

Cox Charles H., .salesman, 11 W. Washington, bds. 43 S. 
Meridian. 

Cox David, tinner, 11 W. Washington. 

The Wheeler & Wilson Ileiiimcr is the only Ileiumer that will Fell. 




First Premium awarded the Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine for three 



CITY DIRECTORY. 75 



Cox Edward, finisher Ohio Premium Woolen Factory. 

Cox J., landscape and portrait painter. Ray's Building, res. 
41 S. Meridian. 

Cox Jas., slioemaker, bds. with Knight. 

Cox Jefferson R., carpenter, res. 188 S. East. 

Cox Mrs. Sophia, (wid.,) res. 148 VV. Market. 

Cox Wm. C, (Tomlinson & C.,) res. 144 N. Illinois. 

Coyner Martin, contractor, res. 209 E. St. Clair. 

Craft Smith, blacksmith, res. 210 Indiana ave. 

Craft W. H., watchwaker and jeweler, 2 Odd Fellows Hall. 

Craig Wm., school teacher, bds. 45 N. Pennsylvania. 

Craighead Mary Jane, (wid.,) res. 18 Maryland. 

Crane Alex G., speculator, res. cor. Washington and Ten- 
nessee. 

Crane J. D., New York picture gallery, 19 W. Washington, 
res. Lafayetfe. 

Crane L., porter Farmers' Hotel. 

Crane Worth, artisi. New York picture gallery, bds. Pyle 
House. 

Crapo R. P., (E. P. C. & Co.,) bds. Pyle House. 

Crapo R. P. & Co., dealers in ambrotype and photographic 
goods, Journal Building. 

Crawford Eli, moulder, 250 S. Delaware. 

Crawford Mary C, seamstress, bds. 132 E. North. 

Crean Dennis, porter Farmers' Hotel, res. 204 S. Delaware. 

Creamer Sarah, (wid.,) res. 199 S. Pennsylvania, rear. 

Cremer James, (col.,) laborer, res. 124 W. New York. 

Cressharber Sebastian, boiler-maker, res. 231 S. Alabama. 

Cressner Theodore, book-keeper Indiana Daily State Sen- 
tinel Office, res. 133 N. West. 

Crimer Henry, butcher, shop cor. East and North, res. 71 
E. St. Mary. 

Criqui M., merchant tailor and clothier, 84 E. Washington, 
res. 173 E. Ohio. 

Crossland J. A., fancy dry goods, 75 W. Washington, res. 
224 N. Illinois. 

Cropper Alexander, hack driver, alley, bet. Market and 
Washington. 

Cropsey J. E., cabinet maker, res. 62 N. Missouri. 

Crouch G. W., (G. W. & J. C.,) livery and sale ?tab]e, 24 ^ 
Pennsylvania, bds. Little's Hotel. 

Crouch G. W. & J. C, livery stable, 24 S. Pennsylvania. 

Crouch J., (G. W. & J. C.,) bds. Little's Hotel. 

Crouch John, laborer, res. cor. Michigan and Tennessee. 

Crozicr Geo., watchman Glenns' Block, res. 89 N. Meridian. 

Crug G., grocery, res. 24 E. Georgia. 

CRYSTAL PALACE SALOON AND RESTAURANT, E. 
Beck, proprietor, 44 W. Washington. 



Successive years at the United States Fair. 



70 



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)RiTZ, BROTHER & CO , 



U < 





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ALSO, DEALERS IN 



CLOTHS. GASSIMERES AND VESTING? 

ITo. 3 E. V/asiiington St., Blackfoid's Euildingr, 



AND 



ro. 19 West Washington St., Sherman's Buiiding, 




For Hosiery, Knitting Materials, 

AND 

GENTS' PUBNlSHINfi GfiOOS, 

Co to R. R. PARKEi?, 

Sig-n of tlie '^^IBig- Stockiog-,'^ 

No. SO WEST WASHINGTON ST. 

ALSO, DEPOT FOS THE ENAMELED PAPER COLLAES. 

Wliolesale and Retail 
AND DEALERS IX 

Provisions, Country Produce, &c., 

iisr.'DiA.Jsr.A.^'OLis, xistjd. 



A ^Yheeler & Wilso.. Sewing Machine with Hammer, for S50. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 



Cuhn Wm., baker, res. 64 N. East. 

Ciilon Chas.. attorney at law, res. Ciiiuberlaiid, bet. Alabama 
and Delaware. 

Culley Daniel B., res. 15G N. Pennsylvani:;. 

Culler David V., president boai'd of seliool trastccs, res. li> 
E. Ohio. 

Galley Mrs. Mary tailoress, res. 119 S. Te!mosse.\ 

Culluni Eberle, (C. & Stanage.) res. St. Clai:-, bet. Mich- 
i,i!;un Road and Dia2;onal. 

CULLU-M & STAN"AG'R, R. R. steam printers jind engrav- 
ers, office 19 W. Washington. 

Cully D. T., salesman, B Palmer House, bds. 2G Illinois. 

Cully Ed., clerk,M3, 7G X. Illinois. 

CULVER ELIHU, wholesale and retail grocer, 142 AY. 
Washington, res. same. 

Cummins James, eating house, 194 W. Washington, res. 
same. 

Cummini,'s John H., teamster, res. Indiana ave. 

CUNNINGHAM F. P., bakery and confectionery, 43 N. 
Illinois, res. same. 

Cunningham Hugh, res. 45 S. East. 

Curby Susannah, (wid.,) res. 15 Central. 

Curby Thomas, cooper, res. 15 Central. 

Curran David, printer. Journal Office, bds. G Noble. 

Curron Mrs. Anne, washer, res. 144 E. New York. 

Curry Hamilton, (col.,) cook, res. 97 Massachusetts ave. 

CURTIS ANDREW, justice of the peace, 39 E. Washing- 
ton, res. 159 Virginia ave. 

Curtis Charles, engineer Wm. Henderson steam fire engine. 

Curtis Casper T., artist, res. Yv^ater, N. of McCarty. 

Curtis Joseph, (col.,) cook Bates House, res. 101 W. North. 

Curtis Truman M., engineer, res. Water, N. of McCarty. 

Curzon Joseph, architect. Journal Building, res. 218 N. Illi- 
nois. 

Cussan Garret, clerk, res. G2 Indiana ave. 

Cutting A., willow basket and broom maker, res. 177 N. 
Delaware. 

Cutts H. P., blacksmith, res. Indiana ave. 

D 

Daggett W., wholesale and retail confectioner}' and tea store, 

22 S. ]\Ieridian, res. same. 
Dahne William, laborer, res. AYinston, bet. New York and 

Vermont. 
Dailey John, laborer, res. \Y. St. Clair. 
Daily Condy, huckster, res. 144 N. Libert^'. 

81,000 Wheeler & Wilson's Sewiua: Macbinesin use iu this country. 



78 



INDIANAPOLIS 



ALLEN & HilMESLEY'S 




FAHNSSTOCK.INO'psS 



LIVEKY AJ\0 SALE STABLE, 

Pearl St., in rear of Palmer House, INDIANAPOLIS. 

Every description of vehicles usually found in Livery Stables always on 
band. Horses kept by the Day, Week or Month. 

CUN MATERIALS AND FANCY GOODS. 

EDGAR^PARKER, 



DEALEK ]N 









Bird Cages, Fancy Bask^ ts, Hobby Horses, Toys & Fancy 
Goods of all kinds, 

25 South Illinois Street, - - - INDIANAPOLIS. 

OHIO HOUSE, 

No. 31 West Market Street, 



MMf IM NEIIUN, 



w « w 



This House is convenient to the business part of the 
city. Boarders kept b}" the daj' or week. 

A Wlieeler & Wilson Sewing Machine will last a life-time. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 



Daily C. E., TJ. S. A., res. 309 Virginia ave. 

Daily Michael, haberdasher, 192 S. Delaware. 

Daily Patrick, clerk, res. 190 S. Delaware. 

Daily William, res. 153 N. Liberty. 

Daily Elisha W., res. 113 N. Tennessee. 

Dain Eobert C, paper hanger, bds. 108 St. Joseph. 

Dain Mrs. P., res. 18 Michigan Eoad. 

DainE. J., auctioneer, bds. Little's Hotel. 

Dame Jason, marble worker and dealer, 67 E. Washington, 
res. 8 East. 

Dana Mrs. E. S., res. 33 Meridian. 

Danals Samuel, railroader, res. 63 S. Nevv Jersey. 

Daney Frank, pattern maker, res. 184 S. Alabama. 

Danforth A. J., (D. & Simpson,) res. 112 JST. Pennsylvania. 

DANFORTH & SIMPSON, wholesale and retail dealers in 
groceries, produce, &c., 3 Odd Fellows' Hall. 

Daniels Mrs. C. F., dress maker, res. 60 N. Delaware. 

Daniels Samuel, res. 71 S. New Jersey. 

Danmier Frederick, drayman, res. 146 E. Ohio. 

Dan way Andrew, laborer, W. Indianapolis. 

Daragh William, merchant tailor, res. 56 S. Illinois. 

Darby John, hominy maker, Eailroad City Mills, res. 33 W. 
Ohio. 

Darnall W. W., Captain 11th Eegiment IiKliana Volunteers, 
res. 71 N. Delaware. 

Darnell C, carpenter, res. Illinois, bet. Fifth and Sixth. 

Darnell John, railroader, res. 23 Harrison. 

Darnley Francis, railroader, res. 22 Heni-y. 

Darragh William, cuttlery, 3 E. Washington, res. cor. Wil- 
low and Garden. 

Darrow George, wood sawyer, res. 149 S. Mississippi. 

Darrow Ben. C., (Cady & Co.,) res. 161 N. New Jersey. 

Darrow James E., auctioneer, res. 67 N. East. 

Dash John, laborer, res. 116 S. Noble. 

Daugherty J. F., clerk postoffice, res. 61 Massachusetts ave. 

Daumont P. A., jeweler, 9 S. Meridian, res. 32 E. Market. 

DAUMONT S. H., watch maker, hair braider, and dealer 
in clocks, watches, jewelry, silver and plated ware, 9 S. 
Meridian. 

Daven Peter, laborer, res. 83 Huron. 

Davenport John, engineer planing mill, res. 58 Indiana ave. 

David Mrs. Ann, seamstress, res. 20 N. East. 

David Thomas, (Eigg & D.,) res. 83 South. 

David William, res. Illinois, N. of Fourth. 

David Wm. C, Florance's saloon, bds. Acy Wright. 

Davidson A. H., farmer, E. end of Market. 

Davidson John, collector for Journal Company, res. 85 Da- 
vidson. 



Upwards of 100 W. & W, Machines in use in Ind'p'lis making army clothing. 



so 



INDIANAPOLIS 









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E. & J. 

P^ . EAST 



RUEM. 

'ASHING! 



on ST 



XI'-'iIDI.ft.lNr.A.i-'OI^IS, II-XID 



AllIIGTYPES, MELAiHOTYPi-S, 

la ilic most tlcgant style, cqu;;] to the brst made in France. 

p^oTCS^AFi^s mmi mimnuM is life siu, 

Daguerreotypes or Ambrotvpes copied inlo Plain Photo- 
graphs of any size, 
By E. BRUEy^ii^G, Artist, froB-Jis Dusseldos'f. 
Prices moderate and perfect satisfaction warranted. 



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JV KI JD 

And Oealers in 

liiSW P/I#E'B3. wail P^IPlEBj 

Wo. !8 WEST WASHir^JGTOM STREET, 

INI3IANAPOLIS, INDIANA. 



350 families in Indianapolis and vicinity use Wlieelcr & Wilson. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 81 

Davis Mrs. Maria, tailoress, res. 79 N. New Jersey. 

Davis Allen, brakoman Bellefontaine it. E., res. 54 Benton. 

Davis Amos, (col.,) wood sawyer, res. Sixth, bet. Mississippi 
and Missouri. 

Davis Benjamin, railroader, res. 51 E. Lonisiana. 

DAVIS C. B., insurance agent, Odd Fellows' Hall, res. 137 
N. Pennsylvania. 

Davis Charles Y/., clerk Unioii Hall Billiard Eoom. 

Davis D. \Y., cook St. Nicholas Saloon. 

Davis Edwin A., (Peclle & D.,) attorney at law, bds. Bates 
House. 

Davis Edward, constable, res. 129 N. Penii.sylvania. 

Davis E. ^Y., (Deitz and D.,) res. 78 and 80 \Y. Washington. 

Davis F; A. W., teller Indianapolis Branch Banking Co., 
bds. cor. Market and Meridian. 

Davis Fleming, railroader, res. 121 S. IsToble. 

Davis George, blacksmith, bds. 179 E. Market. 

Davis Ilaldan, city policeman, res. 150 iST. Delaw^are. 

Davis J., foundry, res. 64 N. Meridian. 

DAVIS JAMES, boots and shoes, 187 B. Washington, res. 
5 jST. Noble. 

Davis James, foundryman, bds. 43 N. New Jersey. 

Davis John G., clerk Odd Fellows' Hall, bds. ilrs. Gamp- 
bell's. 

Davis Joseph S., messenger Adams Express Co., bds. Pal- 
mer House. 

Davis Joseph W., bell and brass foundry, res. 129 Virgi- 
nia ave. 

Davis Milton, laborer, res. cor. McCarty and Union. 

Davis Eichard M., shoemaker, res. bet. East and Noble, and 
Washington and lilarket. 

Davis Eobert F., sawmaker, bds. Eay House. 

Davis Thomas, butcher, shop 6 S. Alabama, res. 83 South. 

Davis Thomas, shoemaker, bds. 5 N. Noble. 

Davis T. J., (Kellogg & D.,) bds. Palmer House. 

Davis William, 26th Ind. Volunteers, res. 221 N. Noble. 

Davis William C., salesman Bee-Hive store, bds. at Macy 
House. 

Davis Wm. H., carpentei', works at Wright's pump shop, E. 
Maryland, res. 46 W. Maryland. 

Dawes A. C, traveling agent E. C. Mayhew & Co., bds. 
Palmer House. 

I^awson David S., blacksmith, works Jones & Vanblaricum's, 
Maryland, E. of Meridian, res. 41 W. Georgia. 

Dawson George, tinner, res. 183 N. New Jersey. 

Dawson Eiley, miller, res. 72 E. St. Clair. 

DAY EEV. HENEY, pastor Baptist Church, bds. Mrs. 
McCarty, cor. Meridian and Merrill. 
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Wlieeler & Wilson's Sewing Machines warranted for three years. 



82 



INDIANAPOLIS 





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SlLortest Hoiite bj30 IfileSo 

The only Route Without Change of Cars. 

Three Trains leave Indianapolis daily, on tlie arrival of Trains from 
Peru, Lafayette and Terre Haute. 

Through to Cincinnati in advance of all other Routes. 

Connecting at Cincinnati with all the Great Eastern and Southern Rail- 
i-oad Lines, and with Steamers on the Ohio River. 



The Line of the Indianapolis and Cincinnati Railroad commences at Indianapolis, the 
Capital of Indiana, and passing through the towns of 

SHELBYVILLE, GEEENSBTJEG, LAWEENCEBTJEG AND NOETH BEND, 

(In view of the Residence and Tomb of the late General Harrison.) terminates at Cincin- 
nnti, the Queen City of the West. 

This Road was projected with a view to accommodate the travel and trafic, ivhich, com- 
ing from the North-West, seeks, through the Railroad Cit\-, (Indianapolis,) a direct avenve 
to the great Commercial Metropolis of the West. 

For this purpose the two cities have been connected by a direct line of Railroad of uni- 
form gauge, 110 miles in length, built in a style second to no other road in the Union, being 
first class in all its equipments for the transportation of passengers and freight in the short- 
est time and at low rates. 

With favorable and reliable arrangements with all connecting Roads, throughout the entire 
West, this Line guarantees unusual care and the amplest accommodations to its patrons. 

SLEEPBiaO OARS ATTACHED TO ALL HiOHT IMIM. 



__ 'The Company's exclusive Telegraph Line is used, when necessary, to govern the 
movement of Trains, and Loughridge's Celebrated Patent Car Brakes are attached to all 
Passenger Trains, by which they can be perfectly controlled; besides all the other modern 
ImprovemeTits necessary for the comfort and safety of Passengers, the managers of this road 
have liberally provided. 

j|@»FAH)e xiHoe sj^moe /\s by ant otjhoer Rouorie. 

33.A.G<jA.GMi; CIIECICED TKIiOUGfl-I. 

H. C. LORD, President. 

W. H. L. NOBLE, General Ticket Agent. 



First Premium awarded the Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine for three 



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CITY DIRECTORY. 83 



Day L., (W. F. Oi^lesby & Co.,) bds. 01 N. Tennessee. 

Day W. W., butcher, res. E. St. Clair. 

Deader William, laborer, res. 117 Union. 

Dearboa,£^ Christian, laborer, res. 129 E. McCarty. 

Deaker Casj^er, wood sawyer, res. 85 E. St. Mary. 

Decker Conrad, blacksmith, res. 140 Davison. 

Decker John, res. 227 N. Alabama. 

Decker John B., watchmaker and jeweler, 184 E. Washing- 
ton, res. same. 

Deenen James M., clerk 46 Fort Waj-nc ave., res. 157 N. 
Kew Jersey. 

Deer John, laborer, res. 230 JST. Alabama. 

Deeiy Edward, laborer, res. Jackson, near city limits. 

Decry John, laborer, res. Jackson, near city limits. 

Dc I'ord Wm., R., (De F. & Quimby,) res. 113 Massachusetts 
ave. 

Defrecs John D., sup'tgov. printing, Washington, D. C, res. 
54 S. Meridian. 

De Ford & Quimby, attorneys at law, 35J E. Washington. 

Dehart Austin, teamster, res. 137 J^. Mississippi. 

Deisier John, Jefferson House, 31 South, res. same. 

Deitz Peter, laborer, res N. Blake. 

Deleny Michael, railroader, res. 73 N. Noble. 

Dcller Frederick, painter, res. 102 IST. Noble. 

Delvo Eugene, stone cutter, res. 3 Elm. 

Delzell Hugh, lieutenant Ind. Vol. 

Dclzell Samuel, sutler U. S. A., res. 91 N. Alabama. 

Demos L., saddler, res. 13 W. St. Clair. 

Demmy Martin, saddler at Sulgrove & Eeynolds, 8 Huron. 

Demmy Wm. H., harnessmaker, 20 W. Washington, bds. 8 
Huron. 

Demotte Wm., teacher Deaf and Dumb Asj'lum, res. E. Na- 
tional Eoad. 

Domunn Geo., section boss Bellefontaine .R. R., res. 12 Bates. 

Denecn Amanda, seamstress, res. 157 N. Alabama. 

DeNene William, salesman New York Store, bds. Spencer 
House. 

Deniston Mrs. E. A., (wid.,) res. 73 N. Missouri. 

Denk Andrew, res. 137 Indiana ave. 

Denner Andrew, teamster, W. Indianapolis. 

Dennes Mrs. Elvira, re&. 78 N. East. 

Dennis Peter, soldier, res. 221 S. Delaware. 

Dennison O. E., printer, bds. Pyle House, cor. Illinois and 
Maryland. 

Denniston Mrs. E. A., (wid.,) milliner and dressmaker, res. 
73 N. Missouri. 

Denwald Mathew, dra5"man, res. 71 Davidson. 

Depot Bakery, J. C. Wineberger, prop'r, oj^p. Union Depot. 

Successive years at the United States Fair. 



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'bsif'' 



I^o. 4: BA.TES HOUl 
INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA. 



•E. 



Tho First Prenaiuns awarded the Wheeler & Wilson Machine 



CITT DIRECTORY. 



■^5 



ILLARD & ST 



E 



Keep constantly on hand an Extensive assort- 
ment of 




OF THE BEST MAI-TUFACTUREIIS. 





^^^^^■^*^^,r^i!|? p; -^ 





IT. B.— Piano-Fortes Tuned & Repaired, Old Piano-Fortes 
taken in Exchange for "New Ones. 



A LARGE ASSORTMEKT OF 



GUITARS, VIOLINS, FLUTES. FLUTrN.\S. ACCORDEONS, DRUMS, 

FIFES, .Vc, GUITAR AND VIOLIN STRINGS OF 

THE BEST QUALITT. ALSO, 



For four successive years at the Ohio State Fair. 



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INDIANAPOLIS 



CHARLES E. HAWTHORN. 



THOMAS BUCHANAN. 

IMPORTERS OP 

CMIM Ac 

GLASS 

AND 




IVo. S3 
E. Washington St.. 
I]\I>IAIVAPOL,IS, ll^D. 

Also, Manufacturers and Dealers in 

STONEWARE. 

CLi^RKE & CO., 

ODD FELLOWS' HALL, 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 

liiiiijiiiGioyssflois. 

PUBLICATIONS OF THE 
American Sunday School Union, American Tract Society, Am. Bap. Pub. 
Society, Sheldon & Co., Henry Hoyt, and Methodist Book Concern. 

BS^ Agents for the State for Horace Waters' Day andSabbatu School 
Bp;ll. 

CH^\.R]LI±;S GLAZIER, 

(Late Brad.shaw & Glazier,) 

COM MISSION MERCHANT, 

DEALER IN 

FLOOB, GHAIH, HAY, BOTTEB, 

Dried Fruit, Seeds, and Produce Generally. Also, Agent 
for the New York Reaper, 

No. 16, Cor. Pearl and Meridian Sts., Indianapolis. 

iKSTarticular attention given to the sale and purchase of Flour, Grain and Produce. 



Wheeler & Wilson's Sewing Machines have been awarded the First Premium 



CITY DIRECTORY. 87 

Dupez Aug., currier Mooney & Co.'s. 

Dcrnham Max, accent Eagle Clothing Store, 1 W. "Washing- 
ton, res. 28 N. Mississippi. 
Derringer David, carpenter, res. Howard. 
Deshley John, cabinet maker, res. Pennsylvania. 
Dcspa Aernest, painter, res. 30 Loukabee. 
Dessar A., (D. & Bro.,) res. Illinois, second door from cor. 

of Illinois and Vermont. 
Dessar David, (D. & Bro.,) bds. Illinois, second door from 

cor. of Illinois and Vermont. 
DESSAR & BRO., merchant tailors and clothiers, G E. 

Washington. 
Detricht William, bds. 1-1 W. Georgia. 
Devall A. A., (wid.,) res. 112 Virginia avc. 
Devening Daniel, wood sawyer, res. S. West. 
Devennish John J., moulder, res. 140 E. New York. 

Devennish , cutter, res. 139 E. South. 

Devinnish Solomon, tailor, res. 169 South. 

De Ware James, machinist, res. 172 E. Ohio. 

Dezeng Charles E., clerk, 14 W. Washington, bds. 132 N. 

Illinois. 
Dickens Ephraim, res. 99 Indiana ave. 
Dickey Mrs. Rebecca, seamstress, res. 133 E. New York. 
Dickison J. C, res. 109 S. Alabama. 
Dickison J. L., physician, res. 135 S. Alabama. 
Dickman Frederick, carj^enter, res. 41 N. East. 
Dickman Francis, farmer, Illinois, cor. Sixth. 
Dickman Fred., salesman 29 W. Washington. 
Dickson Andrew, New York Store, bds. Palmer House. 
Dickson Carlos, book-keeper, 2G and 28 W. Washington, 

bds. 36 Meridian. 
Dickson George, (col.,) carpenter, res. 123 Ohio. 
Diefert Alec, butcher, 167 S. Delaware. 
Dieter Jacob, cigar maker, 35 W. Washington. 
Dieter Ernst, shoemaker, res. 133 Railroad. 
Dietz Adam, Paradise Garden, cor. Alabama and Ft. Wayne, 

res. same. 
Dietz George, (D. & Davis,) 78 and 80 W. Washington. 
DIRTZ & DAVIS, Washington Hall Saloon, 78 and 80 W. 

Washington. 
Dietzel Adam, ostler, res. 77 N. Davidson. 
Dilgr Adam, bai-ber Bates House hair-dressing saloon, bds. 

with Mrs. Walk. 
Dill Mrs. Gertrude, res. HE. North. 
Dill Miss Lizzie St. C, authoress, bds. 11 E. North. 
Dill A. M., saddler, res. 69 E. Merrill. 
Dill Henry C, printer, bds. 11 E. North. 



For four successive years at the Am. Institute, New York. 



INDIANAPOLIS 




This Tioad is sevenfy-three miles in length, j'uiis through the center of 
Marion, Hamilton, Howard and Miami counties, and extends from Indi- 
anapolis to Peru, passing through tl.e fiourishinjr towns of Noblcsville, 
Cicero, Tipton, Sharpsville and Kokomo, connecting at Peru with the 
Toledo, Wabash and Western Railroad East for Toledo and Detroit, and 
West for Logansport, Delphi, Lafayette, and towns in Eastern Hlinois. 
Also, connects at Kokomo with the C. k C. Air Line Fi.. U. for Chicago, 
and towns and cities in the Norlh-Wcst. Connects at Indianapolis with 

MADIGOIT AITD INDIAI'TAPOLIS, 

Terre Haute, Alton Jiiid St. Louis, ajid 



JEFFERSONVILLE ANO INDIANAPOLI 



'J 



And the other numerous Railroads diverging from Indianapolis for all 
points South and West. This is the most direct route from Louisville 
and Southern towns to TOLEDO, DETROIT, AND MONTREAL. 

FESIGHT AND PASSENGERS carried as low as by any other Eoate. 

This is G'2 miles shorter to the Lakes from Indianapolis than by any 
other road. This Company have excellent facilities for transporting 
FREIGHT and PASSENGERS, and the road is in good running condi- 
tion and a safe and reliable route. 



jDISTANGES. 



INDIANAPOLIS to Jliles. 

James' Switch 6 

Phipp's 9 

Cestleton 11 

New Britton 17 

Noblesville 22 

Cicero 28 

Arcadia 31 

Buenna Vista 34 

Tipton 39 

Jacksons' Mill 42 



Miles. 

Sharpsville 46 

Fairfield 50 

Kokomo 54 

Cassville 59 

Miamitown 57 

Leonda 68 

Peru 73 

Fort Wayne 129 

Toledo 223 

Chicago 182 



OFFICERS. 

DAVID MACY, General Agent and Superintendent. 

C. B. ROBINSON, Assistant Superintendent. 

THEO. P. HAUGHEY, Secretary, Treasurer, and General Ticket Agent. 

L. N. ANDREWS, General Freight Agent. 

F. GILMON, Master Machinist, (Peru, Indiana.) 



Wheeler & Wilson's Sewing Machines awarded the first premium for five 



CITY DIRECTORY. 89 

Dill James, bds. 11 E. North. 

Dill John P., bds. 11 E. ^^orth. 

DtUey John, boarding house, 72 iS. Illinois. 

Dillon Daniel, laborer, res. 21 Benton. 

Dillon John B., historian, bds. 88 Virginia ave. 

Dillon Patrick, Wright's Bowling and Billiard Saloon, bds. 
near Eol ling idill. 

Dillon Mrs. Sarah, (wid.,) seamstress, res, 26 Willard. 

Dinsmove J. J., teacher of penmanship, Bryant's Commer- 
cial College, bds. with Mrs. Cook. 

Dippel Joseph, laborer, res. Ill N. Noble. 

Dipple John, waiter Little's Hotel. 

Dipple Henry, bar-keeper National saloon. 

Dirkert Jacob, cabinet maker, res. 128 N. "West. 

Disler Mi's. Mary, (wid.,)- res. 163 S. Tennessee. 

Diver James, clerk, res. 44 Massachusetts ave. 

Dixon James, laborer, bds. 13 S. Illinois. 

Dixon James, workman at arsenal, res. Missouri, S. of South. 

Doarr George, waiter at Spencer House, res. S. Illinois, S. 
of Pogue's Bun. 

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

DODD H. H., (H. H. D. & Co.,) res. 168 W. New York. 

DODD H. H. & CO., book and job printers, and bookbind- 
ers, IS E. Washin^fton. 

Dodd Joshua, auctioneer, res. 51 Indiana ave. 

Dodd John W., res. 128 N. Illinois. 

DODD, TALBOTT & PARSONS, directory publishers, old 
Sentinel Building, IS E. Washington. 

Dodge W. C, engineer Bellefontaine E. E., res. 227 S. Del- 
ware. 

Dodson Wm., engineer Terre Haute E. E., bds. 107 S. Ten- 
nessee. 

Doerr George, hotel waiter, res. 34 S. Illinois. 

Doggett G. E., harness maker, 20 W. Washington, bds. Lit- 
tle's Hotel. 

Doggett Eichard. shoeraaUer, res. 69 W. Yermont. 

Doherty M., (McTaggart & D.,) res. near Underbill's Mill. 

DOHN" PHILLIP, "manufacturer and dealer in furniture, 
21 S. Meridian, res. same. 

Dolus John, laborer, res. 56 Hosbrook. 

Domon Emile, clerk California House. 

Donaldson C. S., wholsale dealer in teas, cigars and tobacco, 
• 71 W. Washington, res. 222 Illinois. 

Donnan Mrs. Barbara, (wid.,) boarding house, 74 N. Ten- 
nessee. 

Donohue James, railroader, bds. 95 Bates. 

Donough Daniel B., book-keeper, 14 W. Washington, bds. 
21 Kentucky ave. 



Successive years at Mechanic's Institute, Cincinnati. 



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EXCHAISTGE 



Ij 



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'V m 1^1 J. % H L 



fl P' ?.^ [i h Hi Bt M 



Illinois Street, opposite the Bates House, 



THE EXCHANGE IS THE 



In the State, and second to none in the "Western Country. 



I^LORA.N'CE'S 




No. 13 North Illinois St., 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 

Florance Richtcr, ■ Proprietor. 



THE VERY BEST 




ALWAYS ON HAND. 



The Wheeler & Wilson ilemmer makes hems of any width. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 91 



Donovan Ephraiin, res. 184 N. East. 

Donovan James, drayman, res. W. North. 

Doogan Thomas, shoemaker, res. 152 E. North. 

Doran Michael W. E., pattern maker, res. cor. Pine and 

Forest ave. 
Dorr George, waiter Spencer House. 
Dorsey N. J., jihysician and surgeon, 48 N. Pennsylvania, 

res. same. 
Dorsey Thomas, laborer, res. 104 N. Mississippi. 
Doty David D., (D. & Lee.) res. Danville, Indiana. 
Doty John, teamster, W. Indianapolis. 
DOTY & LEE, State House Saloon, opp. State House. 
Dougherty Charles, grocer, res. 245 S. Delaware. 
Dougherty Joab, cabinet maker, res. 49 N. New Jersey. 
Dougherty Zedick, physician, res. California, bet. "Washing- 
ton and Market. 
Doughty John G., Quartermaster V. S. A. 
Doughty Lafayette, driver of engine Henderson, res. 50 N. 

Delaware. 
Douglass George, at Douglass' book-bindery, bds. 130 W. 

New York. 
Douglass James G., book-binder. Journal Building, res. 

IsO W. New York. 
Douglass Mrs. John, (wid.,) res. 130 \Y. New York. 
Douglass S. M., principal station baggage master at Union 

Depot, bds. 130 W. New York. 
Downer AV. S.. (Wright & D.,) bds. Adam Gold, W. Wash- 
ington. 
Downey John, stone cutter, 127 E. Washington, res. 11 E. 

Georgia. 
Downey M., marble worker and dealer, 127 E. Washington, 

res. same. 
Downey Mrs. Mellissa, res. 43 N. Pennsylvania. 
Downey James E., works at arsenal, bds. 34 E. Market. 
Downing John P., clerk, 20 S. Meridian. 
Downs Charles, blacksmith, res. 71 N. Missouri. 
Doxon Mrs. Mary, res. 6G N. East. 
Draegcr Charles," watchmaker 67 W. Washington, res. 59 

Georgia. 
Drake E. B., (E. B. D. & Co.,) bds. 88 N. Alabama. 
Drake Edward, foundryman, Eoot, Drake & Co., bds. 91 

N. Alabama. 
Drake E. H., book-binder. Journal Building, 'bds. Macy 

House. 
DRAKE E.B. & CO., manufacturers of whitelcad and colors, 

47 South. (See card.) 
Drechsel Geo., plow stalker, bds. East Street House. 
Dreher Mathias, salesman 70 E. Wash. res. 4G N. Liberty. 



The Wheeler & Wilson Ilemmer is the only Hemmer that will Fell. 



92 



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MA-RTIISr Hua. 



Wo. 14 East WashiQgton St., INDIANAPOLIS, IWD 

OHOTCE^^INES, 




'''^ "'"^ " Reason. 

"^y^^ _ 



WEAVER & WILLIAMS, 



No. 73 West AVasbington Street, 




Metalic, Wooden and Terra Cotta, 

FURNISHED AND PREPARED FOR TRANSPOIITATION. 

Orders punctasally attendees to day or night. 



Upwards of 100 W. & W. Machines in use in Ind'p'lis making army clothing. 



CITY DIRECTOlir. 93 



Dresback C. Henry, messenger American Express Company, 
bds. Morris House. 

Drew John A., (S. W. D. & Son,) res. 76 N. Tennessee. 

Drew Samuel W., (D. & Son,) res. Massachusetts ave., near 
Michigan. • . ■ 

Drevy S. W. & Son, carriage makers, E. Market Square 

Drinkut Wm., watchman, res. 89 S. IsTew Jersey. 

Drisv'oll Jerry, workman at Rolling Mill, res. 23 "Willard. 

Drought John, laborer, res.. Canal, S. of South. 

Drum Goorge, carpenter, res.. 115 .S. New Jersey. 

Drum J. J., res. 144 JS'. Pennsylvania. 

Drum Jas. S., Qaarternn^stor 19th Ecgiment Indiana Vol- 
unteers. 

Drum IJobert, teamster, res. 122 N. East. 

Drum Wm. H., res. 238 S. Alabama. 

Duffey John, tailor, res. cor. Mar3^1and and V/est. 

Duffy James, laborer, res. 33 N. Ellsworth. 

Du^-an Peter, tailor, bds. Little's Hotel. 

DIJGAN THOMAS, French boot ma;: IBlake's 

Building, 4th store, res. 152 l^ob!- 

Duke Mrs., (wid.,) ^Y. Indianapolis. 

Duke James, res. First, bet. Meridian triin iiiiuuis. 

Dukwaler Jacob, railroader. E. end of Market. 

Dulz John P., clerk 256 E. Washington, bds. same. 

Dumont E., Brigadier Greneral U. S. A., res. 60 N. Alabama. 

Dumont Eugene A., book-keeper Western Machine \Vorks, 
bds. iS^. W. cor. Louisiana and New Jerse3^ 

Dumont John J., (D. & Sinker,) res. S. W. cor. Louisiana 
and New Jersey. 

Dumont & Sinker, Western Machine Works, cor. Pennsyl- 
vania and Eailroad. 

Dunbar Melzar. mason, res. 178 S. Pennsylvania. 

Dunbar James, res. 117 W. North. 

Duncan Harry, bds. 13 Kentucky ave. 

Duncan John, laborer, res. 153 East. 

Duncan Eobert, 2nd engineer Identical Mills. 

Dunfan Kobert B., attorney at huv. office Hubbard's block, 
res. Ft. Wayne ave. 

Dunlap James, artist, 137 E. Washington. 

Dunlap Livingston, physician, res. 12 Virginia ave. 

Dunlop John, Sr., res. 72 N. Meridian. 

DUNLOP JOHN S., general insurance and real estate agent, 

cor. Meridian an"d Washington, res. 114 N. Meridian. 
Dunlop Ptobert, works Goldsmith's nurserj-, res. 83 Huron. 

Dunmire Anthon, laborer, res. 5 i'ailroad. 

Dunn Mrs. E. A., (wid.,) res. 20 and 28 W. :Scw York. 

DUNN JACOB P., notary public, office Indianapolis Branch 
Bank. res. 80 E. Market. 



350 families in Tnainnapolis -.iii'l vicinity use Wheeler & V/ilson. 



94 



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CITY GEOCE]RY 



Wholesale and Eetnil 



AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, 

And Dealer in 

NO. 31 WEST WASHINGTON STREET, 

First door West of Charles Meyer, 



Manufacturer cf 



;4F@:in' War©- 



And Oealei' in 



FOR HEATING PUBLIC AND PRIVATE BUILDINGS, 

No. II WEST WASHINGTON STREET, 



HENi\Ii\G & STELZELL, 

Proprietors of 




PALMER HOUr^E 



Hair-dressing 



^4#^' ni 'iS ^^PSL s A L o o 

^^^kifeSMQ ^0S.l:3ILLINC 



INOIS ST., 
And 1 Palmer House. 

Cokl, Warm and SIiow- 
jj^er Baths. Hair-cutting 
5=A<i^ and Shampooing done by 
t c Hjs fK-co— £•^fii *■" the best workmen. 



A Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine will last a life-time. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 95 



Dunn John C, plumber and gas fitter, 24 Kentucky ave. 

res. Mississippi, IST. of St. Clair. 
Dunn W. A., clerk Wright, Bates & Maguire, res. 20 S. Mis- 

sississippi. 
Dunn William, porter 6 Bates House, res. 6 S. Tcnnes-^ce. 
Durham George VY., bricklayer, 142 E. Ohio. 
Durie Henry, engineer, res. 149 E. Ohio. 

Durninger , plasterer, res. 17 E. George. 

Dury John, salesman 5 W. Washington, res. 72 N. East. 

Duthie James, helper Central car shop, res. 12 Bates. 

Duvall D. C, grocer, res. 113 N. Illinois. 

Duvall David, clerk 31 W. Washington, res. 113 N. Illinois. 

Duvall Joseph P., butcher, 2G0 Madison ave. 

Duzen William, cabinet maker, res. 132 E. Xorth. 

Dwyer Thomas, laborer, res. 51 E. Market. 

Dwyer \Villiam, shoemaker, 308 S. Delaware. 

DYJE JOHN T., attorney at law, Blackford's Building, res. 

154 W. New York. (See card.) 
Dyer Stephen, railroader, res. 234 Indiana ave. 

E 

Eads Miranda, school teacher, bds. 31 N. Ellsworth. 

Eagle John H., foreman Journal ofiice, res. 142 N. Alabama. 

EAGLE SALOON, 130 E. Washington, Christ. Wriedt, 
proprietor. 

Earl}' Peter, workman at Kolling Mill, res. 63 Bluff Eoad. 

Early Peter, U. S. A., res. 178 Sl East. 

East' Empire Saloon, Charles Lauer, proprietor, 1G2 E. 
Washington. 

Eastman Henry, IT. S. A., res. 191 S. Dehaware. 

Ebert John, carpenter and builder, 32 Kentucky ave., res. 
South, second house AY. of Canal. 

Eckhart Wra. A., salesman 19 W. Washington, bds. Far- 
mers' Hotel. 

Eden Charlton, carpenter, res. 8G E. Ohio. 

Edger^Mrs. Margaret, res. 88 N. New Jersey. 

Edwards E., boarding house, 53 S. Illinois. 

Edmonds William, (V. K. Hendricks & Co.,) 76 W. Wash- 
ington, res. 85 N. Meridian. 

EYEESON GEO. V.. produce dealer, bds. 4? W. Maryland. 

Egner Franz, (E. & Wocher.) bds. Union Hall. 

EGNER & WOCHER, wholesale and retail druggists, 81 E. 
Washington. 

Ehmann Thomas, teamster, res. Tennessee, bet. Fourth and 
Fifth. 

Eilaling Dedrech, drayman, res. 13 E. McCarthy. 



81,000 Wheeler & Wilson's Sewing Maoliines in use in this countrj. 



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Manufacturer and Wholesale Dealer in 



PROPRIETOR OF 



i/i. 









FSOST'S LINIMEI-TT, 

FSOST'S PAIH BELIEF, 

EGYPTI/'irT S'\LVE, 

OTTAil- OF HOSES. 
Also, Wholesale Dealer in Fo!-e:p;u and Domestic 






L. & 



INI3IANAPOLIS, INO. 



AGENTS WANTED, to Avhom a good commission or salary will be given. 



A. J. D.\NFORTII. F. F. SIMPSON. 

PAMFOMTM <& 81MPS0^9 

AVhoiesale and Retail Dealers in 





^ Mi 

No. S OiUl FelBows' MtiU, 

fig^Goods delivered free to any part of the city. Particular attention 
^iveu to keeping clioice Teas, Coffee, Sugars, &c., &c. 



A Wheeler & Wilso.i Sewing Machine with Hemmer, for $50. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 97 



Einatz Anthony, res. 127 N". Delaware. 

Ekin Capt. James A.', U. S. Quartermaster, bds. Bates House. 

Elbersmeier Henry, laborer, res. 152 N. Noble. 

Elbreg George, marble cutter, bds. Kinder House. 

ELDKR JOHN R, (E., Harkness & Bingham,) res. 78 N. 
New Jersey. 

Elder E. A., clerk postoffice, res. 98 N. West. 

Elder William Gr., boarding house, res. 89 E. Market. 

ELDER, HARKNESS & BINGHAM, proprietors of Daily 
and Weekly Indiana State Sentinel, S. Meridian, opp. 
old postoffice. 

Eldridge Jacob, real estate agent, 13 S. Illinois, res. 50 S. 
Mississippi. 

Elff Frank, barber, shop Washington, i-es. 49 E. Mary- 
land. 

Ellenbogen Elias M., salesman 4 W. Washington, bds. Macy 
House. 

Ellicott Mrs., washer, res. 91 Railroad. 

Elliott Mrs. M., (wid.,) res. 81 S. New Jersey. 

Elliott Byron K., attorney at law and notary public 24| E. 
Washington, bds. Oriental. 

ELLIOTT 0. A., wholesale grocer and dealer in liquors, 
cor. Meridian and Maryland, res. 77 N. Illinois. 

Elliott Capt. John, bar-keeper City Saloon, bds. Oriental 
House. 

Elliott Harvey J., conductor I. & C. R. R., res. 141 E. South. 

ELLIOTT J. F., general agent I. M. Singer's Sewing Mach- 
ines, 3 Odd Fellows' Hall, Washington, res. 33 N. Dela- 
ware. 

Elliott J. T., clerk Oriental House. 

Elliott Russell, salesman Boston Store, bds. Pyle House. 

Elliott S. T., bds. Little's Hotel. 

Elliott S. W., adjutant 5G regiment, bds. Oriental House. 

Elliott Thomas B., flour, grain and produce, cor. S. Alabama 
and Ind. & Cin. R. R. 

Elliott W. J., proprietor Oriental House, Illinois, bet. Mary- 
land and Georgia. 

Ellis Henry, carpenter, bds. 142 N. New Jersey. 

Ellsworth Henry, attorney at law, res. 88 N. Meridian. 

Ellsworth S. W., conductor Laf. & Ind. R. R., bds. Bates 
House. 

Elms Charles, fireman Bellefontaine R. R., res. 34 E. Geor- 
gia. 

Elmer J. W., clerk Madison Depot, res. 140 E. McCarty. 

Elstrod Henry, wood sawyer, res. 143 N. Liberty. 

Ely Ephraim, carpenter, W. Indianapolis. 

Emerson R., carpenter, res. 141 W. Ohio. 

Emett Robert, laborer, res. 7 E. New York. 

T 



350 families in Indianapolis and vicinity use Wheeler & Wilson. 



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The Great Southern United States 
Express Route, 



lall and 



f 



TO TUB 



SOUTH & SOUTH-WEST, 

VIA L,OUISVlLff.E, KEl^'TUCHY, 

Connecting with Trains on the 

liiiswiiii lii iiiiiaii Ij 

A^^) WITH 

Louisville & Memphis and Louisville & New Orleans 

For Nashville, Chattanooga, Memphis, Vicksburg, Jack- 
son, Huntsville, New Orleans, and all the 
Principal Southern Cities. 



TWO TRAINS LEAVE tNDIAKAPOLlS OAtLV, 

(SUNDAYS EXCEPTED.) 



Passengers from the North, East and AVest, -will find the route by the 
way of Indianapolis & JeflFersonville Railroad, the most expeditious route 
to the Principal Cities in the West and South- AVest. 

THROUGH TICKETS sold in all the principal Railroad and Ticket 
Offices in the Eastern and Northern States. Remember the route, via 
Indianapolis and Louisville, via Jeffersonville Railroad. 

A. S, OROTHEKS, Sup't. 

H. H. REYNOLDS, Gen'l Ticket Agent. 

J. G. WHITCOMB, Agent, Indianapolis. 



Wheeler & Wilson's Sewing Machines awarded the first premium for five 



CITY DIRECTORY. 99 



EMMENEGGEE MATHIAS, proprietor Emmenegger's 
Union Hall, 107, 109, 111 and 113 E. Washington. 

Emmerich Henry, (E. & Eeese,) res. 91 W. Washington. 

Emmerich & Eeese, wholesale and retail grocers, 91 and 93 
W. Washington. 

EMPIEE SALOON, E. Beebe, proprietor, 23 W. Washing- 
ton. 

Enda Herman, dyer, Ohio Premium Woolen Factory. 

Enderlin John, confectioner, Union Steam Babery. 

Enderschord Harman, works Ohio Woolen Factory, bds. 83 
Illinois. 

Indicut Isham, (col.,) saloon-tender, res. 68 W. Vermont. 

Engel John, butcher, res. 152 E. Market. 

English John, ostler Exchange Stables. 

English Joseph K., city treasurer, office Glenns' Block, res. 
113, cor. Michigan and East. 

Ennes Philip, grocer, res. 229 Massachusetts ave. 

Ennis William, cabinet maker, res. 225 N. Noble. 

Ennis Louis, butcher. Central Meet Market, res. 223 N. No- 
ble. 

Enter Wegant, hat house, res. Missouri, bet. Georgia and 
South. 

Erling George, res. 96 E. Maryland. 

Ernst Frederick, drayman, res. 23 Union. 

Esemann Joseph, wood sawyer, corporation line, Madison 
Lane. 

Eske Christ., engine house, res. 34-4 Virginia ave. 

Espy Mrs. Margaret, (wid.,) res. 85 S. Tennessee. 

Etherington Benj., machinist, Lawrenceburg car shop, res. 
91 JBates. 

Etherton Samuel, laborer, res. W. Market. 

Etsler Charles, bds. 156 N. East. 

Etsler Lloj'd, res. 156 N. East. 

Etswahn Ed., res. 89 W. New York. 

Eugel Jacob, cartman, works V. Butsch & Co., res. 35 Spring. 

Eulalia, Sister of Providence, cor. Georgia and Tennessee. 

Euller George, shoemaker, bds. 101 Spring. 

Eurich John, (E. & Schaffer,) res. Illinois. 

EUEICH & SCHAFFEE, St. Nicholas Saloon, 7 N. Illi- 
nois. 

Evans David B., labarer, bds. 19 William. 

Evans George T., (J. P. E. & Co.,) bds. Macy House. 

Evans H. W., works Lawrenceburg car shop, res. E. Na- 
tional Eoad. 

Evans J. L., (J. L. & W. N. E.,) res. Noblesville, Ind. 

Evans J. L. & W. N.,) wholesale boots and shoes, 3 Bates 
House. 

Evans John, shoemaker, shop and res. 65 E. end AV. South. 

Successive years at Mechanic's Institute, Cincinnati. 




Wheeler & Wilson's Sewing Machines have been awarded the First Premium 



CITY DIRECTORY. 101 



Evans J. P. & Co., Capital Steam Flour MilU, cor. Market 

and Missouri. 
Evans O. F., book-keeper, 30 S. Meridian, bds. Macy House. 
EYAXS EEy. THOMAS, United Brethren, res. 27 ]S'. Lib- 

ertv. 
Evans W. N., (J. L. & W. :N". E.,) res. XoblesviUe, Ind. 
Evers John, mattress maker, res. 191 E. Washington. 
Everson Erastus, bds. 42 "W". Maryland. 
Everson George V., egg and produce dealer, under Metro- 
politan Hall, W. Washington, res. 42 W. Maryland. 
Everling Ernos, porter New York Store, res. 109 E. South. 
Everling Mary, (wid.,) res. 27 N. Ellsworth. 
Eviler Mrs. M., res. 101 Railroad. 
Ewing B., (J. & B. E.,) res. 20 Virginia ave. 
Ewing J., (J. &. B. E.,) res. 20 Yirginia ave. 
Ewing J. &. B., physicians, 18 Yirginia ave. 
EXCHANGE BILLIAED EOOM, Exchange Building, 

Chauncey Montgomery, proprietor. 
EXCHANGE BUILDING, Charles W. Hall, proprietor, 

Illinois, opp. Bates House. 
EXCHANGE LIYEEY AND SALE STABLE, Charles W. 

Hall & Co., proprietors, Illinois, opp. Bates House. 
EXCHANGE EESTAUEANT, Chas. W. Hall, proprietor, 

Illinois, opp. Bates House. 
EXLINE EEY. GEO. A., minister English Luthran Church, 

res. Illinois, bet. Second and Third. 

F 

Faber August, saloon, 73 S. Illinois, res. same. 

Fack Frederic, bar-keeper. State House Saloon, res. same. 

FAHNESTOCK JOHN, engraver on wood, 19 Vr. Wash- 
ington, res. 71 N. Alabama. 

Fahnestock Mrs. O., di-ess maker, 18 S. Illinois, res. same. 

Fahnestock Dr. S., physician and surgeon, 2 second siory 
Glenns' Block, res. 71 N. Alabama. 

Fahrbach Philip, brick-layer, res. 42 AY. South. 

Fahrion Christian, cabinet maker, 61 E. Washington. 

Fail-bank Andrew, plasterer, res. 148 S. New Jersey. 

Fairley John P., bds. Palmer House. 

FAIYIE F. J., salesman, cor. Illinois and Mar^-land, bds. 
Pyle House. 

Falkner Mumford, teamster, W. Indianapolis. 

Farion George, with Fred. Eusch, res. 45 Union. 

Farley Eichard, laborer, res. 147 N. Tennessee. 

Farley Thomas, saw maker, bds. Spencer House. 

Farll Ferguson, works Crossland's store, res. 39 W. St. Clair. 



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Trains leave Terre Haute for Indianapolis daily, (Sundays excepted,] 
as follows : 

F'irst Express Train, 

Leaves Terre Haute at 1.45 A. M., and arrives at Indianapolis at 4.50 
A. M. 

Second. Express Train, 

Leaves Terre Hairte at 3.55 P. M., and arrives at Indian^ipolis at 9.00 
P. M. 

These trains make close connections at Indianapolis with Trains for 




Baltimore, Washington City, Cincinnati, Louisville, 8ic. 
IVIail Train 

Leaves Terre Haute at 8.05 A. M., and arrives at Indianapolis at 11.32 
A. iM.; stops at all way stations; connects at Indianapolis with Trains 
for 

Cincinnati, Cleveland, Columbus and Madison. 

g^^Passengers will please procure Tickets before entering the Cars. 
Through Tickets for all the Eastern Cities, &c., to be had at the Ticket 
Office. Freight Trains leave daily, except Sunday. 

mi:.ic3!-i3:x A.i^pi-A.isrc3-Eis/iE:]Nra:s. 

Quick time is made by Express Freight Trains from St. Louis to the 
East. Only one change between St. Louis and Pittsburg, Buffalo and 
Cleveland. Stock Shippers will find this the most Superior Route to 
the East. Any arrragements can be made with James Beebe, corner of 
Second and Poplar streets, St. Louis, Missouri, in Valentine & Co.'s 
Freight House. 

E. J. PECK, President. 
CHAS. WOOD, Secretary. 



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Farmer J. B., (Birch & F.,) res. 280 E. E. ave. 

FAEMEES' HOTEL, H. E. Buehrig, proprietor, cor. Illi- 
nois and Georgia. 

Farmers' Hotel Saloon, H. E. Bnehrig, proprietor. 

Farrall Fergus, porter 75 W. Washington, res. vSt. Clair. 

Farrell Miss C. J., dress maker, res. 21 S. Delaware. 

Farrell John, clerk post office, res. Davidson, bet. New York 
and Yermont. 

Farreon Geo., teamster 81 and 83 Masonic Hall. 

Farrow James, painter, res. Si E. St. Mary. 

Fassett A. H., machinist, bds. 258 W". Washington. 

Fatout J. L., (J. L. & M. K. F.,) bds. 85 Indiana ave. 

Fatout M. K., (J. L. & M. K. F.,) res. 85 Indiana ave. 

Fatout J. L. & M. K., carpenters and builders, 109 Indiana 
ave. 

Fatter George, tailor, Duncan, bet. Delaware and Alabama. 

Faulkner Isaac B., traveling agent for William Sheets, bds. 
Pyle House. 

Fawler Benjamin, res. 21, alley E. of S. East. 

Fay Henry, wagoner for Meikel's brewery, res. W. Mary- 
land, bet. West and Missouri. 

Feakner Gotleib, railroader, res. S. West. 

Fearnly John, (F. & Greer,) carpenter, 68 S. Delaware, res. 
outside corporation. 

Feary Henry, printer. Sentinel Office, bds. 154 E. North. 

Feary Jeremiah E., carpenter, 7 Virginia ave., res. 154 E. 
North. 

Feathering George, farmer, res. 199 E. Ohio. 

Featherston Wm. E., (F. &. Barker,) res. 115 Massachusetts 
ave., bet. Michigan and North. 

Featherston & Barker, auctioneers and commission mer- 
chants, 56 E. Washington. 

Feeling Frederic W., groceiy, res. 125 E. South. 

Fegen John, tailor, bds. 87 E. Washington. 

Feigh Conrad, wood sawyer, res. 72 N. Noble. 

FELLEE GEOEGE, watchmaker and jeweler, and silver- 
ware manufacturer, 67 W. Washington, res. same. 

Feltbutsch John, laborer, res. 83 Davidson. 

Felter Thos., laborer, res. 3 Bates. 

Fenling Joseph, City Bakery, 201 E. Washington. 

Ferdinand Zimmer, barber shop, 62 South. 

Ferguson A. L., pressman Journal Office, bds. 43 Georgia. 

Ferguson C. A., watchmaker and jeweler, 7 AV. W\ishing- 
ton, res. 13 W. Ohio. 

Ferguson Jas. C, pork packer, res. 28 N. Meridian. 

Ferguson Kilby, attorney at law, 24i E. Washington, res. 
S. E. cor. McCarty and East. 

Ferguson L. A., clerk 8 S. Meridian, bds. 112 Virginia ave. 



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SOLE A.&E1ST FOR. THE 

n m 



FRANCIS A. RATTI, 

spsrSj 

Delivered to Subscribers upon the arrival of the MOKNING 
TRAIN from Cinciunati. 

Commercial, - - 12 1-2 Cents I Lax'ge Gazette, - - 15 Cents 
Enquirer, - - - - 12 1-2 Cents | Small Gazette, - - 10 Cents 

Per Week, payable at the end of every Two Weeks. 

Orders left at Cameron's Job Office, 8 East Pearl St., Avill be attended to. 

House-Building and House-Furnishing 




Of every style and price, Cheap for Cash, 

71 East Washington St., Sign of BIG PAD-LOCK, 



J. BIRCH & CO.. 

AVholesale and Retail Dealers in 




COUNTRY PROnUCE, ETC. 

79EastWashiiigtonSt., - ■ INBIAETAFOLIS. 

8®°" Fruits of all kinds constantly on hand.°^a 



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105 



Ferguson E., cutter Dessar & Bro., res. 104 iSI. Meridian. 

Ferito Patrick, laborer, res. 50 Bates. 

Ferling Charles (Lenruger & F.,) res. 96 Maryland. 

Ferree J. D., printer American Office, res. 138 E. Ohio. 

Ferris Mrs. Mary, (wid.,) res. 103 W. South. 

Ferrita Maurice, school teacher, res. 76 Bluff Eoad. 

Ferry Jas., messenger Adams Express Co., res. 68 ^Y. Ver- 
mont. 

FEETIG- FEANK, house, sign, plain and ornamental pain- 
ter, also graincr, 6 E. Washington, res. 41 South. 

Ferthnicht Ernst, (lleithum & F.,) res. Virginia ave. 

FctroAv Alexander, carpenter, res. 72 S. East. 

Fey & Eemman, Astor Soloon Eestaurant, 9 IST. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Fike Peter, teamster, 53 Madison ave. 

Findley William, superintendent Exchange Buildings, bds. 
44 ]Sr. Pennsylvania. 

Findling Valentine, plasterer, res. Alabama, bet. St. Clair 
and Vv^ood. 

Finger Ibert, currier, res. W. l!\orth. 

Fink Daniel, candy maker, res. 34 Louisiana. 

Fink John F., machinist, Western Machine Works. 

Finn John, cooper, res. 14 Union. 

Finn John, laborer, res. 217 S. Delaware. 

Finter Friedrick, baker, res. 77 Ft. Wayne ave. 

Fintson James P., carpenter, res. 130 E. Ohio. 

Fiscus Andrew, brick-layer, res. Davidson, bet. I^lew York 
and Michigan. 

Fiscus John, brick mason, res. Davidson, bet. 'Now York 
and Michigan. 

Fiscus Thomas W., brick mason, res. 136 E. St. Clair. 

Fiscus William, brick mason, res. 155 E. ISTew York. 

Fish A. A., photograph artist, cor. Meridian and AYashing- 
ton, res. same. 

Fish Mrs. Elizabeth, res. 116 N. Mississippi. 

Fish John L., mailing clerk P. O., res. 11 B. Michigan. 

Fish William, printer Journal office, bds. 11 B. Michigan. 

FISHBACK CHAELES, physician, office 22 E. Market, res. 
48 E. New York. 

FISHBACK JOHN, wholesale and retail dealer in hides, 
leather, &c., 30 S. Meridian, res. 49 S. Meridian. 

Fishback Wm. P., (Harrison & F.,) res. 137 Virginia ave. 

Fisher Adam, laborer, res. in rear of 6 Bluff Eoad. 

Fisher Andrew, furniture store, 78 E. Washington, res. 120 
N. East. 

Fisher A., painter, res. 120 JST. East. 

Fisher Benjamin, barber, cor. Louisiana and Illinois, res. 
• 147 S. Mississippi. 



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.A-KTID 



Daily Trains leave Union Depot, Indianapolis, for 

,7; 



This is the Shortest Railway Line from Indianapolis to Cincinnati and 
Louisville, connecting at Madison with 

UNITED STATES MIIL STEAMERS, 

For Cincinnati, which connect with the Express Trains leaving in the 
morning for the East, and by the Kentucky Central Railroad for the 
South. 

RETURNING, Arrive at Indianapolis at 10.50 A. M., making 
connections with all Trains leaving for the 



Fare to Cincinnati, or from Cincinnati to Indianapolis, $3 00. 
To Louisville, ;?3 50. 



On the Steamers, or for Baggage or Omnibus at Madison. 
Shippers and Merchants west, will find it to their interest 
to travel over and ship by this line. 

D. C. BEANHAM, Sup't. 
T. P. MATTHEWS, Gen. Freight and Ticket Ag't, Madison. 
E. B. EOCKWELL, Freight Ag't, Indianapolis. 



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CITY DIRECTORY. 107 



FISHEE CHARLES, justice of the peace, res. 16 W. North. 

Fisher Charles, cooper, res. 37 Spring. 

Fisher Charles, tailor, 69 E. Washington. 

Fisher George, shoemaker, res. 224 N. New Jersey. 

Fisher Matthew, head waiter Bates House. 

Fisher Matthew, shoemaker, res. 6-4 Bluff Eoad. 

Fisher W. G., tinner, 177 E. Washington. 

Fisher W. I., shoemaker, lives around town. 

Fisher William, U. S. A., res. 129 Blake. 

Fisk Hiram, blacksmith, res. 79 Davidson, 

Fitch William, policeman, res. 65 N. West. 

Fitchey Michael, carpenter, res. 115 W. Maryland. 

Fitzgerald John, tinner, 62 B. Washington, res. 308 Dela- 
ware. 

Fitzgerald William, laborer, res. in rear of 208 S. Delaware. 

Fitzgibbon M., (M. F. & Co.,) res. cor. Mississippi and W. 
Washington. 

FITZGIBBON & CO., wholesale grocers and commission 
merchants. Meridian, o])p. Union Depot. 

Flacck John, cigar maker, 18 E. Washington, bds. Union 
Hall. 

FLAGG S. A., proprietor Magnolia Saloon, 9 S. Illinois, 
bds. 10 Mississippi. 

Flaherty Caleb, wood-hauler, res. 35 Hosbrook. 

Flaherty John, laborer, res. 20 Garden. 

Flaig Matthew Y., carpenter, 22 Kentuckj^ave., bds. South, 
second door W. of Canal. 

Flaper •, farmer, res. Illinois, N. of Sixth. 

Flatauer M,, (F. & Jackson,) res. Ohio. 

Flatauer & Jackson, dealer in dry and fancy goods, 75 E. 
Washington. 

Flatanor Michael, peddlor, res. Wabash, bet. Liberty and 
Noble. 

FLEMING GEO. H., editor and publisher of "Indiana's 
Home-Life and Camp-Life," bds. Palmer House, 

Fleming Peter, laborer, res. 16 S. Noble. 

FLETCHER'S BANKING OFFICE, S. A. Fletcher, pro- 
prietor, 30 E. Washington. 

Fletcher Calvin, Sr., (F. & Sharpe,) res. N. Pennsylvania. 

Fletclier David, laborer, res. 187 S. New Jersey. 

Fletcher H. A., (H. A. F. & Co.,) bds. Bates House. 

FLETCHER H. A. & CO., wholesale and retail dealers in 
staple and fancy dry goods, carpets, oil cloths, &c., 26 
and 28 W. Washington. 

Fletcher H. F., messenger American Express Company. 

Fletcher John, well-diggvn-, 330 S. Delaware. 

FLETCHER MILES J., Superintendent of Public Instruc- 
tion, bds. Bates House. 



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Three Daily Trains to Columbus without Chani^e of Cars. 



i?f?\ !?i r^ 




This line is the Great Central Short Line from St. Louis to Baj-ton, Columbus, Pittsburg, 
Cleveland, New York, Boston, and all intermediate points, and is the most desirable route 
in its facilities and accommodations to passengers and shippers. 

Passengers having tickets via this route, can take choice of the four Great Eastern 
Lines. 

Only One Change of Cars between Indianapolis, 



Being of uniform guage with all Railroads East of Indianapolis, this route offers un- 
paralleled inducements to Shippers of Live Stock and Freight. 

Passengers desiring to take advantage of the Short Line must be particular to call for 
tickets via 



The only direct route to Zanesville, Newark, Steubenville, Pittsburg, Wheeling, &c. 

The only route through Richmond, Hamilton, &c. Two daily trains connect at Cincinnati 
with Kentucky Central Railroad for Cynthiana, Lexington and Paris. Also with River 
Packets for Parkersburg, Marietta, &c. 

HORACE PARROTT, Gen'l Ticket Agent. 
H. G. CAREY, Superintendent. 



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CITY DIRECTORY. 109 



FLBTCHEE S. A., proprietor Fletcher's Bank, 30 E. 
Washington, res. 88 E. Ohio. 

Fletcher S. A., Jr., teller Fletcher's Bank, res. 187 Virginia 
ave. 

Fletcher William, shoemaker, 32 E. Washington, res. 7 
North. • 

Fletcher William, res. 267 Virginia ave. 

Fletcher Zach., cabinet maker, res. 64 W. Vermont. 

FLETCHER & SHARPE, Indianapolis Branch Banking 
Company, cor. Washington and Pennsylvania. 

Flinn Joanna, (wid.,) res. 23-4 Madison ave. 

Flinn James, laborer, res. 196 S. East. 

Flinn Pat., res. Canal, S. of South, 

Flitz Charles, (Euner & F.,) res. 100 Bluff Eoad. 

FLORANCE'S SALOON, Florance Richter, proprietor, 13 
N. Illinois. 

Flours Samuel, carpenter, res. 105 E. South. 

Flowers A. B. J., pattern-maker, res. 131 AV. Maryland. 

Fiynn Byron P., laborer, res. 15 S. Alabama. 

Fobes Albert D., deputy clerk Supreme Court, State House. 

Fogan James B., stone cutter, bds. Farmers' Hotel. 

Fogerty William, workman at Rolling Mill, res. 12 Willard. 

Fogle Frederick, plasterer, res. Winston, near Railroad. 

Folay Patrick, railroader, res. 78 E. Louisiana. 

Foley Charles, student, bds. 86 Massachusetts ave. 

Foley James, ostler, 14 N. Pennsylvania, res. Virginia ave. 

Foley Margaret, (wid.,) boarding house, 196 S. Delaware. 

Foley Tim., works for J. K. Sharpe, res. S. E. Michigan Road. 

Follett Nathaniel, head miller Bales City Mills, bds. Little's 
Hotel. 

Foltz Frederick, res. 113 N. Alabama. 

Foos Thomas J., bakery 84 N. Mississippi, res. same. 

Foote Jeremiah, res. 10 E. Michigan. 

Forbes Matthew, engineer Bellefontaine R. R., res. 68 Spring. 

Ford Charles J., clerk Werden & Co., bds. Palmer House. 

Ford John, traveling agent, res. 23 W. Michigan. 

Forsha Joseph, W. Indianapolis. 

Forshee George W., blacksmith, res. 93 Massachusetts ave. 

Forsyth Foster, salesman Bee-Hive, bds. 71 N. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Forsyth William, IT. S. Quartermaster's office, res. 71 N. 
Pennsylvania. 

Forstride Louis, shoemaker, bds. Farmers' Hotel. 

Forwinger J., tailor, 84 E. Washington. 

Foster Alfbrd, boiler maker Lawrenceburg car shop, res. 15 
Lord. 

Foster E. J., salesman 26 and 28 W. Washington, bds. Pal- 
mer House. 

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INDIANAPOLIS 



THE OLD AIMD RELIAB 
METROPOLITAN 




College Hall Building, 341-2 E. Wasliington, 
IHOJANAPOUIS, IHOIftNA, 

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Malainotypes, 

Ferrotypes, &g.^ 

AT LOW PRICES. REMEMBER, THIS IS TPTE ONLY GALLEIcY WHERE THE 

GEJ^UIJ^E PAGUEMMEOTYFE 

IS MADE. ANY SMALL PICTURE ENLARGED TO 
LIFE-SIZE, and COLORED IN OIL by Superior Artists. 

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FOSTER EEY. JAMES, pastor of Universalist Church, 

bds. 8 Virginia ave. 
Foster E. Sanford, Lieutenant Colonel 13th Eegiment Indi- 
ana Volunteers. 
Foster William E., at Deaf and Dumb Asylum. 
Foster Wallace S., Lieutenant 13th Eegiment Indiana Vol- 

untcGrs 
FOUDEAY JOHX E., (Wood & F.,) res. 109 X. New Jersey. 
Foudray Mrs. Martha, res. 3 Massachusetts ave. ■ 
Foulton John, res. 145 Virginia ave. 

Foulke Mrs. Elizabeth, dressmaker, bds. 79 Massacusetts ave. 
Foust Mrs. Daniel, res. 85 Illinois. 
Fox Barney, laborer, res. QQ Hosbrook. 
Fox Joseph, waiter Union Hall. 
Fox Martin, bar-keeper Capital Saloon. 
Frailing Patrick, laborer, res. 288 Virginia ave. 
Frances Mrs. Sarah, seamstress, res. 6 S. Pennsylvania. 
Francis William, brakesman I. & C. E. E., res. 100 Bates. 
Franco Alex., res. cor. Mississippi and Washington. 
Frank Henry, (Spiegel, Thoms & Co.,) res. cor. Spring and 

Vermont. 
Frank Joseph, laborer, res. near Virginia ave, 
Frank Samel, salesman Glaser & Bro., bds. Pyle House. 
Frankem Jonathan, clerk I. L. Frankem's stove store, 49 

and 51 E. Washington, res. 155 N. Illinois. 
Frankem I. L., stove store, 49 and 51 E. Washington, res. 

155 N. Illinois. 
Frankenstein George, Morris House shaving saloon, res. 

opp. Madison Depot. 
Franklin Anderson, (col.,) laborer, res. 73 W. Vermont. 
FEANKLIN WM. H., barber under Branch Bank, res. 126 

W. Ohio. (See card.) 
Franstein George, barber shop Morris House, res. 33 South. 
Franz Peter, well digger, res. 159 Eailroad. 
Franzman Adam, salesman 70 E. Washington, bds. at Beck's. 
Frauer I. C, German Druggist, 185 E. Washington, res. 

same. 
Fraug F. E., cabinet maker, bds. cor, Alabama and Wash- 
ington. 
Frazee Samuel, res. 104 N. Illinois. 

Frazier John H., deputy U. S. Marshal, res. 144 E. North. 
Frazier William, bridge builder, res. bet. New York and 

Vermont. 
Frederick Godfrey, laborer, res. 39 S. Illinois. 
Freeman John, (col.,) oyster saloon under telegraph oflSce, 

res. N. Meridian. 
Freeman N. B., salesman E. C. Mayhew & Co., res. 71 W. 

New York. 

For four successive years at the Ohio State Fair. 



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:. A. FLETCHER & CO., 

Dealers in 







S FLOOR OIL CLOTHS, 



Cocoa IVTatting', 



S. 



AITD 



T^^^^iT'S STOIVE JBLOCK:, 
Mos. 26 and 28 West Washington Street, 



Carpets cut and made to order. Oil Cloths put down, and 
Cornice and Shades put up. 



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CITY DIRECTORY. 113 



FEEE PRESS, (German) daily and weekly, Eichard Henin- 
ger, proprietor. 

FRENCH CHARLES G., jeweler and watchmaker, 37 W. 
Washington, res. E. Washington. 

FRENZELJOHN P., Kansas Eating Saloon 83, drinking 
saloon 85 S. Illinois, res. same. 

Prick Philip, tinner, 177 E. Washington. 

FRICKE REV. CHARLES, German Lutheran, res. 13 N. 
East. 

Fridaj^ Michael, carpenter, res. 1G7 E. Michigan. 

Frink E. O., dentist, 4 Yohn's Block, bda. 118 N. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

FRINK S. C, dentist, 4 Yohn's Block, Meridian, res. 118 N. 
Pennsylvania. 

Fritz Joseph, currier for Mooney & Co. 

Frizzell Allen, carpenter, res. Mississippi, bet. First and 
Second. 

Froelking John F., watchman Bcllefontaine depot, 253 S. 
Pennsylvania. 

Frommier Henry, clerk IG W. Washington, res. 76 N. Mis- 
sissippi. 

FROST J. M., manufacturer and wholesale dealer in patent 
medicines, also dealer in foreign and domestic cigars, 
95 E. Washington, res. 150 N. Pennsylvania. 

Frost Nicholas, laborer, res. 162 S. Tennessee. 

Frushour Casper, brick-layer, res. 146 S. New Jersey. 

Fry Mrs. R. N., res. 122 N. Illinois. 

Fugate James L., salesman 21 W. Washington, res. 65 W. 
New York. 

Fuller J. M., attorney at law, res. 14 E. Ohio. 

Fulmore Charles, railroader, res. 2 E. Louisiana. 

Fulweiler John, res. 114 W. Georiria. 

FUNKHOUSER D., (Jamison &^'F.,) office 5 S. Meridian. 

Furchtniht Ernst, cabinet maker lor Spiegel, Thorns & Co., 
res 279 Virginia avc. 



a 

Gaear David, tailor, res. Tennessee, bet. Fourth and Fifth. 

Gaebert Henry, laborer, res. 41 Union. 

Gaif Andrew, butcher, bds. 179 E. Market. 

Gaff Andrew, butcher, shop Noble, near Market, res. 60 E. 

St. Joseph. 
Gaff Henry, wood cutter, res. 64 E. St. Joseph. 
Gahm John, grocer, cor. North and Indiana ave. 
Gale John, laborer. Root, Bennett & Co. 
Galivan Michael, policeman, res. 25 Henry. 

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114 INDIANAPOLIS 



Gall Dr. A., oflSce Glenns' Block, res. 37 N. New Jersey. 
Gall Edwin, clerk, 28 E. Washington, bds. 37 K New Jersey. 
Gall John, machinist, Western Foundry, res. 38 S. Illinois. 
Gallagher Francis, laborer, res. 42 Massachusetts ave. 
Gallatin Albert, (col.,) whitewasher, N. Missouri, bet. Ver- 
mont and Michigan. 
Gallegar Mrs. Mary, washer, res. 33 E. Market. 
Galloway John A., painter, res. 36 N. Illinois. 
Gallup E. P., (W. P. & E. P. G.,) bds. Bates House. 
Gallup W. P., (W. P. & E. P. G.,) bds. Bates House. 
Gallup W. P. & E. P., grain dealers, commission merchants 

and agents for Fairbanks' scales, 74 W. Washington. 
Gamble James, carpenter, res. bet. East and New Jersey, 

and Washington and Market. 
Gamcrdinger Jacob, striker Lawrenceburg car shop, res. E. 

National Eoad. 
Ganber John, blacksmith for Beard, Starr & Co., bds. Ohio 

House. 
Gansberg Frederick, at Union Depot, res. 318 Virginia ave. 
Ganter C, bakery, 181 E. Washington, res. same. 
Ganter Daniel, baker, bds. 181 E. Washington. 
Gardiner Eichard C, comb maker, 25 N. Alabama, res. 

same. 
Gardner Conrad, butcher, res. 155 N. Mississippi. 
Gardner S., sash maker, res. W. James. 
Garin Francis, blacksmith, 43 McCarthy. 
Garety Michael, driver Adams Express, res. Vermont. 
Garlick H. M., clerk American Express office, bds. 11 W. 

Market. 
Garner Conrad, butcher, res. 155 Mississippi. 
Garner L. W., watch-maker, 7 W. Washington, bds. Pyle 

House. 
Garrett Joseph, workman at brass foundry, res. 219 S. East. 
Garthor Thomas, messenger Adams Express Company, bd&. 

Palmer House. 
Gartner Joseph, tinner, W. Washington, res. 155 Mississippi. 
Garver Matthias, teamster, bds. 48 W. South. 
Gaston Edward Y., (H. R. G. & Co.,) res. 37 Kentucky ave. 
Gaston Hiram E., (H. E. G. & Co.,) res. 27 Kentucky ave. 
Gaston H. E. & Co., carriage makers, Kentucky ave. 
Gaston John M., physician and surgeon, 22 E. Market, res. 

77 N. New Jersey. 
Gaston Sim., bar-keeper Johnston's saloon, bds. Bender 

House. 
Gates Charles, bar-tender Spencer House, res. 14 Willard. 
Gates D. S., messenger American Express Company. 
Gates John J., blacksmith, res. 85 E. Market. 
Gates M., blacksmith, res. 42 cor. Ohio and Alabama. 

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CITY DIRECTORY. 115 



Gatling E. J., real estate agent, Blackford's Building, res. 
44 S. Meridian. 

Gaudge John, workman at Rolling Mill, res. Missouri, S. of 
South. 

Gaj Alfred, agent Central Canal Company, res. 20 X. West. 

Gaylord S. B., messenger American Express Company, bds. 
Morris House. 

Gearlage Baruhart, laborer, res. IG S. Alabama. 

Geiger Fred., locksmith, bds. 49 S. Illinois. 

Geisel George, blacksmith, res. 49 Ft. Wayne ave. 

Geisel John, blacksmith, res. 121 Davidson.' 

Geisel Henry, blacksmith, 158 S. Delaware, res. E. Market, 
bet. ^Nobleand Davis. 

Geisendorff Ed., woollen factory, res. 170 W. Kew York. 

Geisendorff G. W. & Co., manufacturers of woolen and 
dealers in dry goods, 63 W. Washington. 

Geisendorff W., (G. AY. G. & Co.,) res. ^270 W. Washing- 
ton. 

Geiss Frank, book-binder Journal Building, bds. Macy 
House. 

Gilder Miss L., teacher McLean's Seminary, bds. same. 

Gentile Amos, U. S. A., res. AY. Indianapolis. 

George Aurelia, bds. 22 N. Mississippi. 

George Austin R., salesman 3 Bates House, bds. IG N. Mis- 
sissippi. 

George Frederick, cashier W. & H. Glenn & Co., res. 113 E. 
Vermont. 

George James, grocer 132 W. Washington, res. same. 

George Ophelia, bds. at 22 N. Mississippi. 

George Otis, 1st carpenter at theater, bds. 22 N.Mississippi. 

George R., res. 16 Mississippi. 

Gerard Elias, shoemaker, 12 S. Illinois. 

Gerard Wm., res. 44 Bates. 

Gerandy Nicholas, tailor, res. 92 Davidson. 

Gerhausen John, baker Union Steam Bakery. 

Gerheler Christian, wood sawyer, res. 75 Fort Wayne ave. 

German Dry Goods Store, 43 and 45 E. Washington, Krause 
& Willenberg, proprietors. 

German John, railroader, res. E. \Yyoming. 

German and English Free School, Maryland, bet. Alabama 
and Delaware. 

Gerper Frederick, laborer, res. 172 Virginia ave. 

Gerrett David, carpenter, res. 18 N. New Jersey. 

Geetig Henry, barber, Odd Fellows' Hall, res. 113 E. Mar- 
Market. 

Gerstner A. G., merchant tailor and clothier, 158 E. AYash- 
ington, res. same. 

Gettenby Jas., laborer, res. Garden, E, of Tennessee. 

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INDIANAPOLIS 



Gribbons E. E., second miller Bates City Mills, res. ]SI. W. 
cor. Noble and Washington. 

Gibbs Eeuben (col.,) barber, res. 154 S. Illinois. 

Gibson John, baggage master, T. & E. E. E., res. 190^ S. 
Pennsylvania, up stairs. 

Gibson William, huckster, res. 70 Bluff Eoad. 

Gibson William S., periodical depot, Pennsylvania, near 
Washington, res. Bluff Eoad. 

Giel Conrad, pump maker, res. 216 E. Washington. 

Giesesking Frederick, blacksmith, res. 38 Davidson. 

Giesesking William, res. 40 Davidson, 

Gietber Frederick, laborer Lawrenceburg depot, res. 02 
Union. 

Gilkey Oliver, carpenter, bds. 31 Indiana ave. 

Gillespie Mrs. Jane', res. 44 N. Delaware. 

Gillett John, traveling agent C. O. & P. C & C. E. E., res. 
16 W. Michigan. 

Gillinn John, farmer, res. 211 S. Alabama. 

Gillit Horace S., teacher Deaf and Dumb Asylum, res. 
Orient. 

Gilmore Daniel F., brick layer, res. cor. Stephen and Vir- 
ginia ave. 

Gilson F. A., sutler of 13th Indiana Volunteers, res. 59 E. 
Market. 

Gimbael Martin, cabinet maker and dealer in furniture, 147 
E. Washington, res. Market. 

Gimbel Jacob, laborer, res. 129 E. Market. 

Gimber John, blacksmith, bds. East Street House. 

Gimbil Michael, clerk 90 E. Washington, res. 336 S. Dela- 
ware. 

Girten Harry, blacksmith, bds. 93 Massachusetts ave. 

Gitzendanner William, confectioner Union Steam Bakery. 

Givens John, at Walpole's office. 

Glaser Julius, (G. & Bros.,) res. 15 East. 

Glaser & Bros., merchant tailors and clothiers 2 Bates House, 
Washington and Illinois. 

Glass Christian C, lawyer, res. 47 N. Noble. 

Glass Henry, teamster, W. Indianapolis. 

Glasser Anthonj^, butcher. 

GLAZIEE CIIAELES, commission merchant and dealer in 
flour, grain, hay, butter, &c., 16 cor. Pearl and Meridian, 
res. 100 Virginia ave. 

Glazier Daniel, engineer fire department, res. 109 S. New 
Jersey. 

Glazier Frank, engineer fire department, res. 192 W. Mary- 
land. 

Glear Frederick, carpenter, res. 63 Union. 

Glear William, laborer, res. 59 Union. 



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CITY DIRECTORY. 117 



Glenn Amanda, (wid.,) res. 243 S. Delaware. 

GLENNS' BLOCK, E. Washington, S. side, bet. Mwidian 
and Pennsylvania. 

Glenn H., (W. k H. G. & Co.,) bds. 73 N. Meridian. 

Glenn R. P., (W. & H. G. & Co.,) bds. 73 N. Meridian. 

Glenn Wm.. (W. & H. G. & Co.,) res. 73 ^^. Meridian. 

GLENN W. & H. & CO., wholesale and retail dry goods, 
&c., Glenn's Block, East Washington. 

Glossing T. B., scenic artist, G2 Tennessee. 

Glore W. W., with M. H. Good. bds. Palmer House. 

Glumpp Fred., brewer, res. W. Maryland, bet. Missouri an I 
West. 

Goddard Samuel, stone cutter, res. 18 S. West. 

Godfard George, telegraphic operator Torre Haute Depot, 
^ bds. 107 S. Tennessee. 

George George, shoemaker, 17G E. Washington. 

Gaeken AVm., mechanic,, res. 31 S. Liberty. 

Gcepper Andrew, butcher, res. 152 W. Michigan. 

GffiPPER F., merchant tailor and clother, 15 E. Washing- 
ton, res. 61 Illinois. 

Goetz Charles, bar-keeper, Spencer House Saloon. 

Goff Eliza, washing and sewing, res. 127 N. West. 

Gold Adam, grocer, &c., opp. Hoosier Woolen Factory, res. 
same. 

Gold J. Sooy, book-keeper Wright & Downer, bds. Adam 
Gold, W. Washington. 

Gold Samuel; grocery clerk, bds. opp. Hoosier Whoolen Fac- 
tory. 

Golden Dennis, laborer, res. 20G Virginia ave. 

Golding Thomas, teamster, res. Dunlop. 

Goldman Jacob, rag-pedlar, res. 203 S. Delaware. 

Goldsberry L. D., manufacturer and dealer in stoves and 
tinware, 182 E. Washington, res. E. Maryland. 

Goldston M., (Goldston & Carfunkel,) bds. 16 S. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Goldston & Carfunkel, manufacturers of ladies' hoop skirts, 
12 S. Pennsylvania. 

Golly Theodore, shoemaker, works 103 W. Washington, res. 
"89 W. Market. 

Golzenleuchter John, wood sawyer, res. 1G9 Railroad. 

Good Edward, machinist, works Washington Foundry-, res. 
S. Illinois, S. of Poguc's Run. 

Good M. H., staple and fancy dry goods, 5 E. Washington, 
bds. Bates House. 

Goodman Anthony, merchant tailor, IG N. Pennsylvania, 
res. 56 Market. 

Goodperle Peter, works for Spiegel, Thorns & Co., res. N. 
Noble. 



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Goodwin A. I)., publisher Christian Eecord, Journal Build- 
ing. 

GOODWIj^ E., editor Christian Eecord, office Journal 
Building, res. Jaclvson, near University. 

Goodwin Geo. K., at Arsenal, res. 9 W. Market. 

GOODWIN T. A., editor and proprietor Indiana Ameri- 
can, HE. Pearl, res. AVashington, near Deaf and Dumb 
Asylum. 

Goram Geo. L., brick-laj^er, res. 179 N. Mississippi. 

Gordon C. L., house carpenter, res. Missouri, S. of South. 

Gordon Mrs. T., res. 69 Indiana Av. 

Gordon Geo., res. 63 Indiana ave. 

Gordon Geo., trader, 69 Indiana ave. 

GOllDON GEO. E., attorney at law. Odd Fellows' Hall, 
res. 92 N. Pennsylvania. 

Gordon James, bds. 69 Indiana ave. 

Gordon Jonathan W., major 11th regiment regular U. S. A., 
bds. Bates House. 

Gore James, bds. 74 N. Delaware. 

Gorney G. R., 209 E. Washington. 

Gorreil Willis A., book-keeper, 83 E. Washington, bds. 78 
Massachusetts ave. 

Gorreil Mrs. Isabella J., res. 78 Massachusetts ave. 

Gosman Wni., carpenter, res. 4th, bet. Tennesssee and Mis- 
sissippi. 

Gosncll Grunberry, moulder at Enot, Bennett & Co., res. 171 
S. Mississippi. 

Gosney George, in real estate office, res. 91 Indiana ave. 

Gosney G. K., clerk, res. 91 Indiana ave. 

Goth P6ter, clerk, bet. St. Clair and Ft. AVayne ave. 

Goth Valentine, cooper, res. 77 Spring-. 

Goth John, works Bellefontaine car shop, res. 60 David- 
son. 

Gott John, tailor, res. 150 N". Liberty.* 

Gott Thos., constable, res. 147 S. Tennessee. 

Gould Delos, bds. 43 W. Michigan. 

Gould O., government inspector, bds. Palmer House. 

Gousner Henry, bar-keeper, 75 E. Washington. 

Gowens Simeon, (col.,) res. cor. Ohio and West. 

Grab John, stone-mason, res. 149 N. Liberty. 

Grabhorn Henry, varnisher, res. Fourth, bet. Tennessee and 
Michigan. 

Grader Herman, confectioner. Union Steam Bakery. 

Graham John J., (Van Houten & G.,) res. 155 Virginia ave. 

Grahatu Samuel, conductor Lafayette E. E., res. 207 N. Ten- 
nessee. 

Graham Thomas, laborer, res. 25 Eailroad. 

Graham W. A., (Eeynolds & G.,) res. 83 N. Xew Jersey. 

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Graham W. S., deliveryman American Express Co., res. 
Meridian. 

Graham Wm., brick-maker, (Smith & G.,) res. 26 Huron. 

Graham Wm., res. 45 S. Meridian. 

Gramling A., res. 116 Noble. 

Gramling J., (J. & P. G.,) res. 116 Noble. 

Gramling P., (J. & P. G.,) res. 118 Noble. 

GRAMLING J. & P., merchant tailors, and dealers in cloth- 
ing, E. Washington. 

Granby Wui., in Root's foundry, res. 46 Hosbrook. 

Granneng John, shoemaker, bds. 51 S. Illinois. 

Grant George, blacksmith, res. 67 Bluft" Road. 

Grant Geo. II., agent for the Eclectic School Books, 18 W. 
Washington, bds. Bates House. 

Grant Thos., engineer Terre Ilautc R. R., res. 151 S. Ten- 
nessee. 

Grant Wm., engineer, res. W. South, bet. Mississijipi and 
Missouri. 

Graphorn Henry, varnisher, Si)iegel, Thorns & Co., res. Mis- 
sissippi. 

Grater Harman, cooper, res. 144 E. Market. 

Gray Alice, school teacher, res. 64 E. South. 

Gray Jonathan, brick-mason, res. 203 N. Noble. 

Gray J. W., foreman E. C. Mayhew's shoe store, res. 81 W. 
South. 

Gray John W., shoo maker, at Cady & Co's., res. 71 South. 

Gray Patrick, works rolling mill, res. 180 S. Tennessee. 

Gray S. R., teamster, res. Elizabeth. 

GRAY WILLIAM, bakery, 64 South, res. in rear. 

Graydon A., clerk, 88 E. Washington, bds. 184 E. Ohio. 

Graydon Alexander, sen., res. 184 E. Ohio. 

Greany John, labox"er, res. 192 S. Tennessee. 

Greegor J. W., butcher, Central Meat Market, bds. 68 N. 
East. 

Green A., clerk, 8 N. Pennsylvania, bds. Scary House. 

Green Allen T., painter, res. 297 Virginia ave. 

Green George, grocery, 133 cor. Tennessee and South, res. 
same. 

Green George tailor, 19 W. Washington, res. 133 cor. South 
and Tennessee. 

Green James, laborer, res. 141 N. West. 

Green Michael, laborer, res. 241 S. Pennsylvania. 

Green Molly, res. 13 N. New Jersey. 

Greene James, res. 93 N. Meridian. 

Greene N. S., clerk, 18 W. Washington, bds. 93 N. Meridian. 

Greenard James, shoemaker, res. 150 W. Washington. 

Greenart Henry, tailor, 15 E. Washington. 

Greenwald Henry, cigar box maker, res. 79 Davidson. 



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Greenleaf Edward, master machinist, Western Machine 
Works. 

Greenleaf Edward, machinist, res. 280 Massachusetts ave. 

Greer James, poet, res. 160 S. Mississippi. 

Greer W. H.., carpenter, res. 180 S. Mississippi. 

Greff John, butcher, res. 238 Madison ave. 

Gregg James, wagon maker, res. 36 li. Illinois. 

Greggory David, fur dealer. 

Grein Henry, baker, bds. 214 E. Washington. 

Grein John, baker, 214 E. Washington, res. same. 

Grein John, jr., baker, bds. 214 E. Washington. 

GEEUZAED L. S., house, sign and ornamental painter, 136 
E. Washingeon, res. 134 E. Washington. 

Gresh Beniville ¥., prof, of music, res. 27 Kentucky ave. 

Greshimer M., salesman cor. Washington and Meridian, res. 
28 N. Mississippi. 

Gridley F. E., watchmaker. Bates House, Washington, bds. 
Morris House. 

Griffin B., drayman, res. 71 N. Bright. 

Griffin Dennis, laborer, res. Missouri, S. of South. 

Griffin James, laborer, res. Water, N. of McCarty. 

Griffin James, messenger in State House, res. 300 S. Dela- 
ware. 

Griffin Martin, laborer, res. 177 S. East. 

Griffin Michael, drayman, res. 67 Bright. 

Griffin Mike, U. S. A., 18 W. Washington, res. 37 Bright 

Griffin Patrick, laborer, res. 316 S. Delaware. 

Griffith George W., plasterer, res. 22 N. New Jerse}'. 

GEIFFITH H., retired, res. 52 N. Hlinois. 

Griffith J. E.. res. 32 S. Mississippi. 

Griffith P. II., professor, bds. 5 N. Illinois. 

Grigsby Jas., tanner, res. S. E. Michigan Eoad. 

Grigwaugh August, tailor, res. E. Washington. 

Griner John, shoemaker, bds. 51 S. Illinois. 

Grisheimmeir Moritz, clerk Eagle Clothing Store, 1 W. 
Washington, bds. 28 N. Mississippi. 

Grissen John, cartman, res. N. Blake. 

Groeshel Charles, tailor, res. 131 N. Noble. 

Grore Joseph, tinner, 62 E. Washington, bds. Lynch's. 

Grooms A. C, book-kee^ier Journal Office, res. 87 Indiana 
ave. 

Grosch John, ale-bottler, res. 113 N. Noble. 

Grosvenor Julius A., (G. & Turner,) res. 15 W. Ohio. 

GEOSVENOE & TUENEE, general commission merchants, 
and dealers in agricultural implements, 84 W. Wash- 
ington. 

Grote Henry, laborer, 17 S. Delaware, res. N. Alabama, bet. 
Washington and Market. 

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Grout J. B., boots and shoes, o ^Y. Washington, res. oor. 

Illinois and Maryland. 
Grube Jacob, carpenter, res. Illinois. S. of Poguc's Eun. 
Gruonstcin George, nndcrtaker, res. 114 E. Market. 
Grunart II., shoemaker, bds. 150 W. Washington. 
Gulick John F., (Morningstar & G.,) res. 120 East. 
Gulick Samuel, scenic and banner painter. Leave orders 

at postoffice. 
Gulliver Wm., (col.,) barber, res. 63 Kentucky ave. 
Gump Jacob, blacksmith, bds. 106 St. Joseph. 
Gustin L., physician and surgeon, oflSce cor. Louisiana and 

Illinois, res. 17 W. Georgia. 
Gustin L. Q., traveling agent, bds. 17 W'. Georgia. 
Gutkeucht W., bakery, 13-1 S. Illinois, res. same. 
Gutkneght Iludolf, shoemaker, 124 IST. Mississippi, res. same. 
Guth Edward, machinist, res. 32 S. Illinois. 
G-Lithridge J. W., agent jST. Y. & E. E. E., res. 12 Indiana 

ave. 
Gutnicht John, painter, res. 105 Ft. Wayne ave. 
Gutperle Peter, clerk, res. 116 N. iSToble. 

Haas E., proprietor St. Charles Saloon, 86 E. Washington, 

res. 157 S. Alabama. 
Haas Geo., Indianapolis Bakery, 246 W. Washington, res. 

same. 
Ilabeniy Henry, laborer, rt-s. 103 W. New Y'ork. 
Hackett Wm., brick-mason, res. 22 S. Liberty. 
Hackleberg Samuel, huckster, res. 39 cor. Maryland and 

Meridian. 
Hadley Wm., deputy assessor, res. 151 N. Delaware. 
Hodrahand T., boiler-maker. Western Machine Works. 
Hffierl Wm., salesman German Dry Goods Store, res. 14 

Georgia. 
Hagar Edward C, book-keeper Fletcher's Bank, bds. 21 S. 

Delaware. 
HAGEEHOEST C. F., clerk 34 N. Illinois, res. 23 Indiana 

ave. 
Hagerhorst Christina, res. 156 S. Tennessee. 
Ilaggart Wm., L. & I. E. E., res. 122 N. Blake. 
Hahn Charles F., dealer in produce, 41 N. Alabama, res. 

same. 
Hahn H., East Street House, S. of Pogue's Eun, S. East. 
Hahn Jas., baker Union Steam Bakery. 
IIATIN LOUIS, meat market, 105 W. Washington, res. 120 

N. Mississippi. 



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122 INDIANAPOLIS 



C. TV. STEFFENS. K. F. STEFFENS, 

CHARLES W. STEFFENS & CO., 

Optical end Philosophical 

INSTRUMENT MAKERS, 

And Manufacturers of F. Yeiser's 

PATENT SOLAR CHRONOMETERS, 
No. 8 Blackford's Building. 

Soutli-East Cor. Washington and Meridian Sts., 

iisrr>i.A.nsr-A.FOLis, insri:>_ 



All Kinds of Small Machinery, Models, fee, neatly done. 
Repairing Promptly Attended to. 



I.. Sa. ife C. MAM 1.1.% 

REAL ESTATE AljiEiVTS, 

EooM 'No. 8, 3d Floor Old Sentinel Building, 



ATTORNEY AT LAW, 

AND NOTARY PUBLIC, 



USTo. 18 East "Wasliington Street, 

INDIANAROl—IS-, IND- 

Tliis is a Eeal Estate and Law Firm, and are doing a large business 
in both branches. C. Hamlin will practice in the Courts of tliis and 
those of the adjoining counties, also, in the Supreme Court. They 
have now a large selection of different sized good Farms in thi-s and 
the adjoining States; also, a great variety of City Property. 



But just at this time, and during the war, they are giving part-icular 
attention to Soldiers' Claims. 



Those desiring to place their business in the hands of active business and acconm^odat- 
ing young men, can not do better than to secure the services of this firm. 



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CITY DIRECTORY. 123 



Ilabn Philip, musician, res. 52 S. Delaware. 

Hains H. M., cand}' maker, 22 ~S. Meridian, bds. same. 

Haiscli John, printer Indiana Volksblatt. 

Hale Chas. 11., 1st. lieutenant U. S. A., bds. Bates House. 

Haley Ann, (wid.,) res. 49 S. I^ew Jersey. 

Haley Oliver, laborer, res. Wabash, bet. East and Liberty. 

Halford E. W.. 19 W. AVashington, bds. 72 N. Alabama. 

Hall Charles AY., (Chas. W. H. & Co.,) bds. Bates House. 

HALL CHAS. W. & CO., proprietors Exchange Livcrj- 
Stables, Illinois, opp. Bates House. 

Hall Eli A., res. 148 N. Pennsylvania. 

Hall Harry L., conductor I. ct 0. Pt. E., bds. Bates Houes. 

Hall James, tailor, res. Pennsylvania. 

Hall James, fireman Peru P. P., bds. Virginia ave. 

Hall Lytle, pump maker, res. 33 S. Delaware. 

Hall Martin, wagon master in Peynold's Brigade, Virginia, 
res. 40 E. Louisiana. 

Hall E. H., (Eand & H.,) res. 47 N. Meridian. 

Hall T. W., bds. Pyle House. 

Hall Thomas Q., pedlar, res. 118 N. East. 

Hall Wm., machinist saw shop, res. 99 Bates. 

Hall Wm. S., merchant, bds. 13 Kentucky ave. 

Hallahin Jeremiah, laborer, res. W. Elizabeth. 

Halpin M. H., printer Journal Office, bds. Mrs. Kinder. 

Halpin Wm., head waiter Oriental House. 

Hambaugh Thomas waiter Little's Hotel. 

Hamill Daniel, expressman, res. 133 Blake. 

Hamilton A., tinner, 62 E. Washington, res. 184 K. Alabama. 

Hamilton David, compositor Capital Job Office. 

Hamilton F. W., deputy county auditor, res. 48 California. 

Hamilton H., U. S. A., res. West Market. 

Hamilton Harvey, wood chopper, res. 129 E. North. 

Hamilton John, works Bellefontaine car shop, bds. Mrs. 
Sarah Hamilton, S. E. Michigan Eoad. 

Hamilton John A., res. 52 Benton. 

HAMILTON JNO. W., attorney at law, and county libra- 
rian, Blackford's Building, res. E. National Eoad. 

Hamilton Mrs. Sarah, (wid.,) res. S. E. Michigan Eoad. 

Hamilton Thos., (col.,) barber, res. Tennessee. 

Hamilton Wm. H., book-binder Wm. Sheets. 

Hamlin C, (L. H. & C. H.,) attorney at law and notary 
public, bds. Little's Hotel. 

Hamlin Mrs. Catherine, (wid.,) res. 57 Kentucky ave. 

Hamlin E. S., attorney at law, bds. Little's Hotel. 

Hamlin L. H., (L. H. & C. II.,) res. Virginia ave. 

HAMLIN L. H. & C, real estate agents, 8 third floor old 
Sentinel Building, (sec card.) 

Hammel Andrew, blacksmith, res. 215 Massachusetts ave. 



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E I?, cii .^ rv T , 

DEALER IN 

Fish, Rosin, Tar, Nails, Ctieese, Flaxseed, Grain. Flour, &c. Also, Sole Agent for the sale 

of Lake and Kanawha Salt, Louisville Cement, Jersey City and 

Newark Lime and Plaster, 

No. 38 Virginia Avenue and No. 51 Delaware Street, 

Residence, "No. 34 North Delaware Street, 
IND9Ai^APOLIS, Ef^D., 



_ ' Particular attention given to the sale and shipment of Flour and Grain, and liberal 
advances made on same. 



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CITY I^IRECTORY. 



125 



Hammond A. A., (M. Fitzgibbon & Co..) res. cor. Mississip- 
pi and Washington. 

Hammond John, luborei-, res California, bet. Washington 
and Market. 

Hammond Philip, in roiling mill, bds. 188 S. Tennessee. 

HAMMOND U. J., attorney- at law and notary public, 19^ 
E. Washington, bds. 73 N". Meridian. 

Handy Adolphus, brick-mason, res. 273 S. Delaware. 

Handi-ihan Mrs. Eliza, (wid.,) res. 20 Elm. 

Hanna John, constable, res. 191 E. St. Clair. 

Hanna S. C, book-keeper 75 W. Washington, bds. Bates. 
House. 

Hannah Samuel, treas. Ind. Central R.R., res.JST. Meridian. 

Hannah V. C, jDay-master, res. S. of Pogue's Run, Virginia 
ave. 

HANNAMAN WILLIAM, wholesale and retail druggist, 
40 E. Washington. 

Hannum Orrin, (Jiush & II.,) bds. Oriental House. 

Hanning J. F„ laborer, res. 30 N. Noble. 

Ilanning J. G., (Ramsey & II..) res. cor. Vermont and Ells- 
worth. 

Hanning Michael, machinist, res. 93 St. Joseph. 

Hanrahan P., boarding house, res. 184 S. Tennessee. 

Ilanshield Charles, engineer, res. 35 S. Liberty. 

Hanthorn Mrs. Mary A., seamstress, res. Bates, E. of Noble. 

Hannsen J. F., ]3orter Bates House. 

Han way Samuel, mail agent, res. 75 N. New Jersey. 

Happe George, saloon-keeper, 81 S. Meridian. 

Harbert Enoch, butcher, res. W. St. Clair. 

Harbine Mrs. Elizabeth, res. 91 N. Alabama. 

Harbison Alex., engineer Journal Office, bds. 70 W. Ver- 
mont. 

Harbison Robt., brakeman Laf R. R.. bds. 70 W. Vermont. 

Harbison Mrs. Sarah, (wid.,) res. 70 W. Vermont 

Hard Abraham, butcher, res. 128 N. Alabama. 

Hardin J. Samuel, baker for H. M. Haynes. 

Harding Thos. W., lOG N. Pennsylvania. 

Hardesty Wm., patent dealer, res. Illinois, bet. Second and 
Third. 

Hardy Robert Boyd, salesman New York Store, bds. Mor- 
ris House. 

Harkman Charles, baker, res. 63 N. New Jersey. 

Ilarkness John, (Elder, H. & Bingham,) res. 77 N. Penn- 
sylvania. 

Harlan George, cabinet maker at Sloan & Ingersoll's, res. 
78 N. Tennessee. 

Harlan J. J., agent for Grover & Baker's sewing machines, 
Yohn's Building, res. 7 Ohio. 



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AND 



Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 



LA.T^^ BOOKS, 



iEMEEIL LITERITUIE, 

AND 

STATIONERY, 

CLEr^i^S' BLOCK, 
NO. 35 EAST WASHINGTON STKEET, 



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CITY DIRECTORY. 127 



Harlington Patrick, grocer, res. 50 E.Louisiana. 

Harman Jacob, livery, res. 112 E. Market. 

Harman Patrick, ostler for Wilkison, 10 E. Pearl, re.s. 108 
Davidson. 

Harman Valentino, grocer, \V. Indianapolis. 

Ilarmenick Mrs. C, res. 13 Railroad. 

Harmining Christ., waiter Spencer House. 

Harness Solomon, laborer, rea. 23 McCarthy. 

Harj)er Mrs., (wid.,) works at arsenal, res. 142 N. West, up 
stairs. 

Harper Henr}', cooper, res. 92 Bluff Road. 

Harper John L., book-keeper, E. C. May hew & Co., res. 115 
]Sr. Illinois. 

Harper W. S., pressman Cameron's job office. 

Harran Joseph, waiter Bates House, res. 123 W. Maryland. 

Harrington Dennis, laborer, 260 S. Delaware. 

Harrington James, cabinet maker for Sloan & Ingersoll, bds. 
Ohio House. 

HARRINGTON PATRICK, groceries, wines and liquors, 
58 South, i-es. cor. East and Cincinnati R. R. 

Harrington Patrick, laborer, res. Willard. 

Harris Berg., (col.,) laborer, res. N. Missouri, bet. Vermont 
and Michigan. 

Harris Charles E., carpenter, res. Wabash, bet. New Jer- 
sey and East. 

Harris Charles A., baggage master St. Louis and Indiana- 
polis Railroad, bds. Oriental House. 

Harris Mrs. Elizabeth, washer, res. 77 N. East. 

Harris E., Paris dye house, 19 S. Meridian, res. same. 

Harris George, clerk, 83 E. Washington. 

Harris Henry, mechanic, res. 189 S. Noble. 

Harris Isaac, miller, Railroad City Mills, res. cor. Vermont 
and California. 

Harris Joseph, grocer. 

Harris Joseph, dyer, scourer and dealer in second hand 
clothing, 38 S. Illinois and E. Washington, res. Ill Il- 
linois. 

Harris Lazarus, (col.,) cook, res. 143 E. New York. 

Harris M. B., (col.,) porter 18 VV. Washington, res. 85 
Canal. 

Harris Mumford, porter, res. 6G Powell. 

Harrison A. I., with Wm. Sheets, bds. cor. Pennsylvania 
and Ohio. 

Harrison Alfred, Harrisons' Bank, res. CI N. Meridian. 

HARRISONS' BANK, 19 E. Washington, A. & J. C. S. 
Harrison, proprietors. 

Harrison Benjamin, (H. & Fishback,) res. 127 N. Alabama. 

Harrison John S., dyer, 19 S. Meridian. 

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WHETHER YOU LIVE IN 



CITl TflWi OR C 



YOU WILL AVANT 




PENS, PENCILS, PICTURE FRAMES, &C. 



J «/uij 



And by calling at the Store of 



G^LETVIVS' block:, 

ISTo. 35 E. "W^ashington St., 
INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA, 

You can get all these things of the best quality at Whole- 
sale and Eetail Prices. 



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CITY DIRECTORY. 



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Hari'ison John C. S., Harrisons' Bank, res. 63 jSf. Meridian. 

Harrison Thomas, TJ. S. A., res. 23 S. Illinois. 

Harrison Wm. M.. U. S. A., res. 61 W. New York. 

HAEIUSON & FISHBACK, attorneys at law 62 E. Wash- 
ington. 

Hart James, grocer, 230 E. Washington, res. same. 

Harter John A., tinner, res. 139 N. Delaware. 

Hartcwa}^ Henry W., drayman, res. 12-1 Davidson. 

HAETH M., proprietor Sj)encer House, cor. Illinois and 
Louisiana. 

Harting Frederick, (H. & Bro.,) res. 25 S. Illinois. 

Harting Henry, (H. & Bro.,) res. 25 S. Illinois, up stairs. 

Harting William, laborer, 94 Union. 

Harting & Bro., brewers, 25 S. Illinois. 

Hartman Christian, bds. 34 S. Illinois, S. of Pogue'sEun. 

Hartman Christian, laborer, res. 139 E. Ohio. 

Hartman Matthew, plasterer, res. 110 N.Alabama. 

Hartman Oswald, shoemaker, bds. 34 S. Illinois, S. of Poguo's 
Eun. 

Hartman Charles, cook Bates House. 

Hartmann O., shoemaker, 64 E. Washington. 

Hartpence Walter, printer for Cullum & Stanage, bds. 197 
E. Washington. 

Hartwell E., bds. Bates House. 

Harvey A. C, 169 N. Noble. 

Harvey A. D., salesman 3 Bates House, bds. Pyle House. 

Harvey John, salesman New York Store, res. Massachusetts 
ave. 

HAEVEY J. S., State Treasurer, res. 54 S. Meridian. 

Harvy S. L., dcput}^ Treasurer of State, bds. 54 S. Meridian. 

Haselden Charles, cordwainer, res. 71 W. Vermont. 

Hasket Elijah, pump maker, 26 Kentucky ave., bds. 28 
Kentuck}' ave. 

Hasler E. A., salesman New York Store, res. 106 Tennessee. 

Hass Edward, saloon keeper, res. 157 S. Alabama. 

Hasselman L. W., (H. & Vinton,) res. 38 S. Meridian. 

HASSELMAN & VINTON, Washington Foundry and Ma- 
chine Shop, opp. Union Depot. 

Hassion John, ostler, bds. Ohio House. 

Hassler E. A., clerk New York Store, res. 106 N. Tennessee. 

Hassman Henry, laborer, cor. Pennsylvania and South. 

Hasson Charles, res. 117 N. Meridian. 

Hastings Edwin L., (Landon & H.,) printer Journal office, 
res. 87 cor. Tennessee and New York. 

Hatfield Frederick, laborer, res. 192 E. St. Clair. 

Hatten Thorns, salesman 30 S. Illinois, bds. 6G Delaware. 

Hatteudorf Henry, tailor, res. Liberty, bet. New York and 
Vermont. 

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H. H. DODD. C. P. HUTCHINSON. J. R. APPLETON. J. J. PARSONS. 



H. H. DODD & CO., 



(successors to BINGHAM & DOUGHTY,) 



I anb Mah Ir inters, 




PUBLISHERS, AND 



BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS. 



HAVINCt in constant use six steam PRESSES, ENABLES US TO FURNISH ALL 
DESCRIPTIONS OF BOOK AND JOB PIIINTING PROMPTLY, AND IN THE NEAT- 
EST POSSIBLE MANNER. PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO 
PRINTING IN COLORS. THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT 
OF POSTER TYPE FN THE STATE. 



INDIANAPOLIS: 

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Formerly Sentinel Building. 



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Ilauciscn "William, salesman 20 W. WaiShington. ' 

Ilauf Valentine, laborer, res. 71 Davidson. 
Haufler John, laborer, res. Meridian. 

Haufman George, collar maker, 80 S. Delaware, res. in rear, 
llaug Michael, plow maker, res. 9 N. Liberty. 
Haugh Adam, cancer doctor, res. 6 JN. Meridian. 
Haugh Benjamin, iron rail manufacturer, res. 164 E". Penn- 
sylvania. 
Haugh E., (Williamson & H.,) iron railing manufacturers, 

2 N. Delaware, res. 116 E. Yermont, 
Haugh J. R.. teller Fletcher's Bank, res. 6 jS". Meridian. 
HAUGHEY THEODORE P., general ticket agent P. & I. 

R. R., res. 100 N. Pennsylvania. 
Hautendurf Henr}^, tailor, 144 E. Washington. 
Hau])t Robert, dry goods, res. 95 Ft. Wayne ave. 
HAYEN REY. JAMES, minister Strange Chapel, res. 107 

]Sr. Tennessee. 
Haver Charles, laborer, res. 79 E. Merrill. 
HA WES GEO. W., (Beebe & H., & H. & Co.,) bds. Morris 

House. 
HA WES & CO., family grocery, 3 X. Illinois, opp. Bates 

House. 
Hawthorn Chaf-les E., (II. & Buchanan,) res. 83 E. Wash- 
ington. 
Hawthorn & Buchanan, wholesale and retail' china, glass 

and queensware dealers, 83 E. Washington. 
HAY REY. L. G., Presbyterian, res. 130 K Tennessee. 
Hay Wm. H., assistant quartermaster U. S. A., bds. Jacob 

Landis', 18 W. Marj^land. 
Hay C, bds. 130 N. Tennessee. 

HAY'S ACADEMY, under Masonic Hall, Tennesstje. 
Hayden Henry S.. farmer, res. Michigan Road. 
Hayden J. J., insurance and general collecting agent, cor. 

Meridian and Washington, res. 154 W. New York. 
Hayden N., bds. 44 N. Penns^^lvania. 
Hayden N. P., telegraphic operator, bds. 58 iST. Illinois. 
Haynes H. M., baker and confectioner, 40 W. Washington, 

res. same. 
Haynes Lewis, agent for Fairbank's scales, bds. Bates 

House. 
Haynes Philip, superintendent for H.. M. Haynes, bds. 40 

W. Washington. 
Haynes William, printer Journal office, bds. Mrs. Smith's. 
Hays B. S., (H. & Runnion,) res. 132 N. Alabama. 
Hays Mrs. Catherine, seamstress, res. 30 Davidson. 
Aays Mrs. Elizabeth, (wid.,) res. 74 W. Yermont. 
HAYS & RUNNION, photographists, 32i E. Washington. 
Hayworth Isaac, U. S. A., res. 95 W. Market. 



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•GEO. F. MEYER, 

MA>rUFACTDRER AND DEALER i:^ 

^XiL KINDS OF 

Sign of "Big Iiidiaii Cliief," 




West Wasliingtoii St, 



£@" All Goods warranted of the best 
qualit}'. Orders solicited and prompt- 
ly attended to. 



MR. H. J. SCHONACKER, 

Would respectfully inform the Citizens of Indianapolis, 
that he is prepared to give 

Instruction upon the Piano Forte, 

At the residence of those who desire the services of an able teacher. 
Having had considerable experience and complete success in teaching this difBcult in- 
strument, he would be happy to obtain a share of public patronage. 
Ko pains will be spared on his part to give satisfaction and ensure a fine execution. 
Pianos tuned and repaired. 

FOR TERMS APPLY AT MESSRS. W. H. TALEOTT & CO.'S JEWELRY STORE, 
NO. 2-1 EAST WASHrNGTON STREET. 



MR. CHARLES ERUMMER, MR. J. J. PARSONS, 



MR. H. BULLOCK. 



"wili^i^m: I3x^.^3D>e:iv, 



AND DBALEK IIT 

BLA^K BOOKS, PAPEPSSt STATEOf'JERY, 
No. 24 West Wasliington iSt., 

jg®"All kinds of Blanks on hand, or printed to order."^^ 



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Hazzard Col. Geo. W., res. 59 N. Meridian. 

Healey Oliver, engineer Cameron's job office. 

Healy Mrs., dressmaker, res. 11 N. Alabama. 

Heaf August, dyer, 10 S. Pennsylvania, res. same. 

Hearth John Gr., carpenter, res. 127 X. East. 

Hecklebii"d Samuel, res. 33 S. Meridian. 

HECKMAN" EEV. G. C, pastor 3d Presbyterian Church, 
res. 134: N. Tennessee. 

Heckmann -, flour and feed store, 266 E. Washington, 

res. same. 

Hedderich Peter, machinist, res. G6 N. Noble. 

Hedge Lanson, railroader, res. 225 S. Delaware. 

Hedges Elijah, cabinet maker, 72 W. Washington, bds. 
West. 

Hedges Mrs. Ellen, res. 89 N. Illinois. 

Hedges Isaac, clerk, Bowen, Stewart & Co., res. 103 N. Ten- 
nessee. 

Heffer August, boot and shoemaker, 103 W. AYashington, 
res. 89 Mai'ket. 

Heffner Ferdinand, shoemaker, bds. 89 Market. 

Heinbaugh Fred., cooper, res. 99 Meek. 

Heibner Jacob, laborer, res. 59 Mississippi. 

Heidenrich Christ., tailor, res. 50 Huron. 

HEIDLINGER J. A., wholesale manufacturer and dealer 
in cigai's, tobacco, snuff, &c., 3 Palmer and 10 Bates 
Plouse, res. cor. Washington and Delaware. 

Heim Jacob, butcher, res. Point, bet. Nationnl Eoad and 
Michigan lioad. 

Heiner John, clerk 16 Meridian, bds. 206 Merrill. 

Heiser John, laborer, res. 172 N. Noble. 

Heitcomb George, tailor, Glaser & Bro., res. 113 New York. 

Heithum Charles, (H. & Fcrtheucht,) res. Virginia ave. 

Heithum & Fertheucht, furniture manufacturers and deal- 
ers, res. 61 E. Washington. 

Heldebrand Henry W., carpenter, res. cor North and New 
Jersey. 

Helfra Andrew, cigar maker, bds. Farmers' Hotel. 

Helin Adam, carpenter, res. 62 N. Noble. 

Helin John, grocer, 104 Davidson, res. same. 

Helmer John, laborer, res. 121 Bluff Road. 

Hehvig Charles, ctirpenter and builder, res. 113 E. Ohio. 

Helyrune Christian, drayman, res. 23 E. Wyoming. 

Henderson D., res. 52 Bates. 

Henderson George, wood sawyer, res. 226 N. New Jersey. 

Henderson Wm. W., plasterer, res. 147 E. New York. 

HENDERSON WILLIAM, attorney at law and agent for 
the ^Etna Insurance Co., .Etna Building, Penn.sylvania, 
rts. 163 N. Illinois. 



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Hendrick Edward O. H., res. 128 Davidson. 

Hendricks I. C, soldier, res. 207 S. Alabama. 

HENDRICKS THOS. A., attorney at law, ^Etna Building, 
bds. Bates House. 

Hendricks V. K., (V. K. H. & Co.,) bds. 37 W. Oliio. 

HEISTDRICKS Y. K. & CO., wholesale dealers in boots 
and shoes, 76 W. Washington. 

Hennessy Daniel, laborer, res. 65 K. Bright.^ 

Henn Charles, plainer, res. 148 Davidson. 

Hennay Tom., tailor, 3 E. Washington. 

Hennessy John F., waiter Spencer House. 

HENNliSTG FEED. A., (H. & Stelzell,) res. 63 N. Illinois. 

HBNNING & STELZELL, proprietors of Bates and Pal- 
mer House hair dressing saloons. 

Ilenninger Chas.. (H. & Co.,) res. S. Illinois. 

Henninger Charles & Co., cigars and Tobacco, 87 S. Illinois. 

Henninger Gusta^-o. (H. & Co.,) res. Illinois. 

HENNlNGETi ('. j; CO., manufacturers and dealers in cig- 
ars .-ind tobi.jcu, 42 E. Washington. 

Hennini^L-i- Ciiarles, (C. H. Sc Co.,) bds. 71 S. Illinois. 

HENNINGER R., proprietor Indiana Free Press, res. 104 
Micliigan. cor. Massachusetts ave. 

Henrich Joseph, boots and shoes, res. 126 Davidson. 

Henry John, laborer, res. 61 E. St. Joseph. 

Henry Mary, (wid.,) res. 182 S. East. 

Hensan Charles, grocer, 50 Bluff Road, res. same. 

Henshaw Wm., laborer, res. 170 V^irginia ave. 

Hepp John, carpenter, res. Pratt, bet. Illinois and Meridian. 

Herald and Era, (weekly,) 2 S. Meridian, M. G. Lee, pi'O- 
prietor. 

Hcrdin Azra, carpenter, res. 87 E. Market. 

Herdin Edwin, carpenter, bds. 87 E. Market. 

Hereha John, laborer, res. 196 S. Tennessee. 

Hereth J. C, saddles, harness, &c., 103 E. Washington, res. 
Noble, bet. Market and Ohio. 

Hereth A., saddler, 103 E. Washington, bds. Little's Hotel. 

Hereth Peter, carpenter, res. cor. Vermont and Spring. 

Hering Philip, tuner and re])airer of musical instruments, 
4 Bates House, res. 85 South. 

Heritage Samuel, res. 7 E. New York. 

Herman Jacob, bar-keeper Nebraska Saloon, bds. cor. Meri- 
dian and Indiana ave. 

Herman John, cabinet maker, res. Winston, bet. Ohio and 
New York. 

Herner John, bds. 70 N. East. 

Herni Henry, shoemaker, 32 E. Washington, res. Stevenson. 

Herreth Henry, carpenter, res. 31 N. Noble. 

Herreth John, saddler, res. 29 N. Noble. 



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CITY DIRECTORY. 135 



Herron James, U. S. A., res. Dunlop. 

Herron Fred. M., watchmaker, bds. Mrs. McCrsjady, Market. 

Herth L., carrier, res. 181 E. Vermont. 

Hertkem Philip, exj:)ressman, res. city limits, near Biddle. 

Hervey Samuel, clerk 1-4 X. Pennsylvania, bds. 142 Virgi- 
nia ave. 

Hessa Fanny, (wid.,) res. 68 E. Merrill. 

Hessling- Bernherd, tailor, res. 141 E. Market. 

Hetchel John, ostler, res. Wabash, bet. New Jersey and 
East. 

Hetchbeth John, (col.,) laborer, res. Howard. 

Hetselgesser Samuel, miller, res. 148 S. Illinois. 

Hetterich Fred., yardman Spencer House. 

Heustis B., conductor I. & C. E. R., bds. Bates House. 

Hewitt Charles, student at law, 84 E. Washington, bds. 44 
E. Pennsjdvania. 

Hewling J. P., res. 65 N. Pennsylvania. 

Hej'nes James, mill-wright, res. 26 N.Delaware. 

Hiatt John E., bar-keeper Pearl Street Saloon, bds. same. 

Hick Wm., laborer, 17 S. Delaware, bds. Farmers' Hotel. 

Hidkin John, cabinet maker, works Spiegel, Thoms & Co., 
res. Winston, bet. Ohio and New. York. 

Hidlelbergen Nanna, washer, res. 332 S. Delaware. 

Hietkem George, tailor, res. 113 E. New York. 

Higby Eichard, baggage master St. Louis and Ind. E. E.. 
bds. Oriental House. 

Hight Ferd., actor Metropolitan Theater, res. 259 S. Penn- 
sylvania. 

Higgens John, tailor, 59 E. Washingtoai. 

Higgins Wm., silver-plater, res. 125 Massachusetts ave. 

Higgins W. W., Palmer House Dining Saloon, res. Hlinois. 

Hiibert Thomas J., wood sawyer, res. 97 E. Market. 

Hild August, laborer, res. 163 N. Noble. 

Hildebrand Jacob S., book-keeper 21 W. Washington, res. 
Ill Illinois. 

Hiles Isaac, carpenter, res. 156 W. Vermont. 

Hill G. W., saw mill, cor. East and Georgia, res. 68 S. East. 

Hill George, (col.,) cook, res. 105 W". North. 

Hill James, teamster .Etna Mills. 

Hill James, clerk Skillen's flour mill, W. Washington, res. 
48 W. Marylrnd. 

Hill James B., (J. F. H. & Co.,) bds. 38 N. Alabama. 

Hill J. F., (J. F. H. & Co.,) res. 38 N. Alabama. 

HILL J. F. & CO., proprietors of Beech-v.^ood Nursery, 44 
N. Pennsylvania. 

Hill John, actor, bds. 13 Kentucky ave. 

Hill John H. & Co., Beech-wood Nursery, office 44 N. Penn- 
sylvania, res. 38 N. Alabama. 



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136 INDIANAPOLIS 



Hill J. 0., at saw mill with Gr. W. Hill, bds. 68 S. East. 

Hill W. O., clerk 63 W. Washington, res. 26 N. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Hillgemann Herman, shoemaker, 198 Massachusetts ave. 

HilHs L. H., saddler 103 E. Washington, bds. 179 E. Market. 

Hillman Charles, works in foundry, res. Water, near Mc- 
Carty. 

Hillman Fred., loborer, res. Water, near McCardy. 

Hillman VVm., blacksmith, shop 306 Virginia ave., res. 310 
Virginia ave. 

Hills Lucean, freight agent Eellefontaine R. R. Line, res. 20 
JST. Meridian. 

Hilt P. L., coach blacksmith, res. 35 W. New York. 

Hilt C. W., U. S. A. 

Hinckley David J., clerk Eellefontaine R. R. Line, bds. Meri- 
dian. 

Hinde E., grocer, 155 E. Washington, res. East. 

Hinde P. J., grocer Little's Hotel, res. 37 N. East. 

Hinds Jesse, brick-mason, res. 74 N. East. 

Hinds Solomon, brick-layer, res. 83 N, New Jersey. 

Hines E., music and dancing master, res. 71 Indiana ave. 

HINESLEY A. J., dealer in saddles, harness, whij)8, &c., 
34 W. Washington, res. 119 Massachusetts ave. 

Hinesley John, laborer, res. 80 W. Vermont. 

Hincsley Wm., (Allen & H.,) res. 73 W. New Jersey. 

Hinkle Christ., sjiinner Ohio Premium Woolen Factory. 

Hinninger George, blacksmith, res. 51 E. St. Josej^h. 

Hinton Wm., pedlar, res. 263 Massachusetts ave. 

Hirshler Abraham, book-keeper 3 E. Washington, bds. Mor- 
ris House. 

Hitchcock A., speculator, res. 119 N, Alabama. 

Hitchcock P., carpenter, res. 213 N. Noble. 

Hiser XL, plasterer, res. 177 Railroad. 

Hiss Henry, clerk 140 E. Washington, bds. same. 

Hiser Andrew, laborer, res. 295 S. Delaware. 

Hodges Richard, carpenter, res. 82 E. St. Joseph. 

Hodgson Isaac, architect, 14 Yohn's Block, res. 135 N. Meri- 
dian. 

Hoefgen Samuel B., attorney at law, 19^ E. Washington, 
bds. Little's Hotel. 

Hoefner August, shoemaker, 103 W. Washington, res. 89 W. 
Market. 

Hceg Michael, blacksmith, 86 W. Washington, res. 11 Lib- 
erty. 

Hoelsmith Frederick, laborer, res. John, near Winston and 
city limits. 

Hofaling Fred., watchmaker, res. 42 Spring. 

Hofferberth Wm., laborer, res. 69 N. Bright. 



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CITY DIRECTORY. 



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Hoffman Casper, blacksmith, res. 224 N. Alabama. 

Ilotfmaii Henr}', boot and shoemaker, 27 Union, res. in the 
rear. 

Hoffmeycr Henry, tailor, G3 E. Washington, res. 203 Dela- 
ware. 

HOFMEISTER CHEISTIAK, saloon, 75 E. Washington, 
res. same. 

Hofmeister Christian, (C. & N. H.,) res. 82 N. Noble. 

Hofmeister & Nicholas, grocers, res. 82 N. Noble. 

Hogan John, works J. Iv. Sharpe, res. near cor. Orient and 
S. E. Michigan Eoad. 

Hogshirc Wm. li., (H. & Hunter,) bds. Palmer House. 

HO^GSHIEE & HUN TEE, wholesale and retail grocers, 25 
W. Washington. 

Hohl Christ. C, grocery and saloon, 77 E. Washington, res. 
same. 

Hoibrook H. C, clerk 37 E. Washington, bds. 77 N. Ala- 
bama. 

Holbrook Thomas E., res. 77 N. Alabama. 

Holddy Louis, cook Crystal Palace Saloon, bds. same. 

Holdskom Charles,, whip maker, 20 W. Washington, res. 
cor. Mississijipi and New York. 

Holey L., railroader, res. S. E. Michigan Eoad. 

Holhoger E., bar-keeper, res. 5 Willard. 

Holland Bell, bds. 53 N. East. 

Holland Charles, U. S. A., res. Market, bet. West and Cali- 
fornia. 

Holland Charles E., clerk 72 E. Washington, res. Alabamn. 

Holland John, cai-penter, res. 217 S. Delaware. 

Holland John, laborer, res. 177 S. East. 

Holland John W., wholesale and retail grocer and commis- 
sion mcichant, 72 E. Washington, res. 58 N. Illinois. 

Holland F. 11., clerk, bds. with C.^E. Holland. 

Holland T. E., book-keeper 72 E. Washington, bds. with T. 
Smith. 

Holler Pliilip H., stone mason, res. 218 N. Noble. 

Holler Philip, railroader, res. 117 N. Noble. 

Holley Theodore, shoemaker, res. 89 W. Market. 

HoUiday Cotz H., clerk Indiana Central E. E., res. 117 E. 
Ohio. 

HoUiday E. G.. clerk ^Etna Insurance office, res. N. Illinois. 

HOLLIDAY EEV. F. C, res. 117 E. Ohio. 

Ilalliday Gideon, lightening rod manufacturer, res. 42 Pratt. 

HOLLIDAY EEV. WILLIA'*!, Presbyterian, res. 102 N. 
Alabama. 

HoUiday William J., (Murphy & H.,) res. 145 S. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Hollocher G. E., head waiter Morris House. 



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138 INDIANAPOLIS 



HOLLO WAY C. B , salesmtin 3 Bates House, res. 48 N. 
Tennessee. 

Holloway S. B., res. 133 IN". Mississippi. 

Holloway L., clerk 37 E. Washington. 

Holloway William E., Private Secretary Governor Morton, 
bds. at Mrs. Kincler's. 

Holman G. G., res. 60 N. Pennsylvania. 

Holman M. C, broom maker, res. 152 IN". Pennsylvania. 

Holmes Mrs. Mary, boarding house, res. 51 N. East. 

HOLMES C. L., wholesale and retail grocer, 31 W. Wash- 
ington, bds. 42 N. Mississippi. 

Holmes Henry, plasterer, res. California, bet. Maryland and 
Georgia. 

Holmes J., res. 101 N. Meridian. 

Holmes Samuel, egg packer, &c., 188 E. Washington, bds. 
30 East. 

Holt Mrs. Louisa, res. 87 N. East. 

Holzer John, porter Union Steam Bakery.- 

Homburg Dr., physician and surgeon, Hay's Building. 

Homer Jeremiah, 17 Yirginia ave. 

Honay Thomas, tailor, res. 182 S. Tennessee. 

Hooker Henry, clerk, res. 145 E. South. 

Hooker E. M. B., 20th Eegiment Indiana Volunteers. 

Hoolihan James, railroader, res. Howard. 

Hooper Walter, blacksmith, res. 112 N. East. 

Hoosier Woolen Factor}^, G. W. Geisendorff & Co., proprie- 
tors, N. S. of Washington, near White River Bridge. 

Hoover Andrew, blacksmith, bds. 123 N. Alabama. 

Hoover William, blacksmith, bds. bet. K"ew York and Noble. 

Hopkins J. H., traveling agent, res. 60 S. Illinois. 

Horn Henry J., at City grocery, 31 W. Washington, res. 42 
IST. Mississippi. 

Hornaday John E., carpenter, res. 159 N. Alabama. 

Horner D. H., salesman New" York Store, bds. Morris House. 

Horsman Isaac, salesman New York Store, res. 124 E. Mich- 
igan. 

Hosbrook Daniel B., surveyor, res. 108 N. Mississippi. 

Hoshour Samuel K., prof. N. W. C. University, res. N. New 
Jersey, bet. Mai4vet and Ohio. 

Hoskins Joseph, railroader, res. 96 E. McCarty. 

Hoskins Bobert, teamster, res. 160 E. Ohio. 

Hoslup Isaiah, master mechanic, res. 221 S. East. 

Hosmer Geo., machinist, res. E. National Boad. 

Hoss David, laborer, res. 350 Yirginia ave. 

Hoss Fred., wood sawj^er, res. 66 \V. Ohio. 

Hoss Geo., professor college, res. Jackson, near Lniversity. 

Hossfelt Charles, clerk 212 E. Washington, res. same. 

Hotz George, (Geo. H. & Co.,) bds. Farmers' Hotel. 

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Ilotz Geo. & Co., meacbant tnilors and clothiers, G9 S. Illi- 
nois. 

Houston C. B. clerk, GG E. Washington, res. 51 E. Oliin. 

Howard Mrs., (wid.,) res. 45 S. East. 

Howard Charles L., sawyer, res. 39 N. East. 

Howard E., (E. H. & Son,) res. 52 S. Illinois. 

HOWAED Dll. E. & SON, cancer physicians, 52 S. Illinois. 

Howard Heniy, carpenter, res, 194 E. St. Clair. 

Howard L. B., salesman 5 W. Washington, res. 115 Ohio. 

Howard Law. N., (E. H. & Son,) res. 52 S. Illinois. 

Howard S. W., clairvoyant physician, res. 13 S. Mississippi. 

Howard Micliael, res. 22, in alley S. of S. East. 

Howell Margaret, res. G S. Pennsylvania. 

Howes Henry, car])enter, res. 50 Indiana ave. 

Howland J. 1)., (Barbour & H.,) N. E. cor. Yermont and 
Tennessee. 

Howland Michaeh brick-mason, res. cor. Illinois and Fourth. 

Hoyt Harriet, boarding house 27 S. Delaware. 

Hubbard Wm , laborer, res. 283 Virginia ave. 

Hubbard Garrison, teamster, res. 41 S. Illinois. 

Hubbard W. S., res. 9 Circle. 

Hndnut Howard, with Theodore Iludnut, bds. N. Illinois. 

Hudnut Theodore. Identical Mills, S. Pennsylvania, res. N. 
Illinois, outside cit}^ limits. 

Hucy M. S., cabinet maker, 97 E. Washington . res. 84 W. 
Georgia. 

HUFF JOHN E., bakery and confectionery, 200 W. Wash- 
ington, res. same. 

Huffer James M., saddler, 20 W. Washington, res. 134 E. 
Market. 

HufiFer James M., pedlar, res. 134 E. Market. 

Huffman Henry, cooper, res. 153 W. Michigan. 

Huffman Henry, tanner, res. 197 E. Washington. 

Huffman Huifman. laborer, res. 68 S. JSToble. 

Huffman Michael, blacksmith, res. G3 Bluff Eoad. 

Huffner August, shoemaker, 89 W. Market. 

Hug Joseph, bar-keeper Capital Saloon. 

HUG MAETIN, wholesale liquor store and proprietor Cap- 
ital Saloon, 14 E. Washington, res. 45 N. New Jcrse3^ 

Hugh Slavens, drayman, res. 157 S. Tennessee. 

Hughes David, hackman, res. 233 S. Pennsylvania. 

Hughes David, carpenter, res. 2G8 S. Delaware. 

Hughes Mrs. M., Avasher, res. 31 N. Liberty. 

Hughe}" Wm., res. 86 E. Louisiana. 

Hughes William, bds. 232 S. Pennsylvania. 

Hugo Charles plasterer, res. 33 N. Noble. 

Hugo Martin, wholesale and retail lici[uors, 140 North. 

Hull A. D., cigar maker, 112 E. Washington. 



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Hull David, cigar maker, res. 52 N. East. 

Hull Wm., res. Tennessee, bet. Fifth and Sixth. 

Hume James iM., (H. A. Fletcher & Co.,) res. 77 N. Missis- 
sippi. 

HUME MADISON, Baptist minister, res. 75 N. Mississippi. 

Hume Newton, salesman, 70 E. Washington, bds. 75 N. 
Mississippi. 

HUMORIST MONTHLY, Landon & Hastings, publishers, 
8 E. Washington. ' 

Humphrey C. F., watch-maker, 37 W. Washington, bds. E. 
^Vashington. 

Humphrey Samuel, cooper, res. Indiana ave. 

Hume II. H., bds. Spencer House. 

Hunt Abe, cigar maker for C. C. Hunt. 

Hunt Albert, plow maker at Beard, Starr & Co.'s, bds. 28 
Indiana ave. 

Hunt Allen L., captain 2Gth regiment Ind. Vol., res. 1G6 N. 
East. 

Hunt Charles C, manufacturer, wholesale and retail dealer 
in cigars and tobacco, Gl E. Washington, res. same. 

Hunt David B., clerk, U. S. Mustering OiSce, res. 78 Mass- 
achusetts ave. 

Hunt George, dentist, res. 40, N. East. 

Hunt George, telegrai^h messenger, bds. 6 Circle. 

Hunt Jesse, watchman at arsenal, res. 7 N. Ellsworth. 

Hunt Mrs. Julia A., (wid.,) res. G Circle. 

Hunt Phineas G. C, M. D., res. Market, bet. Pennsylvania 
and Delaware. 

Hunt Thomas E., res. 100 W. Michigan. 

Hunt William, cigar maker for C. C. Hunt. 

Hunter M., (Hogshire & H.,) bds. Palmer House. 

Hunter Maston, Kentucky Union Saloon, 81 E. AVashing- 
ton. 

Hunter Ealph, fireman Engine No. 5, res. 72 S. East. 

Hurley John, drayman, res. 131 N. Mississipj)i. 

Hurley Patrick, currier for Mooney & Co. 

Hurley Patrick, teamster, res. cor. Bright and North. 

Hurly Moses F. huckster, res. 81 Bluff Eoad. 

Hurrle Ignatius, tailor, res.^7 Railroad. 

Hushar lienrj^, U. S. A., res'. 83 W. Maryland. 

Husted Hiram, carpenter, res, 19 McCarty. 

Hustes John, engineer switch pony, Terre Haute Pailroad, 
bds. 107 S. Tennessee. 

Hutchins H. H., book-keejier, 90 E. Washington, res. 148 
Virginia ave. 

HUTCHINSON C. P., (H. H. Dodd & Co.,) bds. 45 N. Penn- 
sylvania. 

Hulsman M., saw filer, S. Pennsylvania, res. Maryland. 



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141 



Hutton Mrs. Eliza, Jane, (wid.,) res. Tennessee, bet. Third 
and Fourth. 

Hutton Thomas, carpenter, res. 05 W. Yermont. 

Hutsell John, ostler, Little's Hotel. 

Hj-att James ]\I., school teacher, res. Harrison, E. of Pine. 

HYDE ABNER E., proprietor Little's Hotel, cor. Washing- 
ton and iSFew Jersey. 

HYDE EEY. NATHANIEL A., pastor 1st Con. Church, 
bds. 10 E. Market. 

Hyde & \Yeathers, meat market, 173 E. Washington. 

Hymbaugh Joseph, laborer, res. 44 S. East. 

Hyner Andrew, raih'oader, res. 34 S. Noble. 

Hyner Jacob, TJ. S. A., res. 112 E. McCarty. 

Hyser Edward, res. 243, N. IS^e^y Jersey. 



Identical Mills, Theodore Iliidnut, i:)roprietor, S. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Idler Clinton, machinist T. H. E. E. shop, res. cor. South 
and Mississippi. 

Igoe Martin, quartermaster 35th Eegiment, res. IT E. 
Loukabee. 

Iliff Charles, clerk 22 E. Washington, bds. 39 N. Alabama. 

Iliff James, clerk Glaser & Bro., Ixls. 37 N. Alabama. 

lliif Eichard W., painter, res. 39 N. Alabama. 

ILLINOIS & INDIANA CENTEAL EAILWAY, office 
24^ E. Washington, Ed. Clark, agent. 

Imbry Charles A., brewer, res. 193 S. Pennsylvania. 

Imes Solomon, res. Illinois, bet. First and Second. 

Ince Joseph, shoemaker, 38 W. Washington, res. 176 Mas- 
sachusetts ave. 

Ingerman AYilliam, works at arsenal, res. W. Indianapolis. 

Ingersol H. W., furniture dealer, 78 E. Washington, res. 152 
S. New Jersey. 

Inglekink Frederick, works Madison depot, res. 73 Blutf 
Eoad. 

Inglekink William, switchman Terre Haute depot, res. 90 
Bluff Road. 

INDIANA AMEEICAN, T. A. Goodwin, editor and pro- 
prietor, Pearl, rear of Gleenns' Block, daily and v>'eel<ly. 

INDIANA CENTEAL EAILWAY, ticket and general 
offices cor. Yirginia ave. and Delaware. 

INDIANA CENTEAL EAILWAY, freight depot Dela- 
ware, cor. Louisiana. 

INDIANA CENTEAL EAILWAY, engine house on track, 
bet. Noble and Benton. 



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142 INDIANAPOLIS 



INDIANA FEEE PEESS, 83 E. Washington, E. Hen- 

inger, proprietor, German weekly. 
INDIANA'S HOME-LIFE AND CAMP-LIFE, publislied 

weekly at 82 a year, office 18 East Washington. 
INDIANA SCHOOL JOUENAL, monthly, publication 

office Journal Building, cor. Circle and Meridian. 
INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, Meridian, bet. Washing- 
ton and Pearl, Elder, Harkness & Bingham, proprietors, 

daily and weekly. 
INDIANA U. S. AESENAL, Market, bet. Tennessee and 

Mississippi. 
INDIANA VOLKSBLATT, 132 E. Washington, Julius 

Boetticher, proprietor, German Aveekly. 
INDIANAPOLIS BAPTIST FEMALE INSTITUTE, cor. 

Pennsylvania and North, Eev. G. Williams, principal. 
INDIANAPOLIS BEANCH BANKING COMPANY, S. 

W.. cor. Washington and Pennsylvania, Calvin Fletcher, 

President ; T. H. Sharpe, Cashier. 
INDIANAPOLIS GAS LIGHT AND COKE COMPANY, 

D. S. Beat}', Presideiit; Samuel Yanlaningham, Secre- 
tary ; office Eay's Building. 

INDIANAPOLIS GYMNASIUM, cor. Meridian and Mary- 
land, up stairs. 

INDIANAPOLIS JOUENAL COMPANY^ Journal Build- 
ing, cor. Circle and Meridian, daily and weekly, J. M. 
Tilford, President. 

INDIANAPOLIS McLEAN FEMALE INSTITUTE, Me- 
ridian, cor. New York, Eev. C. Sturdevant, jirincipal. 

INDIANAPOLIS, PITTSBUEG & CLEYELAND EAIL- 
. EOAD LINE, part of Bellefontaine line, office cor. Me- 
ridian and Louisiana. 

INDIANAPOLIS EOLLING.MILL, cor. Merrill and Mis- 
sissippi, J. M. Lord. President. 

INDIANAPOLIS & CHICAGO AIE LINE, via Kokomo 
and C. & C. air line ; office at Peru & Indianapolis E. 

E. office. 

INDIANAPOLIS & CINCINNATI EAILEOAD, offices 
cor. Delaware and Louisiana. 

INDIANAPOLIS & CINCINNATI FEEIGHT DEPOT, 
S. Delaware, bet. Maryland and South. 

INDIANAPOLIS & LAFAYETTE EAILEOAD, freight 
office, N. of North, bet. Missouri and Mississippi. 

INDIANAPOLIS, PITTSBUEG & CLEYELAND EAIL- 
EOAD, office cor. Meridian and Union track. 

Inkle John, carpenter, res. cor. Bates and Cady. 

L'ick Eebecca, milliner, 23-4 N. New Jersey. 

Irick William, brick-layer, res. 172 N. New Jersey. 

Irick William H., brick-layer, res. 156 N. New Jersey. 



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CITY DIRECTORY. 143 



Irons'Mrs. Catherine, (wid.,) seamstress, res. 119 W. Mary- 
land. 

Irven Ann M., (wid.,) res. 18 S. East. 

Irvin C. A., brick mason, res. S. of Wyomiug. 

Irwin Joseph, bds. 13 W. Ohio. 

Irwin Mrs. Martha, res. 42 E. New York. 

Isensee Albert F. W., bell-hanger and locksmith, IT Ken- 
tucky ave., bds. 28 Kentucky ave. 

Isgrig James, carj)enter, res. Illinois, bet. Fifth and Sixth. 

Ittenbach Frank, stonecutter, (Smith, I. & Co.,) 208 S. Del- 
aware. 



J 

Jackson A. S., tinner, Eoot, Bennett & Co. 

Jackson D., Jackson's Museum, 19 W. Washington, res. 112 

Mississippi. 
Jackson E. S., tinsmith, 70 S. Delaware. 
Jackson House, Hugh Marmont, proprietor, 136 W. Wash- 
ington. 
Jackson Henry, blacksmith, SG W. Washington, bds. 28 

Indiana ave. 
Jackson Morris, (Flatauer & J.,) res. Ohio. 
Jackson's Museum, 19 W. Washington. 
Jackson Wiliam, rooting, res. 26 JN. Libert}'. 
Jackson W. X., Union Eailway Company, bds. Dr. Catling. 
Jacobs Valentine, Captain 19th Indiana Eegiment, res. 58 

E. Maryland. 
Jacups William, laborer, res. Ash, near University. 
James Allen, laborer, res. 123 E. St. Clair. 
James John, tinner, Eoot, Bennett & Co. 
James T. S., (W. W. J. & Co.) 

James W. W., (W. W. J. & Co.,) res. 168 N. Tennessee. 
James W. W. & Co., marble works, 58 S. Meridian. 
JAMESON EEV L. H., minister Christian Church, res. 

97 W. South. 
JxlMESON P. H., (J. & Funkhouser,) res. 51 cor. Ohio and 

Alabama. 
JAMESON & FUNKHOUSER, physicians and surgeons, 

5 S. Meridian. 
Jasper Oliver, (col.,) wood chopper, res. Seventh. 
JEFFEEIES J. WASH., proprietor Bates City Mills, cor. 

Noble and Washington, bds. Little's Hotel. 
Jenison Geo. M., (W. H. Talbott & Co.,) res. 9 W. Ohio, near 

Meridian. 
Jenison Mrs. Harriet, (wid.,) res. 9 W. Ohio. 
Jenison O. F., opp. 24 East VYashlngton, bds. 9 W. Ohio. 

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INDIANAPOLIS 



Jenkins A. W., grocer, cor. Pennsylvania and North, res. 
same. 

Jenkins Ebenezer, painter and glazier, rear of Bates House, 
res. 32 E. Ohio. 

Jenkins John, clerk 120 N. Pennsylvania, res. 126 Market. 

Jenks W. R. C., printer, Journal OflSee, res. 24 N. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Jennings Patrick, teacher, res. 25 N. Liberty. 

Jennings Wm., tinner, 69 W. Washington, res. 55 E. Ohio. 

Jerard Ittenbach & Co., grocers, 180 S. Delaware. 

Jerrel Miss M., teacher McLean's Seminary, bds. same. 

Joachime Augustus, tallow chandler, res. 93 W. Maryland. 

Joennivolas Joroin, carpenter, res. Winston, bet. North and 
Michigan. 

John Charles, boarding house, 199 E. Washington. 

John Samuel, book-binder, bds. 67 N. East. 

John Samuel, bds. 14 W. Georgia. 

Johnson Mrs., dress maker, 12^ S. Pennsylvania. 

Johnson Aaron, clerk, res. Mississippi, N. of St. Clair. 

Johnson Benjamin, soldier, res. 25 Central. 

Johnson Ben. F., saloon, 212 W. Washington. 

Johnson Ben. F., clerk 4 Blake's Building, bds. 58 N. Mis- 
sissippi. 

Johnson C, tailor, 19 W. Washington, bds. cor. Garden and 
WiUard. 

Johnson C. A., photographer, &c., 33 W. Washington. 

Johnson C. JR., wood dealer, bds. Ohio House. 

Johnson J). E., student with Dr. Boyd. 

Johnson Eleanor, (wid.,) res. California, bet. Market and 
Washington. 

Johnson George, dork Wood's hardware store, res. 240 S. 
Alabama. 

Johnson G. H., salesman City Hardware Store, 12 W. Wash- 
ington, res. 240 S. Alabama. 

Johnson Geo. H., laborer, res. Illinois, bet. Second and Tliird. 

Johnson G. W., grocer, Mississippi, N. of St. Clair. 

Johnson Hubbard, salesman 70 E. Washington, bds. 121 E. 
Ohio. 

JOHNSON ISAAC E., attorney at lasv and loan ofBce, 4 
Blake's Building, res. 58 N. Mississippi. 

Johnson John, merchant tailor, 48 S. Illinois, res. Missis- 
sippi. 

Johnson J. F., wholesale and retail grocer, 31. cor. Meridian 
and Marjdand, res. 11 Maryland. 

Johnson John S., farmer, res. 74 Bluff Poacl. 

Johnson M. L., captain Co. I, 51st regiment, res. 41 N. New 
Jersey. 

Johnson Philip, carjjcnter, res. 155 N. East. 



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CITY DIRECTORY. 145 

Johnson Thomas, (col.,) cook Little's Hotel. 

Johnson T. D., salesman New York Store, res. 107 \Y. 
Ohio. 

Johnson Wm., grocery, 167 Tennessee, cor. Garden, res. 
same. 

Johnson Wm., laborer, res. 160 N. Blake. 

Johnson Wm. "W"., printer, res. 112 E. Vermoni. 

JOHNSTON O. W., livery and sale stable, 11 and 13 W. 
Pearl, res. 172 E. South. 

Johnston Mrs. Fidellie, sewing, res. 148 N. East. 

Johnston George, blacksmith, res. 74 E. Louisiana. 

Johnston John F., dentist, res. and office 11 E. Maryland. 

Johnston S. A., book-keejDcr, 62 E. Washington, bds. 86 E. 
Vermont. 

Johnston William J., (Munson & J.,) res. 86 Vermont. 

Jolly Jas., watchman Lawrenceburg car shop, res. 11 Lord. 

Jolly John, works Lawrenceburg car shop, res. 11 Lord. 

Jones , res. 36 Libert}^. 

Jones A., (J., Vinnedge & Co.,) res. 79 N. Pennsylvania. 

Jones A., Jr., (J., Vinnedge & Co.,) bds. Bates House. 

Jones A. M., clothes inspector, res. 139 E. South. 

Jones Alex., (col.,) farmer, res. Illinois, N. of Sixth. 

Jones B. D., sutler 52d Eegiment, res. S. E. cor. Alabama 
and Vermont. 

Jones Edward, railroader, res. 44 S. Noble. 

Jones Edwin E., salesman, 20 S. Meridian. 

Jones Fleming, broom-maker, Illinois, N. of Sixth. 

Jones George W., farmer, res. Illinois, N. of Sixth. 

Jones J. W., checker T. H. freight dej^ot. 

Jones Jesse, res. 106 N. Illinois. 

Jones J. M., inspector U. S. warehouse. 

JONES JOHN P., clerk of Supreme Court, res. Tennessee, 
N. of St. Clair. 

Jones Johnny, salesman 17 W. Washington, bds. 79 Penn- 
sj^lvania 

Jones Lewis, harness maker, 34 W. Washihgton, res. 50 In- 
diana ave. 

Jones Mrs. Mary A., (wid.,) res. 154 W. Vermont. 

Jones N. E., conductor Terre Haute Eailroad, res. 49 W. 
Georgia. 

Jones Sheridan, (col.,) laborer, res. Howard. 

Jones Spicer, sutler 47th regiment, res. 206 N. Illinois. 

JONES, VINNEDGE & CO.'S shoe house, 17 W. Wash- 
ington. 

Jones William, (col.,) barber, bds. Little's Hotel. 

Jones William, meat market, 122 S. Illinois, bds. Station 
House. 

Jonte Emuel, cook Spencer House. 

10 

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INDIANAPOLIS 



FEi^lSTKLIlSr 



FOUNDRY, 

168 Vino Street, bet. Fourth and Fifth Streets, 

CINCWUATn OHIO. 
R. ALLISON, - - Superintendent. 



Manufacturei's of and dealers in 



PRINTmG PRESSES, CASES, GALLEYS, &c.. 



Of every description. 

ifieiiTfPiii 

OF ALL KINDS, 

Books, Music, Patent Medicine Directions, Jobs, 
Wood Cuts, &c., &c. 

Brand & Pattera Letters 

OF VARIOUS STYLES. 

IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. 



The Wheeler «fe Wilson Ilemmer makes hems of any width. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 147 



Jordan Gilmer, clerk Washington City, res. 104 "W. Ten- 
nessee. 

Jordan Josejjh, laborer, res. 133 Bluff Eoad. 

Jordan Samuel J., tailor, res. 157 S. Mississippi. 

Jordan Thos., flour and grain dealer, 18 S. Meridian, res. 92 
E. Market. 

Jose N., furniture store, 4 S. Pennsylvania, res. out of city. 

Joseph J. G., salesman 2 Palmer House, bds. same. 

Joseph E. C, retired, res. 158 W. New York. 

Jude James, laborer, res. 21 E. Wyandott. 

Judson Charles E., book-keeper Bates House. 

Judson William, proprietor Bates House, cor. Washington 
and Illinois. 



K 

Kabis Leopold, clerk with E. Beebe, Empire Saloon. 

Kahle Samuel F., cabinet maker, res. Orient. 

KAHN A., clothier and dealer in furnishing goods, 2 Pal- 
mer House, bds. Morris House. 

Kahn Jacob, Union clothing store, 46 E. Washington, bds. 
Oriental House. 

Kahn Lewis, butcher, res. 120 N. Mississippi. 

Kahra Michael, bar-keei^er Lou. Lang's saloon, bds. same. 

Kaiser Adam, shoemaker, bds. Kentucky ave. 

KALL LEWIS, renovater and exchanger of clothing of all 
kinds, 93 E. Washington, res. 63 East. 

KANSAS EATING AND DEINKINCI SALOON, 83 and 
85 S. Illinois, John P. Frenzell, proprietor. 

Karnes Joseph, carpenter, res. 58 Davidson. 

Karrle Christ., boot and shoemaker, 64 E. Washington, .res. 
72 S. Delaware. 

Karnatz John, shoemaker, res. 114 N. Alabama. 

Karrle Joseph, manufticturer and dealer in boots and shoes, 
64 E. Washington, res. 35 South. 

Karvauwn Patrick, railroader, res. cor. Missouri and Geor- 
gia. 

Kasser Frederick, painter, res. 55 W. Libert}". 

Kaskell Thurlow, carpenter, res. 82 W. Maryland. 

Kaskell William H., bds. 82 W. Maryland. 

Katahar Michael, laborer, res. Bates. 

Kaufmann Moritz, butcher, res. 131 N. East. 

Kantman M., well-digger, res. 58 Massachusetts ave. 

Keane Mrs. A., (Lynch & K.,) res. 43 N. Tennessee. 

Keating Miss L. U., wood dealer, res. 20 Elm, 

Keating Jeffrey, laborer, res. 288 S. Delaware. 

Keating Michael, laborer, res. 31 South. 

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INDIANAPOLIS 



RS FOR 





DETERS, 

53 West Pourth Street, CINCINNATI. 0., 

Has now on hand the most extensive, varied, and elegant assortment of 
Boots and Shoes in the City. Articles manufactured at his establish- 
ment are superior to any made in this country as regards their beauty, 
shape, -workman sliip and durability. Ilis stock comprises Ladies', Gen- 
tlemens,' Misses,' Boys,' Youths,' and Childrens,' 



OF EVERY STYLE, 

And in infinite variety, all made l)v artistic workmen. Doing a large 
business and selling strictly for cash, enables liim to sell his goods very 
cheap. 

N. B.— A large stock of Milltiiry Boots and Shoes 
constantly on Iiantl. 



At -No. 14 West Fourth St., CIITCINNATI, O. 

Notarial. Court, Corporation, 

State, Ecclesiastical, College, 

Society, I. 0. 0. f.. Masonic, 

lllil(ll I- 0. S. M., Library, and all 

" " olliers of an official character 

^-j^-v/pv™ engraved and adjusted to latest 

'^// /'jf^sf^^.'-^^^^Q^^M Imp™^<^<i P''6sses. Also every 

w(Jf!^r^'^''^^^^^\. variety of Business Seals, with 

wim^W W^'^^^ Percussian and Lever Presses, 

'/'iliV^I CifSllif for Merchants, Bankers, Man- 

.1 /l^-«='/^'S»^ f=icturers, &c. 

lu Yte? PO^^^^^^«^^^^S'^\ Percussion Press, with Seal of 

l\\..\''!!l K^ -^"i^^SZi: — ^acL-^ Fifty Letters |5 00 

I trfflmffmu ^^'''^'" ^'■'^^^' ^^"'^ S«^' of Fifty 
J ^TITPITITJ^ Letters 6 00 

Devices Extra. 

p^^^jll iiMv — — -=^ Court Seal and Press $10 to $25 

1i|!|y%. n,-»«Bsiy~-^ Wax Seals for public and private 

/'1\'''%W ll\^^^R^^^^^^^=->. "^''' Wedding and Visiting Cards 
il'ittlw \\,^gS!Er_:=^^ ==«^_ neatly engraved and printed. Ad- 
dress, 

il|Jl^|JlKi'i^li3*3i^ Mrs. C. y. HALL, 

^^^ ^^""^^ No. 14 West Tourth Street, 

CDN'CINNA'n, 0. 




A Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine with Hemmer, for $50. 



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140 



Keatinge Joseph J., newspapers and periodicals, 19 S. Illi- 
nois, res. same. 

Keefer Jacob, machinist Washington foundry, res. 155 S. 
Mississippi. 

Keeler "William, coffee vender, ress. 44 Spring. 

Keeling John, salesman New York Store, res. 109 S. East. 

Keely Mrs. Elinor, res. alley, bet. New York and Ohio. 

Keely George L., press boy, bds. 105 N. Noble. 

Keely Henry S., printer Dodd & Co., bds. 159 E. Ohio. 

Keely Isaac I., bricklayer, res. 105 N. Noble. 

Keely Isaac I., physician and surgeon, bds. 62 E. Michigan. 

Keely John, bricklayer, res. 48 N. East. 

Keely Oliver S., bricklayer, res. 159 E. Ohio. 

Keely Samuel, bricklayer, res. 177 N. Noble. 

Keely William, carpenter, res. 62 E. Michigan. 

Keely William H., grocer, cor. Market and Noble, res. E. 
165 Ohio. 

Keen Ennis, tailor, 69 S. Illinois, bds. Farmers' Hotel. 

Keen H. W., (Tarlton & K.,) res. 122 N. Illinois. 

Keenan Thos., res. 61 S. Noble. 

Kcesee G-eorge, laborer, res. 201 Indiana ave. 

Keesee William N., carpenter, res. 144 Blake. 

Kehoe Thomas, laborer, res. 84 N. Tennessee. 

KeiflFer John Cr., wood sawyer, res, 86 St. Joseph. 

Kline Nicholas, shoemaker Massachusetts ave., res. Spring. 

Keiser Adam, shoemaker, bds. 28 Kentucky ave. 

Keishner F., cui-rier for John Fishback. 

Keeker Sophie, washer, res. 186 N. New Jersey. 

Kelb Henry, laborer, res. 98 St. Joseph. 

Kelkauf Frederick, central depot, res. 115 Union. 

Kelleher James, shoemaker, res. 9 N. New Jersey. 

Keller Daniel, stone-mason, bds. 174 N. East. 

Keller John, laborer, res. 28 Forest. 

Keller Lewis, salesman New York Store, res. 109 S. East. 

Keller Mrs. Mary, washer, res. alley, N. bet. New Jersej' 
and East. 

Keller James ostler, res. 175 E. St. Clair. 

Keller Z. P., machinist, res. 84 S. East. 

Kelley Dennis, harness maker, res. 82 N. Tennessee. 

Kelley Mrs. Mary, (wid.,) res. 73 N. Missouri. 

Kellish Martin, butcher Bates House Meat Market. 

Kellish Michael, butcher Bates House Meat Market. 

Kellogg Henry S., salesman 71 E. Washington, bds. 87 
Meridian. 

Kellogg Newton, edge tool maker, res. S. E. cor. 3Iarket and 
West. 

Kellogg W. II., (K. & Davis,) bds. Pyle House. 

Kellogg & Davis, fine art gallery, 8 E. Washington. 



Upwards of 100 W. & W. Machines ia use in Ind'p'lis making army clothing. 



150 INDIANAPOLIS 



GEO. R. DIXOK I. W. PARICER. 

GEO. R. DIXON & CO., 

OHIO MUSTARD MIttS, 

WHOLESALE DEALERS IN 

mim ROASTED & GROUND COFFEE, SPIOES, 

Mustard, Pepper Sauce, Tomato Catsup, 

BAKING ROV\/DER^ 
Highest Cash Prices paid for Mastard Seed. 

Nos. 243, 245 & 247 Sycamore Street, 

D. fflLLS <fc CO. C. F. O'DRISCOLL. 

HILLS, O'DRISCOLL & CO., 

SterfolDpe anlJ Clectrotpe, 

FOUiTDRY, 



DEALERS IN 



:N"o. 141 M^IN STREET, 



Stereotyping and Electrotyping of all kinds; Books, Music, 
Pamphlets, and Jobs of every description done at short no- 
tice and in the best manner. Colored and Black Inks of 
all kinds for sale. 

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CITY DIRECTORY. 151 



Kelly Elisha, E., (col.,) laborer, res. N. Mississippi, 

Kelly James, huckster, res. G6 Bluff Road. 

Kelly John B., painter, 278 Madison ave. 

Kelly Jonathan, salesman New York Store, bds. 109 E. 

South. 
Kelly Patrick, laborer, res. 108 E. Ohio. 
Kelly Thomas, currier, res. 11 McCarty. 
Kelly William, butcher, bds. 22 Indiana ave. 
Kelor John, hackman, res. \V. side Noble, bet. Vermont and 

Michigan. 
Kemper Charles, grocer, 12 cor. McCarty and Meridian, 

res. same. 
Kemper J. M., carpenter, res. 122 S. New Jersey. 
Kendrick Wm. 11., physician, office 33 and res. 35 N. East. 
Kennedy Larry, laborer, res. 320 S. Delaware. 
Kennedy James, blacksmith, res. 2 Bernard. 
Kennedy Joseph, works Dumont & Sinker, res. 21 Benton. 
Kennedy John, laborer, res. Indiana ave. 
Kennedy Samuel, shoemaker, 38 W. Washington. 
Kennedy Thomas, res. 113 E. South. 
Kennedy Patrick, 8th Eegiment Illinois Volunteers, res. 63 

Spring. 
Kenney H. T., tailor, res. 3-4 S. West. 
Kennington John, wagoner, res. extreme end Virginia 

ave. 
Kentwell Matthew, foundryman, res. Winston, bet. Ohio and 

New York. 
Kentzel J. S., printer Herald &Era office, bds. 36 East. 
Keppel Josiah, res 67 W. Louisiana. 

Kepple Henry, workmen at rolling mill, res. 153 S. Missis- 
sippi. 
Kepple Martin, clerk Depot Bakery. 
Kerin Daniel P., grocer, res. &. E Michigan Road. 
Kerlc}'' James, cooj^er, res. Merrill. 
Kern Casper, cabinet maker, res. 172 E. Michigan. 
Kern Jacob, porter 26 and 28 W. Washington. 
Kern John, tailor, 39 E. Washington, bds. 60 Davidson. 
Kern L. D., student, bds. 130 N. New Jersey. 
Kerper Charles, saddle and harness maker, res. 21 Indiana 

ave. 
Kesner Henr}^, shoemaker, res. 6-4 Bluff Road. 
Kesper Peter, foundryman, res. 126 W. Vermont. 
Ketchum John L., (K. & Mitchell,) res. 97 E. Merrill. 
Ketchum & Mitchell, attorneys at law, Blackford's Building. 
Kettenback Henry, grocer, Massachusetts ave., bet. Liberty 

and St. Clair, res. 216 N. Noble. 
Keys Wm., marble dealer, res. Georgia, bet. Missouri and 
' West. 

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Corner A^ine & Longvv^ortli Streets 

EETTVEKN iriirxPI AND SIXTPI, 



CUiCIHHATI, OHIO. 



\3. 



MAmJFACTDRE AND FURNISH ALL KINDS OF 






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1 <S 



ELEOTROTYPED OR STEREOTYPED. 



SpcciBBBera Book» or EstsBsim^es fao'Eaished on 
applicataon. 



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CITY DIRECTORY. 



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Keyser John W., carpenter, res. Tennessee, bet. Second and 
Third. 

Kihy Daniel, cooper, res. Michie;an Eoad. 

Kidder J. E., currier for John Fishback. 

Kiescr Adam, shoemaker, res. Kentucky ave. 

Kig-er Henr}', (K. & Phillips,) U. S. A. 

K'ger & Phillips, attorneys at law, Blackford's Building. 

Kilberry , laborer, res. Mississippi, N. of St. Clair. 

Kinder'^Mrs. M. W., boarding house, 79J E. Washington. 

Kindler Chas., (Ballwig & Kindler,) res. 17 Kentucky ave. 

KinfienglSr., tinner Eoot, Bennett & Co. 

King Cornelius, lumber dealer, res. 1-il N. Mississippi. 

King David, res. 157 W. Mississippi. 

King Edward, secretary and treasurer Indianapolis, Pitts- 
burg & Crestline, and cashier Bellefontainc P. R. Lines, 
res. Meridian, opp. Blind As3'lum. 

King Francis, Grand Secretary Masonic Lodge, office Ma- 
sonic Hall Building, res. 72 N. Tennessee. 

King Geo., fireman P. & I. P. P., bds. 18 Lord. 

King H. L., messenger Adams Express Co., bds. Palmer 
House. 

King Jacob, patern maker, bds. 258 W. Washington. 

King James, res. 70 2s. Illinois. 

King J. B., gas-fitter, res. Mississippi, bet. Michigan and 
Vermont. 

King W. IL, clerk Bellefontaine P. P. Line, bds. Bates House. 

King W. T., res. 1)9 Bates. 

Kingham Jos., assistant teacher, workshop Blind Asjdum, 
res. 72 St. Joseph. 

Kingman Nelson, foreman tin shop Eoot, Bennett & Co., 
res. 59 E. New York. 

Kingsberry C. G., porter American Express Co., bds. Mor- 
ris House. 

Kingsberry John E., watchmaker, res. 181 Massachusetts 
ave. 

Kingslcy Adriel S., res. Duncan. 

Kinnan Augustus, stone-cutter for Jason Dame, res. 227 S. 
Alabama. 

Kinney Pat., steward Little's Hotel. 

Kinsler Patrick, railroader, res. 20-1 N. Mississippi. 

Kinyer W., laborer for John Fishback. 

Kirk E., milliner, 39 N. Pennsylvania, res. same. 

Kirkwood Geo., fireman I. & Cincinnati P. P., res. Bates, E. 
of Cady. 

Kirkwood John, res. 108 E. South. 

Kirkwood John, fireman, I. & C. P. P., res. 9 Lord. 

Kirkil Dol., engineer, res. 100 Louisiana. 

Kirland Patrick, 73 S. Meridian, bds. 100 Mississippi. 



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Bonds, 

Diplomas, 

Sliow Cards, 

Bill Heads, 

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Kirlin James, dry goods and groceries, 36 W. Washington, 

res. cor. Illinois and First. 
Kissell J. ^y., bar-keeper Burt's Dining Saloon, res. Indiana 

ave. 
KISTNEE ADAM, proprietor California House, 136 and 

138 S. Illinois. 
Kistner J. G., boot and shoemaker, 51 S. Illinois, res. same. 
Kitchen John M., physician and surgeon, cor. Washington 

and Meridian, res. 69 N. Pennsylvania. 
Klapp Henry, gardener, res. E. National Eoad. 
Klein C. F. /book-keeper Martin Hug, bds. same. 
Klein Dr. Emil, res. 100 E. New York. 
Kliber John Lewis, confectioner, 105 E. Washington, res. 

same. 
Klieger Henry, laborer, res. 101 S. Alaboma. 
Kline Joseph, clerk 31 S. Meridian, bds. Pyle House. 
Klingensmith J. K., bds. 79 W. Maryland. 
Klingensmith J., res. 79 W. Maryland. 
Klingensmith Israel, bds. 79 W. Maryland. 
KLOTZ EMIL, wholesale and retail dealer in fancy goods, 

notions, &c„ 37 E. Washington, res. 61 Illinois. 
Klotz Frank, baker, 186 S. Delaware. 
Klotz John, laborer, res. 21 S. Illinois. 
Knauf Adam, baker, res. 6-4 E. St. Joseph. 
Knaus Charles, bar-keeper Eagle Saloon, bds. same. 
Knainlin Geo., wood sawyer, res. 34 Hosbrook. 
Knefler Charles, clerk postoflSce, bds. ^Y. H. Campbell. 
Knefler Fred., assistant adjutant general, U. S. A. 
Kneif John, carpenter, res. 160 N. Liberty. 
Knepton James, carver, res. 56 N. Noble. 
Knight Elijah, boarding house, res. 19 W. Georgia. 
Knight John, coppersmith, res. 72 S. Louisiana. 
Knight James, brick-maker, res. 107 S. Missouri. 
Knight Jasper N., painter, res. 106 Indiana ave. 
Knight John, (Cottrall & K.,) res. 102 E. Louisiana. 
Knightly Wm., U. S. service, res. 306 S. Delaware. 
Knodle A., (A. K. & Son,) res. 8 Indiana ave. 
Knodle Geo., (A. K. & Son,) bds. 8 Indiana ave. 
KNODLE A. & SON, manufacturers and dealers in boots 

and shoes, 32 E. Washington. (See card.) 
Knoker Sebastian, baker, res. 213 N. Noble. 
Knotts N. K., sign and ornamental painter, 2 N. Pennsyl- 
vania, res. 96 E. Market. 
Knowlton G. P., salesman 40 E. Washington, res. 140 N. 

Tennessee. 
Knox Asbery, (col.,) barber, res. 59 Kentucky ave. 
Knox Francis A., res. Kentucky ave. 
Koch Charles, collar makei-, 184 S. Pennsylvania. 



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Koch II., grocer, 198 Massachusetts avc., res. same. 

Koch Wm., grocer}^, res. 47 S. East. 

Koehman Peter, moulder 268 S. Delaware. 

Koehler John Philip, barber Palmer House hair-dressing 

saloon, bds. Georgia. 
Kcehne Charles, clerk, res. Libert}", bet. New York and 

Vermont. 
Koestle Jacob, baker, 165 JS«. Noble, res. same. 
Kohn Geo., macliinist, bds. Kansas Eating Saloon. 
Koiehn John, laborer, res. 118 Union. 
Kolb John A., grocer, 69 S. Illinois, res. same. 
Kolb Wm., boarding house, 28 and 30 Kentucky ave. 
Koldhoff Low., blacksmith, bds. Jack Myer. 
Koler John, laborer, res. 71 Elm. 
Koontz A., res. IST. Illinois. 
Koort Erederick, laborer, res. 69 N. Bright. 
Kork Charles, printer Indiana Free Press. 
Kortyreter AVm., tailor, res. 69 IS. Noble. 
Kossebaum John G., grocer, 153 Massachusetts ave., res. 

same. 
Kothe William, watchman Washington foundry, res. 69 

Davidson. 
Kolthotr Henrich, laborer, res. Biddle, near city limits. 
Kown James, teamster, cor. Oak and Massachusetts ave. 
Krause Philip, laborer, res. 6G E. St. Mury. 
Krauso Wm., (K. & Wittinberg,) res. S. E. Alabama, bet. 

Ohio and Market. 
Krause and Wittenberg, proprietors German Dry Goods 

Store, 43 and 45 E. Washington. 
Krauth Ernst W., clerk 14 W. Washington, bds. 137 E. 

Washington. 
Kregelo. Blake & Co., j^hming mill, cor. Canal and W. New 

York. 
Kregelo Chas., (K. Blake & Co.,) res. 132 W. New York. 
Kregelo Jacob, carpenter, res. 40 E. St. Clair. 
Kregelo David, planing mill, res. 132 N. West. 
Kreger Christian, carpenter, bds. 41 N. East. 
Kreniger George, grocer, 60 South. 

Kretsch Peter, cigars, tobacco, &c., 93 S. Illinois, res. same. 
Kreutzer John, tailor, res. Tennessee, bet. Fourth and Fifth. 
Krest Charles, laborer, res. 161 N. Liberty. 
Krinn Jacob, laborer, res. 106 St. Joseph. 
Krome Fred., laborer, res. 76 Huron. 
Kroppo Peter, collar maker, 182 S. Pennsylvania. 
Kruger Charles, clerk 70 E. Washington, 'bds. 115 E. Mar- 
ket. 
Kruger Wm., Avorks Merritt & Coughlen's woolen factorj'-, 

bds. 28 Kentucky ave. 

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Kruger Joseph, cistern builder, res. 115 E. Market. 
Krusman Louis, tailoi*, res. 6B East. 
Ivruz Christian, carpenter, 9 McCart}'. 
Kuetemeier Charles, carpenter, res. 142 N. East. 
Ivuhlmann E. H. L., groceries, 187 AV. Washington, res. 

same. 
Kuhn Charles, meat market, res. 107 W. Washington. 
Kunil B., cigar maker, 63 E. Washington. 
Kurtpeter William, tailor, 63 E. Washington, res. 69 Noble. 
Kuschinger Matthew, shoemaker, 64 E. Washington. 
Ivusick John, grocer, West, bet. Maryland and Ceorgia. 
KUNKELMAN KEY. J. A., Eng. Luth.,res. 156 N.Tenn- 

sylvania. 
KUSTEE KEY. C. E., res. 8. New Jersey. 

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Labarre Lewis, moulder, res. 17 S. Illinois. 

Labonte Moses, bds. 10 Mississippi. 

Lack L., waiter, Louis Lang's. 

Ladoy Thomas, boiler maker, res. 259 S. Delaware, 

Lafavrie J., grocer, cor Maryland and Illinois, res. same. 

Lafayette Ivailroad Depot, W. North. 

Lafever Samuel, bowlderer, res. 140 N. Mississippi. 

Lahman Fred, shoemaker at Jones & Vinnedge's, res. E. 

Nat. Eoad. 
Lahn John, laborer, res. 79 E. Market. 
Laing David, Carpenter, res. 20 St. Clair. 
Laird Harr}', tinner, 11 W. Washington. 
Laird W. H., book-keeper, Washington Foundry, res. 140 

N. Illinois. 
Lake John, (Blanc, Borst & Co.,) res. South of city. 
Lake Josejoh, carpenter, bds. 85 Indiana ave. 
Lake Miss M., fancy store, 38 N. Pennsylvania, res. same. 
Lamb Mrs. Marj^ E., cloak maker, with Miss Moon. 
Lamb Peter, porter Morris House, res. 15 Willar J. 
Lamb Yancy, machinist, res. 20 N. Mississippi. 
Lambert William, butcher, 52 S. Delaware. 
Lame John P., railroader, res. 237 Indiana ave. 
Lamley George, laborer, res. 77 N. East. 
Lamotte, tinner, Poot, Bennett & Co. 
Lancaster II. H., salesman New York Store, bds. C. Scnd- 

der's. 
Lancaster Washintjton, shoemaker, 12 S. Illinois, res. same. 
LANDON & HASTINGS, printers and engraves, 8 E. 

AYashington. 
Landon Albert W., (L. & Hastings.) bds. Morris House. 

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Landers Thomas, laborer, 96 S. Delaware. 

Landers Delilah (col.,) washer, res. North, bet. Blackford 

and California. 
Landis Milton M., Freight Ag't T. H. & E. R. E., res. 40 S. 

Pennsylvania. 
Landis Jacob, livery stable, 18 Maryland, res. Maryland. 
Landis A. C, (wid.,) 10-4 Virginia ave. 
Landragin John, clerk, cor. South and Delaware, res. in 

rear. 
Lane Eda, (col.,) res. 123 E. St. Clair. 
Lane Uriah, laborer, res. 170 N. New Jersey. 
Lanenberg H. H., grocer, wholesale and retail, 134 ^Y. 

Washington, res. same. 
LANG LOUIS, restaurant and saloon, 13 E. Washington, 

res. same. 
Lang Samuel, tinner, 69 W. Washington, res. Illinois. 
Lang Wm. W., book-binder Campbell & Boyle, res. 22 W. 

St. Clair. 
Langdein Joseph, grocery, dealer in fancy goods, 160 E. 

Washington, res. same. 
LANGE ALBEET, Auditor of State, res. 43 W. Michigan. 
LANGEEBEEG H. H., wholesale and retail dealer in gro- 
ceries and provisions, 134 cor. W. Washington and 

Mississippi, res. same. 
Langsdale J. M. W., (L. & Pattison,) res. E. of city. 
Langsdale & Pattison, wholesale and retail grocers, 190 E. 

Washington. 
Larges Michael, laborer, res. 252 Indiana ave. 
Lackey Thomas, res. W. Washington. 
Latham William H., teacher Deaf and Dumb Asylum, res. 

93 E. Ohio. 
Latshaw V. K. S., millinery, 22 S. Illinois, res. same. 
Lauer Charles, East Empire Saloon, 162 E. Washington, 

res. 24 N. E. cor. Market and New Jersey. 
Lankford Maria, sewing, res. 70 E. St. Mary's. 
Langsdale Eobert, clerk, 190 E. Washington, bds. Little's 

Hotel. 
Laupheimer Augustus, porter, California House. 
Lawrence A. V"., res. 164 E. Ohio. 

Laurie Wm., salesman New York Store, bds. Morris House. 
Law C. L., (wid.,) res. 106 E. McCarty. 
Lawler Wm., engineer. Bates House. 
Lawless Michael, laborer, res. 90 S. Noble. 
Laws C, engineer, res. 137 N. West. 
Laws Thomas, teamster, res. N. Blake. 
Lawson Elijah, U. S. A., res. 23 S. Illinois. 
Lawson Joseph, rear Sentinel Building. 
Leach Mrs. Eliza, res. 161 S. Tennessee. 



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Leappet Henry, sexton, res. 97 Eailroad, 

Leary Edmond, laborer, S. East. 

Leary P. C, jjrocery, bds. 90 S. Noble. 

Leathers W. W., (L. & Carter,) res. cor. Massachusetts ave. 

and New Jersey. 
LEATHEES & CAETER, attorneys at law, 86 E. Washing- 
ton. 
Leavitt D. A., j)rofes8or of phonography and music, res. 

Meridian. 
Lcbking Charles, shoemaker, res. 54 N. Noble. 
Lechene Charles, shoemaker, 32 E. Washington. 
Lechena Mary A., (wid.,) res. 160 S. Pennsylvania. 
Lechsoni Morris, peddlar, res. Wabash, bet. Liberty and 

Noble. 
Leek Eobt., salesman, New York Store, bds. C. Scudder's. 
LEDDIE JOHN, proprietor Little's Hotel Saloon and Ees- 

taurant, bds. Little's Hotel. 
Lee Benj., clerk M. H. Good's, bds. 31 Indiana ave. 
Lee Charles N., chairmaker, res. 60 N. Noble. 
Lee E. T., hackman, res. 248 Indiana ave. 
Lee H. H., (Ludden & L.,) res. 9 Macy House. 
Lee James, salesman, 53 W. Washington, bds. Macy House. 
Lee M. Gf., proprietor Herald and Ei-a, res. 36 East. 
Lee William, (Doty & L.,) res. State House Saloon. 
Lehr F. A., carpenter, res. 98 N. East. 
Lehr Henry, carpenter, res. 165 E. New York. 
Lehr Philip, carpenter, 165 E. New York. 
Leienberger John, cook Spencer House. 
Leiping Fred., U. S. A., res. Elm. 
Leisemann William, laborer, res. 186 N. Noble. 
Lelly Thomas, tailor, res. 109 W. Michigan. 
Lemon J. W. K., conductor Indiana Central E. E. bds. 

Bates House. 
Lemmon Mrs. Jennie, dress makei-, res. 34 E. Ohio. 
Lemoene Louis, laborer, res. 160 W. Noble. 
Lemons William, brick-layer, bds. 159 E. Ohio. 
Lempeng John, varnisher, bds. 95 Davidson. 
Lendoring Joseph, fireman B. E. E., bds. 91 Eailroad. 
Lendoring Mrs. H., res. 91 Eailroad. 
Lenenger Michael, (L. & Ferling,) res. 102 Vermont. 
Lenenger & Ferlenger, barbers, under American Express 

Office. 
Lennert Ferdinand, stamp maker, 16^ S. Illinois, res. same. 
Lennert Mrs. S., embroidering and stamping, 16|^ S. Illinois, 

res. same. 
Lentz Gotleib, butcher, res. 159 Maryland. 
Lentz William, wagon driver Union Steam Bakery. 
Leonard Michael, laborer, res. 29 South. 

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Leopold Lewis, cook, 13 S. Illinois. 

Lerley Absalom T., brick-layer, res. 48 S. East. 

Lerley Joseph, cooper, res. 50 S. East. 

Leroy John, bds. Ohio House. 

Lesh Andrew, with Wm. Ilannaman. 

Levi Jacob, tailor, 87 E. Washington, res. same. 

Levien S., clerk quartermaster department, res. 22 S. Mis- 
sissippi. 

Lev}^ Joseph, tinner, C9 W. Washington, res. W. Washing- 
ton. 

Levy Mrs. Mary F., (wid.,) res. 74 W. Yermont. 

Lewark D. M., teamster, res. Mississippi, bet. First and Sec- 
ond. 

Jjewis Hiram L., teamster, res. 281 S. East. 

Lewis James, bar-keeper Oriental Saloon. 

Lewis John, works rolling mill, bds. 19 Willard. 

Lewis Thos., secretary for Lunatic and Blind Asj^lums, res. 
55 Meridian. 

Lex Lewis, pressman Dodd & Co., res. Vermont, bet. Noble 
and Davidson. 

Lex Jacob, works Dodd & Co., res. Vermont, bet. Noble and 
Davidson. 

Lichtenhein Zach., sutler IT. S. A., res. 63 W. New York. 

Licket Geo., laborer, res. 238 Madison avo. 

Licber Hiram, gilt frames, mouldings and paintings, ^tna 
Building, 15 N. Pennsylvania, res. 123 N. Liberty. 

Liebrich Louis, porter Bobert Browning, res. 172 W. North. 

Lietz J., painter, 31 W. Washington, res. Market. 

Lightner Daniel, res. 161 S. Tennessee. 

Likerd Simon, laborer, res. 3 N. New Jersey. 

Lilly J. 0. D., (C. G. Perkins & Co.,) res. 69 W. Now York. 

Linn Ad., laborer, res. cor. Noble and Virginia ave. 

Linby A., boot and shoe dealer, res. 17 S. Mississippi. 

Lindmann Frank, salesman 101 E. Washington, bds. same. 

Lindenbower Wm. H., (Todd & L.,) res. 203 E. St. Clair. 

Lindley H. J., book-keecper 39 W. Washington, res. 23 In- 
diana ave. 

Lindley Jacob, wholesale and retail dealer in china, glass 
and queensware, 16 W. Washington, res. 35 N. 3Ieridian. 

Lindley Lemlcy, conductor Bellefontaine E. E., res. Wabash, 
bet. Liberty and Noble. 

Linn Alex., collar maker Sulgrove & Eeyn(dds, res. alle}^ 
bet. Arsenal and W. Market House. 

Linn Wm. H., foreman Indiana American. 

Linn Wintield S., compositor Indiana AiMcricau. 

Linter John, grocer, res. Indiana ave, 

Lintler John, at Lamb's store, res. 273 S. East. 

LINTNEE C. H. & CO., grocers, 1 Indiana ave. 

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Lintner C. H (C. H. L. & Co,) res. 11 Indiana ave. 
Lintner Isaac H, clerk, (J. L. & Son,) bds. J. Lintner, In- 

diana ave. ' 

Lintner John H, grocer, 140 E. Washington, res. same. 
Ijintner J k Son, grocers, cor. North and Indiana ave 
Lintner Daniel, (J. L. & Son,) res. Indiana ave 
Lmtz A., boots and shoes, 39 W. Washington, res 17 S Mis- 
sissippi. 

Lintz Conrad, wood chopper, res. cor. Maryland and West 
Lintz John K., salesman 39 W. Washington, bds. 17 Missis- 
sippi. 

Liscomb E. A., bds. Bates House 
Little Mrs. Mary E., res. 130 N. Alabama. 
Little Wilber, bds. 130 N. Alabama 
Little W. T., brass foundry. 

LITTLE'S HOTEL, A. H. Hyde, proprietor, cor. New Jer- 
sey and Washington. 
LITTLE'S HOTEL SALOON AND EESTAUEANT John 

Ledlie proprietor. ' 

Liver A., grocer, 46 S. Meridian, res. same. 
Livsey WHiam, (L. & Co.,) bds. Morris House. 
i^ivsey <\; Co., brass foundry, Lousiana, near Union Depot 

i.loyd , messenger Adams Express Co., bds. Palmer 

House. 

Locke Erie paymaster U. S. A., res. 40 N. Pennsylvania. 
Locke J (L k Bro.,) res. 163 N. Pennsylvania. 
Locke Joseph, res. 163 N. Pennsylvania 

dlat"^'"'''' '"^'""'^''^® '^Sents, cor. Washington and Meri 

Lockridge John, cooper, W. Indianapolis 
Lockwood Isaac, pedlar, res. 44 Ptailroad 
Lockman Chas grocer, res. cor. Virginia ave. and Cedar. 
Logan Bernard, grocer, 129 W. South, res. same, 
l^ogan Ihomas, cabinet maker, res. 127 W South 
Logan Patrick, laborer, res. 179 S. New Jersey 
Lohman Mrs. Pimelia, res. 120 E Market ' 

Lohmann E., cigar maker, bds. Maey House 
LohriBann Paul, saddler at Sulgrove & Eeynolds', res. alley 
bet. St. Clair and Walnut *^ 

^nl?r^'!?T.'!;r^/,V"'^'^^'^^'^' ^^«- 1-^^ ^- Tennessee. 
LONCt KEY. GEOEGE, minister, res. 33 N. New Jersey 
Long James, with M. H. Good, bds. Palmer House ^' 
X ^v'l^.. ^®^P^' shoemaker, res. 147 N. Pennsylvania 
LONG MATTHEW undertikpr- 9Q d X"/ /,. °'^- 
J r.r.r. r\ T7^ 1 , ' "'^^e^taker, 28 b. Meridian, res. same. 

House"' '^'■■^''''P®^ ^^°™« Souse Saloon, bds. SMorris 
Long Oliver, engineer, bds. Little^s Hotel 
Longenecker Saml., grocer, W. Indianapolis. 



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Longley John F., chair maker, res. 157 Massachusetts 
ave. 

LOOMIS WM. H., green house and nursery, res. 189 Vir- 
ginia ave. 

Lorchet Peter, laborer, res. E. Maryland. 

Lord E. N., (H. A. Fletcher & Co.,) res. 12 W. North. 

Lord John M., president EoUing Mill, res. 141 N. Illinois. 

Loucks Cornelius, butcher shop, 163 Virginia ave., res. 46 
Benton. 

Loucks G. W., bds. 46 S. Benton. 

Loucks James, carpenter, 194 cor. New Jersey and St. Clair. 

Loucks William W., carpenter, res. 123 N. Alabama. 

Louden A. A., res. 57 N. Illinois. 

Louden James, clerk, res. 140 Virginia ave. 

Louder Mrs. Sarah, res. 86 N. Meridian. 

Louks David W., city marshal, res. cor. Oak and Cherry. 

Lounay Wm., laborer, res. 35 Huron. 

Love Gen. John, res. 49 N. Tennessee. 

Love William, (Spann & L.,) res. E. Washington. 

LOVETT C. D., bar-keeper 220 E. Washington, bd's. same. 

Low Charles, carpenter, 18 S. New Jersey, res. 148 E. North. 

Low Nahum, carpenter, 18 S. New Jersey, res. 148 E. North. 

Lowes Bradley, carpenter, res. Spring, bet. Michigan and 
Vermont. 

Lowe Geo., carriage manufacturer, 99 E. Washington, res. 
Pennsylvania, opp. Blind Asylum. 

Lowe John, carpenter, res. 152 N. Delaware, 

Lowe Mrs. Margaret, (wid.,) seamstress, res. 51 W. South. 

Lowe N., printer. Sentinel Offices, res. 148 North. 

Lowraan Charles, laborer, res. Winston near Biddle. 

Lowman Mrs. Nancy, dress making, res. 58 E. St. Clair. 

Lowry George E., clerk, bds. 53 Massachusetts ave. 

Lowry Eobert, teamster, J^tna Mills. 

LOWRY WILEY M., druggist, 49 Massajihusetts ave, res. 
53 Massachusels ave. 

Lubking Charles, shoemaker, res. 54 Noble. 

Lucas James, (col.,) whitewasher, res. 149 N. Alabama. 

Lucid John, laborer, res. 157 S. Tennessee. 

Ludden B. M., (L. & Lee,) res. cor. Maryland and Illinois. 

LUDDEN & LEE, drugs and teas, 14 Bates House, N. Illi- 
nois. 

Ludlow Siles, traveling agent, res. 147 N. Delaware. 

Ludlum J. E., res. 230 N. Illinois. 

Lue Michael, clerk McKernan & Pierce, bds. 27 Indiana 
ave. 

Lukins Richard, res. 76 S. East. 

Luoney Dennis, traveling agent I. C. R. R., res. 110 W. 
Georgia. 

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Liipton "William C, Deputy Auditor of State, res. 160 N. 
Pennsylvania. 

Luther Mrs. Caroline, washer, res. 184 N. Delaware. 

Lutheran Church, cor. of S. East and Georgia. 

Lutheran School House, Georgia, E. of Lutheran Church. 

Lutman Samuel, railroader, res. 32 N. Spring. 

Luzzatti Abraham, laborer, AY. Indianapolis. 

Lykins Mrs. Margaret, (wid.,) washer, 83 cor. Pine and 
Elm. 

Lynch G. G., (L. & Kane,) res. 49 Indiana ave. 

Lynch Jerry, yard-man Little's Hotel. 

Lynch Jerry, laborer, res. 112 S. East. 

Lynch John, boarding house, 16 S. Pennsylvania. 

Lynch Michael, shoemaker for Thomas A. Connor, 18 Del- 
aware. 

Lynch Patrick, engineer, Dumont & Sinker, i-es. 95 Bates. 

Lynch Thos. H., school teacher, res. 14 N. Meridian. 

Lynch & Keane, wholesale and retail dry goods, &c., 33 W. 
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McAdams Hugh H., painter, res. 17 N. Harris. 

McAffrey John, teamster, res. 157 W. Maryland. 

McAha Margaret, res. 22 on ally, E. of S. East. 

McAnulty Peter A., conductor T. H. & R. R. R., res. 39 W. 
Michigan. 

McArthur, John B., miller, res. 152 N. Tennessee. 

McArthy Timothy, laborer, res. E. Wyoming. 

McBaker Thomas, saloon, W. Pearl, res. 68 E. Michigan. 

McBride Michael, peddlar, res. 142 JST. Liberty. 

McCabe John, clerk Telegraph Restaurant, bds, same. 

McCabe Matthew, finisher, Low's carriage shop, res. 5 For- 
est ave. 

McCallian John, machinist, 284 Madison ave. 

McCann Dr. S. D., office 29 N. East, res. same. 

McCann Patrick, laborer, 182 S. Delaware. 

McCann Thomas, 147 S. Delaware. 

McCarron George, tailor, res. 168 N. Delaware. 

McCarthy Eugene, moulder, bds. National Hotel. 

McCarthy M.^B., res. 132 S. Alabama. 

McCarthy Simon, res. 9 S. Mississippi, 

McCarty William, moulder res. 173 E. Ohio. 

McCaw Mrs. Nancy, (wid.,) res. 127 N. Mississippi. 

McChesney Jeremiah, res. 61 N. Pennsylvania. 

McChesney Jacob B., res. cor. Pennsylvania and Virginia 
ave. 



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McChesney "VYm. L., book-keeper Branch Bank, bds. Penn- 
sylvania. 

McClamrock Mrs. Nancy, (wid.,) res. 90 Indiana avc. 

McCloud Matilda, (col.,) washer, res. 91 S. Tennessee. 

McClure Henry, printer, res. 140 S. East. 

McClure Theophilus, printer at Journal Office, res. 93 TV". 
South. 

McCoUough J. II., student, bds. 130 N. New Jersey. 

Mc(>onnell James, sup't Union Saloon. 

McCool Wm., laborer, res. 239 S. Delaware. 

McCord B. E., (McC. & Wheatley,) res. out of city. 

McCord Mrs. Hannah, bds. 88 N. New Jersey. 

McCOKD & WHEATLEY, dealers in all kinds of lumber, 
laths, &c., 119 S. Delaware. 

McCormac Jedediali, carpenter, W. IndianajDolis. 

McCormack A. D., cutter for E. A. Hall, res. 229 N. Tenn- 
essee. 

McCormick J. L., carpenter, res. Tennessee, bet. Fifth and 
Sixth. 

McCown Jas. H., harness-maker, 20 W, Washington, res. 
89 Massachusetts ave 

McCOY EEY. JAMES, Congregational, res. 46 S. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

McCoy E. B., artist New Y^ork Picture Gallery, bds. Far- 
mers' Hotel. 

McCoy Theodore, conducter Central E. E., res. 43 E. Geor- 
gia. 

McCoy Thomas, barber, 145 W. Washington, res. same. 

McCoy W. W., res. 127 N. Mississippi. 

McCrcady Nathan, artist, 33 W. Washington. 

McCucheon J. C, book-keeper, 25 W. Washington, bds. 
Mrs. Stewart's, N. Meridian. 

McCune Thos., fireman I. & C. E. E., res. cor. Bates and 
Benton. 

McCurdy Geo. W., book-keeper, 5G E. Washington, res. 
Vermont, bet. Liberty and Biddle. 

McDermond J. W., salesman Boston Store, res. 21 W. Mich- 
igan. 

McDermot Jas., boiler maker, res. 81 W. Maryland. 

McDevitt John, clerk Exchange Billiard Eooms, bds. with 
Mrs. Hoyett. 

McDonald Alice, res. 74 N. Missouri. 

McDonald C. E., bds. 85 N. Pennsylvania. 

McDonald David, attorney at law, office Yohn's Block, res. 
85 N. Pennsylvania. 

McDonald E. M., clerk 8 N. Pennsylvania, bds. 93 N. Penn- 
sylvania. 

McDonald J. E., (McD. & Eoach,) res. 93 N. Pennsylvania. 



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McDonald Pat., works Eolling Mill, res. 10 Willard. 

McDonald & Koache, attorneys at law, ^Etna Building. 

McDonnough James, inspector U. S. warehouse. 

McDoodle Wra., railroader, res. 70 S. Noble. 

McDougal John, laborer Eolling Mill, res. 50 S. East. 

DcDowel John, bds. 5 Kentucky ave. 

McEwan R., conductor T. H. & R. E. E., bds. Bates House. 

McElwee John, carpenter, res. 154 N. Mississippi. 

McFarland Miss Charlotte, res. 1-4 E. St. Clair. 

McFAELAND JAMES A., clerk Palmer House. 

MeFarland Laura W., res. 14 E. St. Clair. 

McFarland William, baker, bds. 4 S. Meridian. 

McGraw John A., stencil cutter, res. 114 N. Mississippi. 

McGee Edward, boiler maker, Western Machine Works. 

McGenn Charles B., moulder, res. 259 S. Pennsylvania. 

McGriffin Samuel, superintendent work department Blind 
Institute, res. 152 N. Pennsylvania. 

McGrinnis , tailor, 158 W. Washington, res. 1G2 W. 

Washington. 

McGrinnis Christ., tailor, 3 E. Washington. 

McGinnis Col. G. F., 11th Ind. volunteers, res. Meridian, jST. 
of city limits. 

McGinnis J., grocer, 228 E. Washington, res. 244 E. Wash- 
ington. 

McGinnis Nicholas, tailor, 158 W. Washington, res. same. 

McGinnis Owen, merchant tailor and clothier, 39 E. Wash- 
ington, res. 26 Virginia ave. 

McGinnis Peter, tailor, 19 W.Washington, bds. Union House. 

McGinnis Stewart, tailor, 39 E. Washington, bds. 26 Vir- 
ginia ave. 

McGinnis Thomas, tailor, 19 W. Washington, bds. Farmers' 
Hotel. 

McGlothlin J. A., gunsmith, res. 232 S. Alabama. 

McGray Daniel, laborer, res. 19 E. Georgia. 

McHugh Thomas, laborer, res. Jackson, near city limits. 

Mclntyre Mrs. Catharine, (wid.,) res. Illinois, bet. Second 
.and Third. 

Mclntyre Chas., wood sawyer, res. 133 N. Tennessee. 

Mclntj^re James, auctioneer, res. 12 N. East. 

Mclntyre Thos., superintendent Deaf and Dumb A.sylum. 

Mclvcr John C, (Baker & McI.,) res. 24 S. Illinois. " 

McKenna John, machinist, res. 69 S. New Jersey. 

McKernan James H., (McK. & Pierce,) res. 11 Circle. 

McKernan J., law student, bds. 11 Circle. 

McKernan & Pierce, real estate and commission agents, 39 
W. Washington. 

McKibben J. E., carpenter, res. 226 IMassachusetts ave. 

McKinley Alex., expressman, res. lOU Ft. Wayne ave. 

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166 INDIANAPOLIS 



McKinley Harvey, plasterer, bds. 179 E. Market. 

McKinley James, res. 148 E. New York. 

McKinney David, fireman Terre Haute E. E., bds. 107 S. 
Tennessee. 

McKinnoy James, clerk 4 S. Meridian, res. 69 S. New Jer- 
sey. 

McKinney William, (col.,) laborer, res. 141 W. Washington. 

McKinnie Henry, clerk Little's Hotel, bds. same. 

McKnight Geo., harness maker for Hinesley, res. 8 Willard. 

McLain , teamster, res. E. National Eoad. 

McLain Joseph, farmer, res. 128 E. Georgia. 

McLane Albert, painter and paper hanger, res. 8 W. North. 

McLaughlin Captain John A., res. 232 S. Alabama. 

McLean's Female Seminary, cor. Meridian and Ohio, Eev. 
C. Sturdevant, principal. 

McLene J., wholesale and retail watches, jewelry, &c., 1 
Bato^! House, bds. same. 

3'fTjyi!i<.i!t William, clerk 7 N. Pennsylvania, bds. 9 Henry. 

McMaiiau Patrick, laborer, res. 178 S. East. 

McMillin Charles, clerk 101 W.Washington, bds. Vermont, 
bet. West and California. 

McSlillin Samuel, i-eal estate agent, 31 W. Washington, res. 
38 E. Vermont. 

McMillin Thomas, engineer Terre Haute E. E., bds. 38 E. 
Vermont. 

McMullen George, engineer, res. near city limits. 

McMurray Eobert, tobacconist, 35 W. Washington, res. Illi- 
nois, bet. Second and Third. 

McNamara M., brakeman Indianapolis & Cincinnati E. E., 
res. 75 S. Alabama. 

McNabb Stephen, brick dealer, res. 143 S. Mississippi. 

McNally Terry, laborer, res. Elm. 

McNeeley John, carpenter, res. 151 N. Mississippi. 

McNeely John B., clerk 5 Bates House, Washington, bds. 
cor. Mississippi and Michigan. 

McOuat Andrew, wood sawyer, res. Patterson. 

McOuat A. W., (E. L. & A. W. McO.,) res. Loukabee. 

McOuat George, bds. N. E. cor. New York and East. 

McOuat Mrs. J. S., res. N. E. cor. New York and East. 

McOuat Eobert L., (E. L. & A. W. McO.,) res. 22 W. New 
York, cor. Illinois. 

McOUAT E. L. & A. W., manufacturers and dealers in 
stoves, tinware, &c., 69 W. Washington. 

McPherson Margaret, res. 18 N. Delaware. 

McEeady James, boarding house, res. 10 W. Market. 

McTaggert, Cofiin & Co., pork-packers, office cor. Washing- 
ton and Delaware. 

McTaggert Israel, (McT., Coffin & Co.,) res. 90 E. Market. 

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McTaggert J. W., bds. Macy House. 

McVay Daniel, blacksmith, 203 W. Washingtovi. 

McWorkraan Jas., late superintendent Blind Asylum. 

MACY DAVID, attorney at law, president and superinten- 
dent Peru & Indianapolis R. R., office 81 E. Washing- 
ton, up stairs, res. 78 N. Delaware. 

MACY HOUSE, cor. Illinois and Market, J. Edward Red- 
ford, proprietor. 

Maag Fred., Exchange Billiard Room. 

Madden James H., plasterer, res 129 E. New York: 

Madison R. R. freight office. South, bet. Delaware and Penn- 
sylvania. 

Madison R. R. engine house and shop, S. W. cor. Delaware 
and Merrill. 

Maglen Michael, drayman, res. 70 N. Powell. 

MAGNOLIA SALOON, S. A. Flagg, proprietor, 9 S. Illi- 
nois. 

Maguire Douglass, (Wright, Bates k M.,) res. 38 E. Ohio. 

Maguire Harvey, printer Sentinel Office. 

Maguire H. P., salesman 6 Bates House, bds. 41 E. Mich- 
igan. 

Mahoney James, laborer at gas works, res. 36 S. Alabama. 

Mahoney Patrick, laborer, res. 210 S. Delaware. 

Maier Chas., plow maker at Beard, Starr & Co's., bds. Ohio 
House. 

Mains Samuel, mail agent, res. 59 N. Pennsylvania. 

Majes Wm., cooper, bds. Ohio House. 

Major Sterm, attorney at law, 19J E. Washington, res. out- 
side city limits. 

Maker Geo. W., painter, res. 18G Massachusetts ave. 

Maker Thomas, painter, res. 188 Massachusetts ave. 

Maloon John, brakeraan Terre Haute R. R. 

Malone Patrick, vrorks Rolling Mill, res. E. Wyoming. 

Maloner Abner, carpenter, res. 107 N. Alabama. 

MALOTT V. T., teller Branch of the Bank of the State of 
Indiana, bds. with J. F. Ramsay. 

Manges Frank, cigar maker, ses. 130 S. Delaware. 

Manheimer David, salesman Dessar & Bro,, res. 30 N. Mis- 
sissippi. 

Manlove Wm. R., student at law. College Hall, bds. 25 E. 
Michigan. 

Mann Alfred J., carpenter, res, Davidson, bet. New York 
and Yermont. 

Mann Daniel, carpenter, res. 179 Railroad. 

Mann James, teamster, res. 95 S. East. 

Mann Mrs. Margaret, (wid.,) nurse, res. 207 N. Tennessee. 

Mann Samuel, laborer, res. 270 Indiana ave. 

Mannfeld Geo., cutter, works Goepper, res. 146 N. East. 

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168 INDIANAPOLIS 



Mannfeld Julius, tailor, 15 E. Washington. 

Mannheimer D., clerk Desser & Bro., res. 30 N. Mississippi. 

Manning E. C, wholesale and retail manufacturer and dea- 
ler in boots and shoes, 27 S. Illinois, res. same. 

Manning Charles, carpenter, res. 137 Railroad. 

Manning Thos. S., confectioner, res. 38 W. Ohio. 

Mansfield Thos., blacksmith, works 34 Kentucky ave., res. 
W. side Missouri, S. of South. 

Mansur Franklin, pork-packer, bds. 8 E. Yermont. 

Mansur J.. (W. & J. M.,) bds. Bates House. 

Mansur Jeremiah, res. 8 E. Yermont. 

Mansur W., (W. & J. M.,) res. 9 Ohio. 

Mansur W. & J., pork-packers and provision dealers, 14 S. 
Meridian. 

Many A. J., harness maker, 103 E. Washington, bds. 67 N. 
Noble. 

MANY CHARLES, carpenter, bds. 67 N. Noble. 

MANY GERARD, professor of French language, bds. 67 
N. Noble. 

MANY JOHN B., carpenter and builder,. 34 N. Spring, res. 
67 N. Noble. 

Mapes C. F., hackman, res. 107 E. Ohio. 

Marcee Joseph R., saw mill, bet. Little's Hotel and Peru De- 
pot. 

Marchant Charles, waiter. Little's Hotel. 

Marchant Isaac, Jr., book-keeper Merritt & Coughlin, res. 
cor. Market and California. 

Marchant John, waiter Little's Hotel. 

Marcus Elius, carpenter and builder, 59 W. Georgia, res. 
same. 

Marcus Joseph, express wagon, res. 113 E. McCarty. 

Marion Agricultural Works, cor. Tennessee and Merrill. 

Marker John, cabinet maker, res. 271 S. Delaware. 

Markert George, shoemaker, res. 91 St. Joseph. 

Markham Thomas, blacksmith, res. 26 Massachusetts ave. 

MARLE CHRISTIAN, manufacturer and dealer in boots 
and shoes, 73 E. Washington, res. 72 Delaware. 

Marlin John brick-mason, res. Orient. 

Marlin William, salesman New York Store, bds. C. Scudder. 

Marmont Hugo, proprietor Jackson House, 130 W. Wash- 
ington. 

Mars Wm. A., gutta percha roofing, res. 97 Yirginia ave. 

Marry Daniel, railroader, res. W. Elizabeth. 

MARSEE REY. JOSEPH, res. 147 E. South. 

Marsh Henry, railroader, res. Missouri, S. of South. 

Marsh John, laborer, res. 67 N. West. 

Marsh Lewis, tailor, res. 10 S. West. 

Marshall Benj., laborer, res. S. E. Michigan Road. 

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Marshall C. M., manufacturer and dealer in cigars, tobacco, 
&c., 1 door N. of Exchange Building, res. same. 

Marshall Levi, carpenter, res. 77 S. New Jersey. 

Martin , brakemau Terro Haute R. R., bds. 107 S. Ten- 
nessee. 

Martin John II., (col.,) cook U. S. A., res. Mississippi. 

Martin John W., clerk, bds. 58 N. East. 

Martin Joseph, waiter Spencer House. 

Martin J. W., deputy Secretary of State, bds. 58 IST. East. 

Martin L. Ti., attorney at law, 10 E, Washington, bds. Mrs. 
McCready's. 

Martin Matthew, confectioner Union Steam Bakery. 

Martin Michael, cooper, bds. East Street House. 

Martin Eobert, moulder, res. 113 N. New Jersey. 

Martin liobert, chair maker, 328 S. Delaware. 

Martin Samuel, laborer, in i-ear of 17 Virginia ave. 

Martin William, bar-keeper, res. 96 N. Mississippi. 

Martindale Mrs. Julia A., seamstress, res. 129 N. East. 

Martindale Samuel, res. Chevry, near University. 

Martz Henry K., mill-wright, res. 99 N. Noble. 

Martz Sarah, dress-maker, res. 39 N. Alabama. 

Marvel George, toll-gate keeper, Fall Creek bridge. 

Maskil Denny, laborer, res. Illinois, bet. Second and Third. 

Mason B., messenger American Express Compan}^, bds. 
Bates House. 

Mason Mrs. Louisa, res. 102 E. New York. 

MASON MADISON, (col.,) eating saloon, cor. Louisiana 
and Illinois, res. Washington. 

Mason R., engraver, 27 Washington, bds. Spencer House. 

Mason Wm. F.. school teacher, res. 14 N. Meridian. 

MASONIC HALL, cor. W. Washington and Tennessee. 

Mastus Philo, wood-sawyer, res. 33 S. Liberty. 

Mather John, engineer Lawrenceburg car shop, res. 93 Bates. 

Mathews C, bar-tender, res. Wabash, bet. New Jersey and 
East. 

Mathweg John, boot and shoemaker, 51 W. Washington, 
res, cor. Ohio and Tennessee. 

Matthe Wm., salesman 81 and 83 E. Washington, bds. 12-1 E. 
Market. 

Mattlies Clemens, eating and drinking saloon, 163 E. Wash- 
ington. 

Matthews J. W., salesman New York Store, bds. Morris 
House. 

Matthews William, feed store, res. 124 E. Market. 

Matthias David, res. 188 S. Tennessee. 

Matthias Henry, laborer, res. Elm. 

Mattler Anna Mary, Washington House, 80, E. of Union 
Depot. 

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170 INDIANAPOLIS 



MATTLER STEPHEN, proprietor Union House, cor. Illi- 
nois and South. 
Mauldin James, (M. & Co.,) res. Boston. 
Mauldin & Co., boots and shoes, 53 W. Washington. 
Maxfield George, res. cor. North and Tennessee. 
Maxwell Charles, artist, 33 "VY. Washington, bds. Farmers' 

Hotel. 
Maxwell J. C, bds. Macy House. 
MAXWELL S. D., Mayor of city, office Glenns' Block, res. 

156 E. Ohio. 
May Mrs. Sarah, (wid.,) res. 11 Henry. 
May Adam, cooper 58 S. East, res. 81 S. East. 
May Edwin, architect and pi'oprietor of May's patent jail, 

res. 75 N. Pennsylvania. 
Maj^ John, drayman, res. 119 E. McCarty. 
May E. Iv., with Wm. Sheets, res. 116 W. New York. 
MAYER CHARLES, wholesale and retail dealer in fancy 

goods, notions, &c., 29 W. Washington, res. cor. Illinois 

and North. 
Mayer Christ., carpenter, res. 125 N. Liberty. 
Mayer John, drayman, res. 200 Massachusetts ave. 
Mayer John F., umbrella manufacturer and dealer, 65 East 

Washington, res. 63 St. Joseph. 
Mayer Joseph, harness maker, 20 W. Washington, bds. 

Pyle House. 
Mayer Mrs. Mary, (wid.,) washer, res. 68 W. Ohio. 
Mayer Wilhelm, plow maker with Beard, Starr & Co., bds. 

Ohio House. 
Mayers Xavier, Root's foundry, res. 254 S. Delaware. 
Mayhew E. C, (E. C. M. & Co.,) bds. 115 E. Ohio. 
Mayhew E. C. & Co., wholesale boots and shoes, Roberts' 

Block, opp. Union Depot. 
Mayhew Parrish, clerk, cor. Washington and Illinois, bds. 

160 Tennessee. 
Mayhew Royal, res. Michigan Road 
Maynehan Andrew, laborer, res. 245 S. Pennsylvania. 
Mays Thomas, shoemaker, res. 102 E. McCart}'. 
Mead Jas., clerk Skillen's feed store, res. Pine, cor. Fletcher 

and Forest ave's. 
Mears G. W., physician, res. 47 N. Meridian. 
Mechreles Henry, carpenter, res. 7 Willard. 
Meek Alonzo, engineer I. & C. R R., res. 24 Huron. 
Meek Robert, master machinist I. & C. R. R., bds. 103 S. 

Alabama. 
Meek E. L., suttler U. S. A., bds. Ohio House. 
Meerbarger G. W., butcher, bds. 120 N. Mississippi. 
Meikel Charles P., printer, Sentinel Office, bds. 65 N. Miss- 
issippi. 



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Meikel Mrs. Catharine, (wid.,) res. G5 N. Mississippi. 

Meikei Frederick, book-binder. Journal Office, bds. G5 N. 
Mississippi. 

Meikel Henry P., brewer, bds. 135 W. Maryland. 

Meikel John P., brewer, res. 135 W. Maryland. 

Meikel's Brewery, "W. Maryland. 

Meiners Cornelius, saw-mill, res. 219 N. New Jersey. 

Meller Dr. W., res. 13 Kentucky ave. 

Melville E. B., cutter Glaser & Bros., res. 70 Tennessee. 

Merchants' Dispatch, W. T. Clark, ag't, 3U W. Washing- 
ton. 

Merdick James Y., miller, bds. 179 E. Market. 

Meredith S. C, mail ag't Cincinnati E. E., res. 52 N. Black- 
ford. 

Meredith "Wm. M., printer, Journal Office, res. New Jersey, 
bet. Michigan and jSTorth. 

Mermont H., saloon, 136 W. Washington. 

MEEEILL JOHX F., M. D., eclectic physician, 156 Wash- 
ington, res. 134 W. New York. 

Merrill Samuel, (M. «fc Co.,) res. S. W. cor. Alabama and 
Merrill. 

MEEEILL & CO., publishers, wholesale and retail dealers 
in books, stationery, &c., Glenns' Block. 

Merrimon Ed. S., clerk E. B. Drake & Co., bds. 181 E. Ohio. 

Merrimon J. M., (E. B. Drake & Co.,) res. 136 Virginia 
ave. 

Merrit Geo., (31. & Coughlen,) res. 102 West.^ 

Merritt J. C, factoryman, res. 126 W. New York. 

Merritt <fe Coughlen, proprietors Ohio Premium Woolen 
Factory, W. Washington, near White Eiver Bridge. 

Merrymon Edward, painter, res. 181 E. Ohio. 

Mersmer Fred., pianist Eagle Saloon, bds. same. 

Metaugh John, carpenter, res. 127 W. New York. 

METEOPOLITAN HALL, cor. Washington and Tennes- 
see, V. Butsch, prop'r. 

Metzger A., (A. & J. M.,) 55 E. Maryland. 

METZGEE A. & J., Union Steam Bakery, 11 N. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Metzger George, saw filer, res. 16 E. Michigan. 

Metzger J., (A. & J. M.,) res. 11 N. Pennsylvania. 

Meyers Charles, blacksmith, bds. 28 Indiana ave. 

Meyer Christ., frame maker for H. Leiber, res. Liberty. 

MEYEE C. J., manufacturer, wholesale and retail dealer 
in chairs, furniture, &c., 171 E. Washington, res. same. 

Meyer Frank, moulder, bds. 124 S. Delaware. 

Meyer Geo., F., manufacturer, wholesale and retail dealer 
in cigars, tobacco, &c., 35 W. Washington, res. 56 W. 
Yermont. 



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172 INDIANAPOLIS 



Meyer Haur, plow maker for Beard, Starr & Co., bds. Ohio 
House. 

Meyer Jacob C, cai-penter, res. 181 Indiana ave. 

Meyer Ludwig, drayman, res. Davidson. 

Meyer Martin, fancy turner, umbrella maker and repairer, 
133 E. Washington, res. same. 

Mej^er Peter, wood sawyer, 266 S. Delaware. 

Me^^er William, drayman, res. 92 Union. 

]\Iichael Philip, U. S. A., res. Central, E. of Liberty. 

Michaily John, carpenter, res. Tennessee, bet. Third and 
Fourth. 

Michel Elizabeth, (wid.,) washer, res. 246 Madison ave. 

Mictchel Jacob, clerk Ghiser &: Bros., Bates House. 

Michett Eobert M., house carpenter, res. 95 St. Joseph. 

Mickguin John, laborer, res. 5 Bates. 

MIDDLEMAS D. C, wholesale and retail grocer and dealer 
in wines and liquors, 196 W. Washington, res. same. 

Midheffar Heniy, draj'man, res. 75 Bluff Eoad. 

Mierstedt Augustus, res. 112 W. Vermont. 

Mielsch Marris, clerk at arsenal, res. 69 N. Mississippi. 

Miftlin James, (col.,) bai'ber, res. 40 West. 

Migga Eichard, laborer, 250 S. Pennsylvania. 

Miller A. R., silversmith, shop 155 E. South, 

Miller Andrew, drayman, res. 102 S. Tennessee. 

Miller Anthony, carpenter, res. 109 E. Vermont. 

Miller Charles G., saloon, cor. Washington and East, res. 
same. 

Miller Christian, carpenter, res. 125 Davidson. 

Miller Edward, res. 135 E. Ohio. 

Miller Mrs. Emily, (wid.,) res. 155 W. Vermont. 

Miller George, laborer, res. E. end Market. 

Miller G. W., physician, res. 158 N. Illinois. 

Miller Henry, trader, res. 189 S. New Jersey. 

Miller Henry, laborer, res. 118 N. Missouri. 

Miller Henry W., carpenter, res. 135 N. Noble. 

Miller Henry, carpenter, 154 N. East. 

Miller J., attorney at law, 84 E. Washington, bds. 44 Penn- 
sylvania. 

Miller John, laborer, res. John, near Winston. 

Miller Leonard, tailor, res. Pratt, near Delaware. 

Miller Mrs. Mary, (wid.,) res. 89 S. Tennessee. 

Miller Oliver A., railroader, bds. 107 S. Tennessee. 

Miller Eandolph, silversmith, res. 75 S. New Jersey. 

Miller William, ticket agent Union depot, bds. Charles Ker- 
per 21 Indiana ave. 

Miller William, laborer, res. Maryland, bet. West and Cali- 
fornia. 

MILITAEY HALL, 24^ E. Washington. 



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Mills H. W., (Alford, M. & Co.,) res. 115 E. Ohio. 

Milton H. T., U. S. A., res. 25-t Indiana ave. 

Mineck , res. 39 N. California. 

Minick Hii-am, res. 275 S. Delaware. 

Minteeth T., carpenter, res. 81 South. 

Mitchell Jacob, book-keeper Glaser &, Bros., res. 59 Massa- 
chusetts ave. 

Mitchell Jas. B., (col,,) barber, res. on Canal, N. of Michi- 
gan. 

Mitchell James L., (Ketcham & M.,) bds. Bates House. 

Mitchell Mrs. Mary, (col.,) washer, res. 158 N. Missouri. 

Mitchem Nathaniel, (col.,) barber, res. rear of West. 

Mitton Geo. A., engineer I. & C. E. R., res. Harrison, E. of 
Pine. 

Mittey Christian, saddler, res. 159 E. Xew York. 

Mittey John C, shoemaker, res. 160 E. New York. 

Mock Martin, tailor, 69 E. Washington, res. 178 E. Ohio. 

Mode Michael, shoemaker, 73 E. Washington. 

Ma?sch T. H., confectioner, 76 E. "Washington, res. same. 

Moffit Dr. John, U. S. A., res. 161 N. Mississippi. 

Moffitt John, sr., machinist, Eoot, Bennett & Co., res. S. New 
Jersey, bet. South and Merrill. 

Moffitt John, jr., printer Journal Office, res. Tennessee, S. 
of South. 

Moffitt Oliver J., printer Sentinel Office, bds. S. New Jersey. 

Moffitt Wm., clerk, 22 W. ^Yashington, bds. 21 S. Delaware. 

Molding S., carpenter, W. Indianapolis. 

Moloney John, U. S. A., res. 169 S. Mississippi. 

Moloney Thos., laborer, res. 50 Bates. 

MoUoy E., flour-packer Carlisle's Model Mills. 

Molton D. S., messenger American Express Co., bds. Spen- 
cer House. 

Monan Jerry, laborer, res. 36 S. Alabama. 

Monninger Daniel, La Belle Saloon, cor. Washington and 
Kentucky ave., res. same. 

Monninger C, proprietor Court House Saloon, cor. Wash- 
ington and Alabama. 

Monroe John, carpenter, res. 14-1 E. McCarthy. 

Montague Wm., wagon maker, res. 59 S. New Jersey. 

MONTGOMEEY CHAUNCEY, Exchange Billiard Eooras, 
bds. Palmer House. 

Montgomeiy Mrs. Elizabeth, dressmaker and tailoress, res. 
65 W. South. 

Montgomery Jas., baggageman Union Depot, res. 59 W. 
Louisiana. 

Montgomery Wm., cooper, W. Indianapolis. 
Moon Miss Sallie, cloak and dress maker, Eay's Building, 26J 
W. Washington, bds. Palmer House. 



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Mooney Jas. E., (M. & Co.,) res. Edinburg, Ind. 
Mooney W. W., (M. & Co.,) res. Edinburg, Ind. 
MOONEYS & CO., wholesale and retail dealers in leather, 

hides and oils, Meridian, near Union Depot. 
Moore Alex., blacksmith. 
Moore Mrs. Deborah D., res. 9 E. Michigan. 
Moore G. C, clerk to superintendent public Instruction, 

bds. 44 N. Pennsylvania. 
Mooi-e Isaac, laborer, res. 22 S. Alabama. 
Moore J. A., book-keeper Indianapolis Branch Banking Co., 

res. 9 E. Michigan. 
Moore Thomas, salesman 5 W. Washington, bds. 9 E. Mich- 
igan. 
Moore Thomas, cooper, res. 144 Wood. 
Moores Charles W., (Merrill & Co.,) res. E. of Merrill, bet. 

Alabama and New Jersey. 
Morey Hai-ry, works for P. Bannister, bds. 31 Indiana 

ave. 
Morgan David E., works Rolling Mill, res. Missouri, S. of 

South. 
Morgan Dennis, egg-packer, ISO E. Washington. 
. Morgon Geo., dyer Ohio Premium Woolen Factory. 
Morgan John, works Eoliing Mill, res. IG Willard. 
Morgan John, brakeman, res. 6G cor. Delaware and South. 
Morgan Paulina, (wid.,) res. 21 McCarty. 
Morgan Samuel C., merchant tailor and clothier, 27 E. Wash- 
ington, res. 57 E. New York. 
Morgan Sarah, res. 20 N. Mississippi. 
Morgeuvich Yalentine, grocer, 9 Chatham, res. same. 
Moriarty Daniel, lamp lighter, res. 174 S. Delaware. 
Moriarty Maurice, laborer, res. 204 S. Delaware. 
Moritz Sol., (M. Bro. & Co.,) bds. Bates House. 
MOEITZ BRO. & CO., merchant tailors, clothiers, and deal- 
ers in gents' furnishing goods, &c., 3 E. and 19 W. Wash- 
ington. 
Morely A. J., book-binder for William Sheets, bds. Pylo 

House. 
Morningstar Peter, (M. & Gulick,) bds. 28 Pennsylvania. 
Morningstar & Gulick, meat market, 8 S. Pennsylvania. 
Morris Alex., house and sign painter, bds. 38 W. Market. 
Morris Mrs. A. W., (wid.,) res. 53 S. Meridian. 
Morris C. G., clerk R. Browning, bds. 50 S. Meridian. 
Moi-ris Mrs. Eliza A., res. 38 W. Market. 
Morris Harmony, huckster and auctioneer, res. 247 Indiana 

ave. 
MORRIS HOUSE, opp. Union Depot, Henry Whitmore, 

proprietor. 
Morris House Saloon, R. Beebe, proprietor. 



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IIOREIS J. C, photographs, &c., Eay's Building, bds. 38 
West Market. 

Morris John, res. 50 S. Meridian. 

Morris John, shoemaker, res. 67 N". Noble. 

Morris L. T., Lieut. U. S. A., bds. 53. S. Meridian. 

Morris Sanford, clerk 3 Odd Fellows' Hall, res. 89 N. New 
Jersey. 

Morris Gen. T. A., Pres. I. P. & C. E. E., res. Fort Wayne 
ave. 

MOEEIS' TEMPLE OF AET, J. C. Morris, prop'r, Eay's 
Building. 

Morrison Mrs. A. F., res. 32 IST. Pennsylvania. 

Morrison Charles J., bds. 32 N. Pennsylvania. 

Morrison Delia, (wid.,) res. 75 N. Alabama. 

Morrison Squire, U. S. A., res. 72 N. Mississippi. 

Morrison James, (M. & Eay,) res. Ft. Wayne Eoad, cor. St. 
Mary's. 

Morrison James, teamster, res. 19 "Union. 

MOEEISON J. A., clerk Palmer House. 

Morrison John T., attorney at law, office 26 E. Washington. 

Morrison Michael, res. 19 Union. 

3Iorrison AY. A., bds. 32 N. Pennsylvania. 

Morrison Wm. H., (Alford, Mills & Co.,) res. N. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Morrison W. L., salesman, 36 E. Washington, bds. Ft. 
Wayne ave. 

Morrison & Eay, attorneys at law, 26 E. Washington. 

Morton James, bds. 10 Mississippi. 

Morton John W., rolling mill, res. 19 Willard. 

Morton Mai-tin, porter Morris House. 

MOETON 0. P., Governor State ot Indiana, res. cor. Mar- 
ket and Illinois. 

Morton Thomas, res. 95 Virginia ave. 

Mosely Albert, watchman Bellefontaine car shop, res. Ori- 
ent. 

Moser Geo., butcher, Wood & Barnett. 

MOSES L. W., optician, 20 E. Washington, res. 13 W. Mar- 
ket. 

Moses Simon, collar maker for Mooney & Co. 

Moss Alfred, engineer B. E. E., res. 143 E. South. 

Moss Lewis, machinist, sup't rolling mill, res. Norwood, 
bet, Illinois and Tennessee. 

Mossier Aaron, auction and commission, 10 W. Washington, 
res. Pennsylvania. 

Mossier F. J., auction and commission, 10 W. Washington, 
res. Pennsylvania. 

Mossier Solomon, auction and commission, 10 W. Washing- 
ton, res. Pennsylvania. 

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Mots Fred., plow maker for Beard, Starr & Co., bds. Ohio 
House. 

Mothershead Mrs. E. A., res. 49 S. Meridian. 

Mottery Fred., clerk Union Steam Uakerj". 

Moulton Chas. W., engineer, res. 24 Michigan Eoad. 

Mount A. S., (Mooney & Co.,) res. 50 S. Illinois. 

Mountain Michael, laborer, 245 S. Pennsylvania. 

Mown Patrick, laborer, res. 196 S. East. 

Mower John, tailor, res. Elizabeth. 

Mowery Andrew, laborer, W. Indianapolis. 

Muhlenbeck Miss B. G., (Mrs. A. Baker & Co.,) bds. 26 S. 
Illinois. 

Muir James, wholesale dealer in tobacco and teas, res. 33 
W. Market. 

Mulcahy Michael, works at Marsee's saw mill, res. 51 S. 
Noble. 

Mullany John, student at law with Thos. A. Hendricks, bds. 
with John Lynch. 

Mulleney Mrs. Mary, (wid.,) res. 53 S. Mississippi. 

Muller August, school teacher, res. 110 E. Ohio. 

Muller Henry, grocer, 142 N. Xoble, res. same. 

Muller John A. D., stair builder, res. East, bet. Chestnut 
and Cherry. 

Muller John, importer and wholesale dealer in wines, ci- 
gars, &c., 212 E. Washington, res. same. 

Mulquenej^ John, laborer, bds. Tennessee. 

Munger Christian, telgraph repairer, res. Illinois, S. of De- 
pot. 

Munhall Leander W., blacksmith, bds. 84 N. New Jersey. 

Munsell Henry, carriage maker, res. 175 E. Ohio. 

MUNSON CHABLES H., (M. & Johnson.) res. 119 E. 
Ohio. 

Munson David, (Locke & M.,) res. 88 E. Market. 

Munson Lewis, res. 119 E. Ohio. 

MUNSON WM. L., grocery and feed store, 21 N. Alabama, 
res. same 

MUNSON & JOHNSTON, manuflicturers, wholesale and 
retail dealers in stoves and hardware, 62 E. Washing- 
ton. 

Murdock John J., railroader, res. 149 S. Tennessee. 

Murdock Joseph, moulder, res. 43 S. Illinois. 

Murphy Nathan L., carpenter, res. East, bet. Liberty and 
Noble. 

Murphy Frank, workman Terre Haute freight depot, res. 
164 S. Mississippi. 

Murphy Henry, waiter Spencer House. 

Murphy James, laborer, res. W. Elizabeth. 

Murphy Jesse T., teamster, res. Ill St. Mary's. 



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Murphy John, conductor Torre Haute E. II., bds. 24 Wil- 
lard. 

Murphy John W., (M. & Holliday,) res. 33 E. Ohio. 

Murphy Miss Marttia, works at arsenal, bds. 95 W. Market. 

Murph}'' Michael, head waiter Palmer House. 

Murphy Milton, engineer Bates City Mills, res. Ohio, bet. 
Noble and Liberty. 

Murphy Patrick, works at Terro Haute freight depot, bda. 
24" Millard. 

Murphy Rebecca, (wid.,) res. 93 S. Alabama. 

Murphy Tobias M., (Barnitz & M.,) res. 43 E. Georgia. 

MURPHY & HOLLIDAY, wholesale and retail iron store, 
34 E. Washington. 

Musgrave Dr. P. I)., bds. Tennessee, bet. 5th and Gth. 

Musgrave Watson, wool spinner, res. S. Alabama. 

Musmire Dedrich, wood sawyer, 33G S. Dolawore. 

M^^er Wm., shoemaker, res. 16 S. Alabama. 

Myer John F., umbrella maker, res. 63 E. St. Joseph. 

Myer Moses, clothier, 4 W. Washington, res. 116 Ohio. 

Myei'hoff Henry, laborer, res. 158 S. Alabama. 

Myers Christopher, brass moulder at Davis' foundiy, res. 
159 S. Alabama. 

Myers David, cooper, res. 154^N. Noble. 

Myers Geo. E., carrier Sentinel, bds. 48 N. Liberty. 

Myers Henry, blacksmith, 86 W. Washington, bds. 28 Mad- 
ison ave. 

Myers Jake, bar. keeper American Saloon. 

Myers John A., tinner, 62 B. Washington. 

Myers Leonard, carrier Sentinel, bds. 48 JST. Libert3^ 

Myers Philip, (Robinson & M.,) res. 81 Davidson. 

Myers Wm., works on Railroad, res. 74 E. Georgia. 

Myers Wm. H., carrier Sentinel, bds. 48 N. Liberty. 

Naltncr Agedeus, (N. & N.,) res. Meridian. 

Naltner Martin, (N. & N.,) res. Meridian. 

NALTNER & NALTNER, proprietors Nebraska Saloon, 

14 opp. Union Depot. 
Nas Lewis, cabinet maker, res. 190 East. 
Nathan A., (Moritz, Bro. & Co.,) res. Cincinnati, O. 
National Hotel, David Bender, proprietor, W. Washington. 
National Saloon and Restaurant, Geo. Rhodius, proprietor, 

27 S. Meridian. 
Neafly F., watchman, res. S. West. 
Neal J. R., clerk 188 E. Washington, res. 30 East. 
Neal Jonathan, dealer in provisions, res. 30 N. East, 

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INDIANAPOLIS 



FRANK M. WRIGHT. 



A 



W. S. DOWNER. 



imam WBI8HI & iiWMii. 




'«/'' Manufacturers of 

OHAMRAONE ALE. 



OFFICE J^T THE E PIE "WEE, "ST, 

BLASCE STREET, 
NEAR vvhite: river broqe:., 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 




No. 29 West Washington Street, 

INDIINIPOLIS, INDIINI. 



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CITY DIRECTORY. 179 



ITealy Hugh, clerk 5 Washington, res. cor. Vine and Plum. 

Neas Lewis, carpenter, res. 190 N. East. 

NEBEASKA SALOON, 14 opp. Union Depot, Naltner & 
Naltner, proprietors. 

Neeb Charles, bar-keeper Farmers' Hotel. 

Neibergale John, carpenter, res. 68 IS". Noble. 

Neighbors Albert, drayman, bds. 23 Heniy. 

Neighbors Charles, express wagon, res. 23 Henry. 

Neighbors Eobert, draj-man, res. 35 Union. 

NEIMAN MARTIN, Ohio House, 31 W. Market. (See card.) 

Nelson E. A., salesman 33 W. Washington, bds. Ohio. 

Nelson Henry H., sheriff Supreme Court, office State House, 
res. 73 N. Mississippi. 

Nelson H. L., watchmaker, 24 E. Washington, bds. Penn- 
sylvania. 

Nelson Sandy, (col.,) whitewasher and plasterer, res. 78 N. 
Missouri. 

Nelson Thomas, builder, res. 107 W. Ohio. 

Nevitt Wm. F., res. 89 E. Michigan. 

New John C, res. 102 N. Pennsylvania. 

Newcomb Horatio C, (N. & T.,) res. 58 N. Alabama. 

NEWCOMB & TAEKINGTON, attorneys at law, 26 E. 
Washington. 

Newcomer Christian, res. 65 N. Tennessee. 

Newcomer F. S., physician, Blake's Building, res. 161 N. 
Illinois. 

Newett John, ostler, bds. Pennsylvania. 

NEWELL L. S., teacher, Blind Asylum. 

NEWMAN JOHN S., president Indiana Central R. E., res. 
31 N. Meridian. 

Newman Peter, laborer, res. 149 S. Mississippi. 

NEW YOEK BAZAAR, Emil Klotz, proprietor, 37 E. Wash- 
ington. 

NEW YOEK DEY GOODS STOEE, Glenns' Block, W. & 
H. Glenn & Co., proprietors. (Sec eng., p. 55.) 

New York Picture Gallery, J. D. Crane, proprietor, 19 W. 
Washington. 

Nicholas Willard, printer. Sentinel Office, res. 37 St. Clair. 

Nichols T. M., dentist, 18^ S. Meridian, res. same. 

Nicholson David, stone-cutter, res. 159 N. New Jersey. 

Nicholson J. C, pedlar, res. 27 Union. 

Nicholson Wm. T., works Lawrenceburg Car Shoj), res. 15 
Lord. 

Nicholson Wm., stone-cutter, res. South, bet. Missouri and 
California. 

Nicolai Charles, saddler and harness maker, 268 E. Wash- 
ington, res. same. 

Nicolai J., retired merchant, res. 89 W. Washington. 

Successive years at Mechanic's Institute, Cincinnati. 



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ROBERT BROWNING, 



Dealer in 



DRUGS VMEDICINESI 

WHOLESALE^RETAIll 



wis 



DENTAL^iSURCICAL 
INSTRUMENTS 





Chemicals, Surgical and Dental Instru- 
ments, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Dye- 
Stufis, Window Glass, Glassware, 

Coal Oil, Coal Oil Lamps and Fixtures, 
Cigars, Tobacco, Etc. 



All articles warranted as represented, and which 

we are prepared to sell as low as any 

other western house. 



No. £2 West Y/ashington Stroet, 



ALBERT W. LAXDON. EDWIX L. EASTINGS. 

Plain and Ornamental 



'C 



No. 8 Kast Washincfton Street, 



A. KA^HN, 



And dealer in 

Gents' Furnishing Goods, &c., Sec. 
Mo. S Palauer Mosjse, 



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CITY DIRECTORY. ^ 181 



Nicolai L., meat shop, 119 Massachusetts nve. 

JSTiemann Heniy, carpenter, bds. 155 E. Ohio. 

NiemanD AVm., bds. 157 E. Ohio. 

Nienaber Herman, soldier, res. 21 Central. 

Ni£>:german Fred., saloon, 186 E. Washington, res. same. 

:NIX0N EEV. J. H., pastor First Presbyterian Church, res. 
87 N. Illinois. 

Nobbe Henry, printer, Indiana's Home-Life and Camp-Life, 
res. 144 E. Ohio. 

Noble Lewis, farmer, res. Tennessee, bet. Fifth and Sixth. 

Noble Greo., harness maker, 20 W, Washington, bds. Pyle 
House. 

NOBLE W. H. L., general ticket agent I. & C. E. E., res. 30 
N. Delaware. 

Noble Winston P., res. N. side E. Market, E. of Winston. 

NOBLE LAZ., Adjutant General State of Indiana, office 
State House. 

Noe Daniel, res. 73 N. New Jersey. 

Noel S. Y. B., grain dealer, res. 112 N. New Jersey. 

Nofsinger Wm. E., physician, E. Indianapolis. 

Nohn W., shoemaker, 38 W. Washington. 

Nolin Thos., hackman, res. 59 W. Louisiana. 

Nolking Charles, laborei', res. 65 E. St. Joseph. 

North Myron, res. 19 E. Maryland. 

Northway Geo. M,, plasterer, res. 94 N. New Jersey. 

North waj^ John, plasterer, res. 146 E. North. 

Norwood E. F., pork-jiacker, res. 26 N. Illinois. 

Norwood Mrs. N. N., (wid.,) seamstress, res. 72 W. Mary- 
land. 

Null Mrs. Sarah, (wid.,) vest maker, res. 108 W. Vermont. 

Nuttneyer Christian, carpenter, res. 151 E. Ohio. 

o 

Oakoy Edward, stone-mason, res. 167 N. New Jersey. 

Oakey Philip, carpenter, res. 22 N. New Jersey. 

O'Brian Thomas, works Scott & Nicholson, res. 29 Henry. 

O'Brian Thomas, stone-cutter, bds. Delaware. 

O'Brian Jerry, tinner, 62 E. Washington, res. Delaware. 

O'Brien Jeremiah, tinsmith, works Munson & Johnson, res. 

200 S. Delaware. 
O'Brien Thomas, laborer at Exchange Stables, res. 64 N. 

Tennessee. 
O'Brien Timothy, package agent Indiana Central E. E., 

bds. Spencer House. 
O'Bryan John, laborer, res. 176 S. Alabama. 
O'Bryan Patrick, engineer, res. E. Louisiana. 

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INDIANAPOLIS 



O'Connell Murty, laborer, res. 206 S. Delaware. 

O'Conner Michael, jr., street contractor, res. 45 S. Noble. 

O'Conner Hugh, shoemaker, bds. Georgia. 

O'Conner Mrs. Julia, (wid.,) res. 144 W. Washington, in rear. 

O'Connor Michael, laborer, res. 199 E. Ohio. 

O'Connor Thomas, boot and shoemaker, 208 S. Delaware. 

O'Connor Thomas, laborer, res. 210 S. Delaware, in rear. 

ODD FELLOWS' HALL, N. E. cor. Washington and Penn- 
sylvania. 

O'Donnell John, laborer, res. 56 Massachusetts ave. 

O'Driscoll John, stereotyper for^Geo. H. Flenaing & Co., 
bds. Scarry House. 

Oehler David, shoemaker, res. 83 S. Meridian. 

Oolschlager J. B., salesman 14 W. Washington, res. Ill Ft. 
Wayne ave. 

Ogden Mary, works Widow and Orphan Asylum. 

Oglcsby J. H., grocer, (W. F. O. & Co.,) res. 91 N. Ten- 
ni^ssci,'. 

Oglc.>l.y W. F., (W. F. 0. & Co.,) bds. 91 N. Tennessee. 

O'Harra Frank, laborer, res. 213 S. Alabama. 

O'Havcr Isaac, book-keeper Patterson's livery stable, res. 
148 N. Delaware. 

O'HaverN. P., Avell-digger, res. N.Blake 

OHIO HOUSE, M. Neiman, proprietor, 31 W. Market. 

Ohio Premium Woolen Factory, Merritt & Coughlen, pro- 
prietors, lower arm of canal, S. W. Washington. 

O'Hosa Anthony, laborer, res. S. West. 

Ohr A. D., clerk Union Depot, res. 41 W. Michigan. 

Ohr Henry, janitor at Gjminasium, and scribe Sons of Tem- 
perance, res. 48 N. Delaware. 

OHR JOHN H., agent Adams' Express, 12 E. Washington, 
res. 91 E. Ohio. 

Ohr M. L., clerk Adams' Express oflSce, bds. Bates House. 

Oihler Andrew, watch and clock maker and jewelry repair- 
er, 17 Kentucky ave, res. same. 

Okey Joseph B., dealer in patents, res. 144 N. East. 

Oltmins H., clerk, 138 W. Washington. 

O'Malle}'' Patrick, res. cor. Tennessee and Second. 

O'Mara James, drivei'. Bates House. 

O'Neal Patrick, laborer, res. 14 E. Georgia. 

O'Neal Tim., laborer, res. near Central car shop. 

O'Nell John, laborer, res. 33 E. Market. 

ORIENTAL HOUSE, AY. J. Elliott, prop'r, Illinois, bet. 
Maryland and Georgia. 

Oriental Saloon, under Oriental House. 

O'Riley Timothy, laborer, res. S. Tennessee. 

Orlopp Richard, supt. Government stables, res. 117 E. Mar- 
ket. 



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Ortel Christ., laborei'. res. 144 E. Geoi'gia. 

Osborn Elizabeth, (wid.,) res. 99 Indiana ave. 

Osborn Aaron, U. S. A., W, Indianapolis. 

OSGrOOD J, B., house, sign and ornamental painter, 16 E. 

Market, res. 39 W. Maryland. 
Osgood J. R., (O. Smith & (Jo.,) res. 52 S. Meridian. 
Osgood, Smith & Co., hub and last factory, S. Union Depot, 

Illinois. 
Oslermon John, clerk, 16 W. TVashington, bds. 35 Meridian. 
Ossenforth Frederick, laborer, res. Winston, bet. Biddle and 

North. 
Ostermeyer Christian, drayman, res. 137 E. Ohio. 
Ostermeyer Fred., (0. & Prange,) res. Plank Eoad. 

Ostermeyer ., grocer, res. E. National Eoad. 

Ostermeyer Louis, laborer, res. 147 N. Liberty. 
Ostermeyer Louis, sr., wood sawyer, res. 145 N. Liberty. 
Ostermeyer & Prange, general store, 258 E. Washington. 
O'Sullivan Ortho, laborer, res. 204 S. Delaware. 
O'Sullivan Patrick, laborer, res. 71 Madison ave. 
Oswald Grottfried, laborer, res. 165 Eailroad. 
Otis W. H., res. 42 S. Pennsylvania. 
Ott Fred., brick layer, bds. 159 E. Ohio. 
OTT GEOEGrE, merchant tailor, cleaning, repairing, &c., 

106 S. Illinois, res. same. 
Ott John, cabinet maker, res. 29 Indiana ave. 
Ott Mac, laborer, res. 269 S. East. 

Ottan D., cigar store, 159 E. Washington, res. 41 Spring. 
Otte William, carpenter, res. 155 E. Ohio. 
Ottmanns Hammon, clei-k, res. 136 W. Washington. 
Otto Philip, works Eoot, Bennett & Co 
Overhall Thomas, (col.,) ostler, 10 N. Pennsylvania. 
Overman Leander, (col.,) cook, res. 123 Indiana ave. 
Overstreet Jas. M., laborer, res. Illinois, bet. First and Sec- 
ond. 
Owens Nathaniel, plasterer, res. 87 South. 
Ovvings Mrs. Lydia A., sewing, rcs. Wabash, bet. Liberty 

and Noble. 
Owsley Wm., carpenter, res. 11 N. Ellsworth. 
Oyler Wm., U. S. Arsenal, res. 170 S. Alabama. 



Pace Hardy, res. 300 S. Delaware. 

Padlow Eobt. J., machinist, Eoot's foundry. 

Paerson J. O., machinist, res. 127 Massachusetts ave. 

Paff Wm., carpenter, res. 279 S. East. 

Pahler Henry, brewer, 35 S. Illinois. 



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184 INDIANAPOLIS 



Paine D. L., foreman Sentinel News Eoom, bds. at Pyle 
House. 

Painter John, hack driver, res. 227 IST. Tennessee. 

Palmer Ed. L., book binder for David J3raden, res. 40 S. 
Illinois. 

Palmer George, salesman New York Store, bds. 124 B. 
Michigan. 

PALMEPt HOUSE, J. D. Carmichael, prop'r, cor. Wash- 
ington and Illinois. 

PALMEE HOUSE SALOON, Kichard F. Young, prop'r, 
cor. Washington and Illinois. 

PALMEE HOUiSE HAIE-DEESSING SALOON, Henning 
& Stelzell, propr's. 

Palmer N. B., o7 W. Maryland. 

Palmer John, supt. freight, Central E. E., res. S. E. Michi- 
gan Eoad. 

Palmer T. G., res. 90 N. Illinois. 

Paris Mrs. Mar}'-, seamstress, res. 146 Wood. 

Parse Wm., wagon maker, res. 136 S. East. 

Parish Solomon, res. 104 S. New Jersey. 

Parker C. C, clerk, 34 N. Illinois, bds. 23 Indiana ave. 

Parker Mrs. Catherine, res. 72 N. East. 

PAEKEE EDCAE, wholesale and retail dealer in notions, 
fancy goods, <&c., 25 S. Illinois, res. same. 

PAEKEE E. E., wholesale and retail dealer in hosiery, no- 
tions, &c., 30 W. Washington, bds. 33 N. Meridian. 

Parker Wilson, brick laj'er, res. 103 S. Tennessee. 

Parks Hiram, (col..) cook Little's Hotel. 

Parmelec Edward L., telegraphic operator, Ind. Cent. E. E., 
bds. 38 Pratt. 

Parmelee Mrs. Hannah, res. 38 Pratt. 

Parmelee Wm. H., ag't Lafayette E. E. freight office, bds. 
98 N. Meridian. 

Parr Wm., machinist. Western Machine Works. 

Parrisctte Jose^:)!!, confectioneries, 15 N. Illinois, res. same. 

Parrish Hardin, bds. Bates House. 

PAEEOTT HOEACE, gen'l ticket ag't Ind. Cent. E. E., 
res. 141 N. Delaware. 

Parry Eoger, blacksmith, res. 12 Henry. 

Parsley A., teamster, res. 161 N. Alabama. 

Parson J. L., student, bds. 130 N. Nevv Jersey. 

Parsons Charles A., conductor P. & I. E. E., bds. Palmer 
House. 

PAESONS JOHN J,, (H. H. Dodd & Co.,) res. 89 N. Tenn- 
essee. 

Parvin Thcophilus, M. D., office 69 N. Alabama, res. same. 

Pasco J., boiler maker Bellcfontaino car shop, res. 126 E. 
Georgia. 

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CITY DIRECTORY. 185 



Snsnranrr ininpaiiij, 

HARTFORO, CONN. 

Tlic Officers and Directors of this Company have the pleasure of pre- 
senting to their Agents, and the public generally, their Sixteenth Semi- 
annual Statement of tiie financial condition of the PH(ENIX on the 

FIRST DAY OF JANUARY, 18 62. 

LIST OR ASSETS- 

Cash on hand and in bank, $60,427 58 

Cash in hands of Agents, and in course of transmission 45,399 40 

Bills receivable for loans, secured by personal and collateral security 28,540 00 

" " " Real Estate 17,000 00 

Real Estate unincumbered 17,500 00 

Stocks and bonds as follows, namely: 

Market Value. 

50 Shares United States Trust Company's Stock, New York, $ 6,000 00 

200 " American Exchange Bank " " " 16,000 00 

200 " Metropolitan " " " 18,400 00 

200 " Manufact'rs and Merchants' Bank " '• 18,000 00 

150 '• Continental " " " 11,250 00 

428 " Mechanics' " " " 9,630 00 

500 " Phenix " " " 9,000 00 

200 " Merchants' Exchange " " " 8,000 00 

100 " Merchants' " " " 4,000 00 

100 " Ocean " " " 3,750 00 

300 " Farmers' and Mechanics' " " Hartford, 33,750 00 

200 " City " " " 22,000 00 

200 " -.^tna •' " " 20,000 00 

200 " Phoenix " " " 19,200 00 

200 " Merchants' and Manufact'rs " " " 18,200 00 

200 " Mercantile " " " 17,000 00 

125 " State " " " 15,250 00 

50 " Hartford " " " 6,500 00 

50 " Conn. River " " " 3,250 00 

10 '• Hartford County " " " 450 00 

100 " Citizens' " " Waterbury, Ct., 10,500 00 

38 " Waterbury " " " 2,090 00 

50 " Niagara District " " St. Cath'r's, C. W 5,150 00 

250 " Ontario " " Bowmansville, 10,700 00 

100 " Holyoke Water Power Co.'s " 10,000 00 

20 New Britain Water Bonds, 11,000 00 

10 Hartford City Bonds 10,500 00 

20 Tennessee State Bonds, 8,700 00 

Ohio State Stock of 1870, 1,800 00 

Accumulated Interest on Investments, 2,764 75 

Total Assets, $501,701 73 

Losses, in course of adjustment, waiting proofs, in suspense, or resisted $30,161 

Debts due to Banks, or other Creditors, none 

Losses adjusted and due none 

S. L. LOOMIS, President. 
H. KELLOGG, Secretary. 

J. J. HAYDEN, State Agent Indianapolis, Oflace corner 
Washington and Meridian Sts. (over.) 

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CHi^airia wmmwETW^^^. 



P H CE ]sr I X 




OF 

HARTFORD, CONN 



CASH CAPITAL, 



- - $400,000. 



Devoted to Fire Insurance exclusively, and its aim will be to secure a 
continuance of public coniidence, by a prompt and lionoriible adjustment 
of all fair claims for loss. 



AB$$TRA€T OF L088E$$ PAfl» 

In the Western and Southern States, during the past 5 years, ending 
January 1st, 1862. A substantial record of a 

vs/e:l_i_-xrie:d corr oration- 

$41,690 66 Ohio $41,690 66 

34,640 71 Kentucky 34,640 71 

32,644 99 Indiana 32,644 99 

77,061 90 Illinois 77,061 90 

37,426 82 Michigan 37,426 82 

20,843 87 Iowa 20,843 87 

47,883 97 Wisconsin 47,883 97 

8,653 10 Minnesota 8,653 10 

28,261 33 Missouri 28,261 33 

9,765 82 Kansas 9,765 82 

1,167 00 Nebraska 1,167 00 

45,834 90 Tennessee 45,834 90 

20,832 55 Mississippi 20,832 55 

555 55 Alabama 555 55 

22,839 43 Arkansas 22,839 43 

3,9608 Texas 3,961 98 

BEANOH OFFICE, 33 WEST THIRD ST. OINOINNATI, 

FOK THE FOLLOWING STATES AND TEEEITORIES: 

Ohio, "Wisconsin, Iowa, Tennessee, Indiana, Michigan, 
Missouri, Mississippi, Illinois, Minnesota, Ken- 
tucky, Arkansas, Texas, Kansas, 
and Nebraska. 



' Agents appointed ; Losses adjusted and paid ; Correspondence promptly attended 
to ; Collections made ; Insurance blanks furnished to Agents, and the Company's interest 
in the above States and Territories, under the supervision of 

R. H. & H. M. MACILL, Cen^'l Agents. 

S@° Agents in all Principal Cities and Towns in Indiana. 



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Pasquier John B., carpenter, res. cor. Michigan and David- 
son. 

Patterson E. W., stock trader, res. 91 X. "West. 

Patterson II. J., miller, cor. Washington and Blake. 

Patterson James M. livery stables, 31 E. Maryland, res. 104 
Massachusetts ave. 

Patterson John, laborer, res. 253 S. Delaware. 

Patterson John, carpenter, res. S. Illinois. 

Patterson John, carpenter, res. N. Meridian. 

Patterson John, tailor, res. 175 X. New Jersey. 

Patterson John P., traveling ag't, res. 85 N. Kew Jersey. 

Patterson Mrs. M. A. W., (wid.,) bds. 61 W. New York. 

Patterson Samuel D., res. S. E. Michigan Eoad. 

Patterson W., attorney at law, 30^ W. Washington, res. 152 
E. Ohio. 

Patterson Wm., U. S. A., res. 23 S. Illinois. 

Pattison, Pay & Fletcher. E. R. City Mill, W. AYashing- 
ton, cor. White Eiver Bridge. 

Pattison S. D., (Langsdalo & P.,) res. E. of city. 

Pattison Samuel J., (P. Eay & Fletcher.) res. out of city. 

Pattison Wm. A., bds. Barbour House. 

Pauli Henry, carpenter, res. 89 Davidson. 

Pauly John, carpenter, res. 107 N. Xoble. 

Pawen Patrick, boiler maker, res. 209 S. Pennsylvania. 

Paxton Mrs. Elizabeth, (wid.,) res. 3 Circle. 

Peacock Wm. H., engineer I. & C. E. E., res. E. National 
Eoad. 

Peak Andrew, cooper, W. Indianapolis. 

PEAEL STEEET SALOON, T. McBaker, proprietor, opp. 
Johnston's livery stable. 

Pearsall P. E., music teacher, res. 26 S. Tennessee. 

Pearse Wm., gadener, res. Orient. 

Pearsol Wm., farmer, W. Indianapolis. 

Peaslee W. A., patent washing machines. 

Peat John, laborer, res. 22-4 N. Alabama. 

PECK E. J., President of Terre Haute Eailroad, bds. 37 
Meridian. 

Peck Thomas, foundryman, res. Ill Yirginia ave. 

Pedicord Mrs. Lydia, boarding house, res. 179 E. Market. 

Pedlow James C, blacksmith, res. E. end Market. 

Pedrick Mrs. dress-maker, 45 N. Illinois. 

Pee Geo. W., salesman 75 W. Washington, bds. 87 N. Me- 
ridian. 

PEELLE WM. A., Secretary of State, res. 58 N. East. 

PEELLE & DAYIS, attorneys at law, over Secretary of 
State's office. 

Peirce James, teamster, bds. 75 N. New Jersey. 

Pelton 0. H., messsenger U. S. Express Company. 

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Pendergast John, carpenter at Byrkit & Beam's, bds. 74 N. 
Tennessee. 

Fenders William, laborer, res. 158 N. Delaware. 

Penn Gr. W., clerk at the Institute for the Blind. 

Pennell S., painter, res. 165 N. Liberty. 

Pentecost M. B., res. 120 N. Alabama. 

Perdue M. W., res. 46 Bates. 

Peric Sam., bds. 360 N. Tennessee. 

Perine Peter, coal dealer, res. 108 N". Pennsylvania. 

Perkins , laborer, res. 39 Huron. 

Perkins C. G., (C. G. P. & Co.,) res. 132 N". Illinois. 

Perkins C. Gr. & Co., wholesale and retail druggists, 14 W. 
Washington. 

Perkins John, cooper, bds. 179 E. Market. 

Perkins Mrs. Matilda, (col.,) dress maker, res. 61 Kentucky 
ave. 

Perkins S. E., Judge of Supreme Court, res. 152 W. New 
York. 

PERRIN GEO. K., attorney at law, College Hall, res. 25 
E. Michigan. 

PKRRINE CHARLES O., books and periodicals. Union 
Depot. 

Perrine James B., bookseller, res. N. New Jersey, bet. Mar- 
ket and Ohio. 

Perrott Richard E., shoemaker, bds. S. Perrott, 191 Indi- 
ana ave. 

Perrott Samuel, grocer, 191 Indiana ave., res. same. 

Perrott Wm. W., grocer, 115 S. Tennessee, res. same. 

Perry Charles, (col.,) barber, 3 N. Illinois, res. Kentucky 
ave. 

Perry Lydia, works at Widows and Orphans' Asylum. 

Perry W. M., harness maker, 20 W. Washington, bds. Fh,r- 
mers' Hotel. 

Persel August, carpenter, res. cor. Oak and Cherry. 

Peru & Indianapolis R. R. Depot, S. New Jersey. 

Peter John D., express wagon, res. 107 N. Noble. 

Peters Henry, carpenter, res. 146 N. Blake. 

Peterson Jefferson, railroader, res. 2 S. Liberty. 

Peterson Peter, shoemaker, 73 E. Washington. 

Petre John, saloon, 272 E. Washington, res. same. 

Petty Julius, farmer, res. 266 Indiana ave. 

]'eyton William, (col.,) currier, res. 139 N. West. 

Pfafflin Theodore, salesman 29 W. Washington, res. 15 W. 
North. 

Pfeiffenber S., bar-keeper. Station House. 

Pflager Jacob, tailor, res. 188 E. Ohio. 

Pflaker Learhart, waiter at Palmer House, res. 49 E. Mary- 
land. 



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Pflegan George, laborer, res. 27 N. Noble. 

Phelps A. E. saddler, 20 W. Washington, res. 131 N. Me- 
ridian. 

Phillips Henry N., blacksmith, res. 279 S. Delaware. 

Phillips William, clerk at Madison depot, res. 138 E. Mc- 
Carty. 

Phinney Thomas, laborer, res. Canal, S. of South. 

Phipps J. M., carriage maker, res. 120 S. Noble. 

PhijDps Isaac N., real estate agent and notary public, office 
28 E. Market, res. 2G E. Market. 

Pholer Ludwig, railroader, res. 142 E. Market. 

Pickens John, blacksmith, bds. 26 Massachusetts ave. 

Pickering Charles H., U. S. A., res. VU N. West. 

PIEL W. F., general store, 240 F. Washington, res. same. 

Pierce Winslow S., (McKernan & P.,) res. cor. New York 
and West. 

Pierson L. W., brick layer, res. 112 N. Alabama. 

Pierson Stephen D., cutter, 109 E. Ohio. 

Pierson William W., liquors, 180 E. Washington, res. 79 N. 
Noble. 

Pigg James, carpenter, res. 42 E. Louisiana. 

Pigg Francis, painter, res. 15 N. Harris. 

Pike Charles E., works Lawrenceburg car shop, res. S. E. 
Michigan Eoad. 

Piland A. H., manufacturer of hay, straw and stalk cutters, 
Indiana ave. 

Pitts George W., ice dealer, res. 78 Indiana ave. 

Plant George, butolier, res. 193 E. Washington. 

Plasnick Christian, cabinet-maker, res. 145 N. Alabama. 

Plasnick Henry, blacksmith, bds. 145 N. Alabama. 

Ploetringer Hyronimus, wood-sawyer, W. Indianapolis. 

Plogstarth Victor, stone mason, res. 164 N. Liberty. 

Piumraer Hiram, res. 82 E. Market. 

Poate Mrs. Jane, nurse, res. 9 Massachusetts ave. 

Pohlar Christian, railroader, res. 312 Virginia ave. 

Pohlar Wm., laborer, res. 314 Virginia ave. 

Pond Fred. S., turner for Spiegel, Thoms & Co., res. 10 
Lord. 

Pool A. J., freight conductor Peru R. K., res. 37 E. Georgia. 

Poorman David, plasterer, res. 93 St. Johns. 

Pope Christian, works B. & I. E. E. depot, res. 33 Harrison. 

Pope Henry, laborer, res. 117 N. West. 

Pope William, (George Hotz & Co.,) bds. California House. 

Porter Albert G., Congressman, 109 N. Delaware. 

Porter T. E., tailor, res. 81 N. Meridian. 

Post Charles, planing mill, res. 164 W. New York. 

POST OFFICE, cor. Pennsylvania and Market, A. H. Con- 
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POTTAGE BENJAMIN, wholesale and retail dealer in 
hardware, &c., 76 W. Washincjton, res. 91 W. Market. 

Pottage Charles, clerk 7G W. Washington, bds. 91 \V. Mar- 
ket. 

Potter James B., butcher, res. 32 JST. Spring. 

Potter Joseph, (col.,) laborer, res. Elizabeth. 

Pouder Milton, Central Meat Market, 91 E. Washington, 
res. 60 N. East. 

Powel Nicholas, works at peg fixctorj^, res. 60 Bluft* Eoad. 

Powell David, butcher, cor. Vermont and Massachusetts 
ave., res. near Camp Morton. 

Powell Henry, boot and shoemaker, res. 62 South. 

Powell Josejoh, workman at Rolling Mill, res. AV. Canal. 

Powell Wm., traveling agent I. & C. 11. E., res. cor. Noble 
and Harrison. 

Power George, laborer, res. Tennessee, bet. Fourth and 
Fifth. 

Power Jacob, wagon maker, res. 31 N. East. 

Power Jasper, artist, bds. 31 N. East. 

Power Stephen, laborer, res. 21 Benton. 

Powers Pat., boiler maker Western Machine Works. 

Prange Charles, (Ostermcyer & P.,) res. 258 B. Washington. 

Prange Frederick, laborer, res. Davidson, bet. New York 
and Michigan. 

PRATT WILLIAM B., local agent P. & I. R. R., res. 183 
E. Market. 

Pratt A. H., engineer, bds. Little's Hotel. 

Prerzel Henr}^, moulder, 65 Madison ave. 

Preslly John T., engineer, res. 75 East. 

Pressel Mi^s. Mary, seamstresss, res. 120 E. Michigan. 

Pressel Philip, carpenter, res. Plumb, near Cherry. 

Pressell William, railroader, res. 70 E. Louisiana. 

Preston Elliot, railroader, res. 41 W. St. Clair. 

PRETZINGER JACOB, vinegar foctory and dealer in li- 
quors, 256 E. Washington, res. same. 

Price Mrs. E. J., matron Institute for the Blind. 

Price J. R., book-binder Journal Building, bds. Pylo House. 

Price Wm. R., finisher, res. Bates, E. of Noble. 

Prince John D., porter 36 E. Washington. 

Prindle M., superintendent Union Depot, bds. 107 S. Ten- 
nessee. 

Prine Thomas, bds. Palmer House. 

Prinz John, porter. Mills, Alford & Co., bds. 28 Kentucky 
ave. 

Probus Mi'S. Anna, (wid.,) washer, res. 173 N. Mississippi. 

Prosser Henry, Major 61st (2d Irish) regiment, res. 67 N. 
Tennessee. 

Protzman F., salesman Dessar & Bro., res. 100 Mississippi. 



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Protzman Miss J., dress maker, res. 24 N. Mississippi. 

Protzman John H., boarding house, res. 24 N. Mississippi. 

Prummer Mrs. Eleanor, res. 82 E. Market. 

Prummer Wm. H. II., blacksmith, bds. 82 E. Market. 

Prunk Dr. D. H., U. S. A., res. 46 Indiana ave. ^ 

Pryse Henry, grocer, cor. McCarty and Virginia ave., res. 
322 Virginia ave. 

Paffling'Paiil, cook, res. 144 W. Washington, up stairs. 

Pullinger John, cabinet maker, res. 146 E. Market. 

Pupperseker Gotleib, res. 108 S. Noble. 

Purcell Mrs. Sarah, (col.,) washer, res. 139 N. Tennessee. 

Purcell William, at woolen factory. 

Purdy William, principal Bryant's Commercial College, 
jEtna Building, bds. Mac}^ House. 

Purnell John, cabinet maker, 28 S. Meridian. 

Purviance J. H., messenger American Express Co., bds. Mor- 
ris House. 

Pursell Jonathan, shoemaker, res. 78 S. Pennsylvania. 

Pui'sell H., shoemaker, res. 78 S. Pennsylvania. 

Pyle John, proj)rietor Pyle House, 25 cor. Illinois uud Main- 
land. 



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Quante Fred., cigar maker, bds. Farmers' Hotel. 

Quigley Patrick, shoemaker, Garden, bet. Tennessee and 

Illinois, res. same. 
Quimby C. W., (De Ford & Q.,) EoU's Building, S. Illinois. 
Quimby Mrs. Hattie, millinery and fancy goods, 20 Illinois, 

res. same. 
Quinn William, clerk Farmers' Hotel. 
Quirk Patrick, engineer Bates House. 
Quizer Julius, harness maker, 34 W. Washington, res. 175 

Massachusetts ave. 

Eaading A. D., plasterer, res. 13 Loukabee. 
Ejenart Frederick, tinsmith, res. 61 Bluff Eoad. 
Eafert Henry, res. 193 X. Illinois. 
Eaffart William, laborer, res. 153 E. Market. 
Eaffart William, drayman, 242 Madison ave. 
Eafferty Arthur, laborer, bds. 169 S. Mississippi. 
Eajener Anton, tailor, 158 E. Washington. 
EAILEOAD FEINTING OFFICE, Cullum& Stanage, pro- 
prietors, 19^ W. Washington. 

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192 INDIANAPOLIS 



EAMSAY'S BLOCK, cor. Illinois and Maryland. 

Eamsay J. P., furniture, &c., 21 S. Illinois, res. 21 W. Mary- 
land. 

Earasay Eobert, (col.,) ostler, res. 68 jST. Blackford. 

EamSey Mrs., (col.,) washer, res. 147 JSI. Alabama. 

Eamsey Jas. A., clerk Harrisons' Bank, bds. 21 W. Mary- 
land. 

Eamsey Thomas, captain night police, res. 41 E. St. Clair. 

Eamsey Walter L., (E. & Hanning,) res. cor. Vermont and 
Ellsworth. 

Eamsey & Hanning, plumbers, steam and gas fitters, 85 "VY. 
Washington. 

Eanaghn James, porter Bates House, res. 123 W. Maryland. 

Eanahan Joseph, laborer, res. 240 Indiana ave. 

Eanard Eugene, Paris Saloon, E. Washington, res. same. 

Eand Bryant, (col.,) barber, res. 68 N. Blackford. 

Eand Frederick, (E. & Hall,) res. 162 N. Illinois. 

EAND & HALL, attorneys at law, 26 E. Washington. 

Eandall James W., printer Journal office, bds. S. Mississippi. 

Eandall John H., printer Journal office, bds. 44 N. Penn- 
sylvania. 

Eandall N. A., printer Journal office, res. 84 N. East. 

Eandolph Lott, laborer, W. Indianapolis. 

Eandolph Eeuben, dyer Ohio Premium Woolen Factory. 

Eapkey Frederick, 65 cor. McCarty and Madison ave. 

Eapj) Fred. J., plow manufacturer 154 E. Washington, res. 
cor. Michigan and Eailroad. 

Eapp George H., Captain 62d Eegiment Indiana Volunteers, 
bds. Spencer House. 

Easchig C. M., tobacconist, 15 E. Washington, res. Ill Ver- 
mont. 

Easenneu William, laborer, res. 144 S. Illinois. 

Eassner William F., railroader, res. 144 Illinois. 

Eatti Francis, res. 92 St. Josejjh. 

EATTI FEANCIS A., agent Cincinnati daily papers, office 
8 Pearl, res. 92 St. Joseph. 

Eatti Joseph, printer H. H. Dodd & Co., bds. 92 St. Joseph. 

Eanker Thomas, Stewart Spencer House. 

Eay A., works at car shop, res. 32 S. East. 

Eay Charles A., (Morrison & E.,) res. 80 N. Illinois. 

Eay David, saloon, 32 S. Illinois, res. Pennsylvania. 

EAY HOUSE, S. E. cor. Delaware and South, Eay & Lam- 
bert, proprietors. 

Eay Jacob, assistant bar-keeper, 32 S. Illinois, bds. Penn- 
sylvania. 

Eay James M., res. 19 N. Meridian. 

Eay James IST., clerk U. S. arsenal, res. 91 N. Noble. 

Kay Eli, cooper, res. 16 Michigan Eoad. 

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EAY & LAMBEET, proprietors Eay House, 65 South. 

Eayford Henry, laborer, res. 156 JST. West. 

Eayman Henry, clerk Elliott's warehouse, res. 239 S. Ala- 
bama. 

Eaymond J. E., harness maker, 20 W. Washington, bds. 
Little's Hotel. 

Eea John H., clerk U. S. District Court, res. 56 N. ileridian. 

Eead Earl, salesman 17 W. Washington, bds. Oriental 
House. 

Eeaf Anthony, laborer, res. 184 S. Delaware. 

Eeager John, butcher, res. 61 Madison ave. 

Eeaggor Arnold, works at arsenal, res. 66 Indiana ave. 

Eeagin Joseph F., wood-chopper, res. bet. Davidson and 
Eailroad. 

Eeasert John, clerk, res. 120 Delaware. 

Eeaver Godfrey, stone-cutter, 190 S. Delaware. 

Eeavil Eobert L., coppersmith, res. 6-1 E. Louisiana. 

Eech Henry, clerk 44 Louisiana, bds. 40 Illinois. 

Eech Mathias, watchmaker and jeweler, 80 W. Washing- 
ton, res. same. 

Eechman John, laborer, res. 272 S. Delaware. 

Eeckenmeir Henry, miller, res. 59 E. St. Joseph. 

Eecker G., clerk for H. Leiber, res. New York. 

Eecker Hubert L., carpenter, res. E. end of Market. 

Eeddy Cornelius, railroader, res. 11 Eailroad. 

Eedfiekl David A., (Havvcs & Co.,) 3 i!!^. Illinois, res. 39 E. 
Michigan. 

Eedford J. E., res. 35 S. Meridian. 

EEDFOED J. EDWAED, proprietor Macy House, cor. 
Illinois and Market. 

Eedman Mrs., (wid.,) res. 16 S. West. 

Eedman Dennis, policeman, res. W. South, bet. Mississippi 
and Missouri. 

Eedman John, foundryman, bds. 16 S. West. 

Eedman Wm., teamster, bds. 16 S. West. 

Eedmond Wm. D., porter New York Store, res. 124 E. Mich- 
igan. 

Eedstone A. E.. (E., Bro. & Co.,) res. 35 N. New Jersey. 

EEDSTONE BEOS. & CO., manufacturers of machinery 
and agricultural implements, S. Delaware, opp. I. & C. 
E. E. Depot. 

Eedstone John H., (E., Bro. & Co.,) res. 35 N. New Jer- 
sey. 

Eedwine Alexander, peddl'ar, res. 39 McCarty. 

Eedwine John W., huckster, res. 39 McCarty, in rear. 

Eeed B. F., res. 62 E. North. 

Eeed E. E., engraver, 24 E. Washington, res. E. Maryland. 

Eeed John E., salesman Eancy Bazaar, bds. East. 

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Eeed Joseph H., Pantheon Picture GalUery, iEtna Build- 
ing, res. 159 N. Pennsylvania. 

Eeed Mrs. Martha J., res. 54 N. East. 

Keed P. Fishe, artist, ^tna Building, res. 159 N. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Eeed Thad. P., bds. 62 E. North. 

Eeeder E. C, huckster, res. S. E. Michigan Eoad. 

Eeeker G., res. 193 E. New York. 

Eeese Charles, 26th Ind. volunteers, res. Cherry. 

Eeese Henry, (Emmerich & E.,) res. 91 W. Washington. 

Eeeve August, tailor, 63 E. Washington. 

Eeevcs J., tinner, Eoot, Bennett _& Co. 

Ecevcs Wm., soldier, res. 57 S. ^New Jersey. 

Eefert Andrew, carpenter, res. Alabama, bet. St. Clair and 
Wood. 

Eefert Frederick, carpenter, res. 208 N.Alabama. 

Eegan Edmund, boiler maker, res. 168 S. Tennessee. 

Eeger Wm., carpenter, res. 36 Davidson. 

Eehling Charles, boots and shoes, 176 E. Washington, res. 
same. 

Eeichwcin John, laborer, res. 198 Davidson. 

Eeid Jessie, (wid.) 

Eeidman Henry, wood sawyer, res. 15 St. Clair. 

EEILLY JOHN O., dairyman, res. Sugar Grove, 1 mile N. 
of city. 

Eeinacher Jacob, laborer, res. 158 N. New Jersey. 

Eeinault Charles, laborer, res. 66 Elm. 

Eeinfels Henry, laborer, res. 120 Union. 

Eeinhardt F., currier for John Fishback. 

Eeinhardt Joseph P., locksmith and bell hanger, 49 S. Illi- 
nois, res. same. 

Eeinhardt L., shoemaker, res. 48 Massachusetts ave. 

Eeinkeu Albert, plasterer, res. 204 N. New Jersey. 

Ecinken Henry, cigar-maker, 93 Ft. Wayne ave., res. same. 

Eeinmann Eeinhold, saloon-keeper N. Pennsylvania, res. 9 
S. Alabama. 

Eeisert Fred., shoemaker, bds. Delaware. 

Iteisert John, salesman for Martin Hug, res. 130 Delaware. 

Eeister John, cooper, res. 239 Massachusetts ave. 

Eemmington Jacob C, sawyer, res. 36 Spring. 

Eemus Victor, florist, Fletcher's green house, res. 12 Huron. 

Eenard John, stone-mason, res. 151 E. New York. 

Eench Edward, groceries, &c., 126 S. Illinois, res. same. 

Eenner F., blacksmith, res. 59 Bluff Eoad. 

Eennington Eobert, blacksmith, res. 45 E. Georgia. 

Eennon John B., saloon, 242 and 244 E. Washington, res. 
same. 

Eentvel Joseph F., printer, bds. 36 N. East. 

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Eersey S., (col.,) barber, bds. Oriental. 

Eesener C. F., shoemaker, 194 E. Washington, res. same. 

Eesener Mrs. Estelle, (wid.,) washer, res. 160 S. Tennessee. 

Eesener Henry, shoemaker, res. 311 Virginia ave. 

Eesner William, laborer, res. 37 Union. 

Eetter John, laborer, res. 89 Bluff Eoad. 

Eevel Wra., engineer, res. 27 E. Georgia. 

EEVELLS EEY. W. E., res. 119 N. West. 

Eevvels A., (col.,) washer, res. alley, cor. New York and 

Liberty. 
Eexford E. M., tinner, 11 W. Washington. 
Eey James L., (Bedstone, Bro. & Co.,) res. 19 IS". Meridian. 
Eeyer George, saddler, res. 209 N. Alabama. 
Eeynolds Chesler, laborer, res. near Ash and Cherry. 
Eeynolds Franklin, freight checker Bellefontaine Depot, res. 

107 W. South. 
Eeynolds Geo., carpenter, res. Illinois, N. of Sixih. 
Eeynolds John L., bds. 139 N. New Jersey. 
Eeynolds John, (Sulgrove and E.,) res. 30 W. Ohio. 
Eeynolds J. W., (E. & Graham,) res. N. Noble. 
Eejmolds Levi, patent right man, res. IG Loukabee. 
Eeynolds Mrs. Mary H., res. 89 N. Noble. 
Eeynolds Marj'-, (wid.,) res. 123 N. New Jersey. 
Eeynolds Mrs. Sarah, res. 170 N. Liberty. 
Eeynolds Thomas, mill-wright, res. 150 E. North. 
Eeynolds & Graham, shingle factory, Washington, near No- 
ble. 
Eheinhart Valentine, chair maker, res. 59 Madison ave. 
Eheinhart Samuel, fireman railroad, res. 61 Bluif Eoad, in 

rear. 
Eheling Wm., shoemaker, res. 181 S. Delaware. 
Ehoads Charles, carpenter, res. 129 W. New York. 
Ehoads J. M., physician, res. 145 N. West. 
Ehoback Miss S., cloak maker with Miss Moon. 
Ehoda A., clerk 20 S. Meridian, res. 148 N. Noble. 
Ehodes Jos., (col.,) bell-ringer, res. 136 W. Georgia. 
Ehodius George, National Saloon and Eestaiirant, 27 S. 

Meridian, res. same. 
Eibel David, wood sawyer, res. 128 W. Maryland. 
Eice Solomon, salesman 16 E. Washington, bds. N. New 

Jersey. 
Eicer John, clerk, 130 S. Delaware. 
EICHAEDS JOHN, Palmer House Saloon, res. 17 Indiana 

ave. 
Eichards James, laborer, res. N. Blake. 
Eichard John, carpenter, res. Chestnut, bet. New Jersey and 

East. 
Eichards Eichard, stone-cutter, res. 110 N. Missouri. 

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Eichardson A. A., tinner at Eoot, Bennett & Co. 

Richardson Jas., cooper, W. Indianapolis. 

Ricliardsnn John, cigar maker, 12 N. Pennsylvania, bds. 
Mrs. Cook. 

Eichardson Warren, book-keeper and compiler of director- 
ies, bds. Oriental House. 

Eichey Mrs., bds. 18 N. East. 

Eichmann Charles, (E. & Buchanan,) res. 12 Fletcher's ave. 

Eichmann & Buchanan, wagon makers, 111 E. Washington. 

Eichmond Jos. S., express messenger, res. 24 S. Meridian. 

Eichmond J. S., messenger American Express Company, 
res. 119 Market. 

Eichter August, stone mason, res. 315 Virginia ave. 

Eichter E. J., shoemaker, 161 E. Washington, res. same. 

EICHTEE FLOEANCE, Florance's Saloon, 13 N. Illinois, 
bds. Palmer House. 

EICHTEE FEEBEEICK, (E. & Eoggs,) res. 114 E.Wash- 
ington. 

Eichter Henry, grocer, res. Illinois, bet. Second and Third. 

Eichter Henry, saw miller, res. 175 S. Mississippi. 

Eichter & Eoggs, merchant tailors and clothiers, 144 E. 
Washington. 

Eichter William, stone mason, res. 41 Hosbrook, 

Eichter Julius, tinner, Eoot, Bennett & Co. 

Eick August, clerk 91 W. Washinton, bds. same. 

Eickards Thomas, carpenter, shop 86 S. Delaware, res. 138 
Market. 

Eicker E. E., superintendent T. & E. E. E., res. 93 N. Ten- 
nessee. 

Eickets William H., book-binder Campbell & Boyles, bds. 
Illinois. 

Eiddle Sarah, (wid.,) res. Ill W. Michigan. 

Eidefaran James, laborer, res. last house, E side, S. Dela- 
ware. 

Eider Henr^'', laborer, res. 127 W. Michigan. 

Eief Fred., waiter Little's Hotel, res. 23 Henry. 

Eiemenschneider Herman, grocer 47 N. New Jersey, res. 
same. 

Eiffer Jacob, tailor 10 S. Pennsylvania. 

Eifle Dick, butcher, res. Washington. 

Eifle John, tailor, res. 9 Virginia ave. 

EIGGS JOHN, proprietor Eiggs' meat market, 32 N. Illi- 
nois, bds. Macy House. 

EIGGS' MEAT MAEKET, 32 N. Illinois, John Eiggs, pro- 
prietor. 

Eiggs Simpson, (E. & David,) res. 83 South. 

Eiggs & David, meat market, 6 S. Meridian, 

Eihl Charles H., mason, res. 38 N. California. 



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Eiiey B. F., ice dealer, res. 92 W. New York. 

Eiley James, porter Bates House, res. 23 Elizabeth. 

Eiley Martin W., printer Journal office, res. Walnut, bet. 
Illinois and Meridian. 

Binger John Q. A., car repairer Peru R. R., res. 108 St. 
Johns. 

Einger Mrs. Mary A., res. 116 N. East. 

Einihan James, porter Bates House. 

Eipkerds Thomas, carpenter, res. 138 E. Market. 

Eippert John, saloon, E. Washington. 

Eisner Anthony, drayman, res. 15 McCarty. 

Eitter Peter, stone cutter for W. W. James & Co., res. cor. 
South and Missouri. 

Eitzinger Frank, clerk Fletcher's Bank, bds. 124 E. Ohic 

Eitzinger Frederick, secretary insurance company, res. 124 
E. Ohio. 

Eitzinger J. B., clerk Fletcher's Bank, bds. 124 E. Ohio. 

Eoach A. C, corresponding and general agent, Yohn's 
Block, bds. Morris House. 

Eoach Charles, railroader, res. 10 Bates. 

Eoache A. L., (McDonald & E.,) res. 97 N. Pennsylvania. 

Eoales James, farmer, res. 71 N. East. 

Eoback Eli, book-binder, bds. 7 W. Walnut. 

Eoback Henry, moulder, bds. 7 W. Walnut. 

Eoback Mrs. Sarah, res. 7 W. Walnut. 

Eobins H. E., attorney at law, res. 14 E. Ohio. 

Eoberts Jos. T., attorney at law, 18 E. Washington, bds. 
National Hotel. 

Eoberts Mrs. Catharine, res. Alabama, cor. Market. 

Eoberts Thos. A., machinist. P., C. & I. E. E. 

Eoberts Dwight, wholesale and retail grocer, cor. Washing- 
ton and Illinois, res. 160 Tennessee. 

Eoberts Edward, (col.,) in the army, res. 65 S. Noble. 

Eoberts M., messenger American Express Companj", bds. 
Bates House. 

Eoberts T. G., salesman 10 W. Washington, bds. Spencer 
House. 

EOBEETS EEV. TUENEE, (col.,) res. 54 N. Blackford. 

Eoberts Warrington, sergeant 26th Indiana volunteers, res. 
129 N. Liberty. 

Eobins Charles, superintendent E. E., res. 249 S. Alaba- 
ma. 

Eobins E. P., expressman, res. 12 W. St. Clair. 

Eobinius Francis, (E. & Myers,) res. Noble. 

Eobinius & Myers, boots and shoes, 206 E. Washington. 

Eobinius Frank, shoemaker, res. 121 N. Noble. 

Eobinson Charles S., carpenter, res. Tennessee, bet. First 
and Second. 

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EOBINSON CHAS. B., assistant superintendent P. & I. E. 
E., res. 249 S. Alabama. 

Eobinson Edward, blacksmith, res. 162 Indiana ave. 

Eobinson G., painter, 36 N. Pennsylvania. 

Eobinson Matthew B., teamster, res. 91 E. Market. 

Eobinson Eichard B., miller Carlisle's Model Mills. 

Eobinson Eobert W., carpenter, res. 68 N. Missouri. 

Eobinson Thornton F., res. Duncan, bet. Delaware and Ala- 
bama, 

Eobinson William, plasterer, res. 225 S. Alabama. 

Eobinson William H., res. S. E. cor. Alabama and Ohio. 

Eobinson Mrs. Elizabeth, (wid.,) W. Indianapolis. 

Eobson Mrs. C. P., res. 86^ N. Pennsylvania. 

EOCKEY H. S., dealer in coal oil and lamps, 13 S. Meri- 
dian, res. 118 N. West. 

Eockey John, clerk 13 S. Meridian, bds. 118 N. West. 

Eockwell C. B., sutler 11th regiment, res. 87 N. Tennessee. 

EOCKWELL E. E., agent M. & I. E. E., bds. 75 N". Ala- 
bama. 

Eockwood W. 0., treasurer I. & C. E. E., res. 30 S. Ten- 
nessee. 

Eoda Anthony, laborer, res. 148 N. Noble. 

Eodavard Henry, gi'ocer, Indiana ave., res. same. 

Eoderus Andrew, barber, bds. opp. Madison depot. 

Eodolph Martin, laborer, res. Water, N. of McCarty. 

Eoescli Charles, tinner, bds. cor. Washington and Liberty. 

Eoford Charles, res. 119 JST. Meridian. 

Eogers Benjamin F., railroader, res. 128 E. St. Clair. 

Eogers Dr. H., res. 14 E. Ohio. 

Eogers Mrs. Fanny, (wid.,) res. alley, roar of 73 Missouri. 

Eogers I. W., res. 108 E. McCarty. 

Eogers George, taxidermist, bds. 112 Mississippi. 

Eoggs Eudolph, (Eichter & E.,) res. 144 E. Washington. 

Eohren Martin, res. 65 Benton. 

Eolfing Christian, laborei', res. 150 N. Noble. 

Eoll Isaac H., res. cor. Illinois and Vermont. 

EoU William II., paper hangings and shades, 16 S. Illinois, 
res. 71 W. Maryland. 

Eoll Joseph, res. 145 N. New Jersey. 

Eolla Henry, tinner, Eoot, Bennett & Co. 

EOLLING MILL, S. Tennessee, S. of E. E. tracks, office 8 
Blake's Eow. 

Eooker Alfred J., painter, res. 104 Indiana ave. 

Eooker George, painter, res. 158 N. West. 

Eoop John, weaver, res. S. Calfornia, bet. Marj^land and 
Georgia. 

Eoos Emanuel, butcher, bds. 89 S. Illinois. 

Eoos Jacob, (E. & Schmalzreed,) res. 91 S. Illinois. 

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ROOS & SCHMALZREED, dealers in all kinds of fresh 
and salt meats, 89 S. Illinois. 

ROOT, BENNETT & CO., manufiicturers and dealers in 
stoves, tin-ware, sheet-iron, &c., 66 E. Washington. 

Root Charles H., (R., Bennett & Co.,) res. 80 N. Meridian. 

Root Deloss, (E. B. Drake & Co.,) res. 33 N. Meridian. 

Root J. B., (R., Bennett & Co.,) bds. 80 N. Meridian. 

Root Samuel, laborer, res. 178 S. Alabama. 

Rose A. D., Captain in 26th regiment, XJ. S. A. res. 110 N. 
East. 

Rose Franklin, engineer I. & C. R. R., res. cor. Bates and 
Benton. 

Rose J. G., plumber, bds. cor. Vermont and Ellsworth. 

Rosebrock Frederick, grocer, res. 283 S. Delaware. 

Rosebrock Herman H., grocery, res. 168 Virginia ave. 

Rosemeyre Charles, wood-dealer, res. 65 Hosbrook. 

Rosemeyre Charles, Jr., wood-dealer, bds. 65 Hosbrook. 

Rosener Herman, peg and last factory, res. 127 N. Lib- 
erty. 

Rosengarten Henry, druggist, 172 E. Washington, res. 46 
N. Delaware. 

Rosenthal A., wholesale dealer in foreign and domestic 
liquors, and manufacturer of cigars, 38 opp. Union 
Depot, res. Missouri. 

Rosenthal Samuel, clerk 38 opp. Union Depot, bds. Mis- 
souri. 

Ross Bascomb, bds. N. M. Ross. 

Ross Jas., grocer, res. 36 Indiana ave. 

Ross J. H., coal merchant, res. 174 N. Tennessee. 

Ross Norman M., res. Broad Ripple Road. 

Ross Reuben, pump-maker, res. 12 S. West. 

Rosset Theo., butcher, res. 63 Hosbrook. 

Roth Louis, with Lou. Lang, bds. same. 

Rothrock Valentine, res. 147 Virginia ave. 

Rouchette Dela Bretique Arthur, res. extreme E. end of 
Maryland. 

Roupp William, merchant tailor, 105 E. Washington, res. 
same. 

Routier Anoltole, carpenter, res. 65 Elm. 

Routier John E., carpenter, bds. 65 Elm. 

Routier P., carpenter, res. 65 Huron. 

Rowe Austin, engineer Central R. R., res. 55 Benton. 

Rowe Samuel, gunsmith, bds. 80 N. New Jersey. 

Rozier Aaron, laborer, res. 132 W. New York. 

Rubush Alexander, brick-layer, res. 203 N. Noble. 

Rubush Jacob, brick-layer, res. 62 N. East. 

Rubush Fletcher, carpenter, res. 59 N. Noble. 

Rucker Dr. J. S., res. 58 W. Vermont. 



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EUCKLB N. D., merchant tailor and agent for Williams 
& Orris' $25 sewing machines, E. Market, opp. Post- 
office, res. Second, bet. Illinois and Meridian. 

Euckle N. E., Captain Co. E, llth regiment Indiana Vol- 
unteers. 

Euckwein Philip, clerk Union Hall. 

Eue Mrs. Martha, W. Indianapolis. 

Eumann August, express driver, res. 131 E. Washington. 

Eundle Charles, shooting gallery 29^ S. Meridian. 

Eunnion William, (Hays & E.,) bds.'Mrs. Kinder. 

Eunnels John, res. S. E. cor. Ohio and Tennessee. 

Eusch Fred. P., produce and commission merchant, 81 and 
83 Masonic Hall, res. Virginia ave. 

Eusche Peter, stone cutter, res. Wyoming. 

Euschaupt Aug., clerk German Dry Goods Store. 

Euschaupt F., (E. & Bals,) res. 61 New Jersey. 

Eusehaupt & Bals, wholesale and retail dealers in wines, 
whiskies and brandies, 82 E. Washington. 

Eussell James L., clerk in postoffice, res. cor. Maryland and 
Merrill. 

Eussell James, U. S. A., res. 14 Michigan Eoad. 

EUSSELL JOHN" S., policeman, res. 284 Delaware. 

Eussell Levi, laborer, res. Ill E. McCarty. 

Eussell Nicholas, res. 42 Bates. 

Eussell Samuel, laborer, res. 21 Eailroad. 

Eussman Charles, German boarding house, 119 E. Wash- 
ington. 

Euswenkel John, cigar-maker, res. 123 N. East. 

Euth Adolph, clerk W. Washington, bds. same. 

Eutz F. A., bar-keeper Crystal Palace saloon, bds. same. 

Eyan Mrs. Ellen, (wid.,) res. Georgia, bet. Tennessee and 
Illinois. 

EYAN J. B., (C. A. Elliott & Co.,) res. 100 Mississippi. 

Eyan John, railroader, res. 120 E. Market. 

Eyan John, U. S. A., res. 42 Liberty. 

Eyan John, laborer, res. 198 S. Delaware. 

Eyan Michael, raih'oader, res. 103 Eailroad. 

J\yan Patrick, laborer, res. 110 S. East. 

Eyan Mrs. Peggy, (wid.,) res. 16 S. East. 

EyanE. J., Lieut. Colonel 35th regiment Indiana Volunteers. 

Eyan T. F., wholesale wines, liquors and tobacco agency, 
bds. 32 Kentucky ave. 



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s 

Sackett C. 0., printer H. H. Dodd & Co., bds. 79^ E. Wash- 
ington. 

Sago John, moulder, res. 25 Henry. 

Sahm Ludwig, carpenter, res. 88 Ft. Waj^ne uve. 

Sahm Lngfried, clerk, 84 W. Washington, bds. 15 W. Ohio. 

Sr. CHAELES SALOON, E. Haas, proprietor, «G E. AVash- 
ington. 

St. Johns Church, Georgia, bet. Tennessee and Illinois. 

St. John E., salesman IG S. Illinois, bds. 71 W. Mar^^land. 

St. Johns Female Seminar3% cor. Tennessee and Georgia. 

ST. MARYS SISTERS OF PROVIDENCE, school cor. 
Georgia and Tennessee. 

ST. NICHOLAS SALOON, Eurich & Schaffer, proprietors, 
7 N. Illinois. 

Sales Al., ostler for Wm. Wilkison. 

Sample Samuel C, carpenter, res. 192 E. St. Clair. 

Sanders John, (col.,) laborer, res. 68 W. Vermont. 

Sanders John, carpenter, res. 148 N. Liberty. 

Santo Edward, bar-keeper Verandah Saloon, bds. same. 

Sapp W. D., clerk Morris House. 

Sauar John, laborer, res. 30 Union. 

Saubum Joseph B., painter, res. 53 S. Pennsylvania. 

Saum Jacob, brick-layer, res. 23 Central. 

Sawyer John S., book-keeper C. Donaldson 71 W. South, 
"bds. New Jersey, bet. South and Merrill. 

Sayles Horatio, blacksmith, res. S. E. Michigan Road. 

Scalheimer Wm., huckster, W. Indianapolis. 

Scarry House, John Scarry, proprietor, 20 N. Pennsylvania. 

Scarry John, proprietor Scarry House, 30 N. Pennsylvania. 

Schaaf Abel, laborer, res. 49 N. Noble. 

Schad George, laborer, res. 52 Davidson. 

Schad Gotlieb, wagon-maker, res. 52 Davidson. 

Schaffer Michael, dyer, 31 Virginia ave. 

SchaflFer C, (Eurich & S.,) res. W. Georgia. 

Schaffner Jacob, laborer, res. 219 N. Noble. 

Schaub George, shoemaker, res. 125 Noble. 

Schaub Henry, bar-keeper, bds. G W. Washington. 

Schaub Henry, proprietor Central restaurant, 6 AY. Wash- 
ington, res. 137 Noble. 

Schaub Peter, expressman, res. 123 N. Noble. 

Scheader C, laborer, res. 130 N. Noble. 

Scheer Fred., proprietor Station House, opp. Union Depot. 

Schilling Henry, laborer, res. 292 Virginia ave. 

Schilring Nicholas, baker and cook, res. 158 N. Liberty. 

Schindler Robert, salesman 26 and 28 W. Washington. 



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Schlatthamer Valentine, cabinet-maker, res. 75 Davidson. 

Schley Allan, tinner 11 W. Washington, bds. 24 N. Penn- 
sylvania. 

Schley George J., printer Journal oflSce, res. 24 N. Penn- 
sylvania. 

Schley Mrs. G. M., res. 24 K Pennsylvania. 

Schley John, printer H. H. Dodd & Co., bds. 82 N. Dela- 
ware. 

Schloer Christian, shoemaker, res. 74 Ft. Wayne ave. 

Schraalzried Charles, (Eoos & S.,) res. 91 S. Illinois. 

Schmidt Frederick, brewer, res. 299 S. Delaware. 

Schmidt Philip, shoemaker, 7 N. Meridian. 

Schmitt A., house and sign painter, 103^ E. Washington. 

Schmitt John, cigar maker, bds. Bluff Eoad. 

Schnable John, wood-sawyer, res. cor. Tennessee and First. 

Schnell Zacharias, flower garden, res. 78 Pratt. 

SCHNEIDEE EEV JOHN, methodist, res. 122 E. Ohio. 

Schnucs Charles, shoemaker, bds. 51 S. Illinois. 

Schnuckler T. H., res. 155 Massachusetts ave. 

SchnuU A., (A. & H. S.,) res. Alabama, bet. Market and 
Ohio. 

Schnull H., (A. & H. S.,) res. Alabama, bet Market and 
Ohio. 

SCHNULL A. & H., wholesale grocers, produce and com- 
mission merchants, whisky, wines, &c., cor. Washing- 
ton and Delaware, 

Schofield Thos. B., (T. B. S. & Co.,) bds. 24 N. Mississippi. 

SCHOFIELD THOS. B. & CO., manufacturers of vinegar, 
&c., 49 E. South. 

SCHONACKEK HUBEET J., professor of music, bds. 
Spencer House. 

SCHOPPENHOEST WILLIAM, dealer in groceries, pro- 
duce, liquors, feed, &c., 101 E. Washington, res. same. 

SCHOTT JOSEPH, dealer in groceries, provisions, &c., 117 
E. Washington, res. same. 

Schouzer E., saw-filer, 62^ B. Washington. 

Schowe Fred., works T. H. engine house, res. 291 Virginia 
ave. 

Schrader Anthony, laborer, res. 144 N. Liberty. 

Schrader Henry, adjutant 26th Ind. volunteers. 

Schrader John, machinist, res. 148 E. Market. 

Schramm Charles, clerk, res. 105 E. Vermont. 

Schramm J. C. A., clerk City Treaserers Office, res. Ver- 
mont, bet. East and New Jersey. 

Schreck Mrs. Mary, sewing, res. 143 N. Noble. 

Schi-oder Frederick, cooper, res. 192 N. Noble. 

Schuessler Conrad, laborer, res. 152 N. New Jersey. 

Schuldmeir Fred., salesman 144 E. Washington, res. same. 



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Schuler Geo. J., salesman New York Store, bds. Morris 
House. 

Schuler Joseph, butcher, res. 209 S. Pennsylvania, up stairs. 

Schulmj'er Frederick, laborer, res. 55 E. St. Mary. 

Schuram Julius, teacher of the German and English free 
school, res. 69 N. Delaware. 

Schunneman Wm., laborer, res. 82 Bluff Eoad. 

Schuster Theodore, U. S. service, res. 51 McCarty. 

Schuyler F. J., printer Sentinel Office, bds, 44 N. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Schwal Henry, printer Indiana Free Press. 

Schwameier Christian, laborer, res. 164 E. Michigan. 

Schwamire Wm., cooper, res. 187 N. Noble. 

Sch warty Christian, cartman, res. Phipps. 

Schwarty Michael, U. S. A., 35 Huron. 

Schwico Charles, salesman Fitzgibbon & Co., res. 87 Un- 
ion. 

Schwico Fred., porter Fitzgibbon & Co., bds. 87 Union. 

Schwegel Len., harness maker, res. 102 Pennsylvania. 

Schweinhart Peter, grocery, 253 Indiana ave., res. 251 In- 
diana ave. 

Schwomeyer Henry, cooper, res. 180 X. Noble. 

Schyler Geo., bar-kee])er Exchange Restaurant. 

Scott Almon, teamster, res. 69 Spring. 

Scott Charles, laborer, res. 123 Bluff Eoad. 

Scott Henry M., student at law with Harrison & Fishback, 
bds. 127 N. xVlabama. 

Scott John, salesman New York Store, res. 191 N. Illinois. 

Scott John, (col..) wood sawyer, res. Illinois, bet. Second 
and Third. 

Scott, Nicholson & Co., stone and marble yard, Kentucky 
ave. 

Scott Adam, (S., Nicholson & Co.,) res. East. 

Scribner Geo. B., jun., hatter, bds. Ohio House. 

Scudder Caleb., boarding house, 46 W. Market. 

Scudder Michael R., constable, res. 92^ N. New Jersey. 

Seafart Louis, meat market, 77 E. Washington, res. S. Del- 
aware. 

Seaman Edwin, agent Wm. Sheets, res. 18 W. Ohio. 

Seaman Wm., blacksmith, res. 27 N. Spring. 

Sears Andrew, laborer, res. 207 S. Pennsylvania. 

Sears Martin, laborer, bds. 207 S. Pannsylvania. 

Sears Thomas, laborer, bds. 209 S. Pennsylvania. 

Seasel S., salesman 8 E. Washington, bds. Morris House. 

Seay Abraham, U. S. A., res. 60 Indiana ave. 

Secrets Charles, brick-mason, res. 205 S. Alabama. 

Seele Henry, laborer, res. 174 N. Liberty. 

Secrist H., confectioner, res. 26 S. Meridian. 

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Seibert Samuel, blacksmith, 252 E. "Washington, res. 3 N". 

Liberty. 
Seidensticker, Adolph, attorney at law, 91 E. Washington, 

res. 41 N. Noble. 
Seiter R., cooper, res. 116 E. Market. 
Seiver John A., (Church & Co.,) res. Cumberland. 
SELESTIAL SHOE SHOP, Thomas Dugan, proprietor, 

Blake's Building, fourth story. 
Sell Pat., U. S. A., res. 103 W. South. 
Semmeliuk Wm., carpenter, res. 157 E. Ohio. 
Semmons J. H., (J. H. S. & Co.,) res. 23 S. Illinois. 
Semmons J. H. & Co., opticians, 23 S. Illinois. 
Senior Mrs. Parthenie, washer, res. 90 Massachusetts ave. 
SENOUE REV. F., presbyterian, bds. 140 N. Tennessee. 
Senour J. F., wholesale and retail druggist, 5 Bates House, 

W. Washington, res. 140 N. Tennessee. 
Sergant E. M., at Bellefontaine ear shop, res. 19, alley E. of 

S. East. 
Sergent Ezre, foreman Bellefontaine car shop, res. 19 X. 

East. 
Sergent F. L., blacksmith, res. 161 N. Liberty. 
Serger A., salesman 3 E. Washington, bds. Oriental House. 
Server Augugtus, clerk at Mansur's pork-house, res. 59 N. 

Mississippi. 
Server Franklin, at Mansur's pork-house, res. 59 j^. Missis- 
sippi. 
Server Elliott, butcher, 56 Davidson. 
Servison Wm., Lafayette R. R. 
Severance F. M., machinist, res. 157 N. Liberty. 
Severin Henry, grocery, 207 N. New Jersey, res. same. 
Sewel Joseph, U. S. A., res. 13 Elm. 
Seybold AUis, res. 121 E. Ohio. 
Seybold J as. K., marble yard, cor. Market and Delaware, 

res. 68 N. Mississippi. 
Shachnacy Thos., musician, res. 243 S. Pennsylvania. 
Shade B. W., salesman New York Store, bds. 106 Tennes- 
see. 
Shafer Cornelius, saloon. Illinois, res. 166 S. Tennessee. 
Shafer Simon, res. 67, alley in rear ol 70 N. Mississippi. 
Shane Michael, laborer, res. 55 E. St. Joseph. 
Shaneberger D. H., clerk Adams Express office, bds. 93 E. 

Ohio. 
Sharer John, carpenter, res. Elizabeth. 
Sharp Geo., cigar maker, 35 W. Washington, bds. Spencer 

House. 
Sharp Stephen, res. 101 Meek. 
Sharpe E., book-keeper Indianapolis Branch Banking Co., 

bds. 95 N. Pennsylvania. 



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SHARPE J. K., manufacturer and dealer in boots and shoes, 
leather, &c., also, hats, caps and furs, 88 and 90 E. AVash- 
ington, res. E. Washington, outside city limits. 

Sharpe Thos. H., (Fletcher"& S.,) res. 95 N. Pennsylvania. 

Sharpless P., book-keeper 86 W. Washington, res. 102 N. 
Meridian. 

Shaub John, wood sawyer, res. 129 K. Noble. 

Shaughnessy Mrs. J., dress maker, res. 131 S. Alabama. 

Shaw Henry, laborer, res. 169 S. Alabama. 

Shaw J. P., res. 78 Madison ave. 

Shaw Patrick, clerk 49 South, bds. Jefferson House. 

Shaw Victor, plasterer, res. Michigan, bet. Liberty and No- 
ble. 

Shawver C. J., saddler, 20 W. Washington, bds. 54 Indiana 
ave. 

Shay Jerry, laborer, res. 23 alley E. of S. East. 

Shay Thomas, laborer, res. cor. Plum and Cherry. 

Shayler Henry, laborer, res. 139 S. Alabama. 

Shea Eoger, laborer, resTlOS W. New York. 

Shea Cornelius, laborer, res. 105 W. New York. 

Shea James, laborer, res. 166 S. Mississippi. 

Shead M., tailor, res. Vermont, bet. Liberty and Noble. 

Shearer David, plow maker at Beard, Starr & Co., bds. Ohio 
, House. 

Shearer Frederick, chair maker, res. 71 E. Morrill. 

Shearer George, engineer Bellefontaine E. R., res. 336 S. 
Delaware. 

Shearer Mary, (wid.,) res. 336 S. Delaware. 

Sheehan Mary, (wid.,) res. 192 S. Delaware. 

Sheets Wm., blank book manufacturer, &c., 77 W. Wash- 
ington, res. cor. Pennsylvania and Ohio. 

Shehan Daniel, laborer, res. 143 W. Alabama. 

Shekel Christian, laborer, res. 230 S. Alabama. 

Shellenberger John, pattern maker, res. 142 N. New Jersey. 

Sheppard Mrs., cloak maker, with Miss Moon. 

Shcrbern Asa, engineer T. H. R. li., bds. 107 S. Tennessee. 

Sherbern William, engineer T. H.E. R., res. 99 W. Mary- 
land. 

Sheridan John W., tailor, res. West, bet. Maryland and 
Georgia. 

Sherman "George, grocer, cor. Pennsyl 'ania and North, res. 
cor. Meridian and New York. 

Sherman Gustavus, res. 29 N. Neridian. 

Sherman Paul, harness maker, 20 W. Washington, res. 44 
Indiana ave. 

Shewver Alex., carpenter, res. 21 Chatham. 

Shigert Fred., Turner Hall, res. cor. Kentucky ave. and S. 
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Sbilcott John, carpenter, bds. cor. Tennessee and First. 

Shillett Henry, res. 22 N.Mississippi. 

Shilling Charles, works Bellefontaine freight depot, res. 138 

Davidson. 
Shire Maurice, laborer, rear of 241 S. Pennsylvania. 
Shipmire Charles, drayman, res. 193 E. St. Clair. 
Shippey Mrs. J. C, "house-keeper C. B. Eockwell, 87 N, 

Tennessee. 
Shively L. H., millwright, res. 110 E. South. 
Shmidt H., Corporation Garden, E. National Eoad. 
Shoecraft Siles, (col.,) barber, res. 22 Loukabee. 
Shoemaker Fred., piano maker, res. 98 W. Maryland. 
Shoemaker Henry, res. 58 N. Noble. 
Shoemaker John, bds, 98. W. Maryland. 
Shoemaker Mary, (wid.,) res. 115 E. Maryland. 
Shober Jacob, laborer, res. 214 S. Alabama. 
Shomberg Wm., shoemaker, on alley between Market and 

Washington. 
Shopp Elizabeth, (wid.,) res. 26 Union. 
Shore Fred , blacksmith, res. 101 Water. 
Shore John railroader, res. 110 S. Noble. 
Shore Wm., brick mason, res. 101 Water. 
Short P. C, student, bds. 130 N. New Jersey. 
Short John, meat market, 208 W. Washington, res. same. 
Shortridge A. C, teacher, near Oak. 
Shortridge. A. P., res. 118 N. Illinois. 
Shotte Charles, butcher, bds. 22 Indiana ave. 
Shotts George, brewer, bds. 135 W. Maryland. 
Shoub Jacob, shoemaker, res. 238 Massachusetts ave. 
Shouse Greenberry, teamster, W. Indianapolis. 
Shrader P., shoemaker, 38 W. Washington. 
Shrader John A., res. back of 70 N. Mississippi. 
Shriner Wm., tanner, 78 Madison ave. 
Shroeck Geo., carpenter, res. 248 Indiana ave. 
Shuer John, res. 35 N. Noble. 
Shuler Fred., currier for J. K. Sharpe. 
Shulmyer L. C, clerk, ' J E. Washington, res. 163 N. New 

Jersey. 
Shulty John, peddler res. cor. Orient and National Eoad. 
Shwevel Daniel, sad ler, res. 201 S. Pennsylvania. 
Siberd Hiram, blac!%mith, res. 91 S. East. 
Sibert Cicero, mechanic, bds. 75 E. Market. 
Sibert David, blacksmith, res. 75 E. Market. 
Sibert Mrs. Sarah, res. 8 Chatham. 

SICKELS EEV. WM., Presbyterian, res. 170 N. Illinois. 
SIEGEIST SIMON, pastor St. Mary's German Catholic 

Church, 46 S. Delaware. 
Siemon Christ., laborer, res. 151 N. Noble. 

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Sikes John, engineer Terre Haute E. E., bds. 107 S. Ten- 
nessee. 

Simcox John "W., saddler, 138 N. East, res. same. 

Simmons Henry, grocer, res. 37 cor. Tennessee and Indiana 
ave. 

Simms James, laborer, res. 222 S. Alabama. 

Simon A. F., grocer, E. National Eoad. 

Simon G-., (G-. S. & Son.) res. Cincinnati. 

SIMON" G-. & SON, clothiers, 1 S. W. cor. Washington and 
Meridian. 

SINGEE I. M. & CO., sewing machines, 3 Odd Fellows' 
Hall, Washington. 

Simon Lewis, barber, res. 56 S. East. 

Simon Peter, currier, res. 141 E. Market. 

Simon Eeese, grocer, 104 N. Noble, res. same. 

Simons Miss Sallie, cloak maker with Miss Moon. 

Simonson George A., school teacher, res. 87 Massachusetts 
ave. 

Simonson Col. S., U. S. A., bds. Bates House. 

Simpson F. F., (Danforth & S.,) res. 8:i N. Illinois. 

Simpson John, IJ. S. A., bds. Morris House. 

Simpson John, laborer, W. Indianapolis. 

Simpson Mrs. Lavina, boarding, res. 27 Indiana ave. 

SIMPSON M. &E., wholesale and retail dealers in wines and 
liquors, groceries and country produce, cor. South and 
Delaware. 

Simpson N., grocery and saloon, 1G2 and 164 W. Washing- 
ton, res. same. 

Simpson Eichard, (M. & E. S.,) cor. S. and Delaware, bds. 
Bates House. 

Simpson Wm., U. S. A., res. 83 cor. Pine and Elm. 

Sims John, carpenter, res. 20 St. Clair. 

Sims Wm., res. New York, near Canal. 

Sinker Edward, (Dumont k S.,) res. 101 Yirginia ave. 

Sipp Charles A., machinist, res. 43 N. New Jersey. 

Skilly Mrs. T., (wid.,) boarding house, S. Meridian. 

Skillen J., (J. S. & Bro.,) res. cor. West and Market. 

Skillen E. G., (J. S. & Bro.,) res. 250 AV. Washington. 

Skillen J. & Bro., wholesale and retail grocers, 248 W. 
Washington. 

Skinner AVm. H., engineer Central E. E., res. 55 S. Noble. 

Slack A. H., salesman Fancy Bazaar, bds. 83 New York. 

Slatter Charles, carpenter, res. 71 N. East. 

Slaughter Milton, carpenter, res. 21 E. Georgia. 

Sleek Alex., wood sawyer, res. 124 E. Michigan. 

Slein Joseph, shoemaker, 64 E. Washington. 

SLOAN E. W., sup't Am. Express Co., res. 97 N. Tenn- 
essee. 

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Sloan Geo. W., clerk, 22 W. Washington, res. 101 N. Tenn- 
essee. 

Sloan John, cabinet maker, res. 83 S. Tennessee. 

Sloan John N., bds. 97 N. Tennessee. 

Slugger Henry, laborer, res. 271 S. East. 

Small David, carpenter, res. 139 Massachusetts ave. 

SMALL EEV. GLLBERT, Associate Eeform, res. 40 N. 
Delaware. 

Small Jerome N., clerk, 155 B. Washington, bds. Michigan 
Eoad, E. of city. 

Small R. A., foreman Lawrenceburg car shop, res. S. E. 
Michigan Road. 

Smalwood John, res. 32 ]^. Noble. 

Smidt Obed, drum head manufacturer, res. 47 S. New Jer- 
sey. 

Smith Albert, laborer, bds. 52 Huron. 

Smith A. C, compositor with CuUum & Stanagc, bds. Lit- 
tle's Hotel. 

Smith Andrew J., works Lawrenceburg car shop, res. 54 
Bates. 

Smith Andrew conductor, Peru R. R., res. 241 S. Alabama. 

Smith Anne, teacher, res. 36 E. Ohio. 

Smith Hon. Caleb B., Secretary of Interior, Washington, 
res. cor. New York and California. 

Smith Christian, stone cutter, (Smith, Ittenbach & Co.,) 180 
South Delaware. 

Smith Cyrus, teacher, res. cor. Ash and Cherry, 

Smith Ellen, (wid.,) res. 107 S. Alabama. 

Smith E. M., carpenter, res. 99 W. Maryland. 

Smith E. R., bds. Scarry House. 

SMITH FRANCIS, real estate agent, 37 E. Washington, 
res. 58 S. Tennessee. 

Smith Frank, clerk Beebe & Hawes, bds. 44 Indiana ave. 

Smith Frederick, grocery, 126 N. Mississippi, res. same. 

Smith George, printer, res. 12 N. New Jersey. 

Smith George, baker, 200 W. Washington, bds. same. 

Smith George, blacksmith at Drew's carriage shop, bds. 
Ohio House. 

Smith George, laborer, res. 97 Railroad. 

Smith George T., clerk, Werden & Co., bds. 115, N. New 
Jerse3\ 

Smith G. W. B., printer Sentinel Office, res. 12 N. New Jer- 
sey. 

Smith Mrs. Hannah, res. 36 E. Ohio. 

Smith Henry C, salesman, 25 W. Washington, bds. 53 In- 
diana ave. 

Smith Henry, res. 196 N. Illinois. 

Smith Hugh F., (S. & Stevenson,) bds. 21 S. Delaware. 



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Smith Hugh H., shoemaker, res. 19 Alabama. 

Smith Isaac, foreman Mansur & Ferguson's cooper shop, W. 
Indianapolis. 

SMITH, ITTBNBACH & CO., stone yard, 170 S. Delaware. 
(See card.) 

Smith Jacob, ambrotype and photograph artist, 8 Glenns' 
Block, res. 142 New York. 

Smith Jacob, blacksmith, 312 S. Delaware. 

Smith James, laborer, res. 118 S. JSIew Jersey. 

Smith James, railroader, res. 135 N. Liberty. 

Smith James H., clerk Merrill & Co., bds. Mrs. Smith. 

Smith John, wire worker, 266 S. Delaware. 

Smith John, railroader, res. 161 Virginia ave. 

Smith John, stone cutter, res. E. National Road. 

Smith John, shoemaker, 32 E. Washington, res. 9 E. North. 

SMITH REV. JOHN C, Methodist, res. 115 N. New Jer- 
sey. 

Smith John C, carpenter, res. cor. St. Clair and James. 

Smith John G., blacksmith, res. 84 N. New Jersey. 

Smith J. W., Phoenix Saloon, 15 W. Washington, res. same. 

Smith Jonathan, printer, Journal Office, bds. 9 E. North. 

Smith Joseph, tinisher, Lawrenceburgh car shop, res. Elm. 

Smith Lawrence, porter Bellefontaine R. R. res. Meridian. 

Smith Leonard, currier for Mooney & Co. 

Smith Leo, laborer, res. 12 Meridian. 

Smith M. C., dry goods, res. 139 N. Alabama. 

Smith Mrs. M. C., (wid.,) boarding, res. 44 S. Pennsylvania. 

Smith Mrs. Mary Elizabeth, (wid.,) res. 48 Michigan Road. 

Smith P. G., salesman Fancy Bazaar, bds. Mrs. Kinder. 

Smith Richard, teamster, res. 51 Union. 

Smith Samuel F., (Osgood, S. & Co.,) res. 42 S. Meridian. 

Smith Sophia, dress maker, res. 86 Pratt. 

SMITH STEPHEN, city bill poster, card and circular dis- 
tributor, res. 102 N. Mississippi. 

Smith Theo. M., salesman Bee-Hive, bds. Macy House. 

Smith Thomas, res. cor. Washington and Alabama. 

Smith VYm., chandler, res. 36 N. California. 

Smith Wm., butcher, res. 151 Massachusetts ave. 

Smith Wm., bar-keeper Phoenix Saloon, 15 W. Washington. 

Smith Wm., res. 37 N. Delaware, cor. Ohio. 

Smith Wm. C, R. R. City Mills, res. 33 W. Ohio. 

Smith Wm. Frank, clerk 22 Washington, res. 102^ N. Me- 
ridian. 

Smith Wm. H., clerk J. S. Dunlop, bds. 84 N. New Jersey. 

Smith Wm. Q., coal dealei', res. 38 N. East. 

Smith Wm. S., fish dealer, res. 192 N. Illinois. 

Smither H. G., clerk Hogshire & Hunter, bds. 53 Indiana 
ave. 



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Smitlier Jas. W., mail agent I. & C. E. E., bda. 53 Indiana 

ave. 
Smither John, res. 53 Indiana ave. 
Smithmeyer John M., bds. 79^ E. Washington. 
Smock Abraham, driver hose carriage, bds. Marion engine 

house. 
Smock George W., laborer, res. 196 IS". New Jersey. 
Smock M. L. C, butcher, bds. 28 S. Pennsylvania. 
Smock Mrs. Nancy, (wid.,) seamstress, res. 17 Huron. 
Smock Peter, clerk 56 E. Washington, res. Alabama, bet. 

Maryland and Georgia. 
Smock Peter, clerk, res. 196 N. New Jersey. 
Smock Eicharcl W., laborer, 138 S. East. 
Smock Wm. C, deputy county clerk, res. 123 E. New York. 
Smj'des Frederick, blacksmith, res. cor. Water and McCarty. 
Snapp Mrs. Abigal, hair-braider, res. 160 E. New York. 
Snajjp Charles, watch maker, 1 Bates House. 
Snider Conrad, carpenter, res. Vermont, bet. Liberty and 

Noble. 
Snider Geo. W., laborer, res. N. Noble, bet. Vermont and 

New York. 
Snider Paul, laborer, res. 64 BluflF Eoad. 
Snow Isaac, tailor, res. 34 E. Louisiana. 
Snvder Conrad, laborer, res. E. Wyoming. 
SNYDEE DAVID E., cashier Branch Bank of the State of 

Indiana, bds. S. Pennsylvania. 
Snyder John, moulder, res. S. Alabama. 
Snyder L., (W. & L. S..) res. Maryland, opp. Pyle House. 
Snyder W., (W. & L. S.,) res. 95 Mississippi. 
Snyder W. & L., meat market, 29 S. Meridian. 
Socwell Henry, grocer, res. 16 N. New Jersey. 
Socwell Heniy M., (Spencer & S.,) res. 18 N. New Jersey. 
Sogamier August, porter A. & H. SchnuU. 
Solomon Charles, cigar maker, 30 S. Illinois, bds. same. 
Solomon J., (J. & M. S.,) res. 30 S. Illinois. 
Solomon J. & M., manufacturers, wholesale and retail dea- 
lers in cigars and tobacco, 30 S. Illinais. 
Solomon M., (J. & M. S.,) res. 30 S. Illinois. 
Sondenegger Fidel, porter Branch Bank. 
Sorter William, chair maker, res. 72 N. Mississippi. 
Southard J. P.. wholesale and retail boots and shoes, 19 E. 

Washington, res. 68 Vermont, cor. Alabama. 
Southard M. E., salesman 19 E. Washington, res. 10 St. 

Clair. 
Spalding John W., carriage maker, res. 72 N. Alabama. 
Spann John S., (S. & Love,) res. 73 N. Pennsylvania. 
SPANN & LOVE, real estate and insurance agents, cor. 

Washington and Meridian. (See card outside.) 



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Spaht Bernard, res. 46 S. Delaware. 

Spear Frederick, drayman, res. 103 E. South. 

Spears Mrs. Priscilla, (col.,) earj)et weaver, res. 63 S. No- 
ble. 

Speckman H., cigar store, 57 S. Illinois, res. Georgia, bet. 
Illinois and Tennessee. 

Speigel Augustus, (S., Thorns & Co.,) res. 121, cor. Liberty 
and Vermont. 

Speigel Christian, (S., Thorns & Co.,) res. cor. East and 
North. 

SPEIGEL, THOMS & CO., wholesale and retail manufoc- 
turers and dealers in furniture, &c., 73 W. Washington. 

Spenn James R., butcher, res. 106 Davidson. 

SPENCER HOUSE, M. Harth, proprietor, cor. S. Illinois 
and Louisiana. 

Spencer House Saloon, M. Harth, proj^rietor. 

Spencer James, (col.,) eating saloon, res. 135 N. Tennes- 
see. 

Spencer Milton, (S. & Socwell,) res. 132 E. Market. 

Spencer Stephen, wholesale and retail dealer in hats, caps, 
furs, &c., 32 W. Washington, res. 10 W. Market. 

Spencer & Socwell, grocers, 202 E. Washington. 

Spicer Bloomfield M., carpenter, res. 26 Michigan Road. 

Spielhoff Henry, cai'penter, res. 49 McCarty, 

Splan James, coal-hauler, res. 57 S. West. 

Spol John, peddler, res. E. National Road. 

SiDOngenburg Dedrick, shoemaker, res. 109 E. South. 

Spotts William, (Elliott & S.,) res. 6 Fletcher ave. 

Sprandel George, res. 106 W. Vermont. 

Spratt Mrs. Martha, seamstress, res. 139 N. Alabama. 

Spraw George, waiter Spencer House. 

Spray Kezug, laborer, res. 83 S. Meridian. 

Spring Adam, stone-cutter, res. 48 N. Noble. 

Spressee Elizabeth, (wid.,) res. 267 S. Delaware. 

Springer David, carpenter, res. 5 Chatham. 

Springer Martin B., moulder, res. 178 E. Ohio. 

Springsteen Abram, brick-mason, res. Ill E. Market. 

Springsteen Jefferson, painter, res. 31 Spring. 

Springsteen John, bar-keeper Kentucky Union Saloon, bds. 
31 Spring. 

Sproule W. R., salesman, 22 S. Illinois, bds. same. 

Sprow Mrs. Louisa, washer, res. 82 E. Vermont. 

Staats George D., superintendent Odd Fellows' Hall, res. 6 
Michigan. 

Staats & English, painters, 6 S. Meridian. 

Stacy , laborer, res. 162 N. Blake. 

Stagg C. W., law student, bds. 76 W. New York. 

Stagg Mrs., (wid.,) res. 76 W. New York. 

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Stuhlhuth Chas., carpenter, res. First, bet. Meridian and 
Illinois. 

Staker Franklin, U. S. A., res. cor. Maryland and Dela- 
ware. 

Stall Jake, butcher, 200 E. Washington. 

Stallard Mrs. Clara, res. 151 E. Ohio. 

STANAGE S. W., (Cullum & S.,) res. 72 N. Alabama. 

Stanage , stock-trader, res. jST. Mississippi. 

STAFF J. H., real estate and general intelligence office, TV". 
Washington, res. Drake's Edition, Illinois, bet. Second 
and Third. 

Stark Gustaves, carpenter, res. 81 Ft. Wayne ave. 

Starr James M., plow manufacturer, 86 cor. Tennessee and 
Washington. 

Starr John C., carpenter, res. 101 W. South. 

STATE HOUSE SALOON, opp. State House, Doty & Lee, 
proprietors. 

Staten Mrs. Mary A., (wid.,) res. 201 Indiana ave. 

Stater Christ., laborer, res. 92 E. McCarty. 

Station House, Fred. Scheer, proprietor, Illinois, opp, Depot, 

Stature James, laborer, res. 283 S. East. 

STAUB JOSEPH, merchant tailor, 69 E. Washington, res. 
110 N. Noble. 

Staulman Frederick, laborer, res. 119 E. South. 

Stauss Gustave, finisher car shop, res. Market, near Cady. 

Stebbins John, laborer, res. 141 S. Alabama. 

Stedman Dr. E. P., office and res. 40 Massachusetts ave. 

Stedman Percival, clerk freight depot I. & C. E. E., res. 117 
S. Alabama. 

Steegman Charles, grocer, res. 205 S. Delaware. 

Steele Wm. H., carpenter, res. 159 N. East. 

Steenberg L , bar-keeper Palmer House Saloon, bds. 17 In- 
diana ave. 

Sterling Samuel, clerk, res. 195 S. Illinois. 

STEEN EEV. M. G. J., German Eeformed, res. 15 N. Ala- 
bama. 

STEFFENS C. W. & CO., mathematical, optical and instru- 
ment makers, 8 Blackford's Building. 

Steffens Charles W., (C. W. S. & Co.,) res. 55 E. Ohio. 

Steffens E. F., (C. W. S. & Co.) 

Steiner Jacob, res. 156 N. East. 

Steinhilber Martin, laborer, res. 149 E. Market. 

Steinmann Geo., tailor, res. S. Meridian. 

Steinmann John, tailor, S. Meridian, res. same. 

SteinnuUer Geo., cigar maker, bds. Union Hall. 

Steinwenter Andrew, works Eolling Mill, res. 68 E. St. Jo- 
seph. 

Stelhorn Christian, carpenter, res. 176 N. Noble. 



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Steller Wm., bar-keeper Washington Hall Saloon, res. 160 
Alabama. 

Stelzell John, (Henning & S.,) res. 13 North. 

Stem Frederick, Justice of the Peace, Judah Block, res. cor. 
Market and Cady. 

Steobler Michael, teamster, res. 45 Spring. 

Stephens George W., U, S. service, res. 43 S. Illinois. 

Stephens Samuel, U. S. service, res. 43 S. Illinois. 

Stephens Levi B., brick-maker, 256 Madison ave. 

Steub Joseph, tailor, res. 110 N. Noble. 

Stevens Alexander D., printer, Dodd & Co., bds. 78 S. East. 

Stevens Geo. P., sutler 39th Indiana volunteers, bds. 95 N. 
Tennessee. 

Stevens Marinda C, (wid.,) res. 78 S. East. 

Stevens S. H., salesman Perrine's news stand, Union De- 
pot, bds. 78 S. East. 

Stevenson C. S., paymaster Jj. S. A., res. 94 N. West. 

STEVENSON EEV. DAYID, presbyterian, res. 248 N. Il- 
linois. 

Stevenson John, cooper, res. Missouri, bet. Vermont and 
Michigan. 

Steward Jacob, laborer, res. 344 S. Delaware. 

Steward Joshua, laborer, res. Virginia ave. 

Steward Andrew, Uiborer, res. W. Elizabeth. 

Stewart Axton, (col.,) cook Palmer House, res. 137 N. Ten- 
nessee. 

Stewart Charles G., (Bowen, S. & Co.,) res. 99 N. New Jersey. 

Stewart J. Austin, clerk I. McTaggart, bds. Morris House, 
rooms McOuat's Block. 

Stewart James, cooper, res. Indiana ave. 

Stewart John A., brakeman T. H. R. R., res. 221 N. Missis- 
sippi. 

Stewart E. R., printer Witness Office, res. 39' W. Ohio. 

Stewart Sophia W., res. 99 N. New Jersey. 

Stewart T. W., clerk American Express Co., bds. 121 E. 
Market. 

STEWART REV. THOMAS H., baptist, res. Davidson, bet. 
Vermont and Michigan. 

Stewberry Charles, carpenter, res. 201 S. Delaware. 

Stibing Philip, laborer, res. 119 N. Noble. 

Sticker Fred., painter, res. 32 N. Noble. 

Stiedel George, file-maker, res. 55 N. Noble. 

Stiematz John, moulder, res. 63 Madison ave. 

Stiles John, baker. Union Steam Bakery. 

Stillborn Frederick, carpenter, res. 144 Davidson. 

Stilz Daniel, laborer, res. 89 Ft. Wayne ave. 

STILZ J. GEORGE, agricultural implement and seed store, 
74 E. Washington, res. S. E. of city limits. 

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Stilz Wm. p., clerk 74 E. Washington, res. S. E. of city 
limits. 

Stine Joseph, shoemaker, res. 63 Madison ave. 

Stiffelbean Susan, res. 56 E. St. Marys. 

Stirk James, wagon-maker, res. 157 N. Liberty. 

Stockwell Daniel, wheat-buyer, res. S. E. Michigan Road. 

Stoelting Frederick, grocer, S. W. cor. North and West. 

Stoflf John, ostler, 10 X. Pennsylvania. 

Stoffer John, railroader, res. 54 S. Noble. 

Stokely Benjamin, machinist, res. 36 N. Noble. 

Stokes Richard, carpenter at Byrkit & Beam's, bds. 74 N. 
Tennessee. 

Stokes Jarvis, baggage master I. & C. R. R., bds. 3 Virginia 
ave. 

Stolger Fred., carpenter, res. 99 Railroad. 

Stollberg August, tailor, res. 183 E. Vermont. 

Stolte Henry, carpenter, bds. 281 S. Delaware. 

Stolte Wm., clerk, res. 281 S. Delaware. 

Stone Bertrand, clerk 76 W. Washington, bds. 10 W. Mar- 
ket. 

STONE W. 0., (V.K. Hendricks & Co.,) bds. 10 W. Mar- 
ket. 

Stoneman Wm. C, book-keeper, M. Fitzgibbon & Co., bds. 
33 N. Meridian. 

Stote H. A., railroader, res. 135 E. McCarty. 

Stotle William, salesman 81 and 83 Masonic Hall, res. cor. 
Delaware and McCarty. 

Stott Amos, wood-sawyer, res. 87 Davidson. 

Stout Benjamin G., res. 100 N. Tennessee. 

Stout Carhart, coal agent, res. lUl 8. Tennessee. 

Stout David L., bks. Tennessee. 

Stout O. B., (O. B. Stout & Bros.,) res. 18 Delaware. 

Stout Ira H., U. S. A., res. 15 Hosbrook. 

Stout John R., (0. B. S. & Bros.,) bds. 100 N. Tennessee. 

STOUT O. B. & BROS., wholesale and retail grocers, 42 
W. Washington. 

Stout O. H., physician, bds. 100 N. Tennessee. 

Stout R. C, (O. B. S. & Bros.,) res. 117 W. Maryland. 

Stout Remson, carpenter, res. 101 S. Tennessee. 

STOVER REV., United Brethren, res. Orient. 

Stowell M. A., (Willard & S.,) bds. Bates House. 

Strachan G. C, salesman New York Store, res. 11 W. North. 

Stranhenmueller John, baker Union Steam Bakery. 

Strange William R., notary public and commissioner of 
deeds, res. 108 E. Vermont. 

Straup F. W., cook Union Hall. 

Straup Sol., salesman 19 W. Washington, bds. Morris House. 

Strecher Howard, R. R. poster. 



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Strecher Mrs. Sarah, res. 84 N. Meridiiin. 

Stretcher Jacob, carpenter, res. 121 Ft. Wajnie ave. 

Stx-eight A. D., Colonel 51st regiment Indiana Volunteers. 

Strickler Samuel, butcher, res. 76 Kentucky ave. 

Stringer William H., grocery 77 N. Meridian, res. 27 N. 
Meridian. 

STEINGPELLOW EEV. HOEx^CE, Episcopal, res. cor. 
Circle and Meridian. 

Stringfield Woodford, attorney at law, res. 152 N. Penn- 
sj^lvania. 

Strip Peter, railroader, res. HE. Georgia. 

Strobel J., shoemaker, res. Fourth, bet. Tennessee and Mis- 
sissippi. 

Stropner F., tailor, 15 E. Washington. 

Struble John, waiter Spencer House. 

Stuck John, farmer, 287 Virginia ave. 

Stuck Mathias, laborer, res. 277 S. East. 

Stuck Peter, teamster, res. 277 Virginia ave. 

Stuck William, laborer, res. 267 S. East. 

Stucke Charles, cooper, res. 27 N. Spring. 

Stuckmeyer John H., joiner, res. 301 Virginia ave. 

Stump Henry, stone mason, res. 228 X. Alabama. 

Stumph J. B., city assessor, office Glenns' Block. 

STUMPH JOHN, contractor and stone mason, res. 125 Ill- 
inois. 

Stumpf George, bricklaj^er, res. 73 Davidson. 

Stumpf John H., laborer, res. 148 IST. East. 

Stundon Thomas, laborer, res. 43 E. Louisiana. 

STUEDEVANT EEV. C, principal M'Lean's seminary, 
res. same. 

Sturdevant Miss C, teacher M'Lean's seminary, bds. same. 

Sturm Capt. H., ordinance department, res. 40 N. Mississippi. 

Sturm Eobert, ordinance de23artmeut, 40 N. Mississippi. 

Suar Albert, watchman Mad. engine house, res. 123 Bluff 
Eoad. 

Suart John, nurserj^, 43 McCarty. 

Sudbrock Frank, wood sawyer, res. 120 Davidson. 

Sueso Charles, tailor, 69 E. Washington. 

Sufferen Prof Wm. J., music teacher, ^Etna Building. 

Suiney Patrick, laborer, res. 265 S. Delaware. 

Sulgrove B. E., editor Daily Journal, res. 87 W. South. 

Sulgrove Eli C, harness maker, alley bet. New York and 
Ohio. 

Sulgrove George, bds. 117 N. Alabama. 

Sulgrove J. B., saddle and harness maker, 74 E. Washing- 
ton, res. 72 Kentucky ave 

Sulgrove James W., jr., clerk, 20 W. Washington, bds. 57 
W. Maryland. 



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Sulgrove James, (S. & Eeynolds,) res. 57 Maryland. 

Sulgrove John M., saddle and harness maker, 20 W. Wash- 
ington, bds. 59 Maryland. 

Sulgrove Joseph B., harness maker, 44 E. Washington, bds. 
59 W. Maryland. 

Sulgrove Milton M., saddler, 20 W. Washington, res. cor. 
Ohio and Illinois. 

SULGEOVE & EEYNOLDS, wholesale and retail dealers 
in saddlery hardware, harness, &c., 20 W. Washington. 

Suitt James B., foreman vVashington Foundry. 

Sullevan Timothy, laborer, res. 147 E. Ohio. 

Sullivan Daniel, shoemaker, res. 48 Indiana ave. 

Sullivan Daniel, laborer, res. 12 S. East. 

Sullivan John, laborer, res. 5 Bates. 

Sullivan James, works at rolling mill, cor. Missouri and 
Canal. 

Sullivan John B., carpenter, res. 40 Pratt. 

Sullivan Patrick, railroader, res. Indiana ave. 

Sullivan W. H., book-keeper, 74 W. Washington, bds. 125 N. 
Illinois. 

SULLIVAN WILLIAM, justice of the peace. College Hall, 
res. 107 N. Meridian. 

Sully Eobert, salesman New York Store, bds. 124 E. Mich- 
igan. 

Sulzer Mike, salesman 46 E. Washington, bds. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Summers Albert B., carpenter, res. N. James. 

Summer August, laborer, res. 125 Bluff" Eoad. 

Summers Benjamin, res. 16 Georgia. 

SUMNEE WILLIAM & CO., agents Wheeler & Wilson's 
sewing machines, 19 W. AVashiugtan. 

Sunderegger Frank, house and sign painter, 69 Madison 
ave. 

Sunfield William, carpenter, res. 109 W. South. 

Sunnyfield AVm., teamster, res. 36 S. Noble. 

Sure Lewis, saw filer, E. Wyoming. 

SUTHEELAND JAS., sec'y White Eiver Valley Ins. Co., 
office 19 W. Washington, bds. Morris House. 

Sutherland J. W., blacksmith, Western Machine Works, 
res. 38 S. Noble. 

Supthan J., works Geisendorff's Store, res. 80 W. Georgia. 

Sutro Mrs. Elizabeth, res. 32 N. Spring. 

Sutton Joseph, plasterer, res. 136 N. Alabama. 

Swagert Peter, carpenter, res. 92 N. East. 

Swain James, res. 29 N. Illinois. 

Swanke Wm. B., cooper, res. 90 S. East. 

Sweed H. A., (col.,) barbei', bds. Little's Hotel. 

Sweeny John, foreman cigar store, res. 18 N. Illinois. 



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Sweet John, tailor for Staub, 59 E. "Washin^fton, bds. 28 
Kentucky ave. 

Sweetser James N., attorney at law, 19^ E. Washington, 
res. 50 Pennsylvania. 

Sweinhart Augustus, shoemaker for J. K. Sbarpe. 

Sweinhart Edmond, shoemaker, res. G8 E. St. Mary's. 

Sweinhart Wm., cutter for J. P. Gramling, res. 165 N. Ala- 
bama. 

Swico Charles, laborer, res. 87 Union. 

Swier Charles, laborer, res. 25 Chatham, 

Swift Martin, cash boy, 70 E. Washington, bds. 51 N. Lib- 
erty. 

Swift Mrs. Mary, res. 52 IST. Liberty. 

Swineharte Amos, tinner, res. 84 N". Alabama. 

Swinebacke Jacob, butcher, res. 241 S. Delaware. 

Swomine Charles, drayman, res. 87 Bluff Eoad. 

Syerup Henry, grocer, 119 N. East, res. same. 

Sym J., engineer Western Machine Works. 

Symons Henry W., carpenter, res. 38 E. St. Clair. 

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Taffe George, policeman, res. 122 N. East. 

Taggart Samuel, mill-wright, office 98 S. Delaware, res. 64 

Mississippi. 
Talbot John M.. res. 66 N. Tennessee. 

Talbot EichardL., (Alford, Mills & Co.,) res. 54 W. Ver- 
mont. 
TALBOTT JOHX T., (Dodd, T. & Parsons,) 'bds. Palmer 

House. 
Talbott E. C, grocery, 101 W. Washington, res. 161 W. 

Vermont. 
Talbott W. H., (W. H. T. & €o.,) res. cor. Meridian and 

Ohio. 
Talbott W. H. & Co., wholesale and retail dealers in watches, 

jewelry, silverware, &c., 24 E. Washington. 
Taikington Eobert, brick-mason, res. cor. New York and 

Eailroad. 
Tallett Charles, saddler, bds. Washington. 
Tarkington John S., (Newcomb & T.,) res. 35 E. Ohio. 
TAELTON & KEEN, wholesale and retail grocers, and 

dealers in country produce, 8 S. Meridian. 
Tarlton J. A., (T. & Keen,) res. cor. Maryland and Illinois. 
Tarters James, laborer, Polling Mill, res. bet. Madison ave. 

and Union. 
Tary James, laborer, res. 101 E. Louisiana. 
Tansey Mrs. Esther, res. 72 W. Michigan. 

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Tapking Frederick 11., (T. & Becker,) res. Liberty, bet. Ver- 
mont and Michigan. 

TAPKING & BECKEE, merchant tailors and clothiers, G3 
E. Washington. 

Tapting John, cabinet maker, res. 65 N. New Jersey. 

TATUM KEY. DAVID, Friends' Society, cor. East and 
Cherry. 

Taylor Calvin, (T. & T.,) res. 175 Massachusetts ave. 

Taylor D. M., deputy auditor, bds. Barbour House. 

Taylor Israel, salesman 75 W. Washington, res. 57 Massa- 
chusetts ave. 

Taylor Jesse, res. 154 N. Delaware. 

Taylor N. B., (T. & T.,) res 109 N. Alabama. 

Taylor Mary, (wid.,) dress maker, res. 196 N. Alabama. 

Taylor Robert A., brick-layer, res. 175 Massachusetts ave. 

Taylor Robert R., carjjenter, res. Market, opp. Fourth AVard 
School House. 

Taylor Thos. W., painter, res. 112 N. Mississippi. 

Taylor W. H., tinner, 182 E. Washington, res. 121 E. Market. 

Taylor & Taylor, attorneys at law, 30^ W. Washington. 

Teal N., physician and surgeon, 5 Blake's Building, res. N. 
Illinois. 

Teals Robert M., manufacturer of boots and shoes, 7 N. 
Meridian, bds. cor. Market and Circle. 

Tearcy Mrs. Pamilla, (wid.,) W. Indianapolis. 

Tearney Martin, blacksmith, res. 53 S. New Jersey. 

Teckenbrock Christian, blacksmith, res. Maryland, bet. 
Delaware and Alabama. 

Teckenbrock Wm. H., laboi-er, I'es. 155 S. Alabama. 

Teeney Abraham, cooper, res, 35 S. Liberty. 

Tecpe Harraan, striker Washington Foundry, res. Virginia 
ave. 

Teeple Henry, carpenter, res. S. E. Michigan Road. 

Telegraph Restaurant, 12 opp. Union Depot, H. Walls, pro- 
prietor. 

Telken H. Gf., cigar maker, bds. 41 Spring. 

Tellcamp John, soldier, res. 150 S. New Jersey. 

Temple Thomas, works 22 Kentucky ave., bds. 28 Ken- 
tucky ave. 

TenEyck J. A., (J. A. & R. F. T.,) res. California, bet. New 
York and Vermont. 

TenEyck J. A. & R. F., boot and shoemakers, 260 AY. Wash- 
ington. 

TenEyck John, shoemaker, res. 86 Indiana ave. 

TenEyck Nelson, shoemaker, res. cor. Maryland and Cali- 
fornia. 

TenEyck R. F., (J. A. & R. F. T.,) res. California, bet. New 
York and Vermont. 



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siisraER's 



s 

ttUtt A Uulint, 

Is the best Machine in the World for Family Sewing and 
Light Manufacturing Purposes. 

Price, [with Hemmer and beautifully ornamented,] $50. 



We would nsk for our Letter "A" Machines, the special attention 
of Vest Makers and Dress Makevs, and all those who want Machines 
for light manufacturing purposes. They embody the principles of the 
Manufacturing Machines, making, like them, the interlocked stitch, and 
are destined to be as celebrated for family Sewing and light manufactur- 
ing purposes as our Manufacturing Machines are for manufacturing 
purposes in general. 

Family Sewing Machines are valuable in proportion to to the num- 
ber of things they dan do well. See what ours can do before making a 
purchase. 

There is no doubt as to the value of our Machines for manufactur- 
ing purposes, but it is only of late that the public began to learn that 
the essential elements of a machine best adapted to the heaviest work^ 
would also be the elements to be embodied in a Family Machine. It is 
now well understood that our Letter " A '' Machine is the only Family 
Machine yet offered to the public which has simplicity, rapidity, dura- 
bility, and certainty of correct action. While, as a general thing, the 
sewing-machine people are candid enough to acknowledge that our ma- 
chines are unequalled for manufacturing purposes, they are almost 
sure to assert, in the same breath, that Singer's Letter "A," or Family 
Machines, are not as good as theirs ! This is a mere trick of the trade, 
and we confidently invite those interested in the subject to examine for 
themselves, and see what our Letter "A" Family Machines, with all 
the recent improvements, are capable of doing. While they will sew 
the most delicate material to perfection, as already stated, they are also 
adapted to light manufacturing purposes, and this, be it remembered, 
can not be said of any of the other Family Machines yet offered to the 
Public. 

Office 3 Odd Fellows' Hall, 

INDIANAPOLIS. 

[over.] 

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GREAT REDUCTION IN THE PRICES 

OP' 

Well known to be llie best foi' Miuiufafturing ['urposes : 

Ko. 1, Shuttle Machine, formerly sold at $90, - - Reduced to - - $70. 
Ko. 2, " '• formerly sold at $100, - - Reduced to - - 75. 

The Kos. 1 and 2 Machines are of great capacity and application for manufacturing pur- 
poses. 

Our No. S Machines are especially adapted to all kinds of light and heavy leather work, 
in carriage trimming, boot and shoe making harness mnking, etc., etc. They are of extra 
size, wiih an arm long enough to take under it and stitch the largest .sized dashes. There 
is scarely any part of a Trimmers' stitching that cannot be better done with them than by 
hand; >o, too, the saving of time and labor is very great. The table ol these machines is 
24 inches long, and tlie shuttle will hold six times as much thread as the shuttle of those 
used for tailoring purposes. The large machines work as fast as small ones. 

We have always on hand, Binding Gauges, SilklVist, Linen and Cotton Thread on spools. 
Best Machine Oil in Bottles, etc., etc. 

We manufacture our own Keedles, and would warn all persons using our machines not to 
buy any others. We know that there are needles sold of the most inferior quality, at high- 
er prices than we charge for the best. The needles sold by us are manufactured especially 
for our machines. A bad needle may render the woiking of the best machine almost use- 
less. Our customers may rest assured that all our Branch Othces are furnished with the 
"genuine article." 

In case of small purchases, the money may be sent in postage stamps, or bank notes. 

0^°" Correspondents will please write their names distinctly. It is all important that 
we ~iiould, in each case, know the Post Office, County, and State. 

Jg^^ All persons requiring information about Sewing Machines, their sizes, prices, 
working capacities, and the best methods of purchasing, can obtain it by sending to us, or 
any of our Branch Qtfices for a copy of 



M. Singer & Co.'s Gazette," 



Which is a beautiful Pictorial Paper entirely devoted to the subject. — It will be sent gratis. 

g^™" We have made the above reduction in prices with the two-fold view of benefiting 
the public and ourselves. The public have bf en swindled by spurious machines made in 
imitation of ours. The metal in them, from the iron casting to the smallest piece, is of poor 
quality. Their makers have not the means to do their work well'. They are hid away in 
secret places, where it would be iippossible to have at their command the proper mecha;)i- 
cal appliances. It is only by doing a great business, and having extensive manufacturing 
establishments, that good machines can be made at moderate prices. The be.^t designed 
machines, badly made, are always liable to get out of order, and are sure to cost considera- 
ble trouble and mone.v to keep them in repair. 

The qualities to be looked for in a machine, are : certainty of correct action at all rates 
of speed, .simplicity of construction, great durability, and rapidity of operation, with the 
least labor. Machines to combine these essential qualities, must be made of the best met- 
al and finished to perfection. We have the ways and means, on a grand scale, to do this. 

The purchasers of miichines^ whose daily bread it may concern, will find that those hav- 
ing the above qualities not only work well at rapid as well as slow rates of speed, but bist 
long in the finest po>sible working order. Our machines, as .m.\dk bv t;s. will earn more 
money with less labor than any others, whether in imitation of ours or not. In fact, they 
are cheaper than any other machines as a gift. 



I. M. SINGER & CO., 

458 Broadway, New York. 



'5 

WASHINGTON ST. 

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CITY DIRECTORY. 221 



Teiuiis Wra. H., salesman, Bee-Hive, res. 95 Tennessee. 

Tcrhune Mrs. M. A., seamstress, res. 151 JST. Liberty. 

Terrell W. II. H., Military Secretary to Governor Morion, 
bds. Eates House. 

TEEKE HAUTE & PJCHMOiND K. R., Engine House, 
Louisiana, near West. 

TEEPtE HAUTE & lUCHMOND E. E., Freight Office, 
Louisiana, bet. Tennessee and Mississippi. 

Tetaz Henry L., grocer, 162 E. Market. 

Thalman Isaac, laborer, res. 180 E. Ohio. 

Thalmaii Isaac, book-keejier, Hoosier Woolen Factor}-, res. 
Washington. 

Thalman John, baker, 27 X. xVlabania, res. West, cor. Ala- 
bama and Ohio. 

Thatcher Amos, teamster, res. 15 Georgia. 

Thayer George, clerk 30 W. Washington. 

Tha3-er S., salesman 8 \V. Washington, res. 145 Market. 

Thayer Semira, boarding house, res. 28 Benton. 

Theodore Thomas, bricklayer, res. 125 N. East. 

Theyer Daniel, editor Free Press, res. 145 and 1-17 E. Mar- 
ket. 

Thistler Nicholas, currier, res. 12 McCarty. 

Thistlethwait Eachael, (wid.,) res. 149 Virginia ave. 

Thomas Charles, clerk 31 W. Washington, bds. 31 N. No- 
ble. 

Tl\omas Edward, l)aggage master, res. 70 Bluff Eoad. 

Thomas George, laborer, res. Gl N. Noble. 

Thomas Henry, dair^^-man, near University. 

Thomas L., teamster, W. Indianapolis. 

Thomas Louis L., carpenter, res. 110 N. Mississippi. 

Thomas M., Sister of Providence, cor. Geoi'gia and Ten- 
nessee 

Thomas Mrs. M. J., (Mrs. M. J. T. & Co.,) 46 W. Washing- 
ton. 

Thomas J\Lrs. M. J. & Co., wholesale and retail dealers in 
millinery and fancy goods, 46 W. Washington. 

Thomas John, manager of Polling Mill, res. 57 W. South. 

Thompson Mrs., physician, res. 74 N. Illinois. 

Thom])son Daniel J., sergeant 11th regiment Indiana vol- 
unteers, res. 128 N. Noble. 

Thompson Eli, carpenter, res. 133 W. New York. 

THOMPSON H., bakery. 4 S. Meridian, res. same. 

Thompson Capt. James, 17th regiment Indiana volunteers. 

Thompson James C, conductor Peru E. E., bds. Palmer 
House. 

Thompson John, huckster, res. 51 Huron. 

THOMPSON MAEY, (wid.,) dry goods and groceries, cor. 
Delaware and Soath, res. in rear. 

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Thompson Milton, carpenter, res. 59 E. St. Mary. 

Thompson Richard M., machinist I. & C. R. R. shop, res. 
167 S. Noble. 

Thompson Wm. C, phj^sician, U. S. A. 

Thomson Mrs. Anne, (Mrs. A. T. & Son,) res. Henry. 

THOMSON" MRS. ANNE & SON, books, periodicals, news- 
papers, &c., Pennsylvania, S. of Postoffice. 

Thomson Wm., (Mrs. A. T. & Son,) bds. Henry. 

Thoms F., (Spiegel, T. & Co.,) res. 29 N. Liberty. 

Thornberry Wm., res. 134 N. Alabama. 

Thorne John, butcher, res. 101 E. Georgia. 

Thornly Orian, machinist, res. 35 McCarty. 

Thorp Caliph, brick-maker and mason, res. 10 Michigan 
Road. 

Thorpe John D., deputy sheriff, office Court House, res. 39 
E. Market. 

Tiblei Charles, saloon, res. 116 S. Noble. 

Ticke Henry, in Lawrenc^burg car shop, res. S. E. Mich- 
igan. 

Tilford A. L., salesman Spiegel, Thoms & Co., res. 192 N. 
Mississippi. 

Tilford J. M., pres't Indianapolis Journal Co., res. 67 N. 
Meridian. 

Tilford J. W., mailing clerk at Journal Office, bds. Macy 
House. 

Tilly Gilbert, stone cutter for Jasou Dame, res. Delaware, 
near South. 

Tilly Joseph, retired druggist, res. 128 S. Delaware. 

Tilman Mrs. E., (col.,) washer, res. 143 N. Tennessee. 

Timmermann H., street contractor, res. 153 Railroad. 

TINDALL REV. GEO. P., presbyterian, res. 87 N. Penn- 
sylvania. 

Tindall Henry, res. 172 N. Tennessee. 

Tindall Mrs. J. M., (wid.,) bds. 168 N. Tennessee. 

Tindall N., cigars and tobacco, 12 N. ]'ennsylvania, res. 168 
N. Tennessee, 

Tine Gotib, drayman, res. N. bet. St. Clair and St. Joseph. 

Tiney Frederick, laborer, res. 127 E. New York. 

Tinke J. F., machinist, res. 31 McCarty. 

Tisdale Walker H., salesman New York Store, res. 17 Mas- 
sachusetts ave. 

Tisler N., currier for John Fishback. 

Titcomb Daniel, clerk, res. 48 E. Market. 

Tittman Alex., machinist, res. Kentucky ave. 

Toley Murty, laborer, res. 208 S. Delaware, in rear. 

Todd Chas. W., professor McLean's Seminary, res. 132 N. 
Tennessee. 

Todd B. M., (T. & Lindenbower,) res. 203 E. St. Clair. 



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Todd Kate, (wid.,) boarding, 39 W. Vermont. 

Todd & Lindcnbower, real estate agents, 6 S. Pennsylva- 
nia. 

Tomlinson J. M., (T. & Cox,) bds. cor. Meridian and St. 
Clair. 

Tomlinson S. D., res. 11 W. Ohio. 

Tomlinson k Cox, City drug store, 18 E. Washington. 

Tompkins William, boss carder Ohio Premium Woolen Fac- 
tory. 

Toohey M. A., clerk 39 W. Washington, bds. with Mrs. Simp- 
son. 

Toole Martin, laborer, res. 177 S. East. 

Toolwater Charles, tinner, G2 E. Washington. 

Topp Frank, shoemaker, 7 N. Meridian. 

Torbett Oliver B., attorne}' at law, office Temperance Hall. 

Torrel Wm., at Bates House, res. 184 S. East. 

Totton Stewart, salesman New York Store, bds. Morris 
House. 

Touson James, machinist, res. Ill S. New Jersey. 

Tousey Eliza, res. 31 N. Ellsworth. 

TOUSEY CEO., pres't Branch of the Bank of the State of 
Indiana, res. 31 N. Delaware. 

Tousey Oliver, (T. & Byram,) res. 39 N. Meridian. 

Tousey Zalman, salesman 70 E. Washington, res. 12 W. 
New York. 

TOUSEY & BYEAM, wholesale and retail dry goods, &c., 
70 E. Washington. 

Tout Henry F., brick mason, res. 215 N. Alabama. 

Tout Isaac, brick mason, res. Illinois, cor. Second. 

Tout Z. F., with J. W. Copeland. 

Towe & Sons, carpenters, 18 S. N. Jersey, res. 148 E. North. 

Townscnd J. M., auditor BellefontaineE. E., res. 20 N. Me- 
ridian. 

Traucemenns John, cigar maker, 130 S. Delaware. 

Trask George K., stump puller, res. 44 Pratt. 

Traub Charles, varnisher, Speigel, Thoms & Co., res. N. 
Old Bellefbntaine car shop. 

Traub Israel, painter, res. 214 N. Alabama. 

Traub John, laborer, res. 152 E. Market. 

Traver G. M., salesman Bee-Hive Store, res. 32 Meridian. 

Travis Albert, teamster, res. 130 E. North. 

Trayser Geo., piano manufacturer, I'cs. 98 W. Maryland. 

Treundelman Henry, laborer, res. 60 Huron. 

Trester John, hackman, res. 21 N. Ellsworth. 

Treter John, stone mason, res. 174 N. East. 

Treub Conrad, well digger, res. 117 Ft. Wayne ave. 

Trimble Joseph P., business ag't Indiana American and no- 
tary jiublic, res. 91 N. Alabama. 



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Trindle Samuel, conductor Terre Haute E. E., bds. 107 
S. Tennessee. 

Trout John, baker for H. M. Ilaynes. 

Trucksess John, blacksmith, res. 62 Kentucky ave. 

Trump Jacob, brick layoi*, res. 103 N. Noble. 

Trust J., salesman. 4 W. Washington, bds. Ohio. 

Tudor Mrs. Hattie, dress maker, res. 53 N. East. 

TuU Thomas, res. 119 S. New Jersey. 

Tull}' House, S. Illinois, near Union Depot, William Tully, 
Ao;ent. 

Tully William, agent Tully House, S. Illinois, near Union 
Depot. 

Tupp Charley, carpenter, res. 86 Huron. 

Turner A., (col.,) barber, 15| W. Washington, res. Tennes- 
see, cor. Georgia. 

Turner Mrs. Ann, (col.,) res. North, bet. Blackford and Cal- 
ifornia. 

Turner C, laborer, res. S. E. Michigan Eoad. 

Turner James, township trustee, office Court House, res. 
121 S. Alabama. 

Turner Lewis, res. 161 S. Delaware. 

Turner William, brick-layer, res. 65 E. Merrill. 

Turner William H., (Grosvenor & T.,) res. 270 N. Illinois. 

Turquin Martin, res. 138 E. New York. 

Tutewiler Charles, tinsmith, bds. 65 Massachusetts ave. 

Tutewiler Henry, with J. W. Adams, boots and shoes, 53 
W. Washington, bds. 65 Massachusetts ave. 

TuteM'iler John W., with Geisendorff & Co., 63 W. Wash- 
ington, bds. 65 Massachusetts ave. 

Tuttle 13. F., wholesale and retail grocer, 27 W. Washing- 
ton, res. 83 Meridian. 

Tuttle Dennis, res. 7 Madison ave. 

Tuttle G. P., salesman 27 W. Washington, bds. with Mrs. 
Kellogg. 

TYLEE LEWIS H., proprietor Bee-Hive dry goods store, 
bds. 95 Tennessee. 

Tj'Ier Mrs. E. D., boarding house, 95 N. Tennessee. 

Tjmer Charles, shoemaker, bds. 50 N. Liberty. 

Tyre George, Captain in Eailroad Eegiment, res. 105 Yir- 
ffinia ave. 



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Uhl T., cigar maker, 15 E. Washington, bds. Spencer House. 
Uhlendorff George, bar-keeper Little's Hotel Saloon. 
Umbersall John, deputy marshal, res. 147 S. Alabama. 

A Wheeler & Wilsoa Sewing Machine with Hemmer, for ^50. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 225 

Underbill Eobert F., proprietor TJnderhill's flouring mill, 

S. part of city, near Bluff Road, res. 43 E. Michigan. 
United States Arsenal, W. Washington, Capt. H. Sturm, 

superintendent, 
UNITED STATES EXPRESS COMPANY, cor. Meridian 

and Washington, J. Butterfiold, agent. 
United States Forage Depot, 150 S. Delaware. 
United States Warehouse, cor. Meridian and Louisiana, J. 

W. Bryson, su2:)erintendent. 
Union Engine House, 5 Soutli. 
UNION HALL, Matthew Emmenegger, proprietor, 107, 

109, 111 and 113 E. Washington. 
UNION HOUSE, Stephen Mattler, proprietor, cor. Illinois 

and South. 
Union Railway Company, ofRce Union Depot. 
UNION STEAM BAKERY, A. & J. Metzger, proprietors, 

11 N. Pennsylvania. 
Unrisan J. A., laborer, res. J<]. Wyoming. 
Unthank Wm., saddler, 34 W. Washington. 
UPFOLD GEORGE, Rt. Rev. Bishop, Protestant Episcopal 

Church, res. 51 N. Tennessee. 
Uphaus Henry, shoe shop, 188 S. Delaware, res. in rear. 

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Vahle Henry, foundryman, 56 South. 

Yajen Charles D., Quartermaster Camp Morton, bds. Pyle 

House. 
Vajen J. H., wholesale and retail hardware, &c., 21 W. 

Washinhton, res. 94 S. Illinois. 
Vainer Coni-ad, laborer, res. 89 Bluff J'oad. 
Vanantwerp George W., clerk, res. 22 N. Liberty. 
Vanarmaker Adam, tailor, res. 7 Willard. 
Vanbergen Wm.,bds. 128 N. Tennessee. 
Yanbergen Wm. H., carj^enter, res. 45 W. Michigan. 
Yanblaricum Benjamin, fisherman, res. W. Indianapolis. 
Yanblaricum Jesse, wagon maker, res. 177 V/". Washington. 
Yanblaricum Michael, laborer, W. Indianapolis. 
Yanblaricum Wm. J., teamster, res. 49 W. South. 
Yancomp Gilbert, res. 110 W. Ohio. 
Yance Lawrence M., res. E. Washington, cor. Cady. 
Yance Thomas P., railroader, res. 131 N. Liberty. 
Yance Thomas, cabinet-maker, res. bet. Liberty and Noble. 
Yandegrift Benj., printer, res. 85 N. Mississippi. 
Yandegrift Mrs. Charlotte, (wid.,) res. 11 W. St. Clair. 
Yandegi'ift Harry, res. 33 Kentucky ave. 
Yandegrift J. A., trunk maker, bds. 11 W. St. Clair. 

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Vandegrift W. H., telegraph messenger, bds. 33 Kentucky 
ave. 

Yan Deusen C, railroader, res. 24 N. Liberty. 

VAN HOUTEN & GRAHAM, wholesale and retail grocers, 
M 34 N. Illinois. 

Wnlaninghani Lemuel, sec'y Indianapolis Gas Light and 
Coke Co., res. 65 JST. Alabama. 

Yanlaningham Menervie, res. 198 N. New Jersey. 

Vannide Philij), laborer, res. 197 N. Noble. 

Vanriper John H., agent, res. 53 N. New Jersey.. 

Vanslack Nathan, laborer, W. IndianapoliSv 

Varcharld Nicholas, laborer, res. 23 E. Georgia. 

Varus Jane, (wid.,) res. 20 S. East, 

Vater Mrs. Eleanor P., res. 41 W. Walnut. 

Vater Thos. J., U. S. Surveyor, res. 45 W. Walnut. 

Vater Septimius, printer, bds. 41 W. Walnut. 

Vatter Marion, machinist, res. 18 Union. 

Vaugh Jacob M., carpenter, res. 152 N. Mississippi. 

Veach Nelson, carpenter, res. 132 E. St. Clair. 

Verandah Saloon, John Bussey prop'r, opp. Union Depot. 

Vestal Mrs. Sophia, (col.,) washer, Michigan, bet. Missouri 
and West. 

Vetter A., manufacturer and dealer in furniture, 97 E. 
Washington, res. 1G8 Pennsylvania. 

Vetter John, cabinet-maker, res. 185 S. Pennsylvania, shop 
in rear. 

Vick Harvey, (col.,) whitewasher, res. 138 W. Ohio. 

VICKERS W. B., wholesale and retail druggist. Odd Fel- 
lows' Hall, res. 6 Alvord's Block, S. Pennsylvania. 

Victor Mrs. Catharine, sewing, res. 89 N. Alabama. 

Victor Louis, grocer, res. 53 N. Noble. 

Vigo Henry, laborer, res. 13 E. Georgia. 

Vincent Felix A., actor at Metropolitan Hall. 

Vincent George D., carpenter, res. 124 Davidson, 

Vincent Wm. H., carpenter, res. 91 Davidson. 

Vinnedge J, A., groceries and provisions, 8 N. Pennsyl- 
vania, res. 85 S, Pennsylvania. 

Vinnedge J. D., (Jones, V. & Co.,) res. 41 E. Washington. 

Vinton Almus E., (Hasselman & V.,) res. 30 N. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Virt John W., harness maker, 44 E. Washington, 

Visnerr Leonard, clock maker, res. 64 Davidson, 

Voegtle Jacob, stoves and Tinware, 177 E, Washington, res, 
same, 

Vogel Henry, carpenter, res. E. Market. 

Vogt Bernard, musician, res. 108 N. Noble. 

Voight , laborer, res. S. E. Michigan Road. 

Voight David, harness maker, res. Dennison, cor. Leonard. 

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Yoigbt Henry, salesman 133 E. Washington, res. 113 Mich- 
igan. 

Yoight H. L., (H. L. Y. & Co.,) res. 67 S. Illinois. 

YOIGHT H. L. & CO., confectioners, 67 S. Illinois. 

Yoldt Albert, clerk, bds. 24 E. Georgia. 

Yollinger Joseph, clerk Spencer House. 

Yolman Garret, wood sawyer, res. 340 S. Delaware. 

Yolmer Charles, wholesale wines and liquors, 65 W. Wash- 
ington, res. 141 N. Noble. 

Yolmer Otto P., distiller, 159 E. St. Clair, res. same. 

Yolz Eliza, res. 230 N. New Jersey. 

Yolz John W., works Eolling Mill, bds. 230 N. New Jersey. 

Yonderseir John, laborer, res. 25 S. Hlinois. 

YONNEGUT CLEMENS, dealer in foreign and domestic 
hardware, leather, &c., 142 E. Washington, res. same. 

Yoorhees A. L., res. 97 N. Illinois. 

Yoorhees Jacob, plasterer, res. Ft. Wayne ave., near Cor- 
poration line. 



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Wachter Lawrence, shoemaker, res. 131 Bluff Road, in rear. 
Waddell Miss Eliza, dress maker, res. 7 E. North. 
Waddell John, salesman German Dry Goods Store. 
Wade John R., bar-keeper 32; S. Illinois. 
Wagner James, shoemaker, res. S. Delaware. 
Wagner Frank, laborer, res. 193 S. Pennsylvania. 
Wagner Henry, miller, bds. Michigan, bet. New Jersey and 

East. 
Wagoner Henry, cooper, res. 110 E. McCarty. 
Wagoner John, laborer, res. W. Indianapolis. 
Waidigh John, sup't Widow and Orphan Asylum. 
Wainright Samuel, tinner, res. 32 N. Meridian. 
Walber Jake, cigar maker, bds. Sjiencer House. 
Walden Elijah, (col.,) laborer, res. MississipjDi, bet. First 

and Second. 
Walden Wm., (col.,) white-washer, res. 131 N. West. 
Walden Wm., works Rolling Mill, res. cor. West and Canal. 
Waldo E. G. B., real estate agent and notary public, 38^ W. 

Washington. 
Waldo Mrs. Mary, res. 63 W. Louisiana. 
Waldo Azer, works for Root, Bennet & Co., res. Mississippi, 

bet. Louisiana and South. 
Waldo Geo., tinner. Root, Bennet & Co., bds. Mississippi, 

bet. Louisiana and South. 
Waldo Robert, clerk, 66 E. Washington, bds. Mississippi, 

bet. Louisiana and South. 



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Waldo William, XJ. S. A., bds. Mississippi, bet. Louisiana 

and South. 
"Walk Anthony, shoemaker, res. 150 E. Market. 
Walk Julius, watchmaker, under Spencer House. 
WALK LOUIS, boarding house, 14 W. Georgia. 
Walker L., shoemaker, res. Bluff Road. 
AValker W. F., pruning and car])entering, res. 188 Lid. ave. 
Walker Thomas, salesman 3 W. Washington, bds. Macy 

House. 
Walkup A. £., conductor Jefferson ville E. E., bds. Palmer 

House. 
Wall Thomas, U. S. A., res. N. Mississippi. 
WALLACE ALEX. G., county recorder, office Connty Build- 
ing, res. 86 E. Market. 
WALLACE ATsDEEW, wholesale grocer and commission 

merchant, cor. Virginia ave., and Delaware, res. 34 N. 

Delaware. 
Wallace Mrs. Beuleh, dress -maker, res. 79 Massachusetts 

ave. 
Wallace George C, assistant county recorder, bds. 80 E. 

Market. 
Wallace George E., clerk and book-keeper for Andrew 

Wallace, res. 35 J^. Alabama. 
WALLACE JAMES, copyist, res. 176 N. Nev^r Jersey. 
WALLACE J. ANDY, deputy sheriff, res. 18 N. Alabama. 
"Wallace Samuel, brick-layer, lbs. 176 N. New Jersey. 
WALLACE WILLIAM, clerk Circuit and Common Pleas 

Courts, office Court House, res. 121 N. Delaware. 
Wallace William, works Lawrenceburg car shop, res, 43 

Hosbrook. 
WALLACE WILLIAM JOHN, county sheriff, opp. county 

office building, res. 18 N. Alabama. 
Wallace Mrs. Zerelda, res. 139, cor. Massachusetts ave. and 

New Jersey. 
Waller B., boot and shoemaker, 150 W. Washington, res. 

same. 
Waller John, blacksmith, res. 32 S. Liberty. 
Waller Mrs. Louisa, boarding house, res. 31 Indiana ave. 
WALLICK JOHN P., manager Western Union Telegraph 

Company, 1 N. Meridian, bds. 10 W. Market. 
Wallick Samuel, bds. 10 W. Market. 
Wallingfbrd Mrs. Catherine, res. 138 N. Enst. 
Walls H., Telegraph Eestaurant, 12 opp Union Depot, res. 

same. 
Wally Matthew, blacksmith, bds. 26 Massachusetts ave. 
Walmsley John, tailor, res. 58 E. Michigan. 
Walpole Bryan C, notary public, 2 second floor old Senti- 
nel Building, res. 156 N. Illinois. 



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WALPOLE E. L., (T. D. & E. L. W.,) res. cor. Yermont 

and Meridian. 
WALPOLE THOS. D., (T. D. & E. L. W.,) res. 156 N. 

Illinois. 
WALPOLE T. D. & E. L., attorneys at law, 2d floor old 

Sentinel building. 
Walsh Honora, (wid.,) res. 17 S. Delaware. 
Walsh Maurice, works in Quartermaster's Depai'tment, res. 

194 S. Delaware. 
Walsh Wm., laborer, res. 71 Madison ave. 
Walstetter G-., grocery, W. Washington, near bridge, res; 

same. 
Walters Andrew, teamster, res. Harrison E. of Pine. 
Walton Wm. P., distiller, res. 19 Kentucky ave. 
Waltzman Fred., cook at Oriental House. 
Wampner Henry, works Lawrenceburg car shop. res. 29 

Harrison. 
Wainwright Samuel, stoves and tinware, 11 S. Illinois, res. 

cor. New York and Meridian. 
Wanderly Henry, brick mason, res. Davidson, bet. Ohio and 

Market. 
Wands A., boot and shoemaker, 12 S. Meridian, res. 131 N. 

Pennsylvania. 
Wanger Wm., painter, res. 215 N. New Jersey. 
Wanpaner A. F., teamster, res. 15 Harrison. 
Wands John, laborer, res. cor. McCarty and Greer. 
Wands Eobert, machinist, res. Greer near McCarty. 
Warren Chas. B., bds. Ohio House. 
Ward D. L., messenger American Express Co., bds. Palmer 

House. 
Ward Ed., ostler Johnston's livery stable. 
Ward Gabriel, res. 262 Indiana ave. 
Ward Homer, conductor B. & I. E. E., bds. Bates House. 
Ward John, laborer, res. 181 S. New Jersey. 
Ward John, laborer, res. Elizabeth. 
Ward John, laborer, res. 105 Madison ave. 
Warden Miss M., teacher McLean's Seminary, bds. same. 
Ware E., conductor, res. 75 W. South. 

Warner Chas., wholesale liquor dealer, res. 66 N. Mississ- 
ippi. 
Warner Charles G., printer Sentinel office, res. cor. Indiana 

ave. and Tennessee. 
Warner Edwin E., bricklayer, res. 180 N. East. 
Warner Geo., bar-keeper Kansas eating saloon, bds. same. 
Warner A. George, laborer, res. 109 McCarty. 
Warner Mrs. Sarah, tailoress, res. 178 N. East. 
Warren Geo. S., bds. Mrs. Kinder. 
Warweg Henry, wood chopper, res. 25 Harrison. 

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All Styles and Varieties kept on hand, 

AND MADE TO ORDER ON SHORT NOTICE. 







Done in the Finest Style. 

WATCHES, CLOCKS AHD JEWELRY, 

Repaired on short notice and in the best manner. 



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CITY DIRECTORY. 231 



WASHINGTON FOUNDRY MACHINE SHOP, Hassel- 

man & Vinton, proprietors, opp. Union Depot. 
"Washington Hall, 78 Washington. 
Washington House, 83 South Meridian. 
Washington James, salesman New York store, res. New 

York. 
Wasmuth Louis, tailor, 39 E. Washington, res. New Jersey. 
Wasson J. H., agent Ohio Eiver Salt Co., N. W. cor. Wash- 
ington and Meridian. 
Waters Wm. W., dealer in brick, res. 73 W. South. 
Watjen H. J., clerk, 22 W. Washington, bds. 102 N. Illinois. 
Waters John G., city clerk, office Glenns' Block, res. 

110 E. Market. 
Waters Patrick, shoemaker, res. 82 Meridian. 
Watson J. M., machinist, Lawrenceburgh car shop, res. E. 

National Road. 
Watson J. P., printer Wm. Sheets, res. cor. Maryland and 

Missouri. 
Watson Samuel, book-keeper, res. W. Maryland. 
Watson Samuel W., book-keeper Harrison's bank, res. 138 

N. Illinois. 
Watson Wm., tinner Root, Bennett & Co. 
Watson Wm. P., clerk General Ticket Office Indiana Cent. 

R. R., bds. 139 N. New Jersey. 
Way Truman, road master Peru & Ind. R. R., res. 115 E. 

McCarty. 
Wayman A., blacksmith, res. 160 S. East. 
Weakley J. A., tinner, 71 E. Washington, res. 97 W. New 

York. 
Wear James AV., marble dealer, res. 86 S. East. 
AVeasthesteer John, American Saloon, 25 S. Meridian, res. 

same. 
Weaver C. C, clerk 6 Bates House, bds. 147 N. Illinois. 
Weaver E. A., harness maker, 20 W. Washington, res. 172 

S. Alabama. 
Weaver Frederick, laborer, res. 173 Railroad. 
Weaver William H., (W. & Williams,) res. 147 N. Illinois. 
WEAVER & WILLIAMS., undertakers 72 W. Washington. 
Webb Thomas B., (Cady & Co.,) bds. Oriental House. 
Webber Henry, laborer, res. 250 S. Pennsylvania, in rear. 
Webber John G., tailor, 84 E. Washington. 
Webster G. S., machinist, 262 W. Washington, res. 114 W. 

Vermont. 
Webster G. C, clerk 22 S. Meridian, res. Maryland, bet. 

Pennsylvania and Virginia ave. 
Webster Geo. C. jr., clerk 22 S. Meridian, bds. Maryland. 
Webster J. H., fireman, res. 43 Massachusetts ave. 
Weehsler David, butcher, 128 N. Alabama, res. same. 

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232 INDIANAPOLIS 



Weekley Patrick, works Eolling Mill, bds. 188 S. Tennes- 
see, 

"Weeks Eichard, laborer, res. 17 S. Alabama. 

Weeks W. H., (W. & Cox,) bds. Mrs. Kinder. 

WEEKS & COX, Metropolitan Photograph, Daguerreotype, 
and Ambrotype Gallery, College Hall. 

WEKLE LUKAS, boots and shoes, 179 E. Washington, res. 
same. 

Weghorst Henry, gardener, S. E. of Corporation Line. 

Wehn Christian, tanner, res. 234 Madison ave., in rear. 

Weeble John Edward, barber, Bates House Hair Dressing 
Saloon, res. 188 N. Illinois. 

Weigle Gotleib, currier, res. 65 N. Noble. 

Weikert John, salesman 21 W. Washington, res. 118N. Ala- 
bama. 

Weiland Wm., laborer, res. 69 Bluff Eoad. 

Weilenmann Jacob, laborer, res. John, near "Winston. 

Weir J. W., (W. & Bro.,) res. 86 East. 

Weir Wm., (W. & Bro.,) bds. Macy House. 

Weir & Bro., City Marble Works, 13 Virginia ave. 

Weiso John, brick-layer, res. St. Joseph, bet. Meridian and 
Pennsylvania. 

Weisenbaugh John, assistant, Farmers' Hotel. 

Welsh Pat., bar-keeper Bates House Saloon, bds. Dela- 
ware. 

Welsh Thos., blacksmith, Western Machine Works. 

Welden Margaret, bds. 13 N. New Jersey. 

Weldentherler F. T., eating saloon, 183 E. "Washington, res. 
same. 

Welking Henry, shoemaker, res. 37 Noble. 

Weller Levi, clerk Exchange Billiard Eooms, bds. 20 
Michigan. 

Wells Gr. A., dentist, 15 E. "Washington, res. same. 

Wells Haden, teamster, res. 15 Chatham. 

Wells Wm. F., saw mill, Massachusetts ave., near city lim- 
its, res. 85 E. New York. 

Wenger George M., grocer, 20 N. Noble, res. same. 

"Wentz W. W., passenger conductor I. & C. E. E., res. 99 S. 
New Jersey. 

Werbe L. F., groceries, &c., 185 W. Washington, res. same. 

Werbe C. G., notary public, 95| E. "Washington 

Werby Charles, salesman at Fancy Bazaar, bds. Spencer 
House. 

Werden E., (W. & Co.,) res. Pittsfield, Mass. 

WEEDEN & CO., booksellers and stationers, 26 E. Wash- . 
ington. 

Werner Jacob, varnisher Speigel, Thoms & Co., res. 95 E. 
Washington. 



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CITY DIRECTORY. 233 



"Wert Joseph, boot and shoemaker, 6 S. Meridian, res. G3 N. 

Alabama. 
"VVeslin^ Conrad, drayman, res. Michigan, bet. Noble and 

Railroad. 
West Geo. H., res. 47 W. Michigan. 

West Joseph, shoe shop, 6 S. Pennsylvania, res. G3 S. Ala- 
bama. 
Western Machine Works, Dumont & Sinker, proprietors, S. 

Pennsylvania. 
WESTEEN UNION TELEGEAPH COMPANY, John F. 

Wallick, manager, 1 N. Meridian. 
Weston James A., railroader, res. 24 S. Alabama. 
Wethus Michael, laborer, res. 84 N. Tennessee. 
Wetmore S. F., printer Journal office, bds. cor. Market and 

Circle. 
Wetsell George C, porter Little's Hotel. 
Wheeling Charles, wagon maker, 156 S. Delaware,. res; bet. 

Alabama and New Jersey. 
Wheatley John, book-keeper, bds. Eay House. 
Wheatley William M., Colonel 26th regiment Ind. Yols., 

res. 108 E. Ohio. 
Wheeler Joseph, (col.,) cook Little's Hotel. 
Wheeler Rachael, (col.,) res. Ill W. North. 
Wheeler Walter, engineer, bds. Little's Hotel. 
Wheitzell Adolph, waiter Spencer House. 
WHITCOMB JERRY G., freight agent Jeffersonvillo R. 

R., res. 50 E. Market. 

White , (col.,) laborer, res. Harris. 

White A. M., school teacher, res. 151 N. East. 

White Charles, laborer, res. 124 N. Mississippi, up stairs. 

White Jacob, laborer, res. 104 E. McCarty. 

White James, wood dealer, res. 86 Huron. 

White Jeremiah, wood sawyer, res. W. Elizabeth. 

White Jesse (col.,) laborer, res. 126 W. Georgia. 

WHITE RIVER Y ALLEY INSURANCE COMPANY, 

Isaac E. Johnson, President ; Jas. Sutherland, Sec'y ; 

office 19 W. Washington. 
White Washington, (col.,) railroader, res. 57 W. Georgia. 
Whitehead Christian, laborer, res. 270 N. New Jersey. 
Whitehead Moses, wagon-maker, res. 144 N. Mississippi. 
Whitehead Nathaniel, carriage-maker, bds. 144 N.Missis- 
sippi. 
Whitehead Thomas, miller, ^tna Mills. 
Whitehead William, miller, iEtna Mills. 
Whiteman Peter, wood-cutter, res. 155 Railroad. 
Whitemore John B., railroader, res. Davidson, near Ohio. 
Whiting Miss Helen, teacher McLean's Seminary, ^bds. 

same. 



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"Whitmore Heniy, proprietor Morris House, opp. Union 

Depot. 
Whitney C. C, telegraphic operator, bds. 24 S. Meridian. 
AVhitney F., telegraph office, bds. 10 W. Market. 
Whitney J. B., "operator Western Union Telegraph Co., 

bds. 10 W. Market. 
Whitney William Jr., conductor Indiana Central Eailway, 

bds. Palmer House. 
Whitridge Samuel, painter, bds. 181 N. New Jersey. 
Whitridge William, house and sign painter, 86J E. Wash- 
ington, res. 181 N. New Jersey. 
Whitsit Jesse, res. 244 Virginia ave. 
Whitsitt John B., engineer P. & I. E. E., res. 18 Lord. 
Whitt James, clerk 21 S. Illinois, bds. Oriental House. 
Whitten John, railroader, res. 38 S. Liberty. 
AVhitton James, clerk 3 W. Washington. 
Wholer Martin, U. S. A., res. 192 S. Tennessee. 
Wick W. W., attorney at law, 95 E. Washington. 
Wickert John, clerk for J. H. Vajen, res. 118 N. Alabama. 
Wiedrichs William, cigars and tobacco, 63 E. Washington, 

res. same. 
Wiedenhorn Joseph, hair-braider, res. 46 E. Market. 
Wicnner J. J., varnisher for Speigel, Thorns & Co., res. 95 E. 

McCarty. 
Wiggins Charles P., (W. & Chandler,) bds. Bates House. 
Wiggins H. D., machinist, res. 53 W. Vermont. 
WIGGINS & CHANDLEE, foundry and machine shop, 

262 W. Washington. 
Wiland Christ., switchman Central Depot, res. 20 Union. 
Wilcox W. H., res. 18 N. Illinois. 
Wild John, saloon, res. Wabash, bet. New Jersey and 

East. 
WILDE O. J., manufacturer, Avholesale and retail dealer in 

furniture, &c., 71 S. Illinois, res. same. 
Wilds Samuel, clerk 59 W. Washington, res. 7 Chatham. 
Wile Frederick, currier, res. 46 N. Noble. 
Wiley D., M. D., bds. Macy House. 

Wile}^ William Y., real estate agent, 10 E. Washing- 
ton, res. 32 E. New York. 
Wilke Henry, drayman, res. Liberty, bet. New York and 

Vermont. 
Wilking Henry, shoemaker, res. 37 N. Noble. 
Wilkins John, res. 34 E. Market. 
Wilkins Willard, res. 83 N. Illinois. 
Wilkison Daniel S., grocer, cor. North and East, res. 149 

N. East. 
Wilkison Jacob, teamster for peg and last factory, res. 133 

S. Tennessee. 



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CITY DIRECTORY. 235 



Wilkinson Wm.. livery and sale stables, 10 E. Pearl, res. 
119 S. Alabama. 

Willard A. B., salesman 26 and 28 W. Washington, res. Gi) 
E. New York. 

Willard A. G-., (W. & Stowell,) res. 92 Massachusetts ave. 

WILLAED & STOWELL, wholesale and retail dealer in 
music and musical instruments, 4 Bates House, Wash- 
ington. 

Willard William, teacher Deaf and Dumb Asylum. 

Willett AVm., works in grocerj", res. 188 N. Alabama. 

Willets Jacob S., res. 69 Ft. Wayne ave. 

AVillets Wm. P., clerk, bds. 69 Ft. Wayne ave. 

William Franklin, (col.,) whitewasher, res. 119 Indiana ave. 

Williams Christian, laborer, res. 165 S. Alabamn. 

Williams Charles, (Weaver & W.,) res. 20 W. Michigan. 

Williams Charles, carpenter, res. UN. Liberty. 

Williams Daniel G., (Werden & Co.,) res. cor. Michigan and 
Pennsylvania. 

Williams David N., works Boiling Mill, res. 18 Union. 

Williams Geo., butcher, cor. New York and Massachusetts 
ave., res. 60 N. Delaware. 

Williams G. D., clerk 63 W. Washington, res. 87 Illinois. 

WILLIAMS EE7. GIBBON, superintendent Indianapolis 
Female Institute, res. 34 E. Michigan. 

Williams Hubbard, house-painter, res. 1 Huron. 

Williams John, works Eolling Mill, res. Missouri, S. of South. 

Williams James, machinist, bds. 46 California. 

Williams Jas. L., tinner, 182 E. Washington, bds. Meridian. 

Williams J. T., book-binder, res. 46 N. California. 

Williams Kate, res. 48 E. New York. 

Williams Miss N. H., dealer in milliner}- goods, 22 S. Illi- 
nois, res. same. 

Williams O., clerk, 63 W. Washington, res. 134 N. Illinois. 

Williams Philip, harness maker, res. 155 N. East. 

Williams Eees E., engineer, res. 165 S. Tennessee. 

Williams Samuel (col.,) eating house, Indiana ave. bet. Mis- 
souri and West. 

Williams Mrs. Susan, res. 51 N. Liberty. 

Williams Wm., tailor, res. 24 Stephen. 

Williams Wm. (col.,) barbei*, basement Little's Hotel, bds. 
same. 

Williamson, J. D., editor Herald & Era, res. Philadelphia. 

Williamson L. B., (W. & Haugh,) res. 118 E. Vermont. 

Williamson & Haugh, manufacturers iron railing, 2 N. Dela- 
ware. 

Williamson Marshal D., dealer in lumber, res. 114 N. East. 

AVilliamson Sheridan, plasterer, res. Mississippi N. of St. 
Clair. 

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236 INDIANAPOLIS 



Willis Clark, plasterer, res. 50 N. East. 

Wilmot Horace, salesman, 820 W. Washington, bds. 115 N. 
Pennsj^lvania. 

Wilmot Saml., dealer in hats, caps and furs, 8 W. Washing- 
ton, res. 115 N. Pennsylvania. 

Wilmot T. H., salesman 8 W. Washington, bds. 115 N. Penn- 
sylvania. 

Wilson Abner, foreman press-room Journal office, bds. 58 
S. Penn. 

Wilson A. J., marble mantle maker, res. 10 N. Delaware. 

Wilson C. G., sash painter, res. 174 S. Mississippi. 

Wilson Daniel, res. 55 S. Pennsylvania. 

Wilson Edward, laborer, res. Market bet. West and Cali- 
lornia. 

Wilson James, carpenter, res. Indiana ave. 

WILSON J. P., wholesale and retail hardware, 60 W. 
Washington, res. 266 N. Illinois. 

Wilson J. Colman, telegraphic operator, T. H. &K. R. R. De- 
pot, res. 15 S. Illinois. 

Wilson John E., laborer, res. 137 N. West. 

AVilson John, baker, bds. 4 S. Meridian. 

Wilson John, plasterer, res. 183 E. Ohio. 

Wilson John, laborer, res. 128 W. Georgia. 

Wilson John II., miller, res. 135 Bluff road. 

Wilson Jonathan, res. 64 E. North. 

Wilson J. S., dealer in lumber, bds. 167 E. Ohio. 

Wilson Jos. B., miller Carlisle's Model Mills. 

Wilson L. B., civil engineer, res. 63 W. Maryland. 

Wilson Mrs. G. (wid.,) seamstress, res. 53 Huron. 

WILSON O. M., attorne}' at law and notary public, cor. of 
Washington and Meridian, res. Tennessee bet. Georgia 
and Maryland. 

Wilson Mrs. Rebecca, nurse, res. 121 N. New Jersey. 

Wilson Sanford B., boarding-house, res. E. National Road. 

Wilson Stephen P., plasterer, 250 Madison ave. 

Wilson T. K., salesman, 61 Blake's Block, bds. 266 Illinois. 

Wilson Thomas, laborer, res. 114 S. New Jersey. 

Wilson W., watchman Madison depot, res. 272 S. Delaware. 

Wilt J. F., currier ior J. K. Sharpe, res. 46 E. Ohio. 

Wilt John, American Eating Saloon, 168 E. Washington, 
New Jersey. 

Winchel Mrs. E. A., seamstress, res. 148 E. New York. 

Wineburger J. C, Depot Bakcrj^, opp. Union Depot, res. 
Georgia. 

Wineburger IL, clerk Depot Baker}^. 

Wingate J. F., grocery 165 Virginia ave., res. 151 Virginia 
ave. 

Winkel Fred., teamster Carlisle's Model Mills. 

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CITY BIRECTORY. 237 

Winkler Valentine, stone mason, res. 57, cor. McCarty and 

Bluff Eoad. 
Winkler V., currier for John Fishback. 
Winsor John, car trimmer LaAvrenceburg car shop, res. cor. 

Bates & Cady. 
Winter David E., painter, res. 122 E. Market. 
Winans Samuel, printer Indiana American. 
Wincgar G., ostler bds. Farmers' Hotel. 
Wingate E. H., merchant, 
Wipple Charles W., res. 44 E. Louisiana. 
Wirz Jacob, U. S. A., res. 52 South. 
Wise Charles, carpenter, res. 145 E. Ohio. 
Wise William, agent Dayton ale, 74 W. Washington, res. 

94 N. Illinois. 
Wiseman Mrs. B. A., (wid.,) res. 83 N. Pennsylvania. 
Wishmire Anthony, laborer, res. 148 E. Ohio. 
Wishmire Christian F., res. Davidson, near saw mill. 
Wishmire John, res. 25 East. 
Wissert John, express-man. res. 181 E. Market. 
Witte Lou., assistant book-keeper Branch Bank, bds. 03 W. 

Washington. 
Wittenberg Charles, (Krause & W.,) res. Ill E. Ohio. 
Witness, (weekly,) M. G. Clarke and Co., proprietors 

and publishers, office Odd Fellows' Hall. 
Wocher Ferdinand, (Egner & W.,) bds. Union Hall. 
Woelz Charles A., confectioner, res. Michigan, bet. Liberty 

and Noble. 
WOERNER PHILIP, dealer in groceries, liquors and 

ale, 78 W. Washington, res. same. 
Woerncr Philip F., clerk 78 W. Washington, bds. same. 
Wolf (!atherine, (wid.,) res. 124 S. Delaware. 
Wolf Mrs. Is;ibella, seamstress, res. cor. East and Ohio. 
WOLF WILSON S., attornej^ at law and notary public, 7 

Glenns' Block, bds. Pyle House. 
Wolfe Charles, harness maker for Sulgrove & Reynolds, res. 

alley, bet. Arsenal and W. Market House. 
Wolfe Louisa, (wid.,) washer, res. 246 Madison ave. 
Wolff Robert, gunsmith, works 17 Kentucky ave., bds. 28 

Kentucky ave. 
Wolfram A. T., printer Journal Office, bds. 101 K Nev>r 

Jersey. 
Wolfi-am C. A., printer, res. 101 JST. New Jersey. 
Wolfram Mrs. Sarah, res. 101 N. New Jersey. 
WOLTZE W. E., watchmaker and jeweler, 1G4 E. Washing- 
ton,' res. same. 
WOOD A. D., wholesale and retail dealer in hardware, 

stoves, &c., 71 E. Washington, res. 164 N. New Jer- 
sey. 

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238 INDIANAPOLIS 



WOOD ALEX., dealer in groceries, provisions, country 
produce, &c., 129 N. Illinois, res. 127 N. Illinois. 

Wood B., surgeon dentist, 42 N. Pennsylvania, res. same. 

Wood E. A., (W. <fe Barnett,) res. outside city limits. 

Wood E. E., (J. G. W. & Sons,) res. St. Joseph, ber. Penn- 
sylvania and Meridian. 

Wood Jacob, pump maker, W. Indianapolis. 

Wood James, surveyor, res. 127 N. Illinois. 

Wood James N., surveyor, bds. 127 N. Illinois. 

Wood James M., paper maker, res. 146 ^V. Ohio. 

Wood J. Gr., (J. Gr. W. & Sons,) res. St. Joseph, bet. Penn- 
sylvania and Meridian. • 

Wood John F., clerk postoflSce, res. 161 E. Market. 

Wood John M., (W. & Foudray,) res. 53 N. Pennsylvania. 

Wood J. Gr. & Sons, house joiners and cabinet makers, 9 
Virginia ave. 

Wood J. W., (J. G. W. & Sons,) res. St. Joseph, bet. Penn- 
sylvania and Meridian. 

Wood Levi, 31st Indiana Volunteers, res. 37 E. Michigan. 

Wood Mi's., (wid.,) res. 57 JST. Pennsylvania. 

Wood Wm., res. 140 IST. Pennsylvania. 

Wood Wm. D., saddler, 34 W. Washington. 

Wood Wm., brick mason, res. W. Indianapolis. 

Wood Mrs. Zyrena, (wid.,) res. 178 S. Tennessee. 

WOOD & BAENETT, meat market, 157 E. Washington. 

WOOD & FOUDEAY, livery and sale stables, 10 n! Penn- 
sylvania. 

Woodford Margaret, (col.,) washer, res. 21 Virginia ave. 

Woodruff Mrs. Adeline, tailoress, res. 232 N. New Jersey. 

Woolen Wm. M., grocer, res. 82 W. Vermont, cor. Missis- 
sippi. 

Woolf Erasmus, cooper, res. N. Blake. 

Woollen Milton, farmer, res. 147 N. West. 

WOOLLEN WM. W., attorney at law and notary public, 
College Hall, bds. 149 West. 

Word Henry, laborei', res. 113 W. Michigan. 

Wordsworth William, manufacturer of woolen goods at 
Yount's factory, bds. 74 N. Tennesse. 

Worland William, provision and feed stoi-e, 37 Virginia ave., 
res. in rear. 

Worth A., secretary of I. & C. E. E., res. 246 S. Alabama. 

Worth J. C, auctioneer, res. 125 Ft. Wayne ave. 

Wasmont Louis, tailor, res. 5 N. New Jersey. 

Wathers John, res. 100 Bates. 

Wren Edmond, wagon-maker, res. 51 S. New Jersey. 

Wren Michael, laborer, bds, 184 S. Tennessee. 

Wren Thomas, contractor, res. S. Alabama. 

Wrenn John, carj)enter, res. 192 S. Delaware. 

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CITY DIRECTORY. 239 



Wright Aaron, res. W. Indianapolis. 

Wright Arthur L., dejnity treasurer, res. 92 N. Alabama. 

Wright Asa, painter, bds. 10 N. Mississippi. 

Wright Augustus S., homeopathist, res. 136 N. Illinois. 

Wright C. A., real estate agent, Tempei\ance Hall. 

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

Wright C, pump maker, res. 128 S. Noble. 

Wright Esther, family sewing, res. 191 N. Xew Jersey. 

Wright Frank M., (W. <fc Downer,) res. 1^3 N. Pennsylva- 
nia. 

Wright George, ostler, res. 77 X. Xoble. 

Wright Hiram, blacksmith, Bellefontaine car shoj'), res. 74 
Benton. 

Wright Jacob T., county auditor, office county buildings, 
res. 117 X. Delaware. 

Wright John C, (W., Bates & Maguire,) res. 30 X. Meridian. 

Wright Matilda, dressmaker, 10 i!^. Mississippi. 

Wright M. H., physician and surgeon, res. cor. Meridian 
and Ohio. 

Wright R. M., foreman shoe shop. Deaf and Dumb Asylum, 
res. S. E. Michigan road. 

Wright Thomas, salesman, Xew York store, bds. Sj^encer 
House. 

Wright Thos. C, billiard saloon, 16 W. Georgia, bds. Ori- 
ental House. 

Wright Wesley, bar-keeper, Magnolia saloon, res. 10 Mis- 
sissippi. 

Wrigiit W. H., messenger Adams' Express, res. 175 Ala- 
bama. 

Wrin^ht Wm. G., pump-maker, res. 28 Huron. 

WRIGHT CHRIST., Eagle Saloon, 138 E. Washington, 
res. same. 

WRIGIIT & DOWNER, brewers of Downer's champagne 
ale, Blake, near Patterson's Mill 

Wundrum William, tailor, 63 E. Washington. 

Wust John, wood-turner, res. 97 Ft. Wajme ave. 

Wyatt Moni'oe, bar-keeper, bds. 10 Mississippi. 

Wygart W. D., farmer, res. 76 W. Maryland. 

Wyse Mrs., washer, res. 103 Railroad. 

Wysong Christopher, brick-layer, res. Illinois, S. of Pogue's 
Run. 



Yager William, cooper, res. 166 N. Noble. 
Yaudes Daniel, res. 64 N. Pennsylvania. 

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240 INDIANAPOLIS 



Yandes D., Jr., (Y. & Co.,) res. 64 N. Pennsylvania. 

Yandes Frederick, blacksmith, res. 99 Bluff Eoad. 

Yandes George, salesman 38 E. Washington, res. 64 Penn- 
sylvania. 

YANDES SIxMON, attorney at law, 191 E. Washington. 

Yandes & Co., wholesale and retail dealers in hides and 
leather, 38 E. Washington. 

Yarbrough Peter, railroader, res. 35 S. Noble. 

Yarger John, meat market, 200 E. AVashington, res. one 
mile E. of city. 

Yarger Iv., butcher, 200 E. Washington. 

Yeager Christ., grocery, 215 E. Washington, res. same. 

Yeager John, file cutter, bds. lOG S. Alabama. 

Yewell Solomon, book-keeper, res. 195 S. Pennsylvania. 

Yohn James C, paymaster U. S. A., res. 74 N. Delaware. 

York E. D., driver American Express Compan}-, bds. Morris 
House. 

Yost Thos., bds. 69 W. South. 

Yot John, waiter for Louis Lang. 

Young Chi^ist., patern maker, res. 80 Vermont. 

Young Granville, bds. 11 S. Mississippi. 

Young Geo. D., machinist, res. 68 S. New Jersey. 

Y^'oung Dr. J. S., bds. Ohio House. 

Young H. H., school teacher, res. cor. Ash and Chcrr}'. 

Young Julius, tailor, bds. 103^ E. Washington. 

Young N. E., book-keeper, bd*s. 13 S. Illinois. 

YOUNG PJCHARD P., Palmer House Saloon, cor. Wash- 
ington and Illinois, bds. 101 W. New York, 

Young Sules D., printer, bds. cor. Ash and Cherry. 

YOUNG MEN'S CHEISTIAN ASSOCIATION, Pay's 
Block. 

Youngerman Charles, blacksmith, res. 16 N. Delaware. 

Youngerman Charles F., stone cutter, 168 S. Delaware. 

Youngerman George, blacksmith, bds. East Street House. 

Youngerman George, saloon, cor. Washington and Dela- 
ware, res. 209 Washington. 

Youngerman Mrs. Mary, res. 86 Massachusetts ave. 

Youtsey Thomas, laborer, res. 229 S. East. 

z 

Zabel Charles, cabinet-maker, bds. 73 S. Illinois. 

Zehringer Landilien, cabinet-maker, res. 121 N. Noble. 

ZEIGLEE WILLIAM, Boston Store, 10 E. Washington, 
res. 71 N. Meridian. 

Zellers Henry, mattress-maker, bds. 63 W. Louisiana. 

Zimmerman Christopher, gravel-roofing, res. 130 E. Mar- 
ket. 



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Zimmerman Joseph, tailor 31 "Virginia ave., res. same. 
Zink Henry, barber, bds. Mississippi, bet. South and Canal. 
Zipperle John, shoemaker, \Y. Indianapolis. 
Zoick William, tailor, bds. 5-4 IST. jSToble. 
Zumbush Theodore, jeweler, 128 South, up stairs. 
Zurick William, tailor, 144 E. Washington. 



PiiiL if iiif iiLOl 

Opposite O. W. Johnson's Livery Stable, 



ittfs, fiijttDrs (inli Ciprs 



Of every description always on hand. 



THOS. McBAKER, Prop'r. 



For four successiTe years at the Ohio State Fair, 



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JACOB ELDRIOGE, 



) li^l /cJJftJL f jU[«Xo till rjj f!3! (jlo Ui Jal'o (i^fiUS \ia^ <£a l^(li(it{Lii>&!H^O 

No. 13 SOUTH ILLINOIS ST., 

Four doors S. of Palmer House, East side, up stairs, 

INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA, 

Will attend to the buying and selling of Indiana and West- 
ern Lands, Pay Taxes, Examine Titles, Negotiate 
Trades, Exchange Goods for Land, 
and Land for Goods. 

IF ACCOMPANIED WITH A STAMP TO PAY POSTAGE. 

C. BEATTY, Assistant. 

B RAY HOUSE, 

Two Squares South-East of Union Depot, corner of Dela- 
ware and South Streets, 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 

RAY & LAMBERT, Proprietors. 

STEPHEN SIVIITH, 

THE OLD AND RELIABLE 




INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 

«®" LEAVE ORDERS at either of the Printing Offices. 

RESIDENCE, N"o. 102 nSTORTH IVIISSISSIPPI ST. 



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REDSTONE, BROS. & CO., 

Redstone Machine Works, 

Delaware Street, 0pp. Cincinnati Freight Depot, 

Have constantly on hand and for sale a large variety of Machines, for 
which they have the exclusive right to manufacture. 

PORTABLE ^TEAAI ENCilNE8, 

Reapers and Mowers, Sawing Machines, Shingle Ma- 
chines, Straw Cutters, Power Pumps, Single or 
Double Horse Power Saw Mills, and 

Can be supplied at the above Works. 

Every Macfeine Warranted. 

CEKTIFICATES 

Of some of our well-known citizens who have used the Redstone Saw- 
ing Machine: 

Indianapolis, December 3, 1861. 
This is to certify that we have been using Messrs. Kedstone, Bros. & Co.'s Sawing Ma- 
chine over six months, and find that it will accomplish easily an equ,-il amount of work 
with less than one-fifth the power necessary to run a circular saw large enough to do the 
same kind of work, and we take pleasure in recommending it to those who have use for a 
Sawing Machine, easily adapted to hand or other motive power, on the farm or in the work- 
shop. OSGOOD, SMITH & CO. 

Bkookville, March 14, 1861. 
Messrs. Bedstone, Bros. <& Co. : 

We are well pleased with the Sawing Machine we got from you, it is certainly ahead of 
anything we have ever seen for cross-cutting timber. It cuts very rapidly and as true as a 
straight edge, and with less power than any other machine that we have ever seen. 

MORGAN & MEANS. 



Indianapolis, February 13, 1862. 
Messrs. Bedstone, Bros. <& Go. : 

Gents : I have been using one of your Sawing Machines about three months, and do un- 
hesitatingly pronounce it all that it is recommended, and would say that one-horse power 
is enough to run it. The cutting of wood with your machine is mere pastime— the hand- 
ling of the wood being all that seems like work. JOHN BUCHANAN. 



Indianapolis, February 15, 1862. 
3fessrs. Bedstone, Bros. <& Co.: 

Gents: We are using one of your Sawing Machines and can recommend it as the Jjest 
machine in use for sawing. DAVID M. COMPTON, 

HIRAM ICENWORTHY. 

Many other references may be had by calling at the shop, where the 
machines may be seen. 



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WHEELER & WILSON'S 

SEWING MACHINES. 



More than 81,000 of the Wheeler & Wilson Machines are 
in successful operation in this Country. 



It is used universally — for all purposes. Families, Tailors, Hat Bind- 
ers, Dressmakers, Shirt Manufacturers, in fact all who want a Sewing 
Machine that will do its work well and rapidly, use 

It is made light and strong — no superfluous parts to mar its beauty 
or distract the operator. 

There is no purpose for which a Sewing Machine is required that will 
test its capacities in the same degree, as for Family Sewing — from the airy 
tissue and light Swiss to the heavy cassimers or coarse homespun. It is 
this peculiar adaptation to the use iu a family that has won for the 
Wheeler & Wilson such a 

WORLD-WIDE REPUTATION, 

And caused so many to be sold. 

Its mechanism is perfection. 

Its appearance is elegant. 

Its uses without limit. 

Its admirers innumerable. 

Any person of ordinary capacity can, in an hours practice, acquire a 
perfect knowledge of it. It is so constructed that the wear is but slight, 
the motion being rotary. It can be used an ordinary life-time without 
needing any repairs or a single part replaced. 

We Warrant all Machines Three Years. 

We invite all who want a Sewing Machine to examine and test the 
Wheeler & Wilson. 

WILLIAM SUMIER & CO. 

DEALERS IN THE WEST. 

Office No. 19 W. Washington Street, 
INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA, 

A Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine will last a life-time. 



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BUSINESS MIRROR, 



Containing the Name and Location of principal Business 

Men in the City, under the particular Trade or 

Profession in which they are engaged. 



Accouclicr and IMid^viie. 

Thompson Mrs., 74 N. Illinois. 

Academy for Boys. 

Il.ay's, under Masonic Hall. 

AgfeutS) Ale and Porter. 

Barnard J., Chicago Champaign 

Ale, S. Meridian. 
AVise Wm., Dayton Ale, 74 W. Wash. 

Ag'ent American Bible Soci- 
ety. 

Armstrong Rev. W. P., 18G N. III. 

Ag^ent Cincinnati Ne^vspa- 
perb. 

Ratti F. A., 8 Pearl. 

A^entS) Insurance. 

{See Insurance^ 
Ag^entSf Knittin;;^ Macliine. 

Ilarlin, J. J., 6^ W. Washington. 
Ag^entS) Patent Riglit« 

Bussell E. T., 19 S. Mississippi, 

Ag^ents, Real Estate. 

{liee Real Estate.) 

Agent) School Books* 

Grant Geo, IL, 18 W, Washington. 

Ag;cnts, Seiving^ ITIacliine. 

{See Seicing Macliines.) 

Ag^ricultural Implements. 

r.eard, Starr & Co., 2 N. Tenn. 
Binkley Sam'l, S. Mississippi. 
Grosvenor & Turner, 84 W. Wash. 
Marion, cor. Tennessee & Merrill. 
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Redstone, Bros. & Co., S. Delaware, 

opp. I. & C. R. R. offices. 
Stiliz J. George, 74 E. Washington. 
Wiggins & Chandler, 2G2 W. Wash. 

Arcliitects. 

Bohlen D. A., JEtna Building. 
Costigan F., Oriental House. 
Curzou Joseph, Journal Building. 
Hodgson Isaac, 14 Yohn's Block. 
May Edwin, 75 N. Pennsylvania. 

Artists^ Portrait and Scenic. 

Cox J., Ray's Building. 

Dunlap Jan:es, 137 E. Washington. 

Glessing T. B., 62 N. Tennessee. 

Gulick Samuel. 

Reed P. Fishe, ^Etna Building. 

Artists^ Photogfrapti) Ambro- 
type and Dag^uerreoiype. 

Bruening E. & J. B., iih E. Wash. 
Crane J. D., 19 W. Washington. 
Fish A. A., N. W, cor. Meridian and 

Washington. 
Hays & Runnion, 32.| E. Wash. 
Johnson C. A., 33 W. Washington. 
Kellogg & Davis, 8.} E. Washington. 
Morris C. J„ 2()i W. Washington. 
Reed J. H., ^tu'a Building. 
Smith Jacob, 8 Glenns' Block. 
Weeks & Cox, College Hall. 

Artists' Materials. 

CrapoR. P. & Co., Journal Building. 
Leiber H., N. Pennsylvania. 
Perkins G. C. & Co., 14 W. Wash. 

Attorneys at'Liaiv. 

Barbour & Howland, Dunlop's Buil- 
ding. 
Beal J. A., 6 Glenns' Block. 
Bowles Thos. H., 10 E. Washington. 



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Brown Ignatus, 19i E. Washington. 
Brown ?. A., 24 E. Washington. 
Bufi' 11. G., res. 177 South 
Bufkins J. C, 43J E. Washington. 
Burns W. v., 38^'W. Washington. 
Catiipbell \V. L., Sinking Fund Buil- 
ding. 
Carter Geo., 8G E. Washington. 
Caven .Tohn, 19^ E. Washington. 
Clark Edward, '24^ E. Washington. 
CoUey Sims A., 10.} S. Meridian. 
Coulon Chas., Cumberland. 
Davis E. A., Kentucky ave. 
De Ford & Quimby, 35 E. Wash. 
Duncan Robt. B., Hubbai-d's Block. 
Dye John T., Blackford's Building. 
Elliott Byron K., 24J E. Wash. 
Ellsworth Henry, S. Meridian. 
Ferguson Kilby, 24^ E. Wash. 
Fishback W. P., 62 'E. AVashington.- 
Fuller J. M., 14 E. Ohio. 
Gordon Geo. E., Odd Fellows' Hall. 
Hall R. H., 2G| E. Washington. 
Hamilton J. W., Blackford's Build- 
ing. 
Hamlin C, 18^- E. Washington. 
Hammond U. J., 19J E. Washington. 
Harrison & Fishback, 62 E. Wash. 
Henderson Wm., jEtna Building. 
Hendricks Thos. A., ^tna Building. 
Hoefger S. B., 19^ E. Washington. 
Howland J. D., Dunlop's Building. 
Johnson Isaac E., 4 Blake's Build- 
ing. 

Ketchum & Mitchell, Blackford's 
Building. 

Kiger & Phillips, Blackford's Build- 
ing. 

Leathers & Carter, 86 E. Wash. 

Macy David, cor. Washington and 
Delaware. 

McDonald D., Yohn's Block. 

McDonald & Roache, JEtna, Build- 
ing. 

MHJor S., 19^ E. Washington. 

Martin L. R., 10^ E. Washington. 

Morrison J. T., 26 E. Washington. 

Morrison & Ray, 20 E. Washington. 

Miller J., 84 E. Washington. 

Mitchell J. L., Blackford's building. 

Newcomb & Tarkington, 26^ E. 
Washington. 

Patterson W., 30^ E. Washington. 

Peelle & Davis, over Sec'y State's 
office, Kentucky ave. 

Perrin G. K., College Hall. 

Quimby C. W., 35 E. Washington. 

Rand & Hall, 26^ E. Washington. 



Ray C. A., 26 E. Washington. 
Roberts Jos. T.. 18 E. AVashington. 
Robhins H. R., 14 E. Ohio. 
Seidensticker A., 91 E. Washington. 
Smith Francis, 37 E. Washington. 
Stringfield W., 152 N. Pennsylvania. 
Sweetser J. N., 19J E. Washington. 
Tarkington J. S., 26| E. Wash. 
Taylor & Taylor, 80i W. Wash. 
Torbett B., Temperance Hall. 
Walpole & Walpole, 18 E. Wash. 
Wick W. W., 95 E. Washington. 
Wilson 0. M., S. E. cor. Wash, and 

Meridian. 
Wolf Wilson S., 7 Glenns' Block. 
Woollen W. M., College Hall. 
Yandes Simon, 19^ E. Washington. 

Auction and Commission. 

Featberston & Barker, 56 E. Wash. 
Mossier Bros., 10 W. Washington. 

Bakers. 

Boolman Fred., 87 E. Washington. 
Brown J. W., 150 N. New Jersey. 
Cunningham F. P., 43 N. Illinois. 
Depot Bakery, J. C, AVineberger. 
Fenling Joseph, 201 E. Washington. 
Foos Thos. J., 84 N. Mississippi. 
Ganter C, 181 E. Washington. 
Gray Wm., 64 South. 
Grein John, 214 E. Washington. 
Gutkeucht W., 134 Illinois. 
Haas Geo., 246 W. Washington. 
Haynes H. M., 40 W. Washington. 
Huif John E., 200 W. Washington. 
Metzgar A. & J., 11 N. Penn. 
Thompson H., 4 S. Meridian. 
Union Steam Bakery, A. & J. Metz- 

ger, proprietors, 11 N. Penn. 
Wineburger J. C, opposite Union 

Depot. 

Bank lL.ocks, Iron Doors^ &c. 

Williamson & Haugh, 2 N. Del, 
Banks. 

Bank of the State, cor. Illinois and 

Kentucky ave. 
Branch of the Bank of the State, 

cor. Meridian and Washington. 

Bankers. 

Fletcher's Banking OflBce, 30 E. 

Washington. 
Fletcher & Sharpe, banking office, 

S. W. cor. Penn. and AVash. 



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Harrisons', 19 E. Washington. 

Barbers. 

Brandum Samuel, Oriental House. 
Close & Bros., 4 N. Pennsylvania. 
Ferdinand Z., 62 South. 
Frankenstein G., Morris House. 
Franklin AVni. H., under Branch 

Bank, cor. Meridian and Wash. 
Fisher Benjamin, cor. Louisiana and 

Illinois. 
Geetig Henry, Odd Fellows' Hall. 
Henning & Stelzell, Bates House 

and Palmer House. 
Lenenger & Ferling, under Am. 

Express Office. 
Shoecraft Silas, GO E. Washington. 
Turner A., 15i W. Washington. 
Williams Wm., Little's Hotel. 

Basket Makers, 

Burgner John, 17 Chatham. 
Cutting A., 117 N. Delaware. 

Bazaars. 

Baldwin .7. H., 6 E. Washington. 
Mayer C, 29 W. Washington. 
New York, E. Klotz, prop'r., 37 E. 

Washington. 
Parker Edgar, 25 S. Illinois. 

Beef and Pork Packers. 

Ferguson & Mansur, opp. Madison 

Depot. 
McTaggart I., office cor. Del. and 

Washington. 
Mansur W. & I., 14 S. Meridian. 

Bell and Liocksinitlis. 

Livsey & Co., Louisiana, near Union 

Depot. 
Reinhardt J. P., 49 S. Illinois. 

Bill Poster. 

Smith Stephen, slate at Printing 
offices. 

Billiard Saloons* 

Bush Jacob, 248 E. Washington. 
Exchange, C. Montgomery, N. lU. 

Blacksmiths. 

Berryman John, near cor. Cady and 

Washington. 
Brotz John, 80 W. Washington. 
Burns John, 158 S. Delaware. 
Forshee G. W., 34 S. Pennsylvania. 



Gates John J., 14 S. New Jersey. 
Geisel Geo., 49 Ft. Wayne Ave. 
Geisel Henry, 158 S. Delaware. 
Hillman Wm., 306 Virginia Ave. 
Seibert Samuel, 252 E. Washington. 
Smith John G., 36 Kentucky Ave. 
Youugerman Chas., 122 S. Del. 

Blacksniitlis* Tools. 

Murphy & Holliday, 34 E. Wash. 

Blank Book manufacturers 
and Book Binders. 

Braden Wm., 24 W. Washington. 
Campbell & Boyle, 37 E. Wash. 
Dodd H. H. & Co., 18 E. Washington. 
Douglass James G., Journal Build- 
ing. 
Sheets Wm., 77 W. Washington. 

Boardings Houses. 

Bright Mrs. E., 45 N.Pennsylvania. 
Coen John, 107 S. Tennessee. 
Collman Henry. 

Cook Mrs. J., 44 N. Pennsylvania. 
Donnan Mrs. B., 74 N. Tennessee. 
Eli ward E., 53 S. Illinois. 
Elder Wm. G., 89 E. Market. 
Hanraman P., 184 S. Tennessee. 
Holmes Mrs. Mary, 51 N. East. 
Hoyt H., 27 S. Delaware. 
John Charles, 199 E Washington. 
Kinder Mrs. M. W., 79^ E. Wash, 
Knight Elijah, 19 W. Georgia. 
Kolb Wm., 28 and 30 Kentucky ave. 
Lynch John, 16 S. Pennsylvania. 
McReady Jas., 10 W. Market. 
Pedicord Mrs. Lydia, 179 E. Market. 
Protzman J. H., 24 N. Mississippi. 
Pyle House, J. Pyle, prop'r, cor. Ma- 
ryland and Illinois. 
Russraan C, 119 E. Washington. 
Scarry House, 20 N. Pennsylvania. 
Scudder C, 46 W. Market. 
Simpson Mrs. L., 27 Indiana ave. 
Skilly Mrs. T., S. Meridian. 
Smith VIrs. M. C, 44 S. Penn. 
Tylor Mrs. R. D.. 95 N. Tennessee. 
Walk Louis, 14 W. Washington. 
Waller Mrs. Louisa, 31 Indiana ave. 

Boiler makers* 

Dumont & Sinker, S. Penn., near 

Union track. 
Ilasselman It Vinton, opp. Union 

Depot. 

Bonnet Bleachers. 

Conaty J, B., 22 S. Illinois. 



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Copeland J. W., 8 E. Washington. 

Book PublisUers. 

Asher & Co., 3 Odd Fellows' Hall. 
Clarke & Co., Odd Fellows' Hall. 
Dodd n. H. & Co., 18 E. Washington. 
Perrine C ()., Union Depot. 
Merrill & Co., Glenns' block. 
Streight A. D., Yohn's Block. 

ISooksellers and Stationers. 

Asher & Co., Odd Fellows' Hall. 
Bowen, Stewart & Co.. 18 W. Wash. 
Clarke & Co., Odd Fellows' Hall (up 

stairs.) 
Merrill & Co., Glenns' Block. 
Perrine C. 0., Union Depot. 
Thompson Mrs. A. & Son, N. Penn. 
Wcrden & Co., 20 E. Washington. 

Boots and Shoes, Wholesale. 

Hendricks V. K. & Co., 70 W. Wash. 
Mayhew E. C. & Co., Roberts' Block, 
(opp. Union Depot.) 

Boots and ShoeS) Retail* 

Aldag Aug. & Co., 137 E Wash. / 
Bruner Chas., 38 W. Washington/ 
Busch C, 138 W. Washington. 
Cady & Co., Glenns' Block. 
Cooper .Joshua, 53 E. Washington. 
Cook Wm., 189 E. Washington. 
Davis James, 187 E. Washington. 
Doggett Richard, 3 Indiana ave. 
Dugan Thos., Blake's Building, 4th 

story. 
Evans J. L. & W. N., 3 Bates House, 

Washington. 
Grout J. B., 3 W. Washington. 
Gufkueght R., 124 N. Mississippi. 
Heffer August, 103 W. Washington. 
Hoffman Henry, 27 Union. 
Jones, Vinnedge & Co., 17 W. Wash./ 
Karrle Joseph, 04 E. Washington, 
Kistncr J. 3., 51 S. Hlinois. . 

Knodle A. & Son, 32 E. Washingto/f: 
Lancaster W., 12 S. Illinois. 
Lintz A., 30 W. Washington. 
Lubking C, 184 E. Washington. 
Planning E. C, 27 S. Illinois. 
Marie Ch., 73 E. Washington. 
Mathweg John, 51 W. Washington. 
Maudlin & Co., 53 W. Washington. 
Rehling C, 170 E. Washington. 
Richter E. J., 101 E Washington. 
Robinus & Myers, 206 E. Wash. 
Sharp J. K., 88 and 90 E. Wash. 



Southard J P., 19 E. Washington. 
Teals R. M., 7 N. Meridian. 
TenEyck J. A. & R. F., 260 W. Wash. 
WaHer B., 150 W. Washington. 
Wands A., 12 S. Meridian. 
Wands J. & Son, G5 E. Washington. 
Wekle Lukas, 179 E. Washington. 
West Joseph, 6 S. Pennsylvania. 

ISo^Tling^ Alleys* 

Bush Jacob, 248 E. Washington. 
Gymnasium, cor. Mer. & Maryland. 
Wright Thos. C, Georgia, bet. Illi- 
nois and Meridian. 

Brass and Bell Founders. 

Davis J. W. & Co., S. Delaware. 
Livsey & Co., Louisiana, near Depot. 

Brcivers. 

Harting & Bros., 25 S. Illinois. 
Meikel's, W. Maryland. 
Wright & Downer, Blake, near Pat- 
terson's Mill, 

Brick niaUers. 

McNabb Stephen, 143 S. Miss. 
Waters W. W., 73 W. South. 

Brokers, Bill and Note. 

Cain John, 18 E. Washington. 
Fletcher S. A. & Co., 30 E. Wash. 
Catling R. J., Blackford's Building. 
McKernan & Pierce, 29^ W. Wash. 
Wiley W. Y., 10| E. AVashington. 

Broom Makers. 

Cutting A., 177 N. Delaware. 
Holmaii M. C, 152 N. Pennsylvania. 
Jones Fleming, Illinois N. of Sixth. 

Buildin^ir Stone. 

'Scott, Nicholson & Co., Kentucky 

ave. 
•Smith, Ittenbach & Co., 170 S. Del. 

Butchers and Meat Markets. 

Blane, Borst & Lake, Bates House, 

Illinois. 
Bouf John, cor. 111. and Ind. ave. 
Boyd James, cor. North and Penn. 
Cook Richard, 3 N. Illinois. 
Crimer Henry, cor. East and North. 
Davis 'I homas, S. Alabama. 
Duvall Joseph P., 260 Madison ave. 
Ennis Louis, E. Washington. 
Gaff Andrew, Noble, near Market. 



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Greeger J. W., Central Meat Market 
Hahn Louis, 105 W. Washington. 
Hyde & Wethers, 173 E. Wash. 
Jones Wm., 122 S. Illinois. ^ 

Kuhn Charles, 107 W. Washington. 
Loucks C, 103 Virginia ave. 
Morningstar & Gulick, 8 S. Penn. 
Nicolai C, 119 Massachusetts ave. 
Pouder M., 91 E. Washington. 
Powell David, cor. Vermont -and 

Massachusetts ave. 
RiggsJohn, 32 N. Illinois. 
Riggs & David, 6 S. Meridian. 
Roos & Schinalzreed, 89 S. Illinois. 
Seafart Louis, 77 E. Washington. 
Short John, 208 W. Washington. 
Snyder W. & L., 29 S Meridian. 
Weehsler D., 128 N. Alabama. 
Williams George, cor. New York 

and Massachusetts ave. 
Wood& Barnett, 157 E.Washington. 
Yarger John, 200 E. Washington. 

Butter and Egg Packers. 

Eversoii Geo. P., Metropolitan HaH^ 

W. Washington. 
Holmes Sam'l, 188 E. Washington. 
Morgan Dennis, 180 E. Washington. 

Cancer Doctors. 

Ilaugh .\dam, G N. Meridian. 
Howard E. & Son, 52 S. Illinois. 

Carpenters and. Builders. 

I Avery John L., cor. North and Ala. 
^/ J3alinger E. M., 150 N. East. 
Beehimer S. B., 28 E. Georgia. 
Bland Hiram, 160 S. New Jersey. 
''Bracken Thos. A., St. Joseph, bet. 

Illinois anil Meridian. 
Braning Humphrey, 295 S. Del. 
^ronson R. T., 103 N. Alabama. 
Brouse Andrew, GO E. New York. 
Buchantian Cyrus F., 14 S. West. 
Busswell John, 90 S. Delaware, 
iyrkit & Beam, GO S. Tennessee. 
Carter Henry, W. Geoi'gia. 
•Coif man Jacob, 171 S. New Jersey. 
Coffman S. J., 163 N. Mississippi. 
Collins John, 37 S. Illinois. 
Colestock Henry, 22 W. North. 
Comegys Levi, 62 N. Delaware. 
Cook J. M., Ill E. New York. 
Cox Jefferson R., 188S. Eas.. 
Derringer David, Howard. 
-Ebert John, 32 Kentucky ave. 
Eden C , 86 E. Ohio. 




Ely Ephraim, W. Indianapolis. 
Emmerson R., 141 \V. Ohio. 
,-Fatout J. L. & M. K., 109 Indiana - 

ave. 
Fearnley & Greer, 68 S. Delaware. -.. 

'Feary J. E., 7 Virginia ave. „ 

Flaig M. v., Kentucky ave. 
George Otis, at Theater, 
Gordon C. L., S. Missouri. 
Hearth John G., 127 N. East. 
Helwig Charles, 113 E. Ohio. 
Hiles Isaac, 15G W. Vermont. 
Holland John, 217 S. Delaware. 
Hornaday J. E., 159 N. Alabama. 
Howes Henry, 50 Indiana ave. 
Kcely Wm., 62 E Michigan. 
Loucks Jas., 194 New Jersey. 
Low C. & N., 18 S. New Jersey. 
Many John B., 34 N. Spring. 
Marcus Elias, 59 W. Georgia. 
Michett R. M., 95 SL Joseph. 
Nelson Thomas, 107 W. Ohio. 
Rickards Thoraas, SO S. Delaware. 
Routier A., 65 Elm. 
Sims John, 20 St. Clair. 
Spicer B. M., Jlarket opposite Post 

Otrice. 
Taylor R. R., W. Market. 
Towe & Sons, 18 S. New Jersey. 
Wood J. G. & Sons, 9 Virginia ave. 

Carpets and Matting. 

Fletcher H. A. & Co., 26 and 28 ^V. 

Washington. 
Glenn W. & H. & Co., Glenns' block 
Tousey & Byram, 70 E. Washington. 
Zeigler Wm., 10 E. Washington. 

Carpet W^eaver. 

Spears .Mrs. P., 63 S. Noble. 

Carriagre Makers. 

Drew S. & Son, East Market square. 
Gaston H. R. & Co., Kentucky ave. 
Harding Thomas W., cor. Maryland 

and Delaware. 
Lowe George, 99 E. Washington. 
Munsell Henry, 175 E. Ohio. 

Carria;3^e Xrinimingr. 

Murphy & Holliday, 34 E. Wash. 

Cliina^ Glass and Queens- 
ware. 

Hawthorn & Buchanan. S3 E. Wash. 

Lindley Jacob, DJ W. Washington. 

Cig^ar Box ITIaker* 

Greenwald IL, 79 Davidson. 



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Cig:ars and Tobacco« 

Augleman Wm., 35 W. Washington. 
Frost J. M., 95 E. Washington. 
Heidlinger J. A., 3 Palmer and 10 

Bates House. 
Henninger & Co., 42 E. Washington. 
Henninger Chas. & Co., 87 S. 111. 
Hunt C. C, Gl E. Washington. 
Kretsch Peter, 93 S. Illinois. 
McMurray Robert, 35 W. Wash. 
Marshall C. M., N. Illinois, next to 

Exchange Building. 
Meyer G. P., 35 W. ^Vasliington. 
Otan D., 159 E. Washington. 
Raschig C. M., 15 E. Washington. 
Richardson John, 12 N. Penn. 
Rosenthal A., 38 Louisiana. 
Solomon J. & M., 30 S. Illinois. 
Speckman, 57 S. Illinois. 
Tindall N., 12 N. Pennsylvania. 
Wiedrichs Wm., 63 E. Washington. 

Cistern Builders. 

Kruger Joseph, 115 E, Market. 
Clairvoyant Pliysician. 

Howard S. W., 13 S. Mississippi. 

Cloak and Mantilla Maker. 

Moon Miss Sallie, 2GJ W. Wash. 
ClotUiers. 

(See also Merchant Tailors.) 
Buedenz H. & Co., H4 W. Wash. 
Criqui M., 84 E. Washington. 
Dessar Bros., 4 E. Washington. 
Glaser Bros., Bates House. 
Gocpper F., 15 E. Washington. 
Gramling J. & P., 41 E. Wash. 
Kahn A., 2 Palmer House. 
Kahn Jacob, 46 E. Washington. 
McGinnis Owen, 39 E. Washington. 
Moritz Bro. & Co., 3 E. and 19 W. 

Washington. 
Jlyer Moses, 4 W. Washington. 
Richter & Roggs, 144 E. Wash. 
Simon G. & Son, 1 W. Washington. 
Tapking & Becker, 63 E. Wash. 

Coal Dealers. 

Armstrong & Perine, 12 W. Mary'd. 
Putsch Valentine, South, opp. Mad- 
ison Depot. 
Burk John, office 31 W. Wash. 
Ross J. H., office New York Grocery. 
Smith W. Q., S. Delaware. j 

Coal Oil and Liamps. j 

Browning Robert, 22 W. Wash. j 



Rockey H. S., 13 S. Meridian. 
Tomlinson & Cox, 18 E. Wash. 
Vickers W. B. & Co., Odd FeUows' 
Hall. 

Comb Maker. 

Gardiner Rich. C, 25 N. Alabama. 

Commercial Colleg^e. 

Bryant's, Wm. Purdy, priu'l, Mina. 
liuilding. 

Commission Mercliants. 

Bugby L. M., cor. Railroad and Del- 
Donaldson C. S., 71 W. Washington. 
Fitzgibbon M. & Co., cor. Meridian 

and Louisiana. 
Gallup W. P. & E. P., 74 W. Wash. 
Glazier Chas., 16 S. Meridian. 
Grosvenor & Turner, 84 AV. Wash. 
Hahn C. F., 41 N. Alabama. 
Rusch F. P., 83 W. Washington. 

Confectioners, 

Cunningham F. P., 43 N. Illinois. 
Daggett W., 22 S. Meridian. 
Haynes H. M., 40 W. Washington. 
HuflF John E., 200 W. Washington. 
Kleber John L., 105 E. Washington. 
Moesch T. H., 76 E. Washington. 
Parrisette J., 15 N. Illinois. 
Voight H. L. & Co., 67 S. Illinois. 

Contractors. 

Stumph John. 

Timmerman H., 153 Railroad. 

Coopers. 

Burton Geo. K., 78 N. West. 
May Adam, 58 S. East, 

Coppersmitlis. 

Cottrell & Knight, 94 S. Delaware. 
Munson & Johnson, 62 E. Wash. 

Dag^uerrean Goods. 

Crapo R. P. & Co., Journal building. 
Perkins G. C. & Co., 14 W. Wash. 

Daguerrean Artists. 

(See Artixts.) 

Dentists. 

Frink S. C, 4 Yohn's Block. 
Hunt P.G. C, E. Market, bet. Penn- 
sylvania and Delaware. 
Johnston J. F., HE. Maryland. 
Nichols T. M., 18* S. Meridian. 
Wells G. A., 15 E" Washington. 
Wood B., 42 N. Pennsylvania. 



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Distiller. 

Volmer Otto P., 159 E. St. Clair. 
Dress Makers. 

Danniels Mrs. C. F., 60 N. Delaware. 

Fahnestock Mrs., 18 S. Illinois. 

Farrell Mrs. C. J., 21 S. Delaware. 

Foiilke Mrs. E., 79 Massachusetts 
ave. 

Ilealy Mrs., 11 N. Alabama 

Joliuson Mrs., 12^ S. Pennsylvania. 

Lemmon Mrs. Jennie, 34 E. Oliio. 

Lowman Mrs. N., 58 E. St. Clair. 

Martz S., 39 N. Alabama. 

Montgomery Mrs. E., 65 W. South. 

Pedriok Jlrs., 45 N. Illinois. 

Perkins Mrs. M., (col.,) 61 Ken- 
tucky ave. 

Protzman Miss J., 24 N. Miss. 

Shaughnessy Mrs. J., 131 S. Ala. 

Tudor Mrs. H., 53 N. East. 

Druffs and. Medicines. 

Browning Robert, 22 W. Wash. 
Egner & Wocher, 81 E. Washington. 
Frauer J. C, 185 E. Washington. 
Hannaman William, 40 E. Wash. 
Lowry W. M., 49 Massachusetts ave. 
Ludden & Lee, 14 N. Illinois, Bates 

House. 
Perkins G. C. & Co , 14 W. Wash. 
Rosengurten H., 172 E. Washington. 
Senour J. F., 5 Bates House, W. 

Washington. 
Tomlinson & Cox, 18 E. Wash. 
Vickers W. B., Odd Fellows' Hall. 

Dry Goods. 

Bee-Hive Store, L. H. Tylor, prop'r, 
cor. Meridian and Washington. 

Boston Store, Wm. Zeigler, 18 E. 
Washington. 

Callinan D. J., 28 E.Washington. 

Cook Wm. & Co., 189 E. Washington. 

Flaiuer & Jackson, 75 E. Wash. 

Fletcher H. A & Co., 26 and 28 W. 
Washington. 

Geisendorf G. W. & Co., 63 W. Wash. 

German Store, Krause & Witten- 
berg, 43 and 45 E. Washington. 

Good M. H., 5 E. Washington. 

Kirlan James, 36 W. Washington. 

Lynch k Keane, 33 AV. Washington. 

New York Store, Glenn W. & II. & 
Co., Gleans' Block, E. Wash. 

Tousey & By ram, 70 E. Wash. 



Dry Croods^ Wiiolesale- 

Crossland J. A., 75 W. Washington. 

Dyers and Cleaners. 

Bouchet Ed., N. Illinois. 

Harris E., Paris Dye House, 19 S. 

Meridiain. 
Harris Joseph, 38 S. Illinois and E. 

Washington. 
Heaf August, 10 S. Pennsylvania. 
Kail Lewis, 93 E. Washington. 

Edg;e Tool Maker. 

Kellogg Newton, W. Washington, 
(near bridge.) 

Embroidery. 

Lennert Mrs. Sarah E., 16i S. 111. 

Engravers on ^Vood. 

Byrkit S. M., 19 W. Washington. 
Fahnestock John, 19i W. Wash. 
Landon & Hastings, 8.^ E. Wash. 

Express Companies. 

Adams, 12 E. Washington, John 11. 

Ohr, agent. 
American, cor. Meridian and Wash., 

J. Butterfield, agent. 
Merchants' Despatch, 31 W. Wash., 

W. T. Clark, agent. 
United States, cor. Meridian and 

Washington, J. Butterfield, agent. 

Fancy Ooods. 

Baldwin J. H., 6 E. Washington. 
Callinan D. J., 28 E. Washington. 
Klotz Emil, 37 E. Washington. 
Lake Miss M., 38 N. Pennsylvania. 
Mayer Chas , 29 W. Washington. 
Parker R. R., 30 W. Washington. 

File Works. 

Benjamin D. 0. & Son, S. Penn. 
Florlstst and Gnrdeners. 

Loomis W. II., 189 Virginia ave. 
Klapp Henry, E. National Road. 
Weghorst H., S. E. of Corp'n Line. 

Flour and Feed Dealers. 

Carlisle John & Sou, 68 W. Wash. 
Church J. A. & Co., 5 S, Delaware. 
Heckman C, 266 E. Washington. 
Jordan Thos., 18 S. Meridian. 
Mathews Wm., 124 E. Market. 
Rusch Fred. P., 83 W. Washington. 
Worland Wm., 37 Virginia ave. 



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Flouring: Mills. 

>Et,n,a .Mills, J. Skillen & Bro., wj 

Wnsliiiigton. j 

Bates City, cor. Noble and Wash-| 

ington, J. W.Jeffries. j 

Capital Mills, cor. Market and Mis-j 

souri, J. P. Evans & Co. ' 

Carlisle John, 2-54 W. AVashington. \ 
Identical, T. Hudnut, S. Penn. j 

Pattison, Kay & Fletcher, AV. Wash.] 

(near bridge.) 
Underbill R. F., Bluff road. I 

Foisatdries and Macliine 

Shops. I 

Diimont & Sinker, S. Pennsylvania, 1 

E. Union Depot. 
Redsione Bros. & Co., S. Delaware, 

opp. Cin. R. R. office. 
Root, Bennett & Co., S. of Union 

Track. 
Washington Foundry, Ilasselinan & 

Vinton, opp. Union Depot. 
Wiggins & Chandler, 262 W. Wash. 

Fruit Preserving- House. 

AVilliams, VanCamp & Co., Ohio. N. 
of Paper Mill. 

Furniture* 

Dohn Phillip, 21 S. Meridian. 
Fisher Aiidiew, 78 E. Washington. 
Ginibael Martin, 147 E. Washington. 
Ileitkuni Chas., Gl E. Washington. 
Ingersoll H. Vv'., 78 E. Washington. 
Jose N., 4 S. Pennsylvania. 
iVIeyer C. J., 171 E."^Washington. 
Ramsey J. P., 21 S. Illinois. 
Speigel, Thorns & Co., 73 W. Wash. 
Veiter A., 97 E.Washington. 
Wilde 0. J., 71 S. Illinois. 

Fur Ag-cnts. 

Gregory David, 9 W. Washington. 
ftas Fixtures. 

Coltrell & Knight, 94 S. Delaware. 
l\IcLene J., Bates House. 

Oas Fitters and Plumbers. 

Cottrell & Knight, 94 S. Delaware. 
Dunn J. C, 24 Kentucky ave. 
Livsey & Co., near Union Depot. 
Ramsey & Manning, 85 W. Wash. 

Gents' Furnishings Goods* 

(See Clothing^ 



General Stores. 

Cook William & Co., 189 E. Wash. 
Ostermyer & Prange, 2-58 E. Wash. 
Piel W. F., 240 E. Washington. 

Gilders and Picture Fraiuers. 

Crapo R. P. & Co., Journal Ruilding. 
Lieber H., 15 N. Pennsylvania. 

Grainand Produce Dealers. 

Bugby L. M., cor. Railroad track 

and Delaware. 
Cassady Isaac N. 
Elliott Thos. B., cor. S. Alabama and 

Cincinnati R. R. 
Everson George P., 42 W. Maryland. 
Glazier C, 10 S. Meridian. 
Rusch Fred. P., 83 W. Washington, 

Masonic Hall. 

GrocerS) "Wholesale. 

Alford, Mills & Co., 36 E. Wash. 
Birch & Farmer, 79 E. Washington. 
Culver Elihu, 142 W. Washington. 
Danforth & Simpson, 3 N. Penn. 
Elliott C. A., cor. Meridian and 

Maryland. 
Emmerich & Reese, 91 and 93 W. 
Fitzgibbon M. & Co., Meridian, opp. 

Union Depot. 
Holland J. W., 72 E. Washington. 
Holmes C. L., 31 W. Washington. 
Hogshire & Hunter, 2-5 W. w'ash. 
Langsdale& Patterson, 190 E.Wash. 
Lannenberg H. II., 134 W. Wash. 
Oglcsby W. F. & Co., 59 W. Wash. 
Schnull A. & H., cor. Wash. & Del. 
Skillen J. & Bro., 248 W. Wash. 
Stout O. B. & Bros., 42 W. Wash. 
Wallace Andrew, cor. Vii-ginia ave. 

and Delaware. 
Wright, Bates & Maguire, Bates 

House, W.-ishington. 

Grocers^ Retail. 

Avells M., 277 S. Delaware, 
Bariiitt Thos., 170 E. Washington. 
Beebe & Hawes, 9 W, Washington, 

and 9 N. Illinois. 
Birch k Farmer, 79 E. Wash. 
Boyd D. M., 39 S. .Meridian. 
Brudo Thomas, cor. EastS. Vir. ave. 
Brah L., 46 Ft. Wayne ave. 
Brand J. G., 25 Bhiff road. 
Bretz Adam, 44 Louisiana. 
Brinker Aug., 94 W. New York. 
Brotz A., 82 S. Illinois. 
Brown J. G., 150 N. New Jersey. 



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Biiich William, Orient. 

Biifsch George M., 173 S. Delaware. 

Christy Albert, 14 Louisiana. 

Christy A., cor. Ills, and Md. 

Clem & Bros., cor. Massachusetts 

ave. and Alabama. 
ColUip Fred., 166 E. Washington. 
Crug G., 24 E. Washington. 
Culver Elihu, 142 W. Washington. 
Dan forth & Simpson, 3 Odd Fellows' 

Hall, Pennsylvania. 
Dougherty Charles, 245 S. Delaware. 
Emmerich & Reese, 91 and 'Jo W. 

Washington. 
Ennes Philip, 229 Massachusetts 

ave. 
Feeling F. W., 125 E. South. 
Gahm John, cor. North and Indiana 

ave. 
George James, 182 W. Washington. 
Gold Adam, W. Washington, opp. 

Iloosier Woollen Factory. 
Green George, cor. Tennessee anil 

South. 
Harliugton Patrick, 50 E. La. 
Harinan Valentine, W.IndiHiinpolis. 
Harris Joseph. 

Harrington Patrick, 58 South. 
Hart James, 230 E. Washington. 
Hawes & Co., 3 N. Illinois. 
Hensan Charles, 50 Bluif Koad. 
Helin John, 104 Davidson, 
Hinde E., 155 E. Washington. 
Hofnieister & Nicholas. 
Ilogshire & Hunter, 25 W. Wash. 
Hohl C. C, 77 E. Washington. 
Holmes C. L,, 31 W. Washington. 
Holland J. W., 72 E. Washington. 
Jenkins A. W., cor. Penn. & North. 
Jeiard, Ittenbach & Co., 180 S. Del- 
aware. 
Johnson G. W., Mississippi, cor. St. 

Clair. 
Johnson J. V ., 31 S. Meridian. 
Johnson V/illiam, 167 S. Tennessee. 
Keeley W. II., cor. Market & Noble. 
Kemper Charles, cor. McCarty and 

Meridian. 
Kerin D. P., S. E. MichigAn Road. 
Kettenback Henry, Jlassachusetts 

ave., bet. Liberty and St. Clair. 
Kirian James, 36 W. Washington. 
Koch H., 198 Massachusetts ave. 
Kolb John A., 09 S. ll! nois. 
Kossebaum J. G., 153 Massachusetts 

ave. 
Kuhlmann E. H. L., 187 W. Wash. 



Kusick John, West, bet. Maryland 

and Georgia. 
Kreniger George, 00 South. 
Lafavrie J., cor. Maryland & Illinois^ 
Langdien .Joseph, 160 E. Wash. 
Lannenberg H. H., 134 W. Wash. 
Langsdale & Pattison, 190 E. Wash. 
Liver A., 46 S. Meridian. 
Lintner C. H. «fe Co., 1 Indiana ave. 
Lintner J. H., 140 E. Washington. 
Lintner John & Son., cor. North and 

Indiana ave. 
Lockman C, cor. Virginia ave. and 

Cedar. 
Logan B., 129 W. South. 
Lougnecker Sam'l., AV. Indianapolis. 
McGinnis J., 228 E. Washington. 
Middlemas D. C, 196 W. Wash. 
Morganvich V., 9 Chatham. 
MuUer H., 142 N. Noble. 
iNIunson W. L., 21 N. Alabama. 
Oglesby AV. F. & Co.. 59 W. Wash. 
Peri'ott Samuel, 191 Indi.ina ave. 
Perrott W. W., 115 S. Tennessee. 
Pryse Henry, cor. JlcCarty and Vir. 

ave. 
Rench Edward, 120 S. Illinois. 
Richter Henry, Illinois, bet. Second 

and Third. 
Riemenschneider II., 47 N. N. J. 
Roberts Dwight, cor. Wash, and 111. 
Ross James, 36 Indiana ave. 
Schoppenhorst Wm., 101 E. AVash. 
Schott Joseph, 117 E. AA'ashington. 
Schweinhart P., 253 Indiana ave. 
Severin H., 207 N. New Jersey. 
Sherman George, cor. Pennsylvania 

and North. 
Simpson N., 162 & 104 AA'. AVash. 
Simmons Henry, cor. lud. ave. and 

Tennessee. 
Simpson M. & R., cor. South & Del. 
Skillen J. & Bro., 248 AV. AVash. 
Smith Fred., 126 N. Mississippi. 
Spencer & Socwell, 202 E. AVash. 
Stout 0. B. & Bros., 42 AV. AVash 
Stringer AVm. H., 77 N. Meridian. 
Talbot t R. C, 101 AV. AVashington. 
Tarlton & Keen, 8 S. Meridian. 
Thompson Mary, cor. Del. and South. 
Tuttle B. F., 27 W. Washington. 
Vanllouten & Graham, 34 N. 111. 
Vinnedge J. A., 8 N. Pennsylvania. 
AVenger G. M., 20 N. Noble. 
AVesbe L. F.. 185 AV. AVashington. 
AVingate J. F., 165 Virginia ave. 
AVoerner Philip, 78 AV. AVashington. 



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Wood A., 129 N. Illinois. 
Woolen W. M., 82 W. Vermont. 
Yeager Christ., 215 E. Washington. 

Gunsmitlis. 

Balwig & Kindler, 17 Ky. ave. 

Beck C, 15 S. Meridian. 

Beck Samuel, 8G E. Washington. 

Ilard^vare and Cutlery. 

City Hardware Store, 12 W. Wash. 
Pottage Benjamin, 76 W. Wash. 
Vajen J. H., 21 V/. Washington. 
Voiinegut Clemens, 142 E. Wash. 
Wilson J. B., 61 W. Washington. 
Wood A. D., 71 E. Washington. 

Hats, Caps and Furs. 

Baker & Mclver, 22 E. Washington. 
Bamberger II., 16 E. Washington. 
Brown W. P., 20 Kentucky ave. 
Sharp J. K., 88 and 90 E. Wash. 
Spencer William. 32 W. Wash. 
Wilmot Samuel, 8 W. Washington. 

Hat manufacturer. 

Brown W. P., 20 Kentucky ave. 

Harness JTlaKer* 

(.See Saddle and Harness.) 

Hides and Leallicr. 

(See Leather Stores.) 

Hoop Skirt manufactory. 

Goldston & Carfunkle, 12 S. Penn. 

Hosiery and Trininiing^s. 

Parker R. R., 30 W. Washington. 
Hominy Mills. 

Darby John, R. R. City Mills. 

Hotels and Proprietors. 

Bates House, William Jmlson, cor. 

Washington and Illinois. 
Batty House, .1. II. Bntty, 31 N. Ala. 
California House, A. Kistner, 138 

S. Illinois. 
East St. House, Hahn H., cor. East 

and South. 
Farmers' Hotel, II. E. Buehrig, cor. 

Illinois and Georgia. 
Jackson House, H. Marmont, 136 W. 

Washington. 
Little's Hotel, A. R. Hyde, cor.Wash- 

ington and New Jersey. 



Macy House, J. E. Redford, cor. 111. 
and Market. 

Morris House, H. Whitmore, opp. 
Union Depot. 

National, D. Bender, W. Wash. 

Ohio House, M. Neiman, 31 AV. Mar- 
ket. 

Oriental House, W. J. Elliott, S. 111. 

Palmer House, J. D. Carmichael, S. 
E. cor. Wash, and Illinois. 

Ray House, Ray & Lambert, S. E. 
cor. Del. and South. 

Spencer House, M. Harth, cor. Illi- 
nois and Louisiana. 

Tully House, S. Illinois, Wm. Tully. 

Union Hall, 107, 109, 111, 113 E. 
Washington. 

Union House, S. Mattler, S. Illi- 
nois. 

Ice Dealers. 

Butsch John, 48 W. South. 
Parrisette J., 15 N. Illinois. 
Pitts G. W., 78 Indiana ave. 
Riley B. F., 92 W. New York, 

Insurance. 

Anderson G. P.. 44 N. Pennsylvania. 

Davis C. B., Odd Fellows' Hall. 

Duulop J. S., N. W. cor. Meridian 
and Washington. 

Hayden J. J., Blackford's Block, cor. 
Meridian and Washington. 

Henderson Wm., iEtna Building. 

Locke & Bro., Blackford's Building. 

Spann & Love, S. W. cor. Washington 
and Meridian. 

Wliite River Valley Insurrnce Com- 
pany, 19 W. Washington. 

Iron KailinsT- 

Williamson &Haugh, 2N. Delawara. 
Duuiont & Sinker, S. Pennsylvania. 

Iron, Steel and Nails. 

Murphy & Ilolliday, 84 E. Wash. 
Root,, Bennett & Co., 60 E. Wash. 

Intellig'ence Office. 

Stapp J. H., W. Washington. 

Justices of tlie Peace. 

Curtis Andrew, 39 E. Washington. 
Fisher Charles, Yohn's Block." 
Stem Frederick, Judah's Block. 
Sullivan William, College Hall. 



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Lard) Oil, Soap and Candles. 

Joachime August., 93 W. IH.iryland. 

Liatli ITIacIiincs. 

Redstone, Bros. & Co., S. Delawarci 
opp. Cincinnati R. R. office. 

Liast and Feg Manufacturers. 

Osgood, Smith & Co., S. Illinois. 
JLa^v BookPublisbers. 

Dodd H. II. & Co., 18 E. Washington. 
Merrill & Co., Glenns' Block. 

liigrlitning: Rods. 

Munson David, G'J E. Washington. 

Liinie and Cement. 

Butsch Valentine, South, opp. Mad- 
ison Depot. 

JLcather and Elide Dealers. 

Fishbnck .John, 30 S. Meridian. 
Moonejs & Co., S. Meridian. 
Sharpe J. K., 88 ancH)0 E. Wash. 
Yandos & Co., 38 E. Washington. 

Liivery and Sale Saables. 

Allen & Hinesley, Pearl, rear Pal- 
mer House. 

Brinkman & Ruschaiipt, ITS. Del. 

Burrows G. W., 14 N. Pennsylvania. 

Crouch G. W. & J. C, 24 S.Penn 

Hall Charles W. & Co., E.xchange 
Building, N. 111., opp. Bates House. 

JohnstonO. W., 11 & 13 W. Pearl. 

Landis Jacob, 18 W. Maryland. 

Pattersen J. M., 84 E. Maryland. 

Wilkison William, 10 E Pearl. 

Wood & Foudray, N. Pennsylvania. 

LiOcksniltlis. 

Iscnsce A. F. W., 17 Kentucky ave. 
Reinhardl J. P., 49 S. Illinois. 

I^nmber, Lath and Sliing^les. 

Brown Philip, 275 Mass. ave. 
Byrkit & Beam, GO S. Tennessee. 
King Cornelius, 141 N. Mississippi. 
Kregelo, Blake & Co., cor. Canal & 

New Yorlc. 
McCord & Wheatley, 119 S. Del. 
Reynolds & Gmham, E. AVashing- 

ton, near Noble. 

JTfacIiine SUop. 

Dumont & Sinker, cor. Penn. and 
Railroad. 



Redstone Bros. & Co., S. Delaware. 
Washington Foundry and Machine 

Shop, Hasselman & Vinton, opp. 

Union Depot.. 
Wiggins & Chandler, 262 E. Wash. 

Marble Works. 

Dame Jason, 07 E. AYashington. 
Downey M., 127 E. Washington. 
James "w. W. & Co., 58 S. Meridian. 
Keys Wm., Georgia, bet. Missouri 

and AVest. 
Seybold J. K., cor. Market and Del. 
Scott, Nicholson & Co., Kentucky 

ave. 
AA'eir & Bro., 13 Virginia ave. 

Matltcniatical Instruments. 

Steflfens C. AY. & Co., 8 Blackford's 
Building. 

Matress Maker. 

Evera John, 191 E. AYashington. 

Medical Books. 

Streight A. D., Yohn's Block. 
AVerden & Co., 26 E. AVashington. 

Merchant Tailors. 

Beudenz H. & Co., 144 AY. AVasli. 
Bippus John, 10 N. Pennsylvania. 
Criqui M., 84 E. AVashington. 
Dernliam Max, agent 1 AY. AVash. 
Dessar & Bro., E. AA\ashington. 
Gerstner A. G., 158 E. AVashington. 
Glaser & Bros., 2 Bates House. 
Gcepper F., 15 E. Washington. 
Goodman Anthony, 16 N. Penn. 
Gramling J. & P., 41 E. Washington. 
Hotz George & Co., 09 S. Illinois. 
Johnson John, 48 kS. Illinois. 
McGinnis Owen, 39 E. AA'ashington. 
Morgan S. C, 27 E. AVashington. 
Moritz, Bro. & Co., 3 E. and 19 AV. 

AVashington. 
Ott George, 100 S. Illinois. 
Richter & Roggs, 144 E. Wash. 
Roupp AVilliam, 105 E. Washington. 
Ruckle N. D., E. Market, opp. P. 0. 
Staub Joseph, 09 E. AYashington. 
Steinman G. & J., S. Meridian. 
Tapking & Becker, 03 E. AYa«h. 
AValker William, 2 Odd Fellows' 

Hall, AA'ashington. 

Milliners and Dress Makers. 

{See also Dress Makers.) 
Baker Mrs. A. & Co , 24 S. Illinois. 



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Bidin C. W., ]65 E. Washington. 
Copeliuid J. W., 8 E. Washington. 
Fahnestock Mrs. 0., 18 S. lll'iaois. 
Kii-k E., 39 N.Pennsylvania. 
Latshaw V. K. S., 22 S. Illinois. 
Quiniby Mrs. H., 20 S. Illinois. 
Thomas Mrs. M. J. & Co., 46 W. 

Washington. 
Williams Miss N. H., 22 S. Illinois. 

MilJ-AVrigrhtaiidlWanufactu- 
rcruft' £3oltiug' Clottis. 

Taggart Samuel, 98 S. Delaware. 

Itlusic and Musical Iiiistrii« 
nients* 

AVillarJ & Stowell, 4 Bates House, 
Washington. 

music Teacliers* 

Allen :\Irs. A. C, 38 E. New York. 
Brummor Charles, 12 E. Michigan, 
nines E., Dancing Academy, 71 In- 
diana ave. 
Newell L. S., Blind Asj'lum. 
Pearsall P. 11., 26 S. Tennes'^ee. 
Sclionacker H. J., Spencer House. 
SufFeru Wm. J., -Etna Building. 



News Depots* 

Keating J. J., 19 S. Illinois. 
Perrine C. 0., Union Depot. 
Thompson Mrs. A. & Sou, N. Poun. 

Newspapers and Periodicals. 

Christian Record, A. D. Goodman, 

weekly. Journal Building. 
Free Press (German), R. Henninger, 

weekly, 83 E. Washington. 
Herald & Era, M. G. Lee, weekly, 

2 S. Meridian. 
Humorist, Landon & Hastings, 

monthly, 3 E. Washington. 
Indiana American, T. A. Goodwin, 

daily and weekly, HE. Pearl. 
Indiana Home-Life and Camp-Life, 

G. H. Fleming & Co., weekly, G. 

H. Fleming editor, 18 E. Wjisli. 
Indianapolis Journal Co., daily and 

weekly, Journal Building, J. M. 

Till'oid prest., B. R. Sulgrove ed'r. 
Indiana State Sentinel, daily and 

weekly. Elder, Harkness & Bing- 
ham, proprietors, 2 S. Meridian. 
Indiana School Journal, monthly, 

Jouinal Building, Prof. G. Hoss, 

editor and proprietor. 



Indiana Volksblati (German), week- 
ly, J. Boetticher, 130 E. Wash. 

The Witness, M. G. Clarke & Co., 
Odd Fellows' Hall. 

Notaries Public* 

Anderson G. P., 44 N. Penn. 

Bowles Thos. H., 10 E. Washington. 

Brown Ignatius, 19i E. Washington. 

Deford W. R., 35i K. Wasliiugton. 

Dunlop John S., N. W. cor. Merid- 
ian and Washington. 

Dunn Jacob P., Indianapolis Branch 
Banking Co. 

Elliott B. K., 24J E. Washington. 

Ferguson K., 24| E. Washington. 

Ilaiulin C, I8?r E. Washiiigtuii. 

Harrison & Fishback, 62 E. Wash. 

Haydeii J. J., Blackford's Block. 

Ilowland L., Dnnlop's Building. 

Perriu G. K., College Hall. 

Phipps I. N., 28 E. Market. 

Seldensticker A., 91 E. Washington. 

Smith Francis, 37 E. Waihington. 
I Taylor N. B., Temperance Hall. 
I Walpole Bryan C, 18 E. Wash. 

Werbe C. G'., \)oh E. Washington. 

Wiley W. v., 10"E. Washington. 

Wilson 0. M., S. VV. cor. Meridian 
and Washington. 

Nurseries. 

Beechwood Nursery, office 44 N. 
Pengsylvania, J. F. Hill & Co. 

Pearce Wm.. cor. Orient and .Michi- 
gan Road. 

Woodlawn Green House, W. II. 
Loomis, 180 Virginia ave. 

Occulist and Aurist. 

Gustin L., cor. Louisiana i Illinois. 

Opticians. 

Moses L. AV., 20 E. Washington. 
Semmons .S: Co., 23 S. Illinois. 

Orchestral Bands. 

Gresh B. F., 17 Kentucky ave. 
Halin H., East Street House. 
Hines E., 71 Indiana ave. 

Oysters? Agents. 

Barnard J., 20 S. Meridian. 
Beebe & Hawes, 9 W. Washington. 
M. Hug, 14 E. Washshington. 

Paint and Color \%'orIis. 

Drake E. B. & Co., 47 South. 



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Painters and Glaziers* 

Beale J., 175 E. South. 
Cook M. R., 31 S. Meridian. 
Fevtig Frank, 6 E. Washington. 
Winter D. M., S. Meridian. 
Greuzard L. S , lotj E. Washington. 
Jenkins E., rear of Bates House. 
Knotis N. K., 2 N. Pennsylvania. 
McLane Albert, 8 W. North. 
Osgood J. B., 16 E. Market. 
Rooker A. J., 104 Indiana ave. 
Schmitt A., 103J E. 'Washington. 
Statts & English, 6 S. Meridian. 
Traub J., 214 N. Alabama. 
Whitridge \\m., 8U E. Wash. 

Paper Milt, 

Sheets Wm., W. Market. 

Paper Dealers. 

Bowen, Stewart & Co., 18 W.Wash. 
Braden William, 24 W. Wash. 
Sheets William, 77 W. Wasliingtou. 

Paper Slaug^ers. 

Beale J., 175 E. South. 
Brown James, 135 N. Alabama. 
Coen John, 107 S. Tennessee. 
Dain R. C. 

Patent Medicines. 

Acher Frank, 101 S. New Jersey. 
Frost J. M., 05 E. Washington. 

Patent Solicitors. 

Russell E. T., 19 S. Mississippi. 
Redstone J. H., S. Delaware, opp. 
Cin. R. R. office. 

Pbotograpliic Artists. 

{See Ariisi'i. Ambrotype, Photograph, 
and Daguerrean.) 

Pliysicians. 

Abbett Chas. H., 20 Virginia are. 
Abbett L., 20 Virginia ave. 
Athon Jas. S.. 82 N. New Jersey. 
B.ickesto J. P., 28 N. Illinois. 
Barnes H. F., Blake's Building. 
Barnitz J. W., 148 N. Illinois. 
Bell Miletus, 124 N. Delaware. 
Bobbs J. S., over Harrison's Bs.nk. 
Boyd J. T. (Homeopathic), 108 Ind. 

ave. 
Bradford A., Ohio House, Market. 
Bullard Talbot, 23 S. Meridian. 
BuUard Wm. B., 23 S. Meridian. 



Burnham N. 6. (Eclectic), 4 Yohn's 

Block. 
Bush Geo. B., 143 Virginia ave. 
Corliss C. (Homeo.), 7 E. Maryland. 
Dickson J. L. (Eclectic), 135 S. Ala. 
Dorsey N. J., 48 N. Pennsylvania. 
Dougherty L., California, bet. Wash. 

and Market. 
Dunlap Livingston, 12 Virginia ave. 
Ewing J. & D., 18 Virginia ave. 
Fahnestock S., Glenns' Block, res. 

71 N. Alabama. 
Fishback Chailes, 22 E. Market, res. 

48 E. New York. 
Funkhouser D.. (J. & F.,) 5 S. Mer. 
Gall A. D., 37 N. New Jersey. 
Gaston John M., 22 E. Market. 
Gustin L., cor. Louisiana & Georgia. 
Homburg, Ray's Buildiag. 
Jameson & Funklioiiser, 5 S. Mer. 
Keely Isaac I., (12 E. Michigan. 
Kendrick William H., 33 and 35 N. 

East. 
Kitchen J. M., S. W. cor. AVashing- 

ton and ^leridian. 
Klein Emil, 100 E. New York. 
Ludden B M., 14 N. Illinois. 
McCannS. D., 29 N. East. 
Mears G. W., 47 N. Meridian. 
Merrill John F., (Eclectic,) 150 W. 

Washington. 
Miller G. W., 158 N. Illinois. 
Musgrave P. D., N. Tennessee, bet. 

Fifth and SLxth. 
Newcomer F. S., 161 N. Illinois. 
Nofsinger William R., E. Indiana- 
polis. 
Parvin T., 69 N. Alabama. 
Prunk D. H., 40 Indiana ave. 
Rhoads J. M., 145 N. AVest. 
Rogers H., 14 E. Ohio. 
Rucker J. S., 58 V/. Vermont. 
Stedman E. P., 40 Mass ave. 
Ston.t 0. H., 101 N. Tennessee. 
Teal N., 5 Blake's Building. 
Thompson Mrs., 74 N. Illinois. 
Thompson W. C, Market, opp. P. 0. 
Wright Augustus S., (Homeo.,) 136 

N. Illinois. 
Wright M. H., cor. Meridian & Ohio. 

Piano Fortes. 

Ames James, 1 Blake's Row, up 

stairs. 
T: eyser G., manf 'r, 98 W. Maryland. 
Willard & Stowell, Bates House, W. 

Washington. 



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Piano Forte Tuners. 

Herring Philip, at Willard & Stow- 

ell's. 
Schonacker H. J., bds. at Spencer 

House. 

Planing- Mills. 

Byrkit & Beam, S. Tennessee. 
Hill G. W., cor. Enst and Georgia. 
Kreglo, Blake & Co., cor. Canal and 
W. New York. 

Ploiv makers. 

Beard, Starr & Co., 2 N. Tennessee. 
Wiggins & Chandler, 262 W. Wash. 

Plumbers. 

(See Gas Fitters.) 

PoYvder Ag-ents. 

Gallup W. P., 74 W. Washington, 
Hindo E., 155 E. Washington. 

Portrait Painters. 

Cox Jacob, Ray's Building. 
Dunlap James, 1313 E. Washington. 
Hays & Runnion, 32^ E. Wash. 

Printers) Book and Job. 

Cameron W. S., 8 Pearl. 

Dodd H. H. & Co., 18 E. Washington. 

Elder, Ilarkness & Bingham, S. Me- 
ridian, opp. old Post')ffice. 

Journal Company, Journal Build- 
ing. 

Printers^ Job* 

Capital Job Office, Wm. S. Cameron, 
8 Pearl. 

Cullum & Stanage, 19J W. Wash. 

Dodd H. H. &Co., 18 E.' Washington. 

Elder, Harkness & Bingham, 2 S. 
Meridian. 

Journal Company, Journal Build- 
ing. 

Landon & Hastings, 8 E. Wash. 

Pork Packers. 

McTaggart & Coffin, office cor. Wash- 
ington and Delaware. 
Mansur W. & I., 14 S. Meridian. 

Produce Dealers. 

Carlisle John & Son, Model Mills, 

E. Washington. 
Emmerich & Reese, 91 and 93 W. 

AVashington. 



Everson Geo. V. 

Hahn C. P., 41 N. Alabama. 

Rusch Fred. P., 81 and 83 W. Wash. 

Pump Makers. 

Childers J. P., rear German Catho- 
lic Church. 
Giel Conrad, 216 E. Washington. 
Basket Elijah, 26 Kentucky ave. 

Real Estate Agents. 

Barnitz & Murphy, 8 Temp. Hall. 

Boes Wm., 261 S. Pennsylvania. 

Eldridge Jacob, 13 S. Illinois. 

Ellsworth H., S. Meridian. 

Ferguson Kilby, 2^ W. Wash. 

Gatling R. J., Blackford's Building. 

Hamlin L. H. & C, 3d floor old Sen- 
tinel Buildings. 

McKernan & Pierce, 39J W. Wash. 

McMillin Samuel, 31 W. Wash. 

Phipps Isaac N., 28 E. Market. 

Smith Francis, 37 E. Washington. 

Spann & Love, S. W. cor. Washing- 
ton and Meridian. 

Stapp J. H., W. Washington. 

Todd & Lindenbower, 6 S. Penn. 

Waldo E. G. B., 38^ W. Wash. 

Wiley W. Y., 10 E.'Wasnington. 

Wright C. A., Temperance Hall. 

Restaurants. 

{See also Saloons.) 

Burt's, A. S. Burt, proprietor, 13 S. 
Illinois, (no liquors sold.) 

Rolling Mill. 

Indianapolis Rolling Mill, cor Mer- 
rill and Mississippi. 

Saddle and Harness Makers. 

Andra John, 171 E. Washington. 
Blair James, 198 W. Washington. 
Hereth J. C, 103 E. Washington. 
Hinesley A. J., 34 W. Washington. 
Nicolai C, 268 E. Washington. 
Simcox J. W., 138 N. East. 
Sulgrove J. B., 73 E. Washington. 
Sulgrove & Reynolds, 20 W. Wash. 

Saddlery Hardn^are* 

Hinesly A. J., 34 W. Washington. 
Mooneys S. & Co., 75 S. Meridian. 
Sulgrove J. B., 44 E. Washington. 
Sulgrove & Reynolds, 20 W. Wash. 



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Saloons. 

American, 25 S. Meridian. 

Asfor, Fey & Ramnion, 9 N. Penn. 

beck Ed., 44 W. Wasliington. 

iilnes N., 48 S. Delaware. 

Burk Eli, W. Indianapolis. 

iJurk George, 13 W. Wasliington. 

Burt's Resraurant, 13 S. Illinois. 

Bush & Hannum, 53 and 55 S. 111. 

Carroll's Saloon, 11 N. Illinois. 

Caylor Santford, 220 E. Washington. 

Central Restaurant, 6 W. Wash. 

City Saloon, 53 and 55 S. Illinois. 

Court House, cor. Wash, and Ala- 
bama, C. Monninger, proprietor. 

Crystal Palace, E. Beck, proprietor, 
44 W. Washington. 

Cummings James, 194 W. Wash. 

Dietz Adam, cor. Alabama and Fort 
Wayne ave. 

Dietz Davis, 78 and 380 W. Wash- 
ington. 

Doty & Lee, opp. State House. 

Eagle Saloon, 130 E. Washington. 

East Empire, C. Lauer, proprietor, 
1U2 E. Washington. 

Empire, R. Beebe, proprietor, 23 W. 
Washngton. 

Enrich & Schaffer, St. Nicholas Sa- 
loon, 7 N. Illinois. 

Exchange, C. W. Hall, pi-oprietor, 
N. Illinois. 

Faber August, 73 S. Illinois. 

Farmers', cor. Illinois and Georgia. 

Florence's, F. Richter, proprietor, 
13 N. Illinois. 

Frenzell J. P., Kansas saloon, 83 and 
85 S. Illinois. 

Happe George, 81 S. Meridian. 

Hofmeister Chris., 75 E. Wash. 

Hug Martin, 14 E. Washington. 

Johnson B. F.. 212 W. Washington. 

La Belle, D. Monninger, cor. Wash, 
and Kentucky ave. 

Lang Louis, '13 E. Washington. 

Little's Hotel, John Ledlie, prop'r. 

Magnolia, 9 S. Illinois, S. A. Flagg, 

proprietor. 
Matthes C, 163 E. Washington. 
Mason M., cor. Illinois & Louisiana. 
Miller Charles G., cor. Washington 

and East. 
Morris House, R. Beebe. 
National, 27 S. Meridian, G. Rho- 

dius, proprietor. 
Nebraska, Naltner & Naltner, pro- 
proitors, 14 Louisiana. 



Niggerman Frederick, 186 E. Wash- 
ington. 

Oi-iental, S. Illinois. 

Palmer House, R. Young, prop'r. 

Paris, Eugene Ranard, proprietor, 
E. Washington. 

Pearl Street, Thomas iNIcBaker, pro- 
prietor. 

Rennon J. B., 242 & 244 E. Wash- 
ington. 

St. Charles, 8G E. Washington, E. 
Haas, proprietors. 

St. Nicholas, 7 N. Illinois, Eurich & 
Schaifer, proprietor. 

State House, opp. State House, Doty 
& Lee, proprietors. 

Station House, opp. Union Depot, F. 
Scheer, proprietor. 

Telegraph Restaurant, 12 Louisiana, 
H. Walls, proprietor. 

Union Hall, 107, 109, 111 and 113 
E. Washington, M. Emmenegger. 

Union, M. Hunter, proprietor, 81 E. 
Washington. 

Verandah, opp. Union Depot, John 
Bussey, proprietor. 

Wright C, 138 E. Washington. 

Youngerman G., cor. Washington 
and Delaware. 

Salt Agency. 

Wasson J. H., N. W. cor. Washing- 
ton and Meridian, Ohio River Salt 
Company. 

Sastli) Doors and Blinds. 

Barr Jacob, 86 N. Alabama. 
Byrkit & Beam, 60 S. Tennessee. 
Kreglo, Blake & Co., cor. New York 
and Missouri. 

Satv Manufacturer. 

Atkins E. C, 155 S. Illinois. 
SsLW Mills. 

Hill G. W., cor. East and Georgia. 
Marsee J. R., near P. & I. Freight 

Depot. 
Wells William F., Massachusetts 

ave., near city line. 
Wishmire C. F., 189 N. Davidson. 

Scliools, Private. 

Bronson G. W., Fifth Ward School 
House. 

Carroll Miss Belle, Ohio, bet. Penn- 
sylvania and Delaware, under As- 
sociate Reformed Church. 



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Many Gerrad, (French school) 69 N. 
Noble. 

Scales and Safes. 

Gallup W. P. and E. P., 74 W. Wash. 
Seal and Press Makers. 

Ballard Austin, •") Circle. 

Seed. Stores. 

{See Agricultural.) 



Se-cving JTIacIiines. 



Straw Goods. 

{See Millinery.) 
Sug^ar JXIills. 
{See AgricvUure.) 

Surveyors. 

Hosbrook D. B., 108 N. Mississippi. 
Wilson L. B., 63 W. Maryland. 
Wood James, 3 Blake's Buildinsr. 



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Tanners. 

I Fishback John, 30 S. Meridian. 

T> 1 T T TT 1 \- 1 ' i Sharpe J. K., 90 E. Wa&hino-tou. 
rover & Baker, J. J. Harlan, 1 ohn s I -, ,' ., ^ ' 1,7 ,• '^ , 

1, ■, ,. ' I lanues & Co., cor. >V ashington and 

Building. ' n t 

Singer I. .M. & Co., J. F. Elliott, 3 Benton. 

Odd Fellows' Hall, E. Wash. Tea Sealers 

Wheeler & Wilson, C. C. Claflin, 19 

W. Wash. 
Williams & Orvis, N. D. Ruckle, 



Donaldson C. S., 71 W. Washington. 
Daggett W., 2;^ S. Meridian, 
agent, E. Market, opp. Post Office! i Ludden & Lee, 14 N. Illinois, Bates 

' House. 
Muir James, 33 W. Market. 

Telegrrapli Office. 

1 N. Meridian. 

Tin Plate & Tinners' Tools. 

(See Hardware and Copper stniths) 



Sliinglc Manufacturers. 

Redstone Bros. & Co., S. Delaware. 
Reynolds & Graham, E. Wash, near 
Noble. 

Silver Snii^ilis. 

{See Watchmakers and Jewelry.) 

Stair Builders. 

Chester A. A., Duncan bet. Del. and 
Alabama. 

Muller John A. D., East bet. Chest- 
nut aiid Cherry. 

Stereotype Foundry. 

Fleming G. H. & Co., \^ E. Wash. 
Stock Brokers. 

{See Brokers, Bill and Kote.) 
Stone Yard. 

{See Building Stone.) 

Stoves and Tinivare. 

Cox Charles, 11 AV. Washington. 

Fran kern I. L., 49 & 51 E. Wash. 

Goldsberry L. D., 182 E. Wash. 

McOuat R. L. & A. W., 69 W. Wash. 

Munson & Johnson, 62 E. Wash. 

Pottage Benjamin, 76 W. Wash. 

Root, Bennett & Co., 66 E. Wash. 

Voegtle. Jacob, 177 E. Washington.! Munsel & Son, Wabash, bet. Liberty 

Wain Wright S., 11 S. Illinois. and Noble. 

Wood A. D., 71 E. Washington. I Richmanu & Buchanan, 111 E.Wash. 



Trunk and Valise Manufac- 
turers. 

Becker H., 30 W. Washington. 
Sulgrove & Reynolds, 20 W. W'ash. 

Umbrella Makers. 

IMayer John F., 60 E. Wa.shington. 
Meyer IMartin, 133 E. Washington. 

TJnder takers. 

Gruenstein Geo., 114 E. Market. 
Long Matthew, 28 S. Meridian. 
Weaver & Williams, 72 W. Wash. 

Veterinary Surgeons. 

Blauvelt Daniel, 23 S. Delnware. 
Ellerby J., 10 N. Peunsylvania. 

Vineg'ar Manufacturers. 

Pretzinger Jacob. 256 E. Wash. 
Schofield T. B. & Co., 49 South. 

Vfagon Manufacturers. 

Bristor S. 'SI., Kentucky ave. 
Bu)-k Eli, W. Indianapolis. 



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Vanblaricum J., 177 W. Washington 
Wheeling C, 156 S. Delaware. 

Wall Paper and Window 
Sbades. 

Bowen, Stewart & Co., 18 W. Wash. 
Roll W. H., 16 S. Illinois. 
Werden & Co., 26 E. Washington. 

W^atches and Jew^elry. 

Beck John A., Odd Fellows' Hall. 
Bell A., 37 W. Washington. 
Bingham W. P. & Co., 20 E. Wash. 
Craft W. H., 2 Odd Fellows' Hall. 
Daumont S. H., 9 S. Meridian. 
Decker J. B., 184 E. Washington. 
Feller George, 67 W. Washington. 
French Charles G., 37 W. Wash, 
Ferguson C. A., 7 W. Washington. 
Gridley F., Bates House, Wash. 
McLene J., 1 Bates House. 
Oihler Andrew, 17 Kentucky ave. 
Rech M., 80 W. Washington. 
Talbott W. H. & Co., 24 E. Wash. 
Walk Julius, Spencer House. 
Woltze W. E., 104 E. Washington. 

W^atcb Material. 

Bingham W. P. & Co., 20 E. Wash. 
Talbott W. H. & Co., 24 E. Wash. 

W^liip Manufactory. 

Holdskom C, 20 W. Washington. 
W^lnes and Liquors* 



Brinkmeyer J. C. 
Washington. 



«fe Co., 82 W. 



Hug Martin, 140 W. Washington. 
Middlemas D. C, 196 W. Wash. 
Muller John, 212 E. Washington. 
Pierson W. W., 180 E. AVashington. 
Pretzinger Jacob, 256 E. Wash. 
Rosenthal A., opp. Union Depot. 
Ruschaupt & Bals, 82 E. Wash. 
Ryan T. F., 73 S. Meridian. 
SchnuU A. &H., 81 and 83 E. Wash. 
Simpson M, & R., cor. South and 

Delaware. 
Volmer C, 67 W. Washington. 

W^ood and Willoiv w^aro. 

Baldwin J, H., 8 E. Washington. 
Klotz Emil, 37 E. Washington. 
Mayer Charles, 29 W. Washington. 

"Wood Dealers. 

Johnson C. R., Ohio House. 
Keating L. M., 20 Elm. 
Rosmyre C, 65 Hosbrook. 

Woolen Factories. 

Hoosier, G. W. Geisendorff & Co., 
prop'rs, W. Wash., near bridge. 

Ohio Premium, Merritt & Coughlen, 
proprietors, W. Washington. 

Wadsworth William, E. Wash. 

Yankee Notions and Toys. 

Baldwin J. H., 6 E. Washington. 
Crossland J. A., 75 W. Washington. 
Klotz Emil, 37 E. Washington. 
Mayer Charles, 29 AV. Washington. 



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STREET DIRECTORY. 



The leading Streets are named East, West, North and South, taking Merid- 
ian Street for one basis, and Washington for the other. The 
Streets printed in Capitals are the most im- 
portant ones in the City. 



Agnes, N. and S., N. W. of City. 

ALABAMA, N. and S., three blocks E. of Circle. 

Ann, from Rolling Mill to McCar*y. 

Arch, from Jackson to Noble, N. E. of city. 

Arironia, S. of Utah. 

Ash, N. of Car Works, N. E. of city. 

Athon, from Rhode Island to Indiana ave. 

Barnhill, from North to Davis. 

Bates, from Noble to eastern limits, S. of city. 

Benton, from Harrison to Central Track, E. of Noble. 

Bicking, from Delaware to East, S. of city. 

Blackford, from New York to North, three blocks W. of Canal. 

Blake, N. and S., from Washington to Indiana ave., near W. limits. 

Bright, from New York to North, N. AV. of city. 

Broadway, N. of Car Works, N. E. of city. 

Buchanan, S. E. of city, 3 blocks N. of Morris. 

Cady, from Harrison to Central Track, E. of Benton. 

California, from New York to North, two blocks W. of Canal. 

Catharine, from West to Canal, S. of Merrill. 

Cedar, Fletcher's Addition, S. E. of city. 

Center from Dunlop to Ellen, N. W. of city. 

Charles, from St. Clair to Peru track. 

Chatham, from Massachusetts ave. to St. Clair, E. of East. 

Cherry, from Fort Wayne ave. to Ash, negir Northern boundary. 

Christian ave., 1 block N. of city limits. 

Coburn, S. E. of city, 1 block N. of Morris. 

Coe, from Fall Creek to Hiawatha, N. E. 

Cottrell, from Georgia to Louisiana, W. of Canal, S. W. 

Cross, from Peru Track to City line, N. E. 

Curve, from Bellefontaine Car Works, N. E. to city limits. 

Dacota, from White River to Morris, W. of West. 

Davidson, N. and S., E. of Railroad. 

Davis, from N. W. city line to Fall Creek. 

DELAWARE, N. and S., two blocks E. of Circle. 

Douglass, from New York to Michigan, N. W. of city. 

Dougherty, S. E. of city, 2 blocks N. of Morris. 

Duncan, from Delaware to New Jersey, continuation of Garden. 

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Dunlop, from Madison ave. 3 blocks S. of Morris, 

East, N. and S., five blocks E. of Circle. 

East Second, W. of city line. 

Elizabeth, from Indiana ave. to Blake, N. W. of city. 

Elk, Fletcher's Addition, S. E. of city. 

Ellen, from North to Indiana ave. 

Ellis, from Maryland S. W. of West. 

Elm, from Noble S. E. of Fletcher's Addition. 

First, Northern city boundary. 

Fifth, five blocks N. of city limits. 

Fletcher's Avenue, Fletcher's addition, S. E. of city. 

Forest ave., Fletcher's Addition, S. E. of city. 

Forest Home ave., S. of N. W. C. University. 

FORT WAYNE AVENUE, from North running N. E. to city limiti. 

Fourth, four blocks N. of city limits. 

Franklin, from Morris S. two blocks, E. of Madison ave. 

Garden, from Canal to Delaware, six blocks S. of Circle. 

George, from Merrill to Garden, W. of Illinois. 

GEORGIA, E. and W., three blocks S. of Circle. 

Greer, between McCarty and Virginia ave. 

Grove, from Virginia ave. to city line. 

Harris, N. and S., N. W. of city. 

Harrison, from Noble to Eastern limits, S. of Ind. & C. K. R. 

Henry, from Canal to Mississippi, S. of South. 

Hiawatha, N. and S. W. of City Hospital. 

High, from McCarty S., E. of Delaware. 

Hosbrook, Fletcher's Addition, S. E. of city. 

Howard North, from First to Seventh, W. of Lafayette Railroad. 

Howard South, from Morris S. E. of Madison ave. 

Huron, Fletcher's Addition, S. E. of city, 

ILLINOIS, N. and S., one block W. of Circle. 

INDIANA AVENUE, N. W. Diagonal. 

Jackson, N. of Car Works, N. E. of city. 

James, N. W. of city. 

Japan, from Morris S. 3 blocks E. of Madison ave. 

John, from Peru track to city limits. 

Kansas, from BluiF Road to AVest, S. of city line. 

KENTUCKY AVENUE, S. W. Diagonal. 

Liberty, N. and S., six blocks E. of Circle. 

Locke, from North to Indiana ave. 

Lord, from Noble to Eastern limits, S. of I. and C. R. R. 

LOUISIANA, E. and W., four blocks S. of Ci'i cle. 

Loukabee, from East to Liberty, bet. Vermont and New York. 

McCarty, from River to Virginia ave,, S. of city. 

McGill, from Louisiana to South, W. of Mississippi. 

McKernan, from Buchanan to Morris, 3 blocks E. of East. 

Madison ave., from South to city line, S. E. Diagonal. 

Margaret, S. side of City Hospital. 

Maria, from Smith to Locke. 

MARKET, E. and W., through Circle. 

MARYLAND, E. and W., two blocks S. of Circle. 

MASSACHUSETTS AVENUE, N. E. Diagonal. 

Maxwell, from North to Davis. 

Meek, from Noble to Eastern limits, S. of Indiana Central R. R. 

MERIDIAN, N. and S., through Circle. 

Merrill, from Kentucky ave. to Virginia ave., seven blocks S. of Circle. 

MICHIGAN, E. and W., four blocks N. of Circle. 



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MICHIGAN ROAD, N. E. and S. W., through the city. 
Mill, from Fifth to Seventh, AV. of Howard. 
Minerva, N. and S., N. W. of city. 
Minnesota, W. of Canal from Morris, S. 
MISSISSIPPI, N. and S., three blocks W. of Circle. 
MISSOURI, N. and S., along Canal. 
Morris, Southern boundary line. 
Nebraska, from Madison ave. 4 blocks S. of Morris. 
NEW JERSEY, N. and S., four blocks E. of Circle. 
NEW YORK, E. and W., two blocks N. of Circle. 
Noble, N. and S., seven blocks E. of Circle. 
North ave., N. of N. W. C. University. 
NORTH, E. and W., five blocks N. of Circle. 
Oak, N. of Car Works, N. E. of city. 
OHIO, E. and W., one block N. of Circle. 

Orient, from Pennsylvania to Fort Wayne ave., S. of St. Joseph. 
Oxford, from Peru Track to'city line. 
Patterson, N. and S., N. W. of city. 
PENNSYLVANIA, N. and S., one block E. of Circle. 
Pine, Fletcher's Addition, S. E. of city. 
Pittsfield, continuation of Mill to Lafayette Railroad Trark. 
Plum, N. of Car Works, N. E. of city. 
Pow«ll, from Michigan to North. 

Pratt, from Illinois to Fort Wayne ave., N. of Blind Asylum. 
Railroad Avenue, N. and S., between Pennsylvania and S. Delaware. 
Railroad Street, N. and S., along Bellefontaine R. R. track. 
Ray, from Canal to Railroad, S. of city. 
Rhode Island, from Blake to Western limits, N. of city. 
St. Clair, from Indiana ave. to Massachusetts ave., N. of Blind Asylum. 
St. Joseph, from Illinois to Fort Wayne ave., N. of Blind Asylum. 
St. Mary, E. from Jleridian, Northern city boundary. 
School, from South to Virginia ave., W. of Noble. 
Second, two blocks N, of city limits. 
^Seventh, seven blocks N. of city limits. 
Short, from Morris to Dougherty, W. of Virginia ave. 
Sinker, from Alabam to New Jersey. 
Sixth, six blocks N. of city limits. 
Smith, from Rhode Island to Indiana ave. 
SOUTH, E. and W., five blocks S. of Circle. 
TENNESSEE, N. and S., two blocks W. of Circle. 
Texas, from Madison ave. W. 6 blocks, S. of Morris. 
Third, three blocks N. of city limits. 
VERMONT, E. and W., three blocks N. of Circle. 
Vine, from Jackson to Ash, N. E. of city. 
VIRGINIA AVENUE, S. E. Diagonal. 
Union, from McCarty to Morris, E. of Bluff Road. 
University arve., E. of N. W. C. University. 
Utah, S. of Wisconsin. 

Walnut, from Canal to Massachusetts ave., N. of Blind Asylum. 
WASHINGTON, E, and AV., one block S. of Circle. 
Watters, from McCarty to Virginia ave. 
WEST, N. and S., one block W. of Canal. 
Western ave., continuation of Fort AVayne ave. 
AVilkins, from Canal to Railroad, S. of city. 
Willard, from Garden to Merrill, AV. of Tennossee. 
AA'illiams, between McCarty and Virginia ave. 
AA'ilson, from North to Davis. 



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Winston, N. and S., near Eastern limits. 

Wisconsin, from Bluflf Road to River, S. of Kansas. 

Wright, from Buchanan to Morris, 2 blocks E. of East. 

Wyandot. 

Wyoming, from Delaware to High, S. of city. 



L. B. WILIilAMSON. 



E. HADGH" 



WILLIAMSON & HAUGH, 

Manufacturers of 

WROUGHT AND CAST IRON RAILING, 

Verandahs, Bank Vaults, Iron Shutters, Iron Stairs, plain and ornamen- 
tal. Builders of E. May's Patent Iron Jail. Also, manufacturers of 

WHEELER'S PATENT WATER DRAWER. 

NO. 2 n, DELAWARE ST., IRIOtANAPOLtS. 

N. B. Bolts of all sizes made to order. 



GEO. 'W. PITTS, 

Wholesale and Retail 




Office and residence No. 78 Indiana Avenne, 
INDIANAPOLIS. 



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APPENDIX. 



CITY GOVERNMENT. 

Annual Election Second Tuesday in May; Council meets every 
OTUEB Saturday night. 



CITY OFFICERS FOR 1862. 

Mayor— S. D. MAXWELL. 

Treasurer— J OSEVR K. ENGLISH. 

Clerk— JOim G. WATERS. 

Marshal— DAY ID W. LOUCKS. 

Depiiii/ 3Iarshal—J0nN UMBERSAW. 

City Engineer— JAMES WOOD, SR. 

Assistant Engineer— J AMES WOOD, JR. 

Street Commissioner— 3 ORN A. COLESTOCK, 

Market J/as/er— THOMAS J. FOOS. 

Assessor— .TORN B. STUMPH. 

City Attorney— J AMES M. SWEETSER. 

COUNCILMEN. 

First Ward — Sims A. Colley ; Samuel M. Sibert. 
Second Ward — T. P. Haughey ; Andrew Wallace. 
Third Ward — W. Clinton Thompson ; iVacancy. 
Fourth Ward — George W. Geisendorff; John Blake. 
Fifth Ward—E. H. L. Kuhlman; ^Stephen McNabb. 
Sixth Ward — Austin H. Brown ; Alex. Metzgei*. 
Seventh Ward — S. A. Fletcher, Jr.; Charles Richmann. 
Eigth Ward — Jas. M. Buchanan; Hiram N. Wright. 
Ninth Ward — Henry Geisel; Christ. F. Wishmeyer. 

WATCHMEN. 

Chief of Police, T. A. Ramsey. 
First Ward, Thomas D. Amos; George Taffe. 
Second Ward, John S. Bray ; Haldin Davis. 
Third Ward, Hannibal Taffe; Charles E. Carter. 
Fourth Ward, James P. Catterson; Wm. H. Fitch. 



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Fifih Ward, Michaiel Gallivan ; Fred. Scheigert. 
Sixth Ward, Henry Paul ; John S. Russell. 
Seventh Ward, A. E. Catter8on ; H. S. Adams. 

Sealer of Weights and 3Ieasuret, James Loucks. 

Keeper of Cemetery, James W, Aired. 



INDIANAPOLIS STEAM PAID FIRE DEPARTNENT. 

Chief Fire Engineer, Joseph W. Davis. 
STEAM COMPANY No. 1, Located on Washington street. 

Engineer, Frank Glazier, I Driver of Engine Team, Aug. Nagle. 

Fireman, John M. Davis. | Driver of Hose, Charles Rhoads. 

Hosemen, George Webster, Leonard Gay, Eli Thompson, I>anl. Lockd. 

Company No. 1 have four horses. 

STEAM COMPANY No. 2, Located on corner of Massachusetts Avenue. 

Engineer, Charles E. Curtis. I Driver of Engine, Lafe Doughty. 

Fireman, E. H. Webster. | Driver of Hou, Abe Smock. 

Ilosemen, Chas. Anderson, Fred. Heinebaugh, Jas. Pierce, Geo. Williams. 

Company No. 2 have five horses. 

STEAM COMPANY No. 3, Located on South street, between Delaware 
and Alabama streets. 

Engineer, Daniel Glazier. | Driver of Engine, J. Calahan. 

Fireman, Ralph Hunter. | Driver of Hose, Samuel Blythe. 

Hosemen, Henry Busher, Columbus Gray, Casper Freshour, J. Redman. 

Company No. 3 have three horses. 

HOOK AND LADDER COMPANY, Located on New Jersey street, north 
of Washington. 

Driver, Henry Kincil. 



SCHOOL TRUSTEES. 

First Ward, Oscar H. Kendricks. I Fijth Ward, James Sulgrove. 

Second Ward, D. V. Culley. j Sixth Ward, Louis W. Ilasselman. 
Third Ward, James Green. Seventh Ward, vacant. 

Fourth Ward, Dr. Elliott. | 



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CENTER TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Constables, Michael Scudder, Jeptha Bradley, W. Woolen. 
Torcnship Trustee, James Turner. 



MARION COUNTY OFFICERS. 



Judge of Common Pleas Court, Chas. 

Ray. 
Clerk of Circuit and Common Pleas 

Court, William Wallace. 
Sheriff, Wm. J. Wallace. 



Recorder, Alex. G. Wallace. 
Treasurer, John L. Brown. 
Auditor, Jacob T. Wright. 
Coroner, Garrison W. Aired. 
Surveyor, Oliver W. Voorhies. 



COURTS. 

UNITED STATES CIRCUIT COURT. 

Held at the U. S. Court-room, Post Office Building, on the third Mondays 
of November and May in each year. 

Circuit Judge, Swan. Circuit Clerk, John H. Rea. 

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT. 

Held at the U. S. Court-room, Post Office Building, on the third Mondays 

of November and May of each year. Clerk's office at the 

State Bank Building. 

District Judge, Elisha M. Huntington, District Clerk, John H. Rea, 

District Attorney, John Hannah. 

UNITED STATES MARSHALS. 

Marshal, D. G. Rose. 

Deputy Marshals, I. S. Bigelow, A. M. Ruter. 

SUPRE.ME COURT OF INDIANA. 

Court meets in State House faurth Mondays in May and November. 
Judges — Andrew Davidson, J. L. Wordeu, James M. Hanna, Samuel E. 
Perkins. 
Clerk, John P. Jones. Sheriff, Henry H. Nelson. 

COURTS OF MARION COUNTY. 
MARION CIRCUIT COURT. 

Meets at Court House, Indianapolis, fourth Mondays in March and Sep 

tember. 



Clerk. 



Judge Fifth Judicial Circuit, Fabius M. Finch. 4 
, William Wallace. Sheriff, William J. WalTace. 



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MARION COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. 

Judge, Charles A. Ray. 

Clerk, William Wallace. Sheriff, William J. Wallace. 



POST OFFICE. 

In new Government Building, S. E. cor. Pennsylvania and Market streets. 

Postmaster, A. H. Conner. 

Clerks, E. A. Elder, William H. Campbell, John Fish, John F. 
AVood, George W. Joseph, Jas. B. Hill, David W. Barnitt, 
John A. Buchanan, D. J. Charles, Jas. A. Russell, John 
Farrell, Charles Knefler, George M. Sweetser, Joseph F. 
Dougherty. Benton C. Vandegrift, George G. McChesny, 
John F. Owings, John S. Duncan, Samuel E. Frazee. 

Porters, Jacob Reinacher and Maurice Healey. 



MASONIC ORDERS. 
GRAND COMMANDERY OF KNIGHTS TEMPLAR. 

The next annual conclave of the Grand Commandery of Knights Tem- 
plar of the State of Indiana, will be held at Fort Wayne, on the first 
Tuesday in April, 1862. 

Grand Officers. 

. Sir Solomon D. Bayless, of Fort Wayne, R. E. Grand Commander. 
Sir Rev. John W. Sullivan, of Jeffersonville, V. E. D. G. Commander. 
Sir John A. Hutton, of New Albany, Grand Generalissimo. 
Sir Harvey G. Hazlerigg, of Thorntown, Grand Captain General. 
Sir Rev. Thomas R. Austin, of New Albany, Grand Prelate. 
Sir Henry C. Lawrence, of Lafayette, Gi-and Senior Warden. 
Sir Samuel McElfatrick, of Fort Wayne, Grand Junior AVarden. 
Sir Charles Fisher, of Indianapolis, Grand Treasurer. 
Sir Francis King, of Indianapolis, Grand Recorder. 
Sir Wm. Hacker, of Shelbyville, Grand Standard Bearer. 
Sir Joseph Johnson, of Fort Wayne, Grand Sword Bearer. 
Sir Wm. M. Smith, of Connersville, Grand Warden. 
Sir Henry Colestock, of Indianapolis, Grand Captain Guard. 

GRAND COUNCIL OF ROYAL AND SELECT MASTERS. 

The Grand Council of Royal and Select Masters of the State of Indi- 
ana will^hold the next annual communication at Lafayette, at 9 o'clock 
A. M., op\h^ Tuesday before the fourth Monday of May, 1862. 

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Grand Officers. 

Comp. Wm. Hacker, of Shelbyville, M. Puissant Gr. Master. 
Comp. Thomas Pattison, of Aurora, D. Puissant Gr. Master. 
Comp. Thomas R. Austin, of New Albany, T. 111. Gr. Master. 
Comp. Chauncey Carter, of Logansport, Gr. P. C. of Work. 
Comp. Henry Goodlander, of Connersville, Gr. Capt. Guards. 
Comp. Charles Fisher, of Indianapolis, Grand Treasurer. 
Comp. Francis King, of Indianapolis, Grand Recorder. 
Comp. Rev. Franklin A. Hardin, of Newcastle, Gr. Chaplain. 
Comp. Henry Colestock, of Indianapolis, Gr. S. and Sentinel. 

GRAND CHAPTER OF THE STATE OF INDIANA. 

The Grand Royal Arch Chapter of the State of Indiana will hold its 
next annual comnuinication at Lafayette, at 2 o'clock P. M., on the Tues- 
day before the fourth Monday of May, 18G2. 

GR.4.ND Officers. 

Comp. George W. Porter of New Albany, M. E. Gr. High Priest. 
Comp. John Taylor, of Lafayette, E. D. Grand High Priest. 
Comp. Erastus W. H. Ellis, of Goshen, E. Grand King. 
Comp. Philip Mason, of Connersville, E. Grand Scribe. 
Comp. Joseph Johnson, of Fort Wayne, Grand Capt. of Host. 
Comp. Henry Goodlander, of Connersville, Grand R. A. Capt. 
Comp. Rev. Franklin A. Harding, of Newcastle, Gr. Chaplain. 
Comp. Charles Fisher, of Innianapolis, Grand Treasurer. 
Comp. Francis King, of Indianapolis, Grand Secretary. 
Comp. Henry Colestock, of Indianapolis, Grand Guard. 

GRAND LODGE OF THE STATE OF INDIANA. 

The Grand Lodge of Indiana holds its annual communication at the 
Masonic Hall, in" the city of Indianapolis, at 2 o'clock P. M., on the 
fourth Monday of May, 18G2. 

Grand Officers. 

M. W. Thomas R. Austin, of New Albany, Grand Master. 
R. W. John B. F ravel, of Laporte, D. G. Master. 
R. W. Eleazer Malone, of Centerville, G. S. Warden. 
R. AV. Henry D. Washburn, of Newport, G. J. Warden. 
R. W. Charles Fisher, of Indianapolis, Gr. Treasurer. 
R. W. Francis King, of Indianapolis, Gr. Secretary. 
Bro. Rev. John Leach, of Laporte, Gr. Chaplain. 
Bro. Thomas Carnahan, of Lafayette, Gr. Lecturer. 
Bro. Wm. Hacker, of Shelbyville, Gr. Marshal. 
Bro. Wui. J. AVillard, jun., of Millersville, G. S. Deacon. 
Bro. Wm. W. Clinedenst, of Centreville, G. J. Deacon. 
Bio. Henry Colestock, of Indianapolis, G. Tyler. 

PAPER COMMANDERY, No. 1. 

Chartered 1850. Stated meetings fourth Wednesday of each month. 



Sir Ephraim Colestock, G. C. 
Sir John M. Bramwell, G. 
Sir Wm. H. Lingenfelter, C. G. 



Sir Samuel Campbell, T. 
Sir Charles Fisher, R. 
Sir Levi Gustin, St. B. 



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Sir Thomas H. Lynch, P. 
Sir Francis King, S. W. 
Sir Wm. J. Millard, J. W. 


Sir C. F. Brown, Sw'd B. 
Sir Calvin Fletcher, jr., W. 
Sir Henry Colestock, S, 


COUNCIL. 


Indianapolis Council, No. 2, at Indiaaapolis. 


Meets first Monday in each month. 


John M. Bramwell, I. I. L. L. Samuel Campbell, T. 
Israel Conklin, A. I. I. L. L. Charles Fisher, R. 
Geo. W. 11. Riley, P. C. W. Henry Colestock, S. ' 
Francis King, C. G. 


CHAPTER. 


Indianapolis Chapter, No. 5, at Indianapolis. 


Meets first Friday of each month. 


John M. Bramwell, H. P. 
Ephraira Colestock, K. 
Samuel Campbell, S. 
Francis King, C. H. 
Israel Conklin, P. S. 
Roger Parry, R. A. C. 


James H. Seybold, G. M. 3d V. 
Joseph R. Haugh, G. M. 2d V. 
, G. M. 3d V. 

James Siilgrove, T. 
Charles Fislier, S. 
Henry Colestock, G. 


MARION LODGE, No. 35. 


Chartered 18o3. Meets at Masonic Hall, third Wednesday in each month. 


John M. Bramwell, W. M. Francis King, S. 
Wilson S. Wolf, S. W. Roger Parry, S. D. 
Ebenezer Sharpe, J. W. William R. Foster, J. D. 
Joseph R. Haugh, T. Henry Colestock, T. 


CONCORDIA LODGE, No. 178. 


Chartered May, 1855. Meets at Masonic Hall the second Wednesday 
in each month. 


Officers. 


Geo. F. Meyer, AV. M. Charles Lauer, T. 
Frank Damme, S. W. Christ. Meyer, S. D. 

Bernhauer, J. W. , J. D. 

August Braininger^ 3, ] 

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CENTER LODGE, No. 23. , 


Chartered 184C. Meets at Masonic Hall first AVednesday of each month. 


Aaron D. Ohr, W. M. Charles Fisher, S. 
John M. Kerper, S. W. Charles E. Holland, S-. D. 
W. T. Clark, J. W. Peter H. D. Bandey, J. D. 
Isaac H. Roll, T. Henry Colestock, T. 



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INDEPENDENT ORDER OF ODD FELLOWS. 

R. W. G. ENCAMPMENT, I. 0. 0. F., OF INDIANA, 

Was instituted on the 10th of December, 1847, and convenes at Odd 
Fellows' Hall, Indianapolis, on the third Monday preceding the third 
Tuesday of Alay and November of each year. 

Officers. 

L. M. Campbell, M. W. G. Patriarch, Danville. 
J. A. Moorman, M. E, G. High Priest, Winchester. 
F. R. A. Jeter, R. W. G. Senior Warden, Brook ville. 

B. W. Smith, R. W. G. Junior Warden, North Madison. 
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, D. G. Sentinel, Indianapolis. 
T. B. Mccarty, | ^ f Wabash. 

J.T.Sanders, J ^ ' (^ JeffersonviUe. 

R. S. C. Maccoun, Alt. G. Rep. G. L. U. S., Danville. 

C. W. Elmore, Alt. G. Rep. G. L, U. S., Crawfordsville. 

GRAND LODGE OF INDIANA. 

The R. W. Grand Lodge of I. 0. 0. F. of Indiana, was instituted on 
the 14th of August, 1837, and convenes at Odd Fellows' Hall, Indianap- 
olis, on the third Tuesday of May and November of each year. 

Officers. 

W. H. Dixon, M. W. Grand Master, Jeffersonville. 

T. W. Watkins, R. W. D. Grand Master, Terre Haute. 

Dennis Gregg, R. W. Grand Warden, New Albany. 

E. H. Barry, R. W. Grand Secretary, Indianapolis. 

T. P. Haughey, R. W. Grand Treasurer, Indianapolis. 

Thomas Underwood, G. Rep. G. L. U. S., Lafayette. 

James E. Blythe, G. Rep. G. L. U. S., Lafayette. 

James Burgess, Alt. G. Rep. G. L. U. S., Danville. 

J. Y. Allison, Alt. G Rep. G. L. U. S., Madison. 

Rev. T. G. Beharrell, R. W. Grand Chaplain, Moore's Hill. 

W. C. Lupton, R. W. Grand Marshal, Indianapolis. 

R. L. Higginbotham, R. W. Grand Conductor, Delphi. 

G. A. Milnes, Grand Sentinel, Crooked Creek. 

S. Frazier, Grand Herald, Greenwood. 

METROPOLITAN ENCAMPMENT, No. 5. 

Meets first and third Mondays of each month. 

Chief Patriarch, Levi Marshall. I Scribe, Thomas Farley. 

High Priest, John G. Pendergast. | Per. Scribe, John G. Waters. 

Senior Warden, Joseph Kingham. I Treasurer, H. A. Fletcher. 

Junior Warden, Thomas Kelley. | 

MARION ENCAMPMENT, No. 35. 
Meets second and fourth Mondays of each month. 
Chief Patriarch, W. J. Fisher. [ Scribe, R. H. Stokes. 



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High Priest, David Mathias. | Per. Scribe, . 

Senior Warden, W. P. Noble. I Treasurer, J. B. Root. 

Junior Warden, H. E. P. Talbott. | 

TEUTONIA ENCAMPMENT No. 57. 

Meets second and fourth Fridays of each month. 

Chief Patriarch, Chas. Richmann. I Scribe, G. Stous. 

High Priest, Christian Off. | Per. Scribe, . 

Senior Warden, Joseph Staub. Treasurer, Ernest Despa. 

Junior Warden, Wm. Langenberg. j ~ _ 

CENTRE LODGE, No. 18. 

Meets every Tuesday evening, 

John G. Pendergast, N. G. I H. A. Fletcher, T. 

Henry Allen, V. G. | A. W. Fuqua, "j 
Thomas Farley, R. S. W. H. Jones, [-Trustees. 

John G. Waters, P. S. | H. A. Fletcher, J 

PHILOXENIAN LODGE, No. 44. 
Meets every Wednesday evening. 

Joseph Staub, N. G. I Joseph R, Hough, T. 

Daniel G. Gilmore, V. G. | George D. Staats, 1 
David Anderson, R. S. Andrew Wallace, |- Trustees. 

Joseph S. Watson, P. S. [ Thomas J. Vater, J 



CAPITAL LODGE, No. 124. 



W. R. Wright, N. G. 
W. H. Weeks, V. G. 
J. B. Root, R. S. 



Meets every Friday evening. 

John F. Wallick, P. S. 
A. J. Hincsley, T. 

GERMANIA LODGE, No. 129. 

Meets every Thursday evening. 

Frederick Rushschaupt, N. G. I John C. Brinkmeyer, Treas. 

Christian Karle, V. G. | Charles Richmond, \ 
John Kistner, Sec. Alexander Metzger, > Trustees. 

Tobias Bender, Per. Sec. | John B. Stumph, . J 



INDIANAPOLIS ROLLING MILL COMPANY. 

Officers. 

President and Superintendent, John M, Lord. 
Treasurer, Aquilla Jones. 
Secretary, C. B. Parkman. 
Manager, John Thomas. 
Directors, John M. Lord, James Blake, John Thomas, Aquilla Jones. 
Weight Master and Shipping Clerk, James R. Blake. 

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INDIANAPOLIS GAS LIGHT AND COKE COMPANY. 

Officers. 

President, D. S. Beaty. 

Secretary and Collector, Lem Vanlanningham. 
Directors, D. S. Beaty, E. Peck, D. V. Cuily, S. A. Fletcher, I, Mansur. 



BANKS. 
BANK OF THE STATE OF INDIANA. 
OflBce cor. Illinois and Kentucky ave. Capital paid in, about $3,100,000. 
President, Hugh McCullough. Cashier, James M. Ray. 

BRANCH OF THE BANK OF THE STATE OF INDIANA. 
Office N. E. cor. Meridian and East Washington. Capital $225,000. 
President, George Tousey. Cashier, David E. Snyder. 

BANKERS. 
INDIANAPOLIS BRANCH BANKING COMPANY. 
Corner Pennsylvania and Washington. 
President, C. Fletcher. Cashier, Thomas H. Sharp. 

S. A. FLETCHER. 
No. 30 East Washington. Open from 8 A. M. until 4 P. M. 

A. & J. C. S. HARRISON. 
19 East Washingson. 



EDUCATIONAL. 

McLEAN FEMALE INSTITUTE. 

Rev. Charles Sturdevant, A. M., President. 

Charles N. Todd, A. M., Professor of Chemistry, Greek and Latin. 

Mons. Gerard Many, Professor of French Language. 

Miss Sturm, Teacher of German Language. 

Mrs. Sarah Starling, Teacher of Drawing and of Painting in Oil and 
Water Colors. 

Miss E. J. Gildersleeve, Miss M. Elmina Jewel, Miss M. Helen Whiting, 
and Miss Mary Warsdell, Teachers of General Literature in the Eng- 
lish Department. 

Professor Charles Brummer and Miss Clara M. Sturdevant, Teachers of 
Vocal and Instrumental Music. 

James Anderson, Stewart. 

Mrs. H. Anderson, Housekeeper. 



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NORTH-WESTERN CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY. 

A. R. Benton, A. M., President, Professor of Ethics and Greek. 

G. W. Hoss, A. M., Professor Mathematics. 

S. K. Hoshour, A. M., Professor Latin and Modern Languages. 

R. T. Brown, M. D., A. M., Professor Natural Sciences. 

A. C. Shortridge, Professor Preparatory Department. 

INDIANAPOLIS FEMALE INSTITUTE. 

North-East of corner Pennsylvania and Michigan. 

Rev. Gibbon Williams, Superintendent. 

BoAKD OF Instruction. 

Miss E. A. Williams, Principal, and Teacher of Mental and Moral Sci- 
ence and Latin. 
Miss Fannie Snow, Teacher of Mathematics and Natural Science. 
Miss Lucy Tinsley, Teacher of Music. 
Miss M. A. Ford, Teacher of the Primary Department. 
Miss Fannie Vanhoughten, Teacher of Penmanship. 

HAY'S ACADEMY FOR BOYS. 

Under Masonic Hall, South Tennessee Street. 

Rev. L. G. Hay, Principal. 

SAINT JOHN'S ACADEMY. (Catholic.) 

Adjoining the Catholic Church, North-East cor. Tennessee and Georgia. 

Conducted by the Sisters of Providence. 

Mary Ambrose, Superioress. 



HALLS AND PUBLIC BUILDINGS. 

..Etna Building, Pennsylvania, between Washington and Market. 

Blackford's Building, South-East corner Meridian and Washington. 

College Hall, South-West corner Washington and Pennsylvania. 

Court House and County Offices, Court House Square, Washington, bet. 
Dealware and Alabama. 

Glenns' Block, Washington, between Meridian and Pennsylvania. 

Journal Building, corner Circle and Meridian. 

Macy & McTaggart's Building, Washington, corner of Delaware. 

Masonic Hall, South-East corner Washington and Tennessee. 

Metropolitan Hall, (Theater,) N. E. corner Washington and Tennessee. 

Military Hall, North side Washington, between Meridian and Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Odd Fellows' Hall, North-East corner Washington and Pennsylvania. 

Ramsey's Block, South Illinois, between Maryland and Georgia. 

Ray's Building, North side Washington, between Meridian and Illinois. 

Sentinel Building, (old,) Washington, between Meridian and Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Sinking Fund Office, corner Pennsylvania and Virginia ave. 



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State Bank, corner Illinois and Kentucky ave. 
State House, Washington, between Tennessee and Mississippi. 
Temperance Hall, North side Washington, between Meridian and Dlinois. 
Union Depot, Louisiana, between Meiidian and Illinois. 
Union Hall, South side Washington, between Delaware and Alabama. 
United States Court House and Post Office, corner Market and Pennsyl- 
vania. 
Yohn's Duilding;, North-East corner Washington and Meridian. 



LIBRARIES. 

INDIANA STATE LIBRARY. 

R. D. Brown, Librarian. For the use of Judges and State officers. Office 
hours from 9 A. M. till 4 P. M. No. of volumes, about 20,000. 

MARION COUNTY LIBRARY. 

Uader the charge of nine Trustees. This institution was organized un- 
der the special law of 1843. No. of volumes, 1,700. John W. 
Hamilton, Librarian.. Office in Court House. Terms, 
75 cents a year for two books, 50 cents for one 
book. Open Saturdays from 9 to 12 
A. M. and 1 to 3 P. M. 

CENTER TOWNSHIP LIBRARY. 

Court House. No. of volumes, 1000. Open on Saturdays from 2 to •'> 
P. M. Terms free. 



RAILROADS. 

BELLEFONTAINE RAILROAD LINE. 

Office North-west corner Meridian and Louisiana. 
Officers. 

President and Superintendent, John I GenH Freight Agent, Lucien Hills. 

Brough. I Cashier, Edward King. 

Assistant Superintendent, io\\nQa,nby. I Auditor, J. M. Townsend. 

GenH Ticket Agent, J. M. Townsend. | 

INDIANA AND ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILAVAY COMPANY. 

Office 24| East Washington. 
Officers. 

President anri Treasurer, Edmund I Secretary, B. K. Elliott. 
Clark. I 
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INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI RAILROAD. 

Offices on South Delaware, South of the Railroad track. 

Officers. 

Presideiit and Superintendent^ Henry | Secretary, A. \Vorth. 

C. Lord. _ I Gen I TicJcet Agent, W.. H. L. NobU'. 

Assistant Superintendent, J. W. Mills. | Gen^l Freight Agent, G. L. Barringer. 
Treasurer, W. O. Rockwood. | 

INDIANA. CENTRAL IIAILWAY. 

Offices corner Delaw:are and Virginia, avenue. 

Officers. 



President, John S. Newman. 
Superintendent, II. C. Carey. 
Treasurer, Samuel Hanna. 



GcnH I'ic.ket Agent, H. Parrott. 
Ge7il Freight Agent, W . A. Brae 
shaw. 



fjEFFERSONVILLE^RAILROAD. 

Office 43 South Street. 

Officers. 



Prestdent, D. Ricketts. 
Superintendent, A. S. Crothers. 
Genl Tickel Agent, Thomas Caise. 



Gen'l Freight Agent, James Ferrier. 
Freight Agent, Indianapolis, J. G. 
Whitcomb. 



LAFAYETTE AND INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD. 
Officers. 



President, W. F. Reynelds. 

Superintendent, 



General Agent, Indianapolis, W. H 
Parmelee. 



MADISON AND INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD. 

Office 43 South Street. 



Officers. 



President, F. II. Smith. 
Superintendent, D. C. Branham. 
Treasurer, Thomas Pollock. 



Gen'l Ticket Agent, T. P. Mathews. 
Gen I Agent, Indianapolis, R. E. Rock- 
well. 



TERRE HAUTE AND RICHMOND RAILROAD. 

Offices Louisiana, West of Union Depot. 

Officers. 



President, E. J. Peck. 
Superintendent, R. E. Ricker. 
Secretary, Charles Wood. 



Gen'l Freight Agent, Indianapolis, M. 
M. Landis. 



Wheeler & Wilson's Sewing Machines have been awarded the S'irst Premium 



CITY DIRECTORY. 



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PERU AND INDIANAPOLIS RAILPv-UAD. 

Offices cor. Delaware and Washington. 

Officers., 



Superintendent and General Agent, 

David Miicy. 
Assistant Siip't, i'. B. Uoliinson 
Treasurer and Gfneral Ticl'et Agent, 

Theodore P. Uaugbey. 



General Freight Agent, L. N. An- 
drews. 

Freight Agent, Jndiahaj^olis, W. B. 
Pratt. 



INDIANAPOLIS TYPOGRAPHICAL UNION, No. 1. 
Meets the Inst Satiirdav niaht in every month, in the ..^tna Building. 

Officers. 



President, Daniel, I . Paine. 
Vice President, D. .M. <'!tntrell. 
Recording Secretarg. Alexander I). 

Stevens. 
Corresponding Secretarg, George J. 

Schley. 



Financial Secretarg, John Schley'. 
Treasurer, M. H. Hal pin. 
Guardian, Martin W. Ililey. 

Executive Committee, V. (). Sackett, 
William ]')odenhniner, G. W. B. 
Sm t'j, E. Cullum. 



YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION. 

Organized Nuvembei-, 16-J4. Rooms located in Ray's Building. I,ihr:irv 

open Saturday and Tuesday evenings. Regular monthlj 

meetings, every third Monday in each month. 

Entrance fee, $1.00. 



Officers. 



President, Dr. 'J". Parvin. 
Vice Presidents, one from ench Evan- 
gelical Church represented. 
Recording Secretarg, Carlos Dickson. 



Corresponding Secretarg, F. A.-W 

Davis. 
Treasurer, Wm. H. Smith. 



STATE BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS. 

INDIANA INSTITUTE FO'i EDUCATING THE DEAF AND DUMB. 

Located one and a half miles enst of the city on the National Road. 

Officers. 



President, A. Wallace. 
Trustees, J. M. Kitchen, M. D., J. 
Burt, M. D. 



Sup't, Thomas jNIacIntire, A. M. 
Stewart, W. R, Foster. 
Matron, Miss Taylor. 



For four successive years at the Am. Institute, New York. 



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INDIANAPOLIS 



INSANE ASYLUM. 

Located on the National Road, two miles West of the City. 

Officers. 

President, A. Wallace. 1 Isi Assistant, J. S. Dunlap, jr., M. D- 

Commissioners, T. H. Jameson, J. W. | 2d Assistant, Dr. Craven. 
Moody. I Steioart, Wm. M. French. 

SupH, W, H. Woodburn, II. D. j 

INDIANA INSTITUTE FOR EDUC;aTING THE BLIND. 

Located on North, between Pennsylvania and Meridian Streets. 

Officers. 



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President, A. Wallace. 

Trustees, John Beard, William M. 

Smith. 
Sup't, Wm. M. Churchman. 
Matron, Mrs. Price. 



Teachers Literary Department, Gran- 
ville Ballard, Mrs. Moore. 

Teachers 3Iusic Department, L. S. 
Newell, Miss Dyer. 













The Wheeler A Wilson Hemmer makes hems of any width. 



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Stereot jpe Foundry. 



GEORGE H. FLEIVIING 



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Book ^ Job Stereotjping 

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On as reasonable terras and in as workmanlike a manner 
as can be done at Cincinnati or i)i the 

Eastern Cities. 



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