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977.202 GENEALOGY COLLEGTION MTL 

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1865-66 [-^] 



1358744 J. ALVORP, • J. C. ALVORD, BERG APPLEGATE 

E. B. ALVORD & Co., 

No. 1 Alvord's Block, S. Meridian St., 
t]srDiA.:NrAr»OLis, 





AND DEALERS IN 

CANDLES, COCOA. COFFEE, 

COEDAGE, CAMPHOR, COPPERAS, 

CREAM TARTAR, BRIMSTONE, COD DRY. 

PICKEREL, MACKEREL, SALMON, 

SHAD, HERRING, BASS, 

G-reen and Dry, Foreign and Domestic. 

GLASS, GUNPOWDER, LNDIGO, ,' 

LEAD, MOLASSES, NAYAL STORES, 

OILS OF ILL KINDS, / 

PAINTS, PETROLEUM, PROYISIOn/, 

RICE, SAL' I', SALTPFTEE, 

PEPPERS, SPICES, SPlfilTS, 

New Orleans, Cuba, Muscavado, White, Manile, Razil Brown, 
Stewa;rt's Loaf and Crushed, Granulated and H^me Maple. 

T E A. S , 

Young Hyson, Gunpowder, Imperial, Japan, Oriomj, Souchong, 
Congou, Orange and Z*ecco. 

TOBACCOS, WINES AND LIQUORS, 

Wooden and Willow War^, a Complete Stock, 

And everything in our line at close prices. With small profits, 
large sales, equgj capital, and largest salesTOoms, we are able and 
willing to offer Jthe best advantages, anc more liberal induce- 
ments to buyers thay any other Wholesale Grocer House in 
Indianapolis or Indiana. 



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LOUIS SCHOLTZ, 

A FIRST-CIvASS, FA8HIO1VABL.E 



Of Indianapolis, 
KEEPS ALWAYS ON HAND 

THE F'lTVEIST 

FRENCH AND ENGLISH 

CLOTHS, 

Am GENTS* FUHNISHmC GOOOS, 

Pennsylvania St., Two Doors South 
of the Post Office, 

INDIAlSr^POLIS, IND. 



Will pledge Kimself to equal and not be excelled by 
any Merchant Tailor in this city in price and fit. 



[OJ 

naANUFACTUEER OF 

Ambrotype and Photograph Materials; 

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION-, 
KTos. 21 and. 23 Circle Street - 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 



Always on hand an Extensive and Complete Assortment of 

Cameras, Apparatus, Cases, Mattings, Preservers, Chemicals, 
Plates, Glass, Photographic Paper, Passepartouts, &c. 

ManufactTirers of Albums, Oval Gold and Rosewood Frames, &c. 

AT THE LOWEST RATESJ 



1^°° Orders "by Mail or Express promptly attended to. 



PLAtM ANiB QRMAMEKTAL 

JOB TURNER, 

33 E. SOTJTH STREET, 

Between Meridian and Pennsylvania, 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 



I am prepared to execute all kinds of 

PLAl, FAHSY AMD OMAIENTAL TOaSING 

in the best manner and at reasonable prices. 
• I keep constantly on hand 

STAIK lAliriiSTERS & NEWEL POSTS5 

Pins and Balls for Bowling Alleys. 

IJ^^ All work done promptly and in good order. 



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COMMERCIAL 

HOTEL, 

One Square north of Union Depot, 

SOUTH ILLINOIS, COR. GEORGIA ST, 



This House lias been ' 

HIT, Eimo ii iFran 

The past Season, and will now compare 

fa.vorably with any Hotel 

in the City. 



r. A. REITZ, Proprietor. 



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ELLIOTT, GADD & Co., 

(Successors to Tortseyj ByrairL& Co.,) 
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 

Stapte and Fiinay 

DRY GOODS 

£11111^ Ills i mmiM, 

Cotton Yarns, Battings, &c. 

No. 74 East Washington Street, 

iisri>iA.3sr-A.i»ox.is, iitd. 

(ESTABLISHED JANUARY 1, 1S68,) 

A RADICAL REPUBLICAN PAPER, 

PUBLISHED DAILY AND WDEKLY, 

J. H. JORDAIV, Editor and Proprietor. 



Daily — One Year, in advance, . . . _ . |8,00 

" Six Months, " 4.50 

" Three Months, " 2.25 

Per Week, , " .20 

Weekly Edition, One Copy, One Year, in advance, - 2.00 

Office, Cor. Pearl and Meridian Sts., 



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VOEGTLE & METZGER 



IDBA.I1.ERS IlSr 



iiNO HOUSE FunmsmNO GoooSt 

lamktiirers of Japainei aM Plain Tin fare, 

STAMPED WARE OF ALL KINDS, 
NO. 103 EAST WAf§flI]\€JTOI\ STREET, 



This establishment contains the best assortment of 

0003EK. JS"^€>'V3SS!S 

Ever offered to the public. TBi^ €iJood l^iaiiaaritaii 

St'fVe, for which we are sole agents, is adapted for wood and 
coal, has a large oven, with an extra broiler. We can offer this 
stove to the most 'careful housekeeper as a FIEST-CLASS 
STOYE. 

Among cheaper Stoves, we have on hand the BUCK'S PAT- 
ENT EXPRESS, THE UNION, THE RELIANCE, THE 
INDIANOLA, and a number of others, all of them No. 1 Stoves, 
and fully warranted. A good stock of French and American 
PRESERVE KETTLES AND STEW PANS, Enameled and 
Tinned, constantly on hand. 

Britannia Tea Sets, Plated Tea and Table Spoons, Table Cut- 
lery, of any description. Coal Oil Lamps and Fixtures, Brown's 
Metal Lap Lamps, Chimneys, Charcoal Furnaces, Charcoal and 
Common Sad-Irons, Coffee-Roasters, &c., Fire Shovels, Tongs and 
Pokers, Amidon's Clothes Wringer, the best in use, wholesale 

PLAIN TIN WARE of all kinds constantly on hand. Gut- 
tering and Spouting for carpenters and others, done on short 
notice. The only Japanned Ware Manufactory in the State of 
Indiana is at 

No. 103 East Washington Street, Indianapolis. 

Japanned Water'Coolers, Toilet Washbowls and Pitchers, Toilet Sets, Deed Boxes, Cash 
and Spice Boxes, Tea Trays. Cack Boxes, Tea and Grocery Canisters, Knife Trays, Tum- 
bler Drainers, Match Safes, Candlesticks. Toy Cups, Toy Pails, Dredge and Pepper Box- 
es, Toy Watering Pots, Savings' Banks, Billhead Cases, Card and Post Office Boxes. 

Sponge Baths, Hip Baths, Plunge Baths, Infant Baths, Foot Tubs. 

<'hamber Buckets, Fancy and Plain Coal Hods, Coal Vases, &c. 

Dealers in Japanned Ware, and the public in general, are respectfully invited to call 
and examine our goods. 

J8®" Orders per mail receive prompt attention. Address as above. 



[O-] 



GOLD MEDA.L PIANOS! 



TRJEYSER & ROBINSON, 



MANUFACTURERS OF 




UPRIGHT PIANOS, 

No. 161 East Washington St., 

IMDIATVAPOIilS, INB. 



Triumphant Success! 

These Pianos took the First Premiuiii at the 

Indiana State Fair of 1865 for the best 

PIANOS made in the State 5 also, First 

Preniiwni for the best Square Pianos 

made in the United States, over 

Twenty -Seven competitors. 

We would respectfully call the attention of tlie public to our 



Hi IPIIGIT FMDS, 



(With full Iron Frame) which for 

Volume of Tone, Elasticity of Tonch, and 

Beauty of Finish, 

Are unsurpassed. By an ingenious arrangement of our Scales we succeeded to combine 

the durability and sweet' singing tone of the IRON FRAME PIANO with the 

full, rich sound of the WOODEN FRAME, a result which no other 

makers have heretofore attained. 

EVERY PIANO FULLY GUARANTEED FOR FIVE YEARS. 

a^ Wholesale Dealers will find it to their advantage to call. 

GEO. TR.EYSER.] [Col. Wm. J. H. ROBINSON. 



S. W. DREW. P. SAYER. 




East Market Square, - Indianapolis, Ind. 
STEIN & IsTALTISrER, 

FAIVIILY GROCERS 

And ProTiislon Dealers, 

No. 170 East Washington Street, 

HALL& HUTCHINSON, 

BOOK, CARD, OIROULAR AND POSTER 

Plllfil 

Stereotypcrs and Boolc-Biiiders, 

NO. 16 1-2 EAST WASHINGTON ST., 




INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 

8@-©UR FACILITIES FOR PRINTING IN COLORS ARE UNSURPASSED.- 



JNO. T. DEWEESE & CO., 



O E TV E I?. A^ L 





43 S. Delaware St., Indianapolis, 

Buy and Sell all kinds of Produce and Mer- 
chandise on Commission. 



ALSO AGENT FOE HAREIES' CELEBRATED 

CUSrCINN^TI 

ALE AND PORTER 

In all kinds of Packages and Bottles for Shipping and Families. 

F0MSTTHES' SCALES, 

ISO Dificrent Patterns. 

Sfarvin's Fire & Burglar Proof Safes; 

Sandusky Plaster, Newark Plaster and Louisville Cement. 

ALSO, ALL KINDS OP 

LUBRICATING OILS 

FOR Ei\OIIVES AXn RAILROAD COS., 

ANDALLKINDSOFBURNINGOILS. 

AU GOODS 8010 AT FACTORV PRICES, AND 
"W^arranted as Represented. 



MANUFACTURERS' AGENCY, MACHINERY, ETC. 

OMAR NEWMAN. 



DEALER IN 








GENEB L COfiniSSION MERCHANT 

PRODUCE BOUaHT AND SOLD ON COMMISSION. 



II^DIAl^A AGE]\CY FOR 

GROY[RUliK[RHWING MUHINH, 

(Double and Single Lock Stitch, see page K,) 

PALMERS' HORSE HAY FORKS, 

Wrought-Iron Dumping Gear. 



lndiaDa,lllinois,Kentncliy IIMissonri, 

For Bussell's Ohio Reapers and Mowers, Hand Rakes or Drop- 
pers, Russell's Massillon Threshers and Separators. 

A " Dropper" is equal to a Self Rake, and is as light as a Mower, It is a "rear 
delivery self rake." For particulars and agencies, address: 

OMAR I^EU JWAl^, 

Lock Box 378, Indianapolis, Indiana. 

Warehouse and Oflace east of the Union Depot. 



RAILROAD mACHL^ERY OILS. 

WHOLESALE DEALER IN 

.....uMDeiilllllG 



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AND AOENT 

ANEIUrAN EIIIG114XT COMPAiW 

Chamber of Commerce, Pennsylvania St., op. P. 0., 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 

J. J. MERRITT, 

DEALER IN 




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STOCK AS^D CHEIVliCALS. 

Esp'^cial attention given to Framing Pictures to Order in Genuine 

Gold Frames, Gilt and Rosewood Mouldings, Wliolesale 

and Retail; Photographs, Engravings, Stereoscopic 

Pictures and Stereoscopes in every variety, 

at Wholesale and Retail. 

No. 62 North Illinois Street, 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 

The best French and American Camera Tubes, of all sizes, at the lowest possible 
rates, (Camera Boxes, Stands, etc. All kinds of Cases, Oval, Gilt and Rosewood 
Frames of all sizes and patterns. 

The best Albumen Pnper in the market. Ferrotype Plates of the best quality; 
in fact everything necessary to the Art; also, Photograph Albums of every variety. 



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Office, 34 East Washington Street, 



Three Daily Expresses to New York, 
Two Daily Expresses to Cincinnati, and 
Two Daily Expresses to CMcago & St. Louis. 



The above are the only privileged Express Companies on the 
following roads, viz. : 

ZM'SIArrA CSrrTRAL RR., East and South, Am. Express. 
LAFAVBTTE & CHICAGO, ITorthwest, do. 

irTDIAEflrAFOIiZS 6l FEB.U, 9T.i:.,East, West, Am. <&U. S. 
ZERKE KAUTE <& RICHl^OiOI^B, "^est. Am. Express. 
BE];.Z>EF03MZ'£ «k INHlATSATOIslS, East, Am. & U. S. 
And all the Railroads connecting with the above. 



MONEY PACKAGES, VALUABLES AND FEEIGHT 
carried with safety and dispatch, and in charge of special and 
efficient messengers. 

NOTES, BILLS AND DRAFTS promptly collected, and 
ready returns made. Rates as low as by any other responsible 
Express Company. 

fi@» MARK YOUR PACKAGES by the AMERICAN and 
U. S. EXPRESS. 



J. BUTTERFIELD, Agent, 



zxffDXA^AFoniXs, xrrD' 



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FIRE AND INLAND NAVIGATION. 

Cash Capital, - - - $400,000. 

OFFICE, CORNER WILLIAM AND BEAVER STS., 

UNDER CORN EXCHANGE BANK, 

i<t:ei-s?s7' "stoi^k: oit^st^ 



JAMES D. SPAEKMAN, President. 
J. PRYOR RORKE, Secretary. 
W. H. WINDSOR, Yice President. 

S. S. COB, Cleveland, O., Gen. Agent for the ^Vestern States. 



HOME INSURANCE €0. 

]Vo. 95J Oraiig-e St., 

NEW HAVEN, CONNECTICUT. 

Cash Capital, - - $500,000 00 
Assets, - - 659,070 98 

D. R. SATTERLEB, President, 
CHAS. WILSON, Secretary. 
D. TROWBRIDGE, Vice President. 



im: o JEi^ i^ I s 

FIRE AND INLAND INSURANCE CO. 

Columbian Buildings, Corner Wall & Nassau Streets, 
NEW^ YORK. 

Autliorized Capital, - $5,000,000 
Assets June 1, 1865, - - 803,000 

WM. M. WHITNEY, Sec'j. B. C. MORRIS, Pres't. 

O. AIiXSXANDER 6l CO., General Agents, St. Louis, IMEo. 

R. GRAKAIME, Special Agent. 

Policies of Insurance against loss or damage by Fire issued on the most favorable 
terms, and losses promptly adjusted and paid, by 

LiOOI?II8, NE WTOIV & CO., Agt's for Indianapolis, 

Yohn's Block, No. 6 North Meridian Street. 



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NBiy^ FIRM .A-lSrD NEW" aOODS. 

STRAUSS &~ELLEWBOGEN, 

(Successors to Moritz Bros. & Co.) 



IMPORTKKS AND DEALERS 



Cloths, Cassimeres, Vestings, 

FURNISHING GOODS, 

No. 3 East Washington Street, 

HVDIAIVAPOLIS, IJ\D., 

AN OLD AND KELIABLB HOUSE. 

J®- A full and complete assortment of 

READY MADE CLOTHING, 

Material and Workmanship warranted, kept constantly on hand. 

1^^ The Merchant Tailorings Department is 
inferior to none in the West, none but the 
best IVorkmen hefn§^ employed. 

The New York and European connections of the house enable 
its proprietors to keep a full stock of the finest imported Goods, 
at cheaper rates than thej can be afforded by other establish- 
ments not possessing the same advantages. 

The latest novelties in style of material and make up can al- 
ways be had at No. 3. 

All Work urarranted to give satisfhction. 



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ELASTIC STITCH 



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SEWING MACHINE! 

ILLINOIS, IOWA, MICHIGAN, 
OHIO, INDIANA, KENTUCKY, 

Where all ZiEADZIVG Sewing Z^achines were in competition. 

FOR THE BEoT FAMILY SEWING MACHmES 

AND THE 



G-ROYER & BAKER'S 

FAMILY SEWING MACHINES, 

flaking the G-ROVISK &. SAKER and Iiock Stiches, the 
only .Machine that can Stitch and Embroider perfectly. 

OMER NEWMAN, 

State Agent for Indiana. 

OflBLce and Salesroom opp. E. End Union Depot, 
S. Mer'dian St., IIVI>lAr%APOLlS, II^D. 



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Sponsler & McCreery, 

43 and I OS East Washington St., 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

PEENSWARE 

AND GLASSWARE, 

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PLATED, BRITANNIA & JAPANNED WARE, 







TINWARE AND COPPER, 

Pocket and Table CnOery, 

PORCEiaiN ^ ENAMELED WABEt 
Wooden and Willow Ware, 

Cordage, Twines, Bruslies, &c. 



Merdiants are invited to examine our great variety of 
stock. We will supply the trade at Beasonable Kates. 



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MERCHANT GLOTHIEB, 

AND WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN 

Men's, Boys', Youths' aod Cidren's 
Ready-Made Clothing 



S. JE. Cor. \1 est TVashing^ton & Illinois Sts. 



1^^ The Cheapest Clothing House in Indianapolis. 

WILLIAM LOVE, 

Real Estate Agent, 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 



«llllBIIUElLlllD[ICIIlllG[il[IL[SIlT[, 

And attenci to Leasing and Renting 

5 

Houses, Farms, Collect Eents, Negotiate Loans, 

Buy and Sell County Orders and Land Warrants on Commiasion, 

PAY TAXES, PREPARE DEEDS AND MORTGAGES, 

And attend to Notarial Business, &c., &g. 



Office, Talboft &. ]¥ew's Block, Rooms 1 &; 3, 

First Entrance South of the Post Office. 



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Manufacturer of every deseription of 



SAWS 




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Extra Tempered Mill & Muley Saws, 

'" Tuttle's Patent and Single Hook 
CROSS CUT Si^i^V^fS. 



ALSO, SOLE MANUFACTURER OP 

TUTTIiE'S IMPROVED PATENT 

CROSS CUT SAW 

For the Western States. 

THIS SAW IS '' EXCELSIOR," THE BEST. 

SHEFFIELD SAW WORKS, 

l¥o. 316 South IJlinoi§ Street (Old Number 155,) 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 

J8®- Special attention paid to Repairing. Breakage in Repairing at owner's risk. 




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Publishers, Journal Building, Indianapolis. 







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EDWARDS' ANNUAL 



Dl RECTOR 



TO THE 



Inhabitants, Institutions, Incorporated Companies, iVIanufac- 
turlng Establishments, Business Firms, Etc., Etc. 



IN THE 



CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS, 

FOR 1865-6. 



INDIANAPOLIS: 

PUBLISHED BY EICHARD EDWARDS, JOURNAL BUILDING, CORNER MERIDIAN AND CIRCLE. 

1866. 



Entered according to Act of Congress in the year Eighteen Hundred and Siity-Six, by 

EDWARDS, GREENOUGH & DbVED, 
In the Clerk's ofBce of the District Court of the United States for the District of Indiana. 



THE ADAMS EXPRESS CO., 

A JOINT STOCK ASSOCIATION, 

No. 12 E. Washington St., Indianapolis, Ind. 



FOR,TrA.Itr>S DAILY 

Parcels, Packages, Valuable Articles, Mer- 
chandise, Bank Notes, Specie, &.C., 

Either in its own Trains, or by connection with other Companies, to all the 
PRINCIPAL CITIES IN THE UNITED STATES, 

At low Rates and with Great Speed. 

Notes, Drafts and Accounts Collected. 

ds will please give special directions to have t 

dams Express Company." 

JOHl\ H. OHR, Agrent. 



In ordering goods our friends will please give special directions to have their 
packages marked 

"By The Adams Express Company." 



CONNECTICUT MUTUAL 

Life Insurance Co. 

OF HARTFORD. 

Acenmnlated Capital Over $9,000,000. 

Dividends declared annually, and Paid During the Life of the Assured. 



FOLSOM & OLIN, District Agents, 

Office, 35 Vinton's Block, opp: P. 0., Indianapolis 




1358744 



HISTORY RECORDING ON TIME THE UTEI^S OF NATIONS- 



g^liatlM. 



To the Business Men of Indianapolis, 

President, Directors and Members q/ the Chamber of Commerce : 

Gentlemen — To yoal dedjpate this volume, and claim you as my patrons; it is 
you who have developed the great resources of this beautiful city; it is you who 
have given it reputation abroad a^nd prosperity at home; you have made it also 
famous for its hospitality, and the merchant, trader, traveler and stranger feel con- 
scious when they enter Indianapolis that there are warm hearts and friendly hands 
to welcome them. 

To you. Gentlemen, i respectfully deuicate my first annual Director. 

Sherman House, Feb. 7, 1866. RICHARD EDWARDS. 



INDIANAPOLIS CHAT'*>^R OP COMMERCE. 

e ,'■ 

T. B. ELLIOl-e Esov President. 

S. V. B. NOEL, THOS. KINGAN.-ies'UILLA JONES, VicE-PREsmBNTS. 

J. BARNARD, Secretary. 

Board of Directors— John Carlisle, L. W. Hasselman, Jos. D. Pattison, Lucien 

Hills, David Gibson, Chas. W. Smith, F. P. Rush, John W. Murphy, 

J. B. McArthur, James C. Ferguson. 

Committee of Arbitration— Jas Skillen, A. E. Vinton, B. Coffin, Charles Glaiier, 
George C. Holman. 



BRYANT, STRATTON & SPENCER'S 

iisriDi-A.isr.A.:pox-.is 

BUSINESS COLLEGE, 

TE]\II»EJR^?LlVCE HALL, 

30 1-2 WEST WASHINGTON STREET. 



FACUI.TT. 



p. It. SPEIVCER, Jr., IPrincipal, 

Superintendent of the Course of Instruction, Profepsor of Practical and Ornamental 
Penmanship, and Commercial Correspondence. 



CYIfcXJS IMC. SI^ITH, 

Teacher in the Practical Department, and Instructor in Commercial Arithmetic- 



Teacher of the Science of Accounts in Theoretical Uepannieut. 



A. C SHOUTHIDGE, 

(Supt. of Public Instruction, Indianapolis,) Prof, of Mathematics and Orthography. 



J. E. T^ALLICK, 

(Division Superintendent Western Union Telegraph Co.;) Superintendent Telegraph 
Department. 



.T. W. BRA^DLEY, 

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INTRODUCTORY. 



In laying before the public our first Director to the people and institutions of 
the city of Indianapolis we feel constrained to call attention to the many obstacles 
that have interfered with its progress, and to which may be charged any errors or 
defects which may have crept into its compilation ; and, also, to point out the im- 
portance of the information collected, which renders it of great value. An ex- 
amination of this volume will better convey a proper idea of its importance to the 
residents of Indianapolis, and the amount of labor necessary to prepare it for the 
press, than any particular description of its contents which might be given here- 
Attention is called to the following array of facts j 

The canvassing for the Director commenced about the first of September last, but, 
owing to the re-numbering of the places of business and residences of the citizens, 
the entire ground had to be gone over the second time, in order that the work 
might correctly give the new system, and we are now able to offer the result in a 
volume of over four hundred pages, containing nearly fifteen thousand names, and 
nearly five thousand increase over last year, in addition to a full and carefully 
arranged Classified Business Directory and an Appendix of the various Societies, 
Banks, Churches, Public Buildings, Schools, &c., &c. 

To collect this vast amount of information, to arrange it all in systematic order, 
put it in type, and publish it in book form, every one must admit is a work of no 
inconsiderable amount of labor. In the preparation and compilation of a Directory, 
it is necessary to take the information afresh every year, and to make as near a 
perfect work as possible, requires the systematic co-operation of a large body of 
competent and intelligent hands. Those only who have participated in the labor 
can form any adequate idea of the many vexations and perplexities connected with 
it, and to which the compilers are subjected. The present volume is entirely original 
in its production, the information having all been obtained by actual canvass. The 
importance of the work will be readily conceded by all who have occasion to use 
it ; and its cheapness must be as manifest as its usefulness, except, perhaps, to those 
who imagine it to be their duty to pick out all the little errors they can find, and 
exaggerate their importance. It is by this class of people that the many for- 
midable and embarrassing obstacles are thrown, and which help to render the work 
imperfect. They not only refuse to give the names and necessary information, but 
are the first to complain of any inaccuracies that may occur. It would be an almost 
endless task to describe the capricious opposition with which we have to contend 
in obtaining the information required to make the work as correct as we aim to 
make it, or to give a tolerable idea of the ridiculous and annoying criticisms to 
which we are afterwards exposed. 

The great majority of the community, we are happy to say, obligingly gave to our 
canvassers all the information they required. There are, however, some few ex- 
ceptions. For instance, Mr. Auchmuty not only refused to give the required 
particulars about himself, but positively forbids the insertion of his name and res- 



INTEODUCTORT. 



idence in the Directory. No doubt Mr. A. has very cogeni reasons for wishing to 
remain incog., and to keep his whereabouts a profound secret. It is our business 
to have his address in the Directory, and if we do not obtain it from him, we must 
from some one else. Hence the error, pessibly, in the spelling, or correct business, 
or profession to which he belongs. 

Mr. Bullen has a similar desire to keep himself out of the Directory — o», at least, 
feigns to have — and when the work appears, forgetting his little eccentricity in 
denying the anxiously sought information, he boils over with indignation because 
his name does not figure in its pages. 

Mr. Cowdrey, who fills the useful and honorable position of a clerk, insists on 
Saing inserted as '■ a gentlemen ; " and, as might be expected of persons of such 
ambitious aspirations, is extremely abusive because he cannot be gratified. But, it 
being the object of the Directory to give the sternest facts, and to repress all flights 
ef the imagination, Mr. C. has to figure in its pages simply as a clerk, until he can 
establish his claim to some other designation 

Mr. Durdevant wishes his name inserted in a manner peculiar to himself, and 
particularly bothering to every body else. But the Directory being the most dem- 
ocratic of all human institutions, Mr. D. must take his place on the dead level with 
the whole community, as he cannot distinguish himself by any such device. 

Mr. Errower has his little peculiarities, and amiably declines furnishing any in- 
formation about himself unless he can be allowed at least half a page to spread 
himself in with miscellaneous items about his business. But E.'s economical ideas 
of advertising have to be nipped in the bud. 

Mr. Flugelhauser is frugal in an opposite direction, and forbids any mention of 
his business. 

Mr. Ganymede cannot understand what right any one can have to know where 
be resides, and will not divulge the fact. He thinks it a piece of impertinence to 
publish a Directory at all. 

Mr. Holofernes is horrified at the omission of his place of residence, regards it 
BS "a perfect outrage," and has no doubt it was done on purpose to annoy him. 

Mr. Ignusfatius is slightly insane on the subject of his first name. He objects 
vehemently to the insertion of anything more than the initials, because there hap- 
pens to be two or three more persons who are called Isaac besides himself. 

Mr. Jacoby objects to advertisements in the Directory, and can't see what they 
are put in for, 

Mr. Kerdusenhouser, contrawise, likes advertisements, and considers them a 
pleasant and valuable feature of the work. 

Mr. Lilliputian, with the lofty tone of a critic, pronounces the work full of blun- 
ders, and, being requested to designate them, is unable to point out even one. 

Mr. Mephistophiles, being of a mirthful disposition, gives the canvasser who 
calls upon him a direction, which, if followed, would subject us to a libel suit. 

Mr. Nondescript, who resides in the city, when called upon at his place of busi- 
ness, gives an out-of-town residence, under the delusive idea that he will thereby 
escape jury duty and taxation. 

Mr. Obaque desires the canvasser to call again, having no time to attend to him, 
and the canvasser forgetting to do so, Mr. 0. threatens a suit for damages because 
he is left out. 

Mr. Pillicoddy lives in a "place" that has no legalized existence. The name of 
the street he lives on not being odorous, he wishes to get rid of it without removing, 



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and ingeniously calls the street a place, and is indignant because we disregard it 
and give the proper name. 

Mr. Quintessimal is queer, and thinks it a good joke to impose upon the canvasser 
by giving the names of two or three fictitious occupants of his house, that he may 
afterwards be "down" on the publication for committing such a blunder. 

Mfc Rogueman adopts a very ingenious dodge to keep out of the Directory, Hav- 
ing yesterday given his name to the canvasser, he calls to-day to say that he is going 
out of town, and wishes to have his name omitted. But the next day the canvasser 
learns from his family that he has no idea of removing. 

Mr. Socrates stigmatizes the work a humbug, and would not encourage such a 
thing by giving his name, etc., for the work. 

Mr. Timon lives in a place which is part of a street, but insists on being located 
in the place. Now, the names of streets, places or squares, are not happily affairs 
of individual taste or caprice, but of legal enactments, and we only recognize legal 
designations in giving the residences of citizens. 

Mr. Underhand enters our office — a particular personal friend of the publisher — 
and, presuming upon that relation, asks to have his name left out of the Directory 
to enable him to escape the annoyance of jury duty, etc. Being denied his un- 
reasonable request, he makes his exit a declared enemy for life. 

Mr. Vixon is violent for a different cause. He goes down to Twenty-first street 
to see a person whom the Directory informed him lived on that street, but finds that 
he has removed the day before to Stringtown. He stops at our office to "blow" U8 
Up for putting him to so much trouble, and to express his utter contempt for people 
whe publish a Directory which only serves to mislead. 

Mr. Whinglestopper, who, as a general rule, never buys a Directory, thinks the 
price altogether too high, and don't hesitate to express publicly his conviction that 
"'Taint worth more nor two bits." 

Mr. Xavius is naturally a very extraordinary sort of person — takes the trouble 
of writing a sarcastic letter of three pages to say that, in his opinion, it is not the 
proper way to make a correct Directory purposely to leave out the name of one of 
the oldest residents in the city, since his name could easily have been learned by 
inquiring at his last place of business. This is a case which requires attending 
to, BO we send down to Mr. X. the very canvasser who did inquire for him at his last 
place of business without being able to learn anything about him, whereupon the sar- 
castic Mr. X. confesses, without any sarcasm at all upon himself, that nobody is to 
blame. 

Mr, Younglove takes the liberty of calling in person to expostulate on the names 
of so many old residents, who lived for years in the same houses, being omitted. 
Mr. Y. is informed that the old residents in question probably came a very old 
dodge, and gave the canvasser some fictitious names instead of their own. Oh I 
ah! indeed! Mr. Y. "shouldn't wonder; " and that reminds him that the joint 
tenant of his own house did give the canvasser Mr. Y's name but withheld hia 
own, sure enough. 

Mr. Zenophon is zealously obliging. He is a member of a firm, the name of 
which he can't withhold because it is on the sign; but he positively and resolutely 
refuses to furnish any information whatever as to the names of the individuals 
which compose it, and defies all creation to compel him to. 

These are but a few of the actual annoyances to which the compilers of a Direct- 
ory are subjected. And here it may not be inappropriate to say, that the delay in 
the publication of this edition of the Director is in part owing to another work 



INTRODUCTORY. 



being published at the same time, and the consequent inability to expedite its 
printing as fully as was desirable. But for the future, we can promise that no 
such delays will occur. 

Yet, in the face of all this opposition, the compiler is happy in the conviction 
that the book approximates as nearly to perfection and completeness as it is possible 
for any similar work to do. But that this Director is entirely free from errors, we 
do not claim. With the many diflBculties that present themselves, as stated else- 
where — and that, too, without exaggeration — it would be preposterous to look for 
absolute perfection. Without any hesitation, however, we claim that our Director 
is the most complete and reliable ever oflFered to the public of Indianapolis. 

The whole number of names in the book is 13,440, against 7,860 in the Directory 
for 1864, being an increase of 5,580 names, which, multiplied by the usually 
accepted average of a family, — 4, — gives the increase in the population at 22,320 
souls. The number of names in the book, — 13,440, — by the same process, shows 
the population of Indianapolis to be 53,360 souls. 

An examination of the advertising pages of the Director will convince the most 
skeptical of the importance of Indianapolis as a market. Her merchants have 
shown their enterprise, energy and liberality by advertising their business in the 
best medium extant, — a Business Directory. Artisans in every branch of mechan- 
ical art have also availed themselves of the opportunity aflForded by this book to 
call attention to their wares and ask the public to grant them a share of their pat- 
ronage ; while Railroads and Insurance Companies are numerously represented in 
the same pages, — the one setting forth the facilities they offer to the traveling and 
freighting communities in all sections of the country, the other giving the terms 
upon which life and property are insured, and exhibiting the capital employed to 
pay all the claims that may be brought against them by owners of property who 
have suffered losses which are covered by their several policies. We also, in this 
connection, take pleasure in calling attention to the unique and superior manner 
in which the advertisements of our Director are displayed, and to the handsome 
style in which it is bound. Much more might be said of the book and its contents > 
but the limited space allotted to the Introductory compels a brevity too great for 
the merits of the work. 

In this connection we cannot refrain from tendering our thanks to the good citi- 
zens generally for the kind manner in which our reporters and canvassers were 
received in their search after information and advertisements; but, to the Editors 
of the several newspapers, English and German, and other prominent citizens of 
Indianapolis, we are under the greatest obligations for the hearty manner in which 
they have seconded our efforts to give to the world at large a correct and reliable 
resume of the business and history of their city. 

In conclusion, we announce to the business public, and to all others interested 
in the welfare of Indianapolis, that we design to make our Director one of the per- 
manent institutions of the city ; and as we purpose giving each year a more desir- 
able and excellent book, not being obliged to contend against the multiplicity of 
difficulties thrown in our way this year, we expect to be liberally and heartily sus- 
tained in our efforts to advance the interests of the Metropolis of Indiana. 

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INDICES 



GENERAL INDEX. 



Abbreviations 185 , List of Post Offices of Indiana 

Busimess Directory 387 

City and County Record 105 

Dedication 91 

General Directory and Names 185 

Illustrated Title L front fly leaf 

Introductory 93 



.162 
Names too late for regular insertion. .103 
Streets and Avenues in Indianapolis. 135 

Tax Payers' Adviser 137 

The National Tax Law 143 

United States Stamp Duties 140 



INDEX TO CITY AND COUNTY REGISTER. 



Academies and Schools .107 | 

Asylums 125 

Banks and Banking Companies., .i... 127 

Chamber of Commerce 123 

Churches 109 

City and County Register 105 

City Government 105 

Collector of Internal Revenue 133 

Councilmen 105 

County Officers..... 107 

Courts 109 

Fire Department 105 

Halls and Public Buildings 133 

Horse Railroads 131 

Incorporated Companies 131 



Indiana Sanitary Commission 133 

Institutes, Colleges, etc 121 

Insurance Companies of Indianapolis. 129 

Libraries 123 

Miscellaneous 134 

Newspapers etc 127 

Police Department 105 

Post Office Department 125 

Public Schools 107 

Secret and Benevolent Societies 113 

Streets, Avenues and Parks 135 

U. S. Assessor of Internal Revenue 

Fifth District of Indiana 133 

U. S. Marshal 133 



INDEX TO ADVERTISERS. 



Adams Express Co., Jno. H. Orr, agt 90 

Alvord E. B. & Co. grocers, wholesale A front fly leaf 

American Express Co., J. Butterfield, agent H front fly leaf 

Anderson G. P. insurance agent 126 

Atkins E. C. saw manufacturer front fly leaf 

Atlantic & Great Western Railroad Railroad department 

Atlantic & Mississippi Steamship Co Railroad department 

Benham A. M. & Co. music store corner cards in general directory 

Bland, Myers & Woodbury, The Home "Visitor 108 

Bond J. L. livery and sale stable 392 

Brown A., First National Saloon 132 

Bryant, Stratton & Spencer, business college 92 

Bussey .John, Exchange Billiard Room 106 

Butsch V. & Dickson, coal, lime, cement etc 392 

Butterfield J. agent, American Express Co. and U. S. Express Co....H front fly leaf 

Capital Restaurant, Stephen Mattler 388 

Chandler & Taylor, Phoenix Foundry and Machine Works 120 

City Shoe Store, Thomas Hunter & Co 106 

Commercial Hotel, F. A. Reitz D front fly leaf 



INDICES. 



Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Co. of Hartford, Folsom & Olin, agents 90 

Copeland J. W. millinery goods 392 

Corn Exchange Insurance Co. Loomis, Newton & Co. agents I front fly leaf 

Dabbs W. G. photographic meterials ..C front fly leaf 

Davies I. J. photographic gallery 108 

De Pauw House, New Albany, Hufl^, Orr & Watson 402 

Dixon J. W. dyer and scourer 120 

Dunn J. T. & Co. real estate agents 124 

East James H. grocer and provisions 120 

Elliott, Gadd & Co. dry goods, etc E front fly leaf 

Elliott J. Perry, City Art Gallery 118 

Equitable Life Assurance Society, G. P. Anderson, agent 126 

Evansville & Crawfordsville Railway Railroad department 

Exchange Billiard Room 400 

Franklin & Pettiford, barbers 132 

Gage & Drake, Tremont House, Chicago 142 

Greer James, cabinet manufacturer 132 

Grover & Baker Sewing Machine Co., Omer Newman, State agent 

page K, front fly leaf 

Hall & Hutchinson, The Daily Herald 385 

Haugh B. F. & Co., iron railings, bank vaults, etc 101 

Hawn C. R., physician 390 

Haynes Philip, confectioner, wholesale 106 

Holland T. A. & Co., Publishers ,..Ruilt6ad department 

Holland & Scudder, Oriental Hotel 110 

Home Insurance Co., Loomis, Newton & Co., agents I, front fly leaf 

Howard & Tilford, grocers 388 

Huff, Orr & Watson, De Pauw House, New Albany 402 

Hunter Thomas & Co., City Shoe Store 106 

Indiana Fire Insurance Co., of Indianapolis 97 and 116 

Indiana National Bank 132 

Indianapolis Daily Evening Gazette, J. H. Jordan .435 and E, front fly leaf 

Indianapolis, Peru & Chicago Railroad Railroad department 

Indianapolis Railroad Time Table Railroad department 

Indianapolis & Cincinnati Railroad Railroad department 

James & Peabody, wines and liquors 114 

Jeffersonville Railroad Railroad department 

Jermain & Brightman, Milwaukee Sentinel 386 

Jordan J. H., ladianapolis Evening Gazette 435 and E, front fly leaf 

Kahn A., merchant tailor N, front fly leaf 

Kilgore John, dentist 118 and 390 

Kolb Louis, job turner 1 C, front fly leaf 

Lieber H. & Co., mouldings 102 

Lindell Hotel, St. Louis Front fly leaf 

Little Miami Railroad Railroad department 

Loomis, Newton & Co., insurance agents I, front fly leaf 

Louisville Journal, Prentice, Henderson & Osborne 386 

Louisville & Nashville Railroad Railroad deportment 

Love William, real estate agent , N, front fly leaf 

Mattis & Carico, carpenters and builders 128 

Mattler Stephen, Capitol Restaurant 388 

McClain & Guthridge, Pearl Grocery 114 

McCord & Wheatley, planing mill and lumberyard 130 

Merchants Insurance Co., qf Hartford, Conn., G. P. Anderson, agent 126 

Milwaukee Sentinel, Jermain & Brightman 386 

Mitchell & Rammelsberg, furniture, wholesale and retail, Cincinnati 128 

Morris Fire and Inland Insurance Co., Loomis, Newton & Co., agts...I, front fly leaf 

Nickum & Parrott, steam bakers 124 

Ohio & Mississippi Railroad Railroad department 

Oriental Hotel, Holland & Scudder 110 

Pearl Grocery, McClain & Guthridge 114 

Phoenix Brass Foundry, Steffens & Schneider 128 

Phoenix Foundry and Machine Works, Chandler & Taylor 120 

Pittsburg, Columbus & Cincinnati Railroad Railroad department 

Prentice, Henderson & Osborne, Louisville Journal 386 



INDICES. 



Purdy's Actual Easiness College, Wm. Purdy 112 

Pursell A. E, dentist 132 

Ray, Mayhew & Co., boots and shoes, wholesale 396 

Redmond Thomas, wines and liquors, wholesale 398 

Reitz F. A., Commercial Hotel D, front fly leaf 

Reyer & Thorns, saddlery hardware, etc., etc. 122 

Rhodes John W. physician 122 

Rider's Normal Institute of Penmanship 104 

Riggs C. M., druggist , 390 

Schmidt C. P., lager beer brewer 398 

Schmitt & Co., Cincinnati, show case manufacturers 114 

Scholtz Louis, merchant tailor B, front fly leaf 

Security Life and Annuity Co 412 

Sellers & Wood, saddles and harness 394 

Shaw B. C, carriage manufacturer 130 

Sinker & Co., Western Machine Works 110 

Sinnissippi Insurance Co corner cards in General Directory 

Smithmyer John L., architect 394 and 128 

Spicer B. M. & Co., real estate agents 122 

Sponsler & McCreery, china, glass, queensware, etc., etc M, front fly leaf 

Springfield Fire and Marine Insurance Co., G. P. Anderson, agt 126 

Steffens & Schneider, Phoenix Brass Foundry 128 

Strauss M. N. & Co., watches and jewelry 402 

Strauss & Ellenbogen, merchant tailors and clothing, retail J, front fly leaf 

Terre Haute & Indianapolis Railroad Railroad department 

The American Horse Insurance Co 394 

The Chicago Air Line R. R 134 

The Daily Herald, Hall & Hutchinson 385 

The Great Pacific Railroad Front fly leaf 

The Home Visitor, Bland, Myers & Woodbury 108 

Thornly Orion, steam engine manufacturer 118 

Traeyser & Robinson, piano manufacturers G, front fly leaf 

Tremont House, Gage & Drake 142 

Tutewiler Bros., stoves and house furnishing goods 102 

United States Express Co., J. Butterfield, agent H, front fly leaf 

United States Hotel, Cincinnati Railroad department 

United States Hotel, Louisville Railroad department 

Valentine W. H. & Co., hoop skirt manufacturers 412 

Vanhouten C. W. staple grocer 402 

Voegtle & Metzger, stoves and house furnishing goods F, front fly leaf 

Walker House, J. J. Walker & Son k 398 

Williams & Durbin, fancy groceries 128 

Youart J. M., surgeon, oculist and aurist 124 

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ALVEYJ. H. (Donaldson & Alvey), r. Illinois 
nr. North 
Amberg Charles, traveling agt., Clark & Linn, bds. 
Scott House 

BAKER SILAS C. with C. H. Buell, 29 W. Pearl, 
bet. Illinois and Meridian 
Belding G. T. (L. W. Rouee <fc Co.), r. Chicago, Il- 
linois 
Berry John R. (Berry <fc Salter), r. 3U W. New 

York 
Berry & Salter (John R. Berry and William H. 

Salter, props. The Western Star, 35 E. Market, 

Vinton's Block 
Blgelow Lafayette, gunsmith, bds. 231 E. Market 
Binnamon Henry, elk. r. 24 W. Georgia 
Bradley J. Ward (Bryant, Stratton & Co.), bds Bates 

House 
Brough & Lawton (John W. Brough and Charles A. 

Lawton), mfrs. agts. for railway supplies, etc. 

16 S. Delaware 
Buell C. H. prop. Buel's patent Medicines, 29 W. 

Pearl, bet. Illinois and Meridian 

CARPENTER P. H. chief elk. District paymas- 
ter's office, lll>i E. Washington 
Clark S. J. (Clark & Lynn), bds. Scott house 
Clark & Lynn (S. J. Clark and W. H. Lynn), props. 

Metropolitan soap works, 94 B. Washington 
Cox Charles, stoves, tinware, etc. T6 W. Washing- 
ton, r. Tl S. Meridian 

DE VED ANDREW J. (Edwards, Greenough & 
DeVed), Journal Building, Meridian, cor. 
Circle 
DIRECTORY OFFICE, Edwards, Greenough & De- 
Ved, props., Journal Building, Meridian, cor. 
Circle 
Donaldson & Alvey (C. S. Donaldson and J. H. Al- 
vey}, hats, caps, etc. whol. 54 S. Meridian 

EDWARDS, GREENOUGH & DE VED (Richard 
Edwards, William A. Greenough, jr.and Andrew 
J. DeVed), publishers Indianapolis City Direct- 
ory, and Directories for St. Louis, Louisville, 
Milwaukee, etc. etc. ofiSce Journal Building, 
Meridlau, cor. Cirele 

FLEMING GEORGE H. ^G. H. Fleming & Co.), 
r. 215 W. Ohio 
»orsyth L. Cass, Capt. A. Q. M., U. S. A. lll>i E. 

Washington, r. 23 E. Ohio 
Freedmen's Aid Commission, Jacob Willits secy, 
and general agt. office 62 E, Market 

GEHRHARDT RUDOLPH, lab. r. 187 E. Wash- 
ington 

HAMLIN L. H. fc Co. (L. H. Hamlin and G. F. E. 
Raschig). real estate brokers, 33>i N. Illinois 

Haueisen William (Charles Mayer & Co.) 

Hawkins E. boarding house, ws. Pennsylvania, nr. 
Washington 

Hazelton W. H. law student, Hendricks, Hord & 
Hendricks, r. Maryland, bet. Meridian and 
Pennsylvania 

Hendricks Abram W. (Hendricks, Hord <fc Hen- 
dricks), bds. Bates house 

Hendricks, Hord & Hendricks (Thomas A. Hen- 
dricks, Oscar B. Hord and Abram W. Hen- 



dricks), att'ys at law, .ffitna Building, S. Penn- 
sylvania 

Hendricks Thomas A. (Hendricks, Hord & Hen- 
dricks), >^ mile outside corporation, ter. South 
East 

Hervey J. W. physician, 14T N. Delaware, nr. 
Massachusetts av. 

Hord Oscar B. (Hendricks, Hord & Hendricks), r. 
California, cor. New York 

Hume N. elk. J. A. Tarlion, r. 56 N Tennessee . 

Hunt Charles T. telegraph opr. r. 294 N. Pennsyl- 
vania 

INDIANA Military Headquarters, lllK E. Wash- 
ington, Brig. Gen. T. Q. Pitcher, commanding 
District 

JAMES & Peabody (W. W. James and John Pea- 
body), wines and liquors, 27 W. Poarl 
Johnson Wesley S. moulder, D. Root <t Co. r. 33 
Dougherty 

KARLE George, boot and shoe maker, r. 82 S. 
Delaware 
Keeley Henry S. r. 146 N. Winston 

f YNN W. H. (Clark & Lynn), bds. Bates honse 



M 



AYER Charles (Charles Mayer & Co.) 



Mayer Charles & Co. (Charles Mayer and William 
Haneisen),toys, fancy goods, etc. 29 W.Wash- 
ington 

McGinness Owen, auction and commission mer- 
chant, 39 E. Washington, r. 41 Virginia av. 

Metzger Alexander, real estate and war claim 
agency, 6 Odd Fellow's Hall, r. 385 N. Penn- 
sylvania 

Mueller L. K. drugs and medicines, 187 E. Wash- 
ington, r. same 



EWKIRK George W. elk. Clark & Lynn, bds. 
Scott house 



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1) ASSKOPF George, pyrotechnist, r. 121 N. Noble 

Ray 0. W. agt. J. A. Tarlton, bds. 74 Ni Pennsyl- 
vania 

Rikhoflf J. G. (Rikhoff & Bro ), r. Cincinnati 

Rikhoff & Bro. (J. G. Rikhoff and H. Rikhoff), wines, 
liquors, etc. whol. 77 S. Meridian 

Roland Michael, lab. r. 183 High 

SINNISSIPI INSURANCE CO. office Vinton's blfc. 
opp. P. 0. 

rpARLTON J. A. & Co. (J. A. Tarlton and ), 

I 22 S. Meridian 

TUTEWILER BROTHERS, (John W., Henry W. 
and Charles W. Tutewiler), stoves and house 
furnishing goods, 230 E. Washington (See adv.) 

TTHL Peter, cigar maker, r. 424 E. Vermont 

Urey W. B. carpenter, r. 406 S. Tennessee 



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COUNTY OFFICERS — PUBLIC SCHOOLS. 



107 



6lh Ward— Henry Paul and William J. Wal- 
lace. 

7th Ward— Hubbard S. Adams and Andrew 
Unversaw. 

8th Ward— George Demuna and Frederick 
Fells. 

9th Ward— Jesse T. Murpliy and George 
Thomas. 

DAY PATROLMEN. 

1st Ward— David Powell. 
2d Ward— James N. Stevens. 
3d Ward— Michael R. Scudder. 
4th Ward— William Bietney. 
5th Ward — John A. Moore. 



6th Ward— Joseph P. Duvall. 
7th Ward— Thomas S. Wilson. 
8th Ward— Laven M. Russell. 
9th Ward— John L. Hanna. 

WOOD MEASURERS. 
Eastirn Market— L. H. Jameson. 
Western Market— John Ford. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Township Trustee— J. M. W. Langsdale. 

Justices of the Peace — Wm. Sullivan, Charlee 
Fisher, Alexander G. Wallace and Charles Con- 
Ion. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 



County Clerk— William Wallace. 

Deputy County Clerks— William C. Smock, 
Ovid D. Butler and John W. Coons. 

Sheriff— William J. H. Robinson. 

Deputy Sheriffs— Samuel A. Cramer and Job 
Elliott. 

Auditor— Jacob T. Wright. 

Deputy Auditors — F. W. Hamilton and Edward j and Lorenzo Van Seyoc 
M. Wilmington. ' 



Recorder— William J. Elliott. 
Deputy Recorder— William R. Strange. 
Treasurer— George F. Meyer. 
Deputy Treasurer— Arthur L. Wright. 
Surveyor— Oliver W. Voorbis. 
Coroner— Garrison W. Allred. 
Commissioners— Samuel Moore, George Bruce 



PUBLIC SCHOOLS. 



The City Schools are under the general man- 
agement of a Board of three Trustees, elected 
by the Common Council, viz : Thomas B. 
Elliott, W. H. L. Notjle and Clemens Vontiegut. 
Mr. Elliott is President and Mr. Noble Treas- 
urer of the Board. 

Superintendent of Public Schools, and Secre- 
tary of the Board, A. C. Shortridge. The office 
of the Board of Education is in Vinton's Block, 
opposite the Postoffice. 

There are nine school buildingi— one in each 
ward- and thirty-four teachers, ncludiug the 
teachers of music and gymnastics. 

The schools are all graded in accordance with 
the most approved system of Common Schools, 
and in the progress and advancement of pupils, 
will bear favorable comparison with the best 
schools in the country. 

In all, except the High School, the instructors 
are young ladies, educated to the profession of 
teacliing. This is an anomaly peculiar to Indi- 
anapolis. In all other large towns, so far as we 
have observed, the Principals of the Grammar 
and Intermediaie Schools are men. The success 
«f these young women in the management of our 
schools has been so decided as to leave no wish 
to return to the old system. Their employment 
in all grades has ceased to be an experiment. 

The Schools are divided into three depart- 
ments : Primary, Intermediate and High School, 
with four grades in eacli department. 

The Boird f>{ Trustees are now building two 
new school edifices, one in the eastern and one 
in the western par; of the city. They are plan- 
ned after the Boston Priiiiary School buildings, 
and include all the modern improvements in ven- 
tilating, heating, lighting, &c. 

These buildings will not cost less than $40,000, 
and will accommodate over one thousand pupils. 
It is contemplated, as soon as possible, to build 
a central High School building, on the site of the 
present second ward building ; also, a large 
building in the southern part of the city. 

Every effort is made by the School Officers to 
give efficiency and succesa to the schools, and 



our citizens have reasoti to look with pride on 
our superior graded system as one of the most 
important elements of our present and future 
prosperity. 

SCHOOLS AND TEACHERS. 
The following is the corps of instructors for 
the current year : 
Principal of High School— W. L Squire. 
Assistant— Miss Ellen S. Fleming. 

FIRST WAKD. 

School building, cor. of New Jersey and Ver- 
mont. 

Principal— Mrs. E. D. Kellogg. 

C. and D. Grades, Intermediate Department — 
Miss Clara Hoyt. 

A. and B. Grades, Primary Department— Miss 
Helen Gillet 

C. and D. Grades, Primary Department— Mrs. 
Mary H. Swift. 

SECOND WARD. 

School building, Delaware, bet. Vermont and 
Michigan. 

Principal— Miss H. N. Taylor. 

C. and D. Grades, Intermediate Department — 
Mrs. May S. Waldo. 

A. and B. Grades, Primary Department— Miss 
Anna E. Muirson, 

C. and D. Grades, Primary Department— Miss 
Laura Hoyt. 

THIRD WARD. 

School building, New York, bet. Illinois and 
Tennessee* 

Principal— Miss Eliza T. Ford. 

A. and B. Grades, Primary Department— Misi 
Mary Taylor. 

C. and D. Grades. Primary Department-MJM 
Mary Bradshaw. 

FOtniTH WARD. 

Old School building. Market, west of West- 
New School building, cor. of Michigan and 
Blackford. 



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COURTS— CHURCHES. 



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* Principal— Miss Clara Walker. 
Primary Department — Miss Annie Barbour. 

FIFTH WARD. 

School building, Maryland, bet. Mississippi 
and West. 

Principal— Miss Henrie Coljran. 

C. and D. Grades, Intermediate Department — 
Miss Eliza Cannell. 

A. Grade, Primary Department— Miss Mary 
Colgan. 

B. Grade, Primary Department— Miss Rebecca 
Jameson. 

•"C. and D. Grades, Primary Department— Miss 
N. Cropsey 

SIXTH WARD. 

School building, Pennsylvania, south of South. 
Principal— Miss Fidelia Anderson. 
Primary Department — Mias Alice Gray. 

SEVENTH WARD. 

School building, East, bet. Georgia and Louisi- 
ana. 
Principal — Miss Hessie Coe. 
Primary Department — Mary Perrott. 



EIGHTH WARD. 

School building, Virginia av. south of South. 

Principal — Miss A. B. McVay. 

C. iind D. Grades, Intermediate* Department — 
Miss Sarah Lebo. 

A and B. Grades, Primary Department— Misi 
Delia Wentz. 

C. and D. Grades, 'Primary Dep ^rtment— Misi 
Anna Tyler. 

NINTH WARD. 

School building, cor. of New York and David- 
son. New school building, cor. Vermont and 
Davidson. 

Principal— Mrs. Mary M. Richardson. 

A. and B. Grades, Primary Department— Miss 
Mary Marquis. 

C. and D. Grades, Primary Department — Miss 
Anna Jones. 

Teacher of German— Miss Brackenbush. 

Music Teacher (for all the Schools)— GeorgeJB. 
Loomis. 

Teacher of Gymnastics (for all the Schools)—- 
Miss Anna McVey. 



COURTS. 



SUPREME COURT OF THE STATE OP INDI- 
ANA. 

Terms — Fourth Mondays of May and Novem- 
ber. 

Judges- Hon. Charles A. Ray. Hon. Jehu T. 
Elliott, Hon. James S. Frazer and Hon. Robert 
C. Gregory. 

Clerk— Laz. Noble. 

Reporter — Benjamin Harrison. 

Sheriff— Samuel Lamb. 

U. S. CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OP 
INDIANA. 

Terms of Court -First Tuesdays of May and 
November. 

Judge— Hon. David Davis. 

Associate— Hon. David McDonald (also Dis- 
trict Judge). 

U. S. DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT 
OP INDIANA. 
Terms of Court — First Tuesdays of May and 
November. 



Judge— Hon. David McDonald. 

Clerk of U. S. Circuit and District Court*— 
John D. Howland. 

District Attorney — John Hunna. 

Deituty'Clerk- James Venable. 

Deputy Marshal— I. S. Btgelow. 

Land Office Register— Edward Browning. 

Commissioners— Edwin A. Davis, John W. Ray 
and Ebin W. Kimball. 

CIRCUIT COURT. 

Court meets— Fourth Mondays in March and 
September. Length of Terms— Eight weeki 
each. 

Judge — Hon. John Coburn. 

COURT OP COMMON PLEAS. 

Court meets— First Mondays of February, 
June aud October. 
Length of Terms— Six weeks each. 
Judge — Solomon Blair. 



CHURCHES. 



Baptist. 

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. 
Northeast cor. of Pennsylvania and New 
York. 

Erected in 1862. 

Pastor — Rev. Henry Day, D. D. 

Services (usual hours) morning and evening. 

Sabbath School at 2 P. M. 

Superintendent— J. R. Osgood. 

MISSION CHAPEL. 
Corner of Noble and South. 
Sabbath School at 9 A. M. 
Superintendent— Rev. C. W. Hewes. 

MISSION SABBATH SCHOOL. 
Corner Maryland and Tennesase, janction Ken- 
tucky av. 
Servites at 9 A. M. 



Superintendent — F. A. W.Davis. 

Assistants — J. A. Grosvenor and F. H. Kings- 
bury. 

Lady Assistant— Mi ss Mini Merrill. 

Secretary— E. W. Halford. 

Treasurer — Lewis Jordan. 

Librarians— Charles Dark, William Boaz and 
P. J.Reeves. 

Receiving Sfcretary — George M. Jennison. 

Trustees— W. H. L. Noble, P. H. Kingsbury, 
J. A. Grosvenor, F. A. W. Davis and Lewis Jor- 
dan. 

AFRICAN BAPTIST CHURCH. 

Missouri, bet. Ohio and New York. 
Pjstor- Rev. Moses Bryles. 
Hours of services 11 A. M. and 3 P. M. 
Sabbath School 9 A. M. 



W. HOLLAND. R. M. SCUDDER. 

tiim&i atf i&, 

73 South Illinois Street, 

One Square North of Unioa Depot, 



This House has just been 

Remodeled and Refitted, and 

FURNISHED IN FIRST CIJVSS STYLE. 

Strangers and citizens will be well used by calling on 

HOLLAND & SCUDDER, Prop's. 

E. T. SINKER. DANIEL YANDES. WILLIAM ALLEN. 

WESTERN MACHINE WORKS. 



SINKER & CO,, 

Manufacturers and Dealers in all kinds of 

Steam Engines and Boilers, 

Gircnlar Saw Mills, Mill Gearing, Sheet Iro nWork, 
PATENT GOVERNOR?, STEAM GUAGES AND WHISTLES, 

Stevens' Celebrated Steam Piston Packing, 

And all kinds of BBASS, EXGBE AJTD BOILER FIXTURES, 
CASTINGS made to order. Belting, Fire Brick &. Fire Clay for sale. 

Manufactory 125 South Penusjlrania Street, 
INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 

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CHURCHES. 



Ill 



Catholic. 

ST. JOHN'S CHURCH. 

^' North Bide Georgia, bet. Illinois and Tenaes- 
jsec. Erected 1850, 
f Pastor— Rev. Augustus Bezsonies. 
Assistant — Rev. Francies (Jouesse. 
Services 6 A.M. rf A. M. 8^ A. M. lOj A. M. 
and 3 P. M. 
fiaWjath School 2 P. M. 

ST. MARY'S CHURCH. 
Soutli side Marylaud. bet. PenQsylvani* aad 
Delawaie. Erected 1858. 
Pastor— Rev. S. Seigrist.- 
Servic-es 8 A. M. 10 A. M. 12 M. and 3 P. SI. 
Sabbath School 2J P. M. 

ST. PETER'S CHURCH. 
,^ Doagherty, nr. Virginia av. 

i Pastor— Rev. Joseph Petel. 
Services 8 A. M. and 10 A. M. 
Sermon in French immediately after the 10 A. 
ill. services. 
Sunday School 2 P. M. 
Christian. 

? CHRISTIAN CHAPEL. 

/ Located on the sw. cor. of Delaware and Ohio, 

I Date of ereetiott 1851. 

■i Pastor — Elder 0. A. Burgess. 



I Congregational. 

PLYMOUTH CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. 
Located on Meridian, nr. ne. cor. Circle. 
Date of erection 1858. 
Pastor— Rev. N. A. Hyde. 
Hours of service 10 1-2 A, M. 
Bible Class 2 1-2 P. M. Sunday. 

Zipiscopal. 

CHRIST'S CHURCH. 

Organized August 21, 1837. 

Corner stone of the first Church laid May 7, 
1838. Church occupiea November 18, 1838. 
Rev. J, B. Britton, Rector. Corner stone of the 
present stone Church laid June 21, 1859. Church 
consecrated for divin« wor.-(hip November 20, 
1862. Rev. J. C. Talbot, D. D. Rector. 

The present Rector is Rev. J. P. T. lugraham, 
D.D. 

Wardens — James Morrison and J. B. McChes- 
ney. 

Vestrymen— Charles Cox, John Love, R. L. 
Talbot, J. B. Howland, W. S. Edmonds, W. P. 
Bingham and W. T. Gibson. 

Services 10:30 A. M. and 2:30 P. M. 

Sabbath School 2:30 P. M. 

GRACE CHURCH. 
Corner Pennsylvania and St, Joseph. 
Consecrated July, 1865. 
Rector— M. V. Averill. 
aervices 10:30 A. M. and 4 P. M. 
Sunday School 2:30 P.M. 
Pews free. 

German Bvangelical. 

ZION'S CHURCH, 
Located ns. Ohio, bet. Meridian and Illinois. 
Erected 1842. 
Pastor— Her. Quinius. 
Hours of divine servico 10:30 A. M aad 7:30 



I GERMAN EVANGELICAL CHURCH. I 

1 East side New Jersey, bet. Market and Ohio, i 

Erected 1853. 

Pastor— Rev. J. M. Gomer. 

Services 10:30 A. M. and 7:30 P. M. 

Sabbath School 2 P. M. 

Oerman Reformed. j 

FIRST GERMAN REFORMED CHURCH, \ 
East side Alabama, bet. Market and Washing- 
ten. 

Erected 1852. ; 

Past'ir— Rev. J. H. Eschmeirer. ■ 

Services 10:30 A. M. and 7 P. M. i 

Thursday evenings, Bible instruction. ' 
SabbathSchool9 A. M. 

Jewish Synagogue. 

In Judah's Block, ss. Washington, opp. Court 
House, 
Minister— Rev. J. Wechsler. 
Service 9 A. M. Saturday. 

Friends' Church. 

Southeast cor. Delaware and St. Clair. 

Erected 1856. 

Ministers— David and Hannah B. Tatum and 
Jane Trueblood. 

Hours of service 10:30 A. M. Sabbath and 10:Jtt 
A, M. Thursdiys. 

Sabbath School 9 A. M. . 

Lutheran. I 

FIRST ENGLISH EVANGELICAL LUTHERA^ 
CHURCH. 

Corner of Alabama and New York. 

Pastor — Rev. J. Kunkelman. 

Services 10:30 A. M. and 7:30 P. M. 

Sabbath School 2 P. M. 

Organised January 2, 1837. Present Chnrok 
erected 1854. , 

GERMAN LUTHERAN CHURCH. I 

Northeast cor. East and Georgia. < 

Erected 1861. 

Pastor — Rev. Chniies Freke. 
Services 10:30 A. M. 
Sunday Sohool 2 P. M. 

Thursday evening. Prayer Meetings, commeno- 
ingat7:30. 

Methodist. | 

TRINITY CHURCH. I 

Northwest cor. Alabama and North. (Now 
building). 
Pastor— Rev. "VV. J. Vigns. 
Hoars of service 10:30 A. M. and 7:30 P. M. 
Sunday School 2 P. M. 

AS BURY CHAPEL. 

West side New Jersey ,bet. Louisiana and Southi 

Erected 1850. 

Pastor— Rev. P. C. Holliday. 

Services 10:30 A. M. and 7:30 P. M. 

Sabbath School 2 P. M. 

ROBERTS' CHAPEL. 
Northeast oor. Pennsylvania and Market, 
Erected 1844. 

Pastor— Rev. Simon Kinnan. 
Hours of service 10 1-2 A. M. and, 7. ]j-»P: Mi 
Sunday School 2 P. M. 

STRANGE OHAPEL. 
East side Tenaeaaee, bet. New York and Ver- 
uont. 




-^tna Building, N. Pennsylvania Street, 



For tie Evocation of Laflies M Geitlemei in all llat 



The object of this Institation is to qualify Young Men in a thorongh and practical 
manner for the Countiug Room, and business pursuits in general. 

THE COURSE OF INSTRUCTION 

Now introduced in this College is destined to ontriTal all other methods of teaching now 
in use, and is founded upon the motto, " Teach yonne: men at school what they will be 
required to perform when engaged in the active pursuits of life." 

This Institution has arrangements and facilities for giying young men such an 
education. 

Furdy's MTew System of Theoretical Book-Keeping', 

Acknowledged to be the best ever published in this country or Europe, and secured to 
him by copy right, fits the student for the actual business department in an almost in- 
credible short space of time- In the 

ACTUAL BUSINESS DEPARTMENT 

Is represented in practice, Wholesale, Retail, Individual, Partnership, Compound Com- 
pany Partnership. Jobbing. Forwarding and Commission, Shipping, Manufacturing, 
Railroading, Steamboating, Banking, &c. The " College Bank " is a Bank of Issue, and 
has a capital of one million dollars, and in it the student is taught the actual duties of 
First Teller. Second Teller, Note Teller, Discount Clerk, Book-Keeper, Cashier, and Pres- 
ident, as though he was in the actual business world. The currency of the bank affoids 
cash capital for the students of the College ; merchandise and other kinds of property 
being represented by scrip. 



Is Taught by the best Penman in tlie World. 
LEOTURES 

Will be given upon all subjects pertaining to Business. 

Phonographv and Telegraphing 

Will be taught in a thorough manner, by competent teachers, to those who desire it, at 
extra charge. 

TIME OP ENTRANCE.— As there is no class systems, students may enter at any 
time, and complete the entire course in from six to twelve weeks, as each student is 
taught separately, which much facilitates his progress. 

For further information call at the College rooms, or address (with stamp enclosed), 
the Principal, 

WM. PURDY. 



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Erected 1852. 

Pastor— Kev. James W. Green. 
Servicps tO 1-2 A. M. and 7 1-2 P. M. 
Sabbath School 2 P. M. 

WESLEY CHAPEL. (U.K.), 
Southwest cor. Meridian and Circle. 
Erected 1827. 

Pastor— Rev. W. McK. Hester. 
Services 10 1-2 A.M. and 7 1-2 P. M. 
Sunday School 2 P. M. 

GERMAN M. E. CHURCH. 

North side Ohio, bet. New Jersey and East. 

Erected 1850. 

PaPtor — Rev. A.Loebenstein. 

Services 10 1-2 A. M..and 7 P. M. 

Sabbath School 9 A.M. 

AFRICAN M. E. CHtTRCH. 

North Bide Georgia, bet. Miasissipj^i abd Mis- 
esonri. 

> Pastor— Rev. W. S. Lankford. 
' Services 10 1-2 A. M. and 7 1-2 P. M. 

Sabbath School 2 P.M. 

Fresbjrterian. 

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. 
Northeast cor. of Market and Circle. 
Pastor — Rev. J. Howard Nixon. 
Hours of divine service 10 1-2 A. M. and 7 1-2 
^P. M. 

Sabbath School 2 12 P. M. 

SECOND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. 
Located nw. cor. Circle and Market. 
Pastor— Rev. H. A. Eason. 
Services 10 1-2 A. M. and 7 1-2 P. M. 
Sabbath School 2 P. M. 

THIRD PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. 
Northeast cor. Illinois and Ohio. 
Erected 1859. 



Pastor— Rev. George C. Hcckman. 
Services 10 1-2 A. M. and 7 1-2 P. M. 
Sabbath School 2 P. M. 

FOURTH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, 
r; Corner Delaware and Market. 
•Erected 1858. 

Pastor— Rev. Charles H. Marshall. 
Services 10 1-2 A. M. and 7 P. M. 
WeeKiy Prayer Meeting Thursday evening. 
Sabbath School 2 P. M. 

FIFTH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. 
East side New Jersey, bet. Washington and 
Maryland. 
Pastor— Rev. C. E. Kuester. 
Services 10 A. M. and 7 1-2 P. M. 

UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. 
North iide Ohio, bet. Pennsylvania and Delft- 
ware. 

Erected 1850. 
Pastor— Rev. Gilbert Small. | 

Services 101-2 A.M. and 7 1-2 P. M. I | 

Sabbath School 2 P.M. '^ 

Universalist. 

UNI7ERSALIST CHURJH. 

In College Hall, cor. Pennsylvania and Waslj* 
iuRton. ;< 

Pastor— Rev.. B.F. Foster. 
Services 10 1-2 A. M. and 7 1-2 P. M. 
Sunday School 2 P. M. 

United Brethren. 

UNITED BRETHERN CHURCH. 
Southeast cor. New Jersey and Ohio. 
Erected 1848. 

Pastor— Rev. Thomas Evans. 
Services 10 1-2 A. M. and 7 1-2 P.M. 
Sabbath School 2 P. M. 



SECRET AND BENEVOLENT SOCIETIES. 



IMCasonic. 

§ ANCIENT AND ACCEPTED RITE. 

. Meets every Wednesday evening, at their Hall, 

'Yohn's Building, cor. Meridian and Waahington. 

INDIANA CONSISTORY OF S. P. OF E. S- 

OFFrCBRS. 

Senior Grand Commander- Edwin A. Davis. 
V. G. Secretary — Luther Martin. 
V. G. Treasurer— J. W. Hess. 

INDIANAPOLIS CHAPTER OF ROSE CROIX. 

OFFICERS. 

\ M. W. and P. Master— John Love. 

I M. E. S. Warden— T. P. Haughey. 

I R. and P. Secretary- Luther Martin. 

- &. and P. Treasurer— J. W. Hess. 

SAEAIT COUNCIL OF PRINCES OP JERUSA- 
LEM. 

OFFICERS. 

M. B. Grand Master— P. G. C. Hunt. 

V. G. Keeper of the Seal-— Luther Martin. 

V. G. Treasurer— J. W. Hess. 

ADONIEAM GRAND LODGE OP PEBPEC- 
TION. 

OFFICERS. 

T. P. Grand Master— John Caven. 



GRAND COUNCIL OF ROYAL AND SELECT 
MASTERS OP THE STATE OP INDIANA. 

OPriCERS. 

Most Puissant Grand Master— Comp. Eden H. 
Drvis, Shelbyville. 

Deimty Puissant Grand Master — Comp. Thos. 
Newby, Cambridge City. 

Thrice Illustrious Grand Master— Comp. Thos. 
Pattison, Aurora. 

Grand Principal Conductor of the Work — 
Comp. Peter H. D. Bandy, Muncie. 

Grand Captain of the Guards- Comp. Wm. W. 
Austin, Richmond. 

Grand Treasurer — Comp. Charles Fisher, tni- 
dianapolis. 

Grand Recorder— Comp. William Hacker, In- 
dianapolis. 

Grand Chaplain— Comp. Thomas H. Lynch, 
Shelbyville. 

Grand Steward and Sentinel— Comp. Abner A. 
Wilson, Indianapolis. 

The Grand Council of Royal and Select Mas- 
ters, «f the State of Indiana, will hold its next 
Annual Communication at the Grand Masonic 
Hall, in the City of Indianapolis, at 2 o'clock P. 
M., on the Tuesday (22d day) preceding the 
fourth Monday in May, 1866. 



PEARL GROCERY, 

No. 26 South Meridian St. 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

GROCERIES, 

FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC 



And eyerything that is to be found in tlie Grocery line. 

J8S" Goods delivered to any part of the City free of charge. 

WALKEK W. McCLAIN. CHARLES M. GUTHRIDGE. 

No. 27 West Pearl Street, 

Wholesale Importers, Manufacturers and Dealers in 

CHAMPAIGNE, SPARKLINS CATAWBA, 

Khine, and all Foreign and American Wines. 
ALSO SUPERSOR BOTTLED SODA WATER. 

WM. SCHMITT. L. WIEGBL. 

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LATE SCHMITT 81. BRO., 

SHOW CASE 

WMm stf ss, 

66 Main Street, CINCINNATI, OHIO. 



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115 



GRAND CHAPTER. 

OFFICERS. 

M. E. Grand High Priest— Comp. Thomas Pat- 
tis^n. of Aurora. 

R. E. Deputy Grand High Priest— Comp. Thos. 
Newhy, of Cambridge City. 

R. E. Grand King— Comp. Hugh Hanna, Wa- 
bash. 

R. E. Grand Scribe— Comp. R. J. Chestnut- 
wood, of South Bend. 

E. Grand Treasurer— Comp. Charles Fisher, of 
•.Shelbyville. 

' E. (Jrand Secretary— Comp. William Hacker, 
fof Indianapolis. 

; Grand Chaplain — Comp. Rev. John Leach, of 
New Carlisle. 

Grand Captain of the Host— Comp. Joseph 
Freeman, of Fort Wayne. ; 

Grand Royal Arch Captain — Comp. John W. 
Burson, of Muncie.. 

Grand Guard— Comp. Abner A. Wilson, of In- 
dianapolis. 

The Grand Chapter of Royal Arch Masons, of 
the State of Indiana, will hold its next Annual 
Communication at the Grand Masonic Hall, in 
the' City of Indianapolis, at 2 o'clock P. M., on 
the Wednesday (23d day) preceding the fourth 
Monday in May, 1866. 

The next Annual Conclave of the Grand Cora 
mandery of Knights Templars of the State of In 
diana, will be held at the Grand Masonic Hall 
in the City of Indianapolis, at 2 o'clock P. M. 
ou the first Tuesday (3d day) of April, 1866. 

GRAND COMMANDERY OF KNIGHTS TEM 
PLARS. 

OFFICERS. 

Grand Commander— Sir William Hacker, Shel 
byville. 

Deputy Grand Commander— Sir Harvey G 
Hazelrig!.', Lebanon. 

Grand Generalissimo— Sir Thos. Newby, Cam 
bridge City. 

Grand Captain General— Sir D. P. Whedon 
Fort Wayne. 

Grand Treasurer— Sir Charles Fisher, Indian 
apolis. 

Grand Recorder- Sir William Hacker, Shelby 
ville. 

Grand Prelate— Sir Thomas H. Lynch, Shelby 



jville, 

Grand Senior Warden — Sir George W. P tr 

"New Albany. 

Grand Junior Warden — Sir Solomon D. Bay- 
less, Fort Wayne. 

., Grand Sword Bearer— Sir Lawrence B. Stock 

rton, Lufayette. 

Grand Standard Bearer— Sir Lewis Bark, Rich 

.mond. 

: Grand Warden— Sir William W. Clinedenst 

'Centreville. 

[ Grand Captain of the Guards— Sir Abner A 

jWilson, Indianapolis. 

i The next Annual Conclave of the Grand Com- 
mandery of Knights Templars of the State of In 

"diana. will beheld at the Grand Masonic Hall, in 
the Citv of Indianapolis, at 2 o'clock P. M., on 
the first Tuesday (3d day) of April, 1866. 

ADONIRAM GRAND LODGE OP A. AND A. 
RITE OF MASONS. 

OFFICERS. 

■ Election February 3, 1865. 

t Thrice Potent Grand Master— John Caven. 

i Horam of Tyre Deputy Grand» Master — Wm. 

jSullivan. 

f. Venerable Senior Gran* Master— John Love. 

i Venerable Junior Grand Master — Edmond 

*Clark. 



Grand Keeper of the Seals— Isaac Hodgson. 

Grand Treasurer — James W. Hess. 

Grand Secretary— Luther R. Martin, 

Grand Orator — Wm. Wallace, 

Gnind Master of Ceremonies — Horace W. 
Smith. 

Grand Captain of the Guards— W. J. H, Robin- 
son. 

Grand Hospitaller— S. A. Fletcher. 

Grand Tyler— Carey C. Reeves. 

SARAIT COUNCIL OF PRINCES OF JERUSA- 
LEM A. AND S. RITE OF MASONS. 

OFFICERS. 

Election May 10. 1866. , 

Most Equitable Sovereign Prince Grand Master 
— Phineas G. C. Hunt, 

J. Grand High Priest and Sub-Deputy Grand 
•Master— John C. New. 

Most Enlightened Senior Grand Warden— Chas. 
A. Rrty. 

Most Enlightened Junior Grand Warden — John 
Caven. 

Valorous Grand Keeper of the Seals— Luther 
R. Martin. 

Valoroi'.s Grand Treasurer — James W. Hess. 

Valorous Grand Master of Ceremonies— W. 
Oscar Stone. 

Valorous Grand Master of Entrances— Fred. M. 
Herron. 

Valorous Grand Tyler — Carey C. Reeves. 

RAPER COMMANDERY, No. 1. 
Stated meetings, fourth Wednesday of each 
month. 

OPFICERa. 

E. C— Ephriam Colestock. 

G Levi Gustin. 

C. G— W. T. Clark. 
Prelate- Wm. Hacker. 
Senior Warden— Roger Parry. 
Junior Warden— Eli Si Dow. 
Treasurer— John C. Brinkmeyer. 
Recorder — Charles Fisher, 
Warder— Geo. H. Fleming. 
Sentinel — Abner A. Wilson. 

INDIANAPOLIS COUNCIL, No. 2. 
Stated meetings, first Monday in each month. 

OFFICERS. 

Thrice Illustrious Grand Master— John M. 
Bramwell. 

Thrice Illustrious Deputy Grand Marshal — 
Ephriam Colestock. 

P. C. Warden— Francis King. (Deceased.) 

C. G.— Winston P. Noble. 

Treasurer — John C Brinkmeyer. 

Recorder — Charles Fisher. 

Sentinel— Abner A. Wilson. 

INDIANAPOLIS CHAPTER, No. 5. 
Stated meetings, 1st Friday in each month, f 

OFFICERS. 

High Priest— John M. Bramwell. 

K Ephvaim Colestock. 

S.— John J. Thorp. (Deceased.) 

C. H.— Roger Parry. 

P. S— W. T. Clark. 

B. A. C— Martin Igoe. 

Isl V. Grand Master— Byron B. Dye. 

2d V. Grand Master— John C. Brinckmeier. 

3d V. Grand Master— Francis Farman. 

Treasurer— John Reynolds, 

Secretary— Charles Fisher, 

Guard— Abner A. Wilson. 

GRAND LODGE. 

GRAND OFFICERS. 

Grand Master— M. W. Harvey G, Hazelrigg, 
Lebanon. 



SEVENTH 

OP THE 




OF INDIANAPOLIS, IND., 

MADE JULY 1st, 1865, 

SHOWING AN 

Unimpaired Accumulated and Oash Capital 



AMOUNTING TO 



Policies issued by this Company for 

FIVE & SEVEI^ YE^RS, 



O FFI C E 



No. 5 Odd Fellows' Hall, up stairs. 

This Company insures only Farm Buildings and detached Dwellings with their con- 
tents. The only Company in the btate that confines its business exclusively to insurance 
of first class property, and the inducements for citizens of Indiana to become members 
are unsurpassed by any similir Institution. 



J. S. HARVEY, 
FREDERICK BAGGS, 



BOARD OF DIRECTORS: 

JOHN PETERSON, 
O. P. BADGER. 
C. C. OLIN. 



CHAS. HENLY, 
WM. T. GIBSON. 



J.S. HARVEY, President. 
VErM.T. GIBSON, Secretary. 
FREDJBRICK BAGGS, Treasurer. 

C. C. OLIN, General Agent. 



SECRET AND BENEVOLENT SOCIETIES. 



117 



Deputy Grand Master— R. W. William J. Mil- 
lard, Milleraville, (Jamea' Switch PostoflBce). 

Senior Grand Warden— R. W. George W. Por- 
ter. New Albany. 

Junior Grand Warden— R. W. Martin H. Rice, 
Plymouth. 

Grand Treasurer — R. W. Charles Fiaher, Indi- 
anapolis. 

Grand Secretary— R. W. William Hacker, Shel- 
by ville. 

Grand Chaplain— Rev. John Leach, New Car- 
lisle. 

■ Grand Lectnrer- Bro. Samuel H. Shoaff. Fort 
Wayne. 

Grand Marshal— Bro. Lyndon A. Smith, Terre 
Haute. 

Grand Senior Deacon— Bro. George H. Alward. 
South Bend. 

Grand Junior Deacon— Bro. Benj. L. Smith, 
Columbus. 

Grand Tyler-Bro. Abner A. Wilson, Indian- 
apolis. 

The next Annual Communication of the Grand 
Lodge will be held at the Grand Masonic Hull, in 
the City of Indianapolis, commencing at 2 o'clock 
P.M., on the Tuesday next succeeding the fourth 
■Monday (29th day) of Mny, 1866. 

CENTER LODGE, No. 23. 
Stated meetings, ^first Wednesday in each 

rntb. 
OFFICKRS. 

• W. Master— Winston P. Noble. 
■ Senior Warden — Byron E. Dye. 

1 JuniorWarden- Benj. C. Darrow. 
Treasurer- Isaac H. Roll. 
Secretary — Charles Fisher. 
Senior Deacon— Charles H. Summers. 
Junior Deacon— Edwin Lemon. 
Tyler— Wm. J. Robinson. 

MARION LODGE, No. 3^. 
Stated meetings, third Wednesday in each 

fonth. 
0FFICKB3. 

Worthy Maater- Roger Parry. 

Senior Warden— Francis Farman. 

Junior Warden -John Reynolds. 
. Treasurer— James Sulgrove. - 
, Secretary — John M. Brarawell. 

Senior Deacon — John Ebert, 

Junior Deacon— Jacob Klinginsmith, Jr. 
, Tyler— Abner A. Wilson. 

^ I CAPITAL CITY LODGE, No. 312. 

* OFFICERS. 

Stated Meeting— First Tuesday in each month. 

W.'Master- Aaron D. Ohr. 

Senior Warden — Joseph P. Trowbridge. 
i Junior Warden— Jacob King.^ 

Treasurer— Wm. Davis. 

Secretary- W. H. Smith. 

Senior Deacon— Geo- H. Fleming. 
.; Junior Deacon — W. F. McAllister. 

• Tyler— R. Ferguson. 

^CIENT LANDMARKS LODGE, No. 319, F. 

• AND A. M. 

' Stated meetings, second Taesday in each 
inonth. 

I OFFICERS. 

* W. Master— John Love. 

- Senior Warden— J. W. Hess. 

Junior Warden— Edmund C. Clark. 

'Sreasurer— J. H. Baldwin. 

Secretary— M. H. Halpin. 
. Senior Deacon— Geo. S. Warren. 

Junior Deacon— Geo. W. Paroell. 

Tyler— C. C. Reeves. 



INDIANAPOLIS CHAPTER A. AND A. RITE 
OP MASONS. 

OFFICERS. 

Election May 10. 1865. 

Most Wise and Perfect Master— John Love. 

Most Excellent and Perfect Knight Senior War- 
den — Thoa. P. Haughey. 

Most Excellent and Perfect Knight Junior 
Warden— Theodore F. Holland. 

Respected and Perfect Knigbt Captain of 
Guards^John J. Gates. 

Respected and Perfect Knight Master of Cere* 
monies — James A. Butterfield. 

Respectfdand Perfect Knight Treasurer — L, 
R. Martin. 

Respected and Perfect Knight Secretary — 
James W. Hess. 

Grand Tyler-^Carey C. Reeves. 

INDIANA CONSISTORY A. AND A. RITE Of 
MASONS.. 

OFFICERS. 

Election May 12, 1865. 

Illustrious Sovereign Commander-iu-Chief-- 
EdWin A. Davis. 

Illustrious First Lieut. Commander — PhineaA 
P. C. Hunt. 

Illustrious Second Lieut. Commander— CharloB 
A. Ray. 

Valorous Minister of State — John Love. 

Valorous Grand Chancellor — John Caven. 
■ Valorous Grand Secretary— Luther R. Martin. 

Valorous Grand Treasurer — Jas. W. Hess. 

Valorous Grand Master Architect— Theodore 
P. Holland. 

Valorous Grand Standard Bearer— George P. 
Meyer. 

Valorous Grand Sentinel— Samuel Johnson. 

Valorous Grand Tyler— Carey C. Reeves. 

X. O.of O. F. 

GRAND LODGE OF INDIANA. 

Grand Lodge of Indiana, L O. 0. F., holds its 
semi-annual communications ut Odd Fellows' Hall 
in the City of ludianspolis, on the third Tues- 
days in May and November of each year. 

Stated meetings, third Monday in May and No- 
vember* 

GRAND OFFICERS. 

M. W. Grand Master— T. B. McCarty. 

R. W. Deputy Grand Marshal — Joseph A. 
Punk. 

R. W. Grand Warden— John Caldwell. 
. R. W. Grand Secretary — E. H. Barry. 

R. W. Grand Treasuier—T. P. Haughey. 

Grand Chiiplain— G. W. Curtis. 

Grand Maishal— W. W. Irons. 

Grand Conductor — E. A. Jones. 

Grand Herald— Reuben Roberston. 

Grand Guardian — Christopher Toler. 

Grand Representative (for two years)— H. I>, 
Scott. 

Grand Representative (for one year)— W. Mi 
French. 

CENTRE LODGE, No. 18. 

Meets Tuesday of each week. 

OFFICERS. 

Noble Grand— Willi im Henesley. 
Vice Grand— John W. Busket. 
Secretary — Samuel Raymond. 
Treasurer — H. A. Fletcher. 
Per. Secretary— Geo. P. Anderson. 

PHILOXENIAN LODGE, No. 44. 
Meets Wednesday of each week. 

OFFIOBRS. 

Noble Grand— M. S. Huey. 



ARTISTS' EMPORIUM. 



J. PERRY ELLIOTT'S 




8 and 10 East Washington St., 

I]VDI^IVAPOL.l!l$, IIVD. 



Photog'raph§ copied from old pictures, enlarged to any 
size desired, plain or colored in Oil, Water Colors, or 
India Ink, in the finest gtyle of the art. Also, a splendid 
assortment of 

PHOTOGRAPHIC ALBUMS 

Constantly on hand and for sale at least TWENTY PEE 
CENT cheaper than they are sold elsewhere in the City of 
INDIANAPOLIS, or in INDIANA. 

JOHN KILGORE, 



Office, 15 Jtti^er's Block, 

North Illinois Street, one square north of the Bates House, 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 



Mechanical Dentistry executed with promptness, properly. 

ORION THORNLEY, 

MANUFACTURER OF 

STEAM ENGINES from Three to Five Horse Power, 

HOESE POWEES, DEAG SAWS, 

Shingle Machines, Lath Cutters, Sugar Mills, Cider Mills, Mor- 
ticing Machines, Wood Splitters, Saw Mandrills, Turning 
Lathes, Mandrills for Circular Saws for sawing wood. 

^^ Repairing done promptly. All letters on business will receive prompt attention. -^£01 

Macbine Shop 28 East lioaislana Street, north cide Unioa Railroad track, half 
square east of the Unioa Depot, Indianapolis, Ind. 



SECRET AND BENEVOLENT SOCIETIES. 



119 



Vice Grand— J. M. Kemper. 
Rec. Secretary— John Reynolds. 
Per. Secretary— Geo. D. Staats. 
Treasurer--J^. 8. Byram. 

CAPITAL LODGE, No. l24. 
Meets Tuesday of each week. 

OFFICERS. 

Noble Grand— R. M. Stokes. 
Vice Gr.and— W. M. Davis. 
Secretary- J. H. Smith. 
Per. Secietary- J. F. Wallaek. 
Treasurer— R. C Stout. 

GERMANIA LODGE, No. 129. 

OFFICERS. 

Noble Grand— C Rune. 
Vice Grand— F. Tboms. 
Pecretary — Henry Webber. 
Treasurer — Wm. Banse. 
Per. Secretary — Tob. Bender. 

GRAND ENCAMPMENT OF L O. O.F. 
Holds its semi-annnal meetings at Odd Fel- 
lows' Hall, in the City of Indianapolis, on the 
third Tuesday in May and November, of each 
year. 

GRAND OFFICERS. 

M. W. Grand Patriarch— F. J. Blair. 

M. E. Grand High Priest— Thomas Under- 
wood. 

Grand Senior Warden— John F. Wallick. 

Grand Junior Warden — George H. Brinkmey- 
■«r. 

Grand Scribe— E. H. Barry. 

Grand Treasurer. -T. P. Haughey. ■ 

Graud Sentinel— Christopher Toler. 

Deputy Grand Sentinel— Joseph S. Watson. 

Grand Representatives — Cyrus Nutt and Leoni- 
das Sextun. 

KETROPOLITAN ENCAMPMENT, No. 5. 
Ueets Srst and third Mondays ia each month. 

OFFICEBS . 

Grand Patriarch — John Reynolds. 
High Priest— Wm. McCool. 
Senior Warden — L. T. Goe. 
Junior Warden — J. B. Ryan, 
Scribe— J. H. E. Smith. 
Treasurer— H. A. Fletcher. 

MARION ENCAMPMEJfT, No. 35. 
Meets second aud fourth Mondays ia «ach 
month. 

OFFICERS. 

Grand Patriarch— J. B. Keller. 
High Priest — Richard Martin. 
Senior Warden — Jos. Meyers. 
Junior Warden — R. A.CampbelL] 
Scribe- E. H Walton. 
Treasurer — Johu Wallaek. 

TEUTONIA ENCAMPMENT, No. 67. 



Grand Patriarch — Charles Lauer. 
High Priest -C. Rune. 
Senior Warden — C. Heckman. 
Junior Warden — J. D. Prioz. 
Scribe— P. Lebr. 
Treasurer — John Schneider. 
Per. Scribe— Tob. Bender. 

ons of Temperance. 

GRAND DIVISION OF INDIANA. 

OFFICERS. 

Grand Worthy Patriarch — B. J. Morris. 
Grand Worthy Associate— Alfred Stev«ns, of 
fjftwrenceburg. 



Grand Scribe — L. P. Abbott, of Indianapolis. 

GrandTreasurer— J. A. Abbott, of Indianapo- 
lis. 

Grand Conductor— 0. T. Briggs, of Newport. 

Grand Chaplain— R. T. Brown, of Indianapo- 
liSi 

Giand Sentinel— E. T. Tenny, of Lawrence- 
burg. 

WASHINGTON DIVISION, No. 10. 
Meetings held every week, at Temperanoe 
Hall, 24 1-2 W. Washington. 

OFFICERS. 

Worthy Patriarch— D. F. Richardson. 
Worthy Associate — E. L. Alia. 
Recording Secretary — J. H. C. Smith. 
Assistant Recording Secretary— B. A. Rich- 
ardson. 
Financial Secretary — ^Thomas Donnell. 
Trea>urer — R. Thomas. 
Conductor— T. A. Nelson. 
As.«istaiit Conductor — Alex. Harbinson. 
In.side Sentinel— Fred D. Obert. 
Outside Sentinel — Thomas Davis. 
Ohaprairi.-Rev. Henry Wright. 
Past Worthy Patriarch— E. J. Morris. 

LADT OFFICERS. 

L. S Miss Robertson. 

L. C— Mi.s3 Mary E. Olin. 
L. A. 1st C. — Miss Laura B. Davis. 
L. A. 2d C — Mrs. H. Hunter. 
L. A. 3d C— Fannie Montieth. 

Druids. 

GERMAN LODGE. 
Meets in Judah's Block, opposite Courthouse, 
once a week, each Monday. 

OFFICERS. 

E. E.— C. Grierhauer. 
U. E.— Frank Grie.ser. 
Secretary — Frank Sundereeke. 
Financial Secretary — Frank Damme. 
Treasurer— P. Brown. 

INDIANAPOLIS ACADEMY OP MEDICINE. 

Organieed October 3. 1865. 

Occupies rojras in College Hall Building, on 
E. Washington. 

Regular meetings, first and third Tuesday ev- 
enings of each month, at 7 1-2 P. M. 

OFFICERS. 

President— Dr. T. B. Harvey, 
Vice-President— Dr. J. H. Woodburn. 
Secretary— Dr. W. W. Woollen. 
Treasurer— Dr. W. B. Fletcher. 

YOUNG MEN'S LIBRARY ASSOCIATION. 

Third story, Hubbard's Block, nw. cor. Meri- 
dian and Washington. 

Organized January, 1864. 

Open to strangers every day and evening, SnO' 
days excepted. 

OFFICERS. 

President — John Caven. 
Vice-Presidents— Abraham C. Shortridge. 
Treasurer— David M. Taylor. 
Secretary— Barton D. Jones. 

TURNERS' SOCIETY. 

Meets every Saturday, at Miller's Hall, South 
Delaware. 

Place of Practice, German Free School Yard, 
on Maryland, bet. Delaware and Alabama. 

OFFICERS. 

President — F. Erdelmeyer. 
Vice-President— W. Kugleman. 



Phoenix Foundry & Machine Works. 

No. 370 West Washington St., Indianapolis. 

Are prepared to execute with 
dispatch all orders for ITIa« 
chinery, Castiuss, ZniU 
Gearing, Cane Mills, 
Shafting, Drag- Saw 
maclilues, and repair of 
Steam Engines, &c. 

Their Drag Saw Ma- 
cliine (see cut) is one cf the 
Ter^- best applications «i power 
to cross cutting logs. 

Their Cane Mill is effec 
t've and substantial. It is fullj 
warranted. 

No. 370 West Wasliington Street, Indianapolis, Ind. 

WE LIVE TO DYE AND DYE TO LIVE. 




JAMES W. DIXON 

Can still be found at Ms StLOp, 

,NO. 32 NORTH MISSOURI, 

West of Canal, bet. Washington and Market Streets. 
4^ I wish it distinctly understood that I hare no connection with any other honse in the City. 

COLORING AND CLEANING 

Done of every description. 
LOOK OUT FOR THE UNION DYE HOUSE. 



JAMES H. EAST, 

(Successor to G. B. Wilgas), 

GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, 

FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FRUITS. 

^^ All goods deliyered promptly and free of cosk. 

No. 94 N. Illinois, comer Ohio. 



INSTITUTES, COLLEGES, ETC., ETC. 



121 



Secretary— John Block. 
Corresponding Secretary — M. Moesh. 
Turnervarths — F. Staffensand M. Maeke. 
Treasarer— John F. Meyer. 

CABINET MAKERS' UNION, 

Office, No. 121 E. Washington. 
Organized December 6, 1862. , 

OFFICERS. 

President — John Herrmann. 

Secretary— Gustav Stark. 

Treasurer — "Valentine Schlotzhauer. 

Trustees — John Herrmann, Gustav Stark and 
■Valentine Schlotzhauer. 

Directors — Henry Bauer. Jacob Deikert, Geo. 
A. Aibrecht, WilliaiH Aufderhaide and Gustay 
Herrmann. 

INDIANAPOLIS MAENNBRCHER GERMAN 
SOCIETY. 
Meets at Miller's Hall, S. Delaware. 

OFFICERS. 

President— Charles Coulon. 
Vice Presidents — Kothe Seeretair and Leon 
Haller. 
Treasurer — Charles Fruee, 
Librarian — R. Bannersheidt. 
Musical Director— A. Kantman, 

INDIANAPOLIS ORDER OF HARIGARIE, 
Meets Tuesday and Wednesday of each week 
in Judah's Block, opposite Court House. 

OFFICERS. 

O.B— Herman Richter. 

U. B. — Joseph Gardner. 

Ist Secretary — Prank Sonderegger. 

2d Secretary— William Dietrick. 

Treasurer — William Richter. 



I. 0. BRITH ABRAHAM. 

Meets every Tuesday evening. 

OFPICERS. 

Elder— S. Levien. 
Vice-Elder— C. Saloman. 
Secretary — M. Saloman. . 

Treasurer — A. Massler. 

I. O. Benia Berith. 

ABRAHAM LODGE, No. 58. 
Meets every Sunday evening, in Wood's Build- 
ing, E. Washington. 

OFFICERS. 

President — J. Mitchel. 
Vice-President— H. Bamberger. 
Secretary— J. G^ Joseph. 
Treasurer— A. 



INDIANAPOLIS HEBREW BENEVOLENT SO- 
CIETY. 
Meets at the Vestry Room of the Synagogue. 

OFFICERS. 

President — Jos. Kohn. 
Vice-President— Jos. Meyer. 
Secretary— Samuel Bornstein. 
Treasurer — D. S. Benson. 

YOUNG MEN'S BACHELOR'S ASSOCIATION. 
Regular meetings Sunday morning.s. Meets on 
Washingtoa, bet. New Jersey and East sts., over 
Smelser*s Drug Store, 

OFFICERS. 

Grand Vizier — J. G. Joseph. 
Vice Grand Vizier— Jacob Trost. 
Secretary— Isaac S. Straus. 
Treasuier — M. Griesheimer. 



INSTITUTES, COLLEGES, ETC., ETC. 



INDIANAPOLIS FEMALE INSTITUTE. 

Pounded 1859. 

Located cor. Pennsylvania and Michigan, 
embracing grounds of an acre and a half. The 
buildings aie all nearly new. giving accommoda- 
tions for 150 boarding puoils.and 200 day pnpih. 
Students in attendance last year 286. The Fac- 
ulty consists of fifteen instructor.^. 

OFFICERS. 

President of the Institute— C. W. Hewes. 
President of the Board of Trustees— Rev. H. 
Day, D. D. 
Secretary— E. C. Atkins. 

TRUSTEES. 

President— Rev. Henry Day, D. D., Indianapo- 
lie. 

Secretary— E. C. Atkins, Indianapolis. 

Treasurer — J. R. Osgood, Indianapolis. 

Rev. M. G. Clarke, Chicago, 111. ; Rev. E. W. 
Clark, Indianapolis ; James T. Dunn, Indianapo 
lis; Rev. L. M. Whitmore. Indianapolis ; H. C. 
Banna, Indianapolis ; E. J. Foster, Indianapolis. 

BOARD OF INSTRUCTION. 

President— Rev. C. W. Hewes, A. M., and Pro- 
fessor of Natural, Mental and Moral Philosophy. 

Professor of the Greek and German Languages 
—Rev. S. K. Hoshour, A. M. 

Professor of the French Language — Mons. 
Gerard Many. 

8 



Teacher of Mathematics, English Literature 
Latin, etc. — Miss Marie Crawford. 

Teacher of Logic, Mathematics, Physioloffv 
etc.— Miss Emma D. Wood. ^' 

Prini;ipal of the Preparatory Department- 
Miss M. E. Grafton. 

As.<istiint Principal in Preparatory Depart- 
ment — Miss Ro.sa Adams. 

Teacher of Piano, Voice, etc Miss J. Roedta 

Teacher of Piano, Guitar, Harp, etc Miss 

Carrie Horton. 

Assistant Teacher of Piano, etc Miss Wassel- 

hrteit. 

Teacher of Painting, Drawing, Needle-work 
etc-.^Miss S. S. Starling. ' 

Professor of Vocal Music— Charles Hess. 

Professor of the Spencerian system of Penman- 
.ship— Piatt R. Spencer, Jr. 

INDIANA FEMALE COLLEGE. 
Situated on the cor. of Meridian and New 
York. The buildmg affords accommodations 
for 50 boarding and 150 day pupils. 

OFFICERS. 

President- W. H. De Motte, A. M. 

President of Board of Trustees— Wm. Hana- 
man. 

Secretary— J. C. Yohn. 

THE AMES INSTITUTE 
Was organized In September, 1860, ander th« 
auspices of the young men of the Methodist 



^i^wM & wm§mM 



3U0CE33UR* TO 



JOHN C. HERETH 




No. 109 E. Washington Street, a 

(Opposite the Court House,) 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 

Saddlery Hardware 

AND HAR3SIESS TRIiVlfVIINGS, 

Also, manufacture extensively 

SA.DDLES, H^RIsrESS, 
B. M. SPICER & CO., 

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ISo. 34J ^SV. TV^asliing-toji St., 

BErWEEN ILLINOIS AITO MERIDIAN, 

DR. JOHN W. RHODES, 

office: : 

No. 249 M.W. Corner Miclipn and West Streets. 



Give the Doctor a call. By his untiring industry he 
has built up a fair practice, laboring under incumbrances; pe- 
cuniarilv, that few young Physicians have to overcome. 



Episcopal Church in this city. Its object has 
been to disseminate religion among its own 
members, and to bring those who are out of the 
church under the influence of the same. They 
now have employed a City Missionary, who is 
supported by the several Methodist Conferences 
of Indiana. Thus far the Institute has three Mis- 
sion Sabbath Schools under their direction. They 
also contemplate organizing several more in 
neglected portions of the city. They have a li- 
brary of nearly 500 volumes, to which any re- 
sponsible party can have access. 

Their meetings are held in their room in Rob- 
ert's Chapel. 

OFFICERS. 

President—J. H. V. Smith. 
Vice-President— Wm. Moffitt. 
Recording Secretary— Leander Munhall. 
Treasurer — Wm. West. 
Corresponding Secretary — C. W. Brown. 
Librarian — T. A. Stoan. 

CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY. 

Located near corporate limits, northeast part 
of the city. 

The Law School opens this year, the first Mon- 
day in December. 

The College, proper, was opened in Novem- 
ber, 1855 ; the Preparatory Department was 
taught a year before. 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS. 

President- Elijah Goodwin, Indianapolis. 

Secretary — W. W. Bowling, Indianapolis. 

Treasurer— Elijah Goodwin, Indianapolis. 

Treasurer of the Institution — Allen R. Benton, 
Indianapolis. 

Board — Ovid Butler, Indianapolis ; Love H. 
Jameson, Indianapolii ; William Wallace, Indi- 
anapolis; John B. New, Indianapoiis; Elijah 
Goodwin, Indianapolis; 0. A. Burgess, Indianap- 
olis; J. M. Tilford. Indianapolis; J. L.Martin, 
Martinsburg; Jeremiah Smith, Winchester; N. 
Marsteller, Lafayette; E. W. Knapp. Queens- 
ville; J. M. Mathes, Bedford; Woodson W. 
Thrasher, Groves P. 0.; Benj. F. Reeve, Rush 
County; George Campbell, Groves P. O.; P. M. 
Parks, Martinsville; Ambrose D. Hamrick, Put- 
nam County ; W. S. Miijor, Indianapolis; H. St, 
John Van Dake, Lebanon; A. I. Hobbs, Kokomo; 
A. B. Cole, Noblesville. 

FACULTY. 

President, and Professor of Ethics and Greek— 
A. R. Benton, A. M. 

Secretary of Faculty — R. T. Brown. 

Professor of Litin and Modern Languages — S. 
K. Hoshour, A. M. 

Professor of Natural Science— R. T. Brown, A. 
M.. M. D. 

Professor of Mathematics — W. M. Thrasher, 
A.M. 

Professor in Preparatory and English Depart- 
ment — W. W. Bowling. 

Professors in Law Bepartment — Hon. David 
McBonild, Hon. Charles A. Ray and Hon. Albert 
Porter. 

PURDY'S ACTJJAL BUSINESS COLLEGE. 
jEtna Building, Pennsylvania, nr. the Post 
OflBce. 

OFFICERS. 

President — Wm. Purdy. 

Principal — John E. Redford. 

Assistant Teacher — Benjamin F. Kuhns. 

Professor of Penmanship — Wm. A. Drew. 

GREGORY & MUMFORB'S NATIONAL BUSI- 
NESS ANB TELEGRAPH COLLEGE. 
No. 24 1-2 E. Washington. 
U. Gregor> and J. C. Mamford, Proprietors. 



INSTITUTES, COLLEGES, ETC., ETa ^ ^t. rjy^M m 123 

RIDER'S NORMAL INSTITUTE OF PENMAN- 
SHIP. 
College Hall, cor. Meridian and Pennsylvania. 

ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC SCHOOL FOR BOYS. 
Located in rear of Church; under charge of 
T. H. Wannemacher. 



ST. MARY'S SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. 
Under charge of the Sisters of St. Francis 
Seraph. 

ST. MARY'S FEMALE ACADEMY. 
Located on Smith, in rear of Church. Con- 
ducted by the Sisters of St. Francis Seraph. 

chambe:i of commerce. 

Pennsylvania, opposite Postoffice. 
Open from 2 to 4 o'clock P. M. 

OFFICERS. 

President— T B. Elliott. 

Secretary — J. Barnard. 

1st Vice-President -S. V. B. Noel. 

2d Vice-President — Thos. Kinzau. 

3d Vice-President— E. B. Alvord. 

Board of Birectors — John Carlisle, Jos. D. 
Pattison, John C. Wright, Thomas Jordan, John 
W. Murphy, L. W. Hasselman, Lucien Hills, P. 
P. Rush, J. B. McArthur and James C. Fergu- 
son. 

Board of Arbitrators — J. H. Crossland, A. B. 
Vinton, Robt. Browning, Chas. Glazier and Geo. 
C. Holman. 

Board of Appeals — Peter C. Lawyer, George 
P. Evans, John M. Caldwell, W. P. Gallup and 
Stephen Coffin. 

STATE LIBRARY. 

Located in the State House. 

The Library consists of twenty-four thousand 
volumes of Historical, Law and Miscellaneooa 
works. 

Librarian— Rev. B. P. Foster. 

COUNTY LIBRARY. 
Located in Court House, up stairs. 
Librarian — John W. Hamilton. 

TOWNSHIP LIBRARY. 
Located in Court House, up stairs. 
Librarian — J. M. W. Langsdale. 

INDIANA STATE BOARB OF AGRICULTURE. 
Organized May 27, 1851. 
Office, No. 4 Hubbard's Block. 

OFFICERS. 

President — Major Stearns Fisher. 
General Superintendent — J. A. Grosvenor. 

MEMBERS OF THE STATE BOARD OF AGRICULTUBB. 

1st Bistrict— E. T. Cox, New Harmony. 

2d Bistrict— Hon. J. B. Williams, Pond Cr ek 
Mills. 

3d Bistrict— John C. Shoemaker, Rome. 

4th Bistrict— Major John McCrea, Blooming, 
ton. 

5th Bistrict — Professor S. H. Thompson, Han* 
over. 

6th Bistrict — B. E. Reese, Lawrencebuig. 

7th Bistrict— J. A. Grosvenor. Indianapolis. 

8th Bistrict— W. C. Bbnaldson, Montezuma. 

9th Bistrict — Hon. A. D. Hamrick, Manhattan. 

10th District— J. M. Garr, Richmond. 

11th District— Br. J. C. Helm, Muncie. 

12th Bistrict — Joseph Poole, Attica. 

13th District— Major Stearns Fisher, Wabash. 

14th District— A. J. Holmes, Rochester. 

IStb District— John Sutherland. Laporte. 



J. R. NIUKUM. HORACE PARROTT. 

NICKUM & PARROTT'S 

UNION STEAM BAKERY, 

No. 17 Nortli Pennsylvania Street, 

ll\DIA]^APOLlS, IWD. 



Wholesale and Retail Dealers in all kinds of 
CKACKEKS, CAKES and BREAD. 
^^^ Liberal discount made to the Trade. 

J. IVI. YOUART, IVl. D., 

OCULIST AND AURIST, 

No. 88 East Market Street, 

Residence: No. 416 Nortb PennsylTania Street. 

INDIANAPOLIS, INI). 



DR. YOVART devotes his attention wholly to 
Diseases of the ETE and EAR, and all Chronic 
Diseases, as ivell as those peculiar f o Females. 

1. 1. wwmm ft it., 

AND NOTARIES PUBLIC, 

Office - - No. 10 North PennsylTania Street, 

Opposite Odd Fellows' Hall. 
POST OFFICE BOX 300. 



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125 



16th District— Dr. George W. McConnell. An- 
gola. 

DEPARTMENT SUPERINTENDENTS. 

Horses— T. Mitchel. Rushville. 
Hogs and Cattle— Norman S. Brow, Attita. 
Floral Hall— H. J. Rudisill, Fort Wayne. 
Fine Art Hall— R. S. Taylor. Fort Wayne. 
Mechanics Hall— A. R. Whistler, Peru. 
Farm Product Hall — O. M. Hollister, Muncie. 
Carriages atd Cabinet Ware Hall— W. C. 
Weicht, Angola. 



OFFICERS FOR 1865. 

President — Major Stearns Fisher, Wabash. 
General Superintendent — J. A. Grosvenor, 
Marion. 
Treasurer — Carlos Dickson, Marion. 
Secretary— W. H. Loomis, Marion. 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 

Major Stearns Fisher, Hon. A. D.Hamrick, 
Dr. George W. McConnel, Dr. J. C. Helm. 



ASYLUMS, ETC. 



Asylum for the insane. 

Located one and one half miles west of the 
corporate limits, on the National Roai^ under the 
direction of the State Legislature. 

ASYLUM FOR THE EDUCATION OF THE 

DEAF AND DUMB. 

Located one half mile east of the corporation 

line, under the direction of the State Legislature. 

ASYLUM FOR THE EDUCATION OF THE 
BLIND. 
Located on North, bet. Meridian and Pennsyl- 
vania, under the direction of the State Legisla- 
ture. 

ORPHANS' ASYLUM. 
Located on Tennessee, three squares north of 
the corporation line. 

CROWN HILL CEMETERY. 
CityofiScews. li. Market. 



Situated on Michigan Road and Gravel Road , 
two miles northwest of city. 

0FFICEK3. 

President— James M. Ray. 

Treasurer — L. A. Fletcher. 

Secretary— Theodore P. Haughey. 

Assistant Secretary — George P. Anderson. 

Superintendent— Fred. W. Chislett. 

Managers— James Blake, Theo. P. Haughey, 
John C. Nevv, Nich. McCarty, L. A. Fletcher, Jr., 
Thomas A. Morris and James M. Ray. 

CITY CEMETERY. 
Kentucky av. nr. corporate limits. 

CATHOLIC HOSPITAL. 

Kept by the Sifters of Providence. 
Located ws. Illinois, bet. Merrill and Nor- 
wood. 



POST OFFICE. 



Postmaster— A. H. Conner. 
Assistant Postmaster- John P. Wood. 
Cashier and Money Order Clerk— Samuel E. 
Frazee. 
Local Mail Agent — Truman Way. 
Mail Messenger— Levi Weller. 

CLOSING OF MAILS. 
Mails close as follows : 

CENTRAL RAILRAOD. 

For Washington and Baltimore, and distribu- 
tion twice daily, Sundays excepted, 7.10 P.M. 
and 12 P.M. 

Wheeling, Columbus and Richmond, 12 P. M , 

Mails for Virginia. North C.iiolina, South Car- 
olina and Fl rida, are forwarded by this route. 

Way mail once daily, Sundays excepted, 12 
P.M. 

BELLEFONTAINE RAILROAD. 

For New York, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Hart 
ford, Buffalo, Cleveland, Boston, Portland, Alba- 
ny, and distribution twice daily, Sundays except- 
ed, 7.30 P.M. and 12 P. M. 

Way mail once daily. Sundays excepted, 12 
P.M. 

JEPFERSONVILLE RAILROAD. 

For Louisville, and distribution, twice daily, 
Sundays excepted, 8.30 A. M. and 9.30 P. M. 

For Nashville and distribution once daily, 8.30 
A. M. 

Way mail once daily, Sundays excepted, 8.30 
A. M. 



PERU RAIS-ROAD. 

For Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Dubu- 
que, twice daily, Sundays exc pted, 11.30 A. M. 
and 9.30 P. M. 

Toledo, once daily, 10.30 A. M. 

Way mail once daily, 11.30 A. M. 

LAFAYETTE RAILROAD. 

For Detroit, Springfield, Lafayette, and distii- 
bution daily, Sundays excepted. 11.30 A. M.and 
9.30 P. M. 

Way mail once daily, 11.30 A. M. 

TERRE HAUTE RAILROAD. 

For Terre Haute and St. Louis, twice daily, 
Sundays excepted, 11.30 A. M. and 9.30 P. M. 

For New Orleans, Memphis, Cairo, Evansville, 
Vincennes and Terre Haute and Alton wny mail, 
once daily, Sundays excepted, 11.30 A. M. 

Mails for Texas, Missis.-^ippi and Arkansas are 
forwarded by this route. 

For Terre" Haute and Rockville, way 11.30 
A.M. 

For North Gieencastle, 2.30 P. M. 

For South Greencastle, 12 P. M. 

Way mail once daily, Sundays excepted, 2.30 
P. M. 

CINCINNATI RAILROAD. 

Cincinnati and distribution twice daily, Sun- 
days excepted, 10 A. M. and 7.10 P. M. 
Way mail, once daily, 10 A. M. 

MADISON RAILROAD. 

Madison and way mail, once daily, 2.30 P. M. 



IHl lOOITlBlE LlfE ISSIimilCE MM 

OF THE UNITED STATES. 

Capital and Assets, Jan. 1, '66, $1,017,977.19. 

WM. C. ALEXANDEE, PresideDt, 
HENRY B. HYDE, Yice President, 
GEORGE W. PHILLIPS, Actuary. 

GEO. P. ANDERSON, Agent, 
No. 8 Blackford Building, cor. Washington & Meridian Sts., 
IWDIAWAPOLIS. 



OF HARTFORD, CONN. 

Ofiaoe, OtLarter Oak Building. 

Cash Capital, -..--.. $200,000.00- 
Wet Surplus, January 1, 1865, - " $120,231.34. 

DIR-ECTORS. 

HoMEB Blanchard, of H. Blanchard & Co. 
Richard P. Hubbard, State Attorney. 
M. M. Merriman. Merchant. 



i?ARK Howarb. 

•Tamks Bolter, Tasbier Hartford Bank. 

E. Roberts, ol Kenneys, Roberts & Gi odwin. 

TiMOTHT .'^HBLDON, Contractor and Builder. 

.lAiMES P. FoSTEE, Pres t Mech's Savings Bank. 

W. H. D. Callendsr, Cashier State Bank. 

Elijah H. Owens, of Owens, Day & Root. 



William L. Collins, of Collins Brothers & Co. 
Wm. H. Lee, of Lee, Bliss & Co.. New York. 
Daniel F. Seymour, of Griswold, Seymour & Co. 
Charles Whitb, Merchant. 
Hiram Bissell, President Board Wat«r Commissioners. 
THOS. LOBDElili, Sec'y. MARK HOWAKD, Pres't. 



GEO. P. ANDERSON, Ag't, Indianapolis, Ind. 



FIRE & MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY 

Of Sprin^eld., Is/^suss. 

CASH CAPITAl7"~ $300,000.00. 

o 

E. FREEMAN, PreS't. WM. CONNOR, Jr., Sec'j. 



GEO. P. ANDERSON, AGENT, 

No. 8 Blackford's Building, S. E. cor. Washington & Meridian Streets. 
IWDIAWAPOLIS. 



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127 



Mails for Carrsville, Davisville, Sugar Creek 
and Kinder, every Friday; olosea Thursday, 12 
P.M. 

Mails for Waverly, Glenn'8 Valley, Brooklyn, 
Centreton and Martinsville, daily, closes at 12 
P.M. 

Mails for Jamestown, Clermont, New Eliza- 



beth and Pillsboro, twice a week, Tuesday and 
Friday, closes Monday and Thursday at 12 P. M. 

SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTE. 
W. W. Butterfield, Meteorological Reporter to 
the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D. C, 

r. No. 382 East. 



NEWSPAPERS, ETC. 



THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY JOURNAL. 
Published daily and weekly by Douglass & 
Conner, cor. Circle and Meridian. 
Terras— Per year, daily, $12; weekly $2.50. 

DAILY EVENING GAZETTE. 

Published daily and weekly by J. H. Jordon, 
editor and proprietor. Office, 22 and 24 s. Meri- 
dian. 

Terms— Daily, per week. 20 cts.; to agents and 
newsdealers, per copy. 3 cts.; weekly, per copy, 
one year in Advance, $2; daily, three months in 
advance, $2.25. 

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY HERALD. 

Published daily and weekly hy the proprietova. 
Hall & Hutchinson. Office, 16 1-2 E. Washing- 
ton. 

Terms — Daily, per year, $9; daily, per month, 
90 cts.; delivered by carriers, per week, 20 c*s.; 
weekly, per year, in advance, $2. 

THE DAILY TELEGRAPH. 

Pnblished every morning (Mondays excepted) 
by the Telegraph Company, at No. 13 W. Mary- 
land. 

Terms — For regular subscribers, when d liver- 
€d by carrier or agent, per week, 20 cts.; by 
mail, three months, payable in advance, $2.50; 
by mail, six months, payable in advance, $5; by 
mail, per year, in advance, $10. 

INDIANA VOLKSBLATT. 
Published weekly, by the proprietor, Julius 
Boetticher, No. 164 E. Washington. 
Terms— Weekly, $2.50. 



HOME VISITOR. 

Published weekly, fby Bland, Meyers & Wood 
bury. Office, 38 1-2 North Illinois. 
Terms— Per year, $2.50. 

CHRISTIAN TIMES AND WITNESS. 

Published weekly, by Church & Goodman, of 
Chicago, 111. 

Indiana office, Journal Building, cor. Mendiaa 
and Circle. 

Terms— In advance, $2.50; clubs, from $1.75 
to $2, each subscriber. 

E. W. Clark, Indiana editor. 

CHRISTIAN RECORD. 

Published every Saturday. Devoted to th« 
cause of primitive Christianity. 
Office, in Journal Building. 
Terms— $2.50 ^er annum. 
Elijah Goodwu^editor and proprietor. 

CHRISTIAN MONITOR. 

A Ladies' Monthly Magazine, edited and pub- 
lished by Mrs. M. M. B. Goodwin. 
Office, in Journal Building. 
Terms — Per annum $1. 

INDIANA SCHOOL JOURNAL. 

Published monthly, by Parsons, Macauly & Co. 
No. 13 W. Maryland. 

Geo. W. Hoss, Superintendent of Public In 
struction , editor-in-chief. 

Terms — In advance, $1.50. 



BANKS AND BANKING COMPANIES. 



FIRST NATIONAL BANK OP INDIANAPO- 
LIS— U. S. DEPOSITORY. 
Southeast cor. Washington and Meridian. 

Authorized capital $1,000,000 

Paid in 500,000 

OFFICERS. 

President— Wm. H. English. 
Ca.shier — John C.New. 
Assistant Cashier — Lewis Jordan. 
Teller— Hervey BUes. 
Ist Bookkeeper — A. Baldwin. 
2d Bookkeeper— ,N. S. Greene. 
Messenger — Willie English. 

INDIANA NATIONAL RANK. 
Office, No. 19 N. Meridian. 
Present paid capital $400,000 

OFFICERS. 

President— George Tousey. 
Cashier— D.E.Snyder. 



THE INDIANAPOLIS NATIONAL BANK. 

Financial agent and designated depository of 
the United Stites. 

Office, corner room. Odd Fellows Hall. 

Authorized capital $1,000,000 

Ca.sh capital paid in 500,000 

officers'. 

President — Theodore P. Haugbey. 

Cashier— A. P. Williams. 

Assistant Ca-hier — Henry Latham. 

Director.?— Calvin Fletcher, Sr., S. A. Fletcher, 
Sr.. P. W. Churchman, Thomas ^harpe and Theo. 
P. Haugbey. 

This bank has, in addition to their capital of 
$500,000, a surplus fund of $40,000. 
MERCHANTS' NATIONAL BANK OP INDl- 
APOLIS. 

No. 23 N. Meridian, Journal Building. 
Capital paid up $100,000 



PH(ENIX BRASS FOUNDRY, 

I^TO. S6 Tjnsrioisr i^. :r. rcTiJ^GJs:, 

(HALF SQUARE EAST OF UNION DEPOT,) 

MANUFACTURERS OF SELLS, STEAM WHISTLES, 

And all kinds of Gas, Steam and Gua^e Cocks. 

Also all kinds of BRASS CASTINGS for Machine Work, etc. 
STEAM GUAGES kept constantly on hand. 
11^^ All Orders promptly attended to. 

STEFFENS & SCHNEIDER. 

G. B. MATTIS. J. L. CARICO. 

MATTIS & CARICO, 

Carpenters & Builders, 

wo. 44 ke:\tucky avenue, 

I3Sr3DI.Au3Sr.A.:POIL.IS- 



Special attention paid to the fitting up of Stores, and 
all kinds of Jobbing done with dispatch. 

MITCHELL & EAMMELSBEEG, 

WHOLESALE AND EETAIL 

FURNITURE 

No. 99 West Fourth Street, 

(next to post office,) CINCINNATI. 

J^~ Factory, Corner Jobn and Second Streets, .^^i 

ji A. T. WILLIAMS. D. S. DURBIN. 

WILLIilS it OURilM, 



13-EAL l-IiiS IN 



Fancy & Staple Groceries, 

WOODEN AND WILLOW WARE, NOTIONS, ETC. 

No. 523 Illinois, Cor. First St., 

The highest GASH PEIOE PAID FOR PEODUCE. Goods 
delivered free of charge. |^°° Terms Cash. 



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129 



OFFICERS. 

President— Henry Scbnull. 
Cashier— V. T. Malott. 

Directors— David Macy, Asffust Schnoll, Alex. 
Metzger, Henry SchnuU and V. T. Malott. 

CITIZENS' NATIONAl, BANK OF INDIANAP- 
OLIS. 
No. 3 W. Washington. 
Capital $300,000 

OFFICERS. 

President — Isaiah Mansur. 

Cashier — Joeepe R. Haugh. 

Teller-C. B. Holmes. 

Bookkeeper— James W. Morris. 

Directors — I. Mansur, J. R. Haugh, John Thom- 
as, Nicholas McCarty, James Sulgrove, William 
Mansur, W. C. Holmes, J. H. Vajen, and J. H. 
Baldwin. 

BANK OF THE STATE OP INDIANA. 
Corner of Kentucky av. and Illinois. 

OFFICERS. 

President — James M. Ray. 

Cashier — Joseph A. Moore. 

Clerk— K. H. Boland. 

This bank has twenty branches,, several of 
which have closed, and organized as l^ational 
Banks, and others are preparing to do the same. 

BRANCH OP THE BANK OF THE STATE OF 

INDIANA. 

Northeast cor. of Washington and Meridian. 



OPPICEBS. 

President— Oliver Tousey. 
Vice-President — George Tousey. 
Cashier— D. M. Taylor. 
Teller— J. M. Nichol. 

SINKING FUND. 
Corner of Pennsylvania and Virginia av. 

OFFICERS. 

President— W. H. Talbott. 
Cferk — John S. Takington. 
Assistant Clerk— N. Hayden. 
Receiver— L. G- Hay. 

S. A. FLETCHER & CO. 
Bankers, (Successors to S. A. Fletcher). 

OFFICERS. 

S. A. Fletcher, Jr. 
P. M. Churchman. 

INDIANA BANKING COMPANY. 

Corner Washington and Virginia av. 

OFFICERS. 

Cashier— W. W. Woollen. 

Directoriy— William W. Woollen. F. A. W. 
Davis, Willis S. Webb, John L. Ketcham, Samuel 
C. Vance, John P. Banta, William Neednam. 

INDIANAPOLIS BRANCH BANKING COM 
PANY. 

Southwest cor. Washington and Pennsylvania. 

OFFICERS. 

President— Calvin Fletcher, Sr. 
Cashier— T. H. Sharpe. 



INSUEANCE COMPANIES. 



SINNISSIPPI INSURANCE COMPANY OP IN- 
DIANAPOLIS. 

OflBce, room 35, 6 Market. 

Organized November 18, 1863. 
Total receipts to secure payment of 

losses and expenses $650,758.84 

OFFICBBS. 

President — Elijah Goodwin. 
Vice-President— Wm. H. Salter. 
Secretary and Treasurer — Jobn R. Berry- 
General Agent— Thos. Brown. 
Assistant General Agent — H. S. Price. 
Directors — Elijah Goodwin, Indianapolis; Wm. 
E. Niblack, Vincennes; Wm. H. Montgomery, 
Loogcotee; J. R. Berry, Indianapolis; Wm. H. 
Salter, Indianapolis. 

INDIANA FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 
Office, No. 5, Odd Fellows' Hall. 
Organized May 1, 18^1. 
Accumulated and cash capital $414,598.90 

OFFICERS. 

Pre^dent— J. S. Harvey. 

Vice-President— Frederick Baggs. 

Treasurer — Frederick Baggs. 

Secretary — Wm. T. Gibson. 

General Agent- C. C. Olin. 

Directors — John Peterson, Richmond; J. S. 
Harvey. Indianapolis; Frederick Baggs, Indian- 
apolis; Wm. T. Gibson, Indianapolis; C. C. Olin, 
Indianapolis; 0. P. Badger, Greencastle, and 
Chas. Henly, Carthage. 

HOME MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY. 
Office, 64 E. Washington. 
Organized April, 1864. 



OFFICERS. 

President — J. C. Geisendorff. 
Vice-President— Willis W. Wright. 
Treasurer— Isaac Thalraan. 
Secretary— J. B. Follett. 

Directors— John Burk, Deloss Root, Willis W. 
Wright, J. C. Geisendorff and Isaac Thalman. 

INDIANAPOLIS INSURANCE COMPANY. 
Office in Odd Fellows' Hall, N. Pennsylvania. 
Chartered, 1836. 
Capital $200,000 

OFFICERS. 

President— Wm. Henderson. 

Secretary— Alex. C. Jameson. 

General Agent— C. A. Lawton. 

Directors— S. A. Fletcher, Sr., W. H. Talbott, 
Aquilia Jones, Sr., A. L. Roache, Oliver Tousey, 
A. E. Vinton, T. A. Morris, E. J. Peck and Wm. 
Henderson. 

EQUITABLE FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

Office, No. 4 Odd Fellows' Hall. 

Organized September, 1863. 
Capital $100,000 

OFFICERS. 

President— W. A. Peelle. 
Secretary— E. D. Olin. 
General Agent— H. S. Dakin. 

UNION INSURANCE COMPANY OF INDIAN- 
APOLIS. 
Office, room 4, Talbott & New'a Block. 
Cash capital #••••• $200,000 



B. C. SHAW, 

CARRIAGE 

IVIAIMUFACTURER, 
No. 26 East Georgia St., 

Bet-ween Meridian and. rtiinsylvania, 
INDIANAPOLIS. 

JiO. L SIITHIYEE, 

iiiHlTiiT 

AND U. S. PATENT AGENT, 

Vinton's Block, No. 4, Opp. Post Office, 



p. O. BOX 53. 



Railroad City Planing Mills & Lumber Yard 

McCOKD & ^ATHEATLEY, Proprietors. 

AND DEALERS IN 
WALNUT, ASH, OAK, PINE AND POPLAR 

Lumber, Lath & Shingles, 

Offices: 155 S. Delaware, and 198 S. Alabama Sts., 
INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 

1^* Casla Orders fiUed promptly. 



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181 



OFFICERS. 

President — James M. Ray. 
Vice-President— E. B. Mavtindale. 
Secretary— D. W. Grubbs. 
General Agent — 0. W. Coggshall. 

FARMERS' AND MERCHANTS' INSURANCE 
COMPANY. 

Ofl5ce, cor. Washington and Meridian. 

Oiganized April 1, 1864. 

Organized capital $100,000 

Accumulated capital 100,000 

OFFICERS. 

President— Prof. Ryland T. Brown. 
Treasurer— P. A. Brown. 
.Secretary — A. J. Davis. 
Actuary— H. P. Croffut. 
Agent— C. S. Curtis. 

GERMAN MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COM- 
PANY OP INDIANA. 
OflSce, room 4, Judah's Block. 
Incorporated January 21, 1854. 



OFPICBBS. 

President— Adolph Seidensticker. 

Treasurer— Charles Brinkmann. 

Secretary — Frederick Ritenger. 

Directors— George Yoncgermann, Frederick 
Patermeier, Julius Boetlieber, John Stumph, 
Valentine Butseh, Charles Grebe and C. F. 



AMERICAN HORSE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

OflSce, Vinton's Block, opposite the Court 
House. 

Organized August, 1865. 
Capital stock $100,000 

OFFICEBS. 

President— T. B. McCarty. 
Vice-President — Dr. J. A. Comingore. 
Secretary— J. F. Payne. 
Treasurer — D. R. Alexander. 
General Agent— W. W. Lewis. 



INCOE^iteATED COMPANIES. 



INDIANAPOLIS GAS LIGHT AND COKE CO. 
Office, No. 28 1-2 W. Washington. 

OFFICERS. 

President — E. J. Peck. 
Secretary — L. Van Laningham. 
Assistant Secretary — A. W. Retzinger. 
Superintendent — Henry Stacey. 
Directors— E. J. Peck, D. V. Culley, S. A. 
Fletcher, Isaiah Mansurd and L. Van Laning- 



INDIANAPOLIS ROLLING MILL COMPANY. 

Office, No. 8, Blake's Building, first floor. 

Mill located on Mississippi, bet. Tennessee and 
Canal. 

OFFICEBS. 

President and Superintendent — I. M. Lord. 
Secretary — C. B. Parkman. 
Treasurer— Aquilla Jones. 
Manager — John Thomas. 
Weigh Master— William Rowe. 
Master of Machinery — Lewis Moss. 
Directors — I. M. Lord, John Thomas, Aquilla 
Jones and Wm. O. Rockwood. 

INDIANA AND KENTUCKY LAND AND OIL 
MINING COMPANY. 
Office, No. 2,^tna Building. 
Capital $300,000 

OFFICERS. 

President— T. B. McCarty. 

Secretary — Frank A. Boyd. 

Directors— B. P. Claypool, P. G. C. Hunt, E. 
A. Davis, T. B. McCarty, Austiu H. Brown, A. 
D. Billingsley and Frank A. Boyd. 



INDIANAPOLIS AND LOUISVILLE PETRO- 
LEUM MINING COMPANY. 

Office, No. 3|Talbott & New's Block. 

Organized under the general laws of Indiana, 
Augast 19, 1865. 
Capital stock $300,000 

OFFICERS. 

President and Trustee— Thomas B. McCarty. 
Vice-President— P. G. C. Hunt. 
Secretary — Edwin A. Davis. 
Treasuresr- N. S. Byram. 
Directors— R. S. Foster, J. W. Hess and P. 
Thomas. 

INDIANAPOLIS CITIZENS' STREET RAIL 
ROAD COMPANY. 

Office, cor. Louisiana and ^Tennessee. 

Incorporated May 30, 1864. 
Capital $250,000 

OFFICERS. 

President — R. B. Catherwood. 

General Supeiintendent^H. H. Catherwood. 

Secretary — E. C. Catherwood. 

First Line— From Union Depot, up Illinois to 
Washington, east on Washington to Pennsylva- 
nia, north to Massachusetts av., on the avenue 
to New Jersey, and up New Jersey to corporate 
limits. 

Second Line — Prom Union Depot, up Illinois 
to First. 

Third Line— Prom White River bridge, east on 
Washington to Virginia av. on avenue to corpo- 
rate limits. 

Fourth Line — Continuation of part of Third 
Line, commencing at Virginia av., running east 
on Washington to corporate limits. 



CITY DIRECTORY OFFICE REMOVED TO THE 
DAILY JOURNAL BUILDING, 

Cor. meridian and Circle Streets. 

EDWARDS, GREENOUGH & DeVED, Publishers. 



MbM Depository anJ Finaicial Aieit of tIaD. S. 



GEORGE TOUSEY, President. 



D. E SNYDER, Cashii 





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OF INDIANAPOLIS. 



riQKT m mm • ■ s 



7-30's and other U. S. B»Dnds for sale. 



Banking OflSce, No. 19 North Meridian Street. 



First National Saloon, 

COURT ST., near P. 0. 

4 Billiard Tables, 

Oysters, Cigars, &c. 
A. BRO\¥i\, Prop'r. 



A. E. PURSELU 



DENTIST, 



No. 60 N. Pennsylvania St., 



INDIANAPOLIS. 



FRANKLIN & PETTIFORD, 



^hop, Basement Branch 
Bank of the State. 



Dr. WM. H. FRANKLIN, )p.j„„ 



JAMES QREER, 

Informs bis friends and the Public that lie manu- 
factures 

CABINET FURNITURE 

At No. 249 South Mississippi St., 

(Westeni of Garden St.,) where he keeps 

Household Furniture 

On hand and for sale and he would be pleased to 
make to order Furniture for his friends ai)d patrons. 
Having had a long experience in the business, he 
flatters himself that he can make as good Furniture 
as is made in the city, of good workmanship, and of 
good Tnateriala. My old old patrons and acquaint- 
ance are respectfully invited for a share of their 
patronage. 



U. S. OFFICERS IN INDIANAPOLIS — HALLS AND PUBLIC BUILDINGS. 133 



U. S. OFFICERS IN INDIANAPOLIS. 



HEAD QUAKTERS PAY DEPARTMENT, DIS- 
TRICT OF INDIANA AND ILLINOIS. 
Located III and 113 E. Washington, up stairs* 

OFFICERS. 

Chief Paymaster for Indiana, Illinois, Michi- 
gan and Wisconsin — Brevet Lieut. Col. Daniel 
McClure. 

Assistant to Chief Paymaster — Major C. M. 
Terrill. 

Paymasters— Brevet Lieut. Col. A. W. Hend- 
ricks, Brevet Lieut. Col. V. C. Hanna, Major M. 
Grover^Major D. T. Dickson, Major T. L. Carna- 
han, jlajor B. L. Martin, Major M. L. Bandy, 
Majorl. W. Walker and Major J. Tilden. 

HEAD QUARTERS DISTRICT OF INDIANA. 
No. 70 E. Market. 

OFFICERS. 

District Commander — Brevet Major Gen. Alvin 
P. Hovey. 

A. A. General— Mujor J. W. Walker. 

Aid-de-etmrpe— Captain H. Middleton. 

Aid-de-campe- Lieut. Tbos. N. Lord. 

A. A. Inspector General — Captain Fergus 
Walker. 

Judge Advocate General Court Martial— Brevet 
Lieut. Col. Wm. W. Dudley. 

COMMISSARY DEPARTMENT. 
Office and Depot, No. 123 S. Meridian. 
Commissary of Subsistence— Capt. Joseph P. 
Pope. 

A. A. PROVOST MARSHAL GENERAL OF IN- 
DIANA. 

OFFICERS. 

A. A. Provost Marshal General— Brig. Gen. T. 
G. Plastow, U. S. v.; office, No. 269 W. Washing- 
ton. 

A. A. A. General — Capt. Geo. W. Debevoia. 
17th V. R. C. 

Mustering and Disbursing Officer — Captain T. 
T. Brand, office, No. — , W. Washington, in The- 
atre Building. 

Mustering Officers — Capt. J. B. Burrows, 18th 
U. S. Inft.; Ca.nt. W. L. Ogden, 18th U. S. Inft. 
and Lieut. T. G. Drewery, 2d U. S. Inft.; office, 
No. 269 VV. Washington. 



U. S. MARSHAL. 
Office, room No. 6. Postofflce Building. 

OFFICERS. 

U. S. Marshal— B. J. Spooner. 
Deputies — J. S. Bigelow, C. E. McDonald and 
Herbert N. Bigelow. 

U. S. DISTRICT ATTOlS!TE"a/ 
Office, room No. 15, Postoffice Building. 
U. S. District Attorney — John Uanna>. 

ASSESSOR SIXTH DISTRICT OF INDIANA. 

Office. No. 14 Talbott & News' Block. 

Office hours, from 6 A. M. to 6 P. M. 

Assessor — William A. Bradshaw. 
Assistant Assessors — 

1st Division — John P Stnmph, Indianapolis. 

2d Division— A. T. Hart, Greenfield. 

3d Division — Jerry Weakley, Shelbyvllle. 

4th Division — Samuel C. Dunn, Franklin. 

5th Division — John H. Thornburgh, Moores- 
ville. 

6tb Division— John R. Armstrong, Danville. 

7th Division— Leonidas M. Phipps, Indianapo- 
lis. 

8th Division — John D. Whitted, Martinsville. 

COLLECTOR OF INTERNAL REVENUE. 

Office, No. 12 Talbott & News' Block. 

Office hours, from 6 A. M. to 6 P. M. 

Collector— J, J. Wright. 

Deputy Collectors— William Hadley, N. P. 
HarRrd, J. Marshall Elliott. W. S. Young, H. 
Satterwhite and John Chester. 

INDIANA SANITARY COMMISSION. 
Office, na. Market, bet. Tennessee and Missis- 
sippi. 

OFFICERS. 

President — William Hannamann. 
Treasurer,— Alfred Harrison. 

INDIANA MILITARY AGENCY. 
Office, in Sanitary Rooms. 
Branch office, No. 79 1-2 W. Washington. 
General Military Claim Agent — William Han- 
namann. 
Notary Public— James H. Turner. 
Agent— J. W. Montfort. 



HALLS AND PUBLIC BUILDINGS. 



Alvord's Block, Meridian, bet. Georgia and Lou- 
isiana. 

.ffitna Building, Pennsylvania, bet. Washington 
and Market. 

Blackford's Building, se. cor. Meridian and 
Washington. 

College Hall, sw. cor. Washington and Penn- 
sylvania. 

Court House and County Offices, ^ ourt House 
Square, Washington, bet. Delaware and Al- 
abama. 

Eden's Block, Market, bet. Pennsylyania and 
Delaware. 

Glenn's Block. Washington, bet. Meridian an 
Pennsylvania. 

Journal Building, cor. Circle and Meridian. 

Herald Building, Washington, bet. Meridian and 
Pennsylvania. 



Macy & McTaggart's Building, Washington, cor. 
of Delaware. 

Masonic Hall, se. cor. Washington and Tennes- 
see. 

Metropolitan Hall (Theatre), ns. Washington, 
bet. Meridian and Pennsylvania. 

Miller's Block, Illinois, cor. Market. 

Odd Fellows' Hall, ne, cor. Washington and 
Pennsylvania. 

Ramsey's Block, South Illinois, bet. Maryland 
and Georgia. 

Ray's Building, na. Washington, bet. Meridian 
and Illinois. 

Schnull's Block, Meridian, cor. Maryland. 

Sinking Fund Office, cor. Pennsylvania and Vir- 
ginia ave. 

State House, Washington, bet. Tennessee and 
Mississippi. 



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MISCELLANEOUS. 



Talbott & New's Block, Pennsylvania, bet. 
Washington and Market. 

Temperance Hall, ns. Washington, bet, Meridian 
and Illinois. 

Union Depot, Louisiana, bet. Meridian and Illi- 
nois. 

Union Hall, ss. Washington, bet. Delaware and 
Alabama. 



United States Conrt House and Post Office, cor. 
Market and Pennsylvania. 

Vinton's Block, Pennsylvania, sw. cor. Market. 

Yohn's Building, ne. cor. Washington and Me- 
ridian. 



MISCELLANEOUS. 



WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH. 
Southeast cor. Washington and Meridian. 

OFFICERS. 

Superintendent— John F. Wallick. 
Manager— C. C. Whitney. 

UNITED STATES TELEGRAPH COMPANY. 
No. 14 N. Pennsylvania. 

OFFICERS. 

Superintendent — J. C. Wilson. 
Manager— Samuel McComb. 

UNITED STATES EXPRESS COMPANY. 
No. 34 E. Washington. 
Agent— J. Butterfleld. 

AMERICAN EXPRESS COMPANY. 
No. 34 S. Washington. 
Agent— J. ButterBeld. 

ADAMS' EXPRESS COMPANY. 
No. 12 E. Washington. 
Agent-J. H. Ohr. 

YOUNG MEN'S LITERARY ASSOCIATION. 
At the annual meeting of the Yoang Men's 



Literary Asdociation the following oflSSjjs were 
elected for the ensuing year : " 

OFFICERS. ■it, 

President — John Craven. ^ 

Vice-President — Abraham C. Shortridge. 

Treusurer- David I. Taylor. 

Secretary— Barton D. Jones. 

Directors — Charles Dickson. Daniel W^ Grubbs, 
Volney T. Mulatt, George B. Yandes, Luftier R. 
Martin, Nicholas McCarty, Robert W\Geiger, 
Frank A. Boyd, David E. Snyder, Charles Q. 
Stewart, Madison Hill, Morris R. Eddy, J. Henry 
Kappcs, George W. Sloau and Charles A. Ray. 

METROPOLITAN THEATRE. 
Manager— W. H. Riley. 
Stage Director — L. L. Sharpe. 

ACADEMY CHRISTIAN BROTHERS FOB 
BOYS. (Catholic.) 
Located ns. Georgia, bet. Illinois and Tennes- 
see. 

ACADEMY OF SISTERS OF PROVIDENCE 
FOR GIRLS. (Catholic.) 
Located ne. cor. Tennessee and Georgia. 



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ALPHABETICAL LIST 

OF 

STREETS AND AVENUES 

IN INDIANAPOLIS. 



The leading Streets are named East, West, North and South, taking Meridian Street for one basis 

and JVashington for the other. The Streets printed in Capitals are the most important ones 

m the City. 



Agnes, N. and S., N. W. of city. i 

ALABAMA, N. and S., three blocks E. of Circle. 

Ann, from Rolling Mill to McCarty. 

Arch, from Jackson to Noble, N. E. of city. 

Arizonia, 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 eas^tern limits, S. of city. 

Benton, from Harrison to Central Track, B. of 

Noble. 
Bicking, from Delaware to East, S. of city. 
Blackford, fiom 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. W. of city. 
Broadway, N. of Car Works, N. E. of city. 
Buchanan, S. E. of city, three 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, 3. of Merrill, 
Cedar, Fletcher's Addition, S. B. of city. 
Center, from Dunlop to Ellen, N. W. of city. 
Charles, from St. Clair to Peru track. 
Chatham, from Massachusetts ave. to St. Clalt, 

E. of East. 
Cherry, from Fort Wayne ave. to Ash, near 

. orthern boundary. 
Christian ave., one block N. of city limits. 
Cobnrn, S. E. of city, one block N. of Morris. 
Coe, from Fall Creek to Hiawatha, N. E. 
Oottrell, 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. 

Davia, from N. W. ciiy line to Fall Creek. 

DELAWARtJ, N. and S.,two blocks E. of Circle. 

Douglass, from New York to Michigan, N. W. of 
city. 

Dougherty, S. E. of city, two blocks N. of Morris. 

Duncan, from Delaware to New Jersey, continu- 
ation of Garden. 



Dunlop, from Madison ave. three 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, Fletchers Addition, 8. E of 
city. 

Forest ave., Fletcher's Addition, 8. E. of city. 

Forest Home ave., S. of N. W. C. University 

FORT WAYNE AVENUE, from North runnins 
N. E. to ci^f limits. ^ 

Fourth, four blocks N. of city limits, 

Franklin, from Morris S. two blocks, E. of Madi- 
son 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 8 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. and C. R. R. 

Henry, from Canal to Mississippi, 8. of South. 

Hiawatha, N. and 8. W. of City Hospital. 

High, from McCarty 8., E. of Delaware. 

Hosbrook, Fletcher's Addition, 8. E. of city. 

Howard North, from First to Seventh, W. of La- 
fayette Railroad. 

Howard South, from Morris 8. E. of Madison 
are. 

Huron, Fletcher's Addition, 8. E. of city. 

ILLINOIS, N. and 8., one block W. of Circle. 
INDIANA AVENUE, N. W. Diagonal. 

Jackson, N. of Car Works, N. B. of city. 
James, N. W. of city. 

Japan, from Morris S.. 3 bl'ks E. of Madison ave. 
John, from Peru track to the city limits. 



186 



LIST OF STREETS AND AVENUES IN IITOIANAPOLIS. 



Kansas, from BlufiF Road to West, S. of city line. 
KENTUCKY AVENUE. S. W.DiaRonal. 
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 Circle. 
Loukabee. from East to Liberty, bet. Vermont 

and New York. 

McCarty, from River to Virginia ave., S. of city. 

McGill, from Louisiana to Soutb, W. of Missis- 
sippi. 

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 Indi- 
ana 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. 

MICHIGAN ROAD, N. E. and S. W., through 
the city, 

Mill, from Fifth to Seventh, W. of Howard. 

Minerva, N. and S., N. \V. 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., four 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 Rail- 
Plum. N. of Car Works, N. E. of city. 



Powell, from Michigan to North. 
Pratt, from Illinois to Fort Wayne ave., N. of 
Blind Asylum. 

Railroad Avenue, N. and 8., bet. Pennsylvania 

and S. Delaware. 
Railroad Street, N. ann S., along Bellefontaine 

Railroad 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 Massachu.=ett3 
ave. ,N. of Blind Asylum. 

St. Joseph, from Illinois to Fort Wayne ave., N. 
of Blind Asylum. 

St. Mary, E. from Meridian, Northern city boun- 
dary. 

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 Alabama 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. six 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 ave., E. of N. W. C. University. 
Utah, S. of Wisconsin. 

Walnut, from Canal to Massachusetts ave., N. of 
Blind Asylum. 

WASHINGTON, E. and W., 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 Wayne ave. 

Wilkins, from Canal to Railroad, S. of city. 

Willard, from Garden to Merrill, W. of Tennes- 
see. 

Williams, between McCarty and Virginia ave. 

Wilson, from North to Davis. 

Winston, N. and S., near Eastern limits. 

Wisconsin, from Bluff Road to River, S. of 
Kansas. 

Wright, from Buchanan to Morris, two blocks E. 
of East. 

Wyandot. 

Wyoming, from Delaware to High, S. of city. 



CITY DIRECTORY OFFICE 

REMTOTED TO THE 

DAILY JOURNAL BUILDING, 



Cor. Meridian and Circle Streets. 



EDWARDS, GREENOUGH & DeVED, 



TAX PATERS' ADTISE&, 
ISSUED BY AUTHORITY. 



3Sr-A.TI01SJ-.^L 




LAW. 



FOUR HUNDRED MILLION OF DOLLARS 

ANNUAL REVENUE; 

SYNOPSIS OF THE LAW, 
EVERY MAN TO MAKE A REPORT OF HIS INCOME. 

EMBRACING ALSO, 

A Complete Alphabetically Arr nged List of all Incomes 
as returned to the Assessors of the 

VAEIOUS LARGE CITIES OF THE WEST. 



JOHN HUBBARD JONES, 

ATTORNEY AT LAW. 



FOR SALK A.T 

CINCINNATI: CHICAGO: ST. LOUIS: 

GEO. N. LEWIS. JOHN R. WALSH. J M. CRAWFORD. 

And by all News Dealers and Booksellers thronghout the country. 



T^X PAYERS' ^D^ISER. 

TAX LAW. 



The following inujortant provisions of the new 
Internal Revenue Paw are published for the ia- 
forniation of our readers : 

Every person, whether liable to taxation or 
not, must report, and it will be uo excuse that 
tliey did not receive any notice. Assessments 
will be made on failure to report, and payments 
will be enforced as on judgments by default 
against all who fail to report on or before the 
first Monday in May of each year. 

The penalties are twenty-five per cent, addi 
tional for all failure to report, and one hundred 
per cent, for false return ; $1,000 fine and one 
year's imprisonment for false return or failure to 
obey assessor's summons (sec. 14 and 15), for 
doing business without license, $500 fine and two 
years' imprisonment (sec. 73), for failure to re- 
port, forfeiture of goods, etc. 

INCOME TAX. 
Incomes must be given in detail, as per sched- 
ule, which is not open to public inspection, and 
must be sworn to, and are subject to two rates of 
tax, 5 per cent, on all incomes over $600, aud 
not exceeding $10,000. 10 per cent, on excess 
over $10,000. Thus on $10,000 net income the 
tax is $720 ; on $20,000, $1,720. Income from U. 
S. Securities and all other sources, and from any 
part of the world, of all persons residing here, 
whether citizens or not, and all citizens residing 
abroad, all profits from business, rent, net profit 
from leal estate purchased within the year , stocks 
or other property, interest accrued if collectable, 
and all shares of gains in companies, etc., wheth- 
er divided or not, etc., etc., are all alike taxable. 
Income in gold must be reported in currency 
value. The income is for the year 18G4 from 
January l.-^t, to December 31st, aud no loss;s 
since January 1st, 18G5, must in any way be de- 
ducted from the income of 1864. 

THE LEGAL DEDUCTIONS PROM INCOMES- 
The deductions from the income are $600, but 
allowed only one in any family of parents and 
minor children. Amounts of tax legally with- 
held from dividends, etc., all national. State, 
county, and municipal taxes actually paid within 
the ye r; salaries over $600 in the U. S. service, 
from which the tax was withheld ; rent of resi- 
dence actually paid within the year ; interest 
paid on any actual incumbrance on property 
yielding income, expenses of ordinary repair not 
exceedmg the average of five years, and not in- 
cluding improvements or betterments, such as 



water rents, sewer assessments, or incumbrances 
on unproductive property held for increase of 
value. Consuls of foreign governments, not 
United States citizens, arCjexempt from tax on 
income from property in Iwir own country, and 
fiom official emoluments, if their government 
give such exemption to our Consuls ; but the 
carriages, plate, and income from property' or 
business in this country are taxable. The gov- 
ernments giving such exemptions to our Consuls 
are understood to be those of [the diflerent gov- 
ernments who give similar privileges to oui' con- 
suls are here named] consuls of all other coun- 
tries are liable to tax on their entire income , from 
property at home or here, and from their official 
emoluments. 

LICENSES. 

Pedlars will state whether he travels on foot or 
with horses, giving the number (goods forfeited 
if without licenses^, what he sells, jewelrj'. or 
original packages of goods; pedlars must state 
their age, and if between 20 and 45, state where 
they aie enrolled, or if exempted. Hntel and inn- 
keepers Stat ' their rentals or the Assessor must 
estimate it flikely pretty highj. Bankers state 
the amount of their capital. Dealers, pawnoro- 
kurs, cattiebrokers, producebrokers, auctioneers, 
photographers, butchers, builders, and contrac- 
tors will state their estimated sal, sand contracts. 
Wholesale dealers the amount of their last year's 
sales. Assayers the estimated value of metals 
to be assayed ; substitute brokers must report 
the number ot substitutes proruied and pay $10 
per head and $100 license. All licenses given 
from May 1st, 1865, or the time business cont- 
inences, to May 1st, 1866. All jjersons, except 
lawyers, physicians, surgeons, dentists, cattle 
brokers, horse dealers, auctioneers and pedlars, 
must transact their business or profession only 
at the places designated in the license, but j er- 
sons moving or selling can tr.insfer their license 
on application to the Assessor. For all persona, 
except lawyers, conveyancers, claim agents,- 
patent agent-s, physicians, surgeons, dentists, 
cattle brokers, horse dealers and pedlars, one 
license will do for the firm. Every busmess re- 
quires a separate license, but bankers may act 
as brokers hoise dealers as livery stable keepers, 
lawyers as conveyancers and claim agents. 
Hotel keepers, wholesale and retail dealers, i^n^ 
keepers, and eating-house keepers as tobacco" 
nists ; wholesale and retail dealers and eating- 
house keepers as confectioners ; wholesale and 



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retail dealers as apothecaries, and butchers as 
retail dealers; distillers must give bond>. 

Manufacturers of segars will hereafter be re- 
quired to give a bond to comply with the law, 
and lottery dealers must give a bond to have 
their tickets stamped. After this date the gen- 
eral rateof tix on manufictures will be 6 instead 
of 5 per cent. Legacies and successions to real 
estate should be reported as they occur to the 
assessor. Manufacturers, ancti m- ers, brokers, 
slaughterers of cattle, railroad,steamboat,express 



and ferry boats, insurance, telegraph companies, 
and bank-<^and managers or owners of theatres, 
operas, lotteries and advertisements, must make 
monthly and quarterly returns. Parents, guar- 
dians, trustees, executors, etc., of minors under 
their care (if they fail to report themselves). 
All retu ns must be sworn to, and names and 
residence given in full. Those proposing to 
change their residences during the year, will so 
state, with the place (if known) to which they 
will remove. 



XJISriTElID STATES 

ST^IV^I> DXJTlteS, 

AS WENT INTO EFFECT APRIL FIRST, 1865. 



ACKNOWLEDGMENT of Deeds exempt 
Affidavit $ 05 

Affidavit in suits or legal proceedings. . . .exempt 

Agreement or Appraisement (for each 
sheet or piece of paper on which the 
sanie is written; 05 

Assignment or transfer of mortgage, 
lease, or pnlicy of insurance the same 
duty as the original instrument 

Assigumeiit, ordinary, as of law, with- 
out guarantee exempt 

A.ssignment of patent right 05 

BANK checks, drafts or orders, etc., 
at sight 01- on demand 02 

Bill of Exchange (foreign; drawn in, but 
payable out of the United States, each 
bill or set of three or more, must be 
stamped. 

For every bill of each set, where the sum 
made payable does not exceed one hun- 
dred dollars, or the equivalent thereof 
in any foieign currency in which such 
bills may be expressed, according to 
the stand of value fixed by the United 

States 02 

For every additional hundred dollars, or 
fractional part thereof in excess of one 

hundred dollars 02 

(Foreign) drawn in, hut payable out of 
the United States ('if drawn singly or in 
duplicate) pay the same duty as Inland 
Bills of Ex'.hange. 

(The acceptor or acceptors of any bill 
of exchange, or order for the payment 
of any sum of money drawn, or purport- 
ing to be drawn, in any foreign country 
but payable in the United States, must, 
before paying or accepting the same, 
place thereupon a stamp indicating the 
duty). 

Bills of Exchange (inland), draft or order, 



payable otherwise than at sight or on 
demand, and any promissory note, 
whether payable on demand or at a 
time desigurtted (except bank notes is- 
sued fir circulation, and checks made 
and intended to be, and which shall be, 
forthwith presented for payment), for a 
sum not exceeding one hundred dollars. 05 

For every additional $100, or fractional 

part thereof 05 

(The warrant of attorney to confess 
judgment on a note or bond is exempt 
from stamp duty, if the note or bond is 
properly stamped). 

Bills of Lrtding of vessels for ports of the 
United States or British North Ameri- 
ca exempt 

Bills of Lading, or receipt for goods, to 
any foreign port, every bill of each set. 10 

Bill of Sale, of any vessel or part therfof, 
when the consideration does not exceed 
five hundred dollars 50 

Bill of S)le. exceeding $500. and not ex- 
ceeding $1000 I 00 

Bill of Sale, exceeding $1000, for each $300 
or fractional part thereof 50 

Bill of Sale, of personal property fother 
than ship or vessel; 05 

Bond, personal, for the payment of money 
(Sre Mortgage;. 

Bond, official 1 00 

Bond, for indemnifying any person for 
the payment of any sum of money, 
where the money ultimately recoveraijle 
thereupon is $1000, or less 50 

Bond, where the money recoverable ex- 
ceeds $1000. for every additional $1000, 
or fractional part thereof 50 

Bands — county, city and town bonds, rail- 
road and other corporation bonds and 
scrip, are subject to stamp duty. (See 
Mortgage.) 



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Bonds of any description, other than such 
as are required in legal proceedings, 
and such as are not otherwise charged 
in this Schedule 25 

CERTIFICATl«of deposit in any bank, 
sum not exceeding $100 02 

over $100 05 

Certificiites of stock in an incorporated 

company 25 

Certificates, general 05 

Certificates of record, upon the instru- 
ment, and upon the book exempt 

Certificates of weights and measurement 
of animals, coal, wood, other articles, 
except 'weighers' and measurers' le- 
turns • exempt 

Certificates of qualificition of a justice of 
the peace, commissioner of deeds, or 

notary pulilic 05 

of seanh of records 05 

that certain pipers are on file 05 

that papers cannot be found 05 

of redempti m of land sold for taxes. . . 05 

of birth, marriage and death 05 

of qualification <if teachers 05 

Certificates of profit in an incorporated 

comp.iuy. between 110 and $50 10 

bttween $50 and SlUOO 25 

every additional 3IOOO or part 25 

CeitifiL'ates of damage, or otherwise, and 
all other certificates or documents 
issued by any port warden, marine sur- 
veyor, or person acting as such 25 

[As a general rule, every certificate 
which ha.s, or may have, a legal value 
in any court] 05 

Charter party, or letter, memorandum or 
other writing between the captain, 
owner, or agent of any ship, vessel or 
steamer, ind any other per-on, relating 
to the charter of the same, if the regis- 
tered tonnage of said ship, vessel or 
steamer, does not exoeed one hundred 
and fllty tons . 1 00 

Charter paity, ex<;eeding one hundred 
and fifty tons, aud not exceeding three 
hundred tons 3 00 

Charter party exceeding three hundred 
tons, aud not exceeding six hundred 
tons 5 00 

Charter party, exceeding six hunJred 
tons 10 00 

Check, draft or order for the payment of 
any sum of money exceeding $10. drawn 
upon any jjcrson other than a bank, 
banker or trust company, at sight or on 
demand 02 

Contract. (See agreement ) 

Contract — Broker's 10 

Conveyance, de-d, in.strument, or writ- 
ing, whereby lands, tenements, or oth- 
er realty sold shall be convtyed, the 
actual value of which does not exceed 
$500 50 

Conveyance, exceeding $500, and not ex- 
ceeding $1000 1 00 

Conveymce for every additional $500, or 
fractioual part thereof in excess of 
$1000 50 

ENDORSEMENT of any negotiable in- 
stiuuient eximpt 

Entry of any goods, wares or merchandise 
at any custom-house, either for con- 



sumption or warehousing, not fcxceed- 

ing $100 in value 25 

Entry, exceeding $100 and not exceeding 

$500 in value 50 

Entry exceeding $500 in value 1 00 

Entry f r the withdrawal of any goods or 

merchandise from bonded warehou.se. . 50 

G AUGERS' returns, if for quantity not 
exceeding 600 gallons gross 10 

Gangers' returns, exceeding 500 gallons 25 

INSURANCE rmarine, inland and fire,) 
where the consideration paid for the 
insurance m «ash, premium notes, or 
both does not exceed $10 10 

Insurance (marine, inland and fire,) ex- 
ceeding $10, atid not exceeding $50 25 

Insurance (marine, inland aud tire,) ex- 
ceeding $ 50 

Insurance (life,) when the amoun^n- 
sured does nnt exceed $1000 9-- ^^ 

Insurance (life.) exceeding $1000 andnot' 
exceeding $50 .0 50 

Insurance (life) exceedm^ $5000 1 00 

Insurance (life ) limitecFto injury to per- 
sons wh le traveling exempt 

LEASE of lands or tenements, where 
rent does not exceed $300 per an- 
num 50 

Lease exceeding $.300 for each additional 
$200, or fracti.jual part thereof in excess 
of $300.. 50 

Lease perpetual, subject to stamp duty as 
a conveyance, the stamp duty to be 
measured by resolving the annual rent- 
al into a capital snm. 

Litse clause of guaianty of payment of 
rent incoiporuted or indorsed, live cents 
additional. 

MANIFEST for custom house entry or 
clearance of the cargo o' any ship, 
vessel or steamer for a foreign port, if 
the registered tonnage of such sliin, 
vessel or steamer does not exceed 300 
tons 1 00 

Manifest exceeding 300 tons, and not ex- 
ceeding (iOO ton- 3 no 

Manitcst exceeding 600 tons 5 00 

Measuiers' returns, if for quantity not 
exceeding one thous ind bushels 10 

Measurers' returns exceeding one thous- 
and bushels 25 

Mortgage, trust, deed, bill of sale, or per- 
sonal bond fir the payment <'f money 
exceeding $100, and not exceeding 
$')()0 50 

Mortgage exceeding $500, for every addi- 
tional $500. fractioual part thereof in 
excess of $500 50 

PAWNERS' checks 05 

Pension p.ipers — powers of attor- 
ney and all other papers relating to 
applications for bounties, arrearages of 
pay or pensions, or to receipt thereof, .exempt 

Passage ticket from United "States to a 
foreign po t, costing not more than $35 50 

Passage tickets from the United States to 
a foreign port costing m<jre than $35, 
and not exceeding $50 100 

Passage ticket for every aaditional $50 



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or fractional part thereof in excess of 

$50 ■ 1 00 

Power uf attorney to sell or transfer 
stock, or collect dividends thereon 25 

Power of attorney to vote at election of 
incorp irate company 10 

Power of attorney to receive or collect 
rents 25 

Power of attorney to sell, or convey or 

vent, or lease real estate 1 00 

Power of attorney for any other purpose 50 

Prnbate of will, or letters of administra- 
tion, where the value of both real and 
personal estate does not exceed $2000 1 00 

Probate of will, for every additional 
$1000, or fmctional part thereof in ex- 
cess of $2000 50 

Probate of will, bonds of executors, ad- 
ministrators, guardians and trustees, 
are each sulijectto a stamp duty of. . . 50 

Probate of will, certificate of appoint- 
ment 05 

Protesj^on bill, note, check or draft. . . 25 

PromisTOFy note — (.see bills of exchange 
inland.) 

Promissory deposit note to mntaal insu- 
rance companies, ^tien policy is sub- 
ject to duty exempt 

Promissory renewal of, subject to same 
duty as an original note. 

QUIT-CLAIM deed, to be stamped as a 
conveyance, except when given as 
release of a mortgage by the mortga- 
gee to the mortgager, in which case it 



. exempt 



RECEIPT for the payment of any sum 
of money or debt due exceeding $20, 

or for the delivery of any property 02 

Receipt for sati.'^faction of any mortgage 
or jjdgtnent, or decree of aiiy court. . .exempt 



SHERIFF'.' 
process. 



S return on writ, or other 



.exempt 



TRUST deed, made to secure a debt to 
be stamped as a mortgage. 



Trust deed, conveying estate to Trustees, 
to be stamped as a conveyance. 

WAREHOUSE receipt for any goods, 
wares or merchandise, not other- 
wise provided for, deposited or stored 
in any public or private warehouse, not 
exceeding $500 in value 10 

Warehouse receipts exceeding $500, and 
not exceeding $1000 20 

Warehouse receipts exceeding $1000 for 
every additional $1000 or fractional 
part thereof in excess of $1000 01 

Warehouse receipt for any good3 not oth- 
erwise provided for, stored or deposited 
in any public or private warehouse or 
yard 25 

Weigher's Returns— for weight not ex- 
ceeding 500 ttis 10 

Exceeding 500 lbs 25 

WRITS AND LEGAL DOCrilEXTS. 

Writs, or other original process by which 
any suit is commenced in any court of 
record, either of law or equity 50 

Writ, or other original process issued by 
a court not of record, where the amount 
claimed is $100, or over 50 

Upon every confession of judgment or 
cognovit for $100, or over, except in 
cases where the tax for a writ has 
been paid 50 

Writs or other process on appeals 
from justices' courts, or other courts of 
inferior jurisdiction, to a court of 
record 50 

Warrant of distress, when the amount of 
rent claimed does not exceed $100 25 

Warrant of distress, when the amount 
exceeds $100 50 

Writs, summons, and other process iasued 
by a justice of the peace, police or mu- 
nicipal court of no greater jurisdiction 
than a justice of the peace in the 
same St:ite exempt 

Writs, and other process in any criminal 
or other suits commenced by the United 
States in any State exempt 

Official documents, instruments, and 
papers issued or used by officers of the 
United States Governmeut exempt 



TEEMONT HOUSE, 

CHICAGO, ILLIMOISj 
Re-bnilt, Remodeled & Re-furnislied in 1862, 

AT A €OST OF $160,000. 

It contains all the modern improvements, and is one of the best appointed Hotels in the country. 

It has 

l^iUMEROUS SUiTES OF ROOi^S, 

^"itli Elatlis, Water, etc., attached for tlie accommodatioji of Families. 

It is easy of access to all the difierent Railroad Depots, Places of Amusements, and Steamboat 
Landings. 

QAG-E & DRAKE, ProDrietors. 



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IsTATIOl^AL TAX LAW. 



COMPLETE ALPHABETICAL SUMMARY OP 



Rates, Licenses, Duties and Excises Imposed. 



ADVERTISEMENTS inserted in news- 
papers, magazines, reviews, or any 
other publication, on gross receipts for. 3 per ct. 

Advertisements, all receipts for, to the 
amount of $600 exempt 

Advertisements in newspapers, whose 
average circulation does not exceed 
2,000 copies exempt 

Affidavits in suits exempt 

Agents, insurance, (see "Insurance 
Agents,") $10 00 

Agreements, for each sheet or piece of 
paper on which written, stamp duty. . . 5 cents 

Agreements for the hire, use or rent of 
any land, tenement or portion thereof, 
(see " Lease,") 50 cts. 

Alcohol, made or manufactured of spirits 
or materials upon which the duties im- 
posed by this act shall have been paid, 
is not to be considered a manufacture. 

Ale, per barrel of 31 gallons, fractional 
parts of a barrel to nay proportionally, 
(see " Malt Liquors,'') 1 00 

Ambrotypes, same as " Photographs." 

Ammoniacal liquor and the pr.-ducts of 
the manufacture of ammoniacal liquor 
produced in the manufacture of illumi- 
nating gas exempt 

Animal oils, per gallon 6 cents 

Anodynes, each package of, the retail 
price or value of which does not exceed 
25 cents, stamp duty 1 cent 

Anodynes, each package of, the retail 
price or value of which exceeds 25 
cents, and does not exceed 60 cents, 
stamp duty 2 cents 

Anodynes, each package of, the retail 
price or value of which exceeds 50 
cents, and does not exceed 75 cents, 
stamp duty 3 cents 

Anodynes, exceeding 75 cents, and not 

exceeding $1 4 cents 

Anodynes, each package of, the retail 
price or vahie of which exceeds $1, for 
each and every 50 cents and fractional 
part thereof over and above $1, an ad- 
ditional stamp duty of 2 cents 

Apothecaries, under which term is in- 
cluded every person who keeps a shop 
or building where medicines are com- 
pounded or prepared, according to pre- 
scriptions of physicians, or where medi- 
cines are sold. Wholesale and retail 



dealers who have taken out a license 
therefor shall not be required to take 
out a license as apothecarv, nor shall 
apothecaries, who have tiken out a 
license as such, be required to take out 
a license as retail dealers in liquors, iu 
consequence of selling alcohol, wines, or 
spirituous liquors used for medicinal 
purposes, for license 10 00 

Apothecaries, who?e gross annual sales do 
not exceed 11,000 exempt 

Appraisements of value or damage, on 
each sheet or piece of paper on which 
written, a stamp duty of 5 cents 

Architects and civil engineers, under 
which term is included every person 
whose business it is to plan, design or 
superintend the construction of build- 
ings or ships, or of roads, or bridges, 
or cmals, or railroads, provided tnat 
this act shall not include a practical 
carpenter who labors on a building, for 
license 10 00 

Assayers, assaying gold and silver, or 
either, of a value not exceeding in one 
year $250,000, shall pay $100 for each 
license, and $200 when the value exceeds 
$250,000, and does not exceed $500,000, 
and $500, when the value exceeds 
$500,000. 

Any person or persons, or corporation 
whose business it is to separate gold 
and silver from any other metals or 
mineral substances with which such 
gold or silver or both are alloyed, com- 
bined or united, or to ascertain or de- 
termine the quantities of gold or silver 
in any alloy or combination with other 
materials, shall be deemed an assayer. 

Assignment on mortgage, stamp duty 
same as on the original instrument. 

Assignment of policies of insurance, stamp 
duty same as on the original instru- 
ment. 

Assignment of lease, stamp duty the same 
as on original instrument, inereastd by 
a stamp duty on the consideration or 
value of the assignment equal to that 
imposed upon the conveyance of land 
for similar consideration or value. 

Auctioneers, under which term is includ- 
ed every person whose business it is to 
offer property for sale to the highest 



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and best bidder, for license, whose an- 

nnal sales do not exceed $10,000 10 00 

Auctioneers, whose sales exceed $10,000. 20 00 

Auction sales of goods, real estate, mer- 
chandise, articles and things, including 
all sales of stocks, bonds and other se- 
curities, on gross aniDont of sales. ^ of 1 per ct. 

Awnings, made of cotton, flax or hemp, 

or part of either, or other material 6 perct. 

Awnings, the sewing or pasting of the ma- 
terial wheieof belonged to the employer, 
when the cloth or material frotu which 
made was imported or has been sub- 
ject to or paid a duty, taxed only on 
the increased value. 

BAGS, made of cotton, flax or hemp, or 
part of either, or other material 6 per ct. 

Bags, the sewing or pasting of, same as 
" Awnings." 

Band iron,»(see " Iron,") per ton 3 60 

Banks, on average amount of deposits, 
each month !-24 of 1 per ct. 

Banks, on average amount of circulation, 
each month 112 of Iper ct. 

Banks, on all State bank notes after July 
1,1866 lOperct. 

Banks, on aver.ige amount of capital of 
any bank, association, company or cor- 
poration, or peison engaged in the 
business of bankina:, beyond the amount 
invested in United States bonds, each 
month 1-24 of 1 per ct. 

Banks, on the average amount of circula- 
tion issued beyond 90 per cent, of the 
capital, and upon any amount of such 
circulation btyoad the average amount 
of the circulation that has been issued 
for the six months preceding July 1, 
1864, additional lax of 1-6 of 1 perct. 

Banks, on all dividends 5 perct. 

Banks, (not making dividends,) on pro- 
tits 5 perct. 

Banks, savings, that have no capital 
Btock, and whose business is confined 
to receiving deposits and loaning the 
same for the benefit of their depositors, 
and which do no other business of 
banking, shall pay on their deposits, 
monthly 1-24 of 1 per ct. 

Bank check, draft or order for the pay- 
ment of any sum of money whatever, 
drawn on any bank, banker or trust 
company, or (or any sum exceeding ten 
dollars drawn upon any other person or 
persons, companies or corporations, at 
sight or on demand 2 cents 

Bankers, using a capital not exceeding 
$50,000, for license 100 00 

Bankers, using a capital exceeding 
$50,000, for every additional $1,000 in 
excess of $50.000 2 00 

Every person, fiiiu or company, and every 
incorporated or other bank, having a 
place of business where credits are 
opened by the deposit or collection of 
money or currency, subjict to be paid 
or remitted upon draft, check or order, 
or where money is advanced or loaned 
on stocks, bonds, bullion, bills of ex- 
change or promissory notes, or where 
stocks, bonds, bullion, bills of exchange 
or promissory notes are received for 
discount or sale, shall be regarded as 
bankers. 

Baniers, savings banks, except such as 



have no fixed capital, and whose busi- 
ness is confined to receiving deposits 
and loaning the same, and who do no 
other business of banking, for license 
as banker $100 

Barges, on gross receipts, where the gross 
rece pts are $1,000 per annum 2J per ct. 

Barks, bulls of, hereafter built or finish- 
ed 2 1-5 per ct. 

Barytes, sulphate of, 100 pounds. . .14 4-10 cents 

Beer, per barrel of 31 gallons, fractional 
parts of a barrel to pay proportionately 
(see '• Malt Liquors ") 1 00 

Benzine, per gallon 20 cts, 

Benzole, per gallon 20 cts. 

Bibles, and all parts of the same (see 
" Books ") 5 per ct. 

Bicarbonate of soda, per pound 6 mills 

Billheads printed, printed cards anA print- 
ed circulars, law -blanks, conveyancers' 
blanks, and other printed forms, ad va- 
lorem 6 per ct. 

Billiard tables, kept for use, for each table 10 00 

Billiard rooms, for license for each table. 10 00 

Bill of exchange (inland), draft, or order 
for the payment of any sum of money, 
otherwise than at sight or on demand, 
for every one hundred dollars or frac- 
tional parts thereof 5 Cts. 

Bills of exchange (foreign). The acceptor 
or acceptors of any bill of exchange or 
order for the payment of any sum of 
money drawn, or purporting to have 
been drawn, in any foreign country, 
but payable in the United States, shall, 
before paying or accepting the same, 
place thereon a stamp indicating the 
duty. 

Bills of exchange (foreign), drawn in. 
but payable out of the United States, if 
drawn singly, or if drawn otherwise 
than in sets of three or more, according 
to the custom of merchants and bank- 
ers, same as bill of exchange (inland). 

Bills of exchange (foreign), if drawn in 
sets of three or mcn-e, for every bill of 
each set, where the sum made payable 
shall not exceed $100, or its equivalent 
thereof in any foreign currency 2 cts. 

Bills of exchange (foreign), for every ad- 
ditional $100, or fractional part thereof, 
in excess of $100 2 cts. 

Bills of lading, other than charter party, 
for any goods, merchandise or effects, 
to be exported from a port or place in 
the United States to any foreign port 
or place, a stamp duty of 10 cts. 

Bills of sale, by which any ship or vessel, 
or any part thereof, shall be conveyed 
to or vested in any other person or per- 
sons, when the consideration shall not 
exceed $500, stamp duty 50 cts. 

Bills of sale, by which any ship or vessel, 
or any part thereof, shall be conveyed 
to or vested in any other person or per- 
sons, when the consideration exceeds 
$500, and does not exceed $1,000, stamp 
duty 1 00 

Bills of sale, by which any ship or vessel, 
or any part thereof, shall be conveyed 
to or vested in any other person or per- 
sons, for each and every addilional 
amount of $500, or any fractional part 
thereof in excess of $1,000 50 cts. 

Binders' boards 3 6-10 per ct. 

Bitters, same as " Medicines." 



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145 



Boards (" lumber ") are not to be con- 
sidered a manufacture. 

Boilers, of all kinds 6 per ct. 

J8S- When sucli boilers liave been once 
assessed and a duty pr. viously paid 
thereon, the amount so paid shall be de- 
ducted from the duties on the finished 
engine. 

Bolts, see " Iron " and " Brass." 

Bonds of canal companies 5 per ct. 

Bonds, auction sales of, on gross amounts 
of sales I of 1 per ct. 

Bonds indemnifying any person for the 
payment of any sum of money wheie 
the money nltimntely recoverable there- 
upon is $1,000 or less, a stamp duty of. 50 cts. 

Bonds indemnifying any person for the 
payment of any sum of money where 
the money ultimately recoverable there- 
upon exceeds $1,000. for every addi- 
tional $1,000 or fractional part thereot 
in excess of $1,000 50 cts. 

Bonds fur thj due execution or perform- 
ance of the duties of any office 1 00 

Bonds of any description, other tlian such 
as are lequired in legjl proceedings 
and such as are not otherwise charged, 
a stamp duty of 25 cts. 

Bond for deed or conveyance of land 25 cts. 

Bone dust exempt 

Bone, manufactures of, wholly or in part, 
if not otiierwise specified, ad valorem. % per ct. 

Books, including bibles, testaments, or 
volumes consisting of only parts of 
either, pr.iyer books, arithmetics, spel- 
ling books, geographies, grammars and 
primary books used in schools, and all 
books printed by religious societies for 

the use "f Sunday schools 5 per ct. 

4S~ The duty upon printed books, 
magazines, etc., is to be paid by the 
publisher. 

Bootmakers, making articles to order, as 
custom work, and not for sale general- 
ly, shall, to the amount of $600, be ex- 
empt from duty ; and f >r any excess 
beyond ths atnount of $600 shall pay a 
duty of 3 per ct. 

Boots, ready m^ide 3 6-10 per ct 

Bottles, coutaiaing medicines, etc., the 
retail price or v.ilue of which, contents 
included, does not exceed 25 cents, a 
stamp duty ( f 1 ct. 

Bottles, containing medicines, etc., the 
retail price or value of which, contents 
included, exceeds 2.3 cents, but dues not 
exceed 50 cents, stamp duty 2 cts. 

Bottles, coutiiining medicines, etc., the 
retail pi ice or v.ilue of which, contents 
included, exceeds 50 cents, but does not 
exceed 75 cents 3 cts. 

Bottles, containing medicines, etc., the 
value of which, coi. teats included, shall 
exceed 75 cents, and shall not exceed 
$i 4cts. 

Bottles, containing medicines, etc., the 
value of wliich, contents included, ex- 
ceeds $1, for each and every 50 cents 
or fractional pait thereof over and 
above $1. an additional stamp duty of. 2 cts. 

Bowling alleys, for each alley, duty for 

license 10 00 

Boxes, containing medicines, etc., same 
as " Buttles,'" which see. 

Brandy, distilled from grapes, per gallon. 50 cts. 



Brandy, distilled from apples or peaches, 
per gallon 1 50 

Brass, pigs, ingots or bars 3 6-10 per ct. 

Brass, rolled, in rods or sheets 3 6-10 per ct. 

Brass, made of copper and spelter, on 
which a duty of three per cent, ad va- 
lorem sh 'U have bi en iissessed und p;iid. 
additional on the increased value. 3 6-10 per ct. 

Brass, all manufactures of 6 per ct. 

Brass nails, rivets, etc 3 6-10 per ct. 

Bread and breadstuffs exempt 

Brewers, under which term is iacluded 
every person who manufactu:es fer- 
mented liqu'irs, of au}' name or descrip- 
tion, for sale, from malt, or any substi- 
tute therefor, wholly or in part, for 
li ense 50 00 

Brewers, who manufacture less than 500 

barrels per year, for license 25 00 

Bricks 3 610 per ct. 

Bridges, tolls 3 per ct. 

Bristles, manufactures of, not otherwise 
specified 6 per ct. 

Brokers, under which term is included 
every person, firm or company whose 
business it is, as a broker, to neg')tiate 
piircl:ases or sal^s of stocks, exchange, 
bullion, coined money, bank notes, pro- 
missory notes or other securities, for 

tuemselves or others, for license 50 GO 

J8®°" Persons holding a license as 
banker are not required to take out one 
as a broker. 

Brokers, commercial, under which term 
is included every person who^e business 
it is, as a broker, to negotiate sales or 
purciiases of goods, wares, produce or 
merchandise, not otherwise provided 
for, or seek orders therefor in original 
or unbroken packages, or to neiioti^te 
freights and other business for the ovvn- 
eis of vessels, or for shippers or con- 
signees, or consignees of freight carried 
by vessels, for each license 20 00 

Brokers, upon all sales of merchandise, 
produce, or other goods i of 1 per ct. 

Brokers upon all sales and contrads f)r 
sales of stocks and bonds, 1-20 of 1 per 
cent, on the par value thereof. 

Brokers on all sales of foreign exch.^nge, 
piomis.sory notes, or other securities, 
1-20 of 1 per cent, on the amount of 
such sales, and of all contracts for such 
sales. 

Brokers on all sales or contracts of 
sales of gold and silver bullions and 

coin 1-10 of I per ct. 

jKS" Any person, firm or company, not 
being licensed as a broker or banker, 
who shall sell or offer to sell any gold 
and silver, bullion, fureign exchange, 
uncurrent mouey, promissory notes, 
stoL-ks. bonds or other securities not 
bona fide, at, the time, his own prop- 
erty, and actually on hand, shall be 
liable, in addition to all other penalties 
provided in such cases, to pay 50 per 
centum in addition to the foregoing 
duties and rates of duty. 

Brokers, land warrant, (see " Land 

Warrant Brokers.") 25 00 

Brokers, insurance, (see " Insurance 
Agents.") 25 00 

Brokers, cattle, (see " Cattle Brokers.") 10 00 

Brokers, pawn, (see " Pawnbrokers.") 50 00 



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Brokers, produce, (see Produce Bro- 
kers.") 10 00 

Brokers, custom house, (see ■' Custom 
House Brokers.") 10 00 

Brokers, substitute, or those engaged ia 
procuring siiiistilntfs for the army or 
navy, shall pay for license 100 00 

Brokers, substitute, for each substitute 

procured and mustered into service 10 00 

,6®= Every person who shall furnish, 
or offer to furnish, for pay, fee or re- 
ward, volunteers, representative re- 
cruits, or substitutes for men drafted or 
liable to be drafted, for the military or 
naval service of the United States, 
shall be deemed a substitute bioker 
under this act : Provided, however, 
that persons appointed by any State, 
county, city, township, or district, for 
the military service of the United 
States, under the call of the President 
of the United States, shall not be con- 
sidered substitute brokers : And 
provided, further, that such person 
or agent shall leceive no compensation 
except that which is given by such 
State, county, town, city or district. 

Builders and contractors, under which 
terra is included every person whose 
business it is to construct buildings, or 
ships, or bridges, or canals, or rail- 
roads by contract: Provided, that no 
license shall be required of any person 
whose building contracts do not exceed 
$2,500 for any'one year— for license. . . 25 00 

Builders and contractors, if his contracts 
for any one year exceed $25,000, for 
each additional $1,000 1 00 

Building stones, of any description, 

dressed, hewn or finished" 3 610 per ct. 

Bullion, value of the bullion used in the 
manufacture of silver ware, silver 
bullion rolled, prepared for platers' use 
exclusively exempt 

Bullion, in lump, ingot, bar or otherwise, 
to be paid by the assayer 5-8 of 1 per ct. 

Bullion and coin, all sales and contracts 
of sales 1-10 of 1 per ct. 

Burning fluid is not to be considered a 
manufacture. 

Butchers, under which term is included 
every person who shall sell butchers' 
meat at retail : Provided, that no 
butcher having taken out a license, and 
paid $10 therefor, shall be required to 
take out a license as retail dealer on 
account of selling other articles at the 
same store, stall or premises : Provided, 
further, that butchers, whose annual 
sales do not exceed $1,000, and buteliers 
who retail butchers' meat exclusively, 
by themselves or agents, and persons 
who sell shell or other fish, or both, 
traveling from place to place, and not 
from any shop or stand, shall be re- 
quired to pay $5 only for each license, 
any existing law to the contrary not- 
withstanding ; and, having taken out a 
license therefor, shall not be required 
to take out a license as peddler, for re- 
tailing butchei-s' meat or fish, as afore- 
said : Provided, further, that those who 
sell shell or other fish, from hand-carts 
or wheelbarrows exclusively, shall be 
exempt— for license 10 00 

Butter , exempt 



CALFSKINS, tanned 6 per ct. 
Calfskins , patent 6 per ct. 

Calves, exceeding three months old, 
slaughtered 40 eta. 

Calves under three months old, each. ... 5 els. 

C.inals, on gross receipts, where the gross 
receipts exceed $1,000 per annum 2^perct. 

Cauals, (see " Ships," third paragraph.)' 

Canals, when the water is used for mi- 
ning purposes, on gross receipts, where 
the gross receipts exceed $1,000 per 
annum 2| per ct. 

Canal companies, interest on bonds or 
dividends of, coupons, or profits carried 
to the account of any fund 5 per ct. 

Canal navigation companies, on interest, 
coupons, dividends or profits, carried 
to the account of any fund 5 per ct. 

Canal boats, on gross receipts, where the 
gross receipts exceed $1,000 per an- 
num 2-2" per ct. 

Canal boats, (see " Ships," third para- 
graph.) 

Candles, of whatever material made 6per ct. 

Candy, sugar, (see " Sugar Candy.") 

Caps 6 per ct. 

Cards, circulars, etc., printed G perct. 

Cards, playing, per pack, of whatever 
number, whenever the pi ice per pack 
does not exceed 18 cents 2 cts. 

Care's, playing, per pack, over 18 and 
not over 25 cents per pack 4 cts. 

Cards, playing, per pack, over 25 and 
not over 50 cents per pack ... 10 cts. 

Cards, playing, per pack, over 50 and 
not over $1 per pack 15 cts. 

Cards, pi. lying, ])er pack, over $1, for 

each additional 50 cents or fraction 5 cts. 

J6®-Tlie manufacturer of playing 
cards is allowed to affix the stamp ap- 
propriate to the price at which he sells, 
and the subsequent vender must affix 
the additional stamp, if the advance on 
price is such as to require it. 

Carpets, the sewing of, the same as 
" Awnings " 

Carriages, etc., valued at 50 dollars, and 
not exceeding 100 dollars, including the 
harness 1 00 

Carriages, valued at above 100 dollars, 
and not above 200 dollars 2 00 

Carriages, exceeding in value 200 dollars 
and not exceeding 300 dollars 3 00 

Carriages exceeding 300 dollars, and not 
above 500 dollars 6 00 

Carriiges above 500 dollars 10 00 

Carriages, repairs, on increased value 
over ten per cent , 3 6-10 per ct. 

Cars, repairs, on increased value over ten 
per cent 3 6-10 per ct. 

Cassia, ground, and all imitations of, per 
pound 1 1-5 ct. 

Castings, (see " Iron," and " Brass.") 

Castile soap, (see " Soap.") 

Cattle, slaughtered, over three months 
old, except when slaughtered for their 
hides and tallow exclusively, each. . - . 40 cts. 

Cattle, slaughtered, under three mouths 
old, each 5 cts. 

Cattle slaughtered by any person, for his 
own consumption, not exceeding five 
in number exempt 

Cattle brokers, including every person 
whose business it is to buy, or sell, or 
deal in cuttle, hogs or sheep, whose 
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lars, for license 10 00 

Cattle brokers whose sales annually ex- 
ceed lO.OdO dollars, for each additional 
1,000 dollars 1 00 

Cavendish tobacco, per pound 35 cts. 

Cement, made wholly or iu part of plue, 
to be sold in a liquid state, per gallon. . 43 cts. 

Certificate of stock in any incorporated 
company, stamp duty on each 25 cts. 

Certificate of profits, or any certificate or 
memorandum showing an interest iu 
the property or accumulations of any 
incorporated company, if not less tlum 
10 dollars, and not exceeding 50 dollars, 
stamp duty clO ts. 

Certificate of profits for a sum exceeding 
$50, and not exceeding $1 ,000 25 cents 

Certificate of profits exceeding f 1,000, for 
every additional $1,000, or fractional 
part 25 cents 

Certificate — Any certificate of d.image, 
and all other certificates or documents 
issued by any port warden, marine 
surveyor, or other person acting as 
such, stamp duty 25 cents 

Certificate of deposit, of any sum of 
money, in any b.ink or trust company 
or with any banker or person acting 
as such, if for a sum not exceeding 
$100, stamp duty 2 cents 

Certificate of deposit, if for a sum ex- 
ceeding $100, stamp duty 5 cent= 

Certificate of weight or quantity of an- 
ima's, wood, coal or hay Free 

Certificates of any other description 
than those specified in schedule B, a 
stamp duty of 5 cents 

Charcoal is not to be considered a man- 
ufacture. 

Charter Party— Contract or agreement 
for the charter of any ship, or vessel, 
or steamer, or any letter, memorandum 
or other writing, between the captain, 
master, or owner, or person acting as 
agent of any ship, or vessel, or steam- 
er, and any other person or persons, 
for or relating to the charter of such 
ship, or vessel, or steamer, or any re- 
newal or transfer thereof, if the regis- 
tered tonnage of such ship, or vessel, 
or ship, or steamer does not exceed 
150 tons, stamp duty 1 00 

Charter Party, exceeding 150 tons, and 

not exceeding 300 tons, stamp duty.. 3 00 

Charter Party, exceeding 300 tans, and 
not exceeding 600 tons, stamp duty. . 5 00 

Charter Party, exceeding 600 tons, stamp 

duty ■ 10 00 

Checks drawn upon any bank, trust 
company, or any person or persons, 
companies or corporations.for the pay- 
ment of .money, see "Bank Check." 

Cheese is not to be considered a manu- 
facture. 

Chemical preparations, same as "Medi- 
cines."' 

Chemical productions, all uncompound- 
ed, not otherwise provided for.^ 6 per ct. 

Cheroots, see "Cigars." 

Chocolate, prepared, per pound 14-7 pr ct. 

Cider is not considered a m:-inufacture. 

Cider Vinegar is not considered a mauu- 
factuie. 

Cigars, see "Segars." 

Circulars, cards, billheads, law blanks, 
and other printed forms 6 per ct. 



Circuses, under which term is included 
every building, tent, space or area 
where feats of horsemanship, or acro- 
batic sports, or the-itrical performan- 
ces are exhibited, for license 100 00 

Circuses, on gross receipts .2 per ct. 

Civil Eugineeis, f see "Architects,") f.r 
licen.se 10 00 

Claim agents, under which terra is inclu- 
ded every person whose business it is 
to prosecute claims in any of the exec- 
utive departments of the Federal Gov- 
ernmeut, for each yearly license 10 00 

Clearance, same as "Manifest." 

Clocks and timepieces 6 per ct. 

Clock movements, without being cased. .6 per ct. 

Cloth, and all textile, or knitted, or felted 
articles or faiirics of cottou, wool or 
other materials, btfore the same has 
been dyed, piinted or bleached, and 
on all cloth paiuted.enameled, shirred, 

tarred, varnished or oikd 6 per ct. 

f^' Provided, that thread and yarn 
and warps sold before weaving, shall 
be regarded as manufactures, and be 
subject to a duty of five per centum 
ad valorem. 

Cloth or fabrics, when made of thread, 
yarn or warps, upon which a duty shall 
have been assessed and paid, shall be 
assessed and pay a duty on the increas- 
ed value only ; and when made whol- 
ly by the same mauuf^^cturei , shall be 
subject to a duty only of five per 
centum ad valorem. 

Clothiug, or articles of dress^ made to 
order, on excess over six hundred dol- 
lars 6 per ct. 

Clothing, manufactured, when the annu- 
al product exceeds $1,000, ad valorem 6 oer ct. 

Cloths— On all cloths of silk, cotton or 
other material, dyed, j)iintcd, bleach- 
ed, on which a duty or tax shall have 
been paid before the same were so 
dyed, printed, or bleached, the duty or 
tax of five per centum shall be assessed 
only ou the increased value thereof. 

Cloves, ground, and all imitations of, 
per a 1 l-5prct. 

Clove stems, ground, and all imitations 
per B 1 1-5 pr ct. 

Coal. uU mireral, except such as will 
pass through a 5-8 inch mesh, per ton 6 cents 

Coal which will pas* through a 5-8 inch 
mesh Exempt 

Coal gas. see "Gas." 

Coal oil, produced by the distillation of 
coal, asphaltum or shale, exclusively, 
refined, per gallon 15 cents 

Coal illuminating oil, refined, produced 
by the distillation of coal, asphaltum, 
shale, peat, petroleum, or rock oil, 
and all other bituminous substances 
used for like purposes, per gallon 20 cents 

Coal oil disnilers, under which terra is 
included any person who shall refine, 
produce or distil, crude or retiued pe- 
troleum or rock oil, or crude coal oil, 
or crude or refined oil made of asphal- 
tum, shale, peat, or other bituminous 
substances, or shall manufacture coal 
illuminating oil, for each license 50 00 

Coal tar, produced in the manufacture 
of gas Exempt 

Cocoa, prepared, per lb 1 4-7 pr ct. 

CoHee, ground, per B& ll-5pr ct. 



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Coffee— All preparations of which cof- 
fee roim-< a pai t, and on all ground or 
ungrouiid substitutes for coffee, per 
pound 1 1-5 pr ct. 

Coin and bullion— On all sales and con- 
tracts of sales 1-10 of Ipr ct. 

Ci^'ke Exempt 

Commercial Brokers, see "Brokers." 

Concentrated milk is not to be consid- 
ered a mannficture. 

Concert halls, (see 'Theatres,") license 100 00 

Confectioners, under which term is inclu- 
ded every person who sells at retail 
confectionery, sweetmeats, comfits, 
or other cmifects, in any building, 
('confectioners who have taKen out a 
license as wholesale or retail dealers 
are not leqiiii ed to take a separate 
license,) for e;ich license 10 00 

Confectiniieis, whose gross annual sales 
do not exceed one thousand dollars. . Exempt 

Confectionery, made wholly or in p.irt of 
sugar, same as 'Sugar Candy." 

Con-iiimption entry at iiny custom house, 
not exceeding one hundred dollars in 
value, stam|)duty 25 cents 

Consuiuption entry at any custom house, 
exceeding one hundred collars and 
not exceeding five. hundred dollars. . . 50 cents 

Consumption entry at any custom house, 
exceeding live hundred dollars m vilue 1 00 

Contract for tiie hire, use or rent of any 
land, tenement or portion thereof, see 
"Lease.'' 

Contract of insurance against accidental 
injury to persons Free 

Contracts, biokeis' note or memorandum 
of sale of any goods, or merchandise, 
.stocks, bo!uls, exdiange. notes of 
band, re.U est;ite. or property of any 
kind or description, issued by brokers 
or persons acting as such, stamp 
duty 10 cents 

Contractors, for license, see " Builders." 

Conve3'ance, deed, instiument or writing 
whereby any lands, tenements, or oth- 
er realty sold, shall be granted, as- 
signed, tiiiiisferred, or otherwise con- 
veyed to or vested in the purchaser or 
purchasers, or to any person or per- 
sons, by his, her or their direction, 
when tlie value does not exceed five 
hundred di'll trs, stamp duty 50 cents 

Conveyance, exceeding five hundred dol- 
lars, and not exceeding one thousand 
dollars. 

Conveyance, exceeding one thousand 
dollais, lor eveiy additional five hun- 
dred dollars or fractional part 50 cents 

Conveyancers, un^er which term is inclu- 
ded every person, other than one hold- 
ing a license as lawyer or claim agent, 
whose business it is to draw d'Cds, 
bonds, m irtgages, wills, writs, or oth- 
er legil pupers, or to eximine titles to 
real e-^tate, for license 10 00 

Cjpper, rolled 3 610 pr ct. 

Copper and lead,ing'.ts, pigs or birs 3 6-10 pr ct. 

Copper, when duty has not been paid on 
ingots, bars or pigs 6 per ct. 

Copper, manufacturers of, not otherwise 

provided for, ad valorem 6 per ct. 

Copper nails 3 6-10 per ct. 

Cordials, medioiual, same as "Medi- 
cines." 



Cosmetics, same as " Medicines." 

Cotton, raw, per lb 2 cents 

Cotton, manufacturers of, wholly or in 
part, not otherwise provided for 6 per ct. 

Cotton fabrics, woven, knit or felled, 
before dyed, printed, bleached, or pre- 
liared in any other manner G per ct. 

Cotton, umbrellas 6 per ct. 

Counons, railroad 6 per ct. 

Custo.n house brokers, under which term 
is included every person whose occu- 
pation it is, as the agent of others, to 
arr-nge entries and other custom h!)use 
papers, 't tiansact business at any pert 
of entry, relating to the importation 
or ex|)ortation of goods, wares or mer- 
chandise, for each license 10 00 

D.\GUERRP:0TYPES, same as " Pho- 
tographs." 

Deeds, whereiiy any lands, tenements or 
other things sold shall be granted, 
leased, assigned, transferred, or other- 
wise conveyed to or vested in the pur- 
chaser or purchasers, or to any per- 
son or persons by his, her or their di- 
rection, stamp duty, same as " Convey- 
ance." 

Deerskins, dressed and smoked, see 
'• Skins." 

Dentifrice^ each pack-igej of, the retail 
price or value of which does not ex- 
ceed 25 cents, stamp duty 1 cent 

Dentifrice, exceeding 25 cnts.but not 
exi-eeding 50 cents, stamp duty 2 cents 

Dentifrice, exceeding 50 cents, but not 
exceediu'/ 75 cents 3 cents 

Dentifrice, ea-h pack^ige of, the value of 
which shall excei-d 75 cents, and sliall 
not exceed one dollar 4 cents 

Dentifrice, exieeding one dollar, for each 
and eveiy 50 cents, or fractional part 
thereof, over and aliove one dollar, an 
additional -tamp duty of 2 cents 

Dentists, for license 10 00 

Diamonds, preciousstones :uid jnveliy. .6 per ct. 

Distilled spirits, see " Spirits." 

Distilled Spirits— Tlie duty on spirituous 
liquors, and all other spirituous bever- 
ages enumerated in the Tax Bill, is to 
be collected at no lower rate ttian the 
basis of first proof, and shall be in- 
creased in jiroportion for any greater 
strength than the .stiength of pioof. 

Distilled S|iirits— The terra first proof is 
declared to mean that jin.of of a liquor 
which corresponds to fifty degrees of 
Tr.illes' centessimal hydioineler, at 
the temperature of sixty degrees of 
P.ihrenheit thermometer, and in levy- 
ing duties on liquors above and below 
jiroof, tlie table contained in the M m- 
ual for Inspectors of Spirits, prepared 
by Professor McCuUoch, und-r the 
superintendence of Professor Bache, 
and adopted by the Treasury Dep.ir,- 
ment, is to be used and taken as giv- 
ing the proportions of ab-olute alcohol 
in the liquid gu.ged and proved, ac- 
cording to whit h duties shall be levied. 

Distillers, under which terra is included 
every person, firm orco'p irvt on who 
distils or manufactures spirits for sale, 
for license 60 00 

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per year ii> UU 

Distillers of apples, gi-fipes and peaches, 
making less than 150 barrels per year 12 50 

Distillers— No license shall be required 
for any still, stills, or other apparatus 
used by druggists and chemists forihe 
recovery of alcohol for pharmaceutical 
and chemical or scientific purposes, 
which has been u^ed in those pro- 
Distillers of coal oil, see " Coal Oil Dis- 
tillers." 

Dividend* — Anrual income from, when 
exceeding six hundred dollars, and 
not exceeding five thousand dollars, 
ou the ex "ess over six hundred dollars. 5 pr ct. 

Dividends exceeding five thous-ind dol- 
lars, and not exceeding ten thousand 
dollars, on excess over five thousand 
dollars 7-12 per ct. 

Dividends on excess over ten thousand 
dollars 10 per ct. 

Dividends on excess over ten thousand 
dollars, of citizens residing abroad, 
(see " Incomes,") in addition to above 
rates 2 per ct. 

Dividends of banks, trust companies, 
savings institutions, fire, marine, life 
. and inland insurance companies 5 per ct. 

Dividends generally 5 per ct. 

Dog skins Gperct. 

Draft, drawn upon any bank, trust com- 
pany, or any person or pers ms, com- 
panies or corporations, fjr the pay- 
ment of money at sight or on demand, 
same as " Bill of Exchange." 

Draining tiles 3 6-10 pr ct. 

Dressmakers, making articles to order, 
as custom work, and not for sale gen- 
erally, shall, to the amount of six hun- 
dred" dollars, be exempt from duty, 
and, for any excess beyond the amount 
of six hundred dollars, shall pay a 
duty of 3per ct. 

Drops, medicinal, same as "Medicines." 



EAimG HOUSES, under which term 
is included every place where food 
or refreslmients of any kind, not in- 
cluding spirits, wines, ale, beer, or 
other malt liquors, are provided for 
casual visitors, and sold for consump- 

. tion therein ; but the keeper of an eat- 
ing-house, having taken out license 
therefor, is not required to take out 
license as confectioner— for license 10 00 

Eating houses, whose gross annual sales 

do not exceed one thousand dollars.. . exempt 

Emeralds, diamonds, and precious stones 6 per ct. 

Enameled leather, see '• Leather." 

Enameled .skirting leather, see "Leather." 

Engines, locomotive 3 610 per ct. 

Engines, marine 3 6-10 per ct. 

Engines, repairs on, increased value 
over ten per cent, on such in- 
crease 36-lOperct. 

Engineers, civil, for license, see " Archi- 
tects." 

Engraveis, productions of . . , 6 per ct. 

Entry, consumption, same as " Ware- 
house Entry.'' 

Entry of any good.s, wares or merchan- 
dise, at any custom house, for ware- 
housing or consumption, see "Ware- 
house Entry." 



Entry for the withdrawal of any goods, 
wares or merchandise trom bonded 
warehouse, stamp duty 50 cents 

Erasive soap, see •' Soap." 

Exhibitions, not otherwise provided for 10 00 

Essential oils 6 per ct. 

Express companies, on gross receipts. . 3 per ct. 

Express agents, including every person, 
firm o- companj', engaged in the car- 
rying or delivery of money, valuable 
papers, or any articles for pay, or doing 
an express business whose gross re- 
ceipts therefrom exceed the sum of « 
s'x hundred dollars per annum — 
liiense 10 00 

But one license fee of ten dollars shall be 
required from any one person, firm or 
company, in respect to all the business 
to be done by such person, firm, or 
company, on a continuous route, and 
the payment of such license fee shall 
cover all business done upon sucli 
mute by such person, firm, or com- 
pany, anywhere in the United States; 
and such license fee shall be required 
only from the principal in such busi- 
ness, and not from any subordinate. 

FELLOES, wood for Free 
P'elted fabrirs 6 per ct. 

Ferryboats, on gross receipts 3 per ct. 

Fine cut tobacco, see " Tobacco." 

Fire insurance companies, on all divi- 
dends 5 per ct. 

Fish, preserved, ad valorem 6 per ct. 

Pish oil exempt 

Flax, manufactures of, not otherwise spe- 
cifieil ^. .6 per ct. 

Flax, prepared for textile or felting pur- 
poses, is not to be considered a man- 
ufacture until actually woven, or felled 
into fabric for consumption. 

Flour, made from grain, is not to be con- 
sidered a manufacture. 

Freestone, dressed, hewn, or finish- 
ed 3 610 per ct. 

Fruits, preserved 6 per ct. 

Furniture, made of wood, sold in the 
rough or unfinished 6 per cl. 

Furniture, on which a duty has been 
paid, when sold in a finished condition, 
on increased value 6 per ct. 

Furs, manufactures of 6 per ct. 

CHAINS, annual, of every person, see 
J " Incomes." 

Gas, illuminating, made of coal, when 
the product shall be not above 200,000 
cubic feet per month, per 1,000 cubic 
feet 12ctg. 

Gas, illuminating, when the product 
shall be above 200,000 and not exceed- 
ing 500,000 cubic feet per month, per 
1,000 cubic feet 18 eta. 

Gas, illuminating, when the product shall 
b» above 500,000 and not exceeding 
5,000,000 of cubic feet per month, per 
1,000 cubic feet 24 cts. 

Gas.illuminatiiig. when the product shall 
be above 5,000,000, per 1,000 cubic 
feet 30 eta. 

GaSjill illuminating, same as "Coal Gas." 

Gas-litters, see " Plumbers." 

Gasoline, see " Naptha." 

Gangers' returns, if for a quantity not 
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Gangers' returns, exceeding 500 gallons, 

groos 25 cts. 

Gelatine, of all descriptions in a solid 

state, per pound 1 1-5 ct. 

General business— Every person, firm or 
corporation, engaged in any business, 
trade or profession wliatsoever, for 
which no other license is required, 
whose gross annual receipts therefrom 
exceed $1,000 per annum, for license. 10 00 

Geographies, see "Books" 5 per ct. 

Gift enterprises, proprietors of, including 
efery person firm or corpoiation who 
shall sell nr offer for sale any article 
of merchandise of any description 
whatsoever, with a promise, express or 
implied, to give or bestow, or in any 
ma'nner to hold out to the public the 
promise of gift or bestowal, of any ar- 
ticle or thing for and in consideration 
of the puichase by any person of any 
other article or thing (provided that 
no such proprietor, in consequence of 
being thus licensed, shall be exempt 
from paying any other license or tax 
required by law, and the license here- 
in shall be in addition thereto), for 

license 50 00 

Ginger, ground, and all imitations of, 

per pound 1 1-5 ct. 

Glass, manufactures of, not otherwise 

specified 6 per ct. 

Gloves 6 per ct. 

Glue and cement, made wholly or in part 
of glue, in a liquid form, per gallon. . . 48 cts. 

Glue, in a solid state, per pound 1 1-5 ct. 

Goat skins, curried, manufactured or 

finished 6 per ct. 

Gold and silver, coin or bullion, sales of, 

or contracts of sale 110 of 1 per ct. 

Gold, manufacturers Of, other than jew- 
elry, not otherwise provided for 6 per ct. 

Gold leaf, per pack, containing not more 

than 20 books of 25 leaves 21 6-10 cts. 

Gold foil , per oz. troy 2 40 

Gold watches, composed wholly or in 
part of gold or gilt, kept for use, val- 
ued at $100 or less, each 1 00 

Gold watches, valued over $100, each.. . 2 00 
Goods, made for the use or consumption 

of the maker Free 

Grammars, see " Books " 5 per ct. 

Gunpowder, and all explosive substances 
used for mining, blasting, artillery, or 
sporting purposes, when valued at 38 
cents per pound, or less, per pound, 

ad valorem 6 per ct. 

Gunpowder, when valued above 38 cents 

per pound 12 cts. 

Gutta percha, manufactures of, not oth- 
erwise provided for 6 per ct. 

Gypsum is not to be considered a manu- 
facture. 



HAIR DYE, same as " Medicines." 
Harness leather, see " Leather." 

Hats 6 per ct. 

Headings are not to be considered a 
manufacture. 

Hemp, manufactures of, when not other- 
wise specified 6 per ct. 

Hog skins, tanned or dressed 6 per ct. 

Hogs, sliughtered, each 10 cts. 

Hollow ware, iron, per ton of 2,000 fts. . 3 60 

Hoops exempt 

Hoop iron, see " Iron." 



Hoop skirts, cut tapes and small wares 
used in the manufacture of, exclusive- 
ly Free 

Horn, manufactures of, not otherwise 
provided for 6 per ct. 

Horned cattle, slaughtered, see " Cat- 
tle." 

Horse skins, tanned and dressed 6 per ot. 

Horse shoes, per ton, see " Iron." 

Hoise dealers, under which term is in- 
cluded every person whose business is 
to buy and sell horses and mules, for 
each license 10 00 

Horse dt alers, when they have taken 
out a license as livery stable keepers, 
are not required to take out an addi- 
tional one. 

Hotels — under which terra is included 
every place where food and lodgings 
are provided for and furnished to tra- 
velers and sojourners, in view of pay- 
ment therefor, where the rent or the 
valuation of the yearly rental of the 
house and property occupied shall be 
$200 or less 10 00 

Hotels, where the rent or the valuation of 
ihe yearly rental shall be in excess of 
$200, for any additional $100 or f. ac- 
tional pait thereof, in excess of 200 
dollars 5 00 

ILLUMINATING oil, see " Oil." 
Income, annual, of every person, 
whether citizen residing in or out of 
the United States, when exceeding 600 
dollars and not exceeding 5,000 dollars, 

on the excess over 600 dollars 5 per ct. 

Income, on excess over 5,000 dollars. . . 10 per cl. 
J6S= In estimating the annual gains, 
profits or income of any person , the in- 
terest received or accrued uj)on all 
notes, bonds and mortgages, or other 
forms of indebtedness bearing inter- 
est, whether paid or not, if good and 
collectable, less the interest paid by or 
■due from such person, shall be includ- 
ed and assessed as part of the income 
of such person for each year ; and 
also all income or gaits derived from 
the purchase and sale of stocks or other 
property, real or personal, and of live 
stock, and the amount of live stock, 
sugar, wool, butter, cheese, pork, beef, 
mutton, or other meats, hay and grain, 
or other vegetable or other produc- 
tions, being the growth or produce of 
the estate of such person sold, (not in- 
cluding any part thereof unsold or on 
hand during the year next preceding 
the thirty-first of December, until the 
same s/iaW6e sold,) shall be included 
and iissessed as part of the income of 
such person for each year ; and his 
share of the gains and profits of all 
companies, whether incorporated or 
partuership, shall be incluaed in esti- 
mating the annual gains, profits or in- 
come of any person entitled to the 
same, whether divided or otherwise. 
Income, interest on United Stales secu- 
rities to be included in estituaiing in- 
come. Also all premmms, gold or j 
coupons. 
Income — All persons of lawful age to 

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annual gains, profits and income of any 
person, all national, State and munici- 
pal taxes paid within the year, shall 
be di^ducted from the gains, profits or 
income of the person who has actually 
paid the same, whether owner, tenant 
or mortgager; al>o salary or pay receiv- 
ed for services in the civil, military, 
naval or other service of the U. S., 
including Senators, Representatives 
and delegates in Congress, above the 
rate of six hundred dollars per annum. 
When any person rents buildings, lands 
or other property, or hires any labor to 
cultivate land, or to conduct any other 
business from which such income is 
actually derived, or pays inter'^st upon 
any actual incumbrance thereon, the 
amount actually paid for such rent, 
labor or interest, shall be deducted ; 
and also the amount paid out for usual 
or ordinary repairs, not exceeding the 
average piiid out for such purposes for 
the preceding five years, shall be de- 
ducted, but no deduction shall be made 
for any amount paid out for new 
buildings, permanent improvements, 
or betterments, made to increase the 
value of any property or estate ; also 
the amount paid by atiy person for the 
rent of the homestead used or occu- 
pied 'oy himself or hi§ family ; and the 
rental value of any homestead vsed or 
occupied by any person or by his Jamily 
in his mon ri^ht or in the right of his 
wife, shall not be included and assessed as 
part of the income of such person. But 
one deduction of 000 dollars is allowed 
in any case from the aggregate in- 
comes of any one family. 

India rubber, manufacturers of, not oth- 
erwise specified 6 

Inns, same as " Hotels." 

Instruments of attorney, made in foreign 
countries, same stamp duty as if made 
in the Uaited States. 

Insurance companies, all, on dividends 5 

Insurance companies, all, upon gross 
receipts for premiums and assess- 
ments 1^ 

Insurance companies, foreign, same as 
above. 

Insurance (life) , when the amount in- 
sured shall not exceed 1,000 dollars. . 

Insurance (life), exceeding 1,000 dollars 
and not exceeding 5,000 dollars 

Insurance (life), exceeding 5,000 dollars. 

Insurance — (marine or inland) — Policy 
of insurance, or other instrument, by 
whatever name the same shall be 
called, whereby any insurance shall 
be made or renewed upon property 
of any description, whether against 
perils by sea or t y fire, or other perils 
of any kind, made by any insurance 
company or its agents, or by any 
other company or person, where the 
premium does not exceed 10 dollars. . 

Insurance— (marine or inland)--Policy of 
insurance, where such consideration 
exceeds 10 dollars and does not exceed 
50 dollars 

Insurance— (marine or inland)"Policy of 
insurance exceeding 50 dollars 

Insurance agents, under which term ia 
included every person who shall act as 



per ct. 

per ct. 
per ct. 

25cts. 

50 cts. 
1 tOO 



25 cts. 
50 cts. 



agent of any fire, marine, life, mutual 
or other insurance company or com- 
panies, for license 10 00 

Insurance agents, foreign, including 
every person who shall act as agent 
of any foreign fire, marine, life, mutual 
or other insurance company or compa- 
nies, for license 50 00 

Insurance brokers, embracing persons 
who shall negotiate or procure insu- 
rance in behalf of another person or 
party, for which he shall receive any 
puy, commission or compensation. ... 25 00 

Insurance policies, assignment of, (see 
" Assignment.") 

Insurance policy, or renewal, (see " Pol- 
icy of Insurance,' above.) 

Intelligence office keepers, including 
every person whose business it is to 
find or furni-;h places of employment 
for others, or to find servants upon ap- 
plication in writing, or otherwise, 
receiving compensation therefor, for 
license 10 00 

Interest, income from, (see " Income.") 

Interest on bonds and dividends of canal 
companies 5 per ct. 

Iron, manufactures of, not otherwise 
specified 6 per ct. 

Iron, cast, used for bridges, building, 
or other permanent structures, per 
ton 3 60 

Iron, railroad, per ton 3 60 

Iron, re-rolled, per ton 2 40 

Iron, blooms, slabs or loops, when made 
in forges or bloomeries, directly from 
the ore, per ton 3 60 

Iron, advanced beyond slabs, blooms or 
loops, and not advanced beyond bars, 
per ton 3 60 

Iron, band, hoop and sheet, not thinner 
than No. 18 wire gmge per ton 3 60 

Iron, plate, not less than one-eighth of 
an inch in thickness, per ton 3 60 

Iron, band, hoop, or sheet, tl'inner than 
No. 18 wire gauge, per ton 6 00 

Iron, plate, less than one-eighth of an 
inch in thickness, per ton 6 00 

Iron, nails, cut, and spikes (not inclu- 
ding nails, tacks, brads or finishing 
nails usually put up and sold in papers, 
whether in papers or otherwise, and 
horse shoe nails wrought by machin- 
ery) , per ton 6 00 

Iron, railroad chairs, per ton 6 00 

Iron, railroad spikes, wrought per ton. . 6 00 

Iron, ship splices, wrought, per ton 6 00 

Iron, bars, rods, bands, hoops, sheets, 
plates, nails and spikes, upon which 
duty has been levied and paid , are only 
subject to an additional duty of, per 
ton 2 40 

Iron, steam engines, including locomo- 
tives and marine engines 3 6-10 per ct. 

Iron, rivets, txceedjug 1-4 of an inch in 
diameter, per ton 6 00 

Iron, nuts and washers, not less than 
two ounces each in weight, per ton. . 6 00 

Iron, bolts, exceeding 6-16ths of an 
inch in diameter, per ton 6 00 

Iron, rivets, nuts, washers and bolts, 
where the iron from which said arti- 
cles shall have been made has actu- 
ally paid not less than 3 6-10 dollars 
per ton, only an additional duty of, 
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Iron stoves, per ton 

Iron hollow ware, per ton of 2,000 

pound-! 

Iron castiujjs of all descriptions, ad- 
vanced bc-yond pig iron, blooms. slabs, 
or loops, upon which no duty has been 
asses.-ed or paid in the form of pig 
iron, blooms, slabs or loops, sh;ill be 
assessed and pay, in addition to the 
foregoitig rates, when so advanced, 

per ton 

And when no duty has been assessed or 
paid thereon, in the form of blooms, 
slabs or loops, shall pay, in addition 
to the foregoing rates of iron ad- 
vanced , per ton 

Iron, castings of. exceeding 10 fts. in 
weight for each ca-ting, not other- 
wise provided for, per ton 

Iron, pig. pei ton 

Iron railings 6 

Iron gates 6 

Iron fences 6 

Iron furniture 6 

Iron statuary 6 

Ivory, manufactures of, if not otherwise 



3 eo 

2 40 
per ct. 
per ct. 
per ct. 
per ct. 
per ct. 



6 per ct. 

JACKS AND STALLIONS, for license, 
(see " Stallions,'") 10 00 

Jewelry, diamonds, precious stones, etc.6 per ct 

Jugaleis, including every person who 
performs by sleight of hand, for each 
license 20 00 

The proprietors or agents of all other 
public exhibitions, or shows for 
money, not enumerated in this sec- 
tion, shall pay for each license 10 00 

Jute, manufacturers of, if not otherwise 
specified 6 per ct. 

KID SKTNS, curried, manufactured, 
orfini-hed 6 per ct. 

Knitted fabrics 6per ct. 

LAGER BEER, per barrel, containing 
31 gallons (fractional parts of a bar- 
rel to pay proportionately) (see "Malt 

Liquors,") 1 00 

Lambs, slaughtered, each 5 cents 

Lambs, eX'Miiption same as with "Sheep." 
Land warrant brokers, under which 
term is included every person who 
makes a business of buying and sell- 
ing land warrants, or of furnishing 
them to settlers or other persons, for 

license 25 00 

Lard oil, per gallon 6 cents 

Lath exempt 

Lathes 6 per ct. 

Lawyers, under which term is included 
every person who, for fee or reward, 
shall prosecute or defend any cause, 
in any court of record, or other judi- 
cial tribunal of the United States, or 
of any of the Slates, or give legal ad- 
vice in relation to any cause or mat- 
ter, for each license, (see '-Attorney*') 10 00 
Lead, manufacturers of, if not otherwise 

specified 6 per ct. 

Lead, w bite, per hundred 42 cents 

Lead, ingots, pigs or bars 3 6-10 pr ct. 

Lead, sheet 3 6-10 pr ct. 

Lead, pipes 3 6-10 pr ct. 

Leaf, gold, per package, containing 



not more than 20 books of 25 leaves 

each 21 6-10 pr ct. 

Lease, for the hire, use or rent of any 
land, tenement, or portion thereof, 
where the rent or rental value is three 
hundred dollars, or less, per annum, 
stamp duty 50 cents 

Lease, when rent, &c., exceeds three 
hundred dollars, lor each additional 
two hundred dollars, or fraction, in 
excess 50 cents 

Leases, assignment of, see " Assign- 
ment." 

Leather, enameled C per ct. 

Leather, oil dressed 6 per ct. 

Leather, patent 6 per ct. 

Leather, Japan 6 per ct. 

Leather, of all descriptions, tanned or 
partially tanned, in the rough 6 per ct. 

Leather, of all descriptions, cuiried or 
finished 6 per ct. 

Leather, all previously assessed, in the 
rough, and upon which duties have 
been actually paid, shall be assessed 
on the im^reased value only. 

Leather, when curried or finished leather, 
see "Skins." 

Leather, manufacturers of, not otherwise 
specified 6 per ct. 

Leather, upon which a duty has been 
previously assessed and paid, when it 
shall be manufactured into gloves, 
mittens or moccasin?, the duty shall 
only be assessed upon the increased 
value thereof, when so mannfictuied. 

Legacies— Any person or persons hav- 
ing charge or trust, as administiators, 
exeiutors or trustees of any legacies 
or distributive shares arising from 
personal property, of any kind what- 
soever, wheie the whole am'iunt of such 
personal properly, as aforesaid, shall 
exceed the sum (.f one t!iou-and dol- 
lars in actual value, passing after the 
passage of this act, fiom any person 
possessed of such property, either by 
will, or by the intestate laws of any 
State or Territory, or any person. il 
property or interest therein, trans er- 
red by deed, grant, bargain, sale or 
gift, made or intended to take effect, 
in possession or enjoyment, after the 
deithofthe granter or bargainer, to 
any person or persons, or to any body 
or bodies, puiilic or corporate, in 
trust or otherwise, are sulijett to the 
following taxes : Where the person 
or persons entitled to any beneficial 
inttrest in such property shall be the 
lineal issue or lineal amestor, brother 
or sister to the person who died pos- 
sessed of such property, for each and 
every one hundred dollars of the clear 
value of such interest in such pro- 
perty : 1 00 

Legacies, when the person or persons en- 
titled to any beneficial interest in suet 
property shall be a descendant of a 
brothir'or sister of the person who 
died possessed of such property, for 
each and every 100 dollars of the clear 
value of such interest 2 00 

Legacies, when the person or persons 
entitled to any beneficial interest in 
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sister of the father or mother, or a 
descendant of a brother or sister of 
the father or mother of the person who 
died possessed of such property, for 
each and every 100 dollars of the clear 
value of such interest 4 00 

Legacies, where the person or persons 
entitled to any beneficial interest in 
such property, shall be a brother or 
sister of the grandfather or grandmo- 
ther, or a descendant of the brother or 
sister of the grandfather or grandmo- 
ther of the person who died possessed 
of such property, for each and every 
100 dollars of the clear value of such 
interest 5 00 

Legacies, where the person or peisons 
entitled to any beneficial interest in 
such property shall be in any other 
degree of collateral consanguinity than 
is stated above, or shall be a stranger 
in blood to the person who died i)os- 
sessed, as aforesaid, or sh;ill be a body 
politic or corporate, for each and every 
100 dollars of the clear value of such 
interest 6 00 

Legacies, passing by will or by the laws 
of any State or Territory, to husband 
or wife of the person who died pos- 
sessed of such property Free 

Legal documents, writ or other original 
process commenced in any court of 
law or equity, stamp duty 50 cts. 

Legal documents, where the amount 
claimed in a writ, issued by a court not 
of record, is 100 dollars orover 50 cts. 

Legal documents, upon every confession 
of judgment or cognovit, for 100 del- 
lars or over (> xcept in cases where the 
tax for the writ of a commencement 
of suit has been paid ,) 50 cts. 

Legal documents, writs or other process 
or appeals fiom justice's courts or 
other courts of inferior jurisdiction to 
a court of record 50 cts. 

Legal doi'uments, warrants of distress, 
when the amount of rent claimed does 
not exceed 100 dollars 25 cts. 

Letters of credit, see " Bills of Exchange, 
foreign." 

Letters of administration, see " Probate 
of Will." 

Licenses — A license fee of 10 dollars 
shill be required of every persou , firm or 
corporation engaged in any business, 
trade or profession wha sijever, for 
which no other license is herein requir- 
ed, whose gross annual receipts there- 
from exceed 1,000 dollars per annum. 
When the annual gross receipts or 
sales of any apothecaries, confection- 
ers, eating-houses, tobacconists or re- 
tail dealers, except retail dealers in 
spirituous or malt liquors, shall not ex- 
ceed 1,000 dollars, they shall not be 
required to pay for license. 

Licenses must be taken out each year by 
the following named persims, for which 
they are to pay the sum placed oppo- 
site their names, viz. : 

Agents, insurance 10 00 

Agents, insurance, foreign , . . . . 60 00 

Apothecaries 10 00 

Architects 10 00 

Assayers, see "Assayers." 

10 



Auctioneers, whose annual sales do not 

exceed 10,000 dollars 10 00 

Auctioneers, exceeding 10.000 dollars. 20 00 
Bankers, using capital not exceeding 

50,000 dollars, for each license 100 00 

Bankers using capital exceeding fifty 
thousand dollars, for every additional 
one thousand dollars in excess of 

fifty thousand dollars 2 00 

Billiard tables, each 10 00 

Brewers, (see " Brewers,") 25 00 and 50 00 

Brokers 50 00 

Brokers, pawn, using capital not ex- 
ceeding fifty thousand dollars 50 00 

Brokers, pawn, using capital in excess 
of fifty thousand dollars, f )r every 
additional one thousand dollars in 

excess of fifty thousand dollars 2 00 

Bowling alley.s, for each alley 10 00 

Builders, of ships, houses, etc 25 00 

Butchers, see " Butchers." 

Cattle brokers, whose annual sales do 

not exceed ten thousand dollars 10 00 

Cattle brokers, exceeding ten thousand 
dollars, for each additional one thou- 
sand dollars l OO 

Circuses loo 00 

Civil engineers lo 00 

Claim agents 10 00 

Coal oil distillers 50 00 

Commercial brokers 20 00 

Concert halls 100 00 

Ciinfectioners 10 00 

Contractors 25 00 

Conveyancers 10 00 

Custom house brokers 10 00 

Dentists 10 00 

Distillers, see "Distillers." 

Eating houses 10 00 

Exhibitions, not otherwise provided for 10 00 

Gas fitters lo 00 

Horse dealers lo 00 

Hotels, see " Hotels." 

Insurance agents 25 00 

Insurance agents, foreign 50 00 

Intelligence office keepers 10 00 

Gift enterprises 50 00 

Jacks 10 00 

Jugglers 20 00 

Land warrant brokers 25 00 

Lawyers lo 00 

Livery stal)le keepers 10 00 

Lottery ticket dealers 100 00 

Manufacturers 10 00 

Patent agents 10 00 

Patent rights, dealers 10 00 

Peddlers, (see " Peddlers.'"; 
Photographers, (see" Photographers.") 
Pawnbrokers, (see " Brokers.") 

Physicians 10 00 

Plumbers and gas fitters lo 00 

Produce brokers, whose sales do not 

exceed ten thousand dollars 10 00 

Real estate agents 10 00 

Rectifiers, ("see " Rectifiers.") 

Retail dealers 10 00 

Retail dealers in liqu rs 25 00 

Savings banks having no capital stock, 
and whose business is confined to re- 
ceiving deposits and loaning the same 
for the benefit of their deposita-s.and 
which do no other business of bank- 
ing, shall not be liable to pay for 

license as bankers 100 00 

Shows 10 00 



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Stallions, owners of 10 00 

Steanieis and vessels boarding passen- 
gers 25 00 

Substitute brokers 100 00 

And for each recruit enlisted by them 10 00 

Surgeons 10 00 

Tobacconists 10 00 

Life Insurance Companies, (see " Insur- 
ance.") 

Lime 3 6-10 per ct. 

Liniments, same as " Dentifrice." 

Linseed oil, per gallon 6 cents 

Liquors, malt, duty, per barrel, contain- 
ing not more than 31 gallons 1 00 

Lithographers, productions of Operct. 

Livery stable keepers, under which term 
is included every person who-^e occu- 
pation is to keepi horses for hire, or to 
let or to keep, feed or board horses, 
for license 10 00 

Loan of Money— Any loan of money, or 
any advance of money on security, 
whether represented by note, certifi- 
cate, check, receipt or other evidence 
not otherwise piovided for, and not in- 
cluding mortgages, if on demand, for 
every hundred dollars, or fractional 
part thereof 2 cents 

Loan of Money— If to be paid at a time 
designated, for every one hundred dol- 
lars or fractional part thereof. 5 cents 

Lotions, same as " Medicines." 

Locomotives, ad valorem 6 per ct. 

Lottery ticket dealers, under which term 
is included every person, associ:ition, 
firm or corporation, who shall make, 
sell or ofier to sell lottery tickets or 
fractional parts thereof, or any token, 
certificate or device representing or 
intending to represent a lottery ticket, 
or any fractional part thereof, or any 
policy of numbers in any lottery, or 
shall manage any lottery, or prepare 
schemes of lotteries, or superintend 
the drawing of any lottery, for license, 100 00 

Lotteries,, on gross receipts .5 per ct. 

Lozenges, medicinal, same as " Medi- 
cines." 

Lumbf r is not to be considered a manu- 
facture. 

MAGAZINES, same as " Books,". . . .5 per ct. 
Miigazines, for all advertisements 
ou gross receipts 3 per ct. 

Malt is not to be considered a manufac- 
ture. 

Malt Liquors, duty, per barrel, contain- 
ing not more than 31 gallons, fraction- 
•al parts to pay at a like rate 1 00 

Malt liquors, in bottles, to pay accord- 
Jug to the quantity contained therein 
at the rute of per 30 gallons, when the 
duty has not been previously paid ou 
the liquors contained therein 1 00 

Manifest of the cargo of any ship, vessel 
or steamer, for a foreign port; if the 
registered tounage of such ship, ves- 
sel or steamer does nut exceed 300 
tons, stamp duty 1 00 

Manifest, exceeding 300 tons, and not 
exceedmg 600 tons, stamp duly .3 00 

Manifest, exceeding 600 tons 5 00 

Manufacturers, under w aich term is in- 
cluded any person or persons, firms, 
corporations or companies, who shall 



manufacture by hand or machinery 
any goods, wares or merchandise, 
exceeding annually the sum of one 
thousand dollars, for license 10 00 

Manufacturers and producers of agricul- 
tural tools and implements, garden 
seeds, sioves and hollow ware, 
brooms, wooden ware and powder, 
delivering and selling at wholesale 
any of said articles, by themselves or 
their authorized agents, at places 
other than the place of manufacture, 
shall not be nquired, for any sale thus 
made , to take out any additional licinse 
therefor. 

Manufactures not otherwise specified: 

Of bone 6 per ct. 

Of brass 6 per ct. 

Of bristles 6 per ct. 

( tf copper 6 per ct. 

Of cotton 6 per ct. 

Of flax 6 per ct. 

Of glass ■ 6 per ct. 

Of gold 6 perct. 

Of gntta percha .6 per ct. 

Of hemp 6 per ct. 

Of horn 6 per ct. 

Of India rubber 6 per ct. 

Of iron 6 per ct. 

Of ivory 6 per ct. 

Of jute 6 per ct. 

Of lead 6 per ct. 

Of leather. 6 perct. 

Of paper 6 per ct. 

Of pottery 6 per ct. 

Of bilk 6per ct. 

Of silver 6 per ct. 

Of steel 6 perct. 

Of tin 6 per ct. 

Of willow 6 per ct. 

Of wood .■ 6 per ct. 

Of wool 6 per ct. 

Of worsted 6 per ct. 

Other materials 6 per ct. 

Mirble, in block, rough and un- 
wrought exempt 

Mai ble, dressed, hewn or finished 6 per ct. 

Marble, monumental stones 6 per ct. 

Marine engines 6 per ct. 

Marine insurance companies, see " In- • 
surance." 

Masts 2 2-5 per ct 

Matches, friction or lucifer, or other ar- 
ticles made in part of wood, and used 
for like purposes, in parcels or packa- 
ges containing 100 matches or less, 
for each 1 ct. 

Matches when in parcels containing 
more than 100 and not more thin 200 
matches, for each 2 cts. 

Matches, for every additional 100 or 
fraction 1 ct. 

Matches, cigar lights and tapers, double 
above rates. 

Meal, made from grain exempt 

Measurer's return, if for a quantity not 
exceeding 1 .000 bushels 10 cts. 

Measurer's return, if tor a quantity ex- 
ceeding 1,000 bushels 25 cts. 

Meats, preserved 6 per ct. 

Medicines, when the value of the pack- 
age containing the same shall not ex- 
ceed, at the retail price or value, the 
sum of 25 cents 1 ct. 

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exceeding 50 cents 2 cts. 

Mediciaes, exceeding 50 cents, and not 
exceeding 75 cents 3 cts. 

Medicines, exceeding 75 cents, and not 
exceeding one dollar 4 cts. 

Medicines, exceeding one dollar, for each 
and every 50 cents or fractional part 
thereof, over and above one dollar, an 
additional 2 cts. 

Melado, per pound 1 6-10 ct. 

Melodeons, see " Pianos." 

Merchandise, see " Goods." 

Metal, yellow sheathing, in rods or 
sheets 3 6-10 per ct. 

Milliners, making articles to ordei as 
custom work, and not for sale general- 
ly, shall, to the amount of 600 dollars, 
be exempt from duty, and for any ex- 
cess beyond the amount of 600 dollars 
shall pay a duty of 3 per ct. 

Miners — Every person, firm or company, 
who shall employ others in the busi- 
ness of mining for coal, or gold, silver, 
copper, lead, iron, zinc, spelter, or 
otber minerals, not having taken out a 
license as a manufacturer, shall be re 
garded as a miner— license 10 00 

Miners — No license is required of miners 
whose claims do not exceed 1,000 dol- 
lars per year. 

Mineral coal, except pea coal and dust 

coal, per ton • 6 cts. 

Mineral water, artificial 6 per ct. 

Mineral water, from springs, for each 

bottle containing not more than a pint 7-10 ct. 

Mineral water, for each bottle containing 
over a pint and not over a quart 1 1-4 ct. 

Mineral water, for each bottle containing 
over a quart, for each quart or fraction. 1 1-4 ct. 

Mittens 6 per ct. 

Moccasins 6 per ct. 

Molasses, produced from the sugar cane, 
and not made from sorghum or ira- 
phee, per gallon cts. 

Molasses, syrup of, or sugar cane juice, 
when removed from the plantation, 
concentrated molasses, melado and 
cistern bottoms, of sugar produced 
from the sugar cane and not made from 
sorghum or imphee, per pound 1 6-10 ct. 

Molasses made from other articles than 
the sugar cane, is not co:isidered a 
manufacture. 

Monumental stones, with or without in- 
scriptions 6 per ct. 

Mortgages of lands, estate or property, 
real or personal, heritable or movable, 
whatsoever, where the same shall be 
made as a security for the payment of 
any definite and certain sum of money 
lent at the time, or previously due and 
owing, or forborne to be paid, being 
payable; also, any conveyance of any 
lands, estate, or property whatsoever, 
in trust, to be sold, or otherwise con- 
verted into money, wliicb shall be in- 
tended only as security, and shall be 
redeemable before the sale or other 
disposal thereof, either by express 
stipulation or otherwise ; or any per- 
sonal bond given as security for the 
piyment of any definite or certain 
sum of money, exceeding 100 dollars 
and not exceeding 500 dollars 50 cts. 

Mortgages, exceeding 600 dollars, and 



not exceeding 1,000 dollirs 1 09 

Mortgages, for every additional 500 dol- 
lars, or fraction in excess of 1,000 dol- 
lars 50 cts. 

Mortgages, upon each and every assign- 
ment or transfer of a mortgage, or 
policy of insurance, or the renewal or 
continuance of any agreement, con- 
tract, or charter, by letteror otherwise, 
a stamp duty shall be p lid equal to 
that iiiposed on original instrument. 

Movements, clock 6 per ct. 

Museums, same as " Theatres." 
Musical instruments, see " Pianofortes." 

Mustard, ground, per pound 1 1-5 ct. 

Mustard seed oil, per gallon Gets. 

Mutual insurance companies, see " Insur- 
ance." 

NAILS, made of copper, zinc or 
brass 3 6-10 per ct. 

Nails, cut. see " Iron." 

Naphtha, Distillate, per gallon 20 cts. 

Naphtha, of a specific gravity exceeding 
70 degrees, according to Baume's hy- 
drometer, and of the kind usually 
known as gasoline 5 per ct. 

Newspapers are not to be regarded as a 
manufacture, or submitted to a rate of 
duty as a manufacture. 

New-papers, for all advertisements, on 
gross receipts, sfe " Advertisements". 3 per ct. 

Notarial act, see " Protest." 

Note, see "' Promissory Note." 

OTL. crude petroleum or rock oil, per 
barrel 1 00 

Oils, animal, all, pure or adulterated, if 
not otherwise provided for, per gallon 6 cts. 

Od, coal, refined and distilled from coal, 
asphaltum or shale exclusively, per 
gallon 15 cts. 

Oil, coal, illuminating, produced by the 
distillation of coal, asphaltum, shale, 
peat, petroleum or rock oil, and all 
otliei' bituminous substances, per gal- 
lon 20 cts. 

Oil, lard, pure or adulterated, per gallon 6 cts. 

Oil, linseed, pure or adulterated, per gal- 
lon 6 cts. 

Oil, mustard seed, pure or adulterated, 
per gallon 6 cts. 

Oil, all vegetable, per gallon 6 cts. 

Oils, essential 6 cts. 

Oil, whale. exempt 

Oil, fish exempt 

Oil stills 6 per ct. 

Order for the payment of any sum of 
money drawn upon any bank, trust 
company, or any person or persons, 
companies or corporations, at sight or 
ou demand, stamp duty, same as "Bill 
of Exchange." 

Organs, same as " Pianofortes." 

Oxide of zinc, per 100 pounds 42 cts. 

PACKET, containing medicines, etc., 
same as bottles containing the same. 
See '• Bottles." 
Paints or painters' colors, dry or ground 
in oil or in paste with water, not other- 
wise provided for 6 per et. 

Paints shall not be subject to any addi- 
tional duty in consequence of being 
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ties upon all the materials so mixed 
and ground shall have been previously 
actually paid. 

Pamphlets 5 per ct. 

Paper, of all descriptions 3 per ct. 

Paper, manufactures of 6 per ct. 

Paraffine exempt 

Parasols, of any material 6 per ct. 

Passport, on each issued from the office 

of the Secretary of State 5 00 

Passage ticket, by any vessel from a port 
in the United States to a foreign port, 

of 35 dollars or less 50 cts. 

Passage ticket, exceeding 35 dollars and 

not exceeding 50 dollars 1 00 

Passage ticket, for every additional 60 
dollars, or fractional parts thereof, in 

excess of 50 dollars 1 00 

Pasteboard 3 per ct. 

Patent agents 10 00 

Patent right dealers, under whith term is 
included every person whose business 
it is to sell or offer for sale patent 

rights , for license 10 00 

Patent leather, see " Leather." 
Pawnbrokers, under which term is in- 
cluded every person whose business or 
occupation it is to take or receive, by 
way of pledge, pawn or exchange, 
any goods, wares or merchandise, or 
any kind of personal property what- 
ever, for the repayment or security of 
money lent thereon, when using a cap- 
ital of not over 50,000 dollars, for li- 
cense ^ 60 00 

Pawnbrokers, using a capital exceeding 
60.000 dollars, for every additional 
1,000 dollars in excess of 50,000 dollars 2 00 
Pawnbrokers' certificates lor an amount 
of loan less than five dollars do not re- 
quire a stamp. 
Peddlers, under wh ch term is included 
every person who sells or offers to sell, 
at retail, goods, wares or other com- 
modities, traveling from place to place 
in the street, or through different parts 
of the country, when traveling with 
more than two hordes or mules, for 

each license 60 00 

Peddlers, when traveling with two horses 

or mules, for each license. 25 00 

Peddlers, when traveling with one horse 

or mule, for each licen.-e 15 00 

Peddlers, when traveling on foot, for 

each license 10 00 

Peddlers, who sell newspapers, bibles, 

or religious tracts exclusively exempt 

Peddlers, who sell or offer to sell dry 
goods, foreign or domestic, by one or 
more original packages or pieces at 
one time to the same person, for each 

license 50 00 

Peddlers, who peddle jewelry, for each 

license 60 00 

DS' No man not enrolled for milita- 
ry service, cases of physical disabil- 
ity and over age excepted, shall be en- 
tilled to take out a license as a peddler. 
Pepper, ground, and all imitations of, 

per pound 1 1-5 ct. 

Perfumery, same as " Medicines." 
Petroleum or rock oil, crude, per barrel 

of 45 gallons 1 00 

Phials, containing medicines, etc, same 
ag "Bottles." 



Photographs, or sun pictures, except as 
follows : Upon each picture, when the 

price shall not exceed 25 cents 2 cts. 

Photographs, or sun pictures, exceeding 
the retail price of 15 cents, and not 

exceeding the sum of 50 cents 3 cts. 

Photographs, exceeding the retail pi ice 
of 50 cents, and not exceeding one 
dollar Sets. 

Photographs, exceeding the retail price 
of one dollar, for every additional dol- 
lar or fractional part 5 cts. 

Photographs, or any other sun picture, 
being copies of engravings or works of 
art, when the same are sold by the 
producer at wholesiile at a price not 
exceedins: 10 cents each, or are used 
for the illustration of books, and on 
photographs so small in size that a 
stamp can not be afBxed, ad valorem. .6 per ct. 

Photographers, under which terra is in- 
cluded every person who makes for 
sale photographs, ambrctypes or pic- 
tures by the action of light, for each 
license when the receipts do not ex- 
ceed 500 dollars 10 00 

Photographers when the receipts are over 
5U0 dollars and under 1.000 dollars, for 
license 15 00 

Photographers, when the receipts are 
over 1 ,000 dollars 25 00 

Physicians, under which term is included 
every pi rson (except apothecaries,) 
whose bu-<ine8s it is. for fee or rewaid, 
to prescribe remedies or perform any 
surgical operation for the cure of any 
bodily disea.se or ailing, dentists in- 
cluded, for each license 10 00 

Pianolortes, organs, melodeons, or other 
parlor musical insiruraeuts, kept for 
use, not including those placed m 
churches or public edifices, valued at 
not less than 100 dollars or above 200 
dollars, each 2 00 

Pianofortes, organs, melodeons, or other 
parlor instruments, value over 200 dol- 
lars, not over 400 dollars, each 4 00 

Pianofortes, organs, melodeons, or other 
parlor instruments, value over 400 dol- 
lars, each 6 00 

Pickles, preserved fruiis, etc 6 per ct. 

Pig iron, per ton 2 40 

Pills, same as "Dentifrice." 

Pimento, ground, and all imitations of, 
per pound 1 1-5 ct. 

Pins, solid head or other G per ct. 

Pipes, earthen and stone, water 3 6-10 per ct. 

Pipes, lead 3 (J 10 per ct. 

Pipes, when duty on pigs or ftarshas not 

been paid 6 per ct. 

Planing machines, ad valorem 6 per ct. 

Planes 6 per ct. 

Plaster is not to be considered a manu- 
facture. 

Plasters, same as " Dentifrice." 

Plate, of gold, k' pt for use. per oz. troy. 50 cts. 

Plate , of silver, kept for use , per oz. troy 5 cts. 

Plate silver, as above, to the extent of 
40 oz Free 

Plate, belimging to religious societies. . Free 

Plumbers and gas-fitters, including every 
person, firm or corporation whose bus- 
iness it is to fit, furnish or sell plumb- 
ing materials, gas pipes, gas burners 
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Policy of insurance, life, see " Insur- 
ance." 

Policy of insurance, marine or inland, 
see " Insurance." 

Policy of insurance, fire, see " Insur- 
ance." 

Porter, per barrel of 31 gallons, fraction- 
al parts in proportion, see "Malt Li- 
quors." 

Pots, containing medicines, etc., same as 
"Bottles." 

Pottery ware 6 per ct. 

Power of attorney, for the sale or trans- 
fer of any stock, bonds or scrip, or for 
the collection of any dividend or inter- 
est thereon, stamp duty 25 cts. 

Power of attorney or proxy, for voting 
at any election for oflBcers of any in- 
corporated company or society, ex- 
cept charitable, religious, literary and 
cemetery societies, stamp duty 10 cts. 

Power of attorney, to sell and convey 
real estate or to rent or to lease the 
same '. 1 00 

Power of attorney, to receive or collect 
rents, stamp duty 25 cts. 

Power of attorney, tor afty other pur- 
pose 50 cts. 

Power of attorney, made in any foreign 
country, same stamp duty as if made 
in the United States. 

Precious stones and all imitations, see 
" Diamonds." 

Precious stones and all imitations, im- 
ported from foreign countries, or upon 
which import duties have been paid, 
when set or reset in gold or other ma- 
terial, duty to be assessed only on val- 
ue of settings. 

Preparations, medicinal, same as "Med- 
icines." 

Preparations, of which coffee forms a 
part when ground, or which are pre- 
pared for sale as a substitute for collee, 
see " Coffee." 

Preserved fish, fruit, meats, vegetables, 
shellfish 6 per ct. 

Printed books, magazines, pamphlets, 
reviews, and all other similar printed 
publications, except newspapers 5 per ct. 

Printed books, on all advertisements, on 
gross receipts for 3 per ct. 

Printed cards and circulars, see " Circu- 
lars." 

Printers' ink is not to be considered a 
manufacture. 

Probate of will, where the estate and 
effects, (i. e. both real and personal 
estate,) for or in respect of which such 
probate applied for shall be sworn or 
declared not to exceed the value of 
2,n00 dollars, stamp duty 1 00 

Probate of will, to exceed 2,000 dollars, 
for every additional 1,000 dollars, or 
fraction, in excess of 2,000 dollars.. . 50 cts. 

Produce brokers, under which term is 
included every person other than one 
holding a license as a broker, whole- 
sale or retail dealer, whose occupation 
it is to buy and sell agricultural or farm 
products, and whose annual sales do 
not (ixteed 10 000 dollars 10 00 

Prolits, annual, of every person, see 
" Income." 

Promissory note — Any memorandum, 
check, receipt, or other wiittea or 



printed evidence of an amount of 
money to be paid on demaad, or at a 
time designated, shall be considered 
as a " Promissory Note," and re- 
stamped accordingly. See *' Bill of 
Exchange, (inland)." 

Property, annual income from, same as 
" Profit---." 

Property, left by legacy, see " Lega- 
cies." 

Protest of every note, bill of exchange, 
acceptance, check or draft, or any 
marine protest 25 cts. 

Publications, same as " Printed Books." 

QUICKSILVER, produced from the 
ore 2 2-5 per ct. 

RAILROADS, on gross receipts, where 
the gross receipts exceed $1,000 
per annum 2 1-2 per ct. 

Railroads, see "Ships," third paragraph. 

Railroads and other conveyances of pas- 
sengers, the law authorizes the levy- 
ing of one cent additional to the fare 
on every fraction of a cent involved, to 
cover the above tax. 

Railroads— on bonds, or other evidences 
of indebtedness, upon which interest 
is stipulated to be paid, on the amount 
of interest, and on coupons, dividends, 
or profits carried to the account of any 
fund 5 per ct. 

Ready-made clothing, boots, shoes 
gloves, mittens, moccasins, caps, hats 
and bonnets, or other articles of dress 
for men, women or children, ad 

valorem 6 perct. 

^f Provided, that any manufac- 
turer of the above named articles, who 
is exclusively engaged in manufactur- 
ing to order or custom work, who shall 
make afBdavit that the entire amount 
of such manufactures does not exceed 
the sum of six hundred dollars per 
annum, shall be exempt from duty; 
but, when such order or custom work 
exceeds the sum of .six hundied dollars, 
a duty of three per cent., ad valorem, 
shall be levied on the excess. 

Real estate agents, under which term is 
included every persou whuse business 
it is to sell, or offer for sale, real estate 
for others, or to rent houses, stires. or 
other buildings, or real estate, or to 
collect rent for others, for license 50 00 

Real estate, succession to, when the suc- 
cessoi shall be the lineal issue or lineal 
successor of the predecessor, duty, $1 
per centum of the value. 

Real estate, where the successor shall be 
a brother or sister or a descendant of a, 
brother or sister of the predecessor, 
duty at the rate of $2 per centum on 
the value. 

Real estate, where the successor shall be 
a brother or sister of the father or mother 
or a descendant of a brother or sister 
of the father or mother of the prede- 
cessor, duty at the rate of four dollars 
per centum on the value. 

Real estate, where the successor shall be 
a brother or sister of the grandfather 
or grandmother, or a descendant of the 
brother or sister of the grandfather or 
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at the rate of five dollars per centum 
on the value. 

Real estate, where the successor shall be 
in any other degree of collateral con- 
sanguinity to the predecessor, or a 
stranger in blood, duty at the rate of 
six dollars per centum on the value. 

Eeal estate, where it shall become sub- 
ject to a trust for any charitable or 
public purposes, under any past or 
future disposition which, if made in 
favor of an individual, would confer 
on him a succession, there shall be 
payable in respect of such real estate, 
upon its becoming subject to such 
trust, upon the amount or principal 
value of such real estate 6 per ct. 

Receipt, warehouse, stamp duty, see 
" Warehouse Receipt." 

Receipts for the payment of any sum of 
money , or for the payment of any debt 
due, exceeding twenty dollars, not 
being for the satisfaction of any mort- 
gage, or judgment, or decree of any 
court, and a receipt for the delivery of 
any property (except receipts issued 
by any persons, firm or companies 
doing an express business, on the de- 
livery of auy property for transpor- 
tation), stamp duty 2 cts. 

Rectifiers, under which term is included 
every pel son who rectifies, purifies or 
refiues spirituous liquors or wiuts by 
any process, or mixes distilled spirit, 
whisky, brandy, gin or wine with any 
other materials fi r sale under the name 
of rum. whisky, brandy, gin, wine, or 
any other name or names, for each 
license to rectify any quantity of spir- 
ituous liquors not exceeding five iiun- 
dred barrels, packages or casks con- 
taining not more than forty gallons to 
each 25 00 

Rectifiers, for each additioual five hun- 
dred b.irrels, or any fraction thereof. . 25 00 

Refiners, sugar, see '" Sugar Refineis." 

Renewal of insurance, see '• Policy of 
Insurance." 

Rents, annual income from, see " In- 
comes."' 

Repairs of engines, cars, carriages, or 
other ar icles, when such repairs in- 
crease the value of the article so re- 
paired ten per centum or over, on such 
increased value 3 6-lOlhi per cent. 
J8®°" Provided, that on such repairs 
made upon ships, steamboats or other 
vessels, a duty of 2 2-oths per centum 
only, on the increased value shall be 
as.sessed. 

Retail dealers, under which term is in- 
cluded every person whose business or 
occup=.tion it is to sell, or off'er for sale 
any goods, wares or merchandise of 
foreign or domestic production, not 
including pirits, wines, ale, beer, or 
other mult liquors, and whose annual 
sales exceed one thousand dollars, and 
do not exceed tweuty-five thousand 
dollars, for license ' 10 00 

Retail dealers, whose gross annual sales 
do not exceed one thousand dollars. . . exempt. 

Retail liquor dealers, under which terra 
is included every person who .'-hall sell 
or offer for sale foreign or dome-tic 
spirits, wines, ale, beer, or other malt 



liquors in quantities of three gallons 
or less, and whose annual sales do not 
exceed twenty-five thousand dollars ; 
but nothing, including all sales of 
other merchandise, herein contained, 
shall authorize the sale of any spirits, 
liquors, wines or m-ilt liquors to be 
drank on the premi.ses, for each 
license 25 00 

Reviews and similar publications, (same ' 
as " Pamphlet,"; 5 per ct. 

Rivets, exceeding one-fourth of an inch ' 
in diameter, per ton, see " Iron." 

Rivets, exceeding one-fourth of an inch 
in diameter, iron, where the duty has 
been paid on the material of which 
made, only an additional duty, per 
ton, see " Iron."' 

Rivets of copper, zinc and brass. . . .3 6-10 per ct. 

Roads, toll, on receipts 3 perct. 

Rock oil, crude, per barrel 1 00 

Rock oil, refined, see " Oils." 

Roman or water cement 3 6-10 per ct, 

SAILS 6perct. 
Salaiies, annual income from, when 
exceediug six hundred dollars, on the 
excess over six hundred dollars 5 per ct. 

Salaries, all, of persons in employ of the 
United States, when exceeding the 
rate of six hundred dollars per year, 
on the excess above six hundred 
dollars 5 per ct. 

Salaries, on the annual income from, when 
exceeding five thousand dollars, on the 
excess over five thousand dollars 10 per ct. 

Salaries, see " Income." 

Saleratus, per pound 6 mills. 

Salts, auction, of goods, etc., on gross 
amount of sales 1-4 of 1 per ct. 

Sales, of stocks, etc 1-4 of 1 per ct. 

Sales made by public officers, etc exempt. 

Sales of gold and silver 1-10 per ct. 

Salt, per hundred pounds 7 1-5 cts. 

Sandstone, dressed J^wn or finished,3 6-10 per ct. 

Savings banks, see •iJanks." 

Sarsaparilla waters. 6 per ct. 

Savings institutions, on all dividends.. .5 per ct. 

Screws, called wood screws 10 per ct, 

Segars, cheroots and cigarettes, made 
wholly of tobacco, or of any sulistitute 
therefor, whether imported or of do- 
mestic manufacture, without regard to 
quality, per thousand 10 00 

Segars, chfroots and cigarettes made of 
tobacco, inclosed in a paper wrapper, 
in packages containing not more than 
25 cigarettes, and valued at not more 
than live dollars per 100 packages, per 
package 5"cts. 

Segar lights, see " Matches." 

Sewing machines, ad valorem 6 per ct. 

Shades, canvass 6 per ct. 

Snafting and gearing 6 per ct. 

Sheathing metal, yellow, in rods or 
sheets 3 6-10 perct. 

Shellfish, in cans or air-tight packages. 6 per ct. 

Sheep, slaughtered, per head 5 cts. 

Shfcp, when number of sheep, calves, 
swine and lambs does not exceed '20. . exempt. 

Sheep, slaughtered for the pelts, per 
head 2 cts. 

Sheepskins, tanued, curried and finished.6 per ct. 

Shingles are not to be considered a man- 
ufacture. 

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sail-boats, etc., finished, including 
cabins, inner and upper works 2 2-5 per ct. 

Ships, except when plying between 
ports, of the United States and foreign 
ports on gross receipts, where the 
receipts exceed one thousand dollars 
per annum 2 1-2 per ct. 

Ships— The above duty of 2 1-2 per cent, 
is to be collected on the gross receipts, 
when ships, or vessels, or other con- 
veyances are engaged in carrying per- 
sons or pr'^perty from a port within 
the United States, through a foreign 
territory, to another port within the 
United States. 

4®" A clause in the amendatory 
tariff act of March 3, 1865, exempts 
the receipts of vessels paying tonnage 
duties from the tax imposed in section 
103. 

Ships and other vessels, repairs on, in- 
creased value over ten per cent., on 
such increase 3 6-10 per ct. 

Ship blocks 2 2-5 per ct. 

Shoemakers, see " Bootmakers." 

Shooks exempt. 

Shot 3 6-10 perct. 

Shows— The proprietors or agents of all 
public exhibitions, not herein enume- 
rated, shall pay for license 10 00 

Silk parasols 6 per ct. 

Silk umbrellas 6 perct. 

Silk, manufactures of, not otherwise spe- 
cified 6 per ct. 

Silver, manufactures of, except jewelry, 
when not otherwise specified 6 per ct. 

Silver ore may be transported over the 
plains free. 

Skins, calf, tanned 6 per ct. 

Skins, patent 6 perct. 

Skins, goat, tanned or dressed in the 
rough 6 per ct. 

Skins, kid, tanned or dressed in the 
rough 6 per ct. 

Skins, goat, curried, manufactured or 
finished 6 perct. 

Skins, kid, curried, manufactured or 
finished 6 per ct. 

Skins, sheep, tanned or dressed in the 
rough 6 per ct. 

Skins, dog, tanned or dressed in the 
rough 6 per ct. 

Skins, sheep, tanned, curried or finished. 6 per ct. 

Skins, deer, dressed and smoked 6 per ct. 

Skins, hog, tanned and dressed 6 perct. 

Skins, horse, tanned and dressed 6 per ct. 

Skins, all goat, calf, kid, sheep, horse, 
dog and hog skins, previously assessed 
in the rough, and upon which duties 
have actually been paid, shall be as- 
sessed on the increased value only 
when curried or finished. 

Skins, upon which a duty has been pre- 
viously assessed and paid, when 
manufactured into gloves, mittens or 
moccasins, the duty shall only be as- 
sessed upon the increased value thereof 
when manufactured. 

Skins, of all descriptions 6 per ct. 

Skirts, hoop, materials for the manufac- 
ture of. exclusively free. 

Slackwater companies, same as " Canal 

companies," 
Slate, when dressed, hewn or finish- 
ed 3 6-10 per ct. 



Slaughtered cattle, see " Cattle." 

Slaughtered, hogs, see " Hogs." 

Slaughtered, sheep, see " Sheep." 

Snuff, manufactured of tobacco, or any 
substitute for tobacco, ground, dry or 
damp, pi '.kled. scented or otherwise, 
of all descriptions, per pound. 40 eta. 

Snuff, flour, same as " Snuff." 

Soap, Castile, valued not above 5 cents 
per pound, per pound 2 2-5 mills. 

Soap, Castile, valued above 5 cents per 
pound, per pound 1 1-5 ct. 

Soap, cream, per pound 6 cts. 

Soap, erasive, valued at not above 5 cts. 
per pound, per pound 2 2-5 mills. 

Soap, erasive, valued above 5 cents per 
pound, per pound 1 1-5 ct. 

Soap, fancy, per pound 6 cts. 

Soap, honey, per pound 6 cts. 

Soap, palm oil, valued at not above 5 
cents per pound, per pound 2 2-5 mills. 

Soap, palm oil, valued above 5 cents per 
pound, per pound 1 1-5 ct. 

Soap, scented , per pound 6 cts. 

Soap, shaving, per pound 6 cts. 

Soap, toilet, of all descriptions, per 
pound 6 cts. 

Soap, transparent, per pound 6 cts. 

Soap, of all other descriptions, white or 
colored, except soft soap, and soap 
otherwise provided for, valued at not 
above 5 cents per pound, per pound. 2 2-5 mills. 

Soap, of all descriptions, valued above 5 
cents per pound, per pound 1 1-5 ct. 

Soap, soft 6 per ct. 

Soda, bicarbonate of, per pound 6 mills. 

Soda waters, and all beverages used for 
like purposes 6 per ct. 

Sole leather, see " Leather." 

Spars 2 2-5 per ct. 

Spelter 3 6-10 per ct. 

Spikes, per ton, see " Iron." 

Spirits, distilled and sold, or distilled 
and removed for consumption or sale, 
of first ))roof, on and after July 1, 
1864, and prior to February 1, 1865, 
per gallon 150 

Spirits, distilled and sold, on and after 
February 1, 1865 2 00 

Spirits, medicinal, same as "Dentifrice." 

Spirits of turpentine, per gallon 25 cts. 

Spokes free. 

Stage coaches, or other vehicles en- 
gaged or employed in transporting 
passengers or property for hire, or in 
transporting the mails of the United 
States, or gross receipts, where the 
gross recfipts exceed one thousand 
dollars per annum 2 1-2 per ct. 

Stage coaches, see " Ships," third para- 
graph. 
Stallions and jacks, owners of, every 
person who keeps a male horse or a 
jackass for the use of mares, requiring 
or receiving pay therefor, shall be re- 
quired to take out a license under this 
act, which shall contain a brief de- 
scription of the animal, its age and 
plaice or places where used or to be 

used, for license 10 00 

Starch, made of corn, per pound 3 6-10 mills. 

Starch, made of potatoes, per pound. .2 2-5 mills. 

Starch, made of rice, per pound 11-5 ct. 

Starch, made of wheat, per pound 2 2-5 mills. 

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pound 1 1-5 ct. 

Staves exempt. 

Steamers and vessels upon waters of the 
United States, on board of which pas- 
sengers or travelers are provided with 
food or lodging, shall be required to 
take out a license at 25 00 

Steam engines, including locomotives 
and marine engines, on all their p.^rts, 
ad valorem 6 per ct. 

Steam engines, where duties have been 
paid on the boilers, the amount to be 
deducted from the finished engines. 

Steamboats, on gross receipts, where the 
gross receipts exceed 1,000 dollars per 
annum 2Jper ct. 

Steamboats, see " Ships." 

Steamb'iats and steamers, repairs on, in- 
creased value over 10 per cent, on such 
increase 3 6-10 per ct. 

Steamers, and vessels boarding passen- 
gers, license same as for boarding- 
^ouse 25 00 

Steel, manufactures of , when not other- 
wise specified 6 per ct. 

Steel, in ingots, bars, sheets or wire, not 
less than one-quarter of an inch in 
thickness, valued at 7 cents per pound 
or less, per ton 6 00 

Steel, in ingots, bars, sheets or wire, val- 
ued above 7 cents and not above 11 
cents per pound, per ton 10 

Steel, in ingots, bars, sheets or wire, val- 
ued above 11 cents per pound, per ton 12 50 

Steel, rolled and sheet, rod or wire made 
of steel, upon which a duty has be^-n 
assessed and paid, shall be assessed and 
pay upon the increased value 6 per ct. 

Stereotypers, productions of 6 per ct. 

Stills, tanks, etc 6 per ct. 

Stones, building, of any desc iption, 

when dressed, hewn or tinisheii. .3 6-10 per ct. 

Stock insurance companies, see " Insur- 
ance." 

Stoves, per ton of 2.000 pounds 3 60 

Substitute brokers, including every per- 
son who shall furnish oc offer to fur- 
nish, for pay, fee or rewiird, volun- 
teers, representative recruits or sub- 
stitutes for men drafted, or liable to be 
drafted, for the military or navnl ser- 
vice of tiie United States, for every 
man accepted 10 00 

Substitute brokers' license 100 00 

Succession to real es^tate, see " Real Es- 
tate." 

Sugar refiners, under which term is in- 
cluded every person whose business it 
is to advance the quality and value of 
sugar upon which a duty has been as- 
sessed and paid, by melting and crys- 
tallization, or by liquoring, claying or 
any other washing process, or by any 
other chemical or mechanical means, 
or who shall advance the quality or 
value of molasses and concentrated 
molasses, melado or concentrated me- 
lado, by boiling or other process, on 
the gross amount of the sales of all 
the products of their manufactories.. .3 per ct. 

Sugar, not above No. 12, D. S., in color, 
produced directly from the sugar cane, 
and not from sorghum or imphee, other 
than that produced by the refiner, per 
pound 2 2-5 cts. 



Sugar, above No. 12 and not above No. 
IS, I). S., produced directly from the 
sugar cane and not from sorghum or 
imphee, per pound 3 cts. 

Sugar, above No. 18, per pound 4 cts. 

Sugar candy, made wholly or in part of 
sugar, valued at 20 cents per pound or 
less, per pound 2 2-5 cts. 

Sugar candy, valued at exceeding 20 
cents and not exceeding 40 cents per 
pound, per pound 4 8-10 cts. 

Sugar <andy, valued at exceeding 40 
cents p r pound, or when sold other- 
wise than by the pound 12 per ct. 

Sugar, made from other articles than 
the sugar cane, is not considered a 
manufacture exempt 

Sugar coated pills, same as " Denti- 
frice." 

Sugar tanks, ad valorem 6 per ct. 

Sulphate of baiytes, per 100 pounds.. 14 4-10 cts. 

Surgeons, for each license 10 00 

Swine, slaughtered, for sale, each 10 cts. 

TAILORS, same as " Milliners." 
Tanks 6 per ct. 

Tapers, see " Matches." 

Tar, coal, produced in the manufacture 
of gas exempt 

Tarred paper, for roofing, etc 3 6 10 per ct. 

Taverns, same as " Hotels." 

Teams, wagons or vehicles used in trans- 
porting silver ore across the plains are 
not required to pay tax on receipts. 

Telegraph companies, on gross receipts. 5 per ct. 

Tents 6 per ct. 

Theatres, under which terra is included 
every place or edifice erected for the 
purpose of dramatic, operatic or other 
represeutations,plaj's or performances, 
and not including hulls, rented or used 
occasionally fjr concerts or theatrical 
representations, for each license 100 00 

Th'^atres, on gross receipts 2 per ct. 

Thread 6 per ct. 

ticket, passage, by any vessel from any 
port in the United States to a foreign 
port, see " Passage Ticket." 

Timber is not to be considered a manu- 
facture. 

Timepieces, see " Clocks." 6 per ct. 

Tin, manufactures of, when not other- 
wise specified 6 per ct. 

Tobacconists, under which term is in- 
cluded every person who shall offer 
for sale, at retail, cigars, snuff or to- 
bacco, in any form, (wholesale and 
retail dealers, keepers of hotels, inns 
and taverns or eating-houses having 
taken out a license are not required to 
take out a license as tobacconists,) for 
eiich license 10 GO 

Tobacconists, whose gross annual sales 
do not exceed 1,000 dollars exempt 

Tobacco, Cavendish, per pound 40 cts. 

Tobacco, smoking of all kinds, and imi- 
tations thereof, not otherwise provided 
for, per pound 35 cts. 

Tooacco. smoking, made exclusively of 
stems, and not mixed with leaf or leaf 
and stems, and on fine cut, and shorts, 
and scraps of tobacco, the refuse of 
cigars manufactured, and also on all 
scraps or refuse of plugs manufactured, 
when sold fur smoking tobacco, or for 



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consumption or otherwise, per pound. 15 cts. 

Tobacco, fine cut, chewing, whither 
manufactured with stems in or not, 
and however sold, whether loose, 
ia bulk or in rolls, packages, papers, 
wrappers or boxes, per pound 40 cts. 

Tobacco, manufactured, of all kinds, not 
herein provided for, from which the 
stem has been taken in whole or in 
part, or which is sweetened, per ft. . . 35 cts. 

Tobacco, plug, same as " Tobacco, Cav- 
• endish," 40 cts. 

Tobacco, twist, same as " Tobacco, Cav- 
endish," 40 cts. 

Tobacco, twist, manufactured by hand, 
without the use of any machine, and 
without being pressed, sweetened or 
otherwise prepared 30 cts. 

Tobacco, all other kinds manufactured, 

not otherwise provided for 40 cts. 

Tools G per ct. 

Trust companies, on dividends, etc 5 per ct. 

Turnpike companies, on interest, cou- 
pons, dividends or profits carried to 
tlie account of any fund 5 per ct. 

Turpentine, spirits of, per gallon 20 cts» 

UMBRELLAS, made of cotton 6 per ct. 
Umbrellas, made of any other ma- 
terial 6 per ct. 

Umbrella stretchers, timber for exempt 

VAENISH. made wholly or in part of 
gum copal, or of other gums or 
substiiuces 6 per ct. 

"Vegetable oils, per gallon 6 cts. 

Vegetables, preserved .6 per ct. 

Vessels, except as provided for under 
bead of " Ships," second paragraph, 
on gross receipts, where the gross re- 
ceipts exceed 1 ,000 dollars per annum 2J per ct. 

Vessels, see " Ships." 

Ves-els, repairs on, increased value over 
10 percent., on such increase 3 6-10 per ct. 

Vessel blocks 2 2-5 per ct. 

WAREHOUSE ENTRY, at custom 
houses, not exceeding 100 dollars 
in value, stamp duty 25 cts. 

Warehouse entry, exceeding 100 dollars 

and not exceeding 500 dollars 50 cts. 

Warehouse entry, exceeding 500 dollars 
in value 1 00 

Warehouse receipts for property, goods, 
wares or merchandise, not otherwise 
provided for, in any public or private 
warehouse, when the property or goods 
so deposited or stored shall not exceed 
in value 500 dollars 10 cts. 

Warehouse receipts, exceeding in value 
500 dollars, and not exceeding 1,000 
dollars 20 cts. 

Warehouse receipts, exceeding 1,000 
dollars, for every additional 1,000 dol- 
lars 1 cts. 

Warehouse receipts, others 25 cts. 

Warp for weaving 6 per ct. 

Water cement , 3 6-!0 per ct. 

Water pipes, earthen or stone 3 6-10 per cf. 

Water tanks, ad valorem 6 per ct. 

Watches, gold, value 100 dollars or less. 1 00 

Watches, gold, value over 100 dollars. . . 2 00 

Weighers, return of, for a weight not ex- 
ceeding 5,000 fts 10 cts. 

Weighers, return of, for a weight exceed- 



ing 5,000 fts 25 cts. 

Whale oil exempt 

Whisky, per gallon, see "Spirits." 

White lead, per 100 fts 42 cts. 

Wholesale dealers, under which term is 
included every person whose business 
or occupation it is to sell or oflfer to sell 
any goods, wares or merchandise, of 
foreign or domestic production, not 
including spirits, malt liquors or wines, 
whose sales exceed 25,000 dollars, 
when the annual sales do not exceed 
50,000 dollars, for each license 50 00 

Wholesale dealers, if exceeding 50,000 
dollars, for each additional 1,000 dol- 
lars in excess of 60,000 dollars 1 00 

Wholesale dealers — The license required 
by any wholesale dealer shall not be 
for a less amount than his sales for the 
previous year, unless he has made or 
proposes to make some change in his 
business that will, in the judgment of 
the assessor or assistant assessor, re- 
duce the amouQt of his annual sales ; 
nor shall any license as wholesale deal- 
er allow any such person to act as 
commercial broker : Provided, that 
any license understated may be again 
assessed, and that no person holding a 
license as a wholesale dealer in liqu-irs 
shall be required to take an additional 
license on account of the sale of other 
goods, wares or merchandise on the 
same premises. 

Wholesale dealers in liquors, under which 
term is inclucied every person who 
shall sell or offer for sale any distilled 
spirits, fermented liquors, or wines of 
any kind, in quantities of more than 
three gallons at any one time , or whose 
annual sales, including sales of other 
merchandise, shall exceed 25,000, shall 
pay for each license the aiBount re- 
quired for license to " Wholesale 
Dealers." 

Willow, manufactures of 6 per ct. 

Wine, made of grapes, per gallon 6 cts. 

Wines, or liquors denominated as wines, 
not made from currants, rhubarb or 
berries, produced by being rectified or 
mixed with other spirits, or with which 
any matter whatever may be infused, 
to be sold as wine, or by any other 
name, and not otherwise provided for, 
per gallon 60 cts. 

Withdrawal entry, at Custom House, 
stamp duty 60 cts. 

Wood, manufactures of, if not otherwise 
provided for 6 per ct. 

Wood screws 12 per ct. 

Wool fabrics, woven, knit or felted, be- 
fore dyed, printed, bleached or pre- 
pared in any other manner 6 per ct. 

Wool, manufactures of, not otherwise 
specified 6 per ct. 

Worsteds, manufactures of, not otherwise 
specified 6 per ct. 

Worm lozenges, same as " Dentifrice." 

Writ, see " Legal Documents." 

YACHTS, pleasure or racing boats, by 
sail or steam, measuring, by Custom 
House measurement, ten tons or less, 

each 5 00 

Yachts, pleasure or racing boats, ex- 



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LIST OF POST OFFICES — INDIANA. 



ceeding ten, and not exceeding twenty 

tons, each 10 00 

Yachts, pleasure or racing boats, ex- 
ceeding twenty, and not exceeding 
forty tons, each 25 00 

Yachts, pleasure or racing boats, ex- 
ceeding forty, and not exceeding 
eighty tons, each 50 00 

Yachts, racing or pleasure boats, ex- 
ceeding eighty, and not exceeding one 
hundred and ten tons, each 75 00 

Yachts, pleasure or racing boats, ex- 



ceeding one hundred and ten tons, 

each 100 00 

Yarn 6 per ct. 

Yellow sheathing metal 3 6-10 per ct. 

Yellow sheathing metal, when duty has 
not been paid on ingots, pigs or bars. .6 per ct. 

ZINC, manufactures of, not otherwise 
specified 6 per ct. 

Zinc, oxide of, per 100 as 42 eta. 

Zinc nails 3 6-10 per ct. 



LIST OF POST OFFICES 



STATE OF IISTDIANA 



Post Office. 


County. 


Post Office. 


Comity. 


Post Office. 


County. 


Aberdeen 


Ohio 


Aurora 


Dearborn 


Bloomfield 


Greene 


Abingdon 


Wayne 


Austin 


Scott 


Bloomingburg 


Fulton 


Acton 


Marion 


Avilla 


Noble 


Bloominsdale 


Paike 


Adair 


Marion 


Azalia 


Bartholomew 


Blooming Grove 


Franklin 


Adams 


Decatur 


Baker's Mills 


Jackson 


Bloomingsport 


Eandolph 


Akrou 


Fulton 


Bain bridge 


Putniim 


Bloomington 


Monroe 


Alamo 


Montgomery 


Balaka 


Eandolph 


Blountsville 


Henry 


Albany 


Delaware 


Ballstown 


Eipley 


.,lue Creek 


Franklin 


Albion 


Noble 


Baltimore 


Warren 


Blue Grass 


Fulton 


Alden 


Marshall 


B.uber's Mills 


Wells 


Blue Lick 


Clark 


Alexandria 


Madison 


Barbersville 


Jefferson 


Blue Ridge 


Shelby 


Alfont 


Madison 


Barren 


Harrison 


Bluff- Creek 


Johnson 


Alfordsville 


Daviess 


Bartonia 


Eandolph 


Bluff Fijint 


Jay 


AUensville 


Switzerlaad 


Bateham 


Sulliva.: 


BInfiton 


Wells 


Alligator 


Owen 


Batesville 


Eipley 


Bock's Mills 


Madison 


Alpha 


Scott 


Battle Ground 


Tippecanoe 


B'uo 


Lawrence 


Alquina 


Fayette 


Bayou Mills 


Huntington 


Boon Grove 


Porter 


Alto 


Howard 


Bean Blossom 


Brown 


Boonville 


Warrick 


Alton 


Crawford 


Bear Branch 


Ohio 


Boston 


Wayne 


Alvarado 


Steuben 


Bear Creek 


Jay 


Boundary 


Jay 


America 


Wabasii 


Beaver Ham 


Kosciusko 


Bourbon 


Marshall 


Americas 


Tippecanoe 
Johnson 


Beck's Mills 


Washington 


Bourie 


Noble 


Amity 


Beckville 


Montgomery 


B'jvine 


Gibson 


Amsterdam 


Cass 


Bedford 


Lawrence 


Bowling Green 


Clay 


Anderson 


Madison 


Beech Grove 


Eush 


Boxley 


Hamilton 


Andersonville 


Franklin 


Beechy Mire 


Union 


Boyd>tOQ's Mills 


Kosciusko 


Angola 


Steuben 


Belden 


Wabash 


Bradford 


Harrison 


Anguilla 


Clay 


Belle Air 


Clay 


Branch Creek 


Huntington 


Annapolia 


Parke 


Bellmore 


Parke 


Braysville 


Dearborn 


Anoka 


Cass 


Belville 


Hendrick-; 


Brazil 


Clay 


Antioch 


Huntington 


Bennettsville 


Clark 


Bremen 


Marshall 


Arba 


Eandolph 


Bennington 


Switzerland 


Brewersville 


Jennings 


Arcadia 


Hamilton 


Benton 


Elkhart 


Brick Mill 


Sullivan 


Arcana 


Grant 


Bentonville 


Fayette 


Bridgeport 


Marion 


Areola 


Allen 


Benville 


Jennings 


Bridgeton 


Parke 


Arctic 


De Kalb 


Berlin 


Clinton 


Bright 


Dearborn 


Argos 


Marshall 


Bethany 


Parke 


Brighton 


La Grange 


Armiesburg 


Parke 


Bethel 


Wayne 


Bristol 


Elkhart 


Aroey 


Oweu 


Bethlehem 


Clark 


Broad Eipple 


Marion 


Ascension 


Sullivan 


Bigelow's MiUs 


Laporte 


Brook 


Newton 


Ashborough 


Clay 


Big Springs 


Laporte 


Brookfield 


Shelby 


Ashley's Mills 


Montgomery 


Billingsville 


Union 


Brooklyn 


Morgan 


Ashland 


Henry 


Bird's Eye 


Dubois 


Brookstoa 


White 


Atkinsouville 


Owen 


Black Cieek 


Sullivan 


Brookville 


Franklin 


Attica 


Fountain 


Black Hawk Mi 


Is Posey 


Brownsburg 


Hendricks 


Aubbeenaubbee 


Fulton 


Black Oak Eide 


e Davie>s 


Brownstown 


Jackson 


Auburn 


De Kalb 


Blairsville 


Posey 
Eush 


Brown's Valley 


Montgomery 


Augusta Station 


Marion 


Bloom 


Brownsville 


Uniou 



LIST OF POST OFFICES — INDIANA. 



163 



Post Office. 
Biuce's Lake 
Brnceville 
Biuin's f4 Road3 
Brunswick 
Brushy Prairie 
Bryantsburg 
Bryantsville 
Bryant's Creek 
Buck Creek 
Buckskin 
Buffalo 
Buffaloville 
Bunker Hill 
Burget's Corners 
Burlington 
Burnett's Creek 
Burnsvilie 
Busseroa 
Butler 
Butlerville 
Byrneville 
Cadiz 
Callao 
Caraargo 
Cambridge 
Camden 
Campbell 
Carapbell-bnrg 
Camp Morton 
Cana 
Ciinaan 
Canul 
Canuelton 
Canoper 
Canton 
Ciirlisle 
Carmel 

Carpenter's Creek 
Caipeutersville 
Carroll 
Carrsville 
Cartersburg 
Carthage 
Cary 
Cassville 
Castleton 
Catalpa Grove 
Cataract 
Cathcart 
Cave Spring 
Cedar Grove 
Cedar Lake 
Celestine 
Center 
Center Point 
Centerton 
Center Valley 
Ceuterville 
Cerro Gordo 
Chalmers 
Chambeilaiu 
Chimbersburg 
Charlestown 
ChHrlottesville 
Chesnut Hill 
Chester 
Chestsrfield 
Chili 

Christy's Prairie 
Churubusco 
Cicero 
Cincinnatua 
Clarksburg 
Chirk's Hill 
Clark's Prairie 
Clarksville 
Clark's Station 
Clay Hill 
Clitypool 
Clayton 



County. 

Fulton 

Knox 

Parke 

Lake 

La Grange 

Jefferson 

Lawrence 

Monroe 

Greene 

Gibson 

White 

Spencer 

Miami 

Clinton 

Carr..ll 

White 

Bartholomew 

Knox 

De Kalb 

Jennings 

Harrison 

Henry 

Lapoite 

Jefferson 

Wayne 

Carroll 

Orange 

Washington 

Marion 

Jennings 

Jetter;=on 

Warrick 

Perry 

Adams 

Washington 

Sullivan 

Hamilton 

Jasper 

Putnam 

Carroll 

Marion 

Hendricks 

Rush 

Miami 

Howard 

Marion 

Benton 

Owen 

Jasper 

Decatur 

Franklin 

Lake 

Dubois 

Howard 

Clay 

Morgan 

Morgan 

Wayne 

Randolph 

White 

Allen 

Orange 

Clark 

Hancock 

Washington 

Wayne 

Madison 

Miami 

Clay 

Whitley 

Hamilton 

Hendricks 

Decatur 

Tippecanoe 

Daviess 

Hamilton 

Lake 

Bartholomew 

Kosciusko 

Hendricks 



Post Offl'.e. 
Claysville 
Clear Spring 
Cleona 
Clermont 
Cleveland 
Clifford 
Clifton 
Clifty 
Clinton 
Clinton Lock 
Cloverdale 
Gloverland 
Coatesville 
Cochran 
Coesse 
Coffee 

Coffee Creek 
Cold Spiing 
Cole Creek 
Cole's Corners 
C.lfas 
Collanier 
Columbia 
Columbia City 
Columbus 
Concord 
C'lrnersville 
Conn's Creek 
Cookerly 
C >ok's Station 
Cornucopia 
Cortland 
Corunna 
Corydon 
Cottage Grove 
Cottage Hill 
Covington 
Cox's Mill 
Craig 

Crime's Mill 
Crawfordsville 
Crisp's y^ Roads 
Crittenden 
Cromwell 
(^rotiked Creek 
Crossing 
Cross Plains 
Crothersville 
Crown Point 
Crowville 
Cuba 

Culver's Station 
Cumberland 
Currysville 
Curtis 
Curtisville 
Cyuthiana 
Dale 

Daleville 
Dalton 
Dangola 
Danville 
Dau Webster 
D.Ailington 
Davisville 
Dayton 
Decatur 

Dicker's Station 
Deem 

Deep River 
Deer Creek 

Deerfield 

De Kalb 

Delaware 

Delaware Station 

Delphi 

Delta 

Deming 

Derby 

Devon 



County. 

Washington 

Kosciusko 

Brown 

Marion 

Hancock 

Bartholomew 

Union 

Decatur 

Vermillion 

Parke 

Putnam 

Clay 

Hendrick- 

Deai born 

Whitley 

Cl.y 

Porter 

Noble 

Fountain 

DeKalb 

Clinton 

Whitley 

Favette 

Whitley 

Bartholomew 

Tippecanoe 

Fayette 

Shelby 

Vigo 

Elkhart 

Carroll 

Jackson 

De Kalb 

Harrison 

Union 

St. Joseph 

Fountain 

Wayne 

Switzerland 

Jackson 

Montgomery 

Harrison 

Cass 

Noble 

Steuben 

Laporte 

Ripley 

Jackson 

Like 

Warrick 

Owen 

Tippecanoe 

Maiion 

Sullivan 

Madi-^on 

Tipton 

Posey 

Spencer 

Delaware 

Wayne 

Gibson 

Hendricks 

Henry 

Montgomery 

Shelby 

Tippecanoe 

Adams 

Knox 

Owen 

Lake 

Carroll 

Randolph 

DeKalb 

Ripley 

Ripley 

Carroll 

Parke 

Hamilton 

Perry 

Henry 



Po%t Office. 


County. 


Dillsborough 


Dearborn 


Dilney Hill 


Dubois 


Don Juan 


Perry 


Door Village 


Laporte 


Dora 


Wabash 


Dover 


Boone 


Dover Hill 


Martin 


Down Hill 


Crawford 


Drewersburg 


Franklin 


Dublin 


Wayne 


Duck Creek 


Madison 


Dudleytowa 


Jackson 


Dundee 


Blackford 


Dunkirk 


Jay 


Dunlapsville 


Union 


Dupont 


Jefferson 


Dye 


Martin 


Dyer 


■ Lake 


Eiigle Creek 


Lake 


Eagletown 


Hamilton 


East Gerraantowa 


Wayne 


East Liberty 


Allen 


East Orange 


Noble 


Katon 


Delaware 


El onomy 


Wayne 


Eden 


Hancock 


E'liuburg 


Johnson 


Edwardsport 


Knox 


Kdwardsville 


Floyd 


Elizabeth 


Harrison 


Elizabethtown 


5artholomew 


Elizaville 


Boone 


Elkhart 


Elkhart 


Elkinsville 


Brown 


Ellittsville 


Monroe 


Elm 


Knox 


Elrod 


Ripley 


Eminence 


Morgan 


Emmettsville 


Randolph 


English 


Crawford 


English Lake 


Stark 


Enterprise 


Spencer 


Epsom 


Daviess 


Etna Greene 


Kosciusko 


Eugene 


Vermillion 


Evansville 


Vanderburg 


Kverton 


Fayette 


Ewing 


Jackson 


Fairfield 


Franklin 


Pail field Center 


De Kalb 


Fairland 


Shelby 


Fairmont 


Marshall 


Fair View 


Randolph 


Pall Creek 


Marion 


Falmouth 


Fayette 


Farabee's Station 


Washington 


Farm 


Clay 


Farmers 


Kosciusko 


Farmers' Retreat 


Dearborn 


Farmersville 


Posey 


Farmland 


Randolph 


Fayetteville 


Lawrence 


Ferdinand 


Dubois 


Petherhuff 's Mills 


Carroll 


Findley's Mills 


Jackson 


Fish Creek 


Steuben 


Fishersburg 


Madison 


Fitch 


Cass 


Five Corners 


Miami 


Plat Rock 


Shelby 


Flint 


Steuben 


Florence 


Switzerland 


Flower's Gap 


Washington 


Flowerville 


White 


Floyd Knobs 


Floyd 


Ply Creek 


La Grange 


Forest Hill 


Decatur 


Porestville 


Madison 


Fort Branch 


Gibson 


Fort Ritner 


Lawrence 



164 


LIST 


OF POST OFFICES— INDIANA. 




Post Office,. 


Cowfity. 


Post Office. 


County. 


Post Office. 


County. 


Fort Wayne 


Allen 


Hartford 


Ohio 


Kent 


Jefferson 


Foster's Ridge 


Perry 


Hartford City 


Blackford 


Kent Station 


Newton 


Fox 


Wells 


Hart's Mills 


Ripley 


Kewanna 


Fulton 


Francesville 


Pulaski 


Hartsville 


Bartholomew 


Kinder 


Hancock 


Francisco 


Gibson 


Harveysburg 


Fountain 


Kingsbury 


Laporte 


Frankfort 


Clinton 


Haskell 


Laporte 


Kingston 


Decatur 


Franklin 


Johnson 


Haubstadt 


Gibson 


Kirkland 


Adams 


Frankton 


Madibon 


Hausertown 


Owen 


Kirk's >,^ Roads 


Clinton 


Fredericksburg 


Washington 


Haw Patch 


La Grange 


Knightstown 


Henry 


Fredonia 


Crawford 


Hawthorn's Mills 


Pike 


Knob Creek 


Harrison 


Freelandville 


Knox 


Haysville 


Dubois 


Knox 


Mitthew 


Freeport 


Shelby 


Hazleton 


Gibson 


Kokomo 


Howard 


Freetown 


Jackson 


Headley's Mills 


Fountain 


Kossuth 


Washington 


Fremont 


Steuben 


Hebron 


Porter 


Laconia 


Harrison 


French Island 


Spencer 


Hecla 


Noble 


Ladoga 


Montgomery 


French Lick 


Orange 


Hector 


Jay 


Lafayette 


Tippecanoe 


Fruit Hill 


Vigo 


HeffVon 


Washington 


La Fontaine 


Wabash 


Fnlda 


Spencer 


Heller's Corners 


Allen 


La Grange 


La Grange 


Fuller's Corners 


Whitlev 


Heltonville 


Lawrence 


La Gro 


Wabash 


Fulton 


Fulton 


Hermaan 


Ripley 


Lake City 


Stark 


Galena 


Floyd 


Hickory Branch 


Posey 


Lake Station 


Lake 


Galanditt 


Marion 


Hickory Point 


Lake 


Laketon 


Wabash 


Galveston 


Cass 


Highland Station 


Greene 


LLikeviUe 


St. Joseph 


Gansou 


Pulaski 


High Rock 


Daviess 


Lancaster 


Jeffersoa 


Geetingsville 


Clinton 


Hillsborough 


Fountain 


Land 


Whitley 


Gentryville 


Spencer 


Hobart 


Lake 


Lanesville 


Harrison 


Georgetown 


Floyd 


Hobbieville 


Greene 


Laporte 


Laporte 


Georgia 


Lawrence 


Holland 


Dubois 


Laurel 


Franklin 


Germantown 


Marion 


Hollandsburg 


Parke 


Laurence 


Marion 


Gibson Station 


Lake 


Holman 


Dearborn 


Lawrenceburg 


Dearborn 


Gilead 


Miami 


Holton 


Ripley 


Lawrenceville 


Dearborn 


Gillum 


Jay 


Home 


Jefferson 


Leatherwood 


Lawrence 


Glenn's Valley 


Marion 


Homer 


Rush 


Leavenworth 


Crawford 


Goldsborough 
Gold Creek 


Bartholomew 


Hope 


Bartholomew 


Lebanon 


Boone 


Brown 


Hopewell 


Jennings 
Jackson 


Lee 


Warrick 


Goshen 


Elkhart 


Houston 


Leesburg 


Kosciusko 


Gosport 


Owen 


Howard 


Parke 


Leesville 


Lawrence 


Graham 


Jefferson 


Howesville 


Clay 


Leipsic 


Orange 


Grand View 


Spencer 


Hubbard 


Clark 


Leo 


Allen 


Grant 


Grant 


Hudson 


Laporte 


Leopold 


Perry 


Grantsburg 


Crawford 


Hudsonville 


Daviess 


Lewis 


Vigo 


Grant's Creek 


Switzerland 


Hiintingburg 


Dubois 


Lewis Creek 


Shelby 


Granville 


Delaware 


HuntinetoQ 


Huntington 


Lewisburg 


Cass 


Greenbush 


Gr.i nt 


Huntsville 


Madison 


Lewisville 


Henry 


Green Castle 


Putnam 


Huron 


Lawrence 


Lexington 


Scott 


Greenfield 


Hancock 


Huth 


Fianklin 


Liberty 


Union 


Greenlield Mills 


La Grange 


Hymeria 


Sullivan 


Liberty Center 


Wells 


Green Oak 


Pulton 


Ilia 


De Kalb 


Liberty Mills 


Wabash 


Greeusborongh 


Henry 


Idaville 


White 


Ligonier 


Noble 


Greetisburg 


Decatur 


Independence 


Warren 


Lilly Dale 


Perry 


Green's Fork 


Wayne 


Indianapolis 


Marion 


Lima 


La Grange 


Greentown 


Howard 


Indian Field 


Monroe 


Lumber Lost 


Adams 


Greenville 


Floyd 


Inwood 


Marshall 


Lincoln 


Cass 


Greenwood 


Johnson 


Ireland 


Dubois 


Linden 


Montgomery 


Greysville 
Groomsville 


Sullivan 


Island Grove 


Greene 


Linn Grove 


Adams 


Tipton 


Jack's Creek 


Greene 


Liuton 


Greene 


Groveland 


Putnam 


Jackson 


Decatur 


Lisbon 


Nnble 


Giovertown 


Stark 


Jacksonburg 


Wayne 


Little River 


Allen 


Groves 


Fayette 


Jacksonville 


Switzerland 


Little Walnut 


Putnam 


Guilford 


Dearborn 


Jadden 


Grant 


Little York 


Washington 


Giiionsville 


Dearborn 


Jdapa 


Grant 


Livonia 


Washington 


Guthrie 


Lawrence 


Jamestown 


Boone 


Locke 


Elkhart 


Hagerstown 


Wayne 


•larvis 


De Kulb 


Lockport 


Carroll 


Halbert's Blufif 


Martiu 


Jasonville 


Greene 


Lodi 


AVabash 


Half Way 


Jay 


Jasper 


Dubois 


Logan 


Dearborn 


Hall 


Morgan 


Jay"^ 


Jay 


Logansport 


Cass 


Hall's Corners 


Allen 


Jefferson 


Clinton 


London 


Shelby 


Hamilton 


Steuben 


Jeffersonville 


Clark 


Lone Tree 


Greene 


Hammond 


Marion 


Jennings 


Franklin 


Longwood 


Fayette 


Hanna Statioa 


Laporte 


Jerome 


Howard 


Loogootee 


Martin 


Hannegan 


Hush 


Jonesborough 


Grant 


Losantville 


Randolph 


fliinover 


Jefferson 


Jones' Station 


Dearborn 


Lovely Dale 


Knox 


Hardinsbnrg 


Washington 


Jonesville 


Bartholomew 


Lowell Mills 


Bartholomew 


Hari^in 


Allen 


Jordan 


Randolph 


Ludlow 


Dub..is 


Harmony 


Clay 


Jordan Village 


Owen 


Luray 


Htnry 


Harrisburg 


Fayette 


Juliet 


Lawrence 


Lushers 


Perry 


Harris on 


Delaware 


Kansas 


Bartholomew 


Lynn 


Randolph 


Harrstowa 


Washington 


Keek's Church 


Martin 


Lynnville 


Wariick 


Harrisville 


Randolph 


Kelso 


Dearborn 


Mace 


Montgomery 


Harrodsburg 


Monroe 


Kendallville 


Noble 


McCameron 


Martin 





LIST 


OF POST OFFICES — INDIANA. 


165 


Post Office. 


Ceuniy. 


Post Office. 


Count!/. 


Post Office. 


County. 


McCordsville 


Hancock 


Mongomery's Station Daviess 


New Pittsburg 


Randolph 


McCoy's Station 
McCutchanville 


Decatur 


Monticello 


White 


Newport 


Vermillion 


Vanderburg 


Montmorency 


Tippecanoe 


New Providence 


Clark 


McDonald's 


Orange 


Montpelier 


Blackford 


N.-^w Retreat 


Washington 


McFadden 


Posey 


Moonev 


Jackson 


New Richmond 


Montgomery 


Madison 


Jefferson 


Moorefleld 


Switzerland 


New Ross 


Montgomery 


Magnolia 


Crawford 


Mooresbnrg 


Pulaski 


New Salem 


Rush 


Mahal asville 


Morgan 


Moore's Hill 


Dearborn 


New Salisbury 


Harrison 


Mahon 


Huntington 


Mooresville 


Morgan 


Newton Stewart 


Orange 


Manchester 


Dearborn 


Moore's Vineyard 


Bartholomew 


Newtonville 


Spencer 


Manhattan 


Putnam 


Moral 


Shelby 


Newtown 


Fountain 


Manilla 


Rush 


Morgantown 


Morgan 


New Trenton 


Franklin 


Mansfield 


Piirke 


Morgiana 


Lawrence 


Newville 


De Kalb 


Manville 


Jefferson 


Morocco 


Newton 


New Washington 


Clark 


Maples 


Allen 


Morris 


Ripley 


New Waverly 


Cass 


Marco 


Greene 


Moriistown 


Shelby 


New Winchester 


Hendricks 


Marcy 


La Grange 


Morton 


Putnam 


Nicholsonville 


Putnam 


Marengo 


Crawford 


Moscow 


Rush 


Niconzi 


Miami 


Marietta 


Shelby 


Mountain Springs 


Martin 


Nine Mile 


Allen 


Marion 


Grant 


Mount Auburn 


Shelby 


Ninevah 


Johnson 


Mavkle 


Huntington 


Mount Carmel 


Franklin 


Noah 


Shelby 


Markkville 


Madison 


Mount Comfort 


Hancock 


Noble 


Noble 


Mannont 


M.'irshall 


Mount Etna 


Huntington 


Noblesville 


Hamilton 


Maishfield 


Warren 


Mount Gilboa 


Benton 


Norraanda 


Tipton 


Mars Hill 


Randolph 


Mount Hope 


De K.ilb 


North Bend 


Stark 


M.rtiusburg 


Washington 


Mount Jefferson 


Carroll 


North Bust 


Steuben 


Martinsville 


Morgan 


Mount Liberty 


Brown 


Northern Depot 


Boone 


Martz 


Clay 


Mount Meridian 


Putnam 


Northfleld 


Boone 


Ma~silIon 


Allen 


Mount Moriah 


Brown 


North Galveston 


Kosciusko 


Mauckport 


Harrison 


Mount Pleasant 


Martin 


North Hogan 


Ripley 


Maxinkuckee 


Mill-shall 


Mount Prospect 


Crawford 


North Jud-on 


Stark 


Maysville 


Huntington 


Mount Sterling 


Switzerland 


North Liberty 


St. Joseph 


Mtchanicsburg 


H«nry 


Mount Tabor 


Monroe 


North Madison 


Jefferson 


Medeline 


Parke 


Mount Vernon 


Posev 


North Manchester 


Wabash 


Mcdarysville 


Pulaski 


Mount Washington Morgan 


Northport 


Noble 


Medora 


Jackson 


Muddy Pork 
Mud Lick' 


Clark 


North Salem 


Hendricks 


iMelrose 


' Rush 


Jeff'eison 


Notre Dame 


St. Joseph 


Memphis 


Clark 


Mulberry 


Clinton 


Nottingham 


Wells 


Mercury 


Madison 


Muncie 


Delaware 


Null's Mills 


Payette 


Merom 


Sullivan 


Murray 


Wells 


Numa 


Parke 


Merrien 


Noble 


Napoleon 


Ripley 


Oak 


Pulaski 


Merriilville 


Lake 


Nash Depot 


Vanderburg 


Oakdale 


Jennings 


Metaraora 


Franklin 


Nashville 


Brown 


Oikdam 


Vanderburg 


Meten 




Natchez 


Martin 


Oakford 


Howard 


Mets 


Steuben 


Nebraska 


Crawford 


Oak Forest 


Franklin 


Mexico 


Miami 


Nebraska 


Jennings 


Oak Grove 


Jasper 


Miami 


Miami 


Neff' 


Randolph 


Oakland 


Spencer 


Michigan City 


Laporte 


Neil's Station 


Wayne 


Oaklami City 


Gibson 


Micliij,'aDtowa 


Clinton 


Nevada 


Tipton 


Oak Station 


Knox 


Middlel.ury 


Elkhart 


New Albany 


Floyd 


Oak Woods 


Grant 


Middle Fork 


Clinton 


New Alsace 


Dearborn 


Oceola 


St. Joseph 


Mid.iletowa 


Henry 


New Amsterdam 


Harrison 


Ogden 


Henry 


Mi>!way 


Spencer 


New Belisville 


Brown 


Oldenburg 


Franklin 


Mier 


Grant 


Newbern 


Bartholomew 


Clean 


Ripley 


Mifflin 


Crawford 


Newberry 


Greene 


Olive Hill 


Wayne 


Milan 


Ripley 


New Boston 


Spencer 


Oneida 


Kosciusko 


Milford 


Kosciusko 


New Britton 


Hamilton 


Ontario 


La Grange 


Mill Ark 


Fulton 


Newburg 


Warrick 


Onward 


Cass 


Mill Grove 


Owen 


New Burlington 


Delaware 


Orange 


Fayette 


Millei.-burg 


Elkhart 


New Carlisle 


St. Joseph 


Oiangeville 


Orange 


Millhuusen 


Decaiur 


New Castle 


Henry 


Orchard Grove 


Lake 


Millport 


Jacki^on 


New Corner 


Delaware 


Oregon 


Clark 


Militown 


Crawlord 


New Corydon 


Jay 


Oigan Spring 


Washinjiton 


Millville 


Henry 


New Durham 


Laporte 


Orland 


Steuben 


Milo 


Brown 


New Elizabeth 


Hendricks 


Orleans 


Orange 


Milroy 


Rush 


New Farmington 


Jackson 


Osgood 


Ripley 


Milton 


Wayne 


New Garden 


Wayn^ 


0-sian 


Wells 


Mish;iwaka 


St. Joseph 


New Goshen 


Vigo 


Oswego 


Kosciusko 


Mitchell 


Lawrence 


New Harmony 


Posey 


O.itlet 


Lake 


Mix. r.-ville 


Franklin 


New Haven 


Allen 


Ovid 


Madison 


Mungoquinong 


La Grange 


New Holland 


Wabash 


Owensburg 


Greene 


Monmouth 


Adams 


New Lancaster 


Tipton 


Owensville 


Gibson 


Monon 


White 


New Lebanon 


Sullivan 


Oxford 


Benton 


Monroe 


Jay 


New Lisbon 


Henry 


Padiria 


Crawford 


Monroe ville 


Allen 


New London 


Howard 


PaUstine 


Kosciusko 


Moui'via 


Morgan 


New Marion 


Ripley 


Palmyra 


Harrison 


Monterey 


Pula;-<ki 


New Maysville 


Putnam 


Paoli 


Orange 


MontfZ 


Cass 


New Mount Pleasant Jay 


Paris 


Jennir.gs 


Montezuma 


Paike 


New Paris 


Elkhart 


Parish Grove 


Benton 


Montgomery 


Jennings 


New Philadelphia 


Washington 


i'arker 


Randolph 



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LIST 


OF POST OFFICES — INDIANA. 




Post Office. 


County. 


Post Office, 


County. 


Post Office. 


County. 


Piu-kersburg 


Montgomery 


Reddingson 


Jnckson 


Sharp's Mills 


Harrison 


Parker's Settlement Posey 


Reelsville 


Putnan, 


Sharpsville 


Tipton 


Parkville 


Parke 


Reese's Mill 


Boone 


Shawnee Mound 


Tippecanoe 


Patoka 


Gibson 


Reiffsburg 


Wells 


Sheasville 


Moigaa 


Patricksburg 


Owen 


Rensselaer 


Jasper 


Sheilville 


Hamilton 


Patriot 


Switzerland 


Reserve 


Miami 


Shelbyville 


Shelby 


Paw Paw 


Miami 


Retreat 


Jackson 


S.dney 


Fulton 


Pecks burg 


Hendricks 


Reynolds 


White 


Silver Like 


Kosciusko 


Pekin 


Washington 


Richnrdson 


St. Joseph 


Silverville 


Lawrence 


Pendleton 


Madison 


Richland 


Rush 


Simon's Corners 


Noble 


Pennvllle 


iAy 


Richmond 


Wayne 


Six Mile 


Jennings 


Peppertown 


Franklin 


Ricli Valley 


Wabash 


Slash 


Grant 


Perkinsville 


Madison 


Richwoods 


Delaware 


Slate 


Jennings 


Perry 


Allen 


Ridge Road 


Allen 


Slate Cut 


Clark 


Perrysburg 


Miami 


Ridgeville 


Randolph 


Sligo 


Marshall 


Perrysville 


Vermillion 


Risdon 


Grant 


Smelser's Mills 


Rush 


Peru 


Mil mi 


Riley 


Vigo 


Smithland 


Shelby 


Petersburg 


Pike 


Ringgold 


La Grange 


Smithville 


Monroe 


Pettit 


Tippecanoe 


Rising Sun 


Ohio 


Smyrna 


Decatur 


Philadelphia 


Hancock 


River Vale 


Lawrence 


Snow Hill 


Randolph 


Piattsville 


Parke 


Roanoke 


Huntington 


Solsberry 


(ireene 


Pickard's Mills 


Clinton 


R >h Roy 


Fountain 


Somerset 


Wabash 


Piercetiin 


Kosciusko 


Rochester 


Fulton 


Somerville 


Gibson 


Pierceville 


Ripley 


Rock Creek 


Bartholomew 


South Bend 


St. Joseph 


Pigeon Roost 


Scott 


Rockfield 


Carroll 


South Betheny 


Earthoiomew 


Pilot Grove 


Newton 


Rockford 


Jackson 


South Boston 


Washington 


Pilot Knob 


Crawford 


Rock port 


Spencer 


South Cleaveland 


Whitley 


Pimento 


Vigo 


Rockville 


Parke 


South Gate 


Franklm 


Pine City 


Morgan 


Rogersville 


Henry 


South Martin 


Martin 


Pine Village 


Warren 


Rolling Prairie 


Laporte 


South Milford 


La Grange 


Pinhook 


Lawrence 


Rome 


Perry 


Southport 


Marion 


Pitts boro' 


Hendricks 


Romney 


Tippecanoe 


South West 


Elkhart 


Pittsburg 


Carroll 


Rono 


Perry 


South Whitley 


Whitley 


PlaiQfield 


Hendricks 


Root 


Allen 


Spade's Depot 


Ripley 


Plainville 


Daviess 


Roselle 


Laporte 


Spauldingsville 


Knox 


Pleasant 


Switzerland 


Rnsedale 


Parke 


Sparksville 


Jackson 


Pleasant Grove 


Jasper 


Rose Hill 


Kosciusko 


Sparta 


Dearborn 


Pleasant Hill 


Montgomery 


Rose vi He 


Pnrke 


Spartanburg 


Randolph 


1 tasarit Like 


Steuben 


Rosewood 


Harrison 


Spencer 


Owen 


Pleasant Mills 


Adams 


Ross 


Lake 


Spencerville 


De Kalb 


Pleasant Ridge 


Greene 


Rossburg 


Decatur 


Spiceland 


Henry 


Plymouth 


Marshall 


Rossville 


Clinton 


Spring Creek 


Cass 


Po"^ 


Allen 


Royal Center 


Cass 


Sprintr Dale 


Harrison 


Point Commerce 


Greene 


Royalton 


Boone 


Springfield 


Franklin 


Point Isabel 


Grant 


RushviUe 


Rush 


Springfleld Mills 


Noble 


Poland 


Clay 


Russell's Mills 


Parke 


Spiing Hill 


Decatur 


Polk Patch 


Warnck 


Ru^sellville 


Putnam 


Springtowa 


Hendricks 


Polk Run 


Clark 


Russiuville 


Clinton 


Sprinaiville 


Lawrence 


Pond Creek Mills 


Knox 


Rutherford 


Switzerland 


Sproatts 


Sullivan 


P olesville 


WariCn 


Saint John 


Lake 


Stamper's Creek 


Oran?e 


i'onlir Grove 


Howasd 


S;iint Leon 


Dearborn 


Stanford 


Monroe 


I'orte.'six) Roads 


Porter 


Saint Mary's 


Vigo 


Star 


Rush 


Puiii-^v^v.lle 


Dubois 


Saint Omer 


Decatur 


State Line 


Warren 


Port Giosoa 


Gibson 


Saint Paul 


Decatur 


Staunton 


Clay 


Portlaud 


Fountain 


Saint Peter's 


Franklin 


Steam Corner 


Fountain 


Portland Alills 


Parke 


Saint Wendel's 


Posey 


Steeles 


Rush 


Poseyville 


Posey 


Salamonia 


Jay 


Stewai tsville 


Posev 


Poston 


Ripley 


Salem 


Washington 


Stilesville 


Hendricks 


Prairie 


Tipton 


S.ilem Center 


Steuben 


Stinesville 


Monroe 


Praiiie Creek 


Vigo 


Saltilloville 


Washington 


stip's mil 


Franklin 


Prairie Edge 


Montgomery 


Saluda 


Jefferson 


Stockdale 


Miami 


Prairieton 


Vigo 


yaundersville 


Vanderburg 


Stockton 


Owen 


Prescott 


Shelby 


Sandy Ridge 


Steuben 


Stockwell 


Tippecanoe 


Priam 


Bi.ckford 


Sandford 


Vigo 


Stoney Point 


Jefferson 


Price 


Huntington 


Strn Jacinto 


Jennings 


Storm's Creek 


Jennings 


Princeton 


Gibson 


Sin Piere 


Stark 


Strawberry Ridge 


Pulaski 


Prince William 


Carroll 


Santa Claua 


Spencer 


Strawtown 


Hamilton 


Prosperity 


Madison 


Santa Pe 


Miami 


Stringtown 


Ripley 


Prowsville 


Washington 


Sardinia 


Decatur 


Sugar Branch 


Switzerland 


Puddletowa 


Laporte 


Sdturu 


Whitley 


Sugar Creek 


Hancock 


Pulaski 


Puh.ski 


Scipio 


Jennings 


Sugar (irove 


Tippecanoe 


Putnaniville 


Putnam 


Scotland 


Greene 


Sugar River 


Montgomery 


Queeusville 


Jennings 


Si'ottsville 


Floyd 


Sullivan 


Sullivan 


Que reus Grove 


Switzerliind 


Sellersburg 


Clark 


Sulphur Hill 


Shelby 


Quincy 


Owen 


Selma 


Delaware 


Sulphur Springs 


Henry 


Raglesville 


Daviess 


Sevastopol 


Kosciusko 


Summit 


Whitley 


Rainsville 


Warren 


Sevmour 


Jackson 


Summitville 


Madison 


Raleigh 


Rush 


Shanghai 


Howard 


Sumption Prairie 


St. Joseph 


Randall 


Allen 


Shannondale 


Montgomery 


Sunman 


Ripley 


Raysville 


Henry 


Sharon 


Delaware 


Swain's Mills 


Rush 





LIST OF POST OFFICES— KENTUCKY. 


167 


Post Office. 


County, 


Post Office. 


County. 


Post Office. 


County. 


Swan 


Noble 


Vistula 


Elkhart 


White Creek 


Jackson 


Swanville 


Jefferson 


Volga 


Jefferson 


White Hall 


Owen 


Sylvaa Grove 


Clark 


Wabash 


Wabash 


White Lick 


Boone 


Sylvania 


Parke 


Wadesville 


Posey 


White Oak Grove 


Pike 


Syracuse 


Kosciusko 


Wailsboro' 


Bartholomew 


White's Grove 


Newton 


Tanipico 


Jackson 


Wakarusa 


Elkhart 


Whitestown 


Boone 


Taylor's Corners 


De Kalb 


Walkersville 


Jasper 


Whitesville 


Montgomery 


Taylorsville 
Tell City 


Bartholomew 


Walkerton 


St. Joseph 


White Water 


Wayne 


Perry 


Wallace 


Fountain 


Wickliffe 


Crawford 


Terre Coupee 


St. Joseph 


Walpole 


Hancock 


Wild Cat 


Carroll 


Ten e Haute 


Viffo 


Walton 


Ca-s 


Williamsburg 


Wayne 


Tetersburg 


Tipton 


Warren 


Huntington 


Williamsport 


Warren 


Texas 


Washington 


Wirrington 


Hancock 


Williamstown 


Decatur 


Thorutovrn 


Boone 


Warsaw 


Kosciusko 


Wilmington 


Dearbora 


Tippecanoe Town 


Marshall 


Washington 


Daviess 


Wilmot 


Noble 


Tipton 


Tipton 


Washington Center Whitley 


Willow Branch 


Hancock 


ToUeston 


Lake 


Waterford 


Laporte 


Willow Valley 


Martin 


Toronto 


Vermillion 


Waterloo 


Payette 


Winchester 


Randolph 


Toto 


Stark 


Waterman 


Parke 


Windfall 


Tipton 


Trafalgar 


Johnson 


Waveland 


Montgomery 


Windsor 


Randolph 
Lake 


Transitville 


Tippecanoe 


Waver ly 


Morgan 


Winfield 


Trask 


Grant 


Wawaka 


Noble 


Winnamac 


Pulaski 


Trenton 


Eandolph 


Waw-pe-cong 


Miami 


Winslow 


Pike 


Trinity Springs 


Marshall 


Way 


Ripley 


Winterrowd 


Shelby 


Tiiptoa 


Jennings 


Wamansville 


Bartnoloraew 


Wintersville 


Decatur 


Tr(.y 


Perry 


Waynesburg 


Decatur 


Wirt 


Jefferson 


Tunnelton 


Lawrence 


Waynetown 


Montgomery 


Wolcott's Mills 


La Grange 


Turkey Creek 


Steuben 


Waynesville 


Bartholomew 


Wolf Creek 


Marshall 


Turmun's Creek 


Sullivan 


Webster 


Wayne 


Wolf Lake 


Noble 


Twtl/eMile 


Cass 


Weisburg 


Dearborn 


Woodbury 


Hamiltoa 


Two Mile Prairie 


Pulaski 


Wenona 


Henry 


Woodland 


St. Joseph 
Kosciusko 


Tyner City 


Marshall 


Wesley 


Montgomery 


Wooster 


Union 


Pike 


West Bnena Vista 


Gibson 


Worth 


Dubois 


Union City 


Randolph 


Westchester 


Jay 


Woribington 


Greene 


UuioD Mills 


Lnporte 


West Creek 


Lake 


Worthsville 


Johnson 


Unionville 


Monroe 


Westfield 


Hamilton 


Wright 


Greeae 


Urbana 


Wabash 


West Kinderbook 


Tipton 


Wright's Mills 


Parke 


Utica 


Clark 


Westland 


Hancock 


Wright's Corners 


Dearborn 


Valeene 


Orange 


West Lebanon 


Warren 


Wyandotte 


Tippecanoe 


Valonia 


Jackson 


West Liberty 


Howard 


Wynn 


Franklin 


Valparaiso 


Porter 


West Newton 


Marion 


Xenia 


Miami 


Van Burea 


Clay 


West Point 


Tippecanoe 


Yankeetown 


Warrick 


Vandalia 


Owen 


Westport 


Decatur 


Yellow Creek 


Kosciusko 


Vera Cruz 


WelW 


Westville 


Laporte 


York Center 


Steuben 


Veiraont 


Howard 


Wheatland 


Knox 


Yorktown 


Delaware 


Vernon 


Jenaiogs 


Wheatonville 


Warrick 


Yorkville 


Dearborn 


Veisailles 


Ripley 


Wheatville 


Miami 


Yountsville 


Montgomery 


Vevay 


Switzerland 


Wheeler 


Porter 


Zanesville 


Wells 


Victor 


De Kalb 


Wheeling 


Delaware 


Zenas 


Jennings 


Vienna 


Scott 


Whitcomb 


Franklin 


Zimsburg 


Madison 


Vincenneg 


Knox 


White Cottage 


Harrison 


Zionsville 


Boone 



LIST OF POST OFFICES 

IN THE 

STATE OF KENTUCKY, 



Post Office. 
Aaron's Run 
Abbottsford 
Adairsville 
Adams' Mills 
Albany 
Alexandria 
Allendale 
AUenville 
Alma 
Alpha 
Amanda 
Antioch 
Ashbysburg 



County. I 

Montgomery ' 

Trimble i 

Logan ' 

Pula-ki I 

Clinton [ 

Campbell i 

Greene 

Todd! 

Warren ] 

Clinton [ 

Greenup [ 

Washington j 

Hopkins | 

Boyd 



Post Offici. 


County. 


Aspen Grove 


Pendleton 


Athens 


Fayette 


Atkinson 


Christian 


Augusta 


Bracken 


Aurora 


Marshall 


Bacon Creek 


H.rt 


Bainbiidge 


Christian 


B lid Eagle 


Bath 


Bald Knob 


Franklin 


Ballardsville 


Oldham 


Barboursville 


Knox 


Bark Camp Mills 


Whitley 


Bardstown 


Nelsoi 


Barksdale 


Marshall 



Post Office. 
^rrick 

iTaugh's Station 
Bear Creek 
Beard's Station 
Bear Wallow 
Beattyville 
Beaver Dam 
Beaver Lick 
Bedford 
Beech Pork 
Beechland 
Bee Lick 
Bee Sprmg 
Bell 



County. 

Greene 

Logan 

Owsley 

Oldham 

Barren 

Owsley 

Ohio 

Boone 

Trimble 

Washington 

Wash ington 

Lincoln 

Edmonson 

Morgan 



168 


LIST OF POST OFFICES — KENTUCKY. 




Post Office. 


County. 


Post Office. 


Cmimty. 


Post Office. 


County. 


Belmont 


Bullitt 


Cane Spring Depot Bullitt 


Curdsville 


Daviess 


Belle Ombre 


t Ballard 


Cane Valley 


Adair 


Curry's Run 


Harrisoa 


Belle View 


Christian 


Caney 


Morgan 


Cutshin 


Perry 


Bell's Mines 


Crittenden 


Caueyville 


Grayson 


Cynthiana 


Harrison 


Bell's Trace 


Carter 


Cannonsburg 


Greenup 


Cypress 


Union 


Bennettsville 


Hancock 


Canton 


Trigg 


Dabney 


Pulaski 


Benson 


Franklin 


Carlisle 


Nicholas 


Dale 


Campbell 


Benton 


Marshall 


Carlow 


Hopkins 


Dallman's Creek 


Logan 


Berlin 


Bracken 


Carrollton 


Carroll 


Dallas 


Pulaski 


Berry's Lick 


Butler 


Carrsville 


Livingston 


Danville 


Boyle 


Berry's Station 


Harrison 


Carthasre 


Campbell 


Daysville 


Todd 


Bethel 


Bath 


Casey Creek 


Adair 


Delaware 


Daviess 


Bethlehem 


Henry 


Caseyville 


Union 


Demossville 


Pendleton 


Bewleyville 


Breckeuridge 


' ash's Knob 


Montgomery 


Drposit 


Jefferson 


Big Clifty 


Grayson 


Cassitv's Mills 


Morgan 


Depot 


Graves 


Big Hill 


Madison 


Catalpa Grove 


Greene 


D. vil's Creek 


Wolf 


Big Ready 


Edmonson 


Cat.wba 


Pendleton 


Dixon 


Webster 


Big Rock 


Harlan 


Catlettsburg 


Boyd 


Donaldson 


Trigg 


Big Spring 


Breckeuridge 


Cat.) 


Pula-ki 


Dough ty's Creek 


Warren 


Birdsville 


Livingston 


Cave City 
Cayce's Station 


Barren 


Dover 


Mason 


Birmingham 
Bitter Water 


Marshall 


Fulton 


Downingsville 


Grant 


Bullitt 


Caves 


Carter 


Dry Rid-e 


Grant 


Blackford 


Hancock 


Cedar Creek 


Jefferson 


Dub in 


Graves 


Black Lick 


Logan 


Ctdar Springs 


Allen 


D acker's 


Woodford 


Black Walnut 


Barren 


Center 


Metcalfe 


Dunaway'a 


Clark 


Black Water 


Morgan 


Centeifield 


Oldh.m 


Duncan 


Mercer 


Bhindvilie 


Ballard 


Ceiiterpoint 


Monroe 


Dycusburg 


Crittenden 


Bloomfield 


Nelson 


(. eiiterville 


Bourbon 


Eagle Hill 


Owen 


Bloomington 


Magoffin 


Ceralvo 


Ohio 


Earle's 


Muhlenburg 


Blue Lick Sprin2;s 


Nicholas 


Chapel Hill 


Allen 


East Fork 


Metcalfe 


Blue Spring Grove 


Barren 


Chaplin 


Nelson 


Eiidyville 


.. ^^?P- 


B'lhan 


Mercer 


Cliarleston 


Hopkins 


Kd in on ton 


Metcalfe 


Bolton 


Lawrence 


Cherokee 


Lawrence 


Bdniundsville 


Barren 


Boone 


Boone 


Cheshire's Store 


Anderson 


Elizabethtown 


Hardin 


Boone Furnace 


Carter 


Chicago 


Marion 


Elizaville 


Fleming 


Booueville 


Owsley 


Christiansburg 


Shelby 


Elk Creek 


Spencer 
Warren 


Bordley 


Union 


Christy's Fork 


Morgan 


Elk Spring 


Boston 


Nelson 


Clarksburg 


Lewis 


Elkton 


Todd 


Boston Station 


Pendleton 


Clay 


Union 


Eli-ton 


Madison 


Bowliug Green 


Warren 


ClaysviUe 


Harrison 


Ellwood 


Muhlenburg 


Boyd's Station 


Harrison 


Clay's Village 


Shelby 


Elm 


Ballard 


Bradfordi^ville 


Marion 


Clear Creek 


Knox 


Eminence 


Henry 


Brand iinburg 


Mead 


Clear Fork 


Whitley 


Empire Iron Works Trig-g 


Brasherville 


Perry 


Clear Spring 


Graves 


Escipion 


Logan 


Breckeuridge 


Pike 


Cleaveland 


Fayette 


Estel Furnace 


EsiiU 


Breedings 


Adair 


Clifton's Mills 


Breckeuridge 


Exchange 


McCracken 


Bremen 


Muhlenburg 


Clifty 


Todd 


F'air Dealing 


Marshall 


Bridgeport 


Franklin 


Clinton 


Hickman 


Fairfield 


Nelson 


Briensburg 


Marshall 


Clintonville 


Bourbon 


Fail-view 


Todd 


Brigg's Mills 


Ohio 


Clio 


Wayne 


F,,llsof Blain 


Lawrence 


Bristow Station 


Warren 


Cloverport 


Breckeuridge 


Fails of Harrod 


Jefferson 


Broad well 


Harrison 


Clyde 


Hopkins 


Falls of Rough 


Grayson 


Brook's Station 


Bullitt 


Cou;ar"s Landing 


Jessamine 


Falmouth 


Pendleton 


Brookville 


Braclven 


Cold Spring 


Campbell 


Fan y Farm 


Graves 


Brownsborough 


Oldham 


C. Id Water 


Callaway 


Farm Dale 


Farmer 


Brownsville 


Edmonson 


Coleniansville 


Harri-ou 


Farmer's 


Rowan 


Bryantville 


Garrard 


Columbia 


Adair 


Farraersville 


Caldwell 


Buckeye 


Garrard 


Columbus 


Hick an 


Farniiugton 


Graves 


Buckliorn 


Ohio 


Concord 


Lewis 


Felii;iana 


Graves 


Buena Vista 


Harrison 


Connersville 


Haniscn 


Ferguson's Station 


Logan 


Buford 


Ohio 


Consolation 


Shelby 


r ern Creek 


Jefferson 


BuUittsville 


Boone 


Constance 


Boone 


Fern Leaf 


Mason 


Burlington 


Boone 


t'ool Spring 
Coral Hill 


Ohio 


Felixville 


G;"eene 


Burnsville 


Caldwell 


Barren 


FiiK-hville 


Shelby 


Bush's Store 


L.uiel 


Cordova 


Grant 


Fisherville 


Jefferson 


Butlersville 


Allen 
Nicholas 


Cornett's Mills 


Letcher 


Flat Creek 


Clay 


Buzzard Roost 


Cornis'iville 


Mercer 


Zt\s.r' 


Campbell 


Butler 


Pendleton 


Corydon 


Henderson 


Knox 


Cabin Creek 


Lewis 


Cotton Wood 


Christian 


Flat Rock 


Bouri^on 


Cadiz 


Trigg 


Covington 


Kentou 


Flat Woods 


Marshall 


Cairo 


Henderson 


Crab Orchard 


Lincoln 


Flemingsburg 


Fleming 


Calhoun 


McLean 


Creelsburg 


Russell 


Flippin 


Monroe 


California 


Campbell 


Crittenden 


Giant 


Flint I-land 


Mead 


Callahan 


Gree 11 p 


Crittenden Springs 


Crittenden 


Florence 


Bo.me 


Callaway 


Harlan 


l^iomwell 


Ohi,. 


Flower. Creek 


Pendleton 


Camargo 


Montgomery 


Cropper's Depot 


Shelby 


Floydsburg 


Oldham 


Camdenville 


Anderson 


Cio-s Plains 


Barren 


F ad's Ferry 


Crittenden 


Cumpellsburg 


Henry 


Crow's Pond 


Daviess 


Fordsville 


Ohio 


Campbellsville 


Taylor 


Cuba 


Graves 


Forest Retreat 


Nicholas 


Camp Creek 


Crittenden 


Cumberland Ford 


Knox 


Forks of Elkhorn 


Franklia 



LIST OF POST OFFICES — KENTUCKY. 



169 



County. 

Ballard 

Bracken 

Monroe 

Kenton 

Franklin 

Simpson 

Hardin 

Henry 



Post Office, 
Fort Jeffersou 
Poster 

Fountain Run 
Fowler's Creek 
Frankfort 
Franklin 

Franklin M Roads 
Franklinton 

Fredericktowa Washington 

Freedom Casey 

Fredonia Caldwell 

Friendship Hardin 

Frozen Creek Breathitt 

Fruit Hill Christian 

Fulton Fulton 

Gainesville Allen 

Gahvay Simpson 

Gardnersville Pendleton 

Garnettsville Mead 

Garrettsburg Christian 

Garrett Mead 

Garriot's Landing Trimble 

Geneva Henderson 

George's Creek Lawrence 

Gecrgetowu Scott 

Germrtntown Ma-on 

Gills' Mills Bath 

Ghent Carroll 

Glasgow Barren 

Glenn Brook Hart 

Glen's Fork Adair 

Glencoe Gallatin 

Glendale Hardin 

Glenville McLean 

Golden Fond Trigg 

Goochland Madison 

Good's Precinct Clark 

Gordonville Logan 

Goshen Oldham 

Gonge's Grant 

Gradyville Adair 

Graefenberg Shelby 

Grant's Lick Campbell 

Grassy Creek Morgan 

Grata Owen 

Gray Hawk Jackson 

Grayson C. H. Carter 

Grayson Springs Grayson 

Graysville Toad 

Great Crossings Scott 

Green Castle Warren 

Green Grove Clinton 

Green Hall Owsley 

Green River Hart 

Greensburg Greene 

Greenup C. H. Greenup 
Greenville Muhlenburg 

Grundy Pulaski 

Gum Grove Union 

Hadensvillo Todd 

Hadley Warren 

Higue Logan 

Hall Hopkins 

Hamilton Boone 

Hamilton's Store Pike 

Haramonville Hart 

Hampton's Mills Morgan 

Hanly Jessamine 
Hardensburg Breckenridge 

Harlan Harlan 

Hardscrabble Grant 

Harmony Owen 

Harrisonville Shelby 

Harrodsburg Mercer 

11 



County. 

Butler 

Ohio 

Greene 

Harrison 

Hancock 

Jefferson 

Marion 

Perry 

Wolfe 

Ballard 

Nicholas 



Post Office. 
Harreldville 
Hartford 
Haskinsville 
Havilandsville 
Hawesville 
Hays' Spring 
Haysville 
Hazard 
Hazle Green 
Hazlewood 
Head Quarters 
Hebbardsville 

Hearln's Store Union 

Hebron Boone 

Helena Mason 

Henderson C. H. Henderson 

Henry's X Roads Todd 

Henrysville Logan 

Hickman Fulton 

Hickory Flat Simpson 

Hickory Grove Graves 

Hico Callaway 

High Grove Nelson 

Highland Bath 

Hilisboro' Fleming 

Hilton Monroe 

nine's Mills Ohio 

Hodgensville La Rue 

Hood's Fork Johnson 

Hood's Run Greenup 

Hopkinsville Christian 

Horse Shoe Bottom Russell 

Horsewell Barren 
Howard's Mills Montgomery 

Horse Cave Hart 

Houston Bourbon 

Howell's Springs Hardin 

Howe's Valley Hardin 
Hudsonville Breckenridge 

Hustinville Lincoln 

Hutchison's Bourbon 

Independence Kenton 

Indian Bottom Letcher 

Indian Spring Campbell 

Irvine Estill 

Irvinsville Nicholas 

Jackton Breathitt 

Jamestown Russell 

Jeffersontown Jefferson 

Jericho Henry 

Jessamine Jessamine 

Jesse's Store Shelby 

Joe's Lick Madison 

Johnson's Forks Morgan 

Kane Campbell 

Kansas Graves 

Keene Jessamine 

Kenton Kenton 

KentontowQ Harrison 

Keysburg Logan 

Kiddville Clark 

Kingston Madison 

Kinniconick Lewis 

Kirksville Madison 

Knottsville Daviess 

Knoxville Pendleton 

Lacona Jefferson 

La Payette Christian 

La Fontaine Harlan 

La Grange Oldham 

Lair's Station Harrison 

Lancaster Garrard 

Latonia Springs Kenton 

Laura Furnace Trigg 



Post Office. County. 

Laurel Bluff Muhlenburg 

Laurel Bridge Laurel 

Laurel Fork Baih 

Lrtwreuceburg Anderson 

Lanesville Floyd 

Lead Hill Muhlenburg 

Leander Graves 

Lebanon Marion 

Leesburg Harrison 

Leonard Harlan 

Levee Montgomery 

Lewisport Hancock 

Lexington Fayette 

Liberty Casey 

Licking Station Morgan 

Liad.say's Mills Trigg 

Line Creek Pulaski 

Litchfleld Grayson 

Little Eagle Scott 

Little Prairie Hopkins 

Little Sandy Morgan 

Livermore McLean 

Lockport Henry 

Lockwood Lawrence 

Locust Grove Callaway 

Locust Mills Bracken 

Logan's Mills Logan 

Logansport Butler 

London Laurel 

Long Run Jefferson 

Long View Christian 

Lowville Pike 

Loretto Marion 

Lost Creek Breathitt 

Lost Run Breckenridge 

Lot Whitley 
Louisa Court House Lawrence 

Louisville Jefferson 

Lovelaceville Ballard 

Lowell Garrard 

Lone Station Bourbon 

Lusby's Mills Owen 

Lynn Greenup 

Lynn Camp Knox 
MoDanul's Store Breckenridge 

McKenzie's Mill Christian 

McAfee Mercer 

McGee Jackson 

McLean's Retreat Daviess 

Macedonia Grant 

Mackville Washington 

Madisonville Hopkins 

Magnolia La Rue 

Mammoth Cave Edmonson 

Manchester Clay 

Mannsville Taylor 

Manton Marion 

Marble Creek Fayette 

Marine Lewis 

Marion Crittenden 

Marrowbone Cumberland 

Marsh Creek Whitley 

Marshall's Bath 

Martinsburg Monroe 

Masonville Daviess 

Massack McCraeken 

Mauldin Jackson 

Mayfield Graves 

May's Lick Mason 

Maysville Mason 

Meadow Creek Whitley 

Meadville Mead 

Melvin Ballard 

Menelos Madison 



170 


LIST OF POST OFFICES — KENTUCKY 




Post Office. 


County. 


Post Office. 


County. 


Post Office. 


County, 


Middlebiirg 


Casey 


Nolen 


Hardin 


Prestonburg 


Floyd 


Middle Fork 


Jackson 


Northcott's Store 


Boone 


Prestonville 


Carroll 


Middletown 


Jefferson 


North Fork 


Mason 


Prewitt's Knob 


Barren 


Midview 


Henry 


North Hill 


Wayne 


Princeton 


Caldwell 


Midway 


Woodford 


North Middletown 


Bourbon 


Proctor 


Owsley 


Milbura 


Ballard 


Oakford 


Daviess 


Prosperity 


Lawrence 


Milford 


Bracken 


Oak Grove 


Christian 


■Providence 


Hopkins 


Military Institute 


Franklin 


Oakland Mills 


Nicholas 


Pryorsl)urg 


Graves 


Mills 


Christian 


Oakland Station 


Warren 


Quality Valley 


Butler 


Milledgeville 


Lincoln 


Oak Woods 


Fleming 


Quincy 


^Lewis 
Logan 


Millersburg 


Bourbon 


O'Bannon 


Jefferson 


Rabbittsville 


Millerstown 


Grayson 


Oddville 


Harrison 


Radford 


Callaway 


MillersYille 


Russell 


Oldhamburg 


Oldham 


Raleigh 


Union 


Mill Grove 


Madison 


Old Town 


Greenup 


Randolph 


Metcalfe 


Mill Spring 


Wayne 


Olive Hill 


Carter 


Raven Creek 


Harrison 


Milton 


Trimble 


Olive 


Marshall 


Raywick 


Marion 


Milltown 


Adair 


Olympian Springs 


Bath 


Readyville 
Red Hill 


Builer 


Millwood 


Mason 


Orangeburg 
Owensboro' 


Mason 


Hardin 


Minerva 


Mason 


Daviess 


Red River Iron Works Estill 


Mintonville 


Casey 


Owenton 


Owen 


Relief 


Morgan 


Mitchellsburg 


Boyle 


Owingsville 


Bath 


Richland 


Butler 


Model Mills 


Muhlenburg 


Oxfnd 


Scott 


Richelieu 


Logan 


Monroe 


Hart 


Pace's 


Metcalfe 


Richmond 


Madison 


Monterey 


Owen 


Paducah 


McCracken 


Rich Pond Grove 


Warren 


Montgomery 


Trigg 


Pageville 


Barren 


Richmond 


Boone 


Monticello 


Wayue 


Paint Lick 


Garrard 


Riffe's M Roads 


Lawrence 


Moorefield 


Nicholas 


Paiutsville 


■Johnson 


Rio 


Hart 


Morehead C. H. 


Rowan 


Palma 


Marshall 


River View 


Jeffersou 


Moreland 


Bourbon 


Paradise 


Muhlenburg 


Roaring Spring 


Trigg 


Morgan 


Pendleton 


Paris 


Bourbon 


Robertson's Station 


Harrison 


Morganfield 


Union 


Park 


Barren 


Robersonville 


Hardin 


Moiganto-wn 


Butler 


Parksville 


Boyle 


Robinson's Creek 


Pike 


Morning View 


Kenton 


Parmleysville 


Wayue 


Rochester 


Butler 


Mortonsville 


Woodford 


Payne's Depot 


Scott 


Rock Bridge 


Monroe 


Moscow 


Hickman 


Peach Orchard 


Lawrence 


Rock Castle 


Trigg 


Motier 


Pendleton 


Peeled Oak 


Bath 


Rock Dale 


Owen 


Mount Aerial 


Allen 


Pekia 


Jessamine 


Rock Haven 


Mead 


Mount Carmel 


Fleming 


Pembroke 


Christian 


Rockhold's 


Whitley 


Mount Eden 


Spencer 


Perryville 


Boyle 


Rockhouse 


Bath 


Mount Freedom 


Jessamine 


Petersburg 
Pewee Valley 


Boone 


Rockland Mills 


Barren 


Mount Gilead 


Mason 


Oldham 


Rock Lick Breckenridge 


Mount Ida 


Montgomery 


Piketon 


Pike 


Rock Point 


Henry 


Mount Olivet 


Bracken 


Pilot Knob 


Todd 


Rocky Hill 


Barren 


Mount Savage 


Carter 


Pine Bluff 


Callaway 


Rocky Hill Station 


Edmonson 


Mount Sterling 


Montgomery 
Rock 


Pine Grove 


Clark 


Rogersville 


Madison 


Mount Vernon 


Pitt's Point 


Bullitt 


Rolling Fork 


Nelson 


Mount Washington 


Bullitt 


Planter's Hall 


Breckenridge 


Roscoe 


Todd 


Mount Zion 


Perry 


Pleasant Grove 


Obio 


Rose Hill 


Laurel 


Mud Lick 


Monroe 


Pleasant Grove Mills Fleming 


Roseville 


Barren 


Munfordville 


Hart 


Pleasant Hill 


Mercer 


Ross' Ferry 
Rough and Ready 


Livingston 


Munday's Landing 


Woodford 


Pleasant Home 


Owen 


Anderson 


MuiTay 


Callaway 


Pleasant Point 


Daviess 


Round Stone 


Rock Castle 


Murpliysville 


Mason 


Pleasant Ptidge 


Daviess 


Rowena 


Russell 


Napoleon 


Gallatin 


Pleasant Vale 


Todd 


Rowlett's Depot 


Hart 


Neatsville 


Adair 


Pleasant Valley Mills Nicholas 


Royalton 


Russell 


Nebo 


Hopkins 


Pleasant View 


Todd 


Ruckersville 


Clark 


Nelson Furnace 


Nelson 


Pleasureville 


Henry 


Ruddle's Mills 


Bourbon 


Nevada 


Mercer 


Plummer's Mill 


Fleming 


Rumsey 


McLean 


Newberry 


Wayne 


Point Curve 


Graves 


Russell's Springs 


Russell 


New Castle 


Henry 


Point Pleasant 


Ohio 


Russeilville 


Logan 


New Columbus 


Owen 


PolkviUe 


Warren 


Rutland 


Harrison 


New Concord 


Callaway 


Pollard's Tan Yard Caldwell 


Saint Mary's 


Marion 


New Haven 


Nelson 


Pond River Mills 


Muhlenburg 


Saint Matthew's 


Jefferson 


New Hope 


Nelson 


Poole's Mills 


Henderson 


Salem 


Livingston 


New Liberty 


Owen 


Poor Fork 


Harlan 


Salina 


Jefferson 


New Market 


Marion 


Poplar Flat 


Lewis 


•Saloma 


Taylor 


Newport 


Campbell 


Poplar Grove 


Owen 


Salt Lick 


La Rue 


New Roe 


Allen 


Poplar Hill 


Casey 


Salvisa 


Mercer 


Newstead 


Christian 


Poplar Neck 


Nelson 


Samuel's Depot 


Nelson 


New Woodburn 


Warren 


Poplar Plains 


Fleming 


Sandifer's Store 


Carroll 


New Texas 


Hickman 


Portland 


Jefferson 


Santa Fe 


Bracken 


Newtown 


Scott 


Port Royal 


Henry 


Saratoga 


Lyon 


Nicbolasville 


Jessamine 


Pott's Mills 


Jessamine 


Sardis 


Mason 


Nobob 


Barren 


Powersville 


Bracken 


Savera 


Owen 



LIST OF POST OFFICES — ILLINOIS. 



171 



Post Office. 


County. 


ScafiRild Cane 


Rock Castle 


Scottsville 


Allen 


Seventy-Six 


Clinton 


Sexton's Creek 


Clay 


Shady Grove 


Crittenden 


Shaipsburg 


Bath 


Shawnan 


Bourbon 


Shelbyville 


Shelby 


Shepherdsville 


Bullitt 


Sherburn Mills 


Fleming 


Shiloh 


Callaway 


Short Creek 


Grayson 


Shortsville 


Bullitt 


Side View 


Montgomery 


Simpsonville 


Shelby 


Slack 


Mason 


Sliuightersville 


Webster 


Sligo 


Henry 


SmileytoTvn 


Spencer 


Smitlifleld 


Henry 


Smithland 


Livingston 


Smith's (xrove 


Warren 


Smith's Mills 


Henderson 


Saow Hill 


Callaway 


Social Hill 


McLean 


Somerset 


Pulaski 


Sonnra 


Hardin 


South CarroUton 


Muhlenbuig 


South Pork 


Owsley 


South Uaion 


Logan 


Southville 


Shelby 


Sparta 


Owen 


Speedwell 


Madison 


Spottsville 


Henderson 


Spring Bank 


Franklin 


Springfield 


Washington 


Spring port 


Henry 


Spring Station 


Woodford 


Spence Grove 


Owsley 


Stamperton 


Owen 


Stamping Ground 


Scott 


Stanford 


Lincoln 


Stanton 


Powell 


Stapleton 


Mead 


Star Furnace 


Carter 


Statelpy's Eun 


Grant 


State Line 


Fulton 


Stephensburg 


Hardin 


Stephentiport 


Breckenridge 


Still Water 


Wolfe 



Post Office. 


County. 


S'oner 


Clark 


Stoney Point 


Bourbon 


Sugar Creek 


Gallatin 


Sugar Grove 


Butler 


Sugar Plant 


Metcalfe 


Sulphur Lick 


Monroe 


Sulphur Springs 
Sulphur Weil 


Muhlenburg 


Jessamine 


Summerville 


Greene 


Stmfish 


Edmonson 


Swiftsville 


Wolfe 


Syrasonia 


Graves 


Taylorsville 


Spencer 


Temperance Hill 


Warren 


Temperance Mount 


Simpson 


Texas 


Washington 


Thompsonville 


Pulaski 


Three Forks 


Barren 


Three Prong 


Greenup 


Three Springs 


Hart 


Tibbatt'8 M Roads 


Campbell 


Tilton 


Fleming 


Tippecanoe 


Ohio 


Tolesborough 


Lewis 


Tompkiusville 


Monroe 


Tracy 


Barren 


Traveler's Rest 


Owsley 


Trenton 


Todd 


Troy 


Woodford 


Truittsville 


Greenup 


Turkey Foot 


Scott 


Union 


Boone 


Union Star 


Breckenridge 


Uuioutown 


Uiion 


Upper Tygart 
Uptonville 


Carter 


La Rue 


Vanceburg 


Lewis 


Vandenburg 


Hopkins 


Van Dyke's Mill 


Spencer 


Verona 


Boone 


Versailles 


Woodford 


Vienna 


Clark 


Vine Grove 


Hardin 


Viola Station 


Graves 


Visalia 


Kenton 


Volney Station 


Logan 


Wadesboro' 


Marshall 


Wallonia 


Trigg 


Walnut Plat 


Lincoln 


Walnut Hill 


Fayette 



Post Office. 


County. 


Walnut Valley 


Clark 


Walton 


Boone 


Warfield 


Lawrence 


Warsaw 


Gallatin 


Washington 


Mason 


Waterford 


Spencer 


Waterloo 


Pulaski 


Watson's 


Marshall 


Waynesboro' 


Lincoln 


Weavertoa 


Wayne 


Webster 


Breckenridge 


Wesley 


Hickman 


Weston 


Nicholas 


Westonburg 


Crittenden 


West Liberty 


Morgan 


West Point 


Hardin 


Westport 


Oldham 


Whippoorwill 


Laurel 


White Hall 


Madison 


White Lilly 


Laurel 


White Oak Hill 


Fleming 


Whitesburg 


Letcher 


White Sulphur 


Scott 


Whitesville 


Daviess 


Whitley C. H. 


Whitley 


Wickliffe 


Nelson 


Wild Cat 


Whitley 


Williams 


Christian 


Williarnstown 


Grant 


WiUisburg 


Washington 


Wilson's Creek 


Graves 


Wilsonville 


Spencer 


Winchester 


Clark 


Winona 


Trimble 


Wise's Mill 


Henderson 


Withesville- 


Caldwell 


Woodbine 


Whitley 


Woodbury 


Butler 


Woodlawn 


Morgan 


Woodsonville 


Hart 


Woodstock 


Pulaski 


Woodville 


Ballard 


Woolridge's Store 


Christian 


Worthville 


Carroll 


Wightsville 


Pulaski 


Wyoming 


Bath 


Yellow Creek 


Knox 


Yelvington 


Daviess 


Zion 


Henderson 



LIST OF POST OFFICES 

IN THE 

STATE OF ILLINOIS. 



Post Office. 


Covnty. 


Abingdon 


Knox 


Accommodation 


Effingham 


Adams 


Adams 


Addison 


Dupage 


Adeline 


Ogle 


Ainsworth Station 


Cook 


Akin 


Franklin 


Albany 


Whitesides 


Albion 


Edwards 


Alden 


McHenry 


Aledo 


Mercer 


Alexander 


Morgan 



Post Office. 


County. 


Algonquin 


McHenry 


Akron 


Peoria 


Alhambra 


Madison 


Allen's Springs 


Pope 


Alma 


Marion 


Alton 


Madison 


Alum Rock 


La Salle 


Amboy 


Lee 


Amity 


Livingston 


Ancona 


Livingston 


Andalusia 


Rock Island 


Andover 


Henry 



Post Office. 


County, 


Angola 


Lake 


Anua 


Union 


Annapolis 


Crawford 


Annawan 


Henry 


Antioch 


Lake 


Appanoose 


Hancock 


Apple Creek 


Greene 


Apple River 


Jo Daviess 


Arcadia 


Morgan 


Areola 


Coles 


Arenzville 


Cass 


Argo 


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OF POST OFFICES — ILLINOIS. 




Post Office. 


CAiunty. 


Post Office. 


County, 


Post Office. 


County. 


Argyle 
Arlington 


McDonough 


Big Rock 


Kane 


Bushnell 


McDonough 


Bureau 


Big Rush Craek 


Jo Daviess 


Butler 


Montgomery 


Armington 


Tazewell 


Big Spring 


Shelby 


Byron 


Ogle 


Armstrong 


Wabash 


Big Woods 


Dupage 


Cairo 


Alexander 


Aroma 


Kankakee 


Birmingham 


Schuyler 


Caledonia 


Pulaski 


Asbury 


La S:ille 


Bishop Hill 


Henry 


Caledonia Station 


Booue 


Ashby 
Ash Grove 


Coles 


Blackberry 


Kane 


Calhoun 


Richland 


Iroquois 


Blackberry Station 


Kane 


Camargo 


Coles 


Ashkum 


Iroquois 


Black Oak 


Wayne 


Cambridge 


Henry 


Ashland 


Cass 


Blair 


Randolph 


Camden 


Schuyler 


Ashley 


Washington 


Blairsville 


Willian,son 


Camden Mills 


Rock Island 


Ash more 


Coles 


Blandinsville 


McDonough 


Cameron 


Warren 


Ash Ridge 


Massac 


Bliven's Mill 


McHenry 


Campbell 


Coles 


Assumption 


Christian 


Blood's Point 


De Kalb 


Camp Grove 


Stark 


Astoria 


Fulton 


Bloomfield 


Edgar 


Camp Point 


Adams 


Athens 


Menard 


Bloomingdale 


Dupage 


Canton 


Fulton 


Athensville 


Gieene 


Bloomington 


McLean 


Carbon 


Mercer 


Atkinson 


Henry 


Bloomville 


Kankakee 


Carbon Cliff 


Rock Island 


Atlanta 


Logan 


Bloom 


Cnok 


Carbondale 


Jackson 


Atlas 


Pike 


Blue Grass 


Vermillion 


Cary Station 


McHenry 


Attilla 


Williamson 


Blue Island 


Cook 


Carlinville 


Macoupin 


Auburn 


Sangiimon 


Blue Point 


Wayne 


Carlyle 


Clinton 


Audubon 


Montgomery 


Blue Ridge 


Jefferson 


Carnent Prairie 


Perry 


Augusta 


Hancock 


Blueville 


Christian 


Carmi 


White 


Aurora 


Kane 


Blufi Dale 


Greene 


Carpentersville 


Kaue 


Ava 


Jackson 


Bluffville 


Carroll 


Carrollton 


Greene 


Avery 


Jo Daviess 


Bolton 


Williamson 


Cartersville 


Jasper 


Aviston 


Clinton 


Bond's Point 


Christian 


Carthage 


Hancock 


Avoca 


Livingston 


Bon Pas 


Richland 


Carter 


Sangamon 


Avon 


Fulton 


Bonus 


Boone 


Casey 


Clark 


Babcock's Grove 


Dupage 


Bonwcll 


Edgar 


Caseyville 


St. Clair 


Baileyville 


Ogle 


Book 


Pope 


Cass 


Dupage 


Bainbridge 


Williamson 


Boone 


Boone 


Cat! in 


Vermilli n 


Baldwinville 


Edgar 


Boot 


Richland 


Cave 


Franklin 


Lankston 


Saline 


Bourbon 


Douglas 


Cave in Rock 


Hardin 


Bardolph 


McDonough 


Bowling Green 


Fayette 


Cayugi. 


Livingston 


Barclay 


Ogle 


Buyuton 


Tazewell 


Cedar Bluff 


Johnson 


Barreville 


McHenry 


Bra. ford 


Stark 


Cedarville 


Stephenson 


Banington Station Cook 


Biadley 


Jackson 


Centerville 


Piatt 


Barr's Store 


Macoupin 


Breckenridge 


Pope 


Central City 


Marion 


Barry 


Pike 


Breese 


Greene 


Centr.ilia 


Marion 


BrtSCO 


Hancock 


Bremen 


Randolph 


Center Point 


Knox 


Batavia 


Kaue 


Biickton 


Cook 


C nter Ridge 


Mercer 


Bates 


Sangamon 
Mason 


Bridgeport 


Lawrence 


Cerro Gordo 


Piatt 


Bath 


Brighton 


Macoupin 


Cbambersburg 


Pike 


Beardstown 


Cass 


Biimfield 


Peoiia 


Champaign 


Champaign 


Bear Creek 


Montgomery 


Bristol 


Kendall 


Chandlerville 


Cass 


Beaver Cretk 


Bond 


Bristol Station 


Kendall 


Cliannahou 


Will 


Beavertoa 


Boone 


Broad Oaks 


Pope 


Charleston 


Coles 


Beaverville 


Iroquois 


Broadwell 


Logan 


Chatham 


Sangamon 


Beck's Creek 


Shelby 


Brooklyn 


Schuvler 


Cbafsworth 


Livicgston 


Bedford 


Pike 


Brookville 


Ogle 


Ciiebause 


Iroquois 


Bedfordville 


Henderson 


Browning 


Schuyier 


Chelsea 


Will 


Belden 


McHcury 


Bruce 


McDonough 


Chemung 


McHenry 


Bell Air 


Crawford 


Brunswick 


Peoria 


Cheney's Grove 


McLean 


Bell Plain 


Marshall 


Brush Creek 


Wayne 


Chenoa 


McLean 


Belle Prairie 


Hamilton 


Brushy Fork 


Coles 


Cherry Grove 


Carroll 


Belleville 


St. Clair 


Buck 


Hamilton 


Cherry Valley 


Winnebago 


Bellview 


Calhoun 


Buck Hart 


Christian 


Chester 


Randolph 


Belvidere 


Boone 


Buck Horn 


Brown 


Chesterfield 


Macoupin 


Belwood 


Iroqucjis 


Buda 


Bureau 


Chicago 


Co.k 


Bement 


Piatt 


Bnena Vista 


Stephenson 


Chili 


Hancock 


Benton 


Franklin 


Buffalo 


Gallatin 


Chili Centre 


Hancock 


Berlin 


Sangrimon 


Buffalo Prairie 


Rock island 


Chillicothe 


Peoria 


Bernadotte 


Fulton 


Bulkley 


Iroquois 


Chisraanville 


Gallatin 


Ben y ton 


Cass 


Bullbonas Grove 


Kankakee 


Circleville 


Tazewell 


Berwick 


Warren 


Bunker Hill 


Macoupin 


Clark Center 


Clark 


Bethiilto 


Madison 


Bureau Junction 


Bureau 


Clay 


La Salle 


Bethel 


Morgan 


Buvkeville 


Monroe 


riay City 


Clay 


Beulah 


De K.lb 


Burlington 


Kane 


Clayton 


Adams 


Beverly 


Adams 


Burns 


Henry 


Clear Creek Landing Al xancler 


Bible Grove 


Clay 


Burnsville 


McDonough 


Clermont 


Richland 


BigKSville 


Henderson 


Burnt Prairie 


White 


Clifton 


Iroquois 


Big Muddy 


Franklin 


Burritt 


Winnebago 


Clinton 


De Witt 


Big Neck 


Adams 


Burton 


Adams 


Clintonville 


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Post Office. 


County. 


Post Office. 


County. 


Clover 


Henry 


Dillon 


Tazewell 


Clyde 


Whitesides 


Dixon 


Lee 


Cortl Valley 


Book Island 


Doddsville 


Schuyler 


Coatsburg 


Adams 


Dogtooth 


Alexander 


Cochranville 


Stephenson 


Dolsou 


Clark 


Cobb 


Randolph 


Dongola 


Union 


Colchester 


McDonough 


Donovan 


Iroquois 


Cold Spring 


Shelby 


Dorrance 


Stark 


Collins' Station 


Clinton 


Dorchester 


Macoupin 


Collinsville 


Madison 


Dorset 


De Kalb 


Colniar 


MoDonough 


Dcmtflas 


Knox 


Colona Station 


Henry 


Dover 


Bureau 


Columbia 


Monroe 


Downer's Grove 


Dupage 


Columbus 


Adams 


Downs 


McLean 


Como 


Whitesides 


Drury 


Rock Island 


Concord 


Morgan 


Dubois 


Washington 


Conkey's Store 


Vermillion 


Duck Creek 


Warren 


Cooperstown 


Brown 


Dudley 


Edgar 


Copperas Creek 


Fulton 


Dudleyville 


Bond 


Copper Creek 


Rnck Island 


Duncan's Mills 


Fulton 


Coral 


McHenry 


Dundas 


Richland 


Cordova 


Rock Island 


Diindee 


Kane 


Corntou 


Cumberland 


Dunleith 


Jo Daviess 


Cornville 


La Salle 


Dupage 


Will 


Cottage Hill 


Dupage 


Duquoin 


Perry 


Cottonwood 


Gallatin 


Durand Station 


Wmnebago 


Cottonwood Grove Bond 


Durham 


Hancock 


CiiultersviJlft 


Randolph 


Dwight 


Livingston 


Council Hill 


Jo Daviess 


Eagle 


La Salle 


Council Hill Station Jo Daviess 


rtagle Clififs 


Monroe 


Courtland Station 


De Kalh 


Eagle Point 


Ogle 


Courtiight Mills 


Iroquois 


Earlville 


La Salle 


Crab Orchard 


Williamson 


East Bend 


Ford 


Crawford 


Gallatin 


East Cambridge 


Henry 


Crescent City 


Iroquois 


East Paw Paw 


De Kalb 


Crete 


Will 


East Wheatland 


Will 


Crittenden 


Franklin 


Baton 


Crawford 


Crotty 


La Salle 


Edgington 


Rock Island 


Crow Meadows 


Marshall 


Edwardsville 


Madison 


Crutjer 


Woodford 


Effingham 


Effingham 


Crystal Lake 


McHenry 


Edgewood 


Effinghim 


Cuba 


Fulton 


Egypt 


Mason 


Cypress Creek 


Johnson 


Efa 


Lake 


Dakota 


Stephenson 


Elbridge 


Edgar 


Dallas City 


Hancock 


El Dara 


Pike 


Dnmnscus 


Stephenson 


El Dorado 


Saline 


Danby 


Dupage 


Eleroy 


Stephenson 


Danturth 


Tazewell 


Elgin 


Kane 


Danville 


Vermillion 


Elida 


Winnebago 


Darien 


Clark 


Eliza 


Mercer 


Davis 


Stephenson 


Elizabeth 


Jo Daviess 


Darwin 


Clark 


Elizabetbtown 


Hardin 


Dawson 


Sangamon 


Elk Grove 


Cook 


Daysville 


Ogle 


Elkhart City 


Logan 


Dayton 


La Siille 


Elkhorn 


Washington 


Dearborn 


McHenry 


Elkhoru Grove 


Carroll 


Decatur 


Macon 


Blkton 


Crawford 


Deep Cut 


McHenry 
Tazewell 


Elliottstown 


Effingham 


Deer Creek 


Ellis Grove 


Randolph 


Deerfield 


Lake 


Ellison 


Warren 


Deerfield Prairie 


De Kalb 


EUisville 


Fulton 


Deer Park 


La Salle 


Elm Grove 


Adams 


Deer Plain 


Calhoun 


Elmore 


Peoria 


De Kalb Center 


DeKalb 


Elmira 


Stark 


Delavan 


Tazewell 


Elm Point 


Bond 


Delhi 


Jersey 


Elm Wood 


Peoria 


Del Rey 


Iroquois 


El Paso 


Woodford 


Delta 


McLean 


Elsah 


Jersey 


Dement Station 


Ogle 


Elvaston 


Hancock 


Denny 


Warren 


El win 


Macon 


Deriiida 


Jo Daviess 


Elwood 


Will 


Detroit 


Pike 


Eminence 


Logan 


De Soto 


Jackson 


Emma 


White 


De Witt 


De Witt 


Empire 


Whitesides 


Diamond Lake 


Lake 


Eu'fleld 


White 



Post Office. 


County. 


English Prairie 


McHenry 


Enon 


Bureau 


Enterprise 


Wayne 


Epler 


Morgan 


Equality 


Gallatin 


Erie 


Whitesides 


Erin 


McHenry 


Erwin 


Schuyler 


Essex 


Kankakee 


Etna 


Coles 


Eureka 


Woodford 


Eugene 


Knox 


Evan's Mill 


Morgan 


Evanston 


Cook 


Evansville 


Randolph 
Franklin 


Swing 


Ewington 


Effingham 


Exeter 


Scott 


Pairburg 


Livinj°:ston 


Fairfield 


Wayne 


Pairhavea 


Carroll 


Fairmont 


Vermillion 


Fair Play 


Jefferson 


Fairview 


Fttlton 


Fair Weather 


Adams 


Farina 


Fayette 


Farmington 


Fulton 


Farm Ridge 


La Salle 


Farmsville 


Woodford 


Farrowtowa 


Calhoun 


Fayette 


Greeue 


Payetteville 


St. Clair 


Ferdinand 


Mercer 


Fiatt 


Fulton 


Fidelity 


Jersey 


Fieldon 


Jersey 


Fillmore 


Montgomery 


Fincastle 


Clark 


Fish Hook 


Pike 


Fitts Hill 


Franklin 


Pitz Henry 


Ogle 


Flat Rock 


Crawford 


Flora 


Clay 


Ploraville 


St. Clair 


Florence 


Pike 


Florid 


Putnam 


Forest Station 


Livingston 


Forksville 


Lake 


Foreston 


Ogle 


Fort Hill 


Lake 


Fosterbuig 


Madison 


Posters 


Marion 


Fountain Green 


Hancock 


Pour Mile Grove 


Lee 


Fowler's Station 


Adams 


Pox Lake 


Lake 


Frankfort 


Franklin 


Franklin Grove 


Lee 


Franklin 


Morgan 


Pranz(mia 


Richland 


Fredericksville 


Schuyler 


Fredouia 


Williamson 


Preeburg 


St. Clair 


Freedom 


La Salle 


Freeland 


De Kalb 


Free man ton 


Effingham 


Fremont Center 


Lake 


Preeport 


Stephenson 


French Village 


St. Clair 


Friend Grove 


Wabash 


Friendship 
PriendsviUe 


McDonough 


Wabash 


Fullersburg 


Dupage 


Fuller's Point 


Coles 


Pulton 


Whitesides 



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LIST OF POST OFFICES — ILLINOIS. 



Post Office. 


County. 


Post Office 


County. 


Fulton Center 


Fulton 


Hanover 


Jo Daviess 


Galena 


Jo Daviess 


Hardin 


Callioun 


Galesbuvg 
Gallatin 


Knox 


Hardiusville 


Crawford 


Saline 


Harlem 


Winnebago 


Galloway 


La Salle 


Harmony 


McHenry 


Galum 


Perry 


Harrisburg 


Saline 


Galva 


Henry 


Harris Grove 


Jefferson 


Gap Grove 


Lee 


Harrison 


Winnebago 


Garden Plain 


Whitesides 


Harrisonville 


Monroe 


Garden Prairie 


Boone 


Harristown 


Macon 


Gardner 


Grundy 


Hartford 


Saline 


Gard's Point 


Wabash 


Hartland 


McHenry 


Geneva 


Kane 


Harvard 


McHenry 


Genesee 


Heury 


Havana 


Mason 


Genesee Grove 


Whitesides 


Huvelock 


Cook 


Genoa 


De Kalb 


Hazel Dell 


Cumberland 


Georgetown 


Vermillion 


Hazlett 


Eock Island 


Germantown 


Clinton 


Hebron 


McHenry 


Gibson 


Knox 


Hecker 


Monroe 


Gilead 


Calhoun 


Hemlo 


Whitesides 


Gilgal 


Pike 


Hendersoa 


Knox 


Gilespie 


Macoupin 


Hennepin 


Putnam 


Gil man 


Iroquois 
Lake 


Henry 


Marshall 


Gilmer 


Hermitage 


Coles 


Giiard 


Macoupin 


Hermon 


Knox 


Glasgow 


Scott 


Herndon 


Montgomery 


Glendale 


Pope 


Hersman's 


Browu 


Glencoe 


Cook 


Heyworth 


McLean 


Glenwood Mills 


Livingston 


Hickory 


Lake 


Godfrey 


Madison 


Hickory Creek 


Fayette 


Golconda 


Pope 


Hickory Grove 


Massac 


Good Hope 


McDouough 


Hickory Hill 


Marion 


Gooding's Grove 


Will 


Hickory Eidge 


H incnck 


Goose Island 


Alexander 


Hick's Mills 


De Kalb 


Grafton 


Jersey 


Hidalgo 


Jasper 


Grand Chain 


Pulaski 


Higginsville 


Vermillion 


Grand Cote Prairie 


Periy 


Higlil:md 


Miidison 


Grand Detour 


Ogle 


High Point 


Mercer 


Grand View 


Edgar 


High Prairie 


La Salle 


Grand Tower 


Jiickson 


Hillsboro' 


Montgomery 


Grand Prairie 


Kankakee 


Hill's Grove 


McDonough 


Granville 


Putnam 


Hodges 


Greene 


Gray's Mills 


Johnson 


Holland 


Shelby 


Grayville 


White 


Hollowayville 


Bureau 


Green buTg 


Greene 


Home 


Wayne 


Greenbush 


AVarreu 


Homer 


Champiiign 


Green Dale 


Marion 


Hoover's Point 


Macoupin 


Greenfield 


Greene 


Hope 


Cook 


Green (Jarden 


Will 


Hopedale 


Tazewell 


(Jreen River 


Henry 


Hopewell 


M^tcon 


Greenup 


Cumberland 


Hopper's Mills 


Henderson 


Greenvale 


Jo Daviess 


Hord 


Clay 


Greenville 


Bond 


Hornsby 


Macoupin 


Greenwood 


McHe:.ry 


Houston 


Adams 


Greggville 


Pike 


Howard's Point 


F:iyette 


Gridley 


McLean 


Howardsville 


Stephenson 


Griswold 


Hamilton 


Hoyletown 


Washington 


Grouse 


Kane 


Hudson 


McLean 


Groveland 


Tazewell 


Huntley Grove 


McHeury 


Guilford 


Jo Daviess 


Huntsville 


Schuyler 


Hadley 


Will 


Hurricane ' 


Montgomery 


Hadley's Station 


Lawrence 


Hutsonville 


Ci'awford 


Hagley 


Cass 


Hyde Park 


Cook 


Hainesville 


Lake 


Illiopolis Station 


Sangamon 


Haldane 


Ogle 


Illinois City 


Eock Island 


Hale 


Ogle 


lllinoistown 


St. Clair 


Haigisaw 


Buone 


ludianola 


Vermillion 


Half Day 


Lake 


Industry 


McDonovrgh 


Hall 


Franklin 


Ingraham Prairie 


Clay 


Hallock 


Peoria 


Ionia 


Warren 


Hamburg 


Calhoun 


Ipava 


Fulton 


Hamilton 


Hancock 


La 


Jo Daviess 


Hamlet 


Mercer 


Iroquois 


Iroquois 


Hamshire 


Kane 


Irving 


Montgomery 


Hampton 


Eock Island 


Island Creek 


Jasper 



PostOfflce. 


County. 


Izoria 


Eock Island 


Jacksonville 


Moigaa 


Jamestown 


Clinton 


Jasper 


Schuyler 


Jefferson 


Cook 


Jefferson Corners 


Whitesides 


Jefffrsonville 


Wayne 


Jericho 


Kane 


Jersey Prairie 


Cass 


Jerseyville 


Jersey 


John's Creek 


Sangamon 


Johnson 


McDonough 


Johnsontown 


Cumheland 


Johnsonville 


Wayne 


Joliet 


Will 


Jonesboro' 


Union 


Jones' Creek 


Randolph 


Jordan 


Vermillion 


Jordan's Grove 


Eandolph 


Kane 


Greene 


Kaneville 


Kane 


Kankakee Depot 


Kankakee 


Kansas 


Edsar 


Kappa 


Woodford 


Kaskaskia 


Randolph 


Keene 


Adams 


Keenville 


Wayne 


Keithsburg 


Mercer 


Kendall 


Kendall 


Kent 


Stephenson 


Kentucky 


Vermillion 


Kewaunee 


Henry 


Keysport 


Clinton 


Kickapoo 


Peoria 


KiUbuck 


Ogle 


Kinderhook 


Pike 


Kingsbury 


Whitesides 


King's Mills 


Kane 


Kingston 


De Kalb 


Kingston Mines 


Peoria 


Kinmundy 


Marion 


Kiytyre 


Winnebago 


Kishwaukee 


Winnebago 


Knight's Grove 


St. Clair 


Knot Prairie 


Jefferson 


Knoxville 


Knox 


Kyte River 


Ogle 


La Clair 


De Kalb 


Lacon 


Marshall 


Lacey 


De Kalb 


La Clede 


Fayette 


Laenna 


Loa;an 


Lafayette 


Stark 


Lafox 


Kane 


La Harpe 


Hancock 


Lake Creek 


Williamson 


Lake Forrest 


Lake 


Lake Zurirh 


Lake 


Lamb's Point 


Madison 


Lamoille 


Bureau 


Lancaster 


Cass 


Lane Depot 


Ogle 


Lane's M Roads 


Hamiltou 


Lanesville 


Sangamon 


Langdon 


Peoria 


Laona 


Winnebago 


La Prairie Center 


Marshall 


Larkinsburg 


Clay 


La Salle 


La Salle 


Laviue 


Iroquois 


Lawndale 


Logan 


Lawn Ridge 


Marshall 


Lawrence 


McHenry 


Lawrenceville 


Lawrence 


Lebanoa 


St. Clair 





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OF POST OFFICES — ILLINOIS. 


175 


Post Office. 


County. 


Fast Office. 


Cownty. 


Post Office. 


County. 


Lee Center 


Lee 


Manlina 


La Salle 


Monterey 


Calhoun 


L' Etable 


Iroquois 


Mansfield 


Kendall 


Montezuma 


Pike 


Leesville 


Boone 


Manteno 


Kankakee 


Montgomery 


Kane 


Leland 


La Salle 


Maple Grove 


Edwards 


Monticello 


Piatt 


Lemont 


Cook 


Maple's Mill 


Fulton 


Monument 


Pike 


Lena 


Stephenson 


Maquon 


Knox 


Moore's Prairie 


Jefferson 


Lenzburg 


St. Clair 


Maradosia 


Morgan 


Morlan's Grove 


Wayne 


Leroy 


McLean 


Marceline 


Adams 


Moro 


Madison 


Lewistowa 


Fulton 


Marcy 


Franklir 


Morrison 


Whitesides 


Lexington 


McLean 


Marengo 


McHenrv 


Morris 


Grundy 


Leyden Center 


Cook 


Margaretta 


Clark 


Morristown 


Henry 


Liberty 


Adams 


Marietta 


Fulton 


Mortansville 


Sangamon 


Libertyville 


Lake 


Marine 


Madison 


Morton 


Tazewell 


Lillecash 


Will 


Marion 


Williamson 


Moscow- 


Mason 


Lina 


Adams 


Marissa 


St. Clair 


Moss ville 


Peoria 


Limerick 


Bureau 


Markanda 


Jackson 


Moultonville 


Madison 


Limestone 


Kankakee 


Maroa 


Macon 


Mound City 


Pulaski 


Lincola 


Logan 


Marrowbone 


Moultrie 


Mound Station 


Brown 


Lindenwood 


Ogle 


Marseilles 


La Salle 


Mount Auburn 


iristian 


Lisbon 


Kendall 


Martinsburg 


Pike 


Mount Carmel 


Wabash 


Lisle 


Dupage 


Marshall 


Clark 


Mount Carroll 


Carroll 


Litchfield 


Montgomery 


Martinsville 


Clark 


Mount Erie 


Wayne 


Little Detroit 


Tazewell 


Marys ville 


Vermillion 


Mount Hawley 


Peoria 


Little Muddy 


Franklin 


Mascontah 


St. Clair 


Mount Meacham 


So'iuvler 


Little Rock 


Kendall 


Mason 


Effingham 


Mount Morris 


Ogle 


Littleton 


Schuyler 


Mason City 


Mason 


Mount Palatine 


Putnam 


Little York 


Warren 


Matanzas 


Mason 


Mount I leasant 


Union 


Lively 


St. Clair 


Mattison 


Cook 


Mount Prospect 


Whitesides 


Liverpool 


Fulton 


Mattoon 


Coles 


Mount Pulaski 


Logan 


Livingston 


Clark 


MayestowQ 


Monroe 


Mount Sterling 


Brown 


Loami 


Sangamon 


Mazon 


Grundy 


Mount Sumner 


Jo Daviess 


Lock 


La Salle 


Mechanicsburg 


Sangamon 


Mount Vernon 


Jefferson 


Lockhart 


Macon 


Melrose 


Clark 


Moweaqua 


Shelby 


Lockport 


Will 


Mendon 


Adams 


Mud Creek 


St. Clair 


Locust Grove 


Williamson 


Mendota 


La Salle 


Mulberry Grove 


Bond 


Lodi Station 


Kane 


Mercia 


Eock Island 


Mule Creek 


Cumberland 


Logan 


Edgar 


Meriden 


La Salle 


Murphysborough 


Jackson 


Logansport 


Hamilton 


Metamora 


Woodford 


Murrysville 


Morgan 


London City 


Fayette 


Metropolis City 


Massac 


Munson 


Henry 


Lone Tree 


Bureau 


Middle Creek 


Hancock 


MyersviUe 


Vermillion 


Long Grove 


Lake 


Middle Fork 


Fulton 


Nachusa 


Lee 


Long Point 


Livingston 
Wayne 


Middle Grove 


Fulton 


Nakomis 


Montgomery 


Long Prairie 


Middleport 


Iroquois 


Naperville 


"Kt 


Looking Glass 


Clinton 


Middletowa 


Logan 


Naples 


Loran 


Stephenson 


Midway 


Fulton 


Nashville 


Washington 


Louisville 


Clay 


Mier 


Wabash 


Nasusay 


Kendall 


Lovington 


Moultrie 


Miles' Station 


Macoupin 


Nauvoo 


f Hancock 


Lovilla 


Hamilton 


Millford 


Iroquois 


Neapolis 


Shelby 


Lowell 


La Salle 


Millburn 


Lake 


Nebo 


Pike 


Low Point 


Woodford 


Milledgeville 


Carroll 


Neeleyville 


Morgan 


Luda 


Ogle 


Millersburg 


Mercer 


Negro Lick 


Greene 


Lusk 


Pope 


Mill Grove 


Stephenson 


Nelson 


Lee 


Lynchburg 


Jefferson 


Mills' Prairie 


Edwards 


Neoga 


Cumberland 


Lyndon 


Whitesides 


Millstadt 


St. Clair 


Neponset 


Bureau 


Lynnville 


Morgan 


MiUville 


Jo Daviess 


New Ark 


Kendall 


Lyonsville 


Cook 


Milo 


Bureau 


New Baltimore 


Wayne 


Lythesville 


McLean 


Milroy 


Knox 


New Bedford 


Bureau 


McConnell's Grove 


Stephenson 


Milton 


Pike 


Newbern 


Jersey 


McGary 


H;incock 


Milton Station 


Coles 


New Boston 


Mercer 


McHenry 


McHenry 


Mineral 


Bureau 


New Bremen 


Cook 


Mackinaw 


Tazewell 


Minersville 


Henry 


New Clyde 


Whitesides 


McLean 


McLean 


Mill Shoals 


White 


New Columbia 


Massac 


MeLeansboro' 


Hamilton 


Minonk 


Woodford 


Newcomb 


Champaign 


Macomb 


McDonough 


Minooka 


Grundy 


New Erin 


Stephenson 


Madison 


Madison 


Mitchelsville 


Saline 


New Franklin 


Wayne 


Magnolia 


Putnam 


Miichie 


Monroe 


New Genesee 


Whitesides 


Mahomet 


Champaign 


Mode 


Shelby 


New Hartford 


Pike 


Maine 


Cook 


Mokena 


Will 


New Haven 


Gallatin 


Mainville 


" Cook 


Moline 


Rock Island 


New Hebron 


Crawford 


Majority Point 


Cumberland 


Momence 


Kankakee 


New Hope 


Wabash 


Maiden 


Bureau 


Monee 


Will 


New Jordan 


Whitesides 


Malina 


De Krtlb 


Monmouth 


Warren 


New Lancaster 


Warren 


Malta 


De Kalb 


Monroe 


Mercer 


New Lebanon 


De Kalb 


Malusin Grove 


Lee 


Monroe Center 


Ogle 


New Liberty 


Pope 


Manchester 


Scott 


Monroe City 


Monroe 


New Market 


Gallatin 



176 



LIST OF POST OFFICES — ILLINOIS. 



Post Office. 
New Massillon 
New Maysville 
New Michigan 
New Middleton 
New Milford 
New Philadelphia 
New Plato 
Newport 
New Providence 
New Rutland 
News 

New Salem 
Newton 
New Virgil 
Ney 
Niantic 

Night's Prairie 
Niles 

Niles Center 
Nilwood 
Noble 
Nora 
Nortbfield 
North Fork 
North Hampton 
North Henderson 
North Kingston 
North Plato 
North Prairie 
Northville 
Norway 
Noyesville 
Oak 

Oakland 
Oakley 
Oak Ridge 
Oakula 
Oblong 
Oceola 

Oconee Station 
Ocoya 
Odell 
Odin 

O'Fallon Depot 
Ogle Station 
Ohio 

Ohio Grove 
Okaw 
Old Farm 
Old Ripley 
Olena 
Olive 
Olney 
Omega 
Omph Ghent 
oar go 
Oneco 
Ono 
Oneida 
Ontario 
Ophir 
Oquawka 
Orange Prairie 
Orangeville 
Oregon 
Orion 
Orland 
Orleans 
Osage 
Osborn 
Ostend 
Oswego 
Ottawa 
Otto 
Otsego 



County, 

Wayne 

Pike 

Livingston 

Marion 

Winnebago 

McDonough 

Kane 

Lake 

Greene 

La Salle 

Calhoun 

Pike 

Jasper 

Kane 

De Kalb 

Macon 

Hamilton 

Cook 

Cook 

Macoupin 

Richland 

Jo Daviess 

Cook 

Vermillion 

Peoria 

Warren 

De Kalb 

Kane 

Knox 

La Salle 

La Salle 

Cook 

Pope 

Coles 

Macon 

Menard 

Iroquois 

Crawford 

Stark 

Shelby 

Livingston 

Livingston 

Marion 

St. Clair 

Lee 

Bureau 

De Kalb 

Washington 

Lawrence 

Bond 

Henderson 

Lawrence 

Richland 

Marion 

Madison 

Iroquois 

Stephenson 

Adams 

Knox 

Knox 

La Salle 

Henderson 

Peoria 

Stephenson 

Ogle 

Henry 

Cook 

Morgan 

Franklin 

Washington 

McHeury 

Kendall 

La Salle 

Fulton 

Lake 



Post Office. 


County, 


Otter Creek 


Jersey 


Owaneoo 


Christian 


Oxbow 


Putnam 


Oxford 


Henry 


Paddock's Grove 


Madison 


Padua 


McLean 


Paine's Point 


Ogle 


Palatine 


Cook 


Palestine 


Crawford 


Palo Alto 


Hamilton 


Paloma 


Adams 


Palos 


Cook 


Palmyra 


Macoupin 


Pana 


Christian 


Panola Station 


Woodford 


Paradise 


Coles 


Paris 


Edgar 


Parker 


Clark 


Parkersburg 


Richland 


Park's Corners 


Boone 


Parrish 


Franklin 


Patoka 


Marion 


Pavillion 


Kendall 


Pawnee 


Sangamon 


Paw Paw Grove 


Lee 


Parton 


Ford 


Paysou 


Adams 


Pearl 


Pike 


Peatone 


Will 


Pecatonica 


Winnebago 


Pekin 


Tazewell 


Pellonia 


Massac 


Pennsylvania 


Rock Island 


Peoria 


Peoria 


Perry 


Pike 


Peru 


La Salle 


Peru Station 


Champaign 


Pesotum 


Champaign 


Petersburg 


Menard 


Petty's 


Lawrence 


Pytons 


Adams 


Phillipstowa 


White 


Philo 


Champaign 


Piasa 


Macoupin 


Pickwick 


Jasper 


Pierce 


Will 


Pierceville 


De Kalb 


PJLeon Creek 


Pike 


Pilot 


Vermillion 


Pilot Grove 


Hancock 


Pinckneyville 


Perry 


Pingree Grove 


Kane 


Pink Prairie 


Heniy 


Pin Oak 


Wayne 


Pioneer 


Greene 


Pitman 


Adams 


Pittsfield 


Pike 


Plainfield 


Will 


Plain View 


Macoupin 


Piano 


Kendall 


Plato 


Iroquois 


Plattville 


Kendall 


Pleasant Grove 


Wayne 


Pleasant Green 


Stark 


Pleasant Hill 


Pike 


Pleasant Plains 


Sangamon 


Pleasant Ridge 


Rock Island 


Pleasant Vale 


Pike 


Pleasant Valley 


Jo Daviess 


Pleasant View 


Schuyler 


Plum Hill 


Washington 


Plum River 


Jo Daviess 


Plymouth 


Hancock 


Pocahontas 


Bond 


Point Pleasant 


Champaign 



Post Office. 
Polo 

Pol's Grove 
Pontiac 
Pontoosac 
Pope Creek 

Poplar Grove 

Port Byron 

Port Clinton 
j Portland 
I Prairie 

Prairie Bird 

Prairie City 
, Prairie Creek 
; Prairie du Rocher 
I Prairiefield 
' Prairie Hill 
! Prairie Mound 
; Prairie Pond 
j Pre-emption 
j Prentice 

Preston 
! Princeton 
j Piinceville 
! Prophetstown 
I Providence 

Proviso 

Pulaski 
' Quincy 
I Racoon 
I Raleigh 
I Ramsey 

Randolph's Grove 

Rantoul Station 

Rapids City 

Raritan 

Rattlesnake 

Reading 

Rectorville 
I Red Bank 
I Red Bud 
I Reed 

Renault 

Reynoldsburg 

Richfield 

Richland 

Richland Grove 

Richmond 

Rich view 

Ridge Farm 

Ridgefield 

Ridgely 

Riley 

Ringgold 

Ringwood 

Rinosa 

Ripley 

Risdon 

Rivola 

Rising Sun . 

Roanoke 

Robin's Nest 

Robinson 

Robinson's Mills 

Rochester 

Rochester Mills 

Rock 

Rockbridge 

Rock Creek 

Rockford 

Rock Grove 

Rock Island 

Rockland 

Rockport 

Rock Run 

Rockton 



County. 

Ogle 

Carroll 

Livingston 

Hancock 

Mercer 

Boone 

Rock Island 

Lake 

Whitesides 

Mason » 

Shelby I 

McDonough 

Logan 

Randolph 

Rock Island 

Williamson 

Fayette 

De Kalb 

Mercer 

Morgan 

Randolph 

Bureau 

Peoria 

Whitesides 

Bureau 

Cook 

Hancock 

Adams 

Marion 

Saline 

Fayette 

McLean 

Champaign 

Rock Island 

Henderson 

White 

Livingston 

Hamilton 

Saline 

Randolph 

Sangamon ' 

Monroe 

Johnson 

Adams 

Sangamon 

Mercer 

McHenry 

Washington 

Vermillion 

McHenry 

Madison 

McHenry 

Cook 

McHenry 

Iroquois 

Brown 

St. Clair 

Mercer 

Macoupin 

Woodford 

Peoria 

Crawford 

Menard 



Wabash 

Pope 

Greene 

Carroll 

Winnebago 

Stephenson 

Rock Island 

Lake 

Pike 

Stephenson 

Winnebago 



LIST OF POST OFFICES — ILLINOIS. 



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Post Office. 


County. 


Eockville 


Kankakee 


Roland 


White 


Rome 


Jefferson 


Rome Farms 


Peoria 


Rook's Creek 


Livingston 


Roscoe 


Winnebago 


Rosefield 


Peoria 


Rose Hill 


Jasper 


Rosemond 


Christian 


Rosen cranz 


Lake 


R>eville 


Wanen 


Rosiclare 


Haruin 


Ross Grove 


De Kalb 


Rossville 


Vermillion 


Rough and Ready 


Hancock 


Round Grove 


Whitesides 


Rozetta 


Henderson 


Ruma 


Randolph 


Rural 


Rock Island 


Rural Retreat 


Coles 


Rush 


Jo Daviess 


Rushville 


Schuyler 


Russellville 


Lawrence 


RuthsviUe 


Montgomery 


Rutland 


Kane 


Sacton 


Clark 


Sagone 


Dupage 


St. Albans 


Hancock 


St. Anne 


Kankakee 


St. Augustine 


Fulton 


St. Charles 


Kane 


St. Francisville 


Lawrence 


St. Jacob 


Madison 


St. .John 


Perry 


St. Jo.-^eph 


Champaign 


St. Marie 


Jasper 


St. Marys 


Hancock 


St. Omer 


Coles 


Salem 


Marion 


Saline Mines 


Gallatin 


Salisbury 


Sangamon 


Salt Creek 


Effingham 


Sandoval 


M.irion 


Sandwich 


De Kalb 


Sandy Ridge 


Grundy 


San/ainon 


Macon 


San Jose 


Macon 


Santa Anna 


De Witt 


Santa Fe 


Alexander 


Sarahsville 


■Willismson 


Saratoga 


Marshall 


Savanna 


Carroll 


Saxon 


Henry 


Scales Mound 


Jo Daviess 


Scott • 


La Salle 


Scottville 


Macoupin 


Secor 


Woodford 


Shelby Station 


Bureau 


Selma 


McLean 


Senex 


McLean 


Serena 


La Salle 


Seward 


Kendall 


Shabbona's Grove 


De Kalb 


Bhabonier 


Fayette 


Shadsville 


White 


Sharon 


Henry 


Shauraburg 


Cook 


Shawneetown 


-Gallatin 


Shaw's Point 


Macoupin 


Sheffield 


Bureau 


Shelbyville 


Shelby 


Sheldon's Grove 


Schuyler 


Sherburnville 


Kankakee 


ghorman 


Sangamon 


gbiloh 


St. Clair 



Post Office. 


County. 


Post Office. 


County. 


Shiloh Hill 


Randolph 
Macoupin 


Sylvan Dale 


Hancock 


Shipman 


Table Grove 


Fuiton 


Shirland 


Winnebago 


Tallula 


Menard 


Shirley 


McLean 


Taraaroa 


Perry 
Will 


Shoal Creek Station Clinton 


Tamarack 


Shokokon 


Henderson 


Tamar 


Ogle 


Sir >p Creek 


Montgomery 


Taylor 


Ogle 


Shnrb 


Jasper 


Tajlorsville 


Christian 


Sidney 


Champaign 


Tennessee 


McDonough 


Si loam 


Wabash 


Tentopolis 


Effingham 


Sinclair 


Morgan 


Terre Haute 


Henderson 


Slack Water 


Stark 


Thebes 


Alexander 


Sraithton 


St. Clair 


Thompson's Mills 


Jo Daviess 


Smallpox 


Jo Daviess 


Thornton 


Cook 


Smithville 


Peoria 


Thornton Station 


Cook 


Snackwine 


Putnam 


Timber 


Peoria 


Sodorus 


Champaign 


Time 


Pike 


Solon Mills 


McHenry 


Tiskilwa 


Bureau 


Somerset 


Saline 


Tolono 


Champaign 


Somonauk 


De Kalb 


Toluca 


Madison 


South America 


Saline 


Tonica 


La Salle 


Southampton 


Peoria 


Toulon 


Stark 


South Bend 


Winnebago 


To wan da 


McLean 


South Grove 


De Kalb 


Tower Hill 


Shelby 


South Hampton 


Gallatin 


Town Mount 


Franklin 


South Macon 


Macon 


Tiacy 


Will 


South Noithfield 


Cook 


Tremont 


Tazewell 


South Pass 


Union 


Trentou 


Clinton 


South Port 


Peoria 


Trivoli 


Peoria 


Spark's Hill 


Hardin 


Triumph 


La Salle 


Spar land 


Marshall 


Troy 


Madison 


Sparta 


Randolph 


Troy Grove 


La Salle 


Spencer 


Will 


Troy Mills 


Fulton 


Specie Grove 


Kendall 


Trumbull 


Macoupin 


Spring Bay 


Woodford 


Truro 


Knox 


Springfield 


Sangamon 


Truxton 


Bureau 


Spring Garden 


Jefferson 


Turner 


Dupage 


Spring Grove 


Warren 


Tuscola 


Douglas 


Spring Hill 


Whitesides 


Tyier 


Winnebago 


Spring Lake 


Tazewell 


Udina 


Kane 


Spring Valley 


Carroll 


miin 


Pulaski 


Springville 


Coles 


Ulra 


Adams 


Squaw Grove 


DeKalb 


Undulation 


Pulaski 


Staunton 


Macoupin 


Union 


McHenry 


Steam Mill 


Schuyler 


Union Grove 


Whitesides 


Steele's Mills 


Randolph 


Union,Point 


Union 


Sterling 


Whitesides 


Uniontown 


Knox 


Steuben 


Marshall 


Unity 


Alexander 


Stiflesville 


Crawford 


Upper Alton 


Madison 


Stirrup Grove 


Macoupin 


Urbana 


Champaign 


Stockton 


Jo Daviess 


Ursa 


Adams 


Stone Port 


Saline 


Utah 


Warren 


Stone's Prairie 


Adams 


Utica 


La Salle 


Stonington 


Christian 


Valley 


Stark 


Strasburg 


Cook 


Valley Forge 


Pulaski 


Stout's Grove 


McLean 


Van Buren 


De Kalb 


Stringtown 


Richland 


Vaucil's Point 


Macoupin 


Sublette 


Lee 


Vaudalia 


Fayette 


Sugar Grove 


Kane 


Vedder 


Calhoun 


Sullivan 


Moultrie 


Venice 


Madison 


Sulphur Springs 


Williamson 


Vergennes 


Jackson 


Summerfield 


St. Clair 


Vermillion 


Edgar 


Slimmer Hill 


Pike 


Vermillionvllle 


La Salle 


Summerville 


Peoria 


Vermont 


Fulton 


Summit 


Cook 


Versailles 


Brown 


Summit Hill 


Whitesides 


Victoria 


Knox 


Summum 


Fultjn 


Vienna 


Johnson 


Sumner 


Lawrence 


Viola 


Mercer 


Sunbeam 


Mercer 


Virden 


Macoupin 


Sunbury 


Livingston 


Virgil 


Fulton 


Sutton's Point 


Clay 


Virginia 


Cass 


Swan Creek 


Warren 


VVaba.sli 


Wayne 


Sweet Water 


Menard 


Wakefield 


Richland 


Sycamore 


De Kalb 


Walbridge 


Pulaski 


Sylva 


Schuyler 


Wales 


Ogle 



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LIST 


OF POST OFFICES — MISSOURI. 




Post Office. 


County. 


Post Office. 


County. 


Post Office. 


County. 


Walker 


Hancock 


Westfleli 


Clark 


Winslow 


Stephenson 


Walker's Grove 


Mason 


West Hall 


Warren 


Winthrop 


Kane 


Walker's Neck 


Brown 


West Hebron 


Mc Henry 


Wittemburg 


Clinton 


Wallingford 


Will 


West Jersey 


Stark 


Woburn 


Bond 


Walnut 


Bureau 


West Northfield 


Cook 


Woodbura 


Macoupin 


Walnut Grove 


Knox 


West Point 


Hancock 


Woodbury 
Woodford 


Cumberland 


Walnut Hill 


Marion 


West Salem 


Edwards 


Woodford 


Walshville 


Montgomery 


West Wheeling 


Cook 


WoodhuU 


Henry 


Wanda 


Madison 


Wetaug 


Pulaski 


Woodside 


Sangamon 


Wapella 
Warren 


De Witt 


Wethersfield 


Henry 


Woodstock 


Mc Henry 


Jo Daviess 


Wetweather 


Japper 


Woodville 


Adams 


Warrensville 


Dupage 


Wheatland 


Will 


Wool 


Pope 


Warrentoa 


Lake 


Wheaton 


""r^i 


Woosung 


Ogle 


Warsaw 


Hancock 


Wheeling 


Worthingtou 


Jackson 


Washbura 


Marshall 


Whitefield 


Marshall 


Wyant 


Bureau 


Washingtoa 


Tazewell 


White Hall 


Greene 


Wyoming 


Stark 


Wataga 


Knox 


White Oak 


Montgomery 


Wythe 


Hancock 


Waterloo 


Monroe 


White Kock 


Ogle 


Xenia 


Clay 


Watertown 


Eock Island 


White Willow 


Kendall 


Yale 


Jasper 


Watson 


Sangamon 


Whitley's Point 


Moultrie 


Yates City 


Knox 


Wauconda 


Lake 


Wilkesborough 


McLean 


Yellow Creek 


Stephenson 


Waukegan 


Lake 


Williamsville 


Saugamon 


Yellow Head Grove Kankakee 


Waverly 


Morgan 


Willow 


Jo Daviess 


York 


Clark 


Wayland 


Schuyler 


Willow Creek 


Lee 


York Center 


Dupage 


Wayne 


Dupage 


Willow Hill 


Jasper 


Yorktown 


Bureau 


Wayne Center 


Dupage 
De Witt 


Wilmington 


Will 


Young 


McDonough 


Waynesville 


Wilson 


Macon 


Young America 


Warren 


Webb's Prairie 


Franklin 


Wilsonburg 


Eichland 


Zabriskie 


De Witt 


Webster 


Hancock 


Winchester 


Scott 


Zinesville 


Montgomery 


Weller 


Henry 


Windsor 


Shelby 


Zif 


Wayne 


Wenona Station 


Marshall 


VVinfield 


Dupage 


Zion 


Morgan 


Went worth 


Lake 


Winnebago Depot 


Winnebago 


Wesley City 


Tazewell 


Wianetka 


Cook 


Zion Hill 


Pope 



LIST OF POST OFFICES 



STATE OF MISSOUKI 



Post Office. 
Acorn Ridge 
Acasto 
Akron 
Alamode 
Alba 
Albany 

Alanthus Grove 
Alemath 

Alexander's Mills 
Alexandria 
Allen 
Allendale 
AUenton 
Alma 
Almeda 
Alpba 
Altenbnrg 
Alton C. H. 
Amazonia 

Appletoa Cape 

Arator 
Arbela 
Argo 



County. 

Stoddard 

Clarke 

Harrisou 

Reynolds 

Jasper 

Gentry 

Gentry 

Ozark 

Benton 

Clarke 

Randolph 

Gentry 

St. Louis 

Wright 

Newton 

Grundy 

Perry 

Oregon 

Andrew 

Girardenu 

Pettis 

Scotland 

Crawford 



Post OfficQ. 


County, 


Post Office. 


Arno 


Taney 


Barret's Station 


Arrow Rock 


Saline 


Barry 


Asbburn 


Pike 


Basin Kncb 


Ash Grove 


Greene 


Baufif 


Ashland 


Boone 


Bay 


Ashley 


Pike 


Bear Creek 


Ashton 


Clarke 


Bear Creek Station 


Astoria 


Wright 


Beaufort 


Athens 


Clarke 


Beaver Spring 


Atlanta 


Harrison 


Bedford 


Auburn 


Lincoln 


Beece 


Augusta 


St. Charles 


Bee Hive 


Austin 


Cass 


Bee Ridge 


Avery 


Crawford 


Belew's Creek 


AviUa 


Jasper 


Bell Air 


Avoca 


Jefferson 


Bellemonte 


Avon 


St. Genevieve 


Bellingsville 


Ayessville 


Putu.im 


Belle View 


Baden 


St. Louis 


Benton 


Bailey's Creek 


Osage 


Bern 


Bairdstown 


Sullivan 


Berger 


Baker's Grove 


Barton 


Berming 


Barnesville 


Clinton 


Bessville 



County, 

St. Louis 

Clay 

Johnson 

Taney 

Gasconade 

Cedar 

Marion 

Franklin 

McDonald 

Livingston 

Danklia 

Clinton 

Knox 

Jefferson 

Cooper 

St. Louis 

Cooper 

Iron 

Scott 

Gasconade 

Frankliu 

Buchanan 

Bollinger 



LIST OF POST OFFICES — MISSOURI. 



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Post Office, 
Bethany C. H. 
Bethel 
Bethpage 
Bible Grove 
Big Tavera' 
Big Cedar 
Big Creek 
Big River Mills 
Big Spriug 
Billupsville 
Birch Tree 
Bird's Point 
Bishop's Store 
Blackwell's Station 
Blair's Creek 
Bledsoe 
Bloomfleld 
Bloom Garden 
Blooming Rose 



County. 

Harrison 

Shelby 

McDonald 

Scotland 

Miller 

Jackson 

Johnson 

St. Francis 

Montgomery 

Scotland 

Oiegon 

Mississippi 

Benton 

St. Francis 

Shannon 

Hickory 

Stoddard 

Mavies 

Texas 



Post Office. 
Callao 
Calvy 
Cambridge 
Camden 
Camden Point 
Cameron 
Campbelton 
Canaan 
Cane Creek 
Cane Hill 
Canton 
Cap Au Grig 



County. 

Macon 

Franklin 

Saline 

Ray 

Platte 

Clinton 

Franklin 

Gasconade 

Butler 

Cedar 

Lewis 

Lincoln 



Cape Girardeau Cape Girardeau 

Capp's Creek Newton 

Carbon Macon 

Carlisle Texas 

Carondelet St. Louis 

Carpenter's Store Clinton 

Carrollton Carroll 



Bloomingtoa 


Macon 


Carthage 


Jasper 


Blue Ridge 


Harrison 


Caruthersville 


Pemiscot 


Bluff' 


Texas 


Castle Rock 


Osage 


Blue Spring 


Jackson 


CassviUe 


Barry 


Blytheville 


Jasper 


Castor 


Bollinger 


Breuf Creek 


Franklin 


Casto Valley 


Texas 


Bolivar 


Polk 


Catawissa 


Franklin 


Bolton 


Harrison 


Cause Prairie 


Cass 


Boneta 


Clarke 


Cave Pump 


Camden 


Bonhomme 


St. Louis 


Cave Spring 


Wright 


Bounot'a 


Osage 


Cedar Bluff- 


Texas 


Boone 


Franklin 


Cedar Creek 


Newton 


Boone's Lick 


Howard 


Cedar Fork 


Franklin 


Booneville 


Cooper 


Central 


St. Louis 


Bottsville 


Linn 


Centralia 


Boone 


Bourbon 


Crawford 


Center 


Texas 


Bowdark 


Greene 


Center Grove 


Atchison 


Bower's Mills 


Lawrence 


Centerville 


Reynolds 


Bowling Green 


Pike 


Chalk Level 


St. Clair 


Boydsville 


Callaway 


Chambersburg 


Clarke 


Boyer 


Washington 


Chamois 


Osage 


Boyler's Mill 


Beuton 


Chaney 


Dade 


Brandt's Rock Springs Warren 


Chantilly 


Lincoln 


Braunansburg 


Butler 


Chapel 


Howell 


Brazito 


Cole 


Chapel Hill 


Lafayette 


Breckenridge 


Caldwell 


Chariton Mills 


Putnam 


Bridgeport 


Cooper 


Charleston 


Mississippi 


Bridgeton 


St. Louis 


Cheltenham 


St. Louis 


Brighton 


Polk 


Cherry 


Camden 


Bristol 


Webster 


Cherry Box 


Shelby 


Brookfield 


Linn 


Cherry Grove 


Schuyler 


Brookville 


Marion 


Chesapeake 


Lawrence 


Brown 


Cedar 


Chesnut Ridge St. Genevieve 


Brownsville 


Saline 


Chilhowee 


Johnson 


Bruuot 


Wayne 


Chillicothe 


Living.ston 


Brunswick 


Chariton 


Clarence 


Shelby 


Brush Creek 


Laclede 


Clarksburg 


Moniteau 


Bryan 


Saline 


Clark's Fork 


Cooper 


Buchanan 


Bollinger 


Clarksville 


Pike 


Bucklin 


Linn 


Clay Hill 


Barry 


Buck Snort 


Christian 


Claysville 


Boone 


Buffalo 


Dallas 


Cleaves ville 


Gasconade 


Bull Mills 


Taney 


Clifty Dale 


Mavies 


Bunker Hill 


Lewis 


Clinton 


Henry 


Burbois 


Franklin 


Cloverdale 


Benton 


Butler C. H. 


Bates 


Coal Bank 


Cooper 


Buttsville 


Grundy 


Coal Hill 


Boone 


Bynumville 


Chariton 


Cogswell's Landing 


Jackson 


Byron 


Mavies 


Cold Neck 


Cooper 


Cadet 


Washington 


Cold Springs 


Moniteau 


Cahoka 


Clarke 


Cold Water 


Wayne 


Gainesville 


Harrison 


Cole Camp 


. Benton 


Cairo 


Randolph 


College Mound 


Macon 


Caledonia 


Washington 


Colony 


Knox 


Calhoun 


Henry 


Columbia 


Boone 


CalLfoinia 


Moniteau 


Columbus 


Johnson 



Post Office. 


County. 


Commerce 


Scott 


Competition 


Laclede 


Concord 


Callaway 


Conner's Mills 


Cooper 


Cooke's Store 


Lafayette 


Coon Creek 


Jasper 


Cooper's Hill 


Osage 


Coplinger's Mills 


Cedar 


Copper Spring 


Douglass 


(. ornelia 


Johnson 


Cornersville 


Hickory 


Cote Sans Dessien 


Callaway 


Cottleville 


St. Charles 


Cottonwood Point 


Pemiscot 


Cove Creek 


Bates 


Cow Creek 


Saline 


Cow Skin 


Douglass 


Crab Orchard 


Ray 


Crab Tree 


Greene 


Crawford Seminary 


Quawpaw 


Creve Coeur 


St. Louis 


Crittenden 


Daviess 


Crescent Hill 


Bates 


Cross Plains 


Dallas 


Cro.^s Roads 


St. Francis 


Cross Timbers 


Hickory 


Cuba 


Crawford 


Cuivre 


Lincoln 


Curran 


Stone 


Cypress 


Scott 


Dadesville 


Dade 


Dallas 


Greene 


Danville 


Montgomery 


Darksville 


Randolph 


Dawn 


Livingston 


Dayton 


Cass 


Debruin 


Pulaski 


Decaturville 


Camden 


Deep Water 


Henry 


Deerfield 


Vernon 


Deer Ridge 


Lewis 


De Kalb 


Buchanan 


Dent C. H. 


Dent 


Dent Station 


St. Francis 


De Soto 


Barton 


Des Peres 


St. Louis 


De Witt 


Carroll 


Diamond Grove 


Jasper 


Dido 


Livingston 


Dillon 


Crawford 


Dogwood Grove 


Morgan 


Doniphan C. H. 


Ripley 


Douglass 


Gentry 


Dover 


Lafayette 


Dresden 


Pettis 


Dry Creek 


Crawford 


Dry Fork 


Jasper 


Dry Glaze 


Laclede 


Dry Spring 
Dry Wood 


Ripley 


Vernon 


Dundas 


Buchanan 


Dundee 


Franklin 


Dunkle's Store 


Lawrence 


Dunksburg 


Pettis 


Duroo 


Benton 


Durgan's Creek 


Lewis 


Eagle 


Harrison 


Easton 


Buchanan 


Economy 


Macon 


Edina 


Knox 


Edinburg 


Grundy 


Bge Hill 


Reynolds 


Elba 


Christian 


El Dorado 


Clarke 


Elk Creek 


Texas 



180 



LIST OF POST OFFICES — MISSOURI. 



JPost Office, 


County. 


Post Office. 


County. 


Post Office. 


County. 


Elk Fork 


Bates 


Glencoe 


St, Louis 


Hill's Landing 


Carroll 


Elk Grove 


Ijafayette 


Globe 


Johnson 


Hogle's Creek 


St. Clair 


Elk Mills 


McDonald 


Golden Grove 


Barton 


Holden 


Johnson 


Elk Spring 


Chariton 


Gooch's Mill 


Cooper 


Holstein 


Warren 


Elkton 


Hickory 


Goodland 


Knox 


Honey Creek 


McDonald 


Ellisville 


St. Louis 


Goodwin Mills 


Ralls 


Hopewell 


Mississippi 


Ellsworth 


Texas 


Graham 


Noddaway 


Hopewell Furnace 


Washington 


El Paso 


Atchison 


Gran by 


Newton 


Houston C. H. 


Texas 


Elm Grove 


Crawford 


Grand Falls 


Newton 


Howard Corner 


Grundy 


Elm Spring 


Newton 


Grant's Hill 


Gentry 


Howard's Mills 


St. Clair 


Elmwond 


Saline 


Granville 


Monroe 


Howe's Mill 


Dent 


ELston Station 


Cole 


Grassy Creek 


Livingston 


Hugginsnlle 


Gentry 


Emerson 


Marion 


Gravel Road Cape Girardeau 


Huminsville 


Polk 


Eminence C. H. 


Shannon 


Graves' Mills 


Morgan 


Humboldt 


Pulaski 


Empire Prairie 


Andrew 


Grey's Summit 


Franklin 


Hunnewell 


Shelby 


Enterprise 


McDonald 


Greene 


Bollinger 


Huntingdale 


Henry 


Erie 


McDonald 


Green Castle 


Sullivan 


Huntsviile 


Eandoloh 


Etna 


Scotland 


Green Dale 


Camden 


Hutton Valley 


Howell 


Everett 


Ca^s 


(Greenfield 


Dade 


Hydesburg 


Rills 


Eureka 


St. Louis 


Green Hill 


Montgomery 


latan 


Platte 


Fair Grove 


Greene 


Greenland 


Boone 


Iberia 


Miller 


Fairmont 


Clarke 


Green Ridge 


Pettis 


Independence 


Jackson 


Pair Play 


Polk 


Greensburg 


Knox 


Indim Creek 


Monroe 


Fair Poiot 


Cooper 


Greenton 


Lafayette 


Indian Ford 


Stoddard 


Fair View 


Pettis 


Green Top 


Schuyler 


Irish Grove 


Atchison 


Falling Spring 


Douglass 


Greenville 


Wayne 


Ir&ndale 


Washington 


Farley 


Platte 


Greenwood Valley 


Wayne 


Iron Hill 


Franklin 


Farm Dale 


Moniteau 


(irubville 


Franklin 


Iron Mountain 


St. Francis 


Farmiagton 


St. Francis 


Guilford 


Noddaway 


Ironton C. H. 


Iron 


Farrar's Mill 


Madison 


Hater's Grove 


Shelby 


Isabella 


Ozark 


Fayette 


Howard 


HainesviUe 


Clinton 


Island City 


Gentry 


Fayetteville 


Johnson 


Halfway 


Polk 


Jackson Cape Girardeau 


Femme Osage 


St. Charles 


Hall 


Lawrence 


Jackson's Corners 


Sullivan 


Fentoa 


St. Louis 


Hallsa's Ferry 


Noddaway 


Jacksonville 


Randolph 


Fidelity 


Jasper 


Hallsville 


Boone 


Jake's Creek 


Texas 


Fillmore 


Andrew 


Hamburg 


St. Charles 


Jake's Prairie 


Gasconiide 


Finley 


Webster 


Hamilton 


Caldwell 


James' Bayou 


Mississippi 


Finney's Creek 


Saline 


Hampton 


Platte 


Jamesport 


Daviess 


Flat Creek 


Barry 


Handy 


riarry 


Jamestown 


Moniteau 


Flat Woods 


Phelps 


Hannibal 


Marion 


Japan 


Franklin 


Flint Hill 


St. Charles 


Hardin 


Bay 


Jasper 


Jasper 


Florence 


Morgan 


Harmony 


Washington 


Jeff"erson Barracks 


St. Louis 


Florida 


Monroe 


Harrison's Mills 


Crawford 


Jefferson City 


Cole 


Florisant 


St. Louis 


Harrisonville 


Cass 


Jefferson Mills 


Jefferson 


Floyd's Creek 


Adair 


Hartford 


Putnam 


Jeftriesburg 


Franklin 


Forest City 


Holt 


Hartville 


Wright 


Jericho 


Laclede 


Forest Grove 


Mississippi 


Hawk Point 


Lincoln 


Jobe 


Oregon 


Forest Home 


Lawrence 


Hazel Barrens 


Barry 


John's Branch 


Audraiu 


Forkner's Hill 


Laclede 


Hazel Bottom 


Barry 


.Johnstown 


Bates 


Forsyth 


Taney 


Haz- 1 Green 


Laclede 


Joka 


Jasper 


Fort Henry 


Randolph 


Hazel Grove 


Saline 


Jonesboro' 


Saline 


Fourche a Eeuault 


Washington 


Hazel Run Mills 


St. Francis 


Jones' Point 


Holt 


Four Mile 


Dunklin 


Hazelwood 


Wright 


Jones' Tanyard 


Callaway 


Fox Creek 


St. Louis 


Havana 


Gentry 


Jonesville 


Cass 


Frankford 


Pike 


Hematite 


Jefferson 


Kansas 


Jackson 


Franklin 


Howard 


Henderson 


Greene 


Kaslin 


Iron 


Fredericksburg 


Osage 


Henpeck 


Shannon 


Kelso 


Scott 


Fredericktown 


Madison 


Hermann 


Gasconade 


Kendall 


Clay 


Freedom 


Lafayette 


Hermitage 


Hickory 


Kennett C. H. 


Dunkirk 


French Point 


Jasper 


Herron 


Camden 


Kent 


Newton 


French Village 


St. Francis 


Hester 


Marion 


Kenton 


Chri-tian 


Fulton 


Callaway 


Hibernia 


Callaway 


Keytesville 


Chariton 


Gadfly 


Barry 


Hickory Barren 


Greene 


Kidder 


Caldwell 


Gainesville C. H. 


Ozark 


Hickory Creek 


Audrain 


Kiddville 


Sullivan 


Galena 


Stone 


Hickorv Hill 


Cole 


Kimmicks 


Jefferson 


Gallatin 


Daviess 


Hickorv Port 


Grundy 


King's Point 


Dade 


Gasconade Ferry 


Gasconade 


Hickory Ridge Cape Girardeau | 


Kingston 


Caldwell 


Gates 


McDonald 


Hickory Spring 


Texas 


Kingsville 


Johnson 


Gatewood 


Ripley 


High Blue 


Cass 


Kirksville 


Adair 


Gath 


Jefi'eison 


High Hill 


Montgomery 


Kirkwood 


St. Louis 


Gay 


Daviess 


Hish Point 


Cole 


Knob Noster 


Johnson 


Gayoso 


Pemiscot 


High Ridge 


Jefferson 


Knob View 


Crawford 


Gentry ville 


Gentry 


Hift 


Scotland 


Knoxville 


Ray 


Georgetown 


Pettis 


Hillsborough 


Jefferson 


Lab ad die 


Franklin 


Glasgow 


Howard 


Hillsboro' Station 


Jefferson 


La Belle 


Lewis 



LIST OF POST OFFICES — MISSOURI. 



181 



Post Office. 
Laclede 
Lacon 
La Grange 
Lakenaa 
Lake Spring 
L;ikeville 
I;amar 

Lamar's Station 
La Mine 
Lamonte 
Lancaster 
La Plata 
Lane's Prairie 
Laura 
Laurel Hill 
Layton Mills 
Load Creek 
Leasburg 
Lebanon 
Lees vi lie 
Lessley 
Lesterville 
Lexington 
Liberty 
Libertyville 
Lick Ureek 
Licking 
Linden 
Lindley 
Linn 

Linn Mills 
Linn Creek 
Liiinens 
Liston 

Little Beaver 
Little Block 
Littleby 
Little Niagara 
Little Osage 
Little Piney 
Little York 
Li^tsville 
LivingstoQ 
Locust Hill 
Locust Ridge 
LocMStville 
Logan's Creek 
Lone Grove 
Lone Jack 
Lone Oak 
Long Branch 
Long Hollow 
Tjonc;vvood 
Loomesville 
Loose Creek 
Lost Camp 
Lost Bianch 
Lut's Grove 
Liiuisiana 
L' uisbmg 
Loui-ville 
Loutre 

Loutie Island 
Liive 
Lowell 
Lowndes 
Low Wassie 
Lucas 
Lutzton 
McDowell 
Macon City 
Madison 
Madisoaville 
M;ihnQ'8 Creek 
Manchester 



County 

Linn 

Mavies 

Lewis 

Shelby 

Dent 

Stoddard 

Baiton 

Noddaway 

Cooper 

Pettis 

Schuyler 

Macon 

Osage 

Scotland 

Perry 

Taney 

Montgomery 

Crawford 

Laclede 

Henry 

Benton 

Reynolds 

Lafayette 

Clay 

St. Francis 

Ralls 

Texas 

Atchison 

Grundy 

Osaixe 

Jasper 

Camden 

Linn 

Lafayette 

Taney 

Eipley 

Audrain 

Camden 

Bates 

Pulaski 

Greene 

Noddaway 

Livincrston 

Knox 

St. Francis 

Putnam 

Reynolds 

Morgan 

Jackson 

Bates 

Monroe 

Lawrence 

Pettis 

McDonald 

Osage 

How. 11 

Lincoln 

Gentry 

Pike 

Dallas 

Lincoln 

Audrain 

Warren 

Macon 

Holt 

Wayne 

Oregon 

Henry 

Noddaway 

Barry 

Macon 

Monroe 

Ralls 

Shannoa 

St. Louis 



Post Office. 


County. 


Mandeville 


Carroll 


M>'nliu3 


Carroll 


Manton 


Daviess 


Maramac 


Crawford 


Marble Creek 


Iron 


Marion 


Cole 


Marshall 


Saline 


Maishtield 


Webster 


Marthaville 


Warren 


Martin 


Greene 


Martinsburg 


Ripley 


Martinstowa 


Putnam 


Marvel 


Bates 


Maryville 


Noddaway 


Mattebend 


Saline 


Maltese 


St. Louis 


Maysville C. H. 


De Kalb 


Medoc 


Jasper 


Medora 


Osage 


Melrose 


St. Louis 


Memphis 


Scotland 


Menden 


Lawrence 


Mercer 


Mercer 


Mexico 


Audrain 


Miami 


Saline 


Middle Brook 


Iron 


Middlebury 


Mercer 


Middle Fabies 


Scotland 


Middle Grove 


Monroe 


Middletowa 


Montgomery 


Midway 


Cooper 


Milan 


Sullivan 


Miles Point 


Carroll 


Mill Creek 


Ripley 


Millersburg 


Callawiiy 


Millport 


Knox 


Millville 


Ray 


Millwood 


Lincolc 


Milton 


Randolph 


Mine La Motte 


Madison 


Mineral Point 


Washington 


Aiinerva 


Morgan 


Mining 


Mo 'nan 


Mint Spring 


Wright 


Mirnbile 


Caldwell 


Missouri City 


Clay 


Miss- uriton 


St. Charles 


M.'dena 


Meicer 


Monagan 


St. Clair 


Monroe City 


Monroe 


Montauk 


Texas 


Montevallo 


Veri\on 


Monticello 


Lewis 


Mont!<omery City 


Montgomery 


Mooresville 


Livingston 


Morgan 


Arlair 


Moriiington 


Webster 


Morrison 


Gasconade 


Morse's Mill 


Jefferson 


Morristown 


Cass 


Moscow 


Greene 


Moss 


Lafayette 


Mount Helicon 


FrankliQ 


Mount Hope 


Lafayette 


Mount Sterling 


Gasconade 


Mount Vernon 


Lawrence 


Mount View 


Beaton 


Mule Creek 


Cedar 


Munger's Mills 


Shannon 


Muscle Mills 


Sullivan 


Myers 


Howard 


Napoleon City 


Laf.iyette 


Narrows 


Noddawiiy 


N lylor's Store 


St. Charles 


Nebo 


Pulaski 



Post Office. County. 

Neely's Landing Cape Girardeau 



Neelyville 


Ripley 


Nelsonville 


Marion 


Neosho 


Newton 


Nevada 


Vernon 


Newark 


Knox 


New Bloomfleld 


Callaway 


New Boston 


Macon 


New Bremen 


St. Genevieve 


New Castle 


Gentry 


New Florence 


Montgomery 


Sew Htrmony 


Pike 


New Haven 


Franklin 


New Hope 


Lincoln 


New London 


Ralls 


New Madrid 


New Madrid 


New Market 


Platte 


New Melle 


St. Charles 


New Offenburg 


St. Genevieve 


NewSai;taFe 


Jackson 


Newtonia 


Newton 


Newtown 


Putnam 


New Winchester 


Carroll 


Nineveh 


Adair 


Noell 


Iron 


Nobleton 


Newton 


Norma 


Webster 


Normandy 


St. Louis 


Norris' Fork 


Henry 


Northcutt 


Linn 


North Point 


Holt 


North Salem 


Linn 


North Star 


Atchison 


Novelty 


Knox 


Oakdale 


Shelby 


Oakfield 


Franklin 


Oak Grove 


Jackson 


Oak Hill 


Gasconade 


Oakland 


Laclede 


Oak Point 


Moniteau 


Oak Ridge 


Cape Girardeau 


Oakwood 


St. Chat les 


O'Pallon 


St. Charles 


Ogden 


New Madrid 


Ogle's Mills 


Andrew 


Olio 


Macon 


Old Alexandria 


Lincoln 


Old Mines 


Washington 


Omaha 


Putnam 


Oregon 


Holt 


Orleans 


Polk 


Orr 


Webster 


Osage 


Crawford 


Osage Bluff 


Cole 


Osage City 


Cole 


Osage Pork 


Laclede 


Osborn 


De Kalb 


Osceola 


St. Clair 


Otsego 


Ray 


Otter Creek 


Wayne 


Otterville 


Cooper 


Ovid 


Cass 


Owasco 


Sullivan 


Owensville 


Gasconade 


Oxford 


Worth 


Oyster 


Lewis 


Ozark 


Christian 


Pacific 


Franklin 


Pallas 


Greene 


Palmyra 


Mai ion 


Panama 


Pulaski 


Paineswick 


Mavies 


Panther Valley 


Webster 


Papinsville 


Bates 


Paris 


Monroe 



182 



LIST OF POST OFFICES — MISSOURI. 



Post Office, 
Parkville 
Pasco 
paton 
Patterson 
patten sburg 
Paulville 
Pay Down 
Paynesville 
Peakesville 
Pedee 
Pendleton 
Penoville 
Peoplea 



County. 
Platte 
Dallas 

Bollinger 
Wayne 
Daviess 
Adair 
Mavies 
Pike 
Clarke 

Schuyler 

Warren 

Sullivan 

Cape Girardeau 

Bates 

Perkin's Creek Bollinger 

Perryville Perry 

Petra Saline 

Pevely Jefierson 

Pheli)3 Lawrence 

Phihidelphia Marion 

Philaader Gentry 

Pierce Callaway 

Pigeon Creek Ralls 

Pike Creek Ripley 

Piketon Stoddard 

Pilot Grove Cooper 

Pilot Knob Iron 

Pinckney Warren 

Pine Bluff Pulaski 

Pine Hill Shannon 

Pineville McDonald 

Pink Hill Jackson 

Pin Oak Warren 

Pisgaii Cooper 

Pitts Warren 

Pittsburg Hickory 

Pittsville Johnson 

Plank Road St. Genevieve 

Platin Jefferson 

Plato Texas 

Platte City Platte 

Platte River Bnchanan 

Plattsburg Clinton 

Pleasant Farm Miller 

Pleasant Gap Bates 

Pleasant Green Cooi)er 

Pleasant Hill Cass 

Pleasant Home Putnam 

Pleasant Hope Polk 

Pleasant Mount Miller 

Pleasant Park Carroll 

Pleasant Retreat Scotland 

Pleasant Ridge Harrison 

Pleasant Valley Wright 

Pleasant View Ray 

Plum Creek Clinton 

Plum Valley Texas 

Pocahontas Cape Girardeau 
Point Pleasant New Madrid 
Poplar Bluff Butler 

Portage Dea Sioux St. Charles 
Port Hudson Franklin 

Portland Callaway 

Port Perry Perry 

Port Royal Jasper 

Post Oak Johnson 

Potosi Washington 

Pottersville Howell 

Prairie Bird Adair 

Prairie City Bates 

Prairie Creek Osage 

Prairie Fork Montgomery 

Prairie Home Johnson 

Prairieville Pike 



Post Office, County. 

Preston Jasper 

Price's Branch Montgomery 

Price's Landing Scott 

Princeton Mercer 

Prior's Mills Osage 

Prospect Grove Scotland 

Prospect Hill Ray 

Providence Boone 

Pryor's Store Taney 

Punjaub St. Genevieve 

Quiuoy Hickory 

Quitman Noddaway 

Randolph Randolph 

Ravenna Mercer 

Readsville Callaway 

Reese Hill Reynolds 

Reeves' Station Butler 

Reform Callaway 

Reindeer Noddaway 

Relfe Pulaski 

Rhineland Montgomery 

Rice's Ferry Macon 

Rich Atchison 

Rich Fountain Osage 

Richland Greene 

Richmond Ray 

Richmond Hill Shannon 

Richwoods Washington 

Ridgely Platte 

Ridge Prairie Saline 

Right Point Camden 

Ring's Point Adair 

Roanoke Randolph 

Roaring River Barry 

Robertson's Mill Stone 

Rocheport Boone 

Rochester Andrew 

Rock Bridge Ozark 

Rockford Cass 

Rock Hill St. Louis 
Rock House Prairie Buchanan 

Rockport Atchison 

Rock Spring Washington 

Rocky Mount Miller 

Rolla Phelps 

Rome Boone 

Ronda Polk 

Roubidoux Texas 

Round Hill Cooper 

Rowletta Pettis 

Pucker's Prairie Franklin 

Rush Ridge Mississippi 

Rushville Buchanan 

Russell's Hill Reynolds 

Russelville Cole 

Rutledge C. H. McDonald 

Sacramento Wright 

Saint Aubert Callaway 

St. Catherine Linn 

St. Charles St. Charles 

St. Clair Franklin 

St. Francisville Clarke 
St. Genevieve C. H. 

St. Genevieve 

St. James Phelps 

St. John Putnam 

St. Joseph Buchanan 

St. Leger Ozark 

St. Louis St. Louis 

St. Luke Webster 

St. Mark Webster 
St. Mary's St. Genevieve 

St. Pa:ul Webster 

St. Peters St. Charles 



Post Offi.ce. 


County. 


St. Thomas 


Cole 


Salem 


Linn 


Saline 


Mercer 


Salt River 


Audrain 


Sand Hill 


Scotland 


Sandy Mines 


Jefferson 


San Francisco 


Carroll 


Santa Fe 


Monroe 


Sappington 


St. Louis 


Sarcoxie 


Jasper 


Sarvis Spring 


Dent 


Savannah C. H. 


Andrew 


Saverton 


Ralls 


Scotland Ridge 


Putnam 


Scottville 


Sullivan 


Sedalia 


Pettis 


Selden 


Douglass 


Selma 


Jefftrson 


Sentinel Prairie 


Polk 


Shady Grove 


Dallas 


Shamrock 


Callaway 


Sharpsbur^ 


Marion 


Shawnee Mound 


Henry 


Sheffield Cape Girardeau 


Shelbina 


a Shelby 


Shelbyville 


Shelby 


Shibley's Point 


Adair 


Shields 


Mavies 


Sherwood 


Jasper 


Shoneytowa 


Putnam 


Short Be-nd 


Crawford 


Shotwell 


Franklin 


Siblev 


Jackson 


Sidney 


Rails 


Sikeston 


Scott 


Silver Creek 


Cedar 


Smith City 


Pettis 


Smithton 


Worth 


Smithville 


Clay 


Snell's Mill ' 


Harrison 


Snibar 


Lafayette 


Snow Hill 


St, Charles 


Solitude 


Pemisrot 


Somerset 


Monroe 


Sous Creek 


Dade 


South Fork 


Howell 


South Grove 


Saline 


South Point 


Franklin 


Spanish Prairie 


Phelps 


Sparlinville 


Newton 


Sparta 


Buchanan 


Spencersburg 


Pike 


Spring Creek 


Pulaski 


Springfield 


Greene 


Spring Fork 


Pettis 


Spring Garden 


Pettis 


Spring (irove 


Dallas 


Spring Hill 


Livingston 


Spruce 


Bates 


Stanford 


Texas 


Stanton Copper Mi 
Steelsville 


nes Franklin 


Crawford 


Stein's Prairie 


Mavies 


Stewart's 


Warren 


Stewartsville 


De Kalb 


Stockland 


Montgomery 


Stockton 


Cedar 


Stone House 


Morgan 


Stono 


St. Francis 


Stoney Point 


Jackson 


Stringfield's Store 


Callaway 


Sturgeon 


Boone 


Sugar Creek 


Clarke 


Sugar Tree Grove 


Clay 





LIST OF POST OFFICES—KANSAS. 


183 


Po8t Office. 


County. 


Post Office. 


County. 


Post Office. 


Cotmty. 


Sullivaa 


Franklin 


Vannoy's Mill 


Pike 


West Quincy 


Marion 


Sulphnr Springs Landing 


Vermont 


Cooper 


Weston 


Platte 




Jefferson 


Verona 


Lawrence 


West Snringfield 


Shelby 


Summit 


Macon 


Versailles 


Morgan 


Wet Glaze 


Camden 


Swan 


Taney 


Vera Cruz 


Douglass 


Wheatland 


Morgan 


Sweet Home 


Noddaway 


Victoria 


Daviess 


Wheeling 


Vernon 


Sylvan 


Dent 


Vienna 


Mavies 


Whetstone 


Wright 


Syracuse 


Morgan 


Virginia Mills 


Franklin 


White Cloud 


Noddaway 


Tabo 


Lafayette 


Wadesburg 


Cass 


White Hare 


Cedar 


Tagart's Mill 


Carroll 


Wagon Knob 


Lafayette 


White Oak 


Montgomery 


Talladega 


Dent 


Waldo 


Webster 


White Oak Grove 


Greene 


Tallow Hill 


Jefferson 


Walkersville 


Shelby 


White Rock Prairie McDonald 


Taos 


Cole 


Wall's Store 


Johnson 


Whitesburg 


Camden 


Ten Mile 


Macon 


Walnut Grove 


Greene 


Whitesville 


Andrew 


Third Fork 


De Kalb 


Walnut Hill 


Buch;inau 


White Water 


Bollinger 


Thomasville 


Oregon 


WaLiut Shade 


Tcn-v 




Greene 


Tiger Fork 


Shelby 


VValtersville 


Adair 


Williamsburg 


Callaway 
Lewis 


Timiey's Grove 


Riiv 


Wearblean 


St. Clair 


Williamstowa 


Tiptou 


Moniteau 


Warren 


Marion 


Willmathsville 


Adair 


Tiviot 


Montgomery 


Warrensburg 


Johnson 


Wilson 


Greene 


Toledo 


H3nry 


Warrenton 


Warren 


Wilson Creek 


Clarke 


Toronto 


Camden 


Warsaw 


Benton 


Winchester 


Clarke 


Trail Creek 


Harrison 


Washburn Prairie 


Barry 


Windsor 


Henry 


Trenton 


Grundy 


Washington 


Franklin 


Winslow 


Dent 


Troy 


Lincoln 


Waterloo 


Clarke 


Wintersville 


Sullivaa 


Truxton 


Lincoln 


Waverly 


Lafayette 


Winthrop 


Buchanan 


Tuokersville 


Camden 


Waynesville 


Pulaski 


Wolf Creek 


Wright 


Tugne 


Warren 


Webster 


Oregon 


Woodbine 


Harrison 


Tullvania 


Macon 


Webster Station 


St. Louis 


Woodbury 


Wright 


Turkey Creek 


Madison 


Wellington 


Lafayette 


Wood's Fork 


Wright 


Turnback 


Dade 


Wullsburg 


St. Charles 


Woodlawn 


Monroe 


Turnersville 


Greene 


WellsviUe 


Montgomery 


Woodside 


Oregon 


Tuscumbia 


Miller 


Wentzville 


St. Chades 


Woodville 


Macon 


Tyro 
Ullman's Ridge 


Jefferson 


Wesley 


Schuyler 


Woolam 


Gasconaae 


Miller 


West Bend 


Polk 


Wright City 


Warren 


Union 


Franklin 


West Ely 


Marion 


Wrightsville 


Clarke 


Union Mills 


Platte 


Westland 


Chariton 


Wyaconda 


Scotland 


Unionville 


Putnam 


West Liberty 


Putnam 


Xenia 


Noddaway 


Urbana 


Dallas 


West Locust 


Sullivan 


Yancey 


Phelpa 


Utica 


Livingston 


Westphalia 


Osage 


Yolo 


Gentry 


Valparaiso 


Sullivan 


West Plains 


Howell 


Young's Creek 


Audrain 


Van Buren 


Carter 


West Point 


Bates 


Young's Mills 


Franklin 


Vaucili's Landing 




Westport 


Jackson 


Zif 


Stoddard 


pe Girardeau 


West Prairie 


Dunklin 


Zion 


Henry 



LIST OF POST OFFICES 

IN THE 

STATE OF KANSAS 



Post Office. 


Coimty. 


Abeline 


Dickinson 


Agues City 


Breckenridge 


Albany 


Nemaha 


Allen 


Breckenridge 


America City 


Nemaha 


Americna 


Breckenridge 


Ashland 


Davis 


Ash Point 


Nemaha 


Atchison 


Atchison 


Aubrey 


Johnston 


Auburn 


Shawnee 


Bainesville 


Bourbon 


Barrett 


Marshall 


Bazaar 


Chase 



Poet Office. 


County. 


Post Office. 


Counl/y. 


Beach Valley 




Carlyle 


Allen 


Belmont 


Woodson 


Carson 


Brown 


Big Springs 
Big Turkey 


Douglas 


Cato 


Bourbon 




Catholic Mission 




Black Jack 


Douglas 


Centerville 


Linn 


Blooming Grove 


Linn 


Central City 


Nemaha 


Blue Rapids 


Marshall 


Centralia 


Nemaha 


Brooklyn 


Linn 


Centropolis 


Franklin 


Brushville 




Cherokee City 


McGhee 


Burlingame 


Shawnee 


Chelsea 


Butler 


Burlington 
Camp Creek 


Coffee 


Claytonville 


Brown 




Clinton 


Douglas 


Canton 


Brown 


Columbus 


Doniphan 


Capiona 


Nemaha 


Cottonwood Falls 


Chase 



184 


LIST 


OF POST OFFICES— KANSAS. 




Post Office. 


County. 


Post Office. 


County. 


Post Office. 


County. 


Council Grove 


Morris 


Leavenworth City 


Leavenworth 


Quindaro 


Leavenworth 


Cresc 


Brown 


Lecompton 


Douglas 


Randolph 


Riley 


Crooked Creek 


Jefiferson 


Le Roy 


Cofifee 


Rayville 


Bourbon 


Cold Spring 


Allen 


Lexington 


Johnston 


Redes 


Browa 


Davis 


Douglas 


Lincoln 


Nemaha 


Richardson 


Shawnee 


Dayton 


Bourbon 


Little Stranger 


Leavenworth 


Richland 


Shawnee 


Decora 


Brecken ridge 


[>y"ns 


Lykins 


Ridgeway 


Osage 


Delaware City 


Leavenwoith 


McKinney 


Douglas 


Riley City 


Davis 


Doniphaa 


Doniphan 


Madison 


Madison 


Robinson 


Brown 


East on 


Leavenworth 


Mairestown 


Shawnee 


Rock Creek 


Pottawatomie 


Eden 


Atchison 


Manhattan 


Riley 


Rockford 


Bourbon 


El Dorado 


Hunter 


M msau 


Allen 


Rodgersville 


Washington 


Eldon 


Pottawatomie 


Mapleton 


Bourbon 


Rosyvale 


Brown 


Elizahethtown 


Brown 


Marion 


Douglas 


Rovella 


Linn 


Elmendaro 


Madison 


Marmaton 


iJourbon 


Sabetha 


Nemaha 


Elwood 


Doniphan 


Marysville 


Marsliall 


Saint George 


Pottawatomie 


Emporia 


Breckenridge 


Merrimac 


Marshall 


Saint Mary's Mis 


■^ion 


Eudora 


Douglas 


Miami Village 


Lykins 




Pottawatomie 


Eureka 


Greenwood 


Mill Creek 


Bourbon 


Saint Nicholas 


Atchison 


Fairland 


Marshall 


Moneka 


Linn 


Scipio 


Franklin 


Forest Hill 


Breckenridge 


Monrovia 


Atchison 


Seneca 


Nemaha 


Fort Leavenworth 


Monticello 


J-'hnston 


Shawnee 


Johnston 


Fort Riley 





Moore's Branch 


Marion 


Shell Rock Falls 


Madison 


Fort Scott 


Bourbon 


Mound City 


Linn 


Shields 


Jefferson 


Franklin 


Douglas 


Mount Airy 


Woodson 


Six Mile Creek 


Morris 


Fremont 


Breckenridge 


Mnunt Florence 


Jefiferson 


Solomon's City 


Saline 


Gardener 


Johnston 


Mount Pleasant 


Atchison 


Spencer 


Atchison 


Garnett 


Anderson 


Nashville 


Coffee 


Spring Dale 


Leavenworth 


Gearv 


Doniphan 


Xeosho City 


Coffee 


Spring Hill 


Johnston 


Geneva 


Allen 


Neosho Falls 


Woodson 


Squiresville 


Johnston 


Grasshopper Falls Jefferson 


Neosho Rapids 


Breckenridge 


Stanton 


Lykins 


Greenwood 




New Eureka 


J;.ck9.in 


Sumner 


Atchison 


Guiltard's Station 


Marsha'li 


Npw Lancaster 


Lykins 


Superior 


Weler 


Hamlin 


Brown 


Nohart 


Richardson 


Tecumseh 


Shawnee 


Hartford 


Madison 


Nottingham 


Marshall 


Toledo 


Breckeiiriiige 


Henryville 
Hiawatha 


Riley 


Oikwood 


Linn 


Tonganoxie 


Leavenworth 


Brown 


Ogden 


Riley 


Topeka 


Shawnee 


Hibbard 


Johnston 


Ohio City 


Franklm 


Towanda 


Otoe 


Hickory Creek 


Franklin 


Olathe 


John-^ton 


Troy 


Doniphan 


Highland 


Doniphan 


Ole 


Jefferson 


Turkey Creek 


Bouroon 


Holton 


Jack-ion 


Osawatomie 


Lykins 


Twin Mound 


Douglas 


Humboldt 


Allen 


Oskaloosa 


Jefiferson 


Twin Springs 


Linn 


Huntsville 


Arapahoe 


Ottawa Creek 




Unadilla 


Pottawatomie 


Huron 


Atchison 


Ottnmwa 


Coffee 


Virgil 


Madison 


Hyatt 
Indianapolis 


crown 


Ozawkie 


Jefferson 


Wakarusa 


Douglas 


Lykins 


Padoiia 


Brown 


Walker 


Brown 


Indianola 


Shawnee 


Pnlermo 


Doniphan 


Walnut Grove 


Doniphan 


Ida 


Allen 


Paola 


Lykins 


Walton 


Shawnee 


Iowa Point 


Doniphan 


Pardee 


Atchison 


Waterloo 


Breckenridge 


Irving 
Janesville 


Marshall 


Paris 


Linn 


Wathena 


Doniphan 


Greenville 


Palmyra 


Douglas 


Wabaunsee 


Wabaunsee 


Junction City 
Kanwaka 


Davis 


Pawnee 


Atchison 


Waushara 


Breckenridge 


Douglas 


Pawnee Fork 




Westmoreland 


Pottawatomie 


Kaw City 
Kennekuck 


Jefferson 


Peoria 


Franklin 


White Cloud 


Doniphan 


Brown 


Pleasant Grove 


Greenwood 


Whitehead 


Doniphan 


Kenton 


Davis 


Pleasant Spring 


Nemiha 


Wilmington 


Wabaunsee 


Kickapoo City 


Leavenworth 


Plymouth 


Breckenridge 


Winchester 


Jefferson 


Lafayette 


Doniphan 


Pony Creek 


Brown 


Wyandotte 


Leavenworth 


Lamb's Point 
Lane 


Dickinson 
Franklin 


Potosi 
Powhattan 


Linn 
Brown 


Xenia 


Bourbon 


Lawrence 


Douglas 


Prairie City 


Douglas 


Zeandale 


Wabaunsee 



E JO W A li r> s 



INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTOR 



For 18 66 



ABBKEVIATIOXS USED IX THIS DIRECTOR. 



ab. above. 
ap;t. agent. 
al. alley. 

aKSt. assistant. 
av. avenue, 
bel. below, 
bet. between, 
bds. boards, 
bldg. building. 
blk. block, 
(col'd) colored, 
com. mer. commission 
merchant. 



c. or cor. corner. 

elk. clerk. 

ct court. 

E. east. 

es. east side. 

est. estate. 

forwd. forwardiniT. 

indp. independent. 

insp. inspector. 

la. lane. 

lab. laborer. 

mkr. maker. 

mnfr. manufacturer. 



N. north. 

ne north-east. 

nr. near. 

ns. north side. 

nw. noith-west. 

op. opposite. 

pi. place. 

]'. 0. p'ist office. 

pres. president. 

prod, produce. 

pub public. 

rd. road 

r. residence. 



Rev. reverend. 

S. fouth. 

se. souili-east. 

ES. south side. 

sw. south-west. 

sec. secretari'. 

supt. superintendent. 

trans. tran>^portation. 

trea.s. treasurer. 

W. west. 

ws. west side. 

whol. wholesale. 

wid, widow. 



The classifieation by business will be found immediately following the alphabetical arrangement of 
names. For full Indices to the contents of the work, and names too lute for regular insertion, see pre- 
ceding pages. 



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ADA 



11 P.BETT Charles H. (L. & C. II. Abbett), 
l\ r. 35 Virginia av. 
.\bbett John B. (Abbett & Phipps), r. 

164 Virginia av, beyond Pogue'siun 
Abbett Lawsou (L. & C. H. Abbett), r. 33 

Virginia av. 
Abbett L. & C. II. (Lawson and Charles 

H. Abbett), physicians and surgeons, 

35 Virginia av. 
Abbett Wni. A. (Abbett & Stubbs), bds. 

35 Virginia av. 
Abbett & Phipps (J. B. Abbett and I. N. 

Phipps), real estate agts. 3G E. 

Washington 
Abbett & Stubbs, (Wm. A. Abbett and I. 

W. Stubbs), grocers and produce 

dealers, 59 S. Illinois 
Abbott .James 0. salesman, Daggett & Co. 

r. 280 N. New Jersey 
Abbott John, runner, Little's Hotel 
Abel Charles, brewer, C. F. Schmidt, r. 

Delaware, bet. McCarty and Wyo- 
ming 
Abort John, carpenter, r. 209 South 
Aborn Orrin, physician, 33.J N. Illinois, 

r. es. Western av. beyond City Limits 
Abrnms John, book-keeper, J. George 

Stilz, r. 129 N. Noble 
Abrams William J. carpenter, r. 146 Ft. 

Wayne av. 

Fine Furs, at No. 3 
13 



ABROMET A. agt. ^Etna Ins. Co, office 

J^tna bldg. r. 353 S. Delaware 
Ahy J. Pi. student National Business 

College, 24i E. Washington 
Ach John, painter, N. Mississippi, nr. 7t)t 
Achoy Henry .Mrs. r. 17 Kentucky av. 
Ackert George F. clerk, Asher & Adams, 

r. 76 E. Market 
Adams Alex, boarding house, 71 Indiana 

av. 
Adams Andy J. bds. 71 Indiana av. 
Adams Cliarles E. salesman, Mauldin & 

Adams, bds. 194 Virgiuia av. 
Adams Charles E. cooper, r. Kingen 

block, W. Maryland 
Adam? Charles H. blacksmith, J. G. 

Smith, bds 76 S. Meridian 
ADAMS EXPHES3 CO. John 11. Ohr, 

ag . 12 E. Wadiii'gion 
Adams George F. r. 74 N. Delaware 
Adams George H. (Asher & Adams), r. 

National rd. E. 
Adams Harry E. clerk, r. 48 E. Cherry 
Adams H. S. policeman, r. 107 S. New 

Jersey 
Adams J. conductor, bds. Western House 
Adams John W. (Mauldin & Adams), r. 

20 Virginia av. 
.\dams Justus, brickmakcr, bds. 297 N. 

Delaware 
Odd Fellows' Hall. 



Buy your Saddles, Harness, Whips, Collars, Coach and Carriage 



ADA 



186 



ALK 



VIOLIN AND GUITAR STRINGS. 

lu this department of the 

BENHAM & CO.'S STOCK 

IS COMPLETE. 



Adams Reuben, sheriff, Marion county, 
r. 115 S. New Jersey 

Adams Rosa Miss, teacher, Indianapolis 
Female Institute, r. same 

Adams Samuel, lawyer at James Frank's, 
near Palmer House 

Adams Samuel C. brickmaker, r. 297 N. 
Delaware 

Adams Samuel C, atty. at law, 43J E. 
Washington, r. N. Delaware 

Adams Wesley M. carpenter shop, North, 
bet. Illinois and Tennesee, r. 310 N. 
Illinois 

Adams William L. ( Hume, Adams & Co.), 
r. 165 N. Alabama 

Adkins G. W. bds. Scott House 

Adkius John C. medical student, Jame- 
son & Funkhouser, bds. Ohio, bet. 
Pennsylvania and Meridian 

Adkins Martin V. B. railroader, r. 138 
E. McJarty 

Adkins, see also Atkins 

Adsit Charles S salesman, George K. 
Share & Co. bds. 24 W. Michigan 

.ETNA INSURANCE CO. of Hartford, 
A. Abromet, agt. iEtna bldg. N. 
Pennsylvania 

AfFantranger S. J. blacksmith, 189 Indi- 
ana av. r. 215 W. North 

Afiung Anthony, porter, Stewart & Mor- 
gan, r. 277 S. New Jersey 

Ahlbrand E. apprentice, C. H. Wehling, 
bds 240 S. Delaware 

Ahlbrand William, apprentice, bds. 240 
S. Delaware 

Aichele Chas. G. gunsmith, r. 343 S. East 

Aikens Martha, wid. James, r. 38 Ann 

Aikin David, painter, B. C. Shaw, bds. 
30 N. Pennsylvania 

Aikman Archie, carpenter, r. N. West 

jiikman John B. (Hays, Aikman & Co.), 
r. 11 Circle 

Akers W. J., salesman, A. Hays, bds. Illi- 
nois, cor. South 

Akin DanieV lab. I. k C. R. R. shops, r. 
40 Ann 

Alarm Fire Bell, tower, over Glenn's 
block, Washington, bet. Pennsylva- 
nia an I Meridian 

Alban Kate, servant, 59 N. Illinois 

Albany A. mechanic, Osgood, Smith &. Co. 

Albert John, carriage trimmer, George 
Low, r. 10 Arch 

Albert Lawson, blacksmith, 221 S. Ala- 



Albert Lawson, teamster, Omar New- 
man 

Alberlsineyer Henrv, lab. B. R. R. shop, 
r. 170 N. Union 

Albon James, architect, 19 Talbott & 
New's block, r. 29 Gregg 

Albrecht George, Cabinet Uuiou factory, 
r. 182 N. Davidson 

Albrecht George P. machinist, Slo«n 
Burk & Woollen, bds. 71 S. Pennsyl- 
vania 

Albro Henry 0. foreman, Taylor k Chand- 
ler, r. 311 S. Delaware 

Aldag August, shoemaker, E. Washing- 
ton, nr. Brand's grocery, outside cor- 
poration 

AlJag Charles, shoe dealer, 175 E. Wash- 
ington, r. same 

Aldag Charles L. shoemaker, E. Washrng^- 
ton, nr. Little's Hotel, r. 199 N. Lib- 
erty 

Aldag Louis, shoemaker, r. 78 N. Liberty 

Aldred G. W. sexton, r. 215 W. South 

Aldrich Chauncey, carpenter, D. Bey- 
heimer, r. 425 E. St. Clair 

Aldrich John D. flour and feed store, 298^ 
E. Wasliington, r. 244 N. Davidson 

Aldrich R. Frank, wood yard, r. 280 W. 
Market 

Aldridge Wm. brakeman, L. R. R. bds. 
400 N. Mississippi 

Aler Herman, blacksmith, bds. C. Remer* 

Alexander A. Mrs. r. 142 E. McCarty 

Alexander David R. treas. and ins. agl. 
bds. Sherman House 

Alexander Irwin (col'd), teamster, Mc- 
Cord & Wheatley, r. Clinton alley 

Alexander Jno. C. tjarpenter, r. 210 N. 
Ohio 

Alexander Joseph, carpenter, r. 173 Hir- 
ron 

Alexander Joseph K. carpenter, r. Fletch- 
er av. 

Alexander M. elk. I. Lipinski, bds. Sher- 
man House 

Alexander Nort. E. bookbinder. Hall & 
Hutchinson, bds. Pyle Houae 

Alexander Theodore, salesman, Tyler'a 
Bee Hive, r. 2 E. Washington 

Alford. Talbot & Co. (T. G. Alford, R. L. 
Talbot, J. P. Patterson and W. H. 
Morrison), whol. grocers, 36 E. Wash- 
ington 

Alford T. G. (Alford, Talbot & Co. ) r. 175 
N. Alabama 

Algeo Samuel, porter, A. Wallace, r. 2G8 
E. South 

Alhand Frank, fireman, Central 11. R.^ 
bds. 285 N. Noble ^' 

Alhand John, works B. R. K. yard, r. 28& 
N. Noble 

Alhand Stephen, bds. 285 N. Noble 

Alkire A. S. student, National Business 
College 



bama 

W. G. Dabbs, Photographic Warehouse, 21 and 23 Circle St 



Trimmings of Sulgrove, Reynolds & Co., 20 West Washington Street. 



ALL 



187 



AND 



Allaire Andy, blacksmith, r. Keeley's 
row, Clinton al. 

Allaire Henry, blacksmith, B R. R. 

Allaire Jus. P. bricklayer, r. 95 Jackson 

Allaire Peter, brickmason, r. 165 St. Jo- 
seph 

Allbrighl George, varnisher, Union Fac- 
tory, r. 182 N. Davidson 

Allen Alice (col'd), works 252 N. Merid- 
ian 

Allen A. 0. Rev. 92 E. New York 

Allen A. C. Mrs. music teacher, 92 East 
Yew York 

Allen Edward (col'd), waiter, r. 230 N. 
Missouri 

Allen E. C. hooker, Ind. Rolling Mill, r. 
117 W. McCarty 

Allen E. J. Mrs. (col'd), r. 311 N. Ala- 
bama 

Allen Henry, livery and sale stable, 
Pearl, r. 130 W. Vermont, bet. Tenn- 
essee and Mississippi 

Allen Herrell, wid. Hiram H. r. 70 N. 
^ Liberty 

Allen llinim, lab. r. 70 N. Liberty 

Allen Jackson, bricklayer, r. 324 West 
Washington 

Allen Jas. tinner, B. R. W. 

Allen James S. printer, H. C. Chandler & 
Co. r. 190 N. Mississippi 

Alien Jenny, chambermaid. Oriental 
House 

Allen John, moulder, bds. Walker House 

Allen John, driver, G. D. Wilgus, bds. 
190 N. Mississippi 

Allea John H. (col'd), hostler, R.I. Moor- 
bead 

Allen Jos. lab. r. 34G W. North 

.\ilen Robert, machinist, r. 190 N. Miss- 
issippi 

Allen R. Mrs. (col'd), cook, r. 144 N. Tenn- 
essee 

Allen Thomas C. telegraph operator Peru 
R. R. depot, bds. 92 E. New York 

Allen Williiim McO. machinist, Sinker & 
Co. r. 141 Meek 

Alley Charles (col'd), lab. r. Elm, near 
Pine 

.^llgood Susan Elizabeth Miss, bds. West 
end Washington 

Allington J. ins. agt. 2 Blackford's Block, 
Washington, cor. Meridian, bds. 119 
Indiana av. 

.^.lUson Harriet Mrs. cloakmaker, Tyler's 
Bee Hive, bds. 456 N. Meridian 

Allison Joseph, plasterer, r. 82 Benton 

ALLISON MARY Mrs. boarding house, 
17J Virginia av. 

Allison Richard, painter, boards W. C. 
Clucks, N. Mississippi, bet. 4th and 
uCh 

Ar.i^on R. C. with Alford, Talbot & Co. 
bds. 199 S. New Jersey, cor. Virginia 



T&e Sinnjssippj 



IS A GOOD 



HODaEeDiipaisf. 



Allison Thomas II. plasterer, bds. 213 E. 
Ohio 

AUred Gnr'ison W. city sexton, r. 215 
W. South, bet. Missouri and West 

Ally Henry, salesman, H. F. Jennings, 
IBS. Illinois 

.\llyn Emma A. Miss, teacher, Rider's 
Normal Inst. bds. 54 S. Pennsylvania 

Altmann Hermann (H. Altmann & Co.), 
r. S. Union 

Altmann H. & Co. (Hermann Altmann 
and August Ruschaupt), saloon, 79 
E. Wiisliinglon 

Alvey James H. (Donaldson, Carr & Co.), 
bds. Tennessee, cor. 1st 

Alvord E B. (E. B. Alvord & Co.), r. 334 
N. Illinois 

ALVORU E. B. & CO. (E. B. Alvord, J. C. 
Alvord and Berg. Applegate), whol. 
groceties and liquors, 1 Alvord'u 
Block, Meridian, cor. Georgia 

Alvord i-1. S. stage prop, and mail con- 
tractor, 92 N. Pennsylvania, corner 
Ohio 

Alvord James C. (E. B. Alvord & Co.) r. 
92 N. Pennsylvania 

Alvord J. C. clerk, E. B. Alvord & Co. r. 
Pennsylvania, sw. cor. Ohio 

Alwaril Samuel, salesman, Pee, Conduitt 
& Cox, r. 278 E. Michig.m 

Amarguei Jacob, butcher, 153 W. Wash- 
ington 

AM BERG GEORGE, clerk, Edwards, 
Greenough & DeVed, boards Scott 
House 

Ambers Morris, lab. i*. nr. Madison depot 

AMERICAN EXPRESS CO. J. Butter- 
field, agt. office 34 E. Washington 

American Horse Insurance Co. T. B. Mc- 
Carty, Pies. J. F. Paine, Sec. officu, 
13 Vinton's Block 

Amos Aquilla, lab. bds. 253 N. Noble 

Amos Isaac, plumber, r. 253 N. Noble 

Amos James, spinner, C. E. Geisendorfl' 
& Co. r. 27 Blake 

Amos Nancy wid. r. 263 N. Noble 

Amos Nat. hostler, at gov. stable, bds. 258 
N. Noble 

Amos Thomas D. teamster, r. 218 N. Da- 
vidson 

Amos Wm. Hayden, bricklayer, bds. 253 
N. Noble 

Anderson Alex, painter, I. & C. railroad 
shop, r. 02 Huron 



W. G. Dabbs, dealer in Frames, Albums, etc. 



Omar Newman, Manufacturers' Agent for Russell's Reaper and Mower, Pai- 



AND 



ARE 



i, M. BENHAM & C0.» 

Music Dealers^, 

Employ none but experienced workmen to 
Do their Tuning^ and Repairing'* 



ANDKRSON, BULLOCK &, STARRETT, 
(. I limes T. Anderson, James 13. Bul- 
lock nnd James Stiirrett), importers 
ami wLoL dealers in haidware, 62 S. 
i\!eridiiin 

Anderson Charles, carpenter, bds. 177 E. 
Market 

AndersoH Charlotte, chambermaid, Sher- 
man House 

AndcfHon Cynthia, wid. George, r. 177 E. 
Market 

Anderson David, carpenter, M. Fitchey, 
bds 159 N. Mississippi 

Anderson George, carpenter, bds. 177 E. 
Market 

Anderson George P. ins. agent, 8 Black- 
ford's Building, E. Washington, r. 
179 E. South 

Anderson Henry, bds. 177 E. Market 

Anderson James, bds. 177 E. Market 

Audfrson James, farmer, r. es. N. Merid- 
ian, outside corporation 

Anderson James L). r. ss. N. Mississippi, 
bet. 3d and 4th 

Anderson James T. (Anderson, Bullock 
& Starreti), r. \'2o E. Vermont 

Andorsdn James W. cleik, Ameiican Ex- 
press Co. Union depot, r. 190 N. East 

Anderson Jerome S. (Horn & Anderson), 
r. 70 W. New York 

Anderson John, blacksmith. Central R. 
U. shop, bds. East Si. House 

Anderson John, carpenter, bds. 177 E. 
Market 

Anderson Joe. hostler, works at 251 N. 
Liberty 

Anderson Julia, chamber maid, Sherman 
House, bds. same 

Anderson J. J. bds. 37 S. Alabama 

Anderson Randolph, cabinetnuiker, r. 147 
Union 

Anderson Robert, brickm;»son, 394 N. 
Delaware 

Anderson Samuel, carpenter, bds. 117 W. 
New York 

Anderson Steward, hostler, Wni. Hines- 

ley, 37 W. Pearl 
Anderson Susan Mrs. r. 315 E. Merrill 

Anderson Thomas, carpenter, r. 118 In- 
diana av. 

Anderson \Vm. elk. bus. Scott House 
Andeison William, porter, J. F. Wingate, 
bds. 177 E. Market 

Andra John, r. ns. New York, bet. Lib- 
er y and Noble 

Cheap Furs, at No. 



Andrew John B elk. J. G. Weidenbergcr. 
r. 138 S. Meridian 

Andrews L. N. genl. freight agt. I., P. .^ 
C. R. R , Wiishiugton, cor. Delaware, 
r. 444 N. Tennessee 

Andrews Robert, heater, Rolling Mill, r. 
23li S. Missouri 

Andrews Sanuiel B. (Andrews & Gordon^, 
r. 8"2 Fort Wayne av. 

Andrews & Gordon ('Samuel B. Andrews 
and Robert Gordon), ambrotype and 
photographic artists, 33 W. Wasii- 
ingion 

And rum James, bds. 115 N. Noble 

Andrum William, lub. bds. 115 N. Nohlc 

Angel Henry C. watchmaker, McLene & 
Herron, bds. Ohio, bet. Pennsylvania 
and Meridian 

Angle .losepii, chairmaker, r. E. Wash- 
ington, corporation line 

Ankeiibrook Henry, drayman, r. 351 S. 
Delaware 

Antes J. B. telegraph operator, bds. B'* 
E. Maryland 

Anther Jacob, lab. Metropolitan Tlieatev, 
r. 470 S. New Jersey 

Anthony David, carpenter, al. bet. Illi- 
nois and Tennessee, Maryland ami 
Georgia, r. 123 N. Tennessee 

Antles Esther A. Mrs. r. 373 E Georgia 

Antrim James, lab. Arsenal, bds. AS 
Cherry 

Antrim Levi, l.ib. r. 58 Cherry 

Antrim Wni. 11. lab. Government stable, 
r. 58 Cherry 

Anty Jacob, blacksmith, r. 2C8 S. Ala- 
bama 

Apple Catherine Mrs. seamstress, r. S. 
West 

Apple G. W. photographic gallery, 04 K. 
Washington, r. same 

Applegaie .Vmeiicus, elk. J. A. .McGavy, 
r. Iti N. Illinois 

Applegaie A. S cigarmaker, bds. Com- 
mercial Hiitel 

Applegate A. W. stencil cutter and card 
writer, 83J E. Washington, bds. Lit- 
tle's Hotel 

Applegate Bergen (E. B. Alvord & Cc.'f, 
bds. 194 E. Michigan 

Applegate Lottie Mrs. r. 311 W. Wash- 
ington 

Arbuckle Matthew (Witt & Arbuckle), r. 
268 E. Saint Clair, bet. East und 
Jackson 

Arbuihnot H. J. T. painter, bds. nr. 
Schmidt's Ihewery 

Arbutlinot Thomas, painter, r. al. nr. 
Schmidt's Brewery 

Arbuihnot Thomas (Goe & Arbuthnoty, 
r. Grove, nw. cor. New Jersey 

Arenheulter Henry, sacfcller, 307 E. New 
York, cor. Liberty, bds. Liille's Ho- 
tel 
3 Odd Fellows' Hali. 



mer'8 Horse Hay Forks, Grover &. Baker Sewing Machines, 60 E. Market. 



ARM 



189 



AUS 



Armbruster F. E. saloon, 4^9 W. Wash- 

ington, r. sume 
Armbruster John J. elk. John P. Meikcl, 

r 79 West. 
Aimeiitrout Laviua Mrs. wid. r. 122 E. 

Pratt, 
Armitnge Lewis, elk. W. & FI. Glenn, r. 

199 S. New Jersej' 
Armon Odo, lab. r. 247 S. Delaware 
Armstrong G. F. messenger, American 

Express Company, r. 324 S. Meri- 
dian 
Armstrong James, elk. Glenn's New York 

Store, r. N. Pennsylvania, op. C. 

Fletcher 
Armstrong Joseph, heater, Ind. Rolling 

Mill, r. 239 8. Mississippi 
Armstrong William Rev. solicitor Union 

Ins. Co. of Indianapolis, r. 497 N. 

Meridiiin 
Armstrong Wm. (col'd), lab. r. rear 225 

N. Tennessee 
Armstrong William S. book-keeper, Vin- 

nedge & Jones, bds. cor. St. Joseph 

and N. Meridian 
Arnholtev Henry, saddler, 22.') E. Wash- 
ington, r. same 
Arnold Emma, wid. r. 79 Massachusetts 

av. 
•Arnold Peter, lab. r. 17 N. New Jersey 
Avon Adolphus, salesman, J. H. Baldwin 

& Co. V. Indiana av. bet. Mississippi 

and Canal 
.Arthur Major, Camp Carrington, bds. 115 

N. Illinois 
Arthur William, stonecutter, r. 215 N. 

Michigan 
Arthur William A. moulder, Ruschhaupt, 

Zschech & Berg, r. 179 S. Tennessee 
Arthur W. T. r. es. Illinois, bet. 6th and 

Tinker 
Arvall Robert, elk. Adjutant General's 

Office, r. 128 S. East 
.\3bury Chapel (Methodist Episcopal), S. 

New Jersey, bet. Louisiana and 

South 
Ash Richard, r. al. bet. Bates and Louis- 
iana 
Ash Frank, lab. r. 280 E. Georgia 
Asher George L. elk. Carlos Dickson, 84 

W. Washington 
Asher John R. (Asher & Adams), r. 181 

S. New Jersey 
ASHER & ADAMS (John R. Asher and 

George H. Adams), booksellers and 

publishers, 70 E. Market 
Ashley Geo. T. carpenter, r. 126 Spring 
Ashinead Jacob, r. 322 Winston 
Ashmead John S. carpenter, r. 322 Win- 
ston 
Ashmead Seely W. fireman, B. R. R. bds. 

322 Winston 
Ashton Owen, puddler's helper, Ind. Roll- 
ing Mill 

Childrens' Furs, at No 



iisrsuRE 

WITH THB 



s 



Askin Patrick, lab. r. oil Massachusett.^ 
av. 

Asmus Charles (C. & L. Asmus), v. i-ear 
Capitol Mills 

Asmus Christ, bds. 183 Indiana av. 

Asmus C. & L. (Chas. & Louis Asmus), 
grocers and saloon, Indiana av. cor. 
West 

Asmus Frederick, lab. r. 338 W. North 

Asmus Louis (C. & L. Asmus), r. 219 W. 
Norih 

Astor Saloon, Joseph Deschlcr, prop'r 15 
N. Pennsylvania, r. 26 ("htr ry 

Athon James S. physician, r. 158 N. New 
Jersey 

Athon James S. jr. clerk, N. M. Woods, 
bds 158 N. New Jersey 

ATKINS E. C. saw mnfr. 216 S Illinois, r. 
N. Pennsylvania, Institute Squ-ire 

Atkins George W. saw maker, E. C. At- 
kins, bds. 216 S. Illinois 

Atkinson Benajah (Atkinson & Barker), 
r. 384 W. North 

Atkinson Joseph II. r. 237 S. Delaware 

Atkinson Thomas, painter, Paffmann & 
De Turk, r. 19 Mnss icLueetts av. 

ATKINSON & BARKER (Benajah At- 
kinson and Samuel Barker), meat 
market, 153 W. Washington 

ATLANTIC TIME LINE, Lewis & Wil- 
liams, agts. 82 Viiginia av. 

Attland Siimuel T. carpenter, r. 179 
Spring 

Auch Andrew, salesman, Jones, Hess & 
Davis, r. Washington, cor. New Jer- 
sey 

Aufderheide Fred, painter, r. 275 N. Da- 
vidson 

Aufderheide Henry, r. 1.30 N. Davidson 

Aufderheider V/m., Union Cabinet Fac- 
tory. 

Aughinbaugh C. R. clerk, Adams Express 
Co. bds. 28 E. Michigan 

Aughinbaugh E. L. clerk. Browning &i 
Sloan, r. 145 N. Meridian 

Aughinbaugh H. P. Mrs. wid boarding 
house, 145 N. Meridian 

Augil H. C. clerk. No. 1, Bates House 
block, bds. 32 E. Ohio 

Auksteine Charles, varnisher, Speigel,, 
Thoms & Co. bds. 121 Ft Wavneav. 

Ault J. M. clerk, B. R. W. bds. 313 E. 
Georgia 

Austin John, gardner, r. 310 E. Georgia 

Austin Samuel, cabinetmaker, re-ir 96. 
E. New York, r. 96 E. New York 

. 3 Odd Fellows' Hall. 



Sulgrove, Reynolds & Co., Manufacturers and dealers in Horse Collars, 



AUS 



190 



BAI 



A. M. BENHAM & CO., 

Bates House Corner, 

VVarr.int every Piano sold, 
FOK^ FIVE YEAR,S. 



Austinneayer A. lab. C. & I. C. R. R. de- 
pot, bds. Mrs. Kirbey's 

Auttromyer AuJrew, baker, A. Ball, bds. 
180 S. Illinois 

Avels Joseph, express man, r, 178 Madi- 
son av. 

Avels Margaret Mrs. r. 357 S. Delaware 

Averell M. B. pastor, Grace Church, bds. 
I. 0. U. Lilley's 

Avery John L. lumber merchant, yard 
bet. Noble and Railroad sts. r. 256 N. 
Alabama 

Avery John P. student, Drs. Jameson & 
\ Funkhouser, S. .Meridian, bds. 250 N. 

Alabama, nw. cor. Michigan 

Avers Franklin, carpenter, r. 232 E. 
Washington 

Ayers William S. carpenter, shop and r. 
vrs. N. Illinois, bet. 2d and 3d 

BAAR G. S. foreman, Helwig, Roberts 
& Co. r. 339 S. Delaware 

Baar Joseph tailor, bds. 276 E. Market 

Dabbington Albert, plasterer, r. 72 E. St. 
Clair 

Babbitt Alonzo P. printer, W. S. Cameron 
bds. Coen House, S. Tennessee 

Babbitt Charles W. telegraph opperalor. 
I. & C. R. R. Freight Depot 

Babbitt C. W. telegraph operator, J. & 1. 
R. R. Freight Depot, bds. Mrs. Con- 
ners, Viiginia av. 

Babbitt George W. telegraph operator, B. 
R. W. bds. Virginia av. bet. Louisi- 
ana, and South 

Babbitt Samuel, shoemaker, r. 409 N. 
New Jersey 

Bachel Yackem, lab. r. 274 S. Delaware 

Back Clemens (Back & Wenkeu), r. 176 
E. Washington 

Back & Weaken (Clemens Back and 
Ernest Wenken), whol. and ret. ci- 
gar dealers, 229 E. Washington 

Backer Fred. lab. r. 345 N. Illinois 

Backer Fred. jr. plaster, bds. 345 N. Illi- 
nois 

Backer Henry, blacksmith, bds. 345 N. 
Illinois 

Backesto John P. (Backesto &, Huntsin- 
ger), r. 40 N. Mississippi 

Backesto & Huntsinger (John P. Backes- 
to and E'i Huntsinger), physicians 
and surgeons, 30 N. Mississippi 
' .Backus Mathias (Pittman & Backus), 

bds. 197 E. Washington 
W. G. Dabbs, dealer In Position Cha 



Backus Samuel, lab. I. & C. R. R. sbopi. 

bds. Bates, cor. Cady 
Bacon Daniel, bds. Bates House 
Bacon David F. clerk, Draft Rendezvous 

H. Q. 70 E. Market 
Bacon Edgar H. physician, Meridian, sw, 

cor. Washington, r. Maryland, sw. 

cor. Alabama 
Bacon Edward H. physician and surgeon, 

Washington, sw. cor. Meridian, v. 

same 
Bacon Eliza Mrs. r. 307 N. Alabama 
Bacon George, blacksmith, 1>. F. Haugh. 

r. 307 N. Alabama 
Bacon John, blacksmith, bds. 307 N. Ala- 



Bacon John L. blacksmith, B. F. Haugh. 
r. 307 N. Alabama 

Bacon Robert, clerk, Tes.ts' feed store, r. 
345 N. Noble 

Bacon Thomas L. book-keeper, U. S. Com. 
Dept. bds. 131 E. New York 

Bacon William, painter, 174 E. North 

Bacon William, toll gate keeper, Craw- 
fordsville Pike, r. same 

Bade Anthony, lab. C. & I. C. R. K. 
Freight Depot, r. 209 S. Alabama 

Bade William, salesman, Frese & Winter, 
r. 129 S. Alabama 

Badgley Samuel (Woodruff & Badgleyl. 
bds. Scott House 

Baduer Adolph, book binder, Parsons 
Macaulay & Co. r. cor. High and 
Mississippi 

Bsggs Fred, book-keeper, Tousey, Byram 
& Co. r. 125 E. Ohio 

Bagle Jacob, lab. r. 247 S. Delaware 

Bagley J. wid. Josiah, r. 11 S. Mississip- 
pi 

Bagley Samuel, artist, bds. Scott House 

Bailey George, clerk in mustering office, 
bds. 152 N. Meridian 

Bailey George, mechanic, Goolman, Mor- 
ris & Co. 

Bailey G. W. painter, r. 231 S. Missis- 
sippi 

Bailey James, bds. Walker House 

Bailey James K. clerk, Dessar & Bios, 
bds. 148 N. New Jersey 

Bailey Julius, carpenter, r. 14 Bates 

Bailey Moses, hackman, r. 130 N. lUinoi? 

BAILEY WILLIAM, Maj , U. S. Pay- 
master, room 1, 19 W. Washington, 
r. 413 N. Mississippi 

Bailor James J. stovemoulder, r. ws. N. 
Mississippi, bet. 3d and 4th 

Baine Jenny Mrs. dressmaker, r. 232 E. 
Washington 

Bains James, varnisher, Speigel, Thom>* 
& Co. r. 158 Huron 

Bair Lucinda, r. 208 VV. Vermont 

Baird J. W. student, Bryant & Stratton, 
bds. 101 N. Mississippi 

irs, etc., for Photographic purposes. 



and Saddlery Hardware, 20 West Washington Street. 



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iBaird William, cooper, W. Maryland, cor. 
Elm, r. 121 New York 

Baire Thomas (col'd), hostler, R. I. Moor- 
head, r. at stable 

Baker Abiaham, (il. Dougherty & Ba- 
ker j, r. 2^8 E. South 

Baker Annie Mrs. milliner and dress- 
maker, 46 S. Illinois, r. same 

Baker Bertha Mrs. milliner, r. 198 E. 
Washington 

Saker Henry, helper, B. F. Haagh, r. N. 
Illinois 

Baker Isaac, alley bet. Mississippi and 
Tennessee, Pratt and 1st 

Baker James, lab. r. 450 S. Tennessee 

Baker James, lab. bds. Isaac Baker, al. 
•bet. Tennessee and Mississippi, Ist 
and Pratt 

Baker James E. (Baker & Cady), bds. 
Pyle House 

Saker James H. carpenter, C. Eden & 
Go's, bds. Coen House 

Caker James M. (Baker & Mclver), r. 
East, sw. cor. New York 

Baker J. A. (Baker, Spencer & Muhlen- 
beck), r. 52 S. Illinois 

Baker Jesse (Baker, Spencer &. Muhlen- 
beck), r. 46 S. Illinois 

Baker John fl. bds. -64 W. Maryland 

Baker N. S. furniture dealer, 20 N. Dela- 
ware, r. South 

Baker, Spen-cer & Muhlenbeck (Jesse A. 
Brtker, Stephen Spencer and Fred- 
erick Muhlenbeck), hats, caps, furs 
and furnishing goods, 50 S. Illinois 
and 198 E. Washington 

BAKER & CADY (James E. Baker and 
David Cady), boots and shoes, retail, 
23 E. Washington 

Baker Thomas Mc. prop'r " Pearl" Sa- 
loon, 24 W. Pearl, r. 170 E. Michigan 

Baker & Mclver (James M. Baker and 
John C. Mclver), hats, caps and furs, 
22 E. Washington 

Baldwick Fred, eating house, 32 W. 
Louisiana, r. same 

Baldwin Alexander, book-keeper First 
National Bank of Indianapolis, bds. 
Sherman House 

Baldwin Burnet, salesman Maulden & 
Adams, r. 327 N. New Jersey 

Baldwin J. H. (J. H. Baldwin & Co.) r. 
396 N. Meridian 

BALDWIN J. H. & CO. (J. H. Baldwin 
and George S. Warren), whol. and 
ret. fancy and variety store, 6 East 
Washington 

Baldwin Mary Mrs. wid. r. rear 300 Wal- 
nut 

Baldwin Mary wid. r. 323 N. Liberty 

Baldwin Morris, carpenter, bds. 35 West 
Market 

Baldwin Wesley, lab. bds. 323 N. Liberty 

Baliff Edmund H. r. 105 Ash 



THE OFFICE OF THE 

Sisinissippi 



35 



IS ON GROV.\I> FLOOR, 

ZS. nZARKST STRXSHT. 



Baliff Orriii W. carpenter, 127 Ash, out- 
side corporation 

Balke Charles, saloon, 231 E. Washing- 
ton, r. same 

Ball William, carpenter, r. 135 W. Mary- 
land 

Ballad John, printer, bds. Edwards Houec 

Ballard Austin, engraver, r. 28 W. Circle 

Ballard Charles, carriage painter, bds. 28 
W. Circle 

Ballard Ella (col'd), waiter, r. Mississp- 
pi, sw. cor. Maryland 

Ballard G. M. agt. Merchants' Despatch, 
19 Virginia av. r. 296 S. Alabama 

Ballard Harrison W. teacher, Ind. Inst, 
for Blind 

Ballard Milly (col'd), cook, r. Mississippi, 
sw. cor. Maryland 

Ballard William P. druggist, 521 N. Hli- 
nois, cor. Ist, r. same 

Ballenger E. M. carpenter, 165 East St. 
Mary 

Ballinger Jennie Miss, r. 226 S. East 

Balls A. baker, 180 S. Illinois, r. same 

Balls Fletcher (col'd), lab. 2d, West of 'A. 
R. on Canal 

BALLWEG AMBROSE, maniif. and deal- 
er in guns, pistols, and fishing tack- 
le, 129 W. Washington, r. same 

Bals Chas. r. 120 St. Joseph 

Bals Chas. H. freight cond. L. R. R. r. 16S 
W. Michigan 

Bals Christ, bds. 120 St. Joseph 

Bals C. H. G. (Hahn & Bals), r. Delaware, 
cor. St. Joseph 

Balser Andrew, cooper, r. 38 Helen 

Balz Philip, butcher, r. on L. R. R. track, 
bet. 1st and 2d 

Bamberger Herman (Rice & Bamberger), 
r. 129 S. East 

Bamberger H. hats, caps, furs and straw 
goods, whol. and ret. 16 E. Washing- 
ton, r. 229 E. Ohio 

Bamberger Isaac, elk. Rice & Bamberger, 
bds. Union Hall 

Bamberger Simon, salesman, Glaser, 
Mitchell & Co. bds. Bates House 

Bameem Henry W. lab. r. 23 W. Pearl 

Bank of the State of Indiana, Kentucky 
av. ne. cor. Illinois, James M. Ray, 
Pres. Joseph A. Moore, Cash. 

Banner John, drayman, r. 185 N. David- 
son 

Bannister Percell, publisher, bds. Com- 



mercial Hotel 
Nugent's Negative and Positive Collodion, for sale at W. G. Dabbs'. 



Omar Newman, Commission lUerchant, Indianapolis, (nd., also Wholesale 



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Are Sole Agents for 

ESTEY & CO.'S 

Celebrated Cottage Organs. 



Bannister Seneca L. shoemaker, r. 315 E. 
Ohio 

Bannon James, lab. r. 487 Virginia av. 

Banse William, w^gon maker, 377 Vir- 
ginia av. r. 193 S. East 

Banta John P. (Indiana Banking Co.) r. 
Franklin, Ind. 

Banworth B. shoemaker, 286 E. Waslyng- 
ton, r. same 

Barbee Albert, moulder, D. Root & Co. r. 
33 W. McCarty 

Barbee Robert B. watchman, bds. 164 W. 
Maryland 

Barbee Sampson, moulder, r. 33 W. Mc- 
Carty 

Barber George, cooper, r. Blake, bet. Ohio 
and Market 

Barber John H. cooper, r. 07 Elizabeth 

Barbour Anna Miss, r. 216 N. West 

Barbour Lucian, (Barbour & Jackson), r. 
249 N, Alabama 

Barbour S. physician, r. 216 N. West 

Barbour Thomas 0. clerk. Hall & Hutch- 
inson, r. 210 N. West 

Barbour & Jackson, ^Lucian Barbour and 
John T. Jackson), attys. at law, 4 W. 
Washington 

Barckdall Percival, r. 249 W. Michigan 

Barclay James, baker, bds. 204 E. Wash- 
ington 

Bardly Thomas, barkeeper, Thomas Red- 
mond, r. 130 S. Illinois 

Bardo Obadiah, cabinet maker, bds. 240 
E. Ohio 

Bare Leonidas, harness maker, Sellers & 
Wood, r. 218 W. Georgia 

Barker Jerry J. clerk, bds. 259 East New 
York 

Barker Joel T. student, bds. 259 E. New 
York 

Barker Samuel, (Atkinson & Barker), r. 
151 W. Washington 

Barker Sarah A. wid. r. 259 E. New York 

Barker William S. cutler, SchoUz & Foltz» 

bds. 113 N. Illinois 
Barkes Sarah wid. r. 253 N. W^est 

Barkley Abram (col'd), laborer, Helwig, 

Roberts & Co. r. 158 Douglas 
Barlon Thomns, bartender, 130 S. Illi- 
nois, bds. 107 S. Illinois 
Barnaby Catherine, wid. William, r. 28 

W. Rose 
Barnaby John, lab. McKernan, Pierce & 
Yandes 



Barnard J. Sec. Chamber of Commerce, 
bds. Bates House 

Barneclo J. M. Mrs. r. 53 Bates 

Barneclo Henry, apprentice, I. & C. R. R. 
shop, r. 53 Bates 

Barneclo Lorenzo, machinist, I. & C. R.R. 
shop, r. 156 S. Noble 

Barneclo T. R. apprentice I. & C. R. R. 
shop, r. cor. Bates and Benton 

Barner David, lab. r. 117 Indiana av. 

Barnes A. A. photographic gallery, 39 E. 
Washington, r. 237 S. New .Jersey 

Barnes Ellis, supt. Journal office, r. 257 
N. East 

Barnes Erastus, printer. Gazette office, r. 
225 E. Market 

Barnes George W. carpenter, r. 282 Indi- 
ana av. 

Barnes H. F. physician, McOuatt's block, 
r. 197 N. Alabama 

Barnes Jerome B. express wagon, r. 70 
N. California 

Barnes John, carpenter, bds. 83 James 

Barnes Joshua, machinist, B. R. R. shop, 
bds 201 N. Davidson 

Barnes L. N. railroader, r. 83 N. Louisi- 
ana 

Barnes Oliver F. clerk, A. Kahu, r. Mis- 
sissippi, cor. Washington 

Barnes Silas, clerk, J. F. Senour, r. 377 
N. Delaware 

Barnes Thomas A. (Spence & Barnes), r. 
114 S. Illinois 

Barnes Wesley N. printer. Herald officer 
bds. Macy House 

Barnes William, boarding house, 35 W. 
Georgia 

Barnes W. H. attorney at law, 3 Talbott 
and New's block, r. 377 N. Delaware 

Barnet Daniel, bricklayer, bds. Miss E. 
Chapman's, Ft. Wayne av. 

Barnet David (col'd), barber at Gulli- 
ver's shop, basement Blakes block, 
r. 349 N. Alabama 

Barnet Thoma.s, sutler, r. 331 N. New 
Jersey 

Barnett Edward, lab. r. 17 Willard 

Barnhill John, r. 73 N. Liberty 

Barnick William, lab. Ind. Rollingr MilJ 

Barnit Warsaw, tinner, bds. 107 Massa- 
chusetts av. 

Barnitt Thomas, watchman in tower, r. 

219 E. Market 
Barnitz Charles, grocer, 325 E. Washing- 
ton, r. 177 S. Noble 
Barnitz Charles (Barnitz & Denny), real 
estate agt. r. Noble, ne. cor. Harrison 
Barnitz & Denny (Charles Barnitz and 
Robert Denny), real estate agts. 74 
E. Washington 
Barohl Joseph, gunsmith, bds. 225 S. West 
Bnrr Jacob, carpenter, r. 424 N. Delaware 
Barr L. D. rail straightener. Rolling Mill, 
r. 75 W. South 



Fine Silks, at No. 3 Odd Fellows' Hall. 



dealer in Agricultural Implements. P. 0. lock box 378. See adv. op. title. 



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ISarr Nancy Mis. wid. al. bet. Mississippi 
and Tennessee, 1st and Pratt 

Carr Wm. A. yard master, I., P. & C. R. 
W. bds. 424 x\. Delaware 

Barrett Edward, lab. Ind. Rolling Mill 

Barrett E. G. general advertising agent, 
r. 9-5 Huron 

Barrett Henry, clerk, 52 S. Illinois, bds. 
11 S. Mississippi 

IJarrett James (cold), porter, Little's Ho- 
tel 

Barrett John, lab. r. 280 E. Washington 

Barrett Mai-y .Miss, waiter, Spencer House 

Barrett P. lab. r. 174 Meek 

Barrett Michael, lab. r. 245 W. South 

Darrows David P. book-keeper, Omar 
Newman, r. 265 N. Illinois 

Barrows Hollis, machinist, r. 209 W. 
Maryland 

Barrows John J. traveling agt. Omar 
Newman 

Barrows J. L. gardener, Calvin Fletcher, 

Ban-y Edward, carpenter, Helwig, Rob- 
erts & Co. bds. 50 Ellsworth, cor. 

W. Vermont 
Barry Ellen Mrs. r. 368 S. Delaware 
Barry E. H. Sec. and G. S., I. 0. 0. F. r. 

N. Tennessee, cor. 1st 
Barry John, cigar stand, Sherman House, 

bds. same 
Barry Thomas G. elk. Stewart & Morgan, 

bds. Pennsylvania, cor. Ohio 
Baster Edward, carpenter, r. nr. Deaf 

and Dumb Asylum, out side coi'pora- 

tion 
Barth Lewis A. elk, Mayhew & I?ranham 
Barth Sebastiac, grocer and provision 

dealer, 402 S. Tennessee, r. same 
Bartholamew Thomas, cooper, r. 145 

Bright 
Bartlett D. M. student, National Business 

College 
B.'vrtlett George, elk. bds. 166 E. Market 
Bartlett John A. expressman, r. Ft. 

AYayne av. cor. St. Joseph 
Bartlett Joseph L. eating house, 36 W. 

Louisiana, also (Wise & Bartlett), r. 

181 S. Tennessee 
Bartlett Joseph L. jr. elk. Bartlett & 

Williams, bds. 181 S. Tennessee 
Bartlett Lydia Mrs. (col'd), wid. end of 

Tennessee, N. of Tinker 
Bartley Abraham (col'd), lab. r. 158 

Douglas 
Barton Charles W. blacksmith, II. P. 

Kurts, bds. 410 Indiana av. 
Barton Rose (col'd), vrorks at 146 W. 

Vermont 
Barton T. D. genl. freight agt. B. R. W. 

bds. Palmer House 
Base Ernst, lab. Terre Haute R. R. shops, 

r. 70 S. Liberty 



THE SINNISSIPPI 



Confines its Business 



TO THE STATE OF INDIANA. 



Basey James, prop'r Empire saloon and 
restaurant, 23 N. Illinois, r. 23 W. 
Georgia 

Bass Lovell (col'd), huckster, r. Bates, 
cor. Benton 

Bass L. (cold), trader, r. 126 Benton 

Bass Martha (col'd), wid. i-. 223 W. Ver- 
mont 

Bass Robert, (col'd), barber, r. 235 \V. 
Ohio 

Eassctt Horace II. elk. B. D. Jonea. r- 
Pennsylvania, nw. cor. Ohio 

Bassett John II. solicitor, J. S. Dunlop, 
bds. Meridian, nw. cor. New York 

Bastian Charles, cook, W. Selkiug, bds. 
with same 

Buswell P. W. heater. Rolling Mill, bds. 
69 Ann 

Bateman George T. salesman, Elliot, 
Gadd & Co. bds. 76 S. Meridian 

Baterner Adam, book binder, bds. 101 N. 
Mississippi 

Bates Charles A. (Rout & Bates), r. 355 
N. East 

Bates Edward, shoemaker, r. Illinois, bet. 
McCarty and Ray 

Bates Harriet, (cold), r. 240 W. Ohio 

Bates Hervey, sr. 190 E. Market, cor. New 
.Jersey 

Bates Hervey, jr. teller, First National 
Bank of Indianapolis, r. 185 N. Del- 
aware 

BATES HOUSE, R. A. Bell, prop'r, W. 
Washington, nw. cor. Illinois 

Bates Rice T. salesman. Rout & Bates, r. 
355 N. East 

Batey John, lab. I. & C. shops, r. Fletch- 
er's addition 

Bathrick Alonzo, farmer, r. ws. S. West, 
bet. Georgia and Maryland 

Balleman Mrs. wid. 264 Massachusetts 
avenue 

Batly Edwin, carpenter. Many & Sons, r. 
Broadway, cor. Cherry, outside cor- 
poration 

Battou Isaac, carpenter, bds. 346 N. Ala- 
bama, cor. Walnut 

Batty Edward, carpenter, nr. Govera- 
ment Stables 

Batty John H. flour and feed, 22 S. New 
Jersey, r. 213 E. Ohio 

Bauer A. H. operator W. U. Telegraph 
Office, bds. 33 W. Maryland 

Bauer Henry, clerk Cabinet Makers" Un- 
ion, bds. at Mrs. Walsh'.«, S. Georgia 



Rich Real Laces, at Jones, Hess & Davis'. 



Go to 20 West Washington St., to buy your Saddle and Harness Makers' 



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PIANO TUNING. 

LEAVE ORDERS AT 

BENHAM &CO.'S, 

BATES HOUSE CORNEB. 
They employ the Bast Workmen. 

Bauer Joseph, barkeeper, St. Nicholas 

Exchange, has. G2 S. Delaware 
Bauraaii Andrew, lab. r. 81 Elizabeth 
fiawd Edwin, cupenter. at B. R. R. 

Shop, bds. 270 N. Noble 
Bawer M. Mrs. wid. George, r. 77 N< Illi- 
nois 
Baxter H. B. student National Business j Beaver George, mechanic, Goolman, Mor- 

College 
Baxter P. D. r. 246 '.V. Washington 
Baxter Tiiomas, elk. W. &. H. Glenn 
Baymiller Charles P. local editor, r. 130 

Massachusetts avenue 
Bayonet Elizabeth Mrs. 54 Oak 
Bazy Ellen, wid. 267 N. Liberty 
Bazy Fred, works in T. H. R. R, Engine 

House, r. E. Vermont 
Beach Joseph, carpenter, r. Virginia av. 

3d house from East 
Deal John A. attorney at law, 23 E. 

Washington, r. National road, west 

of city 
Be^le C. N. student National Business 

College 
Bcale Joshua, paper hanger, r. 384 N. 

We?t 
Beale M. S. student National Business 

College 
Beall Alexauder C. elk. Bates House, bds. 

same 
Beall John William, butcher, r. 289 E. 

Ohio 
Beam David (Burkctt & Beam), r. 187 S. 

Tennessee 
Bear Charles, elk. L. H. Mossier, bds. J. 

Moses's 
Beard Amos, carpenter, r. 183J W. New 

York 
Beard George M. machinist, r. 98 S. No- 
ble 
Ueard House, Solomon Beard, propr, 69 

W. M:irket, same square Bates House 
Beard J. 0. elk. r. 171 Virginia av. 
B^ard Solomon, prop'r Beard House, r. 

69 W. Market 
Bearden A. M. carpenter, cor. Virginia 

av. and corporation line, r. Bethel 

pike 
Bearss Charles W. horsetrader, 2Sh N. Illi- 
nois, bds. cor. Market and Illinois 
Beasley John E. shoemaker, r. 179 N. 

Tennessee 
Beasley Thomas, shoemaker, bds. 144 N. 

Tennessee 
Beasley T. shoestore, 181 N. Tennessee 



Beatty Walter W. machinist, D. Root & 

Co. bds. Ray House 
Beaty D. S. general business agent, room 
3 Brown's block, r. 194 E. Michigan 
Beaty Elijah H. engineer. Wm. Sheets, r. 
j 214 W. New York 

I Beaty John, lab. r. 9 Walters 
jBeaty John S. student PURDY'S BU^l- 
! NESS COLLEGE 

I Beaty John W. r. 214 W. New York 
I Beaty Robert A. r. 214 W. New York 
Beaver Elizabeth, wid. Thomas, r. Mi- 
nerva, bet. New York and .Market 
Beaver George, muchinist. Case, Marsh 
& Wiggins, r. S. Tennessee, bet. 
South and Georgia 



ris & Co. 

1 Beaver John, teamster, r. 25 E. McCarty 
i Beaver Kate .Mrs. 420 N. East 
I Beck Albert T. student. North Western 
j Christian University, bds. 152 N. 

I Mississippi 

j Beck Christian, gunsmith, 8 S. Penn- 
I sylvania, up stairs, r. 152 N. New 

j Jersey 

I Beck Edward, prop'r Crystal Palace, 44 
W. Washington, r. 27 Maryland, 
I bet. Illinois and Meridian 

j Beck Frederick, butcher, 7 W. McCarty, 

r. same 
! Beck Henry (Beok & Buskink), r. 89 Fort 

Wayne av. 
I Beck Jacob, 334 Railroad 
: Beck James A. baggageman, r. 30 S. 
! West 

I Beck John, messenger American Ex- 
j press Company, bds. 152 N. New 

Jersey 
i Beck John, teamster, r. 27G W. Wash- 
■ ington 

Beck John A. (Graves &. Beck), r. 80 N. 

New Jersey 
Beck J. C. patent rights, bds. Scott House 
Beck Louis, cooper, r. 272 E, Washing- 
ton 
Beck M. barber, B. Fisher, bds. same 
Beck Samuel, gunsmith, 36 Virginia ar. 
j r. 152 W. New York 

j Beck Samuel T. watchmaker, bds. lr>'2 
I N. Mississippi 

I Beck Sarah Miss, bds. 56 Bright 
Beck & Buskink (Henry Beck and Wm. 
Buskink), bakers, 88 Fort Wayn« 
I avenue 

Becker G. elk. H. Leiber, r. 238 S. New 

Jersey 
Becker Henry, lab. Butsch & Dickson, 

r. 330 Railroad av. 
Becker Jacob (Jacob Becker & Co.), r. 

Noble, cor. R. R. track 
Becker Jacob & Co. (Jacob Becker and 
Henry Emerich), merchanE tailors, 
127 E. Washington 



W. G. Dabbs, 21 and 23 Circle St., bet. Market and Meridian Sts. 



Trimmings, Horse Collars, and Carriage Trimmings. 



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Beckett T. M. engineer Central R. R. | 

bds. N. Koble » j 

Beckley James S. huckster, r. 222 Bluff i 

road j 

Bcckmfin William, tenmster, McCord & j 

AVheatley, r. 330 S. Alabama I « . « 

"n-^X-l^r-zrotS '^^i WITH THE SINNISSIPPI. 

Beddar Joseph, lab. r. 315 Massachusetts 



avenue 
Bedlow Robert J. moulder, D. Root & Co. 

r. 20 Coburn 
Beeber Elisha, weodhauler, 380 N. West 
Beeher G. P. bridge carpenter, r. 33 

Meek 
Beeler George M. fiec'y Ind. Horticul- 
tural Society, v. Culvin Fletcher, jr. 
Beeler Louis, saddler, r. 279 N. East 
Beeler Thomas, bricklayer, bds. 880 N. 

West 
Behline William, shormaker, 257 S. Dela- 
ware, r. 259 S. Delaware 
Behm Patrick, lab. lud. Rolling Mill 
Behringan Joseph, bai keeper, Edward 

Santo, r. S. Illinois, nr. McCarty 
B«hrisch Bernard, clothing, retail, 140 

S. Illinois, bds. Spencer House 
Behrman John, lab. Union Depot, r. 172 

S. Noble 
Behymer Daniel, carpenter, r. 308 E. 

Ohio 
BEHY.MER S. commission merchant, 15 

S. Delaware, r. 218 E. South 
Beidenmeister Charles A. book-keeper, 

Free Press Office, r. 149 N. East 
Beilstein Earnst, painter, 152 E. Wash- 
ington, bds. East, cor. Washington 
Belaney Bridget Miss, chambermaid, 

Spencer House 
Belch Nicholas, lab. r. N. Pennsylvania, 

outside corporation, 6th h. 
Belcher William H. r. 14 Walters 
Bclk Frederick, lab. r. 247 S. Delaware 
Bell Alfred R. printer, Herald office, bds. 

Little's Hotel 
Bell Andrew, (col'd), shoemaker, r. 120 

Benton 
Bell James S. book-keeper, bds. 169 S. 

Tennessee 
Bell R. A. prop'r. Bates House, Washing- 
ton, nw. cor. Illinois 
Bell Sarah H. wid. Marmaduke, r. 882 S. 

West 
Bell William, express man, r. W. North, 

sw. cor. Blackford 
Bellefoutaine R. R. Machine Shop, sg. 

Winston, bet. Michigan and Ohio 
Bellefontaine R. R. outer Freight Depot, 

cs. Winston, bet. New York and 

Michigan 
Bellis John, lab. F. T. Buscbs, r. New 

Jersey, bet. Louisiana and South 
Bellows Anne, wid. Elihu, bds. N. Missis- 



Belser George, Washington Foundry, r. 
141 St. Mary's 

Bcliz Franklin, bell boy, Spencer House 

Beltz Jacob, plasterer, r. cor. Elm and 
Cecar 

Bembarg Casper, gunsmith, bds. 129 W. 
Washington 

BEN FRANKLIN JOB ROOMS, E. J. 
Metzger. prop'r, 13 W. Maryland 

Benard Eugene, saloon, 299 E. Washing- 
ton, r. same 

BENCE ROBERT F. physician, o Vin- 
ton's block, op. P. 0. r. 121 Delaware, 
ne. cor. Ohio 

Bender Thomas, currier, 293 E. Market 

Bender Tobia?, currier, John Fishback, 
r. 261 E. Market 

Benedict Abraham (Benedict & Vogel), 
24 W. Louisiana, r. 248 S. Meridian 

BENEDICT & VOGEL (A. Benedict and 
M. Vogel), clothiers, 24 W, Louisi- 
ana 

Benbam Azel M. (A. M. Beuham & Co.), 
bds. 17 J Virginia av. 

BENHAM A. M. & CO. (Azel M. Ben- 
ham and Jeremiah McLean), music 
publishers and dealers, 1 Bates 
House corner 

Benham Henry L. salesman, A. M. Ben- 
ham & Co. bds. 17J Virginia av. 

Beninger John, cooper, r. 448 E.St. Clair 

Benink George, carpenter, bds. 167 E. 
McCarty 

Benjamin D. 0. machinist, r. 303 S. Me- 
ridian 

Bennedict William H. grain dealer, bds. 
64 W. Maryland 

Benner A. U. porter, S\Tiger Manufactur- 
ing Co. bds. Globe House y( 

Bennerchist B. machinist, Sinker & Co. 

Bennett Ann Mrs. r. 19 Hosbrook 

Bennett H. W. pattern maker. Sinker i 
Co. bds. 392 N. Alabama 

Bennett J. B. (Buchanan «fc Bennett), bds. 
63 S. IHinois 

Bennett Matilda, servant, bds. 101 N. 
Mississippi 

Bennett Wm. r. 59 Indiana av. 

Benneway Almon B. bds. 186 N. David- 
son 

Benning Kate, wid. James, r. 317 W. 
Washington 

Benninger Philip, lab. r. 132 N. Noble 

Bennon Charles, lab. Central Depot, r. 71 
Harrison 



Bippi 
W. G. Dabbs, wholesale dealer in Photographic and Ambrotype Stock. 



Omar Newman, east of Union Depot, Wholesale Agent for Indiana, for 



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Musician ! Dealer ! Friend ! 

Whoever ycu are, call again ou 

A. M. BENHAM & CO., 
Fur any article in the MUSIC TRADE. 

i'enson A. butcher, r. 77 W. South 

IJenson David, r. 182 S. Delaware 

Benson Henry C. elk. Louis Danayger, 
bds. S. Mississippi, nr. Washington 

Benson John A. toll gate keeper, end W. 
Washington, r. same 

Uenlon A. R. pres. N. W. C. University, 
N. end Plum, out side corporation 
line 

Benton Harvey S. boiler maker, I. & C. 
R. R. Car Works, r. 02 Fletcher av. 

Bontz Adam, baker, Rowley's Bakery, r. 
204 N. Noble 

Uentz Louis, wagon maker, bds. 204 N. 
Noble 

Berendes Joseph, cabinet maker, N. Jose, 
r. 8 S. Pennsylvania 

J]erg F. Mrs. r. 171 E. South 

Berg Henry, (Ruschhaupt, Zscbcch & 
Berg), r. 235 S. Alabama 

Berg Jasper, currier, Moony & Co. bds. 
Mississippi, bet. Georgia and Louis- 
ianna 

I'ergener G. book-keeper, r. 110 W. Wash- 
ington 

Kerghorn Frederick, lab. B. R. W. shop 

Bergman Francis, soip and candle 
maker, office 61 E. Washington, fac- 
tory and residence, S. West, beyond 
city limits 

Berke Henry, stone mason, r. 844 S. Del- 
aware 

Berkey Emil, shoemaker, bds. 218 E. 
Washington 

Bernard James, sec. Chamber of Com- 
merce, bds. Bates House 

Bernauer Joseph, lab. I. & C. Shop, 132 
Huron •■ 

Bernhainftr Willt?im, plasterer, r. 284 N. 
West 

Bernig William, lab. r. 204 Union 
^Bernstein Samuel, clerk, M. Dernham, 
r. Wabash alley, bet. Ohio and Mar- 
ket, East and New Jersey 

Berry Andy (col'd), lab. bds. 6th, bet. 
Tennessee and Mississippi 

Berry Austin, printer, Journal office, bds. 
Market, cor. Circle 

Berry Charles, bds. Scott House 

Berry John, lab. r. 145 Huron 

Berry John, helper, Ind. Rolling Mill 

Berry John, teamster, r. 225 N. Missis 
sippi 

BERRY JOHN R- sec. Sinnissippi Ins. 
Co. r. 314 W. New York 



Berry L. elk. 25 N. Pennsylvania, bds. 
32 E. Ohio 

Berry Mary Mrs. St. Clair, nr. P. R. R. 
track 

Berry Mike, lab. Arsenal, r. lofi Spring 

Berry Patrick, lab. r. 394 S. West 

Berryman James, machinist. Sinker k 
Co. bds. 88 S. Noble 

Berryman John, blacksmith, r. 88 S. No- 
ble 

Berryman John, porter, Union Depot, r. 
S. Noble 

Berst George, tanner, r. 435 S. Illinois 

Berwin George, salesman, Benjamin Si- 
mon, jr. r. 14 E. Washington 

Bess Valentine, cabinet maker, r. 420 S. 
East 

Bettes William H. shoemaker, r. 170 E. 
Walnut 

Belts Alfred H. cooper, r. 281 N. Missis- 
sippi 

Bever George, machinist, r. 195 S. Ten- 
nessee 

Beyer Adara, r. 78 N. Noble 

Beyer Frederick Mrs. midwife, r. 78 N. 
Noble 

Beyer Geo. carpenter, Calvin Fletcher, 
477 N. New Jersey 

Beyers George, bds. 126 N. Tennessee 

Beyersdorfer George, book-keeper, W. 
Selking, bds. same 

Bick George, elk. A. Bretz 

Bickall J. F., R. E. agt. bds. 232 N. Illi- 
nois 

Bicknell Joseph, printer. Journal office, 
r. 179 Illinois, nr. Union Depot 

Bidd James, (col'd), head waiter, Bates 
House, bds. same 

Biddy James M. lab. r. 558 S. Illinois 

Biden Ella J. Mrs. dress maker, r. 177 
I E. Washington 

I Bidera Mathias, blacksmith, Sinker & Co. 

bds. 132 St. Joseph 
1 Bidleman S. boot and shoe maker, J. N. 
j Rose, r. Huron 

I Bieler J. L. saddjer, fore nan, Reyer & 
I Thorns, r. 123 East 

j Biff Nicholas, shoemaker, L. Wachters, 
! r. 151 N. Noble 

I Bigelow Herbert N. elk. bds. Michigan, 
i cor. Massachusetts av. 

Bigelow I. K. nr. Government Stables 

Bigelow I. S., Dep't U. S. Marshal, office 
P. 0. bldg. r. Michigan, cor. Massa- 
chusetts av. 

Bigley Robert, stone cutter, r. 376 E. 
New York 

Bill Charles, (Bill & Palmer) 

Bill & Palmer, (Charles Bill and W. H. 
Palmer), subscription book publish- 
ers, 13 S. Meridian 

Billings Henry M. painter, Central R. R. 
shop, r. 174 N. Davidson 



Party Silks, at No. 3 Odd Fellows' Hail. 



Grover & Baker Sewing Machines, Retail Office 60 E. Market St. Indianp'Js. 



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Billinrrs J. M. studeiU, Nsilional Business 
College 

Biilings Wm. bricklayer, r. rear 1()5 !•]. 
St,. Mary 

15illino;sley A. D., R. E. iigt. bJs. ws. N. 
Tennessee, bet. 1st and 2d 

Billingsley Henry M. (Hume & Billings- 
ley), r. Tennessee, bet. 4th and 5tli 

Binder William J. printer, Diiily Herald, 
hds. F:ittison House 

Bint,liiini J. J. r. W, .\hiryland, cor. .Mis- 
sissippi 

Bingham J. W. clerk, Daily, Kiefer & Co. 
bds. 148 W. Maryland 

Bingham William B. salesman, Frank 
Wright, r. 32 N. California 

Bingham W. P. (W. P. Bingham & Co.), 
jeweler, r. 32 California 

BINGHAM W. P. & CO. (W. P. Bingham 
and Joseph H. Sprague), watches, 
jewelry and silver ware, 50 E. Wash- 
ington 

Binkley Benjamin Pv. mnchinist Indian- 
apolis AgrieuUuriil Works 

Binkley Samuel (Goolman, Alorris «& Co.) 
r.'lT'J Eddy 

Binkley Samuel, blacksmith r. 115 N. 
Missouri 

Bir Christ, lab. 94 N. Meridian 

Birch Milton, blacksmith, r. 388 W. New 
York 

Birchtield Mary Mrs. wid. 30 Indiana av. 

Bird.-'Vbram, 129 N. Illinois 

Biri Frank, elk. West & Dudley, r. 129 
N. Illinois 

Bird Frank, engineer, I. .% J. R. B. r. i 
cor. Ray and R. R. a v. 

Bird Henry, barber, bds. 75 W. Georgia 

Bird James A. lab. r. cor. Ray and II. R. 
av. 

Birket, Charles W. t.Tilor, r. 408 Virginia 
av. 

Bisbing jMcob, marshal, r. 212 N. West 

Bishop E. B. elk. B. R. \\ . freight office, 
bds. 82 N. Pennsylvani.i, Mrs. 
Bright's 

Bishop George .M. fireman. Engine No. 3, 
bds. Mrs. Conner's 

Bishop Jesse (col'd), lab..r. 490 S. Illinois 

Bishop Lewis, lab. r. 391 N. New Jeisey 

Bishop William, B. R. B. office, r. 244 i\. 
Illinois 

Bishop William, finisher, Ind. Rolling 
Mill 

Bishop William A. V lab. r. 3G(J S. Ten- 
nessee 

Risking Christ,- lab. I. C. R. R. shop 

Bisking William, carpenter, I. & C. R. R 
shop, r. 2d house east, corporation 
line 

Bistaa Edward, butcher, bds. 101 N. .Mis- 
sissippi 

Bistaa James, butcher, bds. 101 N. Mis- 



Office 35 E. Markei Bt= 

ACCUMULATED CAPITAL OVEH 

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Bixby Ella, wid. L. C. boarding hoiiee, 
lo6 E. Market 

Bixby Frank L. student, bds IGO E. Mar- 
ket 

Black Andrew, plasterer, r. 23 W. Rose 

Black George H. carpenter, r. 283 W. 
Michigan 

Black George W. salesman, Robertson ,"i 
Close, bds. Mrs. Reed's 

Black George W. giocer, 312 N. Meridian, 
r. 232 N. Illinois 

Black James B law student, Porter, Har- 
rison & Fishback, r. at office 

Black John, lab. bils. 110 Indiana av. 

Black John, elk. Maey House, bds. san;e 

Black Joshua, deputy constable, r. 246 
N. West 

Black Maria E. wid. Edwin, 127 S. Ten- 
nesisee 

Black Sally, r. nr. 7th, bet. Delaware and 
Pennsylvania, out side corporation 

Black William M. tanner, r. 105 S. Ter,- 
nessee 

Blackledge "William, carpenter, C. Eden 
& CO. r. 293 Winston 

Blackuer Annie, servant, 113 N. Missis- 
sippi 

BlacKwell If. spoke turner, Osgood, Smitii 
k Co. 

Blackwell J. bender, Osgood, Smith & Co. 

Blackwell Thomas, helper, Ind. Rolling: 
Mill, r. 374 S.Tennessee 

Bladen William, elk. New York store, 
bds. 32 Massachusetts av. ^ 

Blaes Nicholas, piop'r, St. Nicholas sa- 
loon, 02 S. Delawaie, r. same 

Blain Thorn; 8, Novelty foundiy, r. ITn 
\V. 2>^ew York 

Blain • Thomas, jr. inacldnist, Union 
Foundry, bds. 175 W. New York 

Blain Willi im, paii;t3r, Louis Helly, bd.-^. 
175 W. New York 

Blaiu V*'ilson, painter, r. 81 Ann 

Blair John, helper, Ind. Rolling Mill 

Blair N. painter, bds. 288 W. WashingloR 

Blake James R. bds. 308 N. Tennessee 

Blake John Geiry, law student, bds. SOS 
N. Tennessee 

Blake John W. altorne}' at law and w.^r 
claim agent, 79 W. Washington, bds. 
Palmer House 

Blake Mrs. wid. (col'd), washer woman, v.- 
2d, W.of R. B. 

Blake Sailie Miss, bds. 139 W. Market 

Blake Samuel, bds. 308 N. Tennessee 



Fine Dress Goods, at No. 3 Odd Fellows' Hall. 



Sulgrove, Reynolds &. Co., Wholesale and Re 


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WHEN TO BUY A PIANO. 

When you can get a 

STANDARD INSTRUMENT, 

yuch as a 

Knabe or a Steinway. 



Blood Lucius, porler, Amoricau Express 

Co. Union depot 
Bloom F. soap manufacturer, r. 27 W. St. 

Clair 
Dloom Peter, Helwigs planiug mill, bds. 

101 N. Mississippi 
Bloom Solomon, (Laud;)uer & Co.), r. 
Cincinnati, 0. 

j Bloomendale H. A. carpentei-, r. 302 W. 

Blake Wm. M. r. 327 N. Tennessee j Washington 

Blftkely Jas. worksatJ. M. Lord's, North, j Bloomer Isaac, law student. Ketchum k 

cor. Pennsylvania i Mitchell 

UUaehard Frederick C. cutter, Dury, j Bloomer I. L. attorney at law, Vhiton's 
Merritt & Wightman, bds. Mrs.! blk. bds. 172 N. East 

Reed's i Bloomer John, lab. r. 331 S. Missouri 

liUnd Hiram, carpenter and builder, 77 ' Blotz J. J. lab. r. 277 Bluff road 

« . Mci^arty, r. same i Blount J. B. student, N. W. C. Universit?, 



li!.AND, MYEBS & WOODBURY (T. A. 
Bland, .J. C. Myers and U. T. W^ood- 
bury), prop'rs, Home Vi.«itor and 
Northwestern Farmer 33^ N. Illinois 

lilund M. Cora Mrs. asst, editor Home 
Visitor, r. 74 S. Mississippi 

LJiMnd Timothy, brickmouldei-, r. 365 E. 
Market 

BLrnd T. A. (Bland, Myers & Wood- 
bury), r. 74 S. Mississippi 

Wiine Ann, wid. John B. s^ileswoman, J. 
W. Copeland, r. 117 Indiana av. 

I'lank Anthony, salesman, C. V^orinegut, 
bds. 180 E. Washington 

Bliuik William, painter, Frank Fertig, r. 
Virginia av. bet. South and Louisi- 
ana 

IJirtnkenship Louis, carpenter, S. West 

I'dare Holdtjn, lab. bds. Sherid^m House 

BKse Henry, Ub. .McCord & Wheatley, 
bds. 173 Union 

it;.-\sueck Christian, cabinet maker, r. j 
474 N. Alabama 

Clata C. -Mrs. groceries, 15(1 Bluff rd. r. 
same 

lUauTelt David C. paper maker, r. 35 
Bright 

ri.auvelt James, cooper, r. 427 E. Ver- 

BlOQt 

Bh.avelt James, jr. fireman, Central R. R. 

bds. 427 E. Michigan 
Blt'BS Eleazer, r. 340 N. New Jersey, sw. 

cor. Walnut 
Kiesaing John, (Elliott, Gadd & Co.), r. 

Shelby ville. Ind. 
BleUner John, blacksmith, r. 284 E. Lou- 
isiana 
Bljzjard John, turnkej', county jail, r. 

Market, i;e. cor. Alabama 
Block Lijaac, (Heinsheimer & Block), r. at 

iBtore 
Block John, lab. Ms. 518 E. Washington 
Blodgett Jane, wid. Andrew, r. N. Nliss- 

iss ppi 
Blogrtterth Victor, mason^ r. 120 N. Noble 
Dlond N. .Mrs. r. 117 Indiana av. 



r. Broadway, es. nr. cor. ("Cherry 
Blue A. M. gas titter, 38 and 40 Kentucky 

av. 
Blue Gerard, farmer, r. 498 N. Illinois 
Blue Vincent, carpenter, r. 365 N. East 
Blue Wm.bds. 498 N. Illinois 
Bly John, r. 399 S.East 
Bly O. H. P. brick maker, r. 82 N. East 
Blythe Samuel, driver, fire engine No. 8. 

r. 187 S. Alabama 
Blythe William, pattern maker, r. 172 S. 

Meridian 
Blythe Wm. M. engineer, Bellefontaino 

U. R. r. 128 Bates 
Boaz William, U. S. Receiver, r. 351 S. 

Pennsylvania 
Boaz William M clerk, circuit clerk's of- 
fice, bds. 351 y. Pennsylvania 
Bobbs Elizabeth Mrs. r. 195 N. Pennsyl- 
vania 
Bobbs J. S, physician, over Harricon's 

Bank 
Bochert Frederick, coppermith. r. 282 E. 

Washington 
Bocksthaler Charles, clerk, A. Metzger & 

Co. r. 72 W. South 
Bodcmiller Leonard, blacksmith, r. 70 St. 

Marys 
Bodenhoimer William, printer. Journal 

office, bds. Scott House 
Bocdenmiller Leonard, carriage smith, y. 

1st, nr. city limits 
Boehm Charles G. elk. Van Camp, Jack- 
son & Co. r. 23 Kentucky a v. 
Boehm David, salesman, Benj. Simon, jr. 

r. 14 E. Washington 
Boehmer H. tailor, M. Criqui, r. New 

Jersey, nr. Blind Asylum 
Boerum Joseph S. mail agent, B. B. W. r. 

414 N. Delaware 
Boese Ernst, porter, Jacob Voegtle 
Boetticher Julius, pub. Indiana Volks- 

blatt, 164 E. Washington, r. snme 
B.jetticher Otto, printer, Volksblatt^oflBce, 

bds. 166 E. Washiuston 



Bogftrdus Wm. lab. Hill & Wingate. r. 
283 E. Georgia 
W. G. Dabbs, wholesale and retail dealer in Albums, Frames, etc. 



Hardware, and Horse Cottar IVIanfrs., 20 West Wasliington Street. 



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IJogfirf. Andy, machinist, Sloan, Burk & 
Woollen, r. 340 S. Delaware 

Bogert Caroline Mrs. r. 260 Patterson 

Boggeas H. 11. (H. H. Boggess & Co.). r. 
179 N. Alabama 

Uoggess H. H. & Co. (Henry H. Boggess, 
William Hacker and Jesse W. Elli- 
ott), real estate and insurance agts. 
Washington, se. cor. Tennessee 

Kogle R. D. saloon, 199 E. Washington, 
r. 329 E. Market 

Hognon C. F. moulder, D. Root & Co. 

Bohlen D. A. architect, r. und office 31 
W. Ohio 

Hohrman John, bagg.ageman, Union de- 
pot, r. 172 S. Noble 

IJokern Joseph, watchmaker, r. 23 N. New 
Jersey 

Bolan Michael, helper, Indianapolis Roll- 
ing Mill, r. 45 Henry 

Bolan VVm. policeman, r. 56 Bright 

Bolaud Kelles, bds. 83 N. Pennsylvania 

Boland Kelles H. elk. Bank of the State 
of Indiana, bds. 61 N. Pennsj'lvania 

i'oiander Jake, butcher, 92 Illinois, cor. 
Ohio 

Hoick John, barkeeper, r. 321 E. Ohio 

Boler John, lab. r. 72 15 ail road 

Boler Mary, wid. r. 72 Railroad 

Boler Kate, chambermaid Little's Hotel 

Boler Ned. lab. r. 72 Railroad 

Bollinger Frank, lab. bds. 342 Virginia 
av. 

Bollman Fred, bakery and confectionery, 
107 E. Washington 

l?o11man Menry, p;iinter, Frank Fertig, r. 
W. Vermont, ni-. Canal 

Bolder George, painter, r. 18 Douglas 

Bolster Frederick, brewer, Frank Wright, 
r. 192 N. Mississippi 

Boltemyer William, lab. r. 339 E. Mc- 
Carty 

Bolfon Annie T. Miss, r. 164 S. New Jer- 
sey 

Bolton James, freight dispatcher and 
yard master B. R. R. r. 289 Winston 

Bombarger David, carpenter, r. 287 Indi- 
ana av. 

Boiner Elizabeth, servant, 48 Circle 

Bomheifer Henry, carpenter, r. 23t) Rail- 
road av. 

Hond A. V. boot and shoe maker, A. Kno- 
dle, r. 67 W. New York 

Bond Caroline .Mrs. r. 41 Huron 

iiond .'esse, wood dealer, r. N. West 

Virtud J. L. livery and wagon yard, Cen- 
ter, bet. Pennsylvania and Delaware, 
north of Market, r. ws. N. Pennsyl- 
vania, 4th house outside of corpora- 
tion 

bond Pleasant, teacher, bds. 347 N. Del- 
aware 

Houd Wm. harness maker, Sulgrove & 
Reynolds, bds. 67 W. New York 



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Not Exceeding Seven Years. 



Bond William A. harues.s maker. Sellers 

& Wood, bds. 35 W. New York 
Bone John, spoke turner, Osgood & Smith, 

r. 324 Railroad av. 
Bonham Burris M. actor, Metropolitan 

Theatre, bds. 14 S. Mississippi 
Bonner Thomas, carpenter, r. 87 Benton 
Boiitaka Henry, carpenter, bds. 60 S. Del- 
aware 
Book Henry, carpenter, bds. 576 E. Waah- 

ington 
Booke Charles, druggist, bds. 72 West 

South 
Booker Edwin (col'd), lab. 180 E. Ohio 
Booker Sarah Mrs. (cold), servant, 180 

E. Ohio 
Bookhorn Christian, wagonmaker, bds. 

98 N. Davidson, cor. Ohio 
Bookhorn VVm. chairmaker, bds. 98 N. 

Davidson, cor. Ohio 
Bookster Jolin, carpenter, I. &, C. railroad 

shop, bds. 61 S.Noble 
Bookstahres Mathias, confectioner, 72 

W. South, bds. 72 W. South 
Bookstahres Sarah Mrs. r. 72 W. South 
Borgfeldt George, (LudorfiF & Co.) r. New 

York 
Borgmann Henry, lab. r. 473 E. Georgia i 
Borgner Charles, cigarmaker, bds. 29 

CJhatham 
Borgner John, stonemason, r. 29 Chat- 
ham 
Boring Ephraim, plasterer, r. 426 N, 

Meiidian 
Born William F. rope:naker, r 259 8. 

West 
Borst Frank, meat market, 22 Bates 

House, r. Bluff road 
Boss John, lab. r. 54 Circle 
BossertJohn, baker, Nickum & Parrot t, 

r. 36 Dougherty 
Bos well John, carpenter, r. Wright, bet. 

Buchanan and Dougherty 
Bothwell Henry, saloon, 208 W. Wash 

ington, r. same 
• ott George F. printer. Daily Telegraph. 

bds. Volk's Garden, Washington 
Bouchet Edward, cleaning and repairing, 

50 Illinois, r. same 
Boulange C. music teacher, r. 152 B. 

Washington 
Bouslog Bashie Miss (Bouslog & Van- 

laningham), r. 28 Virginia av. 
Bouslog Rawley, boarding house, 8?» 

Eddy, r. same 



\V. G. Dabbs can furnish the best Atbumen Paper in the West, at low prices. 



Palmer's Hcrse Hay Forks. See advertisement opposite title page. 



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.a.. K^. BBIg'HA.SS 6e. CO., I BOYD, FERIIEE & JOHNSTON (J. T. 

Bates House Corner,! johuston), pbysici.i,.s, ca n. Penn- 

Wholesale and Ketail Dealers in syl v.inia 

i Bojd Frank A. (Wooa & Bnyd), r. 20 

MUSICAL MEaCHANDISE L 7[r^---- „ , , ,, „ ,- 

I Boyd Georoje \\ . elk. D. K. \\ . bds. 1^. 
OF r.VKKY DESCKIPTION. | g Alabama 



j Boyd J. T. (Boyd, Ferree & Johnston \ v. 

Bousing R. houding bouse, 20 S. Peiin- | in Massachusetts av. 

sylvaiiia, r. same ; Coyd Richard M. carpenter, bds. ^V. 

Bouslog *; Vanlaningham (Miss Bashie j .Market, bet. Illinois and Tennesscf! 

Bonslog and Mrs. Emma Vanlaning- I Coyd Thomas N. (Cramer ."t Boyd), r. 

h.ni), dressmakers and milliners, j ]69 W. Washington 

28 Virgirii i avenue | Boyd William H. telegraph operator, T. 

Bouvy A. iiMsmith, Deloss, Root i Co. r. j H. & I. K. R. bds. Spencer House 

a32 S. Delaware | Boyd William P. ctbinet maker, Mathew 

Covy II. liniier, r. 334 S. Delaware 1 Long, bds. Mrs. Reed's 

Bowen Frank W. president Ind. Oil Co. 1 Boyer .Martin, salesman, J. A. Strausc, 

bds. Rales Hou^e I bds. W. Georgia, bet. Illinois and 

Bowen Oliver, piinter, nr. 7th, bet. Penn- Tennessee 

?ylv.iui.i and Delaware Boyer William (col'd), wliilewasher, r. 



Bowen Pai'ick, lab. r. 3G4 S. Tennessee 

Do wen S. T (Rowen, Stewart & Co ), r. 
82 W. VcM-nio-it 

BOWEN, STEWART & CO. (S. T. Bowen, 
Mis. U'iit. Stewart, C. G. Stewart 
an I A. D. (Jlirkej, wholesale and 
retail ii(i()k"-eliers and stationers, 18 
W. W:.3iiin;;ion 

Bowen ^Villi:^Ml, painter, r. 211 E. Mar- 
ket 

Bowen William C. saloon, 71 S. Illinois, 
r. S!i me 

Bower Goileib. t«ilor, r. S. Illinois 

Bower .Jacob elk. EJ. ilenisch, bds. 176 



81 W. Georgia 
Brach Alvin, book-keeper. Col. Streiglii. 

r. 68 Bates 
Brackeb'ish Charles J. (Lukens & Bracke- 

busli). r. N. Tennessee, bet. Isl and 2d 
Brackebush L. Miss, teacher French and 

German, Ind. Female College 
Brackebush Mrs. ws. N. Tennessee, bet. 

1st and 2d 
Brackebush Otto, elk. Union R. R. Ticket 

Office, r. N. Tennessee, bet. 1st and 

2d 
Bracken Patrick, lab. at 308 N. Tennes- 



tt. Illinois I Brackfn Thomas, lumber dealer, r. o''^ 

Bower l.oitisi .Mrs. r. 318 Winston | W. St. Joseph 

Boweis Georu^c A. bds. 70 N. East Bracken Susan Mrs. wid. 370 Winston 



Bowers R. Mis r 292 S. East 
Bowler Mary, servavi, 282 W. New York 
Bowles George W. bds. Palmer House 
Bowle.s ThoMias fl lawyer, 64 E. Wash- 

iiijitui). r. 493 N. Meridian 
Bowles VVillcni. 34 W. North 
Bowlus George .A. book-keeper, Wiley & 

Martin 
Bowni:ii> A. G painter, Frank Fertig, r. 

2«8 Rniro.id av. 
Bowniiii Fi'iiik (col'd), whitewasher, r. 

Kil l...il,liri :iV. 

BowmMii S. o-iipeuter, bds. 37 Indiana 



Brackin T. E. (Isgrigg & Br...ckin), r. 
ss. W. New York, bet. Bright ani 
Douglass 
Bradamire John F. teamster, r. 223 E. 

.Michigan 
Endeti B. F. teamster, r. 300 W. Ver- 
mont 
Braden David P. marslml Glli district, r. 

807 N. Pennsylvania 
Braden J. (W. & J. Bialen), bds. J. 
i Pyle's, N. Meridian 

j Braden William (Wm. ^c .1. Braden), r. 
I 475 N. Illinois 



ii^ei.ii.- j Br.aden William & J. (William ;ind Jame!< 

Bowman. U illiai!, C. caipentcr, r. 424 S. ! Braden), printers, st.ptioners, blank- 

Illinois book manufacturer." and lithograph- 

Bowser L. •'. (hangsdale & Bowser), r. I ers, 24 W. Washingtnn 

275 S. Noide j Braden William & Co. (Wiiliam Braden 

Boxall ha-ic, lab. Ind. Rolling Mill | and George Koch), hiliographers. 

Boyce William .M. carpenter, r. o03 S. Washington, sw. cor. Meridian 

Emsi Bradey Daniel, lab. r. 134 S. .Meridian 

Boyd B ivnard, l.ib. Charles Cox, r. l.jo j Bradford J. W. piano dealer, bds. Little? 

Hi,e,h I Hotel 

Boyd 1). M. r. t77 S. Alabama j Bradley Bernard, stonecutter, bds. O'Cou- 

j nor House 

Alexandre Kid Gloves, at No. 3 Odd Fellows' Hall. 



Russell's Reapers and Mowers. See advertisement opposite title page. 



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Bradley Frank, lab. Ind. Rolling Mill 

Bradley Jeptha W. elk. W. E, Feather- 
ston, r. 113 S. Benton 

Bradley John M. elk. bds. Col. H. Dailey's 

Bradley Julia, wid. (col'dj, r. 391 W. 
Washington 

Bradley Mary Miss, ehambermaid, Bates 
House 

Bradley William, lab r. al. bet. S. East 
. and S. Noble, nr. I. & C. R R. 

Brado Joseph, snlesmfin, Tyler's Bee 
Hive, r. 199 Virginia av. 

Brado Thomas, dry goods, groceries, etc. 
199 S. East, r. same 

Bradshaw George, carpenter, bds. ss, E. 
Washington, outside corporation 

Bradshaw John, r. 26 E. Vermont 

Bradshaw John W. elk. bds. 1()4 N. East 

Bradshaw Margaret Mrs. r. 264 N. Ten- 
nessee 

Bradshaw William A., U. S. Assessor of 
Internal Revenue, office 14 Talbott 
and New's block, r. 164 N. East 

Bradshaw William J. (W. A. Bradshaw 
& Son), r. 164 N. East 

Bradshaw W. A. & Son (William A. and 
William J. Bradshaw). produce deal- 
ers, 14 Talbot and New's block 

Brady Daniel, lab. bds. Depot Exchange 

Brady Ellen, servant, 282 W. New York 

Brady James, lab. tobacco factory, nr. 
Madison Depot, r. 225 S. Delaware 

Brady James C. musician, r. Delaware, 
bet. South and Duncan 

Brady John, bricklayer, bds. 90 Railroad 

Brady John, boarding house, r. 101 N. 
Mi.«sissippi, ne. cor. Ohio 

Brady Mike, brickmason, es. Illinois, bet. 
4th and 6th 

Brady Rose, servant, 54 Circle 

Bradymire Charles, lab. r. 252 E. Mar- 
ket 

Bradymire Chris, lab. B. R. R. yard, r. 
279 N. Davidson 

Bradymire Enin^r, lab. B. R. R. freight 
house, bds. 279 N. Davidson 

Bragg Thomas F. bds. 119 W. Washing- 
ton 

Brah Leopold, Star saloon, 88 Ft. Wayne 
av. r. same 

Braham Honorah Miss, cloakmaker, bds. 
92 W. Ohio 

Brainard Henry G. with L. W. Rouse & 
Co. bds. Bates House 

Brake John, fireman, Central R. R. bds. 
320 E. Washington 

Braking C. W. drayman, r. 143 Union 

Braman Alonzo, 82 Massachusetts av. 

Bramble William, patternmaker, D. Root 
& Co. r. 320 S. Delaware 

Bramkamp Henry, butcher, r. ws. N. 
Pennsylvania, 5th house outside cor- 
poration 



THE!!«»I1^.'VI1^S!^IPF1 

PAID OVER 

$40,000 IN LOSSES 

During the year 1865. 



14 



Gloves and Hosiery, at 



Bramwell John M. book-keeper, Brown- 
ing & Sloan, r. 68 S. Mississippi 
Bramwell Z. F. engineer, r. 124 E. Mer- 
rill 
Branch nf the Bank of the Sta<e of In- 
diana, Oliver Tousey, president, Geo. 
Tousey, vice president, D. M. Taylor, 
cashier, Washington, ne. cor. Meri- 
dian 
Brand Daniel, tinsmiih, Jacob Voegtle 
Brand Herbert, cook. Little's Hotel 
Brand Thomas T. Capt. chief mustering 
officer, headquarters VVsshington 
Hall, nr. Theater, r. 17^ Virginia av. 
Brandt Ciiristiun (C. & H. Brandt), ss.E. 

Washingion, outside corporation 
Brandt C. & H. (Christian and Heinry), 
grocers, E. Washington, outside cor- 
poration 
Brandt Henry (C. & H. Brandt), r. E. 

Washingion, outside corporation 
Branham Edward (Mayhew & Branham), 

r. 35 Forrest av. 
Brannan John, janitor, P.O. building, r. 

439 Virginia av. 
Branner John (col'd), lab. r. 63 Circle 
Brant Joseph, elk. Sheridan House, bds. 

same 
Branyan James, lab. Ind. Rolling Mill 
Branyan Robert, lab. Ind. Rolling Mill 
Branyan Sarah, wid. Andrew, r. 278 S. 

Mississippi 
Branyan William, lab. Ind. Rolling Mill 
Brasiser Thomas, elk. bds. Scott House 
Braster John, r. 330 S. Alabama 
Brattain H. T. r. 283 E. Georgia 
Brattain Jonathan, teamster, r. 138 Bluff 

road 
Bratton William J. expressman, r. 70 N. 

Delaware 
Bray John S. lieut. of police, r. 240 N. 

East 
Bray Peter L. plasterer, 176 Massachu- 
setts av. 
Bray William, elk. bds. 240 N. East 
Bredehop Dietrich H. expressman, r. 218 

Virginia av. 
Brcdeni Louis, tailor, 463 N. Alabama 
Breedlove David C. r. 153 N. West 
Breen James, B. R. R. tracklayer, r. 339 

Winston 
Bremerman Frederick, wagonmaker, r. 

340 N. Alabama 
Brenholts Lewis, boilermaker, r. 55 Ma- 
ple 

Jones, Hess & Davis'. 



Saddlery Hardware, Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Horse Collars, etc., can 



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Music Dealers 

EATES HOUSE CORNER, 

INDIA!\APOLIS. 



Brenker William, cooper, r. 343 N. New 

Jersey 
BreDDHU Daniel, hostler, Henry Allen, 

hds. W. of West, nr. river 
Brennan John, cooper, California, nr. 

Washington, r. end W. Washington 
BrennMn John, janitor, P. 0. building, r. 

439 Virginia av. 
Brennin Thomas, lab r. 74 Bicking 
Brennan Thomas, apprentice, B. C. Shaw. 

r. 226 Railroad 
Brennjin Thomas, coach painter, bds. 276 

N. Railroad 
Brennan William, lab. r. 276 N. Railroad 
Brenning Fred, carpenter, r. 397 S. Del- 
aware 
Brenning G. photograph artist, bds. E. 

Washington, cor. East 
Brensel Henry, lab D. Root & Co. r. 181 

S. Pennsylvania 
Brese Oliver, carpenter, H. H. Nelson, 

b'Is. 101 N Mississippi 
Bretney Clara Miss, r. 180 N. Missouri 
Bretiiey Eugene, r. 180 N. Missouri 
Bretney Wil iam, policeman, r. 180 N. 

Missouri 
Brett M. L. miller, r. 2 E. Michigan 
BRETZ ADAM, grocer and provision 

dealer, 44 W. Louisiana, r. Illinois, 

bet. Georgia and Louisiana 
Breunig (ieorge, pastor German Metho- 
dist Church, Ohio, bet. New Jersey 

and East, r. 476 N. Alabama 
Breuninger Augustus, groceries, 180 W. 

Washington, r. same 
Brewer Alfred, manager Union telegraph 

line, oifice W. end Union Depot, bds. i 

City Hotel 
Brewer Edward (col'd), barber, r. 160 '> 

Douglass 
Brewer Fannie Miss, dress and cloak i 

maker, Mrs. M. Patterson, r. 413 N. ' 

New Jersey I 

Brewer Margaret Miss, teacher literary 

department, Ind. Female College j 
BrewermyckoflF Samuel, lab. r. ws. N. ! 

Tennessee, bet. 4th and 5th j 

Brian Taylor W. student, PURDY'S 

BUSINESS COLLEGE 
Briant C. C. elk. J. F. Hornaday, r. rear 

of Massachusetts av. 
Brick Michael, helper, Ind. Rolling Mill 
Brickett D. A. Miss, r. 227 W. Market 
Bride John, saloon, bds. Mississippi, cor. 

.Michigan 

W. G. Dabbs, 21 and 23 Circle 



Bridges Charles H. train baggagemaster, 
Ind. Central R. R. bds. 218 N. Ala- 
bama 

Briggermann William (Briggermann & 
Rasener), r. 342 E. Ohio 

Briggermann & Rasener (William Brig- 
germann and Rasener), gro- 
cers, ret. Ohio, cor. Noble 

Briggs Alfred, r 452 S. New Jersey 

Briggs Elizabeth Mrs. r. 888 Indiana av. 

Briggs Erastus, elk. bds. 264 Massachu- 
setts av. 

Briggs .Milton, carpenter, bds. 264 Mas- 
sachusetts av. 

Briggs William, carpenter, r. 264 Massa- 
chusetts av. 

Brigham Charles E. printer, Ben. Frank- 
lin, r. 79 N. Pennsylvania 

Bright Amos, printer, bds. 83 N. Penn- 
sylvania 

Bright C. E Mrs. seamstress, r. 26 Maple 

Bright Eliza .Mrs. boarding house, r. 83 
N. Pennsylvania 

Bright Maria Miss, r. Minerva, bet. Mar- 
ket and New York 

Brill John, carpenter, r. 156 Bluflf rd. 

Brimmer Castin, carriage maker, r. 378 
N. Delaware 

Brimmerman Fred, wagonmaker, r. 340 
N. Alabama 

Brink Christian A. D. salesman, Charles 
Mayer, r. 131 N. New Jersey 

Brink Fred, teamster, John Fishback, r. 
432 E. Vermont 

Brink William, tailor, E. Washington, r. 
393 E Michigan 

Brinkel David, saloon, 62 E. South, r. 
same 

Brinker August, grocer, 174 W. New 
York, r. same 

Brinkley Samuel (Goolman, Morris & 
Co.) 

Brinkman Charles, r. 131 N. New Jersey 

Brinkman John F. grocer, 261 Massachu- 
setts av. r. same 

Brinkmeyer Fred, porter, J. C. Brink- 
meyer, r. 234 Davidson 

Brinkmeyer George, traveling agent, J. 
C. Brinkmeyer, r. 238 Davidson 

Brinkmeyer John C. wines and liquors, 
whol. 82 W. Washington, r 288 N. 
Liberty 

Brinkmeyer & Schneider, (J. C. Brink- 
meyer and J. Schneider), Phoenix 
bell and brass foundry, 26 Union R. 
R. track 

Brinkworth George, elk. C. H. Davidge, 
bds. Mrs. Wise's, Illinois, nr. Ohio 

Brinner John, cooper, r. 878 W. Washing- 
ton 

Brinner John, bds. Walker House 

Brister William, salesman, J. C. Morris, 
37 S. Illinois 

St., bet. Market and Meridian. 



be bought of Sulgrove, Reynolds & Co., 20 West Washington Street. 



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Bristol Anthony I. traveling agent, Daily 
Kiefor & Co. r. 59 W. Maryland 

Bristol William M. elk. Jeff. R. R. r. 189 
E. Mnrket 

Bristor Sam. M. carriagem.iker, r. 135 N. 
Delaware 

Bristor William A. elk. bds. 135 N. Dela- 
ware 

Bristor W. A. ( Bristor & Ebert), r. 135 N. 
Deliiware 

Bristor & Ebert, (W. A. Bristor and John 
Ebert), boots and shoes, ret. 75 East 
Washington 

Bristow Wm. salesman, H. F. Jennings, 
18 S. Illinois 

Brittiiighrim A. helper, Indianapolis Roll- 
ing Mill, bds. 69 Ann 

Britton John G. (col'd), barber shop, 181 
W. Washington, r. same 

Eriiton Samuel, fireman, B. R. R. bds. 71 
Peru 

Brock J. M. blacksmith, bds. 238 West 
Washington 

Brock Robert, carpenter, r. 352 Virginia 
av. 

Brocklin Thomas E. lumber yard, r. New 
York. bet. Bright and Douglass 

Brocksmith Henry, blacksmith, Rusch- 
haupt, Zschech & Berg, r. Huron, bet. 
Noble and Pine 

Brode J.'imes, machinist, r. 23 Willard 

Broden James, mo.ilder, r. 271 E. New 
York 

Brodim John, tinner, bds. 271 East New 
York 

liroden Mike, printer, r. 269 East New 
York 

Brodi'n Patrick, moulder, r 2 Henry 

Broderiok John, machinist, r. 113 North 
West 

Brode'rick Martin, lab. arsenal, bds. 292 
Winston 

Broderick Mary wid. i*: 140 Indiana av. 

Brommel R. lab. r. 26 W. McCIarty 

Brommer Frederick, saloon, 12 S. Dela- 
ware, r. 239 Davidson, cor. Michigan 

Bronson Charles E. printer, r. 324 E. 
E. New York 

Brooker Thomas, mason, r. 6tb, cor. Tenn- 
essee 

Brookman Wm. bds. 54 Oak 

Brooks George C. salesman. Baker & 
Mclver, r. 262 N. East 

Broomendale H. A. carpenter, r. 302 W. 
Washington 

Broop Peter, collarmaker, r. 341 S. Penn- 
sylvania 

Brothers John, blacksmith, r. 560 East 
Washington 

Brothers Robert, helper, Indianapolis 
Rolling Mill 

Brothers William H. photographic gal- 
lery, 2 Washington, nw. cor. Merid- 
ian, bds. Scott House 



Tlie Sifioissippi 



IS A GOOD 



ll§ilE@OMPi^N¥. 



Brough George W. butcher, r. 31? N. No- 
ble 

Brough John W.clk. Bellefontaine R R. 
office, r. 333 S. Alabama 

BROUSE ANDREW, carpenter, 130 East 
New York, r. 138 E. New York 

Brouse Charles W. elk bds. 92 E. Market 

Brouse David, carpenter, A. Brouse, bds. 
138 E. New York 

Brouse J. A. Rev. 92 E. Market 

Brouse Thomas, carpenter, A. Brouse, r. 
144 E. New York 

Brousseau George, lightning rod agent, r. 
136 W. Michigan 

Brower J. bookbinder, W. & J. Braden, 
bds. 126 N. Tennessee 

Brower Theodore, printer, W. & J, Bra- 
den, r. 120 N. Tennessee 

Brown Albert, lab. arsenal, r. 22 Wyom- 
ing 

BROWN ALLEN, First National Saloon, 
Court, rear post office, bds. Duncan 
saloon 

Brown Austin H., A. A. G. Indiana, office 
State House, r. 290 S. Meridian 

Brown A. (A. L. Custerlin & Co.), r. 87 
Illinois 

Brown B. E. blacksmith, r. 81 West Mc- 
Carty 

Brown B F. lawyer, 4. W. Washington, 
r. 290 W. St. Clair 

Brown B. F. railroad agent, bds. 124 N. 
East 

Brown Charles, cook, Bates House 

Brown Cooney, carpenter, r. 435 S. Illi- 
nois 

Brown C. H. r. 299 Indiana av. 

Brown David painter, bds. Seventh, cor. 
Lenox 

Brown Delilah, servant at 287 N, Dela- 
ware 

Brown D. F. sawyer. Indianapolis Rolling 
Mill 

Brown D. H. cond. B. R. W. bds. Little's 
Hotel 

Brown Ellis W. boarding house, 76 S. 
Meridian 

Brown Ellison, house painter, r, ws. N. 
Illinois, bet. Ist and 2d 

Brown E. barkeeper, A. Chapman, bds, 
Eurich's 

Brown Francis M. cashier, C. E. Geisen- 
dorflF & Co. r. 109 Massachusetts av. 

Brown F. grocer, bds. 153 N. Tennessee 



Brown George, r. 392 N. Alabama 
W. G. Dabbs sells the best Positive and Negative Collodion in the Market. 



Omar Newman appoints agents for Grover & Baker Sewing IVIachines, Rus- 



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A. M. BBNHA.M & CO., 
BATES HOUSE CORNER, INDIANAPOnS, 

Keep the largest stock of 

MUSICAL MERCHANDISE 

IW THE STATE. 



Brown George. Q. M. Department, r. 19 

E. Cherry 
Brown George P. C. machinist, r. 383 N. 

Alabama 
Brown Harvey, cond. Jeff. R. R. r. 177 N. 

Delaware 
Brown Harvey, student, PURDY'S BUSI- 

NESS COLLEGE 
Brown Henry, salesman, W. R. Hogshire 

& Co. bds. Pyle House 
Brown Henry (cold), barber, Silas Shu- 
craft 
Brown Henry (col'd), lab. r. 245 W. Ohio 
Brown Ignatius, attorney Bt law and 
claim agent, 37 E. Washington, r. 243 
E. South 
Brown Ira, salesman, P. S. Willard, bds. 

Scott House 
Brown James, Street R. R. driver, bds. 

318 N. Liberty 
Brown James, cooper, r. 12 California 
Brown James A. saddler, r. 380 S. Mis- 
souri 
Brown James D. paper hanger. Roll & 

Smitii, r. New Jersey, city limits 
Brown James H. druggist, A. E. Vinton, 

r. 181 Massachuseetts av. 
Brown James J. carpenter, r. 274 Rail- 
road av. 
Brown Jeremiah (col'd), engineer, r, 349 

N. Alabama 
Brown John. bds. Little's Hotel 
Brown John, cabinet maker, Sloan, Burke 

& Woollen, bds. California House 
Brown John, carpenter, r. 237 W. Ohio 
Brown John,booiand shoemaker, West & 

Dudley, r. 148 W. Vermont 
Brown John, grocer, 814 N. New Jersey 
Brown John, plasterer, r. 318 N. Liberty 
Brown John, tinner, r. 366 N. Alabama 
BROWN JOSEPH H. tinner, 321 Virginia 

av. r. same 
Brown John W. (H. Severin & Co.), r. 

401 N. New Jersey 
Brown Julia Mrs. r. 351 Massachusetts 

avenue 
Brown J. Burgess, railroad agent, r. 15 

Henry 
Brown J. A. (Brown ii Reagan), bdi. 402 

N.New Jersey 
Brown J. C. blacksmith, r. 81 W. WcCar- 

Brown J. H. druggist, Market, nw. cor. ^ Brown Willis (col'd), farmer, 172 W 



Brown Kirrsey (col'd), lab. r. 107 S. No- 
ble 
Brown Laura, servant, 249 N. Alabama, 

cor. Michigan 
Brown Martin, cnrrier, Moony & Co. 

bds. California House 
Brown Mary Mrs. boarding house, 69 Ann 
Brown Mary Miss, chambermaid, Sher- 
man House, bds. same 
Brown Michael, blacksmith, I. & C. R. R. 

shop, bds. 270 E. Washington 
Brown Michael, marble polisher, r. La- 
fayette, nr. St. Clair 
Brown Milton R. elk. Asher & Adams, r. 

76 E. Market 
Brown Mrs. wid. 302 N. New Jersey, nw. 

cor. North 
Brown Nrlson (col'd), barber, W. M. Por- 
ter, bds. 185 W . Georgia 
Brown Ohediah S. physician, r. 294 E. 

South 
Brown Oliver S. tinner, bds. Scott House 
Brown P. A. (Mayor & Brown), r. Vir- 
ginia av. beyond City Limits 
Brown Hichard, blacksmith, Central R. 

R. bds. 320 E. Washington 
Brown Rollin, lab. P. M. May & Co. bds. 

274 Madison av. 
Brown Ryland T. pres. Farmers' and 
Merchants' Ins. Co. r. ne. end Ft. 
Wayne a v. 
Brown R. J. blacksmith. Central R. R. 
shop, bds. E. Washington, bet. Liber- 
ty and Noble 
Brown R. N. general superintendent, B. 

R. W. bds Palmer House 
Brown R. T. physician, r. Western av. 

op. Judge Morrison's 

Brown R. T. general traveling agent, 

Northern Missouri R. R. bds. Bates 

House 

Brown Sal lie Miss, milliner, r. 74 E. Ohio 

Brown Thomas, geneml agt. Sinnissippi 

Ins. Co bds. 314 W. New York 
Brown Wm. elk. P. 0. bds. 318 N. Liberty 
Brown William, Union Depot, r. 349 S. 

Pennsylvania 
Brown William, lab. r. 81 W. McCarty 
Brown William (col'd), porter. Little's 

Hotel 
Brown William C. saloon, 71 S. Illinois, 

r. same 
Brown W. F. chipper, Ind. Rolling Mill 
Brown William J. book binder, Ed. L. 

Palmer, bds. 54 N. Mississippi 
Brown William J. plasterer, r. 125 N. 

Noble 
Brown William M. salesman, L. W. Rous* 

it Co. bds. Bates House 
Brown William P. hat mnfr. 34 Ken- 
tucky av. r. same 



Pennsylvania, r. 181 Massachusetts [ Georgia 

av. 

Cloaks made to Order at No. 3 Odd Fellows' Hall. 



sell's Reapers and Mowers, and Palmer's Horse Hay Forks, lock box 378. 



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Brown W. H. baggage master, Union De- 
pot, r. 349 S. Pennsylvania 
Brown W. 0. chief operator, W. U. tele- 
graph office 
BROWN & JONES (Ignatius Brown and 

Barioii D.Jones), claim agts. 37 E. 

Washington 
Brown & Reagan (J. A. Brown and David 

J. Reagvn), grocers, cor. Ft. Wayne 

av. and St. Clair 
Brownfield Oscar, 23 Arch 
Browning Eiimund, register of lands, r. 

109 Virginia av. 
Browning Frank, elk. Browning & Sloan, 

r. at store 
BiY)wning Gordon, elk. P. 0. bds. 33 W. 

Maryland 
Browning John W. r. 376 N. Tennessee 
Browning Mack, bds. 376 N. Tennessee 
Browning Robert (Browning & Sloan), r. 

172 N. Illinois 
Browning Wood P. elk. Browning & 

Sloan, r. at store 
Browning Z elk. P. 0. 
Browning & Sloan (Robert Browning 

and George W. Sloan), whol. drug- 
gists, 22 W. Washington 
Broyles Moses (col'd), preacher, r. 229 

Minerva 
Brubaker H. W. physician, r. 41 Ken- 
tucky av. 
Bruce Jasper, carpenter, bds. Miss E. 

(Chapman's, Ft. Wayne av. 
Bruehl Eugeiie, printer. Daily Telegraph, 

bds. Volks Garden 
Brueir Charles, lab. Ind. Rolling Mill 
Bruen Newton (col'd), teamster, bds. 

.Massachusetts av. cor. New Jersey 
Bruening Edward (E. & J. Bruening), r. 

6 E. Washington 
Bruening Edward, music teacher, bds. 

140 N Tennessee 
Bruening E. & J. (Edward and Joseph 

Bruening), photographic gallery, 6 

E. VVashingtoa 
Bruening Frederick, drayman, r. 139 

Blutt" rd. 
Bruening Joseph (E. & J. Bruening), r. 

6 E. Washington 
BRUM BACK J. attorney at law, 35^ E. 

Market, r. same 
Brumer Charles, elk. Benham's music 

store, r. 25 W. Pratt 
Brumer Fred. r. 249 N. Davidson 
Brummer Ferdinand, brewer, John Mel- 

kel, r. W. Maryland- 
Brumnemer William F. policeman, r. 22 

N. Douglass 
Brun Jacob, works, Speigel, Thoms & Co. 

r. 121 Ft. Wayne av. 
BRUNDAGE EDWARD C. grocer, se. 

cor. Market and Noble, r. 339 ,E. 

Market 
Brune Mrs. wid. r. 286 N. Noble 



iisrsuRE 

\riTH THE 

SINNISSIPPi, 



Bruner Adnm (Ely & Bruner) 

Bruner .Adam, carpenter, al. bet. Delft- 
ware and Pennsylvania, r. 386 N. 
New Jersey 

Bruner Jacob, carpenter, Many & Sons, 
Spring, r. 402 Michigan, cor. N. 
Davidson 

Bruner John, elk. E. H. Mayo & Co. r. 33| 
S. Meridian 

Bruner John, grocer, ws. N. Tennessee, 
bet. 3d and 4th 

Brunner Fritz, teamster, r. 193 N. David- 
son 

Bruns Henry, teamster and street sprink- 
ler, r. 385 N. New Jersey 

BRYAN ALBERT H physician and sur- 
geon, 126 S. Illinois, r. 420 N. Dela- 
ware 

Bryan Felix A. salesman, J. W. Bryan, 
bds. 420 N. Delaware 

Bryan James C. student, PURDY'S 
BUSINESS COLLEGE, bds. 74 N. 
Pennsylvania 

Bryan James W. drugs and medicines, 
138 S Illinois, r. 420 N. Delaware 

Bryan Julia Miss, waiter, Spencer House 

Bryan J. T. lab F. T. Bu«ch, r. 182 E. Mc- 
Cartv 

Bryan Mike, B. R. R. yard, bds. 339 
Winston 

Bryant John S. conductor, B. R. W. Line, 
bds. 68 S. Mississippi 

Bryant J. G. book agt. bds. ws. Pennsyl- 
vania, bet. Maryland and Georgia 

Bryant Mary (col'd). r. 200 N. Douglass 

BRYANT, STRATTON & CO.'S Busi- 
ness College, 30J W. Washington 

Bryant Theodore R. grocer, bds. 205 E. 
Market 

Bryant Thomas, lab. F. T. Busch, r. 188 
E. McCarty 

Bryant, see also Briant 

Bryles Moses Rev. (cold), pastor Col'd 
Baptist Church, r. Minerva, bet. 
Michigan and North 

Buchanan Catherine, wid. Thomas, r. 316* 
E. Washington 

Buchanan F. C. (Buchanan & Bennett),, 
r. 63 S. Illinois 

Buchanan G. W. carpenter, r. 131 S. East 

Buchanan Ignatius, peddler, r. 340 S. 
Alabama 

Buchanan John, paper maker, r. 298 9. 
Missouri 

Buchanan John A. elk. P. 0. r. 32 S. 



Mississippi 
Have your Cloaks made at No. 3 Odd Fellows' Hall. 



Wholesale and Retail Depot for Carriage and Harness Makers' Supplies, 



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A. M. BENHAM & CO., 

BATES HOUSE CORNER, 

Send Music by mail, post paid, on 
receipt of the market price. 



Buchanan Oliver H. brickmason, r. 159 
N. Mississippi 

Buchanan & Bennett (F. C. Buchanan 
and .J. B. Bennett), eating house, 
63 S. lUiDois, r. SHme 

Buche Frederick (Hoffman & Co.), r. S. 
Delaware, ur. cor. South 

Buche Frederick, shoe store, r. 29 W. 
McCurty 

Buchter George, grocer, 52 S. California, 
r. same 

Buck Charles, division master, Peru R. 
R. r. 30 Biddle 

Buck Chris, carpenter, r. 332 N. Ala- 
bama 

Bucker John, marble polisher, A. J. Wil- 
son, r. 113 St. Joseph 

Bucker John Mrs. provisions and groce- 
ries, 113 St. Joseph 

Buckern Joseph, watchmaker, C. A. Fer- 
guson's, r. 23 N. New Jersey 

Buckhorn William, chairmaker, bds. 98 
Davidson, cor. Ohio 

Buckley Jerry, bds. Walker House 

Buckley John, tailor, bds. Ohio House 

Buckley John, switchman I. & C. R. R. 
r. 32 Lord 

Buckley John D. tailor, r. 301 Indiana av. 

Buckmer M. W. Mrs. bds. 78 N. Tennes- 
see 

Bucksot John W. bds. 482 N. Illinois 

Bucksot William, r. 482 N. Illinois 

Buddenbaum George, porter, Crossland, 
Maguire & Co. bds. 396 Ohio, cor. 
Davidson 

Buddenbaum Henry, r. 396 E. Ohio 

Buddenbaum John, lab. bds. 396 E. Ohio 

Budenz Henry, tailor, r. 266 S. Penn- 
sylvania 

Buehrig H. E., Vaux Hall, Pennsylvania, 
3w. cor South 

Buell C. II. paient medicines, 37 Vir- 
ginia av. r. 187 Virginia av. 

Buem>igel Charles, tinner, r. Tennessee, 
south of Rolling Mill 

Buff iN. G. (C. A. Wright & Co.), r. 524 

N. Mississippi 
Bufkin John C lawyer, office Glenn's 

block, bds. 297 N. Delaware 
Bugbee Alvin W. superintendent Bates 

House, bds. same 
Bugel M. japanner, Jacob Voegle, r. 34 

8. Alab.ima 
Bugg Samuel (col'd), works Mrs. L. M. 
Vance 



Bulach John, bartender, 156 E. Washing- 
ton, bds. 156 E. Washington 
Bullard Mrs. wid. of Talbot, r. 175 E. 

Ohio 
Bullard W. R. physician, Pennsylvania, 

sw. cor. Market, r. 175 E. Ohio 
BuUen William S. bds. 228 E. New York 
BuUett Lucy Mrs. (col'd), 2d street, W. 

ofR R. 
Bullock James B. (Anderson, Bullock & 

Starrett), r. 191 E. Market 
Bulsterbaum A. grocer, 239 S. Meridian, 

r. same 
Bult Fred. jr. drayman, bds. 557 E St. 

Clair 
Bult Henry, drayman, bds. 557 E. St. 

Clair 
Bundy E. M. student, National Business 

('oUege 
Bundity Col. M. L. paymaster U. S. A. 
IIH E. Washington, bds. Brown- 
ing's, Virginia av. 
Bunker Alexander, blacksmith, at Arse- 
nal, r. 365 E. New York 
Bunnan M. lab. bds. James Feriter's 
Bunser William, wagonmaker, 193 S. 

East 
Bunte John (Bunte & Dickson), r. 114 W. 

Vermont 
Bunte & Dickson (John Bunte and Wm. 
B. Dickson), lumber dealers, 387 E, 
Market 
Burbank, milt'y elk. bds. 18 E. Wash- 
ington 
Burchtrof Henry, watchmaker, r. 227 S. 

Pennsylvania 
Burck Thomas, stonecutter, bds. 23 Ken- 
tucky av. 
Burdick William P. watches, jewelry, 
silver and plated ware, 13 N. Meri- 
dian, r. 14 W. North 
Burford W. B. bds. Commercial Hotel 
Burges C. N. foreman bookroom Journal 

office, r. 179 Mfissachuaetts av. 
Burges Wm. G. printer. Journal office, r. 

179 .Massachusetts av. 
Burgess C. C. dentist, 1 Odd Fellows' 

Hall, r. 469 N Meridian 
BURGESS JAMES (Scott, Burgess & 

Co.), r. Sherman House 
Burgmier William, stoncGutter, Scott & 

Nicholson, r. 251 Tennessee 
Burk Andrew, cabinetmaker, r. 340 S. 

Delaware 
Burk Christopher, lab. r. 4 Buchanan 
Burk George, saloon, 81 E. Washington, 

r. 164 S. New Jersey 
Burk Henry, saloon keeper, 13 W. Wash- 
ington, r. 94 N. East 
Burk John, saloon, E. Washington, r. 

269 S. New Jersey 
Burk John, lab. r. 164 Meek 
Burk L. bgy. Ind. Rolling Mill 



W. G. Dabbs, 21 and 23 Circle St., bet. Market and Meridian. 



Horse Collars, etc., at Sulgrove, Reynolds &. Co., 20 W. Washington St. 



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Burk Thomas, bgy. Ind. Rolling Mill 

Burke Catherine Mrs. servant, 54 Circle 

Burke Jacob, elk. r. 30-^ Kailroad av. 

Burke John, coal dealer, r. 254 Tennes- 
see, cor. Michigan 

Burke Mary Mrs. wid. r. 437 N. New 
Jersey 

Burke S. L. carpenter, bds. 437 N. New 
Jersey 

Burke Thomas, lab. Rolling Mill, r. 270 
Railroad av. 

Burke Thomas, lab. r. 91 West 

Burke William, bds. 98 N. Davidson, cor. 
Ohio 

Burke W. C. (Sloan, Bnrke & Woollen), 
bds. 254 Tennessee 

Burkemayer Henry, lab. Union Depot, 
r. 419 Virginia av. 

Burkemeyer William, stonecutter, r. 251 
S. Tennessee 

Burket Hiram, confectioner, Daggett & 
Co. r. 155 N. New Jersey 

Burkhart A J. ice dealer, 248 N. Mis- 
sissippi 

Burkley T. lab r. 124 Meek 

Burks James, traveling agent, Vinnedge 
& Jones, 66 S. Meridian 

Burks John, lab. r. 303 S. Delaware 

Burks John W. sawyer, McCord & 
Wheatley's, r. 303 S. Delaware 

Burnett Eleazer, painter, bds. 81 Indiana 
av. 

BURNETT JEROME C. clerk in Bank 
Department of State, r. 30 N. East 

Burnham Charles, carpenter, bds. 144 
N. Tennessee 

Burnham N. G. (Burnham & Eggert), r. 
38 W. Market 

Burnham William R. blacksmith, bds. 
320 E. Washington 

Burnliam & Bggert (N. G. Burnh.am and 
W. Eggert), physicians, 38 W. Mar- 
ket 

Burns Con. carpenter, r. 269 E. North 

Burns E. elk. W. & H. Glenn, r. 199 S. 
New Jersey 

Burns James, peddler, r. 20 N. Douglass 

Burns John, elk Geisel & Enner's, bds. 
Massachusetts a\. coi'. Noble 

Burns John (Burns & Moist), r. 344 In- 
diana av. 

Burns John, fireman I. & C. R. R. r. Eden's 
block 

Burns John, real estate agent and notary 
public, Washington, nw. cor. Meri- 
dian, r. 255 Indiana av. 

Burns Michael, lab. r. 252 S. West 

Burns M. A. Mrs. r. 31 Hosbrook 

Burns Patrick, lab. r. 1 Willard 

Burns Patrick, lab. r. 13 Henry 

Burns P. carpenter, C. Eden & Co. 

Burns Robert E. student National Busi- 
ness College 

Buins Thos. J. machinist, r. 97 Buchanan 

W. G. Dabbs keeps the best Chemicals 



THE OFFICE OF THE 

Sinnissippi 

IS ON GROUND FLOOR, 

35 2. IVIAB.KST STREET. 



Burns William, lawyer, r. 258 S. Meri- 
dian 

Burns & Moist, (John Burns and M. G. 
Moist), grocers, 340 W. Washing- 
ton 

Burpee Francis L., carpenter, R.R. yard, 
r. 223 N. Mississippi 

Burress William, bartender 101 S. Illi- 
nois, bds. same 

Burris Elizabeth, r. 62 S. California 

Burris Lewis, lab. r. Merrill, bet. West 
and Missouri 

Burris Luke, lab. r. 160 W. Merrill 

Burris Mrs. Sarah wid. r. 372 E. New 
York 

Burus John, lab. Rolling Mill 

Burus Patrick, lab. Rolling Mill 

Burrows A. W. student PURDY'S BUSI- 
NESS COLLEGE 

Burrows Thomas B. Captain, bds. 52 N. 
Pennsylvuia 

Burrows George F., elk. S. Kahn <& Bro. 
bds. 176 Virginia av. 

Burrows G. W. livery stable, 22 N. Penn- 
sylvania, r. 181 Virginia av. 

Burrows Hilleary T. Capt. and A. A. A. 
G. Headquarters Dist. of Ind. bds. 
17^ Virginia av. 

Burrows Thomas, traveling agent Omav 
Newman 

Burrs Thompson, lab. r. 156 W. Merrill 

Burst Thomas, r. 60 N. California 

Burt A. S. traveling agent I. & C. R. R. 
r. 76 Indiana av. 

Burt Frederick, meat market, 22 Illinois, 
r. on BlufiF Road 

BURT, METCALF & OVER (William 
T. Burt, Joseph A. Metcalf and 
Ewald Over), iron, nails, window 
glass and heavy hardware, 68 S. 
Sleridian 

Burt William T. (Burt, Metcalf & Over), 
r. 108 Plum 

Burton Daniel, cooper, cor. Minerva and 
New York, r. 240 N. Mississippi 

Burton G. H. cooper, 77 alley bet. New 
York and Ohio, Mississippi and 
Missouri, r. 138 N. Mississippi 

Burton John C. (Burton & Davis), r. 447 
N. New Jersey 

Burton Martin (Burton & Shilling), r. 
346 N. Illinois 

BURTON & DAVIS, (John C. Burton and 
George Davis), boots and shoes, 
whol. 38 S. Meridian 

In use and will guarantee all he sells. 



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Burton & iShillinpj, (.Martin Burton and 
Richard L. Shilling), trunks and va- 
lises, whol. and ret. 29 S. Illinois 
Busby Wm. brickmason, r. 337 N. Tenn- 
essee 
Busch Adam, carpenter, r. 320 N. Illi- 
nois 
Busch Christian, boots and shoes, 15(5 W. 

Washington, r. same 
Buscher Henry, brewer, r. 26 S. Alabama 
Buscher Henry, saloon, 89 South, r. same 
Buscher Jacob, switchman, nr. gas works, 

r. 432 S. New Jersey 
Buschmann Wm. (H. Severin & Co.), r. 

201 E. St. Mary 
Buser George, policeman, bds. 60 W. 

Market 
Buser Julia Miss, r. 66 N. East 
Bush Adams, carpenter, r. 77 N. Illinois 
Bush Berry, elk, bds. 166 E. Market 
Bush F. P. steam elevators, 99 S. Dela- 
ware, r. 105 N. Meridian 
Bush George M. pawnbroker, 51 S. Illi- 
nois, r. same 
Bush Jacob, grocer, 251 W. Washington, 

r. same 
Bush James (cold), barber, r. 179 Indi- 
ana av. 
Bush Jerry, boilermaker, B. R. W. Shop 
Bush J. B. photographer, W. H. Brothers, 

bds. 166 E. Marke. 
Bush Michael, hostler Henry Allen 
Bush Robert P. porter, r. 166 E. Market 
Bush T. J , telegrrtph operator J A I. R. 
R. freight depot, bds. Mrs. Conner's, 
Virginia av. 
Bush William, brickmason, r. 218 Huron 
Bush William S., reporter on court mar- 
tial, r. 344 N. Alabama 
Buske Henry, carpenter, r. 86 S. East 
Buskel William, soldier, r. E. Washing- 
ton, S. side, outside corporation 
Buskink Wm (Beck & Buskink), bds. 88 

Fort Wayne av. 
BusseCarod, stonemason, r. 417 E. Wash- 
ington 
Bussel William M. coal dealer, bds. 258 

N. Tennessee 
Bussell E. T. patent right solicitor, r. 

258 N. Tennessee 
Bussey John, saloon, 33 N. Illinois, r. S. 

Illinois, opp. Oriental 
Buswell John, carpenter, r. Wright, cor. 
Buchanan 



Butler Ovid D. deputy County Clerk, r. 
Forrest Home 

Butler R. J. grocer, 57 Huron, r. same 

Butler Sarah Mrs. (col'd), N. Tennessee, 
bet. Indiana av. and New York 

Buttler George, Maj. r. 73 Huron 

Butsch George, saloon, 247 S. Delaware, 
r. same 

Butsch Mary Mrs. r. 140 Union 

ButsGh V (V. Butsch & Dickson), r. 107 W. 
South 

BUTSCH V. & DICKSON, (Valentine 
Butsch & James Dixon), coal, lime 
and cement, 27 E. Georgia 

Butterfield Cvrus S. City Clerk, bds. 60 
W. Market 

Butterfield Jasper N. elk. Krauss & Gall, 
r. 125 N. East 

BUTTERFIELD JEREMIAH, Agt. Am- 
erican and United States Express 
Co.'s, r. St. Clair, bet. Meridian and 
Illinois 

Butterfield J. A. (J. A. Butterfield & Co.), 
r. 66 W. New York 

Butterfield J. A. & Co. (J. A. Butterfield, 
A. G Willard & M. A. Stowell), mu- 
sic dealers, 75 E. Market 

Butterfield J. W. printer, r. 227 N. West 

Butterfield Mrs. wid. r. E. end Massachu- 
setts av. 

Butterfield S. A. physician, 382 N. East, 
r. same 

Butterfield Wm. printer, r. 227 N. West 

Butterfield W. W. medical student, bds. 
382 N.East 

Butts T. H.pMperhanger,r. 63 E.McCarty 

Buzett E. F. physician, 52 N. Illinoia, 
cor. Market 

Byerman Lewis, physician, r. 246 E. 
Washington 

Bynn John, hot filer Indianapolis Roll- 
ing Mill 

Byram N. S. (Tousey, Byram & Co.), r. 
289 N. New Jersey 

Byrkit Albert, lab. bds. 119 W. South 

Byrkit Davis Y. book-keeper, bds. 96 S. 
Tennessee 

Byrkit Edwin M. carpenter, bds. 71 Nor- 
wood 

Byrkit Frank, lab. bds. 119 W. South 

Byrkit Hiram, candymaker, bds. 155 N. 
New Jersey 

Byrkit John W. book-keeper Byrkit k 

Beam, r. 71 Norwood 
Byrkit Martin (Byrkit & Beam), r. 96 S. 
Tennessee 

Byrkit Philip, carpenter, r. 155 N. New 

Jersey 
Byrkit Socrates, pressman Ben Franklin 
Printing House, res. 155 N. New 
Jersey 
Byrkit & Beam (^Martin Byrkit and Da- 
vid Beam), sash, door and blind fac- 
tory, 90 S. Tennessee 



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Bywater Edward, elk. New York Store, 

r. 175 S. New Jersey 
Bywater John, carpenter, r. 175 S. New 

Jersey 
Bywater Patrick, carpenter, r. 175 S. 

New Jersey 

pABINET MAKERS' UNION, Furni- 

yj ture Store, 121 E. Washington 

Cady A. A. Mrs. wid. Charles W. r. 24 
W. Circle 

Cady David (Baker & Cady), r. 222 N. 
New Jersey 

Cady Elmor, elk. Cady & Baker, bds. 222 
N. New Jersey 

Cahiiill Mary Miss, servant, 78 E.Ohio 

Cahalan Patrick, lah. r. 130 S. Noble 

Cahall James, foreman, P. M. May & Co. 
r. 264 S. Delaware 

Cahan Michael, lab. r. 52 Edily 

Cahill James, asst. pressman. Daily Her- 
ald, bds. 128 Bluff rd. 

Cahill John, r. 10 Wulter 

Cahill John, spinner, Merritt & Cough- 
len. r. 347 VV. Washington 

Cahill Mary, wid. Hugh, r. 347 W. Wash- 
ington 

Cahill Michael, r. 203 Meek 

Cahm Bernard, engineer, r. 109 N. David- 
son 

Cahn Adolph, elk. 42 W. Louisiana, bds. 
163 W. South 

Cahriiiger John, painter, r. 14 Willard 

Cain John, r. 335 N. East, cor. Walnut 

Cnin Michael, r. 175 E. Louisiana 

Cain Siimuel, carpenter, Thomas Rich- 
ards, r. S. East 

Cain Thomas, lab. W. Q. Smith, r. Ne- 
braska, bet. -Madison and Franklin 

Caldwell A. H. carpenter, r. 138 N Da- 
vidson 

Caldwell John M. (Crossland, Maguire 
& Co.), r. 355 N. Illinois, cor. Walnut 

Caldwell J. M. (E. B. Alvord & Co.), r. 
351 N. Illinois 

Caldwell Samuel H. engineer, r. 132 N. 
Tennessee 

Caldwell S. C. carpenter, r. 181 S. Ten- 
nessee 

Caldwell T. G. tailor, H. W. White, r. 485 
N. Alabama 

Call Hugh, peddler, 116 Oak 

Callahan Daniel, lab. r. 282 S. Missouri 

Callahan James, carpenter, r. 202 W. 
Walnut 

Callahan J. P. engineer, T. B. Elliott's 
warehouse, r. 167 E. South 

Callahan Michael, blacksmith, r. 350 S. 
Delaware 

Callahan Michael, lab. r. 36 Lord 

Callahan Michael, jr. works L. & I. 
freight depot, bds. 202 W. Walnut 

Callahan Peter J. lab. Ind. Rolling Mill 



THE SINNISSIPPI 



Confines its Business 



TO THE STATE OF INDIANA. 



Callahan Peter J. teamster, bds. 348 W. 
Washington 

Callinau D. J. mer. r. 79 W. Ohio 

Calloway John, bricklayer, works at Ar- 
senal, bds. Peter ('rane's, end Massa- 
chusetts av. outside city limits 

Cameron Al. bds. 153 N. Tennessee 

Cameron George, brickmaker, r. 413 S. 
East 

Cameron William D. printer, W. S. Cam- 
eron, r. 278 N. Alabama 

Cameron Wm. S. book and job printer, 
8 Pearl, r. 278 N. Alabama 

Camp Burnside, ns. 7th, bet. Pennsylva- 
nia and Delaware 

Camp Carrington, Mississippi, W. of La- 
fayet'e R. R. track. Col. Allen Ruth- 
erford, commander 

Camp Henry R. bds. Little's Hotel 

Campain J. r. 118 Huron 

Campain Lewis, carpenter, r. 118 Huron 

Campbell Andrew, tailor, r. 334 W.Wash- 
ington 

Campbell Charles C. r 2 W. North 

Campbell Geo. lab. 254 Massachusetts av. 

Campbell George H. elk. Sulgrove & Rey- 
nolds, bds. 2 W. North 

Campbell Henry, P. R. R. agt. r. 504 N. 
Mississippi 

Campbell H. carpenter, 263 S. Delaware 

Campbell James, tanner, bds A. S. 
Kingsley, Michigan rd. nr. Mill 

Campbell John, tailor, r. 334 W. Wash- 
ington 

Campbell .John H., Illinois St. Museum, 
bds. Commercial Hotel _ 

Campbell J. D. publisher, bds. Illiuois, 
cor. Williams 

Campbell Morris, runner, Bates House, 
r. 27 S. Alabama 

Campbell R. A. subscription book and 
picture agency, 46 E. Washington, 
r. 215 W. Ohio 

Campbell R. C. janitor, Vinton's blk. r. 
North, cor. Minerva 

Campbell R. R. elk. W. & H. Glenn, r. E. 
Market, Eden's blk. 

Campbell Samuel, bookbinder. Parsons, 
.Macauley & Co. bds. 2 W. North 

Campbell Samuel, messenger, Fletcher & 
Sharpe's Bank, r. SMme 

Campbell T. S. bookbinder. Hall & Hutch- 
inson, r. 81 W. .Michigan 

Campbell William, blacksmith, r. 272 S. 
Missouri 



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Were exhibited at the World's Fair. 



Stein way &• Sons took the Premium. 

BENflAM & CO. are Agents. 

Campbell William, lab. Ind. Rolling Mill 

Ciimpbell William H. boarding house, 33 
W. Ma 1-3' land 

Can Tlioni.is, buieber, Godfrey Sindlinger, 
bds. 194 S. Illinois 

Canal William, bds. 26 S. Mississippi 

CAN AN JOHN T. asst. elk. 8pencer 
House 

CANAN JOHN W.prop'r Spencer House, 
nw. coi*. Union Depot 

Canan William S. mechanic, Spencer 
House, bds. same 

€aue Dennis, blacksmith. Central R. R. 
shop, r. 400 E. Georgia 

Cane Julius, salesman, Feibelman & 
Rauh, bds. Palmer House 

Canning George, dentist, office Market, 
op. F. 0. r. 172 N. Delaware 

Cannon Alley, elk. J. F. Senour, bds. 
Tennessee and Ohio 

Cannon John, lab. works at Arsenal, bds. 
17 Biddle 

Cantrill D. M. printer. Journal office, r. 
104 W. Vermont 

Gantwell Martin, marble cutter. Dame & 
Co. bds. S. Pennsylvania 

Cantwell Michael, patternmaker. Sink- 
ers Foundry, r. 128 Winston 

CAPITOL DRUG STORE, N. M. Woods, 
prop"r, Massachusetts av. cor. Ver- 
mont 

Capitol Gardens, Kentucky av. sw. cor. 
Tennessee, J. C. Linck, propr. 

Cardill Richard, lab. r. 83 Elm 

Care Mary, servant, Little s Hotel 

Caress Isaac N elk. with Temple C. Har- 
rison, U.S. Sanitary agt. ly W. Wash- 
ington 

Carey Beverly (coVd), whiteWasher, al. 
bet North and Walnut, Alabama and 
Delaware 

Carey H. G. 284 N. Meridian 

Carey James, moulder, Charles Cox, r. 
Green, cor. High 

Carey Jason S. box and barrel factory, 
r. 75 N. Delaware 

Carey John, tailor, bds. Commercial Ho- 
tel 

Carico James L. (Mattis & Carico), r. 268 
N. Blake 

Carico N. E. Mrs. r. 43 Dougherty 

Carl George, machinist, bds. 113 Spring 

Carl Herman, brewer, Gagg & Co. 

Carle Christian, fireman, Central R. R. 
bds. 320 E. Washington 

W. G. Dabbs, 21 and 23 Circle 



Carleton Annie, wid. r. 288 E. Market 

Carleton George T. elk. Wm. & J. Braden, 
r. 283 E. Market 

Carleton P. J. elk. P. 0. bds. 283 E. Mar- 
ket 

Carley Daniel, engineer, bds. 41 N. Ala- 
bima 

Carley John, weaver, bds. 41 N. Alabama 

Carlisle Ann M. wid. Daniel, bds. 117 N. 
Mississippi 

Carlisle Daniel, freight contractor, r. 98 
W. Walnut 

Carlisle Henry D. (Carlisle & McCutch- 
eon), r. 560 N. Illinois 

Carlisle John, miller, W. Market, on Ca- 
nal, r. W. Washington, cor. West 

Carlisle & McCutcheon, (H. D. Carlisle 
and H. C. McCutcheon), storage, for- 
warding and commission, W. Mary- 
land, on Canal 

Carlon John, printer, J. E. Downey, bds. 
East, cor. New York 

Carmichael Jesse I). (Todd, Carmichael 
& Williams), r. 456 N. Meridian 

Carney John, gas fitter, r. 307 S. Dela- 
ware 

Carney John, piler, Indianapolis Rolling 
M'ill 

Carpenter B. 0. (Dame & Co.), r. 165 E. 
South 

Carpenter Charles, bricklayer, bds. 101 
N. Mississippi 

Carpenter David (cold), barber, G. H. 
Lucas, bds. same 

Carpenter P. H. elk. pay dept. bds. Lit- 
tle's Hotel 

Carr George, fireman, C. & I. C. R. R. bds. 
Ill Spring 

Carr James, lab. r. 96 Oak, cor. Cherry 

Ci.rr Richard, street contractor, r. 158 
Maple 

Carr Roland S. (Donaldson & Carr), r. 
490 N. Meridian 

Carr Thomas, grocer, 276 S. Missouri, r. 
same 

Carregan Timothy, lab bds. 60 S. Dela- 
ware 

Carrel William, bricklayer, works at ar- 
senal, bds. Peter Crane's, end Massa- 
chusetts av. nr. Pendleton toll gate 

Carring Bernard, cooper, 285 N. Liberty, 
r. same 

Carroll Anna Miss, supt. cloak room Ty- 
ler's Bee Hive, r. es. Meridian, bet. 
Michigan and Vermont 

Carroll M. E. Miss, teacher, Ind. Female 
College 

Carroll James, marble polisher, A.J. Wil- 
son, bds. Mrs. Kelly's, nr. arsenal 

Carroll James H. (Snider & Carroll) 

Carroll .Michael, lab. r. 43 Henry 

Carson Edward, soldier, 209 W. McCarty 

Carson George, carpenter, r. 363 W. No- 
ble 

St., bet. Market and Meridian. 



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Carter B. M. carpenter, r. N. Mississippi, 
ws. bet. 1st and 2cl 

Carter Charles E. confectioner, r. 121 N. 
Illinois 

CARTER DAVID E. physician and sur- 
geon, 109 N. Illinois, cor. Ohio, r. 
same 

Carter Edward, barber, Bates House, bds. 
same 

Carter Enoch B. boarding house, r. 35W. 
Market 

Carter George, (Leathers & Carter), r. 279 
N. Alabama 

Carter George, tobacconist, r. 62 Greer 

Carter Henry, bds. Walker House 

Carter Henry C. carpenter, r. 438 S. Illi- 
nois 

Carter James, (Haynes & Carter), bds. 65 
W. Michigan 

Carter .John, salesman, Spann & Smith, 
r. 476 N, East 

Carter John W.clk. Adams Ex. Co. r. 271 
W. Washington 

Carter Joshua, carpenter, r. 414 N. Tenn- 
essee 

Carter Richard (col'd), whitewashcr, r. 
Bates, bet. Noble and Benton 

Carter Robert (col'd), elk. M. Mason, bds. 
same 

Carter Robert (col'd), waiter, Exchange 
Saloon, r. Howard, bet. 3d and 4th 

Carter S. A. engineer, Jeff. R. 11. r. 294 
S. Alabama 

Carter Thomas H. carpenter, bds. 102 
Pratt, cor. Delaware 

Carter William E. barkeeper, Shaffer & 
Hehble, bds. 101 S. New Jersey 

Carter William M. barber, Bates House, 
bds. same 

Carton Andrew, lab. r. S. New Jersey, 
nr. McCarty 

Cary James, moulder, C. Cox, r. High, 
cor. Bicking 

Casanova B. Th. ink manufacturer, 266 
Ufiion, r. sume 

Casbaum Frederick, lab. r. 592 East St. 
Clair 

Case Elon E. (Case, Marsh & Wiggins), 
r. 246 N. Meridian 

Case Harvey, engineer, r, 133 N. Lib- 
erty 

Case Henry C. carpenter, Helwig, Rob 
crts & Co. bds. 25 1st 

Case H. bds. 153 N. Tennessee 

Case John, tinsmith, I. L. Frankem, r. 135 
N. Noble 

Case John, lab. r. 135 N. Noble 

Case John B. engineer, McCord & Wheat- 
ley, r. 135 N. Noble 

Case John L. engineer, C. & I. C. R. R. r. 
321 E. Georgia 

Case Lyman, insurance agent, r. 25 West 
1st 

W. G. Dabbs, extensive dealer In all 



That has Good Property Insures 

WITH THE SINNISSIPPI. 



CASE, MARSH & WIGGINS, (Elon E., 
(-ase, Henry B. Marsh and Charles 
P. VViggins). manufacturers of agri- 
cultural implements and farm ma- 
chinery, 86 W. Washington 

Casey Catharine Miss, waiter, Spencer 
House 

Casey Mrs. r. 20 S. East 

Casey Patrick, lab. r. 334 S. Delaware 

Casey Patrick, lab. r. 107 Hosbvook 

Casey Patrick, lab. bds. 270 Railroad av. 

Casey Patrick, works at arsenal, bds. Ax- 
forih 

Casey Thomas A, wood sawyer, bds. 105 
W. Michigan 

Cash Richard M. carpenter, bds. 437 N. 
Mississippi 

Cashbach Peter, moulder, r. 71 Hosbrook 

Cashbum Michael, lab. Rolling Mill, r. 
63 Wyoming 

Casheen William, cai-penter, r. 77 West 
Walnut 

Cashman Martin, varnisher, Spiegel, 
Thoms & Co. bds. 87 S. East 

Cashman Thomas, lab. r. 16 Willard 

Casler Clinton, book-keeper, bds. 27 
Henry 

Gasman Michael, lab. r. 195 Harrison 

Cassaday John, lab. r. 2d, west of rail- 
road, on Canal 

Cassel Clay, student, N.W. C. Universi- 
ty, r. 393 Massachusetts av. 

Casselberry M. Mrs. seamstress, r. 272 
E. North 

Cassell C. H. bds. Walker House 

Cassell George, works at arsenal, bds. P. 
Crane's, end Massachusetts av. near 
toll gate 

Cassell H C. student, PURDY'S BUSI- 
NESS COLLEGE 

Cas erly Thomas, lab. Indianapolis Roll- 
ing Mill 

Cassin John, engineer, Bates House, bds. 
same 

Cassley Jacob, baker, Camp Morton, r. 
267 N. Noble 

Castello William, servant. Bates House 

Caster Edward, grocer, r. 526 N. Meridian 

Casterlin Albert L. (Casterlin & Co.), r, 
87 S. Hlinois 

Casterlin A. L. & Co. (Albert L. Casterlin 
and A. Brown), saloon and restau- 
rant, 87 S. Illinois 

Cathcart Robert W. book-keeper, Merrill 
& Co. r. 258 S. Nc-w Jersey 

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Ohio State Fair, Sept. 1856. 
benham: sc CO. 

ARE AGENTS. 



Catherwood Edward C. sec'y Citizens' 
Street R. VV. cor. Tennessee and 
Louisiana, bds. Bates House 

Catherwood Joe (Giipen & Catherwood), 
bds. 174 Virginia av. 

Catherwood Robert B. pres't Citizens' 
Street R. W. bds. Bates House 

Cntlin Martha, r. 298 W. Marlset 

Catlin Thomas, lab. 94 Fayette, cor. St. 
Cbiir 

Catt iMilton, bleacher, bds. 44 S Illinois 

Catterlin Noah T. student PURDY'S BU- 
SINESS COLLEGE 

Catterson Robert F. foreman R. L. Mc- 
Ouat & Co. bds. 73 N. Illinois 

Catterson S. Mrs. wid. r. 281 N. Noble 

Caulfield Ann, servant, works at 65 VV. 
Michigan 

Caulfield Joseph, hostler Sullivan & Drew 

Caulier J:>raes, gas fitter and plumber, r. 
216 E. South 

Caustin Maria Mrs. (col'd), washer, r. 
265 St. Clair 

Caval Richard (col'd), works 117 Massa- 
chusetts av. 

Cavanagh Matthew, lab. r. 55 Eddy 

Cavanagh Michael, lab. r. 253 S. West 

Cavanagh M. spokegrinder, Osgood? 
Smith & Co. 

Caven John, Mayor of Indianapolis, 
Glenn's Block 19^ E. Washington, 
bds. Bates House 

Cavin James M. real estate agt. r. 178 
N. Mississippi 

Caylor Jacob, stock dealer, r. 612 E, 
Washington 

Caylor Rachel Mrs. wid. r. 115 Ash 

Ceasar Julius, gunsmith, works at arse- 
nal, bds. 185 N. Noble 

Cecil George Silas, lab. r. N. Mississippi, 
ws. het. 3d and 4th 

Cecil Nancy, wid. N. Mississippi, ws. 
bet. 3d and 4th 

Ceider Casmeir, cooper, shop 67 N. No- 
ble, r. same 

Celat Johanna, wid. r. 266 N. West 

Celler Louis, tailor, bds. Golden Gate 
House 

Chadwick Charles, elk. Central R. R. 
bds. 2 Indiana av. cor. Ohio 

Chamber of Commerce, J. Barnard, sec'y, 
Pennsylvania, opp. Post Office 

Chambers Abraham, eng'r Haugh's Ma- 
chine Shop, r. 664 N. Illinois, nw. 
cor. 4th 

French Merinoes, all Colors, 



Chambers Ella Miss, r. 354 W. North 

Chambers James, bookbinder Hall & 
Hutchinson, r. 45 S. Pennsylvania 

Chambers Thoa. hostler, Matthew Long, 
bds. Mrs. Reed's 

Champie Joseph. salesman, Hume, Adams 
& Co. r. 258 S. Tennessee 

Champion William, book-keeper, Simpson 
& Co. r. 263 S. Delaware 

Champion William, pressman, Daily Her- 
ald, r. 163 S. Delaware 

Chandler Eliza, wid. r. 120 W. Maryland 

Chandler George R. printer, Wm. & J. 
Braden, r. 120 W. Maryland 

Chandler Henry C. (H. C. Chandler & 
Co.), r. 276 W. Vermont 

CHANDLER H. C. & CO. (Henry C. 

Chandler and ), printers and 

engravers, sw. cor. Washington and 
Meridian 

Chandler T. E. (Chandler & Taylor), r. 34 
California 

Chandler William, elk. J. J. Merrilt 

Chandler William E. patternmaker, r. 
293 W. Vermont 

Chandler Wilson, student, N. W. C. Uni- 
versity, bds. Broadway, nr. Cherry, 
E. side 

CHANDLER & TAYLOR (Thomas E. 
Chandler and Franklin T.iylor), 
foundry, 370 W. Washinmon 

Chapin C. A. agent 0. D. Case ii (^o. pub- 
lishers, 35 E. Market, bds. Bates 
House 

Chapman Al. saloon, bds. 00 W. ALii ket 

Chapman Alonzo, r. 17 N. West 

Chapman Alonzo, saloon, 25 N. Illinois 

Chapman Anna Miss, r. 347 S. Al.ibama 

Chapman D. C. painier, J. b. Osgood, r. 
ns. 1st bet. Meridian and Illinois 

Chapman Ellen Miss, r. Fort Wayne av. 
opp. Judge Morrison's 

Chapman Geo. H., Judge Marion Coun- 
ty Criminal Court, r. 77 W. Ohio 

Chapman Samuel, dry goods, 227 E. 
Washington, r. 37 Bates 

Chapman T. S. carpenter, 133 N. Tennes- 
see, r. 75 James 

Chapman William, carpenter, r. 281 In- 
diana av. 

Chappreis Felix, pianomaker, Trae.yser & 
Robinson's, bds. Ohio, cor. Missis- 
sippi 

Charles Abram B. carpenter. N. West 

Charles Ben. miller, Mill, W. .Michigan 
road 

Charles Daniel, grocer, ws. Illinois, bet. 
2d and 3d 

Charles John, r. Michigan road 

Charles Thomas, book-keeper B. & S. Cof- 
fin, bds. Pyle House 

CHARTEROAK FIRE INSURANCE CO. 
of Hartford, Conn. C. B. Davis, agt, 
6 Odd Fellows' Hall 

at No. 3 Odd Fellows' Hall. 



ver & Baker Sewing Machines, retail office 60 E. Market St., Indianp'lis. 



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Charter Oak Life Insurance Co. of Hart- 
ford, Conn. A. P. Stanton, agt. 8 E. 
Washington 

Charters Jsunes, ass't straightener, Indi- 
anapolis Rolling Mill, r. 29 Henry 

Chase A E. mail agent, Lafayette R. R. 
r. 130 Virginia av. 

Chase James (Chase & Soper), r. 321 S. 
Delaware 

Chase J. W. (Thompson & Chase), r. cor. 
Delaware and South 

CHASE & SOPER, (James Chase & So- 
lon K. Soper), grocers, 323 S. Del- 
aware 

Cheek Edwin C, Central R. R. stock agt. 
88. E. Washington, outside corpora- 
tion 

Cheek John W. butcher, 230 E. Washing- 
ton, outside corporation, r. same 

Cheely George, tobacconist, P. M. May& 
Co. bds. Ray House 

Cherry James H. r. 424 Virginia av. 

Chester A. A. carpenter and stair-build- 
er at arsenal, r. 278 Winsor 

Chestnut William, bricklayer, r. 280 E. 
Washington 

Chetester William, moulder, D. Root & 
Co.'s, r. McCarty, 4 doors from East 

Chiklers Eliza J. Mrs. r. 235 S Noble 

Childers Jacob, farmer, r. 170 Union 

Childers John R. pumpmaker, r. 235 S. 
Noble 

Childers Joshua, lab. r. Virginia av. bet. 
Noble and (,'edar 

Childers Lavina, wid. Alexander, r. 19 
WiUard 

Childers M. J. Mrs r. 237 S. New Jersey 

Chill Thomas M. Gn carpenter, r. 302 
Railroad av. 

Chills William, lab. Indianapolis Rolling 
Mill 

Chine John, lab. r. Stephenson, bet. East 
and Virginia av. 

Chinn Alonzo C. gunsmith, bds. Indiana 
av. 

Chipman Leander, elk. mil. headquarters, 
r. 220 N. Tennessee 

Chism Robert (col'd), lab. 350 North 

Chittenden Ruth, wid. William, r. 30 
Ann 

Chives Enes, carpenter, r. 346 N. Noble 

Chives James A. shoemaker, works 286 
E. Washington, bds. 14 S. Michigi^n 
road 

Cholette John H. commission merchant, 
r. 28 N. Mississippi 

Christian Chapel, Delaware, sw. cor. Ohio 

Christ Church (Episcopal) North Meri- 
dian, cor. Circle, J. P. T. Ingraham, 
rector 

Christ N. Mrs. r. 145 Virginia av. 

Christian Commission, Indiana Branch, 
78 E. Market, C. N. Todd, Sec'y. 

Blankets and Comforts, at 



THESINNlSi^lPPI 



ISSUES POLICIES FOR ANY TEEM 

Not Exceeding Seven Years. 

Christian Monitor, Mrs. M. M. B. Good- 
win, editor and proprietor, office in 
Journal Building 

Christian Record, Elijah Goodwin, editor 
and piop'r, olfice in Journal bldg. 

Christian Thomas W. brickmason, r. 370 
S. Delaware 

Christian Times and Witness, Rev. E. W. 
Clark, asst. editor, office in Journal 
bldg. 

Christison David, brickmason, r. 50 Hos- 
brook 

Chrisiman Ferdinand, elk Merchants' 
National Bank, r. (old No. 19) W. 
Maryland 

Christman Otto, ice dealer, r.68 S. Illin- 
ois 

Christy Albert, saloon, 26 W. Louisiana, 
r. 13 E. South 

Chschach Gustavus, proper. National 
Foundry, r. 61 Ft. Wayne av. 

Church Henry E. operator, James D. 
Crone & Co. bds. 141 W. South 

Church of United Brethren, Ohio, se. cor. 
New Jersey 

Churcher Eli, carpenter, C. Eden & Co. 

Churchman F. M. (S. A. Fletcher & Co.), 
r. 128 N, Akbama 

CHURt^HMAN W. K, superintendent, 
Indiana Institution for the Blind 

Circle Saloon, George Rhodius, prop'r, 15 
N. Meridian, nr. Circle 

Ciscoe H. C. hub turner, Osgood, Smith 
& Co. 

Cista Detrick, lab. B. & I. R. R. freight 
depot, r. 225 Bluff rd. 

CITIZENS' NATIONAL BANK, Isaiah 
Mansur, pres. A. G. Pettibone, cash. 
3 W. Washington 

Citizens' Street R. R. Office, 132 S. Illi- 
nois, H. H. Calherwood, superinten- 
dent 

Citizens' Street R. R. stables, Louisiana, 
ne. cor. Tennessee 

City Brewery, Gagg & Co. prop'rs, es. 
Pennsylvania, bet. South and Mer- 
rill 

City Clerk's OfiBce, room 8 Glenn's blk. 

City Council Chamber, room 6 Glenn's 
blk. 

CITY DIRECTORY OFFICE, Edwards, 
Greenough & DeVed, publishers, 16J 
E. Washington, room 13 

City Engineer's Office, room 4 Glenn's 
blk. 

No. 3 Odd Fellows' Hall. 



Call and examine Sulgrove, Reynolds & Co.'s stock of Saddlery Hardware, 



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THE MUSICAL PROFESSION 

All recommend 
STEINWAY & SONS' PIANOS. 

BENHAM & CO., BATES HOUSK CORNER, 

Keep an assortment. 



City Flouring Mills, Christopher Heck- 
man, prop'r, E. Washington, cor. No 
Me 

City Hospital, Margaret, nw. cor. Lock 

City Hotel, T. C. Strickland, prop'r, 127 
S. Illinois 

City Marble Works. William Weir, prop'r, 
64 Vii'ginia av. 

City Orplian Asylum, es. N. Tennessee, 
bet. 4th and 5ih, Mrs Sarah B. Har- 
vey, matron and superintendent 

City Treasurer's Office, room 2, Glenn's 
blk. 

Clafee Frederick, woodworker, Busharp, 
r. 38 Dougherty 

Claflin C. C. (A. J. Treat & Co.), r. 489 
N. Meridian 

Clancey Martin, (Milender & Clancey), 
r. 8 New Jersey 

Clark Alfred D. (Bo wen, Stewart & Co.), 
V. 117 N. Mi8.sissippi 

Clark D. physician, 304 N. Illinois, r. 
441 N. Mississippi 

Clark Edmund, pres. Indiana and Illi- 
nois Central R. R. Co. 24^ E. 
Washington, r. 90 Delaware, bet. 
Market ami Ohio 

Clark E. W. Rev. asst. editor Christian 
Times and Witness, r. 373 N. Penn- 
sylvania 

Clark George, traveling agt. Fairbanks 
Scales, 74 W. Washington 

Clark Hampton, grocer. New York, cor. 
Bright, r. same 

Clark Hugh, carriage builder, 46 S. Penn- 
sylvaniii, r. 213 Massachusetts av. 

Clark John, baggage master, L. & I. R. R. 
bds. 400 N. Mississippi 

Clark John, blacksmith, 48 Kentucky av. 
bds. 209 W. South 

Clark John, r. 96 Greer 

Clark L. sawyer. McCord & Wheatley, 
bds. Ray House 

Clark Maria, wid. Joseph, r. 177 W. Ver- 
mont 

Clark M. B. music teacher. Blind Insti- 
tute 

Clark Reuben, carpenter, J. L. Fatout, r. 
176 W. Michigan 

Clark Sally, servant, r. 2 Indiana av. car. 
Ohio 

Clark Sarah Miss, milliner, 15 Massa- 
chusetts av. r. same 

Clark Stephen A. carriage trimmer, 
George Lowe„r. 67 W. Michigan 



Clark S. J. trader, bds. Scott House 
Clark William, tailor, bds. 325 E. Ohio 
Clark William A. elk. Wise & Bartlett, 

bds 107 S. Illinois 
Clark Wilson (col'd), lab. r. 224 N. Mis- 
souri 
Clark W. T., R. R. freight agt. r. 27 Lock- 
erbie 
Clarke Emmett R. elk L. Dessar, bds. 

Benton, sw. cor. Georgia 
Clarke W. H. printer, Journ;il office, bds. 

Cunningham's 
Clarkson Joseph K. printer, r. 86 E. Pratt 
Clarty Alexander, carpenter, r. 175 Bluff 

rd. 
Clary Michael, lab. r. 253 S. West 
Clary Patrick, porter, Palmer House 
Clauson Eras, lab. Ind. Rolling VUH 
Claypool I. J. student, PURDY'S BUSI- 
NESS COLLEGE 
Clayton L. W. tinsmith foreman, Deloss, 
Root 6l Co. r. Alabama, se. cor. Wash- 
ington 
Clearwater Hiram, registry of baggage, 

Union Depot, r. 81 Missouri 
Cleary John W. apprentice. Central R. 

R. r. 206 Huron 
Cleary Joanna Mrs. r. 20S Huron 
Clearer Margaret D. Mrs. r. 227 Union 
Cleary Michael, lab. Ind. Rolling Mill 
Clem -Aaron, merchant, 173 Massachu- 
setts av. 
Clem Franklin, farmer, r. 266 N. Alabama 
Clement Henry N. special agt. New York 
Life Ins. Co. Meridian, sw. cor. 
Washington, bds. 36 N. Meridian 
Clements Augustus, engineer, B. R. R. 

bds. 71 Peru 
Clements Patrick, lab. Ind. Rolling Mill 
Cleveland John B. 300 N. Liberty 
Clifford Kate I. servant, r. N. Meridian 
Clifton Joseph B. lab. r. 4 Pitt 
Cline Charles, butcher, 26 Bright 
Cline George W. tinsmith, bds. Scott 

House 
Cline Isaac, teamster, r. 142 Blackford 
Cline James E. ciirpenter, r. 110 Missouri 
Cline William C. r. 10 Harrison 
Clingenpeel William, elk. Pearl Grocery, 

r. 67 Madison av. 
Clines Peter, sawyer, Hill & Wingate, r. 

116 S East 
Clinton John R. (W. R. Clinton & Bro.), 

bds. 318 E Washington 
Clinton W. R. (W. R. Clinton <s Bro ), r. 

318 E. Washington 
CUnton W. R. & Bro. (Wm. R. Clinton 
and John R. Clinton), flour and feed 
dealers, 318 E. Washington 
Clippenger G W. (Wiley & Clippenger). 

r. 335 N. Pennsylvania 
Cloffe Conrad, street sprinkler, r. 69 Hu- 
ron 
Cloke Christ, lab. r. St. John 



W. G. Dabbs, 21 and 23 Circle St., bet. Market and Meridian Sts. 



Coach and Harness Trimmings, 20 West Washington Street. 



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Close William H. (Robertson & Close), 
bds. Mrs Cnnipbell's 

Clousner Joseph, watchmaker, 171 W. 
Washington, r. same 

Cluck W. C. well digger, r. es. N. Missis- 
sippi, bet. 4th and 5th 

Cluckner John, butcher, Atkinson & Bar- 
ker, bds. .151 W. Washington 

Clune Mary, wid. John, r. 372 S.Tennes- 
see 

Clune Patrick, watchmaker, r. 883 S. II- 
. linois 

Coan Charles H. student, PURDY'S 
BUSINESS rOLLEGE 

Coble Daniel, r. 99 Hosbrook 

Coble George, carpenter, 379 N. West 

Coburn Henry (Coburn & Jones), r. 126 
E. New York 

Coburn John, Judge Circuit Court Ma- 
rion county, r. 126 E. Ohio 

Coburn John, attorney at law, 5 Vinton's 
Block, op. P 0. r. 48 E. Ohio 

Coburn Sarah Mrs. r. 121 N. Delaware 

Coburn & Jones (Henry Coburn and Wil- 
liam H. Jones), lumber dealers, W. 
Georgia, bet. Tennessee and Missis- 
sippi 

Cochr^in Jam.>s, lab. r. 329 S. Pennsyl- 
vania 

Cochran Jesse, elk. Solil, Gibson & Co. 
b.Is. 27 N. California 

Cochran Milton (Cochran & Long), r. 
Thorntown, Iiid. 

Cochriin Samuel, carpenter, rear of N. 
Mississippi, op. Lafayette engine 
house, r. 77 W. First 

Cochran William, earpenter, r. 420 S. 
Illinois 

Cochran William, painter, r. 74 Massa- 
chusetts av. 

Coddington James, plasterer, r. 351 N 
New Jersey 

Coes John, bojirding house, 169 S. Ten- 
nessee, r. same 

Coffin Aaron, wines and liquors, r. 389 
N. Pennsylvania 

Coffin Abraham, cigarmaker, 408 Vir- 
ginia av. 

Coffin A lab. 408 Virginia av. 

Coffin Barnabus (B. & S. Coffin and Con- 
nely, Wiles & Co.) r. 410 N. Penn- 
sylvania 

Coffin B. & S. (Barnabus and Stephen 
Coffin), beef and pork packers, 
Blake, bet. .\hirket and New York, 
1 Vinton's block 

Coffin Eieazar, cigarmaker, r, 370 E. New 
York 

Coffin J. V. elk. Connely, Wiles & Co. 
bds. Scott House 

Coffin Nelson, chairmaker, r. Spring, cor. 
New York 

Coffin W. cigarmaker, C. Brock, bds. 
370 E. New York 



Office 35 E, Markei St. 

ACCUMULATED CAPITAL OVER 

S 5 O O , O O O ■ 

Coifman Jacob, carpenter, r. 255 S. New 
Jersey 

Coffman Joseph H. saddler, Sulgrove, 
Reynolds & Co. bds. 113 Illinois 

Coffman J. S. carpenter, r. 305 Virginia 
av. 

Cogan John, lab. r. 2G Rhode Island 

Coggshall 0. W, gen'l agt. Union Ins. 
(^0. of Indianapolis, r. Western av. 
beyond city limits 

Cogill John, lab. J. T. Dunn, r. 229 Vir- 
ginia av. 

Cogswell Stacy, carpenter, bds. 15 E. 
Ohio 

Cohen Isaac, elk. L. I. Mossier, bds. with 
same 

('ohen Martin, tanner, r 319 N. Noble 

('ohen Samuel, watchmaker, Semmous & 
Co. bds. 43 S. Illinois 

Cohen Adolph, cigarmaker, bds. 119 W. 
South 

Coins Henry, plasterer, bds. 179 S. Illi- 
nois 

Coke Malinda (col'd), washerwoman, r. 
75 Blake 

Colard Isaac, moulder, bds. 164 W. Mary- 
land 

Colden John E. (Colden & Arbuckle), r. 
129 Union 

Colden k Arbuckle (John E. Colden and 
Matthew Arbuckle), real estate agts. 
7 Temperance Hall 

Cole James, barber, 76 wS. West, bds. Ill 
Ohio 

Cole Joseph, bricklayer, r. 137 St. Mary 

Cole W. C. physician, 65 S. Illinois, bds. 
Spencer House 

ColeraHn Charles W, barkeeper, M. M. 
Tarr, bds 34 W. Georgia 

Coleman Henry, prop'r of Chicago Ex- 
change, 123 S. Illinois, r. same 

Coleman Henry, r. 465 S. New Jersey 

( oleman Lizzie Mrs. r. 26 S. West 

Coleman, see also Colman 

Colestock Ephraim, carpenter, r. 250 N, 
Illinois 

Colestock George, bds. 250 N. Illinois 

Colestock Wesley, carpenter, bds. 260 N. 
Illinois 

Colhoun William, machinist, Indianapo- 
lis agricultural works, bds. 107 S. 
Tennessee 

Coll Dennis (Ranahan & Coll), r. 204 
Indiana av. 



W. G. Oabbs, wholesale and retail dealer in Albums, Frames, etc. 



Palmer's Horse Hay Forks, Wholesale, by Omar Newman. 



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A NEW ARTJ OLE OF EXPOET 



Are shipping Pianos to Europe. 
Have the Agency in Indiana. 



CoH Doniinick, elk. Rauahan & CoU, r. 

204 Indiana av. 
Collrtt Worris, salesman, Heinsheimer & 

Block, r. at Btote 
CoUey Siina A. lawyer, office S. Meridian, 

r. 388 N. New Jersey 
Collier Albeit, elk. Dessar & Bros. 
Collier William S. saloon, r. 133 S. New 

Jersey 
Collins Cornelius, plasterer, bds. 101 N. 

Mississippi 
Collins Cornalius, teamster, r. 223 S. 

West 
Collins Honora, servant, works 216 N. 

Delaware 
Collins James, bds. Walker House 
Collins Jeremiah, lithograph printer, Wm. 

Bniden & Co. bds. 22 S. East 
COLLINS JOSEPH G, boarding house, 

64 W. Maryland 
Collins J F. steward Walker House, bds. 

same 
Collins Kate, servant, works 125 E. Wal- 
nut 
Collins Maurice, lab. bds. Mrs. Cohoe's, 

bet. Davidson and Winston 
Collins Robert E. lab. r. 175 E. Washing- 
ton 
Collins William, lab. r. 60 S. Alabama 
Collis Henry, olumber, Cottrell & Knight 
Collman Chris, lab. C. & I. C. R. R. De- 
pot, bds. Liberty, bet. Michigan and 
Aorth 
CoUum George F. pay dep't, bds. Little's 

Hotel 
Colman Henry C. watchman. Gov. Mor- 
ton's office. State House 
Colter M. Mrs. r. 394 S. Delaware 
Colter Wm. C. stonecutter, bds. O'Con- 

ner House, Tennessee 
Cslton Elijah, lab. Ind. Rolling Mill 
Colton William F. car inspector. B. R. 

W. r. 344 E. Market 
Columbus and Indianapolis R.R. Freight 
Depot, W. M. Grayden, agt. S. Dela- 
ware, nr. Pogue's Run 
Columbus and Indianapolis Gen'l Ticket 
Office, J. W. Skiles, gen'l ticket agt. 
Virginia ave. cor. Delaware 
Columbus and Indianapolis R. R. Ma- 
chine Shop, S. Noble, bet. Washing- 
ton and Meek 
Columbus and Indianapolis R. R. Office, 
James M Lunt, gen'l supt. Virginia 
ave. cor. Delaware 



Colver Jacob II. orderly Dist. Headquar- 
ters, 70 E. M:irket 

Colyaur A. physician, 83 S. Meridian 

Combs M. bds. Walker House 

Comegys Henry, house mover, r. 436 S. 
West 

Comegys Levi, carpenter, r. ws. N. Illi- 
nois, bet. 5ih and 6th 

Comingoie J. A. physician, 24^ E. Wash- 
ington, r. 335 N. Liberty 

COMINGORE J. A. & CO. (John A. Com- 
ingore and Edwin T. Williamson), 
boots and shoes, ret. 17 W. Washing- 
Ion 

Comingore William H. book-keeper, J. 
A. Comingore & Co. r. 335 N. Lib- 
erty 

COMMERCIAL HOTEL, F. A. Reitx, 
prop'r, Georgia, ne. cor. Illinois 

Commissary of Subsistence, Col. J. J. 
Sloeum, commissary, 111 E. Wash- 
ington 

Commons John M. asst. sec'y to Gov. 
Morton, r. 472 N. East 

Compton Eli, sup't government stables, 
bds. 15 E. Ohio 

Compion William II. elk. Indiana Fire 
Insurance Co. bds. 152 N. Meridian 

Comstock D. W. bds. Bates House 

Comsiock E. last finisher, Osgood, Smith 
& Co. 

Conaty James B. bleaching, 44 S. Illi- 
nois, r. same 

Concordia House, Ferdinand Motteig, 
prop'r, 200 S. Meridian 

Conden William, lab. r. 30 Ann 

Coudii J. D. office 1 Blackford's block, r. 
134 Virginia av. 

Conduit t Alexander B. (Pee, Conduitt & 
Cox), bds. Sherman House 

Cone W. S. elk. and telegraph operator, 
Madison R. R. Co. 

Conele Charles, machinist. Sinker & Co. 
bds. Washington, cor. Tennessee 

Congregational Church, N. Meridian, 
cor. Circle 

Conkan James, bds. Scott House 
Conklin Henry M. (Conklin & Martins), 
bds. Palmer House 

Conklin Israel, repairer, U. S. Telegraph 
Co. r. 83 N. Missouri 

Conklin James, bds. 252 N. Mississippi 
Conklin James S. student PURDY'S 

BUSINESS COLLEGE 
Conklin John, saloon, bds. 252 N.Missis- 
sippi 
Conklin Mary Mrs. r. 67 Eddy 
Conklin M. D. student National Business 

College 
Conklin & Martins ( Henry M. Conklia 
and Charles E. Martins), sutlers, 
Camp Carrington 
Conkling H. N. grocer, 164 W. Michigan 



The Largest Stock of Cloaks in the City, at No. 3 Odd Fellows' Hall. 



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Conlen Michael, Bible agt.r. 323 Indiana 
av. 

Conley Arthur, elk. J. Ryan, r. 282 S. 
East 

Conlon Alice Miss, elk. Forester & Lent, 
15 Fletcher's av. 

Conly John, watchman, Ind. Rolling 
Mill 

Conn Henry (col'd), lab. Fletcher's Bank, 
r. Elm, ur. corporation line 

CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE INS. 
CO., Folsom & Olin, agts. 35 E. Mar- 
ket 

Connel Murph\, laborer, r. 70 Railroad 

Counell Daniel, lab. r. 60 S. Alabama 

Council John, lab. r. S. Alabama, bet. 
Washington and Maryland 

Connell Morris, lab. I. & C. R. R. shops, 
r. 144 Meek 

Counely Robert (Connely, Wiles & Co.), 
r. 70 E. Maryland 

Connely, Wiles & Co. (Robert Connely, 
W. D, Wiles, D. H. Wiles and B. 
Coffin), grocers, whol. 14w S. Meri- 
dian 

Conner A. H., Post Master, r. 236 E. Mar- 
ket 

Conner B. F. bJs. 236 E. Market 

Conner E. L. Mrs. boarding house, 192 
Virginia av 

Conner Herbert, student, bds. 236 E. 
Market 

Conner Johanna Miss, cook Spencer 
Mouse 

Conner John, lab. r. 72 Benton 

Conner J. carpenter, r. ws. Michigan rd. 

Conner John, elk. Union Dry Goods Store, 
bds. 71 Indiana av. 

Conner Michael, r. 72 Benton 

Conner Michael, lab. r. al. bet. Green and 
Walter 

Conner Minnie, waiter. Little's Hotel 

Conner Robert, lab. B. R. R. shop 

Conner Tliomas, engineei', r. 325 E. Mer- 
rill 

Conner Thomas, shoemaker, 294 S. Dela- 
ware, r. same 

Conner Thomas, lab. r. 276 S. Delaware 

Conners Tim, lab. bds. 292 Winston 

Connolley Arthur, elk. John Ryan & Co. 

Connor Frederick, with B. T. Wilt, bds. 
164 W. Maryland 

Connor John, elk. John W. Ray, bds. 164 
W. Maryland 

Connor Morris, Ind. Rolling Mill 

Connors John, stonecutter, bds. Davidsor., 
nr. Bellefontaine depot 

Conoly George, boilermaker, Washington 
Foundry, r. 78 Forest av. 

Conoly Mahlon S. r. 98 Forest av. 

Conover E. C. switchman, T. H. & I R. R. 
bds. Ill W. South 

Convoy Patrick, tailor, 82 S. West, r. 
same 



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PAID OVER 



$40,000 IN LOSSES 

During the year 1865. 



Converse Joel, bds. Fort Wayne av. cor. 

St. Joseph 
Converse Hetty Miss, servant, 37 Indiana 

av. 
Conway Ann, servant, 89 Indiana av. 
Conway M. Mrs. r. 227 S. Delaware 
Colter William, driver, McClain & Guth- 

ridge, r. 394 S. Delaware 
Coogan William R. auctioneer, r. 83 W. 

South 
Cooglan Louis, mechanic, r. Wilson 
Cook Alfred L. carriage trimmer, George 

Lowe, r. al. bet. Washington and 

Market, East and Liberty 
Cook A. miichinist, Goolman, Morris & 

Co. r. 278Bluflfrd. 
Cook Charles, elk. Adam Bretz, r. 44 W . 

Louisiana 
Cook Christian, lab. Union Depot, r. 26 

Bicking 
Cook David, bds. Little's Hotel 
Cook David, elk. bds. 287 E. Market 
Cook Frank, lab. r. Dacotab, bet. Jones 

and Corporate Limits 
Cook Frederick, saloon, Virginia av. cor. 

Bradshaw 
Cook Frederick, porter, Adams Express 

Co. bds. E. Georgia, nr. Noble 
Cook Frederick, porter, P. 0. r. Virginia 

av. cor. Bradshaw 
Cook George, painter, bds. 302 W, North 
Cook George, engraver, r. 143 Fort 

Wayne av. 
Cook George B. traveling agt. Judson & 

Dodd, bds. Palmer House 
Cook Henry, traveling agt. Judson & 

Dodd, bds. Palmer House 
Cook Henry, works C. & I. C. R. R. Co. r. 

295 E. Georgia 
Cook Henry, plasterer, r. John 
Cook Henry, bricklayer, bds. 38 Chat- 
ham 
Cook Ignus, mechanic, Goolman, Morris 

& Co. 
Cook Jane Miss, r. 24 Indiana av. 
Cook John, machinist. Sinker & Co. bds. 

38 Chatham 
("ook John, finisher, at Sinker's, bds. 38 

Chatham 
Cook John V. (James & Cook), r. 258 N. 

Pennsylvania 
Cook John W. millwright, bds. 73 S. 

Pennsylvania 
Cook Joseph K. dk. Fitzhugh, Pattison & 



Co. r. 31 W. Georgia 
Large stock and Low Prices, at Jones, Hess & O^vis'. 



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A. M. BENHAM & CO., 

Bates House Corner, 

Warrant every Piano sold, 
FOR, FIVE YEAKS. 



Cook Mary (col'd), servant, 251 N. Lib- 
erty 
Cook Mary Mrs. wid. r. 38 Chatham 
Cook S. H. elk. Wm. Powell, r. 376 W. 

North 
Cook T. V. r. 308 E. New York 
Cook William, (Dunbar & Cook), Wash- 
ington, cor. East, r. 83 S. East 
Cook W. & Co. (William Cook and Chas. 
Dunmier), groceries and dry goods, 
249 E. Washington 
Cooley George, traveling agt. bds. Lit- 
tle's Hotel 
Coon Peter (Peter Coon & Co.), 90 E. 
Market 

Coon Peter & Co. (Peter Coon and ), 

real estate, 90 E. Market 
Coon Philip, Market Saloon, 65 N. Ala- 
bama, r. same 
Cooney Ann Mrs. r. 288 Railroad 
Cooney Dennis, lab. r. 27 N. East 
Cooney Thomas, laborer, B. R. R. shop 
Coons A. F. elk. at U. S. Subsistence Of- 
fice, Union Depot 
Coons Frank, elk. Commissary Office, r. 

165 Huron 
Coons Frank, teacher, bds. 67 N. Ala- 
bama 
Coons John W., Deputy County Clerk, 
bds. Mrs. Rockwell's, 134 N.Pennsyl- 
vania 
Cooper Allen, engineer, L. & I. R. R. bds. 

382 N. Tennessee 
Cooper Hamilton, tailor, Mitchell, Glazier 

& Co. r. 260 W. Saint Clair 
Cooper John, finisher, B. F. Haugh, r. 257 

E. McCariy 
Cooper John, stock dealer, r. 422 N. Illi- 
nois 
Cooper J. J. (Cooper & Hare), r. 422 N. 

Illinois 
Cooper William, fireman, L. R. R. bds. 

400 N. Mississippi 
Cooper & Hare (J. J. Cooper and Marcus 
L. Hare), feed stable, 38 E. Mary- 
land 
Coors Augustus F., elk. U. S. Sub. Dep"t, 

r. 494 N. Mississippi 
Copehaver Jacob, R. R. employee, r. ss. 
E. Washington, outside corporation 
Copeland Bradford, salesman, J. W. 

Copeland, bds. with same 
Copeland Henry E. salesman, George K. 
Share & Co. bds. cor. Illinois and 



Copeland James, carpenter, I. & C. R. R. 

r. 197 Bates 
Copeland Jesse, carpenter, 297 Winston 
COPELAND JOSHUA W. millinery and 
millinery goods, 15 S. Meridian and 
8 E. Washington, r. 372 N. Meridian 
Copeland — , elk. J. Harris, S. Illinois, 
bds. 60 W. Market 

COQUILLARD A. T. police agency, 65 
S. Illinois, bds. Bates House 

Coral Willis, brickmaker, r. 199 Meek 

Corb:>ley H. B. elk. at H. B. Finch, r. 16 
Fayette 

Corbaley Samuel B. book-keeper, Spiegel, 
Tlioms & Vo. bds. Meridian, bet. 
Maryland and Georgia 

Corbaley Will H. elk. H. B. Finch, r. 15 
Fayette 

Corbet Kate Miss, waiter, Ind. Inst, for 
the I'.lind 

Corbett James W. traveling agt. Lukens 
& lirackebush, bds. Ohio, bet. Tenn- 
essee and Illinois 

Cord Fritz, watchman, r. 475 W. Michi- 
gan. 

Cord Thomas A. carpenter, r. 211 W. Ohio 

Corey Patrick, at Rolling Mill, bds. 69 
Ann 

Corliss Corydon T. homoeopathist, 72 E. 
Market, r. 17| Virginia av. 

Corn Obed, teamster at arsenal, bds. 340 
N. Noble 

Cornelius Cassius, plasterer, r. 254 S. 
Alabama 

Cornelius C. painter, r. 114 S. Noble 

Cornelius Everett H. machinist B. R. R. 
Shop, bds. with Mr. Mead, Winston 

Cornelius E. G. (Tousey, Byram & Co.), 
r. 429 N, Pennsylvania 

Cornelius Wilber F. (Cornelius & Moran,) 
r. 4 Buchanan 

Cornelius & Moran (Wilber F. Cornelius 
and Samuel Moran), house and sign 
painters, 16 Virginia av. 

Corney Michael, lab. Indianapolis Roll- 
ing Mill 

Cornig Ann, servant, 260 W. Washing- 
ton 

Corradan Lawrence, lab. i. 354 S. West 

Corridan Annie Miss, waiter, Spencer 
House 

Corridan Maria Miss, chamber maid, 
Spencer House 

Corsey A. M. student, National Business 
College 

Corwin John E. (Hume, Adams & Co.), 
bds. Bates House 

Cory A. M. student, National Business 
College 

Cory Patrick, hooker, Indianapolis Roll- 
ing Mill 

Cosby R. N. carpenter and builder, 
Broad, cor. Jackson, r. 112 Plum 



New York 

W. G. Dabbs, 21 and 23 Circle St., bet. Market and Meridian. 



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Cosby Hiram, carpenter, R. N. Cosby, 
"bds. 437 N. New Jersey 

Cosgrove Michael, hooker, Indianapolis 
Rolling Mill, r. 28 Henry 

Cosgrove Rose Mrs. r. Maple, bet. McCar- 
ty and Ray 

Coslow Patrick, employee L. & I. R. R. 
bds 55 Fayette 

Cestelo John, machinist, r. 278 W. Mary 
land 

Costelo John, boilermaker, Sinker & Co. 

Coslello John, boot and shoemaker, r. E. 
South 

Coster A. B. carpenter, H. Hildebrand, r. 
354 N. New Jersey 

Coster Charles, engineer, r. 181 Blake 

Coster David, carpenter. Miller & Shaw, 
r. 236 Winston 

Costin M. H. student, Na.tional Business 
College 

Cotlin William W. Mrs. (Cotlin & Gard- 
ner), bds. 36 W. Maryland 

Cotlin & Gardner, (Mrs. W.W. Cotlin, and 
Mrs. H. R. Gardner), millinery and 
straw goods, 46 W. Washington 

Cotter Patrick, hostler. Wood &Foudray, 
r. at stable 

Cottrell M. Minerva, r. 298 W. Market 

Cottrell Thomas, (Cottrell & Knight), r. 
160 S. New Jersey 

COTTRELL & KNIGHT, (Thomas Cot- 
trell & John Knight), tinners' stocK, 
gas fitters and coppersmiths, 108 S. 
Delaware 

Coughlin Frank, elk. Merritt & Cough- 
lin, r. 282 W. New York 

Coughlin Martin, lab. Indianapolis Roll- 
ing Mill 

Coughlin William (Merritt & Coughlin), 
woolen factors, r. 282 W. New York 

Coulon Charles, justice of the peace, 115 
E. Washington, r. Pearl, bet. Dela- 
ware and Alabama 

Coulon Charles G. jr. bds. Cumberland, 
bet. Alabama and Delaware 

Coulter James (Coulter & White), r. 216 
E. South 

Coulter James H. chief elk. Dist. head- 
quarters, 70 E. Market 

Coulter John, lab. Indianapolis Rolling 
Mill 

Coulter & White (James Coulter and Chas. 
H. White), gas and steam pipe fit- 
ters, 82 ,E. Market 

Council John F. (W. R. Hogshire & Co.), 
r. 79 W. Maryland 

County Jail, Court House Square 

County Sheriff Office, Court House Sqr. 
W. J. H. Robinson, sheriff, r. jail 
building 

Court House, ns Washington, bet. Dela- 
ware and Alabama 

Courtney William, hackdriver, r. 315 
Blake 



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Covane E. Mrs. r. 120 S. Noble 

Covault E. J. salesman, Talbott, Rickard 

& Co. bds. Sherman House 
Covington Braddick (col'd), works tobac- 
co factory of May & Co. South, r. al. 
bet. North and Walnut, Alabama 
and Delaware 
Covington Delia, servant at 132 E. North 
Covington Emily, r. 240 W. Market 
Covington Parthenia, r. 240 W. Market 
Covington Susan, r. 240 W. Market 
Cowan Harriet, wid. William, r. Garden 
Cowen John, paperhanger. Roll & Smith, 

r. Tennessee, nr. R. R. 
Cox Albert G entry elk. Sawyer & Has- 
selman, r. S. Meridian, bet. Mary- 
land and Georgia 
Cox Ann Miss, r. 252 W. Market 
Cox A. J. artist, Alabama, cor. Walnut 
COX CHARLES, proprietor Hoosier State 
Stove Works, 135 S. Delaware, r. 71 
S. Meridian 
Cox Charles H. with Charles Cox, bds. 71 

S. Meridian 
Cox Chittenden A. conductor Street R. 

R. bds. 18 Chatham 
Cox Georgiana Mrs. r. 41 Ellen 
Cox Henry, carpenter, r. 224 W. Wash- 
ington 
Cox Jacob, artist, 26 and 28 W.Wash- 
ington, r. 69 S. Meridian 
Cox James R. bds. 323 W. Washington 
Cox Jeff"erson, carpenter, r. 415 E. Wash- 
ington 
Cox John B. (Pee, Conduitt & Cox), r. 

Morgan Co. Ind. 
Cox J. R. S. law student with John Co- 
burn, bds. Samuel Patterson's 
Cox Morgan, salesman, Landes, Tarking- 
ton & Pattison, bds. Sherman House 
Cox Mrs. r. 664 N. Pennsylvania 
Cox Sophia, wid. r. 252 W. Market 
Cox W. A. painter, 58 N. Pennsylvania, 

bds. Little's Hotel 
Cox William C. (Tomlinson & Cox), bds. 

69 S Meridian 
Coyn Maggie, servant, C3 Circle 
Coyner John, student at N. W. C. Uni- 
versity, bds. 449 E. St. 'Jlair 
Coyner J. S. trader, r. 502 N. Illinois 
Coyner M. L. teamster, r. 449 E. Saint 

Clair 
Cozad Justis L. asst. engineer, B. R. R. 
Cozens Samuel, cook, bds. John, cor. 
Peru 



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In this department of the 

m:i[jsic trade, 

BENHAM & CO.'S STOCK 

IS COMPLETE. 



Cozzens Wtn. (cold), plasterer, 2d door 
W. of Railroad, on Canal 

Crabban John, lab. C. F. Schmidt's 
Brewery 

Craft Amelia G. Mrs. wid. r. 81 Massa- 
chusetts av. 

Craft Frost, bds. 81 Massachusetts av. 

Craft Henry, lab. r. 60 Wyoming; 

Crafi Hiram J. elk. City Engineer, r. 163 
N. Alabama 

Craft John, bds. 81 Massachusetts av. 

Craft John, student, PURDY'S BUSI- 
NESS COLLEGE 

Craft John P. book-keeper. Branch of 
Bank of the State of Indiana, r. es 
Massachusetts av. bet. Alabama and 
Delaware 

Craft Richard, bds. 81 .Massachusetts av. 

Craft Smith, (Van Blaricum & Craft), r. 
286 Indiiina av. 

Craft Werner, bds. 81 Massachusetts av. 

Craft W Fl. watchmiiker and jeweler, 2 
Odd Fellows' Hall, r. 163 N. Ala- 
bama 

Crafion Patrick, student, Bryant, Strat- 
ton & Co. bds. Mississippi, sw. cor. 
Maryland 

Crago Jennie Mrs. boarding house, 133 
N. Davidson 

Craig Alexander, elk. Alford, Talbot & 
Co. Virginia av. 

Craig David P. carpenter, r. 223 N. No- 
ble 

Craig George, lab bds. 110 Indiana av. 

Craig Nelson (cold), lab. bds. ss. 6th, bet. 
Tennessee and iMississippi 

Craig S. A. captain at Soldier's Home, 
bds. 115 N. Illinois 

Craig William, miller, r. 361 Massachu- 
setts av. 

Craig William R. book-keeper, Alford, 
Talbot & Co. r. 66 Fletcher av. 

Craighead Benjamin F. (William Swein- 
harb & Co.), r. Anderson, Ind. 

Craighead Mary J. wid. David, r. 30 W. 
Maryland 

Crail Sylvester B. lab. r. S. West, nr. 
corporate limits 

Crall Leroy, photographer, 191 E. Wash- 
ington 

Cramer Caroline Mrs. r. rear 78 N. Ten- 
nessee 

Cramer John (Cramer & Boyd), r. 169 
W. Waehington 

Merrimack Prints always at 



Cramer Samuel A. deputy Sheriff, 90 N. 
East 

Cramer William, lab. McCord & Wheat 
ley, r. 333 S. East 

Cramer & Boyd (John Cramer and Thos. 
N. Boyd), eating saloon, 169 W. 
Washington 

Crane Daniel, bds. Scott House 

Crane Dennis, porter, Spencer House, r. 
6 Henry 

Crane George W. blacksmith, bds. Illi- 
nois, cor. Maryland 

Crane James D. (James D. Crane & Co.), 
r. 141 W. South 

Crane James D. & Co. (James D. Crane 
and Leonard Crane), photographers, 
31J W. Washington 

Crane John, saddler, Reyer & Thorns, r. 
N. Pennsylvania 

Crane Leonard (James D. Crane & Co.), 
r. 141 W. South 

Crane Peter, passenger engineer, B. R. R. 
r. nr. Pendleton Pike Toll-gate 

Crane Samuel C. elk. with Temple C. 
Harrison, U. S. Sanitary agt. 19 W. 
Washington 

Crapo R. P. picture frames, photographic 
stock, looking glasses, etc. 46 N. 
Pennsylvania, r. sume 

Cravas William, works Ind. Rolling Mill 

Craven John, lab. ns. Merrill, cor. Greer 

Craven W. B. student National Business 
College 

Cravens J. F. asst. physician Insane 
Hospital 

Crawford Eli, meulder, D. Root & Co. r. 
318 S. Delaware 

Crawford Maria Miss, teacher, Indian- 
apolis Female Institute, r. same 

Crawley Thomas, piler Ind. Rolling Mill, 
r. 438 S. West 

Creagea , carpenter, r. 225 N. Noble 

Creep Cutlep, stonemason, r. 334 N. Rail- 
road 

Cregar Henry, r. 331 E. Georgia 

Cregar John, carpenter, N. Mississippi, 
bet. 6th and 6th 

Crew Coleman, lab. r. 270 Massachusetts 
av. 

Crew Drury H. lab. bds. rear 270 Massa- 
chusetts av. 

Criner Mrs. M. E. r. Huron, cor. Cedar 

Criqui M. clothing, ret. 94 E. Washing- 
ton, r. 322 E. Ohio 

Cristee William W. (col'd), teamster, 
Sloan, Burk & Woollen, bds.W. Mar- 
ket, across Canal 

Critchell John (Riggen &Critchell), bda. 
186 N.Tennessee 

Crockett John, railroad man, bds. 113 
Spring 

Croft Mary Miss, teacher of vocal music, 
Indiana Female College 

Croft WilHam, r. 182 N. Missouri 

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Croghan Henry, porter, Fletcher's Bank, 
r. E. end of Elm 

Crolley Daniel, lab. r. 343 S. Delaware 

Crompton Hannah R. astrologist and fe- 
male physician, 42 Kentucky av. r. 
same 

Crompton Henry R. painter, r. 42 Ken- 
tucky av. 

Croney John, watchman, Terre Haute 
Freight Depot, r. 85 W. McCarty 

Cronin James, helper Ind. Rolling Mill 

Cronin Michael, helper Ind Rolling Mill 

Crooner Louis M. elk. H. B. Finch, bds. 
76 S. Meridian 

Crepper Edward, carpenter, r. 78 Fay- 
ette 

Cropper Jonathan, carpenter, r. 78 Fay- 
ette 

Cropper Jonathan, lab. r. es. Illinois, bet. 
(jth and Tinker 

Cropper Johnson, lab. bds. at Jona. Crop- 
per's, es. Illinois, bet. 6th and Tink- 
er 

Cropper Samuel, carpenter, r. 254 N. 
East 

Cropper Simpson, carpenter, bds. 78 Fay- 
ette 

Crosby A. T. money deliverer, American 
Express Co. rooms Eden's blk. 

Crosby John, butcher, C. A. Hawes, bds. 
103 S. New Jersey 

Crosby Michael, saloon, 64 S. Delaware, 
r. s«me 

Crosby R. M. carpenter shop, rear of 36 
Cherry 

Crosby , Lieut. V. R. C. bds. 29 W. 

Pratt 

Crose J. A. book-keeper Paymaster's 
Department, U, S. A. r. 286 N. New 
Jersey 

Crosow William, Union Cabinet Factory 

Cross J. S. meesengei-, Adams Express 
Co. 

Crossland Jacob A. (Crossland, Maguire 
& Co.), r. 394 N. Illinois 

CROSSLAND, MAGUIRE & CO. (Jacob 
A. Crossland, Douglas Maguire, Sam- 
uel C. Hiiiina, William J. Gillespie 
and John M. Caldwell), whol gro- 
cers, 52 S. Meridian 

Crossley Thomas B. saddler, Sulgrove, 
Reynolds & Co. bds. 83 N. Pennsyl- 
vania 

Crosson David (col'd), barber, r. 182 W. 
Georgia 

Crouch George W. plasterer, bds. 121 W. 
New York 

Crouch G. W. horse dealer, r. 176 Vir- 
ginia av. 

Crouch John, plasterer, 42 Helen 

Crouch John, teamster, r. 18 Virginia av. 

Crouch John D. bds. 121 W. New York 

Crowe Hannah Mrs. r. 280 E. Washing- 
ton 



INSURE 

\riTH THE 

SINEIISSIPPI 



Crowley Timothy, teamster, r. 40 Eliza- 
beth 

Crowley AVilliam, paver, r. 376 Missouri 

Crozier George, elk. W. & H. Glenn, r. 
350 N. Meridian 

Cruise Mary, servant, 239 N.Pennsylva- 
nia 

CruU David, carpenter, r. 22 Gregg 

Crull Jacob, teamster, r. 359 N. Alabama 

Crura John, r. 228 E. Louisiana 

Crumling Adam, elk. r. 248 E. Louisiana 

Cruse John P. carpenter, bricklayer and 
builder, S. Delaware, nr. McCarty, 
r. 322 E. Washington 

Crutchfield Stapleton (col'd), works A. 
L. Roach's, 613 N. Pennsylvania 

Crystal Palace Saloon and Restaurant, 
Ed. Beik, prop'r, 44 W. Washington 

Cubal Mrs. r. 127 E. McCarty 

Cubel Henry, carpenter, 137 McCarty, 
bet. Alabama »nd Delaware 

Cubley A. H. student, National Business, 
College 

Culbert P. lab. r. 231 S. Delaware 

Culley Daniel B. book keeper, Cotlrell & 
Knight's, r. 486 N. Pennsylvania 

Culley D. V. real estate agent and col- 
lecting agency, 76 N. Pennsylvania, 
r. 19 E. Ohio 

Culley Lizzie, milliner, r. 179 S. Ten- 
nessee 

Cullum Eberle, printer, Wm. and J. Bra- 
den, r. 211 W, Michigan 

Culley William, engineer, Byrkit & 
Beam, r. 119 S. Tennessee 

Cummings Charles, lab. r. 325 E. Wash- 
ington 

Cummings C. machinist, r. 167 Meek 

Cummings James, pumpmaker, r. 232 S. 
Pennsylvania 

Cummings J. W. lab. C. & L C. R. R. 
Depot, r. Alabama, cor. Washington 

Cummins John, r. 326 W. Washington 

Cummiskey James, tobacconist, P, M. 
May & Co. bds. 22 Fletcher av. 

Cunihan M. lab. bds. James Feriteffs 

Cunningham Ellen Mrs. wid. r. N. Mill, 
bet. 6th and 7th, nr. es. Camp Car- 
rington 

Cunningham F. book-keeper. Hall & 
Huichinson, r. ws. Meridian, nr. 1st 

Cunningham F. P. confectioner and fancy 
baker, 59 N. Illinois, r. same 

Cunningham Hugh, lab. r. 278 E. Geor- 
gia 



Linens, a large stock, at Jones, Hess & Davis', 3 Odd Fellows' Hall. 



Omar Newman, Manufacturers' Agent for Russell's Reaper and Mower, Pal- 



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usic Dealers, 



Employ none but experienced workmen to 
Do their Tuningr and Repairing^. 



Cunningham John, lab. William Con- 
don's 

Cunningham John, carpenter, r. es. Illi- 
nois, bet. 6ih and Tinker 

Cniiningham Joseph, teamster, r. 289 E. 
Ohio 

Curley John, lab. r. al. bet. Greer and 
Walters 

Curley John R. lab. r. Stephens, nr. Vir- 
ginia av. 

Curneban M. lab. C. & I. C. R. R. De- 
pot, bds. Noble, bet. Bates and 
Meek 

Curran D*ivid, printer. Journal office, r. 
6 Huron 

Curran John, works at Aisenal, r. Ax- 
forth 

Curran Patrick, painter, B. C. Shaw's, r. 
56 Huron 

Currin John, lab. r. 60 S. Alabama 

Currin Michael, lab. r. 462 E. Georgia 

Currlen Frederick, cabinetmaker, r. 32 
Henry 

Curry Dorcas Mrs. (col'd), washer, r. 
265 E. St. Clair 

Curry Richard (col'd), barber, r. 269 
Blake 

Cur« )n Mary, wid. Josiah, r. 257 E.Wash- 
ington 

Curtis Andrew, r. 27 Fort Wayne av. 

Curtis Charles, engineer, City Steamer 
No. 2, r. 166 N. Delaware 

Curtis C. F. manager Gem Billiard 
Room, r. Stevenson, bet. Virginia 
av. and East 

CURTIS CORNELIUS S., Vice President 
Farmers' and Merchants' Insurance 
Co. office, room 3 Blackfoid's block, 
bus. 64 W. Maryland 

Curtis Joseph (col'd), whitewasher, r. 
203 W. North 

Curtis Truman, stationary engineer, r. 
163 Stephenson 

Curzon Joseph, architect, office in Jour- 
ifal bldg. r. 376 N. Illinois 

Cashing Garrett, peddler, r. 73 James 

CUSHMAN EMMA MISS, actress, Me- 
tropolitan Theater, bds. Palmer 
House 

Cusick John, grocer, 75 West, r. same 

Cussen Jerry, fancy goods, Indiana av. 
2 doors N. of Michigan, r. same 

Custer Daniel, bar tender, 197 E. Wash- 
ington, bds. same 

Custer Theodore, lab. r. 265 Union 



Cuykendal'l W. A. engineer on I. & C. R. 
R. r. 330 E. Louisiana 

DABBS W. G., Photographic Stock 
Depot, 21 and 23 E. Circle, bds. U^ 
Virginia av. 

Dacy Patrick, Rolling Mill 

Daerfifel Herman, barkeeeper, Christ, 
Dammeyer, bds. Christ. Dammeyer's 

Daggert Daniel, carriagemaker. bds. 35 
W. Market 

Daggett William (Daggett & Co.), r. 280 
N. New Jersey 

DAGGETT & CO. (William Daggett and 
George C. Webster), confectioners, 
dealers in teas, fruits, fire works, etc. 
32 S. Meridian 

Daguet Alphones C. foreman, Charles 
Cox, r. 288 Railroad av. 

Daid Townsend (col'd), lab. r. 203 W. 
North 

Daid William (col'd), lab. r. 203 W, 
North 

Dailey Maggie, laundress, Ind. Institu- 
tion for the Blind 

Dailey Nicholas, elk. Thomas Redmond, 
bds. S. Illinois, nr. Union Depot 

Dailey Nicholas, bar tender, 130 S. Illi- 
nois, bds. 107 S. Illinois 

Dailey Owen B. machinist, Central R. R. 
bds. 61 S. Noble 

DAILY TELEGRAPH, Telegraph Com- 
pany, office 13 W. Maryland 

Dailey William, lab. B. R. R. r. 343 Win- 
ston 

Daily ('on. lab. rear 163 St. Joseph 

Daily Eugene, lab. r. 248 S. West 

DAILY EVENING GAZETTE, J. W. 
JORDAN, editor and proprietor, 32 
and 34 S. Meridian, up stairs 

Daily Harrison H. (Daily, Kiefer & 
Rush). 77 E. Ohio /'Tr>x 

Daily Jenny Miss, S. New Jersey---J_y 

Daily L. H. saddler, r. 184 Virginia av. 

Daily Nicholas, at Connely, Wiles & Co'9 

Daily Philip M.. salesman, bds. 77 E. 
Ohio 

Daily, Kiefer & Co. (H.H. Daily, Augustus 
Kiefer and W. P. Rush), druggists, 
wholesale, 143 S. Meridian 

Dain Edward T. painter, Baffmann & 
De Turk, r. N. Delaware, near city 
limits 

Dain Rol ert C. paperhanger, r. 280 N. 
New Jersey 

Dain Thomas, r. 58 St. Mary 

Daine Charles, elk. bds. 206 Winston 

Daine William, drayman, r. 206 Winston 

Dale W. H. confectioner, retail, es. Camp 
C'irrington, bet. 4t.h and 5th, bds. 
300 W. Mississippi 

Dales Alfred, carpenter, r. 202 Minerva 

Dall Peter, lab. Sinker & Co, r. 131 E. 
McCarty 



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Daly Eugene, carpenter, C. Eden & C.o's 

r. 248 S. West 
Daly Kate, servant, N. Tennessee, se. 

cov. Ohio 
Dame Jason, (Dame & Co.), r. 287 S. 

New Jt'fsey 
Dame & Co (Jason Dame and B. 0. Car- 

penterj. marble wareroom, 69 E. 

Washington 
Damme Frank, patternmaker, D. Root & 

Co. r. 8:27 S. E.ist 
Dammeyer (Christ, boarding house and 

saloon, lb3 S. Illinois 
Dancyger Louis, clothier, 69 S. Illinois, r. 

147 W. Maryland 
Dane Peter, cabinetmaker, r. 118 Bluff 

road 
Danever James R. carpenter, bds. 69 W, 

Market 
Danforth A. J. r. 432 N. Pennsylvania 
Daniel James, lab. John W. Raf e, res. 

same 
Daniels Lewis W, carpenter, bds. 109 S. 

New Jersey 
Daniels Mary, washerwoman, r. 170 

Douglass 
Daniels Samuel, watchman. Central De- 
pot, r. 109 S. New Jersey 
Daniels Thomas, butcher, r. 210 Union 
Dannal Thomas, carpenter, es. Illinois, 

bet. 6th and Tinker 
Dannenberg Lewis, carpenter, r. 71 S. 

Liberty 
Danner M. Mrs. r. 39 Jones 
Darby John, grocer, ret. Alabama, cor. 

Massachusetts av. r. 291 S. New 

Jeisey 
Darby Wm. Owen, farmer, end Tennes- 

see, N. of Tinker 
Dark Charles, elk. Ind. Branch Banking 

Co. r. 86 W. Walnut 
Darmstadt Jacob, saddlery, Reyer & 

Thoms, bds. Mrs. Petrie's 
Darnall Calvan, carpenter, ws. N. Illi- 
nois, bet. 5ih and 6lh, r. snme 
Darnall C. T. (Dudley, Newcomb & Co.), 

bds. Mrs. Baird's 
Darnell W. W. r. 342 E. New York 
Daro C. H. bds. Walker House 
Darrow Benjamin C. salesman. Burton & 

Davis, r. 246 N. Illinois 
Darrow George (Darrow & Hinesley), 

bds. 364 N. New Jersey 
Darrow James, sutler, r. 364 N. New Jer- 
sey 
Darrow iVIargaret Ann Miss, bds. 261 W. 

Washington 
Darrow Wilton, printer, bds. 364 N. New 

Jersey 
Darrow & Hinesley (George Darrow and 

Andrew J. Hinesley), grocers, 67 

Massachusetts a v. 
Darter Amos R. pumpmaker, r. 78 W. 

Vermont 



THE OFFICE OF THE 

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IS ON GROUND FLOOR, 

12. 3MIAB.KET S^TRBHST. 



Dasey Patrick, lab. Rolling Mill, r. 273 
S. Pennsylvania 

Dash John, lab. 438 S. West 

Daubinspeck N. miller, r. 141 N. Dela- 
ware 

Daubinspeck William, bds. 118 Massa- 
chusetts av. 

Dauget Alphonse, moulder, Charles Cox,. 
r. 388 Railroad av. 

Daumont Henry (H. Daumont & Co.), r. 
126 Virginia av. 

Daumont H. & Co. (Henry Daumont and 

), clocks, looking glasses, etc. 

whol. and ret. 88 E. Washington 

Daumont Peter A. walchmiiker and jew- 
eler, 23 S. Meridian, r. same 

Davenport John, engineer, Capital Mill, 
r. N. West 

Davenport, see also Devenport 

Daverin Thomas, lab bds 292 Winston 

David Ann, wid. William M. r. 271 E. 
Market 

David George, employee B. R. R. bds. 271 
E. Market 

David Nicholson (Scott & Nicholson), r. 
S. Georgia, bet. Missouri and Missis- 
sippi 

David R. J. elk. W. & H. Glenn, r. 80 N . 
Mississippi 

David William C. elk. C. & L R. R. bds. 
271 E. Market 

Davidson Charles B. Rev. bds. 84 S. Illi- 
nois 

Davidson Geo. carpenter, r. 188 Dough- 
• rty 

Davidson James, printer. Daily Herald, 
bds. 28 N. New Jersey 

Davidson James F. mail elk. Journal of- 
fice, r. 170 N. Davidson 

Davidson John, r. E. Bellefontaine R. R. 
freight house, outside corporation 

Davidson John, collector for Ind. Jour- 
nal, r. 170 N. Davidson 

Davies John, artist, bds. 26 S. Mississippi 

Davies John, photographer, T. J. Davies, 
bds 150 W. New York 

Davies Thomas J. photograph gallery, 2<J 
and 28 W. Washington, r. 150 W, 
New York 

Davis A boarding house and agent Jud- 
son & Dodd, r. 58 S. Pennf^ylvania 

Davis Abner, traveling agent Judson &. 
Dodd, r. 56 S. Pennsylvania 

Davis Alex, (col'd), lab. C. A. Fergusatt^ 
N. Meridian, cor. 7th 



W. G. Dabbs will print your Card Mounts elegantly at low rates. 



Carriage and Saddlery Hardware at Sulgrove, Reynolds & Co., 



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Are Sole Agents for 

E5STEY & CO.'S 

Celebrated Cottage Organs. 

Davis Allen, switchman, Lafayette R. R. 
Co. f. 39 E. McCarfy 

Davis Amos (col'd), lab. 6 N. Tennessee 

Davis Ann (col'd), housekeeper, S. Nel- 
son, r. 126 N. Missouri 

Davis A. E. grocer, 246 E. Washington, 
r. West, bet. Walnut and North 

Davis A. J. sec'y Farmers' and Mer- 
chants' Insurance Co. r. 294 W. St. 
Clair, outside city limits 

Davis Benjamin (Mann & Davis), r. 149 
Louisiana, cor. East 

Davis Benjamin, road master T. H. & R. 
R. R. r. Louisiana 

Davis B. K. elk. 246 E. Washington, bds. 
N. West, nr. Indiana av. 

Davis Clay, machinist. Sinker & Co. 

DAVIS C. B. insurance agt. 6 Odd Fel- 
lows' Hall, r. 379 N. Pennsylvania 

Davis Daniel, boilermaker, Bellefontaine 
R. R. shop, r. 398 N. Delaware 

Davis D. K. elk. A. E. Davis, r. West, 
bet. Walnut and North 

Davis D. W. steward, A. S. Casterlin & 
Co. r. 426 S. Illinois 

Davis Edward, constable, bds. 318 N. 
Alabama 

Davis Edward, butcher, r. es. N. Penn- 
sylvania, bet. Ohio and New York 

Davis Edwin A. attorney at Imw, 3 Tal- 
boit & New's block, bds. Bates House 

Davis Emma Mrs. milliner and dress 
maker, 64 N. Pennsylvania, r, 180 
Virginia av. 

Davis Ernest Gregg, bds. 379 N. Penn- 
sylvania 

Davis E. B. bds. Walker House 

Davis Flemiijg, boilermaker, Washington 
Foundry, r. 118 Forest av. 

Davis F. A. W. (Indiaua Banking Co.), r. 
249 S. New .Jersey 

Davis George (Barton & Davis), bds. 32 
W. Maryland 

DaTis George A. elk. Q. M. D. bds. Illi- 
nois, bet. Michigan and North 

Davis Haldin, hackman, r. 380 N. Dela- 
ware 

Davis Harvey, butcher, 71 E. Washing- 
ton, r. N. Pennsylvania, bet. Ohio 
and New York 

Davis Horace H. machinist, S. C. Frink 
& Co. bds 379 N. Pennsylvania 

Davis Ira, es. Illinois, bet. 1st and 2d 

Davis James, printer, bds. 28 N. New 
Jersey 



W. 



Davis Jamea (col'd), lab. bdi 
Georgia 

Davis James E. shoe dealer, 245 E. Wash- 
ington, r. North, cor. Liberty 

Davis John, shoemaker, bds. 299 N. Lib- 
erty 

Davis John, r. 142 E. Maryland 

Davis John L. pumpmaker, r. 211 N. Mis- 
souri 

Davis Jonathan T. telegraph operator, 
Bellefontaine R. R. bds. 71 Pennsyl- 
vania 

Davis Joshua, carpenter, bds. 177 Meek 

Davis J. A. carpenter, bds. Miss Chap- 
man's, Ft. Wayne av. 

DAVIS J. W. steam and gas fitter and 
brass foundry, 110 S. Delaware, r. 
160 Virginia aT. 

Davis Levi, salesman, 140 S. Illinois, bds. 
Spencer House 

Davis Mary E. Mrs. r. 180 Virginia av. 

Davis Milton, carpenter, r. 45 E. McCarty 

Davis Munroe (col'd), blacksmith, r. 
Howard, bet. 3d and 4th 

Davis P. L. carpenter, r. 177 Meek 

Davis Rees, elk. Bates House, bds same 

Davis Robert F. sawmaker, E, C.Atkins, 
r. 77 E. McCarty 

Davis R. P. machinist, r. Tennessee, bet. 
McCarty and Ray 

Davis Samuel A. lab. W ight & Bro. 

Davis Thomas, shoemaker, bds. 299 N. 
Liberty 

Davis Thomas K. salesman, bdg. North, 
cor. Liberty 

Davis T J. photographer, r. 150 W. New 
York 

Davis Wells W. engineer, Central R. R. 
r. 75 N. Davidson 

Davis Wesley, carriage trimmer, B. C. 
Shaws, r. 369 N. Pennsylvania 

Davis Wesley, steward, restaurant, 87 S. 
Illinois 

Davis William, teamster, es. Illinois, bet. 
6th and Tinker 

Davis William, banker, cor. Washington 
and Virginia av. r. 2i9 S. New Jer- 
sey 

Davis William E. brickmason, r. 309 E. 
Ohio 

Davis W. H pumpmaker, 133 N. Tennes- 
see, r. ns. 1st, bet. Mississippi and 
Tennessee 

Davis W. M. (Jones, Hess & Davis), r. 
430 N. New Jersey 

Davy John, porter, E. B. Alvord & Co. 

Daw E. S. machinist, C. & I. C. R. R. 
shops, r. 216 N. Noble 

Dawson Edward, cooper, bds. James Fer- 
iter's 

Dawson Eli, blacksmith, John G. Smith, 
bds. 76 S. Meridian 

Dawson Francis M. carpenter, r. Kentuc- 
ky av. nr. River 



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Dawson Joseph H. salesman, 250 E. 
Washington, bds. 213 N. Liberty 

Dawson Reiley, carpenter, Joshua Car- 
ter, r. 369 N. Alabama 

Dawson William, teamster, r. cor. Dela- 
ware and Massachusetts av. 

Day Elisha N. lab. r. 264 Indiana av. 

Day Green (col'd), porter, r. 228 W. Ver- 
mont 

Day G. L. Miss, elk. Singer Manufactur- 
ing Co. bds. Mrs. Arnold's 

Day Henry, Rev. pastor, First Baptist 
Church, r. 122 N. Pennsylvania 

Day I. H. carpenter, r. 93 S. Noble 

Day Jerry, butcher, r. 268 Railroad 

Day Jerry, brickmaker, bds. 438 E. St. 
Clair 

Day John E. carpenter, r. 270 N Noble 

Day J. H. carpenter, r. 93 S. Noble 

Day Michael, lab. bds. 60 S. Delaware 

Day William, butcher, r. 438 E. St. Clair 

Deaf and Dumb Asylum, E. Washington, 
out side corporation 

Deal T. J. actuary, Equitable Fire Ins. 
Co. of Indianapolis, bds. Pattison 
House 

Dean F. (col'd), lab. r. Elm, nr. Pine 

Dean Harrison, (col'd), lab. r. 91 Hos- 
brook 

Dearburg F. Mrs. r. cor. East and Rick- 
ing 

Deavenport John, engineer, r. 123 N. 
West 

Deaver George W. elk. C. & I. C. R. R. 
Depot, r. 240 N. Illinois 

Debevoise George W. (George W. Debe- 
voise & Co.), bds. N. Mississippi 

DEBEVOISE GEO. W. & CO. (George 
W. Debevoise, Jas. L. Slaughter and 
William P. Watson), general com. 
mers. 4 W. Louisiana 

Decker Abrara (Decker & Bro), r. 47 S. 
Illinois 

Decker Bernhard (Decker & Bro.), r. 47 
S. Illinois 

Decker Conrad, blacksmith, Washington 
Foundry, r. 267 N. Davidson 

Decker John, lab. 548 Alabama 

Decker Warren, book-keeper, Hume, 
Adams & Co. bds. Palmer House 

Decker & Bro. (Abram and Bernhard 
Decker), clothing, ret. 47 S. Illinois 

Dedert Charles, porter, J. M. Talbott & 
Son, bds 114 N. Tennessee 

Deer John, lab. r. 584 E. St. Clair 

Deery Bridget, wid. Edward, r. es. Jack- 
son, nr. Cherry 

Deery John, express man, r. es. Jackson, 
nr. Cherry 

Deery Pat. lab. Arsenal, bds. Bridget 
Deery's, Jackson 

DefFaul X. Louis, r. 259 N. Liberty 

Dehart Austin, teamster, r. Fayette 

Dress Trimmings all styles, at Jones, 



THE SINNISSIPPI 



Confines its Business 



TO THE STATE OF INDIANA. 



De Hart Tolleson, watchmaKer and jew- 
eler, 30 Virginia av. r. same 

Dehne Charles, porter, Gregory .<i Mum- 
ford, bds. Ohio House 

Deidrich Chris, carpenter, r. 445 E. Mar- 
ket 

Deidrick Christ., Union Cabinet Factory 

Deihl Harry, elk. Central R. R. Office, bds. 
2 Indiana av. cor. Ohio 

Deitch Charles, student, bds. 173 E. Mar- 
ket 

Deitch Clarence, elk. 232 E. Washington, 
bds. 173 E. Market 

Deitch Felix, (Deitch & Jacob), r. 173 E. 
Market 

Deitch & Jacob (Felix Deitch and Joseph 
Jacob), grocers, 232 E. Washington 

Deitch Joseph, grocer, 232 E. Washing- 
ton, r. 85 N. Alabama 

Deiter Jacob, cigarmaker, r. 26 Biddel 

Deitman Fred, carpenter, r. 91 N. East 

Deitz Frederick, saloon, 255 E. Washing- 
ton, r. same 

Deitz Henry, saloon, 174 E. Washington, 
r. same 

Deitz Peter, saloon, 422 W. Washington, 
r. same 

Deitz, tanner and currier, Market, cor. 
Davidson 

Deitzel Adams, express driver, r. 159 N. 
Davidson, or 273 N. Liberty 

Delainey William, puddler, Rolling Mill, 
r. 12 Willard 

Delaney Michael, railroad man, r. 133 
N. Liberty 

Delaney Michael, lab. r. 65 E. South 

Delaney Peter, lab. Ind. Rolling Mill 

Delaney William, lab. Ind. Rolling Mill 

Delaney William, lab. r. 189 High 

Delany Peter, lab. r. 21 Maple 

Delany William, lab. r. Maple, bet. Mc- 
Carty and Ray 

Delfaut Mayer, lab. r. 131 E. South 

Delks F. teamiter, bds. 239 Bluflf rd. 

Dell Edward, billiard keeper, Union Hall, 
bds. same 

Dell Frederick, barkeeper, Union Hall, 
bds. same 

Dell John, gardner, es. N. Meridian, out 
side corporation 

DELL WILLIAM, prop'r, Union Hall 
Hotel Restaurant Saloon and Bil- 
liard Room, 139 E. Washington, r. 
same 

Deller Fred, painter, r. 184 N. Noble 

Hess & Davis', 3 Odd Fellows' Hall. 



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Musician ! Dealer ! Friend ! 

Whoever you are, call again on 

A. M. BENHAM & CO., 

For any article in the MUSIC TRADE. 



Dellert Charles, salesman, Roll & Smith, 
bds. Louisiana, cor. New Jersey 

Delles William, blacksmith, r. 330 Indi- 
ana av. 

Delmont Julius, miller, Capital Mills, 
bds. Mrs. Brickett's, W. Market 

Delve Eugene, stone cutter, r. 385 S. East 

Delzell Hugh, livery stable, 42 E. Mary- 
land 

Delzell James, elk. general freight office, 
C. & I. C. R. H. bds. Pennsylvania, 
bet. Ohio and Market 

Delzell Samuel, r. 191 N. Alabama 

Demmy Frank, putterHmaker, D. Root & 
Co. r. 327 S. East 

Demmy Martin, saddler, r. ws. N. Miss- 
issippi, bet. let and 2d 

Demmy W. H. saddler, bds. M. Demmy, 
N. Mississippi, bet. 1st and 2d 

Demoss Leander, checkmaster, T, H. & I. 
R. R. depot, r. 33 Henry 

DeMotte W. H. prin. Ind. Fern. College, 
cor. New York and Meridian 

Demsey John, blacksmith. Sinker & Co. 

Demuim George, policeman, r. 115 Meek 

Deucyger Lewis, clothing, 69 S. Illinois, 
r. 147 VV. Maryland 

Deneen Eugenia A. Miss, r. 361 N. Ala- 
b.ima 

Deneen James, tailor, r. 361 N. Alabama 

Denis Henry C. carpenter, bds. 166 East 
Market 

Denis Henry C. student, PURDY'S BU- 
SINESS COLLEGE 

Denk Andrew, vinegar manuf. r. 183 In- 
diana av. 

Denlinger Henry H. bartender, 228 East 
Washington 

Denninger Simeon, plasterer, r. 287 E. 
Georgia 

Dennis Charles C. elk. Stewart & Mor- 
gan, r. 39 Ellsworth 

Dennis J. M, ariist, Swain Bros. r. 70 
Indiana av. 

Dennis Lavinia, wid. r. 39 Ellsworth 

Dennis Ocellus, elk. Adams' Express Co. 
r. 12 E. Washington 

Dennis Peter, brickmason, r. 26 Buch- 
anan 

Dennison Mary Mrs. r. 140 Elm 

Denny Harry, bds. 166 E. Market 

Denny Isaac, blacksmith, bds. Mrs. Vin- 
cent, Pearl 

Denny Ozias, carpenter, bds. 117 W. New 
York 

W. G. Dabbs, 21 and 23 Circle 



Denny Robert, (Barnitz & Denny), r. 18 
Bates 

Denny Robert, notary public and claim 
and real estate agent, 26 W. Wash- 
ington, r. 18 Bates 

Denny Thomas, carpenter, bds. 117 West 
New York 

Pepper Herman, blacksmith, r. 330 Vir- 
ginia av. 

Dernham Fei'dinand, clothing and fur- 
nishing goods, ret. 6 W. Washington, 
r. at store 

Dernham Frederick, clothing. 71 West 
Washington, r. 136 W. Maryland 

Dernham F. blacksmith, bds. 71 Indiana 
av. 

Dernham Max, clothing, 6 W. Louisiana, 
bds. Sherman House 

Dernham Max, (M. Dernham & Co.), r. 
Cincinnati, Ohio 

Dernham M. & Co. (Max Dernham and 
Moritz Griesheimer), clothing, whol. 
and ret. 1 Washington, cor MiM-idian 

Derr George, waiter, r. 249 N. D.ividson 

Derr Philip, bricklayer, r. N. D.ividson, 
cor. Michigan 

Derr William, machinist, Washington 
Foundry, r. 215 N. Noble 

Dersch John, lab. B. R. W. sh-p 

DeRuiter Derk. clerk, Hawkes & Co. bds. 
81 S. Illinois 

DeRuiter White, (Hawkes& Co.), bds. 81 
S. Illinois 

Dervald Matthew, porter, r. 140 N. Da- 
vidson 

Descheen Charles, works linmrnlev's con- 
fectionery, nr. P. 0. r. 276 N. Rail- 
road 

Deschler Joseph, saloon, 15 N. Pennsyl- 
vania, r. 26 E. Cherry 

Desjardiue Joseph, carpenter, r. Virginia 
av. nr. corporate limits 

Desler John, lab. Spiegel, Thorns & Co. r. 
271 S. Pennsylvania 

Despa Earnest, painter, 50 Lockerbie, r. 
same 

Despo Isidore, carpenter, r. 138 Maple 

Dessar Adolph, (Dessar & Bros.), r. 213 
N. Illinois 

Dessar David, (Dessar & Bros.), r. 174 E. 
Ohio 

Dessar Joseph B. (Dessar & Bros.), r. 221 
E. Ohio 

Dessar Lewis, hats, caps, furs, &c. 8 W. 
Washington, bds. 174 E. Ohio 

Dessar Lewis, book-keeper, bds. 174 East 
Ohio 

Dessar & Bros. (Joseph B., Adolph and 
David Dessar), clothing and fur- 
nishing goods, ret. 4 E. Washington, 
and clothing, whol. 60S. Meridian 

Deter Earnest, shoemaker, r. 25 Biddle 

Deter Jacob, cigar maker, G. F. Meyer, 
bds. 25 Biddle 

St., bet. Market and Meridian. 



dealer in Agricultural Implements. P. 0. lock box 378. See adv, op. title. 



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Detrick C. W. produce dealer, r. 23 Bright 
DeTurk Benjamin H. (Paffman & De- 
Turk), r. S. Illinois, third house from 

city limits 
DeVED a. J. (Edwards, Greenough & 

DeVed), 16^ E. VVashington 
Devenish E. F. stenra and gas fitter, J. 

Davis, bds. 219 E. South 
Devenish John, (Thompson & Devenish), 

r. 320 N. Alabama 
Devenish Solomon, sr. tailor, r. 219 East 

South 
Devenport John, engineer, r 123 N. 

West 
Devenport Thomas, lab. r. 92 S. Liberty 
Devenport, see also Davenport 
Deveny William H. blacksmith, r. 127 

Duncan 
Deve'roise George Capt elk. Gen. Pitch- 
er, bds. 220- N. Tennessee 
Devine William, tailor, r. 25 Nelson's al. 
Dewald Frank, elk. S. Kahn & Bro. bds. 

Scott House 
Deware Edward, lab. r. 343 S. Delaware 
Dexter Charles, clerk, Siein & Naltner, 

bds. 170 E. Washington 
Dherring Bazil, terra cotta maker, J. N. 

Glover, bds. 25 Kentucky av. 
Dickenbrock Christian, blacksmith, r. 36 

S. Alabama 
Dickens Rachael, wid. r. 222 W. New 

York 
Dicker Harriet, r. 2-lf5 W. Washington 
Dicker Sophia, r. 246 W. Washington 
Dickert Jacob, cabinet maker, r. 220 N. 

West 
Dickey James D. carpenter, r. 47 Dough- 
erty 
Dickinson James L. physician, etc. r. 460 

S. New Jersey 
Dickinson John C. r, 21 Fletcher av 
Dickman Francis, lab. r. es. Illinois, bet. 

6th and Tinker 
DICKSON CARLOS, dealer in agrictiltu- 

ral implements, seeds, and agent for 

Grover & Baker's sewing machines, 

84 W. Washington, r. 241 N. Ala- 
bama 
Dickson George W. (col'd), carpenter, r. 

252 W. Ohio 
Dickson James, (Butscli & Dickson), r. 

South, cor. Tennessee 
Dickson Melissa Mrs.ss. Mississippi, bet. 

3d and 4th 
Dickson Thomas, bds. 196 N. Tennessee 
Diekson William, book-keeper, Butsch & 

Dickson, r. South, cor. Tennessee 
Dickson William B. (Bunte & Dickson), 

r. 196 N. Tennessee 
Diedrich N. tinsmith, Jacob Voegtle 
Diehl H. C. clerk, gen, freight office C. & 

I. C. R. R. bds. 2 Indiana av. 
Dietch Charles, elk. 232 E. Washington, 

bds. 173 E. Market Dipple John, lab. r. 195 N. Noble 

W. G. Oabbs keeps the best Porcelain Lenstized Coating for Porcelain Pictures, 



E^VEI^^S-BOID^ST 



That has Good Property Insures 



WITH THE 81NNISSIPPI. 



Dieter Nicholas, harness maker, -bds. E. 
Washington 

Dietrich Frederick, brewer, Caspar Maus 
& Co. bds. with same 

Dielrichs Margaret Mrs. millinery, 63 E. 
Washington, r. same 

Dietrichs William, elk. P. O. r. 63 E. 
Washington 

Dietz Adam, Paradise Garden, 116 Fort 
Wayne av. 

Dietz Charles Louis, bds. 116 Fort Wayne 
av. 

Dietz Ferdinand (Streif & Dietz), r. 390 
Market, bet. Noble and Davidson 

Dietz Fred. (Dietz & Hout), r. nr. Deaf 
and Dumb Asylum 

Dietz John, barber, bds. 116 Fort Wayne 
av. 

Dietz & Hout (Fred. Dietz and John 
Hout), saloon, 255 E. Washington 

Dill E. B. grocer and huckster, 98 Broad- 
way, cor. Cherry, r. same 

Dill H. Clay, elk. Wm. Love 

Dill John P. printer, Gazette, r. 15 
Fletcher av. 

Dill Josiah, elk. bds. cor. Broadway and 
Cherry 

Dillan Daniel, lab. r. 61 Maple 

Dillen Charles M. carpenter, Helwig, 
Roberts & Co. r. 37 Ellsworth 

Dillon John, stonecutter, bds. 102 Meek 

Dillon Patrick, machinist, r. 30 VVillard 

Dillon Thomas, bricklayer, r. 272 W. Ver- 
mont 

Dilly J. sawyei', Osgood, Smith & Co. 

Dingeldey T. H. teacher, German and 
English School, Maryland, bet. Dela- 
ware and Alabama, r. 124 E. Mary- 
land 

Dinnin Samuel, barkeeper, J. B. Fay, 
bds. 26 N. Meridian 

Diper Conrot, cabinetmaker, bds. S. end 
Alabama 

Diphenbaugh Jacob, carpenter, C. Eden 
& Co. r. Railroad 

Dippel Henry, barkeeper, Geo. Rhodius, 
bds. 15 N. Meridian 

Dippel Henry, carpenter, Helwig, Rob- 
erts & v"o. r. Loukerbee, bet. Liberty 
and Noble 

Dipple Heniy, stainer, Speigel, Thoms & 
Co. bds. 483 S. New Jersey 

Dipple John, carjJenter, r. 168 N. David- 



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L.EAVE ORDERS AT 

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BATES HOUSE CORNEK. 
They employ the Best Workmen. 



Dipple L. lab. Speigel, Thorns & Co. r. 62 
Wyoming 

Dipple Pete, hackman, bds. 199 N. Lib- 
erty 

Dishon James M. bill poster, r. Dough- 
erty, nr. Virginia av. 

Diver James, grocer, 191 W. South, r. 
same 

Dix IS S. student National Business Col- 
lege 

Dixon George, carpenter, bds. 115 N. No- 
ble 

Dixon George W. photographer, W. Run- 
nion, bds. National 

Dixon James, lal>. r. 321 S. West 

Dixon James L. (col'd), teamster, bds. 
1 16 Ash 

DIXON JAMES W. dyer and scourer, 
32 N. Missouri, r. 246 S. Missouri 

Dixon John (col'd), teamster, bds. Clin- 
ton al. 

Dixon Joseph, tailor, r. 246 E. Washing- 
ton 

Dixon J. P. lab. Osgood. Smith & Co. 

Dixon Leonidas, apprentice, I. & C. R. R. 

Dixon Samuel (col'd), hostler, G. W. Bur- 
rows, r. at stable 

Dohson Ed. bds. 153 N. Tennessee 

Dodd C. H. student National Business 
College 

Dodd J. W. (Judson & Dodd), r. 128 N. 
Illinois 

Dodd Tasman, dentist, r. es. N. Tennes- 
see, bet. 3d and 4th 

Dodd William S. elk. Judsoa & Dodd, r. 
214 N. Illinois 

Dodge Rufus, messenger, American Ex- 
press ('o. 

Dodge W. C conductor, Peru R. R. r. 313 
S. Delaware 

Dodson James, engineer, r. 157 W. South 

Dodson Jane, wid. Josepii, r. 245 S. Ten- 
nessee 

Dcepfner C. elk. S. Missouri, cor. Missis- 
sippi 

Doggett John, elk. C. & I. C. shops 

Doggett Richard, shoemaker, r. 119 W. 
'V^ermont 

Doggett W. F. auditor C. & I. C. R. R. r. 
Columbus, 

Dohn P. H. furniture dealer, 35 S. Meri- 
dian, r. 244 N. Meridian 

Dohse John C. lab. C. F. Schmidt, r. 412 S. 
Delaware 

Dolas John, grocer, 54 Hosbrook, r. same 

Fine Cloths and Cassimeret, 



Dolin James, lab. McKernan, Pierce & 

Yanues, r. 277 S. West 
Dolittle Sarah W. Mrs. nurse, r. 90 N. 

Mississippi 
DoUens A. L. tobacconist, P. M. May & 

Co. bds. Ray House 
Dolphy Sarah, servant, 179 E. New York 
Demon Oliver, carpenter, Helwig, Rob- 
erts & Co. bds. 101 N Mississippi 
Donaldson C. S. (Donaldson & Carr), r. 

388 N. Illinois 
Donaldson Edwin, salesman, Robertson 

& Close, bds. Illinois 
DONALDSON & CARR (Claibourne S. 

Donaldson, Roland S. i^arr and Jas. 

H. Alvey), hats, caps, furs and straw 

goods, whol. 54 S. Meridian 
Donalt Elizabeth, wid. James, bds^ 12 

Henry ' 

Donavan Edward, cash boy, Tylers Bee 

Hive, r. 142 N. East 
Donelan Charles, elk. McCord & Wheat- 

]ey, r in country 
Donley F. grocer, ret. 347 S. Delaware, r. 

same 
Donnally C. L. (Donnally & Swallow), 

bds. Ba es House 
Donnally & Swallow (C. S. Donnally and 

J. E. Swallow), dentists, 7 and 8 

Eden's blk. E. Market, nr. P. O. 
Donnan Barbara, boarding house, 126 N, 

Tennessee, r. same 
Donniin Theodore, salesman, Vinnedge 

& Jones, bds. 126 N. Tennessee 
Donnan Wallace, tinsmith, Munson & 

Johnston, r. 128 N. Tennessee 
Donnell Thomas, marble cutter, LaDow 

& Winder, bds. Scott House 
Donnelly Edward, lab. bds. 27 S. Ala- 
bama 
Donoiigh Daniel, elk. Union R. R. Ticket 

Office, r. 3.35 S. Meridian 
Donovou James, drayman, r. 360 W. 

North 
Donovan John, engineer, I. & C. R. R. r. 

114 Meek 
DONOVAN JOHN F. agt. Edwards, 

Greenough & DeVed, bds. Scott House 
Donuov m Robert, r. 320 N. East 
Dooly James P. lab. r. 558 S. Illinois 
Doran M. W. E. patternmaker, op. Cox, 

Lord & Peck, S. Delaware, r. 21 For- 
est av. 
Dorbeker John, barber at Little's Hotel, 

r. 77 N. New Jersey 
Doremus A. A. carpenter, r. 137 N. Noble 
Doremiis Kate Miss, dressmaker, bds. 137 

N. Noble 
Dorian James, bds. 96 Oak, cor. Cherry 
Dorlon Martin G. finisher, bds. 316 W. 

Washington 
Dosenbach Catherine, servant, 94 N. 

Meridian 
Dorsey Anthony, lab. r. 334 S. Delaware 
at No. 3 Odd Fellows' Hall. 



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Dorsey Luke (col'd), laborer, r. 179 In- 
diana av. 

Dorsey Robert S. (borsey & Layman), r. 
224 N. ALibama 

Dorsey Tlioraas, street contractor, r. 166 
N. AJi?sissippi 

Dorsey William (col'd), barber, r. Wa- 
bash al. bet. East and New Jersey, 
Ohio and Market 

DORSEY & LAYMAN, (Robert S. Dor- 
sey and James T. Layman), whol. 
and ret. hardware and cutlery, 64 E. 
Washington 

Dosey John, lab. C. F. Schmidt's, r. 412 
S. Delaware 

Doty David, State House Saloon and Res- 
taurant, ]M W. WashingioD, r. 170 
W. Market 

Doud John, lab. r. 178 Meek 

Dougan Thomas, boot and shoemaker, 92 
S. Illinois, r. E, Maryland, cor. 
Pennsylvania 

Dougherty Charles, grocer, ret. 333 S. 
Delaware, r. same 

Dougherty James, lab. bds. 58 Massachu- 
setts av. 

Dougherty John, (Dougherty & Baker), r. 
226 E. South 

Dougherty Patrick, lab. Rolling Mill, 
i)ds, 279 S. Tennessee 

Dougherty Richard, elk. John Ryan & 
("o. bds. Alabama, cor .Market 

Dougherty Thomas, I'lb r. 214 Buchanan 

Douglieily Z. physician, r. 27 Calit'oinia 

DOUGHERTY & BAKER, (John Dough- 
erty and Abraham H. Baker), gro- 
ceries and provisions, Virginia av. 
cor South 

Doughty John B. file cutter, r. 144 Union 

Doughty John G. foreman Indianapolis 
.lournal, r. 27 Indiana av. 

Doughty R. F. h ickman, r. Virginia av. 
n'-. corporation line 

Douglass Andrew, street paver, r. 323 S. 
East, 

Douglass Benj. Wm. screw cutter C. & I. 
C. R. R. shop, r. 40 Ilosbiook 

Douglass Frank, (cold), barber, W. H. 
Franklin, bds. under American Ex- 
press Office 

Dougl .ss James G. (Douglass & Conner), 
r. 169 W. New York 

Douglass Maria, wid. John, r. 129 W. 
New York 

Douglass S. M, elk. Journal Office, r. 169 
W. New York 

Douglass & Connor (James G. Douglass 
and A. H. Connor), prop'rs Indiana- 
polis Journal, se. cor. Circle and 
Meridian 

Douirick Amos F. elk. W. & H. Glenn, 
bds. Scott House 

Dove David M. carpenter, A. Brouse, r. 
309 E. New York 

Bleached and Brown Muslins 



THESINiMSSIPPI 



ISSUES POLICIES FOS ANY TEEM 



Not Exceeding Seven Years. 



Dovey Richard, terra cotta maker, J. N. 
Glover, bds. California House 

Dow E. S. machinist, Central R. R. shop, 
r. 216 N. Noble 

Dowd Patrick, lab. Indianapolis Rolling 
Mill 

Dowling W. W. teacher, N. W. C. Uni- 
versity, r. 488 N. Mississippi 

Downes Thomas, lab. r. 52 Maple 

Downey James, works Michael Daugher- 
ty, r. 409 S. Illinois 

Downey James E. book and job printer, 
20 N. Delaware, r 108 N, New Jer- 
sey 

Downey John, marble polisher. Dame & 
Co. r, 227 E. Georgia 

Downey John, hostler, Wood & Foudray, 
r. at stable 

Downey Robert, bds 92 E Market 

Downing Benjamin J. elk. G. D. Wilgus, 
bds N. Illinois, cor. 3d 

Downing Mike, stonecutter, arsenal, r. 
3 Pennsylvania 

Downs Peter L carpenter, r. arsenul 
grounds, N. State House, W. Market 

Downs Thomas, lab. Indianapolis Rolling 
Mill 

Doxon John E. elk P. 0. bds. 383 Massa- 
chusetts av. 

Doyle Andrew, lab. r. 280 S. Missouri 

Doyle Ann Mrs. laundress, r. 229 S, West 

Doyle Daniel, blacksmith, L. & i. R. R. 
r. 270 W.St. Clair 

Doyle Edward, lab. Indianapolis Rolling 
Mill 

Doyle E. G. L. collier, r. 319 N. East 

Doyle Stephen (col'd), lab. r. Howard, W. 
of R R. 



inyil 



igton r. 



Strauss & Co. 37 W. 

564 E. Washington 
Drake C. M joiner, bds. Virginia av. 3d 

house from East 
Drake E. B. bds. 30 N. Pennsylvania 
Drake John, engineer, B. R. R. 
Draper Joseph, scalemaker, r. 67 S. Eddy 
Draper Joseph M. carpenter, r. 23 Fletch- 
er's av. 
Draper J. H. mechanic, Osgood, Smith & 

Co. 
Draper Thomas, lab. r. 296 S. East 
Draper Thomas E. porter, Connely, Wiles 

& Co. r. cor. East and Merrill 
Dreder John, stonemason, r. 419 N. New 

Jersey 
at No. 3 Odd Fellows' Hall. 



Omar Newman, east of Union Depot, Wholesale Agent for Indiana, for 



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230 



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WHEN TO BUY A PIANO. 

"When you can get a 

STANDARD INSTRUMENT, 

SSuch as a 

Knabe or a Steinway. 

Dreher Cyrus, elk. Tousey & Byram, r. 
84 S, Liberty 

Dreher M. salesman, Elliott, Gadd & Co. 

Drendleman Henry, lab. r. Huron nr. Ce- 
dar 

Dresham Robert A. 4 Massachusetts av. 
cor. Pennsylvania 

Drew Harry E. conductor Street R. R. 
bds. iS8 ALissuchuseits av. 

Drew John A. (Sullivan & Drew), r. 88 
jMiissachiiseUs av. 

Drew S. W. (S. W. Drew &Co.), bds. Pat- 
tison House 

DREW S. W. & CO. (S. W. Drew & P. Sa- 
yer). cnriiagemakers, E. Market Sqr. 

Drew William A. teacher, PURDY'S 
BUSINESS COLLEGE, r. 11 N. Lib- 
erty 

Driesliu L. carriagiemaker, B. C. Shaw, 
bds. llhodius 

L>riftmaier Henry, drayman, r. 176 S. 
Noble 

Driggs Nat. S. elk. Browning & Sloan, r. 
at store 

Drighart Charles, gunsmith, r. 59 Hos- 
brook 

Drinkut William, works C. & I. C. R. R. 
shop, r. 117 S. Noble 

Driscol Jerry, hooker, Indianapolis Roll- 
ing Mill, r. 20 Willard 

DriscoU William, paver, bds. 60 S. Dela- 
ware 

Drotz Emil (Drotz & Steinhauer), r. 144 
Union 

Droiz & Steinhauer(E. Drotz and M. Stein- 
hauer), file manufacturers, 136 S. 
Pennsylvania 

Drought John, lab. r. 109 Elm 

Drukress Jolin, blacksmith, r. 76 Ken- 
tucky s^. 

Drum George, carpenter, r. 194 Virginia 
av. 

Drum Robert, bds. 213 N. Liberty 

Drury Lt. bds. 18 E. Michigan 

Duback John, lab. bds. 90 S. Meridian 

DuChene Charles, confectioner, M. B. 
Humbler, r. 129 Peru road 

Ducker Laura, wid. John B. r. 21 N. 
New Jersey 

Duckwiler Jacob, employee B. R. R. r. 
501 E. Market 

Dudley Charles R. student, PURDY'S 
BU.SINESS COLLEGE 

Dudley Lake, elk. West & Dudley, bds. 
120 N. Mississippi 

W. G. Dabbs, 21 and 23 Circle 



DUDLEY^ NEWCOMB & CO. (P. S. Dud- 
ley, W. C. Newcomb and C. T. Dar- 
nall), dry goods, 20 E. Washington 

Dudley P. S. (Dudley, Newcomb & Co.), 
r. 184 W. Ohio 

Dudley Steele (West & Dudley), bds. 120 
N. Mississippi 

Dudley William W. B'vt. Lt. Col. Head- 
quarters, 70 E. Market 

Duffer Daniel, salesman, 33 S. Illinois, 
bds. Spencer House 

Duffy Bridget, servant, 351 N. Illinois 

Duffy James, lab. Butsch & Dickson, r. 43 
Ellsworth 

Duffy John, tailor, Moritz & Bro. 57 S. 
California 

Duffy Michael, tailor, r. Keely's Row, 
Clinton al. 

Dugan Dennis, lab. arsenal, bds. 292 
Winston 

Dugan Neal, lab. r. Clinton al, 

Dugan Thomas, shoemaker, r. 305 S. 
Pennsylvania 

Duggan John, clerk, Jas. Diver, bds. same 

Duke James, auctioneer and real est. agt. 
r. 496 N. Mississippi 

Dull C. C carpenter and architect, r. 233 
N. West 

Dull Sarah E. r. 233 N. West 

Dumont Henry, clocks, whol. and ret. 88 
E. Washington, r. 126 Virginia av. 

Dunahen Patrick, lab. r. 470 E. Georgia 

Dunaway E. F. carpenter, at W. H. Sib- 
ley's, bds. Ohio 

Dunbar Charles (Dunbar & Cook), r. 32 
E. Georgia 

Dunbar James, lab. r. 140 Elm 

Dunbar Melzer, brickmason, r. 254 South 
Pennsylvania 

Dunbar William, lab. r. es. N. Missis- 
sippi, bet. 4th and 5th 

Dunbar & Cook, (t'harles Dunbar and 
William Cook), dry goods and gro- 
ceries, Washington, sw. cor. East 

Duncan Daniel (J. & D. Duncan), r. 431 
N. Meridian, nr. North 

Duncan Frank, telegraph operator. West- 
ern telegraph office, bds. 33 W. Ma- 
ryland 

Duncan Jacob, ( J. & D. Duncan), r. 77 S. 
Meridian 

Duncan J. & D. (Jacob and Daniel Dun- 
can), wines and liquors, whol. 77 S. 
Meridian 

Duncan Mason H. (Fell & Duncan), r. 242 
N.niinois 

Duncan Richard D. telegraph operator, 
Western Telegraph office, bds. 33 W. 
Maryland 

Duncan Robert, machinist, bds. 65 N. 
East 

Duncan R. B. attorney at law, room 8 
Brown's block, r. Fall Creek gravel 
road, outside city limits 

St., bet. Market and Meridian. 



Grover & Baker Sewing Machines, Retail Office 60 E. IVIarket St. Indianp'is. 



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Duncan Samuel E. clerk, Daily, Kiefer & 
Co. bda. Walker House 

Duncan William H. brickmason, r. 216 
Bluff road 

Dunham Annie Mrs. r. 515 N. Missis- 
sippi 

Dunivan John, engineer, C. & I. R. R. r. 
Vance's block 

Dunkerly George, salesman, Moses My- 
er, bds. Scott Flouse 

Dunlap Livingston Mrs. r. 25 Virginia 
av. 

Dunlavey Patrick, runner, Golden Gate, 
bds. Golden Gate House 

Dunlay Charles, expressman, r. 149 
Bright 

Dunlee Charles, driver, Adams Express 
Co. r. North, cor. Bright 

Dunlop Frank, carpenter, bds. 35 Indiana 
av. 

Dunlop Harriet (col d),r. 190 N. Missouri 

Dunlop John, 297 N. Meridian, cor. North 

Dunlop John S. (J. S. Dunlop & Co.), r. 
288 N. Pennsylvania 

Dunlop Joshua (col'd), barber, r. 190 N. 
Missouri 

Dunlop . ulia (col'd), r. 190 N. Missouri 

Dunlop J. B. (col'd), shoemaker, 174 In- 
diana av. r. same 

Dunlop J. S. & Co. (John S. Dunlop and 
Thomas A. Goodwin), real est. and 
ins. agents, 18 N. Meridian 

Dunlop Samuel H. clerk, J. S. Dunlop & 
Co. r. 288 N.Pennsylvania 

Dunmayer Charles, grocer, Washington, 
cor. Bust, r. 310 E. Georgia 

Dunineire Enton, grocer, r. ss. E. Wash- 
ington, outside corporation 

Dunmire Charles, (W, Cook & Co ), r. 32 
E. Georgia 

Dunmore Edward, boot fitter, r. 297 East 
Ohio 

Dunn Edward, puddler, Ind. Roll. Mill, 
r. 275 S. Pennsylvania 

Dunn Francis, marble cutter. Dame & Co. 
bds. 287 S. New Jersey 

Dunn George, paper maker, r. 300 S. Mis- 
souri 

Dunn George T. student, bds. 410 North 
Teniie.«see 

Dunn George W. clerk, Adj. Gen's ofSce, 
r. St. Joseph, bet. Delaware and Al- 
abama 

Dunn H. 0. bds. Scott House 

Dunn Jacob P. notary public, I and 2 
Talbot t & New's block, r. 410 N. Del- 
aware 

Dunn James, hooker. Indianapolis Roll- 
ins; Mill 

DUNN'JAMES T. real estate agent, Wi- 
ley's block, up stairs, op. Odd Fel- 
lows Hall, r. 34 W. North, bet. Illi- 
nois and Meridian 

Dunn John, blacksmith, r. 46 S. Alabama 



Office 35 EMarkei St. 



ACCUMULATED CAPITAL OVER 



S 5 00,0 O O 



Dunn John, lab. bds. 60 S. Delaware 
Dunn John C. (Dunn & Karney), i*. N. 

-Mississippi, first.house north of 1st 
Dunn John E. clerk, John Ryan & Co. 
Dunn John W. bricklayer, r. 202 W. Ma- 
ryland 
Dunn Laughlin, finisher, Merritt & 

Coughlin, r 408 W. Washington 
Dnnn Lizzie Miss, r. 77 S. East 
Dunn Peter, heater, Indianapolis Rolling 

Mill 
Dunn William A. porter, State Library, 

r. 77 S. Mississippi 
Dunn & Karney, (John C. Dunn and John 

Karney), plumbers, and gas fitters, 

38 and 40 Kentucky av. 
Dunnegan Edward, teamster, bds. 288 W. 

Washington 
Dunning Thomas, carpenter, bds. 392 N. 

Alabama 
Dunnmeyer Frederick, drayman, r. 266 

N. East 
Dunnovan Obediah, r. 315 E. Ohio 
Dunson Mndison, r. 378 E. Georgia 
Duparke Mary, waiter, 59 N. Illinois 
Durbin David S. (Williams & Durbin), 

cor. 1st and Illinois 
Durfeld John F. clerk, J. W. Blake, bds. 

Sherman House 
Durham D. C. messenger, American Ex- 
press Co. 
Durham George, mason, .r. 260 N. East 
Durham Thomas, bds. 260 N. East 
Durie David H. switchman, T. H. & R. R. 

R. Co. r. 444 S. West 
Durringer David, carpenter, r. 437 North 

Mississippi 
Dury John, (Dury, Merritt & Wightman), 

r 184 Massachusetts av. 
Dury, Merritt & Wightman, (John Dury, 

B. Merritt and T. B. Wightman), 

boots and shoes, whol. and ret. 75 E, 

AVashington 
DUTHRIE JAMES, freight conductor, L 

& C. R. R. r. Pine, bet. Harrison and 

Fletcher av. 
Dutton George, lab. Gas Company, r. 253 

Union 
Dutton Isaac, milling, r. 22 W. Georgia 
Duvall David C. .salesman. Roll & Smith, 

r. 159 N. Illinois 
Duvall J. P. policeman, r. 260 Railroad 

av. 
Duvall Sarah Mrs. r. 337 S. Alabama 



W. G. Dabbs sells the Porcelain Material for the New Photo. Miniatures. 



Sulgrove, Reynolds &. Co., Wholesale and Retail dealers in Saddlery 



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232 



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^. ma. BSBTHAI^ & CO., 

Bates House Corner, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

MUSICAL MERCHANDISE 

OF EVISKY DESCRIPTION. 



Duzan James H. printer, H. C. Chandler 
& Co. bds. 223 N. East 

Duzan William N. physician, 304 N. Illi- 
nois, r. 318 N. Tennessee 

Dwight Charles R. (Hunt & Dwight), bds. 
24 S. New Jersey 

Dwyer Michael, plumber, bds. 13 W. 
Henry 

Dwyer Thomas, lab. Rolling Mill, r. 36 
Bickiug 

Dwyer William, boot and shoe maker, E. 
H. Mayo & Co. r. 50 Wyoming 

Dye Byroa E. (Clarke & Co.), r. 88 Un- 
ion 

Dye Harry, blacksmith, B. R. R. shop, r. 
383 E. Michigan 

Bye John T. (Dye & Harris), r. Virginia 
av out side city limits 

Dye & Harris (John T. Dye and Addison 
C. Harris), attorneys at law, 6 and 7 
Talbott & New's blk. 

Dyer A. A. Miss, music teacher, Ind. In- 
stitute for the Blind 

EAGEN Sylvester, lab. Ind. Rolling 
Mill 

Eagle John D. bdp. 336 N. Alabama 

Eagle John U. grocer, r. 336 N. Alabama, 
r. same 

Eagle Machine Works, Frederick Rusch- 
haupt, pres, Henry SchnuU, treas. 
and William Laird, sec, Louisiana, 
se. cor. Meridian 

Eagle William H. H. printer, Journal of- 
fice, r. 336 N. Alabama 

Eagle Wm. O. bds. 336 N. Alabama 

Earl S. mechanic, Osgood, Smith & Co. 

Earley William A. elk. C. C. Williams, r. 
S3. 2d, bet. Illinois and Meridian 

Early Peter, lab. Ind. Rolling MiH, r. 
al. bet. Greer and Walter 

Earnshaw Joseph, turner, Sloan, Burk 
& Woollen, r. Pennsylvania, bet. 
South and Merrill 

East Charles T. fruit dealer, op. State 
House, bds. 426 N. East 

EAST JAMES H. grocer, 94 N. Illinois, 
cor. Ohio, bds. J. Pyles', N. Meridian 

East Market House, W. Ohio, bet. N. Ten- 
nessee and N. Mississippi 

East Market Space, bet. Delaware and 

Alabama, and Ohio and Market 
Easterday Chas. painter, bds. 168 N. Da- 
vidson 

Flannels, large Stock, at 



Eastman Edwin R. conductor, L. & I. R. 

R. bds. Bates House 
Eiistman Joseph, lab. r. 340 Railroad av. 
Eastman Samuel, engineer. Insane Asy- 
lum, r. 433 E. Vermont 
Easton S. S. student. Commercial College, 

bds. 69 W. Market 
Eaton Bluford (Smith & Eaton), r. 173 
N. Liberty 

Eaton James, elk. Draft Rendezvous, 
Muster Roll H. Q. 70 E. Market 

Eaton Richard N. r. 213 W. Market 

Eaton Theodore C. printer, Journal office, 
bds. ws. Pennsylvania, het. New 
York and Vermont 

Eaves Samuel (Taylor & Eaves), bds. 326 
W. Washington 

Ebert John (Brister & Ebert), r. 209 W. 
South 

Eckelraan Augustus, saddle and harness 
maker, Sellers & Wood, S. Illinois 

Eckles Wm. B. R. R. r. 219 x\ Davidson 

Edem Asa, brickmason, r. 286 Virginia av. 

Eden Charlton (S. C. Eden & (-o.), r. ws. 
Meridian, bet. Illinois and Pennsyl- 
vania 

Eden C. (C. Eden & Co.), r. 506 N. Mis- 
souri 

Eden C. & Co. (C. Eden, Jacob Larmour 
and H. N. Witman), sash, doors and 
blinds, G7 E. Market 

Eden Samuel C. (S. C. Eden & Co.), r. 87 
N. New Jersey 

Eden S. C. & Co. (Samuel C. Eden and 
Charlton Eden), clock dealers, 19 E. 
Market 

Eddy A. chaplnin, Soldiers Home, ws. N. 
Tenne see. bet. Isl ami 2d 

Eddy Morris R. teller, Indiana National 
Bank, r. ws. Tennessee bet. 1st and 
2d 

Edmonds Elizabeth Miss, r. E. Vermont 

Edmonds John, elk. W. & H. Glenn, r. 
350 N. Meridian 

Eimunds William (Hendricks, Edmunds 
& Co ), r. 340 N. Meridian 

Edson Hanford A. Rev. pastor. Second 
Presbyterian Church, bds. 167 N. 
Tennessee 

Edwards David, Streight'a lumber yard, 
bds. Mrs. Vincent's, Pearl 

ifdwards Edward, harness maker, 172 
BluflFrd. r. 89| S. Illinois 

Edwards Edward, hooker, Ind. Rolling 
Mill 

Edwards G. J. gas fitter, r. 194 W. South 

EDWARDS, GREENOUGH & DeVED 
(Richard Edwarrls, W. A. Greenough, 
jr. and A. J. DeVed), publishers. In- 
dianapolis City Directory and direc- 
tories for St. Louis, Louisville, Mil- 
waukee, etc, etc. 16J E. Washington 

Edwards' House, Louis Edwards, prop'r, 
87 and 89 S Illinois 

No. 8 Odd Fellows* Hall. 



Hardware, and Horse Collar Manfrs., 20 West Washington Street. 



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Edward John, lab. bds. 323 S. Pennsyl- 

variiii 
EDWAKUS LOUIS, prop'r, Edward's 

House, 87 and 89 S. Illinois 
Edwards L. 15. bds. Walker House 
EDWARDS RICHARD (Edwards, Gree- 

nough & DeVed), bds. iSherman 

House 
Edwards Richard, painter, r. 398 S. West 
Edwards Westley, carriage maker, r. 286 

W. Market 
Edwards William, carpenter, bds. 286 W. 

Market 
Edwards W. M. lab. r. 124 Hosbrook 
Egau John, jewelry, 91 S. Illinois, bds. 

Scott House 
Eggerstedt .lacob, watchman, U. S. Arse- 

nel, bds. William Iskis' 
Eggert W. (Buruham & Eggert), bds. 38 

W. Market 
Eha Geo. stonecutter, r. Coburn, nr. East 
Ehrensperger Frank, salesman, Ray, 

Mayhew & Co. r. 266 N. East 
Ehrhardt William, salesman, Jacob Voeg- 

tle, r. 181 E. Washington 
Ehrlich Joseph, clothier, 129 S. Illinois, 

r. HE. South 
Ehrlich Joseph (Marks & Ehrlich), r. E. 

South, cor. Meridian 
Ehrlich William, cigarmaker, bds. Mrs. 

Reed's 
Ehrlich William M. clerk, 129 S. Illinois, 

bds. Meridian, cor. South 
Ehyea James A. book-keepei', Hous^ of 

Lords, 78 W. Washington 
Eibell Francis, bookbinder, bds. Scott 

House 
Eibell Jos. bookbinder, bds. Scott House 
Eicher John, painter, bds. 61 S. Noble 
Eicher F. carpenter, I. & C. R. R. shops, 

bds. 61 S. Noble 
Eichmann Cseser, clothing, 145 W. Wash- 
ington, r. same 
Eighth Ward School House, Virginia av, 

bet. Huron and Noble 
Eirich Joseph, stonecutter, r. 167 Union 
Elbreg George (Wright & Elbreg), bds. 

S. Maryland, second house ss. from 

Scott House 
Elder E. A. grocer, 99 Massachusetts av. 

r. same 
Elder John, r. New York, cor. New Jersey 
Elder J. R. r. 81 N. New Jersey 
Elder William G. dealer in nursery stock, 

r. 32 Massachusetts av. 
Eldikin W. H. bricklayer, bds. 297 E. 

New York 
Eldridge Isaac, messenger, American Ex- 
press Co. r. Rose, cor. River 
Eldridge Jacob (Eldridge, Jones & Co.), 

r. 74 S. Mississippi 
Eldridge, Jones & Co. (Jacob Eldridge, 

Jesse Jones and Adam GriflBn), real 

estate agta, 31^ W. Washington 

Fine Silks, at No. 3 
16 



THESI1\]\ISSIPPI 

PAID OVER 't 

'$40,000 m LOSSES 

During the year 1865. 



Elff Frank, barber shop, 103 S. Illinois, 
r. 273 S. New Jersey 

Ellenbogen Elias M. (Ellenbogen & Co.), 
bds. Moody's restaurant 

Ellenbogen & Co. (Elias M. Ellenbogen 
and A. Kahn), clothing, ret. 25 S. 
Illinois 

Elliott Byron K. (Elliott & Johnson), r. 22 
California 

Elliott Calvin A. (Elliott, Ryan & Co.), r. 
180 N. West 

Elliott George, r. 180 N. West 

ELLIOTT, GADD & CO. (Samuel W. El- 
liot, Uzal M. Gadd and John Bless- 
ing), whol. and ret. dry goods, 74 E. 
Washington 

Elliott Jesse W. (H. H. Boggess & Co.), r. 
79 St. Joseph 

Elliott James, 322 N. Illinois 

Elliott John, barkeeper. Brilliant saloon, 
bds. same 

Elliott John, deputy sheriff, Marion coun- 
ty, r. 77 N. Noble 

Elliott John, brakeman, Central R. R. bds. 
320 E. Washington 

Elliott J. F. agt. Singer's Manu'fgCo. r. 
48 E. Washington 

Elliott J. Perry, photographic gallery, 8 
and 10 E. Washington, r. 293 N. 
Delaware 

Elliott J. W. book keeper, Elliott, Gadd 
& Co. r. 79 E. St. Joseph 

Elliott N. K. conductor, Ind. Central R, 
R. bds. Bates House 

Elliott Russell, paymaster, B. R. R. r. 
248 S. Alabama 

Elliott, Ryan & Co. (Calvin A. Elliott, 
James B. Ryan and Thomas F. Ryan), 
grocers, wines and liquors, whol. 48 
S. JMeridian 

Elliott S. Hervey, conductor, I. & C. R. 
R. bds. Bates House 

Elliott Samuel W. (Elliott, Gadd & Co.), 
bds. Bates House 

Elliott S. Wilson, elk. I. & C. Ticket Of- 
fice, bds. 183 E. Ohio 

Elliott Taylor B. bds. 183 E. Ohio 

ELLIOTT THOMAS B.' flour, grain, pro- 
duce, etc. 150 S. Alabama, r. W. 
Michigan donation line 

Elliott William D. elk. County Recorder's 
office, bds. 183 E. Ohio 

Elliott Wiliam J. County Recorder, r. 183 
E. Ohio 

Odd Fellows' Hall. 



Omar Newman Commission l\1erchant, wholesale dealer in Agricultural 



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A. m. BBiriZAlMt 6l CO., 

Music lealers 

BATES HOUSE CORNER, 



I1MBIANAPOL.IS. 



Elliott & Johnson (Byron K. Elliott and 
Thomas E. Johnson), attorneys at 
law, 24J E. Washington 

Ellis Charles L. B. painter, B. R.R. shop, 
r. 2G5 N. Davidson 

Ellis Henry, carpenter, r. 284 N. New 
Jersey 

Ellis Hiram, bds. 402 N. New Jersey 

Ellis Thomas, cupola tender. Sinker & 
Co. 

Eliot George, carpenter, r. 110 Plum 

Ellsworth Samuel W. conductor, L. & I. 
R. R. bds. Bates House 

Elmer J. W. lab. Dailey, Keifer & Rush, 
r. 192 E. McCarty 

Elms Charles, freight engineer, B. R. R. 

Elsbron Henry, Union Cabinet Factory 

Elstrud Henry, cabinet maker, r. 83 N. 
Davidson 

Eltzroth John, confectioner, 59 N. Illi- 
nois, bds. same 

Elvin 0. W. conductor freight train, I. & 
P. R. R.r. 258 S.Alabama 

Ely Dan. J. student, PURDY'S BUSI- 
NESS COLLEGE 

Ely Joseph (Ely & Bruner), r. es. N. Ten- 
nessee, bet. 3d and 4lh 

Ely & Bruner (Joseph Ely and Adam 
Bruner), carpenters and builders, al. 
bet. Pennsylvania and Delaware, 
Washington and .Market 

Elyea James A. bartender, First National 
Saloon, bds. House of Lords 

Embres Thomas (col'd), barber, r. Doug- 
lass, bet. \V. Ohio and New York, N. 
Missouri and West 

Embry Thomas (col'd), barber, 171 Indi- 
ana av. r. Douglass al. 

Emelli Max. painter, r. 308 E. Washing- 
ton 

Emerich Henry (Jacob Becker & Co.), r. 

W. Maryland, nr. canal 
Emers H. T. L. (Youart & Emers), bds. 
Hamilton House 

Emerson R. B. (Emerson & Thompson), 

r. 239 W. Market 
Emerson & Thompson (R. B. Emerson 
and Eli Thompson), contractors, al. 
nr. West, bet. Market and Washing- 
ton 
Emery Joseph, bds. Scott House 
Emmons A. Mrs. r. 281 N. Noble 
Emmons Sarah Mrs. r. 168 Winston 
Emmons William, marble cutter, A. J. 
Wilson, r. 168 N. Winston 



Em rick Henry, clothier, r. 224 W. Mary- 
land 

Endre John, harness maker, r. 326 E. 
New York 

Eneger John, lab. r. 124 Hosbrook 

Enerson E. elk. P. A. Fahnestock, r. 269 
E. Maryland 

Engal John, carpenter, r. 97 Bates 

Engel John M. butcher, Gardiner & En- 
ners, r. N. Davidson, 3d house from 
cor. Michigan 

Enggass Hirsch, mer. tailor, 115 E. 
Washington, r. 280 S. Delaware 

Englebach Herman, bds. E. Washington, 
ne. cor. East 

Engelkin Frederick, lab. Butsch & Dick- 
son, r. 143 Bluff rd. 

Engelkin William, lab. Butsch & Dick- 
son, r. 208 Huron 

Engine House No. 2, Massachusetts av. 
cor. New York, Charles Curtis, en- 
gineer 

England George, carpenter, r. 226 W. 
New York 

Engle Francis E. printer. Daily Herald, 
bds. E. Market 

Engle George B. jr. elk. T. H. & I. freight 
office, r. 287 E. Market 

Engle Willis D. elk. T. H, & I. R. R. 
r. 287 E. Market 

English David W. painter, r. 87 S. Penn- 
sylvania 

English E. G. bds. 48 Circle 

English George R. carpenter, r. 325 In- 
diana av. 

English John, lab. Ind. Rolling Mill 

English Joseph K. r. East, cor. Michigan 

English Lutheran Church, J. A. Kunkle- 
man, pastor, Alabama, cor. New 
York 

English M. A. Mad., Indiana State Mu- 
seum, 83 and 85 E. Washington, r. 
same 

English William (English & Martin), r. 
21 E. North 

English William H. president First Na- 
tional Bank of Indianapolis, r. 48 W. 
Circle 

English Willie, messenger First National 
Bank of Indianapolis, r. 48 W. Circle 

English W.H.,State Museum, bds. Little's 
Hotel 

English & Martin (William English and 
Richard Martin), carriage painting, 
etc. 25 S. East 

Enmore George, bds. rear 218 E. Wash- 
ington 

Enners Louis (Gardiner & Enners), r. 
367 N. Noble 

Enners Louis, butcher, C. Gardiner, r. 
365 N. Noble 

Enners Mrs. r. 387 N. Noble 

Enners Wm. grocer. Noble, cor. Massa- 
chusetts av. r. 369 N. Noble 



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Enos B, V. builder, shop on al. rear of 
Roberts Chapel, r. 397 N. Alabama 

Enos R. C. carpenter, works rear Roberts 
Chapel, bds. 397 N. Alabama 

Enos Trovillo H. K. book-keeper, Brown- 
ing & Sloan, r. 2 Indiana av. cor. 
Ohio 

Enwall John, barkeeper, Atlantic Saloon, 
bds. 172 S. Illinois 

Enj^art Elizabeth Mrs. boarding house, 
117 W. New York 

Epperd M. Frank, teamster, r. 295 N. 
Alabama 

Equitable Fire Insurance Co. of Indian- 
apolis, E. D. Olin, sec'y and treas. 
H. S. Dakin, gen'l agt. 4 Odd Fel- 
lows' Hall 

Equitable Life Assurance Co. Dr. W. R. 
Bullard, medical examiner, 79 E. 
Market 

Erdelmeyer Frank (A. Metzner & Co.), 
bds. 263 E. Washington 

Erdelmeyer John C. with A. Metzner & 
Co. r. at store 

Erick William, bricklayer, r. 212 Win- 
ston 

Erie Transportation Co. W. T. Clark, agt. 
office '.'4 Virginia av. bet. Delaware 
and Alabama 

Erikson Woods, blacksmith, bds. Depot 
Exchange 

Ernst Frederick, expressman, r. 137 
Union 

Ernst Lippman, elk. 185 E. Washington, 
hds. Solomon's 

Ervin Cornelius A. carpenter, r. 62 Sick- 
ing 

Ervin Samuel, elk. bds. Scott House 

Erwin Thomas, lab. r. 37 Henry 

Eselgroth Lena, servant, works at 135 N. 
Illinois 

Eska Christian, lab. I. & C. R. R. r. 427 
Virginia av. 

Eske Christian, lab. r. 427 Virginia av. 

Essike A. (A. & R. Essike), r. 170 S. Illi- 
nois 

Essike A. & R. (A. and R. Essike), butch- 
ers, 170 S. Illinois 

Essike R. (A. & R. Essike), r. 170 S. Illi- 
nois 

Essman William, grocer and saloon, Illi- 
nois, ne. cor. South, r. same 

Estabrook William D. blacksmith, bds. 
S. Tennessee, bet. Louisiana and W. 
South 

Ethell George F. elk. McLene & Herron, 
bds. Pennsylvania, bet. E. Washing- 
ton and Market 

Ethell William G. salesman, Pee, Con- 
duitt & Cox, bds. Sherman House 

Etheridge Hamlet T. salesman, Dury, 
Merritt & Wightman, bds. Mrs. 
Reed's 



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Etsler Lloyd, wagonmaker, r, 366 N. 
East 

Etsler Mattie, servant, r. 114 N. Tennes- 
see 

Ettinger Gustavus, boarding house and 
saloon, 86 S. Meridian, r. same 

Evangelical Association, es. New Jersey, 
bet. Market and Ohio, Rev. J. McGo- 
mer. Pastor 

Eugene John (col'd), works at 180 N. 
Meridian 

Euller Mag, wid, r. 232 Railroad 

Eurich John, saloon and restaurant, 17 
N. Illinois, r. ws. Madison rd. out- 
side city 

Eurich Joseph, barkeeper, John Euricli, 
r. 167 S. Union 

Evans Abel, mail agt. r. N, end Jackson^ 
outside corporation 

Evans Adolphus G. salesman, J. D. Evans 
& Co. bds. 236 N. Illinois 

Evans Andrew, works at Armory, r. 107 
Massachusetts av. 

Evans Augustus, elk. Evans & Co. r. 236 
N. Illinois 

Evans Edward P. boot and shoemaker, 
bds. 287 Market 

Evans Elizabeth, servant, W. end Wash- 
ington 

Evans E. B. heater, Ind. Rolling Mill, 
r. 398 S. Missouri 

Evans George A. elk. John Evans, bds. 
Scott House 

Evans George T. (J. P. Evans & Co.), r. 
N. Meridian, north of corporation 

Evans Green (col'd), waiter. First Na- 
tion Saloon, r. same 

Evans H. W. carpenter, I. & C. R. R. 
shops, r. 25 Lord 

Evans John, blacksmith, Ind. Rolling 
Mill 

Evans John, hats, caps, boots, shoes and 
clothing, 53 S. Illinois, bds. Scott 
House 

Evans John (col'd), elk. Charles Jones, 
r. 185 Elizabeth 

Evans John, blacksmith, r. 87 Ann 

Evans John D. (J. D. Evans & Co.), r. 236 
N. Illinois 

Evans J. D. & Co. (John D. Evans, Jas. 
H. Harrison and Elhenan V. Peter- 
son), notions and fancy goods, whol, 
75 S. Meridian 

Evans J. P. (J. P. Evans & Co.), r. 324 
N. 



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EVANS J. P. & CO. (J. P. Eviins, W. 
R. Evans and Geoige T. Evans), oil 
mill, 124 S. Delaware 

Evans Johnson, carpenter, r. 44 Blake 

Evans London (col'd), lab. 68 N. Noble 

Evans L. Mrs. r. 145 Virginia av. 

Evans, Mayo & Co. (W. N. Evans, E. H. 
Mayo and M. W. Goss), whol. boots 
and shoes, 127 S. Meridian 

Evans Thomas, pastor. United Brethren 
Churoh, r. 166 N. Liberty 

Evans Thomas P. bds. Bates House 

Evans T. R. daguerrean artist, bds. Lit- 
tle's Hotel 

Evans William, bricklayer, es. Hlinois, 
bet. 4th and 5th 

Evans William H. elk. P. 0. bds. 279 W. 
Washington 

Evans W. N. (Evans, Mayo & Co.) 

Evans W. R. (J. P. Evans & Co.), r. N. 
Meridian, north of corporation 

Evans Z. engineer, r. 181 Elizabeth 

Evanson E. P. shoemaker, bds. 287 E. 
Market 

Everett John, carpenter, bds. 211 N. Mis- 
souri 

Everett Richard A. heater. Rolling Mill, 
r. 369 S. Illinois 

Everhart John, brakeman, Central R. R. 
bds. 320 E. Washington 

Everist Samuel, carpenter, Sinker's 
Foundry, r. 167 Saint Joseph 

Everling Mary, wid. John, r. 29 EUs- 

■worth 
Everling William, r. 29 Ellsworth 
Evers Pierce, carpenter, r. Buchanan, nr. 

Virginia av. 
Everson Erastus, elk. P. A. Fahnestock, 

r. 69 E. Maryland 
Everson Margaret Mrs. r. 69 E. Mary- 
land 
Ewald Robert D. book-keeper, Adjutant 
General's Office, State House, r. 128 
S. East 
Ewell Peter, cigarmaker, C. Raschig's , 

r. 424 E. Vermont 
Ewing Bazel, cook. Palmer House, r. 140 

W. Georgia 
Ewing David, physician, bds. 74 N. Penn- 
sylvania 
Ewing Elijah P. painter, r. 272 S. Illi- 
nois 
Ewing Jacob D. physician, 33 Virginia 
av. r. same 



Ewing James G. machinist, Speigel, 
Thorns & Co. r. 228 Winston 

Ewing John F. tinner, bds. 131 E. New 
York 

Ewry Joseph, baker, Nickum & Parrott, 
bds. Mrs. Reed's 

EXCHANGE BILLIARD SALOON, es. 
Illinois, bet. Washington and Mar- 
ket 

Eyrnenn Henry, shoemaker, r. 144 W. 
Washington 

FACEMIRE Ambrose, orderly. District 
Headquarters, 70 E. Market 
Fack Fred. elk. stoie room, Bates House, 

r. 128 W. Ohio 
Fahler Henry, lab. Washington Foundry, 

r. 127 E. Merrill 
FAHNESTOCK P. A. groceries and pro- 
visions, 59 S. Illinois, bds. 182 S. 
New Jersey 
Fahnley Frederick (Stiles, Fahnley & 

McCi-ea), bds. at Daniel J. Stiles' 
Fahrbacii George, lab. r. 230 S. New Jer- 
sey 
Fahrbach Phillip, prop'r Washington 
HaU Saloon, 78 and 80 W. Washing- 
ton, r. 62 W, South, bet. Illinois and 
Tennessee 
FAHRION GEORGE, flour and feed, 92 

E. South, r. same 
Faiobi Frederick, lab. r. es. Tennessee, 

bet. Norwood and McCarty 
Fair Christopher, roller. Rolling Mill, 

bds. 279 S. Tennessee 
Fair George, heater. Rolling Mill, bds. 

279 S. Tennessee 
Fairbairn Eliza, r. es. N. Pennsylvania, 

outside corporation 
Fairbarn Richard, bds. es. N. Pennsylva- 
nia, outside corporation 
Fallbank Philip, plasterer, r. 230 S. New 

Jersey 
Fancher Alton H. clerk P. 0. bds. 162 N. 

Illinois 
Farber Joseph, physician, bds. 90 S. Me- 
ridian s^^ 
Farber Joseph, lab. Indianapolis Rolling 

Mill 
Faries Milton, carpenter, N. Mississippi, 

bet. 6th and 7th 
Farley Thomas, saw manuf. 136 S. Penn- 
sylvania, r. same 
Farmer A. heater, Indianapolis Rolling 

Mill 
Farman Francis, (Farman & Linas), r. 24 

N. Delaware 
Farman & Linas, (Francis Farman and 
Daniel Linas), stone yard, Mississip- 
pi, cor. Kentucky av. 
Farmer James, r. 194 N. East 
Farmer J. B. real estate agent, r. 290 
Railroad av. 



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Farmer Lester, elk. B. R. W, ticket office, 

bus. '^:i E. Michigan 
Farmer Richard (col'd), lab. r. West, nr. 

canal 

Farmers' nnd Merchants' Insurance Co. 

of Indianapolis, R. T. Brown, Pres. 

A. J. LMvis, Sec. 3 Blackford's block 

Farnswortli Thomas, book agent, r. 132 

Liberty 
Farneswortli Charles 0, with asst. ed. 
Daily Evening Gazette, 34 S. Mei'id- 
ian 
Faro Jacob, r. 27 N. New Jersey 
Farrell Andrew, barkeeper, Farrell & 
Bro. bds. Indiana av. sw. cor. Mich- 
igan 
Farrell C. J. dressmaker, 73 N. Pennsyl- 
vania, r. same 
Farrell Edward, (Farrell & Bro.), r. Indi- 
ana av. sw. cor. Michigan 
Farrell Fargus, portei', Lan3ers, Tark- 
inglon & Pattison, r. 77 W. St. Clair 
Farrell Joseph T. (Farrell & Bro.), r. In- 
diana av. sw. cor. Michigan 
Farrell Mary, wid. r. 169 N. Davidson 
Farrell & i3ro. (Joseph T. and Edward 
Fiiriell), saloon, Indiana av. sw. cor. 
Michigan 
Farriday Richard, r. 2d, West of R. R. on 

canal 
Fasold Eli, clerk, Singer Manuf. Co, bds. 

84 Massachusetts av. 
Fathom Dayton, lab. 23 Arch 
Fathom Sarah, wid. 23 Arch 
Fatoul Joshua M. carpenter, r. 238 N. 

West 
Fatout M. K. carpenter, r. 238 N. AVest 
Fatout Percy H. carpenter, Mississippi, 

cor. North, r. 250 N. Mississippi 
Faucet Robert, St. R. R. driver, bds. Mrs. 

Vincent's, Pearl 
Faucett David, boarding house, 26 South 

Mississippi 
Faucett Joseph T. (J. T. & W. M. Fau- 
cett), r. 310 Indiana av. 
Faucett J. T. & W. M. (Joseph T. Faucett 
and Wilson M. Faucett), livery and 
sale stable, 163 W. Washington 
Faucett Wilson M. (J. T. & W. M. Fau- 
cett), r. 302 W. Maryland 
Faucher Alton H. student, PURDY'S BU- 
SINESS COLLEGE 
FAUGHT W. H. groceries and provis- 
ions, Virginia av. cor. New Jersey, 
r. 154 S. New Jersey 
Faulker John, lab. r. 340 S. Delaware 
Fauscette Smith, salesman, F. Dernham, 

bds. 26 S. Mississippi 
Faust Michael, waiter, W. Selking, bds. 

with same 
Fay John B. saloon, 1 Pearl, bds. Macy 

House 
Fearnley John (J. Fearnley & Co.), r. 186 
W. Vermont 

Party Sillcs, at No. 



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Fearnley J. & Co. (John Fearnley and Jo- 
seph McKelvy), carpenters, builders 
and prop'rs. planing mill, Cumber- 
land al. rear of Herald building 
Feary Jerry E. carpenter, 318 North, r. 

same 
Featherland William, lab. r. 304 Massa. 

chusetts av. 
Featherston J. R. physician, 30 N. Penn- 
sylvania, r. 165 Massachusetts av. 
Featherston William E. auction rooms, 
82 E. Washington, r. 165 xMassachu- 
setts av. 
Feeny Patrick, helper, Indianapolis Roll- 
ing Mill 
Fehrenbatch John, machinist and black- 
smith. Central shop, r. Georgia, ne. 
cor. Cady 
Feibelman A. L. (Feibelman & Rauh), r. 

4 163 W. South 
Feibelman & Rauh, (Adolph L. Feibel- 
man and Bernard Rauh), clothing, 
retail, 42 W. Louisiana and 1 Palmer 
House 
Feil Augustus, clerk. Am. Ex. Co. r. ^3 

Madison av. 
Feil John, wagonmaker, 123 Bluff road , 

r.396S. Illinois 
Feiner Julius (Krug & Feiner), r. Meek, 

sw. cor. Noble 
Felbach John, carpenter, r. 11 Buchanan 
Feld S. sign painter, Nelson's al. bet. Lib- 
erty and East 
Feldbush John, works at arsenal, r. 168 

N. Davidson 
Felix Charles, (Felix & Rowan), r. near 

Soldiers' Home 
Felix Charles, painter, r. 372 S. West 
Felix & Rowan, (Charles Felix and Jas. 
A. Rowan), shooting gallery, 44 W. 
Washington, over Crystal Palace 
Fell Joseph (Fell & Duncan), r. 242 N. 

Illinois 
Fell & Duncan, (Jeseph Fell and Mason 
H. Duncan), physicians and sur- 
geons, 9 Bate's block, up stairs 
Feller George, watchm.aker, jeweller and 
silver plater, 149 Washington, cor. 
Alabama, r. 288 N. Tennessee 
Felling Fred, clerk, r. New Jersey, cor. 

South 
Felock Henry, barkeeper, E. Beck, bds. 

with same 
Feltman Henry, boot and shoe maker, 
Louis Siersdorfer, bds. 406 S. Dela- 
ware 
3 Odd Fellows' Hall. 



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BATES HOUSE CORNEE, INDIANAPOLIS, 

Keep the largest stock of 

MUSICAL MERCHANDISE 

IN THE STATE, 



Feltman Herman, shoemaker, r. 39G S. 
Delaware 

Feltz Fred, policeman, bds. 284 E. Mar- 
ket ^ 

Fendor John R. elk. 70 E. Market 

Fenner Martin, watchman, Govercor's 
office, r. Kentucky av.2d house from 
Bank of the State 

Fenton Franklin, saw maker, E. C. At- 
kins, r. 229 E. South 

Fenton John, bds. 64 W. Maryland 

Fenton John, tinner, 224 E. Washington, 
bds. N. Alabama, next to Pattison 
House 

Ferdinand James, stone cutter, r. 231 S. 
Delaware 

Ferguson Alex, stonecutter, r. 393 Mas- 
sachusetts av. 

Ferguson Clements A. watches, jewelry 
and plated ware, 7 VV. Washington, 
r. Meridian, cor. 7th 

Ferguson E. wid. r. 265 N. Illinois 

FERGUSON JAMES C. pork packer and 
com. mer. Pennsylvania, bet. South 
and Merrill, r. 129 N. Meridian 

Ferguson John A. elk. W. J. Holliday & 
Co. r. 270 N. Tennessee 

Ferguson J. A. bookbinder, Wm. & J. 
Braden, r. 265 N. Illinois 

Ferguson Kilby, attorney at law, r. 251 
E. McCarty 

Ferguson N. W. mer. tailor, r. 360 N. Me- 
ridian 

Ferguson Rezin, mer. tailor, 16 W. Mary- 
land, r. 479 N. Meridian 

Ferguson Robert, plasterer, r. es. N. Me- 
ridian, outside corporation 

Ferguson S. R. teamster, r. 444 S. Illinois 

Ferguson William B. book-keeper, W. I. 
Haskit & Co. r. 140 S. West 

Ferguson, see also Furgason 

Ferling George, barber, r. 124 E. Mary- 
land 

Ferlughfc Ernst, lab. Cabinet Makers' 
Union, r. 338 Virginia av. 

Fernbatch John, machinist, r. 452 E. 
Georgia 

Fernzel John P. saloon and restaurant, 
133 S. Illinois, r. same 

Ferree F. M. (Boyd, Ferree & Johnston), 
r. 369 N. New Jersey 

Ferree Gerrard D. printer, r. 254 E. Ohio 

Ferrell E. J. groceries and provisions, 65 
S. Illinois, r. 477 W. Michigan 



Ferrell William R.clk. E. J. Ferrell, bds. 
477 W. Michigan 

Ferriter Morris, school teacher, r. 142 
BlufiF road 

Ferriter Mrs. r. 331 E. Louisiana 

Ferriter Thomas, lab. r. 3 Bates 

Ferry Charles, bricklayer, bds. N. East, 
bet. Cherry and Gregg 

Ferry Hugh Mrs. r. 77 N. Delaware 

Ferry John, bricklayer, r. N. East, bet. 
Cherry and Gregg 

Ferry Thomas, lab. bds. N. East, bet. 
Cherry and Gregg 

Fersher Charles, lab. bds. 260 W. Wash- 
ington 

Fertig Frank, house, sign and ornamen- 
tal painter, 6 E. Washington, r. 65 
W. South 

Fertig Louis, salesman, C. E. Geisendorff 
& Co. J)ds. 35 Indiana av. 

Fertise Davis, elk. bds. Scott House 

Fesler William B. carpenter, r. 212 BluflF 
road 

Fesler W. H. (Fesler & Co.), boards Ray 
House 

Fesler & Co. (W. H. Fesler, J. A. Vawter 
and Edward Grosse), produce deal- 
ers, 37 S. Meridian 

Fette Charles, machinist, Washington 
Foundry, r. 250 S. Alabama 

Fette George (Raible & Fette), r. 128 
Duncan 

Fetter George, tailor, r. 123 Duncan 

Fetzer Frederick, tailor, J. P. Jihrling, r. 
44 Virginia av. 

Feuehtmich E., Cabinet Makers' Union 
factory 

Fey Conrad, woodsawyer, r. 277 N. Noble 

Fey Henry, lab. John Grosh, bds. 277 N. 
Noble 

Ffheneney Charles, gardener, r. N. es. 
Mississippi, cor. 3d 

Fibe Peter, teamster, r. 318 Railroad av. 

Fibelman A. L. clothier whol. and ret. r. 
163 W. South 

Fiddick R. 0. Mrs. dressmaker, 93 S. 
Pennsylvania, r. same 

Fidels Solomon, (Zimmers & Fidels), r. 
110 S. Illinois 

Fiebelman Adolph L. (Fiebelman & 
Rauh), r. 163 W. South 

Fiel A. G. elk. American Ex. Co. r. 43 S. 
Madison av. 

Fields Cecelia Miss, cook, eating house, 
113 S. HHnois 

Fifth Presbyterian Church, New Jersey, 
bet. E. Washington and Maryland 

Fifth Ward school house. Miss Kate Hig- 
gins, prin. ss. Maryland, bet. Mis- 
sissippi and Missouri 

Filer Samuel J. salesman, Bowen, Stew- 
art & Co. r. 265 N. Illinois 

Finch Christopher, butcher, 276 W. Wash- 
ington, r. same 



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Finch Edward, elk, Kingan & Co. r. 199 
W. Maryland 

Finch H. B. claim agt, Blackford Block, 
r. 286 E. Ohio 

Finch John, student, bds. 286 E. Ohio 

Finch Tobias M. r. 286 E. Ohio 

FINCKE L. A. watchmaker and jeweler, 
57 S. Illinois, r. Mississippi, cor. 
Washington 

Fink Daniel, baker, r. 36 Douglass 

Fink Mary Mrs. r. 151 East McCarty 

Finkbiner William, cigarmaker, r. 28 N. 
Delaware 

Finley Benj. F. elk. Dist. Headquarters, 
70 E. Market 

Finley Helen Mrs. dressmaking, stamp- 
ing, plating, etc. ss. Market, bet. Del- 
aware and Pennsylvania, r. same 

Finley Hugh L. student, bds. 240 E. Ohio 

Finley H. A. Mrs. dress and cloak ma- 
ker, 77 Market, r. same 

Finley VVilliam (col'd), plasterer, 2d, W. 
of R. R. on canal 

Finn John, cooper, r. 162 Union 

Finn John, lab. r. 35 Dougherty 

Finnan John, r. 7th, bet. Pennsylvania 
and Delaware 

Finnegan .Michael, porter, Palmer House 

Finney Ebenezer W. elk. Sawyer & Has- 
selman, r. Virginia av. city limits 

Finney Jasper, salesman. Sawyer & Has- 
selnian, r. 430 S. Virginia av. 

Finter Frederick, baker, r. 113 Fort 
Wayne av. 

First Baptist Church, New York, ne. cor. 
Pennsylvania 

First English Lutheran Church, New 
York, sw. cor. Alabama 

First German Reformed Church School, 
Alabama, cor. Market, William H. 
Snethkamp, teacher 

FIRST NATIONAL BANK of Indianap- 
olis, William H. English, pres. John 
C. New, cash. Washington, ee. cor. 
Meridian 

First Presbyterian Church, Market, nw. 
cor. Circle 

First Ward School House, E. Ohio, bet. 
New Jersey and East 

Fischer Andy, musician, r. 218 N.' Mis- 
sissippi 

Fischer George, shoemaker, shop and r. 
119 Fort Wayne av. 

Fischer George W. tinsmith, Jacob Voeg- 
tle 

Fiscus Andrew, builder, r. 371 N. East 

Fiseus John R. bricklayer, r. 156 N. East 

Fiscus Thomas, bricklayer, 280 St. Clair 

Fiscus William, bricklayer, r. 65 N. East 

Fiscus AVilUam, watchman on steamboat 
Gov. Morton, runs to Waverly, r. 
248 N. East 
Fish Byron, printer, H. C. Chandler & 
Co. r. 186 N. Mississippi 



THE OFFICE OF THE 

Sinnissippi 

IS ON GROUND FLOOR, 

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Fish Charles, elk, P. 0. bds. 33 W. Mary- 
land 

Fish Charles, salesman, Horn & Ander- 
son, 31 W. Washington 

Fish Elizabeth, wid. William, r. 186 N. 
Mississsippi 

Fish John L. book-keeper, Mayhew & 
Branham, r. 78 Pratt 

Fish Olivia Mrs. oyster saloon. Meridian, 
cor. Louisiana 

Fish William S. printer. Journal, bds. 33 
W. Maryland 

Fishback John, tanner, 125 S. .Meridian 
and ws. Michigan road, nr. canal, r. 
16 E. Michigan 

Fishback William P. (Porter, Harrison 
& Fishback), r. N. Meridian, opp. 
Blind Asylum 

Fisher A. salesman, Sponsler & McCree- 
ry, r. 152 E. St. Clair 

Fisher Benjamin, barber, 84 N. Meridian, 
r. 189 S. Illinois 

Fisher Benjamin, barber shop, Illinois, 
cor. Louisiana, bds. 189 S. Illinois 

Fisher Catherine, wid. William, r. 257 E, 
Washington 

Fisher Charles, justice of peace. Meridi- 
an, ue. cor. Washington, Yohn's blk. 

Fisher Charles, tailor, 300 E. Washing- 
ton, r. same 

Fisher Charles, watchman, U. S. Foun- 
dry, r. 123 Spring 

Fisher C. Mrs. r. 255 E. Washington, 3d 
floor 

Fisher James, student, Mumford's Com- 
mercial College, bds. 26 W. North 

Fisher James, traveling agent, bds. 71 
Indiana av. 

Fisher John E. bartender. Bates House 
Saloon, bds. same 

Fisher Joseph (M. N. Strauss & Co.), bds. 
Bates House 

Fisher Polly Miss, r. Washington, cor. 
East 

Fisher Rachel (col'd), wid.r. 68 N. Noble 

Fisher Robert L. (Fisher & Webb) 

Fisher Samuel, taller, r. 50 Fletcher av. 

Fisher Stearns, State paymaster, 9 Bates' 
blk. W. Washington, r. Wabash, In- 
diana 

Fisher William, butcher, r, 255 E. Wash- 
ington, 3d floor 

Fisher William book-keeper, C. F. 
Schmidt, r. 58 Wyoming 



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Buy your Saddles, Harness, Whips, Collars, Coach and Carriage 

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receipt of the market price. 



Fisher William, hostler, bds. 257 E. 

Washington 
Fisher W. I. boot and shoe maker, Joseph 
Wert, r. E. Washington, out side city 
limits 
Fisher & Webb, (Robert L. Fisher and 
Joseph P. Webb), grocers, ret. 829 
Indiana av. 
Fishner Rachel, laundress, r. 273 S. West 
Fitch Horace B. actor, bds. 144 N. Ten- 
Fitch Wm. H. barkeeper, r. 366 W. Wash- 
ington 
Fitchey M. carpenter and builder, 186 

W. Market, r. 146 W. Vermont 
Filler J. C. r. 81 W. Michigan 
Fitzerl Edward, lab. C. & I. C. R. R. shop, 

r. cor. Cady and Meek 
Fitzgerald Edmund, lab. r. 156 Meek 
Fitzgerald Fannie, wid. Michael, r. 247 

Missouri 
Fitzgerald Isaac, stonemason, r. 158 

Blackford 
Fitzgerald John, tinner, 67 and 69 W. 

Washington, r. 399 S. Delaware 
Fitzgerald Joseph, cabinetmaker, r. 158 

Blackford 
Fitzgerald Margaret Miss, works 65 N. 

New Jersey 
Fitzgerald 'William, heater, Ind. Rolling 

Mill, r. 188 Maple 
Fitzhugh Lee M. (Fitzhugh, Pattison & 

Co.), bds. Sherman House 
Fitzhugh, Pattison & Co. (Lee M. Fitz- 
hugh, Augustus E. Pattison, Wallace 
S. Webb and William Needham), dry 
goods and notions, whol. 3 Alvord's 
blk. S. Meridian 
Fitzpatrick Peter, tailor, 66 S. ^Yest, r. 

same 
Flagg W. H. works, Rolling Mill, bds. 
James Gentrys, 6th, bet. Mississippi 
and Tennessee 
Flaharty John. lab. r. N. Illinois, bet. 4th 

and 5th 
Flaherty Patrick, student, National Busi- 
ness College 
Flaherty Sarah Mrs. r. 211 W. Maryland 
Flahiff M. H. machinist, D. Root & Co. 
Flaig D. cabinetmaker, Sloan, Burk & 

Woollen, r. Bluff rd. S. McCarty 
Flaig M. V. carpenter, r. 227 Market 
Flanagan Charles, notions, 91 S. Illinois, 
bds. Scott House 



Flanders Joseph, fireman, I. & C. R. R. r, 

428 E. North 
Flank Henry, railroader, r. 145 Huron 
Planner Annette Mrs. boarding bouse, 

152 N. Michigan, cor. Ohio 
Planner Linn E. traveling agt. r. 152 N. 

Meridian 
Planner L. E. student, National Business 

College 
Flatley P. B. porter, Daily, Keifer & Co. 

r. 247 S. Delaware 
Flegg M. carpenter, bds. 227 E. Market 
Fleishman Lorenzo, foundryman, r. 350 

N. Noble 
Fleitz Charles, blacksmith, 187 Bluff rd. 

r. same 
Fleming David, lab. r. 338 E. Louisiana 
Fleming George H. (G. H. Fleming & Co.), 
masonic publishers, etc. 13 W. Mary- 
land, r. 38 S. Tennessee 
Fleming Jacob, lab. ws. S. West, bet. 

Georgia and Maryland 
Fleming John F. elk. W. G. Dabbs, bds. 

Mrs. Rockwell's 
Fleming John S. blacksmith, bds. East, 

cor. Louckerbee 
Fleming John T. book-keeper, r. 43 Har- 
rison 
Fleming Peter, drayman, r. 480 E. Geor- 
gia 
Fletcher Bishop, hooker, Indianapolis 

Rolling Mill 
Fletcher Calvin, pres. Ind. Branch Bank- 
ing Co. r. Pennsylvania, cor. 1st 
Fletcher Calvin, jr., N. end Plumb, nr. N. 

W. C. University 
Fletcher David, r. 145 N. Mississippi 
Fletcher Elijah, r. 408 N. Delaware 
Fletcher Elizabeth Mrs. r. Wilkerson, 

bet. Union and Railroad 
Fletcher E. T. asst. editor. Journal, r. 408 

N. Delaware 
Fletcher Horace A. elk. U. S. Subsistence 

Department, bds. Sherman House 
Fletcher H. F. elk. American Express Co. 

r. 126 W. Vermont 
Fletcher Ingram, r. 243 N. Pennsylvania 
Fletcher Mary Mrs. r. 314 N. Alabama 
Fletcher Pone, lab. Ind. Rolling Mill 
Fletcher R. F. produce dealer and com. 
mer. 1 Alvord's blk. r. 477 N. Ten- 
nessee 
Fletcher S. A. sr. r. 88 E. Ohio 
Fletcher S. A. jr. (S. A. Fletcher & Co.), 

r. Virginia av. 
Fletcher S. A. & Co. (S. A. Fletcher, jr. 
and F. M. Churchman), bankers, 80 
E. Washington 
Fletcher T. R. bds. Palmer House 
Fletcher William H. r. 326 Virginia av. ' 
Fletcher W. B. physician, 67 N. Alabama, 

r. cor. Alabama and New York 
Fletcher Zachariah, cabinetmaker, r. 126 
W. Vermont 



Childrens' Furs, at No. 3 Odd Fellows' Hall. 



Trimmings of Sulgrove, Reynolds & Co., 20 West Washington Street. 



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Fletcher's Bank, S. A. Fletcher & Co- 

prop'rs, 30 E. Washington 
Flinn Bjroa P. porter, Munson & John- 
ston, r. Dougherty, bet. EmsI and No- 
ble 
Flinn Dennis, brlckmason, r. G9 Maple 
Flinn J. Mrs. r. 83G S. Delaware 
Flinn Martin, lab. C. & I. C. II. R. depot 
Flinn Thomas, plasterer, r. Maple, bet. 

Ray and Wilkens 
Flowers Laura, wid. Dan. dressmaker, 

300 E. Washington, r. s-tme 
Flowers Nannie, r. 248 W. Market 

flowers Samuel P. machinist, r. 20 Cal- 
ifornia 

Flv W. lab. Sloan, Burk & Woollen, r. 
246 Bluff rd. 
'Flynn David, heater, Ind. Rolling Mill 

Flynn John, lab. Ind. Rolling Mill 

Flynn Morris, blacksmith, Ind. Rolling 
Mill 

Flynn Terry, hooker, Ind. Rolling Mill 

Flynn William, lab. Ind. Rolling Mill 

Flynn Terrence, Ind. Rollins Mill, bds. 
69 Ann 

Fogal John, carpenter, r. 255 E. Wash- 
ington, 'Zd floor 

Fogarty Arthur, fireman, Indianapolis 
Agricultural Works, r. 188 S. Missis- 
sippi 

Fogarty Jeremiah, tailor, r. Kentucky av. 

Foger Henry, lab. r. 260 Winston 

Fogle Jacob, elk. r. es. N. Mississippi, 
bet. 1st and 2d 

Fogle Iletiry, carpenter, 523 E. Market, 
r. same 

Foley B. F. carpenter, bds 87 S. Penn- 
sylvania 

Foley James, lab. r. 63 S. Meridian 

Foley Patrick, lab. r. 134 Bright 

Foley Patrick, r. 296 E. Louisiana 

Foljambe George, messenger, Adams Ex- 
press Co. r. West, cor. Michigan 

Foljambe E. S. elk. Adams Express Co. 
r. West, cor. Michigan 

Foljambe Edwin S. bill elk. Adams Ex- 
press Co. Union Depot, bds. S. Ten- 
nessee, bet. Georgia and Louisiana 

Follett John C. book-keeper Home Insur- 
ance Co. office 64 E. Washington, 
bds. 228 N. East 

Follett Joseph B. sec'y Home Mutual In- 
surance Co. 64 E. Washington, bds. 
228 N. East 

Folloon Shephard, works Ind. Female 
College, cor. Ohio and Meridian 

Folsora E. S. (Folsom & Oiin), bds. Pyle 
House 

Folsom & Olin (E. S. Folsom and E. D. 
Olin), agts. Connecticut Mutuiil Life 
Insurance Co. 35 E. Market 

Foltz Howard, elk. bds. 279 N. Alabama 

Foltz Howard M. (Scholtz & Foltz), r. 
279 N. Alabama 



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TO THE STATE OF INDIANA. 



Foly Timothy, lab. Central R. R. shop, 

r. nr. Deaf and Dumb Asylum 
Foot M. W. Mrs. boarding house, r. 18 

E. Michigan 
Foote Obed (R. L. IMcOuat & Co.), r. 155 

N. Tennessee 
Foote William A. book-keeper, Sponsler 

& McCreery, bds. Macy House 
Forat Henry, elk. r. 217 W. Michigan 
Forbes Jos. watchmaker, M. N. Strauss & 

Co. bds. Palmer House 
Forbes Matthew, engineer, Central R. R. 

r. 163 Spring 
Ford John, wood surveyor, r. 161 W. 

South 
Ford Michael, shoemaker, bds. West, nr. 

Maryland 
Ford Stephen, shoemaker, Antony Lintz, 

39 W. Washington 
Forester Marcus (Forester & Lent,) r. 

381 N. Illinois 
Forester & Lent (Marcus Forester and 

William D. Lent), mauf rs of cloaks 

and mantillas, 34 W. Washington 
Forllow Patrick, painter, bds. Scott 

House 
Forrester Tom. tailor, H. W. White, r. 

372 S. Tennessee, nr. Rolling Mill 
Forshee George W. blacksmith, r. 320 W. 

Washington i| 
Forshea Thomas, cTgarmaker, bds. 163 N. 

Noble 
Forwald William, carpenter, bds. 314 N. 

Noble 
Foster Abrara, lab. bds. 104 N. Tennes- 
see 
Foster Alfred S. boilerraaker, r. 156 N. 

Liberty 
Foster Benjamin F. pastor Universalist 

Church and State Librarian, r. 248 N. 

Illinois 
Foster David P. carpenter, v. 104 N. Ten- 
nessee 
Foster Edgar J. (Hume, Adams & Co.), 

bds. 115 Illinois 
Foster E. H. student, National Business 

College 
Foster, HoUoway & Co. (R. S. Foster, H. 

C. HoUoway, J. P. Wiggins and Wm. 

Gregory) , groceries and commissiou 

merchants, whol. 34 Virginia av. and 

61 and 53 S. Delaware 
Foster Isaac, carpenter, bds. 104 N. Ten- 



Fine Dress Goods, at No. 3 Odd Fellows' Hall. 



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K:3Sr.A.BE <Sc GO- 

Took the three first Premiums at the 

Ohio State Fair, Sept. 1856. 

BEIVHAIVX & CO. 

ARE AKENTS. 



Foster Isaac, refreshment stand, es. Camp 
Carrington, oa Lafayette R. R. cor. 
3d 

Foster John B. brakeraan, Jeffersonville 
R. R. r. 77 Oak 

Foster R. S. (Foster, Holloway & Co.), 
bds. 115 N. Illinois 

Foster Thomas, carpet mnfr. r. 193 S. 
New Jersey 

Foster Wallace (Smith & Foster), r. 72 
N.Illinois 

Foster William L. carpenter, al. bet. Mar- 
ket and Ohio, Mississippi and Canal, 
bds. Sheplierd's, New York, cor. Ten- 
nessee 

Foudersaar John, lab. r. Union, bet. Ray 
and Wilkersoa 

Foudray James, bds. 215 N. New Jersey 

Foudray John E. (Wood & Foudray), r. 
N. New Jersey 

Foukt Arnold, elk. bds. 185 E. New 
York 

Foule Sara, carpenter, bds. 35 Indiana 
ay. 

Fourk A. iMrs. milliner and dealer in 
bonnets, ribbons, etc. 56 N. Illinois, 
r. same 

Fourl John, bds. 93 N. New Jersey 

FOURL & GOODYEAR (John Fourl and 
William GoodyeiU|), bonnet bleach- 
ers, 56 N. Illinois 

Fourl John T. (Fourl & Goodyear), r. 56 
N. Illinois, Miller's Block ' 

Fourth Presbyterian Church, Rev. Mr. 
Marshall, pastor, Delaware, cor. 
Market 

Fourth Ward School House, Market, bet. 
West and California 

Fous William, tailor, r. 234 Huron 

Foust E. J. Mrs. boarding house, 115 N. 
Illinois 

Fowler James, carpenter, r. 312 E. AVash- 
ingten 

Fowler J. P. carpenter, 27 S. Alabama, 
r. 312 E. Washington. 

Fox Barney, lab. r. 70 Hosbrook 

Fox George, lab. bds. Depot Exchange 

Fox George, machinist, Bellefontaine R 
R. shop, r. 315 S. Delaware 

Fox Jacob, shoemaker, L. Siersdorfer & 
Bro. bda. S. Mississippi, nr. Mary- 
land 

Fox James jr. lab. Ind. Rolling Mill 

Fox L. B. eating house, r. L. R. R. bet. 2d 



Fox Solomon (Fox & Myer), r. 319 S. 

Fox W. J. driver Street Car, r. 369 W. 
Vermont 

Fox & Myer (Solomon Fox and Moses 
Myer), clothing and furnishing 
goods, 38 W. Washington 

Foy Owen, machinist, I. & C. R. R. shop, 
r. 88 Benton 

Fralicks Joseph, lab. Ind. Rolling Mill 

Francel John P. saloon, 133 S. Illinois 

Franck Anson (R. Schmidt & Co.), r. 38 
S. Alabama 

Frane William, marble worker, r. Ten-^" 
nessee, bet. 6th and 7th * 

Frank Adam, chairmaker, bds. 118 W. 
Vermont 

Frank Anison, liquor dealer, r. 38 S. 
Alabama 

Frank Antony, baggageman. Union De- 
pot, r. 167 Union 

Frank August, tailor, r. 331 E. Ohio 

Frank Henry (Spiegel, Thoms & Co ), r. 
68 Vermont 

Frank James, real estate agt. 39 i W. 
Washington, r. E. Washington, bet. 
Liberty and Noble 

Frank Samuel, elk. Decker & Bro. 47 S. 
Illinois 

Frankem Isaac L. stoves and tinware, 67 
E. Washington, r. 31 W. Michigan 

Frankenstein Catharine Mrs. r. 118 Bluff 
road 

Frankenstein Jacob, barber, Sherman 
House, r. 326 S. Delaware 

Frankholt Peter, lab. Cottrell & Knight, 
r. 186 Bluff rd. 

Franklin Henry, lab. bds. 279 S. Tennes- 
see 

Franklin William, carpenter, r. 320 S. 
Delaware 

Franklin Wm. (col'd), peddler, r. 161 In- 
diana av. 

FRANKLIN WM. H. (col'd), barber, M^ 
dian, ne. cor. Washington, r. 231 W. 
Ohio 

Franko Alexander, elk. Morris, Kahn & . 
Co. r. ns. Maryland, bet. Illinois and 
Meridian 

Franks Jesse J. lab. r. 175 E. South 

Frankum Jonathan, r. 249 N. Illinois 

Frankum Jonathan, jr. bds. 249 N. Illi- 
nois 

Franty Jacob, porter, Pomeroy, Fry & 
Co. bds. nr. Rolling Mill 

Franz Peter F. well digger, r. 222 N.No- 
ble 

Frary John C. printer. Journal office, r. 
Mrs. Austin's 

Frauer Alb't, chairmaker, Spiegel, Thoms 
& Co. r. Michigan road, outside cor- 
poration 
Frauer Gustave, elk. 243 E. Washington, 
bds. same 



and 3d 
W. G. Dabbs can furnish the best Albumen Paper in the West, at low prices 



sell's Reapers and Mowers, and Palmer's Horse Hay Forks, lock box 378. 



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Frauer Herman, elk. 243 E. Washington, 

bds. same 
Frauer J. C. druggist, 243 E. Washing- 
ton, r. same 
Frauer Rudolph, salesman, Spiegel, 

Thorns & Co. r. 344 N. Railroad 
Frazee Aaron, bricklayer, r. N. West 
Frazee John W. r. 303 N. Delaware 
Frazee Samuel E. cashier, P. 0. r. 176 N. 

Illinois 
Frazer William, bridge builder, L. R. R. 

r. 492 N. Tennessee 
Freatgan Carl, tailor, r. 68 N. Noble 
Frederick B. elk. Washington House 
Frederick E. cigar maker, bds. Western 

House 
Frederick George, brickmoulder, r. 124 

Bluff road 
Free Frederick, scroll sawyer, r. S. Noble, 

nr. Cin. track 
Freeman Henry, machinist, bds. 426 East 

Vermeni 
Freeman Henry C. salesman, E. J. Fer- 

rell, bds. 82 S. Illinois 
Freeman James, elk. Maj. Hendricks, bds. 

es. Meridian, outside corporation 
Freeman Michael, pattern maker, r. 426 

E. Vermont 

Freeman Miehael, lab. Spiegel, Thorns & 
Co. r. 128 E. Vermont 

Freeman Nelson B. (Ray, Mayhew & Co.) 
r. Market, se. cor. East 

Freie Presse Von Indiana, E. J. Metzger, 
prop. SchnuU's block 

Freis Martin, lab. r. 327 S. Pennsylva- 
nia 

Freitschke E. Miss, elk. 115 S. Illinois 

French Ann, r. 200 N. Douglas 

French Charles G. r. E. Washington, out- 
side corporation 

Frese (Jharles (C. Frese & Co.), r. 27 W. 
Washington 

FRESE C. & CO. (Charles Frese and C. 

F. Hahn), hardware and cutlery, 
whol. and ret. 27 W. Washington 

Frick John, saloon, 155 Ft. Wayne av. r. 
489 New Jersey 

Fricke Charles Rev. pastor German Lu- 
theran Church, r. 31 N. East 

Fricke Philip, tinsmith, Jacob Voegtle 

Fricker Jacob ( Schmedel & Fricker), r. 
332 E. New York 

Friday David, clerk, David Manheimer, 
bds. Ohio House 

Friday Mike, carpenter, r. 264 N. Rail- 
road 

Fridley W. K. r. 208 N. Alabama 

Friedgen Cornelius, shoe dealer, 154 E. 
Washington, r. 261 E. Market 

Friedman Isaac, salesman, M. Dernbam 
& ("o. bds. Moor House 

Friends' Meeting House, St. Clair, se. 
cor. Delaware 

Fries Martin, baker, Nickum & Parrott 



E-VEI^^ST BOID"^ 



That has Good Property Insures 



WITH THE SINNISSIPPI. 



Frietschke Wilhelm, elk. 115 S. Illinois 

Frink Otis, (Frink & Moore), bds. 262 N. 
East 

Frink Samuel C. (Frink & Wells), r. 260 
N. East 

Frink S. C. (S. C. Frink & Co.), r. East, 
bet. Michigan and North 

FRINK S. C. & CO. (S. C. Frink, E. 0. 
Frink, and H. A. Moore), Union No- 
velty Works, 24 E. Georgia 

FRINK & WELLS (Samuel C. Frink and 
Merit Wells), dentists, 4 Yohn's 
block 

Frisbee H. trader, bds. 74 N. Pennsylva- 
nia 

Fritch Joseph, barber, Henry Zinks 

Fritsch Louis, porter, Hume, Adams k 
Co. r. at store 

Fritsch Reinhold, porter, Hume, Adams 
& Co. r. at store 

Frizell Allen, carpenter, r. 4th, West of 
R. R. on canal 

Frizell Jesse, carpenter, ws. N. Mississip- 
pi, bet. 4th and 5th 

Froelking Fred, barkeeper, bds. 201 East 
St. Marys 

Fromelt Peter, chairmaker, 267 E. Wash- 
ington 

Fromeyer Henry, elk. McCreery's, r. 134 
N. Mississippi 

Fromhold Peter, coppersmith, Cottrell & 
Knight, r. 167 Bluff road 

Fronschauer Caspar, stonemason, r. 228 
S. New Jersey 

Frower Rudolph, elk. at Spiegel, Thorns 
& Co. r. 344 N. Railroad 

Fry Alfred, lab. r. 23 W. Pearl 

Fry Archibald (col'd), waiter. Chapman's 
saloon, bds. Kissell's 

Fry C. 0. teamster, r. 140 St. Joseph 

Fry George, carpenter, bds. 485 N. Ala- 
bama 

Fry R. N Miss, bearding house, r. 204 N. 
Illinois 

Fry Sarah, r. Market, bet. West and 
Douglass 

Fry William H. (Pomeroy, Fry & Co.) r. 
N. Meridian, se. cor. 4th 

Frybarger Frank A. book-keeper, Helwig, 
Roberts & Co. r. 194 W. Vermont 

Fuchs Martin, barkeeper. Union Hall, 
bds. same 

Fugate James, clerk, r, 200 N. TtnneST 
see 



W. G. Dabbs, Photographic Warehouse, 21 and 23 Circle St. 



Saddlery Hardware, Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Horse Collars, etc., can 



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Were exhibited at the World's Fair. 



Steinway &/ Sons took the Premitun. 

BENHAM & CO. are Agents, 



Fugate James L. (J. H. Vajen & Co.), r. 
200 N. Tennessee 

Fuller A. A. salesman, 54 N. Illinois, bds. 
113 N. Illinois 

Fuller Emeline, wid. William P.r. 290 E. 
Washington 

Fullman John, distiller, 311 St. Clair 

Fullmer Charles H. engineer, C. & I. C. 
R. R. shops, r. 146 Bates 

Fulton Felix, cabinetmaker, Sloan, Burk 
& Woollen, r. 214 Union 

Fulton Homer, elk. Bowen, Stewart & Co. 
r. 214 S. Union 

Fulton H. H. elk. Am. Ex. Co. bds. Pyle 
House 

Fulton John, showman, Yankee Robin- 
son's Show, r. 77 Kentucky av. 

Fulton Thomas, student, PURDY'S BUS- 
INESS COLLEGE 

Fulton William, carpenter, bds. 84 Mas- 
sachusetts av. 

Fultz John W. lab. Indianapolis Rolling 



Mill, 



265 S. 



ippi 



Fultz William, fireman, L. R. R. bds. 400 
N. Mississippi 

Fundesaur John, lab. r.435 S. Illinois 

Funke Fred'k W. (Robertson k Funke), 
r. 24 Virginia av. 

Funkhouser David, physician, 19 S. Me- 
ridian, bds. Bates House 

Furdinand Lewis, lab. r. Michigan, nw. 
cor. Blackford 

Furgason James, salesman, McClain & 
Guthiidge, bds. 36 W. Maryland 

Furgason John A. (W. J. HoUiday & Co.), 
r. 270 N. Tennessee 

Furgason Leander A. salesman, McClain 
& Guthridge, bds. 26 S. Meridian 

Furgason Oliver H. salesman, Mauldin & 
Adams, r. 26^ S. Meridian 

Furgason, see also Ferguson 

Furnish John F. student. PURDY'S BUS- 
INESS COLLEGE ■ 

Fuss John, carpenter, bds. 60 S. Dela- 
ware 

Fussell Edward C. elk. Fletcher's Bank, 
bds. Mrs. Rockwell's 

GABEL Conrad, carriage maker, L. W. 
Drew & Co. r. 196 N. Noble 
Gabert Frederick, lab. r. 228 Union 
Gadd Uzal .\J.( Elliott, Gadd & Co.), bds. 

Bates House 
Gagg R. (Gagg & Co.), r. 174 Madison 
av. nr. Pennsylvania 

Cheap Furs, at No. 



GAGG & CO. (R. Gagg and Peter Lio- 
ber), City Brewery, 213 S. Pennsyl- 
vania 

Gahepp John, carpenter, ss. St. Joseph, 
bet. Delaware and Alabama 

Gahm John, grocer, Indiana av. se. car. 
West, r. same 

Gail Cloud, barkeeper, Edward Santo, r. 
268 S. New Jersey 

Galbraith Arthur, elk. r. 114 Railroad 

Gale Annie, milliner, r. 168 S. New Jer- 
sey 

Gale Claud, bar tender, Edward Santo, r. 
New Jersey, bet. Merrill and McCarty 

Gale Isaiah, hats, caps and furnishing 
goods, 77 S. Illinois, bds. Commer- 
cial Hotel 

Gall Albert (Krauss & Gall), r. es. N. 
Alabama, bet. Market and Ohio 

Gall A. D. physician, 05 N. New Jersey, 
r. same 

Gall Edward, bds. 65 N. New Jersey 

Gallagher Francis, carriage pain:er, 58 
Massachusetts av. 

Gallagher M. wid. r. 59 N. Alabama 

Gallagher Pat. lab. r. 280 N. Rai,;oad 

Gallagher William, carpenter, cor. Penn- 
sylvania and Market, bds. 215 N. 
Davidson 

Gallaher Caroline, servant, 177 Massa- 
chusetts av. 

Gallaher John, lab. 107 Ash 

Gallahue P. M. pattern m;iker, li. R. R, 
shop 

Galloway C. wid. r. 204 W Vermonv 

Galloway Frank M. r. 204 W Wnm.ut 

Gallup Edward P. (W.P. i i:. 1'. G .iiup), 
r. 78 N. Tennessee 

Gallup William P. ( W. P. & E. P. Gallup), 
r. 78 N. Tennessee 

Gallup W. P. & E. P. (William P. & Ed- 
ward P. Gallup), grain dealers and 
agis. Fairbanks' scales, 74 W. ^Vash- 
ington 

Galvin A. trader, bds. Little's Hotel 

Galviu Michael, lab. r. S. Noble 

Gamble Charles, bricklayer at Arsenal, 
bds. 82 E. Saint Clair 

Gamdilinger Jacob, blacksmith, r. ss. E. 
Washington, outside corporation 

Ganey .lames, lab. McKeruan, Pierce & 
Yandes, r. Grant 

Ganies George E carpenter, Bates House, 
bds. same 

Gaun Simon (col'd), works at G. Eden's, 
Saint Joseph, cor. Merrill 

Gansburg Frederick, asst. baggage mas- 
ter. Union Depot, r. 77 S. Liberty 

Ganter C. confectioner, 237 E. Washing- 
ton, r. same 

Gapen Otho W. harness maker, Sulgrove, 
Reynolds & Co. bds. 27 Indiana av. 

Gapen P. M. (Gapen & CatherwOod), bds. 
225 W. Washington 

3 Odd Fellows' Hall. 



be bought of Sulgrove, Reynolds & Co., 20 West Washir^ton Street. 



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Gapen & Cathei-wood (P. JI. Gapen and 
Joe Catherwood), retail boots and 
shoes, 248 E. Washington 

Gardner Conrad (Gardner & Enners), r. 
Stringtown 

Gardner Harvy R. (Catlin & Gardner), 
hds. 36 W. Maryland 

Gardner John T. harness maker, Sul- 
grove, Reynolds & Co. r. 66 N. Illi- 
nois 

Gardner Joseph, tinner, 67 and 69 W. 
Washington, r. 266 N. West 

Gardner Thomas S. driver, American Ex- 
press Co. bds. 30 N. New Jersey, bet. 
Market and Washington 

Gardner Wendel, grocer, 247 Indiana av. 
r. 30 James 

Gardner & Enners (Conrad Gardner and 
Louis Enners), butchers, Noble, se. 
cor. Michigan 

Gareter Henry, expressman, r. 467 S. 
East 

Garing Frank, blacksmith, Scott & Nich- 
olson, r. 300 Maryland 

Garner Alfred, elk. bds. 115 N. New Jer- 
sey 

Garner Charles L. medical student, with 
Drs. Wright & Harvey, 58 E. Mar- 
ket 

Garner Horatio S. foreman. Hall & Hutch- 
inson, bds. Spencer House 

Garner L. W. elk. H. Daumont & Co. r. 
240 N. Tennessee 

Garrett A. (Garrett & Co!), r. 257 E. 
Washington 

Garrett Ben. D. carpenter, r. 54 James 

Garrett David, carpenter, 164 N. Noble, 
r. 229 E. Market 

Garrett J. (Garrett & Co.),' bds. 257 E. 
Washington 

Garrett & Co. (A. & J. Garrett and H. 
Leay), second hand clothing, 257 E. 
Washington 

Garrish Nathaniel W. bricklayer, r. 276 
E. North 

Garrison James, lab. works at Arsenal, 
bds. 17 Biddle 

Garrity Michael, driver, Adams Express 
Co. bds. Ray House 

Garry (Jharles, lab. Ind. Rolling Mill 

Garry Edward, paver, bds. 58 Massachu- 
setts av. 

Garvey John, lab. 27 S. Alabama 

Gasper Herman, lab. r. 52 Wyoming 

Gass Andrew, butcher, 116 Saint Joseph 

Gass Louis, blacksmith, bds. 329 N. No- 
ble 

Gassenger Francis, boarding house, r. 15 
S. Mississippi 

Gassenheimer B. salesman, Fox & Myer, 
bds. Meridian, bet. Washington and 
Market 

GASTON EDWARD T. carriage maker 

and violin mnfr. r. 49 Kentucky av. 

Fine Furs, at No. 3 



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ISSUES POLICIES FOR ANY TEEM 

Not Exceeding Seven Years. 

Gaston Hiram ilrs. r. 37 Kentucky av. 

Gaston James H. painter, bds. 37 Ken- 
tucky av. 

Gaston John M. physician, 66 E. Mar- 
ket, r. 147 New Jersey, cor. New 
York 

Gaston Simpson, elk. bds. 35 N. Alabama 

Gaston Thomas, brickmason, bds. 39 In- 
diana av. 

Gates AuBtin (Gates, Pray & Co.), r. 323 
N. Illinois 

Gates Charles, runner, Western House, 
bds. same 

Gates John J. (Gates & Lemon), r.223 E. 
Market 

Gates, Pray & Co. (A. B. Gates, William 
Pray and David Mills), E. Market 
Space, livery, sale and feed stable 

Gates & Lemon (John J. Gates and Ed- 
win Lemon), general blacksmithing, 
26 S. New Jersey 

Gatteby S. J. Mrs. r. 158 Huron 

Gay Alfred (Gay & Braden), r. 38 N. 
West 

Gay & Braden (Alfred Gay and William 
Braden), paper mnfrs. Market, bet. 
West and Douglass 

Gayfer Charles J. elk. W. & H. Glenn, r. 
Eden's blk. Market 

Gayle John, lab. Root & Co. r. 268 S. New 
Jersey 

Geahring Conrad, printer, Free Presse 
ofiSce, r. 361 S. Alabama 

Geckler Christ, lab. r. Ill Fort Wayne 
av. 

Geeder Alice (col'd), works 511 N. Illi- 
nois 

Geger Chalkey F. carpenter, bds. 83 
James 

Gehring Conrad, elk. E. J'j'MetTSger, r. 
361 S. Ala ha ma 

Gehring Frederick, printer, Daily Tele- 
graph, r. N. New Jersey, nr. New 
York 

Geiber Dave, wood sawyer, ws. Miehigan 
rd. 

Geiger George W. salesman. Murphy, 
Kennedy & Co. r. 434 N. Tennessee 

Geiger J. W. elk. W. & H. Glenn, bds. 
Massachusetts av. and Alabama 

Geiger R. W. chief elk. freight depot, B. 
R. R. bds. Spencer House 

Geinsbie Fred, checkman Union Depot, 
r. 77 S. Liberty 

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AU recommend 
STEIN\rAY & SONS' PIANOS. 

BENflAM & CO., BATES HOUSE CORNER, 

Keep an assortment. 

Geis Frank J. bookbinder, Journal ofiSce, 
r. 23 Kentucky av. 

Geis John (Geis & Brc), r. 76 S. Delaware 

Geis Lawrence, (Geis & Bro.), r. 76 S. 
Delaware 

Geis & Bro. (John and Lawrence Geis), 
saloon, 76 S.Delaware 

Geisel Conrad, blacksmith, r. 142 Ft. 
Wayne av. 

Geisel George, blacksmith, r. 146 Ft. 
Wayne a v. 

Geisel Henry, grocer. Noble, cor. Massa- 
chusetts av. r. same 

Geisendonner Anna, wid. r. 319 N. Noble 

Geisendonner Henry, lab. bds. 319 N. 
Noble 

Geisendonner Rudolph, baker, bds. 319 
N. Noble 

Geisendorff Christian E. (C. E. Geisen- 
dorff & Co.), r. 334 W. New York 

Geisendorff C. E. & Co. (Christian E. 
and J. C. Geisendorff, and Isaac 
Thalman), dry goods, whol. and ret. 
61 and 63 W. Washington 

Geisendorff J. C. (C. E. Geisendorff & 
Co.), r. 191 N. New Jersey 

Geisking Christ, carpenter, 85 N. David- 
son, se. cor. Ohio 

Gelceiilenchter Peter, elk. Simon's gro- 
cery, bds. 188 N. Noble 

Genshel L. carpenter, r. 214 Huron 

Gentry James, works at hub and spoke 
factory, r. 6th, bet. Tennessee and 
Mississippi 

Geopper Andrew, butcher, r. 276 W. 
Michigan 

George Henry, gardener, W. H. Loomis, 
bds. cor. East and Washington 

George L H. elk. Mann & Davis, bds. 249 
E.. Louisiana 

George James, painter, 58 N. Pennsylva- 
nia, bds. 193 W. Maryland 

George Robert, elk. Frank Hall, r. 24 N. 
Mississippi 

George Robert, grocer, r. 22 N. Missis- 
sippi 

George Sarah, wid. Wm. G. r. 246 N. West 

Gephart Charles W. carpenter, bds. 307 

N. Alabama 
Gepper Andrew, butcher shop, 253 Indi- 
ana av. 
Gerardy Nicholas, tailor, r. 187 N. David- 
son 
GERARK PHILIP, grocer, Indiana av. 



Gerber George, lab. bds. 90 S. Meridian 
German Board Benevolent Society, 115 

E. Washington, 3d floor 
German Evangelical Church, es. New 

Jersey, bet. Ohio and Market 
German Lindsej^, bricklayer, bds. 240 E. 

Ohio 
German Lutheran Church, Georgia, ne. 

cor. East, Charles Fricker, pastor 
German Lutheran School House. Georgia, 

bet. East and Liberty, A. Krome, 

teacher 
GERMAN MUTUAL FIRC INS. CO., 

Adolph Seidensticker, pres. Fred. 

llitzinger, sec. 115 E. Washington 
German M. E. Church, E. Ohio, bet. New 

Jersey and East, A. Loebenstein, 

pastor 
German School House, al. bet. Illinoii 

and Meridian 
Gerning Frank, machinist, r. 300 W. 

Miiryland 
Gerry John, shoemaker, bds. 180 W. 

Michigan 
GERSTNER A. J. mer. tailor, 173 E. 

Washington, r. same 
Gertin Christina (col'd), servant, r. 90 N. 

Mississippi 
Getyendanner John, baker, J. C. Weiden- 

berger, bds. 138 S. Meridian 
Getyendanner Nicholas, baker, J. C. 

Weidenberger, r. 138 S. Meridian 
Getyendanner William, elk. J. C. Weid- 
enberger, r. 138 S. Meridian 
Gentry J. lab. Osgood, Smith & Co. 
Gibbens Mrs. ws. N. Tennessee, bet. 5th 

and 6th 
Gibbs Reuben (Gibbs & Mann), r. W. 

Washington, nr. cor. Missouri 
Gibb? Susan (col'd), wid. Henry, r. 232 

Blackford 
Gibbs & Mann (Reuben Gibbs and Hen- 
ry C. Mann), barbers, 16 W. Pearl 
Gibson Andrew M. special agt. No. 7, Life 

Ins. Co. office AVashington, sw. cor. 

.Meridian, bds. 75 N. New Jersey 
Gibson David, (Sohl, Gibson & Co.), r. 

27 N. California 
Gibson Eliza, servant. Oriental House, r. 

same 
Gibson Emma Miss, 3d, cor. Canal 
Gibson James, marbelpolisher, James & 

Cook, r. 36 W. Fayette 
Gibson John, freight conductor, T. H. & 

R. R. R. r. 508 N. Mississippi 
Gibson Mary Jane Mrs. (coVd), dress- 
maker, r. Douglass, bet. New York 

and Ohio, Missouri and West 
Gibson VVjUiam H. school teacher, r. 

Douglass, bet. W. Ohio, New York, 

Missouri and West 
Gibson William S. carpenter, bds. 61 N. 

New Jersey 



cor. Illinois, r.jEast, nw. cor. Ohio 

Alexandre Kid Gloves, at No. 3 Odd Fellows' Hall. 



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Gibson W. H. carpenter, bds. 61 N. New 
Jersey 

GIBSON W. T. insurance agt. r. 140 N. 
Alabama 

Gier David tailor, Joseph Staub, r. Bluflf 
rd. S. of city 

Gieseiidanner William, elk. John C. 
Weinberger, bds. 138 S. Meridian - 

Gilbert E. ins. agt. 2 Blackford's blk. r. 
278 E. Louisiana 

Gilbert John, blacksmith, bds. 195 S. 
Tennessee 

Gilchrist David, stonemason, 81 W. St. 
Clair 

Gildersleeve E. L. Miss, teacher, Ind. Fe- 
male College 

Gilespie Jane Mrs. wid. r. 116 N. Dela- 
ware 

Gilkey Oliver B. carpenter and builder, 
36 Kentucky av. bds. 31 Indiasa av. 

Gilkison W. F. printer, James E. Dow- 
ney, r. 127 Meek 

Gill Patrick, lab. bds. 60 S. Delaware 

Gilless Rose, servant, 257 N. Delaware, 
cor. Michigan • 

Gillen James, plasterer, 340 N. Delaware, 
cor. Ft. Wayne av. 

Gillespie William J. (Crossland, Maguire 
& C©.), bds. 85 E. Ohio 

Gillet H. S. prof. Deaf and Dumb Asy- 
lum, r. 478 N. Pennsylvania 

Gillian P. J. bds. Walker House 

Gillig Bernet, r. 63 Hosbrook 

Gillmore C. C. painter, bds. 329 Virginia 
av. 

Gillmore F. brickmason, 329 Virginia av. 

Gilmartin Thomas, bookbinder. Journal 
Office 

Gilmore Francis, (col'd), wid. r. Liberty, 
cor. Massachusetts av. 

Gilmoi-e H. C. painter, shop and r. rear 
424 N. Delaware 

Gilmore S. H. shoemaker shop, cor. Indi- 
ana av. and Illinois, bds. 35 Indiana 
av. 

Gilsenleichter John, r. 340 Railroad 

Gilson Carrie Miss, dressmaker, bds. 95 
N. Pennsylvania 

Gimhel Henry, student, PUKDY'S BUSI- 
NESS COLLEGE 

Gimbel Michael, elk. J. R. Sharpe, r. 119 
Stevenson 

Gimbel M. (M. Gimbel & Co.), r. 211 N. 
Davidson 

Gimbel M. & Co. (M. Gimbel and A, 
Reick), cabinetmakers and dealers, 
193 and 195 E. Washington 

Gimber John, mechanic, Goolman, Mor- 
ris & Co. 

Gimber Joseph, aprentice, Christian Ben- 
ners, bds. same 

Gimker Henry, teamster, r. 132 BluflF rd. 

Gingrich John, carriage builder, George 
Lowe, bds. S. Pennsylvania 

Balmoral Skirts at No, 



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Oinson John, carpenter, r. 323 Pennsyl- 
vania 

Ginz Henry, (M. & H. Ginz), r. 77 N. 
Liberty 

Ginz Michael (M. & H. Ginz), r. 293 E. 
Ohio 

Ginz M. & H. (Michael and Henry Ginz), 
saloon, basement Little's Hotel 

Girton Frank, teamster, bds. 291 E. Ohio 

Girton Harry, blacksmith, G. & S. Ray- 
mond, bds. Jefferson House 

Gisiking Fred, blacksmith, 377 Virginia 
av. r. 3sl Virginia av. 

Githens Charles, engineer, bds. 330 E. 
Louisiana 

Githens Charles, day watchman, B. E. R. 
shop 

Githens Valentine, r. 33 E. Louisiana 

Gitsky Abraham, elk. B. & L. Gitsky, 
bds. 87 S. Illinois 

Gitsky Benjamin (B. & L. Gitsky), r. To- 
ledo, Ohio 

Gitsky Louis (B, & L. Gitsky), bds. 87 
S. Illinois 

Gitsky B. & L. (Benjamin and Louis 
Gitsky), clothing, 89 S. Illinois 

Gitzweiler Frank, lab. r. 251 Virginia 
av. 

Given George W, machinist, bds. 803 E. 
Georgia 

Givens 0. C. student National Business 
College 

Glaser, Mitchel & Co. (Glaser Bros. Cin- 
cinnati, Jacob Mitchel and Benja- 
min Gundelfinger), clothing, whol. 
and ret. 2 Bates House, W. Washing- 
ton 

Glasscock William, carpenter, r. 54 
Bright 

Glavin Edward, moulder. Sinker & Co. 
bds. 380 S. Delaware 

Glazier Catharine Mrs. r. 178 S. New 
Jersey 

Glazier Charles, flour and feed store, 10 
W. Pearl, r. 129 Virginia av. 

Glasier Daniel, engineer Engine No. 3, 
r. 185 S. New Jersey 

Glasier F. H. engineer, r. 273 W. Wash- 
ington 

Glear Frederick, bartender, r. 177 Union 

Gleason John, janitor. Sinking Fund, r. 
Sinking Fund building 

Gleason John, r. ws. Michigan rd. 

Gleason Thomas, section hand, Terre 
Haute R. R. 

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A NEW AETICLE OF EXPORT ! GoS Ellza Ann (cord) r. 213 N. West 
Gogan Mary Mrs. r. 52 S. Alabama 

Are BhippiDg Pianos to Europe. I 

Have the Agency in Indiana. 



Gleason Thomas W. barkeeper, George 

Rhodius, r. ss. New York, bet. New 

Jersey and Alabama 
Gleason William, r. 270 W. St. Clair 
GlefF Frank, barber shop, 103 S. Illinois, 

Y. 273 S. New Jersey 
Glenn Y\manda Miss, bds. 295 E. New 

York 
Glenn Hugh (W. & H. Glenn), r. New 

York City 
Glenn Maggie IMiss, waiter. Palmer 

House 
Glenn William (W. & H. Glenn), r. 292 

N. Meridian 
GLENN W. & H. (William and Hugh 

Glenn ), dry goods, who!, and ret. 

Glenn's Block 



Gogen James, printer, Journal office, r. 
52 S. Alabama, cor. Georgia 

Goggin Mike, lab. r. S. New Jersey, nr. 
corporation line 

Gohan Lackey, teamster, r. 356 S. Ten- 
nessee 

Gohl John J. carpenter, r. Dacotali, bet. 
Jones and corporate limits 

Goken William, lumber sawyer, r. 43 S. 
New Jersey 

Gold Adam, grocer, 405 W. Washington, 
r. same 

Gold Samuel M. r. 405 W. Washington 

Gold Samuel N. (Gold & Hopkins), bds. 
405 W. Wasliington 

Gold & Hopkins (Samuel N. Gold and H. 
C. Hopkins), real estate and insur- 
ance agents, 9 Talbott & New's blk. 
Pennsylvania 

Golden Dennis, lab. r. 373 Virginia av. 

Golden John, helper, Indianapolis KoU- 
ing Mill 

Golding ('. N. r. 402 N. Pennsylvania 

Golding James E. painter, v. Huron 



Glenn's Block, E. Washington, bet. JNIeri- j Golding John, lab. works M. D. William- 



dian and Pennsylvaia 

Glessing Thomas B. artist, 104 N. Tennes- 
see, r. same 

Glevin H. Mrs. r. 22 Nelson's al. 

GLOVER JOSEPH N. prop'r Terra Cotta 
Works, Mississippi, cor. Louisiana, 
r. 453 N. Meridian 

Goas John H. glue mnfr. N. Mississippi, 
bet. 6th and 7th 



son, r. N. Meridian 
Golding Wm. G. carriage painter, r. 166 

Huron 
Golding William J. bleacher, bds. 45 W. 

Maryland 
Goldsberry Bay less S. salesman. Baker & 

Mclver, r. 79 N. Pennsylvania 
Goldsberry Henry (col'd), whitewasher, 

r. on canal, nr. Indiana av. 



Goddard Samuel, stoneyard, Market, cor. GOLDSBERRY L. D. livery and sale sta- 
ISlississippi, r. cor.^Georgia ! ble, 30 S. Pennsylvania, r. 195 Ala- 



Godilard Samuel, jr. stonecutter, bds. W. 

Georgia, cor. Mississippi 
Goddard Thomas, stonecutter, bds. W. 

Georgia, cor. Mississippi 
Coding William J. bds. 82 W. Market 
Goe Hezekiah N. elk. Nickum & Parrott, 

r. 616 N. Mississippi 
Goe H. M. grocer, 352 W. New York, r. 

same 
Goe H. S. merchant, 392 S. Missouri 
Goe L. T. (Goe & Arbuthnot), r. 264 

Blake 
GOE & ARBUTHNOT (L. T. Goe and 

Thomas Arbuthnot), house and sign 

painters, Illinois, nw. cor. Market 
Goebel John G. pianomaker, Traeyser & 

Robinson, r. 221 BluflF id. 
Goepel Henry L. saloon, 126 Hosbrook, r. 

same 
Goepper Frederick (F. Goepper & Co.), r. 

75 N. Illinois 
GCEPPER F. & CO. (Frederick Goepper 

and George Mannfeld), merchant 

tailors, 17 E. Washington 
Goetige Rudolph, tailor, Jacob Becker & 



bama, cor. South 

Goldsberry S. S. watchmaker, W. P. 
Bingham, r. 73 N. Pennsylvania 

Goldsberry Wm. elk. Cottreil & Knight., 
bds. 79 N. Pennsylvania 

Goldsmith B. elk. Mayer & Rheinheimer, 
bds. J. Moses 

Goldstein Samuel (Lefinsky & Goldstein), 
bds. 185 W. Maryland 

GoU John, machinist, Ruschhaupt, Zsch- 
ech & Berg, r. 370 S. Illinois 

Gollmaa Jacob, trader, r. 277 S. Dela- 
ware 

Gomier Rev. pastor of German Evan- 
gelical Church, r. Wabash al. rear 
German Evangelical Church 

Goodacre Daniel, sailmaker, r. 27 Henry 

Goodall Martin (col'd), lab. r. Elm, nr. 
corporation line 

Goode J. S. cabinetmaker, bds. at J. B. 
Smith's, N. Mississippi 

Goodhart Benjamin F. (W. Spotts & Co.), 
r. 164 Alabama 

Goodheart Frank, elk. bds. 357 E. Mar- 
ket 



Co. 
W. G. Dabbs keeps the best Chemicals in use and will guarantee all he sells. 



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Goodhue George, salesman, H. F. Jen- 
nings, 18 S. Illinois 

Goodhue J. elk. bds. Scott House 

Goodman Andy, tailor, 172 E. Market, r. 
same 

Goodman Anna, r. 248 W. Market 

Gocdman Ri. J. Mrs. milliner, 57 N. Illi- 
nois, ne. cor. Market 

Goodneckt Rudolph, shoemaker, r. ws. N. 
Mississippi, bet. 1st and 2d 

Goodpeller John, stainer, Spiegel, Thorns 
& Co. r. 112 N, Noble 

Goodperley Peter, elk. r. 208 N. Noble 

Goodrich Mil'on, cooper, A. May, bds. 
Mrs. McCoy's 

Goodslip Robert, painter, J. R. Osgood, r. 
319 North 

Goodwin A. Q. printer. Christian Record 
office, r. Butler's addition 

Goodwin Charles A. conductor, Jefferson- 
ville R. R. bds. Bates House 

Goodwin Elijah, editor and publisher 
Christian Record, r. Butler's addi- 
tion 

Goodwin M. M. B. Mrs. editor and pub- 
lisher Christian Monitor, r. Butler's 
addition 

Goodwin Thomas A. (J. S. Dunlop & Co.), 
r. National rd. two miles E. of city 

Goodwin W. E. freight engineer. Central 
R. R. bds. 360 N. Alabama 

Goodyear William (Fourl& Goodyear), r. 
56 N. Illinois 

Goolman, Morris & Co. (William P. Gool- 
man, Samuel B. Morris, Sam'l Bink- 
ley and Charles H. Raymond), scale 
and agricultural implement manu- 
facturers, 76 W. Washington, and 
Tennessee, opp. Rolling Mill 

Goolman William P. (Goolman, Morris 
& Co.), bds. Scott House 

Gordon George Mrs. 77 Indiana av. 

Gordon George E. lawyer, r. 230 N. Penn- 
sylvania 

Gordon James, r. 83 Indiana av. 

Gordon Jonathan W. (Ray & Gordon), r. 
W. New York, bet. Illinois and Ten- 
nessee 

Gordon Marion, barkeeper, r. 83 Indiana 
av. 

Gordon Robert (Andrews & Gordon), bds. 
Commercial Hotel 

Gore James, bds. 331 N. Pennsylvania 

Gorely George, clerk, r. 70 N. Delaware 

Gorgas A.J. (Wilson & Gorgas), r. 59 W. 
Washington 

Gorham W. H. awning manuf. r. 297 N. 
Mississippi 

GORKE ADOLPH, grocer, ret. 380 Vir- 
ginia av. r. same 

Gorman Daniel, porter, Sherman House, 
bds. same 

Gorman James, lab. 228 Winston 

Gorman James, lab. B. R. W. 



WITH THE 



Gorman Thomas, blacksmith, r. 280 East 

Washington 
Gorrell A. W. salesman, H. F. West & Co. 

r. 169 N. Mississippi 
Gorsuch Charles, salesman, Anderson, 

Bullock & Starrett, bds. at Spencer 

House 
Gosney Lucy Mrs. r. 227 S. Alabama 
Gossen N. stonemason, bds. 60 S. Dela- 
ware , 
Goth Peter (Henry Severin & Co.), 489 

N. New J'ersey 
Goth Valentine, cooper, r, 376 East New 

York 
Gott Thomas, constable, r. 219 S. Tennes- 

Goul Andrew, carpenter. Central R. R. 
shop, r. 185 Meek 

Gould George H. beltmaker, at Mooney & 
Co.'s bds. 192 Virginia av. 

Gouspohl John F. cabinet maker, r. 146 
S. Noble 

Gove H. N. clerk, steam bakery, N. Penn- 
sylvania, r. 516 N. Mississippi 

Government stables, al. bet. Cherry, Oak 
and Massachusetts av. 

Gowen Sam'l, (col'd), lab. r, 240 W. Ohio 

Grabhorn Anthony, Cabinet Makers' iJn- 
ion, bds. East St. House 

Grady John, lab. r. 360 S. Tennessee 

Grady Martin, lab. r. 30 Helen 

Graflf D, B. r. 45 Fletcher av, 

Grafton M. E. Miss, teacher, Indianapo- 
lis Fem. Inst. r. same 

Grager Jeremiah, r. 152 Greer 

Graham Albert C. clerk. Am. Ex. Co. Un- 
ion depot, bds. 892 S. Tennessee, nr. 
Railroad 

Graham Edwin, carpenter, r. 218 Wins- 
ton 

Graham George, gardener for W. S. Hub- 
bard, es. Illinois, bet. 4th and 5th 

Graham John, elk, W. & H. Glenn, bds. 
Scott House 

Graham John, clerk, bds. 166 E. Market 

Graham J. J. clerk, r. New Jersey, sw. 
cor. Duncan 

Graham L. M. Mrs. actress, bds. 60 West 
Market 

Graham Richard (col'd), lab. bds. 21& 
Blackford 

Graham Samuel J. train dispatcher, r. 
374 N. Tennessee 

Graham Thomas, engineer, r. 400 S. Tenn- 



essee 

W. G. Dabbs, dealer In Frames, Albums, etc., 21 and 23 Circle Street. 
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Took the First Premiums at the 

INDIANA STATE FAIR 

In 1862, 1863 and 1864. 

BENHAM & CO. ARE THE AGENTS IN INDIANA. 

Graham William, brick manuf. nr. East 
corporation line, r. ss. Huron, bet. 
Pine and Cedar 

Grainer Henry, tailor, r. 123 W. South 

Gramling Anthony, r. 210 N. Noble 

Gramling John (J. & P. Gramling), r. 
210 N. Noble 

Gramling John A. salesman, J. & P. Gram- 
ling, r. Railroad, cor. East 

Gramling J. & P. (John and Peter Gram- 
ling), clothing and furnishing goods, 
41 E. Washington 

Gfamling Peter (J. & P. Gramling), r. 
212 N. Noble 

Gramrut Miriam, r. 216 W. New York 

Graney John, drayman, r. 270 S.Tennes- 
see 

Gratiey M. wid. r. 98 Railroad 

Graney Thomas, lab. Rolling Mill. bds. 
270 S. Tennessee 

Graning John, shoemaker, 111 S. Illinois, 
bd^. Union House 

Gransberg Frederick, baggage master. 
Union depot, r. 77 S. Liberty 

Grant Kate Miss, waiter, Spencer House 

Grant Thomas, lab. McKernan, Pierce & 
Yandes, r. 400 Tennessee 

Grant William, engineer, r. 235 S. Mis- 
sissippi 

Grantz William, lab. r. 46 Hosbrook 

Grassow William, student, PURDY'S 
BUSINESS COLLEGE 

Graves Alfred (col'd), lab. r. 270 Massa- 
chusetts av. 

Graves Charles E. (Graves & Beck), r. 
242 N. Meridian 

Graves Hiland, salesman, Spiegel, Thorns 
& Co. r. 34 Ellsworth, cor. Vermont 

Graves James, confectioner, ret. es. Camp 
Carrington, bet. 4th and 5th 

Graves James F. bds. 128 N. East 

Graves John H. carpenter, r. 50 Ells- 
worth 

Graves Joseph, gardener, at C. Mayer's, 
285 Illinois, cor. North 

Graves Lewis W. r. 296 N. Meridian 

Graves Richard, fruit stand, 50 Kentucky 
av. r. same 

Graves & Beck (Charles E. Graves and 
John A. Beck), watchmakers and 
• jewelers, 41 N. Illinois 

Gray C. V. moulder, D. Root & Co. r. 147 
E. McCarty 

Gray Ella, cook, 69 N. Illinois 

GRAY JAMES W. Spencer House 

French Merlnoes, all Colors 



Gray Jerome, conductor, City R. R. r. 152 
W. Washington 

Gray Jesse, employee B. R. W. r. 246 E. 
Washington 

Gray John W. Mrs. r. 119 W. South 

Gray Jonathan, bricklayer, r. 291 N. Lib- 
erty 

Gray Joseph, elk. Kahn's, clothing, 35 E. 
Washington, r. 76 Michigan 

Gray Joseph H. salesman, 140 S. Illi- 
nois, bds. Spencer House 

Gray Patrick, (John Ryan & Co.), r. New 
York 

Gray Robert, carpenter, r. 78 E. St. Clair 

Gray Robert, engineer, Bates' City Mills, 
r. 24 Lord 

Gray Samuel F. agent Star Union Line 
transportation Co. 85 Virginia av. r. 
Liberty, cor. Market 

Gray Thomas, salesman, Todd & Carmi- 
chael, r. 96 E. South 

Gray William, bakery, 96 East South, r, 
same 

Gray William, railroader, I. & C. R. R. r. 
74 S. Noble 

Graydon Alexander sr. r. 332 E. Ohio 

Graydon William, clerk, I. & C. freight 
depot, r. Merrill, bet. Alabama and 
New Jersey 

Graydon W. M. agent C. & L C. R. R. r. 
Merrill, bet. Alabama and New Jer- 
sey 

Greaney Dennis, lab. r. 175 Meek 

Greary Thomas, lab. Indianapolis Rolling 
Mill 

GREAT EASTERN DISPATCH, Lewis & 
Williams, agents, 82 Virginia av. 

GREAT WESTERN DISPATCH, T. A. 
Lewis, agent, 80 Virginia av. 

GREAT WESTERN HORSE INSUR- 
ANCE CO. Thos. H. Wingate, actua- 
ry, office, Vinton's block 

Green Ann E. (col'd), servant, works 79 
E. Michigan 

Green A. T. chair painter, Schelling & 
Bro. r. 199 Huron 

Green Edward, elk. W. & H. Glenn, bds. 
S. Alabama 

Green George, tailor, r. 13 Willard 

Green James Rev., Pastor Strange Chap- 
el (Meth.), r. 183 N. Tennessee 

Green John, farmer, W. Maryland, King- 
en's blk. 

Green John, lab. r. 384 S. Delaware 

Green John, lab. Ind. Rolling Mill 

Green John, r. 11^ Railroad 

Green J. C. coal office, 19 E. Circle, r. 
last house on Delaware 

Green King (col'd), lab. r. 270 Massa- 
chusetts av. 

Green Louis, elk. H. HerfiF, bds. Bates- 
House 

Green Martha J. Mrs. r. 37 Maple 

Green Michael, r. 325 S. Pennsylvania. 
, at No. 3 Odd Fellows' Hall. 



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Green Mollie Mrs. boarding mistress, r. 

27 N. New Jersey- 
Green Richard, elk. Scott House, bds. 

same 
Green William H. book-keeper, Wm. & J. 

Braden, r. 3 W. Washington 
Greenawalt John G. elk. Sanitary Rooms, 

r. Meridian, cor. Washington 
Greene James, chief elk. Commissary of 

Subsistence, r. 364 N. Meridian 
Greene Jsmes, asst. State Quartermaster 

General, r. 36i N. Meridian 
Greene N. S. book-keeper. First National 

Bank of Indianapolis, r. 364 N. Me- 
ridian 
Greene U. bds. Walker House 
Oreenen Joseph, brakeman Central R. R. 

bds. 320 E. Washington 
Greenfield Daniel, bds. 322 W. AVashing- 

ton 
Greenfield Robert, r. 323 W. Washing- 
ton 
Greenleaf William, messenger, Adams 

Expreis Co. bds. N. Alabama, nr. 

Massachusetts av. 
Greenlief Clement A. machinist, Wash- 
ington Foundry, res. 32f, E. New 

York 
Greenlow Lambert, baker, r. East, nr. 

Virginia av. 
GREENOUGH WM. A. Jr. (Edwards, 

Greencugh & DeVed), bds. 17^ Vir- 
ginia av. 
Greenwalt Albert, porter, Crosland, Ma- 

guire & Co. r. 448 S. Hlinois 
Greenwalt Henry, carpenter, al. rear of 

Washington, bet. Alabama and New 

Jersey 
Greenway James, shoemaker, r. 237 Madi- 
son av. 
Greenwalt John, trader, r. 506 S. New 

Jersey 
Greenway John, shoemaker, L. Siers- 

dorfer & Bro. r. Madison av. nr. City 

Limits 
Greeny Gustavus, elk. H. Enggass, bds. 

Commercial Hotel 
Greep John, lab. r. 38 N. Liberty 
Greer Elisha (E. & S. H. Greer),' bds. 209 

Virginia av. 
Greer E. & S. H. (Elisha and Stephen H. 

Greer), grocers, 285 E. Washington 
GREER JAxMES, cabinet maker, 249 S. 

Mississippi, r. 242 S. Mississippi 
Greer Stephen H. (E. & S. H. Greer), r. 

209 E. Washington 
Gregg Jnmes, employee, L. R. R. r. 131 

Indiana av. 
Gregor Joseph R. tar roofer, bds. 290 E. 

Ohio 
Gregg Joshua, Street R. R. conductor, 

bds. 346 N. Alabama, cor. Walnut 
Gregory Thomas, painter, Paffman & De 

Turk, bds. New York. cor. Illinois 



TIIESI1\1\ISSIPPI 

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During the year 1865. 



Gregory Uriah (Gregory & Mumford), r. 

80 S. Tennessee 

Gregory & Mumford (Uriah Gregory and 
J. C. Mumford), flour, feed and grain, 

81 and 83 W. Washington, and 
prop'rs National Business College, 
24^ E. Washington 

Grein John, grocer, 262 E. Washington, 
r. same 

Greiner Andy, shoemaker, r. rear 218 E. 
Washington 

Greiner John, shoemaker, r. Delaware, 
nr. South 

Greinsteiner George, undertaker, 276 E. 
Market, r. same ' 

Greisel Michael, lab. r. 34 Cherry 

Greishammer John, elk. Lafayette House 

Gresh Samuel, carpenter, r. N. West 

Gretch Peter, cigarmaker, r. 325 S. Meri- 
dian 

Greuzard L. S. painter, I. & C. R. R, 
shops, r. 454 Virginia av. 

Griese Frank, grocer, 83 E. McCarty, r. 
same 

Griese Frank, turner, r. 128 N. Noble 

Grieshaemer John, barkeeper, r. 326 S. 
Delaware 

Griesharper S. boilermaker, r. 349 S. Ala- 
bama 

Griesheimer Louis, salesman, Frederick 
Dernham, bds. 182 Maryland 

Griesheimer Moritz (M. Dernham & Co.^, 
bds. Bates House 

GrifF John, boilermaker, Sinker & Co. 

Griifenstein August, butcher, r. 491 N. 
Alabama 

Griffin Adam, real estate agt. r. 83 Ben- 
ton 

Griffin Bartholomew, express driver, r. 
26 Pitt 

Griffin Charles (col'd), at J. C. Hill's^ 
AVestern av. cor. Forest av. 

Griffin Dennis, lab. r. 252 S. Missouri 

Griffin James, lab. 2 Walter 

Griffin James M. carpenter, bds. 184 W. 
Washington 

Griffin John, carpenter, bds. 60 S. Dela- 
ware 

Griffin Martin, lab. 94 Fayette, cor. St. 
Clair 

Griffin Martin, lab. r. 115 Elm 

Griffin Mary Miss, servant at 172 N. Illi- 
nois 

Griffin Michael, lab. West, cor. Merrill 



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Griffin Michael 
Saint Clair 
Griffin Michael, drayman, r. Fayette, 

cor. Saint Clair 
Griffin Patrick, r. 376 S. Delaware 
Griffin P. printer, Daily Herald, bds. In- 
diana av. bet. Illinois and Tennes- 
see 
Griffin Sarah Mrs. washerwoman, r. 362 

S Delaware 
Griffin Thomas, lab. r. 142 S. Noble 
Griffin Timothy, lab. Scott & Nicholson 
Griffin Timothy (Griffin & Doty), r, S. 

Delaware 
Griffin & Doty (Timothy Griffin and Da- 
vid Doty), saloon, 48 S. Pennsylva- 
nia 
Griffith Andrew J. (Pantecost, Powell & 

Griffith), r. 230 E. New York 
Griffith Carmal, lab. Short, nr. corpora- 
tion line 
Griffith George, plasterer, r. 206 E. Ohio 
Griffith Humphrey, r. 78 N. Illinois 
Griffith J. R real estate agt. and notary 
public, 13 S. Meridian, r. 42 S. Mis- 
sissippi 
Griffi[h P. H. bds. 78 N. Illinois 
GRIFFITH SAMUEL, master of car re- 
pairs, I. & C. R. R. shops, r. 8 Lord 
Griffith Traver, carpenter, bds. 82 E. 

Saint Clair 
Griggsby Morris (col'd), cook, Spencer 

House 
Grim George, baker, Nickum & Parrolt 
Grimer John, shoemaker, works 83 S, Il- 
linois, r. 123 Duncan 
Grimes Edward, elk. r. 239 W. Market 
Grimes Edward E. salesman, G.L. Ritten- 
house, bds. R. B. Emerson's, cur. 
Market and West 
Grimes William H. carpenter, r. N.West, 

nr. Indiana av. 
Grim W., Union Cabinet Factory 
Grimm Casper, elk George Myers & Co. 

bds. 174 St. Joseph 
Grimm Jacob, blacksmith, George Lowe, 

r. 172 St. Joseph 
Grimm Jacob, well and cistern digger, r. 

174 St. Joseph 
Grimm John, waiter, 156 E. Washington, 

bds. same 
Grinstinner George, undertaker, r. 276 

E. Market 
Griswold John N. carpenter, res. 272 



Grobe Charles, saloon keeper, 276 E. 
Washington, r. 278 E. Washington 

Grobhorn H. grocer, ret. es. Illinois, bet. 
6th and Tinker 

Groendyke William, lab. Ind. Rolling 
Mill 

GrofFort George Mrs. (col'd), washerwo- 
man, r. 183 W. Douglass 

Grooms A. C. book-keeper. Journal office, 
r. 412 N. New Jersey 

Grosch John, ale mnfr. and dealer, r. 203 
N. Noble 

Grose Adolphus M. elk. W. I.,Haskit & 
Co. bds. 419 N. Illinois 

Gross Alfred S. salesman, Geo. K. Share 
k Co. bds. 128 S. Illinois 

Grosse Edward (Fesler & Co.), r. BlufF 
rd. outside city 

Grossman William, carpenter, r. ss. 4th, 
bet. Mississippi and Tennessee 

Grosvenor J. A. president Indianapolis 
Agricultural Works, r. 188 S. Mis- 
sissippi 

Grove Beu. lightning rod agt. r. 176 
Spring 

Grove Samuel, salesman, Horn & Ander- 
son, 31 W. Washington 

Grover Marshall P. Maj. paymaster, bds. 
Bates House 

Groves William, finisher, Ind. Rolling 
Mill 

Grubbs D. W. (Martindale & Grubbs), 
bds. 17^ Virginia av. 

Grube Jacob, carpenter, Grube & Laird, 
r. 356 S. Illinois 

Gruenert Herm:.n, boot and shoemaker, 
51 W. Washington, r. 200 N. Missis- 
sippi 

Grunt George, blacksmith, Washington 
Foundry, r. 137 Bluff rd. 

Grussel Charles, tailor, r. 231 N. Noble 

Guardian Life Insurance Co. of New 
York, J. AUington, general agt. 2 
Blackford's block 

Gudig Henry, barber, under Odd Fel- 
lows' Hall, r. 280 E. Market 

Guezet A. painter, r. 297 S. Delaware 

Guggenheimer Theodore M. salesman, 
Moses Myer, bds. Union Hall 

Guile Coney, pumpmaker, r. 266 E. Wash- 
ington 

Guinn E. J. Mrs. r. 439 S. Illinois 

Guinn William, conductor, Terre Haute 
& Richmond R. R. r. 37 W. McCarty 

Guiry Ellen, servant, works 261 N. Da- 
vidson 

Guisle Christian, carpenter, B. R. R. 

Gulick Andrew, lab. r. 163 E. St. Mary 

Gulliver William, barber, r. 79 Kentucky 
av. 

Gundelfinger Benjamin (Glazer, Mitchell 
& Co.), r. 40 N. East 

Gundelfinger Max, salesman, Samuel Na- 
than 



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Gundelfinger Solomon, salesman, J. A. 
Strouse, bds. 128 S. Illinois 

Gunn James, bricklayer, bds. 371 N. 
East 

Guntensperffer Vinoenz, stonecutter, r. 
461 S. Illinois 

Gunther Clnist. stonecutter, r. 2 Meek 

Guspohl Frederick, chairmaker, r. 164 
S. Noble 

Gustetier Frederick, car driver, Speigel, 
Thorns & Co. r. 435 New Jersey 

Gustin Andrew, carpenter, bds. 29 S. 
West 

Gustin Quinn, R. R. conductor, bds. 275 
N. New Jersey 

Gustin John, auctioneer, bds. 140 N.Del- 
aware 

GUSTIN LEVI, physician and surgeon, 
S. Illinois, cor. Louisiana, r. 275 N. 
New Jersey 

Guth Edward, machinist, r. 364 S. Illi- 
nois 

Guthridge Charles M. (McClain & Gulh- 
ridge), bds. 36 VV. Maryland 

Guthrie James, book agent, r. 237 E. Mc- 
Ciirty 

Guthrie William D. elk. r. 388 S. Mis- 
souri 

Gutnecht John, painter, r. 157 Ft. Wayne 
av. 

Gutrick James (col'd), lab. r. Michigan, 
cor. Minerva 

Guttchall John, carpenter. Central R. R. 
shop 

HAAF Abel, teamster, r. 103 N. No- 
ble 

Haane Charles, barkeeper, Sherman 
House Saloon, r. 264 Massachusetts 
av. 

Haas George, baker, 314 N. New Jersey, 
r. same 

Haas Jacob, cashier, Moritz, Bro. & Co. 
r. 3 E. Washington 

Habeny Henry, carpenter, r. 185 W. New 
York 

Hacker E. collector, r. 452 E. Georgia 

Hacker William (H. H. Boggess & Co.), 
office W. Washington, se. cor. Ten- 
nessee, r. Shelbyville, Ind. 

Hacket William, lab. Washington Foun- 
dry, r. 127 E. Merrill 

Hackney Josephine, wid. Leonard, r. 115 
N. Missouri 

Hadley Cyrus R. (Martin & Hadley), r. 
308 Indiana av. 

Hadley J. C. carpenter, r. 383 W. New 
York 

Hadley Wright, elk. Martin & Hadley, 
bds. 381 N. Delaware 

Hadley William, city assessor, office 12 
Talbott & New's block, r. 381 N. 
Delaware 

Haehl Henry J. elk. 12 Louisiana, r. same 



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Haerle William, fancy dry goods, ret. 36 

W. Washington, r. same 
Haerst Herman, tailor, r. 315 S. Pennsyl- 
vania 
HaiFee John P. carpenter, bds. 85 Eddy 
Haffy John, elk. r. 217 W. South 
Ilafner August, boot and shoemaker, 127 

W. Washington, r. same 
Hagal Samuel, carriagemaker, r. 234 E. 

Louisiana 
Hagan W. F. T. moulder, D. Root & Co. 

bds. Ray House 
Hagar Edward C. book-keeper, Fletcher's 

Bank, bds. Mrs. Rockwell's 
Haggart William, lab. r. 256 Blake 
Haggaty Jane Miss, r. Maple, bet. Wil- 

kens and Morris 
Hagerhaust C. Mrs. r. 221 S. Alabama 
Hagerhorst C. F. elk. C. W. Van Houten, 

r. 59 W. Ohio 
Hagerhorst William H. machinist, Rusch- 

haupt, Zschech & Berg, bds. 235 S. 

Alabama 
Hagerty Cornelius, lab. 32 Helen 
Hagerty Tim. lab. Ind. Rolling Mill 
Hahn C. F. ( Hahn & Bals), bds. Union 

Hall 
Hahn Henry, boarding house, 65 S. East 
Hahn John, butcher, Louis Hahn, bda. 

227 S. Tennessee 
Hahn Louis, butcher, 227 S. Tennessee, 

r. same 
Hahn Philip, musician, r. East, nr. Vir- 
ginia av. 
Hahn & Bals (C. F. Hahn and C. H. G. 

Bals) whol. wines and liquors, 25 S. 

Meridian 
Haid Frederick, butcher shop, Noble, bet. 

Meek and Georgia 
Hainsworth Benjamin, wool worker, 

Kentucky av. nr. River 
Hair Mary, bds. 210 W. Ohio 
Haire Thomas, elk. M. J. Thomas & Co. 

bds. 187 E. Ohio 
Haisch John, printer, Volksblatt, bds. 

Union Hall 
Hakes James, puddler, Ind. Rolling Mill 
Halbert Joseph D. salesman. Burton & 

Davis, bds. J. C. Burton's 
Haldey Louis, cook, F. Woltsmann, r. S. 

Illinois, ^et. Maryland and Louisi- 
ana 
Hale H. J. machinist, D. Root & Co. r. 

239 N. Illinois 



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Wholesale and Retail Agents 

For the sale of Knatoe & Co.'s 

6oM Medal Pianos, 



Hale 'William P. elk. James L. Sailors, 
bds. with same 

Hale& A. F. carpenter, r. 55 Maple 

Haley Dennis, lab. r. Ann, bet. McCarty 
and Ray 

Haley Jeremiah, lab. r. 68 Coburn 

Haley Lawrence, lab. r. 1 Ann 

Haley Morris, lab. r. Keeley's Row, Clin- 
ton al. 

Haley Oliver, engineer, Metzgers, r. 180 
Dougherty 

Halford E. W. city editor, Journal, r. St. 
Mary, bet. Delaware and Alabama 

Hall Charles B. elk. Herald office, bds. 
282 N. Illinois 

Hall Charles W. (Hall & Hutchinson), r. 
282 N. Illinois 

Hall Earl J. foreman, McCord & Wheat- 
ley, r. 31 Coburn 

Hall Edward F. salesman, r. 286 E. 
Louisiana 

Hall E. A. mer. tailor, 58 E. Washington, 
, up stairs, r. ws. N. Illinois, bet. 1st 
and 2d 

Hall E. K. (Lawyer & Hall), r. Nobles- 
ville 

Hall Frank, grocer, 175 W. Washington 

Hall Harry L. conductor, I. &. C. R. R. 
bds. Bales House 

Hall Hattie Miss, r. 325 E. Ohio 

Hall H. C. shipping elk. Cottrell & 
Knight, r. 286 E. Louisiana 

Hall H. P. teacher, r. 369 N. AVest 

Hall James (col'd), lab. 270 Massachu- 
setts av. 

Hall John S. lab. r. 283 Patfeerson 

Hall J. A. physician, r. 161 N. Davidson 

Hall Landen, heater, Ind. Rolling Mill, r. 
10 Henry 

Hall Louis R. salesman, C. E. GeisendorfiF 
& Co. bds. Tennessee, eor. W. Wash- 
ington 

Hall Louisa (col'd), servant, r. 186 W. 
Vermont 

Hall Mart Mrs. housekeeper, Sherman 
House, r. same 

Hall Mary, wid. Major B. r. 135 W. Ma- 
ryland 

Hall Nathan, lab. bds. 320 E. Washington 

Hall Nathaniel (col'd), barber, E. Outlan, 
bds. with same 

Hall Peter, servant, 243 N. Pennsylvania, 
cor. Michigan 

Hall Reginald H. (Rand & Hall), r. 210 
N. Meridian 

Blankets and Comforts, at 



Hall Thomas Q. (Wilkens & Hall), r.l25 

E. Walnut 
Hall T. W. (M. J. Thomas & Co.), r. 135 

W. New York 
Hall William (col'd), carpenter, r. 228 W. 

Ohio 
Hall William, I. & C. R. R. shops, r. 197 

HALL & HUTCHINSON, (Charles W. 
Hall and Charles P. Hutchinson), 
publishers. Daily Herald, book and 
job printers, stereotypers and bin- 
ders, Idh E. Washington 

Halleck John, butcher, bds. Golden Gate 
House 

Haller Leon, elk. Wm. Haerle, bds. Union 
House 

Hallimin Thos. lab. r. 142 S. Noble 

Hallmick John, elk. P. 0. r. 347 New 
Jersey 

Hallock Moses, printer, Journal office, 
bds. 166 E. Market 

Halpin Martin H. printer, Journal office, 
r. N. West 

Halpin Mary Mrs. v. Maple, bet. McCar- 
ty and Ray 

Halpin William, headwaiter, Palmer 
House 

Halsted A. physician, 63 S. Meridian 

Hamberg Heury, pastry cook, Spencer 
House, r. 445 S. Illinois , 

Hambrook, Lt. V. R. C. bds.29Av. Pratt 

Hamby William, employee. Central R. R. 
bds. Mrs. Vincent's, Pearl 

Hamill Bernard, drayman, r. 498 N. Mis- 
sissippi 

Hamill Michael, drayman, bds. 498 N. 
Mississippi 

Hamilton Alfred C. elk. Parks & Bailey, 
bds. 113 N. New Jersey 

Hamilton Benjamin, moulder, r. W. Ma- 
ryland, Kingen's blk. 

Hamilton C. Mrs. boarding house, 115 
N. New Jersey 

Hamilton Francis W. elk. Auditors office, 
291 S. New Jersey 

Hamilton F. W. deputy county auditor, r. 
291 S. New Jersey 

Hamilton Henry W. tanner, r. 260 Indi- 
ana av. 

Hamilton James, moulder, r. W. Mary- 
land, Kingen's blk. 

Hamilton James A. dep. county librarian, 
Library in County Court House, r. 
138 E. Pratt 

Hamilton John, machinist, B. R. R. shop, 
r. nr. Deaf and Dumb Asylum 

HAMILTON JOHN W. attorney at law, 
notary public and insurance agt. 8 
Temperance Hall, r. 138 E. Pratt 

Hamilton Mason S. attorney at law, 36 
E. Washington, r. Mississippi, cor. 
1st 



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Hamilton Patrick, hostler, Sullivan & 

Drew 
Hamilton Ruth Miss, housekeeper, Spen- 
cer House 
Hamilton Samuel, screwcutter, I. & C. R. 

R. shops, r. Michigan rd. ^ mile E. 

of corporation 
Hamilton T. D. prop'r Pattison House, 

63 N. Alabama 
Hamilton William, machinist, r. 74 S. 

Noble 
Hamilton William H. bookbinder, bds. 73 

N. Illinois 
Hamlin Carlin (Hays, Aikman & Co.), 

bds. 11 Circle 
Hammell Bernard, drayman, Pomeroy, 

Fry & Co. r. N. Mississippi, bet. Pratt 

and St. Clair 
Hammerle George E. at J, C. Ferguson's, r. 

461 Rosett 
Hammond A. A. ex-governor of State, 

bds. Bates House 
Hammond U. J. attorney at law, 19 E. 

Washington, r. 393 N. Pennsylvania 
Hammond Andrew, saloon, 62 S. West 
Hampson J. P. carpenter, bds. 320 E. 

Washington 
Hampton Isaac, barber, bds. John, cor. 

Peru 
Hampton John, barber, r. John, cor. Peru 
Hampton John, farmer, bds. John, cor. 

Peru 
Hand Hiram H. printer. Gazette ofiBce, 

bds. 299 Indiana av. 
Hand Valentine, expressman, r. 140 N. 

Davidson 
Handrigau Larry, lab. 335 Winston 
Handrahan Kate, wid. John, r. 280 S. 

Tennessee 
Handrahan Timothy, lab. r. 278 S. Ten- 
nessee 
Hanf Henry, boilermaker, B. R. W. shop 
Haniff Henry, blacksmith, r. Ill N. Da- 
vidson 
Hank N. moulder, D. Root & Co. r. Mc- 

Carty. btt. Delaware and Alabama 
Hank Peter, moulder, D. Root & Co. r. 

McCarty, bet. Delaware and Ala- 
bama 
Hanley Patrick, tanner, r. 71 E. Mary- 
land 
Hanna John, U. S. District Attorney, P. 

0. Building, r. Greencastle, Ind. 
Hanna John L. policeman, r. 427 E. St. 

Clair 
Hanna Mary, milliner, r. 43 Winston 
Hanna M. E. teacher, Indiana Institute 

for Blind 
Hanna Samuel, r. 131 N. Meridian 
Hanna Samuel C. (Crossland, Maguire & 

Co.), bds. N. Illinois, bet. Ohio and 

New York 
Hanna V. C. Maj. paymaser U. S. A. r. 

172 N. Meridian 

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Hannah David, lab. bds. 49 Peru 

Hannah George, cooper, r. 49 Peru 

Hannaman Henry G. elk. Sanitary 
Rooms, bds. W. Hannaman's, E. 
Washington, outside corporation 

Hannaman AVilliam, State Sanitary agt. 
rooms W. Market, rear State House, 
r. E. Washington, 1} miles E. Deaf 
and Dumb Asylum 

Hannan Edward, lab. r. 373 S. Illinois 

Hanneman Jacob, clothing and jewelry, 
101 S. Illinois, bds. W. Maryland, 
bet. Mississippi and Canal 

Hanneman John F. (J. & T. Hanneman), 
r. Massachusetts av. ne. cor. North 

Hanneman J. & T. (John F. and Theo- 
dore Hanneman), grocers, North, cor. 
East 

Hanneman Theodore (J. & T. Hanne- 
man), r. Massachusetts av. ne. cor. 
North 

Hannon E. J. Miss, operator at Wheeler 
& Wilson Sewing Machine office 

Hannon Edward, heater, Ind. Rolling 
Mill 

Hannselman Jake, lab. 556 Alabama 

Hanrahan Mary Miss, r. S. Tennessee 

Hanrahan P. G. saloon, 267 S. Tennessee; 
r. 265 S. Tennessee 

Hansen Charles, elk. Charles Kemker, r. 
118 Bluff rd. 

Hanson Laz. lab. Ind. Rolling Mill 

Hanshaw Jerry (col'd), boarding house, 
r. 198 W. Georgia 

Hanthorn James, painter, Spurgon & 
Co. r. 355 N. Pennsylvania 

Hantz Jacob F. painter, George Lowe, 
bds. 213 N. Pennsylvania 

Hanway Samuel, contractor, r. New 
York, cor. New Jersey 

Harbison Alexander, engineer, r. 136 W. 
Vermont 

Harbison Robert, American Express of- 
fice, r. 136 W. Vermont 

Harbuell John, baker, 264 E. Washing- 
ton, bds. same 

Harcourt Theodore, cabinetmaker, r. 143 
S. New Jersey 

Harden J. W. carpenter, bds. 74 N. Penn- 
sylvania ' 

Harder Henry, brewer, r. 279 N. Liberty 

Hardesty E. J. yardmaster, J. & I. R. R. 
r. 77 S. Alabama 

Hardeway John, porter, Crossland, Ma- 
guire & Co. bds. Merrill, nr. Dela- 
ware 

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Hardin A. G. carpenter, bds.225 E. Mar- 
ket 

Hardin E. C. carpenter, r. 225 E. Market 

Hardin J. S. confectioner, bds. 225 E. 
Market 

Hardin Robert, lab. C. F. Schmidt, brew- 
ery- 
Harding George C. city editor, Daily 
Herald, r. 127 1st 

Hardin R. E. (Haywood & Hardin), r.46 
N. New Jersey 

Harding J. 0. printer, Daily Herald, r. 
ws. Pennsylvania, bet. Washington 
and Maryland 

Hardman H. E. student, Bryant, Stratton 
& Co. bds. 121 W. New York 

Hardwick John, cabinetmaker, r. 33 
Fletcher's av. 

Hardy Edward, salesman, H. F. Jennings, 
bds. 18 S. Illinois 

Hardy Patrick, lab. Ind. Rolling Mill 

Hardy Richard (col'd), barber, bds. 181 
W. Washington 

Hare Marcus L. (Cooper & Hare), r. 413 
N. Illinois 

Harfgan B. F. student. National Business 
College 

Hargin.John, printer. Daily Herald, bds. 
Macy House 

Hargus William, carpenter, bds. 17 E. 
North 

Harkness John, r. 179 N. Pennsylvania, 
bet. New York and Vermont 

Harlan George W. wood turner, r. 136 N. 
Tennessee 

Harlow F. E. elk. Adams Express Co. r. 
12 E. Washington 

Harmon August, works Union Factory, 
r. Liberty, cor. Vermont 

Harmoning Christian, grocer, 283 S. Del- 
aware, r. same 

Harmoning Christian, porter, E. B. Al- 
vord, r. 76 Railroad 

Harmoning Christena, wid. r. 76 Rail- 
road 

Harmoning H. drayman, Judson & Dodd, 
r. 76 Railroad 

Harness Solomon (Harness & Montgom- 
ery), r. 39 E. McCarty 

Harness & Montgomery (Solomon Har- 
ness and Thomas Montgomery), sa- 
loon, 222 E. Washington 

Harpell Jeremiah, elk. Commercial Hotel 

Harper Henry, at Osgood & Smith's, r. 
162 Bluff rd. 



Harper Jefferson, carpenter, r. 240 W. 

New York 
Harper John L. (Ray, Mayhew & Co.) r. 

269 E. Market 
Harper Joseph, r. at Socman's grocery, 

E. Washington, outside corporation 
Harper Mary (col'd), wid. James, wash- 
erwoman, r. 220 N. Missouri 
Harper William, cooper, William Baird> 

r. 162 Bluff rd. 
Harper Winfield S. printer, W. S. Came- 
ron, r. 162 Bluff rd. nr. city limits 
Harrington Dennis, lab. r. 90 Railroad 
Harrington John, lab. bds. 48 N. West 
Harriagton John, lab. r. 7th, nr. Michi- 
gan rd. 
Harrington Mary Miss, waiter. Palmer 

House 
Harrington Patrick, lab. r. 15 Willard 
Harris Addison C. (Dye & Harris), bda. 

Mrs. Carlton's, E. Market 
Harris Bug. (col'd), lab. r. 231 Minerva 
Harris Cornelia (col'd), servant, at 351 

N. Illinois 
Harris C. E. carpenter, r. 140 E. North 
Harris Elizabeth (col'd), servant, at 520 

N. Illinois 
Harris Henry L. (col'd), billiard saloon, 

166 Indiana av. r. same 
Harris Isaac, printer, W. S. Cameron 
Harris Joseph, cleaning and repairing, 

62 S. Illinois, r. 62 W. Maryland 
Harris Mumford, lab. r. 144 Douglass 
Harris Sarah M. Mrs. milliner, 74J E. 

Market, r. same 
Harris Thomas W. plasterer, r. West, bet. 

McCarty and Merrill 
Harris William (col'd), barber, r. John, 

cor. Peru 
Harris W. H. student at Bryant, Stratton 

& Co.'s Commercial College, bds. 273 

N. Liberty 
Harrison Alfred (A. & J. C. S. Harrison), 

r. 252 N. Meridian. 
Harrison Alfred (col'd), servant, at 173 

N. Tennessee 
Harrison A. & J. C. S. (Alfred Harrison 

and John C. S. Harrison), bankers, 

15 E. Washington 
Harrison Benjamin (Porter, Harrison & 

Fishback), r. 299 N. Alabama 
Harrison Irwin, book-keeper, W. Sheets, 

r. 95 N. Pennsylvania 
Harrison James H. (J. D. Evans & Co), 

r. 189 E. Ohio 
Harrison John, carpenter, bds. 69 W. 

Market 
Harrison John C. S. (Alfred and J. C. S. 

Harrison), r. 262 N. Meridian 
Harrison Jonathan, carpenter, C. Eden & 

Co. r. 69 W. Market 
Harrison J. F. carpenter, C. Eden & Co. 

bds. Ohio House 



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Harrison Mrs. boarding house, 240 E. 
Ohio 

Harriso* Reuben E. attorney at law, 26 
W. Washington, bds. 83 N. Pennsyl- 
vania 

Harrison Robert, master transportation 
Am. Ex. Co. Union depot 

Harrison Temple C. att'y at law, bds. 83 
N. Pennsylvania 

Harrison Thomas, lab. r. 83 Ann 

Harrison William M. book-keeper, r. 104 
Massachusetts av. ne. cor. Alabama 

Harrison's Bank (A. & J. C. S. Harri- 
son), 15 E. Washington 

Harsth Fritz, works at 128 N. Meridian 

Hart Edward, Am. Ex. Co. bds. 90 S. Me- 
ridian 

Uart E. F, porter. Am. Ex. Co. bds. Cen- 
tral House 

Hart Michael, lab. r. 57 Dougherty 

Hart Thomas, elk. Express office, bds. 90 
S. Meridian 

Hart Thomas H. porter, Am. Ex. Co. bds. 
Central House 

Hart T. J. (Hart & McClure), r. Pennsyl- 
vania, beyond city limits 

Hart & McClure (T. J. Hart and J. H. 
McClure), carpenters and builders, 
Pearl, nr. Pennsylvania 

Harter John A. shipper, r. 42 N. New 
Jersey 

Harting Frederick (Harting & Bro.). r. 
62 Bluff road 

Harting Henry (Harting & Bro.), r. 363 
S. Illinois 

Harting & Bro. (Frederick and Henry 
Harting), brewers, 7 Norwood 

Hartman Charles, porter, Alford, Talbot 
& Co. r. 119 N. New Jersey 

Hartman Christian, lab. r. 275 E. Ohio 

Hariman Christian jr. lab. r. 279 E. Ohio 

Hartman Emil, printer, Daily Tele- 
graph, bds. Volks Garden 

Hartman Fred, wagonraaker, bds. 279 E. 
Ohio 

Hartman Henry, lab. I. P. Evans, r. 132 
Union 

Hartman .Mathew, plasterer, r. 200 N. Al- 
abama 

Hartman N. cigarmaker, Peter Kretsch, 
r. Union 

Hartman William, carpenter, r. bet. Un 
ion and Railroad av. 

Hartmond William M. bds. Walker House 

Hartpence Walter, printer, H. C. Chand- I 
ler & Co. bds. Oriental Hotel 

Hartrout Herman, brewer, r. 79 Eliza- 
beth 

Hartry Leopold, elk. J. Kahn, bds. Mary- 
land, nr. Canal 

Hartsel David, farmer, r. 325 E. Wash- 
ington 

Hartsel Sarah Mrs. r. 325 E. Washing- 
ton, 2d floor 

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Hartstein Abraham, elk. Solomon Bros. 
bds. Illinois, cor. South 

Hartrodt Herman, r. Elizabeth, corner 
Blake 

Hartwell Ephraim, clerk and book-keep- 
er Bates House, bds. same, 

Hartwick Lucas, carpenter, r. McCarty, 
bet. Hlinoisand Maple 

Harvey A. C. bds. 31 Indiana av. 

Harvey Charles, brakeman, B. R. R. bds. 
Edwards House 

Harvey Eli H. (Harvey & Smith) 

Harney Elizabeth (col'd), servant, r. 95 
N. Pennsylvania 

Harve3' Jonathan S. att'y at law, 43^ E. 
Washington 

Harvey Littleton (col'd), lab. r. 2d, west 
of railroad 

Harvey Silas L. asst. sec. Governor, bds. 
284 N. Tennessee 

Harvey T. B. Dr. (Wright & Harvey), 
Market, op. P. 0. r. 141 N Alabama 

Harvey William H. machinist, with Case, 
Marsh & Wiggins, bds. 284 N.Tenn- 
essee 

Harvey & Smith (Eli H. Harvey and E. 
II. Smith), city express, 26^ N. Penn- 
sylvania 

Harwood I. M. cabinetmaker, r. 67 Mad- 
ison av. 

Hascall James, carpenter, bds. 35 Indi- 
ana av. 

Haselden Charles, shoemaker, r. E. Wash- 
ington 

Haselton W. H. law student, r. 79 East 
Maryland 

Hasket Elijah (Hasket & Kyle), boards 
Commercial House 

Hasket & Kyle (Elijah Hasket and Con- 
rad Kyle, pump makers, 26 N. Dela- 
ware 

Haskit William L (W. L Haskit & Co.), 
r. 416 N. IHinois 

HASKir W. I. & CO. (W. I. Haskit, Eli- 
jah B. Martindale and John M. 
Moore), whol. and ret. druggists, 14 
AV. Washington 

Haslep Harry, time keeper, B. R. W. shops 

Haslep Isaiah, master mechanic, B. R. 
Way 

Hasselman Louis W. (Sawyer & Hassel- 
man), bds. Bates House 

Hasselman Otto H. salesman. Sawyer & 
Hasselman, bds. Maryland, corner 
Missouri 

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Hassey Martha, wid. r. 62 S. West 

Hassler E. A. elk. W. & H. Glenn, r. 188 
N. Tennessee 

Hasson Charles, r. 71 California 

Ilasson Charlep, grocer, 399 N. Illinois, 
r. 444 N. Meridian 

Hasson James, r. 444 Nevr Jersey 

Hasson James, r. 71 N. California 

Hasson Willia;ii, grocer, 399 N. Illinois, 
r. 444 N. Meridian 

Hastings E. L. foreman, job rooms. Jour- 
nal office 

Hatch Lueian B. (McCarn & Hatch), bds. 
82 W. Market 

Hat6eld J. J. B. gunsmith, r. 457 E.Geor- 
gia 

Hathern Thomas, cigar maker, Reynold's 
factory, bds. 163 N. Noble 

Hathroot Charles, cooper, bds. 841 East 
Ohio 

Hattel Joseph, barkeeper, Sherman House 
saloon, r. Ohio, bet. Tennessee and 
Mississippi 

Hattenbach Joseph, elk. N. Hattenbach, 
bds. Scott House 

Hattenbach Nathan, cigars and tobacco, 
55 S. niinois, bds. Scott House 

Hatter August, butcher, J. Rocs, bds. 139 
S. niinois 

Hatterly Franklin, terra cotta maker, J. 
N. Glover, bds. 23 Kentucky av. 

Hatton Charles, lab. Indianapolis Roll- 
ing Mill 

Hauck John, fruit and confectionery, 12 
W. Louisiana, r. same 

Haueisen J. Fred, salesman, John A. 
Heidlinger 

Haueisen William, salesman, Chas. May- 
er, r. 339 N. Illinoi.? 

Haues A. S. W. book-keeper, E. C. Mc- 
Millan, bds. Scott House 

fiaug John, bartender, F. Deitz, bds. 255 
E. Washington 

HAUG MICHAEL, saloon, 138 S. Penn- 
sylvania, r. same 

Hauger Andrew, lab. res. 177 E.Saint 
Marys 

Haugh Adam, cancer physician, office and 
r. 208 N. Alabama 

Haugh Alexander W. engineer, Ben. F. 
Haugh, bds 244 E. Vermont 

HAUGH BENJAMIN F. iron railings, 
balconies, verandahs, jail work, etc. 
S. Pennsylvania, bet. Maryland and 
Georgia, r. 504 N. Pennsylvania 

Cloaks in all Styles, at 



Haugh Charles, bookbinder, Journal Of- 
fice, r. 244 E. Vermont 

Haugh Emanuel, with B. F. HaJfeh, r. 244 
E. Vermont 

Haugh Joseph R. cashier Citizens' Na- 
tional Bank, r. 175 N. New Jersey 

Haugh Thomas, bds. 178 N. Noble 

Haughey Theodore P. pres. Indianapolis 
National Bank, r. 242 N. Pennsyl- 
vania 

Hauk Thomas A. carpenter, Wabash al. 
bet. Market and Ohio, Liberty and 
Noble 

Haupt Robert, notions, 151J E.Wash- 
ington, r. 17 Chatham 

Hau-se Burt, elk. bds. Scott House 

Hauser Andrew, lab. C. F. Schmidt, r. 
119 E. South 

Hauwina D. stonemason, bds. CO S. Dela- 
ware 

Haven W. H. elk. A. E. Vinton , 

Havens Ann, wid. Churchill, r. 157 N. 
Mississippi 

Haweisen Wni. elk. Charles Mayer, r. 339 
N. Illinois 

Hawes Albert S. W. salesman, Eli G. 
McMillin, bds. Scott House 

Hawes Geo. W. publisher, bds. Macy 
House 

Hawk Jacob, hostler. Wood & Foudray, 
r. at stable 

Hawkes Rush (Hawkes & Co.), bds. 81 
S. Illinois 

Hawkes & Co. (Rush Hawkes and White 
DeRuiter), oyster saloon, 81 S. Illi- 
nois 

Hawkins Fanny (col'd), servant, 94 W. 
Market 

Hawkins F. xMiss, servant, 80 W. Ohio 

Hawkins James, engineer, bds. cor. No- 
ble and New York 

Hawkins John S. carpenter, Central R. 
R. shops, bds. Smith's, S. East 

Hawkins W. (col'd), elk. M. Mason, bis. 
same 

Hawley L. D. Miss, matron at Indiana 
Institute for Blind 

Hawley P. W. Miss, teacher, Indiana In- 
stitute for Blind 

HAWN E. R. physician, 52 N. Illinois, 
cor. Market, bds. Macy House 

Hawney Fred. lab. 55 Peru 

Haws John, carpenter. Central R. 11. 
shops, bds. 60 S. Noble 

HAWTHORN CHAS. E. r. 179 N. Ala- 
bama 

Hay Charles porter in store, 274 Massa- 
chusetts av. 

Hay Lawrence G. receiver. Sinking Fund, 
r. 21 S. Pennsylvania 

Hay William H. (Morrow & Hay), r. 222 
N. Tennessee 

Hayden H. J. bds. 1 Fort Wayne av. 

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Hayden John J. ins. agi. Virginia av. se. 
cor. Washington, v. 1 Fort Wayne av. 

Hayden Nehemiah, elk. Sinking Fund, 
r. 180 W. Ohio, bet. Mississppi and 
Canal 

Hayden Warner, lab. bds. 288 W. Wash- 
ington 

Hayes B. S. artist, i: 38 W. Saint Clair 

Haynes Louis, traveling agt. W. P. & E. 
P. Gallup, 74 \V. Washington 

HAYNES PHILIP, confectioner, whol. 
and ret. 40 W. Washington, r. 65 W. 
Michigan 

Haynes William H. H. printer, Journal 
office, r. 39 Elm 

Hays Abraham, salesman, Morris, Kahn 
& Co. r. 138 Virginia av. 

Hays Abram, clothier, cor. Washington 
and Illinois, r. 138 Virginia av. 

Hays A. clothing, ret. 136 S. Illinois, r. 
same 

HAYS, AIKMAN & CO. (Emanuel M. 
Hays, John B. Aikman, Henry Ro- 
senthal and Carlin Hamlin), cloth- 
ing, whol. and ret. 9 Bates blk. W. 
Washington 

Hays Barton S. portrait painter, 26 and 
28 W. Washington, r. 38 W. Saint 
Clair 

Hays David, lab. r. 35 Huron 

Hays Elizabeth Mrs. wid. 140 W. Ver- 
mont 

Hays Emanuel M. (Hays & Rosenthal), r. 
144 Virginia av. 

Hays Emanuel M. (Hays, Aikman & Co.), 
r. 144 Virginia av. 

Hays Isaac C. agt. Home Mutual Ins. Co. 
of Indianapolis, 64 E. Washington, 
r. 340 N. Alabama 

Hays James, carpenter. Sinker & Co. 

Hays James McD. chief elk. Sherman 
House, bds. same 

Hays Joseph, carpenter, r. 72 Bicking 

Hays Samuel, carpenter, r. 372 S. ^N est 

Hays William M. elk. Star Union Line 
office, bds. 26 W. Maryland * 

Hays William M. elk. T. & I. R. R. office, 
bds. Pyle House 

Hays & Rosenthal (Emanuel M. Hays 
and Henry Rosenthal), clothing, 
whol. 61 S. Meridian 

Haywood Alfred (Haywood & Hardin), r. 
167 E. Washington 

Haywood Martha Mrs. wid. 116 Ash 

Haywood & Hardin (Alfred Haywood and 
R. Edward Hardin), carpenters, 167 
E. Washington 

Hay worth Libby, chamber maid, Sher- 
man House 

Hazzard George, student National Busi- 
ness College 

Hazzard Samuel P. agt. B. & 0. R. R. 
bds. 68. W. Maryland, bet. Illinois 
and Tennessee 

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Hazzard Wiley, student, bds. 115 N. New 
Jersey 

Headley J. M. carpenter, bds. Virginia 
av. 3d house from East 

Heaf August, dyer and scourer, 14 S. 
Pennsylvania, r. same 

Heaf John, dyer, August Heaf, r. S. Ten- 
nessee, nr. Rolling Mill 

Heagerty Patrick, teamster, r. 261 S. 
Tennessee 

Healy Ann Mrs. dressmaker, r. 35 N. 
Alabama 

Hebb Joseph, carpenter, bds. 275 N. New 
Jersey 

Hebbel John W. (Shaffer & Hebbel), r. 
101 New Jersey 

Heber Christian, bds. Scott House 

Heckman Christopher, prop'r City Mills, 
r. 413 E. Washington 

Heckman George C. pastor Third Pres- 
byterian Church, r. 230 N. Tennes- 
see 

Hedelbergen H. Mrs. r. 398 S. Delaware 

Hedenck John, cabinetmaker, Speigel & 
Thorns, r. 130 N. Noble 

Hederick Peter, lab. r. 126 N. Noble 

Hedgepeth Jane Mrs. (col'd). r. Howard, 
W. of Railroad 

Hedges Ellen, wid. John, bds. 140 N. 
Tennessee 

Hedges Elijah, cabinetmaker, Weaver & 
Williams, r. 72 W. Washington 

Hedges Frank, refreshment stand, es. 
Camp Carrington, on L. R. R. bet. 
3d and 4th 

Hedges James, carpenter, r. 140 N. Ten- 
nessee 

Hedle Joseph, bartender, r. al. bet. Ohio 
and New York, Tennessee and Mis- 
sissippi 

Hedrick George, Union Cabinet Factory 

Hedrick John, turner, Speigel, Thoms & 
Co. r. 130 N. Noble 

HedricK Peter, Union Cabinet Factory 

Heesee George, expressman, r. 312 Rail- 
road av. 

Hefferan Henry, candymaker, bds. Scott 
House 

Heffernen John, teamster, r. 490 S. West 

Heffner Henry, confectioner, Daggett & 
Co. bds. Scott House 

Heiber Theodore, elk. Bee Hive Store, 
cor. Washington and Meridian, bds. 
78 E. New York 

Heidenrieh Christ, tailor, r. 128 Huron 

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JBates House Corner, 

Keeps an Extensive Assortment of 

VIOLINS, GUITARS, FLUTES. 

ACCOBDEONS, &c. 

EXAWINE THEIR STOCK. 

Heider Augusta Miss, works 18 W. North 
Heider Caroline, wid. Julius, r. 200 E. 

Washington 
Heidkam John, driver, Cabinet Maker's 

Union, r. Vincennes 
Heidlinger John A. cigars and tobacco, 

Palmer House, r. 14 N. Mississippi 
Heigel Christ, lab. r. 175 E. Washington 
Heiland John, salesman, P. S. Willard 
Heim Henry, butcher, bds. 553 E. Wash- 
ington 
Heim Jacob, butcher, r. 553 E. Washing- 
ton 
Heim John, butcher, r. 553 E. Washing- 
ton 
Heim John P. sen. r. cor. E. Washington 

and Michigan rd. 
Heim John R. jr. butcher, 147 E. Wash- 
ington, r. cor. E. Washington and 
Michigan rd. 
Heine Andy, lab. r. 325 N. Davidson 
Heine Charles, lab. 283 N. Davidson 
Heine Heinrich, r. 304 Virginia av. 
Heiner John, r. 164 N. East 
Heinsheimer Nathan E. (Heinsheimer & 

Block), r. Cincinnati, 0. 
Heinsheimer & Block (N.E. Heinsheimer 
and I. Block), hats, caps and fur- 
nishing goods, 32 W. Washington 
Heisch F. printer, Volksblatt, bds. E. 

Washington, ne. cor. East 
Heiselman Fred. lab. r. 31 Biddle 
Heiser Henry, peddler, r. 450 N. Rail- 
road 
Heiser John, hunter, 350 Railroad 
Heiser Elizabeth, works 385 N. Illinois- 
Heiskell W. L. (Hunt & Heiskell), bds. 

Pattison House 
Heislar Jacob, lab. r. 168 S. Noble 
Heislinger Leonard, blacksmith, r. 578 

E. Washington 
Heitkam Charles, furniture dealer, 73 E. 

Washington, r. 65 E. Liberty 
Heitkam George (Heitkam & Schroeder), 
Heitkam George H. mer. tailor, 27 N. Illi- 
nois, r. 67 W. Liberty 
Heitkam & Schroeder (George Heitkam 
and August Schroeder), mer. tailors, 
83 E. Washington 
Heizer David F. blacksmith, B. R. W. shop. 

r. 387 Massachusetts av. 
Helb Aug. lab. r. 287 N. Davidson 
Helkene Henry, harnessmaker, Reyer & 
Thorns, r. 434 Virginia av. 



Helle Lewis, painter, Duncan, bet. Madi- 
son and Pennsylvania, r. 248 S. 
Pennsylvania 

Hellens Jennie Miss, r. 297 E. New York 

Helm Adam, carpenter, 296 N. Liberty, r. 
same 

Helm Henry, mason, 329 E. New York 

Helm John, grocer and feed store, David- 
son, cor. Vermont, r. same 

Helm William, bricklayer, bds. 117 W. 
New York 

Helming John, pdrter, P. 0. r. 347 N. New 
Jersey, cor. Walnut 

Helms Thomas, chairmaker, Speigel, 
Thorns & Co. r. 57 Huron 

Helmstehtter John, tailor, August Heaf, 
r. 144 E. Washington 

Helshier Chas. carpenter, r. 72 Coburn ♦ 

Helwig Charles, planing mill, W. New 
York, nr. Canal, r. 116 N. Alabama 

Helwig Charles (Helwig, Roberts & Co.), 
r. 322 W. New York 

Helwig, Roberts & Co. (Chas. Helwig, 
John Roberts, and Gustave Schur- 
man), lumber dealers and sash, doors 
and blinds, New York, on C:inal 

Hemberg Philip, piano teacher and tuner, 
Market, cor. Noble 

Hemmile Sam. lab. bds. rear 218 E. Wash- 
ington 

Henderson Geo. woodsawyer, 448 N. New 
Jersey 

Henderson Joseph, r. N. Illinois, bet. 4th 
and 5th 

Henderson Thomas, boilerm.iker, l>. R, 
W. shop 

Henderson William B. brakeman, Cen- 
tral R. R. bds. 350 Winston 

Henderson William, attorney at law and 
pres. Indianapolis Insurance Co. 9 
N. Pennsylvania, r. es. Meridian, be- 
yond city limits 

Hendricks Charles, r. 287 N. Noble 

HENDRICKS, EDMUNDS & CO." (Vic- 
tor K. Hendricks, William Edmunds, 
WilliamiO. Stone and Timothy S. 
Stone), boots and shoes, whol. 56 S. 
Meridian 

Hendricks Isaac C. Maj. 21st reg. r. 250 
Railroad av. 

Hendricks Jacob, boilermaker, B. R. W. 
shop 

Hendricks J. C. carpenter, C. Eden & Co. 

Hendricks, Mnj. Q. M. Dept. bds. 273 N. 
New Jersey 

Hendricks, Perkins & Hord (Thomas A. 
Hendricks, Samuel E. Perkins and 
Oscar B. Hord), attorneys at law, 
^tna building 

Hendricks Thos. A. (Hendricks, Perkins 
& Hord), r. S. East, nr. city limits 

Hendricks Victor K. (Hendricks, Ed- 
munds & Co.), bds. W. Ohio, bet. Illi- 
nois and Tennessee 



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Hendrickson Andrew, lawyer, McKer- 

nau, Pierce and Yandes, r. Grant 
Henesey John, lab. r. 97 S. New Jersey 
Heney Barnet, r. rear 163 St. Joseph 
Hennesy Patrick, lab. r. Union, bet. Wil- 

kens and corporation limits 
Henning G. F. lab. r. 323 N. Alabama 
Henninger Theodore (Smith & Hennin- 

ger), r. 41 Bradshaw 
Hennison Daniel, lab. r. 135 Bright 
Henry Chas. driver, Speigel, Thorns & Co. 

bds. 119 St. Joseph 
Henry John, lab. r. 119 St. Joseph 
Henry Joseph, carpenter, r. 307 S. Penn- 
sylvania 
Henry Lawrence, lab. r. 286 S. East 
Henry P. lab. Osgood, Smith & Co. 
ilenschen William, carpenter, r. South, 

bet. East and Noble 
Hensel Thomas, carpenter, bds. 84 Mas- 
sachusetts av. 
Hensell John, passenger fireman, B. R. W. 
Hensheu Wm. (Hildebrand & Henshen), 

226 Walnut 
Hensler Henry, porter. Browning & Sloan 
Hensley John, carpenter, r. 78 Huron 
Hensley Nannie Miss, r. 323 E. Vermont 
Henthorn Nancy Mrs. wid. r. 127 E. 

V/ashington 
Hentzler Henry, elk. bds. 330 W. North 
Herbert G. Mrs. principal. Young Ladies 

School, Noble Homestead, E. Market 
Herbold William, r. ns. Market, bet. 12th 

and 13th 
Hereth Ad. (Hereth & Bro.), bds. 124 N. 

Alabama 
Hereth Adam, harnessmaker, Reyer & 

Thorns, r. N. Alabama 
Hereth George L. salesman, Willard & 

Stowell, r. 176 N. East 
Hereth Henry, carpenter, r. 176 N. East 
Hereth John C. (Hereth & Bro.) r. 124 

N. Alabama 
Hereth John C. marble yard, S. Meridian, 

r. 124 N. Alabama 
Hereth John G. carpenter, 266 N. East 
Hereth John J. carpenter, 263 N. East, r. 

same 
Hereth Peter, carpenter, r. 388 E. Market 
Hereth Peter P. carpenter, r. 64 Bates 
Hereth Philip, carpenter, bds. 266 N. East 
Hereth Philip, harnessmaker Reyer & 

Thorns, r. East 
Hereth & Brother, (J. C. Hereth and Ad. 

Hereth), saddle and harness makers, 

78 E. Market, op. P. 0. 
Herff Charles (Herfif, Kittner & Co.). r. 

Wabash 
Herff Henry, clothing, 95 S. Illinois, bds. 

Bates House 
Herff J. elk. H. Herff, bds. Bates House 
Herff, Kittner & Co. (Charles Herff, David 

Kittner and Isaac New), clothing, 

ret. 33 S. Hlinois 

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TO THE STATE OF INDIANA. 



Hering Philip, music teacher, 72 W. 
South, bds. same 

Hering Phillip, tuner and repairer, A. 
M. Benham & Co. r. 50 W. South 

Herlihy Daniel, lab. r. Kingeu's blk. W. 
Maryland 

Herloff Fred. lab. J. & I. freight depot, r. 
Union, nr. corporation line 

Herman C. lab. Gagg & Co. 

Herman John, foreman. Cabinet Makers' 
Union, r. 124 Winston 

Herman Lawrence, lab. r. ss. E. Wash- 
ington, out side corporation 

Herman Pat. lab. r. 215 N. Davidson 

Hermann F. J. undertaker, 19 S. Dela- 
ware, r. 272 E. Market 

Hermann Gabriel, elk. F. J. Hermann, r, 
272 E. Market 

Herring Isabel, wid. William, bds. 11 N. 
Liberty 

Herringlake Henry, barkeeper, Califor- 
nia House, bds. same 

Herrman Jacob, carpenter, r. 174 E. 
Washington 

Herron Frederick M. (McLene & Herron), 
r. 230 Pennsylvania, bet. Vermont 
and Michigan 

Herst David (Herst & Small), bds. Patti- 
son House 

Herst & Small (David Herst and Henry 
Small), tailors, 8 E. Washington, up 
stairs 

Hertel Nancy, wid. Edward, r. 200 Wash- 
ington 

Herth David, bell boy, Bates House, bds. 
same 

Hervey J. W. physician, r. 225 N. Liberty 

Hervey W. W. elk. bds. 225 N. Liberty 

Herzog Daniel, baker, bds. 75 N. Alabama 

Hess August, elk. Humes' grocery, bds. 
126 W. Ohio 

Hess Casper, lab. Ind. Rolling Mill 

Hess Charles, teacher. Normal Academy 
of Music, r. 263 S. Meridian 

Hess George, cabinetmaker, r. 126 Maple 

Hess Godfrey, lab. r. 126 W. Ohio 

Hess Gustavus, baker, J. C. Weinberger, 
r. 116 Bluff rd. 

Hess J. W. (Jones, Hess & Davis), r. 21 
Indiana av. 

Hess William, bds. 79 Ash 

Hess William M. elk. with J. W. Blake, 
bds. Spencer House 

Hessling Berne:, tailor, r. 305 E. Market 

St., bet. Market and MeridiaBOw 



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STEOWAY & SOi\'S 

GRAND SQUARE AND UPRIGHT 

At SENHAM & CO.'S, 

Bates House Corner, INDIANAPOLIS. 



Hetherington Ben. F. machinist, r. S. 
Pennsylvania, nr. Root's Foundry 

Hetherington C. machinist, Washington 
Foundry, r. 200 Bates 

Heun Charles, lab. r. 283 N. Davidson 

Heuster H. mechanic, Osgood, Smith & 
Co. 

Heustis John B. engineer, r. 17 Henry 

Hewes C. W. Upv. president Indianapolis 
Female Institute, 74 Pennsylvania, 
cor. Michigan 

Hewes (Jharles W. jr., Bellefontaine Rail- 
road Ticket Office, bds. 74 Pennsyl- 
vania, ne. cor. Michigan 

Hewitt Charles, attorney at law, 23 E. 
Washington, bds. N. Illinois, cor. 
Vermont 

Hewitt William, harnessmaker, Sellers & 
Wood, r. 70 California 

Heyward Thomas, carpenter, bds. R. W. 
Whitaker's, ws. N. Mississippi, bet. 
2d and 3d 

Hezekiah Henry E. saloon, 31 and 33 
Kentucky av. r. 72 W. Maryland 

Hiatt John, barkeeper Pearl Saloon, r. 24 
W. Pearl 

Hickey James, lab. bds. 320 E. Washing- 
ton 

Hickey .John, lab. r. 20 Willard 

Hickey Peter, machinist, B. R. R. shop, 
bds. 17 Biddle 

Hickey Thomas, lab. bds. 320 E. Wash- 
ington 

Hickej' Thomas, lab. I. & C. R. R. shop, 
bds. 270 E. Washington 

Hickman J. W. I;ib. r. High, cor. Bicking 

Hicks R. Mrs. dress and cloak maker, 
Mrs. M. Patterson, r. 335 Liberty 

Hicks & l)inilap, refreshment stand, es. 
Camp Carrington, bet. 2d and 3d, on 
L. R. R. 

Hidseman M. sawfiler, 63 S. Pennsylva- 
nia 

Hieber Theodore L. salesman, Tylers 
Bee Hive, r. 78 E. New York 

Hier Charles, switchman, Madison Depot, 
r. 171 E. St. Mary 

HifFner H. R. student. National Business 

College 
Higer Henry, plasterer, r. 356 N. Noble 
Higgins Charles J. elk. Asher & Adams, 

r. 76 £. Market 
Higgins David S. silverplater, W. B. Hig- 
gins, bds. with same 



Higgins J. J. carpenter, r. Maple, bet. 
Ray and Wilkins 

Higgins Thomas, lab. r. 341 S. Delaware 

Higgins Wm. B. silverplnter, 8 W. Wash- 
ington, up stairs, r. 160 St. Joseph 

Higgins W. C. carpenter, r. Maple, bet. 
Ray and Wilkins 

Higgs John M. printer. Gazette, bds. Pyle 
House 

High Frank, salesman, Mrs. H. N. Quim- 
by, r. 42 S. Illinois 

Hight Fred, actor, .r. 142 Indiana a v. 

nightman Chris, car cleaner, r. 80 Rail- 
road 

Higley John, saloon keeper, r. 246 E. 
Washington 

Hilbers Deidrick, woodturner, r. Ohio, 
bet. Liberty and Noble 

Hild William, coremaker, Ruschhaupt, 
Zschech & Berg, r. Davidson, bet. 
Michigan and North 

Hildebrandt Edward, hostler, W. Rusch- 
haupt, bds. with same 

Hildebrand Jacob S. (J. H. Vajen & Co.), 
r. 11 Madison av. 

Hildebrand Henry (Hildebrand & Hens- 
hen), r. 324 N. Delaware 

Hildebrand & Henshen (H. Hildebrand 

.and Henshen), carpenters and 

builders, AValnut, bet. New Jersey 
and East 

Hilemode Henry, nr. 7th, bet. Pennsyl- 
vania and Delaware, outside corpor- 
ation 

Hiles Isaac, carpenter, r. 82 James 

Hilgemier Chris. (Hilgemier& Co.), r. 43 
Wyoming 

Hilgemire Herman, street sprinkler, r. 
346 Winston 

HILGEMIER & CO. (Chris. Hilgemier 
and Richard Mogge), groceries, etc. 
Delaware, se. cor. McCarty 

Hilk Henry, gardener at Blind Asylum, 
r. 24 St. Joseph 

Hilkenbach William, elk. Sutler's Stand, 
Camp Carrington, r. 226 N. East 

Hilker Henry, gardener, Indiana Insti- 
tute for Blind 

Hill August, lab. Speigel, Thorns & Co. 
r. 287 N. Davidson 

Hill A. C. tailor, 227 E. Washington, r. 
Vance's block 

Hill D. F. (Martin & Hill) bds. Beard 
House 

Hill E. C. (E. H. Mayo & Co.), r. 316 N. 
Illinois 

Hill George W. (Hill & Wingate), r. 110 
S. East 

Hill G. W. supt. gov't bakery at Camp 
Morton, r. 247 N. East 

Hill James, grocer, 346 W. Washington, 
r. same 

Hill James Rev. Wesley Chapel, r. 202 
N. West 



The Ui^rgest Stock of Cloaks in the City, at No. 3 Odd Fellows' Hall. 



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Hill James B. elk. P. 0. 

Hill John F. (col'd), barber, Bates House, 
bds. same 

Hill John F. (John F. Hill & Co.), r. 84 
N. Alabama 

Hill John F. cSi; Co. (John F. and J. B. 
Hill), prop'rs Beach Wood Nursery, 
84 N. Alabama 

Hill Joseph C. real estate and claim agt. 
8 W. Washington, up stairs, r. West- 
ern av. Forest Home 

Hill Joseph B. butcher, r. 273 Blake 

Hill J. B. (John F. Hill & Co.) 

Hill Margaret Mrs. (col'd), bds. 190 N. 
Missouri 

Hill Matson, book-keeper, Lesh, Tousey 
& Co. r. 202 N. West 

Hill Russell, lab. r. 8 WiUard 

Hill Samuel H. printer, Journal office, 
bds. 160 E. Market 

Hill Susan Miss (col'd), bds. 190 N. Mis- 
souri 

Hill Thomas, stonecutter, bds. Beard 
House, W. Market 

Hill Washington, booker, Ind. Rolling 
Mill 

Hill William, miller, bds. 316 W. Wash- 
ington 

Hill William B. book-keeper, Mclntire & 
Cling, r. 26 N. Mississippi 

Hill William 0. (W. Spotts & Co.) r. 40 
Pennsylvania, op. Post Office 

HILL & WINCtATE (George AV. Hill and 
W. L. Wingate), planing mill and 
lumber dealers, 113 S. East 

Hillman Charles, carpenter, Ruschhaupt, 
Zschech & Berg, r. Walter 

Hillman Frederick, lab. P. & I. R. R. 
Freight Depot, r. 36 Walter 

Hillman John, lab. J. & I. Freight Depot, 
r. 238 Union 

Hillman Levi C. (Hillman & Bro.), bds. 
Macy House 

Hillman Sylvester P. (Hillman & Bro.) 
bds. 33 W. Maryland 

Hillman William, blacksmith, 377 Vir- 
ginia av. r. 436 Virginia av. 

Hillman William, blacksmith, r. 433 Vir- 
ginia av. 

Hillman William, lab. B. & I. R. R. 
Freight Depot, r. 225 BlufiF rd. 

Hillman & Bro. (Levi C. and Sylvester P. 
Hillmm), physicians and surgeons, 
31^ W. Washington 

Hills Lucien, gen'l freight agt. B. R. R. r. 
208 N. niinois 

Hilp Henry, book-keeper, Rauh Brothers, 
bds. Bates House 

Hilt Franklin L. gunsmith, U. S. Armory, 
r. 163 W. Maryland 

Hilt Frederick, saddler, Sulgrove, Rey- 
nolds & ("o. bds. Edwards' Hotel 

Hiltebrand John J. stonecutter, r. 64 S. 
Alabama 



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Not Exceeding Seven Years. 



Hiltebrand J. M. marblecutter, r. 62 S. 

Alabama 
HiUh Henry, bds. 153 N. Tennessee 
Hilzinger Albion, Union Cabinet Facto- 
ry, bds. East Street House 
Hime William, moulder, D. Root & Co. r. 

120 Massachusetts ar. 
Hinde Edward (E. Hinde & Co.), r. 79 N. 

East 
Hinde E. & Co. (Edward and P. J. Hinde), 

grocers, ret. 209 E. Washington 
Hinde P. J. (E. Hinde & Co.), r. 79 N. 

East 
Hindley Robert, warper, C. E. Geisen- 

dorff & Co. bds. Nagel House 
Hindman Sarah Mrs. boarding house, 73 

W. Georgia 
Hindman William, bell boy, at Spencer 

House 
Hine Henry, shomeaker, r. 304 Virginia 

av. 
Hineman Sarah Miss, r. 75 W. Georgia 
Hiner Andrew, watchman, C. & I. C. R. 

R. shops, r. 60 S. Noble 
Hines Ann Mrs. r. 146 E. McCarty 
Hinesley Andrew J. (Darrow & Hines- 

ley), r. 491 N. Tennessee 
Hinesley William, prop, livery and sale 

stable, 37 W. Pearl, r. 469 N. Tenn- 
essee 
Hinesley William A. messenger, C. E. 

Geisendorff & Co, bds. 491 N. Tenn- 
essee 
Hinckley D. J. auditor B. R. W. 
Hinkley 0. W. book-keeper, r. Vinton's 

block 
Hinman Charles P. picture agent, r. 75 

W. 1st 
Hinninger Mike, machinist, Sinker & Co. 

r. St. Joseph, cor. Delaware 
Hinsel John, fireman, B. R. R. bds. P. 

Crane's, end Massachusetts av. near 

toll gate, Pendleton Pike 
Hinshaw William, ins. agent, bds. 302 

Railroad av. 
Hinsley Thomas, lab. r. 442 Virginia av. 
Hinson Erastus, works C. G. Holman's, 

Western av. outside city limits 
Hinson Sarah Mrs. r. 315 E. Ohio 
Hinton E. Mrs. r. 431 E. St. Clair 
Hinton James S. (col'd), barber, r. 229N. 

AVest 
Hippard George F. S. salesman, Bowen, 

Stewart & Co. r. 104 W. Vermont 



Gloves and Hosiery, at Jones, Hess & Davis'. 



Omar Newman, east of Union Depot, Wholesale Agent for Indiana, for 



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UBm B@al@rs 

BATES HOUSE CORNER, 

IIVDIANAPOLIS. 



Hippard Samuel, elk. sutler stand, Camp 
Cai-rington, r. 104 W. Vermont. 

Hippie Edward, carpenter, bds. 227 East 
Market 

Hirsh Charles, machinist, Ruschhaupt, 
Zschcch & Berg, r. 28 W. Georgia 

Hirsch Levi, salesman, A. Kahn, bds. 33 
W. Maryland 

Hirshraan Leon, book-keeper, Dessar, 
Bros. & Co. bds. 221 E. Ohio 

Hirst William, spinner, r. 824 W. Wash- 
ington 

Hiser Conrad, carpenter, Eden & Cope- 
land, r. 377 E. Michigan 

Hiser Elizabeth, Mrs. wid. r. rear gov't 
stables 

Hiss Fred, shoemaker, bds. 505 N. Illi- 
nois 

Hiss Sebastian, lab. r. 505 N. Illinois 

Hitchcock Alex, collector, r. 291 N. Ala- 
bama 

Hitchcock Caroline, wid Sidney H. r. 291 
E. Ohio 

Hitchcock Henry, printer, bds. 32 East 
Ohio 

Hitchcock John, student, PURDY'S BUS- 
INESS COLLEGE 

Hitchens John, blacksmith, G. & S. Ray- 
mond, r. 215 Massachusetts av. 

Hitecliew Theodore, book-keeper, Charles 
Glazier, r. 139 Virginia av. 

Hitekohn John, Cabinet Makers' Union, 
r. 112 Winston 

Hitse Lewis, lab. r. 62 Hosbrook 

Hittle Henry, painter, bds. 253 West 

Hiveler Ilhineman, carpenter, bds. 52 N. 
Noble 

Hizdt Louis, helper, r 62 Harrisburg 

Hizer Samuel, toll gate keeper, Pendle- 
ton turnpike road, r. and gate, end 
Massachusetts av. outside corpora- 
tion line 

Hoagland J. B. mess. Ad. Ex. Co. r. 368 
N. Mississippi 

Hobbs Electa Ann wid. Abner, r. 316 W. 
Washington 

Hobbs James, r. 316 W. Washington 

Hobbs Prosper, r. 316 W. Washington 

Hobson John, lab. r. Garden 

Hockstine Christopher, lab. Ind. Rolling 
Mill, r. 166 Union 

Hockey Joseph, carpenter, r. 81 E. Mc- 
Carty 

Hodges Ambrose, carpenter, r. 340 North 
Noble 
W. G. Dabbs, extensive dealer in all 



Hodges James A. actor, Metropolitan 
Theater 

Hodgson Isaac, architect, r. 433 N. Illi- 
nois 

Hofer George, shoemaker, r. Stevenson 

Hoff Louis, lab. Ind. Rolling MiU 

Hoffeld R. C. cigars and tobacco, ret. 11 
N. Pennsylvania, r. Ohio, bet. Liberty 
and East 

Hoffenbecker John, lab. r. 75 W. South 

Hofferiburg Wm. lab. r. 143 Bright 

HofFeyer Henry, tailor, r. 195 N. Liberty 

Hoffler John, lab. r. 347 N. Noble 

HofF Lewis, lab. r. 426 S. Illinois 

Hoffman Christian, stonecutter, r. 337 N. 
New Jersey 

Hoffman Henry (Hoffman & Co.), r. S. 
McCarty, nr. cor. Illinois 

Hoffman Henry, tanner, 263 E. Washing- 
ton, r. same 

Hoffman Michael, blacksmith, Sinker & 
Co. r. 131 Bluff road 

Hoffman Valentine, lab. r. 110 S. Noble 

Hoffman AVilliiim, carpenter, bds. 364 N. 
New Jersey 

Hoffman & Co. (Henry Hoffman and Fred. 
Buche), boot and shoe makers, 122 
S. Illinois 

Hoffmeister C. (Schroeder &Hoffmei8tei), 
r. 257 E. New York 

Hoffmeister Nicholas, grocer, New York, 
cor. Noble, r. same 

Hoffmeyer Fred. lab. r. 245 N. Liberty 

Hoftmeyer Fred. lab. Fishback's tatiyard, 
r. Michigan road, west side canal 

Hoffmire William, express driver, r. 199 
N. East 

Hogan Edmond, painter, r. 375 W. Wash- 
ington 

Hogan Johanna, chambermaid, Ind. Inst, 
for Blind 

Hogan Joseph, shoemaker, South, bet. 
Pennsylvania and Delaware, bds. 
William Saulers 

Hogan Mike, carpenter, C. Eden & Co. r. 
E. Washington 

Hogarty Michael, stonecutter, r. 225 Vir- 
ginia av. 

Hogel R. Mrs. photographic printer, G. 
W. Apple 

Hogland John A. cai-penter, r. Fayette, 
cor. Walnut 

Hogshire William A. (W. R. Hogshire & 
Co.), r. N. Meridian, bet. North and 
Michigan 

HOGSHIRE W. R. & CO. (William R. 
Hogshire ana John F. Council), com- 
mission merchants, an 1 who), and 
ret. grocers, 25 W. Washington 

Hohl Christopher, book-keeper, Hahn & 
Bals, r. 18 S. Delaware 

Hohl Christopher G. elk. P. O.r. Georgia, 
bet. Illinois and Meridian 

materials for Porcelain Pictures. 



Grover & Baker Sewing Machines, Retail Office 60 E. Market St. Indianp'Is. 



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Hohnan James, land agent, r. 361 E. New 
York 

Holbiook Henry C. book-keeper, bds. cor. 
California and New York 

Hnlbrook Preston, cutter, Dury, Merritt 
& Wightman, r. 172 N. New Jersey 

Holbrook Thomas, book-keeper, r. 157 N. 
Alabama 

Holden H. elk. T. H. R.R. depot, bds. 232 
N. Illinois 

Holden Wm. lab. r. 98 Railroad 

Holden William, carpenter, bds. 392 N: 
Alabama 

Floldzkoni Charles, whipmaker, Sulgrove, 
Reynolds & Co. r. at store 

HoUaday Elias G. atty. real estate and 
claim agent, 18 S. Meridian, r. 296 
Virginia av. 

Ilolladay Marietta Mrs. teacher, select 
school, 296 Virginia av. r. same 

Holland Arsa, carpenter, bds. 229 E. 
Market 

Holland Charles W. shoemaker, r. 287 N. 
Mississippi 

Holland Fanny Mrs. painter, r. al. bet. 
New York and Ohio, Mississippi and 
Missouri 

Holland George, painter, r. 456 S. New 
Jersey 

Holland George B. collecting agt. r. es. 
N. Pennsylvania, nr. 7th, outside 
corporation 

Holland George F. painter, 58 N. Penn- 
sylvania, r. 456 S. New Jersey 

Holland George G. bds. G. B. Holland's, 
N. Pennsylvania, outside corpora- 
tion 

Holland John, carpenter, I. & C. R. R. 
shops, r. 303 S. Delaware 

Holland John, carpenter, C. Eden & Co. 
r. Maryland 

Holland John, lab. r. 291 S. East 

Holland John H. book-keeper, Holland, 
Ostermeyer & Co. bds. 58 N. Penn- 
sylvania 

Holland J. W. (Holland & Ostermeyer), 
r. 112 N. Pennsylvania 

Holland Michael, lab. r. Meek, bet. Ben- 
Ion and Cady 

Holland T. F. r. 383 N. Illinois 

Holland Washington (Holland ^ Scud- 
der), r. 73 S. Illinois 

HOLLAND & OSTERMEYER (J. W. 
Holland and Frederick Ostermeyer), 
whol. grocers and com. mers, 76 E. 
Washington 

HOLLAND & SCUDDER (Washington 
Holland and Robert M. Scudder), 
prop'rs Oriental, 73 and 75 S. Illinois 

Hollar T. lab. C. F. Schmidt's, bds. same 

Hollard George, plasterer, r. 160 N. Lib- 
erty 

HoUe Charles, porter. Murphy, Kenne- 
dy & Co. r. 130 McCarty 
W. G 



WITH THE 



Hollenbeck John R. American Express 
messenger, bds. 2 Indiana av. cor. 
Ohio 

Hollenbeck R. E. Mrs. dress and clof^k 
maker, r. 121 E. Ohio 

Hollenbeck William, canvasser, r. 121 E. 
Ohio 

Hollenbeck AV. N. bds. 196 N. Mississippi 

Holler Philip, lab. C. & I. C. R. R. shops, 
205 N. Noble 

Holler Philip H. stonemason, r. 349 N. 
Noble 

Holler Theodore, brewer, John Meikel, 
215 W. Maryland 

Holler William, furniture maker and re- 
pairer, 234 E. Washington, r. same 

Hollett T. J., American Express office, r. 
181 N. Liberty 

Holley John M. fireman I. & C. R. R. bds. 
274 W. Market 

HoUiday Fernandez C. pastor, Asbury 
Chapel, r. 131 N. Meridian 

HoUiday Frank T. messenger. Branch of 
the Bank of the State of Indiana, r. 
242 N. Alabama 

HoUiday Gideon, boarding, 158 N. Ten- 
nessee, r. same 

HoUiday William A. Rev. r. 242 N. Ala- 
bama 

HoUiday W. F. salesman, Elliott, Gadd & 
Co. 131 N. Meridian 

HoUiday William J. (AV. J. HoUiday & 
Co.j, r. 241 N. Meridian 

HoUiday AV. J. (Murphy, Kennedy & Co.), 
r. 241 N. Meridian, bet. Michigan 
and Vermont 

HoUiday AV. J. & Co. (William J. HoUi- 
day, John VV. Murphy, John A..Fur- 
gason and Henry Voight), iron, 
steel, nails and heavy hardware, 59 
S. Meridian 

HoUihan Thomas, lab. T. H. & I. freight 
depot, S. Tennessee 

HoUins D. stonemason, bds. 60 S. Dela- 
ware 

HoUochor E. lab. Union Depot, r. 260 S. 
Pennsylvariia 

HoUoway W. R. bds. 115 N. Hlinois 
HoUweg Louis, salesman, H. F. AVest & 

Co. bds. 58 S. Pennsylvania 
Holly Charles, lab. r. 130 E. McCarty 
Holly Henry, brewer, bds. Delaware, cor. 

McCarty 
Holly Herman, mason, bds. 329 E. New- 



York 
Dabbs, dealer in Frames, Albums, etc., 21 and 23 Circle Street. 



18 



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Indiana Music House, 
A. M. mmm & co., 

Bates House Corner. 

Holly John, firemau, bds. 316 W. Wash- 
ington 

Hollj' Theodore ( II0II3' & Schrader), r. 
130 W. New York 

Holly & Schrader (Theodore Holly and 
Frederick Schrader), boot and shoe- 
makers, 103 and 105 W. Washing- 
ton 

Holman G. G. produce dealer and com. 
mer. 6 Bates House blk. r. outside 
corporation 

Holman John A. r. ws. Western av. 

Holman Merritt S. salesman, C. E. Gei- 
sendorff & Co. bds. 70 Indiana av. 

Holmes Albert, bell boy. Bates House, 
bdp. same. 

Holmes Charles B. teller Citizens' Na- 
tional Bank, bds. 149 N. Pennsyl- 
vania 

Holmes Erastus, painter, r. 37 W Rose 

Holmes Henry A. plasterer, r. G4 S. Cali- 
fornia 

Holmes Jonathan, r. 526 N. Meridian 

Holmes W. C. r. 346 N. Meridian, cor. 
Walnut 

Holt William J. operator, W. U. Tele- 
graph Co. bds. nr. Union Depot 

Holtorf John C. money elk. Ameriean 
Express Co. bds. Pyle House 

Holzman David, elk. 189 E. Washington, 
bds. 189 E. Washington 

Holzman D. M. bds. Little's Hotel 

Holzman Morris (M. & P. Holiman), bds. 
189 E. Washington 

Holzman M. k P. (Morris and Philip 
Holzman), ready-made clothing, 189 
E. Washington 

Holzman Philip (M. & P. Holzman), bds. 
189 E. Washington 

Homan Jeremiah, cisternbuilder, r. 309 
E. New York 

Homburg Konradin, physician, 26 W. 
Washington, r. same 

Home Insurance Co. of Indianapolis, Ind. 
office 64 E. Washington, J. B. Fol- 
let, sec. 

Home Insurance Co. of New York, Mar- 
tindale & Grubbs, agts. Meridian, 
nw. cor. Washington 

HOME VISITOR, Bland & Myers, pub- 
lishers, T. A, Bland, editor, office 
33^ N. Illinois 

Homire Henry, lab. bds. John 

Homire Wm. lab. r. John 



Honlahan Michael, lab. Central R. R. 
shop, r. Meek, bet. Benton and Cady 

Hood John, carpenter, r. 130 S. East 

Hoofmier Minnie, servant, 92 N. Penn- 
sylvania 

Hook and Ladder Co. es. New Jersey, bet. 
Washington and Market 

Hooker E. M. B. reporter, r. 232 E.Wash- 
ington 

Hooley Theodore, shoemaker, r. 130 W. 
New York 

Hoover George, blacksmith, r. 303 Indi- 
ana av. 

HOOVER JERRY, Stars and Stripes 
Saloon, 251 Indiana av. bds. 257 In- 
diana av. 

Hoover William H. blacksmith, bds. 213 
E. Ohio 

Hope Christina Miss, r. 258 S. Missouri 

Hope 0. peddler, r. 67 Harrison 

Hopkins Henry C. (Martin & Hopkins), 
and (Gold & Hopkins), 302 N. Dela- 
ware 

Hopkins Henry H. printer, bds. Commer- 
cial Hotel 

Hopkins J. H, bookbinder, Wm. & J. 
Braden, r. ss. Indiana av. bet. Ver- 
mont and Michigan 

Hoppe George, prop'r Lafayette House, 
179 S. Meridian 

Hopper Lewis M. carpenter, r. 17 E. 
4 North 

Hopple John, tinsmith, Deloss, Root & Co. 
r. 81 S. Meridian 

Hord Oscar B. (Hendricks, Perkins & 
Hord), r. New York, nw. cor. Cali- 
fornia 

HORFGEN EMIL, Billiard Hall, cor. 
Meridian and Maryland, bds. 222 S. 
East 

Horn Henry J. with Horn & Anderson, 
r. 72 N. Mississippi 

Horn Mary A. Mrs. (Horn & Anderson), 
r. 72 N. Mississippi 

HORN & ANDERSON (Mrs. Mary A. 
Horn and Jerome S. Anderson), gro- 
cers, whol. and ret. 31 W. Washington 

Hornaday Isaiah (Todd & Hornaday), r. 
394 East, sw. cor. Saint Clair 

Hornaday Henderson F. student, bds. 394 
N. East 

Hornaday John E. carpenter, Brouse & 
Bros. r. 365 N. Alabama 

Hornaday J. F. grocery, dry goods and 
feed store, 211 Massachusetts av. r. 
same 

Hornaday Sanford W. studeal, bds. 394 
N. East 

Hornaday Thomas, carpenter, Brouse & 
Bros. bds. 365 N. Alabama 

Hornaday W. W. student, National Busi- 
ness College 

Hornberg Christian, carpenter, bds. 69 
W. Market 



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Home James, stonecutter, bds. W. Market 

Hornoth Fred, drayman, 3 Peru 

Horrigan Michael, bellboy, Bates House, 
bds. same 

Horseman Henry, lab. r. 186 Harrison 

Horsefelt Hugo, baker, r. 269 E. Wash- 
ington 

Horton Carrie Miss, teacher, Indianapo- 
lis Female Institute 

Horton James, elk. 329 Indiana av. bds. 
348 Indiana av. 

Hosbrook Bates, surveyor, bds. 29 Pratt 

Hoshour Kate Miss, music teacher, bds. 
172 N. East 

Hoshour Samuel K. prof, of languages, r. 
172 N. East 

Hoskins Robert, (Zimmerman & Co.), r. 
290 E. Ohio 

Hoss David, lab. r. 433 Virginia av. 

Hoss G. W. superintendent of public in- 
struction, office Vinton's blk. r. nr. 
University 

Hoss Nelson, patent right agt. r. 518 N. 
Delaware 

Hotmberg Gustave, harnessmaker, 225 E. 
Washington 

Hottink AVilliam, drayman, r. 230 Union 

Hotz George (Geo. Hotz & Co.), r. 124 S. 
Illinois 

Hotz Geo. & Co. (George Hotz and Wil- 
liam Pope), mer. tailors, 124 S. Illi- 
nois 

Houan Thomas, lab. 32 Helen 

HOUGH THOMAS, grocer, ret. 44 N. 
Pennsylvania, bds. 17^ Virginia av. 

Houghbaker John, lab. r. 325 E. Wash- 
ington, 2d floor 

Houpt Robert, 19 Chatham, r. same 

House Ben. D. oik. Draft Rendezvous, 70 
E. Market 

House Charles A. butcher, r. 103 S. New 
Jersey 

House James W. student, PURDY'S 
BUSINESS COLLEGE 

House Rolla (col'd), teamster, bds. 2d 
street W. of R. R. 

House Andrew, lab. r. 187 E. South 

Houser Martin, r. 35 S. Alabama 

Houser William, bricklayer, bds. 357 E. 
Market 

Houstin Joseph, brakeman, L. R. R. bds. 
400 N. Mississippi 

Houston James, carpenter, bds. 41 N. Ala- 
bama 

Houston J. M. (col'd), r. Elm, nr. corpor- 
ation line 

Housum C. A. wid. bds. 35 Virginia av. 

Hout John (Dietz & Hout), r. 255 E. 
Washington 

Hovey James R. (Hovey & Lincoln), bds. 
94 S. Illinois 

Hovey & Lincoln (James R. Hovey and 
Edwin B. Lincoln), fruits and con 
fectioneries, 94 S. Illinois 



Office 35 £. Market St. 



ACCUMULATED CAPITAL OVER 



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How Henry, elk. Wm. Love's lumber 
yard, r. 5 Dougherty 

Howard Ann, servant, 78 N, Pennsylva- 
nia 

Howard A. B. operator, Superintendent's 
office, C. & I. C. R. R. bds. 2 Indiana 
av. 

Howard A. C. canvasser, bds. Scott House 

Howard Edward (E. Howard & Son), r. 
326 N. niinois 

HOWARD E. & SON, (Edward Howard 
and Louis N. Howard), cancer doc- 
tors, 80 S. Illinois 

Howard Henry, carpenter, r. 432 E. St. 
Clair 

Howard H. ( Howard & Tilford), r. 312 
Indiana av. 

Howard Kate, (col'd), servant, 78 N. Illi- 
nois 

Howard Louis N. (E. Howard & Son) 

Howard Michael, lab. r. 22 Nelson's al. 

Howard M. Mrs. r. 77 S. East 

Howard William E. elk. A. M. Benham 
& Co. bds. 326 N. Illinois, bet. North 
and Michigan 

HOWARD & TILFORD (H. Howard and 
S. Tilford), grocers, 302 N. Illinois 

Howe Edward P., A. A. G. Indiana, office, 
State House, bds. Spencer House 

Howe Robert, r. 175 W. Ohio 

Howe S. T. student, National Business 
College, bds. 69 W. Market 

Howell Albert J. salesman, W. J. Holle- 
day & Co. bds. 14 S. Mississippi 

Howell David, carpenter, 492 N. Missis- 
sippi 

How«ll Frank Miss, r. 129 N. Liberty 

Howell Joseph (col'd), lab. bds. 171 Blake 

Howell Joseph C. sign and ornamental 
painter for the trade, 147 E. Wash- 
ington, r. S. Illinois, at city limits 

Howell Lou V. Miss, servant, Little's 
Hotel 

Howell Maggie Mrs. r. 297 S. East 

Howes Chas. A. butcher, 49 Virginia av. 
r. 103 S. New Jersey 

Howeth Chris, works 134 N. Meridian 

Rowland Charles A. (Tarlton & How- 
land), r. 420 N. Pennsylvania 

Howland Dennis, pump peddler, r. es. 
Jackson, N. of Cherry 

Howland Edward C. foreman, Hyde's 
Stable, bds. Little's Hotel 

Howland John B. elk. U. S. Court, r. 11 
P. 0. building 



Large ^tock and Low Prices, at Jones, Hess & Davis'. 



Sulgrove, Reynolds & Co., Wholesale and Retail dealers in Saddlery 


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A. M. BENHAM & CO. 

Are Sole Agents for 

ESTEY & CO.'S 

Celebrated Cottage Organs. 

Howland J. D. lawyer, r. 98 W. Vermont 

Howland Oscar, lab. Government Stables, 
bds. Dennis Howland's, Jackson 

Hoyle Clinton, carpenter, bds. 211 N. 
Missouri 

Hoyt D. machinist, Osgood, Smith & Co. 

Hoyt Harriet, r. 84 Massachusetts av. 

Hrooksmith H. blacksmith, r. 122 Huron 

Hubaker Fanny, wid. John, r. 325 E. 
Washington 

Hubbard Oscar, salesman, Dudley, New- 
comb & Co. bds. Mrs. Baird's 

Hubbard William, lab. r. 321 S. Pennsyl- 
vania 

Hubbard William S. brickmaker, r. N. 
Meridian, out side corportion 

Hubbert Philip, confectioner, 318 E. New 
York 

Hubbs Cnas. L. muster roll elk., H. Q. 70 
E. Market 

Huber Jacob, bartender, r. 192 N. Missis- 
sippi 

Huber Jacob, cutter, Jacob Becker & Co. 
r. 127 E. Washington 

Hudson A. J. railroader, r. 102 Meek 

Hudson George, barkeeper, Costerlin & 
Co. bds. 87 S. Illinois 

Hudson George, tailor, bds. Scott House 

Hudson Isaac, architect, Sentinel bldg. r. 
N. Illinois, nr. St. Clair 

Hudson William S. artist, bds. 26 S. Mis- 
sissippi 

Huey Emma, waiter, 74 N. Pennsylvania 

Huey M. S. (Huey & Mathews), r. 36^ E. 
Washington 

Huey & Mathews (M. S. Huey and Silas 
Mathews), photographic gallery, 35 
E. Washington 

Huff Andry, confectioner, r. 130 Massa- 
chusetts av. 

Huffer James M. saddler, r. 69 Fletcher's 
av. 

Hufman Casper, blacksmith, r. 534 N. 
Alabama 

Huffman Ellen, servant, r. 196 W. Ohio, 
on Canal 

Huffman H. tanner, r. 263 E. Washington 

Huffman Philip, soapmanufacturer, r.262 
N. Noble 

Huffman Valentine, lab. C. & I. C. r. 110 
S. Noble 

Hufford Mattie Miss, boarding house, r. 
37 S. Alabama 

Huffr Frederick, butcher, Atkinson & 
Borke, bds. 151 W. Washington 



Hug C. wid. Martin, r. 81 N. New Jer- 
sey 

Hug Sarah, wid. Joseph, r. 558 E. Wash- 
ington 

Hugele John (Louis Lang & Co.), r. East, 
cor. Washington 

Hughes Eliza Mrs. r. 309 S. Pennsylva- 
nia 

Hughes Eliza, wid. Nixon, r. 33 Ells- 
worth 

Hughes Isum, railroader, 309 S. Pennsyl- 
vania 

Hughes John, carpenter, bds. 272 W. Ma- 
ryland 

Hughes John, blacksmith, r. 426 Virgin- 
ia av. 

Hughes John A. traveling agt. Connely, 
Wiles & Co. bds. Sherman House 

Hughes M. wid. Alexander, r. 27 N. No- 
ble 

Hughes Samuel A. conductor, Tnd. Cen- 
tral R. R. bds. Bates House 

Hughes William, detective, bds. 33 Ells- 
worth 

Hughes William, machinist, bds. 336 E. 
New York 

Hughes William C. machinist, B. R. R. 
shop, bds. Liberty 

Hughey Wm. r. 310 E. Louisiana 

Hughs Ashum, engineer, I. & J. R. R. r. 
337 S. Delaware 

Hughs J. Mrs. r. 180 Virginia av. 

Hughs William, policeman, r. 309 S. 
Pennsylvania 

Hugo Charles, teamster, bds. 275 N. No- 
ble 

Hugo Henry A. plasterer, r. 359 S. East 

Hugu Charlotte, wid. r. 79 N. Noble 

Huit John, artist, A. A. Barnes, r. 52 
Bright 

Hukriede Ernst, lab. bds 419 Virginia 
av. 

Huleatte Hugh, elk. W. & H. Glenn, r. 
Tennessee, cor. Market 

Hillings John P. painter, r. 5 Madison 
av. 

Hull A. carpenter, Helwig, Roberts & Co. 
r. N. Tennessee, bet. 5th and 6th 

Hull p. A. student National Business Col- 
lege 

Hull Henry, with D. Munson, lightning 
rod mnfr. r, 2d, bet. Illinois and Me- 
ridian 

Hull M. R. photographer, Swain Broth- 
ers, bds. 70 Indiana av. 

Hull William, farmer, r. N. Tennessee, 
cor. 5th 

Huller Philip, works Central R. R. shop, 
r. 205 N. Noble 

Hulsker Benjamin, lab. r. Tennessee, ne. 
cor. Ray 

Hulsman & Sullivan, clothing store, 2d 
and 3d, on L. R. R. es. Camp Car- 
rington 



W. G. Dabbs sells the best Positive and Negative Collodion in the Market. 



Hardware, and Horse Collar Manfrs., 20 West Washington Street. 



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Hume, Adams & Co. (James M. Hume, 
William L. Adams, John E. Corwin 
and Edgar J. Foster), carpets, oil 
cloths and house furnishing goods, 
26 and 28 W. Washington 

Hume Ezra, student, bds. M. Hume's, N. 
Tennessee, cor. 4th 

Hume James M. (Hume, Adams & Co.), 
r. 129 N. Mississippi 

Hume Judson, bds. M. Hume's, N. Ten- 
•nessee, cor. 4th 

Hume .Madison, Baptist preacher, r. N. 
Tennessee, cor. 4lh 

Hume Newton (Hume & Billingsley), r. 
Tennessee, bet. 1st and 2d 

HUME & BILLINGSLEY (Newton Hume 
and i^enry M. Billingsley), grocers, 
Tennessee, cor. 1st 

Hummler M. B. confectioner, 33 N. Penn- 
sylvania, r. op. P. 0. 

Humphrey Charles, elk. Solomon Bros, 
bds. South, cor. Illinois 

Humphrey David, paver, bds. 74 N. 
Pennsylvania 

Humphrey Samuel, cooper, r. 256 Blake 

Hunsan Peter, shoemaker, bds. 259 S. 
Delaware 

Hunt Albert, lab. Case, Marsh & Wig- 
gins, r. 172 W. New York 

Hunt Albert, carpenter, r. 175 W. New 
York 

Hunt A. L. (A. L. Hunt & Co.), r. 294 N. 
Pennsylvania 

HUNT A. L. & CO. (A. L. Hunt and G. 
W. McCurdy), auctioneers and com. 
mers. 85 E. Washington, and 116 S. 
Illinois 

Hunt Berth, servant, 185 E. New York 

Hunt Charles, engineer. Case, iVJarsh & 
Wiggins, bds. 175 W. Monroe 

Hunt Charles C. cigars and tobacco, ret. 
61 E. Washington, r. 366 S. Ala- 
fa -mi a 

Hunt D. B. elk. mustering office, r. 50 W. 
New YorK 

Hunt James, lab. bds. Mrs. Choe's, bet. 
Davidson and Winston 

Hunt John. lab. McCord & Wheatley's, 
520 S. Illinois 

Hunt Julia, wid. David P. r. 80 W. Circle 

Hunt Mollie Miss, r. 30 W. Circle 

Hunt P. G. C. (Hunt & Heiskell), r. 172 
N. Delaware 

Hunt Sherman H. (Hunt & Dwight),bds. 
24 S. New Jersey 

Hunt & Dwight (S. H. Hunt and Charles 
R. Dwight), window springs and 
fastenings, 24 S. New Jersey 

Hunt & Heiskell (P. G. C. Hunt and W. 
L. Heiskell), dentists, 76 E. Market 

Hunt Mrs. student PURDY'S BUSINESS 
COLLEGE 

Hunter M. lastfinisher, Osgood, Smith & 
Co. 



THEJ^IJ^l^ISSIPPI 

PAID OVER 

$40,000 IN LOSSES 

During the year 1865. 



Hunter Ralph, machinist, Hill & Win- 
gate, r. 114 S. East 

Hunter Thomas (Thomas Hunter & Co.), 
r. 186 N. Tennessee 

HUNTER THOMAS & CO. (Thomas Hun- 
ter and Edward H. Mayo), boots and 
shoes, ret. 5 W. Washington 

Hunter William, painter, bds. Depot Ex- 
change 

Huntington iMarion (McKey & Hunting- 
ton), bds. Virginia av. bet. Pennsyl- 
vania and Delaware 

Huntsinger Eli (Backesto & Huutsinger), 
r. 32 N. Mississippi 

Hurd C. L. Mrs. boarding house, 144 N. 
Tennessee, r. same 

Hurd Eugene, bds. 144 N. Tennessee 

Hurd John T. lab. bds. 292 Winston 

Hurlbert Andrew J. painter. Central car 
shop, bds. 357 E. Market 

Hurley Annie, sei-vant, works 79 E. Ohio 

Hurley John, express driver, r. 22 Pitt 

Hurley Michael, drayman, r. 51 Ellen 

Hurley Michael, lab. bds. Depot Exchange 

Hurley Moses F. hackman, r. 132 Maple 

Hurley Patrick, hackdriver, r. 1 Pitt 

Hurrle Ignatz, mer. tailor, 168 E. Wash- 
ington, r. 63 N. Noble 

Husband Lindsey (col'd), whitewasher, r. 
on canal, nr. Indiana av. 

Huseton Octavia (col'd), washerwoman, 
r. 230 W. Vermont 

Husey John, passenger eng'r, B. R. R. Co. 

Huskinson Thomas, carpenter, r. 141 N. 
New Jersey 

Husman Henry, engineer, H. Kortepeter, 
r. Delaware, bet. South and Merrill 

Hussey Edmond, lab. r. 329 S. Pennsylva- 
nia 

Hust George C. (Prather & Hust), r. 554 
E. Washington 

Husted Hiram C. currier, r. 255 £. Mc- 
Carty 

Huston Cephas B. salesman, Deloss Root 
& Co. r. 115 E. Ohio 

Hussion John, lab. r. 63 S. Meridian 

Hutchins Henry H. book-keeper, J. K. 
Sharpe, r. E. Market, outside corpor- 
ation 

Hutchinson Charles P. (Hall & Hutchin- 
son), bds. 83 N. Pennsylvania 

Hutchinson Margaret Miss, straw sewer, 
bds. 44 S. Illinois 

Hutchinson , conductor, bds. Western 

House 



W. G. Dabbs, extensive dealer in all materials for Porcelain Pictures. 



Omar Newman Commission Merchant, wholesale dealer in Agricultural . 



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A. M. BENHAM & CO., 

Bates House Cornerj 

Warrant every Piano sold, 
FOTl FIVE YEAHS. 



Hutchison William, machinist, B. R. R. 
shop, r. 383 Massachusetts av. 

Hutt AViUiam, fireman B. R. R. bds. 248 
N. Noble 

Huttaway Henry, drayman, 224 N. Da- 
vidson 

Button Eliza Mrs. r. es. N. Tennessee, 
bet. 3d and 4th 

Hutton George, carpenter, r. 187 Dough- 
erty 

Hutton John, mailcarrier, bds. es. N. Ten- 
nessee, bet. 3d and 4th 

Hutton John S. lab. r. 576 E. St. Clair 

Hyde Abner R. livery stable prop'r, r. 70 
N. East 

Hyer Frank, switchman, Bellefontaine 
R. R. yard, r. 81 S. Liberty 

Hyland James, bricklayer, N. Illinois, 
nw. cor. 5th 

Hyland Michael, mason, es. Illinois, bet. 
4th and 5th 

TDLER CLINTON, foreman, T. H. & R. 

i R. R. shop, r. 165 AV. South 

Igoe Martin (Ryan, Igoe & Waters), bds. 
Bates House 

Igow John W. stock trader, r. 36 W. Ma- 
ryland 

Ilg George, Union boarding house and 
saloon, Illinois, sw. cor. South, r. 
same 

Iliff Charles E. salesman, H. Bamberger, 
r. 73 N. Alabama, bet. Market and 
Ohio 

IliflF Richard, r. 73 N. Alabama 

Illinois House, William Essman, prop. S. 
Illinois, ne. cor. South 

Imes Mary A. Mrs. r. 7th, cor. Lenox 

Imoly Max, painter, Frank Fertig, r. E. 
Washington, bet. Liberty and Noble 

Ince Joseph, shoemaker, r. 228 Massa- 
chusetts av. 

Indersoll Charles, turner, Sloan, Burk & 
Woollen, bds. Mrs. Conner's, on Vir- 
ginia av. 

Indiana Banking Co. (F. A. AV. Davis, 
AVillis S. AVebb, John L. Ketchum, 
William AV. AVoollen, Samuel C. 
Vance, John P. Banta and William 
Needham), AV. W. AVoolen, cash. cor. 
AVashington and Virginia av. 

Indiana Central Fire Insurance Co. La- 
fayette, Ind. branch at Indianapolis, 
Charles P. Laird, agt. 39 J W. AVash- 



Indiana Female College, Meridian, cor. 
New York 

Indiana Fire Insurance Co. W. T. Gibson, 
sec. 5 Odd Fellows' Hall 

Indiana Freedmans' Aid Commission, J. 
S. Willetts, general agent, 62 East 
Market 

Indiana Hospital for the Insane, West of 
city, on the National road, Andrew 
AVallace, Pres. 

Indiana Military Agency, ns. Market, 
bet. Tennessee and ftlississippi 

INDIANA NATIONAL BANK, George 
Tousey, pres. David E. Snyder, cash. 
19 N. Meridian 

INDIANA SCHOOL JOURNAL, George 
W. Hoss, ed. John J. Parsons, pub. 
13 W.Maryland 

Indiana State Asylum for the Blind, 
North, bet. Meridian and Pennsyl- 
vania 

Indiana State Museum, Madame Mary A. 
English, prop. E. AVashington, bet. 
Pennsylvania and Delaware 

Indiana State Sanitary Rooms, AV. Mar- 
ket, op. State House 

Indiana Volksblatt, Julius Boetticher, 
editor and publisher, 164 E. Wash- 
ington 

Indianapolis Agricultural Works, J. A. 
Grosvenor, pres. ws. Tennessee, bet. 
Louisiana and South 

Indianapolis Arsenal, Delaware, sw. cor. 
Maryland 

Indianapolis Bakery, Charles Duchene, 
prop. 114 S. Illinois, r. same 

Indianapolis Branch Banking Co. Calvin 
Fletcher, pres. Thomas H. Sharpe, 
cash. AVashington, sw. cor. Pennsyl- 
vania 

Indianapolis Chamber of Commerce, J. 
Barnard, sec. Vinton's block, op. P. 
OfBce 

INDIANAPOLIS CITY DIRECTORY, of- 
fice, 16J E. AVashington, Edwards, 
Greenough & DeVed, publishers 

INDIANAPOLIS DAILY GAZETTE, J. 
H. Jordan, editor and prop. 20 S. 
Meridian 

INDIANAPOLIS DAILY HERALD, Hall 
& Hutchinson, proprietors, I62 East 
Washington 

INDIANAPOLIS DAILi" JOURNAL, 
Douglass & Conner, propr's, office, 
Meridian, cor. Circle 

Indianapolis Female Bible Society, Mrs. 
Margaret Givan, pres. ofRce, 8 N. 
Pennsylvania 

Indianapolis Female Institute, Rev. C. W. 
Hewes, pres. Pennsylvania, corner 
Michigan 

Indianapolis File AVorks, Drotz & Stein- 
hauer, proprietors, 136 S. Pennsyl- 
vania 



ington 
Linens, a large stock, at Jones, Hess & Davis', 3 Odd Fellows' Hall. 



Implements, Sewing Machines, etc. See advertisement opp. title page. 



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Indianapolis Gas Company's Works, es. 
Pennsylvania, bet. Louisiana and 
South 

Indianapolis Gas Light and 'Joke Co., E. 
J. Peck, pres. L. Van Landingham, 
sec. aD'l S. A. Fletcher, jr. treasurer, 
oiSce, Kay's block 

Indianapolis High School, in First Ward 
school 1 uilding, New Jersey, sw. cor. 
Vermont, W. J. Squire, prin. 

Indianapolis Insuiance Co. William Hen- 
derson, pres. Alexander C.Jameson, 
sec. 9 N. Pennsylvania 

Indianapolis Mission Sunday School 
Chapel, ws. Madison av. bet. Merrill 
and McCarty 

Indianapolis National Bank, Theodore P. 
Haughey, pres. Ingram Fletcher, 
cash. Washington, ne. cob. Pennsyl- 
vania 

Indianapolis, Peru and Chicago Railway 
offices, AVashington, cor. Delaware 

INDIANAPOLIS ROLLING MILL, John 
M. Lord, pres. and supt. John Thom- 
as, manager, C. B. Parkman, sec'y, 
and Aquilla Jones, treas. bet. Tenn- 
essee, Mississippi, Merrill and Nor- 
wood 

Indianapolis Skating Park, L. W. Moses, 
prop. nr. Rolling Mill 

Indianapolis Terra Cotta Works, Joseph 
N. Glover, prop. Louisiana, ne. cor. 
Mississippi 

Indianapolis Tobacco Works, P. M. May 
& Co. prop's, 83 E. South 

Indianapolis and Louisville Petroleum 
Mining Co. Edwin A. Davis, sec. 3 
Talbott & New's block 

INDIANAPOLIS AND MADISON freight 
depot, bet. S. Pennsylvania and Del- 
aware 

Indicut John W. (col'd), whitewasher, r. 
182 Douglass 

IngersoU Frank, cabinet maker, r. 50 
Huron 

Ingess H. clothier, 115 E. Washington, r. 
270 S. Delaware 

Ingle Jacob, teamster, r. 121 Spring 

Inglehart Wm. lab. r. 315 E. Ohio 

Ingleker Fred, gardener, end Tennessee, 
north of Tinker 

Ingles Alexander, machinist, C. & I. C. 
R. R. shops, r. 65 Greer 

Inglis John, coppersmith, Central R. R. 
shops, bds. 60 S. Noble 

Ingraham Charles B. salesman, C. E. Gei- 
sendorff & Co. bds. 174 N. Tennes- 
see 

Ingraham E. T. wid. James, bds. 65 Cir- 
cle 

Ingraham James E. student, bds. 65 Cir- 
cle 

Ingraham J. P. T. Rev. rector of Christ 
Church, r. 65 Circle 



The Sififiissippi 



IS A GOOD 



HGIKE eSilPitilf. 



Inwall Benjamin, barkeeper, r. 195 West 
Maryland 

Iredell J. W. jr. (J. W. Iredell & Co.) bds. 
Bates House 

Iredell J. W. & Co. (J. W. Iredell, jr. W. 
L. Yelton and M. H. Whiting), im- 
porters boots and shoes, ladies, gents' 
and children's weak*, 54 N. Illinois, 
Miller's block 

Ireland W. H. stair builder, bds. 50 Ella- 
worth, cor. W. Vermont 

Irick Adam, lab. r. al. bet. East and Lib- 
erty, Washington and Market 

Irick Adam W. gas fitter, bds. alley, bet. 
East and Liberty, Washington and 
Market / 

Irick William, bds. al. bet. East and Lib- 
erty, and Washington and Market 

Irick William H. bricklayer, r. 326 N. 
New Jersey 

Irish Catholic School, Samuel McCrossan, 
teacher, es. Tennessee, bet. Maryland 
and Georgia 

Irish James M. saloon, 63 Indiana av. 
bds. Walker House 

Irons Catharine, wid. Stephen, r. 193 W. 
Maryland 

Irons Harry, bookbinder, William & J. 
Braden, r, 129 W. Maryland 

Irons Thomas, elk. W. U. telegraph office, 
r. 193 W. Maryland 

Irving A. Day, carpenter, bds. 249 N. 
Mississippi 

Irwin James, teamster, 54 Cherry 

Irwin J. D. coal dealer, r. 515 N. Penn- 
sylvania 

Irwin Joseph W. huckster, r. 58 Cherry 

Irwin Samuel N. elk. E. H. Mayo & Co. 
bds, Mrs. Reed's 

Irwin S. M. student. National Business 
College 

Isel John, lab. Sinker & Co. r. 155 High 

Isensee Albert, locksmith and bellhang- 
er, r. es. Illinois, bet. 2d and 3d 

Isgrig James A. (Isgrig & Brackin), r. 
cor. New Yoi-k and Blake 

Isgrig & Brackin (J. A. Isgrig and T. E. 
Brackin), lumber dealers, 180 W. 
Market 

ISKE AVILLIAM, groceries and provis- 
ions, ne. cor. Delaware and McCarty^ 
r. same 

Isle John, lab. Sinker & Co. r. 41 Hosbrook 

Ittenbach F. (Smith, Ittenbach & Co.), r. 
140 Madison av. 



House Furnishing Goods, at No. 3 Odd Fellows' Hall. 



Go to 20 West Washington St., to buy youp Saddle and Harness Makers' 



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4. M. BENHAM & CO., 



lealerSj 



Employ none but experienced workmen to 
Do tbeir Tunings and Repairing. 



Ittenbach G. (Smith, Ittenbach & Co.), r. 

140 Madison av. 
Ivory Peter, teamster, 107 Asli . 

JACK L. W. boarding house, 44 N. 
Pennsylvania 

Jack iM. W. jr. student, bds. 74 W. Penn- 
sylvania 

Jacl£ William H. student, National Busi- 
ness College 

Jaclis Isaac N. (Jacks & Bro.), bds. Lit- 
tle's Hotel 

Jacks William M. (Jacks & Bro.) r. Leb- 
anon 

Jacks & Bro. (Isaac N. and William M. 
Jacks), saloon and restaurant 141 
W. Washington 

Jackson Anna, wid. John, r. 302 W. 
Washingron 

Jackson Caroline (col'd), wid. Nelson, r. 
170 Douglass 

Jackson George (col'd), r. 177 Indiana av. 

Jackson John, elk. Vancamp, Jackson & 
Co. bds. Ohio, cor. New York 

Jackson John, railroader, r. 251 S. Ala- 
bama 

Jackson John T. (Barbour & Jackson), r. 
es. .Meridian, out side city limits 

Jackson Moses (col'd), lab. al. bet. Noble 
and Benton 

Jttckson Thomas C. (col'd), barber, W. 
-M. Porter, bds. Scott House 

Jackson T. B. (Vancamp, Jackson & Co ), 
r. .Mississippi, bet. Ohio and New 
York 

Jackson William, slateroofer, r. 74 N. 
Liberty 

Jack?oii William, (col'd), barber, bds. 
225 N. Tennessee 

Jackson William N. ticket agt. Union 
depot, bds. Dr. Newcomer's 

Jackson Willis (col'd), cook, Sherman 
House 

Jacobs Charles P. private sec. Gov. Mor- 
ton, bds. 36 W. Maryland 

Jacobs Eliza Mrs. r. 358 Winston 

Jacobs Franklin, stonemason, bds. 71 
Peru 

Jacobs James, lab. bds. 358 Winston 

Jacobs Richard, box maker, r. 175 Eddy 

Jacobs Susan, servant, 285 N. East 

Jacobs Val. trader, r. 145 S. New Jer- 
sey 

Jacobs William, carpenter, r. Illinois, bet. 
Ray and Wilkins 

W. G. Dabbs, 21 and 23 Circle 



James George W. driver, Isgrig & Brack- 
in, bds. 302 W. Maryland 

James John, messenger, Adj. Gen. bds. 
Davis 

James John, bds. 137 N. Delaware 

James 0. H. plasterer, r. es. N. Tennessee, 
bet. 3d and 4th 

James Seth, marblecutter, r. 127 Stevens 

James Seth C. marblecutter, James & 
Cook, r. 126 Stevens 

James Thomas A. (James & Cook), bds. 
S. Tennessee, bet. Louisiana and 
South 

James Anderson, refreshment stand, es. 
Camp Carrington, on L. R. R. 

James Wilson W. elk. Tindall & James, 
89 N. Delaware 

James Wilson W. sodawater mnfr. r. N. 
East, cor. Gregg 

James Wm. W. (Myers, James & Pea- 
body), r. 89 Delaware, bet. Market 
and Ohio 

James & Cook, (Thomas A. James and 
John V. Cook), marble works, 136 S. 
Meridian 

Jameson Alexander C. sec. Indianapolis 
• Ins. Co. r. 355 N. Pennsylvania 

Jameson L. H. minister, r. 139 W. South 

Jameson Patrick, physician, 19 S. Merid- 
ian, r. 105 Alabama, cor. Ohio 

Jaquess John, butcher, r. 7 Ellsworth 

Jaquith M. P. messenger, American Ex- 
press Co. bds. 162 N. Illinois 

Jarrell Frank Mrs. dressmaker, 34 N. 
Illinois, r. New York, cor. Illinois 

Jasper Aldridge (col'd), lab. 2d street W. 
of R. R. 

Jasper Frederick, grocer, 333 Virginia 
av. r. same 

Javerson Jane (col'd), cook, r. on L. R. 
R. es. Camp Carrington, bet. 2d and 
3d 

Jeffers Wm. nr. Camp Carrington, on 3d 
street W. of R. R. 

JefiFersonville and Indianapolis R. R. 
Freight Depot, South, bet. Pennsyl- 
vania and Delaware 

Jemison John, harnessmaker, 168 Vir- 
ginia av. r. 147 Union 

Jemmeson James, trader, r. 432 S. West 

Jenners George, marblecutter, Dame & 
Co. 

Jennings Patrick, teacher, r. 248 N. Da- 
vidson 

Jenison Alexander F. (Jenison, Nelson 
& C©.), bds. 19 W. Ohio 

Jenison George M. (Jenison, Nelson & 
Co.\ r. 19 W. Ohio 

JENISON, NELSON & CO. (George M. 
Jenison, Horatio L. Nelson and .Alex- 
ander F. Jenison), whol. and ret. 
watches, jewelry and silverware, 24 
E. Washington 

Jenkins A. T. painter, r. 227 W. Market 

St., bet. Market and Meridian. 



Trimmings, Horse Collars, and Carriage Trimmings. 



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Jenkins A. W. (A. VV. & J. Jenkins), r- 
N. Pennsylvania, cor. North 

Jenkins A. \V.& J. (A. W. & J. Jenkins), 
grocers, N. Pennsylvania, cor. North 

Jenkins C. W. student. National Business 
College, bds. 294 E. Market 

Jenkins E. painter, 75 Massachusetts av. 
r. 70 E. Ohio 

Jenkins Fanny (col'd), r. 89 N. West 

Jenkins George \V. foreman, R. J. More- 
head, r. 31 W. Market 

Jenkins John, carpenter, r, 270 E. Wash- 
ington 

Jenkins John M. watchman. Government 
Stables, r. 285 Massachusetts av. 

Jenkins J. (A. W. & J. Jenkins), r. N. 
Pennsylvania, cor. North 

Jenkins Julia, wid. James P. r. 270 E. 
Washington 

Jenkins Robert (col'd), barber, 78 S. 
West, r. 90 S. West 

Jenkins William, stock dealer, r. 612 N. 
Illinois 

Jenks George, machinist, r. 25 N. East 

Jenne Thomas S. harnessmaker, Sellers 
& Wood, bds. W. Maryland 

Jennings Frank B. salesman, H. F. Jen- 
nings, bds. 27 Pratt 

Jennings George, railroader, r. 144 E. 
McCarty 

Jennings Henry F. boots and shoes, 18 S. 
Illinois, r. 27 Pratt 

Jennings Royal, book-keeper, Frank 
Wright, r. 32 S. Meridian 

Jennings William T. tinsmith, Munson & 
Johnston, r. 277 W. Michigan 

Jensen Christopher, lab. Indianapolis 
Rolling Mill 

JERVIS JOHN W. saloon keeper, §96 E. 
Washington, r, same 

Jessup I. n. butcher, 427 N. Illinois, r. 
425 N. Illinois 

Jestison Andrew, lab. Indianapolis Roll- 
ing Mill 

Jewish Synagogue, 115 E. Washington, 
third floor 

Jihrling John P. tailor and repairer, 44 
Virginia av. r. s^ime 

Joachimi Julius, cigarmaker, r. 27 Bid- 
die 

Johancha Frank, lab. r. Lawrenceburgh 
rd. bet. East and Noble 

Johann John, shoemaker, L. Siersdorfer 
& Bro. V. lOG N. Spring 

Johannes William, photographer, E. & J. 
Bruening, bds. Mrs. Walk's 

Johannsen Claus, shoemaker, 106 Spring, 
r. same 

John Charles, market master, r. 273 N. 
Mississippi 

Johns Samuel E. bookbinder. Hall & 
Hutchinson, r. 155 N. New Jersey 

Johnson Aaron, grocer, ws. N.Mississip- 
pi, bet. 1st and 2d, r. same 



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Johnson Albert, carpenter, bds. 511 N. 
.Mississippi 

Johnson Alex. T. carpenter. Insane Asy- 
lum, r. 394 N. West 

Johnson Andrew, tinsmith, Deloss, Root 
& Co. r. 341 S. Meridian 

Johnson A. W. carpenter, r. 52 Fletcher 
av. 

Johnson Ben (col'd), porter, Little's Ho- 
tel 

Johnson B. F. captain, i|. 103 W. South 

Johnson Calvin R. printer. Journal of- 
, fice, bds. 32 N. Pennsylvania 

Johnson Casten, lab. Indianapolis Roll- 
ing iMill 

Johnson Christopher, lab. Indianapolis 
Rolling Mill 

Johnson Edward, lawyer, bds. Scott 
House 

Johnson E. C. r. 341 S. Meridian 

Johnson Frank, carpenter, r. 365 W. Ver- 
mont 

Johnson Frank, currier, D. Yandes, jr. 
bds. S. Delaware, next to Arsenal 

Johnson George, blacksmith, r. 210 E. 
Louisiana 

Johnson George H. r. es. Illinois, bet. 2d 
and 3d 

Johnson George H. salesman, Dorsey & 
Layman, r. 370 S. Alabama 

Johnson George W. (col'd), servant, 94 
N. Meridian, cor. Ohio 

Johnson Hadley, elk. bds. Scott House 

Johnson Isaac B. salesman, J. A. Com- 
ingore & Co. r. 246 E. Washington 

Johnson Isaac E. real estate dealer, office 
4 Blake's Row, r. 244 N. Mississippi 

Johnson James, oarpenter, r. 394 N. 
West 

Johnson James, carpenter, r. 158 Bluff 
rd. 

Johnson James, horse dealer, bds. 82 S. 
Illinois 

Johnson James A. carpenter, bds. 144 N. 
Tennessee 

Johnson James B. carpenter, r. 82 S. Illi- 
nois 

Johnson John, cabinetmaker, r. 223 W. 
South 

Johnson John, lab. Indianapolis Rolling 
Mill 

Johnson John, tailor, bds. Commercial 
Hotel 

Johnson John, tailor, bds. 74 N. Pennsyl- 
vania 

Johnson John A. 23 Arch 



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Johnston John F. dentist, office 17 W. 

Maryland, r. same 
Johnson John H. carpenter, r. 309 S. 

Meridian 
Johnson J. A. carpenter, r. 52 Fletcher 

av. 
Johnson J. B. wid. John B. r. 162 W. 

Maryland 
Johnson Marcus L. elk. Palmer House 
Johnson Mary F. Tvid. Thornton, r. 84 S. 

Illinois 
Johnson Melville, brickmason,bds. Sheri- 
dan House 
Johnson Milo, carpenter, r. Western av. 

N.of City 
Johnson M. L. policeman, r. ns. Illinois, 

bet. 1st and 2d 
Johnson M. S. 4th, W. of Railroad 
Johnson Peter, shoemaker, bds. Illinois, 

cor. South 
Johnson P. A. carpenter, C. Eden & Co. 

r. 367 N. East 
Johnson Robert J. elk. A. E. Vinton, bds. 

Massachusetts av. 
Johnson Sam. L. printer, Hall & Hutch- 
inson, bds. 172 N. New Jersey 
Johnson Samuel, stove dealer, r. 18G E. 

Vermont 
Johnson Sarah (col'd), wid. Abel, 320 S. 

West 
Johnson Sarah A. Miss, linen keeper, 

Bates House, r. same 
Johnson S. mechanic, Osgood, Smith & 

Co. 
Johnson S. C. tailor, H. W. White, bds. 

Mrs. Jack's, N. Pennsylvania 
Johnson Thomas, elk. bds. Scott House 
Johnson Thomas E. (Elliott & Johnson), 

bds. Scott House 
Johnson Thomas, atty. at law, r. 365 W. 

Vermont 
Johnson T. B. lab. P. M. May & Co. bds. 

341 S. Meridian 
Johnson Wesley, moulder, D. Root & Co. 

r. 22 Dougherty 
Johnson Willard, carpenter, bds. 511 N. 

Mississippi 
Johnson William, stove dealer, r. 18G E. 

Vermont 
Johnson William, farmer, N. Illinois, sw. 

cor. Tinker 
Johnson William (col'd), lab. es. N. Mis- 
sissippi, bet. 1st and 2d 
Johnson William, hack driver, r. 236 

Blake 

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Johnson William, teamster, r. 328 Blake 

Johnson William, policeman, r. 443 S. 
Illinois 

Johnson William, elk. Robertson & Close, 
bds. 74 North 

Johnson Wm. W. printer, Journal office, 
r. 236 Vermont, bet. New Jersey and 
East 

Johnson W. W. (Murphy, Kennedy & 
Co.), r. 439 N. Pennsylvania 

Johnston D. R. (Boyd, Ferree & John- 
ston), bds. 117 Massachusetts av. 

Johnston George, blacksmith, I. & C. 
shop, r. 290 E. Louisiana 

Johnston George W. elk. P. 0. r. N. Illi- 
nois 

Johnston 0. W. r. 222 E. South 

Johnston S. A. salesman, Munson & John- 
ston, r. 86 E. Vermont 

Johnston Thomas, r. 175 E. Louisiana 

Johnston T. D. elk. W. & H. Glenn, r. 27 
Massachusetts av. 

Johnston W.J. (Munson & Johnston), r. 
86 E. Vermont 

Johnston Wiley W. (Murphy, K.-nnedy 
& Co.), r. N. Pennsylvania, se. cor. 
Pratt 

Johnston William J. (Munson & John- 
ston), r. 86 E. Vermont 

Joice Edmond, lab. r. 829 S. Pennsylva- 
nia 

Jolley Joseph A. foreman, Idacksmith 
shop I. & C. R. R. v. Nobie, se. corner 
Huron 

Jolly John, r. 14 Lord 

Jolly Wm. lab. bds. 14 Bates 

Jones Aquilla (Jones, Vinne'Jc;e & Jones), 
treas. Indianapolis Rolling ISiillCo. 
r. 187 N. Pennsylvania 

Jones Aquilla jr. Jones & Vinnedge, 
bds. 79 N. Pennsylvania 

JONES BARTON D. real estate agent, 
37 E. Washington, r. 188 N. Dela- 
ware 

Jones B. F. student, National Business 
College 

Jones Charles (col'd), barber, 53 Indiana 
av. bds. North 

Jones (vharles, grocer, 350 North, r. 344 
W. North 

Jones (;iara Miss, r. 326 E. Vermont 

Jones Curtis, salesman, Tyler's Bee Hive, 
r. 130 E. St. Joseph 

Jones Edward, expressman, r. 75 West 
Georgia 

Jones Edward B. engineer, B. R. R. r. 
104 2d 

Jones Elisha (Jones, Vinnedge & Jones), 
r. 187 N. Pennsylvania 

Jones E. driver, Sponsler & McCreory 

Jones E. expressman, r. 247 S. Dela- 
ware 

Jones F.J. broom maker, shop and r. cor. 
Illinois and Tinker 

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Jones George, farmer, r. N. Illinois, bet. 

6th and Tinker 
Jones Geo. E. carpenter, Judson & Dodd, 

r. 216 E. Washington 
JONES. HESS & DAVIS, (W. W. Jones, 

J. W. Hess and W. M. Davis), whol. 

and ret. dry goods, 3 Odd Fellows'Hall 
Jones Horace G. bds. 78 W. Market 
Jones James, porter, H. F. West & Co. 
Jones Jesse (Eldridge, Jones & Co.), r. 

250 E. Vermont 
Jones John (cold), coachman, 92 Norlh 

Pennsylvania 
Jones John, bds. 187 N. Pennsylvania 
Jones John L. bds. 434 N. New Jersey 
Jones John P. trav. agent Journal, r. 78 

V/. Market 
Jones Jno. W. (Jones, Vinnedge & Jones), 

r. 187 N. Pennsylvania 
Jones Joseph H. barber, W. H. Franklin, 

bds. 224 Benton 
Jones Julius, carpenter, bds. 144 S. Ten- 
nessee 
Jones J. W. teamster, r. 412 S. West 
Jones J. W.yard master, T. H. & I. R. R. 

depot, r. Ill W. South 
Jones Mary, wid. Cadwallader, r. 268 W. 

Vermont 
Jones Mary (col'd), servant, 92 N. Penn- 
sylvania 
Jones Robert A. stair builder, shop East, 

bet. Michigan and Vermont, r. 299 

Winston 
Jones Samuel, elk. H. B. Finch, bds. 76 

S. IMeridian 
Jones Spicer, r. 350 Illinois 
Jones Stephen, lab. r. 396. S. Missouri 
Jones Sullivan (col'd), well digger, r. 157 

Indiana av. 
Jones T. B. elk. bds. 74 N. Pennsylvania 
JONES, VINNEDGE & JONES, (Aquilla 

Jones sr., John A. Vinnedge, Elisha 

and John W. Jones), grocers, whol. 

7 and 8 Bates House 
Jones Wm. driver, S. Behymer 
Jones William, lab. bds. 311 N. Alabama 
Jones William B. student. National Bus- 
iness College 
Jones William B. switchman, Union R. 

W. Co. r. 251 S. Alabama 
Jones William H. (Coburn & Jones), r. 

273 N. Illinois 
Jones William T. salesman, (]. E. Geisen- 

dorif & Co. r. 500 N. Mississippi 
Jones W. W. (Jones, Hess & Davis), r. 

413 N. New Jersey 
Jones & Webb, barbers, 53 Indiana av. 
Jordon Anna Miss, elk. Christian Record 

office, r. 78 W. North 
Jordon Gilmore, book-keeper, r. 186 N. 

Tennessee 
Jordan Henry C. law student and notary 

public, 24| Washington, r. 78 West 

North 



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Jordan John, grocer, 162 W. Washington, 
r. 172 N. Mississippi 

Jordan Joseph, teamster, r. 239 Bluff 
road 

JORDAN J. II. editor and proprietor 
DAILY EVENING GAZETTE, office, 
32 and 34 S. Meridian, bds. Pyle 
House 

Jordan Lewis, 1st National Bank of In- 
dianapolis, r. 23 Fort Wayne av. 

Jordan Phineas G. salesman, Rout & 
Bates, r. 78 W. North 

Jordan Samuel J. tailor, r. 243 S. Missis- 
sippi 

Jordan Thomas, flour, grain and produce, 
146 S. Pennsylvania, bds. Spencer 
House 

Jordon Thomas, bds. 195 S. Tennessee 

Jordon Thomas, mechanic, Goolman, Mor- 
ris &Co. 

Jose Albert, clerk, H. Lieber & Co. bds. 
Straub's 

Jose Nicholas, furniture dealer, 8 South 
Pennsylvania, r. Virginia av. beyond 
city limits 

Joseph George W. elk. Adj. Gen's office, 
bds. 29 (jalifornia 

Joseph Judah G. with A. Kahn, bds. Bates 
House 

Joseph R. C. r. 29 California 

Joslen Charles, bds. 388 E. Market 

Jourdan William (Young & Jourdan), r. 
ws. Michigan road, bet. North and 
Walnut 

Jourdan William, barber, under Tempe- 
rance Hall, r. 336 N. West 

Journal Building, Meridian, se. cor. Cir- 
cle 

Judd Chas. S. photographer, A. W. Mil- 
ler, bds. 16S E. Market 

Judd Frederick, carder, Merritt& Cough- 
len, r. Blake, bet. New York and 
Vermont 

Judge James, lab. r. 47 Wyoming 

Judge John, lab. r. 258 S. Missouri 

Judge Thomas, lab. Indianapolis Rolling 
Mill 

Juding Mathew (Juding & Kneiger) 

Juding & Kneiger (Mathew Juding and 
Jacob Kneiger), butchers, 69 N. No- 
ble 

Judson Charles E. book-keeper, Judson & 
Dodd, r. 125 N. Illinois 

Judson H. elk. Judson* & Dodd, r. 377 E. 
Georgia 



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Judson William ^Judson & Dodd), bds. 

New York, cor. Meridian 
JUDSON & DODD (William Judson and 

J. W. Dodd), coffee and spice mills, 

Washington, se. cor. East 
Juel ,Iames, lab. Indianapolis Rolling 

Mill 
Jughardt Charles, gunsmith, 166 E. 

Washington, r. 178 E. Washington 
Julien J. W. messenger, American Ex- 
press Co. r. 29 E. Ohio 
Julow If. hoot and shoe maker, 106 Bluff 

rJ. bet. McCarly and Ray, r. same 
Junkin Samuel W. book-keeper, Lukens 

& Crackebush, r. 146 Huron 
Jiipe Alexander (col'd), porter, Dorsey & 

Laj'nian, r. '224 N. Alabama 
Justice James fil. painter, I. & C. R. R. 

shops, r. 454 Virginia av. 
Justis Logan, carpenter, r. 224 Huron 

KAAZAU Hugh, plasterer, r. 14 
Dougherty 

Kafader Josepli, stonecutter, r. 461 S. Il- 
linois 

Kahle Mathcw S. elk. Stewart & Morgan, 
bds. at Wright's, Ohio 

KAHN ABRAHAM, clothing, 2 Palmer 
House, r. 226 E. New York 

Kahn Isaac, U. S. Bakery, shop 253 N. 
Illinois 

Kahn Jacob, clothing, 35 E. Washington, 
r. 16 S. Mississippi 

Kahn John, tailor, bds. 52 N. Noble 

Kahn Leon (S. Kahn & Bro.), r. 67 N. 
New Jersey 

Kahn Morris (Morris Kahn & Co.), bds. 
138 Virginia av. 

Kahn Morris & Co. (Morris and Solomon 
Kahn), clothing, hats, caps, etc. 48 
Washington, cor. Illinois 

Kahn Samuel (S. Kahn & Bro.), r. 223 E. 
Ohio 

Kahn Samuel, elk. Hays & Rosenthal, 
bds. 142 Virginia av. 

Kahn Samuel, clothing, r. 226 E. New 
York 

Kahn Solomon, student, PURDYS BUSI- 
NESS COLLEGE 

Kahn Solomon (Morris Kahn & Co.), bds. 
138 Virginia av. 

Kahn S. & Bro. (Samuel and Leon Kahn), 
dry goods, 45 and 47 E. Washing- 
ton 

Kaiser Adam, shoemaker, 127 St. Mary 

W. G. Dabbs, 21 and 23 Circle 



Kalb George (Casper Mans & Co.), r. 30 
3. Alabama 

Kalb Fred, grocer, 310 Winston, r. same 

Kalb Henry, street lamplighter, r. 164 
St. Joseph 

Kalb Philip, r. 127 St. Mary 

Kalb William, lab. Munson & Johnson, 
58 E. 1st 

Kaler Mag. .Miss, servant, Spencer House 

Kallarmaeur H. lab. r 249 S. Alabama 

Kallesh Martin, butcher, r. on Madison 
R. R. * 

Kalp David H. blacksmith, r. 115 Huron 

Kamm Gandlep, lab. Journal office, r. 505 
S. New Jersey 

Kane Elizabeth Mrs. r. S. West 

Kannalann George, lab. r. 18 Hosbrook 

Kantman C. J. salesman, Jones, Hess & 
Davis, bds. Union Hall 

Kappes J. Henry, (Seidensticker & 
Ksippes), r. 132 E. North 

Karer John, carpenter, r. 89 Elm 

Kares Joseph, carpenter, I. & C. R. R. 
shop, r. 113 Davidson 

Karitozer F. lab. McCord & Wheatley, r. 
467 S. East 

Karkhoff Charles, lab. Indianapolis Roll- 
ing Mill 

Karle Christian (C. Karle & Co.), r. 82 
S. Delaware 

Karle ('. & Co. (Christian Karle and 
Michael Mode), boots and shoes, ret. 
77 E. Washington 

Karle Joseph, shoemaker, r. 61 E. South 

Karncy John (Dunn & Karney), r. Dela- 
ware, bet. McCarty and Merrill 

Karnoty John W. shoemaker, J. A. Com- 
ingore & Co. r. 267 E. Washington 

Karnoty Julius, porter, W. R. Hogshire 
& (Jo. r, 267 E. Washington 

Katestiiie J. clothing. Bates House, r. 188 
W. Ohio 

Kattenbach Edward (E. & H. Katten- 
bach), r. 279 Massachusetts a v. 

Katteobach E. & H. grocers and feed 
dealers, 275 Massachusetts av. 

Kattenbach Henry C. (E. & H. Katten- 
bach), r. 279 -Massachusetts av. 

Kattenbach Henry, at E. & 11. Katten- 
bach, r. 279 Massachusetts av. 

Katteiihorn John, bds. 220 S. Noble 

Kattmeier William, fancy goods, bds. 
Bates House 

Katzcnstein Julius (Katzenstein & Wach- 
tel), r. Ohio, nr. Mississippi 

Katzenstein & Wachtel (Julius Katzen- 
stein, Moses Wachtel and William S. 
Tucker), clothing and mer. tailors, 
3 Bates House, W. Washington 

Kauffman Charles, salesman, Laudaner & 
Co. bds. Spencer House 

Kauffraann Ludwig, with P. Spitzfaden, 
bds. 252 S. Delaware 

Kauffman Wm. H. clerk. Palmer House 

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Kaufifman Moritz, butcher, Ohio, bet. 

Canal and West, r. East, bet. North 

and Michigan 
Kaufman A. agt. S. Kaufman, r. 389 N. 

Pennsylvania 
Kaufman S. liquors and bitters, 213 E. 

Washington, bds. Little's Hotel 
Kaufmanann G. A. coUarmaker, r. 70 S. 

Delaware 
Kaupke Frank H. salesman, H. W. Keehn 

& Co. bds. 1(34 W. Maryland 
Kavanaugh Edward, lab. Indianapolis 

Rolling Mill 
Kavanaugh Larry, helper, Indianapolis 

Roiling Mill 
Kavanaugh P;it. striker, B. R. R. 
Kay Joseph, wagonmaker, 281 W. Wash- 
ington, r. 208 W. Ohio 
Kay Mary, r. 208 W. Ohio 
Kaylor Frank, hackman, r. 136 N. Noble 
Kaylor John, grocer, se. cor. Noble and 

Michigan, r. 244 N. Noble 
Kealey Andrew, printer, Hall & Hutch- 
inson, bds. 24 Buchanan 
Kealey Patrick, lab. I. & C. R. R. r. 24 

Buchanan 
Keath James A. carpenter, W. L. Foster, 

r. Stringtown, nr. Boyd's grocery 
Keating Jefrey lab. Indianapolis Rolling 

Mill, r. 207 High 
Keating L. U. Miss, teiicher, St. Peter's 

School, Dougherty, nr. Virginia av. 
Keatinge Joseph J. book-keeper, T. C. 

Stiickland, r. New York, cor. East 
Keay Wm. stonemason, r. 385 N. East 
Keay Wm. F. elk. bds. 385 N. East. 
Keehn Albert S. printer, Daily Herald, 

b^ls, 130 N. Mississippi 
Keehn Hiram W. (H. W. Keehn & Co.), 

r. 130 N. Mississippi 
Keehn H. W. & Co. (Hiram W. Keehn 

and James W. Smither), grocers, 24 

S. Meridian 
Keeheler John, lab. B. R. R. 354 Winston 
Keeler William, -whitewasher, r. 134 

Spring 
Keeley Dan. bricklayer, r. 189 N. Noble 
Keely Alfred, bricklayer, r. 291 E. Ohio 
Keely Dan. jr. bricklayer, bds. 189 N. 

Noble 
Keely Henry, carpenter, bds. 162 E. 

Michigan 

bds. 189 N. No- 



Keely Isaac, bricklay 
ble 

Keely John, bricklayer, bds. 189 N. Noble 

Keely John S. mason, r. 124 N. East 

Keely Joseph, carpenter, r. 162 E. Mich- 
igan 

Keely Marion, bds. 162 E. Michigan 

Keely Oliver S. bricklayer, r. 301 E. 
Ohio, cor. Liberty 

Keely Sam. baker, Powell's bakery, bds. 
191 N. Noble 
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WITH THE SINNISSIPPI. 

Keely William, carpenter, r. 158 E. Mich- 
igan 

Keely W. H. brickmason. r. 309 E. Ohio 

Keen Earnst, tailor, 124 S. Illinois, r. 
123 Spring 

Keenan B. H. contractor, bds. 119 W. 
South 

Keenan M. Mrs. r. 105 S. Noble 

Keers James, packer, Capital Mills, bds. 
Mrs. Keers', rear Capital Mills, ou 
L. R. R. 

Keers William, packer, Capital Mills, r. 
rear Capital Mill, ou R. R, 

Keesee Rachael .Mrs. r. is. Gih, cor. Ten- 
nessee 

Keesee William, grocer, 300 Blake, r. 
same 

Keeth Jnmes, teamster, r. Ill Meek 

Kehling H. Mrs. r. 163 St. Joseph 

Kehrer Louisa Mrs. 156 St. Joseph 

Keifer Jacob, machinist, Sinker & Co. r. 
132 St. .Joseph 

Keifer Jacob E. money receiving elk. 
Adams Express Co. r. N. East, cor. 
Michigan 

Keker Sophia Mrs. r. 386 N. New Jer- 
sey 

Kelleher David, peddler, N. Mississippi, 
ne. cor. 7th 

Kelleher James, shoemakei', r. 38 Forest 
av. 

Kellenger John, carpenter, 326 E. Mar- 
ket, r. 328 E. Market 

Keller Daniel, r. 180 Vermont 

Keller Edwin, jeweler, W. H. Craft, bds. 
113 N. Illinois 

Keller Frederick, editor Indiana Free 
Press, r. N. East, bet. St. Clair and 
Craig 

Keller Henry I. barkeeper, Henry Burk, 
bds. 13 W. Washington 

Keller William, gunsmith, r. 123 W. Mar- 
ket 

Keller Zachariah, engineer, Bellefontaine 
R. R. r. 159 Meek 

Kelley A. S. student, National Business 
College 

Kelley Cornelius, lab. Ind. Rolling Mill 

Kelley James D. mechanic, r. 153 W. 
South 

Kelley John, lab. r. 430 S. Illinois 

Kelley John B.finisher, Ind. Rolling Mill, 
bds. 153 W. South 

Kelley James E. salesman, J. H. Bald- 
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Kelley Kate Miss, chambermaid, Sher- 
man House, bds. same 

Kelley Robert, mechanic, r. 153 W. South 

Kelley Walter, mechanic, bds. 153 W. 
South 

Kelley Walter, lab. r. 486 E. Georgia 

Kellish Martain, butcher, r. 338 Rail- 
road av. 

Kellogg Charles, bds. 153 N. Tennessee 

Kellojxg Newton, mnfr. edge tools, 411 
W. Washington, r. West, se. cor. 
Market 

Kelly Alex, carpenter, bds. 82 E. St. 
Clair 

Kelly Cornelius, carriage painter, 29 VV^. 
Pearl, bds. Ray House 

Kelly Daniel, works at arsenal, bds. 178 
N. Noble 

Kelly James, trader, r. 128 Bluff rd. 

Kelly John M. lab. Ind. Rolling Mill 

Kelly J. E. elk. Fancy Bazaar, r. 376 N. 
Pennsylvania 

Kelly Michael, lab. bds. 174 W. Michi- 
gan 

Kelly Pat. lab. 376 E. Market 

Kelly Patrick, tailor, H. W. White, r. E. 
Washington, cor. Alabama 

Kelly R. H. at Empire saloon, r. 23 E. 
North 

Kelly Thomas, at R. L. Walpole's, N. Me- 
ridian 

Kelly William, carpenter, bds. 82 E. St. 
Clair 

Kelly William, lab. Ind. Rolling MiU 

Kelso A. W. saloon keeper, r. 36 N. Dela- 
ware 

Kemble William H. barkeeper, John 
Bussey 

Kemker Charles, liquor dealer, whol. and 
ret. Bluff rd. nw. cor. McCarty, r. 24 
McCarty 

Kemp Christ, works at D. Root & Co.'s 
foundry, r. 256 Winston 

Kemp Harrison (col'd), lab. r. 2d, W. of 
R. R. on canal 

Kemper Henry, carpenter, bds. New Jer- 
sey, cor. South 

Kemper John M. carpenter, r. 192 S. New 
Jersey 

Kemper William, boottreemaker,Osgood, 
Smith & Co. 

Kemph Joseph, shoemaker, bds. rear 218 
R. Washington 

Kendall John A elk. Joseph Kohn, bds. 
69 W. Market 

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Kendrick Edmund, lab. Ind. Rolling Mill 
Kendrick Edward, miller, r. 32 Ann 
Kendrick H. L. carpenter, I. & C. R. R. 

shops, r. 58 Huron 
Kendrick Oscar, justice of peace, r. 245 

N. Davidson 
Kendrick Robert J. artist, bds. 73 N. 

East 
Kendrick W. H. physician, 73 N.East, r. 

same 
Kenna Mike, lab. r. 174 E. Washington 
Kennedy James, r. 179 E. South 
Kennedy John C. carpenter, r. 226 W, 

' New York 
Kennedy James, striker, B. R. R. 
Kennedy John M. r. 346 Indiana av. 
Kennedy Patrick, elk. Indiana Ordnance 

Oflice, r. 161 N. Spring 
Kennedy Patrick, lab. Ind. Rolling Mill, 

r. 179 E. South 
Kennedy R. Frank (Murphy, Kennedy 

& Co.), r. N. Meridian, se. cor. Mich- 
igan 
Kennedy Thomas, elk. Browning & Sloan, 

bds. 125 S. Tennessee 
Kennedy Thomas, r. 179 E. South 
Kenney Thomas, cutter, E. McMillan, r. 

52 S. West 
Kenney Thomas, stonecutter, bds. 215 N. 

Davidson 
Kennington John„(,lab. r. 476 Virginia 

av. 
Kennington M. K. blacksmith, J. M. So- 
ger 
Kenning'.on Robert, blacksmith, r. 327 

E. Georgia 
Kenny Con. switchman, L. & I. R. R. r. 

270 W. St. Clair 
Kentman Mathias, welldigger, r. 236 

Massachusetts av. 
Kenton Henry S. farmer, r. 263 N. Noble 
Kenton John, blacksmith, r. 60 Oak 
Kenty Jeremiah, hostler, Sullivan & 

Drew 
Kentzel .loseph S. printer. Gazette, 34 S. 

Meridian 
Kentzel William G. printer. Gazette, 34 

S. Meridian 
Kenyon Charles, carpenter, Mc(-ord & 

Wheatley, r. Ill Forest av. 
Kenyon John H. machinist, McCord & 

Wheatley, r. 318 Massachusetts av. 
Keppel Joshua, lab. r. 75 W. Louisiana 
Keppel Martin, elk. r. 225 S. Tennessee 
Kepple Henry, heater. Rolling Mill, r. 

241 S. Mississippi 
Kepple Jesse, beater, Indianapolis Roll- 
ing Mill 
Kerbey Henry, lab. T. H. shop, r. 162 Bu- 
chanan 
Kerby Martin, harness maker, Sulgrove, 

Reynolds & Co. r. S. Meridian, near 

Ray House 
Kerby, see also Kirby 
No. 3 Odd Fellows' Hall. 



sell's Reapers and Mowers, and Palmer's Horse Hay Forks, lock box 378. 



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Kerfeot Richard A. elk. Smith & Fosteri 
r. 76 New Jersey 

Kerkhof Fred. lab. r. 271 Union 

Kerkkoif Charles, lab. Rolling Mill, r. 25 
Coburn 

Kerlile John, soldier, r. 67 W. McCarty 

Kern Casper, cabinet maker, r. 392 East 
iVIichigan 

Kern Jake (L. & J. Kern) 

Kern Louis (L. & J. Kern) 

Kern L. & J. (Louis and Jake Kern), soda 
water manufrs, Michigan 

Kern Patrick, servant. Little's Hotel 

Kerner Chris*, tailor, r. 328 S. Delaware 

Kerner George B. barkeeper, Spencer 
House saloon, bds. California House 

Kerns Robert, teamster, bds. 232 E. Wash- 
ington 

Kerper Charles, boarding house, 2 Indi- 
ana av. cor. Ohio, r. same 

Kerper George, bds. 2 Indiana av. corner 
Ohio 

Kersey Oliver, carpenter, r. Union, bet. 
Wilkens and corporate limits 

Kesey N. T. carpenter, r. 175 Bluff road 

Kesler Henry, shoemaker, r. 123 W. Mar- 
ket 

Kesner Frederick, tanner, r. 348 S. Dela- 
ware 

Kessell Frederick, painter, r. 328 E. New 
York 

Kesseler Henry J. barkeeper, 14 \V. Lou- 
isiana, bds. Walk's House 

Kestner Henry, shoemaker, r. 87 West 
Michigan 

Ketcham John L. (Indiana Banking Co.) 
r. Merrill, bet. New Jersey and Ala- 
bama 

Ketcham John L. (Ketcham & Mitchell), 
r. 97 E. Merrill 

Ketcham & Mitchell (John L. Ketcham 
and James L. Mitchell), attorneys at 
law, 21 E. Washington 

Keton Mrs. r. 24 Elm 

Kettenhorn J. foreman, L. D. Goldsberry, 
r. es. N. Pennsylvania, bet. Market 
and Ohio 

Keuster E. C. pastor Fifth Presbyterian 
German Church 

Kevers John H. provisions and groceries, 
N. Mississippi, cor. 1st, r. same 

Kevill Robert L. tin worker, I. & C. R. R. 
shop, r. 204 Winston 

Keys Melford, printer. Journal, bds. 82 
W. Market 

Keys Wm. A. bds. 35 W. .Market 

Keyser Charles, saloon keeper, 202 East 
Washington, r. 15 East 

Keyser John, carpenter, r. 276 E. North 

Kiefer Augustus (Daily, Kiefer & Rush), 
r. 483 N. Illinois 

Kiefer Jacob, r. 483 N. Illinois 

Kieliver Otto, baker, bds. 269 E. Wash- 
ington 

Fine Silks, at No. 3 



THE SINNISSIPPI 



Confines its Business 



TO THE STATE OF INDIANA. 



Kierst August, harness maker, Sulgrove, 

Reynolds & Co. r. ws. Madison av. 

bet. McCarty and Merrill 
Kightley John W. (Kightley & Moore), r, 

176 N. East 
KIGHTLEY & MOORE, (Jno. W. Kightley 

and George F. Moore), whol. and ret. 

dealers in agricultural implements, 

75 W. Washington 
Killfeather Michael, bricklayer, r. 375 

W. Washington 
Killgoer John W. carpenter, r. 34 Wins- 
ton 
KILGORE JOHN, dentist, Miller's blk. 

52 N. Illinois, cor. Market, bds. Macy 

House 
Kimball Eben AV. att'y at law and not. 

pub. 46 E.Washington, r.384 N. Me- 
ridian 
Kimball Frank, dep. elk. Supreme Court 

Room, State House, bds. 19 Virginia 

av. 
Kimball G. H. lab. CottreU & Knight, r 

288 S. East 
Kimball Wm. barkeeper, John Bussey, 

bds. with same 
Kimble Thomas, elk. Hays & Rosenthal, 

bds. 33 W. Maryland 
Kimerer Frederick, boot and shoe maker, 

A. Knodle, bds. 32 E. Ohio 
Kimling Ann Miss, r. 70 E. Maryland 
Kincade Lyman, bds. 144 N. Tennessee 
Kindel Joseph, fireman, S. C. Frink & Co. 

r. 19 Madison av. 
Kinder Maria W. Mrs. r. 27 Louckerbee 
Kindler Charles, locksmith, 27 Kentucky 

av. r. 225 S. West 
King A. cabinet maker, Sloan, Burk & 

Woollen, bds. California House 
King Cornelius, lumber dealer, yard 416 

Massachusetts av. 
King C. F. carpenter, r. 123 E. McCarty 
King David, carpenter, al. bet. Tennes- 
see, Mississippi, Michigan and North 

r. 261 Mississippi, bet. Michigan and 

North 
King Edward, sec. B. R. R. r. E. National 

road 
King George, carpenter, r. 272 St. Clair 
King Jacob, founder and machinist, ss. 

Pearl, bet. Mississippi and Missouri, 

bds. ss. Market, bet. Missouri and 

West 
King James, shoemaker, Indiana av. cor. 

Mississippi, r. 231 N. Mississippi 
Odd Fellows' Hall. 



Saddlery Hardware, Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Horse Collars, etc., can 



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Bates House Corner, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

MUSICAL MERCHANDISE 

OF EVKKY DESCKIPTION. 

Kin> James M. elk. J. W. Blake, boards 

Virginia av. bet. Washington and 

Maryland 
King John, B. R. R. r. 358 Winston 
King John H. blacksmith, r. 51 Peru 
King Joseph M. salesman, Rice & Bam- 
berger, r. 114 W. Georgia 
King J. W. wool agent, C. JE. Geisendorff 

& Co. r. '28G N. Pennsylvania 
King Peter, moulder, D. Root & Co. r. 54 

Bicking 
King & Ireland, carpenters, alley bet. 

Tennessee and Mississippi, Michigan 

and North 
Kingan Thomas D. (Kingan & Co.), bds. 

Bites House 
Kingan & Co. (Samuel, Thomas D. and 

James Kingan), pork packers, West, 

bet. Maryland and Georgia 
Kingham Joseph, broom maker, r. 253 

Massachusetts av. 
Kingman Frank M. elk. Deloss Root & 

Co. r. 131 E. New York 
Kingman Nelson, book-keeper, D. Root & 

Co. r. 131 E.New York 
Kingsbury Francis U. chief clerk office 

Star Union Line, bds. 36 W. Mary- 
laud 
Kingsbury John E. clock repairer, r. 237 

Mas.sachusetts av. 
Kingsley A. S. farmer. Michigan road, 

near Mill 
Kinkead Wallace H. student, PURDY'S 

BUSINESS COLLEGE 
Kinnan A. J. lab. .McCord & Wheatley, r. 

104 Hoshrook 
Kinnan A. S. Rev. pastor Roberts' Chap- 
el, r. 67 N. Pennsylvania 
Kinney Jolui, telegraph repairer, W. U. 

Tel. Co. 
Kinney Thomas, lab. r. 270 Patterson 
Kinney Thomas, tailor, 58 S. Wesk, r. 

same 
Kinnington M. blacksmith, r. Ill Huron 
Kinnington Robert, (Simpson & Co.) r. 

Georgia, bet. Liberty and Noble 
Kinsley M. Mrs. grocery, Michigan road, 

cor. 7th 
Kipwood George, carpenter, C. Eden & 

Co. 
Kirby James F. plasterer, es. Illinois, bet. 

2d and 3d 
Kirby James H. plasterer, bds. James F. 

Kirby's, es. Illinois, bet. 2d and 3d 
Kirby, see also Kerby 
W. G. Dabbs, dealer in Position Cha 



Kirk Andrew J. hostler, Hugh Delzell & 
Co. 

Kirk D. A. turner, r. 131 Meek 

Kirk E. Mrs. milliner, 73 N. Pennsylva- 
nia, r. same 

Kirk E. A. wood turner, r. 131 .Meek 

Kirk John, baker, r. 3o4 Virginia av. 

Kirk Natiianiel, r. 73 N. Pennsylvania 

Kirkwood George, engineer, r. 165' 
Bates 

Kirkwood John, r. 176 E. South 

Kirkwood T. B. carpenter, bds. Walker 
House 

Kirlin James, dry goods, 39 N. Illinois, 
r. 1st, sw. cor. Illinois 

Kirsling William, upholsterer, Philip 
Dohn, bds. 242 S. Meridian 

Kiser Catherine Mrs. wid. r. 68 Massa- 
chusetts av. 

Kissel Fred, painter, 307 E. New York 

Kissel Fred, saloon, 18 N. Delaware, r. 
207 E. New York 

Kissell Jacob W. barkeeper, A. Shute, r. 
19 N. Illinois 

Kissling John, brewer, John Meikel, bds. 
215 AV. Maryland 

Kistner Adam, prop'r California House, 
136 S. Illinois, r. same 

K.istner John G. boots and shoes, 83 S. 
Illinois, r. same 

Kitchen John M. physician, office Vin- 
ton's blk. op. P. 0. r. New York, cor. 
Pennsylvania 

Kitendall W. A. engineer, r. 330 E. Loui- 
siana 

Kittner David (HerflF, Kittner & Co.), r. 
235 N. Hlinois 

Kittner Henry, salesman, 33 S. Illinois, 
bds. Spencer House 

Kitzmiller William, carpenter, r. 23 Bu- 
chanan 

Klauer Henry, marbleworker, r. 173 E. 
Washington 

Klear P. Mrs. r. 175 Union 

Klein Emil Dr. 185 E. Washington, r. 
same 

Kline George, engineer. City Bath House, 
bds. Scott House 

Kline George (Vondergotten & Kline), r. 
179 N. Liberty 

Kline Joseph, salesman, J. L. FAinkem, 
bds. Scott House 

KLINE NICHOLAS, shoemaker, 283 In- 
diana av. r. 361 Spring 

Kline William, butcher, at A. Gepper's, 
253 Indiana av. r. 10 Harrison 

Kling Jacob, carpenter, r. 200 Bates 

Klingensniith Israel (J. Klingensmith & 
Bro.), r. 478 N. Tennessee 

Klingensmith J. (J. Klingensmith & 
Bro.), r. 478 N, Tennessee 

Klingensmith J. & Bro. (Israel and Ja- 
cob Klingensmith), money brokers, 
6 Blake's Row 
irs, etc., for Photographic purposes. 



be bought of Sulgrove, Reynolds & Co., 20 West Washington Street. 



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Ivlingeiismith Reuben (Sheets & Kling- 
ensmilli), r. N. West, bet. SaiTit Clair 
!ind Pratt 

Klinsinck Henry, barkeeper, 117 S. Illi- 
nois, bds. same 

KliniTsmilh t'hrisl, street sprinkler, r. 
•284 K. Market 

Kloone Q. saloon, 4'.) S. West, r. same 

Klotz Emil, r. 110 W. Vermont 

Klusraan Louis, tailor, 123 Saint Mary 

Klutz John, carpenter, r. 413 S. Illinois 

Knaep Jolin. carpenter, v. 294 N. Liberty 

Knapp (;. L. lab. 233 E. Washington, r. 
cor. Alabama and Washington 

Knapton James, stonemason, r. 102 Meek 

Knaplon Thomas, stonecutter, r. 102 
Meek 

Knauf Aaron, baker, Camp Morton, r. 257 
Massachusetts av. 

Knnus Charles, barkeeper, Golden Gate, 
bds. Golden Gate House 

Knaus Louis, baker, r. 580 E. Washing- 
ton 

Kneffler Fred. elk. U. S. Court, r. 460 N. 
Pennsylvania 

Knefler Charles, elk. Spann & Smith 

Kneiger Jacob (Juding & Kneiger(, r. E. 
Washington 

Knichtakor Fied. wood sawyer. Saint 
Mary, cor. Delaware 

Kniffin Margaret (col'd), works 230 N. 
Teniifssee 

Knifing Nicholas, N. Illinois, bet. 4th and 
5th 

Knighon C. J. carpenter, r. 05 W, Mc- 
(^arty 

Knight Elijah, r. 107 Forest ax. 

Knight John (Cottrell & Knight), r. 304 
N. Delawaie 

Knight J. N. (Knight & Lloyd), r. Ten- 
nessee, sw. cor. 4th 

KNIGHT & LLOYD (J. N. Knight and 
Samuel Lloyd), house, sign and or- 
namental painters, 60 N Illinois, up 
Btaiis 

Knight Win. W. carpenter, r. 494 N. Mis- 
sissippi 

Knippeuberg Jacob, elk. bds. 166 E. 
;V!arket 

Knippenberger Jacob, elk, John Ryan & 
(..'o. bds Alabama, cor. Jlarket 

Knodle Aaam, boots and shoes, 32 E. 
Washington, r. 8 Indiana av. 

Knodle George, salesman, A. Knodle, r. 
80 W. Chio 

Knoderer Henry F. (H. F. Knoderer & 
Bro.), r. Columbus, Ohio 

Knoderer H. F. & Bro. (Henry F. Kno- 
derer and Levi F. Knoderer), photo- 
graphers, 9 Bates blk. W. Washing- 
ion 

Knoderer Levi F. (H. F. Knoderer & 
Bro.). bds. Illinois, bet. Michigan 



THESINMISSIPPI 



ISSTJES POLICIES FOR ANY TEEM 



Not Exceeding Seven Years. 



Knoop John C. student, PURDY'S BUSI- 
NESS COLLEGE 

Knoll Sam. lab. 92 N. Pennsylvania 

Knoll William N. elk. Muster Roll Head- 
quarters, 70 E. Market ^ 

Knopf Mike, boilermaker, C. R. R. shop, 
r. 222 Railroad 

Knotmeyer Chris, carpenter, r. 293 E. 
Ohio 

Knotter Frederick, lab. bds. 78 S. East 

Knotter John, lab. r. 78 S. East 

Knotts Nimrod K. sign and ornamental 
painter, 18 S. Meridian 

Knouse Gotleib, works at Arsenal, r. 340 
W. Railroad 

Knox John, elk. William Powell, r. 9 S. 
Mississippi 

Kobis L. elk. Western House, bds. same 

Koch David, lab. bds. 287 E. Market 

Koch George (Wm. Braden & Co.), r. 14$. 
Fort Wayne av. nr. New Jersey 

Koch H. H. grocer, 192 S. Noble, r. same 

Koch Thomas, lab. Helwig & Co. r. 39 
Meek 

Koehler Edward, barkeeper, E. Beck^ 
bds. with same 

Koehler John (Kcehler & Laaz), r. 25S 
N. Noble 

Kcehler & Laaz (John Koehler and Jacob- 
Laaz), grocers, 247 N. Noble 

Kcehne Charles (H. Lieber & Co.), r. 
Delaware, bet. Pratt and Saint Jo- 
seph 

Kohler Jacob, cutter, Q. H. Heitkam, bds. 
Union Hall 

Kobn Joseph, clothing, 80 W. Washing- 
ton, r. same 

KOLB LOUIS, plain and ornamental 
job turner, 23 E. South, bet. Meridiaik 
and Pennsylvania 

Kolb William, boarding house, 21, 23 and 
25 Kentucky av. r. same 

Koller Charles, elk. 206 E. Washington,, 
bds. nr. Deaf and Dumb Asylum, 
outside corporation 

Koller E. H. grocer, 206 E. AVashington, 
r. nr. Deaf and Dumb Asylum 

Kopenhafeir Jacob, blacksmith, I. & C- 
R. R. shops, r. E. Washington, E. of 
corporation 

Korris Joseph, carpenter, r. 113 N. Da- 
vidson 

Kortepeter Henry, lab. T. H. & I. R. R.. 
shop, r. 62 Buchanan 



and North 

W. G. Dabbs, Photographic Warehouse, 21 and 23 Circle St. 
19 



Omar Newman buys and sells Produce, etc., on commission. Agent for 



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STEINWAY & SONS 

Were awarled 

A FIRST PRIZE MEDAL 

At the Woi'ld's Fair in London. 18G2. 

Kortepeter Hermm, saw mill, Pennsyl- 
vania, bet. Louisiana and South, r. 
nr. Soiiiliport 
Kortepeter William, tailor, r. 430 South 

E^st 
Koser John, locksmith, bds. S. Pennsyl- 
vania, het.. South ami McCurdy 
Kothe William, grocer, 130 N. Davidson, 

r. s:ime 
Kottraeier William (L. Ludorff & Co.), 

bils. BMtes House 
Kottemin William, varnisher, Spiegel, 
Thorns & Co. r. 247 N. Liberty, se. 
cor. Michigan 
Rough Ann, servant, 7' W. Ohio 
Kowan Frank, bricklayer, bds. 76 Noble 
Kown Alex, woodsawyer, r. 300 Saint 

Clair 
Kown W. N. contractor, r. 76 N. Noble 
Kraas Fred, works at 415 N Meridian 
KRAAS WILLIAM, prop'r Depot Ex- 
change Boarding House, 134 S. Me- 
ridian 
Krana Wm. (Stahr & Kraas), r. 134 S. 

Meridian 
Kraig William A. salesman, Crossland, 

iAhvguire & Co. bds. E. Washington 
Kramer Andrew J shoemaker, bds. at 
Ktans', op Little House " 

Kramer Chris, tailor, bds. 393 E. Michi- 
gan' 
Kramer Henry, butcher, shop and r. 80 

Massachusetts av. 
Kramer William, cabinetmaker, Sloan, 

Burk & Woollen, r. 333 S "'East 
Kraus Mary C. Mrs. r. 66 St. Mary 
Krause Clirisiian, Union Cabinet Factory, 

r. 118 E. Piatt 
Krau.se C. Mrs. dressmaker, 227 E. Wash- 
ington 
Krause Heinhald, cutter, 173 E. Wash- 
ington, r. 218 E. Washington 
Krau.«s .Jiicob (Krauss & Gall), r. 140 N, 

East 
Krauss .Incoh (Uoversaw & Krauss), r. 

140 N. East 
KRAUSS & GALL (Jacob Krauss and 
Albert Gall), carpets, wall paper, 
etc. 101 E. Washington, op. Court 
House 
Kraut Joseph, Union Cabinet Factory 
Krauih Elmir, elk. W. L Haskit & Co. r. 

121 N. West 
Krauih Ern^-st W. elk. W. L Haskit & 
Co. r. 121 N. AVest 

Buy your Cloaks of 



Krauth Ernest W. (W. I. Haskit & Co.), 

r. 124 N. West 
Kreager Christ, carpenter, r. 343 E. Mc- 
Carty 

Kregelo Belle Miss, r. 228 N. West 

Kregelo Charles (Kregelo & Son), r. 228 
N. West 

Kregelo David (Kregelo & Son), r. 228 
^N. West 

KREGELO & SON (David and Charles 
Kregelo), groceries and feed store, 
Indiana av, nw. cor. New York 

Kreglo Jacob, carpenter, r. 82 E. St. 
Clair 

Kreider Reuben G. elk. E. Mayo & Co. r. 
128 Virginia av. 

Kreiss Joanna Miss, waiter, Spencer 
House 

Kreissnian E. bds. Little's Hotel 

Kremev < hristian, tailor, G. H. rieilkara, 
r. cs. N. Noble, bet. New York and 
Vermont 

Krenking William, saloon, r. 277 Massa- 
chusetts av. 

Kreisch Peter, cigar store, 143 S. Illi- 
nois, r. 325 S. Meridian 

Kiieger Henry, tailor, r. 223 N. Noble 

Krieger Henry, currier, Mooney & Co. r. 
331 E. Georgia 

Kring John, carpenter, r. 374 S. West 

Kring Philip, carpenter, r. 37t) S. VVest 

Krist August, brewer, Hariig & Bro. r. 
Miidison av. 

Krog Adam, eating house, 185 W. Wash- 
ington, r. same 

Krome Augustus, school teacher, r. 338 
E. Ohio 

Krome Christian, r. 338 E. Ohio 

Kronenberger George, tailor, r. 257 E. 
Washington 

Kroser Michael, lab Slo^m, Burk & Wool- 
len, r. Railioad a v. bet. Souih and 
Merrill 

Krotts William H. sale.sman, C. E. Goi- 
sendorff & Co. bds 69 N. Alabama 

Krug G. (Krug & Feiner), r. Noble, bet. 
Meek and Georgia 

Krug & Feiner (G. Krug and JuHus Fei- 
ner), grocers, Georgia, cor. Liberty 

Kruger Charles, salesin m, Heiusheimer ' 

& Block, r. 267 E. .Market, 

Kruger Joseph, cistern builder, 267 E. 
Market 

Kruger Joseph, jr. elk. bds. 267 E. Mar- 
ket 

Kruing John, shoemaker, L. Wachter, 
bds. Union House 

Krupp John, harnessmaker, Sulgrove, 
Reynolds & Co. r. 343 S. Pennsylva- 
nia 

Krupp Peter, harnessmaker, Sulgrove, 
Reynolds & Co. r. 343 S. Pewnsylva- 



Jones, Hess & Davis. 



Russell's Reapers and Mowers. See advertisement opposite title page. 



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Kruse Christian, carpenter, r. 15 E. Mc- 

Carty 
Kniss Charles, elk. Hays & Rosenthal, 

bils. 144 V^irginia av. 
Kryizer John, tailor, r. N. Tennessee, cor. 

4th 
Kuestpr Charles E. Rev. pastor Fifth 
Presbyterian (/hurch {German), r. 
31 S. New .Jersey 

Kuesler Fred. W. cigar dealer, bds. 31 S. 
New Jersey 

Kuester William, cigars and tobacco, ret. 
84 E. Washington, r. 31 S. New Jer- 
sey 

Kufuian Solomon, r. 355 N. Illinois 

Kugelman Henry, salesman, George F. 
iMeyer & (^o. bds. 10 Kentucky av. 

Kugelman William (G. F. iMeyer & Co.), 
r. "219 N. Mississippi 

Kugley Bridget Mrs. wid. Patrick, r. 52 
Eddy 

Knhlmau E. H. r. 22 S. West 

KuhliTi.in William, cigarraaker, G. F. 
Meyer, r. 219 N. Mississippi 

Kuhrns Benjamin F. teacher, PURDY'S 
BUSINESS COLLEGE 

Kuhn Charles, butcher, r. 207 W. Michi- 
gan 

Kuhn Philip, at Coburn & Jones, bds. P. 
Kuhn's, New Jersey, cor. Ft. Wayne 
av. 

Kuhn Philip, wagonmaker, New Jersey, 
cor. Ft Wayne av. 

Kuhn William, baker, r. N. York, cor. 
East 

Kuitser Frank, blacksmith, r. 163 Union 

Kulman C. Mrs. r. 105 Bluff rd. 

Kulsheimer George, porter, Pomeroy, Fry 
& Co. bds. nr. Rolling Mill 

Kunkel Charles, miller, Heckmann's 
Mill, r. 150 Union 

Kunkel Jacob, harnessmaker, Sulgrove, 
Reynolds & Co. r. ws. S. Illinois, nr. 
McCarty 

Kunkelman J. A. Rev. r. 400 N. Penn- 
sylvania 

Kunkle John, lab. r. es. Illinois, bet. Mc- 
Carty and Hay 

Kuntz Jacob, carpenter, r. 525 E. Market 

Kuuz N. 11. tinsmith, Deloss Root & Co. 
Washington, se. cor. Alabama 

Kurts H. P. blacksmith, Mississippi, cor. 
Indiana av. r. Indiana av. cor. Blake 

Kutemire Charles, carpenter, r. 817 E. 
Market 

Kuykeudall James W. confectioner, 80 
West, bds. 79 West 

Kyle Conrad (Hasket & Kyle), r. ns. 
Washington, bet East and Liberty 

Kyle Marcus, plasterer, bds. Depot Ex- 
change 



WITH THE 



AAZ Jacob, grocer. Noble, cor. Wash 
J ington, r. 215 N. Noble 

Buy your Silks of Jones, Hess & Davis. 



La,ttlz Henry, striker, B. R. R. 

Labarre Louis, moulder, D. Root & Co. f. 

311 S. Pennsylvania 
Lacey Hamilton, hostler. Wood & Fou- 

dray 
Lacey Lucy Mrs. (col'd), washerwoman, 

r. 154 Douglass 
Lach D. Mrs. r. 44 Dougherty 
Lack Rudolph, elk. Harrison's Bank, bds. 

252 N. iMeridian 
Lacy John, tailor, F. Goepper 1 Co. r. 286 

St. Clair 
Ladd Steph. wood train engineei", B. 

R. R. 
LaDow Daniel (LaDow & Winder), r. 

Dayton, Ohio 
LaDOW & WINDER (Daniel LaDow, 

Dayton, Ohio, and John H. Winder), 

marble works, 120 S. Illinois 
Lafayette Depot, North, cor. Mississippi 
Lafayette Freight Depot, on canal, cor. 

North 
Lafebie John, carpenter, bds. 35 Indiana 

av. 
Lafevre Samuel, city council, r. 145 W. 

South 
Lafluir Frederick, cooper, bds. Walker 

House 
Laford John, watchman, Union Depot, r. 

183 W. New York 
Lagaman Fred, gunsmith, bds. 79 N. No- 
ble 
Lagemnn John, State Armory 
Laha Timothy, lab. r. Georgia, E. of Cady 
Lahntan Frederick, shoemaker, r. 31 

Madison av. 
Laibe Arthur, cabinetmaker, r. 28 S. New 

Jersey 
Laing Samuel, tinner, 67 and 69 W. 

Washington, r. W. New York, bet. 

Illinois and Tennessee 
Lair Jacob, cooper, r. 186 N. Davidson 
Lair Phil, carpenter, r. 157 N. Davidson 
Laird Charles P. agt. Continental Ina. Go» 

N. Y. 39^ W. Washington, bds. Pal- 
mer House 
Laird John P. carpenter, r. 68 S. Noble 
Laird Robert, bds. W. H. Laird's, wa. N. 

Illinois, bet. 1st and 2d 
Laird Wm. H. book-keeper, Ilapelman & 

Vinton, r. lUinoi.s, half a square N. 
of corporation limits 
Laird William, sec. Eagle Machine 

Works, r. ws. Illinois, bet. 1st and 2d 
Lake Ellis R. r 265 Bluff rd. 



Wholesale and Retail Depot for Carriage and Harness Makers' Supplies, 



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FOK 

SHEET MUSIC, MUSIC BOOKS, 

And anj article in the Music Trade, 
GO TO 

A. M. BENHAM & CO., 

Bates House Corner. 



Lake Joseph (Lake & Fatout), bds. 520 
N. Mississippi 

Lake Mary, servant, 216 N. Delaware 

Lakin Edward, carpenter,431 E. St. Clair 

Lakins Joseph, painter, bds. 35 W. Mar- 
ket 

Laley Thomas, tailor, r. 225 W. South 

Lamb Charles, engineer, bds. 400 N. Mis- 
sissippi 

Lamb Peter, lab. 251 S. Tennessee 

Lamb Samuel, sheriff, Supreme Court, r. 
Pratt, ne. cor. Delaware 

Lamb Thomas J. teamster, r. 286 W. Mar- 
ket 

Lambert Joseph, gardener, C. Fletcher, jr. 
r. N. Pennsylvania, nr. 7th 

Lame John, asst. superintendent, Jeff. R. 
R. r. 231 Virginia av. 

Lame Lewis, fireman, JetF. R. R. bds. Ed- 
ward's House 

Lamoine Louis, painter, B. R. R. 

Lamotta Charles, tinner, bds. Massachu- 
setts av. cor. North 

Lamotte Joseph, tin and sheet iron work- 
er, Massachusetts av. cor. North, r. 
same 

Landauer Nathan J. (Landauer & Co.), 
r. N. Meridian, nr. city limits 

Landauer & Co. (Nathan J. Landauer 
and Solomon Bloom), clothing and 
gents furnishing goods, 48 W. Louis- 
iana 

Landers Franklin (Landers, Tarkinton & 
Pattison). r. N. Delaware, bet. Mar- 
ket and Ohio 

Landers James, engineer, B. R. R. bds. 
Little's Hotel 

Landers John, elk. American Express Co. 
Union depot, bds. op. 

Landers Milton (col'd), works, W. P. & 
E. P. Gallup, bds. N. Mississippi, 
bet. 1st and 2d 

Landers Thomas, lab. C. F. Schmidt, r. 
200 E. McCarty 

Landers, Tarkinton & Pattison (Frank- 
lin Landers, William C. Tarkinton 
and Coleman B. Pattison), dry goods, 
whol. 58 S. Meridian 

Landers William, blacksmith, bds. 320 E. 
Washington 

Landers William, lab. I. & C. R. R. shop, 
bds. 270 E. Washington 

Lnndgraf Jacob, cutter, Dessar & Bro. r. 
W8. Douglass, bet. North and Indiana 
av. 



Mrs. 



408 N. 



bet. 
Ma- 



Landingham Elizabeth 
New Jersey 

Landis Jacob, flour and feed, Pearl, 
Illinois and Meridian, r. 128 W, 
ryland 

Landis Milton M. flour and feed, 27 W. 
Pearl, and (Landis & MacArthnr), a*. 
E. Georgia, bet. Meridian and Penn- 
sylvania 

Landis M. M. general freight agt. T. H. 
& R. R. R. r. Illinois, bet. Michigan 
and North 

Landis & MacArthur (M. M. Landis and 
J. B. MacArthur), freight contract- 
ing agts. to all eastern cities, 101 E. 
Washington 

Landman Theodore, elk. Rice & Bamber- 
ger, bds. Union Hall 

Landormie D. Mrs. r. 434 E. North 

Landormie Ernest, fireman, I. & C. R. R. 
bds. 434 E. North 

Landormie Joseph, fireman, I. & C. R. R. 
bds. 434 E. North 

Landormie Polin, tailor, bds. 434 E. North 

Landram William (col'd), waiter. Palmer 
House, r. 233 S. Tennessee 

Lane E. (col'd), Mrs. wid. cor. East and 
St. Clair 

Lane Gerrard, lab. Frank Wright's brew- 
ery, r. 350 N. New Jersey 

Lane John, brickmason, 268 St. Clair 

Lane John, teamster, Chas. Glazier, bds. 
350 N. New Jersey 

Lane Pat. works, 258 N. Pennsylvania 

Lane P. S. bds. Little's Hotel 

Lang Daniel, carpenter, r. 421 E. Georgia 

Lang David, carpenter, Batchelor & 
Fearnly, r. 69 W. New York 

Lang Frederick, lab. 479 E. Georgia 

Lang Frederick, porter, State Oflices, bds. 
Maryland, cor. (California 

Lang John, shoemaker, cor. 6th and Ten- 
nessee 

Lang Louis, (Louis Lang & Co.), r. 145 
N. New Jersey 

Lang Louis & Co. (Louis Lang and John 
Hngette), dealers in wines and li- 
quors, 29 S. Meridian 

Lang Samuel, tinner, McOuatt & Foote, 
r. 69 W. New York 

Langbein Joseph, toys, notions and gro- 
ceries, 200 E. Washington, r. same 

Langdbn Caroline Mrs. r. 303 Indiana av. 

Langenberg H. H. (IL H. Langenberg & 
Co.), r. 339 S. Pennsylvania 

Langenberg H. H.& Co.(H. H. Langenberg 

& Vogt), grocers, flour and 

feed. Meridian, ne. cor. McCarty 

Langsdale G. J. (Langsdale & Bowser), 
r. Huron, bet. Noble and Pine 

Langsdale James K. bds. 325 E. Ohio 

Langsdale J. M. W. overseer of poor, r. 
225 E. Ohio 

Langsdale Robert, bds. 225 E. Ohio 



W. G. Dabbs, wholesale dealer In Photographic and Ambrotype Stock. 



Horse Collars, etc., at Sulgrove, Reynolds & Co., 20 W.Washington St, 



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Langsdale Robert, student, PURDY'S 
BUSINESS COLLEGE 

LANGSDALE & BOWSER (G. J. Langs- 
dale and S. C. Bowser), grocers, ret. 
273 Virginia av. 

Langsonkamp William, coppersmith, r. 
184 S. Delaware 

Lanhams Mayor, teamster, r. 76 Ash 

Lanihan John, lab. r. 374 S. Illinois 

Lanphere James E. (Lanphere & McPher- 
son), r. 416 S. Tennessee 

Lanphere & McPherson (James E. Lan- 
phere and McPherson), house 

and sign painters, 8 W. Washington, 
up stairs 

Lantry P. lab. r. W. of West, U squares 
S. of McCarty 

Lapp John D. student, National Business 
College 

Large Michael, lab. r. 832 Indiana av. 

Laimour Jacob, architect, Eden's carpen- 
ter shop, r. 6 E. New York 

Larned S. J. Miss, teacher, Indiana Insti- 
tute for the Blind 

Laioy W. F. machinist. Central R. R. 
shop, r. 176 Spring 

Larson John, lab. Ind. Rolling Mill 

Larson N. carpenter, bds. 60 S. Delaware 

Larson Nicholas, piano maker, Trseyser 
& Robinson, r. nr. German Church, 
S. East 

Larurei William (McFarland & Larurei), 
r. 2G4 E. Washing' on 

Lary Bridget, servant, Oriental House 

Lary Edward, lab. r. 42 Bicking 

Lasliorn Mrs. r. 219 E. Washington 

Latiiam Charles, cashier, American Ex- 
press Co. bds. W. H. Lathams, ns. E. 
Washington, 2d house out side cor- 
poration 

Latham Charles, elk. Fletcher's Bank, r. 
E. Washington, city limits 

Latham Charles, barkeeper, C. Mosher, r. 
24 N. Pennsylvania 

Latham George, shoemaker, bds. Scott 
House 

Latham George W. salesman, Horn & 
Anderson, 31 W. Washington 

Latham Henry, book keeper, Imlianapo- 
lis National Bank, r. ns. E. Washing- 
ton, nr. city limits 

Latham William H. teacher, Deaf and 
Dumb Asylum, r. ns. E. Washington, 
2d house out side corporation 

Lathrop H. S. upholsterer, N. S. Baker, 
r. es. Winston, bet. Vermont and 
Michigan 

Latta William R. (Latta & Maranda), r. 
113 S. Illinois 

Latta & Maranda (William R. Latta and 
John S. Maranda), confectionery and 
eating house, 113 S. Illinois 

Lauck Michael, iron fiiMsher, Traeyser & 
Robinson, r. 391 S. Delaware 

W. G. Dabbs, 2i and 23 Circle 



Office 35 EMarkei St. 



ACCUMULATED CAPITAL OVER 



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LAUER CHARLES, saloon, 202 E. 
Washington, r. 15 Bluff rd. 

Lauer Jacob H. orderly, Dist. H. Q. 70 E. 
Market 

Laughlin Dennis, lab. r. 40 Ellen 

Laughlin James, lab. McKernan, Pierce 
& Yandes, r. Mill 

Laughlin James, lab. bds. Joseph Laugh- 
lin's 

Laughlin John, lab. bds. Joseph Laugb- 
lin's 

Laughlin Joseph, brickmason, McKernan, 
"Pierce & Yandes, r. Mill 

Launder H. carpenter, bds. 96 S. East 

Laupheiraer August, saloon, 191 E. Wash- 
ington, r. 474 N. Alabama 

Laurie William, bakery, 264 E. Washing- 
ton, r. same 

Lavelle James, porter, Browning & Sloan, 
V. at store 

Laverty James, machinist, r. 98 Buchan- 
an 

Lavery John, finisher, C. E. Geisendorff 
& Co. r. 421 W. Washington 

Law Caroline Mrs. r. es. Camp Carring- 
ton, on L. R. R. bet. 4th and 6th 

Law John, machinist, B. R. R. shop, bds. 
336 E. New York 

Lawhead Thomas, elk. State ordnance 
office, bds. 26 S. Mississippi 

Lawler Ellen, nurse, Indiana Institute 
for Blind 

Lawler James, porter, Adams Express 
Co. r. Meek, cor. Cady 

Lawler Thomas, lab. r. S. West 

Lawler William, engineer, r. 288 S. East 

Lawler William, saloon, 90 E. South, r. 
same 

Lawless M. grocer, 138 S. Noble, r. same 

Lawman M. J. elk. Great Western Dis- 
patch, bds. Market, bet. Illinois and 
Tennessee 

Lawrence Arthur V. groceries and pro- 
visions, 173 W. Washington, r. 279 
W. Vermont 

Lawrence David F. teacher, PURDY'S 
BUSINESS COLLEGE, ^tna bldg. 
bds. Reght's 

Lawrence E. Mrs. (col'd), washerwoman, 
r. 2d, W. of Railroad 

Lawrence Gustave, actor, German Thea- 
ter, r. 32 Kentucky av. 

Laws George, lab. bds. 305 Indiana av. 

Laws Nancy Mrs. r. 305 Indiana av. 

St., bet. Market and Meridian. 



Omar Newman, Manufacturers' Agent for Russell's Reaper and Mower, Pal- 



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Music Publishers and Dealers in 

MUSICAL MERCHANDISE, 

Of every description. 

All the Street Railroad Lines pass 
our Store. 



Lawsoa Albert H. bnggage man, Union 
Depot, r. 221 S. Abibama 

Lawson Christian, lab. bds. Depot Ex- 
change 

Lawson E. J. Mrs. r. Vance's blk. 

Lawson Hans, lab. bds. Depot Exchange 

Lawson Sarah Mrs. r. 105 W. Michigan 

Lawton Charles A. genl. agt. Indianapo- 
lis Ins. Co. bds. Maryland, ne. cor. 
Mississippi 

Lawton Orin, brickmoulder, r. 400 Vir- 
ginia av. 

Lawyer John A. miller, bds. Little's 
Hotel 

Lawyer P. C. (Lawyer & Hall), bds. Lit- 
tle's Hotel 

Lawyer & Hall (P. C. Lawyer and E. K. 
Hall), com. mers. S. New Jersey, cor. 
Peru 

Lax Elizabeth, wid. Andy, r. 200 E. 
Washington 

Layman Charles, baker, r. 37G Virginia 
av. 

Layman James, hardware mer. Dorsey & 
Layman, 64 E. WashiBgton, bds.224 
N. Alabama 

Laypian James T. (Dorsey & Layman), 
r. at store 

Laycoch C. F. carpenter, bds. Sheridan 
House 

Laztchal Peter, lab. r. Vance's blk. 

Leach James, lab. Cottrell & Knight 

Leach John, carpenter, r. 151 Bluff rd. 

Learned Charles C. student, Gregory & 
Mumford's Commercial College, bds. 
Illinois, cor. 3d 

Leary P. C. harnessraaker, Reyer & 
Thorns, bds. E. Washington, bet. East 
and Liberty 
Leathers G. C. elk. American and U. S. 

Express Co. r. 134 S. East 
Leathers W. W. (Leathers & Carter), r. 
Massachusetts av. ne. cor. New Jer- 
sey 
Leathers & Carter (W. W. Leathers and 
George Carter), attys. at law, 3 Odd 
Fellows' Hall 
Leavitt William, carpenter, r. 121 Ver- 
mont 
Lebrich Louis, elk. r. 330 W. North 
Lechene Charle-, boot and shoemaker, A. 

Knodle, r. 116 Madison 
Lechene Eugenia, milliner, r. 116 Madi- 
son av. I 
j 

Childrens' Furs, at No, 



Leek Robert M. salesman, C. Wittenberg, 
r. 480 N. Mississippi 

Leclaire Henry, freight fireman, B. R. R. 

Leddy John, lab. r. 51 Wyoming 

Leddy Thonns, boilermaker. Sinker & 
Co. r. 153 Huron 

Lederer John, brewer, Caspar Maus & 
Co. bds. with same 

Ledlie John, bartender, Globe Saloon' r. 
67 N. Davidson 

Lee Archy, carpenter, B. R. R. shop, bds. 
265 N. Davidson 

Lee Benjamin J. salesman, Tyler's Bee 
Hive, r. 20 2d 

Lee E. S. physician, 15 Indiana av. r. 
same 

Lee Henry H. drugs, medicines, teas, 
■wines and liquors, 18 and 20 N. II- 
nois, r. 189 N. Illinois 

Lee John W. elk. John Ryan & Co. bd?. 
Scott House 

Lee Michael, plasterer, r 319 E. Merrill 

Lee M. G. asst. editor, Daily Evening 
Gazette, office 32 and 84 S. Meridian, 
r. 155 N. Illinois 

Lee William, tinsmith, Jacob Voegtle 

Lee W. E. saloonkeeper, r. 173 S. Ten- 
nessee 

Leehy Patrick, lab. r. 2 Ann 

Leeson Henry C. book-keeper, r. 127 S. 
Tennessee 

Leetsch John, patternmaker, Rusch- 
haupt, Zschech & Berg, r. 151 Bluff 
rd. 

Leffler Charles, elk. S. Kahn & Bro. bds. 
Union Hall 

Lefler William, carbuilder, L & C. R. R. 
shops, bds. 61 S. Noble 

Lehy Michael, shoemaker, Thomas Dun- 
can, r. E. Georgia, nr. City Limits 

Lehman Jenny Mrs. dressmaker, 72 E. 
Ohio, r. same 

Lehman John, porter, W. P. Bingham & 
Co. r. California, nr. New York 

Lebr F. A. (A. G. Wallace & Co.), r. 230 
N. East' 

Lebr F. H. real estate agt. 96 E. Wash- 
ington, r. 230 N. East 

Lehrritier Conrad, saloonkeeper, r. 79 N. 
New Jersey 

Lehrritter George J. saloon, 143 E.Wash- 
ington, r. same 

Lehrritter John A. D. salesman, Charles 
Mayer, r. 81 N. New Jersey 

Leiber Peter, brewer, r. 246 S. Pennsyl- 
vania 

Leible George (Schmack & Leible), r. 176 
N. Winston 

Leibrich Louis, porter. Browning & Sloan, 
r. 330 W. North 

Leigh John, butcher, r. Bluff rd. 

Leighton Timothy M. sleeping car, St. 
Louis, r. 133 W. N. York 

Leirety John, elk. r. 81 N. New Jersey 
3 Odd Fellows' Hall. 



mer's Horse Hay Forks, GrOver & Baker Sewing Machines, 60 E. Market. 



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Lelay Oliver, tinsmith, D. Root & Co. 
bds. Hponsel's, S. Delaware 

Lemiiig Anna Mrs. boarding house, 328 
W. \\:!shington 

Lemon AUert, elk. General Pitcher, Pro- 
vost i\;:irsh:ill, bds. 409 N. East 

Lemon Edvin (Gates & Lemon), r. 244 
E. Maikel 

Lemon James W. (G. W. Sanks & Co.), r. 
67 N. Alabama 

Lemon P. 11. notary public, r. 409 N. 
East 

Lemon William, bricklayer, r. 158 Win- 
ston 

Lemon Willis, painter, bds. 67 N. Ala- 
bama 

Lendormy Paulon, silversmith, George 
Feller, r. E North, last house near 
Railroad 

Lennard Michael, lab. r. 67 E. South 

Lennert John P. elk. P. A. Fahnestock, 
bds. 38 S. Illinois 

Lenox Edward, mer. tailor, 35 S. Illinois, 

Lent William D. (Forester & Lent), r. 381 

N. Illinois 
Lentz William, porter, H. F. West & Co. 

r. 474 E. Washington 
Leonard A. Mrs. r. Huron, cor. Cedar 
Leonard John A. hackdriver, r. Michi- 
gan, cor. Minerva 
Leonard Morris, lab. r. Meridian, bet. 

Merrill and McCarty 
Leonard Nicholas, stonecutter, bds. op. 

Spencer House 
Leonard Wyllus, carpenter, r. Michigan, 

cor. Minerva 
LEONIDAS JOSEPH, professor of as- 
trology, 232 N. Illinois, r. same 
Leopard E. P. hreman C. K. R. bds. 320 

E. Washington 
Leopold Herman, elk. B. & L. Gitsky, 

bds. 87 S. Illinois 
Leppert Nicholas, blacksmith, I. & C. R. 

R. shop, r. 23 Lord 
Lepinsky Morris (Lepinsky & Goldstein), 

bds. 185 W. Maryland 
Lepinsky & Goldstein (Morris Lepinsky 

and Samuel Goldstein), clothing, ret. 

31 S. Illinois 
Leromine Louis, painter, B. R. R. shop, 

r. 274 N. Noble 
Lerne James, painter, boards Depot Ex- 

ehange 
Leroy W. F. machinist, C. R. R. shop, r. 

176 Spring 
Lese Henry, bds. 26 Cherry 
Leser John, tailor, F. Goepper & Co. r. 

St. Clair, bet. East and Chatham 
Lesh Aaron B. (Lesh, Tousey & Co.), r. 

94 N. California, bet. Vermont and 

Michigan 
Lesh Louis (Lesh, Tousey & Co.), r.94 N. 

California 



PAID OVEFi 

$40,000 IN LOSSES 

During the year 1865. 



LESH, TOUSEY & CO. (Lewis Lesh, Aa- 
ron B. Lesh and Wood Tousey), gro- 
cers and commission merchants, 65 
S. Meridian 

Leslie Joseph, eating house, 143 W.Wash- 
ington, r. same 

Leson Henry C. r. 227 S. Tennessee 

Le.-sman August, lab. r. 413 Viiginiaav. 

Lester Benjamin, cigar manuf. bds. Ed- 
wards House 

Lester Richard G. painter, r. 18 Douglass 

Letrop C. B. painter, works Peru shop, r. 
226 Winston 

Leugering Bemhard, baker, A. Balls, bds. 
180 S. Illinois 

Leutry Theodore, lithographic printer^ 
Wm. Braden & Co. bds. 23 Kentucky 
av. 

Lever Daniel, student. National Business 
College 

Levien Raphael, clerk, Heinsheimer & 
Block, r. 28 S. Mississippi 

Levien S. salesman, Fox & Myer, r. 28 S. 
Mississippi 

Levy H (A. Garrett & Co.), bds. 267 E. 
Washington 

Levy Morris, agent, Benjamin Simon, 11 
W. Washington, r. 118 W. Maryland 

Levy Mrs, wid. r. 140 W. Vermont 

Lewellyn Frances, wid. r. 426 E. Saint 
Clair 

Lewis Albert T. lab. r. N. Mississippi, 
ws. bet. 3d and 4 th 

Lewis Archie M. carpenter, r. Michigan 
road 

Lewis Caroline (col'd), servant, r. 74 In- 
diana av. 

Lewis Harris, hackman, r. 212 E. Wash- 
ington 

Lewis Hiram L. teamster, r. 407 S. East 

Lewis Sarah (col'd), servant, r. 121 West 
New York 

LEWIS THOMAS A. Great Western Dis- 
patch, 82 Virginia av. boards Bates 
House 

Lewis William, clerk, bds. 433 E. Ver- 
mont 

Lewis W. H. H. real estate and employ- 
ment agent, 94 E. Washington, r. 103 
Meek 

Lewis W. W. gen. agent Am. Horse Ina. 
Co. 13 Vinton's block 

Lewitt Wm. clerk, Carlos Dickson, r. 84 
W. Washington 



Fine Dress Goods, at No. 3 Odd Fellows' Hal!. 



Sulgrove, Reynolds & Co., dealers in Saddlery Hardware and 



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BKNHAM & GO,, 
Bates House Corner, 

Are sole Agents in Indiana for 

Knabe & Co'.s, Steinway & Sons, 

And. other 

FIRST CLASS PIANOS. 



Lieber Herman (H. Lieber & Co.), r. 404 
Delaware 

LIEBER H. & CO. (Herman Lieber and 
Charles Koehne), picture frames, 
mouldings, looking glasses and art- 
ists materials, 21 N. Pennsylvania 

Lieber Peter (Gagg & Co.), r. 246 South 
Pennsylvania 

Lieping Frederick, varnisher, Spiegel, 
Thorns & Co. r. 40 Elm 

Lier Henry, carpenter, bds. 347 E. New 
York 

Lietz Theobald, artist, A. A.Barnes, r. 60 
Arch 

Liglitford J. G. machinist, Sinker & Co. 
r. 127 Duncan 

Likert George, railroader, r. 395 S. Dela- 
ware 

Lilley J. 0. D. agent Car Spring Co. r. 
Tennessee, cor. 2d 

Lilly James W. r. 73 W. Maryland 

Limberg Henry, lab. D. Root & Co. r.230 
S. New Jersey 

Limley , lab. r. 80 Massachusetts 

av. 

Linas Daniel (Farmer & Linas), bds. Illi- 
nois House, South 

Linch J. R. clerk, Long & Cochran, bds. 
67 Indiana av. 

Linchberg Henry, grocer, r. 339 S. Penn- 
sylvania 

Linck Julius C. (J. C. Linck & Co.), r. 
Kentucky av. sw. cor. Tennessee 

LINCK J. C. & CO. (Julius C. Linck and 
Christian Stawitz), proprs Capitol 
Ganien, Kentucky av. sw. cor. Ten- 
nessee 

Lincoln Charles, salesman, Moses Myer, 
bds. Washington House 

Lincoln Edwin B. (Hovey & Lincoln), 
bds. 94 S. Illinois 

Lindemann Edward, editor Daily German 
Telegraph, r. \V. Washington, bet. Il- 
linois and Meridian 

Lindeman Frank, clerk, W. Schoppen- 
horst, bds. with same 

Lindeman William, moulder, D. Root & 
Co. 

LINDENBOWER WIDLIAM H. real est. 
agent and notary public, 8 Temper- 
ance Hall, r. 300 N. Mississippi 

LINDER JOHN L. grocer, 393 S. East, r. 
same 

Lindley Calvin, r. 74 E, Pratt 



Lindley H. J. book-keeper, McKernan & 
Pierce, r. 66 W. New York 

Lindley Hiram (Stanton & Lindley), r. 
New Jersey, nw. cor. St. Clair 

Lindley Lemuel, B. R. R. r. 219 N. Da- 
vidson 

Lindley McKenzie, machinist, D. Root & 
Co. bds. Wm. BramwelTs 

Lindsey Benjamin, carriage painter at 
Drew's, bds. 488 N. Mississippi 

Lindley Ruth Mrs. r. 74 E Pratt 

Lindsey Isaiah C. with S. Behymer, r. 
323 N. Illinois 

Lindsey M. D. blacksmith, r. Jones, bet. 
West and river 

Liner Charles bds. Hamilton House, N. 
Alabama 

Lingenfelfer Archie, r. rear 288 N. Ten- 
nessee 

Lingenfelter Ashford, carpenter, B. R. R. 
shop, r. 271 N. Davidson 

Lingenfelter Ashford, jr. bds. 271 N. Da- 
vidson 

Lingenfelter JeiFerson, carpenter, AVm. 
Ay ens, bds. 271 N. Davidson 

Lingenfelter J. tV . carpenter, r. Brad- 
shaw, 1 sq. west Virginia av. 

Lingenfelter W. H. r. 35 E. Circle 

Linker William, carpenter, bds. 69 West 
Market 

Linn Adam, teamster, r. 323 N. Liberty 

Linn Alexander, saddler, Sulgrove, Rey- 
nolds & Co. r. 23 Ellsworth 

Linteman \Ym. moulder, D Root & Co. r. 
109 Benton 

Lintner C. (J. & C. Lintuer), r. 285 Indi- 
ana av. 

Lintner J. (J. & C. Lintner), r. 182 Indi- 
ana av. 

Lintner J. & C. (J. and C. Lintner), dry 
goods, boots, shoes, and clothing, 
184 Indiana av. 

Linton James, lab. bds. 285 E. Washing- 
ton 

Lintz Anthony, manuf. boots and shoes, 
39 W. Washington, r. 17 S. Missis- 
sippi 

Lintz Godfrey, gardener, r. Western av. 
north of city limits 

Lintz John K. salesman, Anthony Lintz, 
bds. 17 S. Mississippi 

Lintz Martin, salesman, Anthony Lintz, 
bds. 17 S. Mississippi 

Lintz William, clerk, r. 474 E. Washing- 



Lions Adolph, boot and shoemaker, 14 N. 
Illinois, r. 301 Delaware 

Lipkink Charles, shoemaker, r. 110 N. 
Noble 

LIPINSKY I. clothier, 30 W. Louisiana, 
bds. 115 W. Maryland 

Lipstine Samuel, merchant, bds. 2 Indi- 
ana av. cor. Ohio 

Lipp Adam, cooper, r. 283 E. Washington 

W- G. Dabbs can furnish the best Albumen Paper in the West, at low prices. 



Carriage Trimmings, 20 West Washington Street, 



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Lipp Henry, tailoi-, M. Criqui, r. 320 East 
Oiiio 

LIPPEKD HENRY T. fancy dry goods 
and notions, millinery goods, cloaks, 
and raantillas, 28 E. Washington, r. 
314 N. East 

Lipples William, stonecutter, r. 418 N. 
East 

Liscomb E. A. Mrs. wid. r. 135 N. Illi- 
nois 

Liseman William, D. R. R. freight house, 
r. N. Davidson, B. R. R. track 

Lister J. new and second hand goods, 207 
E Washington, r. 1st, bet. Tennessee 
and Mississippi 

Lister Rolla, brakeman, Jeff. R. R. bds. 
1st, bet. Tennessee and Mississippi 

Lister Wm. with J. H. Lister, bds. ns. 1st, 
bet. Tennessee and xMississippi 

Littencamp E. tailor, bds. 393 E. Michi- 
gan 

Little's Hotel. W. & E. Neff, prop'rs, E. 
Washington, cor. New Jersey 

Little W. F. hoseman, engine No. 3, bds. 
227 Virginia av. 

Livler J:imes, expressman, Adams Ex- 
press Co. r. 205 Meek 

Lloyd Gideon, carrier. Daily Journal, r. 
241 N. Tennessee 

Lloyil Samuel (Knight & Lloyd), bds. N. 
Tennessee, sw. cor. 4ih 

Lobenberg Abraham, salesman, M. Dern- 
bam & Go. r. Illinois, cor. Pearl 

Locke Elam, r. 76 California 

Locke Erie, banker. New Orleans, r. 76 
California 

Locke Josiali, r. 463 N. Pennsylvania 

Locke Stephen S. painter, r. 286 Indiana 
av. 

Lockhart Benjamin F. elk. Moody Bros, 
r. Indiana av. cor. Tennessee 

Lockhart B. F. student. National Busi- 
ness College 

Locklear L. ]\lrs. (col'd), washerwoman, 
r. 4th, W. of R. R. on canal 

Locklear Jethro (col'd), ice peddler, 2d, 
cor. Howard 

Locklidge William, carpenter, at Eaton's, 
Market, r. 293 Winston 

Locks Olive)' (col'd), waiter, bds. 207 W. 
North 

Lockwood Isaac, peddler, r. Keeley's Row, 
Clinton al. 

Lockwood Joseph S. cooper, r. W. Mar- 
ket 

Lockwood W. W. elk. C. & L C. R. R. 
ofiice, bds. Scott House 

Loeb Isaac, salesman, 33 S. Illinois, r. 
Tennessee, nr. cor. W. Market 

Loebenstein Alois Rev. pastor German 
M. E. Church 

Loevenhart Henry (II. & L. Loevenhart), 
bds. 76 S. Meridian 



Tfee Sinnissippi 



IS A GOOD 



HDilESOilPlfSV. 



Loevenhart H. & L. (Henry and Lee Loe- 
venhart), clothing and jewelry, 67 
S. Illinois 
Loevenhart Joseph, elk. H. & L. Loeven- 
hart, bds. 76 S. Meridian 
Loevenhart Lee (H. & L. Loevenhart), 

bds. 76 S. Meridian 
Loffburo Emma, servant, Missouri, bet. 

Ohio and Market 
LOGAN A. L. ngt. Edwards, Greenough 
& DeVed, 16^- E. Washington, bds. 
29 Pratt 
Logan Bernard, r. 191 W. South 
Logan Delia, servant, 81 N. Tennessee 
Logan Patrick, lab. r. 285 South 
Logan Thomas J. larpenter, r. 171 Meek 
Logan William, plasterer, bds. 64 W. 

Maryland 
Logue George, lab. r. 530 S. Illinois 
Lobman Charles, carpenter, r. 577 E St. 

Clair 
Lohman William, blacksmith, bds. East, 

cor. Louckerbee 
Loikle S. baker, bds. 264 E. Washington 
Lonergan J no. groceries and provisions, 

Virginia av. cor. Noble, r. same 
Lonergan Norris, boilermaker, Sinker & 

Co. bds. Virginia av cor. Noble 
Long Charles, lab. C. F. Schmidt, r. Del- 
aware, bet. McCarty and Wyoming 
Long Christopher Fred'k, at Fishback's 

tannery, r. 3d 
Long Eli C. grainer, r. 450 N. Delaware 
Long E. M. bds. 502 N. Hlinois 
Long Frederick, lab. r. 479 E. Georgia 
Long George Rev. r. 202 E. Market, cor. 

New Jersey 
Long James, plasterer, r. 74 Bicking 
Long Joseph, shoemaker, r. 71 E. St. 

Clair 
Long J. railroad man, bds. 113 Spring 
Long J. T. attorney at law, 5 Blackford's 

blk. bds. Palmer House 
Long Lucretius, receiver. Citizens' Street 
R. R. office, 132 S. Illinois, bds. Spen- 
cer House 
LONG MATHEW, undertaker, 15 E. 

Circle, r.same 
Long Oliver F. bartender, 199 E. Wash- 
ington, bds. 266 E. Market 
Long R. elk. bds. 266 E. Market 
Long Thomas, huckster, r. 31 1 Massachu- 
setts av. 
Long Thomas F. (Long & Cochran), bds. 



N. Meridian 
W. G. Dabbs, dealer in Frames, Albums, etc., 21 and 23 Circle Street. 



Omar Newman, E. of Union Depot, Wholesale Agent for Indiana, for Gro- 



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At 

BE JUA^nvr sz oo.'s, 

BATES HOUSE CORNER. 

Long & Cochran (Thomas F. Long and 
jNlilton Cocfiran), grocers and pro- 
visions. 55 Indiaiia av. 

LongsdorlF Henry, Lab. r. 113 Massachu- 
setts av. 

LongsdorfF William, salesman, Tyler's 
Bee Hive, r. Massachusetts av. cor. 
Alabama 

Lougsdorff \Vm. carpenter, r. Ill Massa- 
chusetts av. 

Looker F. Mrs. r. 240 N. Mississippi 

LOOMIS, NEWTON & CO. (Wm.H. Loom- 
is and Newton), fire, life and 

accidental fire insurance company, 
Yohn's blk. 6 N. Meridian 

LOOMIS WILLIAM H., Fire and Life In- 
surance, sec'y Ind. State Board of 
Agriculture, prest. Marion County 
Agricutural and Horticultural Socie- 
ty, councilman 8th ward, office 
Yohn's blk. 6 N. Meridian, r. School, 
bet. Huion and Souih 

Loos George, elk. P. 0. r. '267 N. Liberty 

Lord James A actor, Metropolitan Thea- 
ter, bds. 15 S. Mississippi 

Lord .John M. prest. Indianapolis Rolling 
Mill, V. Pennsylvania, se. cor. North 

Lord Samuel, house painter, bds. 34 W. 
Ohio 

Lord Louisa Mrs. actress, Metropolitan 
Theater, bds. 15 S. Mississippi 

Lorman Paul, saddler. Sellers & Wood,r. 
al. bet. St. Clair and North, Meridian 
and Illinois 

Losee T. V. master mechanic, C. & I. C. 
R. R. shop, r. E. Georgia, bet. Liber- 
ty and Noble 

Losehand Bernhard, printer, Daily Tele- 
graph, bds. Volk's Garden 

Losey John, cooper, N. Noble, nr. Wash- 
ington, r. 174 Virginia av. 

Losy Marquis D. (Losy & Bro.), r. 174 
Virginia av. 

Losy Robert C. (Losy & Brc), r. 174 Vir- 
ginia av. 

Losy & Bro. (Robert C. and Marquis D. 
Los\), feed store, 244 W. Washing- 
ton 

Louch Alfred, painter, George Lowe, bds. 
Depot Excbiinge, Meridian 

Loucks Christ. B. carpenter, r. 241 Mas- 
sachusetts av. 

Loucks G. W. painter, bds. 84 Benton 

Loucks James, city sealer and inspector, 
r. 398 N. New Jersey 

Shawls, all styles, at No 



Loucks Joseph W. bds. 221 Massachu- 
setts av. 
Loucks Mary Mrs. r. 117 Oak 
Loucks W. W. carpenter, r. 295 N. Ala- 
bama 
Louden Andrew, r. N.Tennessee, cor. 2d 
Louden Henry A. elk. Journal office, r. 

N. Tennessee, cor. 2d 
Louden Edgar G. elk. C. W. Van Ilouten, 

r. ws. N. Tennessee, bet. 1st and 2d 
Louden James, elk. B. R. R. bds. N. Ten- 
nessee, cor. 2d 
Louden James, elk. r. 64 Indiana av. 
Loughlin Joseph, bricklayer, r. Merrill, 

bet. West and River 
Louis Wesley (coVd), white washer, r. 230 

W. A^'ermont 
Louis William (col'd), bricklayer, r. 82 

Garden 
Loupliimer August, saloon keeper, 472 N. 

Alabama 
Lours Samuel, moulder, Charles Cox, bds. 

Ray House 
Love John Gen. r. 81 N. Tennessc 
Love Samuel, watchman, I. & C. R. R, 

shop, r. 163 S. East 
Love William, real estate agt. 1 and 2 

Talbott & New's blk. r. 50G E. Wash- 
ington 
Love William (Love & Dunn), r. 50G E. 

Washington 
Love & Dunn (Wm. Love ai.d J.icob P. 

Dunn), wood yard, Wnsliington, cor. 

Winston 
Lowder Samuel T. salesman, Mii'[)liy, 

Kentedy & Co bds. Sj.ficei- n^mso 
Lowe Charles G. (N. II. i.owe ^; Son), 

bds. E. North 
Lowe George, lab. Ind. Rolling Mill 
LOWE GEORGE, carriage ninfr. 12:] JJ. 

Washington, op. Court House, r. 321 

N. Pennsylvania 
Lowe N. H. (N. H. Lowe & Son), r. E. 

North 
Lowe N. H. & Son (Nathan H. and Ciias. 

G. Lowe), carpenters, 30 S. New 

Jersey 
Lowe William A. (Lowe & McCord), v. 

240 E. Vermont 
LOWE & McCORD (William A. Lowe 

and Leonard W. McCord), attorneys, 

room 5 Blackford's blk. 
Lowery John, miller, r. 359 W. Washing- 
ton 
Lowery Robert, teamster, r. 359 W. 

Washington 
Lowes John, foreman, Coburn & Jones, r. 

386 N. Delaware' 
Lowes John W. lab. Coburn & Jones, r. 

386 N. Delaware 
Lowman Mather, elk. U. S. Express, bda. 

94 W. Market 
Lowmon William H. blacksmith, bds. 

East, cor. Louckerbee 
. 3, Odd Fellows' Hall. 



ver & Baker Sewing Machines, retail office 60 E. IMarket St., Indianp'iis. 



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Lown John, lab. r. 59 Hosbrook 

Lowr.v George E. elk. W. M. Lowry, bds. 
73 MassHchusetts av. 

Lowry Nannie, wid. r. 134 N. Liberty 

Lowry VV. M. druggist, 65 Matisaehusetts 
av, r. 73 Massachusetts av. 

Loy D. M. tinsmith, Doloss Root & Co. 
bds. 178 Virginia av. 

Loyd W. H. refreshment stand, bet. 2d 
and 3d on L. R. R. es. Camp Carring- 
ton 

Lozier John Hogarth, financial agent, 
Soldiers' and Seamen's Home, r. ss. 
E. Washington, out side corporation 

Lucas George H. (col'd), barber, rear 27 
N. Illinois, r. 164 Douglis 

Lucas Jfimes (col'd), whitewasher, etc. 
345 N. Alabama 

Luce Fred, bookkeeper, Omar Newman, 
bds. 265 N. Illinois 

Lucid John, lab. r. 358 S. West 

Lucks John, bds. Scott House 

Lucky George, brickmason, bds. 60 AV. 
Market 

Ludington M. Eldred, r. 435 N. Tennessee 

Ludlow George, carpenter, bds. 227 E. 
Market 

Ludlow George L. carpenter, bds. 227 E. 
Market 

Ludlow Jason, r. 227 E. Market 

Ludlow J. clothing manufacturer, 37 E. 
Washington, r. 268 S. New Jersey 

Ludlow J. ('. foreman, Tate's sash and 
blind factory, r. 227 E. Market 

Ludlow J. K. bricklayer, bds. 101 N. Mis- 
sissippi 

Ludlow Silas, traveling agt. E. B. Alvord 
& Co. r. 78 E. New York 

Lualum J. E. painter, bds. 49 Chatham 

Ludorff L. (L. Ludorff & Co.), r. 120 S. 
Meridian 

Ludorff L. & Co. (Louis Ludorff, George 
Borgfeldt, New York, and William 
Kottmeier), whol. dealers in notions 
and fancy goods, 42 S. Meridian 

LUDWIG OTTO, importer of Rhine 
wines, 131 E. Washington, r. same 

Lukens Richard L. (Luckens & Bracke- 
bush), r. 281 Virginia av. 

Lukens & Brackehush (Richard L. Luk- 
ens and Charles J. Brackebush), 
agricultural implements, 85 W. 
Washington 

Luney William, lab. r. 113 Huron 

LUNT J. M. supt. C. & I. C. R. R. over 
A. Wallace's grocery, r. 360 N. Ala- 
bama 

Lupton Albert, student. National Busi- 
ness College 

Lupton George, physician, 74 AV. Ver- 
mont, r. same 

Lupton George (.May & Lupton), r. 377 
N. Hlinois 



INSURE 



WITH THE 



College 
Buy your Furs of Jones, Hess & Davis. 



Lupton AVilliam C. jr. paymastt'r. U. S. A. 
Ill J E. Washington, r. 230 N. AVest 

Lurrett Heurj', grocer, .Main, cor. East, r. 
191 Massachusetts av. 

Luscher Jncob, lab. Smith & Osgood, r. 
75 Coburn 

Luscher Nannelte, servant, 94 N. Merid- 
ian 

Lusher J. lastturner, Osgood, Smith & Co. 

Lusking Christ, sr. r. 136 Huron 

Luskin g Christ, jr. lab. 140 Huion 

Lutes G. AV. compositor. Journal office, r. 
340 N. Delaware, cor. Ft. AVayne av. 

Luther Alfred, painter, r. 267 N. Missis- 
sippi 

Luther Moses, painter, Paffman & De- 
Turk, r. N. Mississippi, bet. North 
and \iichigan 

Lutz John, porier, Commercial Hotel 

Lux Ellis, upholsterer, Hume, Adams & 
Co. bds. Scott House 

Luzingler George, lab. (col'd), r. 75 S. 
Missouri 

Lynch E. Mrs. rear 166 S. East 

Lybrand C. C. lab. Ind. Rolling MiU 

Lynch Gotleib, leamstei", r. 226 Railroad 

Lynch Jacob H. pumpmaker, 165 AV. 
Michigan, r. same 

Lynch James J. salesman, Austin, Kelly 
& Co. r. 174 W. Michigan 

Lynch John, lab. McKernan, Pierce & 
Yandes,'r. 349 S. Missouri 

Lynch Larry, watchman, B. R. R. bds. 
Mike O'Brien's 

Lynch Martin, lab. Spiegel, Thoms & Co. 
bd?. cor. New York and Noble 

Lynch Mary Miss, waiter, Siierman 
House, bds. same 

Lynch Michael, bricklayer, r. 64 S. Del- 
aware 

Lynch Pat. engineer. Sinker & Co. r.,ss. 
E. AVashington, nr. Deaf and Dumb 
Asylum 

Lynch Patrick, lab, 115 N. Noble 

Lynch Wesley, wagonmaker, r. 190 Har- 
rison 

Lyninger Michael, barber, Blackford's 
blk. r. 212 E. Vermont 

Lynn Adam, teamster, r, N, Mississippi, 
bet. 6th and 7th 

Lynn Albert, elk. P. 0. bds. 33 W.Mary- 
land 

Lynn Jane Mrs. r. 128 E. Merrill 

Lynn P. A. elk. P. 0. r. Maryland 

Lynn P. A. student. National Business 



Retail Dealers in Saddles, Harness, Bridles, Horse Collars, Whips, etc. 



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EVERY PIANO SOLD BY 

BENHAM&CO., 

Bates House Corner, 
IS FULLY WARRANTED. 



Lynn William, elk. Central depot, bds. 

33 \V. Maryland 
Lynn W. C. elk. C. & I C. freight depot, 

bd.=. William H. Campbell's 
Lynn W. H. grocer, 69 S. Illinois, bds. 

Bates House 
Lynn W. S. salesman. Browning & Sloan, 

r. at store 
Lyon A. J. W. painter, Jenkins, bds. 37 

Indiana av. 
Lyon Charles, freight engineer, B. R. R. 
Lyon John, lab. r. 243 S. .Missouri 
Lyon Stephen D. Capt. elk. U. S. Sanitary 
Lyons A shoemaker, r. 301 S. Delaware 
Lyons Charles, engineer, B. R. R. bds. 71 

Peru 
Lyons Hannah Miss, washwoman, Spen- 
cer House 
Lyons Harvey, bds. 31 Indiana av. 
Lyons John, cooper, r 309 W. Market 
Lyons James, lab. r. 145 N. Mississippi 
Lyons Mary Miss, r. 309 W. Market 
Lyons .Mary Miss, washwoman, Spencer 

House 
Lyons Mary, wid. Timothy, ns. Merrill, 

nr. Canal 

Commission, bds. 83 N Pennsylvania 
Lyons Timothy, lab. r. 46 Wyoming 
Lyons William, r. 225 S. Delaware 
Lyons Willium G. W. elk. Ferguson & 

Mansur, r. 298 Railroad av. 
Lytle John K. elk. W. & H. Glenn, r. 33 

Blackford's blk., E. Washington 
Lytle Robert, carpenter, r. 253 S. Missis- 
sippi 
Lytle Robert A. elk. W. & H. Glenn, bds. 

95 N. Pennsylvania 
Lytton Preston, brickmason, r. 325 E. 

Walnut 

McAKER Thomas J. barkeeper, David 
Doty, bds. 83 E. Washington 

McAndrews Ellen, servant, 81 N. New 
Jersey 

McAnulty Peter A. stock dealer, r. 461 
N. Tennessee 

McArthur John B. miller, r. 270N. West 

McBaker Charles E. bds. 170 E. Michi- 
gan 

McBaker Thomas, saloon. Pearl, r. 170 
E. Michigan 

McBaker W infield S. at Pearl St. saloon, 
bds. 176 E. Michigan 

McBride John, saloon, bds. 252 N. Mis- 
sissippi 

W. G. Dabbs keeps the best Chemicals 



McBride Julius C. student, PURDY'S 
BUSINESS COLLEGE 

McBride Michael, peddler, r. 270 N. Lib- 
erty 

McCabe John, barkeeper, bds. 208 West 
Washington 

McCabe Matthew, machinist, I. k C. shop, 
r. 9 Forest av. 

McCalley Jacob, wagon maker, shop 189 
Indiana av. r. 51 Briglit 

McCallian John, r. 58 Huron 

MtCamick Sanford, bds. 35 W. Market 

McCann Kate, chambermaid, Little's Ho- 
tel 

McCann Pat, lab. Capitol Mills, r. 256 S. 
Delaware 

McCann S. D. physician, office and r. 69 
N. East 

McCarn George W. (McCarn & Hatch), 
bds. 92 Pennsj'lvania 

.McCARN & HATCH, (George W. McCarn 
and Lucian B. Hatch), gen. agents 
Security Life Ins. Co. N. Y. room 2, 
Blake's Commercial row 

McCarthy Charles, lab. r. 96 Railroad 

McCarthy Mary, wid. r. 376 E. Market 

McCarthy Stephen, lab. bds. 365 E. Mar- 
ket 

McCatty James, lab. B. R. R. shop 

McCaity Jeremiah, lab. bds. 57 Wyom- 
ing 

McCartv John, lab. Indianapolis Rolling 
Mill 

McCarty John, lab. bds. New York, cor. 
Noble 

McCarty Lafayette, elk. bds. Scott House 

.McCarty Margaret Mrs. r. 122 N. Penn- 
sylvania 

McCarty Nicholas, real estate dealer, 
Washington, sw. cor. Meridian, r. 
122 N. Pennsylvania 

McCarty Thomas, lab. Indianapolis Roll- 
ing Mill 

McCARTY THOMAS B. Auditor of State, 
22 Kentucky av. r. 156 N. Illinois 

McCarty Timothy, lab. r. 57 Wyoming 

McCarty William, moulder, r. 137 North 
Delaware 

McCauley , clerk, bds. 210 E. Ohio 

McCauslin Sarah Miss, r. 175 E. Market 

Mct^austly James, miller, boards Walker 
House 

McCebe Matthew, machinist, I. & C. R. 
R. shop, r. 9 Forest av. 

McChesney Edward, elk. P. 0. r. 122 N. 
Illinois 

McChesney George, bds. 133 N. Pennsyl- 
vania 

McChesney Jeremiah, r. 133 N. Penn- 
sylvania 

McCHESNEY J. B. treas. C. & L C.R. R. 
over Foster, Ilolloway & Co. r. 222 
N. Illinois 

in use and will guarantee all he sells. 



should call at No. 


20 West Washington 


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McChesney William, paymasters' clerk, 
bds. 2-22 N. Illinois 

McCiney E.G. bds. Scott House 

McClain Josiah, elk. Browning & Sloan, 
bds. 146 N. Meridian 

McClain Thomas W. teacher, Rider's Nor- 
mal Inst, of Penmanship, r. 341 S. 
Meridian 

McClain Walker (McClain &Guthridge), 
r. W. Market, bet. Illinois and Ten- 

McCLAIN & GUTHRIDGE, (Walker Mc- 
(]laiii and Charles M. Guthridge), 
grocers, whol. and ret. 26 S. Merid- 
ian 

McCiay C. S. salesman. Browning .Si 
Sloan, r. at store 

McClellan Robert ('. carpenter, B. R. R. 
shop, bds. 261 N. Davidson 

McCliiten William, lab. r. 285 S. East 

McCloiiey Lemuel, lab. r. 51 Hosbrook 

McCloud^Mahala, wid. Thomas, r. 135 S. 
Tennessee 

McClosky J. M. asst. helper^ Ind. Rolling 
Mill 

McClosky , carpenter, r. W. Michi- 
gan, cor. Minerva 

McClure Camelia Miss, r. 240 W. Market 

iMcLlure Daniel, Lieut. Col. and Chief 
Paymaster for the District of Indi- 
ana and Illinois, office llli E. Wash- 
ington, bds. 175 E. Market, bet. Del- 
aware and New Jersey 

McClure George, carpenter, es. N. Tenn- 
essee, bet. 6th and Tinker 

McClure J. II. (Hart & McClure), r. 
Pennsylvania, beyond city limits 

McClure Jacob, carpenter, r. es. Tennes- 
see, bet. 6th and Tinker 

McClure .M. L. bds. Walker House 

McClure M. F. foreman yard, Indianapo- 
lis Rolling Mill, r. 155 N. Illinois 

McClure Sallie, wid. Henry, r. 246 West 
Washington 

McClure Theophilus, printer, Journal of- 
fice, r. West, cor. Michigan 

McClure T. Miss,, r. 240 W. Market 

McClure Wm. book-keeper, James Skillen 
& Bro. bds. 15 S. Mississippi 

McCollough J. S. clerk, Landers, Tark- 
iiigtou & Pattison, r. 323 Indiana av. 

McComb John, lab. bds. W. C. Cluck's, 
N. Mississippi, es. bet. 4th and 5th 

McComb Samuel, man. U. S. Telegraph 
Co. bds. 2 Indiana av. cor. Ohio 

McComber George, Lieut, and Q. M. 17lh 
V. R. C. Soldiers' Home 

McCool Wm. lab. Osgood & Smith, r. 355 
S. Delaware 

McCord B. R. (McCord & Wheatley), r. 
one mile out on Shelbyville road 

McCord Jacob, elk. grocery store, bds. D. 
F. Tedrow's, bet. N. Davidson and St. 
Clair, es. Peru R. R. track 



THE OFFICE OF THE 

Siniiissippi 

IS ON GUOITND FLOOR, 

35 H. ^kzAUKSSS? STE.BBS. 



McCord Leonard W. (Lowe & McCord), 
bds. Macy House 

McCORl) & WHEATLEY, (B. R, McCord 
and William M. Wheatley), lumber 
dealers and planing mill, office, 198 
S. Alabama, yard 155 S. Delaware 

McCormnck Amos D. cutter, Oweu Mc- 
Ginnis, r. 382 N. Tennessee 

McCormick James, lab. bds. S. Alabama 

McCormick Jeddi, carpenter, r. 400 N. 
Mississippi 

McCormick John L. carpenter, r. Tenn- 
essee, cor. 5th 

McCormick Lida Jliss, r. 400 N. Missis- 
sippi 

McCormick Newton, teamster, r. 25 \Vest 
St. Clair 

McCormack Pat, bds. Mrs. Kinsley's, on 
Michigan road, cor. 7th 

McCormick Patrick, hot filer, Ind. Rolling 
Mill 

McCourt Thomas, fireman, gravel train. 
B. R. R. 

McCowan James H. harness maker, Sul- 
grove, Reynolds & Co. boards Ray 
House 

McCoy John, physician, 151 E. Washing- 
ton, cor. Alabama 

McCoy J. H. student, Bryant & Stratton's 
Commercial College, bds. 102 Dela- 
ware, cor. Pratt 

McCoy Robert B. photographer, J. D. 
Crane, bds. same 

McCoy William, railroader, r. Illinois, se. 
cor. Ray 

McCrady N. bds. 153 N. Tennessee 

McCray Luther, lab. r. 420 S. Illinois 

McCray Simeon, grocer, 329 Indiana av. 
r. 348 Indiana av. 

McCrea A. elk. J. W. Copeland 

McCrea Rollin H. (Stiles, Fahnley & Mc- 
Crea), bds. Sherman House 

McCready George, Hunt's auction store, 
r. 294 N. Pennsylvania 

McCready Frank, tinner, McOuatt & 
Foote, bds. 89 N. Tennessee 

McCready James, elk. Branch of Bank of 
State of Indiana, bds. 89 N. Tennes- 
see 

McCreery Joseph (Sponsler & McCreery), 
r. Springfield, 111. 

McOright Joseph B. carpenter, r. 38 S. 
New Jersey 

McCright J. B. miller, bds. 328 W. Wash- 



Nugent's Negative and Positive Collodion, for sale at W. G. Dabbs' 



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For every Musical Instrument can be ob- 
tained at 

Bates House Corner. 



McCrosssn Samuel, r. 220 Indiana av. 
McCue Farrel, refreshment stand, on L. 

R. R. es. Camp Curriugton, bet. 2d 

and 3d 
McCugh James, freight fireman, B. R. R. 
McCulloch Jacob, r. 191 Huron 
McCullough Jacobs, student, TURDY'S 

BUSINESS COLLEGE 
McCullough Wni. elk. Quartermaster's 

I'ept. r. 510 N. Delaware 
McCue Dennis, lab. r. 33 Maple 
McCune Henry W. notary public, 79 W. 

Washington, up stairs, bds. 216 N, 

West 
McCune John, bricklayer, r. 04 Dela- 
ware 
ilcCune Thomas, carpenter, Indianapolis 

Agricultural Works, r. 451 Georgia, 

se. cor. (Jady 
McCurdy G. W. (A. L. Hunt & Co.), r. 155 

N. Illinois 
McCutchan Allen, works B. R. R, freight 

house, bds. E. end .Massachusetts av. 
McCutchan George, switchman, B. R. R. 

V. E. end Massachusetts av. 
McCutcheon Hugh C. (Carlisle & Mc- 

Cutcheonj, bds. 189 E. Ohio 
McCutcheon John C. chief freight elk. 

T . H. & I. R. R. r. 226 N. Meridian 
McCutchan John Kirk, switchman, bds. 

E. end Massachusetts av. 
McDaraon Richard (coFd), lab. Young & 

Jourdan, r 32 W. Washington 
McDaniel Reason, lab. r. al. bet. Tennes- 
see and Mississippi, Pratt and 1st 
McDermott Bernard, hostler, G. W. Bur- 
rows, r. at stable 
McDermolt James, tinsmith, r. 183 W. 

Maryland 
McDermott James, boilermaker, Sinker & 

Co. bds 133 W. Maryland 
McDermott Joseph, stove moulder, D. Root 

& Co. r. 159 S. Alabama 
McDevitt Edward, machinist. Sinker & 

Co. bds. 275 S. Delaware 
McDevitt George, elk. Moritz, Bro. & Co. 

r. New Jersey 
McDevitt Mary Mrs. r. 275 S. Delaware 
McDirraoti Henry, bds. 325 Indiana av. 
.McDirmott William, r. 325 Indiana av. 
McDole Asa, conductor, Terre Haute R. 

R r. 410 S. Tennessee 
McDonald Alice .Vliss, 139 W. Market 
McDonald Curran E. deputy U. S. Mar- 
shal, r. 55 Massachusetts av. 

Cloak Ornaments at 



McDonald David, Judge U S. District 
Courts, office room 10 P.O. Building, 
r. 203 N. Pennsylvania, cor. Ver- 
mont 

McDonald Ezekel, attorney, bds. 229 N. 
Pennsylvania 

McDonald George, prescription elk. II. H. 
Lee, bds. N. Illinois, cor. Vermont 

McDonald James, pressman, r. 211 \V. 
Maryland 

McDonald John, war claim agt. bds. 17 
Kentucky av. 

McDonald Jos. E. (McDonald & Roache), 
r. es. N. Pennsylvania, bet. Michigan 
and Vermont 

McDonald Maggie Miss, housekeeper, 
Bates House, bds same 

.McDonald Margaret Mrs. dressmaker, 26 
V^irginia av. r. same 

McDonald Markham, conductor, Street 
R. R. bds. 239 N. Pennsylvania 

McDonald Mary Miss, teacher, Ind. Fe- 
male College 

McDonald Milton, student, Comn^grcial 
T'ollege, bds. 74 N. Pennsylvania 

McDonald Patrick, helper, Ind. Rolling 
Jlill 

McDonald Patrick, lab. r. 10 Willard 

McDonald & Roache (Joseph E. xMcDon- 
ald and Addison L. Roache), attor- 
neys at law, jEtna Building 

McDonnell J. R. bds. Walker House 

McDonough D. B. carpenter, 117 E. Ver- 
mont, r. 123 E. Vermont 

McDougal John, elk. W. & II. Glenn, r. 
104 Massachusetts av. 

McDougall William, r. 63 S. California 

.McDowell Joseph A. book-keeper, Bowen, 
Stewart ^ Co. r. Meridian, se. cor. 
New York 

McElree John, elk. W. & H. Glenn, r. 95 
N. Pennsylvania 

McElroy Francis, butclier, bds. 69 W. 
Market 

McElwee John, carpenter, r. 217 N. Mis- 
sissippi 

McEntire Ferb. bds. Scott House 

McEutire James, auctioneer, r. 36 Cali- 
fornia 

JIcEntire W. 0. confectioner, r. 36 Cali- 
fornia 

McEntyre L. heater, Ind. Rolling Mill 

.McEwen Isaiah, stonecutter, bds. Illinois 
House 

McEwen William A. asst. editor Indian- 
apolis Daily Herald, r. ns. Ohio, bet. 
Illinois and Meridian 

McFarland C. & L. W. Misses, teachers, 
26 E. St. Clair 

McFeaters Wilson, refreshment stand, oa 
L. R. R. bet. 2d and 3d, es. Camp 
Carrington 

McFadden Lewis, watchman, State Ar- 
mory, r. S. Tennessee 
Jones, Hess &. Davis'. 



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McFadden L. L. watchman, Union Depot, 

hils. 354 N. New Jersey 
McFiuideii Wm. l.ib. r. 204 Indiana av. 
McF.'iU David, lab. r. Maryland, cor. 

Peiiiisylvaia 
McFailnnd D. paver, bds. 60 S. Delaware 
McFaiiaud Henry, printer, W. S. Came- 

10!1 

McFarL-.nd Henry C. bds. 293 Indiana 
a V. 

McFarland R. lab. r. 60 S. Delaware 

McFarlaud William (McFarland & Faru- 
rei), r. 264 E. Washington 

McFaib.nd Wilson, saloon keeper, bds. 
J. B. Smith's, N. Mississippi, cor. 2d 

McFarlane James M. salesman, C. E. 
Gfisetidovtf & Co. r. 310 E. Georgia 

McFaneu James, lab. bds. 289 E. New 
York 

McFarren Nancy J. Mrs. r. 1G3 Fort 
Wayne av. 

McGaha M Mrs. servant, works 98 Ash 

McGalley Ellen, servant, Little's Hotel 

McGanaty Marcus, teamster, bds. 256 N. 
Mississippi 

McGaughey Charles, newspaper carrier, 
b.ls. 219 E. Nonh 

McGaw Charles B. moulder, D. Root & 
Co. r. Dacoiah, nr. corporation line 

McGaw John A. dealer in cigars and to- 
bacco, 16 Bates House, Illinois, r. 182 
N. Mississippi 

McGee Fdward, boilermaker, r. 215 S. 
.Alabama 

McGee Richard, physician, 80 N. Penn- 
sylvania, r. 78 N. Pennsylvania 

McGehee James T grocer, East, cor. 
North, r. same 

McGiffiu S. teacher broom maker, Iml. 
Asylum fey ttie Blind 

McGiunis Charles, r. 41 Virginia av. 

McGinnis John, bartender, William Law- 
ler, bds. 89 S. West 

McGinniss John, grocer, 280 E. Wash- 
ington, r. same 

McGiunis Helen Miss, milliner, bds. 63 
E. Washington 

McGinnis Nicholas, tailor, W. Washing- 
ton, r. 83 West 

McGinnis Owen, clothing and furnishing 
goods, 39 E. Washington, r. 41 Vir- 
ginia av. 

McGinnis Peter, tailor, bds. Central 
House 

McGiunis P. H. carriage blacksmith, L. 
W. Drew & Co. r. Delaware 

McGinnis William, lab. r. 117 W. AIc- 
Carty 

McGinnis William, lab. Ind. Rolling Mill 

McGinty Martin, grocer, West, se. cor. 
McCarty, r. same 

McGlashan George, solicitor, Home In- 
surance Co. 64 E. Washington, bds. 
Pattison House 

Cloaks cut and made at 



That has Good Property Insures 

WITH THE SINNISSIPPI. 



McGlia Michael, expressman, r. 90 W. 

Nortli 
McGlown Thomas, bookseller, r. 109 S. 

Tennessee 
McGough George, carpenter, bds. 117 AV. 

New York 
McGownn Jnmes, carpenter, C. Eden & 

Co. r. 172 S. Tennessee 
McGowan L. F. pay dept. bds. Little's 

Hotel 
McGrah Daniel, lab. r. 291 E. Georgia 
McGrath John, tailor, Herst & Small, r. 

77 W Walnut 
McGrath Pat. gravel train engineer, B. 

R. R. 
GcGratt Thomas W. machinist, Sloan, 

Burk & Woollen, r. Pennsylvania, 

bet. South and Merrill 
McGregor Moses R. bds. 224 E. Market 
McGregory Moses, blacksmith, bds. 224 

E. Market 
McGrew John F. r. 293 Virginia av. 
McGuire David, lab. 76 N. Noble 
McGuire James, fireman, L. & I. R. R. 

bds. 55 Fayette 
McGuire Robert A. blacksmith, J. O. 

iSmith, r. 36 S. Pennsylvania 
McGuire Richard, gas filter, bds, 14 S. 

Mississippi 
McGuire Thomas, grocer, 408 Indiana av. 

r. same 
McGuyre M. C. gas fitter, bds. Missis- 
sippi, bet. Washington and Mary- 
land 
McHeaney William F. mechanic, bds. 64 

W. Maryland 
McHew Owen, stone cutter, bds. 82 W. 

Market 
McHugh Dennis, helper, Indianapolis 

Rolling Mill 
McHugh John, blacksmith, I. & C. R. R. 

shops, bds. 269 E. Louisiana 
McHugh John, bell boy. Bates House, 

bds. same 
Mcllvaine R A. Miss, bds. at Hinesley's, 

479 N. Tennessee 
Mclntee Ann, wid. r. 329 N. Noble 
Mclntire James, auction and com. 96 S, 

Illinois 
Mclniire John (McLene & Co.), r. 25 S. 

West 
Mclntyre Lucius, lab. r. 18 Henry 
Mclntire William 0. cenfcctioner, 159 E.. 
I Washington, r. 36 California 

No. 3, Odd Fellows' Hall. 



Call and examine Sulgrove, Reynolds & Co.'s stock of Saddlery Hardware, 



McI 



296 



McM 



BENHAM & CO., 
ISateai Houise €or., 

Keep a Complete Stock of 

VIOLIN ANB GUITAR STRINGS. 



Mclver David H. elk. Baker & Mclver. r. 

Eiist, sw. cor. New York 
Mclver John C. (Biker & Mclver), r. 

East, sw. cor. New York 
McKatfray Jolin, r. 50 S. West 
McKeiin R. Mrs. r. 151 Pine 
McKeanel John, engineer, r. 98 E. South 
McKee Alexander, fruit stand, West, bet. 

Washington and iMaryland, r. 59 S. 

California 
McKee Alexander, pumpmaker, r. 59 S. 

California 
McKee J. A. student National Business 

College 
McKeehan Benjamin, railroader, r. 301 

South Pennsylvania 
McKeehan James, tracklayer M. R. R. r. j 

N. Tennessee, se. cor. 3d | 

McKeehan John, checkman, I & M. Ft. j 

Depot, r. 61 S. Noble 
McKeehan John, elk. I. & M. R. R. office, I 



McKibben Joshua R. carpenter, 40G N. 
East, cor. St. Clair, r. same 

McKinley Alex, expressman, r. 150 Fort 
Wiiyne av. 

McKinley James, r. 324 E, New York 

McK^inney Henry, elk. Little's Hotel, bds. 
same 

^IcKinney John A. bds. 102 Oak 

McKinney J. M. student National Busi- 
ness College 

McKinney W. B. house and ^ign painter, 
8 W. Washington, nji stairs, bds. 
same 

McKniff Owen, lab. bds. '2'J'2 Winsion 

McKay M. J. gas titter, bd.«. 90 S. Meri- 
dian 

McLain Anna E. 242 N. Illinois 

McLain Mary Miss, 242 N. Illinois 

McLane Albert, painter and glizier, 12 
W. North, r. same 

McLaflin Edward, traveling agt. Mayhew 
& Branham 

McLaflin William, student National Bu- 
siness College 

McLaren Duncan, grocer, ret. S. Tennes- 
see, sw. cor. Garden, r. same 

McLaughlin John (col d), r. 360 S. Ala- 
bama 

McLellen J. student National Business 
College 



r. 61 S. Noble McLcne Jeremiah (McLene & Herron), 

McKeehan Permelia Mrs. wid. r. N. Ten- j r. 139 N. Pennsylvania 

nessee, se. cor. 3d I McLene & Co. (J. AlcLene. Thos. Mcln- 

McKelvey John B. porter at Little's Ho- | ^ tire and John Mclntire), paper 



tel 

McKelvev John B. student, PURDY'S 
BUSINESS COLLEGE 

McKelvey J. S. carpenter, 73 S.Pennsyl- 
vania 

McKenna James, r. 113 S. New Jersey 

McKeniia John, foreman, B. R. R. shop, 
r. 113 S. New Jersey 

McKenna William, machinist, B. R. R. 
shop, r. 214 Railroad 

McKenna W. I'., machinist, BR. R.shop, 
r. 214 N. Pennsylvania 

McKenzie Charles, painter, bds. 35 W. 
Market 

McKenzie John, mason, r. Davidson, cor. 
Vermont 

McKenzie William, carpenter, r. IMeek, 
bet. Benton and Cady 

McKernan James H. (McKernan & 
Pierce), r. 54 Circle 

McKernan Josepjh, salesman, W. R. Hog- 
shire & Co. bds. 54 Circle 

McKernan, Pierce & Yandes (J. H. Mc- 
Kernan, W. Pierce and Yan- 
des), saw and planing mill, Ken- 
tucky av. nr. Mill , 

McKernan & Pierce (James H. McKer- 
nan and Winslow S. Pierce), real 



ninfrs. nr. Water, bet. Washington 
and Maryland 

McLENE & HERRON (.Jeremiah Mc- 
Lene and Frederick M. Herron), 
watches and jewelry. 1 Bates House, 
W. Washington 

McMahan John, lab. E. A. Woods, E. 
Washington, outside corporation, r. 
same 

McMahon Pat. freight fireman, B. R. R, 

McMauama Preston, harnessmaker, Re- 
yer & Thorns 

McManimy Bryan, lab. r. 356 S. Tennes- 
• see 

McMann Ellen, servant, 173 N. Tennes- 
see 

MclSLannus D. mason, r. Maxwell 

McManus Sarah Miss, r. Delaware, nr. 
McCarty 

McMillan ELI C. clothing and gents' 
furnishing goods, CI S. Illinois}, bds. 
Bates House 

McMillan George, elk. bds. Scott House 

McMillan H. K. bds. Scott House 

McMillan James W. turner, r. 199 Hu- 
ron 

McMillan Thomas, switchman, B. R. R. 
bds. 74 E. Vermont 



ana »VinslOW o. rierue;, it:ai i uu^?. ii u. rciiiiuui. 

estate dealers, room W. Washington, I McMillcn D. C. physioian. 108J E.Wash- 
cor. Kentucky av. | ington, bds. Little's Hotel 

W. G. Dabbs, wholesale and retail dealer in Albums, Frames, etc. 



Coach and Harness Trimmings, 20 West Washington Street. 



McM 



297 



MAC 



McMillen J. F. physician, 108J E.Wash- 
ington, bds. Little's Hotel 

McMiUin Samuel (McMilien &Co.),r. 
74 E. Washinfcton 

McMillin & lo. (Samuel McMillin and 
A. J. Cox), real estate agts. and bro- 
kers, 17 W. Washington 

McMullen J. VV. student National Busi- 
ness College 

McMurphy Henry, salesman, C. E. Gei- 
sendorft" & Co. bds. Tennessee, cor. 
W. Washington 

McMurray Robert, cigar maker, George 
F. Myers, r. 47tj N. Mississippi 

McMurry Samuel, poney fireman, B. R. R 

McNab Philip, physician, r. 149 S. New 
Jersey 

McNabb David A. lab. Indianapolis Roll- 
ing Mill, r. 117 W.McCarty 

McNabb Mathew, porter, Adams Express 
Co., Union depot, bds. Globe House 

McNabb Stephen, baggage man, Union 
depot, r. 227 S. Mississippi 

McNabb Stephen, brickmaker, r. 227 S. 
Mississippi 

McNallis Frank, porter, Sawyer & Has- 
selman 

^IcNally Peter, bds. Walker House 

McNamara E. wid. Jeremiah, bds. 11 S. 
Mississippi 

McNamara Jeremiah, wines and liquors, 
whol. and ret. 52 S. Illinois, r. 11 S. 
Mississippi 

McNamara Mary, chambermaid, Indiana 
Institute for the Blind 

JlcNara Michael, elk. 1. & C. freight de- 
pot, r. 151 S. Alabama 

McNeeley Charles, salesman, Sloan, 
Burke & Woollen, bds. cor. Ohio and 
Mississippi 

McNeely E. cooper, es. Canal, end of 
Pratt, r. 232 N. Illinois 

McNeely John, carpenter, r. 354 N. West 

McNeely John B. elk. Lafayette freight 
depot, bds. 354 N. West 

McNeely Theopolus, cabinetmaker, bds. 
354 N. West 

McNeer J. F. student, bds. E. 240 Ohio 

McNulta John, tailor, bds. Little's Hotel 

McOuat A. W. with R. L. & A. W. Mc- 
Ouat, r. 21 Louckerbee 

McOuat George, r. East, cor. New York 

McOuat Robert L. (R. L. McOuat & Co.), 
r. East, ne. cor. New York 

McOUAT R. L. & Co. (Robert L. McOuat 
and Obed Foote), stoves, tinware and 
house furnishing goods, 67 and 69 
W. Washington 

McPeek D. I. salesman, Werden & Sum- 
wait, r. New Jersey, cor. Virginia av. 

McPherson W. R. (Lamphere & McPher- 
son), bds. 74 N. Pennsylvania, bet. 
Market and Ohio 

McQuaid Pat. expressman, 79 Fayette 



THE SINNISSIPPI 



Confines its Business 



TO THE STATE OF INDIANA. 



McQue Thomas, lab. r. 104 Cherry 
McRae Simeon, teamster, r. 348 Indiana 

av. 
McReynold, C. W. operator, bds. 152 

INIeridian, nw. cor. New York 
McRoberts Henry, carpenter, r. 327 E. 

Georgia 
McVay David, blacksmith, r. 58 S. Cali- 
fornia 
McVea David, blacksmith, 277 W. Wash- 
ington, r. 58 S. California 
McVey Calvin A. bds. 437 N. Mississippi 
McVey John (McVey & Huntington), 

bds. Virginia av. bet. Pennsylvania 

and Delaware 
McVey Wm. collector income tax, bds. 

437 N. Mississippi 
McVey & Huntington (John McVey and 

Marion Huntington), flour and feed 

dealers, 41 S. Alabama 
McVickers Acnor W. cutter, Katzenfcteia 

& Wachtel, r. 78 N. New Jersey 
McVicker William, r. 78 N. New Jersey 
McWall Michael, engineer. Daily Herald, 

r. ws. Virginia av. 
McWilliams Asby, (col'd), blacksmith, r 

237 W. Michigan 
McWilliams James, salesman, Werden & 

Sumwalt 
McWilliams William, lab. r. 168 Blake 
McWilliams William S. carpenter, r 36 

Helen 
McWorkman Henry, elk. P. 0. r. 276 N. 

Tennessee 
McWorkman Sallie Mrs. dressmaker, 26 

W. Washington, r. 276 N. Tennessee 



M' 



AAS Louis, elk. R. C. Hoffeld, r. Wa- 
bet. Liberty and Noble 
MacArthur J. B. (Landis & MacArthur), 

r. 270 N. West 
Macarthy A. B. wid. M. B. r. 80 N. Mis- 
sissippi 
Macauley Daniel (Parsons, Macauly & 

Co.), r. Ekin Barracks 
Macauley Jacob, wagonmaker, r. 141 

Bright 
Macauley John T. elk. Parsons, Macauly 

& Co. bds. Pennsylvania, cor. New 

York 
MacCurdy William W. H. lawyer, 3 Tal- 

bott's blk. bds. 17 Virginia av. 
Machett Robert M. carpenter, Many & 

Sons, r. 169 St. Joseph 



W. G. Dabbs, dealer in Frames, Albums, etc., 21 and 23 Circle Street. 

20 



Omar Newman, Commission Merchant, Indianapolis, Ind., also Wholesale 



MAC 



298 



MAN 



PIANO TUNING. 

LEAVE ORDERS AT 

BEi^lHAM & CO.'S, 

BATES HOUSE CORNER. 
They employ the Best "Workmen. 

Mack John, lab. r. S. New .Jersey nr. Mc- 

Carty 
Mack Philip, teamster, r. S. California 
Mack Thomas, lab. Sloan & Burks, r. 273 

S. Pennsylvania 
Mackelmer John, brakeman, bds. 320 E. 

Washington 
Mackey Albert S. carpenter, r. 817 S. 

East 
Macona Dennis, lab. I. & C. R. R. shops, 

r. Elm 
Macy David, pres. and snpt. Indianapo- 
lis, Peru and Chicago R. R. office, 
Washington, cor. Delaware, r. 216 N. 
Delaware 
Macy House, Palmer & Penticost, prop'rs, 

N. Illinois, se. cor. Market 
Maddel Nicholas, shoemaker, r. 193 Hu- 
ron 
Madden John, plasterer, r. 37 Elm 
Madden Michael, lab. r. al. bet. S. East 

and S. Noble, ur. I. & C. R. R. 
Madden Thomas, notary public, 79 W. 
Washington, r. 1st, bet. Illinois and 
Tennessee 
Maddigan Patrick, asst. foreman, B. R. R. 

bds. 320 E. Washington 
Magel Philip, carpenter, B. R. R. 
Maguire Douglass (Crossland, Maguire 

& Co.), V. 78 E. Ohio 
Maguire Henry, with Crossland, Maguire 

& Co. bds. 85 E. Ohio 
Mahaffy George B. signpainter, bds. 68 

N. Pennsylvania 
Mahan W. H. traveling agt. J. & D. Dun- 
can 
Mahanna John, lab. r. 10 Buchanan 
Mahany William, lab. arsenal, bds. 27 S. 

Alabama 
Maher Patrick, lab. Ind. Rolling Mill 
Mahon Pairick, lab. Rolling Mill, r, 14 

Buchanan 
Mahoney James, lab. C. & I. C. R. R. de- 
pot, nr. C. & I. C. R. R. shops 
Mahoney James, gasfitter, r. 58 S. Ala- 
bama 
Mahoney John, lab. Indianapolis Rolling 

Mill 
Mahoney Mary, servant, 191 New Jersey 
Mahoney Patrick, lab. 298 S. Delaware 
Mahony Daniel, teamster, r. 51 Ellen 
Mahorny John T. (col'd), wigs and hair 

jewelry, 28 N. Illinois, r. same 
Maier John, pianomaker, Traeyser & 



Mains Leroy M. dentist, Frink & Wells, 

r. 353 N. New Jersey 
Major W. S. (Major & Brown) 
Major & Brown (W. S. Major and P. A. 
Brown), attorneys at law, Black- 
ford's blk. 
Malen Mary Miss, elk. bds. Scott House 
Mallon Mary Miss, saleswoman, Tyler's 
Bee Hive, r. 18^- S. Illinois, up stairs 
Malloy Rodger, saloon, South, cor. Dela- 
ware, bds. 280 N. Railroad 
Malona Thomas, lab. r. 470 E. Georgia 
Malone Abner, carpenter, r. 32 N. Mis- 

sii^sippi 
Malone Louis, carpenter, r. 132 Bright 
Malone Pat. lab. bds. 58 Massachusetts 

av. 
Malone Patrick, lab. r. 27 Wyoming 
Malone Thomas, helper, Indianapolis 

Rolling Mill 
Maloney Dennis, shomaker, bds. nr. Ter- 

re ilaute depot 
Maloney James, carpenter, r. 119 Massa- 
chusetts av. 
Maloney Mary, servant, r. 137 W. New- 
York 
Maloney Thomas, lab. Sinker & Co. 
Malony John, shoemaker, r. 255 S. Mis- 
sissippi 
Malott V. T. cashier. Merchants' National 
Bank, sec. and treas. Indianapolis, 
Peru and Chicago R. R. r. N. Dela- 
ware 
Malrk Martin, engineer, r. 52 N. Noble 
MAMMOTH BOOT AND SHOE STORE, 
Mauldiu & Adams, prop'rs, Kentucky 
av. cor. W. Washington 
Manay John, lab. r. 31 Maple 
Manchester L B. (M. J. Thomas & Co.), 

bds. 187 E. Ohio 
Mane Henry, miller, bds. W^alker House 
Maney Hannah Mrs. r. 1 Elizabeth 
Manfeld Julius, tailor, Goepper & Co. 

r. 29 Chatham 
Manfield William, tailor, bds. 28 W. 

Georgia , 
Mangan Mike, works, 216 N. Delaware 
Mangis Frank, cigardealer, 153 E. Wash- 
ington, r. 184 S. Delaware 
MANHATTAN LIFE INSURANCE CO. 
of New York, C. B. Davis, agent, 6 
Odd Fellows' HnU 
MANHATTAN FIRE INSURANCE CO. 
of New York, C. B. Davis, agent, 6 
Odd Fellows' Hall 
Manheimer David, clothing, 55 W. Wash- 
ington, r. 172 E. Ohio 
Manheimer Henry, agt. clothing 77 W. 

Washington, r. 44 N. Mississippi 
Maning E. C. hat rack maker, Osgood, 

Smith & Co. 
Mann Alfred J. carpenter, r. 163 N. Da- 
vidson 



Robinson, r. S. Delaware 

Good Goods and polite attention at Jones, Hess & Davis' 



dealer in Agricultural Implements. P. 0. lock box 378. See adv, op. title. 



MAN 



299 



MAR 



Mann Allen, carpenter, bds. 78 Indiana 
av 

Msmn Daniel, carpenter, 354 Railroad 

Mann David 0. traveliug agt. r. 313 S. 
East 

Mann Edwin E. bookbinder, Journal of- 
fice, r. 69 N. Jackson 

Mann H. hooker, Ind. Boiling Mill 

Mann J^imes B. (Mann & Davis) r. 149 
S. East 

Mann John, mechanic, r. 86 Henry 

Mann Henry C. barber and pliysician, 16 
W. Peail, r. 116 \Viih«sli, bet. East, 
New Jersey, Ohio and Market 

Mann John, lieater, Indianapolis Rolling 
Mill 

Mann J. T. teamster, r. 275 N. Noble 

MANN & DAVIS (James B. Mann and 
Benj. Davis), groceries and provis- 
ions, 200 Virginia av. 

Manlove William K. (Perrin & Manlove), 
bds. 283 E. Market 

Mann John, heater, Indianapolis Rolling 
Mill, r. 36 Henry 

Manning E. C. turner. S. & 0. peg and 
last factory, r. 268 St. Clair 

Maiinax EUer;, waiter, Linle's Hotel 

Maiinleld George (F. Goepper & Co.), r. 
336 N. E.ist 

Manning Elizabeth, wid. Mathias, r. 184 
E. \V!ishington 

Manning Thomas S. carriage painter, r. 
76 W. Oiiio 

Mannus Mitcbell, farmer, r. -ws. S. West, 
bet. Georgia and .Maryland 

Mansfield George, tailor, F. Geopper & 
Co. r. 336 N. Kast 

Mansfield Joiin J. Gen., Governer's staff, 
t>ds. Bates House 

Mansfield Thomas, blacksmith, J. G. 
Smith, r. W. Mar^-bind 

Manson C. W. student, National Business 
College 

Mansur Frank, porkpacker, bds. 18 E. 
Vermont 

Mansur, Isaiah, pres. Citizens' National 
Bank, r. Meridian, ne. cor. Ver- 
mont 

Mansur Jeremiah, r. 18 E. Vermont 

Mansur William, r. 19 E. Ohio 

Many Adolph (Many & Sons), bds. 125 
N. Noble 

Many Camil, carpenter, Many & Sons, 
bds. 125 N. Noble 

Many C. J. (Many & Sons), bds. 125 N. 
Noble 

Many Gerard, teacher French, bds. 125 
N. Noble 

Many John, carpenter, r. 127 N. Noble 

Many J. B. (J. B. Many & Sons), r. 125 
N. Noble 

Many J. B. & Sons (J. B. Many, C. J. 
Many and Adolph Many), contrac- 
tors and builders, 120 N. Spring , 



TIIE8INN1S8IPP1 



ISSUES POLICIES FOE ANY TERM 



Not Exceeding Seven Years. 



Mapes Caleb, r. al. bet. West and Missou- 
ri, Market and Washington 

Maranda John S. (Latta & Maranda), 
r. 113 S. Illinois 

Maranty Daniel, lab. Indianapolis Roll- 
ing Mill 

Mararetz William, r. 389 S. East 

Marbach Henry, r. 18 S. Pensj'lvania 

Marchant Isaac, book-keeper, Merritt & 
Coughlcn, r. 410 W. Washington 

Marcus Elias, carpenter, r. 89 W. Georgia 

Marcus John A. salesman, 42 W. Louisi- 
ana, r. 89 W. Georgia 

Marel W. S. piablisher, r. 440 Virginia av. 

Marin Albert, carriagemaker, B. C. Shaw, 
bds. 76 S Meridian 

Marion County Jail, ne. cor. Court House 
Square, bet. E. Washington and E. 
Market 

Marion Engine House No. 2, Massachu- 
setts av. cor. New York 

Markhara John W. ws. N. Tennessee, bet. 
5th and 6th 

Marks Isaac, elk. Marks & Ehrlich, bds. 
Bates House 

Marks Moses (Marks & Ehrlich), 129 S. 
Illinois 

Marks & Ehrlich (Moses Marks and Jo- 
seph Ehrlich) clothing, 129 S. Illi- 
nois 

Marl Nicholas, shoemaker, r. 193 Huron 

Marmont Hugo, prop'r Jackson House, 
154 W. Washington, r. same 

Maroany Patrick, lab. r. 193 High 

Marone George, Lady's Room, Union de- 
pot, r. 441 S. Illinois 

Marone Tony, porter, Crossland, Maguire 
& Co. bds. 447 S. Illinois 

Maroney Michael, lab. Indianapolis tloll- 
ing Mill 

Marot John R. (J. & L. Marot), r. 233 E. 
Washington 

Marot J. & L. (John and Louis Marot). 
chairmakers, 25 S. Alabama 

Marot Lewis (J. & L. Marot), r. 233 E. 
Washington 

Marquarg Jacob, butcher, r. 99 N. Noble 

Marquis Joseph 0. expressman, r. 161 E. 
McCariy 

Marrarety Patrick, r. Bates 

Marsee John L. (Marsee & Son) bds. 203 
S. New Jersey, cor. South 

Marsee Joseph (Marsee & Son), r. 203 S. 
New Jersey, cor. South 



The Finest Goods in the city, No. 3, Odd Fellows' Hall. 



Sulgrove, Reynolds & Co., Manufacturers and dealers in Horse Collars^ 



MAR 



300 



MAR 



A. m. BEJ\^ HAITI & €0., 

Bates House Corner, 

Keeps the most complete assortment of 

Musical Merchandise, 

IN THE STATE. 



Marsee & Son (J. and J. L. Marsee), saw 
and planing mill, bet. S. NewJ^rsey 
and East, rear Little's Hotel 

Marsh Alfred, carriage trimmer, bds. 
Hamilton House 

Marsh D. M. traveling agent, Osgood, 
Smith & Co. r. 370 N. West 

Marsh Elias J. printer, Herald office, bds. 
35 Circle 

MARSH HARMON, occulist, office, room 
20 Millers blk. Illinois, r. 619 N. 
Meridian 

Marsh Henry B. (Case, Marsh & Wig- 
gins), r. 24 W. New York 

Marsh John, lab. r. 327 E. Michigan 

Marshall Benj. bricklayer, r. nr. Govern- 
ment stables 

Marshall Charles M. salesman, J. F. 
Ramsey, r. 32 S. Illinois 

Marshall C. M. Mrs. ladies' and child- 
rens' dressmaker, 17 N. Illinois, r. 
same 

Marshall Edward, City R. R. r. 226 Mas- 
sachusetts av. 

Marshall Elias, carpenter, r. 103 Hos- 
brook 

Marshall James, works at arsenal, bds. 
226 Massachusetts av. 

Marshall John, painter, bds. 67 N. Ala- 
bama 

Marshall John W. lab. r. 80 Oak 

Marshall Levi, carpenter, B. R. R. shop, 
r. 344 Winston 

Marshall Mattie MisSj dressmaker, r. 26 
Ewing 

Marshall N. F. paperhanger, Hume, 
Adams & Co. r. 74 Indiana av. 

Marshall R. F. painter, bds. 213 N. Penn- 
sylvania 

Marshall Kev. pastor, Fourth Presbyteri- 
an Church, r. 523 N. Tennessee 

Marston H. M. lab. I. & C. R. R. shops, 
bds. Mr. Lasey's Virginia av. 

Martain Richard (English & Martain), r. 
130 N. Illinois 

Marten Gustav, r. 25 S. Meridian 

Martin Bernhard, confectioner, M. B. 
Hummler, r. 299 N. East 

Martin B. L. Maj. paymaster, U. S. A. 
Eden's blk. room No. 2, bds. Little's 
Hotel 
Martin Dennis, salesman, Murphy, Ken- 
nedy & Co. bds. Sherman House 
Martin George, painter, Spiegel, Thoms 
& Co. bds. 392 N. Alabama 



Martin Gilbert, blacksmith, Michigan rd. 
nr. Toll Gate 

Martin Harry N. elk. Paymaster's office, 
Eden's blk. E. Market, bds. S. Illi- 
nois 

Martin Jesse (Martin & Hadley), r. Ma- 
ryland, sw. cor. Mississippi 

Martin H. C. (Martin & Hopkins), r. 302 
N. Delaware 

Martin Jesse (Martin & Hill), r. 157 W. 
Maryland 

Martin John H. (col'd), r. ws. N. Missis- 
sippi, bet. 1st and 2d 

Martin Joseph, tinsmith, Munson & John- 
ston, bds. 52 N. Noble 

IMartin J. W. carpenter, r. 166 Blake 

Martin. Louis, elk. H. Reese & Co. Ill 
and 113 W. Washington 

Martin Luther R. (Wiley & Martin), r. 10 

E. Michigan 

Martin Mark, engineer, Helwig, Roberts 
& Co. r. 126 N. Mississippi 

Martin Marmaduke D. salesman, Geo. K. 
Share & Co. bds. Ohio cor. Mis- 
sissippi 

Martin Patrick, elk. bds. 166 E. Market 

Martin P. elk. W. & H. Glenn, bds. Scott 
House 

Martin Richard, wagorimaker, r. 74 N. 
Illinois 

Martin Rob't, moulder, Sinker & Co. r. 
177 S. New Jersey 

Martin Robert, turner, r. 241 Union 

Martin Rudolph, blacksmith, Bellefon- 
taine R. R. shops, r. 13 Walter 

Martin William, r. 220 S. Noble 

Martin William, turner, r. 492| N. Mis- 
sissippi 

Martin Willis H. carpenter, bds. 257 In- 
diana av. 

Martin & Hadley (Jesse Martin and Cy- 
rus R. Hadley ), groceries and pro- 
visions, 125 W. Washington 

MARTIN & HILL (Jesse Martin and D. 

F. Hill), grocers, ret. 125 W. Wash- 
ington 

Martin & Hopkins (H. C. Martin and H. 
C. Hopkins), agts. Northwestern 
Mutual Life Ins. Co. room 9 Talbott 
& New's blk. Pennsylvania 

Martindale Elijah B. (W. I. Haskit & 
Co.), r. 163 Meridian 

Martindale E. B. (Martindale & Grubbs), 
r. ws. N. Meridian, beyond city 
limits 

Martindale Julia A. Mrs. seamstress, r. 
194 W. Georgia 

Martindale William, book-keeper, S. 
Kaufman, r. 287 E. Market 

MARTINDALE & GRUBBS (E. B. Mar- 
tindale and D. W. Grubbs), attorneys 
at law, 4 and 5 Talbott & New's blk. 

Martins Charles E. (Conklin & Martins), 
bds. Palmer House 



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Martz H. K. millwright, r. 179 N. Noble 

MartzdorfiF Adolph, elk. A. Metzner & Co. 
r. at store 

Masher George W. carriagemaker, B. C. 
Shaw, r. Pennsylvania, bet. New York 
and Market 

Maskill Dennis, lab. r. N. Illinois, bet. 
4th and 6th 

Maskill Pat. lab. bds. N. Illinois, bet. 4th 
and 5th 

Mason Benjamin (Mason & Son), r. Pal- 
mer House 

Mason Benjamin, messenger, American 
Express Co. 

Mason David, gasfitter, Cottrell & 
Knight 

Mason Edwin, prescription elk. J. F. 
Senour, bds. 152 N. Tennessee, cor. 
Ohio 

Mason Hampton (col'd), saloon keeper, r. 
243 N. West 

Mason John (eol'd), barber, under Spen- 
cer House, bds. 209 W. North 

Mason Luther C. student, PURDY'S 
BUSINESS COLLEGE 

Mason M. (col'd), eating saloon, Illinois, 
cor. Louisiana, r. North, bet. Missou- 
ri and West 

Mason Madison (col'd), barber, r. 184 W. 
Missouri 

Mason R. W. tobacconist, P. M. May & 
Co. bds. Ray House 

Mason Tyler A. (Mason & Son), r. Palmer 
House 

Mason & Son (Benjamin Mason and Ty- 
ler A. Mason), prop'rs Palmer 
House, W. Washington, se. cor. Illi- 
nois 

Masoner Simon, welldigger, r. 58 Hos- 
brook 

MASONIC HALL, Washington, se. cor. 
Tennessee 

Mass Andrew, engineer, r. 483 E. Georgia 

MASSEY FREDERICK L post adjutant, 
office 124 S. Meridian, bds. Pennsyl- 
vania, cor. Market 

Massey Lt., Col. Simmon's office, bds. 52 
N. Pennsylvania 

Massej' Jackson (col'd), works, E. B. 
Martindale 

Massin William, lab. Indianapolis Roll- 
ing Mill 

Mather Charles, employee, B. R. R. bds. 
292 E. Market 

Mather John, engineer, I. & G. R. R. shop, 
r. 189 Bates 

Mather Margaret, waiter. Oriental House 

iMathers Joseph, r. N. Illinois, 1 square 
N. of Street R. R. terminus 

Mathews G. drayman, r. 2(39 S. Alabama 

Mathews Cyrus, carpenter, r. 337 S. East 

Mathews C. fruit dealer, r. 212 E. Wash- 
ington 



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Mathews Frederick, engineer, Jefferson- 
ville R. R. r. 219 Virginia av. 

Mathews James, carpenter, bds. 337 S. 
East 

Mathews Joseph K. carpenter, al. bet. 
Pennsylvania and Meridian, Ohio 
and -Market, r. 360 N. New Jersey 

Mathews •'. F. elk. Leathers & Carter, r. 
360 N. New Jersey 

Mathews M. Mrs. wid. r. 237 N. Noble 

Mathews Silas (Huey & Mathews), bda. 
Scott House 

Mathis John T. salesman, C. Wittenberg, 
r. at store 

Matlock Charles, elk. bds. 333 N. Illinois 

Matlock James M. book-keeper. Sawyer 
& Hasselman, r. 221 E. North 

Matlock William, elk. mustering office, r. 
333 N. Illinois 

Matlock William, conductor, City R. R. 
bds. 333 N. Illinois 

Matson Edward P. printer, bds Edward's 
House 

Matson S. Sinclair, picture dealer, 9 Mas- 
sachusetts av. r. same 

Mattee S. E. lab. bds. Georgia 

Matteson E. L. foreman, bookbindery, 
Hall & Hutchinson, bds. Edward's 
House 

Matthes Clemens (Matthes & Ries), r.212 
E. Washington 

Matthes & Ries (Clemens Matthes and 
Christopher Ries), fruits, fish, game, 
oysters, vegetables, etc., 90 E. Wash- 
ington 

Matthews S. artist, bds. Pyle House, Me- 
ridian, cor. Ohio 

Mattis George B. (Mattis & Carico), r. 39 
Bright 

MATTIS & CARICO (George B. Mattis 
and James L. Carico), carpenters 
and builders, 44 Kentucky av. 

Mattler Peter, prop'r, Washington House, 
181 S. Meridian 

MATTLER STEPHEN, saloon, 92 E, 
Washington, r. 314 E. Ohio 

Mattron Jacob, elk. r, 121 N. Illinois 

Matz John, boots and shoes, 182 W. Wash- 
ington 

Mauldin James (Mauldin & Adams), bds. 
Bates House 

Mauldin & Adams (James Mauldin, and 
John VV. Adams), boots and shoes, 
whol. and ret. 49 and 53 W. Wash- 
ington 



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Took the First Premiums at the 

INDIANA STATE FAIR 

In 1862, 1863 and 1864. 
BENHAM & CO. ARE THE AGENTS IN INDIANA. 

Maurer John, moulder, Root & Co. r. 52 

Greer 
Maus Casper, (Casper Maus & Co.), r. 

32 S. Alabama 
Maus Casper & Co. (Casper Maus and 
George Kalb), brewers, al. bet. Dela- 
ware and Alabama, Washington and 
Maryland 
Mauseman Frederick, lab. Butsch & Dick- 
son 
Maxfield George W. farmer, r. 298 Ten- 
nessee, C0I-. North 
Maxwell John M. (Poraeroy, Fry & Co.), 

r. 38:^ N. Meridian 
Maxwell J. Fi. book-keeper, J. C. Fergu- 
son, r. 466 N. Meridian 
Maxwell Milton, at Pomeroy, Fry & Co. 

r. 330 N. Meridian 
May Andrew, cooper, r. 125 S. East 
May Asbury, bds. 354 S. Delaware 
May Edward, (May & Lupton), r. 171 N. 

Pennsylvania 
May Emery (E. May & Co.), r. 75 Penn- 
sylvania 
May E. J. merchant, r. 16 Henry 
May E. & Co. (Emery May and Chauncy 
Montgomery), loan office, 34 S. Illi- 
nois 
May Henry, lab. bds. McCarty, bet. Del- 
aware and Alabama 
May John, drayman, r. 155 E. McCarty 
May Lawrence, tinsmith, I. L. Frankem, 

r. 361 S. Alabama 
May Pinckney M. (P. M. May & Co.), r. 

St. Louis 
May P. M. & Co. (Pinckney M. May, Da- 
vid K. Pitman and Benjamin R. 
Shore), mnfrs. of chewing tobacco, 
83, 85 and 87 E. South 
May R. F. boots and shoes, 10 N. Pennsyl- 
vania, r. 22 VV. St. Clair 
May & Lupton (Ed. May and George 

Lupton), loan office, 18J S. Illinois 
Mayar Timothy, blacksmith, Central R. 

R. shop, r. 476 E. Georgia 
Mayberry William H. elk. Q. M. Dept. 

bds. 340 N. Illinois 
Mayer Anthony, saloon, 401 E. Washing- 
ton, r. same 
Mayer Charles, barkeeper, r. 184 S. Del- 
aware 
MAYER CHARLES, whoL and ret. deal- 
er in Yankee notiens, fancy goods, 
toys, etc. 29 W. Washington, r, 285 
N. Illinois, cor. North 



Mayer Chas. saloon, 228 E. Washington, 

r. SMme 
Mayer Daniel, hib. Terre Haute engine 

shop, r. 172 Union 
Mayer Frank elk. 201 Virginia av. r. 176 

S. Noble ' 

Mayer Frank, lab. r. 129 E. Merrill 
Mayer Fied. cabinetmaker, Sloan, Burk 

& Woollen, bds. 173 S. Delaware 
Mayer Frederick, carpenter, r. 247 S. 

Delaware 
Mayer Frederick, drayman, r. 159 Union 
Mayer F. carpenter, r. 339 S. Delaware 
Mayer Jacob, finisher, D. Root & Co. bds. 

Williarti Kolb's 
Mayer Jacob H. bds. ]8 S. Pennsylvania 
Mnyer John, lab. r. 150 Winston 
Mayer John, carpenter, r. 327 S. Dela- 
ware 
Mayer John F. umbrella mnfr. r. 123 St. 

Joseph 
Mayer John, jr. lab. r. 150 Winston 
Mayer Joseph, harnessmaker, Sulgrove, 

Reynolds & Co. bds. Scott House 
Mayer Joseph, ( Mayer & Rheinheimer), 

r. 250 S. .Meridian 
Mayer Mrs. wid. r. 110 W. Mississippi 
Mayer William, elk. Charles Kemfer, r. 

224 Union 
Mayer & Rheinheimer (Jos. Mayer and 

N. Rheinheimer), clothiers, 28 W. 

Louisiana 
ALayers C. brassmoulder, J. Davis & Co. 

r. 79 S Liberty 
Mayers Xavier, stoveraounter, D. Root & 

Co. r. 322 S. Delaware 
Mayers James, carpenter, r. ns. Missis- 
sippi, bet. 2d and 3d 
Mavers John, carpenter, r. 327 Winston 
Mayers William, lab. C. & L C. R. R. 

shops 
Mayfield L. S. student. National Business 

College 
Mayham William, traveling agt. J. & D. 

Duncan, 77 S. Meridian 
Mayhew Annie Miss, actress, r. 25 E, 

Circle 
Mayhew Elisha, broker, r. N. West, nr. 

city limits 
Mayhew Enoch C. (Mayhew & Bran- 
ham), bds. 59 W. Maryland 
Mayhew J. N. elk. L. W. Moses, r. N. 

West, nr. city limits 
MAYHEW 0. F. with W. H. Loomis, r. 

23 E. Circle 
Mayhew Parish L. (Ray, Mayhew &Co.), 

bds. E. Marketj cor. East 
Mayhew Royal Mrs. r. Michigan rd. 
Mayhew & Branham (Enoch C. Mayhew 
and Edward M. Branham), boots and 

shoes, wbol. 129 S. Meridian 
Mayo Edward H. (E. H. Mayo & Co.), r. 

60 S. Pennsylvania 



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Mayo E. II. & Co. (Edward H. Mayo, and 
E. C. Hill), boots and shoes, Glenn's 
blk. 
Mayor's (office, room 5 Glenn's blk. E. 

Washington 
Mead Micii.iel, boarding house, r. 292 

Winston 
Meade Jam -s M. machinist, McCord k 

Wheatlcy, r. 50 Fore.st av. 
Meade Jamts, lab. McCord & VVheatley, 

r. 50 Forest av. 
Means William C. tobacconist, r. 238 

Railroad av. 
Meaders William II. carpenter, r. 494 N. 

Mississippi 
Mears George W. physician and surgeon, 
Washington, sw. cor. Meridian, r. 
Meridian, nw. cor. Vermont 
Mechaley John, carpenter, r. ws. N. Ten- 
nessee, bet. od and 4th 
Mechaley John B. carpenter, bds. ws. N. 

Tennessee, bet. 3d a"nd 4th 
Meek Alonzo, engineer, 1. & C. R. R. r. 

273 E. ISouth 
Meek R. L. with S. D. Meek, bds. 17 Ken- 
tucky av. 
Meek S. D. livery and sale stables, 42 S. 

Pennsylvania, bds. Kentucky av. 
Meel Julius, saloon, 220 S. Meridian, r. 

same 
Msgrew Lizzie 0. Mrs. photographic 
printer, T. J. Davies, bds. 124 N. 
Missouri 
Meier Christena, servant, r. 70 N. Missis- 
sippi 
Meier Henry (Roeth & Meierj, bds. East, 

cor. Washington 
Meier Louis, dry goods and notions, Ft. 

Wayne av. r. 201 St. Mary 
Meikel Frederick, student, bds. 113 N. 

Mississippi 
Meikel Henry, bds. 263 N. Davidson 
Meikel John, bds. 263 N. Davidson 
Meikel John Phillip, brewer, 215 W. Ma- 
ryland, r. 213 W. A^aryland 
Meikel Lizzie C. Miss, r. 21 S. Pennsyl- 
vania 
Meikel Martin (Liner & Martin), r. 113 

N. Mississippi 
Meikel Mary C. wid. Philip, r. 113 N. 

Mississippi 
Meikel Philip, carpenter, B. R. R. shop, r. 

263 N. Davidson 
Meikel Philip, printer. Journal office 
Melling Charles, teamster, r. 47 Douglass 
Mellville E. lab. Osgood, Smith & Co. 
Melville Robert B. cuiter, Glaser, Miichel 
& Co. r. 120 Tennessee, bet. Market 
and Ohio 
Melville Tnomas, lab. r. 383 E. Ohio 
Melvin Edward, lab. peg and last factory, 

r. 147 W. South 
Mendel Moses, salesman, A. Kahn, bds. 
Hotel DeMoos 

Velvet Cloaks at No 



Office 35 EMarkei St, 

ACCUMULATED CAPITAL OVER 

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Mendell Frank (Lindnuer & Co.) 

Meng Peter G. carpenter, Spiegel, Thorns 

& Co. bds. E. Ohio, nr. cor. Noble 
Menger Fred, driver. H. F. West k Co. 
Meranda John (Latta & Meranda), r. 113 

S. Illinois 
Merchants' Despatch, G. M. Balhird, agU 

19 Virginia av. 
Merchants' National Bank, Hetiry 
Schnull, pres. V, T. Malott, cash. 23 
N. Meridian 
Meredith Albert, mnrbleworker, 64 E, 

Market, bds. 74 N. Pennsylvania 
Meredith Edward, sawmaker. r. 26 Henry 
Meredith Samuel, mail elk. Journal otiice, 
r. ws. N. Blackford, bet,. Vermont 
and Michigan 
Meridiih America, wid. r. ws N. Missis- 
sippi, bet, 3d and 4th 
Meridith Emma Mrs. r. 284 N. New Jer- 
sey 
Meridith Richard, carpenter, bds. 464 N. 

Delaware 
Merkel Joseph, tobacconist, P. M. May & 

Co. bds. 22 Fletcher av. 
Merriam Edwin D. bds. 92 N. Pennsyl- 
vania 
Merrick John, printer, Ben Frankliu 
Printing House, bds. S. Mississippi, 
nr. Washington 
Merrill Ellen, r. 244 W. New York 
Merrill John S. letter clerk Dist. H. Q. 70 

E. Market 
Merrill Minerva, r. 244 W. New York 
Merrill Samuel (Merrill & Co.), r, 207 S. 

Alabama 
Merrill William H. D. student, Bryant & 

Stratton, r. 244 W. New York 
Merrill & Co. (Samuel Merrill and Mrs. 
J, M. Moores), publishers, booksellers 
and stationers, 35 E. Washington 
Merritt B. (Dury, Merritt & Wightman), 

r. 562 N. Pennsylvania 
Merritt George (Merritt & Couffhlen), r. 

172 N. West 
Merritt J.J. photographic stock depot, 

62 N. Illinois 
MERRITT & COUGHLEiN, (George Mer- 
ritt and William Coughlen), woolea 
factors, Washington, cor. Water 
Merrily Washington (col'd), lab. r. 20T 

W. North 
Merryman Edward F. bookbinder, Wm. 
& J. Braden, r. es. Alabama, bet. 
Walnut and St. Clair 
3, Odd Fellows' Hall. 



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M0$IO8TORE 

BATES HOUSE CORNER. 



Meiz Aunette Mrs. midwife, r. 15 S. Ala- 
bama 

Meriz Frederick, salesman, Jacob Voeg- 
tle, r. 15 S. /Alabama 

Merz Joseph, cleik, bds. 15 S. Alabama 

Messenger Lyman, carpenter, arsenal, r. 
139 Ft. Wayne av. 

Messick Thomas, clerk. Little's Hotel, 
hds. same 

METROPOLITAN THEATRE, Valentine 
Butsch, proprietor, VV. H. Riley, man- 
ager, Washington, ne. cor. Tennes- 
see 

Metzger Alexander (Metzger&Striblen), 
r. 385 N. Pennsylvania 

METZGER E. J. prop. Ind. Free Press, 
and Ben Franklin Job Rooms, 13 W. 
Maryland, r. 91 N. East 

Metzger Jacob (Voegtle <'« Metzger), r. 
St. Clair, nw. cor. Delaware 

Metzger & Striblen, (Alexander Metzger 
and C. C A. Striblen), real est. and 
claim agents, Odd Fellows' Hall 

Metzler John, barkeeper W. Selking, bds. 
with same 

Metzner Adolph (A. Metzner & Co.), r. 
318 E. Market 

Metzner A. & t o. (Adolph Metzner and 
Frank Erdelmeyer), drugs and med- 
icines, 91 E. Washington 

Meusentamp Wm. bib. r. 42 Elm 

Meyer Anthony, saloon, 401 E. Washing- 
ton, r. same 

Meyer Charles, waiter, Louis Lang & Co. 
r. S. Delaware, nr. South 

Meyer Christ, carpenter, r. 275 E. Ohio, 
cor. East 

Meyer Cliristian F. picture frame maker, 
n. Lieber & Co. r. Liberty, bet. Mich- 
igan and Vermont 

Meyer Frederick, carpenter, r. 23 N. Lib- 
erty 

Meyer George F. (G. F. Meyer & Co.), 
also ('ounty Treasurer, r. 180 North 
Delaware 

MEYER GEORGE F. & CO. (George F. 
Meyer and William Kugelman), to- 
bacconists, 35 W. Washington 

Meyer Ludwig, drayman. Washington 
Foundry, r. 98 N. Davidson, sw. cor. 
Ohio 

Meyer Martin, fancy turner, 19 S. Ala- 
bama, r. same 

Meyer Peter, brewer, John Meikel, bds. 
215 W. Maryland 



Meyer Simon, clerk, 89 S. Illinois, bds. 
Scott House 

Meyers Andy, carpenter, B. R. R. shop 

Meyers Catherine, wid. Joseph, bds. 33 
Ellsworth 

Meyers Christ, carpenter, r. ws. Tennes- 
see, bet. 2d and 3d 

Meyers Emma Miss, boards 24 Indiana 
av. 

Meyers Henry, clerk, S. Kahn & Bro. bds. 
Scott House 

Meyers Jacob 0. (Bland, Meyers & Wood- 
bury), r. 181 W. Georgia 

.Meyers James M. real estate agent, r. es. 
Illinois, bet. Isi and 2d 

.Meyers John, clerk, r. 485 N. Alabama 

Meyers Phelix, carpenter, r. 290 E. Wash- 
ington 

Meyers William, lab. bds. 365 East Mar- 
ket 

Michael Charles P. r. 370 W. Vermont 

Michael Elizabeth Mrs. r. 240 Railroad 
av. 

Michael Henry, carpenter, r. 112 Ben- 
ton 

Michaels John, teamster, r. 69 East Mc- 
Carty 

Michel Philip, machinist, Ruschhaupt, 
Zschech & Berg, r. 246 Railroad av. 

Michelfelder John, lab. State Armory, r. 
236 N. Noble 

.Mick W. E. (Mick & Co.), r. 166 N. Ala- 
bama 

Mick J. F. (Mick & Co.), r. 390 N. Dela- 
ware 

Mick & Co. (W. E. and J. F. Mick), pro- 
duce and com. merAiants, 33 S. Me- 
ridian 

Mickey William, painter, bds. 184 S. Del- 
aware 

Middleton H. Capt. (A. D. C.) H. Q. 70 
E. Market 

Miessen Alfred, watchmaker, George Fel- 
ler, bds. East end of Market 

Miefsen Julius, confectioner, r. 293 East 
Market 

Milam William H. student, PURDY'S 
BUSINESS COLLEGE 

.Milcham Joseph M. foreman car repairs, 
B. R. R. r. 261 N. Davidson 

Mildenberger Henry, printer, Ben Frank- 
lin Prinang House, bds. Commercial 
Hotel 
Milender William (Milender & Clancey), 

r. 314 N. Alabama 
Milender & Clancey, (William Milender 
and Martin Clancey), house and sign 
painters, 8 West Washington, up 
stairs 
Military Head Quarters District of Indi- 
ana, 70 E. Market 
Military Post U. S. A. 124 S. Meridian, 
Col. J. S. Simonson, Commanding 
Post 



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Millard Elisha, freight, clerk, C. & I. C. 
R. R. r. Michigan road, east of cor- 
poration / 
Miller Albert. C. fireman, Central n^. R. 

bds. 320 E. Washington ,/ 

Miller Anthony, carpenter, r. 229 E. Ver- 
mont, r. same 
Miller Anthony, drayman, r. 244 S. Ten- 
nessee 
Miller Aug. school teacher, r. 29 Fletcher 

av. 
MILLER A. R. photographic gallery, 43J 

E. Washington, r. 143 N. Delaware 
Miller August, drayman, bds. 571 Saint 

Clair 
Miller B. W. student, National Business 

College 
Miller Catherine Miss, milliner, r. 142 N. 

New Jersey 
Miller Charles, plasterer, bds. 101 N. Mis- 
sissippi 
Miller Christ, watch repairer, 79 S. Illi- 
nois 
Miller Christian, lab. r. 230 N. Davidson 
Miller C. E. (Miller & Dial), r. N. Illi- 

nois. cor. 5th 
Millei- Daniel, grocer, 155 W. Washing- 
ton, r. same 
Miller Daniel, grocer, es. N. Mississippi, 

bet. 1st and 2d, r. same 
Miller Edward, soldier, r. 269 E. Ohio 
Miller Edwin, agent, bds. 85 N. Noble 
Miller Emily, wid. r. 271 W. Vermont 
Miller E. W. lab. I. & M. depot, r. 170 

Madison av. 
Miller E. W. Mrs. r. 373 Delaware 
Miller Fred, cafpenter, r. 21 Biddle 
Miller George, shoemaker, S. Wachters, 

r. 2ti2 S. Delaware 
Miller George, blaeksmith, George Lowe, 

r. 525 E. Market 
Miller G. W. physician, 252 N. Illinois, 

r. 264 N. Illinois 
Miller Henry, brickmasou, r. John, cor. 

Peru 
Miller Henry, carpenter, r. 304 E. Ohio 
Miller Henry, carpenter, 30 S. New Jer- 
sey, r. 360 N. East 
Miller Henry (Miller & Shauf), r. Ohio, 

cor. Liberty 
Miller Henry, grocer, Noble, cor. Michi- 
gan, r. same 
Miller Henry, lab. r. 198 N. Missouri 
Miller Henry, printer. Daily Telegraph, 

bds. Volks Garden, E. Washington 
Miller Henry, stair builder, 360 N. East, 

r. same 
Miller Isaac, peddler, r. 115 McCarty 
Miller Jubez, helpei-, Ind. Rolling Mill, 

bds. 67 Norwood 
Miller Jacob, barkeeper, William Ess- 
man 
Miller Jacob, elk. Weinberger & Muller, 
r. 62 W. Louisiana 



PAID OVER 

$40,000 IN LOSSES 

During the year 1865. 



Miller Jacob, salesman, Louis P. Muller, 
jr. bds 72 W. Louisiana - 

Miller Jacob R. r. 231 W. Vermont 

Miller Jacob V. r. 12 Indiasii av. 

Miller James B. painter, r. 172 Virginia 
av. 

Miller Jessie, hack driver, r. 198 N. Mis- 
souri 

Miller Jessie F. daguerreotype artist, r. 
on L. R. R. track, bet 1st and 2d 

Miller Joel F. elk. r. 271 W. Vermont 

Miller John, drayman, r, 571 E. Saint 
Clair 

Miller John, cooper, bds. Spencer House 

Miller John, lab. C. F. Schmidt's brew- 
ery, r. 424 S East 

Miller John, machinist. Case, Marsh & 
Wiggins, bds. S. Tennessee, bet. Loui- 
siana and W. South 

Miller John, porter, Mooney & Co. r. 114 
Bluff rd. 

Miller John, tailor, r. 60 Railroad 

Miller John A. D. carpenter and builder, 
. r. 470 N. East 

Miller Joseph, shoemaker. 111 S. Illinois, 
r. 262 S. Delaware 

Miller Josephine, servant, 140 N. Ten- 



Miller J. upholsterer, bds. Scott House 
Miller J. M. spoke turner, Osgood, Smith 

& Co. 
Miller J. V. R. Rev. r.433 N. Pennsylva- 
nia 
Miller Leonard, tailor, r. 118 E. Pratt 
Miller Letta A. wid. Thomas, r. 175 E. 

Washington 
Miller Lewis, tailor, r. Louckerbee, bet. 

Noble and Liberty 
Miller Louis, blacksmith, bds. 98 N. Da- 
vidson, sw. cor. Ohio 
Miller Louisa, wid. r. 116 N. Noble 
Miller Margaret M. Mrs. boarding house, 

r. 370 E. Washington 
Miller Mark D. r. 178 N. Noble 
Miller Mary, r. 198 N. Missouri 
Miller P. F. bds. 169 Saint Joseph 
Miller Reinhold, watchmaker and jew- 
eler, 79 S. Illinois, r. same 
Miller Rudolph, upholsterer, Hume, Ad- 
ams & Co. bds. Scott House 
Miller Solomon, carpenter, r, 31 S. New 

Jersey 
Miller Spencer, lab. CoEtrell & Knight 
Miller S. S. plasterer, bds. 178 N. Noble 



W. G. Dabbs, 21 and 23 Circle St., bet. Market and Meridian. 



Sulgrove, Reynolds &. Co. 


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Wholesale and Retail Agents 

ForthesiileofKnabe&Co.'s 

GoM Medal Pianos, 



Miller Theodore, I. & J. freight depot, r. 
330 Kailioad av. 

Miller Thomas J. fanner, bds.231 S. Mis- 
sippi * 

Miller Tliomas P. boarding house, 178 N. 
Noble 

Miller William, chairmaker, Spiegel, 
Thorns & Co. r. 115 N. Noble 

Miller William, elk Union R R. ticket 
office, bds. 2 S. Illinois 

Miller William, fireman, B. R. R. 

Miller William, genl. ticket agt. Union 
Depot, bds. 2 Indiana av. cor. Ohio 

Miller William, hack driver, r. 198 N. 
Missouri 

Miller William, lab. r. 196 W^ Washing- 
ton 

Miller William, mechanic, E. C. Atkins, 
bds. Ray House 

Miller & Dial (C. E Miller and F. A 
Dial), patent right agts. Eden's blk. 
E. Market, Room No. 3. 

Miller & Shauf (Henry Miller and Val- 
entine Sliauf), carpenters and build- 
ers, 126 N. New Jersey 

Milliken Samuel, druggist, bds. 161 N. 
Davidson 

Milliner Davis, r. 340 E. New York 

Millis Jewell, elk. Oriental House, r. 
same 

Millerman Charles, lab. Spiegel, Thorns 
& <'o. r. 124 Saint Joseph 

Millerman Christian, cabinetmaker, r. S. 
New Jersey, one square south of 
brewery 

Mills David, stable keeper, Gates & Pray, 
r. 74 North 

Mills Frank M. Miss, elk. R. A. Camp- 
bell, bds. 215 W. Ohio 

Mills Layion, stable keeper, r. 180 Mas- 
sachusetts av. 

Milton H.T. carpenter, r. 388 Indiana av. 

Milton Jane (col'd], works 442 N. Penn- 
sylvania 

Mims Joseph, carpenter, bds. 512 N. Mis- 
sissippi 

Minehan Kate, wid. Philip, r. 568 E. 
Washington 

Miner Margaret Mrs. wid. r. 31 Indiana 
av. 

Miner Wyllis, elk. bds. 239 W. Market 

Miner W. R book-keeper, Connely, Wiles 
& Co. bds. 11. B. Emmerson's 

Minger Fred. elk. bds. 474 E. Washing- 
ton 

Furs of all kinds at No 



Minick David C. (D. C. Miuick & Co.), 
bds. 17 W. Washington 

MINICK D. C. & CO. (David C. Minick 
and Hamilton B. White), real es- 
tate and claim agts. 17 W. Wash- 
ington, room 2 

Minick Hiram, r. 347 S. Pennsylvania 

Mink Mary^ servant, r. 172 N. Missis- 
sippi 

Mink Philip, mechanic, r. 274 S. Missis- 
sippi 

Minnahau Andrew, lab. r. 276 S. Dela- 
ware 

Minnick Ellen Mrs. bds. Little's Hotel 

Minter Herman (Frese & Minter), r. S. 
Delaware, cor. Virginia av. 

Mission Sabbath School (Baptist), Noble, 
bet. South and Huron 

Mission Sunday School, Madison av. cor 
Merrill 

Mitchel Jacob (Glazer, Mitchel & Co.), r 
36 N. East 

Mitchell Burrel (cold), barber, r. 230 N 
Missouri 

Mitchell James L. (Ketcham & Mitchell) 
bds. 108 Virginia av. 

Mitchell Mary, wid. Henry B. r. end W. 
Washington 

Mitchell M. J. Miss (col'd), dressmaker, 
bds. 229 N. Tennessee 

Mitchell William, foreman, Gcorcie Lowe, 
r. 282 E. Saint Clair 

Mitchell William (col'd), teamster, r. 116 
Ash 

Mitchell William M. carriage malor, r. 
282 Saint Clair 

Mittay I. barkeeper, r. 347 E. Nev,- York 

Mitten Geo. A freight conductor, 1. & C. 
R. R. r. 109 Harrison 

Mittey William, barkeeper, John Eurich, 
r. 141 E. New York 

Mix L. W. (Spencer & Mix), bds. H. N. 
Delaware 

Mock Martin, elk. Joseph Staub, r. 99 N. 
Noble 

Mock Martin, tailor, r 99 N. Noble 

Mock Samuel, elk. N. Landauer, bds. 
Sherman House 

Mock Thomas, carpenter, r. Blake, bet. 
Ohio and Market 

Mode .Michael (C. Karle & Co.), r. 229 N. 
Nolde 

Moesch Theodore, baker and confectioner 
80 E. Washington, r. same 

Moffit John W. dentist, r. Mississippi, nr. 
Lafayette depiot 

Moffitt John, printer, Wm. & J. Braden, 
r. 237 S. New Jersey 

Moffitt Hugh, bds. Wabash al. bet. Lib- 
erty and Noble, Market and Ohio 

Moffitt Oliver I. printer, Ben. Franklin 
office, r. 237 S. New Jersej 

Moffitt Robert, printer, Ben Franklin 
office, bds. 79 N- Pennsylvania 

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MoflBtt Sarah Mrs. r. 237 S. New Jersey 
Moffitt William, elk. Browning & Sloan, 

r. Mississippi, nw. cor. New York 
Mogge Richard, Hilgemier & Co. r. 38 

Wyoming 
Mohrau Hanora Miss, diningroom maid, 

Spencer House 
Moist M. G. elk. T. D. Whitney, 255 In- 
diana av. bds. 257 
Moist M. G. (Burns & ttloist), bds. 293 

Indiana av. 
MoUoy Rodger, saloon, 82 E. South, r. 

same 
Maloney James, carpenter, r. 119 Massa- 
chusetts av. 
Moloney John, shoe dealer, 56 S. Illinois, 

r. same 
Molter Louis, student, PURDY'S BUSI- 
NESS COLLEGE 
Molton James, machinist, bds. Tennessee, 

bet. Louisiana and South 
Monaghan Patrick T. boot and shoemak- 
er, r. Merrill, bet. East and Virginia 

av. 
Monaghan Timothy, shoemaker, L. Siers- 

dorfer & Bro. r. E. Georgia, nr. city 

limits 
Monahan Charles, hooker, Ind. Rolling 

Mill 
Monahan John, piler, Ind. Rolling Mill 
Monahan Pat. hooker, Ind. Rolling Mill 
Monahnn Thos. lab. r. Merrill, bet. West 

and River 
Monan Mrs. r. 22 Nelson's al. 
Mone William, bricklayer, bds. IH W. 

New York 
MONTFORT ISAAC W. COL., Indiana 

State Military Agt. 79 W. Washing- 
ton, r. 355 N. Alabama 
Moninger Jacob, mail contractor, r. 115 

N. Davidson 
Monighan John, lab. r. 17 Maple 
Monigar Daniel, saloon, 20 Kentucky av. 

r. 386 Tennessee, cor. St. Clair 
Monohan Ctttherine, wid. John, r. 272 S. 

Tennessee 
Monroe Felix T. foreman Gazette, 34 S. 

Meridian, r. 144 Indiana av. 
Monroe John, carpenter, r. 194 E. Mc- 

Carty 
Monroe John F. carpenter, r. 196 E. Mc- 

Carty 
Montague Martha Mrs. r. 105 S. New 

Jersey 
Montague Mary E. Miss, r. 105 S. New 

Jersey 
Monteith Fannie E. dress and cloak 

maker, Mrs. M. Patterson, r. 127 E. 

South 
Montete John, carpenter, r. 127 E. South 
Montgomery Andrew, shoemaker, r. 505 

N. Meridian 
Montgomery Chauncey (E. May & Co.), r. 

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Montgomery David, lab. bds. 75 Nor- 
wood 

Montgomery Samuel, carpenter, r. 235 
Madison av. 

Montgomery Thomas (Harness & Mont- 
gomery), r. 222 E. Washington 

Mood Robert, miichinist, I & C. R. R. 
shops, r. 103 Forest av. 

Moody Bros. (C. W. Moody and E. R. 
Moody), drugs and medicines, whol. 
and ret. Indiana av. cor. Tennessee 

Moody Charles W. (Moody Bros.), r. 51 
Indiana av. 

Moody E. R. (Moody Bros.), r. ns. W. 
Vermont, bet. Tennessee and Missis- 
sippi 

Moody George A. elk. Moody Bros. r. 82 
James 

Moody Mike, shoemaker, r. 229 N. Noble 

Mooney J. E. (Mooney & Co.), bds. 152 
N. Mississippi 

Mooney & Co. (J. E. Mooney and A. S. 
Mount), hides and leather, etc. 147 
S. Meridian 

Moore Caroline Mrs. r. 199 E. Washing- 
ton 

Moore Clem C. salesman, C. E. Geisen- 
dortf & Co. bds. 87 W. Market 

Moore <;. G. elk. Collector Internal Rev- 
enue, bds. with Theodore Haughey 

Moore C. P. carpenter, Helwig, Roberts & 
Co. bds. Mrs. Dunning's, N. Tennes- 
see 

Moore D. D. Mrs r. 23 E. Michigan 

Moore Fanny S. Mrs. r. 34 W. Ohio 

Moore Frank, elk. S. Kahu & Bro. bds. 
Rhodius' Restaurant 

Moore George T. (Kightley & Moore), r. 
ns. Vermont, bet. East and New Jer- 
sey 

Moore George W. r. 324 E. New York 

Moore G. C. elk. Supt. Public Instruction, 
bds. 61 S. Noble 

Moore H. A. (Frink & Co.), r. ?3 W. St. 
Joseph 

Moore H. H. physician, 296 E. Ohio, up 
stairs, r. 298 E. Ohio 

Moore Isaac, lab. Telegraph Co. r. 415 E. 
Washington 

Moore James, lab. r. 278 S. Delaware 

Moore James P. cooper, William Baird, 
bds. W. iNJaryland 

Moore John (col'd), harnesamaker, Sul- 
grove, Reynolds & Co. r. ws. Bates, 



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Comprises all the Latest. Publications. 
Call ami see them at the 

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Moore John, elk. r. 419 N. Illinois 
Moore John L. elk. r. Illinois, bet. 'id and 

3d 
Moore John M. (W. I. Haskit & Co.), r. 

419 N. Illinois 
Moore John W. shoemaker, W. Merrill, 

bet.. River and West 
Moore Joseph, lab. r. 66 Eddy 
Mooie Joseph A. book-keeper, Indianap- 
olis Branch Banking Co. r. N. Meri- 
dian, nr. Blind Asylum 
N Moore Joshua, lab. r. 21 Maple 

Moore J. W. boot and shoemaker, J. Wert, 

r. West 
xMoore Michael, helper, Ind. Rolling Mill 
Moore Michael, lab. r. 294 Railroad av. 
Moore Nicholas, railroader, r. 384 S.Del- 
aware 
Moore Patrick, lab. r. 330 S. Delaware I 
Moore Philip, photographer, r. 27 Ells- 
worth 
i\Ioore Richard, tailor, 67 West, r. same 
Moore R H. carpenter, r. 406 S. Tennes- 
see 
Moore Samuel, lab. r. 311 W. Market 
Moore Thomas, lab. r. 300 Walnut 
Moore Thomas Claxton, book keeper, 
Murphy, Kennedy & Co. r. 23 E. 
Michigan 
Moore Thomas C. blacksmith, cor. Vir- 
ginia av. and corporation line, r. 653 
Virginia av. 
Moore William, saloon, 219 E. Washing- 
ton, r. S. Noble, ur. Cincinnati R. R. 
track 
Moore William, plasterer, r. 395 Massa- 
chusetts av. 
Moore W. L. book-keeper, Lockhart & 

Co. r. 201 N. Liberty 
Moorehouse William L. elk. r. 228 E. 

New York 
Moores C. W. Mrs. r. 145 E. Merrill 
Moores Jane M. Mrs. (Merrill & Co.), r. 

83 Merrill 
Moorehead Robert L. livery stable, 35 N. 

Illinois, bds. 135 W. New York 
Mooring John, lab. r. 92 S. Liberty 
Moorman J. J. news agt r. 228 S. Dela- 

wai'e 
Mooseraan L. Mrs. r. 402 S. Delaware 
Moraety Daniel, lab. r. 248 S. Delaware 
Moran Ellen Miss, waiter, Spencer House 
Moran Johanna Miss, waiter, Spencer 

House 
Moran John, lab. Ind. Rolling Mill 

Gloves and Hosiery, at 



Moran John, engineer, bds. 113 Spring 

Moran Samuel (Cornelius & Moran), r. 6 
Buchanan 

Moras Joseph, grocer and produce dealer, 
243 Bluff rd. r. same 

Morgan Daniel, cooper, r. 310 Blake 

Morgan Daniel, engineer, r. 140 E. Mc- 
Carty 

Morgan Daniel B. (Reed & Morgan), r. 
310 Blake 

Morgan David E. lab. r. 248 S. Missouri 

Morgan D. lab. lud. Rolling Mill 

Morgan H. Mrs. r. 154 S. Noble 

Morgan Louis, carpenter, r. 36 Kentucky 
av. 

Morgan L. L. carpenter, bds. 420 S. Illi- 
nois 

Morgan M. Mrs. r. 331 E. Louisiana 

Morgan P. Mrs. r. 33 E. McCarty 

Morgan Samuel C. merchant tailor, r. 97 
S. Meridian 

Morgan Stephen W. (Stewart & Morgan), 
r. 191 S. Alabama 

Morgan William B. picture agt. r. 119 
Indiana av. 

Morganreck Valentine, grocer, 21 Chat- 
ham, r. same 

MORITZ, BRO. & CO. (Solomop and 
Meyer Moritz, Abram Nathan and 
Solomon Strauss), mer. tailors and 
clothiers, 3 E. Washington 

Moriiz Meyer ( Moritz, Bro. & Co.), r. 
New York 

Moritz Solomon (Moritz, Bro. & Co.), r. 
15 E. Washington 

Moriarty James R. .M. brickmasun, r. 301 
S. East 

.Moriarty Mary Miss, chambermaid, Sher- 
man House, bds. same 

Moriarty William C. book-keeper, 0. B. 
Stout & Bro. bds. Blackford, sw. cor. 
Michigan 

Morley Albert, lab. B. R. R. shop 

Morley Albert J. (Harvey & Morley), bds, 
180 W. Ohio 

.Morley A. II. machinist, B. R. R. shop, r. 
192 Winston 

Morley, Lou. M. Miss, music teacher, 180 
W, Ohio, bds. same 

Morley .Mary E. Miss, private teacher, 
basement 2d Presbyterian Church, 
Circle, bds. 180 W. Ohio 

Morley Thomas, lab. r. 226 S. Missouri 

Morling Walter, bo*irdiiig house and sa- 
loon, r. 245 W. Maryland 

Mornninger Conrad, saloon, 292 W. Ma- 
ryland, r. same 

Morrarity John, lab. bds. 365 E. Market 

Morris Alexander, salesman, J. C. Morris, 
r. 41 S. Illinois 

Morris Arfemus, carpenter, r. 456 S. New 
Jersey 

Morris Charles G. elk. Browning & Sloan, 
r. 460 Pennsylvania, nw. cor. Pratt 

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Morris E. J. bookbinder, Hall & Hutchin- 
son, bds. Scoti House 

Monis George, billiardroom, r. 31 W. 
Market 

Morris H. saloon, 288 W. Washingtou, r. 
same 

Morris Henry W. jr. orderly, at Provost 
MarshaVs office, bds. Mr. Wright's, 
E. Ohio, nr. Pennsylvania 

Morris James, book-keeper. Citizens' Na- 
tional Bank, r. 4(J0 N. Pennsylvania 

Morris John, shoemaker, r. Vance's blk. 

Morris John S. student, PURDY'S BUS- 
INESS COLLEGE 

Morris Joseph C. boots and shoes, 37 
S. Illinois, r. 41 S. Illinois 

MORRIS J. D. gen. freight agt. I. & C. 
R. R. r. Jackson, nr. Bond 

Morris Levi, elk. Benjamin Simon, r. 118 
W. Georgia 

Morris Mark B. elk. r. 424 S. Tennessee 

Morris Mary, wid. 252 Massachusetts av. 

Morris Mary, wid. Austin W. r. 115 S. 
Meridian 

Morris Michael, lab. r. 432 S. West 

Morris M. B. (Shilling, Morris & Shil- 
ling), r. 424 S. Tennessee 

Morris Robert, carpenter, bds. 35 Indiana 
av. 

Morris Samuel, machinist, Goolman, Mor- 
ris & Co. r. 79 Norwood 

Morris Samuel B. (Goolman, Morris & 
Co.), r. Norwood, bet. Tennessee and 
Illinois 

Morris Sanford, surveyor, r. 275 W. Ver- 
mont 

Morris Thomas A. Western av. north of 
city 

Morris Thomas 0. bds. Gen. Morris' West- 
ern av. north of city 

Morris William, B. elk. P. 0. r. 210 Huron 

Morris William J. plasterer, r. 229 Union 

Morris William S. haraessmaker, Sul- 
gro7e, Reynolds & Co. r. 25 Henry 

Morris W. G. elk. P. 0. r. 210 Huron 

Morrison Charles, elk. Murphy, Kennedy 
& Co. r. Ft. Wayne av. cor. St. Jo- 
seph 

Morrison Charles, watchmaker, r. 17^ 
Virginia av. 

Morrison Frank W. student, PURDY'S 
BUSINESS COLLEGE 

Morrison Jacob, salesman, r. 412 N. Del- 
aware 

Morrison James, attorney at law, 24^ E. 
Washington, r. Ft. Wayne av. cor. 
St. Mary 

Morrison James D. elk. Pay Dept. r. Ft. 
Wayne ave. cor. St. Mary 

Morrison John, works at 112 N. Meridian 

Moriison John, elk. J. M. Ray, bds. 32 
E. Ohio 

MORRISON JOHN L State treasurer, 
office, 28 Kentucky av. r. 25 E. Ohio 



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Morrison John B. student, PURDY'S 
BUSINESS COLLEGE 

Morrison Michael, teamster, r. 135 Union 

Morrison N. wid. A. F. r. 52 N. Pennsyl- 
vania, eor. Market 

MORRISON ROBERT I. deputy State 
treasurer, office, 28 Kentucky av. r. 
55 E. Ohio 

Morrison 'William, foreman, Ed. L. Pal- 
mer, bds. 54 N. Mississippi 

Morrison William, teamster, r. ss. E. St. 
Clair, bet. Railroad and Davidson 

Morrison William, elk. bds. Ft. Wayne 
av. eor. St. Mary 

Morrison William, bookbinder, bds. 54 
N. Mississippi 

Morrison W. A. notary public, bds. 52 N. 
Pennsylvania 

Morrison W. H. (Alford, Talbot & Co.), r. 
ns. Circle, bet. Meridian and Market 

Morrison W. H. jr. student, bds. 63 Cir- 
cle 

Morron Robert, engineer, r. 231 W. South 

Morrow Thomas, driver, Capital Mills, r. 
323 W. Market 

Morrow Wilson (Morrow- & Hay), r. 282 
N. Pennsylvania 

MORROW & HAY, (Wilson Morrow 
and William H. Hay), attorneys at 
law), 3 Vinton's blk. op. P. 0. 

Morse Alfred, engineer, I. & C. R. R. r. 
218 N. Alabama 

Morse Francis W. elk. Adj. Gen. office, 
bds. Macy House 

Morse Jacob, boarding house, r. 185 W. 
Maryland 

Morse Lewis, cigarmaker, r. Wabash al. 
bet. Market and Ohio, Liberty and 
Noble 

Mortland Alex, saloon, r. 227 N. Illinois 

Morton James, lab. William Hinesley, 37 
W. Pearl 

Morton John, bricklayer, r. 67 Norwood 

Morton John, mason, Indianapolis Roll- 
ing Mill 

MORTON OLIVER P. Governor, office. 
State House, rooms 15, 17, 19 and 21, 
bds. 54 Circle 

Morton John, student, N. W. C. Univer- 
sity, bds. 54 Circle 

Morton N. J. bookbinder. Parsons, Ma- 
cauley & Co. bds. Scott House, W. 
Maryland 

Mosal Henry, lab. r. 27 Nelson's al. 

Moseby Oliver (eol'd), servant, Indianap- 
olis Female Institute 



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Keeps an Extensive Assortment of 

VIOLINS, GUITARS, FLUTES, 

ACCOBDEONS, &e. 

EXAMINE THEIU STOCK. 

Mosebey Betsey Mrs. (cord), servant, In- 
dianapolis Female Institute 

Mosely John, lab. bds. W. C. Cluck's, es. 
N. Mississippi, bet. 4th and 5lh 

Moses L. VV. optician, 50 E. Washington, 
V. 87 E. Michigan 

Mosher Ohatles, saloon, 24 N. Pennsyl- 
ViUiia, r. 46 Indiana av. 

Mosher Theodore, foreman machine shop, 
I. & C. R R. r. W. South, bet. School 
and Noble 

Moss Andrew, engineer, Indianapolis 
Rolling Mill 

Moss Dave, lab. bils. A.T. Lewis', ws. N. 
Mississippi, bet. 3d and 4th 

Moss Louis, engineer. Rolling Mill, r. 
232 S. Tenwessee 

Moss William, bricklayer, bds. 71 Indiana 
av. 

Mess William, lab. bds. A. J. Lewis', ws. 
N. Mississippi, bet. 3d and 4th 

Mossier Lieberman I. clothing and fur- 
nishing goods, 10 W. Washington, r. 
18i) S. Alabama 

Mossier Louis H. clothing, 1 19 S. Illinois, 
r. 40 S. Canal 

MOSSLER L. M. clothier, 34 W. Louisi- 
ana, r. 189 S. Alabama 

Mossier S'lmuel, elk. L. II. Mossier, bds. 
Sherman House 

Mossier Samuel H. elk. Louis II. Moss- 
ier, bds. 46 S. Canal 

Mossier Solomon, with L. I. Mossier, r. 
139 N. Alabama 

Moston Robert, lab. r. 32 Bicking 

Mothershead E. A. Mrs. r. 115 N. Me- 
ridian 

Mottery F., Concordia boarding house 
and saloon, 200 Meridian, cor. South, 
r. same 

Moulton Charles, machinist, r.' 267 W, 
Vermont 

Moulton Charles W. engineer, I. & ('. R. 
R. r. 20 Fletc'aer av. 

Moulton Daniel, messenger, American 
Express Company, r. 130 Virginia 



Moulton Redman J. elk. Wiley & Mar- 
tin, r. 267 W. Vermont, bet. West 
and California 

Mounda Benjamin, lab. r. 24 S. Misseuri 

Mount A. S (Moony & Co.), r. Illinois, 
bet. Maryland and Georgia 

Mount C. F. at Moony & Co. bds. 78 S. 
Illinois 

Large Stock and Low Prices, at9ones, Hess & Davis'. 



Mount G. A. Mrs. r. 56 W. New York 

Mount Richard, sawmaker, E. C. Atkins, 
r. S. Tennessee 

Mount William P. currier, Moony & Co. 
bds. Ray House 

Mounts H. M. yardmaster, I. & M. R. R. 
r. 231 Virginia av. 

Mouth John, shoemaker, bds. Mississippi, 
bet. Washington and Maryland 

Mourn Patrick, lab. r. 296 S. East 

Mouts Clarence, cooper, bds. Washing- 
ton, nr. California 

Mower Andy, lab. r. 191 N. East 

Mower John P. lab. r. 69 Elizabeth 

Moylen John, lab. r. 2 Indiana av. cor. 
Ohio 

Moynihan Andrew, lab. r. 276 N. Dela- 
ware 

Moynahan Thomas, lab, Indianapolis 
Rolling Mill 

Moyuhin Thomas, lab. r. 164 Meek 

Mucho William, cigarmaker. Charles C. 
Hunt, r. 242 S. Alabama 

Mudbarger Frank, printer, W. S. Came- 
ron 

Mueller Charles G. saloon 25 S. Dela- 
ware, r. same 

Mueller John, printer, Daily Telegraph, 
bds. Volks Garden, E. Washington 

Muellfr John, liquordealer, 306 E.Wash- 
ington, r. same 

Mueller Karl L. salesman, bds. 306 E. 
Washington 

Mueller L. H (Mueller & Ris), r. 187 E. 
Washington 

Mueller & Ris (L. H. Mueller and F. 
Ris), djuggists, 187 E. Washington 

Muhlenbeck August, elk. B iker, Spencer 
& Muhlenbeck), bds. 52 S. Illinois 

Muhlenbeck , (Baker, Spencer & 

Muhlenbeck), r. Rochester, Minne- 
sota 

Muir James, tea dealer, 76 W. Market, 
r. same 

Muir James W. salesman, Du^lley, New- 
comb & Co. bds. Mrs. Reed's 

Muirpo'. Alpy. elk. Sanitary Rooms, r. 
112 S. East 

Muluuey AJaiy, wid. r. 134 N. Illinois 

Mulchv Mike,"r. 87 S. Noble 

Miilchy Patrick, lab. r. 23 Nelson nl. 

Mulhower William, carpenter, r. 86 In- 
diana av. 

MULL JACOB, carriage builder and re- 
pairer, Kentucky av. ne. cor. Geor- 
gia, r. Tennessee, nr. Saint Clair 

Mullany Daniel J. barkeeper, J. McNa- 
mora, bds. 11 S. Mississippi 

Mullaney Dennis, clerk, Ellioii, Ryan & 
Co. bds. N. Illinois, bet. New York 
and Ohio 

Mullaney Dennis, railroad conductor, 
bds. 134 N. Illinois 

Mullay Edward, lab. r. 52 Huron 



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Mullelley Edwarfl, cupola tender, Riisch- 
hiiiipt, Zschech & Berg, r 52 Huron 

Mullen L. Mrs. r. 20 Doii<rlieTty 

Mullen Willie, cash boy, Tyler's Bee [live, 
• r. -231 E South 

Muller George F. butcher, r. 213 S. Ala- 
bama 

MuUer John, printer. Free Press 

MULLER LOUIS P. jr. news dealer. E. 
end Union Depot, residence 45 Mad 
is)n av. 

Mi'Uer William, lab. U. S. Subsistence 
Depot, 123 S. Meridian 

Mullholland John, wagon maker, Michi- 
gan road, nr.' toll gjile 

Mulligan John, tailor, bds. 60 S. Dela- 

W:iie 

Mulligan John, stonecutter, bds. 215 N. 
D ividson 

Mullikin John, tinner, Central R. R.shop, 
r. 71 N. D ividson 

Mullins John, laborer, gas works, r. 1(37 
M;idi.«on av. 

Mumford Amelia, washerwoman, r. 75 
Blake 

Mumfofd Clara Miss, bds. 13v) W. Mar- 
ket 

Mumford L C. (Gregory & Mumford), r. 
29tj N. Alal.ama 

Munger C. telegraph repairer, W. U. Tel. 
Co 

MunliiiU Cornelius M. salesman, J. A. 
Comingore & Co. bds. 178 is\ Ala- 
bama 

Munhf'U Herman W. salesman, J. A. 
Comingore & Co. bds. 175 N. Ala- 
bama 

Munhall Lennder W. dental student with 
G. A. Weils, 15 E. Washington, bds. 
175 N. ALibama 

Munroe F. T. foreman, Gazette office, r. 
1 14 Indiana av. 

Munsell Ezra, wagonmaker, 63 Peru, r. 
same 

Munsell Henry, B. R. R. freight house, r, 
71 Peru 

Munsell Newton, fireman, B. R. R. bds. 
71 Peru 

Mnns James, plasterer, r. 404 Virginia 
av. y 

Muns 'L'homis, plasterer, r. Ill Elm 

Munson Chus. H. (Munson & Johnston), 
r. 286 N. Alabama 

MUNSON DAVID, lightning rods, 02 E. 
Wiishington, up stairs, r. 228 East 
Market 

Munson Lewis H..r. 286 N. Alabama 

Munson W. L. grocer, 51 N. Alabama, 
cor. Market, bd,s. 286 N. Alabama 

MUNSON & JOHNSTON (C. H. Munson 
and W.J.Johnston), stoves and tin- 
ware, 62 E. Washington 

Muntz Michael, plasterer, r. 440 Virginia 



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.Muntz William, plasterer, r. 442 Virginia 

av. 
Murby Robert, works Strief & Deitz, bds. 

E. Washington 
Murdock John J. railroad man, r. 132 

Spring 
Murdock Joseph, stove moulder, r. 385 S. 

Illinois 
Murdock Joseph, student. National Busi- 
ness College 
Murdock William, cash. Bates House, bds, 

same 
Murdock William B'. clerk, Bates House, 

bds. same 
Murdock William B. student. National 

Bu.siness College 
Murphy Ann, servai.t, 63 Circle 
Murphy Bridget, waiter, Little's Hotel 
Murphy Con. lab. bds. 215 N. Davidson 
Murphy David, bell boy, Bates House, 

bds. Slime 
Murphy Dennis, lab. bds. 376 E. Market 
.Murphy Edmund, barkeeper, J. 0. Leary, 

bds. 172 S. Illinois 
Murphy Frances, wid. r. 32 Douglass 
Murphy Frank, soldier, r. 365 S. Mis- 
souri 
Murphy Harry, clerk, C. E. Geisendorff 

& Co bds 120 N. Tennessee 
Murphy James, lab. bds. 376 E. Market 
.Murphy James, lab. r. rear 160 S. East 
Murphy James, lab. Indianapolis Rolling 

Mill 
Murphy James, lab. r. 36 W, Rose 
Murphy Jerry, lab. Ind. Rolling Mill 
Murphy Jesse, policeman, r. 429 E. St. 

Clair 
Murphy John, lab. r. 17 Elizabeth 
Murphy John. lab. Ind. Rolling Mill 
.Murphy John W. (Murphy, Kennedy & 

Co.). r. 106 N. Meridian 
Murphy Kate, chambermaid. Palmer 

House 
Murphy Kate Miss, waiter, Spencer 

House 
Murphy, Kennedy & Co. (John W. Mur- 
phy, R. Frank Kennedy, Wiley W. 
Johnston and W. J. Holliday), whol. 
dry goods and notions, 42 and 44 E. 
Washington 
Murphy Maggie, servant, r. 80 N. Ten- 
nessee 
Murphy Michael, steward, Little's Hotel, 
r. 190 Blackford 



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Muiphy IVJilton, bartender, bds. al. bet. 
New Jersey and East, Washington 
aud Market 

Murphy Morris, lab. Zimmerman & Co. 
r. Pearl, nr. Tar Roof Factory 

Murphy Patrick, lab. r. 439 S. Illinois 

Murphy P. H. lab. Adams Express office, 
Union Depot, r. S. Illinois 

Murphy T. M. tiour barrel maker, 321 E. 
Georgia, r. same 

Murphy William, lab. Ind. Rolling Mill 

Murphy Wm. P. tailor, r. 435 E.Georgia 

Murray James, elk. Stiles, Fahnley & 
McCrea, bds. Sherman House 

Murray John, stonemason, bds. David- 
son, cor. Vermont 

Murray John, roller, Rolling Mill, r. 275 
S Tennessee 

Murray Thomas, bds. V/alker House 

Murry Kate, servant, Little's Hotel 

Musgrave Watson, spinner, r- 205 W. 
McCarty 

Mussehnun Peter F. salesman, r. 121 E. 
Ohio 

Musser William A. printer, Daily Her- 
ald, bds. Alabama, cor. Massachu- 
setts av. 

Mussmann D. (W. & D. Mussmann), r. 
244 Bluff rd. 

Mussmann William (W.& D. iMussmann), 
r. 244 Bluff rd. 

Mussmann W. & D. (William and Dick 
Mussman), grocers, 244 Bluff rd. 

Mustaiu Walter, bds. es. 2d, bet. Meri- 
dian and Illinois 

Mustard Ellen Mrs. r. 298 E. W^ashing- 
ton, up stairs 

Muth Peter, barkeeper, John Bussey, r. 
50 N. Liberty 

Muth Peter, bartender at Exchange, r. 8 
N. Liberty 

Mutchett Charles (Worland & Mutchett), 
r. 48 Virginia av. 

Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co. of 
Newark, N. J., D. W.Grubbs, agt. 4 
and 5 Talbott & New's blk. 

Mutz Anthony, barber, 103 S. Illinois, 
bds. 273 S. New Jersey 

Myer Frederick, drayman, r. 159 S. 
Union 

Myer John, salesman, A. Hays, bds. 
Spencer House 

Mver John F. VV. grocery and pottery. 
Bluff rd. nw. cor. McCarty, r. 224 
Union I 

W. G. Dabbs, extensive dealer in all 



Myer Moses, clothing and furnishing 
goods, 4 W.Washington, r. 35 N. East 

Myer Moses (Fox & Myer), r. 35 N. East 

Myers Charles, barkeeper, r. 286 W. Ma- 
ryland 

Myers C. brass moulder, J. W. Davis, r. 
79 S. Liberty 

Myers Frank A. bartender, John Winner, 
r. 322 S. Delaware 

Myers Frederick, carpenter, bds. 101 N. 
Mississippi 

Myers George E. pressniaip. Ben Frank- 
lin, r. 322 N. New Jorst-y 

Myers George F., (Jownty Treasurer (and 
G. F. Myers & Co.), r. 118 N. Dela-' 
ware 

Myers G. F. & Co. (G. F. Myers and Wil- 
liam Kugelman), cigar.s and tobacco, 
whol. and ret. 35 E. Washington 

Myers Henry, bartender, J. O'Leary, bds. 
same 

Myers James B. salesman, Horn & An- 
derson, r. 186 Virginia av. 

Myers J. M. r. es. N. Illinois, bet. 1st 
and 2d 

Myers John, tinsmith, Munson & John- 
ston, r. 301 S. East 

Myers John G. elk. H. & L. Lovenhart, r. 
485 N. Alabama 

Myers Jos. baker, bds. 342 Virginia av. 

Myers Joseph, carpenter, r. 414 S. Illinois 

Myers J. C. (Bhmd, Myers & Woodbury). 

MYERS J. D. flour and feed store, 16 S. 
Pennsylvaia, bds. Spencer House 

Myers Leonard, confectioner, N. Noble, 
r. 322 N. New Jersey 

Myers Peter, lab. r. 334 b. Delaware 

Myers William H. carrier, Daily Herald, 
bds. 322 N. New Jersey 

Myers Xavier, barkeeper, John Winner, 
bds. 322 S. Delaware 

Myeison Alex, government employ, r. 
112 S. East 

Myerson D.tvid P. elk. Louis H, Mossier, 
bds. Spencer House 

NAEGELE Joseph F. salesman, Burt, 
Metcalf & Over, bds. 79 N. Alabama 

Nagal Daniel, lab. r. 53 Harrison 

Nagel Auguf-t, boarding house, 272 W. 
Maryland, r. same 

Nagel William, fireman, I. & C. R. R. 
bds. 63 Harrison 

Nahn Willijim, shoemaker, r. 380 E. Mich- 
igan 

Nain Thomas, carpenter, C. Eden & Co. 

Naltner Aegidius, sale agf. Seidensticker 
& Kappes. r. 186 E. McCarty 

Naltner Martin (Stein & Naltner), r. Mc- 
Carty 

Nardin E. T. pianomaker, r. 222 S. Noble 

Nardin Frederic P. pianomaker. Traey- 
ser & Robinson, r. 50 Fletcher av. 
cor. Pine 
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Nai?h Thomas (Simpson & Nash), r. 299 
S. Delaware 

NatbiUi Abraham (Moritz, Bro. & Co.), r. 
Ciiiciiiuaii, Ohio 

Nathan Sainiiel, clothing, 19 W. Wash- 
ington, l.fls. 226 E. New York 

NATI >N A L B U6IN ESS COLLEGE, Greg- 
ory & Alumford, prop'rs, 24^ E. 
Wiisliingion 

Nations M^uy, wid. Felix T. r. 272 S. 
Tennessee 

Nnughluii Mary, servant, r. 30 Indiana 
av. 

Naughtoii P. (E Hinde & Co.), r. E. Pearl 

Naultiiig diaries, lab. 127 St. Joseph 

Naven .James, lab. r. 480 E. Georgia 

Nay lor E W. printer. Journal office, bds. 
30 S. MeiiiJian 

Naylor George, dour and feed dealer, 25 
N. East, r. 246 N. East 

Naylor George VV. elk. r. 166 N. West 

Neal Ell ward, blacksmith, B. F. Haugh, 
bds. S. Illinois 

Neall George, bds. 266 E. Market 

Neall Jonatbau R. shipper, r. 266 E. Mar- 
ket 

Neas Lewis, carpenter, r. N. East, cor. 
Gregg 

Nebb Conrad, gasfitter, Cottrell & Knight 

Neeb Charles, barkeeper, r. 222 Railroad 

Need Philip, works at 252 N. Meridian 

Needhani William (Fitzhugh, Pattison & 
Co and Indiana Banking Co.), r. 
Franklift, Ind. 

Neeld Nathan M. salesman. Landers, 
Tai kington & Pattison, bds. Sherman 
House 

Neffle Frederick, lab. r. 275 S. West 

Neeman (Christ, carpenter, r. 231 N. Da- 
vidson 

Neeman Henry, carpenter, John Bunte, 
bds. 190 N.' Noble 

Neerman Chris. N. boots and shoes, 267 
Massachusetts av. r. 350 N. Noble 

Neermin Henry, Union Cabinet Factory 

Neff Albert H. photographer, 189 W. 
Washington, bds. 145 W. Washing- 
ton ■ 

Neff Elias (W. & E. Neff), r. Little's Ho- 
tel 

Neff John, baker, A. Balls, bds. 180 S. 
lU.nois 

Neff William (W. &. E. Neff), r. Little's 
Hotel 

Neff W. & E. (William and Elias Neff), 
prop'rs Little's Hotel, New Jersey, 
cor. Washington 

NeflBer Christena, works, 34 W. North 

Neibergall John, carpenter, Eden & Cop- 
land, r. 266 Winston 

Neidigh John, boarding house, 148 Black- 
ford, r, same 

Neiger Fred, wagonmaker, Massachusetts 
av. cor. N. Noble, r. 344 N. Noble 
W. G. Dabbs, 21 and 23 Circle 
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Neiger Henry, brewer, Casper Mau3& 
Co. bds. with same 

Neiger Jacob, butcher, r. 127 E. Wash- 
ington 

Neiger Leopold, news stand, 153 E. Wash- 
ington, r. same 

Neighbors J. Mrs. r. 33 E. McCarty 

Neighbors Charles, express messenger, 
r. 19 Henry 

Neighbors Robert, drayman, r. 151 Union 

Neighhouse Joseph, elk. r. 62 Bicking 

Neigley John, cooper, bds. 272 E. Wash- 
ington 

Neill Samuel, lab. r. 414 S. Illinois 

Neiman Thomas J. elk. 62 N. Pennsylva- 
nia, bds. 42 Louisiana 

Neinober B. Mrs. r. 299 E. Georgia 

Nell John B. notary public, 26^ N. Illi- 
nois, r. 8 N. Liberty 

Nelson Edward F. stationary engineer 
B. R. R. shop 

Nelson Hans, barkeeper, Depot Exchange, 
bds. 134 S. Meridian 

Nelson Henry H. carpenter, r. 125 N. 
Mississippi 

Nelson Horatio L. (Jenison, Nelson ;^&- 
Co.), r. 203 S. Alabama 

Nelson John, machinist, I. & C. R. R. 
shops, r. 3 Hosbrook 

Nelson O. L. jeweler, r. 203 S. Alabama 

Nelson Sandy (col'd), porter, r. 126 N. 
Missouri 

Nelson Thomas, bds. 27 Massachusetts av. 

Nelson Thomas A. elk. W. & H. Glenn, r. 
27 Massachusetts av. 

Neltner Joseph, teamster, r. 167 Union 

Nemiar William, r. 108 S. Noble 

Nessler Fred, cabinetmaker, Sloan, Burke 
& Woollen, r. 426 S. East 

Neu Valentine, porter, C. A. Woodbridge, 
r. 319 Virginia av. 

Neumeier , salesman, C. Wittenberg, 

bds. Maiy House 

Neumer P. Mrs. r. 19 S. Mississippi 

New Isaac (Herff Kittner & Co.), r. Wa- 
bash 

New John C. cash. First National Bank 
of Indianapolis, r, 248 N. Pennsyl- 
vania 

New John B. Rev. r. 82 N. Hlinois 

New Valentine, r. 319 Virginia av. 

Newberry Jefferson, harnessmaker, Sul- 
grove, Reynolds & Co. bds. Edward'* 
House 

Newbury Edward, r. 397 Virginia av. 
S\.t bet. Market and IVIeridian. 



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Music Dealers 

gAT£S HOUSE CORNER, 

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Newberry K. r. U)l E. Wiisliitigion 

Newby John, siuck'nt, N. W. G. Universi- 
ty, hiis. es. Broiidway, ur. Cherry 

Newc'omb Cooley, salesman, W. R. Hog- 
shire & Co. r. 132 N. Alabama 

Newcninb Honitio C. principal editor, 
Journal, r. 132 N. Alabama 

Newcomb Richard H. elk. John VV. Ray, 
r. 31(3 K. New York 

Newcomb William C. salesman, Tousey, 
By ram & Co. 

Newcomb W. C. (Dudley, Newcomb & 
Co.), bds. Macy House 

Newcomer Frisby S., M. D. office, room 6 
Blake's row, r. 18 W. Georgia 

Newt 11 L. S. bds Schnull's hlk. 

Newell Koberl, teamster, r. 278 W. Mary- 
land 

Newell Thomas, tanner, Moony & Co. 
bds. 35 W. Georgia 

Newinaik E. elk. I. Lipinsky, bds. Sher- 
man House 

Newkirk George, painter, bds Scott 
House 

Newland Abner L. (Newland & Bros.), r. 
3(5 N. New Jersey 

Newl.ind John T. (Newland & Bros.), r. 
36 N. New Jeisey 

Newland J. H. B. traveling agt. r. 283 E. 
South 

Newlai\d Thompson W. r. 36 N. New Jer- 
sey 

NEWLAND & BROTHERS (Abner L. 
fliid John T. Newland), groceries and 
produce dealers, 60 Virginia av. cor. 
Delaware 

Newman Dnvid, elk. 121 S. Illinois, bds. 
126 S. Hlinois 

Newman Heniy C. salesman, A. V. Law- 
rence, bds. 14 S. Mississppi 
Newman J(din S. r. 243 Pennsylvania, 
cor. Michigan 

Newman M. jewelry, etc. 139 S. Illinois, 

b'Is. Bates House 
NEWMAN O.MAU, manufacturers' agent, 
op east end Union depot, r. 325 N. 
I'ennsylvauia 
Newman Peter, soldier, r. 282 S. Missotiri 
Newman Tobias, cloihing and genis' fur- 
nishing goods, 135 S. Illinois, r. 138 
S E.St 
Newmann Hermann (J. Newmann & 

Bio.), r. 19 S. Mississippi 
Newmann Julius (J. Newmann & Bro.), 



Newmaun J. & Bro. (Julius and Her- 
mann Newmann), hoopskirt mnfr. 
95 E. Washington, and clothing 27 

S. Illinois 
Newton Milton W. (Loomis, Newton & 

Co.). r. 19 School 
New York Shoe Store, E. H. Mayo & Co. 

piop'rs. Glenn's blk. 
New York Store, W. & H. Glenn, prop'rs, 

Glenns blk. E. Washington 
Niberger James, sjlesm^m, Sponsler & 

McOeery, r 175 E. St. Clair 
Nibliok R. K. student, National Business 

College 
Nichol J. \l. teller. Branch of Bank of 

State of Indiana, bds. 415 N. Merid- 
ian, ne. cor. St. t'lair 
Nicholas Addison, salesman, C. E Geis- 

eiidorff & Co. r. 463 N. DelawMre 
Nicholas Harriet Mrs. r. 281 N. Noble 
Nichols Harry, carpenter, bds. 178 N. 

Mississippi 
Nichols John A. confectioner, 13 Massa- 
chusetts av. r. S'lme 
Nichols i.oudon (col'd), whitewasher, r. 

205 N West 
Nichols 0. H. carpenter, I. & C. R. R. 

shops, bds. 314 E. Georgia 
Nichols Thorn .8 M dentist, 28 S. Meridi- 

..11, r. 27 W. Oh'o 
Nichols Willard, printer, Gazette office, 

r. 73 E. St. Clair 
Nichols Willard (L elk., State librarian, 

hds. 78 E. St. Clair 
Nichols William, carpenter, bds. 463 N. 

Debt wiire 
Nichols William H. caipenter, I. & C. R. 

R. shops, bds. 314 E. Georgia, 
Nicholson D.ivid (Scott & Nicholson), r. 

166 W. Georgia 
Nicholson Isaac G. student, Commerciftl 

College, lids. 26 S. Mississi|i).ii 
Nicholson J. C. paper hanger, 239 W. 

McCarly, r. same 
Nii;holson W. T. lab. r. 22 Lord 
Nickum JohnN. baker, r. 16') N. East 
Nickum John R. (Nickum & Parrott), r, 

160 N. East 
Nickum J. G. blacksmith, Osgood, Smith 

& Co. 
NICKUM & PARROTT (John li. Nickum 

an I Horace Parrott), bakers and 

confectioners, 17 N Pennsylvania 
Nicolai < has. saddler, 326 E. Wasiiington, 

r. same 
Nicolson T. wheel pressman, I. & <^ shop, 

r. 22 Lord 
Niebergiill John, picture frame maker, 

H. Lieber & Co. r. 2(56 N. Winston 
Niehaus Joseph, elk Eagle Grocery, cor. 

Illinois and Indiana av, 
Nieman Henry, carpenter, bds, N. Noble, 

op, John Grosch 
Niffle Frederick, butcher, J. Hons 



r. 19 S. Missis-ippi 
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Nilsmd AbriitB, carpenter, bds. 60 Mas- 

sacbusetts av. 
Nileus CJiarles, lailor, r. 308 E. Washing- 
ion 
Nitch T. Mrs. r. 220 S. East. 
Nixon J. H. Rev. p-.isior 1st Presbyterian 

Church, r. 76 li. iMichigMn 
Nixon Mary C. r. 124 N. Missouri 
Nixon Robert. M. elk. W. I. li„skit & Co. 

bds. Spencer House 
Noble Aliinson F. notary public and claim 

agent, 5 Yohn's block, r. E. Market, 

ourside city limits 
Noble James jr. clerk, P. 0. r. 82 North 

Pennsylv;inia 
Noble Laz.'Geu. Clerk Sup. Court, r. 88 

W. Ohio 
Noble William, pain'er. 58 N. Pennsylva- 
nia, bds. 74 N. Pennsylvania 
Noble William, clerk, Schnull's Bank', 

bd-. 176 N. Illinois 
Noble Williiim T. book-keeper. Merchants 

National Uank, bds. Mr. Frazee's 
Noble Winston P. r. E. .Market, outside 

corporation 
Noble W H L. general agent I. & C. R. 

R. Co. r. es. Madison av. nr. corpora- 
tion line 
Noe A. J. varnisher, Cabinet Makers' 

Union, r. 196 N. Davidson 
Noe Marshall, foreman, D. Behymer, r. 

88 S. Liberty 
Noel E B. (E. L & E. B. Noel), r. 252 S. 

New Jersey 
Noel K. L. {V.. L. & E. B.Noel) 
NOEL E. L. & E. B. forwarding and com- 

mi.«sion merchants, 96 Virginia av. 

and 100 S. Al ibaraa 
Noel S V B. r. 252 S. New Jersey 
Noerr George, brewer, r. 67 Wyoming 
Nofsinger Dr. F. B. 13'> N. Abibama 
Nolan .Michael, lab. r. 372 S. Tennessee 
Nolan Mike, shoemaker, works Indiana 

av. cor. Illinois, r. S. 'IVmiessee 
Nolan S. (;. - tudent, PURDY'SBUSINESS 

COLl,EGE 
Nolan Thomas, hackdriver, r. 129 West 

Market 
Nolen Mary, servant, r. 184 W. Ohio 
Nolin C. A. carpenter, r. 181 Meek 
Nolin S. C. cabinet maker, r. 183 Meek 
Noll Charles P biewer, Caspar Maus & 

Co. bds. with same 
Nohe William, peddler, r. 264 Railroad 

av. 
Nooe Daniel, blacksmith, r. 121 S. New 

Jersey 
Nooe Martha Mrs. r. 119 S. New Jersey 
Noone .Michael, lab r. 77 S. East 
Norl John (col'd), lab. r. 75 Bright 
Normal Academy of Music, 263 S. Me- 
ridian 
Norman Alexander, clerk, bds. at Judge 



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North Alfred, lab. r. Blake 

North American Transit Insurance Co. 
Gibson & Olin, agts. 5 Odd Fellows' 
Hall 

North Myron Capt. agent Hall & Hutch- 
inson, r. Ramsey's block, S. Illinois 

North Street M. E. Church, Alabama, cor. 
North, Rev. Vigus, pastor 

North Western Christian University, on 
Forest Home av. end of Plum, outside 
corporation 

NORTH WESTERN FARMER, Bland, 
Meyers & Woodbury, prop's, 83^ N. 
Illinois 

North Western Mutu.al Life Ins. Co., Mar- 
tin & Hopkins, agts. room 9, Talbott 
& New's block, Pennsylvania 

Norttnan Frederick, cooper, r. 263 South 
West 

Northern William, carpenter, r. 194 N. 
Noble 

Northway George, plasterer, r, 186 N. 
New Jwsey 

Northway John, plasterer, r. North 

Norwood Albert L. tinner, r. 34 N. Illi- 
nois 

Nofwood E. F. r, 34 N. Illinois 

Norwood George W. r. 129 N. Illinois 

Norwood .Margaret Mrs. r. 120 W. Mary- 
laud 

Nouise Harry, elk. Harrison's law oflBce, 
bds 31 Indiana av. 

Nouse Wm. works at arsenal, r. 277 N. 
Noble 

Nottingham John C. student, PURDY'S 
BUSINESS COLLEGE 

Nugent W, S. elk. W. G. Dabbs, bds. Mrs. 
Rockwell's 

Null S.iah, wid. John, r. 196 West Ver- 
mont 

Null Thomas E bookbinder, \N.k3. Bra- 
den, r. 196 W. Vermont 

Nurre Joseph, glue manuf. bds. at John 
Goas, N. Mississippi, bet. 6th and 
7th 

Nutmeyer, Christ, carpenter, B. R. R. 

Nuttay C. lab r. 335 E New York 

Nutts Jacob, baker, Nickum & Parrott, r. 
178 E Vermont 

NUTZ!']L JOHN, butcher shop, 175 Mad- 
ison av. r. same 

Nye Michael W. tailor, r.266 S. New Jer- 
sey 

Nye M. W. clerk, Heitkam & Schroeder, 



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BATES HOUSE COKNER. 

O'BRIEN Henry, teamster, r. 433 East 
Georgia 
O'Brien Jeremiah, tinsmith, Munson & 

Johnston, r. 28 Wyoming 
O'Brien John, lab. Nickun & Parrott 
O'Brien John H. mason, r. 88 E. St. Clair 
(B'Brien Mike, carpenter, B. R. R. r. nr. 

B. R. R. track, nr. St. Clair 
O'Brien Michael, puddler, Ind. Rolling 

Mill 
O'Brien Michael, lab. r. 94 S. Liberty 
O'Brien Tim. Ub. C. & I. C. R. R. r. 282 

S. Del.'iwnre 
O'Brien Thomas, lab. r. 17 Maple 
O'Biien Thomas, lab. r. Keeley's Row, 

Clinton al. 
O'Brien Thomas, ex. helper, Ind. Rolling 

Mill 
O'Brine Henry, teamster, r. 432 E. Geor- 
gia 
O'Bryan Jeremiah, tinner, r. 28 Wyom- 
ing 
Bryan John, lab. gas factory, r. 264 S. 

Alabama 
O'Bryan John, lab r. 82 Bates 
O'Bryan Joseph, lab. r. 65 E. South 
O'Bryan Michael, lab. r. 430 S. Illinois 
O'Connell James, drayman, r. Lord, near 

L & C. R. R. 
O'Connell Dennis, lab. r. 232 Madison 

av. 
O'Connell James, lab. r. 40 Lord 
O'Connell Jerry, lab. r. 277 S. AVest 
O'Connell Jerry, saloon, 284 W. Wash- 
ington, r. same 
O'Connell Mary, waiter. Oriental House 
O'Connell Michael, plasterer, bds. 69 W. 

Market 
O'Connell Murty, lab. r.290 S. Delaware 
O'Connell William, stonecutter, bds. on 
Pennsylvania, bet. Merrill and Mad- 
ison av. 
O'Conner Daniel, r. 191 Meek 
O'Connor Joseph, saloon, 64 S. Illinois, r. 

68 S. Illinois 
O'Conner Mary Miss, servant, Spencer 

House 
O'Conner Michael, street grader, r. 75 S. 

Noble 
O'Conner Norton, engineer, r. N. West 
O'Connor Patrick, tailor, r. 309 Indiana 

av. 
O'Conner Stephen, saloon, 300 S.Tennes- 
see, r. same 



lab. 



S. Dela- 



O'Conner Thomas, 
ware 

O'Donnal John, lab. r. 498 E. Georgia 

O'Donnell John, cooper, r. S. Tennessee, 
bet. South and Garden 

O'Donnell Maggie, servant, works 289 N. 
New Jersey 

O'Donnell Maggie, servant, 475 N. Illi- 
nois 

O'Donnel Margaret, wid. John, r. 141 S. 
Tennessee 

O'Donnell Mary, servant, r. 180 W. Ohio 

O'Driscoll John, stereotyper, Hall & 
Hutchinson, bds. 94 W. Market 

O'Har Mathew, tailor, r. Maple, bet. Mc- 
Carty and Ra\ 

O'Hara Anthony, lab. r. 243 S. West 

O'Harrah Edward, stonecutter, bds. 23 
Kentucky av. 

O'Haver Warren, policeman, bds. Missis- 
sippi, sw. cor. Maryland 

O'Keeffe Daniel, porter, Daily Herald, 
bds. Delaware, bet. Maryland and 
Georgia 

O'Keefife Timothy, lab. r. 18 Willard 

O'Key Edward, carpenter, r. 361 N. New 
Jersey 

O'Key Joseph, fruit stand, es. Pennsyl- 
vania, r. 326 East 

O'Key Phil, fence builder, r. 452 N. New 
Jersey 

O'Key Remus, lab. bds. 361 N. New Jer- 
sey 

O'Lara James, works at Arsenal, r. 82 
Bates 

O'Larry Michael, lab. r. 167 Madison av. 

O'LEARY JEREMIAH, Brilliant Saloon, 
103 S. Illinois, and Atlantic Ex- 
change, 172 S. Illinois, r. 211 S. Illi- 
nois 

O'Leary John, bartender, 103 S. Illinois, 
bds. Siime 

O'Loughlin Patrick, lab. r. 35 Wyoming 

O'Lynch Owen, lab. r. 2 Walter 

O'Malia Pat. porter, E. B. Alvord & Co. 

O'Mara William, cooper, r, 187 W. South 

O'Marra James, porter, American Express 
Co. Union Depot, bds. op. 

O'Neal John, lab. Ind. RoHing Mill 

O'Neal John X. lab. Ind. Rolling Mill 

O'Neal Mary Miss, waiter, Little's Hotel 

O'Neal R. Mrs. bds. 128 Virginia av. 

O'Neil Bartlett, lab. r. 266 S. Tennessee 

O'Neil James H. operator, James D. 
Crane & Co. r. 6 Willard 

O'Neil John, lab. r. 211 E. Market 

O'Neil Michael, cutter, J. & P. Gramling, 
r. 338 S. Delaware 

O'Reiley Timothy, lab. r. 287 S. Tennes- 
see 

O'Reilly John, boot and shoemaker, A. 
Knodle, r. 414 S. Tennessee 

O'Reilly Michael, boot and shoemaker, A. 
Knodle, r. 414 S. Tennessee 



W. G. Dabbs, dealer in Frames, Albums, etc., 2! and 23 Circle Street. 



Horse Collars, etc., at Sufgrove, Reynolds & Co., 20 W.Washington St. 



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OAT George, teamster, residence 233 S. 
West 
Obermyer William M. salesman, Dessar 

Bro. & Co. 73 S. Meridian 
Obenshain Leonadus, bds. 417 N. Ten- 
nessee 
Obenshain Timothy, bds. 417 N. Tennes- 



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ISSUES POLICIES FOH ANY TERM 



Not Exceeding Seven Years. 



Obenshain William H. elk. P 
N. Tennessee 

Obert Fred. D. dentist, C. C. Burgess, r. 
1 Odd Fellows' Hall 

Oberworth Leo, elk. bds. Scott House 

Obney Alexander, lab. Osgood, Smith & 
Co. r. 177 Bluff rd. 

Ochri Lewis, engineer, r. 395 S. East 

Odd Fellows' Hall, W^ashington, cor. 
Pennsylvania 

Odgen Morgan L. Capt. recruiting officer, 
bds. 52 N. Pennsylvania 

Oehler Andrew, watchmaker and jewel- 
er, 20 S. Delaware, r. same 

Oehlei" David, saloon, 84 BluflF rd. r. 
same 

Oehler Romain, watchmaker and jeweler, 
34 Virginia av. r. same 

Oelschlager Benjamin J. salesman, r. 424 
E. St. Clair 

Off Chris. (C. Off & Bros.), r. 291 N. No- 
ble 

Off C. & Bros. (Christ. Off, Jacob Off and 
Gotleib Off), lumber dealers, N. No- 
ble, bet. North and Walnut 

Off Gotleib (C. Off & Bros.), bds. 236 N. 
Noble 

Off Jacob (C. Off & Bros.), bds. 236 
Railroad 

Offderheeder Henry, wooden shoemaker, 
r. 241 N. Davidson 

Offderheeder Henry, jr. carpenter, bds. 
241 N. Davidson 

Offderheeder Joseph, bds. 241 N. David- 
son 

Offutt Thomas H. elk. S. Kahn & Bro. 
bds. Oriental House 

Oglesby John H. com. mer. r. 157 N. Ten- 
nessee 

Oglesby Joseph, elk. Cady & Baker, bds. 
197 N. Tennessee 

Oglesby J. E. student, National Business 
College 

Ohair John, shoemaker, r. 325 W. Mar- 
ket 

Ohaver Warren, elk. J. VV. Blake, bds. 
Ohio, cor. Mississippi 

Ohr Aaron D. elk. Union R. R. Ticket 
Office, r. 430 N. Illinois 

Ohr Henry, elk. Adams Express Co. r. 
126 N. Delaware 

OHR JOHN H. agt. Adams Express Co. 
r. 448 N. Meridian 

Ohr Martin L. elk. Sherman House, bds. 
same 

Ohry Louis, Union Cabinet Factory 

W. G. Dabbs keeps the best Porcelain Lenstized Coating for Porcelain Pictures, 



Oldham William, planing mill, r. 116 
Winston 

Oldham William, Union Cabinet Factory 

Olin C. C. insurance agt. r. 227 N. East 

OLIN E. D. (Folsom & Olin), bds. Pyle 
House 

Oliver Theodore, butcher, r. 315 S. Mis- 
souri 

Olsen Christopher, lab. Ind. Rolling Mill 

Olsen Peter, mason, Ind. Rolling Mill, r. 
I 279 S. Illinois 

Oiternan Herman, saloon keeper, r. 172 
Union » 

Omare Richard, expresswagon, r. 239 
Blake 

Omer Theodore F. elk. Adjutant General's 
office, bds. Sherman House 

Oneal William H. lab McKernan, Pierce 
& Yandes, r. 109 Mill 

Oneil Patrick, lab. r. 278 E. Georgia 

Onhaller Henry, saddler, r. 276 N. Lib- 
erty 

Oppenheimer S. elk. J. Kahn, bds. Sher- 
man House 

Orbison William H. elk. E. Mayo & Co. r. 
58 S. Pennsylvania 

Oriental House, Holland & Scudder, pro- 
prietors, 73 S. Illinois 

Orith William, cartman, P. R. Perine & 
Son, r. S. West, bet. South and Mer- 
rill 

Ormsby George, r. 82 Greer 

Ormsby George W. clothing, 118 S. Illi- 
nois, r. same 

Ornar S. 0. carpenter, bds. 177 Meek 

Orner Theodore Capt. bds. Scott House 

Orr Henry, elk. Adams Express office, r. 
124 N. Delaware 

Orth George, cartman, P. R. Perine & 
Son, r. S. West, bet. South and Mer- 
rill 

Ortton David, saloon, 65 W. WashinglOH, 
r. Spring, bet. Ohio and New York 

Onem William, bds. VValker House 

Osborn Elizabeth, wid. r. 127 Indinna av. 

Osborne Alex, plasterer, bds. 166 E Mar- 
ket 

Osborne Charles, plasterer, bds. 166 E. 
Market 

Osborne William, carpentei-, r. 316 W. 
Washington 

Oshurn Joseph, lab. r. 447 S. Tennessee 

Osburne Jackson (col'd), whitewasher, r. 
179 Indiana av. 



Omar Newman, Manufacturers' Agent for Russell's Reaper and Mower, Pal- 



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Gold lledal Pianos 

BENHAM & CO S, 

"Bates House Corner. 



Osburne Jiicob, wfigonmaker, bds. Mary- 
land, cor. West 
Oscanlan Thomns P. plasterer, bds. 32fi 

\V. Washnffton 
Osgood Judson R. (Osgood, Smith & Co.), 

r. S. Meridian 
Osgood J. B. house, sign and ornamental 

painter, rear 75 E. Market, r. 212 E. 

Market 
Osgood, Smith & Co. (Judson R. Osgood, 

Samuel F. Smith and ,) luih, 

spoke and felloe wheel factory, 230 

S. Illinois # 

Ossenforlh Frederick, porter, Jones, Vin- 

nedge k Jones, r. 31G N. Winston 
Osierman John, salesman, Gi-egory & 

Muraford, bds. 85 W. Washington 
Ostermeyer Chris, dravman, r. 271 E. 

Ohio 
Ostermayer Louis, drayman, r. 9 Peru 
Ostermeyer Louis, lab. r. 263 N. Liberty 
Ostermeyer F. (Holland & Ostermeyer), 

r. ss. National rd. E. of city 
Ostermire Henry, carpenter, B. R. R. 

shop, r. Meek, bet. Liberty and No- 
ble 
Oswalte Godfrey, painter, A. Despa, r. 

336 Railroad 
Otten David, saloon keeper, r. 127 Spring 
Otey Thomas, elk. P. M. May & Co. bds. 

22 Fletcher's av. 
Otis W. H r. 421 N.Tennessee 
Ott Michael, lab. Rolling Mill, r. 389 S. 

East 
Otte William, carpenter, D. Beyheimer, r. 

190 N. Noble 
Otto August, lithographic printer, Wm. 

Braden & Co. r. 329 E. Michigan 
Otto Carl, physician, office 20 N. Noble, 

r. same 
Otto Frederick, porter, Bowen, Stewart & 

Co. r. es. Bluff rd. S. of McCarty 
Otto Philip, elk. Deloss Root & Co. r. 147 

Bluff rd. 
Outlan Edward (col'd), barber, Meri- 

dii^n, nw. cor. Washington, r. Call 

fornia, cor. North 
Oval Joseph, miller, r. Blake, bet. Mar- 
ket and Ohio 
Over Ewald (Burt, Metcalf & Over), r. 

79 N. Alabama 
Overfelt Isadore, lab. C. & I. C. Freight 

Depot, r. 392 S. Delaware 
Overfelt Philip, blacksmith, bds. 392 S. 

Delaware 

Fine Cloths and Cassimeres, 



Overman R. J. carpenter, r. 142 Black- 
ford 
Overmire Newton, cabinetmaker, bds. 6& 

S. East 
Overstieel James M. boarding house, 63 

W. Georgia 
Owen Benjamin, prof, of music, rooms S. 
Meridian, nr. Pearl, r. Pennsylva- 
nia, rear Post Office 
Owen James, lab. bds. 83 W. Maryland 
Owen James H. agt. Globe Mutual Life 
Insurance Co. of New Kork, office 
JEtua Building, bds. 17^ Virginia 
av. 
Owens Ephraim. plasterer, r. McCarty, 

W.of West 
Owens lames M. plas'erer, r.47 W. Rose 
Owens John, plasterer, r. 327 W. Market 
Owens William, lab. bds. 60 S. Delaware 
Owings John F. book-keeper, J. W. Cope- 
land, r. 139 E. South 
Owings Nathaniel, r. 139 E. South 
Owsley William A. carpenter, r. 40 Doug- 
lass p 
Oyley William, deputy city marshal, r. 28 
N. East 

i3AFF William, carpenter, r. 405 S. 
East 

Paffmann Jacob (Paffmann & DeTurk), r. 
ws. Blnft" rJ. 3d house from city line 

PAFFMANN & DeTURK (Jacob Paff- 
mann and Benjamin H. DeTurk), 
house and sign painters, 147 E. 
Washington 

Page Frank (col'd), lab. Canal, W. of 
Railrojid 

Paige Cyrus (C. & T. Paige), r. Alabama, 
se. cor. North 

PAIGE C. & T. ( Cyrus and Titus Paige), 
flour and feed stc-e, whol. 78 Massa- 
chusetts av. 

Paige Titus (C. & T. Paige), r. Lafayette, 
Ind. 

Paine Daniel L. editor. Western Star, r. 
Noble, cor. Huron 

Paine J. F. sec. American Horse Insur- 
ance Co. r. at office 

Paler Christena, servant, r. 188 W. Ohio 

Palmer Charles C. capitalist, r. 57 W. 
Maryland 

Palmer Dora (col'd), servant, 59 N. Illi- 
nois 

Palmer Edward L. bookbinder, blank 
books, stationery and Catholic books, 
60 S Illinois, r. 54 N. Mississippi 

Palmer F. T (Palmer & Pentecost), r. 
Macy House 

Palmer George W. real estate agt. r. 265 
N. Mississippi 

PALMER HOUSE, Mason & Son, prop's, 
Washington, se. cor. Illinois 

Palmer Nathan B. capitalist, r. 57 W. 
Maryland 

at No. 3 Odd Fellows' Hall. 



mer's Horse Hay Forks, Grover &. Baker Sewing Machines, 60 E. iVlarket. 



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PALMER TRUMBULL G. dept. Auaitor 
of 8i!iie, office 22 Kentucky .av. r. 
156 N. Illinois 

Palmer W H. (Bill & Palmer) 

Palmer & Pentecost ( F. T. Palmer and E. 
Peniei-nstj, piop'rs Macy House, Illi- 
nois, cnr. Market 

Papenliousc Henry, baggageman, Union 
Depot, bds. California House 

Pardieck Jiilin H. carpenter, Virginia av. 
nr. Nolile 

Park University, one full square, bet. 
Ver :i:ont, Pennsylvania, New York 
and Meridian 

Parker Edward F. elk. Subsistence Dept. 
r. 11 N. Mississippi 

Parker Kate Mrs. (col'd), r. Howard, W. 
of Railroad 

Parker M.it supt. Govt. Stables, bds. Lit- 
tle's Hotel 

Parker K. R. hosiery, gloves, notions and 
furnishing goods, 30 W. Washington, 
r. 90 N. .Mississippi 

Parker William, auctioneer, bds. 37 In- 
diana av. 

Parkison Lee, plasterer, r. 64 Bates 

Parkman Charles B. sec. Indianapolis 
Rolling Mill, office 8 Blake's Row, r. 
30 S. Tennessee, eor. Maryland 

Parks Hiram J. (col'd), carpenter, r. 120 
Benton 

Parks Newton, elk. bds. 300 N. Missis- 
sippi 

Parks P. S attorney at law and claim 
agt. 10 E. Washington, bds. 123 N. 
New .Jersey 

Parks P. S. (Parks & Bailey), r. 123 N. 
New Jersey 

PARKS & Bailey (P. S. Parks and 
Maj. Will. Bailey), agts. real estate, 
war claim and pension, room 1, 19 
W. Washington 

Parmelee E. L. operator. Western Union 
Telegraph office, bds. 35 California 

Parmelee Hannah, wid. r. 35 W. Califor- 
nia 

Parmelee W. Henry, L. R. R. freight agt, 
r. 364 N. Mississippi 

Parmer Margaret Mrs. r. 210 Huron 

Parr W. P (Todd & Parr), 474 N. Penn- 
sylvania 

Parrot I Horace (Nickum & Parrott), r. 
349 N. Delaware 

Parry Roger, blacksmith, r. 12 Henry 

Parisette Joseph, ice dealer, residence 60 
Ann 

Parsley Asby, r. es. N. Mississippi, bet. 

1st and 2d 
Parsons Charles A. agt. American Ex- 
press Co. Union Depot, r. 84 S. Mis- 
sissippi 
Parsons John J. (Parsons, Macauley & 
Co.), r. 160 N. West 

Bleached and Brown Muslins 



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WITH THE 



PARSONS, MACAULEY & CO. (John J. 
Parsons. Daniel Macnuley and Nat, 
Shurtlitf), bookbinders, publishers 
and dealers in school books station- 
ery, paper and blank books, 13 W. 
Maryland 

Parsons William, bds. Commercial Hotel 

Parter George (col'd), elk. S. G. Smoth- 
ers, bds. on canal 

Pascoe James, boilermaker, r. 450 E. 
Georgia 

Pasquier John B. carpenter, r. 402 Mich- 
igan, cor N. Davidson 

Passwaters George VV. r. Elm, East of 
Cei ar 

Patterson Alex, painter, r. 284 E. Louis- 
iana 

Patterson Catherine, r. 140 Massachu- 
setts av. 

Patterson (-. Mrs. dressmaker, 75 N. East, 
r. same 

Patterson E. W. pork picker, 1 and 2 
Talbott & New's blk. r. N. Illinois, 
N. of Tinker 

Patterson Frank, elk. Hunter & Co. bds. 
163 New Jersey 

Patterson H. Mrs. r. ws. N. Mississippi, 
cor. 4th 

Patterson Isuac, r. 98 N. East 

Patterson John, carpenter, r. 862 S. Illi- 
nois 

Patterson John, carpenter, r. 21 N. East 

PattersoD J. P. (Alford, Talbot cS: Co.), r. 
163 N. New Jersey 

Patterson Joseph, boarding house, 37 In- 
diana av. 

Patterson Melinda Mrs. dressmaker. 10 
E. Washington, r. same 

Patterson M. Mrs. dress ahd clor.k maker, 
7 Odd Fellows' Hall, r. 8^ E. Wash- 
ington 

Patterson Robert, carpenter, r. 280 E. 
North 

Patterson R. M. r. 454 N. Tennessee, cor. 
Pratt 

Patterson Samuel, contractor, r. 323 ^V, 
Washington 

Patterson William, attorney at law, 23 
E. Washington, r. 280 E. Ohio, near 
East 

Patterson W. A. watchman, r. 224 E. 
Michigan 

Patterson William H. elk. S. Kahn & Bro. 
r. 37 Indiana av. 

Pattin Charles, r. 467 S. Illinois 
at No. 3 Odd Fellows' Hall. 



Sulgrove, Reynolds & Co., dealers in Saddlery Hardware and 



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BEI^HAJH & CO. 

Are exclusive Wholesale and Re- 
tail Agents for 

ESTEY & CO.'S 

Celebrated Cottage Organs. 

PalLin Krtte Mrs. dressmaker, 467 S. Illi- 
nois, r. same 

Pattison Augustus E. (Fitzliugh. Pattison 
& Co.), bds. Sherman House 

Pattisou Coleman B. (Landers, Tarking- 
ton & Pattison), bds. N. Illinois, cor. 
St. Clair 

Pattison E. W porkpacker, ] and 2 Tal- 
bot & New's blk. r. N. end of Illinois, 
in country 

Pattison House, 63 N. Alabama, T. D. 
Hamilton, prop'r 

Pattison J. D. porkpaker, 404 N. Illinois, 
cor. St. Clair 

Pattison Leroy, salesman, Antony Lintz, 
r. 398 N West 

Pattisou T. T. N. stock dealer, r. 398 N. 
West 

Patton Chailes, saloon, Spencer House, 
bds same 

Pattim Eliza (col d), servant, r. 129 W. 
New York 

Paul Charles, lab. B. R. R. shop 

Paul Henry, policeman, r. 17 E. McCarty 

Paulsel Z. W. telegraph operator, r. No- 
blesville 

Pay Department, U. S. A., District of In- 
diana and Illinois, IIH E. Washing- 
ton 

Payne John H. lab. tan yards, r. Ala- 
bama, cor. St. Mary 

Payne J. S. bds. Little's Hotel 

Payne Peter (col'd), lab. r. 31 Ellen 

Paynter John, teamster, r. Tennessee 

Payton Elisha B. lab. r. Wabash al. bet. 
Liberty and Noble, Ohio and Market 

Payton Moses (col'd), lab. r. rear 225 N. 
Tennessee 

Payton Williatn B. (col'd) mechanic, r. 
239 N. West 

Paxtoii William, chairmakei-, bds. 320 E. 
Washington 

Peabody John, stock dealer, r. 234 N. East 

Peabody John (James & Peabody), r. 234 

N. East 
Peacock W. H. engineer, Jeff. R. R. Co.r. 

Michigan, se. cor. N. New Jersey 
Peak David, carpenter, r. 311 W. Wash- 
ington 
Pearcy James, carpenter, bds. 177 Meek 
Pearsall Peter R. music teacher, 38 S. 

Tennessee 
Pearson Charles, barber, 268 E. Wash- 
ington, r. same 



Pearson Charles D. physician, 86 E. Mar- 
ket, r. 163 N. Tennessee 
Pearson James W. with Dr. Pearson, bds. 

163 N. Tennessee 
Pearson John (Pearson & Co.), r. 320 N. 

Davidson 
Pearson L. S. carpenter, H. H. Nelson, 

bds. 101 N. Mississippi 
Pearson & Co (John Pearson and John 

G. Hanning), restaurant, 78 W, 

Washington 
Pease Nancy K. Mrs. dressmaker, room 

5 Miller's blk. Illinois 
Peaslee Abe (Treadwdll & Peaslee), r. 

16^ E. Washington 
Peaterman Fred. (Peaterman & Hust), r. 

es. E. Washington, beyond toll gate 
Peaterman & Hust (Fred. Peaterman and 

George C. Husi), butchers, 5r>4 E. 

Washington 
PECK EDWIN J. pres. T. H. & I. R. R. 

office, S. Tennessee, cor. Louisiana, r. 

W. Maryland, bet. Tennessee and Il- 
linois 
Peck Thomas, foundryman, D. Root & Co. 

r. 19 W. Pratt 
Peck Thomas S. foreman, D. Root & Co. 

r. 468 N. Tennessee 
Pedlow J. C. blacksmith, B. P.. R. 
Peden Catharine Mrs. r. 198 N. East 
Peden Joseph S barkeeper, 26 W. Louis- 
iana, r. 198 N. East 
Pedicord Lydia, wid. r. 357 E. Market 
Pedlow James C. blacksmith, B. R. R. 

shop, r. 160 S. Noble 
Pedlow Robert J. moulder. Root & Co. r. 

20 Coburn 
Pedrick Ellen, wid. Isaac R. dressmaker, 

17 S. New Jersey . 
Pee George W. (Pee, Conduitt & Cox), r. 

91 E. Michigan 
Pee, Conduitt & Cox (George W. Pee, 

Alaxander B. Conduitt and John B. 

Cox), dry goods, whol. 4 Alvord's 

blk. S. Meridian 
Peek George, bds. 165 N. Mississippi 
Peek Lafjiyette, r. 165 N. Mississippi 
Peine Frederick, porter, Ray, Mayhew & 

Co. r. 227 N. Alabatna 
Peirce W. S. physician, r. 154 N. West 
Pell J. T. bds. Walker House ' 
Pellegrini Pellegrino, terra cotta maker, 

J. N. Glover, r. 13 E. Washington 
Peltzer William, agt. Free Press 
Pence Ahija, carpenter, r. 117 Oak 
Pendell Henry, bricklayer, bds 117 W. 

New York 
Pendergast John G. carpenter, Pratt, bet. 

Illinois and Tennessee, r. 413 N. Ten- 

Pendergast William, lab. r. 273 N. East 
Pendery Newton S. physician, 24^ E. 

Washington, bds. Pennsylvania av. 

nr. Railroad 



W. G. Dabbs, 21 and 23 Circle St., bet. Market and Meridian. 



Carriage Trimmings, 20 West Washington Street, 



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Pendery Wilson G. physician, 24 J E. 
VVasliington, r. same 

Pennel Harlow E. carringepainter, r. Ce- 
dar, hei. Virginia av. and Huron 

Penning Ernst, teamster, r. 472 S. West 

Penticor't E. (Palmer & Penticost), r. 
Macy House 

Penticost Hugh, elk. Macy House, bds. 
s:>me 

Penticost H. 0. student National Business 
College 

Penticost II. 0. printer, Home Visitor, 
bds .Macy House 

Penticost M B. (Penticost, Powell & Grif- 
fith), r. 274 N. Alabama 

Penticost, Powell & Griffith (M. B. Penti- 
cost, C. C. Powell and A. J. Griffith), 
stoves and tinware, whol. and ret. 
IG S. Meridian 

Penticost S. E. elk. Penticost, Powell & 
Griffith, bds. 296 N. Alabama 

Pepiier Edwurd, machinist, 8inker & Co. 
r. 155 High 

Pepper E. lab. Sinker & Co. r. 43 Hos- 
brook 

Percell Theodore N. salesman, Tousey, 
Bvrain & Co. 

Percy Henry, physician, 15 Virginia av. 
r. Siirae 

Perine Peter R. (P. R. Perine & Son), r. 
293 N. Alabama 

Perine P. R. & Son (Peter R. & Theodore 
F. Perine), coal and lime, 24 W. Ma- 
ryland 

Perine Theodore F. (P. R. P-^rine & Son), 
bds. 293 N. Alabama 

Perkins K H. printer. Herald office, r. 
127 Meek 

Perkins E. J. Miss, dressmaker, 17 Mas- 
sachusetts av. r. same 

Perkins James A. boilermaker, Sinker & 
Co. r. 7»j Bates 

Perkins J. H. elk. H. Rothchild, boards 
Western House 

Perkins J. H. student. National Business 
College 

Perkins L. J. lab. bds. 232 E. Washing- 
ton 

Perkins Samuel E editor Daily Herald, 
r. 276 New York, bet. West and Cal- 
ifornia 

Perkins Samuel E. jr. bds. New Y^ork, nw. 
cor. California 

Perkinson Patrick, blacksmith. Sinker & 
Co. bds. 38 Chatham 

Peruell John, coffin maker. Weaver & 
Williams, r. N. Alabama, bet. Ver- 
mont and Michidan 

Perrin George K. (Perrin & Manlove), 
bds. 283 E Market 

Perrin & .Manlove (George K.Perrinand 
William R. Manlove), attys. at law, 
43^ E. Washington 

Perrott H. A. painter, r. 32 S. West 



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Perrott Samuel, r. 32 S. West 

Perrott Thomas, painter, r. 32 S. West 

Perry James H. carpenter, r. 427 N. Mis- 
sissippi 

Perry John A. student, PURDY'S BUSI- 
NESS COLLEGE 

Perry John C. elk. r. 321 N. New Jersey 

Perry Julia, r. 241 W. Ohio 

Perry Matthew, moulder, r. Pine, bet. 
Harrison and Fletcher av. 

Persall Charles F. carpenter, bds. N. Illi- 
nois 

Persel Peter, tinner, Munson & John- 
ston, r. 78 Benton 

Peru and Indianapolis R. R. Co's round 
house, S. Liberty, bet. Washington 
and Georgia 

Peterson Adam, shoemaker, bds. South, 
cor. Illinois 

Peterson Albert (col'd), carpenter C. 
Eden & Co. 

Peterson Christopher, lab. Ind. Rolling 
Mill 

Peterson Elhanan V. (J. D. Evans & Co.) 
bds. 76 S. Meridian 

Peterson Hurst, lab. Rolling Mill 

Peterson John D. carpenter, r. 180 North 
New Jersey 

Peterson John S. porter, Sponsler & Mc- 
Creery, bds. Mrs. Reed's 

Peterson Joseph, student, bds. 180 North 
New Jersey 

Peterson J. S. elk. bds. Western House 

Peterson Laz. lab. Rolling Mill 

Peterson Neals, lab. Indianapolis Rolling 
Mill 

Peterson Nelson, lab. boards Depot Ex- 
change 

Peterson Peter, tailor, G. H. Heitkam, 
bda. Meridian, op. depot 

Peterson Peter C. lab. Rolling Mill 

Peterson William, shoemaker, bds. 287 
Market 

Petritt John, saloon, 272 E. Washington, 
r. same 

Pettibone A. G. r. 149 N Pennsylvania 

Pettiford J. W. (col'd). (Franklia & Pet- 
tiford). bds. Indiana av. 

Pettigrew William, stonecutter, r. John 

Petiitt W. H. student. National Business 
College 

Petty Julius, lab. r. 352 Indiana av. 

Petty .Mrs. r. w. Michigan rd. 

Pew C. R. messenger Am. Ex. Co. r. New 
York, bet. Illinois and Tennessee 



W. G. Dabbs sells the Porcelain Material for the New Photo. Miniatures. 



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Bates House Corner. 



Pf;iff Lucius, bds. 81 E Michigan 

Pfnff Mike, teamster at arseuMl, r. .John 

Pfatf William, salesman, Burton & Davis, 
r. E. Michigan, bet. Pennsylvimia 
and l>e]aware 

Pfafflin Theodore (Smith & Co.), r. ?5 W. 
North 

Pfandler Nicholas, vnrnisher, Sloan, Burk 
& Woollen, r. 474 E. Washincjion 

Pfeifenbeiger .John, blacksmith, G. Mar- 
tin, r. Miciiigan rond, nr. toll gate 

Pfeifer George, wood sawyer, r. 150 St. 
Joseph 

Pfeteer John, tailor, r. 58 Coburn 

Pflnger Jacob, tailor, r. 121 N. Davidson 

Pflrtger Jacob jr. carpenter, bds. 121 N. 
Davidson 

Pflnger Leonard, head cook. Little's Ho- 
tel, r. 181 N. Noble 

Pflager Philip, Union Factory, bds. Da- 
vidson 

Pflegcr Gt'orge, lab. r. 18 Winston 

Pfleger Henrv, chair vnrnisher, bds. 121 
N. Davidson 

Pfleger R. locksmiih, r. 18 Vinton 

Phelan Andrew J. (ailor, Stolworthy & 
Pierson, r. 17 N. Meridian 

Phelan Joseph W. elk. Wm. & J. Braden, 
bils. es. Pennsylvania, bet. Market 
and Ohio 

Phelnri Patrick, lab. r. Virginia av. bet. 
Noble and McCarty 

Phebtn William, boiler maker. Sinker & 
Co. bds. 315 Virginia av. 

Phelon James, paver, bds. GO S. Dela- 
ware 

Phelps A. E. saddler, r. ns. St. Clair, bet. 
Alnbnma and New Jersey 

Phelps Sewel (Phelps & Co.), r. 38 West 
Louisiana 

Phelps Simon B. engineer, r. 330 E.Lou- 
isiana 

Phelps Walter S. foreman, engine house, 
I. & C. R. R. bds. A. J. Morse's, East 
Georgia 

PHELl'S W. agt. Madison R. R. Co. bds. 
Hay House 

Phelps & Co (Sewell Phelps and Daniel 
I. Thompson), tripe and pigs feet, 
Pearl, cor. Missouri 

Phillips Blatz, butcher, N. Tennessee, cor. 
1st 

Phillips Anna (coVd), r. 218 N. Missouri 

Phillips n. W. salesman, L. W. Rouse & 
Co. bds. Bates House 

Fine Silics, at No. 3 



Phillips Jacob, carpenter, i. Noble, bet. 

Georgia and Louisiana 
Phillips , blacksmith, r. 330 Indiana 

a v. 
Phillips Jesse (col'd), r. 200 Douglass 
Phillips Sarah (coTd), wid. George, wash 

woman, r. 218 N Missouri 
Phillips Susan M. Miss, r. 330 E. Ver- 
mont 
Phillips Thomns H. merchant, r. 121 N, 

Mississippi 
Phipps Charles R. book-keeper, Joseph 

Statih, r Washington, east of city 
Phipps Derius (Small & Phipps), bds. 199 

N. Illinois 
Phipps Edward, salesman, W. H. Craft, 

bds. Isaac N. Phipps, E. Washington 

outside city 
Phipps Henry, lab. r. 304 Massachusetts 

av. 
Phipps I. N. (Abbett & Phipps), r. East 

Washington, outside city 
Phipps Joseph B. notary public, G2 East 

Washington, up stairs 
Phipps L. M. asst. Assessor U.S. Internal 

Revenue, 14 Talbott & New s block, 

r. N. Alabama 
Phipps William C. township assessor, r. 

3 mile« se of city 
PHtENlX BRASS FOUNDH V, Steffen & 

Schneider, prop's, 26 Union railroad 

I rack 
Pickens John, r. 109 S. New Jersev 
Pickert Z. carpi nter, r. 117 S. Nohl>^ 
Pickerell Fr^nk, picture IVame innker, 9 

Miissachnsei ts av. r. 2'Jrt .'^. Noble 
Pickerell S. J. agent Lafayette Durbon 

pumps. Plum, cor. Cherry 
Pickerell Thomas, shoemaker, 119 Fort 

Wayne av. r. same 
Pickerill G. W. physician, 53 Mnssachu- 

setts av. r. Plum, nw. cor. Cherry 
Pickett Henry (cold), buggy washer, R.I. 

Morohead 
Piel Henry, blacksmith, bds. E. Wash- 
ington, out corporation 
Piele Herman, saloon, 197 S. Meridian, r. 

snme 
Piel William F. (Piel & Co.), r. E. Wash- 
ington, out of corporation 
Piel & i-'o. (William F. Piel and F. W. 

Riisener), dry goods and groceries, 

288 E. Washington 
Piele Henry, barkeeper, Louis Lang 
Pierce B. L. carpenter, r. Stephenson, bet. 

East and Virginia av. 
Pierce Charles, carpenter, bds. 139 Indi- 
ana av. 
Pierce James, teamster, r. 177 N. Liberty 
Pierce John, lab. r. 493 S. East. 
Pierce Winslow S. fMcKernan & Pierce), 

r. 154 N. West 
Pierce (col'd), physician, r 179 Douglass 
Pierson David, bds. 160 Ft. Wayne av. 
Odd Fellows' Hall. 



vep & Baker Sewing Machines, retail office 60 E, Market St., Indianp'iis. 



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Pierson David, elk. M. M. Laiulis, bds. 

W. Maijliunl, bet. Tennessee and 

Mississippi 
Piersou I. J. (Stolwortli)' & Pierson), bds. 

3K5 N. New Jersey 
Pierson James W. eniry elk. Pee, Condu- 

itt & Cox, bds. 19;i N. Tennessee 
Pierson John, lirickl.iyer, bds. 100 Ft. 

Wayne av. 
Pierson John H. saloon, House of Lords, 

W. Wasliiugion, bds. 320 N. Dela 

ware 
Pierson Joseph, elk. City Grocery, bds. 

82 S. Illinois 
Pierson Joseph, farmer, r. 23 Arch 
Pierson Joseph, stonemason, r. 213 N. 

Mississippi 
Pierson Levi W. (Pierson & Wheatley), r. 

2tt8 N. Alabama 
Pierson Stephen D. salesman, Owen Mc- 

Ginnis. bds. at ftlrs. Woollen's, N. 

Alabama 
Pierson & Wheatley (Levi W. Pierson nnd 

William Wheatley), woodyard, 102 

W. Georgia 
Pigg James M. carpenter, r. 101 Forest av. 
Pigg John, pumpniaker, r. 232 E. Louisi- 
ana 
Pigg Sarah Mrs. r. 232 E. Louisiana 
Piland A. H. refreshment stand, L. R. R. 

bet. 4th and Sth, es.Camp Oarrington 
Pilbeam George W. carpenter, r. 462 S. 

Tennessee 
Pilbean Amelia, wid. Benjamin, r. 88 

Kentucky a v. 
Pilcher Montgomery, caipenter, bds. 148 

N. Blackford 
Pillsen Alber. (col'd), bds. ss. 6th, bet. 

Mississippi and Tennessee 
Pinkhum John, tinner, bds. 172 W.Mich- 
igan 
Piper William H. student, PURDY'S 

COMMERCLAL COLLEGE 
Pitcher T. G. Brig. Gen. commanding 

District, 111^ E. Washington, r. 60 

Indiana av. 
Piter Mathias, lab. r. 132 St. Joseph 
Patman David K. (P. M. May & Co.), r. 

St. Louis 
Pittmnn John S (Piitman & Backus), bds. 

197 E. Washington 
Pittman & Backus (John S Pittraan and 

Mathias Backus), saloon and restau- 
rant. 197 E. Washington 
Pitts George W. ice dealer, Indiana av. 

cor. Vermont, r same 
Place Daniel W. cooper, 123 S. Noble 
Plank Isaac, teamster, r. 235 Huron 
Plant George Thomas, engineer, B. R. R. 

bds. 261 E. Washington 
Plant John William, lab. Clark & Co. r. 

261 E. Washington 
Plant John VV. mineralwater, bds. 261 E. 
Washington 

Flannels, large Stock, at 



Office 35 L iiiarkei St. 

ACCUMULATED CAPITAL OVER 

S 5 O 0,0 O O. 

Plant Sarah, wid. Geerge, r. 261 E Wash- 
ington 
Plant Susan, Mrs. r. 261 E. Washington 
Plass Nicholas, saloon, 62 S. Delaware, r. 

same 
Platz Valentine, works, State Arsenal, r. 

ws. N. Mississippi, bet. 1st and 2d 
Ploch John, lab. State Armory, r. 518 E. 

Washington 
Plumb H. H. salesman, J. H. Baldwin & 

Co. r. ns. Wabash, bet. New Jersey 

and East 
Plumnier Edward, messenger, Telegraph 

office, bds. 216 E. Market 
Plummer Hiram, elk. bds. 216 E. Market 
Plummer Hiram Mrs. r. 216 N. New Jei-- 

sey 
Plummer William, blacksmith, bds. 216 

E. Market 
Plummer William, railroader, r. 244 S. 

Alabaitia 
Poe J. M. book agt. r. 503 N Mississippi 
Pohler Lewis (Schroder & Pohler). r. 358 

Virginia av. bet. Cedar and Noble 
Poirier John, Rolling Mill 
Poler William, lab r. 389 Virginia av. 
Police Office, room No. 1, Glenn's blk. 
Pollock James, works tanyard, bds. Ten- 
nessee, cor. 5th 
Polsen Peter, lab. Ind. Rolling Mill 
Polser Frank, machinist, B. R. R. shop, 

r. 308 Winston 
Polster Fred, saloon, 192 N. Mississippi, 

r. same 
Pomeroy, Fry & Co. (John A. Pomeroy, 

William H. Fry, jr., Wilham B. 

Thurston and John M. Maxwell), 

heavy hardware, 34 S. Meridian 
Pemeroy John A. (Pomeroy, Fry & Co.), 

r. 511 N. Illinois 
Ponder Milton, stock dealer, r. 144 N. 

East 
Pool Martin, carpenter, bds. Tennessee, 

cor. 5 th 
Poole J. E. book-keeper. Daily, Kiefer & 

Co. r. 256 S. Meridian 
Poole A. J. engineer. Central R. R. r. 48 

N. New Jersey; sw. cor. Market 
Poor Adela R. Miss, teacher, German and 

English school, .Maryland, bet. Ala- 
bama and Delaware, r. 132 North 
Pope Abner J. book-keeper, McKernan& 

Pierce, r. 82 W. Market 
Pope Christian, lab, r. 63 Harrison 

No. 3 Odd Fellows' Hall. 



Retail Dealers in Saddles, Harness, Bridles, Horse Collars, Whips, etc. 



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A. M, mmm & co., 

Mnsic PnMisliers, 

BATES HOUSE CORNER, 
irvTIDIA.lsr.A.FOX.IS- 



Pope Edgar B. salesman, Ray. Mayliew 
& Co. bds. Spencer House 

Pope Henry, r. 199 N. West, 

Pope James P. harnessraaker, r. 139 Hu- 
ron 

Pope Joseph P. Capt., U. S. Commissary 
of vSubsistence, r. 377 N. Illinois 

Pope William (Geo. Hotz & Co.), bds. Cal- 
ifornia House 

Pope William, lab. bds. 63 Harrison 

Pope William A. sawyer, Hill & Win- 
gaie, r. 139 Huron 

Pope William C. r. 199 W. Ohio 

Popper Louis, salesman, Rice & Bamber- 
ger, bds. Maryland, bet. Mississippi 
and i:anal 

Porter Albert G. (Poster, Harrison & 
Fishback), r. 257 N. Delaware 

PORTEK, HARRISON & FISHBACK 
(Albert G. Porter, Benjamin Harri- 
son and William P. Fishbaek), attor- 
neys at law, Meridian, ne. cor. 
Washington 

Porter Henry, switchman, I. & J. R. R. r. 
71 E. McCariy 

Porter Jacob M. (col'd), barber, W. M. 
Poiter, bds. Indiana av. bet. Michi- 
gan and North 

Porter J. H., Illinois Street Museum, bds. 
Commercial Hotel 

Porter John Mrs. r. 49 Ann 

Porter Omer, student, bdfe. 257 N. Dela- 
waie, cor. Michigan 

Porter Omer T. (Wiley & Porter), bds. 
Virginia av. 

Porter Theodore, cutter, Joseph Staub, r. 
293 Indiana av. 

Porier William M. barber, 7 N. Illinois, 
1 ds. 185 W. Georgia 

Post Collins C. agt. P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. 
bds. Bates House 

Post Office Building, A. H. Conner, Post 
Master, Pennsylvania, se. cor. Mar- 
ket 

Postal Charles, barkeeper, H. Both well, 
bds. Kentucky av. bet. Maryland 
and Illinois 

Postal C. W. (Vancamp, Jackson & Co.), 
r. Virginia av. outside city limits 

Pothast Chris, brickmaker, bds. 576 E. 
Washington 

POTTAGE BENJAMIN, hardware and 
cutlery, whol. and ret. 82 W. Wash- 
ington, r. 127 W. Market 

W. G. Dabbs, dealer in Position Cha 



Pottage Charles, elk. Benjamin Pottage, 
r. 9 Ellsworth 
I Potter George W. (Potter & White), r. 
[ 165 Indiana av. 

Potter John L. carpenter, Jones, se. cor. 
I West 

Potter Samuel, carriage trimmer, bds. 

Mrs. Bixby's, Delaware 
Potter & White (George W. Potter and 
William S. While), grocers, 165 In- 
diana av. 
Potts Harry C. notary public, bds. 78 W. 
i New York 

j Potts Mary A. wid. r. 78 W. North 
j Poiist Godfrey, tailor, Louis Scholtz, r. 74 

N. Pennsylvania 
, Powalky Charles, clerk, Western House, 
I bds. same 

I Powel Stephen, lab. r. 65 Maple 
I Powell C. C. (Pentecost, Powell & Grif- 
; fith), bds. 230 E New York 

\ Powell David, policeman, r. 440 N. New 
Jersey 
Powell George, saloon. 279 S. Tennessee, 

r. same 
Powell George W. student, National Bus- 
iness College 
Powell Henry, carpenter, r. 181 N. Da- 
vidson 
Powell James M. (col'd), barber, W. M. 

Porter, bds. Mrs Campbell's 
Powell John, baker, 191 N. Noble, r. same 
Powell John, messenger, 0. E Geisendorfif 
& ('o. bds. New Jersey, bet. St. Clair 
and St. Joseph 
Powell Martin, salesman, 11 W. Wash- 
I ington 

i Powell M M. clothier, r. 130 N. East 
I Powell William, grocer, whol. and ret. 
250 W. Washington, r. 261 W. Wash- 
ington 
Powells Patrick, lab. Sinker & Co. r. 271 

S. Pennsylvania 
Power Thomas, lab. r. 312 S. Missouri 
Powers Jacob B. extra policeman, r. 71 

N. East 
Powers James, stonecutter, bds. 17 Bid- 
die 
Powers Mai tin, porter, Bates House, bds. 

same 
Powers Pat. lab. r. 55 Fayette 
Powers Thomas, lab. r. Nelson's al. near 

Georgia 
Powers Thomas, hostler, Wm. Hinesley, 

37 W. Pearl 
Powers Thomas, Rolling Mill 
Prail Frederick, bricklayer, r. 214 Win- 
ston 
Prange Charles, grocer and dry goods 
dealer, 308 E. Washington, r. Mich- 
igan rd. 
Prange Frederick, carpenter, bds. 15 E. 

Mo'Jarty 
Prather Austin, clerk, r. 268 W. Vermont 
rs, etc., for Photographic purposes. 



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F'rather Austin, student, National Busi- 
ness College *■ 
Prather Carrie Miss, bds. 293 East New 

Nork 
Prather W. B. student. National Business 

College 
Prathus Oscar, lab. McCord & Wheatley, 

bds. 60 S. Delaware 
Pratt John E. bds. 22 Louckerhee 
Pratt Joseph, Illinois St. Museum, bds. 

Commerciul Hotel 
Pratt Martha Mrs. r. 22 Louckerbee 
Pratt Samuel, carpenter, arsenal, r. 104 

2d 
Pratt Seth B. student, National Business 

College 
Pratt William D. agt. P. & I. R. R. r. 85 

Pratt 
Pratt VV. B. gen. freight agt. I. P. & C. R. 

R. r. 85 Pratt 
Pray William (G.ates, Pray & Co.), r. 90 

Indiana av. 
Preia J. boot and shoe maker, 148 Vir- 
ginia av. r. 191 N. East 
Presnel John, r. 243 N. New Jersey 
Presbyterian Church (German), Rev. 

Charles E. Knester, pastor, S. New j 

Jersey, nr. Little's Hotel 
Presley John, engineer, r. 119 S. East 
Pressel AUert, clerk, bds. East, nr. city 

limits 
Pressel Ann Mrs. r. 102 Oak 
Pressel Charlotte Mrs. r. 110 Plum 
Pressel George, porter, bds. 102 Oak 
Pressel John, clerk. H. M. Socwell, bds. 

110 Plum 
Pressel Wm. carpenter, r. 188 Virginia 

av. 
Preston Elliott, conductor, r. 27 Grant 
Pre.slon Samuel C. student, bds. 148 N. 

New Jersey 
Price Austin S". farmer, r. 829 W. Mar- 
ket 
Price Charles, student, commercial col- 
lege, bds. 74 N. Pennsylvania 
Price John, shoemaker, Virginia av. r. 

191 N. East 
Price Letitia, r. 329 W. Market 
Prichard In a, r. Union, bet. Merrill and 

McCarty 
Priegnitz Wra. carpenter, Central R. R. 

shop, r. 57 Harrison 
Prigger Henry, stonemason, H. Hellman, 

r. 347 N. Noble 
Prince John D. porter, Alford, Talbot & 

Co. r. 83 N. Noble 
Princler August, lab. r. 226 W. Mary- 
land 
Prindle Rome, baggage register. Union 

depot, r. 169 S. Tennessee 
Prinsell Henry, lab. D. Root & Co. r. 181 

Madison av. 
Proctor Thomas, saddler, bds. Depot Ex- 



THE»fli\.^ISJSIFPI 

PAID OVER 

$40,000 IN LOSSES 

During the year 1865. 



Fronner Charles, carpenter, bds. 284 E. 
Market 

Prosse Henry, shoemaker, r. 446 Virginia 
av. 

Prosser John, tailor, 4, 4th floor Blake's 
row, r. same 

Protzman Belle Miss, elk. Mrs. A. Baker, 
r. 46 8. Illinois 

Protzman Eugene, engineer, VV. S. Cam- 
eron, r. S. Illinois, nr. Maryland 

PROVOST MARSHAL'S OFFICE, 6th 
Dist. room 1, Eden's block, E. Mar- 
ket, nr, P. 0., Capt. David Braden, 
P. M. 

Prudhomme Thomas W. salesman, C. Wit- 
tenberg, r. 1st, nr. city limits 

Prunk D. H. physician, r. 372 W. New 
York 

Pugh James, carpenter, r. 144 Blackford 

Pugh William, painter, B. R. 11. shop, r. 
578 E. St. Clair 

Pullen Mary Miss, works 98 Ash 

Pullins Wm. lab. Indianapolis RDlling 
Mill 

Pumpe Frederick, clerk, 101 S. Illinois, 
bds. W. Maryland, nr. Mississippi 

Purcell George VV. salesman, Jones, Hess 
& Davis, bds. 36 W. Maryland 

Pui'cell John, r. 18 California 

Purcell Sarah (cold), washerwoman, r. 
2d, W. of railroad 

PURDY WILLIAM, prop'r PURDY'S 
BUSINESS COLLEGE, ^tna build- 
ing, Pennsylvania, nr. P. O. 

PURDY'S BUSINESS COLLEGE, .^na 
building, Pennsylvania, nr. P. 0. 

Purington G. A. salesman, Sponsler & Mc- 
Creery, r. 35 Fletcher av. 

Purington John A. elk. 56 E. Washing- 
ton, r. 35 Fletcher av. 

Purnell Enoch M. salesman, Mauldin & 
Adams, bds. Alabama 

PURSELL A. E. dentist, Blackford's blk. 
r. 174 N. Meridian 

Pursell Jonathan H. boot maker, bds. 73 
N. Illinois 

Pursell Peter M. tinsmith, Munson & 
Johnston, r. 78 S. Benton 

Pursell Theodore W. salesman, bds. Mich- 
igan, cor. East 

Pusrelwait Alex, brakeman, B. R. R. bds. 
71 Pennsylvania 

Pyburn Agnes Mrs. doctress, 59 S. Cali- 
fornia, r. same 



change 

W. G. Dabbs, Photographic Warehouse, 21 and 23 Circle St. 



Palmer's Horse Hay Forks. See advertisement opposite title page. 



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or Whum to Buy a Piano. 
OF BENHAM & CO., 

Agents for 

And other First Class Pianos. 

Pyle Jcihn, boju-Liiiig liouse, N. iMeridian, 

m-xi Efiiscopitl Chu'ch 
Pyle J. E. elk. P 0. r. 206 E. Ohio 



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UAKER Chuieb, Delaware, cor. St. 



Qiuiniby Joseph, marble cutter, James & 
Cook, r. 314 E. North 

Queen Snsnn (col'il), servant, 180 E. 
Washington 

Quigley James F. carpenter, r. 9th, bet. 
Lennox and Piltsfifld 

Quinius H. Rev. pastor, German Evan- 
gelical Cliurch, ns. Ohio, bet. Illinois 
and Meridian, i'. basement of same 

Quinliti Edward, night watchman, Spen- 
cer liouse 

Quinlin John, tailor, bds. 6 S. Tennessee 

Quinlin Michael, yardman, Spencer 
Hou<e. bds. same 

Quinn James, lab. r. 300 S. East 

Quinn John, lab. r. 303 S. Pennsylvania 

Quinn John, foreman, Heniy Allen, r. 
303 S. Pennsylvania 

Quinn William, saloon, Illinois, r. 239 
S. Tennessee 

Quinn William, lab. r. 98 Ash 

Quinihy II. N. Mrs. millinery and straw 
goods, 42 S. Illinois, r. same 

Quiser Julius, espiessman, r. 386 Vir- 
ginia av. 

Quisser Albert, student, PURDY'S BUSI- 
NESS COLLEGE 

RAAB John, teamster, at Arsenal, r. 
346 N. Noble 

Raab Sebastian, shoemaker, 93 E. South, 
r. 171 Madison av. 

Race Christ, fruits, cigars and tobacco, 
r. 126 Maple 

Race Richard T. (L. H. Tyler & Co ), r. 2 
W. Washington 

Radehaugh Joel, v. 521 N. Tennessee 

Rader Charles, carder, r. Minerva, bet. 
New York and Market 

Rader George, lawyer, bds. Scott House 

Rader George W. elk. A. F. Noble, bds. 
Scoit House 

Radforan James, lab. r. 432 South Dela- 
ware 

Raefing L'hrist. lab. r. 260 N. Noble 

Raesa (,'harles, carpenter, r. 188 N. No- 
ble 

Rafert Andy (A. & C. Rafert), r. 83 E. 
Pratt 

Buy your Cloaks of 



Rafert A. & C. (Andy and Christopher 

* Rafert ), carpenters and builders, ss. 
Walnut, bet. Pennsylvania and Del- 
aware 

Rafert Charles, lab. r. 139 Merrill 

Rafert Christopher ^A. & C. Rafert), r. 
83 E. Pratt 

Rafert Ernst, drayman, r. 93 Union 

Rafert VVilliam, drayman, r. 242 Rail- 
road MV. 

Rafert William, sr. lab. J. C, Ferguson, 
r. Alabama, bet. .Merrill and Dun- 
can 

Rafferiy J. T. N. bds. 153 N. Tennessee 

Raford Henry, carpenter, r. 329 N. Illi- 
nois 

Ragiin Charles, railroader, r. 147 S. Ala- 
■• bam a 

Ragan Edmund, boilermaker, r. 213 S. 
Tennessee 

Ragan Joseph, Lib. Ind. Rolling Mill 

Ragsdale D. W. carpenter, r. 93 Benton 

Raher G. sionecutter, r. 268 S. Del'ware 

Rahling Chailfs, boots and shoes, 218 E. 
Washington 

Rahor Joseph, lab. r. Bush's brewery, E. 
Washington 

Raible Charles, carpenter, r. 518 E. Wash- 
ington 

Raible John (Raible & Fettee), r. 229 S. 
Alabama 

Raible Joseph, watchman. State Armory, 
bds. 518 E. Washington 

Raible Louis, cabinet maker, Mathew 
Long 

Raible & Fette (John Raible and George 
Feite), dyers and scourers, 38 Vir- 
ginia av. 

Rainsford Victoria Mrs. dressmaker, r. 
199 E. Washington 

Raisener ("'hatles, blacksmith, bds. 329 
N. Noble 

Rakestiaw Thomas M. boot and shoe- 
maker, C. Karle & Co. 

Ramsey Albert, city bath rooms, bds. 260 
N. Illinois 

Ramsey Eliza Mrs. (col'd), r.341 N. Ala- 
bama 

Ramsey John F. furniture, 21 S. Illinois, 
r. 260 N. Illinois, nr. Michigan 

Ramsey James, telegraph repairer, bds. 
117 W. New York 

Ramsey James A. book-keeper. Western 
Union Telegraph Co. r. 160 N. Illi- 
nois 

Ramsey J. W. elk. I. P. & C. R. R. oflHce, 
r. 260 N. Illinois 

Ramsey .Mary (col'd), boarding house, 
171 Blake 

Ramsey Robert L. (William Sweinhartfe 
Co ), r. 299 East, cor. North 

Ramsey Walter L. (Ramsey & Hanning), 
r. 320 N. Delaware 

Jones, Hess & Davis. 



Russell's Reapers and Mowers, Wholesale, by Omar NeWman. 



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Rauisey WilliHin (Ramsey & Biown), biis. 

\-22 N. Illinois 
RAM^EY & BROWN (William Ramsey 

nnd F. Brown), People's Gioceij, 

Illinois, C0I-. Michigan 
Ramsey & Msinninir (W. L. Rfim^ey and 

J. a. llaiininjr), plumbers, ^ns and 

Steam tillers, Eden's blk. 81 E. Mar- 
ket 
Ranaliaii James (Ranahan & Coll), r.204 

Indiana av. * 

Raualiiiii & Coll (James Ranahan and 

iiLiinis Coll), Union Grocery, "204 

Indi.-.na uv. 
Rand Frank, actor, bds. 144 N. Tennes- 
see 
Rand Frederick (Rand & Hall), r. 270 N. 

Illinois 
Rand & Hall (Frederick Rand nnd Regi- 

iimM H Ha 1), attornx'ys at law, 24^ 

E. Washington 
Randal! Fr .nkl machinist, S. C. Frink & 

Co r. 11) E. St. Joseph 
Runilall Geiirjre, carpenter, r. ws. N. 

Illinois, bet. 6th and Tinker 
Randall Henry, carpenter, bds. George 

HandMlls, N. Illinois 
Rrindall H. I' r. 19 W. St Joseph 
Randleman John H. r. Wabash al. bet. 

Lilieity nnd Noble, Markei and Ohio 
Raner J<seph, r. 276 S. Alabama 
Rankin Albert Rev. r. 422 N. New Jer- 
sey 
Rankin Albert, jr. plasterer, bds. 422 N. 

New Jersey 
Rankin Hemy, cigarraaker, 137 Fort 

Wayne a v. r. same 
Rankin II. carpenter, C. Eden & Co. r. 

117 W. New York 
Rami Kate, (col'd), wid. r, 1G3 Indiana 

a V 
RainiMhan Peter J. lab. Ind. Rolling Mill 
Raiischan William, lab. Ind. HoUing Mill 
RansteMil William H. salesman, L. W. 

Honse cSl Co. 
Raper [{oht'it, r.iilroader, r 59 Eddy 
Raper h. lab. Osgood, Smith & Co. 
Rapher Charles, lab. Peru Depot, r 139 

E. Merrill 
Rapp Fiedeiick J. plow maker, 194 E. 

W i.shingion, r. 240 E. Market 
Rasaner Ellen .Mrs. r. 240 S. Tennessee 
Rascing Charles, tobacconist, r. 235 E. 

Vermont 
Rasihig Ch\rles M. cigars and tobacco, 

rei. 11 E. Washington, r. 224 E. Ver- 
mont 
Raschig G. F. E. (Hamlin & Raschig), r. 

rm E. North 
Rasmusseii Andrew, lab. Ind. Rolling 

Mill 
Rasmnsson Peter, lab. Ind. Rolling Mill 
Rasmnsson U. Ind. Rolling Mill 
Raiii Francis A, sr. r. 318 N. East 



INSURE 

WITH THE 

SINNISSIPPI, 



Ratti Francis A. jr. foreman press room, 
Daily Herald, bds. 318 N. East 

Ratii .lo,>.eph, printer, Daily Herald, bds. 
318 N. East 

Raillebangh John, bils. Scott House 

biau Benjamin, blacksmith, bds. 286 In- 
diana av. 

Rauh Bernard (Feibelman & Rauh),r. 
193 N. Tennessee 

Raupp John, barber, 91 E. South, r. Me- 
ridian. Iiet. Menill and McCirty 

Raushen Henry, lab. 362 S. Te"nessee 

Hawling Frank, lab. Osgood, Smith & Co. 

Rawson Charles E. upholsterer, Bales 
House, r. same 

Ray Cliarles A. judge, r. 140 and 144 Il- 
linois, sw. cor. New York 

R..y David, r. 336 E. New York 

Ray Geo. W. cooper, r. 284 W. Maryland 

Ray Hiiiry, student, N. W.C. University, 
bds. M. .M. Ray's 

Ray Henry C. r. Pennsylvania, sw. cor. 
Tinker 

Ray James M. pres. Bank of the State of 
Indiana, r. 1 12 N. Meridian, cor Ohio 

Ray John, bricklayer, r. 129 N. Liberty 

Kay John W., U S. pension agt. 62 E. 
Washington, up stairs, r. ns. E. 
Washington, outside city limits 

Ray J. N. maker bending machines, r. 
76 Huron 

Ray .Martin M. (Ray & Gordon), r. Penn- 
sylvania, cor. Tinker 

RAY, .M.AYHEW & CO. (James M. Ray, 
Parish L Mayhew, Nelson B. Free- 
man and John L. Harper), boots and 
shoes, whol. 8 W. Louisiana 

Ray Oscar W. salesman, Tarlton & How- 
land, 29 S. Mendian 

Ray O. W. agt. fruit house, bds. 74 N. 
Pennsylvania 

Ray WintitUd S. r. Pennsylvania, sw. cor. 
Tinker 

Ray & Got don (Martin M. Ray and Jon- 
athan W. Gordon), attorneys at law, 
11 Talbott & New's blk. 

Raymond Charles H.(Goolman, Morris & 
t 0.), r. 222 N. Delaware 

Raymond Charles U. at Goolman, Morris 
& Co. 76 W. Washington, bds. 222 N. 
Delaware 

Raymond George M. (G. & S. Raymond), 
r. 122 N. Delaware 

Raymond G. & S (George M and Samuel 
Raymond), blacksmiths. 60 E. Mary- 
land 



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Indiana Music House, 

L M. BENHAM & CO., 

Bates House Corner. 



Raymond Henry, book-keeper, T. B. Elli- 
ott, r. 367 S. Alabama 
Raymond Samuel (G. & S. Raymond)), r. 

122 N. Delaware 
Rayner C. A. salesman, Sponsler & Mc- 

Creery 
Raynotd Jacob (col'd), porter. Sawyer & 

Hasselraan, r. N. Missouri, nr. Indi- 
ana av. 
Reacliemayer Henry, miller, r. 115 St. 

Joseph 
Read D G. student, National Business 

College 
Read John, student. National Business 

College 
Read J. F. elk. bds. 134 N. East 
Read M.Mrs, r. 134 N. East 
Read, see i.lso Reed and Reid 
Reading Thomas, carraige trimmer. Drew 

& Shaw 
Reading William V. carriage trimmer, 

B. C Shaw 
Ready Hiram, bartender, William Bowen, 

bds. 71 8. Illinois 
Reagan David J. (Brown & Reagan), r. 

402 N. New Jersey 
Reagan George William, cabinet maker, 

r. 79 N. Davidson 
Reagan Hector, carpenter, bds. 117 W. 

New York 
Reagan Jep. elk. Wright's brewery, bds. 

162 N. Illinois 
Reagan Lot, physician and surgeon, 12 

S. Mississippi, r. same 
Reager Joseph, carpenter, r. 132 Bluff rd. 
Reagan Pat. lab. r. Fayette 
Reagin William, boot and shoe maker, J. 

N. Rose, bds. Ray House 
Readfen James, lab. r. 409 S. Delaware 
Realy Frederick, lab. Rolling Mill, r. 5 

Willard 
Reardon John, lab. Ind. Rolling Mill 
Reardon Michael T. receiver. Citizens' 

Street R. R. office 132 S. Illinois, bds. 

Spencer House 
Reasner Anthony, drayman, r. 23 E. Mc- 

Carty 
Reasner Henry, carpenter, r. 415 E. 

Washington 
Reasner Herman, mechanic, Osgood, 

Smith "^ Co. 
Reaume John A. salesman, R. R. Parker, 
bds. N. New Jersey, bet. Market and 

Ohio 
Rebb G. A. carpenter, r. 212 Madison av. 



Reber Godfrey, stonecutter, Scott & Nich- 
olson, r. 268 S. Delaware 

Recham Julia Mrs. r. 62 S. Pennsylvania 

Rechison Moses, lab. r. 140 W. Geoigia 

Recker Gottfried, elk. H. Lieber & Co. 
r. 238 S. New Jersey 

Recker Hubert, carpenter, 507 E. Market 

Reger William, Union Cabinet Factury 

Redding A. D. plasterer, r. 17 Louckerhee * 

Redeman Louis, harnessmaker, Reyer & ^ 
Thoms, r. 31 W. St. Clair 

Redfield Alex. elk. Hernld office, bds. 71 
W. Michigan 

Redfield D. A. publisher, 16^ E. Washing- 
ton, r. 71 \V. Michigan 

Redford Horace, bds. 196 St. Joseph 

Redford John E teacher, PURDYS BUS- 
INESS COLLEGE, r. 196 St. Joseph 

Redgewiue Philip, barkeeper, Aster sa- 
loon 

Redmond Buchanan, bricklayer, bds. 144 
N. Tennessee 

Redmond Dennis, policeman, r. 183 W. 
South 

Redmond Harriet, wid. Andrew, boarding 
house, r. 29 S. West 

Redmond Margaret Mrs. r. 243 W. Mary- 
land 

Redmond Samuel, elk. John Jorden, r. 250 
W. Washington 

Redmond S. elk. bds. 170 E. Walnut 

REDMOND THOMAS, liquors, whol. and 
ret. 130 S. Illinois, r. 107 S. Illinois 

Reed Edwin 0. boarding house, 94 S. 
Meridian 

Reed E. R. engraver, W. P. Bingham & 
Co. r. Duncan's row, N. Meridian 

Reed George, teamster, r. 355 W. Wash- 
ington 

Reed Jacob (Reed & Morgan), r. Blake, 
cor. Market 

Reed John, salesman, M. Dernham & Co. 
r. 134 N. East 

Reed Joseph 0. cooper, r. 75 Elizabeth 

Reed S A. Mrs. confectionery, and boaid- 
ing house, 32 N. Pennsylvania, r. 
same 

Reed Werden, freight fireman, B. R. R. 

Reed W. L. student, Bryant, Stratton & 
Co. bds. 126 N. Tennessee 

Reed & Morgan, (Jacob Reed and Daniel 
B. Morgan), coopers, 356 W. Wash- 
ington 

Reely Thomas, lab. r. S. West 

Keen Michael, lab. r. 2 Ann 

Rees Catherine Mrs. r. 95 Oak 

Rees Henry, physician, Delaware, r. 236 
N. East 

Reese Charles, (H. Reese & Co.), r. 115 
W. Washington 

Reese Charles, bds. 188 N. Noble 

Reese Henry (H. Reese & Co.), r. 115 W. 
Washington 



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Reese H. & Co. (Henry and Charles 
lleese), groceries and provisions, 
wliol. and ret. 113 and 115 \V. Wash- 
ington 

Reese John, lab., H. Balweg, r. Ft. Wayne 
;iv. cor. Cherry 

Reese Samuel, refreshment stnud, es. 
Camp Carrington, on I. & L. II. R. 
cor. 2d 

Reese Sar.^i T. Mrs. r. at Frank Smith's, 
N. Tennessee 

Reeve William E. carpenter, bds. 277 Vir- 
ginia av. 

Reeves Alice, wid. Thomas, r, 268 S. Ten- 
nessee 

Reeves C. C. delivery elk, Adams Express, 
r. 510 E. Washington 

Reeves Frank J. cigar stand, Bates House, 
bils. same 

Reeves Frank J. elk. bds. 510 E. Wash- 
ington 

Reeves James S. elk. Asher & Adams, r. 
70 E. MMrket 

Reeves Napoleon Bonaparte, carpenter, 
bds. W. Maryland, bet. .Mississippi 
and .Missouri 

Reeves Sarah Mrs. r. 103 S. New Jersey 

Rehliiig Charles, grocer, 188 S. Illinois 

Reich Gi-leon, carpenter, r. 102 Elm 

Reichwein Philip, barkeeper, J.Deschler, 
r. Oliio, ne. cor. Noble 

Reick Augustus (Gimbel & Co.), r. 120 
N. Noble 

Reid Earl, salesman, J. A. Comingore & 
Co. bds. Sherman House 

Reid J. Mrs. r. 188 Virginia av 

Reid M. J. boarding house, 39 Virginia 
av. 

Reid, see also Reed and Read 

Rcidm.inn Henry, lab. r. 31 W. St. Clair 

Reitel Peier, hutcher, Massachusetts av. 
cor. Vermont 

Reiffel Abraham, lab. Deloss Root & Co. 

Reifle Theordore, elk. John Evans, bds. 
William Campbell's 

Reiley Hugh, lab bds. 365 E. Market 

Reiley H. bds. Little's Hotel 

Reiley Pat. works at Arsenal, bds. 358 
Winston 

Reiner Eugene, saloon, 299 S. Liberty, 
bds. New York 

Reiner .Joseph, house finisher, r, 276 S. 
Alabama 

Reint'eltz Henry, lab. Madison Engine 
House, r. 272 Union 

Reinh.rt Samuel W. carpenter, r. 309 E. 
Merrill 

Reinliari Valentine, cabinetmaker, r. 277 
Bluff rd. 

Reinheimer Nathan, clothier, r. 250 S. 
Meridian 

Reissner Albert, currier, D. Yandes, jr. 
r. 341 Ohio, bet. Liberty and Noble 



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Sinnissippi 

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Reissner Frank, currier, D Vandis. jr. 
bds. ss. Ohio, bet. Liberty and Nuble 

Reisner G. A. .'isst agt. American Horse 
Insurance Co. 17 W. Washington, r. 
173 Winston 

Reisner Henty, carpenter, r. 415 E. 
Washington 

Reisner Henry, shoemaker, 370 Virginia 
ay. r. .same 

Reisner William, elk. r. 331 E. Ohio 

Reisner William, lab. r. 155 Uniou 

Reister John .VI. cooper, r. 308 Massachu- 
setts av. 

Reitz Frank, elk. r. 287 N. Alabama 

REITZ FRANK A. prop'r Commercial 
Hotel, W. Georgia, ne. cor. llliimis 

Reitz Henry, teacher German and Eng- 
lisii Sihool, Maryland, bet Delaware 
and Alabama, r. 287 S. Pennsylva- 
nia 

Reitzel Christian, machinist, Sinker & 
Co. r. 417 S. Illinois 

Remar Louis, r. 80 Elm 

Remelspeck George, butcher, works 80 
Massiicliusetts av. bds. i^ame 

Remis Victor, gardener, r. 270 S. Noble 

Remly Joseph, shoemaker, (i3 Massachu- 
setts av. r. 373 E. New Yi.ik 

Remly J. shoemaker, r. 373 E New York 

Renahan Joseph, laborer, r. 316 Indiana 
av. 

Rene Charles, printer, Daily Telegrnph, 
bds. E Washington, ne. cor. Eiist 

Rene L. C. printer. Daily Telegraph, bds. 
Volk's Garden, E. Washington 

Renn Edmond, wagonmaker. r. 99 S. 
New Jersey 

Renn John, carpenter, r. 315 S. Dela- 
ware 

Renn Michael, lab. Ind. Rolling Mill, r. 
2 Ann 

Rennard John B. mason, r. 323 E. New 
York 

Renner Christian, blacksmith, 123 Bluff 
rd. r.l27 Bluff rd. 

Renner George.barkeeper, Henry Schaubj 
bds. 168 W. Washington 

Rentchlar John G. helper, George Lowe, 
bds rear 218 E. Washington 

Rentchlar Martin, helper, George Lowe, 
bds. 218 E Wflshington 

Rentsch Edward, grocer, 176 S. Illinois, 
r. same 

Rentsch Hermann, grocer, 145 E. Wash- 
ington, r. same 



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lealers, 



Replogan A. L. iigt. Edward's Indianapo- 
lis Dirertory, and agt. for Edwards, 
Greerioiigh iS; DeVed s publioaiions, 
la^ E vVMsliins^ton, hds. 'Z'.) Frati 
Repkiiig Henry, drayman, 293 N. David- 
son 
Repp Lewis, r. 71 N. Noble 
Reseller 0. F. carpenter, r. 161 N. New 

Jersey 
Reshar Clementina (col'd), servant, 405 

N. Pennsylvania 
Reshaiipt Aug saloon, 79 E. VVi.sliiugton, 

r 382 E. Michigan 
Resse Samuel, lab. lud. Rolling Mill 
Reubel Emanuel, dry goods, 15 W. Wash- 

ingion, bds. 239 N New Jersey 
Reubel Morris, dry goo<lB, 15 VV. Wash 

ington, r. 239 New Jersey 
Reusse Conrad, stonemason, r. 417 E 

Wiisliingiou 
Revel VVilliiim W. engineer, r. 303 E. 

tteoigia 
Revels W. Doctor (col'd), r. 205 N. West 
Rexford Eugene M. ( Rexford & Co.), r. 

Illinois, se. cor. 2d 
Rexford Hi Co. (Eugene M. Rexford and 

), gen. ngts Wilcox & Gibhs' 

Sewing Machine, 16 W. Ma.yland 
Reyer George (Reyer & Thoius), r. 434 

Viiginia av. 
REYER .V THOMS (George Reyer and 
Frederick Thorns), saddlei'y. harness 
and saddlery hardwaie, 109 E.VVash 
ingion 
Reynolds Charles Lient. post Provost 

Marshal, Soldiers' Home 
ReynoMs t'hesley, expiessman, r. 79 Ash 
Reynolds Charles W. elk. H. HerfiF, bds. 

Commercial Hotel 
Reynolds > larkson, lab. Terre Haute De- 
pot, r. Fleichei's av. nr. Cedar 
Reynolds C. H. cigarmaker, New York, 

cor. Noble, r. 163 N. Noble 
Reynolds Frank, r. 151 W. South 
Reynolds John (Sulgrove, Reynolds & 

Co ), r. 137 W. New York 
Reynolds John, r. 92 W Ohio 
ReynoMs J hn, bds 79 Ash 
Reynolds John W. carpenter, Indianapo- 
lis Agncultnral Works, r. 84 Benton 
Reynolds L Simpson, patentee, r. 26 

Louc.kerhee 
Reynolds Milea M. driver. City Express, 
r. 27 Ash 



Reynolds Peter, mechanic, bds. 64 W, 

Mary and 
Reynolds Silas T. student, PURDY'S 
BUSINESS COLLEGE, bds. 163 N. 
Noble 
Reynolds Thomas, helper, Ind. Rolling 

Mill 
Reynolds Thomas, stonecutter, r. 168 W. 

Geoigia 
Reynolds Thomas, patent rit;ht agt. r. 

163 N.Noble 
Reynolds William, barkeeper, Empire 

S;iloon, bds. same 
Reynolds William, lab Terre Haute 
Freight Depot, r. Fletcher's av. nr. 
Pine 
Reynolds William, lab Avery & Krege- 

lo, r. 343 MMSsachusetis av. 
Rheame Eugene, elk. bds. 31 Cherry 
Rheiiiiensneider II. shoemaker, r. 83 N. 

New Jersey 
Rh 'inschild John, shoemaker, bds. 21 

Kentucky av. 
Rheiiiheinier N. (Mayer & Rheinheimer), 

r. 250 S. Meridian 
Rhineauker Jake, lab. r. 330 N. New 

Jersey 
Rhinehart John, book-keeper, J. H. Vajen 

& Co. bds. i28 N. Meridian 
Rhinhoe Jacob, carpenter, r. 371 Ver- 
mont 
Rhoades Charles W. watchman, r. 231 W. 

New York 
Rhodes James, elk. bds. Scott House 
RHODES JOHN W. physician, 249 N. 

West 
Rhoads James M. lab. bds. 249 N. Missis- 
sippi 
Rhoad- .Miranda Mrs. r. 285 Blake 
Riiodenbarger Samuel, carpenter, r. 342 

Winston 
Rhodius George, saloon and restaurant, 

15 N. Meridian, r. same 
Rice Gustavus, patteiinaker. Rn chhaupt, 
Zsciiech & Berg, r. 125 E. Washing- 
Ion 
Rice G. clothing and furnishing goods, 

96 E. Washington, bils. Union ilall 
Rice Jidip, lab. Aisenal, bils. Winston 
Rice John, lab. Arsenal, bds. 27 S. Ala- 

b;ima 
Rice Oliver, pumpmaker. r. 291 N. Noble 
Rice Patrick, lab. arsenal, bds. 27 S. Ala- 
bama 
Rice Patrick, lab. r. 113 N. West 
Rice Patrick, Rolling Mill 
Rice Solomon (Rice & Bamberger), r. 70 

N. Mississippi 
Rice Stephen, baker, r. 384 E. Market 
Rice & Bamberger (Solomon Rice and 
Herman Bamberge ), clothing and 
gents' furnishing goods, 6 Bates blk. 
W. Washington 
Ricer Julius, tinner, 324 S. Delaware 



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Richard John, carpenter shop, r. 469 N. 
New Jersey 

Richards Alfred E. Illinois Street Muse- 
um, bds. Commercial Hotel 

Richards Albert, Illinois Street Museum, 
bds. Commeicial Hotel 

Eichaidson Charles, stonecutter, bds. S. 
Tennessee, nr. South 

Richards Frederick VV. printer, Journal 
office, bds Scott House 

Richards F. stonecutter, r. 22 Bates 

Richards Richard, salesman, J. & D. 
Duncan, r. North nr. Meridian 

Richards Richard, periodical siand, Spen- 
cer House, r. Missouri, bet. New 
York and Vermont 

Richardson Benjamin A. elk. John Fish- 
back, bds. 148 N. New Jersey 

Richardson Daniel A. teamster, ns. let, 
VV. Mississippi 

Richardson David F. elk. bds. 164 W. 
Maryland 

Richardson Evans, elk. W. & H. Glenn, 
bds. 80 N. Mississippi 

Richard.'-on Frank, agt. Parker's Sewing 
Machine, 56 N. Illinois 

Richardson Ge-rge, lab. bds. 308 N. Ten- 
nessee, cor. North 

Richardson John W. huckster, r. 122 
Maple 

Richardson Mary Mrs. teacher, 6th Ward 
School, bds. Mississippi, sw. cor. Ma- 
ryland 

Richardson Warren (Richardson & Wil- 
liams), bds. Western House 

Richardson & Williams (Warren Rich- 
ardson and Williams), prop'rs 

Western House, 164 and 166 S. Illi- 
nois 

Richey John, r. 124 N. Missouri 

Richey Samantha, dress and cloak mak- 
er, Mrs. M. Patterson, r. 124 N. Mis- 
souri 

Richey Terressa A. Miss, elk. T. J, Davis, 
r. 124 N. Missouri 

Richie Frank, orderly, H. Quarters, bds. 
196 N. Mississippi 

Richison T. Mrs. r. Jones, bet. West 
and River 

Richman Hermon, saddler, r. rear 225 E. 
Washington 

Richmann Charles, wagonmaker, 287 E. 
Washington, r. 314 E. Washington 

Richmond E. L. Mrs. milliner and dress 
maker, 44 S. Illinois 

Richmond John, lab. r. 342 S. Delaware 

Richmond Joseph, elk. American Express 
office, r. 379 S. East 

Richter Adolph, shoemaker, r. 217 E. 
Washington 

Richter August, street commissioner, r. 
310 Virginia av. 

Richter Florence ( Welsh & Co.), r. 72 E. 
Maryland 



That has Good Property Insures 

WITH THE SINNISSIPPI. 



Richter Frederick, grocer, r. 175 S. Ten- 
nessee 

Richter F. stonemason, r. 9 Fletcher's av. 

Richter Herman, cabinetmaker, Trseyser 
& Robinson, r. 256 Winston 

Richter John F. painter and paper hang- 
er, r. 159 Spring 

Richter Willmm, sr. (Richter & Son), r. 
412 Virginia a v. 

Richter William, jr. (Richter & Son), bds. 
412 Virginiti av. 

RICHTKR & SON (William Richter, sr. 
nnd William Richter jr.), saloon 418 
Viiginia av 

Richtor Henry, blacksmith, r. 261 S. Mis- 
sissippi 

Rickard Henry^(Talbott, Richard & Co.), 
bds. Sherman House 

Rickaids Thomas, carpenter and joiner, 
127 E. Maryland, r. 314 E. Market 

Rickaids William C. carpenter, bdn. 314 
E. Market 

Ricker Frank, Boston agency for patent- 
right articles, 90 E Market 

Ricker Godfrey, r. 305 E. Maiket 

Ricker Julius, tinshop, 223 S. Delaware, 
r. Delaware, bet. Merrill and Mc'arty 

Ricker Leo. bartender, bds. 5UxNoble, cor. 
Maike,t 

Ricker Robert E. supt. and engineer, T. 
H. & I. R. R office, S Tennessee, cor. 
W. Louisiana, r. 82 W. North 

Ricketts William H. bookbinder. Journal 
office, bds. 2 Indiana av. cor. Ohio 

RickhofiF Heiman, salesman, J. & D.Dun- 
can, 77 S. .Meridian 

Ridaell William D. elk. C. A. Wright & 
Co bds. Oliio House 

RIDER ISAIAH, piopr U. S. Normal 
Inst, or Penmanship. 43J E. Wash- 
ington, r. 129 N. jMississlppi 

Ridgeway William, r. 115 N. Missouri 

Hidout Henry, carpenter, r. 125 N. East 

Ridout Henry A. bds. 125 N. East 

Riedeman Fred, apprentice, B. C. Shaw, 
bds. 31 W. St. t'lair 

Riefer J A. money elk. Adams Express 
Co. T. 250 N. East 

Riegs Rudolph, dyer, 42 Virginia av. r. 
same 

Riemenschneder Hermon, shoemaker, r. 
83 N. New Jersey 

Ries (Christopher (Matthes & Ries), r. 126 
Maple 



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SHEET MUSIC, MUSIC BOOKS, 

And anj article in the Music Trade, 
GO TO 

A. M. BEN HAM & CO., 

Bates House Corn r. 

Eiff Nichobxg, shoemaker, 111 S. Illinois, 

r. 105 N. Nohle 
Rifle Jacob, butcher, 306 V^irginia av. r. 

Virginia av. bet. Noble and Cedar 
Rifle Jacob, butcher, 366 Virginia av. r. 

same 
Rifle Peter, so:)pmaker, r. Union, bet. 

Merrill and McCarty 
Rifle Theodore, elk. 58 S. Illinois, bds. 33 

VV. Maryland 
Riggen W. H. (Riggen & Critchell), bds. 

76 S. Meridian 
Riggen & Critchell (W. H. Riggen 'and 
John Criichell), cigars and tobacco, 
76 Massachusetts av. 
RIGGS C. M. druggist, 62 N. Illinois, r. 
ns. 1st, bet. Tennessee and iMissis- 
sippi 
Rihl Charles H. bricklayer, r. 72 Califor- 
nia 
Riley Adam, carpenter, r. 270 Patterson 
Riley Henry, salesman, P. S. Willard, bds. 

Scott House 
Riley Hugh, lab. Central R. R. shop, bds. 

T. Spbiin's, E. .Market 
Riley James, grocer, 217 Minerva, r. same 
Riley James, head waiter, Spencer House 
Riley John, r. 124 N. Missouri 
Riley John, lab. r. 372 S. Tennessee 
Riley Patrick, lab. bds. Depot Exchange 
RILEY WILLIAM H. manager. Metro- 
politan Theater, hds. Palmer House 
Rine John, blacksmith, bJs. Scott House 
Rineard Gotleih, butcher, Charles Kuhn, 

r. 135 Ft. Wayne av. 
Rinehart Ludwig, shoemaker, 66 Massa- 
chusetts av. r. 62 Massachusetts av. 
Rineman Earnst, saloon and garden, 156 

E. Washington, r. same 
Rinert Fied. currier, Fishback, r. 4tb, 

bet. Mississippi and Tennessee 
Ring John, lab. r. 183 Dougherty 
Ringer John Q. carpenter shop, Peru R. 

R. r. 186 St. Joseph 
Ringer Mary A. Mrs. r. 256 N. Enst 
Ringer William, elk. Massachusetts av. 

cor. Alabama, bds. 256 N. East 
Ris F. (Mueller & Ris), r. 187 E. Wash- 
ington 
Ritchart James, horsedealer, bds. 82 S. 

Illinois 
Ritchen J. M. physician, Vinton's block, 

op. p. 0. r. 147 N. Pennsylvania 
Ritehey M. Mrs. r. 471 Virginia av. 
28 W. Georgia 



Rittenhouse George L. groceries and pro- 
visions, 151 W. Washington, r. 244 
N. East 
Rittenhou e William, bds, 70 Indiana av. 
Riiter Augustus, teamster, r. 498 S. New 

Jersey 
Ritter Henry, teamster, r. 498 S. New 

Jersey 
Ritzinger A. W. clerk, gas office, r. ns. 

E. Ohio, bet. New Jersey and East 
Ritzinger Frank L. elk. Fletchers Bank, 

r. 226 E. Ohio 
RITZINGER FRED. sec. German Mutual 
Fire Ins. ('o. agt. German Life Ins. 
Co. of New York, and Hamburg 
American Packet Co. 115 E. Wash- 
ington, r. 226 E. Ohio 
Ritzinger J. B. teller, Fletcher's Bank, r. 

226 E. Ohio 
Roach Alva C. elk. A. D. Streight,-r. 68 

Bates 
Roach Charles, engineer, Spiegel, Thoms 

& Co. r. 308 E. Louisiana 
Roach E. elk. L. I. Mossier, bds. 232 N. 

Illinois 
Roach James, lab. McKernan, Pierce & 
Yandes, r. Jones, bet. West and river 
Roach John, lab. Rolling Mill 
Roach Mary, servant, at 173 N. Tennes- 
see 
Roach Nicholas, lab. r. 25 N. Bright 
Roache Addison L. (McDonald &Roache), 

r. 613 N. Pennsylvania 
Roache P. J. carriage smith, bds. Scott 

House 
Roache Randolph S. notary public, r. 613 

N. Pennsylvania 
Roark Mary, waiter, Little's Hotel 
Roark Thomas, steward, Spencer House, 

bds. same 
Roater Augustus, elk. Dorsey & Layman, 

bds. N. Pennsylvania 
Roback Eli T. bookbinder, bds. 20 East 

Walnut 
Roback Sarah Mrs. r. 20 E. Walnut 
Robbins Edward, blacksmith, r. N. Illi- 
nois, out corporation 
Robbins James, bricklayer, C. Secrest, r. 

436 St. Clair 
Robbins James, student, commercial col- 
lege, bds. 252 N. Mississippi 
Robbins James M. agt. Moody Bros., In- 
diana av. cor. Tennessee 
Robbins James iM student, PURDY'S 

BUSINESS COLLEGE 
Robbins John, boarding house, r. Bluff 

road 
Robbins J. J. Bible agent. 11 Yobn's blk. 
Roberts Catherine, wid. Daniel, r. 213 W. 

Market 
Roberts Chapel (Methodist), N. Pennsyl- 
vania, cor. Market, Rev. A. S. Kin- 
nan, pastor 



Rith John, tailor, bds. 

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Roberts Franklin, teamster, r. 329 West 

Market 
Roberts Hezekiah W. marblecutter. La 

Dow & Winder, r. Maria, bet. Smith 

and Lock 
Roberts James S. carpenter, r. S. W^est, 

nr. McCarty 
Rolierts Jane, servant, Little's Hotel 
Roberts John (Helwig, Roberts & Co.), r. 

3-22 W. New York 
Rolerts John, machinist, B. R. R. shop 
Roberts John W. machinist, B. R. R. shop, 

r. 175 Spring 
Roberts Joseph T. jr. teamster, bds. 300 

Walnut 
Jloberts J. Thompson Hon. barrister, bds. 

around ' 
Roberts Mary T. wid. r. 300 Walnut 
Roberts Motin (col'd), soldier, r. 142 

Douglass 
Roberts Samuel, soldier, r. 281 Indiana 

av. 
Roberts Silas, lab. bds. 800 Walnut 
Roberts Thomas, machinist, r. 322 Vir- 
ginia av. 
Roberts Thomas S. supt. D. Root & Co. r. 

332 Virginia a v. 
Robertson Ale.xander M. (Robertson & 

Funke), r. 10 E. W.-ishington 
Robertson J. E. ( Robertsou & Close), r. 

251 S. Meridian 
Robertson & (]lose (J. E. Robertson and 

William H. Close), whol. and retail 

dry gooils, 10 E Washington, 
Robeitson & Funke (A. M. Robertson 

and F. W. Funke) stocking mfrs. 24 

Virginia a v. 
Robinson Alonzo C. salesman, Stoneman 

& Tuttle, bds. W. North, nr. cor. Il- 
linois 
Robin.son Bigelow, r. 231 E. Market 
Robinson Calvin, lab. r. 30 tyrant 
Robinson Charles B. asst. supt. I. & P. 

R. R.v. 381 S. Alabama 
Robinson Charles S. r. 75 W. North 
Robinson Ed. blacksmith, es. Illinois, bet. 

4ih and 5th 
Robinson Harrison (cold), lab. Helwig, 

Roberts & Co. r. Douglass 
Robinson H. railroader, r. 181 Meek 
Robinson Ira, lab. r. ws. N. Tennessee, 

bet. 6th and 7th 
Robinson James W. plasterer, r. 839 S. 

Alabama 
Robinson James H. (Merrifield & Robin- 
son), r. Michigan, cor. E.ist 
Robinson Jesse (Van Camp & Co ), bds. 

121 N. Mississippi 
Robinson John, teainater, r 2 Arch 
Robinson John R. piano maker, bds. Ala- 
bama, sw. cor. Market 
Robinson J. W. (Van Camp, Jackson & 

Co.), r. Rush Co., Ind. 



THS SINNISSIPPI 



Confines its Business 



TO THE STATE OF INDIANA. 



Robinson Lucretia (col'd), wid. servant, 
Lieut. Col. McClure's 

Robinson R. A. messenger, Adams Ex, 
Co. 

Robinson Robert W. carpenter, r. 110 N. 
Missouri 

Robinson Stephen, bds. Ira Robinson's, 
N. Tennecsee 

Robinson William, foreman, car shop, B. 
R. II. 

Robinson Wm. carpenter, bds. Ira Robin- 
son's, N. Tennessee 

Robinson William (col'd), works at Gen. 
Morris's 

Robinson William J. H. (Traeyser& Rob- 
inson), also Sheriff Marion Co. v. 18 
N. Alabama 

Robinius F. shoemaker, 223 W.Washing- 
ton, r. s;ime 

Robson Charlotte Mrs. r. 209 N. Pennsyl- 
vania 

Rocap Francis B. carpenter, B. R.R. shop, 
r. 201 N. Davidson, cor. Vermont 

Roche Patrick, clerk, Mr. Powell, bds. S. 
West, lift. .Maryland and South 

Rockey Henry F. (H. S. Rockey & Son), 
bds. Paitison House 

Rockev Henry S. (H. S. Rockey & Son), 
r.'202 E. Ohio 

ROCKEY H. S. & SON (Henry S. and 
Henry F. Rockey), coal oil, lamps, 
chandeliers, etc. 13 S. Meridian 

ROCKEY JOHN L. lamp dealer, 11 Mas- 
sachusetts a v. r. same 

Rockwell Emma Mis. r. 134 N. Pennsyl- 
vania 

Rockwell Jones S. dining room, 6 W. Lou- 
isiana 

Rockwell Prindall S.bds. Sherman House 

Rockwell Silas, elk. Sherman House, bds. 
same 

Rock wood William 0. treas. L & C. R. R. 
Company, 30 r. S. Tennessee, cor. Ma- 
ryland 

Rockwood W. student, National Business 
College 

Roda Authony, lab. r. 254 N. Noble 

Roderus Andrew, bartender, 62 E. South, 
r. same 

Rodgers Hiram, lab. bds. 358 Winston 

Rodgers H., M. D. r. 280 N. Noble 

Rodgers James H. lab bds. 280 N. Noble 

Rodsiers K. Mrs. r. 299 S. New Jersey 

Rodler Frank, harness maker, Reyer & 
Thorns, bds. Scott House 
Bowen, Stewart & Co., Dealers In Books, Stationery, etc., 18 W. Washington. 



Saddlery Hardware, Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Horse Collars, etc., can 



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.A.. 3VC. BEKTEC-A.!^ Sc CO„ 

Music Publishers and Dealers in 

MUSICAL MERCHANDISE, 

Of every description. 

All the Street Railroad Lines pass 
our Store. 



Roedter J. Miss, teacher, Ind. Fern. Inst. 

r same 
Roesch Chrtrles, tinsmith, Sponsler & Mc- 

Creery, r. Ohio, cor. East 
Roesenor Harman, wks. Osgood & Smith, 

r. "23 1 N. Liberty 
Roeth John (Roeih & Meier), bds. E. 

Wishiiigton, ne. cor. East 
Roeth & Mier (.John Roeth and Henry 
Mier), merch. tailors, 239 E. Wash- 
ington 
Regan George, lab. Rolling Mill 
Rogers B. F. railroad man, r. 168 N. East 
Rogers Joseph N, book-keeper, at Tyler's 

Bee Hive, b.ls. 1«7 E. Ohio 
Rogers J. P. watchmaker, T. Zumbusch, 

bds. 93 N. New Jersey 
Rogge Rudolph (8childmeier & Rogge), 

r. 184 E. Washington 
Rogsell Hiram S. carpenter. Central R. 

R. shop, bds. Market, cor. Noble 
Rohan Martin, lab. r. 349 Winston 
Roker Peter, grocer, 290 W. Maryland, r. 

same 
Rolbining Samnel (col'd), lab. Bates 

House, r. 424 E. Marylund 
Roll Isaac, r. 203 N. Illinois, cor. Ver- 
mont 
Roll R. Mrs. r. 803 N. New Jersey 
Roll William H. (Roll s Smith), r. 117 

W. Marvland 
ROLL& SMITH (\Villiam H. Roll and 
William Smith), carpets, wall paper 
window shades, 16 S. Illinois 
Rollin Josiah B. instructor of penman- 
ship, r. 134 N. Pennsylvania 
Rome John, porter, J. H. Vajen & Co, 

bds. W. Washington 
Romerill Charles E. plasterer, r. 342 N. 

East 
Romerill James H. cbairmaker, Spiegel, 

Thoms & Co. hds. 342 N. East 
Roney Charles, cistern builder, r, 209 N. 

Liberty 
Ronen John, lab. r. 327 W. Market 
Rooker Alfred, painter, r. 96 Indiana av. 
Rocker A. J. painter, r. 37 Douglass 
Rooker Calvin, claim agt. r. N. Illinois, 

cor. 6th 
Rooker George (J. & G. Rooker), 104 Cal- 
ifornia 
Rooker John (J. & G. Rooker), r. 148 

Indiana av. on canal 
Rooker J. & G. (John and George Rook- 
er), painters, 96 Indiana av. 



Rooker Samuel S. painter, r. 276 N. West 

Roos Jacob, butcher, 139 S, Illinois, r. 
139 and 141 S. Illinois 

Root Jerome B. (Deloss Root & Co.), r. 18 
S. Mississippi 

Root Deloss (Deloss Root & Co.), r. 441 
N. .Meriiiian 

ROOT UELOSS & CO. (Deloss and Jerome 
B. Root), stoves and hollow ware, 
steam engines, mill gearing, etc. 66 
E, Washington 

ROOT D. & JO. (Deloss Root and J. B. 
..oot), founders, 183 and 165 S. Del- 
aware 

Rophrey Hellena Mrs. r. McCarty, bet. 
Union and Madison av. 

Roschwinker Frederick, cigarmaker, r. 2 
Arch 

Rose A. D. captain Coquillard police, r. 
29 W. Pratt 

Rose Charles (Rose & Schuster), r. East, 
cor. Washington 

ROSE D. G\RLAND COL. (Scott, Bur- 
gess & Co.), r. Sherman House 

Rose Francis B. elk. Post Oface, r. 177 S. 
New Jersey 

Rose Franklin, engineer, I. & C. R. R, 
shops, r. 55 Bates 

Rose Frank E. elk. Deloss Root & Co. bds. 
131 E, New York 

Rose J. N. boot and shoemaker, 22 Vir- 
ginia av. r. Virginia av nr. citj 
limits 

Rose Matthew, lab. r. 48 W, Rose 

Rose Robert, shoemaker, bds, 484 N. 
Mississippi 

Rose Thomas, shoemaker, bds. 484 N. 
.Mississippi 

ROSE & SCHUSTER (Charles Rose and 
Julius Schuster), dyeing and scour- 
ing, 323 E. Washington 

Resell Hiram, Central R. R. shop, bds. 
35'' E. Market 

Rosenbaum William, porter, Ind. Insti- 
tute for the Blind 

Rosenberg John, cutter, H. Enggass, r. 
272 Virginia av. 

Roseuberger Gustav, lithogrnphic en- 
graver, Wm. Braden &. Co. bds. 23 
Kentucky av. 

ROSENBROtJK FREDERICK, grocer, 
201 Virginia av. r. same 

Rosenbrock William, grocer, 401 Virginia 
av. r. same 

Rosenbrock George, porter. Jones, Vin- 
nedge & Jones, 7 and 8 Bates House 

Rosenniayer Charles, teamster, r. Geor- 
gia, bet. Liberty and Noble 

Rosengarten Albert, collector. Evening 

Gazette, bds. 31 E Cherry 
Rosengarten Leon T elk. Stewart & Mor- 
gan, bds. 3',' E. Ohio 
Rosengarten Louis, music teacher, r. 330 
Railroad 



Fine Alpacas at Jones, Hess & Davis'. 



be bought of Sulgrove, Reynolds &. Co., 20 West Washington Street. 



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Rosengarten Mary Mrs. r. 31 E. Cherry 
Rosemhal Adolph, liquor merchant, r. 

259 N. Illinois 
Rosenthal Henry (Hays, Aikman & Co.), 

r. 142 Virginia av. 
Rosenthal Henry (Hays & Rosenthal), r. 

142 Viigini I av. 
RosenHial lienry (S. Rosenthal & Bro. ), 

bds. Commercial Hotel 
Rosenthal Joseph VV. salesman, Landaur 

& Co. btls. 8pencer House 
Rosenthal yarauel, salesman, M. Dern- 

ham, bds. Sherman House 
Rosenthal Samuel (S.Rosenthal & Bro.), 

bds. Commercial Hotel 
Rosenthal S & Bro. (Samuel and Henry 

Kosenthal), clothing, 75 S. Illinois 
Rosevinker George, cigarmaker, 281 N. 

East, r. same 
Ross Alex. liih. r. 6th, bet. Tennessee and 

Mississippi 
Ross A. P. elk. bds. 126 N. Tennessee 
Ross Frank, cik. Eagle Grocery, cur. Il- 
linois and Indiana av. r. 67 Indiana 

av. 
Ross F. student. National Business Col- 
lege 
Ross Henry .J. boarding house, 67 Indi- 

diana av. 
Ross James, carriage painter, r. 277 E. 

Georgia 
Ross John, engineer, I. & C. R. R. Co. r. 

289 E. Louisiana 
Ross John T. miller, r. 330 E. Vermont 
Ross J. F. carpenter, r. 388 Indiana av. 
Ross J. H. coal office, 24 E. Pearl, r. 294 

N. Tennessee 
Ross J. J. elk. J. H. Ross, bds. same 
Ross Norman M. c!k. pension bureau, r. 

128 S. Meridian 
Ross Samuel, elk. M. D. Williamson, bds. 

61 S. Noble 
Rossier H. (H. L. Tetaz & Co.), r. 311 N. 

Alabama 
Rossman Charles, saloon, E. Washington, 

nr. Deaf and Dumb Institute, out- 
side corporation, r. same 
Roszel Mitchell, painter, r. 137 Union 
Roth Sebastian, lab. C. F. Schmidt's 

Brewery, r. 62 Bicking 
Rothrock Valentine, supt. Osgood, Smith 

& Co.'s factory, r. 236 N. Meridian 
Rothschild Henry, clothier, 168 and 134 

S. Illinois, bds. 131 E. South 
Rotbschild Joseph, salesman, 134 S. Illi- 
nois, bds. 131 E. South 
Rottler Conrad, tailor, F. Gcepper & Co. 

bds. Kelp's 
Roub John, barber, r. es. Meridian, bet. 

Merrill and McCarty 
Roudbush G. P. blacksmith, bds. 58 N. 

California 
Rouer John, lab. r. 203 N. Davidson 



TUE$L\i\l*<^.SIPPI 



ISSUES POLICIES FOR ANY TERM 



Not Exceeding Seven Years. 



Rouhette Arthur, elk. r. 292 E. Wiishiiig- 
ton 

Rouse H. J. butcher, 148 N. Tenneseee, 
bds. 31 Indiana av. 

Rouse Lymau W. (L. W. Rouse & Co.), 
bds. Oriental House 

Rouse L. VV. & Co. (L. W. Rouse and L. W. 
Belding), ready-made clothing and 
gents' furnishing goods, 70 N. Illi- 
nois, Miller's blk. 

Rouse George, varnish agt. bds. 71 Indi- 
ana av. 

Rouse H. J. elk. Sheppard's grocery, bds. 
31 Indiana av. 

Rouse Lemuel, carpenter, bds. 71 Indiana 
av. 

Rousen George, carpenter, C. Eden & Co. 
r. 377 E. Michigan 

Rouser George, bakery, 112 Bluif rd. r. 
same 

Rout Thomas C. (Rout & Bates), r. 22 
Louckerbee 

ROUT & BATES (Thomas C. Rout and 
Charles A. Bates), grocer, ret, 7 N. 
Pennsylvania, Odd Fellows' Hall 

Routen G. F. carpenter, foreman, C. Eden 
Co. r. 336 N, Noble 

Routier Anatole B. carpenter, r. Elm, cor. 
Cedar 

ROUTIER PETER, carpenter and builder 
Virginia av. cor. Cedar, r. 394 Vir- 
ginia av 

Routier Peter, sr. carpenter, r. 79 Elm 

Routier Peter, jr. carpenter, r. 79 Elm 

Row William (Smith & Row), r. 117 W. 
Maryland 

Rowan James A. (Felix & Rowan), bds. 
Crystal Palace 

Rowe Austin, machinist. Central R. R. 
shop, r. Ill Spring 

Rowe Jacob J. supt., McKernan, Pierce 
& i'andes, r. 250 S. Tennessee 

Rowe John, teamster, r. 238 Bluff rd. 

Rowe Samuel P. salesman, J. H. Vajen 
& Co. r. 188 E. Michigan 

Rowe Titus, mason, Ird. Rolling Mill 

Rowe William, book-keeper, Ind. Rolling 
Mill bds. ns. Maryland, bet. Illinois 
and Meridian 

Rowe William, elk. Ind. Rolling Mill^ 
bds Norwood, bet. Illinos and Ten- 
nessee 

Rowlson Margaret, wid. v. 219 E. North 

Roy Herman, agt. Hatin & Bals, r. 119 Ft. 
Wayne av 

Parsons, Macauley & Co., Wholesale School Books, etc., No. 13 W. Maryland. 



Omar Newman, Commission Merchant, Indianapolis, Ind., also Wholesale 



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BKNHAM & CO,, 

Bates House Corner, 

Are sole Agents in Indiana for 

Kaabe & Co'.s. Steinway & Sons, 

And. otber 

FIRST CLASS PIANOS. 

Rover tieorge, pass^enijer fiieinau, B. R. R. 

Rozipr A;uon, ciirpenter, Helwig, Roberts 
& '0. r. 146 Blackford 

Ruht-l E.nannel (E. Rubel & Co.), r. 239 
N. New .lersey ' 

Rubel R. & Co (Emanuel Rubel, and Ja- 
cob Wertheiraer), dry goods, 15 W. 
Washington 

Ruble Vr'. E "elk. A. D. Streight, r. atoffice 

Rubiish Alex, bricklayer, r. 241 N. Lib- 
erty 

RubuHh Fletcher (Rubush & Mann), r. 
48 Fletcher's av. 

Rubiish (ieorge W. lab. r. 162 Elm 

Rubush >'^ Minn (Fletcher Rubush and 
Alfred .Mann), carpenters, Wabash 
al. bet. Ohio and Market, Liberty 
and Noble 

Ruckersfe'd Charles, porter, Hahn & 
Bals, bds. Scott House 

RHdv .John, teimster, Wilson's woodyard, 
"bds. Mrs ?. E. Whiles 

Ruf John, batcher, 306 W. Washington, 
r snme 

Rugei' Henry, bartender, A. Rumann, bds. 
same 

Rule K, chard, elk. J. & D. Duncan, r. 429 
N. Meridian 

RU.XiA.NN AUGUSTUS, grocer and sa- 
loon, 332 and 334 Virginia av. r. 
same 

Rumell Jacob, lab. Rolling Mill 

Rumell John A. lab. Rolling Mill, r. 63 
E .McCarly 

Rumple D. W. publisher, r. 60 Bates 

Rung Christ, butcher, M. Kauffman, r. 
East. bet. North and Michigan 

Runion John, lab. r. 38 Maple •' 

Ruiinion William, photographic gallery, 
32 J E. Washington, bds. 17^ Virgin- 
ia av. 

Runyen Kobert, carpenter, r. 18 Fletch- 
er's av. 

Rupp John, spinner, Merritt & Coughlen, 
r. 39 Bright 

Rupp William F. mer. tailor, 131 E. 
Washington, r. E. National rd. be- 
joiil .\sylum 

RuschaPeier, stonemason, r. 21 Wyoming 

Ruschhanpt Ausust (H. Allmann & Co.), 
r. 382 E. Michiaran 

Ruschhanpt, Zschech & Berg ( F. Ruch- 
haupi, G. Zschech and Henry Berg), 
proprs National foundry and ma- 
chine works, Meridian, ne. cor. South 
Velvet Cloaks at No. 



Ruschhanpt Frederick (Ruschhanpt, 
Zschech & lierg), r. 110 W. Dela- 
ware, bet. North and Michigan 

Ruschhanpt Gustav, salesman, C. Witten- 
berg, r. 131 N. New Jersey 

Ruschhaupt William, livery stable, 23 S. 
Delaware, r. 131 N. New Jersey 

Rusch Fred. P. grain mer. r. 105 N. "Me- 
ridian 

Rush William, carpenter, bds. 35 W. Mar- 
ket 

Rush William P. physician and surgeon, 
20 W. Maryland, r. 487 N. lUinois 

Rush W. P. (Daily, Kiefer & Co.), r. 487 
N. Illinois 

Ruske Henry, planer, r. 86 S. East 

Rusbey Joseph, mechanic, Goolman, Mor- 
ris & Co. 

Russell A. student. National Business 
Vyollege 

Rnssel A. W. elk. P. 0. bds. 296 S. Me- 
ridian 

Russell David, moulder. Sinker & Co. r. 
rear 82 S. Delaware 

Russel George, shoemaker, bds. 90 S. Me- 
ridian 

Ru?sel George, shoemaker, L. Siersdorfer 
& Bro bds. Central House 

Russel George H. with C. A. Wright & 
Co. bds. Spencer House 

Russell James, contractor, r. 281 N. West 

Russell James N. elk, P. 0. r. 296 S. Me- 
ridian 

Russell John, carpenter, B. R. R. 

Russell J. S. deputy marshal, r. 354 S. 
Delaware 

Russell [j. policeman, r. 82 S. Noble 

Piussel Nicholas, grocer, ws Michigan rd. 

Russel Peter, elk. Lesh. Tousey & Co. r. 
Michigan rd. nr. city limits 

Russell Samuel, lab. Capital .Mills, r. 321 
W. Market 

Russell Thomas, shoemaker, r. 243 S. 
Missouri 

Ruth Adolph, bartender, 168 W. Wash- 
ington, bds. same 

Ruth Chas. bartender. Commercial Hotel 

Ruth Louis, barkeeper. Commercial Hotel 
bds. same 

Ruth Robert, bartender. Commercial Ho- 
tel 

Rutherford Allen, Col. commanding Camp 
Carrington, bds. 115 N. Illinois 

Ryan Addison, plasterer, r. 312 North 

Ryan Edward, lab. 34 Helen 

Ryan Ellen, wid. Patrick, r. 337 S. Mis- 
eouri 

Ryan Ellen B. wid. John, r. 75 S. Mis- 
sissippi 

Ryan Hannah Miss, waiter, Palmer 
House 

Ryan. Igoe & Waters (Richard J. Ryan, 
Martin Igoe and Joseph G. Waters), 
attorneys, 28^ N. Illinois 

3, Odd Fellows' Hall. 



dealer in Agricultural Implements. P. 0. lock box 378. See adv. op. title. 



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Ryan 'ames B. (Elliott, Ryan & Co.). r. 
168 N. Mississippi 

Ryan John (John Ryan &Co.), b'ls. Bates 
House 

Ryan John, ironfiuisher, bds. 119 Massa- 
chusetls iiv. 

Ryan Jehn, bib. r. 278 S. Delaware 

Ryan John, lab. Zimmerman & Co. r. 200 
S. Delaware 

Ryan .lohn, lab. r. .368 S. Tennessee 

Ryan John, machinist, I. & C. R. R. shop, 
r. 24 S. En St 

Ryan John, apprentice, B. C. Shaw, bds. 
Scott House 

Ryan John, bds. Walker House 

Ryan John Mrs. r. 22 S. East 

Ryan John B. (Ryan & Knott), r. 289 W. 
Michigan 

RYAN JOHN & CO. (John Ryan, Pat- 
rick Gray, and James W. Turley,) 
dry goods, whol. and ret. 5 E. Wash- 
ington 

Ryan Mnthew, elk. John Ryan & Ce. bds. 
Scott House 

Ryan Micliael, helper, Ind.. Rolling Mill 

Ryan Michael lab. bds. 279 S. Tennessee 

Ryan Michael, lab. r. 364 S. Tennessee 

Ryan Michael, lab. B. R. R. 

Ryan Patrick, Lib. Rolling Mill, r. 3G8 
S. Tennessee 

Ryau Patrick, lab. r. 113 Huron 

Ryan Robert C. painter, 58 N. Pennsyl- 
vania, bds. J. B. Ryan's 

Ryan Richard J. (Ryan, Igoe & Waters), 
r. 134 N. Illinois 

Ryan B W. cooper, bds. Walker House 

Ryan Thomas, cigarstand. Bates House, 
bds. same 

Ryan Thomas F. (Elliott, Ryan & Co.), r. 
134 N. Illinois, bet. New York and 
Ohio 

Ryan William, carriage blacksmith, bds. 
Scott House 

Ryan & Cook (John B. Ryan and Thomas 
V. Cook), house, sign and ornamen- 
tal painters, 58 N. Pennsylvania 

Ryder G. V. M. comedian. Metropolitan 

Ryley Edtnoml, lab. gas works, r. 167 
Madieon av. 

Rynders Joiin H. book-keeper, J. H. Va- 
jen & Co. bds. 128 N. Meridian 



^ABLE Charles, carpenter, Union Fac- 

^ tory, r 224 Winston 

Sacketi C. (). printer, Hall & Hutchin- 
son, bds. Mrs. Jack's, N. Pennsylva- 
nia 

Sackett. Frank E. gunsmith, arsenal, bds. 
131 E New York 

Sacks Edward, engineer, r. 232 S. Mis- 
souri 

Sadler Joseph jr. (Whitney & Sadler), r. 
84 S. Illinois 



inxrsxjU-MS 



WITH THE 



Sage Charles, atty. at law, office, 8 Tem- 
perance Hall. r. 327 W. Washington 

Sage John, core maker, D. Hoot & I'o. r. 
130 Bluff rd. S. of McCarty 

Sahn Louis, carpenter, r. 4H.5 N. Alabama 

Sahn Ludwig, grocer, 142 Ft. Wayne av. 
r. same 

Sailer Jackson, heater, Rolling Mill, r. 
270 S. Illinois 

Sailors James L. groceries and produce, 
98 E. Washington, r 210 E. Ohio 

Sain Harley A. N elk. bds. 58 S. Penn- 
sylvinia 

Saire Philip, blacksmith, r. 431 E. Ver- 
mont, 

Sale George, shoemaker, H. Julow 

Saltmarsh Wm.L. carpenter and builder, 
New York, bet. Illinois and Meridi- 
an, r. 479 N. Meiidiiin 

Saltsmnn Oliver, hostler, bds. 36 S. Penn- 
sylvania 

Salter William H. vice pres. Sinnissippi 
Insurance Co. bds. 79 Massachusetts 
av. 

Salter William, sec. Sinnissippi Ins. Co. 
bds 79 Mnssachiisetts hv. 

Sammons A. elk. Am. Ex Co. bds. Pyle 
House 

Sample James C. teamster, r. 52 Cherry 

Sample Samuel, carpenter, r. 428 E. St. 
Clair 

Sanburn A. G. painter, r. 176 Blackford 

Sanburn Charles W. grocer, r. 258 Indi- 
ana av. 

Sandefur James, lab. bds. 398 S. Tennes- 
see 

Sandefur J. S. l.ab. McFCernan, Pierce & 
Yandes, r. 21 S. West 

Sander John, carpenter, r. 282 N. Lib- 
erty 

Sander Theodore, salesman, C. Vonnegut, 
bds. Union Hall 

Sanders Henry, apprentice, Charles H. 

SABLE Charles, carpenter, Union Fac- Wehling, IdiIs. 240 S. Delaware 

tory, r 224 Winston Sanders Herman, piano maker, Traeyser 

& Robinson, bds. Mississippi, corner 
Ohio 
Sanders Jacob F. student, PURDY'S 

BUSINESS COLLEGR 
Sanders Jacob T. salesman, v'^inks & Will- 
cox, bds 415 W Washintiton 
Sanders John (col'd), servant, r. 345 N. 

Al ibama 
Sanders John E. bartender, Bates House 
saloon, bis. Bates House 
Parsons, IVIacauley& C.o., Wholesale School Books, etc., No. 13 W. Maryland. 



Sulgrove, Reynolds & Co., Manufacturers and dealers in Horse Collars, 



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BATES HOUSE COBNEH. 



Sanderson W. A. tally man, B. R. R. bds. 

174 N. Davidson 
Sandofer James S. carpenter, r. 400 S. 

Tennessee 
Sandridge Wm. blacksmith, 322 Indiana 

av. bds. 368 Blake 
Sanford Anna Miss, r. 302 W. Maryland 
Sanks George W. (G. VV. Sanks & Co.), r. 

149 E. Washington 
Sanks G. W. & Co. (George W. Sanks 

and James W Lemon), saloon. 149 

E. Washington 
SANTO EDWAIID, Verandah saloon, 40 

W. Louisiana, r. Sitme 
SAPP WILLIAM D. elk. Spencer House 
Sargent Arthur W. carpenter, A. Brouse, 

r. 138 E. New York 
Sargent F. L. blacksmith, r. 142 S. East 
Satler August, tin worker, 223 Mhss.'i- 

chusetis av. r. snme 
Sauer John, carpenter, Ind. Rolling Mill, 

r. McCarty, bet. Bluff roid and Illi- 
nois 
Saulcy ('harles, harnessmaker, Sulgrove, 

Reynolds & Co. r. ws. Illinois, N. of 

Spencer House 
Saunders Jacob, student. PURDY'S BUS- 

NESS COLLEGE, bds. 37 Indiana 

av. 
Saumlers John, piano maker, Traeyser & 

Robinson, bds. 101 N. Mississippi 
Saunders William H. peddler, r. 228 W. 

Georgia 
Saunders Wm. L. barkeeper, Franklin 

House, bds. same 
Sawyer Christopher (Sawyer & Willetts), 

r. Cleveland 0. 
Sawyer Edward, lab. bds. 110 Indiana 

av. 
Sawyer John S. (Sawyer & Hasselman), 

v. 163 N. Illinois 
Sawyer J. B. elk. T. H. & I. freight office, 

r. 40 W North 
SAWYER & HASSELMAN (John S.Saw- 
yer and Louis W. Ha.sselman), whol. 

grocers, 40 S. Meridian 
SAWYER & WILLKFTS (Christopher 

Sawyer and VV. P. Willeits), feed 

store and commission merchants, 62 

E. Market 
Say Mike, works at arsenal, bds. Axforth 
Sayer Philip (S. W. Drew & Co.), r. 181 

(old No.) E. Vermont 
Sayers Thomas, bds. 64 W. Maryland 

Furs of all kinds at No 



Sayers Thos. lab. C. & I. C. R. R. depot, 
bds. 209 S. Pennsylvania 

Sayler J. heater, Ind. Rolling Mill 

Sayler Wm. hooker, Indianapolis Rolling 
Mill 

Scanlan Mike, lab. bds. 292 Winston 

Scanlin Ann, wid. r. 180 E. Vermont 

Scantlin John M. lab. Wright's brewery, 
r. Elizabeth, cor. Blake 

Scars John, lab, r. 269 S. Pennsylvania 

Scarbrook Henry, carpenter, I. & C. R. R. 
shop, r. 193 Bales 

Sceigert Frederick, grocer, 264 S. Illinois, 
r. same 

Scha&f Valentine, carpenter, r. 313 East 
Market 

Schad Christian, elk. Wm. Haerle, bds. 
331 E. Vermont 

Schad Gotleib, carriagemaker, S.W. Drew 
& Co. r. 101 N. Davidson 

Schaedel A. machiiiist, Brinkmaoyer & 
Schneider, r. Madison av. bet. South 
and Merrill 

Schnefer Frank, tinsmith, Jacob Voegtle 

Schafer Henry, lab. Helwig, Roberta & 
Co. r. al. bet. New York and Ohio, 
Missouri and Mississippi • 

Schafer Jacob, saloon, r. 180 W. Michi- 
gan 

Schater J. wood sawyer, r. i.l. bet. New 
York and Ohio, Mi8sis.«i| pi and Mis- 
souri 

Schafer Peter, r. 561 E. St. Chiir 

Schafer William, works Fi.shhack's tan- 
nery, r. al. bet. Sd an j 4ih, .Missis- 
sippi and Tennessee 

Schakel Christopher, lab. r. 350 S. Ala- 
bamii 

Schako Charles, shooting gallery, Capitol 
Garden, r. 133 Bluff rd. 

Schaler Henry, lab. B. R. R. shop, r. 225 
S. Alabama 

Schamberg Wm. shoemaker. 25 N. New 
Jersey, r. 131 N. Davidson 

Scharff Nathan, snlesmnn, Feibelman & 
Rauh, r. 115 W. South 

Schartz Peter, hostler, r 376 E. Ohio 

Schaub Henry, saloon, 168 W. Washing- 
ton, r. same 

Schaub Jacob, shoemaker, r. 199 N. East 

Schaub John, lab. r. 225 N. Noble 

Schaub John, painter, r. 497 N. Alabama, 
cor. St. Joseph 

Schaub John, striker, B. R. R. shop 

Schaub Peter, expressman, r. 225 N. No 
ble 

Schaub George (Schaub & Schmit), r. 223 
N. Noble 

Schaub & Schmit (George Schaub and 
Philip Schmit), shoemakers, 186 E. 
Washington 

Schaupt Elizabeth Mrs. r 140 Union 

Schedil Heronomus. brushmnker, 216 E. 
Washington, r. 79 N. Noble 

. 3, Odd Fellows' Hall. 



and Saddlery Hardware, 20 West Washington Street. 



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Scheigert Mike, wagonmaker, 26 S. New 

Jersey, r. W. Georgia, bet. Illinois 

and Meridian 
Scehler Henry, driver, Casper Maus & 

Co. r. 284 E. Louisiana 
Schell Christian, lab. r. 575 S. Illinois 
Schell Joseph, gardeuer, r. 247 S. Dela- 
ware 
Schelleng Henry (Schelleng & Bro.), bds. 

Mrs. Dearber's 
SCHELLENG & BRO. (Henry and D. 

Schelleng), chair manufacturers, 

rear 134 E. McCarty 
Scheltz William, elk. bds. 76 S. Meridian 
Scheiieraan William, checkman, J. & I. 

freight depot, r. Bluff rd. S. McCarty 
Soberer August, barkeeper, F. Kissel, r. 

18 S. Delaware 
Scherer Jacob, barnesemaker, Sulgrove, 

Reynolds & Co. r. es. Kentucky av. 

bet. Washington and Maryland 
Scherer John, brewer, Gagg & Co. 
Scherman August, prof, music, bds. 29 

W. Pratt 
Schetter Christopher, fireman, Gagg & 

Co. 
Schetter Julius, brewer, Gagg & Co. 
Scheneiiberger William, carpenter, C. 

Eden & Co. 
Scheurer John, cisternbuilder, r, 382 E. 

New York 
Scheurraan A. P. teacher of instrumental 

music, Iiuliantipolis Female College 
Scheupiier Gotleib, gardener, r. 7th north 

of Camp Carriagton 
Schick Preston, soldier, r. 289 E. New 

York 
Schierling Herman, messenger, Indiana 

National Bank, r. 292 N. Liberty 
SchifF bower Joseph, student, PURDY'S 

BUSINESS COLLEGE 
Schildmeier Frederick (Schildmeier & 

Rogge), r. Ill N. Noble 
Schildmeier & Rogge (Fred'k Schildmeier 

and Rudolph Rogge), mer. tailors, 

184 E. Washington 
Schilling Edward, barkeeper, 133 S. Illi- 
nois, bds. same 
Schillsmidt Adolf, musician, r. 246 E. 

Ohio 
Schiltmeier Anthony (A. Schiltmeier & 

Co.), 304 E. Washington, r. 375 E. 

Michigan 
Schiltmeier & Co. (Anthonv Schiltmeier 

and Fred'k Voight), 304 E. Washing- 

ington 
Schiltmeyer Fred, driver feedwagon, 53 

Peru 
Schindler Catharine, wid. r. 173 E. Wash- 
ington 
Schindler Oscar, elk. C. Vonnegut, bds. 

173 E. Washington 
Schisselle Christian, lab. 261 S. Missis- 
sippi 



Office 35 £. Markei St. 



ACCTrMULfl.TED CAPITAL OVER 



S 5 O 0,0 O O. 

Schittenger George, porier, Tousey, By- 
ram & Co. 
Sehiveley Albert R. telegraph operator, 

bds. 40 Huron 
Sehiveley E. Mrs. r 40 Huron 
Schlater H. C. machinist, B. R. R. sh«p 
Schlater William H. sec. Gov. Morton, r. 

80 N. New Jersey 
Schley George, printer. Journal oifice, 

bds. Scott House, W. Maryland 
Schley John, asst. foreman, Indianapolis 

Daily Herald, bds. Scott House 
Schleibitz Fred, watchmaker, bds. 523 E. 

Market 
Schlithaver Valentine, works Union Fac- 
tory, r. 152 N. Davidson 
Schlosser Henry (Linder & Co.), r. 393 S. 

East 
Schlotinger Jacob, stonemason, bds. 618 

E. Washington 
Schlotzhauer Adam, grocer, Liberty, cor. 

Vermont, r. same 
Schlotzhauer Valentine, cabinetmaker, r. 

Davidson, cor. New York 
Schmack Martin (Schmack & Leible) 
Schmack & Leible (Martin Schmack and 

George Leible) , shoemakers, 226 E. 

Washington 
Schmallholz Casper, elk. E. Washington, 

ne. cor. East 
Schmedel Hermonius (Schmedel & Prick- 
er), r. 79 N. Noble 
SCHMEDEL & FRICKER (H. Schmedel 

and Jacob Fricker), brushmakers, 

216 E. Washington 
Schmick Charles L. boot and shoe maker, 

71 N. Pennsylvania, r. 86 Indiana av. 
SCHMIDT C. F. brewery, Alabama, r. 

169 E. McCarty 
Schmidt Henry, waiter, W. Selking, bds. 

with same 
Schmidt H. C. elk. J. George Stilz, r. 191 

E. Washington 
Schmidt Leopold, turner, L. Kolb, r. 38 

BlufiF rd. 
Schmidt Lorenz, elk. Seidensticker & 

Kappes, r. ^s. N. Noble, bet. Ohio and 

Market 
Schmidt Ludwig, shoemaker, r. 246 E. 

Washington 
Schmidt Peter, carpenter, I. & C. R. R. 

shop, r. 394 E. Market 
SCHMIDT ROBERT, tanner and mnfr. 

of drumheads, 47 S. New Jersey, r. 



I same 

Bowen, Stewart & Co., Dealers in Books, Stationery, etc., 18 W. Washington. 



Omar Newman, east of Union Depot, Wholesale Agent for Indiana, for 



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EVERY PIANO SOLD BY 

BENH AM & CO., 

Bates House Corner, 

IS FULLY WARRANTED. 



Schoneyman William, lab. r. 148 Bluff rd. 

Sehooley Thomas, trader, r. 520 N. Illinois 

Schoppenhorsi William, groceries and 
produce, 125 E. Washington, r. same 

Schorerluck John, drayman, r. 165 Ste- 
phenson 

Sehott Charles, lab. r. 525 S. Illinoifl 

Scbott Phelix. cigarmaker, Henry Schulz, 
bds. 57 E. South 

Schove Frederick, blacksmith, r. 1 Wal- 



Schmidt Rudolph (R. Schmidt & Co.), r. 

191 E. Washington 
Schmidt R. & Co. (Rudolph Schmidt and Schove William, lab. r. 80 Walter 

Anson Frank), wholesale wines and j Schowe E. Frederick, blacksmith, B. F. 

liquors, Union Hall bldg. i Haugh, r. 1 Walter 

Schmidt William, butcher shop, 221 Mas- { Schowe Fred. lab. I. & C. R. R. shop, r. 

sachusetts av. | 350 Virginia av. 

Schmit Hernian, lab. C. F. Schmidt^s j Schrader Anthony, r. 276 N. Liberty 

brewery i Schrader Christ, salesman, C. A. Wood- 

Schmit Philip (Schuah & Schmit), r. 125 ; bridge, r. 126 N. Mississippi 

Spring j Schrader C. F. lab. McCord & Wheatley, 

Schmiit George, painter, r. 258 S. Dela- i r. 124 E. McCarty 



ware 
Schmiit George, saloon, 80 S. Delaware, 

r. same 
Scbmitt Leonhart, lab. r. 29 W. McCarty 
Sclimitt Philip, shoemaker, r. 128 Spring 
Schmitt William, saloon, Sherman House, 

r. Sheridan House 
Schmitts August, carpenter, bds. 511 E. 

Market 
Schmitts William Henry, carpenter shop 



i Schrader Frederick (Holly & Schrader), 

bds. 220 N. Missouri" 
I Schrader Fred. S. shoemaker, bds. 124 N. 
I Mississippi 

j Schrader Henry, elk. Daily, Kiefer & Co. 
I bds. 124 N. Mississippi 

I Schrader John, painter, bds. 319 North 
i Schrader John A. r. 126 N. Mississippi 
I Schranier Andrew, tailor, Jacob Becker & 
I Co. 



Libeity. r 287 Massachusetts av. ! Schramm Charles, book-keeper, r. 223 E. 
Schmock Frances iMrs. r. 85 N. Missouri i Vermont 

Schmock Martin, shoemaker, r. 164 N. j Schramm J. C. A. salesman, Spiegel, 

Davidson Thoms & Co. r. 223 E. Vermont 

SchmoU Frederick, carriagebuilder, Geo. J Schrayer Charles, carpenter, r. 366 West 



Lowe, bds. Central House 

Schneider Conrad, brewer, Gagg & Co. 

Schneider George W. works Frank 
Wright's brewery, bds. 423 E. St. 
Clair 

Schneider Jacob, shoemaker, r. 34 S. Al- 
abama 

Schneider John (Steffens & Schneider), 
r. 193 S. East 

Schneider J. (Brinkmeyer & Schneider), 
r. 172 W. South 

Schneider Nick, r. 31 Buchanan 

Schneider Peter, lab. 423 E. St. Clair 

Schnnll Henry, treas. Eagle Machine 
Works, r. ns. North, bet. Illinois and 
Meridian 

SchnuU Henry J. pres. Merchants' Na- 
tional Bank, r. 18 W. North 

Schoemaker Ferdinand, r. Ohio, cor. East 

Schoettler Christian, barkeeper, Jack- 
son saloon, bds. 154 W. Washington 

Schoin Louis, clothing, 86 W. South, r. 
same 

Scholiz Louis (Scholtz & Foltz), r. 896 E 
Market '" 

SCHOLTZ & FOLTZ (Louis Scholtz and 
Howard M. Foltz), mer. tailors, 81 
N. Pennsylvania 



Washington 

Schreader Charles, carpenter, r. 133 E. 
Merrill 

Schreader Christ, lab. r. 124 E. McCarty 

Schreck Mary Miss, r. 253 N. Noble 

Schreder Christian (Schreder & Pohler), 
r. Virginia av. bet Cedar and Noble 

SCHREDER & POHLER (Christian 
Schreder and Lewis Pohler), grocers, 
416 Virginia av. 

Schreiner William, tanner, r. 210 Madi- 
son av. 

Schreyer John, heater. Rolling Mill, r. 
257 S. Mississippi 

Schriver Henry, teacher, r. 280 N. Ala- 
bama 

Schroeder August (Schroeder & Hofmeis- 
ter), r. 257 E. New York 

Schroeder & Hofmeister (Aug. Schroeder 
and Christian Hofmeister), tailors, 
83 E Washington 

Schroer William, elk. r. 260 S. Alabama 

Schroliker Henry, lab. McCord & Wheat- 
ley, r. Ohio, bet. East and Liberty 

Schrolugcka Herman, lab. r. 419 Virgin- 
ia av. 

Schruyer John, heater, Indianapolis Roll- 
ing Mill 



The Largest Stock of Cloaks in the City, at No. 3 Odd Fellows' Hall. 



Grover &. Baker Sewing Machines, Retail Office 60 E. Market St. Indianp'Is. 



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Schubell John, expressman, r. N. Tennes- 
see, bet. Pratt and 1st 

Schubert George, teamster, r. 328 North 
West 

Schue John, engineer, D. Root & Co. r. 
270 S. Alabama 

Schiierle Frederick (Ettinger &Schuerle) 
r. 90 S. Meridian 

Schuessler Conrad, works Bunta's car- 
penter shop, r. 316 N. New Jersey 

Schuessler Elizabeth iVJiss, milliner, r. 
252 N. New Jersey 

Schuester Joseph, tailor, r. 521 E. Mar- 
ket 

Schuler George, butcher, r. 339 S. Dela- 
ware 

Schulmeyer Louis, clerk, Stewart & Mor- 
gan 

Schuliheis Jacob, grocer, ret. 78 S. Dela- 
ware 

Schultheis John, carpenter, r. Illinois, 
bet. McCarty :ind Ray 

Schuliice Michael, carpenter, r. 384 S. 
Missouri 

Schultz John, blacksmith, Sinker & Co. 
bds. 38 Chatham 

Schulz Henry, cigar store, 59 E. South, r. 
same 

Schulz John, works Gagg & Co. 

Schumbu g William, shoemaker, r. 131 
N. Davidson 

Schur Charles, tinsmith, Jacob Voegtle 

Schureht Frederick, barkeeper, 123 S. Il- 
linois, bds. same 

Schurr Leonard, watchmaker and jewel- 
er, 127 N. Davidson, r. same 

Schuster Julius (Rose & Schuster], r. 
Ertst, cor. Washington 

Schuyler Frank J. printer. Journal office, 
r. 189 E. Market 

Schuyler Wm. printer, Journal office, bds. 
144 N. Tennessee 

Schwartz August W. salesman, C. Wit- 
tenberg, r. at Hi ore 

Schwartz Frederick, painter, r. 337 N. 
Noble 

Schwiinz Henry, clerk, City Dry Goods 
Store, r. 18 W. North 

Sc iwariz Jacob, baker, r. 285 N. Liberty 

Schwartz Peter, lab W. Ruschhaupt, r. E. 
Ohio, nr. railroad 

Schwegeler Rudolph, salesman. Brown- 
ing & Sloan, r. at store 

Scbweiwhart Daniel, bricklayer, bds. 299 
N. East 

Schweir & Spear (Christian Schweinind 
Fred. Spear), grocers, 676 E. Wash- 
ington 

Schwemrale J. baker, 262 S. Delaware, r. 
same 

Schwenzer Franz, r. New York, between 
Blackford and Bright 

Schwiche Charles, grocer and saloon, 170 
BluflF rd. r. same 



IS A GOOD 



Schwier Christian (Schwier & Spear), r. 
576 E. Market 

Schwomeire WiUiiim, B. R. R. car shop, 
r. 315 N. Noble 

Schwomyer Charles, drayman, r. 159 
Blutf rd. 

Scip Philip, barkeeper, John Wochstelter, 
bds. Meridian E.xchange 

ScoUard B. lin.-milh, Coltrell & Knight 

ScoUier William, restaurant, 101 S. Illi- 
nois 

Scott Adam (Scott & Nicholson), r. 118 
N. East 

Scott Albert, driver. Little's Hotel 

Scott Amos, horsepower wood sawyer, r. 
139 N. Davidson 

Scott Anderson, huckster, r. Spring, nr. 
Noble 

Scott A. A. elk. G. G. Holman, r. 171 N. 
Davidson 

SCOTT, BURGESS & CO. (D. Garland 
Rose, James Burgess and Jeif. K. 
Scott ). proprietors Sherman House, 
op. Union depot 

SCOTT CYRUS J. prop. Scott House, Ma- 
ryland, se. cor. lllin(;is 

Scott Erasiiis, bookbinder, Parson.^. Ma- 
cauley <fe (.'o. r. Vermont, bet. Mis- 
sissippi and Illinois 

Scott Frank, piano mnker, Traeyser & 
Robinson, bds. 101 N. Mississippi 

Scott George W. painter, r. 252 E. Mar- 
ket 

Scott Harvey, carpenter, r. 222 S, East 

Scott Henry M. notary public. Meridian, 
ne. cor. Washington, bds. 299 N. Al- 
abama 

Scott H. P. engineer, r. 166 S. East 

Scott James, lab. Miinson & Johnston 

Scott J;imes H. (Tomlinson & Scott), r. 
115 W. New York 

SCOTT JEFF. K. (Scott, Burgess & Co.), 
Sherman House 

Scott Jfihn, piano maker, Traeyser & 
Rohinson, bds. 101 N. Mississippi 

Scott John, clerk. C. E. Geisendorff & Co. 
r. 132 W. Vermont 

Scott John (col'd), r. ws. N. Mississippi, 
bet 2d and 3d 

Scott John, stonecutter, bds. 82 W. Mar- 
ket 

Scott John W. grainer, Traeyser & Rob- 
inson, bds. Mississippi, cor. Ohio 

Scott Joseph, carpenter, r. 274 E. Louisi- 



B3W3n, Stewart & Co., Dealers in Books, Stationery, etc., 18 W. Washington. 



Carriage and Saddlery Hardware at Sulgrove, Reynolds & Co., 



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SEL 



INSTByOTOBS 

For every Musical Instiument can be ob- 
tained at 

Bates House Comer. 



Scott J E. bookbinder, hds. Scott House 

Scon P. F. grainer, TrjieyserA Robinson, 
bds Ohio. cot. Mississippi 

Scott Samuel T. freiglil agt. T H. & I. R 
R. oiBce, S. Tennessee, cor. Louisi- 
ana 

Scott Samuel T. elk. trnnsportation de- 
pot, I). R. R. r. 313 E.Georgia 

Scott Thomas, elk. bds. Scoit House 

Scott Thoni'is, lab. r. 274 E. Louisiana 

Scott Thomas J. sawyer, bds. 274 E. Lou- 
isiana 

Scott William, carpenter, r. 415 S. Ten- 
nessee 

Scott William H. lab. r. Vance's block 

Scott W. H. elk. B. R. R bds. 313 East 
Georgia 

Scott & Nicholson (Adam Scott and David 
Nicholson), stoiieyard, Kentucky av. 
cor. West 

Scrader Wm. barkeeper, Chas. Myer, bds. 
24 Met 'ally 

Scud tier (Jaleb, hoarding house, 94 West 
Market; cor. Tennessee 

Scudiier Heniy, caipenter, r. W. New 
York, bet. Bright and Douglass 

Scudder H. M. wid. John, dressmaker, 83 
N New Jersey, r s-ime 

Scudder Michael R. r. 7" E Washington 

Scudder Miihael R. pilot Gov. Morton, 
hds. 60 W. Market 

Scudder Robert M. (Holland & Scudder), 
r. 73 S. Illinois 

Scudder William, constable, r. 386 W. 
New York 

Schu.vler Frank J. printer. Journal, bds. 
144 N. Tfuuessee 

Sculty Herman, lab. r. 436 S. East 

Sealeit A. butcher, r. 327 S. Delaware 

Sealy George S. bds. Wjilker House 

SeaniMti Eilwin, elk. William Sheets, r. 
79 W. WiiHhington 

Search H. lab Ii.d. Rolling Mill 

Searight William H. hostler, W. Rusch- 
haupt, bds. with sjime 

Sears .Martin, lab. 

Sears Thomas, hi b. 

SEATON E. A hai 
Pennsylvania 

Seaioii J. A. salesman, E. A. Seaton, bds. 
Mrs. Jack's 

Seaton W. D salesman, E. A. Seaton, 
bds .Mrs. Jack's 

Second Presbyterian Church, Circle, nw. 



126 Meek 
118 Meek 
caps and furs, 25 N. 



Secor S. B. printer, bds. ns. Ohio. bet. 
Meridian and Pennsylvania 

Seci-est Charles, brickmason, r. 317 S. 
Alabama 

Secrest H. A. confectioner, r. 74^ E. Mar- 
ket 

Secrest John, railroadman, bds. Peter 
Rifle's 

Secrest John, railroader, r. 93 Elm 

Secrist M. N. Mrs. milliner and dress- 
niiiker. 74^ E. Marke', r. same 

SECUHITY LIFE INSURANCE C). OF 
N. Y., McCarn & Hatch, gen. agis. for 
Ind. and Kentucky, office 2 Blake's 
(Jommercial Row 

Seddelmeyer Martin L. salesman, Charles 
Mayer, bds. 366 N.Noble 

Sedwick James, elk. Mayhew & Branham 

Seehofer Frank, cabinetmaker, r. 236 
Massachusetts av. 

Seeler Henry, brickmaker, r. 308 N. Lib- 
erty 

Seeman Christian, grocer, ss. E. Wash- 
ington, outside c.irporation, r. same 

Sees August, carpenter, H. Heldebrand, 
bds. 324 N. Delaware 

Sees Godfrey, shoemaker, r. 320 E. Ohio 

Seger J. M. blacksmith, 178 Indiana av. 
bds. Michigan 

Seiberi Geoige W. (^eibert & Bryant), r. 
217 Virginia a v. 

Seibert Royal, blacksmith, bds. 11 N. 
Liberty 

Seibert t^ilmuel, blacksmith, 302 E. Wash- 
ington, r. 11 N. Liberty 

Seibert Thomas, lab. bds. 11 N. Liberty 

SEIBERT & BRYANT (George W. Sei- 
bert and T. R. Bryant), grocers, etc. 
146 Virginia av. 

Seidensticker Adolph (Seidensticker & 
Kappes), r. es. N. JSoble, bet. Ohio 
and Market 

Seidensticker Fred., Farmer's Exchange 
Saloon, 277 Massachusetts av. 

SEIDENSTICKER & KAPPES (A. Sei- 
densticker and J H. Kappes), real 
estate and law office, 115 E. Wash- 
ington 

Seiders William H supervising agt. iEtna 
Insurance Co. for Southern Indiana, 
office ^ma Buildings, bds. Sherman 
House 

Seig George B. book-keeper, Horn & An- 
derson, bds. 72 N. Mississippi 

Seiger William, works Helwig's lumber 
yard, r. 131 Fort Wayne av. 

Seiiz Charles, confectionery, 112 S. Illi- 
nois, r. same 

SEITZ FREDERICK, saloon and board- 
ing house, 117 S. Illinois 

Seitz Jacob, barkeeper, 117 S. Illinois, 
bds. same 

Self Berry, salesman, E. A. Seaton, bds. 
30 E. Ohio 



cor. Market 

Gloves and Hosiery, at Jones, Hess & Davis'. 



No. 20 West Washington Street, Indianapolis, Indiana. 



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Selhorn Fred, carpenter, r. 175 N. David- 
son 

SELKING WILLIAM, saloon and restau- 
rant, 13 E. Wnshington, r. snme 

Sell Peter, carpenter, bds. John Pyle, N. 
iMeriilian 

Seller Louis, barkeeper, Zimmer & Fidel, 
biis. 110 S. Illinois 

Sellers A. J. student. National Business 
College 

Sellers Daniel (Sellers & Wood), bds. 
Missouri, bet Ohio and New York 

SELLERS & WOOD (Daniel Sellers and 
William D. Wood), saddle and har- 
nessmiikers, 17 Virginia av. 

Sells Michael, trader, r. 176 S. New Jer- 
sey 

SelmMn A. G. physician, 21 Virginia av. 
r.214 N. Alabama 

Selman John W. bds. 214 N. Alabama 

Semmoiis Herman (Semmons & Co.), r. 43 
S. Illinois 

Semmons & Co. (Herman Semmons and 
), opticians, 43 S. Illinois 

Senk John, lab. r. 229 S. Meridian 

Seiioai- James F. druggist, 5 Bates House, 
r N. Tennessee 

Senour John, traveling agt. Hendricks, 
Edmonds & Co. 56 S. Meridian 

Serger August, elk. Moritz, Bro. & Co. 

Server Augustus, r. 337 N. Noble 

Servery August, bds. 337 N. Noble 

Serveiy Frank, bds. 337 N. Noble 

Servery Mrs. r. 837 N. Noble 

Seventh Ward School House, S. East, bet. 
Louisiana and Georgia 

Severin Henry (Goih, Brown & Co.), r. 
185 E. New York 

Seward Axim (cold), cook, Palmer House 

Seward B. I. photographer, G. W. Apple 

Seward Miles, apprentice, Rusclihaupt, 
Zschech ii Berg, r. 55 E. .McCarty 

Sewart Anna Mrs. r. 226 N. Meridian 

Sewer Louis, lab. r. 23 Wyoming 

Seybold Alice, wid. Mahlon C. bds. 233 
E Ohio 

Seybold James Henry, marble dealer, E. 
M,trket, op. Post Office, r. 233 E. 
Ohio 

Seyfried Philip, lab. State armory, r. 23 
Kentticky av. 

Shackelford J. S. western agt. Columbus 
and Indianapolis R. R. bds. Bates 
House 

Shackelion Joseph, carpenter, r. 95 Ben- 
ton 

Shackelton Joseph, patternmaker, I. & C. 
R. R. r. Benton, nr. Georgia 

Shad Mathias, tailor, J. & P. Gramling, 
r. 331 E. Vermont 

Shade Frances Mrs. r. 364 S. Pennsylva- 
nia 

Shade George, baker, r. 106 Spring 



TIIE5^ii\t^lSSIPPI 



PAID OVER 



$40,000 IN LOSSES 

During the year 1865. 



Shade Gotlieb, carriagemaker, r. 101 W. 

Davidson 
Shade Reuben W. salesman, W. Spoits & 

Co. bds. 188 N. Tennessee 
Shadman Peter (col d), lab. r. N. Missis- 
sippi, bet. 4th and 5tb 
Shal James, lab. r. 345 S. Mi.osouri 
Shal Michael, lab. bds. 365 S. Missouri 
Shafer David, r. 140 St. Joseph 
Shiifer Dawson, porter, Sheiman House, 

bds. same 
Shafer George W. painter, J. R. Osgood, 

bds. 213 N. Pennsylvania 
Shafer Jacob c, cooper, bds. 314 E.Geor- 
gia 
Shaffer Jacob, lab. r. 9 Walters 
Shaffer Jacob (Shaffer & Heddle), r. 180 

W. Michigan 
Shaffer Norris, barkeeper, 109 S. Illinois, 

bds. 180 W. Michigan 
Shaffer Peter, bottlewasher, Wright's 

brewery, r. 567 E. St. Clair 
Shaffer tSi Hebble (Jacob Shaffer and John 

W. llebhle), saloon, 109 S. Illinois 
Shafner George J. lab. r. 361 N. Noble 
Sbala Frederick, lab. bds. East, cor. Rail- 
road 
Shaler Henry, r. 225 S. Alabama 
Shallenberger Alex, carpenter, 464 N. 

Delaware, r. same 
Shamo Joseph, shoemaker, bds. Pearl, 

cor. New Jersey 
Shanasy Thomas, lab. r. 179 Madison av. 
Shaueberger D. H. cash. Adams Ex. Co. 

r. 455 N. Tennessee 
Shanebarger William, carpenter, bds. 71 

N. Noble 
Share George K. (Geo. K. Share & Co.), 

bds. Bates House 
SHARE GEORGE K. & CO. (George K. 

Share and ), Saddlery and 

coach hardware, 72 W. Wasiiington 
Sharer David, carpenter, r. 143 Bright 
Sharer Magdalena Mrs. r 446 Indiana av. 
Shares John, bds. Scott House 
Sharff Nathan, elk r. 115 W. South 
Sharp George, cigarmaker, Charles C. 

Hunt, r. 155 N. Noble 
Sharp John S. accountant, r. Merrill, bet. 

New Jersey and East 
Sharpe A. W. cigar and tobacco, 28 N. 

Pennsylvania, r. Merrill, bet. East 

and New Jersey 
Sharpe C. L. elk. A. W. Sharpe, r. Merrill, 

bet. East and New Jersey 
Advertise in the Indianapolis Daily Journal, Douglass &. Conner, Publishers. 



Sulgrove, Reynolds & Co., Wholesale and Retail dealers in Saddlery 



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BENHAM & CO., 
lSate§ House €or., 

Keep a Complete Stock of 

VIOLIN ANB BUITAR STRIMSS. 

Sharpe Ebenezer, r. Peunsylvania, cor. 
1st 

SLarpc John VV. carpenter, bds. 272 W. 
Maryland 

Sharpe J. K. boots and shoes, leather and 
Findings, 100 E. Washington, r. 
Michig.in rd. nr. Blind Asylum 

Sharpe Louis L. actor, bds. 144 N. Ten- 
nessee . 

Sharpe Stephen, engineer, Capital Mills, 
r, rear Capital Mills 

Sharpe Thomas H. cash. Ind. Branch 
Banking Co. r. 239 N. Pennsylvania 

Sharpless Pennell, book-keeper. Case, 
.Mar^h & Wiggins, r. 477 N. .Meridian 

Shattuck David, fireman, B. K. R. 

Shauf Valentine (Miller & Shauf ), r. 
Market 

Shautfer Jefferson, Rolling Mill 

Shaughnessy James, harnessmaker, John 
Jemison, r. 158 S. Delaware 

Shaughnessy John, lab. Ind. Rolling Mill 

Shaughnessy Patrick lab. r. 131 Ken- 
tucky 

Shaughuesy Thomas, Rolling Mill 

Shaw Augustus D. switchman, B. R. R. 
yaid, r. 2-18 E. Louisiina 

SHAW B. C. cirriagemaker, 26 E. Georg- 
ia, r. 75 S. Pennsylvania 

Shaw Conrad, lab Coitrell & Knight 

Shaw George, baggagemaster. Union de 
pot, bds. Ray House 

Shaw H. G. carriagemaker, B. C. Shaw, 
bds. 75 S. Peunsylvania 

Shaw John P. soldier, r. 212 Madison av. 

Shaw Lilly, wid. bds. 29 S. West 

Shaw Ro'ert, hostler, J. T. W. M. Fau- 
cetl, bds. S. Mississippi, bet. Wash- 
ington and Maryland 

Shawver Alex, carpenter, r. 37 Chatham 

Shawver Alex. jr. carpenter, bds. 37 
Chatham 

Shawver Aruas. saddler, Sulgrove, Rey- 
nolds & Co. r. 279 W. Indiana av. 

Shawver C. J. saddler, Sulgrove, Rey- 
nolds & Co. r. 279 W. Indiana av. 

Shay James R. policeman, bds. 520 N. 
Delaware 

Sh.ay Jane, r. 383 E Ohio 

Shay John, lab. r. 3^^3 E. Ohio 

Shay Michael, lab. r. 520 N. Delaware 

Shay Thomas, lab. r. 81 Pliimm 

Shea Con. lab. r. 43 Ellsworth 

Shea C. Mrs. r. 23 Nelson's al. 



Shea John, boot and shoe maker, bds. 23 

Kentucky av. 
Shea John, hostler, William Hiuesley, 37 

W. Pearl 
Shea John, lab. r. 162 Meek 
Shea Julia Miss, waiter, Spencer House 
Shea Mathew, tailor, H. Euggass 
Shea Timothy, lab. r. Georgia, E. of Cady 
Shea T. lab. r. 197 Meek 
Sheaham Thomas, lab. r. 70 P.ailroad 
Shear F. teamster, r. 508 S. Illinois 
Sheaier George, r. 183 N. Liberty 
Shearer Mary Mrs. v. 57^) E. St. Clair 
Sheehy John, stonemason, r. 217 W. Ma- 
ryland 
Sheehy James, lab. Ind. Rolling Mill 
Sheehy Peter, lab. Ind. Rolling Mill 
Sheeny Bridget, servant, r. 72 N. Missis- 
sippi 
Sheear Adam, shoemaker, r. 23 Grant 
Sheerin Thomas, blacksmith, Central R. 

R. shop, bds. 237 E. Ohio 
Sheerwood William 0. carpenter, i-. 227 

W. Market 
Sheesley Eli, miller, r. 68 S. Noble 
Sheets David, stonemason, r. 243 W. Mc- 

Caity 
Sheets Harry, bds. 95 N. Pennsylvania 
Sheets James M. (Sheets & Klingen- 

smith), boarding house, 147 W. 

Washington 
Sheets John W. barkeeper, bds. 147 W. 

Washington 
Sheets William, blank books and paper 

warehouse. 79 W. Washington, man- 

ufaciory, 208 W. Market, r. 95 Penn- 
sylvania 
Sheets cSt Klingensmith (James M. Sheets 

and Reuben Klingensmith), saloon, 

147 W. Washington 
Shehan Daniel, lab. r. 237 S. West 
Sheick J. H. machinist, I. & C. shops, r. 

70 Elm 
Shelby Christian, registry of baggage, 

Union depot, r. 162 S. Illinois 
Shelby Siephen (col'd), works 139 N. 

.Meridian 
Shelburn James, mason, r. 371 N. East 
Sheldon C. F. foreman, Daily Herald, bds. 

83 N. Pennsylvania bet. Market and 

Ohio 
Shelpnberger John, paiernmaker, 288 N. 

New Jersey, cor North 
Shelleng D. (Schelleng ii Bro.) bds. Mrs. 

Dearber s 
Shelling Nicholas, porter, P. 0. r. 292 N. 

Liberty 
Shelling William, bds 299 N. New Jersey 
Shellshmidi Ferdinand, musician, r. 511 

E. Market 
Shell William W. with Dessar & Bro. 
Sheltniire Charles, drayman, r. John. cor. 

Peru 
Shell myer Henry, painter, George Lowe 



Shea Daniel, Rolling Mill 

Large Stock and Low Prices, at Jones, Hess & Davis'. 



Hardware, and Horse Collar Manfrs., 20 West Washington Street. 



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Shelly Christian, check elk. Union depot, 
r. 162 S. Illinois 

Shelly Nelson, soldier, r. 140 W. Vermont 

Shelly Thomas I. works Couburn's lum- 
ber yard, r. 234 N. Mississippi 

Shemp Henry, carpenter, r 223 Union 

Shepard Thofoas, carpenter, r. Kentucky 
av. cor. River 

Shephftrd James E. elk. L. & I. R. R. bds. 
274 N. Tennessee 

Shepherd A. H. grocer, Tennessee, cor. 
Indiana av. r. same 

Shepherd James Mc. B. salesman, E. Ru- 
bel & Co. bds. 213 W. Maryland 

Shepley Holbert B. lab. r. 228 W. Georgia 

Sheres Adam, confectioner, Illinois, sw. 
cor. Union R. R. r. 23 Grant 

Sheridan House, William A. Smith, prop'r, 
127 S. Illinois 

Sherlock Charles B. porter, Bates House, 
bds. same 

Sherman G. r. 258 N. Pennsylvania 

SHERMAN HOUSE, Scott, Burgess & Co. 
prop"rs, op. Union depot 

Sherman Ozias, machinist, McCord & 
Wheatley, bds. Ray House 

Sherman Paul, harnessmaker, Sulgrove, 
Reynolds & Co. r. 62 Indiana av. 

Sherridan Bridget Miss, chambermaid, 
Bates House, bds. same 

Sherridan Hannah Mrs. asst. pastrycook. 
Bates House, bds. same 

Sherridan Hannah Mis?, chambermaid, 
Bates House, bds. same 

Sherridan John, lab. r. N. Mississippi, 
bet. 6tb and 7th 

Sherridan Martin, bds. 64 W. Maryland 

Shey Daniel, lab. Ind. Rolling Mill 

Shey James, ex-helper, Ind. Rolling Mill 

Shick Joseph, r. 276 W. Washington 

Shiel John J. salesman, 52 S. Illinois, r. 
lis. Mississippi 

Shields Cain, lab. Ind. Rolling Mill 

Shields Eliza Mrs. r. 134 W. Michigan 

Shields James, stockdealer, r. 71 Peru 

Shields Marcella, r. lot 26 Douglass, bet. 
New York and Ohio 

Shififer Otho, foreman, C. E. GeisendorfiF 
& Co bds. 405 W. Washington 

Shighra Con. lab. Arsenal, bds. 349 Win- 
ston 

Shildmire Andy, shoemaker, r. 375 E. 
Michigan 

Shilley Henry, lab. r. Virginia av. bet. 
Noble and Cedar 

Shilling Christian, blacksmith, bds. Mrs. 
Shilling's, Spring 

Shilling Henry, lab. McCord & Wheat- 
ley, r. Virginia av. bet. Noble and 
McCarty 

Shilling, Morris & Shilling, (R. L. Shil- 
ling, M. B. Morris and R. W. Shil- 
ling), dry goods, 15 W. Washington 



INSURE 

WITH THE 

smmssippi, 



Shilling R. L. (Shilling, Morris & Shil- 
ling, and Burton & Shilling), r. 299 
N. New Jersey 

Shilling R. W. (Shilling, Morris & Shil- 
ling), r. 126 W. Michigan 

Shilling Richard L. (Burton & Shilling), 
r. 299 N. New Jersey 

Shillinger Christ, blacksmith, bds. 167 
Spring 

Shillinger George, lab. r. 167 Spring 

Shillinger George, jr. clerk, boards 167 
Spring 

Shimer Raleb, lab. r. 215 Union 

Shinn Lee, lab. Arsenal, bds. 17 Biddle 

Shimer Corydon R. elk. Hunter & Co. 5 
W. Washington 

Shinners Anna, servant, 419 N. Illinois 

Shipley D. L. student. National Business 
College 

Shipley G. G. heater. Rolling Mill, r. 28 
WiUard 

Shipley Lou, hackman, bds. 117 N. Mis- 
souri 

Shipley Fred, carpenter. Many & Sons, r. 
325 N. Davidson 

Shipp 8. C. elk. C. & I. C. freight office, r. 
Virginia av. bet. Washington and 
Maryland 

Shipp .Milton S. elk. Central depot, bds. 
33 W. Maryland 

Shipp S. M. elk. C. & I. C. R. R. freight 
office 

Shipply G. G. RoUing Mill 

Shippy J. R. sawyer, Ind. Rolling Mill 

Shisler Abraham, machanic, Goolman, 
Morris & Co. 

Shively Albert, student, National Busi- 
ness College 

Shively A. R. telegraph operater, I., P. & 
C. R. R. bds. Huron 

Shockrow Julia, wid. r. 96 Railroad 

Shoemaker Fred, cabinetmaker, 250 E. 
Ohio, r. same 

Shoemaker George, elk. H. Rentsch, bds. 
with same 

Shoemaker John F. cabinetmaker, r. 250 
Ohio, cor. East 

Shofer S. Mrs. r. 338 S. Alabama 

ShofFner John, carpenter, r. 243 W. New 
York 

Sholes Lyman, chief baggage master, 
Union depot, r. 337 S. Meridian 

Shonaker Albert, trainboy, T. H. R. R. 
bds. 490 N. Mississippi 



Shonaker George A. trav. agt. r. 490 N. 
Mississippi 

Advertise in the Indianapolis Daily Journal, Douglass & Conner, Publishers. 
23 



Omar Newman Commission Merchant, wholesale dealer In Agricultural 



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PIANO TUNING. 

L.EAVE ORDERS AT 

BENHAM & CO.'S, 

« BATES HOUSE CORNEB. 

They employ the Best "Workmen. 



Shonaker Louis, messenger, T. H. freight 

depot, bds. 490 N. Mississippi 
Shore Benjamin R. (P. M. May & Co.), r. 

22 Fletcher's av. 
Shoren Nicholas, carpenter, 317 N. Da- 
vidson 
Short Henry, turner, 33 N. Noble 
Short J. bds. Scott House 
Short Nelson, elk. r. 444 S. Illinois 
Short Randolph, carpenter, I. & C. R.. R. 

shop, r. 79 Elm 
Short William, Union Cabinet Factory 
Short W, H. bds. Scott House 
Short Z. B. brickmason r. 191 N. Liberty 
ShortHess John, lab. r. 46 Bicking 
Shortridge A. C. supt. City Schools, ofBce 

in Vinton's blk. r. nr. University 
Shortridge A. F. r. 198 N. Illinois 
Shover James, foreman carpenter, bds. 

213 N. Pennsylvania 
Shover William, elk. William Iskes, r. 

same 
Show Joseph, lab. r. 321 North 
Showalter Nancy, servant, r. 101 N. Mis- 
sissippi 
Shrader Fred'k, (F. Shrader & Co.), r. 

322 N. Noble 
Shrader F. & Co. (Fred'k Shrader and 
Charles Stuke), coopers, 30 N. Lib- 
erty 
Shrader Rudolph, lab. r. 332 E. Market 
Shrewrleker Henry, bds. 284 E. Market 
Shubert George, jr. teamster, bds. 328 N. 

West 
Shucraft Silas (col'd), barber, 295 N. 

East, r. same 
Shuer John, carpenter, ss. E. Washing- 
ton, outside corporation 
Shupert August, puddler, Ind. Rolling 

Mill 
Shuh John, engineer, D. R.oot & Co. r. 

Alabama nr. Merrill 
Shuh W. G. apprentice, S. C. Frink & Co. 

bds. 19 Madison av. 
Shulemeyer Fred, gaslighter, r. 109 St. 

Mary 
Shulemeyer, Jacob, bds. 343 N. New Jer- 
sey 
Shulemeyer Louis, at Hannaman's drug 

store, r. 117 St. Mary 
Shultmyre S. A. Mrs. r. 195 Meek 
Shultz Charles, master mechanic, I. & M. 
R. R. Co. r. Delaware, 2d door north 



of McCarty 
Shultz Joseph N. elk. r. 174 E. New York 

Good Goods and polite attention at Jones, Hess & Davis 



Shultz John', lab. 471 E. Georgia 
Shultz Michael, Rolling Mill 
Shuree Fred'k, lab. B. R. R. shop 
Shurtleff Nathaniel (Parsons, Macauley & 
Co.), bds. New York, cor. Pennsyl- 
vania 
Shute Albert, saloon, 19 N- Illinois, r. 

338 W. Washington, nr. Mills 
Shylock Jane, servant, r. 120 N. Miasii- 

sippi 
Sibert David, r. 205 E. Market 
Sibert Hiram, blacksmith, r. 143 S. East. 
Sibley Scott, brickmason, bds. 39 Indi- 
ana av. 
Sibley William H. contractor and build- 
er, cor. Delaware and ^Market, bds. 
Little's Hotel 
Sickles William Rev. r. 351 N. East. 
Sidall J. P. physician, r. 164 Virginia 

avenue 
Sidel Gustave, messenger Supreme Court, 
State House, bds. Noble, bet. New 
York and Michigan 
Siedle Englebert, lab. State Armory, bds. 

185 N. Noble 
Sigel Louis, waiter, F. Woltsman, r. 17 

N. Illinois 
SiegristS. Rev. pastor St. Mary's Church, 

r. 75 E. Maryland ^ 

Siersdorfer Louis (L. Siersdorfer & Brb.) 
SIERSDORFER L. & BRO. (Louis Siers- 
dorfer, Michael Siersdorfer), boots- 
and shoes, retail, 23 W. Washington 
Siersdorfer Michael (L. Siersdorfer & 

Bro.) 
Sies Amanda Miss, r. 257 N. East 
Siesel Samuel, clerk. Decker & Bro. 47 S. 

Illinois 
SimUing William, carpenter, r. 299 E. 

Ohio, cor. Liberty 
Simmerman George E. drayman, r. 237 

N. Liberty 
Simmon Abram S. clerk, Louis Dancyger, 

r. 69 S. Illinois 
Simmon Charles, carpenter, Hildebrant, 
r. Broadway, 2d house from cor. 
Cherry 
Simmons Henry, grocer, 46 Ind. av. cor. 

Tennessee, r. same 
Simmons John, hooker, Ind. Rolling Mill 
Simon Abraham, elk. Louis Dancyger, 

bds. 147 W. Maryland 
Simon Andrew, porter, Holland, Oster- 

meyer & Co. r. nr. Arsenal 
Simon Benjamin Jr. clothing and fur- 
nishing goods, 14 E. Waehington, 
r. Cincinnati, Ohio 
Simon Benjamin Jr. clothing, 11 W. 

Washington, bds. Bates House 
Simon Chris, laborer, r. 263 N. Noble 
Simon Fred, grocer, 188 N. Noble, r. 

same 
Simon Peter, currier, Mooney & Co. r. Il- 
linois bet. Norwood and McCarty 



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SIMONSON J. S. Brig. Gen. commander 
post Indianapolis, bds. 109 Virginia 
avenue 

Simontou Jacob R. moulder, Chas. Cos, 
bds. Ray House 

Simpson Chas. saloonkeeper, r. 358 E. 
New York 

Simpson James, lab. E. L. & E. 13. Noels 

Simpson James P. carpenter, r. 458 E. 
Georgia 

Simpson John E. Supt's clerk T. H. & I. 
R. R. office Tennessee, cor. Louis- 
iana, bds. Sherman House 

Simpson Mrs. Lavina, r. 35 Indiana av. 

Simpson M. (M. Simpson & Co.), r. 263 
S. Delaware 

SIMPSON M. & Co. (M. Simpson and 
Rob't Kinnington), grocers, Dela- 
ware, cor. South 

Simpson N. grocer, 235 S. Delaware 

Simpson Richard (Simpson & Nash), r. 
325 S. Delaware 

Simpson William, carpenter, bds. S.Ten- 
nessee bet. Louisiana and South 

SIMPSON & NASH (Richard Simpson 
and Thomas Nash), grocers, 299 S. 
Delaware 

Sims John, carpenter, r. 428 N. Meridian 

Sims J. 0. bds. Walker House 

Sinclair Mary Mrs. (col'd), r. N. Tennes- 
see, bet. Indiana av. and New York 

Sinco Wm. (col'd), servant, r. 95 N. 
Pennsylvania 

SINDER JOHN S. grocer, 393 S. East 

Sindlinger Ana Mrs. r. 430 Virginia av. 

Sindlinger Godfrey, butcher, 194 S. Illi- 
nois, r. same 

Singer Manufacturing Co., J. F. Elliott, 
agt. 48 E. Washington 

Singleton C. L. carpenter, r. 61 N. New 
Jersey 

Sink George B. ordinance dept. bds. 
Commercial Hotel 

Sink Henry, barber, r. 61 Bluff road 

Sinker Alfred T. book-keeper Sinker & 
Co. bds. E. T. Sinker 

Sinker E. T. (Sinker & Co ), r.l34 Vir- 
ginia av 

.SINKER & CO. (E. T. Sinker, Daniel 
Yandes and William McG. Allen), 
western machine works, 125 S. Penn- 
sylvania 

Sinkes John W. student, PURDY'S BUSI- 
INESS COLLEGE 

Sinks George (Sinks .% Wilcox), 
Blake 

Sinks G. L. (G. Sinks & Co.), 
Blake 

Sinks G. k Co. (Geo. L. and John Sinks), 
grocers, 340 W. Washington 

Sinks John (G. Sinks & Co.), r. country 

Sinks James M. carpenter, r. ws. N. 
Tennnessee, bet. 6tb and 7th 



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Sinks & Willcox (George Sinks and John 
C. Willcox), grocers, 415 W. Wash- 
ington 

SINNISSIPPI INS. CO. Elijah Goodwin, 
pres't, John R. Berry, sec'y and 
treas. 9 Talbott & New's block 

Sipp Charles, machinist, r. 512 N. Mis- 
sissippi 

Sironia Leo (Sironia & Stelzel), bds. 
Californiii House 

Sironia & Stelzel (Leo Sironia, John 
Stelzel), barbers, 14 N. Pennsyl- 
vania 

Sischo Isaac, conductor Central R. R. 
r. ss. E. Washington, outside cor- 
poration 

Sisco H hub turner, Osgood & Smith r. 
60 Fletcher's av. 

Sittenheim William (Sittenheim and 
Trost), bds. Bates House 

Sittenheim & Trost (William Sittenheim, 
Jacob Trost), clothing, 139 and 141 
S. Illinois 

Sixth Ward School House, Pennsylvania 
bet. South and Merrill 

SKILES J. W. general ticket agent Co- 
lumbus & Indianapolis R. R. bds. 
17J Virginia avenue 

Skillen James (J. Skillen & Bro.), r. 
West, sw. cor. Market 

Skillen J. & Bro. (J. & R. G. Skillen), 
millers, 354 W. Washington 

Skillen Robert G. (J. Skillen & Bro ) r 
348 W. Washington 

Skillman Daniel, teamster, r. 378 N 
West 

Skinner E. E. tailor, r. ns. 6th, bet. Ten- 
nessee and Mississippi 

Skinner Gilbert A. salesman, Antony 
Lintz, r. ns. Sixth, bet. Tennessee 
and Mississippi 

Skinner Wm. H. railroader, r. 93 S No- 
ble 

Slack A. H. (Slack & Ten Eyck), rooms 
58 S. Illinois 

Slack A. T. machinist, bds. 136 N. Ten- 
nessee 

SLACK & TENEYCK (A. H. Slack and 
F. and J. TenEyck), fancy goods, 
notions, etc. 58 N. Illinois 

Slair Christ, shoemaker, 128 Ft. Wayne 
av. r. same 

Slate P. A. Mrs. r. 232 E. Washington 

Slater Hiram C. machinist B. R. R. shop, 



350 Winston 
Bowen, Stewart & Co., Dealers in Books, Stationery, etc., 18 W. Washington. 



Go to 20 West Washington St., to buy your Saddle and Harness Makers' 



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KZIVABE Sd CO. 

Took the First Premiums at the 

INDIANA STATE FAIR 

In 1862, 1863 and 1864. 
BENHAM & CO. ARE THE AGEMS IN INDIANA. 

Slater George, orderly H. Q. 70 E. Mar- 

ket 
Slatter Charles, carpenter, 277 Ind. av. 

r. same 
Slatter James 0. r. Georgia, bet. Benton 

and Noble 
Slaughter James L. (Geo. W. Debevoise 

& Co), bds. Sherman House 
Slauter John W. carpenter, r. Grant, 

3d house w. of West 
Slaven Hugh, r. -ws. Michigan road 
Slawson John S. messenger Adams Ex. 

Co. 
Slayter George, Rolling Mill 
Slemraer John, peddler 
Slider Thomas, elk. H Daumont & Co. 

bds. 126 Virginia av. 
Slider Thomas, arsenal, bds. 168 N. 

Davidson 
Sloan Alfred F. railroader, r. 142 Bates 
Sloan A. foreman G. W. Burrows 
Sloan, Burke & Woollen (John Sloan, 
William C. Burke and William I. 
Woollen), furniture mnfrs. and deal- 
ers, 57 W. Washington 
Sloan George W. (Browning & Sloan), r. 

125 S. Tennessee 
Sloan James K. carpenter, r. 276 Indiana 

av. 
Sloan John (Sloan, Burke & Woollen), r. 

125 S, Tennessee 
Sloan Samuel, carpenter, Fatout Bros. r. 

275 Indiana av. 
Sloan William G. railroader, r. 142 Bates 
Sloane E. W. supt. American Ex. Co. r. 

451 Tennessee, ne. cor. Pratt 
Sloane John A. gardener, Wm. H. Loomis. 

bds. Loomis' 
Sloane T. A. printer, Home Visitor, r. 490 

N. Meridian 
'Slocum J. J. Col., Quartermaster U. S. 
A. 111^ E. Washington, bds. 109 
Virginia <iv, 
Slocum Mary Mrs. school teacher, BluflF 

rd. cor. Ray 
Slonager John, carpenter, r. 90 S. East 
Slotzheuer .Adam, Union Cabinet Factory 
Slotzheuer William, Union Cabinet Fac- 
tory 
Small Abe. printer, Journal ofRce, bds. 

Pyle House 
Small David, carpenter, r. 89 Jackson 
Small Henry (Herst & Small), r. 36 Mas- 
sachusetts av. 



Small William, elk. Bowen, Stewart & Co. 

bds. 2 Indiana av. cor. Ohio 
Small William L. salesman, Bowen, Stew- 
art & Co. r. Ohio. nw. cor. Indiana av. 
Small W. H. (Small & Phipps), r. 199 N. 

Illinois 
Small W. H. student, PURDY'S BUSI- 
NESS COLLEGE 
SmaU & Phipps (W. H. Small and Derius 
Phipps), grocers, 199 N. Illinois, cor. 
Vermont 
Smallholtz Casper, lab. bds. 66 N. Noble 
Smallholtz John, lab. r. 66 N. Noble 
Smallholtz Rudolph, lab. bds. 66 N. Noble 
Smallholtz Simon, lab. bds. 66 N. Noble 
Smallwood E. Mrs. r. 121 N. Noble 
Smallwood William, lab. bds. 121 N. No- 
ble 
Smelser J. W. (Wood & Smelser), r. 359 

N. East 
Smiley Michael, Rolling Mill 
Smith Adolph, painter, r. 230 S. Penn- 
sylvania 
Smith Alford, (col'd), lab. 247 N.Tennes- 
see 
Smith Andrew, engineer, r. 96 Bates 
Smith Anna Miss, music teacher, bds. 74 

E. Ohio 
Smith Athlick, prof, rooms Yohn blk. r. 

146 Buchanan 
Smith August, butcher, 221 Massachu- 
setts av. bds. 28 Peru 
Smith A. F. hackdriver, bds. 2-^8 W. 

Washington 
Smith A. W. student, PURDY'S BUSI- 
NESS COLLEGE 
Smith Bernard, machinist, 0. Thornley's, 

r. 86 Forrest av. 
Smith Butler K. (Smith & Eaton), r. 

Massachusetts av. 
Smith B. F. plasterer, r. 532 S. Illinois 
Smith B. W. foreman, I. & J. round house, 

r. 117 S. Noble 
Smith Casper, currier. Moony & Co. bds. 

Western House 
Smith Charles, butcher, 221 Massachu- 
setts av. bds. 23 Peru 
Smith Charles, elk. Solomon Bros. bds. 

South, cor. Illinois 
Smith Charles, grocer. Noble, cor. Mar- 
ket, r. 64 N. Noble 
Smith Charles, lab. r. 257 S. Mississippi 
Smith Charles, lab. Ind. Rolling MiU 
Smith Christian, stonecutter, r. 131 Ste- 
phenson 
Smith Christopher, polisher of marble, 
LaDon & Winder, bds. Jefferson ville 
House 
Smith Collins H. carpenter, Louckerbec/ 

bet. Noble and Liberty 
Smith Columbus (col'd), lab. bds. 247 N. 

Tennessee 
Smith Cyrus, elk. Bates House clothing 
store, bds. 2 Indiana av. cor. Ohio 



Childrens' Furs, at No. 3 Odd Fellows' Hall. 



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Smith Cyrus, school teacher, r. 441 St. 
Clair 

Smith Cyrus M. (Bryant, Stratton & Co.), 
bds. Ohio, cor. Indiana av. 

Smith C. (Smith, Ittenhach & Co.), r. Ste- 
phenson 

SMITH C. W. gen. freight agt. C. & I. C. 
R. R. over Wallace's grocery, r. 356 
N. Alabama 

Smith Dudley K. grocer, r. 173 Massachu- 
setts av. 

Smith Ebenezer, r. 196 W. Ohio, on Ca- 
nal 

Smith Elizabeth B. wid. r. 296 W. New 
York 

Smith Ellen Mrs. r. 209 Buchanan 

Smith E. H. (Harvey & Smith) 

Smith E. H. expressman, r. 19 Fayette 

Smith E. M. Miss, artist, W. Runnion, r. 
73 W. Maryland 

Smith E. R. wid. Moses C. servant, 38 W. 
Market 

Smith Frank (Spann & Smith), r. ws. N. 
Tennessee, bet. 2d and 3d 

Smith Frank E. elk. r. 372 W. New York 

Smith Fred (Fred Smith & Co.), r. 468 N. 
Tennessee 

Smith Fred & Co. (Fred Smith and Theo- 
dore Pfafflin), grocers, Indiana av. 
cor. Mississippi and Vermont 

Smith F. carriagebuilder, r. 374 W. Ver- 
mont 

Smith F. A. elk. pay dept. bds. 172 N. 
Meridian 

Smith George, stonecutter, Scott & Nichol- 
son 

Smith George, student, bds. 229 N. New 
Jersey 

Smith George C. elk. Fancy Bazaar, bds. 
148 N. New Jersey 

Smith George M. works, Pomeroy, Fry & 
Co. r. 592 E. St. Clair 

Smith G. A. harnessmaker, Sellers & 
Wood, r. S. Delaware 

Smith G. S. harnessmaker, bds. Delaware 

Smith G. W. B. printer. Daily Herald, r. 
28 N. New Jersey 

Smith Hannah Mrs. r. 74 E. Ohio 

Smith Henry, barkeeper, George Ilg, bds. 
Union House 

Smith Henry, cooper, ws. Tennessee, bet. 
4th and 5th 

Smith Henry, lab. bds. 289 E. New York 

Smith Henry, bds. 204 N. Illinois 

Smith Henry, pensioned soldier, bds. 
Golden Gate House 

Smith Henry, shoemaker, r. 128 Liberty 

Smith Herman, r. 161 Huron 

Smith Hiram, barber, Robert Jenkins, 
bds. 90 S. West 

Smith Horace W. farmer, r. 296 W. New 
York 

Smith Howard, carriagemaker, bds. Scott 
House 



EAT-EI?.-^ JBOJD^r 



That has Good Property Insures 



WITH THE SINNISSIPPI. 



Smith Hugh, shoemaker, r. 49 N. Ala- 
bama 

Smith H. J. carpenter, r. 297 S. New Jer- 
sey 

Smith H. J. carpenter, r. Jones, bet. West 
and River 

Smith Isaac (col'd), lab. r. 201 Minerva 

Smith Isaac P. elk. A. G. office, bds. 35 
W. Georgia 

Smith, Ittenbach & Co. (C. Smith, G. It- 
tenbach and F. Ittenbach), stonecut- 
ters, Pennsylvania, cor. Merrill 

Smith Jacob, bookbinder, W. & J. Bi-aden, 
r. 86 N. James 

Smith Jacob (col'd), drayman, r. 225 W. 
Ohio 

Smith Jacob, Rolling MM 

Sniiih Jacob, tailor, r. 218 Union 

Smith James, r. 251 N. Liberty 

Smith James, elk. 255 Indiana av. bds. 
same 

Smith James, jr. carpenter, Helwigg, 
Roberts & Co. bds. 86 James 

Smith James, hooker, Ind. Rolling Mill 

Smith James, lab. Rolling Mill 

Smith James, lab. r. nr. Michigan rd. on 
10th 

Smith James B. mason, r. N. Mississippi, 
cor. 2d 

Smith James F. machinist, McCord & 
^\ heatley, r. 60 Forest av. 

Smith James F. salesman, Katzenstein & 
Wachtel, bds. Indiana av. cor. Ohio 

Smith James G. r. 169 N. Noble 

Smith James J. r. 194 N. Illinois 

Smith Jason, machinist, Geisendorff & 
Co. r. 24 Lord 

Smith John, blacksmith, bds. 224 E. Mar- 
ket 

Smith John, boot and shoemaker, A. Kno- 
dle, r. es. Bright, bet. Vermont and 
Michigan 

Smith John, cigarmaker, Charles C.Hunt, 
r. 29 W. McCarty 

Smith John (col'd), lab. r. 344 North 

Smith John, shoemaker, r. 310 N. Missis- 
sippi 

Smith John, lab. Ind. Rolling Mill 

Smith John, lab. Rolling Mill 

Smith John, mason, Rolling Mill 

Smith John, Rolling Mill 

Smith John, r. 62 Bates 

Smith John, sup't R. R. boarding house, 
bet. Lafayette R. R. track and the 



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Smith John C. conductor, I. & C. R. R. r. 
171 S. New Jersey 

Smith John C. carpenter, Helwig, Roberts 
& Co. r. 86 James 

Smith John G. blacksmith, 88 S. Penn- 
sylvania, r. 148 N. New Jersey 

Smith John L. lab. Ind. Rolling Mill 

Smith John R. miller, r. 310 VV. Wash- 
ington 

Smith John S. lab. Rolling Mill, bds. 279 
S. Tennessee 

Smith John VV. porter, r. 62 Bates 

Smith Jonathan A. printer. Journal of- 
fice, bds. 13 E. Washington 

Smith Joseph, machinist, Sinker & Co. r. 
34 Elm 

Smith Joseph Alt, (Smith & Foster), r. 76 
New Jersey 

Smith Josiah (Jemison & Smith), harness 
makers, r. 248 W. AVashington 

Smith Julius H. C. bookbinder, r. al. bet. 
Meridian and Illinois, Pratt and St. 
Clair 

Smith J. C. Rev. r, 229 N. New Jersey 

Smith J. H. V. elk. Merrill & Co. 

Smith J. P. elk. Adjutant General's office, 
bds. 35 VV. Georgia 

Smith Lawrence, porter, B. R. R. office, r. 
72 N. Davidson, bet. Market and 
Ohio 

Smith Lee (col'd), soldier, r. 6th, bet. 
Tennessee and Mississippi 

Smith Maria Miss, saleswoman, Tyler's 
Bee Hive, r. 374 W. Vermont 

Smith Mary, wid. 0. H. bds. 81 N. Ten- 
nessee 

Smith Mary Ann, wid. Joseph, r. 41 N. 
Alabama 

Smith Mattie Miss, servant, 129 N. Ala- 
bama 

.Smith Mack, r. 84 VV. Vermont 
,;Sua.ith Mack, r. ss. 1st, bet. Meridian and 
Illinois 

Smith Nicholas, cigarmakei, Charles C. 
Hunt, r. 27 W. McCarty 

Smith 0. M. elk. bds. Scott House 

Smith Patrick, foreman. Rolling Mill, r. 
281 S. Tennessee 

Smith Patrick, lab. Ind. Rolling Mill 

Smith Peter, carpenter, r. 394 E. Market 

Smith Philip, elk. Western House, bds. 
same 

Smith Philip, shoemaker, r. 128 Spring 

Smith P. lab. bds. 60 S. Delaware 



Smith Richard (col'd), lab. bds. 75 S. 

Missouri 
Smith Robert, cooper, r. Clinton al. 
Smith Robert, liquor dealer, r. 189 E. 

Washington 
Smith Roland M. bds. 145 N. Mississippi 
Smith R. L. trunkmaker, r. 248 VV. Wash- 
ington 
Smith Samuel F. (Osgood, Smith & Co.), 

bds. Judson R. Osgood's 
Smith Samuel P. r. 171 S. Alabama 
Smith Sarah Mrs. r. ss. E. Washington, 

outside corporation 
Smith Sarah i. (cold), cook, 59 N. Illi- 
nois 
Smith Sidney, teacher, Bryant, Stratton 

& Co. bds. 121 VV. New York 
Smith Sophia Mrs. r. 140 Pratt 
Smith Stephen B. bill poster, 16^ E. 

Washington, r. 162 N. Mis.'^issippi 
Smith Thomas, barber, ^es. 311 N. Ala- 
bama 
Smith Thomas, hooker, Ind. Rolling Mill 
Smith Thomas (col'd), porter, Sloan, 
Burk & Woollen, bds. VV. Market, 
across canal 
Smith Thomas, shoemaker, r. Missouri, 

bet. Ohio and Market 
Smith Thomas, switchmnn, L. & I. R. R. 

bds. 162 N. Missis><ippi 
Smith Thomas W. shoemaker, r. 85 N. 

Missouri 
Smith Watt. J. r. 296 W. New York 
Smith William, r. 97 N. Delaware, cor. 

Ohio 
Smith William (Roll & Smith), r. 78 N. 

Delaware 
Smith William, bookbinder, Parsons, Ma- 
cauley & Co. bds. 162 N. Mississippi 
Smith William, butcher, shop 221 Massa- 
chusetts av. r. 23 Peru 
Smith Wm. cooper, bds. H. Smith's, wa. N. 

Tennessee, bet. 4th and 5th 
Smith Williara, lab. bds. 289 B. New 

York 
Smith William, painter, r. 232 E. Wash- 
ington 
Smith William, r. 96 S. East 
Smith William, tanner, bds. Western 

House 
Smith William A.prop'r Sheridan House, 

127 S. Illinois 
Smith William H. bookbinder, Parsons, 
Macauley & Co. r. 162 N. Mississippi 
Smith William H, elk. bds. 98 E. New 

York 
Smith William H. elk. John Fishback. 

bds. .148 N. New Jersey 
Smith William H. fire insurance agt.bds. 

98 E. New York 
Smith William J. painter, r. 248 W. 

Washington 
Smith William P. surveyor, 43^ E. Wash- 
ington, bds. 137 Massachusetts av. 



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Smith William S. oyster dealer, r.297 W. 
Vermont 

Smith William T. brakeman, Central R. 
R. bds. 320 E. Washington 

Smith William W., R. R. conductor, r. 
203 South 

Smith W. Q. coal oflSce, 37 Virginia av. 
r. 180 N. Eait 

Smith & Eaton (Bluford Eaton and But- 
ler K. Smith), grocers, 67 Massa- 
chusetts av. 

Smith & Foster (Joseph W. Smith and 
Wallace Foster), ladies' and gents' 
furnishing goods, 27 N. Pennsylva- 
nia 

Smith & Henninger (Athlick Smith and 
Theodore Henninger), prop'rs Union 
brass and string band, 16 Yohns 
block 

Smither Henry C. elk. bds. 164 W. Mary- 
land 

Smither James AV. (H. W. Keehn & Co.), 
r. Pennsylvania, cor. Maryland 

Smither Joha, boarding, r. 164 W. Mary- 
land 

Smither Theodore, salesman, H.W. Keehn 
& Co. r. 164 W. Maryland 

SMITH MYER JOHN L. architect. 4 Vin- 
ton's blk. op. Post Office, r. same 

Smock Abraham, teamster, Alex. Rubush, 
bds. 241 N. Liberty 

Smock E. T. brakeman, Central R. R. bds. 
320 E. Washington 

Smock George W. clerk, W. E. Feathers- 
ton, r. 30 N. New Jersey 

Smock M. J. driver, Am. Ex. Co. 

Smock M. L. J. butcher, r. 82 N. Noble 

Smock Nancy Mrs. r. 81 Huron 

Smock Newton (Smock & Co.), r. 129 
Massachusetts av. 

Smock N. & Co. (Newton and S. J Smock) 
flour, feed and com. mer's, 62 North 
Pennsylvania 

Smock Oscar, clerk, bds. 129 Massachu- 
setts av. 

Smowk Peter, elk. r. 407 N. East 

Smock S. J. (N. Smock & Co.), r. 239 
Virginia av. 

Smock William C. County Clerk, r.46 N. 
Mississippi 

Smoker Lewis, works Spiegel, Thorns & 
Co. bds. 253 N. Noble 

Smothers S. G. (col'd). grocer, 165 Indi- 
ana av. r. ws. canal 

Snapp Charles, clerk, McLene & Herron, 
hd?. 121 N.Tennessee 

Snapp Mrs. r. 121 N. Tenneseee 

Sneider Conrad, carpenter, r. 247 N. Lib- 
erty 

Sneider Flora Miss, milliner, bds. 63 E. 

Washington 
Snider Catherine, servant, 297 W. Ver- 
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Snider Chas. D. elk. 250 E. Washington, 
r. 213 N. Liberty 

Snider David, r. 213 N. Liberty 

Snider George, bds. 191 N. Liberty 

Snider George W. bottlewasher, Wright's 
brewery, r. 423 St. Clair 

Snider James A. W. (Snider & Carroll), 
r. op. 213 N. Liberty 

Snider Leonard, coffin trimmer. Weaver 
& Williams, bds. Beard House 

Snider Peter, corker, Wright's brewery, 
r. 423 St. Clair 

Snider Wm. harnessmaker, Sellers', bds. 
101 N. Mississippi 

Snider William H. druggist, Virginia av 

Snider & Carroll (James A. W. Snider 
and James H. Carroll), grocery and 
feed store, 24 S. New Jersey 

Snipes Wm. student, commercial college, 
bds 69 W. Market 

Snipes Wm. R. student, PURDY'S BUS- 
INESS COLLEGE 

Snow Andrew J. painter, Milender & 
Clancey, bds. Tennessee, sw. corner 
Ohio 

Snow William S. carpenter, Helwig, Rob- 
erts & Co. r. 176 W. Michigan 

Snyder Adam, lab. D. Root & Co. r. Dela- 
ware, cor. St. Marys 

Snyder Adam, butcher, C. Gardner, bds. 
with same 

Snyder Cooney, lab. r. 67 Wyoming 

SNYDER DAVID E. cash. Indiana Na- 
tional Bank, r. 222 N. Illinois 

Snyder Henry, blacksmith, r. 272 S. Ten- 



Snyder Henry, mechanic, Goolman, Mor- 
ris & Co. 

Snyder John, brass founder, Union R. R. 
track, r. 79 W. South 

Snyder John; elk, Thos. Jordon, r. 400 S. 

X6Un6SS6G 

Snyder John W. lab. r. 28 W. Rose 
Snyder Mathew, moulder, D. Root & Co. 

r. South, bet. Illinois and Tennessee 
Snyder Powell, lab. r. Bluff rd. S. of Mc- 

Carty 
Snyder William, harness maker. Sellers 

& Wood, bds. Ohio, cor. Mississippi 
Snyder Wm.vet. surgeon, bds. 31 Indiana 



Sobbe H. E. chairmaker, bds. 122 David- 
son 
Sobel Peter, butcher, bds. 252 S. Dela- 
ware 
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Wholesale and Retail Agents 

For the sale of Knabe & Co.'s 

GoM Medal Pianos, 

Sobey Chas. carpenter, D. Behymer, bds, 
231 N. Davidson 

Sobey Henry, chairpiaker, Spiegel, Thorns 
& Co. bds. 231 N. Davidson 

Socks Philip, carpenter, r. 234 N. Missis- 
sippi 

Socwell Henry M. grocer, 250 E, Wash- 
ington, cor. East, also Capt. steamer 
Governor Morton, r. 84 N. Delaware 

Sodbrock Frank, lab. r. 227 N. Davidson 

Soehner Charles jr. clerk, Stiles, Fahn- 
ley & McCrea, bds. Sherman House 

Sogemeier August, clerk, J. F. W. Myer, 
bds. Bluff road, nw. cor. McCarty 

Sohl A. J. (Sohl, Gibson & Co.), r. 332 E. 
Washington 

Sohl, Gibson & Co. (A.J. Sohl, Levi Sohl, 
L. Wilde and David Gibson), millers, 
352 W. Washington 

Solomon Charles (Solomon Bros.), r. 36 
N. East 

Solomon Bros. (Moses, Joseph and Chas. 
Solomon), clothing, 142 S. Illinois 
and 185 E. Washington 

Solomon Joseph (Solomon Bros.), r. 86 N. 
East 

Solomon Moses (Solomon Bros.), r. 36 N. j 
East 

Somerfield Henry, painter, Frank Fertig, 
bds. Union House 

Somers John, carpenter, bds. 320 East 
Washington 

Sondregger F. sr. watchman, Peru depot, 
r. 185 Madison av. 

Sondregger F. jr. painter, r. 183 Madi- 
son av. 

Soper Solon R. (Chase & Soper), bds. 321 
S. Delaware 

Soul Chas. E. printer. Gazette office, r. 73 
N. Tennessee 

Soule E. M. wid. Joshua, r., 73 N. Tenn- 
essee 

Southard A. B. elk. freight office I. P. & 
C. R. R. bds. Vermont, cor. Alabama 

Southard Geo. student, Bryant & Spen- I 
cer's Com. College, bds. Vermont, nw. 
cor. Alabama 

Southard J. P. freight agent, I. P. & C. 
Ft. R. r. Vermont, oor. Alabama 

Southard Macy, elk. B. R. R. office, r. 68 
E. Vermont 

Southard M. R. r. 80 W. St. Clair 

Southern Christ, carpenter, r. S. Missis- 
sippi, nr. Washington 

Spade B. r. 75 E. Maryland 

Shawls, all styles, at No 



Spades M. G. salesman, Robertson & 
Close, bds. Scott House 

Spabr F. L. book-keeper, Stiles, Fahnley 
& McCrea, bds. 76 S. Meridian 

Spake John W. carpenter, r. 181 N. Del- 
aware 

Spann John S. (Spann & Smith), r. 163 
N. Pennsylvania 

Spann & Smith (John S. Spann and 
Frank Smith), real estate brokers, 
Pennsylvania, nw. cor. Washington 

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