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No. 40 S. Illinois Street, 

INDIANAPOLIS, - INDIANA. 



None but the best of Workmen Employed. 



A PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED IN ALL CASES. 



Keeps constantly on hand a large assortment of 

GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, 

CLOTSIS. 

^ESTinsrO-S, ETC 



A share of public patronage solicited. All 

work made promptly and in tae 

very Latest Styles. 



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ADVERTISEMENTS. 



ORDERS 

Ifspectfiilly Solioiteil 

Carefully Executed. 



JAMES M. DISHON, 

CITY BILL POSTER 

AND DISTBIBUTEK. 



Contracts Filled to the Let- 
ter without any delay. All or- 
ders sent by Express or Mail 
will receive prompt attention. 
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336 South Alabama Street, 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 



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The ISDiASA Music Stoue, 

Nos. 4 and 5 Bates House Block, 
INDIANAPOLIS, . . . INDIANA. 



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GRAND, SQUARE AND UPRIGHT PIANOS, 

HALLET, DAVIS & 00. 'S GRAND & SQUARE PIANOS, 
SHEET MUSIC, 

KEEP THE LARGEST STOCK OP PIAWOS, ORGANS AND 
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE IN THE STATE. 

A. G. WILLARD & CO. 



ADVEBTISEMENTS. 




WEED 

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F. F. 



JAS. SKAHDOIT fi, SOITS, 

Greneral A-g-ents. 

Salesroom, 42 N. Pennsylvania St., 

INDIANAPOLIS, - INDIANA. 



INOUNftPOLISDJILniMES, 

An Independent Morning Paper. 

Published Every Day, 



No. 21 N. Meridian Street, 

BY THE 

INDIANAPOLIS TIMES CO. 



Terms of Subscription, 
15 cents per week, or 18 cents includ- 
ing the Sunday Edition. 



A Paper for the PEOPLE, nncontrolled 

hy Rings or Cliques, and nninfln- 

enced by Party considerations. 



A Live Medium for Advertisers, 



Western Land Agency 

OF 

LUTHER R. MARTIN, 

Indianapolis Indiana. 

100,000 ACRES OF LAND 

FOR SALE IN 

IOWA, KANSAS, MISSOURI, 

NEBRASKA. MINNESOTA, 

and WISCONSIN. 

Being personally ncqnainted with Western Lands 
for the past fifteen years, and having complete 
arrangements throughout the West for the sale of 
Lands, I can offer the best facilities in effectiHg 
sales for non-resident owners. 

I can find purchasers for the fee simple to lands 
that have been sold for taxes and past redemption, 
and will correct defective titles. 
TAXES PAID THBOTJGHOirr THE WEST. 

Information of all kind freely given in person or 
by letter. 

List of Numbers furnished on application stating 
the part of each State required. 

Attention given to the sale of unimproved 
LANDS IN NOKTHEKIN INDIANA. 
LTJTHER B. MAKTIN, Land Agent, 

I7o. 10 1-2 East Wa:hingtcQ Street, 
JndianapoliXf Ind, 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



B. V. ENOS. H. R. HUEBNER. 

BNOS & HUEBNER, 

Architects & Superintendents 

ROOMS No. 1 and 2 EDEN'S BLOCK, 
77 1-2 EAST MAEKET STREET, 

EAST OF POST GFFICE, 

Indianapolis^ - - Indiana. 



E. B. EMERSON. * DAVID BEAM. ELI THOMPSON, 

EMEESON, BEAM & THOMPSON, 

MANUFACTUREItS OF 

DOORS, SASH, BLINDS, 

Door & Window Ffames, Brackets, Mouldings, Etc. 

Iflwlesale and Retail Dealers in 

Flooring, Ceiling and Weather Boarding. 



FLOORING WOORKED, LUMBER DRESSED & SAWED TO ORDER. 



Nos. 225 and 229 West Market St., 

Scrol Sawing Done to Order. All Kinds of Rough Lumber Ccs antly on Had. 






AND SALOON. 
NO. 9 MV. IHTashington St. 

PETER BOHRMAN. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



GHAS. KAUFIIflAN, 

Manufacturer and Dealer in 

SHOWCASES, AQUARIUMS, 

Jewelry Trays and Parlor Flower Cases, 

]Vo. l-t TVoi-tli I>ela>^ fii'.^' Stx-eet, 

INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA. 

<T. i£ P. GRATfllMlNG, 

MEHCHANT TAILORS, 

READY MADE CLOTHING, 

Gents' Purnishing Goods, Trunks and Valises, 

No. 35 E. WASHINGTON STREET, 

IIVDIATVAPOLIS, I>T3- 



Baltimor e M a rble Works. 

StANVFACrUJiER A!fD I>EAr,ER IX 

Tomb Stones, Cabinet Work, Mantles, Etc. 

No. 66 Virginia Avenue, Indianapolis, Ind. 

SS-|ro)-7L dnne pi-n^iiptll/ "'"' «''"' iHspatili. Orders snltcited.'W» 



G-eo. F. IXEeyer & Co., 

Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in 

mm, CHEWii m hii wccos, 

Pipes, Pouches and Smokers' Articles Generally, 
No. 35 West Washington Street, - Indianapolis, Ind. 

ORDERS SOLICITED AND PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



HOOSIER SHOE STORE, 

RED, COUNCIL & CO., 

No. 25 West Washington Street, 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 



THE BILLIAUD PAELOR 

Is noiv open Day and Night at 
No. 179 E. WASHINGTON ST., 



The bar is constantly supplied with the most choice brands of 
Wines, Liquors and Cigars. 

CALL AND TRY THE NEW T/>BLES. 

JAMES McB. SHEPHERD, Prop. 



CllKISTIAN SMITH. GERHARD ITTENBACH. FRANK ITTENBACH. 

Smitli^ Ittexibach & Co.,^ 

Wholesale Dealers in 

Italian &, American lYIarble, 

SAWED TO SIZE FOR THE TRADE. 



ALSO MANUFACTURERS OF 



MARBLE MANTLES, BUREAU TOPS, ETC. 

Works two square east of Noble, bet. Harrison and 
Lord Sts., near Cincinnati Car Works, 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



C. F. SCHIVIIDT, 

BREWER OF 

Lager Beer. 

SMITH'S SQUARE, 

INDIANAPOLIS, - IND. 



Dealer in 

CRYSTAl lAKE ICE 

68 wrest South Street^ 



All persons wishing to be ftirnished with 
ICE, either at their places of business or 
residence, will please leave orders as above. 
J. EBERTS, Collector. 



HUTCHINSON'S 
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EMBRACING AN 

ALPHABETICAL LIST OF CITIZENS' NAMES, 
A BUSINESS DIRECTORY, 



STREET DIRECTORY, CHURCH DIRECTORY, SHIPPERS' 

GUIDE, POST OFFICE LIST, AND AN APPENDIX 

OF MUCH USEFUL INFORMATION. 



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INDIANAPOLIS: 

SENTINEL STEAM PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT, 






COn^TEH^TS 



ALPHABETICAL LIST OF NAMES 

APPENDIX 

BANKS AND BANKING HOUSiiS 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

CHURCH DIRECTORY 

CITY GOVERNMENT 

INDIANA COURTS 

INDIANA POST OFnCES 

INDIANA STATE GOVERNMENT 

MARION COUNTY COURTS 

PUBLIC HALLS, BUILDINGS, ETC 

SECRET AND BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATIONS 

SHIPPERS' GUIDE 

STREETS, AVENUES AND ALLEYS 

UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT 

UNITED STATES OFFICERS IN INDIANAPOLIS.. 



ZInTIDE^?: to J^IDA7"EI?.TISE:]yEEIsrTS. 



Becker Bros 

Benham Bros Comer Card* 

BohrmaD Peter 

Bowman & Wakefield 

Bowen, Stewart & Co Front Cover and 16 

Briggs & Bro 

BrishtR. J Inside Back C 

Buchanan James 

Builders' and Manufacturers' Association 

Burkhart G. P 

Bussey John Back Cover and aSS 

Butsch, Dickson &. Dell Front Cover and 29i 

Butsch J 8 

Caldwell G.W 260 

Conaty, J. B 302 

Cox fhomas J 301 

C. & I. J. R. R 254—255 

DishoTi James M 3 

Drew S. W 290 

Dunlop J- S. & Co 302 

Emerson, Beam & Thompson 5 

Ecos A Huebner - 6 

Fahrbach Philip 298 

Friok & Moore Front Cover 

Gr.-miling, J. 4 P 6 

Gray Stephen &Co 292 

Heckmar& Sheesley 220 

Hebble J. W. & Son 301 

Heitkam George H 257 

Hill George W 258 

Kitchens John 220 

Hue^ele John 303 

Hume, Adams 4 Co 302 

Hurrle 1 291 

Indianapolis Daily Commercial 267 

Indianapolis Daily Evening News 256 

Indianapolis Daily Journal 259 

Indianapolis Daily Seniinel Back Cover 

Indianapolis Daily Times 4 

Indianapolis Saturday Evening Mirror .263 

I. C. i- L. Railroad 305 

Jos»elvn Bros Front Cover and299 

J. M. i I. Railroad 306 

Kaufman Charles 6 

Kelly P Inside Front Cover 

LanK Louis 297 

Lee H. H Comer Cards 

Leonard 4 Victor 301 

Lightford J. G 300 

Love William * Co 260 

LoweWm. A 2»5 

Martin L. R 4 

Martin, Hopkins b. Ohr Back Cocerand 258 



Mayer Cha 



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..298 



Mayer &. ] _ 

Maybew O. F Front Cover and 296 

McBride John 303 

McCarthy Simon 303 

Melsheimer A. \V 220 

Meyer George F 5 

WinnickU 288 

Moody Bros 260 

Munson & Johnston Back Cover and 209 

Neab Conrad 288 

NicholJ. W 16 

Parrott, Nickum 4 Co Front Cover and 294 

Prosser John 296 

Eeid, Council & Co 7 

Reitz Frank 287 

Rhodins Mrs. George 293 

Robinson Bros 297 

Eupp William F 292 

Schmidt C.F 8 

Selking William 299 

Senour J, &Co Comer Card* 

Shepherd J. McB , 7 

Shoemaker &. Durfeld 286 

Sims & Hoskina 291 

Sinker & Davis 220 

Skardon J. & Sons 4 

Smith Heniy 297 

Smith, Ittenbach & Co 7 

Smith J. H. V .'. 289 

Soehner Charles Back Cover and 295 

Spitzfaden Peter 292 

Sproulc, Conklyn & Lee 260 

St. Louis, Vandalia, T. H. & I. Railroad 304 

Taggart Samuel 301 

Tanner & Pressel 291 

Tate Warren 287 

Thompson Fred 295 

Tilford J. M 220 

Twining Wm 301 

T. H. i I. Railroad 278 

Union Novelty Works Front Cover 

Walker L. B 300 

Weaver &, Hedges 289 

Weghorst Henry 298 

Welsh Maurice 287 

WeKsh Patrick 290 

White & Ferguson 220 

Willard A. G. 4 Co.. 3 

Winchester Journal 302 

Winter I. N 220 






ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY 

OF THE 

STREETS, AVENUES AND ALLEYS 

OIF in^^TiDi^isr^-poXiis. 



AGNES, nortli and south from New 
York to North, twelve blocks west 

of Meridian. 
ALABAMA, north and south, three 

blocks east of Meridian. 
ALLEaHANEY ALLEY, east and west 

from Tennessee, bet. Vermont and 

Michigan. 
ANN, from .Macauley to Catherine, bet. 

Tennessee and Mississippi. 
ARCH, east and west, bet. Jackson and 

Noble, nine blocks north of Wash- 
ington. 
ARCHER, from Michigan to St. Clair, 

four blocks east of corporation. 
ARSEN kh, from east National road to 

Michigan, one-quarter mile east of 

corporation. 
ASH, from Massachusetts av. to Home 

av., bet. Bellefontaiue and Oak. 
ATHON, north and south from Rhode 

Island to Indiana av., ten blocks 

west of Meridian. 



BARNHILL, north and south from 
Eliiabeth to Coe, sixteen blocks 

west of Meridian. 
BATES, east and west, from Noble to 

corporation east, four blocks south of 

Washington. 
BEATY, from Buchanan to McCarty, bet. 

Noble and Greer. 
BELLEFONTAINE, from corporation to 

Home av., between Peru and Ash. 
BENTON, north and south, from Harri- 
son to Market, bet. Noble and Cady. 
EICKING. east and west, from Delaware 

to East, two blocks south of McCarty. 
BIDDLE, east and west, bet. Winston and 

corporation east, seven blocks north 

of Washington. 
BLACKFORD, north and south, from 

National rsid to North, seven blocks 

west of Meridian, 
BLAKE, north and south, from National 

road to Indiana av., ten blocks west 

of Meridian. 
BLUFF ROAD, terminus south Meridian. 



BRADSHAW, east and west, from Beaty 
to Virginia av., bet. Buchanan and 
McCarty. 

BRETT, east and west, beyond corpora- 
tion, west of Michigan road. 

BRIGHT, north and south, from Ohio to 
North, eight blocks west of Meridian. 

Broadway; from St. Clalr to Home av., 
bet. Plum and Jackson. 

BROOKS, north and south, from First to 
Drake, bet. Michigan road and Fall 
creek. 

BUCHANAN, east and west, from East 
to Virginia av., bet, Dougherty and 
McCarty. 

BUTLER, east and west, from Fort 
Wayne av. to College av., twelve 
blocks north of Washington. 



ADY, north and South, from Harrison 
to Market, one block east of Ben- 



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ton. 



CALIFORNIA, north and south, from 
Washington to St. Clair, six blocks 
west of Meridian. 

CAMP, from St. Clair to First, west of 
Canal. 

CAMPBELL, east and west, east of cor- 
poration, six blocks north of Wash- 
ington. 

CATHARINE, east and west, from Mis- 
sissippi to West, bet. Merrill and 
McCarty. 

CEDAR, north-east and south-west, from 
Dillon to Virginia av,, bet. Grove 
and Pine. 

CENTER, east and west, from Douglass 
to Ellen, bet, North and Elizabeth. 

CHADWICK, from McCarty to city limits 
south, bet. Missouri and West. 

CHARLES, from St. Clair to John, east 
of Noble. 

CHATHAM, from Massachusetts av, to 
St. Clair, bet. East and Noble. 

CHERRY, east and west, bet. Ft. Wayne 
av. and Charles, ten blocks north of 
Washington. 

CHESTNUT, from Georgia to Morris, bet, 
Delaware and Pennsylvania. 



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STREET DIRECTORY. 



CHESAPEAKE ALLEY, east and west, 
from Mississippi to West, bet. Mary- 
land and Georgia. 

CHOPTANK ALLEY, from Washington 
to St. Clair, bet. New Jersey" and 
East. 

CHRISTIAN AVENUE, east and west, 
from Ft. Wayne av. to Peru R. R.. 
eleven blocks north of Washington. 

CIRCLE, crossing of Meridian and Mar- 
ket, one block north of Washington. 

COBURN, east and west, from East to 
Short, bet, Dougherty and corpora- 
tion south. 

COE.'enst and west, west of corporation 
line, ten blocks north of Washington. 

COLLEGE AVENUE, from Christian av. 
to Home av. bet. Ash and Broadway. 

COLUMBIA ALLEY, north and south, 
from Georgia to Michigan, bet. West 
and Missouri. 

COTTRELL, from Louisiana to Georgia, 
bet. Missouri and West. 

COURT, east and west, bet. Washington 
and Market, from Pennsylvania to 
Delaware. 

CRANE, east and west, from Arsenal to 
Seymour, two blocks north of Wash- 
ington. 

CROSS, east and west, bet. Peru and 
Bellefontaine R. R., eleven blocks 
north of Washington. 

CRUSE, from Washington to Highland, 
near Cady. 

DACOTA, from Rockwood to dty lira- 
its south, bet. West and White river, 

DAVIS, north-east and south-west, from 
Indiana av. to Fall creek, twelve 
blocks north of Washington. 

DELAWARE, north and south, two 
blocks east of Meridian. 

DILLON, north and south, from Harri- 
son to corporation south, on corpo- 
ration line east. 

DORMAN, from Michigan to St. Clair, 
one block east of Corporation. 

DOUGHERTY, east and "est, from East 
to Virginia av., bet. Buchanan and 
Coburn. 

D0UGL4S, north and south, from Ohio 
to Indiana av., nine blocks west of 
Meridian. 

DOWNEY, east and west, from Bluff 
road to Japan, fourteen blocks south 
of Washington. 

DRAKE, east and west, beyond corpora- 
tion, west of Michigan road. 

DUNCAN, east and west, from Delaware 
to New Jersey, bet. South and Mer- 
riU. 

DUNLOP, east and west, from Bluff road 
to Japan, fifteen blocks south of 
Washington. 



EAST, north and south, five blocks 
east of Meridian. 
EAST CU.\IBERLAND, east and west, 

from Delaware to East, one-half 

block south of Washington, 
EAST NATIONAL ROAD, terminus east 

Washingtou. 
ECKERT, from Kentucky av. to Merrill, 

bet. West and Kentucky av. 
EDDY, from Merrill to South, bet. Illi- 
nois and Tennessee. 
EIGHTH, east and west, eighteen blocks 

north of Washington. 
ELIZABETH, east and west, from Blake 

to Ellen, eight blocks north of Wash- 
ington. 
ELK, north-east and south-west, from 

Dillon to Virginia av., bet. Dillon 

and Virginia av. 
ELLEN, north and south, from North to 

Indiana av., eight blocks west of 

Meridian. 
ELLIS, from Georgia to Maryland, bet. 

West and Helen. 
ELLSWORTH, north and south, from 

New York to Vermont, bet. Missouri 

and Jlississippi. 
ELM, north-west and south-east, from 

Noble to Dillon, bet. Virginia av. 

and Huron. 
ERIE ALLEY, from Washington to St. 

Clair, bet. Alabama and New Jersey. 



West. 
FIFTH, east and west, fifteen blocks north 

of Washington. 
FIRST, east and west, west of Meridian, 

eleven blocks north of Washington. 
FLETCHER AVENUE, north-west and 

south-east, from Noble to Dillon, bet. 

Forest av. and Huron. 
FOREST AVENUE.north-westand south- 
east, from Harrison to Dillon, bet. 

Harrison and Fletcher av. 
FORT WAYNE AVENUE, north-east and 

south-west, from Pennsylvania and 

North, to citv limits north east. 
FORT WAYNE "ROAD, terminus Fort 

Wayne av. 
FOURTH, east and west, fourteen blocks 

north of Washington. 
FRANKLIN, from Morris to city limits 

south, bet. Wallace and Japan. 

GARDEN, east and west, from Missis- 
sippi to Pennsylvania, bet. South 
and Merrill. 
GEtSENDORFF, north and south, from 
National road to New York, nine 
blocks west of .Meridian, 
GEORGIA, east and west, two blocks 
south of Washington. 



STREET DIRECTORY. 



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GRANT, bet. AYest and Kentucky av., 

one block south of Merrill. 
GREER, from Buchanan to Stevens, bet. 

East arid Beaty. 
GREGG, east and west, bet. New Jersey 

and Jackson, nine blocks north of 

■Washington. 
GROVE, north-east and south-west, from 

Dillon to Virginia av., bet. Elk and 

Cedar. 

HARRISON, east and west, from Noble 
to corporation east, four blocks south 

of Washington. 
HELEN, from Maryland to Louisiana, 

bet. lOllis and White river. 
HENDERSON, north and south, terminus 

of North Illinois. 
HENRY, east and west, from Missouri to 

Mississippi, bet. South and Merrill. 
HIGH, from McCarty to corporation south, 

bet. New Jersey and Alabama. 
HOME AVENUE, east and west, from 

Fort Wayne av. to Peru R. R., thir- 
teen blocks north of Washington. 
HOSBROOK, north-west and south-east, 

from Cedar to Dillon, bet, Virginia 

av. and Elm. 
HOWARD, north and south, from First 

to Seventh, bet. Lafayette and Mill. 
HUDSON ALLEY, from Ohio to iValnut, 

bet. Delaware and Alabama. 
HURON, east and west, from Virginia av. 

to Noble, one block south of South. 
HURON, north-west and south east, from 

Noble to Dillon, bet. Fletcher av. 

and Elm. 

ILLINOIS, north and south, one.block 
west of Meridian. 
INDIANA AVENUE, north-west and 
south-east, from corner Ohio and Il- 
linois to city limits north-west. 

JACKSON, from St. Clair, to Home av., 
bet. Broadway and East. 
JAPAN, north and south, extension of 

south East. 
JOHN, east and west, bet. Peru and Belle- 
fontaine R. R., ten blocks north of 
Washington. 
JONES, east and west, from West to Da- 
cota, six blocks south of McCarty. 

KANKAKEE ALLEY, from Michigan 
to North, bet. Illinois and Tennessee. 
KANSAS, east and west, from Meridian 

to Minnesota, thirteen blocks south 

of Washington. 
KENTtrCKY AVENUE, norlh-east and 

south-west, from corner Washington 

and Illinois, to city limits south-west. 
KINGAN, east and west, from West to 

White river, two blocks south of 

MoCarty. 



LAFAYETTE, north and south, from 
First to city limits, bet. Mississippi 

and Howard. 
LAFAYETTE ROAD, terminus Indiana 

av. 
LENOX, north and south, from Seventh 

to Ninth, bet. Lafayette and Mill. 
LIBERTY, north and south, six blocks 

east of Meridian. 
LOCKERBIE, eastand west, from East to 

Liberty,bet. New York and Vermont. 
LOCUST, from McCarty to .Morris, bet. 

Meridian and Union. 
LORD, east and west, from Noble to cor- 
poration east, bet. Louisiana and 

Harrison, 
LOUISIANA, east and west, three blocks 

south of Washington. 

MACAULEY, east and west, from Ann 
to Missouri, one block south of Mc- 
Carly. 

MADISON AVENUE, north-west and 
south-east, from corner South and 
Meridian to city limits. 

MADISON ROAD, terminus Madison av. 

MAPLE, from R.iy to Morris, bet. Ten- 
nessee and Illinois. 

MARGARET, east and west, south of 
City Hospital. 

MARIA, east and west, east of City Hos- 
pital. 

MARKET, east and west, one block north 
of Washington. 

MARYLAND, east and west, one block 
south of Washington. 

MASSACHUSETTS AVENUE, north-east 
and south-west, from corner of Ohio 
and Pennsylvania, to city limits 
north-east. 

MAXWELL, north and south, from Eliza- 
beth to Davis, fourteen blocks 
west of Meridian, 

MAYHEW, east and west, beyond corpo- 
ration, west of Michigan rd, 

MEEK, east and west, from Noble to cor- 
poration east, two blocks south of 
Washington. 

MEIKEL, from McCarty to city limits 
soutti, bet. Mississippi and .Missouri. 

MERIDIAN, north and south, through 
Govenor's circle, bet. Pennsylvania 
and Illinois, south terminus per can- 
vass, McCarty st. 

MERRILL, east and west, six blocks 
south of Washington. 

MIAMI ALLEY, east and west, bet. Ohio 
and New York. 

MICHIGAN, east and west, five blocks 
north of Washington. 

MICHIGAN ROAD, terminus north-west. 

MICHIGAN ROAD, (east,) east terminus, 
Washington, ten blocks east of Meri- 
dian. 



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STREET DIRECTORY. 



MILL, north and south, from Fifth to city 

limits, bet. Howard and Michigan 

road. 
MINERVA, north and south, from Ohio to 

North, eleven blocks west of Meri- 
dian. 
MINNESOTA, from Morris to city limits 

south, bet. Tennessee and West. 
MISSISSIPPI, north and south, three 

blociss weal of Meridian. 
MISSOURI, north and south, four blocks 

west of Meridian. 
MOBILE ALLEY, east and west, from 

Meridian to Mississippi, bet. Georgia 

and Louisiana. 
MORRIS, east and west, twelve blocks 

south of Washington. 
MORRISON, east and west, bet, Dela- 
ware and -Alabama, twelve blocks 

north of Washington. 
MULBERRY, from McC.irty to Morris, 

bet. Union and Cheslnut. • 
MUSKINGUM ALLEY, from Louisiana 

to First, bet. Tennessee and Illinois. 
McCARTY, east and west, eight blocks 

south of Washington. 
McGILL, from Louisiana to South, bet. 

Mississippi and Missouri. 
McGINNIS, from McCarty to Ray, bet. 

McINTIRE, east and west, beyond cor- 
poration, west of Michigan rd. 

McKERNAN, from Buchanan to corpora- 
tion south, bet. Short and Wright. 

McNABB, east and west, from Illinois to 
Meridian, bet. Louisiana and South. 

NEW JERSEY, north and south, four 
blocks east of Meridian. 
NEW YORK, east and west, three blocks 

north of Washington. 
NINTH, east and west, nineteen blocks 

north of Washington. 
NORTH, east and west, six blocks north 

of Washington. 
NOBLE, north and south, seven blocks 

east of Meridian. 

OAK, from Massachusetts av. to Chris 
tian av., bet. Ash and Plum, 
OHIO, east and west, two blocks north of 

Washington. 
OREGON, north and south, from First to 

Pratt, bet. Brooks and Michigan rd. 
OSAGE ALLEY, north and south, from 

Georgia to Pratt, bet. Missouri and 

Mississippi. 
OXFORD, east and west, bet. Charles and 

corporation east, nine blocks north 

of Washington, 

PACA, from St. Clair to First, west of 
Canal. 



PATTERSON, north and south, from Ver- 
mont to Elizabeth, thirteen blocks 
west of Meridian. 

PEARL, east and west, from Illinois to 
Pennsylvania, half-block south of 
Washington. 

PECK,bet. old and new cemetery, termi- 
nus Kentucky av. 

PENDLETON PIKE, terminus Massa- 
chusetts av. 

PENNSYLVANIA, north and south, one 
block east of Meridian. 

PERU, from North to Home av., nine 
blocks east of Meridian. 

PHIPPS, east and west, from Meridian 
to Pennsylvania, bet. Merrill ard 
McCarty. 

PINE, north-east and south-west, from 
Harrison to Virginia av,, one block 
east of Noble. 

PITTSFIELD, from Seventh to Tenth, nr. 
Canal. 

PLUM, from St. Clair to Christian av., 
bet. Oak and Broadway. 

POPLAR, east and west, from Union to 
Chestnut, two blocks south of Mc- 
Carty. 

POTOMAC ALLEY, east and west, bet. 
Washington and Market, nr. West. 

PR.\TT, east and west, nine blcoks north 
of Washington. 

A1LR04D, from Market to Massa- 
chusetts av., bet Spring and David- 
son. 

RAY, eist and west, from McGinnis to 
Chestnut, two blks south of McCarty. 

RHODE ISLAND, east snd west, eight 
blocks north of Washington. 

RIVER, south of old cemetery. 

ROANOKE ALLEY, north and south, 
from Ohio to First, bet, Tennessee 
and Miasiissppi, 

ROBsON, from National Road to Arse- 
nal. 

ROCKWOOD, east and west, from West 
to Dacota, three blocks south of 
iSlcCarty. 

ROOT, east and west, from West to White 
river, one block south of McCarty. 

RO^E, bet. West and White river, two 
blocks south of Merrill. 

RUSSELL, north and south, from Meri- 
dian to Illinois, bet. McCarty and 
Merrill. 

SAND, southeast, from Kentucky av., to 
White River, one block west of 
West. 
SANDERS, east and west, from Shelby, 
ville road to terminus of Wright, at 
terminus of Virginia av. 
SCHOOL, north and south, from South to 
Huron, bet. Noble and Virginia av 



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STREET DIRECTORY. 



15 



SCIOTO ALLE7, fr6m Washington to 
New York, bet. Meridian and Penn- 
sylvania. 

SECOND, east and west, twelve blocks 
north of Washington. 

SEVENTH, east and west, seventeen 
blocks north of Washington. 

SEVERN ALLEY, north and south, from 
Louisiana to Second, bet. Meridian 
and Illinois. 

SEYMOUR, from east National rd. to 
Crane, one-quarter mile east of cor- 
poration. 

SHARPE, east and west, from Eckert to 
Missouri, bet. South and Merrill. 

SHELUYVILLE ROAL), terminus Vir- 
ginia av. 

SHORT, from Dougherty to city limits 
south, bet. MoKernan and Virginia 
av. 

SILVAN, from Vermont to Elizabeth, 
west of Canal. 

SINKER, east and west, from Alabama 
to East, one block north of McCarty. 

SIXTH, east and west, sixteen blocks 
north of Washington. 

SMITH, north and south, from Rhode 
Island to Indiana av., eleven blocks 
west of .Meridian. 

SOUTH, east and west, four blocks south 
of Washington. 

SPRING, from Market to St. Clair, bet. 
Noble and Railroad. 

STEVENS, east and west, from East to 
Virginia av., one block north of 
McCarty. 

SUSQUEHANNA ALLEY, from Washing- 
ton to North, bet. Pennsylvania and 
Delaware. 

ST. CLAIR, east and west, eight blocks 
north of Washington. 

ST. JOSEPH, east and west, ten blocks 
north of Washington. 

ST. MARYS, east from Delaware, eleven 
blocks north of Washington. 

TENNESSEE, north and south, two 
blocks west of Meridian. 
TENTH, east and west, twenty blocks 

north of Washington. 
THIRD, east and west, thirteen blocks 

north of Washington. 
THOMAS, east and west, from West to 

Dacota, five blocks south of McCarty. 
TINKER, east and west, seventeen blocks 

north of Washington. 
TIPPECANOE ALLEY, east and west, 

from Tennessee to Illinois, bet. Ver- 
mont and New York, 
TORRET, east and west, from Fall Creek 

to Michigan rd., beyond corporation. 



NION, from Merrill to Morris, bet. 
Meridian and Chestnut. 



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VERMONT, east and west, four blocks 
north of Washington. 

VINE, east and west, bet. .Jackson and 
Charles, nine blocks north of Wash- 
ington. 

VINTON, east and west, from West to 
Dacota, four blocks south of McCarty. 

VIRGINIA AVENUE, north-west and 
south-east, from corner Washington 
and Pennsylvania to city limits. 



WABASH ALLEY, east and west, bet. 
Market and Ohio. 
WALLACE, from Morris to city limits 

south, bet. Madison rd. and Franklin. 
WALNUT, east and west, seven blocks 

north of Washington. 
"WASHINGTON, east and west, 

length of city, first, street south of 

Governor's Circle. 
WATERS, from Stevens to McCarty, bet. 

Greer and Virginia av. 
WESSON, east and west, from Arsenal to 

Seymour, one block north of Wasb- 

WEST CUMBERLAND, east and west, 
from Tennessee to White river, one- 
hnlf block south of Washington. 

WEST NATIONAL ROAD, east and west, 
west White river bridge. 

WESTFIELD PIKE, terminus north Illi- 

WILKINS, east and west, from Tennes- 
see to Chestnut, three blocks south 
of McCarty. 

WILLIAMS, north from Washington near 
east corporotion. 

WILLARD, from Merrill to Garden, bet. 
Tennessee and Mississippi. 

WILLARD, north and south, south side 
east National rd., one-half mile east 
of corporation. 

WILSON, north and south, from Eliza- 
beth to Davis, fifteen blocks west of 
Meridian. 

WINSTON, from Ohio to Walnut, ten 
blocks east of Meridian. 

WISCONSIN, east and west, from West 
to Meridian, fourteen blocks south of 
Washington. 

WOOD, north and south, from Michigan 
to North, bet. Missouri and Mis- 
sissippi. 

WRIGHT, from Buchanan to corporation 
south, one block west of McKernan. 

WYOMING, east and west, from Delaware 
to East, one block south of McCarty. 



YEISER, east and west, from Bluflf 
road to Japan, thirteen blocks south 
of Washington. 



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ATNr> DEALERS ipsr 



REAL ESTATE, 

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WESTERN DEPOT FOR 

SCHOOL BOOKS, 

miscellaneous Books, 

Blank Books, Wrapping Paper, 

WRITING PAPERS, 
ENVELOPES, Etc. 

„»- 

Orders received for Commercial Printing of all kinds. 
Sowen„ Steivart «£ Co., 

16 and 18 W. Washington St., 
INDIANAPOLIS, - INDIANA. 



iTOSZSPH Wr. NICHOIii, 

ATTORNEY AT LAW, 

No. 16 1-2 E. Washington Street, 

Prompt Attention given to all Business entrusted to his care. 

E. E IF IE I^ E 3sr?c E s : 

Woollen, Webb & Co., Bankers. Geo. Tousey, President Indii 
Butsch, Dickson & Dell, Dealers in Coal. ' " 



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HXJTCHIIVSOIV'S 



Indianapolis Directory, 



lE^ OI2. 1870 



ABBREVIATIONS. 



al. alley, 
bet. between, 
bds. boards, 
bldg. building. 



s. east Bide, 
ab. laborer. 

e. north-eaat. 



). south-east. 



yhol. wholesale. 



ABB 



ACK 



ABBETX C. H. (L. & C. H. Abbett) 
35 Virginia av., r. same. 

Abbett Chas. H., traveling agent, Amer- 
ican Saw Works, bde. Pyle House. 

Abbett Jas. M., tinner, Munson & John- 
ston's, r. 386 W. New York. 

Abbett John B., Grand Scribe Sons of 
Temperance, r. 164 Virginia av. 

Abbett L. (L. & C. H. A.) r. 221 N. 
Tennessee. 

ABBETT L. & C. H., physicians, 
35 Virginia av. 

Abbot Frederic M., elk., bds. Pyle House. 

Abbott J. D., photographer, 94 E. Wash- 
ington, r. 221 N. Tennessee. 

Abbott Wesley, (col'd) lab., r. Ninth, 
near canal. 

Abel Charles, lab. Schmidt's brewery, r. 
401 8. Delaware. 

Aborne Mary J. Mrs., teacher 9th ward 
school, r. 116 Broadway. 

Aborn Orrin, Dr„ 74 E. Market, r. 116 
Broadway. 

Abrahams James, ostler, 163 W. Wash- 
ington, bds. Nagle House. 

Abrams John, book keeper, r. 129 N. 
Noble. 

Abrams John, (col'd) lab., r. 260 Indi- 
ana av. 

Abrams Maggie Mrs., r. 419 N. East. 
2 



Abrams Milton, engineer Journal Office, 
bds. 98 N. East. 

ABROMET A., agent Mina, Fire 
and Life Insurance Cs., office .aStna 
bldg. N. Pennsylvania, r. 126 W. 
Maryland. 

Academy of Music, se. cor. Ohio and Ill- 
inois, Butsch, Dickson & Co., pro- 
prietors. 

ACADEMY OF MUSIC SA- 
LOON, under Academy of Music, 
Philip Fahrbach, prop. 

Aohelles Thomas, turner, works 23 E. 
South. 

Achey American, expressman, r. 589 
Maple. 

Achey James, bds. 17 Kentucky av. 

Achey John, r. 17 Kentucky a v. 

Achey Mary, (wid. Henry) r. 17 Ken- 
tucky av. 

Ackerman Andrew, Western Furniture 
Company. 

Ackerman August, printer, Daily Tele- 
graph, r. 28 W. Georgia. 

Ackerman John, bridge builder, r. 83 W. 
South. 

Ackert G. F., with Asber & Adams, r. 
221 E. Michigan. 

Ackles MoUie Mrs., dressmaker, r. 322 
E. Washington. 



ACK 18 

H. H. LEE 

Makes a Specialty of 

CHoxcs aoLSEzr xt.io, 

AND 

OLD GOVERNMEHT JAVA C0FFEE3. 

Ackley Isaac, engineer Vincennes R. R., 

Ms. 61 S.Noble. 
Adam William, teamster, r. cor. Noble 

and Michigan. 
Adam William, teamster, r. 312 N. New 

Jersey. 
Adams Aaron, (col'd) lab. r. 247 N. 

West. 
Adama Alex., boardiag house, 268 E. St. 

Clair. 
Adams B. F. (J. F. & B. F. A.) r. ITJ 

Virginia av. 
Adams Charles, cooper, r. 3 Bates. 

Adama Charles E., elk. 49 and 53 W. 
Washington. 

Adams D. 0. (A. & Davis) photograph- 
ers, 2i W. Washington. 

ADAMS' EXPEESS CO., 16 N. 
Meridian, new Sentinel bld'g, J. H. 
Ohr, agent. 

Adams F. J. (F. J. & B. F. A.), r. 17J 
Virginia av. 

Adams F. J. & B. F., dry goods and no- 
tions, 180 E. Washington. 

Adams George F. (G. F. A. & Co.), r. 175 
E. Market. 

Adams George, elk. J. W. Adams, bds. 
430 N. Illinois. 

Adams George M., brakeman C. C. & I. 
■ C. R. R., r. 318 E. Georgia. 

ADAMS G. F. & CO. (G. F. Ad- 
orns & George H. Batty) House- 
keepers' Emporium, 82 S. Meridian. 

ADAMS HARKY C, Deputy She- 
riff, r. 115 S. New Jersey. 

Adams Hubert S., policeman, r. 380 S. 
East. 

Adams Isaac, (col'd) porter, C. Dickson 
& Co. 

Adams J. W., boots and shoes, 49 and 53 
W. Washington, r. 430 N. Illinois. 

Adams Jesse, brick maker, r. 346 N. 
New Jersey. 

Adams John H., groceries and provis- 
ions, 198 W. South, r. same. 

Adams Mary W. (wid. Reuben) r. 115 
S. New Jersey. 

Adams Samuel, attorney at law, 17J W. 
Washington, r. 297 N. Delaware. 

Adams S. C, brick maker, r. 297 N. Del- 
aware. 

Adams Wesley M., carpenter, res. 42 
Fletcher av. 

Adams William C, brick moulder, bds. 
163 Spring. 



ALC 

Adams William L. (Hume & A.) r. 384 
N. New Jersey. 

Adams & Davis, (D. 0. Adams and T. G. 
Davis) photographers, 2J W. Wash- ' 
ington. 

Addison Anna, (col'd, wid. Henry) r. 
African al., bet. Sixth and Seventh. 

Adkins M. V. B., conductor C. C. C. & 
I. R. E., r. 846 N. Noble. 

Ailkinson John, carpenter, r. 206 Huron. 

Adsit Charlss J., elk, 40 S. Meridian, 
bds. 179 N. Alabama. 

Aebker Henry, cabinet maker, r. 580 E. 
Washington. 

Aebker William, cabinet maker, r. 580 
E. Washington. 

.ETNA FIRE INS. COMPANY, 
room 1 Jiltna Building, N. Pennsyl- 
vania, A. Abromet, Ag't. 

jEtna Life Ins. Co. of Hartford, A. Ab- 
romet. Ag't. 

Affanger, S. J., grooeriea, 199J Indiana 
av, r. 215 W. North. 

Aflune Andrew, book and news stand, 
26 S. Delaware,r. 277 S. New Jer- 
sey. 

Ahlders Ahlrich, harness maker, r. 29 
W.McCarty. 

Ahnrfelt W^illiam, carpenter, r. 381 Vir- 
ginia av. 

Aikin J. B., Ins. Ag't, r. 649 N. Tennes- 
see. , 

Aikin L. G., trav. ag't L. Lndorff & Co., 

r. 649 N. Tennessee. 
Aikins Milton, teamster, bds. 121 Hu- 

Aikman John B. (Kimble, Aikman & 

Co.) r. 382 N. Tennessee. 
Aker Ellis L., carpenter, cor. South and 

Delaware, r. 116 Elm. 
Albany City Fire Ins. Co., Albany, N. 

Y., R. E. Beardsley, Ag't. 
ALBEESHARDT H. P., boots and 

shoes, 139 E. Washington, r. same. 
Albersmeier Daniel, wks T. H. & I. R. 

depot, r. 172 Union. 
Albert J. W., carriage trimmer, r. 110 

N. Delaware. 
Albert Lawson H., baggage man. Union 

Depot, r. 211 N. Missouri. 
Alberison A. C, printer. Journal office, 

bds. 98 N. East. 
Albras James, ostler, E. 9. Alverd, r. 

Albray Clinton, painter, 18 S. Meridian. 

Albrecht George, varnisher, Cabinet Ma- 
kers' Union, r. 182 North David- 
son. 

Albro Henry 0., foreman Chandler & 
Taylor's foundry, r. 160 Blackford. 

Alcon Albert, (Alcon & Co.) r. 90 N. East, 

Alcon & Co. (Albert A., J. M. Carron. 
and J. M. Washington) botanic and 
patent medicines, 27 S. Illinois. 



ALD 19 

Aldag August, Bhoemaker, r. 617 E. 
Washington. 

Aldag Charles, boots and shoes, 175 E. 
Washington, r. same. 

Aldag Charles, r. E Court, bet. New 
Jersey and East. 

Aldag C. L., shoemaker, r. 119 N. New 
Jersey. 

Aldag Louis, shoemaker, r. Court, bet. 
New Jersey and East. 

Alden Charles, railroader, r. 326 E. 
Michigan. 

Aldendorf Henry, porter. Murphy, John- 
ston & Co. bds. Globe House. 

Aldrich Alex. W. with B. F. Haugh & 
Co. r. 15 College av. 

Aldrich Chauncey, carpenter, r. 425 E. 
St. Clair. 

Aldrich Frank, (Aldrich & Gay) r. 362 
N. West. 

Aldrich Isaac R., night policeman, r. 
63J S. Illinois. 

Aldrich John D., stairsbuilder, 73 E. 
Washington, r. 17 College av. 

Aldrich L. A. Rev., pastor Olivet Pres- 
byterian Church, r. 248 S. Meridian. 

Aldrich & Gay, (Frank A. and Alfred 
G.) wood yard, cor. Indiana av. and 
Canal. 

Alexander Alvira, (wid. Archibald) r. 
319 S. Delaware. 

Alexander Emma B. (wid.) r. 332 E. 
Ohio. 

Alexander Eugene, hardware elk , bds. 
Ray House. 

Alexander George, barber, r. 181 W. 
Washington. 

ALEXANDEB G. W., real estate 
agent, 2J W. Washington, r. 596 N. 
Illinois. 

Alexander Joseph, carpenter, r. 173 
Huron. 

Alexander Mary Miss, elk. at Trade 
Palace, bds. 129 N. Illinois. 

Alexander Nort. E., traveling agent In- 
diana Sentinel bds. 129 N. Illinois. 

Alexander Theodore, T. salesman W. P. 
Bingham & Co. r. se. cor. Indiana 
av. and Vermont. 

Alexander William, farmer, r. 233 N. 
Winston. 

Alford Henry A., salesman, 77 S. Merid- 
ian, r. 175 N. Alabama. 

Alford T. G. (Alford, Talbot & Co ) r. 175 
N. Alabama. 

ALFORD, TALBOT & CO., (T. G. 
Alford, R. L. Talbot, J. P. Patter- 
eon, J. A. Moore, and W. H. Morri- 
son) wholesale grocers, 123 S. Me- 
ridian. 

Alfrey Maria Mrs. (wid.) r. 141 W. 
Washington. 

Algeo John (Howe Sewing Machine Co.) 
r. 40 Lord. 



ALL 

BENHAM BRO'S, 

3G E. Wasbington St.« 

INDIANAPOLIS MANUFACTURING CO.'S 
PI A.3VO S. 



Algeo John, canvasser, r. 321 E. Ohio.^ 
Algeo Samuel, salesman, r. 159 N. \t£- 

Alhand John, wagon maker, r. 490 S. 
West. 

Allaire Andrew, blacksmith, r. Clinton, 
bet. East and New Jersey. 

Allaire James P., brickmason, r. 95 
Jackson. 

Allaire Peter, brickmason, r. 465 N. 
East. 

Allbright Frank, (col'd) barber, r. 182 W. 
Washington. 

Alleby James, veterinary surgeon, r. 
92 E. New York. 

Allen A. C, r 181 N. Delaware. 

Allen A. W., general agent Lamb 
Knitting Machine 18 N. Delaware, 
bds. cor. Tennessee and Kentucky 
av. 

Allen Byron, lab., r. 74 Massachusetts 
, av. 

Allen Edward, (col'd) lab., r. 173 Doug- 
lass alley. 

Allen Fannie H. Miss, r. 35 N. Califor- 
nia. 

Allen George, (col'd) laborer, r. 154" 
Huron. 

Allen George W. lab , r. 184 N. Winston. 

ALLEN HENRY, livery, sale, and 
boarding stable, 25 and 26 E. Pearl, 
r. 130 W. Vermont. 

Allen H. R., M. D., Indiana Surgical In- 
stitute, r. 340 N. Meridian. 

Allen II. S., salesman. Trade Palace, 
bds. at Palmer House. 

Allen Jacob, bricklayer, r. 44 Douglass. 

Allen James, printer, bds. 31 W. Geor- 
gia. 

.\llen James R , wks. at C. C. & I. C. shop, 
r. 217 Mass. av. 

Allen Jerome, lab., with W. P. Fijhback, 
E. Washinton, nr. Asylum. 

Allen John,( col'd) lab., r. Howard, bet. 
Third and Fourth. 

Allen John, (col'd) lab., r. 44 Harrison. 

Allen Martha Mrs., r. 134 Virginia av. 

ALLEN NANA M. MBS., dress 
and cloak making, rooms 36J E. 
Washington, bds. at Bates House. 

Allen 0. M., Ag't Lamb Knitting Ma- 
chine, bds. at 44 S. Tennessee. 

Allen Robert, machinist, r. 31 W. Georgia. 

Allen T. C, operator, W. U. Tel , bds. 
181 N. Delaware. 



ALL 
THE CHINA TEA STORES 

Have the NAME of being the 

MOST ATTRACTIVE STORES IN THE WEST. 
No. 7 Odd Fellows Hatl 

ACADEMY OF MUSIC CORNER. 



Allen Thomas (cold) cook at Maoy 
"^ {House, bds. same. 

Allen \V<dUam, foreman Eagle Machine 
Works. 

Allen William A., office 36J E. Wash- 
ington, bda. at Bates House. 

Allen W. L,, cooper, bds. 38 Hellen. 

Allendorf J. H,, porter. Murphy, John- 
son & Co., bds. at California House. 

,\llison Joseph E., plasterer, r. 48 
Fletcher av. 

Allison Mary Mrs., r. 52 N. Pennsylva- 
nia. . 

Allison Robert, elk, 6 W. Washington, 
bds. 52 N. Pennsylvania. 

Allison Thomas S., plasterer, bds. cor. 
Christian av. and Ash. 

Allred Garrison W., Coroner Marion 
county, r. 215 W. South. 

.\ltenburger Jacob, watchman Coffin's 
pork house, r. nr. same. 

Allenheiner John, lab., r. 497 S. New 
Jersey. 

Althoff Ernst, miller, iEtna Mills, bds. 
S. end East. 

.•\ltland Hiram, constable, r. 150 Fort 
Wayne av. 

Altland Samuel F., carpenter, 176 E. 
Court, r. 179 Spring. 

Altrean Herman (H. A. & Co.), r. cor. 
Ray and Meridian. 

ALTMAN HERMAN & CO. (H. 
A., Wm. Sojiimeir & W. Meyer), 
groceries, saloon, and feed store, 
cor. Ray and Meridian. 

.\lto James, paper maker, r. 300 S. Mis- 
souri. 

Alvey James H. (Carr & Alvey), r. 548 
N. Tennessee. 

Alvord E. S., prest Citizens Street R. R. 
Co., r. 94 N. Pennsylvania. 

Alvord James C, sec'y Citizens Street 
R. R. Co., office cor. Louisiana and 
Tennessee. 

Alvord Mary Mrs. (wid. E. B.,) r. 334 
N. Illinois. 

Alward Samuel, with Stoneman, Pee & 
Co., r. 322 N. Illinois. 

Amberg Charles, engineer, r. 166 N. Da- 
vidson. 

Ambrose Morris, lab., I. C. & L. R. R. 
shops. 

Ambrose S., fireman, I. C. & L. R. R. 

American Leg and Arm Co., 172 E. 
Washington. 



20 AND 

American Merchants Union Express Co., 
42 E. Washington, J. A. Butterfield, 
agent. 

Amicable Mutual Life Insurance Co., of 
New York, Mark Poore, gen. agt, 
45 j E. Washington. 

Amos Isaac, (Amos & Co.) r. cor. Lafay- 
ette R. R. and First. 

Amos James, spinner, Geisendorff. r. 
408 W. Washington. 

Amos Thomas. D., conrt honse bailiff, r. 
218 N. Davidson. 

Amos Thomas B. (Amos & Co.) r. 218 
N. Davidson. 

Amos & Co. (J. Amos & T. B. Amos) 
plumbers and gas fitters, 21 Massa- 
chusetts av. 

Amsler Fred., trunk maker, 39 S. Illi- 
nois, bds. Globe House. 

Anawalt James P., tinner, with Mun- 
son & Johnston, bds. 17J Virginia 
av. 

Anderegg John A., conductor I. C. & L. 
R. R., bds. Ray House. 

Anderson Archibald, (col'd) porter, 127 
Meridian, r. Fatout's block. 

Anderson Bell Miss, r. 18t)J W. Wash- 
ington. 

ANDERSON, BULLOCK AND 
SCHOFIELD, (J. T. Anderson, 
J. B. Bullock, and M. N. Schofield). 
importers and wholesale dealers in 
hardware, 62 S. Meridian. 

Anderson Caroline|(wid.) r. 220 E. North. 

Anderson Charlotte Miss, servant. Pal- 
mer House. 

Anderson Charles, carpenter, r. 28 N, 
New Jersey. 

Anderson Chris, (col'd) cook, Sherman 
House. 

Anderson Cynthia, (wid.) r. 177 E. Mar- 
ket. 

Anderson David, salesman, New York 
store, bd's Macy House. 

Anderson David S., operator P. & A. Tel., 
r. 333 N. Illinois. 

Anderson Edward, lab., r. 16 Chadwick. 

Anderson Edward, brakeman C. C. & I. 
C. R. R., bds. 58 Benton. 

Anderson George P., real estate agent, 
2 W. Washington, r. 279 E. South. 

Anderson Harry, (col'd) lab, r. Huron. 

Anderson Henry, elk., 192 E. Washing- 
ton, bds 177 E. Market. 

Anderson James, speculator, r. 177 E. 
Market. 

Anderson James D., plasterer, r. 138 W 
Sixth. 

Anderson James T., (A., Bullock & Scho- 
field) r. 367 N. New Jersey. 

Anderson Joseph N., elk.. Browning & 
Sloan, bds. Pyle House. 

Anderson Julia Mrs, deputy clerk V. S. 
Courts, r. 324 N. Alabama. 



AND 



Anderson Lewis, brakeman, I. C. & L. 

R. R., bda. Ray House. 
Anderson Martin, plasterer, r. 140 S. 

East. 
Anderson Mrs., r. 324 N. Alabama. 
Anderson Nettie, r. 191 J W. Washington. 
Anderson Randolph W., carpenter, r. 435 

E. Georgia. 
Anderson R. J., bricklayer, r. 305 E. 

Washington. 
Anderson Robeit, saloon keeper, 191 E. 

Washington, r. same. ^ 

Anderson Thomas, carpenter, r. 413 N. 

Mississippi. 
Anderson William, elk., bds. 177 E. 

Market. 
Anderson William, elk.. Western Houae, 

bds. same. 
Anderson William, teamster, r. 139 W. 

Second. 
Anderson Wijliam, conductor, C. C. & I. 

C. R. R., bds. 58 Benton. 
Anderson William D., lab., bds. 366 W. 

Washington. 
Andra John, saddle and harness maker, 

178 E. Washington, r. same. 
Andrew John B., eating house, 32 W. 

Louisiana, r. 8am«. 
Aodrews Alfred A., cigar maker, bds. 

Klinois House. 
Andrews Bub, lab., rolling mill, r. 236 

S. Missouri. 
Andrews James, lab., r. New York, bet. 

Dlake and Minerva. 
Andrews L. N., general freight agent I., 
P. & C. R. R., r. 444 N. Tennessee. 
Andrew Samuel B., photograph gallery, 

162^ Indiana av., r 82 Fort Wayne 

Angle Abraham R., R. R. conductor, r. 
115 Massachusetts av. 

Angus Walter W., teacher, Indiana In- 
stitution for Deaf and Dumb. 

Anhorn E., bouse and sign painter, cor. 
Spring and St. Clair, r. same. 

Anker Aristides, (Haehl & A.) r. 182 E. 
Washington. 

Annan Charles, book keeper, J. W. Cope- 
land & Co., bds. Pyle House. 

Ant« Jacob, blacksmith, r. 426 S. Illi- 
nois. 

Anthes Jacob, lab., r. 470 S. New Jersey. 

Anthon William, bar tender, Washing- 
ington Hall, r. 120 N. Noble. 

Anthony Jacob, janitor Academy of Mu- 
sic, r. nr. Schmidt's brewery. 

Anthony Joshua, carpenter, r. 266 Blake. 

Anthony T. W., traveling salesman, 
Rickard & Talbott, bds. 36 W. Ma- 
ryland. 

Antibus John B., lab., r. 312 W. Merrill. 

Antlees Hettie, (wid.) r. 373 E. Georgia. 

Antrim James, draymen, E. Over & Co., 
r. 70 Plum. 



21 ART 

BENHAM BRO'S, 

36 East Wasbington St., 

AOKNTS rOE THE 

BURDETX OROAIV. 

Antrim W. H., elk.. Am. W. U. Express 

Co., r. 70 Plum. 
Apperson Isaac H., traveling agent, r. 

256 Chestnut. 
Appleby Rob't, dealer in new and sec- 
ond hand furniture, 189 W. Wash- 
ington, r. same. 
Applegate A. W., traveling agent, J. C. 

Green, r. 175 E. Washington. 
Applegate Berg., (Severln, SchnuU & 

Co.) r. 194 E. Maryland. 
Applegate Miss Eliza, seamstress, r. 18 

Bates. 
Arbuckle Matthew, (Witt & A.) r. N. 

Delaware, bet. Fourth and Tinker. 
Archer Wm. R., elk. Trade Palace, bds. 

285 W. Michigan. 
AHDSN J., manufacturer of boots 

and shoes, 65 S. Meridian, r. same 
ARMBRUSTER FRANK. E., 

saloon, 439 W. Washington, r. same. 
Armbruster J. J., saloon, 215 W. Mary- 
land, r. 79 S. West. 
Arms Mrs. (wid.) r. 126 N. Mis- 
sissippi. 
Armsted James, teamster, r. 316 E. New 

York. 
Armstrong A. R., farmer, r. Tinker, nr. 

canal. 
Armstrong Alma H., elk., 40 S. Illinois, 

bds. Pyle House 
Armstrong Geo., elk. Kingan's pork 

house, r. 162 S. Illinois. 
Armstrong Henry, teamster, 24 W. 

Maryland, bds. 79 S. West. 
Armstrong Minnie Miss, press feeder. 

bds. 6 N. Liberty. 
Armstrong W. S. ( Vinnedge, Jones & 

Co.) r. 180 N. Illinois. 
Arnholder Henry, (A. & Brother) r. 25 

S. New Jersey. 
Arnholder Henry & Brother, (Henry A. 

& Wm. A.) saddles and harness, 

225 E. Washington. 
Arnholder Wm. (A. & Bro.) r. 25 S. 

New Jersey. 
Arnold Jane, (wid.) r. 60 Michigan rd. 
Arnold James W., elk., r. 143 Delaware. 
Arnold Peter, lab., r. 17 N. New Jersey 
Aron Adolphus, book store, r. 54 W. 

New York. 
Aron Chas. (Spellman & Co.) r. 180 

Virginia av. 
Arthur Richard, heater, rolling mill, bda. 

225 S. West. 



ART 
H. H. LEE 

Teas, Coffees, Sngars & Spices 

DIRECT FROM THE 

Importers and Refineries, 
HIS CUSTOMERS TWO OR THREE PROFITS. 



Arthur Thos., moulder, rolling mill, r. 

75 Norwood. 
Arthur Wm. watchman, rolling mill, r. 

225 S. West. 
Arthur Wm., w'ks rolling mill, r. 75 

Norwood. 
Artis Wm. H. (ool'd) barber shop, 193 

W. Washington, r. same. 
Asa S, brick mason, r. 448 N. New 

Jersey. 
Ash Frank, lab., r. 35 Bates. 
Ash Mary, (wid.) r. 5 Spring. 
Ash Wm., varnisher, Spiegle, Thorns & 

Co., r. 113 Spring. 
Ashley Geo. T., foreman, stave factory, 

r. 402 E. Michigan. 
Ashley Thos., foreman, Butsch & Dick- 
son, r. 402 E. Michigan. 
Ashmead Jacob N., miller, r. 240 N. 

Noble. 
Ashmead John S., carpenter, r. 240 N. 

Noble. 
Ashmead Seely W., engineer, C. C. C. & 

I, Rw., r. 240 N. Noble. 
Ashmead Wash. S., wood and tie agent, 

I. & St. L. R. R., bds. 240 N. 

Noble. 
Asmus Chas., bar keeper, 199 Indiana 

av., bds. same. 
Asmus Fredrick, lab., r. cor. West and 

First. 
Asmus Louis, saloon and billiard hall, 

199 Indiana ay., r. same. 
Asian John, lab., r. 26 John. 
Astley Jesse, harness maker, bds. 9 S. 

Mississippi. 
.Astley Sam'l 0, drug elk, Campbell & 

Cireen, bds. 9 S. Mississippi. 
Ashton Dudley, lab., bds. 9 Sharp. 
ATHON JAMES S., physician 

and surgeon, office, McOuat's bl'k, 

2d iloor, r. .529 N. Meridian. 
Atkins E. 0. (E. C. & Co.) r. Idaho Ter- 

ATKINS E. C. & CO. (E. C. A., J. 

H. Kappes & H. Knippenberg) 

props. Sheffield Saw Works, 210 to 

216 S. Illinois. 
Atkins Geo. R., machinist, r. 318 N. 

Alabama. 
Atkinson Thos. J., r. 239 E. Louisiana. 
Atridge Richard, carpenter, r. 333 N. 

Winston. 
Auch Andrew, varnisher, C. C. 0. &. I. 

R. R. shops, r. 214 N. Liberty. 



22 BAA 

Aufderheide Godfrey, painter, r. 275 
Davidson. 

Aufderheide Henry, carpenter, r. 241 N. 
Davidson. 

Aufderheide Jos., expressman, r. 432 
E. Vermont. 

Aufderheide, Wm., turner, Cabinet Mak- 
ers' Union, r. 235 N. Davidson. 

Aughinbaugh Chas., traveling agent, 
bds. 28 W. Michigan. 

Aughinbaugh E. L., elk.. Browning & 
Sloan, r. 92 W. First. 

Aughinbaugh Sarah, (wid.) r. 92 W. 
First. 

Aughinbaugh Wm. M., elk., Stewart & 
Morgan, r. 92 W. First. 

Augstein Chas., w'ks Cabinet Makers' 
Union, r. 344 Railroad. 

Aukenbrook Henry, drayman, 38 S. Me- 
ridian, r. 351 S. Delaware. 

Aukstein Chas., varnisher^ r. 344 Rail- 
road. 

Ault Adam, railroader, r. 181 Meek. 

Austin Albert T., with Frank A. Boyd. 

Austin Berry, printer. Journal office. 

Austin Geo., adjuster, Josslyn Bros. & 
Co., r. 129 E. Walnut. 

Austin Geo. T., machinist, r. 160 E. St. 
Joseph. 

Austin Sam'l, speculator, r. 1G6 N. Del- 
aware. 

Austin Lucius L., musician, bds. 137 E. 
St. Mary. 

Austin Maggie, (wid.)r. 277 E. Georgia 

Austin Mrs., (wid.) r. 25 Gregg. 

Avels Geo. driver, W. P. & E. P. Gallup. 

Avela Jos, r. 75 N. Illinois. 

Avels Maggie, (wid. Henry) r. 357 S. 
Delaware. 

Averill Jos., checkman, T. H. & I. R. R. 
freight depot, r. 103 W. South. 

Avery Jos., carpenter, r. 121 E. Ohio. 

Avery I. L., treasurer Builders' and 
iManufacturers' Association, r. 356 
N. East. 

Avery J. P., physician, office, 1 Massa- 
chusetts av., r. 356 N. East. 

Await Henry, blacksmith, r. 10 Arch. 

Axum Wm., lab., r. 205 W. McCarty. 

Ayres Ales. C, student at law, 24J E. 
Washington, r. 2 miles e. city OD 
Michigan road. 

Ayres Annie, (wid.) r. 240 N. Meridian. 

Ayers Geo. W., blacksmith, r. 139 N. 
Alabama. 

Ayers Milton, wagon maker, r. 34 W. 
Ohio. 

Ayers Scolt, carriagesmith, bds. 34 W. 
Ohio 

BAAR BERNARD J., tailor, r. 170 E. 
Market. 
Baas Christ, works T H. &, I. R. R. De- 
pot, r. 170 Union-, 



BAA 



Baas Henry, foreman Schmdl's brewery, 
r. 410 S. East. 

Back Clemens, (B. & Wenken) r. 108 S. 
Noble. 

Back John, eating house, 30 W. Louisi- 
ana, r. same. 

Back & Wenken, (C. B. & E. W.) cigars 
and tobacco, 209 E. Washington. 

Backmann Berhard, foreman at Weg- 
horst's garden, r. same. 

Baokner A., book binder, bda. Globe 
House. 

Backus J. W., elk. T. H. Freight Office, 
bds. Macy House. 

Backstahler Charles, elk. Bryant's Drug 
Store, r. 72 W. South. 

Backus Vick, carriage smith, Shaw, L. 
& Co., r. 35 W. Georgia. 

Bacon E. H., physician, sw. cor. Wash- 
ington and Meridian, res. room 6 
Blackford's blk. 

Bacon E. J. (wid.) r. 307 N. Alabama. 

Bacon G., blower, glass works, bds. 164 
W. .Maryland. 

Bacon George J., with B. F. Haugh & 
Co., r. 307 N. Alabama. 

Bacon John L., blacksmith, 74 S. Penn- 
sylvania, r. 307 N. Alabama. 

Bacon R. B., with 0. T. Porter, r. 75 N. 
Pennsylvania. 

Bacon R. D., painter, bds. 75 N. Penn- 
sylvania. 

Bacon T. L., chief elk. U. S. Arsenal. 

Bacon William, paper hanger, r. 174 E. 
North. 

Bacon William, toll gate keeper. Fall 
Creek Bridge. 

Bade Austin, lab., r. 209 S. Alabama. 

Baggett Patrick, lab., r. 113 N. West. 

Baggs Elizabeth, Mrs. (wid. William) r. 
71 E. McGarty. 

Bagga Frederick, book keeper, 108 S. 
Meridian, r. 125 E. Ohio. 

Bagle Alex., cabinet maker, bde. Con- 
cordia House. 

Bahler Albert, salesman, r. 36 N. Penn- 
sylvania. 

Bailey Eveline, widow, r. 22 Bates. 

Bailey Hamilton, lab., r. 848 W. Wash- 
ington. 

Bailey John, baggage master, P. C. & St. 
L. R. R. 

Bailey Martha, domestic. Blind Insti- 
tute. 

Bailey Robert, lab., r. 50 Fletcher av. 

Baiubridge Mahlon S., plasterer and 
boarding house, r. 248 E. Louisiana. 

Bair George, shoe maker, 361 S. Dela- 
ware, r. same. 

Baird John W., plasterer, bds. 112 N. 
Pennsylvania. 

Baird William, cooper shop, Qor. Mary- 
land and Helen, r. 112 N. Pennsyl- 
vania. 



i EAK 

BENHAM BRO'S, 

35 East Washing^ton St., 

SHEBT ivixrsic, vioLisrs, 

GTTITARS, STRINGS, &c. 

Bakemeier Frederick, drayman, r. 235 
Union. 

Bakemeier Mrs. Mary, r. 419 Virginia 
av. 

Baker Mrs. A., milliner, 194 E. Wash- 
ington, r. same. 

Baker A. H., r. 228 E. South. 

Baker A. R., printer, H. C. Chandler, 
bds. 144 N. Tennessee. 

Baker Abraham H., (B. & Surbey) r. 
228 E. South. 

Baker Alexander, book binder, W. & J. 
Braden. 

BAKER BERTHA MRS., milli- 
nery, 244 E. Washington, r. same. 

Baker Catharine, (wid.) r. cor. Illinois 
and Walnut. 

Baker Charles, saloon and wholesale 
dealer in Madison Ale, 209 Massa 
chusetts av., r. same. 

BAKER CONRAD, Governor State 
of Indiana, office State House, r. 
173 N. Tennessee. 

Baker E., printer, H. C. Chandler, bds 
17i Virginia av. 

Baker Miss E. C, millinery and fancy 
goods, 194 E. Washington, 
same. 

Baker Frederick, plasterer, r. cor. Ws 
nut and Illinois. 

Baker Henry, blacksmith, 74 S. Pen 
sylvania, r. 203 N. Illinois. 

BAKER JAS. M., hats and caps, 
194 E. Washington, r. same. 

Baker James P., attorney at law, 45 E. 
Washington, bds. 343 N. Hlinois. 

BAKER JESSE A., musician, r. 244 
E. Washington. 

Baker J., machinist, r. 194 E. MoCarty. 

Baker Myra Miss, teacher, r. sw. cor. 
New York and East. 

BAKER NATHAN S., manufactu- 
rer and dealer in mattresses, etc., 
73 E. Washington, r. 203 N. Noble. 

BAKER O. P. (Perkins B. & Per- 
kins) attorneys, office 4 ^tna 
Bldg., r. 148 N. East. 

Baker S. W., salesman Trade Palace, r. 
67 W. New York. 

Baker Mrs. Sarah E., boarding iouse, r. 
392 N. Alabama. 

Baker & Surbey, (Abraham H. Baker & 
Jacob S. Surbey) grocers, 199 Vir- 
ginia av. 

Baker Thomas M., tailor, r. 64 Oak. 



BAK 24 

THE CHINA TEA STORES 

AKE LOCATED AT 

No. 7 ODD FELLOWS HALL 

ACADEinY OF MCSIC COKNEK. 

SAMEGOODS.SAMEPRICESatBOTH. 

Baker Winfield S., hose driver fire de- 
partment. 

Baldus John, saloon, 294 E.Washington, 
r. same. 

Baldus John P., barkeeper, 294 E. Wash- 
ington, r. same. 

Baldwin Benjamin, engineer, C. C. & I. 
C. R. R., r. 301 E. Georgia. 

Baldwin J. H. (J. H. B. & Co.) r. 400 
N. Meridian. 

Baldwin J. L., confectionery, 56 N. Ill- 
inois, r. same. 

Baldwin J. P., fireman, I. C. & L. R. R., 
r. 323 Virginia av. 

BALDWIN J. H. & CO. (J. H. B. 
& George S. Warren) Fancy Bazar, 
6 E. Washington. 

Baldwin Z. T., elk., 56 N. Illinois, bds. 
same. 

Balfe Vitelia Mrs., with Wm. Sumner & 
Co., r. 415 S. East. 

Balke Charles, saloon and billiards, 231 
E. Washington, r. same. 

Ball William, carpenter, r. 135 W. Ma- 
ryland. 

Ballard A., seal engraver. 28 Circle, r. 
same. 

Ballard G. M., Land Receiver, ofiice in 
P. 0. bldg., r. 356 N. Alabama. 

Ballard Samuel, boarding house, 70 E. 
Market. 

Ballard William, boot maker, bds. 18 S. 
Pennsylvania. 

Ballard William, contractor and builder, 
r. 188 N. Tennessee. 

Ballinger Elijah M., carpenter, r. 161 E. 
St. Mary. 

Ballman J. H, grainer, 21 S. Meridian. 

BALLS ANTHONY, bread and 
cracker bakery, and confectioner, 
wholesale and retail, 178 S. Illinois, 
r. same. 

BALLWEG AMBEOSE, manu- 
facturer and dealer in guns and 
pistol, 129 W. Washington, r. 26 Ft. 
Wayne av. 

Ballvreg Frederick, saloon, 131 W. Wash- 
ington, r. same. 

Bals Charles H. G. (Hahn & B.) r. 110 
E. St. Joseph. 

Balser Miss Fannie, dress maker, 44 S. 
IlUnoiB. 

BaU Peter, (Sponsel & B.) Union Beer 
Brewery, r. Madison Road, S. of 
city. 



BAE 

Balz Philip, meat market, 427 N. lllin. 
ois, r. same. 

Balzer George, machinist, r. 141 E. St. 
Mary. 

Bamberger David, carpenter, r. 287 In- 
diana av. 

BAMBERGER HERMAN, hats, 
caps, and furs, 16 E. Washington, 
r. 1 Ft. Wayne av. 

Bamberger Isaac, salesman, H. Bamber- 
ger, bds. Circle Restaurant. 

Bamberger Jacob E. (Rau & B.) r. 287 
Indiana av. 

Banen Mathew, blacksmith Eagle Foun- 
dry, bds. Illinois House. 

Banghart Watson, welldigger and white- 
washer, r. 779 N. Mississippi. 

Bannworth Benjamin, boot and shoe 
maker, r. 36 Massachusetts av. 

Banna Martin, blacksmith. Eagle Ma- 
chine Works. 

Barbee Robert B., policeman First Dis- 
trict, r. 285 N. East. 

Barbee Sampson, r. 291 N. Alabama. 

Barbee Sampson, jr., moulder, r. 32 
Dougherty. 

Barber Edward H., carpenter, r. 75 Eliz- 
abeth. 

Barber James H. (col'd) lab., r. 344 In- 
diana av. 

Barber Walker, (col'd) lab., r. 344 Indi- 
ana av. 

BARBOUR & JACOBS, (Lucien B. 
& Charles J.) attorneys at law, 14 
N. Delaware. 

Barbour Lucien, (B, & Jacobs) r. N. Me- 
ridian, cor. Fifth. 

Barbour Samuel, r. 216 N. West. 

Barclay James, stone cutter, r. 204 E. 
Market. 

Bare Aldun, works Rolling Mill, bds. 77 
W. McUarty. 

Bare, Duncan, harness maker, bds. 52 N. 



Barfugg G., watch maker, 79 S. Illinois, 
r. same. 

Barker Catharine, dress maker, 17 Mass- 
achusetts av., r. same. 

Barker Samuel, meat market, Pennsyl- 
vania, r. 210 E. St. Clair. 

Barkes Sarah Mrs. (wid. William) 
boarding house, 9 S. Mississippi. 

Barkley George B., student, bds. 75 N. 
California. 

Barlow Abigal Mrs. (col'd) wash- woman, 
rear 141 W.Washington. 

BARLOW THOMAS J., prop'r 
Opera saloon, 79 E. Washington, r. 
• 84 S. Mississippi. 

Barlow W. H., baggage master C. C. C. 
& I. R. R. 

Barmfuehrer Chris., lab., r. Michigan rd. 

Barmeir B., elk, C. Vonnegut, bds. Em- 
menegger's Hotel. 



BAR 



25 



BAS 



Barnard Eugene E., salesman, Murphy, 
Johnson & Co., r. 35 Cherry. 

Barnard J., gen'l insurance agent, and 
sec'y Chamber of Commerce, r. 419 
N. Illinois. 

Barnard Moses R., traveling agent, r. 35 
Cherry. 

Barneolo Henry H., railroader, r. 53 
Bates. 

Barneclo Lorenzo, machinist, r. 156 S. 
Noble. 

Barneolo Rebecca, (wid.) r. 53 Bates. 

Barneclo William, fireman C. C. & I. C. 
R. R., bds. 53 Bates. 

Barnes A. A., (B. & Williams) r. 782 N. 
Illinois. 

Barnes A. M., printer Journal office, 
bds. 98 N. East. 

Barnes Daniel, blacksmith, r. 348 S. 
Meridian. , 

Barnes Edward, lab., r. cor. Grant and 
Eckert. 

Barnes George H., carpenter, r. 328 N. 
Winston. 

Barnes Jerome, cooper, r. 141 N. Blake. 

BARNES E. H., M. D., office 62 Vir- 
ginia av., r. same. 

Barnes Mrs., (wid.) r. 52 S. Pennsylvania. 

Barnes Wesley N., printer, News office, 
r. 142 N. Mississippi. 

Barnes William, trav. ag't, r. cor. South 
&nd Virginia av. 

Barnes & Williams,(A. A. B. & E. H. W.) 
produce and commission merchants, 
26 N. Illinois. 

Barnet Edward, lab., w'ks for Green- 
leaf & Co. 

Barnet Francis, cooper, r. 19 S. Missis- 
sippi. 

Barnett Thomas, sen., watchman city 
fire tower, r. 390 N. Mississippi. 

Barnett Thomas, jr., railroader, r. 217 N. 
Mississippi. 

Barney C, printer, Sentinel office, r. 26 
Fletcher av. 

Barney Ellen, r. 203 W. McCarty. 

Barney Frederick, works with Jackson, 
Rider & Co. 

Barney Jacob, physician, r. 245 N. Da- 
vidson. 

Barnitz Charles, real estate, 115 E. Wash- 
ington, r. 177 S. Noble. 

Barnitz J. W., taxidermist, 115 E. Wash- 
ington, r. 177 S. Noble. 

Barr Jacob, carpenter, r. 424 N. Dela- 
ware. 

Barr Lorenzo D., inspector, rolling mill, 
r. 233 S. Tennessee. 

Barr William, lab., bds. 16 Oak. 

Barrett E. G., solicitor. Evening News, r. 
123 Huron. 

Barrett James, laborer, r. 54 Bioking. 

Barrett Joseph, (eol'd) porter with L. 
Q. Sherwood, r. 156 Douglass alley. 



BENHAM BRO'S, 

36 East Wasbinston St., 

PIANOS, ORGANS, MUSIC. 

Best Goods! Lowest Prices! 



Barrett Michael, r. 232 W. Georgia. 

Barrett Solomon, wood turner, r. 270 S. 
Delaware. 

Barrett Pat., lab., r. 174 Meek. 

Barrett Patrick, lab,, r. 31 Bradshaw. 

Barrow Samuel, with G. W. Caldwell & 
Co., bds. 169 S. Tennessee. 

Barrens H. W., foreman Chandler & 
Taylor, r. 293 W. A^ermont. 

Barry Edward H., grand sec'y I. 0. 0. 
F., office No. 2 Odd Fellows' Hall, r. 
528 N. Tennessee. 

Barry Charles L., elk, Stewart & Mor- 
gan, bds. 528 N. Tennessee. 

Barry John, lab., r. 145 Huron. 

Barry Thomas G., druggist, r. 197 N. 

Barth Charles, salesman, 29 W, Wash- 
ington, r. 387 N. West. 

Barth Jacob, with Bowen, Stewart & Co., 
r. 387 N. West. 

Barth John W., salesman, 21 W. Wash- 
ington, r. 387 N. West. 

Barth L. A., prop'r Union Depot news 
stand, r. 233 Virginia av. 

Barth Sebastian, Rev. pastor German 
Reformed Church, r. 387 N. West. 

Bartholomew Eugene, boot maker, 65 S. 
Meridian, bds. Naegle House. 

Bartholomew Thomas, cooper, r. 89 S. 
Liberty. 

BARTHOLOMEW W. P., attor- 
ney, 20J^ N. Delaware, room 1, bds. 
Bates House. 

Bartlett Alice, (wid.) r. 335 N. New 
Jersey. 

Bartlett Arthur, elk, 76 W. Washington. 

Bartlett Bernard G., foreman cement 
pipe works, r. 277 Indiana av. 

Bartlett Harrison, (col'd) porter, 399 N. 
Illinois. 

Bartlett John A., carpenter, r. 777 N. 
Missouri. 

Bartlett Joseph, w'ks at rolling mill, 
bds at Union House. 

Bartlett Thornton, (col'd) lab., bds. 
at 158 Douglass alley. 

Bartlett, Richard, (col'd) lab., r. 164 
Douglass alley. 

Barton Bridget Miss, servant, Spencer 
House. 

Barton Kate Miss, waiter, Spencer 
House. 

Basa A. H., engineer, 74 S. Pennsylva- 
nia, r. 76 E. Elm. 



BAS 
H. H. LEE'S 



TEAS, COFFEES & SUGARS, 

ARE THE SAME EACH DAV 

As are quoted in the 
CINCINNATI DAILY PAPKRS. 



Basdoerfer George, groceries and pro- 
duce, 546 E. Washington, r. same. 

Base Christian, carpenter, r.297 E. Geor- 
gia. 

Base Henry, carpenter, r. 297 E. Georgia. 

Base Henry, lab , r. Union. 

Basey A. H., machinist, r. 79 Elm. 

Basey Ellen Mrs., (wid. Gotleib) r. 267 
N. Liberty. ' 

Baskit John, (col' d, B. & Reed) 10 S. 
Pennsylvania. 

Baskit & Reed, (John Baskit and J. 
Reed) barbers and hairdressers, 10 
S. Pennsylvania. 

Bass Geo. W., salesman, bds. 168 N. 
East. 

Bass Geo. W. (col'd) barber, r. al. bet. 
West and canal. 

Bass John, drayman, r. 146 Union. 

Bass Josiah, (B. & Henderson) r 168 N. 
East. 

Bass & Henderson (J. B. & J. W. H.), 
grocers, 143 and 145 N. Delaware. 

Bassptt H. A., elk, Frank Smith, r. 48 
E. Ohio. 

Bastor Edward, carpenter, r. 187 N. Da- 
vidson. 

Bates Caroline, (col'd, wid. Atkins) r. 
143 Bright. 

Bates Chas., machinist, bds. 217 S. Il- 
linois. 

Bates Chas., machinist, w'ks rolling 
mill, bds. 169 S. Tennessee. 

Bates David, moulder, Eagle Machine 
Works, r. 143 S. New Jersey. 

Bates G. H., civil engineer, r. 232 E. 
Louisiana. 

Bates Harvey, sr., r. 190 E. Market. 

Bates Harvey, jr., ass't cashier, First 
National Bank, r. 185 N. Delaware. 

BATES HOUSE, nw. cor. Washing- 
ton and Illinois, C. W. Wesley & 
Son, props. 

Batey Elizabeth Mrs. (wid. Abraham) 
r. 4 Catharine. 

Batty Edwin, carpenter, r. 124 Broad- 
way. 

Batty John, slate roofer, bds. Illinois 
House. 

Batty John A., deputy recorder, r. cor. 
Christian av. and Ash. 

Batz Wm., blacksmith, r. 431 S. Me- 
ridian. 
Baugher F. W., traveling salesman, 125 
S. Meridian, bds. Ft. Wayne av. 



26 BEA 

Bauke John Henry, carpenter, r. 506 E. 
Georgia. 

Baumass Henry, tailor, r. 237 N. Liberty. 

Baumhofer Henry, carpenter and builder, 
r. 236 Chestnut. 

Bauer Barbra Mrs., r. 300 W. Maryland. 

Bauer Frank, lab., r. Lock. 

Bauer Fredrick, w'ks paper mill, bds. 
300 W. Maryland. - 

Bauer Geo., messenger Mansur's bank, 
r. 77 N. Illinois. 

Bauer Gottleib, tailor, r. 30 Water. 

Bauer Henry, cabinet maker, r. 68 E. 
Market. 

Bauer Jacob, lab., r. 277 James. 

BAUER JACOB, confectionery and 
eating house, 147 W. Washington, 
r. same. 

Bauers John, engineer, r. 197 E. Wash- 
ington, up stairs 

Baur Adolph, foreman Guttenberg Print- 
ing Co., r. 87 N. Noble. 

Bausoher B. L., engineer, Spiegel & 
Thoms, r. 326 N. East. 

Baxter & Davis, (Peter B. & A. E. D.) 
grocers and produce dealers, 250 W. 
Washington. 

Baxter Geo., elk., 250 W. Washington, r. 
197 W. Maryland. 

Baxter Peter D. (B. & Davis) r. 250 W. 
Washington. 

Baxter Wm. (col'd) r. Howard, bet. 
Third and Fourth. 

Bayless G. B., printer. Sentinel office, 
bds. Little's Hotel. 

Baylor Albert E.. salesman Paris Store, 
r. 3 Odd Fellows' Hall. 

Baylor Rachael M. (wid. James), r. 08 
Plum. 

Baymiller Parthena, (wid.) r. 77 Lock- 
erbie. 

Baz Jacob, shoemaker, r. 274 S. Delaware. 

Beach Gaylor B., contractor, 331 N. Al- 
abama. 

Beal Joshua, paper hanger, r. 77 W. 
Walnut. 

Beall John W., meat market, 306 W. 
Washington, r. same. 

Beals Jerome, traveling agent, John 
Sweetser, r. 21 S. Pennsylvania. 

Beam David, f Emerson B. & Thompson) 
r. 187 S. Tennessee. 

Beam Dessie Miss, r. 187 S. Tennessee. 

Beam J. F., agent Security Life Insur- 
ance Co., bds. 73 W. Maryland. 

Beanbun Geo., salesman. Domestic Sew- 
ing Machine Co. 

Beard Amos, wagon maker, w'ks Indian- 
apolis Wagon and Agricultural 
Works, r. 443 8. Illinois. 

Beard B. F., plow stocker, bds. 69 W. 
Market. 

Beard David H., blacksmith, bda. 69 W. 
Market. 



BEA 



27 



BEH 



Beard House, 69 W. Market, Sol Beard, 
prop. 

Beard S. (B. & Kimball) r. 09 W. Mar- 
ket. 

Beard Vim., cooper shop, W. Maryland, 
r. 212 N. Pennsylvania. 

Beard & Kimball, (S. F. & N. K.) plow 
manufactory, S. Tennessee, nr. N. 
Kentucky av. 

Beardsley H. M , book keeper, R. E. 
Beardsley, bds. 126 E. North. 

BEARDSLEY K. E., gen'l insur- 
ance agent, 11 N. Meridian, r. 125 
E. North. 

Beasley Thos., shoe maker, 137 N. Ten- 
nesssee, r. Benton. 

Beatton Mrs. Mary, r. 773 Madison av. 

Beaty David S., r. 194 E. Michigan. 

Beaver E., teamster, r. 380 N. West. 

Beaver Charlotte Mrs. (wid. Thos.) r. 
217 Massachusetts av. 

Beaver Catharine Miss, vj'ks Capitol 
Tobacco Works, bds. 259 E. McCarty. 

Beaver Geo., machinist, r. 114 W. Geor- 
gia. 

Beaver Isaiah, book binder, bds. 380 N. 
West. 

Beaver John, teamster, r. 259 E. Mc- 
Carty. 

Beaver Leon, draughtsman, Isaac Hodge- 
son, cor. Washington and Pennsyl- 
vania, bds. Pyle House. 

Beaver Leonard, moulder, bds. 217 S. 
Illinois. 

Beave'r Maggie Miss, bds. 380 N. West. 

Beck A. T., attorney, 20J N. Delaware, 
room 6, r. 152 N. Mississippi. 

Beck Christian, lab., bds. 122 S. Noble. 

BECH CHRISTIAN, gunsmith, 12 
S. Pennsylvania, r. 154 N. New 
Jersey. 

Beck David, teamster, bds. 154 N. New 
Jersey. 

BECK EDWARD, prop.. Crystal 
Palace saloon and restaurant, r. 27 
W. Maryland. 

Beck Elizabeth Mrs., r. 294 Chestnut. 

Beck Fredrick, meat market, cor. Mc- 
Carty and Meridian, r. same. 

Beck Henrietta Miss, r. 294 Chestnut. 

Beck Harry, baker, r. 88 Ft. Wayne av. 

Beck Hubert, lab., r. 120 Union. 

Beck Isaac, express messenger, r. 293 
Virginia av. 

Beck Israel, attorney at law, r. 452 E. 
Market. 

Beck James A., stone cutter, bds. 103 W. 
South. 

Beck Jos. W., elk., 40 S. Meridian, r. 152 
N. Mississippi. 

Beck Miss Sarah, teacher, First Ward 
school, r. 154 N. New Jersey. 

BECK SAMUEL, gunsmith, 63 E. 
Washington, r. 152 N. Mississippi. 



BENHAM BRO'S, 

36 East WasUington St., 

STATE AGENTS 

INDIANAPOLIS MANUFACTURING CO. 
PIANOS. 



Beck Wm., lab., r. 05 Dacota. 

Becker August, tailor, bds. 05 S. East. 

BECKER BROS. (F. P. B. & Jos. 
B.) confectioneries and ladies' res- 
taurant, 17 N.Pennsylvania. 

Becker F. P. (Becker F. P. & Bro.) 17 
N. Pennsylvania. 

BECKER & HUBER, (Jacob B. & 
Jacob H.) merchant tailors, 77 E. 
Washington. 

Becker Jacob, (Becker & H.) r. 180 N. 
Jersey. 

Becker Jas. cigar maker, 36 Virginia 
av., r. 170 S. Delaware. 

Becker Jos. (Becker F. P. & Co.) 17 N. 
Pennsylvania, r. same. 

Beckett Andrew, machinist, C. C. & I. C. 
R. R., r. 370 E. New York. 

Beikett John, baggage master, I, P. & C. 
R. R., bds. Spencer House. 

Beckett Theophilus M., engineer C. C. & 
I. C. R. R., r. 473 E. Georgia. 

Beckler Jas. S., huckster, r. 554 S. Me- 
ridian. 

Beckler Moilie C. Miss, dress maker, 
bds. 554 S. Meridian. 

Beckler Sallie A. Miss, dress maker, bds. 
554 S. Meridian. 

Beckley John, lab,, r. 510 S. Illinois. 

Beckman Christina Mrs., r. 332 S. Ala- 
bama. 

Beckman Hester, (wid. Wm.) r. 408 W. 
Noith. 

Beckmann John W., die sinker and en- 
graver, 29 S. Delaware, r. same. 

Beckwith Frank, (col'd) lab., r. oor. 
Vine and Jackson. 

Beckwith Jos, baggage master, I. P. & 
C. R. R. 

Beeber Geo. P., carpenter and builder, r. 
33 Meek. 

Beeler John, dyer, Merritt & Coughlin, 
bds. 19 S. Meridian. 

Beeler Josephine Miss, dress maker, r. 
116 S. Meridian. 

Beeler L. D., carpenter, r. 181 S. Ten- 

Beerbouer E. J., upholsterer, r. 19 Bid- 
del. 

Beerman Henry, lab., r. 271 E. Mc- 
Carty. 

Beerman Trumen, carpenter, r. 262 N. 
East. 

Behm C, cigar maker, 36 Virginia av., r. 
246 Noble. 



BEH i 

THE CHINA TEA STORES 

Are very handsomely decorated with 
Accurate Vie-ws and Scenes 

OF 

CHINESE t,IFE AND SCENERY. 

Call and see them before leaving the City. 



Behm Ferdinand, school teacher, 477 E. 
Market. 

Behnear Mary Mrs. r. 211 E. Market 

Behrens August, instructor of gymnas- 
tics, bds. at Emmenegger's Hotel. 

BEHRINGER JOSEPH, saloon, 
14.5 W. Washington, r. same. 

Behymer Simeon, lumber dealer, r. 247, 
N. New Jersey. 

Beiler J. L. (Fruaer B. & Co.) r. 264 E. 
McCarty. 

Beilery Frederick, cabinetmaker, bds. at 
252 E. Washington. 

Beiser Aug., r. E. Court, nr. East. 

BEISEB. AUGUST, wholesale li- 
quor dealer, 106 S. Illinois, r. Wash, 
ington, bet. New Jersey and East. 

Beiter Matthias, machinist, 71 S. Liberty. 

Bell Alfred R., printer, w'ks News of- 
fice, r. 384 W. North. 

Bell Andrew, (col'd) shoe maker, r. 345 
N. Alabama. 

Bell C. H., r. 29 W. Georgia. 

Bell Guide, physician, 19 N. East, r. 
same. 

Bell James B., prop'r Pattison House, 
53 N. Alabama. 

Bell John, (B. & Webb) r. 14 Elizabeth. 

Bell John, marble cutter, 66 Virginia av. 
bds. 17 Kentucky av. 

Bell Miletus, druggist and apothecary, 
261 Massachusetts av., r. 484 N. 
East. 

Bell Samuel, P., C. & St. L. R. R., bds. at 
426 S. Tennessee. 

Bell Samuel, switcher C, C. & I. C. R. 
R., bds. 61 S. Noble. 

Bell William, bricklayer, bds. 29 Chat- 
ham. 

Bell William, expressman, r. 248 Black- 
ford. 

Bell William, (col'd) barber. Hill & Car- 
ter. 

Bell & Webb, (J. B. & J. W. W.) flour 
and feed, 78 Mass av. 

Bellis John R., fireman, engine house 
No. 3, bds. at Ray House. 

Beltz Harry A., news dealer, cigars and 
tobacco, Spencer House, r. 175 Ste- 
vens. 

Beltz Jacob, plasterer, r. 175 Stevenson. 

Belzer George, machinist, Eagle Machine 
Works, r. 141 E. St. Mary. 

Benagel Mary, (wid.) r. Wabash, bet. 
Liberty and Noble. 



1 BER 

Bence Robert F., physician, r. 86 Ash. 

Bender George A, Cabinet Makers' 
Union, r. 380 Massachusetts av. 

Bender J. G., elk, 54 S. Meridian, bds. 
180 N. Illinois. 

Bender Tobias, ( Bender T. & Co.,) r. 292 
E. Market. 

BENDER TOBIAS & CO., (To- 
bias Bender, John "V. Cook, and John 
B. Stumph) wines and liquors, for- 
eign and domestic, 189 E. Wash- 
ington. 

Beneker Frederick, lab., r. 496 S. East. 

BenLam Azel M., (Benham Bros.) r. 235 
E. Vermont. 

Benham H. L., (Benham Bros.) r. sw. 
cor. East and Vermont. 

BENHAM BROTHERS, (A. M. 
B, & H. L. B.) wholesale and retail 
dealers in music, pianos, organs, 
and all musical instruments, 36 E. 
Washington. 

Bennard Charles, expressman, r. 583 
Maple. 

Benner Arthur, porter. Wiles, Bro. & Co., 
r. 430 S. Tennessee. 

Bennerscheidt August, machinist, r. 309 
S. Pennsylvania. 

Bennerschut Carle, machinist, r. 219 
Alabama. 

Bennett G. W., day police, r. 286 E. St. 
Clair. 

Bennett Henry W., pattern maker, r. 23 
Chatham. 

BENNETT P. S., physician, ofiice 33 
Virginia av., r. 449 N. New Jer- 
sey. 

Bennett William H., r. 431 N. Meridian. 

Bensel George, lab., r. 282 N. Winston. 

Benson David S., dealer in clothing and 
furniture, 206 S. Illinois, r. same. 

Benson John A., toll collector, White 
river bridge, r. 391 W. Washington. 

Benson John S., Sup't State Fair, r. 61 
Fort Wayne av. 

Benson Michael, dealer in rags and old 
iron, 412 S. Meridian, r. same. 

Benson Richard, carriage wood work- 
man, 181 St. Joseph. 

Benster S. S., machinist, Josselyn Bros., 
bds. Pyle House. 

Bently John H., peddler, Johnson & Co., 
r. 139 Huron. 

Beohning William, lab., r. 168 S. Noble. 

Bepley Frederick, lab., bds. 310 W. 
Washington. 

Berauer Benedict, tailor, r. 50 Coburn. 

Bercherd Amos, merchant, r. 75 E. Mich- 
igan. 

Berendes Joseph, varnisher, 8 S. Ten- 
nessee, r. same. 

Berg F. (wid.) r. 171 E. South. 

Berg George L., gold penmaker, bds. at 
Little House. 



BER 



29 



BEY 



Berg George F^ pressman, Journal of- 
fice, r. 171 E. South. 
Berg Gustave, varnisher, piano factory, 

r. 171 E. South. 
Berg Henry, (Berg & Waterman) r. 193 

S. Tennessee. 
Berg John, lab., bds. 112 Dakota. 
Berg Martin, soap factory, r. 112 Dakota 
Berg William, hose reel driver, No. 3 

Engine House, r. 22J S. Alabama. 
Berg & Waterman, (H. L. B. & Chris. 

W.) groceries and produce, 193 S. 

Tennessee. 
Bergener Charles, cigar maker, r. 31 

Chatham. 
Bergener Gustave, elk, Fletcher & 

Sharpe. 
Berger Frederick, book keeper, 29 W. 

Washington, bds. 285 N. Illinois. 
Bergslein Carl, professor of music, 11 

Martindale's block, r. 69 N. Ala- 
bama. 
Bergundthal Charles, salesman, E. Over 

&Co., r. 267, S; New Jersey. 
Bergundthal D. C, book keeper, E. Over 

& Co., r. 267 S. New Jersey. 
Bering Albert, cigar maker, bds.- Emen- 

negger's Hotel. 
Beringer John, expressman, r. 576 E. 

St. Clair. 
Berkhofer George, show case maker. No. 

5 Virginia av., r. 92 S. Liberty. 
Berkhofer Louise Mrs., r. 92 S. Liberty. 
Bernard Joseph, teamster, r. 132 Huron. 
Berner Charles, lab., r. 248 Blake. 
Berner Frederick, machinist, r. 373 S. 

Illinois. 
Berner Henry, butcher, bds. 323 W. 

Washington. 
Berner John, express wagon, r. 185 N. 

Davidson. 
Bernet Andrew, peddler, r. 115 W. Mc- 

Carty. 
Bernhammer William, plast'jrcr, r. 284 

N. West. 
Bernliard Ernst, elk, 397 S. Meridian, 

bds. same. 
Bernhard John, teamster for Philip 

Dohn, 246 S. Meridian, bd. same. 
Bernhard John, stone mason, r. 355 

Spring. 
Bernhard William, works Jackson, Ri- 
der & Co. 
Bernhard William, porter, 52 S. Me- 
ridian. ^ 
Bernhardt William, r. 126 Hosbrook. 
Bernhardt Zahra, engineer, C. C. & I. C. 

R. R., r. 113 S. Benton. 
BERNHAMER WILL. P. A., 

(German) attorney and notary, over 

83 E. Washington, bds. 174 W. New 

York. 
Berring William, lab., r. 474 E. Washing- ' 

ton. 



BENHAM BRO'S, 

3G East AVasIiiiig^tonSt., 



BENHAM'S MUSICAL REVIEW, 

MONTHIY, $1.00 PER ANNUM. 



Berry Casper B., bricklayer, r. 245 N. 

Liberty. 
Berry Charles H., boot and shoe dealer, 

r 307 Indiana av. 
Berry D. M. (Elliott & B.) r. 314 N. 

East. 
Berry Daniel M., shoe shop, 199 Indiana 

av., r. same. 
Berry Geo., lab,, r. 320 E. Washington. 
Berry John, w'ks Jackson, Rider & Co, 
Berry Marion, (B. & Flathers) r. 337 

Virginia av. 
Berry Mary, (wid. Edward) r. E. St. Clair, 

cor. Peru R. R. 
Berry Michael, stone cutter, r. 136 

Spring. 
Berry Thos., w'ks rolling mill, bds. 256 

S. Tennessee. 
Berry & Flathers, (M. Berry & J. D. 

Flathers) carpenters and builders, 

36 S. Pennsylvatiia. 
Berryman John, blacksmith and wagon 

maker, 88 S. Noble. 
Berryman Wm. H., cooper, 308 E. Lou- 
isiana. 
Bertelsman Frederick, watch maker, 93 

E. Washington, bds. 108 E. Wash- 
ington. 
Bertelsman Lizzie, (wid. Henry) r. 264 

Massachusetts av. 
Base Christian, carpenter, r. 279 E. 

Georgia. 
BESE BBNST, boarding house, 

65 S. East. 
Bese Fred, R. R. lab., r. 334 E. Vermont. 
Besemagel Chas., stone cutter, Smith, 

Ettenbach & Co., r. Wabash al., tet. 

Market and Ohio. 
Besking Christian, r. 136 Huron. 
Besking Chas., jr., lab., r. 150 Huron. 
BESS WM. K., saloon, and liquor 

dealer, 284 W. Washington, r. same. 
BESSONIES AUGUST, REV., 

pastor St. John's Catholic church, r. 

nr. church. 
Best John F., basket maker, r. 46 Mich- 
igan road. 
Betz Bernard, w'ks rolling mill, r. 232 



Betz Wm., blacksmith, r. 431 S. Me- 
ridian. 

Beyschlag Carl, editor Daily Telegraph, 
and Zukumft, r. 227 S. Delaware. 

Beyschlag Chas, jr., elk., H. H. Lee, bds. 
227 S. Delaware. 



BIG 
H. H. LEE 

HAS BUT 

ONE PRICE, SELLS FOR CASH, 

And Guarantees all Goods 

Sold at the China Tea Stores, 

To be as Represented. 

Bickley Amos, blacksmith, r. 260 S. Mis- 
souri. 

Biden E. E. (wid.) dressmaker, 30 N. 
East, r. same. 

Biddle Stephen V., piano teacher, r. 38 
S. Illinois. 

Biddy Jas. M., w'ks rolling mill, r. 576 
S. Illinois. 

BIEDENMEISTEE C. A., fire 
and life insurance agent, 139 E. 
Washington, r. 149 N. East. 

Bieler Jns. L. (Frauer, B. & Co.) r. Mc- 
Carty, c. of East. 

Bieler John A., r. 145 W. Washington. 

Bigelow Coal and Mining Co., cor. Ten- 
nessee and South. 

Bigelow Herbert N., Deputy U. S. Mar- 
shal, r. 161 Massachusetts av. 

Bigelow Isaac, plasterer, r. 141 N. New 
Jersey. 

Bigelow J. K. (Todd & Bigelow) r. 123 
W. New York. 

Bigelow I. L., Deputy U. S. Marshal, r. 
161 Massachusetts av. 

Bigelow John, plasterer, r. Clinton, nr. 
New Jersey. 

Bigger Samuel, elk.. Trade Palace, r. 
311 S. Delaware. 

Bigham H. S., Wm. Love & Co., r. 510 E. 
Washington. 

Bilger Jos., carpenter, r. 332 E. New 
York. 

Billing Andrew, machinist, r. 136 S. 
East. 

Billings, F. M., adjuster, Grover & Baker 
Sewing Machine Co., bds. 62 N. 
Pennsylvania. 

BILLS J. M., attorney at law, Par- 
ker's bl'k, N. Delaware, r. 22 Lock- 
erbie. 

Brigham Chas. E., sup't, Braden & Co., 
r. 121 W. New York. 

Bingham James, stone cutter, r. 44 

Mud. 
BINGHAM JOSEPH J., editor 
Indiana State Sentinel, r. 148 W. 
Maryland. 
BINGHAM JOSEPH W., news 
editor, Sentinel, bds. 148 W. Mary- 
land. 
BINGHAM W. P., watches and jew- 
elry, 50 E. Washington, r. 52 Cali- 
fornia. 
Binkley Benjamin R., machinist, bds. 169 
S. Tennessee. 



30 BLA 

Binkley Wm., butcher, bds. 210 E. St 

■Clair. 
Binsaok Wm., painter, r. Wabash, bet. 

Liberty and Noble. 
Birch Geo., lab., r. 197 E. Washington, up 

stairs. 
Birch John, railroader, bds. 27 Hahn. 
Birch Richard E., steamboat captain, r. 

112 Broadway. 
Birchard Alvin, r. 283 W. Michigan. 
Birchwood Chas., broom maker, bds. cor. 

East and Cherry. 
Bird Abram, r. 129 N. Illinois. 
Bird Frank, elk. Evening News, bds. 129 

N. Illinois. 
Bird Frank, engineer, bds. 280 Chestnut. 
Bird Henry, (col'd) barber, bds. 75 W. 

Georgia. 
Bird Jas., spoke turner, r. 280 Chestnut. 
Bird John C, carpenter, r. 72 Fayette. 
Bird Mary, (wid. Patrick) r. 408 W. 

North. ' 

Bird Wm. H., elk., auditor's office, I. & 

St. Louis R. R., r. 121 N. Illinois. 
Birdsley R. A., Insurance agent, r. 125 

E. North. 
Bisbee Thos. A., machinist. Central R. R., 

bds. 149 S. New Jersey. 
BisbingJacob J., marshal, Union Depot., 

r, 212 N. West. 
Bisbing Wm., carpenter, r. cor. St. Clair 

and Ft. Wayne av. 
Bishop Geo. M., engineer, steam fire en- 
gine No. 1, r. 37 S. West. 
BISHOP JAMES L , gen'l solicitor 
and compiler city directories, lOi 
E. Washington, bds. 143 W. Wash"- 
ington. 
Bishop J. W., engineer, r. 25J Massa- 
chusetts av. 
Bishop Maria, (wid. Mitchell) r. 291 

Douglass al. 
Bishop Sarah, (wid.) r. 393 N. New Jer- 
sey. 
Bishop Wm. A Y., lab., rolling mill, r 

395 S. Missouri. 
Disking Henry C, lab., w'ks Coburn & 

Jones, r. 140 Huron. 
Bisplinghoff Herman, soloou keeper, r. 

71 Wyoming. 
Bixby Frank L., student, bds. 166 E. 

Market. 
Bixler John, rope maker, r. Agnes, w. 

end New York. 
Bjornholdt Frank, sheet iron works, r. 

39 Bradshaw. 
Black C. C, engineer, I. C. & L B B 

r. 15 Lord. 
Black Catharine, (wid. Geo.) bds. 217 S. 

Illinois. 
Black Charles H., carriage smith, Shaw 

L. & C, r. 368 E. New York. 
Black ElbridgeG., w'ks Osgood, Smith & 
Co , bds. 390 N. West. 



BLA i 

BLACK G. H., oarpenler, r. 368 E. 
New York. 

Black J. S., professor music, ofBce 35i E. 
Washington, r. 219 E. North. 

BLACK JAMES B., reporter Su- 
preme Court, oSBce in State bld'g, 
bds. Palmer House. 

Black Jerry, (col'd) lab., r. Blake, S. of 
Indiana av. 

Black John H., Union express office, r. 
168 N. Winston. 

Black Lizzie Miss, servant, 217 S. 111- 



bds. California House. 

Black Richard A., law student, bds. 126 
E. Ohio. 

Black Susan Miss, servant, 217 S. Ill- 
inois. 

Black Thomas S, Union express ofSce, 
r. 168 N. Winston. 

Black William M., Janitor, Masonic Hall, 
r. 168 N. Winstcn. 

Blackburn George W., barber, r. 325 E. 
Washington. 

Blackburn Reuben, (col'd) lab., r. 113 
W. North. 

Blackman Joseph, wood yard, cor. Penn- 
sylvania and Maryland, r. 548 Vir- 
ginia av. 

Blackman Joseph, lab., 458 Virginia av. 

Blackmer H. J., with Case & Parker, r. 
GOO N. Illinois. 

Blackwell Thomas, works rolling mill, 
r. 129 Maple. 

Blaegh William, r. 80 Elm. 

Blaetner John, blacksmith, r. 284 E. 
Louisiana, 

Blaich Gottlieb P., lab., r. 296 N. Noble. 

Blain Thomas, machinist, bds. 175 W. 
New York. 

Blain Thomas S. sen., moulder Eagle Ma- 
chine Works, r. 175 W. New York. 

Blain William, machinist, bds. 175 W. 
New York. 

Blair James M., collar maker, r. 62 S. 
West. 

Blair Joseph M., adv. agent Masonic 
Home Advocate, bds. 49 Indiana av. 

Blair P. A. Mrs. (wid. F. M.) r. 49 In- 
diana av. cor. New York. 

Blair Solomon, Judge Court Common 
Pleas, r. 254 N. East. 

Blake Albert E., bus conductor Bates 
House, bds. same. 

Blake Augustus, works rolling mill, bds. 
15 Willard. 

Blake F. R., watchman starch factory, r. 
22J N. Noble. 

Blake Fred., bus driver. Bales House. 

Blake Harrison, works rolling mill, r. 
15 Willard. 

Blake John G.,clk. W. U. Telegraph Co., 
bds. 808 N. Tennessee. 



BLA 

BENHAM BRO'S, 

36 East Wastaington St., 

Pianos, Organs and Melodeons Tuned, 
Moved and Repaired. 



Blake J. R., elk P. 0., r. 87 W. North. 

BLAKE JOHN W., attorney at 
law, 45 E. Washington, r. 500 N. 
West. 

Blake J. W., hackman, r. 157 N. Missis- 
sippi. 

Blake James, r. 308 N. Tennessee. 

Blake Mathias, carpenter, r. 390 N. 
West. 

Blake Samuel, r. 308 N. Tennessee. 

Blake Walter A., r. 308 N. Tennessee. 

Blake William M., r. 327 N. Tennessee. 

Blakemore Jackson, (cold) lab., r. cor. 
Second and Lafayette R. R. 

Blalock Matlie, dress maker, r. 9 Massa- 
chusetts av. 

Blanch Antonia, barber, bds. 328 E. Mar- 
ket. 

Blanchard Henry, clergyman Unitarian 
church, r. 118 W. Vermont. 

Bland Cora Mrs., publisher of Ladies' 
Own Magazine, 83 E. Market, r. 171 
Ft. Wayne av. 

Bland George, engineer, r. 336J N. West. 

Bland George W., engineer Aldrich & 
Gay, r. 310 Indiana av. 

Blaud T. A. (Bland & Taylor) r. 171 Ft. 
Wayne av. 

Bland & Taylor, publishers North West- 
ern Farmer, 88 E. Market. 

Blank Anton, elk. C. Vonnegut, bds. 508 
E. Market. 

Blank August, machinist, bds. Califor- 
nia House. 

Blanker John, porter, Rink, bds. 23 
Kentucky av. 

Blankenship Louis S., lab., bds. 301 W. 
Maryland. 

Blass Henry, lab., 167 Union. 

Blattler Morris, lab., r. 22 John. 

Blatz Kathrine, groceries and toys, 440 
S. Illinois, r. same. 

Blauvelt Abram G., woodhauler, 31 Mud. 

Blauvelt Charles, lab., r. 53 Oriental. 

Blauvelt David C, elk., r. 271 W. Ver- 
mont. 

Blauvelt Henry, tailor, r. 237 N. Liberty. 

Blauvelt James, fireman, C. C. & I. C. R. 
R., r. 427 E. Vermont. 

Blauvelt James, cooper, r. 427 E. Ver- 
mont. 

Blaybel Charles, shipping elk., 397 S. 
Missouri. 

Blaymy Irwio, cairiagesmitb, Shaw, L. 
& Co., r. 85 W. Georgia. 



BLE 
H. H. LEE, 



Teas, Coffees, Sugars & Spices, 

No. 7 ODD FELLOWS HALL 

AND 
ACADEMY OF MUSIC CORNER. 

Bleich Gotlieb, butcher, 170 S. Illinois, 
bds. sftme. 

Bliebel Joseph, cabinet maker, r. 397 S. 
Missouri. 

Bliss, carpenter, r. 34G N. New Jersey. 

Blitner John, blacksmith, Eagle Machine 
Works. 

Block Henry, painter, bds. 171 N. David- 
son. 

Block William, lab., 354 Virginia av. 

Blodau J. H., elk. J. P. Meikel, r. same. 

Blodau John, foreman Philip Dohn, r. 31 
W. Market. 

Bloomer Isaac L. (Parker & B.) r. 155 
N. New Jersey. 

Bloomingstock John, lab., r. 599 N. Ten- 
nessee. 

Blue Chas. G., gas fitter, r. 365 N. East. 

Blue Cyrus, carpenter, r. 305 tf. East. 

Blue Gerard, Farmer, r. 498 N. Illinois. 

BLUME FRANCIS J., city con- 
tractor, r. over 308 E. Washing- 
ton. 

Bly Jacob, watchman, r. 77 N. Liberty. 

Bly John, lab., r. 308 S. Illinois. 

Bly John, teamster, r. 399 S. East. 

Bly Oliver H. P., r. 34 N. New Jersey. 



Blythe Samuel, dr 



, cngi: 



No. 



St. L. 



Blythe William M., engineer, I. 

R. R., r. 12 S. Mississippi. 
Boardman Omer T., night police, r. 141 

Union. 
Boaz Charles G., asst. local mail agent, 

bds. 321 S. Pennsylvania. 
Boaz E. (wid.) r. 34 W. North. 
Boaz Fred., lab., 0. C. & I. C. R. R. 
Boaz William, local mail agent Union 

Depot, r. 321 S. Pennsylvania. 
Bobbs Elizabeth Mrs., r. 195 N. Penn- 
sylvania. 
Bobbs J. S., physician and surgeon, 15 

E. Washington, r. E. emd Georgia. 
Bobst Penuel, lab., r. 310 Indiana av. 
Bode Anthony F., checkman, P. C. & St. 

L. freight depot, r. cor. South and 

Alabama. 
Bode William, lab., P. C. & St. L. freight 

depot, r. 209 S. Alabama. 
Bodenmiller Leonard, carriagesmith, r. 

70 St. Mary. 
Bodey Herman, baggage master, C. C. C. 

& I. R. R. 
Boecher Henry, meat market, 122 S. 

Meridian, r. same. 



1 BOi:^ 

Boedeker & Niemann, (H. B. & H. N.) 

carpenters and builders, 418 E. 

North. 
Boedeker Henry, (B. & Nieman) bds. 

cor. Michigan and Noble. 
Boehm John F., r. 398 N. West. 
Boek C. C. Henry, carpenter, r. 576 E. 

Washington. 
Boening William, lab., r. 168 S. Noble. 
Boerioh Emile, teacher in High School 

bds. 316 E. NewJYork. 
Boeruen Joseph S., carpenter, r. 414 N. 

Delaware. 
BOETTICHER JULIUS, publish- 
er Indiana Volksblatt, 164 E. Wash> 

ington, r. same. 
Boetticher Otto, printer, 164 E. Wash- 
ington, r. same. 
Bogardus William, carpenter, r. 170 Bu- 
chanan. 
Bogart Anton, cabinet maker, r. 132 E. 

St. Joseph. 
Bogart James, trunk manufacturer, 2 

N. Meridian, r. 490 N. Mississippi. 
Bogart Maggie, elk. Trade Palace, bda. 

490 N. Mississippi. 
Bogart W. J., trunk maker, bds. 490 N. 

Mississippi. 
Bogen Mary Mrs., r. 235 Daugherty. 
Bogert Caroline Mrs. (wid. Cornelius) 

r. 260 Patterson. 
Bogert Charles C, lab. Chandler & Tay-' 

lor, r. Minerva, nr. New York. 
BOGGESS H. H., justice of the 

peace, 96 E. Washington, r. 612 N. 

Illinois. 
BOHLEN D. A., architect, 19 Tal- 

bott & New's bl'k, r. 71 N. Noble. 
Bohn Charles, joiner Union Factory, r. 

295 E. Georgia. 
Bohn Gustavus, machinist Eagle Ma- 
chine Works, r. 326 S. Delaware. 
Bohn William, carpenter, r. 506 S. New 

Jersey. 
Bohnet Gotleib, blacksmith, bds. 68 S. 

Delaware. 
BOHRMAN PETER, prop'r Gem 

Billiard Sialoon,9 W. Washington, r. 

same. 
Boise A. R. Miss, teacher Indianapolis 

Young Ladies Institute, r. Chicago, 

Illinois. 
Bokern Joseph, watch maker, r. 121 

Spring. 
Bolden James, elk., r. 323 Virginia av. 
Bolen John, sawyer J. T. Presley, bds. 

272 W. Maryland. 
Bolen John, lab., r. 232 8. Missouri. 
Boleu Peter, painter, r. 282 N. Winston. 
Bolen Michael, lab., bds. Nagel House. 
Bolen Michael, works rolling mill, r. 45 

Henry. 
Bolen William, day policeman, r. 176 N. 

Mississippi. 



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BOW 



Bollinger James, (Dreher & B.) r. 119 
North Liberty. 

Bollman Charles, blacksmith, r. 479 E. 
Georgia. 

Bollmaa Fred., bakery and confection- 
ery, r. 107 E. Washington. 

Bollman Herman, grocer, r. 349 S. Penn- 
sylvania. 

Bolser Frank, painter, r. 458 S. Meridian. 

Bolser George, wagon maker, r. 471 S. 
Illinois. 

Bolser George, painter, r. 425 S. Meri- 
dian. 

Boltemiller John S., blacksmith, r. 134 
E. St. Mary. 

Boltemeyer William, lab., r. 339 E. Mc- 
Carty. 

Bolton Francis, elk., 13 W. Washington, 
bds. Ul S. New Jersey. 

Bomming A., coal hauler, r. 472 S. West. 

Bond A. V.,(BoQd & Smith) bds. 273 N. 
Tennessee. 

Bond Edward, carpenter, C, C, C. & I. 
R. R., r. 146 N. Winston. 

Bond Fred, lab., starch factory. 

Bond Joel, r. 441 N. Mississippi. 

Bond William, carpenter, r. 314 W. Mer- 
rill. 

Bond & Smith, ( A. B. Bond and J.'Smith) 
boot and shoemakers, 16J E. Wash- 
ington. 

Bone William, porter, r. 180 E. Vermont. 

Bonebarger David, carpenter, r. 287 In- 
diana av. 

Bonebarger J. E., r. 287 Indiana av. 

Bonner C. S., conductor C. & I. R. K., r. 
239 E. South. 

Boochter George, grocery and produce, 
52 California, r. same. 

Book John, lab., r. Coburn. 

Boone Daniel, (ool'd) teamster, r. 598 N. 
Mississippi. 

Boos William, baker, 264 E. Washington, 
r. same. 

Boring Ephraim, plasterer, r. 345 N. 
West. 

Borst Frederick, (Dietz & B.) r. Kansas, 
s. city limits. 

Bosart Timothy L, elk., 151 W. Wash- 
ington, bds. 12 S. Mississippi. 

BoasertJohn, bakery, 112 S. Meridian, 
r. same. 

Boslic Clara, (wid.) r. 8 M. Liberty. 

Boston Ferrotype Co., 33 W. Washington. 

Boston Jacob, works Osgood, Smith & 
Co., bds. 211 S. Illinois. 

Boswell J. K., patentee wardrobe and 
fruit dryer, 16 S. Pennsylvania, r. 
Richmond, Indiana. 

Boswell John, carpenter, r. 24 Wright. 

Boswell Joseph, bailiff, r. 177 Massa- 
chusetts av. 

Boswell William, turner, r. 521 Ma- 
ple. 

3 



BENHAM BRO'S. 

36 East Wasbington St-, 

KEEP 

THE VEORY BEST 

VIOLIN AND GUITAR STRINGS. 

Bothwell Henry, dealer in groceries, etc., 
530 N. Mississippi, r. 557 N. Mis- 
sissippi, 

Bott Mrs. (wid.) r. 308 N. Winston. 

Bott Gottleib, baker, r. 376 E. New York. 

Bouchet Sophia Mrs., cleaning and dy- 
ing, 42 Kentucky av., r. same. 

Bourgonne Stephen, cigar maker, r. 140 
Union. 

Bouvy Adrien, tinner, 308 Virginia av., 
r. 39 Forest av. 

Bouvy Henry, cooper, r. 260 N. Noble. 

Bowea Caroline, (wid.) r. 318 N. Win- 
ston. 

Bowen Cornelius, engineer, C, C. & I. 
C. R. R., r. 141 Meek. 

Bowen Curtis, fireman, C. C. & I. C. R. 
B., r. cor. Meek and Cady. 

Bowen Edward, lab., C. C. & I. C. R. R., 
r. 141 Meek. 

Bowen Frank, lab., r. Locke, opposite City 
Hospital. 

Bowen John F., huckster, r. 456, Indiana 

Bowen Mary Mrs., r. 77 N. Illinois. 

Bowen Oliver, painter, r. sw. cor. Sixth 
and Mississippi. 

Bowen Silas T. (B., Stewart & Go.) r. 82 
W. Vermont. 

BOWEN, STEWART & CO., (Si- 
las T. Bowen, Mrs. S. W. and Chas. 
G. Stewart,) wholesale and retail 
booksellers, stationers, and paper 
dealers, 18 W. Washington. 

Bowker Harrison, (B. & Co.) r. 227 S. 
New Jersey. 

Bowker Willis L., book keeper, r. 227 S. 
New Jersey. 

Bowker & Co. (Harrison Bowker, J. L. 
McFarland and C. A. McFarlandJ 
flour and feed, 146 Virgianji av. 

BOWLES THOMAS H., attorney 
and counselor at law, 60 E. Wash- 
ington, r. 493 N. Meridian. 

Bowler John F., elk., r. 9 Bates. 

Bowler William H., switchman, Cincin- 
nati yard, r. 9 Bates. 

Bowman Ernest, lab., P. C. & St L. 
freight depot. 

Bowman James, works Osgood, Smith & 
Co., bds. 211 S. Illinois. 

Bowman L. F. (B. & Wakefield). 

BOWMAN & WAKEFIELD, 
(L. F. B. & W. W.) great 25ct3 
store, 61 N. Illinois. 



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ARE AT 

No. 7 ODD FELLOWS HALL 

AND 

ACADEMY OF MUSIC CORNER. 

Bowser Levi, elk., r. 277 Virginia av. 

Bowser William, wagon maker, r. 103 S. 
EaBt, 

Boyd David, r. 127 S. Alabama. 

BOYD PRANK A., paints, oils, 
varnishes, etc., 22 S. Meridian, and 
10 W. Pearl, r 230 N. Tennessee. 

Bojd George W., elk., C. C. C. & I. R. 
R., r. 177, S. Alabama. 

Boyd James, lab., r. James, nr. First. 

Boyd James M., engineer, I. C. & L. R. 
R , r. 195 Harrison. 

BOYD J. T., physician and Sur- 
geon, 14i S. Pennsylvania, r. 117 
Massachusetts av. 

Boyd Richard M., wagon maker, r. 6 N. 
California. 

Boyd W. T., salesman. Trade Palace, 
bds. 230 N. Tennessee. 

Boyd William H., telegraph operator T. 
H. & I. R. R., bds. Spencer House. 

Dover Lawrence, works Jackson, Rider 
■ & Co. 

Boyle Mrs. Catharine, r. 101 S. New Jer- 
sey. 

Boyle James J. (A. Reed & Co.)' 276 W. 
Washington. 

Boyle Bernhard, lab., r. 151 High. 

Boyles Lyde, r. 101 S. New Jersey. 

Boyles M. W., real estate and insurance 
agent. No. 6 Odd Fellows' Hall, r. 
230 East Vermont. 

Boyles S.llie, bookbinder, Journal office, 
r. 101 S. New Jersey. 

Boynton John M., works Jackson, Rider 

BBAOKEBTJSH C. J., r. 220 N. 

Tennessee. 

Bracken Susie, (wid. James) r. nr. roll- 
ing mill, S. Mississippi. 

Brackensick F., cigar maker, bds. Illi- 
nois House. 

Brackenstone L., tinner, Munson & 
Johnston, bds. 17J Virginia av. 

Brackiu T. E., (Isgrigg & B.) r. 408 W. 
New York. 

Brackston Lewis, (col'd) Meridian 
Street Bath House. 

Brademeyer Charles, driver, McCord & 
Wheatley, r. Clinton, nr. East. 

Biademeyer Christian, lab., r. 279 N. 
Davidson. 

Brademeyer Henry, lab., r. 279 Davidson. 

Brademeyer John F., teamster, r. 315 E. 
New York. 



BRADEN J., dealer in agricultural 

implements, seeds, etc., 75 and 77 
W. Washington, r. 220 N.Tennessee. 

Braden William, (C.&Burford) r.473 N. 
Illinois. 

BRADEN & BUHPORD, (William 
Braden and William B. Burford) 
blank book manufacturers, and 
dealers in stationery, etc., 24 W. 
Washington. 

Bradenhof Richard, expressman, r. 213 
Virginia av. 

Bradford George, (col'd) lab, bds. 130 
Blackford. 

Bradford John, fireman, Sherman House. 

Bradford T. S., mail agent, P. C. & St. L. 
R. R. 

Bradley J. H., r. 143 N. Pennsylvania. 

Bradley Jeptha W., mill wright, r. 1S6 
N. Mississippi. 

Bradley Leland J., elk., 194 and 196 W. 
•Washington, r. 377 North Missis- 
sippi. 

Bradley William, lab., r. 46 Doughertv. 

Bradley Wilhelmina, (wid.) r. end Da- 
kota. 

Brado Joseph, elk., Jones & Hess, r. 25 
Fletcher av. 

Bradshaw Etta Miss, teacher, Sixth 
Ward School House, bds 290 S. Me- 
ridian. 

Bradshaw George, carpenter, r. 309 N. 
Winston. 

Bradshaw George N., miller, works 
jEtna Mills, bds. 366 W. Washing- 

Bradshaw John A., stock dealer, r. 26 
E. Vermont. 

Bradshaw James, r. 562 N. Pennsylva- 
nia. 

Bradshaw Mary Miss, teacher. Fourth 
Ward School, bds. 264 N. Tennessee. 

Bradshaw Margaret Mrs. (wid. William) 
r. 264 N. Tennessee. 

Bradshaw W. A., business agent, office 
14 New &Talbott's block, r. Western 

Bradshaw William, broom maker, r. 23 
W. St. Clair. 

Bradshort Isaac, piano maker, r. 174 Ste- 
venson. 

Bradtmiller Henry, miller,works Hoosier 
State Mills, bds. 366 W. Washington. 

Brady John, (col'd) cook 51 Douglass al. 

Brady John, works Street R. R. Co., r. 
128 S. Tennessee. 

Brady Michael, bricklayer, r.673 N. Illi- 
nois. 

Bragg Eliza, (wid.) r. 68 S. Noble. 

Brahm Otto, barber, r. 329 W. Market. 

Brake John, fireman C. C. & I. C. R. R., 
r. 424 E. Maryland. 

Bramberg — , (wid.) r. 306J E. Wash- 
ington. 



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Bramble Hamilton, bricklayer, r. 128 N. 
' East. 

Brame Auther, barber, r. 329 W. Market. 

Bramer William F., pattern maker, r. 324 
S. Delaware. 

BKAMWELL JOHN M., Grand 
Secretary F. & A. Masons, office Ma- 
sonic Hall, r. 68 S. Mississippi. 

Brmwell Zenas F., engineer, r. 98 Fletch- 
er av. 

Branan J ames, laborer, r. 487 Virginia av. 

Branan John, porter, r. 439 Virginia av. 

Branan John, cooper, r.3G2 W. New York. 

Branan John, lab. rolling mill, r. 356 S. 
Tennessee. 

Brand J. G. (B. & Kreis) r. 62 W. South. 

Brand & Kreis, (J. G. B. & S. K.) cider 
manufacturers, 198 E. Washington. 

Brandt August, machinest. Eagle Ma- 
chine Works. 

Brandt Henry, works glass works, r. 127 
St. Joseph. 

Brandt Hermann, draughtsman, 19 Tal- 
bott & New's blk., r. 194J E. Wash- 
ington. 

Brandt Hubbard, cook House of Lords, r. 
same. 

Brandt J. B., city missionary, r. 230 S. 
Alabama. 

Branham Edward, (Slahew & B.) r. 240 
N. Tennessee. 

Branham G. F., Assistant Superintendent 
Indianapolis & Vincennes R. R., cor. 
Virginia av. and Delaware, r. 210 E. 
South. 

Branham Jennings, railroader, r. 313 S. 
East. 

Brankamp Elizabeth, (wid. Henry) r. cor. 
Douglass and Vermont. 

Brannon William, lab., r. 204 Buchanan. 

Branson David A., salesman, bds. 94 N. 
East. 

Branyan Sarah Mrs. (wid. Andrew) r. 
278 S. Mississippi. 

Brathers Elizabeth, (wid.) r. 560 E. Wash- 
ington. 

Brattain John, express driver, r. 178 N. 
Missippi. 

Brattain W. J., produce dealer, r. 70 N. 
Delaware. 

Brattmeirs James, machinest, r. 31 Doug- 
lass. 

Bratton Henry I., letter carrier, r. 200 
Buchanan. 

Braun John, Cabinet Makers' Union, bds. 
65 S. East. 

Braxton Lewis J. (col'd) bds. Sixth nr. La- 
fay etteR.R. 

Bray John S., deputy assessor, r. 240 N. 
East. 

Bray Peler L, plasterer, r. 176 Massa- 
chusetts av. 

Bray William H., elk. Parrolt, Nickum & 
Co., bds. 249 N. East. 



BENHAM BRO'S, 

36 East Washington St., 
Pianos, Organs and Melodeons 

FOR 

CA.SH; OR, OIV TIBXE. 



Breckhill H. A., painter, r. cor. Illinois 

and Louisiana. 
Breedlove E. M. (J. M. Todd & Co.) r. 

360 N. West. 
Breedlove Thomas J. (John M. Todd & 

Co.) r. 35 Bright. 
Breedlove Sarah, iwid.)_r. 143 N. David- 

135 H74 8 

Breen James, raiTroaaer, r.-S89 W.Vin- 
ston. * 

Brees Isad,c, carpenter, r.436 E. St. Clair. 

Brenen Patrick, night-watchman Sher- 
man House, r. cor. Merrill and Mis- 
souri. 

Bremerman Benjamin, wagon maker, 
works at Indianapolis Agricultural 
Works. 

Bremerman Cass, (Lowe G. & Co.) r. 783 
N. Illinois. 

Bremerman Frederick, Superintendent of 
Agricultural Works, r. 295 N. Ala- 
bama. 

Brenker William, cooper, r. 343 N. New 
Jersey. 

Bronnan Daniel, hostler, bds. 26 W. Geor- 
gia. 

Brennan Daniel, porter Hume, Adams & 
Co., r. 27 Plum. 

Brennan Patrick, lab., r. Tinker nr. Ca- 
nal. 

Brennan Thomas, painter, Shaw, Lippen- 
cott & Conner, r. 204 Buchanan. 

Brennener AVilliam, patternmaker, r. 324 
S. Delaware. 

Brelny Eugene, carder woolen mill, bds. 
366 W. Washington. 

Brett M. L., r. 2 E. Michigan. 

Bretz Adam, grocery and produce dealer, 
44 W. Louisiana, r. 118 S. Dlinols. 

Breunig George, sr., elk., r. 205 Jackson. 

Breunig George A., tire insurance agent, 
r. 202 Jackson. 

Brewer Robert, moulder, bds. Ray House. 

Brewster Sarah J. (wid. John H.) bds. 
Spencer House. 

Brice Frank, printer. Journal office, bds. 
79 Massachusetts av. 

Brick Fred, teamster, r. Madison rd. 

Brickley John, lab., bds. 551 S. Meridian. 

Bricklcy Patrick, lab., r. 551 S. Meridian. 

Bridges C. W., salesman 42 S. Meridian, 
bds. 33 W. Maryland. 

Brierly W. H., moulder, bds. 190 S. Ten- 
nessee. 

Briggs , r. 127 W. First. 



BRI 3 

H. H. LEE 

mAKES A SPEOIALTTf OF 

Choice Green, Black & Japan Teas. 

Briggs Alford, r. 456 S. New Jersey. 

Briggs C. H., elk. Indianapolis & Vincen- 
nee R. R., cor. Virginia av. and Dela- 
ware, r. 93 S. Noble. 

BRIGGS & BBO. (E. W. & W. 
Briggs ) contractors and builders, 
98 Indiana av. 

Briggs W. W., freight conductor C. R. R., 
bds. 58 Benton. 

Brigham Cliltrles E., elk. W. & J. Braden. 

Bright Charles A. moulder, Eagle Ma- 
chine Works. 

Bright David L., teamster, r. 319 N. East. 

Bright George A., moulder, Eagle Machine 
Works, r. 118 S. Meridian. 

BRIGHT MICHAEL G., r. 292 N. 
Meridian. 

BRIGHT, R. J., proprietor Daily and 
Weekly Sentinel, Sentinel bldg., sw. 
cor. Circle and Meridian, r 172 N. 
Meridian. 

Brill John, carpenter, r. 473 S. Illinois. 

Brink T., teamster, starch factory. 

Brink William, tailor, r. 393 E. Michigan. 

Brinker August, dealer in groceries and 
provisions, 174 W. New York, r. 
same. 

Brinkler Henry, machines!. Eagle Ma- 
chine Works, r. 174 W. New York. 

Brinkman Charles, glass factory, r. 131 
N. New Jersy. 

Brinkman Frank, carpenter, r. 512 E. 
Ohio. 

Brinkman Fred, lab., r. 234 N. Davidson. 

Brinkman George, lab., r. 238 N. David- 
son. 

Brinkman Harry, carpenter, r. 647 E. 
Washington. 

Brinkman John, lab., r. 238 N. Davidson. 

Brinkman Joseph, lab., Bijnte & Dickson. 

Brinkmeyer Fred (Butch, Dickson & Co.), 
r. 234 N. Davidson. 

Brinkmeyer George (Butch, Dickson Co.), 
r. 238 N. Davidson. 

Brinkmeyer John C. (Butch, Dickson & 
Co.), r. 288 N. Liberty. 

Brison Dallis, r. 281 W. Merril. 

Brison Hugh, lab., r.281 W. Merril. 

Bristle Adam, tailor, 170 E. Washington. 

Bristol A. J., traveling agent, Browning 
& Sloan, bds. 59 W. Maryland. 

Bristnr Lizzie Mies, elk., R. Sedgwick's, 
r. 135 N. Delaware. 

Bristor Samuel M., carriage maker, r. 135 
N. Delaware. 



; BRO 

Bristor "William, carpenter, r. 426. E. 
South. 

Bristor William A., dealer in boots, 
shoes, etc., 75 E. Washington, bds. 
135 N. Delaware. 

BritThomas, r. 103 S. West. 

Britt Thomas J. (Carroll & B.) r. 86 S. 
Hlinois. 

Brittaiu H. J., letter carrier. 

Brittain John G. (col'd) barber, shop 181 
W. Washington, r. same. 

Brittingham Frank, bell boy. Bates House. 

Brittingham Mary S. Miss, saleslady. 
Trade Palace, bds. 16 S. Mississippi. 

Broadbelt James, traveling agent, r. 121 
N. Illinois. 

Broadhurst Isaac, pianomaker, r, 174 
Stevens. 

Brochert Frederick, coppersmith, r. 282 
E. Washington. 

Brock James, blacksmith, bds. 217 S. Illi- 
nois. 

Brock Robert, cabinetmaker, r. 352 Vir- 
ginia av. 

Brock Thomas, elk., 322 Virginia av., bds. 
3.52 Virginia av. 

Broden James, moulder, r. 271 E. New 
York. 

Broden John, moulder, works Chandler & 
Taylor's, bds. 2 Henry. 

Broden Mary Mrs., (wid. John) r. 142 
Indiana av. 

Broden Michael, printer, Sentinel Job 
Office, r. 269 E. New York. 

Broden Patrick, moulder, r. 2 Henry. 

Broderick John, machinest, C. C. & I. C. 
R. R., r. 421 E. Georgia. 

Broeking Richard, works Transfer Co., r. 
77 E. McCarty. 

Brommer Frederick, painter, r. 570 E. 
Washington. 

Bronson Andrew VV., r. 126 E. Ohio. 

Bronson E. A. (J. W. Lines & Co.) r. 94 
N. East. 

Bronson Mary, (wid. Ely M.) r. cor. 
Broadway and Butler. 

BRONSON & JONES, r A. W. Bron- 
son and B. F. Jones) manufacturers 
and whol. and retail dealers in boots 
and shoes, 17 West Washington. 

Brooker Thomas, dealer in grocerie, feed, 
etc., r. same. 

Brooks Bennet, carpenter, r. 178 Massa- 
chusetts av. 

Brooks George C, money order elk. P. 0., 
r. S. New Jersey nr. Merrill. 

Brooks Nancy Miss, weaver, works wool- 
en mill, bds. 416 W. Washington. 

Brooks Newton, works Jackson, Rider & 
Co. 

Brooksmith Henry, blacksmith, Eagle 
Machine Works, r. 122 Huron. 

Brooksmith Lewis, machinest, Eagle Ma- 
chine Works, bds. 122 Huron. 



BRO S 

Brower George, printer, r. 120 E. Michi- 
gan. 

Brower J. W., printer. Journal office. 

Brown , (ool'd) r. 370 N. Mississippi. 

Brown Albert, grocery and saloon, 387 S. 
Delaware, r. same. 

Brown Albert, baggage master, T. H. & 
I. R. R. 

Brown Austin, (col'd; lab., r. 350 VV. 
North. 

Brown August, porter, 74 S. Meridian, r. 
238 Union. 

Brown Austin H., with Woollen, Webb & 
Co., r. 290 S. Meridian. 

Brown Benjamin F. (Logan & B.) r. 294 
W. St. Clair. 

Brown C, telegraph operator, I. C. & L. 
shop, r. 106 Bates. 

Brown Christ, (col'd) lab., bds. 160 Doug- 
lass al. 

Brown E., sawyer, r. 243 E. South. 

Brown G. A., salesman, 75 S. Meridian, 
r. 172 E. South. 

Brown Eliia, r. 337 N. New Jersey. 

Brown Elizabeth, (wid.) r. Douglass nr. 
New York. 

Brown Elizabeth, (wid.) r. SSS N. Ala- 
bama. 

Brown D. D. Mrs., boarding house, 54 S. 
Pennsylvania. 

Brown D. R. ( Fortner, Floyd & Co.) r. 
NoblesTille, Ind. 

Brown Frank, fireman, Vineennes R. R., 
bds. 61 S. Noble. 

Brown Frank, cabinetmaker, r. 17 Ken- 
tucky av. 

BEOWN P. M., groceries and pro- 
visions, e9 W. Washington, r. 163 N. 
Illinois. 

Brown George, carpenter, r. 392 N. Ala- 
bama. 

Brown George, works Jackson, Rider & 
Co. 

Brown George H., tinner, Tutewiler Bro. 

Browning Gordon, elk. P. 0., bds. 29 W. 
Ohio. 

Brown Henry, lab., r. Nebraska bet. East. 

Brown Henry, (col'd) lab., r. African al. 
bet. 6th and 7th. 

Brown Henry P., elk., Hume, Adama & 
Co., bds. Pyle House. 

Brown Henry P., porter, I. L. Frankem, 
r. 253 N. Liberty. 

Brown J. J., grocer, 202 E. Washington, 
r. same. 

Brown Ignatius, attorney at law, 8 E. 
Washington, r. 243 E. South. 

Brown J. Burgess, passenger agent, Pan- 
handle R. R., r. cor. Cherry and 
Plum. 

Brown J. C, works rolling mill, bds. 576 
S. Illinois. 

Brown J. S. (col'd) domestic. Bates 
House. 



BRO 

BENHAM BRO'S, 

36 East Washington St., 
INDIANAP0l.t8 MANpFACmme CO.'S 

I* I A ]V o s , 

ELEGANT IN TONE AND FINISH, 

Durable in Construction. 



Brown J. H., druggist, Keifer & Vinton, 

r. 181 Massachusetts av. 
Brown Jacob, (cold) barber, r. 129 

Bright. 
Brown James D., paper hanger, r. 362 N. 

Alabama. 
Brown James J., carpenter, r. 274 Chest- 
nut. 
Brown James W., civil engineer, r. 115 N. 

Meridian. 
Brown Jerry, express driver, r. 349 N. 

Alabama. 
Brown John, works rolling mill, bds. 77 

W. McCarty. 
Brown John, bootmaker, 25 W. Washing- 
ton, r. 61 Indiana av. 
Brown John, shoemaker, r. 61 Indiana av. 
Brown John, cabinetmaker, bds. 65 S. 

East. 
Brown John, works rolling mill, p. 567 S. 

Illinois. 
Brown John G., grocery and produce 

dealer, 300 N. New Jersey, r. same. 
Brown John H. F., tinner, Tutewiler Bros., 

r. 366 N. Alabama. 
Brown John M , janitor, North Western 

Christian Univerlity, bds. same. 
Brown John W. (Goth, B. & Co.) r. 401 

N. New Jersey. 
Brown John W., sr., r. 302 N. New Jer- 
sey. 
Brown Joseph, bootmaker, bds. Little's 

Hotel. 
Brown Joseph H., cooper, r. 124 Meek. 
Brown Joseph M., elk., 18 W. Pearl, r. 19 

N. New Jersey. 
Brown Joseph L., Plasterer, r. 327 N. 

New Jersey. 
Brown Julia, (wid. Philip) r. 351 Massa- 
chusetts av. 
Brown Lizzie Miss, r room 6, 186J W. 

Washington. 
Brown Mrs. M. J., seamstress,' r. 46,} 

Massachusetts av. 
Brown M. J. Miss, seamstress, r. 46J 

Massachusetts av. 
Brown M. 0., elk. McGilliard & B., bds. 

280 N. Mississippi. 
Browning Mary Mrs. (*id. Wood) bds. 

300 S. Meridian. 
Brown Mary J. (wid) r. 124 N. East. 
Brown Michael, marble polisher, cor. 

First and James. 
Brown Nancy A., r. 30 W. Maryland. 
Brown Rev. 0., r. 208 N. Alabama. 



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THE CHINA TEA STORES 

ARE AMONG THE 

Attractions of Indianapolis. 

Call and See Them tefore leaving the City. 



Brown Patrick, Root's Foundry, r. 341 S. 

Delaware. 
Crown 11. H., assistant libraian, r. 30 W. 

Maryland. 
Brown R. T., professor, North Western 

Christian University, r. 7 Western av. 
Brown Samuel, elk., 251 N. lUinoig, r. 

366 W. Vermont. 
Brown Samuel, cook, r. 291 E. New York. 
Brown Susan Mrs. (wid. William J.) r. 

300 S. Meridian. 
Brown Thomas, traveling agent, bds. 1-5 

S. Mississippi. 
Brown Thomas, pressman, Sentinel Office, 

bds. 128 S. Illinois. 
Brown T. B., saloonkeeper, r. Wabash bet. 

New Jersey and East. 
Brown W. C, drug elk., r. 337 N. New 

. Jersey. 
Brown William, elk, P. C. & St. L. 

Freight Office, r. 352 N. Alabama. 
Brown William H., bill elk. express office, 

r. Madison rd. 
Brown William J., boss plasterer, cor. 

Ash and Christian av. 
Brown William J., treasurer Geo. A. Huff 

& Co.'s Circus, r. out city limits. 
Brown William P., lithographer, W. & J. 

Braden, r. 78 S. Delaware. 
Brown Willis, (col'd) lab., r. 172 W. 

Georgia. 
Brown Zecharia, (col'd) lab., bds. 154 

Huron. 
Browne T. M., United States Attorney's 

Office, P. 0. bldg., r. Winchester, 

Ind. 
Browning Edward, Register of Land Of- 
fice, P. 0. bldg., r. 109 Virginia av. 
Browning Frank, elk.. Browning & Sloan, 

bds. Depot Dining Hall. 
Browning Robert, (B. & Sloan) r. 172 N. 

Illinois. 
BROWNING & SLOAN, (Robert 

Browning and Geo. W. Sloan) whol. 

and retail druggists, 7 and 9 E. 

Washington. 
Brough George, butcher, r. 215 N. Wins- 

BROUGH JOHN W., Reporter Daily 

Sentinel, r. 333 S. Albama. 
BrOHse Andrew, carpenter, r. 130 E. New 

York. 
BROUSE C. W., Pension Agent, 87J 

E. Market, rooujs 10 and 11, r. 120 

E. New York. 



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Brouse David W., Township Assessor, r. 

130 E. New York. 
Brouse J. A. Rev., r. 92 E. Market. 
Broyles Rev. Moses, (col'd) pastor Afri- 
can Baptist Church, r. 297 Minerva. 
Brubaker H. W. Dr., elk.. Browning & 

Sloan, r. 43 Kentucky av. 
Bruce Robert, moulder, works Greenleaf 

& Co., r. 298 Chestnut. 
Brueggemann William, teicher, German 

Lutheran School, r. 67 N. Noble. 
Bruening Edward, (E. &. J. B.) r. 180 E. 

Washington. 
BRUENING E. & J., photographers, 

over 6 E. Washington. 
Bruening Frid, carpenter, r. 379 S. Dela- 
ware. 
Bruening Fredrick, drayman, r. 439 S. 

Meridian. 
Bruening Joseph, (E. & J. B.) r. 180 E. 

Washington. 
Bruin Nathan, lab., bds. Bright, 2d house 

from New York. 
BRUNDAGE EDWARD C, livery 

and feed stable, 223 E. Washington, 

r. 339 E. Market. 
Bruner Augustus, Street Commissioner, 

r. 402 N. New Jersey. 
Bruner Jacob, carpenter, r. 402 E. Michi- 
gan. 
Bruner Martha, (wid.) r. 26 West 

McCarty. 
BRUNNER JNO. .dealer in groceries 

and produce, 684 N. Mississippi, r. 

same. 
Brunnemer William, night police, r. 22 

Douglass. 
Bruman Patrick, porter, Sherman House. 
Bryan Albert H. Dr., office 122 S. Illinois, 

r. 420 N.Delaware. 
Bryan F. A., Capital Drug Store, cor. 

Massachusetts av. and Vermont, r. 

Bryan J. M., elk., r. 420 N. Delaware. 

BRYAN JAMES W., retail drug- 
gist, cor. Illinois and Louisiana, r. 
420 N. Delaware. 

Bryan Joseph, lab., r. 320 W. Washing- 
ton. 

Bryant John II., R. R. conductor, r. 138 
N. New Jersey. 

Bryant Mary, (col'd) r. cor. Michigan and 
Douglass al. 

Bryant R. T., elk.. Bee Hive Store, r. 420 
N. Delaware. 

Buchanan Andy, blacksmith, r. 314 E. 
Washington. 

Buchanan Catherine, (wid) r. 314 E. 
Washington. 

Buchanan George W., carpenter, r. 131 S. 
East. 

BUCHANAN JAMES M., Union 
Plow Manufacturer, 27 S. Eeast, r. 
314 E. Washington. 



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Buchanan John, papermaker, r. 299 S. 
Missouri. 

Buchanan John A., carpenter, r. 125 
Duncan. 

Buchanan Oliver, bricklayer, bds. 236 E. 
Market. 

Buchner Aug, gasfitter, bds. Globe House. 

Cuchhorn Christian, wagonmaker, r. 104 
South Noble. 

Buchhorn Fred., teamster, r. cor. Ver- 
, mont and Winston. 

Buck Charles, road master, I. & 0. J. R. 
R., r. 30 Biddle. 

Buck Christian C, carpenter, r. 166 E. 
Michigan. 

Buck John, lab., r. 246 N. East. 

Buckingham W. S., baggage master, C. C. 
C. & I. R. R. 

Buckler George, butcher, bds. 139 S. Illi- 
nois. 

Buckley Dennis, cooper, r. 67 California. 

Buckley John, switchman, I. C. & L. R. 
R., r. 32 Lord. 

Buckley Margret, washerwoman, r. 303 
Indiana av. 

Buckley Tim , lab., r. 5 Benton. 

Bucknell S. S., civil engineer, room 7 
/Etna bldg., bds. 283 N. Pennsylva- 
nia. 

Buckner John, (col'd) barber, works 193 
West Washington, bds. same. 

Bucksot George, helper, glass works, r. 
381 N. Illinois. 

Buo'nsot William, boarding and sale sta- 
ble, Pearl, rear of Palmer House, r. 
381 N. Illinois. 

Buckstahler Charles, elk., J. W. Bryans, 
r. 72 W. South. 

Buckstahler Martin, hotel runner, r. 342 
Virginia av. 

BUDD & HINSLEY, (Jno. R. Bud 
and A. J. Hinsley) poultry, butter, 
eggs, etc., 18 W. Pearl. 

Budd John R. (B. & Hinsley) r. 250 N. 
East. 

Buddenbaum H. C. (Prange & Co.) r. 396 
E. Ohio. 

Buddenbaum John A. (Krug & B.) r. 296 
E. Georgia. 

Budenz John,? elk.. Trade Palace, r. 266 
S. Pennsylvania. 

Budenz Henry, tailor, r. 266 S. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Budenz Louis, merchant tailor, Mozart 
Hall, r. 229 Union. 

Buehler John, works Cabinet Makei's 
Union, r. 22 Wyoming. 

Buehrig Henry, jr., r. 37 E. South. 

Buehrig Rebecca Mrs. (wid. Henry) Vaux 
HaU Garden, 37 E. South. 

Buehrig William, r. 37 E. South. 

BUELL C. H., proprietor and manu- 
facturer of Buell's Family Medicines, 
75 East Market, r. 269 E. Market. 



BENHAM BRO'S, 

3G E. Wasltington St., 



INDIANAPOLIS MANUFACTURING CO.'S 
FXJS^IS OS. 



Buell J. R., r. 15 Madison av. 

Buersdoerfer George, proprietor Gre.it 
Western Saloon, cor. Indiana av. and 
Illinois, r. 314 j:. Ohio. 

Buennagel Fred., baker, 191 N. Noble. 

Bugby Mrs. P. A. (wid. Lyman) r. 202 
N. Noble. 

Bugby Parker E., engineer, C. C. C. & I. 
R. W., r. 262 N. Noble. 

Bugg Samuel, (col'd) lab., r. 451 E. 
Georgia. 

Buhier John, brewer, Schmidt's Brewry, 
r. 22 Wyoming. 

BUILDERS' AND MANUFAC- 
TURERS' ASSOCIATION, 
225 N. Delaware; C.Eden, Pres't; 
James Hasson, Sec'y ; J. S. Avery, 
Treas. 

Buisking Henry, machinest, works Green- 
leaf & Co. 

Buist M. E. Mrs. (wid. Thomas) r. 60 N. 
California. 

Bulach John, superintendent of Mozait 
Hall, r. Wabash, bet. Market aid 
Ohio. 

Bulk F., lab., bds. 563 E. St. Clair. 

Bull George W., elk. Star Union Line Of- 
fice, 85 Virginia av. 

Bullard Emly, (wid. Charles) r. room 
Fatout's blk. 

Bujlard Kate, (wid. Talbot) r. 175 E. Ohio. 

Bullard W. R physician, 72 E. .Market, r. 
175 E. Ohio. 

Bullock James B (Anderson, B. & Scho- 
field) r. 417 N. Tennessee. 

Bulhman Charles, blacksmiih, r. 479 E. 
Georgia. 

Bumpas Sallie Miss, r. 172 Eddy. 

Bundy J. B., carpenter, r. 44 Massachu- 
setts av. 

Bunte John B. (B. & Dickson) r. 415 E. 
Washington. 

BUNTE & DICKSON, (John B. 
Bunte and Wm. B Dickson) lumber 
yard, black and white walnut, 
cherry, ash and staves, oiEce and 
yard, 387 E. Market. 

Burbank Water F., with G. W. Caldwell 
& Co., r. HI Coburu. 

Burbridge John, runner for Calfornia 
House, bds. same. 

Burch L. B., fish market, r. 227 Virginia 

Burdensall David, elk., r. 207 S. New 
Jersey. 



BUR 
H. H. LEE 

Makes a Specialty of 

CHOICE eOIiDEM- RIO, 

OLD GOVEKNMENT JAVA COFFEES. 



Burford Wm. B. (Braden & B.) bds. Pal- 
mer House. 

Burge A. J., baggagemaster, I. & V. R. R. 

Burgau Eliza Miss, servant, 334 W. 
Washington. 

Burger Barbara, (wid. John) r. 15 Arch. 

Burger Charles, lab., r. over 475 E. Mar- 
ket. 

Burgess C. C, dentist, 1 Odd Fellows 
Hall, second floor, r. 478 N. Penn- 
sylvania. 

Burges Cornelius N. (boarding house) 
98 N. East. 

Burgess 0. A., Professor of Bible Depart- 
ment N. W. C. University, bds. cor. 
Alabama and Michigan. 

Burk Amanda, (wid.) r. 94 N. East. 

Burk, Earnshaw & Co. (W. C. B., J. E. & 
J. Turner) furniture dealers, 67 W. 
Washington. 

Burk George, saloon keeper, r. 141 S. 
New Jersey. 

Burk George, (col'd) lab., r. Fifth, bet. 
Mississippi & L. R. R. 

Burk H. L., telegraph operator, bds. 204 
E. Ohio. 

Burk John, dealer in coal, 23 Virginia 
av., r. 254 N. Tennessee. 

Burk Lemuel, cattle drover, r, 165 E. St. 
Joseph. 

Burk Mary, (wid. Louis) r. 5 Vine. 

Burk Rankin H., coal dealer, r. 163 W. 
South. 

Burk S. M., carpenter, r. 5 Vine. 

Burk Thomas L., lab., r. 286 W. Market. 

Burk W. C. (B, Earnshaw & Co.) r. 235 
N. Mississippi. 

Burke Anna, (wid.) r. 454 E. Market. 

Burke Henry, stonemason, r. 344 S. Del- 
aware. 

Burke Walter, railroader C. C. & I. C. R. 
R., bds. 283 E. Georgia. 

Burkert C. M., baggagemaster P. C. & 
St. L. K. R. 

Burkert Ed. A., bookkeeper, Wm. Sim- 
mons & Co., r. 157 W. Maryland. 

Burkert E. J., assistant bookkeeper, 127 
S. Meridian, r. 170 E. Walnut. 

Burkert W. S, bookkeeper, 127 S. Meri- 
dian, r. 157 W. Marylan-i. 

BUEKHART GEO. P., ice dealer, 
cor. Mississippi and Michigan, r. 
same. 

Burkhart Eve, (wid. Valentine) r. 152 
Madison av.' 



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Burkhart John, chairmaker, r. 152 Madi- 
son av. 

Burkhart Susan, (wid. Andrew J. J.) ice 
dealer, r. 248 N. Mississippi. 

Burmand Henry, lab., r. 122 S. Noble. 

BURNAM S. .W., real estate agent 
and broker, 19 N. Illinois, r. W. 
Second, bet. Tennessee and Missis- 
• sippi. 

Burnd Daniel, carriagesmilh, Shaw L. & 
C, r. 348 S. Meridian. , 

BURNETT J. C, Deputy Auditor of 
State, r. 284 N. Tennessee. 

Burnett James, brickmason, r. 126 Meek. 

Burnett John J., bricklayer, r. 129 \V. 
Maryland. 

Burnham N. G. (B. & Tisdale) r. 38 W. 
Market. 

Burnham & Tisdale, (N. G. B. & T. P. T.) 
physicians and surgeons, 38 W. 
Market. 

Burns Christopher, peddler, r. 117 Oak. 

Burns Daniel V., attorney, 62 E. Wash- 
ington, r. 178 E. Walnut. 

Burns George, conductor J. M. & I. R. R., 
r. 313 S. Delaware. 

Burns F., elk., 62 E. Market, bds. 78 E. 
Market. 

Burns J. F., blacksmith, r. 347 S. Penn- 
sylvania. 

Burns James, engineer with Hill & Win- 
gate, r. 274 E. Louisiana. 

Burns James, beltmaker Mooney & Co., 
r. 13 Henry. 

Burns Jerry, lab., r. 28 Wyoming. 

Burns John B., engineer C. C. & I. C. R. 
R., r. 466 E. Georgia. 

Burns John, helper Bellefonlaine R. R. 
shops. 

Burns Mary Miss, milliner, 64 N. Illi- 
nois, r. 252 S. West. 

Burns Michael, lab. T. H. & I. R. R. De- 
pot, r. 252 S. West. 

Burns Owen, lab., r. 251 S. Tennessee. 

Burns Patrick, r. 1 Willard. 

Burns Patrick, lab., bds. 199 W. Mary- 
land. 

Burns Sarah, (wid. James) r. 81 N. Mis 
souri. 

Burns Thos. E., millwright, bds. 18 S. 
Pennsylvania. 

Burns William, lab., r. 259 S. West. 

Burns William, (col'd) Bates House. 

Burnside H. M., railroad man, r. 68 W. 
Michigan. 

Burnsworth Mary Mrs., (wid. George) r. 
22 Elm. 

Burnsworth Ziba,blacksmi(h, bds, 22 Elm. 

Burst Frederick, butcher, nr. Underbill's 
Mill, r. same. 

Burst George, tanner, r. Maple, coK 
Morris. 

Burt Alphonso S., traveling agent, r. 264 
E. Ohio. 



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Burt Harry L., telegraph operator, bds 
264 E. Ohio. 

Burt J. L., bd«. 555 N. Illinois. 

Burl Nellie Miss, bds. 139 W. Market. 

Burtch 0. B., salesman New York Store, 
bds. 158 N. New Jersey. 

Burton , r. 170 E. Walnut. 

Burton Daniel, cooper, shop cor. Agnes 
and New York.r. 427 W. New York. 

Burton G. H., cooper, r. 138 N. Missis- 
sippi. 

Burlou J. C. (J. C. B. & Co.) r. 445 N. 
New Jersey. 

BURTON JOHN C. & CO. (J. 0. 
Burton, W. A. Ptaff, and J. W. Pfaff) 
wholesale dealers in boots and shoes, 
114 S. Meridian. 

Burton Martin, manufacturer and dealer 
in trunks, valises, etc., 39 S. Illinois, 
r. 202 N. Illinois. 

Burr A. H., salesman Boston Store, bds. 
35 E. Market. 

Burris Luke, (col'd) porter, 277 Massa- 
chusetts av. r. 29 Charles. 

Burroughs G. W., cigarmaker, 11 N. 
Pennsylvania, bds. Union Hall. 

Burrows Asa W., elk. W. W. Northrop, 
r. Beachtree Cottage, nr. Deaf and 
Dumb Asylum. 

Burrows Geo. G., salesman J. A. Bald- 
win, bds. Pyle House. 

Burrows George VV., agent, r. E. Wash- 
ington, nr. Asylum. 

Burrows Thompson, (col'd) porter Trade 
Palace, r. 446 N. West. 

Burt William N., teacher Indiana Insti- 
tution for Deaf and Dumb. 

Busch Christian, boot and shoe manu- 
facturer, 248 W. Washington, r. 
same. 

Busch Jacob, saloon, 251 W. Washing- 
ton. 

Buscher Herman, switchman, r. 432 S. 
East. 

Buschmann William, (Goth, Brow & Co.) 
r. 469 N. New Jersey. 

Buschmer Fred., blacksmith, 547 Vir- 
ginia av., r. same. 

Buser A. M., salesman Rickard & Tal- 
bott, bds. 36 W. Maryland. 

Buser George, night police, r. 60 W. 
Market. 

Buser Jacob, r. 74 W. Louisiana. 

Buser John, policeman, bds. 74 W, Louisi- 
ana. 

Buser Samuel, night policeman 5th Ward, 
r. 163 W. Maryland. 

Bush Adam, carpenter, r. 342 S. Dela- 
ware. 

Bush David, lab., r. E. Benton. 

Bush Hannah, (wid. Jacob) r. 163 N. 
Davidson. 

Bush Jeremiah, railroader, r. 150 Meek. 

Bush Michael, railroader, bds. 150 Meek. 



BUT 



BENHAM BRO'S, 



36 East TVasblngton St., 



AGENTS FOB THE 



BURDETT ORGAIV. 



Busher Sophia, (wid. Henry) r. 270 S. 
Alabama. 

Bushkel William, soldier, r. 44 Mud. 

Buskirk John, woodworker, r. 133 S. 
Meridian. 

Bussell E. T. Dr., r. 239 N. New Jersey. 

Bussell Rue, printer, bds. 239 N. New 
Jersey. 

Bussell W. M., salesman Bowen, Stewart 
& Co., bds. 239 N. New Jersey. 

Bussey Harry, elk , National Hotel bil- 
liard rooms, bds. 19 Henry. 

BUSSEY JOHN, proprietor National 
Hotel s»loon and billiard rooms, 29 
and 31 W. McNabb, r. 19 Henry. 

BustSr Edward, machinist, r. 187 David- 
son. 

Butcher Henry, capitalist, r. 26 S. Ala- 
bama. 

Butler Charles C, printer, r. 107 N. 
Noble. 

Butler George, general passenger agent, 
I. C. & L. R. R., r. 243 W. New York. 

Butl(^r James 0., printer. Journal office, 
r. 107 N. Noble. 

Butler Oakley, bookkeeper, r. 287 N. 
East. 

Butler Ovid, president, Indianapolis 
Printing and Publishing House, r. 
Forest Home av. 

Butler Ovid D., r. 257 N. East. 

Butler Pallace, (col'd) porter 39 S. Illi- 
nois, r. n. city limits. 

Butler William, nurse, city hospital. 

BUTSCH, DICKSON & CO. (V. 
B., James D., James B. D., J. C. 
Brinkmeyer, George Brinkmeyer, 
Charles Kempker, Fred P. Rush and 
William Sims) Capital City Iron 
Works, office and warehouse, 96 and 
98 S. Meridian. 

BUTSCH, DICKSON & DELL, 
(V. B., J. D. and Wm. D.) dealers in 
coal, lime, cement, lath, plaster of 
parjs, hair, etc., 27 E. Georgia. 

Butsoh George M., saloon, 247 S. Dela- 
ware, r. same. 

Butsch John, salesman, Holweg & Reese, 
bds. 393 S. East. 

BUTSCH JOSEPH, ice dealer, r. 68 
W. South. 

Butsoh Valentine, (V. Butsch & Dick- 
son) r. 553 N. Meridian. 

Butterfield C. S., printer, Seolinel office, 
bds. 54 W. Market. 



BUT 4 

THE CHINA TEA STORES 

Have the NAME of being the 

MQST ATTRACTIVE STORES 114 THE WEST. 



No. 7 Odd Fellows 



til 



ACADEnv OF MUSIC COKNER. 



Butterfield Jeremiah A., agent, American 
and M. U. Express, r. 475 N. Penn 
sjlvania. 

Butterfield Newton, sewing machine ag't, 
r. 473 N. East. 

Butterfield S. A., physician, 366 N. East, 
r. same. 

Butterfield W. W., drugs and medicines, 
521 N. Illinois, r. same. 

Byers George W., salesman, 5 E. Wash- 
ington, bds. Circle Restaurant. 

Byomholt Carl, blacksmith, r. 30 Brad- 
fihaw. 

Byram Augusta Miss, teacher, city acad- 
emy, bds. 462 N. Meridian. 

Byram N. S. (Byram, Cornelius & Co.) 
r. 466 N. Meridian. 

BYRAM, CORNELIUS & CO. 
(N. S. Byram, E. G. Cornelius, Oliver 
Tousey) wholesale dry goods and no- 
tions, 104 S. Meridian. 

Byrkit Charles, tailor, r. 408 Virginia 
av. 

Byrkit D. Y., bookkeeper, M. Byrkit & 
Sons, bds. 82 S. Tennessee. 

Byrkit Edward M.(M. ;B. & Sons) r.118 
W. Georgia. 

Byrkit H., candymaker, 26 S. Meridian, 
r. 143 Fort Wayne av. 

Byrkit John W. (M., B. & Sons) r. 71 
Norwood. 

Byrkit Martin, (M., B. & Sons) r. 82 S. 
Tennessee. 

BYRKIT M. & SONS. (M. B., W. B. 
and E. M. B.) manufacturers sash, 
doors and blinds, cor. Tennessee and 
Georgia. 

Byron Will 0., printer, Journal office, 
bds. 79 Massachusetts av. 

By waters John, carpenter, bds. 199 W. 
Maryland. 

CABINET MAKERS' UNION, 
(John Herrman, pres't, Gustav Stark, 

seo'y,Valentine Schlotzhauer, Treas.) 

426 to 450 E. Market. 
Cady A. A. Mrs., r. 24 Circle. 
Cady David, r. 174 W. Ohio. 
Cady Elmah, (C. & Hendricks) r. 25 W. 

First. 
Cady & Hendricks, (E. C. & John H.) 

grocers and produce dealers, 523 N. 

Illinois. 
Caffey Emma Miss, r. 57 Douglas al. 
Caffey Jennie Miss, bds. 67 Douglas al. 



! CAL 

Caffey John, moulder, bds. 169 S. Ten- 
nessee. 

Cafifey John H., feed and sale stable, Wa- 
bash, bet. Pennsylvania and Dela- 
ware, bds. Pyle House. 

Gaffe Mary, laundrymaid, Sherman House. 

Cafifey Michael, lab., bds. 256 S. Tennes- 

Caholone Patrick, lab., r. 130 S. Noble. 

Cahill Alfred, blacksmith, cor. Plum and 
Massachusetts av. r. 114 Massachu- 
setts av. 

Cahill John, weaver, Merritt & Cough- 
lin, bds. 347 W. Washington. 

Cahill .John, janitor at postoffice, r. 72 E. 
Ohio. 

Cahill John S., r. 519 S. Illinois. 

Cahill Joseph, spinner, Geisendorff & Co., 
bds. 347 W. Washington. 

Cahill Mary Mrs. (wid. Hugh) r. 317 W. 
Washington. 

Gahoe Michael, lab , r. over 98 Railroad. 

Cain Eliza A. (wid.) r. 245 N. Illinois. 

Cain George W., bookbinder, bds. Neimaa 
House. 

Cain Hattie Miss, saleslady. Trade Pal- 
ace, bds. 245 N. Illinois. 

Cain Joseph, barkeeper, bds. 84 S. Mis- 
sissippi. 

Cain James, teamster, r. 304 Walnut. 

Cain Michael, barkeeper. Opera saloon, 
bds. 84 S. Mississippi. 

Calder J. C, elk.. New York Store, bds. 
Macy House. 

Caldwell Andrew, (G. W. C. & Co.) r. 817 
Madison av. 

Caldwell Andrew H., carpenter, r. Tinker, 
bet. Pennsylvania and Delaware. 

Caldwell Edward S., engineer, cotton 
mill, r. 338 N. Blake. 

CALDWELL & FRANCIS, (J. W. 
C. & W. F.) produce and commission 
merchants, 61 S. Illinois. 

Caldwell G. W. (G. W. C. & Co.) r. 253 
N. Illinois. 

CALDWELL G. W. & CO. (G. 
W. C. & Andrew C.) manufacturers 
of asrated bread, 14 and 16 E. 
South. 

CALDWELL H. W., dealer in flour, 
feed and groceries, 149 Indiana av., 
cor. Michigan, r. 180 W. Michigan. 

Caldwell J. B., elk., 4^ W. Washington, 
bds. Sherman House. 

Caldwell i. M. (Crossland, Hanna & Co.) 
r. 54 N. Mississippi. 

Caldwell J. W. (Caldwell & Francis) r. 
same. 

Caldwell Parker D., G. W. Caldwell & Co., 
r. 178 Madison av. 

Caldwell Thomas G., tailor, r. 292 E. Mich- 
igan. 

Caldwell Victor M.(G.W. Caldwell & Co.) 
r. 178 Madison av. 



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Caldwell W. W., general insurance agent, 

42 W.Washington. 
CALEDONIA PAPER MILL, 

Field, Locke & Co., proprietors, office, 
265 W. Washington. 

Call Uominic, peddler, r. 116 Oak. 

Call Hugh, peddler, r. 116 Oak. 

Callahan Daniel, lab., r. 423 W. Wash- 
ington. 

Calahan Daniel, w'ks Vater & King, bds. 
146 W. Maryland. 

Callahan James, carpenter, r. 58 Fayette. 

Callahan Jerry, machinist, bds. cor. Wal- 
nut and Missouri. 

Callahan John P., scroll sawyer, Indian- 
apolis piano manufactory, r. 167 E. 
South. 

Callahan , r. 16-5 E. South. 

Callahan Josephine, domestic, Bates 
House. 

Callahan Margaret Mrs. (wid) r. 119 W. 
Washington. 

Callahan Michael, lab. r. 36 Lord. 

Callahan Michael, cheokman, I. C. & L. 
R. R. r. 202 cor. Walnut and Mis- 
souri. 

Callan James, driver Fire Engine No. 2, 
r. 120 E. New York. 

Callinan David J. elk. r. 300 Massa- 
chusetts av. 

Calthoff Frederick, sr. lab. r. 83 Union. 

Calthoff Frederick, jr., lab. r. 83 Union. 

CALVERT CHARLES L. restau- 
rant and confectioner, 143 W. Wash- 
ington, r. same. 

Calvert Jane Mrs., weaver, Geisendorfif & 
Co., r. cor. Mississippi and New York. 

Calvert James, r. 375 N. West. 

Calvert John H. book agt. bds. 375 N. 
West. 

Calvert Redmond C, painter, bds 375 
N. West. 

Calvin ,fireman, Junction K. R. bds. 61 

S. Noble. 

Cameron William D. printer, 8 E. Pearl, 
bds. 278 N. Alabama. 

Cameron William S. steam job printer, 8 
E. Pearl, r. 278 N. Alabama. 

Campbell Andrew F. tailor, r. 334 W. 
AVashington. 

Campbell Charles C. r. 2 W. North. 

Campbell Daniel lab. bds. 16 Willard. 

Campbell F. C. sadler, bds. 220 E. Mar- 
ket. 

CAMPBELL GEORGE H. notary 
public, 3 Odd Fellows Hall, r. cor. 
North and Meridian. 

Campbell H. carpenter, r. 51 Wyoming. 

Campbell Harrison, (col'd) teamster, r. 
115 Ash. 

Campbell James, dealer in lightning rods, 
r. 323 E. Ohio. 

Campbell Jerry, carpenter, r. 51 Dough- 
erty. 



BENHAM BRO'S, 

3G East Washington St., 

sxxEBT nsusic, vioLxn-s, 

GUITARS, STRINGS, &c. 



Campbell John, harnessmaker, bds. 131 
S. Illinois. 

Campbell John, traveling agent, r. 361 
Massachusetts av. 

Campbell John A. tailor, bds. 334 W. 
Washington. 

Campbell John S. elk. P. 0. bds. Pyle 
House. 

Campbell John S. r. 128 N. Pennsylvania. 

Campbell John T. (C. & Green), r. 128 N. 
Pennsylvania. 

Campbell Maggie Miss, tailoress, bds. 134 
W. Washington. 

Campbell Maria, (col'd wid. Sanford,) r. 
115 Ash. 

Campbell Morris, works. Street R. R. Co. 
r. 16 Willard. 

Campbell Owen, bridgebuilder, r. Dun- 
lap, bet. New Jersey and S. East. 

CampbeU Richard C. sexton Third Pres- 
byterian Church, r. 34 Union. 

Campbell Robert, night policeman, r. 44 
Harrison. 

Campbell Stockton C. elk. for A. D. 
Streight, bds. 132 N. Alabama. 

Campbell S. L. bookbinder, Journal Office, 
bds. 246 N. Hlinois. 

Campbell Thomas S. bookbinder Sentinel 
Office, r. 246 N. Illinois. 

Campbell William, with McCord & Wheat- 
ley, r. 206 E. Ohio. 

Campbell William, works Rolling Mill, r 
295 S. Tennessee. 

Campbell Wm. W. teamster, r. 206 E 
Ohio. 

CAMPBELL & GREEN, fJ. T 
Campbell and Perry M.Green) drugs, 
medicines, paints, oils, etc., 149 W 
Washington. 

Canau John W. bds. Spencer House. 

Canan William S. elk. Spencer House. 

Canan Martin, lab. bds. 256 S. Tennessee, 

Cander John B. elk. A. G. Willard & Co, 

Canine Pedro, walker. Browning & Sloan, 
bds. 172 N. Illinois. 

Canner Mary Miss, second cook, Spencer 
House. 

Cannon LeGrand, elk. Peru R. R. office, 
r. 24 W. Washington. 

Canllon Thomas, drayman, r. 94 Fay- 
ette. 

Cantrill D. M., printer, Wright & Holman, 
r. 132 W. Vermont. 

Cantwell Michael, patternmaker, r. 132 
N. Winston. 



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H. H. LEE 

PURCHASES HIS 

Teas, Coffees, Sugars & Spices 

DIRECT FROM THE 

Importers and Refineries, 
HIS CUSTOMERS TWO OR THREE PROFITS. 



CAPITAL CITY VARNISH 
WORKS.cor. Mississippi and Ken- 
tucky av. Mears & Lilly, proprietors. 

CAPITAL TOBACCO WORKS, 

175 Cumberland, Thomas Madden, 

proprietor. 
Cardan John, porter, Spencer House. 
Carey Beverly Rev., (cold) r. 68 Oak. 
Carey H. G., (J. S. Carey & Co.) r. 284 

N. Meridian. 
Carey Elizabeth A. Mrs., (wid. Samuel) 

r. N. Tennessee, bet. Fifth and Sixth. 
Carey Jessen, dealer in staves, r. 187 N. 

Deleware. 
Carey J. S., (J. S. Gary & Co.) r. 191 N. 

Deleware. 
Carey J. S. & Co., (J. S. Carey and H. G. 

Carey) machine cooperage, terminus 

W. Georgia. 
Carey Patrick, lab., Sinker & Davis, r, 365 

S. Missouri. 
Cargett J., bricklayer, r. 369 N. Alabama 
Carl Michael, lab., r. 269 S. Missouri. 
Carletoa Andrew, lab., r. 47 Rose. 
Carleton G. T. elk. W. & J. Braden, bds 

174 E. New York. 
Carleton Philip J., elk. American and M. 

U. Express, Co., r. 174 E. New 

York. 
Carlisle A. M. Mrs., (wid. Daniel) r. 117 

N. Mississippi. 
Carlisle Frank, miller, bds. 260 W. Wash- 
ington. 
Carlisle H. T., printer, Journal Office, r. 

77 W. Ohio. 
Carlisle H. D., proprietor Home Mills, W. 

Maryland, r. 77 W. Ohio. 
Carlisle John, proprietor Carlisle Mills, 

Market and Canal, r. 260 W. Wash- 
ington. 
Carlisle Wm., elk. John Carlisle, bds. 260 

W. Washington. 
Carlon John, foreman press room, I. P. 

& P. House, r. 65 N. New Jersey. 
Carmichael Andrew M., r. 763 N. Missis- 
sippi. 
Carmichael Jesse D., (Todd, C. & Wil- 
liams) r. 456 N. Meridian. 
Carmichael John, (col'd) whitewasher, r. 

255 N. Liberty. 
Carnahan A. M., oik. C. C. C. & L R. R. 

r. nw. cor. Delaware and Michigan. 
Carney Squire, Black Smith Works, 

Greenleaf & Co. bds. 266 S. Ten- 



Carney Thomas, carriage smith, r. Cum- 
berland al. bet. Washington and 
Maryland. 

Carpenter B. 0. marble worker, 36 E. 
Market, r. 216 N. Blackford. 

Carpenter C. F., painter, bds. 88 S. Noble. 

Carpenter Ira, entry clerk, at Landers, 
Conduitt & Co., bds. Union Depot. 

Carpenter Hattie A. Miss, teacher Insti- 
tute for the Blind. 

Carpenter I. John, deputy marshal Union 
Depot. 

Carpenter, M. A. Mrs., (wid. David) r. 
133 N. Mississippi. 

Carr Charles, pianomaker, bds. 30J N. 
Pennsylvania. 

Carr Christian F., teamster, r. 37 Orien- 
tal. 

Carr Geo. W., machinist, r. 420 E. Mary- 
land. 

Carr James, expressman, r. 96 Oak. 

Carr Omer B., salesman, Carr & Alvey, 
bds. 490 N. Meridian. 

Carr Richard, street contractor, r. 14 
Water. 

Carr Roland 3., (Carr & Alvey) r. 490 
N. Meridian. 

CARR THOMAS, grocery and pijj- 
duce dealer, 276 S. Missouri, r. same. 

CARR & ALVEY, (R. S. Carr & 
J. H. Alvey) wholesale dealers in 
hats, caps, etc., 6 W. Louisiana, op- 
posite Union Depot. 

Carroll Adolph, clothier, r. 75 Kentucky 
av. 

Carroll James E., elk, John Simpson, r. 
67 W. Georgia. 

Carroll James E., carpenter, r. 213 N. 
Liberty. 

Carroll John, lab. T. H. & I. Depot. 

Carroll Michael, lab. T. H. & I. Depot, r. 
3G9 S, Missouri. 

Carroll William, lab. T. H. & I. Depot, 
bds. 391 S. Missouri. 

Carroll & Britt, (T. B. C, and T. J. B.) 
saloon and billiards, 132 S. Illinois. 

Carroll & Collier, (T. B. C, and J. C.) 
dealers in fruit dryers, 86 S. Illinois. 

Carson H. L., r. 37 Forest av. 

Carson Peter, lab., r. 199 W. Maryland. 

Carson L. A. Mrs,, r. 152 E. St. Clair. 

Carter Albert, (col'd) barbershop 63 S. 
Illinois, r. same. 

Carter B. M., carpenter, r. 540 N. Missis- 
sippi. 

Carter C. C, candy mannfactory, 59 N. 
Illinois, r. same. 

Carter Edward, (col'd, Hill and Carter) 
r. 780 N. (Tennessee. 

Carter Eliza, (col'd) chambermaid. City 
Hospital. 

CARTER GEORGE, attorney at 
law, 96 E. Washington, r. 544 N. 
Tennessee. 



CAR 4 

Carter G. H., saw mill, r. 167 N. Illinois. 
Carter George W., r. 169 N. Illinois. 
Carter Harlin, r. 23 N. West. 
Carter James F., sawyer, r. 254 N. Mis- 
sissippi. 
Carter John, (Carter J. & Co ) r. 490 N. 

Alabama. 
Carter J. B., miller, r. 199 S. New Jersey. 
Carter John E., watchmaker, 125 W. 

Washington, r. 213 W. Market. 
Carter John W., wheat weigher at White 

Rose mill, r. 299 S. New Jersey. 
CARTER JOHN & CO., real estate 

agents, nw. cor. Washington and 

Delaware. 
Carter Joshua, carpenter, r. 412 N. East. 
Carter L. S. Miss, teacher, Indianapolis 

Young Ladies' Institute, r. Elyria, 0. 
Carter Robert, lab. r. 67 Howard. 
Carter Robert, (col'd) lab., r. 310 N. 

East. 
Carter Sanford A., engineer J. M. & I. R. 

R., r. 81 Madison av. 
Carter Vinson, attorney at law, 74 E. 

AVashington, r. 21 E. St. Joseph. 
Carter AVilliam, (col'd) barber, Hill and 

Carter. 
Carter William E., saloon 87 S. Illinois, 

Carty Charles C, r. 560 N. Illinois. 
Carrin James M.', physician, r. 438 S. 

Meridian. 
Case David B., w'ks rolling mill, bds. 217 

S. Illinois. 
Case David H., engineer, r. 338 E. Ohio. 
Case Ella Miss, instructress Grover & 

Baker Sewing Machine Co., bds. 251 

N. Mississippi. 
Case E. E., (C. and Parker), r. 94 N. Mis- 
sissippi. 
Case Harvy, lab,, r. ne. cor. Ohio and 

Noble. 
Case H. G., book keeper, Little's Hotel, r. 

same. 
Case John B., engineer F. P. Rush, r. 338 

E. Ohio. 
Case John L., engineer C. C. & L C. R. R., 

r. 128 Bates. 
Case Lyman, traveling salesman, r. 251 

N. .Mississippi. 
CASE & PARKER, (E. E. Case and 

J. F. Parker), dealers in agricultural 

implements, iron, etc., 84 W. Wash- 
ington. 
Casey James, wheelmaker, w'ks Osgood, 

Smith & Co., bds. 38 S. Tennessee. 
Casey Jeiry, lab., w'ks gas house, bds. 

217 S. Illinois. 
Casey Johanna Miss, w'ks Globe House. 
Casey John, lab, w'ks paper mill, r. 438 

S. West. 
Casey Michael, harnessmaker, r. Sinker. 
Casey Patrick, lab., r. 107 Hosbrook. 
Casey Patrick, lab., r. 432 E Georgia. 



CAT 

BENHAM BRO'S, 

36 East Wasltineton St., 

PIANOS, ORGANS, MUSIC. 

Best Goods! Lowest Prices! 



Casey Patrick, lab., r. 354 S. West. 
Casey Patrick, blower, gas works. 
Casey Patrick, lab., bds. 69 Ann. 
Casey Patrick, w'ks rolling mill, bds. 300 

S Tennessee. 
Casey Patrick, lab., works T. H. & I. 

Depot. 
Casey Thomas A., lab., r. 253 N. West. 
Cassey Catherine, (wid.) r. 19 Chadwick. 
Cassibum Casper, lab., r. 592 E. St. Clair. 
Cassidy Joseph, bricklayer, r. 362 E. New 

York. 

House, r. 91 

Cassion Michael, lab., r. 63 Wyoming. 

Cassman Michael, lab., r. 19 Hosbrook. 

Casteel Charles, w'ks Osgood, Smith & 
Co., r. 69 E. McCarty. 

Casteel Hamen, cigarmaker, r. 252 S. 
Mississippi. 

Castello William G., confectioner, r. cor. 
East and Cherry. 

Castello Elizabeth, confectioner, 105 Mas- 
sachusetts av, r. 31 Cherry. 

Castello John, boilermaker, r. 114 .Meek. 

Castello John J., machinist, w'ks Sinker 
■ & Davis, r. 276 W. Maryland. 

Castelters H. D., (Sailors & Co.) bds. De- 
pot Dining Hall. 

Castelton Hiram D., elk. Stewart & Mor- 
gans, bds. U. Depot diniqg hall. 

Castle Hamen, cigar maker, r. 253 S. 
Mississippi. 

Castor E. A., carpenter, r. N. Peru. 

Caswell E., pimo tuner, bds. Spencer 
House. 

Cathcart Andrew, r. 258 S, New Jersey. 

Cathcart Robert W., elk. r. 258 S. New 
Jersey. 

Catherwood J., (Gapen & Catherwood) 
bds. Bates House. 

CATLIN M. J. MRS., milliner and 
millinery goods, 46 W. Washington, 
r. 44 N. Mississippi. 

Catlin Wallace, r. 44 W. Mississippi. 

Catterson Abel E., policeman, r. 276 E. 
South. 

Catterson Elizabeth Mrs., (wid Robert 
W.) r. 57 Maple. 

Catter.xon Horace, elk. W. D. Wyatt, r. 
276 E. South. 

Catterson Robert, mail agent, bds. 80 S. 
Mississippi. 

Catterson William T., works Osgood, 
Smith & Co., r. 57 Maple. 



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THE CHINA TEA STORES 

AKE LOCATED AT 

No. 7 ODD FELLOWS HALL 

ACADEMY OF MUSIC COKNEU. 

SAME GOODS.SAMEPRICES atBOTH 



Cavanaugh Edward, lab., 



. Teu- 



Cavanaugh Michael, lab., r. 502 E. Geor- 
gia. 
Cayle James, moulder, works Greenleaf 

& Co. 
Cajlor Allen, (C. & Wheatley) r. 183 

Indiana av. 
Cajlor Frank, with Wm. Spootts, r. 136 

N. Noble. 
Caylor Henry, works cement pipe works, 

r. 227 N. West. 
Caylor Otho, expressman, r.272 Railroad. 
Caylor Susan, (wid Jacob) r. 336 N. 

West. 
Caylor & Co. (Allen Caylor and Martin 

Wheatley) flour and feed, 185 Indi- 

Chadwick John, lab., r. 281 Indiana av. 

Chadwick Mary J. Miss, operator Weed 

Sewing machine, r. 144 Stevens 

Chamberlin William D. Rev., r. 336 W. 

Chambers Andrew, (col'd) barber. Hill & 
Carter. 

Chambers Charles, baggagemaster, J. M. 
& I. R. R. 

Chambers Mathew, bds. 35 W. Georgia. 

Chambers William, (cold) barber, Hill& 
Carter. 

Champee Joseph, salesman, r. 130 N. 
Illinois. 

Champion William, pressman Sentinel 
Office, r. 351 S. Meridian. 

Chandler George R., printer, r. 119 Indi- 
ana av. 

Chandler H. C, (H. C. & Co.) r. 278 
W. Vermont. 

CHANDLER H. C. & CO., {H. C. 
Chandler and George MerrUt) en- 
gravers & printers, se. cor. Pearl 
and Meridian. 

Chandler Thomas E., (Chandler & Tay- 
lor) r. 34 N. California. 

Chandler William, (C. & Co.,) r. 278 W. 
Vermont. 

Chandler William G., pattern maker, r. 
278 W. Vermont. 

CHANDLER & CO., (Wm. Chand- 
ler & ) wholesale paper house, 

24 S. Meridian Street. 

Chandler & Taylor, (T. E. C. & F. T.) 
machinist andiron founders, 370 W. 
Washington. 



Chapman David C, (Osgood & C.) r. 33 

Ellsworth street. 
Chapman George H., judge criminal 

court, r. 617 N. Meridian. 
Chapman G. Vail, elk. Bates House. 
Chapman Mrs. C, dress making, r. 164 

N. Delaware. 
Chapman Thomas S., carpenter, r. 75 

James. 
Charles Caroline (col'd, wid) r. 141 

Bright. 
Charles Fletcher, carriage painter, r. 224 

N. Missouri. 
Charles Thomas, hack driver, r. 109 S. 

Noble. 
Charier William, works rolling mill, bds. 

300 S. Tennessee. 
Charter William, lab. rolling mill, r. 21 

Rose. 
Chase A. Sidney, pianofort maker, r. 304 

E. New York. 
Chase Arther, with E. B. Martindale, 

bds. 209 N. Pennsylvania. 
Chase Benj. V., bookkeeper, bds. ne. cor. 

Liberty and New York. 
Chase Mary A., (wid) r. 304 E. New 

York. 
Chasteen Charles, cooper, r. cor. Missouri 

and New York. 
Chasteen Harry W., cooper, r. New York 

third door from Minerva. 
Chasteen Jesse V., lab., r. New York bet. 

Blake and Minerva. 
CHATTERTON HENRY R., 

foreman job room Sentinel Office. 
Cheatham Washington, (col'd) brick ma- 
son, r. 553 N. Mississippi. 
Cheek Evans, engineer I. C. & L. R. R., 

r. 165 Bates. 
Cheek John W., brakeman I. C. & L. R. 

R., r. 198 Bates. 
Cheeney W. G., printer Journal office, r. 

14 E. Michigan. 
Cheneth Annie Miss, bds. 172 Eddy. 
Chenscher Frank, lab. P. C. & St. L. Ft. 

Depot. 
Cherry Andrew, fireman No. 2 engine, 

bds. 130 E. New York. 
Cherry J. L., messenger U. S. Ex. Co., 

bds. National Hotel. 
Chesnichee Thomas, lab., r. 47 Wyomiag. 
Chetterter W. G., moulder, r. 465 S. New 

Jersey. 
Chibnall Charles, cigarmaker, 35 W. 

Washington, bds. 113 E. Washington. 
Child M. Jr., (J.S. Dunlap & Co.) r. 79 

Massachusetts av. 
Childers J. R , agent life and fire insur- 
ance, room 4 Blackford's blk., r. 60 

Fletcher av. 
Childers Joshua, lab., r. 70 Virginia 

av. 
Childers Eliza J., (wid John P.) r. 235 
S. Noble. 



CHI 

Cbill Thomas, carpenter, r. 302 Chesnut. 

Chill William, lab., bJs. 302 Chesnut. 

CHINA TEA STORE, H. H. Lee, 
proprietor, Academy of Music and 
No. 7 Odd Fellows Hall. 

Chipman L., r. 384 N. Illinois. 

Chisolm R. (col'd) lab.,r. 350 W. North. 

Chister Albert A., stair builder, r. 275 N. 
Winston. 

Chitty S. C, salesman, 46 N. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Chiralier Alphonso, house and sign pain- 
ter, 23 S. East, r. same. 

Chiver E. B., shoemaker, 63 Indiana av., 
r. 123 N. Tennessee. 

Chiver J. A. shoemaker, 63 ludianti av., 
bds. 123 N. Tennessee. 

Choletle Louisa H., r. 28 N. Missis- 

nanufacturer, 
138 S. Meridian, r. same. 

Christ Nancy Mrs., (wid William) r. 59 
E. McCarty. 

Christiansen David, bricklayer, r. 103 
(losbrook. 

CHRISTIAN WILMER F. (Sho- 
ver & Christian) r. 146 E. Ver- 
mont- 
Christy Albert, saloon, 26 W. Louisiana, 
r. 13 E. South. 

Christy Israel, lab. r. 29 Harrison. 

Christy John, porter, Surgical Institute, 
r. same 

Christy Levi, (col'd) r. 255 N. Liberty. 

Christy William, porter, Speigel, Thorns 
& Co., r. 344 N. Blake. 

Church Benj. F., pressman, Oil Mill, r. 
84 S. Liberty. 

Church Fannie Mrs. (wid Richard) r. 
121 N. West. 

Church Henry E., route agent. Daily 
Journal, r. 121 N. West. 

Church Joseph H., works American Saw 
Works, r. 164 N. Blake. 

Church Richard H., works American Saw 
Works, bds. 225 E. Market, 

Churchers Michael, lab., r. 130 Meek. 

CHURCHMAN F. M., (H. A, 
Fletcher & Co.,) r. 130 N. Alabama. 

CHURCHMAN WM. H. Superin- 
tendent, Institute for the Blind. 

Citer Cass, cooper, r. 183 Madison av. 

Citizens National Bank, 11 and 13 E. 
Washington, bet. Meridian and Penn- 
sylvania. 

City Assessor's office, Cottrell & Knight's 
bidg. E. Washington, William Had- 
ley assessor. 

City Cemetry, J. M. Hedges, sexton, en- 
trance, ws. Kentucky av. bet. Louisi- 
ana and River. 

City Clerk's office, Cottrell & Knight's 
bldg. E. Washington, D. M. Rans- 
dell, clerk. 



47 CLA 

BENHAM BRO'S, 

36 East TVasIiing^ton St., 

STATE AQENTS 



INDIANAPOLIS MANUFACTURING CO.' 
PIANOS. 



CITY COUNCIL ROOMS, Cot- 
trell & Knight's bldg. E. Washing- 
ton. 

City Engineer's office, Cottrell & Knight's 
bldg. E. Washington, H. M. Patter- 
son, engineer. 

CITY HOSPITAL, terminus Indi- 
ana av. cor. Margaret and Lock. 

City Library, room 5, Martindalea blk. 
N. Pennsylvahia. 

CITY OFFICES, Cottrell Knight's 
bldg. E. Washington. 

City Treasurer's office, Cottrell & Knight's 
bldg. E. Washington, R. S. Foster, 
treasurer. 

Claffey Conrad, drayman, r. 69 N. Noble. 

Claffey Christian, drayman, 328 N. No- 
ble. 

Claffey Fred, mechanic, r. 38 Dougherty. 

Clatfey Wm. porter, John Woodbridge, 
bds. 69 Huron. 

Claflin C. C, (Treat & C.) r. 489 N. Meri- 
dian. 

CLAFLIN DAVID B. photographer, 
32^ E. Washington, r. 27 W. Ohio. 

CLAR£ A. E. general ticket agent, 
L C. & L. R. R., r. Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Clark Absalom, r. 19 S. West. 

Clark Bessie Miss, r. 186J W. Washing- 
ton. 

Clark D. L, operator, Boston Ferrotype 
Co. 33 W. Washington, r. 196 E. 
Washington. 

Clark George, elk. 43 and 45 N. Ten- 
nessee. 

Clark Hampton, r. 266 Indiana av. 

Clark Henry, lab. works Greenleaf & Co., 
r. cor. McCarty and Tennessee. 

Clark Hugh, carriage maker, r. 312 W. 
Washihgton. 

Clark Levy, produce dealer, r. 133 S. 
New Jersey. 

Clark J. F., elk. C. C. C. & L R. R. bds. 
Pyle House. 

Clark John, lab., r. 525 S. Meridian. 

Clark John, miller, r. 222 W. Ohio. 

Clark John T., horse shoeing shop, 27 N. 
Tennessee, r. 370 S. Illinois. 

Clark Maria Mrs. (wid. James B.) r. 177 
W. Vermont. 

Clark Milton L., works Rolling Mill, r. 
310 S. Illinois. 

Clark Olive Miss, servant, 44 N. Mis- 
sissippi. 

Clark Patrick, lab. bds. 256 S. Tennessee. 



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H. H. LEE'S 

WHOLESALE PRICES FOE 

TEAS, COFFEES & SUGARS, 

AKE THE SAME EACH BAY 

As are quoted in the 
CINCINNATI DAILY PAPKRS. 

Clark Patrick, moulder, Eagle Machine 
Works, r. 262 S. Tennessee. 

Clark Reuben 0., carpenter, r. 176 W. 
Michigan. 

Clark Richard A., (col'd) lab., r. 183 
Douglas al. 

Clark Thomas, machinist, r. 80 Fay- 
ette. 

Clark Thomag, works Novelty Works. 

Clark Thomas F., traveler, Fairbanks 
Scales, 43 and 45 N. Tennessee. 

Clark Wm. H., merchant tailor, 58 N. 
Illinois, r. ISO W. Ohio. 

Clark William, railroad agent, r. Lock- 
erbie. 

Clark Wilson, lab., r. 276 E. North. 

Clark Jasper, drayman, r. 63 E. iMcCarty. 

Clarey Patrick, porter. Palmer House, r. 
104 Douglass. 

Clary Jasper, drayman, 63 E. McCarty. 

CLAWSON JOHN C, proprietor, 
Western House. 

Clay Benjamin, (col'd) lab. 126 N. Cali- 
fornia 

Clay Henry, (col'd) lab. r. African al. 
bet. Sixth and Seventh. 

Clay Hillary, secretary, Gatling Gun 
Co., r. 240 N. Meridian. 

Clayton C. J., carpenter, r. 278 S. East. 

Clayton L. W., agent for Deloss Root, r. 
131 E. New York. 

Clear Jerry, lab., r. 241 S. Tennessee. 

Clearwater C. H., express messenger, r. 
Dunlap, nr. Michigan rd. 

Cleary Daniel, lab., r. 23 Hahn. 

Cleary James, works. Rolling Mill, r. 127 
Maple. 

Cleary John W., machinist, works Green- 
leaf & Co. bds. 458 E. Georgia. 

Cleaver Jefferson, bricklayer, r. 318 E. 
New York. 

CLEM AAEON", grocer and pro- 
duce dealer, cor. Delaware and Mass- 
chusette av., r. 173 Massachusetts av. 

Clem Frank, grocer, r. 266 N. Alabama. 

Clem Wm. F., bookkeeper, A. Clem, r 
266 N. Alabama. 

Clemens Levi, lab., r. 245 W. South. 

Clements A. R., enginper C. C. C. & I. R. 
R., r. 138 N. Davidson. 

Cletch Frederick, dyer at Geisendorffs 
woolen mills, bds. 408 W. Washing- 
ton. 

Cleveland John B. (John S. Spann & Co.) 
r. Christian av., nr. Plum. 



Clifford Ellis, student, bds. 268 E. St. 

Clair. 

Cline Peter, planer, r. 116 S. East. 
Clinton James, (col'd) porter C. C. C. & 

I. R. R. office, r. 228 N. Noble. 
Clinton John R., deputy city clerk, r. 284 

N. New Jersey. 
Close Eliza, (col'd, wid. John) washer- 
woman, r. 175 W. Washington. 
Close W. H. (W. H. C. & Co.) r. 213 N. 

Pennsylvania. 
Close W. H. & Co., proprietors Boston 

Store, 10 E. Washington. 
Closkey David, cigarmaker, r. 296 S. 

East. 
Cloud Caroline Mrs., (wid. James) r. 310 

W. Washington. 
Cluck William, well digger, r. 314 W. 

MerriU. 
Clune Mary Mrs., (wid. John) mattress- 
maker, r. 3 72 S. Tennessee. 
Clune Michael, mattress manufacturer, r. 

474 S. Meridian. 
Cooney Thomas, lab., r. 23 Douglass. 
Cobb Edward, (Hay & Co.) r. 369 W. 

Vermont. 
Cobb S. H , treasurer Indianapolis & 

Vincennes R. R., cor. Virginia av. 

and Delaware, bds. Depot Dining 

Hall. 
Coble Daniel, teamster, r. 99 Hosbrook. 
Coble David, (D. & G. Coble) r. 48 Fay- 
ette. 
Coble George, traveling agent, r. 353 N 

Noble. 
Coble George, (D. & G. C.) r. 386 N. 

Mississippi. 
Coble D. & G., groceries and provisions, 

152 W. Washington. 
Cobleigh Henry M., works Jackson, 

Rider & Co. 
Coburn Henry, (Coburn & Jones) r. 125 

E. New York. 
Coburn John, works Coburn & Jones, 

bds. 75 Oak. 
Coburn John, Member of Congress, r. 

121 N. Delaware. 
Coburn Mary A. (wiJ. Augustus) r. 75 

Oak. 
Coburn Samuel, machinist, r. 716 W. 

Maryland. 
Coburn & Jones, (Henry C. W. & H. J.) 

dealers in lumber, laths, shingles, 

etc., cor. Mississippi and Georgia. 
Cochran Jesse H., bookkeeper White 

Rose Mill, bds. 322 W. New York. 
Cochran Louisa Mrs. (col'd wid. Rob- 
ert) r. 298 E, Michigan. 
Cochran Michael, glassblower, bds. 231 

W. South. 
Cochran S. W., carpenter, r. 424 N. 

Mississippi. 
Cochran William A., carpenter, r. 420 S. 

Illinois. 



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Coddinglon James, plaslerer, r. 601 N. ; 

Illinois. j 

Coe Jiicob brewerman. v. '2o'J W. Mary- ; 

land. I 

Coe John, salesman New York Store, bds. I 

2-J8 E. Market. ] 

Coe Willie A. (col'd) scrvent, 207 W. | 

Vermont. j 

Coen Haltie Miss, dressmaker, bds. 16'.l 

S. Tennessee. ! 

Coen John, boarding house, 169 S. Ten- 1 

nessee. 
Coeu Mary Miss, hairdresser, bds. 169 S. 



BENHAM BRO'S, 

3G East TVasUing-ton St., 

ruBLisnEEs or 

BENHAM'S MUSICAL REVIEW, 

MONTHLY, $1.00 PER ANNUM. 

1 E. Wash- 



Cole Albert M., engineer, i 

ington. 
COLE BARTON W., Secretary N. 
W. C. University, bds. 171 Jackson. 
Cole Burnam, stock dealer, r. Western 
Coen Susan Miss, bds. 169 S. Tennes- j av., nr. Butle 



Cotfield Elias, engineer, bds. 52 Fletcl 



CoBield John, engi 

r. 29 Pine. 
Coffield Lucy, (fwid. 

Fletcher av. 
Coffins Abraham, lab 



Arthurl 



son. 
Coffin B. (Wheat, Fletcher & C 

N. Pennsylvania. 
Coffin C. E., bookkeeper L. R. Martin 

bds. Pyle House. 
Coffin Caroline, (wid.) r. 262 N. East. 
Coffin D. W. (Wiles Bros. & Co.) r, 

Pennsylvania. 
Coffin Ella P. Aliss, teacher Fourth Ward 

school, bds. 262 N. East. 
Coffin J. v., traveling agent Wiles Bro. 

& Co., bds. Sherman House. 
Coffin Katie Miss, teacher City .Academy, 

bds. 410 X. Pennsylvania. 
Coffin R. M., elk. R. "R. Parker's, bds. 

cor. College and Christian av. 
Coffman Mrs., millinery, 290 E. 

Washington, r. same. 
Coffman C. W., traveler Viunedge, Joues 

& Co., bds. 10 E Michigan. 
Coffman John H., auctioneer, r. 290 E. 

Washington. 
Coffman Henry, saddler, re.s. 6u N. 

Liberty. 
Cogan James R., M. D., r. 460 Virginia 



Hen; r. : 



Cogel Mary E. Mrs. (wid. 
Huron. , 

Cogell William, contractor, r. 223 Vir- 
ginia av. 

Cohen Abraham, second-hand clothing 
store, 31 S. Illinois, r. Cincinnati, 0. 

Cohen Hyara, elk., 31 S. Illinois, r. same. 

Colbus F. W., carpenter, r. 121 Forest av. 

Colclazer J. H., salesman W. P. Bing- 
ham, bds. 179 N. Illinois. 

Colden John E. (Coldeu & Johnson) r. 
129 Union. 

Colden & Johnson, real estate agents, 
Talbott & New's blk., N. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

4 



Cole John, lab., bds 277 Indiana av. 
Cole Oscar S., elk. general freight office 

T. H. & I. U. R. 
eer I. C. & L. 11. R., I Cole Samuel H., works Osgood, Smith & 

Co., r. 467 S. Hlinois. 
r. 52 LCole William, (col'd) lab., r. African 

al., bet. Sixth and Seventh. 
Steven- j Cole W. M.. traveler Hibben, Tarking- 

ton & Co., bds. Sherman House. 
) r. 410 i Coleman E. P., engineer, r. .37 Bates. 

I Coleman Herman, Aieat market, 300 N. 

West, cor. North, r. same. 
Coleman Henry, vrorks Slate House, r. 
I Market, opposite State House. 

2'N. ' Coleman Patrick, works Glass Works, r. 
I 430 S. West. 

Coleman Ruhamah, (wid. Henry) r. cor. 

Blake and Elizabeth. 
Coleman Thomas, lab., r. 08 Bicking. 
Coles Georgia, dressmaker, bds. 199 N. 

Illinois. 
Coles Susan, dressmaker, 199 N. Illinois, 

r. same. 
Colestook Ephriam, carpenter, r. 250 N. 

Illinois. 
Colestook George N., bookbinder W. & 

J. Braden's, bds. 250 N. Illinois. 
Coley Richard, (col'd) carpenter, r. W. 

Second, bet. Howard and Lafayette 

R. R. 
Colgan Heiirie Miss, principal Court 

House School, r. cor. ot Christian 

and College av. 
Colgan Henry, G , farmer, r. Christian 

av., cor. College. « 

Colgan Miss Mary, teacher, school in 

Court House, r. cor. Christian and 

College av. 
Colgrove S. W., mail agent C, C. G. & I, 

R. R. 
Collctt Moses, mercantile business, r. 413 

N. New Jersey. 
Colley Jane, (wid.) r. 338 N. New Jer- 
sey. 
Collier William S., trader, r. 191 S. Ala- 
bama. 
Collins Conrad, lab., r. 223 S. West 
Collins Dan, lab., American Saw Works, 

bds, 22 S. East. 



COL 



50 



CON 



" " ,-0 I Conde ChaHes A .Si Co., manufacturers 

THE CHINA TEA STORES ^^ 3,^,.™ governors, 197 S. Meridian, 

---•— -~^^^:L.3 conri^t'^:o-e^;:.rc^..son . 

Accurate Mews and fecenes Co., bds. P^-le House. 

"' «« « F-^ntV Gondii Alice A., munufacturer feaiber 
CHINESE LIFE AND S ENEK1. clotl,, 10 S. Pennsylvania, v. same, 

call and see t.em .-;^^e_leavin^Jh^City. Condu A.za, en.inee.-, r. 10 S. .ennsyl 



^;;;7^;;;:u7^:;7Td;:i7l CondUjjD general agent, No. 1 Black- 



Collins Kr 

W. Oliio. 
Collins E. G , carpenter, r. 119 Buchanan. 
Collins James, repairer Western Union 

Telegraph, bds. 34 W. Louisiana. 
Collins Jeremiah, liibosrnplier, r. 22 S. 

Collinrjerry, machinist, r. 639 Buchan- 

Collin"' John, works rolling mill, bds 

'272 S. Tennessee. 
Collins John, carpenter, r. 239 Bucban- 

COLLINS JOSEPH G., proprieler 

Temperance House, 3.5 W. Georgia. 
Collins L. (cold> barber, bds. Bicking 

Collins".Martin, lab., r. 20 N. Califor- 

Golli"ns Thomas, works Street R. R. Co. 

bds. 20 N. Noble. 
Collins Willi.im, lab., r. 187 Meek. 
Colopy Patrick, turner, r. 136 W. Micbi 

ColwIir'Emma R. Mrs., teacher. Ninth 
Ward School, r. 67 N. Dividson 

Colwell Samuel, railroader, r. 6 1 N, Da- 
■'i'lson. 

Combs James W., peddler, r. 4o2 S. New 

Comege;7't>evi, -N.™--.b^'-F:f'» 

and Si.<:'h W. 
COMER STEPHEN, groceries and 

produce, 66S N. Tennessee, r. s ime. 
Comingore John A. Dr., office 1 Massachu- 

sells av., r. 33) N. Liberty. 
Comingore W. H. (Sherman & Co.) r. 329 

N. Alabi.ma. 
Commander R. S , elk. Bee Have store 

bds Macy " 



ford's blk , r. 54 ClrcU. 
Conduiit Alexander C. (Landers, C. i. 

Co) r. 2aGN. Alabama. 
Conew! S.,clk. J. M. &1. R. R.,T-2n 

W Maryland. 
Coney Cornelius, Ub., r. 197 Meek. 
Coney Thomas, lab., r. se. part of city. 
Coney William J., carpenter, r. 71 Jack- 

Conipagne Andrew, carpenter, r. lis tlu- 

Conipagae Louis, carpenter, r. 118 Hu- 

ConitoTi' Allen, helper, glass works, bds. 

88 S. Mississippi. 
Conitott Jerome, blower, glass works, bds. 

88 S. .Mississippi. 
CONKLIN H. N., Life 1°8"1')''J« 
Agent, m K. Washington, r. 2.j2 N. 
Mississippi- 
Conkliu Jenny Miss, dressmaker, bds. 

148 Indiana av. 
Conlen Michael, book agent, r. 323 Indi- 
ana av. 
Conley Robert, dealer in coal, lime, etc., 

r. 296 N. Alabama. 
Conley Thomas R. cooper, r. New \ork, 

bet. Blake and Minerva. 
Connelly A. G., railroad engineer, r. 114 

S. East. 
I'onnelly Hugh, lab., r. 4b Henry. 
Connelly Michael, lab r. lb Koot 
Connelly Robert, (Fawkner 6. Co.) r. 29b 

N. Alabama. 
Conner A. H. (Douglass & C.) r. 52d N. 

Pennsylvania. „..,.. 

Conner li. F-, registry oik. P. 0., bds. 

4-^5 N. Pennsylvania. 
Conner Daniel, lab., r. 191 Meek 



---°f i^S-'Sr iS:r-=,^'"*''- '"'^■' '■ "' "• '" 



cherFourthWard 



bama. 

Commons M C. Miss, 

bds. 3153 N. Alabun;.. 
COM:ivrONWEA.LTH LIFE IN 



1 Conner Herbert J., elk. P. 0., bds. 425 N. 
Conner°J°ame's, railroader, r. 485 E. Geor- 






5 Odd Fellows Ha 



Hoijse 



A. P., money broker, bds. Macy t^o 



Conner J 



John T, elk. Pension Omc 



i''p., engineer, C. C. & I. C. R. K. Conner M- (^i^O 



CON AT Y JAMES B , deal 



Mary, se 



, 124 S. Noble. 

House. 



1,1. c. / goods and l 
ing, 44 S. Illinois, 



dealer in mil- Conner iMary, sei «!.im ^^..- 

;s and bleach- Conner Mary E. Mrs., boarding house, 

W Tniiinis_ 



N. Illiuoia 



CON 5 

Conner Mnrk, Iftb., I. C. & L. depot, r. 
cor. Ellen and Elizabeth. 

Conner Michael, horse shoer, John Hitch 
ens, r. H3 Massachusetts av. 

Conner Michael, l*b , r. ".^37 Colmrn. 

Conner Michael, inouldei-, r. 50 W. South. 

Conners Michael, lab., works .'Spencer 
House, r. Miuervii, W. end Veimont. 

Conner Minerva, domestic. Bates House. 

Conner Patrick L., boot and shoemaker, 
CO Massachusetts, av., r. same. 

Conner Richard, (col'd) lab, r. 38 Bales. 

Conner Robert, works Novelty Works. 

Connor Michael, blacksmith, r. 113 Mas- 
sachusetts av. 

Conrad Charles P., livery stable, 19 S 
Delaware. 
' Conrad Elder Rufus, r. 526 N. Mississip- 
pi. 

Conrad Gabel, bds. California House. 

Conroy Barnard, teamesler, '2i VI . Mary- 
land, bds. 79 S. West. 

Conroy P, tailor, r. 72 S. West. 

Consins F. (wid. William) r. 182 W. 
Second. 

Conti A,, fruitstand, cor. Washington and 
Illinois, r. 113 E. Washington. 

Converse .Joel, carpenter, r. Kiti S. East. 

Conway Mag. Mrs, r. 334 S. Delaware. 

Conwell Emma S. Miss, sewing operator, 
18 N. Delaware, r. 12 S. New Jersey. 

Conwell, I. S, sewing machine agent, r. 
120 S. New Jersey. 

Conzelmann George, elk., 27 W. Washing- 
ton, bds. Emenegger's Motel. 

Conzlemann Michael, principal, German 
Lutheran School, r. 88 S. Liherty. 

Cook A , bapgageraaster, C. C. C. & I. R. 
R., bds. Sherman House. 

Conk Charles, stovemoulder, bds. 14 
Bates 

Cook Charles, (C. and Weigman) r. 84 
N. Liberty. 

(Jook Christian, baggageman, r. 20 Bick- 
ing. 

Cook Christian, machinist, bds. 193 S. 
Tenncssse. 

Cook Cornelius C, w'ks Osgood, Smith & 
Co., bds. 169 S. Tennessee. 

Cook Emma, domestic. Bates House. 

Cook Frank, lab., r. 239 W. East. 

Cook George W., painter, bd.s. James bet. 
Indiana av. and St. Clair. 

Cook H., traveling agent, bds. Bates 
House. 

Cook Hamilton, lab., r. 10 nr. Canal. 

Cook Henry, elk,, 0. T. Porters, r. 22 
John. 

Cook Henry, bricklayer, r. 17 Morrison. 

Cook Ignatz, miichinist, w'ks Osgood, 
Smith & Co., r. 491 S. lUiaois. 

Cook Jane Mrs., r. 24 Indiana av. ' 

Cook John, machinist, r. 38 Chatham. 

Cook John, railroader, r. 342 N. Winston 



COO 

BENHAM BRO'S, 

3S East IVasbington St., 

Pianos, Orgatis and Melodeons Tunet), 
Moved and RepaireH. 



Cook John B., ag't for T. Bender & Co., r. 

87 S. 'Benton. 
Cook Lucinda, (wid. Jessie M.) r. James 

bet. Indiana av. and St. CUir. 
Cook M. R., painter, r. 164 S. NoWe. 
Cook Robert, w'ks Osgood, Smith & Co., 

r. 1U9 S Tennessee. 
Cook Samuel M., engineer. C. Glazier, r. 

188 Virginia av. 
Cook T. v., sign painter. 58 N. Pennsyl- 

vania, r. se. city limits. 
Cook Wm., grocer, r. 47 S. East. 
Cook William, (Cook and Co.) r. 85 S, East. 
Cook W. 1., bookkeeper, r. 90 N. Dela- 
ware. 
Cook William H., cooper, r. James bet. 

Indiana av. and St. Clair. 
Cook W. & Co. (W. C. and C. Danmeyer) 

grocery and dry goods, r. 249 E. 

Washington. 
COOK & WIEGMAN, dealers in 

iioiir, feed, grain, seeds, etc., r. 253 

E. Washitigton. 
CooleChrisiian, machinist, Eagle Machine 

Works, r. cor. South and Tennes- 

Cooney Bridget Mrs., elk., 46 W.Wash- 
ington, bds. 27 N. East. 

Cooney Dennis, lab., r. 27 N. East. 

Cooney Patrick, moulder. Eagle Machine 
Works, bds. Ray House. 

Cooney T. G., bds. 225 E. Market. 

Cooney Thomas, lab., bds. 30 Douglass. 

COONS JOHN W.. deputy city 
treasurer, r. 405 N. New Jersey. 

Cooper Aniistral, tab., r. cor. Lafayette R. 
R. and Third. 

Cooper Hamilton, tailor, r. 200 W. St. 
Clair. 

Cooper I. I., feed stable. Court, r. 422 N. 
Illinois 

Cooper Jane, (wid. Hamilton) r. 260 W. 
St. Clair. 

Cooper John J., feed store, r. 422 N. Illi- 
nois, 

Cooper Joseph M. Dr., r. 217 W. Michigan. 

Cooper Job, bookkeeper, 132 S. Illinois, 
bds. same. 

Cooper M. J., mail agent, T. H. & I. R. R., 
r. 408 Nf New Jersey. 

Cooper R. M., trunkmaker, 39 S. Illinois, 
bds. Stanridge House. 

Cooper Rebecca, r. 257 E. McCarty. 

Cooper William H., w'ks glass works, bds. 
155 W. Maryland. 



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H. H. LEE, 

Sealer in 

Teas, Coffees, Sugars & Spices, 

No. 7 ODD FELLOWS HALL 

AND 
ACABEMY OF I WPSIC COKWER . 

COOES AUGUST P., groceries and 
provisions, 151 W. Washington, r. 12 
S. Mississippi. 

CopeUnd J. W. & Co. (.1. W. C. and L. 
Annnn) jobbers of millinery nnd 



Coslon John, shoemaker, r. 347 S. Mis- 
souri. 
Costello. John, boilermaker, bds. -S14 

Costello 1. 1., machinist, r. 27G W. Mary- 

Costello Martin, fireman, I. C. & L. R. R., 

r. 71! S. Benton.- 
Coster Mary Mrs., confectionery and 

restaurant, '>2 N, Delaware, r. 

30 W. 



COSTIGAN FRANK, 



Annnnl iobbers of millinery nnd 1 Costijtan T. G., bds. Palmer House, 
flraw Roods, 116 S Meridian and 8 COTTEELL THOMAS,, .m-plate, 
p WofhlniT on copper, sheet brass, sheet iron, etc., - 

E. \\asbington.__ ^ , ^ , _ ooo I 'JP|^ {■J^ e. Washington, r. IGO S. 

New Jersey. 
Coughlen Frank, elk. Merrill & Cougblen, 

- ■ — " ■" "' York. 



j:,. ,. uajington. 
Copeland J. W. (J. W. C. and Co.) r. 382 

N. Meridian. 
Copeland W. J., real estate and insurance 

agent, 14 S. Pennsylvania, r. 73 N. 

Liberty. 
Coppard Harry, porter, surgical institute. 



UU3. ^82 W.JNt.. *«.... 
Coughlen William, (Merritt & Coughlen) 
282 W. New York 



CORBALEY & COSSEL, (S. B. C 

and W. C.) grocers and provisions, 

414 W. Washington. 
Corbaley Robert, elk. county clerks 

office, bds. 80 S. Mississippi. 
Corbaley Samuel B. (C. and Cossel) r. 414 

W. Washington. 
Corbaley Will H., notary public with . 

F. Witt, r. 15 Bayelte. 
Corcoran Michael, blower, glass work 

bds. 231 W. South. /iX"-,—"V 

Corey Leander H., machinist, Greenleaf Cou ter J 

& Co., r. 392 S. Tennessee. ' p„.,i.=- i 

Coridan Maggie Miss, waiter, Spencer 

Coridan Thomas, saloon, 350 S. AVest, r. 

same. 
Covley Dan., lab., r. 271 Merrill. 
CORIiISS C. T. DR., office, room No. 

u .Miller's blk,, up stairs, cor. Illinois 

and Market, r. 109 N. Illinois. _ ^ 
Cornelius Caskins, plasterer, r. 2a4 b. 

Alabama. ^ 

Cornelius E. G. (Byron C. and (.o.) r. 

138 E. Pratt. 
Cornelius Wilbur F. (C. and MellviUe) r. 

112 Huron. 
Cornelius & Melville, (W. F. C. and R 
M.) house anil sign painters, 31 Ken- 

Corrigan^John, teamster, r. 311 W. Mar 



Coughren Silas, lab. Rolling Mill, r. 2. 

Rose. 
Coulon Charles, (C. G. Coulon & Co.) r. 

Arsenal Road. 
Coulon Charles G. (C. G. C. & Co.) r. 168 1. 

Washington. 
Coulon Charles G. & Co. (C. G. Coulon & 

C. Coulon 1 dealers in glass and 

queensware, 168 E. Washington. 
Coulon James, railroader, r. Louisiana, 

bet. Alabama and New Jersey. 
' Coulter Arch. C , r. 256 S. Delaware. 
;, lab , r. 376 S. Alabama. 
Coulter John, works Rolling Mill, r. 213 

Coulter ^7argaret E Mrs. (wid. Charles) 

> r. 19U W. Washirfgton. 
Coulter W"illiam, blacksmith, 256 S. 

Delaware. 
Council Johi F. (Reed, C. & Co.) r. sw. cor. 

Cherry nnd Jackson. 
Courtney John, lab., r. 502 E. Georgia. 
Couzzins Lizzie, domestic. Bates House. 
Coval Alexander, cooper, r. 192 Virginia 



Cornweil Clas, engineer, C. C. C. & 1. R. 

R r. 2S9 Winsiou. 
Corinine William B,, student, bds. 116 

Broadway. . 

Cosly R. M., carpenter and builder, ,1/ 

Massachusetts av., r. 32 Chnsnan av 
Cosier David W., carpenter, r. 195 N, 

Davidson. 
Cosier William H , r. 801 N. Tennessee. 



Covault E. J , salesman Rickard & Tal- 

bolt, bds. Sherman House. 
Coverdale George, elk., bds. 149 S. East. 
CovcrdiU Geo. W., lab., bds. 149 S. East. 
Coverdiil Thomas, lab., r. S. Mississippi, 

nr. Rolling Mill. 
Covert Isaac, butcher, r. 80 Huron. 
Covert William T., carpenter, r. 759 N. 

Mississippi. 
Covey Benj. F., cooper, bds 314 E. Geor- 

Covington Emily, bookbinder, r. 12 N. 

California. 
Covington Susan Mrs., chair repairer, r. 

*12 N. California. 
Covour Catherine Mrs. (wid. Daniel) r. 
50 Huron. 



cow 



53 



CRA 



COWEN M. V. B., publisher of tli- 

reclories and geneial ngcnt for pop 

ular subsoripuoQ books, etc., r. SO 

S. Illinois. 
Cowen Robert B , elk., 30 Kentucky av., 

bila. Palmer House. 
Cox A. J., salesman Dessar Croa. & Co. 

r. 76 N. Noble.- 
Cox Albert \V., patent right agent, r.lT-l 

E. Walnut. 
Cox Ann, (wid.) r. 2o2 W. Market. 
tox Amy, (wid. Daniel) r. 18 Chatham. 
Cox Charles, dealer in sieves and tin- 
ware, 57 W. Washington, r. 71 S. 

Meridian. 
Cox Crilt A , sleeping car conductor, r. 

18 Chatham. 
Cox David, tinsmith, r. 71 S. Meridian. 
COX E. T., Siale Geologist, ofBce in 

State House, r. 356 N. Illinois. 
Cox Henry C., carpenter, r. 224 W'. 

Washington. 
Cox Edwin, works Merritt & Coughlin, r. 

S. Douglass. 
Cox John A. M., sheet iron worker, 24 

E. Georgia, r. 2tj4 S. Alabama. 
Cox John F., sawmill, r. 105 Dradshaw. 
Cox Milion L, (Landers, Conduitt & Co.) 

r. 333 N. Illinois. 
(Jox Sarah L. Miss, seamstress, r. 18 

Chatham. 
Cox Sophia Mrs. (wid. Nathaniel) r. 252 

W. Market. 
COX THOMAS J., boiler and sheet 

iron works, 24 E. Georgia, r. 264 S. 

Alabama. 
Cox Thomas T. (S. & C.) r. Louisiana, 

bet. Noble and East. 
Cox VVm. A., foreman J. W. Adams, r. 

895 N. West. 
Cox William C. (Tomlinson & Cox) r. 30 

W. St. Clair, 
(^y Daniel C, trimmer, Shaw L. & Co., r. 

N. Alabama. 
Coy Joseph, cooper, r. 52 California. 
Coy Simeon, carriage painter, r. Gregg, 

nr. East. 
Coyle Hannah Mrs. (wiJ. .Michael) r. 126 

W. Ohio. 
Coyner J. S., carpenter, r. 598 N. Jlli- 

'nois. 
Coyner .Martin L., contractor, r. 440 E. 

St Clair. 
Coyner Martin L., ir., assistant engineer, 

hds. 31 W. Ohio. 
Cozad Justus L., chief cnsineer, I. & 

Si. L. R. R. Co., office, 142 .Maryland, 

r. 195 Jackson. 
Crablree Abrnm, (col'd) lab, r. W. First, 

nr. Howard. 
Craft Amelia G. (wid. William E.) r. 49G 

N. Tennessee. 
Craft Frost, student, r. 496 N. Tenncs- 



BENHAM BaO'S, 



36 East Wasliignton St., 

.\GENTS FOE THE 

BURDETT ORGAN. 



Craft Hi 
Inle 
sylvania. 

Craft Jiihn P., bookkeeper Sinker & Co., 
r. 496 N. Tennessee. 

Craft R. P., muchinisi, r, 496 N. Tennes- 
see. 

Craft Smith, blacksmith, r. 280 Indiana 

Cralt Wm. H. (C. & Cutter) r. 163 N. Ala- 
bama. 

Crafi W. P., salesman Dury & Hawk, r, 
496 N. Tennessee. 

CRAFT & CUTTER, (W. H. Craft 
and H. P Culler) wmchmakers and 
jewelers, 24 E. Washington. 

Craig Alex., salesman 123 S. Meridian 
r. 218 Huron. 

Craig David P., carpenter, r. 183 Indiana 

Craig J. C. (Francis. & Co.) r. Lawrence- 
burg, Ind. 

Craig James C, whisky ganger 6lh dis- 
trict, hds Palmer House. 

Craig William, miller, N. Delaware, nr. 
Tinker. 

Craighan Henry,(cord) messenger Fletch- 
er's bank, r. 181 Elm. 

(!raighan Patrick, lab., r. 60 S. Ala- 

Craighead R., student, bds. 230 N. Ten- 
nessee. 
Crail S. v., expressman, r. Wabash, bet 

East and New Jersey. 
Crain Charles, engineer C. C. C. & I. 

R. R. 
Crain Henry, salesmaUj bds. 30| N. 

Pennsylvania. 
CRAIN W. N., merchant tailor, 82 

W. Washington, -bds. Bates House. 
Cramer Caroline, (wid.) r. nw. cor. of 

East and Ohio. 
Cramer Francis Miss, bds. 366 N. West. 
Cramer George II., steward Bales House, 

r. cor. New York and Blake. 
Crane Dennis, porter depot dining hall, 

r. G Henry. 
Crane E. G.. machinist, bds. 378 N. Del- 



Crane George W., blacks 

Delaware. 
Cran 



rs N. 



A., salesman New York store, 
r. 30 N. Pennsylvania. 
Crane J. D., photographer, 279 E. Wash- 
ington, r. 254 S. Mississippi. 



CRA I 

H. H. LEE 

HAS BVT 

ONE PRICF, SELLS FOR CASH, 

And Guarantees all Goods 

Sold at the China Tea Stores, 

To be as Represented. 



Crane Jacob, driver Mcikel's brewery 

wagon, r. 23'.) \1 . Maryland. 
Crane James I''., polograj)lier,- r. 256 S. 

Mississippi. 
Crane W.iUiam, blacksmith, bds. 88 S. 

Noble. 
Crane I. T., bookkeeper, 14 T.albott & 

New's blk., bds. I'almer lionse. 
Crapo R. P., manager, S. Hudson, 190 E. 

Wiisliiugton, r. same. 
Craulley Thomas, moulder Eagle Machine 

Works, r. 04 Bicking. 
Craven Annie Misa, dressmaker, works 

34 S. Illinois. 
Craven John, works rolling mill, r. 273 

W. Merrill. 
Cravin John, lab. T. H. & I. Uepoi, r. 85 

McCarty. 
Cravin Timoihy. lab. T. [I. & I. Depot, r. 

229 S. West. 
Crawford Belle Miss, teacher, r. 2.56 S. 

Pennsylvania. 
Crawford C. C, bookkeeper, bds. 21 S. 

I'ennsylvania. 
Crawford Lli, moulder, r. 256 S. Penn- 
sylvania. 
Crawford George W., street car driver, r. 

se. cor. Oih and Tennessee. 
Crawford James M. Rev., r. 3.30 N. 

East. 
Crawford John T., fireman T. H. & I. R. 

K., r. 25U S. Ali.-sissippi. 
Crawson Abner, (cold) lab., r. 185 Elm. 
Creeden Jerry, works Gas Works, bds. 



217 



Criley W. W., pastor. First English Lu- 
theran Church, r. 409 N. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Crillmai. David, machinist, C. C. & I. C 
shops, bds. Ray house. 

Crone Heury, (col'd) porter Fletchers 
bank, r. 181 Elm street. 

Crone Jacob, driver J. L. Meikel, r. 259 
N. Maryland. 

Oroney Timoihy, lab. T. 11. & I. R. R., r 
225 S. West. 

Cronin John, lab., woiks T. H. & I. R. R. 
depot, r. 85 W. .McCarly. 

Cropper J>imes, engineer C. C. C. & I. R. 
K., r. 21U N. Winston. 

Cropper Joseph W., carpenter, r. 126 N. 
Noble. 

Cropsey .Mrs. A. M., r. 359 N. Alabama. 

Cropsey .Miss Mary, teacher first ward 
school, r. 359 W. Alabama. 



4 CUL 

Crosby John, lab , r. 69 E. .Maryland. 
Crosby Kate Miss, servent, 85 W. Mary- 
land. 
! Crosby Mary Mrs., boarding bouse, r. 
452 E Georgia. 
Crosby Michael, elk. cor. Illinois and 

Georgia, bds. 67 W. Georgia 
Crosby Toliver, (col'd) lab., r. Rhode Is- 
land near Rlake. 
Cro'jgrovc Michael, works rolling mill, 

r. 29 Henry. 
Crosgrove Patrick, blacksmith, r. 29 

Henry. 
Crosgrove Rose Mrs., (wid Dominick), r. 

29 Henry. 
Cross Frederick, lab. C. C. & I. C. R. R. 
Crothston James, salesman New York 

store, bds. 31 W.Ohio. 
Crouch John, huckster, r. 82 Green. 
Crow Hannah (wid) r. over 280 E. Wash- 
ington 
Crowley John, works rolling mill, r. 372 

S. Tennessee. 
Crowley Patrick, lab., r. 64 S. Alabima. 
Crowley Timoihy, teamster, r. 40 Elii- 

nbeth. 
Crowley William, lab. r. 237 N. Mis- 
souri. 
Crozier George, night watchman New 

York store, r. 350 N. Meridian. 
CruU Jacob, horse trader, r. 327 E 

Washington. 
Crull Jacob, r. 85 Davidson. 
CruUman David, machinest, C. C. & I. C. 

R. R. 
Crum Jacob, tailor, 50 N. IlliDois, bds. 

64 W. Maryland. 
Crum John, insurance agent, r. 228 E. 

Lousiana. 
Crump George, yard man. Bates house. 
Crusa Susan, (wid Christ) r. 165 N. 

Winston. 
Cruse Bridget Mrs., (wid Micheal) r. 126 

S. Tennessee. 
Cruse John, lab., bds. 126 S. Tennessee. 
Cruse John P., builder and contractor, 

r. 550 E. Washington. 
Cruse M chael, boiler maker, bds. 120 S. 
j Tennessee. 

\ Cruse Solomon, farmer, r. 122 E. Pratt. 
I Crutchfield Stephen, lab., r. African al. 
bet. Sixth and Seventh. 
Culbert Patrick, lab , r. 436 S. West. 
CUI.LEY DANIEL B., bookkeeper, 

r. 486 N. Pennsylvania. 
Culligan John, works Street R. R. Co., r. 

28 Willard. 
CUIjLINY'S emporium, 72 W. 

Washington. 
CULLINY P. M., dry goods impor- 
ter, 72 W. Washington, r. 54 Massa- 



Cullum E., printer, Brazen & BurfcrJ, r. 
41 Huron. 



CUL 



DAI 



Culver E., groceries nnd produce, 240 1 BEN HAM BRO'S. 



Cummins Charles, lub., r. -ST-J S. West. 
Cummings Lewis, (col'd) b il er, r. 175 

Dougl.iss nl. 
Cuuninghiim Friiuk, bds. 350 N. Tennes- 
see. 
Cunninghnm Jolm, h.ar keeper 52 S. Il- 
linois, bds. 16 Wilbu-d. 
Cunningham J. 13., civil engineer, room 

7 .Etna building, r. 283 N. Teiin- 

sjlvnpin. 
Cunningh.Tm James, drayman, 143 S. 

Meridian. 
Cunningham John, moulder, r. sw. cor. 

Kay and Tennessee. 
Cunningham Walker, machinest, C. C. & 

I. C. shops, bds. Ray House. 
Curley John, lab, r. 4 Stevens. 
Curly John K., lab., r. 159 Stevens. 
Curran Bridget, chambermaid, Sherman 

House. 
Ciirrau Bridget, (wid.) r. 354. Winston. 
Curran John, lab., r. 163 Dougherty. 
Curran Michael, lab., r. 194 Bates. 
Curran Michael, railroader, r. 480 E. 

Georgia. 
Curran l^alrick, blacksmith, C, C. & I. 

C. R. R. 
Curran Patrick 11. (Lawless & C.) r. 50 

Huron. 
Currans Barbary, domestic, Bales House. 
Currans Catherine, domestic. Bates House. 
Currans Mary, domestic, Bates House. 
Currlen Fredrick, cabinetmaker, r. 142 S. 

Meridian. 
Curry Joseph W., lumber dealer, bds. 24 

Blake. 
Curry Robert, lumber and log dealer, r. 

24 Blake. 
Curson J. E, carpenter, bds. 139 N. Ala- 



3G Ka.st Waslkington St., 

KEEf 

'i^HK VEXi^^ BEST 

VIOLIN AND GUITAR STRINGS. 



Curtin Christ, lab., bds., 199 W. Mary- 
land. 

Curtis Andrew, Justice of the Peace, r. 
27 Ft. Wayne av. 

Curtis D*vid M., lab., r. 128 N. East. 

Curtis Truman, encineer, r. 05 Califor- 



Cuslar Theodore, lab., r, 265 Union. 

Cussen Giirreit, dry goods and notions, 
loR Indiana av, r. same. 

Cute Jennie .Miss., bds. 249 N Winston. 

Cutter H. B. (Craft & C.) bds. Macy 
House. 

Cutis Jeffry 0., student, bds. llfi Broad- 
way. 

Cuts Milton, hatter, r. 239 S. Alabama. 

Cutsinger John, railroader, r. 128 E. Mer- 
rill. 

Culsinger William, lab., r. 1 Rockwocd. 

Cuykendall Warren A., engineer, 330 K. 
Louisiana. 



Maple. 



JAACr PATRICK, lab. 

Dade Townsaud, (col'd) lab., r. 232 N. 

Missouri. 
DafBeld Loui.'", r. 259 N. Liberty. 
Daggett R. P. ^D. & Roih) r. 280-N. New 

Jersey. 
Daggelt William, (D. & Co.) r. 280 K. 

New Jer.sey. 
DAGGETT & CO. (Wm. D., Geo. C. 

Webster and J. W. Smithers) whol. 

confectionery and fruits, 20 S. Meri- 
dian. 
DAGGETT & ROTH, (R. P. D. and 

.Malihew Roih) archuects, Vinton's 

blk. 
Daglish John, elk.. Bee Hive, r. 504 N. 

Mississippi. 
Daily Bridget, servant, Palmer House. 
Daily Edward, blacksmith, bds. 225 S. 

Tennessee. 
Daily Ilezikiah, (Sphar & D.) bda. 82 E. 

St.. Clair. 

nia. ~ I Daily Jennie, r. 30' S. New Jersey. 

Curtis H. K., general agent Atlas Life [ Daily John, painter, Shaw, Lippencott & 



Insurance Co., 4i West Washington, 
r. 106 Broadway'. 

Curtis J. P., conductor C. C. & I. C. R. R., 
bds. Spencer House. 

Curtis Joseph, (cold) cook, r. 203 W. 
North. 

Cuny Hamilton, lab., r. 5S8 N. Missis- 
sippi. 

Curzon Joseph, architect, room 4 Black- 
ford's blk. r. 370 N. Illinois. 

Cushing H., harnessmaker, bds. Illinois 
House. 

Cussick Joseph, grocer and produce deal- 
er, 75 S. West, r. same. 



Conner, r. 343 Vincent. 
Daily Joe Miss, servant, Sherman House, 
Daily Julia, servant. Palmer House. 
Daily Nellie .Miss, weaver at Geisendorff. 

& Co., bds. 192 Virginia av. 
Daily Mickee H. (wid. Hugh) r. 24 Cen- 

Daily Samuel, mechanic, bds. 384 E 

Ohio. 
Daily Tiiomas, conductor J. M. & L R. R. 

bds. Depot Dining H.-iU. 
Daily William, lab., r. 345 N. Winston. 
Daily and Weekly Telegraph Office, se. 

cor. Meridian and Circle. 



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THE CHINA TEA STORES r^""V.''^<'/S WnUam, tailor, r. 719 N. 
' Mississippi. 



ARE AT 

No. 7 ODD PELLOWS HALL 



ACADEMY OF MUSIC CORNER. 

Dain Robert C, paperhanger, r. 33 \V. St. 

CUir. 
Dain Thomas, niglit policeman, v. 114 E. 

St. Mary. 
Dale Alfred, Carpenter, cor. Pulterson 

and Vermont. 
Dale Peter, lab., r. 31 McCarly. 
Uall E. J , shoemaker, bJs. Calitornia 

House. 
Dallas Uell Miss, elk. R. Sedgwick, r. 190 

N. Blackford. 
Dallas \Vm., edge (ool maker, N. Kellog, 

r. lilO N. Blackford. 
Dallas John, works rolling mill. 

Dallas , (wid.) r. 100 N. Blackford. 

Dalon John, lab., r. 3U0 S. Delaware. 
Dalton Michael, lab, T. H. & I. Depot, r. 

391 S. Minerva. 
Dalton William, lab., bds. ool S. Meridi- 



Danridge Elias, (col'd) lab., T. 172 W. 
Georgia. 

Darby John II. & Co., r. 227 W. New 
York. 

Darby Samuel, sawmaker, r. 476 -Ala- 
bama. 

Darby 



abar 



el F., sawtiler, r. 476 X. Al- 
m, brickmason, r. 532 E. 



Daly David M., van 

York. 
Daly Eugene, carpen 



isher, r. 326 E. New 
(er, r. 343 Massachu- 



DAME JASON, marble worker, 69 E. 
Washingion, r. 287 S. New Jersey. 

Dammeier Anthony, grocer, r. 683 E. 
Washington. 

Dammeier Chartes, (Cook & Co.) r. 3K) 
E. Georgia. 

Dammeier Fred , draymen, r. 266 E. Ohio. 

Dame Mrs. P., r. 114 E. St. Mary. 

Danforlh Albert J., conlractor, r. 178 E. 
Walnut. 

Daniel Adam, engineer, r. 187 S. Aala- 
bama. 

Daniel Leopold, .salesman 11. Bamberger, 
r. 1 Ft. Wayne av. 

Daniels Elliott, carpenter, r. 3 and 9 S. 
East. 

Daniels George, machinesi, works Green- 
le:if &o, r. 131 S. Meridian. 

Daniels George T., boarding house, 131 S. 
Illinois. 

Daniels Henry, (col'd) lab, r. 170 Doug- 
lass al. 

Daniels L H., carpenter, bds. 187 S. Ten- 

• nessee. 

Daniels S. P., tailor, r. 109 S. New Jer- 
sey. 

Danihy Peter, lab., r. 374 S Tennessee. 

Danner John, lab , r. 218 S. New Jereey. 

Dauner Mahula, (wid. Andrew) r. 24 
Center. 

Danninberg Mrs. M., r. 175 E. South. 



Dare Willi 
I Georgia. 

j Dark Charles E., elk., Fletcher & Sharp, 
bds. 348 N. Tennessee. 

Dark Jonathan, (Lamis & Dark) r. 393 
N. West. 

Darmody Thomas, porter, 26 S. Meridian, 
r. Sinker, bet. Alabama and New Jer- 
sey. 

Darnall Calvin, carpenter, r. 738 N. Il- 
linois. 

Darnell William W., carpenter, r. 342 E. 
New York. 

Darr William, fireman, C. C. & I. C. R. R. 

Darrow Benjamin, elk. J. C. Burton & 
Co., r. 540 N. Illinois. 

DarrOw George, teamster and contractor, 
r. 297 N. Winston. 

Darrow M. W., printer. Sentinel office, r. 
58 .Massachusetts av. 

Dasher M. A. (wid ) r. 339 N. Illinois. 

Daubenspeck Nelson, real estate, r. 121 N. 
Delaware. 

Daugherty E. Miss, dress maker, room 12 
Martindale's blk. 

Daugherty James, lab., r. 14 Willard. 

Daumont Henry, {H. D. & Co.) r. 439 N. 
Pennsylvania. 

Daumont H. & Co. (Henry Daumont & — ) 
dealers in clocks, paintings, pictures, 
picture frames, etc., 15 W. Washing- 
ton. 

Dausch Catharine Miss, cook, Emeneg- 
ger's hotel. 

Davenport .Malinda, (wid. John) r. Mi- 
nerva, nr. New York. 

Davenport Thomas, lab., r. 115 Huron. 

Davenjiort Thomas, lab., r. 229 S. Ala- 
bama. 

Davenport William, printer, bds. 24 \V. 
Minerva. 

David Daniel, machinist, r. 209 S. Illi- 
nois. 

David Edward, wks. rolling mill, bds. 
272 S. Tennessee. 

David George, checkman, C. C. C. & I. 
depot, r. 273 E. Market. 

David Thomas, butcher, r. 210 Union. 

David William C, Deputy U. S. Marshal, 
r. 2-J3 E. Market. 

DAVIDSON C. B., pastor Grace 
church,_r. 104 Jlassacliusetts av. 

Davidson George, capenler, r. 188 Daugh- 
erty. 



DAY 

Davidson James, printer, Journal office. 

Davidson John, ngenl, Indianapolis Jour- 
nal, r. 170 N. Davidson. 

Davidson I. E., auditor, I. & St. Louis R. 
R., bds. Bates House. 

Davidson Rufus, millwright, 132 S. Penn- 
sylvania, r. 148 Blackford. 

Davis A., machinist, Surgical Institute, r. 
same. 

Davis Amos, (col'd) lab , r. 747 N. Ten- 
nessee. 

Davis Abel E. (Baxter & D.) r. 32-5 N. 
West. 

Davis A. W., physician, office, VSO N. 
Pennsylvania, bds. Palmer House. 

Davis Benjamin, railroader, T. H. & I. R. 
R., r. '24'3 E. Louisiana. 

Davis Benjamin & Co. (B. D.' and John 
Weaver) coal dealers, office, loy S. 
West. 

Davis Charles B., gen'l agent. Imperial 
Fire Insurance Co., tj Odd Fellows' 
Hall, r. 139 Indiana av. 

Davis Charles S., butcher, bds. 234 N. 
East. 

Davis Clinton, r. 21 Fletcher av. 

Davis David, wk's rolling mill, r. 281 S. 
Tennessee. 

Davis Edwin A. (Voss & Davis) bds. 
Bates House. 

Davis Edward W., meat market, 15.3 W. 
Washington, bds. 234 N. East. 

Davis F. A. W., cashier, Indiana Bank- 
ing Co. 

Davis George, watchmaker and jeweler, 
39 W. Washington, r. 40 N. Califor- 
nia. 

Davis George, (cold) porter, B. G. Stout 
& Bro. 

Davis Greer W., painter, wks Indinn.np- 
olis Agricultural Works, r. 172 S. 
Tennessee. 

Davis Giles M., (col'd) blacksmith, shop 
252 Indiana av. 

Davis G. M., bds. 18 S. Pennsylvania. 

Davis G. W., traveling agent, 27 N. Penn- 
sylvania, r. 123 N. Illinois. 

Davis Harvey, r. 8 Lord. 

Davis Halrie J. Miss, w'ks city laundry, 
bds. 30 Ann. 

Davis Henry, machinist, r. 188 Virginia 
av. 

Davis Horace II., finisher, Howe Sewing 
Machine rooms, r. 207 E. New York. 

Davis 11. A. Mrs, principal Sixth ward 
school, bds. 290'S. Meridian. 

DAVIS HARVEY D., butcher, 1.53 
W. Washington, r. 234 N. East. 

Davis Ira, bds. 164 W. Maryland. 

Davis Isaac, (Isaac Daws & Co.) r. 426 
N. Pennsylvania. 

DAVIS ISAAC & CO. (L D. & Berry 
Self) dealers in hats, caps and furs, 
12 E. Washington. 

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DAY 



BENHAM BRO'S, 

36 East Washington St., 
Pianos, Organs and Melodeons 

FOR 

C-A^SM OR, OIV TI3IE. 



Davis J., M. D., Indiana Surgical Insti- 
tute, r. same. 

Davis J. E., boots and shoes, 239 E. Wash- 
ington, r. 299 N. Liberty. 

Davis J. AV., steam and gag fitter, and 
brass founder, 110 S. Delaware, r. 
154 S. New Jersey. 

Davis James, machinist, Sinker & Co., 
r. cor. Minerva and New York. 

Davis Jacob, carpenter, r. 90 James. 

Davis John L., pumpmaker, r. cor. West 
and First. 

Davis John M., traveling agent, r. 75 S. 
Noble. 

D.avis Levi L , r. 234 N. East. 

Davis M. C. Mrs., boarding house, r. 60 S. 
Pennsylvania. 

Davis Maggie M., carpetmaker, r. 30 
Ann. 

Davis Mark Dr., office, 197 Indiana av., r. 
305 W. Norto. 

Davis Mary J. (col'd) milliner, 252 Indi- 

Davis Matlie F. Miss, dressmaker, bde. 30 
Ann. 

Davis Nathan M., wagonmaker, r. 54 
Oriental. 

Davis Nathaniel, blacksmith, r. 128 W. 
First. 

Davis Patsey, (col'd) lab., r. 490 S. Illi- 
nois. 

Davis Richard A., teamster, Coburn & 
Jones, r. 48 W. North. 

Davis Robert, lab., r. 273 S. Tennessee. 

Davis Robert F., engineer, E. C. Atkins 
& Co., r. 308 S. Illinois. 

Davis Rufus P., carpenter, r. 213 Massa- 
chusetts av. 

Davis Samuel, well digger, r. 46 Thomas. 

Davis Sarah C. (wid. P. L.) r. 92 Broad- 
way. 

Davis T. J. (Adams & D.) r. 150 W. New 
York 

Davis Thomas, (Sinker & D.) bds. 84 W. 
Vermont. 

Davis Thomas, (col'd) barber, 267 W. 
Washington, bds. same. 

Davis Wells, engineer, C, C. &L C. R. R., 
r. 37 Bates. 

Davis Wesley, trimmer, Shaw, L. & C, r. 
outside city limits. 

Davis, William, carpenter, r. 45 E. Mc- 
Carty. 

Davis Wm. E. brickmason, r. 120 N. Da- 
vidson. 



DAY 58 

H. H. LEE 



DEI 



[AKES A SPECIALTY OF 



Choice G,reen, Black & Japan Teas 

D.ivis WiUi.im II. rii'r.pnmker, 133 N 

TeDnessee, r. 128 W. First. 
Davis WiiUuin 11. siudeut, bds. 92 Broad 

wny. 
Davis Willinm M. (Davis & Jones) r. 430 

N New Jersey. 
Davis & Jones, auciioneeis, 88 E. Vv'ash- 

inglon. 

Davison , bds. Tiales Ilonse. 

Davlien Timoiliy, Inb.r ^09 Iliichnnan 
Davy D.iniel, macliiuist, bds. 209 S. Illi- 
nois. 
Davy John, porter, 30 S. Meridian, bds. 

niiiKHS lluuae. 
Davy W.ilier \V. pi inter,] News Office, r, 

37 Fle'clier av. 
Dnv"- f^po. Ciuriage painter, with S. W. 

Drew. 
Davri-(iii Lnuisa, (wid. Daniel) r. 113 

Forest av. 
Dawsnn Lfwis A. commercial traveler, r. 

28 Hose. 
Dawson L. C fireman, r. 273 S. Wes>. 
Dawfon T. E. auctioneer, r. 121 Ft. 

Wayne a v. 
Dawson Thomas B. works Rolling Mil), r. 

101 Maple. 
Dawso'i W. i'., r. 62 Fletcher av. 
Day Benj. F. slmlent. r. 73 Davidson. 
Day Elisa, lab , r. 9 Elizaheih. 
Diy John, lab, r. ]82 Ehzabeih. 
Day .'"hn, (col'd) cook, Little Hotel, r. 

eame. 
Day n. L. insurance agent, r. 547 N. Illi- 
nois. 
Day Henry C. Rev. pistor, First Baptist 

Church, r. 122 N Peni.sylvani i. 
Deal Aiigusi, traveling agent, r. 196 E 

Mcfariy. 
Dean Altvert W. student, bds. 116 Broad- 
way. 
Dean Cli.ules, bvicUlaypr, r. 61 Bifei. 
Dean ChaiU'8 11. moulder, bds. 151 S. 

Noble. 
Dean lUnison, (colM) saloon, r. 142 Rim 
Dean Isa.c V. cigar maker. 39 W. Wash 

iinrton b'ls. 74 N. I'eun.svlvania. 
Dean Kale, servant, I'almer llniise. 
Unan .lo.spph t; miller, r. G {ieisendnvff 
Dean I'aiiiek, yardman, 1'., C. & St. L 

R. R. 
Dean .Mary, servant, Pilmer TTnnse. 

De • Tlioiiias, piessMian, r. 104 S. NobV. 

Deans Fielding, (col'd) lab. r. 295 E 

New York. 



Dcaringer Simeon, plasterer, r. 312 E. 

Georgia. 

Dears .Margaret, (wid.) r. 53 -Dacota. 
Death James C. traveling salesman, Scott, 

West & Co., r. Knightstown, Ind. 
Deaver Mary, (wid.) r. cor. Missouri 

and Walnut. 
DeBoss John, works Rolling Mill, bds. 

2.56 S. Tennessee. 
Decatur House, 328 E. Washington, E. 

Mcf'utcheon, proprietor. 
Decker Belle, servant, Palmer House. 
Decker Canrad, blacksmith, r. 248 N. 

Winston. 
Decker Eliz i, pastry cook, Palmer House. 
Decker S. H. elk., r. 309 E. Merrill. 
Deder William, lab., r. Michigan rd. out- 

sivie city limits. 
Dedert Wm. lab. C, C. C. & I. R. R., r. 

04 Michigan rd. 
Dedneen James M. tailor, r.27 Vine. 
Dedrick George, elk. P. 0. bds. 194 N. 

Illinois. 
Deer John, lab., r. 584 E. St. Clair. 
Deer Lewis, lab. 45 E. St. Clair. 
Deeiherg Frederica Mrs., r. 418 S. 

East. 
Deery Bridget, (wid. Edward) r. Jackson, 

nr. Christian av. 
Deery John, lab., r. Jackson, nr. Chris- 
tian av. 
Deffcnhack Jacob, carpenter, r. W. First, 
• car. Howard. 
Defriees M. M. asst. engineer, I. & St. L. 

R. R. Co., r. 10 Louisiana. 
Degenring Christian, salesman, r. 145 E. 

Washington. 
Dehart Austin, teamster, r. 27 Fayelte. 
Dellaven A.J. elk. Hume, Adams & Co., 

r. N. Pennsylvania, nr. Fonrih. 
Dellaven Jesse, plasterer, r. 330 S. Ala- 

Dehne Charles, (D. & Bros ) r. 65 S. East. 

Dehue Win. (D. & Bros.) r. 215 N. D.ivid- 
son. 

Dchner i Bros. (Wm. and Charles) flour 
and feed, 300 E. Washington. 

Dehoff Samuel, maclunisi, at Osgood, 
Smiih.'d V,n., r. 309 E New York. 

Deiei ling Jacob, liarberand rnz ir grinder, 
223 iMassacliiiseits av.. r. same. 

Deiich Charles, (Ik. bds. 173 E. Market. 

Deiieh Felix, merchant, r. 173 E. Market. 

Dei'ch Joseph, dealer in iiorses, buggies, 
etc.. r. 85 N. Alabama. 

Deiter Hans, hooi maker, r. 25 Biddle. 

Deitrichs Chas jeweler, (>6 N. Pennsyl- 
vania, r. 134 N. Pennsylvania. 

Deilrick Cliarles H., oik. 38 S. Illinois, 
lids 3U2 W. V..imont. 

Deitrick Charles W., fur dealer, 33 S] 
Illinois, V 3ii2 W. Vermont. 

Deitrich Louisa E. .\lis'», elk Trade Pal- 
ace, bds. 134 N. Pennsylvania. 



DEK 

DeKniglit Davi.i C, primer Seniiiiel of- 
fice, hds. 17 Kenlucky uv. 

Delnney Jolin, Inh, r. 384 S. Delaware. 

Del.in.y Michnel, lab., r. -JflS VV. Merrill. 

Deliiney Mioliael, railroiiJei', r. 135 N. 
No'ble. 

Deliinev Peter, works rolling mill, r. 511 
S. 'Tennessee. 

Delnney William, l.ib , r. 1 9 IFinb. 

DeUno Joel, cousuible, bJs. 1B4 W. Mary- 

Delb'ock "'iiHam, shoemaker, r. 238 E. 
Wiisliington. 

Delks Knuik N., teamster, r. 495 S. Il- 
linois. 

Dell Hilward, elk. 27 E. Georgia, r. 135 
E. Washington. 

DELL WILLIAM, (n.ilsch, Dick- 
son & D ) 1-. 13-5 E. Washington. 

Dell William H. A., bookkeeper, with 
MoKernan, bds. Union ball. 

DellefieUl Myer, wiih Kothchild & Co., 
r. -258 S. Delaware. 

Deller Frederick, house and sign painter, 
r. 184 N. Noble. 

Dellert .loha Charles, saddler, bds. G5 
S. East. 

DeLong E. L. Mrs., works Novelty works 

Uelong J M., cooper, r. 314 E Gcor Ja. 

Dcloo Eugene, stone cutter, r. 442 Vir- 
ginia av. 

Dcloo .John, machinist Eagle Machine 
Works r. Virginia av. near Cedar. 

Delzell Samuel, caplialist, r. 27(j N. Del- 

Demiiig Wm H., harness maker, r. over 

34b E. Washington. 
Demmy Erauk, pattern maker, r. 327 S. 

Eist. 
De.Moss I.eander. oheckman T. H. & I. R. 

R., r. 123 W. South. 
Demiitt John, carriage maker, r. 282 E, 

Ohio. 
DeMunn George T. railroader, r. Ill 

Meek. 
Denehan Patrick, railroader, r. 501 E. 

Georgia. 
DcNight t;lara Mrs., r. 17 Kentucky av. 
DeniuCaiherine Mrs., r.201 E. Maikel. 
Deiik Andrew, vinegar maker, r. 326 N. 

West. 
Denniger Daniel, carpenter, r. 437 N. 

Mississippi. 
Denning 0. H.. foreman paint shop, Shaw, 

l.ippencott & Conner, r. 17J Vir- 
ginia av. 
Dennett C. i. , foreman press room Sen- 
tinel ofHee, r. 18ti N.Tennessee. 
Dennett John, carriage maker, r. 282 E. 

St. Clair. 
Dennis Charles C, (Swing & D) 4 Mar- 

tindale'a blk. 



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BENHAM BRO'S, 



36 East Washington St., 
IRDIAKAPOUIS MANt;FAOTUINa CO.'S 

>> I A IV o s , 

tLEGANT IN Tune AND FiNiSH, 

1 'urnlDle in Const rnci ion. 



Dennis Francis M, sales! idy Josselya 
Bros & Co., bds. 52 N. Pennsilva- 

Dennis Israel L., r. 372 N. East. 

Uennis James iM.. artist, r. 140 N. Eisl. 

Dennis Joseph, chief engineer I. & V. R. 
R., bds Spencer hou.'fe. 

Dennis M. P, (J. W. Lines & Co.) bds. 
Sherman bouse. 

Dennis Peter, bricklayer, r. 26 Buchanan. 

Dennislon Sarah, domestic lilinJ Iiisti- 
tuie. 

DENNY A. P., attorney, 94 E Wash- 
ington, r. same. 

Denny James A, carpenter, bds. 189 N. 
Noble 

Denny Joseph, mill wright, r. 58 Fayette. 

Denny Koberl, claim agent, 38 E. Wash- 
ington, r. 73 E. (Cumberland. 

Denton Ansel, (Hansford & D.) bds. 87 
Union., 

Denselmau Henry, pianomaker, r. 185 
E Washington. 

Densmore Samuel, brakeman C. C. C. & I. 
R. R , r. 247 N. Davidson. 

Densner William, carriagemaker, bds. 
22.i E. Market. 

Denwiddie Ihigh painter, r. 342 N. West. 

Uepple Henry, grainer, r. 499 S. New 
Jersey. 

Deppell L, grocery and saloon, 557 Vir- 
ginia av., r. same. 

DePugli Henry, pastor, Broadway .M. E. 
C, r.325 N. Liberty. 

Derby Adrian, lab, r. 444 W. North. 

Derfield Myer, auctioneer, r. 258 d. Del- 
aware. 

Dergati John, lab , r. 37 Dougherty. 

Derham Henry E, cigar manufacturer, 
r. 29'.l N. East. 

DeEUITER D , wholesale oyster 
dealer, 65 o. Illinois, r. ■•Jaine. 

DeKuiter Ralph, with D. DeUuiter, 65 S. 
Illinois. 

Dersch Jtihn, lab, r. 157 N. Winston. 

Dervey W. 11., Iiiickiayer, r. 385 S. East. 

Di-schler John, western furniture Co., r. 
132 K. St Joseph. 

DESCHLER JOSEPH P., Saloon- 
keeper, 15 N. PeuusyUanw, r. 26 
Cheiry. 

Deshnng Jemima, (wid) dressmaker, r. 
461 E. Georgia. 

Depjardins Joseph, stairbuilder, r. 464 
Virginia av. 



DES 



60 



THE CHINA TEA STORES 

ARE ASIOXG THE 

Attractions of Indianapolis. 



Call and See Them before leaving the City. 



DeSoto Mutual Life Insuranee Company, 
Wilcox & Meaps State agents, No's 
3 and 4 Wiley's blls. opposite Odd 
Fellowrs Hall. 

Despa Ernst, painter, r. 50 Lockerbie. 

Despa Wilhelmina, midwife, r. 50 Lock- 
erbie. 

Dessar Joseph B. (Dessar Bros. cS: Co.) 
r. 213 N. Illinois. 

Dessar Lewis, (Dessar, Bro. & Co.) r. 
165 N. Alabama. 

Dessar, Bros k Co. (Joseph B., Lewis 
Adolwhers and David) wholesale 
clothiers, 60 S. Meridian 

Detroit Insurance Co., Detroit Michigan, 
K. E. Beardsley agent. 

Dever Charles, express driver, r. 248 S. 
Alabama. 

Dever George, elk. Adams express Co. 

Define William, tailor, r. 160 S. Noble. 

DeV.innish Collin T., gass litter, r. 219 
E. South. 

DeVinnish S., r. 219 E. South. 

Devoss Daniel, carpenter, r. 633 N. Mis- 
sissippi. 

Dewald Frank, elk. 45 E. Waihington, r. 
113 E. Washingion. 

Dewald Joseph, shoemaker, r. 230 Rail- 
road. 

Dewald Malhias, drayman, 27 E. Mary- 
land, r. 230 Railroad. 

Dewilt Henry, printer Sentinel office, r. 
37J P. Pennsylvania. 

Dial Frank A. conveyancer, 8 E. Wash- 
ington, r. 376 N. Tennessee. 

Dick A. E. with Josselyn Bros. & Co. 
bds. Bates house. 

Dicker Harriet, (wid James) r. 70 N. 
California. 

Dickerson John, r. Ninth near canal. 

Dickert Jacob, cabinetmaker, r. 220 N. 
West. 

Dickey James B., watchman, r. 47 
Dougherty, 

Dickinson Alice, elk., Paris Store, r. 145 
E. South. 

Dickinson Harry, works Schneider k Co., 
r. 33 S. Liberty. 

Dickinson Harry ff., brass finisher, r. 66 
S. Liberty. 

Dickinson James L., physician, r. 460 S. 
New Jersey. 

Dickinson John C, r. 235 E. South. 

Dickison Frank, (cold) lab., works 147 
W. Maryland. 



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Dickman Carl, saloon 208 E. Washing- 
ton, r. same. 

Dickman Charles, engineer T. H. & I. R. 
R., r. 42 N. New Jersey. 

Dickman Fredrick, Jr., carpenter, r. 91 
N. East. 

Dickman Wm., carpenter, r. 91 N. East. 

Dickson A., (Pettis, D. & Co ,) bds. Bates 

Dickson C. (C. D. & Co.) r. 279 W. Ver- 
mont. 

Dickson C. & Co. (C. D., W. E. and L C. 
DickFon) dealers in woolen factory 
findings, 49 N. Tennessee. 

Dickson George, hostler J. Landis, bds. 
106 E. Ohio. 

Dickson George, elk., 27 E. Georgia, r. 654 
N. Pensylvania. 

Dickson Geo. F., wagonmaker, bds. De- 
catur House. 

Dickson George W. (col'd) carpenter, r. 
225 W. Ohio. 

Dickson James (V. Butsch & D.) r. 554 
N. Pennsylvania. 

Dickson James B. (butch, D. & Co) treas- 
urer Academy of Music, r. 554 N. 
Pennsylvania. 

Dickson James C. (C. D. & Co.) r. 262 S. 
Missouri. 

Dickson James W., lab., r. 362 S. Mis- 
souri. 

Dickson John T., elk., rolling mill, bds. 
654 N. Pennsylvania. 

Dickson J. W., yard master Bunte & Dick- 
son, r. 196 N. Tennessee. 

Dickson Thomas M., bookkeeper with 
Bunle & Dickson, r. 29 Grant. . 

Dickson Wallace E. (C. D. & Co.) r. 110 
Indiana av. 

Dickson Wm. B., lumber yard, r. 196 N. 
Tennessee. 

Pifenbach Jacob, carpenter, r. — First. 

Diehl August, traveling agent T. F. 
Ryan. 

Dieter Ernest, shoemaker, r. 25 Biddel. 

Dietricha Charles, jeweler, 66 N. Penn- 
sylvania, r. 134 N. Pennsylvania. 

Dietrichs Charles W., r. 34 N. Pennsylva- 
nia. 

Dietrich Christian G., cabinetmaker, r. 
464 E. Market. 

Dietrichs M. Mrs., millinery, 68 E, Wash- 
ington, r. 34 N. Pennsylvania. 

Dietrichs William, sr., r. 34 N. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Dietrichs William, salesman, 33 E. Wash- 
ington, r. 34 N. Pennsylvania. 

Dietz Adam, grocer, 114 Ft. Wayne av., 
r. same. 

Dietz August, baker, r. 107 E. Market. 

Dielz Berhard, draughtsman, 19 Talbott 
& New's blk., r 171 N. Noble. 

Dielz Ferdinand, (D. & Reissner) r. N. 
Noble. 



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Dietz Frederick, (D. & Haug) r. E. city 
limits. 

Dietz J. (J. & L. D.) r. cor. Ft. Wayne av. 
and Delaware. 

Diolz L. (J, & L. D.) r. cor. Ft. Wayne av. 
and Alnbama. 

Pielz J. & L., proprietors, Star Grocery, 
cor. Ft. Wayne av. and Alabama. 

Dietz Sarah, (wid. H. W.) r. 7 Msssa- 
cliuselts av. 

Dietz Theodore, butcher, -works 17 S. Illi- 
nois, bds. same. 

Dietz Peter, proprietor Washington House, 
cor. West and Maryland. 

Dietz & Borsl, (F. D. & F. B^ meat mar- 
ket, 104 S. Illionois. 

Dietz Fred & Co., Wine and Beer Hall, 
13.3 E. Washington. 

Dietz & Hang, (F. D. & J. H.) saloon, 255 
E. Washington. 

DEITZ & REISNEK, (F. D. & A. R.) 
le.ilher, hides, oil and shoe finding, 
17 S. Delaware. 

Diggs John, bricklayer, r. 35 S. West. 

Dilt Ann.., (wid.) r. ■227 S. West. 

Dill E. 0., blacksmith, 107 S. Meridian, 
r. 121 Broadway. 

Dill G. (wid. Alexander H.) r. 328 N. 
Illinois. 

DillJames, r. 328 N. Illinois. 

Dill Jasper W., elk. 187 W. Washington, 
bds. 60 S. Pennsylvania. 

Dill John P., compositor. Sentinel office, 
r. 328 N, Illinois. 

Dill Josiah B. W., student, bds. 121 
Broadway. 

Dill Mary, (wid.) r, 753 N. Tennessee. 

Dillan Bridget Miss, r. 30 Willaid. 

Dillman George, lab., r. 11 D.icota. 

Dillm.in James, lab., r. 11 Dacota. 

Dillman Milton, carpenter, r. 755 N. Mis- 
sissif pi. 

Dillon Daniel, lab., r. 61 Maple. 

Dillon Levi, canvasser, r. Virginia av., 
nearly opposite St. Peters Church. 

Dillon Mary, servant. Palmer House. 

Dillon Sarah, (wid. Patrick.) r. 30 Wil- 
lard. 

Dillon Thomas, bricklayer, r. 29 Chath- 
am 

Dina Charles, wiper, C. C, C, &. I. R. R. 
simps. 

Dingelday Theodore, German and Eng- 
lish teacher, bds. 124 N. Alabama. 

Dippel Henry, works Jackson, Rider & 
Co. 

Dipper Henry, elk J. Deschler's, r. 425 E. 
Vermont. 

Dipppl John, carpenter, r, 365 E. New 
York. 

Dippel Joseph, lab., r. 195 North No- 
ble. 

Dirk Charles, blacksmith, r. 315 Vir- 
ginia av. 



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INDIANAPOLIS MANUFACTURING CO.'S 
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DISHON JAMES M., City Bill 
Poster, office Journal bidg., r. 222 S. 
Noble, 

Dishon William, with J. M. Dishon, Jour- 
nal bldg. 

Dishong Amos, fur trader, r. 676 N. Mis- 
sissippi. 

Ditto Edward, works M. Mason, bds. 207 
W. North. 

Diunzlraau Henry, pianomaker, bds. Cali- 
fornia House. 

Diver James, travelling merchant, r. 139 
N. Davidson. 

Dixon Emily C, ( wid.) r. 298 E. Georgia. 

Dixon Geoi'ge, wagonmaker, bds. cor. 
Washington and Noble. 

Dixon John, bookkeeper, Trade Palace, 
bds. 306- N. Delaware. 

Dixon Prophet, (col'd) porter. 5 E. Wash- 
ington, 

Dixon William, (col'd) cook, Sherman 
Hou^e. 

Dobbins Martin, meat market, 751 N. Il- 
linois, r. same. 

Dobbs C J., Sheriff Supreme Court, bds. 
Palmer House. 

Dobson James, helper, Roots Foundry, 
bds. Illinois House. 

Doehert Goodhart, stonemason, r. 175 
.Minerva. 

Dockweiler Jacob, engineer, C. C. C & I. 
li. R., r. 501 E. Market. 

Dodd Jcdin W. Secretary and Treasurer 
Indiana Cement Pipe Co., r. 214 N. 
Illinois. 

Dodd W. P., r. 214 N. Illinois. 

Uodds Elihu.pailernmaker, works Chand- 
ler & Taylor, bds. 146 Blake. 

DoJge Harry, railroader, bds. Bates 
House. 

Dodge Uufus, Messenger American .M. U. 
Express, bds. Spencer House. 

Dodson James, engineer, T. H. & I. R, R., 
bds. 151 W. Souih. 

Doenges 'Jasper, lab., bds., Emmenegger's 

Dcepfner Chns., justice of the peace, 

office, 68 E. Washington, r. 52 S. 

Alabama. 
Doerffel Mary Mrs., saloon and boarding 

house, cor. South and Illinois. 
Doerr George, boarding house, 267 E. 

Washington. 
Doharty Andrew, farmer and trader. 

Bluff road, outside city limits. 



, DOTi e 

H. H- LEE 

Makes a Specialty of 

CHOICE eoiiSErr zcio, 

OLD GOVERNMENT JAVA COFFEES. 



Dolierly Morris, lab., r. cor. Ueuton aud 
Maryland. 

Doha Peter, engineer, Philip Dohn, 240 
S. Meridiiin. 

Dohn Peier. l.ib, r. lo3 High. 

DOHN PHILIP, manuniclurer and 
de.iler in all kinds of household fur- 
niture, 2-1(3 S. Meridan, r. sime. 

Dokes .Mary, (wid. Jackson) r. 182 Doug- 
lass al. 

Dold Ferd , blacksmith, Engle Machine 
Works, V. 275 K xNew York. 

Dolmilsh Eugene, Si.lesman, 29 W. Wash- 
ington, bds. 2t) anu 28 W. Georgia. 

Dollen Thomns, lab., r. 214 Buchanan. 

Dolus John, Lib., r. 54 Uosbrook. 

Domeyer Charles. (Cook and D.) grocer, 
r. 312 E. Georgia. 

Doraon Jacob, lab., r. 414 S. Illinois. 

Domon Peter Einil, elk., California House, 
r. sanif. 

Domon Sport, hunter, bds. California 
House. 

Donahue Caiherine.donieslic.Rales Honse. 

Donahue D.iniirl, bnikeman, C. C. & I. C, 
R. R., bds 58 Benton. 

Donahue llonora, domestic. Bates House. 

Donahue Mary, domestic, Biites House. 

Donahue Patrick, w'ks Street R. 21. Co., 
r. 26 W I Hard. 

Donahue Timo hy, lab., r. 4S0 E. Georgia. 

Donaldson C. S. (0. S. D. and D. E. Stout) 
I.. J80 N. Illinois. 

Donaldson Edward, elk. 54 S. Meridian, 
bds. 180 N. Illinois. 

Donaldson J., machinist, Indiana Surgi- 
cal Institute, r. s.me. 

Donaldson Joshua, lab., r. 72 AV. Mary- 
land. 

Donal.lson & Stout, (C. S. Donaldson and 
D. E. Stout) wholesale deali-ra in' hats, 
cups, furs and straw goods, 54 S. 
Meridian. 

Donelly John, lab., r. C4 S. West. 

Donelly Joseph, blacksmith, bds. 265 S. 

DoUware. 
Donelly Michael, lab., r. 2 Rockwood. 
Donelly .\iichaid, lab., r. 246 S. West. 
Doiiey Robert, r 'j2 E. Market. 
DouicUer Paul, cabinetmaker, r. 102 

Coburn. 
Donnan Uarbarn, (wid. David) boarding 

house, 126 N. Tennessee. 
Donnan Theodore, s.ilesm«n 70 S. Meri- 
dian, r. 126 N. Tennessee. 



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Donnel John, lab., r. 553 E St. Clair. 
Donnellan Charles, lumber dealer, offica 
room 6 Blake's raw, r. 89 N. Dela- 
ware. 
Donnelly Finncis, groceries and provi- 
sions, 347 S. Delaware, r. same. 
Donnon Wallace, tinner Miinson & John; 

ston's, r. 126 N. Tennessee. 
Donoiigh Daniel K, ticket elk. Unioa 

Depot, r. 335 S. .Meridian. 
Donovan E., cabinetmaker, bds. Ray 

House. 
Donovan James, drayman, r. 360 W. 

North. 
Donovan. John, engineer, r. 13 Meek. 
Donovan Robert, bee culture, r. sw. cor. 

Tennessee and St. Clair. 
Donovan William, fireman C. C. C. & I. 
R. W. 

Donovan , (coVd) lab , r. 187 Elm. 

Dooley William, cooper, r. 43 Hellen. 
Doran George, turner, r. 21 Forrest av. 
Doran Henry, tinner D. Root & Co , r. 21 

Pine cor. Forrest av. 
Doran John, importer and wholesale 
dealer in linen, 56 S. Illinois, r. 
same. 
Doran .\I. W. E., cabinetmaker, r. 21 

Forrest av. 
Dorbecker Jacob, barber, r. 77 N. New 

Jersey. 
Dorbecker John, barber, r. 77 N. New 

Jersey. 
Dorland Mrs., dressmaker, 9 E. New 

York, r. same. 
Dorlton .Michael, lab., r. 391 S. Missouri. 
Doremus G. C., carringemaker Shaw L. & 

C, r. 217 .Miissachuselts av. 
Dorsey John W., miller, works Home 

Mills, bds. 147 W. Marylaid. 
Dorsey William, (Harden & D.) r. Doug- 
lass, ni. New York. 
Dorsey Robert S., elk. J. T. Layman & 

Co., r. U miles Be. of city. 
Dorsey Thuuras, contractor, r. 516 S. Me- 

ridi.n. 
Doty Harriet Mrs. r. S. Mississippi, nr. 

Rolling Mill. 
Dougherty Bernard, (M. & B. D.) r. nr. 

Underbill Mill. 
Dougherty Frnnk L.. spinner, Merritt & 

Coughlen, bJs. 272 W. Maryland. 
Dongheity John, r. 226 E South. 
Dougherty Mich.iel, (M.S B. D.) r. nr. 

Undeihill Mill. 
DOUGHERTY M. & CO. (M. D. & 
B.Muard I) ) tanners, w. of Canal, 
opposite Underbill .Mill, ss. city. 
Doughty George, wholesale liquor agent, 

r. 457 E. Geotgia. 
Doughiy John G., printer, r. 27 Indiana 

Doughty Lafayette, lab, r. 55 Colifornia. 
Douglass Andrew, lab., r. 323 S. East. 



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Douglass Uenj. W., eexlon St. Paul's Ca- 
ihtdral, r. 40 Ilosb.ook. 

Douglass George, bookbiader, bJs. liO 
W. New YoTk. 

Dongliiss Jiimes G. (Douglass & Conner) 
r. \29 W. New Vork. 

Douglass Jacob L. (eol'd) Inb., r. 12 Ash. 

Douglass Lizzie Alrg., ]39 W. Mar- 
ket. 

Douglass R. L, Stale aeent JEtnn Insur- 
ance CompHny, office yEina biiiUl- 
ing. N. Pennsylvania, r. 182 S. New 
Jersey. 

DongUss Samuel M. (Douglass k Con- 
ner) r. 129 W. New York. 

Douglass Satyre Miss, (col'd) teacher, 
bils. 79 Kenuicky av. 

DOUGLASS & CONNER, (J. G 
and S. M. Dougbiss and-A. (I. Con- 
ner) proprietors Daily and Weekly 
Journal, New Journal Uldg. 

Dow D., mailagent C. C. C. & I. R. R. 

Dowd John, lab., r. 178 Meek. 

Dowell William H., agent Wheeler & 
Wilson Sewing Machine, r. 2G8 W 
Vermont. 

Dowling Jumes, bib., r. 313 W. Merrill 

DOWIiING W. W., editor and pub 
lisher, office in Journal bldg., r. 488 
N. Mississippi. 

Downey Bridget, (wid.) r. 277 E. Oeor 
gia. 

Downey John, lab., r. 22 Hahn. 

Downey John, stonecutter, r. 277 E. Geor- 
gia. 

Dowhi-v J E. publisher, r. 13 W. North, 

Downey J. T. (Nickering & D.) r. cor 
West and Michigan. 

Downey Mrs. M. G. r. 241 Virginia av 

Downey W. B. letter carrier, bds. 52 N 
Pennsylvania. 

Downs Thomas, works, Rolling Mill, r, 
39 Maple. 

Downs Wm. (col'd) barber, 26 N. Penn- 
sylvania. 

Dox Jacob, confectioner, 107 E. Washing 
ton. 

Dox WilHam, salesman, 108 S. Meridian, 
bds. Spencer House. 

Doxey Ed. ©.salesman, Mayhew & Bran- 
hi.m, h.ls Sherman House. 

Doyle John, elk., r. 133 N. East. 

Doyle Mary .Miss, elk. Trade Palace, 
bds. 112 N. Meridian. 

Doyle T. R. elk. 33 N. Pennsylvinia, 
bds. Patiison House. 

Drake E. B. traveler, A. W. Sharpe, r 
148 Mississippi. 

Draper J. H. grocer, 213 E.Washington, 
r. 290 E. Ohio. 

Draper Minerva Mrs. (wid. J. M ) r. 05 
N. Missouri. 

Draper Thomas, porter. Wiles, Bro. & Co., 
r. 31 Market. 



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3G Ii:ast Wasblngton St., 

AGENTS FOB THE 

BUIiDETT OrJGAIV. 



Drapier W. H. verbatim repnner, office 
21 N. .Meridian, r. 236 N Mississippi. 

Dreansfield Ezra, works, Coitou Mill, r. 
236 Bbike. 

D/eher August, butcher, bds. 323 W. 
Washington. 

Dreher Maihias, (D. & Bollinger,) r. 82 
N. Liber(y. 

DEEHER & BOLLINGER, (M. 
Drehner and Jos. UolUnger), dealers 
in dry gnods and notions, 250 E. 
Washington. 

Drew Harry, cik.Terre Haule Depot, bds. 
88 Massaclni.ells av. 

Drew J. A. (Sullivan & D ) r. 88 Muss- 
chueels uv. 

DREW SAMUEL W. manufac- 
turer of carriages, buggies, etc. E. 
Market Square, r. same. 

Dreythuler William, saloon and board- 
• inghouse, 123 S. Illinois. 

Drifimeyer Henry, porier, 59 S. Meri- 
dian, bds 176 S. Noble. 

Driggs N. S. elk. Browning & Sloan, bds. 
Union Depol Dining Hall. 

Drinkoui Wm. lab. CC. .C. & I. R. R. r. 009 
E. Washington. 

Driscall A. E. Mrs. (wid. Wm. J.) r. 127 
Huron. 

Driscall Jerry, works. Rolling Mill, r. 272 
S. Tennessee. 

Driscall Wm. W fireman, I., C. & L. R. R., 
r. 63 Harrison. 

Droege Cliarles J. salesman, C. P: Wilder, 
bds. 23 S. Pennsylvania. 

Drolz E. (D. & Slieuhauer) r. 258 S. 
Pennsylvania. 

Drolz & Steinhaner, (E. D. and M. S.) In- 
dianapolis Tile Works, 136 S. Penn- 
eplvania. * 

Drout John, lab., r. 100 Elm. 

Drum Bobert, railroader, r. 22 S. East. 

Drummond Hugh J. baker, r. 257 
Henry. 

Drummond Thomas, Judge United States 
Circnil Couri, r. Cbicago III. 

DRUMMOND W. W. Attorney at 
Uw, bds. Hales lloi.se. 

Drummonds Joseph, dealer in wood, r. 
212 S. New Jersey. 

Dryer George W. feroiypist, 16.J- E. Wash- 
ington, r. same. 

Dryer James W. druggist, 343 E. Wash- 
ington, r. 244 N. East. 

Dryer Peter, blacksmith, r. 70 Elm. 



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THE CHINA TEA STORES i DUNLAP J. M. physician nnd sur- 
geon, room 2 McOuai's blk. Ken- 



Have tUe NAME of being the 
MOST ATTRACTIVE STORES IN THE WEST. 



No. 7 Odd Fellows Hail 
ACADEMY OF MUSIC COKIVEK. 



Dubiicli John, striker, Eaple Machine 
Works, hJs. e'i South Eiisl. 

Dudley William, (col'd) lab., r. 184 X. 
Missouri. 

Duecker Laura, (wid. John B.) r. 181 N. 
Noble. 

Duel S. mail agent, C. C. C. & I. R. R. 

Duff Alex. W. painter, r. ii07 Union. 

Duff E. W. p.iintcr, 197 and 199 S. Meri- 
dian, r. 207 Union. 

Duffaulx Louis F. pianomaker, bus. 2-59 
N. I.iberiy. 

Duffey James, lab., r. Si. Clair, bet. Mis- 
souri nud Fayette. 

Duffey James, lab. bds. 27 W. Mary- 
land. 

DnfTey James, sawyer, bds. Nngle House. 

Duffey John, tailor, r. 57 California. 

Duffey Michael, tailor, r. Clinton, bet. 
East and New Jersey. 

Duffey Patrick, lab. bds. Nngle House. 

Duffey Thomas, moulder, r. 87 Ann. 

DugHH Neal, saloon, 52 S. Illinois, r. GO 
O.ik. 

DUGAN THOMAS, boot and shoe 
manufaciurer, 130 S. Illinois, r. 305 
S. I-ennsylvani.a. 

Dumont Richard S. (D. & Uoberts) r. 125 
E. Vermont. 

Dumoni & Roberts, (R, S. D. & E. 
Roberts) boiler makers, cor. Missis- 
sippi and Louisiana. 

Dunbar M. dealer in boots and shoes. No. 
2 Palmer House, bds. 254 S. Peun- 
■vaniii. 

Dunbar Sarah Miss, r. 254 S. Pcnnsyl- 

Dnncan David, lab., r. 249 W. Michigan. 
Duncan John, bricklayer, r. 426 E. North. 
Duncan John S. (J. S. & R. B. D.) r. 

Nonh of city, on Fall Creek Gravel 

rd. 
Duncan R. B. (J. S. & R. R. D.) r. North 

of city, on Fall Creek Gravel rd. 
Duncan Thomas, shoemaker, r. 305 S. 

PennsjWnnin. 
DTJNCAN K B. & J. S. Attorneys 

at Law, 3 Blown 8 blk. N. Pennsyl- 

Duningberg J.ames, saloon keeper, 89 E. 

South, r. same. 
Duningberg George, speculator, r. 89 E. 

South. 
Dunlap John, lab. bds. 30J N. Pennsyl- 



tucky av. 

Dunlay h. M. D., r. 25 Virginia av. 

Dunley Charles, driver, American Ex- 
press Co., r. 35 Ellen. 

Dunlop John :?., (John S. D. & Co.) r. 288 
N. Pennsylvania. 

Dunlop Joshua, Rev. (col'd) r. 190 N. 
Missouri. 

Dunlop S. H. elk. J. S. Dunlap & Co. bds. 
288 N. Pennsylvania. 

DUNLOP J. S. & CO. general in- 
surance agents, 2 W. Washington. 

Dunmeyer Christian, ice dealer, r. 217 S. 

Dunmeyer Fred, drayman, r. 2(56 E. 
Oiho. 

Dunmever Sarah Mrs., Boarding house, 
217 S. Illinois. 

Dunn C. H., elk., 16 W. Pearl, bds. S. 11- 
liDois. 

Dunn George T. (D. and W.) r. 410 N. 
Tennessee. 

Dunn Jacob P. (Love and Co.) r. 410 
N. Tennessee. 

Dune John, elk., Bee Hive store, bds. n. 
N. W. C. University. 

Dunn John C, plumber and gasj fitter, r. 
544 N. Mississippi. 

Dunn R. G. & Co, mercantile agency, 
room 4 Blackford's blk. 

Dunn William, teamster, 24 W. Mary- 
land, bds. 79 S. West. 

Dunn William A , r. 77 S. Mississippi. 

DUNN & 'WIGGINS, (George F. 
D. and Percivial S. Wiggins) dealers 
in groceries, provisions, etc., cor. In- 
diana av. and New York. 

Dunning James H , pressman, w'ks Jour- 
nal,;bds. 104 N. California. 

Dunning Perry, contractor, r. 104 N. Cali- 
forni.a. 

Dunning Thomas, carpenter, r. 104 N 
Californiii. 

Dunicgton William, (col'd) plasterer, r. 
W. Fourth, bet. Tennessee and Mis- 
sion ss. 

Dunzelman Henry, pianomaker, bds. Cal- 
ifornia House. 

Dupee Josephine Mrs. (col'd) r. 247 N. 
West. 

Duphonie Sade J. Miss, school teacher, r. 
77 W. Second. 

Durant William S., cigarmaker, bds. 89 
Delaware. 

Durhon Aurelia Miss, bds. 577 S. Merid- 

Durbon C. R., pumpmaker, 197 and 199 
S. Meridian, r. 320 S. .Meridian. 

Durbon J. H., pumpmaker, 197 and 199 
S. Meridian, bds. South, nr. factory. 

Durbon K. L., traveling agent, R. A. 
Durbon, r. 577 S. Meridian. 



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DURBON R. A., proprietor, pump 
facloi-j, 197 and 190 S. Meridian, 
cor. South, r. South, nr. factory. 

DurboaW. F., bookkeeper, Jlurphy, John- 
son & Co., r. 346 N, Meridian. 

Durgin Lyman W., foreman, C, C. C. & I. 
K. R, shop, r. 45 Winston, 

Durham H. D. (Uhl and D.) r. 299 S. 
East. 

Durfield John F, (Shoemaker and D. ) real 
estate agent, 16J~£. Washington. 

Dury John, (D, and Hawk) r. 184 Massa- 

DURY & HAWK, (John D. and Vf. 
V. H.) dealers in boots and 'shoes, 3 
E. Washington. 

Dusner William, carriage wood workman, 
bds. 2-25 E. Market. 

Duvall David C, salesman, 38 S. Illinois, 
r. 159 N. Illinois. 

Duvall J. P., traveler, r. 2G0 Chestnut. 

Duwall E., lab., r. 337 S. Alabama. 

Duzan W. N, Dr., r. 418 N, Tennessee. 

Dwyer Michael W,, cupola tender. Green- 
leaf & Co. 

Dwyer Thomas, lab., r. 36 Kicking. 

Dwyer William, lab., r. 74 Bicking. 

Dwyre Edward,- lab., r. 24 Rose. 

Dwyre Thomas, lab,, r. Chesapeake, nr. 
canal. 

Dye John F, (I), and Harris) 8 and 9 Tal- 
bott & New's blk., r. country. 

Dye & Harris, (J. T. D. and A. C. Harris) 
attorneys and counselors, 8 and 9 
Talbott & New's blk., N, Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Dyer Frank P., salesman, E. C. Case, r. 
605 N, Illinois. 

Dynes Joseph A,, printer, r. 364 N. Mis- 
sissippi. 

Dynes L. G., printer, r. 304 N. Missis- 
sippi. 

EADES James M,, elk,, post office, r. 82 
W. Market. 
E»^an Daniel, l.ib,, bds. 55 Fayette. 
Eiigan Patrick, lab., r. 52 Fayette, 
Eagle John, express messenger, r, 205 

Eagle John D., letter carrier, bds, 338 N, 
Alabama, 

Eagle John H., grocery, sw, cor. Delaware 
and Fort Wayne av., r, 336 N, Ala- 
bama. 

Eagle W. 0„ elk., .7. H. Eagle, bds 330 N, 
Alabama. 

EAGLE BRASS WORKS, 94 S. 
Delaware, Stierle and Loeper, pro- 



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BENHAM BRO's7 

3G East WasIiinjs:ton St., 

STATE AOENTS 



EAGLE MACHINE WORKS 

cor. Louisiana and Jleridian, opp, e, 

end Union depot, 
Eaglen Isaac, lab., r. 113 N, West, 
Eaglen Lemuel, lab., r, 164 Patterscn, | 



INDIANAPOLIS MANUFACTURING CO.'S - 
PIANO S. 

Eaglen Nannie Miss, w'k's Indianapolis 

Cotton Mill, 'bds, 164 Patterson. 
Earl Simeon, shipping elk., Osgood, Smith 

& Co., bds, 370 N. West. 
Earley William A., traveling agent, r. 

213 N. Mississippi. 
Early Peter, lab,, r. 161 Stevens. 
Early James, p-jddler, r. over 280 E. 

Washington. 
Early Thomas, lab., bds. 34 Union, 
Early W. A., salesman, r. 220 S, East. 
Earnshaw Francis, cabinetmaker, bds. 

R.ay House. 
Earnshaw Joseph, (Burk E. and Co.)r, 257 

S. Pennsylvania, 
East Baptist Church, Noble, cor. South, 
Eastridge Elizabeth, (wid, George) r, 68 

Cherry, 
Eastridge Lotty Miss, dressmaker, r, 58 

Cherry; 
Eberhardt George, cabinetmaker, r, 322 E. 

Market. 
Eberline George, barber, 37 S, Illinois, 

bds, 23 Kentucky av. 
Ebert John, (E, and Owens) r, 209 W. 

South. 
Ebert & Owens, (John E, and B, F. 0.) 
whol, dealers in walnut lumber, 44 
Kentucky av, 
Ebertine George W., cabinetmaker, r, 117 

S, Illinois, 
EBERTS JOHN, collector Joseph 

Butsoh, r, 62 W, South, 
Ebert.? Orpheus, M, D., sup't, Indiana 

Hospital for the Insane, r, same, 
Ebner John, varnishmaker, r, 310 S 

East. 
Eccles, William, prop., Hoosier Store, 22 
W, Washington, r. 241 N. Ala- 
bama. 
Echols H, H., carpenter, cor, South and 

Delaware, bds. 314 E. Georgia. 
Echols William, conductor, C, &I. J. K. K., 

r. 177 Meek. 
Eck Joseph, moulder, Spiegl, Thorns & 

Co,, r, 502 E. Ohio, 
Eckels Edward, gunsmith, Samuel Beck, 

r. 278 E. Washington. 
Eddy Harrison, fireman T. H, & I. R. R., 

r. 250 S. Alissouri. 
Eddy Morris R., boo'kkeeper Ind. Nat. 

Bank, bds. Bates House. 
Eddy JI. W., brakeman T. H. & I. R, R, R.^ 
r. Cumberland, bet. Mitsoari and 
West, 



THE CHINA TEA STORES 

ARE LOCATED AT 

No. 7 ODD FELLOWS HALL 

ACADEMY OF MUSIC COKIVEK. 

SAME G"ODS.SAME PRICES atBOTH. 

Eden Charlton, pres't Builders and Man- 
ufacturers Association, r. 203 N, 
Pennsylvania. 

Eden Samuel C, superintendent Builders' 
and Manufacturers, Association, r. 
cor. East and Gregg. 

Edie Loriaa, (wid. James) r. ne. cor. 
Mississippi and Sixth, 

Edinger Fred., switchman, r. 13 Sharp. 

Edmunds William, (Hendricks, Edmunds 
& Co.) r. 222 N. Illinois. 

Edson U. A. Rev. pastor Second Pres- 
byterian Church, r, 157 N, Xennes- 
Eee. 

Edwards David, bricklayer, r. 211 W. 
Michigan, 

Edwards Edward, harnessmaker, 22 W. 
JIaryland, r. 122 N. Illinois. 

Edwards Edward, lab., r. 400 S. Tennes- 
see. 

Edwards J, V., elk., 49 N. Illinois, bds. 
Macy House. 

Edwards John, (col'd) plasterer, r, 31 
Harrison. 

Edwards Louisa Miss, works Indiancpo- 
lis Cotton Mill, bds, 572 Patter- 
Edwards Martha Mrs, (wid. John) board- 
ing house, 122 N. Illinois. 

Edwards Piichard, painter, r. 398 S. 
West. 

Egan E. C, cutter Treat & Claflin, bds. 
Pyle House. 

Egerton Charles, proprietor Lafayette 
House, 179 S. Meridian, r. same. 

Egger John, (E, & Muecke) r. 54 S. Ala- 
bama. 

Egger & Muecke, (J. E. and Wm. M.) 
house and sign painters, 152 E. 
Washington. 

Egger Annie Miss, servant Emenogger's 
Hotel. 

Eggert William Dr., 75 E, Ohio, r. same. 

Eggleston D. W., varnisher, r. 317 Wa- 
bash av. 

E'glus Frederick, cabinetmaker, r. 130 N. 
Noble. 

Ehrensperger Frank, salesman Vinnedge, 
Jones & Co., r. 266 N. Eist. 

Ehrick Wra., tinner, r 44 S. Illinois. 

Ehrismau Jacob, miller, bds. Union Hall. 

Ehrmann Louis, brewer Schmidt's Brew- 
ery, r. same. 

Eickoti' Henry, elk. 172 S. Illinois, bJs. 



• ELL ' 

Eighth Ward School House, cor. Vir- 
ginian av. and Huron, Miss Maria 
Jones, principal. 
Einhouse Charles, moulder Eagle Ma- 
chine AVorks, bds. 369 S. Illinois. 

Eismnn William, wiper, C, C. C. & I. R. 
R. shops. 

Eix Henry, s.nlesman 228 E. Washington, 
r. 84 Michigan Road. 

Elbert Samuel A. (col'd) medical student, 
r. 229 N. Tennessee. 

Elder Denjamin, sales stable, Court S't., 
r. Knightslown, Ind. 

Elder E. A , retail grocer, 52 N. Illinois, 
Miller's blk., r. 133 W. New York. 

Elder J., wngonmaker, r. 87 S. Liberty. 

ELDER JOHN E., pres't Carbon 
Block Coal Co, office 21 S. Pennsyl- 
vania, r. 150 N. New Jersey. 

Elder Maggie Miss, teacher First Ward 
schuol, r. 150 N. New Jersey. 

Elder Robert, wagonmaker, r. 87 S. Lib- 
erty. 

Elder Samuel, lab., r. 313 W. Merrill. 

Elder William G-, boarding house, 58 S. 
Pennsylvania, r. same. 

Eldridge Jacob, real estate agent, r. 71 S. 
Mississippi. 

ElflF Frank, barber, 135 S. Illinois, r. 273 
S. New Jersey. 

Elgin William Rev., r. 180 E. South. 

Elias William, (C. C. Hutchinson & Co.) 
r. New York City. 

Elias Henry, r. 26 Cherry. 

Elick Lucy, (wid. Jacob) r. 293 Win- 
ston. 

Elius C. H., engineer C. C. C. & I. R. R. 

ElliiDs Nancy, (wid.) r. 62 Bales. 

EUett Wilber, (cold) porter Browning & 
Sloan, r. 172 N. Illinois. 

Ellingwood Emily Mrs., seamstress, r. 
205 Huron. 

Elliott Byron K. (E. & Holstein) r. 22 
California. 

Elliott Calvin A., r. 180 N. West. 

Elliott Elizabeth, (wid. William) dress- 
maker, r. 225 W. Vermont, 

Elliott J. T. Judge, bds. Bales House. 

Elliott Jott, deputy sheriff, r. 77 N. 
Noble. 

EUioit John M., with T. F. Ryan, bds. 
Sherman House. 

Elliott Joseph T., elk. Recorder's office, r. 
22 Chatham. 

Elliott J. Perry, photographer, 8 li. 
Washington, r. 293 N. Delaware. 

Elliott M. M., with Wm. Sumner & Co., 
r. 268 W. Vermont. 

Elliott Ru.ssell A., assist, treas, I & St. L, 
R. R., r. 38 W. St. Clair. 

Elliott Sarah P. (wid. James S.) r. 268 W. 
Vermont. 

Elliott T. B. (E. & Berry) r. west end 
Michigan. 



ELL ( 

Elliott Wm. D., deputy county recorder, 
bds. 426 N. PeuDsylvania. 

Elliott Wm. J., county recorder, r. N. 
Tennessee, N. of corporation line. 

Elliott W. S., city distributing clli. P. 0., 
r. 98 N. East. 

Elliott & Berry (T. B. Elliott and D. M. 
-Berry) commericial brokers, '21 Cir- 
cle. 

Elliott & Holsfein (B. K. E. and C. T. II.) 
attorneys at law, 24i E. Washington. 

Ellis James, (cold) la'b., r. 8 Rhode 
Island. 

Ellis John S., elk. Millner & Sherwood, r. 
258 S. Meridian. 

Ellis Mary Miss, weaver at Geisendorff's, 
bds. Blake, bet. New York and 
Washington. 

Ellis Oscar, elk., 5 W. Washington, r. 
628 N. Illinois. 

Ellis Thomas, commercial traveler, r. 406 
S. West. 

Ellis Thomas, cupolo tender, r. 35 Brad- 
shaw. 

Ellison Fred., assist, paymaster I. & St. 
L. R. R., r. 682 N. Illinois. 

Ellmer John W., elk., r. 192 E. McCnrty. 

EUms Cornelius 11., engineer, r. 171 N. 
Davidson. 

Elstun W, J., SI. D., second assist, supt. 
Indiana Hospital for Insane, r. same. 

Eltzroth John, candyraaker, bds, 149 N, 
Delaware. 

Elvin Gardener W, (E. & Fox) r. 500 S. 
East. 

Elvin Thomas, lah., r. 337 S. Missouri, 

ELVIN & FOX, (G, W. E. and J. II. 
F.) house and sign painters, 58 N. 
Pennsylvania, 

Ely J. W., constable, r. 130 E. St. Jo- 
seph. 

Elyea Thomas, painter, r. 553 S. Meri- 
dian, 

Embers Thomas, (col'd) lab., r. N. Missis- 
sippi, bit. Sixth and Seventh. 

Embery Thomas, (cold) barber, r. N. 
Mississippi, 3d house from Sixth. 

Emda Wm., bartender, r. 120 N. Noble. 

Emelle Stephen, watchmaker, bds. Emen- 
cgger's Hotel. 

Emenegger M., saloon and hotel, 111 and 
113 E. Washington. 

Emerich Henry, cabiaetmaker, r. 109 N. 
Davidson. 

Emerich Henry, Secretary Glass Works, 
r. 224 W. Maryland. 

Emerson, John B., bookkeeper, bds. 239 
W. JIarket. 

Emerson Koswell B. (E., Beam & Thomp- 
son) r. 239 W. Market. 

EMERSON, BEAM & THOMP- 
SON. (11. B. E., David B. and Eli T.) 
manufacture doors, snsh, blinds, etc., 
225 and 229 W. Market. 



ENG 

BENHAM BRO'S, 

36 East Wasliing-ton St., 

SHBBT IMEUSZC, VIOLISrS, 

GTTITAES, STRINGS, &c. 



Emiel Christian, servant, 169 S. Tennes- 

Emmens Araminte, (wid. William) r. 51 
Maple. 

Emmons John B., sawmaker, bds. 51 
Maple. , 

Ender Anna Mrs. r. 327 S. Pennsylvania. 

Endleman Chris., machinest, r. 312 N. 
Noble. 

Endleman Fred, machinest, r. 312 N. 
Noble. 

Engine House, No. 1, (steam iire) ss. 
Washington, bet. West and Califor- 
nia. 

Engine House No. 2, (steam fire) cor. 
Massachusetts av. and New York.' 

Engine House No. 3, (steam fire) ss. 
South bet. Delaware and Alabama. 

Engass H., tailor, 113 S. Illinois, r. same. 

Engelhardt F. M., boot and shoe dealer, r. 
28G E. Washington, r. same. 

Engelke John, salesman, r. — S. Meri- 
dian. 

Engle George B., jr., agent T. H. & I. R. 
R.,r. 80 S. Tennessee. 

Engle J. W. (E. & Hunt) r. Plainfield, 
Indiana. 

Engle John, moulder, bds. 458 E. Geor- 
gia. 

Engle S. S., traveling agent, Ward's 
Portable Gas Light, bds. 80 S. Ten- 
nessee. 

Engle Theresa, (wid.) r. 97 Bates. 

Engle Willis D., cashier T. H. & I. R. R., 
bds. 80 S. Tennessee. 

Engle & Hunt, (J.W. E. and D.H.) dealers 
in stoves and tinware, r. 405 N. Ala- 
bama. . 

English Benjamin, works Aldrich & Gay, 
r. 38 Center. 

English D. W., printer. Commercial Of- 
fice, r. 35 N. Blake. 

English Dora I. Miss, bds. 35 N. Blake. 

English Orlondo F., printer, works Jour- 
nal office, bds. 35 Blake. 

English W. H., elk. Empire saloon, r, 21 
E. North. 

English W. H., President First National 
Bank, r. 48 Circle. 

Enioger J. J., machinest, Surgical Insti- 
tute, r. same. 

Enler Anna Miss, house servant, r. 232 
Railro.ad. 

Enler Margaret, (wid. Philip) r. 232 
Railroad. 



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TEAS, COFFEES & SUGARS, 

AKE THE SAITIE EACH DAY 

As are quoted in the 
CINCINNATI DAILY PAPERS. 

Enners Henery, bricklayer, r. 287 Mas- 
saohusfltts av. 

Enners Mena, (wid. Philip) r. 287 Mas- 
sachusetts av. 

Ennia Lewis, teamster, bds. 297 N. AVihs- 
toa. 

Ennis Lewis, r. 367 N. Noble. 

Eiinis William, saloon, r. 369 N. Noble. 

Enos B. H., draughtsman, r. 397 N. Ala- 
bama. 

Enos 13. V. (E. & Hubner) r. 397 N. Ala- 
bama. 

Enes T. H. K.. bookkeeper, Browning & 
Sloan, r. 23(3 S. Alahama. 

EISCOS & HUBNEE, ( B. U. E. and 
H. K. H.) architects, rooms 1 und 2 
Elens blk. E. Market. 

Ensey John, engineer, C. C. C, & I. R. W. 

Ensey Samuel, fireman, C. C. C. ^ I. R. 
R. 

Entwistle George W., works cotton mill, 
r. 33 Blake. 

Eoff S. A., commercial traveler, r. 42 W. 
Second. 

Epler John, manufacturer of varnish, r, 
310 S. East. 

Eppert Frank, teamster, r. 297 N. Ala- 
bama. 

Erbacher John, wagonmaker, bds. Globe i 
House. j 

ERDLEMEyER FRANK, dealer 
in drugs, medicines, etc, 
W.'ishingtOD, r. sume. 

ERHARt FRANK, bnkery and 
confectionery, U".: S. Illinois, r. same. 

Erickson John, cabinetmaker, r. 117 S. 
Illinois. 

Ernsherger frank, salesman, r. 266 N. 
East. 

Ernst Fred, varnisher, bds. 173 Union. 

Ervine Oliver, medical student, bds. 139 
N. Alabama. 

Esamann Joseph, milk man, r. 3iO Chest- 
nut. 

Escher William, varnisher, r. Ill Spring. 

Eschmeier J. H. Rev., r. 41 N. Alabama. 

Essigke August, meat market, 29.5 £. 
Washington, r. same, 

ESSIGKE RICHARD, iMeat Mar- 
ket, 170 S. Illinois, r. same. 

Essmann Louis, elk. 183 S. Illinois, bds, 

ESSMANN WILLIAM, proprietor 

Illinois House, 183 S. Illinois, 
Etherton Samuel, carpenter, r, 23 Center, 



Estler Theodore, bricklayer, r. 360 E, St. 
Clair. 

Eurich Adam, lab,, r, 204 E. Court. 

EURICH JOHN L., proprietor St, 
iNioholals Saloon, 17 N. Illinois, r, 
Madison av„ beyond cily limits. 

Eubank Rowland R., carriagepainter, r. 
cor. Tinker and Pennsylvania. 

Euwic J. H,, real estate agent, r. 129 Mas- 
sachusetts av. 

Evans Able, r. 1C9 Jackson. 

Evans Andrew, macttinest, r. 239 Massa- 
chusetts av. 

Evans A. S,, salesman, 112 S, Meridian, 
bds, Sherman House, 

Evans B. F., physician, 20J N. Delaware. 

Evans David, works rolling mill, bds. 
169 S. Tennessee. 

Evans G. T., (J. E. Robertson & Co.) r. 
548 N. Meridian. 

Evans George A., bookkeeper, 75 S. Meri- 
dian, r. 259 Virginia av. 

Evans H. C, leltercarrier, r. 78 Huron. 

Evans Henry, W., w'ks I. C & L. car shops, . 
r. 2-5 Lord. 

Evans Isaac P. (Evans & Co.) r. Rich- 
mond, Ind. 

Evans John J., shoemaker, r. 243 S. Mis- 
sissippi. 

EVANS JOHN D., Auditor of State's 
office in State building, r. 49 School. 

Evans Joseph R. (I. P. Evans & Co.) 
r. 360 N. Alabama. 

Evans I. P. & Co. (1. P. E., J. R. E. and 
W. R. E) manufacturers of linseed 
oil, 124 S. Delaware. 

Evans Lucinda, (wid Edward) seam- 
stress, r. 203 N. Noble. 

Evans Maria, (cold, wid. James) r. 311 
Massachusetts av. 
91 E. I Evans Rob., bricklayer, r. 476 N. Meridian. 

Evans Thomas, circuit minister. United 
Brethern church, r. 166 N. Liberty. 

Evans Thomas, brickmason, r. 496 N. 
Mississippi. " 

Evans William R. (Evans & Co.) r. 23 
Ft. Wayne av. 

EVENING COMMERCIAL, pub- 



ihed by the Comtuercial Company, 
ne. cor. Washington and Illinois. 

Everts Evert, blacksmith, glass works, r. 
nr. glass works. 

Everett Edward, gasfitler, 70 N. Illinois, 
r. 524 N. .Mississippi. 

Everett P. E., gas and steamfilter, w'ks 
70 N. Illinois, r. 340 N. Delaware. 

Everett S. A., carpenter, bds. Pattison 
House. 

Everling Amos, teamster, r. 38 Center. 

Everling Mary .Mrs. (wid. John) r. 228 
W. Ohio. 

Ewaid William, blacksmith and wagon- 
maker, cor. Noble and .Massachusetts 
av., r. 10 Arch. 



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Evfing Albert, railroader, r. 131 E^. South. 

Ewing ClaytoQ, (col'd) lab., b^a. 135 
Bright. 

EWIN G DAVID, physician, 33 Vir- 
ginia av., r. same. 

Ewing Henry, 39 S. Illinois, bds. 215 N. 
Mississippi. 

Ewing William, carpenter, r. 215 N. Mis- 
sissippi. 

Ewing William JI., trunkfinisher, 39 S. 
Illinois, r. 215 N. Mississippi. 

Ewinger J. R., insurance agent, r. 177 N. 
Tennessee. . 

Exhert J. W., mailagent, C. & I. J. R. R. 

EXCHANGE STABLES, William 
Hinesley, proprietor, 35 N. Illinois. 

Exler lab., r. N. Pennsylvania bet. 

Fourth and Fifth. 

Extoleen Thomas, lab.,rolling mill, r. 42-1 
S. West. 

Eyman J. H., manufacturer of boots and 
shoes, lU N. Illinois, r. Cumberland 
bet. Canal and West. 

F ACKER JOHN, lab., r. 315 S. Penn- 
sylvania. 

Fagan B. B.(F., Ross & Co.) agent Button- 
hole Sewing Machine, bds. Macy 
House. 

Fagan Charles, stonecutter, r. 26 Center. 

PAGAN, BOSS & CO., (B. B. F. 
■ and J. H. Ross) general agents But- 
tonhole over-seaming Sewing Ma- 
chines, 18 N. Delaware. 

Fohla Henry, machinist. Eagle Machine 
Works, r. 127 E. Merrill. 

Fahler Henry, lab-, r. 313 N. Noble. 

Fahnley Fred., r. 86 N. Illinois. 

FAHNLEY & MeCREA, (F. F. and 
K. H. McCrea) importers and jobbers 
of millinery, straw and fancy goods, 
131 S. Meridian. 

PAHRBACH PHILIPP, proprie- 
tor Washington Hall aud Academy 
of Music Saloons, r. Washington 
Hall. 

Fahrion Christian, cabinetmaker, r. 363 
N. Noble. 

Fahrion J. George, dealer in wheat, rye, 
buckwheat. Hour, baled hay, etc., 
etc., ftO and 92 E. South, r. same. 

Fahy E. (C. C. Hutchinson & Co.) bds. 
Bates House. 

Fairbanks J. J. (F. & Co.) r. 153 N. 
Tennessee. 

Fairbanks S. E. (F. & Co.) r. 163 N. 
Tennessee. 

Fairbank Philip, plasterer, r. 9 Coburn. 

Fairbanks & Cs., ladies' furnishing goods, 
22 W. Washington. 

Faley James, w.iiter, Depot Dining Hall, 
r. 223 W. Washington. 

Falkonbach John, carringesmith, r. 187 
N. Liberty. 



BENHAM BRO'S, 

3G East Wasliinston St., 

PIANOS, ORGANS, 3IUSIC. 

Best Goods ! Lowest Prices I 



Falkenbach Wm., blacksmith, r. Wash- 
ington, cor. East. 

Faloud Valantine, carpenter, r. 299 E. 
Merrill. 

FALLON J. J., delivery clerk, Daw- 
son & Scribner, r. 374 S. Illinois. 

Fancis S. Z., brakeman, C. C. & I. C. R. 
R., r. 585 E. Washington. 

Faries Sallie Miss, teacher, r. 226 Mer- 
rill. 

Farimg Fred., machinist, bds. E. Wash- 
ington. 

Farley Michael, w'ks rolling mill, r. 6 
Willard. 

Farley Richard, lab-, r. W. Second bet. 
Howard and Lafayette Railroad. 

Farman Francis, stonecutter, r. 149 W. 
South. 

Farmer A. B , grocer and produce dealer, 
251 N. Illinois, r. 81 W. Walnut. 

Farmer Albert, fireman, C. C. C. & I. R. 
R., r. 212 N. Noble. 

Farmer Jerome B., w'ks C- C. C. & I. R. 
R. car shops, r. 212 N. Noble. 

FARMERS' & DROVERS' HO- 
TEL, West Indianapolis, Robert 
Turbeyville, proprietor. 

Farnsworth Thomas, r. 431 N. Tennessee, 

FARNS WORTH, T. W., physician, 
21 1 W. Maryland, r.- same. 

Farr Henry L., foreman, moulder, Green- 
, leaf & Co., bds. 310 S. Illinois. 

Farra John J., sergeant, U. S. Arsenal. 

Farrall Mary, (wid, John) r. 169 N. Da- 
vidson, 

Farrar John, boot and shoe manufacturer, 
101 W. Washington, r. same. 

Farrell C. J, Miss, dressmaker, r. 79 N. 
Pennsylvania. 

Farrell 0. Fergus, porter, r. 77 AV. St. 
Clair. 

Farrcs Milton, carpenter, r. 179 N. Noble. 

Farrow James F. (oo'ld) painter, r. 122 S. 
Benton. 

Fatout J. L. (J. L. & M. K.) bds. Pal- 
mer House. 

Fatout M, K. (J. L. & M. K.) r. 238 N. 
West. 

FATOUT J. L. & M. K-, contractors 
aud builders, shop, Wood, nr, old La- 
fayette freight depot. 

Faucett A. H., shipping elk.. Singer Sew- 
ing Machine Co., r, 230 W. Ohio, 

Faulkner Eugene H., drives steam fire en- 
gine, r. w. end Washington. 



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Teas, Coffees, Sugars & Spices 

DIUECT FUUM THE 

Importers and Refineries, 
HIS CUSTOMERS TWO OR THREE PROFITS. 



Faulkner Joseph H,, sup't, Howe, Con- 
verse (S Co., r. w. end Waghinglon, 

Faut Fred., glass factory, r. 222 N. KasI, 

Fuwkner John E. (F, & Co.) r. 3a8 W, 
Washingion, 

Fawl^ner & Coanely, (J, E. F, and Robert 
C, ) whol. and reiail dealers in coal, 
coke, lime, plaster, cement, etc, 24 
W. Maryland. 

Fast E, E,, bookkeeper, J. II. Vagen & 
Co., bds. Palmer Ilotise, 

Fay Amos F., with G. F, Adams & Co., r. 
265 N, East, 

Fay John J,, bookkeeper, Mears & Lilly, 
r. 26 S, .Mississippi. 

Feary Charles, bds, 318 E. North. 

Feary Henry J., printer. Sentinel job 
rooms, r. 12'.! Stevens. 

Feary Jeremiah E., carpenter and builder, 
r. 318 E, North. 

Feary John J., cigarmaker, w'ks 39 W. 
Washingion, r 182 N. Missouri. 

Featherstun James G., grocery cl k., r. 380 
N, New Jersey. 

Featherston William E., auction and com- 
mission, 19-1 W. Washington, r, 1(55 
Massachusetts av. 

Feeaer J C, saddler, bds., 23 California. 

Fehr Christian, carpenter, r. W, Seventh, 
bet. Tennessee and Illinois. 

Fehring Ernst, w'ks Cabinet Makers' 
Union, bds. E. Washington. 

Fei Conrad, lab., bds, 473 S, Illinois. 

Fei Henry, lab., r, 48o S. Illinois, 

Feibelman Charles R. L,, elk., r. 17 Lock- 
erbie. 

Feiblemau C, B,, traveling agent, John 
Sweetser, r, 229 S. Delaware, 

Feibleman Leopold, salesniam. Hays, Ro- 
senthal & Co., r. 17 Lockerbie. 

Feiel August, w'ks American Express Co., 
r. 48 Madison av, 

Feihr Henry, tailor, bds, California House, 

Feiner Julius, lab,, r, 23d N, Winston, 

Felbaum William, engineer I. C. & L. R. 
K, r. 200 W. North. 

Feldkamp K. W., bookkeeper, r . 306 E. 
Washington. 

Feller George Jr., fireman Depot Dining 
Hall, r. 226 E. Washington. 

FELLER GEORGE, watchmaker, 
226 E. Washington, r, same. 

Feller John, bell boy, I'almer House. 

Felterner Henry, bootmaker, r. 396 S. 
Delawara. 



Feltman Herman, shoemaker, r. 396 S. 
Delaware. 

Fellpusch Conrad, lab., r. 426 E. Ver- 
mont. 

Feltpusch John, lab , r. 108 W. Davidson. 

Femile Andrew, moulder, r. 428 S. Mis- 
souri. 

Fendrick Jacob, tinner, bds. 179 S. Me- 
ridian. 

Fenley Theodore A., bricklayer, r. 36 
Orion. 

Fennesy John, lab., r. 128 S. Tennessee. 

Fenton Bridget, servant, I'almer House. 

Fenton Franklin, sawmaker, r. 131 E. 
St. Soseph. 

Fenton John, proprietor Fenton house, 
124 S. Meridian. 

Fenton John, machinist, works Greenleaf 
& Co., r. 124 S. .Meridian. 

Fenton Kate, servant. Palmer house. 

Ferber August, grocery, 419 S. West. 

Ferchvachl Ernst, cabinetmaker, r. 338 
Virginia av. 

Forger Charles, bakery and confectioner, 
98 E. South, r. s^ime. 

Ferguson A. V. (wid) r. 122 N. Dela- 
ware. 

Ferguson Clements A., dealer in watches 
Jewelry &c., 7 W. Washington, r. 
cor. seventh and Meridian. 

Ferguson E. H., bricklayer, r. 463 N. 
Meridian. 

Ferguson George, carpenter, bds. Nngel 
house. 

Ferguson Kilby, lumber dealer, r. 251 
E. McCarty. 

Ferguson John A. (AV. J. Holiday & Co.) 
r. 270 N. Tennessep. 

Ferguson J. C. (J. C. F. & Co.) r. 139 N. 
Meridian. 

Ferguson James, E., bookbinder Senti- 
nel office, bds. Macey house. 

Ferguson J. F., bricklayer, bds. 463 N. 
Meridian. 

Ferguson J. C. & Co. (J. C. F., E. B. 
Howard and N. M.Neeld) pork pack- 
ers and commission merchants, Geor- 
gia Western terminus. 

Ferguson N. W. (White & F.) r. 155 N. 
Illinois, 

Ferguson Rezin, elk. Trade Palace, r. 
loo N. Illinois. 

Ferguson Robert, plasterer and cistern 
builder, r. 27 W.Pratt. 

Ferguson Thomas, lab, r. 61 Dacota. 

Ferguson John A. (J. W. Holliday & Co.) 
r. 270 N. Tennessee. 

Ferguson William, elk., 61 N. Illinois, 
bds. 270 N. Tennessee. 

Ferl John, wagonmaker, r. 396 S. Il- 
linois. 

Ferling George, barber, shop cor. Meri- 
dian and Washington, r. 124 E. 
Maryland. 



FER 

Fern Frank, machines!, works Cliiindler 
& Taylor, bJs. 126 N. Missisiippi. 

Fernesay John, helper C. C. & I. C. R. R. 
shops. 

Ferning Williiim, r. 53 Harrison. 

Fernon Henry, lab. rolling mill, r. 458 
S. West. 

Fernon James, lab, r. 39!) S. West. 

Ferrall Joseph, grocur. r. 241 Indiana av. 

Ferrall Patrick^ lab, r. 241 Indiana av. 

Ferree F. M. & Co.. mannfoolurera of 
medicines, 81 E. Market. 

Ferree Louis, lab, r. 296 Blake. 

FERREE F. M., physician, propri- 
etor and manutaotiirer Ferree Quick 
Cures, bl E. Market, r. 369 N. New 
Jersey. 

Ferrell E. J , Tailor, r. 2oJ Massachu- 
setts av. 

Ferretler James, lab., Benton, nr. Meek. 

Ferris Henry E., engineer, r. 226 E. 
Merrill. 

Ferry Jane, (wid) r. 26 Gregg. 

Fertig Francis, painter, bds. California 
House. 

Fertig Fr.iuk, house and sign painting, 
21 S. Meridian, r. 65 W. South. 

Fesler James M , carpenter, cor. South 
and Delaware, r. 216 S. East. 

Fesler William 13., carpenter, r. 512 S. 
Meridian. 

Fesse Earnst, works glass works, bds. 
Union Hall. 

Fetherling William, lab, r. 199 N. East. 

Fette Arnold H., harnessmaker, r. E- 
Court bet. New Jersey and East. 

Fetlee Charles, michiiiit, r. 25 S. Ala- 
bama. 

Fette George, repairer and scourer, 88 
Virginia av., r. 123 Duncan. 

Feyh Henry, (wid E. Miners) r. 484 S. 
Illinois. 

Fibleman C. D., travelling agent ,T. 
Sweetser, r. S. Delaware. 

Fidei Simon, saloon 211 W. Washington, 
r. same. 

Fieber William, bookkeeper, Schmidt's 
br-ewei'y, r. 359 S. Alabama. 

Fiel Augustus elk. Am. M. U. Exp. Co., 
r. 43 Madison av. 

Field David, street car driver, r. 336 E. 
Washington. 

Field Dexlei-, railroader, r. 336 E. Wash- 
ington. 

Field E. S. (Merrill & F.) r. 613 N. lUi- 

FIELD, LOCKE & CO., (E. S. 

Field, E. Locke and B. Scanlon) pr-o- 
prietnrs Caledonia Paper Mill, office 
265 W. Washington. 

Fields William, lab. r. over 343 E. Wash- 
injton. 

Fieldig" David, lab. bds. 27 S. New Jer- 
sey. 



FIS 



BENHAM BRO'S, 



36 East Wash! 



BENHAM'S MUSICAL REVIEW, 

MONTHLY, $1 00 PER ANHUM. 



Fifer Jemi 

Dough 

Fifer Will 



e, helper, bds. 147 S. Mis- 
Miss, dressmaker, r. 2] 
I bootmaker, bds. Globe 



Filbeck Sena Mrs., r. 11 Buchanan. 
Filer Samuel J., salesman, Bowen, Stew- 
art & Co., r. 117 N. Illinois. 
Finby R., bds. Bates House. 
Finch Flora Miss, teacher Ninth Ward 

school, bds. 286 E. Ohio. 
Finch TobiusM. attorney, 6 and 7 Talbolt 

and New's blk, r. 286 E: Ohio. 
Fineh John A., attorney, 6 and»7 Talbotl 

and New's blk., r. 286 E. Ohio. 
Fink Mary Mrs. (wid.) r. 51 E. Mc- 

Carty. 
Finley Bartlett, (col'd) lab., r. 263 N. 

West. 
Finley J. J., r. 748 N. Pennsylvania. 
Finn Bridget Mrs., (wid) r. 80 Maple. 
Finn John, lab., r. 33 Dougherty. 
Finnegan Daniel, works Am. Ex. (?o., 

bds. 217 S. Illinois. 
Finnegan William J., messenger, Am 

Ex. Co., bds. Spencer house. 
Finnel John W., elk. 144 S. Alabama 

bds. Cumberland bet. Alabama and 

New Jei-sey. 
Finney Jasper, salesman, Murphy, Johni 

ton & Co., r. 430 Virginia aV. 
Finter Franklin, sawmaker-, r. 131 Si 

Joseph. 
Finter F. R., baker, 117 Ft. Wayne ai 

r. same. 
First English Lutherinn Church, cor 

Alabama an.d New York. 
Fischer Charles, G., cooper, r, 123 Spring 
Fiscus Andrew J., brickmason, r. 339 N, 

East. 
Fiscus Frank, bricklayer-, r. 415 N. East, 
Fiscrrs J. R., brickmason, r. cor. Ch 



Plu 



Fiscus Tho 



W. 



rickr 



280 E 



am, bricklayer, r. 1 
(wid. Samuel P.) 



367 N. 
lann & 



Fiscus W 
Fish Edi 

East, 
Fish Frant 0. colleclor, J. S, 

Co , r. 367 N. East. 
Fish J. G. messenger-, Unite 1 States Ex 

press Co. bds. National lioiel. 
Fish John L. bookkeeper, 129 S. Meri 

dian, r. 78 E. Pratt. 



FIS 



72 



THE CHINA TEA STORES 

Accurate VieWiS and [Scenes 
CHINESE tIFE AND SCESIEKV. 

Call and see them before leaving the City. 

Fish Wm.'S. printer, News Office, r. 367 

N. East. 
Fishbick Chorles H". salesman, 125 S. 

Meridian, bJs. cor. Illinois and Wal- 

FISHBACK JOHN, dealer in hides, 
leather, oil aiid belling, I'ij S. Meri- 
dian, r. 351 N, llliuoie. 

Fishbach W. O. bookkeeper, 125 S. Meri- 
dian, bds. cor. Illinois and Walnut. 

Fishback William P. (Porter, Harrison & 
F.) r. E. Washington, nr. cily limits. 

Fisher Wm. A. r. 255i E. Wasliington. 

fisher Andrew, salesman, (J7 and (39 W. 
Washington, r. 40(3 N. East. 

Fisher Benedict, barber, Union Depot, r. 
18'J S. Illinois. 

Fisher Charles, elk. Moody Bros. bds. 21 
I.uliHna av. 

FISHER CHARLES, Justice of the 
Peace, room 4 Yohu's bik., r. 20 W. 
North. 

Fisher Franklin, stonemason, r. 160 

* Buchanan. 

Fishei' George, boot and shoemaker, 119 
Ft. Wayne av., r. same. 

Fisher Henry, machinist, r. 72 E. Mary- 
land. 

Fisher Henry, blacksmith, bds. Califor- 
nia Hause. 

Fisher Jacob, painter, Shaw, L. & Co. bds. 
Fenton House. 

Fisher John, bartender, .Palmer House 
saloon. 

Fisher John, barber, 366 Virginia av., n 
same. 

Fisher Louis, elk. 56 S. Meridian, r. 184 
Virginia av. 

Fisher Louis, miller, w'ks White Rose 
mill, r. 40 W. Louisiana. 

Fisher Surah Mrs,, dressmaker, 114 S. 
Meridian, r. same. 

Fisher William, r. 26 W. North, 

Fisher William, butcher, bds. 257 E, 

Washington. 
Fisler James, carpenter, r. 216 S. East. 
Fistner William, machinist, Vater & 

King's, bds. 146 W. Maryland. 
FITCH D. H., prop. Empire saloon 
and restaurant, 23 N, Illinois, r. 



FLE 

Fitzgerald Emanuel, lab., r. 156 Meek, 

Fitzgerald Isaac, stone cutter, r. 158 
Blackford, 

Fitzgerald John, turner, r. 399 S, Dela- 
ware, 

Fitzgerald Joseph, chairmaker, r. 158 
Blackford, 

Fitzgerald Mary, domestic. Bates House, 

Fitzgerald Maggie Miss, domestic, Spen- 
cer House. 

Fitzgerald Patrick, lab., r. 71 Fayette. 

Fitzgerald Philander, clk„ 62 K. Wash- 
ington, up stairs, bds. 103 S, New 



r, 228 W, Mer- 
S. Maple, s. 



rsey. 



Fitzgerald William, la 



Fitzgerald William, lab., : 

city limils. 
Fitzgibbon John, lab., bds. 426 S. Tennes- 
see. 
Filzhugh Lee M., elk.. Murphy, Johnston 

& Co , r. ne. cor. Illinois and Pratt. 
Fitzpatrick Joseph, carpenter, r. 240 W. 

New York, 
Fitzpatrick Rev., r. Dougherty. 
Flack Samuel, carpenter, r. 2(3 Thomas. 
Flagan Joshua, lab., r. 18 Vinton, 
Flaheity James, printer. Journal office, 

bds, 329 W. Maryland. 
Flaherty John, lab,, r. 690 N. Illinois. 
Flaherty William, w'ks rolling mill, r, 12 

Willard, 
Flaig D., joiner, r. 503 S. Tennessee. 
F;aig H., w'ks Jackson, Pvider & Co., bds. 

503 S. Tennessee, 
Flaig M, v., carpenter, r. 136 N. New 

Jersey, 
Flanigan W. L., baggage master, C, & I. 

J. U, R. 
Flanner Orpha A. (wid. Henry B.) r 17 

Flannery Kate, servant, Ray House, r. 
same. 

Flatley Patrick B, lab., r. 39 Bright. 

Flathers J. D. (Berry & F.) r. 151 Maple. 

Fleger Jacob, carpenter, r. 181 N. David- 
son. 

Fleischman L., moulder, r, 246 Massachu- 



Fleilz Chailes, blacksmithshop, 487 S 

Meridian, r. same. 
Fleming L. W,, salesman. New York 

Store. 
FLEMING GEORGE H., city gas 
inspector, room 9, Miller's blk., bds. 
24 W. New York. 
Fleming John, press feeder, r. 199 W. 

Maryland, 
Flenner M, B,, conductor, C. & L J. R. R., 
bds. Spencer House. 

Fitch Iciilius D., carriage trimmer, S, W. j Fleper Jehu, bookpeddler, r. 295 Co- 
Drew, burn. 
Fitchey Michael G„ carpenter and build- j Fleshman Laurence, w'ks Vater & King, 
er, r. 79 N. California. j r. 264 Massachusetts av. 



FLE 



Fletcher All)erl U. (Flelchev & Sliarpe) r. 
42!) N. Peiinsvlviuii,!. 

rLETCriER'S BANK, 30 E. Wnsh. 
insilon, S. A. Fli'lclier, sr., and F. JI. 
CliiircliniiUi, prnprieuirs. 

Flelclier Uislmp, lab., rolling mill, bJs. 
231 W. Smiili. 

Flelclier Calvin, w'ks rolling mill, bds. 
308 Chestnut. 

Flelclier Cliarles W., lab., r. 7i N. Lib- 
erty. 

Fletcher ('ornelius, (col'J) lab., r. rear SB 
Uinailw.iv. 

Fletciier Klizalipth, (wid. John) (ailoresa, 
r. 308 Chestnut. 

Fletcher H. T. liev., r, 250 N. Delaware. 

Fletcher H. T., bookkeeper, 32 S. Merid- 
ian, r. ISO E. Market, 

Fletcher Ingram. (Fletcher & Shnrpe) r. 

Fletcher James J. bonkkneiier, 22 S. Me- 
ridian, bds. <i5 Virginia av. 

Fletcher John, leanister, r. 2!i| E. Ohio. 

Fletcher l.ucinda. { wid. ) r. 72 N' Lilieiiy. 

Fletcher I,. W. (Wheat, Fletcher & Co.) r. 
Franklin, Ind. 

Fletcher Mary ( wid.) dressmaker, r. 129 
N. Ulieity. 

Fletcher Masnri, enptinecr, C. C & I, C. R. 
II, bis. 58 Uenton. 

Fleming I'etcr, drayman, r. 480 E. Geor- 

FLETCHER E. F. (D, E. Snyder & 
Co.) jzen'l iusuiance agent, r. 477 N. 
Teanessee. 

FLETCHER S. A.. Sr. (S, A. 

Fleich r& Co.) r. 180 E. Ohio. 
Fletcher S A., jr., pres't, Indi-napolis 

Gaslight and Coke Co., r. College av , 

nr. Forest lloin>'. 
Fletcher S. J., elk., Fletcher's Bank, bds. 

180 E. Ohio. 
Fletcher .Mrs. V. (wid.) r. 240 E. Ohio. 
Fletcher Walker, w'ks rolling mill, bds. 

308 Chesiniit. 
Fletcher William, v. 320 Virginia av. 
Fletcher William U. (F. & Wright) r. 105 

N. Alabama. 
Fletcher Z., cabinetmaker, bds 189 E. 

Market. 
FLETCHER & -WRIGHT, (Wra. 

li. F. and C. E. W.) i.hvsiciaus and 

surgeons, 107 N. Alabama. 
Fletcher & Sharpe, (1. Fletcher, A. E. 

Fletcher and Thos. II. Sharpe) hank- 
ers, sw, cor. Washington and I'enn- 

syvania. 
Flike Andrew, carpenter, r. cor. North 

and West. 
Flinn Dorn, teamster, r, 21 Dougherty, 
Flinn 13. P., painter, Munson & Johnston. 
Fling Davis, expressman, r. 95 Bradshaw. 
Fliun J. M. Capi,. traveling agent, T, F. 

Ryan, r. Shelbyville, Ind, 

7 



73 FOO 

BENHAM BRO'S, 

36 I^ast Washington St.) 

Pianos, Organs and Melndeons Tuned, 
MiveH aid Rsaaire'. 

Flinn 'Ihoinas, gas fitter, 33G S, I'ela- 
ware. 

Flock ner Jacob, barber, r. 273 S. New 
Jersey. 

Flood John, thoemakcr, r. 232 W, Geor- 
gia. 

Flood Wm. ir., printer. Sentinel Office, r. 
70 Indiana av. 

Flowers Naomi, (wid. Washington) r. 248 
W. .\la,ket. 

i^nyd I.oliie, (wi.l.) r. 75 Lockerbie. 

Floy, I M. II. (Fortner F. & Co.) r. 2G9 E. 
South. 

Floyd Thomas, (cold) barber, r. 190 W. 
Washiriptrn. 

Flynn D-, works gas works, r. 227 Union. 

Fl^nn l)>-iniis, ilasterer and biicklayer, 
r. 09 Maple. 

Fngariy Joh;., lab., r. 498 E, Georgia, 

Fogle Frederick, r. 2C0 N. Winston. 

Fuland Valentine, cabiuetmakee, r, 299 
E. Meriill. 

Foley Henry, engineer Eagle Machine 
'Woiks, r, 127 K. .Merrill, 

Foley J. W. (M. & F.) bds. I'lye House, 

Foley Michael, works Noveliy Woiks. 

Foley Patrick, works Novelty Woiks, 

Foley Patrick, lab., r. 128 N. Winston. 

Foley Patrick, yard master, C. C. & I. C. 
H. H., r. 2ij4 E. Louisiana, 

Foley Patrick, lab., r. 93 Fayette. 

Foley Thomas, works Novelty Woiks. 

Foley Timothy, blacksmith, r. 39 Mud, 

Folev W. W,, physician and surgeon, office 
53 Indiana av,, bds. P^le House, 

Folkennig C H., with McCord & Wheat- 
ley, r, 21 Coburn, 

Folkeniiing Henry, with McCord & 
Whealley, r. 21 Coburn. 

Folkert Melchior, dealer in groceries, pro- 
visions, etc., 674 N, Mississippi, r, 
same, 

Folley Tim., helper C, C. & I. C, R. R. 

Folsom E. S., general agent Phoenix Life 
Insurance Co., 14 Talbott & New's 
blk., r. 134 Broadway. 

Folsom J. J., roadmaster L B. & W. Rail- 
way, r. 171 Madison av. 

Foltz Eliza Mrs,, r. 231 W. South. 

Foltz n. M. (Olin & F.) r. 279 N. Ala 
bama. 

Foncannon Rose Miss, seamstress, bds. 
439 S. Illinois. 

Foos Angeline Mrs., r. room 10 Fatout's 
blk. 



FOO 
H. H. LEE, 



74 



FRA 



Teas, Coffees, Sugars & Spices, 

No. 7 ODD FELLOWS HALL 

AND 
ACADEMY OF BI PSIC COKNEK . 

Foot Charles, machinist, bds. Macy 

House. 
Foot Marin, (wid.) r. 18 E. Michigan. 
Forbes Joseph R., watchmaker and jew 

eler, 34 Virginia av., r. 244 Virginia 

ay. 
Forby C. H., manufacturer of trunks and 

valises, 109 S. Illinois, r. 34 S. Illinois. 
Fo-d Alonzo, bds 78 S. Illinois. 
Ford Eliza T. Miss, teacher Fifth Ward 

School, r. 188 W. Ohio. 
Ford Henry, elk., r. 225 N, Mississippi. 
Ford Ivin, carpenter, r. 149 N. Winsion. 
Ford John, grain dealer, r. 188 W. Ohio, 
Ford Lews, lab., works City Hospital. 
Ford Michael, shoemaker, r. cor. Camp 

and Pratt. 
Ford Phebe, (wid. James) r. 73 S. Illi- 
nois. 
Ford P. D. Miss, bds. 28 S. Illinois. 
Ford Stephen, bootmaker, r. cor. Pral 

and Camp. 
Ford Will N., elk. G. P. Tuttle, Tea Store, 

bds. 188 W. Ohio. 
Fargus Wellington, elk. Trade Palace, 

bds. Shtrmiin Ilouse. 
Farley Sarah L., dress and cloakmaker, 

34 S. Illinois, r. same. 
Forsulhes E. J., painter, r. 499 S. New 

Jersey. 
Fortenboiigh James M., telegraph opera- 
tor, r. 71 S. CMlifornia. 
Fortner A. J. (F., Floyd & Co.) Ids. 40.j 

N. Pennsylvi\nia. 
POKTNER, FLOYD & CO. (A. J. 

Former, W. H. Floyd, J. D. Evans 

and D. R. Brown) whol. notions, 75 

S. Meri lian. 
Forwald John, wiper I, C. & L. Shops, r. 

314 N. Noble. 



Foster T. H., photographer, A. R. Miller, 

r. 172 S. Illinois. 
Foster Wallace, (Smith & F.) r. 20 E. 

Pratt. 
Foster William N., mechanic, r. 71 Jack- 
son. 
FOSTER & WIGGINS, (R. S, F. 
and J. P. W.) whol. grocers and cora- 
missioa merchants, 68 and 70 S. 
Delaware. 
Foudray John E. (Wood & F.) r. in coun- 
try. 
Foudray John, jr., harnessmaker, r, 215 

N. New Jersey. 
Fourth Ward School House, cor, Michi- 
gan and Blackford. 
Foust C. J., salesman, bds. 352 N. New 

Jersey. 
Font Henry, teamster, r. 349 N.Winston. 
Fowler Benjamin, railroader, r. 77 Da- 
vidson. 
Fowler Harry, photographer at A. R. Mil- 
ler, r. 1'} Virginia av. 
Fowler James P., hardware, 203 Massa- 
chusetts, r. same. 
Fox Arthur B., bookkeeper, J. G. Han- 

ning, r. 584 N. Mississippi. 
Fox Bernard, r. 70 Hoshrook. 
Fox Ellen, 'wiJ. Michael) boarding house, 

199 W. Maryland. 
Fox James, engineer rolling mill, r. 140 

E. McCarty. 
Fox J. H. tElvin & F.) bds. 103 S. New 

Jersey. 
Fox John, bartender Louis Lang, r. 70 

Hoshrook. 
Fox Jtidson, lab., bdg, 30J S. Pennsylva- 
nia. 
Fox Martin, barkeeper Spencer House 

saloon, r. 318 N. East. 
Fox S. R., assistant secretary Surgical 

Insiiiiite, r. same. 
Foxcroft Francis, carriage painter, r. 8G 

Eddy. 
Foxworthy John, merchant, r. 45G E. 

M.nket. 
FOY OWEN, Agent Milick's Patent 
Vapoi- Burner, 74 Virginia av., r. 88 
.S. Benton. 
Foster A, S., foreman boiler shop Eagle j Frailey Joseph, conductor T. II. & I. R. 

Machine Works, r. 38 S. Illinois. j R', r. 10 Henry. 

Foster Chapin C. steward Indiana Insti- I Francis Bros. (H. N. G. and A. E. F) 
lute for Deaf and Dumb. j fruit and oyster dealers, 07 S. Illi- 

Foster Dietrich, lab., 220 Union, | nois, r. same. 

Foster K. J. (Hume, Adams & Co.) r. 339 I Francis George W., clerk Francis & Co., 

N. Pennsylvania, I bds. 138 K. New York. 

Foster George, carpenter, r. 367 S, Mis- j Francis Hillman, lab., r. Howard bet. 

souri, I Third and Fourih 

Foster John B., railroader, r, 76 S. Ben- j Francis Jnmes, (Francis & Co.) r. 138 E. 

ton. New York. 

Foster R., bnker, 12 S, Meridian, r. same, j Francis James B., tinsmith, r. 271 Indi- 
Foator Robert S., Ciiy Treasurer, also, F., ana av. 

Wiggins & Co, r. 352 N. New Jer- Frances William, (Caldwell &. F.) r. 61 S. 
Bey. I Illinois. 



FRA "t 

Franoi3 & Co. (James F. and J. H. Ci-nig) 
coal dealer's, cor. Market aud Canal. 

Frank Adam, cabinetmaker, bds. 270 
E. Washington. 

Frank Amos J., works rolling mill, bds. 
11 Willard. 

Frank Andy, baggageman, r. 170 Union. 

Frank Dietrich, varnisher, r. 112 Centon. 

Frank Francis,, sleeping car conductor, 
I. P. & C. R U., bds. Sherman House. 

Frank George H., engineer, C. C. & I. (\ 
R. R. 

FRANK JAMES, Real Estate Agent, 
35J E. Washington, r. 4tjl N. Ten- 
nessee. 

Frankem I. L. (I. L. & Co.) bds. 235 N. 
Illinois. 

Frankem Jonathan, r. 249 N Illinois. 

Frankem I. L. &. Co. (I. L. F. aud Joseph 
Kline) dealeis in stoves and house 
furnishing goods, 31 E. Washington. 

Frankensieiner Jacob, delivery elk., o2G 
S. Delaware. 

Franklin U. Rev., rector Christ Church, r. 
6.5 Circle. 

Franklin Benjamin, student, bds. 268 E. 
Si. Clair. 

Franklin G. E., notary public, office. No. 
3 .(Etna bldg., r. ue. cor. Tinker and 
Illinois. 

Franklin William, (col'd) whilewashcr, 
r. 161 Indiana av. 

Franks Jessie J., lab., r. 127 Indiana av. 

Franks John, w'ks Cyrkit & Sons, bds. 
73 Kentucky av. 

Frantz Jacob, porter, 25 S. Meridian, v. 
Clinton nr. Vermont. 

Franzman Amelia, (wid.J r. 292 E. Mar- 
ket. 

Frash Walter E., printer, Commercial 
office, bds. 95 N. Meridian. 

Frnuer Albert, speculator, r. 28 N. East. 

Frauer Herman E., drug elk., 246 E. 
Washington, r. 224 E. Ohio. 

PRAUER I. C, druggist, 246 E. 
Washington, r. :i24 E. Uliio. 

Frauer Rudolph, (F., lieiler & Co.) r. 265 
E. New York. 

FRAUER, BEILEK & CO. (R. F., 
J. S. B., and F. Roltler) saddles, har- 
ness and saddlery hardware, 109 E. 
Washington. 

Fruzee John W., lab., r. 303 N. Dela- 
ware. 

Frazee Samuel E., paymaster Indianapo- 
lis & St. Louis R. R., r. 167 N. 
Illinois. 

Frozen Agusta, welldigger, r. 34 Thomas. 

Frazier Henry, engineer C. & I. J. 11. 11., 
bds. 52 Fletcher av. 

Frazier John, carpenter, r. 271 E. Mar- 
ket. 

Frazier Thomas, plumber J. G. Hanning, 
bds. Richmond House. 



j FRE 

BENHAM BRO'S, 

36 East Wasliignton St.> 

AGENTS FOR THE 

BURDETT ORGAN. 



Frazier William, carpenter, 38 Center. 
Fredrick John, fireman C. C. & I. C. R. 

R , bds. 113 Benton. 
Frederick John, shoemaker, r. 2 Oelsen- 

dorff. 
Fredericks George, brickmoulder, r. 14 

Bates. 
Fredricks Godfrey, lab., r. 9 W:llard. 
Free Frederick, mechanic, r. E. Cum- 
berland. 
Free Herman, cabinetmakers Union, bds. 

125 E. Washington. 
Free John M., cabinetmakers Union, r. 

25 Cook. 
Freeman George \V., elk. 40 S. Meridian, 

r. 330 N. Alabama. 
Freeman Henry, machineBt, Eagle Ma- 
chine Works, r. 137 Union. 
Freeman H. C, travelling agent, bds. 

Spencer House. 
Freeman Joseph, moulder Eagle Machine 

Works, bds. 344 S. Pennsylvania. 
Freeman Joseph W.. carpenter, C. C. & I. 

C R. R, r.56S. Noble. 
Freeman Laura C, seamstress, Indiana 

Institution for Deaf and Ditmb. 
Freeman Lesh R., operator W. U. Tel., r. 

104 Massachusetts av. 
Freeman Madison, (col'd) cook. Bates 

House. 
Freeman Mary Mrs., r. 320 N. Delaware. 
Freeman Michael, pattern maker. Eagle 

Machine Works, r. 343 S. Pennsyl- 
vania. 
Frees Mary Mrs., r. 27 S. New Jersey. 
Freidman Joseph, peddler, r. 117 W. Mo- 

Carty. 
Fiesdorflf Frederick, cooper, r. 400 W. 

North. 
Fremont Henrv, machinist, r. 137 Union. 
FRENCH C. C, watchmaker, 13 N. 

Meridian, r. 594 E. Washington. 
Frendleman Christian, wiper C. C. C. & 

1. R. R. shops. 
Frendleman Frederick, wiper, C, C. C. & 

I. R. R. Shops. 
Frentz John Peter, carpenter, r. 222 N 

Noble. 
Frenzel John P. city tannery, cor. Wash- 
ington aud Davidson, r. 48 N. 

East. 
Frenzel J. P. jr. bookkeeper, Merchants' 

National Band, bds. 48 N. East, 
Frenzel 0. N. messenger, Merchants' Nr- 

tioual Bank, bda. 48 N. East. 



FRE 76 

H. H. LEE 

HAS BUT 

ONE PRICF, SELLS FOR CASH, 

And Guarantees all Goods 

Sold at the China Tea Stores, 

To be as Represented. 



FUR 



Frese Cliarles, (Chuvles Frise & Co.) bds. 

27 W. Geoigii.. 
Frese Cliiii-les & Co. (C. F. and 0. F. 

Hahn) wliolesiile iind retail de.ilei s 

in liardwiiie, cullery, etc., 27 W. 

Washington. 
Frese Paul, woiks, Fishback's Tannery, 

r. FouKh, bet. L. K. R. and Canal. 
Frey Adolidi, superiniendeul Guieuberg 

Piilil. thing C.-.., r. 87 N. Noble. 
Frey Kr^nk, talesman. Over & Co. bds. 

7'J N. Alabama. 
Freye William, brass finisher, r. 3S5 S. 

Delaware. 
FBICK JOHN, groceries, provisions, 

diV pools, I'ic. c..r. iMatsacliuselis 

nv" and M. CbLir. 
FricU Tcier, c 

au'l t^t. C 
Flick I'hillip 



■icke 
bds 



. Massachuselts av. 

3. same. 

ner, r. 15 S. Ala- 

nry, elk. 27 W. Washington, 



Fricker Jacob, (Schmtdel & F.) r. 300 
Mori is. 

Fridley S. J. (wid ) r. 103 E Michigan. 

Friccii" Henry, ealooii, W. Indianapolis 

Friedag John .M. caipeuter, r. 204 N. 
1!. R. 

Fried^cn Cornclins, boot and shoe dealer, 
3(i W. Washinglon, r. 3B N. t.s:. 

Freidgen C. II. ilyeing and cleai.iug, 41 
N. Illinois, r. 123 W. Market. 

Frink E assi.-lanl suj.eni.ifndent. 
Union Noveliy Wnrk-s .Manulactur 
iiig Co., r. 4'il N. Ti-iinesseo. 

Frink II. S. ni.cliiniM. 27 iN. Pennsyl- 
vania, r. a^-i S. Uelaware. 

Frink J II.. r. ur,i S. Uelawarc. 

PRINK S. C. PifSidenl Union Nov- 
eliy Works Mannlaciuring Co, r. 
47U N Illinois. 

Fritche Louis, cabinet maker, r. 271 
Massacliuselis av. 

Frilcbe Charles, elk. C. Vonegut, bds. 4G7 
N Delaware. 

Frilz Charles L. salesman, 21 W. Wash- 
infiion, r. 137 .Massachusetls av. 

Frizzeil Allei,, carpenier. r. 751 N. West. 

Fioalking Frederick, bds. 4(J'J N. New 
Jei>ev.' 

Frohlich "William, bricklayer, r. 103 
High. 

Fromeyer Henry, salesman, 32 S. Meri- 
dian, r. 134 iN. ^Mississippi. 



Froniholte Peter, works, Schneider & Co., 

r. 407 S. Meridian. 
Fromlet Peter, chair maker, bds. Court 

Sirvet Boarding House. 
Froschaiier Adam, lib., r. 518E. Wash- 

Froschauer Casper, slonemason, r. 228 S. 

New .lerscy. 
Frost I!, elk. 5'J W. Washington, r. 72 E, 

Maiket. 
Frost Homer M. conductor, J., M. & I. 

R. R. bds. Depot Dining Hall. 
Frost Taylor D. commercial traveler, bds. 

72 E. .Market. 
Fruici.ti iciiie 11. school teacher, bds. 82 

James. 
Fry Albert, works, 21 and 23 E. Pearl, r. 

77 W. Souili. 
Fry Frank, salesman.' (E. Over & Co.) r. 

79 N. Alabama. 
Fry .Monroe, barl.er, r. 79 W. South. 
Fry .Mrs boarding house, 201 N. Illinois, 

r same. 
Fry W. II. (Maxwell, F. & Thurston) r. 

721 N. Meridian. 
Knchs I'hi ip. lab., r. 219 Coburn. 
Fuercheniclit Albert, works. Cabinet 

JIaker's Union, r. 330 Virginia av. 
Fiierchenicht Ernst, works. Cabinet 

Makers Union, r. 338 Virginia av. 
Fuersl Chailes, liooimaker, «01 S. Dela- 
ware, bds. same 
Fugatc J. L. (J. H. Vagen & Co) r. 103 

W New York. 
Fuger August, bookkeeper. 111 E. Wash- 
Fuller '"liiiima, (wid. William) r. 133 W. 

Kifih. 
Fullmer Charles U.. machinist, C. C. & I. 

C. R. I!., r. 110 Rates. 
Fulmer D. S., silverplater, r. 227 E. Mar- 

kft, 
FULMER FREDERICK, !>ilver- 

jilacer, 30 Virginia av., r. 127 E. 

Maiket. 
FuUon Har:nan U, elk., T. II. & I. R. R., 

bds. ir-2 N. .Meridian. 
Fulton Homer; ^works American M. U. 

Express Co', v 214 Union. 
Fulton F. L, cabinetmaker, r.2l4 Union. 
Fulton W. II., pianomaker, r. 151 N. 

Winston. 
Fultz J. W., lab, r. 11 Willard. 
t'linke F. W., stocking manufacturer, 90 

K. Washiiig.on, r. same. 
PUNKHOUSER D. (Jameson & F.) 

pbvsician, r. 40 N. Mississippi. 
FunneflB A. F., r. 00 N. California. 
Fiiigason Albert L., Snpei iutendent. 

Cooper shops, 123 S. NoOle 
Furgasou Cha.«., fireman, C. C. & I. C. R. 

R., r. 325 E. Ueorjiia. 
Furman J. liyron, wiili M. 0. Tracy & 

Co., r. 225 E. Market. 



FUR 

Farniis John, piopiielor Quaker Store, 

r. 518 N. Ueliiware. 
Furnicb W. W., ciirpenter, r. 173 E. 

Wnsliington. 
Furrell Annie, domeatic, Bntes House. 
Fussier , cooper, r. tiU California. 

GABEL CONRAD, works OsgooJ & 
Smilli's, r. 19tj N. Noble. 

Giibcl Henry J., works Western Furni- 
ture Co., r. '21 Morrison. 

Gabel Jacob, tiuplaie worker, bds. 75 N. 
Illinois. 

Gaden Armsled, (cord)lab., r. W. First, 
nr. Howard. 

Gage Mary, twid. James) r. N. Tennes- 
see, bee. Foiirih anil Fil'tli. 

GAHM JOHN, groceries and saloon, 
190 Indiana av., r. same. 

Gaillier George, (colM) lati., r. 9 Athon. 

Gailick E. C iG. & Collins) r. U73 N. 
Meridian. 

Gailick & Collins, ( E. C. G. and — Col- 
lins) nianufaciurers pig iron, office 
McKernan'a b!k. 

Guinea 1". O, elk, bds. Neimnn House. 

Gaillier Tliomas, (col'd) waiter Macy 
House. 

Galbiaiih Arlliur, s.alesman New York 
Store, r. 47 N. East. 

GALE C. C, supl. Indianapolis Di- 
vision C. C. C. & I. K. li., i: 370 
Massachusetts av. 

Gale John, lab, r. 81 N. Liberty. 

Guleveu llanora, (wid. of il. A.) r. 169 
N. Davidson. 

Galelioiise James E., travtling agent L 
Q Sliei wood, bds. 5-36 N. lllinoia. 

Galivan Michael, lab., r. H8 S. Noble. 

Gail Albert, (G. & Rush) r. 217 E. Ohio 

Gall E. F., elk. F. P. Uush, bds. G7 N. 
New Jersy. 

Gall Kliz.ioeth, (wid. John) r. 19 Rus- 
sell. 

Gail Caroline, (wid. A. D) r. 67 New 
Jeii-ey. 

Gall &, Rush, (C. Rush and A. Gall) car 
pets, Wall paper, etc., 101 E. Wash 
iii(!ion. 

Gallajiher Frank, lab. rolling mill, bds 
231 W. South. 

Gallagher Michael, wiper I. C. & L. 
Shops. 

Galbigher P , salesman New York Store 
Ids. 31 W.Ohio. 

Gallagher Patrick, pedler, r. 330 Rail- 
road. 

Gallagher Patrick, lab., r. 279 S. WesU 

Gallagher John, lab., r. 23li Massucou- 
seits av. 

Gallagher P. M., salesman, r. 261 Vir- 



77 GAR 

BENHAM BRO'S. 

3G Uast Washinstou St-i 

KEEP 

THE VERY BEST 

VIOLIN AND GUITAR STRINGS. 



Gallatan Sarah, (cold, wid. Albert) r. 73 

liright. 
Gallmeyer Conrad, carpenter, r. 170 

Stevens. 
Gallup E P. (W. P. & E. P. Gallup) r. 78 

N. Tennessee. 
Gallup W. P., (W. P. & E. P. Gallup) r. 

78 North Tennessee. 
Gallup W. P. &"E. P., commission mer-- 

chanle, agents Fairbauk's Scale, 43 

and 45 N. Teuuetsee. 
Gambold llioinNS, with Wm. Spotts, r. 438 

S. Meridian. 
Garaerdiiiger Jacob, blicksmilh, r. GoO E. 

Washiiigion. 
Gamiliiiger Jacob, blacksmith, C. C. C. & 

I. K. R., phops. 
Gamniouds 41. (ool'd) lab., r. Tennessee, 

N. of tcvenih. 
Gankle Jacob, bellmaker, r. 125 S. Mer- 
idian. 
Ganeberg Fred, baggage master, Union 

depot, r S. Liberiy. 
Ganseliold Frederick, cabinetmaker, r. 

164 S. Noble. 
OanterCassean, confectionery and bakery 

233 E. Washing'on, r. same. 
Ganler Daniel, machincsl, r. 311 E. 

Washington. 
Ganter John, painter, r. 311 E. Wash- 
ington. 
Ganler Sarah Mrs, news depot, 311 E. 

Washington. 
Gapin Philip .M. (G. & Catherwood) r. 

Bluff id S. oily limiis. 
GAPfiJS & CATBERWOOD, (P. 

ftl.Oapeii Huil J. I'ailiei wood) whole- 
sale deiilers ill wines and lii|iiors 

118 S. Meridian. 
Garalin D^miel, lab., r. 70 Railroad. 
Garber Henry, boarding house, 80 S. 

Delawaie. 
Garbison James, lab., r. 29 Jones. 
Gariug Frank, lab, r 19 Willnrd. 
Gardner Perry, (col'd) lab., r. W. Second 

near l.af. R R. 
Gardner Joseph, foreman at R. L. & A. 

W. McOuat, r. 118 Indiana av. 
Gardner l.otia, (widj saiustress, r. 357 E. 

Market. 
Gardner Wendal, carpenter, r. 31 

James. 
Carey G. W. (col'd) bds. 29 N. lllinoia. 
Garlick E. C , Secy rolling mill, r. 673 

N. Meiidian. 



GAR 
THE CHINA TEA STORES 

AUE AX 

No. 7 ODD FELLOWS HALL 

A.\D 

ACADEMY OF MUSIC CORNER. 



Garner Charles, House of Lords, bJs. 

sume. 
Garner H. S., printer Sentinel Job rooms, 

bds. Palmer House. 
Garner Lewell^n W., salesman 15 W. 

Washington, bils. I';ilmer House. 
Garner Perin, carpemer, r. 202 Huron. 
Garralt A , second hand store, 257 E. 

Washington. 
Garratt Jacob, (Solomon & 0.) r. 257 E 

Washin-tcn. 
Garrett IScigamin D., carpenter, r. 308 

Inliana av. 
Garretl David, carpenter, r. 47 N. Noble. 
Garrett William, painter, 18 S. ISleridian, 

bds. 308 Indiana av. 
Garriely John, lab., bds. 250 S. Tennes^ 

see. 
Garrison Edward W., carpenter, r. 395 

Massachusetts av. 
Garshmiler William J. elk. 187 W. Wash- 
ington, r. 30 rf. West. 
Garter Frank, bookbinder, bds. 276 S. 

Illinois. 
Garvison Louis, cooper, bds. Nagel house. 
Gaiver Matthew, ice dealer, bds. 217 S. 

Illinois. 
Gaslighter John, r. 340 Railroad. 
Gass Andrew, butcher, r. 116 E. St. 

Joseph. 
Gassner Oscar, steward, Emenegger's 

Hotel, bds. same. 
Gaston Delilah, (wid. Hiram R.) r. se. 

cor. Indiana av. and Vermont. 
Gaston Edward, musician, dds. 49 Ken- 
lucky av. 
Gaston Edward V. carriage maker, r. 49 

Kentucky av. 
Gasion John .M. physician, 06 E. Market, 

r. 147 N. New Jersey. 
Gaston Sim. ]i. b-irtinder. Bates House 

Saloon, r. 35 N. Alabama. 
Catch Conduce 13. silesman, 125 S. Meri- 
dian, bds. Sherman House. 
Gales A. B. (G. &. Brag) r. 91 N. Dela- 

Galcr'Ab'el B. (UipIey&G.) r. 289 W. 

Vermont. 
Gates IleruiuD, bartender, bds. 13 E. 

Sou'h. 



Gat 



iper 



C. C. C. & I. R. K. 



Shops. 

Gates Jolin, lab., r. 172 Stevenson. 
Gates John G. blacksmith, 26 S. New 

Jersey, r. 223 E. Market. 



8 GEI 

Gates Rufus, expressman, r. 250 S. Dela- 

GATES & PRAY, (A. B. Gates and 

Wm. Pray) livery and sale stables, 

East Market Square. 
GATLING GUN CO., office, 24J E. 

Washingion, W. H. TalbotI, picst. 

II. Clay, secy. 
Gattenby John, lab. J. C. Ferguson & Co. 
Gatleuby Sallie J. (wid.)r. 183 N. Liberty. 
Gaughan Lackey, teamster, r. 356 S. 

Tennessee. 
GauB Caroline, (wid. Charles) r. 65 W. 

McCarly. 
Gaus Eugene, salesman, 29 W. Washing- 
ton, r. 343 N. West. 
Gaus William, patent agent, bds. 174 E. 

Walnut. 
Gausepohl Frederich, cabinetmaker, r. 

164 S. Noble, 
Gaves James, (cold) lab., r. 79 S. Mis- 

soiiii. 
Gay Alfred, (Aldrich & 0.) r. 38 N. 

West. 
Gay Henrie E., engineer, r. 38 N. West. 
Gay Leonard A., stationary engineer, 

bds. 38 N. West. 
Gaynor Henry, porter, Ray House, r. 

same. 
GEBHARD AUGUST, upholsterer 

and furniture dealer, 123 E. Wash- 
ington. 
Gebhard Henry, cigarmaker, r. 152 Greer. 
Gedker Rudolph, tailor, r. 128 N. Noble, 
Gehring Bernhardt, r, 287 Liberty. 
GEHRING CONRA.D, German 

Book Store, 147 E. Washington, r. 

Gehring Fred., local editor, Giiltenberg 

Publishing Company, r, 119 E. St. 

Joseph, 
Geiger Adam, carpenter, bds. 313 E. 

Market, 
Geiger G. W., salesman, Landers, Con- 

duilt & Co., r. 434 N. Tennessee. 
Geiger J. W., with W, Sumner & Co., r. 

219 E. Market. 
Geiger William, shoemaker, r. 347 S. 

Missouri. 
Geir David, tailor, r. cor. Illinois and 

Kansas. 
Geis John, saloon keeper, 62 S. Delaware. 
Geis Joseph, brewer, w'ks Leiber's Brew- 
ery, r, 238 Chestnut. 
Geis Lawrence, saloon, 99 E Washinglon, 

r. same. 
Geisel Christian, carpenter, r. 222 N. 

Davidson. 
Geisendortf Abner, elk., C. E. Geijen- 

dorff, bds 328 W. New York. 
Geisendorff C. E. (C. E. G. & Co.) r. 328 

W. New York. 
Geisendorff George, (M. E. G. & Co.) r. 

cor. Ohio and Mississippi. 



GEI 



79 



GIL 



Geisennoiff J. C. (0. & Co.) r. 191 N. 

New Jersey. 
Geisendoi If Lewis, elk. Geisemlorff & Co., 

bds. 3-J8 W.New Yoik. 
Geisendorff C. E. & Co. (C. E. G. and D. 
A Richnidsou) propvieioi-a Hoosier 
State Flour Milla, w. end Washing- 
Ion. 
Geisendorff & Co. (C. E. G. nnd Isflac 
Tlialmnn) proprietors HoosierWoolen 
Mill, -102 W. Washington. 
Geising Fred., niichinist Eagle Machine 

Works, r. 23:5 S. East. 
Gelzenleuchler Peter, elk., bds 188 N. 

Noble. 
Geological Room and Chemical Labra- 
"tory and Ciibinet of Natural History, 
Stale House bldg. 
George Ausiin K., elk. 184 W. ■Washing- 
ton, bds. 24 N. Mississippi. 
George James 0., painter, r. l(j S. Missis- 
sippi. 
George Robert, groceries, produce and 
liquors, 184 W. Washington, r. 24 
N. Mississippi. 
George Wesley, works Novelty Works, 

bds. 173 W. Maryland. 
Geran Jerry, Isib., works Paper Mill, r. 

24 S. Ray. 
Gerard Charles, lab., r. 280 N. Winston. 
Gerardy Nicholas, tailor, r. 313 E. Wash- 
ington. 
Geratts Henry, packer, 127 S. Meridian, 

r. lU Uuchaniin. 
German M. E. Church, Rev. G. Trefz, 
pastor, cor. New York and New Jer- 
sey. 
German nnd English School, 122 E. 

Mnrvland. 
GEESTNER A. J., merchant tailor, 

171 E. Washington, r. same. 
Gety Charles, barkeeper Circle Saloon, r. 

over 24U E. .Market. 
Gelzeiidanner William, (0. H. & Co.) r. 

150 W. Vermont. 
Geulig Charles, elk., r. 252 E. Washing- 
Ion 
Geyer David, (M. Geyer & Co.) r. 101 

Huion. 
Gihberd Fred, lib., r. 228 Union. 
Gibbons John, lab., r. 305 E. .Market. 
Gibbons Theodore, dentist, r. 243 W. Alc- 

Carly. 
Gibbs U W., (coVd) barber, r. 181 W. 

Wasliinglon. 
Gibbs William P., furniture nnd matress 
repairer, 78 E. Market, r. 234 E. Ver- 
mont. 
Giblin David, lab., 1. C. & L. Depot, r. 60 

Bales. 
Qiblih James, lab , I. C. & L. Depot, r. CO 

Bales. 
Gibson Adam, baker 12 S. Meridian, r. 



BENHAM BRO'S, 

Se East Washington St., 

AGEXTS FOR THE 

BURDETT ORGAN. 



Gibson David, (Sohl, Gibson & Co.) r. 322 
W. New York. 

Gibson James, (Gibson & Terry) r. 3G 
Fayette. 

Gibson Jasper, blacksmith, r. 10 Willard. 

Gibson John, stonecutter, bds 72 Lous- 
iana. 

Gibson William, carpenter, bds. 44 S. 
Tennessee. 

GIBSON WILLIAM T., Secretary 
Indiana Fire Insurance Company, 
Odd Fellows Hall, r. 140 N. Ala- 
bama. 

Gibson & Terry, (James Gibson and Joel 
Terry) marble dealers, 199 Indiana 

Gieger William W., shoemaker, r. 347 S. 
Missouri. 

Gies Frank J., bookbinder Journal ofEce, 
V. 163 Union. 

Giesking Christian, carpenter, 83 David- 
son. 

Giesking Golleib, organ maker, r. 321 N. 
Davidson. 

Giesking Henry, lab, C. C. & I. C. R. 
R. 

Giger John W , agent Wheeler & Wilson 
Sewing Machine, r. 219 E. Market. 

Gilbert E. A,, barber Union Depot, bds. 
same. 

Gilbert Edward Oen'l Insurance agent, 
room four Blackford blk., r. 30,' In- 
diana av. 

Gilbert Jacob, shoemaker, r. 5 Elm. 

Gilchrist David, lab., r. 273 N. Liberty. 

Gilcrist David, bib., r. 195 N Tennessee. 

Gildeiman Frederick, lab. r. E McCarty. 

Gileiber John, cooper, r. 77 S. E^isl. 

Gilkey 0. B. (G. & Joaes) r. 32 W. Mary- 
liiiid. 

GILKEY & JONES, (0. B G. and 
J. J.) carpenters and builders, 48 

Gilkison W. F., primer, senlinei ofBce, r. 

127 Meek, 
ilillespie Jane, (wid.) r. 116 N. Delaware. 
Gillespie Wm. J. (J., M. & Co.) r. 124 N. 

Delaware. 
Gillet H. Smith, profi-s.'or Deaf and 

Dumb Instiiule, r. 203 N. Noble. 

Oilmore Dan, bricklayer, r. 242 Coburn. 

Gilmaun Fred, bulciier, r. 344 E. Mc- 

Cariy. 
Gilmoi'e Samuel II., shoemaker, r. 94 

Douglass. 



GIL 



MAKES A SPECIALTY OF 



Choice Green, Black &. Japan Teas. 



Gilinoie T. II., feeder, Seudiiel office, bds- 

•^42 Cobaiii. 
Gimhel .Mrs. li . r. 109 E. Stevenson. 
Gimbel lleiirv K., Siilesmi.n II oil (t eg & 

Ueese, M*. 321 S. Eiist. 
Gimbel .Michael, grocer, 329 S. East, r. 

s.inie. 
Giniber Henry, teamster, r. 432 S. Mer- 

i'li.in. 
Ginkle Ceorjc, courier, Mooney & Co, v. 

4:'.4 S. Illinnis. 
GINZ MICHAEL, saloon keeper, 

l»o li. Wnahiii^ior). r sume. 
Gipe Wm , fireman, 0. 0. & 1. 0. R. R , 

bds 58 lientoii. 
Gipps William, fiirnilure repair shop, r. 

234 E ist Vermont. 
GirtOM Frank, leamsier, bds. 291 E. Ohio. 
Gilhens G. L>., cabinclm.,ker, r. 211 E 

Ohio. 
Gilhens .lohn C, engineer, r. 457 S. Mis- 
souri. 
Gitlien-* I.. M., engineer, J. T. Presley, r. 

170 S. Tennessee. 
Giizin. liner, (wid ) r. 319 N. Noble. 
Givens G. orpe. machinist, r. 21 I'eni. 
Gliiiimeyer William, mechanic, bds Canal 

81 reel board inq; house. 
Glass [Icnry, watchman, Caledonia paper 

mill. r. 321 W. Market. 
Glass^y Will, grocer, r N. Delaware. 
Glasscock Wm, carjieiiler, r. 54 l!ri»hl. 
Glavin Rlward. moulder, Sinker & Co., 

r. 141 i:. McCarty. 
Glazier Catherine, (wid) r. 178 S. New 

.Jersey. 
GLAZIER CHARLES, commis- 
sion iiouse, 14G t). I'ennsylvauia, r. 

129 Virginia av. 
Glazier Daniel, engineer, steam fire engine 

No. 4, T. 185 y. New Jersey. 
Glazier Frank, r 273 W. Washington. 
Gleason John, messenger, Indianapolis 

Insurance Co, r. cor. Virginia av. 

and Tennsylvania. 
Gleason Thomas, bartender. Circle res- 

t.iurant, r. same. 
Gleason Thomas, employe, T H. & I. R. 

It., r. 39.G S. Missouri. 
Gleason Wm , salesman. New York Store, 

bds 31 W. Ohio. 
Glensiin William, w'ks gas works, bds. 

217 S Illinois. 
Gledliill Ruih, (wid. George) r. cor. East 

and Cherry. 



GOI 

Glenn Amanda Miss, domestic, r. over 47 

N. Liberty. 
Glenn George, porter, Ray (louse, r. same. 
Glenn .Michael, lab., r. 17 WiUard. 
Glossing Thomas B., artist, r. 237 W. 

New York. 



Click & Schwartz, (Herneann Click and 
Joseph Schwartz) hoop skirt manu- 
factory and notion store, 54 N. lUi- 

Glohe Mutual Life Insurance Co. of New 
Yo'k, II. E lieardsley, agent. 

Classbrenner W. J. mail agent, J., M. & 
I. R.R. 

Goddard Sarah, (wid.) r 49 Jones. 

Gudilard S.imir 1, stone yard, r. cor. Geor- 
eia and .Mississippi. 

Godd inl S imuel. jr. stone cutter, bds. 100 
S. .Mis.<is3ippi. 

Goddard Thomas, stone cutter, bds. 100 
S. .Mississippi. 

Godfrey William, printer, Indianapolis 
Printing and Publishing House, bds. 
Pyle House. 

Goe II. N. elk. b U. 3.i2 W. New York. 

Goe Heiirv, works, Osgood, Smith & Co , 
r 15 Henry. 

Goe Hrzekiah .M. groceries and provi- 
sions, .352 W. New York, r. same. 

Goe John C. lab. Osgood, Smith & Co , r. 
374 S. West. 

Goebel Jacob, tinner, r. 75 N. Illinois. 

Goebel John G. cabinetmaker, works, 
248 S. Meridian, r. 221 S. Meri- 
dian. 

Goebel l{. editor Daily Telegraph, (Ger- 
man) r. 172 N. New Jersi'y. 

Goebelr Wm. tailor, r. 22 liuchanan. 

Goeken William, f.iremaii, MarseeS Son'a 
saw mill r. 43. S. New Jersey. 

Goeliing .lohn, engineer. Western Furni- 
ture Co. 

Goetz Charles, birtender, 15 N. Meridian 
r. cor. Noble and .Market. 

Goepper Francis, (Francis Gcepper & Co.) 
r. 573 N. Meridian. 

GCEPPER P. *: CO. (Frederck 
G. & George Mannfeld) clothiera 
and merchant tailors, 17 E. Wasing- 
tnn. 

Coff Kliza, (cold, wid. Samuel) r. 213 N. 
West. 

GoflF George, lab. bds. 276 W. Maryland. 

Goff John, blacksmith, C. C. C. & f R. R. 
shops. 

Goff William, (col'd) painter, r. 213 N. 
West. 

Gogen Michael, lab., r. 460 S. East. 

Goheen George, millwright, bJs. G8 In- 
diana av. 

Coins Lafe, (col'd) lab., r. cor. Wett and 
Ohio. 



GOL i 

Gold Adam, grocer, 405 W. Washington, 
r. same. 

Gold Christian, butcher, works 153 W. 
Washington, bds. eaofe. 

Gold John J., carpenter, r. 161 High. 

Golden Dennis, blaclismith, r. 473 Vir- 
ginia av. 

Golden John, lab., bds. 9 Sharp. 

(lolden Pat. Uh., r. 68 Davidson. 

Goldhauser Frank, shoemaker, r. 198 
E VVashington. 

Golding Andrew J., painter, r. 42 Ann. 

Golding James, painter, r. 402 S. Ten- 
nessee. 

Golding William G , carriage painter, r. 
4'2 Ann. 

Goldman Jacob, second hand store and 
rag dealer, 277 S. Delaware, r. 

GoUsberry Bayles S., r. cor. Indiana av. 

and New York. 
Goldsberry John, carpenter, r. 138 E. .Mc- 

Carty. 
Goldsberry L. D., r. cor. Indiana av. and 

New York. 
Goldsberry S. S., watchmaker, (McLene 

& Herron) r. 323 N. Illinois. 
Good Joseph, dyer, bds. 415 VV. Wash- 
ington. 
Goodale Henry, wagoumaker, r. 253 N. 

West.. 
GoodiiU John, (G. is Grove) bds. 150 N. 

Davidson. 
GOODALL & GROVE, manufac- 
turers R. R. handles, rear of 329 E. 

New York. 
Goode Joseph, dyer Indianapolis Cotton 

Mill, bds. 36 Blake. 
Goodhart B. F., bookkeeper Win. Spotts, 

r. 223 E. Vermont. 
Goodman Geo. K,, furniture dealer, r. 

23 Massachusetts av. 
Goodman Mary J., millinery aud dress 

making, 23 Massachusetts av., r. 



Goodman Philip, works Osgood, Smith & 
Co., r. 184 Madison av. 

Goodnoe J. D., lab., r. 81 E. McCarty. 

Goodperle Peter, salesman Spiegle, 
Thorns & Co., r. 204 N. Noble. 

Goodwin A., printer, r. 278 Railroad. 

Goodwin Elijah Rev., bds. 171 Jackson. 

Goodwin R. M., attorney at law, 6 Vin- 
ton blk., r. 282 N. Pennsylvania. 

GOODWIN T. A., real estate agent 
and broker, 79 E. Market, r. Wash- 
ington, es. of Deaf and Dumb Asy- 
lum. 

Goodwiller Frank G., varnisher, r. 251 
Virginia av. 

Gooth Edward, machinist Eagle Machine 
Works, r. 364 S. Illinois. 

Gordon B. G., conductor I. C. & J. R. R., 
r. 350 Spring. 



L GOW 

BENHAM BRO'S, 

36 East Washington St., 
Pianos, Organs and Melodeons 

FOR 

CASH OR. ON tim;e. 



GORDON GEORGE E., attorney 
at law, !No. 6 Odd Fellows Hall, r. 
216 N. Delaware. 

Gordon James, r. 83 Indiana av. 

Gordon Joseph C, teacher Indiana In- 
stitution for Deaf and Dumb. 

Gordon J. W., attorney, 4 Talbott & 
New's blk., r. 439 N. New Jersey. 

Gordon Robert, aitist, r. cor. Vine and 
Broadway. 

GORDON & HESS, (G. E. G. and 
J. W. H.) Paris Store, 3 Odd Fellows 
Hall. 

Gordon Michael, sawyer, 470 S. East. 

Gorhara William H., awningmaker, r. 
297 N. Mississippi. 

Gorman Daniel, teamster, r. 266 Union. 

Gorman Johu, lab. Rolling Mill, r. 382 6. 
West. 

Gorman Robert, salesman New York 
Store, bds. 158 N. New Jersey. 

Gorman Thomas, blacksmith, works 
Street R. R. Co. 

Gorman Thomas, lab , r. Chespeak nr. Ca- 
nal. 

Gorrell A, W. (West, Morris & G.);r. 91 
Fletcher av. 

Gosney Newton, switchman, r. 127 S. 
New Jersey. 

Goss George, r. 8 Fletcher Bv. 

Gossett F. F., salesman, 79 S. Meridian. 

Goth George, porter 123 S. Meridian, r. 
449 N. New Jersey. 

Goth Jacob, turner, D. Root & Co., r, 453 
N. New Jersey. 

Goth John L., turner, r. 453 N. New 
Jersey. 

Goth John, tailor, r. 284 Liberty. 

Goth Peter, (G., Brown & Co.) r. 453 N. 
New Jersey. 

Goth Valentine, cooper, r. 95 S. Benton. 

GOTH, BROWN & Co., (P. G., J. 
W. Brown and Wm. Bushman) gro- 
cers and dealers in flour and feed, 
489 N. New Jersey. 

Gott Frederick, works T. H. & I. K. R. de- 
pot, r. 170 Huron. 

Gott Thoaias, lab., r. 219^8. Tennessee. 

Gottchall John, charge car department 
P. C. & St. L. R. R., r. 165 Week. 

Gould Wm. salesman New York Store, 
bds. 72 E. Marvland. 

Gowens Melindar, (wid.) r. 199 N. East. 

Gcwens Seminel, (col'd) cook, r. cor. Ohio 
and West. 



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nAKES A SPECIALTY OF 



Choice Green, Black & Japan Teas. 



Grftb Charles, liib., r. IG Lockerbie. 
Graber Fred, lab., r. — Douglass. 
Graber John, lab., r. 31 N. East. 
Grace Church, MeihoilUt Episcopal, ne. 

cor. Fast and Market. 
Grace Samuel, w'ks glass works, bds. 231 

W. South. 
Grady Annie Mrs., cook, Ray House, r. 

same. 
Grady Martin, lab., r. 28 Helen. 
Grady Michael, lab., T. H & I. Depot, r. 

345 S. Meridi.in. 
Grafenstein Frederick, meat market, 660 

N. Tennessee, r. same. 
Grafif David B., patent right agent, r. 223 

E. Ohio. 
GRAFTON JOHN J., publisher of 

Indianapolis Railroad Guide, cor. 

Circle and Meridian, r. 273 E. South. 
Graham George, lab., U. S. Arsenal. 
Graham James, (col'd) railroader, r. 153 

Huron. 
Graham John, merchant, r. 244 E. New 

Jersey. 
Graham Michael, patternmaker, r. 1.59 S. 

Alabama. 
Graham Samuel, railroader, r. nw. cor. 

North and Mississippi. 
Graifker Henry, r. 53 Harrison. 
Gramling John, (J. & P. G.) r. 500 N. 

Delaware. 
Gramling John A. (J. & P. G.) r. 41 

Ui.ion. 
Gram'ing Peter, (J. & P. G. ) r. 502 N. 

Delaware. 
GBaMJLjXNG J. & P., merchant 

tailors, and dealers in ready made 

clothing, 35 E. Washington. 
Granney John, elk., bds. 190 Virginia av. 
Grany Mary, (wid.) r. 175 Meek. 
Granis Joseph, lab., bds. Nagle House. 
Grannis Mary Mrs., dressmaker, r. 76 

Massachusetts av. 
Grannis S.. salesman, M. 0. Tracy, r. 281 

N. East. 
Granstien William, butcher, r. 491 N. 

Alabama. 
Grant Floyd F., lab., r. 54 Oriental. 
Grant William, lab., r. 46 Hosbrook. 
Grasson William, salesman, Keifer & 

Vinton, bds. 26 W. Georgia. 
Graub Carl, works Jackson, Rider & 

Co. 
Grauman J., vnriety store, 262 E. Wash- 

iugtoD, r. same. 



Graver C. E., freight agent B. & 0. R R., 

r. 23 N. California. 
Graves H., carpenter, r. 38 Forest av. 
Graves H Jr., carpenter, r. 42 Forest av. 
Graves James P., (col'd) lab., r. 79 S. Mis- 
Graves Richard, confectioner, cor. Ken- 
tucky av. and Tennessee, r. same. 
Gravis Charles M., medical student, r. 47 

Coburn. 
Gravis Sebastian, briokmason, r. 47 Co- 
Gray Alice Miss, teacher, r. 335 N. Il- 
linois. 
Gray Columbus V., moulder, r. 482 S. 

New Jersey. 
Gray George, r. 106 Holbrook. 
GBAY GEORGE, gold and silver- 
smith and spectacle manufacturer. 
498 E. Washington, r. same. 
GRAY GEORGE W., custom tailor, 

27 Kentucky av., r. same. 
Gray Henry, ice dealer, bds. 217 S. Il- 
linois. 
Gray James W., proprietor, Spencer 

Gray Jessee, railroader, r. 801 N. Illinois. 
Gray Jonathan, bricklayer, r. 224 N. 

Winston. 
Gray Robert, engineer Bates City Mills, 

r. 28 Lord. 
Gray Robert, traveling agent, Kimble 

Aikman & Co., bds. 23 W. Maryland. 
Gray R. P. agent Sewing Machine, r. 62 

Greer. 
GBAY STEVEN F.. agent Star 

Union Line, office 85 Virginia av. 
GRAY STEPHEN & CO. (H. G. 

& ) merchant tailors, 14 N. 

Pennsylvfinin. 
Gray Thomas, bookkeeper, 33 E. Wash- 
ington, r. 285 N. Illinois. 
Gray William, engineer, r. 120 S. Noble. 
Gray William, elk. H. H. Lee, r. 235 N. 

Illinois. 
Gray William, conductor, I. C. & L. R. R. 

bds. Ray House. 
Gray W. J. baggage master, P. C. & St. 

L. R. R. 
Graydon Andrew, elk. P. C. & St. L. 

R. R. Freight Office, r. 332 E. Ohio. 
Graydon Jane, (wiJ.) r. 332 E. Ohio. 
Graydon W. M., Freight Agent P. C. & 

St. L. R. R. cor, Virginia av. and 

Union Track, r. South of city limits. 
Greany John, Lib. r.276 S. Tennessfe. 
Greaseliopper Sebastian, boiler maker, r. 

349 S. Alabama. 
Green Allen T. painter, r. 199 Huron. 
Green Davis M., elk. 17 W. Washington, 

bds. 364 N. Meridian. 
Greea E, S. agent Hartford Mutual Life 

Insurance Co. office. Citizens' Bank 

bldg., r. 708 N. Tennessee. 



GRE 

Green George, merchant tftilor, 32 N. 
Pennsylvania, r. cor. Mississippi and 
Fiftli. 

Qreen Henry F. bookTieeper, Hoosier 
State Flour Mills, bds, Palmer House. 

Green Hugh M. elk. Bee Hive Store, bds. 
77 Kentucky av. 

Green John, railroader, r. 203 Huron 

Green John, (col'd) lab. r. 23 Maria, 

Green J. C. (J, 0. G. & Co.) r. 370 N. 
East, 

Green John L. general agent, Berkshire 
Life Insurance Co. r. 84 Plum. 

Green Lot, elk. 38 S. Meridian, bds. 74 
N. Pennsylvania. 

Green Martha J, (wid. Burgess) r. 37 
Maple. 

Green P. M. (Campbell & G.) r. 128 N. 
Pennsylvania. 

Green Richard student, bds. 268 E. St. 
Clair. 

Green Sallie, (wid.) r. 21C E. Washing- 
Ion. 

Green VV. H., carpenter, r. 162 N. Missis- 
sippi. 

GBEEN J. C. & CO. (J. C. Green 
and J. T. Houston) whol. dealers in 
cigars and tobacco, 38 S. Meridian. 

Greene J.imes, (G. & Royse) r. 364 N. 
Meridian. 

GREENE THOMAS C, with 
Greene & Royse, 10 Blackford's blk. 

GKEENE & ROYSE, (James 
Greene and W. T. Royse) general 
insurance agents. 10 Bluckford's blk. 

GREENWALT JOHN G., Adju- 
tant' General of Indian.^, r. 29 \V. 
Michigan. 

Greenwalt William, r. 29 W. Michigan. 

Greene N. Scott, bookkeeper First Na- 
tional Bank, bds. 364 N. Meridian. 

Greenen Joseph, freight conductor, bds. 
58 Benton. 

Greenen Michael, fireman C. C. & L C. 
R. R, bds 58 Benton. 

Greenwald Henry, cigar box maker, rear 
174 E. Washington. 

Greenfield Daniel C, deputy county elk., 
r. 328 W. Washington. 

Greenfield Robert, r. 332 W. Washington. 

Greenleaf .■illen, ( C. A. G. & Co.) r. 240 
E. Vermont. 

Greenleaf Clements A. (Greenleaf & Co.) 
r. 240 E. Vermont. 

Greenleaf Timothy P., machinist, works 
Greenleaf & Co. 

Greenleaf Wm A., machinist, 74 S. Penn- 
sylvania, r. 416 S. Tennessee. 

GREENLEAF & CO. (C A. G, E. 
J. Peck and J. S. Mothershead) 
founders and machinists, 319 S. 
Tennessee. 

GREENLEE E. A., marble dealer, 
r. 572 N. Tennessee. 



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36 East 'Washington St., 
mOIANAPOtIS MANOFACTUBINCt OO.'J 

I? I A ]N^ o s , 

ELEGANT IN TONE AND FINISH 

Durable in Construction. 



Greenrod Timothy, stonecutter, r. 76 S- 

Missouri. 
Greenstreet J. H., bookkeeper Wheat, 

Fletcher & Co., r. 110 Broadway. 
Greenwald Joseph, rag dealer, r. 042 S. 

Meridian. 
Greenway , ehoemaker, r. rear of 

64 S. Alabama. 
Greenway Thomas, elk. 29 S. Meridian, 

bds. same. 
Grcenwoldt Albert W., salesman Rikoff & 

& Bro., r. 448 S. Illinois. 
Greenwood Foster, baggage master P. C. 

& St. L. R. R. 
Greenwood Joseph, r. 441 E. St. Ciair. 
Greenwood Marcellus, bookkeeper John 

Carlisle, bds. 260 W. Washington. 
Greer Elisha, teamster, r. 82 Green. 
Greer H. F., elk. 51 S. Illinois, bds. 266 

S. Mississippi. 
Greer James, cabinetmaker, 249 S. Mis- 
sissippi, r. 242 S. Mississippi. 
Greger Charles F., carpente^-.r. 93 James. 
Greger George, teamster, r. 23 James. 
Gregg James, wagonmaker, 189 Indiana 

Gregg Fred, machinest, r. 54 S. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Gregor Alexander, baker, 285 E. Wash- 
ington. 

Gregor J. W., checkman, I. C. & L. R. B., 
r. 76 Bates. 

Gregory Dennis, fur dealer, 33 S. Illi- 
nois. 

Gregory R. C, Judge Supreme Court, r. 
Lafayette, Ind. 

Grein John, baker and confectioner, 246 
E. Washington, r. same. 

Greisel Michael, lab., r. 34 Cherry. 

(Irely Mich., lab, r. 187 High. 

Gresh B. F., musician, r. 281 N. Liberty. 

Gresh John, sr., r. 350 N. Noble. 

Gresh John, carpenter, r. 360 N. Noble. 

Gresh Samuel, carpenter, r. 860 N. 
Noble. 

Gresham Walker 0., Judge District Court 
U. S., r. New Albany, Ind. 

Grenlich John, cabinetmaker, bds. 223 
N. Noble. 

Greuzard Louis, artist, r. 454 'Virginia 

Grieb John, stonemason, r. 334 Railroad. 
Grieb John, lab., r. 110 N. Noble. 
Griesheimer Lipmnn, elk. No. 1 W. 
Washington, bds. Circle Restaurant. 



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' AKE AMONG THE 

Attractions of Indianapolis. 

Call and See Them before leaving the City. 



GEIESHEIMEB M., dealer in 
clothing and gentlemen's furnishing 
goods, No. 1 W. Washington cor. 
Meridian, bds. Circle Restaurant. 

Grieshopper Sebastian, moulder Eagle 
Machine Works, r. 349 S. Alabama. 

Grieves Mary A. Miss, milliner, bds. 2.52 
S. West. 

GrifBn George W., bartender, bds 376 S. 
Deleware. 

Griffin James, lab., r. 2 Water. 

Griffin John sr., lab., r. 75 Fayette. 

Griffin John jr., lab., bds. 75 Fayette. 

Griffin Martin, lab., r. cor. First and 
Camp. 

Griffin Martin, lab., r. 115 Elm. 

Griffin Mary, (wid) r. 149 S. Noble. 

Griffin Mary A. Miss, piano teacher, bds. 
370 S. Tennessee. 

Griffin Micheal, drayman, r. 95 Fayette. 

Griffin Michael, works coffee and spice 
mill, r. 115 Elm. 

Griffin Micheal J., drayman, r. 90 Fay- 
ette. 

Griffin Nellie Miss, r. 8 N. Mississippi. 

Griffin Patrick, lab, r. 376 S. Delaware. 

Griffin Patrick, lab., r. 39 Uenton near 
Meek. 

Griffin Patrick, porter, Bowen, Stewart & 
Co. 

Griffin Sarah Mrs. r. 362 S. Delaware. 

Griffin Timothy, lab., r. 133 W. Mary- 
land. 

Griffin Timothy, saloon, 48 S. Pennsyl- 
vania, r. 376 S. Delaware. 

Griffins Dennis, lab., r. 262 S. Missouri. 

Griffins John, lab., r. 20 Winston. 

Griffith AUie Miss, music teacher, bds. 
42 S. Mississippi. 

GiifBth Jeiome, carpenter, r. 23 Short. 

Grithth Edward, w ks rolling mill, bds 
256 S. Tennessee. 

Giiffith Edward Dr., r. 474 N. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Griffith E. J. (wid. Josiah R.) r. 42 S. Mis- 
sissippi. 

Griffith George W., plasterer, r. 645 N. 
Tennnssee. 

Griffith Gordan, r. 42 S. Mississippi. 

Griffith H., r. 78 N. Illinois. 

Griffith J. F., bds. Bates Hou>e. 

Griffith J. F. T., bookkeeper, 123 S. Meri- 
dian, bds. 126 E. Ohio. 

Griffith John F., train dispatcher, C. C. & 
I. C R. R., bds. CI S. Noble. 



Griffith James, engineer, I. C. & L. R. R., 
r. 47 Bates. 

Griffith John, w'ks rolling mill, bds. 217 
S. Illinois. ■ 

Grifhorn Henry, miller, John Carlisle, 
bds. TuUy House. 

Grigsby James, gardener, r. 114 Michigan 
road. 

Grimes Elmore, cooper, r. 316 W. Merrill. 

Grimm Casper, carriagepainter, bds. 174 
E. St. Joseph. 

Grimm Jacob jr., carriagemaker, bds. 174 
E. St. Joserih. 

Grimm Jacob <«tern builder, r. 174 E. St. 
Joseph. 

Grinsteiner George, undertaker, 276 E. 
Market. 

Grissom James, shoemaker, r. W. Sixth 
bet. Mississippi and Tennessee. 

Griswald Malinda, (wid James) r. 19 
Douglass. 

Grobe Charles, saloon, 12 W. Lousiana, 
r. same. 

Grogan G. W., saddler, f. 166 Indiana 
av. 

Grooms A. C, bookkeeper Journal office, 
r. 412 N. New Jersey. 

Grosman William, carpenter, r. 123 W. 
Fourth. 

Gross Charles, baker, 264 E. Washing- 
ton, r. same. 

Grove Benjamin, with Wm. Sumner & Co., 
r. 329 E. New York. 

Grove Samuel A., (Goodale & G.) r. 329 
E. New York. 

GROVER & BAKER SEWING 
MACHINE Co., 21 E. Washing- 
ton, Wiley & VanGuren General 
agents for Indiana. 

Groves Henry, machinist, r. 500 K. Wash- 
ington. 

Grubbs D. W., (Hammond & G.) r. 282 
N. Illinois. 

Grube Jacob, Carpenter, r. 356 S. Il- 
linois. 

Giuener George, barkeeper, 338 S. Meri- 
dian, bds. same. 

Gruenert F.. tinner, r. 131 W. Fourth. 

GRUENERT JOHN, proprietor 
Jefferson House, 61 E. South, r. 
same. 

GRUENERT HERMAN, proprie- 
tor Globe House, 1G4 S. Illinois, r. 
same. 

Grunt George, blacksmith, Eagle Ma- 
chine Works, r. 437 S. Meridian. 

Gudelhofar John, wagonmaker, works 
Indianapolis Agricultural Work.s, r. 
264 S. Alabama. 

Guenther C, carriagemaker, bds. Cali- 
fornia House. 

GUETIG HENRY, barber, shop ne. 
cor. Washington and Pennsylvania, 
r. 23 E. Market. 



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Guetig Mathias, gardner, r. S, East, city 

Guczet A., painter, r. 297 S. Delaware. 
Quffin Henry C, (G.& Parker J r. Nor- 
wood. 
GufBn Lewis, bds. 40 Christian av. 
Guffia & Parker, Attorneys, 10 and 11 

Talbott &New's blk. 
Guigrich John, wood worker, Sbaw, L. & 

C, r. 72J S. .Delaware. 
Guion Jeremiah, stone sawyer. Smith; 

Ittenbach & Co., r. 148 S. Dela- 
ware. 
Giilick John F. (G. & Kahn) r. 89 N. Del- 
aware. 
Gullian James, (ool'd) wood sawyer, bds. 

292 Massachusetts aT. 
Gulliver William, (Russell & G.j r. 79 

Kentucky av. 
Guudlefinger li., proprietor, Arcade, 6 W. 

Washington, r. 2U0 E. Ohio. 
Gundlefinger M., elk. Arcade, bds. Bates 

House. 
Qunkler Hermann, works, lumber yard, 

r. ne. cor. Elm and Cedar. 
Gunlock August, blower, glass works, 

bds. 23 Kentucky av. 
Gunlock Charles, blower, glass works, 

bd3.'23 Kentucky av. 
Gurst Nicholas, lab. bds. 200 S. Missouri. 
Gurtey Joseph, carriage maker, r. Mar- 
tinsville, Ind. 
Gustarter Frederick, expressmen, r. 435 

N. New Jersey. 
Gustin Frank, lab. J. C. Ferguson & Co. 
Gustin George M., telegraph ooperator. 

I., P. & C. 11. R., bds. 275 N. New 

Jersey. 
Gustin John, auctioneer, r. 27 E. North. 
Gustin L. Dr., office, cor. Illinois and Lou- 

isina, r. 275 N. New Jersey. 
Gustin Quinu, engineer, bds. 275 N. New 

Jersey. 
Gustin Robert H., clk.O. Harlan, r. 344 N. 

Winston. 
GUTENBERG PRINTING & 

PUBIilSHING CO., se. cor. 

.Meridian and Circle. 
Guth Edward, machinist, works Eagle 

.Machijie Works, r. 364 S. Illinois. 
Guthridge X W., agent Baltimore & Ohio 

R. R., r. 81 W. Second. 
Guthrie E. A., printer. Journal ofBce, r. 

124 N. Missouri. 
Gutkiiig Henry, railroader, r. Harri- 

Gutman Charles, r. E. Court, bet. New 
Jersey and East. 

Gutnecht John, painter, r. 157 Fort 
Wayne av. 

Gutterle Peter, elk. 71 and 73 W. Wash- 
ington, r. 204 North Noble. 

Gutwecht Rudolph, shoemaker, r. N. 
Mississippi, bet. First and Secoad. 



BENHAM BRO'S, 

3G E. WasUini^tou St , 

INDIANAPOLIS MANUFACTURING CO.'S 
PI A]VO s. 



Gutwiller Franz Joseph, lab., r. 251 \^ir- 
ginia av. 

Guyer Anthony, jeweler, 43 S, Hlinois, 
bds. Palmer House. 

Gwinn Eliza J. (wid. Seth) r. 32 Henry. 

Gwinn L. T., horse dealer, r. 83 N. Me- 
ridian. 

Gwinn James, lah., r. 300 S. East. 

Gwinn John, liveryman, r. 303 S. Penn- 
sylvania. 

Gwym Eri, brakesman, bds. 58 Benton. 

Gymnasium Billiard Hall, Emanuel 
Hoefgen, proprietor, 48 S. Meri- 



HAAG CHARLES, lab, r. 274 .Massa- 
chusetts av. 
Haag Michael, elk., bds. 323 W. Wash- 
ington. 
Haagland A., lab., r. 373 W.Washington. 
Haagland John B., messenger, American 

& .M. U. Express Co., r. 389 N. West. 
Habiney Henry, lab., r. 185 W. New 

York. 
Hack John, gardner, Indiana Institution 

for Deaf and Dumb. 
Hacker A. P., traveling agent, J. C. Green 

& Co., r. 495 E. Georgia. 
Hacker James V., fireman, J. T. Pressels, 

r. 275 W. Merrill. 
Hacker Wm., carpenter, r. 131 N. New 

Jersey. 
Hackelt Wm., l.ab., r. G4 S. Liberty. 
Hackney Josephine Mrs., r. 162 S. Illi- 

H.ackstein Christian, works rolling mill, 
r. 166 Union. 

Hadea John (col'd) lab., r. 47 Charles. 

Haden William, (cold) lab., r, 47 CharJes. 

Hadley Evan Dr., assistant Superinten- 
dent, City Hospital. 

Hadley William, city assessor, r. 381 N. 
Delaware. 

Haehl John, (H. & Anker) i. 178 E. 
Washington. 

Haehl & Anker, State agents. Great 
Western Mutual Life Insurance Co., 
New York, 20 S. Delaware. 

HAERLE WILLIAM, ladies' dress 
trimmings aud laces, and furnishing 
goods, 4 \V. Washington, r. 312 N. 
Illinois. 

Haffield Uriah, woodhauler, r. 176;N.Dav. 
idson. 

Haffield R. A. teamster, r. 104 S. East. 



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Makes a Specialty of 
OLD GOVERNMENT JAVA COFFEES. 



Hafuer August, boot and shoe manufac- 
turer, 127 U'. Washington, r. sams. 

Hafuer John, butcher, works 15a W. 
Wasliiugion, bda. same. 

Uagar E. 0., bookkeeper, t'letchcrs bank, 
bda Mrs. Reed. 

llagedora William cigirmaker boards 
Union Hotel. 

Hagerhorst C. F. (C. F. II. & Co.) r. 2-23 
W. Ohio. 

HAGERHORST C. F. & CO., (C. 
F. 11. and Lew Niooli,) grocers and 
produce dealers, 2"2o W. Uhio. 

llagg John R., agent Osgood & Smith, r. 
287 S. East. 

Haggerty James, currier, 125 S. Meridian, 
r. S. Delaware. 

Haggerty Patrick, teamster, r. 251 S. 
Tennessee. 

llaggerty Timothy, Maple, outside city 
limits. 

Hahn Anthony, shoemaker, bds. 78 W. 
iMoCarty. 

Hahn C. F. (C. F. H. & Co.) r. 79 N. Ala- 
bama. 

Hahn Charles U. S. (H. & Bals) bds. 
Circle Restaurant. 

Hahn Heurv, musician, CO S. East. 

Hahn Jacob, meat market, 93 W. South, 
bds. 227 S. Tennessee. 

llahn John F., butcher, 92 .\. Illinois, r. 
115 N. Tennessee. 

Hahn J. H., traveler. Milliner & Sher- 
wood, bds Sherman House. 

Ilahn Louis, butclier, r. 227 S. Tennessee. 

.llahn Theodore, musician, r. 71 S. East. 

H.ihn & Lais, ( C. II. and C. Bals) whol. 
liquor dealers, 2.5 S. Meridian. 

Uahnstein Sefredis, Wc.«iern Furniture 
Co , r. 21 Morrison. 

Uainebath Herman, with Gullcnberg 
Publishing Co., r. 19 Russell. 

Ilainebaeb S. Rtfv., r. cor. South and Ala- 
bama. 

Hainegcr Micliael, machinist, r. 295 S. 



Haines C 



129 E. Wal- 



Haines Henry \\. V. B., lab., bds. 291 W. 

Michigan. 
Haines Maliie Miss. r. 252 W. Second. 
Halberl Joseph, r. 139 Fort Wnyiie av. 
ilalbert J. I)., lelteicariier, v. 445 N. 

Hale A. C, r. 500 Virginia av. 



Hale Henry, switchman C. C. &I. C. R. R., 

r. 281 E Georgia. 
Hale Henry J., machinist, r. cor. College 

and Christian av. 
Hale H. J, cabinetmaker, r. 190 W. Ver- 

HAIiB JUDSON, physician for 
diseases of the throat and lungs, 
office No. 1 Millers blk., Illinois., 
nw. cor. Market, r. Ibo N. Tennes- 
see. 

Haley OUiver, engineer, r. 180 Dougherty. 

Haley James, carpenter, r. 208 Blake. 

Haley Morris, lab., r. 233 Dougherty. 

Haley W. D., special agent Empire Mut- 
ual Life Insurance Co.. 75 E. Mar- 
ket, r. 218 E. Market. 

Halford A. J., city editor News, bds. 303 
N. New Jersey. 

Halford E. W., editor Journal, r. 110 E. 
St. Mary. 

Hall Adam, porter Institute for the Blind. 

Hall Alford, ferreotypisi, lOJ E. Washing- 
ton, r. Chicago. 

Hall Allen G., watchman, r. 278 Rail- 
road. 

Hall Andrew W., miller, r. 302 W. Wash- 
ington. 

HALL CHARLES E., bookkeeper 
Indianapolis National Bank, r. 242 
N. Pennsylvania. 

HALL E. A., merchant tailor, 31 N. 
Pennsylvania, r. N. Illinois, outside 

Hall E. K. (Lawyer & H.) r. Noblesville, 
Ind. 

Hall Frank, gardner, r. 272 S. West. 

Hall Franklin, lab., r. 283 Patterson. 

Hall Franklin, farmer^ r. 129 W. Fifth. 

Hall Georgiana iMrs. (col'd) r. 129 
Bright. 

HALL H. L., assistant Superinten- 
tendeot 1. C. & L. R. R., office Cin- 
cinnati Depot, bds. Bales House. 

Hall Leonard, bds 193 S. Tennessee. 

Hall Mrs., (wid) r. 255J E. Washington. 

Hall Nalhan, (col'd) barber, 10 S. Meri- 
dian, bds. Pyle House. 

Hall Reginald H. (Rand & H.) r. 210 N. 
Meridian. 

Hall Robert, boss carpenter for Street R. 
R. Co., r.eS W. Georgia. 

Hall Thomas Q., salesman, Mitchell & 
Ramnielsbure, r. 125 E. Walnut. 

Hall William, machinist C. C. & I. C. R. 
R., r. 197 Bates. 

Hall William, r. 423 E.St. Ckir. 

Hall William, (cold) carpenter, r. 129 
Bright. . 

Hall William II., lab., r. Wabash near 
New Jersey. 

Halla William, stonecutter, r, 330 Madi- 
son av. 

Hallahan Jerry, lab., r. 44 Elizabeth. 



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Hallam John, nt Aniericiin Saw Works. 

bds. 89 S.Pennsylvanin. 
Halle Charles, works rolling mill, r. 452 

S. East. 
Hall Fred, stonemason, r. 400 S. E.-ist. 
Haller Cieorge, plasterer, r. 277 James. 
Haller Lon, elk., Trade Palace, bda. 25 

S. Deleware. 
HiiUer Mary Miss, r. 277 James. 
Haller Philip H., stonemason, r. 349 N. 

Noble. 
Hairnet John, porter post office, r. 3-17 N. 

New Jerso-. 
Halpin M. H., printer, Journal ofnce, r. 

2o5 N. UUvny. 
Hiilsker Uenjnmin, porter, Stewart & 

Morgan, r. 605 S. Tennessee. 
Halter Charles, shoemaker, r. 302 S. H- 

linois. 
Hiiher Gustavus, butcher, r. 2Go N. West, 
llambiir^ Henry, pastry cook, Spencer 

House, r. 45 Unioa. 
Hamil Charles, works, glass works, bds. 

239 V.'. South. 
Hamil Peter, carriage maker, r. 813 N. 

Hamill Machael, lab. Rolling Mill, r. 203 

W. McCarly. 
Hamilton Augustus, medical student, r. 

20 Oriental. 
Hamilton A. C, elk. A. G. Willard & Co., 

r. 305 E. New York. 
Hamilton Charlotte, (wid.) boiirding 

house, 305 E. New York. 
Hamilton David P., engineer, C. C. & I. 

C. R. R., r. 377 E. Georgia. 
Hamilton T. W., deputy County Auditor, 

r. 191 S. New Jersey. 
Hnmilton Jame.s, moulder, r. 119 Maple. 
Hamilton James 13., fireman, Junction 

R. P., r. 45 Mud. 
Humiilon Jmiies F., elk. bds. Pattison 

House. 
Hamli(oa James W., carpenter, r. 321 S. 

Missouri. 
Hamilton Jennie Miss, dress maker, r. 

180J W. Washington. 
Hamilton John, machinist, C. C. C. & I. 

R. R. Shops. 
Hamilton John E., lab. C. C. C. & I. R. 

R., r. 45 Mud. 
Hamilton Maggie Mis?, teacher. Fourth 

Ward School, bds 74 S. Nuble. 
Hamilton M. 1)., letter carrier, r. 712 N. 

Tennessee. 
Hamilton Robert, wood chopper, r. 199 

Harrison. 
Hamilton Patrick, teamster, r. cor. Mar- 
ket and liiackford. 
Hamillou Ruth A., housekeeper, Spencer 

House. 
Hamilton Samuel, machinist, C. C. C. & 

I. R. R., r. 41 Grant, ur. Michigan 

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Hamilton Sarah Mrs., housekeeper, Sher- 
man House. 

Hamilton Sarah, (wid) r. 45 Mud. 

[jamilton S. A., moulder Engle Machine 
AVorkP, bds. Ray House. 

Hamilton Thomas U , salesman, bds. 106 
E. Market. 

Hamilton Thomas J , machinist Tate's 
Factory, r. Oriental. 

Hamilton \Vm. S., machinist, r. 74 S 
Noble. 

Hamilton W. H. H., bookbinder, r. 248 M. 
Illinois. 

Hnmlin Arthur, iireman I. C. & L. R. R. 

Hamlin Carlin, (H. ,S: Wright) hd.s. 23 
S. Pennsylvania. 

Hamlin Henry, (col'd) lab., r. 21 Maria. 

Hamlin Richard, works Osgood, Smith & 
Co., r. 420 S. Illinois. 

Hamlin W. A , train dispatcher, r. 274 S. 
East. 

Hamlin W. H., telegraph operator Indi- 
anapolis & Vinconnes li. K.. cor. 
Virginia av. and Delaware, r. 274 S, 

Hamlin & AVright, (Cnrlin, Hamlin and 
Jacob T. Wright) military claim 
agents, (i2 E. Washington, up 
stairs 

Hammel Bernard, elk., 34 South Meri- 
din, r. 498 N. Mississippi. 

Hammell George, cigarmaker, bds. 193 
S. New Jersey. 

Hamnjerle George, watchman, r. 451 S. 
New Jersey. 

Hammond Chailes, glassblower, bds. 239 
W. South. 

Hammond S. W. (H. & Grubbs) r. 279 W, 
Michigan. 

Hammond Uplon J. (H. k Judah) r, 5G9 
N. Pennsylviinia. 

Hammond Wm. H., carpenter, bds. 142 S. 
East. 

HAMMOND & GRUBBS, (Sebra 
W. Hammond and I). W. Grubbs) 
general agents Continental Insur- 
ance Company of New York, room 
No. 1 Citizens' Bank hldg. 

Hammond & Judah, (W. J. 11. and J. .M. 
J.) attorneys !it law, 04 E. Wash- 
ington. 

Hamott Frederick, di:iyman, bds, 3 
Charles. 

Hampton Frank, elk. W. II. Hay. bds. ne. 
cor. Blackford and Vermont. 



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Have Ihe XAME of being the ' 

MOST ATTRACTIVE STORES IN THE WEST. 

No. 7 Odd Fellows Hall 
ACADEMY OF MUSIC COKNEK. j 

Hampton J. B., carriagemaker, r. 340 W. 

Vermont. 
Hamplon Stephen L., salesman, 36 S. 

MeiiJinn, r. 88 E. Pratt. 
Hampton Ezekiel B., carriugemaker, r. 

Vermont cor. Blackford. 
Han Eliza, housekeeper, Bates House. 
Hanaway Christian, wagonraaker, r. 2 

Arch. 
Hanaway Samuel, street contractor,r. 435 

N. fast. 
Hand Adolphus C, bricklayer, r. Madi- 
son roiid, s. of city. 
Hand William, brickmaker, r. Nebraska 

nr. Jladison road. ' 

Handfome L. P., cabinetmaker, bds. Madi- 
son av. 
Handthorne Nancy, (wid.) tailoress, 188 

E. Washington. 
Handejshell John L., teacher, Indiana 

Institution for Deaf and Dumb. 
Haneaster William, carpenter, bds. 169 

S. Tennessee. 
Haneman John, (J. & T. H. H.) r. 135 

Massachusetts av. 
Haneman T. H., (J. & T. H. H.) r. 135 . 

Massachusetts av. 
Haneman J. & T. (John and Theodore 

H.) dealers in groceries and produce 

135 Massachusetts av. ! 

Ilaney John W., lab., r. 76 James. j 

Han»v Mary Mrs, 334 S. Delaware. 
Hai t Valentine, expressman, r. 140 N. 

Davidson. 
Hanger Andrew, lab., r. 77 S. East. 
Hanger Henry, with C. Munn, r. 77 S. 

East. I 

Hank Nicholas, moulder, r. 404 S. Illi- 
nois. [ 
Hann Albert, route carrier for Evening i 

Mirror, bds. 156 W. Washington. [ 
Hann Elizabeth, (wid) tailoress, works I 

156 W. Washington, r. same. 
HANN J. B., publisher popular sub- ; 

scription books, office, Journal bidg.. 

r. 85 Ash. i 

Hann W. H., moulder, r. 257 Cobourn. ; 
Hanna David, cooper, r. Ill Forest av. 
Hanna Geo. W., cooper, r. Ill Forest av. | 
Hanna John, (H. & Knefler) r. Green-; 

castle, Ind. ' 

Hanna John L., deputy Sheriff, r. 427 E. ] 

St. Clair. i 

Hanna M. E. Miss, teacher, Institute for I 

blind. ' 



Hanna 0. J. R., M. D , Sec'ry and Treas. 
Indiana Surgical Institute, r. same. 

Hanna S. C, (Crossland, H. & Co.) r. 388 
N. Illinois. 

HANNA & KNEFLEB, (John 
Hanna and Fred Knetler) attorneys 
at law, Parker's blk. cor. Delaware 
and Court. 

Hannah David, cooper, r. Ill Forest av. 

Hannah J. Mrs., elk. Tr.ide Palace, bds. 
245 N. Illinois. 

Hannaraan H. G, druggist, (H. & Co.) r. 
219 S. New Jersey. 

Hannaman William, (H. & Co.) r. E. 
National Koad. 

Hannaman & Co., (Wm. & H. G. H.) 
druggist, 100 E. Washington. 

Hannan Edward, lab., r. 183 High. 

Hanneman Jacob, traveling agent, r. 321 
Wabash bet. Liberty and Noble. 

Banner Emanuel, turner, r. 298 N. West. 

Hanney Patrick, works rolling mill, bds. 
78 W. McCarty. 

HANNING JOHN G., plumbing, 
gas and steam fitting, 82 W. Wash- 
ington, r. 135 E. St. Joseph. 

Hanover Christ, blacksmith, r. Jackson. 

Hanrahan Cathrine Jlrs., (wid John) r. 
225 S. Tennessee. 

Hanrahan Frank, blacksmith, works 
Chandler & Taylor, r. 223 W. Mer- 
rill. 

Hanrahan Kate Miss, bds. 225 S. Ten- 
nesse. 

Hanrahan Mary, bds 225 S. Tennessee. 

Hanrahan Michael, switchman T. H. S 
I. R. R., bds. 225 S. Tennessee. 

Hanrahan Michael, works Nove-lty Works. 

Hanrahan Patrick G., r. 263 S. Tennes- 
see. 

Hansacker Charles, conductor C. & I. J. 
R. R., bds. Spencer House. 

Hansing Aaron, porter Ingram Fletcher. 

Hanson Henry, wcrks Gall & Rush, bis, 
cor. Market and Illinois. 

Hanson M., dealer in boots, shoes etc., 
361 S. Delaware, r. same. 

Hanson Mathias, shoemaker, r. 348 S. 
Delaware. 

Hacson Peter, lab., bds. sw. cor. East and 
McCarly. 

Hanvman M. V., baggage master J. M. & 
"l. R. R. 

Hapennv T. S., r. 32 W. St. Clair. 

Harbin Thomas M. Dr., r. 126 W. Michi- 
gan. 

Harbison Alexander, engineer Journal 
bldg., bds. 136 W. Vermont, 

Harbison Robert, with American M. U. 
Express Co., r. 136 W. Vermont. 

Harcourt Nancy, (wid.) boarding house, 
r. 287 East Georgia. 

Harden Albert G., Jailor .Marion county, 
r. 18 N. Alabama. 



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Harden R. E., carpenter, 237 E. Wash- 
ington, r. same. 
Uarden Michael, lab., r. over 338 E. 

Washington. 
Harden & Dorsey, (col'd, R. II. & W. D.) 

barbers, 180 W. Washington. 
Hardestv E. J., train master J. M. & I. 

R. R., r. 385 S. Pennsylvnnia. 
Hardin E. C. carpenter, r. 231 E. Mar- 

Icet. 
Hardin Maggie Mrs., (col'd, wid.) r. 251 

N, Liberty. 
Hardin Kiohiird, (col'd, H. &. Dorsay) r. 

89 Center. 
HARDING GEORGE C, (H. & 
Vickers) editor Suiurdsy Evening 
Mirror, r. Ill Broadway. 
Harding J. 0., printer, Mirror oiSce, 

bds. Pyle House. 
Harding Thomas W., carriage trimmer, 

r. 108 S. Illinois. 
HARDING W. P., Book and Job 
Printer, se. cor. Meridian and Circle, 
T.V.n E. Market. 
Hardwick John M,, carpenter, r. 197 N. 

Illinois. 
Hare M. L, stock dealer, r. 128 E. Mary- 
land. 
Harenberg Christ, carpenter, r. Gregg, 

bet. Jackson and East. 
Ilarenberger William, shoemaker, bds. 

California House. 
Ilargon John, printer. Journal Oflice, bds. 

213 N. Pennsylvania. 
Hargus vVilliam F., carpenter, r. 290 In- 
diana av. 
Harknesa Angeline, (wid ) r. 345 N. Me- 
ridian. 
Harkness John, printer, r. 179 N, Penn- 
sylvania. 
HARLAN GEORGE W., grocer 
and produce deiiler, cor, .Massachu- 
fetts av. and New Jersey, r. 191 
Massachusetts av. 
Harlan L. D, Dr., office and residence, 

178 Virginia av, 
Harlan William A , machinist, -works 244 

S. Pennsylvania, bds. Ray House. 
Harlin Susan, (wid. George W.) r. 136 

N. Tennessee. 
Harmon Charles, r. 432 W. Washing- 
ton. 
Harmonia Hermann, drayman, r. 76 Rail- 
road. 
Harmoning C, groceries and provisions, 

283 S. Dehiware, r. same. 
Harmoning Christian, drayman, r. 508 

E. Ohio. 
Harmoning William, express driver, r. 

141 Huron. 
Harmoth August, cabinetmaker, r. 431 

S. Meridian. 
Harney Robert F., works, Schneider & 
Co., r. 127 S. Teenessee. 



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BEMHAM BRO'S, 

30 East IVasIiin^ton St., 

STATE AGENTS 

INDIANAPOLIS MANUFACTURINQ CO.'S 
PIANOS. 



Harold Isaac, salesman Boston Store, 

bds. 08 E. Market. 
Harper Edward, bds. 34 AV. Louisiana. 
Harper George, baggage master P. C. & 

St. Louis R. R. 
Harper James, eating house, 34 W. 

Louisiana. 
Harper James P., chief engineer C. & V. 

R. R , r. 434 N. Delaware. 
Harper John F., elk. Trade Palace, bds. 

209 N. Pennsylvania. 
Harper John L., engineer, r. 359 N. 

Pennsylvania. 
Harper R. D. Rev, r. 209 N. Pennsyl- 
vania. 
Harper William, cooper, r. 462 S. Meri- 
dian. 
Harper Henry, cooper, r. 462 S. Meri- 
dian. 
Harrington Dennis, lab., works Green- 
leaf & Co., r. 224 Eddy. 
Harrington John, lab., r. Tinker, bet. 

Canal and Lafayette R. R. 
Harris Adam, carpenter, r. 474 N. Ala- 
bama. 
Harris Addison C. (Dye & H.) r. 728 N. 

Meridian. 
Harris Benj , (col'd) whitewasher, r. 231 

Minerva. 
Harris Charles E., constable, r. 140 E. 

North. • 

ilarris David, lab., r. 42 Helen. 
Harris Henry L. (col'd) barbery 10 S. 

Delaware, r. 23 S. New Jersey. 
Harris John T, plasterer, bds. Bicking 

House. 
Harris Lewi?, hackdriver, r. Court, bet. 

New Jersey and East, 
Harris Mary, (col'd) dressmaker, 252 

Indiana av. 
Harris Mary, M. D., Indiana Surgical 

Institute, r. same. 
Harris Solomon, lab., r. 39 E. Mc- 

Carty. 
Harris William, (col'd) whitewasher, r. 

252 Indiana av. 
Harrison Alfred, (A. & J. C. S. Harrison) 

r. 252 N. Meridian. 
Harrison Anna, (col'd) cook. Palmer 

HARRISON A. & J. O. S., (Alfred 
and John C. S. Harrison) Bankers, 
15 E. Washington. 

Harrison Benjamin, (Porter, H. & Fish- 
back) r. 299 W. Alabama. 



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ARE LOCATED AT 

No. 7 ODD FELLOWS HALL 

ACADEMi: OF MUSIC CIMtNEK. 

SAME GOO DS.SAMEPRICESatBOTH . 

Harrison F. P., engineer I. C. & h. R. R,, 
bds. Ray House. 

Harrison John 0. S. (A. & J. C. S. Harri- 
son) r. 262 N. Meridian. 

Harrison Reuben E., attorney at law and 
notary publie.j 17J W. Wasliington, 
room 3, r. 8G Bro.adway. 

Harrison Sarah Jane, Mrs., r. 9 Morri- 
son. 

Harrison Thomas, works Novelty Works. 

Harrison Thomas, lab, r. Missouri, nr. 
First. • 

HARRISON TEMPLE C, Attor- 
ney at Law and Notary Public, 17J 
\V. Washington, room 3, r. 23 
Cherry. 

Harrison T. W., bds. 23 Cherry. 

Harrison U. C, agent Evening Coraraer- 
eiai, r. Dunlop, bet. East and New 
Jersey. 

Harrison William, works novelty Works. 

Harrison Wm. H. (col'd) cook, Palmer 
House. 

Harrison Chas. B., carpenter, bds. cor. 
Tennessee and Kentucky av. 

Hart Abram, pedler, r. 320 Railroad. 

Hart A. F., tinsmith, Tutewiler Bros., 
bds. Maoy House. 

Hart Ed. F., with Bowen, Stewart & Co , 
r. 52 S. West. 

Hart Edrfard K., jp, Registry Clerk P. 
0., bds. 503 N. Miss^issippi. 

Hart ««orge blacksmith, r. 90 S. East. 

Hart Michael, lab., r. 57 Dougherty. 

Hart Robert M., broommaker. r. 272 Rail- 



Hart F. J., r. 799 N. T 

Hart Thomas, porter. Murphy, Johnson & 

Co., r. 54 S. Pennsylvania. 
Hart Thomas (cold) lab., r. 456 Indiana 

av. 
Hart Thomas H., messenger, American & 

M. U. Express Co.. r. 52 S. West. 
Harter Mahala, (wid. Daniel) r. room 24 

Fatout's blk. 
Harter John A., r. se. cor. East and Mar- 
ket. 
Harting & Bros. (F. and H. H.) brewers, 

7 Norwood. 
Harming Frederick, (H & Bro.) 

Russell. 
Hartin? Henry, (H. & Bro.) r. 

Ulinois. 
Hartline George, cabinetmaker, r. 

Qesrgia, 



HARTMAN CHARLES P., dairy- 
man, three miles ae. Brookville road. 

Hartman Charles L., elk., r. 116 N. New 
Jersey. 

Hartman Christian, lab., r. 275 E. Ohio. 
Christian, lab., r. 150 Madison 



Hartman Christian, jr., lab., r. 270 E. 
Ohio. 

Hartman C. F., foreman, F. P. Rush. 

Hartman Ellen (wid.) r. 119 N. New Jer- 
sey. 

Hartmati Fred., wagonmaker, r. 479 E. 
Georgia. 

Hartman Herman, elk., 55 S. Meridian, 
bds. 119 N. New Jersey. 

Hartman Henry, packer, Keifer & Vin- 
ton, r. 263 V^ermout. 

Hartman M., plasterer, r. 262 N. Alabama. 

Hartman Phillipina,(wid.) r. 80 Railroad. 

Hartnett P. E., saloon, 101 S. Illinois, r. 
same. 

Hartpence Walter r. 17 S. Mississippi. 

Harlstein Marks, elk, 25 S. Illinois, bds. 
18 S. Mississippi. 

Harttrodt Herman, saloon, 249 Kentuc- 
ky av., r. same. 

Hartwell E., bds. National Hotel. 

Hartwell William, (col'd) fireman Bates 
House. 

Hartwieg Adam, printer, bds. 65 S. East. 

Harvey Alonzo'D., route agent I. C. & R. 
R., r. 315 E. Ohio. 

HARVEY JOHN S., attorney at 
law, 101 E. Washington, r. 230 E. 
Market. 

Harvey .Michael, lab , works Root's foun- 
dry, r. 76 Maple. 

Harvey Silas 1.., deputy county elk. bds. 
336 E. Market. 

Harvey T. B. Dr., 58 E. Market, r. 302 N. 
Delaware. 

Harwood Irvin W., cabinetmaker, r. 67 
Madison av. 

Haselden Charles, shoemaker, r. over 325 
E. Washington. 

Haskell Sallie Mrs., (wid) dressmaker, r. 
109 Massachusetts av. 

Haskit Cartney, lab., bds 68 W. South. 

Haskit W. I., (H., Morris & Co.j r. 047 
N. Meridi-in. 

HASKIT, MORRIS & CO., (W. 
I. H., Cha's M. &— ) wholesale and 
retail druggist, 14 W. Washington. 

Ilaslep Maria Miss, teacher, r. 255 Vir- 
ginia av. 

Haslup I. D., machinist, r. 255 Virgin- 

2 [ Hasselberg Christian, lab., r. S. Tennes- 

! see. 

5. I Hasselman Lewis W., President Indiana- 

I polls Agricultur.al, Mechanical and 

3. I Horticultural Association, r. cor. 

Meridian and Vermont. 



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Hasselman Otto H. (J. & H.) r. cor. 
Meridiiin and Vermont. 

Hassingler Leonard, machinist, r, -578 E. 
Wasliington. 

FTassmann Henry, lab., r. 5.5 Morris. 

Haasold Ernst.varuisher, r. 517 Bates. 

Hasson Charles, Tvorlss plaining mill, r. 
423 N. N. Jersey. 

Hasson Edward, salesman, Isaac Davis 
& Co. bds. 423 N. New Jersey. 

Hasson James, Secretary Builders and 
Manufacturers Association, r. 423 
N. New Jersey. 

Hasson William, r. 444 N. Meridian. 

Hastings E. L., superintendent Journal 
OtBce, r. 550 N. Illinois. 

Hasty John A., repairer, Western Union 
Telegraph, r. 89 S. Liberty. 

Hatfield Frederick, lab., r. Eighth, nr. 
Canal. 

Hatfield James, oik. T. Broker, r. 774 N. 
Tennessee. 

Ila'field John J. B, foreman, U. S. Ar- 
senal. 

HATHAWAY H., boarding house 
and saloon, W. Indianapolis. 

Hathaway Perry C, elk. Neiman House, 
130 S. Illinois. 

Hathaway S. P., traveling agent, r. 77li 
N. Illinois. 

Hattendorf Henry, cutler, J. &. P. Gran- 
ling, r. 314 E. Georgia. 

Hatton J. S., works Aldrich & Gay, r.213 
N. Mississippi. 

Hauck John, (H. & Co.) r. 373 N. East. 

Hauck Philip, helper, C. C. C. & L K. K. 
Shops. 

Hauck John & Co. (John Hauck and John 
Darby) farmers grocery, 11 W. Wash- 
ington. 

Haufler John, works Jackson, Rider & 
Co. 

Haufler Johu, lab. r. 452 Indiana av. 

Haug John, (Dielz, F. & Co.) r. 255 E. 
Washingtsn. 

Haug Michael, saloon, 138 S. Pennsylva- 
nia, r. same. 

Haugh Alex. Vi ., finisher, 74 S. Pennsyl- 
vania, r. 244 E. Vermont. 

Haugh B. F. (B. F. H. & Co.) r. 604 N. 
Pennsylvania. 

Haugh Emanuel, traveling agent, B. F. 
Haugh & Co , r. 244 E. Vermont. 

Haugh J. R., cashier Citizens' National 
Bank, r. 176 N. New Jersey. 

Haugh William A., finisher, B. F. Haugh 
& Co., r. 186 N. Davidson. 

HAUGH B. F. & CO. (B. F. and 
Joseph 11. Haugh) manufacturers 
of wrought and cast iron railing, 
jails, etc., 74 S. Pennsylvania. 

HAUGHEY T. P., pres't Indiana- 
polis National Bank, r. 242 N. Penn- 
sylvania. 



BENHAM BRO'S, 

36 East Washiugrton St., 

SHEET TaVSlC, VZCLZSTS, 

GUITARS, STRINGS, &c. 

Hauiesen Robert, salesman 29 W. Wash- 
ington, bds. 113 E. Washington. 

Hauiesen William, (C. Mayer & Co.) r. 32 
N. Mississippi. 

Hauk John, foreman Meikel's brewery. 

Hank Thomas A., carpenter, r. 170 N. 

Winston. 
Hauley John, dealer in gr.ioeries, etc., 

340 Virginia av., bds. 352 Virginia 



Haupt Robert, notions, etc., 151 E. Wash- 
ington, r. 17 Chatham. 
Hauschild C , bookbinder, r. 60 Hos- 

brook. 
Hauschild Max, printer Daily Telegraph, 
r. 60 Hosbrook. 
[ Hauser James, boxm'aker, bds. Illinois 
i House. 

Havens Annie, (wid. Churchill) r. 191J 
I W. Washington. 

! Havens Thomas, mail ag't C. & I. J. R. 
I R., bds. 18 S. Pennsylvania. 

, Hawey A. C, lab. P. C. & St. L. freight 
1 d%pot. 

Hawk William V. (Dury & H.) r. cor. 
, College av. and Butler. 

j Hawkey Nathan B., brickmason, r. 138 
j N. Winston. 

Hawkins A. A., elk. Sherman House, bds. 
I same. 

' Hawkins Eliza Miss, boarding house, r. 
j 171 Jackson. 

Hawkins Ira, (col'd) lab, r. 116 Ash. 
I Hawkins James, engineer Sentinel office, 
bds. 192 Virginia av. 
Hawkins John S., carpenter, r. 186 Meek. 
Hawkins Mary, f col'd, wid. Pryor) r. 116 

Ash. 
HAWKINS WM. M, prop'r Sher- 
man House, Louisiana, bet. Meridian 
and Illinois, opp. Union Depot. 
Hawley Miss S. D., matron Indianapolis 

Young Ladies' Institute. 
Hawley Miss S. W., teacher of mu;io In- 

. slitute for the Blind. 
Hawthorn Charles E., bds. 113 S. New 

Jersey. 
Hay Campbell, formerly Hay & Co., r. 

326 N. Illinois. 
Hay John C, with Wm. Sumner & Co., 

bds. 152 N. Meridian. 
Hay Lawrence G., receiver of Sinking 
Fund, office in State bldg., r. 128 S. 
Meridian. 



HAY 92 

H. Et. LEE'S 

■n-HOLESALE PI1ICE5 FOE 

TEAS, COFFEES & SUGARS, 
AKE viiE sAniE l:acei day 

CINCINNATI DAILY PAPKRS. 

Hay WilliMni H.. gen'l agl. Clmrter Oak 
Life Insurance Co., room 6 Black- 
ford's blk., r. 2'i2 N. Tennessee. 

HayJen L. Ke»., superintendent Indian- 
npolis Young Ladies' Insiitule. 

Hayden M. I P. Mrs., principal Indiana- 
polis Young Ladies' Inslitute. 

Hayden W. H , bds. 18 N. Pennsylvania. 

Hayes B. S., portrait painter, 24 Talboti 
& New's blk. N. Pennsylvania, r. 41 
Madison av. 

Hayes E. M., clothing dealer, r. 223 E. 
Ohio. 

Hayes Thomas, with T. F. Ryan, r. 83 W. 
St. Clair. 

Hayes Walter, carpenter, r. 94 N. Cali- 
fornia. 

Hayle .lerry, lab, r. 68 Coburn. 

Haynes Charles, salesman Landers, Coa- 
duill & Co., r. 129 E. Walnut. 

Haynes Edward, sheet iron worker, 24 
E. Georgia, r. 39 Elm. 

Haynes Henry M , works Cement Pipe 
Co., r. sc. cor. Michigan and Cal- 
ifornia. 

Haynes James, with McCord & Wheatly, 
r. 39 Elm. 

Haynes J. R. physician, r. 81 Massachu- 
setts av., 

Haynes Lewis, traveler for Fairbanks' 
Scales, 43 and 45 N. Tennessee. 

Haynes Martha, (wid. James) r. 39 Elm. 

HAYNES PHILIP, wholesale and 
retail confectioner, 40 W. Washing- 
ton, r. 100 N. Illinois. 

Haynes W. H., printer, Braden & Burford, 
bds. cor. Mississippi and Maryland, 

Hays Barton S., artist, r.41 Madison av. 

Hays Emanuel M, (H., Rosenthal & Co.) 
r. 233 E.Ohio. 

Hays Frank H,, with Snyder & Hays, 
bds 340 N. Alabama. 

Hays Isaac C, (Snyder & H.) r. 340 N. 
Alabama. 

Hays John, engiiieer, C. C. & L C. R. 11., 
bds 61 S- Noble. 

Hays Lizzie E. Jliss, bds. 41 Madison av. 

Hays Haggle Miss, servant Spencer 
House. 

Hays Matlie Mrs, bds 41 Madison av. 

(lavs ^arah, (wid) r. 177 E. Maryland. 

HAYS, EOSEWTHAL & CO., 
(K. W. llayf, 11. liosenihal and .VI. 
Koseiithal) wliolesale cloUiiers, 04 
S. Meridian. 



HEI 

liaywood Alfred, (H. & Rooner) r. 261 E. 
Market. 

Haywood & Rooner, (Alfred H. and H. 
C. R.) American leg and arm Co., 
172 E. Washington. 

Ilayworth Ira, roofing, r. 166 N. Dela- 
ware. 

Hazelton \V. H., attorney, 4 JElan bldg., 
r. 348 N. Alabama. 

Hazzard Samuel P., Western freight 
agent, B. & 0. R. R , r. 166 N. West. 

[leaf August, scourer and dyer, 65 N. 
Illinois, r. same. 

Hcaley Dennis, works rolling mill, r. 85 
Ann. 

Healey John, lab, r 247 Missouri. 

Healey Patrick, grocer, 225 S. Tennes- 
see, r. same. 

Hearn Thomas Dr., r. 165 N. Mississippi. 

Heath A. G , salesman, Carr & Alvey, 
bds. 5 18 N. Tennessee. 

Heath C. A., traveling agent, J. C. Green 
& Co., r. 71 N. East. 

Heath Caroline .Miss, v. 3') Chatham. 

Heaih John, farmer, r. 35 Chatham 

Heath Sylvester, student, r. 35 Chatham, 

lleatline George, cabinetmaker, r. 381 E. 
Georgia. 

HEBBLE J. W. & SON, proprs 
Bicking House, 89 S. illino.s. 

Heber , elk, Boston store, r. 408 N. 

New Jersey, 

Heck Israel, lab. r. cor. Massachusetts 
av. and St. Clair. 

Heckert William, works glass works, r. 
131 Chestnut. 

Heckman Christopher, (H. & Sheesley) r. 
413 E. Washington, 

HECKMAN & SHEESLEY, 
(Christoph H. and Eli S.) prop'rs 
City .Mills, 354 E. Washington. 

Hedge A., baggage master, I, B. & W. R. 
R. 

Hedderich Peter, cabinetmaker, r. 231 
N. Noble. 

Hedgepeth Jane, (ccl'd wid. John) r. In- 
diana av. 

Hedges Elijah, (Weaver & Hedges), r. 39 
N. Illinois. 

Hedges Fr.mcis M., lub., r. 474 S. Ten- 
nessee. 

Hedges I. L., bookkeeper Thos. Madden, 
r. S. city limits. 

Hedges James H., city sexton, r. 140 N. 
Tennes.-ee. 

Hedges Vinton, tinner Munson & John- 
sons, r. 132 N. Tennessee. 

Hegedoru Henry, lab., r. 5 Buchanan. 

llege'aarth Chri'stiua Mrs,, r. 221 S, Ala- 



bama, 
lleid Fred., butcher, 312 E. Market, r. '. 

miles E. on National road, 
ifeid John T., butcher, r. 2 miles E. oi 

National ro.id 



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Ileid Louis, meat market, nw. cor. Mich- 
igan and Noble, r. same. 
Ileid Ludwig, bulciier, r. 2 miles east on 

National road. 
Ileidcr Paulina, (wiJ.) \: over 200 E. 

Washington. 
Heidliuger John A., r. 14 N. .Mississippi. 
Ileidnniich Christ, tailor, r. V2S Huion. 
Heier Frank, railro.ider, r. GO Railroad. 
Heiler Henry, blacUsmith, bds. Globe 

House. 
Heim Jacob F., butcher, r, 5-J3 E. Wash- 

ing.on. 
Ileim John R , bi.tcher, r. 553 E. Wash- 

ingion. 
Heimliuch George, Cabinetmakers' Union, 

r. 287 N.Noble. 
Uein Charles, mechanic, r. IGO N. Lib- 



lleine Henry, shoemaker 



304 Virginia 
,C. R. 



Heiner Andrew, watchman C.C. & 
U., i;0 S. Noble. 

Heiner Ann. (wid.) r. 157 Buchanan. 

Ileiner Frederi ;k, night watchman Belle- 
fontaiue K. R. Shops. 

Heiner Henry, r. 304 Virginia av. 

Heiner John, carriagesmiih, Shaw L. & 
C, bds. OS S. Pennsylvania. 

Heiner John, works C. Glazier, r. 157 
liuchanan. 

Heinrich Charles, elk. 55 and 57 S. Me- 
ridian. 

Heinrich Christian, butcher, 170 S. -Illi- 
nois, r. same. 

Heir Charles, works Rolling Mill, r. 317 
S. Pennsylvania. 

Heiscr Casper, lab. U. S. Arsenal. 

Ueiser Charles, saloonkeeper, 70 S. Dela- 
ware, r. 73 Spring. 

Heisev Wm., piiinler Eagle Machine 
Works, r. 478 E. Georgia. 

Heiekel W. L, demist, 7(i E. Market, r. 
80 E. Market. 

Heisler Chris, wiper I. C. & L. R. R. 
shops. 

Heisler Jacob, works 1,0. & L. R, R. 
shops, r. 122 S. Noble. 

Hcisser J 11., elk. 34 S. Meridian, r. 503 
N. Mississippi. 

Heit Henry, cooper, r. 116 South Noble. 

Heit Louis L, butcher, 41 S. Noble, r. 323 
Hermann. 

Heilchew T. G., bookkeeper, 146 S. Penn- 
sylvania, r. 251 S. Alabama. 

Heite George, cooper, r. 498 E. Georgia. 

HEITKAM GEO. H., merchant 
tailor, 8 W. Washington, r. 104 N. 
Winston. 

Heitkam Henry, barber, r. 30 S. Dela- 
ware. 

Ileitkiim John, Cabinetmakers Union, r. 
112 North Winston. 

Heitz George, gardener, r. 131 N. East. 



BEr^HAM BRO'S, 

3G East Washington St., 

PIANOS, ORGANS, JlliSIC. 



Best Goods! Lev 



.r rices 



Heitz Louis, works Sinker .^ Co., r. 62 

II OS brook. 
HEIZERC. C, Township Trustee, 14 

N.Delaware, 3d tloor, r. 78 Lockerbie. 
Heizer Henry, plasteier, r. 356 N. 

Noble. 
Heizer John, r. 350 Ralroad. 
Heizer Wm. L., painter Eagle Machine 

Works. 

Heiier , (wid.) r. 477 N. New Jersey. 

lleizmau Mathii.s, sawtiler 63 S. i^enn- 

sylvania, bds. California House. 
Helcher Charles, lab. r. 76 Coburn. 
Held Louis, machinist, Eagle Machine 

Works, r. 467 S. Meridian. 
Helker Henry, florist, 124 E, St. Joseph, 



\nd sign paii 



Helle Louis, ho 
S. Pcnnsv 

Heller Jacob, lab., r. 40 Douglass. 

HELLER JAMES E., attorney at 
law, 2Ui N. Delaware, r. 221 N. New 
Jersey.' 

Helm Adara,;carpenter, r. 296 Libeny. 

Helm Charles C, painter, r. in Black- 
lord blk. 

Helm Henry, stonemason, r. 651 E. Wash- 
ington. 

HELM JOHN, groceries and saloon, 
272 Winston, r. same. 

Helmish George, baker, works 178 S. Illi- 
nois, bds. same. 

Helmich John, porter, P. 0,, r. 347 N. 
New Jersey. 

Helms Thomas -M., chairmaker, r. 107 N. 
Noble. 

llelwig Charlers, carpenter. Eagle Ma- 
chine Works. 

Hclwig Cliarles, dealer in furniture, 115 
and 117 E. Washington, r. 224 W. 
New York. 

Helwig Johm, cabinetmaker, bds. Cali- 
fornia House. 

Hely Mary, (wid. Joseph) r. 172 Eddy. 

Henderson James, fireman I. C. & L. R. 
R., bds. Ray House. 

Henderson James, elk. Bee Hive Store, r. 
77 Kentucky av. 

Henderson John W. (B. & Henderson) r. 
168 N. East. 

HENDERSON WM., prest. Indian- 
apolis Insurance Co, and attorney 
at law, r. 134 N. .Meridian. 

Henderson William, lab,, Osgood, Smith 
& Co., r. 404 S. Missouri. 



HEN 
il. H. LEE 

Teas, Coffees, Sugars & Spices 

DIUECT FKUM THE 

Importers and Kefineries, 



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Ilenaley William, elk., 110 S. Meridian, 

bii8. 333 N. Illinois, 
llenson Sanih, (wid) r. 8 N. Liberty. 
Heniborn W. C, night elk., National 

Hole], r. same. 
H^pp John K., carpenter, r. 325 E. .Mioh- 



HIS CUSTOMERS TWO OR THREE PROFITS. I Herburg Charles, inspector I. C. & L. R. 

j R. depot. 

Henderson \V. H., tinner, r. 329 Virginia Herd John, currier, r. 122 E. Michigan 
Road. 



Herden Michael lab., r. over 238 E. 

Washington. 
Hereth Ad., saddles and harness, 24 N. 

Delaware, bds. 268 N. Delaware. 
Hereth J. C, (Hereth J. C. & Co.) r. 268 

N. Alabama. 
Hereth John G., carpenter, r. 263 ! 

East. 
Hereth Lewis, lab., 1.55 Spring. 
Hereth Peter P., joiner, works cor. Tei 

nessee and Georgia, r. 64 Bates. 
Hereth Phillip, saddler, r. 127 N. Lil 

erty. 
Hergd Fred, butcher, 234 E. Washinj 

ton, r. 405 E. Washington. 
Herington Ellen, servent Sherman house 
Herington Ellen Mrs., r. 228 W. Geor- 



Hendricks A. W. (H., Herd & Hendricks) 

r. 296 N. Meridian. 
Hendricks James T., carpenter, r. 196 

Blake. 
Hendricks John, (Cady & H.) r. 19 W. 

Pratt. 
Hendricks John E,, cigarmaker, r. 33 W. 

McCarty. 
Hendricks Thomas A., (H., Hord & H.) r. 

South of city on Madison rd. 
Hendricks V. K. (H., Edmuads & Go.) r. 

4.j5 N. Meridian. 
HENDRICKS, EDMUNDS & 

CO. (V. K. II. and Wm. Edmunds) 

whol. dealers in boots and shoes, 7'J 

S. Meridian. 
HENDRICKS, HORD & HEN- 
DRICKS, (T. A. H., 0. B. H. and 

A. W. II.) attorneys at law, 24J E. 

Washington. 
Heunesey Ambrose, Cooper, bds. 271 S. 

Alabama. 
Hennesey David, lab., r. 271 S. Alabama. 
Hennesey John, switchman, T. H. & I. R. 

R., bds. 217 S. Illinois. 
Hennesey Patrick, lab , r. 260 Union. 
Henning Fred. A., barber, r. 337 E. Mar- 
ket. 
Henniug Gottlieb A., tailor, r. 307 Wa- 
bash. 
Henning G. F., porter, 28 Kentucky av., 

r. 307 Wabash. 
Henning Henry, carpenter, r. 357 E. Mar- 1 road. 

ket. Herrmann Charles, machin 

Henning Joseph, lab , rolling mill, bds. [ road. 

239 W. South. I Herrmann Echilz, lab., r. 328 S. Dela- 

Henninger G. & E., dealers in toys and i ware. 

fancy goods, 115 S. Illinois, r. same, i Herrmann F. J., undertaker 26 S. Dela- 
Henry Charles W., bookkeeper, Josselyn j ware, r. 272 E. Market. 

Bro. & Co., bds. Bates House. Herrmann Gabriel, undertaker, 26 S. 

Henry John, teamster, bds. 286 S. East. | • Delaware, r. same. 
Henry Joseph, lab., r. 128 E. St. Joseph. Herrmann George, cabinetmaker, r. 220 
Henry Lawrence, lab., r. 286 S. East. N. Winston. 



Herington Mary, domestic Bates house. 
Herit William F., tinner, r. 174 E. Wash 

ington. 
Hermsey John, lab., r. 32 Bradshaw. 
Heme Elizabeth Mrs., (wid John) r. 3: 

Ann. 
Heme Joshua, lab, r. 32 Ac 
Heme .Mollie Miss, 

Ann. 
Herner Ermill, sawyer, r. 398 N. West, 
llerr John, carpenter, r. 462 E. Georgia. 
Herring Philip, pianotuner C. Soehner, 

r. 2 79 N.East. 
Herrmann Catherine, (wid) r. Arsenal 

t, r. 66 Rail- 



bds. 32 



Henry Mary A. .Miss, hds. 139 W. Market. 

Henry Michael, teamster, bds. 586 S. East. 

Henry Peter lab., r. 282 S. East. 

Henschen Joseph, r. 75 Harrison. 

Henschen Wm. II., carpenter, r. 252 E. 
South. 

Henshaw Jerry, (col'd) lab., r. 75 S. Mis- 
. Bouri. * 

Hensley John, carpenter, r. 333 N. Illi- 
nois. 



Ohio and Harvey, 
rmann Jacob, carpenter. 



binetmnker, r. cor. 
N. 



Herrmann John, pres't Cabinetmakers' 

Union, r. 472 E. Market. 
Herron F. .\I. (McLeoe & H.) r. 416 X. 

Illinois. 
Hersey George, bootmaker, bds. 18 S. 

Pennsylvania. 



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Hershey John W., -varnisher, r. 55 Mnple 

Hen Willinm, engineer C. C. C. & 1. 11. R 
T. 383 E. Michig^iD. 

Hertwig Henry, drayman, r. 128 N. Da- 
vidson. 

Hesey Allen, carpenter, bds. California 
House. 

Hcspelt Charles, (C. II. & Co.) r. 219 N 
Mississippi. 

Hespelt Charles & Co., (Charles Hespelt 
and Wni. Geiuendenn) prop'rs Na- 
tional bakery, 150 W. Vermont. 

Hess Caspar, lab., r, Madison road. 

Hess George, varnisher, r. 376 Virginia 
av, 

198 N. Missis 



95 HIL 

BENHAtVr BRO'S, 

3G Cast Wastaing-tou St., 



less Gottfried, lab. 
ippi, up stairs. 



Hess Gustave, baker, r, 406 S. East. 

Hess Hannass, carpenter, r. S. Delaware, 
nr. corporation line. 

Hess J. N., confectioner, r. 267 N.Noble. 

Hess J. W. (Gordon & (I) r. 385 N. Illi- 
nois. 

Hess Sebastian, wood sawyer, r. 505 N. 
Illinois. 

Hessling Bernhardt, tailor, r. 225 N^ 
AVinslon. 

Hester W. W., M. D., first assist, supt. 
Indiana Hospital for Insane, r. same. 

Heslon Thomas, (col'd) lab, r. 179 Eddy. 

Helhrington B. F. (B. T. H. & Co.) r. 45 
Madison av. 

Hetherington Charles, works I. C. & L 
R. R. Shops, r. 101 Bates. 

Helherington Christopher, machinist, r. 
101 liales. 

Hetherington John S., bookkeeper, r. 101 
Bates. 

Heiherington Mary Miss, teacher, r. 101 
Bates. 

Hetherington B. F. & Co. (B. F. H., F. 
Berner and J?%indel) foundry and 
machine works, 244 S. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Hetselgesser L. W. (II. & Son.) r. 595 E. 
Washington. 

Hetselgesser Samuel, (II. & Son) r. 595 
E. Washington. 

Hetselgesser & Son, livery and sale sta- 
bles, cor South and Illinois. 

Heustns Ed.vard L,, engineer T. H. & I. 
R. R., r. 223 W. South. 

Hcuslen Joseph, works Novelty Works. 

Hewitt Robert, bookkeeper Mitchell & 
Rammelsburg, bds. 25 Fort Wayne 
av. 

Hiatt Francis, (wid. Siimuell r. cor. 
Smith and Maria. 

Hiatt Naomi S., teacher Indiana Institu- 
tion for Deaf and Dumb. 

Hibbard Horace W., general freight agent 
T II. & I. R. R., hds. Bates House. 

Hibbard L. D., baggageman T. II. & I. 
R. R. 



BENHAM'S MUSICAL REVIEW, 

MONTHLY, $1.00 PEE ANNUM. 

Hibben E. C, attorney at law, r. 176 N. 
East, 

Hibben James S. (Flibben, Tarkington & 
Co.) r. 435 N. Tennessee. 

Hibben W. W., correspondent Stale Sent- 
inel, r. 190 N. East. 

HIBBEN, TARKINGTON & 
CO., (J. S. Hibben, W. C. Tarking- 
ton, C. B. Patlison, W. S. Webb and 
A. E, Pattison) jobbers of dry goods 
and notions, 112 S. Meridian. 

Hice Samuel, railroader, r. 395 Sr West. 

Hickey John, lab., r. 23 Willard. 

Hickey Joseph, stonecutter, r. 30 Grant. 

Hickey Mary, (wid) r. over 338 E. Wash- 
ington. 

Hickman John, elk., 173 W. AVashing- 
ton. 

Hicks , lab., r. 164 W. Michigan up 

stairs. 

Hick Dan C, carpenter, r. 119 Broadway. 

Hicks Joseph .M. patenlwright dealer, r. 
175 Eddy. 

Hicks Walter G., fruit tree trimmer, r. 315 
Wabash. 

Hied George, cooper, r. 498 E. Georgia. 

Hied Henry, cooper, r. 114 S. Noble. 

Higdon William C, lab., r. 181 S. Ten- 
nessee. 

Higgins Charles, engineer C. C. C. & I. 
R. R. 

Higgins Mary, domestic Institute for the 
Blind. 

Higgins Monroe, (col'd) lab., r. 289 E. 
New York. 

Higgins William B., silverplater, 75 E. 
Washington, r. 78 Plum. 

Higgins W. H., upholstering, r. 426 N. 
Meridian. 

High School, cor. Meridian and Circle. 

Highland Connelly, cabinetmaker, r. 105 
Buchanan. 

Highland Michael, contractor, r. 673 N. 
Illinois. 

Hilcher Christian, tailor, r. 42 S. Noble. 

Hildebrand Amelia Mrs., r. 373 E. New 
York. 

Hilderbrand C. L., watchmaker, C. G. 
French, r. 51 Madison av. 

Hildebrand H.' W. (H. & Kepple) r. 308 
N.Delaware. 

Hildebrand J. F., bds. 32J N. Pennsylva- 

Hildebrand J. S. (J. H. Vageu & Co.) r. 
51 .Madison av. 



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THE CHINA TEA STORES 

Are very handsomely decorated with 
Accurate Views and Scenes 

CHINESE LIFE A!M» SCENEISY. 
Call and see them before leaving the City. 

Ilildebrand Philip N., conductor T. H. & 
I. R. R.. h,l3. 51 M.Kiisnn ^v. 

HILDEBRA.ND ft: KEPPLE, (H. 
W. 11. tuid John K) Saw .Mill office 
and Lumber Yard. cor. Inditina av. 
nnd Canal. 

Milgimcir Chvistinia, grocer, se. cor. Del- 
aware and iMcCarly, r. 43 Wyo- 
ming. 

Hilkenbach William, porter Wiles iSrus. & 
Co., r. 494 N. iMississippi. 

Hill Albert, (col'd) lab., r. 37 Vine. 

Hill Augustus, iab. r. 2H7 H.ividson. 

Hill Augustus, (col d) lal.., r. ST Vine. 

Hill Benjamin F., stock dealer, r. 50 
Cherry. 

HILL E. C, dealer in Boots .ijiil Shoes, 
3 W. WusUin<rt.oi 



see. 



577 N. Tenues- 
=) bds. 188 W. 



mil Ettie. (wid 
Georgia. 

niLL GEO. W., manufacturer of 
doors, lilinds, sash, mouldings, and 
dealer in all kinds of lumber, cor. 
East and Georgia, r. 110 S. East. 

Hill James, sroeerics and provisions, 314 
W. New^Vork. 

Hill James, farmer, r, 232 \. Noble. 

IliU James, (coVd ) barber, r. I'JO N. Mis- 
souri. 

HiU James B., Beach Wood Nursery, r. 
same. 

Hill James D. (coVd) barber, H. & Car- 
ter. 

Hill John B., artist, studio 84 N. Ala- 
Hill Joshua, (cold) carpenter, r. 132 
Bright. 

Hill J. F., proprietor of Beach Wood 
Nursery, r. 84 N. Alabama. 

Hill J. F. (coVd, H. & Carter) r. 75S N. 
Tennessee. 

Hill Nathan, lab., r. 47 GeisendorfF. • 

Hill K. M., Captain and Brevet JIajor, 
U. P. Arsenal, r. same. 

HiH S. H., printer. Journal Office, r. 193 
W. Vermont. 

Hilt William A., lab., r. 112 Jackson. 

Hill & Carler,(cold,J. F. 11. and E. C.)bar- 
bers and hair dressers, 14 N. Illinois. 

Hillard Lucy .Mrs. (cold) r. 75 W. Geor- 

HiUix'sate Mrs, bds. 300 W. IM.arvland. 
Hillman Charles, carpenter, r. 32 Water. 
HillmanFred, lab., r. 30 Water. 



Hillman John, drnyman Wiles, Bro. & 
Co., r. 23S Union. 

Hillman Mary, cook, se. cor. New York 
and New Jersey. 

Hillman Michael, carpenter, 27 S. New 
Jersey. 

Hillman William, porter 74 S. Meridian, 
r. 425 P. Meridian. 

Hillman William, blacksmith, nr. cor. 
Virginia av. and East, r. 3S Water. 

Hith August, machinist, r. 287 Davidson. 

Hilt Charles W., elk. bds. cor. Madison 
av. and S. Meridian. 

HiU Frank L., with B. F. Haugh & Co., 
r. 159 Spring. 

Hiltebrand Jacob M. (Rankin & H.) r. 
317 Indiana av. 

Hilton Hen'ry, spinner Geisendorff & Co., 
r. 5 Geisendorff. 

Hime William H., moulder, r. 257 Co- 
burn. 

Himes J. L., (Klingensmith & Co. ) r. IGO 
N. Meridian. 

Hindraan Robert D., news stand, Palmer 
House. 

Hiudman Wm., bell boy, Palmer House. 

Hinds Charles, teamster, bds. 297 N. 
Winston. 

Hinds Frank M., with P. G. C. Hunt, r. 
83 E. St. Clair. 

[lines Andrew, lab., r. 321 N. Davidson. 

Uiues Cyrus C, Judge, Civil Circuit 
Court, r. 428 N. Tennessee. 

Hines Henry, (col'd) lab., r, cor. Michi- 
gan and Minerva. 

Hines Jesse, brickmason, r. 452 N. Dela- 
ware. 

nines R. -M., elk., 405 N. Alabama, r. 452 
N. Delaware. 

Hinsley Andrew J. (Budd & H.) r. 491 
N. Tennessee. 

Hinesley John T., carpenter, r. 230 E. 
Merrill. 

HINESLEY WILLIAM, proprie- 
tor Exchange Stables, 35 N. Illinois, 
r. 4li9 N. Tennessee. 

Hinkel Henry, blacksmith, r. oil N- 
Mississippi. 

IlinUle Christian, spinner, Merritt & 

Hinkley'"o. W., elk., Fletcher & Sliarpe, 
bds. Depot Dining Hall. 

Hinsdale D. C, chief operator, W. U. 
Telegraph, bds. I'yle House. 

Hinton James S. (col'd) barber, r. 229 N. 
West. 

Hippard Geo. F., salesman, Bowen, Stew- 
art & Co., r. 34 W. North. 

Hirneger Michael, machinist, r. 295 S. 
East. 

Hirsch Herman tailor, r. 317 S. Pennsyl- 

Hirt Albert, lab., r. 383 S. Illinois. 
Hitchcock Alex., r. 180 E. St. Joseph. 



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HITCHENS JOHN, horseehoer, 
44 E. Maryland, r. 126 N. Broadway. 

Uite Charles "w., machinist, r. 193 W. 
South. 

Hile Wm. (col'd) teamster, r. Blake nr. 
Indiana av. 

Hoaf Henry, moulder Eagle Machine 
Works. 

lIoRgland Thos, engineer Insane Hospital.' 

Hoagland John A., carpenter, r. 723 N. 
Illinois. 

llobbs Barnabas C, Superintendent Pub- 
lic Instruction, r. 187 E. Ohio. 

Hobbs Solomon, lab., r. 384 N. West. 

Hobhs Walter, elk,, bds. 126 E. Ohio. 

llobbs Wm. H., Assistant Superintendent 
Public Instruction, r. 187 E. Ohio. 

Hooh Joseph, carpenter, Eagle Machine 
Works, r. 212 Madison av. 

Hockersmith Ju(iiah, lab., r. 493 E. 
Georgia. 

Hockersmith Thomas, freight conductor 
I. C. & L. R. K., r. 136 S. Noble. 

Ilockstelter Christian, paster German 
Lutheran Chuch, r. 254 E. Ohio. 

llodaff William, pianomaker, r. 182 E. 
Washington. 

Ilodapp William, pianomaker, r. 185 E. 
Washington. 

Hodgson Isaac, architect Brown's blk, r. 
433 N. Illinois. 

Hodler Gottlieb, elk. Keifer & Vinton, r. 
133 E. McCarty. 

Hodson Edward, paperhanger, bds. 283 
N. Alabama. 

Hodson Thomas, paperhanger, r, 283 N. 
Alabama. 

Hoefgen Emanuel, proprietor billiard 
hall, r. (34 Indiana av. 

Hoefgen Samuel, lawyer, r. over 46 S. 
Meridian. 

Iloefler Gustave A., varnisher, r. 42 Elm. 

Hoefler George A., varnisher. bds. Cali- 
fornia House. 

Hofacker Charles, bakery, 277 N. Noble, 
r. same. 

Hofacker Gottlieb, boot and shoemaker, 
16 S. Delaware, r. same. 

Hofacker John, baker, works 257 Massa- 
sachusetts av., bds. same. 

Hofer George, shoemaker, r. 400 S. Mis- 
souri. 

Hoff JohnC, (Todd & HofF) r. 119 S. New 
Jersey. 

Hoff Louis, works rollicg mill, r. 270 
Chesnut. 

llofferbergh Kate Miss, works Indiana- 
polis cotton mill, bds. 175 Minerva. 

Iloffington M. A., teamster, r. 31 Dough- 
erty. 

Hofiman Casper, blacksmith, r. 534 N. 
Alabama. 

Hoffman Eph, wagonmaker, r. 383 S. 
Delaware. 

10 



BENHAM BRO'S, 

36 East Wasliington St., 

Pianos, Organs and Melodeons Tuned, 
Moved and Repaired, 



Hoffman George W., elk. with Frank 
Erdlemyer, bds. 263 E. Washington. 

Hoffman Gustave, cigarmaker, 35 W. 
Washington. 

Hoffman Henry, tinner, r. 236 E. Wash- 
ington. • 

Hoffman John, cook, r. 288 S. East. 

Hoffman John J., carpenter, r. 305 Vir- 
ginia av. 

Hoffman Henry, shoemaker, 173 S. Me- 
ridian. 

HOFFMAN MAX. F. A., Secre- 
tary of State, office State building, 
r. 80 N. New Jersey. 

Hoffman Philip, dealer in groceries &c., 
se. cor. Sixth and Tennessee, r. same. 

Hoffman Valentine, lab., r. 110 S. No- 
ble. 

Hoffman William T,, weaver, r. 58 Mas- 
sachusetts av. 

Hoffneister Nicholas, grocery and feed- 
store, 150 N. Noble, r. same. 

Hoffmeyer Fred. W., drayman, r. 224 
N. Davidson. 

Hoffmeyer Henry, tailor, r. 195 N, Lib- 
erty. 

Hoffmeyer William, driver at Lieber's 
brewery, r. 376 E. New York. 

Hoffner Samuel, lab., C. C. & I. C. R. R., 
r. 13 Grant near Michigan road. 

Hoffner Seth, yardman, P. C. & St. L. R. 
R. 

Hoffner Luke, flagman, T. H. & I. R. R., 
r. Michigan. 

Hoffrogge Joseph, finisher, 74 S. Pennsyl- 
vania, r. 339 Virginia av. 

Hogan John, railroader, r. 4L Mud. 

Hogan M. A. Mrs., dressmaker, 64 N. 
Illinois, r. same. 

Hogan Phillip, tobacconist, r. 2 Douglass. 

Hogan Samuel, wagonmaker, bds. 23 S. 
Pennsylvania. • 

Hogan Sarah J. (wid. Thomas) r. cor. 
Illinois and Louisiana. " 

Hogarty Michael stonecutter, r. 225 Vir- 
ginia av. 

Hogate Charles F., U. S. Internal Reve- 
nue Collector, office, P. 0. bldg., r. 
Danville, Ind. 

Hogle S. M., furniture dealer, bds. 18 S. 
Pennsylvania. 

Hogshire Wm. R. (Reid, C. & Co.) r. 287 
N. Meridian. 

Hohl Christopher, bookkeeper, Hahn & 
Bals, r. 265 Maseachusetts, av. 



HOH 9: 

H. H. LEE, 

Dealer in 

Teas, Coffees, Sugars & Spices, 

No. 7 ODD FELLOWS HALL 

AND 
ACADEMY OF MUSIC CORNER. 

llohler Ph'iUip, watchman, C. C. & I. C. 

R. R, Depot, r. N. Noble. 
Hoke Lewis A., salesman 21 W. Washing- 
ton, bds Palmer House. 
Holbrook II. C. (Ryan & II.) bds. lo7 N. 

Alabama. 
Holbrook Preston, (P.' 11. & Co.) r. 293 

S. New Jersey. 
Holbrook Thomas E-, boikkeeper, 19 S. 

Meridian, r. 1-57 N. Alabama. 
Holbrook P. & Co., boots and shoes, 9 

Odd Fellows Hall. 
Holcomb Wra. L., special agent. Conti- 
nental Life Insurance Co., bds Maoy 

House, 
lloldzkam Charles, harnessmaker, 182 

W. Washington. 
Holerman Thomas, watchman, P. C. & 

St. L. freight depot. 
Holford .1. F., freight elk., American & 

M. U. Express Company bds. Pyle 

House. 
Holland Charles A., fireman C. C. C. & I. 

R. R., r. 293 Massachusetts av. 
Holland C. R., harnessmaker, r. 126 W. 

Sixth. 
Holland G. G., gardener and sodder, r. 126 

W. Sixth. 
Holland John, carpenter, r. 303 S. Dela- 
ware. 
Holland J. W. (H. Ostermeyer & Co ) 

r. nw. cor. Tennessee and Wal- 
nut. 
Holland Thomas, lab., r. 160 Meek. 
Holland T. F. (II. 0. & Co.) r. 383 N. 

Illinois. 
HOLLAND, OSTERMEYER & 

CO. (J. W. H., F. , T. F. H. and 

W. A. Krag) whol. grocers, 27 and 

29 E. Maryland. 
HoUe Henry, elk. Stewart & Morgan, 428 

S. East. 
Holle Herman C, stonemason, r 343 E. 

Market. 
HoUen John, lab., 293 S. East. 
Ho'den Emma, (wid. George) r. cor. Ray 

and Maple. 
HoUenbeck John, express messenger, bds. 

73 W. Maryland. 
Holler Phillip, day watchman C. C. & I. 

C. R. R., r. 205 N. Noble. 
Hollett Mattie Miss, student, 24i S. 

Pennsylvania, r. 43 Chatham. 
HoUiday C. F. (W. & C. F. Holliday) r. 

131 N. Meridian. 



1 HOL 

HOLLIDAY ELIZA J. MRS., 

milliner and dressmaker, 40 S. Illi- 
nois, r. same. 

Holliday F. C. Rev,, pastor Robert's 
Chapel, r. 131 N. Meridian. 

Holliday J. D., salesman 59 S. Meridian, 
r. 398 N. Delaware. 

HOLLIDAY JOHN H., managing 
editor Daily News, r. 242 N. Ala- 
bama. 

Holliday Julius, elk., 49 N. Illinois, r. 46 
• S. Illinois. 

HoUiday^Bamuel, elk., 49 N. Illinois, bds. 



46 



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Holliday William Mrs., r. 242 N. Ala- 
bama. 

Holliday William D., r. 398 N. Delaware. 

Holliday W. (W. & C. F. Holliday) r. 131 
N. Meridian, 

Holliday W. J. (W, J. H. & Co ) r. 241 N, 
Meridian. 

HOLLIDAY W. & C. P., wholesale 
dealers in lamps, chmineys, chande- 
liers, etc., 15 S. Meridian. 

HOLLIDAY W. J. & CO., (W, J. 
II., J M. Murphy, J. H. Furnas and 
II. W. Voight) whol. dealers in 
iron, steel, nails, etc., 59 S. Meri- 
dian. 

Hollingsworth D., r. 286 E. St. Clair.. 

HoUingsworlh W. W., mail agent I. & V 
R. R. 

Hollingsworth C. (Mills & H.) r. 24 N. 
West. 

Hollins George, sawmaker, r. 171 E. 
South. 

Hollis Edwin, works Novelty Works. 

HoUoway H. C, Superintendent P. O., r. 
432 N. Delaware. 

Hclloway James M., elk. P. 0., r. 43 
Fletcher av. . 

HOLLOW AY WM. R., Postmaster, 

• office, se. cor. P. 0. bldg., bds. 125 E. 
Ohio. 

Holloway Amos, bookkeeper, 110 S. Me- 
ridian, bds. Pyle House. 

Hollowell Calvin, r. 404 W. New York. 

Hollowell Edwin, r. 404 W. New York. 

Hollweg Louis, (H. & Reese) bds. 213 N. 
Pennsylvania. 

HOLLWEG & REESE, (L. H. and 
C. E. U. ) wholesale dealers in queens- 
ware, stone and yellow ware, 90 and 
92 S. Meridian. 

Holly Theodore, shoemaker, works 83 
'W. Washington, r. 35 N. Blake. 

Hollywood Richard, r. 77 S. Illinois. 

Holman B. M., printer, bds. 30i N. Penn- 
sylvania. 

HOLMAN G. G., commission and 
produce dealer, 6 Bates House blk., r. 
Western av., nr. College. 

Holman James K., bookkeeper G. G. Hol- 
mau. r. 82 Huron. 



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HOLMAN JOHN A., attorney at 
law, 12 Talbott & New's blk. r. 
Western av. 

Holmaa John H., teamster, bds. Eighth, 
nr. Canal. 

Ilolman M. C, bvoommaker, r. nw. cor. 
North and Mississippi. 

Holmes Chris., porter, Sherman house. 

Holmes Henry, plasterer, r. 64 Cali- 
fornia. 

Holmes James, carpenter, r. 181 N. Lib- 
erty. 

Holmes W. C, President citizens national 
bank, r. out city limits. 

Holslien Charles L., (Elliott & H.) r. 155 
N. Tennessee. 

Holster Richard, bds. Union House. 

Holt Alexander, bookkeeper, r. 45 Eliz- 
abeth. 

Holt Charles A., machinist. Eagle Ma- 
chine Works, bds. 22 W. Georgia. 

Holt Frank, elk., r. ne. cor. East and 
Vermont. 

Holt Louisa M. (Wid) r. ne. cor. Ver- 
mont and East. 

Holt W. L., elk., 85 Virginia av., r. 197 
N. Liberty. 

Hollman Herman, lab., r. 149 N. Noble. 

Holtmau John, lab., r. oS Oriental. 

Holtman John H., lab., 335 N. Noble. 

Hollz August, lab., r. 451 S. Meridian. 

Holtz George & Co. (G. H. and Wm. Pope) 
merchant tailors and clothiers, 124 
S. IHinois. 

Holtz John, lab., r. 338 Chesnut. 

Homan Jerry, builder and cementer, r. 
130 E. South. 

Homburg R., physician, 194 E. Washing- 

Ilomburg W. T., lettercarrier, bds. 194:1 
E. Washington. 

Home of the Friendless, N. Tennessee nr. 
Tinker, James Smith Superinten- 
dent. 

Ilomeyer Fredrick, painter, bds C5 S. 
East. 

Ilomeyer William, slateroofer, bds. 05 
S. East. 

Homier William, tinner, Munson & 
Johnston. 

Hood H. P., modelmaker Novelty Works. 

Hood AVilliam, shoemaker, r. 177 N. 
Delaware. 

Hook Francis M., physician, r. 75 N. 
East. 

Hook Jacob, butcher, bds. 424 S. Hlinois. 

Hook Jesse, (col'd) liib., r. 276 E. North. 

Hook and Ladder Company, Fire Depart- 
ment, es. New Jersey, nr. Washing- 
ton. 

Hooker E. M. B., [printer, r. 215 W. 
Michigan. 

Hooker John, route agent I. C. & L. R. R., 



BENHAM BRO'S, 

3G East Wasliignton St.» 

AGENTS FOK THE 

BURDETT ORGAN. 



Hoover Daniel, groceries and produce 
dealer, 149 lilake, r. same. 

Hoover Jacob, teamster, r. 311 W. Wash- 
ington. 

Hoover Jacob B., huckster, r. W. Sixth, 
bet. Mississippi and Tennessee. 

Hoover John, lab., bds. 355 W. Washing- 
ton. 

Hoover John W., hoilermaker, r. 231 N. 
Liberty. 

Hoover J. N., telegraph operator, bds. 
Pyle House. 

Hoover Wm. H., plowmaker, 29 S. East, 
r. 171 E. Christian av. 

Hope Christina Miss, weaver Merritt & 
Coughlen, bds. 8. Henry. 

Hope Jennie Miss, bds. 51 Douglass al. 

Hope Jesse, (col'd) porter Tutewiler 
Bros., r. 300 E. Walnut. 

Hopkins Henry, bookbinder, bds. 28 N. 

Hopkins H. C. (Martin & H.) bds. 218 N. 

Alabama. 
Hopkins J. ri., bookbinder, bds. 28 N. 
Mississippi. 

Hopkins P. (wid. Moses) r. 274 W. Mar- 
ket. 

Hopp Aaron, peddler, r. 818 Wabash, 
bet. Liberty and Noble. 

Hoppe John W., tinner, r. 58 Hos- 
brook. 

Hopper Louis M., carpenter, r. 110 Jack- 
son. 

Horan Daniel, fireman C. C. C. & I. R. R. 

Horan James, wagonmaker, r. 128 Black- 
ford. 

Hord Oscar B. (Hendricks, H. & Hen- 
dricks) r. cor. New York and Cali- 
fornia. 

HORN HENKY J., Sr., whol. and 
retail dealer in groceries, wines and 
liquors, 174 W. Washington, r. 72 
N. Mississippi. 

Horn Henry J., jr., elk. 174 AV. Wash- 
ington, bds. 72 N. Mississippi. 

Hornaday John E., carpenter, r. 365 N. 
Alabama. 

Hornaday T. B., night watchman State 
House, bds. 143 W. Washington. 

Hornherger Christian, carpenter, r, 70 
Jackson. 

Horning John, brewer, r. 383 S. Dela- 
ware. 

Hosbrook Daniel D., civil engineer, r. 
437 N. Illinois. 



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H. H. LEE 

HAS BUT 

ONE PRICE, SELLS FOR CASH, 

And Guarantees all Goods 

Sold at the China Tea Stores, 

To be as Represented. 

Hose James, lab., r. 433 Virginia av. 

Hoshour S. K., professor North Western 
Christian University, r. 172 N. East. 

Hoskins Robert S. (Sims & H.) r. 159 
Meek. 

HosB John C, real estate agent, r. 139 K. 
St. Mary. 

Hoss John T. (Wood & H.) r. 5G Massa- 
chusetts av. 

Hoss Nelson, city assessor, r. N. Dela- 
ware, nr. city limits. 

Hossman Henry, drayman, r. 18G Harri- 
son. 

Hotchkiss Z. P., operator Western Union 
Telegraph, bds. 188 S. Mississippi. 

Hotze Eugene, printer Daily Telegraph, 
bds. Emenegger's Hotel. 

Hough Charles, r. 94 N. East. 

Hough Charles A., carriage painter, r. 
394 N. Delaware. 

Hough Joseph, carpenter, r. 210 Madison 
av. 

Houghtaling Hiram, freight conductor C. 
C. & I. C. R. R., bds. 58 Benton. 

Houghtaling Hiram, sr., bds. 58 Benton. 

House Ben D., notary public, 62 E. Wash- 
ington up stairs, bds. [193 S. New 
Jersey. 

House George, baggagemaster, T. H. & 
I. R. R. 

Houser Annie Miss, milliner, (N. & G. 
Ohmer) r. Dayton, Ohio. 

Houston C. B., salesman, r. 77 E. St. Jo- 
seph. 

Houston J. T., (J. C. G. & Co.) r. sw. cor. 
East and St. Clair. 

Houzen Peter, bootmaker, 255 S. Dela- 
ware, bds. 259 S. Delaware. 

Howard Alice Miss, (col'd) cook Nei- 
man house. 

Howard Bridget, laundrymaid, Sherman 
house. 

Howard Edward, cancer doctor, 92 S. 
Illinois, r. same. 

Howard Edwin, telegraph operator, bds. 
310 N. Illinois. 

Howard Edward, railroad conductor, bds. 
321 S. Missouri. 

Howard E. B. (J. Ferguson & Co.) r. 141 
N. Meridian. 

Howard Hattie Miss, r. 322 E. Washing- 
ton. 

Howard Henry, (col'd) porter, 29 S, Il- 
linois. 

Howard James, (cold) lab, bds. llfi Ash. 



Howard Frank, tinsmith, r. 386 W. New 
York. 

Howard Frank, (inner, Munson & JohLs- 
ton, r. 102 N. Mississippi. 

Howard Frank, bartender, r. over 322 E. 
Washington. 

Howard Liberty, operator W. U. Tele- 
graph, r. 364 S. Pennsylvania. 

Howard Stephen, (cold) lab., r. 153 Hu- 
ron. 

Howard William, works Street R. R. Co., 
r. 240 W. Market. 

Howard AVilliam 0.,r. 92 S. Illinois. 

Howden Jacob, currier, 125 S. Meridian 
bds. Union house. 

Howden William, fireman C. C. & I. C. 
R. R., bds 58 Benton. 

Howe Mrs. , r. 128 S. East. 

Howe E. P., Secretary Franklin Life In- 
surance Co., r. 420 N. Pennsylvania. 

Howe J. W., elk. Bee Hive Store, r. 33 
Forest av. 

Howe Robert, r. 175 W. Ohio. 

Howe Ihomas, works Aldrich & Gay, r. 
6 James. 

Howe Wm. H., carpenter, r. 33 Forest av. 

Howe & Converse, (P. H. & E. A. C.) 
manufacturers and dealers in the 
Stafford Loom, 372 W. Washington. 

Howell John W., traveling ogent Foster 
& Wiggins, r. 96 W. First. 

Howell Thomos, elk. 399 N. Illinois, r. 
508 N. Mississippi-. 

Howes Charles, butcher, r. 76 Huron. 

Howes Henry, carpenter, r. 342 E. Mc- 
Carty. 

Howie James, r. 453 E. Market. 

Howie Wm. W., machinist C. C. C. & I. 
B. R., r. 453 E. Market. 

Houk Philip, works C. C. C. & I. Shops, 
r, cor. North and Davidson. 

Howland Arsa, boxmaker, r. 239 S. Mis- 
sissippi. 

Howland John D., elk. U. S. District 
Court, r. 98 AV. Vermont. 

Howlett Charles, telegraph operator, bds. 
333 N. Hlinois. 

HOWLETT E. C, manager Pacific 
and Atlantic Telegraph Co., 22 t!. 
Meridian, r. 310 N. Illinois. 

Howlett G. N., operator Western Union 
telegraph, bds 333 N. Illinois. 

Howson William, filemaker American 
Saw Works, bds. 89 S. Pennsylvania. 

Hoyl Clinton D., railroader, r. 314 E. 
Louisiana. 

Hoyt D. Walter, musician, bds. 84 Massa- 
chusetts av. 

Hoyt Mrs. Harriet, boardinghouse, v. 84 
Massacuhsetts av. 

Hubbard George M., salesman J. R. Ma- 
rot, r. 228 Huron. 

Hubbard Wm. H., bookkeeper, 74 S. 
Pennsylvania, r. 616 N. Meridian. 



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Hubbard Wm. S., treasurer, Franklin 
Life Insurance Co., r. UIG N. Meri- 
dian. 

Huber Jacob, ( Beclcer & H.) r. 77 E. 
Washington, up stairs. 

Hubert Harry, tinner, r. Huron. 

Hubert John, woodworlier, L. Shaw & 
Co , r. 79 S. Meridian. 

Huckaba Alfred, lab., 278 S. Tennessee. 

Huckaba A. C, machinist. Surgical In- 
stitute, r. same. 

Ilucy M. D., jeweler, r. 289 Virginia av. 

Hudson Annie Jliss, r, room 5 Fatout 
blk. 

Hudson James W., r. 74 Jones. 

Hudson Richard, confectioner, bJs. cor. 
East and Cherry. 

Hudson S., photograph material, I'JG E. 
Washington, r. same. 

Hudson Thomas, blacksmith. Eagle Ma- 
chine Works, r. Georgia, ur. Illi- 
nois. 

Huebner Henry R. (Euos & H ) r. 440 E. 
Washington. 

HUEGELE JOHN, proprieloj Na- 
tional Billiard S.ilooii, 39 E. Wash- 
ington r. 40 N. New Jersey. 

Hnelpuesch William, watchmaker, r. 44 
Coburn. 

Huey D. N., varnisher, r. 19 S. Missis- 
sippi. 

Iluey Milton S., -varnisher, Spiegel, 
Thoms & Co., r. 293 Winston. 

Huff , railroader, r. 331 N. Noble. 

Huff A. H., Tarnisher, bds. Court Street 
boarding house. 

HuflF John, confectioner, r. 119 S. New 
Jeisey. 

Huff J. T., grocer and produce dealer, 
298 N. Pennsylvania, r. same. 

Huffer Jas., harnessmaker, r. G'J Fletcher 
av. 

HUFFEE, JAMES M.. dealer in 
saddlery and harness, 23 S. Meri- 
dian, r. 69 Fletcher av. 

Huffman John H., tannery, 25 S. East, r. 
2G3 E. Washington. 

Huffman Wm., elk., r. 23l5 E. Washing- 
ton. 

Hufmann William P., lithographer, bds. 
cor. Sixth and Tennessee. 

Hugg Christina, (wid. Martin) r. 81 N. 
New Jersey. 

Hughes James L., law student, bds. Pat- 
tison House. 

Hughes John, engineer C C. C. & I. R. 
R., r. cor. North and Davidson. 

Hughes R. Miss, teacher, bds. 244 S. New 
Jersey. 

Hughes S. A., conductor C. C. & I. C, R. 
R., bds. Bates House. 

Hughes William, r. 181 S. Tennessee. 

Hughey Temperance, (wid.) r. olO E. 
Louisiana. 



36 Uast Washington St., 

KEEP 

the: vkky best 
VIOLIN AND GUITAR STRINGS. 



Hugins Mattie Miss, r. room 8 Fatout's 
blk. 

Hugle Samuel, (col'd) lab., r. 130 Massa- 
chusetts av. 

Hugo Charlas, carpenter, r. 79 N. Noble. 

Hugo Charlotte, (wid.) r. 79 N. Noble. 

Hugo H. A., plasterer, r. 359 -8. East. 

Hulcher Charles, mechanic, r. 72 Coburn. 

Hull Armstrong, teamster, r. 77G N. Ten- 
Hull Jane, (wid. William) r. 725 N. Ten- 
nessee. 

Hulsker Bernhard, elk. Stewart & Mor- 
ga'b, r. 505 S. Tennessee. 

Hulsker Henry, lab. P. C. & St. L. 
freight depot. 

Human John, piano tuner, bds. 94 N. 
East. 

Hume, Adams & Co., (J. M. Hume, W. L. 
Adams, E. J. Foster and A. L. 
Wright) whol. and retail dealers in 
carpets, wall paper, aud house fur- 
nishing goods, 2G and 28 W. Wash- 
ington. 

Hume James M. (H., Adams & Co.) r. 25 
E. Ohio. 

Hume J udsou, railroader, r. G73 N.Penn- 
sylvania. 

Hume N., lettercarrier, r. 556 N. Ten- 
Humes Thomas, lab,, r. 303 Indiana av. 

Humphrey John, bussrunner, Palmer 
House. 

Humphrey S. D., printer, bds. 41 Huron. 

Humphreys W. W., deputy elk. U. S. 
Court, bds. Pyle house. 

Hunt Albert, machinist, r. 119 W. South. 

Hunt A. C, tanner, r. 390 N. Delaware. 

Hunt A. L., auctioneer, r. 320 N. Illi- 
nois. 

Hunt Charles, engineer, Capita-1 Tobacco 
Works, bds 119 W. South. 

HUNT CHARLES C, dealer in 
cigars and tobacco, wholesale and 
retail, 61 E. Washington, r. 3GG S. 
Alabama. 

Hunt D. (Engle & H.) r.-68 S. Noble. 

HuntD. B., Insurance agent, r. 96 Fletch- 
er av. 

Hunt Fred, oik.. Crystal Palace, bds. 
same. 

Hunt Gideon P., elk., r. 391 N. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Hunt Harry, operator W. U. Telegraph, 
bds. 320 N. Illinois. 



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AKE AT 

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AND 

ACADEMY OF MUSIC CORNER. 



Hunt Henry C, works paper mill, r. 324 
W. Washington. 

Hunt Lemuel C, compositor, r. 488 W. 
North. 

Hunt Mary Mrs., (wid John) r. 520 S. 
Illinois. 

Hunt iMrs, (wid) r. .52 S. Pennsylvania. 

Hunt Patrick, works rolling mill, r. 7 
Willard. 

Hunt P. G. C. Dr., dentist rooms 7CJ E. 
Market, r. 172 N. Delaware. 

Hunt Walter, H., bookkeeper, r. 320 N. 
Illinois. 

Hunter James, salesman New York store, 
bds. 158 N. New Jersey. 

Hunter James, (col'd) lab., r. 23-3 N. 
West. 

Hunter Thomas, cooper r. 71 Californnia. 

Hunter Tyra, student, bds. 128 Ft. Wayne 
av. 

Huntington Jiimes N., carpenter, r. 476 
N. Mississippi. 

Huntley J. M. sleeping car conductor, r. 
19 E. North. 

Hupp A. C, grainer, r. over 33Ij E. 
Washington. 

Hupp William, works Jackson, Ptider & 
Co. 

Huppertegraft Daniel, saloonkeeper, cor. 
Massachusetts av. and St. Clair, r. 
same. 

Hurd Clarissa L, boarding house, 44 N. 
Tennessee, r. same. 

Huron Kate Miss, teacher Fourth Ward 
School, bds. 89 Indiana av. 

Hurley Frank, hack and expressman, r. 
132 Maple. 

Hurley John, expressman, r. 22 N. Cali- 
fornia.. 

Hurley Michael, lab., r. 23 Ellen. 

Hurley Richard, hackman, r. 101 S. Illi- 
nois. 

HUBRLB IGNATZ,, merchant 
tailor, 170 E. Washington, r. 63 N. 
Noble. 
' Hurst Frederick J., works Osgood, Smith 
& Co., r. 120 S. Meridian. 

Hurt Albert, sawmaker, works E. C. At- 
kins & Co., r. 383 S. Illinois. 

Hurt James R., railroader, r. Ill N. 
Davidson. 

Hurt T. J., carpenter, so. cor. Pennsyl- 
vania and M-aryland, r. 799 N. Ten- 
nessee. 

llurtt David, bellboy. Bates House. 



Husban Linsey, (col'd) lab., r. 165 Indi- 
ana av. 

Iluskinson John, with A. Clem, bds. 145 
N. New Jersey. 

Huskinson Thomas, carpenter, r. 145 N. 
New Jersey. 

Hussey Edmond, lab., r. 35G S, West. 

Hust George C, butcher, -504. E. Wash- 
ington, r. same. 

Husted H.C.jtanner and currier, r. 255 E. 
McCarty. 

Huston C. B., salesman D. Root, r. 77 E. 
St. Joseph. 

Huston Felden, (col'd) carpenter, r. 75 
Bright. 

Huston George, general stock agent, C. 
C. & I. C. R. R., r. 274 N. Missis- 
sippi. 

Huston George W., teamster, r. 384 S. 
West. 

Huston John, engineer, r. 552 N. Missis- 
sippi 

Huston J. T. (J. C. Green & Co.) r. 370 
N. East. 

HusUm Mrs., r. over 579 E. Washington. 

Huston Robert, r. 370 N. East. 

Hutchins B. D. W., broommaker, bds. 
Neiman House, 

Hutchins H. H., bookkeeper, r. East Mar- 
ket, city limits. 

Hutchins E. S., grocer and produce dealer, 
407 N. Alabama, r. 115 E. St. Clair. 

Hutchins Thomas, lab., r. Ash, nr. Chris- 
tian av. 

Hutchinson B., conductor C. C. & I. C. 
R. R., bds. Spencer House. 

HUTCHINSON C. P., publisher 
Indianapolis City Directory, 16.i E. 
Washington, r. 94 W. First. 

Hutchinson C. C. & Co , (C. C. U., E. 
Fahy and Wm. Elias) proprietors 
Dollar Store, 16 W. Washington. 

Hutchinson C. C. (C. C. H. & Co.) r. Lou- 
isville, Ky. 

Hutchinson David, engineer, J. M. & I. 
R. R., r. 202 E. McCarty. 

Hutchinson E. B , general agent P. C. & 
St. L. R. R., cor. Virginia av. and 
Delaware, bds. 86 N. Mississippi. 

Hutchison Anna Miss, dressmaker, 281 
N. East, r. same. 

Hutchison John, cooper, IWs. 314 E. 
Georgia. 

Hutchison William, machinist, r. 383 
Massachusetts av. 

Iluth Anton, Cabinet .Maker's Union, r. 
474 E. Market. 

Button Eliza J. (wid. William) r. 0-52 N. 
Tennessee. 

Button George, carpenter, r. 187 Dough- 
tery. 

Hutz Louis, grinder, r. 62 Osborn. 

Hyatt John, bartender. Bates House Sa- 
loon, r. 30 circle. 



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Hyde Nathnnicl Rev., agent, American 
Home Jlissionary Society, r. 116 N. 
Alabama. 

llybiiid J. bricls and stonemason, r. N. 
Illinois, bet. Fifth and Sixth. 

IDLER CLINTON, foreman, T. H. & I. 
R. R. shops, r. 171 W. South. 

Igan Thomas P., cutter, ol N. Pennsyl- 
vania, bds. Pyle House. • 

Igoe II., attorney at law, r. 34 Lockerbie. 

Igou Alfred, bds 44 S. Tennessee. 

Ihrzohn Ernest, brewer, C. F. Schmidt, 
r. .same. 

ILG GEORGE, Saloon and Board- 
ing House, a2a W. Washington. 

Uift' Charles E., salesman, H. Bamberger, 
bds. 73 N. Alabama. 

llilf Lewis S., salesman, Bowen, Stewart 
& Co., r. 73 N. Alabama. 

llitl- .Mary M. (wid.) r. 73 N. Alabama. 

linelli Max., painter, 2l3 E. Washington, 
r. over 1U8 E. VVashington. 

luic-lli Stephen, watchmaker, bds. over 
l'J8 E. Washington. 

lines Mary A. (wid.) r. cor. Merrill and 
Kentucky av. 

luce Thomas, soldiei-, U, S. arsenal, r. 228 
Massachusetts av. 

Inders John, carpenter, r. 427 N. East. 

INDIANA BANKING CO., 28 
E. Washington, W. H. Morrison, 
President, t\ A. W. Davis, Cashier. 

In<Hana Cement Pipe Co., manufactory, 
bet. North and Walnut, nr. Canal. 

INDIANA FIRE INSURANCE 
CO., !J t-)dd Fellows Hall, I. S. 
Hursey, Pietident, W. F. Gibson, 

INDIANA HOSPITAL FOR 

^ THE INSANE, Orpheus Evarts, 
.M.L) , Siiperiiilendent, W. Indianap- 
olis, ouiiide ci(v limits. 

INDIANA INSTITUTE FOR 
T ETB EDUCATION OF THE 
BLIND, W..11. Curchman, Super- 
iutendent, ns. North, bet. Meridian 
and Pennsylvania. 

INDIANA INSTITUTE FOR 
THE EDUCATION OP THE 
DEAF AND DUMB, Thomas 
-Molntire, Superintendent, E. Wash- 
ington, outside citv limits. 

INDIANA JOURNAL OF COM- 
MERCE, Morton & Richer, pro- 
prietors, office ne. cor. Meridian and 
Circle, old Journal bldg., 2d floor. 

INDIANA NATIONAL BANK, 
ne. cor. Washington and Meridian, 
Geo. Tousey, President, D. M. Taylor, 
1 ashier. 

Indiana Stale Board of Agriculture, J. D. 
"Williams, President; J. Poole, Sec- 
retary ; ofiioc in State House. 



BENHAM BRO'S, 

'36 East Washington St., 

AGEXTS FOR THE 

BURDETT ORGAN. 



Indiana Stale Offices, cor. Washington 
and Tennessee. 

Indiana Transfer Co, 42 E. Maryland. 

INDIANA VOLKSBLAT, (Ger- 
man,) Julius Bccticher, editor and 
proprietor, ltJ4 E. Washington. 

Indianapolis, Bloominglon & Western R. 
R., office cor. Virginia av. and Dela- 
ware, W. Slater, Superintendent. 

IND'POLIS BRANCH BANK- 
ING Co., (Fletcher & Sharpe) aw. 
cor. Washington and Pennsylvania. 

Indianapolis Brewery, 309 W. Washing- 
ion, J. P. Meikel, proprieior. 

IND'POLIS CINCINNATI & 
LAFAYETTE R. R., offices 
cor. Delaware and Louisiana. 

Indianapolis, Cincinnati & Lafayette Ma- 
chine Shop, Louisian E. of city 
limits. 

Indianapolis City Academy, ss. New York 
bet. Meridian and Pennsylvania. 

Indianapolis Cotton Manufactory, W. end 
Washington, N. of bridge. 

Indianapolis Female Bible Society, 33 E. 
Washington. 

IND'POLIS GAS LIGHT AND 
COKE Co., ccr. Pennsylvania 
and JIaryland, S. A. Fletcher, Pres- 
ident. 

Indianapolis Glass Works, Kentucky av. 
nr. river. 

INDIANAPOLIS INSURANCE 
Co., Bank of Discount and Deposit, 
cor. Virginia av. and Pennsylvania, 
Wm. Henderson, President; Alex. C. 
Jameson, Secretary. 

INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, 
daily and weekly, Douglass & Con- 
ner, puhlishers^ cor. Circle and Mar- 
ket. 

INDIANAPOLIS NATIONAL 
BANK, ne. cor. E. Washington and 
Pennsylvania, T. P. Haughey, Presi- 
dent. 

Indianapolis Patent Agency, 87 E. Mar- 
ket, G. H. Zeigler, business man- 
ager. 

Indianapolis, Peru & Chicago R. R., of- 
fices 101 E. Washington, D. Macy, 
President. 

IND'POLIS PIANO MANU- 
FACTURING Co., 159 and 161 
E. Washington, C. Ingersol, Superin- 



IND 



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INDIANAPOLIS PRINTING & 
PUBLISHING HOUSE, se. 

cor. Circle and Meridian, J. M. Til- 
ford, Superintendent. 

ludiiinapolis Rolling iMill Co., office citi- 
zens bank building, John i\I. Lord 
President. 

Indianapolis Skating Rink, sw. cor. 
Georgia and Tennessee. 

IDIANAPOLIS STEAM LAUN- 
DRY, J. L. Spaulding, proprietor, r. 
22 and 24 S. New Jersey. 

Indianapolis & St. Louis K. K., T. A. 
Morris Pres't, office -53 S. Aladama. 

ludiiinapolis & Vincennes R. R., D. C. 
Branham Superintendent, cor. Vir- 
ginia av. and Delaware. 

IND'PODIS WAGON AND AG- 
RICULTURAL WORKS, 
172 S. Tennessee. 

Ingall Jacob, lab., r. 19U W. Washing- 
ton. 

IngersoU Charles, Superintendent Indi- 
anapolis Piano Manufacturing Co., 
r. 163 E, Washington. 

IngersoU Frank, turner, r. 235 S. Ala- 
bama. 

IngersoU Mary Miss, principal Sevenfh 
ward school, r. 333 S. Alabama. 

IngersoU Selmah Miss, teacher Fourth 
ward school, r. 333 S. Alabama. 

Ingle Alexander, r. 70 E. Market. 

INGLE MARK W., dealer in all 
kinds coal, also salt agency, 3(3 E. 
Market. 

Inglecash John, lab., r. 437 S. Missouri. 

Ingles John, coppersmith, C. C. &. L C. 

INGRAHAM C. B.,_art gallery, 321 

£. Washington, r. 2/ W. Ohio. 
Ingram Thomas, sawyer, r. 47 Helen. 
Insprucker John A., shoemaker, r. 173 

West Washington. 
Inwalle Benjamin J., proprietor Inwalle's 

garden, 367 Virginia av., r. same. 
Inwalle J. H., painter, r. 339 Virginia 

av. 
Ireland William H., stairbuilder, bds. 38 

Forest av. 
Irish Adam, woodsawyer, r. 204 E. 

Court. 
Irick Mofris C, carriagepainter, r. 133 

Ft. Wayne av. 
Irick William II., bricklayer, r. 326 N. 

New Jersey. 



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Irons Catherine, ( wid. Stephen) r. 193 
W. Maryland. 

Irvin Isaac W,, r. ne. cor. First and 
Mississippi. 

Irvin R. C, printer Journal Office, r, 32J 
N. Pennsylvania. 

Irvin William, (Ritter & 1,) r. 30 W. 
JIaryland. 

Irving A. B., music dealer, r. 98 E. New 
.York. 

Irving C. L., patent agent, bds. 18 E. 
Michigan. 

Irving David, salesman New York Store, 
bds. 158 N. New Jersey. 

Irving H. B., carpenter, r. 213 N. Penn- 
sylvania. 

Irving James, machinist. Eagle Machine 
Works, bds. 86 S. Mississippi. 

Irving J. R,, agent for William Sumner 
& Co., r. 360 N. East. 

Isensee Albert, locksmith and bell- 
hanger, 28 N*. Illinois, r. same. 

Isgrigg James A. (I. & B.) r. 413 W. 
New York. 

ISGRIGG & BRACKEN, (J. A. 
I. and T. E. B.) dealers in lumber, 
lath and shingles, 180 W. Market. 

Ishmael Joshua, lab., r, 23 Kingan. 

Iske Caroline, domestic. Blind Institute. 

Iske Christian, lab., r. 427 Virginia av, 

Iske William, machinist, r. 81 Huron. 

Ittenbach Frank, (S. I. & Co.) r. 272 E. 
South. 

Ittenbach Gerhard, (S. I. & Co.) r. 272 E. 
South. ^ 

Ivery Peter, teamster, r. 329 N. Noble. 

JACHMAN A, MRS., r. 312 E. Wash- 
ington. 

Jachman Herman, merchant tailor, 257 
E. Washington, r. 312 E. Washing- 
ton. « 

Jack Charles, papermaker, 24 E. Geor- 
gia, r. Louisiana, bet. Noble and 
East. 

Jack George, custom tailor, 250 Indiana 
av., r. same. 

Jack Matthew, jr., elk. North Western 
Farmer Office, r. 62 S. Pennsylvania. 

Jack Matthew W., tailor, r. 62 S. Tennes- 
see. 

Jacks Isaac N., elk. 156 W. Washington, 
r. cor. New York and Tennessee. 

Jackson Andrew, elk. 18 W. Pearl, r. 
.Minerva, nr. Union. 

Jackson Elizabeth N. (wid.) r. 56 Bates. 

Jackson John, (col'd) pastry cook Pal- 
mer House. 

Jackson John, lab., r. 72 Picking. 

Jackson Rachel, (col'd) r. 397 Howard. 

Jackson Thomas, currier Moony & Co., r. 
191 W. Maryland. 

Jackson Thomas, (L. R. Martin & Co.) 
bds. Pyle House. 



JAC K 

Jackson T. B. (VanCamp & J.) bds, cor- 
Mississippi and Maryland. 

Jackson T. M. (J. Rider & Co.) r. 71 Indi- 
ana av. 

JACKSON W. N., Secretary and 
Treasurer Union Railway Co., r. 82 
W. North. 

Jackson William, slate roofer, r. 18G N. 
Davidson. 

Jackson Willis, (cold) hh., r. 177 In- 
diana av. 

Jackson, Rider & Co. (T. M. J. and T. 
II. R.) furniture and cane seat chairs, 
factory and wareroom, cor. New 
York and Canal. 

Jacob Joseph, notions and wool goods, 115 
E. Washington, r. 15G fi. East. 

Jacob! A., butcher, 387 S. Delaware, r, 117 
Wyoming. 

Jacobs Adel, (wid.) r. 1-56 N. East. 

Jacob Charles P. (Barbour & J.) r. 1G6 
Christian ay. 

Jacobs Frank, receiver, bds. 14-5 S. New 
Jersey. 

Jacobs John, carpenter, bds. 2.56 Blake. 

Jacobs Millon, blacksimih, r. 145 S, Now 
Jersey. 

Jacobs Richard, boxmaker, r. 58 Bright. 

Jacobs Stephen, boxmaker, 3S S. Illinois. 

Jacobs Valentine, r. 145 S. New Jersey. 

Jacobs William B., agent Cabcock's Fire 
E-xtinguisher, 24 N. Pennsylvania. 

Jacoby Jerome, candymcker, 26 S. Me- 
ridian, bds. 78 S. Pennsylvania. 

Jacpby David R., fish store. Pearl, r. 73 
S. Pennsylvania. 

Jacquenin Frank foreman P. Lieber & 
Co. 

Jacquise J;, cigar manufacturer, 190 N. 
Mississippi, up siairs, r. same. 

Jager Otto, brewer Meikel's Brewery, 
bds. 323 W, Washington, 

James Elizabeth, servant, Ray House, r. 
same. * 

James Frank, (col'd) lab., r. 410 S. Ten- 
nessee. 

James John, (cold) lab., bds. 410 S. Ten- 
nessee. 

James M. C, elk., r. 66 W. New York. 

James Mary, (wid. John) r, 24 W. Mc- 
Carty. 

James Oliver II., plasterer, r. 290 W. 
Vermont. 

James Seth C, marblecutter, r, 46 
Fletcher av. 

James T. S. (J. T. 8. & Co.) bds. Ray 
House, 

James T. S. & Co. (T. S. James and ) 

marble dealers, 136 i}. Meridian. 

Jameson Alex. G , secretary Indianapolis 
Insurance Company, r. 21 S. Pcnn- 
^ sylvania. 

Jameson L. H., assistant U. S. Internal 
Revenue Assessor, r. 139 W. South. 
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BENHAM BRO'S, 

36 East Washington St., 
Pianos, Organs and Melodeons 

FOR 
CASH OK. ON TiaiE. 



Jameson Ovid, elk., 249 N. Alabama. 
Jameson Patrick H. (J. & Funkhouser) 

r. 249 N. Alabama. 
JAMESON & FUNKHOUSER, 

(P. II. Jameson and U, Funkhouser) 

physicians and surgeons, office, -35 

E. Market. 
Janeway John, works Novelty Works. 
Jarrell Francis Miss, dress and cloak 

maker, 36 N. Illinois, r. 148 Indi- 

Jasper Aldrioh, (cal'd) lab., r, 204 W. 

Second. 
Jasper Fred. W., grocer, 333 and 335 

Virginia av. r. same. 
Jasper Herman, lab., r. 487 E. New 

Jersey. 
Jasper Hermann, works Jackson, Rider 

& Co. 
Jefters James, soldier, U. S. arsenal, r. 

472 E. Washington. 
Jeiferson Robert, (cold) carpenter, r. 247 

Minerva. 
JefFery Thomas, carriagepainter, r. 69 

Ann. 
Jeffrey William, lab., r, Chespeake nr. 

West. 
Jeffries Boberf, works glass works, r. 

Madison rd.. South of city limits. 
Jeffries Thomas, works glass works, r. 69 

Canal bet, McCarty and Railroad, 
Jehrling John P., repairer and cleaner 

3 Virginia av,, r, 125 E, McCarty. 
Jenison Alexander F., gold and silver 

plater, 22 Talbott & New's blk., r. 

19 W, Ohio. 
Jenison George, traveler, bds, 346 N, 

Meridian. 
Jenison George M., watch materials and 

tools, 22 Talbott & New'a blk. 
Jemison John, saddle and harness manu- 

facturei", 128 S. Meridian, r, 147 

Union. 
Jenkins A. W., r, 119 Massachusetts 

av, 
Jenkins C, W., checkman, P, C, & St. L, 

freight depot, r, 223 E. Market. 
Jenkins D. H., messenger, American & M. 

U. express Co., r, 232 S, Alabama. 
Jenkins Ebenezer, painter, r, 74 Ft. 

Wayne av, 
Jenkins Jennie Miss, r. 160 E. Market. 
Jenkins John, works Frink & Moore, r, 

394 N, .Mississippi. 
Jenkins John, works novelty works. 



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MAKES A SPECIAI/rv OF 



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Jenkins J. W., telegraph operator, bds. 74 
Ft, Wayne av, 

Jenkins Peter, painter, bds. 152 Blake. 

Jenkins Robert, (col d) barber, r. 228 W. 
Vermont. 

Jenkins William, confectioner, works 
Daggett & Co., r. 270 N. West, 

Jenkins W. F., stock dealer, r. 512 N. 
lUiOois. 

Jenks George W., engineer, r. 530 E. 
Georgia. 

Jenks W. R. C, foreman Journal of Com- 
merce, r. 26 N. Mississippi. 

Jennings 0. P. (wid. Henry C.) dre.as- 
maker, r. 181 N. Tennessee. 

Jennings Charles T., physician, r. 05 
Lockerbie. 

Jennings George R., works Osgood, Smith 
& Co., r. 312 Chesnut, 

Jennings P.' teacher, r. 248N. Davidson. 

Jennings W. T., tin and sheetiron wor- 
ker, GO E. Market, r. 277 W. Mich- 



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Jerrion Nicholas, carpenter, r. 317 N. 

Davidson. 
JiUson J. M., elk., C. C. 0. & I. R. R., bds. 

Pyle house. 
Jine^ William, carpenter, r. .SO Circle. 
Joachim Joseph C, butcher, 88 Fort 

Joeke Adolph, lab., r. se. cor. Elm and 

Cedar. 
Johannas Charles, wagonmakcr, r. 60 S. 



Dela 



Johautgen George, blacksmith, 

Lousiana. 
Johautgen Joseph, blacksmith. 



John Charles, r. 273 N. Mississippi. 
Johns Joel, lumber merchant, bds. 151 

N. Davidson. 
Johns James H., soldier U. S. Arsenal. 
Johnson Albert, elk. 173 W. Washington 

r. 167 W. Maryland. 
Johnson Annie, (wid.) r. 20 W. Second. 
Johnson Andy, fireman Sherman House 
Johnson A. H., wholesale dealer in 

liquors, 197 W. Washington, r. 140 

E. St. Clair. 
Johnson A. W., carpenter, r. 57 Huron, 

cor. Noble. 
Johnson Benjamin, hack 

West. 



Johnson Benjamin, (c61'5) waiter 29 S. 

I Illinois, r, same. 

[Johnson Benjamin, (col'd) porter J. T. 

I Huff.T. 217 W. Second. ■ 

,| Johnson Benjamin T,, miller, r. 231 Mas- 
sachusetts av. 

Johnson B. F., carpenter, r. ne. cor. Mis- 
sissippi and Ohio, 

Johnson B. N., salesman 112 S. .Meridian, 
bds. Sherman House. 

Johnson Charles, expressman, r. 327 S. 
A'labama. 

Johnson Cynthia, (wid.l r. 438 W. North 

Johnson C. L. F., cl't McLene & Heron, 
bds. 68 E. Market, 

Johnson E. (E. Johnson & Co.) 170 E, 
Michigan. 

Johnson E. F. (wid. George) r. 21 Fletch- 
er av. 

JOHNSON EDWARD T., atlor 
ney at law, room 9 Blackford's blk., 
r. 474 N. Pennsylvania. • 

Johnson Edward C, r. 34 S. Meridian. 

Johnson Elizabeth, (wid. John B.) r. 167 
W. Maryland. 

Johnson E. & Co. (E. J. and J. J. Smith) 
manufacturers of brass and copper 
wai-e, 108 S. Delaware. 

Johnson Frederick, works rolling mill, r. 
402 S. Illinois. 

Johnson George H., salesman J. T. Lay- 
man & Co., r. 370 S. Alabama. 

Johnson George W., bookkeeper Citizen's 
National Bank, r. 26 W. Second, 

Johnson Green C, (col'd) barbershop, 
267 W. Washington, r. same. 

Johnson H. A., grocer and produce deal- 
er, 399 N, New Jersey, bds. cor. 
Plum and Christian av. 

Johnson Harriet, (col'd, wid. Charles) r, 
356 W. North. 

Johnson James, (Golden & J.) r, 129 
Union. 

jShnson James, (col'd) l.ab., j: 175 Elm. 

Johnson James, real estate agent, bds. 
129 Union. 

Johnson James, carpenter, r. 394 N. West. 

Johnson James A., carpenter, r. 57 
Huron, 

Johnson James A., carpenter, bds. 64 \V. 
Maryland, 

Johnson James A,, carpenter, r. 312 S. 
• East. 

Johnson James E., florist, r. Michigan 
rd. nr. Washington. • • 

Johnson John, (cold) barber. Hill & Car- 
Johnson John, lab., r. 223 N West, 

Johnson John, barber, 303 E. Washing- 



Johnson Johnson, elk, Dunn & Wiggins, 
. ba.=. 328 E. New York, 
253 N. j Johnson John W., bookkeeper 20 S. Mer- 
i idian, r, 491 N, Mississippi, 



290 E. 
. 404 S. 



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Johnson Joel M., bookkeeper with A. H. 

Johnson, r. 197 W. Washington. 
Johnson Lewis, (ool'd) hostler Sullivan & 

Drew, r. 'I'lb N, Tennessee. 
Johnson Lewis, (col'ti) lab., r. Second, 

bet. Howard and Lafayette R. R. 
Johnson Mary Miss, r. room 2 over 188 

W. Washington. 
Johnson Mary F. (wid. Dr. T. E.) r. 81 

S. Illinois. 
Johnson. M. L.., agent Continental Life 

Insurance Co., Citizens' Dank bldg., 

r. 546 N. Illinois. 
Johnson N., blacksmith, bds. 2o Dacota. 
Johnson Oregon, servant, 248 S. Meri- 
dian. 
Johnson P. W, H. (col'd) lab., r. 7 Afhon. 
Johnson Philip A., cnppenter. r. 206 N. 

East. 
Johnson P. DuBois, law student, l!l E, 

Washington, bds. Pyle House, 
Johason Richard, (col'd) lab., r. Tennes- 
see, North of Seventh, 
Johnson R. J. (R. J. J. & Co,) r. S99 N. 

Illinois, 
Johnson R. J. & Co, (R. J. J. and Russell 

Elliott) grocers and produce dealers, 

399 N. Illinois. 
Johnson Serena Miss, bds. 394 N. West. 
Johnson Sarah Miss, bds. 139 W. Market. 
Johnson Sarah, (col'd, wid. William) r. 

356 W. North. 
Johns S. E., paporbox maker, bds. 444 N. 

New Jer.sey. 
Johnson S. L., printer, SentinelOffice, r. 

28 Fletcher av. 
Johnson S. S., r. 208 E, St. Joseph. 
JOHNSON THOMAS E., attorney 

at law, 42 E. Washington, r. 355 N. 

East. 
Johnson Wesley S., moulder, r. 320 S. 

Delaware. 
Johnson Warren, (col'd) lab., r. 51 Hos- 

brook. 
Johnson William, lab, 328 Blake. 
Johnson William, lab., r. 81 S. Missouri. 
Johnson William, soldier U, S. Arsenal. 
Johnson William, (col'd) lab., r.' W Sec- 
ond, nr. Lafayette R. R. 
Johnson William, (col'd) lab., r. 17.g 

Douglass al. 
Johnson William H. (col'd) lab., r. 196 

Missouri. 
Johnson William H. H., r. 135 Union. 
Johnson Wm. W., printer, Journal Office, 

r. 236 E. Vermont. 
Johnson W. P., M. D., Indiana Surgical 

Institute, r. 74 W. Vermont. 
Johnston George W., bookkeeper Citi- 
zen's National Bank, r. 2 W. Second. 
Johnston John C, elk., r. 328 E. New 

York. 
Johnston John F., dentist, 19 W. M.ary- 

land, r. same. 



BENHAM BRO'S, 

36 Kast Washington St., 
INDUNAPOUIS MANUFAOTURtne CO.'S 

I* I A. TV O S , 

ELEGANT IN TONE AND FINISH, 

DuralDle in Construction. 

Johnston John M.. attorney at law, r . 

. 328 E. New York.' 
Johnston Reed, lab., r. 156 Stevenson. 
Johnson Robert, (col'd) barber, 26 N. 

Pennsylvania. 
Johnston R. J., druggist, bds. 168 N. 

New Jersey. 
Johnston Samuel A., elk. Munson & 

Johnston, r. 220 N. New Jersey. 
Johnston Thomas, lab., r. 126 Stevenson. 
Johnston Wm. J. (Munson & J.)'r. 86 E, 

Vermont. 
Johnston W, W. (Murphy, J. & Co.) r. 546 

N. Meridian- 
Joilet Samuel Rev., r. 249 S. New Jer- 
sey, 
Jolly James, watchman I. C. & L. R. R. 

shops, r. 86 Bates. 
Jolly John, lab., r, 14 Lord. 
Jjnes A., jr. (Vinnedge, J. & Co ) r. 467 

N. Pennsylvania, 
Jones Aquilla, treasurer Rolling Mill, r. 

187 N. Pennsylvania. 
Jones Alexander, (col'd) r. 824 N. Illi- 

Jones B. D., r. 188 N. Delaware. 

iones Ben. F. (Bronson & J.) bds. 187 N, 
Pennsylvania. 

Jones Braton, (col'd) lab., r. Dunlop, nr. 
Madison rd. 

Jones Charles, (John Woodbridge & Co.) 
r. 187 N. Pennsylvania. 

Jones Charles, (col'd) r. 558 N. Missis- 
sippi. 

Janes Charles B.. elk.. Trade Palace, bds. 
64 W. Maryland. 

Jones Charles E., elk., Hume, Ada^ms & 
Co..r. 64 W. Maryland. 

Jones C. M. Dr., elk., 188 E. Washington. 

Jones Curtis, baggageraaster, P. C. & 
St. Louis R. R. 

Jones Edward, (col'd) expressman, r. 
205 N. West. 

Jones Emma M. Miss, r. 419 N. East. 

Jones Evan J , lab., r. 398 S. Tennessee. 

Jones E. B., day watchman, C. C, C, & I. 
R. R. shops. 

Jones E. B., engi&eer, r. 104 E. Second. 

Jones E. C, expressman, r. 339 S. Penn- 
sylvania. 

Jones E. F., engineer, r. 22 Lord. 

Jones F. J., broom manufacturer, r. 805 
N. Illinois. 

Jones George W., r. 793 N. Hlinois. 

Jones Hester, (wid) r. 35 Dacota. 



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THE CHINA TEA STORES 

ARE AMONG THE 

Attractions of Indianapolis. 

Call and See Them before leaving the City. 

Jones Jessee, leal estate ngent, 17.^ W. 

WnshingtoD, r. 488 N. Illinois. 
Jones Jesse, druggist, bds. 310 Indiana 

av. 
Jone9 Jesse M., elk., 180 Indiana av., 

bds. 310 Indiana av. 
Jones John, watchman, bds. 228 E. 

Louisiana. 
Jones John, (cold) barber, r.280 N. Mis- 
souri. 
Jones John L. (Davis & J.) bds. 430 N. 

New Jersey. 
Jones JohnS., carpenter, r. 158 Huron. 
Jones J. W., night elk., Spencer house. 
Jones J. W., yardmaster T. H. & I. R. R., 

r. 30 S. .Mississippi. 
Jones John W., (J. & Hess) bds. 432 N. 

Delaware. 
Jones John W., teamster, r. 412 S. West. 
Jones John W. (col'd) barbershop, IG S. 

Meridian, r. same. 
Jones Julius, (Gilkey & J.) bds. Palmer 

House. 
Jones L., mail agent, I, C. & L. R. R,, r. 

205 Massachusetts av, 
Jones Lewis, druggist, 48 N. Pennsylva- 
nia, r, 231 N. East. 
Jones L. W., traveler, Kimble, Aikman 

& Co., bds. Sherman House. 
Jones Marshall, (col'd) teamster, r. 4.j'4 

S. Tennessee, 
Jones Richardson, lab., r, 57 S, Pennsyl- 
vania, 
Jones Robert A., stairbuilder, 232 N. 

Winston, r. 299 N. Winston. 
Jones R, L. (cold, J, & Stewart) r. North, 

bet, California and West. 
Jones Sillivan, (col'd) lab., r. 170 W. 

Georgia. 
Jones Spicer, farmer, r. 136 N. Tennes- 
see. 
Jones Thomas, cooper, r, 45 Hollen. 
Jones Thomas, (col'd) lab.J bds. 198 S, 

Illinois. 
Jones Thomas E. (J. & Pickerill) r. 77 

Jackson. 
Jones Wm. (cold) barber, r, 141 W. 

Washington, 
Jones Wm, (col'd) lab., r. cor, Blake and 

Rhode Island. 
Jones Willis D. (Davis & J.) r, 74 Plum, 
Jones Wm, H. (Ooburn & J.) r. 278 N, 

Illinois, 
Jones Wm, M,, grain merchant, r. 199 

Jackson. 



Jones Wm. T., elk., r. 310 Blake. 

Jones W. W. (Davis & J.) r, 70 N. East. 

Jones W. T., works Osgood, Smith & Co., 
r. 35 Fletcher av. 

Jones & Hasselraan, (John W. Jones and 
Otto II. Hasselman) merchandise 
brokers, 30 S. .Meridian. 

JONES & PICKERILL, (T. E. J. & 
S. J. P.) grocery and produce dealers, 
cor. Cherry and Broadway. 

Jones & Stewart, (cold B. L. Jones and 
George Stewart) barbers and hair 
dressers, 29 N. Illinois. 

JORDAN ELLA Miss, dressmaker, 
r. 180.] W. Washington, 

Jordan Emma Miss, teacher Fourth 
Ward School, bds. 186 N. Tennessee. 

Jordan Gilbert, r. 180 N. Tennessee. 

Jordan Harry, elk. r. 308 E. New York. 

Jordan John, groceries and provisions, 
158 W, Washington, r. 172 N. Mis- 
sissippi. 

JORDAN LEWIS, attorney, 1 and 
2 Talbott & New's blk., r. 352 N. 
Meridian. 

Jordan Phineas, elk., r. 308 E. New York. 

Jordan P. G., elk. 76 W. Washington. 

Jordan William, barber, r. Indiana av. 
bet. North and California. 

Jordan William, barber, N. E. cor. E. 
Washington and Pennsylvania, r. 
202 Indiana av. 

Jose Albert, picture framemaker, r. 413 
I Virginia av. 

Jose Nicholas, new and second hand fur- 
niture, 8 S. Pennsylvania, r. S. cit.y 
limits. 

Joselan Thomas, contracting agent C. & 
I. J.R, R, office 110 and 112 Vir- 
ginia av. 

Joseph George W. (Long & Joseph) r. 29 
N. California. 

Joseph Richard C, insurance agent, r. 29 
N. California, 

JOSSELYN A. K., (J. Bros. & Co,) 
r. 16 Indiana av. 

Josselyn J, B,, traveler Josselyn Bros. & 
Co:, bds. 16 Indiana av. 

Josselyn William, with Josselyn Bros. & 
J Co., bds. 16 Indiana av. 

JOSSELYN BROS. & CO. (A. K. 
Josselyn, & ) dealers in the Sing- 
er Manufacturing Co.'s sewing ma- 
chines, 74 W. Washington. 

Joyce John, marbleworker, r, 333 James. 

Joyce M., lab , r. cor. First and James. 

Joyce Robert, foreman C. C. C. & I. K. 
R. yard, r. 124 N. Winston. 

Jozlynn Charles D,, carpenter, r. 24 
Wright. 

Judah J. M. (Hammond & J.) r. 203 N. 
Illinois. 

Judd Frederick, carder Merritt & Cough- 
len, r. 233 N. Blake. 



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Judge James, lab., r. 47 Wyoming. 
JuJge Thomas, works rolling mill, r. 508 

S. Illinois. 
Juilkins Lorenzo D., ferrotypist 16J E. 

Washington, r. same. 
Judson C. E., traveling salesman 27 and 

2!) E- Maryland, r. 135 N. Illinois. 
.Inrlson Henry, r. 80 S. iMississippi. 
JuJsou William, (J., Maguire & Co.) r. 

152 N. Meridian. 
JUDSON, MAGUIRE & CO., 

(Wm. Judson, Doug. Maguire and 

Wm. Gillespie) Indianapolis Coffee 

and Spice Mills, 31 E. .Maryland. 
Justice James, l.ib., r. rear 77 W. New 

Vork. ^ 

iI)ER JOHN, saloon, W. Indianapo- 



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Kafader Joseph, stonecutter, r. 461 S. 
Illinois. 

Kahn Abram, r. 1182 S. Delaware. 

Kahn Adolphus, (K. & Kaufman) r. 75 
Kentucky av. 

Kahn Casper, cabinetmaker, r. 392 E. 
Michigan. 

Kahn Emille, elk. 174 E. Washington, r. 
283 E. Market. 

Kahn Isaac, (S. Kahn & Bros.) r. 139 N. 
Delaware. 

Kahn Jacob, elk. No. 3 Palmer House, r. 
193 N. East. 

Kahn Leon, (Kahn & Bros.) r. 133 N. 
East. 

Kahn Leon, with S. Kahn & Bros., r. 164 
N. East. 

Kahn Lyon, Sherman House clothing 
store, 24 W, Louisiana, bds. Oriental 
House. 

Kahn S. (S. Kahn & Bros.) r. 130 E. Ohio 

Kahn S. (K. & Bros.) r. 283 E. .Market. 

Kahn S. & Bros. (S. Kah# and I. Kahn) 
dealers in dry goods and notions, 45 
and 47 E W'ashingtou. 

Kahn S. & Bros. (S. K. and L. K.) dry 
goods and notions, 174 E. Washing- 
ton. 

KAHN & KAUFMAN, (Adolpous 
Kahn and Bernhard Kaufman) cloth- 
iers, 71 and 133 S. Illinois. 

Kaiser Jacob, miller, r. 327 S. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Kalb Fredericlio grocer, 310 N. Winston, 
r. same. 

Kalb Henry, lamplighter, r. 164 E. St. 
Joseph. 

Kalb John, tinftmilh, 164 E. St. Joseph. 

Uallmeier Henry, lab. r. 249 S. Alabama. 

Kiimm Gottlieb, teamster, r. 505 S. New 
Jersey. 

Kane Dennis, blacksmith, r. 400 E. Geor- 
gia. . 

Kane Samuel, carpenter, r. 142 Steven- 



BENHAM BRO'S, 

3G E. Washington St , 

INDIANAPOLIS MANUFACTURING CO.'S 

r»i Aivo s. 



Kantman Mathias, well di 



gger 



236 



Massachusetts i 
Knpper Frederick, carpenter, r. 23 Hahn. 
Kappes J. H. & Co., pianomakers, 210 

to 216 S. Illinois. 
Kappes J. H. (E. C. Atkins & Co.) r. 123 

E. North. 
Kappes Anthoney, shoemaker, bds. Em- 

meneggcr's Hotel. 
Kares Joseph, carpenter, r. 113 N. David- 

Karle Christian, dealer in boots and 
shoes, 83 E. Washington, r. 72 S. 
Delaware. 

Karle Christian J., blacksmith, bds. cor. 
East, and Ohio. 

Karle J. J., shoemaker, 301 E. Washing-' 
ton, r. same. 

Karney John, plumber, gas and steam 
fitter, 78 Virginia av., r. 307 S. Del- 
aware. 

Karras Joseph, carpenter, L C. & L. R. 
R. Shops, r. 113 Davidson. 

Kasser John, shoemaker, bds. 578 E. 
Market. 

Kasberg Peter, moulder, r. 71 Hosbrook. 

Kassabaum Casper, ale bottler V. Mcir 
& Bros., r. 592 E. St. Clair. 

Kassabaum Frederick, liib., r. 592 E. St. 
Clair. 

Kassell Margret, (wid. Nicholas) r. Mich- 
igan road N. First. 

Kassel Nichols, lab., r. West, N. of First. 

Kassler Frederick, groceries and pro- 
visions, cor. Massachusetts av. and 
Plum, r. same. 

Kastle, Rose, (wid. Jacob) bakery and 
confectionary, 170 West Washington, 
r. same. 

Kaufman Aaron, (A, & S. K.) r. 389 N. 
Pennsylvania. 

Kaufman A. F., coUarmaker, 76 S. Dela- 
ware, r. same. 

Kaufman A. & S., whol. liquor dealers, 
116 S. Meridian. 

Kaufman B., (Kahn & K.) r. 23 Madison 

KUAFMAN CHAEIiES, whol. 
liquor dealer, 23 W. Maryland, r. 
355 N. Pennsylvania. 

KAUFMAN CHARLES, manufac- 
turer and dealer in showcases &c., 14 
N. Delaware, r. same. 

Kaufman Caroline Mrs., r. 261 E. Mar- 
ket. 



KAU 
H. H. LEE ~ 

Makes a Sjiecialfy of 

CHOIG33 CtOItVETS RIO, 

OLD GOVERNMENT JAVA COFFEES. 

Knufman Jolin, paslor Evangelical 

tluircli (Germau) r. Wabash bet. E. 

and New Jersey. 
Kaufman Louis, nicalmarkel, .32 V 

ginia av., r. ItlO Higli. 
KAUFMAN MORITZ, meat m 

ket, cor. Norlli and West, r same 
liaufraau Moses, whol. liquor dealer 4" 

W. Lousiana, r. 119 i\. Illinois. ' 
Kaufman S., r. N. Pennsylvania cor. 

Kaufman S. (wid) r. 201 E. Market. 
Kaufman Simon, elk. Charles Haufman, 

r. 201 N. Liberty. 
Kaufman Solomon, "(A. S S. K.) r. N. 

Pennsylvania near city limits 
Kaum Gotleib, elk. William Smith, 'r. -505 

S. New Jersey. 
Kavanah Mathews works Osgood, Smith 

& Co., r. 55 Eddy. 
Kay Hannah, (wid, Joseph) r. eor. Mis- 
souri and Walnut. 
Kay Robert, stonecutter, r. 376 N. East 
Kayler Frank, teamster, r. 13G N. Noble 
Kayler Louisa, (wid.) r. ' 156 E. St 

Joseph. 
Kearsting Robert, barkeeper 15 N. Penn- 
sylvania, r. 16 S. Pennsylvania 
Keating Jeffery, lab., r. 207 High. 
Keating John, teamster, 24 W Marv 

land, r. 79 S. West. 
Keating Joseph J., organist St. Jolin's 

Cathedral, r. 90 S. Illini" 
Keating L. W. Jlrs., teacher, r. 250 

Dougherty. 
Keating Thomas, lab, r. 77 W. M.cCarty. 
Keay George, elk., W. C. Newoomb, r 

3(8 N. East. ' 

Keay William F., elk., U: S. Arsenal 
Keef John, railroader, r. 43 Harrison 
Keef Mary, domestic. Bates House. 
Keefe Arthur, lab,, r. 368 S. Tennes- 



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Keenan James, elk., r. 100 S. Noble 
J Keenan John, lab., r. 108 S. Noble. 
I Keenan Margaret, (wid.) r. 105 S, Noble. 
Keers Samuel, lab., works Hoosier State 
j mills, r. 25 Blake. 

Keers Wm. J., cooper, r, Minerva wpsi 

•end St. Clair. 
Kees Hiram W., engineer, I. C. & L K 
I R; r. 107 S, Noble. 

1 Eeesee George, lab., r. New Vork bet 
Blake and Minerva. 
Kegan Hubert, plasterer, r. 49 Bradshaw 
Kehr Charles, baker, bds, 191 N Noble 
Keifer A. (K. & Vinton) r. 483 N Illi- 
nois. 
Keifer Jacob, machinist, works Sinker & ' 

Co., r. 177 Union, 
Keifer Peter, bakery, 2.55 Indiana av r 

same. ' 

Keifer Philip, jr„ baker, r. 2.35 Indiana 

Keifer & Vinton, (A. K, and A E V ) 

,- • ■l'f°'f'''e druggists, 68 S. Meridian. 

Iveis H. W., engineer, l! C. & L. R, R. 

Keiser Catherine Mrs. r. 73 Massachu- 
setts av. 

Keiser Charles, cigarmaker, r. 61 Rus- 
sell. 

Keiser Charles, meat market, W. Fourth 
bet. Tennessee and Mississipni r 
same. '^^ ' ' 

Keiser Geo., plumber, bds. 152 N Blake 

Keiser John, machinist, r. 23 Kentucky 



Keehn Mary Miss, teacher Fourth Ward 

School, bds. 204 N. Illinois 
Keely Henry S., brickmason, r 308 E 

Ohio. 
Keely Lou Mrs., r. 322 E. Washington. 
Keely Oliver, brickmason, r. 301 E 

Ohio. 
Keely William, r. 158 E. Michigan. 
Keely Wm. H., bricklayer, , 163 E 

Ohio. 
Keen Lawrence, shoemaker, 167 Virginia 

av., r. 17DS. New Jersey. 



Keker John, carpenter, r. Morris S 

ciiy.Iimits. ' 

Kelcher James, boot and shoemaker, r 

20 Douglass. 
Kel.mjer Henry, lab., P. C. & St. L. freight 
, depot, r. 249 S. Alabama. 

I Ke er Daniel, stonemason, r. 466 S.East 
Keller Henry, lab., r. 110 E, St. Mary 
Keller P., cabinetmaker, 62 N. Pennsyl- 
vania, r. same, 
Keller Robert F. H., salesman 29 W 

Washington, r, 50 N. East. 
Keller ^ac. P., engineer C. C. & I C R 
R,, r. 202 Meek. ' " ' 

KELLISCH MARTIN, proprietor 
Bates House Meat Market r 140 
Madison av. ' 

Kellemeyer Henry, lab., r. 249 S. Ala- 
bama. . 
Kelley Andrew, printer. News office bds 

24 Buchanan. ' 

Kelley Anthony, tailor, r. 84 W, South 
Kelley B. G. (Gates, Prey & Co.) r. Mor- 
gan county. 
Kelley Cornelius, switchman T. H. & I. R, 

K , r. 240 S. Missouri. 
Kelley Elijah, (col'd) carpenter, r. 387 

Elizabeth. 
Kelley Hugh, porter at New Vork Store, 
r. 20 N. California. 



Kelley Jenelte, (wid. James) r. 153 W. 

South. 
Kelley John I., works pork house, r. 290 

\V. Washington. 
Kelley Katie, servant Sherman tlouse. 
kelley Michael, lab., r.'280 S. Missouri. 
Kelley Patrick, lab., r. 243 Kentucky av. 
Kelley Theresa Miss, servant Spencer 

House. 
Kellogg Amos V., engineer C. C. & I. C. 

R. R., r. 377 E. Georgia. 
Kellogg Newton, edge tool manufacturer, 

411 W. Washington, r. 47 N. West. 

Kelly , lab., r. 2 Dougherty. 

Kelly Catherin Mrs., r. 21 Bucha 



1 KER 

BENH/VM BRO'S, 

3fi Uast Wasliin^toii St., 

Kennedy Samuel, carpenter, r. 172 Buch- 
anan. 

Kennedy Sarah, (wid.) r. 235 W. South. 

•Kennedy Thomas, lab., r. 179 E. South, 

Kennedy Wm. T., signpainter, 18 S. Me- 
ridian, hds. 30 N. New Jersey. 



Uy Cornelius, carriage pai 

Massachusetts 
Kelly Daniel, fireman C. C. C. & I. R. W-. | Kenny Michael, lab,, 
Kelly Hugh, elk. 18 W. Pearl, r. 21G E. 

Washington. 
Kelly John B., painter, r. 19 Cherry. 
Kelly John R., machinist Eagle Machine 

Works, bds. Ray House. 
Kelly M. Mrs., dressmaker, 44 N. Ten- 
nessee, r. same. 
KELLY P., merchant- tailor, 40 S. 

Illinois, r. same. 
Kelly P. Ht, drug elk. W. W. Butterfield, 

bds. 437 N. Tennessee. 
Kelly R. H., Evening News, r. 483 N. 

Meridian. 
Kelly William R., works Osgood, Smith 

& Co., r. 13 Willard. 
elsey J. M., student, bds. 04 S. Illinois. 
Kemp Armsted, (col'd) lab. r. 179 Indi- 
ana av. 
emper Joh 

Jersey, 
empker Charles, (Brinkmeyer & Co.) 

r. 190 N. East.' 
endall John McD., printer, r. 41 Grant. 
Kendrick Ellen, (wid. Edward) r. 123 

Maple. 
KENDRICK WM. H., physieif.n 

and surgeon, 73 N. East, r. same. 
Keneally Dennis, carpenter, r. 8-5 W. 

McCarty. 
Keneaster N. D.. r. 560 N. Illinois. 
Kenedy Michael, baggageman T. H. & I. 

R. R. 
Keukler Henry, baggageman, bcls. Cali- 



140 Kenney Cornelius, lab., r. 270 W. St. 



47 Eliz.abeth. 
Kenney Thomas, cutter, G. H. Heitkam, 

r.'sS S. West, 
Kennington John, r, 272 S. Alabama, 
Kennington Robert, blacksrauh, r, 325 S, 

Pennsylvania. 
Kens Jacob, lab., r. 483 S. New Jersey. 
Kensil George, grocery and produce, cor. 

MeCarty and West, r. same; 
Kensler Maria Mrs. (wid. William) r. 

Michigan rd., cor. Tinker. 
Kensler Patrick, railroader, r. 80 Indi- 
ana av. 
Kentemeir Charles, carpenter,, r. 317 E. 

Market. 
Kenton James, blacksmith, r. 41 Ellen. 
Kentzel Joseph, printer. Commercial 

Office, r. 50 Elsworth. 
Kepper, Christian, lab., r. 170 N. Wins- 



carpenter, 



forn 

Kenneily Dan, moulder, r. 1C3 Ilieh. 

Kennedy Daniel, blacksmith, r. 103 High. 

Kennedy Frank, (K., Byram & Co.) r. 
247 N. Meridian. 

Kennedy James, helper C. C. C. & I. R. R. 

Kennedy John, boilermaker, r. 235 W. 
South. 

Kennedy John M., street contractor, r. 
292 S. Illinois. 

Kennedy Maggie Miss, bds.292 S. Illinois. 

Kennedy Patrick, lab., r. 151 S. Ala- 
bama. 



pple Henry, heater. Boiling Mill, r. 272 

S. Illinois. 
Kepple John, ( HiUlebrand & K.) r. Mor- 

gantown, Ind. 
Kepple Josiah, works Rolling Mill, r. 270 

S. Tennessee. 
Kepple Martin, eating house, 30 W. Lou- 
isiana, r. same. » 
F\ercheval VVra. J., bookkeeper, Jas, T. 

Layman & Co., bds, 289 N. New 

Jersey. 
Kerfoot John B., elk. 17 W. Washington, 

bds. 2t)2 N. West. 
Kerfoot L. B., salesman G. II. Heitkam, r. 

104 S. New Jersey. 
Kerfoot R. A., elk. Smith & Foster's, r. 

216 N. Delaware, 
Kerk D. A., turner, r. 131 Meek. 
Kerkhoff Anion, lab., r. 143 N. David- 
son. 

Kern , tailor, r. 328 S. Delaware. 

Kern Casper, cabinetmaker, r. 392 E. 

Michigan. 
Kern Jacob, porter Post Office, r. 288 E. 

Michigan. 
Kern Louis, elk. Post Office, r. 37 S. 

Delaware. 



KER 



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THE CHINA TEA STORES 

Have the NAME of being the . 

MOST ATTRACTIVZ STORES IN THE WEST. 

No. 7 Odd Fellows Hall 
ACADEnY^ OF MUSIC COKNEK. 

Kerns Mary, (wid. James) r. 32 Doug- 
lass. 

Kerper Charles, r. 73 W. Maryland. 

Kerper Elizabeth Mrs. boarding house, 
73 W. Maryland. 

Kerper James, checlcman P. C. & St. L. 
Freight Depot, bds. 73 W. Maryland- 

Kerper James B.,' works C, C. & I. C. 
Depot, bds. 73 W. Maryland. 

Kerr George, painter, Shaw, Lippencott 
& Conner, r. 35 W. Georgia. 

Kerr H. A., p.islor Third Christian 
Churcli, r. 268 N. Blalie. 

Kersch John, works Osgood, Smith & 
Co., r. 144 Union. 

Kersey Precilla Miss, dressmaker at 
Boston Store, r. 372 E. New York. 

Kershaw Joshua, bookkeeper, 42 \V. 
Louisiana, bds. Sherman House. 

Kerz Nicholas, works A. Wiegand, bds. 
same. 

Ketcham Jane, (wid. John L.) r. 1G5 
Merrill. 

Ketcham William A. (Newcomb, Mitchell 
&, K.) r. se. cor. Alabama and Mer- 
rill. 

Kettenbach Edward, (K., Newraeyer & 
Co.) r. 279 .Massachusetts av. 

Kettenbach Elizabeth, (wid. Henry) r 
279 Massachusetts av. 

Kettenbach Henry C, traveling agent, 
bds. 279 Massachusetts av. 

Kettenbach William F., (K., Newmcyer 
& Co.) r. 279 Massachusetis av. 

KETTENBACH, NEWMYER & 
CO., (Edward K., J. A. N. and W. 
S. Kettenbacli) groceries, provisions 
and dry goods, 273 and 277 .Massa- 
chusetts av. 

Kettinghorn John T., salesman, r. 241 
Virginia av. 

Kettler G. H., varuisher, 280 E. Lou- 
isiana. 

Kettler John H., varnisher, r. 280 E. 
Lousiana. 

Kevere John H., dealer in groceries and 
provisions 52.5 N. Mississippi, r. 
same, 

Kiasel John, baker, works 178 S. Illinois, 
bds. same. 

Kiefer Jacob, machinist, r. 177 Union. 

Kiefer L. A (Kiefer & Son) r. 463 N. Dela- 



KIN 

Kiefer L. F,& Son, clock and watchma- 
kers, 2 Odd Fellows Hall. 

Kiel Caroline Miss, elk. A. Ball, 178 S. 
Illinois, bds. same. 

Kiel Conrad, lab., r. 353 E. New York. 

Kiel Henry, carpenter, r. 275 N. Noble. 

Kiemeyer William, cigarmaker, 35 W. 
Washington, bds. 113 E. Washing- 
ton. 

Kiley Daniel, engineer, t. 106 Spring. 

KileyJomes T., picture dealer, 124 N. 
East, r. same. 

KiUay Mat., lab,, r. 155 Meek. 

Kilgore J. D., dentist, 70 N. Illinois, Mil- 
ler's blk. r. same. 

Kilgore J. W., shoemaker, 04 S. Dela- 

Killinger, John G., carpenter, 328 E. 
Market, r. same. 

KIMBALL EBEN W., attorney at 
law, notary public, U. S. commis- 
sioner, office 46 E. Washington, r. 
387 N. Meridian. 

Kimball George H., flaskmaker, r. 01 
Russell. 

Kimball James N., deputy treasurer of 
State, r. 475 N. Illinois. 

KIMBALL NATHAN: Treasurer 
of State, office in State bldg., r. 475 

KIMBLE, AIKMAN & CO. (T. V. 

K., J. B. A, and D. J. Still) whol. 

dealers in hardware, cutlery, etc., 

110 S. Meridian. 
Kimble Thomas V. (K., Aikman & Co.) 

r. 275 Indiana av. 
Kimble Wm., lab., r. se. cor. Si.xth and 

Tennessee. 
Kinan Augustus, car inspector. Junc- 
tion Depot, r. 130 N. East, 
Kinchen Amanda, (wid. Siuco) r. 44 

Harrison. 
Kindel Jos,, cabinetmaker, r. 150 Wins- 
ton. 
Kindel Joseph, with B. F. Iletherington 

& Co., r. 19 Madison av. 
Kindel Joseph, cabinetmaker, r. 150 E. 

New York. 
Kinder C, locksmith and bellhanger, 60 

N, Pennsylvania, r, 215 N, Noble. 
Kinder M. W. (wid.) r. 27 Lockerbie. 
Kindler Charles, locksmith, r, 215 N. 

Noble. 
King Christian, carpenter Eagle Machine 

Works, r. 123 E. McCarty. 
King Cornelius, lumber yard E. St. Clair, 

.nr. Peru railroad, r. Western av. nr. 

Butler. 
King David, lab., bds. 9 Sharp. 
King David, ice dealer, r. 201 N. IMissis- 

sippi. 
King E., blacksmith, 73 Huron. 
King Edward, sec'y and treas. I. & St. 

L R. R., r. National rsad. 



KIN 



113 KIS 



King Ernest, night watchman, v. 503 N. 
Illinois. 

King George, carpenter, r. 27ii E. St. 
Clair. 

King Ham, lab. rolling mill, bds. Illinois 
House. 

King Ira S. Dr., office 13 S. Mississippi, 
r. same. 

King Isaac, blacksmith, r. 73 Huron. 

King Jacob, machinist, r. 18 W. Georgia, 

KING JACOB, (Vater & K.) r. 493 
S. Tennessee. 

King James, shoemaker, 105 Indiana av., 
r. Ill Indiana rt. 

King James M,, deputy U. S. Revenue 
Collector, r. 244 Davidson, 

King Johanna, servant Palmer House, 

King John, boarding house, 35 Circle. 

King John, salesman, bds. 510 E. Wash- 
ington. 

King John W,, traveling agent Geisen- 
dorff & Co., bds. 35' Circle. 

King Lavina Miss, dressmaker, bds. 250 
S. Meridian. 

King Lillie, teacher Fifth Ward School, 
bds. 29G S. Meridian. 

King Alary Miss, elk. W. Haerle, bda. Ill 
Indiana av. 

King Ottie, teacher Fourth WarJ School, 
bds. 296 S. Meridian. 

King Rose Miss, teacher, bds. cor. Ala- 
bama and Merrill. 

King Thomas, lab., bds. 9 Sharpe. 

King Thomas, lab., bfis. 172 S. Missis- 
sippi. 

King Vina, dressmaker, bds. 296 S. Mer- 
idian. 

Kingan T. D. (Kingan & Co.) bds. Cates 
House. 

KINGAN & Co., (T. D. Kingan and 
Samuel Kingan) Pork Packers and 
Commission Merchants, W. terminus 
Maryland. 

Kingan Joseph, broommaker, r. 253 M.as- 
sachusetts av. 

Kingan John A., student, !■. 253 Massa- 
chusetts av. 

Kingman Frank, elk. J. Layman & Co., r. 
510 N. Delav7are. f 

Kingman Nelson, bookkeeper D. Root & 
Co., r. 510 N. Delaware. 

Kingabery John E., clockmaker, r. 237 
Massachusetts av. 

Kingsbury A. M. (K. & Co.) r. 14 Indi- 
ana av. 

Kingsbury G. M., elk. 47 S. Illinois, bds. 
14 Indiana av. 

KINGSBURY & Co., manufacturers 
and commission dealers in boots and 
shoes, 47 S. Illinois. 

Kingston Samuel, painter, r. 231 S. Mis- 
sissippi. 

Kinister Henry W., cigar maker, works 
138 S. Illinois. 

12 



BENHAIV1 BRO'S, 

36 East TVasIting-ton St., 

STATE AQENTS 



INDIANAPOLIS MANUFACTURING GO.' 
PIANOS. 



Kinkier Henry, works baggage room de- 
pot, bds. California House. 

Kinley Samuel, lab., 380 S. Missouri. 

Kinney Michael, lab., bds. 174 Meek. 

Kinney Walter, lab., r. 486 E. Georgia* 

Kinsey Martha Miss, seamstress, r. 311 
W. Market. 

Kinsley William, carriage liner, Shaw, 
Lippencott & Conner, bdg. 35 W. 
Georgia. 

Kinston Paul, elk., bJs. Pyle House, 

Kipp Albert, salesman, 29 W, Washing- 
ton, bds. 113 E, Washington. 

Kirby James H,, plasterer, r. 635 N. Illi- 
nois. 

Kirby H. W., salesman, 62 S. Meridian, 
bds. Sherman House. 

Kirby William L., salesman, 131 S. Meri- 
dian, bds. Sherman House. 

Kirch Jacob, brakesman, bds. Decatur 
House. 

Kirohner, Fred., farmer, r. 311 S. Penn- 
sylvania. 

Kirchof Herman, lab,, r. 38 Oriental. 

Kirk Daniel, turner, Speigel, Thoms & Co., 
r. 131 Meek. 

Kirk E. Mrs., millinery, 73 N. Pennsyl- 
vinia, r. same. 

Kirk N., r. 73 N. Pennsylvania. 

Kirkhoil' Andrew, lab., Bunte & Dickson, 
r. E. New York. 

Kirkhoff Charles, drayman, r. 25 Coburn 

KIRKPATRIC JOHN, physician, 
36 W. Market, r. 204 N. Illinois. 

Kirkpatrick Samuel, lab. r. 223 W. Wash- 
ington. 

Kirland Patrick, r. 800 N. Tennessee. 

Kirlin James, grocer at Traders Point, r. 
526 N. Illinois. 

Kirsey Oliver, carpenter, r. 240 Union. 

Kirshner Fred., salesman, 125 S. Meri- 
dian, r. 311 S. Pennsylvania. 

Kise John AV., works, Aldrich & Gay, r. 
336 N. West. 

Riser George, plumber, bds. 152 Blake. 

KISSEL FREDERICK, saloon, cor. 
McCarty and Russell, r. same. 

Kissel Harriet Mrs, (wid.) r. 400 S. Ten- 
nessee. 

Kissell Jacob W., barkeeper, r. 22 S. 
West. 

Kissinger Charles M., house and sign 
painter, r. 142 S. Meridian. 

KISTNER ADAM, proprietor Cali- 
fornia House, 181 S. Illinois. 



KIS 11 

THE CHINA TEA STORES | 

AEE LOCATED AT | 

No. 7 ODD FELLOWS HALL i 

ACADEMY OF MUSIC COK^Elt. j 

SAME GOODS.SAMEPRICES at BOTH. \ 

Kistner F.. painter, bJs. 336 S. Meridian. 

Kistner John, boot and shoe manufac- 
turer, 83 S. Illinois, r. 336 S. Meri- 
dian, 

KITCHEN J. M., physician, Vin- 
ton's blk., r. 14D N. Pennsylvania. 

Kitzmiller William, carpenter, r. 244 W. 
Washington. 

Klafter Henry, tailor, with Becker &. 
Huber, bds. 52 E. Harrison. 

Klanke Wiihelm, painter, r. 292 S. East. 

Klare F. (K. & Schroeder) r. 576 S. Meri- 
dian. 

KLARE & SCHROEDER, (Fred 
K. & Wm. S.) saloon and bowling 
alley, 588 S. Meridian. 

Klass John, tailor, bds California house. 

Kleiber John, cooper, r. 77 S. East. 

Kleiber Louis, confectioner, r. 143 E. 
Washington. 

Klein Charles, cigarmaker, 35 W. Wash- 
ington, bds. 113 E. Washington. 

Klein Frederick, engineer I. C. & L. R. 
R., r. 330 E. Georgia. 

Klein Joseph, stove and tin merchant, r. 
295 S. New Jersey. 

KLEIN J. G., barber and hairdres- 
ser, 2 Martindale's blk. N. Penn- 
sylvania, r. cor. Third and Mis- 
souri. 

Kleins Peter, planer, r. S. East. 

Kleinsmidt Christian, street sprinkler, r. 
284 E. Market. 

Kleis Fritz, lab., r. 483 E. Georgia. 

Klepfer Andrew J., meat market, 313 
Massachusetts av., r. same. 

Kletsch Mary A. Miss, weaver at Gles- 
endorlTs, bds 408 W. Washinhton. 

Klies Henry, tireman Peru R. R., r. 52G 
E. Georgia. 

Kline , painter, r. 234 S. Missouri. 

Kline Frederick, engineer 1. C. &. L. 
R. R. 

Kline Frederick, glassblower, r. •j22 S. 
Meridian. 

Kline George AV., machinist, r. 405 S. 
Meridian. 

Kline Henry, shoemaker, r. 361 Spring, 

Kline Henry, (col'd) woodsawyer, r. 
434 N. East. 

Kline Joseph, (I. L. Frankem & Co.) r. 
295 S. New Jersey. 

Kline Nicholas, boot and shoe manufac- 
turer, 283 Massachusetts av., r. 361 
Spring. 



Kline W. AV., lawyer, bds. 179 S. Merid- 

iaB. 
Klines William, cooper, r. 49 Hellen. 
Kling C. Mrs., r. 283 S. East. 
Klingensraith Israel, (K.& Hines) r. 47S 

N. Tennessee. 
Klingensmiih Jacob, patentright agent, 

r. 478 N. Tennessee. 
KLINGENSMITH & HINES, 

(Israel K. and J. L. H.) attorneys al 

law, H5J E. Washington. 
Klodle Dora, (wid. Sebastian) r. 264 Mas- 
sachusetts av. 
Klug G. A., machinist, bds. California 

House. 
Klumpp Frederick, brewer, r. 202 W. 

Maryland. 
Klusmann Fred., carriagesmith Shaw, 

Lippincott & C, r. 123 St. JIary. 
Knapp Albert, printer, bds. 50 EUs- 

Knapp Qarrie Miss, bds. 19 Henry. 

Knapp F. C, job printer 30 S. Meridian, 
r. 182 Peru railroad. 

Knapp Gardner, r. 50 Ellsworth, cor. 
A'ermont. 

Knarzer George, saloon keeper CO S. Del- 
aware, r, same 

Knarzer Phillip, barkeeper, bds. 60 S. 
Delaware. 

Knass Wm. J., lab., r. 297 E. New York. 

Knauf Adam, bakery, 257 Massachusetts 
av., r. same. 

Knearim Henry, painter, 272 Winston. 

Knefler Charles, bookkeeper Hays, Ros- 
enthal & Co., bds. 18 W. Circle. 

Knefler Fred, (Hanna & K.) r. 466 N. 
Pennsylvania. 

Kneip Jno., cabinetmaker, r. 294 N. Lib- 
erty. 

Knifen Nicholas, lab., r. 688 N. Illinois. 

Knight C. AV., brickmason, r. 107 Forest 

Knight E., r. 107 Forest av. 

Knight John, painter, r. 294 N. Liberly. 

Knight Johtr, engineer Tincennes 11. R., 

bds. 61 S. Noble. 
Knight John, coppersmith, r. 304 N. 

Delaware^ 
Knight Newton J., painter, r. 666 N. 

Tennessee. 
Knighton Charles J., mechanio, r. 781 N. 

Illinois. 
Knippenberg H. (E. C. Atkins & Co.) 

r. 497 N. Meridian. 
Knippenberg Jacob, salesman New York 

Store, bds. 158 N. New Jersey. 
KNODLE ADAM, r. 8 Indiana av. 
Knodle George, r. 80 W. Ohio. 
Knoll Samuel, (col'd) lab., r. 43 Doug- 
lass al. 
Knotts Nim. K., house, sign and wagon 

painter, 32 S. New Jersey, r. 143 

Michigan rd. 



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Knowlea Harvey, messenger American 
Express Company, bds. Spencer 



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240 S. Ala 



Knowlton George, elk 
bama. 

Knox Francis (col'd., wid. George) r. 311 
E. St. Clair. 

Knox Joseph A., works Paper Mill, r. 7 
Geisendorff. 

Knox Thomas, (col'd) barber, r. Howard, 
bet. Second and Third. 

Koble Elizabeth, (wid. Jacob) r. Min- 
erva, west end St. Clair. 

Koch George, shoemaker, 271 Massachu- 
setts av., bds. same. ■ 

Koch H. H., groceries, provisions, etc., 
192 S. Noble, r. same. 

Koch Simeon, wiper I. C, & L, R. R. shop. 

Koch Thomas, works Jackson, Rider & 
Co.; 

Koch Thomas, lab., r. IG Lockerbie. 

Koch William, works Jackson, Rider & 
Co. 

Koch William, elk., bds. cor, South and 
Noble. 

Koehl Peter, groceries and produce, 188 
S. Illinois, bds. 189 S. Illinois. 

Koehler August, patent right dealer, bds. 
Globe House. 

KOEHLER JOHN, groceries, feed 
store and saloon, 247 N. Noble, r. 
244 N. Noble. 

Koehler William, coffee stand, E. Market, 
r. lOG N. Davidson. 

Koehne Charles, (H. Lieber & Co.) r, 407 
N. Delaware. 

Koehnen Peter, moulder, r. 238 Chestnut. 

Koehring Charles, teamster, r. 93 Elm. 

Koelblin Gottlieb, watchmaker, 7 W. 
Washington, bds. 23 Kentucky av. 

Koenig M. C. F., r. 123 McCarty. 

KOEN IGEB GEORGE, saloon and 
beer hall, 338 S. Meridian, r. same, 

Ktfepper H. W., lab., starch factory. 

Koepper John, lab., r. 278 Union. 

Koerner Conrad, (C. K. & Co.) bds. Era- 
eneger's Hotel. 

Koerner Michael, saloon, 18 S. Delaware, 
r. same. 

KOERNER C. & CO., commercial 
college and institute of modern lan- 
guages, room 5 ^Etna bldg., N. Penn- 
sylvania. 

Kohley John, blacksmith, r. 98 E. New 
York. 

Kohlman Christina, (wid. Henry) r. lO.j 
S. Meridian. 

KohnerAoedreas, brewer Schmidt's brew- 
ery, r. Schmidt's brewery. 

Kohnel John, carriagesmith, Shaw, Lip- 
pencott & Conner, r. cor. New York 
and Delaware. 

Kohrar John, lab., r. 89 Elm. 

Kolb Adam, huckster, bds. 177 Union. 



BENHAM BRO'S, 



36 East Wasliinsrton St. 



SHEBT ^VSXC, VIOIiSIN-S, 

GTJITAES, STRINGS, &c. 



KOLB LOIJIS, plain and ornamen- 
tal turner, 23 E. South, r. 17 E., 

South. 

Kolb Phillipp, r. 127 E. St. Mary. 

Kolb William, elk., 10 Louisiana, r. same. 

KOLB WILLIAM, boarding house, 
23 Kentucky av. 

Kolitzer Fred., lab., P. C. & St. L. freight 
depot. 

Roller Charles, lab., r. Arsenal rd. 

Kolthop Fred, machinist, r. 56 Union. 

Koluschke George, brewer, r. 370 S. Dela- 
ware. 

Konitzer Henry, drayman, i". 197 Harri- 

Koontz George W., dealer in patent bee- 
hives and bees, bds. 52 N. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Kopper Christopher, porter, 25 S. Meri- 
dian, r. 17tj N. Winston. 

Korn Martin, painter, r. 32 S. Alabama. 

Kort Frederick, lab., cotton mill, r. 375 
W. Michigan. 

Kortletzky Henrich, cabinetmaker, r. 181 
JIadison av. 

Kortpeter Henry, salesman, r. 162 Buch- 

Kortpeter William, tailor, r. 430 S. East. 

Koser A. M. Mrs., midwife, r. 255 S. 
Pennsylvania. 

Koser John, locksmith, 18 "Virginia av., 
r. 255 S. Pennsylvania. 

Koser Michael, r. 255 S. Pennsylvania. 

Koshe Henry, oigarbox manufacturer, 
187 E. Washington, r. same. 

Koss Charles, salenman, lOS S. Meridian , 
bds. 23 W. Georgia. 

Koss Louis, stonemason, r. 329 N. David- 
son. 

Koss W, stonemason, r. 329 N. David- 
son. 

Koster C. J. M., dealer in cigars and 
tobacco, 14 Indiana av., r. 181 Blake. 

Koster Joseph, confectioner, r. 435 S. 
Illinois. 

Kothe AVilliam, grocer, 130 N. Davidson, 
r. same. 

Kowan Alexander, r. 300 E. St. Clair. 

Kown Newtou, teamster, r. 169 N. East. 

Kown Wm., teamster, r. 169 N. East. 

Krabber John, lab. r. 502 S. New Jersey. 

Krabben John, lab. r. 402 S. New Jersey . 

Kraft Henry, lab., r. Madison rd. South 
of city limits. 

Kraft Louis, brewer, r. 417 S. East. 



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WHOLESALE PEICES FOE 

TEAS, COFFEES & SUGARS, 

ARE THE SAME EACH DAV 

As are quoted in the 

CINCINNATI DAILY PAPERS. 

Kragg A., salesman, J. 11. Baldwin & Co., 

bds 36 N. Pennsylvania. 
Kragg Wni. A,, (Holland, Ostermeyer & 

Co.) bds. 204 N. Illinois. 
Kramer A., elk. Rosenthal & Co., r. 48 N. 

East. 
Kramer Andrew, shoemaker, r. 1?0 N. 

Liberty. 
Kr.amer Gottlieb, corporal United States 

Arsenal. 
Kramer Henry, butcher, 80 Fort Wayne 

av., r. same. 
Kramer Jacob, cavriagesmith, r. 199 N. 

Liberty.. 
Kramer William, cabinetmaker, r. 333 

S. East. 
Kramer Wm., butcher, 319 Virginia av., 

r. same. 
Krass Frederich, lab., bds. 293^ E. Wash- 
ington. 
Kraus Christ., lab., r. 450 Indiana av. 
Kraus Christian, lab., r. 514 E. Ohio. 
Kraus William, machinist, r. Lock, opp. 

City Hospital. 
Krause George, upholster, 71 and 73 Vi. 

Washington, bds. 45B Michigan. 
Krause Reinhold, (K. & Riemenschnei- 

der) r. 4-56 E. Michigan. 
Krause & Riemeuschneider, stocking 

manufactory, 84 E. Washingnon. 
Krauss Charles, assistant bookkeeper 

citizens bank, bds. 2J9 E. New York. 
Krauss Christopher, works Jackson, 

Rider & Co. 
Krauss Paul, messenger, Indianapolis 

National Bank, bds 259 E. New 

York. 
Krauss William G., with Benham Bros., 

bds 259 E. New Y'ork. 
Krautter John, lab., r. 377 E. Michigan. 
Kregels Charles, agent ^Vced sewing 

machines, r. cor. Indiana av. and 

New York up stairs. 
Kreffelo David, undertaker, r. 228 N. 

"West. 
Kregelo Jacob, carpenter, 82 E. St. Clair. 
Kreger Henry, foreman, iMooney & Co. r. 

331 E. Georgia, 
Kreger William, porter Mooney & Co. 
Kreider Ruben G., traveling agent, r. 

218 E. Souih. 
Kreis Phillip, (Brand & K.) r. 327 S. 

Delaware. 
Kreitzer . r. N. Tennessee bet. Fourth 

and Fifth. 



Krentler Frederick, elk., Dessar Bro. & 
Co., r. 349 E. McCarty. 

Krentler F. C, bds. California house. 

KRETSCH PETER, dealer in ci- 
gars and tobacco, 141 S. Illinois, r. 
325 S. Meridian. 

Krieg Frederick, soldier U. S. Arsenal. 

Krieger, Henry, lab., r. 331 E. Grorgin. 

Krieger William, porter, Mooney & Co., 
r. 454 S. Illinois. 

Kriger Henry, brewer, works Harting 
& Bro., r. cor. S. Illinois and Nor- 
wood. 

Krindle Samuel, conductor T. H. & I. R. 
R., r. 419 W. New York. 

Kring John L., foreman, Bjrkitt, r. 378 
S. West. 

Kring John L , joiner and stair builder, 
works cor. Tennessee and Georgia, 
r. 378 N. West. 

Krome Augustus, teacher German Lu- 
theran school, r. 280 E. Georgia. 

Kronenberger John, musician, r. 269 W, 
Merrill. 

Kronenberger William, musician, r. 143 
E. Washington. 

Kronia Fred., lab., r. 148 Huron. 

Krouch George W., plasterer, r. 218 S. 
East. 

Krug G. C. (K. & Buddenbaum) r. 67 S. 
Noble. 

KRUG G. C. & CO., (Gottlieb C.K. 
and John A. Buddenbaum) grocers, 
296 E. Georgia. 

Kruger Chas., r. 276 E. Market. 

Kruger Chas. U., tailor, r. 221 N. Noble. 

Kruger Christ, grocer, r. 343 E. McCarty. 

Kruger Fred., lab., r. 389 S. East. 

Kruger Joseph, contractor, r, 267 E. Mar- 
ket. 

Kruger Joseph E., gasfitter, r. 267 E. 
Market. 

Krumholtz Lambert, carpenter Eagle Ma- 
chine Works, r. 627 S. Illinois. 

Kruse Christian, carpenter, r 15 E. Mc- 
Carty. 

Kruse John, lab., r. 149 E. Washington. 

Kuersl Henry, carpenter, r. 182 Madison 

Kugalman William, r. 134 W. Maryland. 

Kuhlenberg Barney, butcher, works 122 
S. Meridian, r. same. 

Kuhlman Ernest, grocer, 1 Buchanan, r. 
same. 

Kuhlman Charles, piano finisher, r. 118 
N. Noble. 

Kuhlmann Conrad, Cabinetmakers' Un- 
ion, bds. 386 N. Tennessee. 

Kuhn A. M., salesman 131 S, Meridian, 
bds. Emenegger's Hotel. 

Kuhn Charles, meatmarket, 207 W. Mich- 
igan, r. same. 

Kuhn Ernst, watchman, Eagle Machine. 
Works. 



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Kuhn Frederick, blacksmith, bds. 160 Ft 
Wayne av. 

Kuhn John, blacksmith, 74 S. Pennsyl- 
vania, r. cor. New Jersey and Ft. 
Wayne av. 

Kuhn Philip, blacksmith, r. IGO Ft. 
Wayne av. 

Kuhn Phillip J., grocer and produce 
dealer, cor. Ft. Wayne and St. Joseph, 
r. same. 

Kuhn Wm., proprietor Indiana bakery, r. 
150 N. East. 

Kuichler Louis, brewer, bds. 323 W. 
Washington. 

KuUsmann Louis, tailor, r. 123 E. St. 
Mary. 

Kumline George, lab., r. 18 Hosbrook. 

KuD John, bartender, Sherman House. 

Kune Thomas, lab., r. Nebraska nr. Mad- 
ison rd. 

Kunkel Charles, works city milis, r. 434 
• Virginia av. 

Kunkle Henry, works Osgood, Smith & 
Co., r. 289 S. Illinois. 

Kunsman George, blower, glass works. 

Kunz Herman, cabinetmaker, r. 276 E. 
Washington. 

Kuni Jacob, carpenter, r. 27 Lord. 

Kunz M. A. Miss, millinery, 9 S. Dela- 
ware, r. same. 

Kunz N. H. (K. & Richmond) bds. 9 S. 
Alabama. 

KUNZ & RICHMOND, (N. H. K. 
and W. R.) stoves and tinware* 229 
E, Washington. 

Kurtz Lewis, elk., P. C. & St. L. freight 
office, r. 396 N. Alabama. 

Kuser Daniel, lab., r. 44 Dougherty. 

Kyler John, engineer, I. 1!. & W. R. R 
bds. 01 S. Noble. 

LAATZ HENRY, blacksmith. Chandler 
& Taylor. 

LaBarre Louis moulder, r, 79 Elm, 

Lack Henry, confectioner, bds. 81 E. 
Washington, 

Lack Rudolph, elk. Harrison's Bank, r. 
22 W. St. Clair. 

Lacy A, C, printer Journal Office, r. 117 
N. West. 

Laden Michael, lab., bds. 199 W. Mary- 
land. 

Ladow Abbie, (wid. Boswell) r. 35 Ells- 
worth. 

Laduque Adolphus, painter, Bates House, 
bds. same. 

Lager William, deck hand, r. 556 N, 
Alabama, 

Lagg Daniel D., blower Glass Works, 
bds. 164 W, Maryland, 

Lagg Henry, blower Glass Works, bds. 
164 W. Maryland. 

Lagg William, blower Glass Works, bds. 
104 W. Maryland, 



BENHAM BRO'S, 

3G East Wasliinjfton St., 

PIANOS, ORGANS, MUSIC. 
Best Goods! Lowest Prices 



Lake Ellis R,, r. 505 S, Meridian, 
Lahey Michael, shoemaker, r, 72 W, 

Louisiana. 
Lahla Ulrich, cigarmaker, 108 S. Illi- 
nois, bds, same. 
Lahman Charles, carpenter, r, 555 E. St. 

Clair. 
Lahmann William, draymnn Ilahu &. 

Bals, r. 541 S. Illinois. 
Lahning Henry, lab,, r, 85 M.tple. 
Lahr Martin, works South Side Livery 

Stable, bJs. 198 S. Illinois. 
Lair Jacob, cooper, r. 140 S, Meridian, 
Laird Charles P,, insurance solicitor, r. 

174 Virgini.T. av. 
Laird Emma W, Mias, teacher Fourth 

Ward School, bds. 174 Virginia 

av. 
Laird Robert, r, 554 N, Illinois, 
Laird Wm, H., bookkeeper Keifer & 

. Vinton, r. 554 N, Illinois. 
Lake Ellis R., r. 565 S. Meridian. 
Lake John, butcher, 22 N. Illinois, r. S. 

city limits. 
Lake Joseph P., carpenter, r. 131 Ind. av. 
Lakin Edward, carpenter, bds, 432 E, St, 

Clair. 
Lakin Joseph, railronder, C. C. & I. C. R. 

R., r. 68 S. Noble. 
Lakin M. L,, baggage master C, & I, J, 

R, R., bds, 18 S. Pennsylvanaia. 
Lally Thomas, tailor, r. 225 W, South. 
Lamb Amos, salesman 75 S, Meridian, 

r. 102 E. Pratt. 
Lamb Margaret Miss chamber maid, Cali- 
fornia House. 
Lamb Peter, lab,, r. 253 S. Tennessee. 
Lamb Samuel, State detective, r. 102 E. 
. Pratt. 



LAMBERT JAMES M,, proprietor 
Ray House, cor. South and Delaware, 

Lambert Joseph, lab. r. 373 W, Washing- 
ton, 

Lamme Edwin, student, bds, 335 N. East, 

Lamotte Joseph, stoves and tinware, 192 
Massachusetts av., r. same. 

Lampman Frank D., elk. Bates House. 

Lampmau T. P., elk. Bales House. 

Lampolt M. J., sawyer, Osgood, Smith & 
Co., r. 35 Vinton. 

Lanahan Thomas, lab., freight house, C, 
& I. J, R, R., r. 2 Meek, 



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Teas, Coffees, Sugars & Spices 

DIRECT FBOJI THE 

importers and Refineries, | 

HIS CUSTOMERS TWO PR THREE PRO FITS. I 

Landauer N. J., general agent Sevmour 
Woolen Mills, office 104 W. Wash- 
ington, r. 11 Ft. Wayne av. 

Landers, Conduit & Co. (F. L., B. C. and 
Milton Cox) whol. dealers in dry 
goods and notions, 95 and 97 S. Mer- 
idian. 

Landers C. M. Rev., pastor Mayflower 
Church, r. 300 E. St. Clair. 

Landers Franklin, (L., Conduit & Co.) r. 
402 N, Pennsylvania. 

Landers John, farmer, r. 382 N. East. 

Landers John, messenger, Am. M. U. Ex- 
press Co., r, 209 S. Illinois. 

Landers Jane, (col'd) r. 141 W. Wash- 
ington. 

Landers Thomas, lab., r. 200 E. McCarty. 

Landgrof Jacob, cutter, Moritz Bros , r. 
4i Douglass. 

Landis A. C. Mrs., matron, Institute for 
the Blind. 

Landis Jacob, livery and boarding sta- 
bles, 30 S. Pennsylvania, r. 310 N. 
Illinois. 

Landis James, engineer, r. 153 N. Wins- 

Landis C. C. Miss, teacher. Institute for 
the Blind. 

Landis M. M., agent, White Line Trans- 
portation Co., r. oOti N. Meridian. 

Lc.ndis William, (col'd) hostler, J. H. 
Oafifey, r. 114 W. Washington. 

Landman Joseph, upholsterer, bds. 89 S. 
Delaware. 

Landon L. Mrs., seamstress, r. 42 Ken- 
tucky av. 

Landrigan Michael, fireman, I. & V. R. 
R., r. 13B S. Noble. 

Lane David H., medical student, bda. 139 
N. Alabama. 

Lane Edith, (cold, wid. David) r. 23 
Vine. 

Lane Euriah, carpenter, r. 428 N. East. 

Lane John, lab., r. 211 W. Maryland. 

Lane John A., bailiff, bds. 428 N. East. 

Lane Laure Miss, teaclier. Fourth Ward 
School, bds. 216 JS'. West, 

Lane William, conductor, I. B. & AV. R. 
R., bds. Spencer House. 

Lang V. F., lab. r. 77 W. Third. 

Lang Daniel, (L. & Black) r. 643 X. lUi- 

Lang David, elk. St. Nicholas Saloon, r. 

23 Bright. 
Lang Frederick, r. 7-J California. 



Lang James, carpenter, r. 378 N. West. 

Lang Joseph, shoemaker, r. Western av. 
cor. Butler. 

LANG LOUIS, whoL and retail 
dealer in wines and bottled goods, 29 
S. Meridian, r. 221 E. Ohio. 

Lang Peter, lab., T. H. &. I. R. R., r. 203 
W. South. 

Lang Samuel, tinner, Munson & Johns- 
ton, r. 23 N. Bright. 

Lang Thomas F., r. 2GS S. Illinois. 

LANG & BLACK, (David L. and 
G. H. B.) carpenters and stair buil- 
ders, shop 01 W.Pratt. 

Langbein Joseph, variety store, 200 E. 
Washington, r. same. 

Langdon Caroline ilrs., (wid. Lemuel C.) 
r. 235 Minerva. 

Lange August, works Cabinet Maker's 
Union, bds. 292 S. East. 

Langenberg H. H. & Co., (11. H. L., Aaron 
Kozier and F. Voight) groceries ind 
provisions, 244 and 240 W. Wash- 

Langenberg Henry, (H. H. L. & Co.) r. 

Bluff road outside city limits. 
Langenberg W., elk. 3 E. Washington, 

bds. Bluff road S. of city. 
Langford W. S. Rev., (cold) r. 115 N. 

Davidson. 
Langhorn T. A., telegrapher, P. C. & St. 

L. R. R., bds. National Hotel. 
LangJiorn W. A., telegrapher, P. C.& St. 

L. R. R., bds. National Hotel. 
Laugley S. 1). C, oik. ^Etna Insurance 

office, bds. Sherman house. 
Langsdale Geo., bds. 22.5 E. Ohio. 
Langsdale J. M. W., r. 225 E. Ohio. 
Langsdale Thos contractor, r. 214 Huron, 
LANGSENKAMP WILLIAM, 

coppersmiib, 90 S. Delaware, r. 1S4 

S. Delaware. 
Lankford Annie M., (wid. Robert F. ) r. 

304 E. St. Clair. 
Lannes David G., elk., r. 27 Chatham. 
Lannis Mattie A. Miss, teacher, Ninth 

Ward School, r. 27 Chatham. 
Lansmann Henry, elk., r. 382 E. Michi- 
gan. 
Lappert Leapold, teacher, r. 170 E. South. 
Lard Samuel P., works rolling mil bds. 

77 W. McCarty. 
Large Michael, pumpmaker, r. 332 Indi- 

Larger Eugene, elk,, Trade Palack, bds. 

JIacy House. 
Larger Jerome, brakeman, I. C. & L. R. 

R., bds. 58 Benton. 
Larkin John, lab., r. 25 Ellen. 
Lamed Charles, patent right agent, r. 

630 N. Illinois. 
Larnerd J. A., asst. sup't, C. & I. J. R. R., 

office, 110 and 112 Virginia av. r. 

Connersville, Ind. 



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Lnrnerd James, lab., r. 32 Heilen. 
Larry John, lab., r. 35 Wyominp;. 
Larsen Andrews, tailor, r. 173 E. Wash 

ington, up atairs. 
Larsen Jens., tailor, r. 173 E. Washing 

ton. 
LaRue J. S., painter, r. 429 E. St. Clair 
LaRue Willis, lab., r. 429 E. St. Clair. 
LaRuff T. B., painter, Shaw, L. & C, r, 

20 W. Georgia. 
Lasley Catherine, (wij.) seamstress, 

over 325 E. Washington. 
Latham Charles, teller Fletcher's Bank, 

bds. 614 E. Washingion. 
Latham G. A., elk., 52 N. Illinois, bJs. 7G 

N. Mississippi. 
LATHAM HENRY, Cashier, Indi- 

nnapolis National Bank, r. 614 E. 

Washington. 
Latliam William IL, te.acher, Indiana 

Institution for Deaf and Dumb, r. 

614 E. Washington, 
Latshaw John F„ real estate trader, r. 02 

S. Mississippi. 
Lauck William, hller, r. 391 S. Delaware. 
Lauer Charks, saloonkeeper, r. 15 Rus- 



BENHAM BRO'S, 

36 East Washington St., 



inglon, r. same. 
Lauer Daniel, stonemason, r. 15 Russell, 
Laughlin Albert, lab. Gates, Pray & Co., 

E. Market fcquare. 
Laughlin Andrew, helper, C. C. C. & I 

railroad shops. 
Laughlin Andrew, machinist, r. oOC N, 

Noble. 
Laughlin Dennis, lab., r. 40 Ellen. 
Laughlin Elizabeth, (wid, Timothy) r. 

2j6 S. Tennessee. 
Laughlin James, machinist, r. 300 N. 

Noble. 
Lauglilin James, helper C. C. C. & I. R. 

R. shops. ■ 
Laughlin John, moulder, bds. 250 S. Ten- 
nessee. 
Laughlin Mary E. Miss, teacher Fourth 

Ward School, bds. 204 N, Tennessee. 
Laughlin Sarah, (wid.) r. 306 N. Noble. 
Laupheimer August, saloon, 139 S, Illin- 
ois, r. 472 N- Alabama. 
Laute Henry, cabinetmaker, bds. 182 N. 

Noble. 
Law Charles J., salesman Spiegel, Thorns 

& Co, r. 318 N. Liberty, 
Law Stephen, carpenter, r. Fifth, bet. 

Mississippi and Lafayette railroad. 
Lawbron Oliver P., lab., bds. 216 N. Win- 

Lawhorn Reuben, (col'd) r. 167 Indiana 

Lawler Denis, servant Dr. Allen's. 
Lawless & Curran, (M. L. and, P. H. C.) 
grocers, 138 S. Noble. 



BENHAM'S 3IUSICAL REVIEW, 

MONTHLY, $1.00 PER ANNUM. 



Lawless Michael, (L. & Curran) r. 138 
S. Noble. 

Lawless Thomas, lab., r. 319 W. Merrill. 

Lawrence Arthur V., groceries and pro- 
duce, 173 W. 'Washington, r. 211 W. 
Ohio. 

Lawrence James, (col'd) b.arber. Hill & 
Carter's. 

Lawrence James II. (col'd) barber, bils. 
441 S. Illinois. 

Lawrence John, (col'd) barber. Hill & 
Carter's. 

Lawrence John L., chairmaker, r. 297 W^ 
Vermont. 

Lawrence John W. (col'd) barber, bds. 
441 S. Hlinois, 

Lawrence MalindaE. (col'd, wid. Thomas) 
r, 441 S. Illinois. 

Lawrence M. L., sup't Central Trasport- 
ation Sleeping Coach Co.. bds. De- 
pot Dining Hall. 

Lawrence Thomas, elk., r, 39 Alaple. 

Laurie Wm., salesman New York Store, 
bds. 204 E. Market. 

Lawson Milton T., lab., r, 216 N. Win- 
ston. 

Lawton Charles A., traveling agent Erie 
Transportation Company, bds. Pal- 
mer House, 

Lawton Henry W., elk. C. C. C. & I. R. R. 
Depot, bds, 2ul N. Davidson, 

Lawyer P, C, (L, & Hall) bds. Little Ho- 
tel. 

Lawyer & Hall, (P. C. L, and E. R, H,) 
dealers in groceries, flour, flaxseed, 
etc., 49. S. New Jersey, 

Lay William N,, watchmaker, works 190 
W. Washington, bds. same. 

Laycock Charles, carpenter, r, 167 Eddy, 

Layers Martin, watchman, r, 269 S. 
Pennsylvania, 

Layman James T, (J, T, L. & — ) r. 289 
N. New Jersey. 

Layman John, brewer, 326 S. Delaware. 

Layman J. T. & Co. (J. T. L. &.,[—) 
hardware and cultlery, 64 E. Wash- 
ington, 

Laylon T. M., railroad conductoi'^ r, 45 
Virginia av. 

Leach Eliza, (wid.) servant, 300 S. Me- 
ridian. 

Leach James, salesman, r. Louisiana, 
bet. Alabama and New Jersey, 

Leach Joshua, lab., T. H. & I. R, R,, r, 
279 W. Merrill. 



LEA 11 

THE CHINA TEA STORES 

Are very handsoraeTy .decorated with 
Accurate Views and Scenes 

CHINESE JLIFE AND SCENERT. 

Call and see them before leaving the City. 



Leady Jobn, lab , r. 51 Wayoming. 

Leahey Michael, slioemaker, works 133 
S. Illinois, r. 272 W. Louisiana. 

Leake W. H. (L. & Dickson) r. 75 N. Illi- 
nois. 

Leake & Dickson, (W. H. Leake and Jas. 
B. Dickson) lessees Academy of Mu- 
sic and Metropolitan Hall. 

Leamm Maggie Miss, bds. 139 Vf. Mar- 
ket. 

Learkamp John, elk. 2''2 Winston, bds. 

Leary Edward, lab., r. 42 Bicking. 
Leary James, elk. 23 E. Washington. 
Leary James, railroad lab., r. 82 Bates. 
Leary P. C, attorney, 87i E. Market. 
LEATHESS W. W. ' attorney at 
Uw, 3 Odd Fellows Hall, r. 273 N. 
Isew'Jersey. 
Lcauiy Gustavus. gunsmith, 129 W. 

Washington, bds. Union Hall. 
LeBarre Louis, moulder, r. 79jElm. 
Leek Rob. M., salesman, r. 480 N. Missis- 
sippi. 
Lee Charles N., solicitor Indianapolis In- 
surance Co., r. 261 N. Davidson. 
Lee George, (col'd) lab., r. 245 W. Ohio. 
Lee Henry, wood turner, r. 88 Indiana av. 
LEE H. H , druggist, 18 and 20 Bates 

House, r. 198 N. Illinois. 
Lee James, (L. & Replogle) r.;i90 David- 
son. 
Lee Kate Miss, bds. 51 Douglass al. 
LEE M. Gr., editor Evening Commer- 
cial, r. 39 Ellsworth. 
Lee William E., superintendent I. & St. 
L. Sleeping Coach Co., r. 173 S. Ten- 
nessee. 
Lee & Replogle, (J. L. and J. R.) saloon, 

346 E. Washington. 
Leeds George, salesman, r. 256 N. Mis- 

sippi. 
Lefever Samuel, street contractor, r. 

145 W. South. 
Legg George, farmer, r. 374 S. West. 
Lehey Timothy, lab., r. 493 E. Goergia. 
Lehr Ferdinand A., real estate agent, 83 
E. Washington, r. 419 N. New Jer- 
sey. 
Lehr Henry, carpenter, r. 347 E. New 

York. 
Lehr Philip, grocer, cor. Noble and Mass- 
achusetts av., r. same, 
Lehr Philip, blacksmith, r. 431 E. Ver- 
mont. 



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LEHRRITTER CONRAD, saloon 

keeper, 92 E. Washington, r. same. 

LEHRRITTER GEORGE, saloon 

keeper, 143 E. Washington, r. same. 

Lehrritter Henry C, bds. 172 N. New 

Jersey. 
Lehrritter John A., elk. C. Shroeder, r. 

81 N. New Jersey. 
Lehrritter Malhias, r. 172 N. New Jer- 

•sey. 
Leibhardt Joseph, dyer, Merritt & Cough- 

ler. 
Leible Andrew, meat market, cor. Cherry 

and Plum, r. same. 
Leible George, shoemaker, 204 E, Wash- 
ington, r. 134 Spring. 
Leibrick Louis, porter. Browning & Sloan, 

r. 330 W, North. 
Leininger George, farmer, r. 129 N. 

Noble. 
Leishman William, lab., r. 9 Peru. 
Leistner William, machinist, bds. 223 W. 

Washington. 
Lelewer, David,(D. Lelewer & Bros.) r. 140 

Virginia av. 
Lelewer Isador,(D. Lelewer & Bros.)r. 184 

Virginia av. 
Lelewer D. & Bros., New York fur manu- 
focturera and dealers in cloth caps 
and ladies' furs 66 S. Meridian. 

Lemar , painter, r. N. Mississippi, 

bet. Second end Third. 
Lemon A. E., elk. Indianapolis Fire In- 
surance Co., r, 68 N. Liberty. 
Lemon Charles, fireman, r. 68 N. Liberty. 
Lemon D. A., groceries and produce, 188 
W. Washington, r, 46 N. Mississippi. 
Lemon Peter H., attorney at Law, r. 68 

N. Liberty. 
Lemons William, bricklayer, r. 153 N. 

Winston. 
Lenardy .^HchaeI, lab, r. 277 S. West. 
Lendormi Desiree, (wid.) r. 434 E. North. 
Lendormi Ernest, fireman, bds. 434 E. 

North. 
Lendormi Joseph, fireman, C. C. C. &. I. 

R. R , bds. 434 E. North. 
Lendormi, P., policeman, r. 434 E. North. 
Lennort S. E. Mrs., stamping and em- 
broidery, 96 N. Pennsylvania, r. 34 
S. Illinois. 
Lenox E., merchant tailor, 20 N. Pennsyl- 

Lenox William, tailor, 68 E. Market, r. 
same. 

Lentz J, G., varnishmaker, r. 110 Stevens. 

Lentz William, porter, 78 S. Meridian, r. 
S. East. 

Leonard Abbigail, (wid.) r. 183 N. Lib- 
erty. 

Leonard E. Miss, waiter, Spencer 
House. 

.Leonard James D. (L. & Victor) bds. 229 
S. Illinois. 



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Leonard John, machinist, Eagle Machine 
Works, r. 118 \V. Vermont. 

Leonard Michael, groomsman. Gates, Pray 
& Co., East Market square. 

LEONARD & VICTOR, (J. D. L, 
and J. V.) saloon, (35 \V. Washington. 

Leouhardt Herman, cooper, bds. 90 Union. 

Leons T., lab., r. 370 S. Delaware. 

Leppers Henry, plasterer, r. 55 Charles. 

Leopard Euos B., engineer, C, C. & I. C. 
R. R., r. 33 Meek. 

Lepperd Leopold, tailor, 17 13. Washing- 
ton, r. Kil E. South. 

Leppert Nicholas, switchman, I. C, & L. 
R. R. shops, r. 23 ^ord. 

Leser John, tailor. Treat & Clafflin, r. 114 
W. Georgia. 

Lesh A. li., (S. Tousey & Co.) bds. 62 S. 
Pennsvlvania. 

LESH, TOUSEY & CO. (A. B. 
L. and M. J. T.) pork packers, pro- 
duce and commission merchants 72 
and 7-t S. Delaware. 

Lesman Simon, lab., r. 144 Huron. 

Lestman August, stonemason, r. 75 Co- 

Levell Anna Mrs., r. Dunlop E. of Madi- 
son road. 

Levette G. M., assistant State Geologist, 
bds. 154 W, Maryland. 

Levi Hacheal Mrs., r. 83 W. South. 

Levy Henry, secondhand clothing, 199 
E. Washington, r. same. 

Lewark Joseph, fur dealer, IG W. Pearl, 
bds. Ballard house. 

Lewelen Frank, tailor, 249 W. Michigan. 

Lewey Edward, lab., r. 8 Willard. 

Lewis A. M. Dr., cashier G. W. Despatch, 
80 Virginia av., r. 526 N. Meridian. 

Lewis Albert, (col'd) hostler county jail, 
r. bet. First and Second, nr. Lafay- 
ette Railroad. 

Lewis Anderson., (Cold., Lewis & Dark) 
r. 151 North, 

Lewis Anson, (col'd) blacksmith, r. cor. 
North and Minerva. 

Lewis Belle Miss, servant, 172 N. West. 

Lewis Charles, lab., r. African al. bet. 
Sixth and Seventh. 

Lewis Cyrus, (col'd) lab., r. 94 S. Mis- 
souri. 

Lewis C. S., elk., T. A. Lewis, bds 520 N. 
Meridian. 

Lewis Edward, r. 85 N. Missouri. 

Lewis Edward, works rolling mill, bds. 
272 S. Tennessee. 

Lewis George H., physician, office cor. 
Liberty and Washington, r. 359 E. 
Market. 

Lewis James, lab., r. 106 Spring. 

Lewis James F., lab., r. 104 Spring. 

Lewis John, (col'd) cook Bates House. 

Lewis John IL, teamster and lumber 
dealer, r. 485 S. Meridian. 

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3G East Washington St., 

Pianos, Organs and Melodeons Tuned, 
Moved and Repaired. 

Lewis J. R., moulder, 74 S. Pennsylva- 
nia, bds. Stanridge House. 

Lewis Minnie, (wid.) r. 83 W. South. 

Lewis T. A., sup't Erie Transportation 
Company, 80 Virginia av., r. 526 N. 
Meridian. 

Lewis Thomas, teamster, bds. 485 S. Me- 
ridian. 

Lewis Walter, moulder Eagle Machine 
Works, r. 75 Norwood. 

Lewis Wesley, (col'd) lab., r. Ash, third 
house south of Christian av. 

Lewis William, (col'd) lab., r. 157 Maple. 

Lewis Wm. B., upholsterer, r. 433 E. Ver- 

Lewis W.' H., City Marble AVorks, 50 
Kentucky av., r. 27 Kentucky av, 

Lewis W. H. H., printer, r. 50 N. East. 

Lewis*& Dark, (col'd, Anderson L. and 
Jonathan D.) blacksmiths, 189 In- 
diana av. 

Lex Elizabeth, (wid.) r. 191 N. East. 

Lex Jacob, printer, bds. 191 N. East. 

Lianty John B., shoemaker, bds. Union 
Hall. 

Lick Robert M.. bookkeeper Gall & Rush, 
r. 480 N. Mississippi. 

Licker George, railroader, r. 393 S. Dela- 
ware. 

Lickert John, r. 269 S. West. 

Lickert S., expressman, r. 393 S. East. 

Lidel Thos., railroader, r. 388 S. Missouri. 

Lieber Herman, (H. L. & Co.) r. 404 N. 
Delaware. 

LIEBER H. & CO., (H. L. and 
Chas. Koehne) Art Emporium, 60 E. 
Washington. 

Lieber Peter, (P. L. & Co.) r. 246 S. Penn- 
sylvania. 

LIEBER PETER & CO. (P. L. 

& ) brewers, 213 and 215 3. 

Pennsylvania. 

Liebet Elizabeth, (wid.) r. 222 Railroad. 

Liestner William, moulder, works Chand- 
ler & Taylor. 

Lietz Arthur, musician, r, 316 E. New 
York, 

Lietz Theobald, portrait painter, r. 316 
E. New York. 

Lightfoot Thomas, (col'd) lab., r. African 
al., bet. Sixth and Seventh. 

LIGHTFORD J. G.; consulting 
mechanical engineer, room 1 Fitz- 
gibbons' blk,, up stairs, r, 61 E, 
Maryland. 



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H. H. LEE, 

Dealer in 

Teas,' Coffees, Sugars & Spkes, 

No. 7 ODD FELLOWS HALL 

AXD 
ACADEMV OF MUSIC CORNER. 

Lightford James G., jr., foreman Western 
Machine Works, r. 61 E. Maryland. 

Lilienkamp Ernst, tailor, r. 249 N. Win- 
ston, 

Lilley Samuel, (col'd) lab., r. 1-54 Doug- 
lass al. 

Lilly J. 0, D. (Mears & L.) r. N. Tennes- 
see, bet. Second and Third. 

Lilly Mary, (wid, James) bds. 73 W 
Maryland. 

Linas Daniel, conductor C. C. & I. C. R, 
R., bds, 7i5 Davidson. 

Linns Daniel stonecutter, r. 203 Ken- 
tucky av, 

Linas Jlary, domestic. Bates House. 

Linas Rachel, domestic, Bates House, 

Linch James, lab., r. 2 Orient, 

Linch Michael, bds. 143 S. East, 

Linch Owen, lab., 16 Central. 

Lincoln Charles, elk: Arcade, G W. Wash- 
ington, 

Lindenbower William, r. 682 N. Missis- 
sippi. 

LINDERMAN PRANK, grocer, 
206 E. Washington, r. 15 N. New 
Jersey. 

Linderman L. (wid) r. 203 E. Washing, 
ton. 

Linderman AVilliam, moulder, r. 109 S. 
Benton. 

Lindley A. P. (wid. H. J.) r. 74 State. 

Lindley Hiran, (Lindley & Co.) r. 91 E. 
Michigan. 

Lindley L. G., conductor, C. C. C. & L R. 
R., r. 22 Fletcher av. 

LINDLEY & CO. (H. L, and ) 

real estate agents, 8 E. Washington. 

Lindner Fred., printer. Journal office, bds. 
Circle Resturant. 

Lindsay A., cooper, bds. 9 S. Mississippi. 

Lindsay Jonathan, salesman, New York 
Store, bds. Macy House. 

Line Isaac, bricklayer, r. 291 Liberty. 

Linehan John, lab., works Gas Works, r. 
374 S. Illinois. 

Line-> J. W. (J. AV. L. & Co.) r. 176 W. 
Ohio. 

Lines J. W. & Co. (J. W. L, E. A. Bron- 
son and M. P. Dennis) whol. tobacco 
and cignr.s, 4 W. Louisiana opp. Un- 
ion Depot. 

Lingeufelter Archibald, carpenter, 74 S, 
Pennsylvania, r. outside city limits. 

Lingenfelter Ashford jr., carpenter, bds. 
271 D.avidson. 



Lingenfelter Ashford, carpenter, r, 271 
Davidson, 

Lingenfelter John J., plasterer, r, 267 N, 
Mississippi, 

Lingenfelter Wm., bds, 35 Circle. 

Link Gralaudo, city scavenger, r, 314 S, 
Illinois, 

Linn Jossie Jliss, bds. 75 W, South, 

Linnes Daniel, conductor, C, C, & 1, C, R, 
R„ bds, 75 Davidson. 

Linter Abraham, elk,, C, II, Linter, bds, 
269 N, West, 

Linter Amos H,, groceries, 182 Indiana 
av„ res, same, 

Linter Christ, H,,.dry goods and notions, 
184 Indiana av,, r, 285 Indiana av, 

Linton James \V,, cattle drover, r, 270 N, 
Liberty, 

Lintz Benjamin, elk,, Stewart & Morgan, 

Lintz John, lab., r, 110 Stevens, 

Lintz J. H., bds. Palmer House. 

Lintz William F., packer, r. 319 S. Ea.st. 

Lipp Henry, carpenter, r. so. cor. Ten- 
nessee and Third. 

Lipp Henry, tailor, shop 13 Massachu- 
setts av. 

Lippencott Samuel, (Shaw L. and Con- 
ner) r, Richmond, 

Lipperd W. H., elk, W. N, Grain, bds, Sq 
N, Pennsylvania, 

Lippert Kate Miss, servant 174 Madison 
av, 

Lippert Nicholas, blacksmith, r, 23 Lord, 

Lippuns William, stonemason, r, 416 N, 
East, 

Liscomb E, A, Mrs,, r, 137 N, Illinois, 

Lister RoUa, baggage master I, C, & L, 
R, R., bds, 442 N, Pennsylvania, 

Little Casper, cigarmaker, bds, 287 E, 
Georgia. 

Little Chief, office, Indianapolis Book 
Publishing House, A, C. Shortridgo, 
editor. 

Little Joseph C, works rolling mill, r, 
225 S. Tennessee, 

Little Sallie Mrs. dressmaker, r, 74 N, 
Liberty, 

Little Sower, Sunday school weekly, of- 
fice. Journal bldg., W, W, Dowling, 
publisher. 

Little Watchman, semi-monthy, office. 
Journal bldg., W, W, Dowling, pub- 

LITTLE'S HOTEL, cor. Washing- 
ton and New Jersey, Geo, Longfel- 
low, porprietor, 

Litto« , bricklayer, r. Vine, nr. 

Broadway. 

Livingston H, B,, oik. No, 2 Bates House, 
r, 194 Virginia av, 

Livingston William, grainer, 18 S, Mer- 
idian, bds, Mrs. Heeds, 

Lloyd Spencer, elk, Hildebrand & Kepple 
r, E, of city. 



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Locie Samuel, engineer, bda, 58 Benton. 
Locke Josiah, manufacturer of lightning 

rods, r. 463 N, Pennsylvania, 
Locke William M., r, 211 S, Illinois. 



Locke Erie, ( 



Locke, Field & Scanlin) 



70 N. California. 

Lockner Auther, (col'd) teamster, r. 12G 
N. California. 

Lockwood Heni-y, cooper, r. cor. New 
York and Minerva. 

Lockwood L, cooper, r. elinton nr. East. 

Lockwood James, cooper,r. 36 Douglass. 

Lockwood Matthew, with Wm. Sumner 
& Co., bds. 11 S. Mississippi. 

Lockwood Nelson, cooper, r. 36 Douglass. 

Lodge James, bookkeeper. Landers, Con- 
duitt & Co., bds. 15 Virginia av. 

IjOdge R. P., traveling agent Indiana 
State Sentinel, bds. 172 N. Meri- 
dian. 

Loeneauer C, dealer in groceries, provi- 
sions &c., 380 Virginia av. r. same. 

Loeper Frank Wm., physician, 192 E. 
Washington, r. same. 

Loeper Jacob W., (gtierle & L.) r. GO 
Davidson. 

Logan John, works Osgood, Smith & Co. 
bds 55 Eddy. 

Logan Mathew, works Josselyn Bros. & 
Co. r. 23 Fayette. 

Logan Patrick, lab., r. 27 Grant. 

Logan R. D. (L. & Brown) r. 422 N. 
East. 

Logan Thomas J., carpenter, r. 171 Meek. 

Logan & Brown, (R. D. Logan and B. T. 
Brown) attorneys at law, 4.5 W. 
Washington. 

LOGSDON LA WHENCE, propri- | 
etor brick yard, end Virginia av. 

Lonergan John, groceries &c., 154 cor. 
Pine and Noble, r. same. 

Loney Wesley, student, r. 79 Broadway. 

Long David, D., agent for Munday & 
• Snyder, r. 222 E. South. 

Long E. C, grainer, r. 176 E. South. 

Long Frederick, porter. Browning & 
Sloan, r. N. Illinois. 

Long Gabriel, r. 37 rose; 

Long George Rev., r. 202 E. Market. 

Long G. G., shoemaker Dury & liawk, r. 
476 N. East. 

Long Henry C, elk., r. 202 E. Market. 

Long I. S., (L. & Joseph) r. 264 Blake. 

LONG JOSEPH T., Supervisor In- 
ternal Revenue, room 4, Vinton's 
blk,, bds. Palmer House.. 

Long & Joseph, (J. S. L. and G. AV. J.) 
saw mill and lumber dealers, cor. 
Walnut and Lafayette railroad. 

LONG MATHEW, undertaker, 15 
Circle, bds. se. cor. Market and Cir- 
cle. 

Long Robert, undertaker, with Mathew 
Long, r. 15 Circle. 



BENHASVl BRO'S, 

3G Rnstt Washignton St>> 

.\(;ent.s roK the 

BURDETT ORGAN. 



Long Thomas F., dealer in produce, 188 
W. Washington, r. 268 S. Illinois. 

Longreich Edward, tailor, r.282 E. North. 

LONGFELLOW GEO., proprietor 
Little's Hotel, cor. Washington and 
New Jersey. 

Longsdorff Henry, lab. r. 251 N. West, 

Longsdorff William, carpenter, r. 234 N, 
Mississippi. 

Longtree George, lab., r. 37 Dacota. 

Loomis G. B., music teacher, r. 312 E. 
North. 

Loomis William H., assistant Secrotary 
Indianapolis Agricultural, Mechani- 
cal and Horticultural Association, r, 
237 S. New Jersey. 

Looney Edward, works G. F. Adam's 
lumber yard, r. 107 Huron. 

Looney James, plasterer, r. 159 High. 

Looney M.,night policeman, r. Ill Huron. 

Looney Mill Mrs., r. 101 West. 

Looney William, lab., r. Ill Huron. 

Lord John M., pres't Indianapolis Roll- 
ing Mill Co., office Citizens' Bank 
bldg., r. 297 N. Pennsylvania. 

LOSEE CHARLES E.^timekeeper 
P. C. & St. L. R. R., r. 326 E. Geor- 

LOSEE THOMAS V., master me- 
chanic P. C. & St. L. R. R. shops at 
Indianapolis, r. 326 E. Georgia. 

Losey M. D., (M. 0. Tracey & Co.) r. 112 
S. East. 

Loucks Christ B., carpenter, r. 186 Bates. 

Loucks George W,, carriagepainter, r. 85 
N. Delaware. 

Loucks James, r. 175 Ash, nr. Forest 
Home av. 

Loucks John, corporal, U. S. Arsenal. 

Loucks John, railroader, r. 82 S. Benton. 

Loucks Joseph W., moulder, r. 186 Bates. 

Loucks Mary Mrs., r. 391 S. Delaware. 

Loucks W, W., railroader, r. 341 N. Ala- 
bama. 

Louden A. M.. bookbinder, bds. 70 N. 
New Jersey. 

Louden Henry A., assistant bookkeeper 
Journal Office, r. 76 N. New Jersey. 

Louis Burrows, whitewasher. r. 172 E. 
Market. 

Louis Hiram, teamster, r. 407 S. East. 

Louney Michael policeman, r. Ill Huron. 

Lout Reinhart, lab., r. 168. S. Noble. 

Love John, r. 81 N. Tennessee. 

Love J. W., artist, r. COG E, Washington. 



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H. H- LEE 

HAS BUT 

ONE PRICE, SELLS FOR CASH, 

And Guarantees all Goods 

Sold at the China Tea Stores, 

To be as Represented. 

Love Samuel, railroader, r. 163 S. East. 

Love William, (L. & Co.) r. 506 E. Wash- 
ington. 

LOVE WM. & CO. (W. Lo7e, J. P. 
Dunn and H. S. Bigham) real estate 
agents, room 1 Talbott & New's blk. 

Lovecraft Joseph, r. 500 N. Mississippi. 

Loveciaft Joshua E., r. 132 W. First. 

Lovejoy John, printer, r. 81 W. Michigan. 

Lowe Albert, (col'd) lab., r. 10 Rhode 
Island. 

Lowe Geo. (Lowe G. & Co.) r. 321 N. 
Pennsylvania. 

Lowe George, attorney at law, r. 321 N. 
Pennsylvania. 

LOWE GEO. & CO., carriage man- 
ufacturers, No. 26 and 28 S. Tennes- 
see. 

Lowe N. H., sr. (Lowe N. H, & Son) r. 
308 E. North. 

Lowe N. H., jr. (Lowe N. II. & Son) r. 
308 E, North. 

Lowe N. H. & Son, carpenters and buil- 
ders, 30 S. New Jersey. 

LOWE WILLIAM A., attorney at 
law, 16^ E. Washington, r. 44 Chris- 
tian av. cor. Jaclison. 

Lowe William, coal cart driver, r. 48 
Bicking. 

Lowe Wingate R., student N. W. Chris- 
tian University, r. 207 N. East. 

Lowes John, carpenter, r. 386 N. Dela- 
ware. 

Lowes John W., salesman, Coburn & 
Jones, bds. 335 N. Alabama. 

Lowman James M., elk., 18 W. Pearl, r. 
112 E. St. Clair. 

Lowman Nancy Mrs., r. 112 E. St. Clair. 

Lowman Nelson D., works Budd & Hen- 
esley, r. 118 Fort Wayne. 

LOWRY WILEY M.. druggist 65 
Massachusetts av. r. 73 Massachu- 
setts av. 

Loy David M., foreman D. Root & Co. r. 
419 N. East. 

Lucas Charles H. Dr., (col'd) office 107 
Indiana av., r. 66 N. Missouri. 

Lucas James, (col'd) whitewasher, 00 N. 
Missouri. 

Lucas John G., millright, 132 S. Penn- 
sylvania. 

Lucas Walter A., bookkeeper W. P. & E. 
P. Gallup, bds. 78 N. Tennessee. 

Lucett Bridget, servant, Sherman House. 

Lucid John, lab., r. 358 S. West. 



Lucid Morris, lab., r. 336 S. West. 

Lucid Morris, lab., r. 339 S. Missouri. 

Lucky G. W., bricklayer and paver, office 
75 E. Washihgton. 

Ludinglon William H., publisher, r. 37 
Kentucky av. 

Luillow , tailor, r. 368 S. New Jersey. 

Ludlow George, carpenter, r. 46 N. New 
Jersey. 

Ludlow George S,, carpenter, r. 500 Vir- 
ginia av. 

Ludlow J. C, foreman at Warren Tate's, 
r. 130 N. New Jersey. 

Ludlow Jason, carpenter, r. 130 N. New 
Jersey. 

Ludlow Silas, traveling agent, r. 91 
Broadway. 

Ludlum Joseph E., r. 49 Chatham. 

Ludorff L., (L. & Co.) r. 304 S. Meridian. 

Ludorff L. & Co., (L. LudorSF and B. E. 
Thonnsen) wholesale notions and 
furnishing goods, 42 S. Meridian. 

Ludwick Francis, r. 253 Union. 

Ludwig James, engineer Geisendorff's, r. 
27 BUke. 

Ludwig Louis, carver, r. 269 E. Wash- 
ington. 

Ludwig Otto, importer of wines, 115 E. 
Washington, r. 178 E. Washington. 

Ludwig Pauline Mrs., millinery, 269 E. 
Washington, r. same. 

Lueders Elizabeth, (wid. Thomas) r. 484 
N. Mississippi. 

Lueders L. Misses, (Catherine, Eliza, 
Louisa and Caroline) milliners and 
dressmakers, 74J E. Market, r. 484 
N. Mississippi. 

Lueisser Frank, butcher, bds. 336 Vir- 
ginia av. 

Lueisser Julius, meat market, 131 Massa- 
chusetts av., bds. 330 Virginia av. 

Luellen James, (cold) lab., r. 289 Doug- 
lass al. 

Lukens Thomas G , moulder, r. 318 S. Dela- 
ware. • 

Lukens Frederick, teamster, r. 462 S. Illi- 
nois. 

Lukens R. L., agricultural implements, 
81 W. Washington r. 281 Virginia 

Luker Kate Miss, dreessmaker, r, 68 S. 
Illinois. 

Luker R. A. Mrs. (wid. R. A.) r. in rear 
of 440 Virginia av. 

Lucky Christ. F., lab., r. 474 E. Wash- 
ington. , 

Lulbing Earl, lab., r. 176 S, Illlinois. 

Lumpkins H. (cold) porter, C. Dickson 
& Co. 

Luplon Albert, entry elk. Hibben, Tar- 
kington & Co.. bds. 21 Indiana av. 

Lupton G. Dr., dentist, r. 21 Indiana av. 

Lupton Elizabeth, (wid.) r. cor. Pennsyl- 
vania and First. 



LUP 125 McC 

BENHAM BRO'S. 



Lupton Wm. C. jr., bda. 402 N. East. | 

Lupton W. C, house and sign painter, ! 

71 N. Pennsylvania, r. 402 N. East, j 
Lutcher Jesse, (col'd) cook, r. ne. partcity. ! 
Luther Calvin, blacksmith, r. 224 E. | 

Washington. 
Luther Carrie Mrs., r. 59 Indiana av. 
LUTHER ROBERT D., carriage 

maker, 224 E. Washington, r. same. 
Lutz George, shoemaker, r. 400 Virginia 

av. 
Lutz George F., bellboy Spencer House. 
Lutz John J., soldier, United States Arse- 
nal. 
Luzingler George, lab., r. 81 S. Mis- 
souri. 
Ljbrand C. C, works Rolling Mill, r. 223 

S. Tennessee. - 
Lynch Bridget, laundry maid, Sherman 

House. 
Lynch C, r. 74 AV. Louisiana. 
Lynch Charles, elk., ticket office, C. & I. 

J. R. R., r. 83 S. Liberty. 
Lynch Dennis, machinist, r. 109 Harrison. 
Lynch Jacob, cooper, r. 53 Hellen. 
Lynch James, lab. r. 175 E, Louisiana. 
Lynch John, lab., T. H. & I. Depot, r. 249 

S. Missouri. 
Lynch John, lab., r. 349 S. Missouri. 
Lynch John S., grain buyer, bds. 18 S. 

Pennsylvania. 
Lynch Mary Miss, waiter, Spencer House. 
Lynch Michael, works rolling mill, r, 452 

S. Tennessee, 
Lynch Michael, bricklayer, r. 609 N. Illi- 
nois. 
Lynch' M. P., traveler, Keifer & Vinton, 

bds. Palmer House, 
Lynch Patrick, engineer Sinker & Davis 

r. 109 Harrison. 
Lynch Patrick, works Express Co., bds. 

74 W, Louisiana. 
Lynch Timothy, works Street Railroad 

Ce., bds, 74 W. Louisiana. 
Lynn Adam, teamster, r. 43 Chatham. 
Lynn P. A., elk.. Star Union Line, oHioe, 

85 Virginia av,, r, se, cor. Second 

and Tennessee, 
LYNN W. C, freight agent. C. & L 

J.' R. R., office, no and 112 Virginia 

av. 
Lynn Winfield S., elk., Browing & Sloan, 

bds. 172 Virginia av. 
Tyon Annie, servant. Palmer House. 
Lyons Chas., engineer, C. C. C. & I. 

R. R. 
Lyons Daniel, lab., bds. 217 S. Illinois. 
Lyons Geo. W., foremen, J. C. Furgiison & 

Co. 
Lyons John, lab., r. 243 Missouri. 
Lyons Mary Miss, chambermaid, Spencer 

House. 
Lyons M. A. (wid. A, E.) r. 500 N. Ten- 
nessee. 



SGEast Washington St-, 

KEEP 

THE VEIt^ir BEST 

VIOLIN AND GUITAR STRINGS. 

Lyons Patrick, lab,, bds, 217 S, Illinois, 
Lyons Richard, Ivorks rolling mill, bds, 

217 S, Illiuoia, 
Lyons Robert, carriagesmith, Shaw, Lip- 

pencott & C„ bds, 218 S. New 

Jersey, 
Lyons Wm, H„ lab,, r. 378 E, Georgia, 
Lytic B, K„ elk, J, A, McGaus, bds, 208 

S, West, 
Lytic Ezra W„ lab., r, 208 S, West, 
Lytle Robert J., carpenter, r, 268 S, West, 

McABEE DANIEL 1I„ lab., works 
Rolling Mill, r, 378 S. Illinois. 
McAdams Belle Miss, r, Douglass al,, 

nr, Ohio, 
McAUen Kate Miss, weaver GeisendorCF, 

bds, cor. West and Maryland, 
MoAlpin A, R,, machinist C. C, C, & I, 

shops, 
McAndrews Walter, saloon, 251 W. 

Washington, bds, same. 
McAntle Patrick, works Rolling Mill, 

bds, 272 S. Tennessee. 
MoArthur James, salesman New York 

Store, bds, 158 N, New Jersej'. 
McArthur John B,, r. 270 N, West. 
McAvoy Thomas, elk., bds, 79 Massachu- 
setts av. 
McBeth M. D., salesman New York Store, 

bds. Macy House. 
McBRIDE JOHN C, s.aloon, 195 

West Washington, r. 137 W. Ohio. 
McBride Michael, linen peddler, r. 274 

N. Liberty. 
McBride Riley, carpenter, r, 37 Ellen. 
MoCabe'lIathew, saloon, 320 E. Wash- 
ington, r. 9 Forest av. 
McCabe John, lab., r. 164 Buchanan. 
McOann Cloud, painter, r. Tinker, bet. 

Pennsylvania and Delaware. 
McCain John, machinist, r. 228 S, Noble. 
McCain William, carpenter, r, over 300 

E, Washington. 
McCain Wm. U., carpenter, r. 395 E. 

Michigan. 
McCaflin Myron, blacksmith, bds. 104 

W, Maryland. 
McCALLIAN R. J., agent Cincin- 

nati papers, 13 N, Pennsylvania, bds. 

62 Huron, 
McCallion John, machinist, r. 62 Hu- 
ron. 
McCann James, elk,, J. 11. V. Smith, bds. 

09 N. East. 



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AKE AT 

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McCann James A., studeat, bds, 236 N 
E.ist. 

MoCann James D,, painter, r. 18 S. Mer- 
idian. 

McCann Mary, (wid.) r. 368 S. Tennes- 
see. 

McCann Mary Mrs., seamstress, 42 Ken- 
tucky av., r. same. 

McCann Pat., lab., r. 100 S. East. 

McCann Samuel D., physician and sur- 
geon, office 2^6 N. East, r, same. 

McCarty Dennis, cooper, bds. )51ake bet. 
Washington and New York. 

MoCarty John, turner, bds. 27 Hahn, 

MoCarty John, turner, r. cor. Georgia and 
East. 

McCarty Kate, servant Ray House, r, 
same. ' 

McCarty Nicliolas, real estate agent, of- 
fice Hubbard's blk., r. 122 N, Penn- 
sylvania, 

McCarthy simon, prop. Bates 

House Saloon, r. SI W. S(. Clair, 

McCarty Stephen, lab,, r. 393 E. Michi- 

McCARTY THOMAS B. insur- 
ance agent, office, Odd Fellows Hall, 
r. 194 N. Illinois, 

McCarty Timothy, lab. r. 57 Wyoming. 

McCarty Wm., moulder, r. 137 N. David- 
son, 

.McCarty Wm,, lab,, r, 533 E, Georgia, 

McCauley Jocob, wagonmaker, r. 270 S. 
Illinois. 

McCauley Thomas, bookbinder, bds, 148 
Indiana av. 

McChesney Edward, baggage master I. C. 
& St. L. R. R., r. 454 N, Tennessee, 

McChesney Jacob B., bookkeeper Max- 
well, Fry & Thurston, r. 454 N. Ten- 
nessee. 

McChesney, William L., bookkeeper J. C. 
Ferguson & Co., r, 454 N, Tennessee. 

McClain E. J., queensware and furniture, 
212 E. Washington, r. same 

McClain John S., (Peacock & McC.) r. 
Douglass near Ohio. 

McClain Jloses, elk., bds 4.52 E. Georgia. 

McCIellan , carpenter, r. 113 E. St. 

Joseph. 

McCIellan John, butcher, r. 52 S. West. 

McCIellan John G., elk., bds. 52 S. 
West. 

McCIellan Robert, carpenter, r. 378 E. 
Market. 

JlcClintock Robert, lab., r. 24 Greer. 



McClosky David, cigar maker, 36 Vir- 
ginia av., r. 296 S. East. 
McClosky John, moulder, r. 324 E. Lou- 

siana. 
McClosky John, carpenter, r. 88 S. Mis- 
sissippi. 
McClosky John H., baggage recorder Un- 
ion Depot, r. 7 Ellsworth. 
McCloud Edward, (col'd) barber, bds. 

233 W. Ohio. 
McCloud John, (cold) lab., bds. 233 W. 

Ohio. 
McCloud MahlaMrs.,(coVd, wid. Thomas) 

r. 233 W. Ohio. 
McCloud Sarah, (col'd) washerwoman, r. 

•233 W. Ohio. 
McClure Alexander, boilermaker, r. 221 

W. Merrill. 
McClure Charles R., potographer, bds. 52 

N. Pennsylvania. 
McClure George W., carpenter, r. Eighth 

nr. Canal. 
McClure J. E, elk., 75 E Market, r. 61 

Fort Wayne av. 
.McClure M. T., foreman, rolling mill 

yard, r. 351 E. McCarty. 
McClure Nathaniel, r. 68 Athon. 
McClure Theophilus, printer, works 

Chandler & Co., r. 272 W. Vermont. 
McConaghy James, carpenter, r. Indiana 

av. cor. New York. 
McConbiary Thomas, moulder, r. 343 S. 

East. 
McCool William, carpenter, r. 307 S. 

East. 
McCooney D., machinist, r. 302 E. North. 
McCord B. R. (McC. & Wheatley) bds. 

149 S. East. 
McCord Mrs. S., r. 92 E. New Y'ork. 
McCORD & WHEATLEY, (B. 
j R. McC. and Wra. M. W.) planing 

1 mill antl lumber yard, 186 and 198 S. 

Alabama. 
MoCormick Alice D. Miss, teacher City 
Academy, bds. 393 N. Pennsylvania. 
McCormick Catharine, (wid. Patrick) r. 

303 Indiana av. 
McCormick George, r. 31 W. Ohio. 
McCormick James A., woiks Osgood, 
I Smith & Co., r. 191 Huron. 

! .McCormick John L., carpenter, r. 720 N. 
1 Tennessee. 

McCormick W. H., conductor I. C. & L. 

R. B., r. 181 S. New Jersey. 
McCoulry Thomas, moulder, r. 343 S. 

East. 
McCoy Charles D , night policeman, r. 

cor. California and Michigan. 
McCoy J. C. Dr., r. 96 E. New York. 
McCOY THEODORE W., elk. 
Supreme Court, office State bldg., r. 
109 N. California. 
McCrea K. H. (Fahnley & McC) bds. 
Sherman House. 



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MoCready Eliza Mrs., Librai-iivn Indian- 
apolis Library Association, Martiu- 
dale's blk., r. same. 

MoCreedy James, bookkeeper Indianapo- 
lis National Bank. 

MoCullougli J. S., bookkeeper Hibben, 
Tarkioglon & Co. 

McCune T. J:, machinist, r. 78 Forest 

MoCnne Tlionias, machinist, Chandler & 
Taylor, bds. oljti W. Washington. 

McCURDY GEORGE "W., auction 
and commission merchant, cor. Vir- 
ginia av. and Washington, r. 214 N. 
Alabama. 

McCutuheon , r. 6:20 N. Illinois. 

McCutcheon Elizabeth, proprietor Deca- 
tur House, 328 E. Washington. 

McCutcheon George R , yardmaster, Peru 
Railroad, r. 328 E. Washington. 

McCvHcheon John C, bookkeeper and 
cashier, Crossland, Ilanna &. Co., r. 
226 N. Meridian. 

McUaniel W. J., lab., bds. Nagle House. 

McUaniel Mary, (wid.) bds. 17 Henry. 

McDaniel Reason, teamster, r. 591 Maple. 

.McU.miels J. R , works Emerson, Bean & 
Co., bds. 23 N. West. 

McDernned E. C, elk., N. & G. Ohmer, 
bds. Depot Dining Hall. 

McDermot Joseph, stove mounter, r. lo9 
S. Alabama. 

McDermott Thomas, works rolling mill, 
r. 43 Henry. 

McDevitt Edward, machinist, bds. Ray 
House. 

McDole OfR, conductor, T.H. & I. R. R. 
r. 79 W. Louisiana. 

McDonald Currun E., patent agent, 87 E. 
Market, r. 300 E. Market. 

McDonald Ezekiel M. (McD. & McDon- 
ald) r. 228 N. Meridian. 

McDonald James, papermaksr, r. 49 S. 
West. 

McDonald Jas.. presSKian, Journal office, 
r. 329 W. Maryland. 

McDonald Joseph E. (McDonald & MoD.) 
r. 229 N. Pennsylvania. 

McDonald Mary,(wid.) r. 79 E. St. Clair. 

McDonald Mary, domestic. Bates House. 

McDonald Patrick, produce dealer, r. 133 
S. New Jersey. 

McDonald Patrick,Jwoiks rolling mill, r. 
20 Willard. 

McDonald Patrick, lab., r. 129 S. New 
Jersey. 

McDonald Robert, works Street Railroad 

Co., r. 53 Mople. 
McDonald & McDonald, (J. E. MoD. and 
E. M. McD.) attorneys at law, room 
3 ^E'.na bldg. 
McDonough A. W., messenger, American 
M. U. 'Express Co,, bd.s. Spencer 
House. 



127 McG 

BENHAM BRO'S, 

36 East Washington St., 

AaEXTSlFOR THE 

BUKDETT ORGAN. 



McDonough D. B., dealer in coal, lime, 
lath &c., 144 S. Alabama, r. 123 E. 
Vermont. 

McDougall E.R., brickmaker, r. 165 Hu- 
ron. 

McDouffall William, engineer C. C. C. & 
I. R. R., r. 291 N. Liberty. 

McDowell Joseph, bookkeeper, Bowen, 
Stewart & Co., r. 238 S. Alabama. 

McElroy Ann, (wid) r. 286 E. Lousiana. 

MoElroy Frank, porter. Journal office, 
bds. Macy house. 

McElvane John, house and sign painter, 
46 Kentucky av., r. A thou. 

McEhveeJ., carpenter, r. 78 N. Liberty. 

McFadden Lewis M., baliff, bds. 195 N. 
Davidson. 

McFarland C. A , (Bowker & Co.) r. 130 
Virginia av. 

McFarland Carev, r. 67 Virginia av. 

McFarland Charlotte Miss, r. 20 E. St. 
Clair. 

McFarland J. L. (Bowker & Co.) r. 130 
Virginia av. 

McFarland Laura Miss, r. 26 E. St. Clair. 

McFarland Robert, flour and feed store, 
155 W. Washington, r. 164 Dough- 
erty. 

McFarland Wm. K., bakery, No. 12 S. 
Meridian, r. same. 

MoGalliard Harry, machinist C. C. & I. 
C. R. R. 

McGarahan Thomas, with Wm. Sumner 
& Co., r. 195 N. Tennessee. 

McGaughey Charles, elk., Street R. R. 
Co., bds. Globe house. 

McGaw J. A., cigars and tobacco, 16 N, 
Illinois, r. 182 N. Mississippi. 

McGee Bruce, elk., with W. A. Brietor, 
bds. nw. cor. Pennsylvania and Mar- 
ket. 

McGee Edward, porter 52 S. Meridian, r. 
215 S. Alabama. 

McGee Richard, physician, 56 Massachu- 
setts av., r. same 

McGee William, engineer J. M. & I. R. 
R., r. 121 W. Duncan. 

McGill Margaret, (wid. Robert) r. McGill, 
bet. South and Louisiana. 

McGill Wm. C, r. 642 N. Mississippi. 

McGilliard M.avtin V. (McG. & M. 0. 
Brown) v. 280 N. Mississippi. 

McGILLIARD & BROWN, (M. 
V. McG. and M. O. B.) general in- 
surance agents, 11 S. Meridian. 



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MAKES A SPECIALTY OF 



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McGinn G. T., teamster, r. 283 Virginia 
av. 

McGinnis G. E., booklceeper, Hollweg & 
Reese, bd8. 41 Virginia av. 

McGinnis Cliarles J., elk. County Audi- 
tor's office, bds. Pyle House. 

McGinnis Eliza, (wid. William) r. 41 
Blake. 

McGinnis Francis Mrs., r. 41 Virginia 
av. 

McGinnis Frank T., elk. Murpliy, John- 
ston & Co , r. 41 Virginia av. 

McGINNIS GEORGE F., Auditor 
Marion county, r. Perry township. 

McGinnis Jasper N., bricklayer, r. 397 
Massachusetts av. 

McGinnis John, grocer, 280 E. Washing- 
ton, r. same. 

McGinnis Nicholas, tailor, r. 81 W. South. 

McGinnis N. S., railroader, r. 103 Forest 
av. 

McGinnis Thomas, tnilor, Clinton, bet- 
East and New Jersey. 

McGinnis Thomas, lumber dealer, r. 547 
N. Mississippi. 

McGinnis William, conductor I. C. & L. 
R. R., bds. Ray House. 

McGinty Martin, "flagman, r. 34 Chad- 
wick. 

McGlaughin Frank, harnessmaker, bds. 
Little's Hotel. 

McGlen Thomas, bookseller, r. 310 S. 
West. 

McGlenn Michael, expressman, r. cor. 
North and Uoiiglass. , 

McGowen Lunsford, grocer, r. 81 W. 
Walnut. 

McGowen Thomas, works rolling mill, 
bds. 217 S. Illinois. 

McGrarty John, saloon, 116 S. Illinois, 
r. same. 

McGrarty Neal, elk. 116 S. Illinois, r. 
same. 

McG rath Daniel, lab. r. 25 Maple. 

McGrath Mary, domestic Bates House. 

McG rath T. W., cabinetmaker, r. 329 S. 
Pennsylvania. 

McGrathy Daniel, lab. r. 248 S. Dela- 
ware. 

MoGraw Dennis, teamster, r. 478 E. Geor- 
gia. 

JIcGraw Michael, varnisher, bds. Court 
Street Boarding House. 

McGrew Maggie A. Miss, servant, 300 
St. Clair. 



McGrimes, proprietor Concordia Saloon 

cor. South and Meridian, r. same. 
McGruder Moses, (col'd) lab., r. cor. 
Michigan and Douglass al. 

McGuff Thomas, bell boy Bates House. 

McGuirc Richard, gasfitter, bds. Palmer 
House. 

McHugh Dennis, lab. 33 Maple. 

McHugh J., letter carrier, bds. 252 S. 
West. 

McHugh John, plasterer, bds. 104 Cher- 
ry. 

McHugh Thomas, lab., r. 104 Cherry. 

McHutcheon Thomas, elk. Trade Palace, 
bds. 020 N. Illinois. 

Mclntire James, auctioneer, r. 281 N. 
Noble. 

Mclntire Lucius, works rolling mill, r. 18 
Henry. 

Mclntire William, lab., r. al. bet. West 
and Canal. 

Mclver John I., salesman New York 
Store, bds. 158 N. New Jersey. 

McKannay William, baggage master J. 
M. & I. R. R. 

McKay Horace, r. Broadway, cor. Forest 
av. 

McKeeby Dyer S., conductor, C. C. C. & 
I. R. R., r. 277 N. East. 

McKeeby Frank S., conductor, C. C. C. & 
I.R. R., r. 249 N.Davidson. 

McKeehan Benj., elk. P. 0., bds. 333 S. 
Pennsylvania. 

McKeehan Benj., lab., r. 333 S. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

McKeehan James, elk., r. 333 S. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

McKeehan John, stock agent, C. C. & I. 
C. R.R., r. 61 S. Noble. 

McKeever George, roadmaster, I. B. & V/. 
R. R., r. 129 Bates. 

JIcKeever John, engineer, T. H. & I. R. 
R., bds. Spencer House. 

McKendryJ., staveand heading manufac- 
turer, Pratt, nr. Mississippi, r. sw. 
cor. Mississippi and SI. Clair. 

MoKenley A, D., expressman, bds. 150 
Ft. Wayne av. 

MoKenney William, boss carder at Cotton 
Mill, bds. 366 W. Washington. 

McKenny John, carpenter, r. 167 E. St. 
Joseph. 

McKeon M., engraver, H. C. Chandler, 
bds. 55 Bates. 

McKernan Daniel S., with J. H. McKe- 
rnan, r. 117 W. New York. 

McKERNAN JAMES H , real es- 
tate agent, 2 Blake's blk,, r. 117 W. 
New York. 

McKernan Louis, elk. J. H. McKernan, r. 
576 N. Mississippi. 

McKernan Michael, expressman, r. 39 
Jones. 

McKinney Davis, lab., r. 4 Meek, 



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McKinney R., barber, r. 303 E. Washing- 
ton. 

McKinney William, overseer Cotton Mill, 
r. 356 W. Waslnngt.on. 

McKinney Pacbael, f wid. Duncs^n) r. 206 
Blake. 

McKinsey William L., carpenter, r. 108 
Blake. 

McKnigbt Mattie Miss, r.'27 N. Califor- 
nia. 

JIcLaflin Myran, blacksmith, Chandler 
& Taylor, bds. 164 W. Maryland. 

McLain Albert, painter, r. 12 W. North. 

McLain L. C, physician, Indiana Surgical 
Institute, r. same. 

MeLAISr MOSES G.. State Libra- 
rian office in State House, bds. 126 
N. Tennessee. 

McLaren John, printer Journal office, r. 
350 N. Noble. 

McLaughlin Debroe E. Miss, dressmaker, 
r. 217 Massachusetts av. 

McLaughlin, Gridley H., minister, r. two 
miles se. on Michigan road. 

McLaughlin William, saloon 341 S. West, 
r. same. 

Mclaughlin william h., 

farmer, r. two miles se. Michigan 
road. 

MoLene Jerry, (MoL. & Ilerron) r. 139 N. 
Pennsylvania. 

MeLENE & HEREON,( J. McL. and 
F. M. H.) wholesale and retail jew- 
elers, 1 Bates house blk. 

McLeod Mary Mrs., saleswoman, 27 N. 
Pennsylvania, r. W. Maryland, 
Webb's boarding house. 

McMahan Dennis, wiper, C. c' & I. C. K. 
R., shops. 

McJIahan Ellen, (wid) r. 203 Meek. 

McMahan John M., conductor T. H. & I. 
R. R., r. 27 W. First. 

McMahan J. W., lab., r. 334 S. Alabama. 

McMahan T. C, cabinetmaker, r. 65 S. 
East. 

McMahon Charles, carpenter, r. 273 Mc- 
Carty. 

McMamara JIary, domestic Blind Insti- 
tute. 

MoManara Jlichael, lab., r. 165 E. South. 

McMnnmen Biyon, lab., r. 122 Steven- 
son. 

McMullen Henry, deputy elk. U. S, court, 
bds 126 E. Ohio. 

McMuUea James, r, 74 E. Vermont. 

McMurray Robt., tobacconist, r. 56 Bright. 

MoJlurray Robert, cigarmaker, r. 244i 
E. Washington. 

McNabb Stephen, baggagemasie'r. Union 
Depot, r. 227 S. Mississippi. 

MoNalley Barney, works rolling mill, 542 
S. Meridian. 

McNamee John, law student, r. Massa- 
chusetts av. 

14 



BENHAM BRO'S, 

36 East WasliiEigton St., 
Pianos, Organs and Melodeons 

FOES 

CA^H OK. GIS TISIE. 



McNead Mary, (wid.) r. 23 E. Ohio. 

McNeeley E., cooper, r. 232 N. Illinois. 

McNeeley John, carpenter, r. First bet. 
Illinois and Tennessee. 

McNeeley John B., elk., P. C. & St. L, B. 
R. freight office, r. 185 W. Maryland. 

McNully P. A., bds. Macy House. 

McNutt A. D., bricklayer, r, 177 Meek. 

McOuat Andrew W. (R. L. & A. W. Mc- 
Ouat) r. ne. cor. New York and 
East. 

McOuat David, works paper mill, r. cor. 
Patterson and Elizabeth. 

McOiiat George, speculator, r. ne. cor. 
New York and East. 

McOuat Janet, (wid. Thomas) r. ne. cor. 
New York and East. 

McOuat R. L. (R. L. McO. & A. W. McO.) 
r. 74 W. Market. 

McOUAT E. L. & A. W., stoves 
and tinware, 61 and 63 W. Wash- 
ington. 

McPherson Gary, salesman, bds. 90 N. 
Delaware. 

McQuaid Pat., expressman, r. 79 Fayette. 

McSweeney Owen, railroader, r. 130 W. 
New York. 

McVey D., blacksmith shop, W, Washing- 
ton, r. 58 S. California. 

McVey II. 0., piano tuner, 159 E. Wash- 
ington, r. 76 Kentucky av. 

McVey Joseph, carpenter, r. 24 Coburn. 

MoVey William, tax collector, r. 76 Ken- 
tucky av. 

MoVey W. R., student, 171 E. Washing- 
ton. 

McVicker A. W., merchant tailor, r. 176 
W. Ohio. 

Mc Williams James, r. 25 W. St. Clair. 

McWorkman Henry, elk., P. 0., bds. Macy 
House. 

McVv'orkman J., elk., bds. National Hotel. 

MAAS LOUIS, cigarmaker, 11 N. 
Pennsylvania, r. 278 E, Michigan. 
iMabb Maria Mrs., r. 27 N. New Jersey. 
Mac John, works Sentinel office, bds. 165 

E. South. 
Mac William, pressman Sentinel office, r. 

165 E. Souih. 
MACAULEY DAKIEL, Mayor of 

City Indianapolis, office Cottrell & 

Knight's bldg., r. 18 W. North. 
Macauley John T., bookkeeper paper mill, 

bds. 5-^G N. Illinois. 



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JHAKES A SPECIALTV OF 



Choice Green, Black &. Japan.Teas. 

Macauley R. (col'd ) bds. 190 N. Missouri. 

Machett R. M., carpenter, r. 1(39 E, St. 
Joseph. 

Maclntire H. N.,teacher Indiana Institu- 
tion for Deaf and Dumb. 

Maclntire John, salesman Butch, Dickson 
& Co., r. 25 S. West. 

Maclntire XI. E. Mrs.,matron ludiana In- 
stitution Deaf and Dumb. 

MaelNTIRE THOMAS, A. M.,?u- 
perintendeut Indiana Institution for 
Education Deaf and Dumb, r. same. 

Macli George, (col'd) lab., bds. 116 Ash. 

Mack John, lab., r. 193 High. 

Mack Morris, lab. T. H. & I. R. R. depot, 
r. 322 S. West. 

Mack Philip, lab. r, 300 W. Maryland. 

Mack William, bds. Calafornia House. 

Macy David, president I. P. & C. R. R., 
office 101 E. Washington, up stairs, 
r. '298 N. Delaware. 

MACY HOUSE, se. cor. Market and 
Illinois, S.W. Mel.«heimer, proprielor. 

Madden Elizabeth, (wid.) r. 181 Eliza- 
beth. 

Madden Joseph, plasterer, r. 387 S. Mis- 
Madden Thomas, bricklayer, r. 1G9 N. 
Davidson. 

MADDEN THOMAS, proprietor 
Capital Tobacco Works, 17:2 W, Cum- 
berland, r. 181 W. First. 

Madison Charles, (col'd) lab., r, 156 
Douglass al. 

Mads Peter, (col'd) lab. starch factory, 
r. 91 Elm. 

Magee George, harnessmaker, works 182 j 
W. Washington. 

MAGLEY JACOB, meat market, 
186 W. Washington, r. Mount Jack- 

Maguire Charles, salesman New York 
Store, bds. 112 N. Pennsylvania. 

Maguire Douglass, (Judsou, M. & Co.) 
r. 78 E. Ohio. 

Maguire Mary, (wid. David) r. 81 Ann. 

Mahan James, peddlar, r. 117 Oak. 

Mahan Wra. H ., bookkeeper Rickhoff & 
Co., r. 74 Indiana av. 

Mahoney Catherine Miss, servant, Spen- 
cer House. 

Mahoney Charles, breakman C. C. & I. 
C. R.R., bds. 58 BcDinn. 

Mahoney John, flagman Union track, r. 
10 Buchanan. 



Mahoney Margaret, (wid. James) r. 58 S. 
Alabama. 

Mahoney Michael, lab., r. 18 Buchanan. 

Mahoney Pat., lab., r. 298 S. Delaware. 

Mahoney Richard, works Street Railroad 
Co., bds. 72 W. Louisiana. 

Mahoney William, works Street Rail- 
road Co. Stables, r. 81 Maple. 

Mahorney A. E., hairworker, 235 Blake, 
r. same. 

Mahorney J T., hair dealer, r. 235 Blake. 

Mahurin Matilda L, teacher Market 
Street Colored School, bds. 303 cor. 
North and New Jersey. 

Mai August, carpenter and joiner, r. 264 
Chestnut. 

Maiden John, blacksmith, r. 66 S. West. 

JIaier Jacob, barber, 149 E. Washington. 

MAJOR STEPHEN T., groceries, 
provisions and willow ware, 342 E. 
Washington, r. 218 W. Georgia. 

Major S. F., r. 218 W. Georgia. 

Majors William, cooper, r. 317 W. Mar- 
ket. 

Maker Thomas, painter, r. 319 N. East. 

Makepeace H. 13. salesman, 26 S. Meri- 
dian, r. 201 E. St. Mary. 

Malloh Mary, (wid.- Adolph) r. 338 W. 
North. 

Malone ," (wid.) r. 128 Virginia av. 

Malone Abner, machinist, r. 128 'Virgi- 
nia av. 

Malone Isaac, blacksmith, r. 27 Wyo- 
ming. 

Malone Lewis D. (cold) carpenter, r. 141 
Bright. 

Malone William L., salesman, 25 W, 
Washington, r. 128 'Virginia av. 

Maloney James, carpenter, r, cor, Mc- 
Carty and Tennessee. 

Maloney John, shoemaker, r. 257 S. Mis- 
sissippi. 

Maloney John, blacksmith, r. 12 N. New 
Jersey. 

Maloney John, printer. News Office, bds. 
cor. MoCarty and Tennessee. 

Malott V. T., cashier. Merchants' -Na- 
tional Bank, r. 280 N. Delaware. 

Maloy Hugh, lab., r. 30 John. 

Maloy James, marble dealer, r. 67 W. 
McCarty. 

Malpas Henrv, (H. M. & Co.) r. 72 Stale. 

Malpas H. & Co. (H. M. & ) steam 

bleachery, 17 and 18 Miller's blk. 

Manaham Mary, domestic. Bates House. 

Manahan Tiniolhy, boot and shoemaker, 
r. 474 E. Georgia. 

.Manchester Lewis, elk. J. W. Copeland & 
Co , lj(ls. Pyle House. 

Manfield George, (F. Gocpper & Co.) r. 
336 N. East. 

Mangold Fred, saw grinder, r. 130 E. St. 



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Manlieimer Louis, elk. 3 Batea House bik. 

bds. 172 E. Ohio. 
,Manhenney Alex , carpenter, 127 B. Ma- 

rylan J, r. 314 E. Market. 
MANKEDICK BROS., (Henry 

LManUedickand William Mankedick) 

dealers' in hardware and cutlery, 

123 E. Washington. 
.Mankedick Henry, (Mankedick Bros.) r. 

two miles se. of city. 
JIankodick William, (Mankedick Bros.) 

r. 270 E. Washington. 
Manlove W. R., atlorney, 87J E. Market, 

room 15 Thorp's blk., r. sw. cor. 

Forest av. and Broadway. 
Manloy Charlotte, (wid) r. 310 W.Wash- 
ington. 
Mann A. C, lab., r. 1 Thomas. 
Mann Alfred J., carpenter, cor. South 

and Delaware, r. 157 Davidson. 
Mann Henry C, (col'd) barber shop, 10 

S. Delaware, r. 361 E. New Vork. 
Mann .Jackson, carpenter, r. 157 N. Da- 
vidson. 
Minn James B., grocer, r. U9 S. East- 
Mann Losen, carriagemaker, works Mil- 
ler's carriage shop. 
Mann Samuel, works Indianapolis Agri- 
■ cultural Works, bds. 211 S. Illinois. 
Mann William, (col'd) barber, r. 241 W. 

Ohio. 
Mannan Julia, servant, J. W. Hess. 
Mannfeld William, tailor, F. Gccpper & 

Co., bds. 28 W. Georgia. 
MANNING THOMAS S., carriage 

painter, 224 E. Washington, r. 70 W. 

Ohio. 
Mansfield John L , r. 357 N. Alabama. 
Mansfield Julius, tailor, r. 2G Chatham. 
Mansfield Thomas, blacksmith, 38 S. 

Pennsylvania, r. 161 W. Maryland. 
Manson John, salesman New York store, 

bds 158 N. New Jersey, 
Mansur Charles W., salesman, 21 W. 

Washington, v. 19 E. Ohio. 
Mansur Frank, (Wood & M.) r. IS £. 

Vermont. 
Mansur Isaih. banker 154 E. Washing- 

• ton, r. 10 E. Vermont. 
Mansur Jeremiah, r, IS E. Vermont. 
Mansur William, r. 19 E. Ohio. 
Many Adolph, carpenter, r. 125 N. Noble. 
Many Chas., carpenter, r. 216 N. Noble. 
Jl.any C. J., carpenter, r. 125 N. Noble, 
Many Carmel, carpenter, r. 214 Railroad. 
Many John, dealer in groceries and 

provisions, cor. Noble and Virginia 

av.; r, same. 
Many John B., carpenter and«contraotor, 

r. 125 N. Noble. 
Many Zerah, teacher of languages, r. 

125 N. Noble. 
Maraney Matthew, machinist, Greenleaf 

& Co., r. 142 E. MoCarty. 



BENHAM BRO'S, 

36 East "Washington St., 
INDtANAPOUS RtANUKAOTURmS 00.'8 

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ELEGANT IN TONE AND FINISH, 



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Constructir 



Marchant Isaac, jr., kook keeper, Merril 
& Coughlen, r. west end Washington. 

Mardick James y., grocer, 399 E. Georgia 
r. same. 

Marien John, stonecutter, r. 19 School. 

Marien N., stonecutter, r. 19 School. 

Mark Maggie Miss, works Globe House. 

Markey Thos., fireman, Caledonia paper 
mill, bds. 30 Douglass. 

Marklie Matthew, barkeeper, bds. Fat- 
out's blk. 

JIarley David, lab., r. VVest nr. First. 

Marlott Frank, moulder, 74 S. Pennsyl 
vania, r. 105 Eddy. 

Marlott Zara C, patternmaker, r. 177 S 
New Jersey. 

.Marlow J., painter, r. 120 W. Maryland 

Marmont Hall, sw. cor. Illinois and Geor- 
gia, H. Marmont, prop'r. 

Marmont Hugo, proprietor Marmont Hall 
cor. Illinois and Georgia, r. same. 

Marony Matthew, machinist, r. 142 E 
McCarty. 

Maroskey Henry, works Fi.'shback's tan 
nery, r. Fourth bet. L. R. R. and Ca- 
nal. 

Marot John R., (Jealer in second hand 
furniture, stoves, etc., 87 E. Wash- 
ington, bds. 224 E. Market. 

Marrow John, r. 145 W. Washington. 

Marquis George, works Osgood, Smith 
& Co. 

Marquis Joseph 0., expressman, r. 528 S. 
Meridian. 

Marriuon John, bell boy Bates House. 

Marrs C. B. (wid,) r. 23 E. St. Joseph, 

Marrs William, mail agent, I. & V. R. R. 

Marsee Joseph W. Dr., r. cor. New Jersey 
and South. 

Marsee John L., (M. & Son) r. cor. South 
and New Jersey. 

Marsee J, & Son, (Joseph and John L, M.) 
saw mill. New Jersey bet. Washing- 
ton and Railroad, 

Marsh Alice Miss, teacher Fourth Ward 
School, bds. 185 W. Maryland, 

Marsh D., m.ail agent I. C, & L. R. K, 

Marsh David M., traveling agent, r, 370 
N, West. 

Marsh E. J„ printer 8 E. Pearl, bds. 

126 N. Pennsylvania. 
Marsh H. B, ('H. M, & Son) r. 515 N. 

Meridian. 
Marsh Harrison, (II, M. & Son) r. 519 N, 

I Meridian, 



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ARE AMONG THE I 

Attractions of Indianapolis. 



Call and See Tliern before leaving the City. 

Marsh H. &.Son, (Harrison Marsh and H. 

B. Marsh) occulists, room 2 Miller's 

blk„ Illinois nw. cor. Market. 
Marsh William J., saddle and harness 

manufacturer, 182 W. Washington, r. 

185 W. Maryland, 
Marshall BeDJamin, machinist, r. 150 N. 

Winston. 
Marshall Charles C. Uev., r. 104 E, St. 

Mary. 
Marshall Emly, (col'd, wid. Thomasj r. 

311 E. St. Clair. 
Marshall Frederick, lab,, bds. 618 E, 

Washington. 
Marshall 'Henry, (D. Sellers & Co.) r. [iQ 

N. East. 
Marshall Isaac A., r. 240 N. New Jer- 

Marshall .James, brakeman, C. C. & I. C. 

R. R., bds. 58 Benton. 
Marshall James, carpenter, r. 347 N. 

Noble. 
Marshall James EI. (Marshal & Sons) r. 

90 N. East. 
MarshallJames G. (Marshal & Sons) r. 

311 N. Alabama. 
Marshall James P., wagonmaker, r. 175 

W. Washington. 
Marshall James P., blacksmith, r. 72 X. 

California. 
Marshall John, lab., r. US E. New York. 
Marshall Joseph, student, bds. 33 S. Ten- 
nessee. 
Marshall J. N., elk. JIavtin & Hopkins, r. 

398 N. New Jersey. 
Marshall Levi S., carpenter, r. 344 N. 

Winston. 
Marshall Mary, (wid.) r. 243 N. New 

Jersey. 
Marshall N. F., paperhanger, r. 37 India- 
na av. 
Marshall William B., trimmer, bds. 144 

N. Tennessee. 
Marshall William W. (M. & Sons) r. 98 

Broadway. 
Marshall &Sons, (J. G., J. H. and W. W. 

Marshall) grocers, cor. Cherry and 

Broadway. 
Martin A. II., elk. Charles Mayer & Co., 

bds. Macy House. 
Martin Brother, teacher St. John School, 

bds. same. 
Martin Caroline Mrs., confectionery and 

restaurant, SO E. Washingtou, r. 



Martin D., with L. R. Martin, r. 192 W. 
Ohio. 

Martin Dennis, traveling agent, John 
Sweetzer, rooms over 30 S. Meridian. 

Martin Edward P., salesman, Carr & Al- 
vey, bds. Pyle House. 

MARTIN EMIL, druggist and 
apothecary, cor. Meridian and Mc- 
Carty, r. same. 

Martin Gilbert, blacksmith, cor. Tenth 
and Michigan rd., r. same. 

Martin Gottleib, drayman, r. 233 Union. 

Martin Gustave, elk, 27 Washington, 
bds. Emenegger's Hotel. 

Martin H,, upholsterer, Hume, Adams & 
Co, r. 113 Indiana av. 

MARTIN H. C, (M. & Hopkins), r. 
203 N. Illinois. 

Martin John, work Cabinet Maker's Un- 
ion, r. N. Tennessee near corpora- 
tion line. 

Martin John, contractor, r. 133 N. Penn- 
sylvania. 

Martin John, lab., r. 570 N. Mississippi. 

Martin John, works cotton factory, r. 
415 W. Washington. 

Martin John, carder, cotton mill, r. 32 
Blake. 

Martin Joseph T. (M. & Myers) r. 31 
Kentucky av. 

Martin Jesse, boarding house, 33 W. 
Maryland. 

MARTIN J. O., Secretary Masonic 
Mutual Benefit Society of Indiana, 
30 Kentucky av., bds. Palmer house. 

Martin J. 0., bookkeeper, Martin & Hop- 
kins, bds. 218 N. Alabama. 

Martin J. T., special agent for W. H. 
Hay, bds. Pyle House. 

Martin Louis, salesman, H. Reese, 113 
West Washington, bds. same. 

Martin Louisa, (wid. Enos) r. 27 Henry. 

MARTIN LUTHER R., (M. & 
Brown)real estate broker 10 E. Wash- 
ington, r. 97 E. Jlichigan. 

Martin Preston H., carpenter, r. 121 N. 
Tennessee. 

Martin Robert, moulder, r. 221 N. New 
Jersey. 

Martin R., gasfitter, J. G. Ilanning. 

Martin Wesley, (col'd) lab., r. 314 Indi- 
ana av. 

Martin William, oik., r sw. cor. South 
and Delaware. 

Martin William, r. 220 S. Noble. 

Martin William, general traveling agent, 
r. 49G N. Mississippi. 

Martin William H., teamster, r. 755 N. 
Mississippi. 

Martin William L., harnessmaker, r. 27 
W. Henrv. 

MARTIN & BROWN, (L. R. M. and 
I. B.) abstract of titles, 10 E. Wash- 
ington. 



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MARTIN & HOPKINS, (H. C. M. 

aoJ H. C. H ) general insurance 

ngcnts, fire and life, Journal bldg. 
Martin & Myers, (J. T. M. and J. A. M.) 

dealers in stoves and tinware, 107 

W. Washinglon. 
Mavtindale E. H. (M. & Tarkington) r. 

N. Meridian bet. FiCtli and Sixth. 
Martind;ile Julia A. (wid. Austin) dress 

maker, r. I'.iJ W. Georgia. 
Marlindiile Willium, bookkeeper, r. 83 

ISradsliaw. 
Marlindale Zue .Mis.*, dressmaker, bds. 

104 W. Georgia. 
Marlindale & Tarkington, (E. B. M. and 

J. S. T.l altornevs at law, Martiu- 

d.ale's blk. 
Marlins H., laK r. 113 Indiana av. • 
Martv Henry K., carpenter, 23 N. Noble, 

r. 180 N. Noble. 
Marlz C. Miss, dressmaier, r. 90 S. East. 
Marvin G. D., printer. Journal office, r. 

79 Massachusetts av. 
Masher Theodore, foreman, I. C. & L. Pl. 

■K., r. lUl Bates. 
Maskill Dennis, lab, r. N. Tennessee bet, 

Firpt and Second. 
Mason Benjamin, (M. & Son) Oriental 

House. 
Mason Chas. S., r. lUl N. Davidson. 
Mason Hamett, (wid. Stewart) r. 241 N. 

Tennessee. 
Mason Hampton, (col'd) barber, works 

M. Mason, r. 207 W. North. 
Mason James, r. IGl N. Davidson. 
Mason John, (col'd) barber, works M. 

Mason, bds. 207 W. North. 
Mason Johnson T., lab., r. 270 Patterson. 
Mason Louis.i .Mrs., boarding house, 23 

W. Georgia. 
Mason .Madisoo, (col'd) proprietor Pal- 
mer Huuse barber shop, r. 207 W. 

North. 
Mason Sieivart. elk. C. Friedgen, r. 241 

N. Tennessee. 
Mason Tyler, (M. & Son) r. Oriental 

House. 
MASON & SON, (B. M. & T. M.) 

proprietors Oriental House. 
.Mason Wm. C, stamp elk. Post Office, 

bds. 17J Virginia av 
Masonic Home Advocate, 44 N. Pennsyl- 
vania, iMarlin H. Rice, editor. 
Mnss Lovell, (cold) cook, r. 126 Benton. 
Masson James P., salesman, 123 S. .Me- 
ridian, r. 407 N. East. 
Masson William, boarding house, 302 S. 

West. 
Miist E, tinsmith, bds. 23 Kentucky av. 
MASTEKS JOHN H., dealer in 

furniture of all kinds, 141 W. Wash- 
ington, r. same. 
Masters John H., elk. Jones & Co., r. 3.59 

E. Market. 



BENHAIV3 BRO'S, 

3G R. ^VasUin^ton St , 

IMDIANAPOLiS MANUFAGTURIita GO.'S 



Masters Thomas E., 'salesman, bds. Court, 

bet. East and New Jersey. 
MatchetJohn, railroader, r. 128 W.Ohio. 
Matclan Thomas A., boilermaker, r. 100 

Davidson. 
Mather John, engineer I. C. & L. R. U., 

r. 189 Bates. 
Matlock J. M., salesman Murphy, John- 
ston & Co., r. 328 N. Alabam.a. 
Matlock William, giisfilter, 70 N. Hlinois, 

r. 210 W. Ohio. 
Matlock W. W., elk., r. 210 W. Ohio. 
.Matson Edwin S., moulder D. Root & Co., 

r. 534 E. Georgia. 
Mattern Jacob H,, works Commercial 

office, r. cor. Missouri and Walnut. 
Matz John, boot and shoe manufacturer, 

176 W. Washington, r. same. 
Matzke Julius, butcher, bds. 358 E. New 

York. 
MATTLER STEPHEN, saloon and 

boarding house, sw. cor. Illinois and 

South. 
Mattler Maria (wid ) r. 314 E. Ohio. 
Matthews A, pressfeeder, bds. 31 N. 

Douglass. 
Matthews Clem, lab., r. 246 Chestnut. 
Matthews David, lab. peg and last factory, 

bds. 272 Si. Jlissouri. 
Matthews Edward, candymaker, bds, 169 

N. Illinois. 
Matthews Elias E., carriage trimmer S. 

W. Drew's, bds. 31 Indiava av. 
Matthews Frederick, engineer I. C. & L. 

K. R., r. 178 E. New Jersey. 
Matthews George, pudler Rolling Mill, r. 

235 W. xMerrill. 
Matthews James, lab. American Saw 

Works, r. 20 Douglass. 
Matthews John, engineer I. C. & L. R. R. 

shops, bJs. Ray House. 
Matthews Joseph F., notary public, 62 E. 

Washington. 
Matthews Joseph K., carpenter and 

builder, r. 20 Harrison. 
Matthews J. C. (wid.) bds. 31 N. Doug- 

Matlhews ^Margaret, (wid.) r. 292 E. Mar- 
ket. 

Matthews Martha A. (wid. Granville M 1 
r. 237 N. Noble. 

Matthias Jacob, plasterer, r. 515 N. Mis- 
sissippi. 

Mauber John, tailor W. F. Rupp, bds. 23 
Kentucky av. 



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Makes a Specialty of 
OLD GOVEBNMENTjr;jAVA COFFEES. 



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Mauer Heory. elk. cor. Massachusetts av. 
and St. Clair, bds. same. 

Mauer John, raoulder, r. 48 Greer. 

Mauer John P., lab., r. 71 Elizabeth. 

Mauley Michael, machinist, works Green- 
leaf & Co., bds. 12B S. Tennessee. 

Maurice J. N. (M. & Spahr) r. 5 Dough- 
erty. 

Maurice & Spohr, (J. N. IM. and G. S.) 
boot and shoemakers, GUN. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Alaus Albert, brewer, works W. end New 
York, r. same. 

Maus Gasper, ale and beer brewer W. 
end New York, cor. Agne8,res. same. 

Maus Frank, law student, bds. cor. Agnes 
and East. 

Maus Joseph, brewer, works W. end New 
York, bds. same. 

Maus Louis.cigarHiaker, r. 278 E. Mich- 
igan. 

MAY A. D., notary public and mail- 
ing elk. Sentinel Office. 

MAY ANDREW, dealer in flour 
barrels and cooperage, 102 S. East, 
r. 125 S. East. 

May August, carpenter, Eiigle Machine 
Works, r. 2(34 Chestnut. 

May Charles, carpenter, Eagle Machine 
Works, r. Madison av. 

May Daniel B., elk. Hoosier Store, r. 373 
W. New Y'ork. 

May Edwin, architect, r. 173 N. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

May Henry, drayman, bds 365 S. Dela- 
ware. 

May Herman, soldier. United Stales Ar- 
senal. 

May John, (S & M.) r. 360 S. Ala- 
bama. 

May William W., foreman cooper shop, 
102 S. East, r. 125 S. East. 

Mayer Charles, saloonkeeper, 133 E. 
Washington, r. same. 

Mayer Charles, barkeeper, r. 198 E. 
Washington. 

Mayer Charles, ( C. M. & Co.) r. 285 N. 

MAYER CHARLES & CO., (Chas. 
M. and Wm. Haueison) importers and 
wholesale and retail dealers in toys, 
notions and fancy goods, 29 W. 
Washington. 

Mayer Christian, salesman, 29 W. Wash- 
ington, bds. 29 Coburn. 



Mayer Jacob, barber, 37 S. Illinois, r. 146 

E. Washington. 
Mayer John, butcher, works 220 S. Meri- 
dian, bds. Wisconsin, outside city 

limits. 
Mayer John, dealer in umbrellas and 

parasols, 69 E. Washington, r. 123 E 

St. Joseph. 
.Mayer Joseph, (M. & Bros.) v. 32 N. East. 
.Mayer Leopold, (M. & Bros.) bds. IS 

Circle. 
Mayer .\Jathiae, dealer in cigars and to- 
bacco. 96 S. Illinois, r. same. 
Mayer Melchoir, Elder Evangelical 

church, r. 180 N. Noble. 
Mayer Micheal, meat market, 220 S. 

Meridian, r. Wisconsin, outside city 
' limits. 
MAYER & BRO., (Joseph Mayer, 

and Leopold Mayer) dealers in cigars 

and tobacco, whol. and retail, 39 W. 

Washington. 
Mayers X., shoemaker, 322 S. Delaware. 
.May hew E. C. (M. & Branham) r. 199 N. 

Pennsylvania. 
Mayhew Frank H., sign painter, bds. 

113 W. Washington. 
Mayhew James Nelson, optican, r. 25 

Circle. 
MAYHEW O. r., solicitor of Ame- 

rican and foreign Patents, office 

State House. 
Mayhew P. L, (Mavhew, Warne & Co,) 

r. .59 W. Maryland. 
Mayhew R. H., entry elk., lOS S. Meri- 
dian, bds. 23 W. Georgia. 
MAYHEW, WARNE & CO., (P. 

L. Mayhew, J. B. Warne, and ) 

whol. dealers in boots and shoes, 8 

W. Louisiana. 
MAYHEW & BRANHAM, (E. 

C. .Mayhew and Edward Branham,) 

whol. dealers in boots and shoes 129 

S. Meridian. 
.Mays Alfred, (eol'd) barber, shop 160 

Indiana av., r. 245 Howard. 
Mays Philip, (cold) barber, bds. 245 

Howard. 
Maxwell, Fry & Thurston, whol. dealers 

In iron, nails &e., 34 S. Meridian. 
MAXWELL G. W., marble works 

66 Virginia av., bds. Stanridge 

House. 
Maxwell John, agent I. C. & L. R. R., r. 

31 W. First. 
Maxwell John JI., (M., Fry & Thurston) 

Maxwell T. H., shipping elk,. Wiles, Bro. 

& Co., bds. Spencer house. 
Mazeuer Samuel, lab., r. 108 Hosbrook. 
Mazzuchelli Archille, second hand aud 

notion store, 35 S. Illinois, r. same. 
Mead James, millwright, r. 50 Forest 

av. 



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iMead W. H., traveling salesman, Mayhew 

& Brauham. 
Mead William, lab., Ms., 131 S. Illinois. 
iMeads Peter, (ool'd) lab., r. 94 Elm, 
Meadowcroft John, carpenter, r. 749 N. 

Illinois. 
Meadowcroft J. E., tinsmith, r. 749 N. 

Illinois. 
Means John, r. 199 W. Ohio, 
Means Thomas A. (Wilcox & iM.) r. 88 

Michigan rd. 
Means William, r. 238 Madison av. 
Hears G. W. Dr., office U W. Vermont, 

r. 210 N. Meridian. 
Meai-s Henry B. (Mears & Lilly) r. 210 

N. Meridian. 
MEAES & LILLY, (H. B, M. and J. 

t). D. L.) Capital City Varnish Works, 

cor. Jlississippi and Kentucky av. 
Measel N. T., brewer, r. 72 S. West, 
iMedaris Amanda, (wid.) seamstress, r. 

251 E. Market. 
Medaris Amanda, (wid.) dressmaker, r. 

25i Massachusetts av. 
Medina' F. J., hair goods, 34 W. Wash- 
ington, r 165 N. Tennessee. 
Medsker W'. T., r. 162 N. New Jersey. 
Meehan Edward, lab., r. 2S0 Railroad. 
Meek Alonzo, engineer I. C. & L. R. R. 
Meek N. B., leder carrier, P. 0. 
Mefford William M., elk., 164 Indiana 

Megga John, grocer, sw. cor. Delaware 
and JlcCarty, r. 38 Wvoming. . 

Meigs C. D., bookkeeper, 5 E. Washing- 
ton, bds. Pyle House. 

Meikel J, M., r. 112 N. Mississippi. 

MEIKEL JOHN P.. proprietor 
Meikel's brewery, 297 W. Washing- 
ton, r. 213. W. Maryland. 

Meikel Philip, r. ne. cor. Mississippi and 
Ohio. 

Meikels Philip, machinist, r. 429 S Mis- 
souri. 

.Meikel Elizabeth, (wid. John) r. 246 
Chestnut. 

.Meiley James, lab., bds. 256 S. Tennes- 



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BENHAM BRO'S, 

3G Uast Wasliingfton St., 

AGENTS FOR THE 



Meiley Patrick, lab., bds 



56 S. Tennes- 
mcrchant, r. 



Meiners Cornelius, lumbei 

325 E, Ohio. 
Meiners John R., student North Western 
- Christian University, r. 325 E. Ohio. 
Meier Henry, lab., bds. 47 Oriental. 
Meier Henry, (Roeth & M.) r. 37 S. New 

Jersey. 
Meier Joseph, (V, M. & Bro.) r. 225 W. 

Meier Lewis^tL. M. & Co.) r.457 N. New 

Jersey. . 

Meier Lewis & Co. (L. M. and Will-am 

Buschmann) dry goods and notions, 

151 Ft. Wayne av. 



Meier V., (V. M. & Bro.) r. 225 W. 

Washington. 
Meier V. & Bro. (V. M. and Joseph M.) 

dealers in bottled ale and [porter, 

225 W. Washington. 
Melano Augustus, cook Louis Lang bds. 

Melchar Joseph, works rolling mill, bds, 
78 W. McCarty. 

Meldone Andrew, lab., r. 392 S. Missouri. 

MELSHEIMER A. W., proprietor 
Macy Hou^, r. same. 

Melville R. B, merchant taiIor,'_24 Ken- 
tucky av., r. 179 W. South. 

Melville Robert J., (Cornelius & .M.) bds. 
179 W. South. 

Melvin Edwin, elk. r. 37 Chatham. 

Melvin T. E., elk. 75 and 77 W. Wath- 
ington, bds. 168 N. Noble. 

Menaugh George, moulder, bds. 310 S. 
Illinois. 

Menaugh Silas, moulder, bds. 310 S. Illi- 
nois. 

Menangh William, moulder, bds. 310 S. 



M. E. 



Mendenhall M. H., pastor, Gr 

Church, r. 117 N. East. 
.Menger Christian, telegraph reporter, r. 

266 S. Delaware. 
Mengis Francis, cigars and tobacco,^lS2 

S. Delaware, r. same. 
Mercer William, cabinetmaker, bds. Ray 

House. 
Merchant .Alfred, agent, "^MoCormick's 

reaper, r. 691 N. Tennessee. 
Merchant Sylvina,(wid. William) r. 1C0.J 

MERCHANTS' NATIONAL 

BANK, 48 E. Washington, J. S. 

Newman, Prest. 
Meredith Edward, works American Saw 

Work,?,,r.'235 S. Mississippi. 
Merediih Frank, elk., lunch stand Union 

Depot. 
Meredith Richard 0., carpenter, r. 80 

Oak. 
Meredith S. C, mailing clerk, Journal 

office, r. 212 Blacklord. 
Meredith Wm. M., printer, Journal ofBce, 

r. 178 Blackford. 
MERIDIAN STREET BATH 

HOUSE, se. cor. Meridian and 

Circe, J. M. Tilford, proprietor. 
Jleridian Street Diuing-Uooms, 48 S. 

Meridian. 



MER 1 

THE CHINA TEA STORES 

Have Iho NAME of being Xho 

MOST ATTRACTIVE STORES IN THE WEST. 

No. 7 Odd Fellows Hall 
ACADEMV OF MUSIC COUNEK. 



Merk Martin, engineer, r. 32 X. Doug- 
lass. 

Merkle Jacob, tailor, r. 31 N. Douglass. 

Merks Martin, works Jackson, Rider & 
Co. 

Merl Nicholas, saloon, 2SG W. Washing- 
ton, r. same. 

Merritield C. E., bookkeeper, 75 W.Wash- 
ington, bds. CO California. 

-Uerrill Catherine Miss, teacher. Univer- 
sity, r. 83 Ash. 

Merrill Dennis II., broom manufacturer, 
299 N. East, r. same. 

Merrill Lucinda, (wid. John H.) r. 2-1-1 W. 
New York. 

Merrill Minerva Miss, r. 244 W. New 
York. 

Merrill Samuel, (M. & Field) r. cor. Mer- 
rill and Alabama. 

Merrill W. H. D., plumber, Conrad Neab, 
r. 214 W. New York. 

MERRILL & FIELD, (S. M. and 
E. S. F.) whol. and retail dealers in 
books and stationery, .5 E. Washing- 
ton. 

Merritt George, (M. & Coughlen) r. 175 
N. West. 

.Merritt William, hostler, bds. 169 S. 
Tennessee. 

Merritt & Coughlen, (Geo. M. and Wm, 
C.) proprietors Uhio Woolen mills, 
W. End Washington, 

Mert N. D., lab., rolling mill, r. 273 S. 
West. 

Jler?. Christian, butcher, 153 W. Wash- 
ington. 

Merz Fred, editor Daily Telegraph, r. 170 
E. Washington. 

Mertz Jacob, butcher, r. 139 S. Illinois. 

.Meskamp William, lab., r. 43 Ellen. 

Meskil .James, baker, 178 S. Illinois, 
bds; same. 

Meskil Lendry, baker 178 S. Illinois, bds. 
same. 

Meskill William D., bookbinder. Sen- 
tinel office, r. N. Tennessee near 

MESSICK THOMAS B., paper 
hanger, r. 194 W. Vermont. 

Messing M., minister Hebrew Congrega- 
tion, r. 229 E. Ohio. 

Messinger Lyman, carpenter, r. 9 Vine. 

.Metoalr George W.. traveler Fairbanks 
scales, bds. Palmer House. 

Metcalf J. S., bds. Macy House. 



G MEY 

METZGER ALEXANDER, gen- 
eral Insurance agent, room Odd 
Fellow's Hall, r. 385 N. Pennsyl- 
vania. 
Metzger Catherine, (wid. George) r. 382 

E. Michigan. 
Metzger Courad, shoemaker, r. 475 E. 

Market. 
Metzger Charles, tailor, r. 475 E. Mar- 
ket. 
Metzger David, lab., r. 501 N. East. 
Metzger Elizabeth, (wid) r. 475 E. Mar- 
ket. 
Metzger Engelbert J., printer, r. 79 N. 

East. 
Metzger Frank B., elk., and collector, 6 
Odd Fellows Hall, r. 335 N. Penn- 
sylvania. 
Metzger Henry, brewer Schmidt's brew- 
ery, r. Buchanan. 
Metzger Jacob, bookkeeper II. Leiber & 

Co., r. 404 N. Delaware. 
.Metzger W. F., attorney at law, bds. 162 

N. New Jersey. 
.Metzler John, brewer, r. 497 S. New 

Jersey. 
Melzler John, bartender, 33 N. Pennsyl- 
vania, r. 31 N. East. 
METZNER ADOLPH. Eagle Phar- 
macy, 127 E. Washington, r. same. 
Meurer F. M., shoemaker, r. 219 Vir- 
ginia av. 
Meyer Aug. B, elk., 35 W. Washington, 

bds. 180 N. Delaware. 
Meyer Charles, elk., 250 E. Washington, 

r. 93 N. Davidson. 
Meyer Charles F., elk., 11 N. Pennsyl- 
vania, r. 180 N.Delaware. 
MEYER CHARLES F., dealer in 
cigars and tobacco, .11 N. Pennsyl- 
vania, r. Cincinnati, 0. 
Meyer Christian L., carpenter, r. 275 E. 

Ohio. 
Meyer Cornelius, confectioner, 17 N. 

Pennsylvania, r. same. 
Meyer C. F., dealer in pictures and look- 
ing glasses, 7 Martindale's blk., r. 
227 N. Liberty. 
Meyer Frederick, carpenter, r. 236 E. 

Vermont. 
Meyer Geo. F. (G. F. M. & Co.) r. 180 N 

Delaware. 
MEYER GEO. P. & CO. (George 

F. .Meyer and ,) manufacturers 

and whol. and retail dealers in 
cigars, tobaccos, pipes, etc, 35 W. 
Washinglou, 
Meyer Henry, (Roeth & M.) r. 31 S. New 

Jersey. 
Meyer Henry, lab., 219 Union. 
Meyer Henr3^ elk. German dry goods 

store, r. 641 N*. Tennessee. 
Meyer Henry, painter, r. 55 Charles. 
Meyer L, drayman, r. 98 N. Davidson. 



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Meyer Martin, turner in bone, Ivory and 
horn, 19 S. Alabama, r. same. 

Meyer William, blacksmith C. C. & I. C. 
R. R., r. 420 E. Georgia. 

Meyer William, (H. Altman & Co.) r. 224 
Union, 

Meyer William, machinist, Eagle Ma- 
chine Works, r. 98 N. Davidson. 

Meyers Jacob, cigar dealer, cor. Mary- 
land and Illinois, bds. Neiman 
HoHse. 

Meyers Jacob C, carpenter, r. 321 N Li- 
berty. 

Meyers John, carpenter, r. 327 N. Wins- 
ton. 

Meyers John G., lawyer, r. 485 N. Ala- 
bama. 

Meyers J. W., school teacher, r. 803 N. 
Illinois. 

Meyers Louisa Mrs., seamstress, r. 873 E. 

New York. 
'Michael Gustav, lab, r. 121 Spring. 

Michales John G., carpenter, r. 650 N 
Tennessee. 

Michelfelder John, Cabinet Maker's Un- 
ion, r. 377 E. Michigan. 

Michelfelder John G., Cabinet Maker's. 
Union, r. 375 E. Michigan. 

MICK, GEYER & CO., (W. E. 
Mick, D. Geyer and D. H. Shoneber- 
ger) real estate agents and brokers, 
ItiJ E. Washington. 

iMick James F. (M. & Marshall) r. 170 
Jackson. 

Mick & Marshall, (J. F. M. and L. M.) 
proprietors Star Shoe Store, 13 W. 
Washington. 

Mick Wm. E. ( M., Geyer & Co.) r. 158 
Christian av. 

Middaugh Charles, painter, bds. 312 Vir- 
ginia av. 

Middaugh George, shoemaker, 148 Virgi- 
nia av., r. 312 Virginia av. 

Middaw James M., fireman, I. C. & L. R. 
K., r. 110 Bates. 

Middleton Eliza, (col'd) r. cor. Ash and 
Christian av. 

Miers Joseph T., works Rolling Mill, bds. 
63 W. Georgia. 

Miflin James 11. (col'd) barber, 10 S. Del- 
aware, bds. ti W. Alley. 

Milbourn Charles F., elk. N.& G.Ohmer, 
r. 244 S. Alabama. 

Miles John C, elk. T. H. & I. R. R., bds. 
152 N. Meridian. 

Millard E., checkmao, P. C. & St. L. freight 
depot, r. 9 Grant. 

iliUender Wm. B., painter, r. 132 N. Lib- 
erty. 

Miller Albert A., check clerk. Trade 
Palace, bds. 339 N. Pennylvania. 

Miller Adam, watchmaker, r. 208 E. Wash- 
ington. 

Miller Alfred, (col'd) porter, Bates House. 
15 



BENHAM BRO'S, 



36 East WasUington St., 

Pianos, Organs and Melodeons Tuned, 
Moved and Repaired. 

Miller Alfred E., elk., Browning & Sloan, 
bds. Pyle House. 

Miller Anna, (wid.) dealer in pictures, r. 
over 570 E. Washington. 

Miller Alfred J., lab., r. 397 N. West. 

Miller Anthony, r. 244 S. Tennessee. 

Miller Anthony F. W., carpenter, r. 237 
E. Vermont. 

Miller A. R., photographer, 45 E. Wash- 
ington, r. 143 N. Delaware. 

Miller B. W., bookkeeper, Strong, Smith 
& Co., bds. Lyttle Hotel. 

Miller Cam,, (col'd) lab., r. 350 W. North. 

Miller Cary W., messenger, First National 
Bank, r. 373 N. Delaware. 

Miller Charles, coppersmith, bds. 187 E. 
Washington. 

Miller Charles, lab., r. 47 Oriental. 

Miller Charles, conductor, C, C. & I. C. R. 
R., bds. 68 Benton. 

Miller Charles, conductor, C. C. & I. C. R- 
R., bds. 210 N. Noble. 

Miller Charles F., elk., Bryant, Corne- 
lius & Co., r. 27 N. California. 

Miller C. F., salesman, 108 S. Meridian, 
bds. 27 N. California. 

Miller Christian, lab., r. 219 Union. 

Miller Christ'n F., carpenter and builder, 
280 N. Davidson, r. same. 

Miller Corwin, engineer, C. C. & I. C. R. 
R., r. cor. Louisiana and New Jersey. 

Miller Dora Miss, teacher, r. 25 S. Dela- 
ware. 

Miller Edward, engineer T. H. & I. R. R., 
bds. Ill W. South. 

Miller Elizabeth, (wid.) r. 373 N. Dela- 
ware. 

Miller Elizabeth, (wid.) r. 12 Indiana av. 

Miller E. (wid. Aleck) r. 293 Indiana av. 

Wilier E. M., physician, r. 41 BradshaW. 

Miller E. T,, druggist, 49 S. Illinois, r. 
30 Indiana av. 

Miller Frank, barber, 37 S. Illinois, bds. 
23 Kentucky av. 

Miller Frank, cooper, r. Douglass, third 
house E. side. 

Miller Frederick, blacksmith, r. 172 S 
Noble. 

Miller Frederick, carpenter, r. 21 Biddle. 

MILLER GEORGE, carriage manu- 
facturer, cor. Kentucky av, and 
Georgia, r. Kentucky av. 

Miller Geo., blacksmith, r. 456 S. Meri 
dian. 

Miller George, lab., r, 124 Duncan. 



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Dealer 



Miller Milton R., foreman, C. C. & !• C. ^• 
R. .hops, r.21 Grant, nrM,ch.s«nrd. 

Miller Mollie E. (wid. Charles) r. 133 N. 

Teas,'Coffecs, Sugars & Spices, ^,.,^Missis^PPi. _ ^ ^_^^ ^^^^^_ 

No. 7 ODD FELLOWS HALL Miller^ K., ^JpWs.e.er ^Hun-e- Ada.s . 



maker,"r. 666 N. Missouri 
Miller George F., butcher, loO Virg 

av r 213 S. Alabama. 
Miller "g.' S , foreman, starch factory, r. 

290 N. Winston. „ t. t> 

Miller Gustin, fireman C.C.& I. C.R.R., 

" cor. Louisiana and New Jersey 
Miller Harrison S., gasfitter, r. 3i- £-. 

New York. 
Miller Henry, lab, r. 330 E. Michigan. 
M 1 er Henry lab r. 200 W. Vermont 
Miller Henr';, woks C. Edeos, bds. 154 

E. St. Clair. 
Miller Henry, currier Mooney & Co.^ bds 

410 S. Illinois. 
Miller Henry, lab, r. Coburn nr. Vir- 

Millfr"j!sVoemal.er, bds. Globe Honse^ 
Miller James, hraUeraan, J. M. &, 1, li. K., 

r. 409 S. Illinois. 
Miller James, conductor, t. U S i- ^- ^^• 

R., r. 210 N. Noble. 
Miller Jatnes Frank, elk, G. F. Meyers, 

bds Palmer House. 
Miller Jeremiah, lab, r 40 Elm. 
Miller Jeny, oik, U. Davis ii Co, r. 4b 

Miller Jesse, hackman, bds. 206 W. Ver- 

MilleT."ohn, Ub., r. 37G S. West 

Miller John A., butcher, r. 2o.j b. Ala 

MiUe^^win H, machinist r. ^0 Fay ell e 
Miller John «., lab r. 1 ,3 N. W - nn 
Miller Joseph F., elk, r. 293 li.di.in 



tucky av. , . . . u 1 017 s 

Miller Robert E, machinist, bds. 217 b. 

Ill'""''- ^nn I.'l™ 

Miller Lidney C, teamster, r. 102 Elm. 
MUier Stephe",^'b,r. 169 E Stevens. 
Miller S. S, plasterer r. 42 Rose. 
Miller Thomas, watchman, I. 1. & L,. tv. 

K r 23 Hnhn. ^. , 

Miller Thomas P,r. 372 E. New \ork. 

Miller William, lab, r.l 16 N^Nobl«. 

Miller Wm, sawraaker, r. 124 Duncan. 

^};n:r William, bds. 73 W.Maryland 

Miller William, engineer, C. C. O.ii i. £>•■ 

1 Milligan Frank, (coVd, R. & M.) r. 164 

Millman"F''red,"lab, r. 349 E. McCarty. 
Milluer Davis, mailing elk. Journal office, 

r. 173 Dougherty. 
Millner W. J. (.M. & Sherwood) bds. l-i 

MiUrer^rstiwood (W.J.M.aFj. 

S) whol. tea dealers, 27 McNabb, 

under National Hotel. 
Mills David, (M. & HoUingsworth) r. 24 

N. West. , „„, 

9 Julia A. Mrs., dressmaker, r. IJ6 

N. Teni 



i Mills Rrchaid a., shoemaker, bds. Globe 

Mills & HoUingsworth (David M. n>'d 
Zeph H.) livery and teed stables, -M 

Millspaugh Oscar, painter, bds. 301 N. 

JlilriTF™^^!'.''"'^'^^^^^ >■• ^'"^ ^- ^lTr\ mi 
Milroy Francis J, lab,, r. 2b0 S. lUi- 



M.lleVj., attorney, 94 E. Washington, bds 

Little Hous6. 
Miller J. A., bookkeeper, Vuiedge & 

Jones, bds. 10 E. Michig.an 
MILLER.J. F., Supenmendent Wes - 
em Division P. C. & SI. L. it. i^-, i- 
Richmond, Ind. 
Miller J. V, shoemaker, r. 03 Indiana av^ 
MUler Kat;, (wid. William 15.) r. 240 
Blake, , , ,-t. 

Miller Louis, wagon and plowmaker, 4,8 
V Wasl inclon, r. 136 Michigan rd. 
Milled-- Louisa, P)>-.1>0 N.Noble. 
\ 1 !i- M Mvi r 149 S. New Jersey. 
Mmt; we.; (wi^ ,,„,„,. 

Miller Mark D., railroader, r, o,2 N. ^''>' \^'^^Xe^ ,7,, W. Washington. 
York. 



Milton Hiram T., carpenter, r. 3oS Indi- 

Minahon Thomas, lab, r. 197 Meek. 
Miner Maggie, (wid. Milton) r. o- D. 

Mississippi. 
Miner Wilford H., carpenter, r. 2.j7 N. 

^est. ,,^, . ... 

Jliner Willis R, bookkeeper, 14J b. Jieii- 

diau, r. 431 N. Mississippi. 
Minev John, lab, r. 31 M^'le- 
Minick Hiram, proprietor Palmer House 

^.ilnnn r 256 S. Meridian. 
MiuickD b.-(M.&Co.)r.l7iW.Wash. 



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Minthoin John G., carpenter, bds. 2(38 E, 
St. Clair. 

Miscall John, tailor, r. 233 S. West. 

.Miscall Joseph, lab., r. 30 John. 

.Mitnell Barnard F., lab., r. 44 Oriental. 

Mitchell Catherine, (wiJ.) r. Wabash bet. 
East and Nev? Jersey. 

Mitchell James C, elk., 414 W. Washing- 
ton, bds. 152 N. Blake. 

Mitchell Jennie, sevanl, Palmer House. 

Mitchell Joseph, mail agent, I. C. & L. R. 
R. 

.Mitchell Joseph, servent. Palmer House. 

Mitchell J., prop. Oak Hall clothing store, 
2 Rales House blk., v. 174 E. Ohio. 

Mitchell J. L. (Newcomb, .M. & Ketcham) 
r. E. JIarket, t. city limits. 

Jlitchell J. M. D., barber, 24 N. Dela- 
ware, r. same. 

.Mitchell Louise, servant. Palmer House. 

Mitchell Mary, (col'd, wid.) r. 230 N. 
.Missouri. 

Mitchell Mary J. (wid. Henry C.) seams- 
tress, r. 152 Blake. 

Mitchell N. C, publisher Illustrated Bee 
Journal, r. Marion, Ohio. 

Mitchell R. S., helper, C. C. & I. C. R. R 
shops. 

Mitchell Robert G., brickmason, r. 114 
Michigan. 

.Mitchell Lawrel, engineer C. & I. J. R, R. 
bds. til S. Noble. 

Mitchell S. J., r, 67G N. Mississippi, 

Mitchell William, (M. & Rammclsberg) 
r. "25 Fort Wayne av. 

MITCHELL & BAMMELS- 
BERG, furniture company, manu- 
facturers and dealers in furniture, 
sales-room 33 E. Washington, Wra. 
Mitchell Superintendent, 

Jtittay H. A„ elk. 92 E. South, bds. same. 

Mittay John C, Sr., saddler, r. 335 E. 
New York. 

Mittny John G., Jr., shoemaker, r. 347 
E. New York. 

Mitty , lab., r. 233 Huron. 

Mix Lemuel W., Insurance agent, bds. 
218 E. Market. 

Mock .Martin, elk., J. Staub, r. 127 N. Da- 
vidson. 

Mooh William, r. 399 S. East. 

Mode Michael, with C. Karle, r. 229 N. 
Noble. 

Moffiit Charles A., cabinetmaker, r. 115 
N. Tennessee. 

Moffitt Emma G. Miss, elk. Josslyn Bros., 
r. 675 E. Washington. 

MotTit John, foreman Bradcn & Burford 
bds. 35 Virginia av. 

Moffitt John, physician, r. 250 Minerva. 

Moffiit Oliver I,, printer. Sentinel ofBce, 
r. 35 Virginia av. 

Moffitt William, elk.. Browning & Sloan, 
r. 675 E. Washington. 



BEMHAM BRO'S, 

30 East AVashisnton St., 

AGENTS FOR THE 

BURDETT ORGAN. 



Moghan Patrick, shoemaker, r, 353 E, 

McCarty. 
Mohare Mary, servant. Palmer House, 
Mohar John, machinist Eagle JIachine 

Works, r, 172 W. Washington. 
Mohr George, cabinetmaker, bds. 65 S. 

East. 
Mohr George, bottler, at Gresch's, r. 191 

N. Noble. 
Jlolitor William, baskelmaker, bds. 451 

S. Meridian. 
Monagham Timothy, salesman, 41 E. 

Washington, r. 474 E. Georgia. 
.Manahan Catherine, (wid. John) r. 368 

S. Tennessee. 
Monanhan John, wtirks rolling mill, r. 

300 S. Tennessee. 
Monahan Thomas, lab., 299 S. Missouri. 
.Monfort C. B., coachmaker, r. 39 W. St. 

Joseph. 
Monninger Conrad, saloon, 107 W.AVash- 

ington, r. 292 W. Maryland. 
MONNINGER DANIEL, saloon 

and wine house, 20 Kentucky av., r. 

386 N. Tennessee. 
Monroe Franz, cabinetmaker, r. 81 S. 

Liberty. 
Monroe F. T., printer. Commercial office, 

r. 32 S. Mississippi, 
Monroe Jacob, lab,, r. 4 Geisendorff. 
Monroe John, (Johnson & M.) r. 330 E. 

Vermont. 
Monroe John L., carpenter, r, 331 E. St. 

Clair. 
Monroe S. Mrs., (col'd) r. 10 Rhode Island. 
Monroe Samuel, lab., r. 307 E. McCarty. 
Monroe & Johnson, (J. M. and A. W. J.) 

carpenters and builders, 40 W. Mar- 
ket. 
.Montague Martha Mrs., r. 105 S. New 

Jersey. 
Montague Jlollie Miss, seamstress, bds. 

. 105 S. New Jersey. 
Monteith David, r. 333 N. Davidson. 
Monteith John, carpenter, r. 127 E. South. 
Monteith Taylor, carpenter, bds. 127 E. 

South. 
Montgomery Ezra, shoemaker, r. 505 N. 

Meridian. 
Montgomery Silas, (col'd) lab., r. 454 S, 

Tennessee. 
Moorbach Charles, bootmaker, 301 S. 

Delaware, r. same, 
Moorbach Peter, dealer in boots and 

shoes, 301 S. Delaware, r. same. 



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Jrl. H. LEE 

UAS BUT 

ONE PRICE, SELLS FOR CASH, 

And Guarantees all Goods 

Sold at the China Tea Stores, 

To be as Represented. 

MOODY BROTHERS, (E, M. and 

(]. \V. M.) props. Ciiiciunati Drug 
Store, junction of Tennessee, New 
York, and ludianf, av. 

Moody C. W. (M. & Bro.) bds. Pyle House. 

Moody Edward R. (M. & Bro.) r. 128 W. 
Vermont. 

MOODY JOHN B., pbysicUn, Moo- 
dys' drug store, r. cor. Indiana av. 
and Tennessee, 

Moodey L. D., agent, Home Insurance 
Co., r. Southport. 

Mooney J. E. (M. & Co.) bds. 152 N. Mis- 
sissippi. 

Mnnney Thomas, lab., r. 340 S. Alabama. 

MOONEY & CO. (J. E. M, and A. S. 
Mount) inanufaclurerB and dealers in 
shoe and saddlery leather, tanners' 
oil, etc., 147 S. Meridian. 

Moore Aaron, (cold) lab., r. 245 AV. 
Ohio. 

Moore Adam, (col'd) lab , r. 43 Charle?. 

Moore Charles, carpenter, r. 314 S. Illi- 
nois. 

Moore Charles P., carpenter, r. 231 N. 
Noble. 

Moore Chaunoy, capitalist, r. 242 N. 
Pennsylvania. 

Moore Clara, (wid, Thomas) notions and 
toys, 253 W. Washington, r. same. 

MOORE C. G., elk., Indianapolis 
National Bank, r. 242 N. I'cnnsylva- 

Moore C. W., elk., r. 296 Virginia av. 
Moore Edmond, (col'd) lab., r. cor. Oak 

and Vine. 
Moore Emma Miss, seamstress, T. 47 N. 

Noble. 
Moofe Frank D., printer, bds. SO^i N. 

Pennsylvania. 
Moore Frank M., tinner, r. 394 Virginia 

av. 
Moore G. T., sec'y and treas'r, Indiana- 
polis Wagon and Agricultural Works, 

r. 377 N. Illinois. 
Moore Henry H., physician and surgeon, 

r. 298 E. Ohio. 
Moore H. A., sec'y Union Novelty Works, 

r. 476 N. Illinois. 
Moore H. Clay, elk., Browning & Sloan, 

r. 298 E. Ohio. 
Moore James, engineer, C, C. & I. C. R. 

R, bds. 61 S.\\oble. 
Moore Jamas L., plasterer, bds. 314 E. 

Louisiana. 



Moore James, lab., r. cor. Grant and 

Eckert. 
Moore James, teamster, bds. 435 N. Enst. 
Moore John, salesman. New York store, 

bds. Palmer House. 
Moore John, elk., Kingan & Co., bds. 180 

N. Tennessee. 
Moore John , notary public, 6 Talbott 
& New's bik., r. ouehalf mile E. 
city. 
Moore J no. H., r. 231 N. Noble. 
Moore Joseph, huckster, r. 319 E. North. 
Moore Joseph A. (Alfred, Talbott & Co.) 

r. 433 N. Pennsylvania. 
Moore Joshua, broom peddler, r. 246 S. 

Missouri. 
Moore Julia Mrs., r. 145 E. Merrill. 
Moore J., elk., bds. 66 W. New York. 
Moore J. L., bookkeeper, Kingan & Co., 

bds. 80 W. Washington. 
Moore J. P., railroader, bds, Bates House. 
Moore J. R., expressman, Union Depot, 

bds. Bates House. 
Moore Michael, lab., r. 394 S. West, 
Moore Michael H., carriage trimmer, r. 

211 N. Davidson. 
Moore Monlie Miss, teacher, Ninth Ward 

School, r. 298 E. Ohio. 
Moore M. H., carriage trimmer, r, 211 N. 

Davidson, 
Moore Nich, Lib., r, 9 Dougherty. 
Moore Philip H., pianomaker, bds. 121 N. 

West. 
Moore Richard, tailor, r. 67 S. West. 
Moore Samuel II., physician, 72 E. Mar- 
ket. 
Moore Spencer, student, bds. 20G E. Ohio. 
Moore Squire, (cold) lab., r. 270 N. 

Noble. 
Moore Thomas, blacksmith, r. 553 Vir- 
ginia av. 
Moore Thomas, cooper, r, 57 Hellen. 
Moore Thomas C, bookkeeper Murphy, 

Johnston & Co,, r. 23 E. Michigan. 
Moorhead T. W., elk. New York Store, r. 

350 N. Meridian. 
Moore Wm., cooper, r. 101 S, New Jersey. 
.Moore William, plasterer, r. 387 Massa- 
chusetts av. 
Moore William, horse trader, r. .185 N. 

Noble. 
Moore William, elk. C. Pottage, r, 25 Els- 
worth. 
Moore William, cooper, r, 103 S. New 

Jersey. 
Moore William G., physician, 262 Massa- 
chusetts av., r. same. 
Moore W. A„ elk., r. 25 Ellsworth. 
Moran Ellen, (wid, Thomas) boarding 

house, 38 S. Tnnessee. 
Moran Ellen J. Miss, elk. Trade Palace, 

bds. 38 S. Tennessee. 
Moran John, engineer, C. & I, J, R. R. 
Moran John, lab., r. 31 Hahn. 



MOR 

Moran Mary Miss, cook City Hospital. 

Moran Mary T. Miss, bds. 38 S. Tennes- 
see. 

Moran Michael, lab., r. 24 Hiihn. 

Moran Nelly Miss, elk., Trade Palace, 
bds. 38 S. Tennessee. 

Moran Patrick, lab., r. 294 S. East. 

Moran Simuel, signpainter, r. 140 W. 
Vermont. 

.\Iorean Jcremi:il), works B. F. Ilaugh & 
Co., r. 1.5(3 N. Davidson. 

Morgan Beiij. F., pastor tirst United 
lii-ethren Church, r. 105 N, Noble. 

Morgan Daviil E,, heater rolling mill, r. 
248 S. Missouri. 

.Morgan Daniel 11,, switchman, r. 131 E, 



141 .MOR 



BENHAM BRO'S. 

3G Kast Washinjftoii St., 

KEEP 
THE VEriY BEST 

VIOLIN AND GUITAR STRINGS. 



Mo 



in Elizabeth, (wid) r. 351 E. Mar- 



Morgan GrifBth, clergyman, r. 18G W. 

Vermont, 
Morgan John, wovks rolling mill, bds. 

33 E. McCarty. 
Morgan Laurence, cooper, r. 2fll E. Geor- 
gia. 
.Morgan Margaret, (wid) r, 140 Steven- 
Morgan' Maria Mrs., (wid) bds. 73 W, 

Maryland. 
Morgan Mary Jane Miss, dressmaker, r. 

351 E. Market. 
Morgan Pauline Mrs,, (wid. John) r. 33 

E. McCarty. 
Morgan Samuel, traveling agent Grover 

& Baker sewing machines, r, 322 N. 

Alabama. 
Morgan Sarah A. (wid. George) r. 107 

W. Washington. 
Morgan S. W„ (Stewart & Morgan,) r. 502 

N, Illinois. 
.Morgan William, fireman, C. C. C, & I. 

li, R. 
Mor-ran William, painter, bds. 33 E. Mc- 
Carty. 
Morgan William H., works rolling mill, 

bds. 310 S. Illinois. 
Morgenveck Valentine, groceries and 

saloon, 21 Chatham, r. same. 
Moriarty Daniel, lab., r. 32 Bates. 
Moriarty Daniel, lab,, Union Depot, r, 

248 S. Delaware, 
Moriarty James B., brickmason, r, 493 

S. East. 
Moriarty John, lab., 49 Benton, 
Moriarty ijichael, plasterer, r. 11 Co- 
burn. 
Moriarty Morris, lab., T. H. & I. R. R, 
Moriarty Pat., lab., r, 23 Bales, 
.Moriarty Thos., moulder Eagle Machine 

Works, r. 348 S. Delaware. 
.Mori:irty William, tiagman, r. 53 Maple. 
MORIARTY WM. C, bookkeeper, 

Sentinel Office, r. 255 N. iMissis- 

sippi. 



MORITZ BROTHERS, (Myer and 

Sol. Moritz) clothiers and merchant 

tailors, also, dealers in cloths, cassi- 

■ meres and vestings, 19 W. Washing- 

Moritz Myer, (M. Bros) r. New York City 
Moritz Sol. (M. Bros.) r, 225 E. New 

York, 
Marley Thomas, lab., r. 220 S.Missouri. 
Morning Watch, monthly paper, W. W. 

Dowling, publisher 
Morrell William, elk. New York Store, r. 

130 W. New York. 
Morrell W. B., elk. Bee Hive Store, r. 130 

W. New York. 
Morris Alfred W., painter, works 31 Ken- 
tucky av. 
Morris Charles G. (Haski.t, M. & G.) r. 

112 Jackson, 
Morris Emeline, (ool'd, wid. John M.) r. 

149 Bright, 
Morris Grigshy, cook Spencer House. 
Morris Harmony, clothes cleaner and re- 
pairer, r. 330 Indiana av. 
Morris Jacob, boarding house, 18 Circle. 
Morris James, elk., r. 112 Jackson. 
Morris John, shoemaker, r. 5 Dougherty, 
Morris John J, (West, M, & Gorrell) V. 

outside city limits. 
Morris J. D., freight agent I. C. & L. R. 

R., r, 112 Jackson. 
Morris J, W,, oik. I, & V, R, R , bds, 112 

J.ackson. 
Morris L. C, (col'd) barbar, bds. cor. 

Bright and North, 
Morris .Mary C. (wid. Francis A.) r. 300 

E. St. Clair. 
Morris Samuel B., r. 79 Norwood, 
Morris Sanford, elk. Trade Palace, r, 275 

W, Vermont, 
Morris William, painter, bds, 74 State, 
Morris William J., plasterer, r, 290 

Chestnut, 
Morris W, B,, carpenter, r. 210 Huron. 
Morrison Charles, elk. C. C. C. & I. R. R., 

r. cor. St, .Mary and Ft, Wayne av, 
Morrison Hetty A, Mrs,, oik, P, 0,, r, 344 

N. .\labaraa. 
Morrison Jacob, agent fruit drier, r. 85 

E. Pratt, 
Morrison James, r, 108 Plum. 
Morrison James A., carpenter, r. 137 N. 

Noble, 
Jlorrison John I, (Wiles, Bro. & Co.) r. 

298 N, Tennessee, 



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Morrison Michael, r. 135 Union. 
Morrison Koberl J., Deputy Treasurer of 

Stale, r. 298 N. Tennessee. 
Morrison Sarah Miss, r. 361 N. East. 
.Morrisou Squire, lab., r. 449 S. Missouri. 
Morrison S. L., bill elk. 123 S. Meridian, 

r. Si. Mary, cor. Ft. Wayne av. 
Morrison Tliomos, Osgood & Smith, bds. 

13B W. Vermont. 
Morris Thomas A., r. Fall Creek rd. N. 

city limits. ■ 
Morrison William, teamster, r. 270 Rail- 
road. 
Morris. n Willouhy L., elk., Stewart & 

Morgan, r. cor. Ft. Wayne av. and 

St. Mary. 
Morrison W. H., Prest. Indiana Banking 

Co. 
Morrison W.' H. (Alford, Talboll Co.) r. 

63 Circle. 
Morrison W. H., bookbinder. Journal 

office, r. 144 N. Tennesse. 
Morrison W. Henry, civil engineer, r. 5(5 J 

N. Illinois. 
Morrow George, cartman, bds. 164 W. 

Washington. 
Morrow Kobi., engineer, r. 1(54 W. Wash- 
ington. 
Morrow Thomas, lab., P. C. & St. L. freight 

depot, r. 327 W. Market. 
Morrow Wilson, (M. & Trussler) r. 282 

N. Pennsylvania. 
MORROW & TRUSLER, (Wilson 

M. and Nelson T.) attorneys at law, 

6 Vinton's blk, 
Morse A C, roadmasler, I. C, & L. R. R,, 

bds, 58 Centon, 
Morse Charles A., machinist, r. 204 N, 

Winston. 
Morse J. W., woodworker, Shaw, Lippen- 

cott fi Conner, bds 26 W. Georgia. 
Mortea William, filler, r. 32 Bicking. 
Morlland A. M., r. 227 N, Illinois. 
Morton E. B. carpenter, r. 325 N. David- 
son. 
Morton George T., attorney, Talbolt & 

New's blk., N. Pennsylvania, bds. 

Pyle House. 
Morion Isaac D., carpenter, bds. 195 N. 

Davidson. 
Morton John, bricklayer, r. 67 Norwood. 
Morton John R. (M. ii Ricker) bds. Bates 

House. 
MORTON O. P , U. S, Senator, r. 

194 N. Pennsylvania. 



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MUC 

. Thomas K., bookkeeper, r. 215 W. 



MORTON & RICKER, (J. R. M. 

and F. R ) props. Journal of Com- 
merce, office, old Journal hldg. 

Moshy Elizabeth, (wid. Dart) bds. 157 
Indiana av. 

.Moser George, meat market, 295 S. Mis- 
souri, r. same. 

Moses L. W., optician. 59 E. Washing- 
ton, r. 87 E. .Michigan. 

Mosher Theodore, foreman I. C. &. L. R. 
K. shop, r. 101 bates. 

.Moss Alexander, (cold) r. 1 Elizabeth. 

.Moss Jerry, works rolling mill, bds, 256 
S. Tennessee. 

Mossier A. I., hoopskirt manufacturer, 
69 S. Illinois, bds. N. 35 East. 

Mossier L. I. (L. I. M. & Bros.) r. 250 E. 
Vermont. 

Mossier .M. L., bookkeeper, 37 E. Wash- 
. ington, bds. 35 N. East. 

.Mossier S. (L, I. M. & Crq's) r 35 N. East. 

MOSSLER L. I. & BRO'S, mer- 
cliaut tailors and dealers in ready 
made clothing, 37 E Washington. 



Mosser Willian 



printer, r. 43 Dough- 
Co., 



.Mothershead John L., Greenleaf 
bds. depot Dining Hall. 

Motterg Ferdinand, proprietor Concordia 
House cor. South and Meridian, r. 
same. 

.Moullon D. S., bookkeeper, Olin & Foltz, 
21 N. Pennsylvania, r. 219 E. South. 

Moulton Levi H., lab., r. Michigan road 
bet. Eighth and Ninth. 

Moulton Robert, lab., r. 32 Bicking. 

Mount A. S., Mooney & Co., r. 455 N. 
Tennessee. 

Mount G. A., boarding house, 148 Indi- 
ana av. 

Mount John, r. 197 N. Illinois. 

.Mount William P., currier, Mooney & 
Co., r. 197 N. Illinois. 

Mountain Michael, lab, r. 17 WiUard. 

Mowe Frank, cabinetmaker, r. 81 S. 
Liberty. 

•Mowe Henry, jr., machinist, r. 120 N. 
Noble. 

Mowe Henry, machinist, r. 120 N. Noble. 

.\lowrer Joseph, lab., r. W. Washington. 

.Moyer E. R., with Wm. Sumner & Co., 
bds. 33 W. Maryland, 

Moyer Joseph, carpenter, r. nw. cor. Col- 
lege and Home av. 

Mozart Hall, John Grosh, proprietor, 37 
and 39 S. Delaware. 

Muchett Charles, carpenter, r. 116 Fort 
Wayne av. 

Mucho William, cigarmaker, r. 41 Rus- 
sell. 

Muckenberger John, cigar box, manufac- 
turer, r. 868 S. East. 



MUE 1 

Muecke Wm. (Egger & Co.) r. 235 E. 

Wftshington. 
Mueller August, school teacher, r. 212 

E. Ohio. 
Mueller Carl, coppersmith, r. 150 E- 

Washington, up stairs. 
Mueller Catharine, wid., r. 573 E. St. 

Clair. 
Mueller Charles G., carpenter, r. 47 Ori- 
ental. 
MUELLER CHARLES G., Sing- 
er's Hiill, 2-5 S. Delaware, r. same. 
Mueller Charles L., custom tailor, 53 S. 

Illinois, r. 412 S. Illinois. 
Mueller Christian, lair, C. C. & I. C. R. R. 
MUELLER EDWARD, groceries 

anil produce, 141 E. Washington, r, 

305 E, Market, 
Mueller Ernst, cabinetmaker, bds. 65 S. 

East. 
Mueller R , drayman, r. 170 Madison av. 
Mueller Frederick, cabinetmaker, bds. Uo 

S. East. 
MUELLER JOHN, weolesale liquor 

dealer, 30t) E. Washington, r, Madi- 
son rd. 
Mueller John A., stairbuilder, r. 480 N. 

East. 
Mueller S. II., druggist, 187 E. Washing- 
ton, r. same. 
Mueller .Mailha, (wid ) r. 304 E. Ohio. 
Mueller Peter, Cabinetmakers' Union, r. 

1.35 North Noble. 
Mueller Valentine, letter carrier, r. 142 

N. Davidson. 
Mueller Victoria, (wid.) r. over 5G8 E. 

Washington. 
Muhlemann Charles, cabinetmaker, bds. 

488 S. New Jersey. ' 
Muhlemann Christian, cabinetmaker, r. 

488 S. New Jersey. 
Muier C, saw mill, cor. Alabama and 

Louisiana, r. 325 E, Ohio 
Jliiir James, r. 121 N. Mississippi. 
Muir J. W.(M.& Foley) bds. Pyle House. 
Muir Thomas, engraver, H. C. Chandler 

& Co., bds. 55 Uales. 
Muir & Foley, (J. W. Muir and J. W. 

Foley) notions, fancy goods and hu- 

man"hair, CO N. Illinois. 
Mulbarger William, carriage'maker, r. 

675 Maple. 
Mulohy Michael, lab., r. 87 S. Noble. 
Mulky Jane C, bds. Bates House. 
Mull J. H., works S. W. Drew, r. 273 N. 

Tennessee. 
MiiUalv Edward, drnyman, r. 52 Huron. 
.Mullan'ey D. J , with T. F. Ryan, r. 355 

N. Illinois. 
Mullaney i'. J., with T. F. Ryen, r. 3.J5 

N. Illinois. 
Mullen Anna Mrs, r. 20 Dougherty. 
.Mullen Daniel, brakeman, C. C. & I. C. 

R. R., bds. 58 Benton. 



3 MUR 

BENHAM BRO'S, 

36 East Washington St., 

AGENTS FOlt THE 

BURDETT ORGAN. 



Mullen William, elk. 77 S. Meridian, r. 

521 N. Tennessee. 
MuUer Christian, Carpenter, r. 489 S. 

• East. 
MuUer Eearnest, cabinetmaker, r. 255 

E. Washington. 
Muller Georgo F., butcher, r. 213 S. Ala- 
bama. 
.Mulligan T. D., stereoty per. Journal office, 

bds. Pyle House. 
-Mulliken John, agent, J, S. Cary & Co., 

r. 71 Davidson. 
-Mulliken Mary Mrs., dressmaker, r. 71 

Davidson. 
Mullin Bernard, lab., r. 73 W. Mc- 

Carly. 
Mullivan Patrick, brakeman, T. H. & I. 

R. R„ bds, 228 W, Georgia. 
Mundan Benjamin, teamster, r. 300 S. 

Illinois. 
Mundan Jessie, elk., r. 379 N, West. 
Munday Madison, (M. & Snyder) r, Day- 
Ion, Ohio. 
Munday & Snyner, (M M. and A. S) 

manufacturers of malt, etc, 214 and 

216 S, Delaware, 
Munhall C. A., elk, Macy House, bds, 

s ime. 
Munhall L, W., dentist, 35J E, Market, 

bds. Macy House. 
.Munro Alex., salesman. New York store, 

bds. 158 N. New Jersey. 
Munro C. H,, salesman, New York store, 

bds. Avenue House, 
Munsell Ezra, wagoumaker, r. 63 Charles. 
Munsell F., fireman, C. C. C. & I, R. R. 
MuDsel H., carriagemaker, r. 71 Charles. 
Munson Chanles, (M. & Johnston) r. 286 

N. Alabama. 
Munson David, lightning rod office, 62 E. 

Washington, r. 228 E. Maiket. 
Munson Wm._G., salesman, bds. 228 E. 

Market. 
Munson Wm. L., grocer, 51 N. Alabama, 

r, 286 N. Alabama. 
MUNSON & JOHNSTON, (C. H. 

M. and W, J. J.) dealers in stoves and 

hollow ware. 62 E. Wasliington. 
.Muniz James, plasterer, r. 404 Virginia 

Muniz Thomas, plasterer, r. Ill Elm. 

Muntz William, plasterer, r. rear of 442 
Virginia av. 

Murdock Joseph, moulde-, r. 385 S. Illi- 
nois. 



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MAKES A SPECIALTY OF 

Choice Green, Black &. Japan Teas . 

Murison J. B., Seventli Ward grocery, se. 

cor, New Jersey and Virginia av., 

r. 149 S. East. 

Murpliy Carrie Mrs., (wid) r. 70 E. Ohio. 

Murpliy Chloe A. Miss, teacher, bds, 244 

S. New Jersey. 
Murphy Daniel E., r. 396 W. North. 
Marphy Dennis, hostler, bds. 18 S. Penn- 
sylvania. 
Murphy George W., salesman Murphy, 
Johnston & Co., bds. 54 S. Penn- 
sylvania. 
Murphy James, soldier U. S. Arsenal. 
Murphy James, lab., r. 278 E. Lousiana. 
JIurphy James, conductor C. C. C. & I. R, 

R., r. 177 Meek. 
Murphy Jesse T., day policeman, r. 301 E. 

Vermont. 
Murphy John, expressman, r. 2G N. Cali- 
fornia. 
Murphy John, lab., r. S. Maple outside 

city limits. 
Murphy John, lab., r. Michigan road 

near Washington. 
Murphy John, elk., 39tj W. North, r. same. 
Murphy Joha W., {.M., J. & Co.) r. IGO 

N. Meridian. 
MURPHY, JOHNSTON & CO., 
{Jiio. W. M., W. W. J. and W. J. 
ilolliday) whol. dealers in dry goods 
and notions, se cor. Meridian and 
ilaryland. 
Murphy Lenox, breaksman C. C. & I. C. 

R. R., bds. 177 Meek. 
Murphy Lizzie, servant Palmer House. 
Murphy Michael, r. 39U W. North. 
Murphy Michael, lab., r. 244 S. Missouri. 
Murphy Milton, machinist I. C. & L. R. 

R. shops, r. 24 Lord. 
Murphy Morris, tarrooter, r. 14C Meek. 
Murp.'iy Patrick, railroader, r. 501 E 

Georgia. 
Murphy Patrick, lab., works T. H. & I 

Depot. 
Murphy P. H., elk. American M. U. Ex- 
press Co. 
Murphy Timothy, shoemaker, shop 1-J 

Massachusetts av., r. same. 
Murphy Timothy, grocery and saloon, 396 

W. North, r. same. 
Murphy Tobias M., agent Home LiCe In- 
surance Co , of New York, room 9 
JIartindale's blk., r. 321 E Georgia. 
Muvpliy W. ])., painter, bds. lUinios 
House. 



Murray James A., agent, Empire Fast 
Line, 96 Virginia av., bds. Bates 
House. 
Murray Charles W., lumber dealer, r. 440 

N. East. 
Musgrave J. L., works Merrit & Coughhn, 

r. 725 N. Tennessee. 
Musgrave Moses, works GeisendorfF's 

factory, r. 65 California. 
Musgrave 'Philip D., physician, r. 725 N. 

Tennessee. 
Mussmann Diedrich, lab. r. 544 S. Mer- 
idian. 
Mussmann Diedrich, jr. (W & D. JI.) r. 

544 S. Meridian. 
Mussmann Frederick, teamster, bds. 544 

S. Meridian. 
Mussmann William, (W. & D.) r. 544 S. 

Meridian. 
MUSSMANN "W. & D., groceries 

and provisions, 544 S. Meridian. 
Muth Peter, saloon, 8 S. Delaware, r. E. 

Cumberland. 
Mutual Life Insurance Co., of N. Y., A. 
Anker, general agent, 182 E. Wash- 
intOD. 
Mutz Anthony, barber. Union Depot, r. 

315 S. Delaware. __ 

Muzey Benjamin, machinist, r. lO N. 

Delaware. 
Myer Fred, Indiana Transfer Co., 42 E. 

Maryland, r. 141 Union. 
.Myer Frederick, lab., r. 21'J Union. 
Myer Henry, lab., r. 219 Union. 
Myers Catherine, (wid. ) r. 244 S. Del i- 

ware. 
Myers Charles S., printer, works Sentinel 

news room r. 138 Blackford. 
Myers Christian, brassmoulder, r. 76 S. 

Liberty. 
Myers Daniel M., pumpmake 



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Myers Irvin M., elk. H. W. Caldwell, r. 

168 W. Michigan. 
Myers George, (col'd) barber, works 128 

S. Illinois. 
Myers James, machinist, r. 31 Douglass. 
Myers James M., patent agent, r. 228 N. 

Tennessee. 
Myers John, works. Novelty Works. 
Myers John, carpenter, r. 327 N. Wins- 
ton. 
Myers John A. (.Martin & M.) r. 119 W. 

\Vashington. 
Myers John G., real estate agent. 14 S. 

Pennsylvania, r. 4S:) N. Alabama. 
Myers J. M., elk, H. W. Caldwell, r. 168 

\V. Jlichigan. 
Myers Louis, machinist. Eagle Machine 

Works, r, 98 N. Davidson. 
Myers Robert, student, bds. 70 Plum, 
Myers S. H., elk., 3 W.Washington, r. 

422 N. Illinois. 
Myer Wm., blacksmith, r.426 E. Georgia. 



MYE 



Myhan Jnmes H.," works Vater & Kin», 
r, 4 Douglass. 



. 2H S. We»t. 

Nngel August, r. iVi W. Maryland. 

Nagle Fieil, lab., bds. 30J \V. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Kagte George, (col'd) lab., r. 177 Indi- 
ana av. 

Nahn William, shoemaker, r. 266 N. No- 
ble. 

Xallner ^., (Seidenslicker & N.) r. 186 
E. McCarty. 

NaKner Frederick, cooper, r. 263 S. 
West. 

NALTNER JOSEPH, saloon, 134 
S. Meridian, r. same. 

NALTNER MARTIN, saloon keep- 
er, 207 Virginia av., r. same. 

Nale .Mary Mrs., (wid. Isaac) r. 52'Maple. 

Nan Valenline, packer, r. 472 S. East. 

Nardin Ethan i., piano maker, r. 407 S. 

E>.8t. 

Nash Martha Mrs. (wid.) bds. 186 N. New 
.Jersey. 

Nathan Joseph, (col'd) porier, Macy 
House, bils. same. 

NATIONAL HOTEL BILL- 
IARD ROOMS. John Bussey 
proprietor, 29 and 31 .McNabb. 

Naughion Jerry, works Street R. R. Co., 
bds. 72 Louis:!na. 

Naughion Patrick, grocer, 201 E. Wash- 
ington, r. 190 Virginia av. 

Navin John N., velenary surgeon, r. 208 
W. Washington. 

Naylor David, bo.xmaker, works Pfaeud- 
ler, & Zogg, bds 181 S. Meridian. 

Naylor William C, bookkeeper, Hay 
Hduse. r. snme. 

NEAB CONRAD, plumber, steam 
and gas filler, dealer in all kinds of 
gas fixtures, 70 N. Illinois, Miller's 
blk. bds. Palmer House 

Neal A. C, printer Sentinel office, r. 286 
Virginia av. 

Neal Joiihnathan R., dealer in produce, 
r. 2I8E. Market. 

Neal William, (cold) expressman, r. 165 
Eliiubeth. 

Neeb Charles, saloonkeeper, 20 N Dela- 
ware, r. same. 

Needding Louis, stove mounter, r. 322 
S. Noble. 

Ncedham N. W., eggpacker, G. G. Hol- 
man, bds. Little's Hotel. 

Neeld N. M. (J. C. F. i Co.) r. 14-5 N. 
Meridian. 

Necnan Annie Miss, chambermaid, Sher- 
man House. 

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BENHAM BRO'S, 

3G East Wasliin^ton St., 

STATK AGENTS 

INDIANAPOLIS MANUFACTURING CO.'S 
PIANOS. 



Neenan Bridget, chambermaid, Sherman 
House. 

Neermann Christ, boot and shoemaker, 
271 Massachusetts av, r. same. 

Neermann Christ, shoemaker, r. 70 Lock- 
erbie. 

Neff Albert H., photograph gallery, 121 
W. Washington, bds. 35 W. Georgia. 

Neif Charles, cooper, r. 470 E. Georgia. 

Neffler Fred, butcher, bds. 23.5 S. -Ala- 
bama. 

Neffler Frederick, lab. Union Depot, r. 
27.5 S. West. 

Negley P. L., lawyer, 24i E. Washington. 

Neibergall John, carpenter, r. 2l)6 .\. 
Winston. 

Neidigh Catharine Mrs., boarding house, 
416 W. Washington. 

Neidling Louis, finisher, Root's Foundry, 
r. 352 Virginia av. 

Neiger Jacob, driver, A. Reed & Co., r. 
Court, bet. .\labama and New Jersey. 

Neighbors Charles, expressman, r. 241 S. 
Mississippi. 

Neighbors Robert, drayman, r. 151 Union. 

Neihnus Joseph L. (Zimmer & N.) r. 34'.1 
S. Delaware. 

Neimiin Daniel, bds. Neiman House. 

Neiman House, 130 S. Illinois, Mrs. Lahae 
Neiman, proprietress. 

Neiman Jacob S., miller, r. 260 N. Noble. 

Neiman John S, delivery elk. Trade 
Palace, bds. 130 H. Illinois. 

Neiraan Ji^eph, lab., r. 42 Douglass." 

Neiman Lahae Mrs., proprietor Neiman 
House, 130 S. Illinois. 

Neiman .Martin, night watchman Trade 
Palace, bds. 130 S. Illinois. 

Neiman T. J., trunkmaker, r. 42 N. 
Douglass. 

Neimeister A., shoemaker, r. 420 Vir- 
ginia av. 

Neimeyer Fred, bootmaker, bds. 396 N. 
Alabama. 

Neimeyer Henry, boot and shoemaker, 
126 Fort W.ayne av. 

Neison Rudolph, cigarmaker, bds. 23 
Kentucky av. 

Nell Emilie Mrs., 197 E, Washinglan. 

Nelson Edwin, engineer, r. 500 E. Geor- 
gia. 

Nelson Frank, telegraph operator, bds. 
125 N. Mississippi. 

Nelson George, works Pork House, r. 22 
S. West. 



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AEE LOCATED AT 

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ACADEMY OF MUSIC COKNEK. 

SAME GO0D5.SAMEPRICES at BOTH. 

Nelson Henry, caipenter, r. 125 N. Mis- 
sissippi. 
Nelson Horatio L., jeweler, r. 146 W. 

Vermont. 
Nelson Jumes, lab., r. 311 Massachusetts 

av. 
Nelson John, conductor, C. C. C. & I. R. 

R., bds. Spencer House. 
Nelson James, (col'd) woodsairyer, r. 292 

Massachusetts av. 
Nelson T. A., cashier New York Store, r. 

168 N. New Jersey. 
Neller Frank, works Cabinet Maker's 

Union, r. 310 S. Illinois. 
Neno Wm. J., moulder, Eagle Machine 

Work", r. 310 S. Illinois. 
Ncrney Alfred G., silver plater, r. 78 

Plum 
Nessler Chrisiine, (wid.) r. 426 S. East. 
Nessler George, cabinetmaker, r. 253 N. 

Noble. 
Nevill AleiheaC, dressmaker, r. 376 E. 

MnrUet. 
New Carney, chair painter, r. 361 S. 

New G. \V., pliysician, room 15 Miller's 

blk., r. i-id N. Illinois. 
New J. C, rainisier Fourth Christian 

chuvd., r. 82 N. Illinois. 
NEW JOHN C, CHsliier First N.a- 

lioniil Hank, r. •J48N. Penn.^ylvania. 
New Valentine, packer, 30 S. Meridian, 

r. 361 S. Delaware. 
Newbaclier Louis, brass finisher, r. 269 

S, Alabima. * 

Newberv Leonlinvdt, brickmouldor, bds. 

(■alif..vnii House. 
Ncwhy K. M., (col'J) engineer, r. W. 

First near Howard. 
Newcoinb E„ salesman. Smith & Foster. 
Newromt. H. C, waichmaSier, Craft & 

Ciiiter. bds. 243 N. Kasi. 
Newcon.l. H. C. Jr., elk., r. 243 N. East, 
Newconib Horatio C. (N., Mitchel & 

Keiclinm) r. 275 N. Tenne^see. 
Newcomb Ricliard 11., elk. 1'. 0., r. 320 

N. Alabama. 
Newcomb W. C, dealer in groceries, pro- 
visions &c. 302 N. lUinois, r. 446 N. 

New.lerscv. 
NEWCOMB. MITCHELL & 

KETCHAM, (H. C. Newcomb, J. 

h .Wiicliell and W. A. Keicliam) ai- 

lorneys at law, 21 and 23 E. Wash- 
ington. 



NEWCOMER P. S., physician, 
office room 6 Blake's blk., r. 82 W. 
North. 

Newell Alice Miss, music teacher, bds. 
402 N. Pennsylvania. 

Newell L. rf, librarian, Vinton's blk., r. 



Newell R. A., carpenter, r. 



N. Dela- 



Newland Dallas, music teacher Institute 
for the Blind. 

Newland R. A., music teacher Institute 
for the Blind. 

Newman Chirles, cooper, r. 25 Bright. 

Newman Isaac L., broommaker, r. 425 
W. New York. 

NEWMAN JOHN S., President 
Merchant's National Bank, 48 E. 
Washington, r. 243 N. Pennsylvania. 

Newman Michael C, cooper, r. 25 
Bright. 

Newman P. Mrs., hoop skirt manufac- 
tory, 95 E. Washington, r, 140 Vir- 
ginia av. 

Newman Peter, woodsawyer, r. 305 S. 
Missouri. 

Newman William, teamster, r. 27 N. Cali- 
fornia. 

Newmeyer Julius A. (Kettenbach, N. & 
Co.) r. 277 Massachusetts av. 

Newton Delos, cooper, r. 19 Fayette. 

Newton George, elk. P. C. & St. L. R. R. 
Freight office, r. 240 S. Alabama. 

Newton Jennie Jliss, teacher Market 
Colored School, bds. 240 S. Ala- 
bama. 

Nenton M. S. (wid.) milliner, 307 E. ,5 
Washington, r. same. j 

Newton S.E.Mrs., teacher of piinling, I 
etc., Indianapolis Young Ladies' In- ' 
stilutute, r. Cleveland, Ohio. 

Nicely W., bds. Macy House. 

Niceum J. G„ blacksmith, r. £3 Maple. 

Nichol James M., teller Indianapolis Na- 
tional liank, r. 3")7 N. lUinuis. 

NICHOL JOSEPH W., aiiomey 
and counselor at law, Iti^ E. Wash- 
iiigion, r. 292 N. Meridia'n. 

Nicholas William, (cnl'd) lab., r. 390 W. 
North. 

Nichols Carharine, (wid. William) r. 68 
Indiana av. 

Nichols Harry J , telegraph operator, bds. 
08 Indiana av. 

Nichols John S , bookkeeper, 39 S. Illi- 
nois, bds. Pyle House. 

Nichols Nancy, (wid. Addison) r. 172 
Viiginia av. 

Nichols Norman C, pumpmaker, 85 S, 
Liberfy. 

Nichols R. P., traveler, J. C. Burton 4 
l-'o, hdn Depot Uir.in? Hall. 

Nichols T. M., dentist, 25 W. Washington, 
r. se. city. 



NIC 



Nichols Willaid, priut: 



73 K. St. 



Nichols William, (col'd) porter 21 AV. 

Wnsliinglon, r. North near Bright. 
Nichols William F., works Street II. R. 

Co, r. 298 S. Illinois. 
Nicholson David, (Scott & N.) r. 160 W. 

George. 
Nicholson Jane, (wid.) r. cor. Broadway 

and Forest av. 
NicholsoD J. W., salesman C, Dickson & 

Co., r. 34 Union. 
Nicholson 1'., elk., bds. 139 Viririnia av, 
Nicholson Waller, snlesman J. Osterman 

& Co., bds. 74 Stale. 
Nickersou J. B. (N. & Downey) r. 90 N. 

NICKERSON & DOWNEY, (J. 

Ji. N. and J, L. D.) general agents 
Weed Sewing Machine, 12 N. I'enn- 
sylvania. 

Nickum J. R., (Parrott & N.) r. 155 N. 
Tennessee. 

Nicoli Ariistine, (wid.) r. 109 W. Wash- 
ington. 

Nieoli Charley, saddles and h3rne.>!S, 326 
E. Washington, r. snme. 

Nicoli Henry, butcher, 67 jMnssachusetls 
av., r. same. 

Nicoli Lewis, (C. Hagerhorst & Co.) bds. 
223 W. Ohio. 

Nicoli L. C, saddler, r. 326 E. Market, 

Niebacher Louis, maehinesf, r. 269 S. 
Alabama. 

Niemann Christian, carpenter, r. 231 
Davidson. 

Niemann Henry, (Coedeker & N.) r. 456 
E. North. 

Niemeyer Charles W , breaksman T. H. & 
I. R. R, r. 165 S.Tennessee. 

Niemeyer Christian, (wid.) r. 104 S. 
Noble. 

Niles Charles, (C. N. & Co.) r. ;Eddy nr. 
South. 

Niles Charles & Co. (C. N. & G. Bauer) 
cleaning and repairing, 134 S. Illinois. 

NOBLE A. F., denier in Ward's por- 
table gas light, 28 Kentucky av., bds. 
80 S. Tennessee. 

Noble James, sleeping car conductor. 

Noble J. F., teamster, works Home Mill. 

Noble Nannie Mrs., teamster, r. 85 S. 
Union. 

Noble Sarah, (wid. Joseph) r. 12G Broad- 
way. 

Noble Thomas, V., engineer I. W. & B. R 
R., r. 129 Bates. 

NOBLE WILLIAM J., boarding 
house, 18 and 20 S. Pennsylvania. 

NOBLE WM. H. L., general agent 
Indianapolis, Cincinnati & Lafayette 
Railroad, office, Cincinnati depot, 
cor. Louisiana and Delaware, r. 
Madison av., S. of city limits. 



147 XOR 

BENHAM BRO'S, 

3G East Washiuiirton St., 

SHX3BT IMCUSIC, VXCLISTS, 

GUIT4ES, STRINGS, &c. 



Noe A. J., painter, r. 21 N. East. 

Noe Daniel .M., carriagesmith, r. 121 S. 
New Jersey. 

Noe M., carpenter, r. 280 N. Alabama. 

Noe Martha, (wid.) r. 119 S, New Jersey. 
Noe Mary, dressmaker, r. 21 N. East. 

Noe V:,liniine, baker, works 178 S. Illi- 
nois, bds same. 

Noel E. B. (N. & Son) bds. 231 W. New 
York. 

Noel S. V. B. (N. & Son) r. 234 W. New 
York. 

Noel Woodward, elk., bJs. 234 W. New 
York. 

NOEL & SON,(S. V. B. and E. B.) 
grain and produce dealers, 86 Vir- 
ginia av. 

Noelky F„ w irks B. F. Haugh & Co., bds. 
California House. 

Nofsinger Wm. R., pliysician, r. National 
rd. one mile E. of city. 

Nolan Joseph, shoemnkor, 10 Virginia av., 
r. nw. city limits. 

Nolan Joseph, shoemaker, r. cor. First 
and James. 

Nolan .Michael, brakeman, C. C. & I. C. 
R, R., bds. 58 Benton. 

Nolen Lavinn, (wid. Samuel) boarding 
house, 188 S. Illinois. 

Nolting Charles, porter, r. 127 E. St. 
Joseph. 

Norden Eih, pianomaker, r. 407 S. East. 

Norm an Perry, butcher, bds. 554 S. Meri- 
dian. 

Norman Seloma, (wid) r. 16 W. First. 

Norii George, driver furniture wagon, r. 
463 N. Alabama. 

Norris James C, salesman, 131 S. Meri- 
dian, bds. Mrs. jMason. 

Norris John, dealer in boots and shoes, 
23 E. Washington, r. 56 S. Penn- 
sylvania. 

Norris John C, bds. 9 Cherry. 

Norris Mary C. Miss, elk. 23 E. Wash- 
inglon, r. 56 S. Pennsylvania. 

Norris Thomas Jr., tanner, bds. 518 E. 
AVashington. 

Norris Thomas, tanner, r. 518 E. Wash- 
ington. 

North .Myron, depolmaster I.C. &. L. Depot, 
r. 291 W. Michigan. 

North Pinckney A., watchman, r. 488 E. 
Georgia. 

North Western Christian University, cor. 
College and Forrest av. 



NOR 
H. H. LEE'S 



WHOLESALE PRICES TOE 

TEAS, COFFEES & SUGARS, 

ABE THE SAME EACH DAY 

As are quoted in the 
CINCINNATI DAILY PAPERS. 

Noitham William, carpenter, W. Third 

bet. Tennessee nnd Mississippi. 
Northway George, plasterer, r. 180 N. 

New Jersey. 
Nortliway John, plasterer, r. 203 E 

Nonh. 
NORTHROP W. W.. general ngent 
for Indiana and Southern Illinois of 
Security Life Insurance Company, 
2 Blake's Row, r. 77 W. North. | 

Norton Luther, carpenter, r. 417 E.St. 

Clair. 
Norton William D. (cold) lab., r. 271 I 
Patterson. ] 

Norton W. It., baggage master C. C. C. 
& I. R. R, r.'J34 S. -Alabama. 

Norwood G., retired, r. 482 .N'. Illinois. 

Norwood John, mail ngent Union lUpol. 
bds. Neiman House. 

Norwood John L , assistant mail agent, 
bds. 126 N. Delaware. 

Norwood Margaret, (wid) r. 12G N. Dela- 
ware. 

Nothclfer Casper, lad., bds. 323 W. Wash- 
ington. 

Notter Steven, painter, r. Morris, bet. 
Alabama and New Jersey. 

Nowiand E. R., press feeder, .hJs. 283 E. 
South. 

Nowiand J. H. B., r. 283 E. South. 

Xowl>ind Lloyd, printer, Indianapolis 
Printing and Publishing House, r. 
283 E. South. 

Nueliel John, butcher, 17,5 Madison av., 
r. same. 

Nugen Catharine, domestic, Blind Insti- 
tute. 

Null Samuel, painter, r. 46 Indiana av., 
up stnire. 

Nutman , cooper, r. 21 Sharp. 

Nutmier Chris., carpenter, r. 203 E. Ohio. 

Nutting A. F., c!k 66 N. N. Illinois, bds. 

Nutting Rufus, (N. & Wood) r. 368 N. 

East. 
Nutting & Wood, (Rufus Nutting and D 

L. Wood) Insurance agents, 17i W. 

Washington, room 1. 
Nutts Jacob, baker, r. 121 Massachusetts 

Nye Benjamin, painter, bds. 94 N. East. 
Nye Michael, tinner, r. 197 E. Washing- 



148 O'FL 

0' 'lilUEN OHUISTUPHEH H. 0., route 
agent Daily Sentinel, r. 213 N. Lib- 
erty. 

O'Brien George, baggage master, I. P. i 
C. R. R. 

O'Brien Jerry, tinner, r. 28 Wyoming. 

O'Brien John, r. 80 Bates. 

O'Brien John, baggage master, I. P, & C 
R. R. 

O'Brien John, lab., bds. 225 S. West. 

O'Brien Joseph, lab., rolling mill. r. 280 
S. Tennessee. 

O'Brien Julia Miss, domestic Spencer 
House. 

O'Brien Michael, lab. rolling mill, bds. 
280 S. Tennessee. 

O'Brien Michael, carpenter, r. 133 N. 



Wi 



OBr 






irnisher, r. 395 S. 



Nye Michael, salesman, wi 
Co., r. 85 E. Waahingl: 



Spellma 



O'Brien Thomas, lab., r. 59 California. 
O'Brien Thomas, lab., r. 271 N. Liberty. 
O' Bryan John, lab., r. 360 N. East. 
O' Bryan, John II., baggage master, C, & 

I. J. R. n. 
O'Coonell Daniel, lab., r. 385 E. Ohio. 
O'Counell James, drayman, r. Lord. 
O'Connell -Massy, lab., r. 290 S. Dela- 

Connor James, blachsmith, jforks In- 
dianapolis Wagon and Agricultural 

Works. 
O'Connor John, watchman, First National 

Bank. 
O'Connor John, lub., r. 14, N. Noble. 
O'Connor John, lab., r. 167 Meek- 
O'Connor John, lab., r. 388 S. Delaware. 
O'Connor Michael, foundryman, r, 124 

Duncan. 
O'Connor Michael, lab., bds. Illiuoia 

House. 
O'Connor iMicliael, (Prennatt & O'C.) r. 

28 W. Pratt. 
O'Connor Michael, lab., Spencer House. 
O'Connor Michael lab., r. rear 288 E. 

Ohio. 
O'Connor Micheal J., saloon and agent 

for Toledo ale, 54 S. Illinois, bds 90 

S. Illinois. 
O'Connor Patrick, tailor, r. 309 Indiana 

av. 
O'Connor Patrick T., lab, 150 Meek. 
O'Connor Thomas, shoemaker, r. 294 8. 

Delaware. 
O'Donan C, lab., r. 579 E. St. Clair. 
O'Donnell Patrick, salesman; John Doran 

56 S. Illinois, bds same. 
O'Donuell Patrick, linen store, 69 S. Illi- 
nois, bds. Palmer House. 
O'DriscoU John, stereotyper, Sentinel 

Office, bds SQh N Pennsvlvania. 
O'Flaherty Thomas, elk., bds. Ray house. 
OFhiheriy W. T., bar keeper, r. se. cor. 

Duncan and Delaware. 



O'lIA 



O'Hnre John, El.ocmnker, r. S6S S. West. 

O'Haie .Malthew, tailor, r. 233 S, West, 

O'Haria Micliiiel, l«h., r. 1(37 Mn.Jison .iv. 

0'H.ivei- GeoigU Miss, bds. 410 W. Wash- 
ington. 

O'Haver Mary Miss, bds, 416 W, Wash- 
ington. 

O'Haver Patterson, lab., r. 38 W. North. 

Olloio Anthony, bib., r. 243 S. West. 

OKeane Patrick J., elk. S6 S. Illinois, 
bds. 325 S. Delaware. 

O'Keiffe Timothy, lab., r. 18 Williard. 

O'Kciffe Patrick, corporal, U.S. Arsenal. 

O'Key Phillip, fence builder, r. 273 E. 
North. 

O'Key Remus, cooper, bds. 114 S. Noble. 

U'Lei.ry Daniel, expressman Union DepI, 
r. 31u S. Meridian. 

O'LEARY JEREMIAH, saloon, 
103 S. Illinois, r. s.ime. 

U'Leary Jerry, worka rolling mill, bds. 
72 W. Louisiana. 

O'Leary Mary, dompslic. Bales House. 

O'Leary William, boileniiaker, r. 42 Biok- 
iijg. 

O'Loucklin John, moulder, r. 25G S. Ten- 
nessee. 

OMaliii Patrick, porter, 2G S. Meridian, 
bds. ilacy House. 

O'.Mara James, porter American Ji. U. 
Express Co., r. Minerva, W. end 

O'.Mara Mary, servant. Palmer House. 
O'Mara Patrick, boileim.iker, r. Sinker 

bet. Alabama and Delaware. 
O'.Mara R., boarding house, 24 W. Geor- 
gia. 
O'Neal Charlotte, Mrs., r. 130 Virginia 

av. 
O'Neal James, flagman Union track, r. 83 

W. Louisiana. 
O'Neal John, lab. rolling mill, r. 301 

Kentucky av. 
O'Neal Joseph, miller, r. 31 lilake. 
O'Neal Michael, cutter J. & P. Gramling, 

r. 43 E. McCarty. 
Neal T. H., operator W. U. Telegraph, 

bds, 73 W. Maryland. 
ONeal W. II„ blacksmith, r. 253 S. West. 
O'Neal James H., switchman, T. H. & I. 

R. R., bds, 83 W. Louisiana. 
O'Neill John, lab., r. 211 E. Market. 
O'Neil Matthew, cutler, r. 143 E.McCarly. 
O'Neil Michael, lab., r. 104 .Meek. 
O'Neil Robert, teamster, r. 155 .Meek. 
O'Neil Thomas, lab., r. 104 Meek. 
O'Neil Thomas, teamster, r. 199 Meek. 
Neil Timothy, lab., r. 168 Meek. 
O'Neil William, blacksmith, r. 2.53 S. 

West. 
O'Reager Jerry, bricklayer, bds. IJOy N. 

Illinois. 
O'Reily Jlichacl, shoemaker, r. 414 S. 

Tennessee. 



149 OGL 

BENHAM BRO'S, 

3G n:\Kt Washiitston St , 

PIANOS, ORGANS, 3IUSIC. 

Bpst Goods! Lowest Fr'cftS I 



OShea Patrick, wiper I. C. &. L. U. R. 
Shops, r. 109 Huron. 

O'Towell Edward, moulder, Eagle Ma- 
chine Works. 

OAKY EDWARD H, carpenter, r. 395 
N. New Jersey. 
Obergfell Isador, lab., r. 392 S. Delaware, 
Obeiglell Joseph, checkinati, P. C. & St. 

L. R. R. Freight Depot. 
Obergfell Mathias, carpenter, r. Madison 

rd. 
Oberly Amos, woiks Paper Mill, bds. 201 

W. Washington. 
Ubernieyer M. A. Mis., dressmaker, i. 79 

W. Ohio. 
Obermryer W. M., dealer in hats and 

caps, 2 Palmer House, r. 79 W. Ohio. 
Obrecht John, school teacher, bds. 134 N. 

Pennsylvania. 
Obrey Clinton, painter, r. no. cor. Missis- 
sippi and Ohio. 
Ocher Louis, woiks, Osgood, Smith k Co., 

bds. 323 W. Washington. 
Odd Fellows. Hall and Ruilding. ne. cor. 

Pennsylvania and Washington. 
Odell James, lab. C. C. k I. C. R. U., r. 

147 lUi.on. 
Odell James T., r. 78 Meek. 
Oechsle Kale Miss, teacher, Ninth Ward 

School, bds. 305 E. New York. 
Oehler Andrew, waichmaker and jeweler, 

20 S. Delaware, r, same. 
Oehler David, saloon and beer garden, 48 

Russell, r. same. 
Oehler Roman, watchmaker and jeweler, 

183 W. Washingion, r. same. 
Oehri Lewis, engineer, r. 525 E, Mar- 
ket. 
Oelschlayev J. B., machinist, r. 424 E. St. 

Clair. 
Off Christian, lumber dealer, r. 297 N. 

Noble. 
Off Gottleib, lumber dealer, r. 305 N. 

Noble. 
Off Jacob, miller and lumber dealer, r. 

291 N. Noble. 
Offett Jaraos, carpenter, r. 530 N. Ala- 
bam tv. 
Ogden Mary Miss, weaver, bds. 410 W. 

Washington. 
Ogden W. .S., elk. T. H. & I. R. R. office, 

r. 522 N. Meridian. 
Oglesby J. S, commission merchant, r. 
294 N. Pennsylvania. 



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H. H. LEE 



150 



OVE 



Teas, Coffees, Sugars & Spices 

DIUECT FllUM THE 

Importers and Kefineries, 

HIS CUSTOMERS TWO OR THREE PROFITS 



Olielei- G. P., cabinet maker, r. 128 Si. 
Joseph. 

Olii- Andy, printer, 8 E. Pearl, bds. 278 
N. Aliibuma. 

Olir Anron 0, ticket elk. Union Depot, 
r. 473 N. Tennessee. 

Olir lleniy, r. 4J8 N. iMeridian. 

OHR JOHN H., agent Adams Ex- 
press Co. in nevf Seutinal bldg., r. 
448 N. Meridian. 

Ohle.ver George, biisket manufacturer, 
456 S. .Meiidian, r.same. 

OHMER N. & G , proprietors Union 
Depot Dining Hull, r. Dayton Oliio. 

Oiler Phillip H., works Osgood, Smith & 
Co, bds 424 Virginia av. 

Okey Joseph, patent right agent, r. 474 
S. Illinois. 

Olin Chauncey C., general Insurance ag't. 
•JJ W. W„sliingion, r. 183 F,. Ohio. 

Olin K. [). (Olin & Foliz) r. 183 E. Ohio. 

Olin K. W., elk. 21 E Washington, r. 183 
E. Ohio. 

OLIN & FOLTZ, (E. D. 0. and U. M. 
F.) general Mgeiils Ilowe Sewing 
Machine, 21 N. Pennsylvania. 

Oliver Charles, tobacco manufacturer, 
288 W. Washington, r. same. 

Oliver 1). IP, physician, 582 E. Markel 
r. 28 Gregg. 

Oliver Theodore, butcher, r. 315 S. Mis- 
souri. 

Olivet Presbyterian Church, cor. Union 
and McCarty. 

Olhott , professor in elocution X. W. 

C. University. 

Olmstead , (wid.) r. 15 WiUard. 

Olsen Rasmus C, elk. 257 S. Delaware, 
bds. 259 S. Delaware. 

Olson Peter, bricklayer, r. 55 Union. 

Operman Henry, iron puddler, r. 314 W. 
Merrill. 

Olslott Daniel, moulder, bds. 1C9 S. Ten- 
nessee. 

Oren Sarah, (wid. Charles) r. .35 N. Cali- 
fornia. 

Orf Peter, stonecutter, bds. 510 E. Wash- 
ington. 

Orm Sanford, miller, bds. 512 S. Meri- 
dian. 

Orrasby Emma F.. works Tobacco Works, 
bds. 49 S. Illinois. 

Orphans' Home, 711 N. Tennessee, Anna 
M. Johnson Matron. 

Osborn D. M , teacher, r. loO Ft.Wayne av. 



Osborn John H., traveling agent Wheeler 

& Wilson Sewing Machines, r. 225 

N. Liberty. 
Osgood Charles J., bookkeeper, r. 843 

Michigan. 
Osgood John B. (0. & Chapman) r. 46 N. 

New Jersey. 
Osgood J. R. (0. & Smith) r. £4 E. Michi- 

Osgood, Smith & Co. (J. R.O., S. F. S. and 
J, H. Woodburn) maunficlurers of 
hubs, wheels and spokes, 230 S. llli- 

Osgood & Chapman, (J. B. 0. and D. C. 

C.) house and sign painters, cor. Vir- 
ginia av, and Washington. 
Ossenforth Fred, porter, 48 S. Meridian, 

r. 316 N, Winston. 
Ostermnn John, (J. 0. & Co.) r. 74 

Slate. 
Ostcrman John & Co. (J. Osterman and J. 

Stuckmeyer) commission merchants, 

86 W. Washington. 
Ostermeyer Christina, (wid. Louis) r. 263 

N. Liberty. 
Ostermeyer Christian F., groceries and 

dry goods, 350 E Ohio, r. same, 
Ostermeyer Frederick, i Holland, 0. & 

Co.) r. 6.35 E. Washington. 
Ostermeyer Henry, carpenter, r. 278 E. 

Louisisna. 
Ostermeyer Louis, drayman, r. 9 Charles. 
Oswald D., tinsmitli, cor. Tennessee and 

Garden. 
Otis Clark, photographer, r. 237 E. South. 
Otis W. H., r. 421 N. Tennessee. 
Oil John, furniture manufacturer, r. ter- 
minus Dacota, 
Otte William, carpenter, r. 190 N. Noble. 
Otten Deitrich, cigarmaker, r. 127 Spring. 
Otto August, lilhlographer, Braden &L 

Burford, r, 71 Plum. 
Otto Charles, bricklayer, r. 48 Oriental. 
Otio Philip, lab, r. 420 S. East. 
Ottwell Francis, r. 236 N. Illinois. 
Otwell Francis A., salesman, r. 109 S. 

New Jersey. 
Otwell Will. S., elk. G. P. Tuttle's tea 

store, bds. 130 N. Illinois. 
Ousler Lafayette, traveler, Vinuedge, 

Jones k Co. 
Owsley William, carpenter, r. 24 Doug- 
lass. 

Ovalman , bds. 74 N. Pensylvania. 

Over Ewald, (E. Over & Co.) r. 79 N. 

Alabama. 
OVER E. & CO. (E. Over and H. 

Schnull) wholesale dealers in iron, 

steel, window glass, etc., 82 and 84 

S. Meridian. 
Overholser Jacob, patent right agent, r. 

47 N. Alabama. 
Overman E. C, commercial traveler, r. 

58 N. Pennsylvania. 



OVE 

Overman Joseph K., joiner, works, cor. 

Tennessee and Georgia, r. 86 Miner 

va. 
Overman Rob, carpeLler, r. 80 Minerva. 
Overmyer Nelson, wagonraaker, r. cor. 

Jackson and Arch. 
Overslreet J. B., r. 301 S. Pennsylvania 
Owens C. F. (Ebert& 0.) r. oSON. Mis- 

sissippi. 
Owens Henry, (col'd) cook, 29 S. Illinois, 

r. same. 
Owens Jas., slovefitter, r. 68 Virginia av, 
Owens John, lab., r. 4 Bockwood 
Owens Koberl, (cold) lab., r. cor. Lafay- 
ette R. R. and Third. 
Owings James, brakeman, C. C. C. & I. 

R. R., bds. 139 E. South. 
Owings Joseph, telegraph messenger, bds. 

139 E. South. 
Owings Nathaniel B., plasterer, r, 139 E. 

South. 

PABST WILLIAM, tailor, bds. Cali- 
fornia House. 

PACIFIC AND ATLANTIC 
TELEGRAPH CO., 22 S. Mer- 
ridian, E. C. Hewlett, Manager. 

yaetz Oscar B., elk. W. W Ingle, bds. 84 
S. Illinois. 

Paetz William, physician, r. 84 S. Illi- 
nois. 

Paff Hugh, carpenter, r. 173 Stevenson. 

Puflf S..mnel, carpenter, r. 405 S. East. 

Page Joseph, shoemaker, r. cor. New 
York and Blake. 

Page W. H , snlesiTian, Scott, West & Co., 
r. 303 S. Meridian. 

Paine Daniel L., S'llesman, China Tea 
Store, r. 71 E. St. Clair. 

Paine Henry, lab., r. 548 N. Alabama. 

Paine Thomas, (col'd) teamster, r. 354 
W. North. 

Painter Edward R., works, Saturday Eve- 
ning Mirror, r. 370 W. Vermont. 

Painter John, elk. U. G. Stout, r. 567 N. 
Illinois. 

Painter Joseph R., carpenter r. 82 W. 
Market. 

Paisley Samuel, carpenter, r. 191 W. 
Maryland. 

Palmer lien G., paper hanger, r. 178 E. 
South. 

Palmer Charles C, r. 57 W. Maryland. 

PALMER EDWARD L., Catholic 
bi'ok denier and news agent, GO S. 
Illinois, r. 66 S. Illinois. 

Palmer Rmnk, painter, r 121 N. Noble. 

PALMER HOUSE, se. cor. Wash- 
ington and Illinois, Jeff K. Scott 
proprietor. 

Palmer J. L, r, 403 iV. Pennsylvania. 

I'iilmer Marshall E., r. 57 W. .Mar' land. 

Palmer Mary, (wid) r. 121 N. Noble. 

Palmer Mary A.( col'd) r. 183 Douglass al. 



PAR 

BENHAM BRO'S, 

3G East Washiiig'ton St., 



BENHAM'S MUSICAL REVIEW, 

MONTHLY, $1.00 PEK ANNUM. 



Palmer Mary E., clerk, bds 121 N. Noble. 

Palm'ir Nathan B., r. 57 W. Maryland. 

PALMER T. G., deputy Auditor of 
State, r. 156 N. Illinois. 

Pangburn J. G., bds. Bates House. 

Paper Albert, lab., r. 320 W. Washing- 
Ion. 

Parish Frank R., dealer in hot and cold 
air Furnaces, r. 67 N. Alabama. 

Parker Andrew J. (col'd) lab., r. How- 
ard bet. First and Second. 

Parker Augustus A., piano tuner, r. 231 
E. South. 

Parker Columbus C, bds. 103 S. Tennes- 
see. 

Parker Daniel M , lab., r. 231 W. Ver- 
mont. 

Parker Earl, lab.. Gales, Pray & Co. 

Parker Eben A. (P. & Bloomer) r. 75 N. 
California. 

Parker Elizabeth, (wid. Archey) board- 
ing house, 73 Kentucky av. 

Parker Geo. W., sherrifif iMarion County, 
r. 18 N. Alabama. 

Parker James, saddler, 89 S. Pennsylva- 
nia. 

Parker James F., (Case & P.) r. 600 N. 
Illinois, 

Parker J. H., harnessmaker, r. 87 S. 
Pennsylvania, 

Parker Lucas, student, bds. 128 Fort 
Wayne av. 

Parker P. Robert, (GufHn & P.) r. nr. 
Shelbyville rd., South of city. 

PARKER R. R., men's furnisher, 30 
W. Washington, r, 90 N. .Mississippi. 

Parker Sarah J. Miss, kressmaker, r. 156 
E. Market. 

Parker Wilson, bricklayer, r. 103 S. Ten- 



PARKER & BLOOMER, (K. A. 

P. and J. L. 15.) attorneys at law, 
32J E. Washington. 

Patker'B Block, Delaware, bet. Washing- 
ton and Market. 

Parkeaon P., blacksmith, r. 21 Maple. 

Parkman Charles B., secretiiry Indiana- 
polis Rolling Mill Company, r. 230 
N. West. 

Parks Hiram J. (col'd) cook, r. 122 F. 
Benton. 

Parlee .Alex., painomaUer, bds. Patterson 
House. 



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THE CHINA TEA STORES 

Are very baudsoniely decorated with 
Accurate VieNvs antl Scenes 

CHIIVESE LIFK AND SCEKEKV. 

Call and see tliem before leaving the City. 



PARLOR SALOON, 170 E Wash- 
iiigion, Jiiiiies McU. Sliepperd, pi-o- 
prielor. 

rarnielee J. R., traveler, Keifer & Vinton, 
b(l8. I'i.lnier House. 

rarmelce W. 11., freiglit .Tgent, 15;iUimore 
& dliio R. R., cor. Virginian av. and 
Alabama, r. 29 W. Pratt. 

Parr Henry, lenmster, r. -3.34 E. .Market. 

Parristtle Josepli, confectionery and res- 
latirant, '2o N. Illinois, r. .same. 

PARROT HORACE,(P. & Nicknm) 
r. dl'.l N. Delaware. 

PARROT, NICKUM & CO. (Hor- 
ace Parrot aiKlJ.iliu R. Nickum) pro- 
prietors steam cracker bakery, 188 
E. Washington. 

Parry Rcer, I'orcmnn blacksmith shop, 
T. 11. (ft I. R. R., r. 12 Henry. 

Parsley Asbury, teamster, r. 5JoN. Mis- 
sisissippi. 

Parsley James, carriagesmith Shaw, Lip- 
pencotl & Connor, bJs. 89 S. Penn- 
sylvania. 

ParvinTheophihis.physician,ofrice, l."5 N, 
Alabarasi, r. 143 N. Alabama. 

Pascoe James, boileiraaker, C. C. & I. C. 
R. R , r. 450 E. Georgia. 

Pasqnicr John R., carpenter, r. 406 N. 
Michigan, 

Patlerhon Amlrew, (J. P., A. P. & Co.) r. 
280 E. Ohio. 

Patterson Augusttis, lab., r. 20fi E. 
^hio. 

Pattefsou A. W., physician, 135 N. Ala- 
bama, V. 120 E. Ohio. 

Patterson Clemens Mrs., flrcse and cloak- 
making, 25 Massachusetts av , r. 
same. 

Patterson John, carpenter, r. 362 S. Illi- 
nois: 

Patterson John, (J. P., A. P. & Co.) r. 52 
Bright. 

Patterson John, carpenter, r. 25 Massa- 
cliusetls av. 

Patterson John, machinist, C. C. & I. C. 
R. R. shops. 

Pfiltorson J. I'. ( Alford, Talbott & Co.) r. 
;tJ3 N. New Jersey. 

l',iteisori Robert, carpenter, r. 225 N, 

Noble, 
'■■.tieipnn R. M, city civil engineer, r 
372 N. Tennessee. 

i'lilteisoM Sumuel W., street contr.ictcr, 
r. 332 W. Washington. 



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Patterson Thomas, calUelrader, r. se. cor. 
Tinker and Pennsylvania. 

Patterson William, attorney, 98 E. Wash- 
ington, r, 280 E. Ohio. 

Patterson William II., elk., German dry 
good store, r. 520 N. Mississippi. 

Patterson Wm. 0., elk , P. 0., r. 140 Mas- 
sachuselts av. 

Patteison Wm. T., lab., r. 193 S. Tennes- 
see. 

Patterson J. & Co.(J. P.,A. P. and Wm. P.) 
produce and provisions, 45 Virginia 
av. 

PATTERSON, MOORE & TAL- 
BOTT, (J. P. P., J. A. M, R. L. T. 
and W. H, Morrison) whol. druggists, 
123 S, Meridian. 

Paltison , r. 741 N. Meridian. 

Pallison A. E. (Hibben, Tarkinglon & 
Co.) r. 429 N. New Jeisey. 

Pattisou Catherine M., r. 13i3 Massachu- 
setts av. 

Pattison C. B. (Hibben, Tarkinglon & 
Co.) r. 413 N. Illinois. 

Pattison House, 63 N. Alabama, James B. 
Bell, proprietor. 

Pattison J. D., r. 404 N. Illinois. 

Pattison M. A. W. (wid.) r. 140 Massa- 
chusetts av. 

Pattison Terrell, salesman, 112 S. Mer- 
idian, r. 416 N. Pennsylvania. 

Pattison T. T. .N., trader, r. 410 N. Penn- 
sylvania. 

Pattison W. , bda. 136 Massschusetieav. 

PAUL HENRY, Chief Police, r. 17 
E. McCarty. 

Paulding G. W., elk. Masonic Hall, bds 
Maoy House. 

Pauli Henry, carpenter, r. 181 N. David- 
son. 

Paulini Otto, bookkeeper, 14 N. Dela- 

PATJLMAN E. L., dealer in watches, 
clocks aud jewelry, 1 14 S. Illinois, r. 
same. 

Paver J. M, agent American M. U. Ex- 
press Co, Union Depot, r. 229 E. 
Vermont. 

Paxton Elizabeth, (wid.) r. 22 Circle. 

Payne John, (cold) lab., r. Kixth nr. La- 
tayeite R. R. 

Payne Richard, works rolling mill, bde. 
217 S. Illinois. 

Pajton Elislia R., car inspector Craw- 
fordsville R. R., r. 668 E. Washing- 
ton. 

Payniz Florence, (wid. John C.) bds. 147. 
W. Maryland. 

Penbody John, stock trader, r. 524 N. 
Delaware. 

Peacock James, bookkeeper L. Q7 Sher- 
wood, r. 196 W. Ohio. 

Peacocck .Mary A. H. Mrs., r. 355 W. 
I Vermont, 



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Peacock & MoLain, (Wm. P. nn.l J. S. 

Jlc.) boot nnj shoe inaaiifactiirers, 

298 Cbike. 
Peacock William, (Peacock & McLnlu) r. 

Elizabelh nr. Blake. 
Peak David, carpenter, r. SO;! VV, Atary- 

1,1 nj. 
Peak Moses, (colM) porier Cadv k Hen- 
dricks. 
Peak Susan Mrs., waabcrwom.in City 

Hospital. 
Pearsall P. K. Prof., rnusic teacher, r. 24 

W, New York. 
Pearson John, (P. & Co.) r. 13.5 E. St. 

Joseph. 
Pearson John C, brickmason, r. 127 W. 

PEARSON JOHN & CO. (J. P. and 

) props. House of Lords saloon, 

78 W. Washinglon. 
Pearson Jno.O., foreman, Jno. McICendry, 

r. 4S7 N. .Mississippi. 
Pearson S. D., tailor, r. cor. Ohio and 

Massftchusetis nv. 
Pease T. W., r. IB?. Ft. Wayne av. 
Peas Lewis P., carpenter, r. 141 N.Noble. 
Pease Sidney, patent right man, r. 281 N. 

Noble. 
Peauer Philip, (col'd) railroader, r. Iu8 

Huron, 
Peck EdvJin J., ((.irecnleaf & Co.) Prest. 

Union Depot Co., r. 59 W. Maryland. 
Peck T. S., Supt., D. Root's foundry, r. 

488 N. Tennessee. 
Peck Wm., butcher, r. 22-5 E. Market. 
Peckbam Caleb U., architect, 6 DUke 

bldg., r. 380 N. Delaware. 
Peckham C. S., traveler, Fairbanks' 

Scales, 43 and 45 N. TennesseS. 
Peden Jos. S., bartender, Spencer House, 

r. 168 N. Noble. 
Pedlan Robert J., moulder, r. 20 Coburn. 
Pee Emmett, salesman, Sloueman, Pee & 

Co., r. 78 N. Delaware. 
Pee Geo. W. (Stoneman, P. & Co ) r. 81 

W. Ohio. 
Peek Conrad, confectioner, 107 E. Wash- 
ington. 
Peele Thomas, salesman, New York store, 

bds. Pyle House. 
Peelle S. J., nllorney at law, 68 E. Waeh- 

inelon, r. 361 R. Market. 
Peil Wm. F. jr., bookkeeper, r. 665 E, 

Washington. 
Peirco Converse, tenttisler, r. 307 W. Mar- 
ket. 
Peirce .Margaret, domestic, Bates House. 
Peiree .Morris, lab , r. 223 S. West. 
Peir^on C. C commercial traveler, bds: 

426 N. New Jersey. 
Peirson Joseph, lab., r. room 11 Fatout's 

blk. 
Pellett Wm. A., freight conductor, P. & I. 

R. R., r. Cady bet. Georgia and Bates. 
17 



BENHAM BRO'S, 

3e East Washington St., 
Pianos, Organs and Melodcons 

CVSH OR OrV TIOXK. 



Peltier Eugene, stonecutter, r. 55 Hos- 
brook. 

Peltier Leon, stonecutter, r. 55 Hosbrook. 

Pelton Theo., machinist, works Greenleaf 
& Co., bds. 134 S Meridian. 

Pence .\hijah, works Glass Works, r. S. 
Illinois, nr. South. 

Pence Caroline, (wid. John) r. 151 Union. 

Pence Louis, flour and feed, 243 E. Wash- 
ington, r. same. 

Pendergast J. G., foreii.an Adam & Os- 
good, r. 413 N. Tennessee. 

I'endergasl William, lab., r. 273 E. North. 

Pendleton R. C. J., agent I. B. & W. K. 
R., r. 97 Buchanan. 

Peon Ueorge W., secretary Eagle Machine 
Works, r. 3:i2 S. Pennsylvania. 

Penn J. W., bookkeeper, r. 331 S. Penn- 
syivsni.. 

Pennicke Morris, with Wm. Sumner & 
Co., r. 191 W. South. 

Peoples Nancy, (wid.) r. 297 N. Ala- 
bama. 

Peoples' Dispatch, office, 19 Virginia av. 

Pepper iidward, machinist, 431 r. N. Mis- 
souri. 

Percival A. K., salesmap M. 0. Tracey, 
bds. 237 E. South. 

Perdue George W., fireman C. C. C. & 1. 
R. R., r. 7 Peru. 

Perdue Rebecca, (wid.) r. 7 Peru. 

Perhanmus John T., elk 54 fe. Meridian, 
hds. 308 Virginia av. 

Perkins Amos G, machinis', r. 316 E. 
Georcia. 

PERKINS, BAKER & PER- 
KINS, (S. E. P., J. P. B. and S. 
E. P.. jr.) attorneys at law, room 4 
.Ena bidg. 

Perkins C. E., adjuster. Wheeler & Wil- 
son's sewing machine rooms, r. 337 
N. Tennessee. 

Perkins E. H., printer, r. 67 Doueherty. 

Perkins H.'W., elk. 24 S. Meridian, bdg. 
Sherman House. 

Perkins J. A., agent P. C. & St. L. R. R., 
r 373 N. Pcnnpylvania. 

Perkins James A,, boilermaker, Sinker &, 
Co., r, 154 cor. Pine and Elm. 

Perkins J. Wallace, printer, H. C. Chan- 
dler & Co., bds. 17J Virginia av. 

Perkins Samuel E. ( P., Baker & Perkins) 
r. 276 W. New York. 

Perkins Samuel E. jr. (P., Baker & Per- 
kins) r. 276 W. New York. 



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MAKES A SPECIAI.XY OF 



Choics Green, Black & Japan Teas. 

PERKINSON GEORGE W., bar- 
ber, shop, 552 S. Meridian, r. same. 

Parkinson I'atii^k, blacksmith, r. 21 
Mil pie. 

Perrin George K., atforney at law, 4-5 E. 
Washinglon, r. 20.3 N. New Jersey. 

Perrine F. C, with Shaw, Lippencott & 
Connor, r. 60S. Pennsylvania. 

Perrine Horace G., trunk maker, 20 Vir- 
ginia av. r. 293 N. Alabama. 

Perrine Lindon L. R., elk. P. 0., bds. 204 
N. Illinois. 

Perrine Peter R , ttss't Assessor, r. 293 N. 
Alabama. 

Perrine Truman 15., engraver, 34 Virgi- 
nia av., r. 169 N. Mississippi. 

Perrott Jackson, works White Hose Mill, 
r. 34 S. West. 

Perrott Mary E. Miss, principal Ninth 
Ward School, r. 34 S. West. 

Perrott Samuel, lab., r.-34 S. West. 

Perry Herbert, blacksmith, works India- 
napolis Wagon and Agricultural 
Works, bds. 317 S. East. 

Perry James H., carpenter, r, 427 N. Mis- 
sissippi. 

Perry J. E. (J. E, Robertson & Co.) r. 235 
E. Michigan: 

Perry Mary E. Miss, teacher. City Acad- 
emy, bds. 410 N. Pennsylvania. 

Perry Mathias moulder, r. 495 S. Del- 
aware. 

Perryman C, hostler, II. Allen, bds. 18 
S. Pennsylvania. 

Peters S. J., agent. Weed Sewing Machine 
Co., r. 82 N. Pennsylvania. 

Peterson Brothers, (Nils aud Jens Peter- 
son) merchant tailors, 258 S. Dela- 
ware. 

Peterson Erasmus, bootmaker, bds. 259 S. 
Delaware. 

Peterson Hanz, confectionery, 257 S. Del- 
aware, r. same. 

Peterson James, cabinetmaker, r. 373 
S. E;ist. 

Peterson James, engineer, r, 389 S. East. 

Peterson Jesse P. (P. & Bro.) bds. 225 S. 
Delaware. 

Peterson John, carpenter, Eagle Machine 
Works bds. California House, 

Peterson John J., elk., Western House, 
bds. same. 

Peterson Lawrence, boot and shoemaker, 
10 W, Maryland, bds. California 
House. 



Peterson Louis, shoemaker, bds. Califor- 
nia House. 

Peterson Niel, (P. & Bro.) bds. 255 S. 
Delaware. 

Peterson Taylor, student, E. T. Johnson, 
rooms same. 

Petny John, (col'd) lab., r, 170 Elm. 

Pettibone A, H. (P. & Burke) rooms 20 
and 21 Talbott & News blk. 

Pettibone Edward, house and signpainter, 
r. 124 Blackford. 

Pettibone & Burke. (A. 11. P. and J. H. 
B.) fine job printers, 20 and 21 Tal- 
boit & New's blk. 

Pelticor John, lab., r. 60 Beaty. 

Pettis A. P. (P., Dickson & Co.) r. New 
York City. 

PETTIS, DICKSON & CO. (A. P. 

P., A. D. and ) whol. and retail 

dealers in dry goods and notions, 
Olenn's blk. 

Pettit A. II. (P., r-raden & Co.) r. N. 
Tennessee N. of Tinker. 

PETTIT, BKADEN & CO., bank- 
ers, 3 Bates House blk. 

Pettit Cornelius B., plasterer, r._142 N. 
Winston. 

Pettit Joseph, pastor, St. John's Catholic 
Church, r. 76 W. Georgia, 

Pettit William, (P., Braden & Co.) r. cor. 
Tennessee and Tinker. 

Pettit Willis H., teller, Citizens' National 
bank, r. same. 

Petty James, teamster, r. 131 Bates. 

Petty John, works Aldrich & Gay, r. 25 
Bright. 

Petty Julius, lab., r. 350 Indiana av. 

Petty Mansur, lab., r. 350 Indiana av. 

Petty Ransom, lab., bds, 350 Indiana av. 

Peyton Wm. B. (col'd) r. 187 W. Second. 

Pfaendler Nicholas,](P. & Zogg) r. 320 W. 
Washington. 

PFAENDLER & ZOGG, ( W. P. and 
F. Z.) box mauuf'acurers, cor. Louis- 
iana and Mississippi, 

Pfaff John, salesman, r. 405 N. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Pfaff J. L., traveler, Landers, Conduitt & 
Co., bds. 153 N. West. 

Pfaff John W. (J. C. Burton & Co.) r. 405 
N. Pennsylvania. 

Pfaff William A. (J. C. Burton & Co.) r, 
153 N. West. 

Pfafflin Theodore, elk., F. Smith, r. 25 W. 
North. 

Pfafflin Wm, F., salesman, 29 W. Wash- 
ington, bds 408 N. Tennessee. 

Pfaifling Theodore, grocer, cor. Missis- 
sippi and Vermont, r. 25 W. North. 

Pfau George, commercial traveler, r. 437 
N, Illinois. 

Pfeifer George, woodsawyer, r. 150 E. St. 
Joseph. 

Pfeifer Wm., shoemaker, bds. Globe House 



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Pfenning Wm., guilder, r. lai n. East. 
Pfent Michael, lab., r. al. bet. East and 

North, 
Pfingst Charles, elk., W Hacrle, bds. Cali- 
fornia House. 
Pfingsl George F., elk., W. Haerle, bds. 

342 N. niinoss. • 

Pfilzer Johu, lab, r. 58 Cobui-n. 
Pfleger Jacob, tailor, r. 124 N. Davidson. 
Pfleger Jacob K., carpenter, r. 121 H. 

Davidson. 
Phelan Catherine Mrs. r. 361 Virginia av. 
Phelen James, lab,, r. 138 Maple. 
Phelen Michael, lab., r. 138 Maple. 
Phelen Wm., machinist, C. C. & I. C. R. 

R. 
Phelps Allen C, carriagepainter, bds. 27G 

N. Mississippi. 
Phelps Allen E, saddler, r. 27G N. Mis- 
sissippi. 
Phelps Joseph, lab., r. 222 S. Missouri. 
Phelps Simon, engineer, C. 0. C. & I. R. 

R., r. 332 E. Louisiana. 
Pherson William, lab., r. lOU W, Wash- 
ington. 
Philbin J. W., traveler Josselyn Bros. & 

Co., bds. cor. Market and Circle. 
Phillips Edward, porter Tutewiler Bros, 
Phillips James, boilermaker, r. White's 

boarding house. 
Phillips James E., conductor J. M. & I, 

R. R., bds. Depot Dining Hall. 
Phillips James, (col'd) lab., r. Lafayette 

R. R., bet. First and Second. 
Phillips J. B,, eating house, 75 S. Illinois, 

r. same. 
Phillips Thomas H., tailor, r. 147 W. 

Maryland. 
Phillips Warren, elk., r. 147 W. Mary- 

land. 
Pillips W. S., elk. Iloosier Store, bds. 147 

W. Maryhuid. 
Phipps Bros. (U, R. P. and C. R. P.) 

wiilches, clocks. Jewelry, etc., 32 W. 

Wnshinglon. 
Phipps C. R. (Phipps Bros.) r, cor. Na- 
tional rd. and Arsenal. 
Phipps E. R. (Phipps Bros.) bds. 172 N. 

Delaware. 
Phipps John M , physician and surgeon, 

r, 233 N. Noble. 
Phipps Joseph, bookkeeper .Braden & 

Burford, r. 224 E. Market. 
Phipps L. M., Assistant U. S. Assessor 

Internal Revenue, r, 187 N, Alabama. 
Phipps Rebeca, (wid. William) r. 154 N, 

, West. 
PHCENTX BELL AND BRASS 

FOUNDRY, 26 Union Railroad 

track, Schneider & Co., proprietors. 
Phole William H., elk. Browning & Sloan, 

bds. Pyle House. 
Pholma Otto P., vetrinary surgeon, bds. 

California House. 



155 PIG 

BENHAM BRO'S, 



36 East Washington St., 
mDIANAPOUS MANUFACTURING CO.'S 

jR J. A.1S <y ^ , 

ELEGANT IN TONE AND FINISH, 

Durjifele in Consti-uction. 



PICKERILL GEO. W., physician 
and surgeon, 30J N. Pennsylvania, 
r. 104 Plum. 
Pickerill Samuel J. (Jones & P.) r. 104 

Plum. 
Pickett Michael, cooper, bds. 3G6 W. 

Washington. 
Piel Henry, blacksmith, r. 122 N. Illinois. 
Piel Richard, works rolling mill, bds. 78 
N. McCarty. 

Piel Sophia, (wid,) r, 51 Orietal, 

Piel Will F., proprietor, Union Starch 
Frctory, r, 6(J5 E. Washington. 

Piele Herman, lab. P. C. & St, L. freight 
depot, r. 130 E, McCarty. 

Pierce Albert, engineer, I. C. & L. R. R., 
bds. 47 Bates. 

Pierce Charles, carpenter, bds. 64 W. 
Maryland. 

Pierce Converse, works, John Carlisle, r.' 
307 W. Market. 

Pierce Doe, (col'd) r. 189 Douglass al. 

PIERCE D. J., agent, 16 N. Dela- 
ware, bds. Mrs. McCormick's. 

Pierce Ephriam, (cold) lab., r. cor. Chris- 
tian av, and Ash. 

Pierce Harrison, (col d) r. Cherry, cor. 
Ash. 

Pierce Henry D„ lawyer, 24 J E. '\yash- 
ington, r. 570 N. Meridian. 

Pierce James, teamster, r. 177 N. Liberty. 

Pierce S. J,, printer. News Office, bds. (iO 
Indiana av. 

Pierce William, teamster, r. 292 Massa- 
chusetts av. 

Pierce Winslow S., pres't North and South 
R. R. Co., r. 670 N. Meridirn. 

Piermont Annie, chambermaid, Ray 
House, r. same. 

Pierson Charles, barbershop, r. 316 E. 
Washington, 

Pierson C, C, (Strong, Smith & Co,) r, 
cor. Christian av, and Plum. 

Pierson David, hackdriver, r, 109 Rail- 
road, 

Pierson E, W, physician, r. 340 N, Noble. 

Pierson I, J., cutler, 37 E, Washington, 
bds. Palmer House, 

Pierson James,' carpenter, r, 432 E, St, 
Clair. 

Pierson Lewis, barber, r. 325 E. Wash- 
ington. 

Pierson S. D., cutter, G. Green, r. 11 Mas- 
sachusetts av. 

Pigg Sarah Mrs., r, 284 E, Louisiana. 



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THE CHINA TEASTORtS 

ARE AMONG THE 

Attractions of Indianapolis. 

Call and See Them before leaving the City 

Pilbeam Sarah C. Miss, r. 279 Kemuck\ 

Piiikston Andrew, (col'd) porter, 24 S. 

Meridian, bds. 131 Bright. 
Pinney J., machinisl, r. 18 W, Georgia 
Piscaior August, mnnufacturer of surgi- 
cal iQsirunients, \2 S. Delawure, r. 

Pittman G. S., with McCo.d & Wlieatly, 

r. 437 E. Georgia. 
Pittman Robert C, engineer, r. 208 W. 

Ohio. 
Pitts Geo. W., ice dealer, r. 370 N. Ten- 

Pitls Henrv, l:.b, r. 124 E. Merrill. 

Pins Thomas, lab., r. N. Missouri. 

PITTSBURG, CINCINNATI & 
ST. LOUIS R. R., J. F. Miller, 
Superintendent, office cor. Virginia 
av.and Delaware, bds. Depot Dining 



57 N. Alabrama. 
, Meridian, bds. 



Hall. 



Pitzer Henry, elk., bds, 

Piizer W. H , elk., 48 
157 N. Alabama. 

Place Daniel \V., nursery agent, r. 22 
Bates. 

placke .1. Henry, cigarmaker, bds. Illi- 
nois House. 

Plask Charles, harnessraaker, bds. Cali- 
fornia House. 

Plank Isaac, switchman C. C. C. & I. It. 
R., r. 384 E Market. 

Plank James, conductor, C. C. & I. C. R. 
K., bds. 58 Kenton. 

Plant George, engine-r, r. 310 E. Georgia. 

Plant John, lab., 310 E. Georgia. 

Plait Win, ergincer, r. 20T N. Winston. 

Piatt William, machinist, C. C. C. & I. R. 
R. shops. 

Plalz Valeuline, mechanic, r. 4.55 E. .Mar- 
ket. 

Plimpton C. H., checkman P. C. & St. L. 
freight depot, r. 393 E. Georgia. 

Plialen '^harles F., pianoraaker, bds Pat- 
lison House. 

Ploch John, elk., bds. 518 E. Washington. 

Plogstertli Victor, gi'ocery and feed S'ore, 
207 N. Tlavidson, r. same. 

Plumb H. H., salesman, J. H. Baldwin & 

Co., bd^. 3G N. Pennsylvania. 
Plummer Edward, painler.Shaw, I.ippcn- 

cott &lT)nner, r. 216 E. Market. 
P;uramer tleanor,(wiJ.) r. 216 E. Market. 
Plummer J. T., letter carrier, r. 58 Hu- 



l^lummer William M., railroader, r. 133 

Harrison. 
Plunket L. C, salesman. New York store. 

bds. Mnzart Hall. 
Plumpion C. H., checkmau, P. C. & St. L, 

K. K freight office, r. 29 Fletcher av. 
Poehler fiedrick, elk., cor. Meridian and 

Ray, bds. same. 
I'oehler Loui«. groceries and provisions, 

cor. Meridian and Ray, r. sime, 
Pohler Christian, drayman, r. 385 Vir- 
ginia av. 
Pohler William, lab., r. 397 Virginia av. 
Phom R. Mrs, midwife, r. 203 E. South. 
Pokemeier John, lab , r. IIG N. Winston. 
Pollitt John, draughtsman, 0. F, Mayhew. 
Pollock James, telegraph operator, bds. 

Depot Dining Hall. 
Pollook John C, r, 253 N. Mississippi. 
Pollock J, E., telegraph operator, bds. cor. 

New York and Delaware. 
Polsom Jas , biakeman, I. P. & C, R. R., 

bds. Spencer House. 
POLSTKR FREDERICK, saloon, 

144 Indiana av., r, satne. 
Ponder Milton, stock agent, B. & O. R, R., 

r. 144 N. E.St 
Poole Joseph, Secy, Indiana Slate Board of 

Agriculture, office. State House, r. 

Attica, Indiana. 
Poole A. J . engiuetr, C. C. & I. C. R, R., 

r. 50 B.ites. 
Poore Mark, general agent, Amicable 

Life Insurance Co , 45J E. Washlug- 

I'oorman David S., express driver, r. 476 
Virginia av. 

Pope Abuer, retire.!, r. 74 W. North. 

Pope A. G., salesman, .59 S. Aliridian, i. 
179 Massachusetts a v. 

Pope Charles, actor, r. 14 W, North. 

Pope Henry, chairmakcr, r. 381 Virginia 
av. 

Pope Henry, lab., r. 199 N. West. 

Pope Henry F., carpenter, r. 199 N. 
West. 

Pope James P., h.irnessmaker, r. 29 Meek, 

Pope Mary Ann, (wid.) r. 29 Meek. 

Pope William, r. 67 Harrison. 

Pope William, (George Holtz & Co.) bds 
California House. 

Popenhaus Henry, baggageman, Unioa 
Depot,- r. 17 Meek. 

Popp Albert, machinist, bds. Kolb Board- 
ing house, Kentucky av. 

Poppensieker Gottlieb, lab., r. 362 E. 
New York. 

Porter Albert G. (P. Harrison & Fish- 
back) r. 501 N. Tennessee. 

Porter A., (wid.) r. 307 W. McCariy. 

Porter Casper, bJs. 4i9 E. St. Clair, 

Porter Casper, woodworker, Shaw Lip- 
pencott & Cjnuor, bds. 00 S. Pensyl- 
vaiiia, 



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PORTER, HARRISON & TISH- 
BACK, (A. Ci. 1'., Ben. H. uud W. 
1'. F.) Hiloi-neys at law, 5 Yohii's hlU, 

Porter Jacob, (coi'd, Porter & Jiorris) 
lids. cor. Norih and Biigh:. 

Porter Onier T., dealer in canned foreign 
fruits", 61 S. Meridian, r. Ui E. St. 
Clair. 

Porter S. P.. bookUeeper, 40 S. Meridian, 
r. 350 N. Meridian. 

PORTER THEO R., custom tailor, 
over 24 W. Washington, bds. cor. 
Nor(!.i and Ulake. 

Porter William, cooper, r, 270 W, Mer- 
rill. 

Porter William, (cold) saloon, cor. Ken- 
tucky av. and Mississippi, r. 149 
Bright. 

Porter W, H., yardman, J. M. & 1. R. R., 
r, 3G1 S.Delaware. 

Porter W. H., boardinghouse, 74 N, Penn- 

Porter W. M. & .J, F,, barbers and lair 
dressers, 129 S, illiuois, r.tor. Bright 
and North. 

Pott Charles jr., elk 74 N. Illinois, bds. 

PoltiiKe Uet.jirain, r. 127 W. Market. 

POTTAGE CHARLES E., hard- 
ware iwerchai.t, 77^ W . Washington, 
r. 'J ICllsworih. 

Pottage Thomas, bds. 127 W. Market. 

Potter Gtorge, (cold) lab, r. Lafayette 
Railroad bet. First and Second. 

Potter N. 0,, bookkeeper, St. l-ouis Mutual 
Life Iu!>urance Co., bds 36 Circle. 

Potter J.phu L., carpenter, r. ItJ'J W. lUi- 

Poiter John L., sawfilcr, r 77 Jones. 
I'otts John, cigaiiiiakcr, bds. Cliutoa nr. 

New Jeisey. 
Pound William, associate editor. Evening 

News, r. 222 N. Delaware. 
Powell Charles, wiper, C. C. C. & I. R. R. 

shops. 
Powell David, railroader, r. 434 N. New 

Jersey. 
Powell Geo. W., bds. 434 N. New Jersey. 
Powell James, (col'd) bib, r. African al. 

bet. Sixth and Seventh. 
Powell John, blacksmith, C, C. & I. C. R. 

R. 
Powell John M., salesman, r, 434 N, New 

Jersey. 
Powell -M. M , elk., 10 W. Washington, r. 

82 W. Market. 
Powell Bobert, lab., r. 48 Cherry. 
Power John, machinist, r. &07 S. Tennes- 
see, 
Power Stephen, lab., r. G5 Maple. 
Powers Margaret, (wid. Patiick) r. 5-5 

Fayette. 
Powers Michael, cigarmaker, 108 S. llli- 



BENHAIVI BRO'S, 

SC, F.. Wasliinglton St , 

INDIANAPOLIS MANUFAGTURINS CO.'S 
3?I AlVO i* . 



Powers Michai-1 J., cigarmaker, bjs. 28 
W. G.^orgia. 

Powers Pat'ck, machinist, r. 271 S. Penn- 
sylvania. 

Powers Thomas, lab, r. 273 S. Pennsyl- 

Powers Thomas, lab , r. 27 Ilahn. 

Prail Frederick J., bricklayer, r. 214 N. 
Winston. 

Prange Anthony F. (P. & Co ) r. 318 E. 
Washington. 

Prange Cli.ales, (P. & Co.) r. 04 Michi- 
gan rd. 

Prange Frederick, expressman, r. 193 N. 
Davidson. 

Prange Frederick, carpentershop, r. 280 
S. Miiicis. 

Prange & Co. (C. P., A. F. P. and R, C. 
Buddeiibaum) dry goods and grocer- 
ies, 3M E. Washington. 

Prasse Henry, variety store, 440 Virginia 
a v., r. same. 

Praiher Austin B., assistant assessor, r. 
SU N. .Mi-sissippi. 

Pratt Julius F, bookkeeper Osgood & 
Co., bds. 341 S. Meridian. 

Pray Enos G., r 84 Christian av. 

Pray William, (Gates & C.) r. 77 N. Ala- 
bama. 

Pregor Henry, stonemason, r. 330 Rail- 
road. 

I'renatt F. J. (P. & O'Connor) r. Madi- 
son, Ind. 

Prenatt & Conno-. (F. J. Pronait and 
Michael O'Connor) whol. dealers in 

etc., 14l's. MeiiJian!' '^" '^' •='"'" ^' 
Prentice l.eiia Miss, actress, bds. 73 \V. 

Maryland. 
Prentzel August, lab., r. 207 Kentucky 

av. 
Pressel Albert, porter Butsch, Dickson & 

Pressel Anna, pvid. Augustus) r, 102 

Oak 
Pressel Charlotte, (wiJ. Philip) r. 110 

Plum, 
Pressel George, bricklayer, bds. 102 Oak. 
Pressel John II, carpenter, r. 110 Plum. 
Pressel Mary, (wid.) r. 47U N. East. 
Pressel Oliver 11., teamster, bds. 110 

Plum. 
Presiel Thomas J., carpenter, r, 1(10 W. 

Washi.fgtou. 
Pressel Wm. H., carpenter, r. 171 Spring. 



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H. H- LEE 

Mnkea a Specialty of 

CHOIC23 aOLSEN RZO, 

OLD GOVEENMENT JAVA COFFEES. 



QUI 



Pressly John T., saw mili and lumber 
dealer, cor. Louisiana and West, r. 
119 S. East. 

Preslon Alfred, elk., r. 32 E. Court. 

Preston Elliott, expressman Union Depot, 
r. 324 S. Meridian. 

Preston .Margaret, (wid.) r. 32 E. Court. 

Preston S. N., printer. Sentinel Office, 
bds. Circle Restaurant. 

Price Denjamin, mill wright, r. 115 W, 
Soiitli. 

Price Carrie Mrs., seamstress, r. 47 Noble, 

Price E. J. Mrs , teacher, N. W. C, Uni- 
versity, r. 02 Broadway. 

Price John P., bartender, 103 S. Illinois. 

Price Josiph, (cold) lab., r. 116 Ash. 

Price William C, produce dealer, r. 379 
N. West, 

Priegnitz August, lab., bds. 112S. Ben- 

Priegnitz Wm., carpenter, r. 112 S. Ben- 
ton, 

PRIER HENRY J., agent reapers 
and mowers aud dealer in ngricultu' 
ral implements, 203 V.. Washington, 
bds. 691 N. Tennessee. 

Primis Samuel, (col'd) lab., r. 233 N. 
West. 

Princel Henry, (col'd) lab., r. 94 Elm. 

Princel Henry, moulder, r, 125 E. Stevens. 

Prindle Bruce, moulder, r. 298 Chestnut. 

Prine Thomas, elk. Murphy, Johnston & 
Co., bds. Sherman House. 

Pringle W. W., law student, r. 96 E. 
Washington. 

Prinz John D, salesman, 12-S S. Meri- 
dian, r. 83 N. Noble. 

Prossei John, dyer and scourer, 50 N. 
Illinois, r, same. 

Protzmau Belle .Miss, dress and cloak 
maker, 48 S. Illinois, bJs, same. 

Prolzman Ferdinand, publisher, r. 48 S. 
Illinois. 

Protzman W. H„ painter, r. 159 N. Mis- 
sissippi. 

Prunk D. H, physician, 30 N. Jlissis- 
sippi, r. 372 W. New York. 

Pryor Lewis, (col d) lab., r. 298 E. ^lich- 
igan. 

Pugli James, traveler, Kinble, Aikman 
& Co., bdS;,Ji«Tf5n"!Tl-Hmel, 

Puller John.-^rkeeper, r.^abash, bet, 
Liberty and Noble. 

Furcell Michael D,, picture dealer, r. 124 
N, East. 



Purcell Persey, watchman, Bunte & Dick- 
son, r. 384 E. Market. 

Purcell Pizarro, engineer, r. 376 E. Mar- 
ket. 

Purcell Sarah, (col'd, wid. Daniel) r. W, 
Second nr. Howard. 

Purcell T. W.. salesman. 108 S. Meridian, 
bds. Sherman House. 

Pursel Peter, foreman, Munson & John- 
ston, r. 26 Douglass. 

Pursell A. E., demist 1 and 2 Martin- 
dale blk., r. 278 N. Mississippi. 

Purton Henry, works rolling mill, r. 278 
Chestnut. 

Putins Louis, tailor, r. 229 Union. 

Putnam L. II. Miss, editor, Little Chief, r. 
16 Center. 

Putnam Sarah, (wid. Silas) r. 16 Cen- 
ter. 

Puttjman James, (col'd) lab., r. 266 W. 
North. 

Pyburn Hahneman, gardener, bds. 79 N. 
Pennsylvania. 

Pyburn Mrs. H., dealer in books, periodi- 
cals, etc., P. 0. news stand, N. Penn- 
sylvania, 

Pyle House, 95 N. Meridian, John Pyle, 
prop'r. 

Pyle John, prop'r, Pyle House, 95 N. Me- 
ridirn. 



Q" 



ACK CHRISTIAN, lab., r, 37 Mad- 
son rJ. 

Qijuuck C, lab., starch factory. 

Quanitance Daniel, grocer, 68 'Virginia 
av., r. same. 

Quarmby Joseph T., stonemason, r. 182 
N. Missouri. 

Quig Edwin, lab., r. 9 Sbarpe. 

Quigley Albert, works American saw 
works, bds. 54 S. Pennsylvania. 

Quigley Bridget, (wid. Patrick) r. 22 
Eddy. ./■ 

Quill John, lab.^ U. S. arsenal. 

Quillan Wipiam, roller, Thos. Madden. 

Quinelll^ac, confectioner, _311 E Wash- 
ington, r. same. 

Quintan M., soldier, U. S Arsenal. 

Qur'nlan Jumes, porter, Spencer House. 

Qninn David, notion dealer, r. 312 S. Illi- 
nois. ^ 

Quinn Edward, shoemaker, r. 250 S, Mis- 
sissippi. 

Quinn James, works rolling mill, bds. 
300 S. Tennessee. 

Quinn John, saloon, 245 W. Maryland, r. 
same. 

Quinn John, foreman, H. Allen, r. 303 S. 
Pennsylvania. 

Quinn Martin, lab., r. 109 n. West. 

Quinn William, lab , r. 810 Blake. 

Quinnis John, elk., 33 E. Washington, r. 
32 W.Ohio. 



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RAAB JOHN, wood dealer, r. 26 1 Mas- 
Bachusetts av. 
Uftbb Maggie Mrs., r. 149 N. California. 
Kabb Mary, (wid.) bda. Macy House. 
Kabb Sebastian, boot and shoemaker, 9 

N. Illinois, r. 242 S, Delaware. 
Raber Goltfred, slonecutter, r. 208 S. Del- 
aware. 
Raby William, works, Osgood, Smith & 

Co., r. 274 W. Market, 
Racker Peter, saloon and grocery, 2fl0 

W. Maryland. 
Radcliffe J. C, with Woollen. Webb & 

Co., bds. 1(37 N. Tennessee. 
Racbley Lewis, cabinetmaker, r. 132 

iSpring. 
Rachel R. C, seamstress, r. 44 Massachu- 
setts ay. 
Rafcrt Anthony, carpenter, r. 74 E. 

Nor(h. 
Rafert A. F., Builders Emporium, 75 E. 

Walnut, r. 74 E. North. 
Rafert C. F., carpenter, r, 83 E. Pratt. 
Rafert Henrv, r. 119 E. St. Mary. 
Rafterty Tho'ma.o, lab., r. 175 Meek. 
Raffert Wm , drayman, r. 242 Chestnut. 
Ragin Charles, railroader, C. G. & I. C. 

R. R., r. 283 E. Georgia. 
Rahn Albert, lab., bds. 293^ E. Washing- 
ton. 
Rahrer & Bro. (S. B H. and H. R.) gro- 
ceries and provisions, 182 Indiana 

av, 
Raible Louis, cabinetmaker, r. Spring, ' 
Raible John, tailor, r. 340 E. Market. 
Rail John, lab., r. 393 S. .Missouri. 
Railsback Adaline C. Mrs., dressmaker, 

r. 186 BlMke. 
Raina Charles I., miller, r. 19 Douglass. 
Rains H , sawmill, r. 23 E. North. 
Rains Levi, bds. 28 E. North. 
Rains Mary, (wid. George) r. 19 Doug- 
Ralph A. J., traveling agent, Scott, West 

& Co., r. 40 I N. East. 
Ramsey Alex., plumber, bds. 135 E. St. 

Joseph. 
Ramsey Geo. B., trader, r. 99 S. Benton. 
Ramsey J. F., r. 260 N. Illinois. 
Ramsey Samuel, (ool'd) lab., r. 38 Center. 
Ramsey Thomas, bricklayer, r. 336 E. 

Washington. 
Ramsey Walter, plumber, bds. 135 E. St, 

Joseph. 
Ramsey William, gns fitter, bds. 135 E. 

St. Joseph. 
Ramsier Christian, gardner. r. 351 W. 

Pennsylvania. 
Rand Frederick, (R. & Hall) r. 270 N. 

Illinois. 
Rand W. M., elk., Martin & Hopkins, bds 

398 N. Alabama. 
Rand & Hall, (F. R. and R. H.) attorneys 

at law, 24J E, Washington. 



BENMAM BRO'S, 



36 Ii:ast AVasUiug:tou St. 



BUKOETX ORGAN. 



Randall B., elk., 29 S. Illinois, r. same. 
Randall George, carpenter, r. 784 N 

Illinois. 
Randall Henry, carpenter, r. 784 N. lUi 



Randall H, P., assistant assessor, r. 19 E. 
St. Joseph, 

Randall Nelson A., prop, New York oys- 
ter liouse, 29 S. llinois, r. same. 

Randalls Charles, elk,, r. 323 N. Dela- 
ware. 

Ranihau James, undertaker, r. Indiana 
nv. bet. North and Californi.i, 

Rankin Albert, plasterer, r. 754 N. Ten- 
nessee. 

Rankin William, paper finisher, works 
Caledonia paper mill. 

Rann Eve, (ool'd, wid.) r, 209 Blake. 

Rann Kate, (col'd, wid. Bryant) r. 171 
Indiana av, 

Rann Mary A. (col'd) bds. 167 Indiana 
av. 

RA.NSDELL DANIEL M., city 
clerk, r, 346 N. Meridian. 

Ransford William P. (II. & Denton) r, 
Laporte, Ind. 

Ransford & Denton, (W. P. Ransford and 
A. B. Benton) general agents Conti- 
nenlinental Life Insurance Co., pf 
Hartford, Conn, S. W. cor. Washing- 
ton and .Meridian. 

Rapp Casper, farrier, r. 230 S, Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Rapp Fritz, barkeeper, bds. 101 E. South. 

Rapp Fred J., r. 240 E. Market. 

Rapp Sebastian, shoemaker, r. 242 S. 
Delaware. 

Rarig Alex., foreman Greenleaf & Co , bds. 
52 Eddy. 

Rasch Joseph, brewer, r. 328 S. Delaware, 

RASCHIG CHARLES M., dealer 
in cigars, tobacco and snutf, HE. 
Washington, r. 200 N. Tennessee. 

Raschig Edward, elk. American M. U. 
Express Co,, r. 126 E. North. 

Rasener Fred, Wm., grocer, 288 E. Wash- 
ington, r. same. 

Rasener William, tollman, r. 155 Union- 

Rasfeld Ferd , elk, with Henry Reese, 
113 a>,d llo W. Washington, r. 
same. 

Rassmann Carles, Arsenal E.xchange, r. E. 
Washington, ni>. Deaf and Dumb 
Asylum. 

Ratti Francis A., r. 318 N. East. 



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160 



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THE CHiNA TEA STORES 

IIuvo Iho NAME of being Hio 

rvl33T ATTRACTIVE STORES IN THE WEST. 



>o. ■: Odd Fellows Mall 

ac*de:?«y of music coiesiEU. 



Ralti Francis A., jr., pressman, r. 318 N. 

E..st. 
Ratti Joseph, printer, Journal ofnue, r. 

318 N. Kast. 
Rau 13enj:imin, (R. & Bombarger) r. 28'J 

Indiana av. 
EATJ & BOMBAEGEK, 1 15 Ran & 

J.E. Uonibiuger) dealoi- in groceries, 

Raiili Ijernliard, readjniade clolliing, No. 
• 1 Palmer Ilonse, r. 10 E. Mich- 

Raiih'Lip, (R. & Bro.) r. Cincinnati, 0. 

Raiih Brolilhers. l8ol. Kauli and Lip 
Ranli) dealers lu ciolhing and penis 
furnishing goods. No. 1 Palmer 
House. 

Rauh Sol. (R. & Bro ) r. Cincinnati, O. 

R.iwlings B. F. Rev., r. 80 Christian 

Rauschenbich Caroline, .Mrs., bds. 275 

E, New A'ork. 
Rauser George, bakery, 08 S. West, r, 

Rnvencraft. Francis !M., cooper, r. cor. 

New York and Blake. 
RaveiidiMi Chaik-s. shoemaker, r. 187 E. 

Si>ulh. 
Raver (jha.les, lab., Peru Depot, 139 E. 

Merrill. 

R.iver , r. 2G8 E. Merrill. 

Rawzell Samnel, flagman, railroad cross 

Rny A. S., produce dealer, r. 147 Bu- 
chanan. 

Ray Charles A., Judge Supreme Court, r. 
144 N. Illinois. 

Ray II. C, ailorney at law, r. N. Penn- 
sylvania, cor. Seventh. 

Ray II. J., billiard saloon, 274 E. Wash- 
ington, r. same. 

Kay Isaac, moulder, starch factrry, r. 44 
Forest av. 

Ray James, pres't Bank of the State of 
Indiana, r. 112 N. Meridian. 

Ray John, cabinetmaker, with N. S. 
Baker, r. 274 N. Noble. 

Ray John W.. attorney at law, 42J E 
WiisbinBion, r. National rd., outside 
city limits. 

Ray Mariin .M., attorney, 12 Talbott & 
News 1,1k., r. nw. cor. FeunsyWania 
and Tinker. 

Ray S. W„ paientwright, r. 23 Bales. 

Ray William, lab,, r. 24 Bates. 



Ray W, S., attorney, 12 Talbott & News 

bk., r. nw. cor. Pennsylvania and 

Tinker. 
Raymond Annie Miss, waiter, Spencer 

House. 
Raymond Samuel, blacksmith, r. 49 8. 

Pennsyluania. 
Rayser Jacob, (col'd) porter, Hume, 

Adams & Co., r. Third, bet. Tennes- 
see and .Mississippi. 
Rayner I,. A., 24 N. Pennsylvania, bds. 

52 N. Pennsylvani.a. 
Raynor G. A., traveling agent H. F. West 

& Co., r. 523 N.Tennessee. 
Read George D., machinist, I. C. & L. R. 

R. shops, r. 185 Bates. 
Read George H , lab., 185 Bates. 
Reade E., marblecutter, 30 E. Market, 

bds. 419 N. East. 
Reading T. C, sup't Shaw, Lippencott & 

Conner, r. 20 W. Georgia. 
Reading W., works Shaw, Lippencott & 

Conner, bds. 20 W. Georgia. 
Reagen ]). J., bookkeeper, 54 S. Meridian 

r. 023 N. Illinois. 
Reagan Edward, boilermaker, r. 132 S 

Tennessee. 
Reagan Martha A. (wid.) r. 623 N. Uli 

Ream Robert, Sheemaker, bds. 44 S. Ten 

nessee. 
Ream Laura Mis», newspaper correspon 

dent, r. 25 Virginia av. 
Reasner Anthony, drayman, r. 23 E 

McCarly. 
Reasner Fred W., grocer, r. 08 Michigan 

rd. 
Reasner Wm., laV, r. 286 N. Noble, 
Reasner Wm. F. (R. & Schildmeyer) r. 

Michigan rd. 
Reasner & Schildmeyer, (W. F. R. and A. 

8.) dry goods and groceries, 593 E. 

Washington. 
Reaume Anthony, r. 2 McGill. 
Reaume John A., elk., R, R. Parkers, r. 

2 McGill. 
Rech George, elk, 44 W. Louisiana, bds. 

118 S. Illinois. 
Rech William, telegraph operator, bds. 

Bluff rd., S. city limits. 
Reck .Matlie, (wid, George) r. 77 W. 

First. 
Recker Alexander, cabinetmaker, r. 219 

E. Ohio. 
Recker George, cigarmaker, r. 135 E. 

Washington. 
Recker Gossfricd, elk., r. 233 S. New 

Jersey. 
Recker Hubert, carpenter, r. 507 E. Mar- 

ket. 
Recker Robert, musician, bds. 507 E. 

Market. 
Rector N., inspector I. C, & L, freight 



RER 



Keiding Jeremiah, maoliiaist, r. 71 S. 

Ponnsylvanhi. 
RedfielJ D. A., r. 71 W. Michigan. 
Kedford James, lub., r. 400 S. Delaware. 
Redfoi-d J. E., r. 80 N. Pennsjlvinia. 
Redman Dennis, lab. rooling mill, r. 301 

W. Merrill. 
Redman John, stovefitter, r. 243 W. Mary- 
land. 
Redman 0. A., printer. Journal office, 

bds. 31 W. Ohio. 
Redman .\lr^., r. 243 W. Maryland. 
Redmond Henry, lab., r. 31 W. St.. CUir. 
Redmond Harriet Mrs., r. 88 S. Ill-nois. 
Redmond Laura Miss, bds. 38 S. Illinois. 
Redmond Thomas, saloon and produce 

dealer, 346 AV. Washington, r. same 
Redmond William, surveyor, r. 242 W. 

Market. 
Redmond William, messenger, I. C. & L. 

K. R, r. 258 S. Tennessee. 
Reece Clifford K., printer. Sentinel news 

room. 
Reece Mary Miss, boarding house, 89 N. 

Delaware, r. same. ' 

Reed A. (A. R. & Co.) bds, 143 W. Wash- 
ington. 
Reed A. & Co. (A. R. and J.' J. Boyle) 

soda water manufacturers, 276 W. 

Washington. 
Reed Benj. F., local editpr, Commercial, r. 

176 Virginia av 
Reed Edward, (col'd) lab., works Osgood, 

Smith & Co, r. 79 Ann. 
Reed Elizabeth, (wid. William K.) r. 293 

Indiana av. 
Reed Enock, marblccutter, bds. 419 N. 

East. 
Reed P!nos B., editor Indiana Journal of 

Commerce, r. 176 Virginia av. 
Reed E. R., engraver, W, P. Bingham & 

Co., r. 21 S. Pennsylvania. 
Reed Frank, bottler, A. Reed & Co., bds. 

143 W. Washington. 
Reed George, lab., bds. 355 W. Washing 

ton. 
Reed George D., machinist, r. 185 Bates 
Reed George L., weaver, r. California nr, 

North. 
Reed G. H., moulder, r. 185 Bates. 
Reed Hattie, (wid.) seamstress, r. 439 S, 

Illinois. 
Reed Howard, switchman, I. & C. J. R. 

R., bds. 176 Virginia av. 
Reed Jerry, (cold) barber, r. 2G6 W 

North. 
Reed John, (cold) lab., r. 2 Ann. 
Reed John, elk. E. Washington, bds. 134 

N. East. 
Reed John F., elk. r. 134 N. East. 
Reed J. W., merchant, r. 231 Virginia av. 
Reed James, cooper, bds. 114 S. Noble. 
Reed Landy H., carriage painter, r. 134 

S. East. 

18 



IGl REI 

BENHAM BRO'S, 

3G E:ast Washington St.t 

Pianos, Organs and Melodeons Turn 
Moved and RepaireH. 



Reed Louisiana, (wid. John R.) r. 291 

JMassachusetts av. 
Reed Martha J., (wid.) r. 134 N. East. 
Reed Michael, porter, Bales House, r. 87 

S. West. 
Reed Orlando H., coachmaker, r. 134 N. 

East. 
Reed S. A. Mrs., boardinghouse, 30§ N. 

Pennsylvania. 
Reed S B., railroader, r. 185 Bales. 
Reed Thaddets, civil engineer, bds, 175 

Virginia av. 
Reed William E., elk. 3 W. Washington, 

bds. 80 S. Mississippi. 
Rees Catharine, (wid.) r. 95 Oak. 
Reese Charles, sr., cabinetmaker, r. 188 

N. Noble. 
Reese Charles, catiinetmaker, r. 188 N. 

Noble. 
Reese Charles E. (Hi.llweg & Reese) r. 

83 N. East. 
Reese Henry, groceries and provisions, 

113 and 115 W, Washington, r. same. 
Rees H., physician, office 7 S. Alabama, 

r. 315 Virginia av. 
REEVES FRANK J., compiler, J. 

1). Campbell's directories, r. 87 

Union. 
Reeves Sarah, (wid.) r. 46^ N. Meridian. 
Reeves Tomas, lab., r. 13 Dacota. 
Regeela Conrad, elk. 49 W. Washington, 

bds. 23 Kentucky ay. 
Regan Edward, foreman Sinker & Davis' 

boiler shop, r. 132 S. Tennessee. 
Regan John, bell boy, Sherman House. 
Regenauer Casper, janitor City offices. 
Regenauer Louis, lithographer, r. 273 S. 

New Jersey. 
Reger Charles, cabinetmaker, r. 79 

Davidson. 
Reger Charles William, Cabinelmakera' 

Union, r. 79 Davidson. 
Rehan Harry S., cooper, r. 30 N. New 

Jersey. 
Rehe Harmann, carpenter, r, 241 David- 
son. 
Rehling William, dealer in boots and 

shoes, 255 S. Delaware, r. same. 
Reible Charles, works Jackson, Rider & 

Co. 
Reible Charles, r. 518 E. Washington. 
Reich August, policeman, r. 49 Virginia 



Edward, carpenter. Eagle Ma- 
chine Works, r. 123 Spring. 



REI II 

iE ii^ LEE, 

Dealer in 

Teas, Coffees, Sngars & Spices, 

No. 7 ODD FELLOWS HALL 

AND 
ACADEMY OF HIIJSIC C0R>'EH. 

Keichwoin John P., lab., r. 199 K. David- 
son. 
Eeicliwein Thilip, snloon, 50 N. Noble, 

EEIDi COUNCIL & Co. (Enil Reid. 
Jim F. roiMic'l and W. R. ilogsliiie) 
wliol. and retail dpalcie in boolsaud 
shoes, 2-5 W. W.nshington. 

Reid E.i.l. (R.. Council & Co.) bds. 33 W, 
Mixrjland, 

Kcid Cic.iTge L., weaver at Geisendorff's 
Woolen .Mill. 

Keid Julia, (wid.) r. 171 Spring. 

Reider E. C, grocer, 298 E. Washington, 
r. fame. 

Reidy Michael, lab., r. 315 S. Meri- 
dian. 

Eeifle Mnrlin, file cutter, 136 S. Pennsyl- 
vania, r. 30 Union. 

Reimen^chneider Herman, (Krausc &R.) 
r. 83 N. New Joreey. 

Reinncber Jacob, elk., Jlayhew, Warren 
& Co., bds. Sherman llouse. 

Reiners lleniielta, (wid. Jlarlin) r. room 
9 Faloul's blk. 

Reincrl G., butcher, 153 W. M.irket, 
r. prime. 

Reincit George T., grocer, 70 E. Mary- 
land. 

Reinfelt Esrn, works cotton milt, r. 23G 

lil.ike. 
Reinfeli ilrnry. lab., r. 272 Union. 
Keiiibart Josejib V, locksmith, 81 S. Ill 

nni?, V same. 
Reinbart Robert, blacksmith, 81 S. Illli- 

nois. 
Reinbart Vnlnnline, vinegar manufac- 
turer, r. 577 S Meridian. 
Rein'ipiinpr Augusta, (w.d. Jacob) r. 193 

Huron. 
Reinbcimer Lewis, lab., r, 109 Huron. 
Reiulieiitier Nathan. P.ilmer House cloth 

inp store, r. 21'> S. Uelawnre. 
Reinioke Frederick, sr., moulder, Eagle 

Muchine Works, r.347 S. Alab.ima 
Reiniike Frederick, jr., moulder, Eagle 

Mncbine Work.s,bd3.317 S. Abibama. 
Reinicke Julius, elk., 1>. Lehr, bds. same 
lleiniiin Albert, cigarmaker, r. 753 N, 

Tennessee. 
Reinkii. Heurv, cigarii and tobacco, 206 

E. Washineton, r same. 
KEINMAN BEINHART, beer 

jl'iiden, 2.j2 E. Washing'on, r. same. 
Reis Isaac, cabinet maker, r. 109 Winston. 



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ing Louis, gasfitter, 



S. Dela- 



Uclsner A., drayman, r. 23 E. McCarty. 
Hcisner Ellen, ( wid.) r. 240 S. Tennessee, 
lieisner George, salesman, 25 W. Wash- 
ington, r. 240 N. Tennessee. 
Reisner William, lab., r. 280 N. Noble. 
Reissner Albert, (Ueilz & U.) r. 184 N. 

Blake. 
Reissner Frank, currier, r. 335 S. East, 
lieitz Cliurles, agent sewing mncbine, 15 
Virginia nv , r 287 S. Pennsylvania. 
REITZ FRANK B., city beer gar- 
den, 150 E. W.ashinglon, r. same. 
Reilz Henry, pianu teacher, room 8 iEtna 

bUlg., r. 277 S. Pennsylvania. 
Reitzel Christian, machinist r.419 S. Illi- 

noia. 
Rely Frederick, watchman, J. M. & I. R. 
1!. engine house, r. 232 Madison nv, 
Remas Victor, gardener, r. 270 S. Noble. 
Renahan Josepli, lab., r. 72 Fayette. 
RENARD EUGENE, proprietor. 
People's Saloon, 299 E. Washington, 
r. same. 
Rennrd John, stonecutter, r. 321 E. New 
York. 

Renauer , r. 59 Ilosbrook. 

Rcnch Henry, boilermaker, C. C. C. & I. 

R. R. shops. 
Rencbler Adam,' works Novelty Works. 
Rennchan Josepli, porter, Bates House. 
Renner Christian, bl icksniith. shop 423 

S. Meridian, r, 427 S. Meridian. 
Renner John B., carriage trimmer, r. 34 

S. Alabama. 
Renner l.ouis, stonemason, r. 201 Huron, 
Renncrt George, salesman, 174 W. Wash- 
ington, r. 70 E. Maiyland. 
Rensman Hermann, dyer and scourer, 28 

Rentscli Elwaid, groceries and provi- 
sions. 172 S, Illinois, r, sime. 

Rentscli Herman, grocer, r. 141 E. Wash- 
ington. 

Rentchler Adam, foreman. Union Nov- 
elty Works, bds. California House. 

Rentchler Fred., salesman, r. E. Court. 

Rentsch Ferdinand, elk. 55 ami 57 S. 
Meridian, bds. Emennegger's Hotel. 

Rentsch Robert, elk. 55 and 67 S. .Meri- 
dian, bd.s. 182 N. New Jersey. 

Renzelbrink William, lab., r. 94 Eddy. 

Reoder William, butcher, bdi. 293^ E. 
Washington. 

Rcplogle John, (Lee & U.) r. 190 David- 
son. 

Resoh Joseph, brewer, Schmidt's Brewery, 
r. 328 .S. Delaware. 

Reisener Anthonv. (Reissner & Bro.) r. 
320 E. Vermont. 

Resener Cliristian F.. boot and shoe mnn- 
nfaciurer, St. Clair, nr, Massachu- 
setts av.,'r. same. 



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Resener Chris II., chairmaker, r. 511 S. 
New Jersey. 

Resener C. F , carpenter and builder, r. 
161 N. New Jersey. 

Resener Frank, currier, r. 337 S. East. 

Resener Fred W., elk, r. 179 N. F.nst. 

Resener Henry, dealer in boots and shoe.', 
370 Virgini 1 av., r. 208 Virginia av 

Rescuer Henry F., carpenter, r. 235 N. 
Winston. 

Resener Hermann, porter, r. 240 N. Win- 
ston. 

Resener John F.,dry goods and groceries, 
r. 179 N. East. 

Resener William F. (R. & Bro.) r. 3S1 E. 
Ohio. 

BESENER & BHO., Union Star 
Mill, Cuinbeiland, bet. Alabama and 
Delaware. 

Ressler C. Ilenloy, student, bds. cor. 
liroadwa.v and Chiislian av. 

Ressler Theodore, lab. Roots Foundry, r. 
Ui llosbrook. 

Render William, lab., r. 23 Ellsworth. 

Revrls Willis It. (col'd) r. 205 N. West. 

Revel Wm. W., engineer I. & V. R R., r. 
303 K. Georgia. 

Rexfnrd Ungene, espress messenger, r. 
2'14 N. Illinois. 

Reyer Frederica, midwife, r. 78 N. Noble. 

Reyer George, salesman J. K, Sharpe, r. 
C77 N. Meridian. 

Reynolds Chas, cigar maker, r. 512 E. 
Washington. 

Reynolds Charles E., elk., C. C. C. & I. 
Depot, r. 323 N. Delaware. 

Reynolds Chesley, expressman, r. 79 
Ash. 

Reynolds C. U., locksmith, r. 512 E. 
Washington. 

Reynolds David, cigarmaker, r. 512 E. 
Washington. 

Reynolds Edward, manufacturerof medi- 
cines, r. 160 Virginia av. 

Reynolds Frank, yardmnster C. 0. C. & 
I. R. R. yard, r. 156 N. Liberty. 

Reynolds Henry, lab., bds. 199 W. Mary- 
land. 

Reynolds Isaac, (Smith, R. & Thomas) 
bds. Ray House. 

Reynolds James, lab., bds. 199 W. Mary- 
land. 

REYNOLDS J., township assessor, 
office, 35J E. Washington, r. 287 N. 
Alam.ima. 

Reynolds John, r. 92 W. Ohio. 

Reynolds John, (cold) lab., r. 177 W. 
Second. 

Reynolds John R. manufacturer of medi- 
cine, r. KiO Virginia av. 

Reynolds John M,, expressman, bds. 79 
Ash. 

Reynolds John Vf., carpenter, r. 78 S. 
Benton. 



BENHAM BRO'S, 

3G East Wasliisnton St.^ 

AGENTS FOE THE 

BURDETT ORGAN. 



Reynolds J. M., cigarmaker, r, 512 E» 
Washington. 

Reynolds .Miles M., lab., r. 119 Ash. 

Reynolds M. W., cigar manufacturer, 
244 J E. Washington, r. 612 E. Wash- 
ington. 

Reynolds Orin, traveling agent, r. 107 W. 
South. 

Reynolds Samuel, works Osgood, Smith & 
Co., r. 456 Virginia av. 

Reynolds S. Frank, agenl for W. W. Rcy- 
nobis, r. 512 E. Washington. 

Reyni.Us Thomas E. (Wiles & R.) r. 16 
Virginia nv. 

Reynolds William, elk., r. 323 North Del- 
aware. 

liez Jac"b, shoemiker, 9 N, Illinois. 

Uheinheimer N., dealer in clothing and 
gents furnighing goods, 3 Tulmer 
House, r. 275 S. Delaware. 

Rheinschild John, boot and shoemaker, 
395 N. New Jersey, r. 154 St. Jo- 
seph. 

Rhinehold Jacob, carpenter, r. 373 W. 
Vermont. 

Rhonds Charles W., wa'chman, fire tower, 
r. 231 W, New York. 

Rhoads James, lab., r. 264 Indiana av.' 

Rhoads James F., traveler. Browning & 
Sloan, bds. 444 N. Meridian. 

Rhoads John P., teamster, r. 380 S. Mia- 
souri. 

Rhoads John W., r. 82 E. St. Clair. 

Rhodes Milton, printer. Journal Office, 
bds, 79 Massachusetts av. 

Rhodewali Henry, porter, bds. 48 Orien- 
tal. 

RHODIUS MRS. GEORGE, pro 
prietress, Circle Saloon and Resiau 
rant, 15 N. Meridian. 

Rce Alex., elk. 164 W. Washington, bds. 
184 W. Ohio. 

Rice George H., pumpmaker, r. 69 W 
New York. 

Rice Gustavus, dry goods and notions, 
164 W. Washington, r. 184 W. Ohio. 

Rice Isaac, Cabinetmaliers' Union, r. 107 
N. Winston. 

Rice John, lab, bds. 217 S. Illinois. 

RICE MARTIN H., ediior Masonic 
Home Advocite, bds. Palmer House. 

Rice Patrick, lab., bds. 209 S. Illinois. 

Rice William, clothier, r. 184 W. Ohio. 

Rich Harriet, (wid,) r. 368 W. Washing- 
ton. 



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H. LEE 

HAS BUT 

PRICF, SELLS FOR CASH, 



And Guarantees all Goods 

Sold at the China Tea Stores, 

To be as Represented. 

Rich Jane Miss, r. 220 N. Missouri. 
RICH T. C, phjsicinn, 58 E. Market, 

bds. 52 N. Penrsjlvanin. 
Richard George, lab., bds. E. Court, nr. 

East. 
Richard Wm. C, carpenter, r. 314 E. 

Market. 
Richards Edward N., r. 30 W. Pratt. 
Richards Frank, aloneculter, r. 485 E. 

Georgia. 
Richhards George, compositor, r. 135 E. 

Washington. 
Richards Harvey W., works rolling mill, 

r. 378 S. Illinois. 
Richards J. H., manufacturer of cotton 

and woolen goods, r. 228 E. Louis- 
Richards Kazie, (wid. Richard) r. 176 N. 

Missouri. 
Richards William L., railroader, r. 106 

Hosbrook. 
Richardson Alfred, lab., r. Tenth, nr. 

Lafayette R. R. 
Richardson B. A., bookkeeper, r. 49 S. 

Pennsylvania. 
Richardson Charles, lab. Osgood, Smith 

& Co., r. 331 S. Missouri. 
Richardson Uaniel A., Geisendorff, R. & 

Co., bds. Bales House. 
Richardson Daniel A., teamster, r. 277 

Indiana av. 
Richardson Frank, agent Singer Sewing 

Machine Co, r. 444 N. New Jersey. 
Richardton Frank M., teamster, r. 9 

Elizabeth. 
Richardson Fredrick W., printer, works 

Journal office, r. 102 N. Missouri. 
Richardson 0. 0,, traveling agent L. Q. 

Sherwood, bds. 556 N. Illinois. 
Richardson Jennie, (wid.) boardinghouse, 

79 Massachusetts av. 
Richardson John, teiimster, r 122 JInple. 
Richardt John, carpenter, r. 425 N. East. 
Ricbert William, brewer, works Fr^ink 

Wright, bds. 323 W. Wi.shington. 
Richer William C works Frank Wright's 

brewery, bds. Nagle House. 
Richey Charlotte C. (wid.) r. 124 N. Mis- 
souri. 
Richey Julius, tinner, 223 S. Delaware, r. 

308 3. E=.3t. 
Richmann (Iliarles, r. 16 Flelclier nv. 
Uichman William, carpenter, r. Howard, 

bet. Third and Fourth. 
Richmond John, lab., r. 37 E. South. 



RICHMOND TEMPE R A N C E 
HOUSE, 35 W. Georgia, J. G. Col- 
lins, proprietor. 

Richter August, contractor, r. 310 Vir- 
ginia av. 

Richler Anton, lab. I. C. & L. Depot, r. 
Lord, sw. cor Benton. 

Richler Henry, blacksmith. Eagle Ma- 
shine Works, r. 261 S. Mississippi. 

Richter Henry, machinist, r. 261 S. Mis- 
sissippi. 

Richter Hermann, cabinetmaker, Deaf 
and Dumb Assylum, r. 256 N. Wins- 
ton. 

Richter John F., painter, r. cor. Camp 
and First. 

Richler Joseph, shoemaker, 217 E. Wash- 
ington, r. same. 

Richter Simeon, brakeman, C. C. & I. C. 
R. R. 

Richter William, sr., saloon, 418 Virgin- 
ia av., r. 414 Virginia av. 

Richter William, jr., dealer in groceries, 
etc., 416 Virginia av., r. same. 

Richler & Schrosluek, (T. B. R. and J. 
S.) groceries and provisions, cor. 
Illinois and Russell. 

Richwren J, wiper, I. C. & L. R. R. shops. 

Rickard Philip, r. 314 N. New Jersey. 

Rickard Henry, (R. & Talbott) bds. Depot 
Dining Hall. 

Rickard & Talbott, (H. R. and C. H. T.) 
wholesalesale dealers in hais, caps, 
and furs, 78 S. Meridian. 

Rickards Thomas, carpenter and builder, 
127 E. Maryland, r. 314 E, Market. 

Kickaids William C, carpenter, works 
Chandler & Tavlor, r. 314 E. Market. 

RICKER PRANK, (Morton & K.) 
bds. 144 N. Mississippi. 

Ricker , (wid.) r. 269 E. Ohio. 

Rickets DlUard, Presl. J. M. & I. R. R., 
r. Madison rd. 

Ridenour Jonathan M., Vice Prest. C. Si 
I. J. R. R., r. Michigan rd. 

Rider T. N. (Jackson, R. & Co.) r. 189 E. 
Ohio. 

Rider , with Jackson, Rider & Co., r. 

240 N. Mississippi. 

Ridge Jonathan J., carriage trimmer, r. 
317 E, Ohio. 

Ridges Howard, bellboy, Sherman House. 

Ridgeway J. F.. physician, 88 E. -Market, 
r. 151 N. New Jersey. 

Ridgeway Oilis N , watchmaker, with G. 
Davis, bds. Circle Restaurant. 

Riebel Fred., cigarmaker, 35 W. Wash- 
ington, r. nr. Fishback's tannery. 

Rieger George, macbanic, bds , 300 E. 



adish Henry, cigarmaker, 



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Rifle I'cler, lab., r. 36 Union. 

Ri)rg Joseph, pliypicinii, r. 100 Itolhrook. 

Rihl Charles II., biicliliiyer, r. 30 N. New 

Jeisey. 
Rihl II. S., cooper, r. 30 N. New Jersey. 
Rilchoff Bernhard, (Riclshoff & Bros.) 

Ms. 351 N. Noble. 
Rilthoff Herman, (R, & Bros.) r. 278 E. 

South. 
Rikhoff J. G. (R, & Bros.) r. Cincinnati, 

Ohio. 
Rikhofl' & Brothers, wholesale liquor 

dealers, 80 S. Meridian. 
Riley Cornelius, works Osgood, Smith & 

Co., bds, 109 S. Tennessee. 
Riley Daniel, engineer, stave factory, r. 

105 Spring. 
Riley Frank, deputy County Treasurer, r. 

37 Kentucky av. 
Riley George W., soldier, U. S. Arsenal. 
Riley Henry, lab., r. 43 Russell. 
Riley Hugh, lab., r. Meek. 
Riley H. H , with B. F. Haugh & Co., r. 

34 Russell av. 
Riley James, waiter, Uni&i Depot dining 

hall, bds. same. 
Riley Michael, lab., r. 288 S.Tennessee. 
Riley Terrcnce, works, rolling mill, r. 2G 

Maple, 
Riley Timothy, lab, r. 287 S. Tennessee. 
Riley William, works, Osgood, Smith & 

Co., r. 60 Eddy, 
Ring John, lab., r, 183 Dougherty. 
Ringelsky A., pedlar, r. 406 S. Tennessee. 
Ringer Eliza J. (wid. David F.) r, 72 Ash, 

cor. Vine, 
Ringer John upholsterer, 71 and 73 W. 

Washington, bds. 23 Kentucky av. 
Rinkle D^ivid, barber, 94 E. Soiith. 
Ripley William, (K. & Gates) r. 225 W. 

New York. 
Ripley & Gales, (William Ripley and A. 
li. Giiies) grocers and produce dea- 
lers, 47 and 49 N. Illinois. 
Rist John, works, 112 S. Meridian, bds. 

same. 
Rilche Arnold, lab., r. 470 S. New Jersey. 
Ritche E. Mrs!, boarding house, 17J Vir- 
ginia av. 
Ritche Julius, tinner, r. 308 S. East. 
Ritchey Thomas J., cooper, r. cor. Wash- 
ington and Noble, 
Ritchey Sarah Miss, dresemaker, r. 22 

Douglass. 
Ritching Thomas, cooper, r. over 340 E. 

Washington. 
Rittenhousc George, r. 479 N. Meridian. 
Ritier August, teamster, r. 490 S. New 

Jersey, 
Ritter Eli, attorney at law, r. 368 N. 

Alabama. 
Ritter E. V. (R. & Irving) r. 308 N. Ala- 
bama. 
Ritter Frederick, teamster, r. 63 Beatty. I 



BENHAM BRO'S. 

SCUast Washington St., 

KEEP 

THE VERY BEST 

VIOLIN AND GUMAR STRINGS. 



RITTEE& IRVING, (E. F. R and 
W. .\l. I.) attorneys at law, 24^ E. 
Washington. 

Ritzinger A. W., hooklieeper Ritzinger's 
Bank, r.220 E.Ohio. 

EITZINGEE'S BANK, 14 E, Wash- 
ington, J, B Kii^nger, proprietor. 

Ritzing Frederick L, teller Kitzinger's 
BKuk. hd9. 220 E. Ohio. 

RITZINGER FRED., Secretary G. 
M. Insurance Co., and agent Bremen 
and Hamburg steamers, 10 S. Del- 
aware, r. 220 E. Ohio. 

RITZINGER-J. B., binker, 14 E. 
Washington, r. 240 E. Ohio. 

River J. T., bjirlier, ne. cor. E. Washing- 
Ion and Pennsylvania, bds. Pattison 
House, 

Roach A. C, publisher Jelly Iloosier, r. 
555 N. Illinois. 

Roach Charles, engineer, r. 297 S. 
East. 

Roach Milton E., lab., 297 S. East. 

Roach Nicholas, works Frank Wright's 
Brewery. 

Roache A. L., attorney, office No. 3 Mtaa. 
bildg,, r. 613 N. Pennsylvania. 

Roark Thomas, steward Union Depot, r, 
66 California. 

Roback Albert G., conductor T. H. &, I. 
R. R., r.20 S. West. 

Roback Eli, bookbinder, Sentinel office, 
bds. 231 N Mississippi. 

Roback Henry, lab., r. 342 N. West. 

Roback Sarah, (wid. George) T. 281 N. 
Mississippi. 

Robb I., saloon .and hotel. Tenth bet. La- 
fayette Railroad and Canal, 

Bobbins James M., traveling aeent. 
Moody Bios,, r, 121 W, Vermont!^ 

Roberts A. B. S., pumpmaker, 197 and 
199 S. Meridian, r. 97 K. St. Clair, 

ROBERTS PARK, (Methodist) F, 
C. Ilollid'iy, pastor, ne. cor. Ver- 
mont and Delaware, 

Robei ts Edward, (Dumont & R.) r. 3 Wil- 
lard. 

Roberts E. A. (wid.) r. 24 N. Noble. 

Roberts II., bookbiifler, Sentinel office. 

Roberts llezekiah W. (K. & lliltebrand) 
r. 124 Blackford. 

Roberts Jeff, (cold) lab., r. 811 Mass-a- 
chusctts av. 

Roberts John, lab., r. 33 B'o'te, 
Roberts John A. Rev., r. 15 Vine. 



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AKE AT 

No. 7 ODD l^LLOWS HALL 

A\D 

ACADEMY OVAVSIC CORNER. 



Roberts John Wymachinist, r. 454 E 

Micliig!>n. ly^ 

Roberts Joseph, Uiiiwr, r. 217 Virginia 

Roberis Joseph, Bralieman, bJs. 58 Ben- 



RobeiMs Joseph T.ji-., hostler, r. 123 W. 

Miiikct, 
Roberts J, W., printer, Jfturnal office, bds. 

Uiitcs House.;,- ; 
Roberis Rebecca, (cDl'd, wid. William) r. 

172 W. Georgia". J^ — 
Roberts S W.. h-ystle^ Sullivan & Drew, 

bJs. 1-23 W. .Mftikev ^ 
Roberts Thomas li.f^ork's 21 and 23 W, 

I'eai I. 
Roberts Wm., fireman, C. & I. J, R. R,, 

bds. 61 S. Noble, 
Roberis Wm. G, engineer, bds. 77 David- 
son, 
Roberis \V. J., engineer, Cabinet Makers' 

Union, r, 77 Davidson. 
Roberts William J. D,, slock trader, r. 103 

E. St. Joseph. 
Roberts & lliliebrand, (H. W. R. and J. 

il. H.) marble workers, 46 Virginia 

av. 
Robertson A. M. (Robertson A. M. and 

IJro) r. 96 E. Washington. 
Robertson A. M. & I5ro, dry goods and 

notions, 96 E. Wasliingtoii. 
f Robertson Benjamin, (col'd) lab. r. 287 

Douglass al. 
Robertfou Charles B superintendent of 

Union track, r. 381 S. Alabama. 
Robeiisoti Fount., (Robertson & Bro. ) r. 

96 E. Washington. 
Robertson James 11., elk. 96 E. Washing- 

Roberison James W., plasterer, r. 339 S. 

Alabama. 
Robertson John, lab., r. 2S0 W. Market. 
Robertson Joseph, contractor, r. cor. 

Norih and I'altei^n. 
Robertson Josie; jr., C*. 74 S. Meridian, 

bds. 177 N. Ahvhama. 
Robertson J. E. (J» 1«»R. & Co.) r. 177 N. 

Alabama. A^ 
ROBERTSON .J. E. & CO. (J. E. 

R., G. T. Eva.n3-' and J. C. I'erry) 

whol. grocers, 74 and 76 S Meridian. 
Robertson -Mary S., wid. (John .M.) r. 149 

{{. California. 



Robertson Melissa Mrs., (wid.) Joshua, 
r. 49 Ann. 

Robertson Milton, (cold) lab,, r. 116 Ash. 

Robertson Robert, (col'a) l;ib., r, 239 N. 
West. 

Robertson William, .machinist, r, 223 
Union. 

Ilobinius Francis, hoot and shoe manii- 
t'acturer, 22:5 W. Washington, r. 222 
W. Maryland. 

Robiiiius Francis, jr., shQemaker, bds. 222 
W. Maryland. 

Robins Charles J., butcher, 34 N. Penn- 
sylvania, r. 393 W. New York. 

Robins Charles J., jr., bds. 393 W. New 
York. 

ROBINSON BROTHERS, (Lafo 
R. & IJruce R.) m.iniilaciureiS and 
dealers in trfunks and valises, whole- 
sale and rel.ail, 20 and 22 Virginia 



chu 



e, (U. Bros.) : 



318 .Massa- 



Robiiisor. Charles H_ conductor T. 11. and 
' I. I!. II., hi^ Spencer House. 

Rebiiisoii D. D., bartender, 87 S. Illinois, 
r. s.rnie. 

Robinsorf F. M, bookkeeper, r. 10 Water. 

liohinson G., painter, r. 402 S. Illinois. 

Robinson 11. S, switchman, C. C. C. & I. 
R. R., r. 250 N. Davidson. 

Robinsou-'Jane, (wid. Robert W.) r. 110 
N. Missouri. 

Robinson Jerome, elk. 94 Virginia av., r. 
339 S. Alabama. 

Robinson John, map agent, r. lol David- 
son. 

Robinson I, B. (Robinson & Bro ) r. 318 
.Massi^chusetts av. 

Robinson Lafayette, (R. & Bro.) r. 318 
Massachnscits av. 

Robinson Martin S , elk. T. II. & I. freight 
office, r. .341 S. Meridian. 

Robinson .Mathew B., r. 318 Massachu- 
setts av, 

Robinson rt'.allaee A., teacher, r. 409 N. 
East.-' 

Robinson R. D. Rev., Presiding Elder, 
Southeastern Indiana Conference, v. 
N. New Jersey. 

Robinson Sarah .Virs., r, 176 N. East. 

ROBINSON WM. 1/ H., manager 
ludianapnlis I'lano Manufacturing 
Co., r. 143 E. Washington. 

Robinson W, 11., engineer, r. 182 E. Mo- 
Cart v. 

Robinson W. I,., driver, G. G. Ilolman, r. 
126 N. Mississippi. 

ROBISON ANTHONY W.. flour, 
fesd and wood dealer, 201 Indiana 
av., bds. cor. Nonh and i'aileison. 

Robison A. M., gen'l agent, American 
overseaming and sewing luachine, 
IS N. Delaware, r. 5 Morrison, 



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Robison Henry, works, Paper Mill, bds- 

L'61 W. Wnslunglon. 
Robisoa Joseph II.. contr.nclor nnfl tfara- 

eter, r. cor. North and Patterson. 
RobsDn Chii.loite F. (wid. V.'illiani) r. 

E. Michigan. 
Robson George C, cnriiage trimmer, 

works Miller's carriage shop, r. 33 

S. West. 
Robson Kate Miss, teacher Fourth Ward 

School, bds. 2313 N. West. 
Rocay Francis U., carpenter, r. 201 N. 

Davidson. 
Rockey Henry S., r. -JO^ K. Ohio. 
Rockwell .lames, tiremiin, C. C, C. & I. R. 

R , bds. Zii N. Noble. 
Rockwood Wm. 0., r. 27tj N. lllinoii'. 
Hodden James, cooper, r. lO'.i N. Illinois. 

Roddii.8 , r. Hjy N. Illinois. 

Rodebaiigh Adam, r. 085 N.Tennessee. 
Rodebaiigh Omor, elk. J. Turlton, r. cor. 

Fourth and Tennessee. 
Rodenbeck Gustave, drayman, r. 502 S, 

Eisl. 
Rodenberger F. K. Mrs., dressmaker, 221 

E. North, r. same. 
Rodenberger Samuel, carpenter, r, 221 E. 

North. 
Rodes Sitsan Mrs, (col'd) r. rear GG Mis- 
souri. 
Rodewiild Henry, grocer, 441 Virginia 

av., r. same. 
Rodewall Henry, porter, 27 and 20 E. 

Maryland. 
Rodgers li., lab. Bnnte & Dickson. 
Rodgera Hurvey, physician, r. 49 Ann. 
RoJgers Levi, briokmasoii, r. Arsenal rd. 
Rodius iiudrew, barber, bds. 34 W. Geor- 

g.ia. 
Rodman Charles, salnsman, 74 S. Merid- 
ian, r. 75 S.Noble. 
Rodney t'ce-iar, messenger, T. H. and I. 

R". H. freight olUce, bds. cor. Alaba- 

ma and Virginia av. 
Roe Alice, (wid.) r. terminus Rose. 
Roehliiig John F., Btudeul, bds. 212 E. 

Ohio. 
Roeseuer Charles, bl 

nr. .Massacliusetl 

w.y and Arch. 
Roeseuer Christian H., chairraaker, r, 511 

S. New Jersey. 
Roeseuer Henry, lab., bds. 292 AV. Wia- 

slon. 
Roeseuer Hanry. car inspector C. C. & 

I. C. II. R., r. 110 N. Noble. 
Roelh Ad 1111, tailor, bJs. Little House. 
Roeih John, ( R & Miier) r. 329 E. Mich- 

ig.TB. 

ROETH Sz MEIER, John Roeth 

and Henry Meier) merchant tailors, 
I'JS !•;. Washington. 
Rogan George W , puddler Rolling Mill, 
r. 62 Giant. 



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36EaEtWashington St., 

AGENTS FOn THE 

BURDETT ORGAN. 



ilh, St, Clair 
r. cor. Kroiid- 



Rogan Henry, (cold, Rogan & Milligan) 

148 N. Tennessee. 
Rogan & Milligan, (col'd, U. R. and F. 

M.) reslauiant, 148 N. Tennessee. 
Rogers Andrew, works Osgood, Smith & 

Co., bds. 217 S. Illinois. 
Rogers George, sawmaker, r. 229 S. Ala- 
bama. 
Rogers Isaac, lab., r. 38 Hellen. 
Rogers James, lab., r. 2 Catherine. 
Rogers John T., salesman New York 

Store, bds. Avenue House. 
Rogers Newel J., bookkeeper Bcc-Hive, 

bds. 35 Cherry. 
Rogers Kate, (wid. James W.) r. 15 

Madison av. 
Rogers Levi, brickmaker, r. 337 N. 

Noble. 
Rogers W. P., agent Harper Rros., bds. 

100 N. Meridian. 
Rogge Henry, tailor, bds. California 

House. 
Rogge Rudolph, tailor, bds. California. 

House. 
Rogge Kudolph Mrs., merchant tailoress, 

335 Virginia av , r. same. 
Rohrer Henry, (R. & Rro.) bds. cor. 

West and North. 
Rohrer Joseph, saloon, 293 Kentucky av,, 

r. same. 
Rohrer S. B. (R. & liro.) bds. oor. West 

and North. 
Rohrer & Uios , grfloeries, 1G2 Indiana 

av. 
Roll Rebecca, (wid.) r. 351 N. New Jcr- 

ROLL WILLIAM H., dealer in 
carpels, wall paper and shades, 33 
S. Illinois, r. 117 W. Maryland. 

Rollin Samuel, (col'd) cook. 

Roman Matihias, turner, 24G S. Meri- 
dian, r. 24 W. Mot'arly. 

Ronan John, lab., r. 327 W. Market. 

Rouan L., conductor 0. & I. J. R. R., 
bds. Spencer House. 

Ronan Michael, lab., r. 131 S. Tennes- 
see. 

Roncrell G. H., chairmaker, r. 342 N. 
East. 

Ronev Cyrus S., street contractor, r. 173 
N. East. 

Roney Elias M,, teamster, r. G76 N. Jlis- 
tissippi. 

Roney Felix, works rolling mill, bds. 272 
S. Tennessee. 



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EON 168 



ROT 



MAKES A SPECIALTY OF 



Choice Green, Black & Japan Teas. 

Roney Ilenrj, (Hajwoo,; & B.) r. 129 N- 
East. 

RoDon John, bricklayer, t. 334 S. Dela- 
Tiare. 

Booker Alfred, painter, r. 37 Douglass. 

Rooker C. F.. deputy county clerk, r. 778 
N. Illinois. 

Rooney II. C. (Haywood & Co.1 r. 129 N. 
East. 

Rooney Kitty, domestic, Bates House. 

Roop.l. A., traveler, Dr. Buell, r. 48 N. 
New Jersey. 

Roos, Jacob, meat market, 137 S. Illinois, 
r. same. 

Roos Louie Miss, r. 301 W. Market. 

Root Adolph, b!iikeeper, r. cor. Missouri 
and Cumberland. 

Root Deloss, (D. R. & Co.) r. 441 N. Jleri- 
dian. 

ROOT D. & CO. (I). R. and J. B R ) 
ninnufiiciurers of stove", liollowware 
and casting; factory,! 188 S. Penn- 
sylvania, salesroom, 6tj E. Washing- 
Ion. 

Root Jerome B. (D. R. & Co.) r. 511 N. 
Illinois. 

Root Julia Mies, r, 429 N. Meridian. 

Root O. n.. salesman, (J2 S. Meridian, 
bds. Tyle House. 

Root Samuel, painter, r. 314 E, Georgia. 

Ropka Helen, (.vid, Frederick) groceries 
and notions, cor. McCarly and Mi.di- 
son av. 

Ropkey H. Fr., elk., r. 450 E. Georgia. 

Rorison Brainard, general agent, Connec- 
ticut Life Insurance Co., Citizens' 
Bank bldg., bds. Bales House. 

Rose Alonzo, fireman, C. C. C. & I. R. R., 
r 138 N. Davidson. 

Rose Annie E. Miss, r. 97 W. South. 

Rose A. D„ printer, Journal office, r. 127 
W, First. 

Rose Frank Miss, r. 127 W. First. 

Rose Frank, printer Journal office, r. 48 
W.New York. 

Rose Flunk B., agent Evening Commer- 
cial, r. 67 Madison av. 

Rose J. H , coal dealer, r. 294 N. Tennes- 
see. 

Rose J. N., manufacturer ladies' and 



gent 



boots, 



E. Market, r. 



Jackson. 
Rose Margaret, (wid.) r. Wabash, bet. 

New Jersey and East. 
Rose Robert, bootmaker, bds. 83 Jackson. 



Rose Thomas, bootmaker, bds. 83 Jack- 
son. 

Rosebrock C. H., elk., 305 S. Delaware, 
bds. same. 

Rosehrook F. W., dealer in groceries, etc., 
178 Virginia av., r. same. 

Rosemeyer Charles, lab., r. 105 Ilosbrook. 

Rocenhaum Christopher, teamster, r. 21 
Elm. 

Roseubaum William, porter Institute for 
the Blind. 

Rosenberg John, cutler A. J. Gerslner, r. 
77 S. Liberty. 

Rosenberg Samuel, peddler, r. 83 Ann. 

Uosener Solomon, bookkeeper, A. & S. 
Kaufman, bds. Circle Restaurant. 

Rosengarten A , bookkeeper and casliier 
Paris Store, bds. 301 S. Peunsylva- 
nia. 

Rosengarten Chas. () , entry elk. 62 S. 
Meridian, bds. Pyle House. 

Rosengarten Louis, musician, r. 33 N. 
Noble. 

Rosenlhall Henrj-, (Hays, R. & Co.) r. 
160 N. East. 

Rosenthall Moses, (Hays. Rosenthal & 
Co.) r. 212 E. Market.' 

Rosex Mary, (wid. Martin A.) r. 81 W. 
McCarty. 

Rosier Adam, lab., bds. 435 N. East. 

Roswinkel George, manufacturer and 
dealer in cigars and tobacco, 183 
Massachusetts av., r. same. 

Ross Almira, ( wid.) r. 41 Dacota. 

Rcss D. M., r. 316 N. Illinois. 

Ross Elzer, lab., r. Ninth, nr. Cannl. 

Ross Fannie Miss, bds. room 1 Fatoul's 
blk. 

Ross F. D., boxmaker, r. 36 Helen. 

Ross Henry J., r. 65 Indiana av. ' 

Ross Isaac, (cold) lab., r. 227 Minerva. 

Ross James, carriage painter, r. 62 Hu- 
ron. 

Ross John, (col'd) lab., r. Blake nr. Rhode 
Island. 

Ross John, (col'd) grave digger, r. Blake 
nr. North. 

BOSS J. H., dealer in all kinds of 
coal, 24 E. Pearl, r. 294 N. Tennes- 
see. 

Ross J. J., cooper, r. 335 W. Maryland. 

Ross Reuben, well digger, r. 109 Huron, 

Ross Robert, lab,, r. 89 Ann. 

Ross Thomas, teamster, bds. 317 W, Mar- 
ket. 

Ross William, lab., r. 29 Meek. 

Rossman Belle Miss, saleslady Grover & 
Baker Sewing Machine Co., bds. 294 
E. Market. 

Rossman Minnie W. Miss, waiter Califor- 
nia House. 

Rost August, cigarmaker, r. 99 N. Noble. 

Roth Mathew, (Daggett & R.) r. 4 Bu- 
chanan. 



RUT 16 

Koihchild Joseph, (R. & Co.) r. Brazil, 

Iiicl. 
Poihchiia Mosea.gliizier.r.SOOE.RJnrket. 
Rotlichild & Co., itiiclion nn'l commissioD 

lionse, 97 E. Wasliinglon. 
RolherJohn, bookkeeper, bds. 333 Vir- 

gini.i nv. 
Rothrock Valetine, superintendent Sniilli, 

Osgood & Co, bds. R«y House. 
Rothschild Henry, deiler in clothing, 125 

W. Washington, r. 1107 S. Illinois. 
Rottler Frnnk M., (Frauer, Beiler & Co.) 

bds. Union Hall. 
Kouheitc Arthur, agent A. Seidenslicker, 

r. 8 N. Liberty. 
Uouse H, J., elk. 94 N. Illinois, bda. 31 

Indiana av. 
Rouser Charles H., elk. Union Depot din 

ing hall, bds. same. 
Rout Thomas, r. '218 E. Market. 
Routier Anathal carpenter, r. 98 Fletcher 

av. 
Routier Peter, carpenter and builder, cor. 

Ilosbrook and Cedar, r. 391 Virginia 

av. 
"ow Jacob J., machinist, r. ES Grant. 
Rowe Austin, engiueer, C. C. & I. C. R, 

R., r. 19 Davidson. 
Rowe Eliza, (wid, Titus) r. 213 S. Ten- 
nessee. 
Rowe Samuel P., elk. J. F. Layman, r. 

284 E. .Michigan. 
Rowe William, bookkeeper. Rolling Mill, 

r. 5 .Mudisou av. 
Rowe Wni. E., yardmaster, P. C. & St. L. 

R. R., r. '230 N. East. 
Rowe Wm. H. (Close & Co.) r. ;", Madison 

av. 
Rowland Jno., engineer, C. E. Geisendorff, 

r. 30 Douglass. 
Rowland Lewis, lab., bds. 30 Douglas?. 
Rowland Michael, r. 30 N. Douglass. 
Rowland Thomas, cooper, r. 4"23 N. New 

York. 
Rowland Timothy, works, Caledonia 

Paper Mill, r. "263 W. Washington. 
Rowley Fayette R., traveling agent, L. 

Q, Sherwood, r. 242 N. Illinois. 
Roy Otto, salesman, 29 W. Washingion, r. 

8w. cor. East and Market. 
Royer George, engineer, C. C. C. & I. R' 

R., r. 7 Charles. 
Royer Buckner F., r. 2(30 Blake. 
Royse William T. (Green & l\.) r. 392 N. 

West. 
Rozier Aaron, (It. U. Langenberg & Co.) 

r. 140 Blackford. 
Rozier P., printer, H. C. Chandler & Co., 

bds. 14ti Blackford. 
Rubush Alexander, bricklayer, r. 75 S. 

Noble. 
Rubush Williaii, bricklayer, r. 73 Huron. 
Ruckersfeldt Charles, with Gapen & 
Catherwood, r. 183i W. New York. 

19 



RUS 
BENHAM BRO'S, 

3G East Wasliingrton St., 

STATli; AGENTS 



INOIANAPQLIS MANUFACTURING CQ.' 
PIANOS. 



Ruc-er.ifeldt Leopold, porter Browning 

& Sloan, bds. 23 Kentucky av. 
Ruckles Jacob, cigar dealer Bates House, 

r. over 342 E. Market. 
Ruddell James H. (Woollen & Ruddell) 

bds. 34 W. Matyland. 
Rudolph Jane Mrs., r. 75 N. Tennessee. 
Rugenstein William, woodcutter, r. 96 

Greer. 
Ruiderknight Charles, machinist, r. 21 

Wyoming. 
Rumell John A,, works Rolling Mill, r. 

250 S, Tennessee. 
Rumely Joseph, news stand, 20 Virginia 

av., r. same. 

Rummert , plasterer, r. 342 N. East* 

Ruuge Christ., butcher, 141 N. Delaware. 
Runge Henry, painter, r. 50 Lockerbie. 
Runyon Soul, painter, 18 S. Meridian. 
Rupp John, grocery and produce dealer, 

"201 Kentucky av., r. same. 
RUPP WILIjIAM p., merchant 

tailor, 38 W. Washington, r. 131 E, 

Washington. 
Ruschaupt August, (R. & Wands) r. 81 

E. Washington. 
Ruschaupt Frederick, president Eagle 

Machine Works, f. 270 N. Delaware. 
Ruschaupt & Wands, (A. R. and A. W.) 

saloon, 81 E. Washington. 
Ruse George, fireman C. C. C. & I. R. R. 
Rush Casper, lab , r. 121 E. Merrill. 
Rush Charles, (Gall & Rush) 115 N. 

New Jersey. 
Rush Fred, P., dealer in flour, grain and 

seeds, 99 S. Delaware, r. 105 N. Me- 
ridian. 
Riiahton John, cigarmaker, r. 257 E. 

Washington. 
Ruske Henry A., carpenter, r. 86 S. 

East. 
Russe Charles, works Schneider & Co., r. 

417 E. Washington. 
Russe Conrad, stonemason, r. 417 E. 

Washington. 
Ruese Conrad, jr., brassfinisher, r. 417 E. 

Washington. 
Russell Alexander W., elk. Thomas Mad- 
den, bds. 40 S. Tennessee. 
Russell Annie E. (wid.) elk. P. C, bds. 

204 N. Illinois. 
Russell David, foundry, cor. Benton and 

Market, r. 396 E. Market. 
Russell David, jr, Jjookkeepcr, r. 396 E. 
Market. 



RU3 



170 



THE CHINA TEA STORES 

ARE LOCATED AT 

No. 7 ODD FELLOWS HALL 

ACADEMY OF MUSIC C«»ltNEK. 

SAME G^ODS.SAMt PRICES atBOTH . 

Uussell George, (cold) barber, woika 107 

W. Wnsliington, r. Siime. 
Russell Henry, i: 377 N. lUiiiois. 
ItuBsell James, railroader, r. 77 Massa- 

chufelis nv. 
Kuasell John, cooper, r. 112 S. East. 
Kussell Jolm M., wagOLniaker, r. 3 Gei- 

sendorff. 
Russell John S., carpenter, r. S51 S. Dela- 

Russell Laven M., day policeman, r. 811 S. 

Noble. 
Russell I.olia Miss, r. 24 S, New Jersey. 
Ilusjell Nellie, servant, Sherman House. 
Russell Samuel, lab. P. C. & St. L. freight 

depot, r. ISO Blackford. 
Russell 'Jhomas, lab., r. 299 S. Missouri. 
Kussell William, lab., r. cor. Market aud 

binckford. 
Russell William, (cold, R. & Gulliver) r. 

212 W. Vermont. 
Russell W. M., mail agent, P. C. & St. L. 

K. R. 
Russell & Gulliver,(col'd,W. R. and W. G.) 

barbers, 20 N. Pennsylvania. 
Ruth Adolph, bartender 39 R Washing- 

ington, r. cor. Canal and Cumber- 
land. 
Ruth Charles, bartender, r. 297 E. Ohio. 
Ruth Louis, bartender Washington Hall, 

r. 224 N. East. 
Ruth Robert, bartender, Academy of Ma- 
nic Saloon, bds. same. 
Ruthard Charles, works Jackson, Rider 

& Co. 
Ruyer Jiihn, glass blower, bds. 1G4 W. 

Maryland. 

Jlyn,, , railroader, r. 578 E.St. Clajr. 

RYAN BROTHERS, ( G. W. R. and 

J. li. It.) |.aii,iers, 18 S Meridian. 
Ryan hllcn, (wid. John) r. 75 S. .Misais- 

Bippi. 
Ryan Kr.mcis 1\I., lab-, r. 117 Indiana nv. 
Ryan F. Lt , decoraior and paper hanger. 

Gall & Hii.-h, r. I2ti Indiana nv. 
Ryan G. W. (I!, llrolhers) r. 31 Coburn. 
Ryan James, lab., r. 78 Kddy. 
Ryan James U (R. & Uolbiook) r. 158N. 

.Mississippi. 
Ryan Juhanua, (wid. Dennis) r. 35 

Vine. 
Ryan John, works, Sims & Iloskins. 
Ryan John, leamstcr, 24 W. .Maryland, 

bds. 79 S. WeM. 
Ryan John, fireman, C. C. C. & I. R. R. 



SAI 

Ryan John, carriiigcsmith, Shaw, Lip- 
pcncotl &. Connor, bds. 2G8 E. Wash- 
ington. 

Ryan John, lab., r. 278 S. Delaware. 

Ryan John, machinisi, C. C. & I. C. R. R. 

Hyan John, lab., r. 27(j S. Tennessee. 

Ryan John D. (R. & Rrothers) r. 72 Co- 
burn. 

Rynn Louis, tailor, r. 8 E. Washington. 

Ryan Martin, fireman, C. C. C. & I. 
R. R. 

Rrnn .Michael, lab., r. 155 High. 

liyan M, B. Mrs., dressmaking, r. 209 
Virginia nv. 

Ryan Sarah, servant Palmer House. 

Ryan Thon.as, lab,, r. over 280 E. Wash- 
Ryan Thomas, jr, elk. 48 S. Meiidian, 
bds. 75 S. .Mississippi. 

RYAN T. F., whol. dealer in foreign 
and domestic liquors, etc., 143 S. 
Meridian, r. 355 N. Illinois. 

Ryan Walter, foreman cooper shop, r. 39 
Blake. 

Ryan Walter, jr., lab., r.41 Blake. 

Ryan William, carriagesmitli, Shaw, Lip- 
pencolt & Connor, r. 2(38 E. Wash- 
ington. 

Ryan William, lab., r. 34 Helen. 

Ryan William J , elk., cor. Illinois and 
George, r. 75 S. Mississippi. 

RYAN & HOLBROOK, (J. B. R. 
and H.C. II.) whol. dealers in foreign 
and domestic liquors, 48 S. Meridian. 

Ryner Russel M., bricklayer, E. Wash- 
ington, nr. Asylum. 

O ABEL HENRY, lab., r. 32 Ann. 

Sachs John, c'gar manufacturer, 348 S. 
Meridian, r. same. 

Sage Charles, jr, attorney at law, 172 W. 
Washington, r. 327 \V. Washington. 

Sage Charles, sr., druggist, 172 W. Wash- 
ington, r. 327 W. Washinston. 

Sage Wm. E., plasleier, bds. 75 S. Penn- 
sylvania. 

Sagehorn Jacob, grocer, 122 E. Washing- 
Ion, r. same. 

Sahm l.ouis, carpenter, bds. 142 Fort 
Wayne av. 

Sahm Ruderick, grocery, 142 Ft. Wayne 
nv , r. same. 

Sailors 11., Ijuokkeeper Coburn & Jones, 
bds. Depot Dining Hall. 

Sailors H. C, (Tracy & S.) bds. Depot 
Dining Hall. 

Sailors James L., dry goods and merchant 
tailor, loli W. Washington, r. 122 N. 
Mis»i.'<si| pi. 

bailors Pract, elk J. L. Sailors, bds. 122 
N. MisM.-^.-ippi. 

Sain H. A. N., elk. T. A. Lewis, bds. 
Union Depot Dining Hull. 



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171 



sen 



Si. (;iair Mission Subbuih School, cor. St. 

Cluirnnd Kiisi. 
S(. JdIiu's CiiilioiiB Chiircli, Oeorgin, bet. 

Illinois niij Tennessee, Rev. Augusi 
liessonies piislor. 
St. John's Home lor Invalids, 85 W. M.i- 
rjliind, Sisiera of I'rovidence, Sisler 
llenrieile in charge. 
St. John's School for Boys, Georgia,, bet. 

Illinois nnil'I'ennessee, Brother Aloy- 

sins director. 
St. John's School for Young Ladies, cor. 

Georgiri and Tennessee. 
St. Lonis Muiuiil Life Insurance Co., 4 

Yohn's blk., E. A. Wbitcoiub State 

agent. 
St. Mury's Cnlhalic Church, Maryland, 

het. Delaware and I'ennsylyaniu. 
St. lliiry's School for Vouug Lndies, rear 

St. Mary's Church. 
St. Paul's Church, ( lipiscopal) cor. Illi- 
nois and New York. 
St. Petei's Chuich, (Catholic) Dougherty 

nr. Virginia av. , 

Salsbury Perciviil, carpenter, bis. 80 Onk. 
SALSBURY & CO., (Henry Sals- 
bury, A. E. Vinton, J, McLene and 

W. li. Talbott) manufacturers news 

and book paper, W. end Maryland 

on White river. 
Salter Ilezman, butcher, works 207 W. 

Michigan, r. same. 
Salter William, photographer, r. 222 N. 

New Jersey. 
Sammons Allen, (J. Roberts & Co.) r.' 75 

E. I'ratt. 
Satnple James C, constable, r. 52 Cherry. 
Sampson Malhew T, barkeeper, 159 W. 

Washingtoit, bds. 143 W.Washington. 
Sanburn A. G , painter, r. 17G Black- 
ford. 
Sanders Theodore, agent Western Fur 

Co., r. 14 N. Delaware. 
Sanders E. G., painter, 18 S. Meridian, f. 

2'' Vine. 
Sanders John, carpenter.r. 282 N. Liberty. 
Sanders John, (col'd) teamster, r. ur. 2ljl 

W. Washington. 
Sanders John, (cold) whilewasher, r. 06 

N. Missouri. 
Sanders William, works Novelty Works. 
Sanders William, (cold) blacksmith, r. 

cor. Elizabeth and lilake. 
Sanderson C. J., secretary and treasurer 

I. & St. £.. Sleeping Coach Ca, bds. 

98 W. Walnut. 
Sanderson II. Q., president I. & St. L. 
Sleeping Coach Co, r. 98 W. Wal- 

nut, cor. Tennessee. 
Sandmann John, elk., r. 187 E. Wash- 



BENHAM BRO'S, 

3G East Washinifton St., 

SHEET SILVSIC, VIOLXITS, 

GTTITiES, STRINGS, &c. 



ington. 
Sandman Joseph, upholsterer, bds. Union 

House. 
Sands Alary, (wid.) r. 76 Maple. 



Sanger Joseph, car recorder I. C. k L. 

11. H., r. 113 S. New Jersey. 
Sanson A , room 4 Ulackford's blk , bds. 

National Hotel. 
Santo EUward, groceries and snloon, cor. 

Indiana av. and North, r. same. 
Santo Henry, r. -^66 N. West, 
rfapp George, pressman Sentinel office, 

bds. -206 Wlnsion. 
Sapp W. D. (Winchester & S.) Nationa 

Hotel. 
Sargent Annie Mrs., r. 25J Massachus- 

Sargent Frank, blacksksmitb, r. 336 N. 

West. 
Sartain James, currier, v. GO Oriental, 
SATORIUS JOHN, barbershop, 37 

S. Illinois, r. 321 E. Ohio. 
SATURDAY EVENING MIR. 
ROR, Harding & Vickers, publish- 
ers, 19 N. Meridian. 
Sauceman Wm., porter, Pyle. House. 
Sauer John, harnessmakcr, r. '/I W. 

McCariy. 
Saulcy Charles, harnessmaker, r. 148 N, 

Tennessee, up stairs. 
Saunders Theodore, Western Furniture 

Co. 
Sawleor William, engineer, r. 289 S. 

East. 
Sawyer Charles, millwright, r. 65 Bright. 
Sawyer J, S. (Crossland, Hanna & Co.) , 

r. 170 W. Market. 
Sawyer Louis, lab, r. 23 Wyoming. 
Sawyer R. A. Mrs., r. E. Court bet. New 

Jersey and East. 
Saxton Richard, r. 66 S. Alabama. 
Sayers M., lab., works T. H. & I. depot, 

r. 2ti9 S. Pennsylvania. 
Saycrs Thomas, sr., flagman, P. C. & St. 

L. freight depot, r. 118 Meek. 
Sayles C. F. bookkeeper, J. H. RalJwin & 

Co., bds. 36 Virginia av. 
Say lor Jackson, foreman, rolling mill, r. 

285 S Illinois. 
Saylor Wm. J., works rolling mill, bds, 

285 S. Illinois. 
Soanlon Bridget, ^wid.) Locke, Field & S. 

r. 261 W. Washington. 
Scanlou Patrick, foreman, Caledonian 

paper mill, r. 271 W. Washington. 
Scanthir John M., policeman, r. 81 Eliza- 
beth. 
Schaaf Abel, filecutter, 130 S. Pennsyl- 
vania, r. 183 N. Koblc. 



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SCH 



TEAS, COFFEES & SUGARS, 

ABE TlIESAniE UACH DAY 

As are qtiotrd m the 
CINCINNATI DAILY PAPERS. 



Schnaf Conrad, Cabinet Makers' Union, r. 

E. Conn. 
Schanf Valentine, carpenter, r. 313 E. 

Market. 
Scliaala Fred., blacksmith, r. 37 ITenry. 
Shad Christian, elk., bda. California 

House. 
Schad George, Tarnisher, Ilellwig's, r. 

101 N. Davidson. 
Schad Goilleib, carriagemaker, at Drew's, 

r. 101 N. Davidson. 
Schad George, works Jackson, Rider & 

Co. 
Schad William, works Jnckson, Rider & 

Co. 
Schaefer August, bootmaker, 17 W. 

Washington, r. 204 E. Washington. 
Schaefer James, carpenter, r. 318 N. 

Delaware. 
Schafer Henry, night watchman Journal 

office, r. 271 N. Noble. 
Schafer Peter, r. 567 E. St. Clair. 
SchafFer Hiram, saddler, r. o87 S. Mer- 
idian. 
Schaffer Jacob I., cooper, bds. 314 E. 

Georgia. 
Schaffer William, porter, r. Smith, bet. 

Tennessee and Mississippi. 
Schafner C. G., r. 361 N. Noble. 
Schnko Charles, machinist, r. 48 Brad- 

ahaw. 
Schaler Henry, sr.. lab., r. 225 S. Ala- 
bama. 
Schaler Henry, moulder. Eagle JIaobine 

Works, r. 227 S. Alabama. 
Schaler John, lab., r. 209 Kentucky av. 
Schaler Joseph, boilermaUer, r. 225 S. 

Alabama. 
Schnnabel Frederick, cook California 

House, bds. same. 
Schannaman William, works Madison 

Depot, r. 448 S. Meridian. 
Schanzbenbaclier Otto, stonecutter, bds. 

California House, 
Schaub Elizabeth, (wid. Peter) r. 217 N. 

Noble. 
Schaub Henry, saloon, 108 W. Washiug- 

ton, r. same. 
Schaub Henry, saloon and beer garden, 

334 Virginia av., r. same. 
Schaub John, sr., lab, r. 225 N. Noble. 
Schaub Pe'er, teamster, r. I'i8 Huron. 
Schegel Vt'Uz, lab., r. 07 Cnhurn. 
Scheigert Frederick, merchants' police, 

1. 264 S, Illinois. 



Scheiter Henry, works Jackson, Rider & 
Co. 

Schellenberg Fritz, chairmaker, r. 504 S. 
East. 

Scheller Max, physician r. 210 E. Ohio. 

SCHELLSCHMIDT ADOLPH, 
music teacher and dealer in all kinds 
of musical instruments, 173 E, Wash- 
ington, r. 246 E. Ohio. 

Schellsohmidt Amelia, (wid.) r. 507 E. 
Market. 

Schellechmidt Ferdinand, musician, r. 
5U E. Market. 

Schendel Fred., carpenter, r 33 N. 
East, • 

Scheiing Chas. Henry, drayman, r. 41 
Oriental. 

Scherling Dernard, tailor, r. 356 S. Ala- 

Scherling Hermann, porter Post Office, 

bds. 292 N. Liberty. 
Scherling Nicholas, porter Post Office, r. 

292 N. Liberty. 
Schesslesee John, lab., r. 14 Buchanan. 
SCHETTER CRISTIAN, grocer- 
ies, provisions, flour and feed, 99 E. 

South, r. same. 
Schetter Lawrence, baker, r, 285 N. 

Noble. 
Scheuer John, lab., r, 382 E, New York. 
Schener Conrad, stonemason, r. 222 Rail- 
road. 
Schieffer Rudolph, cigarmaker, 35 W. 

Washington, bds. 89 N. Delaware. 
Schields Kane, lab,, r. 68 Bicking. 
Schienellc Christian, lab., r. 15 Russell. 
Schildmeyer A., boots and shoes, 813 E. 

Washington, r. 375 E. Michigan. 
Schildmeyer Anthony, (Reasner & S.) r. 

ISrookvillc rd, 12 miles east. 
Schildmeyer Charles C, engineer C. C. & 

I. C. R. R., r. 195 Meek. 
Schildmeyer C. L., elk., r. 310 E. Mar- 
ket. 
Schildmeyer Fred., merchant tailor, 182 

E. Washington, r. 310 E, Market. 
Schildiiieger George, jr., porter, Tousy & 

Byrant's, r, 168 Spring. 
Schiller Godfrey, butcher, bds. 207 W. 

Michigan. 
Schilling Charles, lab, P. C. & St. L. 

freight depot. 
Schilling Dudricb, (S. & Dro.) bis. 134 E. 

McCarly, 
Schiljing H (S^, & Bro.) r. 134 E. McCarty. 
Schilling & 15io. (H. S and D. S.) chair 

manufiiciurers, 134 E McCariy. 
SchiUinger George, sr., lab., r. 167 N. 

Spring 
Schindler Oscar, elk., C. Vonegut, bds. 

194 E. WaHhington. 
Schiiidler Robert, elk , r. 187 E. Washing- 

i Sobine John, lab., r. 116 Stevens. 



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Schinar Bernard, mniilder, Englc Machine 

Works, bds. 307 S. Pennsylvnnin. 
Scbisler Abel, moulder, Engle Machine 

Worker. 85 N. New Jeisey. 
Schisley Chrislinn, works E. C. Atkins & 

Co, r. 15 Kiissell. 
Schley George J., foremnn. Journal of 

Commerce, bds. 26 S. I'ennsylvania. 
Schley John, foremnn. Sentinel news 

room, r. 25 K. Ohio. 
Schlicbiiz P. W., watchmaker, 147 E, 

WiiBhingloD, r. nw. cor. Noble and 

Market. 
Schlotzhauer Adam, grocer, 248 N. Lib- 

Schloizhauer G., works Cabinet Makers' 
Union, r. 152 Davidson. 

Schlotzhauer Valentine, treas'r and fore- 
man. Cabinet Makers' Union, r. nw. 
cor. New York and Davidson. 

Schmelz Casper, bar tender, r. 70 N. 
Noble. 

Schmedel Fritz., carpenter, r. S3 N. East. 

Schmedel 11. (S. & Fricker) r, 170 E. 
Stevens. 

Schmedel & Fricker, (H. S. and J. F.) 
manufacturers of brushes, 800 Mor- 

Schmehl Henry, moulder, r. 109 Stevens. 

Schmehl Henry, jr., moulder, r. 109 Ste- 
vens. 

Schmelzer Jacob, cooper, bds. Minerva 
nr. New York. 

Bchmidt A ugust, ( A. & C. S.) r. 23 Charles. 

Schmidt Charles,( A. & C. S.) r. 23 Charles. 

Schmidt A. & C, meat market, 221 Mas- 

SchmiJt Charles, lab., wka. T. H. & I. R. 

R., r. 203 Union. 
Schmidt Charles, agent soap factory, r. 

215 Union. 
Schmidt Christian, lab., r. 120 Dacota. 
Schmidt Christian, stonecutter, r. 131 

Stevens. 
SCHMIDT C. F., brewer of lager 

beer, souih end Alabama, cor. Mo- 

Cnrty, r. sume. 
Schmidt Elizabeih Mrs., midwife, r. 131 

N. East. 
Schmidt Frederick, butcher, r. 131 N. 

East. 
Schmidt Fred., jr., elk., r. 131 N. E-ist, 
Schmidt Harold, (S. & Son) r. over 303 

E. Washingtori. 
Schmidt Hermann, packer W. & C. F. Hol- 

lidiy, r. 31 N. I.ibeily. 
Schmidt llermnn, elk., r. 3 N. Noble. 
Schmidt Loreni, 14 S. Delaware, r. 190 

E. Wiitliing'oii 
Schmidt Louis, works, Jackson, Rider & 

Co. 
Schmidt t-udwig, lab., r. Ill E. Wash 

inglon. 
Schmidt Nicoli, lab., r. 185 S. Illinois. 



173 sen 

BENHAM BRO'S, 

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Schmidt Rob, tanner. 90 S. UasI, r. s^ime. 

Schmidt Rudolph, (S. & Son) r. over 303 
13. Washington. 

Schmidt II & Son, cigar manufacturers, 
303 E. Washington. 

Schmilh Leonard, brewer, works Ilarting 
& Bra, r. 29 McCarty. 

Schniith Louis, butcher, bds. 300 N. West. 

Schmitt Adolph, painter, r. 230 S. Penn- 

>■■ sylvania. 

Schmitt George, lab., r. 220 Railroad. 

Schmitt John .\., machinist. Eagle Ma- 
chine Works. 

Schmitt Joseph, carpenter, r. 294 N. 
Noble. 

Schmitt L., turner, r. cor. North and West. 

Scbmucker Louis, cabinetmaker, r. 253 
N. Noble. 

Schnavel C. A., bookbinder, bds. 507 N. 
JHssissippi. 

Schneider Adam, lab., r. 108 E. St. Mary. 

Schneider Cuny, lab., r. 01 Wyoming. 

Schneider Christ., lab., r. 138 E. St, Mary. 

Schneider Christian, saw filer, wks. E. C. 
Atkins & Cc. 

Schneider Conrad P., carpenter, r. 247 N. 
Liberty. 

Schneider S., (S. & Co.) r. 19.tS. East, 

Schneider John A . porter D. Root & Co., 
r. 100 St. .Mary. 

Schneider Louis, moulder, r. 125 Stevens. 

Schneider Matthew, wks. Schneider & Co., 
bds. 195 S. East. 

Schneider Nicholas, stonemason, r. 31 
Buchanan. 

Schneider Valentine. Cabinet Makers 
Union, r. 203 E. New York. 

Schneider John, lab., r. 507 N. Missis- 
sippi. 

SCHNEIDER & CO., (John S., 
Louis Nciihacher and C. Karle) pro- 
prietors Plioeiii.x Uell and Brass 
Foundry, 20 Union. 

Schniili Hi-nrv, (Seveiin & S, also E. 
0»er & Cn } r. 124 N. AlMhamt. 

Schnull's Block, sw. cor. Meridian and 
Georgi I. 

Schoeu Andrew, finisher, 3 M.irtinsdale's 
blk. 

fichoen Geo , porter, A. E.Vinton, r. same. 

Schoelilo Chrisiiin, birkcpper, .Mirinont 
Hall, cot. Illinois and George, r. 
same. 

Schofield James C., salesmin, G2 S. .Meri- 
dian, bds. Shermau House, 



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Teas, Coffees, Sugars & Spices 

DIUECT FROJI THE 

Importers and Refineries, 
HIS CUSTOMERS TWO OR THREE PROFITS. 



Sohofielil Nndinn. jr. (ArKlerson, Bullock 

k S.) V. Fninklin, Indi.ina. 
Scholer Joliii, works. Scliiieiaer & Co., 

bils. LnFaveilo lloiisp. 
Sclioinherff Wm , boms nn(\ slioes. 21S E. 

W.ishineton, r. 131 Unvi.lsnn. 
Sdiomeir William, cooper, r 311 N. Nohle. 
Sclionncker Clnra, hair braider, r. 134 N. 

Illinois. 
Schonncker Louis. Heketclk. Union De- 
pot, r. 134 N. Illinois. 
Scbonnger Chrislian, carpenter, r. 307 E. 

Wiisliington. 
Scboohy Thomas, r. 5-20 N. Illinois. 
Sohoppe William, tanner, r. 350 S. Del-a- 

wnre. 
Sclioppenhorst W.. (wid ) r. 42 Loclterbie. 
Schorlz.loseph, with McCord & Whealley, 

r. 30 E roburn. 
Schowe Frederic, blacksmith, ^. 1 Water. 
Schowe F. W., carpenter, r. 338 S. Ala- 
bama. 
Schowe Henry J., machmisf, r. 9 Water. 
Schowe William, carpenter, r. 338 S. 

Alabama. 
Schowe Wm., machinist, Eaj;!^ Machine 

Works, bds. 3 50 Virginia av. 
Schr,ider Anthony, lab., r. 270 N. Liberty. 
Schroder Charles, (S. & Harting) r. 133 

E .Merrill. ' 
Schrader Christian, grocer, 389 Virginia 

nv.r. 3-55 E. McCartv. 
SCHRA.DER CHRISTIAN, glass 

and qiieensware, 94 E. Washington, 

r. 120 N. Mississippi. 
Schrader Frederick, cooper, r. 322 N. 

NoMe. 
Schrader .John A., r. rear of 126 N. Mis- 
sissippi. 
Schrader Rudolph, machinist, r. 332 E. 

Market. 
Schr.ider William, (Klare & S.) r. .574 S. 

Mpridiatv. 
Schrader & Ilarting, (Charles S. and 

John Harting) dealers in groceries 

and provisions, 299 S. Delaware. 
Schrakc Henrietta Miss, teacher Fourth 

Ward School, hds. 2-33 N. Noble. 
Schrake .Marv, (wid. Christopher) r. 2o3 

N. Noble. 
Schramm Charles, bookkeeper, r. 78 E. 

St. Joseph. 
Schramm J. C. A., bookkeeper, "1 and 

73 W. Washington, r. 78 E. St. 

Joseph. 



.■^chruiz Joseph, liib., r, 30 Coburm 

Schreicher Barbara, (wiJ.) r. 107 Fort 
AVayne av. 

Schreider Valentine, lab., r. 181 N. 
Noble. 

Schreiner Wm., tanner, r. 307 S. Penn- 
sylvania. 

Schroeder Christian, grocer, 401 Vir- 
ginia av , r. same. 

Sjhroeder Chri^lilln. works Washington 
Foundry, r. 124 K. McOarty. 

Schroer II, 11 , grocer, 2l>0 S. Alabama, r. 
same. 

Schroerlucke John, grocer, r. 105 Stev- 
ens. 

Schriizer John, tailor, r. 77 Cobnrn. 

Schubert George, lab., r. 328 N. We»t. 

Schubert George J., plasterer, r. 328 N. 
West. 

Schuck Frederick, cigarmaker, bds. Nei- 
man House. 

Schuck Michael, cigarmaker, bds. 287 E. 
Georgia. 

Schuck Fred., cigarmaker, bds. 33 S. 
Illinois. 

Schuerle Frederick, bartender Meridian 
Exchange. 

Schuesser Able, r. 220 S, East. 

Schuessler Abel, bricklayer, r. 85 N. 
New Jersey. 

Schuessler Courad, lab., r. 93 N. New_ 
Jersey. • 

Schulmeyer Frederick, gaslighter, r. 109 
E. St. Joseph. 

Schulmeyer Louis, butcher, r. 234 E. Wash- 
ington. 

Schuler Frydel, cabinetmaker, r. 301 
Vincent. 

Schuler Henry, boilermaker, r. 235 S. 
.Alabama. 

SchuUenberg Fred., chairmaker, r. 555 
S. East. 

Schulmier Henry, butcher, 207 Virginia 
av., r. 2.52 S. Delaware. 

Schulmier Lewis, with Stewart & Mor- 
gan, r 449 N. New Jersey. 

Schultz Frank, currier, r. Court. 
Schuliz Christine Miss, r. Court, nr 

Alabama. 
Schultz John, blacksmith, r. 7 Morrison. 
Schuliz William, plasterer, bds. 422 S. 

New Jersey. 
Schulcheis John, carpenter, r. 410 S. 

Illinois. 
Schultheis Michael, carpenter, r. 468 S. 

Schulizheis John, machinist, r. Louis- 
ville, Ky. 

Schultz August, finisher, r. 360 S. Ala- 
bama. 

Schultz Henry, cigars and tobacco, 30 
Virginia av. r. 17d S. Delaware. 

Schunk Peter, elk., r. nw. cor. Tennessee 
and Market. 



scH ;i: 

Sclmr Charles, salesrann, r. Court, bet. 
Knst iind New Jersey. 

SCHURICH FREDERTCK, gro 
ceriea nnj saloon, W. Iiiiiianapolis, 
r. same. 

Scliuricli Peter, elk. 0. Ludwig, r. cor. 
.Market and Tennessee. 

Scliurr Leonard, sr., clock repairer, 78 
Indiana av.. r. same. 

Scliiirr Leonard, jr., watcliijoaker and 
jeweler, 78 Indiana av. r. same. 

Schuster Joseph, tailor, r. 521 E. Mar- 
ket. 

SCHUTTER CHRISTIAN, gro- 
ceries and provisions, 239 S. Merid- 

Schuiz August, machinist, r. 351 S. Ala- 
bama. 
Schuiz liernian, flagman, r. 43G S. East. 
Schuyler C. II., printer. News office, r. 

142 N. Mi-aissippi. 
Schuyler William, printer, r. 142 N. 

Mississippi. 
Schwnbacher Joseph, (S. & Selig) r. 249 

N. Illinois. 
Schwabacher & Selig, (Joseph S. and 

Abr.am S.) wines and liquors, 41 S. 

Delaware. 
Schwabl> Henry, printer. Journal office, 

r. 2G Kentucky av. 
Sohwabb Leonard, miller White Rose 

Mill. 
Schwanenberger Leonard, teamster, r. 

W. end Washington. 
Schwrtrtz Andrew, r. 19 Lord. 
Schwartz Charles, cabinetmaker, r. 19 

Lord rd. 
Schwart: Charles, salesman, Parjs Store, 

bds. 28 W. Georgia. 
Sf^hwanz Henry, tailor, r. ISO E. Ohio. 
Schwartz Joseph, (Glick & S.) r. ne. cor. 

Market and Illinois. 
Schwartz Joseph, peddler, 'r. Mississippi 

bet. Second and Tliird. 
Schwailz I'eter, teamster, r. cor, Vermont 

and Winston. 
Schwariler Joseph, capmaker, 151 E. 

Washington, r. Cohurn. 
Schwear C. II. (S. & Spear) r. 57G E. 

Washington. 
Schwear Mary, (wid.) r. 576 E. St. Clair. 
Schweaf& s"pear. (C. 11. S. and F. S.) 

groceries and dry goods, 576 E, 

Washington. 
Schweitzer Adam, varnisher, r. 28-'! S. 

East. 
Schwegel D.iniel, collarmaker, r. 261 S. 

Pennsylvania. 
Schweinleger Wni., meat market, 329 S. 

Delaware, r. same. 
Schweinharl E,, bootmiiker, r. 08 E. St. 

Clair. 
Schweiizor, Adum, works f ft linet Makers' 

Union, r. 77 S. East. 



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30 East ^Vasliiiigton St.,| 

n-BLISHEns OP 

BENHAM'S MUSICAL REVIEW, 

MONTHLY, $1 00 PER ANNUM. 



Scbwicho Charles, grocer and produce 
624 S. Meiidian. 

Schwoho Charles, jr, elk., bds. 524 S. 
Meridian. 

Schwomeyer Charles, dealer in groceries 
and provisions, 397 S. Meridian, r. 
same. 

Schwinge Henry, elk., r. 174 W. Ohio. 

Schwoneyer Christian, drayman, r. E. 
iMichigan bet. Noble and Kailroad. 

Scofield S. A. Miss, teacher, Institute for 
the Blind. 

Scott Adam, (3. & Nicholson) r. 118 N. 
East, 

Scott Amos, teamster, r. 229 N. Win- 
Ion. 

Scott A. E., elk., 0. Holraan, r. 472 N. 
East. 

Scott .\lbin A , salesman, 5 Bates House 
blk., r. 472 N. East. 

Scott Charles, oavriagesraith, r. 472 N. 
East. 

Scott Charles, lab., r. 525 S. Illinois. 

Scott E. E. Mrs., matron, City Hospital. 

Scott George W., lab., r. 574 N. Mississ- 
aippi. 

Seolt Harvey, carpenter, r. 122 S. East. 

Scott H. B., salesman, Trade Palace, bds. 
203 N. Illinois. 

Scott James W, (S., West & Co.) r. Rich- 
mond, lud. 

Scott James W. (coVd) porter, W. H. 
Roll's carpet house, r. 77 Ann. 

SCOTT JEFF. K., proprietor Pal- 
mer House, se. cor. Washington and 
Illinois, r. same. 

Scott Jennie Miss, milliner, works Cope- 
land's, r. 415 S. Tennessee. 

Scott John, baker, 12 S, Meridian, bds. 
same. 

Scott John, bookkeeper, r, 57 Fayette. 

Scott John, (col'd) lab, r. 592 N. Alissis- 
sipTii. 

SCOTT JOHN N, attorney stliw, 
32i E. Washington, r. 179 N. Ala- 
bama. 

Scott John, Rev., r. cor. Jackson and 
Uniler. 

Pcott Joseph, lab., r. Patterson, nr. North, 

Scott Lon F., salesman, llollwegi; Reese. 

Scott Mary Mrs., primer, r. (i N Liberty. 

SCOTT S. T., agent Peoples' and Mer- 
chant's De-patch, 19 Virgnia av., r. 
217 E. Ohio. 

Scott Thomas, carpenter, r. 222 S. East. 



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THE CHINA TEA STORES 

Aro very hantlBoraely deconitcd vwlh 
.Accurate Vieirvs and Scenes 

tlllSESD LJFJ; A!M» SCEIVEKY. 

Call and see them before leaving the City. 



Scolt Willinni, cnrpeuler and joiner, r. 

415 S. Tcnnesbee. 
Scon W. li., elk. C. 0. C. & I. R. R., r. 271 

E. Ohio. 
SCOTT, WEST & CO. (James W. 

S., Jolin ('. W. nnd John A. Bur- 
bank) wliol. dealeis in china, glass 

nnd qiieeenswaie, rj7 S. .Meridian. 
Scolt & Nicholson, (Adr^m y. and Uavid 

N.) Blone cutters, cor. Canal and 

Kentucky av. 
Scribner George B. (Dswson & S.) bds. 

2.57 Indiana av. 
Scribner James, works, Glass Works, 

bds. '217 S. Illinois. 
Scudder Edward D., honey dealer, r. 158 

\V. Washington. 
Scudder Helen, (wid.) notions and trim- 
ming?, 85 N. New Jersey, r. same. 
Scudder Henry, teamster, r. 1 Geisen- 

dorff. 
Scudder John, foreman Exchauge Stables, 

r. 29 E. tihio. 
Scudder M. H., sleeping coach conductor. 
Scully Michael, lab., r. 3'.l S. West. 
Seag Jerry, lab., bds. Illinois House. 
Seaman Edwin, (S. & Strickland) bds. 

Ohio House. 
SEAMAN E. & Co., (Edwin S. and 

JJavid H. Strickland) dealers in 

wrapping papers, bags, twine, etc., 

79 Masonic Hall bldg. 
Searoer Conrad, upholsterer Philip Dobn, 
• r. 10 Lord. 
Seapp Samuel, checker I. & V. R, R.. bds. 

05 S. East. 
Search John, brassmoulder, r, Cincinnati, 

Ohio. 
Sears John, telegraph operator, bds. 426 

S. Tennessee. 
Sears Thomas, switchman T. II. & I. R. R , 

r. 42(j S. Tennessee. 
Seaton E. A., dealer in hats, caps and 

fuis, 25 N. Pennsylvania, r. 233 E. 

Jlichigan. 
Seaton William D., salesman 25 N. Penn- 
sylvania, bds. Pyle House. 
Seait John, bookkeeper Geisendorff & Co., 

r. 57 N. Fayette. 
Second Universalists Church, meets 

Masonic Hall. 
Second Presbyterian Church, nw. cor. 

Pennsylvania and New York. 
Secor S. U., printer Journal office, r. 137 

E. St. Marys. 



:^eclcst Chailes, justice of the peace, 45J 

E. Washiiigion, r. 317 S. Alabama. 
Sccresl Alice Miss, teacher Ninth Ward 

School, r. 317 S. Alab.ima. 
Secresi Henry, candyiuaker, r. 3 IIos- 

brook. 
Secrest John, watchman, J. M. k I. R. R. 

d.pot. r.408 E, Ohio. 
Secrest Nathan, r. 317 S. Alabama. 
Secrest S. Rev., pastor St. John's Church, 

r. 75 E. Maryland. 
Sedam Charles, (cold) lab., r. 101 E. St. 

Joseph. 
Seddelineycr, M. L., salesman Paris 

Store, bds. 489 N. Alabama. 
Sedgwick R., dealer in fancy dry coods, 

US N. Illinois, r. 129 N. Mississippi, 
Seeber S. S., floor walker, Trade Palace, 

bds. Union Dining Hall. 
Seeberger Louise Miss, teacher, bds. 203 

S. Illinois. 
Seemann Christian, grocer, 615 E. Wash- 
ington. 
Seele Henry, works Mansur's pork houae, 

r. 808 N. Liberty. 
Sees Mary, (wid. William P.) r. 136 N. 

Tennessee. 
Seger William, elk. 29 W. Washington, 

bds. 26 W. Georgia. 
Seger Jonathan M., carriage and wagon 

maker, 178 Indiana av., r. 267 N. 

West. 
Seger Levy, clothing, 227 E. Washington, 

r. same. 
Segrue Abbie Miss, servant, 290 W. Ver- 
mont. 
Sehad Mathias, groceries, notions, etc., 

300 lilake, r. same. 
Schaffer Fannie Miss, servant, 336 N. 

West. 
Schell Christian, lab., r. 575 S Illinois. 
Seibert Cicero, engineer fire department, 

bds. 130 E. New York. 
Seibert David, r. 205 E. .Market. 
Seibert Geo. W., grocer, 51 Noble, r. same. 
Seibert R. S., blacksmith, r. 11 N. Lib- 
erty. 
Seibert S, M., blacksmith, shop 302 E. 

Washington, r. 11 N, Liberty. 
Seibert T. 13., painter, r. 11 North Lib- 
erty. 
Seidensiickcr A. (A. S. & Co.) r. 174 

Madison av. 
SEIDENSTICKER A. & CO. (A. 

S. and A. Naliner) real estate and 

law oflice, 14 S. Delaware. 
Seidenslicker Frederick, saloon, 248 N. 

Noble, r. same. 
Seider C cooper, bds. California House. 
Seiders William II., insurance agent, r. 

374 N. West. 
Seifert Augustus, elk. 13 N. Illinois, bds. 

same. 
Seig J. H., Mrs. r. 91 E. Michigan. 



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Seiger Robert, machin 

ger's Hotel. 
Seimon C, lab., 253 N. Noble. 
Seimon Fidels, saloon, 211 W. Washing- 
ton, r. same. 
Seirs H. Mrs., washerwoman, I. C. & L. 

R. R. shops. 
Seise Annie, servant, G. P. Tuttle. 
Seisselle Christian, lab., r. 15 Russell. 
Seiter Christ, cooper, bds. California 

House. 
Seiter K., cask and tub manufacturer, 92 

Union, r. same. 
Seitz Charles, saloon, 110 S. Illinois, r. 

same. 
SEITZ FRED.,, proprietor Chicago 

House, 117 S. Illinois, r. same. 
Selig Abram, (Schwabacher & S.) r. 142 

Virginia av. 
Self Berry, (I. Davis & Co.) r. 169 Mas- 
sachusetts av. 
SELKING WILLIAM, saloon and 

billiards, 33 N. Pennsylvania, r. 2t) 

S. Alabama. 
Selking William, sen., superintendent 33 

N. Pennsylvania, r. same. 
Selking Louis, elk. H. Lieber &. Co., r. 467 

N. Delaware. 
Sellers John H., blacksmith, bds. 69 W. 

Market. 
Sellers Daniel, (S. & Lee) rooms Wiley's 

blk. 
Sellers John, with D. Sellers & Co., bds. 

90 N. East. 
Sellers Richard, wood yard, r. 163 N. 

Noble, 
Sellers & Co. (Daniel S. and Henry. Mar- 
shall) dealers in harness and sad- 
dlery, 11 S. Meridian. 
Sells Michael, cattle dealer, r. 176 S. New 

Jersey. 
Selman A. fi., physician, 21 Virginia av., 

r. 29 School. 
Semens E. C, Boston Store, r. 213 N. 

Pennsylvania. 
SEMFLE J. A., general ticket and 

freight agent C. & I. J. R. R., office 

110 and 112 Virginia av. 
Senecal A., printer. Sentinel office, bds. 

Circle Restaurant. 
Senour John, (S. & Co ) r. 24 W. Michi- 

SENOUR J. & CO. (J. S., W. S. and 

) dealers in boots and shoes, 5 

W, Washington. 

Senour W., pianomaker, r. 104 Vermont. 

Senour Wm. (S. & Co.) bds. Pyle House. 

Senour Zachariah, bootfitter, 20 W. Mary- 
land, r. same. 

Sentence John, lab., 33 Mud. 

Sephus Josephus, lab., r. W. Pennsylva- 
nia nr. Fourth. 

Serginson Joseph, works rolling mill, r. 
441 S. Illinois. 

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CITY SHOE STORE, 

I\o. 5 West TVasbing-ton St., 

Inrtianapolis, Ind, 



Server GramuUe, elk., Layman &. Fletcher, 

. r. 322 N. Winston. 
Serviss Wm., bookkeeper, J. S. Carey & 

Co., bds. ini N. Delaware. 
Seventh Presbyterian Church, Elm nr. 
cor. Cedar; John B. Brandt, pastor. 
Seventh Street School, Seventh bet. Ten- 
nessee and Illinois. 
Severin Henry, (S,, Schnull & Co.) r. 132 

N. New Jersey. 
SEVERIN, SCHNULL & CO. (H. 

S., H., S. and B. Appligate) whol. 

grocers, 55 and 57 S. Meridian. 
Sewall EUner C, salesman, 129 S. Meri- 
dian, bds, Sherman House. 
Seward Annie -Miss, seamstress, r. 15 

Madison av. 
Sexauer Edward, grocer, 125 E. Wash- 
ington, r. same. 
Sexton J,, printer. Journal office, bds. 79 

Massachusetts av. 
Sextron William, elk., Louis Lang, 29 S. 

Meridian, bds. same. 
Seybold James H., marble dealer, r. 233 

E. Ohio. 
Seymour Conrad, upholsterer, r. 10 

Lord. 
Shaddock D. J., engineer, C. C. C. & I. R. 

R. 
Shade Gottlieb, carriagemaker, r. 101 

Davidson. 
Shade R. W., elk., Trade Palace, r. nw 

cor. Blackford and Vermont. 
Shafer A. C, shoemaker, cor. Indiana av 

and Illinois. 
Shafer John, meatmarket, 92 N, Illinois 

r. Bluff rd. outside city limits, 
Shafer John, shoemaker, cor. Indiana av 

and Canal, r. 65 N. California. 
Shafer Simon, woodsawyer, r. 7 Osage. 
Shaffer George W., painter, r- 83 James 
Shaffer James, bootmaker, 65 S. Meri 

dian, bds. 35 Kentucky av, 
Shaffer John, shoemaker, r. 65 James. 
Shaffer I. J., miller, r. cor. Christian av. 

and Plum. 
Shaffer Mollie, (wid.) r. 84 S. Benton. 
Shaffer Mary Mrs., seamstress, r. 188 E, 

Washington. 
Shaffer Weller, painter, Shaw, Lippencott 

& Connor, r. 186 E. Washington. 
Shaler Henry, helper, C. C. C, & I. R. R. 

shops, 
Seeneberger David H. (Mick, Geyer & 

Co.) r. 346 N. Meridian. 



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Choice Green, Black & Japan Teas. 



Shank Benjamin S. 
Davidson. 

Shank John M., farmer, r. 219 N. David- 
son. 

Shanl: Wra. R., butcher, r. 219 N. DaTid- 

Shannon Sallie Y. (wid )boarding house, 
126 E. Ohio. 

Shannon Thomas A., watchmaker, Craft 
& Cutter, bds Pyle House. 

Share George, saddlery and harness, r. 
3.32 N. Alabama. 

SHARE GEORGE K., saddlery 
hardware and carriage goods, 40 S. 
Meridian. 

Share George K. (G. K. S. & Co.) r. 314 
W. New York. 

SharfF Niithan, elk. Rauh & Bros., r. 153 
W. Maryland. 

Sharp A. L., mail agent, Peru R. R. 

Sharp George, cigarmaker, r, 121 E, 
Meek. 

Sharp John S., bookkeeper, r. 493 S. New 
Jersey. 

Sharp R. J. (S. & Long) r. 119 S. Illi- 
nois. 

Sharp Stephen, engineer, r. 257 S. Ala- 
bama. 

Sharp & Long, (R. J. S. and Thomas L.) 
fish and oysters, 119 S. Illinois. 

Sharpe .\. W., wholesale and retail dealer 
in tobacco and cigars, 28 N. Penn- 
sylvania, r. 193 S. New Jersey. 

Sharpe Calvin L., with A. W. Sharpe, 
bds. 193 S. New Jersey. 

Sharpe David, (col'd) lab., r. Ash, near 
Christian av. 

Sharpe Ebenezer, elk. Fletcher & Sharpe, 
r. cor. First and Pennsylvaoia. 

Sharpe James, fish market, r. 107 S. New 
Jersey, 

Sharpe John, painter, r. 497 N. Alabama. 

?harpe J. K., hoots, shoes, and leather, 
47 and 49 S. Delaware, r, N. Penn- 
sylvania, outside city limits. 

Sharpe Leander, assistant mailing elk. 
Sentinel OfBce. 

Sharpe N. K., banker, r. N. Pennsyl- 

Sharpe Thomas H., (Fletcher & S.) r. 239 
N. Pennsylvania. 

Sharpless Pennell, elk. H. H. Lee, r. 71 
{Jalifornia. 

Shattuck David L., engineer, r. 393 .Mas- 
sachusetts av. 



Shaughnessey John, bar lender, 23 VV. 
Washington, r. 46 S. Bicking. 

Shaughnessey Thomas, lab., r. 235 Mi- 
nerva. 

Shaw Augustus D, R. R. cheokman, r. 
222 N. Winston. 

Shaw B, C, (S., Lippincott & Conner) r. 
22 Gregg. 

Shaw E., m.iil agent, I„ B. & W. R. B. 

Shaw Frank T., fireman, Central R. R, 
bds. 377 E, Georgia. 

Shaw George W., policeman, bds. National 
Hotel. 

Shaw Henry, trimmer, Shaw, Lippincott 
& Conner, r. Gregg, between East 
and New Jersey.^, 

Shaw James, boiler maker, works Eagle 
Machine Works, bds. 41 Russell. 

Shaw James, carriage maker, r. 219 
Buchanan. 

Shaw James C, wood worker, Shaw, Lip- 
pincott & Conner, r. 219 Buchanan. 

Shaw Jennie Miss, shirt maker, bds. 41 
Russell. 

Shaw J. C, carriage maker, r, 219 
Buchanan. 

SHAW, LIPPINCOTT & CON- 
NER, (Benjamin C. S., Samuel R. 
L., James H. C.) proprietors Indi- 
anapolis Coach Works, 26, 28 and 30 
E. Georgia. 

Shaw Malinda Mrs, r. 41 Russell. 

Shawver Arnas P., saddler James Sul- 
grove, r. 297 Indiana av. 

Shawver Christ. J., saddlemaker, r. 297 
Indiana av. 

Shay .Margaret Mrs., (wid. Patrick) r. 
.307 W. Market. 

Shay Robert, works rolling mill, bds. 810 
S, Illinois. 

Shea Catherine, domestic Bates House, » 

Shea Cornelius, lab., r. uw. cor. New 
York and Missouri. 

Shea Dennis, lab., r. 72 Railroad. 

Shea Jane, (wid.) r. 96 Railroad. 

Shea Jerry, lab., bds. 199 W. Maryland. 

Shea Johanna, domestic Bates House. 

Shea John, lab., U. S. iirsenal. 

Shea John, lab, r. 3-36 N. Winston. 

Shea Josie, domestic Bates House. 

Shea Mary, domestic Bates House. 

Shea Mary, (wid.) r. 162 .Meek. 

Shea .Michael, contractor, r. 520 N. Dela- 

Shea Patrick, lab., r. 145 Huron. 
Shea Thomas, lab,, r. 356 N. Winston, 
Shea Thomas R„ lab , r. 114 Plum. 
Shea Tim., railroader, r. 497 E. Georgia. 
Shea Timothy W., railroader, r, 503 E, 

Georg.a. 
Sheahy John, stonemason, bds. 199 W. 

.Maryland. 
Sheakle Fred., with McCord & Wheatley, 

r. 49 Coburn. ■ 



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Shear James, lab., r. 345 S, Missouri. 

Shearer Charles J., painter, r. 180 N, 
Missouri. 

Shearer Daniel, lab., r. 577 E, St. Clair. 

Shearer Frederick, teamster, r. 123 Ma- 
ple. 

Shearer John W., carpenter, r. 149 N. 
Winston. 

Shearer Louisa Miss, dressmaker, r. 167 
W. Washington. 

Shearer Mary, (wid George) dress- 
make r, 167 W. Washington. 

Shearer William, teamster, r. 577 E. St. 
Clair. 

Shean Thomas, lab., r. 98 Railroad. 

Sheau Jolly, lab., r. 90 Railroad. 

Sheay John, engineer T. H. & I. R. R., 
bds. Globe House. 

Sheek George, lab., r. 149 N. Noble. 

Shekell Edward, trimmer Shaw L. & C, 
bds. 60 S. Pennsylvania. 

Sheesley Eli, (Heckman & S.) r. 317 E. 
Washington. 

Sheets David, grocery and meat market, 
241 W. .McCarty, r. same. 

Sheets William, blank books and sta- 
tionery, 79 W. Washington. 

SHEFFIELD SAW WORKS, 210 
to 216 S. Illinois, E. C, Atkins & 
Co., proprietors. 

Shehan Diiniel, lab, r. 237 S. West. 

Shehan Maggie, servant Palmer House. 

Sheiiider Chiis-, grocer, r. 85 Bradehaw. 

Shelbert Peter, (col'd) lab., r. ne. cor. 
Second and Howard. 

SHELDON J. H., general superin 
tendent C. & I. J. R. R., office 110 
and 112 Virginia av., r. Cincinnati, 
Obio. 

Shellansen Mary, (wid.) r. 301 W, Mar- 
ket. 

Shellenberger Alexander, carpenter, r. 
486 N. Delaware. 

Shellman Harry J., reporter Journal of 
Commerce, r. 174 E. New York. 

Shelly Fred , saloon keeper, r. bet. New 
Jersey and East. 

Shelly Thornton, (col'd) lab., Palmer 
House. 

Shepard Abner H., carpenter, 127 E. 
Maryland, bds. 314 E. Market. 

Shepard Jonathan, carpenter, 127 E. 
Maryland, r. 314 E. .Market. 

Shepard M. Mrs., dressmaker, 331 N. 
New Jersey, r. same. 

SHEPHERD JAMES MeB.,Parlor 
Billiard Rooms, 179 E. Washington, 
r. 215 W. Maryland. 

Shepherd McB. H. V., conductor I. B. & 
W. R. R., r. 32 S. West. 

Shepherd Sophia Miss, servant, 23 Madi- 
son av. 

Shera William, carpenter, r. 22 W. Qeor- 
gift. 



BENHAM BRO'S, 

36 East Washington St., 
tRDIASAPOt.19 MANttPAOTORINO GO.'S 

F» I A. IV O S 5 

ELEGANT IN TONE AND FINISH, 

Durable in Construction. 



Sherer Adam, boot and shoemaker, 34 N. 
Illinois, r. 23 Grant. 

Sheridan Barney, works Novelty Works. 

Sheridan Bridget Mrs., domestic, Bates 
House. 

Sheridan John, lab., r. 20 Merrill. 

Sheridan John, bell boy Bates House. 

Sheridan John, works Novelty Works. 

Sheridan P., salesman New York Store, 
bds. Palmer House. 

Sherling Fred, teamster, r. 485 S. New 
Jersey. 

Sherman Charles H., salesman Trade 
Palace, bds. 203 N. Illinois, 

Sherman Gustavus, capitalist, r. 258 N. 
Pennsylvania. 

Sherman Leroy, (S. & Comingore) r. 239 
W. McCarty. 

Sherman Paul, harnessmaker, r. 62 Indi- 
ana av. 

Sherman & Comingore, (L. S. and W. D. 
C.) whol. dealers in feathers, pro- 
duce, etc., 21 W. Maryland, 

Sherwood F. W. (Millner & S.) bds. 
National Hotel. 

SHERWOOD L. Q., whol. dealer in 
reapers, mowers and threshers, 79 
and 81 N. Illinois, r. 656 N. Illi- 
nois. 

Sherwood Newton, railroader, bds. 395 S. 
West. 

Sherwood William 0., carpenter Chand- 
ler & Taylor, r. 1.52 Blake. 

Shide Charles, cooper, r. 337 W. Mary- 
land. 

Shidaler Th. J., carriagesmith, bds. 74 N. 
Pennsylvania. 

Shidmyer Chris , works Novelty Works. 

Shieds J. D., agent Bellefontaine Stock 
Yard, T.26Biddle. 

Shields , (col'd) lab., r. Tennessee 

N. of Seventh. 

Shifler John, blower glass works. 

Shiffler Richard, carriagesmith, bds. 68 

E. Market. 
SHILLING R. L., dealer and man- 
ufacturer of trunks and valises 55 
W. Washington, r. 259 N. New Jer- 
sey. 
Shilling R. W., trunkmaker, r. 120 N. 

Tennessee. 
Shilling William, trunkmaker, r. 169 N. 
Illinois. 

[ ShiUinger George, porter 108 S, Merid- 

I iau, I-. 167 Spring. 



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THE CHINA TEA STORES 

ARE AMONG THE 

Attractions of Indianapolis. 

Call and See Them before leaving the City, 

Shindle Rebecca V. Mrs., (wid.) r. 121 
W, Vermont. 

Shinner Burns, machinist, bda. 88 S, Mis- 
sissippi. 

Shipp J. P., salesman Landers, Conduit 
& Co,, bds. 26 W. Maryland. 

Shipp S. M, bookkeeper Rickard & Tal- 
bott, bds. National Hotel. 

Shippy John, works rolling mill, r. 71 
Maple. 

Shlott Sarah A. Mrs., (wid. William H.) 
r. 88 N. California. 

Shmalsigang Mary, (wid. MathewJ r. 76 
Garden. 

Shoe Samuel, moulder, bds. 19 Madison 
av. 

Shoemaker Amanda J. Miss, teacher 9th 
Ward School, bds. 305 E. New York. 

Shoemaker Charles, trunkmaker 39 S. 
Illinois, bds. 45 Fletcher av. 

Shoemaker Fredolin, (S. & Durfield) r. 
46 Fletcher av. 

Shoemaker George, lab., r. 127 Stevens. 

Shoemaker John F., pianomaker, r. 347 
N. Noble. 

Shoemaker. 0., pumpmaker, r. 57 Massa- 
chusetts av. 

SHOEMAKER & DURFIELD, 
(E. S. and J. F. D ) real estate bro- 
kers and patent solicitors, 16^ E. 
Washington. 

Sheen Andrew, tailor, r. E. Court, bet. 
New Jersey and East, 

Shonaker Alfred E., car recorder, T. H. 
& I. R. R., bds. 134 N. Illinois. 

Shonies William, currier, 125 S. Meri- 
dian, r. 307 S. Pennsylvania. 

Shook Michael, cigarmaker, bds. 287 E. 
Georgia. 

Shopp George, boot and shoemaker, 121 
S. Illinois, r. 140 Union. 

Shortall Christ., brakeman, C. C. C. & I. 
R. R, bds. 197 Meek. 

SHORTRIDGE A. C, superinten- 
dent Public Schools, r. 161 Jack- 
son. 

Shortridge A. F., r. 123 W. Vermont. 

SHORTRIDGE W. C , agent John 
Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Co., 
4 Citizens' National Bank bldg., bds. 
Pyle House. 

Shotts Susie, (wid. Charles) r. 24 Center. 

Shotwell Mahala Mrs., r. 133 Harrison. 

Shoughensby Patrick, lab., r. 305 W. 
Merrill. 



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Shoup Cnlvin, fireman, C. C. & 1. C. R. R. 

bds. 61 S. Noble. 
Shove Fred, finisher, 74 S. Pennsylvania, 
bds. Calfornia House. 

Shove Fred E., blacksmith, 74 S. Penn- 
sylvania, r. 41 Water. 

Shover James E. (Shover & Christian) i. 
318 N. Delaware. 

SHOVER & CHRISTIAN, (J.E. 
S. and W. F. C.) carpenttis and 
builders, 124 E. Vermont. 

Shovie Frederick, works, I. C. & L. K. R. 
shops, r. 350 Virginia av. 

Shovie Jocob, wiper, I. C. & L. R. R,, r. 
9 Water. 

Shwalter Samuel, groceries and provi- 
sions, 257 Indiana av., r. same. 

Shrader Fred, boots and shoes 85 W. 
Washington, r. same. 

Sheerer Harman H., piano manufacturer, 
rear 141 W. Washington, r. 260 S. 
Alabama. 

Sheerer William H., pianomaker, bds. 
260 S. Alabama, 

Shubert Lena Miss, teacher Ninth Ward 
School, bds. 328 N. West. 

Shue Wolfgung, works Novelty Works. 

Shughrue Patrick, lab., works T. H. R. 
R., r. 579 Maple. 

Shuh John, dealer in groceries, provi- 
sions, etc., 322 Virginia av., r. same. 

Shuir John, porter, 62 S. Meridian, r. S. 
Illinois. 

Shullz John, lab,, r. 471 E. Georgia. 

Shute Alfred, proprietor Little Hotel Sa- 
loon, r. 249 N. Mississippi. 

Shute Mary Miss, bds. 249 N. Missis- 
sippi, 

Shuth James, r. 251 S. Meridian. 

Shutter Christopher, grocer, r. 283 S. 
Pennsylvania. 

Shutts Charles P., cooper, bds. 335 W. 
Maryland. 

Shutts John W, cooper, bds. 336 W. 
Maryland 

Sickels Alma, (wid. William) r. 351 N. 
East 

Sickels William W. Rev., r. 361 N. East, 

Siddall J. P., physician, 166 Virginia av., 
r. 227 E. Louisiana. 

Siddel Nathan, lab., bds. 272 S. Missouri. 

Sides David T,, agent Franklin Life In- 
surance Co., cor. Illinois and Ken- 
lucky av., r. 50 W. New York. 

Sidey Thomas, salesman New York Store, 
bds. Avenue House. 

Sidney J. Vail, teacher Indiana Institu- 
tion for Deaf and Dumb. 

Siebert Ferdinand, painter, r. 211 N. 
Winston. 

Siebert Hiram, street contractor, r. 143 
S. East. 

Siebold John, cabinetmaker, r. 213 N. 
Noble. 



Siegel Ferdinand, stonemason, r. 26 Bid- 
del. 
Siene Christian, cigarmalier, r. 553 E. 

St, Clair. 
SIERSDORFER L., manufacturer 

and dealer in booia and shoes, 41 E. 

Washington, r. 187 Virginia av. 
SIETZ PEED., proprietor Chicago 

House, 117 S. Illinois, r, same. 
Sikes .loseph, (col'd) porter 18 VV. Pearl. 
Silverman A., shoemaker, bds. Globe 

House. 
Silvers Wm., coaohmaker, r. 29 Ma.s3a- 

chusetls av. 
Simco.'i Samuel, m.ichiuist, r. 35 Elm. 
Siramermann Geprge, r, 248 N. East. • 
Simmilink Mary, (wid ) r. 299 E. Ohio. 
Simmons Hermann, optician, 43 S. Illi- 
nois, 
Simms Addison, works Sims & Hoskins, 

r. 423 N. Mississippi. 
Simms August, baker, 178 S. Illinois, 

bds. same, 
Simms John, lab,, r. 217 W. South. 
Simms John, carpenter, r. 25 W. St. 

Clair. 
Simms John W. (S. & Hoskins) r. 423 N, 

Mississippi. 
Simms Wm., sup't new rolling mill, r. cor 

South and MoGill. 
Simms Wm., teamster, bds. 272 Winston 
SIMS & HOSKINS, (J. M. S. and 

R. S. H.) gravel and tar roofers, cor. 

Georgia and Canal. 
Simon Andrew, with Holland & Oster- 

nieyer, r. 581 E. Washington. 
Simon A. F., porter, 27 E. Maryland, r 

185 E, Washington. 
Simon Charles, carpenter, r. 12 Arch. 
Simon Christian, works lumber yard, r 

263 N. Noble. 
Simon Frederick, grocer, 188 N. Noble, r, 

same. 
Simon John P., currier and tanner, r. 

344 E. Market, 
Simon Peter, currier, 125 S. Meridian. 
Simons G. B., r. 552 N, Meridian. 
Simons Hiram T., carpenter, bds, 26 S. 

West. 
Simpson Charles, stonecutter, r. 31 Grant. 
Simpson Charles E,, T, H. & I. engineer 

corps, bds. Spencer House. 
Simpson James P., carpenter, r. 183 

Meek, 
SIMPSON JOHN, groceries and 

provisions, cor. Illinois and Georgia, 

bds, Spencer House. 
Simpson John E., assistant superintend- 
ent, T, H. & I. R, R., bds. cor. Vir- 
ginia av. and Alabama. 
Simpson J. L., works Jackson, Rider & 

Co. 
Simpson Nicholas, retail grocery, 235 S. 

Delaware, r. 263 S. Delaware. 



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BENHAM BRO'S, 



36 E. Wasliington St. 



INDIANAPOLIS MANUFACTURING CO.'S 
PI A.]VOS . 



Simpson Oliver, teamster, r. 129 N. Lib- 
erty. 

Simpson R., flour and feed, 43 S. Dela. 
ware, r, 353 S. Delaware. 

Simpson Richard, groceries and provis- 
ions, 56 S. Illinois, r. 325 S. Dela- 

Sincoe William, (col'd) lab., r. 43 Ellen, 

tiindlinger Godfrey, meat market, 194 S. 
Illinois, r. same. 

Sindlinger Peter, elk. 194 S. Hlinois. 

SINGLE ABDEN, saloon and bo^ 
ling alley, 176 E. Washington, 
same. 

Sirk Frank, teamster, r. 121 E. Ohio. 

SINKER ALFRED T., proprietor 
American Saw Works, cor. Pennsyl- 
vania and Georgia, r. N. city limits, 
on Western av. 

Sinker E. T., (S. & Davis J r. 84 W. Ver- 

SINKER & DAVIS, ( E. T. S. and T. 
D.) proprietors Western Machine 
Works, 125 S. Pennsylvania. 

Sinkes James M., carpenter, r. nw. cor. 
Vermont and Bright. 

Sinks Laura, (wid.) George, r. 75 W. 
First. 

Sipf Emma, domestic. Institute for the 
Blind. 

Sipf Minnie, cook. Institute for the Blind. 

Sipp Charles, machinist, r. 512 N. Mis- 
sissippi. 

Sisco H. C, works Osgood, Smith & Co. 

Sisco Joseph, lab., Osgood, Smith & Co. 

Sixth Ward School House, Union, be- 
tween Merrill and MoCarty, Ellen 
A. Davis, Principal. 

Skillen James, sr., proprietor jElna Mills, 
354 W. Washington, r. 48 N. West. 

Skillen James, works jEtna Mills, bds. 
48 N. West. 

Skillen William M., bookkeeper ./Etna 
Mills, bds. 366 W. Washington. 

Skinner Ellison E. (S. &Braddock) r. 124 
W. Si.xth. 

Skinner John, elk. 0. F. Mayhew. 

Skinner Mary Mrs., r. 22 S. East, 

Skinner & Braddock, ( E. E. S. and Jo- 
seph B.) dyers and scourers, 62 S. 
Illinois. 

Slahlhut Charles, carpenter, Muiphy, 
Johnston & Co. 

Slate Benjamin F., teamster McCord & 
Wheatley, r. 215 Coburn. 



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H. H. LEE 

Makes a Specialty of 

csoicB eoziPissr xcxo, 

OLD GOVEENMENT JAVA COFFEES, 



Slate H., elk. McCord X Wheatley, r. 215 

Coburn. 
Slattery William, lab., r. 3 Bates. 
Slatou Tbomns, (col'd) lab., r. Huron. 
Slaughter J. L., teller First National 

Blink, bds. Palmer House. 
Slaughter Milton A., carpenter, r. 203 

Meek. 
Slaven Mary M., pastry cook Bates 

House. 
Slavin Maria, (wid. James) dressmaker, 

r. 264 S. Tennessee. 
Bleelh James, harnessmaker, bds. 315 S. 

Missouri. 
Sleight Robert, machinist, bds. Washing- 
ton House. 
Slein Hei miin J., elk. Trade Palace, r. 231 

E. WashiDglOD. 
Sliebiiez Fred, jeweler, r. over 350 E. 

Market. 
Slife John, lab., r. Minerva, nr. Frank 

Wrigbi's brewry. 
Sloam E. W., r, 451 N. Pennsylvania. 
Sloan George W. (Browning & S.) r. 350 

N. Illinois. 
Sloan James K., stairbuilder, r. 549 N. 

Mississippi. 
Sloan John, works Jackson, Rider & Co. 
Sloan John, r. 230 N. Tennessee. 
Sloss Robert, minister, r. 198 N. Illinois. 
Sloan Robert, elk. Stoneman, Pee & Co., 

r. 230 N. Tennessee. 
Sloan Samuel, carpenter, r. 134 W. Mary- 
land. 
Sloan William G., r. 142 Bates. 
Sloniger Christian, teamster, r, 303 E. 

Washington. 
Sloss George, (col'd) expressman, r. 12 

Center. 
Slotzhauer Valentine, foreman Cabinet 

Maker's Union, r. 152 N. Davidson. 
Slusher Henry, dealer in watches, clocks 

and jewelry 190 W. Washington, r. 

same. 
Slusser Henry M., lab., r. 432 S. West. 
Smalhorse Simons, cigarmaker 166 N. 

Noble. 
Small Charles A., lab , r. 88 Michigan rd. 
Small David, carpenter, r. 89 Jackson. 
Small Henry, tailor, r. 144 W. New York. 
Small Jerome N., engineer I, C. & L. R. 

R., r. Ill Meek. 
Small Luella Miss, with William Sumner 

& Co., r. E. Washington beyond city 

limits. 



2 SMI 

Small William, salesman New York Store, 

bds Pyle House. 
Smallbolz Casper, saloonkeeper, r. 64 N. 

Noble. 
Smallholz John, lab., r. 64 N. Noble. 
SmelserOlive P., (wid. Jacob) r.38 Chris- 
Smiley Michael, works Osgood, Smith & 

Co., r. 59 Eddy. 
Smith Abraham, lab., r. 3 Rockwood. 
Smith Adaline, (wid. John) r. 168 Spring. 
Smith Albert, brakeman C. C. & I. C. R. 

R., bds, 58 Benton. 
Smith Albert, lab., r. 352 Indiana av. 
Smith Alice Mrs., boarding house, r, 171 

S. Alabama. 
Smith Amos D., carpenter, 86 W. Market. 

bds. 340 W. Vermont. 
Smith Andrew, engineer Peru R, R., r. 

96 Bates. 
Smith Andy, bar tender, H. Schaub, bds. 

334 Virginia av. 
Smith Arthur H., sleeping car conductor. 
Smith Alhlic, professor of music, r. 146 

Buchanan. 
Smith Aurelius, printer, r. 70 N. Missis- 
sippi. 
Smith belle Miss, bds. 75 W. South. 
SMITH BUTTLER K., jr., retail 

grocer, 94 N. Illinois, r. sume. 
Smith B. W., R. R. engineer, r. 301 S. 

East. 
Smith' Charles W., attorney at law, r. 

College av , 3d house N. of Christian 



Itteubach & Co.) i 



Smith Christian, 

131 Stevens, 
Smith Christina, r. 84 .Michigan Uoad. 
Smith Clara Miss, teacher Sixth Ward 

school house, bds. 144 N. Tennessee. 
Smith ( 
Smith 



school house, bds. 144 N. Tennessee. . 

Ih Collins 11., carpenter, r. 163 Spring. Ju 

th Columbus, (col'd) lab., r. African ^P 

al., between Sixth and Seventh. *■ 



Smith Cornelius J., blacksmith, r. 526 S. 
Illinois. 

Smith C. M., traveling agent, Josselyn 
Bros. & Co., bds. 112 N. Pennsylva- 
nia. 

Smith C. W., jr., lawyer, 5 Yohn's blk. 

Smith David, lab., r. 446 Indiana av. 

Smith Eben, (Strong & S.) r. 150 Chris- 
tian av. 

Smith Edward D. painter, bds. 176 
Blackford. 

Smith Elizabeth B., (wid. Caleb B.) r. 
296 W, New York, 

Smith Enoch, driver, r. 11 S. Alabama. 

Smith E. J., (wid.) Isaac, r. 70 N. Mis- 
sissippi. 

Smith E. M., physician, office 40 N. 
Pennsylvania, r. same. 

Smith F, puddler, r. 350 S. Delaware. 

Smith Frank, printer. Sentinel office, r. 
70 N. MisBissippi. 



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Smith Frank, r^al estate and money 
broker, 31 VV. Washington, r. nw. 
cor. Tennessee and Third. 
Smith Frank E., dealer in groceries, pro- 
visions, etc., 164 W. Michigan, r 
371 W. New York. 
Smith Fred, blacksmith, r. 46 Water. 
Smith Frederick, blacksmith C. C. C. & 

I. shops. 
Smith Frederick, dealer in groceries and 
provisions, cor. Vermont and Mis- 
sissippi, r. 468 N, Tennessee. 
SMITH FULLER, Ciiizebs' Car- 
riage and Wagon Manufactory, se. 
cor. Liberty and Washington, r. 318 
E. Market. 
Smith F. A., bookkeeper Sentinel office, 

bds. National Hotel. 
Smith F. P., r. 336 N. Noble. 
Smith George, cartman, 144 S. Alabama. 
Smith George, painter, r. 191 N. Liberty. 
Smith George, works Novelty Works. 
Smith George, r. 347 N. Tennessee. 
Smith George, second-hand furniture, 78 

S. Delaware, r. same. 
Smith George B., student, bds. 116 Broad- 
way. 
Smith G. T., salesman, 25 N. Pennsyl- 
vania, r. 229 N. New Jersey. 
Smith G. W, B., printer, r. 60 S. Penn- 

sylvania. 
Smith Henry Rev., r. 400 N. New Jersey 
Smith Harriet, (wid. William) r. 467 S' 

Illinois. 
SMITH HENRY, saloon, 129 W. 

Washington, r. s;ime. 
Smith Henry, wiper C. C. C. & L R. R. 

shops. 
Smith Henry C, railroader, bds. 62 

Bates. 
Smith Herold, elk., r. over 306 E. Wash- 

ington. 
Smith Hiram, (col'd) barber, works M. 

Mason, r. W. Vermont. 
Smith Horace W., r. 296 W. New York. 
Smith H., elk., r. 116 N. Alabama, 
Smith H. B,, freight agent, bds. Pyle 

House. 
Smith Isaac, peddler, r. 414 S. Ten- 
nessee. 
SMITH, ITTENBACH & CO. 
(C. S., G. I, and F. I.) marble works, 
two square E. of Noble, bet. Harri- 
son and Lord. 
Smith Jacob, cigar manufacturer, 32 

Jones, r. same. 
Smith Jacob, (col'd) lab., r. 102 Howard. 
Smith Jacob, (col'd) lab., r. 126 N. Cali- 
fornia. 
Smith Jacob, barber, bds. 144 N.Pennsyl- 
vania. 
Smith Jacob W., foreman, Braden & Bur- 
ford's bookbiudery, bds. 86 N. Cali- 
fornia. 



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BENHAfVI BRO'S, 



East AVashington St.. 



BUKOETT ORGJ-AIV. 



Smith .lames, supt. Home Travelers In- 
surance Co., r. cor. Pennsylvania and 
Fourth. 

Smith James, elk., Warren Tate, r. 45 
Fletcher av. 

Smith James, railroad conductor, r. 326 
E. Michigan. 

Smith James, r. 33 S. West. 

Smith James, painter, r. 228 -Massachu- 
setts av. 

Smith James, brickmaker, r. 285 Massa- 
chusetts av. 

SMITH JAMES H. V., dealer in 
books and stationery, 4 E, Washing- 
ton, r, 225 S. New Jersey. 

Smith Jennie Miss, servent, 124 S. Meri- 
dian. 

Smith John, lab., r. 397 W. New York, 

.Smith John, bds. California House. 

Smith John, lab., r. 72 Fayette. 

Smith John, (B. & S.) r. 69 Bright. 

Smith John, with W. Smith, r. 222 E. 
Washington. 

Smith John, shoemaker, r. 69 Bright, 

Smith John B., dyer and scourer, 3 Mar- 
tindale's Block, r. 266 N. West. 

Smith John C, carpenter, r. 86 James. 

Smith John W., teamster Frank Wright's 
Ale House, bds. Pjle House. 

Smith John W., porter 32 S. Meridian, r. 
62 E. Bates. 

Smith Jonathan, printer. Sentinel job 
rooms, bds. 60 S, Pennsylvania. 

Smith Jos., lithographer,bds. 147 N.Noble. 

Smith Joseph, dealer in books, newspa- 
pers, etc., 13 N. Illinois, bds. same. 

Smith J. C, conductor I. C. & L. R. R., r. 
171 S. New Jersey. 

Smith J. C, insurance agent, r. 229 N. 
New Jersey. 

Smith J. C, carpenter, r. 394 S, Dela- 
ware. 

Smith J. G., blacksmith, r. 162 N. New 
Jersey. 

Smith J. H , commission merchant 322 
li. Washington, r. 19 Short. 

Smith J. J., (E. Johnson & Co.) r. AVater- 
loo, N. Y. 

Smith J. L., insurance agent, r. 218 N. 
Alabama. 

SMITH J. W., agent Florence Sewing 
Machine, 27 N. Pennsylvania, also 
Smith & Foster, r. 123 N. Illinois. 

Smith J. W., cigarmaker, r.244JE. Wash- 
ington. 



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Have the KAME of being the 

MOST ATTRACTIVE STORES IN THE WEST. 

No. 7 Odd Fellows Hall 
ACADEniT OF MUSIC COICNER. 



Smith J. W„ shipping elk. 52 S. Merid- 
ian, bds. Sherman House. 

Smith J. H. C, bookbinder, r. ,329 N. Illi- 
nois. 

Smith Lavini^i, ( wid, William J.) r. 371 
W. New York. 

Smith Lawrence, porter, r. 72 Davidson. 

Smith Lizzie 1)., milliner and dressmaker 
40 S. Illinois, bds. Pjle House. 

Smith Louis, lab., r. African al., bet. 
Sixth and Seventh. 

Smith Maggie Miss, servant, 19 Henry. 

Smith Mary Mrs., r. 51 N, Tennessee. 

Smith Mary E , (wid.) r. over 383 E. Mar- 
ket. 

Smith Mathew, carpenter, works Chand- 
ler & Taylor, r. Douglass, bet. New 
York and Ohio. 

Smith M. W., traveling agent, r. 227 Vir- 
ginia av. 

Smith Nannie A. Mrs,, r, 149 N. Califor- 
nia. 

SMITH N. R. & CO., importers and 
dealers in dry goods, 26 and 28 W. 
Washington, r. 442 N. Illinois. . 

Smith Peter G., cabinetmaker, r. 394 E. 
Market. 

Smith Richard, (col'd) lab., r. 170 W. 
Georgia, 

Smith Robert, cigar mater, r. over 800 
E. Washington. 

SMITH, REYNOLDS & THOM- 
AS, (S, S. S., I. R., and K. li. T.) 
manufacturers of all kinds of tobac- 
cos, 85 and 87 E. South, 

Smith Samuel, agent Gutenberg Printing 
Co., r. 120. E. Merrill. 

Smith Samuel, shoemaker, bds. Globe 
House. 

Smith Samuel, (col'd) lab., r. 184 N. Mis- 
souri. 

Smith Sarah, assistant superintendent. 
Home of the Friendless. 

Smith Sarah A., tailoress, works 15C W. 
Washington, bds. 208 W. Ohio. 

Smith Sarah A., (wid.) Harrison, r. 423 
W. Washington. 

Smith Sophia, (wid.) r. 196 Bates. 

Smith Sophia, (wid.) r. 148 E. Pratt. 

Smith Squire, salesman, bds. 208 W. 
Ohio. 

Smith S. A. Miss, school teacher, r. 45 
N. Alabama. 

Smith S. F., (Osgood, S. & Co.) r. 28 Fort 
Wayne av. 



Smith S. S, (S., Reynolds & Thomas) r. 

02 Greer. 
Smith Theodore, r. 184 N. Tennessee. 
Smith Thomas, lab., r. 298 W. Market. 
Smith Thomas, lab,, r. 11 Dacota. 
Smith Thomas, baggagemaster C, C. C. & 

I. R. R. 
Smith Thomas, (col'd) lab., r. 134 Bright. 
Smith Thomas A., elk. Hoosier Store, bds. 

.Macy House. 
Smith Washington, carpenter, bds. Chi- 
cago House. 
SMITH WILLIAM, manufacturer 

so'la water, 222 E. Washington, r. 

same. 
Smith William, lab., r. 24 Jones. 
Smith William, salesman, bds. Beiler's, 

S. Tennessee. 
Smith William, wagonmaker, r. 131 

Bates. 
Smith William, fireman I. C. &. L R. R., 

r. 196 Bates. 
Smith William, tobac-.oilist, r. 312 S. 

Delaware. 
Smith William S,, fruit dealer, r. 31 W. 

Michigan. 
Smith William Q., wheelwright, r. 20 W. 

Georgia. 
Smith William W., railroad agent, r. 203 

W. South. 
Smith W. (Tucker & S.) r. 97 N. Dela- 

Smith W. A., saloon, 40 W. Louisiana, r. 
same. 

Smith W. H., bookkeeper Mooney & Co., 
bda. 162 N. New Jersey. 

Smith W. P., surveyor, 248 N. East. 

Smith Wm. Q., r. 180 N. East, 

SMITH & FOSTER, (J. W. S. & 
Wallace F. ) prize medal shirts and 
men's furnishing goods, 22 E. Wash- 
ington. 

Smithers Henry, r. 368 N. .Mississippi. 

Smithers James W. (Daggett & Co.) r. 
Jackson, cor. Christian av. 

Smithers John, sr., r. 184 N. Tennessee. 

Smithers John W,, bookkeeper Chandler 
& Taylor, bds. 184 N. Tennessee. 

Smitherl Annie E. Mrs., r. 97 W. South. 

Smock George W., auctioneer for Spell- 
man & Co., r. 14 S. Mississippi.' 

Smock John, lab., r. 302 W Maryland. 

Smock .Mattie Miss, 24 S. New Jersey. 

Smock Newton, express messenger, r. 286 
Virginia av. 

Smock Peter, elk., r. 229 Virgiaia av. 

Smock Richard M , deputy county clerk, 
r. Western av., bet. Butler and For- 
est av. 

Smock R. T., lab., r. 317 W. Washington. 

Smock Samuel, jr. (S. & Cox) r. 36 N. New 
Jersey. 

Smock Samuel J. (S. & Cox) r. 36 N. New 
Jersey. 



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Smock William, lab, r. 302 W. Eivryland. 

Smock Wm. C, elk. Mariou iJounty r. 
410 N. Delaware. 

Smock William H., car deliverer, T. H. & 
I. R. R., r. 493 S. Tennessee. 

Smo^k & Cox, (S. J. S. and T. T. C.) boiler 
"*and sheet iron works, 24 E. Georgia. 

Snell Ellen, ( wid.) r. 172 W. Georgia. 

Snell Louis, lab., r. 339 S. East. 

Snider C, works Jackson, Rider & Cn. 

Snider G. W., bookkeeper, Anderson, 
Bullock & Schofield, bds. Pyle House. 

Snider'W. H„ dealer in drugs, medicines, 
etc., cor. Virginia av. East and South, 
r. same. 

Snow Wm. S., machinist, r. 282 N. Ala- 
ban a. 

Snowden Alary, (wid. James) r. 348 In- 
diana av. 

Snyder Adam, (Munday & S.) r. Dayton, 
Ohio. 

Snyder Charles D. (S. & Wolf) r. 85 
Bradshaw. 

Snyder David C. (S. & Hays) r. 454 N. 
Tennessee. 

SNYDER D. E. & CO. (D. E. S, 
and R. F. Fletcher) general insurance 
agents, 13 E. Washington. 

Snyder D. W., farmer, r. Virginia av., 
outside city limits. 

Snyder Frederick M., machinist, works 
Greenleaf & Co., r 375 S. Illinois. 

Snyder Hattie Miss, bds. 15 S. Missis- 
sippi. 

Snyder John F., carpenter, r. 508 N. Mis- 
sissippi. 

Snyder Peter, porter 123 S. Meridian, r. 
ws. Spring, nr. Michigan. 

Snyder Stephen, works Osgood, Smith & 
Co, r. 437 S. Illinois. 

SNYDEE & HAYS, (D. E. S. and J. 
C. H.) general insurance agents, 13 
E. Washington. 

Snyder & Wolfe, (C. D, S, and W. A. W.) 
dealers in groceries and provisions, 
200 Virginia av. 

Sobbe Charles, carpenter, r. 247 N. 
Winston. 

Sobbe Christian F., teamster, works 397 
S. Meridian, bds. same. 

Sobbe Henry, carpenter, bds. 231 N. 
Davidson. 

Sobbe Henry, elk. 193 S. Tennessee, bds. 
same. 

Socks Philip, cooper, r. 77 N. Illinois, . 

Socwell H. M., grocer, 232 E. Washing- 
ton, r. 266 E. Market. 

Socwell Samuel H., elk., r. 266 E. Mar- 
ket. 

Socwell Wm. P., elk., bds. 266 E. Market. 

SOEHNER CHARLES, ag't Stein- 
way Pianos, and dealer in organs, 
melodious, etc., 85 N. Illinois, r. 86 
N. niinois. 

21 



BENHAM BRO'S, 

36 East Washington St., 
Pianos, Organs and Melodeons 

FOR 

CASH OR. oiv tim:e. 



SoeWner Charles, jr., salesman, 131 S, 
Meridian, r. 86 N. Illinois. 

Sogemeier Wm. (H. Altman & Co.) r. cor. 
Ray and Meridian. 

Sogen John, machinist, r. Sinker bet. 
New Jersey and Alabama. 

Sohl Alfred J (S. Gibson & Co.) r. 336 
W. New York. 

SOHL, GIBSON & CO. (L. S., D. 
G. and A. J. S.) proprietors White 
Rose Flouring Mill, 352 W. Wash- 
ington. 

Sohl Levi, (Sohl, Gibson & Co.) r. Louis- 
ville, Ky. 

Sohl Nathan, miller, r. 295 Indiana av. 

Solomon Charles, dealer in second haul 
clothing, 200 S. Illnois, r. same. 

Solomon Henry, (S. & Garrett) r. over 38 
S. Illinois. 

Solomon Joseph, (J. & M. S.) r. 40 N. 
East. 

Solomon Morris, (J. & M. S.) r. 18 S. 
Mississippi. 

SOLOMON J. & M., (Joseph and 
Morris S.) Central Loan Office, 25 S. 
Illinois. 

SOLOMON & GARRETT, (H. S. 
andJ.G.) proprietors Capital Cigar 
Store, 42 W. Washington. 

Sommerlad C, varnisher and polisher, 1 
and 73 W. Washington. 

Sonderegger Frank, painter, r. 126 Spring. 

Sonnefield William, teamster, r. 64 S. No- 
ble. 

Soper Solon R., oik. 18 W. Pearl, r. 28 
Henry. 

Soule Charles E , printer Sentinel Office, 
r. 138 Blake. 

Soule Eliza M., (wid. Joshua) r. 138 
Blake. 

Soule James, lab. P. C. & St. L. Ft. Depot. 

Soule James, carpenter, bds. 65 S. East; 

Southard A. B.. general ticket agent I. P. 
& C. R. W., r. 80 W. St. Clair. 

Southard George, telegraph operator, r. 
274 E. St. Clair. 

Southard James M., carpenter, r. 123 
Meek. 

Southard J. P., bookkeeper, r. 399 N. Ala- 
bama. 

Southard Mathew K., r. 49 Chatham. 

Southerland James W., machinist, r. 58 
Greer. 

Sowders J. M., (S. & Jacoby) r. 35 
Blake. 



sow 186 

JOHN SENOTJE. WILL SENOOE. 

J. SENOUR & CO,, 

CITY SHOE STORE, 

No. 5 West Washington si., 

Indianapolis. Ind. 

Sowders & Jacoby, (J. N. S. & D. K. J.) 
fish dealers 20 W. Pearl, 

SPADES M. H., dealer in dry goods, 
nolioDS, human hair, etc., 20 E. Wash- 
ington. 

Spahr F. L , bookkeeper 131 S. Meridian, 
bds. Sherman House. 

Spahr George W., (Spahr & Daily) r. 21 
Lockerbie. 

Spahr Peter, works Jackson Rider & 

Cn. 

SPAHR & DAILY, (Geo. S. and 
Hez. D. ) attorneys, 20i N. Delaware, 
room 2. 

Spann John M., student, r. 163 N. Penn- 
sylvania. 

Spann John S., (J. S. S, & Co.) r. 163 N. 
Pennsylvania. 

SPANN JOHN S. & CO., (J. S. S. 
T. II. S., and J. 15. Cleveland) real 
estate agents. Brown's blk. 

Spann Thomas H., (J. S. S. & Co.) r. 168 
N. Pennsylvania. 

Spaps Kate Miss, elk. Trade Palace, bds. 
344 N. East. 

Sparks John C, lab., r. 223 W. Wasbing- 



SPO 

SPENCER CHARLES N.. trav- 
eling agent, West, Morris A Co., r. 
85 N. Noble, 
pencer Eli, brickmason, r. 695 E.Wash- 
ington, 

Spencer Charles F., elk. Bee Hive, bds. 
Indiana av. 

Spencer James, (col'd) proprietor eating 
saloon, r. 225 N. Tennessee. 

SPENCER MILTON, grocer. 102 E. 
Washington, bds. same. 

Spice Adolph, (col'd) lab., r. cor. North 
and Blake. 

Spicer A., bds. 67 N. Davidson.- 

Spicer Bloomfield, r. 67 N. Davidson. 

Spicer E. iM., letter carrier, r. Pyle 
House. 

Spicer Wm., lab., Bunte & Dickson. 

Spiegel Augustus, (S.. Thorns & Co.) r. 
219 N. Liberty. 

Spiegel Christian, (S., Thoms 6i Co.) r. 
310 N. East. 

Spiegel Edward, cabinetmaker, r. 215 
Massachusetts av. 

Spiegel F. H., turner, r. 310 N. East. 

SPIEGEL, THOMS & CO. (Aug. 
Spiegel, Fred Thoms and H. Frank") 
whol. and retail dealers in all kinds 
of furniture, 71 and 73 W. Washing- 

, cabinetmaker, r. SIGN. 

C, cabinetmaker, r. 219 



ton. 



Neiman 
M. & 



Sparks R. A., cigar maker. 

House. 
Spaulding J., baggage master, J 

I. R. R. 
SPA ULDING J. L., proprietor Steam 

Laundry, office 74 E. Market, bds. 

Pattison House. 
Spaulding Ralph, (col'd) teamster, r. 360 

W. Market. 
Speer Fred, (Schwear & S.) r. 548 E. 

Washington. 
Speckman Henry, cigar manufacturer 

and dealer in tobacco, 108 S. Illinois, 

r. same. 
Speed L. Hawkins, elk. Harrison's bank, 

bds. 252 N. Meridian. 
Speera Sarah, (col'd wid. John.) r. 142 

Douglass. 
Spellman Fred, lab.. Starch Factory. 
Spellman John, merchant police, r. 340 

Railroad. 
Spellman Samuel, (S. & Aron) r. 180 

A''irginia av. 
SPELLMAN & CO., (S, S. and C. 

A.) auction and commission. 111 S. 

Illinois, and 85 E. Washington. 
Spencer Andrew, fireman C. C. & I. C 

B. R., bds. 61 S. Noble. 



ton. 



Spiegel Willi: 
East. 

Spiegel Willi! 
N. Liberty. 

Spilker Charles, teamster, bds. 37 Ori- 
ental. 

Spittel Joseph, machinist, r. 203 N. 
Davidson. 

Spitzelweiner Jack, watchman, r. 79 N. 
Noble, 

SPITZFADEN PETER, meat mar- 
ket, 71 E. Washington and 152 
Virginia av., r. 252 S. Delaware. 

Spitznagel Leopold, barber, r. 4.54 S. Me- 
ridian. 

Splain Timothy, lab., r. 365 E. Mar- 
ket. 

Splann James, teamster, 24 W. Mary- 
land, r. 89 S. West. 

Splann Nicholas, coalheaver, r. 95 S. 
West. 

Splann Timothy, boss teamster, 24 W. 
Maryland, r. 79 S. West. 

Spohr J. G. (Maurice & S.) bds. 113 E. 
Washington. 

Sponable M. J. (wid. Philip) r. 175 N. 
Tennessee. 

Sponsel Conrad, (S. & Balz) Union Beep 
Brewerv, r. Madison rd., S. of city. 

SPONSEL HENRY, dealer in gro- 
ceries and provisions, 365 S. Dela- 
ware, r. same. 

Sponsel George, saloon, 231 S. Delaware, 
r. same. 



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Sponsel George, night policeman, r. 240 S. 

Delaware. 
SPONSEL & BALZ, (Conrad S. 
ond Peter 15.) Union Beer Brewery, 
Watlison rd., soutli of city. 
Spoon.er B, J., U. S. Marshall, bds. Bates 

House. 
Spoou'jr John C, Deputy U. S. Marshall, 

r. Lawrenceberg, Ind. 
Spotts William, commission house and 
feed store, cor, Delaware and Virgi- 
nia av., r. 329 E. Market. 
Spothegel Sweedey Paper, published by 
the Gutenberg Printing and Pub- 
lishing Co. 
Spratt John E., bookkeeper, 24 W. Mary- 
land, bds. 120 N. Tennessee, 
gpratt S. D,, trunkmaker, bds. 126 N. 

Tennessee. 
Spratt T. B., superintendent Union Depot 

Dining Hall, bds. same. 
.Spray Jessie, brakeman, C, & I. J. R, R., 

r. R26 W. Maryland. 
Sprav Jennie Miss, seamstress, r. 326 W. 

Klaryland. 
Spray Joseph, lab., bds. 326 W, Mary- 
land. 
Spray Lizzie Miss, with W. H. Valentine, 

r. 326 W. Maryland. 
Spreng Adam, stonecutter, r, 128 N. Lib- 
erty. 
Sprengpfeil Henry, (S. & Co,) r. 42 S. 

Lihertv. 
SPRENGPFEIL & CO.. (H. S. and 
C. Wagner) boot and shoe manufac- 
turers, 122 S. Illinois. 
Springer David, carpenter and atair 
builder, 260 Massachusetts av., r. 13 
Chatham. 
Springer J. E., sup't agencies, Security 
Life Insurance Co., 2 Blake's row, r. 
115 Meek, 
Springer J., patternmaker, r. 305 Bates. 
Springer Martin B., moulder, r, 103 

Meek. 
Springle Mrs., boarding house, r. 103 S. 

New Jersey. 
Springsteen .\bram, brickmason, r. 268 

E. Market. 
Springsteen Abraham F., bricklayer, r. 

117 Spring. 
Springsteen Charley, elk. lunch stand 

Union Depot, bds. 117 Spring. 
Springsteen Jefferson, deputy marshall 

Union Depot, r. 117 Spring. 
Springsteen John, signpainter, bds. 117 

Spring. 
Sproudle George, saw mill, r. II Ells- 
worth. 
SPEOULE, CONKLIN & LEE, 
{Frank S , John P. C. and D D. L.,) 
manufacturers patent steam bent 
chair backs and seats, nw. cor. New 
York and Canal, i 



187 ST A 

BENHAM BRO'S, 

36 East Washington St.t 

Pianos, Organs and Melodeons Tuned, 
Moved and Repaired. 



Sproule J. E., elk., bds. 132 N. Alabama 
Sproule Robert S., r. 132 N. Alabama. 
Sproule William K., bookkeeper, r. 92 S, 

Mississippi. 
Sprord Louise Airs., washerwoman, r. 464 

Spurier J B., lab., r. 322 W. Washington. 

Staats G. D., janitor Odd Fellows Hall, 
r. 10 E. Michigan. 

Staats Matlie Mrs., seamstress, r. 48i 
Massachusetts av. 

Staats W. K., bds. 10 E. Michigan. 

Stabler Michael, teamster, r. 133 
Spring. 

Stacy Mahlon D., watchmaker, 34 Vir- 
ginia av., r. 269 Virginia av. 

Stacy M. H., finisher Merritt & Coughlin, 
r. 331 N. Blake. 

Stacy Sanford, works Merritt & Cough- 
lin, bds. 331 N. Blake. 

Stafford Dan, fireman Sherman House. 

Stagg Charles W., attoroey at law, r. 267 
W. Vermont. 

Stagg Eliza P. (wid.) r. 146 W. New 
York. 

Stahnhaut Frederick, saddler, r. G64 N. 
Tennessee, 

Stake Charles, engineer C. C. & I. C. R. 
R, bds. 21 Meek. 

Stake John, fireman C. C. & I. C. R. R. 

Stake Joseph, chair ornamenter, r. 21 
Meek. 

Staley F. J., r. W. North, nr. Lafayete. 
Depot. 

Stalker Martha, (wid.) r. 87 S. Liberty. 

Stalker Malinda, housekeeper, r. 87 S. 
Liberty. 

Stanbaker George, teamster, r. 32 W. 
Market. 

Stanley Ellen, (wid.) r. 358 N. Winston. 

Stanley Cleopatre Miss, actress, r. 358 N. 
Winston. 

STANRIDGE HENRY J., prop, 
Stanridge House, 41 W. Maryland. 

Stanton Anna, (wid ) bds. 107 High. 

Stanton A. P., lawyer, r. 357 N. East. 

Stanton John, moulder D. Root & Co. 

Staples Joshua, civil engineer, r. 368 N. 

New Jersey- 
Staples Fleetwood, (col'd) lab., r. cor. 
Tinker and Lafayette R. R. 

Staples Eliza, (wid.) r. 368 N. New Jer- 
sey. 

Stapley Samuel, cigarmaker, bds. Deca- 
tur Uonse 



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M. li. LEE, 

Dealer in 

Teas, Coffees, Sugars & Spices, 

No, 7 ODD FELLOWS HALL 

AND 
ACADEMY OF MUSIC CORNER. 

STAPP JAMES H., real eMate ngt. 
and attorney at law 10 S. Pennsyl- 
vania, r. 721 N. Mississippi. 

Slapp T. B,, letter carrier, r. 110 N. Mis- 
souri. 

STAR TJNION LINE— FAST 
TREIGHT — S. P. GRAY, 
AGENT, 85 Virginia av., r. 70 E. 
St. Clair. 

Starbuck Richard, works Indianapolis 
Wagon and Agricultural Works, bds. 
118 S. East. 

Stark riiristian, carriagemaker, r. 38 S. 
Alabama. 

Stark E. J., (wid.) r. 140 Massachusetts 
av. 

Stark Giistav G., secretary Cabinet Mak- 
ers Union, r. E. end Ohio. 

Stark Hermann, boot and shoemaker, r. 
23 N. New Jersey. 

Stark William, lab., r. 14 N. California. 

STARLING S. S. MRS., artist 77J 
E. Market, r. same. 

Starr George W., medical student, bds. 
1S9 N. Alabama. 

Starr John, carpenter, r. 253 S, Missouri, 

Starr S. C, works Novelty Works. 

Starr Wm., merchant policeman, r, 1G4 
W Washington. 

State Board of Agricultural, office, Slate 
House. 

State House, bet. Mississippi and Ten- 
nessee, and Washington and Mar- 



ket. 



Ten- 



State Offices in State Building, 

necsee and Washington. 
STATE SENTINEL, (Daily and 

Weekly) R. J. Bright, prop'r; office^ 

se. cor. Meridian and Circle. 
Staub Alexander, tinner, r. 200 N. Nohle, 
Stauh Gus., tinner, Tutewiler Bros., r. 200 

N. Noble. 
STAUB JOSEPH, merchant tailor, 

2 OJ.I Fellows Hall, r. 200 N. Noble. 
Stauffer William, elk., Concordia House, 

bds. same. 

Stauhood , r. 28 W. First. 

Steacy M. D., watchmaker, 24 Virginia 

av., r. 244 Virginia av. 
Steadman Henry S., chief clerk, Ben 

ham Bros., r. 174 Jackson. 
Stealv Israel, physician, r. 78 S. Illinois. 
STEAM CRACKER BAKERY, 

Parvott & Nickum, propr's, 188 E. 

WashingtOQ. 



Stearns John, fireman, C. C. & I. C. R. R.', 
bds, 58 Benton. 

Stebbins Sarah (wid. John) r. 33 Henry. 

Stebbs W. (wid.) dressmaker, r. 46J 
Massachusetts av. 

Stebzel John, barber, r. 376 E. Ohio. 

Steckhan Louis, upholsterer, r. 17 S. Mis- 
sissippi. 

Stedman E. P., elk., I. C. & L. freight 
office, r. 52 Bates. 

Stedman Percival, assl. freight agent, r. 
cor. Jackson and Ruth. 

Stedwick Catherine, (wid.) r. 144 Ste- 
vens. 

Steel E. R., bookkeeper, r. 218 E, Mar- 
ket. 

Steel T. J., printer, News office, r. 304 E. 
Georgia. 

Steel William H., carpenter, r. 304 E. 
Georgia. 

Steele Oliver, cooper, r. 127 N. Liberty. 

Steelsmith Simon, r. 512 N. Mississippi. 

Steffens Charles, saloon and beer gar- 
den, 192 N. Mississippi, r. same. 

Steffens E. F., r. 183 Blake. 

Stiffins George, butcher, bds. 207 W. 
Michigan. 

Stegall Jerry, blacksmith, r. 120 W. 
Maryland. 

StPiert Leopold, laborer, r. 64 Railroad. 

Stein Abraham, butcher, r. 177 Virginia 

Stein Ameil, elk., 24 W. Louisiana. 
Stein Ferd, barber, 276 E. Washington, 

Stein H. J., salesman Trade Palace, bds. 
231 E. Washington. 

Stein Joseph, boot and shoe manufac- 
turer, 106 S. Meridian, r. same. 

Stein William, baker, r. 107 E. Wash- 
ington. 

Steinacker Ernst, drayman, r. 481 S. 
New Jersey. 

Steinbauer Leonard, watchman Leiber's 
Brewery, r. 152 Madison av. 

Steiner John, upholsterer, with N. S. 
Baker, r. 62 W. South. 

Steinhauser B. E., bookbinder, 164 E. 
Washington, r, 171 E. Washington. 

Steinhauer Fred F., lilecutter, 136 S. 
Pennsylvania, r. 323 S. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Steinhauer M. (D. & S.)r. 260 S. Penn- 
sylvania. 

Steinhilber Annie, (wid.) r. 31C Rail- 
road. 

Steinmann George, tailor, bds. 139 Vir- 
ginia av. 

Steinmann John, merchant tailor, 32 
Virginia av., r. 139 Virginia av. 

Sieinmeyer William, porter, 59 S. Meri- 



STE 1^ 

Steinwinter Catherine,' (wid. J 1:28 E. St. 

Joseph, 
Steitlej John, works Sentinel office, r. 

341 N, Liberty, 
Stelbrick Henry, lab,, r. 625 N, Missis- 
sippi, 
Slellham Christ, framemaker, H, Lieber 

&Co„ r,306 N. Noble, 
Stellhorn Frederick, carpenter, r. 175 N. 

Davidson, 
Senmyer William, porter, Holliday & 

Co,, r, 141 Union. 
Stephens A, D., printer, Journal office, r, 

213 N. PennsyWania, 
Stephens Brother, teacher St. John's 

School, bds. same. ^ 

Stephens Hattie M., Exchange Store, 32 

S, Illinois, r. same, 
Stephens James, boilermaker, r, 118 

Benton, 
Stephens James V., boilermaker, r, 93 S. 

Benton, 
Stephens Samuel, boilermaker, C, C. & I. 

C R. R, r. 118 Benton, 
Stephens Thorns D„ r, 233 W. McCarty. 
Stephens Thomas D., confectioner, 104 

Indiana av., r. same. 
Stephenson John, cooper, r, 213 N, Mis- 
souri, 
Stephenson John W., engineer, r, 552 S. 

Meridian, 
Sterling George, carpenter, r, rear 31 

Indiana av. 
Stern M, G, J, Rev,, r. 30 Ch.ilham. 
Stern R., elk , 54 N. Illinois, bds. ne. cor. 

Market and Illinois. 
Sterne Sham, peddler, r. 123 W. McCarty. 
Sterr Wm,, rheumatic doctor, r. Bates. 
Stelser John, barber, r. 376 E. Ohio. 
Steubing Philip, lab., C. 0. & I. C. R. R., 

r. 211 N.Noble.. 
Steubing Wm., engineer C. C. & I. C. R. R. 
Stevens A. G., r. 241 Virginia av. 
Stevens Albert E,, conductor, C. C. <fe I. 

C. R. R., r. 318 E. Georgia. 
Stevens B. F., tinner, 32 S. Meridian, 

r. 358 N. Winston. 
Stevens Edward, (col'd) lab., bds. 170 W. 

Georgia. 
Stevens H. C, paperhanger, r. 516 N. 

Mississippi. 
Stevens James N., Lieutenant of police, 

r. First, bet. Tennessee and Missis- 
sippi. 
Stevens Levi B., brickmaker, r. 87 Union. 
Stevens M. Mrs., boarding house, r. 213 

N. Pennsylvania. 
Stevens Sarah Mrs., r. 348 N. Alabama. 
STEVENS THAD M., physician, 

over 15 E. Washington, r. 255 S, New 

Jersey. 
Stevenson D., bds. Bite" House. 
Stevenson David, cooper, r. 213 N. Mis- 
souri. 



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36 East Washisnton St., 

AGENTS FOR THE 

BURDETT ORGAN. 



Stevenson Samuel, boilermaker, r. 118 S. 
Benton. 

Steward Robert, elk. pension office, r. 77 J 
E. Market. 

Steward Madison, (cord) bds. 58 Oak. 

Stewart Annie, (wid.) r. 226 N. Meri- 
dian, 

Stewart Axim, (col'd) cook, r. 229 N. 
Tennessee, 

Stewart A J,, turner, r. 129 E, Merrill, 

Stewart Charles, machinist, r. 332 8. Del- 
aware. 

Stewart Charles G. (Bowen, S. & Co.) r. 
469 N, Illinois. 

Stewart Daniel, (S. & Morgan) r. 265 N. 
Illinois. 

Stewart Elizabeth, (wid. Andrew) r. 311 
Indiana av. 

Stewart George, (col'd, James & S.) r. 
Missouri, bet. Market and Ohio. 

Stewart G. H. W. (col'd) school teacher, 
. r. 173 Blake. 

Stewart Harriett, (wid.) r. 158 Douglass. 

Stewart H. J., tinner, bJs. 6 W. Market. 

Stewart James, (cold) porter, 40 S. Meri- 
dian. 

Stewart John, flagman, r. 379 S. East. 

Stewart John, salesman bds. 74 S. Dela- 
ware. 

Stewart John, traveling agent, American 
M. U. Express Co., r. 194 N. Noble. 

Stewart John, night watchman, C. C. 0. 
& I. R. R. shops. 

Stewart John W., porter, bds. 66 N. Mis- 
souri. 

Stewart Joseph, switchman, T. H. & I. R. 
R., r. 169 Eddy. 

Stewart Martin, lab., rolling mill, bds. 
231 W. South. 

Stewart Sophia W. Mrs. (Bowen, S. & Co.) 
r. 78 W. North. 

Stewart William, teamster, bds. 311 Indi- 

Stewart & Morgan, (D. S and S. W. M.) 
druggist, 40 E. Washington. 

Stick Floraberger, carpenter, r. 281 S. 
New Jersey, 

Stiedel George, filecutter, 216 N. Noble. 

Stieger Frederick, painter, r. 144 N. Win- 



Stierle Charles. (S. & Loeper) 
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HAS BUT 

ONE PRICE, SELLS FOR CASH, 

And Ciuarantecs all Goods 

Sold at the China Tea Stores, 

To be as Represented. 

STIERLE & LOEPER, (C. S. and 

J, W. L.) brass foundry, 92 S. Dela- 

Stiles Elijah, works Aldrioh & Gay. 

SiilesD. J. (Kimball, Aikman & Co.) r. 
335 N. East. 

Still Henry, soldier, U. S. arsenal. 

Stillhamn Christian, r. 306 N. Noble. 

Stillinger John, Hreman, I. B. & W. R. R., 
. bds. Neiiniin House. 

Stillwagon .John, meatmarket, 442 S. Illi- 
nois, r. same. 

suiter Charles, baker, bds. 150 N. East. 

Stiltz John, drug elk., r, 131 Ft Wayne 

Stillz William, elk., bds 129 N. Noble. 

Stilwell J. D. B., bookkeeper, bds. Little 
Hotel. 

Stilwell W. M., steward Institute for the 
Blind. 

Stilz Frederick, salesman J. H. Baldwin. 

Stilz J. George, dealer in agricultural 
implements, seeds, &c., 78 E. Wash- 
ington, r. S. city limits. 

Stilz John G., elk, with F, Erdelmeyer, r. 
131 Ft, Wayne av. 

Stipp G, W., elk. D. E. Wilkinson, bds, 
Pyle House. 

Stirk D. P., blacksmith 19 N. Alabama, 
r. 24 N. East. 

Stirk Thomas, edge tool maker, r. 323 W. 
Market, 

Stock Lawrence, porter Emenegger's Ho- 
tel, bds, same. 

Stockman G. W., foreman, Kingan & Co., 
r. cor. Maryland and Hellen. 

Stockmeyer August, butcher 397 Virginia 
av., r. same. 

Stockwell James, works Jackson, Rider 
& Co. 

Stoelting Charles, railroader, r, 86 Rail- 
road. 

Stofer Thomas, enigineer C. C. & I. C. R. 
R., r. 19 N. East. 

Stokely Benjamin, machinist, r. 164 N, 
Winston. 

Stokes Charles, pumpmaker 33 N, Ten- 
nessee, r. Fatoul's Block. 

Stokes Harry S , cooper, r. 295 N. East. 

Stokes James, (cold) lab., r. 450 S. Ten- 
nessee, 

Stolhut Frederick, carpenter, r. 228 Rail- 
road. 

StoU John, tinner Munson & Johnstons. 

SloU Louia, tailor, bds. 23 Kentucky av. 



Stolte Henry, ( S. & Cook) bds. 284 E, 

Market. 
Stolte H. B., student Bryant & Stratton's 

College, bds. 365 S. Delaware. 
Stolte William, (S. & May) r. 365 S. Dela- 

STOLTE & COOK. (H. S. and C. C.) 

flour and feed store, 253 E. Wash- 
ington. 

Stolte SMay, (Wm. Stolte and John 
May) dealers in groceries and pro- 
visions, flour and feed, 365 S. Dela- 
"ware^ 

Stoltz Charles, barnessmaker, r. 451 S. 

Sloltz Francis, basketmaker, r. 17 Henry. 
Stoltz John, heltmaker Mooney & Co., r. 

416 S. Illinois. 
Stone Oscar, r. 113 N. Illinois. 
Stone W. 0., bookkeeper, 79 S. Meridian, 

r. 113 N. Illinois. 
STONEMAN, PEE & CO. (W. H. 

Stoneman, G. W. Pee and S. Alward) 

whol. dealers in notions and fancy 

goods, cor. Meridian and Louisiana. 
Stoneman Wm. H. (S., Pee & Co.) r. 330 

N. New Jersey. 
Stoner Abraham L., carpenter, r. 237 N. 

Noble, 
Stonestreet G. H., conductor I. P. & C. 

R. R., r. 174 b. South, 
Storer Emile, elk. C. Friedgen, bds. 36 N. 

East. 
Stortz Christina Miss, servant Emen- 
egger's Hotel. 
Stortz Pauline .Miss, servant Emenegger's 

Hotel. 
Stott Isiah, works Rolling Mill, r. 516 S. 

Meriaian. 
Stough Charles, carriage painter, r. 394 

N, Delaware. 
Stough Jacob L., carriage painter, r. 394 

N. Delaware. 
Stout B. G. (B. G. S. & Bro.) r. 142 N. 

Mississippi. 
STOUT BEN G. & BROS., whol. 

and retail grocers, 7 and 8 Bates 

House blk. 
Stout Carhart, coal dealer, r. 133 W. 

South. 
Stout David, (B. G. S. & Bros.) bds 142 

N, Mississippi. 
Stout David E. {Donaldson & S.) bds. 169 

N.niinois. 
Stout Frank, lab.. P., C. & St. L. freight 

depot. 
Stout Ferman, (F. S. & Son) r. 331 W. 

Washington. 
Stout George W., (F. S. & Son) r. 162 W. 

Washington. 
Stout Harvey, bds. 115 Meek. 



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Stout Hiram W., engineer, T. H. R. R., 
bds. 9 S. llississippi. 

Stout Ira H., lab., r. 95 Hosbrook. . 

Stout John, lab., r. '272 Blake. 

Stout J. B., printer, 79 W. Washington, 
bds. 133 W. South. 

Stout M., elk. E. S. Greer, r. 133 W. 
South. 

Stout Oliver B., elk. (B. G. S. & Bros.) 
r. 173 W. New York. 

Stout Remson, engineer, rolling mill, r. 
382 S. Illinoia. 

Stout Richard C, (B. G. S. & Bros.) r. 
173 W. New York. 

Stout & Son, (Ferman and George) whole- 
sale liquor dealers, 100 W. Wa.«hing- 
ton, li-ver.y and sale stables, 103 W. 
Washington. 

Stowe S. S., chief elk. Indianapolis and 
Vincennes R. K., cor. Virginia av. 
and Delaware, r. Union Depot Dining 
Hall. 

Stowe Augusta Miss, seamstress, bds. 281 
Indiana av. 

Stowe John, helper, Bellefontaine R. R. 
shops. 

Stowell M. A., music dealer, 46 N. Penn- 
sylvania, r. 78 W. Michigan. 

Strader Charles, filler, r. 2B3 N. Liberty. 

Strahan George C, elk., r. 26 Fayette. 

Strang Gabriel, shoemaker, r. 195 Harri- 

Strang G. L., foreman, shoe shop Indiana 
Institution for Deaf and Dumb. 

Strange Chapel, Rev. J. W. T. McMullen, 
pastor, cor. Michigan and Tennes- 
see. 

Strangmeier Frederick, porter. Landers, 
Conduilt & Co., t. S. Delaware. 

Stratford J. W., physician, r, 426 N. Mis- 
sissippi. 

Stratton E. H., bookkeeper, 42 S. Meridi- 
an, r. 13 Cherry.- 

Straub Vincent, boot fitter, over 38 S. 
Illinois. 

Strauss Leopold, elk. 1 W. Washington, 
bds. Circle Restaurant. 

Strauss Samuel, produce dealer, r. 79 E. 
Michigan. 

Strauss Sol., 19 W. Washington, bds. 
Palmer House. 

Straus Fred, cutter F. Goepper & Co., r. 
r. 479 N. Alabama. 

Straubridge Hanah, (wid.) r. 350 N. 
Winston. 

Straubridge Wm., elk., r. 350 N.Winston. 

Street E. A., commercial traveler, bds. 
Bates House. 

Street Nathan, carpenter, r. 41 Charles, 
cor. John. 

Streeter Noble, elk. Hume, Adams & Co., 
bds. 268 E. St, Clair. 

Strehle Frederick, cabinetmaker, r. 525 
E. Market. 



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3G Uast Wasliing:ton St., 

KEEP 

THE VE:R,"ir BEST 

VIOLIN AND GUITAR STRINGS. 



Streicher Gabriel, brewer, bds. Schmidt's 

Brewery. 
Streight A. D. (S. & Wood) book publisher, 

Vohn's blk, r. E. cily limits. 
STREIGHT & WOOD, (A. D. S, & 

W.) lumber merchants, office Yohn's 

blk. 
Stretcher Elmira F. (wid. Joseph J.) r. 

421 N Tennessee. 
Stretcher Howard, r. 421 N. Tennessee. 
Striback Charles, bakery, 319 N. West, r. 

Striblen M. E. B. Mrs., r. 506 N, Dela- 
ware. 

Siriblings WiUinra, engineer C. C. & I. 
C. R. R., r. 302 E. Geoogia. 

Strickland David H. (Seman & S.) bds. 
213 W. Market 

Strickland Harry, bookbinder, bds. 252 
W. Market. 

Strickland R. J., publisher Odd Fellows 
Talisman, 30 S. Meridian, r. Center- 
ville, Ind. 

Stringer W. H., candy dealer, r. 22 W. 
North. 

Strobel John, shoemaker, r. 554 E. Wash- 
ington. 

Stroble Mary, (wid.) r. cor. West and 
Maryland. 

Stroele Fred, Cabinetmakers' Union, r. 
525 E. Market, 

Strong A. M„ surgeon, Empire Mutual 
Life Ins. Co., 75 E. Market, r. 84 
Massachusetts av. 

Strong M. (S., Smith & Co.) r. 426 N. 
New Jersey. 

Strong, Smith & Co. (M. S., E. S. and C. 
C. Pierson) wohl. dental goods, 48 
N. Pennsylvania. 

Strongmier Fred, porter, r. 412 S. Dela- 
ware. 

Strothman Henry, lumberman, r. Michi- 
gan rd., nr. Washington. 

Stroube J. A., carpenter, r. 23 Fletcher av, 

Strow John, hostler, Sullivan & Drew, 
bds. 18 S. Pennsylvania, 

Struckman Frederick, baggageman, Un- 
ion Depot, r. 173 Union 

Stuck John, teamster, r. 327 W. Mary- 
land. 

Stuck John, lab., r. 348 Virginia av. 

Stuck Mathias, boilermaker. Sinker & 
Co., r. 24 Elm. 

Stuck Robert, lab., r. cor. Noble and Vir- 
ginia av. 



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Stuck William, works, il.-good, Smith & 
Co,, r. 266 S. Illinois. 

Stucrkey Charles, cooper, r. Ill Spring. 

Sttickmejer John, (J. Oslermeyer & Co.) 
r. 3(i'2 Virginia.av. 

Stuckmeyer John H., grocer, 362 Virgi- 
nia av., r. 358 Virginia av. 

Stump Catharine, (wid. J. H.) r. 344 N. 
Eiist. 

Stump John G., stonemason, r. 21 John. 

Stumpf H. A., tin and sheet iron worker, 
shop 94 Indiana aT., bds. 70 Indiana 



Stumpf John G., carpen 



r, r. 



Bucha- 



Stumph George, works. Rolling Mill, bds. 

300 S. Tennessee. 
Stumph Henry, helper, glass works, r. 

Morris, bet. East and Madison rd. 
Stumph Henry, lab, r. Morris bet. Ala- 
bama and New Jersey. 
Stumph John, contractor and builder, r. 

Michigan rd. outside city limits. 
Stumph John B. (Tobias Bender & Co.) r. 

4-59 E. Market. 
Stundon Patrick, expressman, r. 367 N. 

West. 
Stundon Thomas, works paper mill, r. 

Eighth nr. Canal. 
Stundon Thomes, lab., r. 391 N. West, 
feturk David P., blacksmith, r. 124 N. 

East. 
Sturgeon Alfred, speculator, bds. 226 E. 

Court. 
Sturges Levick, shoemaker, r. cor. Blake 

and New York. 
Sturm Herman, speculatar, r. Arsenal 

rd, 
Sturm George, tailor, bds. Globe House. 
Sturm George, r. Ill S. Illinois. 
Sturm John, teamster, bds. Nebraska nr. 

Madison rd. 
Sturm F. C, farmer, r. Arsenal rd. 
Sturr Wilbur, bell boy. Bates House. 
Sturtz John, butcher, bds. Union House. 
Styner Jacob, conductor, I. C. & L. R. R,, 

bds, Sherman House. 
Styner John H., locomotive fireman, r. 35 

Forest av. 
Suart John B., groceries and provisions, 

219 Massachusetts av., r. same. 
Sudbrock Frank, lab., r. 227 N. David- 



Sudbrock Henry, 
Noble. 



rpenter, 



318 N, 



Sudbrock Herman, oik., with Reasuer & 
Sudbrook. bds. Michig^in rd. 

Suddith George, r. 239 S. Delaware. 

Sue3s Charles A., merchant tailor, Mozart 
Hall, r. same. 

Suess George, shoemaker, r, 320 E. Ohio. 

Suess Martin, carpenter. Eagle Machine 
Works, r. 388 E. Market. 

■^uher Louis, saw filer, r. 23 Wyoming. 

Suhr Albert, lab., works T. H. & I. R. R. 
Co., r. 531 S. Meridian. 

Suhr Henry, works T. H. & I. engine 
house, r. 543 S. Illinois. 

Suhre Frederick, express wagon, r. 178 
N. Winston. 

Snhre Henry C, carpenter, r. 178 N. 
Winston. 

Suhre J. Henry, lab., r. 178 N. Winston. 

Suitt James B., Superintendent Eagle 
Machine Works, bds. 251 S. Me- 
ridian. 

Sulgrove Berry R., r. 125 W. South, 

Sulgrove Eli L., harnessmaker, James 
Sulgrove, r. 25 W. Henry. 

Sulgrove Geo. W., letter carrier, r, 126 
Blackford. 

Sulgrove James W., bookkeeper, James 
Sulgrove, r. 137 W. New York. 

SULGROVE JAMES, wholesale 
and retail dealer in sadlery hard- 
ware, 20 W. Washington, r. S. of 
city. 

Sulgrove Jerome B., with James Sulgrove, 
r. 190 N. Mississippi. 

Sulgrove Joseph B,, mail carrier, r. 235 
W. Vermont. 

Sulgrove Johu M., barnessiuaker, r. 27 
Henry. 

Sulgrove Henry J., elk. James Sulgrove, 
bds. 190 N. Mississippi. 

Sulgrove Milton M, with James Sul- 
grove, r. cor. Illinois and Indiana 

Sullivan B. W., (Wells & S.) r. 160 N. 
Meridian. 

Sullivan Catharine, domestic, Spencer 
House. 

Sullivan Cornelius, lab., r. 142 Meek. 

Sullivan Dan, lab,, r. 36 Dougherty. 

Sullivan Daniel, lab., r. Michigan rd., nr, 
Washington. 

Sullivan Daniel, lab., r. 212 Meek. 

Sullivan Daniel, lab, r. 130 Meek. 

Sullivan Daniel D., lab., r. Michigan rd. 
nr. Washington. 

Sullivan Ellen, servant. Palmer House, 

Sullivan George J., lab., r. 72 S. Ben- 
ton. 

Sullivan George T,, agent fast freight 
line, r. 321 S. Alabama. 

Sullivan Hanora, (wid.) r. 191 Meek. 

Sullivan H. H., grocer and produce dealer, 
7G W. Washington, r. 60 N, Califor- 
nia. 



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Sullivan James, works, Rolling Mill, r. 

cor. Merrill and Missoari. 
Sullivan James, brakeman, C. & I. J. R. 

R., bds. 61 S. Noble. 
Sullivan James, lab., r, cor. Helen and 

Georgia. 
Sullivan Johanna, servant, Palmer House, 
Sullivan John, lab., r. 5 Bates. 
Sullivan John, lab., r, 79 S. East. 
Sullivan John, yardman, P. C. & St. L. 

R. R. 
Sullivan John, lab., r. 279 S. West. 
Sullivan John, lab., r. 364 W. North. 
Sullivan John, plasterer, r, Coburn, bet, 

East and New Jersey. 
Sullivan J. B, (S. & Drew) r. 84 E.Pratt. 
Sullivan Maggie Miss, chambermaid, 

Spencer House. 
Sullivan Margaret, servant, Spencer 

House. 
Sullivan Michael D., railraoder, r. 150 

Meek. 
Sullivan Pat. F., lab., r. 4 Oriental. 
Sullivan Peter, lab., I, C. & L. Depot, bds. 

209 S Illinois. 
Sullivan Sylvester, lab., r. 383 E. Ohio. 
Sullivan Thomas, works, Arseudl, r. 190 

Harrison. 
Sullivan T. L., law student, 57 N. Ten- 
Sullivan William, carpenter, r. 427 N. 

Tennessee. 
Sullivan William, lab., r. 456 S. East. 
Sullivan William, attorney at law, over 

47 E. Washington, r. 410 N. Meridi- 



an, 



an I. C. & L. R. 



Sullivan Wm. J., b. 

R., r. 424 E. Vermont. 

SULLIVAN & DREW, (J. B. S. & 
J. A. Drew) livery, sale and boarding 
stables, 10 E. Pearl. 

Summers Albert B., carpenter, r. 83 N. 
California. 

Summers Geo. W., (col'd) lab., Clinton 
bet. New Jersey and East. 

Summers William, (col'd) lab., r. 27 
Douglass. 

Summons Martin, porter H. C. Chandler, 
r, 144 Douglass. 

Sumner Eli J., patent dry kiln, r. 1 E. 
Pratt, 

Sumner William, (W. S. & Co.) r. Cin- 
cinnati, 0, 

Sumner William, plasterer, bds. 422 N. 
New Jersey. 

SUMNEE WILLIAM & CO. (W. 
S. & J. R. Wright) general agents 
Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machines, 
10 VV. Washington. 

Surbey Jacob S. (Baker & S.) r. 275 E. 
South. 

Surface Goodwin, r. 38 Christian av. 

Surface John M., druggist, bds. 95 Jack- 
son. 

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JOHN SENOUR. WILL SENOUB- 

J. SENOUR & CO., 

CITY SHOE STORE, 

No. 5 W^est Wasbingrton St., 
IndiRnapoli!^, lud. 



Surface Lydia, (wid. John R.) r. 40 
Christian av. 

Surface Milford, r. 38 Christian av. 

Suthard George, telegraph operator, r. 
274 E. St. Clair. 

Sutherland James W., machinist, 48 
Greer. 

Sutherland Levi, lab., r. 59 E. McCarty. 

Sutter James A., salesman Trade Palace, 
r. 9 Cherry. 

Sutter P., physician, 62 E. Washington, 
r. 290 Virginia av. 

Sutter William, carpenter, r. 294 Lib- 
erty. 

Sutton Joseph M„ plasterer, r. 82 Massa- 
chusetts av. 

Sutton S. L., engineer, C. C. C. & I. R. R., 
r. 345 N. Noble. 

Suabacher Joseph, (S. & Selig) r. 259 N. 
Illinois. 

Suabb Charles Buttler, (A. Reese &Cb.) 
bds. over 226 W. Washington. 

Sward Barbara Miss, servant, 32 N. Mis- 
sissippi. 

Swafford Edward, woodhauler, r. Chesa- 
peake, nr. West. 

Swailes John, stonecutter, r. 42 Henry. 

Swain David F., bookkeeper, J. C. Burton 
& Co.. bds. Depot Dining Hall. 

Swain George, elk.. People's Dispatch , 
bds. Macy House. 

Swain James, elk.. People's Dispatch, bds. 
Macy House. 

Swain J. H., carriage painter, 36 S. Penn- 
sylvania. 

Swain Lewis, lab, bds. 61 S. Noble. 

Swain Mary J. Mrs., (wid. Rufus) r. 41 
Fletcher av. 

Swain Sallie Miss, elk., R. Sedgewick, r. 
184 N. Tennessee. 

Swain W. F., boot and shoe dealer, bds. 
Depot Dinring Hall. 

Swank Angle Miss, milliner, Mrs. Thom- 
as, bds. Macy House. 

Swank S., cancer physician, r. 50 S. Illi- 

Swarns Marion, teamster, r. 62 Bicking. 

Sweeney Eugene, r. 347 N. Winston. 

Sweeney H., saloon, 81 S. Illinois, r. same. 

Sweeney John, cigarmaker, 39 W. Wash- 
ington, r. 16 S. Mississippi. 

Sweeney Sarah, (wid. Patrick) r. 268 S. 
Tennessee. 

Sweeney Thomas, machinist. Sinker & 
Co., r. 51 E. MoCartv. 



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Sweeiser George M., city distributiDg 
elk. P. 0., r. N. Pennsylvania. 

Sweeiser James N., atlorney at law, 21 
E. Washington, r. 600 N. Pennsylva- 
nia. 

SWEETSER JOHN, whol. dealer 
in wines and liquors, 30 S. Meridian, 
r. 242 N. Meridian. 

Swigert Joseph, merchant policeman, r. 
40 Douglass. 

Sweinhart Andrew, carriege painter, r. 
St. Joseph bet. New Jersey and Ala- 
bama. 

Sweinhart Charles, bds. 379 N. Ala- 
bama. 

Sweinhart Edmond, shoemaker, r. 132 E. 
St. Mary. 

Sweinhart W illiam, cutter, J. Staub, r. 379 
N. Alabama. 

Sweinhart W. T., elk., P. C. & St, L. 
freight office, r. 379 N. Alabama. 

Swindler Benjamin F., elk., G. P. Tultles, 
bds. 225 N. New Jersey. 

Swindler John H., blacksmith, r. 225 N. 
New Jersey. 

Swing Dennis, carpenter, r. cor. North 
and West. 

Swing William W. (S. & Dennis) r. 248 
N. West. 

Swing & Dennis, (W. W. S. and C. C D.) 
druggists, 4 Martindale's tlk. 

Swiss Max, tailor, r. 388 E. Market. 

Swcenmeyer Henry, cooper, r. 308 N. 
Noble. 

Swobocia Joseph, cabinetmaker, Western 
Furniture Co. 

Syerup Henry, grocer and produce dealer, 
199 Massachusetts av., r. same. 

Sylvester David, street contractor, r. 26 
Lockerbie. 

Sylvia Marion, coachmaker, 84 N. Ala- 
bama. 

Sym James, machinist, r. 346 S. Alabama. 

TACKETT FRANK M., painter, r. 
over 248 E. Washington. 

Tuehan William, railroader, r. 156 Hu- 
ron. 

TAEFE GEORGE, City Marshal, 
r. 175 Spring. 

Taffe Hannibal, daypoliceman,bds. Palmer 
House. 

Taggart Daniel, woodworker Shaw, L. & 
C, bds. Pyle House. 

Taggart John A., bds. Pyle House. 



TAGGART SAMUEL, practical 
millwright and mill furnisher, 132 
S. Pennsylvania, r. 118 N. Missis- 
sippi. 

Taggert Daniel, bakery, 134 S. Meridian, 
bds. Pyle House. 

Tait b. Mrs., Capital Restaurant, 89 E. 
Market, r. same. 

Talbott Charles H. (Richard & Talbott) 
r. 19 W. Pratt, 

Talbolt Gabriel, cooper, r. 166 Blake. 

Talbott George, (col'd) lab., r. cor. Broad- 
way and Arch. 

Talbott Henry, (col'd) lab., r. Elizabeth. 

Tolbolt Jane. (wid. William) r. 145 N. 



Mi 



ippi. 



Talbott John \l.,(Rickard & T.)r. 114 N. 
Tennessee. 

Talbott Rev Bishop, r. Tinker, bet. 
Pennsylvania and Delaware. 

Talbott Richard, (Patterson, Moore & 
Talbott) r. 1.36 E. North. 

Talbolt R. A. (Alford, T. & Co ) r. 186 E. 
North. 

TALBOTT W. H., president Catling 
Gun Co., r. se. cor. Meridian and 
" Ohio. 

Tally George, (col'd) dyer, r. 160 W. 
Tinker. 

Tanner Emily, (wid. David) r. 70 Eliza- 
beth. 

Tanner James, hackdriver, r. 70 Eliza- 
beth. 

Tanner John L. (T. & Pressel) r. 2 
Athon. 

Tanner Thomas, lab., Long & Joseph. 

TANNER & PRESSEL, (J. S. T. 
and T. J, P.) furniture repairers and 
upholsterers, 76 Virginia av. 

Tapking John F., machinist, r. 128 N. 
New Jersey. 

Tarbutton John H., elk. P. 0., bds. 9 S. 
Mississippi. 

Tarkington J. E., elk. Trade Palace, bds. 
216 N. Delaware. 

Tarkington John S. ( Martindale & T.) r. 
272 N. Meridian. 

Tarkington W. C. (Hibben, T. & Co.) r. 
216 N. Delaware. 

Tarkington W. W., elk., bds. 216 N. Del- 
aware. 

Tarlton J. A., grocer and produce dealer, 
cor. Illinois and Seventh, r. N. city 
limits. 

Tarlton John, r. 492 N. Tennessee. 

Tate James D., steward, Spencer House. 

Tate Robert, horseshoer, John Hitchens, 
bds. 126 N Broadway. 

TATE WARREN, manufacturer of 
sash, doors, blinds, etc., 38 S. New 
Jersey, bds Pattison, House. 

Tattersoll Joseph, stonecutter, r. 186 Vir- 



TAY 



Taylor , carpenter, bds. 154 E. St. 

Clair. 

Taylor Ben., railroader, bds. 231 ;W . 
South. 

Taylor Charles, (ool'd) fireman. Palmer 
House. 

Taylor Charles P., elk. P, 0., r. 357 N. 
Pennsylvania. 

Taylor David M„ cashier Indianapolis 
National Bank, r. 680 N. Illinois. 

Taylor Dorsey, (col'd) lab., r. Lafayette 
Railroad, bet. Fifth and Sixth. 

Taylor Edwin, attorney at law, office 4 
Brown's bldg., bds. 251 N Ala- 
bama, 

Taylor Edwin, (col'd) teamster, bds, 435 
N. East. 

Taylor Franklin, (Chandler & T.) r. 290 
W. Vermont. 

Taylor George, (col'd) lab., r. Howard, 
bet. First and Second. 

Taylor George, (col'd) lab., r. 68 N. Mis- 
souri. 

Taylor George VV., carpenter, r. 7 Dacota. 

Taylor George VV., (col'd) lab., bds. 135 
Bright. 

Taylor Harvey, civil engineer, r. 492 E. 
Market. 

Taylor Henry, (col'd) lab, r. 143 Bright, 

Taylor Isaac, r. 120 Massachusetts av. 

Taylcr Isaac, architect, 14 Delaware, r. 
209 N. Liberty. 

Taylor Israel H., bookkeeper, Harrison's 
bank, r. 397 N. Pennsvlvania. 

Taylor James, moulder. Eagle Machine 
Works, r, 296 S. Meridian. 

Taylor James B., pianoforte maker, r. 79 
N. New Jersey. 

Taylor Jesse D., r. 485 S. Meridian. 

Taylor John, (col'd^ lab., r. Howard, be- 
tween Fourth and Fifth. 

Taylor John H,, works Osgood, Smith & 
Co , r. 82 Garden. 

Taylor Julia A., matron, Indiana Insti- 
tute for Deaf and Dumb. 

Taylor J. C., brakeman, bds. 58 Benton. 

TAYLOR J. P., architectural and 
ornamental draughtsman and plas- 
terer, 80 Massachusetts av., r. 61 N. 
New Jersey. 

Taylor L. M. Mrs., r. 389 Virginia av. 

Taylor M., fashionable milliner, 6J W. 
Washington, bds. Palmer House. 

Taylor Mary Mrs., r. 76 Fort Wayne av. 

Taylor Mary C, (wid.) Joseph, r. 45 

Taylor Mary J., (wid. Wm. M.,) r. 168 N. 
Illinois. 

Taylor Mrs., r. 11 E. New York. 

TAYLOR NAPOLEON B., attor- 
ney at law, office, 4 Brown's bldg., r. 
251 N. Alabama. 

Taylor Oliver, (col'd) cook, r. 226 W. 
Ohio. 



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BENHAM BRO'S, 

36 East Washingrton St., 
STATE AOENTS 

FOE THE 

INDIANAPOLIS MANUFACTURING GO.'S 
PIANOS. 



Taylor P. T., switchman, J., M. & I. R, 

R., r. 250 Chestnut. 
Taylor Phoebe Mrs. (col'd) r. W. end 

Rhode Island. 
Taylor Q., eating house, 42 Indiana av,, 

r. same. 
Taylor Samuel, grocer, 77 E. Market, r. 

E. North. 
Taylor Stephen, (col'd) lab., 14 Rhode 

Island. 
Taylor Sophia Miss, (col'd) r. 232 Black- 
ford. 
Taylor Thomas, student North Western 

Christian University. 
Taylor T. B. (Bland & T.) 331 N. Penn- 
sylvania. 
Taylor William M., r. 168 N. Hlinois. 
Taylor Wm, moulder Eagle Machine 

Works, r 274 S. Delaware. 
Taylor Wm.. engineer C. C. & I. C. R. R., 

bds. 58 Benton. 
Taylor W. A., salesman Mooney & Co., r. 

266 S. New Jersey. 
Taylor W. E., bookkeeper Wheeler Sew- 
ing Machine Co., bds., 250 Chest- 
nut. 
Tebbee Charles, lab. C. C. & I. C. Depot, 

r. 39 Meek. 
Teokenbrock Christian, blacksmith, r. 16 

Henry. 
Teckenbrock William H., works T. R & I. 

R. R., r. 445 S. Meridian. 
Tedrow Joseph, salesman Strong, Smith 

& Co., bJs. Little's Hotel. 
Teeple Herman, blacksmith, r. 330 Vir- 
ginia av. 
Teeters George, (ool'd) lab., r. cor. Ray 

and JIaple. 
Teeters Jerry, lab., r. cor. Maple and 

Ray. 
Teeters Sonney, lab , r. 558 Maple. 
Teil John, wagonmaker, 423 S. Meridian, 

r. 396 S. Illinois. 
Teine Christian, cigarmaker, r. 553 E. St. 

Clair. 
Tellkamp John, blacksmith, r. 232 S. New 

Jersey. 
Temperly John, carpenter, bds. 82 E. St. 

Clair. 
Temple Carter, (col'd) carpenter, r. 248 

Minerva. 

Temple Wm., railroader, bds. 62 Bicking. 
Templer James, carpenter, r. 2 Dougherty. ' 
Teneyck Edward, fireman, J. M. & I li. 
R., r 131 E. South, 



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THE CHINA TEA STORES 

ARE LOCATED AT 

No. 7 ODD FELLOWS HALL 
ACADEinr OF MUSIC COKNEK. 

SAME GOODS.SAMEPRICES at BOTH. 



Teneyck James, bottler, A Reed, bds. 120 
Indiana av. 

Teneyck Jerry, boot and shoemaker, 340 
\V. Washington, r. same. 

Teneyck John, railroader, r. 213 N, Mis- 
souri. 

Teneyck John, shoemaker, r. 120 Indiana 
av. 

Teneyck Sarah, (wid.) r. 131 E. South. 

Tenfel Carl, cabinetmaker, bds Court 
Street Boarding House. 

Tenman Wm„ varnisher, r. 19 Elm. 

Terrill Francis, tailor, W. F. Rupp, r. 131 
E, Washington. 

Terry James, works Osgood, Smith & Co., 
bds. 217 S, Illinois. 

Terry Joel, (Gibson & T.) r. Washington 
nr. New Jersey. 

Terry J. M., marblecutter, r. 27 New 
Jersey. 

Terry Wm. (col'd) lab., r. 160 Douglass 
al. 

Tersey Eliza Miss, weaver, Merritt & 
Coughlen. 

Terwilliger Alvin, blower, glass works, 
bds. 88 S. Mississippi. 

Test C. S., steward, Indiana Hospital for 
Insane, r. same. 

Tetaz Henry L., huckster, r. 323 N, Ala- 
bama. 

Tewell Ezra Y., piano tuner, bds. 236 N. 
East. 

Thalman Isaac, (C. E. Geisendorff & Co.) 
r. 330 W. New York. 

Thalman Isaac, sr., r. 324 E. Ohio. 

Thalman John, baker, 75 N. Alabama, r. 
same. 

Thatcher James, works Osgood, Smilh & 
Co., r. 56 Eddy. 

Thatcher Jasper, plowhandle bender, r. 
168 Buchanan. 

Thatcher John, lab., bds. 27 Hahn. 

Thatcher Rebecca, (wid.) r. 182 Meek. 

Thatcher William, lab., r. 182 Meek, 

THATCHER W. P., steward Indi- 
ana Surgical Institute, r. same. 

Thatcher W. P, Mrs., matorn Indiana Sur- 
gical Institute, r. same. 

Thayer Daniel W., elk., r. 309 E, Market. 

Thayer Frank, elk., 7 \V. Washington, r. 
309 E, Market. 

Thayer George V., grocery and produce, 
248 E. Washington, r. 498 N. Penn- 
sylvania. 

Thayer M. A., (wid,) r. 309 E. Market. 



Themeyer Andrew, moulder, r. 428 S. 

Missouri. 
Theobald F., r. 94 E. Washington. 
Theodore Thomas, bricklayer, r. 285 N. 

East, 
Thicke Rudolph, harness maker, r. 60 

Morris. 
Thiesing Joseph, tanner, r. 518 E. NYash- 

inglon. 
Third Street Mission Church, Third ijtreet, 

bet. Tennessee and Illinois 
Thomann John, dealer in candies, tobacco, 

cigars, &c., 306 Virginia av., r. same. 
Thomas Albert, blacksmith, S. Raymond. 
Thomas Benjamin, finisher Woolen .Mills, 

r. 26 Douglass. 
Thomas Bros., (C. & J. C. T.) grocers, 250 

E. Ohio. 
Thomas Charles, (T. Bros.) r. 115 N. No- 
ble. 
Thomas Daniel L,, student, r. 76 Ash. 
Thomas Dudley, (col'd) farmer, r. 270 W. 

Thomas Frederick, shoemaker, bds. 224 

W. Cumberland. 
Thomas George, lab., r. 115 N. Noble. 
Thomas George, jr., night policeman, r. 

115 N. Noble, 
Thomas Henry, teamster, r. 160 W. 

Washington. 
Thomas Henry, (col'd) porter, N. Byram. 
Thomas Henry P., captain merchant's 

police, 463 E. Georgia. 
Thomas H. H., canvassing agent, r. 44 S. 

Tennessee. 
Thomas James E., bookkeeper Western 

Union Telegraph, r. 304 E. Georgia. 
Thomas John, superintent Rolling Mill, 

r. 319 S. Meridian. 
Thomas John C. (Thomas Bros.) r. 115 

N. Noble. 
Thomas John Q., student, r. 76 Ash. 
Thomas Louis, shoemaker, bds. 224 W. 

Cumberland. 
Thomas L. L., r. 269 S. New Jersey. 
Thomas Mary F., dootress, 74J N. Penn- 
sylvania. 
Thomas M. J. Mrs., fashionable milliner, 

No. 8 W. Washington, r. 704 N. 

Tennessee. 
Thomas Newton, telegraph opeaator, bds. 

272 Winston. 
Thomas 0. E., checkman P. C. & St. L. 

freight depot, r. 69 N. Liberty. 
Thomas Oscar, tinner Munson & John- 
ston, r. cor. New York and West. 
Thomas R. Z. (Smith, Reynolds & Thomas) 

r. 351 E. McCarty. 
Thomas Scott, engineer J. M. & I. R. R., 

bds. 152 Madison av. 
Thomas William, bookkeeper, r. 397 E. 

Georgia. 
Thomas Wm., works Street R. R, Co., 

r. 162 Madison av. 



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Thomas William, (col'd) lab., r. 230 W. 
Vermont. 

Thomas Wm. A. (T. Bros.) r. 116 N. 
Noble. 

Thomss William M., bookkeeper, 38 S. 
Meridi ID, r, 397 E. Georgia. 

Thompson A. B,, clb Bates House. 

Thompson A. Mrs , bookstore, 13 N. Penn- 
sylvania, r. 131 N Alabama. 

Thompson D. J., fish market, 107 S. Illi- 
nois, r. 65 Miissachusetis av. 

Thompson E. Mrs., laundress Bales 
House. 

Thompson Eli, (Emerson, Beam & T.) r. 
126 N. West. 

Thompson Emma Miss, servant, 217 S. 
Illinois. 

Thompson E, P., money order elk. P. 0., 
r. 430 N. Tennessee. 

Thompson Frank, (col'd) lab., r. 2 Ann. 

Thompson George, lab.. Rolling Mill, r. 
272 S. Missouri. 

Thompson George, (col'd) porter, Palmer 
House. 

Thompson Gideon B., printer, Sentinel 
office, r. 224 E. Michigan. 

Thompson Henry, (col'd) housecleaner, r. 
231 W. Ohio. 

Thompson James, moulder, Greenleaf & 
Co., r. 51 Maple, 

Thompson James L., elk. W. Clem, r. 353 
N. Winston, 

Thompson John, blacksmith, r. 14 Dough- 
erty. 

Thompson' John, engineer, I. C. & L. R. 
R., r. 393 E. Georgia. 

Th'ompson John, lab., r. 375 W Wash- 
ington. 

Thompson John, saloonkeeper, r, 351 S. 
Pennsylvania. 

Thompson John, (col'd) lab., r. 428 E. St. 
Clair. 

Thompson John AV., painter, bds. 276 E. 
Washington. 

Thompson J. G., carpenter, r, 667 N. Illi- 
nois. 

Thompson J. I,, bricklayer, r. 92 Broad- 
way. 

THOMPSON J. mED., proprietor 
Clipper Saloon, 33 N. Illinois. 

Thompson Joseph, moulder, r. 64 Greer. 

Thompson Lewis, barber, r, cor. First and 
• Lafayette R. R. 

Thompson .Milton, carpenter, r. 134 Elen. 

Thompson Thomas, lab., bds, 169 S, Ten- 
nessee. 

Thompson W. Clinton, (T. & Woodburn,) 
r. 82 N. East, 

Thompson William J., stone cutter, r. 31 
S. West. 

Thompson W, H., harnessmaker, r, 24 
S. Delaware. 

Thompson W. S., coal screener, r. 280 E. 
north. 



BENHAM BRO'S, 

36 East ■Washington St, , 

AGENTS FOB TBE 

BURDETT ORGAN. 



THOMPSON & WOODBURN. 

(W. C. T. and J. H. W.) physicians 



and surgeons 



90 N. Illinois. 



Thoms Fredrick, (Spiegel, Thorns & Co.) 

r. 76 N, East. 
Thoms Henry, cabinetmaker, Spiegel, 

Thoms i Co. 
Thonison William, physician, 62 Virginia 

av., r. same. 
Thonssen B. E. (Ludorff, L. & Co.) r. 

257 N. Mississippi. 
Thorn William, helper C, C. & I. C. R.R. 

shops. 
Thorn William, blacksmith, r. Jackson 

near Cherry. 
Thornbrough Allen, policeman, r. 196 N. 

Mississippi. 
Thornbrough John M., elk., 06 S. Illinois, 

r. same. 
Thome John, meat market, 141 N. Dela- 
ware. 
Thorn ley Jasper, machinist, bds. 86 For- 



Thornley Orion, machinist. 



Forest 
Lafayette 



Thornton Doe, (col'd) 1 

R. R. bet. Fifth and Sixth. 

Thornton Edwin, elk., Bee Hive store, 
bds, cor. Pratt and Illinois. 

Thorny George W., cabinetmaker, r. 173 
E. Washington. 

Thorpe C. P., commercial traveler, r. 103 
N. Alabama. 

Thorpe Thomas D , traveling salesman, 
John Wood bridge, r. 86 E. Pratt. 

Thrasher W. M., Prof., N. W. C. Uni- 
versity, r. N. of University. 

Thretton Eugene, stont mason, r. Chesa- 
peake, nr. West. 

Thretton James, stone mason, r. Chesa- 
peake, nr. West. 

Throne David, upholster, Hume, Adamd 
& Co., bds. Pyle Houfe. 

Thum Charles, lithographer, Braden & 
Burford, r. 114 Ash. 

Thumbert William, sho-maker, r. E. 
Market. 

Thurston C. P., traveler, bds, 79 W. 
North. 

Thurston Edward, expressman, Union 
Depot. 

Thurston Valours, works Emerson, Beam 
& Co., bds. 180 N. Missouri. 

Thurston W. B., jr., elk. 96 Virginia av., 
r, 79 W. North. 



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198 



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Teas, Coffees, Sugars & Spices 

DIRECT FKOM THE 

Importers and Refineries, 

HIS CUSTOMERS TWO OR THREE PROFITS. 



Thurston Wm. B. (Maxwell, Fry & T.) r. 

r. 79 W. North. 
Tibbetts J. I., elk. William W. AVallace, 

441 N. Illinois, bds, same. 
Tibbi Charles, lab., C. C. & I. C. R. R. 
Tierny Martin, machinist, r. 26 Maple. 
Tiffany George, traveling agent, (Chand- 
ler k Co., r, 184 N. Tennessee. 
Tilbeny Nehan, works J. H. McKendry, r! 

492 N. Mississippi. 
TILFORD J. M., Sup't Indianapolis 

Priming and Pub. Co., r. College av. 
Tilford Samuel, r. 95 Broadway. 
Tills Benjamin R., carpenter, r. 213 N. 

Pennsylvania, 
Tills Charles, carriage painter, bds. 84 

Matsachusetts av. 
Tilly Herman, printer, Daily Telegraph, 

r. 17 N.East. 
Tilt T. C, salesman, 108 S. Meridian, r. 

201 Meek. 
Timmons Patrick, delivery man, Frank 

Wright, r. cor. Minerva and ^ew 

York. 
Tindall Norman, lumber dealer, r, 33 

Vine. 
Tindall William, wagon maker, r. 33 

Vine. 
Tiny Margrelte, (wid.) r. 70 Railroad. 
Tipps James, plasterer, i. over 346 E. 

Washington. 
Tisdale T. P. (Burnham & T.) r. cor. New 

York and Meridian. 
Titcomb Daniel, agent Bigelow Mining 

Co., r, 183 N. Tennessee. 
Toal C. C, elk. Paris Store, bds. Macy 

House. 
Tobias F. L., messenger U. S. Express 

Co., bds. National Hotel. 
Tobin Thomas, moulder Eagle Machine 

Works, r. 1 Ann. 
Tobin Thomas H., lab., r. i'?i S. West. 
Tobin William, elk., 116 S. Meridian, 

bds. 424 S. West. 
Todd, Carmicbael & Williams, (C. N. 

Todd, J. D. Carmicbael and D. G. 

Williams) whol. and retail dealers 

in books, stationery, etc., Glenn's 

blk. 
Todd Charles N. (T. C. K W.) r. 228 N 

Tennessee. 
Todd Frank 0. (T. & Hoff) r. 19 Massa- 
chusetts av. 
Todd H. M., salesman New York Store, 

bds. 66 N. New Jersey. 



Todd John M. (J, T, & Co.) r. 31 N. 

Bright. 
TODD JOHN M. & CO. (J. M. T., 

T.J. Breedlove and C. M. Breedlove) 
real estate agents, 24J E. Washing- 

Todd R. N. (Todd & Bigelow) r. 78 W. 
Mivrket. 

Todd Samel, fish stand, 107 S. Illinois, r. 
same. 

Todd Samuel A., lab., r.60 Bright. 

TODD & BIGELOW, (R. N. Todd 
and J. K. Bigelow) physicians, rooms 
3 and 4 .\JcOuat'3 blk. 

Todd & Hoff, (F. 0. T. and J. E. H.) 19 
Massachusetts av. 

Toland Kate Mrs., chamber maid Nei- 
man House. 

Tomlinson James- M. (T. & CoxJ r, 410 
N. Meridian. 

Tomlinson Stephens, r. 27 W. Ohio. 

TOMLINSON & COX, (J. M. T. 
and W. 0. C.) druggists. 18 E. Wash- 
ington. 

Tompkins Frank M., lab., bds. 291 Mas- 
sachuselts av. 

Tompkins J. H. F., bookkeeper, Shaw, 
Lippincott & Conner, r. 291 Massa- 
chusetts av. 

Tompkins William B., elk., bds. 291 Mas- 
sachusetts av. 

Tonlin Newton, bds, 18 S. Pennsylvania. 

Tool John, bartender, Senate Saloon. 

Toole John, works Osgood, Smith & Co. 
bds, Ray House. 

Toole Martin, mechanic, r. 281 S. Eajt. 

TOUSEY GEORGE, president In- 
diana National Bank, r. 415 N, Me- 
ridian. 

Tousey Oliver, (By ram, Cornelius & Co.) 
r. 182 N. Meridian. 

Tousey Omer, salesman, 108 S. Meridian, 
bds. 786 N. Illinois. 

Tousey Ralph, agent Life and Fire Ins. 
Co., Nos, 2 and 3 Odd Fellows' Hall, 
r. cor. Tennessee and Third. 

Tousey N. G., (Lesh, T. & Co.) 359 N. 
Illinois. 

Tout Nancy C, (wid. Henry F.) r. 336 N. 
West. 

Tout William M., bricklayer, r. 625 N. 
Meridian. 

Touts Peter, wagonmaker, r. West Indi- 
anapolis. 

Town August, blacksmith. Eagle Machine 
Works, r. 276 S. Delaware. 

Townley George E., bookkeeper, Fred P. 
Rush, bds. Union Depot Dining 
Hall. 

Townsend A. G., (wid.) confectionery, 321 
E. Market, r. same, 

Townsend Mrs., r. 142 S. East. 

Tracy M. 0., (M. 0. T. & Co.) bds. 237 E. 
South. 



TRA 1 

TKACY M. O. * CO.. (M- 0, T. & 

M. D. Losey) publishers nnd dealers 
in engraviiige, 7 Martiudnle's 31k. 

TRADE PALACE, N. R. Smith & 
Co., proprietors, 2B and 28 W, Wash- 
ington. 

Trask George R., ag't American Express 
Co., r. 735 N. Meridian, 

Trask John F., night policeman, r. 25 
Greer. 

Traub Charles, painter, r. 201 Jackson. 

Traub Conrad, cistern builder, r. Ill Ft. 
Wayne av. 

Traub Israel, grocer and produce dealer, 
500 N. Alahiima, r. same. 

Traub Jacob, painter, r. 500 N. Alabama. 

Traub John, confectioner, r. 183 Madison 
av. 

Travan William, pastor Africai; M, E. 
church, r. 125 N. (California. 

TRAVER'S BEE HIVE, George 
M, Traver proprietor, nw. cor. Wash- 
ington and Meridian. 

TRAVER GEORGE M., dealer in 
drv goods, cloaks and shawls, nw. 
cor. Washington and Meridian, bds. 
112 N. Pennsylvania. 

Travis Albert, night policeman, r. 180 N. 
Missouri. 

Tray Thomas, lab. r. 8 Willard. 

Trayser L. L., piano manufacturer, 82 E. 
Market, r. same. 

Treat A. A , r. 25 W. Pratt. 

Treat A. J., (T. & Claflin) r. 246 N. Meri- 
dian. 

Treat H. P., Machinist, r. 188 S, Missis- 

TREAT & CLAFLIN, (A. J. T. 

and 0. C. C.) merchant tailors, 30 
N. Pennsylvania, 

Treder John, stone maaon, r. 310 E. New 
York. 

Trefy Gottleib Rev., pastor German M. E. 
church, r. 185 E. New York. 

Treon Kate, Mrs., r. 29 S, West. 

Trepe Henry, works Osgood, Smith & Co., 
r. 435 S. Illinois. 

Trigg Spencer C, miller, works Sohl 
Gibson & Co., r. 359 W. Washington. 

Troemper John, r. 182 E, Washington. 

Trooesler William, machinist, Eagle Ma- 
chine Works, r. 276 W. Michigan. 

Trope John, confectioner, r. 185 Madison 
av. 

Trotcer John, lab., r. 65 N. East. 

TROUTMAN JAMES B., messen- 
ger A. .M. U. Ex. Co., r. 77 W. Sec- 
ond. 

TROXELL J. R., attorney, 4 Tal- 
bolt & New blk., r. 126 Virginia av. 

Truckess John, blacksmith shop, 60 
Kentucky av. 

Trueblood James capitalist, r. 347 N. 
Delaware. 



9 TUR 

"benham BRO'S, 

36 East Wastainffton St., 

PIANOS, ORGANS, MUSIC. 

Best Goods! Lowest Prices J 



Trueblood Lidy Miss, (col'd) bds. 175, 
Douglass al. 

Trueblood L. D,, oik. 298 N. Pennsylva- 
nia, b,.ls. 347 N. Delaware., 

Trueblood Newton A., traveling agent, r. 
483 N. Mississippi. . 

Truex Henry, expressman, bd8.| 132 
Maple. 

Trumbs Calvin B., joiner, works cor. Ten- 
nessee and Geprgia, r. 35 Indiana 

Trump Jacob, brioHmason, r. 535 Fort 
Wayne av. 

Trusler Nelson, (Mason & T.) r. 162 N. 
Illinois. 

Trusler Thomas J., Deputy Secretary of 
State, r. Western av., nr. Christian 
av. 

Trusniinple Frederick, lab., r. 33 Blake. 

Tubb , lab., r. Tennessee, north of 

Seventh. 

Tuchong Michael, shoemaker, 313 E. 
Washington. 

Tucker , r. 50 Fletcher av. 

Tucker Duane H., traveling agent, r. 285 
N. .Michigan. 

Tucker H. S. (T. & Smith) r. 306 N. Del- 
aware. 

Tucker Joshua, with Hahn & Bals, r, 276. 
N. Tennessee. 

Tucker Maggie Miss, 6 Pearl al. 

Tucker Richard S., manufacturer of pat- 
ent socks, r. 187 W. South. 

Tucker Washington H., foreman Water's 
Steam Factory, r. 430 N. Missis- 

TUCKER & SMiTH, (H. S. T. and 

VVc(i. S.) dealers in cloaks, white 
goods, etc., 9 N. Pennsylvania. 

Tuhey Patrick, works Rolling Mill, bds. 
300 S. Tennessee. 

Tuhm Charles, lithographer, r. 77 Oak. 

Tully Edward M., elk, 40 S. Meridian, 
bds. 60 W. Market. 

Tully Eliza A, Mrs,, boarding house, 60 
W, Market. 

Tupper Frank C, huckster, r. 79 Eliza- 
beth, 

TURBYVILLE ROBERT, prop'r, 
farmers and drovers hotel, W. In- 
dianapolis. 

Turk Charles, blacksmith, r. 315 Virgi- 
nia av. 

Turk John, laborer, r. Coburn, bet. New 
Jersey and East. 



TUR 
H. H. LEE'S 



TEAS, COFFEES & SUGARS, 

ARE THE SAME EACH DAY 

As are quoted in the 
CINCINNATI DAILY PAPERS. 



TURNER A. H., with Nickerson & 
Downey, r. over 6 VV. Washington. 

Turner Augustus, (col'd) barber, r, cor. 
Georgia and Tennessee. 

Turner Burton, (col'd) carpenter, r. 174 
Douglass al. 

Tamer C. L., traveler, Indianapolis Jour- 
nal, r. 115 E. Ohio. 

Turner Gerhard, lab., r. 14 Michigan rd. 

Turner Hall, 130 E. Maryland. 

Turner James, lab. r. 69 Elizabeth. 

Turner James, r, 66 Indiana av. 

Turner Kate H. Miss, teacher. Fourth 
Ward Scheol. 

Turner Nathan, (col'dl cook, Bates House, 
r. 2S2 BUckford. 

Turner Moses, teamster, r. 269 N, East. 

Turner Nancy .Mra., seamstress, r. 219 N. 
West. 

Turner Robert, lab., r. 185 W. Second. 

Turner William, bricklayer, r. 416 N. 
New Jersey. 

Turner William, teamster, r. 269 N. East. 

Turner W. H., coal ofBce, 19 Circle, r. 
cor. Circle and Meridian. 

TuBchong Michael, shoemaker, bds. 416 
W. Washington. 

TUTEWILER BROTHERS, (J. 
W. T., H. W. T,, and C. W. T.) stoves, 
tinware and house furnishing goods, 
74 E. Washington. 

Tutewiler Charles W., (T. Bros.) r. 85 
Massachusetts av. 

Tutewiler Henry, plasterer, r. 85 Massa- 
chusetts av. 

Tutewiler Henry W., (T. Bros.) r. 166 N. 
Alabama, 

Tutewiler John W., (T. Bros.) r. 85 >las- 
eachusetts av. 

Tuttle B. T., merchandise broker, r. 496 
N. Meridian. 

Tuttle G. P., dealer in teas, coffees, sugar 
and fancy groceries, 1 Martindale's 
blk., r. 334 N. Meridian. 

Tuttle Orien, reel driver, engine No. 1, 
261 W. Washington, 

TWINING WILLIAM, manager 
Life Association of America, office, 
Sentinel bldg., bds. Bates House. 

Tyer Charles W., lockmaker, r, 139 S. 
East. 

Tyer Geo. W., freight conductor, I C. & 
L. R. R,, r, 139 S. East. 

Tyler Charles, billiard tender, 39 E.Wash- 
ington, r. 239 N. Illinois. 



» URB 

Tyler C. M„ elk.. Court douse, r. 239 S. 
Illinois. 

Tyler S. E. Miss, with Bowen, Stewart & 
Co., r. 1.52 N. Meridian. 

Tyler S. S., engineer, bds. 164 W. Mary- 
land. 

Tyler W infield, elk., C. C, 0. & I. R. R., 
r. ne. cor. Mississippi and Market. 

Tyner Albert H., elk., P. 0., bds. 204 N. 
Illinois. 

Tyner C. E., lab., r. 563 E, St. Clair. 

Tyre Charles, machinist, r. 137 S. East. 

Tyre Mat., engineer, C. C. & I. C. R. R., 
r. 139 S. E^st. 

Tyson Ella S. Mrs., teacher, City Acade- 
my, bde. 71 W. Michigan. 

UBANK ROWLAND, oarriagepainter, 
r. N. Pennsylvania nr. Tinker. 

Uhl & Durham, (P. U, and H. E. D.) 
cigars and tobacco, 19 S. Meridian. 

Uhl Matthew physician, office 52 S, Penn- 
sylviuiin, r. same. 

Dhl Peter, (IJ. & Durham) r. 118 E. Pratt. 

Uffman Heiny, cigarmaker, with Charles 
C. Hunt, bds. 89 N. Delaware. 

Ulich J. G., salesman. New York Store, 
bds. 89 S. Illinois. 

Underbill Anne A. (wid.) r. 3.55 N. Ala- 
bama. 

Union Fire Company, No. 3 engine house, 
125 E. South. 

UNION HALL BOARDING 
HOUSE, !35 E. »'. ->. n-ron, \Vm. 
Dell, prop'r. 

UNION HOUSE s'w ,„ . iilinois 
and South, Stephen 'innlfr. prop'r. 

UNION NOVELTY WORKS 
Manufacturing Co., cor St. Clair and 
Canal, S. C. Frink, President, H. A. 
Moore, Secretary, 

Union Starch Factory, E. end New York, 
F. W. Piel, proprietor. 

Union Mission Chapel, Blackford, bet. 
Vermont and Michigan. 

United Brethren Church, New Jersey cor. 
Ohio. 

United Presbyterian Church, Ohio bet. 
Delaware and Pennsylvania. 

Universalisl Church, ue. cor. Michigan 
and Tennessee. 

Unversaw Andrew, r. 125 E. Merrill. 

Unversaw John, meat market, 48 Vir- 
ginia av., r. 345 S. Alabama. 

Updegraff Daniel, saloon, cor. St. Clair 
and Plum, r. same. 

Updegraff Geo., bartender, 255 E. Wash- 
ington. 

Updyke John, plasterer, r. 154 S. Noble. 

Updyke Samuel, plasterer, r. 107 Meek. 

Upfold Rev. Bishop, r. 477 N. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Urban John, lob., r. cor. '\yesl and 
First. 



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TTAHLE HENRY, lab., 313 N. Noble. 

Vail Sidney, teacher, Deaf and Dumb 
Asylum, r. E. Washington, nr. Asy- 
lum. 
Vain John, cooper, r. 126 Union. 
Vajen Frank, salesman, 21 W. Washing- 
ton, r. 128 N. Meridian. 
Vajen John H., (J. H. V. & Co.) r. 128 N. 

Meridian. 
Vajen John H., jr., messenger. Citizens' 

Bank, bds. 128 N. Meridian. 
VAJEN J. H. & CO., (J. H. v., J. 
S. Hildebrand and J. L. Fugate) deal- 
ers in hardware, cutlery, etc., 21 W. 
Washington. 
Vajen William, salesman, 21 W. Wash- 
ington, r. 128 N. Meridian. 
Valentine W. H , hoopskirts and corsetts, 
34 W. Washington, r. 115 N. Illinois, 
Vallmer John, stone mason, r, 474 S. Ten- 
nessee. 
Van Antwerp G. W., blacksmith, 287 E 

Washington, r. 175 N. East, 
Van Benthuysen J. H., fish market, 149 

Virginia av., r, 145 Virgiaia av. 
Van Bergen W. H., carpenter, r. 75 W. 

Michigan, 
Van Blaricuns J. M., carriage and wagon 
manufacturer, 231 W, Washington, 
r. same. 
Van Buren F. A. (Wiley & Van Buren) 

r. 287 E. Market. 
Van Camp C, bookkeeper, Bds. 36 Cali- 
fornia. 
Van Camp G. C. (V. & Jackson) r. 36 

California. 
Van Camp & Jackson, (G. C. V, &, T. B. 
J.) fruit and commission dealers, 69 
W. Washington. 
Vancampen Wm., brakeman J. M. & I. 

R. R , r, 144 Union. 
Vance George \\'., caipenter, 226 Dough- 
erty. 
Vance John J,, watchmaker and jeweler, 
410 S, Meridian, bds. 327 E. Ver. 
mont. 
Vance Jlary, (wid.) r. 445 E, Washing. 



201 VAT 

BENHAM BRO'S, 

36 East Washington St., 

BENHAM'S MUSICAL REVIEW, 

MONTHLY, $1.00 PEE ANNUM. 



Van Dusan C, roadmaster I. C. & R. R., 

r. 288 E. South. 
Vandyke W. W., with Merrill & Field. 
Vandyne G., elk. Hume, Adams & Co., r. 

88 W. North, 
Vanhorn Nicholas, lawyer, r. 85 Ash. 
Vanhouten Cornelius, lab., r. 272 E. 

North. 
Vanhouten J. H., elk., r. 272 E. North. 
Vankamp John, jr., carpenter, r. 161 

Spring. 
Vankiimp John, sr,, carpenter, r. 1.61 

Spring. 
Vankeuren Edward, carpenter, r. 136 W. 

. First. 
Vankirk L. M,, glass blower, bds. 164 W. 

Maryland, 
VanLandingham Elizabeth, (wid.) r. cor. 

Vine and Broadway. 
VanLandingham L., secretary Gas Com- 
pany, r. 276 N. Alabama. 
Vanmeter B. R. Dr., Indiana Surgical 

Institute, r. same. • 
Vannattan .Martha, (wid.) r. 133 Rail 

road. 
Vannoy Ward, plasterer, r. 134 W. Michi- 
gan. 
Van Pelt Louis, auctioneer, r. 18 Fletcher 

Vanplake Eli, soldier United States 

Arsenal. 
Vanshort J., hostler, bds. 18 Pennsylva- 



Vance Samuel C, with Woollen Webb & 

Co.. r. E. end of Market. 
Vance Thos. (col'd) r. Howard, bet. Third 

and Fourth. 
Vance Thomns, cabinetmaker, r. 327 E. 

Vermont. 
Vance Thomas P., elk., r. 101 Forest av, 
Vance W, W., passenger conductor I. C. 

& L. R R., r. 165 S. Alabama, 
Vandegrift W. H., elk. I. C. & L. R. R., 

bds. Palmer House. 
Vanderbilt H. M, agent Domestic Sew 

ing Machine, bds. 496 N. Mississippi. 
Vandervort J. 0. P., miller at Starch 

Factory, r, 56 Michigan rd. 



Van Siclen Alexander, insurance agent, 

with E. B. Martindale, bds, R, B. 

Ducan. 
Vanstan John, shoemaker, r. 239 S. Ala- 
bama. 
Vantyle Abraham, master mechanic C. & 

I. J. R. R. shops, r. 328 K. Georgia. 
Vanvleet Drucilla, Mrs,, seamstress, over 

272 E. Market. 
Vanwenen B, V., carpenter, r. S. E. cor. 

Ohio and Illinois. 
Vanzandt William, cigarmaker, bds. 166 

E. Market. 
Varner James B., bottler, Wm. Smith, r. 

42 Rose. 
Varney Carrie, (wid.) r. 291 E. Ohio. 
Vater Thomas J. (V. & King) r. 339 N. 

Tennessee. 
VATEK & KING, (T. J. V. & J, K.) 

proprietors Equity Foun" ' "' 



dry and Ma- 
Works, cor. Canal and Gear- 



VAU 21 

H. H. LEE 

HAS BUT 

ONE PRICE, SELLS FOR CASH, 

And Guarantees all Goods 

Sold at the OMna Tea Stores, 

To be as Represented. 



Vaughn Dennis, carpenter, r. 75 W. 
Louisiana, 

Vaughn Uennie, inspector I, C. & L. R. R, 

Vaughn George W., boarding house, 44 
S. Tennessee. 

Vaughn Jacob, carpenter, r. 548 N. Mis- 
sissippi. 

Vauslan John, boot and shoe manufac- 
turer, 10 Virginia av., r. 239 S. Ala- 
bama. 

Vawter Rebecca J. (wid) r. 37 Ellen. 

VaTTler John A, produce dealer, r. 575 
S, Meridian. 

Veatch James C, Adjutant General, office 
State building, r. Rockport Indiana. 

Veazpy William, r. 146 E, McCarty. 

Vehling Fritz, tailor, 170 E. Washing- 
Ion, bds. 191 S. New Jersej. 

Vebling Frederick, groceries and pro- 
duce, 197 E. South, r. same. 

Vehling Henry, Cabinet Maker's Union, 
r. 295 E. \yashington. 

Vehling Henry, chairmaker, bds. 53 Har- 
rison. 

Velvit Cornelius, works rolling mill, bds. 
78 W. MoCarly. 

Verity S. T., piano tuner and repairer, r. 
42 Huron. 

Verrill H. A., baggage master, P. C. & 
St. L. R. R. 

Verrill William, lab,, P. C. & St, L. 
freight depot. 

Vert Josi-pliine, (wid) r. 77 Lockerbie. 

Vestiil J. N,, printer Journal office, r. N. 
Blackford. 

Vestal Newton J., printer works Journal 
office, r. 140 Bright. 

Vick Abbie (col'd wid.) r. 248 W. Ohio. 

Vickers Edwin, salesman, 127 S. Meri- 
dian, r. 303 S. Meridian. 

VICKERS W B, (Harding & V.) 
editor Saturday Evening Mirror, r. 
230 E New York. 

Victor Julius, (L. &V.) bds. Kentucky 
av. 

Victor Kate Mrs., (wid. LeFaut) r. 166 
N, Mississippi. 

Vielhaber D., boot and shoe manufac- 
turer, 204 E. Washington, r. same. 

Vielhaber Daniel, works glass works, 
bds. Union Hall. 

Vielhaber Gustavo, shoemaker, 204 E. 
Washington, r. same. 

Viernickel Joseph, bakery and confec- 
tionery, 285 E. Washington, r. same. 



! VOS 

Vieweg August, painter, r. 125 E. Wash- 
ington. 

Vinable Isam, (col'd) lab., r. 116 Ash. 

V nee William, lab., r. 217 Coburn. 

Vincent Ann A. (wid.) r. 109 Railroad. 

Vincent William A., expressman, r. 61 
Russell. 

VINCENT -WILLIAM H., car- 
penter and builder, shop rear of 1''8 
N. Davidson, r. same. 

Vineyard Thomas, switchman, r. 26 S. 
West. 

VINNEDGE, JONES & CO. (J. 

D. VMnnedge, A. Jones and W. S. 
Armstrong) whoi. dealers in boots 
and shoes, 66 S. Meridian. 

Vinnedge J. A., r. 704 N. Illinois. 

Vinnedge J. A. (Wright & V.) r. se. of 
city limits. 

Vinnedge J. D. (Vinnedge, Jones & Co.) 
r. 144 E New York, 

Vinton A. E. (Keifer & V.) r. N. Meri- 
dian, cor. Fifth. 

Vinton M. E., elk. Salsbury Paper Mill, 
bds. N. Meridian, cor. Fifth. 

Virgil Henry, with Adams Express Co., 
r. 164 N. Alabama. 

Voegtle Jacob, house furnishing goods, 
103 E. Washington. 

Vogel Frederick, lab., r. 446 S. West. 

Vogel Henry, carpenter, r. 523 E. Mar- 
ket. 

Voght Barnard, leader orchestra Acade- 
my of Music, r. 242 E. Ohio. 

Voght Fred, (H H. Langenberg & Co.) 
r. 246 W. Washington. 

Voght Joseph, elk. Natiosal Hotel bil- 
liard rooms, bds. at National Ho- 
tel. 

Voight David, beltmaker, r. 535 S. Me- 
ridian. 

Voight Frederick, city express wagon, r. 
Ill N. Noble. 

Voight H W. (W. J. Holliday & Co.) r. 
225 N. Mississippi 

Vollrath Charles, cabinetmaker, works 
246 S. Meridian, bds. 64 S. East. 

Vollrath Charles A., carpenter, r. 79 S. 
Liberty. 

Volmer Godfrey, butcher, bds. 207 W, 
* Michigan. 

Vondergotten Henry, barber, shop 140 S. 
Illinois, r 279 N. Liberty. 

Vondersaar Wendell, blacksmith and 
wagonraaker, 144 Fort Wayne av., 
r. 146 Fort Wayne av. 

VONEGUT CLEMENS, dealer in 
hardware and cutlery, 184 and 186 

E. Washington, r. 508 E. Market. 
Von Lindenmann Berhard, lab., r. E. 

city limits. 
Voorhees A. L., (wid.) r. 135 N. Illinois. 
Voss G. H., (V. & Davis) attorney at law, 

r. 590 N. Illinois. 



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Voss & Davis, iittorneys at law. 3 Tal- 
bott & New's blk. N. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Voylie Andrew, elk. 13 N.Pennsylvania, 
r. 131 N. Alabama. 

Voylie (.'harles, elk. 13 N, Pennsylvania, 
r. 131 N. Alabama. 

WACUS CHARLES, baker, r. 17 Ft. 
Wayne av. 
Wachtsteiter Charles, barkeeper, 15-1 W. 

Washington, bds. same. 
WACHTSTETTER JACOB, sa- 
loon, 154 VV. Washington, r, same. 
Wachtstetter Matthew, bds. 145 W. Wash- 

ingion. 
AVacker August, works A. Wiegand, bds. 

same. 
Waddle Samuel, lab., r. 114 Railroad. 
Wade Samuel, (col'd) barber, 249 E. 

South, r. same. 
Wade- Walker, (col'd) lab., r. 31 Hos- 

brook. 
Wageman Gustave, (Weinberger & W.) 

r. 88 Union.' 
Wagner Charles, (Sprengpfeil & Co.) bds. 

42 S. Liberty. 
Wagner Charles, lab., r. 218 S. New 

Jersey. 
Wagner Conrad, lab, r. 561 S. Meridian. 
Wagner C. W. B., foreman rolling mill, 

bds. California House. 
Wagner David, fireman, C. C. C. & I. R. 

R., bds. 315 E. New York. 
Wagner Fred., works J. M. & I. depot, r. 

204 Union. 
Wagner Geo., with Haskit, Morris & Co., 

r. 82 S. Delaware. 
Waguer George, lab., r. 82 S. Delaware. 
Wagner Gottlieb, butcher, works 194 S. 

Illinois, bds. same. 
Waguer G. W.„ loan office, 66 N. Illinois, 

r. same. ~ ~- ^ 
Wagner Henry, lab., r. 228 N. Winston. 
Wagner J. H. lab , r. 62 Bicking. 
Wagner Martin, asst porter, 108 S. Meri- 
dian, bds. 23 W. Georgia. 
Wagner Tlieodore A., salesman, C. M. 

Raschig, bds. Pyle House. 
Wagoner Joseph, teamster, r. 191 N. Lib- 
erty. 
Wagoner Louis, (col'd) cooper. 
Wahn Christian, currier, r. 467 S. New 

Jersey. 
Wains Oliver P., carpenter, r. 78 E, New 

York. 
WaiuwrighJ Samuel, tinshop, 18 W, 

Maryland, bds. 278 N. Mississippi, 
Wainwright W. H., lettercarrier, r. 23 W. 

St. Joseph. 
WAKEFIELD WM., (Bowman & 

W.) r. 61 N. Illinois. 
Walden Trcadwell Rev., rector, St. Paul's 

Cathedral, r. 257 N. Delaware. 



BENHAM BRO'S, 

36 East vrasbington St., 

iHEET vavsic, vioLiurs, 

GUITARS, STRINGS, &c. 



ffaldnn Wm. (col'd) whitewasher, r. 223 
N. West. 

Waldo Charles, tailor, 19 W. Washington, 
r. 9 E. Washington. 

Waldo George, r. 115 W. New York. 

Waldo George, tinner, Munson & John- 
ston. 

Waldo .vlary Mrs. (wid.) r, 258 N. Mis- 
sissippi. 

Waldo William P., painter, r. 31 Vine. 

Waldsman Frederick, pastry cook at 
Union Depot, r. 133 N. Liberty. 

Walk Anthony E., shoemaker, r. E. Mar- 
ket. 

Walk Julius C , watchmaker, Bingham & 
Co,, r, 249 W. Washington. 

Walk Louis, boarding house, 28 W. Geor- 
gia. 

Walker A., engineer, r. 128 E. St Mary. 

Walker Austin, (col'd) barkeeper, cor. 
Tennessee and Kentucky av., r, 147 
W. North. 

Walker Alva S, general agent, Wheeler 
& Wilson Sewing Machines, 10 W. 
Washington, r. 81 W. Vermont. 

Walker Edward, slencilcuiter, 25 W. 
Washington, up stairs, r. same. 

Walker Frank, (cold.) lab., r. African al. 
bet. Sixth and Seventh. 

Walker George, (col'd) barber, bds. 225 
N. Tennessee. 

Walker Henry, with McCord & Wheatley, 
r. 41 Elm. 

WALKER H. H., state agent Home 
Insurance Co., of New York, 3 Mar- 
tindale's blk., r. se. cor. Western and 
Home avs. 

Walker Isaac, breaksman, r. 173 N. 
Winston. 

Walker Jacob, (col'd) barber, works M. 
Mason, bds. 207 W. North. 

Walker John, (col'd) lab., bds. 355 W. 
Wauhington. 

Walker John C, painter, r. 48 Bright. 

Walker John W., carpenter, bds, 316 E. 
North. 

Walker Joseph B., physician, 276 N. Mis- 
sissippi, r. same. 

Walker L. P. (L. P. W. & Co) bds. Bates 

WALKER L. B. & CO., Domestic 
Sewtng .Machine Co., 58 N. Illinois. 

Walker Mary W. Mrs., dealer in notions 
and diess trimmings, 40 S. Illinois, 
bds . Ray House. 



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THE CHINA TEA STORES 

Are very handsomely decorated with 
Accurate Vie-ws and. Scenes 

CHINESE lilFE AND SCENERY. 

Call and see them before leaving the City 

Walker Nathan A. Rev., r. 66 Christian 
av. 

Walker S. W., engineer, I. C. & L. R. R., 
bds. Ray House. 

Walker T. R., salesman, 129 S. Meridian, 
r, 129 N. Illinois. 

Walker Webster, works, Indianapolis 
Wagon and Agricultural Works, bds. 
211 S. Illinois. 

Walker William, lab., works California 
House, bds. same. 

Wall A. H., carpenter, r. 278 McCarty. 

AVall Charles E., oculist and aurist, 21 J 
W, Maryland, r. same. 

Wall Michael, fireman, I. C. & L. R. R. 

Wall Thomas, flagman, r. 154 Stevens. 

Wall Thomas, carpenter, bds. Little 
Hotel. 

Wall Thomas, wiper I. C. & L. R. R, shops. 

Wallace Andrew, whol. grocer and com- 
mission merchant, 52 and 64 S. Del- 
aware, r. 8j N. Delaware. 

Wallace Andrew, stonecutter, Scott & 
Nicholson. 

Wallace Frank, works Paper Mill. 

Wallace G. C, correspondent, Josselyn 
Bros. & Co., r. 38 Cherry. 

Wallace H. Mrs., r. 167 S. Alabama. 

Wallace James, tinsmith, works McOuats, 
bds. 38 S. Tennessee. 

Wallace James, copyist, r. 219 N. David- 
son. 

Wallace James, stonecutter, r. 167 S. 
Alabama. 

Wallace James, P., physician, McOuats 
blk , r. 19 VV. Maryland. 

Wallace Jane, (wid.) r. 158 Vf. Washing- 
ton. 

Wallace Joseph A., elk., 105 Ash. 

Wallace John, shoemaker, r. 329 N. Noble. 

Wallace Johnson, stonecutter, r. 167 S. 
Alabama. 

Wallace Jonathan, shoemaker, r. 193 
Bates. 

Wallace L. A. Mrs., dressmaker, 26 W. 
Maryland, r. same. 

Wallace Oliver J., brickmason, r. 219 N. 
Davidson. 

Wallace Samuel, bricklayer, r. 35 Vine. 

Wallace Sarah, (wid. Alex. G.) r. 105 
Ash. 

Wallace Susan, teacher, Indiana Institu- 
tion for the Deaf and Dumb. 

Wallace William, machinist, r. 258 S. 
Missouri. 



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WALLACE WILLIAM, Uwyer, 
No. 4 Odd Fellows' Hall, r, 285 N. 
Delaware. 

Wallace William P., manufacturer and 
dealer in cigars aijd tobncco, 28 W. 
Louisiana, r. 160 E. Market. 

WALLACE WILL W., drugs, gro- 
ceries and liquors, 441 N. Illinois, r. 
same. 

WALLACE W. W., dealer in mon- 
uments and tombstones, 120 S. Illi- 
nois, r. 2 Indiana av. 

Walle John, blacksmith, r. 244 S. Dela- 
ware. 

Walle Nathan, blacksmith, r. 73 S. Lib- 
erty. 

Walle M., blacksmith, r, 73 S. Liberty. 

Waller Bernhard, boot and shoe shop, 151 
Indiana av., r. same. 

WALLICK J. F., sup't Western 
Union Telegraph Co., room 8 Black- 
ford's Block, r. 36 W. Michigan. 

Wallingford Catherine Mrs., r. 456 N. 
Delaware. 

Wallingford Florence Miss, teacher, 9th 
Ward School, r. 456 N. Delaware. 

WALLIS NICHOLAS, wholesale 
brush manufactory, 17 N. Noble, r. 
27 .Massachusetts av. 

Walls Henry, r. 21 E. North. 

Walls Wesley L, printer. Sentinel OfiBce, 
bds. 307 E McCarty. 

Walpole Esther Mrs, (wid. Thomas D.) 
r. 410 N. Illinois. 

Walpole Luke, r, 410 N. Illinois. 

Walpole S. P. Miss, r. 127 N. Meridian. 

Walsh Margaret, (wid Thomas) r. 334 S. 
Alabama. 

Walsh Michael, lab., r. 334 S. Alabama. 

WALSH W. J., saloon, 294 S. Dela- 
ware. 

Walsman Fred, painter, Shaw L. & C, 
r. 133 N. Liberty. 

Walter Charles, cabinetmaker, r. 200 N. 
Mississippi. 

Walter G., saloon, 248 W. South r. same. 

Walter Jacob, brewer Meikel's brewery, 
bds. 323 W. Washington. 

Walter William, boots and shoes, 51 W. 
Washington. 

Walters Alfred, sign painter, 46 Ken- 
tucky av. bds. 30J N. Pennsylvania. 

Walters Henry A., works J. H. McKendry, 
r. N. Mississippi, bet. First and 
Second. 

Walters James, foreman Osgood, Smith 
& Co., r. 538 S. Meridian. 

Walters Louis, (col'd) lab., r. 184 N, Mis- 
Walters Luther M., Rev., r. 309 S. Meri- 
dian. 

WALTON H. L., branch office Lon- 
don and New York Publishing Com- 
pany, 20J N. Delaware. 



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Walton John F., pianomaker, r. 30J N. 

Pennsylvania. 
Wambnch John, works rolling mill, bds. 

78 W. McCarty. 
Warasley Harvey, carpenter, r. 354 N. 

West. 
Wambach William, r. 78 W. McCarly. 
Wampler David, railroader, r. 47 Bates. 
Wampler William A., railroader, r. 47 

Bates. 
Wanderly Henry, brickmason, r. 146 N. 

Davidson. 
Wandram William, tailor, r. 406 S. Dela- 
ware. 
Wands Alexander, restaurant, r. 359 N. 

Pennsylvania. 
Wands Alexander W., machinist, r. ne. 

cor. Graham and McCarty. 
Wands John, shoemaker, r. 47 Huron. 
Wands John, boot and shoemaker, 28 S. 

Delaware, r. 65 Gieer. 
Wands John jr., 28 S. Delaware, r. 47 



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Wands William, physician, 

r. 330 E. Vermont. 
Wanes John, boilermaker, r. 85 S, Penn- 
sylvania. 
Wann Henry L., millwright, 132 S. Penn- 
sylvania. 
Wanoka Christian, soldier U. S. arsenal. 
Ward C. D., attorney at law, Talbott and 

News blk. 
Ward H. Dr., drugs and -medicines, 397 

N. New Jersey, r. 389 N. New Jersey. 
Ward D. L., messenger, American M. U. 

Express Co., r. 81 Walnut. 
Ward H., conductor, T. H. & I. R. R., r. 

43 Kentucky av. 
Ward Marion, elk., B. Ward, bds, 389 N. 

New Jersey. 
Ward .Michael, street car driver, r. 417 

Virginia av. 
Ward Patrick, traveling agent, Prenatt 

& O'Connor, r. 195 W. South. 
Ward Peter H., attorney, 4 Talbott & 

New's blk., r. 162 N, New Jersey. " 
WARD'S POKTABLE GAS, 

A. F. Noble, prop'r, State of Indiana, 

28 Kentucky av. 
Warden William, lab, r. terminus Docata. 
Ware Kate, (wid. Robert) boarding house, 

111 W. South. 
Warfield Charles, (col'd) lab., 114 Ash. 
Warfield Parker, (cold) lab., works cor. 

Forest av. and Jackson. 
Warmling Henry, machinist, works 244 

S. Pennsylvania, r. 330 S, Delaware. 
Warne George, r. 59 W. Maryland. 
Warne James P., elk , I. B. & L. freight 

office, r. 275 S, Noble. 
Warne Joseph B. (Mayhew, W. & Co.) r. 

59 W. Maryland. 
Warneling Henry, machinist, r. 330 S. 
Delaware. 



BENHAM B^O'S, 



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AGENTS FOR THE 



BURDETT ORGAN. 



Warner Augustus, works Jackson, Rider 

& Co. 
Warner Edward, painter, i-. 208 AV. Ver- 
mont. 
Warner George, elk., Clipper saloon, r. 

66 W. Maryland, 
Warner Joseph, lab., r. 234 W. Michigan. 
Warner Louis, groceries and provisionB, 

154 Indiana av. 
Warner Marcus, bds. Palmer House. 
Warner Sarah J. (wid. John) r. 234 W, 

Michigan, 
Warner Thomas, printer, works Journal 

office, r. 123 N. West. 
Warner William, brickmaaan, r, 511 N. ' 

Mississippi, 
Warning William, baker, r. 107 E. Wash- 
ington. 
Warren George S. (J. H. Baldwin & Co.) 

bds. Spencer House. 
Warren Joseph, lab , r. 155 High. 
Warren Nathaniel, blower. Glass Works, 

bds. 147 S. i\Iississippi. 
Warren Simon, lumber dealer, office 27 
Massachusetts av., r. 136 E. St. Jo- 
seph. 
Warren True, works Gas Works, r. 64 S. 

Alabama. 
Warrenberg John, teamster, r, 309 E. 

New York. 
Warrenberg Wm., teamster, r. 325 E. New 

York, 
Washburn Calvin, carpenter, r. 348 N. 

Winston. 
Washington David, (col'd) lab., r. N. Mis- 
sissippi, bet. Third and Fourth, ws. 
Washington George, (col'd) works Novel- 
ty Works. 
WASHINGTON HALL SA- 
LOON, 90 and 92 W. Washington, 
Philip Farb.ich, prop'r. 
Washington Henry, (col'd) lab., r. 223 E. 

Michigan. 
Washington House, cor. West and Mary- 
land, P. Deitz, prop'r. 
Washington J. M. (Alcorn & Co.) r. 27 

S. Illinois. 
Washington Leroy, (col'd) lab., r. 207 W. 

North. 
Washington Louis, (col'd) lab., r. Lafay- 
ette Railroad, bet. Second and Third. 
Wasson A. W., veterinary surgeon, 42 E. 

Maryland, r. 72 E. Maryland. 
Wasson Charles K., moulder, bds. 175 S. 
Tenneesee. 



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206 WEB 



Dealer in 

Teas, Coffees, Sugars & Spices, 

No, 7 ODD FtLLOwS HALL 

AND 
ACADEMY OF MUSIC CORNER. 

Wasson Hivam P., elk. Bee Hive Store, 
bds, 177 S. Tennessee. 

Wasson M. E, telegraph 'opemtor, I C.& 
L. R. R , bds. Union Depot Dining 
Hall. • 

Wasson Joel, blacksmith, r. 39 .Michigan 
rd. 

Wasson Wm. G., machinist, r. 177 S. 
Tennessee. 

Wasson Wni. P., hoot and shoe manufac- 
turer, 175 S. Tennessee, r. snme. 

Wate Abbie R. -Miss, teacher Fourth 
Ward School, bds. 228 N. East. 

Walermnn Christian, (Berg & W.) r. cor. 
South and Tennessee. 

Waterman Henry, moulder Greenleaf& 
Co. 

Waterman L. D, physician, 68 N. Penn- 
sylvania, r. 377 N. Delaware. 

Waters John G., deputy city elk., r. 86 
N. Mississippi. 

Waters Morris, lab. T. H. & I. R. R., r. 
320 S. West. 

Waters Samuel D., lab, r. 57 Orientil. 

Watkins Ed., p^iinter, Osgood & Chap- 
man, r. 402 S. Tennessee. 

Watson E C, cooper, r. al. bet. New 
York and Ohio, and Pennsylvania 
and Mississippi. 

Watson Elmer W., breakman, r. 536 E. 
Georgia. 

Watson James, engineer I. C. & L. R. R, 
r. 92 Bates. 

Watson John C, lab., r. 27 Hahn, 

Watson John W., machinist, r. 607 E. 
Washington. 

Watson Joseph S, printer, 79 W. Wash- 
ington, r. 207 W. Maryland. 

Watson Morris, musician, r. N. Missouri 
near Ohio. 

Watson Robert J., breakman, r. 607 E. 
Washington. 

Watson Samuel W., bookkeeper Harri- 
son's Bank, r. 504 N. Delaware. 

Watson Wm., lab., bds. 68 W. South. 

Watson Wm. P., first bookkeeper First 
National Bank, r. 421 N. Illinois. 

Watten John, railroader, r. 138 S East. 

Watts William, mantle setter, r, 458 E. 
Georgia. 

Watz Louis, blacksmith, bds. Globe house. 

Waugh Daniel, machinist, r, 49 Ellen. 

Waugh Daniel, bolt cutter, C. C. & 1. C. 
R. R. shops. 

Waugh Henry, lab., C. C. C. & I. R. R. 



Way Alfred, guitar teacher, r. cor, Illi- 
nois an.i Fifth. 

Way Amanda M. Miss., editress Western 
Independent, 10 S, Pennsylvania, r. 
same. 

WAY A. M. & LOU, manufac- 
turers of regalias of all orders, 10 
S. Pennsylvania. 

Wijy Lou Miss, (A. M. and Lou Way) r. 
10 S.Pennsylvania. 

Way Stephen, cutter, W. N. Grain bds. 
Pyle House. 

Way Truman, switchman, r. 296 S. Ala- 
Way William, baggage master, I. C. & h. 
"R. R. bds. 296 S. Alabama. 

Wayne C, foreman, D. YanJes jr. 

Wayne John, works Jackson Rider & Co. 

Weakley G. W„ operator, W. U. Tele- 
graph, bds. 35 Virginia av. 

Weakley J. A., stoves and tin-ware, 191 
W. Washington,' r. 159 W. New 
York. 

Weakley Robert, tinner, r, 179 W, New 
York. 

WEANER JOHN, proprietor Wash- 
ington House No's 181 and 183 S. 
Meridian. 

Weaiherbce A. F., works Jackson Rider 
& Co. 

Weaver Emma F., dressmaker, bds. 199 
N. Illinois. 

Weaver Frank W., elk., 39 N. Illinois 
bds. 233 N. Illinois. 

Weaver Fred , carpenter, r. 273 N. Noble. 

.Weaver George, bricklayer, r. 323 N. 
Liberty. 

Weaver Harry, bootmaker, 5 West Wash- 
ington, bds 276 N. Liberty 

Weaver James, bootmaker, 5 W. Wash- 
ington, r. 276 N Liberty. 

Weaver Michael, cooper, r. 55 Hellen. 

Weaver Thomas, plasterer, r. 232 S. Mis- 
souri. 

Weaver William W,, (W, and Hedges) r. 
233 N.ll.in is. 

WEAVER & HEDGES, ( W. W. W. 
and E. H.l undertakers, 39 N. Illi- 
nois. 

Webb A L., seeds and agricultural im- 
plements, 83 W. Washington, bds. 
64 W. Maryland. 

Webb Charles, (cold) porter, J. R. Marsh, 
r. 162 Elm. 

WEBB ISAIAH, groceries and pro- 
visions, 314 Indiana av., r. 312 In- 
diana av. 

Webb John W. (Bell & Webb) r. 19 
Maria. 

Webb Joseph P., carpenter, r. 456 E. 
Georgia, 

Webb Joshua, r. 55 Ellen. 

Webb Laura, (wid. Ira) boarding house, 
64 W. Maryland. 



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Webb VV. S. (Wonllen, Webb & Co., aUo. 
Hibben, Taikington & Co.) r. 440 
W. Meiiilian. 

Weber , brass moulder, r. 3^30 

RaihoaJ. 
Weber Adam, lab., r. 340 S. Debiware. 
Weber David, carpenter, r. 264 Massa- 
chusetts av. 
Weber David, moulder, r. 278 Vincent. 
Weber Elizabeth, (wid.) r. 35( Railroad. 
Weber Erhard, elk. Crossland, Hanna & 

Co., r. 53 California. 
Weber Fred, Cabinet Makers' Union, r. 

366 N. Noble. 
Weber Fred, watchmaker and jeweler, 

43 S. Illinois, bds. Illinois House. 
Weber George, lab , r. 149 N. Noble. 
Weber George H., works Glass Works, r. 

430 S. Meridian. 
Weber Henry, lab., r. 111 E. Washington. 
Weber Henry, works Schneider & Co., r. 

336 Railroad. 
Webor Henry, waiter, Emonegger's Hotel. 
Weber John A., r. cor. Christian av. and 

Plum. 
Weber John W. (col'd) lab., r. 167 Indi- 
ana av. 
Weber J. F., elk. W. Haerle, bds. 366 N. 

Noble. 
Weber Lewis, barber, shop 182 S. Illinois, 

r. 30q S. Pennsylvania. 
Weber Mary, (wid.) r. 84 S. Liberty. 
Weber William, lab., r. 84 Huron. 
Weber William, blacksmith, r. 105 Hu- 
ron. 
Webster Abner, r 706 N. Illinois. 
Webster Chester, salesman, bds. 305 E. 

New York. 
Webster Geo. C, (Daggett & Co,) r. 140 

N. East. 
Webster Geo, C, jr., salesman 26 S. Mer- 
idian. 
Webster George S., machinist, r, 88 Cali- 
fornia. 
Webster J. H., driver hook and ladder 

trucks, r. 29 N. New Jersey. 
Webster Daniel, butcher, r. 424 S. Illi- 
nois. 
Wecker A ugust, lab , bds. 200 S. Missouri. 
Weckeiling Frederick, lab. r. 92 Russell. 
Wederecht John; cigarmaker, r. 135 E. 

Washington. 
Weegmann ('. Hermann, music teacher, r. 

259 E. New York. 
Weeks George, machinist, r. 174 E. Wash- 
ington. 
Weeks Richard, lab., r. Wabash, bet. 

East and Liberty. 
Weeks William N., bookkeeper 18 W. 

Pearl, r. 60 S. Pennsylvania. 
Weese Christian turner, r. 81 S. Liberty. 
WEGHORST HENRY, florist, and 
Vfgeiahle ganlone', Japan, bet. Ne- 
braska anti East, r. same. 



BENHAM BRO'S, 

36 East Washington St., 
Pianos, Organs and Melodeons 

FOR 

CASH OR orv time:. 



Weghorst Hermann, lab,, r. 467 S, East. 
Wehle Conrad, , teamster, bds. N. New 

Jersey. 
Wehle Gregor, barkeeper, 12 Louisiana, 

bds same. 
IVehle Lucas, shoemaker, r. 87 N. New 

Jersey. 
Wehley Conrad, plowmaker, bds. 235 E. 

Washington. 
Wehling Charles, blacksmith, 234 S. Del- 
aware, r. 240 S. Delaware. 
VVehling Fred., grocer, 193 E. South, r. 

same, 
Webling William, cooper, r. 232 Blake, 
ffehn Christian, currier, r, 451 S. New 

Jersey, 
IVeibel Adolph, baker, r. 376 E. Ohio. 
Weidle John, baker, works 178 S. Illinois, 

r. same. 
Weidemim John, porter, r. 46 Coburn. 
rt'eigand A., florist, cor. Kentucky av, 

and South, r. same, 
IVeigant John, Deputy Marshal Union 

Depot, r. 444 S. Meridian. 
Weiker Henry, lab., r.272 E. Louisiana. 
Weikert Alonzo. elk., Haskit, Morris & 

Co., bds. 127 Duncan. 
Weikert Henry, works 21 and 23 W. 

Pearl, bds. California House. 
Weikert Josoph, carpenter, r, 127 Dun- 
can. 
IVeikonfoe Ernst, tailor, r. 23 Kentucky 

av. 
Weil William, lab,, r. 76 S. Tennessee, 
Weilaoher John, barkeeper, 20 Kentucky 

av., bds. 386 N. Tennessee. 
Weiland C, yardman, P. C. & St. L. R. R. 
iVeiland Christian, switchman, I. C. & L. 

R. R, yard, r. 134 Union. 
Weiland William C„ elk,, 397 S. Merid- 
ian, r. 5.i8 S. Illinois. 
Weinberger Ernest, r. 297 N, East. 
Weinberger Herm.an, (W. & Waegemann,) 

r. 138 S, Meridian. 
WEINBERGER & WAEGE- 
MANN, (H, W. and G. W.) confec- 
tioners and eating house, 10 W. Lou- 
Weir D. 15., mail agent, T H. & I, R. R, 
Weir Jas. L,, salesman, New York Store, 

bds. Macy House, 
Weir John, plumber, J. G. Banning, bds. 

17J Virginia av. 
Weir William, (W, & Greenlee) bds. Mo- 
zart Hall. 



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THE CHINA TEA STORES 

ARE AT 

No. 7 ODD FELLOWS HALL 

AND 

ACADEMY OF MUSIC CORNER 



WEIR-& GREENLEE, (W. W. 

and E. A. G. ) marble works, 44 

Virginia av. 
Weis George, tailor, G. H. Heitkam, r. 

Circle restaurant. 
Weis John L., Darmstadt HofiF, 401 E. 

Washington. 
VVeis Peter, grocer, sw. cor. East and 

McCarty, r. same. 
Weise M. F., pasior, German Lutheran 

Church, r. 218 Huron. 
Weisenheimer F. L., works Jackson, 

Rider & Co. 
Weishaar John, bootmaker, r. 140 Madi- 
son av. 
Weiemann William, lab., r. 433 Virginia 

av. 
Weismeyer John, lab., r. 345 E. McCarty. 
Weithouse John, cigarmaker, with C. C. 

Hunt, bds. 23 Kentucky av. 
Welch Edward, weaver, woolen mills, 

bds. 323 W. Washington. 
Welch James, porter, Hume, Adams & 

Co., r. 255 W. Washington. 
Welch James, shoemaker, bds. 199 W. 

Maryland. 
Welch Jenny, domestic. Bates House. 
Welch Judson, lab., r. 83 W. Louisiana. 
Welch Kattie, (wid. Christ.) r. 152 N. 

Davidson. 
Welch Mary, domestic. Blind Institute. 
Welch Michael, porter, J. C Burton & 

Co., r. 80 Indiana av. 
Welch Patrick, lab., r. 30 Helen. 
Welch, Patrick, engineer, C. C. & L C. R. 

B., bds. 58 Benton. 
Weller James, engine tender, Caledonia 

Paper Mill, r. cor. New York and 

Blake. 
Weller Levi, mailcarrier. Union Depot 

r. 651 N. Tennessee. 
Weller William, blacksmith, Sinker & 

Davis, r. 281 N. Mississippi. 
Welling W. W., mailagent, P. C. & St. L. 

WELLMAN HIRAM B., inventor 
and patentee of Ozaline Burning 
Fluid, r. 118 N. Liberty. 

Wells A. J., letter carrier, r. 240 N. Illi- 
nois, 

Wells Edmond, bootmaker, 28 S. Dela- 
ware, r. 191 S. New Jersey. 

Wells Graham A. (W. & Sullivan) r, 
181 N. New Jersey. 

Wells James, engineer, r. 4 Habn 



8 WER 

Wells James, engineer, works coffee and 
spice mills. 

Wells'john H., carpenter, r. 786 N. Ten- 
, nessee. 

Wells Joseph, elk., r. 38 Cherry. 

WELLS MERRITT, dentist, rooms 
Yohn's blk., r. 112 Plum. 

Wells Peter, (col'd) lab., r. cor. Michigan 
and Missouri. 

Wells T. L., boot nnd shoemaker, 57 N. 
Illinois, r. 63 W. Ohio. 

Wells William F., lab., r. 38 Cherry. 

WELLS & SULLIVAN, (G. A.W. 
and B. W. S.) dentists, over 15 E. 
Washington. 

Welsh B. D., painter, bds. 74 State. 

Welsh James, lab., bds. 296 W. New York. 

Welsh John, lab , r. 110 N. Davidson. 

WELSH MAURICE, prop'r Senate 
Saloon, 80 W. Washington, r. 355 S. 
Meridian. 

Welsh Michael,' porter, J. C. Burton & 
Co., r, 80 Indiana av. 

WELSH PATRICK, Bank Saloon, 
23 W, Washington, r. 353 S. Meri- 
dian. 

Welte Catharine Miss, hoop skirt manu- 
factory, 163 E. Washington, r. 173 
E. Washington. 

Wemwe Joseph A., traveling agent, r. 374 
W. Vermont. 

Wempner Henry, checkman, L C. & L. 
depot, r. 69 Harrison. 

Wenger Frank, barkeeper, 176 E, Wash- 
ington, r same. 

Wenken Ernst, (Bach & W.) r. 178 N, 
Noble. 

Wenken William, painomaker, r. 178 N. 
Noble. 

Wenner John J., varnisher, r. 484 S. New 
Jersey. 

Wennick J. H., lab., r. S. Tennessee. 

Wensel Simon, carpenter, r. 323 W. 
Market. 

Wenshorsl Henry, hostler, bds. Mozart 
Hall. 

Wentling L. L., elk., 174 E. Washington, 
bds. 24J Kentucky av. 

WERBE CHARLES, speculator, r. 
Court, bet. Alabama and New Jer- 
sey. 

Werbe Christopher G. attorney, 94 E. 
Washington, r. East, S. of limits. 

Werbe Fred L., groceries and notions, 
249 W. Washington, r. same. 

Werbe Henry G., watchmaker Bingham 
& Co, r. 249 W. Washington. 

Werker Henry, lab., r. 274 E. Louisi- 
ana' 

Werner S. Miss, teacher of music Indian- 
apolis Young Ladies' Institute, r, 
Cincinnati, 0. 
Wernsing Herman, tailor, r. 430 S. Illi- 
nois. 



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WER 

mercial traveler, r. 127 
N. Alabama. 
Joseph, r. 127 N. Alabama, 
enher Wm., butcher, r. 358 E. New 
Ysrk, 
' 'erlz Jacob, painter, r. 222 S. Mis- 
souri, 
' 'esbey Charles, painter, bds. 324 W. 

Maryland. 
' ^esbey Ephram, cooper, r. 324 VV. Mary, 
land. 
Tesbey Wm. H., printer Sentinel office, 

bds. 324 W. Maryland, 
fesley Chapel, (Methodist) sw. cor Me- 
ridian and New York 
l^esley Charles, (G. W. W. & Son) prop'r 
Bates House. ; 

V^ESLEY GEO. W. & SON/ 
prop s Bates House, cor. Illinois and 
Washington. 
I'esling Conrad, drayman, r. 330 N, 

Noble. 
Wesseler John A., wood peddler, 124 N, 

West Charles M., with Stewart & Mor- 
I gan, druggists, bds. Bates House, 
it Clinton, priuter, r. 291 E. Mar- 
ket. 

Veht David, works stave factory, r. 34 
Elm. 

Pest George, cooper, r. 179 E. South. 

'est G. H, (West, Morris & Gorrell) r. 
483 N. Tennessee. 

fist J, C- (Scott, W. & Co.) r. 357 N. 
New Jersey. 

Vest Market Space, bet. Tennessee, Mis- 
sissippi, Market and Ohio. 

SSTEST, MORRIS & GORRELL, 
(Geo. H. VV., John I. M„ and S. W. 
G.) dealers in china, glass and 
queensware, 37 S. Meridian. 
3t William C, printer, r. 294 E, Mar- 
ket. 

?esteine Allen, shoemaker, bds. Califor- 
nia House. 

Pestert'eld Conrad, driver delivery wag- 
on for A Ball, 178 S. Illinois, bds. 
same. 
' 'estern Furniture Co , 105 E. Washing- 
1, John U eust, Prestident. 

■ t'esteru House, 127 S. Illinois, John C. 
vsen, pioprietor. 

■ STESTERN INDEPENDENT, 
weekly paper, published at 10 S., 
Pennsylvania, Amanda Way, edi-; 
tress. 

UTESTERN MACHINE 
WORKci, Siiiker & Davis, pvoprie- 
tors, portable and staliouary en- 
gines, 125 S. Pennsylvania. 

\rESTEBN MUSICAL RE- 

iVlEW, monthly, H. L. &. A. .V|. 
Beuham, proprietors, 36 £. Wasli- 
ington. j 

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J. SENOUR & CO., 
CITY SHOE STORE,\ 

I\o. 3 Vilest Wastaing^toii St. 

Tmliamapolis. Ind' 



WESTERN PUBLISHING CO., 

publishers and agents for popalar 

subscription books, etc, M. V. 

I'owen, Manager. 
WESTERN UNION TELE-^ 

GRAPH CO., Chas. C. WhitneJ 

Manager, 11 S. Meridian. 
Western J, Al., moulder, r. 424 Virg 

Westpfall Theodore, lab., 150 Union. 
Wetzel Hans P., elk. T. H. & I. freight} 

Wenst John, Western Furniture Co., r. 

143 Fon Wayne av. 
Whalen Dennis, lab,, r. 126 Meek. 
Whalen Timothy, lab,, r. over 280 

Washington. 
Whalen William, cooper, r. 45 Elm. 
Whaley Critten^len, elk. B. G. Stout 

Bro., bds. 142 N. Mississippi. 
Wheat William 0., (W., Fletcher & Co.) 

r. Franklin, Ind. 
Wheat, Fletcher & Co., (W. C. W., L. Wi 

F., and B, Coffin) pork packersi 

ofBce, 1 Vinton's blk. " 

Wheatley H. H., manufacturer of doors 

sash, frames, eic, shop cor. Soutl 

and Delaware, r. 311, S. East, 
Wheatley John M., bookkeeper, McCon 

& Wheatley, r. 309 S. East. 
Wheatley Martin, (Caylor & Co,,) bds 

379 N. West. 
tVheatley Wm. M. (McCord & W.) r. 202 

E. Ohio. 
Whedon Americus, conductor J. M. &. I 

R. R,, bds Bates House. 
Wheeler Charlotte Mrs., r. 317 W. Mar; 

kef. 
|Vheeler D. Y., elk, Millner & Sherwoi 
' bds. National Hotel. 
AVheeler John, fireman C. C. & I. 0. R. R| 

bds, 58 Benion. 
Whehle Lucas, boots and shoes, 235 

Washington, r. 87 N. New Jeisey, 
Whelan Josph K., r. 300 Massachusetts 

av. 
Wherritt William, r. 135 W. New 

York. 
Whipple C. W., machinist, r. 48 Foresi 

av. 
Wbietler George, cigarmaker, with Chas 

C. Hum, bds. 89 N. Delaware. 
"WHITCOMB E. A., State agent St 

Louis Mutual Life Insurance Co., 4 

Yohns blk.. r. 300 KNaaJb^..-.,. — '' 



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H. H. LEE 



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MAKES A SPECIALTY OF 



Choice Green, Black & Japan Teas 

Whiicomt' Jane D, Mrs., boarding house, 

lf.4 W Marjlard. 
WHITCOMB JEEOME G , agent 

J. M. & I R. R., office ss. Soulli, bei. 

Delaware and PennsjlTania, r. 162 

E. Market. 
White Alfred, (col'd) lab.. 77 Ann. 
While Allen C, paperhanger, r. 102 

Bales. 
White Alnrzo M., general agent Berkshire 

Life Insurance Co.. r. 377 N Eact. 
While America Miss, (col'd) servani, 125 

N. California, 
While >, S. insurance agent, 19 N. lUi- 

White Chailes H,', Aorks Valer &. King' 

r, 82 Indiana av. 
While diaries H.. gasfitter, r. 82 Locker 

hie. 
White r. L., bookkeeper I. & St. L. R. R., 

r. 100 Virginia av. 
White Cli.irles M., State agent Home In 

surance Co., of New York, r. 26 W. 

Pratt. 
While George, lab, r. Fifth, bet. Missis 

sippi and Lafayette R. R. 
White George W., agent, 42 S. Meridian, 

■ r. 171 W. Michigan. 
White George W., (col'd) lab., r. 57 N. 

Noble. 
While Haitie Miss, servant, works 169 S. 

Tennessee. 
While Hezekiah, lab. I. C. & L. R R., r. 

182 Bates. 
White Hughes W. (W. & Ferguson) r. 138 

Virginia av. 
While James T., lab., r. 194 Douglass al. 
While Jane Mrs., boarding house, r. 75 

S. Pennsylvania. 
While Joseph, bds. 440 N. East. 
While J. B., baggage master, P. C. & St. 

L. R. R. 
While J. M., soldier U. S. ArsenaL 
While K. D. Miss, township l.brarian, 

14 N. Delaware, r. N. of city. 
While Mary Miss, (col'd) washerwoman, 

r. 194 Douglass al. 
Whi'e Mavgret J. (col'd wid. Stephen) r. 

194 Douglass al. 
While Michael, car repairer C. 0. C. & 

. I. R R., bds. 153 N. Winston. 
While Mr., engineer I. & V. R R., bds. 

58 Benton. 
White Rhoda, (wid. Charles) tailoress, r. 

cor, Madison and MoCarty. 



Richard, 



, 130 .Michigan 
superintendent Fletcher 



road. 

White Rober 

farms, r. 251 E. 

White Sarah Mrs., (wid. Samuel) r. 117 
N. Mississippi 

White Susan A. (wid. Milton) r. 494 
Virginia av. 

White Thomas, works rolling mill, r. 278 
S. Tennessee 

While William, carpenter, r. 72 Maple. 

White William E. (cold) lab., r. 194 
Douglass al. 

While William S., carpenter and builder, 
r. 68 Plum. 

WHITE & FERGUSON, (H. W. 
While and W. W.Ferguson) custom 
tailors, room 3 old P 0. building. 

Whitehead John, elk , 405 W. Washing- 
ion, bds. Slime. 

Whiiehead Moses S., carriagemaker, r. 
367 N. East. 

Whitehead Thomas, works Byrkit &. Co., 
r. 160 Fl. Wavne av. 

WHITEHEAD WILLIAM, gro- 
ceries, prov sions and saloon, 430 
and 432 W. Washington, r. same. 

Whiteley Susie, (wid.) r. 336 E. New 
York. 

Whiteside Joel G , chemist, Hannaman & 
Co., r. 122 N. Delaware. 

Whiihorf William, works Jackson, Rider 
& Co. 

Whiting T M., manufactuter and bleach- 
er of straw goods, 26 Kentucky av., 
r. same. 

Whitley H H., carpenter, r. 311 S. East. 

Whitman Charles, carriagemaker, r. 216 
E. Market. 

Whitman Hannah C, (wid. Freman) r. 
195 Jackson. 

Whitman H. N., carpenter, r. 101 Brad- 
shaw. 

Whitman L. M., r. 493 N. East. 

Whitman Peter, woodsawyer, r. 326 Rail- 
road. 

vVhilman W., traveling man, bds. 144 N. 

WHITNEY CHARLES C , man- 
ager W. TJ, Telegraph, r. 94 S. 
Noble. 

Whiiney George A , bookkeeper, Jackson, 
Rider & Co., bds 71 Indiana av. 

Whiiney J. W., blacksmith, 46 S. Penn- 
sylvania, r. 71 E. Maryland. 

Whiiney T. D., works Stave Factory, r. 
302 N, B ake. 

Whiiney William, agent C. & I. J. R. R., 
r. 160 N. MeridiaB. 

Whitney William, boot and shoe manu- 
facturer, 55 and 57 S. Illinois, r. 
same. 

Whitridge Samu^ 1, ; aiu er, i 639 N, Illi- 
nois. 



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Whitriilge W., r. 363 N. New Jersey. 
Whiisiit Benjamin, bricklayer, r. 291 Vir 

ginia av. 
Whitsitl Court E., contractor, r. 291 Vir 

giiua av. 
Whitsitt Jesse, bricklayer, r. 291 Vir 

Whitsitt John A., contractor, r. 66 Hu 

Whitsitt' John B, engineer C. C. & I. C 

R. R., res 43 Bales. 
Whittaker John, onriage smith, r. 60 

Mas«aohii8etts av 
Whiitaker John, blacksmith, r. 353 N. 

New Jersey. 
Whitt..ker John, (col'd) lab., r. 530 S. 

Illinois. 
Whittaker T. F., elk., 55 W. Washington, 

r. 72 W. .Maryland. 
Whitted John V., lab., r. 153 N. Noble. 
Whittemore E. C. (wid.J boarding house, 

58 Benton. 
Whitting Robert, r. 25S S. Meridian, 
Whittlesey S. L , oik , T. H. & I, R. R., r. 

74 Stale. 
Whitten E, r. 316 E North 
Whitton Robert L., bookkeeper, 61 S. 

Meridian, r. 258 S. .Meridian. 
Whoulihan Jen-y, lab., woiks gas works, 

r. 424 S. Tennessee. 
Whoulihan Patrick, lab, works rolling 

mill, r. 424 S. Tennessee. 
Wibke Wm.. wagonmaker, with Lou Mil- 
ler, r. 293 Davidson. 
Wichmann Chas. C L., carriage painter, 

25 S. East, r. 216 E. Market. 
Wickhoff J li, carpenter, r. 3^'.l N.Noble. 
Wicklitf Charles, lab,, r. W. Second nr. 

Lafayette Railro id. 
Wicks Richard, porter, Munson & John- 
ston. 
Wiebke H., expressman, J., Robertson & 

Co. 
WIEGAND ANTOIT, green house 

and flour garden, cor. Kentucky av. 

and Canal, r. oar. South and Canal. 
Wiegman Christian, baker, r. 202 E. 

Court. 
Wiegman Christian, jr., (Cook & W.) r. 

202 E. Court. 
Weigand Mich i el, shoemaker, r. room 6 

Marmont Hall, 
Wiehelm John, lab., r. 265 S. Alabama. 
WIES PETER, grocer, sw. car. East 

and McCarty. 
Wiese Andrew, carpenter, C. C. & I. C. R, 

R., r. 168 E. Ohio. 
Wiese Anthony F., lab., r. 327 E. Mich- 
igan. 
Wiese Charles, carpenter, r. 283 E. Ohio. 
Wiegemann John, teamster, r. 162 N, 

Winston. 
Wie_st Christopher, saloon, cor. Washing- 
' tuD and-East, r. same. 



1 .Wli. 

BENHAM BRO'S, 

36 East Washington St., 
INmANAPOLtS MANUPAOTUKINIS 00. 'S 

F» I A ]V O S , 
ELEGANT IN TONE AND FINISH, 

I >ura'ble in ConstructioTi. 



Wiggins George W., tinner, r. 36 S. Ala- 
bama. 
Wiggins Joseph, (Foster, Wiggins & Co ) 

r. 79 E. St, Joseph. 
Wiggins Lizzie, (wid. John) r. 15 S. 

Mississippi. 
Wiggins Peroival E. (D. & W.) r. 31 W. 

St. Clair. 
Wilauian John, porter, 34 S. Meridiap, 

r. 46 Cohurn. 
Wiland William, works Glass Works', r. 

222 Bluff rd. 
Wilberger Pleasant, (col'd) lab., r. Afi- 

cau al., bet, Sixth and Seventh. 
Wilcox C, D. (W. & Means) r. 62 Fletcher 

Wilcox David, r. 293 W. Blake, 

Wilcox George H., pressmen Journal 

office, r. 9 Vine. 
Wilcox John C, butcher, r. 293 Blake. 
Wilcox Thomas, machinist, r. cor. South 

and Virginia av. 
Wilcox William, works Jackson, Rider 

& Co. 
Wilcox William H., speculator, r. 154 N. 

West. ■ 
Wilcox & Means, (C. U. W. arid T. A. 

M.) agents Desota Mutual Life In- 
surance Co., rooms 3 and 4 Wiley's 

blk. 
Wilcoxen Wm. B. cabinetmaker, r, ne. 

cor. Tennessee and First. 
Wild Joliu, stovemoulder, r. 753 N. 

Mississippi. 
WILDER C. P., dealer in books, 

wall p:iper, etc., 26 E. Washington, 

r. 374 N Tennessee. 
Wilderick William E., confectiouer, 317 

Virginia av,, r. same. 
Wilding Charles, oik. 23 E. Washington, 

r. 123 N. East. 
Wilding William, shoemaker, r. 123 N. 

East. 
Wiles Rro. & Co., (W. D. Wiles, D. tl. 

Wiles, D. W. Coffin and John J. 

Morris) whol. grocers and tea and 

tobacco dealers, 149 S. Meridian. 
Wiles C. H., elk., 25 E. Georgia, bds. 224 

E. Market. 
Wiles D. H. (W. Bro. & Co.) r. 53 Fort 

W.ayne av. 
Wiles 0. P., bill elk. Wiles, Bros. & Co., r. 

394 N. New Jersey. 
Wiles Theodore, lettercarrier, bds. 64 W. 

Maryland, 



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THE CHINA TEA STORES 

ARE AMONG THE 

Attractions of Indianapolis. 

Call and See Them before leaving the City. 



WILES THOMAS, stoneware house, 

25 E Georgiii, r. 224 E Market. 
Wiles T. S., elk. 25 E. Georgia, r. 224 E. 

Market. 
■Wiles William M., U. S Aesessor In- 
ternMl Revenue, office P. 0. bldg., r. 
286 N. Pennsj-l'vania 
Wiles W. D. (W., Bros. & Co.) r. 394 N. 

New Jersey. 
WILES & REYNOLDS, (W. M 
• VV. and T. E R.) druggists, 48 N 
Pennesjlvania. 
Wiley Andrew, salesman, bds. 131 N. 

Alabama. 
Wiley Charles, salesman, bds. 131 N 

Alabama. 
Wiley Delaney, physician, 16J E. Wash- 
ington, r. 55 Massachusetts av. 
Wiley David, works Rolling Mill, bds. 78 

W. McCarty. 
Wiley E. W. (W. & VanBuren) r. 287 E. 

Market. 
Wiley Frank A., elk. P. 0., bds. 204 N. 

Illinois. 
Wiley H. W., professer N. W. C. Uni- 
versity, r. College av., opposite Uni- 
versity. 
Wiley John S., salesman, r. 36 Cherry. 

Wiley M. W. (M. W. W. & ) r. 308 

S. \ieridian. 
WILEY M. W. & CO., (M. W, W. 

and ) druggists and chem.sis, 

408 S. Meridian. 
Wiley Wm. Y., Captain and 0. S. K., U. 

S. Arsenal, bds same. 
WI1.EY & VAN BUREN, (E. W. 
W. and F. .V VauB. ) general agents 
Grover & Baker Sewing Machine 
Co., 21 E. Washington. 
Wilgus Jacob, engineer, r. 302 S. Illi- 
nois. 
Wilhelm Aug , with McCord & Wheatley, 

r. 172 W. New York. 
Wilhelm Charles, Western Furniture 
Company, r. cor. St. Mary and Ala- 
bama. 
Wilhelm Charles, jr., cabinetmaker, r, 

547 N. Alabama. 
Wilhelm Chrjst., lab., r. 265 S. Alabama. 
Wilhelm Daniel, Western Furniture Com- 
pany, r. 163 E. St. Mary. 
Wilkening Charles, expressman, r. 285 



Wilkins & Co, (John A. Wilkins& ) 

manufacturers of mattresses, 84 E. 
Market. 

Wilking Henry, shoemaker, r. 22 West. 

Wilkins Charles, teamster, r. Pennsylva- 
nia nr. Tinker. 

Wilkins Charles A., machinist, works 
Greenleaf & Co., bds. 124 S. Merid- 

Wilkins Peter, detective, i: N. Pennsyl- 
vania nr. Tinker. 
Wilkinson D. E.. grocery and produce 
dealer, 44 N.' Pennsylvania, r. 412 N. 
Delaware. 
Wilkinson L. W., salesman. New York 

Store, r. 70 E. Ohio. 
Wilkinson James, brakeman, I. C. & L. R. 

R., bds. Ray House. 
Wilkinson John, tailor, 32 N. Illinois, r. 

77 Kentucky av. 
Wilkinson Juhn, elk.. New York Store, r. 

70 E. Ohio. 
Wilkinson William, r. 85 N. Delaware. 
Will Adolphus, elk., with John Mueller, 

r. 96 N. Noble. 
Will Fred., saloon, r. 99 N Noble. 
Will John F., city tannery, r. 96 N. No- 
ble. 
Willard A. B., (A. G. W. & Co.) r. nw. 

cor. Alabama and Yew York. 
Willard A. G., (A. G. W. k Co.) r. 138 

Massachusetts av. 
WILLARD A. G. & CO., (A. G. 
Willard, A. B. Willard and C. P. 
Wilson) wholesale and retail dealers 
in pianos, organs and sheet music, i 
and 5 Bates House Block. 
Willard Will., blacksmith, r. 281 N. Mis- 
sissippi. 
Willehen Davies, lab., r. 385 N. Winston. 
Wilier Levi, mail messenger, P. 0., r.651 

N. Tennessee. 
Willhoflr George, teamster, Smith's Brew- 
ery, r. 212 Madison av. 
Williams Amanda Miss, (col'd) servant, 

76 N. California. 
Williams Aogeline, (wid. Thomas H.) r. 

131 Huron. 
Williams Ann M. (wid. Jacob T.) r. 88 

N. California. 
Williams August, works Planing Mill, r. 

172 W. New York. 
Williams Bruns, salesman, 79 S. Merid- 
ian, r. 172 W New York. 
Williams Charles C, r. 748 N. Illinois. 
Williams Charles, retired, r. 28 W. Michi- 
gan. 
Williams Christian, lab., P. C. & St. L. 

freight depot. 
Williams Uan. (coi'd) Bates House. 
Williams Daniel, plasterer, r. 277 E New 

York. 
Williams Daniel G., (Todd, Carmichael & 
W.) r. 512 N. Tennessee. 



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Williams David, blacksiuith, r. 237 W. 

Merrill. 
Williams Dayi J B., elk. pension office, r. 80 

S. Mississippi. 
V illiams D. C, moulder, r. 18 Dougherty. 
Williams E, (col'd) cook Sherman House. 
\\ illiiims Edgar, elk. Browning c& Sloan, 

bds. 2-2(i N. Illinois. 
Williams Edward C, moulder, r. 18 

Dougherty. 
Williams Elizabeth Mrs. (wid.) boarding 

house, 488 S. Illinois. 
Williams Edgar H. (Barnes & W.) r. 

Broadway, nr. Christian av. 
Williams George, lab. r. 2d house from 

New York on Bright. 
Williams George B. Superviser of Inter- 
nal Revenue, Vinton's blk., bds. 

Bates House. 
Williams Giles, telegraph operator, with 

W. F. Wallick, 
Williams Griffith, blacksmith, r. 70 Meek. 
Williams H. M. Miss, teacher Indianpolis 

Young Ladies Institute. 
Williams Horace, (col'd) lab., r. 140 Elm. 
AVilliaras James Y., machinist, Chandler 

(St Taylor, r. 88 California. 
Williams John, iron pudler, r. 314 W. 

Merrill. 
Williams John, works rolling Mill, bds. 

441 S. Illinois. 
Williams John, carpenter, r. 17 E. North. 
Williams John C, (cold) whitewasher, r. 

85 W. Georgia. 
■WILLIAMS J. D., President State 

Board of Agriculture, office State 

House. 
Williams John X, heater rolling mill, r. 

363 S. Missouri. 
Williams J. M., minister, r. Howard, bet. 

Second and Third. 
Williams Lucy, (col'd) washer -woman, r. 

cor. Blake and Rhode Island. 
Williams Mary K, (wid.) Ambrose, r. 248 

W. Market. 
Williams Nicholas M., salesman, bds. 65 

N. East. 
Williams, Owen, r. 226 N. Illinois. 
Willliams Rees R., works rolling mill, r. 

5 Will.rd. 
Williams Robert, hostler, r. 55 Fayette. 
Williams Sue, (wid.) r. 281 E. New York. 
Williams Thomas T., bricklayer, r. Broad- 
way, nr. (Ihristian av. 
Williams u allace, (cold) lab., r. African 

al., bet. Sixth and Seventh. 
Williams William, painter, Shaw, Lip- 

pincott & Conner, r. 223 Buchanan. 
Williams William, helper, rolling mill, 

bds. 363 S. Missouri. 
Williams William, stone mason, r. 223 

Buchanan. 
Williams William, Superintendent Rink, 

r. 44 N. Tennessee. 



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,"36 E. Washington St., 



INDIANAPOLIS IIIANUFACTURING GO.'S 

r» I A ]v o s . 



Williams William, policeman, r. 209 S. 

East. 
Williams William S., traveling agent, 

bds. 33 W. Maryland. 
Williams William G., blacksmith, r. 70 

Meek. 
Williams W. B., agent, G. W. Respat h 
, and E. T. Co., 80 and 82 Virginia 

av., r. 247 N. East. 
Williams W. R., letter carrier, r. cor. 

Potomac and West. 
Williamson Asher, engineer Peg and 

Last Factory, r. 122 E. Merrill. 
Williamson Edward, works Indianapolis 

Agricultural Works, bds. 438 S. Illi- 
nois. 
Williamson Leonidas, engineer, bJs. 438 

S. Illinois. 
Williamson L. B., iron rail maker, r. 317 

S. East. 
Williamson Marshall D., lumber dealer, 

r. 460 N. Delaware. 
Willich Charles, cabinetmaker, r. 163 E. 

St. Mary. 
Willich Daniel, Western Furniture Co. 

r. 163 E. St. Mary. 
Willeg Daniel, cabinetmaker, r. St. Mary 

bet. Alabama and New Jersey. 
Willis Charles, (col'd) barber, 10 S. Dela^ 

ware, bds. 361 E. New York. 
Willis George, express messenger, r. 27 

N. Noble. , 
Willis Henry, prest, and supt. of the 

Indiana Cement Pipe Co., r, 780 N. 

Illinois. 
Willis Jonathan, tinsmith, shop, 166 

Indiana av. r. cor. Smith and Maria, 
Willis Robert, brakeman, C. C. & I. C R. 

R., bds. 58 Benton. 
Willits Josiah, cooper, r. 31 Ellen. 
Wilson Thomas, elk., r 340 E. New York. 
Wilmington Edward M., deputy county 

auditor, r. 122 St. Mary. 
Wilmington L. F.. mailagent, I. & V. R. 

R., r. 426 N. East. 
Wilmont Caroline A. (wid.) r. 244J E. 

Washington. 
Wilson Albert, moulder, bds. Ray House. 
Wilson Allie Miss, school' teacher, bds. 97 

W. Maryland. 
Wilson Amanda Miss, r. 188 W. George. 
Wilson B. A., r. 686 N. Illinois. 
Wilson Benjamin F., works street rail- 
road company, bds. 18 N. Noble. 
Wilson Chas., elk., r. 178 S, New Jeraev. 



____^_WIL_____ 214 
H. H. LEE 

Makes a Specialty of 

CHOICE eoiiBElV RIO, 

OLD GOVEBNMENT JAVA COFFEES. 
Wilson Chas,, lab., r. 188 N. Winston 
Wilson Charles C, coach painter 26 £ 
New Jersey, r. 266 S. Missis.'.inni 

""'pfifi^vr''- ^■- J""' bookbinder, bd. 
^66 S. Mississippi, 

Wilson CC. (cord) cook, county jail, r 

145 Bright. 
Wilson (:. P. (A. C. WiUiard & Co.) r. 33: 

S. Meridian, 
Wilson David, salesman. New York store 

bds. .Jacy House. 
Wilson D. H., elk., New York store, bds 

Macy House, 
Wilson Frank, lab, r. 18 N.Noble 
Wilson Frank, printer, Sentinel office, r. 

^0 b. .Mississippi. 
Wilson F;ank m^^^^ ^^^^^^ ^ ^^ 

bds. 30A N. Pennsylvania 
Wilson Fred., mantlesetter, Munson & 
Johnston. 

)V. Michigan 
Wilson Grace D. Miss, teacher, r 97 W 

Maryland. 
Wilson Steven, plasterer, r. 325 S. Ala 

Wilson Hugh machinist, works Greenleaf 

& to., bds. 169 S. Tennessee 
.Wilson James, carpenter, r. 477 w 

Michigan, 
VVilson James, elk. Adam Bretz r. 44 W 

Louisiana. ' 

Wilson James A., carriage painter, workf 
Millers carriage shop, bds. 35 W 
Georgia. 
Wilson James G., carpenter, r. 418 Indi 

ana nv. 
Wilson James H., elk. Citizens' Street R 

R. office., r. 18 N. Noble. 
Wilson James H., bookkeeper J E Rob 

ertson & Co., r. 324 N. Delaware 
WILSON JAMES T. (W & R) 
dealer in liquors and tobacco No 3 
Spencer House, bds. Globe House. 
Wilson James W., lumber dealer, office 
^7 Massachusetts av., r. 134 £ St 
Joseph. 
Wilson John, carpenter, r. 25 S New 
Jersey, • ^ cw 

Wilson John, bricklayer, r. 188 W Geor- 
gia. 
Wilson John, finisher, Greenleaf & Co 
bds 169 S. Tennessee. ' 



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Wilson Joseph, peddler of notions r. 278 
E Louisisiana. ' 

Wilson J C^ manager Union Depot Tele- 
graph Office, b^ls. 169 N. Illinois. 

Wilson J. W., lumber dealer, r. 134 E St 
■loseph. 

Wilson J W., tailor, r. 226 S. Noble. 

Wilson George, photographer, 36J E 
Washington, r. same. 

Wilson Lizzie Miss, r. 167 W. Washing- 
ton ° 

Wilson Louis, (col'd) servant, 172 N, 

WilsonL.B.,r. 97 W.Maryland. 

7 w' .\ "'"'""'' ''• i^'^. 16* 

land "''' '"^^' ■*'* ^^- *''"'y- ' 

Wilson Marion C lab., r. 340 Indiana av. 
Wilson Martin B., lab., r. 533 S. Meri- 

dian. 

iUon Mary E. Miss, teacher, bds. 174 
Virginia av. 
Wilson Mattie Miss, servant, 238 N 
West. 

*^''T '^""'^ ^^™' dressmaker, r. 119 



Wilson John S., carpenter; r. 68 N. East Winder'i'if"?'" ""'"' "PP' ^"'O" ^ 
Wilson J. T., plasterer, r. 117 S. Bemon.' r fifi'''^:°P«''''" »^- U- Teleg; 



Wilson M. W., cabinetmaker, bds. Call- 
rornia House. 

'^"Tor'l'h'"'''"""' t""'''*^ •''''•. >•■ 350 W. 
Wilson 0.' M., assistant U. S. District 

Attorney, room 2 .Etna building, r. 

i-i 6. lennessee. 

W-!'"° ^p V^'"" ■■■ "^"^ S, Delaware. 
Wilson Rebecca, (wid. Hiram) dress- 
w;i= ''d^''u'*° . tailoress, 68 S. Illinois. 
Wilson Richard, (col'd; lab., r. Lafay- 
w, ^"'l™:^'' bet. First and Second. 
Wilson S. A. (wid. James B.) r 239 E 
Lousiana. 

Wilson SanfordB.,,r. 623 E. Washington. 

"^?°6r,Cnuf'"^^^'"'="'°-"'-'- 

'"'"T9l5at^-'---^er,r. 

Wilson Thomas, (col'd) lab r cor Ash 

and (Christian av. 
Wilson Thomas E., salesman, r. 324 N 

Delaware. 
Wilson Thom.as S.. policeman, r, 178 S 

New Jersey. 
Wilson William, secretary Indianapolis 

WimnT°'V''.^°'''--^^*«'^<^'"^- 
Wimpe Joseph A„ agent, r. nw. cor. Ver- 
mont and Brio-ht 
Winchenhaugh^Ei^ery D., carpenter, r. 
Wincheste; E.'^H. (W. & S.) National 

WINCHESTER & SAPP, (E. H 

Winchester and W. D. Sapp) proprie- 

ri;?:::^"!i"!-'';pp;F^-'^^ot. 



66 N. Peru. 



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Windsoi- James E.. with B. F. Haugb & 

Co., r. 324 S, Delaware. 
Winder Jolm M., SKlesman, Boston Store. 

bds, 68 E. Market, 
Wing Thomas, conductor C. C. & I. C. 

R. R., bds. Spencer House. 
Wingate J. F., r. 300 N, Delaware. 
Wingate Martha Miss, waiter Neiman 

House. 
Wingate Wm. h, sawmill, S. East, r. 122 

Virginia av. 
Wink Isabella Miss, millinery, 1.52 E. 

Washington, r. same. 
Wink Mrs, midwife, r. 195 S. Alabama 
Winkler John, elk. Globe House, r. same. 
Winkler M.iry Miss, work.s Globe House. 
Winkler Valentine, stonemason, bds. 

Globe House. 
AVinslow A. B., with J. D. Condit, bds. 54 

Circle. 
Winter Anthony, lab,, r. 169 E. St. Mary, 
AVinter Edward, painter, r. Gregg, bet. 

Jackson and East. 
Winter Henry F., blacksmith, r. 41 

Grant. 
WINTER I. N., dealer in second- 
hand goods, 17 Virginia av., r. 43 

Ellsworth. 
Winter I. N., cutter, 37 E. Washington, r. 

48 Ellsworth. 
Winter John A., painter, Hubbard's blk., 

r. 345 N, Noble. 
Winter Rudolph J., dealer in rags and 

old iron, '244 S. Meiidian, r. same 
WINTER WILLIAM, local editor 

Sentinel, b^ls. 480 N. Mississippi. 

Winters , bds. Bates House. 

Winters Anthony, lab., J. C. Ferguson & 

Co. 
Winters Philip, saloon, bds. Ray House 
Waters Philip C, maltster, r. 268 S. 

Alabama. 
W iii7, Elizabeth Mrs., r. 226 Dougherty. 
Wipker Henry, expressman, r. cor. North 

and Davidson. 
Wirt Jno. B., letter 'carrier, r. 465 Vir- 
ginia av. 
Wirt Wm., salesman r. 127 N. Alabama. 
Wirth John, elk., 368 N. Peunsylvania, 

bds. same. 
Wirtz Henry, carriagesmith, Shaw, Lip- 

pencott & Connor, r. 503 S. East. 
Wirtz Jacob, veterinary surgeon, r. 503 

S. East. 
Wise A., with B. F. Haugh & Co., r, 573 

E. St. Clair. 
Wise Christian, lab., 81 S. Liberty. 
Wise John, bricklayer, r. 343 N, Dela- 
ware. 
Wise W. T., barber, r. 299 E. New York. 
Wiseman Anna Mrs., r, 199 N. Pennsyl- 
vania. 
Wiseman Simon, teamster, r, 355 W. 

VV ashlngton. 



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BTJRDETT OROAIV. 



Wiseman Wm., watchman, r. 214 E. Meek. 

Wiser John W.. brakeman, C. C. C. & I. 
R. R., r. 583 E. Washington. 

Wishmeir Charles F., works Starch Fac- 
tory, r.292 N. Winston. 

Wishmeir Christian, fireman, Starch Fac- 
tory, r. 292 N. Winston. 

Wishmeir C. F., miller, r. 258 N. David- 

Wisehmeir C. F., fireman. Starch Fac- 
tory, r. 258 N. Davidson. 

Wishmeir George, delivery elk., bds. 
274 E. Ohio. 

Wishmire Anthony, jr., lab., bds. 274 E. 
Ohio. 

Wissart John, proprietor, Meridian Ex- 
change, 18(1 S. Meridian, r. same. 

Wister Annie E. Miss, r. 97 W. South. 

Withers George T., lab., r. S. Mirsissippi, 
nr. Rolling Mill. 

Witlinger Jacob, grocer, 100 S. Noble, r. 
same. 

Witmau H. T., physician, r. 39 Indiana 
av. 

WITT BENNETT F., war claim 
agent, attorney and notary public 
and supervising agent Franklin 
Life Insurance Co., sw. cor. Wash- 
ington and .Meridian, r. 364 N. New 

WITT & ARBUCKLE, (B. F. W. 

and M. R.) real- estate agents, sw. 
eor. Washington and Meridian. 

Witthof August, cooper, r. 82 S. East. 

Withof Henry, cabinetmaker, r. 82 S. 
East. 

Witthoft Frederick, groceries and salobn, 
329 Indiana av., r. same. 

Wobitz Louis, butcher, bds. 352 S. Dela- 
ware. 

Wocher John, stonecutter, r. 25 Meek. 

Wocker Julius, elk., r. 23 Meek. 

Woelz Charles, wholesale and retail con- 
fectioner, 149 N. Delaware, r. same. 

Wolf Caroline Mrs., r. 255 S. Mississippi. 

Wolf Charles, saloon, 176 S. Illinois, r. 
same. 

Wolf George W., painter, 255 S. Missis- 
sippi. 

Wolf Isaac, cooper, bds, 408 W. Washing- 
ton. 

Wolf Lizzie Mrs. (wid. Jacob) r. 246 
Chestnut. 

Wolf Moses, salesman. Hays, Rosenthal 
■& Co., r. 144 Virginia av. 



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THE CHINA TEA STORES 

Have the NAME of being the 

MOST ATTRACTIVE STORES IN THE WEST. 



No. 7 Odd Fellows Hall 

ACAPEMY OF JTIVSIC COKNER. 

Wolf Philip H., cigarmaker, 36 Vir<rinia 

av., bds. 176 S. Delaware. 
Wolf Samuel, railroader, r. 50 Elm. 
Wolf Valentine, boarding house and si- 

ioon, 176 S. Delaware, r. same 
Wolfe William A , (S. & W.) r, 196 Vir- 
ginia av 
Wolfrora Albert T., (Wolfrom Bros.) bds 

201 N New Jersey. '' 

Wolfrom Bros., stoves and tinware, 197 

E. Washington. 
Wolfrom C. A., foreman press room Jour- 
nal Office, r. 201 N. New Jersey. 
Wolfrom Christian, (Wolfrom Bros'l r 
201 N. New Jersey. '' ' 

Wolfrom Ernest E, bookkeeper, bds 201 

N. New Jersey. 
« olfrom Sarah (wid.) r. 201 N. New Jer- 
sey. 
Wolson Charles, wiper, C. C. C. & I. R 

R. Shops. 
Wolsterbaum A., (wid) grocery, 312 N. 

Illinois, r. same. 
Wood A. D., (W. & Hoss) r. 201 N. Dela- 
ware cor. Vermont. 
Wood Alexander, assistant City Eueineer 
r. 18 W. Vermont. -^ 6 •= . 

Wood Annie, (wid.) r. 53 Hellen. 
Wood Cinthia, (wid.) r. 74 N. Liberty. 
Wood Daniel L., (Nutting & Wood) r. 417 

N. Tennessee. 
Wood David A., bookkeeper, Dessar Bros. 
& Co., r. E. Washington, near city 
limits. 
Wood Edmunson R., carpenter. 
Wood Eugene W., teacher, Indiana Insti- 
tution for the Deaf and Dumb. 
Wood Fred, steam 



digger, 



itter, 



70 N. Illi. 
Mansur) r. 124 N. 
inter and joiner, r. 



Wood Herman, (W, 

Tennessee. 
Wood James W., cai 

124 Bates. 
Wood Jenny, domestic. Bates House. 
Wood John, cooper, r. 114 S. Noble. 
Wood John T., assistant P. M., r. .393 N. 

Pennsylvania. 
Wood John J,, carpenter and joiner, r. 

124 Bates. 
Wood John M., (W. & Foudray) r. 4 Mas- 
sachusetts av. 
Wood L., physician, office, 31 Virginia 

av., r. 563 N. Mississippi. 
Wood Maurice G., elk. Nutting & Wood 

bds, 407 N. Pennsylvania. ' 



Wood N. H., conductor, 0. C. & I. 

R., bds. Bates Housi. 
Wood Nicholas, well an I 

r. 428 E. St. Clair. 
Wood S. Mrs., r. 126 N. Pennsylvania. 

Wood , (wid ) r. E. Washington, nr. 

Deaf and Dumb Asylum 
Wood William D., elk. H, U. Lee, r 189 

N. Illinois. 
Wood William E., stock dealer, r. 442 N, 

Pennsylvania. 
Wood Wm. J., salesm.in, Stonemau Pee 

& Co , r. 304 E. .Market. 
Wood & Foudray, (J. M. W. and J. E. P ) 
livery and sale stables, 16 N. Penn- 
sylvania. 
WOOD & HOSS, (A. D. W. and 
John T. Hoss) brokers and real es- 
tate agents, Wiley's blk., over 10 N. 
Pennsylvania. 
Wood & Mansur, (Herman W. and Frank 
.M.) livery and sale stable, 21 and 23 
W. Pearl. 
Woodard Alpheus, conductor, C. C & I 
C. R. R., r. 75 Davidson. ' ' 

Woodard John T., elk., 2 Palmer House 
bds. 25 N. Harrison. ' 

Woodard J. H., correspondent Cincin- 
nati Gazette, r. 197 N. Alabama. 
Woodbridge Chas. A., (John Woodbridge 

& Co.,) r. 147 N. Pennsylvania. 
Woodbridge C. I., (John Woodbridge & 

Co..) r. 147 N. I'ennsvlvania 
WOODBRIDGE JOHN, whoL 
dealer in glassware, queensware, 
etc., 36 S. Aleridiun, bds. 147 N 
Pennsylvania. 
WOODBRIDGE JOHN & CO. 
(John Woodbridge, Cal. Woodbridge 
Chas. Woodbridge and Chas. Jones) 
queensware, gUssware and china, 
12 W. Washington. 
Woodbridge J. D., engineer, r. 81 E. 

Michigan. 
Woodburn J. H. Dr. (Thompson 

264 N. Illinois. 
Woodbury Charles, marblecutte 

Ittenbach & Co., bds. E Ge - 
Woodbury N. T. Dr., dentist, 39i "w. 

Washington, r. 76 W, .Market 
WoodfiU George, r. 524 N. Mississippi. 
Woodford James, traveling agent, r. 160 

N. West. 
Woodford J. E., traveling agent, bds. 

Spencer House. 
Woodruff James 0., supt. Water Works 

bds. 179 N. Alabama. 
Woodruff M. W., elk. American Express 

Co., bds. 475 N. Pennsylvania. 
Woodruff Wm.. elk. luncu stand Union 

Depot, bds. same. 
Wood Almon, fireman Glass Works, r. 88 
S. Mississippi. 

., woodhauler, r. 234 Huron, 



W.) r. 
Smith, 



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Woods Un.iel, razor grin.ler, r. 290 W. 

W„shiiigion. 
W00J3 Elvin. Hi.pt. Glass Works, bda. 44 

S. 'reiiiiHSSfe 
WooJs George F.. blower Gliss Works, 

bils. 147 S Mississippi, cor. Mary- 

l^lMcl. 

Woods J., leiinster, b.ls. 73 KcnI.icky a*. 
Wnods .John, cooppr, r. 114 S. NoMe. 
Woods ,\lMriH. (colM, wid ) .■ 247 N. Wpst. 
Woods Thomas, lnh.. works Osgood, tfiniili 

& Co, r. 24 W Mci'aTly. 
Woods William J., wl.ol agent, r. 301 E. 

.Market. 
Woodson John S., cu'tiom tailor, "2 Vir 

WOOLLEN "aaEEN V., snpi. 
City Hospital, t: cor. West and Ver- 

Woollen K., (wid.) r. 17R E. Vermont 
Woollen S .rail, (wid. .Uiliou), r. 248 N, 
West. 

WOOLLEN", WEBB & CO.. 

bM..kers, (W. W. Woollen and W. S. 

Wehb) No. 31 W. Washingion. 
Woollen William M., dealer in groceries 

and provisions, 101 Indiana av , r. 

288 N Tennessee 
Woollen William W., (Woollen & Rud 

dell) r. College av. 
Woollen William W. (Woollen, VVebb & 

Co.) r. lli"N. Tennessee. 
WOOLLEN & RUDDELL, (Wil- 
liam W. Woollen and Janies H. 

Ruddetl.) attornevs at Law, 25J E. 

Wasl.ing.on. 
Wo lley Tbomas, bds 309 N. New Jer- 
sey. 
Woolrich .John G., elk, Palmer House, r 

same. 
Wompner Henry, cbeckman, P. C. & Si. 

L. Depot, r. 59 Harrison. 
Wonnell Loiiis.i, (wid. John A.) boarding 

house, 31 Indiana av, 
Worden 0. D. (C. J. Worden & Son) r. 

218 E. Market. 
Worden 0. J., (C. J. Worden & Son) r. 

89 G. Market. 
Worden C. J & Son, agents Empire 

Minual Life Insurance Company, 85 

E. Market. 
Worland William, grocery and feed store 

and dealer in loose hay and straw, 

52 Virginia av, r. same. 
Worley William, teanisier, r. 325 E, New 

York. 
Worinan Ch irles R., bds, 79 E. Ohio. 
Worman W. W., s^ilesman Murphy 

Johnston & Co, r. 79 E Ohio. 
Worihiiiglon Ge.hard, r. 408 S. Dela- 

WORTHINGTON L.. president C. 
k 1. J. K R., office no and 112 
Virginia av., r. Ciuciuuati Ohio. 

26 



BENHAM BRO'S, 

3C East IVushington St., 

nos, Organs anri Mel denns Tune-* 
Move'^ and Reraire-^. 



Worihiugion Willi:i,M II, inmkmaker, 
Vi gii.i, av, r. 23 Douglass. 

Won,,,.., Charles, bootmake,-, r 353 Vir- 
ginia av. 

Wrede Th.o lore. elk. F,-ank Erdlemyer, 
r 91 E. Washing, .m. 

Wreid, Charles, howling alley, 34 W. 
Georgia, r same 

Wren Edwaid. wagonmaker, r. 99 S. 
New Jersey. 

WREN THOMAS, contractor, r. 355 
S. Tennessee eor. Norwood. 

Wrench F,ed, stone culler, r. 139 Ste- 

Wrenick & Ruik, (M. W. and J B.) dress 
and cloakmakers, G2 Indiana av. 

Wr:gh' A. L, (Hume, Adams & Co,) r. 
224 N. Alab.im.i. 

Wright A. P, night policeman, r, 128 
BiO'idway. 

Wright Ben C. (Hamlin & W.) r. 275 N. 
Delaware. 

Wright C. E. (Fletcher & W.) r. 107 N. 
Alabama. 

Wright C. N., pumpmaker, r. 330 S. 
Noble. 

Wright Charles A., reel estate agent and 
notary public, 17i W. Washington., 
room 2. bds. Bates House. 

Wright 0. W., general a.gent Hartford 
Life Insurance Co, office 8 E. Wash- 
ington, r. 477 N Meridian. 

Wright Eliitabelh, (wid. Alonzo) r. 182 
W. Georgia. 

Wright Eliiabeth Miss, seamstress, r. 160 
li,diaDa av., up stairs. 

Wright Frank Miss, r 37 Douglass al. 

WRIGHT FRANK T., painter, r. 
3B1 W Vermont. 

Wright Frank, painter, bds. 366 W. 
Wnshington. 

WRIGHT PRANK, ale brewer eor. 
Blake and New York, r. 160 N. West. 

Wright G S.. attorney at law, room 5 
I.angsdale's hik., r. 275 N. Delaware. 

Wright Heniy, machinist, Eagle Ma- 
chine Works, bds. 366 W. Washing- 
ton. 

Wright Hiram N, proprietor Wright 
House, 366 W Washington. 

Wright Jacob, (Hamlin & W.) r, 275 N, 
Delaware 

Wrisiht J, (col'd) lab., r. 174 Indiana av. 

Wiigiit John, (col'd) lab., r. 460 S. Alis- 
bouri. 



WRI 



218 



TOH 



J. SENOUR & CO,, 

CITY SHOE STORE, 

No. o West Washington Kt., 

Tn<lis»"ar»o'i>-. Tntl. 



\Vli.rl,l .l.iln. C.firelM.il. C. i 1. J. B. R., 
r, -JMI ipru-.il. 

WRIGHT JOHN M..rl'oing™(,hc.-, 
'A'.ii V. W:l^lltllgll)ll, r. Siinie. 

Wiiglr' Jnlin N , irnve'.ii.E- ..gei.t, Wesr, 
M..iri»SGonf.n.i- 477 N .M.-ii.li..r. 

Wiiirlii J"!!" li. (WiUUm Sumuei iCo. 1 
'v Ch.oiniu.ii, 0. 

AViij:!.! .lull., .s, liplitninc; rod mnnii- 
t:icnnpr, r. 795 N. Teiinessoe. 

AViiiilii Joseph, biickUjer, r. 171 Vir 

Wriglii Jn-i'ph C, inillwriglit. r. 302 W 

Wiiglii .1. iC woiis Vater & King, r. 89 

i?. -Illinois. 
Wright .1 J., pliysici.in,58iE. Market, r 

498 N. Peiinsylviiiiia. 
Wri;;hr l,.-vi, giocery aiij proiiiice dealer 

82:{ N. AlMb.una. r. 314 N. Al.ihanm 
Wrighi l.i.lJ^ J., (wiJ.) r. cor. Cherry 

■u,d Uio.'.dw^y. 
Wrighi M. H., physician, r. 103 N. Jle- 

ridia... 
Wrighi N;iihan, (eolM) barher, shop 128 

S. llliTio!S. r, 209 lilake. 
AVriglu Peler, (col'd) lab., r. Ninth, near 

Cair.l. 
Wrighi I'tichard .M., shoemaker, r. 22 Ori- 
ental. 
Wright Satiiuel, elk., bda. 314 N. Ala- 

WBIGHT THEODORE F., (W. 

& lloUniin) r. 3tjl W. Vermont. 

Wright ■I'liomns. elk., r. 7(j Plum. 

« rishi lliomas, (cold; lab., r.13-5 Bright. 

W right William B., groeer, r. 83 E. Mich- 
igan. 

Wright Willis W., (Carber, John & Co) 
r. K Naliot.al Koad. 

Wrighi Willi;, m, printer, Journal Office. 

Wri"hi W. G., piimpmaker. 3(j S. Penn- 
sylvania, r. 271 Virginia av. 

Wright W. H., sa'esmaii. 52 S. Meridian, 
r. 83 B. MichigMn. 

WRIGtiT & HOLMAN, (T. F. 
Wright and B. M. II ) job printers, 
33 W. Washiugioii. 

AVriglu iii Vinedge, (J. T W. & J. A. V.) 
veal KStale agents, B2 E. Washing 
ton. 

AVnesi .lohn, turner, r. 143 Ft. Wayne av. 

Wuudran William, tailor, r. 404 d. Dela- 
Wure. 



Uuiniip'v \V)lliMni. ilniggisi and: chSm- 
i.-t, 127 E. W:,s|iingiou, r. fame. 

Wynti Thcmas. r 83 S. ISenton. 

Wyiilt W. D , dealer in gioceries and pro- 
visions, cor. Noble and Fletcher av., 

Wylnnd Mary Mvs., r. 246 Chestnut. 
Wymoih Amos, blacksmith, W . lodiiinap- 

W.ynii C. C. Mrs., teacher, Institute for 

the Blind 
Wynii W. S., falesman, Rttwcn, Stewart 

& Co, bds. se. cor Walnut and Ten- 

ne«sfe. 
Wvsong Christopher, bricklayer, r. 281 

N. N..hlo. 
Wysong Geo, bricklayer, r. 281 N. Noble. 

XT ACM ANN MINNIE MTSS, elk. 147 
X W. Washington, hds. same. 
Yager Godfrey, trnnkmaker, 89 S. Illi- 

nois, r. 185 N. Noble. 
Yandes Daniel jr., dealer in hides and 

leather, 76 E. W'Mshingtou, r. N. 

Tennessee, out city limits. 
Yandes D, leather and hides, 76 E. 

WMshiuglon, r 179 li Ohio. 
Yandes George li., bl;<. Bates llotise. 
Yandes Simon, lawyer, 21 E. Washing- 
ton, bds. B.ites Hotise. 
Yarbrongh i^arah, (wid.) r. 153 Meek. 
Yarling Peter, tailor, r. 126 Meiaity. 
Yaw Jatne«, lah., r. 302 W. Market. 
Yeager Chiislian, lab., r. 292J E. Wash- 
ington. 
ITeager Christ., walchman, P. C. & St. L. 

Freight llepi>t. 
Yeager Marion, fireman, C. & I.J. R. R., 

bds. 1)1 .S. Nuhle. 
Y'eager William, deiler iti groceries, 

p.ovisions. etc., 282 N. Noble, r. 284 

N. Nohle. 
Y'ealnn L. li , snpei intendent Fiie Alarm 

Telegraph, r. 74 E Ohio. 
Yeiser Jaeoh, cotidiicior, C. C. h I. C. R. 

K , bils, Spencer House. 
Yewell Eira T.. pianotuner, r. 202 N. 

E-.st. 
Y'e-well Frank, condnelor. Silver Palace 

Sleeping Car, r, 318 Cbeslnnt. 
Yewell Solomon, bookkeeper, r. 320 

Chestnut. 
Y'ewell Solomon, jr., driimatic agent, r. 

320 Chestnut. 
Yocun> Louis, blower Glass Works, bds. 

California House. 
Yohn Albert B., elk. J. H. V. Smith, Ids. 

206 N. Delaware. 
Y'ohn C'harles G., elk. Harrison's Bank, 

bds. 206 N. Delaware. 
Yohn James, capitalist, r. 206 N.Dela- 
ware. 
Yobn-'s Block, cor. .Meridian and Wash- 

iugtan. 



• YOR 2 

Tiorger Clemena C, buiohef. r. 3lii N. 
Notile. 

Yorger John, (V. & Bros ) r. Arsenni rd. 

Yoreer John & Uio. (J Y. ami N. Y.) 
biiti:here, 24i E. Wushinsinn. 

Yorgci- Noiz, (Y. & Bro.) r. 17 Arscnnl 
111. 

York. a S., bookkeeper, bJs r2« N. Ten- 
nessee. 

Yost J. H. T., stonemason, r 380 S. West 

Yost Thom.is, b.idge couti-actor, r. 103 
W South. 

Yotz Peter, Wiigontnaker, r. W.Indiaaap- 
olis. 

YOUART JOFN M., r^vsician, 
a'.ij W. Washihgton, r. 51)4 N. Ten- 
nessee. 

Young Annie L, (wid., Nelson R.) r. 232 
W. Michigan. 

Young Ellen, (col'd) cook, Macy House.' 
bJs. same. 

Young George, (col'd) barber, 16 S. .\Ieri 
dian, r. Ha.ne. 

Young .lesse. (cord)_ r. Tennessee N. of 

Young .lohn, ftflorney at law, 100 E 
Washington, r. cor. Chiisiian av. and 
Jackson. 

Young Julius, tailor, over 197 E. Wasli- 

YOUNG MEN'S CHBTSTtAW 
ASSOCIATION. Rev. John U 
lirai.di, Siiijeriiiienilent, rfloms. 17 
and IS Yin on's blk., and 4Ui N. 
P..nnsjlvaniu. 

Your.2 Squire, (coi'd) lab., r. -259 N. 
West. 

Young Thornton, (cold) lab., r. 228 N. 
Noble. 

Young William, carpenter, r, 68 Athon. 

Youni. Jolin, Uh., r. US Eddy. 

Youtsey William, lab, Osgood, Smith & 
Co. 

Youtsey Thomas, works Osgood, Smith 
& Co., r. 57 Eddy. 

ZARt.E CHARLES, Cabinet Makers 
Union, r. 185 Meek. 
Zahm liernhard, eoglueer, C. C. & I. C. 

K. R. 
Zamhell Andrew, fireman, C. C. & I C 

R- R., hds. cor. Meek nnd Noble. 
Zipf Edward, cabinetmaker, r I'ifi Xh.ple. 
Z.ipf John U., blacksmith, r. 20ij N. Win- 

Zapf Philip, seri^ant, Circle Restmrant. 
Zeelie Heiiiy, lab J. C- Ferguson & Co. 
Zehrliig-r {.andnlln, cabinetmaker, r. 
104 N. Davidson. 



9 ZWI 

bENhaM BRO'S. 

3G tJast Wusbinston ^t-, 
, KEEP 

THE 'V'EIi'Vi' T^EST 

VIOLIN AND GUITAR STRINGS. 



Zelli 



Henry, maitrebsiUiiker, bds Macy 



Zepf M.iihias. lab, r. 19 Meek, 
Zligelmiller G., lab., bds. 323 W. W 



h- 
in, 59 X. Ala- 
bJs. 39li N. 



Ziegelinuller Herm 

h,im ., r. 53 N. 
Ziegler l^ia-les, 1 

Al.ib I. 

ZIEGLEa GEO. H., p. tent agency, 

«? E. M.rkiM. r. 34lj N. Mendi.-ui 

Delaware. 

Zlm.ner P-ter, (Z. & N ) r. 319 S. Dela- 
ware. 

Z;iauier P. M.. salesm.n '29 W. Wash- 
ii.gio.., r. 34! W. 'WashiiiL'ioii, 

Zinimer & Neilmus (I'eier Z, and Jo*r|,|i 
L. N.) dealers in gioceries and pro- 



Zimmei nn 

Smiih 

Zimmerm. 



lie.ij , 



O.sgood, 



3oS Alabama, r. 604 E. Waslting. 

Zimmerman Harry, slater, r 130 Spring. 
Zuiiniermiii Jacob, cigarm iker, bj,-. cor. 

Zimmeiinau Jaiues li., slaleroofer, r. 424 

E. Georgia. 
Zimmerman Mary, (wid.) r. 130 N. 

Spring. 
Zogg F.nlinand, (Pfendler & Z ) bds. 326 

W. Washington. 
ZONC ADA CARI., professor of vocal 

and instrumeutal music, r. lOJ E. 

Washingion. 
Zoras .Mary, (wid. George) r, 343 S. Dela- 
ware. 
Zschech Gustavus H., asst. siipt. Eagle 

Machine Works, r. 251 S Meridian. 
Z«check Fred'ck, carpenter, r. 90 Cnicm. 
Zukun't Weekly paper, printed by Gut- 

tenbertr t'orapany. 
Znniluisch Tbendore, jeweler and waicli- 

maker, 93 E. Washington, r. 61 

V. .Mar.vl.ind. 
Zumpf E'liil, musician, r. 172 N. New 

Jersey. 
Zwig William, tailor, r. 356 S •^Xlabaoia. 



UITCiiEKS' SUUtlAG SHOP, 

no. 44 K:ast Marrland St.. 

iTsrDiAivAPOLis, iivr>. 

Shoeing for the Tarions Purposes Done 

With Neatness and Dispatch, upon 

Scientific Principles. 

KONE BUT THE BFST WORKMEN EMPLOYED. 



HECIvMAN & SHEESLEY, 
CITY 3XILLS-S, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

FLOUR AND FEED, 

854 EAST WASHINGTON ST. 



W estern Machint; vv orks. 
SINKER "&" DAVIS, 

Maiiutacturers of and Dealers in 

Portiiblv and Ntatnnar) Stciini 

I-:!'!:!!!!-!*. Me : III Boilers, 

CIKtUL K SAW Mills, 

Mill Gearing and Sheet Iron Work, 

Iron and Brass Fittings, Etc., Etc., 
125 SOUTH PENNSYLVANIA ST, 



MAGY HOUSE, 



Cor. Illinois and Market Sts., 



Indianapolis. 



A. W. MELSHEIMER, Prop. 



Meridian Street Bath Rooms, 

Cor. Meridian & Circle Sts., 
(Old Journal Building) 

HOT, COLD, 



SHOWER BATHS. 

OFEM- DAV AND NXGHT. 



CHEAP FURNITURE STORE 

JOHN H. MASTERS, 

FURNITURE CHA.R & MaTRE^SES 
Of all Grades. 

No. 141 WEST WASHINGTON ST., 

(Opposite the ^tate Housej 

lNDI.\NArOLlS, - - - INDIANA. 



NEW & SECOND-HAND STORE, 

17 Virginiii Avenue, 

vJTJST oi^e:^, 

With a general assorlmeul of 

FURNITURE, STOVES, 

Tin and Glassware. 

CASH P.\ID FOR 

All Kinds of Second-Haid Goods, 

I. IN. WINTEU. 



CUSTOM TAILORS. 

Particular Attention Paid to Cutting, 
And ALL WOKE Warranted. 

No. 11 South Meridian Street, 

(ROOM NO. 3, SECOND FLOOR,) 
lM>IANAFOt.lS, . IND. 



HUTCHINSON'S 




BUSINESS DIRECTORY, 

I^oi^. 1870, 

Embracing a Classified List of the Principal Trades, Pro- 
fessions and Pursuits in the City of Indianapolis, 
Arranged Alphabetically for Each Trade. 



ARC 



Abstract of Titles. 

Elliot- JnsppI, T.. Rpcnidpr's Office. 
MARTIN & BROWN, lU E. Wash 
iiigion, 

Agricultural Implements. 

BRADEN J., 75 W. Wnshinorton. 
CASE & PARKER. 84 W. Washing 

Lukeiis R. L., SI W. Wnshing'on. 
PHIER HENRY J., 203 E. Wash- 

SHERWOOD L. Q., 81 N. Illinois. 
St.ilz .J. George, 78 K. \\a«hingLon. 
Webb A. L,, 83 Masonic HiiU. 

Agricultural Seed Stores. 

BRADEN J , 75 W. Washington. 
Lnkcns K. L , 81 W. W.ashii.ginn. 
Stilz .J, George, 78 R. Washington. 
Webb A. L., 83 W. Wasliiugtun. 



Ale and Porter Depots. 

Baker Charles, 209 Miissaohnsetts av. 
M.'ir V. & Bros., 225 W. Washington. 
O'Connor M. J., 54 S. Illinois. 

Amusements, Places of. 

Acailemy of Music, cor. Ohio and Illinois. 
Indianapolis Skating Rink, cor. Tennes- 
see and Georgia. 
.Vlasonio Hall, se. cor. Washington and 

Metropolitan Hall, ne. cor. Washington 
and Tennessee. 

Apothecaries. 

{See Drugs and Medicines.) 

Architects. 

BOHLEN D. A., 19 Talbott & New's 

blk. 
Cuizou Joseph, 4 Blackford's blk. 



ART 222 



BAR 



MAKES A SPECIALTY OF 



Choice Green, Black & Japan Tesa. 



DAGGETT & KOTH, Vuiton's 

bite. 
ENOS & HUEBNER, rooms 1 and 

2, EJen's hlk. 
Hodgson I , i Brown's bik. 
May Edwin, 173 N. Pennsylvania. 
Teckliam C. H., 6 Blake s row. 
Taylor I., 14 N. Delaware. 
Taylor J. F., (ornamentalj 80 M ssaoliu- 

setts av. 

Artificial Limls. 

American Leg and Arm Co.. 172 E 
WiisLin-rion, Ihiywood & Roouer, 
proprieiors. 

Artists. 



Cox .Tacoh, 2". W. Washington. 
GLESSIN3 T. B., iS-S W. Nev> 

Yoik. 
r.reuzird Lo lis 4-)t Virginin av. 
Haves B. S-, 4 Talhott & New's blk. 
Hill .John B.. M N. Ah.baina. 
l.ieli T.. 4o E W shington, 
STARLIN.:^ S. S. MRS, "I E. 

Market. 



Attorneys. 

(See Ltwycrs.) 

Aaction and Commissi an Mer- 
cliJints. 



Bakeries. 

.aiRATED BREAD CO., 14 and 16 



ERHART PRANK, 112 S. llUnoia. 
Ferger Charles, 9t> E South. 
Grein John, 246 E. Washiagton. 
Gross 'Charles, 264 E, Washington. 
Hespelt .Charles & Co., 150 W. Vermont 
Hofacker Charles, 277 N. Nohle. 
Knauf Adam, 2-57 Massachusetts av, 
Kuhn William, 150 N. E.st. 
McFarlane W. K.. 12 S. .Meridiam. 
PAEROTT, NICKUM & CO., 
(steam cracker; 1 S« E. Washington. 
Rauser George, 68 S. West. 
Taggart Daniel, 134 S. M-ridian. 
Vieruickel Joseph, 285 E. Washington. 

Bands. 

HAIIN'3 BAND, office, Washington 

Hull. 
MEYER'S BAND, O.J S. Illinois. 

Banl^s and Banliers. 

CITIZENS NATIONAL, 1 1 and 13 
E Washingion 

FIRST NATIONAL, se. cor. Wash- 
ington and Me.idiao. 

FLETCHER S. A. & CO., 30 and 
32 E, Wnshiog.nn. 

HARRISON'S BANK, 15 E. Wash- 

INDJA NA BANKING CO.. 28 E. 

Wiisliinglon. 

INDIANA NATIONAL, 2 E. 
Washington. 

INDIANAPOLIS BRANCH 
BANKING CO., sw. cor. Wash- 
ington and Pennvvlvania. 



Davis & Jones, 88 E. Washington, 
Featherston Wm. E., I'M W. Washing- 

McCURDY GEORGE W., cor. 

Virginia av. and Washington. 
RotshiUi & 1^0., 97 E. Washington. 
SPELLMAN & CO., Ill S. Illinois 

and 85 E Washington. 



Awning Mannfactnrer. 

Gorham Wm. H„ (slate) 16 E, Washing- 



INDIANAPOLTS NATIDNAti, 

ne. cor. Wasliinglou and I'eiins.s Iva- 

Mansiirs, 154 E Washington. 
I MERCHANTS' NATION iL, 48 

I E. W.ishinglon. 

PETTIT, BRADEN & CO., 3 Bites 

■ House 
RITSINGRR'=!. 14 E. Washinjton. 
WOOLLEN, WEBB & CO., 31 W. 
Washington. 

Barber Shops. 

Artis Wm. H. (col'd) 193 W. Washington. 



BAT 2 

UasUei & Kted, (ool'u) 10 S. Peuns-ylva- 

Brajlioy Jolin, cor, MeriJian and Wash- 

ii.gioii. 
Fei-litii; George, se. cor. Meridian aod 

W„.|,i>,,,.on. 
GEUTIG HENRY, cor. Wrshington 

mikI IViiiK-<t!v>iri<:>. 
H..idrr, & D,„si.y, 180 W. Wash'ngtOQ. 
Hill & ('M.ier, lohl) Ii„te3 Huouse. 
J,.i.es.l.l..,. 10 S Me.idi.in. 
Jones &SienH 11, :i9 N Illinois. 
KLE N J. G,--! Merlin. Lie's blk. 
PEHKINSON GEOKGE W , 552 

S. Meiiiliiin 
Poller W. .M & .) T., ILP S. Illinois. 
Russell & Gullii-er, (cold) 25> N'. Penn- 

sylviiiiiii. 
VoDdergolion, 140 S. Illinois. 

Bath Houses. 



Beer Gardens. 

Inwulle's Garden, 367 Virginia av. 
Noble Streei Garden, 50 N. Noble. 
REIN MAN REIJNHARDT, 252 

E. IVM.hingtn,,. 
EEITZ FRANK, cor. A'abama and 

Wa.,l,ing.on, 
Schaub's Garden, 380 Virginia f.y. 



Bell Hanger . 



Isensee Albert. 28 N. Illinois. 
Kiudler ('l)aiK,<. (jO N. IVi, n.vylT;in)a. 
Keinhaidt P. J , 81 a, lliinois. 

Bell Manufacturer. 

SCHNEIDER &,CO.,2(> E Louisiana. 

Belting. 

(Rtthbtrund Lialher.) 

PISHBACK JOHN. 125 S. .Meridian 
Aloonej & Co., \il 8. .Meridian. 

Bill Posters. 

DISHON JAMES M., office Jonr- 
nal bildji. 

Billiard Halls. 

Bnlke riiarb's. 231 E. Washington. 
BOHRMAN PETER, 9 W. >yash- 
iugiou. 



BLA 

BENHAM BRO'S, 

3G East Washington St., 

STATK AQIilNTS 

INDIANAPOLIS MANUFACTURING CO.'S 
PIANOS. 



eor. Meridian anii 



BUSSEY JOHN, Naiional Hoiel. 
PAHRBACH PHILIP, WaaUiog- 

lon MmU. 
Iloefgen Emanuel. 



HUEGELK JOHN, 39 E. Wasliing- 



Rav J. H.. 274 E. Washington. 
SELKING WILLIAM, 33 N. Penn- 



McB., 179 E. 



Bird Cages. 

BALDWIN J. H. & CO., 6 E, 

Wiisiiinglon. 
MpDninserG'. & E,, 115 S^ Illinois. 
MAYER CHARLES & CO., 29 W, 

Washington. 

Blacksmiths. 

Davis G. M. (col'd) 252 Indiana av. 
Ewald Henry, 209 Massachusetts av, 
Fleitz Charles, 487 S. Meridian. 
Gates John J., 26 S. New Jersey. 
Gibson Harry, 291 Kentucky av. 
Hillman William, 377 Virginia av. 
.Moore Thomas C, se, end Virginia av. 
Haymond Siunuel, 60 E. Maryland, 
lienner Christian, 423 S. Meridian. 
Roesener Charles, ds. St. Clair bet. broad- 
way and Massachusetts av. 



Siebert Samuel M., 302 E Wn 



ngton. 



Smith John G., 36 S. Pennsylvania. 

Stirk J. P, 19 N. Alabama. 

Slumpf Joseph, Massachusetts av. cor. 

Trucks & Kay, 60 Kentucky av. 
Van Antwerp G. W., 287 E Washington, 
Vondersaar Wendell, 144 Ft. Wavne av 
Whitney J. W., 46 S. Pennsylvania. 
Wehling Charles' 2.34 S. Delaware 
Weymouth Amos, ns. National rd. west 
of the bridge. 

Blacksmiths' Tools. 

HOLLIDAY W. J. & CO., 59 S. 

Meridian. 
Maxwell, Fry & Tbarston, 34 S. Meridian, 



BLA 



224 



BOO 



THE CHINA TEA STORES 

ARE LOCATED AT 

No. 7 ODD FELLOWS HALL 

ACADEMY OF MUSIC CIHtKEK. 

SAMF G^OD=? 



Npi.iiTu, l,:ih.i Mrs 130 S. Illinois. 
NOBLE W J, 18 .nJ '20 S. Pennsly- 



24 



18^ S Illinois. 
W Ci.orjri,. 



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BRAPEN & BUHPORD, 

Wasliingtnn. 
JOURNAL BOOK BINDERY, 

(Douglass & Conner) .Mmkel ne. cor. 

Circle, .Touriiiil hldg. 
Sheets Wininm. 79 W. Wnsl.ington. 
Smiih Julius H. C, Circle se. lor. Me.i- 

rtinn, 
STATE SENTINEL BOOK 

BINDERY, R. J. Bright, sw. co.. 

Circle and Meridian. 

Bleachers and Pressers. 

CONATY J. B., 44 S. ininois. 

Malpas H. & Co, 17 Miller's hlk. 
Whiting E. M , *2tj Kentucky ut. 

Boarding Houses. 

Adams Alex , 2fi8 E. St. Cl.nr. 
Allison Mrs., .52 N Pennsylvania. 
B;.ker S. E.. 392 N Alabama. 
Barkes Sarah, 9 S. Mississippi. 
Beard Soloman, B9 W. Market. 
BESE ERNEST, ti5 S. E.isi. 
Brown D D. Mrs. .54 S. Pennsylvania. 
Biirges C. N , 98 N. East 
Conner Mary E , 73 N. Illinois. 
Daniels George T., 131 S. Illinois. 
Davis C, Mrs., 60 S. Pennsylvania, 
Doerr George, 267 E. Washington. 
Dunmeyer Sarah, 17 S Illinois. 
Egerton Charles, 179 S Meridian. 
Elder W, G., 58 S. Penusylvania. 
Emenegger M, 111 E. VV.ishington. 
Essman William 1!S3 S. Illinois. 
Fenton J^hn, 124 S. Meridian. 
Fox Ellen. 199 W. Maryland. 
Fry Mrs. '204 N. Illinois. 
Hawkins Eliza. 171 .Jackson. 
Hoyt Harriet Mrs., 84 Massachusetts av. 
King John, 35 circle. 
KOLB WILLIAM, 23 Kentucky av. 
Martin J., 33 W. Maryland. 
Mason louisa, 23 W, Georgia. 
MATTLER STEPHEN, cor. South 

and Illinois. 
Morris .Jacob, 18 ''ircle. 
Mount G A . 148 Indiana av. 
Nidigh Catherine Mrs., 416 W. Washing- 



4 N I'ennsylvania. 

3I1J N I'eni.syUania. 

J Virginia a v. 

, 60 W Market. 
UNION HALL, 135 b! Washington. 
V..ngh G.orge W.. 44 6 Ti-niiesaee. 
Walk Louis. 28 W. Gen ge. 
Whitcomh.1. Mr-.. l.',4 W Maryland. 
Wliiie Jane, 7-5 s. I'ennsvlvania. 
Wriglii H. .M., 306 W. Washington. 

Boiler Makers. 

cox THOMAS J., 24 E Georgia. 

baiiiiint & Kiiberls, cor. .\Iis^i8sippi and 

EAGLE MACHINE WORKS, 

rasi ^...d Unicin l).-pot. 
SINKER & DAVI5, Western Ma- 



Book Binders. 

JOURNAL BOOK B'NDERY, 



iigias 



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hldg 



SENTINEL BOOK BINDERY, 

(1{ J Blight ) sw. cor. Meridian and 
Circle, Sentinel hldg. 

Sheeis William, 79 W. Washington. 

Smith Julius H. C, Ciicle se, cor. Mer- 
idian. 

Steiuhauser B. A , 168 E. W.ishington. 

Book Sellers and Stationers. 

BO VEN, STEWART & CO,, 18 

W WM«hi.igl..n. 

BRADEN & BURFORD, 24 W. 

Washington. 
GEHRING CONRAD, 147 E.Wash- 

MEERILL & FIELD, 5 E Wash- 

PALMER EDWARD L. (Catholic) 

SMITH JAMES H. V., 4 E. Wash- 
ington. 
Thorn [.son Adda Mrs., 13 N. Pennsyl- 

Toild, Carmichael & Willi.ims, Glenn's 

hlk. 
WILDER C. P., 26 E. Washington. 

Boot and Sboe Manufacturers. 

{Retail Dealers.) 
Adams J. W., 53 W. Washiugton. 



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ALBERSH^^RDT H. P., 139 E. 

Washington. 

Aldag Charles, 175 E. Washington. 

AEDEN J., 65 S. Meridian. 

Bair George, 361 S, Delaware. 

Barnworth B., 48 Massachusetts av. 

Berry D. M., 199 Indiana av. 

Bond & Smith, 16.', E. Washington. 

Bristor Wm. A., 75 E. Washington. 

BRONSON & JONES, 17 W. Wash- 
ington. 

Busch Christian, 248 W, Washington. 

Christ John, 138 S. Meridian. 

Davis J. E., 239 E. Washington. 

Dugan Thomas, 136 S. Illinois. 

Dunbar M., 2 Palmer House bfe. 

DURY & HAWK, 3 E. Washington, 

Eyman J. H., ll.i, N. Illinois. 

Farran John, 191 W, Washington. 

Fisher George, 119 Ft. Wayne av. 

Friedgen C, 26 W. Washington. 

Hafner August, 127 W. Washington. 

Hanson M., 361 S. Delaware. 

Hofacker G., 16 S. Delaware. 

Holbrook P. & Co., 9 Odd Fellows Hall. 

Karle Christian, 3 E. Washington. 

KINGSBURY & CO., 47 S. Illinois. 

Matz John, 176 W. Washington. 

Maurice & Spahr, 69 N. Pennsj'lvania. 

Mick & Marshall, 13 W. Washington. 

Moorbach Peter, 301 S. Delaware, 

Norris John. 23 E. Washington. 

Peacock & McLain, 298 Blake. 

Eabh Sebastian, 9 N. Illinois. 

REID, COUNCIL & CO., 25 W. 
Washington. 

Eehling William, 257 S. Delaware. 

Kesener C. F., E, St. Clair. 

Resener Henry, 370 Virginia av. 

Rheinschild John, 395 N. New Jersey. 

Robinus Frank, 223 W. Washington. 

Rose J. N., 90 E. Market. 

Schildmeyer A., 313 E. Washington. 

Schomberg Wm., 218 E. Washington. 

SENOUR J. & CO., W. Washing- 
ton. 

Schafer John, cor. Canal and Indiana 

Sherer Adara, 34 N. Illinois. 
Shopp George, 121 S. Illinois. 
Siersdorfer L„ 41 E. Washington. 
SPRENGriEL & CO., 122 S. Hli- 

nois. 
Stein Joseph, 406 S. Meridian. 
Teneyck J., 340 W. Washington. 
Vanstan John, 10 Virginia av. 
Vielhaber D., 204 E. Washington. 
Waller B., 151 Indiana av. 
Walter William, 37 W. Washington. 
Wands John, 28 S. Delaware. 
Wasson W. P., 175 S. Tennessee. 
Wells T. L., 67 N. Illinois. 
Whele Lucas, 235 E. Washington. 
Whitney William, 55 S. Illinois. 



BENHAM BRO'S, 

86 East Washington St., 

AGENTS FOB THE 

BURDETT ORGAN. 



Boots and Shoes. 

( Wholesale.) 

BRONSON & JONES, 17 W, Wash- 
ington. 
BURTON J. C. & CO., 114 S. Meri- 

HENDRICKS, EDMUNDS & 

CO., 79 S. Meridian. 
KINGSBURY & CO., 47 S Hlinois. 
MAYHEW, WARNE & CO., 8 W. 

Louisiana. 
MAYHEW & BRANHAM, 129 S. 

Meridian 
REID, COUNCIL & CO., 25 AV. 

Washington. 
VINNEDGE, JONES & CO., 66 

S. Meridian. 

Bowling Alleys. 

KLARE & SCHRAEDER, 588 S. 

Meridian. 

SINGLE ABDEN, 176 E. Washing- 
ton. 

Schaub Henry ir., 334 Virginia av. 

Wreidt C, 34 W. Georgia. 

Box Manufacturers. 

PF-ffi!NDLEB & ZOGG, cor. Loui- 
siana and Mississippi. 

Wheatley Henry H., cor. Sputh and Del- 
aware. 

Brass Founders. 

Davis J. W., 110 S. Delaware. 

EAGLE BRASS WORKS, 94 S. 
Delaware, Stierle & Loeper, propr's. 

Johnson E. & Co., 108 S. Delaware. 

PHCENIX BELL AND BRASS 
WORKS, Schneider & Co., propri- 
etors, 2ti E. Louisiana. 

Brewers. 

Harting Bros., 7 Norwood. 

LEIBER PETER & CO., 213 S. 

Pennsylvania. 
Maus Casper, W. end New York. 



BRI 2i 

H. H. LEE 

. Teas, Coffees, Sugars & Spices 

■ DIRECT FROM fHE 

Importers and Refineries, 



HIS CUSTOMERS TWO OR THREE PROFITS. 



MEIKEL JOHN P., 297 W. Wash- 

SCHMIDT C. F., S. end Alabama. • 
SPONSEL & BALZ, Madison rd. 
WRIGHT FBANK, W. end New 

York. 

Bricklayers and Contractors. 

Cruse John P., 5-50 E. Washington. 
Fiscus T. W., 280 E. St. Clair. 
Lucky George, 75 E. Washington. 
Martin John, 133 N. Pennsylvania. 
Theodore Thomas, 285 N. East. 
Wallace & Gray, 219 N. Davidson. 
Whitsitt Court E., aw, cor. WashiEglon 
and Meridian. 



Brokers. 

{Merchandise.) 
Jones & Hasaelman, 30 S. Meridian. 

Brokers. 

(Note, Stock and Bond.) 

GOODWIN T. A., 79 E. Market. 
MARTIN LUTHER R., 10 E. 

W;,shington. 
MICK, GEYER & CO., 16J E. 

Washington. 
WOOD & HOSS, Wiley's blk. 

Brush Mannfactorers. 

.''ohmedel & Fricker, 300 Morris. 
Wallace Kicholas, 17 N. Noble. 

Butchers. 

{See Meat Market.) 

Cabinet Makers. 

See Furniture Manufacturers.) 

Cancer Physicians. 

Howard E., 92 S. Illinois, 
twauk M., 76 N. PenDsylvania. 



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Candy Makers. 

{See Confectioners.) 

Carpenters anfl Builders. 

Altland S. F., 176 E. Court. 

Berry & Flathers, 36 S. Pennsylvania. 

BLACK G. H., ?68 E. New York. 

Boefieker & Nieman, 418 E. North. 

BEIGGS & BEOS., 98 In.liana av. 

BUILDERS' AND MANUFAC- 
TURERS' ASSOCIATION, 
225 N. Delaware, 

Cosly R. M., 317 Massachusetts av. 

FATOUT J. L. & M. K., nr. Lafay- 
ette depot. 

Fenry J. E., 318 E. North, 

GILKEY & JONES, 48 Kentucky 

LANG & BLACK, 61 W. Pratt. 

Lowe N. H. & Son, 30 S. New Jersey. ' 
Many John B. & Son, 120 Spring. 
Monroe & Johnson, 40 W. Market. 
Morse T. J., West, nr. New York. 
Rafert A. F., 75 E. Walnut. 
Rickard Thomas, 127 E. Maryland. 
Rouiipr Peter, cor. CeJar and Hosbrook. 
SHOVER & CHRISTIAN, 124 E. 

Vermont. 
VINCENT WILLIAM H.. 178 N. 

Davidson. 

Carpets, Oil Cloth, Etc. 

{ Wholesale and Retail.) 

Gall & Rush, 101 E. Washington. 
HUME, ADAMS & CO., 26 aod 28 

W. Washington. 
ROLL WILLIAM H., 38 S. Illi- 



Carriage Manufacturers. 

DREW SAMUEL W., E. Market 

Square. 
LOWE GEORGE & CO., 26 and 

28 S Tennessee. 
LUTHER ROBERT D., 224 E. 

Washington. 
MILLER GEORGE, cor. Kentucky 

SHAW, LIPPINCOTT & CON- 
NER, 26, 128 and 30 E. Georgia. 

SMITH FULLER, proprietor Citi- 
zens' Carriage Shop, cor. Liberty and 
Washington. 

Van Blaricum J., 231 W. Washington. 

Carriage Materials. 

Osgood, Smith & Co., 230 S. Illinois. 
SHARE GEORGE K. & CO., 40 

S. Meridian. 



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Castings. 

{See Founders.) 

Chair Manufacturers. 

Jacksou, Rider & Co., cor. New York 

and Canal. 
Schilling & Bros., 134 E. McCarty. 
pPROUIiE, CONKLIN & LEE, 

cor. New York and Canal. 

China, Glass and Qneensware. 

( Wholesale and Retail.) 

Coulon Clias & Co., 168 . E. Washington. 

HOLLWEG & REESE, 92 and 94 
S. .Meridian. 

SCHRADER CHRISTIAN, 94 E. 
WasliinfTlon. 

SCOTT, WEST & CO., 127 S. Meri- 
dian. 

WEST, MORRIS & GORRELL, 
37 S. Meridian. 

WOODBRIDGE JOHN,36 S. Meri- 
dian. 

WOODBRIDGE JOHN & CO., 12 
W. Washington. 

China Tea Stores. 

IiEE H. K., Academy of Music Cor- 
ner and No. 7 Odd Fellows Hall. 

Cigars and Tobacco Manufac- 
turers, 

(Retail Dealers.) 

Back & Wenken, 209 E. Washington. 
Campbell .lohn, 11 N. Illinois. 
HUNT CHAS. C, til E. Washing 

Koster C. J. M., 14 Indiana av. 
KRETSCH PETER, 141 S, Illinois 
McGau,!. A., llj N. lUincis. 
Mayer Malhias. 95 S. Illinois, 
MAYER & BROS., 39 W. Washing 

MenfrisF., 182 S. Delaware. 
MEYER CHARLES P., 11 N. Penn 

MEYER GEO. F. & CO., 35 W 

Wasl.inglon. 
Meyer Jacob, cor. Maryland and Illinois, 
Oliver Chas,, 288 W. Washington. 
RASCHIG C. M., 11 E. Washington 
Keinken Henry, 26ii E. Washington. 
Reynolds N, W., 244J E. Washington. 
Rosewinkel Geo., 183 Massachusetts i 
Schmidt R. & Son, SOS E. Washington, 
Schulz Henry, 36 Virginia av. 
Selking William, 33 N. Pennsylvania. 
Sharpe Andrew W., 28 N. Pennsj'Ivania. | 



BENHAM BRO'S, 

36 East Wasliing^ton St.,! 

PIANOS, ORGANS, MUSIC. 

Best Goods! Lowest Prices! 



SOLOMON & GARRATT, 42 W. 

Washington. 
Speckman Henry, 108 S. Illinois. 
Uhl & Durham, 21 S Meridian. 
WILSON J. T., 3 Spencer House. 

Cigars and TqJ&accos. 

( Wholesale.) 

GREEN J. C. & CO., 381 S. Meri- 
dian. 

HUNT C. C, 61 E. Washington. 

Lines J. W , & Co., 4 Vv'. Louisiana. 

MAYER & BROS., 39 W. Washing- 
ton. 

MEYER G. P. & CO., 35 W. Wash- 
ington. 

Oliver Charles, 288 W. Washington. 

RASCHIG C. M., 11 E. Washington, 

Sharpe A. W., 28 N. Pennsylvania. 

SOLOMON & GARRATT, 42 W 
Washington, 

Wallace W. P., 28 W, Louisiana. 

Claim Agents. 

BLAKE JOHN W., 45 E. Washlng- 

Hamlin & Wright, 62 E. Washington. 
WITT B P. & CO., 8W. cor. Meridian 
and Washington. 

Clocks and Mirrors. 

Dauraont H. & Co., 15 W. Washington. 

Clothing. 

(Retail.) 

GCEPPER P. & CO., 17 E. Washing. 

GRAMLING J. & P., 35 E. Wash- 

ington. 
GREISHEIMER M., 1 W. Wash- 

ington. 
Kahn L., 24 W. Louisiana. 
KAHN & KAUPMAN, 71 and 183 

S. Illinois, 
Mitchell .J,, 2 Bates House hlk. 
MOSSLER L. I. & BROS., 37 E. 

Washington. 
Rauh Brothers, 1 Palmer House. 



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WHOLESALE PEICES FOE 

TEAS, COFFEES & SUGARS, 
ARE THE SAME EACH DAY 

As are quoted in the 
CINCINNATI DAILY PAPKRS. 

Eeinheimer N., Palmer House. 
Eothschild Henry 125 W. Washington. 
Segar Levy, 227 E. Washington. 

Clothing. 

( Wholesale.) 

DessFir Bros. & Co., 60 S. Meridian. 
HA.YS, ROSENTHAL & CO., 64 

8. Meridian. 
MOSSLER L. I. & BROS., 37 E. 

Washington. 

Coal and Coke Dealers. 

Eigelow Mining Company, office, cor. 

Tennessee and Smith. 
Burk John 23 Virginia av. 
BUTSCH, DIXON & DELL, 27 

E. Georgia. 
Davis Benjamin & Co., 108 S. West. 
ELDER JOHN R., 21 S. Pennsyl- 

Faukner & Connelly, 24 E. Georgia. 
Francis & Co., cor. Market and Canal. 
INGLE MARK W., 36 E. Market. 
JlcDonougb D. B., 144 S. Alabama. 
Rolling Mill Coal Company, office, cor. 

South and Tennessee. 
ROSS J. H., 24 E. Pearl. 
Turner W. H. & Co., 19 Circle. 



Coffee and Spice Mills. 

JUDSON, MAGUIRE & CO.. 31 

E. Maryland. 

Collar JIakers. 

{Horse.) 

Kaufman A. S., 76 S. Delaware. 
Schwegel Daniel, 261 S. Pennsylvania. 

Collecting Agents. 

BLAKE JOHN W., 45 E. Washing- 
ton, ^ 

GOODWIN T A., 78 E. Market. 

KICHOL JOSEPH W., 16 J E. 
Washington. 



Commercial Colleges. 

KOERNER C. & CO., 5 iEtna bldg. 
Bryant, Stratton & Co., se. cor, Washing- 
ton and Meridian. 

Commission Merchants. 

Barnes & Williams, 26 N. Illinois, 

BUDD & HINSLEY, 18 W. Pearl. 

CALDWELL & FRANCIS, 61 S. 
Illinois. 

Elliot & Berry, 21 Circle. 

Gallup W. P. & E. P., 43 N. Tennessee. 

GLAZIER CHARLES, 146 S. Penn- 
sylvania. 

HOLMAN G. G., 6 Bates House blk, 

LESH, TOUSEY & CO., 72 and 74 
S. Delaware. 

NOEL & SON, 86 Virginia av. 

Osterman John & Co., 86 W. Washing- 
ton. 

Porter Omer T., 61 S. Meridian. 

Rush Fred. P., 99 S. Delaware. 

VanCamp & Jackson, 69 W. Washington. 

Wallace Andrew, 52 S. Delaware. 

Commissioner of Deeds. 

MARTIN LUTHER R., 10 E. 

Washington. 

Confectioners and Fruit Stores 

Baldwin J. L., .56 N. Illinois. 

Balls A., 178 S. Illinois. 

BAUER JACOB, 147 W. Washing- 
ton. 

BECKER BROS., 17 N. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

„„.iman F., 107 E. Washington. 

CAEVERT CHAS. 143 W. Washing- 
ton. 

---:er C. C, 59 N Illinois. 

Castelle Elizabeth, 10-3 Massachusetts av. 

Conti A., cor. Washington and Illinois, 

Coster Mary, 22 N. Delaware. 

ERHART FRANK, 112 S, Illinois. 

.Martin C. .Mrs., 80 E. Washington. 

Parrisette Joseph, 25 N, Illinois. • 

SMITH R. L., 40 W. Washington. 

Stephens T. D., 164 Indiana .av, 

Townsend A. G Mrs., 321 E. Market. 

Weinberger & Co., 10 W. Louisiana. 

Wildrick W. E., 317 Virginia av. 



Confectioners. 

( Wholesale.) 
BECKER P. P. & BROS., 17 N. 
Pennsylvania. 



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DAGGETT & CO., 26 S. Meridian 
SMITH R. L. 40 W. Washiugton , 

Coopers. 

Bairtl Wm., west end Maryland. 
Burton Daniel, west end New York. 
MAY ANDREW, 102 S. Ei.st. 
McNeely E., 3U4 W. Washington. 
Schwomejer H,, 308 N, Noble. 
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Copper Dealers. 

COTTRELL THOMAS, 177 E 

Washington. 

Coppersinitlss. 

Johnson E. & Co., 108 S. Delaware. 
LANGENSKAMP Wm., 96 S. 
Delaware. 

Cotton Factories. 

Indianapolis Cotton Factory, west end 
Washington, north of bridge, R. f. 
Duncan, sup't. 

Cntlery. 

{See Hardware.) 

Dental Depot. 

Strong & Smith, 48 N. Pennsylvania. 

Dentists. 

Burgess C C, 1 Odd Fellows' Hall. 
Heiskel W. L., Martindale's bik. 
Hunt P. G C.,76i E. Market. 
Johnston J. F,, 111 W. .Maryland 
Kilgore J. D., 70 N.Illinois. 
Munhall L W,, 35.; E. .Market. 
Nichols T. Al., 2.3 W. Washington. 
Pursell A. E., Martindale's blk 
WELLS & SULLIVAN, 15 E 

Washington. 
WELLS MERRITT, 2 Yohn's blk. 
Woodbury W. T., 3'.)\ W. Washington. 

Dress Trimmings. 

ALLEN NANA M. MRS., 36.^ E 
Washington. 

Fairbank & Co., 22 W. Washington 

HAERLE WILLIAM, 4 W. Wash- 
ington. 

SPADES H. M., 20 E. Washington 

Walker Mary W. 40 S. Illinois. 



BENHAM BRO'S, 

36 East WasliiiigrtonSt., 

PUBLISHEES OP 

BENHAM'S MUSICAL REVIEW, 

MONTHLY, $1 00 PES ANNUM. 



Dress and Cloak Makers. 

ALLEN NANA M. MRS., 36* E. 



Washington. 
Barker Kate, V.) Massachusetts av. 
Bissell J. W. Mrs., 24 S. West. 
Daugherly E. Miss, 12 Martindale's blk. 
Dorland Mrs., 9 E. New York. 
Grannis Mary Mrs., 76 Massachusetts av 
HOLLIDAY E. J. MRS., 46 S, Illi- 

JORDAN ELLA MISS, 186i W. 

Washington, 
Jarrell F. E. Miss, 36 N. Illinois. 
Smith Lizzie D., 40 S. Illinois. 
Newton M. S. Mrs., 110 S. Illinois. 

Druggists. 

( Wholemle.) 

BROWNING & SLOAN, 7 and 9 

IS. Washington. 
Haskit, Morris & Co., 14 W. Washington 
Kiefer & Vinton, 68 S. .Meridian, 
PATTERSON, MOORE & TAL- 

BOTT, 123 S. Meridian. 
Stewart & Morgan, 40 E. Wahington. 

Druggists. 

{lietail.) 

BROWNING & SLOAN, 7 and 9 

E. Washington. 
Bryan F. A., cor. Massachusetts av. and 

Vermont. 
BRYAN JAMES W., cor. Louisiana 

and Illinois, 
Butterfield W. W., 521 N. Illinois 
CAMPBELL & GREEN. 149 W 

'"--'^igton, 

_., „.s W., 343 E. Washington, 

ERDLEMEYER PRANK, 91 E. 

Washington. 
FRAUER I. C, 240 E. Washino-ton 
Hannaman & Co., 100 E, Washington 
HASKIT, MORRIS & CO., 14W. 

Washington. 
Hay Campbell, 48 W. Washington 
LEE H. H., 18 and 20 Bates House. 
LOWRY WILEY M., 65 Massachu- 



' DRY 2i 

H. H. LEE 

HAS BUT 

ONE PRICE, SELLS FOR CASH, 

And Guarantees all Goods 

Sold at the China Tea Stores, 

To be as Represented. 



MARTIN EMILE, cor. Meridian 

and McCarty. 
METZNER ADOLPH, 127 E. 

Washington. 
Miller E. F.. 49 S. Illinois. 
MOODY BROS., cor. Tennessee and 

New York. 
Mueller S. H., 187 E. Washington. 
Sane Charles, 172 W. WashingtoQ. 
Snider W. H., cor. Virginia ay. and 

South. 
STEWART & MORGAN, 40 E. 

Washington. 
Swincf & Dennis, 4 Martindale's blk. 
TOMLINSON & COX, IS E. Wash 

WALLACE W. W., 441 N.Illinois 
WILES & REYNOLDS, Vinton's 

! S. Mer 



blk. 



) ENG 

Syrup H., 199 Massachiisetts av. 

TRAVER GEORGE M., nw. cor. 
Washington and Meridian. 

TUCKER & SMITH, 9 N. Penn- 
sylvania. 

Dry Goods. 

l( Wholesale.) 

BYRAM, CORNELICJS.& CO., 

104 S. Meri.iian. 
HIBBEN. TARKINGTON & 

CO., 112 S. Meridian. 
Landers, Conduitt & Co., 9-5 S. Meridian. 
MURPHY, JOHNSTON & CO., 

se. cor, iMeridian and Maryland. 
PETTIS, DICKSON & CO., 



Glen 



iblk. 



; CO., 2(5 



28 W. 



wi;jEY m. w. & CO., 

idiau. 

Dry Goods. 

[ImpoTters.) 

OULLINY PATRICK M., 72 W. 

Washington. 

Dry Goods. 

(Retail.) 

Adams F. J. & R. F., 180 E. Washington. 
Close W. H., 10 E. Washington. 
OULLINY P. M., 72 W. Washing- 

Deitoh Felix, 162 W, Washington. 
Eccles Wm. 22 W. Washington. 
Fairbanks & Co., 22 W. Washington. 
GORDON & HESS, 3 Odd Fellorws 

Hall. 
Kahn S. & Bros., 45 E. Washington. 
Kahn S. & Bros., 174 E. Washioglon. 
Linter C. H., 184 Indiana av. 
Meir, Lewis & Co., lol Ft. Wayne av. 
PETTIS, DICKSON & CO., 

Glenn's blk. 
Prange C. & Co., :H18 E. Washington. 
Rice C, 164 W. Washington. 
Robertson Bros., 90 E Washington. 
Sailors James L., lo'i W. Washington. 
SMITH N. R. & CO., 26 and 28 W, 

Washington. 
SPADES H. M., 20 E, Washington. 



Dye Works. 

Smith J. B., 3 Martindale's blk. 

Dyers and Scourers. 

Bouchett S. Mrs., 42 Kentucky av. 

Friedgen C. H., 41 N. Illinois. 

Heaft August, 6.5 N. Illinois. 

PROSSER JOHN, cor. Market and 

lUinpis. 
; Skinner & Bradock. 62 S. Illinois. 
I Smith John B., 3 Martindale's blk. 

I Eating Houses. 

1 {See also BestaaranU.) 

Andrew John B., 32 W. Louisiana. 
Back John, 30 W, Louisiana. 
Harper James, 34 W. Louisiana. 
Keppel Martin, 36 W. Louisiana. 

Edge Tool Manufacturer. 

Kellogg Newton, 411 W. Washington. 

Embroidering and Stamping. 

Luders Misses, 74} E. Market. 
Strider T. P., 46 S. Illinois. 

Engine Builders. 

Chandler & Taylor, 270 Vj . Washington. 
EAGLE MACHINE WORKS. 

Louisiana, cor. Meridian. 
GBEENLEAF & CO. 325 S. Ten- 



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WESTERN MACHINE W'KS. 

Sinker & Davis, proprietors, cor. 
Pennsylvania and Union Railroad. 

EngraTcrs. 

( Wood and Metal.) 

BINGHAM W. P., 50 E. Washington. 
CHANDLER H. C. & CO., cor. 

Meridian and Pearl. 
Perrine T. B., 24 Virginia av. 

Engravings. 

(Sted.) 

TRACY M. O. & CO., 7 Martin- 
dale's blk. 

Express Companies. 

ADAMS EXPRESS CO. .T. H. 

Ohr, Agent, office in new Sentinel 
bldg. 
American .Merchants' Union Express Co., 
J. Butterfield, Agent, 42 and 44 E. 
Washington. 

Fancy Goods. 

(Retail.) 

BALDWIN J. H., « E. Washington. 
Heninger G. A E., 11.3 S. Illinois. 
MAYER CHARLES & CO., 29 W. 
Washington. 

Fancy Goods. 

( Wholesale.) 

BALDWIN J. H. & CO., 6 E. Wash- 
ington. 
MAYER CHARLES & CO., 29 W. 

Washington. 

Fast Freiglit lines. 

Empire Line, J. A, Murray, agent. 96 

Virginia nv. 
ERiE TRANSP'TN CO., W. B.Wil- 
liams, agent, 80 and 82 Virginia av. 
Great Western Despatch, T. A. Lewis, 

superintendent, 82 Virsrinia av. 
MERCHANTS' DESPATCH, S. 

T. Scott, agent, 19 Virginia av. 
PEOPLE'S DESPATCH, S. T. 

Scott, agent, 19 Virginia av. 
STAR UNION LINE, S. F. Gray, 

agent, 8.5 Virginia av. 
WHITE LINE CO., Alabama, cor. 

Kailroad. 



BENHAM BRO'S, 

36 East Wasbin^ton St., 

SHEET imtrSIC, VIOLIN'S, 

GUITARS, STRINGS, &c. 



, Feathers. 

Sherman & Comingore, 21 W. Maryland. 

Ferreotypes. 

Hall Alfred, 16^ E. Washington. 

Files and Rasps. 

Drotz & Stienhauer, 136 S. Pennsylvania. 

Fish Marliets. 

Sowders & Jacohy, 26 W. Pearl. 

Todd Samuel, 107 S. Illinois. 

Van Benthusian J. H., 149 Virginia av. 

Fishing Taclcle. 

BALDWIN J. H. & CO., 6 E. 

Washinstnn, 
BALLWEG AMBROSE, 129 W. 

Wasliington. 
BECK SAMUEL, 62 E. Washington. 
MAYER CHARLES & CO., 29 

W. Washington. 

Florist. 

(See Nurserymen.) 

Flour and Feed. 

Altman H. & Co,, cor. Ray and Meridian. 
Bell & Webb, 78 Massachusetts av. 
Bouker & Co., 46 Virginia av. 
Caldwell H. W., 149 Indiana av. 
Caylor & Co., 185 Indiana av. 
COOK& WEIGMAN.253 E. Wash- 
ington. 
Dehene A Bros., 300 E. Washington. 
Pahrion George, 90 E. South. 
GLAZIER CHARLES, 146S.Penn- 



GOTH, BROWN & CO., 



N 



rk. 



Hoffmeister N., 150 N. Noble. 
Langenberg H. H. & Co., 244 W. Wash- 

ington. 
McFarland R., 155 W. Washington. 
Osterman John & Co., 86 W. Washington. 



FLO ~ 2i 

THE CHINA TEA STORES 

Are very handsomely decorated with 
Accurate Vie-ws and Scenes 

OF 

CHINESE LIFE AND SCENEKT, 

Call and see them before leaving the City. 



EOBISON ANTHONY W., 201 

Indiana av. 
Eush Fred. P., 99 S. Delaware 
STOLTE & COOK, ^53 E, Wash- 

Stolte & May, 365 S. Delaware. 
WEBB A. Ii., 83 W. Washington. 

Flouring; Mills. 

Carlisle Henry, 200 W. Alaryland. 
Carliele John, 200 W. Market. 
Geisendorff & Co., west end Washington. 
HECKMAN & SHEESLEYrSol 

K. Washington. 
Orme C. & Bros,, S. Meridian out city 

limits. 
EESENER & BROS., Cumberland, 

bet. Delaware and Alabama. 
Skillen James, 354 W. Washington. 
SOHL, GIBSON & CO., 352 W. 

Washington. 

Foundries and Machine Sliops. 

Chandler & Taylor, 370 W. Washington. 

EAGLE MACHINE WORKS, 
east end Union Depot. 

GREENLEAP & CO., 319 S. Ten- 
nessee. 

Hetherington B. F. & Co., 244 S. Penn- 
sylvania. 

Russe"ll David, cor. Benton and Market. 

UNION NOVELTY WORKS. 
cor. Canal and St. Clair. 

VATER & KING, cor. Canal and 
Georgia, 

WESTERN MACHINE W'KS, 
125 S. Pennsylvania, 

Fruit House. 

VanCamp & Jackson, 69 W. Washington. 

Furniture. 

(Beaters.) 

BAKER N. S., V8, E. Washington. 
Burk, Earnshaw & Co., 67 W. Wasington. 
CABINET MAKERS' UNION, 

426 to 450 E. Market. 
DOHN PHILIP, 246 S. Meridian. 
GEBHARD AUGUST, 117 E. 

Washington. 



2 GEN 

Helweg Charles, 115 E. Washington. 
Joze N., 8 S. Pennsylvania. 
MASTERS JOHN H., 141 W. Wash- 

ington. 
MITCHELL, RAMMELSBERG 

& CO., 38 E. Washington. 
SPETGEL, THOMS & CO., 71 and 

73 W. Washington. 
Marott John, 87 E. Washington. 
Western Furniture Co., 105 E. Washing. 

Furniture. 

(Manu/aclurers.) 

Burk, Earnshaw & Co.. 67 W. Washington. 
CABINET MAKERS' UNION, 



450 



Ma 



DOHN PHILIP, 246 S. Meridian; 
Jackson, Rider & Co., cor. New York and 

Canal. 
MITCHRLL, RAMMELSBERG 

.,& CQ., 3S E. WMsliiugion. 
Ott John, terminus ['acola. 
SPEIGEL, THOMS & CO., 71 and 

73 W. Washington. 
Western Furniture Co., 105 E. Washing- 



Furs. 

(Dealers.) 
BAMBERGER H., 16 E. Washing- 
DAVIS ISAAC & CO., 12 E. Wash- 



Gregory Denis, 



Illinois. 



Furs. 

(Manufacturers and Dealers.) 
Lelewer D. & Bros., 56 S. Meridian. 

Gas and Steam Fitters. 

(See also Plumbers.) 

Amos & Co., 21 Massachusetts av, 
Davis Joseph W., 110 S. Delaware. 
HANNING JOHN G., 82 W. Wash- 
ington. 
Karney John. 78 Virjinia av. 
NEAB CONRAD, 70 iN. Illinois. 

Gents' Furnishing Goods. 

GRIESHEIMER M., 1 W. Wash- 

PARKER R. R., 30 W. Washington. 
SMITH & POSTER, 22 E. Washing- 



GLU 
Glue Manufacturers. 



Goas & Co., Michigan rd., oppoisite ( 
Mortoa. 



Grocers. 

( Wholesale.) 

ALPORD, TALBOTT & CO., 123 

S. Meridi^u. 
CROSSLAND. HANNA fe CO.. 

9W. cor. Meridian and Maryland. 
FOSTER, WIGGINS & CO., 68 

and 70 S. Delaware. 
HOLLAND, OSTERMEYER & 

CO., -n and 29 E. Maryland. 
ROBERTSON J. E. & CO., 74 and 

7<i S. Meridian. 
SEVERIN, SCHNULL & CO., 55 

and 57 S. Meridian. 
Wallace Andrew, 52 and 54 S. Delaware. 
Wiles Bros & Co., 149 S. Meridian. 

Grocers and Produce Dealers. 

Ad.amg John H., 198 W. South. 
Aff^nger S. .T., 199 Indiana av. 
ALTMAN H. & CO., cor. Ray and 

Meridian, 
Baker & Snrbev, 199 Virginia av. 
Basdoefer George, 546 E. Washington. 
Bass & Henderson. 143 N. Delaware. 
Baxter & Davis, 250 W. Washington. 
Berg & Waterman, 193 S. Tennessee. 
Blat"z Catherine, 440 S. Illinois. 
Boochter George 52 S. California. 
Boihwell H., 530 N. Mississippi. 
Bretz Adam, 44 W. Louisiana. 
Brinlier August, 174 W. New York. 
Brown A,, 387 S. Delaware, 
BROWM P. M.. 59 W. Washington. 
Brown Johii G., 300 N, New Jersey. 
Brown John J., 202 E. Washington. 
Brunner John, 684 N, Mississippi. 
Cady ci Hendricks, 523 N. Illinois. 
CALDWELL H. W., 149 Indiana av. 
CARR THOMAS, 276 S. Missouri. 
CLEM AARON, cor. Delaware and 

Massachusetts av. 
Cohle 0. & G.. 1.V2 W. Washington. 
COMER STEPHEN, 668 N. Tennes- 

spe. 
Cook W, & Co., 249 E. Washington. 
COORS AUG. F., 151 W. Washing- 
CORBALY & COSSELL, 414 W. 

Washington. 
Culver E., 240 Indiana av. 
Cussick Joseph, 75 S. West. 
Deppel L., 557 Virginia av. 
Dielz J. & L , cor. Alabama and Ft.Wayne 

av. 

27 



233 GRO 

BENHAM BRO'S, 

36 East nrastainstou St., 

AGENTS FOE THE 

BURDETT ORGAN. 



Donnelly Francis, 347 S. Delaware, 

Draper J. H., 213 K. Washington. 

DUNN & WIGGINS, cor. Indiana 
av. and New York. 

Eagle John H., cor. Delaware and Ft. 
Wayne av. 

Farmer A. B., 251 N. Illinois, 

Folken iM., 674 N. Mississippi. 

FRICK JOHN, cor. Massachusetts av. 
and St. Clair. 

GAHM JOHN, 196 Indiana av. 

George Robert, 184 W. Washington. 

Gimbel M., 329 S. East. 

Goe H. M., 352 W. New York. 

Gold Adam, 405 W. Washington. 

GOTH, BROWN & CO., 48.) N. 
New Jersey. 

HAGERHORST C. F. & CO., 223 
W. Ohio. 

Haneman J. & T., 135 Massachusetts av. 

HARLAN GEORGE W., cor. Mas- 
sachusetts av. and New Jersey. 

Harraoming C, 283 S. Delaware. 

Hanley John, 340 Virginia av. 

Healey Patrick, 225 S. Tennessee. 

Hilgemeir C, cor. Delaware and -McCarty. 

Hill James, 314 W. New Y'ork. 

Hoffman Pliilip, eor. Sixth and Tennessee, 

Hoffmeister Nicholas, 1.50 N. Noble. 

Hoover D., 149 Blake. 

HORN HENRY J., 174 W. Washing- 
ton. 

Huff J. T , 298 N. Pennsylvania. 

Hutchins E. S., 407 N. Alabama. 

Jasper F. W., 333 Virginia av. 

Johnson H. A., 339 N. New Jersey. 

Johnson R. J. & Co.. 399 N. Illinois, 

JONES & PICKERILL, cor. Cherry 
and Broadway. 

Jordan John, 158 W. Washington. 

Kalb F, 310 N. Winston. 

Kassler Fred., cor. Plum and M.isaachu- 
selts av. 

Kensil George, cor. West and McCarty. 

KETTENBACH, NEWMEYE.R 
& CO., 273 Massachusetts av. 

Kevere John H., 525 N. Mississippi. 

Koch H. H., 192 S. Noble. 

Koelil Peter, 188 S. Illinois. 

Kotlie Wm., 130 N. Davidson. , 

KRUG G. C. & CO. 295 E. Georgia. 

Kuhlman E , 1 Buchanan. 

Langenberg II. H. & Co., 244 W. Wash- 



Lawless &. Cur 



138 S. Noble. 



GRO 



234 



GUN 



M. M. LEE, 

Dealer in 

Teas, Coffees, Sugars & Spices, 

No, 7 ODD FELLOWS HALL 

AND 
ACADEniV OF miTSiC CORNER. 

Lawrence A. V., 173 W. Washington. 

Lawyer & Hall, 49 S. New Jersey. 

Lehr Philip, cor. Noble and Massachu- 
setts av. 

Lemon D. H., 188 W. Washington. 

LINDERMAN FRANK, 206 E. 
Washington. 

Linter A. H., 182 Indiana av. 

Lccneauer C , 380 Virginia av. 

MAJOR STEPHEN T., 342 E. 
Washington. 

Mann James B., 283 Virginia av. 



Many John, cor. Noble and Vi 



rginia av. 



Mardyck James Y., 399 E. Georgia, 

Marshall & Sons, cor. Cherry and Broad- 
way. 

Morgemech V., 21 Chatham. 

MUELLER EDWARD, 141 E. 
Wiishinglon. 

Morrison J. B., cor. New Jersey and Vir- 
ginia av. 

Murphy Timolhv, 396 W. North, 

MUSSMANW. &D.544 S. Meridian. 

Naughton Patrick, 201 E. Washington. 

Newcomb W. C, 302 N. Illinois. 

Ostermeyer C. F., 350 E. Ohio. 

Patterson J. & Co., 45 Virginia av. 

Pfailing Theodore, cor. Mississippi and 
Termont. 

Pnchler Louis, cor. Ray and Meridian. 

PRANGE & CO., 318 E. Washington. 

Quaintance Daniel, 68 Virginia av. 

RAU & BOMBARGER,4G Indiana 

Reasuer & Schildmeyer, 593 E. Washing- 
Redmond Thomas, 246 W, Washington. 
Keese Henry, 113 W. Washington, 
lleider E. C, 298 E. Washington. 
Rextoch Edward, 172 S. Illinois. 
Rentsch Herman, 141 E. Washington. 
Riohter Wm., 416 Virginia av. 
Richter & Sohrosluck, cor. Illinois and 

Russell. 
Kipley & Gates, 47 N. Illinois. 
Rodewald Henry, 441 Virginia av. 
Ropka Helen Mrs., cor. McCarty and 

Pennsylvania. 
RosebrockF. W , 178 Virginia av. 
Rupn John, 201 Kentucky av. 
Sagehorn Jacob, 122 E. Washington. 
Sahra R., 142 Ft. Wayne av. 
Santo Ed., cor. Indiana av. and North. 
SCHETTER CHRISTIAN, 99 E. 

South. 



Schlathaner Adam, 248 N. Liberty. 

Schrader Christian, 389 Virginia av. 

Schrader & Harting, 299 S. Delaware. 

Schceder Christian, 401 Virginia av. 

Shroer H. H., 260 S. Alabama. 

SCHURICH FRED., W. Indianapo- 
lis. 

SCHUTTER CHRISTIAN, 239 S. 
Meridian. 

Schwear & Spear, 576 E, Wanhington. 

Schwicks Charles, 524 S. Meridian. 

Schwomeyer Charles, 397 S. Meridian. 

Seibert, Geo. W., 51 N. Noble. 

Sexauer Edward, 125 E. Washington. 

Sheets David, 241 W. McCarty. 

Showater S., 257 Indiana av. 

Shuh John, 322 Virginia av. 

Simon Fred.. 188 N. Noble. 

SIMPSON JOHN, cor. Illinois and 
Georgia. ' 

Simpson Nicholas. 235 S. Delaware. 

SMITH BUTLER K. jr., 94 N. 
Illinois. 

Smith F. E, 164 W. Michigan. 

Smith Fred., cor. Vermoui and Missis- 
sippi. 

Socwell H. M., 232 E. Washington. 

SPENCER MILTON, 192 E. Wash- 
ington 

SPONSEL HENRY, 355 S. Dela- 
ware. 

Stiegman Charles, 150 Madison av. 

Stalle & .Mays, 365 b. Delaware. 

STOUT BEN. G. & BROS., 7 and 
8 Bates House bik. 

Stuckmeyer J. H., 358 Virginia av. 

Swart J. B., 219 Massachusetts av. 

Sullivan H. H., 76 W. Washington. 

Tarlton A. J., cor. Illinois and Seventh. 

Taylor Samuel, 77 E .Market. 

Thayer George V., 248 E Wa,shinglon. 

Traub Israel, 500 N, Alabama. 

Vehling Fred., 197 E. South. 

WALLACE W. W., 441 N. Illinois, 



Lou 



WEBB ISAIAH, 314 Indiana av. 
WEIS PETER, sw. cor. East and 

.McCarty. 
WHITEHEAD WILLIAM, 430 

and 432 W. Washington. 
Wilkinson D. E., 44 N. Pennsylvania. 
Wittinger Jacob, 100 S. Noble. 
Witthoff Fred., 829 Indiana av. 
Wolsterbaum A. (wid.) 312 N. Illinois. 
Woolen Wm. .M , 101 Indiana av. 
Worlaud William, 52 Virginia av. 
Wright Levi, 323 N. Alabama. 
Wyatt W. D., cor. Noble and Fletcher av. 
Zimmer & Neihaus, 323 S. t)elaware. 

6uns and Pistols. 

BALLWEG AMBROSE, 129 W. 

Washington. 



GUN 



BECK SAMUEL, 63 E, Washington 
VAJEN J. H. & CO., 21 VV. Washing- 



Gunsmiths. 

BALI.WEG A., 129 W. Washington. 

BECK CHRISTIAN, 12 S. Penn- 
sylvania. 

BECK SAMUEL, 63 E. Washing- 
ington. 

Hair Worliers and Braiders. 

{Also Human Hair Goods.) 

SPADES H. M., 20 E. Washington. 
Xlahorney J. T., 235 Blalce. 
Medina F. J., 3-1 W. Washington. 

Hair and Bristle Worlis. 

Indianapolis Hair and Bristle Works, S. 
end West, F. Miller superintendent. 

Hardware. 

( Wholesale.) 

ANDERSON, BULLOCK & 

SCHOPIELD, «2 S. Meridian. 
KIMBAL, AIKMAN & CO., 110 

ti. Meridian. 
OVER E. & CO., 82 and 84 S. Mer- 
idian. 

Hardware. 

(Retail.) 

Fowler .T. P., 203 Massachusetts av. 

Frees Chaa. & Co., 27 W. Washington. 

Layman J. T, & ('o, 64 E. Washington. 

MANKEDICK BROS., 123 E. 
Washington. 

POTTAGE CHARLES, 77J W. 
Washington. 

VAJEN J. H. & CO., 21 ff. Wash- 
ington. 

VONEGUT CLEMENS, 184 and 
180 E. Washington. 

Harness and Saddlemaliers. 

Andra .John, 178 E. Washington. 

Armholder H. & Bros., 22-5 E. Washing- 
ton. 

PRAUER, BEILER & CO., 109 
E. Washington. 

Hereth Ad., 24 N. Delaware. 

HUPFER JAMES W., 23 S. Mer- 
idian. 

Jemison John, 428 S. Meridian. 

Marsh W, J., 182 W. Washington. 



) HOM 

BENHAM BRO'S, 

36 East Washington St., 
Pianos, Organs and Meiodeons 

FOR 
CASH OK OP«^ TIMIE. 



Nieoli C, 326 E. Washinelon. 
Sellers & Co., 11 S. Meridian. 
SULGROVE JAMES, 20 W. Wash- 
ington. 
Shawver C. J., 297 Indiana av. 

Harness and Saddlery Hard- 
ware. 

PRAUER, BEILER & CO., 109 

E. Washington. * 

SHARE GEORGE K., 40 S. Meri- 

SULGROVE JAMES, 20 W. Wash- 
ington. 

Hat and Bonnet Frames. 

(Retail.) 
Copeland J. W., 8 E. Washington. 

Hats, Caps and Furs. 

(Retail) 

BAKER JAMES M., 194 E. Wash- 
ington. 
BAMBERGER H., 16 E. Washing- 

DAVIS ISAAC & CO., 12 E. Wash- 

ingion. 
Obermeyer W. IVfe, 2 Palmer House. 
Seaton E. A., 2-5 N. Pennsylvania. 

Hats, Caps and Fnrs. 

(Wholesale.) 

CARR & ALVEY, 6 W. Louisiana. 
Donaldson & Stout, 54 S. Meridian. 
Rickard & Talbott, 78 S. Meridian. 

Hides and Leather. 

DIETZ & RIESNER, 17 S. Dela- 

PISHBACK JOHN P., 125 S. Me- 
ridian. 

Frenzel John P,, cor. Washiagton and 
Davidson. 

Sharpe J. K., 47 S. Delaware. 

Yandes D., 76 E. Washington. 

Homceopathic Physician. 

CORLISS C. P., room 5, Miller's blk. 



HOO 



ICE 



THE CHINA TEA STORES 

AKE AT 

No. 7 ODD FELLOWS HALL 



ACADEMY OF MUSIC CORNER. 



Hoop Skirts and Corsets. 

Glick & Schwartz, 54 N. Illinois, 
Mossier A. 1., 59 S. Illinois. 
Newman P. Mrs., 95 E. Washington, 
Valentine W. H., 34 W. Washington. 
Welte Catharine, 153 E. Washington. 

Horse Sboers. 

(See alio Blacksmiths.) 

Clark John T., 27 N. Tennessee. 
Gates .John G.. 26 S. New Jersey. 
HITCHINS JOHN, 44 E. Mary- 
land. 
Smith John G., 36 S. Pennsylvania. 

Hosiery. 

PARKER R. R., 30 W. Washington. 
PETTIS, DICKSON & CO., 

Gleuns blk. 
SMITH N. R. & CO., Trade Palace. 
Valentine W. H., 34 VV. Washington. 

Hot Air Earnaces. 

Frankem I. L., 34 E. Washington. 
MUNSON & JOHJSSTON, 62 E. 

Washington, 

Hotels. 

BATES HOUSE, Wesley and Son, 
Washington n. w. cor. Illinois. 

BICKING HOUSE, W. Hebble, 89 
.S. Illinois. 

CALIFORNIA HOUSE, A. Kist- 
ner, 184 S. Illinois. 

CHICAGO HOUSE, Fred. Sietz, 117 
S. Illinois. 

Concorilia House, F. Mottery, 200 S. Me- 
ridian. 

Emeneggers Hotel, 111 and 113 E. Wash- 

GLOBE 'house, H. Greunet, 166 

S. Illinois. 
Grant House, cor. Illinois and South. 
ILLINOIS HOUSE, W. Essmann, 

183 S. Illinois. 
JEFFERSON HOUSE, F. H. Greu- 

nert. HI E. South. 



Lafayette House, George Hoppe, 179 S. 
.Meridian. 

LITTLE'S HOTEL, G. Longfellow, 
Washington se. cor. New Jersey. 

MACY HOUSE, A, W. Melsheimer, 
45 N. Illinois. 

Martin House, Jesse Martin, 33 W. Mary- 
land. 

MASON HOUSE, B. Mason & Son, 
71 10 75 S. Illinois, 

NATIONAL HOTEL, Sapp & Win- 
chester, McNabb, opp. Union Depot. 

Neiman House, Mrs. Neiman, 130 S. 
Illinois. 

PALMER HOUSE, Jeff. K. Scott, 
Illinois, se. cor. Washington. 

Pattison House, J. B. Bell, 63 N. Ala- 
bama. 

Pyle House, John Pyle, 95 N. Meridian. 

Ray House, J. M. Lambert, South, se. cor. 
Delaware. 

RICHMOND TEMPERANCE 
HOUSE, J. G. Collins, 35 W. 
Georgia. 

SHERMAN HOUSE, W. M. Haw- 
kins, Louisiana, opp. Union Depot. 

SPENCER HOUSE, J. W. Gray; 
ne. cor. Louisiana and Illinois. 

STANRIDGE HOUSE, Henry J. 
Stanridge, 41 W. Maryland. 

UNION HOUSE, Stephen .Mattler, 
2U2 S. Illinois. 

Washington House, Peter Deilz, cor. West 
and Maryland. 

Washington House. John Weaner, 181 S. 
Illinois. 

Western House, John Clawson, 127 S. 
Illinois. 

HoHse Farnisliing Cloods. 

ADAMS G. F. & CO., 32 S. Meridian. 
Frankem I. L., 34 E. Washington. 
MUNSON & JOHNSTON, 62 E. 

Washington. 
TUTEWILER BROS., 74 E. Wash- 

ington. 
Voegtle Jacob, 103 E. Washington. 

Ice Cream Saloons. 

[Hce also Confectioners.) 

BECKER F. P. & BROS., 17 N. 

Pennsylvania. 
Carter C. C, 59 N. Hlinois. 
SMITH R. L., 40 W. Washington. 
Martin Mrs., 80 E. Washington. 
Parisette Joseph, 25 N, Illinois. 

Ice Dealers. 

BURKHART GEORGE P., cor. 
.Mississippi and Michigan. 



INS 237 

BUTSCH JOSEPH, 68 W. South. 
Pitts George W. 370 N. Tennessee. 

Insurance Agents. 

ABROMET A., room 1, iEtna bldg. 

Barnard J., Sentinel bldg. 

BEARDSLEY R. E., H N. Meri- 
dian. 

BIEDENMEISTER C. A., 139 E. 
Washington. 

Boyles M. W., 6 Odd Fellows Hall. 

Caldwell W. W., 42 W. Washington. 

Childers J. R., 4 niackford's blk. 

CONKLIN H. N.,1UJ E. Washington. 

Curtis H. a, 4i W. Washington,; 

Davis 0. B. C, Old Fellows Hall. 

DUNLOP J. S. & CO., 2 W. Wash- 
ington. 

Folsom E. S., 14 Talbott and News blk. 

GIBSON WM. T., Secretary, G Odd 
Fellows Hall. 

Gilbert Edward, 4 Blackford's blk. 

Green E. S, office, Citijens Nat. Bank, 

GREENE & ROYSE, 10 Black- 
ford's blk. 

Haehl & Anker, 20 S. Delaware. 

Halev W. D., 75 E. Market, 

HAiVEMOND & GRUBBS, 1 ^liti- 
zens Bank bUlg. 

Hay William. 6 Blackford's blk. 

McOrty, McDonald d Co., Odd Fellows 
Hall. 

McGILLIARD & BROWN. 11 S. 
Meridian. 

MARTIN & HOPKINS, New Jour- 
nal bldg. 

METZGER ALEXANDER, 6 
Odd Fellows Hall. 

Murphy Tobias M., 9 Martinsdale blk. 

NORTHROP W. W.,2 Blake's Row. 

Nuiting & Wood, 17i W. Washington. 

Olin C. C, 2i W. Washington, 

Ransford & Denton, cor. Meridian and 

Washington. 
Rorison B, Citizens Bank bldg. 
SHORTRIDGE W. C, 4 Citizens 

Bank hhlfr. 
SNYDER D. E. & CO., 13 E Wash- 

Tousey" Ralph, 2 Odd Fellows Hall. 
T-WINING WILLIAM, Sentinel 

bldg. 
WALKER H. H., 3 Martinsdale blk. 
WHITCOMB E. A., I Yohns blk. 
White A. M., 19 N. Meridian. 
White A. S., 19 N. Illinois. 
White C. M., 19 N. Meridian, 
Wilcox & Means, 3 and 4 Wiley's blk. 
Worder C. J, & Son, 85 E. iMarket, 

Iron Railings. 

HAUGH B. r. & CO., 74 S. Penn- 
sylvania. 



LAT 

BENHAM BRO'S, 

36 East 'Washington St., 
tSDIANAPOLIS MANUFAOTORINC CO.'S 

I> I i\. IN^ o s , 

ELEGANT IN TONE AND FINISH, 

DuraTale in Construction. 



Iron and Steel Warehouses. 

(Wholesale.) 

HOLLIDAY W. J. & CO.. 59 S. 

Meridian. 
Maxwell, Fry & Thurston, 34 S. Meridian, 
OVER E. & CO., 82 SCSi S. Meridian. 

Jewelry. 

BINGHAM W. P., 50 E. Washing- 
ton. 

CRAFT & CUTTER, 24 E. Wash- 
ington, 

FRENCH C. C, 13 N. Meridian. 

MeLENE & HERRON, 1 Bates' 
honse blk, 

Phipp Bros., 32 W. Washington. 

Justices of the Peace. 

BOGGESS H. H., 96 E. Washington. 
Curtis Andrew, 85 E. Washington. 
Doepfner Charles, 68 E Washington. 
FISHER CHARLES, 4 Yohn's blk. 
Secrest Charles, 45^ E. Washington. 



Lanu) Trimmings. 

HOLLIDAY W. & C. F., 15 S. 
.Meridian. 

Lamps, Chandeliers, Etc. 

HOLLIDAY W. & C. F., 15 S. 

Meridian. 
SCOTT, WEST & CO., 127 S. Me- 



land Warrant Broker. 

MARTIN L. R., 10 E. Washington. 

Lath and Shingles. 

Coburn & Jones, cor, Mississippi and 

Georgia. 
ISGRIGG & BRACKEN, 180 W. 

Market. 
McCORD & WHEATLEY, 186 S. 

Alabama. 



LAU 238 

H. H. LEE 



LAW 



IWAKES A SPECIALTY OF 



Choice Green, Black &. Japan Teas. 



Lanndry. 

{Steam.) 



lawyers. 

Adams Samnel, 17J W. Wnshington. 
BARBOUR & JACOBS, 14 N. Del- 

BARTH OLOMEW P. W., 20^ N 
Delaware. 

Beck A. T., 'iOJ N. Delaware. 

BERNHAMER W. F. A., 83 E. 
Wfishinglon, 

BILLS J. M.. Parker's blk. 

BLAKE JOHN W.. 45 E. Wasbing- 
ington. 

BOWLES THOMAS H., 60 E. 
Washington. 

Brown Ignatius. 8 E. Washington. 

Browne T. M., P. 0. bldg. 

Burns D. V., <J2 E. Washington. 

CARTER GEORGE E., 96 E. 
Washington. 

DENNY A P., 94 E. Washington. 

DUNCAN R. B. & J. S., 3 Brown's 
blk. 

Dye & Harris, 8 and 9, Talbolt & New's 
blk. 

ELLIOTT & HOLSTEIN, 24J E. 
Washington. 

Finch T. M. & J. A., 6 Talbott & New's 
blk. 

GORDON GEORGE E., 6 Odd 
Fellows' Hall. 

Gordon J. W., 4 Talbott & New's blk. 

Guffin & Paiker, 10 Talbott & New's blk. 

Hammond & .ludah. ti4 E. Washington. 

HANNA & ENEFLER, Parker's 
blk , N. Debiware, 

Harrison Reuben E., 17J W. Washington. 

HARRISON TEMPLE C, K.V W. 
Wnshinglon. 

HARVEY JOHN S., 101 E. Wash- 
ington. 

Hazellon William, 4 .Etna bldg. 

HELLER JAMES E., 20J N. Dela- 
ware. 

HENDRICKS, HORD & HEN- 
DRICKS, 24i E. Washington. 

HOLMAN JOHN A., 12 Talbott & 
New's blk. 



JOHNSON EDWARD T., 9 Black- 
ford's blk. 
JOHNSON THOMAS E., 42 E. 

Washington. 

JORDAN LEWIS, 1 and 2, Talbott 
<fe New's blk. 

KLINGENSMITH & HINES, 
11.5i E. Washington. 

Leary P.' C, 87i E. .Market. 

LEATHERS W. W., 3 Odd Fellows' 
Hall. 

Logan & Brown, 4i W. Washington. 

LOWE WILLIAM A., 10^ E. Wash- 
ington. 

McDonald & McDonald, 3 Minn bldg. 

Martindale & Tarkington, Martinsdale's 
blk. 

Miller J., 94 E. Washington. 

MORROW & TRUSLER, 6 Vin- 
ton's blk. 

Morton George T., Talbolt & News blk. 

Negley P. G., 24J E. Washington. 

NEWCOMB, MITCHELL & 
KETCHAM, over 21 E. Wash- 
ington. 

NICHOL J. W., 16^ E. Washington. 

PARKER & BLOOMER, 32^ E. 
Washington. 

Patterson William, 98 E. Washington. 

Peelle S. J., H8 E. WMshington. 

PERKINS, BAKER & PER- 
KINS, room 4 .Etna bldg. 

Perrin George K„ 4-3 E Washington. 

PORTER, HARRISON & FISH- 
BACK, 5 Yohn's blk. 

Rand & Hall, 24J E, Washington. 

Ray John W., 42^ E. Washington. 

Ray Martin M. & W. S., 12 Talbott & 
News blk. 

RITTER & IRVING, 24i E. Wash- 
ington. 

Roach A. L, 3 /Etna bldg. 

Roberta Joseph T., 3 Kinder's blk. 

SCOTT JOHN N., 32J E. Washing- 
Smith C. W., .5 Yohn's blk. 

SPAHR & DAILY, 20.} N. Dela- 
ware 

KIMBALL E. W., 46 E. Washing- 
ton. 

Sullivan William, 47 E. Washin-iton. 

Sweetser James N., "Jl E. Washington. 

Taylor Edwin, 4 Brown's blk. 

TAYLOR NAPOLEON B., 4 
Brown's blk. 

Voss & Davis, 3 Talbolt & News blk. 

WALLACE WILLIS, 4 Odd Fel- 
lows Hall. 

Ward C. D- & P. H.. Talbott & News blk. 

Wilson L. D., 16i E. Washington. 

WITT B. F.', cor. Washington and 
Meridian. 

WOOLEN & RUDDELL, 2-5* E. 
Washington. 



LEA 



Yandes Simon, '21 E. Waahington. 
Young John, 100 E. Waahington. 

Lead Pipe and Sheet Lead. 

COTTRELL THOMAS, 177 ] 

Washington. 

Leather and Findings. 

DEITZ & REISNER, 17 S, Dela- 

EISHBACK JOHN,r-'5 S. Meridian. 
MOONEY & CO., 147 S. Meridian. 
Shiirpe J. I<„ 47 S. Delaware. 
Yandes D., 70 E. Washington. 

Lightning Rod Mannfacturers. 

INDIANAPOLIS COPPER 
LIGHTNING ROD WORKS, 

David Munson, Prop., 62 E. Wash- 
ington. 

Lime, Plaster and Cement. 

BUTSCH, DICKSON & DELL, 

'J7 E. Georgia. 
Fawkner & Connelly, 24 W. Maryland. 
McDonoiigh D. B., 144 S. Alabama. 

Linseed Oil Manufacturers. 

Evans I. P. & Bros., 124 S. Delaware. 

Liquors. 

( Wholesale.) 

REISER AUGUST, 106 S. Illinois' 
BENDER, TOBIAS & CO., 189 

E Washington. 
Bess William K., 284 W. Washington. 
GAPEN & CATHERWOOD, 118 

S. Meridian. 
HAHN & BALS, 25 S. Meridian. 
HORN H. J. 174 W. Washington. 
Kaufman A. ?., 116 S. iMeridian. 
KAUFMAN CHARLES, 23 W. 

Marylandjj 
Kaufman Moses, 42 W. Louisiana. 
LANG LOUIS, 29 S. Meridian. 
MUELLER JOHN, 306 E. Wash- 
ington. 
Kikhoff & Bros., 80 S, Meridian. 
RYAN T. F., 143 S. Meridian. 
RYAN & HOLBROOK, 48 S. 

Meridian. 
SCHWABACKER & SELIG, 41 

S. Delaware. 
Stout & Son, 160 W. Washington 
SWEETSER JOHN, 30 S. Meridian. 
WILSON JAMES T., 3 Spencer 

Jlouse. 



9 1.UM 

BENHAM BRO'S, 

36 East Wasblng^ton St., 

AGENTS FOB THE 

BUKDETT ORGA3V. 



Lithographers. 

BRADEN & BURFORD, 24 W. 

Washington. 

Livery, Sale and Feed Stables. 

ALLEN HENRY, 2.5 E, Pearl. 

BRUNDAGE E. C, 223 B. Wash- 
ington. 

Bucksot William, rear Palmer House. 

Caffey John H., Wabash al. 

Conrad C. P.. 19 S. Delaware, 

EXCHANGE STABLES, Wm. 
Hinesly, proprietor, 33 N. Illinois. 

GATES & PRAY, E. Market Square. 

Hetselgeaser & Co., cor. Illinois and 
South. 

Landis Jacob, 30 S. Pennsylvania. 

Mills & HoUingsworth, 277 W. Washing- 
ington. 

Stout & Son, 163 W. Washington. 

SULLIVAN & DREW, 10 E. Pearl. 

Wood & Foudray, 16 N. Pennsylvania. 

Wood & Mansur, 21 W. Maryland. 

Locksmiths and Bell Hangers. 

{See Bell Harxjers ) 

Looking Glasses. 

Daumont H. & Co, 15 W. W.ashington. 
LIEBER H. & CO., 60 E. Washing- 

ington. 
Meyer C. F., 7 Marlindale's blk. 

Looms. 

Howe & Converse, 372 W. Washington.. 

Lumber Dealers. 

BUNTE & DICKSON, 387 E. Mar- 
ket. 

Coburn & Jones, cor, Mississippi and 
Georgia. 

Donnellan Charles, office, 6 Blake's row. 

Eberts & Owens, 44 Kentucky av. 

EMERSON, BEAM & THOMP- 
SON, 225 to 229, W. Market. 

HILL GEORGE W., 110 S. East, 



MAL 



240 



MIL 



J. SENOUR & CO., 
CITY SHOE STORE, 

No. 5 \Vest Wasbing^ton St., 

Iii<ii«iiapoli!S, Ind. 



HILDEBRAN D & KEPPLE, cor. 

Indiana av. and Canal. 
ISGRIGG & BRACKEN, IBO W. 

Market. 

King Tornelius. cor. St. Clair and Peru. 

Long & Joseph, cor. Walnut and Lafa- 
yette R. R. 

Marsee J. & Son, New Jersey, nr. Wash- 

McCORD & WHEATLEY, 186 S. 

Alabama. 
Pressley J. T., cor. Louisiana and West, 
STREIGHT & WOOD, office, Yohn's 

blk. 
TATE WARREN, 58 S. New Jersey. 
Warne Simon, office, 27 Massachusetts 



Malt Mannfacturers. 

Wunday & Snyder, 214 S. Delaware. 

Mantles. 

MUNSON & JOHNSTON, 62 E. 

Washington. 

Marble Workers and Dealers. 

Carpenter I?. 0., 36 E. Market. 
DAME JASON, 69 E. Washington. 
Lewis W. H., 50 Kentucky av. 
MAXWELL G. W., 66 Virginia av. 
Roberts & Hiltebrand, 46 Virginia ht. 
WALLACE W. W., 120 S. Illinois. 
WEIR & GREENLEE, 44 Virginia 



Mathematical Instruments. 

{Manufacturers of.) 

Steffins E. F., sw. cor. Washington am 
Meridian. 

3Ieat Markets. 

Beall J. W., 316 W. Washington. 
Beck Fred., cor. MoCarty and Meridian, 
Boecher Henry, 122 S. Meridian. 
Coleman Herman, 300 N. West. 
DAVIS E. W., 153 W. Washington, 
Dietz & Borst, 104 S. Illinois. 
Dobbins M., 751 N. Illinois. 



ESSIGKE RICHARD, 170 S. Illi- 
nois. 
Grafenstein F., 660 N. Tennessee. 

Hahn Jacob, 95 W. South. 

Heid Louis, cor. Michigan and Noble. 

Heryd F., 234 E. Washington. 

Jaoobi A.,387;S. Delaware. 

Kaufman Louis, 32 Virginia av. 

KAUFMAN MORITZ, cor. West 
and North. 

Keiaer Charles, Fourth, nr. Tennessee. 

KELLISCH MARTIN, Bates 
House blk. 

Klepfer A. J., 313 Massachusetts av. 

Kramer Henry, 80 Fort Wayne av, 

Kuhn Charles, 207 W. Michigan. 

Leible A., cor. Plum and Cherry. 

Leuisser J., 131 Massachusetts av. 

MAGLEY JACOB, 186 W. Wash- 
iuglon. 

Mayer Michael, 220 S. Meridian. 

Moser George. 295 S. .Missouri. 

Shafer John, 92 N. Illinois. 

Sindlinger G., 194 S. Illinois. 

SPITZFADDEN PETER, 71 E. 
Washington. 

Stillwagon John, 442 S. Illinois. 

Thorne J., 141 N. Delaware. 

Unversaw John, 48 Virginia av. 

Yorger John & Bros., 245 E. Washington. 

Merchant Tailors. 

(See Tailors.) 

Midwives. 

Despa Minna, 50 Lockerbie. 
Wink Theresa, 195 S. Meridian. 

Mill Furnishing Goods and 
Millwright. 

TAGGART SAMUEL, 132 S, Penn- 
sylvania. 

Millers. 

[See Flouring Mills.) 

Milliners and Milliners' Goods. 

Baker B. Mrs., 244 E. Washington. 
Baker E, C. Miss, 194 E. Washington. 
CATLIN M. J. MRS., 46 W. Wash- 
ington. 
CONATY J. B 
COPELAND J 



44 S, Illinois. 

W. & CO., 8 E. 



Goodman Mary J., 
HOLLIDAY E 
I Illinois. 



3 Massachusetts av. 
J. MRS., 46 S. 



MIL 241 

Kii-k E. Mrs. 73 N. PeriRsylvunis. 
Kiinz M. A, Mios, 9 S. AUh.ima. 
LhuiIlts L. Misses, 74i E, M.ii-kel. 
TavloT- \^iJ.i:n. (ij W ' W.ish hgton. 
Thoai.i9 M. J. M.S., 8 W, Washiiigten. 

Millinery Goods, 

( W/wl sale.) 

^opelfinfl J. W & Co, 39 S. IMeriilmn. 
i'AHNLEY & McCBEA., 131 S 
.UcriJi-ui. 

Mineral Water Manufacturers, 

Diuisen & Scrihner, 17 (!ircle. 
Reeci Anson & Co.. 2Hi W. Washington. 
SMITH WILLIAM, 222 E. Wash 
iiigton. 



Mouldings, 



Danmnnt & Oo , 15 W. Washin<;toB 
LIEBER H. & CO., 00 E. Wasliing- 

Mej'ei- C. F., 7 Wartiudale's bik. 

Music Publishers, 

BENHAM BROS., B6 E. Washing- 

Music Teachers. 

Black J. S., 35J E. Washington. 
Bei-gslvin CKrl, II M:irlitjdale's blk. 
(j.iffiih Aliie .Vli«s, 42 S Mississippi. 
fU'ss ClDc.l.'S, 2ii8 S .Meridian. 
l\.,.i^snl P. II., -24 W. N,-iv York. 
SCHELLSCHMIDT A., 173 E. 

WMshingion. 
Smith Atlilic, 144 Buchanan. 

Music and Slusical Instru- 
ments. 

BENHAM BROS., 30 E. Washing. 
SCtiELLSCHMTDT A:., 173 E. 
WILLAui) A. G. & CO., 4 and 6 



Newspaper and Periodical 
Depots. 

Aftune Andrew, 26 S. Delaware. 
Barih L. A., Union Depot. 
BeUz 11. A., Spencer House. 
Uiudmau Uobert, faliuer House. 



NOT 
BtNHAM BRO'S, 

3G It!. \Vasliiiig:ton St.« 

AGENTS FDR THE 

nOIANAPOLlS NIVNJ-ACTU^lNl CD.'S 

PI A^ rvo s . 



PALMER EOVe^ARD L., HO S. 

Illinois. 
I'yburn H. Wm., P. 0. News Stand. 

Newspapers and Publica- 
tions. 



(Sec Appendiz.) 

Notary Public. 

(See also Lawyers.) 

CAMPBELL GEORGE H., 3 Odd 

Fellows Hall. 
Franklin « 15., 3 .Etna bids. 
HARRISON TEMPLE C, 17J W. 

Washington. 
House Ben D. (52 E. Washinffton. 
LOWE WM. A., ]li| K Washinffton. 
MARTIN L. R., 10 E. Wi.hington. 
Mathews J F., 62 E, Washington. 
May A. D., Sentinel Office. 
Moore J. 0., 6 ■|Mhott. & New's bIk. 
NICaOL J. W, ItiJ E. Was-iiington. 
WITT B. P., cor. Washington and 

Meridian. 

Note and Bill Broker. 

MARTIN L. R., 10 E. Wabhington. 

Notions. 

( Wholesale.) 

BYRAM CORNELIUS & CO., 

IU4 S. Meridian. 

PAHNLEY & MeCREA, 131 S. 

Men lian. 

PORTNER, PLOYD & CO., 75 

^ .Meridian. 
HIBBEN. TARKTNGTON & 

CO., 112S. .Meriiian. 
Landers, Conduiit & Co., 95 S. Meridian. 
Ludorf L & Co.. 42 S. Meri<lian. 
MURPHY, JOHNSTON & CO., 

101 .S Meridian. 
PETTIS, DICKSON & CO., 

Glenn's blk. 

STONEMAN, PEE & CO., uw. cor. 



Luui: 



TRAVER GEQBGE M., cor. Meri- 
diuu aud ^Vashingiuu. 



IS'OT 
H. H. LEE 

Makes a Specialty of 

CEGICE GCLSESr B.XO, 

OID GCVEEUMrNT JAVA COFrEtS. 



242 PAP 



Mnsps L. W , f,(» E. \\:,s=lnnglou. 
Semmons H., 43 S. Illiuois. 

Oysters, Fisli and Game. 

DeRUITER D., 65 S. lUinoia. 

Rnndnll Nelson A.. '29 S. Illiuois. 
harp & Long, 119 S. Illiuois. 



Notions. 

(Retail.) 

BOWMAN & WAKEFIELD, 61 

CULI.r> Y D. B., -■> W Wnpliington 
DEEHER & BOLLIKGEE, 25'J 

HAERT.E WILLIAM, 4 W. Wash- 

Hnupi' Robert, 151 K. Wa<=l,ington. 
J;icob .lospph, 115 E. WMsliinglon. 
Muir & F..ley, 60 N. Illinois. 
Serl. wick R.. 68 N. Illu.ois. 
SPADES H. M., --0 !•'■ W,,sl.ir.gioii. 
TUCKER & SMITH, 9 N, Penusjl- 



Notions and Fancy Goods. 

BALDWIN J. H. & CO., 6 E. 

Wiifliirigiun. 
BOWMAN & WAKEFIELD, 61 

N. Illinois. 
Glick & t^iliwartz, 54 N. Illinois. 
Se.lpw ck H , 68 N. Illinois. 
SPADES H. M., -20 E. Washinglon. 

Nurserymen. 

Keechwond Nursery, .7, F Hill, Michignn 

rd.. east of I'iiy. 
Mpfornpick Jolin. West Indiannpolis. 
WEGHOEST HENRY, J^pan, S. 

cii.v limiis. 
Weijiand Anion cor. Kentucky av. and 

Canal. 

Ocnlists. 

Marsh H & Son. 2 Miller's bik. 
W A LI . CHARLES E.,21 J W. Mary- 
laud. 

Oil Mannfactnrers. 

Evans J. P, & Co., 124 S. Delaware. 

Opticians. 

GRAY GEORGE W.,4G8 E. Wash- 
iugtou. 



Painters. 

(Mouse and Sijn.) 

Anhorn E., ror. St. Tlair and Spring. 
Chivnlier A.. 23 S. East. 
Cook T. v.. 58 N Pennsylvania. 
("nrnelJus & Melville, 31 Kenincky nv. 
Eggev & Mtiecke, cor. Washingiou and 

Atahama 
ELVIN & FOX, 58 N. Pennsylvania. 
Feriig Frank, 21 S, Illinois. 
Hellp Louis, 248 S. Pennsvlvanin. 
Jenkins E., 43 M:.ssach»seits av. 
Knotts Nim K., 32 S. New Jersey. 
Lnpton W. C. 79 N. I'enrsylvauia. 
McEWano John, 46 Kenlucky av. 
Osgood & Chapman, cor. Virginia av, 

and W„shington 
RYAN BROTHERS, 18 S. .Meridian. 
Traub Jacob, 500 N. Alabama. 

Paints, Oils and Glass. 

BOYD FRANK A , 22 S. Meridian. 
BROWNING & SLOAN, 7 aud !> 

E. Washington. 
CAMPBELL & GREEN, 149 W. 

Washington. 
Sage Charles, 172 W. Washi&gton. 
Stewart & Morgan, 40 E. Washington. 

Paper Bags 

CHANDLER & CO., 24 S. Meridian. 

Paper Box Manutiictnrer. 

Steinhauser B. A., 164 E. Washington. 

Paper Dealers. 

( Wholesale.) 

BOWEN, STEWART & CO., 18 

W. Wa.shingion 
CALEDONIA PAPER MILL, 

2115 W. Washington. 
CHANDLER & CO.,24«. Meridian. 
SAI SBURY & CO., W. end Mary- 

lond. 
SEAMAN E. & CO., (wrapping 

paper,) 79 W. Washington. 



PAP 2 

Paper Hangers. 

[See Also Painters.) 

Cornelius & Melville, 31 Kentucky av. 

Gall & Rush, 101 c W.ishingion. 

Hume, Adams & Co., 2t5 and 28 W. Wash- 

inglon. 
Mnrshill N. P.. 37 Indiana av. 
MESSICK T. B., 191 W. Vermont. 
Roll W. H., 38 S. Illinois. 

Paper Manufacturers. 

CALEDONIA PAPER MILL, 

office, -Jiia W. Wasliingion. 
SALSBURY & CO., W. end iMarj- 
land. 

Patent Medicines. 

(Manufacturers of.) 

Alcon k Co., 27 S Illinoi'". 
BUELL C H.. 7o E .Market. 
FERKEE T. M., 81 E. .Market. 

Patent Riglit Agents & Dealers 

POY OWEN, 74 Virginia av, 
NOBLE A. E.. (Ward's gas ligbt) 34 

Kentucky av. 
NELI.MAN H. B., patentee burning 

Hiii.l. ll« N. Liberiv, 
ZlEGrLER G. H.. 87 E Market. 



Patent Solicitors. 

Iiidhin.npolis Patent Agency, 87 E. Mar- 
ket, ti. H. Zic'gler, ilanager. 
MAYHEW O. F., office. State House 

bldg. 

Paving— Concrete. 

(Burns Falent.) 

SIMS & HOSKINS, ws. Canal, bet. 
Georgia and Louisiana. 

Pawn Brokers. 

SOLOMON J. & M., 25 S. Illinois. 

SJieplii'hS lli.iiie .Mrs, 28 S. Illinois, 
Wagner G. W., (JG N. Illinois. 

Pliotograpliers. 

Abbott J. D., 94 E. Washington. 
Adams & Uavis, 2 W. Washington. 
Andrew S. li., 102.1 Indiana av. 
Bosion fe'coiype Ouuipauy, 33 W. Wash- 
iugtoa. 



.5 • PHY 

BENHAM BRO'S,' 

3G East Washinslon St.« 

PIANOS, ORGANS, MUSIC. 

Bast Goods ! Lowest Prices ! 



BRUENING E. & J., over B E. 

Washington. 
CLAPLIN DAVID B., 32J E. 

Washitigton. 

Elliott J. P., 8 E. Washington. 

HALL ALFORD, ItiJ E. Washing- 
ton, K. Judkins, Manager. 

INGRAHAM C. B., 32| E. Wash- 
ing on. 

Miller A. R., 4-5 E. Washington. 

Otis & Fowler, 24J E. Washington. 

Wilson George. 3li'j E Washington. 

<VRIGlaT JOHN M., SOJ E. Wash- 

iDglOU. 

Photographers' Stock. 

Diumont H. & Co., 15 W. Washington. 
Hudson S., lyii E. Washington 
LIEBER H. & CO., 00 E. Wushing- 



Fhysicians. 

ABBETT L. & C. H., 35 Virginia 

Allen 11. R.. Surgical Instilne. 
ATHON JAMES S., McO.mi's blk. 
Avery J. 1' , 1 .Massachusetts av. 
Bacon K. 11., cor, Meridiau and Wash- 

BARNES R. H., 62 Virginia av. 
Barney .Jicob, 245 N. Davidson. 
BENNETT P. S . 35 Virginia av. 
BOYD J. T., 14^ S. Pennsylvania. 
Bull.rd W. R., i2 E. Market. 
Burnham & Tisdale, 38 W. Market. 
Butterfield S. A., 30tj N. East. 
Davis k. W., 130 N. Pennsylvania. 
DTJNLAPJ M.,2 McOuatsblk. 
Evans B. F., 20^ N. Delaware. 
EWING DAVID, 33 Virginia av. 
PARNSWORPH T. W., 21^ W. 

M.ryiaiid. 
FEERKE P. M., 81 E. Market. 
FLKTOHER & WRIGHT, 107 W. 

Alaba.iia. 
Foley W, W., 53 Indiana av. 
Gaston John M.. U(J E. Market. 
Gustin L., cor. Illinois and Louisiana. 
Ilailan L. D, 178 Virginia av. 
Ilomhiirg R., 194 E Washinsrlon. 
JAMESON & FUNKHOUSER, 

30 E. Market. 



PHY 



244 



PLO 



THE CHINA TEA STORtS 

AliE AMONG THE 

AttFactions of Indianapolis. 



Call and See Them before leaving the City. 

KENDEICK WM. H., 73 N. East. 

Knisr ,1. S, 18 s Mississippi. 
KIEKPATEIC JOHW, 35 VI M,ir- 

KITCHEN J. M , Vinton's hlk. 
Ltwis G. H., cor. Liberiy aud Washing 

ton 
Loepnr F., 102 E. Washington. 
MOODY JOHN B , cor. Indi.ina ay. 

Riid Teii,iifi-?ce, 
Mooie S. H., 72 E. W,ishirfrlon. 
Wo.ue Wni. G , '262 Mnssiicliusetls av. 
New 0. W., I.'-, ;\l,l|p,'s 1,11,. 
KEWCOMEE F. S., B Rlnke's blk. 
Olivci D II . 82 E. Mniket. 
Piuvi,, T, 13-5 N. Ahihnmn. 
rMnei.snn A, U'., 135 N AbiKima. 
PK KEEILL GEOEGE W., 30A 

>.. l'ei.l.SNV;,,IUi, 

Prnrik h II., 30 N. Mississippi. 
RICH T. C, 58 E. Shuket. 
»A».:u, A. G., 21 Viigini.-i „t. 
SiddMll J. I'.., icu Viigiiiia av. 
Sniiih i: M,, 40 N. Illinois. 
STEVENS THAD. M., over 15 E. 

Snller F.. K2 E Wasliiiiglon. 
THOMPSON & WOOIBUEN, 

iiO N. Ihiiiuis. 
Tlinnison «'ni, 02 Virginia >■ v. 
UODD & BIGELOW, 3 and 4 Mc- 

Ulil NMih.in, 52 S. lennsvlvania. 
Wallace J. F, McOuat's b'lk. 
Wands Wm, 60 F. Market. 
Waterman L. D., 08 N. Pennsylvania. 
Wiley Delaney, 16^ E. VVasliiugton. 
Wood L., 31 Virginia av. 
AVriplit. J. J., 58J E. Market. 
Wrij,hi .\l. H., 103 N. Meridian. 
YOUART JOHNM., 31*i W. Wash- 
ington. 
Walker J. B., 276 N. Mississippi. 

Pliysician8. 

( Cancer.'^ 

Howard E. » Son. 92 S. Illinoia. 
Sjvank M,, 76 N. Pennsylvania. 

Physicians. 

(Throat and Lungs.} 
HALE JUDSON. 1 lliUer's blk. 



Fiano Dealers. 

BENHAM BEOS.. 30 K.Wasliinglon. 
SOiilHJSEB CHARLES, 83 N. lUi- 

Siow>l M. .\., 40 N. Pennsylvania. 
WILLARD A. G. & CO., 4 and 5 

Bales House blk. 

Piano Mannfaelurers. 

INDIANAPOLIS PIANO MAN- 
UFACTUEING CO., 15a and 

101 E. WasliiiiEion 
Kappes J. H & Co ,"216 S. Illinois. 
Scliroer.H. H^ 141 W. Washington. 

Pictures and Picture Frames. 

Daumon*. II, & Co, 16 W. Wasliingion. 
Hudson S. ]W, E Wasliingion. 
LEIBER H. & CO., 00 E. Wash- 
ington. 
Meyers C. P., 7 Mariindale's blk. . 



Planing Mills. 



BUILDERS' AND MANUFAC- 
TUREBS' ASSOCIATION, 

2 •■> N I'elaware 

BYEKITT & SONS, cor. Tennessee 
nn.l Georgia. 

EMERSON, BEAM & THOMP- 
SON, 2_'.; W. Maikel. 

HILL GEORGE W., cor. East and 

McCORD & WHEATLEY, 1S(J 

t*. Alahamn. 
TATE WARREN, 38 S. New Jersey. 

Plasterers. 

(Ornamental.) 
TAYLOR JOHN F., 80 Massachu- 



Platers, Gold and Silver. 

FULMER FREDERICK, 30 Vi 

Higgins w'. B, 75 E. Washington. 
Jenuison A. F., Talbott and News blk. 

Plow Handles. 

(Manufacturers.) 
Osgood, Smith & Co, 230 S. Illinois. 

Plow Manufacturers. 

Beard & Kinihnl, 39 S. Tennessee. 
BUCHANAN J. M., 27 S. East. 



PLU 2 

Plumbers. 

{See also Gas and Skam Pipe Fillers.) 

Davis Joseph W , 110 S. Delnware. 
Dunn John 0., 22 Keniiicky av, 
HANNING JOHN G., 82 W. Wash- 

inglon. 
Karnev John, 78 Virginia av. 
NEAB CONRAD, 70 N. Illinois. 

Pork Packers. 

Ferguson J. C. & Co., W. end Georgia. 
LESH, TOUSEY & CO., 72 and 74 

S. Delaware. 
KINGAN & CO., terminus W. 

iMtivjlaud. 

Powder Dealers. 

BALLWEGG A., 129 W. Washing 
BECK SAMUEL, 63 E. Washington. 

Printers, Book aiifl Job. 

(See u/so Fublishers.) 
BKADEN & BUEFORD, 24 \V. 
BRIGHTER. J. New Sentinel l)Ms 



CHANDLER H. C. & CO., cor. 

INDIANAPOLIS ' JOURNAL 

CO., Juniual lildg., ne. cor. Market, 

ond 1 ircle. 
Indianapolis P.inling and Publishing 

House, se cnr. Meridian and Circle. 
Peltihone & Burke, Talbott and News 

blk. 
WRIGHT & HOLMAN, 33 W. 

Washington. 

Produce and Provision Deal- 
ers. 

{■^ce Grocers and Produce Dealers.) 

Publishers. 

(See also New.'^papers and Publications.) 

Bland & Tavlnr, 83 E. Alarket. 
BCETTICHER JULIUS, 164 E, 

Washington. 
BRIGHT R. J, Daily and Weekly 

Snntinel, Sentinel bldg 
DOUGLASS & CONNER, new 



DOWLING W. W., office in Journal 
bldg. . 



J EEA 

BtWHAM BRO'S, 

3G East WusUinston St., 

BENHAirS MUSICAL REVIEW, 

MONTHLY, $1 00 PER ANNUM. 



Orrif.on J. J., cnr. Meridian and Circle. 
GUTENBERG PUBLISHING 

CO , '•e. cor. .Meridian and Circle. 
HANN J. B., oihce. Jouru.ii bidg. 
VICKERS W. B., se. cur. MtriJian 



ri-le. 



HUTCHINS JN.C. P., 16J E. Wash- 
ington. 
LEE M, G., ne. cor. Wiishington and 

MORTON & RICKER, old Journal 

bldg. 

STREIGHTA D..c.ffic'. Yohu'sblk. 

WALTON H. L., (branch office, New- 
York and LoudouJ 29J N. Delaware. 

Pump Makers. 

DURBON R. A., (wood) 197 S. Me- 
ridian. 
IIANNjNG J. G. (iion), 82 W. 

NEAB CONRAD, (iron) 70 N. llli- 

noi.a. 
Wiiglit W. G. (wood) 36 S. Pennsylvania. 

Queensware. 

(See China, Glass and Queensware.) 

Railing;s. 

( Wrought and Cast. ) 
HAUGH B. P. & CO., 74 S. Penn- 



Real Estate Agents. 

Alexander G. W., 2 W. Washington. 
Anderson G. P., 2 W. Washington. 
Bariiiiz I'.. 115 E Washington 
linWes M. W., H O.ld Fellows' Hall. 
BURNHAM S. W., !l N Illinois. 
CARTER JOHN & CO., nw. cor. 

U asliington and Delaware. 
Cohlen & Johnson, Talbolt & New's blk. 
Daubeiispeck N., 121 N. Delaware. 
ELDRIDGE & CO., \H E. Washing- 

FRANK J AMES, 35 J E Washington. 
GOODWIN T. A., 79 E. Jlarket. 
Jones J., Uh W, Washington. 
I.ehr T. A . S3 E Washington. 
LINDLEY & CO., 8 E. Waehington 



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ONE PRICE, SELLS FOR CASH, 

And Guarantees all Goods 

Sold at the China Tea Stores, 

To be as Represented. 

LOVE WILLIAM & CO., 1 T"l- 

boll & News hlk 
McKEENAN J. H., '2 Blnke's bik. 
MA^T^N LUTHER .B., 10 E. 

Washington. 
MI K. GJii^JiE. & CO., m E. W.-isl- 

inglon. 
MINICK D. C. & CO., Hi W. W, eh- 

ington. 

SEIDENSTICKER ADOLPH & 

CO , H «■ L'elawai-e 
SHOEMAKER & DURPIELD, 

IGi li. \V,i«hii]gion. 
Smith Kvank. 31 \V. Wiishineinn. 
SPANN JOHN S. & CO., Brown's 

blk., nw. cor. Pennsylvunia and 

Wnshington. 
STAPP JAMES H., 10 S. Pennsyl- 

TODd' JOHN M. & CO., 24^ E. 

Washington. 
WITT & ARBUCKLE, sw. cor. 

Washington iind Meridian. 
WOOD & HOSS, Wiley's hlk. 
Wright & Viunedge, 62 E. Washington. 



Rectifjers and Distillers. 

BENDER T. & CO., 189 E. Wash- 

GAPEN & CATHERWOOD, 118 

S. Meridian. 
ITahn & Balls, 2-5 S Meridian. 
RYAN T. P., 143 S. Meridian. 
B WEETSER JOHN. 30 S. Meridian. 

Restaurants. 

BAUER JACOB, 147 W. Washisg- 
BECKER BROS., 17 N. Pennsylva- 

CIRCLE, (Mrs. Geo. Rhodius) 15 N. 
.Meridian. 

CRYSTAL PALACE, 44 W. Wash- 
ington. 

Parrisette Joseph, 25 N. Illinois. 

Randall Berrv, '-'9 S. Illinois 

UNION DEPOT, T. B. Spratt, Snpt. 

WEINBERGER & WAGE- 
MANN, 10 W. Louisiana. 



S.AL 

Rollin^ M.ii. . 



Indianapolis Rollins M ill C'.. J. M. Lord, 
Prest. Office, Citlz-ns' B.ink bldg. 

BUTSCH, DICKSON & CO., 
office and salesrouiu, tfu and 98 S. 
Meridian. 

Roof 'VS. 

( Compoaili III ) 

SIMS & HOSKINS, cor. Canal and 
Georgia. 

Roofers. 

{Slate and Metal) 
Zimmcrmann C, .35 S, Alabam. 

Saddles and Harness. 

(See Harness and Siddle Makers.) 

Saloons. 

ACADEMY OP MUSIC, under 

Academy. 
Altman H. & Co , cor. R.ay and Meridian. 
Anderson R . 191 E W:,wi,ingion. 
ARMBRUSTER FRANK E.. 439 

W. Uashiligton. 

Armbruster J. .1., 2\o W. Maryland. 

Asmus Louis, 199 In.liuia av. 

Baker Charles '209 .XLissacbusells av. 

Balke Charles, 231 K Washington. 

BARLOW THOMAS, 79 E. Wash- 
ington. 

BECK EDWARD, 44 W. Washing- 

BEHRINGER JOSEPH, 145 W. 

Wasliiiiiitou. 

BESS WM. K.. 2^4 W. Washington. 

BOHRMAN PETER, 9 W. Wash- 
ington. 

Buersdoerfer George, cor. Indiana nv. and 
Illinois 

Burk Goorge, 24 W. Pearl. 

Butsch George M., 249 S. Delaware. 

BUSSEY JOHN, 29 W. Mc.Nabb. 

Carr Thomas, 27ti S. .Missouri. 

Carroll & Britt, 132 S. Illinois, 

Carter Wm. E., 87 S. Illinois. 

Christy A., 26 W. Louisiana. 

DELL WM., 135 E. Washington. 

Deppell L.. 557 Virsiinia av. 

DESCHLER JOSEPH, 15 N. Penn- 
sylvani.. 

Dickman Carl, 208 E. Washington. 

Dietz P., 249 W. Maryland. 

Dietz Fred & Co, 133 E. Washington. 

Dietz & Haug, 255 £. Wusbiugioa. 



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Diigan N., 52 S. Illinois. 
Diinriinsheirr J , S9 E. South. 
EURICH JOHN L, 1 7 N. Illinois. 
TAHRBACH PHILIP, Washing- 
ion H.ill. 
PITCH D. H., 23 N Illinois, 
GAHM JOHN, 196 Indiana av. 
Geis John, 62 S Del.-iware. 
Geis Uwience. 9'.i K. Wiishington. 
GEM. P. Boihman, I'lopr, 9 W. Wash- 



Giiffiih T.48 S. l'.*nM.yIv.inia. 
Giohp Chiirlcs. li '^ Lcniisiiina. 
GPUENF.RT JNO H.. 61 E. Soi.ih. 
GEUENERT HENRY, 164 S. Illi- 

Harlnelt P. E, 101 S Illinois. 
Ilarli'ocli H., 249 Kenlncki' av. 
H..ng Michael, 188 S. Pennsylvania. 
Ileiscr riiiulps. 70 S Debiware. 
HELM JOHN. 272 Wins'on. 
HUEGELE JOHN, 39 E. Washing- 

HuppiTieffrafi D., cor. Massachusetts av. 

ILG GEORGE, 323 W, Washington. 

|. wmIIc li J , Bli7 Virginia av. 

KISSEL FREDERICK, cor. Mc- 
Cariv and IUisspII, 

KLARE & SCHRCEDER, 588 S. 
iMeii.lian. 

Knnizpi- George, 60 S Delaware. 

KCEHLbR JOHN, 247 N. Noble. 

KCENIGER GEORGE, 338 S. Meri- 
dian. 

LANG LOUIS. 29 S. Meridian. 

LAUIR CHARLES, 202 E. Wash- 

Lanpheimer Angust, 139 S Illinois. 
Ue & Keplogle, 340 E. Washington. 
LEBRiTlER CONRAD. 92 E. 

WM^liniffloii. 

LEHRITTER GEORGE, 143 E, 

Wushiiigioii. 

LEONARD & VICTOR, 65 W, 
Wa>l,ingion. 

McAndiew?, 251 W. Washington. 

McBRlDE JOHN C, 195 W. Wash- 
ington. 

Mccarty SIMON. Bates House. 

jMcGtarij John, 116 S. Illinois. 

WcGnmes, cor. South and Meridian. 

McLaughlin Wm,, 344 S. West. 

iMarmoni Hugo. cor. Illinois and Georgia. 

MATTLER STEPHEN, cor. South 
and Illinois. 

Mayer Charles, 133 E. Washington. 

Merl Nicholas, 286 W. Washingloti. 

MINICK HIBAM, Paln.ei House. 

Moninger Conrnd. 167 W Washington. 

MONINGER DANIEL, 20 Ken- 
tucky uv. 



BENHAM BRO'S, 

36 East VTashiiigton St., 

SHJSST vaisxc, vioLisrs, 

GUIT4R5, STRINGS, &o. 



MUELLER CHARLES G., 25 S. 

Delaware. 
Murphv T.. 3'.I6 W. North. 
NALTNER JOSEPH, 134 S. Meri- 

NALTNER MARTIN, 207 Vir- 

NATIONAL HOTEL SALOON, 

J. Bussey, proprietor. 

O'Leary Jeremiah. 103 S. lUinjis. 

Oehler David, 48 Russell. 

PARLOR SALOON, 179 E. Wash- 
ington. 

PEARSON JOHN & CO. (House 
of Lords), 78 W. Washington. 

Poehler L., cor. Rav and Moridian. 

POLSTER FREDERICK, 144 
Indiana av. 

Quin John T, 245 W. Maryland. 

Redmond Thomas, 346 W. Washington. 

Reichwein P., 50 N. Noble. 

REINMAN REIN HART, 252 E. 
Washington. 

REITZ FRANK R., 15G E. Wash- 

RENARD EUGENIE, 299 E. 

Washington. 
RHODIUS MRS. GEORGE, 15 

N. Meridian. 
Richter Wm., 418 Virginia av. 
Rosebrook T. W., 178 Virginia av. 
Rupp John, 201 Kentucky av. 
S.into Edward, cor. Indiana av. and 

North. 
?chaub Ilenrv, 108 W. Washington. 
SCHETTER CHRISTIAN, 99 E. 

Sourh, cor. Delaware. 
SCHURICH FRED., W. Indianapo- 

Schericho Charles, 524 S. Meridian. 
Schwomeyer Charles, 397 S. Meridian. 
Seidensticker Frederick, 248 N. Noble. 
Seimau Fidel, 211 W. Washington. 
Seitz Charles, 110 S. Ill nois. 
SEITZ FRED., 117 S. Illinois. 
SELKING WILLIAM, 33 N. Penn- 
sylvania 
SHEPHERD JAS. McB., 179 E. 



SMITH HENRY, 131 W. Washing- 



Sponsel George, 231 S. Delaware. 
Sweeney H., SI &. Illinois. 



SAS 



SHE 



THE CHINA TEA STORES 

Are very handsomely decorated with 
Accurate Vie'^s anti Scenes 

< HINESE LIFE AND SCEiVEKY. 

Call and see them before leaving the City. 

THOMPSON J. FRED. ipper), 

3:3 N. Illinois, 
Uprlegraff U, cor. St. Clair find Plum. 
WACHSTETTER JACOJ, lu4 W. 

Wnshineiou. 
WALSH W. J. 294 S. Delaware. 
Walter Georpp, 248 N. South. 
WASHINGTON HALL, Pliilip 

Farhncli proiTietor. 
WELSH MAURICE, (Senate), 80 

V,'. W.iMiiiifflon. 
WELSH PATRICK, (Bank), 23 W 

Wiishintton. 
Whitehead William, 430 W. Washington 
Wilthoff F., 329 liidiiinaav. 
Wolf C, 176 S, Illinois. 
ZeigelmuUer H., 59 N. Alabama. 

Sasli, Doors and Blinds. 

(See also Planing AiUs and Lumber Deal- 



BUILDEES' AND MANUFAC- 
TURERS' ASSOCIATION, 

22.5 N. lleb.Wiire, 
BYRKITT M. & SONS, cor. Geor- 

EMERSON, BEAM& THOMP- 
SON. -'J.'. W. Market. 

HILL GKORGE W., cor. Georgia 
and Knst. 

TATE WARREN, 38 S. New Jersey. 

\Vheatlev H. 11., cor, Sotith anil Delaware. 



Saw Manufacturers. 

SHEFFIELD SAW WORKS, 210 

to 21tj S. Illinois, E. C. Aikius & Co., 
proprietors. 
SINKER ALFRED T., proprietor 
American Saw Works, cor. Pennsyl- 
vania and Georgia. 

Saw Mills. 

HILDEBRAND & KEPPLE, cor. 

Indian,i av. and Canal. 
Long & .loseph, cor. Walnut and Lafayette 

R. R. 
MABSEE J. & SON, New Jersey, 

nr. Eiiilroid. 
Presaley J. T., cor. Louisiana and West. 



Saw Mills. 

{Manufacturers of.) 



Chandler & Taylor, 370 W Wnsliington. 
EAGLE MACHINE WORKS, E, 



Saws. 

{Mulei/, Circular and Cross Cut.) 

ATKINS E. C. * CO., 210 S, lUi- 

SINKER ALFRED T., cor. Penn- 
sylvua.iaud Georgia. 

Scales and Balances. 

Gallup E. P. & W. P., 42 N. Tennessee. 

Second-Hand Stores. 

Apolehy R., 171 W. Washington. 
Bei^son David, 206 S. Illinois. 
Cohen A., 31 S. Illinois. 
Garralt A., 257 r.. Wnshington. 
Marot John R, 87 E. Washington. 
Smith G. B., 78 S, Delaware. 
WINTER I. N., 17 Virginia av. 

Seed Stores. 

[See AgricuUural and Seed Stores.) 

Sewing Machines. 

BUTTON HOLE,- (over seaming) 
Fagati & Uoss, agents, IS N. Dela- 
ware. 

DOMESTIC, L, B. Walker, agent, 58 
N, Illinois. 

FLORENCE, J. W. Smith, agent, 27 
N. Pennsylvania. 

GROVER & BAKER, Wiley & Van 
Bnren agents, 21 E. Washington. 

HOWE, Olin & Foltz, agents, 21 N 



nsyl 



SINGER, Josselyn Brothers, dealers, 
74 W. Washington. 

WEED, James Skardon & Son, agents, 
42 N. Pent sylvania. 

WHEELER & WILSON, William 
Sumner & Co., ageuis, 10 W. Wash- 
ington. 

Sheet Iron Dealers. 

COTTRELL THOMAS, 177 E, 

Washington. 
COX THOMAS, 21 E. Georgia. 



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Sheet Iron Worker. 

cox THOMAS, 24 E. Georgift. 

Show Case Maniifacturers. 

BeiUlinfpr G.. 5 Virg:inia nv. 
KAUFMAN CHARLES, 14 N. 

DeUwaie. 

Silver-PIatefl Goods. 

ADAMS G. F. & C(3 , 3J S. Meri 

dm II 
WOODBRIDGE JOHN & CO., 

12 W. Wasbiiiglo... 

Silver Platers. 

(See also Fiaters in Silver and Gold.) 

Soap Manufacturers. 

Bergiiinn Frank, S. end West. 

Soda Water Maniifactnrers. 

(&e Mimral Water.) 



Stair Builders. 

Aldricli John U., 73 E. Wnfliington. 
Dea J,inliis .Joseph. 464 Virginia av. 
SHOVEB & CHRISTIAN, 124 E. 
Vermont. 

Starch Manufactory. 

Dnion Starch Factory, E. end New York. 

Stares and Headings. 

Bnnte & Dickson, 387 E, Market, 
Carei- J. S. &. Co, W. end Georgia. 
McKendry J., cor. Pratt and Lafayette 

MAY ANDREW, 102 S. East. 

Steam Engines. 

(See Engine Builders.) 

Stencil Cutters. 

Walker Edward, 25 W. Washington. 

Stocking Manufacturers. 

Funke F. W., 90 E, W»ahington. 
Raufie & Riemenschneider, 84 E. Waah- 
ington. 

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EXOUR. WII.LSENOUB. 

J. SENOUR & CO., 

CITY SHOE STORE, 

I\o. 5 West ^Vasliing^ton St., 

Inrtianapolis, Ind, 



Stone Masons. 

Rcnard John, 321 E. New York. 

Richter & Rros., 310 Virginia av. 

Yost Thomns, cor. Tennessee and South, 



Stone Yards. 

Farman Frank, Kentneky av. nr. Canal. 

GodJavd Samuel, cor. Georgia and Missis- 
sippi. 

Scott & Nicholson, cor. Kentucky av. and 
Canal. 

SMITH, ITTENBACH & CO., 
tAO squares K. of Noble, bet. Harri- 
son and Lord. 

Stone and Crockery Ware. 

HOLLWEG & REESE, 90 and 92 

S. .Meridian. 
WILES THOMAS, 25 E. Georgia. 

Storage and Commission. 

[See Commission Merchants.) 

Stoves. 

[Mamifacturers.) 

ROOT D. & CO., Foundry, 183 S. 
Pennsylvania ; ffareroom, 66- E. 
Washington, 

Stoves and Tin-Ware. 

(See also Tin, Copper and Sheet- Iron 
Workers.) 

Adams G. F. & Co., 32 S. Meridian. 
Cox Charl.'s, 57 W. Washington. 
Engle & Hunt, 405 N. Alabama. 
Frankem I. L., 34 B Washington. 
KUNZ & RICHMOND, 229 E. 

Washington. 
Lamalle .loseph, 192 Massachusetts av. 
McOUAT R. L. & A. W„ ei and 63 

W, Washmgion. 
Mnr'in & Meyers 157 W. Washington. 
MUM SON & JOHNSTON, 62 B. 

Washington. 
ROOT DELOSS & CO., 66 E. Wash- 

ingtoQ. 



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Have Ihe NAME of being tbo 

MOST ATTRACTIVE STORES IN THE WEST. 

tVo. 7 Odd Fellows Hall 
AC4DEnV OF music COItNCK. 



TUTEWILER BROS., 74 E. Wash- 
VCEGTLE JACOB, 103 E. Washing- 

lon. 
Wolfrom Bios., 197 E. Washington. 

Straw Goods. 

( Wholesale.) 
CARR & ALVEY, 6 W. Waahing- 

COPELAND J. W. & CO,, 116 S. 

Meridian. 
FAHNLEY & McCREA, 131 S. 

Meridian. 

Straw Goods. 

( Wholesale and Retail.) 

BAMBERGER H., 16 E. Washing- 

COPEL ANn J. W., 8 E. Wasliington. 
DAVIS ISAAC & CO., 12 E. Wasli- 

ingioii. 
Sea;on E. A., 20 W. W..shington. 

Surgical Institute. 

INDIANA SURGICAL INSTI- 
TUTE, fie. cor. Georgia and llli- 
noia. 

Surgical Instrnments. 

BROWNING & SLOAN, 7 and 9 

E. Washington. 
SteffiiJS E., Hubbard's bik. 

Tailors. 

(Merchant.) 

BECKER & HUBER, 77 E. Wash- 

ingion. 
Bristol A, 170 E. Wasliington. 
Budenz Louis, Mozirl H.ill. 
Cl.nk William H, .58 N. Illinois. 
GRAIN W. N., 32 W. Washington. 
Eiig:is H , 113 S. Illinois. 
GRISTNEB A. J., 171 E. Washing- 

GCE3PPEE F. & CO,, 17 E. Washing- 



GR\MLING J. & P., 3-5 E. Wash 

iiieiori. 
GRAY GEORGE W., 27 Kentucky 

GRAY STEPHEN & CO., 14 N. 
PeiMisylvaiiia. 

Green George, 32 N, renn.sj-lvania. 

HALL E. A., 31 N. PennsylTania. 

HEITKAM GEORGE H., 8 W. 
W:isliingion. 

Holtz Georpe & Co., 124 S. Illinois. 

HURRLE IGNATZ, 170 E. Wash- 
ington. 

Jacliiiian Herman, 2-37 E Washington. 

KELLYP,40 S. Illinois. 

Melville R. B., 24 Kentucky av. 

MORITZ BROTHERS, 19 W. 
Washington. 

MOSSLER L. L & BROTHERS, 
37 E Washington. 

Peterson Brothers. 2.58 S. Delaware. 

PORTER THEO. R., over 24 W. 
Washington. 

ROTH & MEIER, 198 E. Waahing- 

RUPP WILLIAM F., 38 W. Wash- 

S.iil.irs'".), .M., 156 W. Washington. 
Scl.ildmeyer Fred,, 182 E. Washington. 
STAUB JOSEPH, 2 Odd Fellows' 

Hall. 
Steinman .John, 3:2 Virginia av. 
Treat S riafiin, 3(1 N. Pennsylvania. 
WHITE & FERGUSON, room 3 

Blackfoid's blk. 



Tanners' Oil. 

Dielz & Reisner, 17 S. Delaware, 
Fishback John, 125 S. Meridian. 
Moouey & Co., 147 S. Meridian. 

Tanners and Curriers. 

DOUGHERTY M. & CO., S. city 

limits, opp. Underbills mill. 
Fishhack John, .NHchigan rd., nw. city 

limits. 
Frenzel J, P., cor. Meek and Benton. 



Teas. 

( Wholisale.) 

LEE H. H., cor. Illinois and Ohio, and 

7 Odd Fellows' Hall. 
Millner & .^herwood, 27 .McNabh. 
Wiles Brothers & Co., 149 S. Meridian. 

Teas. 

(Retail.) 

HORN HENRY J., 174 W. Wash- 
ington. 



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LEE H. H., 7 Odd Fellows' Hull, and 
under Academy of Music. 

Tuttle G. P., cor. Market and Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Telegraph Companies. 

PACIFIC & ATLANTIC CO., 22 

S. Meridian. 
WESTERN UNION, Blackford's 
blk., branch office, Union Depot. 

Till, Copper and Sheet Iron. 

COTTREIiL THOMAS, 17T E. 

Wnsliinprlon, 
COX THOMAS J., 24 E. Georgia, 
Siumpf H, A„ 94 Indiana av. 

Tobacco Manufacturers. 

(See also Oignrs and Tobacco.) 

MADDEN THOMAS, 172 W. Cum- 
berland. 

Oliver ('h:,rles, 288 W, \V„shington. 

SMITH, REYNOLDS & 
THOMAS, 85 and 87 E. douth. 

Toys and Notions. 

( Wholesale and Retail ) 

BALDWIN J. H., G E Washington. 
HnniiinfierG. & E. 1 lo S. Ilhnois. 
MAYER CHARLES & CO., 2i» W. 

Wiislnngfou. 

Trunl(s, Traveling Bags and 
Valises. 

( Manufacturers and Dealers. ) 

Bogart James, 2 N. Meridian. 
Burton Man in, 39 S Meridian. 
Forby <\ M., 1U9 ti. Illinois. 
ROBINSON BROS., 20 and 22 

Virginia av 
SHILLING L. R.,55 W, Washington. 
Smith R. L. & Co., la^ S. Meridian. 

Turners. 

( Wood.) 

KOLB LOUIS, 23 E. South. 
Ingersoll Fr.iik, -259 E. Washington. 
Meyer Marlin, 19 S. Alabama. 

Umbrella Makers. 

Mayer John, 69 E. Washington. 



BENHAM BRO'S, 

3G East Washington St., 

Pianos, Organs and Melfdeons Tunet*, 
Mov eH and RepaireH. 

Undertakers. 

Giinsteiner George, 276 E Market. 
Hernvui F. .)-, 26 S. Delaware. 
LONG IWATHEW, 15 Circle. 
WEAVER & HEDGES, 30 N. Uli- 
nios. 

Upholsterers. 

(See also Furniture Mnfrs. and Dealers.) 

BAKER N. S., 73 E. Washington. 
GEBFIARD AUGUST, 117 E. 

Waslnnglon. 
Gibhs Wm, \'.. 78 E. Market. 
TANNER & PRESSEL, 76 Virgi- 

Wilkir.a & Co., 84 E. Maikel. 

Varnish Manufacturers. 

MEARS & LILLY, cor. MisMssippi 
and Kentucky av. 

Veterinary Surgeons. 

AUeby James, 21 F. Pearl. 

.Naviu John M , 163 W. W.ishington. 

Wasson A. W., 42 E. Maryland. 

Vinegar Manufacturers. 

Brand & Kreis, 198 V.. Wasliinglon. 
Wright Fiank, W. end New York. 

Wagon Makers. 

(See also Carriage Builders.) 

DREW S. W., E. Market Square. 
Fwiihi William, end Massnchnseits .av. 
Fell John, 42:^ S. Meridian 
INDIANAPOLIS WAGON & 

AGRICULTURAL WORKS, 

172 S. Tenni'ssee. 
Miller Lewis, 478 E. Washington. 
.\lunsell Henry, cor. .^lass-icliuselts av. 

and Plum. 
Van liliricnm Jesse, 231 W. Washington. 
Vanlassar W., 144 Fori, Wayne av. 
1 Wh( 



fheling C, 234 S. Delaware. 



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CINCINNATI DAILY PAPERS. 



Wagon Yards 

(See itho Livery and Feed Stables.) 

Gates, Pniv & Co.. E. Mntkel Square. 
Mills & Hollingsworlh, 277 W. Washing- 
Stout F. & Son, 163 W. Washiugton. 

Wagon and Carriage Material 

rase, Pnrkei- & Co., 84 W. W.nsliinglon. . 
f)sgood, Sinitli & Co., --'30 S. Illinois. 

Wall Paper & Window Sliadesj. 

Gnll & RiHl,. 101 E Wnslinglon. 

lliime. .XciMuis,!! Co., 2(; anri 28 W. AVasli- 

inglon. 
BOLT. WM. A., 3S 8. Illinoi«.. 
WILDER C. P., 2G E. Wr.shington. 

Watclies, flocks and Jewelr 

BINGHAM W. P., U) E. tVnsl.ii.g. 

CRAFT & CUTTER, 24 E. WasL- 

Davis Ceuige, 3',1 W. Wnsliiiigton. 

1). I' rick lliiirles, 60 N. Pci.iisylviinia. 

FELLER GEORGE, 226 E. WasL- 

iiigi-un. 
Ferguson C. A., 7 W. Washington. 
Forb-s J. R , 34 Virginia av. 
FRENCH C. G., 13 N, .Meridian. 
Kfiter tj. F. & Son, 2 Odd Fellows Hall 
McLENE & HEBRON, 1 Bates 

House hldg. 
Oehler Andrew, 20 S. Delaware, 
Oeliler Unman. 183 W. Wa' 
PAULMAN E. L.. 114 
Philips liius., -i-i W. Washinglou. 
.^Inslier Henry, 190 W. Washington, 
Vance J. J., 410 S. Meridian. 
Weher F., 43 S. Illinois. 
Zurabush T., 'J3 E. Washingloa. 



iigton. 



2 zm 

Wigs, Ton pees, Etc. 

Medina J. F., 33 W. Washington. 

Willow Ware. 

( Wholesale and Retail) 

MAJOR STEPHEN T., 342 E- 

Washinz.nn 
MAYER CHARLES & CO , 29 W. 

Washingiou. 
Ohleyer George, 456 S. Meridian. 

Window Glass. 

{ Wholesale and Retail.) 



BROWNING & SLOAN, 7 and i 

K. Wa^hiiigtnti. 
OVER E. & CO., 82 



84 S. Me- 



Wood Carver. 

Ludwig Louis, 269 E. Washington. 

Wood Yard. 

. Indiana av. and 



Aldrich & Ga. 
Canal. 



Wool Dealers. 



Geisendorff & Co., 402 W. Washington. 
-Merriit & Coughlen, W. end Washinglan. 



Woolen Jlills. 

Geisendorff & Co., 402 W. Washington. 
.Merritt & Coughlen, W. end Washington. 

Woolen Mill Jlachinery. 

Dickson C. & Co., 49 N. Tennessee. 
Howe & Converse, 372 W. Washington. 
Merritt & Coughlen, W, end Washington. 

Zinc, Copper, Etc. 

Cottrell Thomas, 177 E. Washingtoo. 



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^WITED STATES GOVERNMENT. INDIANA STATE GOVERNMENT 

The twenty-first Presidential term of 
four yenrs begun on the 4th of March, 
1869, and will expire on the 3d of March, 
1873. 

U. S. GRANT, of Illinois, President. 

SCHUYLER COLFAX, of Indiana, 
Vice President. 

HA. MILTON FISH, of New York, Sec- 
retary of State. 

GEORGE S. BOUTWELL, of Massa- 
■chnsetts, Secretary of (he Treasury, 

WILLPAM W, BELKNAP, of Iowa, 
Secretary of War. 

GEORGE M. ROBlilSON, of New Jer- 
sey, Secretary of the Navy. 

J. D. COX, of Ohio, Secretary of the 
Interior. 

JOHN A. J. CRES\fELL, of Maryland, 
Poslm.aster General. 

E. R. HOAR, of Massachusetts, Attor- 
ney General. 



UNITED STATE OFFICES IN INDI- 
ANAPOLIS. 

United States Internal Revenue, Sixth 
District, Indiana. 

Assessor— William M. VViles. 

Assistants — L, M. Phipps and Love H. 

Jameson. 
Chief Clerk— H.J. Craft; Office, room 14 

P. (). building. 
Colie.-ior — Charles F. Hogate. 
Depuiy — James King; Office, room 15 P. 

O h.nldine. 
Regisier — Edmund Browning ; Office, 

TOi.rii 8 P. 0. building. 
Recover- G. M. Ballard. 

United States Marshal's Office. 

United States M.arshal — Benjamin J. 
Spooner; Office, rwm P, 0. building. 

Deputies— I. S. Bigelow, W. 0. David, 
_ John C. Spooner and H. N. Bigelow. 

United States Commissioner — Eben W. 
Kimball; Office, 46 E. Washington. 

Supervisor Interna'l Revenue, (For Indi- 
ana), — G. B. Williams; Officfe, room 4 
Vinton's block. 

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CONRAD BAKER, Go 

WILLIAM CUMBACK, Lieutenant 
Governor. 

JOHN COMMONS, Governor's Secre- 
tary. 

MAX F. A. HOFFMAN, Secretary of 
State. 

JOHN D. EVANS, Auditor of State. 

NATHAN KIMBALL, Treasurer of 
State. 

B. C. HOBBS, Superintendent of Pub- 
lic Instruction. 

M. G. McLAIN, State Librarian. 

D. E. WILLIAMSON, Attorney Gen- 
erai 

JOHN G. GREENWALT, Adjutant 
General, 

Indiana Courts. 

SUPREME COURT meets at the Supreme 
Court Rooms (State Building) sw. cor. 
Washington and Tennessee, on the 4th 
Mondays in May and November. Chief 
Justice, Charles A. Ray, Indi'inapolis; 
Judges, J. T. Elliott, Newcastle, James 
S. Fi-azer, Warsaw, Rubert Gregory, 
Lafayette; Attorney General. D. E. 
Williamson, Greencastle; Sheriff, Cyrus 

J. Dobts, Indianapolis; Deputy, ; 

Clerk, Theodore W. McCoy, Jefferson- 
ville; Deputy, J. M, Judah, Vinoen- 
nes; Reporter, James B. Black, Indian- 
apolis. 

UNITED STATES CIRCUIT COURT 
meets 1st Tuesdays in May" and No 
vember at the United States building. 
Circuit court held by Hon. David Davis, 
Asst. Justice of the United States Court! 
Hon Thomas Drummond and Hon. W 
Q. Gresham, District Judges, Clrek, 
John H, Howland. 

UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT 
meets same time and place. 



County Officers. 

Clerk— Wm. C, Smock. 

Deputies— G. F. Rooker, D. C. Gr 
field, R. W, Smock, S. L, Harvey an 
C, Corbaley. 



THE CHINA TEA STORES 

ARE AT 

No. 7 ODD FELLOWS HALL 

AND 

ACADEMY OF MUSIC CORNER. 



Sheriff— Geo. AV, Parker. 
Deputies— .h Klliott and H. C. Adams. 
Treasurer — Frank Erdelmeyer. 
Vrputy—S. F, Riley. 
Auditor — George F, MeGinnis. 
Deputies— F. W. Hamilton and E. M, 
Wiliuington. 

Hecorder-yim. J. Elliott. 



Board of County Comr 



loners. 



Joseph K. English, Center township; 
Lorenzo VanScyoc, Washington town- 
ship; .\aron Mc'Jray, Wiiyne township. 

Court Bailiffs— S. R. Shea, T. D. Amos, 
L. L. McFadden. 



Township Trustees. 

Center— Vyrxii C. Heizer. 
Decatur— J. J. Billingsley. 
FraiiHin — James L. Thompson, 
Laurence — Samuel Cory. 
Derry— John E. Griffith. 
Pike — James H. Kennedy. 
ir«rrfn— William Hunter. 
M'ushinglon — U. A. HairerBtick. 
M'ayne — Ale.^ander Jameson, 



County Courts. 

MARION I IVll. CIRCUIT roURTmeets 
;ld Jlond.iy in every February, 4th 
.Monday in May, 3d Monday in Septem- 
ber, and 1st Monday in December at 
the Court House; length of term six 
weeks;*Judge, Cyrus C. Hines; Prose- 
cuting Attorney, Howe, Clerk, W. 

C. Smock. 

MARION CRIMINAL CIRCUIT COURT 
meets 1st Mondays in January and 
July at the Court House. Judge, Geo. 
H. Chapman; Prosecuting Attorney, 
John S.. Duncan; Clerk, Wm. C. 
Smock. 

COM M ON PLEAS COURT meets Ist Mon- 
days in Februrry, /\pril, September 
and November at the Court House; 
leugth of term six weeks. Judge, Sol- 
smon Blair; Prosecuting Attorney, Wil- 
liam Iivin; Clerk, Wm. C. Smock. 



CITY GOVERNMENT. 



DANIEL MACAULEY, Mayor. {Ter. 
Expires May, 1871.) 



J. G. 



C&ri— Daniel M. Ransdell. 
Deputies-}. R. Cliuion aad 



Treasurer — Robert S. Foster. 
Deputy — John W. Coons. 
Attorney— V,-sxox^ K. Elliott. 
Engineer — R. M. Patterson. 
Assessor— William Hadley. 
Marshal — George Taffe. 
Street Commissioner — .August Bruner, 
Chief Fire Enyineer—Y)An\e\ Glazier. 
Chief of Police— tieavy Paul. 
Lieutenant of Police — James N. Stevens. 
Gas Inspector. — George H. Fleming. 
Market Master — James ¥. Mardyck. 
Sealer — S. B. Morris. 
Sezton — James H. Hedges. 
Printer— i. 6. Douglass. 

CITY CODNCILMES. 

First Ward — Leon Kahn and John S. 
Newman. 

Second Ward—T. C. Harrison and D. 
W. Wiles. 

Third Ward—}. H. Woodburn and W, 
W. Weaver. 

Fourth Ward — Erie Locke and Isaac 
Tbalman. 

Fifth WWrf— Edward Reagan and 
James B. McShepherd. 

Sixth Forrf— Austin H. Brown and R, 
Kenuinglon. 

Seventh Ward — J. Marsee and Thomas 
Cottrell. 

Eighth Ward—C. E. Whitsitt and 
Christopher Heckman. 

Ninth Ward — John Py}e and Frederick 
Thorns. 

STANBINO COMMITTEES. 

Accounts and Claims — James H, Wood- 
burn, L Kahn, and C. Heckman. 

Benevolence and Hospitals — J. H. Wood- 
burn, W. W, Weaver, and E. Reagan. 

Bridges — Erie Locke, J. L. Jlareee, and 
Austin H. Brown. 

Finance — J. S. Newman, J. H. Wood- 
burn, T. Cottrell, A. H. Brown, and 
Isaac Thalman. 

Fire Department — John L. Marsee, Isaac 
Thalman, and Edward Reagan, 

Gaslight-V/. D. Wiles, Leon Kahn, and 
R. KenningtoD. 

Judiciary — J. S. Newman, T. C. Harri- 
son, and Thomas Cottr«ll. 

Markets— John Pyle, W. W. Weaver, 
and Robert Kennington. 



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Police— ]oUn Miu-see, J. H. Woodburn, 
and W. D. Wiles 

'Priming and Stationery — Fred Thoma, 
T. 0. Hanison, .uid A. H Brown. 

Fublic Buildings-'^. W, Weaver, John 
P^le. and .1, B. MoShepherd. 

Public Schook — T. C, Harrison, Isaac 
Tli'ilinan, and (\ E. Whitsitt. 
. Jiailroads—W . D. Wiles, Fred Thorns, 
and J. B. McShepherd. 

Revision of Ordinances— T . C. Harrison, 
Erie Locke, and Thomas Cottrell. 

Sewerage — J. L. Mkrsee, Erie Locke, 
and C. E. Whilsiit. 

Siriets and Alleys —\siia.c Thalman, .1. 
L. Miusee, and 0. Heckm^.n. 

Water Works— h. Kahn, W. D. Wiles, 
and 0. Heckmau. 



INDIANAPOLIS BOARD OF TRADE. 



W. f. TARKINGTON, President. 
JAMES C. FERGUSON, First Vice Pres't. 
GEORGE llERKITT, Second Vice Pres't. 
JOHN FISHBAOK, Third Vice Pres't. 
J. BARNARD, Secretary. 
JOHN W. MURP ly. Treasurer. 

BOARD OF DTREOTORS. 

■Joseph D. PattisoQ. Millon M. Landis, 

Thnni- D. Kingan. George K. Share. 

John M. Caldwell John W. Murphy. 

K \i Martindale. Robert Connelly. 

O.ivid Gibson. S. V. B. NoeL 

E. 'l'. Sinker. W. D. Wiles. 



Police Department. 

HENRY PAUL, Chief, 

JA.MES N. STEVENS, Lieutenant. 

POLICEME.V — DAY. 

First H'urrf-Rohert B. Barbee. 
Second Warrf— Jesse T. .Murphy. 
Third JFarrf—Hannibal Taffe. 
Fourlh Pforrf— Willam Bolen. 
Pi/th ir«r-rf— Jnhn L Briwn. 
Sixth Ward—Omev B, Boardman. 
Seventh ir«n/— 'I'lioiuas .s. Wilson. 
Eighth ir«rrf— William Williams. 
mnth ^TuT-rf— Laven iM. Russell. 

POLICEMAN — NIGHT. 

First TFard— Thomas Dain, Samuel Bar- 
ker. 

Second Ward — Oeorge Buser, John A. Mc- 
Kinney. 

TJiird Ward — Allen Thor.nbrough, Isaac 
N. Aldiich. 

Fourth TFuri^ -Charles D. McCoy, Albert 



BENHAM BRO'S, 

36 East -Washington St., 
mOUNAPOUS MANUFAOTUBINC CO.'S 

J^ I ^ IV o s , 

ELEGANT IN TONE AND FINISH, 

I )urable in. Construction. 



Fi/lh Ward— Samael Buser, Asbury P. 

Wright 
Sixth JTar-rf— Robert Campbell, ^Joseph P. 

Duvall. 
Seventh Ward — Hubbard S. Adams, George 

Sponsel. 
Eighth Ward— Xhel E. Catterson, Michael 

Louney. 
Ninth Ward — George Thomas, Paulin Len- 

dormie. 



FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

DANIEL GLAZIER, Chief. 

Engine Co. No. 1, south side Washington 
bet. West and California. 

Engine Co. No. 2. junction New York, 
Delaware and Massachusetts av. 

Engine Co. No. 3, south side South bet, 
Delaware and Alabama. 

Hook and Ladder Co. east side New Jer- 
sey bet. Market and Washington. 

Fire Alarm Telegraph Signals. 

L. B. YEATON, Superintendent. 



2 No. 2 Engine House, cor. Massachu- 

setts av. and New York. 

3 Corner East and New York. 

4 Hook and Ladder House, New Jer- 

sey nr. Washington. 

5 Spiegel, Thorns & Co-'s factory, S. 

East. 

5 Corner Washington and Noble. 

7 Corner Davidson and New York. 
1 — 2 Corner Noble and .Michigan. 
1 — 3 Corner Noble and Massachusetts av. 
1 — 4 Corner East and Mapsachustts av. 
I — 5 Corner New Jersey and Fort Wayne 

1_6 Corner Delaware and Ft. Wayne av 

1_7 Corner Pennsylvania and Pratt. 

1 — 8 Blind Asylum. 

2 — 1 Corner Tennessee and St. Clair. 

2—3 Michiganbet. Meridian and Illinois. 

2 — 4 Tennessee bet. Vermont and .Mich- 
igan. 

2—5 Corner Illinois and Indiana av. 

2—6 Corner New York and Canal, Hel- 
wig's Mill. 

2—7 Corner West and Inliana av. 

2^8 Corner Lafayette B.R. and Si. Clair. 



APPENDIX. 



H. H. LEE 



MAKES A SPEClAtTV 'OF 



Choice Green, Black &. Japan Teas. 

3—1 No. 382 Indiana av. 

3 — 2 Corner Blake and Michigan. 

3 — 4 Corner Douglass and New York. 

3—4 Frank Wright's Brewery. 

3— -5 Cotton Factory nr. RiTer. 

3 — 6 Geisendorff's Woolen Factory nr. 

i liver. 
3 — 7 No. 1 Engine House, Washington 

bet. West and California. 
4 — 1 Corner West and Kentucky av. 
4 — 2 Corner Georgia and Mississippi, 

Coburn & Jones' Lumber Yard. 
4 — 3 Corner Washington and Tennessee. 
4 — 5 Corner Illinois and Louisiana, 

Spencer House. 
4 — 6 Illinois and Garden, Osgood & 

Smith's. 
4 — 7 Corner Illinois and McCarty. 
5 — 1 Corner Meridian and Ray. 
5 — 2 Corner Delaware and McCarty. 
5 — 3 Corner East and Uicking. 
5 — 4 Corner Virginia av. and Bradshaw. 
5 — 6 Corner Virginia av. and Noble. 
5 — 7 Corner Georgia and Benton, 
6—1 No. 16 Fletcher av. 
6 — 2 No. 3 Engine House, South bet. 

Delaware and Alabama. 
6—3 Gas Works 

5 — 4 Corner Pennsylvania and Georgia. 
6—5 Watch Tower, Glenn's Block. 
6 — 7 Corner Delaware and Washington 
7—1 No. 185 New Jersey, Chief Engi. 

neer's. 



SCHOOLS. 

PUBLIC. 

The city free schools are under the 
general management of a Board of three 
Trustees, elected by the Common Council, 
A, C Shortridge being clerk of the Board 
and Superintendent of the public schools. 
Office of the Board and Superintendent, 
in the High School building, corner Mar- 
ket ani Circle. 

SCHOOLS AND TEACHERS. 

First District, cor. Vermont and New 
Jersey, Ruth Morris, Principal. 

Second District, Delaware, bet. Vermont 
and Michigan, Jennie L. Lindley, Princi- 
pal. 



Third District, New York, bet. Illinois 
and Tennessee, Ada B. Plum, Principal. 

Fourth District, (old house, col'd) Mar- 
ket, bet. West and California, M. L. Ma- 
hurin. Principal, 

Fourth District, (new hoHse) cor. Mich- 
igan and Blackford, A. P. Funnelle, 
Principal. 

Fi/ih District, Maryland, bet. Canal 
and Mississippi, E. T. Ford, Principal. 

Fifth District, (new housej Root, nr. 
West, M. A. McEnally, Principal. 

Sixth District, (new) Union, bet. Merrill 
and McCarty, Helen A. Davis, Principal. 

Sixth District, (old col'd) Pennsylvania, 
nr. South, Saiah Douglass, Principal. 

Seventh District, East, nr. Louisiana, 
Mary Ingersol, Principal. 

Fighth District. Virginia av, cor. Huron, 
Maria H. Jones Principal. 

N'inih District, (new) cor. Davidson 
and Michigan, Mary E. Perrott, Princi- 
pal. 

High School, cor. Market and Circle, 
William Bell, Principal. 

Court House Schooi. old Court House 
bldg., Henrie Colgen, Principal. 

SCHOOLS— (Colored.) 
Allen Chapel, Broadway, nr. Cherry, 
Fourth Ward, Market, bet. West and Cali- 
fornia. 

Public School, 180 W. Georgia. 
Mississippi School., 642 N. Mississippi. 

SCHOOLS— (Private.) 
German English, M.aryland, bet. Dela- 
German Evangelical, cor. East and Ste- 

German Lutheran, cor. East and Georgia. 

St. John's, (for boys) Georgia, bet, Illi- 
nois and Tennessee. 

. John's, (for girls) cor. Tennessee 
and Georgia. 

St. Mary's, (German Catholic) Mary- 
land, bet. Delaware and Pennsylvania. 

St. Peter's, Dougherty, nr. Virginia ay. 



CHURCHES. 

BAPTIST. 

First Baptist Church, ne. cor. New 
York and Pennsylvania. Rev. Henry 
Day, pastor. 

Garden Mission, ne. cor. Washington 
and Canal (up stairs.) . Sabbath School 
at nine o'clock A.M. H. Knippenberg, 
Supt. 

Mission Chappel, cor. Noble and' South. 

African Baptist Church, .Michigan, bet. 
Indiana av, and West. 



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CATHOLIC. 

St. John's (Roman) Georgia, bet. Illi- 
nois and' Tennessee. Rev. Father Besso- 
nies, pastor. , 

St. Mary's, (German), Maryland, bet. 
Pennsylvania and Delaware. Rev. Father 
S. Sieprest, pastor. 

St. Peter's, Dougherty, nr. Virginia av. 
Rev. J. R, Fit: Patrick, pastor. 

CHRISTIAN. 

Christian Chapel, cor. Ohio and Dela- 
ware. Elder W. F. Black, pastor. 

Second Christian Church, cor. Missis- 
sippi and First. Rev. Mr. Conrad, pastor. 

Third Christian Church, Rev. A. Coun- 
cil, pastor. 

Fourth Christian Church, 330 Indiana 



CONGREGATIONAL, 
Mayflower Congregational Church, St. 

Clair cor. East. Rev. C. M. Saunders, 

pastor. 

Plymouth Congregational Church, cor. 

Circle and Meridian. 

EPISCOPAL. 

Grace Church, se. cor. St. Joseph and 
Pennsylvania. Rev. C. B. Davidson, D. 
D., rector. 

Christ Church, cor. Meridian and Cir- 
cle. Rev. B. Franklin, rector. 

Church of (he Holy Innocents, Fletcher 
av., ne. cor. Cedar. Rev. Geo. B. Engle, 
rector. 

St. Paul's Cathedral, cor. Illinois and 
New York. Rev. Treadwell Walden, 
rector. 

FRIENDS. 
Friends' Church, cor. Delaware and 
St. Clair, Enoa G. Pray, pastor. 

GERMAN EVANGELICAL. 

St. Paul's, New Jersey bet. Ohio and 
Market. 

German Reformed, Alabama bet. Wash- 
ington and Market. 

Zion's, Ohio bet. Meridian and Illinois 

HEW BREW. 

Jew.ish Synagogue, Market bet. East 

and New Jersey. Morris .Messing, Rabbi. 



St. Paul's cor. East and Georgia. 
First English, cor. Alabama and New 
York. Rev. W. W. Criley, pastor, 



BENHAM BRO'S, 

36 East Washington St., 
Pianos, Organs and Melodeons 

FUK 

CASH OR OIV TIMCE. 



METHODIST. 

Ames Methodist Episcopal Church, cor, 
Madison av. and Merrill. Rev, L. M. 
Walters, pastor. 

Allen Chapel, (African), Broadway 
bet. Christian av. and Cherry. 

Asbury Chapel, New Jersey, bet. Louis- 
iana and South. 

Bethel Chapel, (African), 180 W. Geor- 
gia. 

Grace Jlethodist Episcopal Church, cor. 
Market and East. Rev. J. W. Locke, D, 
D., pastor. 

Robert's Tabernacle, cor. Delaware and 
Vermont. Rev. F. C. Holliday, pastor. 

Strange Chapel, cor.'Michigan and Ten- 
nessee. Rev. J. W. T. McMuUen, pastor. 

Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church, 
cor. Alaljama and North. Rev. J. M. 
Crawford, pastor. 

Third Street Church, bet. Illinois and 
Tennessee. 

German Methodist, cor. New York and 
New Jersey. . Rev. G. Trefz, pastor. 

Meridian Street Church, cor. Meridian 
and New York. Dr. Bowman, President 
of Asbury University, pastor. 

PRESBYTERIAN. 

First Church, sw. cor. Pennsylvania 
and New York. Rev. R. D. Harper, D.D., 
pastor. 

Second Church, cor. Pennsylvania and 
Vermont. Rev. Hanford A. Edson, 
pastor. 

Third Church, cor. Illinois and Ohio. 
Rev. Robert Sloss, pastor. 

Fourth Church, cor. Delaware and 
Ma'rket. Rev. W. W. Sickles, pastor. 

Fifth Church, Blackford, nr. Michigan. 
Rev. W. B, Chamberlain, pastor. 

Sixth Church, (Olivet Mission), se. cor. 
Union and McCarty. Rev. L. A. Aldrich, 
"pastor. 

Seventh Church, Elm, nr. Cedar. Rev. 
J. B. Brandt, pastor. 

Reformed Church of Covenanters, South 
bet. East and Noble. Rev. John Crozier, 
pastor. 

United Church, Ohio, bet. Pennsylvania 
and Delaware. 

United Brethren, cor. New Jersey and 
Ohio. Rev. B. F. Morgan, pastor. 



Dealer in 

Teas, Coffees, Sugars & Spices, 

No. ZOUD FELLOvVS HALL 

AND 
ACADEMY OF MUSIC CORIVEK. 



Memorial Chapel, cor. Bellefontaine 
aud Christian av. 

UNITARIAN. 
Unitariiin services at the Academy of 
Music, Sunday morning at hiilf-past ten 
A.M. Rev. Henry Blanohard, pastor. 

UNIVERSALIST. 
Murray ("hurch, Masonic Hall. 
Second Church, .Michigan, bet. Illinois 
and Tennessee. 

MISSION. 

Illinois Street Church, cor, of Illinois 
and Phipps. 

YOUNG MENS CHRISTIAN ASSOCIA- 
TION. 

Prayer meetings every evening in the 
week from eight to a quarter of nine 
.o'clock, at the rooms of tlie Young Men's 
Christian Association, in Vinton's blk., 
sw. cor. Pennsylvania and iMarket, (un 
stairs.) ^ P 



CEMETERIES. 

fcity, on Bluff 



S. of South, 
iw. of city, ( 



Catholic, one mile S, 
rd., adjoining Hebrew. 

City, ws. Keniuoky a 

Oroicn mil, two mil 
trance Michigan rd. 

Greeti Lawn, ws. Kentucky a 
Louisiana and River. 

Hcbren; one mile S. of city, o 
rd. 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT. 
Indianapolis Ppst Office. 

POST OFFICE BUILDING. 

Located southeast corner Pennsylvania 
and Market. Open from 7:30 A.M. to 
6:30 P..\l.; Sundays from 9 A.M. to 10 
A.M. 

Post Master— W. R. Holloway. 

Assistant Post Master— John F. Wood. 

Money Order Clerks— E. P. Thompson 
and Geo. C. Brooks. 

Local Mail Agent— Wiiliam Boaz. 



Registry Clerks— B. F. Conner and E. K. 
Hart. 

Mail Carriers. 

FEEK DELI VEKY .SYSTE.M I.\ ADGURArED JDLT 
1st, 18(j9. 

Henry J. Brittain, Newion Hiime, N. B- 
Meek, Wm. B. bowdney, Andrew J.' 
Wells, J. B. Sulgiove, .M D. Hamilton, . 

E. .M.Spicer. w; H U'aii, wright, J D. 
Eagle, S. McHugh. T. B. Stapp, H. C. 
Evans, J. T. Plummer, J. B. West, W. 

F. Homberg, Geo. W. Sulgiove, W. R. 
Williams. 

Time of Arrival and Closing of Mails. 

All Mails are assorted for delivery, imme- 
diately upon their arrival at the office. 

East. 

VIA COLUMBUS & INDIANAPOLIS 
R. R.— New York, Washington, Phila- 
delphia, Ifarrisburg, Pittsburg, close 
6:30 and 10 P.M. 

Wheeling and Baltimore, close 10 P.AL 

Richmond, Columbus, O., and Dayiou, 0., 
close 11:30 A.M. and 10 P.M. 

VIA BELLEFONTAINE R. R.— Cleve- 
land, Buffilo, Albany, Boston, all of 
New England and Northern Ohio, close 
9 A.M. and 6:30 P.M. 

West. 

VIA TERRE HAUTE R R.— St. Louis, 
all Kansas. Colorado, Arizona, Idaho, 
New Mexico, California, Missouri, 
Southern and Central Illinois and 
Terre Haute, close 6:30 A. M. and 6:30 
P.M. 

TEHRE HAUTE W AY— Evansville, Vin- 
eennes and Southwestern Indiana, 
close 10 and 12:30 P.M. 

North. 



-All Michigan, Iowa, 
esota, Oregon, Mon- 



VIA PERU R. R 
Wisconsin, Mi 
tann, Utah, Chi 
Nebraska, Peru, Kokonio, Loaansport, 
Detroit and Canada, close 10:30 A.M. 
and 6:30 P.M. 

VIA LAFAYETTE R. R.— Quincy.Spring- 
field, Decatur, Blooininglon, Peoria, 
Jacksonville, Altica, Covington, close 
ir):.30 A.M. and 6:30 P.M. 

Lafayette, Fort Wayne and Toledo, close, 
6:30 P.M. 

South. 

VIA JEFFERSON VILLE R R.— All Texas 
Louisiana, Alabama, Georgia, Missis- 
sippi, Soulh (;a:.rl 111 \ k.i. sil^, l.nll'3- 
ville. New Albany, Jeffersonville, .Madi- 
son and Seymour, close 9 A..U. and 
6:30 P.M. 



VIA CINCINNATI R. R.— All Southern 

Ohio and Enstern Kentucky, close 9 A. 

M. and 6:30 P.M, 
VIA VINCINNES R. R.— Martinsville, 

West Newion, Valley Mills; Spencer, 

Gosport, Mooresville, Brooklyn, etc., 

close ri:30 V.M. 
VIA JUNCTION R. R.— Connersville, 
■" Rushville, Beech Grove, Morristown, 
■ Hamilton, 0., Oxford, O., Sugar Creek, 

Dnvisvill, Carrsville and Kinder, closj 

12:30 P.M. 

Horse Mails. 
WAVFRl.Y W AY— WHVcrly, Bh.ffCreek, 

find Glenn V^iiiley, daily, close, 7 A.M. 
CRAWFORDSVILLE WAY— BrownsT'le, 

Clermont, daily, close 12 M. 
New Ross, New EliZiibeth Junction, Pitts- 

boro' and Orili, Tuesdays and Fridays, 

close 12:30 P..\l. 

Rates of Postage. 

Letters to any part of the United 
Slates, 3 cents, for each J ounce or part 
thereof. 

Drop letters, 2 cents per each J ounce, 

Advertised letters, 1 cent, in addition 
to the regular raies. 

Valuable ledei-g mny be registered on 
application ai the office of mailing, and 
the p:iyment of a registration fee, not 
e.iceeling 20 cents. 

Transcieut newspapers, periodicals, 
pamphlets, blanks, proof sheets, book 
manuscripts, and all mailable primed 
matter, (except circulars and books.) 2 
cents for each and every 4 ounces; 
double these rates are charg,jd fc books. 

Unsealed circulars, (to or\e address), 
not exceeding three in number, 2 cents, 
and in the same proportion for a greater 
number. 

Seeds, cuttings, roots, etc., 2 cents for 
each i ounces or less quantity. 

All packages of mail matter, not 
charged with letter postage, must be so 
arranged that the same can be conven- 
iently examined by the Postmasters; if 
not, lelier poslage will be charged. 

No p^ickiige will be forwarded by mail 
which weighs over 4 pounds. 

All po.stage matter, for delivery within 
the United Slates, must be prepaid by 
stamps, except duly certified letters of 
soldiers and sailors. 

Weekly newspapers, (one copy only), 
sent to actual subscribers, within the 
county where printed and published, free. 

Letters to Canada and other British- 
North American Provinces, when not over 
3000 miles. 10 cents for each J ounce. 
When over 3000 miles, 15 cents, pre-pay- 
ment optional. 



«Dix. 267 

BENHAM BRO'S, 

36 East WasbinKton St., 

AGENTS FOR THE 

BURDETT ORGAN. 



Letters to Great Britain or Ireland, 12 
cents. Prepayment optional. 

Letters to France, 15 cents for each | 
ounce. Prepayment optional. 

Letters to other foreign countries, vary 
in rate, according to the route by which 
they are sent, and the proper information 
can be obtained of any Postmaster in the 
United State.". 



BANKS AND BANKING HOUSES. 

CITIZENS' NATIONAL BANK, W. C. 
Holmes, President, J. li. Haugh, Cashier, 
11 and 13 E. Washington. 

FIRST NATIONAL BANK, W. H.Eng- 
lish, President, J. C. New, Cashier, se, 
cor. Washington a.nd Meridian. 

FLETCHER'S BANK, (Fletcher & Co.) 
32 E. Washington. 

HARRISON A. & J. C, S., 15 E. Wash- 
ington, 

INDIANA BANKING CO., A.. W. 
Davis, President, 28 E. Washington. 

INDIANA NATIONAL BANK, Geo. 
Tousey, President, D. M, Taylor, Cashier, 
ne. cor. Washington and Meridian. 

INDIANAPOLIS BRANCH BANKING 
CO., (Sharpe & Fletcher), proprietors, 49 
E. Washington. 

' INDIANAPOLIS INSURANCE COM- 
PANY'S BANK, cor. Virginia av. and 
Pennsylvania. 

INDIANAPOLIS NATIONAL BANK, 
J. P. Haughey, President, A, F. Williams, 
Cashier, ne. cor. Washington and Penn- 
sylvania. 

MANSUR'S BANK, Isaiah Mansur, 
proprietor, 154 E. Washington. 

MERCHANTS' NATIONAL BANK, J. 
S.Newman, President, F. Baggs, Cash- 
ier, 48 E. Washington. 

PETTIT, BRADEN & CO., 3 Batea 
House. 

RITZl-NGER'S BANK, J. B. Rilzinger, 
proprietor, 14 E. Washington. 

WOOLEN, WRBB & CO., 31 W. Wash- 
ington. 



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APPENDIX. 



H. H. LEE 



Teas, Coffees, Sugars & Spices 

DIRECT FBOM THE 

Importers and Refineries, 

THUS SAVINO . 

HIS CUSTOMERS TWO OR THREE PROFITS. 



SECRET AND BENEVOLENT ASS'NS. 



Ancient and Honorable Order of Free 
and Accepted Masons. 

THE GRAND LODGE— Meets in the city 
of Indianapolis, at tlie GranJ Masonic 
Hall, West Washington street, south- 
east corner Tennessee, Tuesday after 
the fourth Monday in May, annually. 

, Grand Secretary's office in Grand Ma- 
sonic Hall. John M. Bramwell, R. W. 
G. S. of Indianapolis; Charles Fisher, 
R. W. G. T. of Indianapolis. 

THE GRAND CHAPTER— Meets annu- 
ally on the third Wednesday in Octo- 
ber. 

GRAND COUNCIL- R. and S. Masters. 
— Meets annually, on Tuesday before 
the third Wednesday in October. 

GRAND COMMANDERY— Meets on the 
first Tuesday in April. Charles Fisher, 
of Indianapolis, G. T.; John M. Biam- 
well, of Indianapolis, G. R. 

Subordinate Lodges in Indianapolis. 

A. AND A. SCOTTISH RITE— Meets in 
Yohn's hlk. 

CENTRE LODGE, NO. 23— Meets on the 
first Wednesday in each month, in the 
jEtna bldg. Joseph Solomon, W. M.j 
Charles Fisher, Sec. 

MARION LODGE, NO. 35— Meets on the 
third Wednesday in each month, in 
Masonic Hall. J. Saylor, W. M. ; John 
M. Bramwell, Sec. 

TEUTONIA LODGE, NO. 178— Meets on 
the second Wednesday in each month, 
in Mason Hall. Louis Helle, Sec. 

CAPITAL CITY LODGE, NO. 312— 
Meets on the first Tuesday in each 
month, in Mason Hall. G. H. Flem- 
ing, Sec. 

ANCIENT LANDMARKS LODGE, NO. 
319 — Meets on the first Thursday in 
each month, in iEtna bldg. E. Hart- 
well, Sec. 

MYSTIC TIE LODGE, W. D— Meets on 
the fourth Monday in each month, in 
Masonic Hall. W. S. Cone, Sec. 

INDIANAPOLIS CHAPTER, NO. 5— 
Meets on the first Friday in each 



month, in Masonic Hall. C. Fisher, 

Sec. 
INDIANAPOLIS COUNCIL, NO. 2— 

Meets on the first Monday in each 

month, in Masonic Hall. C. Fisher, 

Rec. 
RAPER COMMANDERY, NO. 1— Meets 

on the fourth Wednesday in each 

month, in Masonic Hall. Charles 

Fisher, Rec. 

ODD FELLOWS 
Independent Order of Odd Fellows. 

THE GRAND LODGE OF INDIANAP- 
OLIS — Holds its semi-annual commu- 
nication at Odd Fellows Hall, in the 
city of Indianapolis, on the third Tues- 
day of May and November, of each 
year. 

CAPITAL LODGE, NO. 124— Meets 
every Friday evening at Odd Fellows 
Hall. C. Roonp, Sec. 

CENTER LODGE, NO. 18— Meets every 
Tuesday evening, at Odd Fellows HaU. 
George P. Anderson, Sec. 

GERMANIA LODGE — Meets every 
Thursday evening at Odd Fellows 
Hall. P. Lehr, Sec. 

MARION ENCAMPMENT— Meets on the 
second and fourth iMonday in each 
month at Odd Fellows Hall. J. F. 
Wallick, Secretary. 

METROPOLITAN ENCAMPMENT, No. 
5. — Meets every first and third Mon- 
day in each month at Odd Fellows 
Hall. George D. Slants, Scribe. 

OLIVE BRANCH, (Rebecca Degree) 
LODGE. NO. 6.— Meets every Saturday 
evening. George D. Staats, Sec. 

PHILOXENIAN LODGE, No. 44— Meets 
every Wednesday evening at Odd Fel- 
lows Hall. W. S. Coen, Secretary. 

GOOD TEMPLARS. 

INDEPENDENT ORDER OF GOOD 

TEMPLARS— RIGHT WORTHY 

GRAND LODGE, 

RIGHT WORTHY GRAND LODGE OFFICERS. 

R. W.G. T.— J. H. Orne, Massachusetts 

R. W. G. C— W. S, Williams. C. W. 

R. W. G. V. T.— Fanny Woodberry, 111. 

R. W. G. S.— J. Spencer, Ohio. 

R. W. G. Tr.— John Campbell, Mo. 

R. W. G. Ch.— Rev. M. Parkhurst, Mass. 

R. W. G. M.— J. J. Hickman, Ky. 

R. W. G. D. M.— Lillie J. Robinson, Wis. 

R. W. G. I. G.— A. R. Leonard, Wis. 

R. W. G. 0. G.— D. R, Pershing, Ind. 

GRAND LODGE OFFICERS. 

G. W. C. T.— S. T. Montgomery, Kokomo. 



G. W. C— J. K. Rondall, Wabash. 

O.W.V, T.— Mollie Flnnner, Knightstown. 

G. W. S.— D. R. Persliing, Warsaw. 

G. W. Tr.— S. Johnson, Ccnterville. 

O. W. Cb.— W. H. Myers, Greensburg. 

0. W. M.— J. K. Bnlimie, Logansport. 

G. W. D. M. — Amanda Slewarr, Ireland. 

0. W. I. G.— J. G. McPhclcrs, Blooming- 
ton. 

G. w. 0. G.— J. Simpson, Folsomville. 

The next session to be held in Indian- 
apolis, the Ihird Tuesday in October, 

1870. 

INDIANA STATE TEMPERANCE ALLI- 
ANCE. 
Prcst.— Col. J. W. Ray, Indianapolis. 
Cor. Sec— Rev. J.V. R. Miller, Richmond. 
Rec.Sec. — Sylvester Johnson, Centeryille. 
Trcas.— J. 13. Abbett, Indianapolis. 
Gen. Agt. — C. Martindale, ludianapolig. 

L 0. 0. T.— NIGHTS, OF MEETING. 
The following aie Ihe times and places 

of meeting of the different Lodges in this 

city. Good Templars Tisiling the city, 

should avail themselves of the opportunity 

to attend. 

Gough Lodge — Monday evening. South- 
west corner of Washington and Penn- 
sylvania streets. 

Centre Lodge — Tuesday evening. South- 
west corner of Washington and Penn- 
sylvania streets. 

Xonhern Star Lodge — Wednesday even- 
ing. Southwest corner of Washington 
and Pennsylvania streets. 

Marion Lodge — Friday evening. Oyer 

Seventh Ward Grocery, corner New 

Jersey and Virginia avenue. 

Xharity Lodge — Wednesday evening. 

* Church between Illinois and liusael 



Way Lodge — Saturday evening. South- 
west corner of Waehinglon and Peutt- 
Bylvania streets. 

Franklin Lodge — Saturday evening. 
Southwest corner of Broadway and 
Cherry streets. , 

DRUIDS. 

OCTAVIAN GROVE NO. 3, U. 0. A. 
D. — Meets every Monday evening at 27 
B. Meridian. A. Dickman, Secy. 

HUM BOLT GRCJVE NO. 8, U. 0. A. 
D. — .Meets Wednesday evening of each 
week, at 27 S. .Meridian. Geo. Fahrion, 
Sec'y. 

SOCIETIES AND ASSOCIATIONS. 

BOTCHERS' ASSOCIATION. — Meets 
every Thursday evening. F. Borst, Sec'y. 

32 . 



iDis. £C9 

BENHAM BRO'S, 

36 East Washington St., 
AGENTS FOR THE 

BURDETT ORGAN. 



ECLECTIC MEDICAL ASSOCIATON". 
G. W.Pickerill, Sec'y; L. Abbelt, Tieas--. 

GERMAN TURNERS' GYMNASTIC 
ASSOCIATION.— Charles Koehne, I'rest ; 
J, W. Lceper, Sec'y. Meets first Wednes- 
day in every month at Turner Hall. 

GERMAN TUUN-VEREIN (Gymnas- 
tic Sociely) — John Rosenberg, I'rcsl. 

HARMUNIA (German Musical)— Meets 
on Monday and Wednesd ly evenings of 
each week at Marmont Hall. Aug. .Muel- 
ler, Director. 

HOME FOR FRIENDLESS WOMEN.— 
Tennessee, north of limiis. Officers: 
James Smith, Supl.; Sarah J. Smith, City 
Missionary; Susan L. Horney, Matron. 

INDIAN APOLIS ACAUEM V OF MEDI- 
CINE.—Meels at the rooms of the Young 
Jlen's Christian Association, Tuesday 
evening of each week. J. A. (^omingore, 
Prest.; Charles Wright, Sec'y. 

INDIANAPOLIS AI^N KERCH OR 
SOCIETV (German Musical)— Theodore 
Dingeldey, Prest.; F. Merz, Sec'y. Meets 
at Millers Hall, corner of Delaware and 
Pearl, on Tuesday evening of each week. 

LADIES' WORKING BAND (Con- 
nected with the Y. M. 0. A,)— Mrs. R. 0. 
Wiles, Prest.; Mrs. A, Clark, Sec'y. 
• MENDELSSOHN SOCIETY (.Musical) 
— Organized September, 18(57. — Regular 
meeting Wednesday evening at room 11 
.Martindale's blk. W. II. Churchman, 
Prest.; H. L. Ben ham, Sec' v. 

ORPHAN ASYLUM.— Mrs. Anna U. 
Johnson, Matron. 711 N. Tennessee. 

ST. JOHN'S HOME FOR INVALIDS. 
— Under charge of Iho Sisters of Provi- 
dence, 127 and 129 S. Tennnessee. 

YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSO- 
CIATION.— Rooms 1(5, 17, 18 and 19 
Vinton's blk., opp. Postoffice; organized 
November, 1854. W. A. Bell, Prest.; J. 
B. Brandt, Supt. 



KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. 

OFFICERS FOR THE YEAR 1S70. 

GttAND LOnCE. 

John B. Stumph, V. 0. P.;, John Caven, 
G. C; John L. Brown, V. G. C ; Charles 
P. Carty, G. R. and C. S.; Geo. F. Meyer, 
G. B.; John B. Ryan, 0. G.; George H. 
Swain, G. I. S; Charles Johns, 0. 0. S. 



270 APPE 

THE CHINA TEA STORES 

Have Iho NAME of bolDg tho 

MOST ATTRACTIVE STORES IN THE WEST. 

no. 7 Odd Fellows Hall 
ACADEMY OF MUSIC COKXER. 



MARIO.N LODGE XO. 1. 

Meets every Friday Eecning. 
John Cnven, V. P.; Cliarles P. Ciirty, 
W. C; George Brown, V. C; Charles H. 
Cox, R. and C. S.; 0. A. Uurlch, F. S.; 
Wm. M. Obermejcr, Banker; M. h. Sed- 
Jleraejer, Guide; J. L. Boston, J. S.; 
Morris Moslor, 0. S. 

OlIVE LRANCU LODGE, NO. 2. 
Meets every Saturday Evening. 
A. K. Miller, V. P.; Jot Elliott, W. C; 
J. H. Smithers, v. C; Y. F. Miller, R. 
and C. S.; N. S. Potter, F. S.; Henry 
Phillips, Banker; G. C. \V«hster, Guide; 
Jesse D. Haven, 0. S. 

STAR LODGE, NO. 7. 

Meets every Teusday Evening. 
W. M. Davis, V. P.; W. H. Hazelton, 
AV. C; Fred. J. Prail, V. C; Henry S. 
Keely, R. and C. S.; J. II. Leudlum, F. S.; 
Carlin Hamlin, Banker; Wm. Wicks, 
Guide; Cyrus B. Blue, I. S.; Joseph King- 
ham, 0. S. 

KCER.NEB LODGE, NO. 6. 

Meets every Monday Evening. 
John B. Stumph, V. P.; Geo. F. Meyer, 
W. C; Charles Lauer, V. C; Otto Boetti- 
cher, R. and C. C; Charles Schmidt, F. S.; 
Wm. Shenneman, Banker; Wm. Bansa, 
Guide; Henry Paul, I. S; Ch.-vrles Johns, 
0. S. 

AGRICULTURAL. 
Indiana State Board of Agriculture. 

Hon. J. D. Williams, President. 

John Sutherland, Vice-President. 

Joseph Poole, Secretary. 

Carlos Dickson, Treasurer. 

J. S. Benson, General Superintendent. 

MEMBERS OP TUE STATE BOARD OF AGRI- 
CULTCRE. 

First District, L. A. Burke, Kew Har- 
mony. 

Second District, Hon. J. D. Williams, 
Wheatland. 



Third District, John C. Shoemaker, Can- 
nelton. 

Fourth District, Q. A. Buskirk, Bloom- 
inglon. 

Fi/th District, Benjamin North, Rising 
Sun. 

Sixth District, T, V. Mitchell, New Sa- 
lem. 

Seventh District, Jacob Muniz, Edin- 
bur?. 

Eighth District, Hon. W. C. Donaldson, 
Montezuma. 

Ninth District, Hon. A. D. Hamrick 
Hamrick's Station. . 

Tenth Dislrcit, Alexander Heron, Con- 
nersviUc. 

Eleventh District, Wm. Grim, Anderson. 

I'wel/thfDistrict, Joseph Poole, Attica. 

Thirteenth District, H. CaldwoU, Wa- 
bash. 

Fourteenth District, Stephen Davidson, 
Rochester. 

Fifteenth District, John Sutherland, La- 
porte. 

Sixteenth District, I. D. G. Nelson, Fort 
Wayne. 

Fair Grounds of the Indiana State 
Agricultural Society, terminus N. Dela- 
ware Street. 

The Eighteenth Annual State Fair, will 
be held at Indianapolis, commencing Oc- 
tober 3d. 

Indianapolis Agricultural, Mechanical 
and Horticural Association. 

OFFICE,,: BOARD OF TRADE ROOM. 

Lewis W. Hasselman, President. 

E. S. Aivord, Vice-President, 

John B. Sullivan, Superintendent. 

Elisha J. Howland, Treasurer. ^ 

J. George Stilz, Secretary. 

\V. H. Loomis, Assistant Secretary. 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS. 

Joseph D. Pallison. Fielding Beeler. 
Thomas B. McCarly. W. C. Holmes. 
Richard J. Bright. John Fishbnck. 
John T. Francis. E. S. Aivord. 

Lewis W. HasBelman. 
The First Annual Exhibition of the 
Indianapolis .Agricultural, Mechanical 
and Horticultural Association, will be 
'held at Indianapolis, commencing Mon- 
day, September 5lh, 



Newspapers and Publications. 

AMERICAN HOUSE WIFE, (monthly). 
COM.UEltCIAL, (daily evening), M. T. 
Lee, editor, cor, Illinois and Washing- 



FUTURE, (German Weekly), issued by 
the Gutenberg Publishing Co., Meri- 
dinn, se. cor. Circle. 

HEAKT AND HAND, (monthly), Rev. E. 
. P. IngersoU, editor; A. A. liarnes & 
Co., publishers; office, 33 E. Wash- 
ington. 

INDEPENDENT, (raonlhly), S. T. Mont- 
gomery, editor, 10.} S. Meridian. 

INDIANA MASONIC llOME ADVO- 
CATE, (monthly), F. M. Dlair, editor 
and publisher. 44 N. Pennsylvania, 
Vinton's blk. 

INDIANA SCHOOL JOURNAL, (month- 
ly), G. W. Moss and Thomas Charles, 
editors and proprs. 

INDIANA TEACHER, (monthly), John 
B. Allen, editor and propr. 

INDIANA VOLKSBLADT, (weekly), J. 
Boetticher, editor and propr., Itii E. 
Washington. 

INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, Republican, 
(daily except Sunday, weekly, Friday), 
Douglas & Conner, publishers. Market, 
se. cor. Circle, (Journal bldg.) 

JOLLY HOOSIER,(raQnthly), A. C. Roach, 
editor and publisher, 

JOURNAL OF COMMERCE, (weekly), 
Morton & Rickcr, proprs., ne. cor. Me- 
ridian and Circle. 

LADIES' CHRISTIAN MONITOR, 
(montly), Mrs. M. M. B. Goodwin, edi- 
tor and propr. 

LADIES OWN MAGAZINE, (monthly), 
Mrs. M. Cora Bland, editor. Bland & 
Taylor, publishers. 

LITTLE CHIEF, (monthly), Shortridge 
& Alden, editors and proprietors. 

LITTLE SOWER, (weekly), W. W. Dow- 
liog, editor and propr. 

MASONIC ADVOCATE, (monthly). 

MIRROR, (Saturday evening), 19 N, 
Meridian. 

MOCKING BIRD, (German weekly, Sun- 
day), issued by the Gutcnburg Pub- 
lishine Co., Meridian, se. cor. Circle. 

MORNING WATCH, (monthly), W, W, 
Dowling, editor and propr. 

NEWS, (daily evening), J. R. Holliday, 
editor and publisher. Sentinel bldg. 

MOTHER'S MONITOR, (monthly), Mrs. 
M. M. B. Goodwin, editor and propr. 

NORTHWESTERN, (monthly), Martin & 
Hopkins, editors aud publishers. Mar- 
ket, ne. cor. Circle, (Journal bldg.) 

ODD FELLOWS' TALISMAN, (monthly), 
R J. Strickland, editor and publisher, 
30 S. Meridian. 

ROACH'S WESTERN MUSEUM, (month- 
ly), A. C. Roach, editor and publisher. 

SATURDAY ADVERTISER, (weekly), 
published by the ludianapolis Printing 
aud Publishine House. 

SPARKLING GE.M, (monthly), Mrs. M. 



iDix. 271 

BENHAM BRO'S, 

3G East Washington St., 

Pianos, Organs and MelotJeons Tuned, 
Moved and ReoaireH, 



JI, B. Goodwin, editor, A. Q. Goodwin, 
publisher, 30 S. Meridian, 

STATE SENTINEL, (daily except Sun- 
day, weekly Wednesday), R.J. Bright, 
propr., new Sentinel bldg., sw. cor. 
Meridian and Circle. 

SUNBEAM, (monthly), William Travis, 
editor. 

TELEGRAPH, (German), published daily 
and weekly by the Guteuberg Publish- 
ing Co., C. Beysohlag, editor. Office, 
Meridian, se. cor. Circle. 

WESTERN FIRESIDE, (monthly), F. C. 
Holliday, editor; R. R. City Printing 
Co., proprs., 35J E. Market, Vinton's 
blk. 

WESTERN MUSICAL REVIEW, (month- 
ly), Benham Bros, editors and pub- 
lishers. 

Public Halls, Blocks, and Buildings. 

ACADEMY OF MUSIC, se. cor. Illinois 
and Ohio. 

,ETNA BUILDING, es. Pennsylvania bet. 
Washington and Market. 

ALVORD'S BLOCK, s». cor. Meridian 
and Georgia. 

BATES HOUiE BLOCK, nw. cor. Wash- 
ington and Illinois. 

BISMARK HALL, Virginia av. nr. 
McCarty. 

BLACKFORD'S BLOCK, Washington se. 
cor. Meridian. 

BLAKE BLOCK, ss. Washington bet. 
Illinois and Tennessee. 

BROWN'S BLOCK, Pennsylvania nw. 
cor. Washington. 

CITIZINS' NATIONAL BANK BUILD- 
ING, 11 and 13 E. Washington. 

CITY OFFICES, Cottrell & Kni'ght's new 
building. 

COTTRELL & KNIGHT'S BLOCK, 
Washington bet. Alabama and New 
Jersey. 

COUNTY BUILDINGS, Court IToiise 
Square, ns. Washington bet. Dela- 
ware and Alabama. 

COUNTY OFFICES, Court House Square, 
ns. Washington bet. Delaware and 
.Alabama. 

EDEN S BLOCK, ss. Market bet. Penn- 
sylviinia and Delaware. 

EMENEGGEB HALL, ss. Washington 
bet. Delaware and Alabama. 



272 APPE 

H. H. LEE'S 

WHOLESALE PniCES FOR 

TEAS, COFFEES & SUGARS, 

ARE THE SAME EACH DAT 

As are quoted in the 
CINCINNATI DAILY PAPERS. 



FATOarS BLOCK, fs. Washingtou bet. 

Mississippi nnrl Cannl. 
GALLUPS liLOCiC, Tennessee so. cor. 

Mdiket. 
GLENN'S BLOCK, ss. Washington bet. 

Meridian nnd Pennsylvfinia. 
GOOD TEMPLARS HALL, sw. cor. Meri- 

(liiin nnd Wftsliington. 
GYMNASIUM HALL, nw. cor. Meridian 

and Marylnnil. 
-IIERETHS BLOCK, N. Delaware opp. 

Court House. 
IIUBBAUDS CLOCK, Washington sw. 

cor. Meri(iian. 
INDIANA SURGICAL INSTITUTE, ne. 

cor. Georgia nnd Illinois. 
JOURNAL BUILDING, Marltet ne. cor, 

Circle. 
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS HALL, fourth 

story Citizens' National Biink bldg. 
MARMONT HALL, lOJ, 104 and lOtJ S. 

Illinois. 
JIARTINDALE'S BLOCK, Pennsylvania 

ne. cor. Murket. 
MASONIC HALL, Washington se. cor. 

Tennessee. 
METKOPOLITAN THEATER, Washing- 
ton ne cor. Ti^nnessee. 
MILLER'S BLOCK, nw.cor. Illinois and 

Sr.nkel. 
MILLER'S HALL, cor. Delaware and 

Peail. 
.MOZART HALL, es. Delaware bet. 

Wnshinffton nnd Marylnnd. 
M00RI3S HALL, 64 E. Wnshinfrlon. 
NATIONAL GUARUS HALL, Wnshina;- 

ington bet. Delaware and .Wa- 

hvmn. 
NEWS BLOCK, 10 and 12 E. Washing- 

NORWOOD BLOCK, ws. Illinois bet. 

Washington and Market. 
ODDFELLOWS HALL AN l> BUILDING, 

ne. cor. Pennsylvania and Washing 

Ion. 
PARKER'S BLOCK, cor. Delaware and 

Court. 
ROBERT'S BLOCK, es. Louisiana opp. 

D pot. 
SCHNULL'S CLOCK, sw. cor. Meridian 

nnd Marvlnnd. 
SElDENSTICKEllS BLOCK, opp. ss. 

Union Depot. 
SKNTINEL BUILDING, sw. cor. Meri- 
dian and Circle. 



SHERMAN HOUSE BLOCK, Louisiana 
opp. Depot. 

STATE HOUSE, full square, bet. Wash- 
ington and Market, and Tennessee 

SUPERVISOR OF INTERNAL REVE- 
NUE, (State), G. B. Williams, room 
4 Vinton's blk. 

SUPREME COURT AND STATE OFFICE 
BUILDING, sw. cor. Washington-and 
Tennessee. 

TALBOTT & NEWS CLOCK, es. Penn- 
sylvania bet. Washington and Mar- 
ket. 

TEMPERANCE HALL, n». Washington 
bet. Illinois and Meridian. 

THORP'S HALL AND CLOCK, gs. Mar- 
ket bet Pennsvlvnnia and Delaware. 

WASHINGTON HALL, ns. Waehington 
bet. Illinois and Tennessee. 



STAMP DUTIES. 

AGREEMENT, or contract, for 
every sheet or piece of pnper 
upon which or either of the siimo 
shall be written S 05 

ASSIGN MENT of a mongnge lease 
or policy of insurance requires 
the same sinmp as ihe original. 

BANK CHECK, draft, or order at 

sight or on demand 0'2 

BILL OF EXCHANGE, draft or 
order not exceeding one hun-^ 
dred dollars, or nnv 

PROMISSORY NOTE for a gum 
not exceeding one hundred dol- 
lars 05 

For every additional hundred 
dollars 05 

BILL OF EXCHANGE not exceed- 
ing one hundred dollars «... 02 

For every additional hundred 
dollniB 02 

BILL OF LADING, or receipt 10 

BILL OF SALE 05 

BOND (indemnity) of one thou- 

sand dollars or less 50 

For every additional thousand 
dollars 50 

BOND for the due execution of 
perfoimance of ihc duties of any 
office 1 on 

BOND of any oiher description ilo 

BOivD (personal). See mortgage. 

COUNTY, city or town bonds, rail- 
road andothcrcorpo ration bonds 
and scrip, are subject to stamp 
duly. See mortgage. 

CERTIFICATE of stock in any in- 
corporated company 2S 



273 



CERTIFICATE of deposit of any 
Bum of money in any bank or 




BEMHAIVI BRO'S. 




trust corap;iny, if for n earn not 




3G Kast Washintjton St., 




exceeding one luindred dollars.. 


02 






For a. sum exceeding one hun- 




KEEP 




dred dollars 


05 


■ O-HE VKKY 33EST 








CERTIFICATE of' any other "de- 










05 


VrOLTN AND GUITAR STRINGS. 


CHARTER PARTIES.- Tonnage 




t IVlJ^Ii .ail 1/ ULJAJLJXXl kJiilAm"^- 





n«t. exceeding one hundred and 




And for every additional five 




fifly tons 


1 00 


hundred dollars, or fractional 




Exceeding one hundred and fifty 




part thereof, in excess of five 




tons and not exceeding three 




hundred dollars 


60 


hundred tons 


3 00 


POWER OF ATTORNEY, to trans- 
fer stock 




Exceeding three hundred tons 
and not exceeding six 


r, 00 


•25 


POWER OP ATTORNEY OR 
PROXY 




Exceeding six hundied tons 


10 00 


10 


CONTRACT, broker's note or mem- 


POWER OF ATTORNEY, to re- 




orandum of sale of dry goods or 




ceive or collect rent 


25 


merchandise, stock bonds, ex- 




POWER OF ATTORNEY, lo con- 




change notes of land, real estate 
or property '..... 


10 


vfv 0*' spH vcftl CRlnte 1 


00 


POWER OF ATTORNEY, for any 




CONVEYANCE, deed, instrument 




other purpose ' 


50 


or writing, when the actual con- 




PROBATE OF WILL, not exceed 




sideration or value does not ex- 




ing the value of two thousand 




ceed five hundred dollars 


to 


dollais $1 


00 


When tho cousideialion exceeds 




For every additional one thou- 




five hundred dollars, and does 




sand dollars or fra-!tional part 




not exceed one thousand 


1 00 


thereof 


50 


And for every additional five 




PROTEST 


■23 


hundred dollars, or fractional 




RECEIPTS, for the payment of any 




part thereof, in excess of one 




sum of money, or fo;- the pay- 




thousand dollars 


50 


ment of njiy debt due, exceeding 




INSURANCE, (life) not vxceeding 




twenty dollars 


OL' 


one thousand dollars. 


25 


Warehouse receipts.for property, 
goods, wares or merchandise, not 




Exceeding one thousand dollars, 






and not exceeding five thou- 




exceeding in value five hundred 




sand 


50 


dollars 


10 


Exceeding Hve thousand dollars. 


1 00 


Exceeding iu value, five hun- 




INSURANCE, (m.iiine, iuland or 




dred dollars and not exceeding 




fire) where premiums do not ex- 




one lliousond dollars 


20 


ceed ten dollars 


10 


Exceeding in val'je 81,000, for 




Exceeding ten, and not exceed- 




every additional §1,000 


10 


ing-fifty dollars 


05 


Warehouse receipts, for any 
goods, merchandise, etc,,.. 




Exceeding fifly dollars 


50 


25 


LEASE, of three hundred dollars 




RENEWALSofcharter, party con- 






50 


tract or agreement?,_reciuire the 
same stamp as the original in- 




For every. additional two hun- 






dred dollars, or fractional pari. 
MANlFliST, for custom house en- 


GO 


strument 






PROPIUETAUY', (or and upon 




try or clearance, or cargo of any 




every packet, box, bottle, etc. 




ship, TBfsel or steamer for a 




not exceeding in value the sum 




foreign port, if the registered 
lonage of such ship, vessel or 




twenty-five cents ^ 


01 




Exceeding in value twenty-five 




steamer does not exceed three 




cents and not exceeding fifty... 


02 


hundred tons 


1 00 


Exceeding in value fifty cents 




Exceeding three hundred tons. 




and not exceeding seventy-five. 


03 


and not six hundred Ions 


3 00 


Exceeding in value seventy-fivo 




Exceeding six hundred Ions 


5 00 


cents and not exceeding one 




MORTGAGE, TRUST, DEED, 
BILL, OR SALE OF PERSONAL 




dollar 


04 




For each additional fifty cents... 


02 


BOND, exceeding one hundred 




Exceeding in value one dollar... 


02 


dollars, and not exceeding five 




FRICTION MATCHES, each par- 




huudrad dollars 


60 


cel or package ,.., 


01 



274 APPE 

THE CHINA TEA STORES 

ARE LOCATED AT 

No. 7 ODD FELLOWS HALL 

ACADEMV OF MUSIC COKNEK. 

SAME GOODS.SAMEPRICES atBOTH. 

When in parcels or pacUngca 
containing more than one liun- 
dred, for eacli parcel or package. 02 

PHOTOGRAPHS, not exceeding 

the retail price of twenty-five ct». 02 
Exceeding the retail price of 

twenty-five cents 03 

Exceeding the retail price of 

fifty cents 05 

Exceeding the retail price of 

one dollar 05 

For every additional dollar 05 

PLAYING CARDS, when the retail 
price per pack does not exceed 

eighteen, cents 02 

Exceeding the retail price of 

eighteen cents 04 

Exceeding the retail price of 

twenty-five cents 10 

Exceeding the retail price of fif- 
ty cents l-'> 

For every additional fifty cents. 05 

CANNED MEATS, Ac— For and 
upon every can, hottle, or single 
package, containing sauces, syr- 
ups, prepared mustard, jams, or 
jellies contained therein, and 
packed, or sealed, made prepared 
and sold, or offered for sale, or 
removed for consumption in the 
United Slates, on and after, the 
first day of October, eighteen 
hundred and sixty-six, when 
such a can, hottle, or other single 
package, with its contents, shall 
not exceed two pounds in weight, 

the sum of one cent 1 

Wlien such can, bottle, or other 
single package, with its contents, 
shall exceed two pounds in 
weight, for every additional 
pound or fractional part thereof, 
one cent 1 



WARD BOUNDARIES. 

First Ward.— All that part of the city 
hounded on the south by New York 
street, on the north by North street, 
(from Meridian street cast to the ter- 
minalion of North street, thence east 
on the CDntinuation of the line from 
the center of North street to the cor- 
poration line], and on the cast by the 



Skcono Ward. — All that part of the city 
bounded on the south by the northern 
boundary of the First Ward, on the 
west by Meridian street, and on the 
north and east by the corporation line, 
shall constitute the Second Ward. 

Third Ward. — All that part of the city 
bounded on the north by Washington 
street., (from Meridian street to Missis, 
sippi street), on the west by Mississippi 
street, from Washington street north to 
the intersection of Indiana avenue, 
thence northwest by Indiana avenue to 
West street, thence north by West 
street to the corporation line, and on 
the east by Meridian street and Circle 
street, (running east of the Oovernor'a 
Circle), shall constitute the Third 
Ward. 

FoDRTit Ward.— All that part of the city 
bounded on the south by Washington 
street, on the west by White River and 
the corporation line, and on the east 
by the western boundary of the Third 
Ward, shall constitute the Fourth Ward 

FiFTU Ward.— All that part of the city 
bounded on the north by Washington 
street, on the west by White River, on 
the cast by Illinois street and South 
street, and south by the corporation lino, 
shall constitute the Fifth Ward. 

Sixth WARn,— All that part of the city 
bounded on the north by Washington 
street, on the west by Illinois street, on 
the e.ast by Delaware street, and on 
the south by the corporation line, shall 
constitute the Sixth Ward, 

Seventh AVard — All that part o£ the city 
bounded on the north by Washington 
street, on the west by Delaware street, 
on the cast by East street, and on the 
south by the corporation line, shall con- 
stitute the Seventh Ward. 

Eighth Ward. — All that part of the city 
bounded on the north by Washington 
street, on the west by East, and on the 
east and south by the corporation line, 
shall constitute the Eighth Ward. 

Ninth Ward — All that part of the city 
bounded on the south by V.'ashington 
street, (from the corporation line west 
to Meridian street), on the west by 
Meridian street and Circle street, (run- 
ning east of the Governor's Circle), on 
the north by New York street, and on 
the east by the corporation line, shall 
constitute the Ninth Ward. 



SHIPPER'S GUIDE, 

EMBRACING 

STATIONS AND ROUTES ON ALL RAILROADS 

DIVERGING 



STATIONS. UAILROADS. 

Acton, Ind I. C. & h. 

Adams, Ind I. C. & L. 

Alford, Ind C. C. C. & I. 

Amity, Ind J. M. & I. 

Amo, Ind T. H. & I. 

Anderson, Ind C. C. C. & I. 

Anderaoa's Ferry, O I. C. & L. 

Anoka, Ind I. P. & 0. 

Arcada, Ind I. P. & C. 

Arnold's, 0. (HarrisonsBrancli) I. C. & L. 

Ashmore, 111 T. 11. A. & St. L. 

Augusta, Ind I. C. & I. 

Austin, Ind .7. M. &'I. 

Batesville, Ind I. C. & L. 

Becltnell, Ind I. & V. 

Becks, Ind I. P. & C. 

Beeler's, Ind I. & V. 

Bellefontaine, 0. C. C. & I. 

BellviUe, Ind T. H. & I. 

Bennett's, Ind I. P. & C. 

Belbnlto, 111 T. 11. A.&St. L. 

Big Spring, U C. C. C. & I. 

Brandon, Ind (J. & I. J. 

Brantwood, Ind I. P. & C. 

.Brazil, Ind T. H. & I. 

Bridgeport, Ind T. H. & 1. 

Bright'B, Ind J. M. & I. 

Britlon's Ind I. P. & C. 

Brookfield, Ind I. C. & L. 

Brookland, Ind I. & V, 

Brown g, Ind I. P. C &. 

Brownaburg, Ind I. B. & W. 

Brownsville, Ind C. & I. J. 

Bruccville, Ind I. & V. 

Bryant's, 0.. C. C. C. & I. 

Buene Vista, Ind I. P. & C. 

Bunker Hill, Ind C. & I. J. 

Bunker Hill, Ind I. P. & C. 

Bunker Hill. Ill T. H. A. & St, L. 

Burk's, 0. (Harrison's Branch), I. C. & L. 

Burlington, Ind C. & I. J. 

Buller, 111 T. H. A. & St. L. 

Butlers lud J. M. & I, 



STATIONS. . RAILROADS. 

Cable, C. C, & I. C. 

Caledonia, C. C. C. & I. 

Cambridge (;ity, Ind C. C. & I. C. 

Carrolllon, Ind C. &. I. J. 

Cartersburg, Ind T. H & I. 

Gary's, C. C. C. & I. 

Cassville, Ind I. P. & C. 

Castleton, Ind I. P. & C. 

Centerlon, Ind I. & V. 

Ccnterville, Ind C. C. & I. 0. 

Charleston, 111 T. FI. A. & St. L. 

Charlollsville, Ind C. C. & I. C. 

Chesterfield, Ind C. C. C. & I. 

Chicago, 111 I. P. & G. 

Chicago, 111...., I. C. & L. 

Cicero, Ind I. P. & C. 

Cincinnati, C. & I. J. 

Cincianiti, 1. C. & L. 

Clark's Hill, Ind I. C. & L. 

Clayton, Ind ; T. H. & I, 

Clermont, Ind I. B & W 

Cleaves, 1. C. & L. 

Cleveland, Ind C. C. & I. C. 

Cleveland, C. C. C.-& I. 

Cleveland, C. C. & I. C. 

Cloverland, Ind T. H. & I. 

Coatsville, Ind T. H. & I. 

Coffin's, Ind C. C. & I. C. 

Colfa.\, Ind.. I. C. & L. 

College Corner, Ind C. & I. J. 

Columbus, Ind J. M. & I. 

Columbus, C. C. & I. Cf. 

Connersville, Ind C. & I. J. 

Conover, O G. C. & I. G. 

Cottage Grove, lud C. & I, J. 

Cc^ington, G. C. & I, C. 

Crawfordsville, Ind I, B. & W. 

Crestline, C. C. C. k I. 

Grothersville, Ind .1. M. & j. 

Grown Point, Ind I. P. & C. 

Culver's, Ind I. C. & L. 

Cumberland, Ind C. G. & I. G. 

l^allas, C. C. &I. G. 



276 



BTAII0X3. RAILROADS. 

PnltoD, 111 I. P. & C. 

DeGraff, C. C. C. & I. 

Delhi, 1. C. & L. 

Devnn't, O I. C. & L. 

Dixon, Ind I. & V. 

Dublin, Ind C. 0. & I. C. 

Dudley-8, III T. H. A & Si. L. 

Du Point, Ind J. M. & I. 

Kngle Creek, lud T. H. & I. 

Englc's, Ind T. II. & I. 

Dns'. St. LouiH T. H, A. & St. L. 

Edinburgh, Ind J. M. & I. 

Edwardsporl, Iiid I. & V. 

Elizabelhtown, Ind J. .M.&I. 

Eliznhcthiown O I. C. & L. 

English I.^!;e, Ind 1. P. & C. 

F.nifield, Ind I. P. & C. 

rairl.'ind, In 1 1. C. & L. 

[•armirsjlnn, Ind J. M. & I. 

Farmingloii, Ind C. & I. J. 

F.trniland. Ind 0. i\ C. & I. 

Fillmore, Ind T. H. & I. 

Fletcher, ('. C. & I. C. 

Fortville, Ind C. C. C. & I. 

Franklin, Indiana I. Jl. & I. 

Frederick, Ind I. B. & W. 

Freedom, Ind I. & V. 

Friends' Woods, Ind I. & V. 

Fountainetown, Ind C. &, I. J. 

Fulton, O C. C. C. & I. 

Gallion, C. C. C. & I. 

Gnllaudet. Ind I. C. & L. 

Galveston, Ind I. P. K C. 

Gebhsrdt, lud I. P. & C. 

Germantown. Ind C. C. & I. C. 

Geiijsburp, C. C. & I. C. 

Gillespie, III T. 11. A. & St. L. 

Gosport, Ind I. & V. 

Greencastle, Ind T. H. & I. 

Grcencasile Junction, Ind T. 11. & I. 

Greenfield, Ind 0. C. & I. C. 

Greensburg, Ind I. C. & L. 

Greenville, C. 0. LI. C. 

Greenwood, Ind J. Jl.&I. 

Gull'ord, Ind I. C.& P. 

Gnrley's, C. t.'. & I. C. 

Gwinnc'f 0. & I. J. 

Ilngenbaugha, U C. (". k. I. C. 

Hamilton, O C. & I. J. 

Ilamrick's, Ind T. If. & I. 

Hanover, C. & 1. J. 

Hnidentown, Ind I. C. & L. 

Harden, C. C. C. & I. 

Harman's, Ind I. C. & L. 

llnrmoDy, Ind T. U. & I. 

Harper, 0. C. C. & I. 

Harrison, 0.( Harrison's liranch)!. C. & L. 

Harrison Junction, 1. C. & L. 

Harrisonvillc, Ind i'. 0. C. &I. 

Ilarvejs, Ind 0. C. & I. C. 

Hastings, Ind I. & V. 

Hnzelrigg, Ind I. C. & L 

Hebron, Ind I. P. & C. 



STATIO.S-3. RAILROADS. 

Henry ville, Ind;. J. M, & I. 

Hilllard's, O C. C. & I. C. 

Hillaboro, HI T. H. A. & St. L. 

Holme's, Ind I. C. & L. 

Holmes, Ind I, B. & W. 

Houston, O C. C. C. & I. 

Howland, Ind I. P. & C. 

Hynds, Ind I. & V. 

Jackson, lud I. P. & C. 

James, Ind I. P. & C. 

Jnmesiown, Ind I. B, & \V. 

Jeffcersonville, Ind J. M. & I. 

Jones' Mills, '. C. C. C. & I. 

Joliet Crossing, Ind I. P. & C. 

Jonesville, lud...; J. M. & I. 

Kansas, 111 T. U. A. & St. L. 

Knighlslown, Ind C. C. & I. C. 

Kokonio, Ind I. P. & C. 

Koute's, Ind I. P & C. 

Layfavette, Ii.d I. C. & t. 

Lnncsville, !iid C. C. C. & I. 

Langdon, Ind J. M. & I. 

Lansing, 111 I. P. & C. 

Lardona, Ind C. & I. J. 

Larue, C. C. C. & I. 

Lawreuceburg, Ind I. C. & L. 

Lebanon, Ind I. C. & L. 

Lewisville, Ind C. C. & I. C. 

Liberty, Ind C. & L J. 

Lotus, Ind C. & I. J. 

Loncoln, Ind I. P. & 0. 

Liichfiield, 111 T. H. A. & St. L. 

Logansport, Ind I. P. & C. 

London, Ind I. C. & L. 

Loramie, C. C. C. & I. 

Louisville, Ky J. M. & I. 

Lowell. Ind J. M. &^ 

Lyons, Ind 0. & I. J. 

Lyons. Ind I. & V. 

McCord's, Ind C. C. C. & I. 

McCoy's, Ind I. C. & L. 

McDonald s, C. & I. J. 

McGonigles, C. & L J. 

Madison, Ind J. .M. & I. 

Marco, Ind I. & V. 

Marion, .0. C C. & I. 

Marsbfield, Ind J. M. & I. 

MarliDBviile, Ind I. & V. 

Matthews, Ind L & V. 

Mattoon, HI T. IL A. & St. L. 

Memphis, Ind J. M. & I. 

Miama, Ind 1. P. & C. 

Milford, C. C. &. I.e. 

MooresviUe, Ind I. & V. 

Morehouse, lud C. & I. J. 

Morris, lud I. C. & L. 

Morrislown, Ind 0. & I.J. 

Morristown, Ind C. C. C. & I. 

Ml. Victory, C. C. C. &. I. 

Mnncie, Ind C. C. C. & I. 

Mundny's, lud I. & V. 

New Brition, Ind I. P. & C. 

Newbury, Ind T. H. & I. 



277 



8TATI0NS. 


EAIIROAPS. 


STATIONS. 


RAILROADS. 


New Elizabethtown, 


Ind I. B. & W. 


Shelby ville, Ind 


LC. &L. 


New Madison, 


C. C. & L C. 


Shelbyville, 111 


..T. H. A. & St. L. 


New Paris, 


C.C.&I.C. 


Sidney, 


C. C. C. & L 


New Point, Ind 


L C. &L. 


Simonson, 0., Harrison's br'ch...L C. & L. 


Newton, Ind 


LC. &L. 


Slick's, 


C. C. C. & L 


NoblesviUe, Ind 


LP. &C. 


Smithfield, Ind 


C. C. C. &L 


Noliomis, 111 


T. H. A. & St. L. 


Smith's Crossing, Ind. 


L C. &L. 


North Judson, Ind.. 


I. P. &C. 


Southport, Ind 


J. M. & L 


North Madison, Ind. 


J.M.&L 


South Side, Ind 


LC. &L. 


North Vernon, Ind. 


J. M.&L 


Spades, Ind 


LC.&L. 


North Western Junction, lU I. P. & C. 


Spencer, Ind 


L& V. 


Oakland, Ind 


C. O.C.&L 


Spounton, Ind 


T. H. & L 


Ogden, Ind 


C.C.&LC. 


Stockwell, Ind 


L C. & L. 


Ogleton, 


C. &I. J. 


Strawn's, Ind 


C.C.&LC. 


Oxford, 


C.&LJ. 


Sulphur Springs, Ind.. 


C.&LJ. 




C. &I. J. 


Summit, Ind 

Sunman, Ind 


T. H. &L 


Pana,Ill 


T. H. A. & St. L. 


I. C. & L. 


Paragon, Ind 


L&V. 


Switz City, Ind 


L&V. 


Paris, III 


T. H. A. & St. L. 


Tayloraville, Ind 


J. M.&L 


Pemberton, 


C. C. C. &L 


Terre Haute, Ind 


T. U. & L 


Pendleton Ind 


J M. & I 


Thorntown, Ind 

Tipton, Ind 


I, C & L. 


Peru, Ind 


L P. & C. 


LP.&C. 


Philadelphia, Ind... 


C. C, &L C. 


Trautman's, 


L C. & L. 


Piqua, 


C.C.&LC. 


Tyner's, Ind 


C.&LJ. 


Pittsboro, Ind 


LB. &W. 


Union, Ind 


C.C. C. &L 


Plainfield, Ind 


T. H. &L 


Unimville, 


C.C.&I.C. 


Pleasant Valley, 0.. 


C.C.&LC. 


Urbana, 


C.C.&LC. 


Poplar Grove, Ind... 


LC. &L. 


Valley City, Ind 


LB. & W. 


Prairie, Ind 


T. H. & L 


Valley Mills, Ind 


L&V. 


Prescott, Ind 


LC. &L. 


Van Wedden's, Ind 


LC.&L. 






Vernon, Ind 

Versailles, 




Quinoy, 


C. C. C. &L 


C. C. C. &L 


RajBville, Ind 


C.C.&LC. 


Vertland, Ind 


LP.&C. 


Reelsville, Ind 


T. H. & L 


Vienna, Ind 


J. M. & L 


Retreat. Ind 


J. M.&L 


Vienna, Ind 


C.&LJ. 


Richmond Ind 


C.C.&LC. 

C.C.&LC. 




I & V 


Richmond Junction, 


Waldron, Ind 


LC.&L. 


qfdgeway, 


C.C. C. &L 


Walesboro', Ind 


J. M.&L 


Riffners, 0., Hamilto 


n branch... L C. & L. 


Walton, lad 


LP.&C. 


River Side, 


LC. &L. 


Waynesville, Ind 


J. M. & I. 


Rook Creek, Ind.... 


J. M.&L 


Weaver's, Ind 


T.H.&L 


Rdckford, Ind 


J. M. & I. 


Weaver's, 


C. C. & L C. 


Rock Island, 111 


LP, &C. 


Weisbarg, Ind 


L C. & L. 


Rosedale, Ind 


LP.&C. 


Westville, 


C. C. &L C. 


Royal Center, Ind... 


LP.&C. 


West Newton, Ind 


L & V. 


Rushsylvania, 0.... 


C.C. C. &I 


Wheatland, Ind 


J. M. &I. 


Rushville, Ind 


C. & L J. 


Whitestown, Ind 


I. C. & L. 


St. Louis, Mo 


T. H. A. & St. L. 


Wiggs, Ind 


J. M. & L 


St. Louis, 111 


LP.&C. 


Wiley's, 


C.C. &LC. 


St. Paul, Ind 


LC. &L. 


Williams, Ind 


T. H. & L 


St. Paris, 


C. C. & I. C. 


Winchester, Ind 


C. C. C. &L 


Sanford's, 111 


T. H. A. & St. L. 


Windson, 111 


.T. IL A. & St. L. 


Sandburn, Ind 


L & V. 




L P. &C. 


Scarboro', Ind 


LP.&C. 


Woodbury, Ind 


C.C. C. &L 


Scioto, 


C.C.&LC. 


Woods, 


C.&LJ. 


Scipio, Ind 


J. M.&L 


Wood's Mill, Ind 


T. H. & L 


SedamsviUe, 


LC. &L. 


Woodstock, 


C. C. &L C. 


Sellersburg, Ind 


.LM. &L 


Worthinglon, Ind 


L & V. 


Seymour, Ind 


J. M.&L 


WorthsviUe, Ind..... .. 


J. M.&L 


Shakapee, Ind 


LP.&C. 


Yorklown, Ind 


C. C. C. & L 


Sharpsville, Ind 


I.P. &C. 


Ziouville, Ind 


LC.&L. 



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INDIANA POST-OFFICES, 

POMPILED BY POUNTIES, AND JIeYISED FOR 187O. 





ADAMS. 


Cleona. 


New Bellsville, 






Elkinsville. 


Oak Farm. 


Canoper. 


Linn Grove. 


Gold Creek. 


Ridge Woof. 


DtealuT, (0. h.) 


Monmouth. 


Mount Liberty. 


Spearsville. 


Kirkland. 


Pleasant Mills. 


Mount Moiiah. 




Limber Lost. 












CAEEOLL. 




ALLEN, 










Burlington. 


Lock port. 


Areola. 


Monroeville. 


narrows. 


Mount Jcffersou, 


Ohamberlnin. 


New Haven. 


Cimden. 


Pittsburg. 


Ensl Liberty. 


Nine Mile. 


Carroll. 


Prince AViUiam. 


Fort Wayne, (c, 


h.) Perry. 


Cornucopia. 


Pyrmont. 


Hall's Corners. 


Phelps. 


Deer Creek. 


Rockfield. 


Harlan. 


Po. 


Delphi, (c. h.) 


Wild Cat. 


Heller's Corner' 


J Randall. 


Fetherhurs Mills. 


Leo. 


Ridge Road. 






Little River. 


Root. 




CASS. 


Maples. 


St. Vincent, 






MassiUon. 


Woodburn. 


Amsterdam, 


Loganspart, (c. h.) 






Anoka. 


Metea. 


BAETBOLOMEW. 


Crittenden. 


Moutez. 






Curveton. 


New Waverly. 


Azalia. 


Moore's Vineyard. 


Fitch. 


Onward. 


Burnsville. 


Mount Healthy, 


Galveston. 


Royal Center. 


Clay Hill. 


Newbern. 


Gerphart. 


Spring Creek. 


ClifiFord. 


Rock Creek. 


Hubbard. 


Twelve Mile. 


Cohmbus, (e. h.) 


St. Louis Crossing. 


Lewisburg. 


Twin Corners. 


Elizabethtown. 


South Bethamy. 


Lincoln. 


Walton. 


HartSTille. 


Taylorsburg. 






Hope. 


Taylorsville. 




I iptr 


Jonesville. 


Wailesborough. 




■ 


Kansas. 


Waynesville. 


Bennettsville. 


New Providence. 


Lowell Mills. 




Bethlehem. 


New Washington. 






Blue Liok. 


Oregon. 




BENTON. 


Charlestown, (c. h.) Polk Run. 


Catalpa Grove, 
Pariah Grove. 


Oxford, (c. h.) 


Henryville. 
Hibernia. 


Bellersburg. , 
Slate Cut. 




Jeffersonville, 


Sylvan Grove, 






Memphis. 
Muddy Fork. ■ 


Utica, 


BLACCrOED. 




Dundee, 


Priam. 






Hartford City, (o.h.) SootL 




CLAY. 


Montpelier. 




Ashborough. 


Farm. 




BOO.VE. 


Belle Air. 


Harmony. 






Bowling Green, (0 


h.) HowesviUe. 


Dover, 


Reese's Mill. 


Brazil. 


Marti. 


ElizaviUe, 


Royalton. 


Center Point. 


Poland. 


Jamestown. 


Thorntown. 


Christy's Prairie 


Staunton. 


Ltbanon, (o.h.) 


White Liok. 


Cloverland. 


Van Buren. 


Northern Depot 


Whitestown. 


CofiFee, 




Northfield. 


Zionsville. 










CLI.VTON. 




BEOWN. 










Berlin. 


Michigantown. 


Bean Blossom. 


NashmlU, (0. h.J 


Budget's Corner 


Middle Fork. 



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Colfax. 


Mulberry. 


Fairfield Center. 


Viclor. 


Ednn. Mills. 


Pickard Mill, 


Iba. 


Waterloo City. 


Franltforl, (c.h.) 


Ramessa. 






Geetingsville. 


Rossville. 


DELAWARE. 


Jefferson. 


Russiaville. 






Kirk's CrosB Roads 




Albany. 


New Burlington. 






Anthony. 


New Corner. 



CHAWrOED. 



Alton. 
Down Hill. 
Elkton. 
English. 
Fredonia. 



Marengo. . 
Mifflin. 
Milltown. 
Mount Prospect, 
Nebraska. 



Grantsburgh. Pedoria. 

Leavenworth, (c.h.) Pilot Knob. 
Magnolia. Wickliffe. 



AlfordsTille. Hudsonville. 

Black Oak Ridge. Montgomery's St'n. 

Bogard. Owl Prairie. 

Clark's Prairie. Plainville. 

Epsom. Raglesville. 

G lend ale. Washington, (c.h.) 
High Rock. 

OEAKBOEN. 

Aurora. Lawrenceville. 

Bright. Logan. 

Cochran. Jlanchester. 

DiUsborougb. Moore's Hills. 

Farmer's Retreat. New Alsace. 

Guilford. Saint Leon. 

Guionsville. Sparta. 

Holman. Weisburg. 

Jones' Station. Wilmington. 

Kelso. Wright's Corners. 

Lawrenceburg, (c.h.) Yorkville. 

DECATUE. 



Adams. 


Saint Morris. 


EdwardsviUe. 


Greenville. 


Alert. 


Saint Omer. 


Floyd Knobs. 


New Alban};,{<:.h.) 


Clarksburg. 


Saint Paul. 


Galena. 


Scottsville. 


Clifty. 


Sardinia. 


Georgetown. 




Forest Hill. 


Smyrna. 







Oreensburg, (c.h.) Spring Hill. 

Jackson. Waynesburg. 

Kingston. Westport. 

McCoy's Station. Williamstown. 

Millhousen. WintersviUe. 
Rossburg. 

DE KALB. 

Arctic. Jarvig, 

Auburn, (c.h.) Mount Hope. 

Butler. Newville. 

Coburn's Corners. Smiihfield. 

Cole's Corners. Spencerville. 

Corunna. Taylor's Corners. 



Daleville. 

Grantville. 
Harrison, 
ilunne, (c.h.) 



Birdseye. 

Bretzville. 

Celestine. 

Ditney Hill. 

Ferdinand. 

Haysville. 

Hilham. 



Benton. 

Bristol. 

Elkhart. 

Fish Lake. 

Ooshen, (c.b.) 

Locke. 

Middleberry. 



Richwoods. 

Selma. 

Sharon. 

Wheeling. 

Yorktown, 



Holland. 

Hantingsburg. 

Ireland. 

Jasper, (c.h.) 

Ludlow. 

Porterville. 



MilTersburg. 
Mount Olive. 
New Paris. 
South West. 
Vistula. 
Wakarusa. 
Waterford Mills. 



rAYETTE. 



Alquina. Harrisburg. 

Bentonville. Longwood. 

Columbia. Lyon's Station. 

ConnersvilU, (c.h.) Null's Mills. 

Everton. Orange. 

Falmouth, Waterloo. 

FLOYD. 



FOtJNTAIN. 

Attica. Hillsboro. 

Buell. Newton, 

Cole Creek. Portland. 

Covington, ( o.h.) Bob Roy. 

Fountain City. Steam Corner. 

Harveysburg. • Wallace. 
Headley's Mills. 



Andersonville. Mixersville. 

Blooming Grove. Mount Carmel. 
, Blue Creek. New Tr«nton. 





AFPENDIX. 


'J81 


SrodkvilU, (c.h.) 


Oak Forest. 


Cleveland. 


Sugar Creek, 


Cedar GrovV 


Oldenburg. ^ 
Peppertown. 


Eden. 


Walpole. 


Drewersburg. 


Fortville. 


Warrington. 


Ecochsburg. 


Saint Peters. 


Greenfield, (o.h.) 


Westland. 


Fairfield. 


South Gate. 


Kinder. 


Willow Branch. 


Haymond. 


Spripgeeld. 


.McCordsville. 


Woodbury. 


Jennings. 


Stipp's Hill. 


Mount Comfort. 




Laurel. 


Whitcomb. 






Metamora. 


Wynn. 


HAHaiSON. 




FULTON. 


Barren. 


Mauckport. 






Bradford. 


New Amsterdam. 


Akron. 


Indian Field. 


Byrneville. 


New Middletown. 


Aubbeenaubbee. 


Kewanna. 


Cedar Spring. 


New Salisbury. ' 


Bloomingsburg. 


Lake Sixteen. 


Corydon, (c,h.) 


Palmyra. 


Blue Grass. 


Mill Ark. 


Crisps Cross Roads. Rosewood. 


Brace's Lake. 


Rochester, (c.h.) 


Elizabeth. 


Sharp's Mills. 


Fulton. 


Sidney. 


Fairdale. 


Spring Dale, 


Green Oak, 




Hancock. 


Valley City. 






Knob Creek. 


West Boston. 




QIBSON. 


Laconia. 
Lanesville. 


White Cottage. 


Bovine. 


Oakland City. 






Buckskin. 


Owensville, 


nENDEICKS. 


Fort Branch. 


Patoka. 






Uaubstadt. 


Princeton, (c.h.) 


Amo. 


New Winchester. 


Hazleton. 




Belleville. 


North Salem. 


Marsh Creek. 


\Ve"t Biina Vista. 


Brownsburg. 


Pecksburg. 






Cartersburg. 


Pitldboro'. 




OEANT. 


Clayton. 


Plainfield. 






Coattsville. 


Springtown, 


Arcana. 


Mier. 


Danville, (c.h.) 


Stileaville. 


Fairmount. 


New Cumberland. 


New Elizabeth. 




Grant. 


Oak Wooks. 






Greenbush. 


Point Isabel. 




HE.NEY. 


Holt. 


Rigdon. 






Jadden. 


Slash. 


Ashland. 


Mechanicsburg. 


Jalnpa. 


Trask. 


Blounlsville. 


Middletown, 


Jonesboro'. 


Winthrop. 


Cadiz. 


MillviUe. 


Marion, (c.h.) 




Coffin's Station 


New Castle, (o.h.) 






Dan. Webster. 


New Lisbon. 




GREENE. 


Devon. 


Ogden. 






Greensboro'. 


Raysville. 


Bloomfield, (c.h.) Owensburg, 


Honey Creek. 


Rogersville. t 


Buck Creek. 


Pleasant Ridge. 


Knightstown. 


Spiceland. 


Hobbieville. 


Point Commerce. 


Lewisville. 


Sulphur Springs. 


jasonville. 


Scotland. 


Luray. 




Linton. 


Silver Creek. 






lone Tree. 


Solsberry. 




HOWARD. 


Marco. 


Worthington. 






Newberry. 


Wright. 


Alto. 


New London. 


■ 




Blair. 


Oakford. 




HAMILTON. 


Cassville. 


Poplar Grove. 






Center. 


RussiaviUe. 


Arcadia. 


Eagletown. 


Greentowu. 


Shanghi. 


Boxley. 


New Britlon. 


Jerome. 


Vermont. 


Carmel. 


NoblesvilU, (c.h.) 


Kokomo, (c.h.) 


West Liberty. 


Cicero. 


Sheilville. 






ClarksviUe. 


Strawtown. 




FlUNTINGTON. 


Deming. 


Weslfield. 










Antioch, 


Markle. 




BANCOCK. 


Branch Creek. 


Mount Etna, 






Huntington, (c.h.) Roanoke. 


Charlottesville 


Philadelphia. 


Mahon. 


Warren. 



282 


APPENDIX. 






JACKSON. ! 


Franklin, (c. h.) 


WinneyviUe. 






Greenwood. 


Worthsville. 


Baker's Mills. 


Mooney. 1 


■usselman. 




Brownstovm, (c.i 


.) New FarmiBgton. 






Conlogue. 


Reddington. 


K 


NOS. 


Cortland. 


Retreat. 






Crane's Mills. 


Rockford. 


Bruceville. 


High Point. 


Crothersville. 


Seymour. 


Busseron. 


Lovely Dale. . 


Dadley. 


SparksviUe. 


Decker's Station. 


Oak Station. 


Ewing^ 


Tarapico. 


Edwardsport. 


Pond Creek Mills. 


Findlay's Mills 


Valley Farm. 


Elm. 


Spaldingville. 


Freetown. 


Volonia. 


Emerson's Station 


Vincennes, (c. h.^ 


Houston. 


White Creek. 


Freelandville. 


Wheatland. 


Medora. 


Woodvillc. 


Griswold. 






JASPEE. 


KOSCIUSKO. 


Carpenter's Creek. Remington. 


Atwood. 


Oswego. 


Cathcart. 


Rensselaer, (c. h.) 


Beaver Dam. 


Palestine. 


Pleasant GroTe 


Walkersville. 


Boydston's. 


Pierceton. 






Claypool. 


Rose HiU. 




JAY. 


Clear Spring. 


Sevastopol. 






Etna Green. 


Silver Lake. 


Bnlbee. 


Hector. 


Leesburg. 


Syracuse. 


Bear Creek. 


Jay, (0. h.) 


Milford. 


Warsaw, (o. h.) 


Bluff Point. 


Jordon. 


North Galveston. 


Woosier. 


Boundary. 


Monroe. 


Oneida. 


Yellow Creek. 


College Corner. 


New Corrydon. 


Orion. 




Dunkirk. 


New Mt. Pleasant. 






Gillum. 


Pennville. 


LA 


QRANQE. 


Greene. 


Salamanift. 






Half Way.^ 


Winchester. 


Brighton. 


Mongoquinong. 






Brushby Prairie. 


Mount Pisgah. 




JErrEKSO.N. 


Greenfield's Mills. 


Ontario. 






Haw Patch. 


Ringgold. 


BavbersviUe. 


Madison, (c, h.) 


La Orange, (c. h.) 


South Milford. 


Bryantsburg. 


ManviUe. 


Lima. 


Walcottsville. 


Canaan. 


Mui Lick. 


Marcy. 




Dupont, 


North Madison. 






Graham. 


Saluda. 




LAKE. 


Hanover. 


Stony Point. 






Home. 


Swanville. 


Brunswick. 


Lowell. 


Kent. 


Volga. 


Cedar. Lake. 


MerriUville. 


, Lancaster. 


NVirli 


Clark's Station. 


Miller's Station. 






Crown Point, (c. h 


) Orchard Grove. 




JE.VNI.VCS. 


Deep River. 


Gutley. 






Dyer. 


Rosa. 


Benville. 


Paris. 


Eagle Creek. 


Saint John. 


BrewersviUs. 


Queensville, 


Gibson's Station. 


Schererville. 


Brookshurg. 


San Jacinto. 


Hanover. 


ToUeston. 


Butlerville. 


Scipio. 


Hobart. 


West Creek. 


Cana. 


Six Mile. 


Lake Station. 


Winfield. 


Hopewell. 


State. 






Montgomery. 


Starm's Creek. 


L.4 


POETE. 


Nebraska. 


Tripton. 






Oakdale. 


Vernon, (o. h.) 


Eigelow'3 Milh. 


LaPorte, (c. h.) 


Otto Creek. 


Zenas. 


Big Springs. 


Michigan City. 






1 Callao. 


New Durham. 




J0HNS0:i. 


Crossing. 


Rolling Prairie. 






Door Village. 


Roselle. 


Amity. 


Needham'8 Station. 


1 Hannah Station. 


Union Mills. 


Bargersville. 


Nineveh. 


! Haskell. 


Wanatah. 


Bluff Creek. 


Tr.afalgar. 


j Hudson, 


WestviUe. 


Ediiiburg. 


Whiteland. 


! Kingsbury. 







lAWBENCE. 


Bunker Hill. 


Perrysburg. 






Gary. 


Peru, (c. h.) 


Bedford, (o. h.) 


LawrenceporU 


Chili. 


Reserve. 


Bono. 


Leathcrwood. 


Five Corners. 


Santa Fe. 


Bryantsville. 


Leesville. 


Gilead. 


Stockdale. 


Erie. 


Mitchell. 


Mexico. 


Wawpecong. 


Favetteville, 


Morgiana. 


Miami. 


WheatviUe. 


Fort RitDer. 


Pinhook. 


Niconia. 


Xeuia. 


Georgia. 


River Vale. 






Guthrie. 


Silverveille, 




MONECE. 


Heltonvillc 


Spring Mill. 






Huron. 


Springville. 


Bloomington, (o. 


h.) Mount Tabor. 


Juliet. 


Tunnellon. 


Bryant's Creek. 


Smithville. 






EUittsville. 


Stanford. 




MADISON. 


Harrodsburg. 


Stinesville. 






Miller. 


Unionvillo, 


Alexandria. 


HuutsviUe. 






Alfont. 


.MarkleviUe. 


MONTGOMEKT. 


Anderson, (o. b 


) Mendon. 






Bock's Mills. 


Mercury. 


Alamo. 


Orth. 


Branson. 


Oceola. 


Ashley's Mills. 


Parkersburg. 


Chesterfield. 


Ovid. 


Beckville. 


Pleasant Hill. 


Curtis. 


Pendleton. 


Brown's Valley 


Potntoe Creek. 


Duck Creek. 


Perkinsville, 


dowser's Mills 


Prairie Edge. ' 


Fishersburg. 


Prosperitj-. 


Crawfordsville, (c. h.) Shannondale. 


Florida. 


Rigdon. 


Darlington. 


Sugar River. 


Forestville, 


SummitviUo. 


Ladoga. 


Waveland. 


Frankton. 


Zinsburg. 


Linden, 


Waynetown. 






Mace. 


Wesley. 




MAB10.\. 


New Richmond. 


■Whitesville. 






New Ross. 


Yountsville. 


Aden. 


Gallauuetle. 






Adair. 


Germanlown. 




MOEOAN. 


Augusta Siatio 


n. Glenn's Valley, 






Bridgeport. 


Indianapolis, (o. h.) 


Brooklyn. 


Monrovia. 


Broad Ripple. 


James' Switch. 


Centerton. 


Jlooresville. 


CarrsviUe. 


Lawrence. 


Center Valley. 


Morgantown. 


Castleton. 


MillersviUe. 


Eminence. . 


Sheasvillo. 


Clermont. 


Soulhport. 


Hall. 


Waverly. 


Cumberland. 


Valley Mills. 


Martinsville, (c. 


h.) 


Fall Creek. 


West Newton. 

MARSU.kl.L. 




.NEWTON. 






Adriance, (c. b. 


Kent. 


Alden. 


Masinkuckee. 


Beaver City. 


Morocco. 


Argos. 


Plymouth, (e. b.) 


Brook. 


Pilot Grove, 


Bourbon. 


Sligo. 


Goodland. 




Bremen. 


Tippecnnoetown. 




NOBLE. 


Fairmouut. 


Tyner C.ty. 






Inwoud. 


Wnlnut Hill. 


Albion, (o. h.) 


Noble. 


Marmont. 


Yellow River. 


Avilla. 


Northport. 






Bourie. 


Port Milchcll. 




MARTIM. 


Cold Springs. 


Simon's Corner. 






Cromwell. 


Springfield Mills. 


Dover Bill, (c. 


b.) Mountain Spring. 


Hecla. 


Swan. 


Dje. 


Mount Pleasant. 


Kendallsville. 


Wawaka. 


Halberfa Blufl' 


Natchez. 


Ligonier. 


Wilmot. 


Keek's Church 


South Martin. 


Lisbon. 


Wolf Lake. 


Loogootee, 


Trinity Spiinge. 


Merriam. 




.Al(5Cameron. 


Willow Valley. 
miam:. 




onio. 






Abberdeen. 


Hartford. 


Bennett's Switch. Paw Paw. 


Bear Branch. 


Rising Sun, (o. h.) 



284 


APPENDIX. 






OKANGE. 


POSET. 


Cnmpbell. 


Orangeville. 


Black Hawk Mills 


New Harmony. 


Chnmbersbiirg. 


Orleans. 


BlairsviUe. 


Parker's Settlement. 


French Lick. 


Paoli, (c. b.) 


Cynthiana. 


PoeeyviUe. 


Green Brier. 


Stamper's Creek, 


Farmersville. 


Saint IVendels. 


Leipsic. 


- Valeene. 


Graflon. 


SlewartsviUe. 


McDonald's. 


West Baden.- 


Hickory Branch. 


WadesviUe. 


Mewton Stewart 




Ml. Vernon, (c. h.) 






OWEN. 


PUIASKI. 


Alligator. 


Hausertown. 


Francisville. 


Pulaski. 


Arney. 


Jordan Village. 


GansoD. 


Star City. 


Atkinsonyille. 


Patricksburg. 


Medarysvill". 


Strawberry Ridge. 


Cataract. 


Quinoy. 


Monterey. 


Two Mile Prairie. 


Cuba. 


Spencer, (a. h. ) 


Oak. 


Winnamac, (c. h.) 


Deem. 


Stockton. 






Freedom. 


Vandalia. 


PV 


T.XAM, 


Gosport. 


White Hall. 










Bainbridge. 


Johnsville. 




PARKE. 


Brunerstown. 


Manhattan. 






Cairo. 


Morton.^ 


Annapolis. 


Howard. 


CarpentersviUe. 


Mount Meridian. 


Armiesburg. 


Lick Branch. 


Cloverdale. 


New Maysville. 


Banner Mills. 


Mansfield. 


Fillmore. 


Portland Mills. 


Bellraore. 


Montezuma. 


Greencaslle, (c. h.) 


Putnamville. 


Bethany. 


Numa. 


Grovelnnd. 


Reelsville. 


Bloomingdalo. 


Parkville. 


Hamrick's Station. 


Bussellville. 


Bridgeton, 


Rockviile, (c.U.) 






Bruin's Cross Roads. Rosedaie. 


RANDOLPH. 


Carlin. 


RossviUe. 






Clinton Lock. 


Russell'e Mills. 


Arba. 


Mar's Hill. 


Delta. 


SyWania. 


Balaka. 


Neff. 


Gallatin. 


Waterman. 


Bartonia. 


New Pittsburg. • 


Hollandsburg. 


Wright's Mills. 


Bloomingsport. 


Parker. 






Cerro Gordo. 


Ridgeville. 




PERRY. 


Deerfield. 


Snow Hill. 






Emmettsville. 


Spartanburg. 


Adysville. 


Oil Creek. 


Fairview. 


Trenton. 


Cannelton, (c. h. 


Rock Island. 


Farmland. 


Union City. 


Derby. 


Rome. 


Harrisville. 


Wincheiter, (o. h.) 


Don Juan. 


RODO. 


Losantville. 


Windsor. 


Foster's Ridge. 


Tell City. 


Lynn. 




Leopold. 


Tobinsporl. 






Lilly Dale. 


Troy. 


RIPLET. 


Lusher's. 












Ballstown. 


North Hogan. 




PIKE. 


Batesville. 


Glean. 






Benham's Store. 


Osgood. 


Delectable Hill. 


Union. 


Bross Plain. 


Piercerville. 


Hawthorn Mills 


White Oak GrOve. 


Delaware. 


Poston. 


High Bank. 


AViuslow. 


Elrod. 


Rei. 


Petersburg, (c. h 


) 


Hart's Mills. 


Spade's Depot. 






Hermaan. 


Stringtown. 




PORTER. 


Holton. 


Sunman. 






Milan. 


Titusville. 


Bengal. 


Jackson Center. 


Morris. 


Versailles, (o. h.) 


Boon Grove. 


Porter's Cross Roads. 


Napoleon. 


Way. 


Coffee Creek. 


Salt Creek. 


New Marion. 




Foster. 


Tnssinong Grove. 




nsH. 


FurnesSTill. 


Valparaiso, (c. h.) 






Hebron. 


Wheeler. 


Beech Grove. 


Moscow. 


Hickory Point. 




Bloom. > 


New Salem. 





APPENDIX. 


285 


Carlhnge. 


Raleigh. 


Fremont. 


Turkey Creek. 


Groves. 


Richland. 


Hamilton. 


York Center. 


Hannegan. 


RushvilU, (c. h.) 


Mets. 




Homar. 


SmeUer's Mills. 






Manilla. 
Melrose. 


Star. 
Steele's. 




BCLIIVAM. 


Milroy. 


Sjimner. 


Ascension. 


Morom. 






ni'ack'"creek. 


New Lebanon. 
Paten's. 


Cottage mil. 


Richardson. 


Brick Mill. 

Carlisle. 

CurrysviUc. 

Gi-njsville. 

Hymera. 


Shelburn. 
Sprontt'f. 
SuUivan, (c. h.) 
Turmau's Creek. 


Lakeville. 
Mishnwaka. 
New Castle. 


Solh Bend. (c. h.) 
Sumption Prairie. 
Terre Coupee. 


North Liberty. 


Walkerlon. 




Notre Dame. 


West York. 






Osceola. 


Woodland. 


SWIIZERLAKD. 




SCOTT. 


Allensvillo. 


Mount Sterling. 






Bennington. 


Patriot. 


Afton. 


Lixwgtcn, (e. h.) 


Craig. 


Pleasant. 


Alpha. 


Vienna. 


Florence. 


Qucrcus Grove. 


Austin. 


Woosterton. 


Grant's Creek. 


Rutherford. 






Jacksonville. 


Sugar Branch. 




8HELBT. 


Moorefield. 


Vevay, (c. b.) 


Blue Ridge. 


Moral. 


TIPPICAKOE. 


Boggstown. 


Morristown. 






Brookfield. 


Mount Auburn. 


Americus. 
Battle Ground. 
Chauncev. 


Montmorency. 

Octagon. 

Pettit. 


Conn's Creek. 

DavisTille. 

Fairland 


Noah. 

Pleasant View. 
Prescott, 


Flat Rock. 
Frceport. 
L«nis Creek. 
London. • 


Shelbyville, (o. h.) 
SmiUilhnnd. 
Sulphur Mill 
Wintertown. 


Clark's Hill. 
Colburn. 
Concord. 
Culver's Station 


Roraney. 
Shawnee Mound. 
Stockwell. 
Sugar Grove. 


Marietta. 




Dayion, 


Transilvillo. 




Farmers' Institute. West Point. 




SPENCEH. . 


LafayetU, (c. h.) 


Wyandot. 


Buffalo. 


Mariah Hill 




IlPIOSf. 


Dale. 


Midway. 






Enterprise. 


New Boston. 


Curtisville. 


Prairie. 


French Island. 


Newtonvillc. 


Groomsville. 


Sharpsvllle. 


Fnlda, 


Oakland. 


Jackson Station 


Tetersburg. 


Gentrjville. 


Rockport, (o. h.) 


Nevada. 


Tipton. (0. h.) 


Grand View. 


Saint Aleinrad. 


New Landester. 


West Kindorhook. 


Lake. 


Santa Claus. 


Normanda. 


Windfall City. 




GTABEE. 




CNION. 


Clear Lake. 
English Lake. 
Grover Town, 
Hinilet Station 
Encz, (c. b.) 


Lake City. 
North Bend. 
North Judson. 
San Pierre. 
Toto. 

STECBEJT. 


Bcechy Mire. 
Billingsvillo. 
Brownsville. 
Clifton. 
Cottage Grove. 


DunlapsviUe. 
Ltberty, (c. h.) 
Lotus. 
QuakertowD. 






TANDEBBlTBa. 


AWarado. 


North East. 






Ar,gola, (c. h.) 


Orland. 


Armstrong. 


McCutchanville. 


Crooked Creek. 


Pleasant Lake. 


Cypressdale. 


Nash Depot. 


Fish Creek. 


Salem Center. 


EvanstilU, (c. h.) 


Oakdam. 


Flint. 


Sandy Ridge. 


Kasson. 


SaundersTills. 


84 









28C 





VEBJllLLION. 


Carapbellsburg. 


Livonia. 






Canton. 


Mariinsburg. 


Clinton. 


Niwport, (c. h.) 


Chestnut Hill. 


Millport. 


Eugene. 


Perrysville. 


ClaysviUe. 


New PhiladelpUv 


Iligbland. 


Quaker Hill. 


Farabee's Station. 


New Retreat, 


Jones. 


Toronto. 


Flower Gap. 


Organ Spring. 






Fredericksburg. 


Pekin. 




TIGO. 


Hanlinsburg. 


Prowsville. 






Harristown. 


Salem, (e. h.) 


Cookerly. 


Prairie Creek. 


Heffren. 


Saltilloville. 


Ellsworth. 


Prairieton. 


Hiiohcock's Station. South Boston. 


Fruit UilL 


Saint Marys. 


Kossuth. 


Texas. 


Lewis. 


Sandford. 






New Goshen. 


Terre HauU, (c. h.) 


WAYNE. 


Pimento. 


Wauhoo. 










Abington. 


Hagerstown. 






Beason. 


Jacksonburg. 






Bethel. 


Knlorama. 


America. 


New Holland. 


Boston. 


Milton. 


Belden. 


New Madison. 


Cambridge City. 


Neil's Station. 


Dora. 


North Manchester. 


Centerville, (c. b.) 


New Garden. 


Emmnus. 


Rich Valley. 


Chester. 


Olive HiU. 


La Fontaine. 


Roann. 


Cox's Mills. 


Richmond. 


La Gro. 


Somerset. 


Dalton. 


Walnut Level. 


Laketon. 


Urbana. 


Dublin. 


Webster. 


Liberty Mills 


■Wabash, (0. h.) 


East Germantown. 


White Water. 


Lodi. 


WARREN. 


Eaonomy. 
Green's Fork. 


Williamsburg. 






WELLS. 


Baltimore. 


Rai.nsTille. 






Independence 


State Line. 


Brookston. 


Idaville. 


Marshfield. 


West Lebanon. 


Buffalo. 


Monon. 


Pine Village. 


WilliamffOTt, (c. h.) 


Burnett s Greek. 


Montictllo, (e. h.). 






Cathcart. 


Reynolds. 




WARRICK. 


Chalmers. 


Seafield. 






Flowerville. 


Wolcott. 


Sooneville, (c. 


h.\ LynnviUe, 






Canal. 


Newburg. 


WHITLET. 


Crowvillo. 


Polk Patch. 






Hartsboro'. 


Wheatonville. 


Cherubusoo. 


Laud. 


Lee. 


Yunkeetown. 


Coesse. 








CoUamer. 


South Clereland. 




WASHI.NGTON. 


Columbia Cily, (c. h. 


) South Whitley. 






Fuller's Corners. 


Summit. 


Beck's Mills. 


Little York. 


Hecla. 


Washington Center. 



P. SHOEilAKEIt. 



J. J'. DUBFELV. 



Shoemaker & Durfeld, 

REAL ESTATE BROKERS, 

And Solicitors of Patents. 



Buy and Sell Real Estate, Advance Money on Mortgages. Rent Houses 
and Collect Rents, Accounts, and Pay Taxes, Etc. 

No. 16 1-2 EAST WASHINGTON STREET. 
XxLdi£Liia.polis, Ixiclia^iia;. 



C4 V 

ADVERTISEMENTS. 287 



SENATE SALOON*, , 

80 West Washington St., j 5 
IHSIAHAPOIjiIS, IHDm \ 
MAURICE WELSH, Proprietor. 



The best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars constantly on hand. 
The Public are invited to call. 

T^ ^1. R. K. E IV T^^TTE:, 

Manufacturer of 

DOOHS, SASH, BLINDS, 

Door & Window Frames, Brackets, Mouldings, Etc., 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN 

Flooring, Ceiling!, Rough and Dressed Pine, 

POPLAR AND ASH LUMBER. 

FLOORING WORKED, LUMBER DRESSED AND SAWED TO ORDER. 



FACTORY AND LUMBER YARD: 

38 SOUTH NEW JERSEY STREET, INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA. 



FRANK REITZ'S 

CITY GAHDEM 

AND RESTAUEANT, 
Corner Washington and Alabama Streets. 



K'^eps the Best Brands of Liquors, Wines aad 
Cigars. Good Music in Attendance. 



288 ADVERTISEMENTS. 

F. P. BECKER. JOSEPH BECKER. 

BZZCKISR BROTHERS, 

Ladies' Restaurant and 

CONFECTIONERY, 

17 N. Pennsylvania Street, Indianapolis. 

Weddings, Parties and Social Gatherings supplied with every- 
thing in our line at Short Notice. 

CONRAD NBAB, 

GAS AND STEAM FITTER, 

No. 70 N. lUinois St., Miller's Block, 

National Hotel Billiard Rooms, 

NATIONAL HOTEL BUILDING, 

(South of Unioa Depol), 

JOHN BUS SEY, - - Proprietor. 

The most popular and finely furnished rooms in the city. 
Travelers are respectfully solicited to call. The bar is fur- 
nished with the best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars. 

PALMER HOUSE SALOON, 

Entrance on Illinois Street. 

HLMmiCKr3Zl Proprietor. 

OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



liVeaver & Hedges^ 

UNDEETAKEES, 

And Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

METALIC BURIAL CASES, CASKETS, 

"Wooden Coffins, 

No. 39 North Illinois Street, 

(Nearly opposite Bates Ilouse), 

INDIANAPOLIS, - INDIANA. 



CITY BOOK STORE, 

No. 4 E. Washington St, Yohn's Block, 

INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA. 



J. m. V. SSfEITIX, 

mmni iscauNtoys m school cooks, 

Religious and Sunday School Books 

Of" all Denominations. 

BLANK BOOKS, PAPER, ENVELOPES & STATIONERY OF ALL KINDS. 

Depository of the Publications of the Methodist Book Concern. 
cirrcznm-ATi frxces duplicates. 

Any Book in Print will be sent at the Catalogue price, prepaid. 



290 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



The Oldest Established House in the City. 

bank^^aLoon, 

23 WEST WASHINGTON STREET, 

INDIANAPOLIS, - IND., 

J*. WELSH. ... - ProiJrietor. 

Tho Bar is constantly stocked witli the best Wines, 
Liquors and Cigars. The Public ara invited to call. 

6 PLANING MILL | 

p Builders' and Mamafacturers' Association, i 

M '«. 

p S^SH, I>OOIiS A.jVI> BLI]VI>S, « 

pq TURNING AND SCROLL SAWING. p 

DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF pa 

£ LUMBER, LATH AND SHINGLES, i 

.<5 MILL: 225 TO 235 NORTH DELAWARE STREET, ^ 

Eh INOIANAPOI^IS, IND. g 

CQ 0. EDEN, Pres't. J. L. AVERY, Treas. JAMES HASSON, Sec'y. « 




CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY, 

BAST MARKKT SQIXARE, 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 



ADVERTISEMENTS, 291 

I. HURRLE, 

Mercliant Tailor, 

No. 170 E. WASHINGTON STREET, 



OLOTBINQ OF THE LATEST STYLE MADE TO ORDER. 

25 CENT STORE. 

; 20,000 Articles for Sale 

AT THE GREAT ORIGINAL 

NEW YORK 25 CENT STORE. 

Call and see what a Quarter of a Dollar will buy 

No. 61 NORTH ILLINOIS STREET. 

JNO. L. TANNER. THOS. J. PRESSEL. 

Tanner & Pressel, 

FUHITITUEE EEPAIH HOOMS, 

No. 75 Virginia Avenue, Indianapolis, Ind. 

Special Attention given to Re-Upliolstering Mattresses, Spring 
Beds and all liinds of Parlor Furniture. 

Also, Ctiaif Caning, Varnishing, Pacl(ing and Shipping Furniture. 
Slims ^ HOSKins, 

Gravel & Composition Roofers^ 

ROOFING PITCH AND COAL TAR, 

Saturated and Unsaturated Eoofing Felt. 

ALSO, THE ASPHELTIC OR IRISH FELT. 

Ofiace : Corner Georgia Street and Canal, 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



IVIEAT IVIARKETS. 

Meat Market and Butcher, 

71 East Washinton St. and 152 Virginia Av., 

INDIANAPOLIS, -.-.--. INDIANA. 



DEALS IN ALL KINDS OF FRESH, SALT AND SMOKED ME*TS. 

STEPHEN GRAY & CO., 

MERCHANT TAILORS 

14 NORTH PENNSYLVANIA ST., 
i:isrr>i-A.3sr-A.FOLis, xhtjdxj^htj^. 

Sontbwest Corner Micbigan aud Mississippi Sts., 

DEALEB IN 

BROAD CUT ICE. 



Delivers to any Store, Manufactory. Residence, Boarding House, 

Shop or Koom at Cheaper rates than the same quality 

can be furnished by^any other dealer. 

MERCHANT TAILOR, 

38 West W^ashington Street^ 

VSIHA.TSA.l?ai^TS, i]vr>. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



293 



^^3,C1E HoDSr^ 



OItT THE 



EUROPEAN PLAN. 





IHPH 


1 ' ii^JiiSliilllllSK^ 


Hi 



Ho. 15 M. laeridian St., 



Mrs. GEORGE RHODIUS, - - Proprietress. 



2P4 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



PARROTT, NICKUiyi Sl CO., 

8 T E A. M: 

Cracker Bakery, 

No. 188 East Washington Street, 

INDIANAPOLIS, - INDIANA. 



JAMES DICKSON. 



BUTSCH, DICKSON & DELL, 



iDEj^XiOEies insr 



Lime, Cement, Plaster Paris, 

LAND PLASTER, HAIR AND LATH, 
No. 27 East Georgia Street, 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 295 



CHARLES SOEHNER, 

SOLE AGENT FOR 




FROM $350 TO $800, 
ORGANS AND MELODEONS FROM $75 TO $250, 

83 N. ILLINOIS ST., UNDER ACADEMY OP MUSIC, 
Indianapolis, Indiana.. 



FEED. THOMPSON, 

33 North Illinois Street, 
INDIANAPOI.IS, IND. 

THE CLIPPER. 



WILLIAM A. LOWE, 

Attorney & Counselor at Law, 

16 1-2 East Washington Street, 



Practices in the State and Federal Courts. Particular attention 
paid to all business entrusted to his care. 



296 ADVERTISEMENTS. 

THE LEADING CIGAR HOUSE. 
MAYER & BRO., 

39 W. WASHINGTON ST., 

SOLE AGEJffTS FOB, THE 

Celebrated Mayflower Chewing Tobacco. 



'S 



Dyeing and Cleaning 

EST.A.BIL.ISI3:3v.d:Ei3SrT, 
Corner Market and Illinois Streets. 



Particular Attention given to Dyeing, Cleaning and 
Repairing Gents' Clothing. 



O. F. M AYHEW, 

SOLICITOR OF 

AMEHICAU AITD TOEEIGU 



Agencies in Washington City and London. 

OFFICE WITH 

Secretary State Board of Agriculture, State House, 
Indianapolis, Ind. 

SEND FOR CIRCULR. POST OFFICE BOX 385. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 297 

XjOTJIS LJ^ltTO-, 

DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF 

Foreign an d Ma tive 

Stock Ale and Porter. 

Always on hand a Choice Assortment of 

BOTTLED WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. 
No. 29 S. Meridian Street. 



LAFE ROBINSON. BRUCE ROBINSON. 

ROBINSON BROTHERS, 

Manufacturers and Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

TRUNKS & VALISES, 

No. 20 Virginia Avenue, 
INDIANA POLIS, - INDIANA. 

Repairing done on Short Notice. All kinds of 
Trunks made to Order 



HENEY'S SALOON 

No. 131 West Washington Street, 

Opposite the State House, 

INDIANAPOLIS, - INDIANA. 



THE BEST OE 

ITITines, Ijiiquors <£ Cigars 

COIVSTAIVTLY OIV HA-IVD. 



2»0 ADVERTISEMENTS. 

CHAS. MAYER. WM. HAUEISBN. 

ESTABLISHED IN 1840. 



CHARLES MAYER & CO., 

Importers and Johhers of 

Toys, Notions & Fancy Goods, 

CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES, FANCY WILLOW WARE, &c., 
29 WEST WASHINGTON STREET, 



WASHINGTON HALL SALOON, 

78 and 80 West Washington St., 
^ ]V i> 

Academy of Music Saloon, 

Academy of Music Building, North Illinois Street, 

iivr>i^TVAr»OLis, i]vi>. 
PHILIP FAHRBACH, Proprietor. 

The above establishments are at all times stocked with the best 
brauds of Wines, Liquors and Cigars. 



HENRY WBGHORST, 

A- ]V I> 

TEaETABLE GAUDENEH. 



CUT FLOW[RS m BPyQUETS COHS TAIITLy ON HAND, 

South East Street, near Corporation Line, 
I3SriDI-A.3Sr.A.T>OXjIS, i3sri>_ 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 299 

THE STANDARD MACHINE OF THE WORLD. 

OVER 450,000 IN DAILY USE. 

OVER 150,000 Machines SOLD ANNUALLY. 

Singer Manufacturing Co. 

Is the onljr Vompany in the World that manufactures machines 
for All Kinds of «Vork. 

JOSSELYN BROS. & CO., 

Exclnsive Dealers in the Above Machines for the States of 

MICHIGAN AND INDIANA, ONTAEIO, CANADA, NORTH- 
WESTERN OHIO AND SOUTHERN ILLINOIS. 



TVILLIAM SELKING, 

Billiard Saloon & Restaurant, 

Wholesale and Betail Dealer in 

CIG-ARS AND TOBACCO, 

TVo. 33 TVortli DPennsylvania St., 

ONE BOOR SOUTH OF POST OFFICE, 

INDIANAPOLIS, - - - - INDIANA. 



MUNSON & JOHNSTON, 

DEALERS IN 

AMERICAN & ITALIAN MARBLE MANTLES, 

ALSO SLATE AND IRON MANTLES, GRATES, STOVES, FURNACES, GAL- 
VANIZED IRON CORNICE, SLATE AND TIN ROOFING. 

Proprietors of the 

JVo. 62 EAST WASHIJVGTOJ^ ST., 

N. B.— Old grates of nny style re-set on shortest notice. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



J. C. LICHTFORD, 

(Late with Sinker & Co.,) 

coram Ai MECSilCAl EimiEER 

AND DRAUGHTSMAN, 

MAKES DFSIGNS, WORKING DRAWINGS, ESTIMATES AND SUPERINTENDS 
THE CONSTRUCTION AND ERECTION OF ALL KINDS OF MACHIN- 
ERY; ALSO PREPARES DRAWINGS, &C., FOR 
PATENT OFFICE BUSINESS. 



OFFICE: 

No. 1, Third Floor, Fitzgibbon's Block, 

COR. LOUISIANA AND MERIDIAN STS., 



The Domestic Sewing Machine, 

CHALLENGES COMPETITION. 

For all the qualities that are wanted in a Family and Manufacturing Machine 

IT IS ti3::h! 

CHEAPEST AND THE BEST, 



IFOE, IT IS THIES 



Most Simple in Construction, 
Most Easily Run and 

Most Reliable in its Action, 

OF ANY MACHINE IN THE WORLD. 

state Agent for Indiana, 
INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



301 



Bicking House, 

J.W.HEBBLE& SONS, Prop's, 
89 SOUTH ILLINOIS ST., 

One Square North of Union Depot, 
INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA. 



8@"This House has been newly 
fitted and is now op'en to the public. 



Indiana Department 

OF 

LIFE ASSOCIATION 

AMERICA. 

WILLIAM TWINING, General Manager, 

Office; Sentinel Building, 
INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA. 



THios. J", oox:. 



MANUFACTURER OF 



CHIMNEYS & BRiTCHING, 

Sorghum Pans, Tanks, Gasometers, Evaporators, 

ALL KINDS OF SHEET IRON WORK, 
24 East Georgia St., Indianapo lis, Indiana. 

Special attention given to Repairs and building Sheet Iron Furnaces and Stove Drums. 



SAMUEL TAGGART, 

MILLWHIGHT 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 

Manufacturer of all Kinds of Flour- 
Packers and Flouring M'lls complete. 
Also, Corn Meal Bolts, Wheat and Buck- 
wtiea' Flour Bolts ; keeps Dufour & Co.'s 
celebrated Dutch Anker Brand Bolting 
Clotnand Mill Furnishings Generally. 
UFFICE, 132 S. PENNSyLVANI.4 ST., 
Residence, 118 N, M 



JAIVIES M. BUCHANAN, 



MANUFACTURER < 



UNION PLOWS, 

Wagons and Harrows. 

ALL KINDS OF REPAIRING DONE.' 
Nos. 25, 27 and 29 

SOUTH E^ST ST 

Indianapolis f Incl. 



DEW DROP SALOON 

No. 65 W. Washington St., 



James D. Leonard &, Julius V ictor, Prop's, 

KEEPS ALWAYS ON HAND A LARGE SUPPLY OF THE BEST LIQUORS & CIGAKS 



ABVERTISEMENTS. 



J- B. CONATY, 

Millinery and Fancy Goods, 

Ladies' Hats, Frames, Plaster Blocks, Dies, kc. 

WHOLESALE AND EETAIL, 
No. 42 South Illinois Street, 

INDIANAPOLIS, - - INDIANA. 

WINCHESTER JOURNAL, 

Published Every Thursday by 

It has a bona fide circulation of One Thousand Copies, and being the 
Official Paper of the County^ makes it a 

DESIRABLE ADVERTISING MEDIUM 

For the Business Men of Indianapolis. 



Hume, Adams & Co. desire to inform their friends 
and the public that, on or about the first of September 
next, they will remove their entire stock of CARPETS 
and WALL PAPERS to the new building, corner of 
Meridian and Maryland streets, formerly the Morrison 
Opera House Building. Until then they will sell at 
greatly reduced prices to close out thei'- old si ock. 



J. S. DUNLOP & CO., 

Fire and Life Insurance Agents, 

Represent the following first-class Companies: 

Equitable Life, assetts, .... $12,000,000 

Lorillard Fire. New York, .... 1,700,000 

Market. New York, - - - - - 700,000 

City Fire, Hartford, ..... 600.000 

Republic, Chicago, ..... 1.500,000 

Uniou, San Ft aneisco, - - . - . 1,100,000 

INSURANCE AS LOW AS COMPATIBLE, WITH SECUR TY AND SAFETV. 
Office: Over Bee-Hive Store, Northwest cor. Washington & Meridian. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 303 

Bates House Saloon 

JVb. 12 North Illinois Street. 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 



SllVtOP^ MicCAI^TH^i", I>rop'r. 



This Popular Establishment is constantly supplied with the purest 

WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS, &c. 

OPEN AT ALL MOUBS. 



FARMERS SALOON 

No. 195 West Washington Street, 

IlVI3I^^]VAPOLIS, IIVD. 

The best of WIKEUIQUOIiSaniiCW, always on U, 



JOmvT O. 1N^CBI^I3DE, I'llOF'I^. 



NATIONAL BILLIARD HALL 

No. 39 East Washington Street, 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 



Tlie Best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars 

JOHN HUEGELE, Prop'r. 



304 ADVERTISEMENTS. 

St. Louis, Vandalia, 

TEIIIIL HAyTE & INDIANAPOLIS 

R^ILROA.D. 




INDIANAPOLIS and ST. LOUIS, 

Connecting at TERRE HAUTE with the E. & 0. R. R., to 
Vincennes and Evansville. At EFFINGHAM, -with the Illi- 
nois Central, Chicago Branch to Cairo, forming 

! INDIANAPOLIS & CAIRO SHORT LINE, 

At VANDALIA, with the Main Line of Illinois Central, for 
points in Northern Illinois and Iowa. 

Shippers and Passengers desirous of making quick time 
are advised to patronize this route. 

For further information apply to 

Assistant Superintendent T. H. & I. R. R., at the Com- 
pany's Depot, corner Tennessee and Louisiana Sts. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 305 

IlTDIAITAPOLIS, ClUCIlTUATI 




The Great Through Exirress and Mail Moute from INDI- 
ANAPOLIS to and from all points EAST d: WEST. 



CINCINN'^TI TRAINS. 

Xliree Trains Daily from the Union Depot for Cincinnati, and con- 
nectin^ at Cincinnati witli all the Great Eastern and »iouthern 
Kuilroad Lines and the Olilo !«teaniers. 



LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO TRAINS. 



LAFAYETTE, QUINCY & ST. JOSEPH TRAINS. 

ish Trains Daily, via Lafayi 
y, Keokuk, St. Joseph and 
lika and the Gold Kegions. 



SLEEPING CARS ON ALL NIGHT TRAINS 



Baggage Checked Through to any jtoint East or West. 



A. E. CLAEK, Gen'l Ticket Agt. W. H. L. NOBLE, aen'l Agt. 

H .L. HALL, Assistant Sup't. J. P. RICHAEDSON, Sup't, 



306 ADVERTISEMENTS. 

GREAT SOUTHERN ROUTE. 

Jeffersonville, Madison 




R A^ILRO^D. 



I>II«,ECT liOXJTE TO 

Louisville, Nashville, 

Chatanooga, Memphis. 

Mobile, New Orleans 

And all Points in the Southwest. 



This line, for Speed, Safety and all appliances pertaining to a first- 
class road is excelled by none. 

Palace Sleeping Cars on all INight Trains 

For New Orleans, and from Louisville to New York without change. 
Connects with the Ohio & Mississippi R. R., at Seymour and North Ver- 
non, East and West. 

S.E.CAREY, J.G.WHITCOMB, HORACE SCOTT, 

Gen. T. Agt. Jeffersonville. Agt, Indianapolis. Gen. Snpt. Jeffersonville. 



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ADVERTISEMENTS. 307 



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Cor. Meridian and Circle Sts. 



The Largest and Most Complete Printing [stablishment 

IN THE WESTERN COUNTRY. 



MERCANTILE, RAILROAD, 

And SHOW PRINTING. 



Terms of the 33 ally Sentinel. 

Mail (Payable in Advance), per year - - - $10 00 
" " " six Months - - - 5 00 

" " " one Month - - 1 00 

Delivered in the City, per week 25 

Terms of" the "Weekly Sentinel. 

Single Copies, One Year -.- - - - - -$2 00 

Ten Copies or more, to one person, one year each copy 1 50 



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I Martin, Hopkins & Ohr, 

IB^II^Ei ^ZSTjD life 

JiNSURANCE AGENCY, 

New Journal Building, 

INDIANAPOLIS, - INDIANA. 



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• AIlS'ATIOyJL HOTEL. 2^X 



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Travelers ar^ respaetfUly .-tjli'-itrd to call. 








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n trtos, argy^ss & Melodeons, 

h'rom «*<- hmt and mont relinhUs maker t. 

f' ft. lll'.ois St , ui, \9' Academj oT Music, Indianapolis. Ind. 



P Mimsoii ^ Johnstoii, 

l|l& WholfciN>le anrf Retatl Dealers in 

'' HEATING, PARL-OR & COOKINS 

AnaV&c- ifacUirer* of 

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