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THE 



LOWELL DIRECTORY 



CONTAINING 



NAMES OF THE INHABITANTS, 



THEIR OCCUPATIONS, PLACES OF BUSI^"E3S, AND 

DWELLING HOUSES ; WITH STREETS AND 

CORPORATIONS. 

TOWN OFFICERS, 

PUBLIC OFFICES, BANKS, 

INCORPORATED CO>IPAMES, SOCIETIES, 

AND MUCH OTHER USEFUL INFORMATION. 



TO WHICH IS ANNEXED A 

DIRECTORY OF BELVIDERE VILLAGE. 



PUBLISHED BY BE.^JAMIN FLOYD. 



LOWELL: 

POINTED BY TIIO. EILLINGS, NO. 13, MERRIMAC. 31RSET- 

1832, 



TO PATRO>S. 



In aiTanging a Directory for the town of Lowell, 
at this time, the public must be aware that several 
reasons operate to rpncler the work more difficult 
and consequently less^orrectlhan the Author could 
wish. 

Much pains has been taken to obtain all desirable 
information but in many itistanct s it has been found 
very difficult to designate by stre-^ts and numbers 
the residence of all the inhabitants, in the present 
unfinished and unsettled stnt^^ of the place. These 
inconveniences, which will d';'.'-! less decrease with 
the growth of the tovvji, the Autiiorhas endeavored 
as much as possible to remedy bv obtaining and 
applying the best reference to he had. 

Much is due to rhe citizens generally for ail the 
assistance and inforination rendered to this object. 
That these favors may be repaid and aihcasouable 
expectations realized, is the object and wish of the 

AUTHOR 



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LOWELL. 

Lowell was formerly the Northeastern section of 
ihe town of Chelmsford, and contains, bj^ the act of 
incorporation four square miles. It is situated at 
the confluence of the ^]errimack and Concord riv- 
ers ; the former of winch separates it from Dracut 
on the north; the latter from Tewksbury on the 
east. It is ^5 miles N. W. from Boston, and con- 
tains at the present time rising of 8000 inhahirants. 
Jt derived its name from Francis C. Loweii, Esq. a 
gentleman who early and successfully introduced 
the mriiufacture of cotton into the Unittd States. 
By t})c Indians it was lormi-riy cuiled Wamasit. — 
The 9:vesr water power is produced by a canal one 
and a half mile in lenirth, s.sty fiiet wide, and car- 
rying ei^ht feet in deplli, fiom its commencement 
above the iu^ad of Pawtucket Falls on tlie ?Jcrri- 
mack, to its termination into the Concord. The en- 
tir<^ ihli is 82 feet. This hych-aulic power is distrib- 
uted by iaterai and other branches of the main ca- 
nal to ti;e various points wliere it is wanted for use, 
and th.Mi discharf^ed inio tiui Merrimack or Concord 
as the case ma'y i)e. This inmiense water power, 
together with a >arge amount of real estate, is own- 
ed by a company called "TAe Proprietors of Locks 
and Canals on Merrimack River" with a cajiital of 
$600,000. They disjjose of mill riglits and lands as 
they are wanted. Beside these they have a large 
mac bine shop, in which they manufacture machin- 
ery, and employ '200 woi'kmen. 

The first manufacturing company, in point ofage, 
as weii as capital is the Merrimack. It has a capital 
of 1,500.000 dollars, with five large brick fectories. 
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containing 26,000 spindles and 1 ,000 looms. It em- 
ploys from 3 to 400 males, and from 8 to 900 fe- 
males, and uses 500 bales, or 1,500,000 pounds of 
cotton annual!}'. It manufactures, bleaches, and 
prints 6,500,000 yards annually. 

The Hamilton Manufacturing company has a cap- 
ital of 800,000 dollars ; three large brick factories, 
containing 15,000 spindles, 500 looms, and employs 
900 operatives, 700 of whom are females. It con- 
sumes about 300 bales of cotton, manufactures 70- 
000 yards per week, or 3,540,000 yards per annum. 
Two of the mills make tvv'illed goods, the other one 
plain. There are also bleach and print works be- 
longing to this company, in which part of the goods 
are converted into calicoes and fancy articles. 

The Appldon Manufacturing company, with a 
capital of 500,000 dollars, has two large brick fac- 
tories, conteiining9,500 spindles, 350 looms, and em- 
ploys about 60 males and 475 females. They use 
about 1,500,000 pounds of cotton, and manufacture 
SO,OCO yards per week, or above 4,000,000 a year. 

The Lowell Manufacturing company, with a cap- 
ital of 000,000 dollars, has one factory of cotton 
goods, conta'ning 4000 spindles, and 132 looms. — 
They use ahuut 1,000,000 lbs. of cotton annually, 
and make 42/000 yards of cloth per week, or 2,184- 
000 yards per year. These are coarse goods com- 
monly called negro cloths. This company has also 
a carpet factory, in which are made from 3 to 400 
yards of carpeting weekly. They nsanufacture tlic 
Kidderminster and Brussels carpets, and elegant 
rugs of various kin-is and patterns; all of which are 
^equal if not superior to those imported. They em- 
ploy i* 5 males and 200 females in the two estab- 
lishments. 

The Middlesex Manufacturing company, with a 
capital of 500,000 dollars, have two factories ; oi:e 
of brick and one of wood, both four stories high, in 
which arc 2080 spindles, and 52 looms : employ 50 



males and 100 females; consume 150,000 lbs. wool, 
and manufacture 100,000 yards of cassimere, at an 
average value of $1,75, and 100,000 yards cassinets, 
at an average value of 75 cts. 

There are three new companies formed, viz: Suf- 
folk, capital 450,000 dollars ; Tremont, capital 500- 
000 dollars, and Lawrence, capita! 1,200,000 dollars, 
which have engaged the po'.ver and sites for 10 fac- 
tories ; the buildings for four of which are now near- 
ly completed. 

On the Concord River, about one mile from the 
town there are Powder works, belonging to Oliver 
M. Whipple, Esq. at whicli is made powder of a 
very superior quality. 00,000 kegs of ^5 lbs, each, 
ai'e made annually. 

In addition to the 8000 and more inhabitants in 
this town, there is in the village of Belvidere, on the 
opposite side of the Concord, full another 1000. It 
is in the town of Tevv'ksbury, and has grown up 
along with Lov/ell. The number of liouses for pub- 
lic worship is eight, viz : — one Episcopal, one Bap- 
tist, two Calvinists, two Methodists, one Universal- 
ist, and one Roman Catholic, and one other for the 
Unitarians is now being built. 

Among other advantages that Lowell possesses 
as a manufacturing town, is the facility of commu- 
nicating with Boston, by means of the Middlesex 
Canal. Goods can be put into a boat in Boston and 
landed at tho door of the factory ; of course, their 
maiiufactures can be returned in the same way. 
Ei5t the chief advantage is the magnitude and per- 
nir.Tiency of the water power. The present canal 
is calculated to be sufficient for 50 factories of the 
size of those already erected, and there cannot bo a 
doubt but that the Merrimuc wiii always supply a 
sijfrlcient quantity of water for their use. 



LOWELL DIRECTORY. 

Abbot Joshua, mason, h Chapel st, Chapel Hill. 
Abbot Abial, clerk al Merrimac counting room. 

boards No. 7 Dution street. 
Abbot Ziba, see Frye & Abbot, bds Dracut. 
Abbot Charles, overseer Appleton corporation, bds. 

Mrs.Shn.ws, No. 3. 
Abels Franklin L., overseer at Middlesex corp. 
Adams Thonias, L. stable, Chapel street. 
Adams John,Lovveli Reading Room, Town House, 

Merrimac st. h. Church st. 
Adcims John R., att'v. at law, Central st. bds. at 

Blake's Hotel. 
Adams Simon, & Kendal Jonathan, Merrimac 

square, li. Tyler st. 
Adams Thomas, stageraan, bds. at Frye's tavern. 
Adams John, mason, Lowell st. rear Rennet's 

buildings. 
Adams Jonathan, repairer of machinery, h. No. 1 

Prince st. 
Adams Nathan, instrument maker, Chapel Hill. 
Ager Nancy, boarding b. No. 3 Hamilton corp. 
Aird James, at factory, h. No. 47 Bowditch st. 
Allen Otis, soap boiler, see Horn &. Allen, Cen- 
tral St. 
Alexander Jonathan, house wright, h. Appleton St., 

Sheafe's buildings. 
AUdritt Ann, boarding, Lowell st. 
Aldrich Elisha, house wright, without the village. 

Merrimac st. 



10 LOWELL DIRECTORY. 

Allen John, without the village. 

Ames Seth, atty at law, Central st. see Wright & A. 

Ames Sarah, widow, boardinjg* h. No. 5 Appleton 

Corp. 
Anderson Robert, house wright, Central st. Chapel 

Hill. 
Annable Martha, dress making, Merrimac st. bds. 

at Mrs. Wylie's. 
Anthonj^ Joseph, blacksmith, bds. at Mrs. Willing- 
tons. 
Anthony Isaac, Machinist, 27 rear Button st. 
Andrews Ephraim, machinist, h. near Catholic 

Church. 
Andrews Jeremiah, boarding, h. Lowell st. Stone's 

building. 
A})pleton Isaac, livery stable, Lowell st. 
Appteton Ebenezer, agent of Ham. corp. bds. at 

Jas. Tylers. 
Appleton Samuel, clerk of Ham. corp. print works, 

'bds. at Tylers. 
Arrell Clarisa, & Lakin Susan, boarding h. Suf^ 

folk corporation. 
Armor Harriet, see Dodge & A. 
Atherton Thomas, machinist, h. 5 Prince st. 
Atherton Samuel, machinist, h. 16 Prince st. 
Atkinson, hat store, Central st. Hamilton Place, 

No. 1. Manufactory Belvidere, near upper l)ridge. 
Atkinson James V. manofacturer, h. 02 Worth st. 
Atkinson Mrs. widow, h. Chapel Hill. 
Austin Asa, teamster, Thorndike st. near brewery. 
Austin Heniy, team?^ter, h. Central st. Col. Fletch- 
er's buildings. 
Avery Edward K. Rev. h. Chapel Hill, Abbot's 

buildings. 
Avery John, superintendent Hamilton Corporation, 

h. Appleton st. 
Avery Jeremiali, overseer Hamilton corporation, h. 

35 Jackson st. 



LOWELL DIRECTORY. II 

Avery Coffin, machinist, Hamilton Corporation, h. 

39 Bowditch st. 
Avery Solomon, watchman, bds. 43. Bowditch st. 
Ayer James H. B., surveyor of lumber, Lowell st. 

Barns Henry W., agent of Lowell brewery, h. near 
tlie brewery. 

Barns George, butcher, provision cellar, Central st. 
h. near the brewery. 

Barns George, livery stable, Merrimac st. h. Chapel 
St. Coburn's buildings. 

Barns Isaac, att'y. at law, Central st. bds. 8 Hurdst. 

Barns Janies, overseer, h. 59 VV'orihiiig st. Hamil- 
ton Corporation. 

Barns Charles, manufacturer, 19 Prince st. 

Barroii John, blk. printer, bds. 18 Pruicc st. at R. 
Hopes. 

Barton Jonas, at print works, bds. 6 Prince st. at 
Calefs'. 

Barker Robert, dyer, 9 Prince-st. 

Bascom jr. overseer at Hamilton corporation, bds. 
7 M. Stearns, EUior st. 

Basset Enoch, bouse wrlght, h. 9 Button st. 

Bates John, overseer, h. 55 Worth st. Merrimac 
corporation. 

Bacon Cbarles, machinist, h. 4 Dutfon st. 

Ball Abner, raanufa' turer, ]i. 23 Button st. 

Baihour Plorace, ovf.rscer, ii. 15 Button st. 

Barilett Isaac, b. 1 Princ^^ st. IMerrimaccorp. 

Banet & Bascorii, crockery and fruit, Jackson st. 

Barrett Oliver, variety store, Jackson st. Hamilton 
Co's. biiiklings. 

Bartiett Elisba, physician, corner of Hamilton and 
('eiifral st. 

Barr'ett Oiiv^r, machinist, bds. 19 Jackson-st, 

Ba'ly Joi?t oh, h. Cent. St., 3 Union Buildings. 

Baik \ Manasseh, pordwainer, h. 3 the Village Car- 
pet block on Lovireil st. 



12 LOWELL DlRECTORr. 

Bailey Omer, boarding h. Green st. Marsh's build- 
ings. 

Bailey Joshua, overseer of work, Merrimac st. at 
Miss Ford's, without the village. 

Bailey Henry, bds. at Mrs. Wellington's. 

Bailey Selina, widow, boarding h. 19 Worthen st., 
Mer. corporation. 

Bailey Maria, widow, boarding h. 51 Worthing st. 
Mer. corporation. 

Bailey Catherine, boarding h. No. 6 1st block, 
Lowell corporation, 

Barnard Trestram, house wright, bds at IT. Gage's, 
Lowell St. 

Bamford Simon, bds. 46 W. Bamford's, 

Bamford WilUam, overseer Ham. corp. 4G Bow- 
ditch St. 

Bates Henry, victualing cellar, Central st. h. Chap- 
el Hill. 

Bartholomew Geirty, Francom's buildings, River st. 

Bancroft Isaac, mason, h. Central st. Chapel Hill. 

Bancroft Jefferson, deputy sheriff, office Central st. 
h. Tyler st. 

Baird Charles, gun smith, Central st. bds. at De- 
inente. 

Balch Moses P. watch maker. Central st. Livings- 
ton's buildings, bds at Frye's tavern. 

Banister Rebecca, widow, boarding ti. Gorham st. 
Judge Butkr's buildings. 

Barr Cummings, stone layer, h. Lowell st. 

Barr Andrew, tailor, Merrimac square. 

Barr John, shoe store. Central st. h. Huiid st. 

Baker Thomas J. variety store, Men'imac st. h. Ap- 
pleton St. Dean's buildings. 

Baker Gushing, inn holder, Mansion House, Merri- 
mac St. 
Baker Jane Sc Col burn Achsah, dress maker, Mer- 
rimac St. bds. 15 Hamilton corporation. 
Baker Richard, stone layer, on the bank of M<:v- 
rimac river, without the village. 



LOWELL DIRECTORY. Hi 

Baxter Henry J., merchant tailor, corner of Central 
and Hurd st. h. Gorliam st. Whipple's buildings. 

Baker Nancy, widow, boarding h. 15 Hamilton cor^ 
poration. 

Baker Dolly, boarding h. No. 24 Webster st. 

Balcom Jonas, boarding h. Hurd st. Lawrence's 
buildings. 

Bascom Timothy, boarding h. Merrimac st. Ball's 
buildings. 

Bascom William, hat and shoe store, Merrimac st. 
bds. at T. Bas.' 

Bascom Clement, and Bascom Timothy, W. I. 
goods, Merrimac st. 

Barrett Daniel, house wright, Lowell st. rear Hil- 
liard's buildings. 

Bullard Daniel, house wright, Lowell st. rear Hi(- 
liard's buildings, 
idgei 
ings. 

Bacon William, stone cutter, 3Ierrimac st. Bowers' 
buildings. 

Bancroft Selwin, overseer, h. IC Appleton corpo- 
ration, Hamilton st. 

Beniis Robert E., clerk at Suffolk counting room, 
h. south block. 

Bennet William S., Lowell st. boards at Miss May- 
nards'. 

Bedlow Joseph, maclnnist, 18, Dutton st. square, 
Merrimac Corporation. 

Bean Amos, overseer bds. 58 Worthing st. Go- 
by's. 

Besse Cutis, overseer, bds. No. 1, block No. 4, h. 
Capt. Brjgham's, 

Beal Edward, overseer, Suffolk corporation, bds. at 
C. Hastlery. 

Bell John, machinist, Merrimac st. Barne^ build- 
ings. 

Birt Henry, machinist, bds. at Eli Cooper's, Dut- 
ton St. 



14 LOWELL DIRECTORY. 

Billings Thomas, book store and bindery, Merri- 

mac St. No. 11. 
Bird Andrew, overseer, h. 47 Worthing st. Merri- 

mac corporation. 
Blaizdel Abigail, tailoress, h. Elm street Chapel 

Hill. 
Blaizdel Daniel, carpenter, h. Chapel st. rear of 

Taylor's buildings. 
Blake Catherine, tailoress, h. Central st. M. Hil- 

dreth's buildings. 
Blake Abraham P., Lowell Hotel, Gorham st. 

Howard's building. 
Blair John, house wright, Hurd st. Lawrences' 

building. 
Blair Rebecca, dress maker, Hurd st. Lawrence 

building 
Blanchard Isaac J., W. I. goods, Merrimac st. brick 

block. 
Blanchard Amos Rev., h. Lowell st. 
Blom Nelson, overseer, h. 43 Bowditch st. 
Blood William, see Hadley & B. 
Boot Kirk, agent of Merrimac manufactories and 

locks and canal companies, h. Merrimac Place. 
Bohonan Ananiab, cordwainer, h. Chapel st. Co- 

burii's building. 
Bolton George W., machinist, h. Appleton st. Un- 

dervveod's building. 
Bork John, laborer, h. Merrimac st. Fish's build- 
ing. 
Boothby Mariah, school mistress, Merrimac st. bds. 

at E. Case's. 
Bowers Jonathan and 

Bowers James, lumber and lime wharf, Merrimac st. 
Bowers Joseph, h. Lowell st. Dummer's building. 
Boynton Benjamin, overseer, bds. at No 2 Carpet, 

G. W. Low. 
Boyden Oratio, boarding h. No. 1 block. No. 4 

house, Carpet. 



LOV/EIiL DIRECTORY, 15 

Boworth Nathaniel S., bds. 1 High block, Scotch 
row. 

Eodwell Isaac R., mason, h. 7 Appleton corp. 

Boyden Uriah, surveyor locks and canals, bds. at 
Stone Hotel. 

Bradley H. E. millinery, 20 Merrimac st. Wyman's 
building. 

Briggs George, blacksmith. Central st. h. Chapel 
Hill. 

Brastow, Adison & Co., watch maker. Central st. 
h(h. at ]\lixcr's Hotel. 

Brinsley Frederick, clothing store, Jackson st. 
Morse's building. 

Brazier B.nijamin, plane maker, Merrimac st. Cot- 
tage buildings. 

Briar William, victualling cellar, Merrimac st. Wy- 
man's ])nildiiig. 

Bradley Joshua, Merrimac st. Wyman's building, 

Brigham William, Middlesex corp. h. Green st. 

Brigbam Abram, Sufrblk corp. bds. at Marems' 

Brigham Danforth, mill wi'iglit, h. Merrimac st. J. 
& J. Bower's building. 

Brigbam Samuel, butcher, h. No. 4, No. 1 block, 
Car})et. 

Brigliam Abram, h. Lowell st. Davidson's building 

Bradt Daniel, see Pierce. & B. 

Brownell George, superintendent of machine shop, 
h. corner Dutton andTh. st. 

Bracket Osgood, bds. at Wellington's, 6 Dutton st. 

Bragg Maynard, machinist, h. 3 Diitton st. 

Bridge Eire, widow, boarding h. 44 Worthing st 

Bragdon Georjge, overseerbleach house, h. 9 Prince 
street. 

Bragdon William, overseer bleach house, h. 9 Prince 
street. 

Bramford Tamizon, widow, boarding h. 20 Web- 
ster St. Hamilton corporation. 

Bruce Hiram, overseer, bds. 30 Appleton corpora- 
tion, Hamilton st. 



16 LOWELL DIRECTORY. 

Bradt James, see Pierce & B. 

Brown Lucy, and ^ dress tnakei-s, Gorham St. bds. 

Brown Sarajj, ^ at Coburns' 

Brown George, house wright, h. 5 Hamilton. 

Brown Poily, widow, Church st. 

Brown Sanme), jr. Iiouse wright, Lowell st. Dean's 
building. 

Brown Gr^en L., bds. at 6 Dutton st. 

Brown Samuel VV., maclmiist, h. 23 Dutton st. 

Brown Eliphalet, overseer, h. 26 Wonliing st. 

Brown Eunice, boarding h. 41 Worthir.g st. 

Brown Charles, overseer dye house, h. 45 Wor- 
thing St. 

Brown James R., carpet weaver, h. 4 AVood's 
building. 

Brown Lucy, boarding h. 8 Hamilton corporation. 

Brovvn Daniel, weaver, h. 4 Wood's building, car- 
pet. 

Brown King, h. Chapel Hill, IMitchel's building. 

Butler Charlotte, widow, boarding h. Gorham St. 
Judga Butler's building. 

Butterfiekl Theodore, yeoman, h. on Chelmsford 
road, without the village. 

Butterfield Benjamin, Capt. yeoman, h. on Chelms- 
ford road, v/ithout the villa.ije. 

Butterneld Joseph house wright, h. on Tyngsbo- 
rough road, without the village. 

Butterf eld Hannah, boarding h. 46 Worthing st. 

Butterfield Esthe.]-, boarding h. Gorham st. Carr's 
building. 

Buckley Edward, wool stapler, h. Chapel st. J. G, 
Wood's building. 

Bunker Vv'illiam, stone layer, h. Central st. Lamb's 
building. 

Burr John, boot and shoe blacker, Central st. Capt. 
Young's building. 

Burrows Michael, overseer Middlesex corporation. 
Church St. 



LOWELL DIRECTORY. 17 

Buswell Joseph P., house wright, bds. James Ty- 
ler's 

Butler Betsy, widow, boarding h. Memmac st. 

Buttrick Nathan, turner, atMassic falls. 

Buttrick Grovsnor, machinist, h. 16 Button square. 

Burgin Peter, overseer, h. 40 Worthing st. 

Butcher John, overseer at print works, h. 36 Wor- 
thing St. 

Buxton Phebe P., widow, boarding h. 39 Woi- 
thiug St. 

Buxwell Nathaniel, h. 2 Hamilton corp. block. 

Burlin Caroline W., boarding h. Suffolk corp. 

Bullard Watchman, bds. at Mr. Pepper's 

Burbank Abner, overseer, Haniilton corporation, h. 
28 Hamilton st. 

Butman Wheeler, bds. at Willington's. 

Barnum, stageman, bds. at Frye's. 

Byrne Martin, laborer, h. River st. Freeman's 
building. 

Carlton George, machinist, h. near Catholic church. 

Fen wick st. 
Carlton William, mason, h. Green st. 
Carlton Amos, house v/right, h. Central st. Cliapel 

Hill. 
Carlton Jacob, manufacturer, h. Central st. Chapel 

Hill. 
Carlton George, house wright, h. Central st. Chapel 

Hill. 
Carlton, stageman, bds. at Baker's Mansion House. 
■Carlton Amos, mason, h. Lowell st. . 
Carlton George H., druggist and apotliecary, Mer- 

rimac st. Tov,n House, bds. at J. H. B. Ayre's. 
Carter Ebenezer, h. Chapel st. 
Cass Eliphalet, editor of Lov/ell Mercury, Mcrri- 

mac St. 
Cash Phillip, at print v.orks, h. Merrimac Ft. brick 

block. 

e 



18 LOV»'ELL DIRECTORY. 

Carney James G., cashier of Lowell bank, h Merri- 

niac St. Biilinos' buildings. 
Cams Thomas, watchman, h. Merrimac st. rear. 
Casheliv, Michael, la'!)orer, h. Low st. rear. 
Calef James, houss wrighr, 6 Pj'ince st. 
Carr Sparrow, watchman, Aptjleton corporation, 

bds. at Mrs. Moody's. 
Carr Joseph R., merchant tailor, Merrimac st, VV} - 

man's building. 
Cary Mary, widow, boarding h. Appleton corp. 25. 
Campbell James, at factory, h. in rear of Lowellst. 
Callender Mary, widow of Edward, variety store, 

Centra! st. Morrill's building. 
Caldwell William, shoo storf, Merrimac st. Cottage 

buildings. 
Campbell James, overseer, h. 19 Jackson st. 
Church, bds. at Mrs. Pipi^r's, Suffolk corporation. 
Chambers Cyrus, clothier and dyer, on Boston 

road, at Hale's mjils. 
Chesley Samuol, house wright, Chn})el st. Chapel 

hill. 
Chase Hannah, v\idow, l)oarding h. rear Mer. st. 
Chase & Blacker, bar room, 5 Central St., bds at 

Caj)t. Whitnrys'. 
Chase Joh]i, marjiinisr, h. 4 Du:ton st. 
Chase Solomon, black smith, corner Church and 

Green streets, h. Ch(n*ch St., Tapley's building. 
Chapman Bonry, W. I. goods, Green st. bds. at 

Bellcrses'. 
Chapman John, house wright, h. 26 Worthing st. 
Chajnberlain Marinda, tailoress. Central st. James 

Tyler'n buildings. 
Champion Levi, picker n^akcr, h. Lovvell st. rear 

Moor's building. 
Cheaver Moses, yeoman, h. on bank jMerrimac 

rivei'. 
Cheaver Henry, machinist, h. 8 Button st. 
Cheaver Moses, teamster, Merrimac square, 3ierri- 

mac corporation's building. 



LOWELL directory; 19 

PJiurchill Francis W., boarding h. Lowell St. Sher- 
man's building. 

Churchill Dorothy, widow, boarding, h 33 Worthing 
street. 

Churchill Samuel S., machinist, h. 64 Worthing st. 

Churchill William L., bds. at S. Churchill's. 

Chandler James, machinist, h. 20 Button st. square. 

Chandler George, mason, bds. at L. Chandler's. 

Cliandler John, machinist, bds. at L. Chandler's. 

Chute Dorothy, widow, boarding h. 38 Worthing 
street. 

Christe James, weaver, h. 3 Higli block, carpet 
corporation. 

Chamberlain Joseph A. clerk at Middlesex count- 
ing room, h(h. at J. Tyler's. 

Chote George, works at Middlesex cor})oration. 

Chute, stag^raan, bds. at Mixer's. 

Clement Surah, millinery and dress making, 31 
Merrimac st. Howard's building. 

Childs x41onzo, see Mansur & Childs. 

Childs Nahum, house wri^ht, bds. at Mi's. Reed's 
Hatnilton corporation. 

Chandler Lydia, boarding h., 19 Button square. 

Clark Matth:;w, cordwainer, h. Chapel st. J. G. 
Wood's building. 

Clark Remembrance, see Wille & Clark. 

Clark Samuel, overseer of work at guard locks. 

Clark Asa, teamster, h. Merrimac st. 

Clifford Deborah, widow, boarding h. 7 Appleton st. 

Cox Jolm, painter, h. on Boston read. Chamber's 
building. 

Corwin Russell, house wright, h. River st. 

Colbey Hannah, widow, boarding h. Central st, 
Chapel hill, Fletcher's building. 

Coburn Henry, yeoman, h. on Chelmsford road, 
without the village. 

Coburn Thomas, house wright, h. Chapel st. 

Coburn Samuel, laborer, h. Gorham st. Flagg's 
building. 



^ L©WELL BIRECT»RT'. 

Coburn Cyrel, house wriglit, rear of Central at. 

bds. at Mrs. Parker's, Appleton st. 
Coburn Suuiuel, inn holder, Merrimac Hotel, Mer- 

rimac st. 
Coburn Josiuh, h. Merrimac st. 
Coburn ['rescott, mill wright, h. Merrimac st. rear 

of Capt. v. 
CobuiT. Ach.-ish, see Baker & C. 
Coburn Jolm, machinist, bds. 19 Jackson st. at 

Ray's. 
Cobb* t Hirau!, h. Chapel st. Joseph Marshall's 

building. 
Corley William, srajreman. bds. at Frye's tavern. 
Corliss Solomon, mason, h. Chapel st, R.Taylor's 

buiu'iinjT. 
Colby Isaac C, victualing cellar, Merrimac st. h. 

Central st. M;;s(;n's« building. 
Combs Marv, tailoress, h. Central st. over Mansur 

& R. 
Conner Caroline, widovA^, h. Warren st. Morse's 

building. • 

Colby Joseph S. whip maker, Lowell st, h. Swan's 

building. 
Conlin Michael, English goods, Jackson st. bds. at 

Frye's tav<u'n. 
Colburn Warren, superintendent of Merrimac 

Manutactiuing company, h. Merrimac st. 
Connell Daniel, groceries, rear of Merrimac st. 
Convers Mary L)., and 
Convers Sarah Ann, tailoresses, h. Lowell st., Mr. 

Fams'buik!i?!C's. 
Cooper Eli, machinist, h. Button st. 15 square. 
Collins Jos -ph W., overseer, bds. 43 Ramsays. 
Conant Sarah, widow, boarding h. 48 Worthing st. 
Cole Job M. warchmari, bds at Green's. 
Colby Jonathan G. at print works, h. 54 Worthing 

street. 
Conant Joshua, h. 57 Worthing st. 
Gorser Freeman, weaver, bds. at Thompson's, No. 3. 



LOWELL DIRECTORY. 91 

«oss Warren, weaver, h 13 Hamilton corporation, 
Elliot St. 

Cook David, machinist, h. 42 Hamilton corporation, 
Bowditch ST. 

Cook Parker P., overseer, h. 42 Hamilton corpora- 
tion, Bowditch St. 

Collin Michael, watchman, h.4 Appleton st. 

Cook Jain€S, ageni jMiddlesex corporation h. Hurd 
street. 

Cook Calvin W., overseer Middlesex corporation, 
h. Hiini St. 

Crosby ?*Iarv, widow, boarding h. 11 Appleton cor- 
poration, Hamilton st. 

Crosliy Josiah, pliyscian, h. Central st. 

Cross Brthuel, auct.on roonj, Lowell st. bds. at J. 
Parker's. 

Cram John, boarding h. Lowell St., J. Stone'^ 
building. 

Crow'ey John, laborer, h. rear of Lowell st. 

Crane Ebencz. r, ovt rseei, It. 15 Dntton st. 

Crane Alanson, ai Lowell countJiig roonj, h. 2 car- 
pet. 

Crane John, overseer, h. No. 1 Carpet, Scotch 
block. 

Cross Daniel, see Durant & C. 

Cumiskey Hmrh and Murray Samuel, W. I. 
goods, Merrimacsr. 

Currier Rebecca, tailoress, h. River st. Mary T. 
building. 

Currier Edmund, mason, h. Chapel st. Lamb,s 
bui ding. 

Currier James, at factory, h. rear Appleton st. bds. 
at Coburns.' 

Currier Nathaniel, overseer, bis. at Wriglxt's. 

Currier Asenath, widow, h. 9 Appleton corporation, 
Hamilton st. 

Currier, »nason, Sufthlk corporation. 

IJudworth Mary, miiiinery, Gorham st. Whipple's 
building^. 

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32 LOWELL DIRECTORY. 

Cudvvorth Angeline, widow, boarding h. 10 Dut- 
ton St. 

Gushing Stephen, overseer of repairs, h. 65 Wor- 
thing St. 

Gushing John, overseer Merrimac corporation. 

Gutting Lewis, overseer, h. 26 at P. Haii's, 

Gutting Daniel, overseer, h. 38 Hamilton corpora- 
tion, Jackson st. 

Gutnmiiigs, rn;ison, Suffolk corporation. 

Gummings Thomas B., house wright, bds. at D. 
Fay's. 

Gummings Elizabeth, tailoress, Gorham st. Flagg's 
buildings, bds. at Goburns. 

Gunninghauj, house wright, bds. at Mrs. Hunt's 
Sufioik <'orporation. 

Darrah Robert, dentist. Central st. bds. at George 

Tyler's. 
Davis Hamlin, limiber, corner of Gentral st. 
Davis Elisha, yeoman, h. near the opening of Gor- 
ham st, on Boston road, without the village. 
Davis Joel, variety store, central st. h. Gorham st. 
Davis Luther 3L, boarding h, corner Green & Geo. 

sts., Marsh's building. 
Davis & Rodliff, variety store, Gentral st. 
Davis Moses, English goods, Gentral st. h. Chapei 

street. 
Davis Leonard, h.liurd St., Pearson's building. 
Da\is Amasa, house wright, bds. at Mrs. Wood's, 

Merrimac st. 
Davis Daniel, laborer, h. Merrimac st. 
Davis Samuel G., at Middlesex corporation. 
Davis James, machinist, h. 24 Appleton corpo 

ration. 
Davis Orman, overseer Hamilton corporation, h 

25 Webster st. 
Davis Mecklon, at factory, h. 5 Prince st. 
Davis William, machinist, h 4 Dutton st. 



LOWELL DIRECTORY. 23 

Davis Jane, widow, boarding h Lowell st, Van- 
doom's building. 

Davis Maiy, widow, boarding h Central st. 

Dayton Carlton G. S., tailor and draper, Central st, 
7 Union buildings. 

Danforth John, laborer, li Central st, Chapel Hill. 

Dana John, tin plater, Jackson st, h Chapel st, rear. 

Dayley Sarah, widow, on corner of Webster's 
building, Jackson st. 

Damon Washington, bar room, Merrimar st. 

Danfoith Mary, widow, boarding h, Central st, 
Morse's building. 

Dalamy Thomar, at factory, h Merrimacst Bower's 
building. 

Davidson William, dry goods, 14 Merrimac st, h 
Lowell St. 

Damon Luther, overseer, Suffolk corporation. 

Day Benjamin, stone cutter, Lowell st, bds at 
\Vljipple's. 

Dane Osgood, blacksmith, school st, near Paw- 
tucket bridge. 

Dane George, blacksmith, bds at Fay's, Merrimac 
street. 

Dane John, blacksmith, h 40 AVoitbing st. 

Dane Thomas, calico printer, h 20 Prince st. 

Dane Nathan, weaver, h 5 wooden building, carp. 

Dalion John C., physician and surgeon, h Lowell 
street. 

Day Wilson, cordwainer, bds at Thompson's. 

Danforth Arrelia, boarding h, 6 Elliot st. 

Damon William F. J., clerk at Hamilton counting 
room, bds at P. Hall's. 

Doe Robert B., laborer, h Chapel Hill. 

Dean Silas,' house wright, h River st, Hunt's build- 
ings. 

Dean James L., W. L goods, Central st, Taylor's 
building. 

Dean Daniel H., merchant tailor, Central st, h Ap- 
pleton St. 

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24 LOWELL DIRECTORT. 

Dean John, Hurd st, Lawane's building. 

Bean Susan, boarding h, Hurd st, Lawane's build- 
ing. 

Dean John & Short Charles, English & American 
goods, Merrimac st, Cottage building. 

Dean Benjatn n, B. cutter, h 7 Prince st. 

Dexter John N., at factory, h Chapel st. 

Dearborn Moses, boarding h, Central st, Mason's 
building. 

Derieritt Eh, boarding h, Appleton st. Bower's 
building. 

Dearborn iV., counsellor & attorney at law. Central 
st, Morse's building. 

Dennis Susan, vvi(?o\v, boarding li, 7 carpet bJock. 

Div'ol Lucy, niantautnaker, h Appleton st, Ban- 
croft's building. 

Dickson Thomas, carpet weaver, h 2 Carpet. 

Dickinson Steph n, block cutter, h 21 Duuonst. 

Durant Alfred & Cross Daniel, furniture ware 
room, Morriinac st. 

Doe Ro!>ert B., labort^r, h Central st, Chapel Hill. 

Dodge William, victualhng cellar, Central st, Liv- 
ingston's building. 

Dodge George, town crier, h Central st, Kidder's 
building. 

Dodge Fanny & Armor Harriet, dress makers, 
Merr'uiac square, iids at Fays'. 

Dodge Joseph M., house wright, Lowell st, h Dut- 
ton St. 

Dodge Joseph, house wright, 9 Dutton st. 

Do Ig? John, overseer, Merrimac corporation, bds 
at P. Holts'. 

Dodge Jacob, bds at Mrs. Straws, 3 Appleton corp. 

Dodge Robert, house wright, bds. at Mrs. Wether- 
bees'. 

Done Zenas, livery stable, Green st, h Central st, 
Mrs. H.idreth's building. 

Dowland Richard, house wright, Lowell st, Pen- 
c«>ck's buildinff. 



liOWELL DIRECTOP^Y. 25 

Bone Edward, stone layer, Merriniac st, BalFs 

building. 
Doniiahou Thomas, tailor, Merriniac st. 
Douglass Erastus, shuttle maker, Lowell st. 
Douglass Roswell, shuttle maker, Lowell st, White- 

or's building. 
Drake Bradford, manufiicturer, h Chapel Hill, Ban^- 

croft's building. 
Drake Jonathan, cordwainer, Jackson st, h Belvi- 

dere. 
Draper Alonzo, music store, Central st, h 10 Kurd 

st, Haskel's bir.lding. 
Dummer John, mill wright, h Lowell st. 
Duncan John D., machiuisi, bds at Mrs. Chandler's 

Dutton St. 
Dugdale James, overseer, h 38 Prince st. 
Duglas John, bleacher, h 13 Prince st. 
Duckies Robert, machine k ]>aMf r, h 8 Prince st. 
Dugan James, caico printer, bds 3fi Jackson st. 
Dyar Warren, looking- glass and crockery ware 

room, Central st, 2 Morse's building. 
Dyar Albert, guilder, Merrimac st. Cottage build- 

injrs. 



Eaves Robert, clothing end variety store. Central 
st, Capt. Young's building. 

Eaton Phillip, Capt. stone mason, h Central st. 

Eaton Forest, overseer, h Dutton st, front row. 

Eaton Petpr, cellar, h corner Lowell and Merrimac 
streets, Ball's building. 

Eastman Josiah, laborer, h 4, Appleton cor])oration. 

Earl Icliabod, house wright, h Merrimac st. Cot- 
tage building. 

Eagerly, h River st. Gage's building. 

Eastman William, bds at Mrs. Willington's. 

Edson Theodore, Rev., Merrimac st. 

Edmunds Hiel, weaver, h Central st, Mansur's 
buildine-. 

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^6 hQWELZ, DIRECTORY. 

Elliot Hazen, watch and comb maker and jewel- 
ler, Merrimac st, 16, bds at Mr.^VVylie's. 

Elliot Thomas J., house wright, h Lowell st, Hil- 
hard's building. 

Elliot George P., house wright, Lowell st, Ray's 
building. 

Ellis Simon, dyer. No. 2 carpet, 2 block. 

Emerson Chauncey, see Jameson & E., bds Go- 
rham st. 

Emerson George W., brokers. Central st, h. Emer- 
son place, entrance Gorham st. 

Emerson Catherine, widow, h Central st. 

Emerson Putnam, teamster, h Central st. Chapel 
Hill, Tower's building. 

Enright Michael, laborer, h Merrimac st, Hunt's 
building, without the village. 

England Michael, weaver, h 12 Prince st. 

England Michael jr., weaver, h 12 Prince st. 

Exley Joseph, weaver, h 3, wooden building, car- 
pet. 



Farrar Cyrus, silk dyer, on Boston road, comer of 

Moor St. 
Farrar Matilda, widow, boarding h, 31 Worthing 

street. 
Favor Nathaniel, house wright. River st, h Tuttle's 

building. 
Farnsworth Samuel, boarding h, Gorham st, Judge 

B's building. 
Farmer Edward, dyer, h George st, Middlesex Co.'s 

building;;. 
Farmer Silas, boarding h Merrimac st. Cottage 

buildings. 
Farmer Nathaniel, machinist, h 13 Appleton cor- 
poration. 
Fannon Michael, at carpet factorv, h Central st, 

Manso & R. 
Fairbanks Lyman, painter, h Hurd st, Lawane's 

building. 



LOWELL DIRECTORY. 27 

Farwell Joseph, overseer, h 9, Hamilton Corp. 

Fellows Benjamin, physician, Merrimac square. 

Fellows James K., watch maker, Merrimac st, bds. 
at Douglas' 

Fie: i Sarah, boarding h, 23 Webster st. 

Field Abigail, boarding h, 18 Appleton corpora- 
tion. 

Fisk Levi, overseer, Merrimac corporation 22 Wor- 
thing St. 

Fisber John, blacksmith, Massic falls, h River st. 

Fisher Waldo A., machinist, h 22 Duilon st, rear. 

Fisher Samuel S., machinist, h 21 Du'ten st. 

Fiffield Calvin, painter. Central st. Chapel Hill, 
Carlton's building. 

Fifield Joseph, assistant post master, bds Merrimac 
street. 

Fitts John F., house wright, Lowell st, bds Suffolk 
corporation. 

Fitts Isaac N,, house wright, bds Merrimac st. 

Fisk Lewis, overseer, h 37 Worthing st. 

Fish Thomas J., house wright, bds at Mrs. Reed's, 
Haini'toii corporation. 

Fisk Sevvail, fancy goods, Lowell st. 

Fletcher Tiniotii3'-,\vatchman, bds No. 1 block, 
No. 6 house, at Mrs. Newell's. 

Fletcher Zacheus, Col. manufacturer, h Central st. 
Chapel Hill. 

Fletcher Henry, soap boiler, h Central st, Chapel 
Hill, 

Fletcher Levi, yeoman, h on Chelmsford road. 

Fletcher William, yeoman, h on Cheln:sford road. 

Fletcher Calvin, blacksmith, h on Lowell st, Chea- 
ver's building. 

Flanders Phenuel, butcher, bds at H. Coburns'. 

Fiagg Henry, dry goods. Central st, h Chapel st. 

Fiagg George, dry goods, Central st, l)ds at Tylers'. 

Flagg, macliinist, bds at Bedlows', Button st. 

Flanders Philip, stageman, bds at Frye's. 

Flanders Wdiiam G., blacksmith, h Merrimac st. 
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28 LOWELL DIRECTORY. 

Flint Oliver, machinist, h 60, Worthing st. 

Flint Albert, card grinder, bds 6 Appleton corpora- 
tion, Mrs. Straw's. 

Floyd Benjamin, h Central st. Chapel Hill. 

Flint Oliver W., overseer at Suffolk corporation, h 
south block. 

Fowler Richmond, painter & glazier, Hurd st, h 
Green st. 

Fowler Ann, washing & ironing. Central st, Ma- 
son's building. 

Fox Jesse, physician, h Hurd st. 

Foot James L., tin and sheet iron manufactory, 
Merrimac st, h Lowell sr. 

Ford Deborah, Merriinac st. without the village. 

Ford Prudence, Merrimac st, w.thout the village. 

Ford Elisha, Capt. superintendent guard locks, bds 
at D. Ford's. 

Ford Ehenezer, teamster, h rear Lowell st. 

Ford Timothy, laborer, h rear of Lowell st. 

Ford John, blacksmith, bds 6 Prince st. 

Folsom Frederick & Co., cloth store, h 26 Merri- 
mac St. 

French, see Hersey & F. 

French Josiah B., h Swan's building, near Hale's 
mills. 

French Cyril, machinist, 1 Button st. 

Freeman Enoch W, Rev, bds at Mr. Tuxbury's. 

Frye Ira Capt., inn holder, general stage house, 
Central st. 

Frye Timothy & Abbot Ziba, W. L goods, Merri- 
mac st, Town House. 

Franklin John, overseer, h 5 Scotch block. 

Francom Charles E., mason, h River st. 

Fuller Elisha, attorney at law, Central st, Hamiltou 
place, h Merrim.'ic st. 

Fuller Perez, merchant tailor, Merrimac st. 

Fuller John, slater, h Lowell st, x-Vnthony's build- 
ing. 

Fuller Sally, widow, h Suffolk corporation. 



LOWELL DlRFXTORYr S^ 

Ciardnei" Calvin R., h Lowell st, Carlton's buildings. 

Garvel Thomas, cellar, Appleton st, Dean's build- 
ings. 

Gale N., vegetable doctor, bds at Hersey & French's 

Gale ^ M. & Co., iron dealers, Lowell st, Web- 
ster's building. Tuxbury's building. 

Gage Benjamin, coloring, Warren st, J. Swan's 
building. 

Gates Elisha, machinist, h 6 Button st. 

Gates Josiah, overseer, h 3 High block, carpet. 

Gay, machinist, Hamilton corporation. 

Gerry Benjamin, turner of bobbins, h Merrimac st, 
Howard's building, rear. 

George Harriet, widow, boarding h, Lowell st, D, 
H. Dean's building. 

Gilman Otis, iron founder and manufacturer, h 
River st, Massic falls. 

Gilman Jonathan, printer, office central st, h Bel- 
videre village. 

Gilman Mark S., clerk at Hamilton counting room. 

Gibbs Abigail, widow, boarding h, 11 Button st. 

Gillis Mark, overseer, h 10 Appleton corporation, 
Hamilton st. 

Gilson Robert, Br. bds 21 J. Whitney's. 

Gilson James, at Middlesex corporation. 

Gliden Elisha, attorney at law, Central st, h Gor- 
ham st, rear. 

Gleason William, cordwainer, h Appleton st, J. 
Currier's building, rear. 

Grimsbaw Henry, reed maker, h Merrimac st. Cot- 
tage buildings. 

Goddard Samuel, machinist, h on Tyngsborough 
road, without the village. 

Gorden Smyley, clock case maker. Central st, bds 
R. Boe's. 

Gorden William, overseer, bds at C. Barns', 19 
Prince st. 

Goodhue S. & T. P.. diy goods, Central st, bds at 
Tyler's. 



ri0 LOWELL DIRECTORY. 

Goodwin Nathaniel, clerk at Merrimac counting 
room, hds at Jonathan Tyler's. 

Gould Lydia, boarding h, 1 carpet. 

Gould Benjamin, teamster, Appleton st, Sheaf's 
building. « 

Gove Simon, painter, h Chapel st, A Marshall's 
building. 

Gove David, machinist, h Gorham st, rear. 

Gove Hannah, , widow, boarding h Appleton st, 
Dean's building. 

Gregory Wilham, engraver, bds at H. Smith's, 13 
Dutton St. 

Gragg Miss, Chapel st, Avery Marshall's buildings. 

Graves William, physician, h Huid st, 7 brick 
block. 

Graves John W., physician, bds at W. Graves, 7 
Hunl sr. 

Green John O., physician, h Merrimac st. 

Groeu Amos, machinist & boarding h, 49 Wor- 
thing St. 

Green Benjamin, overseer of repairs, h 27 Wor- 
thing St. 

Green Oliver P. house wright, h 12 Dutton st. 

Green Charles, shoe store & manufactory, h Mer- 
rimac St. square. 

Guild Willard, maciiinist, h Lowell st, Stevens' 
building. 



Haven Samuel F., attorney at law, Central st. 
Hale, P. & B. S., millers, on Boston road, running 

to Biilerica. 
Hale Ssunuel, cordwainer, Merrimac st. Cottage 

buildings. 
Hale Mehitable, widow, boarding h, 1 Dutton st, 
HaleBernice, see P. & B. S. Hale. 
Hall Asa, house wright, h Elm st. 
Hall Petiah, paintorj h 26 Hurd st. 
Hartley Cornelius, hatter, h on Chelmsfcr J road 

without the villaife. 



LOWELL DIRECTOlir. 31 

Hartwell John, house wright, h Chapel st. 

Hardy Timothy, laborer, h Gorhara st. 

Hanly Silas, house wriglit, h Chapel st, Prescott's 
building. 

Haskell Thurlow, house wright, h Hurd st. 

Hawes Williatu, oyster cellar, Central st, 3 Ham- 
ilton. 

Haskel Jacob, silk store, 1 Union buildings, h Cen- 
tral St. 

Haskel Sarah, widow, hoarding h Lowell st. 

Had ley John & Hlood William, bakers, Central st, 
bils at Mrs Eujersoii's. 

Hadley Judeth, wiilow, h 4 Hamilton corporation. 

Hay ward Nancy, vvniow, h '25 Hamdton corpora- 
tion, Welister st. 

Hayvv')od William P., clerk at Willard's store, 
Merrimac st. 

Hasiiugs Lyman, at factory, hrls at J. Ray's. 

Hastings Charles, overseer Suffolk corporation. 

Hastings George, bds at Mrs. Willington's. 

Hayii.'S Asiel, watchman, bds at Green's, 49 Wor- 
thing St. 

Haynes Joseph, overseer Merrimac corporation, h 
57 Worthing st. 

Haynes Gilbert, mirT^vvright, bds at Lapham's, 
Jjovvell St. 

Haverlin Patrick, groceries, h merrimac st. Bow- 
er's building. 

Hawes William H., machinist, ISDutton st square. 

Hamon, machinisr, bcls at iiawc's. 

Hartwell Calvin, uiasnu, h near Catholic church. 

Haywood Clarissa, haWit & dress maker, Lowell st, 
lids at Miss Straton's. 

Hatch William W., at factory, h 45 Bowditch st. 
Haselton «Sc Ws.;n worth, watch makers and jewel 

lers, Central st, bds at Blake's Hotel. 
Harriman Ellizabeth R., dress maker, Gorham st. 
Ha wkinston James, laborer, Lowell st, J. Stone's 
building. 



32 iOWELL DIRECTORY. 

Herrick Edward, house wright, Chapel st, R. Tay- 
lor's building. 

Herrick Mary, milliner, Central st, Brastow's build- 
ings. 

Herrick Larkin, house wright, h 32 Merrimac st, 
Howard's building. 

Herrick Israel, stone blaster, bds at Mrs. Wether- 
bees, Lowell St. 

Hedrick Georgf & Co., military standard, sign and 
fancy painting. Central st, bds at M. Law's. 

Heydock Wi.liam, attorney at law. Central sr, Liv- 
ingston's building. 

Herbert Mary, milliner and dress maker, Gorhani 
st, Sanborn's building. 

Heald Lydia & Sarah R., dress maker, Gorham st. 
bds at Parkhurst's. 

Healil Lucy, & Howard Lucinda, dress maker, h 
Merrimac st, Cottage buildings. 

Heath Sally, widow, boarding h rear Lowell st. 

Hey James, machinist, bds at Cooper's. 

Herton Robert, drawer & designer, bds at H. 
Smith's. 

Haseltou Hannah, widow, boarding h 61 Wor- 
thing St. 

Heaiy Nathaniel, school master, S. No. 3, bds at R. 
Hill's. 

Healy David, overseer, h 25 Prince st. 

Hersy John, overseer, Hamilton corporation, bds at 
Webster's. 

Hersy & French, victualling cellar, central st. 

Heys, teamster, bds at Piper's. 

Hillard Francis, see Sheafe & H. 

Hildreih Asa, overseer, Merrimac corporation, bds 
6 

Hills Russell, house wright. Elm st. Chapel Hill. 

Hills Reuben, school master, on Chelmsford road, 
without the village. 

Hills Benjamin B.,hons3 wright, Chapel st, Lamb's 
building. 



LOWELL DIRECTORY. 33 

Hills Prudence, dress maker, Meniraac square, b^s 
at Eli Hills. 

Hills Paul, house wriglit, h Merrimac st, Barn'.i 
building. 

Hills Parker, machinist, bds at Ingal's. 

Hill Sarah, widow, boarding h 33 Hamilton corpo- 
ration, Webster st. 

Hill David, overseer, h 26 Prince st. 

Hill Nathaniel, overseer, h 26 Prince st. 

Hill Loruhamah, overseer, h 26 Prince st. 

Hildreth Betsy P., boarding h Central st. 

Hildreth Otis, teamster, Tapley's building. 

Hildreth Frankhn, mason, Lowell st, Chase's build- 
ing. 

Hilliard WilUam jr., counsellor, bds at George Ty- 
ler's. 

Hifks & Fales, reed maker, Central st, bds at G. 
Dodge's. 

Holden Isaac, shoe store. Central st, Bancroft's 
building, h Belvidere. 

Horam Hugh, laborer, h River st, Francom's 
building. 

How Lambert, painter, h Boston road. 

How Henry, plumber, bds at Mrs. Roby's rear 
Lowell St. 

Howe Lucy, boarding, h 50 Worthing st. 

Howe Milton, house wright, bds 3 Appleton corpo- 
ration. 

Howard James, house wright, h Chapel st Mar- 
shall's building. 

Horn Eliphalet, clock maker, Central st. 

Horn & Allen, Central st, bds at D. Mixer's Hotel. 

Howard Lucinda, see Heald & H. 

Hoyt D. M., exchange, broker, MeiTimac st. Town 

House, l>ds at George Tyler's. 
Howard Joseph B., turner, h rear Merrimac st. 

Hobb Francis, woollen cloth dealer, corner of 
t.owpH & Merrimac sts. 



34 LOWELL DIRECTORY. 

Holden Artemas, Esq. cooper, Merrimac st, with- 
out the villa<re. 
Hoar Silas, cooper, Merrimac st, without the vil- 

Hoar Hannibal, cooper, Merrimac st, without the 
village. 

Howard Horace, house wright, bds at Blake's 
Hotel. 

Howard Samuel, mason, bds at Blake's Hotel 
Gorham st. 

Holden Richard, <--alico printer, h near Cathohe 
church. 

Holt Paul, h 64 Worthing st. 

Holland John, oveise.r, li 27 Prince st. 

Hope Robert, dyer, li 18 Prince st. 

Ha lowell Samuel, gardn^^r, h 14 Prince st. 

Hoigden Jo.ui, overseer, h 1 Scotch block, carpet.- 

Htidiileston William, h Chapel st, Coburn's build- 
ing. 

Huntington Elisha, physician, b Central & Gorham 
st, Livingston's building. 

Huntington Hamon, carpet weaver, bds at Thomp- 
son's, No. 3. 

Huntoon Abigail, dress maker, Gorhatn st. 

Hubbard Charles, ^physician, h Central st, Morrill's 
building. 

Huhbar James, refreshments, Merrimac st. 

Hutchinson Hozekiah, house wright, h Merrimac 
st, D. Farminffton's building. 

Hunt Augustus, W. I. goods. Merrimac st. Town 
house, bds at Mrs. W-ston'^. 

Hunt Solomon, Merrimac st, without the village. 

Hunt David W., machinist, h 4 Button st. 

Hunt Rebecca, widow, boarding, h 30 Worthing st. 

Hutchinson Reuben, calico printer, 15 Prince st. 

Hutchinson Benjamin F., house wright, bds at R. 
Hutchinson's. 

Hubbard, ov«r««er, bds 4 Hamilton corporation. 



IiftWELii DIRECTORt 35 

Hunt Martha, widow, boarding h, Suffolk corpo- 
ration. 

Hughes Humphrey, overseer, carpet, h block No. 
1, house No. 2 Prince st. 

Hyde Amos, machinist, h 2 Button sf. 



Israel Robert W., clerk at Memmac counting room^ 
bds at Stone Hotel. 

Ingalls Harrison, machinist, h 8 Appleton corpora- 
tion. 



James Jonathan, blacksmith, h Central st, Frye's 
building. 

Jameson Thomas, W. I. goods, Gorham st, h Chap- 
el St. 

Jameson Thomas, house wright, bds at O. Hil- 
dreth's. 

Jampson Andrew, & Emerson Chauncy W., intel- 
ligence office, Lowell st. 

Jacques Charles W., clerk at Merrimac print 
works, bds at E. Case's. 

Jenness WiUiam T., broker, Central st, b<!s at B. 
M<"or's. 

Jenkins Joel, wheelwright, Merrimac st, J. & J, 
Bowers, buikling. 

Jenkins Jefferson, iSutcher, Merrimac st. Bower's 
building. 

Jenks Ebenezer, overseer, Hamilton corporation, 
bds 10 Pepeis. 

Jewett John, house wright, h 37 Hamilton corpa- 
ration, Jackson st. 

Johnson Sarah, widow, h 4 Carpet, block. 

Johnson Eleanor, boarding, Gorham st, Carr's 
building. 

Johnson William, cabinet maker, Central st, h Ap- 
pleton corporation, Cobuni's Iniilding. 

Johnson Jeduthan, overseer, h 1 Appleton corpo- 
ration, Jackson st. 



36 LOWELL DIRECTORY. 

Johnson Obadiah C, house wright, Cottage build- 
ings. 

Johnson Cyrus, yeoman, 34 Hamilton corporation, 
Webster st. 

Jorden John R. manufacturer. 

Jones Euciba, boarding h, Hamilton &. Gorham 
streets. 

Jones Ambrose, confectionary, Lowell st, h Belvi- 
dere. 

Jones Zopher, machinist, No. 29, rear Button st. 

Jones Betsy, widow, boarding h 8 Button st. 



Kalley Baniel, overseer, Hamilton bleach house, h 
Central st, Hainihon Co.'s building. 

Keys Rufus, watch maker, bds at Alva Mansur's. 

Kendal Lydia, widow, boarding h., Hurd st, Mid- 
dlesex Co's building. 

Kendal Jonathan, see Adams & K., bds at E. 
Case's. 

Keaton Edward, carpet weaver, Lowell st, Stone's 
building. 

Kelley Anderson, weaver, h 2 Carpet. 

Kelley William A., confectionary & shoes, Lowell 
st, rear. 

Kelly John, stone layer, Central st, 3 Union build- 
ing. 

King. William, stageman, bds at Fry's tavern. 

Kimball M. P. & B., English goods & milhnary, 
Central st, Kidder's building. 

Kimball John, deputy sheriff, 3 Central st. Union 
buili'ings, 

Kimball Joseph, boarding h, Merrimac st, rear. 

Kimball Oilman, physician, Merrimac st, bds at 
Amasa Kimball's. 

Kimba'l Phinehas P., machinist, h 8 Button st. 

Kimball Mary, widow, h G Button st. 

Kimball Lorenzo, overseer, bds 22 Worthing st, at 
Mrs. Fisk's. 

Kimball Amasa, overseer, h 35 Worthing st. 



LOWELL DIRECTORY. 37 

Kitchen William, weaver, h 2 Scotcli block. 
Kitiredge Joseph G., blacksmith, Lowell st, house 

Belvidere. 
Kittredge Abner, painter & Glazier, Lovrell st. 
Kidder Aaron, overeeer, Hamilton corp., bds at 

Iladley's, No. 4. 
Knapp Daniel, at Suffolk corporation. 
Knowles Jonathan, manufacturer of cotton bat- 
ting, at Hale's mills, h Chelmsford road, near the 

corner. c> /^^.'^^ 
Knowles J anatli^n A., attorney at lav/, Central st, 

bds at Esq. Gliden's. 
Knight Dean E., English goods, Central st, bds at 

Mrs. Butler's. 
Knaggs Thomas, hearth rug weaver, h 2 High 

block, Scotch row. 
Knight Daniel M., dry goods, 21 Merriinac st. 
Knowlton VV^illiam, machinist, bds at Hawes, Dut- 

ton square. 
Knox Benjamin R,, clerk locks and canals', bds at 

Stone Hotel. 
Koues Theodore M., diy goods, .33 Merrimac st, 

Howard's buiidin*;. bds af Mrs. Wilkins'. 



Lawton Henry, victualling cellar, Merrimac st, h 
Avery Marshall's building. 

Lane Parker D., h .5, wooden building carpet. 

Lamb William, collector, ii Chapel st. 

Lawre;,cc & Brown, livery stabie, Hurd st, bds at 
Capt. Marstons'. 

Lawrejice Erasius, stage superintendent, bds at 
Frye's. 

Lawrence Luther, attorflGvy at law, and president of 
the Rail Road Bank, h River st. 

Lawrence George, watchmaker, h 12 Hamilton st. 

Lambright John G., physician, h Lowell st, Mur- 
ray's buildin:.'. 

Lapham Luther, machinist, h Lowell st, Steven's 
building. 

E 



38 LO WEILL DIRECTORY. 

Law Sarnup-I, cordwainer, h 32 Worthing St. 

Ladd Ji'hn R., stone layer, Mi^rr'unac St|nare. 

Lewis Jvoel, surveycu- locks and canal, li Lowell sf,, 
Men-iinac Co's building. 

Lewis Isaac M., overseer at bleach house, h Cen- 
tral St, Bedlow's building. 

Lewis Andrus, hair dresser, Warren st, h Belvi- 
dere. 

Lewis Peter, hair dresser, Merrimac st, hds Belvi- 
dere. 

Leonard Phebe O., widow, h 13, Appleton corpo- 
ration. 

Lecain Benjamin Sc Woodard Moses, painters and 
paper hangers, Merriniac st, under the Bank. 

Leslie Wiliiani 11., tailor, Merrimac st. Town 
House. 

LesHc E.'iward S., machinist, h 13 Appleton cor- 
poration. 

Levy John, at bleach house, h. 3o Jackson st. 

Leighton Isaiah, overseer, h 52 Worthing st. 

Leigljton Char'es W., bds at Mrs. Willington's. 

Levingston "William, lumber & lime, h near the 
brewery. 

Jjitclifield Rr.:!:?, teamster, h Hurd st, Lawrence's 
buildiog. 

Liverjnore Mnimah, h 6 Appleton corporation. 

Lincoln A!>e!, jiouse wright, without the village. 

Libhe Jo!-)n, turner, Merr niac square. 

Longly Hiram, carder at SufTold corporation. 

Lovejoy Dai)iel, blacksm.th, h Central st, Chapel 
hill. 

Lcvejoy Lund, machinist, bds 26 Appleton corpo- 
mtion. 

Lovehin Mehitable, widow, h 14 Elliot st. 

Loverien Liike,h C-entral st, over iMansur & Reed's. 

Loverien Moses, stone layer, h Green st, Hardy';^ 
building. 

Loverien William, h Central st. 



LOWELL EIP-ECTORT. S9 

Lovett Thomas, hoiige wiiglr, h Appleton st, 

Underwood's building, 
Locke John, tcanuster, li Ilurd st, Pearson's build- 

iug. 
Low George W., overseer, carpet, h No. 2. 
liOugee Nicholas, at factory, Appleton corporation. 

bds 12 Hamilton st. 
Law J., overseer, h 49 Hamilton st. 
Lund Augustus, uiachinist, bds at Mrs. Chandler's, 

Dutton St. 
Lumis Warner F., overseer at Middlesex corjiora- 

tion, bds Church st. 
Lyman Roland, v/atch maker. Central st, bds at 

Meacham's. 
Lyons John, laborer, Mcrnmac st, without the vil- 
lage, Bower's building. 
Marston Jonathan Capt., victualling cellar, Central 

st, corner of Warren and Hurd sts. 
Marstin Rufus, i)ainter, h River st, Robertson's 

building. 
Marshall Joseph, W. I. goods, Central st, Chapel 

hill, h Chapel &t. 
Marshall Avery, yeoman, h on Chelmsford road, 

without the village. 
Marshall Luther, constable, h Chajiel st. 
Marsliall William, mason. Central st. Chapel hill, 

Tower's building. 
Matthevt^son Bernard, see Meac/iam &. M. 
Maglone Bliciiael, laborer, h Chapel st, Wood's 

building. 
Mansur Alvah, & Reed Ranson, W. I. goods, Cen 

tral St. 
Mansur Stephen, & Childs Alonzo, hard ware, 

Centra! st, Livingston's building. 
Mansur Fraukiin, machinist, 7 Prince st. 
Mann Samuel H., attorney at law, see Shaw & M, 
March Ichabod, bouse wright, h Gorliam st. 
March Elizabeth, (!rcss maker^ Gorhani st. San- 

feorn's building. 



40 LOWELL DIRECTORY 

March Jonathan, blacksmith, h 4 Button st. 

Maniece Patrick, weaver, h 4 Hicfh block carpet. 

Malooii Jonathan, teamster, h Gorhani st, Biitler'e; 
building. 

Macumbcr Sophia, widow, of Rev. 31. Macumber, 
h 2o Appleton corporation. 

Marjeni Darius, boar ing b, Warren st, Lawrence'^ 
biiiiding. 

Mather Benjamin, reading room, 7 Central st, Un- 
ion buildings. 

Martin William C, tin plater. Central sr, h Gorham 
st, Dean & F"s building. 

Martin Josepb T., house wright, h Central st. Tow- 
cr''s b'.iiiding. 

Malny Cornelius, dyer, Chapel hill, Mitchel's build- 
ing. 

Mnriam, attorney at law, bds at Blake's Hotel. 

3ladden, widow, 1j Merrimac st. Bower's building. 

Mahony John Rev., bds Merrimac st. 

3Ianhan Andn w, h Lowell st. 

Maynard Emily, milliner & dress maker, h Lowell 
st, Hobb's building. 

Maynard Elizabeth, widow, boarding b, 16 Hamil- 
ton corporation, Elliot st. 

Mariam Eliza, widow, h 26 Appleton corpomtion. 

Mariani Abel H., overseer, h 30 Appleton corpora- 
tion. 

Mason Sarah, h 4 Scotch block. 

Marble David, h Merrimac st, without the village. 

Marble Elizabeth, widow, h Merrimac st, without 
the village. 

?Tlasnn William D., machinist, Dutton st square. 

McManus, I*atrick, laboie;, h near Lowell st, Fitch 

Patrick's huilding. 
McAthery, Phillip, laborer, h rear Lowell st. Fitch 

Patrick's building. 
McRoy Or win, laborer, h rear Lowell st, Fitdh 
Ps^trick's buildin<r. 



LOAYEL BIRECTORT. 41 

McHugh, laborer, h rear Lowell st, Fitch Patrick's 

building. 
MeFarlin Archibald, cooper, Merrimac st. without 

the village. 
IMcIntire Lewis, painter, h Lowell st. 
McGuire Charles, laborer, h Lowe! s . 
McCrackin George, carpet weaver, 3 High block, 

carpet. 
McCalpine Peter, weaver, h 2 Carpet block. 
McCreckfMi James, tailor, h 7 Carpet block. 
McGloan Michael, h 36 Jackson st. 
McOvey, tnanolacturer, h 2 Carpet, Scotch block- 
McKniinar John, umbrella maker, bds at Bailor's. 
McArihur Hector, h 4 Carpet block, rear. 
McLeish John Rev., bds at Frost's, Belvidere. 
McU, Edmund, boarding h, Merrimac st. 
Mead John & Scripture Isaac, bakers, Central st. 

Chapel hill. 
Bleacham Randall 6c Matthewson Bernard, book 

store, Central st, 5 Union buiWings, h Hurdst. 
Mehin John, teamster, h Central sr^ Chapel hill, 

Bancroft's building. 
Melvin Susan, widow, Merrimac st, ^ear. 
Melvin Benjamin, on bank Merrimac River, rear of 

Merrimac st. 
Melvin John ]>., cordv/ainer, Lowell st. 
Melvin Daws, machinist, h 7 Dutton st. 
Melvin Mary, boarding h, Hurd & George sts, 

Middlesex corporation. 
Merphy Patrick, laljorer, h River st, Francom's 

building. 
Merrill Joshua, school master. Chapel si. 
Meserve J. & F., tS: Thompson, victualling cellar. 

corner of Hurd sr. 
Meckaroy James, laborer, Lowell st, Pcnhoc's 

building. 
Mearty Michael, stone layer, h Merrimac st, Bow- 
er's building. 
>.legarn John^at factory, h rear Lowell st. 
7e 



42 LOWELL DIRECTORY. 

Metcalf William H., student at Dr. Lambright's. 

Messenger Charles O., clothier, bds at Lapham's. 

.Vlears Abel, stone layer, near Lowell brewer}'. 

Merrill Betsy, boarding h, 27 Worthing St. 

Means Robert, agent of Suffolk corporation, bds at 
Dr. Dal ton's, Lowell st 

iMessenger Alfred, overseer, bds it Mrs. Newel's. 

Merrill Appy Ann M., widow, boarding h, 13 Elli- 
ot St. 

Mixer John, carriage and harness maker. Central 
St, h Chapel hill, Bancroft's building. 

Mixer Elijali, Central st, h Chapel hill, Bancroft's 
building. 

Blixer Philena, tailoress, h Central st. Chapel hill, 
Bancroft's building. 

Mixer Daniel, inn holder, Washington Hotel, Cen- 
tral St. 

Miller George, wool sorter, Lowell st. 

Minot Isaac, music saloon, Merrimac st, Cottage 
buildings. 

Michael Thomas, boarding h, Merrimac st, Wy- 
man's building. 

Miller Thomas, overseer, carpet, li 2 Wooden 
block, carpet. 

Moors Jt^sse, yeoman, h Moors st. 

Moors Simeon, yeoman, h Moor st. 

Moor Samuel, wood sawyer, h Chapel st. 

Moor Benjamin, boarding h. Central st, 3Irs. Hil- 
dreth's building. 

Moor John G. jMaj.,!i, Church st. 

Moore Solomon, watchman, bds at Mrs. Thomp- 
son's. 

jMoore Thomas, overseer, h 34 Worthing st. 

Moore iMarshall, overeeer, h 34 Worthing st. 

Moore Jame^i M., at Miildlesex cor]Kjration. 

Moody Betsy, school mistress. Chapel hill. 

Moody Susan, widow of Paul Esq., h rear DuttoH 
street. 



LaWELL DIRECTOKT. 4S 

31oody David, superintendent of Lowell company^ 
bds at S. Moody's. 

Moody William H., clerk at locks & canal count- 
ing room. 

Moody Abigail, widow, h 24 Appleton corporation. 

Morril Isaac, school master, Gorhara st, Levings- 
ton's building, bds at Drake's. 

3Ioses Benjamin, clothing store, Hurd st, bds at 
Farnsworth's. 

3Iowe Daniel, physiciatj, Central st. 

Morse Jonathan, overseer, '27 Hamilton st. 

Moi-se Jonathan 2d, h Central st. 

Morse Willard, machinist, 42 Bowditch st. 

Morse Joseph, wheel wright. Church st, h Church 
street. 

Morse Willis, bds 12 Hamilton st. 

jNIorse Curtis, overseer, h 18 Jackson st. 

Morvel Caleb M., machinist, S. Lock's, 25 rear of 
Dutton St. 

Morvelle Robert W., engraver, h 25 Dutton st. 

Morton Jerusha W., boarding, 17 Dutton st. 

Monson Watchman, bds at 11 Dutton st. 

jMerrill Catherine, widow, boarding h 7 DuttoB 
street. 

Morrill Elenry, blacksmith, h 50 Hamilton st. 

Morrill James M., house wright, bds at Barns'. 

Moulton Francis, watch maker & jeweller, Merri- 
mac st, Cottage buildings. 

Moulton Benjamin, ovei-seer, h 41 Bowditch st. 

Morison John, overseer Appleton corporation, h 
No. 22. 

Motley George,'agent Appleton corporation, bds at 
Jame's Tyler's. 

Mudget Smith, h Chapel st, J. G. W^ood's build- 
ings. 

Murry Samuel, see Cumisky & M. 

Munroe Isaac, dry goods, Cenrral st. 

Myrick Joseph, overseer, h 16 Dutton st. 



44 



^.BJa/e'.HoS '^ "'^^ «°°''^' Neural s,, bds «t 
videre villape ^ ""^' ^^"'ral st, bdsBel- 

bttn^^' "'"^'•'"■"^'■. ^Ppleton s, Sheafe's 
Mit,,^'""^"^-~r,l,I.Ha.iUo„Co. 

et'?u'',il!S^'''«' ''-'•*"»" '>,Me„-i„,acs, Bow- 

Nm.e^Bavid,ove.eo, MsatJ.Ho,,a„d.,P™ee 
Newe.lEliza,boardi„gh^p,,„„,3, 

Una Adam t., near River a ° 
b;ri;;f"'''''''^''"'S'>.VVarre„.,, L,,„,„,,, 

Oi..ste«d W.i,n,, bouse ,vri,b,, bds at F.„. 
OltT wZ:' ";:' r '"'"f ■ " 2 Button St. 



I.OWELL DIRECTORY. 45 

Osgood Isaac, liouse wright, h 12 Elliot st. 
Osgood Ephraim, house wright, on Boston road- 

vvithout the village. 
Owin William N., wheelwright & carriage maker, 

Lowell St, bds Belvidere. 



Patch E. B., English goods, 10 Central st. Dean's 

building, bds at George Tyler's. 
Parker Benjamin, mason, bds at B. Colliss. 
Parker VViUiam, h Boston road without the village,. 

Chaniber's building. 
Parker Jessr-, blacksmith, h River st. 
Parker David, house wright, Central st. Chapel 

hill. 
Parker Zebulon, yeoman, Tyngsborongh road. 

without the village. 
Parker Jeduthan, yeoman, Tyngsborough road, 

without the village. 
Parker Simon, yeoman, Tyngsborough road, with- 
out the village. 
Parker Joseph, constable & auctioneer. Central st, 

h Gorham st. 
Parker Laura & Lucinda, tailoresses, h Elm st. 
Parker Catherine, boarding h Appleton st. 
Parker Nathaniel, laborer, h Appleton st. Ban- 
craft's building. 
Parker Joseph C., h Tapley's building. 
Parker Adison, stageman, h Hurd st, Lawrence's 

building. 
Parker VVallis, auction & commission store, Lowel 

st, bds Belvi<lere. 
Parker Bradley, physician, Merrimac st, Fisks 

building. 
Parker, laborer, h rear Lowell st, Fitch Patrick's 

building. 
Parker Augustus, livery stable, Merrimac st, bds at 

Fletcher's. 
Parker Allice, h at guard locks, without the vil- 



46 LOWELL directoryV 

Parker Joseph G., mason, Lowell st, opposite 
Hobb's store. 

Parker Hiratii, machinist, h 23 Webj ?ter st. 

Parker Carlton, mason, bds at Mrs. Ftlildreth's. 

Parkhurst Mathias, & Richartbon Joseph, dry 
goods, Central st, h Chapel st. 

Parkerson Andrew, overseer, rear cf Lowell St.. 
Stone's building. 

Payson Joanna, widow, boarding h Hu rd st, 8 John 
W. Graves' building. 

Page, house wright, Central st. 

Palmer Jacol), merchant tail* r, Mer.st,h, Dracutt. 

Patterson Lydia, widow, boarding, 27 Hajnilton st. 

Paul John, groceries, Merrimac square, Wyman's 
buikling. 

Paul Rufus, machinist, h 30 rear Dutton st. 

Paul William, drawer, h 4 Dutton st. 

Peircc Elizabeth, widow, boarding h, 28 Appleton 
corporation. 

Peirce Bridgett, widow, boarding h, 19 Jackson st. 

Peirce Henry, & Brait James, baker's. School st. 

Peirce Joseph, yeoman, on Chelmsford road, with- 
out the village. 

Peirce George, druggist & apothocary, Merrimac 
st, corner of Suffolk. 

Perkins James M., Warren st, J. Swan's building. 

Perkins Charles, h Gorham st. 

Perrin Asa, machinist, h 14 Dutton square. 

Pearsons John Capt., stageman, bds at Mixer's, 
Washington Hotel. 

Pearson David, laborer, h Church st, Middlesex 
Co's building. 

Pcnnock Thomas, wool sorter, h Lowell st. 

Pease L, overseer, 44 Bowditch st. 

Perry Orves B., doaler in wines, teas, & W. L 
goods, Merrimac st. Town House, bds at G.Ty- 
ler's. 
Perry Ezekiel, overseer Hamilton corporation, h 
1 Jackson st. 



LOWELL DIRECTORY. 47 

Preiidegast John, W. T. goods, Gorhani st. 
Phelps Jessee, overseer, h 56 Worthing st. 

Phelps Samuel, machinist, h3-3 Webster st. 

Piper Sarah H., widow, boarding h, Suffolk corpo- 
ration. 

Pillsbury John D., i)hysician, see Fellows & Pills- 
bury, Merrimac square. 

Pillsbury H., Physician, Merrimac st. 

Piper Charles, overseer, Hamilton corporation, h 
No. 10. 

Pitcern's Robert, weaver, h 3 Carpet block. 

Place Paul B., cordwainer, ]\IerrJmac square, h 
Lowell St. 

Poison David, h G Carpet block. 

Palson David jr. 4 Carpet block. 

Potter Ralph, h Aj)pleton st. 

Pottle Samuel, cordwainer, h Central st, Ames' 
building. 

Power Patrick, W. I. goods, Merrimac st, Graves*^ 
building. 

Pollard John, overseer, at Middlesex corporation, 
bds, Church st. 

Prunty Peter, dyer, h Appleton st. 

Priest Michael L., vegetable physician, Chapel st. 

Pressey Thomas, h Chapel st. 

Prescott JVlary, widoWj h Chapel st. 

Prescott C, dress maker, h Gorham st, Gove's 
building. 

Prescott Charles, plane maker. Central st, Web- 
ster's building, h Belvidere. 

Prescott J. J. Miss, high school, Classic Hall, Mer- 
rimac st, 20, Wyman's building. 

Prescott William, at factory, li 33 Webster st. 

Prescott Roxanna, widow, boarding h, 19 Jackson 
street. 

Pratt & Fifield, painters, Lowell st, h Belvidere. 

Pratt John, callendar maker, h 17 Prince st. 

Prince John D., superintendent print works, h oa 
Merrimac et. 



4S LtWELL BIRECTORT, 

Proctor Esther, widow, boarding h, 2 Dutton st. 
Putnam Adam, manufacturer, h Central st, Chapel 

Hill. 
Purdy Edward C, editor Lowell Journal, Central 

st, 3 Union buildings, bds at Mrs. Butler's. 
Putnam E. T., combs & fancy goods, Lowell st, 

Chase's building. 
Putney John, dry goods & crockery ware, Merri- 

mac st, 13, h Belvidere. 
Puffer George, boarding house, 58 Worthing st. 
Puffer Abigail, widow, boarding h, 14 Elliot st. 
Puffer Farwell, overseer, Middlesex corporation, 

bds at D. West's. 



Quigley Edward, laborer, rear Lowell st, T. Pat- 
rick's building. 

Ray Joseph, boarding rear Merrimac st. 

Ray John, teamster, h Lowell st. 

Ray Jesse, overseer, 19 Appleton corporation, 

Jackson st. 
Ramsay Nehemiah S., overseer, h 45 Worthing st. 
Raymond WiUiam, bds at Mrs. Willington's. 
Ranny Bridget, widow, h Appleton st, Dean's 

building. 
Randall Jonas, saddler & harness maker, bds at 

Mrs. Nichol's. 
Reed Ranson, see Mansur & R,, h Central st. 
Read Reuben, refreshments, Contral st. Morsels 

building, 
leed R. S. R., machinist, bds at Cooper's, Dutton 

street. 
Reed Jonas, teamster, h 6 Dutton st. 
Reed Jonas jr., overseer at bleach house, h 40 

Bo wd itch St. 
Reed Elijah M, mason, bds at B. Read's. 
Reed Betsy, widow, Hamilton corporation, 32 

Webstei St. 



LOWELL DIRECTORY. 49 

Uemmiali Rebecca, Hamilton corporation, 31 Web- 
ster St. 

Ricfiardson Joseph jr., see Parkhurst & R. 

Richardson Mary, Lowell st, Webster's building, 

Richardson Joliii, merchant tailor, h 24 Merriiriac 
street. 

Richardson Luther, machinist. 

Richardson Elbridge G., overseer, 5 Hamilton cor- 
poration. * 

Richards Darius, house wright, River st, Parker's 
building. 

Riley Barnard, laborer, h River st,Francom's build 
ing. 

Ripley Sarah, widows, boarding h, Lowell st, Chase's 
Inn i< hug. 

Rider Bethiah, boarding h, Hamilton Corporation, 
30 Webster st. 

Rice Lydia, widow, boarding h, 2G Appleton cor- 
poration. 

Rice Daniel S., machinist, bds 26 Appleton corpo- 
rution, Mvs. Rice's. 

Rodiifi'Feniinand, overseer Hamilton corporation, 
h 18 Jackson st. 

Rod I iff, s.e Davis & R. 

Rol);nson John P., attorney at law. Central st, 
Hamilton place, bds at E. Cases's. 

Robinson Aicxander H., clerk at Appleton count- 
ing rGOjn,bdsat Mrs. Payson's. 

Robinson John, weaver, h 4 Carpet block. 

Robinson Isaac, at print works, h 16 Prince st. 

Robinson Benjamin, house wrigiit, h River st, 

Rohinson Levi, laborer, h River st. 

Robinson Joseph B., livery stable, Merrimac square, 
bds at Ladd's. 

Rohinson Mary, boarding h, Merrimac st, 15, Elli- 
ot's building. 

Robertson David, boarding h, Central st, Mason'j^ 
buiidinsr. 



50 LOWELL DIRECTORY. 

Robertson William, laborer, IMcrrimac st, Bower's 
building. 

Robbiiis Isaac, druggist & apothecary, Central st, 
Merrill's building. 

llobbins Naiiian, painter & glazier, rear Central 
st, bds at J. Ty^ei's. 

Robbins Jane, boarding, Lowell st, J. Stone's build- 
ing- 
Robbing- Cyrus T. K., overseer, Suffolk corpora- 
tion. 

Rollin Phillip M., barr room, Merrimac st. 

Roby Wdiiam, o-. erseer, bds 24 Prince st. 

Roby Betsy, widow, boarding h, Lowell st. Place' 
building. 

Rogers, manufacturer, bds at Thompsons, 3 Prince 
street. 

Roberts William, weaver h 3 High block, carpet. 

Roads WarreJi, machinist, bds at Mrs. Chandler's. 

Roads Jcilm, bds at J. L. Dean's. 

Rohb Mary, h Merrimac st, Bower's building. 

Runnels Levi, bds at Plielj s', Worthing st. 

RussellJomes, stone layer, h Lowell st. 

Russc.'l J. &. S. S., W. L goods, Central st. 

Russell Kufu?, house wright, rear Central st, h 
Hurd st, Tuxbury's building. 

Russell Josia.'i, Jiousa wright, Central st. Chapel 
Hill, Fiye's building. 

Pvutherlbrd Al-xander, slater, h River st, Rober- 
son's building. 

Rugg Abel, machinist, h Chapel Hill, near Cen- 
tra! st'. 

Russ John, teamster, h Central st, Kidder's build- 
ings. 

Ryon Rogers, mason, h Belvidere. 



Sanders Joel, oystcrman, h rear Central st, Chapel 

Hill, Moor's building. 
Sanders Sa-aii, mantau & dress maker, Central st, 

bds at Mrs. Emerson's. 



L0WELL DIRECTORY. 51 

c^aunders W. S. & T. P., diy goods, 18 Merrimac 

St, Elliot's building, bds at Mrs, Wyllies'. 
Sanderson Daniel, land deai-r, li Gorhani st. 
Sanderson Charles, (doth store, corner of Central 

& Kurd sts, bds at Blake's Hotel. 
Sawyer Apphia, boarding li, 5 Hamilton corpora- 
tion. 
Sanborn James, house wright, h Central st, Lover»- 

ien's building. 
Sanborn John, bouse wright, h Merrimac st. 
Sanliorn Jonathan, mariiinist, h Button st square. 
Sanborn Esther, boarding h, 7 Applelon corpora- 
tion. 
Si)offord Charles, toleman at Central bridge. 
Sawyer Eliza, dress maker. Central st, Tyler's 

building. 
Scarlet Susan, boarding h, 20 Button st. 
Schales Huldah, boarding h, 27 Appleton corpora- 
tion. 
Scoby Jane, milliner & dress maker, Central st, 

Young's building. 
Scripture Isaac, see Mead & S. 
Sears Clark, at factory, h Elm st. 
Sewal Charles C, house wright, h Gorham st, TiU- 

ther Marshall's building, 
Seary Josiah, Merrimac st. Cottage buildings. 
Short Charles, see Bf-an &l S. 
Sliort Josiah, stageman, h Central st, Chapel Hill, 

Tower's buildini?. 
Shed Abel, laborci^ h Chapel Hill, Mitchell's build- 
ing. 
Shed Zacheus, constable, h Hurd st, Lawrence's 

building. 
Shattuck Baniel, soap boiler, h Chapel Hill. 
Shattuck Roxanna B., millinar}-. Central st, Web- 
ster's building, 
^hattuek Moses, superintendent locks & canal Co., 
Merrimac st. 



32 LOWELL DIRECTORY. 

Shattiick Brooks, overseer, Appieton corporation, 
h 20 Jackson st. 

Sliattuck Hepziljah J., boarding h, G Appieton cor- 
poration. 

Shattuck Abe], cordwainer, b Hurd st. 

Sliermai) Edward & Fay Dennis, W. I. goods, 
JMerriniac st. 

Slierinan Edward, fancy goods, Merrimac st, b 
Low'll sf. 

Sbepple OMver, book store 8f bindery. Central st, 
b<]saf Tuxbury's. 

Sheafe Jobn L. &. Milliard Francis, attorney at 
law. Central st, Hamilton place, Sheafe bds at 
G. Tyler's, Hilliard at Dracut. 

Sheafe Charles H., bat &. cap store, Merrimac st, 
bds at I\Irs. VVdlie's. 

Sheafe Wdliam H., clerk at Appieton counting 
room, bds at SliattucK's. 

Sharpies Mrs., widow, 10 Prince st. 

Sharpies James, h Mc-rrimac st square. 

Sherlley Luke, dyer, 4 Carpet Idock. 

Shephard Eliphalet, machinist, 2 - Hamilton st. 

Sherwin Charles, works at repairs, h 4 Prince st. 

Shaw Sumner, overseer, Appieton corporation, 22 
Jackson st. 

Shaw George B., attorney at law, see Shaw & M., 
Central st. 

Simpson Jonathan, blacksmith shop. Central st, h 
rear. 

Simons Mary, boarding h, 8 Appieton corpora- 
tion. 

Simonds Arad, blacksmith, h 4 Hamilton corpora- 
tion. 

Simons Daniel R., wholesale and retail of confec- 
tionaries, two doors south of Mansur & Child's, 
Gornam st, Gove's building. 

Slater Nancy, widow, boarding h, 29 Webster st. 

Smith Abijah, house v/right, h Chapel Hill, Mitch- 
el's building. 



LOWELL DIRECTORY. 53 

Smith Simeon, mason, h Central street. 

Smith IMichael, Eng;Hsh goods, Gorham st, bds at 
Durani's, Belvidere. 

Smith Alpheiis, dry goods & hard ware, Merrimac 
St, Town House. 

Smith Jonathan, h Lowell st. 

Smith Hannah, widow, h 1 Dutton st. 

Smith Hannah, widow, boarding h, 18 Dutton st. 

Smith Thomas, engraver, hds at Mrs. Smith's. 

Smith James, calico printer, h 20 Prince st, Ham- 
ilton corporation. 

Smith Mary B., boarding h, 12 Elliot st. 

Smith S., dealer in English & fancy goods, Gor- 
ham St. 

Somes George, writing master, bds at Dr. Parker's. 

Somes Benjamin, mason, h Lowell st, Hobb's 
building. 

Soiuhwick Roj^al, overseer at carpet factory. 

Spencer William, superintendant Hamilton print 
works, bds at Baker's. 

Spiu-r William, machinist, rear of Dutton st. 

S{)aulding Abram, miller, h Boston road. 

Sjjaulding Sidney, yeoman, h at corner on Tyngs- 
borough & Chelmsford road, without the vil- 
lage. 

Spaulding Ira, house vvright, . Central st, Chapel 
Hill. 

Spaulding George, stone cutter, h Green st, Went- 
worth's building. ' 

Spaulding H. & W., W. I. goods. Central st, li 
Spaulding bds Belvidere. 

Spaulding Weld, store & house Lowell st. 

Spaulding Jonathan, yeonjan, h Merrimac st. 

Spaulding Rufus, W. I. goods & gi-oceries, h Mer- 
rimac st, Capt. Ford's building. 

Spaulding Sophia, widow, boarding h 53 Worth- 
ing St. 

Siickney David, butcher, bds George Barn's. 



54 LOWELL DIRECTORY. 

Stiles Jesse, house wr;gbt, h Central st, Cliapci 
Hill, Fletcher's building. 

Stiles Francis, butcher, h on Chelmsford road, 
without the village. 

Stearns Dorcas, widow, boarding h Hamilton cor- 
poration, 7 Elliot St. 

Stearns Hephzibah, boarding h, 39 Bowditch st. 

Standing Mark, h Merrimac st. 

Stephens Joseph, laborer, River st, Worcester's 
building. 

Stevens Edmund, yeoman, h on Chelmsford road, 
without the village. 

Stevens Jonathan, pedlar, h Chapel st. 

St. Clair Mary, confectionary, Merrimac st. 

Stevens Daniel W., victualling cellar, Merrimac st. 

Stevens Joseph, blacksmith, h Lowell st. Smith's 
building. 

Stevens Salmon, overseer, h Lowell st. 

Stevens Abigail, widow, boarding h, 42 Worthing 
street. 

Stevens Albert, overseer, Hamilton corporation, h 
35 Jackson st. 

Stevens Solon, overseer, Appleton corporation, h 
20 Jackson st. 

Stt'Mhanson John M., stone cutter, MeiTimac 
square. 

Stone Salmon, at factory, bds28 Appleton st. 

Stone Elizabeth, private school, 23 Merrimac st, 
3d stoi-y Wyman's building. 

Stone Joel jr., W. J. goods, corner of Lowell & 
DuttoM St. 

Stone Abigail, miirmary & fancy goods, Appleton 
st, bds at Mrs. Wyatt's. 

Stodder Lafayette, widow, Lowell st, HiUiard's 
building. 

Straw Mariali, widow, h Central st, Ames' build- 
ing. 

Straw Stephen, mason, h Lowell st, Hobb's build- 
ing. 



ttWELL BlRECteRr. 55 

Straw Mehitable, widow, boarding h 3 Appleton 
corporation. 

Strattor* Elizabeth, boarding h, Lowell st, J. Stone's 
building. 

Stud ley William, overseer, bds at Phelps', Wor- 
thing St. 

Streeter B., counsellor & attorney at law, Central 
St, bds at E. Case's. 

Stewart James, overseer, Hamilton corporation, h 
48 Bowdi'ch st. 

Sutherland Allen, weaver, h 4 High block, car- 
pet. 

Swain Sarah, Widow, boarding b, 14 Appleton cor- 
poration. 

Sweat Levi, overseer, h 3 Appleton corporation. 

Sweat Benjamin, overseer, h 3 Appleton corpora- 
tion. 

Swan William, laborer, Hamilton cornoration, 
h 45. 

Swan Joshua, machinist, Boston road, near Hale's 
mills. 

Swan Isaac, livery stable, Warren st, bds at Capt. 
]\Iaston's. 

Swain Daniel, house wright, h Green st, Fowler's 
building. 

Swift John, laborer, Beston road, near Hale's 
mills. 

Sweetser Thomas, variety and book store, P.Ierri'- 
mac st, Wy man's building. 

Sylvester Henchn:an, house wright, bds at Demer- 
its'. 



Tabor Benjamin, at factory, h 29 Hamilton st. 
Tapley Joseph, proprietor of Boston & Lowejl 

baggage wagons, h Church st. 
Taylor Mary B., h River st. 
Taylor Robert, undertaker of work, h CiiSj-el st. 
Taylor John F., mason, h Lowel & Dutica sts. X 

Stone's building. 

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56 LOWELL DIRECTORY. 

Taylor Ann, wirlow, boardiiipr li, G Button st. 

Tayior Marcfaivt, widow, bdanljnfi- h 3 Dutton st, 

Taylor Sarah, board. ng li, 9 Dinton <r. 

Taylor Peter, engraver, h 13 Dutton st. 

Talbert Tristram, blacksmith, ii Gr"en st, Marsh's 

Temple Saniro', yeoman, ot. Chelmsford road. 
Tejiv .John Y., rordwainer, h Thorn-'ike st. 
ThLuston enjamin, livei-y stable, Church st. 
Thompson David D., house wriglit, h Mernni ;p st, 

Ferrin<iAon's building. 
Tlrompson Francis & Parker Lorenzo, shoe store, 

27 JMerrimac st. 
Thompson Roxanna, widow, boarding b, Worth- 
ing St. 
Thompson Elijah, machinist, bds at Bird's. 
Thonipson Willis A., machinist, h 3 Carpet block. 
Thonqikins Peleg, overseer, ii 2 Hamilton st. 
Thorning Susai:, wi(!ow. boarding h 21 Webster's 

building, Hamiitoi; cor|)oration. 
Thomas Abigail, widou, bf;ardjng h, Gorham st, 

French &: Dran's bu.ilding. 
Thorpe Reuben, mill wright, Lowell st, Goodhue's 

buijdin£r. 
Timinens Patrick, at dve house, h "^9 Bowditch st. 
Tilden David, mason, h Chapel st. Chapel Hill. 
Titus Rufus, laborer, h Warron st, Morse's build- 
ing. 
Tifney James, h Lowell st, .loel Stone's building. 
Tiff Albert, machinist, !)d- at P.edlow's. 
Tower James, English gooris, Cenirai st, li Chapel 

street. 
Town Jo>hua, boarding h, llurd st, Tuxiniry's 

building. 
Towie Jeremiah, laborer, h Ciiapel st. Lamb's 

bu ' •'ng. 
Towns luJ C'larieb, at f^iCtory^ h Lowell st, Stee- 
ven's building. 



LOWELL DIRECTOnr. 57 

Treat Mary, widow, boi.rding h, Church st, Mid- 
dlesex corporatit !;. 

Travers Sai>ii), nmctMiist, bds at Bedlow's. 

Trj|)i) John, lock ivnut;r, li 6 Dutton st. 

Tripp John, overseer, h 9 Ap;>leton corporation, 
Haniihon st. 

Tunis IMrLauthy, laborer, bds ai Da'amy's. 

T:. ■?- K ' vard, cl rk at Merriiuac print works, bds 
at iVir>. Kohinson's. 

Tuxbury iV.os^s M., h Hurd st. 

Turner O; s, at Lowell counting room bds at J, 
Tyler's. 

Tuiiier Josiah, Cordwainer, Lowel st, Hiliiard's 
bu.'diu/. 

Tuni'-r >'vi'h;vm, house wright, h Central st. Chap- 
el Hili. 

Turner Lahan, hair dresser, Central st, bds at 
Wadt 's, Appleuni corporation. 

Tuiubu!!, at carpet factory, h wooden buildings, 
carper. 

TwoiU'dy Samuel, undertaker of work, h Chapel 
street. 

Twining William Rev., I Gorhaiu st. 

Tyler JouiUhan Capi., h Lowell st. 

Ty!t r G:^orge, brolN: r's oflice. Central", corner of 
Warren st, h Central st, 6 Union buihlings. 

Tyler Jdines, Euirlish & W. L goods, Central st, h 
Central st. 

Tyler Amos, stageinan, h Warren st, Lawrence's 
buildin4::. 



Upton Sally, bojrding h, Green st. Garland's build- 
ing. 

Upton Bpiijam n, at factory, h Merrimac st. Slier- 
nuui's ("lilding. 

Uuham ' Viliiam. bds at S. Cushing's. Worthing st. 

Upharn Jaco**, inis at S. Cushi:i;z's, Wortbujg st. 

Upham Nathan, boarding h, Merrimac st,Wynjan'i«; 
building. 

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SS lOWELL BIKECTORY. 

CJiidenvood John, boarding b, machinist, 2^ Web- 
ster St. 
Urie John, overseer, 10 Carpet block. 



Van Vronk^r Henry, hair dresser. Central st, h 

Chapel Hil). 
Vannoorn Abram, machinist, Merrimac st, Capt. 

VVfiirney's building. 
Vinal Joseph, watchman, Appleton corporation., 

bds at A. Moody's. 
Varnnin Benjamin, F. High Shpriff of Middlesex 

county, office Central st. h Dracut. 



War;? James, laborer, h River st, Francom's build- 
in ir. 

Ward Ethan A., druggist & apothecary, Central st, 
Hamilton place, bds Barr% Hurd st. 

Ward John, slater, h Lowell st. 

Wait Aaron Rev., shoe store. Central st, h Church 
sr, Winslow's building. 

Waldron Mary Ann, milliner & dress maker, Gor- 
h«un sr, Whipple's bui'n'ing. 

Wai)*^ iVilliam, boarding h, Appleton st. Bower's 
• building 

Waken"id S., English goods, 29, h 30 Merrimac st, 
Howard's building. 

Watkins Desdamona, boarding h, 23 Prince st. 

Watkins John, teamster, h rear Lowelst, Anthony's 
buildii.'g, 

Watkins Samuel, stone layer, h Lowel st, rear of 
Stone's iiuilding. 

Washburn Oliver, turner, h rear Lowel st. Young's 
building. 

Washbirrn John M., manufacturer, bds at O. Wash- 
burn's. 

Washburn Thomas S., machinist, bds at O. Wash- 
brrn's. 

Washburu Qliver, overseer, Suffolk corporation.. 



Warren Pelham W., cashier Rail Rord Bank, k 
Merrimac st. 

Walkden William, dyer, h 3 Prince st. 

Walker Benjamin, butcher, provision cellar, Cen- 
tral st, h School St. 

Watson EHphalet, machinist, h 3 Wooden block. 
Carpet. 

Watson Abijah, overseer, bds at W. Wright's. 

Watson, overseer, bds ui Mrs. tfteevens', Eliot St. 

W^atson, ovei-seer, Hatniitou corporation. 

Ware Warren, overseer, h 44 Hamilton corpora- 
tion, 

Wai:'n; Jonathan, boarding h, 15 Appletou corpo- 
ration. 

Wenivvorih Stephen, teamst<>r, h Green st. 

Wentworth VVilliam, h Chapel st. 

Wentworth, see Haselton & Wentworth, bds at 
Blake's Hotel. 

Weston E {bridge, teamster, h 7 Dutton st. 

Webber Job, surveyor of wood, 5 Dutton at. 

TVebber Eliza, boarding h, 4 Dutton st. 

West«l David, at print works, bds at Butcher's. 

AVestel Robert, engraver, bds at Butcher's. 

West Daniel, boaiding b, Church st, Winslovv'» 
building. 

Wellington Mary, boarding h, 5 Dutton st. 

Wetherbee Polly, boarding h, Lowel st, Dawe'* 
building's 

Wetherbee William, overseer Hamilton corpora- 
tion, 10. 

Wetherbee Amos, English goods, Merrimac st, h 
Gorham st. 

Westorj EHphalet, h Merrimac st. Cottage build- 
ings. 

WiSion j?an[iuel, watchman, Hamilton corporation^ 
9 W< . ster st, 

Wtbetor Thomas, painter, h Chapel st, Chapd 
UiU. ^ 

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ant LOWELL birectory; 

Webster Jose})h, at factory, Hamilton corporation, 

1) 2 Webster st. 
Webster Eleazer, Middlesex corporation. 
Webster George, bds at Mrs. Hunt's, Suffolk cor- 

[)oration. 
Webster Humpbre)^, bouse wright & trunk maker, 

rear Central st. 
Whipple Oliver M., powder manufacturer, on Con- 
cord river, h Moors sr. 
Whipple James, laborer, h Chapel st. 
Whipple Lucius, meal store, Lowell st, h Lowell 

street. 
Whipple Stephen, at factory, h 29 Worthing st. 
White Daniel, cabinet maker, boarding h, Merri- 

mac St. 
White Phillip T., merchant tailor. Central st, bds 

at Mrs. Butler's, Gorham st. 
Whitn^^y Israel, agent of Tremont corporation, h 

Appleton corporaiion. 
Whitney Asa W., cordwainer, h Gorham st, Flagg's 

building. 
Whitney Hannaniah, provision cellar, Merrimac st, 

boarding h, Merrimac st. 
W^hitney John, overseer, Appleton corporation, h 

21 Jackson st. 
Whitney Williau), Suffolk corporation, bds at Mrs. 

Hunt's. 
W .iting Phinehas, W. L goods & :roceries, Mer- 

ritnac st, without the village. 
\\ inslow Ed ward, machinist, h Church st. 
\A heelock Abbot & Co., English goods. Central st, 

4 Union buildings. 
W hidden John M., dry goods, 19 Merrimac st, 

Wy man's building. 
Whitier Moses, overseer, bds at Holland's, Prince 

street. 
Whittier Eben, turner, h rear of Lowell st, Antho- 
ny's bu Iding. 
Whilhouse Stephen, Lowell st. 



iAWELL *IRECTeRf. ^1 

Wheeler Jefferson, machinist, 12 Dutton square. 

"U heeler Phinehas, yeoman, without the village. 

Wheeler Daniel, overseer, bds 3 Applcton corpo- 
ration, at Straw's. 

Whitcomb Rebecca, 20 Jackson st, Appleion cor- 
poration. 

Whitfield, hair dresser, Lovvel st, Hobb's building. 

Whithead Darius, overseer, bds 3 Appleton corpo- 
ration, at Mrs. Straw's. 

Wilson Margaret, h 2 Carpet, Scotch block. 

Wilson John, weaver, h 3 Carpet block. 

Wilson William, at factory, h 3 Carpet block. 

Wilson Glaud, overseer, carpet, h 9 Carpet block. 

Wilson Beulah, boarding, Hamilton corporation, 
hl7. 

Wilson Joseph, overseer, bds at Phelps', Worth- 
ing St. 

Wilson Charles L., overseer, bds at J Reeds, C 
Dutton St. 

Wilson James, machinist, h 28 rear of Dutton st. 

Wilson James, teamster, h Alerrimac st. 

Wilson Nathaniel, butcher, atH. Coburn's, Chelms- 
ford, road, without the village. 

Winchester Samuel, blacksmith, Massic Falls, Ii 
River st. 

Winkley Jeremiah, house wright, Massic Falls, h 
River st. 

Wilkins Charles, house wright, h Appleton st, Jef- 
ferson Bancroft's building. 

Wilkins Samuel L., shoe store, 23 Merrimac st, 
Wyman's building. 

Wilkins Susan, boarding h, 23 Men'imac st, Wy- 
man's building. 

Wilkins John, machinist. 

Wright James, machinist, overseer Middlesex cor- 
poration, h Warren st. 

Williams Joel, machinist, 3 Appleton corporation? 
Butler's building, 

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08 L«WELL DIRECTORY. 

Willoughby W. A., road maker, bds at Mrs. Pay- 
son's. 

Willard Samuel, surveyor of work, bds at Frye'd 
tavern. 

Wiles Daniel jr., Middlesex corporation. 

Wild Benjamin, boarding h, Fenwick st. 

Willins, 11 Prince St. 

W^iile Charles, & Clark Remembrance, tailors, 
Central st, bds at Andrews', Lowell st. 

Willey Daniel, boarding, overseer, bds 3 Appleton 
corporation, Mrs. Straw's. 

Willard Peter H., VV. I. goods, Lowell st. Hobo's 
building, bds at Cobuin's. 

Winn Joseph, house wright, bds at Mrs. Wether- 
bee's. 

Winslow George, machinist, h 24, rear of Dutton 
street. 

Wood F.iihraim, Town House, h Belvidere. 

Wood Susan T., widow, boarding h, Merrimac st, 
rear J. Barns' building. 

Wood John G., h Chapi^l st. 

Woods Saniu(0, proprietor of Lowell baggage wag- 
gons, h Central st, Chapel Hill. 

Woodward So Sulivan Mrs,, mantau & dress mak- 
ing, Central st, over Mtinsur & Reeds, W. bds 
at Mrs. Whiting's, S. atTDVvne's. 

Woodard Betsy, widow, boarding h, 24 Appleton 
corporation. 

Woodard Russell, blacksmith, h 27 Worthing st 

Woodburv David, house wright, Lowell st, A. 
Woodbury's building. 

Woodward Moses, painter, h River st, Prcscott's 
buildng. 

Worthing Sarah, boarding h, 17 Appleton st. 

Wright Nathaniel, j)resident of Lowell bank, h 
Merrmaf* st, opposite stone hotel. 

Wri; ht W;d er, oveiscrr, h 24 Dutton st. 

Wii^ht Alexander, agent at carpet factory, h on 
Merrimac river, near Merrimac st. 



i^OWELL ©IRECtORr. UK 

Wright & Ames, attorney at law, Central st. Union 
buildings. 

Wright John, overseer at dye house, 1 High block| 
car 'Ct, rear. 

Wright Stephen, machinist. 

Wright Hapgood, shoe store, Central st, bdsat Mrs. 
Butler's. 

Wyman William, post master, office Town House, 
Merrimac st, h Merrimac st. 

Wyman Timothy, machinist, bds 3 Appleton cor- 
poration, at Mrs. Straw's. 

Wyman William W., hat store, Merrimac st, bds 
Merrimac st. 

Wyman & Seaver Miss, milliners & dress makers^ 
Central st. Union buildings, W. bds at Mrs. 
Thorning's, Webster st. 

Wyatt Joseph, barr room, Lowell st. 

Wyatt Mary, boarding h, Appleton st, in rear, Co- 
burn's building, 

Wyllie Catlieriiie, widow, boarding h, Merrimac st, 
Elliot's buildinsr. 



Young Artemas Capt., h Central st. 
Young Darius, h Gorham st. 
Young Elias, boarding h, Lowell st. 
Young & Jack, victualling cellar, Lowell st. 
Yates John, bds at Bates', 54 Worthing st. 
Yates James, bds at Bates', 54 Worthing st. 



Wi IfWELL CIRFXTORT, 

•STREETS, &c. 

t^ppleton Street, from Gorhain St. west, to Thon- 

dike St. east, by the new stone churrli. 
Bowditch Sired, from Jackson st. to Hamilton st. 
Central Street, from Merrimac st. north, lo Chapel 

Hill south. 
Church Street, from Central st. to Belvidere, by the 

Baptist church, over the south Concord River 

bridj^e. 
Chapel Street, from Central st. by the Universalist 

church, to Boston road. 
Chapel Hill, situated at the south part of the town, 

including Chapel st. and Elm st. 
Dntton Street, beginning at the Merrimac factories, 

runs south by the machine s«hoj>, to Thorndike 

street. 
Elm Street, from ihe road leading to Boston, by the 

Methodist church, to Chapel st.. Chapel Hill. 
Elliot Street, from Jackson to Hamilton St., Hamil- 
ton corporation. 
Emerson Place, opens on GI(»rham st. 
Fenwick Street, from Lowell st. by the Catholic 

church. 
Green Street, from Central st. to George st. 
George Street, th m Church .<. to Hurdst. 
Ham Iton Street, fro/n Central and Gorham sts. t% 

Thorndike st. 
Hurd S'reet, from Central st. to Church St., by the 

Middlesex corporation. 
Jackson Street, from Central si. to Thorndike St., 

by the Hamilton and Appleton factories. 
Lowell Street, from Central St., near ranal bridge, t« 

31^-rrimac st. 
Merrimac Sl'-eet, from north Concord River bridge, 

»to the stone hotel, by the Town House. 
J\lerri:nac Place, on Mt rrimac corporation, com- 
prises Prince, Worthing and Dutton sts. 



iOWKLL »IRECTORY. 6al 

Prince Street, from Merrimac bleach house, to Mer- 

ritnac st. 
River Street, from Churcli St., by Massic Falls, 

nearly parallel with Concorrl River. 
T\)ler^s Street, from C utral st. to River St. 
Thorndike Street, fionj Duttoii st. over canal bridge 

to Boston road. 
Worthing Street, from Merrimac factories to Mer- 

ritnnc st. 
Warren Street, from Central St., near Frye's tavern, 

to Middlesex corporation. 
Webster Street, fronj Jackson st. to Hamilton st. 



CHURCHES AND MINIS^TERS. 

First Church, St. Ann's, Merrimac st.. Rev. The- 
odore Ed.-on. 

First Baptist Church, Church st.. Rev. Enoch W. 
Freeman. 

First Congregational Church, Mernmac st., Rev. 
Amos Blanchard. 

First Methodist Church, Chapel Hill, Rev. Ej^ 
■Wjggrd K. Avery. 

First Universalist Church, Chapel st., Rev. Calvin 
Gardn.r. 

Second, or ySouth Congregational Church, Hamil- 
ton St., Rf'v. William Barry. 

TMr ^ fongrfs:ational Church, Appleton st, Rev. 
William Twin.ing. 

Frst Roman Catholic Church, Fenwick st., Rev. 
John Mahoimy. 

First Protestant Methodist, worship in Merrimac 
school house. Rev. Mr. iMcLea^sh. 

Second Baptist Church, worship at Toirn Hall. 

First Free Will Baptist Church, wo7-ship at schod 
house, near Hale\s mills. 

Second Methodist Church, Lowell st 



66 I^-OWIiLti »IREeT01lT/ 

SOCIETIES, &c. IN THE DIFFERENT ^t> 
NOMINATIONS IN LOWELL. 

First Episcopal Churchy organized 1824, Rev. 
Theodore Edson, pastor. 

Female Auxiliary Missionary Society, Mrs. Es- 
ther Lewis, secretary. 

Missionary Association, Mr. Cyril French, trea» 
surer. 

Sabbath School. 

First Baptist Church, organized Feb. 8, 1826, 
Rev. Enoch W. Freeman, pastor, ordained June ^ 
1828. 

Female Missionary Society. 

Burman Missionary Society. 

Eemale Aboriginal Missionary Society^ 

Charitable Society. 

First and Second Monthly Associations. 

Lowell Juvenile Education Society. 

Missionary Society. 

Sabbath School. 



First Congregational Church, organized June 6^ 
1826, Rev. Amos Blanchard, ordained Dec. 2^, 
1829. 

Female Education Society. 

Female Missionary Association. 

Female Charitable Society. 

Sabbath School Association. 

Association for promoting the observance of the 
Sabbath. 

Robert Raik's Juvenile Association. 

Auxilary Tract Society. 

Female Benevolent Circle. 

Monthly Concert for Prayer, and Contributions 
tor Foreign and Domestic Missions; 



LOWELL DIRECTORY. 0? 

First Methodist Church, organized in 'iS^, Ret. 
Edward K. Avery, pastor, stationed June, 1830. 
Sa'.»;;ath School Socir^ty. 
Female Missionary Society, 
Charitable Society. 
Tract Society. 



First Universalist Church, organized in 1826, Rev, 
Calvin Gardner, pastor, installed December, 1830. 



Second Congregational Church, organized JVbv. 
2G, 1830, Rev. William Twining, pastor, ordained 
Oct. 4, 1831. 

The religious and charitable associations in this 
socievy ar^ not yet organized separalely from those 
in the First Congregational Society : but are in- 
tended to correspond with the latter, in character 
-and number. See First Congregational Society. 



South Congregational Church, organized Jstov. 7, 
183o, Kev. AViillam l?airy, pastor. 

Sociity formed September 2(i, 1829 — Church 
gathered Nov. 7, 1830 — Passlor ordained Nov. 17, 
1»30. 

There are as yet no organized societies. A Sab- 
bath school is connected with the South Church. 



TOWN OFFICERS. 

Tovm Clerk — Samuel A. Coburn, office at the 

Town Ha". 
Town T easarer — Arlemas Holden. 
Sdedme —Joshua Swan, Artemas Young, Jarae? 

Tvler. 



m LftWELL DlRECfoRT- 

Assessors — Nathaniel Wright, AVarren Golburu^ 

Henrv Cohurn, Jarn^s Tyler, John Avery. 
Constables — Joseph Parker, Luther Marshall, Wil- 
liam Davis, Amos Weatherbee, Zacheus Shed, 
H ^iiry J. Baxter, 
Sureet/o/sof Luraber ani Wood — Jonathan Bowers, 
• . :i • A. *5 Aver, Henry Fletcher, Jona.Tvler. 
Overseers of the Poor — Oliver M. Whip])le, Elisha 

H'jutiijgron, B*njaiii'.\\ Walker. 
Tythingmen — Jonathan Knowles, Warren Colburn, 
William D. AIas*']i. Andnnv B. Enion, James L. 
Dean, Samuel A. Coburn, Oliver M. Wh f p't. 
Measurer of Liuhihg and Plaistcring — Samuel 

\Villard. 
Board <f Health— Zenas Done, Alvah Mansur, 

J.'.ines Russell 
Creneral School Committee — Rev. Theodor'^ Edson, 
Ensha Bartlett, Elisha Uimtin»ton, Rev. William 
Bary, Rev. Amos Blanehard, Rev. Calvin Gard- 
ner. 
High School CGinynittee—Warveu Colburn, Rev.The- 
odore Edson, Rfv. Enoch W. Freeman, Rev. 
Eliphalet Casr?,Kev. Anms Blanchari . 
Jlrish School Committee — Rev. Theodore Edson, 
Rov. Enoch W. Frei'man, Rev. Eliphalet Case, 
Elisha Bartlett, Josiah Crosby. 
Committee to rent the Town Hall — Joel Lewis, Jon- 
athan Tyler, Tiiomas P. Goodhue. 
Fish ^fards — Luther Richardso , Nehemiah S. 
Ramsy, Elisha Davis, Wiliiam Marst(;n, Ja • es 
Russell. 
Pound Keqr.rs—WiWiam Fletcher, Theodore But- 

terfieid. 
Commrttey to Audit Accounts— }o\m A\ ry, Jar;s 

H. B. Aycr, Thomas P. Goodhue. 
F-dd D'ivers—Jantes Russell, Joseph Bntterfi .d, 

Joci Sione, Geo'-^e Do w, Jonathan M-. oon. 
S'aler of Weights and jl/easurc5— Joseph lyler. 
^Qwn Cner— George Dod^<?. 



tOWBLL SIRBCTORlf* 6# 

Representatives. 

Willard Guild, Ebenezer Appleton, Artemas 
Holden, Oliver M. Whipple, Seth Ames, Maynard 
Bragg, William Davidson. 



Physicians and Surgeons. 

John O. Green, Merrimao St., near Stone Hotel. 
William Graves, Hurd St., 7 brick buildiugs. 
Eliaha Bartfett, Central st., corner of Hamilton st. 
Josiah Crosby, Central St., north end. 
Elisha Huntington, h on Gorhai>; and Central st. 
Robert Darrah, stirgeon dentist, Central st., near 

Goodhue's store. 
H. Pillsbuiy, Memtnac St., near Lowell Bank. 
John C. Daiton, Dutton st. 

Giiman Kimball, Merrimac St., near L well Bank. 
John W. Graves, surgeon of the reg't, 7 Hurd St.. 
JBradJey i'arker, Merrimac st.,Fisk's bui.tiing. 
Daniel Mewr, Central st., Morse's budding. 
Benjamin F« Hows & 
John D. Pillsbury, Merrimac St., Green's building. 



BANKS. 

Lowell Bmik, incorporated in 1828, capital $150,000. 

Nathaniel Wright, Presirfent. 

James G. (barney, Cashier. 

Joshua Bennet, ^ 

Cyril French, | \ 

Josiah B. French, j 

Jonathan Morse 2d, j 

Daniel Shattuck, j> Directorii. 

Benjamin F. Varnumj j 

Amos W^hitn«^y, | 

Phineas WhitMig, 

Nathaniel Wright. J 



LOWELL DIRECTORY. 



Rail Road Bank, incorporated March, 1831, capital 

$200,000. 

Luther Lawrence, President. 
Pelhatn W. Warren, Cashier. 
Kirk Boott, 
Ebenezer Appleton, 
Henry Cabot, 
Ehslia GUdden, 
Joshua Swan, 
Robert Means, 



> Directors. 



Trustees. 



Lowell Institution for Savings, incorporated 1820 

Office at the Lowell Bank. 

Ehsha Glidden, President, 

John O. Green ^ 

Eiisha Baitlett, > Vice Presidents. 

Oliver M. Vfhipple, ) 

Theo.lore Edson, ^ 

Thomas BilUngs, 

Joel l<ewis, 

Warr.-n Colbuni, 

Cyril French, 

Geo. Brownell, 

James Russell, 

Abiel Abbott, 

James G. Carney, Treasurer. 

The design of this institution is to afford, t© 
those who are desirous of saving their money, but 
who have not acquired sufficient to purchase a 
share in the banks or a sum in public stocks, the 
mean« of employing it to advantage, without run- 
iiinfT the risk of losing it, as they are too frequently 
exposed to do by loaning it to indiviihials, who ei- 
ther fail or defr-md them. It is intended to encou- 
rage the industrious and prudent, and to induce 



I.OWELL DIRECTORT. M 

thosR who have not hitherto been such, to lessen 
their unnecessary expenses, and to save and lay by 
something for a period of life, when they will be 
less able to earn a stipport. To promote these de- 
siriible purposes, the following rules, among others, 
have been adopted. 

Deposites, or monies put in, will be received a« 
low as one dollar, and when any person's depos- 
ites amount to five dollars they will be put upon 
hitei-est. 

The office is open only on Saturday evenings, 
from 7 to 9 o'clock. 

Twice every year, namely, on the first Saturday 
of May anfl November, a payment of interest, at 
the rate of two dollars on every hundred dollars, 
that may have been deposited two quarters, and of 
one dollar on every such sum as may have been 
deposited onn qiiartf^r, will be made, and so in pro- 
])ortion for smaller sunss. And at the end of every 
five ye;irs, all the extra incdme, whicli has not be- 
fore been ])ai(l and diviiied, will then be divided 
amoiifr the depositors, in just pro[)ortion according 
to the Bye Laws; and noihing will he deducted 
from this extra income, but the actual expenses of 
carrying on the business and taking care of the 
ni'^ney. 

The Trustees will take no emolument or pay for 
their service, having undertaken it solely to pro- 
mote the intf rest of the Town, and of those who 
may wish to share in the lienefits of the institution. 
Those who do not choose to take their interest 
from time to time, may hv. assured that it shall be 
added to their deposites, and put upon interest at 
the end of three months ; thus compounding their 
interest twice a year. 

Any part, not less than ten dollars at a time, if 
more than that sum is deposited, or the whole of 
any depositor's money may he drawn only by giv- 
ing a week's notice, as tho Trustees could ro* ' •-" 



it or invest it to advantagfe if liable to pay it with- 
out any notice. 

Di-posites will be entered in the books of the In- 
atitiuion, and also in a book to be given to the de- 
positor. This book will be the evidence of their 
property, and as valid as a note of liand. When 
money is drawn out this book must be brought to 
the office to have the [)ayment entered. Deposi- 
tors may take out the money themselves, or in 
eases of absence or sickness, it will be paid to their 
order, pronerly witnessed and accompanied by this 
Book. 

If p(^rsons die, who have money m the Savings' 
Bank, the money will go to their hei)s, or the per- 
sons to whotn they may have given it by will with 
certainty. It cannot be placed where it will be 
more safe, as it resjiects the honor and fidelity of 
management, Persons who put in nioney, must 
sign the rides and agree to conform to them. This 
is necessary for the security of all parties. Money 
can be deposited by any person for the benefit of 
a minor or other person, and not subject to be with- 
drawn for a certain period of time. 

The certain safety of the Insjitution will make 
it particularly useful to persons, who are in posses- 
sion of money, received as wages, gifts or gratui- 
ties, f3r which they have no immediate use, and 
which they wish to lay by for a rainy day. 

Widows and children may, also, thus be safely 
provided for. A young man, intending to marry 
at a future day, and young women, who may ex- 
pect to change their condition, can here securely 
lay up a sum against a time when they may want 
it more. 

As it would be impracticable to compute the in- 
terest on numerous deposites, unless it is made to 
commence from a few fixed periorls, the deposites 
made during any quarter after the first day, will 
not be put upon interest until the first day of the 



i^WlLI, »IRE®T©IIY. ^3 

Siieceeding quarter. The quarters comnience on 

t\w f^r.-r (lays of February, May, Augi'st aiul No- 
ve nher; and no .nfprcst will he allowed tor a frac- 
tional put of a quarter, or on a tractiona! }>arr of a 
doliar, or on a larger sum than five hunured dol- 
lars to any one depositor. 



INCORPORATED COMPANIES. 

Meirimac Manufacturing Company^ inco/pomUd in 

lS2o— Capital 81,500,000. 

Kirk Bootr, Aj;tnt. 

Warr-n Coliturn, vSuj)erintendent. 

John D. PriRt'e, SM])eri;!iendent of Print Works, 



Locks and Canal Covivany, incorporated in 1823^ 

Capital 6m, r 00. 

Kirk Boott, Afent, 

Geor^je Brownf^ii, Sup. rintendcnt machine shop. 

llamillon Maritfacti'rivg; Company, incorporated in 

1895, Capital $000,000. 

Eh»i»f'zpr Ap})leron, Act nr. 
Jrh;^ Av TV, Sup-rinrendeiit. 
Wiil-aiii S{)enccr, Sup.i;rintenderit of the Print 
Works. 

• 

Jlpphton Mmmfrfturinv^ Company, inrorporated in 
1828, Capital $500,cdb. 

Pa-rick T. Jackson, Ajrent. 
*eorge Motley, Supuiutendent. 



74 rewKLL biregtory. 

Lowell ManvfacHring Company^ incorporated in 

1828, Capital *roOO,000. 

George W. Lyman, Age.'jt. 
DavicJ Moodv, Supr m>t' i^-ent. 
Alexander Wrigiil, Superintendent Carpet. 

Lowell Brewei^, incorporated in 1828 — Capital 
$50,000. 
Henry W. Barnes, Agent. 

Middlesex Manufaclurm:. Co \pany^ incorporated in 
1828, Capital ?5l0,000 
James Cook, Agent. 

Massic Falis Manvfa luring Company, in^tirporaied 
in 1828, Capital $200,000. 

Kuffclk Manvfadur'ng C myany, incorporated in 
l^Su, Capital $4.50,000. 
Robert Mi^ans, Agent. 

Tremont Manufaftunng C'" parry, incorporated in 
1S30, Capital ^bOO.OOO. 
Israel Whitin^y, Agent. 

L^ivrence Manufacturing Company, incorporatid in 
mo, Capital .ijl,20®,00#. 



tlRE INSURANCE COMPANIES. 

IMidlksex Mutual Fire Insurnnrp Cnmpani/. 
TijiiO'.ii F. Variium, Agent, ulfice at Rail 



Roaxi 



Manufacturer's Fire Insurance Company. 

John P. Hobinson, Agent, office Central ct., 
•Hamilton Pi ace. 



Roxhury Mutual Fire Insurance Company, 
William Hilliard, Agent, office Central st. 



MILITARY DEPARTMENT. 

This Department consists of two unifcrmM, anid 
two Militia companies. 

Henry J. Baxter, Adjutant. s 

Korth Company. 

James Russell, Capt. 
Daniel Smith Liiuti uant. 
Jacob O. Smith, Ensij^n. 



Sovi^i Company. 

Bernice S, Kfilp, Capt, 
William Packer, LKUienant. 
Jacob Parker, Ensign. 



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79 L»WBLI BIRECT^RT, 

Mechanic Phalanr. 

Nehemiah S. Ramsay, Capt. 
Hirain Cor!)etT, Liutenant. 
Jonathan Kendal, Ensign. 



Lowell Light Infantry. 

Nathan Duran% Capt, 
Ranson lit-ed, Lit^utenant. 
Horace Barbour, Ensign. 



FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

Kirk Boott, Chief Engineer. 

Y-Cirk Boott, ^ 

.Toseoh Tyl'^r, { 

W«nen Colbura, f 

Geo ^^e Frownell, 

J. W. Dodge, 1 „ . 

J.RUSS..1I, [Lnginsers. 

Oliv-r M. Whipple, 

John Avery, 

Jo!iithan Bowers, 

Alvah Mansur, 



Fire Society. 

President, 

Secntar , — Thomas ^illiogs. 



Temperance Societii — nsldihdvi 18i|>. 

Elisha f]nr.; HTton, Presid nt 
J"«hn A. Knawles, Vice President, 



^^lomas Billings, ;?« crttary 

Th;- jji-eseut ijiinu»v r ot' members rising three 
feun .rod. 



Fran/din Lyceum — Orp:anizedJanv'.u-y, i83I. 

This Society has for iis obji c. th; iiiiana! im- 
provrtiient ot. ils ii. embers, its .>fca.!M.- c( i t st 
of (itiiafes and lectures. Its meetings aie held 
weekly. 



NEWS PAPERS PUhi.ISHEI) IN LOWELL. 

liovvelt Jouniai, published every Wetliiesi.uy— 
Otlu- Ceurra! st. 

Louesl Mercury, {jublibiied every Friday — Office 
Merrimac st. 

Lowtil Evangelist, published every Friday — Of- 
fice Central st. 

M dditsex Telegraph, pub'-shed every TuoiMiay — 
Qffic(. Cf htrai st. 

Daily Journal, pubhshed at the Journal office. 



PUBLIC HOUSES FOK ENTERTAINMENT. 

Mansion House, M'-rrimac st. — William Blanch- 
ard. 

G(;neral Sta^^e House, Central st. — Ira Frye. 

Washiugion Hotei, Cenral st. — Daniel Mixer. 

Mt^rriinac Hotel, Mfriima. st. — Saiiiuel A. C®- 
feurn. 

JiOwell Hotel, C^orham st. — Abraham P. Biake. 



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/$ LOWELL »IR1SST«R1. 

ARRIVALS AND DEPARTb^RES OF MAILS, 
AT THE LOWELL POST OFFICE. 

Post Offiot opens at 7 o'clock, A. M., in winter, 
and closes ai 9 o'clock, P. M. 

Opens at 5 o'clock A. M. in summer, and closes 
at 9 o'clock, P. 31. 

Boston and southern d-iily, Sundays excepted, at 
balf past 10 A. M., and iiaiJ' pas; G P. M. 

\Vinrl>;or and Af ht.,Si, hi half past 12 P. M. 

Newburypor;, a: ft P. M. 

Coiicord, N. H. 'londays Wvdnesdays and Fri- 
day?, at half past 2 i\ M. 

Haverhill, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdaj'S, 
at 6 P. M. 

Worcester, Mondays Wedisp.sdays and Fridays, 
at >3 P. M. 

Salem, Tuesdays, Thurs<lays and Saturdays, at 
half past 10. 

Ashbnrnham and Fitchburg, every Tuesday eve- 
sing. 

Derry, every Saturday evening. 

Drpaiiures. 

Boston Daily, Sundays exce])ted, at 6 A.M. from 
April to November, and at 7 from Nov. to April, 
and half past 12 P. ^). 

Vvoicester, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, 
at haif past 6 A. M. 

Newburyport, at half past 7, A. M. 

Haverhill, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 
at 8 A. M. 

Amherst and Windsor, at 11 A. M. daily. 

Concord, N. H. at 11, Tuesdays, Thursdays and 
Saturdays. 

Salem, at half past 12, Mondays, Wednesdays 
((Bd Frielavf?. 



Asliburnham, Wednesdays, at 10 o'clock. 
Deny, at every Saturday evening. 



LIST OF STAGES. 

Boston morning stages leave Lowell at 7 and 9 
©'clock, and arrive in Boston at 9 and 10 o'clock. 
Returning, arrives in Lowell at 5 and 6 o'clock, P. 
M. The 1 o'clock stage arrives in Boston at 4 
o'clock P. M. Returning, leaves Boston at 2 o'- 
clock, and arrives in Lowell at 5 o'clock, P. M. 

Salem stage, 3 times a week, Mondays, Wednes- 
days and Fridays. Leaves Lowell at 1 o'clock, & 
arrives in Salem at 5 o'clock, P. M. Returning, 
leaves Salem at 6 o'clock A. M., and arrives in 
Lowell at 10 o' clock. 

Newburyport and Dover stages, leave Lowell at 
S o'clock every morning, and arrive at Newbury- 
port at 12 o'clock, and at Dover at 7, P. M. Re- 
turning, leaves Dover at 7 o'clock, A. M., and ar- 
rives in Lowell at 7 o'clock, P. M. 

Haverhill and Dover, N. IL stagps, leave Lowell 
at half past 8 o'clock, and arrive at Haverhill at 12 
o'clock, and at Dover at 7 o'clock, P. M. Beturn- 
ing, leaves Dover at 7 o'clock, and arrives in Lowell 
at 5 o'clock, P. M. 

Concord N. H., stages, through Pelham, Derry, 
Hooksett and Bow, leave Lowell at 10 o'clock A. 
M., and arrive at Concord at 6 o'clock. Leaves 
Concord at 7 o'clock A. M., and arrives in Lowell 
at 1 o'clock, P. M. 

Concord N. H., stages, through Tyngsborough, 
Nashua, Bedford, Amoskeag and Hooksett, leave 
Lowell at 10 o'clock A. M., and an-ive at Concord 
at 6 o'clock P. M. Returning^ leaves Concord at 
7 o'clock A. M., and arrives in Lowell at 2 o'clock, 
F.M. 



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80 LtWELL BIRECTORT. 

Amherst and Francistown staee, leaves Lowell 
at 10 o'clock, and arrives at Fraricistown at 6 o'- 
clock r. M. Returning, leaves Francistown at 4 
o'clock A. M., and arrives in Lowell at 12 o'clock 
P. M. 

Groton stage, leaves Lowell every morning, and 
arrives in Groton at 10 o'clock A. M. Returning, 
leaves Groton hK 2 o'clock P. M., and arrives in 
Lowell at 5 o'clock, P. M. 

From Groton to Worcester 3 times a week, Tues- 
days, Tliursiljiys and Saturdays. 

From Groton to Keene every day, at the arrival 
of the Groton stage. 

Books ke[)t at Frye's General Stage Tavern^ 
Central st. 

Books for the Boston, Newbury })ort, Haverhill 
and Dover stages, are kept at Mixer's Hotel, Cen- 
tral St., and at Blakes Hotel, Gorham st. 



LIST OF BAGGAGE WAGGONS. 

Lowell baggage waggons, leave Lowell ever)'" 
Monday and Thursday, and arrive in Boston every 
Tiesday and Friday, and leave the satjie days. 
Return to Lowell every Wednesday and Saturday. 



Proprietors. 

Samuel Wood, Chaoel Hill. 
Joseph Tapley, Church st. 



BELVirEllE DIRECTOHY. 



A^BOT Samuel R., house wriofht, near High st. 
Aiken Cyrus, laborer, I>ds at Blanchai'd's tavers. 
Austin John, teamster, Washington st. 



Barret Charles, mason, h Washington st. 

Barry Wiilia;n Rev., bcls at A. Maiisur's, 

Barry James, house wright, High st. 

Banon Cliristopher, dyer, h rear AVashington st. 

Barton Arnold, teanistHr, h Brown st. 

Barns Calvin, attorney at law, I; Wasiiington st. 

Batchelder Henry Col., h Washington st. 

Batehelder Btnjamin, house vvright, h High st. 

Bennet John, surveyor, h Howe's block, Mill st. 

B-an Nancy, widow, h Washington st. 

Blake John, cabinet maker, h NYaterst. 

Blanchard William, iim holder, Washington st. 

Boylston William, bds at Z. Roger's. 

Brown William 2d, mason, h Brown st. 

Brown Stephen, house vvright and surveyor of lum- 
ber, Mansion House, High st. Square. 

Brown Rlijah, wht^el whr ght, High st. 

Brown George, W. I. goods, Washington st. 

Brasier Benjamin, tool maker, h Howe's block, 
Mill St. 

Bruce Dexter, yeoman, h High st. 

Breed Henry K., teamster, Mansion House Highst 
Square. 

Burgess Silas, livery stable, bds at W. Blancharil's. 



^eavey MoseS P., cordwainer. Water st. 



m JSliLyi'BERE llREC^oa't. 

€lhever Richardson, cordwainer, h Hgwe's block 
Mill .-t. 

Chaiiiu u James, h wright, h near High st. 

Chudwick Samuel, hatter, h near High st. 

Chiirdon William R., laiior, li Hi^h st. 

Chamberlain Leonard, machinist, h High st; 

Clark David, laborer, h Washington st. 

Clough Levi, mason, h High si. 

Clements Hale, wool dealer, bds at Bennett's. 

Clem- nt Rufus, machinist, h Howe's block Mill St. 

Cornell James, laborer, bds at Blanchard's. 

Colcord Wear, laborer, Water st. - 

Coi urn James, inventer and proprietor of the pa- 
tent fire and water proof cement, see advertise- 
ment, bds at Blanchard's. 

Coburn Joseph R., laborer, h Howe's block. Mill 
street. 

Colbath Hiram C, laborer, Washington st. 

Corbishly Thomas, house wright, bds at Blanch- 
ard's. 

Cram Jonathan, cordwainer, Water st. 

Cusliin^ Thomas, butcher, h Washington st. 

Cutler Nathaniel, house wright, Washington st. 



Derby Edward, High st. 

Dodge Ezekiel, house wright, h How's block. Mill 

street. 
Durant Nathan Capt., trader, Washington st, h 

Mill St. 
Burant Thomas, blacksmith, bds at Kittredge's. 
Durant Sarah, widow, boarding h, Washingtom 

street. 
Bucker John,at factory, h High st. 
Drake Eliza, widow, h High st. 
Drew Wilham C, hatter, Howe's blank, bds at Ben 

net's. 

Eastman Luke, atcoruey at law, Washington st> b 
High St. 



lELtlBERE DIRECTORY. 86 

Ifcistman Gardner K., sione cutter, h Hi^h st. 
Eauar William, laborer, bds at Blauchanl's tavern. 
E lis E^enezer, stone ciit;f'r, h High st. 
Evans Abel, blacksmith, bds at Kittredge's. 



Ferlon? John, at factory, h Washington st. 
Fisk William, house wright, h High st. 
Flanders Christopher, butcher High st. 
Fletcher Joel, house wright, h Water st. 
Forster Joel, stone cutter, rear of Washington st. 
Folsom James, house wright, h High st. 
Francis John, teamster, h Washington st. 
French Sarah, h Fayette st. 
Frost Leonard Hev.,' h Washington st, at the head. 

Garland Samuel, turner, Washington st. 
Garland Jeremiah, turner bds at S. Garland's. 
Gilman Jonathan, printer, see Gilman, Central st, 

I owell, h Water st. 
Gove Samuel, house wright, Washington st. 
G liiam .losupli, stonemason, Fayette sr. 
G ffi'i Jonathan, stone cutter, rear 

street. 



Harris James, house wright. High st. 

Hart Newell, mason, bds at Blanchard'slnn. 

Hard Samuel, jr., house wright h Washington 

street. 
Hirdy Samuel P., house wright, h Washington st. 
H irly Samuel, yeoman, h VVashington st. 
Hording Ma»y, wido%v, h Fayette st. 
Harding Gamaliel, h Fayette st. 
Hancock John, inn holder, Washington st. 
Haskell Perkins, blacksmirh, bds at Kittredge's. 
Hersy Amos J., laborer, bds at Abbot's. 
HinchclifFT'iomas, h Washington st. 
Howe Jere!)oam, clothier, h Howe's block. Mill st, 
Howe Harison G., manufacturer, Mil! st. 
jHtwe Wrinthrop, uianufaatur«r, Fayette st. 



$4 iELVIDERB »IRECT§RY. 

Howe Abraham, wheeJwriojht, Mill st. 

Holmes David, card manufactory, Mill st, h Low- 
ell St, Lowell. 

Holden Daniel, laborer, at Howe's factory. 

Holden Isaac, shoe store, see Isaac H., Lowell 
Directory, h High st. 

Hallo well Samuel, gardenei, h High st, removed 
from Lowell. 

Hosmer Abel, wheel wright, h Howe's block, Mill 
street. 

Horn Eliphalet, h Washington st, see Horn, clock 
maker, Central st, Lowell. 

Hoyt Benjamin, h rear of Washington st. 

Holbrook Abram, Water st, Abbott's buildmg. 

Holt Luke, painter. High st square. 

Hutchinson Benjamin, trader, h High st. 

Hurd Benjamin, laborer, h Fayette st. 

Jenness Amos C, laborer, Washington st. 
Jolmson Jefferson, laborer, bds at Blanchard's inn. 
Johnson Jonas jr., cellar keeper, at Lowell, bds at 

Blanchard's inn. 
Jones Ambrose, see Jones, confectioner, at Lowell, 



Kendall Artemas, laborer, h High st. >^'' 

Kenneson Thomas J., rear of High st. 
Kelly Martha, widow, h Washington st. 
Kittredge Joseph G., blacksmith, h Washington st. 

see K., Lowell Directoiy. 
Kittredge William, bds at J. G. Kit^redge's. 
Kimball Nathan, house wright, h High st. 
Kimball Daniel R., bds at Blanchard's. 



Lawrence Lucy, widow, boarding h. High st* 
Lakin Abel teamster, h Fayette st. 
Larrabee Daniel, cordwainer, bds atF. Shattuck's. 
Leonard Lawrence, laborer, Water st, Cram's 
fenilding. 



Xewis Peter, hair dresser, Lowell, h Washington 

street. 
Lewis Andrus, hair dresser, Lowell, h VVashiiigion 

street. 
Liver more Edward St. Loe, h High st. So 'are. 
Liverniore Edward St. Loe jr., Mansiou House, 

High St. Square. 



Mansur Aaron, Washington st. 

Mansur Jostplj W., student at law in Lowell, bds 

at Aaron Mansur's. 
Mariam Josry»h, laborer, h Howe's block, Mill st. 
Marden Francis, house wright, h Washington st. . 
Marden Thomas, house wright h Howe's block, 

Mill St. 
Marshall Cyrus, mason, h Fayette st, Harding's 

buildjng. 
Maiio!, j(»hn, laborer, h Hioli st. 
Marsh Saniuei, house wrighf, h Washington st. 
Mt'.Leaish Rev., bds at Frost's? 
Mi^Caffry .lolui, at factory, h rear Wash'ngton St. 
MciVInllf ri, Andrew, dyer, h Wrsshington st. 
Milcheli Jani' if., tnach^nist, h ii;^ st. 
Mory Samuel, at carpet, h, Washington st. 

Newman G-Mirge, bds at Blanchard's, see Newman. 

vnri«^,ty ?tore, Centra' 'jJ, Loweii. 
Neaiy E. T,, blacksmith, bds at Kittredgo's. 
Ni!es (Jharles, wheel wright, bds at Owen's. 
Nutting David L., ston^. cutter, bds at Blan bard's. 

Ordway Samuel, at La wr^ nce's factury, h rear High 

street. 
Osgood Thomas T., laborer, bds at Dennett's. 
Ovven William, wheel wright. High <:. 

Patten ,Tohn, butchi^'r, b Washington st. 
Phel})s Jason, clerk at G. Brown's, h Washingten 
street. 



16 BELtlDERE »rRlIClfORr. 

Pingry John, butcher, h Washington sf. 

Pinder Josrpli, coaivvaiu. r, h Washington st. 

Peirce A. C, see Silver &, P. 

Pratt Lytnan, painter, see Pratt & F., Lowell St., 

Lowell, h iMill s;. 
Prescott Charles, plane maker, see Ctniral st, 

LoTrell. 
Puringioii Elijah, wheel wright, bds at Blanch- 

ard's. 
Putney John, h High street, see P., Merrimac St., 

Lowell. 



Richardson Rebecca, widovv, lioarding h, Wash- 
ington St. 

Rion Rogers, mason, h High st, see R., Lowell Di- 
rectory. 

Rogers Zadock, yeoman. High st. 

Rogers Zadock, yeoman, bds at Z. Roger's. 

Rugg Anthony, hatter, bds at -_ lanchard's. 



Sanders Phillip H., h High st. 

Sawtell Josiah, house wright, Washington st. 

Sawyer Wesley, laborer ai Howe's Jactory, bds at 
Howe's. 

Sawyer Zenas, laborer at How; 's factor}', bds at 
Howe's. 

Safford David H., house wright, h Washiiigfon st. 

Sherman Aaron H., mill wright, h High st Square. 

Shaciuck Franklin, cordwaiu* r, h Washingiun st. 

Smart John ^L, house wright, h P'ayeite st. 

Smith Alpheus, hard war ', h HigFi st. square, see 
Smith, Low; 1 Directory. 

Silver Isaiah & Peirce A. C, English goofis, Wash- 
ington St. bds ar Frv-'^ tav^-n, Lowell. 

Spaulding Haskell, Washington st. 

Stewart Jos ph, Capi., teamster, house Ash st. 

Stewart VVi.i.ai..-, ho;(se wright, ii A] ill st. 

Stanley prudcMce, widow, h Br©wn st. 



BEIiVrSERlE DIRECTORT. 8^ 

IStone E'izaheti!, school mistress, bds at A.Man- 

siir's. 
ft: iiis Solomon G., whip maker, bds at Bennet's. 
St.;rr iiertor, post rioer, It High st. 

Taylor FrankHt), rabiuet maker, h Hish st. 
Tuvlor Gi^'orne, haui-r, Washiiigtoii st, 
Ti/stle Phill!}), hdsHi Ovvon's. 
Thayer Henry P., braf>s {bunder, shoj) near Con- 
con i river. 
Tooi John, laborer, h Water st., Cram's buii.n.-ig. 



tJpH»n Joseph, flannei Mhisher aiid dyer, h Fayette 

street. 
"B^piiam Abijah, house wri^ht, bds at Owen's. 

Warren Anson, house wrsglir, h High sit. 
Wanvn Cyru;*, tool tji^ker, h H)_:^h st. 
^ ijPf !m xiremas Capt,, h Wn.shif»^t()n .^t. 
Wi!-' John, reed maker, bds at F. Shatiuck's. 
W i-- John K., overseer at raid factory, h Fay- 
ette St. 
\^' :>;ns John, macliin'st, h Fayej'r st. 
"VV"nd Fphraini, Washins^ron st. 
Wrighr N ■hetniah, stone mason, h H gh St, 
Wright Fdwan! G., tea -tsier. High st. 



York Levi^ house wright, h water st. 



18 BELVIDERE DTRKtTORY. 

STREETS, &c. 

Washington Street^ from Concord River, ntrih 
bridge, through the village, to Boston road. 

High S^eet, opens on Washington st. south, and 
ex.ends to Boston road. 

Migh Street Square, a short distance nortii east 
from the village tavern. 

Fayette Street, froui Washington st. near the tavern, 
south. 

Srown Street, opens north, directly opposite* the 
tavern. 

Water Streef:^ opens from High st. soutli, and ex- 
tends to Concord River, sowtli bridge. 

Howe Street, opens at south end of the village tav- 
ern, and extends by the factories to Concord 
river. 
The houses near south bridge are denominateit 

in or near Water st. 



ERRATA. 

The reader is rt>quested to make the following; 
oorreotions. 

Page 9, name 1, for Chapel St., read Chapel 
HiU. 

Page 11, name 8, for Worthing st. Hamdton,read 
Worthing st. iMenimac corporation. 

Page 11, nam^' ]3, for Bascom jr., read Bascoim 
Jonatiianjr. 

Page 11, name 13, for house 3 village, read jNcS 
<?arp^t hiock. 

Pdgc 16, name 12, for Wood's building, read 
wooden buildings. 

For Pepper, in all cases read Pip^r. 

Page 18, name 14, for Chapel st. read Chapel Hill. 



BBLYIDERE DIRECTORY. 



m- 



Page 18, name 18, for corner, read on Church 
and Green sts. 

Page 18, name 19, for Bellorses, read bds B.. 
Moore's. 

Pago 20, name 2, read Cobum Samuel A. 

Pag. '^0, name 7, for Cobhet, rrad Corbhett. 

Page 21, name 7, for Beihuel Cross, read Bqthu- 
el T. Cross. 

Pagv 23, name 18, for house on Lowell St., read 
house on Lowell & Duttofi sts. 

For La wane, in all eases read Lawrence. 

Page 25, name 19, for coi-ner Lowell and Merri- 
niac St., read cellar iMcrriniac st. 

Page 26, name 1st, for Mr. Wjlie read Mrs. 
Wylie. 

Page 27, name 2, for Fellows Benjamin, reafi 
Fellows Benjamin F. 

Page 27, name 12, for Fitts John F., read Fitt» 
John L. ' 

Pag'e 28, name 5, for Fowler Richmond, read F. 
Richard. 

Page 28, name 15, for Merrimac St., read Cen- 
tral St., house J^Terrimac st. 

Page 29, name 1, for R., read Rev. 

Page 29, name 1(3, for Dr. read D. 

Page 30, name 23, for Hurd st., read Hamilton st. 

Pagi^ 32, name 5, for M. Law's, read Mrs. Law- 
rence', Belviderc. 

Page. 83, name 24, for rear, read Merrimac st. 

Page 35, name G, for Central st., Frye's building, 
read Cha{)el Hill, Fry's building. 

Page 35, name 2, for house No. 2 Prince St., read 
hous." No. 2 carpet l-ioek 

Page 37, name 7, for Knowles Jonathan, read 
Knowk\s John A. 

Page 37, name 20, for watchmaker, read water- 
man. 

Page 39, name 5, for Law J. read Low J, 
Page 40, name 4, for M. read ^Ir. 



90 SELVIDERE DIRECTORY. 

Pag'^ 4-?, name 1, for JM. Pti\.s'.n read Mrs. Fay- 

P-rii:r 5u, iiati.f 2, for Roi»l)iiis Isaac , read Rob- 
bins Jacoi.. 

Paa^ 50, name 5, for Rohhins, rrad Rollins. 

Pat- 'M, natnp 17, for S< aiy, r^aii Seavy. 

P>ii> iiS, nan^jeB, for Prinr J St., Hamiiion corpo- 
jcatio!,. ri a ' Piinct St., iMj-rri.mac corporaion. 

P;;:' o8, na»Mf 9, for Wad, read VS augh. 

Pf'U> 0, name 9, for Merrimac St., read Moor St. 

Page 66, name 9, for Mrs., read Miss. 



OMISSIONS. 

tiharles Hubbard, physic'an, b Central st. [The 

above name ouic!>t to have be<n inserted under 

th" l.*^ad of Phy«:icians ind Surgeons.] 
HaiTiin Davis, counting room. Central st., at Rail 

Road Bank. 
"William C.Gray, variety store. Central St., 4 [lam- 

iiu)ii Place, 1; Cliap<l Hill, Park' r's building, 
E ward Page, house wright, corner of Green and. 

G orge sts. 
Horatio W, Hastings, & 
Paul R. Gi orge. H. hds at Blake's Hotel, G. at 

Frye's lavf rn. Crockery and bard ware dealers^ 

Central st. 
^aron H. Saffbrd, dry goods, Merrimac si., seeDa- 

v':'>;on&S. 

Frati* is F. "o);d, attorney at law, office Hamiltoji 
buiidinj, Central st. 



AIIf]¥lIA£. ABVERTI8EK, 



A>'NEXEQ TO THE 



X.OVI^Isls DIRECTORY. 



{Cf^ The utility of this sheet and the benefit to 
be derived by the advertiser, will, we believe, be 
acknowledged by those who reject that the Direc- 
tory has an extensive circi^Iaticn, not only in thi?, 
but in the adjoining towns. An advertisement in- 
serted in it is exhibited longer to public view than 
through the medium of any other publication. 
This mode of advertising has met the approlsa^ion 
of bnsinev'iS men in the south, if we may be per- 
mitted to judge from the grear number of adver- 
tisements, their Directories contain. 



PUBLISHED BY BENJAMIN FLOYD, 

18S2. 



Ijowetl Annual ./Advertiser. 

W RREH DYAR, 

Central Street, 

KEEPS a complete assortment of CROCKE- 
RY. GLASS and CHINA WARE— Beautiful 
TEA an<! DllNING WARE, of the !a<est patP^rns 
and most dtsirable rojonry. GLASS LAMPS, 
WINES, TUMBLERS, &c. &c. 

50 setts of elegant CHINA, from $2,75 to 
$18,00. 

CHiNA and SSMI-CHINA PLATES, 

A large nnniber of CASTOf-S, vv fh cut and 
plane BOTTLES. KNIVES & FO?.KS, WA- 
TORS, SPOONS, and BRIT AN f. WARE. 

LOOKING GLASSES, and PICTURE frames, 
manufactured and sold, by wholesale and retail, at 
iJoston prices. 

CLOCKS and TIME PIECES, of brass, eight 
dav pjovements, set up and warranted correct time- 
keepci^. Prices from 9 to 25 dollars. 

Lowell, Dec. 18th, 1831. 

SB4&E HTOME. 



ISxAAC HOLDER, informs the inhabitants of 
Lowell and vicinitv, th«T he has on hand at his 
St.. re on Central Street, opposite Jackson Street, a 
lar;vp assortment of Ladies' and Gentlemen's Cus- 
tom Made 

BOOTS & SHOES, 

of snperier qK-ality, which he will sell very low 
for cash. Also he has thiun manufactured as usu- 
al, at short notice and in good si} !(•. 
' N, B. leo pairs of prime OLD RUBBER^. 



"Jbwdl Annual Advertiser, 

S. M. GALE & CO* 

KEE'^ constantly ibr sale, a general assortment of* 

IilON, STEEL & NAILS, 

jncludinrtJie following, viz: 

EngLi.~.h, Svveedc, Old Sable. 

New, do., American and Siioet Iron. 

Naylor & Co.'s Doiiiile Refined Cast. 

Halbach German, Common, do. 

.Swxle, Tub, American and English Blister 
StevA. 

Cut and Wrought Nails. 

AliSO — 

Waggon and Cart Wheel Boxes, Barr Shapes, 
Iron W^ire, Hoops, Plate, Rods, and other articles 
iisualiy found in an Iron store. 



L,01VEH. CLOTH STORE. 

hi the Rail Road Bank Buildyiig. 

Where may be found a most splendid assort* 
ment of German, French, English, and American, 
Superfine, Midiling and Low-priced BROAD- 
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, &c., all of which will 
be sold at the low'est Boston prices, by 

CHARLES SAxNDERSON. 



DRS. PILLSBURV & FELLOWS, 

Office in Charles Green's WuilHmg, dir -ctly op- 
posite ^Impn Adam's Store, Merrimac Square. 

JOH.V D. riLLSEURY, 
BENJAMIN F. FELLOW?^ 



Loriftll Annual Advertiser. 

HExNRY JOiNES BAXTER, 

FASHIONABLE TAILOR AND 

DRAPER, 

CENTRAL, CORNEH OF HURD STREET, AT RAIL ROAL 
BANK BUILDING. 

S. & T. P. GOODHUE, 

DEALERS IN 

DRY GOODS AND FEATHERS, 

CENTRAL STUKKT. 



BROAD CL.OTHS. 

F. 1 Ui.SuM ^ i- U. 

HAVE for sale, at vei-y low prices, a most ele- 
gant assortment of superfine BROAD CLOTHS, 
of f-very shade, of the most fasliionable and lasting- 
colors. 



Middling and low priced Cloths and Cassimei-es 
of all colors. Camblet, Plaid, Vestings, Shirtings, 
Sheetings, Linnens, Gloves, Hosiery, Bandanias, 
Choppas, Stocks, Cravats, Suspenders, Buttons, &c, 

&c. &c. 

TRosBY & Haskell's building, central street. 



Lowell Annual Jidvertiser. 

DANIEL M. KNIGHT, 

JVo. 21 Merrimac Street, 

Has now on hand, and will keep constantly foi- 
sale, a complete assortment of rich, staple, and 
iancy 

DRY GOODS, 

Among which, are superfine, middling, and low- 
priced BROAD CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, SAT- 
TIIVETTS, VESTINGS, &c. &cc. 

Also, a general assortment of Ready Madt 
CLOTHING. 

M. P. & D. KIMBALL, 

Central Street, Loivell, 

KEEPS a constant supply of English, French, 
and American 

DRY GOODS, 

Consisting of a general assortment of Silks, Super 
French and English Merinos, Plaids, Flannels, 
Cotton Cloths, Calicoes, Ciapes, Berrages, V^ails, 
English Thread Laces, Bwbinett Laces, VVrought 
Cambric Inserting and Edgings, elegant Ribbons, 
Hosiery and Gloves, Thibet and fancy Hdkfs, Me- 
rino Shawls, &CC. 

A general assortment of 

Bonnets, Caps, &c. €loaks and Dresses, prepared 
to meet the wishes of customers. 
3a 



JBoivell Annual AdvertiSii^. 

JAMES TOWER, 

Central Street^ 

KEEPS a variety of FOREIGN, and a grcjit 
variety of DOMESTIC GOODS. All kinds of 
trimmings for garments, of the best quality. A 
good assortment of Cloths, Cassimeres, Flannels, 
Vestings, Blankets, Bookings, Cotton Goods and 
Dark Silks — with a great variety of Gloves, Hosier 
ry, Cai-petjng, Trunks, &:c. 

ALSO — 

Clothing of all kinds, on hand, and made by or- 
d§r at siiort notice. Cloaks, Coats, Vests, Panta- 
loons, Shirts, Dickeys, &c. &c. 



HAZEN ELLIOT, 

JVo. 16 Merrimac Street, Lowell, 

KEEPS constantly on hand and for sale, evety 
description of Combs, Watches, Jewelry, Silver,. 
.Sih^er plated, Brittania Ware, and 

English and French Hair Work, such as Puffs, 
Curls, Frizetts, and bands of long Hair of everj' 
shade and quality. 

Silver and steel bowed SPECTACLES, with 
concave, convex, French grey, green and white 
glasses, suitable for all ages. And Manufactures 
all kinds of HORN COMBS, in a superior style, 
and sold wholesale and retail, at the lowest prices. 

SHELL COMBS, mended in the neatest manner. 

The highest price given foi' Shell, Old G «!d, and 
Silver. 

N. B. Watches, and Clocks, repaired as above., 
by an experienced workman, 



Lowell Annual Advertise?. 

BETHUELrT.CROSS^ 

AUCTIONEER, 

Lotuell Street. 

KEEPS a complete assortment of Crockerj', 
Class, and China Ware, Hard and Hollow Ware, 
Soap Stone and Cast Iron Furnaces, Tin aud Ja- 
panned Ware, Lamps, Time pieces, Looking Glass- 
es and furniture of all kinds. 

liive geese and sea fowl Feathers, Trunks, Shoes, 
Boots, Hars, Floor Hearth Dust, Paint, Shoe Cloth 
and Whitewash Brushes, Whips, Books, Stationa- 
ry, &c. 

A conplete assortment of READY MADE 
CLOTHING. 

ALPHEUS SMITH, 

At the Town House, Lowell^ 
Has for sale an extensive assortment of 

HARD WARE * OODS, 

and can supply housekeepers with cooking utensils 
and other articles in that line. 



Broad Cloths, Cassi meres, and Vestings, and all 
kinds of GENTLlfiMEN'S CLOTHING, made to 
order as above. 

A. S. is also agent for N. E. Crown, and Keene 
Glass Companies, and for Holmes' & Barnes' Whip 
Factory. 

He also manufactures all kinds of CARPEN- 
TERS' PLANES. 



ZtQWtll Annual Advertisefz 

SHEliMAN & FAY, 

Meirimac Square. 
A general assortment of first quality 

GROCERIES, 

spirituous liquors excepted, l^he prime JUiCE' 
OF THE GRAPE, warranted free from distilled 
spirits. 

—'ALSO — 

READY MADE CLOTHING, Gentlemen^s 
BOOTS andSHOKS, HARD WARE, &e. 

^ LAB AN TURNER, ^ 

HAIR CUTTER & DRESSER, 

Joining James 1hfler*s Store, Central Street, 

Where he would be pleased to wait on all who 
may favor him with their custom. 

N. B. Ladies' PUFFS and CURLS repaired. 
J^.lso — Raizors honed at the shortest notice. 

ALFRED DURANT, 

Merrimac Street, opposite Suffolk Corporation, 

KEEPS constantly on hand, a general assort 
4lient of 

CABINET FURNITURE, 

Viz : — Bureaus, Chairs, Beadsteads, Tables, &q. 
s(?ld as Uw as can be purchased in the place. 



LoiveU Annual Advertiso'- 

MANSUR, CHILD &: CO, 

BEALEnS IN 

CROCKERY, CHIMA5 ^L.ASI^^, 

AND 

HARB^VARE, 

TIN, SHEET IRON, STOVES, &C. &C. 

Central and Gorham Streets, Lowell, Mass. 

JOHN BENNET 1 , 

SURVEYOR OF LAND, 

IVater-Iieveler and Auctioneer^ 

Belvidere Village, Tewkshury , 

MANSION l-IOU.ii^5 

LOlf ELL, MASS. 

THE Subscriber would inform the public gene- 
rally, and his friends in particular, that he has takr 
en the Tavern Stand in Lowell, Mass., Known by 
the name of MANSION HOUSE, w!ier>; he will 
en<]eavor I)y personal, as well as puLciuai, attend- 
ance, to/iether with good ostlers, cooks, and other 
ataiidatits, to wait on his friends and all who may 
fa\ii iiun with their patronage, in such a manner 
as will give entire satisfaction. 

WM. BL.lXCH4Ji». 



5a 



iLowdl Annual Advertiser, ■- 
GENERAL 

INTELLIGENCE 

OFFICE. 



THE Subscriber respectfully informs the inha- 
bitants ot Lowell and vicinity that he has opened 
a GENERAL INTELLIGENCE OFFICE, in 
Lowell Street, near Frye's Tavern, where he 
will be happy to wait upon all who may call upon 
him f©r information respecting 

Houses, Stores, &c. registered to sell or let, 

Merchants wanting Clerks, 

Clerks wanting employ, 

Mechanics wanting journeymen or apprentices, 

Journeymen or Apprentices wanting employ, 

Men wanting Laborers, 

Laborers wanting employ, 

Families wanting Females, 

Females wanting employ. 

Stables wanting Ostlers, 

Men wanting employ in Stables, 

Taverners wanting Bar Tenders, 

Baarding houses wanting r.oarders, 

Boarders wanting situations, &c. &c. 

He will also artend to buying Wood, Hay, &c., 
for tl.o'^e to whom it is not convenient to attend 
the market. 

All business in Jiis line entrust«d to his care, 
•will be promptly atunded to. All favors grateful- 
ly received. 

ANDREW JAiMESON, 

ls.owelL Mass. Nov. 19, 183L 



JEiQweU Annical Mvertis^ 

NEW FIRM. 

T*'e Subscribers have formed a conne>ion \n 
busi ess, uuder ihefirm »f 

WILLIAM DAVIDSON, & CO. 

And offer for sale at the old stand, No, 14 Merri- 
mac Street, at the lowest cash prices, a general as- 
soittnent of 

i:]Ve£rI8II, FRETVCH, IIVDIA, 

ANB 

AlflERICAIV Ci©OI>S. 

WILLIAM DAVIDSON, 
AARON H. SAFFORD. 

FREDERICK B KINSLEY, 

COMMISSION STORE 

Jackson Street, near Central Street ^ 
KEEPS on hand a general assortment of 

Ready iflade Clothing:, 

Consisting of Coats, Pantaloons,. Vests, &c. 



Second Hand Clothes, 

Of all kinds bought, and sold at the lowest pric- 
es, with a variety of other articles. 

N. B. Gentlemen's Clothes Cleansed in the neat^ 
est manner, and freed from spots. 



Lowell Annual Advertistn. 

RICHARD FOWLER, 
HOUSE & SIGN PAINTER, 

Respectfully informs the inhabitants of Lowell 
and vicinity, that he continues to carry on the 
above business, in its various branches, at his shop 
in Hurd Street, near the Rail Road Bank, where 
he will be ha[»py to wait on all who may favor him 
with their custom. 

PLAIN and ORNAMENTAL SIGNS, of eve- 
j'y description, furnished at short notice. 

APOTHECARY'S WARE, neatlv ornamented. 

IMITATIO>JS of WOOD and MARBLE, done 
in modern style, &c. &c. 

R. F. keeps constantly on hand and for sale, a 
general assortment of PAINTS, dry or mixed, and 
prepared to suit purchasers. 

ALSO — 

Window Glass of every size, Japan and Copal 
Varnish, Oil, Spirits Turpentine, Putty, &c. &c. 

H. W. HASTINGS, & CO. 

Livingstones Buildings Central and Gorham Streets, 

DEALERS IN 

CROCKERY, CHI A, GLASS, & 
HARD WARE. 

P. S. Persons ensfaged in building, will find a 
good assortment of HOUSE TRIMMINGS, and 
mechanics, ^c. can always be supplied with the 
various kinds of FILES and TOOLS of first rate 
makers, at low prices. 



ijowetl Annual Advertistf. 

BOOKSTORE, BINDERY, ANB 
PRINTING OFFICE. 



MEACHAM & MATHEWSUN, 

.'N'n. 5 Union Buildings, Centrrl Street, 
KEEP constantly on hand a large assortment oi' 

BOOKS & STATIONARY, 

which thev offer at verj' low prices. 

Ruling sind HinLcliog^, 

executed in the est manner 

^1/ok aB«l Job Prmtiiig', 

•f every description, executed with despatch. 
Lotccd, Januari, 1832. 



DR. LA MOTT'S 
VEGETABLE COUGH PILLS. 

THE most valuable remedy that has ever beeu 
discovered for Colds, Coughs, Asthma, Difficulty 
of Brtjathing, Inflamatiou of the Lungs, Whoop- 
ing Cough, and all Pulmonary Affections. 

For sa!e, wholesale and retail, by the proprietors, 
E. A. WARD, Druffgist & Apothecary, Central St., 
Lowell, LEADER DAM, 29 Prince sr., Boston, 
and G. H. CARLTON and GEO. PIERCE, Low- 
el, and by Druggists generally. 



Lowell Annual Advertise, 
GLASS DOOR PLATES, 

A rich and beautiful anicle, in gold or silver 
ground ; which need no cleaning — t'urnisbed com- 
plete at a low price, by 

GEO. HEDRICK & CO., Central Street. 

DRY GOODS— CHEAP. 



THE Subscriber ofiers for sale at the lowest 
cash prices, a gen -ral assortment of 

At the store lately occupied by William C.Gray, 
under the Loweil Evangelist office, consisting of 
blue, black and olive Broad Cloths, Cassiineres, 
Sartinetts, Pef^rsham, Coating, Rob Roy, Tartan 
and C .mblet Plaids, Fianne*r and Surges, Merinos, 
Circiissians and Bombazetts, real red, Turkey red, 
French Prints, fine English and Am. . can lic, 
Tickings, hrown and bleached Sheenni{=r.nd Skirt- 
ings, colored Cambrics, superfine Mennw Shiwli, 
8-4 square, Thibet, Cassimere, Raw Siik, Vakncia 
and Corton, do., Thil et Handkerchiefs, Fancy, do. 
Merino, Worsced, Printed, Ranc.om and Cotton 
Hose, Gloves, Ribi ons, shell and horn Sombs, Lin- 
ens and Liu.^n l.awn. Pins, Xeedies, 6cc. Frfcn(?k 
Baskets, Battin^' and Wadding, Band Boxes, Shoes, 
and Paper hangings. Also — 

Ready .^laile tlolhiii^. 

X. B. With a great variety of 

^i^ILliS AA » FA:¥CY GOO©^, 

At low prices, by 

MOSES DAVIS, Central st., Lowell 



Loicdl AnmisJ. AavtrHser. 

GEO. HEDRICK& CO. 

MILITARY STANDARD. SIg:v 
A X D F A X C Y 

PAi:^TERS, 

Central Street, LoictUi nearly opposite .Mixer's 
Hotel 

ORNAMENTAL and PLAIN SIGNS ot every 
Je?cn prion. 

APOTHECARY'S WARE, neatlv ornamented. 

TIMEPIECE DIALS and GLASSES. 

*" '' '' DIALS, of every size furuishcd a' 
short notice. 

W.I and M.^RBLE TABLETS for Look- 
ii g 'riuf - -. A:c. 

C VSS DOOR PLATES, in Gold or Silver 
Ground. 

i , . - ion of WOOD and MARBLE. 

All orders punctually attended to. 



GEORGE H. CARLETOX, No. 1 Merrimac 
Stre •:. in the Town House, two doors west of the 
Post Otfiee, offers for sale a complete assortment ot 
DRUGS & MEDICINES. Physicians supplied 
on the most reasonable terms. Particular aineii- 
tien given to Physician's Proscriprions. Every ar- 
ticle used in preparing and compoundins shall al- 
ways bf the best the market affords. Medirinef 
put up for family use of the very best quality and 
at fair prices. Every article usually foim?! hi an 
apothecary' store may be tonnd here. Patent Med- 
icines of all kinds. le^'* BiH'om Pill's. Dean's 



tjowell ^l.inual Advertiser. 

Eheunia.ic Pills, La Mott's ©ough Pills, Com- 
pound CnJorine Tooth Wash, Vegetable pulmona- 
xy Ciilsam, King's Worm Syrup, Rocking Trusses, 
&c. &c. 

ALS© — 

A large assortment of PAINTS, OILS, and 
DYE STUFFS, COPAL VARNISH, NEAT'S 
FOOT OIL, PAINT BRUSHES, of all kinds. 

N. B. Medicines delivered at any time, day ov 
«ight. 

ALS© — 

Twenty three kin : of PATENT MEDICINE^ 

manufact.jred hy Leader Dam, Boston. 

VV. T. r .iway's medicines, prepared by Thomp- 
son K'.<: I: V Beston, Medicines prepared by the 
United Soc'e.y, called Shakers, Canterbury, N. H. 



FIRE AND ^VATER PROOF 

CEMENT, 

For the Preservalion orWoodea 
fiuildin^s. 

THE Subscriber informs his friends and the 
public, that he has inv( ntpd a Composition for the 
preservation of Wood against Fire. It is particu- 
larly calculated for the yoq[z and sides of Wooden 
Buildings. It expels the moisture, and renders the 
wood completely incombustible. It also renders it 
incapable r accumidating moss. It will bring 
shingtT's and clapboards flat that have become 
warped. It is applied hot, and when it becomes 
eold, it is as hard as any cement whatever. It is 
better calculated for old buildings than for new 
ones, as they consume more of the Composition. 
1} has been applied to a large number ef buildings 



Lotveli Annual AdvertistP, 

ill this and the adjoining towns, very much to tkc 
satisfaction of the evvners. 

(t/^ Letters Patent for " making, constructing", 
using, and vending to others to be used, ' :he above 
Cement, have been obtained by the ^ 'bscriber; 
and being unable, in consequence «f ill health and 
other circumstances, to answer the calls of tho 
public for said Cement, he is ready to sell, on 
terms advantageous to purchasers, the exclusive 
right of " mpking and using" the same, for towns.,' 
counties, or states, in any part of the Union. 

JAMES COBUilN- 

Dracut, Mass. JaaOfiary, 1832. 



P, H. WiLLARD, 

BEALER IN 

WEST INDIA GOODS AND 
GROCERIES, 

Hoboes Building, Lowc'l Street, 

KEEPS constantly on hand an ". for sale, a choice 
and selected assortment of 

WINES. 

Consisting of Old Brown Sherry, Old Madeirj^ 
Keal Oporto, Sicily Madeira, French do, Lisbon 
and Sweet Malaga. Also— CHAMPAGNE of the 
best brands. A general assoatment of TEx\S, 
the best chop, superior SPANISH CIGARS, and 
numerous other articles, usually kept in a W. L 
goods store, at prices which cannot fail to suit pur -^ 
chasers. 

Lowell, January, 1833. 



tiOioeU Annual Adv et-tiser. 

CARPENTER AND BELL 
HANGER. 

THE Subsbriber, grateful for all past e 

would say to his friends and customers, that h 
continues at his old stand where he will attend to 
Hanging and Repairing HOUSE BELLS, Making 
Mahogany and Cherry SASHES and SHOW 
CASES, and all kinds of CARPENTER WORK, 
in good stile, and at short notice. 

R. RUSSELL, Jackson sL, Lowell. 

\^ASHINGTOJ>^ HOTEL, 

Central, corner of Church Street. 



DANIEL MIXER, 

WOULD inform the public that he continues to 
keep a House of Entertainment, where good ac- 
commodations will be found, and hopes by atten- 
tion to make the stay of those who may favor him 
with their patronage from other towns, pleasant 
and agreable. 

R E M O V A I^. 



J. & M. SMITH have removed from Gorhatn 
Street to Tyler's building Central Street, to the 
store formerly occupied by George Flagg, where 
they offer for sale a general assortment of 

Consisting of Rich SILKS, Merino SHAWLS, 
BROAD CLOTHS, &c. &c. Cheap for Cash.. 
LowelU Jan. 1832. 



Lowell Annual Advertiser. 

HA T S. 

CHARLLS H. SHEAFE, 

A few doors east of the Lowell Bark, Merrimac st, 

KEEPS constantly on hand and for sale, whole- 
sal • or retail, an extensive aysortment of the most 
fpshionable yies of Gentlemen's and Youth's 
Beaver, common and low priced HATS. Fur, 
Seal, Otter and common CAPS. 

UMBRELLAS, GLOVES, FURS, &c. &c. 

Country traders can be supplied on the most fa- 
vorable terms. All orders prom{)tly and faithful- 
ly attended to. 



A Complete at-^ortment of Fall and Winter 
GOODS, Just received at J. PUTNEY'S, No. 13, 
Merraiiac Street, coiisjsting of 20 pieces Bioad- 
cloths, Cassimeres, Satinets, Flannels, Circassians, 
Mei-tnos, Scotch, Tartan and Camblet Plaids, 
Camblets, &c. Ready Made CLOAKS for ladies, 
all of Which vviil be sold cheaf) for cash. 

Together with a general »sortment of CROCK- 
ERY and GLASS WARE. 



JOHN A. LOW, 
EXCHANGE BROKER, 

Vmtral Street} corner af Jarkson Street. 



Lowell Annual Advertisffr 

D. iVI. HOYT, 
EXCHANGE BROKER^ 



TOWN HOUSE, LOWKLL. 



DANIEL W. STEVENS, 

AT THE 

SUFFOI^K HOUSE, 

Corner of Mcrrimac and Suffolk Streets ^ 

RESPECTFULLY informs his friends and the 
pubHc in gen ral, rhat he can accommodate Gen- 
tlemen with S> ) ARD, at fair prices, by the week 
or otherwise, as they may wish. And by attention 
will endeavor to meet the expectations of those 
who may favor him with their patronage. 

JOEL STONE, Jr. 

A.VB 

CROCKERY WARE, 

C0R:?TER OB LOWBJLL AN» BUTTON STREETS j 

LOWELL. 



twell Annual Advertise'. 



BRADFORD DRAKE, 

Mearimac Square, 

INFORMS the inhabitants of Lowell and vicin- 
ity, that ti-^ lias taken a sian^! on Merriinac square 
near A'iiinjs' stoit?, where iie vvil) kp*?[) 

of a,i kinds, and in good order, TO LET, and 
would sohi it a share of the Public palronaee. 

N. B. HORSES constantly FOR SALE, at the 
above nutiied place. 



i.OWEl^JL HOTEL, 

Gorham ^trtd^ nearly opposite the Hamilton and 
Appleton Mamifactory, 



The subscriber inr.Tnrjs his friends and the pub- 
lie that he continues to keep the above co'umodi 
ous .stabiishment, \vhi( h is Mtted up in ih. r>«^st 
majju; r, for trie accomniodatio.; of the it twlling 
public, a«jd pbdges himself ihat he will i-st,- every 
exertiot ;o accojnmo<!ate and please al' who may 
patroniZ'j his « -tfthlishnii nt. 

A. P. BLAKE. 
N. B. STM«^es depart from this house in various 
directions every day, and Livery Stable Horses 
\nd Carriages furnished at short Notice. 

2^ 



JLowell Annual Ailverti^r^ 

DANIEL SANDERSON, 
REAI. ESTATE BROKER^, 

CENTRAL STREET, 

Livingston's Building, J\o. 2. 



THE subscriber respectfully informs the inhabi- 
tants of Lowell and vicinity, that he has taken a 
store on Gorham Street, where he shall keep a ge- 
neral assoriment of 

among wliich are the following, viz : — Frizettes, 
Long bands of Hair, Puffs and Curls, Combs, all 
sizes, Cloih, Hair, and all other kind of Brushes, 
CUTLERY, PERFUMERY of »11 kinds, as 
Eau de Cologne,\vh!ch !S very good for head ache, 
Lavender, for preserving the hair, &c. Gro de 
Naples Silk, Ladies' H!<'s, Siiawls, gloves. Silk 
Stockings, Calico, Cambric, Flannels, Barage, Vails, 
>S'evving silk, of the best quality. Thread, Needles, 



CLOTHING READY MADE— Likewise the 
besi Spanish and Half Spanish CIGARS, whole- 
sale and retail articles of BRITANIA W ',RE, 
Gentlemen's HATS, Seal Skin TRUNKS of all 
sizes, and a riety of other articles. Sold at the 
lowi^st cash pricts, bv 

THEODORE FRONTIN. 

Orders left for Hair Work here will be punctu- 
ally attended to with great pleas«r§. 



Jbowell Annual Advertistn:. 

WAITT, TUFTS & CO, 
majYufacturebs a^td dealers lv 

BOOTS & SHOES 

OF ALL KINDS. 

AI.SO 

A General Assortment of 

BOOT AND SHOE STOCK^ 

Constantly for sale, at their stores in Central ana 
Suffolk Streets, under the 2d Methodist Chnrclj^ 
Lowell, Mass. 

WHOLESALE Sf RETAIL 
CONFECTIONARY STORE. 



THE Subscriber informs the inhabitants of* 
Lowell and vicinity, that he manufactures CON- 
FECTIONARIES of all kinds, and keeps con- 
stantly on hand, and for sale at his store, Menimac 
Street, near the Town House, a complete assort^ 
ment. * 



CAKES of all kinds made in the best raannef. 



SPI«ES, &c. of the best quality. 

Those who purchase to sell again, can be sup' 
pUed OD very reasonable terms. 
^ AMBROSE JONES. 

3b 



jLoweTl Annual Advertise. 

HORACE HOWARD, 
DESIGNER AND BUILDER OP 

.HOUSES5 

AMD 

Boards at Blakes* Hotel, Gorham Street. 

GEORGE W. EMERSON, 
EXCHANGE BROKER, 

5 doors north of Union Buildings. 

ADAMS & KENDALL, 

DEALERS IN 

CROCKERY, GLASS/ & HARD 
WARE, 

MERRIMAC SQUARE. 

January 16, 1833. 



tjOwell Annual Advertise 

BOOK STORE- 

Central Street, Sign of the LEDGER. 



OLIVER SHEPLE, jr. keeps a constant sup 'y 
of SCHOOL BOOKS, such as are used in tiiis 
town and vicinity, Bibles and Testaments of the 
different sizes, quality and prices — Common Prayer 
and Hymn Books of varisrus kinds, seltKted and 
arranged for the different denominations of Chris- 
tians. Also, Miscellan^^ous and Sunday School 
Books. 

Blank Books, Ledgers, Journals, Day Bocics, La- 
dies' Albums, Writing Books, Memorandums, and 
a variety of STATIONARY & CUTLERY, •• :ih 
almost every other article usually und in a store 
of this kind. 

*^* O. SHEPLE, jr. executes every description 
of Binding on the most reasonable terms. Particu- 
lar attention paid to re-binding old books. Neat- 
ness and despatch will be aimed at. 

. m^ 

GENERAL, STAGE HOUSE. 



THE Subscriber respectfully infoi'ms his friends 
-and tile public in general, that he continues to 
keep a HOUSE OF ENTERTAINMENT, hav-^ 
ing recently erected a new building, he trusts that 
those who may favor him wuh their patronage will 
have as good accommodations as at any other 
place, 

IRA FRYE, Central Street, LoivetL 

4^8 



Lowetl Annual Advertiser. 

JACOB PALMER, 
MERCHANT TAILrOR, 

MERRIMAC STREET, 

Opposite the Siiffhik Corporation, 

RESPECTFULLY gives^notice, that he came* 
on the above business in its various branches.— 
Everj garment shall be warranted to fit. 

A variety of Cloths, Cassimeres, Satmetts and 
Vestings, constantly on hand and for sale. 



All kinds of TRIMMINGS for sale. 

N. B. The Subscriber will be happy to wait om 
gentlemen where they may direct, for the purpose 
of taking the measure of Garments. Clothing 
will be sent to every part of the town. Every 
good coat shall be made by the best of journey- 
men tailors. Every order gratefully received. 



NOTICE. 

THE Subscriber respectfully informs his friends 
and the public, that he is agent to receive subscrip- 
tions for the following books, viz : 

Edwards on Revivals, a religious work highly 
recommended by eminent men, likewise Family 
Encyclopedia. 

ALSO — 

for each of the respective News Papers, printed in 
Lowell. 

BENJAMIN FLOYD, Chapel mil,Loxcell. 



Ijbwell Annual Advertiser, 

JOHN RICHARDSON, 
MERCHANT TAILOR^ 

JVb. 25 Merrimac Street, 

HAS constantlv on hand CLOTHS, CASSI- 
MEHES and VESTINGS. GARMENTS OF 
AI ■ KINDS, made iif fashionable style, and war- 
ranted to fit. 

T. M. KOUES, 

JV0.33 MERRIMAC STREET. 

KEEPS constantlv on hand a complete assort- 
ment of FOREIGN & DOMESTIC, STAPLE 
& FANCY 

DRY GOODS, 

For sale at the lowest market prices. 



AUGUSTUS HUNT, 

AT THE TOWN HOUSE, ©N MERRIMA© STREET. 

W. I. GOODS & GROCERIES^ 

Of the Best qualiti/. 

TEAS, &C. 

With a variety of other articles, usually found in 
stores of this kind. 

5b 



tjoivell Annual Advertiser. 

NEW GOODS. 

4j!t THE SIGN OF THE ANBIR^N, CENTRAL STREET* 



THE Subscriber having taken the store recently 
©ecu pied by King & Hutchinson, is now opening 
^a genoral assortment of 

KARD IV ARE AND CUTZ.ERV, 

Consistinff in part of English and American 
Hollow Ware, Cabinet Trimmings, Trimmings for 
Houses, Brass, Japanned and B'-itania wore. Me- 
chanics' Tools, of ahnost evei-y description. 

Brass and Common FIRE SET IS, Brass Ket- 
tles, Nails, Sheet Lead, &.c. &c. 

ALS«— 

Floor, Hearth, Dust, Paint, and Clothes Brushes. 

ALSO — 

A prime assortment of French, English and 
Americixn Broad Cloths, Cassimeres, Testings, Ho- 
siery, Gloves, fyc. Sfc. 

THOMAS FLINT. 

January, 1832. 

,e»^ — 

CEJVTRAL STREET 

TOY SHOP* 



THE Subscriber has on hand and keeps con- 
stants for sale, a great variety of TOYS, FAN- 
Cx ARTICLES, CONFECTIONARY, &c. at 
4He l«west cash prices. 

GEORGE NEWMAN. 



Lowell Annual Mv ertis^h 

GEORGE NEWMAN, 

Merrlmac. Street, next door to jP, Billing's Baokstmt, 

KEEPS constantly on hand and for sale, a com- 
plete assortmerd of 

TOYS, FAWCY AI8TI€I.,ES, &C. 

OF all kinds, sold at the lowest cash prices. 

PRINTING, 

Of every description, executed ivith neatness and de- 
spatch, at the LOWELL EVJiJVGELlST Of- 
fice, Central Street. 



Is published every Friday morning, at $1,00 per 
year, in advance, or $1,50 at the expiration of the 
year. 

This is decidedly the best paper in Lowell for 
Merchants to advertise their goods in, as there is 
more taken by the female community in this town, 
than of all the otlif r papers put together. There 
are one thousand copies printed weekly; 500 of 
"which are circidated in this town, and the greater 
part of the others in thf^ adjoining tovvns, and New- 
Hampshire. This is matter of fact — no mistake. 
JONATHAN OILMAN, 



Lbivell Annual Advertiser. 

ATKINSON'S 
FASHIONABLE HAT STORE^ 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, 

JVo. 1 Hamilton Buildings, opposite Fitje^s Grnercd 

Stage House. 

All orders for HATS, punctually attended to. 
Central Street, Lowell, December, 1832. 



THOMAS BILLINGS, 

ILNJi F XTBIiZSHSIl OF 

JOB PRINTING 

EXECUTED AGREEABLE TO ORDER. 

JVo. 11 Merrimac Street. 
FOR SALE BY DRUGGISTS GEJVERALLY, 

THE TWENTY-TWO KINDS OF 

PATENT MEDICINES, 

PREPARED BY LEADER DAM, 

2^ Prince Street, Boston. 

ALL of which are warranted to equal, if not to ex- 
cel, any medicines yet offered to the public fof 



ZinoeU Annual Advertiser. 

filmilar complaints. Parents and etbers will fiuii 

thesu arricl^•s to un»'-ver ; vviy I 'iiin; 

siejan, in ntosr cases, and save tf'oust t^i's oj ol- 

Jar-j "v -ry jear — rlirec* Ons accompa ying eveiy 

aiticle. 



1>R. JACKSON'S CORDIAI^ 

For the Gravel, Stranguary, liid Kiuuey Com- 
plaii:t, and a celebrated article for debilitated fe- 
males. — Price, 50 cents per bottle. 

I>R. MITCHELL'S CHILB LAIN SALVE 

This is a positive cnre, if used according to di- 
rections. Price, 37 1-2 cents i)er box. 

For all scrofulous complaints and impurities of 
tiicf !)lood. Price 1 dollar per bottle. 

Hr. B. Mittrecig-e's Fulsnofiilc 

For coughs, asthina, hooping cough, spit'.ing of 
blood, and puhnonary affections of every kind. 
Price 50 cnits })er bottle. 

GERMAN RMEUMATIC DROPS. 

This article has done wonders. When G.den's 
Restorative Elixir is taken every other night, it 
will cure a person entirely in ten davs, and fre- 
quently nauch'soonor. Price 1 dollar [>'~r hottlefor 
each, 

CREAM OP AMH^ER. 

This cosmetic is ho only articl • which has 
beeti able to ;4;ive sa-sfiction for yeat. . -nd if con- 
tinues to sell rapidly. Price 1 dollar per bottle. 



Loiodl Annual Advertiser, 

aiSRmikJtr ImTs or xrippzii: sa.XiVe, 

As t s article cures every person so rapidly, it 
ineeis v th a rapid sale. Price 37 1-2 cents per 
box. 

D U. G^iLIiSM-? il^TIS-SrSPSPTZC PII.Z^. 

3s cerruin cure tor dyspepsia. Price 1 dol.'at 
per box. 

BR. PATTSST'S 'Bl'LlEl SZ^ECTUAIlir 

AND OXHT3^S27T. 

The onl}'^ certain cure for every kind of the piles 
yet discovered. Price 1 dollar per set. 

PHUSSXAXr WASlf FOH WARTS. 

This article is worthy of notice, as it will cureaH 
warts on the hands in two weeks, if used ten times 
a day. Price 25 cents per bottle. 

BR. R AND AZ.Z.'§ TOOTH FOWBSR. 

Is the most p<=rtrct remedy for scurvy in the 
gums, and it givts a beautiful whiteness to the 
teeih, and prevents tiietn frouj dec'iyin^. Price 
37 1-2 cents per box. 

I>R. KJTi HEDGE'S OINTMENT, 

A positive cure for the itch, and many othey 
coMMiints. Price 50 cents per box. 

Of every description. 'i'his article has been 
tboroujf!».y tested. Price 50 cents per L'ox. 

TA.^a3, 

A surt 'emedy, and very pleasant to take. Pricle 
50 ceuis per bottle. 



Lowell Annual AdvertiseT'^ 

This, used with t'ie 1'. •, will cure the Salt 
Rheum. Price 1 Jollar '. .? .ox. 

DR. »3ZTCfI104JXi9S OR^ FZiJkSTER. 

This article, if used every ni^ht on a piece of 
wash Icrihe!', and the ccrn pored at the some time 
will cure ^ V y corn on the foot in two weeks. — • 
Price 37 l-*" • er;ts per box. 

GERMAN TOOTH ACHE DROPS. 

Is a celebra cJ article to destroy the nerve of a 
tooth, and ii,i?mediately stops a tooth from aching, 
if not ulcerate , :_ rice 37 12 cents oer bottle. 

A celebrated baJsaixi, for cougiis, consumptions, 
hooping cough, and pul= onary affections. Price 
1 dollar per bottle. 

BR. RIVERS? ^J"S!GK * A3r,E FOVTBERS, 

For the li^cr comp.i.lut. Price 50 cents per 
box. 

BR. GJ&. EN'S -aSTTIBIIilO'DrS FIZ.X.3 

Is the most celebrated physic ki own to sweeten 
the breath. Price 1 dollar per box. 

DR. ANDERSON'S EYE T^ATER. 

This article is known to surpass all others for 
weak and sore eyes. Price 25 cents per bottle. 

GERMAN HEADACHE POWDERS 

V.'ill cure r.ny person of :Je Lcaaache in a few 
minutes^ and the proprietor has sold, in two years. 



^wdl Jhinued Advertiser. 

ifteariy six thousand bottles of this article. Price 
97 1-2 cents per bottle. 

For sale in Lowell, by G. H. CARLETON, E. 
A. WARD, GEORGE PEIRCE, and MEACH- 
AM & MATTHEWSON. 



:B00T, shoe & HAT STORE, 



S. L. WILKINS, No. 22 Merrimac Street, keeps 
constantly for sale, an extensive assortment of 

manufactured to his order, and warranted to be 
equal in style and quality, to any in the market. 

600 pairs Prime INDIA RUBBERS, now iii 
storp, which will be sold by the quantity at the Bos- 
ton prices. 

Gentlemen's and youth's Fine Beaver Black and 
Drab 

H A T S^ 

Beaver and Common Nap't, do. 

Fiu'-Sea!, Otter, Nutra, Cloth and Hair Seal 
€!APS, regidarly received from the manufacturers, 
^nd offered on the most reasonable terms. 



On hand a large assortment French and Amerl- 
^Tin PAPER HANGINGS, with borders to match. 



Ol^ Our friends will please Accept our thanks* 
for their libera' patronage in advertising in the 
Directory, and excuse our making -'p thp sheet on 
different colored paper, as oiher c-Miicl not t.e ob- 
tained without retarding the progress of the work. 
BENJAMIN ILOYD. 



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