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Full text of "Manufacturing and mercantile resources of Indianapolis, Indiana : a review of its manufacturing, mercantile and general business interests, advantageous location, &c, to which is added a historical and statistical sketch of its rise and progress"

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REYNOLDS HISTORICAL 
GENEALOGY COLLECTION 



3 1833 02302 2467 



Part 11/", I^escarces ar^d Iridush-ics of Indiara. 



M anufacturing a nd Mercantile 



RESOURCES 



INDIA NA; i 

/'CFirn^ or /rs xr.-i^/uFJC7'[/m:S'a. a/i:rcajv^ '; 

T/Li: I C/SM/iKAL BL/SIjVESS IJVTrRBSTS. \ 

ADl'ANTAGnOUS LOCATION. &c. \ 

'1 

V. .'IICH li ADDED A HISTORICAL AKD STATISTICAi. PKETCii OF 1X3 i 

i 

RISE AND PROGRESS • i 



1883. 



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,1 ,''i;i 



City of Indiaiiapolis. 



By the trea 


V of St. Mar 




tt^T. 




n, CewtcT a 
lin, Perry a 


id V.'avne 
nd Dc-Jatu 

;Tid nuir.lK 

. ,; mile 


middle 
, south 

or Park 


eries; 

1 in""- 
■ the 
. the 



murdered t,v Iii,!i,in=. " 
The coiKUywas oro.ini;;ed bv an act of the 



The ne« s,cti!-i 






u'L'"'"'' l^y ^ P"so'>er and buriied in 1S33. It 
u'rt'w V-." ^''''^" I'Liilding east of the 



hip.. Laurence. Wa.iu;,;;^^ \ 



rather th'^n't 


.'..oiH. 


:i -.ired, and 
; '■■ ■'. ■'.: i..i-.-e been 


From a pe 


iod 10 or I 


years later than the 



,8 STATE OF INDIANA. 

L' Hancock Coui-iv Vyit-; on thv I'O.'Ji was ^ '^s set of Congress of April 



)i;tli < 



i.tci lov.nship, Btlm 



Until t 
the foil 



and West 



On I 



tisold In 



CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS. 



The first sale of lots was held on the loth 



departments of the city's instituti. 

and elements of growtli will be treated 

to mrJie each complete from its ' " 



FIRST DEPARTMENT, 



the'r. 



13 to iS6o the postoffice 



tl'ifs^bui'liin-i. ■^'tH, 
■ a year and sit as Ir 



STATK OF INDIANA. 



If may be a^ Proper 
crms. The Cj^; !-,t^ IV, 



Count V 
Court ■.! 

ofThc' 11 



SECOND DEPARTMENT— iS;;j. 



published tlie d:. 



on, the only si 
IS hnd. 


ccessfu 


Sundi_ 


paper the ci\y 


THF. Cen 


OR AND JOURN 


AL-1S.3. 


On the 7th 


Of Marc 


h, 1S.3 


a few weeks- 


;i^ bc-un, 'by 


r after 
Ma'rvev 

u;.d tb 


he first 
■«f/, the 
^ Gregg 

1 a 'di 


appearance of 
second paper 
and Doiia;lass 

-proportion of 
1 in the papers 



CITY OF INDIANAIOLIS. . 391 

In iS-M lol.n nouglass, who had been State , earlier the Sciitiiiel absorbed the Slatesman, 
Printer ht Co;Mlon, the tbrmor Capital, rmd started in iS^^o or thereabouts. The Journal 
1- , 1 ' , ■' . ■ -• :.■, tho r,;w o:w, si-xeodcd I built two !.ir"i;e houses for if; business the first 
Mr.Gro.;.;,":v, I .itIv in iS.^:; ciuniiicd tlie name j in ibMj, on the soi;thea,t corner ol Meridum 



I)ougla-s, 
Colonel Hi 
L. W. Has 



when John C. New, As-.i-! 



\.v E. "B. I enterprises promises to 
the latter !""°"".'?!,V^"'Vf'"^'!''y^, 



by Colonel William R. 
\^ ..{ the Journal, in 



t appeared in the 
December, 1869, 
Mr.Tohn H. Holli- 



«. iial has bon- 



STATE OF INDIANA. 



/, the Mill Stone, published b 
Marmon Machine Compaiix 



THIRD DEPARTMENT— 1S22. 



Il is needless to take a 



5unt of the papers 



The late General Dm 



orjjan of the Republican pait_% . The i 
Sportsman is a good paper of 'its class. 



the School ^01. 

/, T,i.„rance Ron 

Odd Fello-.vs 



CITY OF INnrAXAPOLIS. 



nd South Meridian, « 
1 veai-s, nnd is the lar 
■t bf the city. 



1 The hisi 



It was ! On tl 
ind had i free f 






STATE OF INDIANA. 



in the je:. 



April, ,>.; 
Ir.w, o;v . 
School I 



ofscho>-i 1 
School : till 



1231,407; the value of school "property, in- 
cluding books and furniture of the Library, 



FOURTH DEPARTMENT— 1823. 



1869, and succeeded bv thi 
I one of the finest in the c 
; corner of Meridian and 

iSj.^ Robert's Chapel 
1 northwest corner of Pe, 
' ket Sts., and was used 



and built the first church 



—Organized in July, 1S23, 



CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS 



Market Sts. in 1S4-, removed in 1S66 for the 1 South Tei 
journal building. A new edifice was biiilton ' '"' -' ^■-- 

the soi!tlK.v,-.t cornn-or Penn-..v'vn.r,!p. nn^ 



leold St. John's 

:"^r P-! 



e St., occupying a part of the 



McL'hin'', iSsi, au'.lic"- of 


'• Weslerr 


Advt 


ti.re," fo°r' four' or "five vcc 


rs, and . 


ow R 


Myron \V. Reed. Deech 


r's churc 


h edifi 


buitin iSi;9, \.as a fra :ie. 


IT w r<;c;o 





igrega- 
. The- 



churches in 
L.H.James 
for some ve? 
and David 
best known. 


this^n:.^ : 
Valk, the pr 


Catholjc 

that time re 
Jer Catholi 
stationed a 


S._0'i;nni..L 

^,Iar^;- ■ 


IJ^icquelin. 
built on the 
West St., an 
Cross.'' In 
Georgia S 
•^'Episcopal 


In'i '; .•■ 

dcalir,; • 
1S50 >■ - 


Ma'rv"-"VV 




\r\l\S'J \ , 




ot "School 


/" 'Tn" i^< 






STATE OK INDIANA. 



Public Charities.— The "Citv Ho?piia1," 
j started by a small-pox alarm in 1S5::, finished 



i-ed, and i "Hon.c 



..J IM',S. Thevhnv 



Druids 

lodges, 
KniKhls 



: lodijes, , 
e Hebrew 
i the I. 



I. O. B. B. have 
3. B. M. three. 

hn%e ten lodc;es 



bank of Pleasant Rii 
■was ojiened in li^oo. 

Hebrew.— Contains three acrt 
opened in iS.s6; directly north of tl 
Cemetery. 

Ll'thkr.\n. — Contains 10 acre? 
Pleasant Run. Opened in 1S70 bv 

.St. Paul's German Lutheran Ch 



a half n 
Cemeter 



and e 



—Reserved, when t 



finish f ! ■ 








Convc,'.': 








Tennes-.e 








£ello«s h 








ner of W 


ashii 




and 1 


built first 




I.d 


"dicated 


rebuilt in 


S6S. 






VOLIN-I 




As 




olent Soci 






con ■ . > 



sWvanfa Sts.,|siver 
S56 and partly fenct. 



. Tark— Con'. • 



FIFTH DEPARTMENT— 1S32. 



CITY OF INl 


JIANAPOL18. 397 




1 • : ' aid filled bv hand pumps or 




;, ,; . .-.;Jbvst«,n engine. Now 




1. on about 100 of these cis- 




V,. .,, ,:, ; xs.'.KT works and hydrants, 


.^v." Change J 




t's death. 






and 107 :' 1 • , ■ .'1 with its special 


T--1S32. 


number 0. .:■ . ^ .1 numbers. 




Silif.-Li J..UKUVEMENTS. 




Until 1S35 the ttrtet^ were country roads, 


'lir'^lvom 


winding around stumps and mud holes from 


one; side to another, frequently between lines 




of worm fence.-, and with no suggestion of side 




walks, except in patches. About the year 1S3S 
the National Government completed the ex- 






tension ef the Cumberland roid through the 




tuwn alon^ Washington St. and mneadnmized 








1 ; , r -'■ -.■, ^..mdoned for want of appro- 




: , ,, , 1 ,, ,u,d the town was left with a 




^ :, '. ■ r,f unemployed road hands, 




. :, : :;. .s troublesome as "road 




: •, !' ■,• name of the "chain 




■ . iliment of the first 








.' V: ■' . \:':::'-.;d, andin XS41 a 




:-..■',.■ . ,,;i,,,.s Wood, was employed 




: .._ ^ ., m; i;,,.des and drains and other 



.ir,but was not largely 






il the i: 



of the city at the organization of liie lirst city 
goyernment. in 1S47 was $i,coo,ooo, in 1S71 k 
was $30,ocx5,ooo, and in iSSi it. was $52,coo,- 
oro. The population of the city in 1S47 was 
about $6,000; in 1850, 8,071; in 1S60, :S,6ri; 
in 1S70, 48,244; in iSSo, 75,074; in 1SS2 esti- 
mated at $So,ooo. 



th Mav 

.•'.at anything substantial was 
-il.eme was measurably fol- 
-,. : a;. I :. -li^cd badly. His idea was to 
gi.idc tnc sun.tcc of the city, with a regular 
inclined plane sloping from the northeast to 
the river, and run the drainage oft" in E;utters. 
The eflect of the plan was seen in some street 
f;rade stakes at the north end nearly as high 



ral 61 



;e of the 



in,S35, u' 


■■: ;;,■ iV^ 






half the en 






city would pay 


the other 1 


alf, take c-Ir 


e of the 


"machine" nnd 


work it. The propos 




6 accepted, the 


engine, cal 


ed the "M 




as brought here 


in tcvT- 




'."■.'• -''^'''' 


,and continued 


theintr. , 






es snd paid fire- 
rs of volunteer 


fireserM,- 






ozen companies 


formed an 




out;Ut and did a.i good 








where, but mu.i- 




t equal to s 




d the paid steam 




was adopted bv th 


e Council in the 


fall of iSs 


and fully 


stablish 


ed in i860. In 


IS5S the el 


ectric teleg 


raph ab 


rm system was 


introduced 


Prior to 


1850 th 


e dependence of 


theenL'i.ie 


for vater 




.rivate wells and 


the creek 




About 


hat time public 


wells were 


sunk, and 




he first fire cis- 



BouLDEKiNC— In 1859 the Washington St. 
macadamizing, being badly worn, was re- 
placed bv a boulder pavement from Illinois to 
Meridian St. In 1S60 the work covered the 
street from Mississippi to Alabama, from the 
west side of the State House to the east side of 

Wooden lii.ocK Pavements.— In the sum- 
mer of 1S70 Delaware St. was laid wiih the 
"Nicholson" wooden block pavement from 
Washington to North. Subsequently Market 
St. for one square west of Delawa're, North 
Meridian, South IlHnois from South to Wash- 
ington St., and North Tennessee were paved 
in the same way. It is an admirable pave- 

than a countrv road. One of the wooden 



1 rcpai] 



,r repla. 



meiit with cedar blocks. 

Gas Lights.— The Indianapolis Gas Light 
and Coke Company was chartered in February, 
1S51. The works were made ready for u<e in 
Dece^nber, iSc;i, and gas first beamed on 



STATE OF INDIANA. 



1 St. January loth, 1S52. Wash 
was liglitec! for a square east of 
llic fill of 1853. Graduallj the 



■s and stable 
o feet square 
f.nd Louiii- 



-In 1S65 the first £ 



I implies, is a body of watchmen paid bv 

j business men along their "beats," but g 

I police power by the city. 

I SIXTH DEPARTMENT— 1S37. 

' TiinATRFs.— The first dramatic e^:ll•b 



long way olT fSr'action. 


Washin^'ton and Tennessee S 


ts. In the t 


Street R.mlways.— There was considera- 


of iS6S'Mr. Butsch completed 


an incomple 


ble contest between rival companies for a 


block on the south-east corner 


of Illinois a 


street railwav charter in 186:;, but it was 


Ohio Sts., and opened it as a 


theatre call 


finally given to the "Citizens' Companv" Jan- 
uai V iS, 1S64, on condition of com"ple"ting 


the "Academy of Music." Th 


is was burn 


in 1S76. In 1S7S the "Grand 


Opera Hous 


three miles bv October i of that vear, two 


was opened in the interior of 


he Martinda 


miles in 1S65 and two more in iM/," or <.-ven 


Block, with a passage to Pe 






and about three vears ayo ■■: 




iSWj. The first car ran Ir..!.. ■ ; : ■ 1 ' ..J 


House," in the interior ot i 




up Illinois St. to Washing- :', ' 

The lines now extend to M., i.i, ■ •: ,.%r- 


ing one quarter of Circle ^■ 
largest and finest dramaii.- ■ 




nue at the Bee Line Depot, the Insane Asy- 


West, was opened. Bcm>1- 




lum, to the stock yards, to the upper end of 


several minor theatrical sh.i > 




West St., and Blake St. and Indiana Avenue, 


species, as tlie "Zoo" and "^ 




to the lower end of Meridian St., at Morris 


Sara Bernhardt plaved on, , 




St., to the Fair Grounds, containing in all 


in iSSo, and Gerster'and PaLl, ; 




about 20 miles of track, over 60 cars, 200 


since. 





CITV OF INDIANAPOLIS. 



SEVENTH DEPARTxMENT— 1S31 



I Lafavctte Road as the 1. C. & L. Recently 
it has been chan-ed, and is now the I. C. St. 
I L. .>;: C. Leadinij man H. C. Lord. 



ipor- die." Leading men San 
)und j S. Nev^•man. ^ 



l::u: :,;: Ji, Chicin- 
<ing the "Pan Han- 
:i liannah and John 



Ihi-eo 1 
Some 



industrial and c 



idated with the Cincinnati .S: Hamilton 
I development. Leading man John Ro.t J. ' I,eading men Caleb B. Smith, Samuel 
j \V. Parkf- and Jouathaii M. Ridcuc.ur. 



Terre 1 
in iS+6, su, 
work begur 



taking but 



I. D. .\: S 

— This'lin'e w 
"Illinois .V I 



STATE OF INDIANA. 



;ction. Cheap si 
ir the location of r 
5TATION-.— Asalre 



idy noticed, In- 



mo 


.ve pow« 


rar 


e close, 


ab 


ing 


The s 


ate 


s coal fi 


Id 




vhole art 


a, n 


early 7,c 




it is 


entered 


by 


five ra 


ro 



1S76, :; 



on Depot! 
•eight cars 



Although infested 
;s infancy, the citv 
n as other towns 'sin 



re.iched by r 



lis 15 equal to the capacity 1 
of 1,000 tons each, and that is 
3 equal to iS i.oco-ton ships, 
in the state but three can be 
Iro.'d from the Capital. An ex- 
nrd of the I. B. .S; W. road is 
'elL'd, and a road northward 



neither small-pox, 1 
has a large and well 1 



EIGHTH DEPARTMENT— 1S47. 



ble. Consequently there can 
high prices for good manufacti 
constantly exacted in localiti 



li'.road conveyance I plie 






" 1 "^^ 'r 



^ 



ITY OF IXniANAPOIJS. 



TKXTM nFP.x^llvT' yi - 1S31. 



biiildip 
begmn 



liad o;..!-. 



i^hcJ unt,,^.,;.,^ ; 
other hands, I'bou 


. i;. ..■.:c. i:.. . ,a>.ed into 
' iS-7. In i?j;3 Nicholas 


McCartv raised h 


mp on his farm on the west 


Mde of the river a 


nd manufactured it for four 


or five years, b-jt 


t did not pav. About the 


!-anie time Youn> 


ic Pottage, hardware deal- 


trs, had carpenter 


' planes made by J.J. Nash 


-an indusirv ne 


er rene«-ed. In .S3, Wm- 


Spears, a Scdtchn- 


an, began the first stone cut- 



■1 Sheet; began the 



ieled c 



; is the oldest of the 

;. The first r^tte'mpt 
Milytl 



arge a 



e for 



s made br James Brad- 
ley, now, of Johnson County, in 1S35. He 
bought slaughtered hogs of 'farmers, and cut 
and packed them in an abandoned pottery 
shop on the site of the present Clumber of 
Commerce. Nothing further was attempted 
for about five years, when Mr. John H. 
Wright, of Richmond, came here and opened 
a dry goods store, and began buying slaugh- 
tered hogs of farmers for drv goods, packing 
them in an old blacksmith shop on the north- 
west corner of Maryland and Meridian Sts., 
ipping them off by flat-boats during the 



head of the "i 
ried it on si 
prohablv. T' 
•iwhik.'but 
Tobacco was 
■^■f this first er 

firsTbre^tlr" 



sprmg 



He 



e Jcr 



was jom. 
iah Mar 



t father 



rapidlv. 
ler, and 



STATE OF INDIANA. 



rirties i 1S35 and quit. In that 
gw.is established a tbundrv o 



.r Robert Underhi!! 



irjhas en 
otherwi*. 

ket for h 



f this important 

tile "r.nara o( Tr 



Thi, \ 
i7.ed, %m;i I 
ital valuL- <ji 
XI, and the a 



The first attempt at tlie m; 
Jvere was made about three 
the first attempt at pork pat- 



7,000 worth of produc 
I and ^6 hands. E 



CITY OF IX])lAXAPOLIS. 



: fi:et By wagon. Of these 



showing 


a r 


apid 




e of 


the 


wal 


ut 


growth 


of the St 




In 


ss' 


the 




ipts 




lumber 




,902 






but 






pts 


of logs 


are repor 
proportic 


ted 


and 


nu 


. ' T 


lere 


'c" 


adt 
b 


of the 
e little 



! be far otT. 

i : A very large addition to this class of mate- 

, ; rial and" products has been made within two 

, ! or three years by the Standard Oil Stave 

. i Factory, employing 125 hands, ; ' 



tiiectured 
V enough 
3n of the 



said I 



e of 



sent Eas 


to 'be 


tini 


,hed in 


is, the ca 


r work 




ve been 


he sum 




'iSSi, and 


to rx» h 


ands 


and 


have a 


ploy men 


tof I, 


300. 


What 



not till the opening of railwa' 
ir.r.dc it 'o V We had a flourii 



STATE Ot 


INDIANA. 


niil here on 


among the newest. As early as 1S35 one 
L. Young established a brewery on Mar\ 
St, betweon the line of the comint; canal 
V." • --;■ , s . ui, side, and maintained it 
: iS_|:;. He was succeeded 
■ ■■ ' , iul Liter bv Mr. Meikel. Ir 
■ r , )..fd and 'torn down. Mr. 



■t of tl 



itv after 



to. 7,7> 



of corn ^,<•re 


i2.647,o< 


X. at th 


e average price 


of that VL.:r % 






The 




Of flour t:,.' '. 








"In iSSo 


the tof.u ' 






'.■i\ 


f Trade 












Addin';-.', .' 








natedt; 


2,.SOO,(XA), i:.<:- 










Ihe total prod 




,..S250 


00c. bar- 


rels, a gain 




50,000 barrels 


oyer the 


year before. 


n iss; 


there w 


IS a dec 




the receipts 


f nearly 


4,089,5 


J3 bushels: the 




the cou 


ntry bei 


ig shor 


t. That 


ofThif.ttie' 


ell off I 




bushe 


s. The 




fell off 


11,129 b 


rrels f 


rom the 




Ml grai 




reduced 


■with the redu 


tionof 


the crop 






The total m 


llingca 


pacity 


the cit 






rrels a c 


ay. In 


additio 


n to the 


manufacture c 


f whea 


flour, a 


large 




is done in the 


raanufa 


ture of c 




ir, hom- 


iny and grist. 


There 


are thr 


ee mill 


s in the 


city applied ex 


clusivel 


y to this 


class of 


milling. 


One of them h 


as been 


erected 


mce th 


e spring. 


Each of these 


has a 


apacity 


for 500 




bushels of cor 


1 a day 


The product 


in 'I'SSI, 


was i-',ocx> b 


irrels 


f meal 


and CO 




2 2,rjGO barrels 




and gris 




,500,000 


pounds of feed. 








The produc 


of bre% 


veries m 


ght ha 


ye been 


properly cour 


ted wit 


h f:Our 


and gr 


lin pro- 



leaving the Maryland St. old brew 
tinued it until his dealh. Frank Wright bega 
and maintained for several vears an al 
brewery on or near the site of the large Mau 
lager tjeer brewor\, ..; c;,. :\u'.l- the \va 



iienced c 



rlici 
e both 









1S73, by the Board of Trade report,\v 
000, wi'th a capital of $125,000 and 45 hands. 
In iSSo, the last report that has been m " 
published, the value of the beer produc 
$477,000 and the number of the hand 
ployed 74. The production now is over 



'^I 


3aking and 


brewing' 


have been twin 


dus 


ries, as f^ir 


as popula 


association and 




urc could 


make th 




iinn 


emorial. 


So a br 


ef statement of 


bak 


ecf here as 


s will be . 


s appropriately c 




anywhere 


Bakeries are 


inst 


tutions her 


e, but baking as a manufact 



upply a commercial as well a 
demand, is the growth of the time during and 
since the war, mainly, and belongs to the sec- 
ond period of the city's industrial history. In 
1S73 "^s business employed 90 men and' $44,- 
500 of capital and produced $302,700 value c.f 
bread, crackers, cake and other like product*. 
In iSSo there were 26 establishments, employ- 
ing 169 men and giving $404,371 worth of pro- 
duct. There is no need to enlarge on the 
obvious production from these comparisons. 
The steady advance ot all the classes of mdus- 
tries cited', embracing all the leading ones of 
the city, is a lesson plain enough for the "way- 



As important as this brancii of 

sumed proportional prominence here 
is too important to be passed into tl 



In iS39Scuddcri: h 



CITY OF INIJIAXAPOLIS. 



u here the 
■r.cn called 
.riTUroth. 



no decline 



iSSo— we have returns f 
employed 306 hand? in 31 
$3^4,000 worth of work. 



ensive. 


ndustry 


other 
.nndp 


odoced 



hands. Thee 
Trade report, 



jt doubt, 
e would 
mploycd 



Like all other < 
printing of all ki;: 
paper establishu;. 



This 



f the 



J if>;20,OCX5 of oils 



f the indus 



nded from old-fash 
work to commercial mat;nitude and uses. In 
1873 its product was $'737,000, with $190,000 
capital and 301 hands. In iSSo there were 2S 
establishments, with 403 hands and a product 
of $778,000. 

In early times stone-cutters here were con- 



reports have ever been made, even bv tl 
Board of Trade, but some idea of its inagr 
tude and importance may be obtained from tl 
census report of 1S80, where it appears th 
"printing and publishi;ig'' occupied 25 esta 

-a value of product of' $726,857. ' 
icture ol paper, a 



ated industry, v 
iiheets, on the re 
ket St. cros-r,,. 
the canal tl 



rom Broad Ripple to ms 
was mamtained by him for many yi 
iiection with a job printing establlsl 
bmdery. A wrapping-paper mill i 
'n 1864 by Gay \- Bradcn on the ca 
but it has' gone down since, and the 
ufactory of pa ' ' ' 

and durable c 
lished bv McI. 
Jiroduct'of th's 



: bv 'Wil 
nal'at the: 



This, liket 
" It within a 



n the 



of SauUburv Ov Co.," 
; & Mclntyre in 1S63. 



and better set of harne 

than used to be sold for $25, i 

the advance in the costof leatli 



become a sort o 
an be sold for Sl( 



uct was $iS4.ooc 
ands. In iSbo it: 
109 hands, in 11 



STATE OF INDIANA. 



pumps, trunks, stencils, vinegar, awnings and 
2,oii liauds, and produced $3,044, 7CO. 



to nil parts of the v.orld. 
pears since that of the Bc.:i 
when the product is give 
$25,000 capital and 67 han 



The total amount of manufactures produced 
here in 1873 was $28,012,740, with a capital of 

I $11,076,000, and the enipl^^ n.t.MU ot s.17^ 
j hands. In iSSo tl-c ; :• 'J'-.C-- :,;:;■■, '" . ■ :r.;J. 
product of the (in ■ - ■> , . ' ■ ■- 

I ber of hands 14.4 -- , ■, : :. 



V\-ithin a vcar the Brush Electric Li-lit 
Company ha've established a branch in tlii- 
chy, and' are lighting rnanv business houses. 

Another recent manulacture of -considerable 
importance is that ot encaustic tiles, employ- 
ing ,o or 60 hands, and producing work equal 
to any in the \vorld of an annual value of 



agi-K 



In the value of products this is one of the 
establishment?, eripIoyiiig4: hands, producing 



facture of ferlili; 
packing houses 



Besides the manufactories above < 
there are, according to the census 
such as belting, ^as and coke, gre. 



It thi< < 



and tVequcntly used. 

Within a year fourteen new manufactories, 
have been started or enlarged, which will 
emplov 1, 200 hands, and produce probably 
$4,o<io",ooo of value of work. 

In the following series of brief descriptive- 
articles, to -which the attention of the reader 
is particularly directed, will be found a large 
an-iount of useful and practical information ot 
the highest value. Through the medium of 
careful and competent repo?ters a detailed re- 



w of tl 

;sts of Indianapolis has 

hing the objects of thi^ \ 



Iirt 



othe 



Fro 



,vill be imparted . ; .. . 
the Commercial and Manui.a.t-. .,,< 1 ... 
of this city— its advantages a^ a market f. 

f supplies — its opulent and e 



In this line of work— one of the oldest 
the city and the w-orld — lliere are 32 shops, 
emploving^o hands, producing $ioij,ooo \vc 
of work. 



CITY OF IXDIAXAI'OLIS. 



TERN MACHINE WORKS, 
iiNKER, Davis & Co., Pkopr.'s; ( 

N-n Wov.KS, loi JO 149 SOVTH 



> GEORGE MERRITl' i: CO., 

, bolt j Thc-i m! li^hed in 1S55 by 

shop, , MeiTittA ' ■ ;. i-ieinto the posses- 



STATE OF IXDIAXA. 



at Canstadt in 1850. When bn' 
s Old he was brought br his parei 
country and his home estabh'--h 



CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS. 



of the finest business blocks in tliis city, of, library, containing a large number of volumes, 
which this house occupies the basement," tir.st I Professors Roberts and Shortridge's private 
and secovid f..-- ■! -,eich .(OxiM feet, witli .Inelv | oftice, intermediate department, painting room, 
arrar ;evl > i' :rrv , ,fl". ,-4 in thr- r.>-ir Tl-e rlrv't : Professor Robert's private parlor, bath rooms, 
and LC- i ; . : •. J i'; A I.' ii.. ; ; ix etc. On the third floor is a hall 32x7, feet, 

ta^e, etc. 



: The 



; all 1 



, spacK 



nd V 



Jt-partment of trade. 

ROBERT.S & SHORTRIDGE'S 
ACADEMY. - 

No. 200 North Meridi.vn St. 
This acadcinv. IccUcd in one of tlie rt 



as first President < 



MERCHANTS' NATIONAL BANK 
INDIANAPOLIS, 
V.-\N-CE Block. 



school purposes and the r. 
dence of Profe-or Rol;e: 
the first floor i- t'.. 



STATE or ] 



which are to-cav m use in every c 
aiiti hamlft iVoin the Atlantic she 
Tacific sIo;ies nv.d from the Xorther 
the Gulf of M,-x.i,o At th- n,, 



■e a three story brick- 
:cupie(.i for the trans- 



since the cor 


ipletion of hi~ educa 


held a poMtio 


in this bank. The M 


National Han 


k bv its able mana;;en 


judicious bus 


ne- policy ha. taken 


nent position 


unong the fiduciary ins 


of the West. 





FAIRBANKS i: CO., 

ST.VNnAr.DSc..VLF.S,E- 

Probably no invention. 



.\ force 


of 27 


assistants 


oction 


vith th 


s omce. 


d a 


full \u 


e of the 




ot thee 


elebrated 


■ ■. !!,;, 


house. 


together 



CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS 
ba>;ki?jg x:ssxi-ri-'rior>;!ri. , i- 



Ovei- half a century ago the founders ofthi,- 
hank, Mr. Calvin Fletcher and Mr. Thomn- 



: . . i>:Ln'ttfv thern with 

.VMS PACKING COMPANY, 

Mince Meat, Fi!.rn-Bi.-TTEK.s, Jellies, 

Preserves, etc., Nos. 6o, 6j, 64 .^.nu 66 



.gating more than $1. 
occupied at the above named loi 
.aground spare or 8ov--- •■ - - 



STATE OF IXDIANA. 
The prei 



iged for about ten years and accumulp.!.:>! I 
insiderahle means, which he subsjqueniiv ji 
St by endor&irv.; for others, coTr.pellinir !.i 1; ? 



i 




.ETNA LIFE INSURANCE, 



CITY OF IX 1 

e"',-,.; ' ■■ , ' ■- ., ' . ,;"l!om the 

,1 ,,. , — , •■ ■. c Mutual 

111 Ji. L.. ci.i > .!•. -ii:J i:.u -l^liia Life 
ance Coinrniy of Kartf-rd, Conn., o 

lives of the different methods of insui 

COST OF $1,000— Compared. 

MASONIC MUTUAL BENEFIT. 

[See annual report, Page y] 



n Indianapolis for more than a quarter of a. 
:entury. Mr. Clifton, manager in chief of the 
ndianV.polis oftice, is a native of this state, 
vhere he was born in 1S4S. The companv's 
iffice is located in Talhott I!lock,cor. Peiinsvl- 
-■ania and Market Sts. 

CITIZENS' NATIONAL liANK OF • 



•' 41 "4S. 
" 4S " 55 ■ 
Cost per $i,c 



.£TNA LIFE. 
? Term, Reni:\v..\u; 
loiintor Ca>h 



; I'l-AN. 



2. After V 
are a,ses>ed V 

3. If you 



9S 80. ... 23 S9 



r death the living members 

.i is forfeited. 

luch, the old not 



i pa.v 



I \o r 


pren 




Mon 


V in 


bank : 


t t reb tt 


dela 


3 Nont 


forfe 


itable" 


4 1-ach 


pay 


for 


5' Over 


$27 


000,00 


( 0^cr 


Co ye 


arsof 


Lc^ 




i-;oh 


S it 




orgar 


lU 1 t 


na h 




end n^o er r 


lore t 



general L.aus, ui-....ui 






collection;., letters ot c 






a general banking bu 






pertaining to legitimat 






cial character, with 






prinoipal metropolitan 


cities of 




officers of the Citizen 


s' Natic 




B. Yandes, President. 


and Ge 


orge W. Jol 



dier in the Fourth Indiana Battery, and w 
that command participated in the battles 
Corinth, Perrysvillc, Stone River, Mi^s 



lU STATE OF INDIANA. 

.VOODBURN "SARVEX WHEEL" CO., I sales to: ■ ; 



i» hed $600,000, 
-3 will witness e 



[ CURTIS PUBLISHING COMPANY, 
I Plblishers of Rei.i.\hle St.\ni).> 

W„RKS, Ol KICL, 12 V.\NCi: r.M.CK. 



tion tc 


this the spok 


form 


1 solid arch 01 


face 


■ the spoke is 


perfec 




flan ye 


made ot" cho 


fitted 





; United States, . 



M h\ Pi^^mjX'' f 1 



16307^6 












-\^.T 



STATE OF INDIANA. 



FIRST NATIONAL BANK, 



ilifj him. Mr. J. C. Mc- 
is a native of Newherg. 
to accepting: hi* present 



The or 
limitat: 
charter 



nch, President; J. C. McC 



Ijams.o: : 
of A. L, \'. 
of Murphv 
Johnston, c 
F. Tuttle, 

Geor.L;.:!..-,'^ 
literary . ' 



, of Conduitt 


ited citizens, ever {.■:. 




,-f Indiana- 


prosecution and pron 




:':.t: E. F. 


wliich promise to adva 




• r; W. P. 


city and state and th 


e p;:S' 


A L, Wright, 
1. P. Shipp, 


Allred Harrison is a n 




and was born in 1S02. 


He ii ;^ .c 




state since 1S12 and fir 


St settled r.t I:. 


ry goods ; B. 


where he resided until 




commission 


he has been promine 


itiv identified 



CITY Ol' JNDIAX.^POLIS. 



i;lR PLOW COMPANY, 
C. G. Root, Maxa(;kr; N 



I demand upon theii- resources a stock company 
I was formed in 1867 and incorporated under 
' I the laws of tlie state of Illinois with am- 
I pie means and Mr W S. Wri- ■•.::■ .-'.•.-cd 

- i President. The t. -,:,. ~ ; ; ■ 1 ' .1, 

- the firm continii.- -. " ' ■ • ■ ! v" 
= I to plows and cul:i'. . -■ > ' 'd 

year, when, as a -; : • • ^ ' > 

tureof sulky pl-^^ i ■ .c 



"'plows ] 1S4.V "previous' 
t of the I Indianapolis in i 



voung man Mr. 



8TATK UF INDIANA. 

I daily, a:; " 



direct from the 
s o-,- tliis section, :•• 
f finished product 



uhcn MiARo'^eits «a^ clc 
of the Indianapolis Chair 
Disposing of his stock ii 

""■ c- present Slice- :. 



i born at Rii 



. The 11 



■ holds an interest a- - . ', , .' ■-• -iie ■■ Un 

' ! thank Plow Companv," noticed at length un 
' j der its appropriate head in anotlier portion o 



CITY C)F INDIANAPfjLlS. 

extent, aad some o! t'lie most loudly vaunted | Gore's estribiishrne 
have been shown b_v careful analysis to be so famous insiitulions 



harmless, but healthful, been 



■sale. Mr. Jennings is ye 
jiig been born in India) 
already achieved a slant 



CIIATIX & GORE, 



1 Ci(.\Rs Xos, 30 



STATE OF rXDIANA. 

'■;- lemple of 1 is incorporated under the laws of the state of 
illiincv and j Indiana, commenced its career on the i6th d:n 

-: ie.-s^of the : ,,r jj^.^^,-,-,,,^,-^ iS-5^ ^,„i ;,, i,i,c,x -^ f,-om it- 



In view of the 1 



CITY OK IXDIAXAl'OLIS. 



iiiber holding n 



Sloane, 


Presideut; M. V. 


MlG! 


P.l>idL-i 


11'.; John 11. Ohr,Se 




Dai-k, 'J 


[•re-i;.uror; C. E. Wr 


i:/hf > 



IHE DEXISOX, 



The central position occi.^ , :,,i private parlors, reception 

"^'?"""''-y. . ■' ■ , -.nv ofth'I'm'uith closets and bath 

K'*-e pr- •: - .laachcd. The dining room has a seat- 

'^ll-o . ■ : : : . , , ;.,„-l;vi-.r tour huiuliv.! y.c-.s.and all 

IV"'"'-:'- ■ - - -■ ' ■ .-::■■:■•■■ /■.■>■ /^/-uiii be 



STATE OF IXDI \XA. 



\vhilo (he Ir.ige force of \ 



MESSICK, SOMERVILLE & CO., 
C,\Nr.v Manufacturers, No. 36 Sol 



ants are prompt to : 
guests. 

JOHN A. MYERS, 



CITY OF imhanapolis. 

t!ie buv;nc<s in whicli thev are engaged and i ^^hcrL!,. 1,„ <• 
the require inents of the trade in the special tion in - 
department oi" commercial pursuit*. Dealers j Asprrv.,, 



INDIANA BA 



STATE or INDI.- 
KING COMPANY, j St., ^vl 



it fori, 
systeip.- 



he company is conipo--ed of teven 
e parfner.-ihip being poipeti'.al, Oi- 
t. If ;a any tin.e O!,o of the ; 
. ,,; .^:iii ', ,,v -:■■.; ...vidcd that : 



$1,492:. 

The vr 



■■ of InJianapolis woiilJ be ■' 



SPIEGEL, THOMS .'c CO, 



SCHNUL 



L & KRAG, 

■ ESALE Grocers, Nos. 6:, 64 ..' 



Wc\-t, it 



gree <.i 
s"cl'imi';'; 



ro;n the plriin 


. grades a 
.-.id servi. 


,1c and lx-:iutif 


l;i. co^tmj; 


nil liiie ot" hi; 
voodcn ?c-at c 
igns. Recog, 
[imdard, tuey 
0.- their lai-/e 


niture. the 

lized bv ' 
are p.-od.c 
wholesale 



icles of Eastern maiiui 
members of the firm r 
his two sons, Thomas 



lARI.ES SOEHNER.Jr., 
Pianos and Organs, Xo. 19 Nof 
Pknnsylvania St., Known as i 



'—1 ■■ Thepian 

APITAL CrrV COFFEE AND SPICE -i, direct li 

MILLS, ! thousand 

Wvv., A: v,,s. ]'R,.!.R,f.T()KS, No. 26 ' "'";;^, ,^ 



STATE OF INDI.WA. 
id the lamilv 1 citv of Inuianapoli.-. has r 



bv >Ir. Soel 
ble as.ortm 



afd vhluVoY the differl-nl'tt 
KIMRERLIX MANLTA 



1 

CITV UF IND'ANAfOLIS. 427 j 



■OTTRELL METAL HOUSE, 



he Ji^i 


;>o'e''c^- Vs'inu'c-- - 


his tu 


o''son5,*Thoma> G. a 


the St 


vie beconiinpT Tho:ii. 


Co. i 


■„ i?:S tlie bu-ine,- ■ 



was inaugurated in Indianapolis in iSSi under 
Ihe stvle of tlie Indiana Paint and Roofin- 
Company by Mr. E. J. Smith and has alreiici;. 



STATE OF INDIANA. 

Live of Wales , Beam withdrew 
to thii coun- ness has been co 



iiraent in the Wa 



CITY OF INDIAXAPOI-IS. 429 

After reaching Indianapolis and ( the \vorld, whose products are recognized as 
L-t in his minority he reenli^ted in the standard ar,d sold in every country on the face 
A,„,\ An^-<' c-.-vi'ce Hnd witnesjcd the ' of the enrth wliere dentistry is practiced. Mr. 



r. n[iiK:l victory of the Uni 

W. M-. IIERRIOTT, 
Dent, 

The wonderful changes etYected b\ 
science and inventive jonius in the iisi 



appli:.nc> 
for the -r 

has hvcci! 



dphia 



standard qualities. 



430 

■brand o 



STATK OF INDIANA. 



cantile o.gaiiizations ot the West. 
A. r.- GATi:.S & CO., 



hoi-.^e- in i; 

re'^idvc! in'l 
cnl b.iker ot 



-IXniAXA EXC1!.\NGE 



both in its mecl 
for the jircdiu 



dent and Tre.isurcr ofth; 
ot" Maryland, and was 1. 
March "ad, 1819, and can: 
1S35, and i.s consequent 
residents and pioneer citi 



CITY OF IND 



;on>ide.-ablv to tl 



■liberal | menl 
•l^jrci^ i La"y 



. P. DAGGETT & CO., 

Ac. H! ' IS, No. iS Bate.s Br.O( 



A. V. LAWRENCE, 



The ent 
v'"L!nwi ■ 



The present 
luoh its senior 
i-eirs devoted 



432 STATE or INDIANA. 

public and private buildings in this nnd adjoin- | Slionin/ ■■ f. 
ing ftatc-s, the erniuoration of «!iich ^vouk^ ! popu:. r 
require more ■=;>r.ce tlinn can bcallott.-d in thi- Thi< 1, > 



bv the Union .'^ 


model s 


chool ! 


the iinc 




state, pi 




mcntior 




model 


fvvhic; 


Board a 


t the V 


delphia 





I M. H. SPADES, ■ 

! Dry Goods. Carpets, etc., Xos. 6 a 

S West Washington St. 



BALDWIN & CO., I has I 

,Nos AND Organs, Nns. 6^ and 66 i ''''^'l' 
RTii Pennsylvania St. i '•'^'/'^^ 



tories of Dee!, 
Haine.s Broth 
■world famous 



RALSTON i CO., 

FUKN-ITrUE AXD 

Frames, Pictures, : 

jSi East Washingt 

The enterprising firm < 






C, NOS. 279 AND 

Ralston & Co., 



Te.-\s AND Groceries, 34 Wes 
INUTON St., 7 Odd Fellows 
Madiso.v Ave., axd 250 Virgi' 

Such enforprise and ability as hai 

ized the transactions of "Mr. K. 

ice the inauguration of hi; 

lecr in this city cannot fail 



H. Lee 

elicit the 



out door photo^r. 



STATi: OF INDIA 



tempera 



DEBRAND .^c FUGATE, 



Cnv OF INDIANAPOLIS 



rds of about qo men. Tn 
best grades and viirietii.- i ' 



ty- 



>M vauls are located at the northwest cor 
: Maiket and Delaware Sts. and at No. 



> :i!e, Mercer Ceuntv, Penn., 
:S44. In iS6^ he was Super- 
.• Great Western Coal Com- 



43G ■ STATE OK INDIANA. 

state. Mr. O. H. Root, the iiinior member of ; ent .M. ■ - -■ 
this firm, is a native of Gi-eenville, Pa., where Altera•^ 
he was born in 1S46. .Vftor ccnipletin-'his dv h;- 



■ednlitv of the 



•V ■ ,: MERRILL, MEIGS .v.- CO., 

'-^ :^='r;'''-,^:.' ■ '■■."^■;'Y" '"" i IMPORTFRS AND JOKKPf. 

proi;rc->.ve .r.,Ko i inoJcrn I: aJe. , Stationery etc., N^r ; 

. R. WHITE, "■ ! I^GTON AND 13 SOITII 



all import: 



■ INDIANAPOLIS. 



; metropolitan charo 



A. L. WRIGHT ic CO., 
Wholesale Cari-et^ 

ETC, NOS. 47 AND 49: 



■ K. SHARE & CO., 

S, 55 AND 57 SOL'TI! MeRIL 



•rsoiirl of its inanagei 
■ A. L. Wiight A: ( 



ceecicd Me>,rs. 
; - rith Meri- 



ploved a: 



ANA NATIONAL BANK. 



STATi; or 


INDIANA. 






c; office, after 


The first na. 


led ro 


id was compieled in 1S71 


mu, Acl;inis 


and v.ilh th 


,- Chi 


ago, Cincinnali A: Louis- 


V Co., which 


vilie Railro.1 
Indi:., ,;.':■ 


1 pu>. 


^d.,t,.h,..co.,..:^o,..^ 



d Mr. David E.Snvi 



Mr. W. M. Coughlin 



: approprialehead m the pre>en; a. 
; HENRY SYERUP & SON, 



in thr\'vrst.''"iti 

alh Delauarc St. 



CrrV OK INDlANAl'C.Ll.S. 42 

>torv double warehouse ^0x65 iVc-t in dinu-n- ; of the river 0:1 Wabbinstun St., l.olli oac, 



Mr. st. 



I the final overthrow of the rebellion. "Mr. O. 
I B. Philhps was born in Switzerland Omntv, 



SHCLLIIOLSE .V- CO., 
Coal, Coke, Lime, Ft 



440 


ST. 


WE UI 


INDIAN 


liunbciing interests iu Mich 


■'.in will 


NvhK-h 


enUsted ,.- 


he is still associated. 






diana \ - 


FORTXKR FLO^'D .K: C 


0, 




at the . 


Xct; ■-: '■ ■:!■■.. 


C . T,, 1; 


c, No. 


ind.!'-:,' 


Tin- : ■ ■ ... : : , , 




ngaged 


^iS'- 


^tl.;Mi ., - ;:.,.; ^;' ;',u','^i . 


i .;:;.i'er ': 


!oyd & 


of the I : 










established i'ri 1S64 bv Major 


J. D.'Ev.-. 


ns. wi'io 


ivith d; ; 


Avas succeeded in 1868 bv 
Major l^an-, the founder' <: 

live hoi - , N., , .r ':. • 

highl;. I. :.'.:,,: , 


be prese 


t 'firm. 


uZ\*'' '..' 



I C. BR.VDFOR]-), 

! Soi.r.iTr.K or Patknts, Washingi. 



and the disbanding of the 
which time he «as com 
President as Krev^t Mainr. 



CITY OF INDlANArOLLS. 



I OTT it MADDEX, I bed. a > 

? SovA Beds and Parlor I.ovvgis, X(.<^ I "-■■ :!' ! 

I 109, III, 113 .AND ;:s Wf.st MoKRib .St. ! ''-''- " 



j power,' and a force oi" 
j men is cinplovcd in the 



f Mr. L. W. Ott. l.l,o^^ : 



;- r of tlic fn m of Ott & Madden. 
ALEX METZGER, 

IN.SURAN-CR, RKAt. Esr.VTK ANI, .SlKAM- 

-SHii- A<;k.ncv, Second Fr.oou Odd Ekl- 

LOWS' 1 1 ALL. 

Intimataly associated witli the business in- 
terests and the material prosperity of tlie Cap- 



STATE OF I MM 



ill Olid Kci'.o^-., 


' Block, i 


s e, 


tiib!i-h ! : ; - 

than ;■,■.,:■ 






great r.y.- ■■: 
fmd in Mr Mo 
and responvlhle ^ 

of hi'^ 'e:<;cn^ive 

Scotti-.,"; 
the C. . 


he fi're ir 


ht 


Pacitic .'k n' V ■ 
Falls, X. ^■.; i:u 
N. v.; tlur Mlt 
Standard of Xc 
are well and lax 


V ' \"ork! 
orably k: 


Xo 

T 






attendit^u tucw.i . , 
ness. He rcp..- 
lines, furnishing; • 
maiiv and o'lu-r ;- 
possible rates. In 

collecting rent, pavi 






CITY OF INDI.VXAPOI.IS. 



MCRPilV, HIBBEX \- CO., ' tliU 

i.Slcckssop.s to HiiifiKN, Fatti-un-, .V !.''V 
Co.,1 JoiiEERS OF Dry Con^ .\m> No- '^'"^ 



"W. j. Uolhd.o. Mr. >!u.i.hv, ^^ho h.,, b. 
for miinv vears proniinciitlv identified w 



STATB OI' INIJIANA. 

.iroininent commission house in Cincin- | development of the resources 

he became associated v.itli'Mr. W. J. "'^'^°'''-'"='^- 

diiy in the iron trade as a meniber ot the i jep^fersOX CAYLOR, 
ui Murphv & Ko!:id.i_v. In ibb2, \n co"- ' 
.-nee of the a>sociation and identificati. 



w 


""sT NVrsniNGmN^ST.''''' 


le 


rstand mo -t obvious aid 


nve 


ntion lias been to lessen t 


r 


labor required to produce 
1 increased amount of agr 
For many of the pro 


hin 


ery has been devised, an 



CITY OF IXIJIANAPOLI: 



be"appropriatelv tt:nnei.1 the national beverage deliver the prochicts of their brewerv 
of the Cnited iStateri as well as of Genpanv, i customers and to the railroad static. 
^^llcre it ori-innred. Previous to 1S40 the trade extor.dinu- to rll sections (,f !ndi 



f.icturiM 
(lid c^l,; 
lirewtr-. 






^^'lich time the widow of Mr. ychmidt, its 1 a 
^rii;inal proprietor, carried on the business 1 



rank among its contempora- 
tion of a discriminating pub- 
carried is .,e«, |-ic>h and 



linois St. and i6i iLCt on M.:ri 
ir stories in height, with spaoic.;- 
id Mansard roof, and contnir. 



HOTEL, 
■,v. F. Pfin 



tt-ps on eitlter mUl-oi' 



■e. ar.d the «^-iter 



.'.nd well being o 
e Grand Hotel h- 

.rthc L-nion. T!- 



1S7;;, and has since 
chan-e:v,and heen thor, 
■considerablv enlarged. 



N'*- MILLS. 
1. .V Co. Pro 



V- the Xord\ke k 



INDIANAPOLIS GLUE COMPANY, 



S30 SolTIi 

Contributing ii 



MS, 54 SoiTH 

.■TORIES, McIN- 
AX Ro.VU, .-VNU 



TATK OF INDIA 
;inu-paper, I hou?e,, 



beds and;olhei- necessary buildiiii;., 
liinery einploved is propelled by o::; 



-■.t'rL. C. I peJuorUs of tlie kind in the Ur.TtL-d S ;:t.' 
'■■V, Score- I >ind luarly all the work is periorn.ed Ir. .j ■.. 



C A R.SOX, FRANCIS M WEST, 



CITY or INDIANAPOLIS. 





■iL'tonSt, 




■ .;■ ti.e spa- 






potheca 


k-'Hall,3o;ii20 


•iew of 


%hich appears in 


skclch, 


while two floors 



l;i;0\VXING & SLOAN, 



.age purposes. The firm 



and 20 c 
areregu 



450 STATE OF INDIANA. 

INIJIANA rOl"NI)RY COMPANY, '■.;•', ., :.,u. 



duclic:' 



other casting- turned 
poriod. Mr. J. L. Mot 



j CHARLES II. BLACK, 



CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS. 



G. ITTENBACII ^ CO., 
Stk.vm iiTOXE Work: 



HENRY WESTPHAL & CO., 

M.AN-VF.\CTURERS OF SaUS, ^40 SOUTJ 



STATE OF INDIANA 



industries of Indianapol 






cine,'AVis., in i ■, : i ■ ■ 

of iron and stcc! ,. , " 

sites of the an: '• . : ■, ■ ■: ,:■ ,,, : 
which thev have tn-.iycu uuMi I 
favorable and encour.iging auspicci. 

INDIANA PAPER COMPANY, 



'i.v Dep.m, No--. J3 am. 2 

NGTOX St. 

mdingat the head of those; 



V other department of coin- 



I btill held b\ c 
which 1S65 a new 



Johntson iV Eruin, importers and v 



of -.vrapping j 
plain or in co 



CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS, 
ceeded bv Mr. D P. Erwin, - i :' - • •■ ■ 



, PERRY & PRINCE, 



North Ai..\b.\m.\ .St. 

of the inau-tric^ ofln- 



of the city. The baseine 
■giwds, such as domestic 
and wo'jien goods; the 



John-K 



this'citv 



STATE OV INDIANA. 



of his ti'i,. 
volvcs tlie 



"ARCADE mills;' 



East Markft S , . 
Much skill aiKl ; 



; DESK 



Evan?, of Penr: 
other d.rpartn.et 



ot the dilierent \ .11 . 

' large lots. ^The ': „ 
' tiallv built of brie'-., 
■ 33,o3o square feet, e> 

site special wood 
; sixty experienced v 



iincrv''and 
mplJy'ed in 



■ acquired ha> been t!io result of a | v 
fion on the r^irt of the inana-renient I f 
V the be^t wheat in its production, j t 



CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS. 















l^iV^^te ---' 



STATE OF INDIAN" A 



INDIANAPOLIS STOVE CO., 
MAKVFArriKERS OF Stovks, 
Ware and Castings, S5 and 



leating and cooking 



J at \ Mr. Dclo^s Rco: i.. .. 
:on- Slate, and wa. born at C 
inal i County, Frbriiarv;!, lSi', 



The '\\Mnd''c 



CITY OF INIJIAXAPOLIS. 457 

and public spirited citizens. Mr. H. W. Ben- i elers and prominent citizens of Indianapolis 

nutiv-e of Indiana and wa^ bom in iSs6. ' For ] V.\c pro^cnt cntL-rpri-o tiiis hou:!e h;i* acquired 

ll,c past eisjbt vears he lia.'^ been as""sociateJ' ' f- ••f-ir r' v-i.r .li-. -I'h- ,>.> = ;. '.r,..; i. to the 

^vlihtlielntliana'jolis Stove Company and iden- • • •- ■^... , , i •:■•■.:>: and of 

f,:ied wi;!i its bn-,iness interests aiid steadilv • , ■;, in se- 



.'JILLETT .V- JEXISOX, 



INDIANAPOLIS SOAP WORKS, 

J. A. Hunt \- Co., 701 to 707 Suui 



STATE OF INDIANA 



all that tlic inventor , promoting- the C( 
It they will give p.>r- | ing metropolis. 



'A. E. MEYER 6c CO., 
Shippers and De.\l 
Coke, Prin-cip.\l Ofi 



present enterprise estahli^hed a lar 
growina; trade in the popular soaps n 
factured by him. 

J. N. CHURCH, 

Commission- Mfrchavt. Xo, .^ , 
\Va<hin...ov St. 



East WaM.i 



of the city. >■ 
products of ti 
town, Ind., 



CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS. 



KRANCKE & SCHINDLER, 



FLANNER & HOMMOWN, 



Krancke & Sell 
which have co 



ietors in December, 



s present pronii 
:s of the Union 
f«onf/ofitsmnn 
essionofitspres 



rage purposes the spa- 



-.cJby 


hose of any 


■'cnt'of 


They carry 
coffins, cas- 


ch select 


st approved 
ons may be 


e hearse 


and niifner- 


ral purposes. Both 
ve haJ extended prac- 



STATE OF INDIANA. 



SNDIANAPOLIS Bl'SINESS COLLEGE 
AND TELEGRAPH INSTITL'TE, 
C. C. KoERN-ER, Proprietor, Bates 
Block. 
Thi, popiil.ir educational institute was estab- 
lished in this citv in iS;S, and lias been for the 



talions to different branches 



..■:.::• I 



knowledge acquired here is of ii 
benefit to them. The cour.se of 
embraces |i-.o.e br.mch-.-s of studv 



high!;- appreciated by those desirous of ac- » 
quiring a thorougli knowledge of telegraph.v J 



CITY OF 1N1JI.\XA!>0LIS. 



HOWARD INFIRMARY, 



While the medical pi-ofessioi 



LOUIS ADOI.PH GREINER, 
Veterinary Sirgf.o.v, No. 
Pr-AKi. Si.; Residesck, No, 
Meridian St. 

The mo.! !!--:--- h r.- ;i;-m::. r ■ , 



iind lool- 
thc fact 
'.; time to 
o a single 



St., opposite the c 
cifice and residen 


ourt h...,-. 




St. The infirina 






ficiliiies for th-- 






compl.iints of ho 






i^d both otiice^ . 






':>■ °' "isht and 






ill i-ections ot t 


>■/.;;• ^1 




knr.wied-ed to be 






accomplished pr 






i^t.-ites, and since 


loc.itin- ir 




^J4 e^tabli.-hed a 


ar-e and . 




practice. Dr. Or 






■•^d was horn in 






ituJv of his pr.>i 






-Mduated with h. 






'^ 1S51. He cot 






irofession in "L: 


Jk-ire Vr 




received from tli 


[.■ Emperor 


N-j 


'^cdal ot honor, 


the in-ghe 




Tpr.ciation v. hie 


h could at 


that 


'"red for effici.' 


nev in his 


. r"' 


"me to the Cn 


ted States 




•""■■ated at Bi.tr.i; 


X N. Y., u 


leie 



United cesfft 
I- in iSjy I lar" n 



le case of Dr. Ed«a, 



hest testimonial of and on .s. ; 
:t that time be con- I terofhi,:- 



'■'■■•'■Mly ir.creasitig with the 



g'-'l 


uatcd as a physician 


the Eele 


;tic school. 


and 


for a number of \ea 




"re"u!ar" 


prac 


titioner. Subst-quent 


V remov'i 


n;4 to In'di- 




and alter practicing a 






in't 


le state settled down tl 




t Knights- 




1, where he built up 




rahle prac- 




All thc.se vears he 1 




that most 




blc and f.ital disease 




a special. 


stud 


V, and had had much 




in treating; 


it. 1 


roving by his own exp 


erience t 


lat the olj 
he incura- 


and 


universallv accepted t 


leory of 




V of the disease uas 


-ntirelv 


Mon- In 




tre.itment he left th^ 


beaten 


tr.-.ck and 


btru 


ck out a new patii for 


himseli; 


utilizing a 



i82 



STATE OF IXDJAXA. 



I 



discovery which has since proved of untold 
usefulness to him in hi= practice and saved the 
lives of hundreds of persons given over to die 
by the f.stidWjui "regulars." Finding Knights- 
town a lielJ ton limited for him, he in 1S55 
came to this place, then a young and thriving 



cation, in person or by 
H. A. HOFFMAN, 



^l I 



took eh.irge of t!ie ^ 
was eflected' Enco'.l." 



icUities could' I 
censed dcin.-ind 



CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS. 
, where ampler , this line, transa, 



i GEORGE W. KEVSER, 



To the skill and : 

bers and t;as fitter' 
debted for their i-v. 
Amorrj 1!, ■ T >..■ i 



Gas Fitter, No. 46 
s St. 
)ilit_v of our leading plum- 



competition. 

INDIANAPOLIS SAW WORKS, 
T. Farley, Prop., tSg Sol in Mei 



I STATE OF INDIANA. 

; of cngineerini; skill. After completing I Beam Steel Plow, three sizes; the Davt 
trade >?!-. Geo. Vv. XCeysei-wa'Jcnfjnged for Champion Steel Plow, with rolling ciu> 



SAMUEL J. 1-1A):iLL;V i; SON, 







r 
1 






«' 


states and is rapid'v being incr( 
elder Mr. Hadlev is "a native of 


eased. Tn 
Indiana, a- 


his son was also' born in this state. 




1 


W. M. AUGHINnAUGH, 




1 


FI..SVORING Extracts, etc- 


, Cor. Dii 


s^ 



SDIANAl'OI.IS. 



■Globe" and "Household F 
poackrs. He has also estab 



465 



three wagons are kept constantly in use de- 
railroad depots. £)uring the past vear more 

bottled and disposed of by tliis firm, "ivinsj in 
every instance the most perfect satislaction, 
— 1 _•.:_„ jj^ jj^g highest degree the popu- 



it has ; 



ained. 



of Mar.i. 
Washi^; I 
in IV. f, 



JACOB METZGER & CO., 



FRANK M. RVAX, 
Hats, C.\ps and 



he celebr.iied export " 


Tafel beer" bot 


Indianapolis bv the fin 


1 of Jacob M.t/ 


Co., has gained so 




oughout various sectio, 




'o tavorablv known a. 




■erage and 'as an invite 




ids, that the demand h 




ing the past six years. 




1 ol the firm, and it- 




"11 sections of Indian, 




o Kentucky, Geor^'ia, A 


. '■'.'■' ' 'I, ., 



STA'JE OF INDIANA 
'S AN! 

GROCERY TRADE. S 



t> 



■". ir\. 






of the firm bv 
signed bv and c 
of MesvrV. R. P 



Miduitt ^: office r,.,. 



Doughert\ relnvdand Mi, 
and Mr. George Price «.■ 
firm name became Condi 



CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS. 467 

wn^ reo-ularly indentured for a period of four ; maining for two vears. After complelin? hi'; 



TOWNSEND BROS., 

Live. SEwtR Pipe, Co,' 



n't firm in iSSo. jFr.' Allen Conduitt ^va 
'^rn at Mo>r=.v:il.:, InJ,an.l an,;r leu:-. 






STATE OF IXD 



.•h-co,lI='c1 among tae entorpriM 
City. 

GEORGE F. BORST, 



, lalliLi-, Mr. Bcnj..min I'olL'. 
J. E. SUEEIVAN, 

BCTTER, EGfJS, POUI.' 



phani.acv to tiic iavorjble consideration of all 
THOMAS \V. POTTAGE, 



o ..CO. I 



XDIAXAPOLIS. 469 

1 I than 30,000 perfect Mo'.ver?, Reaper?, Cnm- 
1 bined Mouer; atul Reapers and Self Binding 
1 I Ilnrve-^tt-r^ of the various nvle-^ v,-hic:, iiave 



RiTTF.H, Manager, S6 West 
;tox Sr. 
efforts of meclianical ingenuitv 



wh.ose agencies and enterprise these results J. M. ALLOWAYS 

Viave been attained, the firm of D. M. 0■>^orne I , . l- i. 

«t Co, of Auburn, New York, are iu-Mv .„- i |:-;;^'^'\-;.^';;^'-, ^^^ 

has been upward and on u, I I , 



Ihe world devoted t. 



ements and lasts 



STATK OF INDIANA. 
^ V..-, k i^ I voung. The 



Ohio' and v 



ELECTRO MAGNETIC CONiPANY, 



ontrolied by Dr. W. H. Not 



NT It UNO 


s ISt. a 


.. 


B£w.,. 




P$ 




Dr. Nott,\vho'is 
our first medical 

nof'Tm-^'"'" 
and advantages c 
by this conipani 
ceased to be anl 
formerly existir 
ment are disappe 



K. 



,jl£»' 



;crfi*- ;i 



and efHcacy of Ihe-o r.t,,./ . ,, , ' ; i.- 


ished upon pergonal applit ,ii: i ; ': r 




given gratuitously. Thou ",:. .-i •,-':m!j- 


nials from well knoun citizen^ m aii sections 


of the Union have been receixed at this uilice 


and NviU be cheerfully shown to interested par-_ 


ties. A careful and thorough consideration of 


the remedial agencies guaranteed bv Dr. Note 


should stim.ulite hope uith the atllicted, in- 


suring cures where other systems tail. 


L. A. CATT, 


Commission- Merchant, No. 175 West 


Washington- St. 


Making a leading; .specialty of handling 


flour, mill feed, !i;n . corn, oats, bran anil 


short, ii: : . ■- .^r - ' ;i; an title, and on com- 


missi..: , 1 . > I't, of No. 17; West 


Washi:; - , . ■• .1 business Jntitlin-^ 


him t.. ; ;• : ' : . unition. This house. 


conducted -0 -uccc-Muiiv bv him, uas e,t.ib- 



CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS. 

. ..ir-' vearhas I vouth. He was takfi 
::,,:"._■ in its live, where he was m;i 
: . I'Si. His burden, and bv who 



v. B. McUONOL'GH, 



radc dtriv. 
ble^n Indi, 



ND, Fire Bric 



and have i 
d to the cai 

wrecked. 



name is found ; 
sketch, and wlio- 
less is the result 



Mr. McDonouJ 
^rectabie parcnt- 
When he was b. 






d to B.uavia, O., 
bv wa-on, before 
'In November, 



;i Mr. T. E. Town 



c, etc., for nianufiicturing and illiiminm 
.irpo.-e-i, with a tiatle derived from botli 



' GEORGE WlI.,SOX, 



accorded. 
H- P. \VU 



ive photographers of 

,': " ^^■,■ G.illcrva: 
Mr. Wilson 

.- : f'.ime build- 

jN^J,''iorrof three or 



; Oils, East Mai 



conducted, Mr. 






CITY or INDIANAPOLIS. 
ir WHolo.ale ^ 



>ev};rin, ostermeyer .v co., 



Il'P BR( 


JTilK 


iS, 






Fancy 


Goor 


s, Druggi 


No. 


\ND Si 

37 Sol 



STATE OF INDIANA 



notice here accorded. 
LY PHYSICIAN, 



,e; phre- 



munications should be addressed to the pub- 
lisher?, GEO. F. EORST & CO.. 

440 South Meridirifi St., Indianapolis, Ir.d. 

H. W. LANGENBERG, 



beautiful garden- ; 
risand Meridian ^ 
H. W. Langenbc: . 
and inducemtir . 
a plca.ent h.-v : 



CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS. 



GEORGE W. STOUT, 



Mr. Langenberg, the geiii.-l ., 
rrietor, is a native and tite K .. 
Jianapolis and sva.s born ir; i> 

popular leader in local politics. 

EMPIRE DRUG STORE, 
Alrert IzriR, Propkie 
West Washington St. 
Among the various commer 



i^ lastefullv 
<i.v^- stutr,,' b 



STATE OF INI) 



•atuinc.l t!ic iiiijh rank which he now occiipio 
in coni:n,-rci:'.l circler- ;is the proprietor of on. 
of the mo~t extensive and iniiiiential biisines 
hou.-c^ of this thriving municipality. 

INDIANAPOLIS CONSERVATORY, 



Ofsr'; 



S. K. FLETCHER, 

"Cream Dalf. " Dairy, Gexerat. ( 
TICK, Room io Fletcher i SiiARi 



CITY OF IXDIAXArOLIS. 477 

n.NXER HOUSE, , ger clevitor run bv hydraulic power, which is 

V,c-„u V Wm..-,-,, PvoPPlt-rn,,^ 'S.ruru ''''~-° '"" ei'|-00f, as it is ill a tONver of solid 
1- AF.HR .V Hart h, I KOPRi^TORh. boL 1 H j „,,,^o,.,.,,_ b^jiit independent of the m.-.in build- 



THE UNITED STATES PUMP COM- 
PANY, 
I i H. \V. RuToN, Manager; Cor. Mer- 

: ' In a review ot" the various enterprises which 



STATK OF INDIAN 



same thoroughfare, and nf- • | 
■ars in this location was a^:; J 



of work of tl,-' 



Among those important ■ 



lARi Fs rfit:/. 



,vith the callin.g ii 



CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS. 



i\g lio ctlls and being a inodirt 
e naiiiiic-ll and Calland batteries. ] 
M and wa.s made to order. 

VARO MUELLER, 



PIONEER BRASS WORKS, 
Br.-vss Finish in-g Siioi> . 

FOUN-DKY, no .\NT1 112 St. 

-SYI.VAXIA St.: I C l;RI^^:^T 
The great dU 



render? the ■ 



n botli 



-ofVee-., . 
reliable ' 



STATE OF INDIANA. 

i?4J and Linked at Biiltimore, |. firing on "Old 
i:icd tor about two veai-.i, work- he abandoned 



■ "on:; 2 $ 



ed it -.•„ • 

Pionetr ii 
trol and r 



NEW YORK SHOE STOKE, 
John- Moionev, Xo. 15 We 



propric; 



than 5.: 



i He order 



V was placed i 
l-iiled for l!«e p: 



CITY OF INUIANAI'C 
Vheclcr person- I of June, i 



m the g 


tirds 


s the Cu. 


iberl 


ng in the 




food he e 




e road w 


Sll 



ived fro' 
i upon 



When h 
to Mun 







be of 
llie p 


otTered gift 


;;;;• 




c. Th 


ed he vvoul 




boat 


. Re 


iching the i' 


raft 


but 


had 


much diffic 


wa^ 






nt of the ra 


f.mnd a 




on the isU 


whi 






moitered th 








s the island 


of ^ 


oit° 


a bayo 


u, over vvhk 



STATE OF INDIANA. 



olina Cavalrv. HU raft only permi 


led lum t 


keep ]>U he:>.d and shoulder, above 


water, bt 


he uas seen bv the rebels who inqu 


redofhlT 


if he was the ''•Yank" who hnd ju 


nped fro, 


the Irahi. He an.-wered in theathrr 




also told them that he wovilcl su 


render' o 


such term-^ as he could, tm-lin- tc 




as a prisoner of war. \V,l : :. ;• 




board he em1e;ivorpd to ]r-\'' 




but the sirong cunent to ■' 





iick and tired of those fellows and don't 
idoubtedlv the truth.' He was dire.tia 



rescue 


e was 


kind 


y tre.u 


guard a 


nd one 


youni, 


South 


nme o 


.Spar 




ve him 


c o h^ 


belon- 




his b 


dtt n 1 


here 






taken to 


Cl.arle 


ston and d-li 


federate 


Prove 


St Ma 


rshal. 


day in C 
lever . 


haiiest 
_d sen 


on he 
to th 


e"ho-p 


man td 






>ks, r^v 




IttentV 




kind 


bi^t r 


Dt Chn 




3 who, 



tailed notice. With 
thev gatlicied food a 
would be inviting to th 



agreeing tr 


"assist him, 


was -nost h 


-iz.irdous, by 


of the gua 


ds while he 


joined the t 


umber of es 


attempt wj 


s successfu 



boot and shoe 


store on Illinois St., v 


remained unti 


1S74, "■•■'en he wen 


trade. In 187 


^ he purchased a store 


sachusetts Ave 


. which he conducted 



scribed. The Union pi> : 
clothing, supposed him t^ 
and shou'od, -'Iltllo, Job 
m to give yourself up.- 



M.VRTIN REIFFEL, 
! M,;,vT M.VKKKT, 192 SOL-TH ILI 



CITY OJ- INDIANAPOLIS. 



■ One of the Rnf<t, 



meJ by that official, and one of those chosen 
IS the bnlv establishment of the kind in In- 
mnpolii., "that of Mr. A. H.nrwood, then 

•;itr<l nt No lyj Ka.t \V;,.nin:.t.-,., ^f hut 



>fr. rJiITcI 'i "n 



A. HAYWOOD .V CO., 



R. R. MILES, 

Dry Good.s, Clo: 
196 West Washin 



ulcd this 
:en of an 
r. Miles 



4 STATE OF INDIANA. 

iab!e \vorkm:inship. Nine falesnien and I all of \vt icli the Thirtv-^ixth bore a consp;-. 



enlion to the art of photography. 
}1. BUTLER, 



i;> F.\NCY Goods, 22cj Wes 



[ allotted in the pr.'-. : 
! novelties will repay t 



CITY (,>F INDIANAPOLIS. 



NDIAXAPOLIS MACHINP: AND 

BOLT WORKS, 
Nfwcomb, OLSEN-ii Co, Propriktors 



J. J. SMITH, 

Tin. Coim'KR and Shei 

No. ;9+E.AST \V.\>1I1NGI 

' The business cai. i • 

sketch 111, 



Mr. 



iniith 






■ STATE OF 
nalcing a special feature of roof- 
id executing repairs of all kinds 



INDIAN 



mount of the first year's transact!on>; 
than $14,000 in iSS.-. Mr. Tucker 
a salesroom 20x120 feet in dimeii- 



One of thcle 
a reputation e-\ 
Pacific, makini 



the kind i 
from M.iint 
ofPenn»yb 






a native of the state of Maine, w:is born in 
iS^4 and has resided in Indianapolis since 
1S64. 

WARD BROS., 

Wholesale and Ret.vjl Drlgs, etc.. 
No. 40 East Washington St. 

Tli- [.(.puljr house of Ward Krus,, at No. 40 



tions of emolui 
fied. During 






■espon--. 



1 thii 



)n that he was 

the net profits 
uring his adi 



used daily in the 
ound 

1 -=.- gov- 

u equal number oi pounds 
livalent, and so judiciously 
age this mammoth institu- 
enabled at the close of the 



)f "softbr.c.^. .„, . 
d to the troops the gi 



able 



m ployed. 



number of troops provided for i 
that as many as 27,700 loav 
rations have been issued in a s: 

H. S. TUCKER, 



purest .and freshest drugs and chemicals, patent 
or proprietary medicines, paints, oils, var- 
nishes, putty, brushes, window glass, toilet 
articles, perfumeries, sponges and druggists' 

full lines Sf flavoring extract's and elixirs'. Jr. 
every department their stock will be found 
full and comprehensive. In the retail depart- 
ri It |\irticular attention is paid to the pre- 
a of physicians' prescriptions and fam- 



meni-. Tlie individual members 01 
Messrs. B. and M. Ward, both nativ 
long residents ot Indiana and tiiorc 



t depar 



The ;. 



CITY OF I -SIM 



J K CARROLL, 



The adm 
diy by Ml 



iipprobntio 
both citi.r, 

of me.i;- - 



F. SCHEIRICH, 

Picture Frames, etc., No. ;:9 ^I.m 



at all 'hours.' The bill 
that the most epicurt 
served by polite nnd cc 



■idaptt : 



with an apartip, 
taring Z4X4S .V., 



INDL^NAPOLIS POTTERY COM- 
PANY, 
J. B. Ye.\gley, Proprietor, Work 
.\ND Office, Cor. Si.xth and Nkw Jeh 



s been made by all nations, bar- 
civilized, and in all ages of the 
ence. Unghtzed and undecoraled 



Pottery 
barian am 
world's exi 

devoJ-'i . 



the style of Indianapolis Potter 



Indianapolis 
branch of ii 
he opened a 



H. RINNE & CO., 



The extensive grocery house conducted bv 
he firm of H. Rinne iV Co. claims conspicu- 
>us mention in the present rc.icu. In i<^So 



old established sta 


i-.d at N. :: 


which had for ma 


ny ye.i. 






although commen 


:ing busK, -. V 


capital of only $27 


^, he infused ne 


enerijv into the bu 


iness and under 


getic management 


ncreased the sal 


larged the scope of 


its operations in 


degree. In Febr 




was formed and a 


no'iher L'> 


ducted by the firm 


After :: 



STATE OF INDIANA. 



Jiien in the capital ! 
record than Mr. Rini 

Ell. SCHWINGE, 
Staple and Fa: 

MASSACilL-SETTS 



J. M. HUFFER, 



The model 
"99 Ma-:i.!.n 



entative ni 


amifacturers o 


Mr.'j. M. 


Hiifter, whe- 


ted at No. 




iiou.e r.i. 


lk. Mr. Hu 




. ;v i^i 1862 a 




" '..V & Co 






of $-',500. Mr. Scl 
United St .tcs when bul 
Coiintj, N " 




W 



3ne of the oldest and most favorably 
eirv houses ot Indianapolis i.s thr 
:ted" bv Mr. Roman Oehler, at ^ 
;st Washington St., where isconstan 
1 stock a fine ' - ■• • 



and American 
clock-, jewelry, table ware and art 
both use and ornament in great varic 
salesroom, which is located in the 
three story brick building at the 
named, is 20x109 ^'^^^ '" dimensioi 
fitted up in a ' '■ -" 






A spec 






il feat 






s. Mr. Oehler 

:S born in 1841. 
in 1S60 and at 



!. adopted from $i( 



Jeft-. Dav 



CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS. 



C HABICH BOTTLING COMPANY, 



I of bo 
■j plove 



CHARLES FELLEli .V CO., 



of the United St;Ue- for the pa-t 33 vo 
The establishment conducted bv them has 
tained its well deserved promi'nenco niai 
tlirou^h his effoits. 

ilENRY ARNUOLTER. 



Mr. Arnholtcr, who is 
and harness maker, comn 
1»5 own account in this 



ing purposes. 11: .- ■ , - 

':if double and sin_ : 

collars, whips, r 

••-■ombs and hn .. , ' 

S'.-nctallv. Mr. .\i: :, /, 1 > • ' , 

came to the United State» in i.i-- 
^ew Orleans and coming dire 
C'lv, where he learned his trade. 

ZF.PH. HOLLINGSWORTH, 
LivKRY, Feed and Bo\kdi 
Nos. 277 AND 279 West \ 
Street. 

. These stable-, ,it j- .n ; :: , 
'»i,'ton St., were . ' ^ ' 

}^ hoarding and 1; 



wk; anm costume ba- 
zar, 

UN. I'Rop., yo E. Market "St. 
tral Wi- and Costume Bazar of 
in, N.^ ./> Lao. Market St., are 



STATE OF INDIANA. 



F. \V. ARNKOLTER, 



for abo-jt thifc 
Lv, -vvlierehp >■■ 
tendent of tin 

barking in bu-ii 

previously nolo. 

charge ol his >o 



f Wa^hingtf 
1. Kielhorn, 
and Ash St, 



R 


APPLEBY, 


„ 


New and Second 1 

No. 2S7 East Washi 

Mr. R. xVppleby, the e 

- of the new and secc 


S 


Xo. iS9\Vc"- w/'- ■ 



ry, fancy goods nr. 
I, soaps and drLiL' 

its present proprit 



delphia College of Pharmacy in P 
and alter graduating returned to 
and then removed to Indianapolis 



. ADAMS .t CO., 



HANTS, No. 5i SoCI if 



-n receives and solicil 
vegetables, poultry 



IS,,, reu.c 
quarter,, 
tilled lo ' 
a great v 



CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS. 



ock.^ As indica 
■.nnection that c 



and was born in iSflO, and has been 
ist twelve years identified with tliis- 
i branch of industry in Indianpoh's, 



!;Uning Miil 
enterprise to 



MMS & SMITHER, 



) weW or been found so ser\ ■ 

■irlv adapted to our clinia't, , . 

.It or slightly inclined surl.ic. -. ,.- ■:, .:.r.- 
lid asphalt root's when properly cnnslructoi 
nd applied. For the asphalt roofing it i 
laimed that it will last for twenty years with 

" the''most°du'^T^''"''-."" 'r-'-^-'-'Mrroof il 
.e. The only ho: - : ' : ; ■■ - ^'ngage. 



t Mar 
luized i 



Thi 



ceedec 



"^^tablished by othei ^ 

'•40, and now" transact a business of 11 
> 15,000 per annum, making a spt. 
'■Jpplying all varieties of gravel roc 
Vrials, building and sheathing felts, 
'-phalt roofing and paving materials, etc., a 
'♦•il, if desired, apply " 
i> Ihorough and satis 






In iSSi Messrs. K. T. Adams & Co. suc- 

;feded Jacob Beibinger as proprietor of this 

,,, .;inient. The salesroom is 18x50 feet in 

;- constantly carried a desirable assort- 
I ;ii iii staple and fancy groceries. Two 
i-,i.,uiits are employed 'and one delivery 



'■' t^ss was abandoned w 
*-'• -Smither is a native 



STATK OF IX 



. ALBEKTSMEVER, 



I l.EWjS MEIER, 

Prv Goors, Boots, Sik 
I ly: AND ig4 Ft. Waynic . 



from Mav until Dt- 



E. II. STEGMANX, 

En'.raver, No. 35 West M.\rket St. 
Mr. E. II. Slegmann, at No. 35 Weft Market 



ROBERT KEMPF, 



Mr. Kempf, doing business at No. 424 Sou 
Meridian St., has been identified with tl 
branch of industrv ^inc>• 1S72, and a c;r:idi 






laker. 



SAM. C. ASTLEY, 

Druggist, No. 49 Soi;th Illtnois 

The popular pharmacy and dru^ st 

Mr. Sam. C. A«I.-v at No. 49 .South I 

St., corner of M.->rvland Ave. and oiipo- 

"Grand Hotel." i- '■■i'- '. ' •- i !■..:: ■ .' 



CITY OF INDIANAI'C 



.tablishcd li 

rorsT ^ 



:h Maker and Jeweler, No. 43 

1 Illinois St. 

!;iis.t Mai established his present bus- 



S.\MUEL DAVIS, 



"-"liWRLES ALDAG i; SON, 

BcjoTs .\XD Shoes, No. 175 East Wai 



and has been engaged in busii 
since 1S72. 

A. DAMMIER, 



STATE OF INDIANA. 



■COHB & BRANHAM, 

Coal asd Coke, Office No. 50 Not 



One of the larjjest operators i 



and liquors in store and in bond v 
are favorably with that of anv i„j 
jf PhiiaJolphia i.r New York. 'Mr ■ j 



ori^anizca and a. 
re^iJent. of liuli 

sniairsc.'le. 

F. J. ARENS, 
Wholesale 
I S3 East W, 



L. MUELLER, 



.T Tailor, No. 40 SoL"! 
leading merchant tailorii 






CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS. 



1S73, which net 



ri-RF.R, COLORI 

■RICH AM) Fa: 
•Es, Rid Skix 






n.^elf a 



ICNRV EMMFRICH. 
Commission Mf.rchan- 
Wasiungton St. 

|--.ynerioh "h.is been promi 



.■cured a liberal 



'';? ! AUGUST DIENER, 

'r':. >I,\RBLE AND Gr 

No. 24;, Ea.st Wm 



STATE OF INDIANA. 



fterward to No 


J17 Ea^tWashing- 


the principal cities and tow 




So, and to his pres- 


from Portland, Me., to Po 


!" A un ;"f, ?Ssi! 


uhere he occupies 


oi>ened his present popular 




diuien^ions, with a 


1S77. 




:;6 (eet deep. Mr. 






■■ marble and gran- 


L. B. GRUM, 


.■^' , ■■ ■■. .v\ 


stones, and among 


SiLVKR Plater, 27 Sr 
yr., Third Vlour. 
At the estab!)^:. '),-;■' .•; . 


llenrv 'lUW L:' 




located at No. . ■ M 


tlie" Laird •: 




Hoor, every de-.;, 









Camden. N. J., and canie .^ 










locating at Richmond, Ind . .v i 




vciin^ 


s-.:e.:i,an, Mr. !>. Grov 


es, is 


for one jear, and then c.i'ii. ; 


' 1, .'■'.' 


tly on 


he road. 




where he has since resii!> 1 
and reliability with which v V-. 




KL TC. 


DIN N IN, 




Mr. Grum j'ustly entitles hi.n 




STAIR 


NNi- AM> Oyster Depot 


Nos. 


and liberal public conside.'-ation 






2C.' E.\ST \VASHI^-GTO.^ 


- St., 






^NLR 






ST. CHARLES HOTEL, 




red it" 
uhir re 


re.i.k-i.'- of Indi.mapoii 


. "'""J^ 


Illinois St., James Rile 

Located in the center of the 

tion ot' the citv on Illinois St., 


busmess p- 



I ployed, Mr. Jdhn Rilev ac'ting as man:: M 
I Mr Riley is a native of'ireland and was !^ H 



aCTo Me^irs. George M. 
ineand O. G. Petcr^ com- 
1 a small «oodenslructurf 



TAXAPOLIS. 



I.J. STACK.S, 

Upholsterer AND Fu 

• Nos. 64 AND 66 lNni.\> 

This house succeed.", the 



■tantly • 
Ap'rif t, 



PETER GRAMLING i: SON, 
Mfrckan-t Tailors and C 
No. 35 Ea^t WASniNGTOx Si 



in 1S54, when il 


was fou 


ndc 


1 u 


id.-r the 


firm 


name and style 


of J. \ 


P 


^Gr 


amhng. 


hen 


located at tlie cc 


rner of 


Me 


idia 


n and \V 


ash- 


iiigton Sts., 01 




wh 


re the Bla.;k 


furd 










eet in dir 




«!ons being u-.»d 


, and th 








the 


firm did not ex 


ceed $4 




per 




In 


1S56 the firm rer 


noved t 


N 




I East W 


ash- 


ington St., and i 


iS66to 


th 


pre 


sent location. 


,^°:35^EastU-a. 


lins^ton 


St. 




ere the prem- 




business 


purpo 


es are 16 


VI50 


I>.et in dimensior 


s. and t 






a.ije valua 




"1" stock carried 


is not 1 




thai 


$40,000, 


and 


'■■'le annual sales 


range fr 




$S, 


,000 to $ 




"«. In Februa 


V, 1679 


M 


.Jo 


in Gran 


lin- 


^■■•irea from the 


■tinn a 


Id 


hi 


business 




conducted b_v M 










Jan- 














"atfie wa-'adop 













a desirable line of new a 


d second 


niture, in which he oflei 


s special 


nts to purchasers. Mr. J. 


J. Stacks 


of New York State, and 


wa. borr- 


ie County, June 22, iS2v 


llecom- 


n 1840 when but a boy to 


learn the 


id upholstering trcde, ant 


iias fol- 



and general popularity of this es 
has been accomplished through t 
good work at the lowest rates con 

H. A. STUMPF, 



'c I'-r.j.^" "n 

..es.'reg- 
, ,11 Lafay- 

.rud a thriv- 
mounted to 
vWiich will 



STATE OF INDIA 



ga-td in his pres 

n 6 a', m. to 9 !■. M 
>ervice. will recei 


nt successful 
ears. His off 

■e prompt atte 


T. WAIT, 




Galvanized Ir 
35 .Soiiit Alad. 


MA St. 



CITY TRANSFER COMPANY. 
W.J. Lehman Pkopkikior, No. 



. RANSFORD, 

TATE ACKNT Co.VTISF 

rRANCF, Ct .. -,7 W. \Va 



CITY or INDIANAPOLIS. 

I Heetoii. Afler r 
:n-tal Life Ix- I «"' 3"^' ^I""- ^\''-'' 



interest* ot" the West. 
\V. N. WOLFE, 



GOEPPER i: MAN'NFELD, 



Occupving a 
'l.'Xial aivia ol 
uhose wholoale 



in thic I maiiied ill biisino.ss up to tlie tiiiio of his dea 
Wolfe ! -^"g"*' 9- 1SS2. Mr. Geor^je Mannfeld v 



I S. D. CRANE, 



bu-ihcss, and after 1 buM; 
^ .Mr. C. E. White- | who 



repairing; and all work per 
br.uicl. 6r industrial enterprise 

D. K. .STONE, 



nus of Ma. -a 
bo%c.-., I '^ 



STATC OF INDIANA. 
■>{ fine watch I embarked in the ' 



n-esent position. 

3ARNETT & ELl-IOTT, 

Wh(.i,es..\le Shoe Manlt.xctuf 
No. 76;^ SoLTH Merjdi.\.v St. 
The firm o( Barnett & Elliott was orgai 



CITY OF INI 
ARZ. GREf:XWOOD .'v: DAUGHTER, , 



501 

k^ in first class com- 
. PortOice Countv, O., 



MlKINNEY & CO., 





fcl b 


his dau2;hter. 


■..^anl 


J, as partner in the bu>. 
e-, the general niana- 


0. \\\ 


\.ns\ 


"ORTH, 


Real 

CiRC 


ESTA 

F. Sr 


TE AND Fire I 


The mo 

-■-ful pr 
additio 
a keen c 


?S 


ntial qualifieatio 

horou-hknowle 



EDDELL nous 
Maj .k a. W. IIa 



STATE OF INDIANA. 



Oftir; 



torty-sevcii _ve;us. He 
: and most highly esteemi 

J. G. LIGHTFORD, 



among the traveling public than Major llan- 

J. N. MORLAN, 

Furniture, 179 West Washington St. 

Prominent among the furniture establish- 
ments of Inr^iannpolis is that of Mr. J. N. 



kl 


Chen 


and 


fo 


dins: 


loun 


leadm„ 


factor 


b> 


Mr." 


>Iorl 


fi% 




rs pr 


br 


anch 


of tra 




extL 


ndtJ 


la 







fifty VI,.: ,, 

makc'r'Lu;,-..-...i,: v.-... . 
MICHA?:L O'NEILL, 

MeRCH-VNT T.MLriR 

St. 
This gentleii 

His 



mplished, rapid progress in Ican.ii 
red. Mr. Liijhtford^ has tor thirtv 
s been a resident of the United Stir 
' proportion of that time having 
f ill tliis city. He is a gentleman of 

!ing in the front rank of mechanica 



, BUTLER i DOHERTV, 



5 pre-e 






Washii 
lOx^-Ki 1 



CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS. 



50.1 



e D. K. Butler, Jr., and Jame^ Dohei 



,. J. GERSTNF.R. 



^insr I factured are the "A.H.F," "?Vank's Best" and 
s 6t' ; "Kin-Charles" whiica numberof other brands 
-'- 1 are made for his wholesale trade. Mr. Frank 
I is a native of Indiana and v.-a^ born in iS-,-. 
He has resided in this cit^ nine years and is a 

DARROW BROS, 

Decorativk Jon Printers, 33 West 
Maukkt St. 
This firn 



rloved at h.- ■:.. :.. !'-■ 




-:.... -- •. V, •■,.■ , -..1 W: ;■ C, !' .•■■.v 


money by the t^iiure oi the 


JoalSnoapBank: 


is a native of InJian.ipnli- and wa^ bnrn 


tut by h'is oun energy ami 




March IJ, iSoo, and his brother, Mr. G. S. 


the position which he no\ 




Darrow, was also born in this citv, June 13, 


the representative inercha 


nts and business 


1S63. 


men of the Capital City, 


where he has re- 


S. L. WARNER, 






UN1iF.RT..\KKR, 62 AND 64 West Mary. 


A. H. FRANK, 




CiG.-VRS .\ND TOH,StlC 


No. iSo South 


The undertaking establishment which has 


Illinois St. 




been conducted by Mr. Warner since iSSo is 


This factory (No. 110) 


vas established in 


one of the oldest in the city, liavinij been 


'\6 and has been under its 




orisjinallv e^tablir-hed thirty vears ai;o. The 


^.^ementforlhepa^tfnev. 


ir-. Coninirncin!,^ 


main otlu'c and furni-liint; ro'mi^ a'_ &; and 64 


Oiisiness upon a c.-i ;..!., ;• 






■'.>• honorable mtrtl.. 






'■■"•;^ business lia^ -r 






'^So his product- ■. ■■ 







STATK OI' INIMANA. 



tions now closely approximate ?. 
LOUIS MANHKIMIiR, 



.nt I HARRY FOWLER, 

■'«' I Gallery op Pho 

'US I East Washixcton 

^'^- \ This i, one of the 



IS, F.-rc , Nos. S2 / 

St. 

e jewelry house of Mr. LoiiU 



Ol- I Fo.^lJ 

847. 



,, I participated in'manv of tlie most ^import.r,! :| 
, I and memorable engagements ot" the war anl I 



ich, Mr. Harr 
polls Light Ini.i 



L, 84 SOL-TI 
The "Planters' Hotel," which was originally 



For a period of twenty-three years 
' of Mr.J.W.TutuilerhasbeenKlen, 
I the boot and .shoe trade in the citv ol 



tion'of eighteen j hdi! 
'of'tlK-' RdKlHon 1 M^r 



CirV OF INDIANArOL 



HOLLWEG .V RF.n.SE, 



15. W. Cole, in t!iL- OJd Fellows' , 



ThMio-.-e ^^a 
piietor in i',^;; 
established. 1p. 






STATK OF IXPIANA. 



Jttle Falls, N. Y., for tuo 



H. TECHENTIX \- CO., 

WiruLESALE AVD ReT.' 

2-- iJouTu Mekidiax S 



SALSBURV .^ \INTOX PAPER CO, | 



Maryland Si. 

The Central Papc 

operated by the Salsl 



Mill of India 



ployed 



GernK.r 




sided ii 




years, a 




MRS. 


\. S. FOULER 


Hl; 


MAN HAik Good. 



CITV OF INDIANAPOLIS. 

.iloring business, j J. I. DAVIS, 



. L. W. MACK, 



ready c. 
tlleaJ^,- 
enabled 



CHARLES BUS 



Aillnpplv 

lo radical < 

opL-ratLd 

e without 



'ILL. M. IIAAG, 



i Block, ^ 









cals, pio 








tancv' . 




and liqu 
in a firs 


ors iov 
Tiiscella 


nctrop 


this desc 


ription. 


Spec 


tothepr 


scriptio 


1 depa 


XmK^-^' 




phvsi 


Mr. Charles Bus 


'",'■' \ 


Countv, 


Ind., ail 




resided 


n this 










Mr. bus 


;.-,,,,,,; 





SOS STATE OF INDIANA. 

where he a.-qvili-ix-l s tn^te for nnd some knowl- i Ave., \\i". r 
edge of the druij bu-siness. He sub.sequentlv price- :'i ! 

entered the drug store oi Mr. F. A. Bryan iii | packa- • 

lhoroii;,^h knowle-lge of the bu.ine^s in alfit^ 
departments. ! : - . >. 

WM. WILKINSON. 

Among the l■.r^ ■ - - ;:: t - -.;:■■ i- i 
the above -entU' , : :. . ' > 

Canle,- Del., in i : . m ' . . . ' :- 

Harri-buri; an-! I. : - , ;. ■ , .r ■. . 





CATHCART, CLELAND i: CO., 




Books, St.\tionerv, etc.. No. 26 E.\'.t 

W..\SHINGTON- St. 


another 


This house was originally established thirty 
vears ago and in 1S72 came'into the possession 
of Cathcart i: Cleland. and in iSSi .Mr. W. F. 



: CHRISTIAN BRINK, 

Cigars and Tofs.a.cCo, 4S E.\s 



B.ATES TRANSFER, 
Office, Nos. 21 CiR 



CITY OF INDIANAPOIJS. 5( 

arul liis stock in every department is full and j which it is emploved, propelled bv stea 





:,'re h 


V krpt to ,ap- 
ade, which i. 
Mr. l;riiik i- 
e was boru in 
ny years been 




<'l'''"'' 


"':" 


-r 


'/i''''\' "i"! ",',r 


PHILIP DOHX. 


FlKNI 


tlre; Wake- 

11 Mi.RlllAS 




on 'of 'h 


.' is und 
s elde- 


Jr the iinni 
.on, Chii 


e's' Dohn, who 






transactiors, the iiniforni rri i , : ' Liates 

diicts and the almost pi..' -. \ : :. alinj: 

which has attended his eiTuri. -,,. . i;. ;, a . |. .•<■;;:,( i .. i ■ u-c. wl 

tion of his present enterpn-< in i>Aj-, ui.ci. nc . anui.,ni. is J<.iivci! nc 

scale, depending solely upon his own resources j Illinois and Mssouri 

and his own manual labor for the oriijinal 1 points. Mr. Dohn is 



has succeeded in . rt- may 



■'Fatherland," where the x. 
ship is very thorough. 






ter in iS66. 
J. R._COV. I 



; .re CO., 

rORS, MAK.K1.E 

:ts, Cok. Ohi 



TE OF INDIANA. 



areJ.R.Cowit: 
the building a 
partnensarej. 



the present p; 



MERCHANTS' DESPArCH TRA 
PORTATION COMPANY. 
C. C. I'u;rck, Ar,RNT; :: Soi-rn P 






s of the company 1 
lative of New York i 



CITY OF INDIA 

increased Bi 
>ns. Mr. in 



nid builder, and «ith the 



liere accorded among the representalive busi- 
ness operations of tlii-s city and state. 

CUTLER & SAVIDGE LUMBER CO.. 



.T AND New York Lake, M 

establishments of In- manul!-. 

L-ialtv of the manulac- and dc-i^ 

I. -oils, cakes, etc., for ! vard- 1>. 

tcdbv .Mr. B. Howard I bama ,^- 



branch at Micliu 












from New Yoi k i. 




in the West. Th 




established at Spri 


ngUa 



rangements. I 
the best varieti 

specialty of the 



STATE OF, INDIANA 



UNION" 
J- 



uc.uld not reln.cju,- j 



SHERMAN HOfS 
N0S.20 AND 22 L 
Detot; W. M.i 



well adapted to the purpoM.'^ 
L- voted. It is a favorite stop- 



le in re 


ar 


of all is the pai 


ns. On 


tl 


e west side fron 


he dint 




room, 30x60 feet, 


pacity 


°o 


ne hundred. In 


the kite 


he 




entire le 


ng 


h of the building 


dividin 




d floor 
d in the 
n dime 


ba 


he parlor and r 

-.us. Under no 
ed or disorderly 


the ba 






he hon 




has also telephon 


n^ with 


all 


parts of the citv. 


undied 


sle 


uping apartments 



holders by 
double the 
pany «as c 



CITY OF ixniANAroi.is. 



INDIANAPOLIS MANUFACTURERS' 
AND CARPENTERS' UNION, 

South' New Jersey'st.""' 
The p'anin^r n,ills and door, sash and blind 
luctorv at Xos. 38, 40 and 42 South New J.; 






the I-ic 



iapo!N 



lumber''' 



lin-, rough and urc-ud pine, pop- 
. lumber. Thev also make a prom- 
ialty of workinsj flooring, dressing; 



C. S. BUTTERFIELD & CO., 



in Indianapolis in 
all his !i!e, except- 
in Colun.buj, O., 



,'etic mr-nagorof 
.'inJ, :;nd ua. 



iNDiAXAPnr.rs XATroxAi. hank. 



CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS. 



is; other luiporlr.iit posi- 



C. A. WALLINGKORD. 

Ar-mite.t,RoomS49a: 
cS:SnARrEB.\NK Bl-ildi 

In tlie wiHr li.-l 1~ of ini_'enn 



public ecUlices nnd homes. 
RICHARDS & BUTLER, 



Wallinglbi-a 1 

of arch I- 
of deccr.i : ■ 



STATE OF INDIANA. 



,s k > 



He so: 
Ind., ^^ 



Co., hut 
Her.exi 

Springh 



when 
Ind., c 



City Flour Miib, \vh 
"EngiM r WorL 'im";; 



^e.irs, pert'ormcd a i-olii 



tcred en: 










period o, 










nentpp- 










terpris.:. 












o thu=c 








orTll'ki: 


nd., a d. 




e ^vith whi 




open CO 
relations 


rrespondence and 


esiabiibh bu 


:sine-,s 


Tiii: 


ixui; 


'.NAPOLIS SURGIC 


AL 




I 


NSTITU'J 


L'E, 




And Am.:k: 


[(.AN- Mam 


.-FACTORY OV 


■St^R 



CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS. 

: made. | binder opened his pre 



uth of the statements here made, i bmder opene 
circulars, references, etc., will be | 'has been wor 



; binder constiti 



opei 



n office fc 



llie Deerii 



' Manufoc 



ALGIRE MANUFACTURING CO., 

i Dishes; Work.s ( 

.\ND PoGUe's Rl'N-. 



Wood Bn 



erv farmer who has anv 
;o cut has become, or is 
■of a twine binder. Com- 
;ring binder have sprung 

s the strong hold that the 



t plac 



I the e: 
methods of t; 



anything that w 



stock of $u 
John R. Pea 



to the sides, i 
as of greatly ir 






1 the bindin 



binder rather than the biiid.-r to t 

great saving of labor. The mechai 

Deering binder is in every respect simple j plant of 

and easily understood. The twine used is I Michig; 

very smafl and inexpensive. A notable differ- ( about o 

ence between it and its 



together , the market. Tlie dishes are manufactured of 
tirst to ' sweet gum, and the facilities of these works at 

in to the i the present time enable them to produce loo,- 
grain, a ooo per day, the demand for which exists in 



effects; 



a the g 



:ompanv, located at I 
and Fugue's Run,c 

e of ground upon wl 

spacious building looxioo fe 

s, equipped 

eclion of 



bound by the di 
that the Deeri 
tached to a bar 
far ahead of al 



rs. In addition to 
took the first prize 
fall of iSSi, which 



n the manufactory, which is conducted 
le in-.mediate supe'rvision of Mr. Alonzo 
iho is a thoroughly experienced and 

■e ability, formerly associated witii the 



STATE OF INDIANA. 



Udel woi-ks of this city. Mr 
^on, the Pre-^ident, !<; a P.i!i 
Pa., and ha^ for several ye.i 
tion of Superintendent of t 


John R. 
eof Piitsh 

s held the 


of this n'; ■:.' •: ! •..- ■ 

bl•sine..^s experience and can 
leading position in the con 
trade in all sections of the Vi 


nVeliaric. 


FLETCHER'S B.VNK:, 





I IRMER & MOENCH, 



ere is prolj 


iblv n 
trv wl 


ich 


Dffe 




fo'r ad 


J Iter 




erious and 
























upulons u 









banking, collection and eNL!,,r . 
the number of depositors .it II. i. 
on their books exceeds 3,500. 
A. Fletcher, the founder of this 



standard stvles o 
and fanciful deM J 
i confectionery. 

! portion of Kentii. 



upon Mr. Moenc 
are both einphat 



■nv OF INDIANA I'OLIS. 



I made a specialty of the treatment of dis 
hro.1t and liuig | ol' the tliroat and liiiigt;, cons.uinption, ^ 






Remedy and Ch:'.mt.ion Lir 

enre without a^pJ^M^ [\ 
sold by .1rugsi>ls gc.u-ra!ly 
the UtiUed ytatcs. ,A:n.i 
pgenfs are A. Keeftr, S 
r.rownmc; .'v; Sloan, Iiv.r. : 
lev.t Co", and Cook A- i; i| 



ST ATI: OF INDIANA. « 

1 
t, whicli have | been identified witli the lumber trade am! ■;. ■ % 

hich ;.re nou- I branch. 'lie has resided in Tndiana"in -e' -V . '! 
1; section, of ; and in (his citv since 1S5S. He is a prjr'\' i 
' ■■•-i-'-~r.< ..>-:■■•.;;,, ^r hv trade.'but has be^n -..u-" i 



, KLEE \- COLEMAN, 



[DIAXAPOLl.S VIONEER WORKS, 
M. n. W:m. I.S.MS,, v, Agknt, Tf.r.mini 



size, a n... -^ •: . 1.. : ',;: ■ -. •■. , 




notice and upon the nin^i - ■ :■; 






Their annual sales reach .:■ . - ■' 






various styles of beveraL-- , • . . 


latest improved construction espe 


ciaily aclapt- 


extends to all sections of Ir, : 


ed for the delicate work of cutting; 




more than one hundred tou-.. r. :, .■ .,■ u, 


been intro.lLjccl. v. !,i h f,,r perfect 




A two inch artesian well foru leeL it, de|>i 


and t!.,.: .._ .' ■■;.■..'' r^ in ever^ 


way for the 


supplies the purest water which i>. distribute 


purp . > ; . .-.t surpas 




throutjh the working departments, an abundai 


similar ; ■ - , -i. > 1, : ,Mn in the 


Union, and 


supply being always obtained. One sinL;l 


with p... ]:■]: .1 .; ,;!,■ exception 


ot equalled 


and three double teams are required tor delii 


by any in u^e at the present das 


The sup- 


ery purposes and a competent force of exp' 


plies of material are purchased IV 


om the hard 


rienced hands is employed in the manufac 


■wood lumber districts of the Sou 


hern, West- 


turing department, where is to be seen a 


em and Northern Spates, onU 


the finest 


iinproved bottle washing and corking machint 
the invention of Mr. L. Leidigh, tbrmerl 


grained and most beautilui var[ 








connected with this house, now of Klee. Cole 


the more CKpensive v.uir 1 




man & Co. of Louisville. Mr. J. Klee is 


South America, Europe .11; 1 i; 




native of Germany and was born in iS^ 






Mr. H. Coleman was born in OIno in uS;. 


ployed by this compa■n^, :, 




and Mr. R. Stver, the pr-.. lir ;,:,■..,■ ,, u 


■whose products extend (.. ■ , - 




born in Pennsylvania in in;i J • . 



e ot West Vir 
rlisearlv life « 
and New Yor 



rade not surpassed by an 
e West, both lor the exct 

;'.r.d the em-icncy of its 



IXniANAPOLIS. 
liar dent 



the Vinton Iron Works, is 
ong resident of IndiaiiapoHs 
1S54. He studied law and v 



•INTON IRON' WO:<KS, 



AUGUST ERBRICH, 



z, with office 01 



li^hed Peceniber 



d out here 


art 0: 


iK:r own invention 


than that of an^^ ■ ■ > t- 


esig,,, prot 




Icttei:, patent ho.n 


tion ot the pnx:,. : ■ , , • 


'nited State 


s Gover 


nnient, and embrace 


South, thev inu-t ■ : -r 


lost desirab 




es v.-hich practical 


beer, and 'depen>ii ., ... „ . • :p- 


have demon 


strated t 


be of value. All 




are ni:.de to 




nd are interchangea- 


an article which is not surp.^s^ed bv the most 


hus en = urin^ 


penect 




famous producers of tlie United States. Spe- 






to replace anv por- 


cial arrangements have been made tor secur- 




becoine 


broken or di'sabled 


ing lowest shipping rates, another feature 




Specim 


ens of the machinerv 


whicli must contribute to the inducements pre- 


factured he 




exhibited at the In- 


sented to dealers by this agency. Mr. August 




n Expos 


tion at Atlanta, Ga., 


Erbrich, the energetic ayent.'is a native of 


Si.andalthc 


ugh the 


V were not placed in 


Selesea, Germanv, where he was born in !S46. 


on until the 




e davs o< the expo- 


In 1S63 he entered as a volunteer into the 


, thev attra. 
he most la 




: ,i- .,i.,,n andelic- 


Prussian Army, in which he served both in 
infantrv and ca'valrv for a period of nine years. 
In 1S64 he was in all the proininant engage- 


sanddipl7>; 






ments against Denmark. In 1S66 he partici- 






;c var,.n.s styles of 


pated in the engagements of the war with 


maniifactur 


ed, this 




Austria and in iSyoand 1S71 in manv of the 


specialty 




4'oved'wate^r h'eTter 


eng.igementsofthe French War. He came 


purifier, th 


e inven 


tion of Mr. Zscheh. 


to this countrv in 1S7J, landing at Boston, 



STATE OF INDIANA 



};rnxi , liandleJ b'.- this hoi;-^ m '.^ \j, ._; u,. 
lo h.-ae ro equal ir. tlie market.' ' 

AMERICAN PAPER PULLEY CO., 




, 1- : a nuukct in all scctiuiis of the c.vilizca v.j;:,: 

lii^ ' THE MERCANTILE AGANCY OF R- 

'■'J ! G. DUN & CO., 

.'.'^ R. L. Scarlett, Manager, 6 Black- 

l'.^. I FORD Block. 

.1 ". ' Till- aiieiicv, \Uiich i, the oMe-! of it- c!.-.- 



CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS. 



■.-Other ci 


neii. Mr 


ho enj 

ce of r 

Scarl 


^■ork. A 
lion he a. 
G, Dun .: 




' , '" 



523 

t cure known for 
rheiiniatiMii and 
arn in Louisville, 



ids, rel- 
pressed 
'.? spe- 



GRAND HOTf.L TURKI.SH BATH 

ROOMS, 

C. E. Shaw, Prop.; 37 West M.\ri 



. L. HEMPLE.MAN, 



s j desirable I'ines of 



lES AND NOTIOX 


, No. 563 SOLTH 


v.v St. 




be found at all t 




s of home sui^pli 


s, selected with 




rements of cily 




'.r. .T U-adin^ 








■ '■■- -P'ces- 




■ ■; ms and 




.■, ,, lounded 




.11 that 




^; .^ ■, Lake, 



STATE OF INDIANA. 



^any F, ii;^d , Brooklyn for iS mo 
1 Jing. ^ the in the fail ol 1S73. 



organized. 
P. LIEHR, 



exper.L-nc 


.■a ar^ 






furnish d 


ssigns 


plan 


s, spec 






vleo 


:"buildi 


try. 









at No. 2:;3 Nor 


h Noble S 


equipped and ne 
pied for busines 
varieties of h« 


Ulv kept J. 
s purposes 



TY OF INUIAXAPOI.IS. 



I iocfiv?d an b 



FOR P. F. COLI.IE 

Rook Publishkk, : 
Vam.; WAThR St.Nk' 



GATES iv: PRAY, 

Livery and Boarding Stables, 73 
7.; Wahash St.; Makket St. Stai 
tS'oRTH OF East Market. 
The pre^.ent p.iitnership of this concern 
formed in iSf';, The fir-u occupi.- con- 
House ir.i '•■' . ' >' ;' ■■ -■ < >' Y ,' ■ • 
ket Sp-1^-. ■ 



t N. HEIMS & CO., 



T. S. WILSON & SOX, 



Mr. T. S. Wilsor 



business 
Vance 



STATE OK INDIANA. 



STEPHEN GRAY, 



which patrons rnav make the:; 
The cutting department is ikc 



.S n. CORBALEV, 



CITY OF 1X1) 



liP Cn 


imt 


• Recordci 


Ma 

ndian 
n the 


p"'l 
difl 


County, 
.-,, «heri h 


Inved 




bookkLept 


riioins 


& Co. for tlire 



•. O PATTERSON, 



til 


. iiij 


cio 


US adm 


inistration 


of Ml". E 


busines 


h 


s inci-c 


ased fully 


-o per cer 


lu" 


t.tifd 
1 gro 


~\° 


recogr 
■ hous 


s of"th"'c 


pital Cit_ 


L 


:vv 


& 


SCIIOFIELD, 






Liv 


ER 


Y, Sal 


E AM hx 


HANGE S 



0. Pnlt, 
llshed i; 



pur^el." HU livery ri.'^':, 




inip^-achai.ie probiiv' 


and most stylish in' the e 






li^lephone \yifl receive pro., 




N. HOFxMEISTER 


Patterson, who is a native a. 




Groceries, Pr 


r.f Indianapolis ^vas born in 




AN,, 350 E AS. N 


.1 A. BLACK, 




This busines, u.^ 
1S59. In iS6S .M. 


TiAN Ave. ' 


ETC., 211 ChRIS- 


bu1ldinV*«Tth ba', - 


At ;he ahove location a 


commodious and 


sions, o°n a lot os'.r, 


>:' ::venientl_\ arranged sales 




size. That portidi; 


choice and >.Ieot a-tortm 


the display of a 

nt of staple and 


c-?rri^l''a ^t^o'jk'o'' • 



plies, '"^ri,, .:. : 
about $2,u«, an 
'■xceed $50000 
HendricksCou, 



STATE OF INDIANA 



JAMES M. BUCHANAN, 

Iron- Road Plows, ■WAr.oN.-. S:c.. 2 -^ 




CITY or INDIANAPOLIS. 



STOUT & RAU, 

CoAt, AND Coke, 77 We,' 



S-j";:; . 



•N'ATHAN RAYMOND, 

CtiEMisT AND Druggist, No. 302 Mas- 
sachusetts Ave. 
Tlic e-iabU!,hment of thi.s gentleman, who 



e located at No. 77 Wc- 



5:',0 STA1 i: OK INDIANA. 

County, Ind., M;i_v lo, iS.)i,and while- ciuite a and general 



C. FRIEDGEX, 



lES.No. 21 North Pun: 



I I J. F. RESENER & SON, 



G. \V. VAN SICKLK, 



CITV OF INDIANAPOLIS. 



nd was born in iS6o. 
vith his lather in "busi- 
J in the i.resent busi- 



ANTHOXY PRANGE, 



■ H. KEELY ^: SON. 
Gkockrik nnk Pr..vimon.s,Cor. Mar- 

The po; : „: , , - .u<e locatod at th.- 



a clerk in the groeery 
Mr. Cliarles Pran-e, and 
1 an interest in the busi- 



STATE OK INDIANA. 
n and opLfied a 



HENRY SCHWINGE, 



ROWN r.ROS., 



S. N. GOLD & CO., 



CITY OF INDIANAl'OLIS. 533 

V. Soon after arrivin? here, by the , mevcr is a native and lifelong resident of this 
1" his father and sister, Sir. Doerr was 1 city and was born in 1S5S. fie learned the jew- 
P.pon hi- O'.vn resources. He obtained eIrV trade wiHi Jlr. F. Weber, and was eni- 



loted a boarding; house ; 



>r about 
of lair 



.\M GRIFFIN, 



- r, beautv of finish 
. hv thcVe of any 
' ..We^t. Mr r.eu- 



■SCHULMEYER BROS., 



pent nianv vears in pcrlectincr him 
rt to which he has devoted his att. 
lis portraits are universally prone 

. WE.ST, 



little ( 



STATE OF INDIANA. 



Hereth is a native and lifelong re 
dian.i and was born in 1S42 and i^ 
and experienced harness maker. 



Sit by the 
litter tjen- 



both C ' 

pieti;.:;\ 



AD. HERETII, 



""* I GEORGE SPERR, 

nts I Mf.AT M.\RKt;T, CoRNEl 



,nv, was born in iS,i. He c 
lited States in tSji, landing at 



CITY OF !NlJIAXA)'OLlS. 



J. R. CARNEY, 



.T, 1J3 South Ili 
rf.-tnuiant, which is c 
rH-nted, is 17x6.1 feet 



catcd and expenctL-a ph. 
CHAS. F. ABRIGHT. 



CONK.\ 



he nov. . 

P'-tent ii. 



STATE OF INDIANA. 
RLE.S H. BROICH, i D. P. IllSSELL, 

^ERMAN PrESCRU-TIOX DrI'GGIST, { 1 lOKSEbHOEK, 33 SoUTM Al, AMAM A St. 



mV. Bissell ' 
, N. v., a.Kl ^ 



trdwilh Mr. J. M. Nci^.. 



JOHN BARRY, 



, 31 Virginia Ave. 
::nced biisines.s in this city 



TKER, No. II Ma,sa- 



CITY OF IXDfANAPOLI 



II. F. TOMPKINS, 
Drcggtst, 190 In-i.i/ 



I'iquoiV^ 



'J-o 

thi. 


departin 


nt'-^ 


I'ion .1.. : 




To 

II°e 


Ipkii 
n in 


S3S 


cod I 




th 


MRS. S 

DVF 

Mrs. I 


C. 
H. 


r.iR 


CH.\RD, 
22 Virgin-! 
omrnenced 


bi 



EDWARD DESSERT, 
Boot and Shoe Stoi 
j l)tLA^v.^RI.; St. 

At this estai)li,hnicnt wii 



MRS MARY COBLE, 



ie! Coble, u:i~ in lir^ - 
•during the list year of 
lion, wliere his htalth 1 



STATE OF INDIANA 



A. CKKi;no.\ 



quentlv removinc; to Ln Crosse, \Vi. 
this cUy in iS6y; 

JOSEPH BRADO, 



MRS. L. UARNES, 



Barnes 
St. A 
propert 



ALBERT BARTHEL, 



CITY OF INOIANAPOt.IS. 
COLLFXTION ; Charloiteville, Ind., then :■ 
n of b..sine« that i> 1 '^7^ he opened a shop or. C;, 



JAMES CHAMBERS. 



JOHN' FROM HOLD, 
Draler tn- Fresh. 
Meats, Boloc-.na, 



istvated papers- 
inklin Square, 



,,U I JOHN' HANF, 

:nt Saloon- ani 

High and V 

!+9 h^Pn'-'^v-"^'^ 



STATE OI- INDIANA 

ni-v Klanke in j This busin. 
,v,;iied with the | Mrs. Davet 
T-d A-o.->'in I 30; Vir-Ini; 



prise oil 
MRS. S 



I D. & G. SELLERS, 



The business has grown to its 



original firm of C 
C. FRY, 



of 'the 



a«E,-' 199 SoUT.i 
.as e-tahlished a 



ciuring t'le past two ver^r^ devoted 1- 
A J. lOHR & CO., 

The house' of A. J. Johr & Co., w 



INDIANAPOLl 



iS66, .-It Raleigli, N. 
C. DIETRICliS, 



Mr. C. D;etrich<. 



parenl. v, 

of c:,i-ri: = . ■ : • '. 
for n.,,:. . ■ , ■, 

he ha/i 

to bi:-iiu- . -■ ' .: ;■ i .1: 

W. H. ROBERTSON, 



3 Store, Xo. 3.^0 West 
e^tabli'ib.'cl bv Mr. Otto 



ERNEST BERNHARDT, 



STATI-: C;F INDIANA. 
! done in feed for 



■s of age. He landed a 



NOEL BRO.S., 



J. n. CAMERON. 



ANESHAENSEL & SIROXG, 



CITY C)I- INDIA 



AmoriCT the thoroii^lilv reliable hou«cs in I 
i^ line mav be mentiuned tt,e above cstnb- 
hni.nt. Thi^lumse ■.vasestubll-hed In iS7[ 
r it-i present manaseniciit 



I Mr. Staley in Marcii, 1SS2. Mr. Stalev i< i 
: native of Indiana and «as born in j'lariun 
- County in 1S.19. He was engaged in a>;r;(.ul- 
[ tnral pursuits and for four vear.= in n^illino- 
, operations previous to embarking iu liis pres'^ 
ent enterprise in iSSj. 



iSSi. Mr. Schoen dev 



WILLIAM GOEBLER, 

Central Dye House, 9 Cir 
The Central Dve House, local. 



ein;-,.u~ 1,0m : ;jj,.-„.oved proce. 



"ROOSEVELT IIOISE," 



m."HIL11.MEI!;R, 



I. N. STALEV, 

Grockries and Pr( 



. ;-'S East Wash- 
e popular Tr.ercbant 



uck piece 

-l.ionable 
• in Slock 



produce, provisions, cis;ai 
•'m-. .nc. This bv:Mn..--.. 
by Mr. James I'edan, who ^ 



icco, no- the old settlers ai 
cecde'd bv I b'u'siness'on'lii'J'o 



STATE OK INDIANA. 



Indiimapolis and vas born November ;S!li, 
1S43. He was employed as a clerk with Mr, 
il. Rodenwold on Vii-yiiiia Ave; ollerward. 



it location. 
HrjNG, 



develop this branch of industry in India: 
FRED. LICHTENAUER, 



icturers of fine 
"v of tashionable 



■sided in Columb 



o.vs, Cor. We: 
■ivas founded 1 



A. SABBE, 

Groceries, Provisions, etc.. No. k 
Broapwav. 
This grocery house came into the posse 



CITV OF INDIANAPOLIS. 



I gaged in the grocery business, being appointeJ 
in 1S77 state and 'county tax collector, d'j- 

I vctin;; hi; ntu-ntion to tlio duties nf flu; ofTice 



J. H. KEENAN, 

AfOTHKCARY, COK. NoiiLE AND B VTI 

: Sts. 

Tlu^ establishment was founded by its pre 



J. S. CAMPBEH,, 

Grockiues, PRonLX-F., Klei), etc., i 
Chfustian Ave. 
■riiis house wis c-!ah!ished in 1S7S upon 



dence of all. 
I JOHN KRUPP, 






-icd to liidi-inanoli, and was 



This iG the on); 

1871. A shop -• 
employee" turn,. 

6,500 c,.:, :. 1 



was born in 1S4;. lie came to the United 
States in i-S^S, landing at New York, from 
which .-iv Ik- picceeded to D,u ton, O, and 



STATE OF INDIANA 



I:. 11. SHAV,', 




Dry Gooi 


,s, Ni.rio.N> 


Mr. E. >1. ^■ 


,,.,,,. 






oiiglilMie, :i ^al. 




adequate lor tl 




did not then ev 




yeiu-'s sales ai. 




"1S79 he took ]« 




rooms, iSxioo 


eel ill di,.:, 


cums gallery i. 


the rear c- 


nery departine 


nt. The a^ 


stock now car 


ied v.ill elc 


$10,000 ..nJ i.is 




000 to $;g,ooo 


Mr. Shas 



it, remaiiij; about five mon 
visited Calitbrnia and Ore 



THOMAS GAMBOLD, 



c,. 


A 

cla> 
boU 
Mr 
flou 


•s' 


ng tl 


e popular e 
conducted b 


slabli 
V Mi 

:tab!i 


shraent 
Thorn 

!,ed ir, 


and 


ch'a 


to 











i83,-„ but has re-ided ii 



G. H. KEVLER, 



SOUTH HOUSE, 

J. M. SoL-TH, Proprif, 



CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS 



burg, llenJricks Co.mtv, and'engriged in tl 
manufacture of chairs until 1S70. 

R. II. SCOTT. 



;:';;rl:t:'^;:}l)^' 



HENRY SCHMIDT, 

Me.^t M.nkket, 4G7 SoiTii Mei 



pli-hcd workmen. 

C. E. KREGELO .V WHITSETT, 

Flner.\l Directors, Nos. 77, 79 and Si 

Xo:UU I)EL.\V.-.\RF. bT. 

This house was original'.v es.tablished in 
1S69 and w.is then located at 77 East Market 



';:,!.'■; ■.^■^;\.>'m^S£' 


°n "is" 
Soon 


1S61. 
and 
after 






the 


e.-.t.ibli,hnier.t ol" Mr. Reitiel, wit 




u he 


remained until purchasing his 




and 


good \sill. 






JOHN STEVENS, 








No. 


Bu- 


cuAN-.vN St., Cor. Sot;TH Ea 


ST St. 





54S • STATE OF INDIANA, 

bk-, nn old goods being allowed to accumulnte. | W. H. KERN, 



F. 1'. SMITH & CO.. 



. and all 
nient and 



tuckv but has resided in this state since in- 
tan.v. Darin;; t'le war of tlie rebellion he 
served from iS6.' until 1664 in the United 

charge, "u'isson ami" business associate, Mr. 
H. B. Smilli, is a n..:tive of Indiana and was 
born at Broun-burg in 1859. He was edu- 



HENRY SLUSHER, 



JOHN ROSENBER 



CITY OF INl) 



%V A ONER'S HOTEL. 
Stables and Wag< 



S.:;^^^ ."r «55 i -"^'^J^' 



guests and boarders, which c 
-''" libera! public considera 
■s. He also owi 



■ WILLIAM I. RIPLEY, 



■ j with first class" hacks and riirs of every de- 
. 1 scription. He has ample stabling capacity for 






STATE OF INDIANA. 



CARL MOLLER, 



, in Virginia. At the expira 



]. M. HITCHCOCK, 

l,-',.rv wn Feed Staule, J23 Ea.« 



■iSSi. The oM 
3ved to the rear 



.SANUKR i: KKCKEK, 

FlK MirKE, 103 A.ND I05 E,\ST Wa 



44x90 feet i 

and i-.^i 
purpo . , 



I. M. MYERS, 

Groceries .\nd PROvisr 
ANA Ave. 

'• Thi.s grocery and provision 

tahli,hcd by it^ present propr 



CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS, 
infantry, partici. ! KPHRAIM CONFARK, 



ins honorably discl: 



ai.ci provision trade -ince Ilia 
; W. H. KRAMER, 
j Mkat Market, 3[yVii< 

i Tl.e popular n.nrket am! m 
! \V. II. Kranur, at No. 5i(, A 



.rev's Car- ' be~t vJ,;; 



. S. WJLSOX, 



the table is reversed for the 
nrk proper. . For the h( 

.'ine side, i^ p.rran<:ed for i- 



' meet the deir.anJ. 
I L. II. RKXKERT, 



L Dki-g I 



. .-> 


"1 


1 

1 r 


ll 

t 



— Zj known as the 
:f| '-no,." Fly am! 



rrincipal, upon 

to Mr!wnson bv f-^^'IS SIERSDORFER, 

the United .State.s , Central Shop. Store, No. 41 E 

Government. Oc- ' Washington St. 

lober ;,oth, 1^77. | The present buMne-^s is the out-rowth of 

tlK ipa^lheordi- i enterprise which was inaugurated it. 1^63 

. i-lvant:.L;es j Mr. Sier-dorfer at II North Meridian St., 

.1. aiiK.n- : salesroom at that location being onlv u 

'M,e in use ; leet in dimensions. In 1S6S he rem'ovec 



CITY OF INDIANAPOI.IS. 

at the present time his annual I and special attention is paid to coi 
eacli more than $40,000. From 1 plivsicians' prescriptions, tamily r 

-■;■ 'h" Mir. ' 1 .M'.i'iir :,ri-f r.vor- \ istil/. is a native of" NVurtembera", 

,....■, , . , i: ; . '.il and was born in iS^3. Hecameto 

, , /■ Ml i After residing'in LouisvillerKv., 



553 

:iie Vnite'd 
evv York. 



•of his i. 
Si^^r^Tiorl 



S. r. WATILEY, 










al ph; 


the busint 


ss. 


e of n. 


SMILE\ 


& 


SON 


2(;?30 


'a^ 


D 38 b 



.STILZ A: HOFFMAN, 

German- Pharmacy, 69 East Wai 



STATE OF IXniAXA. 



HORACE A. CO.MSTOCK, 

Watches, Clocks and Iewelry, No. • ■ ■ ■"■ ' • • ■ 
15 XoRTU Illinois St. " , IH'O'-' '-'^ ^-■•■■ 

Mn Horace^\. Co'.ttol'was o'iwit^^^ j ^UCAS WF.IILE, 



I Mr. lAic-as U'ehle at No. 194 En-t W'a.-^i-.ii 



Com.toc 


iTis a I.: 


in Dp.vtf 




identifie 


uitli tho 


when h 




which h 


:; i^ ackno 




workmn 


dianapS 




othor p 


.ties pie^ 


present 


nterpn-e. 


A. B. ^ 


EURER 


Prl 


SCRIl-riON 



.;■ 1: .!".d , A. J. MILLER, 
' '" '"■ i Drl-ggist, 72; 

'".'■ '-■J by TON- St. 



CITY OF INDIANAPOI-IS. 
more limn thir- i He learned the butchering busini"s> 

o, :;,..,,■■,,-.■■ ' panics prior to en;j,n;iip,t; in biiMncfs 
. ;... D. A. P.OIILEN, 



jOHX H. CRAIG. 






the best articles a 



UGirST E- RA11KL-- 



BERTERMAXX BROTHERS, 

Florists, Salksroo.ms, 74 East Wa^^h- 
iNGTox St.; Grfenholses, Cor Lie- 
ERiY ,1ND New Yokk Sts. 
Aninn^' the k.Miii- (loricultural e>t.iblish- 

tnr.N ,,•■ !■ ', • :..■;- • r' V , - !';..!ed bv 



STATK OI-' IXDIAN'A 



JOHN" EGCER, 



DANIEL O'LEARV, 

GsOCF.IiTES Axn 1 



Mo'-.i : 1' ' A ^ 1 csiJcricc of Mr. Eij- 
jer'- , i'v where he is be--t 

?lccti>' , . : I ' ! .. ^~ ek-cled member ofthe 

>eiiig a Repubiican and tlii-, a Demoerauc 

H. NICOLAI, 

Meat Market, 62 Massachl-sktts Ave. 

This is one of the leading meat markets in 



position with the Mcrcn, 



CITY or iN'ni.vNAroLis. 



irUs of our 
■;,rriod on ir 
Lt No. 7< -. '- 



S-GKS.M.O 



557 

s, Ohio, Io«a, Mis- 



EDWARD 1!. DRAKE, 



;: pi'rpo-^e: 

selected Slock 



■ofjACCo, No. 96 North 
.-upiVd bv Mr. Dr.ikc lor 






York. He was enguyed 
the drv goods businis.- 
New Lisbon, Coltimbiai 



- ,, - ..~ ,: :,, ...her of 

;..■ ;.;:.. ^'. li.nA.K Drake, 

i.ed for six veurs. In 1S60 
, :.k-MiK,n ^^M^ .Mr. A. W. 

■ ,',-;J ;■; l' - . -ii.cceded 



ired until 



.len^e .:;rden,on. I 



l-nUed^btrt™ Govern 111*0 in'' Mr.' 



:iIAI<.LE.-S W. MEIKEL, 

I'LL-.MEIXG ,\NI. G,\S FiTTI.VG, 75 NORTH 
I'fc:N-.N>M.V.V.MA -St. 
To the services of the skilled and competent 

or their present improved sanitary 
As one of the most iniporiaiU 

n.-nlioned that of "Mr. Charles \'\\ 
jcatcd in the Opera Iloase Clock at 
orth Pennsylvania .St.. where in a 



$75, and (he r.nninl tr?.T!>nctions h: 
pasl seven years showec! an iticreas 

worl!nu'n.''Mr.'Mcit;el K pi'ep'red 



VIE OK INDIANA. 

. II. IIERRINGTON, 



trade," reaclur 
aniuini. lie 
quite heavilv 






rrosp 

J. M. KiAA.y. I'k(.1',:i.:i-!;, Cok, Ala- I 'j'"|^"'-';^^J 

•J'lv'.c :, i,- >' r ;■',-■ 'd in operation it. amou'iu'-' 

May, 1^ ' ^; 1 ■■! Ke!lv, lor the man- i„cre.i i- ; 

ufacun. ,, A -..,.:, i-ve and Graham p.^ke. 

flour, :• ■ . ■ p.iinv. The main order r,' 

builui.u . ' ■ ■ ^'^ ■■■'■•■^^ Mibst.ntial accordn. 

sions,""!!.'. : V' ' .-lio'ut uiih [Te" 'l"^(;': 



il.'ai'oca;: I 
ijle and cloti- | 






also ^e. 



nt, each 18x40 tVet in dirr 



ton, 0-, 
18S0, wh 






E. W. TO^TPKIVS, 



an J w;Kboin in iS-.s. He 

IiKlianapolis since iS6r. o\v 
which he occupies. 

JOSEPH HELM, 
\ Grockries axd Proi 

J65 Ea.st Washington- St 

One or the nuKt dc-.-r^ 



ILLINOIS HOUSE, 



II. .■...- : I [nc seeond time honorahlv di>- 
cha;-.,! frn-n service in March, lS6:;, nnd re- 
turned to Ohio, whore he was enga^'ed at the 
carpenter's trade until 1S76, when he removed 
to this city. 



STATE OF INDIAN A 



'•'Mii P.ROWN HOl'SE," i 

T. B. 13ROUN, Prop.. 73 N. Al.\i:ama St. 



f the present partnership early 

; BRYAN & BRIGHT, 

! Gkocf.ries and Provis 



Uri n'7s67° when'he '« a~ ; 
hotel business as propria; 



HELMS i; HARTMAN, 

•■CiTV Mills," 354 East Wa< 






Helms i-. a native of Hanover. Germany, and | 



CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS. 



I ?^„^ 



a portion of the city 



H. BARTHOLOMEW, Acr.N: 



f'c >I 



In ;S7i 



J he car- 



STATE or INDIANA 



rlr. a k'll ail! conii.ij,, ii- 


ve asso 


rtment of 


he \vas be 


rn in 1S32. When bn 


first cla>^s boots and .-hoes^ 


!br ladie 


s', gents', 


years of a 


re he enlisted in the U 


IXch canm^'be'sl:/^a'id a 


\vear, 




mep'iorabT 


d served with credit 


ntoiis cst.iblishmciit' in the 


c'itv' - 


•he loom 


under Gen 




now occupied-;.- iSxCo, well 1 


-hteda 


nd one of 


in Conipa 


,v D, ,s . '■ , 


the mo^: desirable rooms in 




• for this 


Infantrv i, 


"1S61, ;•; 1 : • 1 , ; 


class or trade. 






ti_ci,.atc-I i, 




S. PETERSON, 






1' '"^ ' 


!' ''^' .' ., ' I'i 'I'rral'?^ 


"Live Oak" .nIem M 


A?tKET, 


;oc ViR- 




: .1 rpe.-'s 



carried on a°; 



Columbus St., disposing o 
time of his removal to 'his 

BALLMAV ,v sr^'I'^H 

H-t- , '■ ■. • - ' ^ 

Thei .■','- 



coke a' 
joys t Im- 




',,'•,,;' , 1 „' ,' 


.. This fir 
ocuring the 


plies an 


1 tP.'r 






^veiyhts 


and 




prompt del 


to patro 




any section 


of the cif% 


Edward 


Hoi 






gaged in 






logs and 


for man 


lifact 


irers. He is 


a nativt of 


but has ' 




^ny years bee 


1 activelv er 


in vario 

tions of 


■'/u:';^ 


mmercial anc 
citv ...d sta- 


industrial 
.-. Mr. Ian 


.Mitchell 


;-<a 


atiVe of Lex 


ngton, Ky., 



CITY OK INDIANAPOLIS. 

A. J. BITTNER, 



prosecuied in Imlian: poi;> 



MURPHY & park?:r, 



STATE OF INOIANA. 



with that or<Tnr:ization in Ihe dtpiirtment of , JOSEPH RATTI, 

the GulfamT around Vick^burs. Mr. James | Book and J...B Printki 



ANDREW OEHLER, 



The hi; 
briclv. 



c'al 


he 


prompt a 
Mr. Rati 






pri 
the 


P 
k 


r'" and 
witliou 


! 


;Sfe^ 


\n 11 


CHARLES 
Cigars, 


M 

Tt 
Ea 


RASCHIG^ 



uht. He I 


so purchased ad- 


location ab 


^r'Lf'^. 


re. idence. The 


rIar''t'br°sTc 




1 ,, occupied as 


stock, \%hii. 




.,, Kit business 






. l.!ate glass 


his own i 




:; wall and 


most popu 



:cted. a,<oitir.nt 
'ei-!1,oId 'rnd"^'a 



CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS. 



special rcfer.Tici to 



ough° Mr. Rubusli, \v1..j . 
ginia, was born in Aitgui 






"work:.! , - 

■" -Is-"..'' . V ■ ,;; 






lisheil a trade whicti must c 


ntiniie to grow. 


iana'-an! ■ ■ '^ ' 


HENRY ROPEWALD, 

Gpo, ..p..-- A- .. Pro 


VISIONS, No. 517 


capaLitv :, ^ 


For • ■ •■ -v 


years Mr. Henry 
ad in the grocery 


me'nt'ioned Fort 1 ' 
Madrid, Island N.^ ; 


hasbeoonv, u: : 
a large circle ■■: u . 
ancef. He f,,-. . 
State Hou'^e, .-' ,: 


'"'"'''"': 


LOUIS SCHWAB. 



ir^, New- 

e of the 
October, 



STATK OF INDIANA 



S'iOX STAR MILLS, 
F. Prange, 135 East P 



power- 



from" I..:!, ci-'. .r:.! 
manufactures the I.lM 
feed, making a speciali 



in his present undertaking e 
:rative and prosperous trade ai 



G. F. REBER, 



5 the liberal not 







;:;^^! '"v-l 


bv proie^- 


J. H. BUO\ 


\ 


••' iru»perou 


'l£ 



CITY OF INDIAXAPOLI 



business a 
RYAN ^ 



above e..uin-;:, 
tions of tlie CO 


ntM 


ceived iind sol 




Batisfactnn- re 




gua:-nnte>-d. \ 




ance both in ci 




unrivalled tac-il 




furni-hin- the 


lade 


goods at riili 




office li > 




ailpii; 





STATE OF IXIIIAN 



Ti:.cl>; of this city and lias 



J. R. LAMBERT & SONS, 

PlIAKMACISTS, COK. MiVlll 

Bl.kf. Sts. AN'ii Cor. X: 



■" j Mr. C. T. ] 
i.o-inally started by J.R. in a'li iLs'br.iVu 



F.MNfF.r, No. ^;; 



His oIVr-c- .'.nd headqunr- 



Botlw .: 
stockci 



KRr.n. RASEMANN, 



Mr. C. T. liirka 
came to'lfidiara- 



1 WILLIAM ROBINSON, 

j Meat Markkt, 4:7 Madison Ave. 



I. grav.d roofer, for a'joiil th"^ 



CITY OF INOIAXAPOLIS. 





le period, 


is" 


4. Here 


y.:-, 




St. 


and after 



■dealvr^ : 

B;ucc i- a u..-.. ■ .■■: ,;,,• 
1S19. He came to t.,e I 
landing at N\w York p 
Cincinnati, O , wh-re he 
ness for ^^evcntcen via,- 
-to Di'l-'-.r-, T^ •:■'•" 



in iS.L.t. His I 



MAllLON S. BROWN, 



I, No. 7S 
1 popular 



durabilitv and thoro 
J. M. B'ohmie was 
La., in 1S32, and le, 



STAT?: OK INDIANA. | 

■I 
.■:iched KaMiville, Tenii., Mr. I expiration of his term of servfce at Hurror... I 
Bohmie was detached and assiijned to duty in Ferrv, when he located in this city. In iH'- ^ 
the Provost Marshal's Dunartinent. in which I he made a trip across the plains with iin ox 1 



ARLES W. BIRKETT, I butchermg business 

'"'I;-: ■ ;■; -■ ■ ; ^ ; ■■■ ; ' ' ', ':'• DR. A. FELDER, 



County, Ind., 



CIIARLE.S REIFFEL, 6 to 7 p. .m. 

Mfat Mxi-KF.r, ^77 S.v.TH 1: \sT .s;t. 

It i, -I : . , - ^ • • • ■ i--, !,■•-,., ' C. FKRGER, 
point, J , , i. ^ CoM.MissioN Merc 

ive tn.'.r ., ■ ,1' Ave. AND SS Ea.st 



compartment 
closed and hav 



CITY or INDIANA POLIS. 



. KLDRir-C 

.CMti.-R, Co. 
.AND St.-;. 



I INDIANAPOLIS STEAM ELEACHERY 
. : AND FELT WORKS, 

; ■ Gi-oRGE M. Foster, Prop., 27;^ East 



with all parts of the citv. The indiv 
members of the firm are E. H. and G 
Eldrid-e, both of whom are nativL^ ol - 
field, Marss. The former removed to l 
in 1S6; and to this citv in iS-^. and tl, 
has relided in Indianapolis since the or.; 
tionofthe present firm in 1S-9. Ih;^ 
has alreadv est; biished a high rank a 




their contemj.or;irie~. and as Xvell for th 
cellence of stock and their prompt and re 
business methods. 


iabie 


L. A. DUFRESNK, 




Deali.r IX Fri.it-, Choice Di 

Krc, li: ^'Ih-OINIA AVK. 

This ,..,: :■ .:,,.:: : ., .,,,; l,.:,in,^s. 


TER, 



has esta 
No. 1S2 


blished 
Virginia 


i ccnira! d 
Ave., ^vh 


epot 01 supp 
re he keeps 


stantlv 
dairy pre 
produce 




the Choi 


cest and tVe 



■^ 



His bo V hood \va 



STATE OK INUIAXA. 
spent in Ala- 1 JACOB DUX, 



W. J. FRKAXEV, 



' J. CHARLES FERGER, 

Baker and Confkctioni 
South St. 
This representative establishi 



The office 
parts of the 
prompt a 



CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS. 

less of not le5s I lion -ivas acquired in this citv, wliei 
■ajisacted. His tended school unlil iSSo, when he e 



ofgenu:: ■. , . . > 




established trade. 




native ^-v'. 




\V. P. MYER, 




His [>.= .->■ ■ : .. : • J ■■ . 
baker in ■ - ,, > 




Off, "tin-, Coi 
Ware, 6S Sovi 


MS, Rain V 
-•IR AND S 
I PE^^J.^L^ 


He work..: ..li... •I...,. ,.. u:.. 
years before commencing on hi 


own occount 


^ At tl..' nbov:- 1--: 




JOHN KARNEY, 

Plumber and Gas Fitte 


,,30 Virginia 


piea"i:;:'-. 




With a rractical ecperienre e 
5o;>-ear>asapIu,nberandgasr 


T."t:r.f:z 







cal emporium of Mr. .M-.i. 
Ko. 311 \Va>h,ns-..jn St . . 




I 



57-t 


STATE O 


JOSEPH p. KEETER, 




LlVFRV, ROSRD VXD SaT. 
UK.-,! M.VUKKlilr. 


; STABI.K, 69 


Established in Marcli, iSSi, 
Youn^, and coining into po 
present proprietor in iSSj, the>. 
already securt-d a liber.d si. 


bv r>eattv >V 
session oY it. 
e stables hav.- 

re of pul.ilc 



, . ;• : ALEXANDRE GUEZET, 

' 1- , , ; GiLDF.R AND Ri-i-AiREK, No. 2S0 South 

:.■:. -.i. :. ':: :■...',;:! m U.c : Uklawa-re St. 

ra'ies, aUo conducls a lir>t I The industry in which Mr. Guezct is en- 

a number of reliable horses gaged embraces the gilding and repairing of 

'.vagons a;id vehicles. lie j every description of work associated with 1iiis 






of Mr: 
Fahrio 



MR^ 


SARAH A 


.V 


M 


W 


GRIM, 


E 


ST i'ND Lai 
D CousTRy 


Pk 


^^ 


- 


D Veget 
No. 293 


Tl 1-, 


enterprise ^ 











general 
No. 9- ; 
feet in si 



resided in 
-•! a pro 



CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS. 575 

1S42, and I sugars, spices, fruits, canned goods, etc. This 



ved !nr three years in the 15th Indiana 



h-shed in 1S74 at Nc. 1:5 E.i=t Wa- 



■Chanc.'llors' 



GATES i: M'ALLE. 

j iiL.^CK■<^UTHS, 38 AND 40 SoL-j 

I The oldest established and amon^ 



William. 

ROBERT KELLER, 



land, ^f,;. 
■catsup, ■ ■, 



IIILDEIiRANI), 



STATE OF INOIAXA. 



esided c 



; that time. Ear 
urneJ the carpenter's trade and 
niploved at that bu^ine-s prior to enibar 
1 commercial life. Without aid from o 
;hieved success and prosperity tiir( 



ividu; 






established in April, i 



be ditl"ici 
Hildehrai 
United 8 
Md., and 



make. He 



1S51, landing at Galtim 
several years employet 

- ,- -- theWaba>h Railroad. 

was subsequently engaged in the grocery 

iness at Fort Wayne, and came to this cit 

1S76. 

C. H. KRl'GER, 



MRS. J. H. JOHNSTON, 



•,^' flowc- 



with nr. 
lisheJ 



CITY OF IXUIANAPOLIS. 
■ •ate. Sin 



:■> tl,.- re- i PHILIP SCHAEFER, 

- i Cigar Masukacturer, So Sol-tuDela- 

:: •,;:;, -ARE St. 

This house is noted for the superior cxrel- 

■ - '. p *: ' " j lence of its products. Mr. Sc'im.. I'cr com- 
ana-neot i.en,i,t, | n,enced business on his ov,n i,>, -■/ .■. v. is 
\Vt''-"" 1 city ill 1S76 at No. 6i 1 S..,:-, \ . , - ■., 

iviug to his present ]■ : ■ . r^ 



Joston, Mas 



This i. a 



In the rear of the 



\vind..u 
liquo.-. ■ 



the -'Fatherland." 
: F. .%[. SHLBV, 



vas founded in Nov 



y identified with the drug I 



MRS. C. HUTTON, 

Cigars, ToE.vcco, Com 
42S Virginia Ave. 



STATE l)F INDIANA. 

lien lu; locateti in Iiulianapolis and was I vears experienc 

ed in live stock transactions foi- two procured paten 

i then embarked in his pres'ent com- ''th— •'•.• H- er- ■•■« nn estabhshed rep'jl: 

SNTDER & CO.. ■ - : v.i-t possible _del;r 

rCGisT.s, SouTHWicsT Cor. Sofi h '''■' :■ the escammatK; 

J East Sts. ■ ■ ' - ■ v.crhan.e 

5 established in 1S54 at the ' ' Vi'.'.u"^',' 



;i 



, To "New' Orleans'.' Alte, 
le vear he received an hon 



JOHN LESER, Jr., 1' CO., 



le -econd floor ot' 
, each 16x60 feet, 
■ and display ol" a 



SMriT! & POTT. 



CITY or INHIAXAPOLI.S. 

WM. LAXGSENKAMP, 



a Volunreei-N Col>, 



: FREDERICK. H.VRT.MAXX, 



trade in which he is noiv engaged, 
MRS. LINXIE SPRIXGER, 



in Richmond, Ind.; Chii 
Ind., and othei- places, rt 
lis in 1S79. ^[r. .Sprii 

-^Ies5rb"^Sinko'rr Davis .V 





1 ' 






rcn.oved 










:/..nal fa- 










e of thtf 










:k- rctirei 










'.V Mr. 










: Pru-,a, 

1 ^^.)- He- 


Jan.e'lo'' 


Vm rlc. 


uheu I'.u 






i lindinc; a 


Biitin 


ore, Md., 


and c"n 




1 to this cit 






uentiv 




trade of % 






iii.ikL 




. eni[)lo>ed 


by othc 


rs up to t 


'-■ 'i'"^' 


ir -i.iruii;; 



STATE OF INDIANA 



listed in Companv D, 79th Indiana Volunteer 1 West Wasliington St., where he remained (or | 
[nlantr_v,Captain James Buchanan, and served | one year. In 1S74 he opened a- grocerv, Mo. : ?, 



CHARLES II. STUCKMEVER, 

Meat M.\RKtT, 29 English Ave. 
This is one ol" tlie cleanest and best kept e 



fish and oysters in their appropria 

MII.LMAN & BROS., 

Blacksmiths axu Wagox J 
South East St. 
This business was originally e: 



as book-keeper in a -St. Lo.' 




house four years and th.:n r ■ 1 , 




apolis and engaged in hi^ pi. 1.; i , in. ,. 


,1,1:,, 1,. ,,i.^ l!l .■li^::, J^i-.^^'.. 


HENRY SIMMONS, 


iniinitinln'the"^anic'pl-ici^ in 


CiRncLRu.s AND Provisions, 1.J9 English 


D. HiUman in Indianapolis 


Ave. 


earlv part of which year th 


. This gentleman is a native ot" Shelby Countv, 


residents of this city. 


Ky., and was born in iSjS. He became'a 
resident of Indiana in 1S46 and was fir^t en- 


HENRY HOMBURG, 


gaged at the brewerv of Smith A: Co., in Terre 


Groceries and Prov 


Haute, then rem6ved to Tipton Countv, 


Virginia Ave. 


■where for one vear he w.i, ■•, : ,! !i. -"r:!!. 


At the new grocery sto! e - 


ing. He was fhenemplo^. ' lor 


located on the corner ol" \ 


th?ee year, and subs..: , . - , ■„ 


Noble St., the stock is cm , 


farming, at which he spe;,' ■ to 


and embraces choice tea^, . 




canned goods, best family :'■■ 






gi-occr\ :. . ; ■ ■ . ■ '.■, ■ . -- 


tions, etc., and' k. . ,i i. 


ton;.tu: : ■■ v 


the prompt dcii\< ■ 



CITY OV INDIANAPOLIS. 
)aking and cooking for about fifteen i 



. iS6.!,and palible with good goods. Mr. Hart) 



I KriUe- 
fhe Uni- 
oi-k and 
onnerly 



He has i 
LITTLr 



whicli liH opened in October, iSSj. 
I room JoxiO feet, witli cellar, and 
stock a full line of goods. 



Court 
Depo' 

•ofKce, 1 



. HARTMAN, 

IV Grlk:f.r[i:s Vu 
TC , No. 150 Malisov 



i.in at No. 1S6 I ploied, turnin^^o 



STATE OF INDIANA. 



have ace 


Hired ensure 


s a rapid sale 


and a 


steady de 


mand Ironi tl 


e trade, not only 


in the 


city but \ 


ithin a radii 


s of ;o nules in 


all di 



Davton, O., and from thence to this citv ip '^ 

1S44, lo 'ake charge of a general store, "m,-. 1 

J. K. Sharpe, Jr., the present proprietor, \v;i'- 1 

born in Indianapolis in 18^3, and was enga>;i-d 5 

with his father as assistant in this busiire,s | 

for nine years prior lo assuming the manage- •, 

ment and' control of the present business. ° S 

J. JACQUEMIN, i 



J. K. SIIAKPE, JK. 



FlNDIN 


.s, tr 


=.,498. Dru-v 


This busi 


nc»* \\ 


as founded b 


t^::::L 


" ''ill 


tor in 1845 or 
di;,n and llii 



yen 



Th: 



of the famili 

fi[ie tuo ^s. 
Delau..'.' , 
dimen^:> 

for mt'karj \ 



findin-- 

ing'thro 
SliarpL- 



ecurcd the established c 



CHARLES THOMAS, 
■ Groceries .vni. ^KovI« 
McCartv St., Cor. Xe^ 



CITY or INDIANArOLlS. 






I position of Ti ca-surer 6l t)i.U body, liav i 
siicce^s-fiiUy re-elccteil at each bi cnnlaf elec- 

SCHRADER BROTHERS, 

Groceries, Flour a.md Feed, Xos. 453 



STEINHAUER A: DORTZ, 



C. 11. SCHWIER, 








No. 131 Virgi 
yards at No. 


Groceries, Pr 






51C TO 




^jo East Wasi 




ON St. 






ThU gentleman is 




live of Pri 


iss Min- 


into thi^ ^ 


den, Gormanv, whe. 


ehe 


s IS born in 


1S31 and 


in proc.;i. 



STATE OF INDIANA. 



bu-iness 


iii rec, 


.•nLlyasJu! 


was sclec 




represent 1 


O'v CV, 






23d Wnr, 






credit..' ' 






of Fr,: 







St of Mr. Faist. The biiildin? 
n Ea-^Vwashinijton St , m.H tVoir 



Store .It No. 15s Prospect St. 
FRED. ."^TRANGMErER, 



general line of staple v.r...' : , . : : , ,,. ' trade, at which ! 

ceries, tabic and culinarv ^ :: :^ parties prior to 

find .inc..;!--. are, .-ho^'e 1 ■ ,r :; J i present firm: t 

andd,,;.,.-i^ .-,::,;■ ,■ - -.-. ci-ars ! agenient of the 1 

eralb;i ; M^ ■ :'n,-meier''is a G. C. KRUG, 

nativ . ;': , ,S2ii. He! Groci-rif.s 

Bakinior.j an. pr.. L-.-diMj- J -■.C-r''~A:l M: '■.■".■",". 

where he wa.s employe.! , I- ..■. I : , ■ 

on Walnut St., and also wi. -■.[ -.,. i ■ . 

Swift j;: Co. <.t. I'ear! ^' [] .- , ■ ■ . . 



SCHWITKEE , 



gener,.; 
hy Mr 



SCHRADER rKOTlICRS, 

Staple Axn Fxncv Grocciji 



CITY OF IXDIAXAPOLIS. 

I R. P. THIECKE, 



:.nd has 



Mr. H. K. Sdin.der wa^ L^orn in 185^ ! ' 
emploved as shippinc; clerk in the li 
Charles Maver .S; Co. of this ciiv, i , 
years, .-iibseciientlv serving in the <i: 
pacitv with Kipp Brothers, and allcrw.irds 
salesn-ian with A. Moll, St. Louis, Mo., up to 
his association with the pre-ent firm. Mr. C. 
H. Schrader was born in iSfS, and e\er since 



MILLER \- cook:. 



for the display of a la 
eign and American 

sets, etc., selected with 
requirements of ci.vtr. 



crease. Mr. Tri 
resident of Indi; 
Coimtv in iS4f/. 
Fulton Countv, ; 
plo%-ed in t'-- '• 

the h^u'^ , 1: 



1 



STATE OF IXlilANA 



HoLsE ANi> Sign- Paivtp.r, ^4 Vii 
polX. He'cr.-i,/-, ' '..:, h 



the first day ofjanuarv, 1S4S, and final'vcame 
to this citv in 1S54. 'Here he uas va'riou»ly 
employed u]) to iS6r, when he followed drav- 

Kemker and Aiun',' ' ' ' ■ i •vc'^years 

later he sold oir ,:..■■ ^! bv th.,- 

month for some ••.:,. .. , . n :,.-.»ed the 

in..r.-r of Mr s ,. .- in part- 



^^u::; 



D. MATZKE & SON, 

Meat Market, 130 Prospect St. 



.hlcdhimlb^L,' 
,.e|lectsof|«n.bs-: 



heforn^ , 






a member of the firm in iSSoass 


sted his father 


under t:, -.■.•' . - 






in the business. 




me^.^!i L'lu..-.\^, !,:a,^l;i.' 






CHARLES IT. MUELLER, 










W..TL-HJ.S^CU.C^KS AND^JE 


wELRv, Cor 


HONKER GROCERY, 






A Sis. 


Wm. Meyer, Propriei 


or; S70 Si 






upies a hand- 


Meridian St. 








■; -r dimen- 


'This grocery was original 


V establish 


'd at 




! a choice 


its present location hv Mr. P 


"ter Weis ii 


No- 




I .:cign and 


vember, 1S70, and was condu 


cled hv hi 








to October ;„ i^>:, at wliidi 


m.he.01 


r 




■•.h'--i!er de 



CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS. 



mer'.v had charge of the repairini; department 
for Mr. J. H. Colclazier, then located at No. 12 
East Washington St., an.! was sub.-equentlv 
employed in the ix.Lcs li.n.-e Jeweliy Store 



C. J. TRUMPER, 



fill and promiiiing proportions. 
MILWAUKEE BOTTLING CO., 

HtNRY J. MiLLEl 

he world enjoys a 1- 
the Phillip Be»t IJr. 



F. W.MUCHO, 



STATE OF INDIANA, 
o. 209 F.Ai 



of Lake' Manilc 
r P. Morton," etc., 



-«; month -orvic 
16 emploved for ( 



MANSFIELD .: 



lis, where he 
'April," rs'79. 



tleine.i. Ei 
tical workm. 

enabled to .4 



house prior to the ir 
prise. 

J. A. MILE.S, 



CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS. 



TIM. MONAGIiAN, 

Boots a.nd Siioks, 1O3 Ea^ 



Marion, Grant County, \vhere he resided for 
nine niontlisand then'to Omaha, Neb., then ti 
KranV.lin, Johnson County, Ind., and finally' U 
tliis citv in 1S71, where he has since resided. 

jO-SKfi! Monnr;, 

tllM, ;: ■ !':viVISION-S, CORNEF 

N..:,' ■■■.:-• 
Thi^ ; : -hed bv its oresen 



of the . 
CounU 



: a quarter of a century. 
MRS. L. C. MEAD, 



& M. R. K , .v:.i '> •:■ 
where he wa^ ei.L'.i-.: 
business until errbarkii 
prise as above noted. 

H. W. LAUT, 

CKOCEniE-; .\XD 

t an;i Nobl; 



One 
andpr, 



OXS, CORXER 
s Of groceries 






Thechoict 
popular \ 



Mr. La 
his pre-. I 



! JULIUS MATZKE, 



trade has coP.M^ 
one horse and 


-:-^' . 






At the 
ma? be t 


above 
lesroo 


proximate $15,. 
lifelong reside, 
1S50. His earl 
after leaving w 
cabinet maker. 


hich he le 
which he 


arned the trad 
followed for 


e of 


salt and s 
of the bes 
liyered in 


noke> 
qual 
any p 
ed bu 


yea. s prior to c 


nbarking 


n the grocery I 


rade 


present Ic 


cation 



lished a trade which conipai 



STATE OF INDIANA 



patrons from all parts of 
JOHN A. MEDFRT, 



G. Lizirs, 



MARTIN MEYKR, 



CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS. 
"S goo<ls to his I liverv purposes, 



HENRY ROMBERG, 

Practical Upholstef 
Rfpairin'., tic. 70 Vn 



and hi; 



present enterprise. 
Pim. H W.^if,! 



attcrwarii he removed to I'joi 
wliere he was einploved at this 
about fourteen vears, as fbre7ni 
holsterv department ot" the hov 
Anthony i: Uenison. From ther 
to Pnwt'uckot, R. I., and be.-ame 
the firm of Wm. B. Reid A: Co., 
mained until 1S71, «-hen he cair 



The first floor and b 
brick huildinc; at th 
iSx6ofeetin dimensio 
storaLV and displ^v 01 



. McC.\RTY AND 

ntofthetwostorv 



leed, et, 



592 STATE OF INDIANA. 

E. T. VERITY, I boi- of th. i' 



;'n' 



ORMAN T PERENE, 



business in thi 
No. 26 Virgin 



CHARLE.^ WONNELL, 




' V • '■ "'."• '. ■■■ ' ' -'housTt 




60 East 




Mar V LAND St. 







Horse shcoiiig lias been made i 


I study and 


W. A. WREN, 


is conduct. J ;.-. a ^peddltv bv^Mr 


. WorincU. 


Wagon- and Plow Works and IIuf 


thi^X-- ■■ ■ ■ ' '•■ " '' ■ ' ■' ' 


\''''''''.^". 


Shoeing, 65 West South St. 


ofthV';- . . '. ' ■ 




j At this establishment especial attention 



CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS. 



, No. 13S Gib 



HERRMANN & RUSCHAUPT, 



MAAS & KIE.MEVER, 



f Niedei-laudor- 
1 in 1S17. He 



e admitted his son, Mr. George 'Herr- 
to partnership, and the business was 



•■■\i^, pipes, snutT, varietv 
articles generally. | and bin 



rvediv I of bodies and all matters pertaining to the 

is is a I mana£;ement of funerals will be attended to as 

orn in I dc-ired. To facilitate this department this 

l-n-i ' ti -n h.ive recently taken the conveniently 

•'-•-'■' ''I and arranged premises located at Nos. 

■i ^ .'.1 i;2 East Pearl St., which they have 
luipped and stocked with horses. 



,, ph.i, 



buggie: 



Corps in the Dep 



truMv drivers or other rcqi'irement., in this 


lS6S ho V...,: t , !..k, S.y...,\ ,. 


department. Mr. Geor<;e Herrmann is a 




native of Ohio and was born at Cincinnati in 


thiscitv •, 






fore h.^ was oi>e renr old. Mr. Gu:Uav Rusch- 




hau.U ii a native ..f this city, where he was 


ness, wiiich was opened to the publ 


br.rn in iS42,and he has had i large business 




experience. 


P. M. ZISMER, 




GROcERiiiS, Dry Gooi).s, etc 


CHAIMJ,-^ W '■ 1 .OX, 


English Avt. 


lh:v '. - \'p .i.s-[A Ave. 


At this establishment can be fo 



po,e<, t 
sale^r," 



in the old Farn 



CITV OF INDIANAPOLIS. 



JOSEPH BECKER, 

CoN-FECTtO 

AVi-.T ^\•A■ 

Thi> k one o! 
of Indianapolis 

lors in the' state, 
buildintrofbri^ : 





ranges fr 


jm $10,000 to $i5,oor 


, and indica- 




tions poir 


t to a considerable in 


crease. The 




in.Hvidun 


luembers of tlie pre 






Messrs. r 








the ^c.: 






d finest 


formtJ. : 






lent par- 




■,•. . : <•■, .- \\ ;.;' 


■■ /"I : |S 



HIRAM SCllMEDEL, 



brushes, dusti 



t New V... 






HIRSCHMAN A: CO., 

-lAXUl VCTIRERS OF M.\TTR 
;<.MfoRlAliLES AND ReNOV.> 

HiAiERs IN Feathers, 173 E. 

e leading feather house at Ii 
ori^inaUv established at No 



I West 
Messrs. 



inding 



Baden 
1S49. 
time he ha. had a 

the fatherland. A 
he first located ai 
was emplovod in a bri 
thie " "■ 



Cincii 



He 



STATE OF ] 
XLEY, HENDRICKSOX 6c LEFLER, i : 



DR. C. C. STIARP, 



Mr. C. 


W. I 


cfler 


is 


State, a 


nd h 










to 




iSSi t 








emplo> 








& Co. c 


f Lai 






^^%. 


endec 






W. H. 


COLEMAN 


St 




\M) 


U 


AN 


D Be 


LT R 


R. 



to apply 



CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS. 



Hon. A. G. Ti. 

Governor R. i; 
■ of Ohio, and l' 
Kentucky. II 



PRA.Sr.K r.RO.S. ^- COLHORN 



j the rank of Major, jSne i+th, 1804. 
■ IRPJLAND \- E\\\NS, 



STATE OF INDIANA. 



oriiv for 
i Hotel. 



holesale 
v'o. 22 S 
me of J 


11 tl 
A 


Me 
Tar 


ridi; 


'rm''"n-in 


e" 




lUia 



Hicktbrd & Co. 
P. ROUTIER, 



large qi 
original:;. 



CITV OF IXDIANAt'OLIS. 599 

: ^ ill and chemistry, and has since that time been 

A , ... identified with tlie drug trade, but not until 

■J iSSj in active business. Mr. Ed. R. Kowland 



with f 
a fevv ' 



growth and development of this inland me 
SOUTH SIDE FLOURING MILLS, 

MO.N-ROE .V LeNNON, MtLLF.RS J 
M.\Nl KACri KF.KS OK Flocr, Me.\l / 



turers of Bociinc'- 
Preparations, R;, 
minator and Rii 
which h^vean ■■ 
We^t. Mr. P. i; 

lifelor,.^ r... !.!,-,.' 



This firrh I V 



.^■|<.n he left I term oi . ,..■ r enlisted 



STATE OF INDIANA. 



1 1S69 sold out and came to this citv i 
! following? .year. He left hU family her 
' M-ent to 'Mi^ouri, whore ho purchased a 



residea. Mr. 

agent for the sni 
lers- supplies. 1 
of the "Dolmai- 
furnish, on app 
duction process 
Oliv '■■ 



St. 



established in April, i! 



I LOUIS YUNG, 



CITY OF IN'DIAXAPOLIS. 



601 



^ Si Joseph, Mo., wliere 

-' r.-turiiing to Indi.ln- 

■ h-in- emploved by 

i:-, embarked in bii,,l- 



Svrup, Rose and Glvcerine Hair Tonic, Rose 
Pink Tooth Po.vder, Wild Cherrv Cough 
Hnl=am, and Dr. \VL•;^s' Vegetablo Liver Pills, 
all of which are hi£;hi_v commended for their 
elficacv and medicinal" virtues. Mr. Wei 



ia, Germa 



■, and « 



; Provi 



e of 



born in 1S46. He 



cotJVes, s;iices,"lrui;- 
Wallace has° been i 



M. ROIIRER & CO., , 

Proprietors of Mrs. Rohrer's Kev 
Remedie.s, 347 TO 3+9 S. Meridian St 

We would mjke special notice of ■'>rrs 



JiandC.iur 



STATE OF INDIANA. 



G!:ORGE ROSWINKEL, 

ClOAR MaXI TACTrRFR. : 
Thi-; i- '.:-■ >M ■: ■;,■ - i n: 

of tin- r: , : 

North^■ ■ ' > ' . 

In i8(.;n : 

where hi- - - ... i x 

cigars of I'is oun nianii!, ' 

departn;i!'f i ;■■ ; - !■■. r ••• - 
three rl,;:- •; -- •-, • ■, ■ . 

OOOIKT ..'- .^ :/ :. 

known :.- ^ ' . ' : 
pron, ;;.',■ 1 



! ^ric Dry Goods, 
> chooses of this citv 



iS^i. 11 



PETER ZIMMER, 



staple and fancv gro 



landing in New > or 
they removed to Buf 
trade of iron moulder ii 
eight vears emploved b 
of Je%;-.(t & Rcor.. !r 



April, iSOq, he re 
, and from thenci- 



CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS. . 603 

Newman in a large general store. In Mav, , ment. For their own safety the rebels had 
1S71, he once more came to this city and pur- | driven stakes to designate the location of these 



|)r.-;er 
but so 






cellar, 20 


HS.' 




carrying 






neous ha, 


rdwa 


re, Iv: 


JOSEPH 


[ moor: 


FIRF 


: TVS 




T,\L1 




Blc 


Mar 




Sin. 


This a 






the pron 






finely l> : 







I'ifccUa- I hfs 'coi. 



orably discharged -with the 



eastern bank of the 



to render it i 
a large num 



STATi; OF INDIANA. ' | 

the hrigaJe was ] this city in 1S79, purchasing the businr^^; | 
in scoiitiiiLT t!ii-oi'j;h stand which he now occupies in tlie followi; ^ ^ 



-; 1 



; in any part of the city. | 

R. L. SHILLING, | 

Trunks, Valises, etc., ;^ West Wash- ^ij 

INGTON-iSx. AND 12 KeNTLCKY AVE. 3 

Mr. R. L. Shilling occupies lor sales and ; 



tr,ide for f 
his pre,enl 

WILL 



AM W. BARNUM, 
cs-TRAL Wood and Coal Yar 
iS^ East Mar icET St. 



WHITE .S: MARTIN, 



CoR. S. Pen-. 



I fixtures, foreign and domestic fruits : 
I canned and bottled goods, tobaccc 



CITY OK INDIANAPOLIS. 

, his associ.ite, is I Carty Sts. Fro-.i. 
s born at Eden- position of City C 



eo& 

filled the 



plctL- by . 
JAMES 



B. LIZIUS & CO., 
riTORS OF Patents, iS;< 



WM firm of R. P. Dag- I 



their claim belt 



Peter Weis has been on 
nary interest. He is s 
where he was born on tl 



He 



Islund of Moen i; 



, O., and 



1S65, h.lN 



umulated some mi 
)cerv business with Mr. Cliarles Steigman 
he corner of Phipps St. and Madison Ave., 
i in 1869 he commenced business on his 
n account at the corner of East and Mc- 



is the largest ever set in the United States. 

ionable and seasonable hats of all popular 
makes, embracing silk hats, cloth, fur, t'elt and 
wool hats, and all popular and desirable >t\ 1l-s- 



joyed in securing supplies from the best 
most reliable sources and the thorough c 
prehension of the requirements of the t 



CCC STATE OF INDIANA. 

b.ive alieadv itruck the popular vein which i emplovci :" ' 

guarantees to them the title of "the Leading | moved • i . 

Hatter.." 'IhU rtrm i^ compo.sed of .Mt-^ = rs. as .Suix : v 

}'. J. Kel;,'l„:r ar.Ll J. C. D.ilton, i^cntlonien. He sub-..;., • 



Mr.J. B. Nei: 
terpri^e in Jar 
Mr. Hope, i,i..U 



JOHN SCHMITT, 

CiG.\R Maxi-kactl-rer, No. .vc;4 Sonii 

MERiniANST. 

Mr. Schmitt has been identified with this 
branch of trade in I :-!•,. 'e-^'ili- t.v the past i; 
years and is « id ;> .i.i ■..•..•, v known. 
The premises n.../ ..r.u at the 



,.,: : :, ... :.„..ie. Tht 

y dealers iuid' con noi'-' 
y of stock used and foi 



their elegant appea 



proceeding di 




learned the tra 




heenli^tei i- • 








dischar. ■ ! 




pany K, r , - 




in the f; 




Sherman untU 




the j;rand re\ 




Armie, at \Va~ 


iini,'to 


ch-.rjj'ed at Bl;. 




and returned 


o'Dav 



ABELLA WENK, 



CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS. 607 

i i : r . . : :: ; , I-.- .: ,, ■■. . ! : 1 v valuable 



DR. NAVIN & CO. 



1 M Co., whose veterinary hospital 
s located as above, is among the 
etent and able veterinnrv •Jur^oon 



cliild born i 
The father i 
.qnence of a t 



!E, No. 2 Mas( 
o floors, each i. 



STATE OF INUIAXA 






Unitc.i^ 




individual eifoi ts. 




sincui; . 1 


-•• - • .■■■:_ -■ -n ' :'r:i,r>_,l 


A. W. BILLING. 




facililies for the 


:ts of'our domestic economy. 


Cigar M.^NtFAcruRER 


146 Btc 


diapensable atljun 


Street. 
Mr. A. W. Billing is a na 


ive of Ge 


XOVELTY VV 


XITl-RE COMPANY, 


and was born in 1S27. He c. 




c. y. N'.-Hi ■ 


I' K, PRf.PRIETOR.No. 169 




V York ai 


Mn^- ■ ■! - 




ceedin- ii:i. > -;-. • .y/v ■■. .n 




Mr. I. . 


lii-,- sole proprietor of 
!i uas opened in April, 


bellic, i:'- ■ ' ^ ': . 





WILLIAM C. WEILANU, 



AND Provisions 
I AY AND Straw 

TAIL, 495 SOLTt 

skach, Mr. Wii 



charge. V 
iS69,'vhe; 



factory (No. J04) 



CJTY OF INDIANAPOLIS. 



50,000 cigrus. anmmlly and is graduallv closing 



FRANK BIRD'S 



ball?, p 



take rin- 
Mr.'L,' ^ 



bagg.ige, 
require- 






STATE OF INDIANA 



honorable discharge and again returned to civil i c 
life. He has for manv years been an active r 

.".iul Llf.cient member Jf the police force of this \ 1 
citv nnd for some years has been one of the | y 
four Captains of this city, which posilion he j d 
hor.or.-iblv retained up to the organisation of | a 
the metropolitan police force. 



SELLERS BROTHERS, 
Livery, Feed and S.' 
AND 4S Oak St. 



K and all kinds of rich and elegant 
mdise usually kept in a first class estab- 
nt of this class. This is the lar-, -; 
• house in In.'iam, :!n<l 'h-"- f:"!-- ■, 



I repairing and 
.46 1 f}'^''l:' '. 



MICHIGAN LrMBER TRANSPORTA- 
TION CO., AND COMMERCIAL 
EXPRESS, 

I Geokgf. S. Krecol-nt, General Agent, 



- ire Ahra' ''^^^^ ^>' ^P^<:'»' arrangement ove 

...ircAbra- and West Michigan, the Loui^v 

■ '^ lO'ii are i,any and Chicago, and Cir.cinr 

t: .; i'_nr.er Dorn p^,j,^ g^. l„ujj^ a„d Chicago R ,i' . 

,9. i tie ample ^^ lumber men and shipper- • 

rgy di>played bv , , ,, .„ ».-„.u . ., .1 

^■' *^ ; . ■' and shorte-t time between ?!; * 

'; I Mr. Brecount will cheerful;. ; 



and 



publ 


c pat'ronage. 


BINGHAM .V WALK, 




Jewelers, 12 Ea-t Wa 


A 


s a represent.. five e-:,; 
in the city of Indi.i. 
conducted by the «. 


nCw 


Bingham .V Walk "occupi.-- . 


Fou 


ided in 1S68 by Mr. i;i: 




business was conducted 




ges in the personcl of th 


whe 


n bv the consolidation 


firm 


name and style became 


a gradual and heallhv incr. 


tinie 


characterised the oper.i 




of the firm, the sales 1,. 


than 




of 1 


77. The sale-rc... n ,'., ~ 


l6x 


;o feet in Jiin, ■.-:-■. i;-. 



Commercial Express Line, operalin 
polis and the West and between th 
Buffalo, Albany, Ne^y York Citv 
phia, Boston, the New E'.::i:i.l': 

feet facilities, over the Lou; . 1 
I and Chicago, Chicago an J G ' 1 
, York, Lake Erie and Wcs; : , ;: 



BKUNSON & SPRINGER, 



CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS. 

I dealers and 
)\vs, prietors of e!ev: 



avge orders. They al-^o citv, previou- t 
id -substantial , garden and | Philadelphia ap 



# 



^.,S»J^*^ 



and de^itjn for the~e 
■ lumber u.eJ is thor 



oi H 


C. 


Bri.n^ 


on .V- Co. 


Mr. 










born 


\\ I 


ji-e 


1 nil a 


tar-., fn 


iS6i 





.-^J^ o'."-' 






^'^'"^ 


tribute 


:3^ v;.;,, . 

the CO.. 

portanc 

tropolis 

I to the aogreya 


-: 




arid 


commerce as a grain cen 

THE E1IRISM.\N -A 
Archer St. near 
COB Ekrism.vn, Pro 


MILLS, 


Ave 


.,JA- 


The 
known 
of Mr. 


establishment wh 
as the Black Mills 
Jacob Ehrisman 
len its chief husi 


n 1S76, as 


long 
the! 

ed'in 


been 
ands 



been a—.. 

WM. SC( 
Grain 
Penn 


rx .V CO., 

Dkm.ek,. Eleva 


TOR "E." COK. 

Union K. R. 


addition of 24 
mills in this ci 


Arnon:; 
whose tra 
tions and 


vh-i-- ■ ■ . 


'':Zii. 


ness and taste 
lerior as well 



STATE OF INDIANA. 



building 36x4s feet, 


with an addition of ^4x40 


the Vicksburg and Mobile campaigns and 


feet and three stori 


es and attic in height, be- 


numerous other minor engagements. He waa 






honorablv discharged at the expiration of hi 


vood storaoe room 


Into'this have been in- 


term of service, in August, iSfi?, and after hi 


trodiiced the ncwr. 


improved machinery and 


return to civil lile embarked "in the lumbe 


applirince-; in evu-N 
double sets of roll 


department, including six 


trade as above noted. Since the death of thei 


rs, giving a capacity of 


father, which occured in 1S75, 1^'* t'^''^'^ ^O" 






succeeded to the management and control 


fcur'hm^-'^"-':' 




the business. They are all natives of Cincin 






nati, 0., and were'born as follows: Thomas 


brace the t ! 




M. Dickson in 1S41, John VV. Dickson in 1S5. 


of the U: - 




and James C. Dickson in 1S55. 


trade, to- 






mill !V.^: 




BOWEN, STEWART & CO., 




; -■ >M^i still be 


Booksellers, Stationers and Paper 


emplovt.i, ; , ■ ; 


: :o:,elled by 


Dealers, iS West Washington St. 


cnef.uvl,.-^ : 


. - :kr. The 


This, one of the most prominent busines 



ubited justly enti 
; here accorded, 
lis to the mo.st fa 



WILLIAM B. 






olis, occupies the same rela- 
le book trade of this city th.it 
I New York and Lippincott 

siness. This eatablishment 
185.^, when under tiie style 
veu it was organized, with a 

onducted by H. F. West & 
present firm name of Bowen, 
IS adopted, under ' 



jcted. 



■ith r 



unimportant changes in the fcrs^ 
partnership, Mr. Bowen, however, 
tained a controling influence as tl 



nel of the 



C. Dio 

The pr. 



four floors and basement L 


the disp 


av and storage of in 




g- of more than .- 




and miscellaneous 


leading 


publisiiing houses 


Americ 


, together with a 


school books, legal, comme 




y and fixtures, and 


paper a 


id printers' stock in 




valuation of their CO 




$6o,coo to $75,000 


which i 


1 the wholesale and 






and lUi 


ois, aggregates a qu 


dollars 


nnually. The nun 


ploved 


n the d'ifterent depar 


indlvidu 


al members of the 


organiz 


d are Silas T. B 



devolves upon Mr. Bowen, who is a native oi 
I Otsego County. N. Y., and was born in iSi9- 
i Previous to embarking in his present commer- 
cial enterprise he occupied the responsible 

York State Normal School for several years 
and became a resident of Indianapolis in iS;;,. 



identified with the businesi 
presided is the largest of its 



f the 



! i.'io HanklJijr ainoi 



CITY OK INDIANAPOLIS. 
&Co. 



613 



TUE HOUSK OF ELI LILLY & CO., 



M . 

■ 32 1 . 13S M. Carty St. 
It is unquestionably true, tl' 
enterprise has more directly 
the f;ime of Indianapolis as a 
.and distributing center than has me 
Eli Lilly & Co., manuiactiiring phai 



3 industrial 
trihuted to 



McCart 



orks f 

St. This 



■cated E 



27S, 2S0 and 2S1 Greenwich St., 
is'cw York Citv, while the general depot of 
supplies lor the Dominion ot" Canada is with 
the old and established house of li. Su-den 
Evans & Co., Nos. 37 to 45 lean Baptiste St., 
Montreal, and No. 19 Front St., West Toronto. 
The annual transactions involve large propor- 
tions, and both in the established Veputation 
for the manufacture of the best and most relia- 
ble goods and in the amount of its yearly 
itlects credit alike upon " '- 



establishment 

Mr. Eli Lilly, 

company, is a i - 
early removed W . 

brief re M-' ■, ■' : 



V of India 






mpan 



E, : 



Indiai 






ilities, and in iSSi a joint stock compar 
s formed and duly incorporated under tl 
vs of the state and immediate steps taken 

th the n.ost approved app.: i. ■- .: : \ 



and 



upied, 1: 



tional buildings were added t( 
*ecured. The plant of this company nov 
braces a large three story and basement 
structure 40x80 feet in dimensions, one 
story and bosement brick building 25x6: 

ment, 30x75 feet, giving a floor space, e 
eive of boiler and engine room, of 24,42; 
\ twenty-tive horse power engine and 1 



. . sioned Second Lieutenant." In 1SG2 he re- 

5 i signed his commission and returned to his 

,■ home at Greencastle, Ind., where he recruited 

2 the iStli Indiana Battery of Light Artillery, 

• I Morton, Captaim With his command he par- 

; Middle and East'^fennessee under Generals 

' , Rosecranz and Burnsides until the spring of 

1S64. He was then promoted to the command 

of the 9th Indiana Cavalry, holding succes- 

• • ■ ,nk of Mai "■' - ■ • - - 



Color 



supplii 



and 



mplm 



ment being given to a torce of about 
■assistants, while tive traveling salesmen vepre- 

cities of the Union. A list of the standard 
rrepar.itions of this company fills a thirty-two 

len"gth must be omitted in this review, ft 
•comprises standard pills, extracts and pharma- 
ceutical preparations demanded by all drug- 
gists, of which we mention sugar coated pills, 
gelatin coated pills, fluid extracts, elexirs, pep- 
»ine and pepsine preparations, etc., etc. The 
purity of the productions are the sequence of 

cal skill, involving specialties and rights se- 
cured to this company onlv. In iSSi Messrs. 
1-illy Ac Co established a 'Western branch at 
Kansas City, located at No. 721 Delaware St., 
over which branch Mr. James E. Lilly exer- 
■■'^-^ general mai.agemcnt an 1 control. The 
IS with the house of Tarrant 



K.^stcm 



I portion 



f the 



me he 

e Gulf. 

,tion of 

life. The 



officers of the tirm of Eli LiUv & Co. a 
Lilly, President; James E. Liliy, Vice Presi- 
dent; Evan Lilly, Secretary, and Joseph K. 
Lilly, Superintendent. 

EDGAR J. HODGSON, 

ARCHlTtCT AND SUPERIXTKNDF.NT, 

Room 3 Fletcher ^: Siiarpe Bank 



STATE OF INDIANA. 

iinber of the i spacious offices, parlors, reception r( 
js in tliis sec- rooms and all required conveniem 



Mr. llo.l. -;■,■. I , 

PARROTT, NICKUM & CO., 
Ckacker Manuia,tiki.f:s 

Tlie present tii . 
successor to A. .V ' : , ■ 



ceeding vear. 
firm are'Hor, 
Both gentler 



E INDIAN APOLI.S GASD 
AND COKE COMPANY," 

OS.47AND49PKNNSVLVANIAS 



vears held it 
In April of 
managemeni 



; of the well known pub- 
is city and has for many 



cup\ 
direc 


tion for thf 11,, 






least 


as reasonable as tho 


M-^ otl 


red in 


Wes 


ern city. They also c 
Tiodious offices,' warcrc 
at Nos. 47 and 49 Pen 


ccup; 


sp,ic.ou 
nd man 
nia St.. 






615 

lie, Flat 
able to 



source of \vondei to touiUts fro-n 
lands. The Indianapolis Elevator C- 



A. M. KUUN, 



tionft were conducted uiuin ■ , :.:. ensuring a largo and btcadil. 

Kuhn & Co. for about o:.. ,■, . \: ! :iiand. Six experienced baker 

Kuhn purchased the eut.r ,: , Li-.-.ploved in the manufacturin 



SUppIic- .1 

block aiiJ 



STATE OF INDIANA. 



a.EY & McCREA 

^DjOBBIC 



a brancli in this city as early as lS66, at whici 
time Mr. Isaac Wright became the representa 
live of this firm here lor the purpose of pro 



inley !■<; Mc 



exhibit an 
The prcr..: 

thishri,: , 



a nalivo of London, Canad.i, . 




and clsewliero lias been in the 




tiouse of Scatcherd i Son 


or the past 23 


years, a greater portion of the 




of this city. Mr. Hopkins is a 


natiye of New 


York and came to this city a 




ago. Telephonic comn.unica 




^vith all parts of the citv, thro 


gh which thev 


may be con.sulted during all b 


jsiness hours. ' 


OTTO .STECHHAN, 




Lounges .and Reclinin 


G CH.MRS, Nos. 


i:S, 330 AND 132 Ft. W 





:clining chi 



the West. 

WRIGHT & HOPKINS, 

Wholesale Dealers in U/ 

So.v, OF Buffalo, N. Y.; Ofi 

Yards, 166 South Alahama S' 

Among those whose bu>iness inter 



ni;-.d a 
h.n.dwc 



Mr." Stechhan ( 



ceeding year. 


nee.-::... 


now closely 




Stechhan is" 




was born in 


iS^i. He 


with his pare 


nts in 1S5, 


in Cincinnati 




iSfS. In ear 


y life Mr. ,^ 


tiade of upho 


"sterer with 


but fourteen 


years of .n 


pay of an t 




sixteen years 


old he en 


Messrs. Spies 


el, Thoins 


their laclory' 


iQuinc^, 1 



CITY OF IND 

•Lhem for several years. In 1S71 he went to 
New Orleans and secured employment at his 

removed to Louisville, K_v., where he'remained 
six months and then returned to Indianapolis 
and engaj'cd with Mr. Philip Doha and where 
Jie remained until commencing business on 
his own account at the present location. 

RICHARDSOX & EVAN.S, 



various departments. Mr. George T. Evans 
is a native of Ohio and was born in 1S3S. lie 
has resid':d in Indianapolis since 1S61 and 
been engaged in manufacturing pursuits since 

ADOLF SCHFRRER, 

Architect, Mashnic Hall. 
Manv of the nu.-; in; .-.: . ->,i ,,,-.^-:i!u- 



prescn; 1; , 
jearsjr;,,: ,^ 

the old style o 
in iSSo, and o 
RicKard^nn \- 



■ Jucted bv 


fessi 


3ns in the celebrat 


ed schools of Vienna 


■.or of the 


Aus 




\v practical experience 


:.. about 13 




me of the leading c 


ities of America. In 


tho present 


1S72 


he took up his re.s 




which used 




int' the oftice of ai 


chitect May, where he 


ved bv fire 




ined until embark 




"the firm of 


own 


account, as abo 


■o'noted. Me is the 



trick !. 
latest a 



:mployed 



known brands 


of f.-ur, .unonj; which is their 




"Macbeth" and "Old Gold." 


These mills ra 


nk among the leading mills in 


Indianapolis a 


d for <,reneral thoroughness and 


completeness 


nf .^r.nnment wiir compare 


fVivor.^h!' V :■. 


: .'.r works in the West. 


The av. 


(.f stcck carried on 


hand i. • ; 


. -;;,r>jr, and the trade, 


which fv! :■ ' 


'- :. ! sections of the United 


States and al 


inciudes large shipments to 


foreign countr 


es, will range from .Sfioo.ooo to 


$700,000 per 


nnum. Messrs. Richardson & 


Evans have m 


ade it an inflexible rule to use 


^nly the best 


vheat, and with the verv best 


machinery an 


i most perlect process of pro- 


auction, the flc 


ur manufactured by them is a 






regarded as a = 


tandard of value on account of 


their uniformi 


v. Mr. D. A. Richardson, the 


senior membe 


'of the firm, is a native of New 




d was born at Lebanon, that 


^tate.Juno^^iy, 


18:7. He resided on a farm 




years of age, when h.e engaged 


in the busines 


s of buying and selling flour. 


In this capacit 


V and as'a manufacturer he has 


•been identified 


with the flouring interests for 


the past -^o -ea 


rs ind is thoroughlv conversant 


vlth alf the 


details of the business in its 




One of the leading establishments in this 
special line is that conducted bv the enterpris- 
ing firm of H. C. H runson,_&.,CQ. where a 
specialty is made of patent cut elm barrel 
hoops and head linings by a special process.. 
This industry was inaugurated in iSSo and re- 

The building at this location is ^oxi'20 feet in 
dimensions, equipped with improved ma- 
chinery for conducting the business in all its 
depirtrnents, propelled bv one 40 horse power 
engine and boiler, and aii average force of 2S 
employes are engaged. About 5,000 feet of 
the best quality of elm is consumed dnily and 
the process of making the material into' coils 
often hoops each is performed by machinery, 
when the ends are nailed and th'ey are ready 



STATE OF INDIAN 



;<C Guffiii, but after one year Mr. Tarleton di^. 
posed of his interest and engaged in the re.i! 



ager ortli-- I! -.• - .• .■ 'n: 

the present piirtncrship. II i 
ness associate, Mr. B. R. i; , 

atDanburv, Conn., May 3. i ; 

actiyelv dnsaged in mercasi'.:-, jui 
the past 50 \ cars. 

\V. C. MENDENHAI.L \- yOX, 



^■ho 0. 




in dime 


ii-'l:!.. ' 1:,- ..... : 


line of 




meal, 




and all 


kinds of Ibed. Tl 


establi- 




scale, i 





WILLIAM HAERLE, 
LADIE.S- ..\ND Cmr.r.R, 
Goods, 4 We.st Wash. 



groceric-. 
good-, pr 
cigars, , • 



Tarleti 
born i 



he was engaged 
1S71 he remoycd 
grocery slo-e at I 



CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS 



.. Merrill, Rlsidknce, i: 



r'^huj--'^ 



I.ES R. MILLS 






I:. ok pos- 



addroMHg Mr, Mcrr;;; r,^ a:■o^ f 
tive genius is unsurpassed in thi 

MRS. M. K. HAP.ING, 

MlMJM-fV. ?! N"KTU In 

Amoti/ ■! • ' ■ - - 



Mrs. M. E. H.ibin-. at No. 44 North Illi 
St., where is exhibited a beantil'ul and sea 
able line of the latest styles of hats and 1 
nets, ribbons, lares, rVov. er-, f--alhers, t: 
mings, ornaments, etc. The aveiage valua 



■ "■ ■"-•;'' I J. GILES SMITH, 

".'r'Ve"sew' ^"""^ Fixtures and Plumi 

'"■ .Tlio^e TWs'l^'one'onhe m'o^t'lxu'n' 

■>-*''.°" by , 1,,,^. i„ thi, ii„, ^„j occupies a ^al 



mp^ri- 



srablv 



hich 






; of In- 

dinna snd \v,s born in 1S51. He is a thor- 
oughly practical plumber and steam and gas 
fitter who has been identified with this special 
hranch of industry since 1S6S. He has estab- 






of" c 



: of o 



;ntitles 



3 the 



chants in this 

THE INDIANA FIRE INSURANCE 
COMPANY, 
Martixdale Block. 

Among the thoroughly established and re- 
liable fire insurance companies ot the West is 
recognized the Indiana Insurance Company, 
which dates its organir^ation to 1S51, and so 
thorough were the principles of equity com- 
preher.ded th.it it rapidiv secured and has 
Sinc^- rrt-: : .: ;.i;;.' / , or :. ^■.■ , .c. A h( 



traliz...) - : , 

thorr.,1..: ; Mi: 

ble org.mizatiuns. 
the Indiana Fir 



) the c. 



hoKk:. ■_,,:, 


transactions, giving employment to two a 


and re: . ,.( 


sistants. Mr. Anderson is a native of Gi. 




many, where he was born in 1S4!. Wh 




but seven years of age he came to this cou 


retarv, and Chas. D. D.irs., ;- . , -e 


try, and during his long residence in this ci 


gentlemen also control ,•: .;,,. 


has established for himself and his cho- 




profession an enviable reputation and succes 


ern Fire Insurance Compan .-.; ; ..,..:•,., , .n., 


ful business career. 


also th.- Springfield Fire and M.irinc of Mas- 




sachusetts, the Trans- Atlantic of t.crinany, 


JOHN CADWALLADER, 


and the German Insurance Company of Pitts- 


Photographer, Bee Hive Corner. 


burgh, Pa., all of which are companies of 


This enterprise was inaugurated in 1S7:. a 


large capital, with abundant assets to insure 


the elegant pictures produced here since tl 


the p'-on-pt a_;iustm.-nt of losses which may 


time resulted in a considerable increase in t 




annual transactions, which now reach fiu 




$S,ooo. The reception room on the seco 


JOHN M. TODD, 


floor is :;o.\5o feet in dimensions, handsoim 


Rfai, EsT.\Tf: AND General Broker, 


furnished and elegantly appointed for the co 


No. 24I ; East Washington St. 


yenience and comfort of patrons. Upon t 


Mr. John'M.Todd is a native of Pennsyl- 


walls are many fine works of art which w 


vania and was born in Chester County, but 


bear favorable comparison with anv simil 


came to this cily in iS6t, where he entered 


productions bv the world renowned New Vo 


the service of oi'ie of the leading real estate 


or PhiUdelphla photographers. On the thi 


dealers and operators of that period. By the 


floor is a well appointed apartment occupi 




for printing, finishing, mounting and oth 


enabled to open an otlice on hi; own account. 


purposes, while the operating room is on t 


in which he met with marked success. Mr. 


same floor. Mr. Cadwallader makes a >p 


Todd is one of the best intormed gentlemen 


cially of first class work in India ink, 


jn the city on the s.-.biect of lands and im- 


crayon or pastel, and of copying and enlargi 




old' pictures in the highest style of art. '1' 


many vears made a prominent specialty of 


appointments of his gallery, even to the mir. 


Jooking after the interests of non-resident 


details, are perfect for the'p > .i :■ •. - . ■'-. ' '■ 


firojierty holders, paying taxes, collecting rents 


less results in the way .1 . . : • ^ ' 


and exercising a general control and super- 


artistic backgrounds, perk> • 


vision of their interests. Probablv few agents 


cameras and every device • -■ , ■.„■ / 


in tl-.e West are as thoroughly informed as to 


most elegant and 'pleasing work in tnis ui 



INDIANA, 
true values, and 



wners will find it to thel- 
themselves of his service-, 
of this office during th-j 



characterized" by thorough reliability, probit 

which have secured for Mr. Todd the unlir 
ited confidence of his numerous patrons ar 
the public generally. 

WM. C. ANDERSON, 

Aiistr^\cts of Titlfs, Notary Pum. 



tMai 



tSt. 



;ng but a perfect abstract secures I 
er or holder a clear comprehension 1 
Ttections to title in liens, mortgages i 
efects in conveyances of real cst.i 
re so essential in all such tran.saction 
iding otTice of this kind in this citv 
iducted by Mr. Wm. C. Anderson, wl- 
m his attention to this pursuit lor tf 
is prepared t( 












iable exhibi 
■elating t. 



CITY OF INDIAXAPOLIS. 



being the acl<n 
dianapoli<; for n 
Mr. Cadwalladt 



le hundred days' organization 

aliened at Bridgeport, Ala., durir 

• service. }ic was honorably d\< 

the fall of 1S64, and returnir,-" to T 

resumed his former positiun . ; ' 

In the spring of 1S70 he v. 






mpU 



WILLIAMS & KISTXER, 



) Fa 



1 Sts. 






tablished in 1872 upon a 
comparatiyelv moderate scale, has steadily 
increased in the scope of its operations and 
now transacts an annual business of more 
than $40,rxx), and carry an average stock in 
material and finished stock of about $5,000, 



In; 



, L0A.« 



Agency, Nos. 3 ani 

manyyea?s ag'o by Rud> 

Vinton, and subseciuentl > 
& Co., who coi.'l 



of the 



il May, 1SS2, when 



Mr. 



sideil in Indirmapol,; lor nearly twenty vears. 


of LoL; j; , !.;"','/ ;'/.:"'-.- -;.'"; „' 


and l.as been uninterruptedly en^raged in thi= 


additi,..:: • ■ .-■ 


special branch of industrial enterprise. Mr. 




Anderson Lewi.s, jilso a practical and expe- 




rienced carriage maker, is a native ot Jefferson 
County, Kv., and was born in 1S3J. He 




proved farms or wild ianj;, and are 


learned the trade while a bov in his native 


prepared to make liberal advances on ap 


state, and came to Indianapolis in 1S65. 


securities. The individual members 




representative firm, Messrs. John W. W 


R. E. STEPHENS, 


and Robert A. Kistner, are both nati 


Agent White Sewing Machines, Nos. 


this state. 


17 and 19 Massachusetts Ave. 




Mr. Stephens commenced business in this 


SURBEY Si BAKER, 


city as repairer of sewing machines in 1870, 


"Elm Tree Grocery," 199 Vir 


at No. 58 Fa.t Market St., where he remained 


Ave. 


about two year.^, removing from there to Nos. 


This est-iblishment derives its name 


17 and 19 Massachusetts Ave. In 1S7S he 


an old elm tree which until 1S70 stood 


received the appointment "as agent for the 


rear of the grocery store, and was said 


White machines for six counties, and as show- 


the largest elm in' the state. This mo 


ing the increase in his business it mav be 


tablishrnent dates its origin Irom 1864 


mentioned that his sales for the tirst yea'r did 


it was founded bv the tir.n of Doughe 


not exceed $2,ox), whiie at the present time 


Baker. In 1S67 'Mr. J. S. Surbev pur 


they closely approximate $15,000, and his an- 


the interest of Mr. Dougherty, and the 


nual business in the repair department is not 


became Baker A: Surbev, the bu.ine.... 


less than $-^.000 Mr. Stephens carries a lars;e 


ward bein;: conducted 'under the >t\ 


stock of machines, including the various stvles 


Baker A: Atkinson, E. L. A'kia.on, Ai 


manufactured bv this company, from which 


i Jackson, and Jackson \- Cou-^r 




spring of 1878 the last naii.r I !■ ,. 


dealer in m - .■ ,. ' _.■'■.: . ■:,:,: 


to the corner of East an,'. - • 




Messrs. Surbey & Baker ; 


ot Chu-k V i • : V 


the site made famous by :, 


Hisear:v ,::■■ , --..■. • :; .. •...•.. ,:, ; ;:• m. 


where they occupy two r'M.-i , ,1 


father's tannery ,it terre Haute, InJ., to -.vl.ich 


gate fioor space 'or .■■,... ■ .:,.'. c 


city his parents removed while he was quite 




yo'ung. In 1S64, before attaining his majority, 


country produce, ■.■ ■• : 1 he 


he enli'^ted in -he service of his country as a 




member of the 133d Indiana Volunteers, a 


livery wagon, havi^^; u-lci^nunx >.on,m 



Vinton & Co. The fii 
represented by this firr 
and most reliable in 
Royal of Liverpool, England, wi 



of M. E. 

companies 

long the largest 



STATE OF IXIHAXA. 

i transact an I devoted his attention to selling manle 
o. Mr. J. S. grates, opening liis present eslablishm 



ber, iSr,6, when he renl-^ : • . 








trade. KU p.irtner, Mr. 1 ., 




native of St. P.iu!, Min., 




1859. He came to thi- .;-■ 




when but rtve vears 0!" njv 1'., . ; ■, •., :■ 








spring of 1S78, he was eiiiploved as clerk in 


Erdelni 


the same line u hich now occupies his atten- 


He w.i~ 


lon. 


trade. 


HOPKINS & SOX, 




AvEXUE M.-\NTEL House, N0.90 Massa- 


enlis'.c, 






Ihi, h.,..,c. ih,- on!^ on- in :i,e citv in.-kini,' 


tain. \ 


lurau'.!'' '■ , ' ' ■■' :, ", ' ' • ''':■' "'-if 


the waf 


firm in : ■ ■ ■. ; , 


barked 



>m the manu'-.ic- 1 WILLIAM G. RCBUSH, 

gent,s in this citv | Carpenter and Buile 

I C. B. Evans i- j CHfSETTS Ave. 

e of sample,-- of Mr. Ri-,bu-,h, in the pro^ecu 



CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS. 



1[F.R, RICHIE .v HANFORD, 



WlIOL 

Althou" 
-ii.irv, :S8;, 
Wishing a !i 
.comprise 
22x1:5 f-^' 



floor t.. 
■plovel 



sor of 


Der 


t.-il I 


John N 
"rhoma 


^ S 


' H'ac 


Mc-ch^ 




Dei 


U. D. 


S, 


Pro 



Alban 


, thi 


s-u,ie. lie 




1S76 a' 


d h.i 


s had an exn 




this br 








born i 


N 


w Vork'bii 
le of the city 




INDI. 


VNA 


DENTAL 


COLLEGE 



Wednesdav i, 


Mar 


tistry, dental 




mechanical :l 


j:V: ■■ 


seating. But 


'm'c^ 




pr.ic 


are graduated 




student bein- 


con-^'id 


because of the 


numb 


attended. Th 


e coi; 


Pennsvlvania 




partment, the 


acult 


the chemical 


labor 


third flDor. 


The 



e a vear. 


week. Mr. Bakev ■ , 




.. and was 


tion", the 


born at Fairfield, t, :. l ,. 




iS+i. He 


Indiana. 


first learned the !r.. i- 1 ,-: : 






in Octo- 


a resident of Indi.ina in is_. 




ocaling at 


in about 


Knightstown. Henrv Coun 


y, 


where he 


T the tirst 


worked at his trade until 1S62. 


He 


was after- 


A full 


wards connected uith millin- 




rests until 




became to India';,;: 'i, •;, :'^ 




;a entered 




the works of t!i,- - ; .. \' 




Cabinet 




Companv. where 1, ; ; 




about ten 




years. He sub~,.>; , . ; 








;hip with Mr. J :: ;. ., . - 




■ -aw-miU 




business. In 1S74 'i^' '' -'■ ■ 








own account and did con-.r m ■ 








years and then for the -.-. 




-■■d 



C24 STATE OF 

WILLIAM SPOTTS, 



This 



leof t! 



s for b 






s. building 50x120 feet in 
dimensions. The house was founded bv its 
present proprietor in iS;6 as a retail grocery 
and provision store, on' East Washington St. 
After numerous changes and removals the 
business gradunlly came into the present 
groove of commerce and in 1S69 the present 

and now amount to fully $1 10,000 per year 
and embraces ail sections of this and adjacent 

acting business ci ' - ■• ' •■ : t- Prompt 



W. E. >UCK i: CO., 
Real Est.v 
Agents, Mof 



; Lo.\ 



, 6S E. 
This olTice was established in iS53 and its 

many millions of dollars and extended over 
all sections of the United States and territor- 
ies. This firm enjoys exceptionable facilities 
for the disposition ol'every description of real 
estate in city or country and negotiating loans 



n appro 



Thei 



ividur 



bers of the tirm are W. E. Mick and E. L. 
Mick, gentlemen of prolonged business ex- 
perience, thoroui^hlv identified with the pro- 



F. BREMERMAX, 

C-\RRIVr,E ReTOSITORY AND LiVERY 

AND Feed Stable, S6 and SS East 
New York St. 
V,"ith a long practical experience in the 

Northwest, and at iii- ccimmodious salesrooms, 
Nos. b'.a.i . i : • N.w York St., Mr. F. 
BromtiM. , iJmirable line of open 



, wagur 



phae 



INDLVNA. 




JOSEPH LEWARK, 




Furs, Pelts, Hides, Wool, Tali 




etc.. No. 27 W'EiT Peart. St. 




The reliable house of Mr. Tn.fph I.r^ 




was established here as e;i^lN - 1 '■; .■. 




enterprising proprietor h.:-. 1 ■ 
distinctive branch of trade i:- 




the Union. Mr. Lewark ,. ., 




three storv brick buildinc :.\, 




sionsat No. 27West Pea.! ^: / 




warehouses for storage pi: ,' I 
chases from a variety of soi;: •- .i'.'. ■.,;■ 




of furs, sheep pelts, hides, t.illoa, wool, 
which is shipped by him to the principal 


S 


furs alone range from $40,000 to $So,o<x>. 
Lewark was born in Virginia in 1S19, 


Mr. 
:md 


has resided in this state for the past fort> 


five 



J'^rs. 

A. A. McKAIN, 

Monumental Work, 70 E. .\L\.rket St 

Although this business was established a 

recentlv as iSSi bv its present proprietor it ha 

ilready attained a high rank among its con 



mpora 



n this 



t the firs 



He 



S -'6,000, while for 1SS2 they closely 
uated $36,000. Mr. McKain occupies 
ig ;oxSo leet in dimensions, with spa- 
ounds and yards, and exhibits some of 
,t specimens of monumental art to be 
iny similar establishment in the West. 



mployir 



s for 



perienced assistants and enjoys 
the prompt execution of all orders lor worK ui 
this line from the smallest sizes of plain he.-id 
stones to the most elaborate and expensive 
ornamental monumental work in American 
or imported marble or granite. His trade al- 
ready extends throughout the states of Indi- 
ana,'Ohio, Illinois and Kentucky and many of 
the finest specimens of art in the leading cem- 
eteries of these states were designed, executed 
and erected bv Mr. McKain, who is a native 
of Ohio and was born in 1S51. He has re- 
sided in Indiana for the past six years. 

JOHN H. McGAW, 

Cigars and Tobacco, 16 N. Illinois St. 

Mr. McGaw commenced business in this 

city in 1S64 upon a comparatively moderate 



) per a 



tin din 



His 



is finished ir 



iioder 



ired from mx.-, 




oun trade. He 




.; popular varie 




• iuccos, snufls, 
>: tides generall 


pipe'^ p.H 
Mr Mc 


Scotland and w 


s born at 



CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS. 



625 ■ 



e Union and through 



O. S. KELl.V \ SOX 



1S7S, at which time the prehent partnership 
was formed. He came to this state in 1824, 
and to Indianapolis in January, iSjS. Mr. H. 
S. Kellv is a native and litelons? resident of 
Indian.i' and was born in Shelbv Counlv in 
1S40, coming to tliis city in 1,44s with" his 
parents. He learned the trade ot printer at 
the Sentinel otlice in this citv and was em- 
ployed at that pursuit until' 1S69. He was 
sub~fquentl_v engaged in the real estate busi- 




hen he learned this trade. The firm pub- 
^h for gratuitous circulation an illustrated 
ular giving full particulars as to the merits 
advantages of their roonng, siding and 
clad paints, wliicli are manufactured ex- 
islv tor them under Green's patents, from 
purest, toughest and hardest Lake Supe- 



and "siding ' 



O. S. K. 



THOMAS J. 


H \.MILION 




Board of 


TRVDF LICNR SlOKF 


52 AND 


54 Kf.vtl- 


KY Avt 




At the establishment of Mr. Th 


mas J. 


Hamilton, prop 


rietor of the well know 


n Board 


of Trade Ciga 


Store, at Nos. ^2 and 


^4 Ken- 


tucky Ave., c 


jrner of Tennessee ,St 




may be found 












brands of fine c 






and smokers' a 












TnV^pnu^c 




ng out 


annuallv abou 


Toc'ooo cigars, making 


a spe- 


cialty of'oox ar 


d retail trade and the 


brands, 




." a ten cent cigar, and 


■Board 




' ■--:■. -.Mr, Hr. Ham 


Iton is 




^ '.. — and was 


born in 



STATE OV INDIAXA. 
atus-ct of Pro'Juctive , this city and 



\ards, of 



factuif 
h"om>.v 



' Com': 



THE PEOPLES COOPERATIVE RAIL- 
WAY COMPANY OF AMERICA. 

To inspire earful thought and inveNtigation, 



portalion or fa 


e to 


the holde 


issued, are to't 




nverlible 


upon the sam 


e p 




bonds. The ai 




t of capi 


regulated at th 







CITY or INDIANAPOLIS. 627 

!nt of five or .fi ; ■• • mV d .ii, , communistic interests and co-operative pur- 

"n^/'"vtr?i!"'- ' i HORNE's electro-magn?:tic 

/i ; ■:' ;,.;■ ■■ ■ ^ -.- i BELT, 

■ ''I J. G. R. BoYCE, Agent FOK Indiana, 62 



pleu.ul,., -. . . , • ,. .. ;' 

effectVK.llv :,.■.:< '■■.■■■ -T i ,:i— ,i •;. •. i- 

ration. Every olficc'r or employe ol" tiie road 



y 



individual ir 
country on 



ase, ayspepM.i, ... ;..- 

, . icm, it> power and etSciencv 
;: ;j.lyot"the needed element to ] 

;i;id produce a normal and ( 

. . '; 11 anteed tiie onlv genuine elec- 

m the world 'which has vet 

::red results. It cures diseases 



STATE OF INDIANA. 



foUowiiig points: It i 



igorating tlie entire l after which, on account of disability, he re- 

il coniiition, physi- ceived an honorable discharge. Mr. Charles 

jpcriori'vol Horn's I Aid.'..,' was born in Obc-rkirchen, Prussia, in 

dcsiijiiatcd hv the 1 iS:6,^iiiJ cunie to this country in 1S49, Ian.!- 



it requ;r>_ 

vinega: . 
body i^ . 



; RUSSELL i: MERRIFiELD, 



INDIANAPOLIS 


VARNISH WORKS, 


EnvE.;, Ai.D,XG 


& Co., Cor. Ohio .s> 


Pine Sts. 




These works were 


established up.i:, :•. .- ■ 


paratively small sea 


e in iS70,loc..:- 



ion. This machin 




ninunted'on four 


vheels, the hind one 


'bei 


ig thirty-four inche'^ 


nigh, the front ones 


hirl. 


inches high and so 


.onstructed that the 




1 turn short under 


he machine if nece. 




The running gear. 






.,..::. nf .x3 inch 


ough oak or a-h. 




,,:k1 braced 


h.it it is undoub- 




■ • machine 

■ • : v. the farm- 

■,;r.e i, constructed 

.:;.nn which rest> a 

•n table. The car- 



to the I 
York, s,. 

a.nd was ^ 



CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS. 

J and the upper , be we 
up for operation it two 



shafts. A vi 
to the upper 



Auknian i: Co., Omton, O.; Kobi 
., Richmond, Ind.; Upton Manui'.u 
'., Cattle Creek, Mich.; E. M, Bird 
., Auburn, N.Y.; Harrison Machine ' 



nd wear. 'i'!.]. implement can eiisilv be put 


leader, in tl 


p and taken down bv one man, and" there is 


quality and 


o heavier Hiring needed than could be done 




y a boy fifteen years old. Two men can 


is almost ex 




the produc 


nd take it down in a little over one minute. 


bread, roll 


ts weight is about eight hundred pounds, and 




is attached by a short tongue behind tlie 


pied for otTi 



chaff is carr 


ed to the r 


niddle of 


making the c 


-nter the m 


st compa 


be attached t 




ator, and 


the sli=;litest 




acker ha 


ways keep oi 


t of the dus 


t, as thev 



rent departments, while four two horse 
and two single horse wagons are con- 
ingaged in supplying the city trade, in 
to one dray, us'ed for shipments by 






STATE OF INDIANA. 



ne's. In 1843 he came tc 
inr? at New York citv, f 
settled in Cleveland, O., %% 



lis country, land- 
n after which he 
re he first opened 



:itv only had a p->pulrtion of aloi 
3., where, for a period of 20 ye; 



the Equitable Society introduced into its poli- 
cies what is known as the "Incontestable 
Clause," by vhich the society binds itself to 
take no advantage, after three years, of any 
defenses on the ground of misstatement or 
error in answering the questions in the apjili- 
cation for insurance. The only conditions 
bindin- on tir. holder ofa policy of the Equit- 

. i \ ance of the rules 
' .ilthy parts of the 



THE EQUITABLE LIFE A.SSURANCE 
SOCIETY OF THE UNITED STATES. 
Thi-, company, who~e Indianapolis office i^ 



Afterward 



care, which secures large advantage 
assured, and the risks held by this c 
are nearerthe period of -election luni 
terrisk.-. than that of comp : : • ,.■ 
ha%e e.xtendcd ov.-r a nu.. ; . : 

The amount of new bu-.r 
this company for the yea: 1 - a,, 



NDIANAPOLl 



:, i;: Grant County ir 
: .;.;a with his fathei 
„-.-h, 1877. 

; COMPANY, 

Letail Ice, 223 Wem 



justh 
the hiv 
haves. 



ike, .1 



the bu-i: 
to keep. 
by ava.l-. 



husband's 
plained. 1 



lived to of Ohio and was botn in i'- ; ; 
jeen ex- native of North Carolina aii.i 
e pledge 26th, iSqi. Mr. I. W. Arm-. 
is score, ' Ohio in'iSsS. 



CITY OF IXDIAXAl'OLIS. 631 

EXCELSIOR STEAM BOILER AND | hinged to the base "A" by unhin<Mn" '-D " and 

SHEET IRON WORKS, bv disconnecting feed pipes "E"°and -l'" the 

J. . Mv .V, >T. Cox, ?:■—■-- >", I boiler ran be ~ tipped bn,:k and the r'a'e 




Mr.Jolin A. M. Cox. Th. 

located on the corner of MarM.mo .11'.^ i.!;. ■ 

sylvania Sts., where it occupies ajirounJ space , '^onMi:.,; 

of looxioo feet and is devoted to the nianufac- cxceih i ■ 




India 



Plate "B" ha-, j lor ex.! 

a grove ir. the top which carries a packing; in | iS6; ai; : 

the bottom of the grove and fits over the I Presid. : 

lower edLe of the shell and fire box, being ! sippi Riv 



cles made here. Mr. John A. M. Cox, 
proprietor, is a native of this state and 
born in New Albany in 1S4;. .\ftcr uoil 
at his trade for about t«o %..,-- •.. ■ ! ': :', 
listed on April 23d, 1 



r I.ii 



STATE OF INDIANA 



the First Arm^- Corps of Veterans, undor com- 
mand of Geneia! H-ncne!-,, \ , • ! v.;-- 
chieflv on detiched du'.^ ' ; 

HookVr in New York Cit , : 
tionof F-irst Lieutenant, 'll.. ., - m ■ . 

Marshal for the trial of tiio^c against unom 
charges still remained at thi close of tlie war. 
With an honorable record thrtnigh nearlv five 
;)'ears service he « as mustered out at VVash 
ington City, March 2ist, iS66. Mi r.,. 
then leturned to civil life, coming Jii' l-. ■ • 

served about eiijht years with the pre.l.'. - , - 
of Sinker, 15avis i^:' Co., most of ilie li:.:e ... 
loreman of the sheet iron department. He 
■H-as afterward employed in other works, but 
subsequently returned to Sinker, Davis XCo.. 
where he was employed up to the time of 

held the position of foreman in leading manu- 
factories and is a skilled as well as experienced 



;mployed. Mr. Dav 
5 of Scotland and \v 
■nts died when he w 



INDIANAPOLIS PUMP COMPANY, 

No. 90 NOKTH DRt.AWARE St. j 

One of tl,e most successful devices pro- 



pump n;. 










CompaIl^ 










letters p.. 










1SS2. -1 










favod^e.' 


It posse.- 


ses tht 


following 


admi'ra- 


ble adva 


ntages ov 


»r all 


others; t\\ 


sized 


cylinder 


nd double 


acting 


force pura 


, which 




it to publ 




e. This c 




also mak 


- a .^pecia 


ty of' 


landling at 


whole. 


sale and 


etail all k 


nds ol 


iron nozzl 


s, hand 


engines 


nd simila 


r artic 


es i:i this 


line, to 


which th 




of th 


e public is 




fully i.r. 






/of the c 




are: Jo: 






■ t;C. K.M 


-rrifield, 


Secret a, - 






:iJ L. D. R 


ilsback. 


Superi^.■ 




|M.-'n 






RUSSELL A: SON, 






Bra 




N Fou 


NDRY, NOS 




;2 B 


Dr.t.K St. 








This 1 




found 


d in isr,; 


hv Mr. 


Martin B 


Springer 


In K 






became 
shortly a 

the m.in. 


fteiward, 
1 Mr, Rus 


with 
the p 







been associated as a parti 
EMI KENNEDY, 



CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS. 



house, located on r • - 




• ■ i 


overlooking Circk ! 






for hotel purpo^-c- ^^ . 






and has been occi: ' 






seven years and c.i" 






present popular jv 




■■ l-,o have 


since made ma.■.^ r , . 






and completely renovate 1 






throughout, introducing a 






provements, including iIl 






building is a substantial Iul 






ture with basement and -^\ 






sions. On the first floor 'i. 


situated 


"a^" hand- 


somelv furnished and con 


•enienth 


arranged 


otrice.'.i commodious dininj, 






ing capacity fur loo -u.-t. 


reaJmg 


and writ- 


ing rooms and In . ; ; 




,.eck and 


baggage rooms (> - 
gatitlv liirnished jv ■ 




.! are ele- 
.oms and 


apartinents en fin.'. . ,. , , 




third and 


fourth floors are o-c::,--- 




,t cham- 


bers, all f« .«;■/?. The bast- 


nent rioor is used 


for barber shop and bath r 




ntlemen s 


wash room and closets an 


i for til 


kitchen. 


culinarv and laundrv depa 




he entire 


building being used'e>;c!us, 






poses. The -Brunswick" 






exclusive of those require! 







he.it'ed hv urates or "stove-, u 


, ; ,,, '\],^ 




;'■;;• rf''>'"g 




V '.?i ascent,' 






been taken to ..mard a'^amM accKi 


ents by fire. 


One hundred "and filty gue>ts c 


n here find 




me and the 




dinarv times 




•ed to popu- 


:„ ; ,v .;, ..|- r:-x3perday. The 


tubles are at 


, J with the choice 




;, 'he market afford 


s, served in 


:;,. :.■ ■ ,:,.:•:,.- manner bvpolit 


e attendants, 


ana tne au^i,ir ,-, under the'imm 


diate super. 


vision of skilled cooks. Mr. J 


H. and W. 


Swart are natives of Schenectadv 


Countv, N. 


Y., where the latter was born in' 


1S52, the for- 


mer in 1S47. Both brothers have 




hotel experience. As calerers to 


he traveling 


public, the Swart Brothers are de 


ervedly pop- 


ular. They have followed thi 


branch of 



STATE OF INDIANA. 



AMICABLE INVESTMENT COMPANY, | GRUBB, PAXTON & CO, 
_ No. 34 Circle St. , ,. ' Insur.\n-ce Agents, BRr 



of India. ui;, 

enabled to r 
plans upon i 
pie and roa. 



agent .1 
full par.i 



, hattan Life Insu 



II European port; b_v t 



i reliable and pop- 



E. C. ATKINS \- CO., 



JOHNSON, DANLEY & CO., 



Soul 



s St. 



The 



jndatic 



'.{■: 



3S0 


West M 


\RKET St. 




This f 




ganized January i, iSSi, as 




--, to J. B 


John-on & Sc ' 


n., by whom 


the hu. 








Sf:'" 








all size-, 








the in, 




■'li ■ ■ ■ . 




The firr 




sule pr. , ' ■ ■ 




dianapol 


s Excels 


or Con,:. ■• 




buildln- 


and unde 
arried on 


rthe s.in 
themanu- ■. 




grades 


- excelsio 






principa 


building 


is thoroughlv 


equipped «ith 


special 


-nachinerv 


, operated bv 


water power 


supplied from the 


canal. This'i 


the most ex.- 


tensive 
and its 

sections 


stablishn 
ofVhel : 


em of its kirn 


in the West. 
ir.ating $40,- 
- ! lots to all 
.filial mem- 


bers of 


he firm .i 




tu.-ed are J 


B. John 


sun, M. 


-ai..L>. \v. H. 


l„lm.on and 


0. B. J 






ir.a^ement 


the -wor 


ts devoU- 


es upon Mr. J 


. B. lohnson. 


who is a 




" Morgan Cou 


nty, Ind., and 


was born Septeir 


ber .3. 1S30, 


oming to this 



dates back t 

IS C. Atkins, who 
polls as a cite for a saw m.i 
of the abundant timber ■^ur 
beginning was mostmode-t 



AttI 



in'st hirr 



for f 






a fair 



;ased capital, he associateu 
^rs. Knippenberg & Kappes. 
ns visited England, in ord 
•r stock than was obtainable 
lis country, and succeeding, 1 



-66. r 



r Stee 



: of tl 



d by the trade generallv 
the market, In Janu.. 
reorganized, Messrs. Geo 
• L. Gallup and Merritt 



one hundred and thirty-five workmen are em- 
ployed under the per<;onal supervision of 



CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS. 635 

pproved style, hair and cloth brushes. 



partner, is the 



made, the patents for 

e firm. The methods 

inpering, straightening and grinding 



brushes, whitewash, paint and var 

goods find a readv sale througl 
and lUinoib and as far west as 
fuui-;':- being represented by t\ 



swl 



INDIANAPOLIS STKAM BRUSH 

WORK.S, 

Peter F. Pryce, Proi'kietor, 14 .\ 




ive of Ohio and was born s 
cinn.-iti, Junes, 1S40. In iS;6Ji 
production of Indianapolis, and has been idcnlitici 



ith the 



STATE OF IN' I) 



D. BLACKMORE & CO., 




Flour and Graix Commi 


ssioN- Mer- 




UR A Sl>E- 


ciALTY, Room 20, Chamee 


R OF Co.M- 






This representative firm was fo 




ibr the transaction of a general 




business in gr.iiii, tiour, hav and n 


ill feed, and 


aggre;;.-.!.-, ^■ ' ■ ■ ■ ■■ • 


■r;< extend- 


ing to.., . : ,.: ■■ ; • 


Mates and 


Cana,!.., 1 . 


■ whicl.this 


firm h... ,. ■. : ,; ; ,-,.: „: • • 




handling,' the ■■!•:.«• yra-ifs" of tio 


ir and thev 


were the first i.. the city to make 


his a speciJl 


branch of business. Previous to 


their en^a- 


ging in thi^ special line the 


low grades 


had but ];.■'■ ^!- r,.,.-.;.. of tlic 


city and no 



enlisted in Compan}- A, of the 3d Ohio In- 
fantry, participating in many of the most 
noted battles and skirmishes 6f the war. II,: 
was finally mustered out of service in iSr,, 
but soon ifter re enlisted in the 7th Michi-,,, 
Lattery, where he did faithful dutv until tla; 
close of 1S65, when he was mustered out. 
During the three ^ cai> active service he acted 
as special r~-;-> ■- •, ' • " "nd sketch artist lor 
//«;•/•■»■> • - ■' '■.■<-/y. After beio;; 



Mr. Sm 



nyer, Mr. 



de and 



was born at Madison, JetTerson County, in 
1S12. He was the first white child born in 
that now pro^peKui^ and thriving town, then 
a fronli'.r \. . v 500 or 400 inhabi- 



mporu 



for prompt and 

HUEBXER & MUELLER, 
Akchitfct.s. Ro(,m 22 E 
■ Washington- St. 



. : connection with the 
u Kittrests of Indianapo- 
ed an enviable reputation 
rable dealing. 



This 



ell k 



Hall in ti,. ■:, •< ,i;, ■•■,,: Infirmary in Put- 
building and Catholic Academy at Xew Al- 
bany. The large ice house anil Imttling shop 
of the C. F. Schmidt Brewing Company was 
<iesigntd and erected by this firm. Thev also 
built Maus' Brewery and the additional "build- 
ing used in connection with the brewery, 
together with two large stores and a dwelling 
house for Mr. Maus. Mr. H. R. Iluebner, the 
senior member of tlie tirm, is a native of Dres- 
den, Saxony, and w.is hon 



He 



Dre 



Academy of Kirc Arts, 
thorough practical and theoretical knowledge 
of the art, and was afterwards engaged in 
Berlin, Munich, Frankfort and other large 
cities of Germany. He came to America in 
1S59, continuing in the pursuit of his profes- 
•sion until 1S61, when, the war breaking out, he 



- , .: , :.e designed a large 

r;;: , : ,. , ..' ;, : ..: , ._;, through the state. 

in iS:;6 and studied .architecture with Mr. 
Huebner, being with him while the latter gen- 
tleman was in partnership with both Mr. Enos 
and Mr. Bunting. The present copartnership 
•i\as formed in 1S79. 

MUMMEXHOFF ^; CO., 

CO.MMISSION MkrCHANTS, XOS. 21 AND 

23 South Delaware St. 
This firm was organized in 1SS2, as imme- 
diate successors of the Excelsior Creamery 
Company. The business of the firm involves 



'refer, bv permission, to Messrs. Fletcher .v 
Sharpe, bankers, and to Messrs. F. P. Rush M 
Co.j grain merchants. Correspondence and 
consignments of any description of country 
produce is solicited and prompt personal atten- 
tion is guaranteed. Their otfice is connecti\i 
by telep"honic communication with all sections 
of the city, and orders by wire or telephone 
are promptly attended to. The premises oc- 
cupied for business purposes embrace t"0 
stores and basement ;oxSo feet in size, ar.J 
their transactions e.^tend over all sections 
of the Union. Mr. F. Mummenhoff was born 
in Westphalia, Germany, in 1S53. and came 
to the United States in 1S7J. He landed at 
Xew York and came directly to this city, 
where he accepted a position as bookkeeper 
with Messrs. Over i: Krag, and sub'^equon'.iy 
in the same capacity with Messrs. Fletcher ^: 
Sharpe, bankers, whore he remained until the 
tormation of the present partnership. Mr. E. 
H. Williams was born in Milan, Ripley Coun- 
ty, Ind., in 1S39. In iSf)i he enlisted i'n 0>rn- 
p'anv I, 13th Regiment Indiana Volunteers, 
and' served under General McClcUan, at.d 
subsequently in the Army of the Putoma^-, 
and was again transferred to Charleston, S. C 
and he allerward participated in the enga;;e- 
ments at Rich Mountain, Greenbriar, Win- 
chester, the siege of Fort Wagner, and the 
bombardment of Fort Sumter. On M.ay l<>, 
1S64, Mr. Williams while on a reconnoissance, 



CITY OF INDIAlNAPOLIS. 



96 South Delaw are 
■ocations and has 



mgh the i 



:e business under 



p to the organization of the 



Jo. 



3 Dai 



The Indianapolis Wooden Dish Company 

Ai^ii, ,'^^-''"''1. i° ■-■n';. r'r^'t"^ '^'T";,,?;; ;" 



inical educati 
r of the rehi 



The 1. 



the pre; 
berger. 



e atHic 



1 unplea 



id responsibility, and their prices are made 

asonable and satisfactorv. The business, 
hich was originally established in 1S61, came 
to tlie hands of the present proprietors in 
7 J, who are thoroughly conversant with all 
ments of the 



individuF 



: Mr. 



ative of Ire _ 

* Messrs. Robert Long and Isaac L. Hedges 
, natives of Ohio. They have resided in thii 
I state for periods ranging from 16 to 30 years 



STATE OF INDIANA 



Baker i=, 


a native of New Yor 


IS born 


in Duchess Countv 


IS first e 


i?:ac,red as a boc.Wkccp 



tins; capacity 


for ICO -ue-!s. 


department i 


> under the sup 


rienced cooks 


. The table i 


pplied witli tl 





r: 



J Mables 
ivosand 



■this I 



CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS. 

, ; :,i . , G. \V. BUNTING, 



anercial enlerprises of the Capitul City. 
■WILLIAM Bl-SCIIMANN & CO., 



■ourl Houses 
ille, Montgt 



M. C. DAVLS, 



^agen,ont^ 
the France 
.of his tern 
l:inded at } 



.department 'i, a prominent leature to v.hic'i man, Mr. l)avi.i \\ as elucted in Marcli. V. 
Mr. lirehm devotes his personal attention, and ! as Supreme Cashier of the Supreme Silt 
physicians' prescriptions and family recipes , of the Order of the Iron Hall for the I'ni 



he learned the drug business w"ith Messrs. [ tee sent from Philadelphia in August last for 
Stewart & Berry, where he remained for ii I the purpose of fully investigating; t!ic standing 
years. I of the order and all matters relating to the 



STATE OF INDIANA. 



In that report 
Mc..r<. James 
Gardiner and 1 



books 


IS well 


'.S tllosf' O 


tlie Suit 


■me 






d bv the c 


ommittc 


by 


e to th 


e book 


s of'their c 


«n bran 




other 


nfal'.iy 






und 



which had been : 



WELLS .^- ANDERSON 
Den-tisis, 15 East \V, 
The science of dentistry i; 
understood in the United S 
other nation of the world, 
guished and succ.-.ru! den 



are thoroughly 



1S56, la 
direct t 
clerkshi 



.luring the 

•lie Dental 
- 1' 1S7S-9, 
. Id the re- 
>r in the col- 
y graduated. 

the present I 



CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS 



I native of Germany and 
)ijs, dom of Wurteniberg i 



■as born in the Kin 



cede the old methods by a 



uilding, which is 47x65 feet ii 
cted by Mr.'j'^C. Vett 'r in i! 



modeled and fitted up 



F. \-Fni,IN(^ .V SON, 






Corner 


- .; M :.Nkw Jersey Sts. 




1 , ...ative house had its 


inception 

aed under 


the corner of 'h.,-' .' ; " ' / \'/ 




Mr.Vehling, Sr., '. 




in this firm. In i : - ; i^ :..,:,. ■., 




solved and Mr. Vcl,..i,^ opci.^J .u, 






iVi liast 


South St., removing to the present 


ocation in 


1S69. In 1S75 his son, Mr. Willian^ 


Vehling, 






which has since been con<!.." ; 




firm name and style of F. . 




The premises occupied eniln, ' 




second floors and basement, >■ 








general line ol staple and ;., 




ceries, teas, coffees, spic.-. . 




sugars, syrups, produce, p; > 




cers' sundries generally. V-a ,1- . 




ployed in the sales department m . 




the active labors of the members ot 


the firm, 


and two horses and one wagon ar 


- used for 


delivering. The annual traV.sactio 


is ot this 


house range from >i.\fvr, r,, >,r, ,.. 


nn.J uill 


compare favoiaijix v, ;:. •,; , - ,■ ,,; , 




house in this sect. 




ling, who is a n,-; 




was born in iSi' ., : . : 





STATE OF INDIANA. 



and has been engaged in the grocery busii 
with his father since quite a voung man an 
tiioroughlv CL:..-.^r.-^int witli'all the detail 



Buddenbaum, the present 



THE TRAXS-CONTININ'TAL. 

A novel and ori;ri„al idea has been 
fectod aiKl pu; in:o cM'Cution bv Mr. 



. R. MONROE. 



life, 
and f 
anv I 


Eve 
harer 


papc 
supp 


;;y 


BUI 


Hi ■ 



luntof Mr. Joseph Solomon, 
:, Illinois St., was established as 
Hid occupies a two storv brick 
3 feet in dimensions, and is the 
of its cla<s in Indianapolis. Mi"- 



CITY OK INDIANAPOLIS. 



EMIL WULSCflNKR, 



I charfjed at Indianapolis, was married March 



MISSES LUEDERS, 



popular 
"RED 



FRONT" RESTAURANT AND 

LODGING ROOMS, 
. Dell & C. P. Newblry, Propr/s, 



W. C. MILEN 



I'.ume.-.,;5oMass/ 


CHI 


•as founded in 1SS2 
ntrol of Mr. W. B. 


and 
Ml 



W. II. OWSLEY, 



ted by \V. II. Ow 



, WELLNER & SON, 



H. 



Goods, 7S M, 
Ithough established a; 



STATE OK INDIA 



chasing they are enabled to ofler at greatly 
reduced rates. Mr. Charles H. V/ellncr is 'a 
native of New York State and was born in 
Auburn in 1 8^3. 

jOHX KENSLER, 



patrons 



n of the 



gener 



Captain Kenslcr is a native 
was born in Favette County in 1S33. He en- 
listed as a member of the l6th Ir.diana Volun- 
teers, Colonel A. P. Hackehnan commanding, 
April 20, iSOi. Thi5 resriment was reorgan- 
ized and ,-,r"i"';'-l ^^i•h '--e ::':■■ Ir^-!i:in-^ 



s Island, New York Harbor. He- 



Illin 



had the pleasure c 
itself, and is now 
of the kind in the 

MRS.. J. ERISTOW, 



I I.I 



= MiLl 



ixois St. 

le of the leadin: 



IXER, No. 24 SOUTI 

■stablishments of th 

and trade we notice th 
1 of Mrs. J. Bristow, Ic 
, Illinois St., where tw, 



from the ranks through the st 
a Captaincy and lield se%-era 
responsible positions at both 
brijade headquarters. In 1S6; 
ed Aide-de-Camp with the rar 
the staft' of General Burbridse and " partici- 
pated with his command in the famous Red 
River can.p'i.rr^ ui dor Genera' B.inks. He 

lantry '.V ' ■ :vi,-e. ' After his re- 

turn 'to i: . pointed Postmaster 

at Conni > ~. I.; . :,,;, .i,.;..li po-iition he held 
during ti.c .1...: -r.i;..;i of President John- 



ViiZ-t 






.1 !e hats and bonnets simii 


portant and 
mental and 

'clpSnon 


rib'jon= 


ilowcr 


icir appearance in the easter 
-ok is at all times complete i 
.lie lines of hats and bonnet, 
a, feathers, lace*, trimming 



III 



ntcrpri 



Kd by il 



> trade 



ent propi 

fined entirely to tne city, quite a large amount 
of work being done for parties residing out- 
side of town. A larger business in lace cur- 
tains and fine work in general is done here 
than in any laundry in the city. Mr. Preston, 
the proprietor, was born in Toronto, Canada, 
in 1S46, and was first engaged in a law office, 
aftjr whieh he learned the leather trade in 
Toronto, and left' there in 1S63 for Chicago, 



t he w 



rcbelli< 



s the 01 . 

facturing plaster blocks and casts for forming 
and pressing hats and bonnets, and special 
attention is devoted to bleaching, coloring and 
pressin<; ladies' hats and bonnets in the latest 
style. This house was established by Mrs. 
Bristow in 1S7S, and an annual business is 
now transacted closely appro.ximating $10,000. 

PROBST & SCHAD, 

GKOCERiEb, Feed, Meat and Wood, 
Corner Tennessee and Fifth Sts. 
This business was established in August,_ 
iSSi. The firm carry a choice assortment of 
the best varieties of staple and fancy tiimily 
groceries, provisions, produce, etc. They also- 
conduct a meat market, where may be found 
at all times the best varieties of fresh, salt and 
smoked meats, sausages, bolognai etc. An. 
adjoining room 2ox;o feet in dimensions, is 
uspd for the storage of family flour, meal, mill 
feed, etc., and a spacious basement is devoted 
to the general storage of heavey merchandise, 
duplicate stock, etc. In addition to the de- 






y and str 



1, thes( 



gent 



. baling d 






CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS. 






\mmMMmiLii 



juniaiBiiifdlnfi:-;; ■'-■'^ 

, ■ ■ Circle Street: V/^j 

'■■ i. Cornticf Market ! ':' J 



method < 
perffctly 



' : , r or the c 

•-'. ;, ..; NcA York, and the Seer 

L, |_ \\'.: CI uf Chicago. The Indianapolis 

; tirincli is conducted under the management of 

Mr. B. G. Habing, as general agent. He is a 

I native of Germany and was born in iSp, 

I coming to this city when but eight years old. 



i CHRI 



;t haussermann, 

(jpRiETOR "First ano L. 
RKET, No. 3 Shklhy St. 



of tin 
build. 








appar 
graph 

of wo 

office. 




tronV in' the 
Room No 
ere .pecim 


P<- 



WILBER MERCANTILE AGENCY, 






IRA B. BUGBEE, 

Hardwood Lumber, I 
Home and Lincoln A 

Ep.;cial'v° of hnid'ing bl, 
asii, chLrry anJ oak \un.. 
forms, we notice Mr. Ira 



STATE OF INDIANA. 

I C. H. O'BRIEN, 



1 the West. Mr. Eugt 



HERMAN BAMBERGER, 
Hats, Caps and Firs, 
Washington- St. 



The pren,i>c, occupiec 
brick building 16^90 te 



with hi, ^.jhl^n.^.. 

G. J. MILLER, 



ide has 


steadilv in- 


or 1SS2 


reached "more 


e of m 


ore than 500 


rs. Fr 






ried In stock. 


s "of ot 


her factories, 



leading five 



In additi 



cigar 1 



.holes 



.... iiughout the states 01 iiiuiaiiu, lumuia 
:•■ i I 'iiio, Mr. O'Brien enjoys a flourishing 
roMil trade. Mr. O'P.rien is a native of Ire- 
land and was born in 1S37. He has however 
been for many years a resident of Indianapolis. 

TUNE'S OYSTER AND DINING 

ROOMS, 
Nos. 2S and 27 North Illinois St. 
This is the leading establishment ol its kind 
in Indianapolis and is the recognized he.id- 
quarters for lirst class meals or lunches, which 
are served at all hours of the dav or night in 
the highest style of culinary art. This res- 
taurant has ample accommodations lor six 
hundred guests dailv, and meals or lunches 
• ' ■ " ■ ■ ■■ ishcd a la 



Cur 



I the 



e that time 
n the better 



lable 



e public 



ed to him while they r 


.mained in 


he state 


JOHN LOBB, "" 






Groci 




Provisions 


No. 2 


NORT 


I Blake St 








s in this se 


ction of the 


citv find 




a choice s 


election of t 


im'ily gr 


cr.ries .md 


home supp 


lies, embrac 


ng all ^ 



hood. Mr. Lobb 



CITY OF IXDIAXAPOLIS. 



n iSjS, landing at Quebec, Canada, 
o Indianapolis in 1S71, and has s^ince 
bteii eiii^aged in ll)e grocery Imsi- 



Germany, Fobruar 
learned the trade 6 
land, at which he ^^ 


•'shOL 


previous to coir.in 
1S6S. He landol 

direct to Indian 

other parties in " 
barking in bu^i: ■ 

1S75- r, , ■ 


^ 



flour are consumed weekly in the manufacture 
of bread, rolls, plain and fancy cakes, etc. 
Mr. Holfman is a native of Ohio and was 
born at Palmyra in 1S36. His early life was 
spent on a farm, and lie subsequently learned 
the trade of w-agon maker, coming to this city 






e follov 



i pre 



W. R. McKIN'NEY, 
St.\ple and Fanc 
St. andCollf,<^e 
In February, t-^.- 

chased the stock, - • ' 



table and c 
McKinney 



c. Cor: 
complet. 



vsburg. P.-.., .< 
:arned the c.ii| 

; West and was 



sugars, syrups, soaps, ca: 






vegetables, fresh bread. i_ 






tobacco, notions etc. Mr, 






Hanover, Germany, and 






He came to the United St.i 






at Baltimore, Md., where 


he remained tor 


tile enterprise prior to embarking in his pres- 


three years and then remc 


ved to Cincinnati, 


ent business in 1SS2. 


0., where he remained for 


one year and then 




came to Indianapolis. He 




LEWIS DESSAR, 


employed in Dixon's saw 


mills, and in'iSSo 


MANUirACTURER OF CmTHING, XOS. 120 


purchased his present place 


of business, where 


AND 122 South Meridian St. 


he has established a lucrat 


ve and prosperous 


The enterprise of Mr. Lewis Dessar may 


trade. 




be cited as an incentive to others, as well as a 
proof of the adage that -what man has done 


J. M. HOFFMAN, 




man may yet do." This gentleman uas born 


Bakery, Bkoadnvay 


AND Christian 


in 1S41, and removed trom Cincinnati .^o^j"' 


In 1S76 Mr. Hotfaian c 


,,:, .••;, -.1 'm:-:',.-- 


as a baker in this city. 






his enterpri^e himself ar;. 






work and themselves att.- 












best ana ..' ^r::' ^ .'■ ^ : 






rolls an>; -'.,:, 


■ , .• . , ,■..•.! 


ne>s in 1^62 a! li.. 



STATE OF INDIANA. 



mployed, while three c 



A. WIEt.AND, 



Ward in the city government 
Councils, and lias ahvavs tnki 
terest in political matters. 

NICOl.L THE TAILOR, 



by Mr. A. Wiegan 
and Illinois St,., 
ground, uj'in wi.ii 



1S32. 



"VAUX HALL," 



Hall" " 

fo!lo^^il,. 

a prefix. 



•painting, etc. 


He also 


ma 




upon ^r\ 




general jol)bi 


lii. Mr 


K 


Schleswig He 






iniS52. He. 






to Indianapoli 






•employed at tl 






subscquentlv \ 







CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS. 

ikes a specialty of , men and assistai 



He is a thorough practical I born in 1S36. They are bo'th gentlemen of 
versant with all the details of wide and extended" experience in business 



THE J. S. & M. PECKHAM STOVE CO., 65corflC ToctT, 
No. 240 East Wasiiingtox St. Groceries uiib-].-vo 

In 1SS2 this huu^o was opened as a branch _ Straf-.e 

dealeiV .', ■ ' ; , : ': : ' 

firm. .\ ■ _ . ■ . . : •■ ■ 

hasb..T ■,,■ _ ■\/, . 

.other'reni.nc I'.-.n ,.-,,, ^ ..„ ., ! . 

local demand. ".■ ; . ,. 

manufactured h% : :: 



iDfcitej-Eajen: liiib £^ail\'n=-(>-abrit, 
(.>-. Hat)l, eigcntMimcr, 9!o. 3S3 Sittcu. 



He had for man. - • 

control of the :■; 

IJelo.s, Root \- C . . • - . . _ 
now known a- •;, . 
pany, and has 

houseof J. S. .V M ;■, ,: . 

of the Union priu: ;.j li.. ..:.;:;.;_.:.:..,_... 
pre,ent enterp.iie in thi- city. 

"EAGLE" CLOTHING HOUSE, 

StRAI-SS & GuN-nELFINGER, 5 J 

West Washington- St. 



": 'iTte.' olS 



Block,' 



C50 



STATE OF INDIANA. 



I Bngelv, i6 West Pearl, S;;oo,ooo; lames R , 
unb Silloiv j Ross & Co., 1S4 Soiuh Meridian: Ulil .V Eltl, i 



(Vbrifl 



Co., 100 South Mt-ridian; 
T \- Co.. 74 South .Mcri- 
it A. \- P. Tea Companv, 
<■ ^r^"»; J. U. Eagle, 
-•.-.; H. P. Ferguson. 
■ .: S. O. Kaufman, 17; 



tUtc dc Co., Pennsylvania P.. R.; Cap- 
V Planing Mill, 317 Massachusetts Ave.,. 
.; M. C. Huev & Son, 73 Pendleton 

!M\^;rs.- \-. M. Tlitku. ^ Co., 12 Cir- 



Oti;er pirms iVith an^ouiit of sales. 



Russell ^'Co., 
South Rend Irn 



& Co , 
Co., I. 

VoniH 
John-. 



J.; East Washington 
1 Furniture Co., Del- 



CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS ■ 651 

•.rth Illinois, $60,000; HolSenbeck & Miller, 1 Brewery, South Madison; Turner Truck Co., 
South Illinois, $=5,0001 Lewis Walter .^ | 26 East Georgia ; A. S. Cornstock, 197 South 









.;-jr WcUc;: F.u:- 


M ■'■ 


uuii-s; Merr 


ill Pump Co-, 2S East 


torv, A\> >■■' - 


.,.. (■ 


1! 


Cones. Son i: Co., 


I 




•..,■, llou^e, 1=7 South 


''t^''r"'y' 






'.. ' Boots, Shoes, 






i , South Meridian, 














.V !;uchl, iSS South 














, ..-cs; Alfred Bird- 


Meridi.i- ■- ; ■ 
t:outh .^'..:: .. 














ham, K.s ^ ^ •■ 
Co., 3', \v- ■■■ 














1 .t Rei-.c, ., 














[ Fred, i;.n...:d. 














Ion Hii-c^.rna 














Hunter A: Lo., 


39, We 


St U 











B MI.^ 



ulding Co., "but; Madison Ave., .>p6o,ooo; j Block, grain; Baker i: Randolph, 63 We: 
X Caster Co., State Ave., $50,000; City ' Maryland, printins;. 



Commission p.(Eerchaiit] 

Board of Trade, Indianapolis. 






-4>V/eddell J-Iouse,-:> 

Maj. A. W. HA<'JS0:J, Pro. 

ee Page 501.] 



Aid and Endowment 

ASS0CXA.a?i03sr. 

[See Page 4:0.] 



*^J.^, Jordan, JV[,D.:> 

[See Page 5. v] 



, Diy U yUiii c, OS^TS. , Their Latest and Best Production. 



]ni^ 



INDEX. 



CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS. 



STATE OF INDIANA. 




CITY OF IXDIANAPOI.I 



STATE OF IXDIAXA. 



BREWERS OF LAGER BEER, 

Souit Madison BL, Jadmns^QliSf. Ind, 



Qf^84 



. j ,' ^'■'^ffmimm