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ROGERS, SMITH, & COCHRANE, 

ROOFERS. 



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SLATE, TIN, COPPER, & COMPOSITION ROOFS 

Aj)pUed in afl paints of the Netv-England States, and Warranted. 



WE ARE ALSO SOLE PROPRIETORS OP THE 

ROGERS PATENT CEMENT ROOFING 

Wliicli; in the opinion of eminent Arcliitecta and Builders, is tlie 

CHEAPEST AND MOST DURABLE FOR FLAT ROOFS, 

OF ANY ROOFING NOW IN USE. 

It has a smooth surface, does not run in warm, or crack in cold weather; has no pravel to blow off and break 
glass, and fill up the gutters and leaders, and in fact is the 

Only thorouglily Fire-Proof Roofing that has ever been Invented. 

References are -^lade to the prominent Builders in Boston, New York, and the Western States. 
State and County Kiglits for Sale. Apply to 

EOGEKS, SMITH, & OOOHKANE, 
Office and Factory at 435 Albany Street, BOSTON. 

Order-Box at Mechanics' Exchange, 22 State Street. 

T. O. BOGEKS. G. H. SMITH. C. W. COCHRANE. 



SCOTCH lU ENGLISH _ , ^ , 
BRICK P BRICK P (x 'Vt«' 



,13 Liberty Square[ 

BOSTON 






DRAIN PIPE. 

Extra thickness. Low Prices. 

SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. 



Land Tile 

ON HAND 



Land Tile^ 

FOE DRAINING WET LAND. 

FIRE BRICK AND TILES, 

Scotch, English, and American Manufacture. 

Fire Clay, Kaolin, 31oulding and Fire Sand, 
Lime, Cement, Foundry Facings, &c, 

V GARDEN VASES AND CHIMNEV TOPS, 

OP BEST SCOTCH MANUFACTURE. 
Goods warranted satisfactory. The Trade supplied on favorable terms. 

J. Adan Waldo, 13 LIBERTY SQUARE, Boston. 



WILLIAM JESSOP & SONS, 

SHEFFIELD, 

Steel Manufacturers. 



SOLE PROPRIETORS OF THE 



GBIuBBRATED (L) IBJON. 

91 John Street, New York; 135 Federal Street, Bvoston. 



BOSTON AImWLA^AC 

AND 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY, 

FOTt THE TtTEAIt IS^Q. , 

37th Year of Publication. 420 pp. Price IMfty Cents. 

PUBLISHED BY . 

SAMPSON, DAVENPORT, & CO., 

47 Congress Street, Boston, Mass. 

FOR SAIi£ BT ALL BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS. 

RIVETS, 

Iron Water Wheels, 

MILL "WORK, 



AND 



^^LGmmEm^^w 



MANUFACTURED BY 



Plymouth Mills, Plymouth, Mass. 



JEREMIAH FABBiS, Agent. 





FAVITGETT, HAWKES, A CO., 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



HOT-AIR FURNACES, 

Double-Oven Cooking Kanges, Parlor Grates, Eegisters, Ventilators, &g, 

Particular attention given to putting up Furnaces, Ranges, and the Ventilation of Buildings 
in any part of the country. 



INTo. 21 BEDFORD STREET, 



ALFRED FAWCETT. 
EZRA IIAWKES. 
EDWARD M. NASH. 



Sosfon. 



PIANO-FORTES. 



GEO. V. LEICESTEE, 

Piano Manufacturer. 



Warerooms, 815 Washington Street, Boston. 



Factory at Manchester, Mass. 



These Instruments have the new French grand action overstrung Bass ; the celebrated Agraffe through 
the entire scale ; and possess, in the highest degree, all the essentials of a PERFECT PIAXO; fully war- 
ranted for five years, and for sale on easy terms, at prices within the reach of all who desire a first-class In- 
strument in every respect, at moderate prices. Call and examine before purchasing; elseAvhere. 

HILLS, TURNER, & HARMON, 



INPORTERR AND DEALERS IN 



Window & Plate Class, 



39 Elm Street, Boston. 



J. Vff. COIiTON'S 

Select Flavoring Extracts 

OF THE 

CHOICEST FETJITS. 

FOR DELICIOUS PURITY AND UiSEQ,UAIiIiED STRENGTH, 

Dealers in City, Town, and Country 

Place them in tlie Front Rank, as acknowledged the 
FINEST and BEST in the market. 

ALSO PROPRIETOR OF 

COLTON'S Nervine Strengthening Bitters. 

COLTON'S Toilet Article for the Skin. 

COLTON'S New Perfume, Extract of Choice Flowers. 

COLTON'S Choice Colognes, and other Perfumes, &c., &c. 

New- York Depot, 71 Maiden Lane. 

AMERICAN TWIST DRILL CO., 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



n/Iechanics^ Tools. 

"W^orks at East IBlackstone, Mass. 

Emery Grinders, Saw-Gumming Machines, 
and Emery- Wheel Machinery, 

Diamond Tools, Solid Emery Wheels, Twist 

Drills, Drill Chucks, Fluted Reamers, 

and Taps and Dies. 

All classes of Mechanics furnished with FIRST-CLASS TOOLS at low prices, and satisfaction guaran- 
teed. The American Twist-Drill Co.'s Emery Grinders were awarded First Premium (Bronze Medal 
and Diploma) by American Institute, N.Y., 1870. 

Six sizes of the Grinders are manufactured. Prices $10, $25, $36, $52, $100, & $150, 

All of which are U]VEQ,UALLED for Elegance of Design, Workmanship, Capacity, and Durability. They 
have Steel Arbors, Patent Oilers, and a Device for excluding dust from the journals. Provision is 
made to compensate for wear, and with ordinary care the machine will last for years. 

They are used with the greatest facility for grinding or polishing metals, grinding every description of 
tools, and can be adapted to such a wide variety of useful purposes, that the saving of files, time, and labor 
will in a short time more than compensate for their cost in any Machine or Manufacturing Establishment. 

They are selling rapidly in all parts of theUnited States, Canadas, and Europe. Hundreds of them are 
now in successful operation. 




TAYLOR BROTHERS A CO., 

CAST-STEEL LOCOMOTIVE TIRES. 

BEST 

MM Bar Iron & Boiler Plates. 

This Iron is unequalled for strength and durability, soundness 
and uniformity. It is capable of receiving the highest finish, whicli 
renders it peculiarly adapted to the manufacture of Locomotive 
and Gun Parts, Cotton and other machinery, Chain, Bolts, &c. 

Sole Agency for the United States and Canadas. 




SA.MUEL OSBORlSr & CO., 

SHEFFIELD, ENGLAND, 

Manufacturers of all descriptions of 

Cast and Spring Steels. 

« 

JOHN MARTIN & CO.'S CELEBRATED FILES. 
JOHnr B. TAFT, 

Sole Agent for the United States, 

10 Oliver Street, BOSTON. 

P»EIlM:A.]SrENT 

BLACK WEITING INK 

COPIES PERFECTLY. 

FlL.O"We FREELY. WILL NOT »IOULI>. 

Sold, by all Stationers. 

A. Til. nSORTON <£ CO., 

87 FRIEND STREET, .... BOSTON, MASS., 

MAXUFACTUISERS OF AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IX 

■W"IiOTJC3-H:T J^ISTID C.A.ST HIEKDISI 

STEAM, GAS, AND WATER PIPES, 

Brass and Galvanized Iron Pipes, Brass and Iron Fittings, of all kinds, 
STEAM PUMPS, BOILERS, & ENGINES. 

jKS- a. 51. M. & CO. will givp tlicir personal attention to the construction of Steiim and Hot Water Appara- 
tun, for Wiirniiug FKCtorios, J'ublic In.'-iilulions, Hotel.-, Gictnlioiise.><, and I'rivate Dwellings ; al.-otias Works 
and Fire Apjiaratus. All kinds ol Jobbing- connected uiih the business done at sliort notice, and in a woik- 
nianlike manner. 




MANUFACTURE 



LINEN 




PDTENT ENGINE HOSE 



AND 



RUBBER LINED LINEN HOSE, 

The Finest Hose for use in Mills and Fire Departments : 
It will not LEAK or SWEAT under a pressure of 

Tlree Hitoei PoMs to tie Spare Incti. 



ALSO 



RUBBER LINED GARDEN HOSE, 

Light, Strong, Flexible, and Perfectly Water-tight. 



All our Hose Warranted not to 
Infringe any Patent. 



I 



F. W. CLAESSENS, TREASURER. 

Salesroom, 179 Washington St., 

BOSTON^ MASS. 



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THE 








1872, 



CONTAINING A KKCORD OF 



STATE AND COUNTY OFFICERS 



r)3:K>EiOTOi^'i2" 




MERCHANTS, MANUFACTURERS, ETC. 

BY SAMPSON, DAVENPORT, & COMPANY, 

PUBI.ISH.BS OF THK BOSTON mRECTORY, NEW-KNOLAND BU8IN,.8S DIKBCTOKY, 
NEW-YORK STATK BUSINESS DIRECTORY, ETC. 

No. 47 CONORESS STREET, BOSTON. 



--..ccoM...oActo.C.^.^^ni;.e^^ 




Printed by Hand, Avekt. & Co , 3 CornhiU, Boston. 



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PRICE, THREE DOLLARS. 



INDEX TO CONTENTS. 



PAGE 

Academies 100 

Advertising Index 5 

Almshouses, State 92 

Assessors, U. S. Internal Revenue 78 

Bankruptcy, Registers in 85 

Banks ' 579 

Barnstable County Civil Officers 33 

Berkshire County Civil Officers 35 

Blind Asylum 94 

Board of Agriculture, State 95 

Board of Education 96 

Board of State Charities 95 

Boston Business Directory 129 

Bristol County Civil Officers 37 

Business Directory of Boston 129 

Business Directory of Massachusetts 249 

Business Directory of Patrons in other States 9* 

Census of Massachusetts 577 

City Clerks 75 

Clergymen 147, 328 

Clei-,vs of Court, 33, 35, 37, 40, 41, 45, 47, 50, 52, 58, 61, 64, 71 

Collectors of Internal Revenue 78 

Colleges ! • 97 

Commercial Colleges 151, 344 

Commissioners, County, 33, 35,37, 40, 41, 46,48, 50, 52, 59, 62, 71 

Commissioners in other States for Massachusetts 104 

Commissioners for other States 102, 151 

Commissioners of Insolvency, 33, 35, 38, 40, 41, 46, 48, 50, 

68, 59, 62, 64, 71 
Commissioners to Qualify Civil Officers, 33, 35, 38, 40, 42, 46, 

48, 50, 52, 58, 59, 62, 64, 71 

Commissioners, State 1 02 

Commissioners U. S. Court of Claims 103 

Commissioners U. S. Circuit Court 30 

Commissioners of Wrecks 33, 38, 40, 42, 58, 59, 62, 70 

Committees of the Legislature 2'6 

Congress, Massachusetts Members 24 

Congressional Districts 29 

Constables, State 91 

Consuls 154 

Coroners. ... 34, 37, 39, 40,45, 47, 49, 51, 57, 58, 61, 64, 70, 75 
Councillor Districts 25 



INDEX TO CONTENTS. 3 

PAGE 
Councillors, State ^.^ ig 

County Commissioners, 33, 35, 37, 40, 41, 46, 48, 60," 52* 59, 

62,71 
County Treasurers, 33, 35, 37, 40, 41, 45, 47, 50, 52, 58, 59, 

61, 64, 71 

Courts of Insolvency 35, 41, 46, 48, 50, 52, 62 

Courts, District 31 

Courts, Municipal 32 

Courts, Police 32 

Courts, Probate, 33, 35, 37, 40, 41, 46, 48, 50,' 52,' 58, 59, 62, 64, 71 

Courts, Superior 31 

Courts, Supreme Judicial 30 

Courts, United States 30 

Custom House Officers 84 

Deputy Sheriffs. . .33, 35, 37,40, 41, 45, 47, 50, 62,' 59," 61, 64, 71 

Distances of Towns from Boston • iqq 

District Attorneys 31 

District Courts 31 

Dukes County Civil Officers 40 

Essex County Civil Officers 41 

Expresses 237 

Franklin County Civil Officers 45 

Gas Light Companies 59^ 

Governor's Staff I9 

Grand Army of the Republic 575 

Hampden Cou:ity Civil Officers 47 

Hampshire County Civil Officers 50 

Harbor Commissioners IO2 

Horse Railroads g03 

Hospitals 92 

Hotels 177 427 

House of Representatives 21 

Index to Advertisements. • 5 

Insolvency Courts 35, 41, 46, 48, '50, 52, 62 

Insurance Agents I79 593 

Insurance Commissioner IO2 

Insurance Companies 592 

Internal Revenue Officers 73 

Jailers 33, 35, 37, 40, 41, 46, 48, 50, 52, 58, 62 71 

Judges of Probate, 33, 35, 37, 40, 41, 45, 47, 50, 52, 58, 61, 6i, 71 

Judiciary of Massachusetts ' 30 

Justices of the Peace, 34, 35, 38, 40, 42, 46, 48, 50, 53, 58, 

59, 62, 65, 72 

Lawyers 184, 443 

Legislature 20, 21 

Manufacturing Companies 192 509 

Massachusetts Business Directory ' 249 

Masters Houses of Correction 41, 46, 52 58 62 64 

Masters in Chancery 38, 42, 46, 48', 52, 59, 62, 64^ 71 

Middlesex County Civil Officers _' '52 

Militia of Massachusetts ^ ^ ^ 3g 

Money Order Post Offices 79 

Municipal Courts 32 

Nantucket County Civil Officers 58 

Newspapers ■.".■. 603, 606 



4 MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 

PAGE 

Norfolk County Civil Officers 58 

Normal Schools 96 

Notaries Public, 34, 37, 39, 40, 45, 47, 49, 51, 57, 58, 61, 64, 70, 75 
Overseers Houses of Correction, 33, 35, 37, 41, 45, 47, 50, 52, 

59, 61, 71 

Packets. 204 

Pension Agent, U. S 85 

Pension Examining Surgeons 85 

Physicians 208, 496 

Pilot Commissioners 102 

Plymouth County Civil Officers 61 

Police Courts 32 

Police, State 91 

Population of Massachusetts 577 

Post Offices and Post Masters in Massachusetts 79 

Probate Courts, 33, 35, 37, 40, 41, 46, 48, 50, 52, 58, 59, 62, 64, 71 
Public Administrators, 33, 35, 38, 40, 41, 46, 48, 50, 52, 58, 

59, 62, 64, 71 

Railroad Commissioners 102 

Railroads .■ . . .^. 601 

Reform Schools, State 94 

Registers in Bankruptcy » 85 

Registers of Deeds, 33, 35, 37,40,41, 45,47, 50, 52, 58, 61, 64, 71 
Registers of Probate, 33, 35, 37, 40, 41, 45,47, 50, 52, 58, 61, 64, 71 

Representative Districts 27 

Savings Banks 589 

Schools 96 to 101 

Senate, State 20 

Senatorial Districts 25 

Sessions of Courts, (see Courts) 

Sherifis 33, 35, 37, 40, 41, 45, 47, 50,,52, 58, 59, 61, 64, 71 

Smith Charities 94 

State Almshouses *. 92 

State Charities 95 

State Government 19 

State Industrial School for Girls 94 

State Library 95 

State Normal Schools 96 

State Police 91 

State Prison 93 

State Reform School for Boys 94 

State Representative Districts 27 

Sufi'olk County Civil Officers 64 

Superior Court in Massachusetts 31 

Supreme Judicial Court in Massachusetts 30 

Town Clerks 75 

Trial Justices, 34, 37, 39, 40, 45, 47, 49, 51, 57, 58, 61, 63, 70, 74 

U. S. Courts in Massachusetts 30 

U. S. Engineers 83 

U. S. Internal Revenue 78 

U. S. Pension Agency 85 

U.S. Representatives from Massachusetts 24 

U. S. Senators from Massachusetts 24 

Volunteer Militia of Massachusetts 86 

Worcester County Civil Officers 71 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Page. 
Abbott F. H. Mrs., Wakefield, Mass , . C51 
Aborn S., Boston, Mass., inside back cover. 
Adams A. M, Townsend, Ma.-s . . . . 712 
Adams Bros & Co., So. Adams, Mass. . 770 

Adams House, Ayer. Mass 789 

Albro H, Springfield, Mass 750 

Alden Morton, East Bridgewater, Mass. 744 

Allen Samuel 11 , Bo.'-ton, Mas.s 704 

Allen & Mills, New Bedford, Mass ... 758 
American Bank Note Company, Boston, 

Mass fi41 

Americin Tack Co., ?"airhaven, Mass. . 758 
American Twist Drill Co., East Black- 
stone, Mas.s., front colored .... 
Andrews Bros., Plymouth, Mass .... 747 
Anthony & Cushman, Taunton Mass. . 781 
Arnold James G., Worcester, Mass. . . 734 
Arnold & Vanstone, Kail River, Mass. . 65'i 
Arrington Samuel W., Salem, Mass. . . 722 

Austin A. B., Worce.'ter, Mass 731 

Avery W. W., Plymouth. Mass ■ 747 

Babeock James F., Boston, Mass.. . • 6(59 

Badger E. S., Boston, Mass 602 

Bagshaw W. H., Lowell, Mass 7'i4 

Bailey H. F.. Springfield, Mass 749 

Bailey & Gilbert, Boston, Mass 6ii0 

Baird William & Son, Lynn, Mass . . . 720 
Baldwin J. K., East Boston, Mkss ... 644 
Banfield, Korristall, &Co.. Boston, Mass. 008 
Bangs Anson & Co., AVorcester, Mass . 7:53 

Barnes Corban, Plymouth, Mass 747 

Barnes E. & J. C. & Co., Plymouth, 

Mass 745 

Barnes William, Marlborough, Mass . . 718 
Barney J. E. & Co., Boston, Mass. ... 705 
Barrows Oliver C, East Bridgewater, 

Mass 744 

Barstow N. H. & H.. Mattapoisett, Mass 759 
Barthe Joseph C. Westfield. Mass . . . 709 

Bateman C. H. Boston, Mass 700 

Bates Moses, Boston, Mass 644 

Baxter Stacy, Boston, Mass 693 

Beckwilh Lumber Co., Fitchburg, Mass. 714 

Bell & Ch.ipin, Boston, Mass 601 

Benedict & Burnham Manuf 'g Co., Bos- 
ton, Mass 046 

Bennett John F., East Boston, Blass . . 675 
Bennett M. T. Jr. & Co., Fall River, 

Mass 0.55 

Bill A. D, Boston, Mass 004 

Billing-s James E. & Co., Pittsfleld, Mass 770 
Bird George M. & Co., East Boston, 

Mass ... 676 

Bixby Wm. P. & Co., Holyoke, Mass. . 779 
Blaii-di'll S. Jr. & Co., Chicopee, Mass . 778 
Blake Geo. F. & Co., Boston, Mass. . . 045 

Blodf^ett C, Boston, Mass 008 

Boote T. & R., Boston, Ma»s 005 

Bossom & Borsh, Boston, Mass 640 

Boston & Maine Railroad OoO 

Boston Daily Newc, Boston, Mass . . . 790 

Boston Herald, Boston, Mass 795 

Boston Lead Co., Boston, Mass 689 

Boston Stereotype Foundry, Boston, 

Mass 073 

Boston Times, Boston, Mass 797 

Boston Traveller, Boston, Mass 794 

Boutell Lewis, New Bedford, ftLiss. . . 757 
Bowdlear S. G. & Co. Boston, Mass . . 081 
Bradford & Co., IMymouth, Mass .... 745 
Branian Joseph B., Boston. Mass . . . 702 

Brandly V. & Co., Boston, Mass 692 

Brewer Clark & Sons, Boston. Mass . . 084 
Briggn & Alhn, Lawrence, Ma-s. . . . 724 
Brigham, Whliman, & Co., South Abing- 

lon. Mass 7.39 

Brighnm W. C. & Co., Boston, Mass . . 6)4 
Brook'' K. A., Springfield, Mass. . -. 753 
Brooks W. A. & Co.. Chelsea. Mass. . . 700 
Brown B. F. & Co., Bosion, Ma»s. ... 680 
Brown Daniel, Son, & Co., Fall River, 

Mass 053 

Brown J. W. & Co., Boston, Mass ... 644 



Page. 

Brown & Freeman, Lee, Mass 77.3 

Brown & Noyes, Newburyport, Mass.. 711 

Bubier & Co , Boston, Mass 608 

Buck Bros., Millbury, Mass 710 

Buckley, Bancroft, St Hoyden, Bobton, 

Mass f85 

Bull J. IV., Springfield, Mass 650 

Bunten A.. Boston, Mass 693 

Burnham Rotiert P., Lawrence, Mass . 724 

Burr Horace F., Boston, Ma.-<8 070 

Burt & King, Taunton, Ma<s 785 

Butler Kdw. K., Boston Mass 703 

Butterfield William & Wood nan, Bos- 
ton, Mass 702 

Buxton J. L., Milford, Mass 747 

Byins Jeremiah, Ware, Ma^<s 753 

Carl & Modlicli. Ho-^ton, Mass f64 

Carter E. F., Pittsfield, Mass 770 

Carter J. F., Gloucester, Mass .... 710 
Chadwick J. H. & Co., Boston, Mass . . 689 
Chamberlain H. B. & W. O., Boston, 

Mass 091 

Chamberliiin &Son, Salem, Mass. . . . 721 
Charlton William B., Boston, Mass. . . 047 

Chase S. B., Fall River, Mass 650 

Chase & Co., Boston, Mass 093 

Chase & Trull, Boston, Mass 606 

Cheney C. Warren, Athol Depot, Mass. 716 
Child, Hall, & Streeter, Springfield, Mass 752 
Chilson Gardner, Bo.-ton, inside Iront cover 
ChipmanW. W., Boston, Mass. . ... 661 
Christian Register Association, Boston, 

Mass 804 

Churchill J. S. & Co., Worcester, Mass. 7.30 
Claessens F. W., Treas., Boston, front 

colored 
Clapp David & Son, Boston, Mass. ... 087 
Clapp, Kvaus, & Co., Boston, Mass. . . 699 

Clapp George P., Boston, Mass 609 

Claremont Manufacturing' Co., Clare- 

mont, N. H 608 and F05 

Clark A.N. & Co., Boston, Mass . ... 693 
Clark & Chapman Machine Co., Turn- 
er's Falls, Mass 720 

Clark & Lealherbee, Boston, Mass . . . 682 
Clarke Authur & Co., Boston, Mass. . . 698 
Clary & Russell, Pittsfield, Mass .... 770 
Cleavtland Walter F., North Biidge- 

waler, Mass 742 

Cobb, Stevens, & Ireson, Fall River, 

Mass 6.12 

Cobb & Drew, Plymouth, Mass 746 

Coburn, Lang, & Co., Boston, Mass. . . ('80 
Codniaii & Shurtleff. Bosion, Mass . . . 6^9 

Cody Edward, Boston, Mass 675 

Cofl^iii & Woodward, Boston, Mass . . . 005 

Cohocs Company, Colioes, N. Y 806 

Cohoes Straw Board Mill, Cohoes, N.Y. 807 
Colman Moses & Son, Boston, Mass. . . 703 
Colton J. W , Westfield, tront colored 

Commonwealth, Boston, Mass 802 

Congregatioiialist, Boston. Mass. . . . 801 

Coiinell Peter, Kail River, Mass 055 

Connor Brothers. Holvoke, Mass. . . . 779 

Cook J. M.,Bostor, Mass.. ..... Os7 

Cook & Durlee. Fall River, Mass .... O.H 

Cop< land Robert Morris, Boston, Mass. 700 

Corbett A. O., Boston, Mass 042 

Cordingley W. S. & F , Boston. Mass. . 040 
Cowdrey E. T. & Co.. Boston. Mass. . . 078 

Craiie E. B., Worcester, Jla-s 7.33 

Crocker Bros. & Co., Tauciton, Mass . • 785 
Cromplon George, Worcester, Mass. . . 729 
Crosby, Morse, & Fos-, Boston, Mass. . 092 
Cummings J. A. & Co.. Boston, Atass. . 0;'8 
Cushman & Baker, Medfield. Mass ... 708 
Cutler A. L. & Co., Boston, Mass . . . . r94 

Cutting H. G , Bostin. Mass 009 

Davee S., Plymouth, Mass 740 

Davidson F. A., Hudson, Mass. ... 718 

Davis Asahel, Lowell. Mass 703 

Davis Daniel CCh.lsea.Ma-s 700 

Davis Henry V., New Bedford, Mass. . 757 



MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 



Davis Hiram A., East Boston, Mass . . 677 

Davis J. l'\, Fall River, Mass fi55 

Davi!* & Fiirnum. Boston, Mass .... 660 
Davis & Uarfielrt, Worcester, Mass . . . 734 

Deake George, Boston, Mass 672 

DfarbornJ. F., Boston, Mass 6(i9 

Denison .(. H. & Co.. N. Bedford, Mass. 756 
Derby, Wliitcomb, & Co., Leominster, 

Mass 715 

Dewick G. F. & Co., Boston, Mass ... 700 
Dexter Albert M., Matlapoi^ett, Mass . 758 
Dexter & (^o., Boston, Mass ..... 792 
Dill>-n D. M. & Co., Fiichburg, Mass . . 71S 
Dobbins William, Lowell, Mass . . 766 

Dodiie, Collier, & Perkins, Boston, Mass. 641 
Dodge L. & Co., Middle Granville, N. Y. 807 

Dodge L. C, Lowell, Mass 767 

Dodge. Stewart, & Co , Waterford N. Y. 807 
Dodge Thomas H., Worcester, Mass . . 727 
Draper G< orge &S m, Hopedale, Mass . 709 
Dresfer C. A., Snutlibridge, Mass. . . 651 

Duff James. Boston, Mass 672 

Duncan & Copeland, Bo.-^ton, Mass . . . 666 
Dunham William K., Fall Kiver, Mass . 6.52 
DyerN. N., So. Abington, Mass . . . . 7:59 

Easton & Co., Bo.-ton, Mass 68-3 

Eclipse Skate Manuf g Co., Lvnn, Mass 726 
Eldndge J. A. & Co., Springfield, Muss. 752 
E. Steobins Manuf'g Co., Spriiigtield, 

Mass 751 

Exley & Parsons, Marlborough, Mass . 718 
Fairbanks Moses & Co., Boston, Mass . 689 
Fairbanks & Boss, L^nn,Ma•s . . • . 725 
I'aiigrleve George W., Lowell, Mass . . 768 
Farris Jeremiah, ayt., Plymouth, Mass., 

front colored. 
Fawcett, Hawkes,& Co., Boston Mass., 

front colored. 

Faxon & Locke, Salem, Mass 721 

Fearing, Rodman, & Swift Boston, Mass 698 
Feeley John, Pitt.^ifield, Mass . ..... 772 

Fera (j^-orge, Bo.<t<m, Mass 692 

Finkle & l.,yon Manuf'g Co., Boston, 

MasM . . 680 

Fisher Henry H., New Bedford, Mass . 759 
Fisk H. J., Dr., So. Adams, Mass ... 776 
Flanders A. O. & C. E., No. Cambridge, 

Mass 7.54 

Fletcher & Dwyer, Lynn, Mass .... 724 
Fobes, Havward, & Co., Boston, Mass . 691 

Fogg William, Boston. Mass 698 

i''oli-om C. E. & Co., Boston, Mass . . . 663 
Forehand & Wadsworth, Worcester, 

Mass 790 

Fowler A. B. & Co., North Bridgewater, 

Ma.<8 740 

Foy Joseph, Boston, Mass 68:t 

Fraprie Geo. W., Fall Kiver, Mass . . . 6,')5 

I'raziir Isaac, Lvnn. Mass 726 

French F. M. & W. L., No. Bridgewater, 

Mus^ 753 

French Washington M., Quincv, Mass . 738 
F''rost S. (Jilman, Kitcliburg, Mass . . . 715 

Fro-t & Adams, Boston, Mass 70t 

Fuller Seth W., Boston, Mass 688 

Furnald & Cambridge, Boston, Mass . . 701 
Gardner William, East Boston. Mass . . 677 
Garrison George T., Boston, Mass . . . 687 
Gay lord Manui 'g Co., Chicopee, Mass . 779 

Genthe T. P., Lynn, Mass 727 

Gerry Geo. & Son, Athol Depot, Mass . 716 

Gilbert A. & Co., Bos^ton, Mass 787 

Gill & Hayes, Sp'ingfield, Mass .... 749 
GoddardB. & Son. Lowell, Mass . . . . 764 

Guewey .John A., Albany, N.Y 803 

Goldsmith Setb, Charlestown, Mass . . (i4'i 
Goldthwaite E., No Bridgewater, Mass. 741 
GoO'ispeed & Wyman, Wincliendon, 

Mass "jio 

Gosnold Mills, New Bedford, Mass . . 755 
Goss Charles H.. E. Bridgewater, Mass. 743 
Grant Charles W., Boston, Mass . . . . 682 
Grant John J, GreenHfld, Mass . . . 777 
Graves T. E & F. H., Boston, Mass . . 670 

Green B. A., Lyi:n. Mass 726 

Greenleaf G. J. & Anthony, Boston, 

Mass 671 

Greenoiigh Joseph F., Boston, Mass . . 670 
Gregory & Robinson, Boston, back col- 
ored. 



Guild Chester, Jr., Treas., Boston, Mass, 659 

Gurney A. S., Wareham, Mass 708 

Gurney D. B., Lynn, Mass 725 

Guy & Brothers, Peabody, Mass . . . 724 
Hale Seth, Prof , Worcester, Mass . . . 730 
Hall Chas. E. & Co , Boston, back colored 

Hall& Quiuhy, Boston, Mass 692 

Ham L. M., Boston, Mass '"'^ 

Hamer J. W., Lowell, Mass 787 

Hamilton J. R., Aihol Depot, Mass . . . 719 
Hami)den Emery Co., Chester, Mass . . 788 
Harrington F. A. & Co., Worcester 

Ma.«s 7.34 

Harrington George B., Boston, Mass . 679 
Hart J. W. & Co.. Lowell, Mass .... 765 

Harlford T. T., Boston, Mass 695 

Hasse & I'ratf, East Boston, Mass . . . 657 
Hastings F. C. & Co., Boston, Mass . . 701 
Hatliaway W. H., Fall Kiver, Ma-s . . 656 
Hawe- Machine Co., Kail River, Mass 653 
Hawkins K. M., Fall River, Mass ... 653 
Hawkins & Burrall, Springfield, Mass . 751 

Haves Martin, Boston, Mass 646 

Hewett Geo. F.. Worcester, Mass . . . 793 
Hewinn & Hollis. Boston, Mass . ... 671 
Heywood S. R., Worcester, Mess . . . 734 
Hicks & Badger, lio.-ton, Ma's . . . . 672 
Hide & Leather Machine Co., Boston, 

Mass 659 

Hildreih S. W., Athol Depot, Mass . . 719 

Hill H. E., Lowell, Mass 764 

Hill, Holmes, & Co., Boston, Mass . . . fif.4 
Hill Rowland, Ea-t Boston, Mass. . . 675 

Hill William C, Boston, Mass 655 

Hills, Turner, & Harmon, Boston, front 

colored. 
Hiscox A. J., Lowell & Worcester, Mass 767 

Hitiinger Jacob, Boston, Mass 644 

Hodge E. & Co., East Boston, Mass . . 676 
Hodge Otis J., North Adams, Mass. . 791 

Hodges W. A., Quincy, Mass 738 

Hollings R. & Co., Boston, Mass., Bos- 
ton foot lini's. 

Holmes E. C, Medford, Mass 650 

Holmes E. T. & Co., Boston, Mass . . . 787 
Holmes Frank H., Kingston, Mass . . . 7.39 

Holmes Jolin H. ChaMestown 643 

Holmes, Randall, & Co., North Bridge- 
water, Mass . . 742 

Holmes & Blanchard, Boston, Mass . . f97 
Holmes & Wiglitman, Fall River, Mass 653 
Hotel Flandi-rs, North Cambridge, Mass 754 

Houghton J. T., Hud^on, Mass 713 

Hour Glass, Boston, Mass 798 

Hovey Charles H., Boston, Mass, bacK 

colored. 
Hubbard A. W., Fitcbburg, Mass ... 712 
Hume & Mor'ill, Aniesburv, Mass . . . 711 

Hunt E S., Weymouth, Mass 7.39 

Hunt E. W. & Co., Boston, Mass . ... 700 
Hunt, I'wi chell, & Co., Boston, Mass. 698 
HurdAmos D., Cambridge, Mass. . . 754 
Hussey R. C. & Co.. Milford, Mass ... 709 
Institution for ihe Blind, Boston, Mass. 691 

Jacobs Brothers, Boston, Mass 664 

.lacobsoii J.. Boston, Mass 669 

James George B. & Co , Boston, Mass . 688 
Jenkins L. Edward, Chelsea, Mass., back 

colored. 
Jenney Stephen, Boston, Mass .... 698 
Jessop William & Sons, Boston, Mass., 

front colored. 
Jewell George M., Boston, Mass . . . . 658 

Jillson James, Hudson, Mass 717 

John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance 

Co., Boston, Mass 672 

Johonnot & Saunders, Boston, Mass . . 646 
Jones, MeDuffee, & Stratton, Boston, 

Mass • . 687 

Keith Cliarle.s, Greenfield, Mass 776 

Kellev E., Fall River, Mass 656 

Kelly Jeremiah, Fall River, Mass . ... 654 
Kenney H. & Son, East Boston, Mass. . 677 
Kenney L. C. & Co. Worcester, Mass. 731 
Kilburn, Lincoln, & Co., Fall River, Mass 655 
Kimball Henry J., Fitcliburg, Mass. ... 716 

Kitson Richard, Lowill, Mass 762 

Knapp & .Morey, Lowell, Mass 768 

Knowles & Sibley, Warren, Mass. . . . 748 
Knowlton Brothers, Worcester, Mass . 732 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Knowlton George K. & Co., Lynn, Mass. 725 

Lamkin R., Concord, Mass 7r2 

Lani-on K. E., Treas., Boston, Mass . . 674 
Liine & WifluTell, Kast. Bo.tton, Mass . 677 
Laiigley, Carbeo, & Co., East Bouton, 

Mass 675 

Lanza Carlos, Boston, Mass. f)(H) 

Lataille Alexanfifr, Soutlibri(4ge, Mass . 7.37 

Leacli B. V\, Kcadville, Mass 7i 7 

Lei'cli .lames. Full liivfr. Muss 762 

Leicester George V., Boston, Mass. front 

colored. 
Leonard Samuel & Co., New Bedford, 

Mass 754 

Lewis Georg-e S. Springfleld, Mass . . . 75:i 

Lewis J. U., Boston, Mass 6«0 

Lincoln A. B., Boston, Mass 70:i 

Lincoln .Marvin, Boston, Mass 661 

Lincoln & KrePdley, Clielsea, Mass . . , 706 

]..ocUe Biottiers, Boston, Mass 669 

Lockliart Wm. L., E. Cambridge, Mass. 754 
Lonibirrt N. C, Boston, Mass. . .... 65<> 

Lombard & Co., Boston, Mass 64)0 

Lord DMuiel B. jr , tjalem and Peabody, 

Mass 720 

Loring Aug. B , No. Bridgewater, Mass.. 740 

Loring C. M., Worcester, Mhss 7.32 

Loring Samuel, PIvnioutli, Mass .... 746 
Lovijoy Daniel & Sons, Lowell, Mass . 760 

Lovejoy H. W., Lowell, Mass 769 

Lovewell & Gr enwood, (;iiel>ea, Mass, 660 

Lowell Card Co., Lowell, Mass 762 

Lowell Dailj Citizen and News, Lowell, 

Mass 768 

Lowell Daily ('ourier, Lowell, Muss.. . 768 
Luc^s & BMrtliolomew, Chester. Mass. . 7ti8 
Macy George VV., Nantucket, Mass. . . 708 
Magoun Tlios. P. I , Worcester, Mass. 727 
Milioney & Kirwin, Boston. Mass. . . . 6!»4 
MannUii^ .1. Marlborouirli, Mass .... 718 
Mansion House, New Bedford, Ma'-s . 757 
Miinson & Peterson, East Boston, Mass. 675 
Manufacturers' G's Light Company of 

New England, Boston, Mass .... 648 
Marrien & Unwell. Lowell, Mass .... 768 

Maijoran ,\. W. W., Boston, Mass 643 

Markhiim & Hawley. Boston, Mass . , . 681 
Marsh Georue W., Clielsea, Mass ..... 706 
Marsli M, M. & Son, Amherst, Mass . . 777 
Martin James & Son, Boston. Mass . . 606 
Martin & Stroilg, Lowell, Mass. . . . 7f)5 
Miirvel, Davol, & Co., Kail River, Mass. 654 
Mason William, Taunton, Mass .... 786 
Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Co. 

Springfield, Mass 752 

Mass. Plouglirnan. Boston, Mass .... 7y9 
May & Co. Boston, Mhss., inside back cov. 
Maynard James A., Ea-t Boston, Mass . 658 
Maynard & Noyes, Boston, Mass., Iront 
colored. 

Mayo H., Boston, Mass 695 

McCormick Thomas, Boston, Mass . . . 682 

McGanti T. F , Boston, Mass 703 

JlcLauthlin Geo. T. & Co., Boston, Mass 674 
M Kiiina it Devanny, Pittstield, Mass . 772 
McKonzie G & Co., Qiiincy, Mass . . . 737 

McNurt J. J. Boston, Mass 679 

McPherson E. M., Boston, Mass .... 704 
Mead (J. W., Boston. Mass. ..... 644 

Mead & Addy, Boston, Mass 679 

Meany Edward F., Boston, Mass 6.s5 

Merchant 8. L. & Co , Boston, Mass . . 643 
Merriam E. D., Greenfield, Mass .... 777 

Merriam Otis & Son, Clielsea, Mass . . 706 
Merriam & Putnam, Chelsea. .Mass . . . 706 
MetcalfT. & Co., Boston, Mass. . .. . . 686 

Mever Chas. E. & Co., Boston, Mass . . 686 
Middle Granville Straw Board Mill, Mid- 
dle (iranville, N.Y 807 

Miller H. M. Westfield, Mass 692 

Mitchell George E , Lowell, Mass. . . . 76't 
Monument Mills, Hoiisatonic, Mass. . . 773 
Morev Charles S., North Bridgewater, 

M iss 740 

Morey & Smith, Boston, Mass 694 

Morrill, Cooper, & Murphy, So. Ames- 

bnry. Mass 711 

Morrill J. VV., Amesbury, Mass 711 

Morrill, Whittemore, & Co., Boston, 

Mass 674 



Morrill & Winslow, Boston, Mass . . . 649 
Aforse Brothers, Canton, Mass . . . . 707 
Morse C. D. & Co.. Millbury, Mass ... 710 

Morse C. O., Newburvport, Mass 712 

Morton A. M. & Co., Boston, Mass. front 

colored. 
Morton .lames, Plymouth, Mass .... 747 
Mudge Alfred & Son, Bo. ton, Mass.opp. 248 

Munroe A. B., jr., Boston, Mass 6.'.9 

Munson J. M.,Greentield Mass 770 

Murlock William E , Boston, Mass . . 101 
Nash J. W & Co., Lowell, Mass . ... 767 

Navlor R. F., Bosion, Mass 684 

Nelen F. W., Springfield, Mass 751 

Nettleton E. B , VVorcester, Mass .... 732 
New Bedford Copper Co., New Bedlord, 

Mass . . . 755 

New Bedford Flour Co., New Bedford. 

Mass 756 

Newell James S. &Co., Boston, Mass. . 670 
New England Drain Pipe Co., Boston, 

Mass 064 

New England Linen Hose Manufg. Co. 

Bosion, Mass., front colored. 
New England Type Foundry, Bosion, 

Mass 690 

Newliall George N., Worcester, Mass.. 727 
Niantic Thread Co., Fall River, Mass . 664 

Nichols Alanson, Lowell, Mass 761 

Nichols James R, & Co., Boston, Mass . 695 
Nichols & Hall, Boston, Mass. .... 661 
Nixon T. J. Tnunton, Mass ..... 780 
North Adims Folding Chair Co., North 

Adams, Mass 775 

Northampton Emery Wheel Co., Leeds, 778 
North, Merlam, & Co., Boston, Mass . . 6«7 

Nott Gordon H , B ston, Mass 659 

Novelty Plaster Works, Lowell, Mass . 766 

Noyes B., Boston, Mass 664 

Noyes P., Boston, Mass 694 

Old Colony House, Hingham Mass. . . 737 
Old Colony Sentinel, Plymouth, Mass . 747 

Oliver J., Athol Depot, Mass 716 

Old way & Co., Boston, Mass 664 

Osborn Louis, East Boston, Mass 676 

Osgood George W., Ame.-bnry, Mass . . 711 
Owen Paper Co., Housaionic, Mass . . 774 
Packard J. W., No. Bridgewater, Mass.. 743 

Palfrev John G., Boston, Mass 70O 

Purk Brother & Co., Boston, Mass . . . 678 
Parker J. B. & Co., Clinton, Mass .. . . 717 
Parker .John L., Worcester, Mass.. . . 732 

Parry F. D., Amesbury. Mass 711 

Patent Pressed Metalic Heel Co., Boston, 

Mass 686 

Patten O. O., North Bridgewater, Mass. 741 
Payne Stephen & Co., Boston, Mass . . . 684 
Payron & (Jutler. Holliston, Mass. . . . 709 
Pearson George W., Lowell, Mass . . . 71)5 

Pease G. W., Lowell, Mass 766 

Pease & Zimmerman, Boston, Mass . . 808 

Peirce J. N., Lowell, Mass 762 

Peirce John W., New Bedford, Mass . . 757 
Peiice Lloyd N., New Bedford, Mass. 757 
Perkins Sampson, Taunton, Mass . . . 781 
Peters C. J. & Son, Boston, Mass . . . 66.3 
Petlingell C. F., Amesbury Mills, Macs. 711 
Phelps, Dalton, & Co., Boston, Muss . 643 
Ptiillips Eben B. & Co., Bosion , Mass . 696 
Phillips, Mowry, & Co., Springfield, 

Mass 750 

Phillips Willard P., Salem, Mass . . 722 
I'hinney S. C. & J. G., Stoughton, Mass. 708 
Phlppen Charles H., Salem, Mass. . . . 721 
Phoenix Manuf. Co., 'faunfon. Mass . . 779 
Pierce C. S., North Bridgewater, Mass. 740 

Pierce Samuel, Reading. Mass 651 

Pierce Samuel P., Lowell, Mass .... 704 
Pierrepont & Ladd, Westfield, Mass . . 769 

Piper D. B., Winchendon, Mass 719 

Plutt, Barnes, & Co., Rock Dale Mills, 

Mass 773 

Plymouth Mills, Plymouth, Mass., front 

colored. 
Plymouth Rock, Plymouth, Mass . . . 747 
Plymouth Tack and Rivet Works, Ply- 
mouth, Mass .... •' 746 

Pollard C. F , Lynn, Mass .'...• . 726 
Pope T. W., North Bridgewater, Maes . 743 
Porter J. & Co., Boston, Mass 683 



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MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 



Porter R. N., Deerfield, Mass . . • . . 777 
Potter Samuel, Worcester, Mass .... 731 
Potter T. & Co.. Soutlibridge, Mass • . 736 

Potter W. R., Taunton, Mass 780 

Pratt Amos, Kaston, Mass ..... . . 758 

Pratt J. A., Boston, Mass 6(i4 

Pratt L. & Co., Plymouth, Mass .... 746 
Presbrey Stove Lining (Jo., Taunton, 

Mass 783 

Preston John, Lowell, Mass ...... 767 

Presion Walter I., Boston, Mass. . . . 665 

Proctor J. W, Lowell, Mass 780 

Purrington Henry J., Mattapoisett, Mass 75it 
Putnam E. & Co., Boston, Mass .... 661 
Putnam F. "W., Salem, Mass • .... 721 
Putnam & Beddoe, Boston, Mass . • • 647 
Randall Brothers, Lowell, Mass .... 765 
Kay Samuel C, Springfield, Mass . . . 752 
Raymond George, Fitchburg, Mass . . 715 
Read, Stevenson, & Co., Boston, Mass . 68+ 
Reed Charles G., Worcester, Mass . . . 735 

Reed & Spencer, Ayer, Mass 789 

Renne William & Sons. Plttslield, Mass. 771 
Reynolds E. D. & O. B., North Bridge- 
water, Mass 650 

Reynolds & Thompson, North Bridge- 
water, Mass .... 742 

Rice, Kendall, & Co., Boston, Mass . . 667 
Rice, Livermore, & Co., Boston, Mass . 645 
Richardrion C. E., Boston, Mass .... 603 
Richardson G. H. & C. F., Athol Depot, 

Mass • • . , 719 

Richardson & Waters, Salem, Mass . . 724 

Richer V., Boston, Mass 670 

Ridge Edwin, Lowell, Mass 769 

Rilev & Damon, Boston, Mass 663 

Robbins Curtis M., Fitchburg, Mass . . 715 
Robertson John A., Boston, Mass . . . 660 
Robinson & Brown, Charlestown, Mass. 702 

Roche John, Springfield, Mass 751 

Rogers Jacob & Co., Lowell, Mass . • . 767 
Rogers, Smith, & Cochrane, Boston, 

Mass., front colored. 
Rugg George W., Worcester, Mass . . 734 
Ryan William B., Quincy, Mass .... 738 
Salem Glue Company, Salem, Mass . . 724 
Salem Lead Company, Salem, Mass . . 723 

Salem Press, Salem, Mass 721 

Sampson, Davenport, & Co., Boston. 

Mass., front colored and 248 

Sanford & Greene, Boston, Mass . . . . 658 
Sanger N. C. & Sons, Watertown, Mass. 720 
Saturday Chronicle, Charlestown, Mass. 643 
Saturday Eve'g Express, Boston, Mass. 793 

Savory T. C, Boston, Mass 084 

Scarbao Madison, Salisbury Mills, Mass. 711 
Sears W. B., Boston, Mass .... opp. 129 
Seymour & Bro., Springfield, Mass . . . 742 
Shales D. & Co., South Boston, Mass. . 662 

Shattuck W. G., Boston, Mass 694 

Shattuck & Farwell, Clinton, Mass . • 787 
Shedd J. & Co., Waltham, Mass . ... 655 
Shedd & Sawyer, Boston, Mass .... 686 
Sheldon F. & Co., Fitchburg, Mass . . . 714 
Sheldon & Bnrtlett, Worcester, Mass . 7.35 

Shelton R. C. 8. Lynn, Mass 726 

Shepard Henry C, Boston, Mass . . . 700 
Shepard H. S. & Chester, Boston, Mass. 658 
Shepard W. B., Hingham, Mass .... 737 
Sherman N. B., Boston, Mass ..... 683 
Sherman & Howe, Spencer, Mass . . . 736 
Shoninger B. & Co., New Haven, Conn. 656 

Sibley Stephen, CheL-iea, Mass 706 

Sibley W. H. & F., Westborough, Mass. 708 
Silver & Gay, North Chelmsford, Mass . 759 
Simmons George, Plymouth, Mass . . . 744 

Simonds N. J., Woburn, Mass 784 

SisHon Otis A., New Bedford, Mass . . 757 
Sizer Emerson, Westfi<^ld. Mass .... 769 
Slade D. & L., Boston & Chel-xea, Mass. 706 
Sleeper, Johnson, & Co., Boston, Mass. 662 
Small, Wetherell, &Co., Boston, Mass . 666 
Smith Charles & Co., Boston, Miss . • 696 

Smith James Q. Quincy, Mass 737 

Smith Jei<8e, Worcester, Mass 731 

Smith J. Ford, Salem, Mass 721 

Smith Robert A., Newburyport, Mass, 710 
Smith Samuel H., Salem, Mass. ... 721 
Smith W. W., Provincetown, Mass . . 708 
Smith & Davis, Boston, Mass 666 



Snell Manufacturing Co., Fiskdale.Mass 736 
Southard, Herbert, & Co., Bo.^ton, Mass 657 
Southbridge Brick Co. .Soutlibridge, Mass 736 
Southworth Luther, jr. & Co., atough- 

ton. Mass 708 

Spear E. D., M.D., Boston, Mass . ... 678 

Spear James E., Boston, Mass 662 

Spencer House, Spencer, Mass 7.36 

Spencer N. A., Ayer, Mass , 712 

Spencer Thomas H., West Stockbridge, 

Mass 773 

Spiller G. W., North Bridgewater, Mass 740 

Spiller S. M., Boston, MasN 6b0 

Spinney Leonard & Co., Boston, Mass. 703 
Springer L. K., Bo^ton, Mass . . . 704 
Springfield Brass Foundry, Springfield, 

Mass ... 751 

Springfield F. and M. Ins. Co., Spring- 
field, Mass 791 

Springfield Sword Co., Springfield, Mass 750 
Staudish House, North Lridgewater, 

Mass 740 

Staples & Phillips, Taunton, Mass ... 782 

Stiirk John, Waltham, Mass 713 

Stearns A, M. & Co., Bo.-ton, Mass ... 681 
Stearns A. T. & Sons, Boston, Mass . . 685 
Stearns Josepli E., Worcester, Muss . . 733 
Stearns Nathaniel C, Bo.ston, Mass . . 662 
Stedraan D. B. & Co., Boston, Mass . . 699 
Stetson & Talbot, Holli.-ton, Mass . . . 722 
Stevens Charles P., Boston, Mass. . . 682 

Stevens E. M., Boston, Mass 660 

Stevetis G. C. & J. F., Ayer, Ma.ss ... 788 
Stevens George M. & Co. Bustou, Mai^s 670 

Stewart J. & W., Boston, Mass 695 

Stoddard N. W. & Co., Bowton, Mass . . 698 
Stone Charles, North Bridgewater, Mass 742 

Stone Henry N., Boston, Mass 696 

Story David O., Bostoir, Mass 6>3 

Stowe A. F., Worcester, Mhss 7b'J 

Stratton F. A., WorceKter,Ma8s . . . . 737 

Stubbs J. A.,Boston,Mnss 6i>« 

Swain, Earle, & Co., Boston, Mass . . 690 
Swain Turbine Co. No. Clielmsfb(d,Mas3 761 
Taber Plane Co., New Bedford, Mass . . 757 

Tfift John B., agent front colored 

Tanner E. P., L'-e, Mass 770 

Tarr George J., Gloucester, Mass . • . . 710 
Taunton Iron Works Co., Taunton, Mass 781 
Technical Institute, Worcester, Mass . 783 

ierry J. C, Fall River, Mass 654 

Thomas & Griffiths, Boston, Mass . . . 072 

Tilly N., Springfield, Mass 753 

Titnme E. A., Worcester, Mass 727 

Tingley Automatic Heat Governor Co, 

Boston, Mass 671 

Tiiikham S. M. & Sons, Taunton, Mass . 785 

TolmanS. P. & K. A. Hunting 670 

Tongas L. T., Milford, Mas* 709 

Tower Brothers, Hudson, Mass. ... 715 
Tower George, Falmouth and Worces- 
ter, Mass ... 743 

Tower S.S., Athol Depot, Mass 717 

Tuck S. v.. North Bridgewater, Mass . 742 
Tucker N. G., Worcester, Mass . . . • . 732 
Tyler M. A. & Son, Woburn. Mass . . 783 
Union Boiler Co., New Bedford, Mass . 754 
Union Kuinace Co., Taunton, Mass . . . 782 

Union Hou.«e, Plymouth, Miss 746 

Union Stone Co., Boston, Muss. . inside 

back cover 
United Stales Steam Guage Co., Boston, 

Mass 647 

Universalist Pub. House, Boston, Mass. 8U0 
Upiiam Tlios. A., Boston. Mass .... 602 
Waldo J. Adan, Boston, Mas.-* front colored 
Walker J. W., Leornin.-ter, Mass. . . 7)5 
Walker Sylvenus, Boston, Mass .... 7i)'Z 

Wal.->h James, Boston, Mass 690 

Walton Beiij. T, Salein, Mass 721 

Warner C. O., Florence, Mass 778 

W^arner D &Co., Oxford, Mass. ... 635 
Washburn H. L. & Co., We»t Bridgewa- 
ter, Mass 744 

Washburn & Moen Manufacturing Co. 

Worcester, Mass 733 

Watchman and Reflector, Boston, Mass. 80i 
Waterfoid Straw Board Mill, Water- 
ford, N.Y 807 

WatsouB.M., Plymouth, Mass 747 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Waymoth A. D. & Co.. Fitchburg, Mass 714 
Web.'<ter W., North Hridgpwater, Mass . 743 
Weedeii Win. N., Boston, Mass .... 682 
Wflcli & Untiittis, Boston, Mass .... OSs 
Went H. E. Attleborougli, Mass .... 788 
West L. B. & Co., Tiiunion, Mass ... 781 
Weston Steam Press-Plate Works, 

Lowell, Miss 761 

Wheaton Walter F., New Bedford, Mass 75fi 
Whee'er W. H'., Worcester, Mass . . . 728 
Wliidden & Clinton, Boston, Mass . . . 70.i 
WliippleJ. J. & Co., Nortli Bridgewater, 

Mass 744 

Whitcher J. C, Woburn, Mass 78:! 

White Bro.x. & Kilburii, Boston, Mass . 6()5 
White Samuel S., Boston, Mass .... 671 

White W. B., Boston, Mass 701 

Wliiteley .John. Shirley Village, Mass. . 712 
Whitin Machine Works, Wljitinsville, 

Mass 709 

Whiting G. A. & J. H., Plymouth, Mass 745 
Wliiting Lewis F., Boston, Mass .... 68i) 
Whitney Giles H., Wiiichendon, Mass . 719 
Whitney (t. R., No. Bridgewater, Mass. 741 
Whitney & Willard, Lowell, Mass ... 768 
Wliitten Matthew, Kast Boston, Mass . 644 

Wiese F., Springfield, Mass 750 

Wilder Charles, agt., Worcester, Mass. 732 



Wilder H. H. & Co., Lowell, Mass. . 765 

Wilder S. & Co., Holliston, Mass ... 708 

Wilkinson A. .J. & Co., Boston, Mass . . 704 

Williams Charles, jr.. Boston, Mass . . 670 

AVilliams G. W., Boston, Mass 677 

Williams H. S., Boston, Mass . . . • • 641 
Williams .John, Worcester, Mass . , . 7^12 
Williams Jonathan, Qiiincy. Mass. . . 739 
Williams J. K., Taunton, Mass .... 780 
Williams & Edwards, Fitchburg. Mass . 713 
Windsor ManuC Co., Boston, Mass . . 674 
Winslow Samuel, Worcester, Mass . . . 731 
Wishart Wm., Clinton, Mass .... 716 
Witlierby, Kugg, & Richardson, Wor- 
cester, Mass 730 

Wood J. De'V , Pittstield, Mass .... 772 

Wood & Allen, Palmer, Mass 749 

Worcester M A., Worcester, Mass . . . 735 

Worcester & Austin, Boston, Mass . . 675 

Wright Joseph, Taunton, Mass 782 

Wright & Potter, Boston, Mass. ... 678 

Yale Lock Manuf. Co. Stamford, Conn. 10 

Yerrinton F. M., Boston. Mass 701 

Young A. F., Otter River Mass .... 720 

Young A. H., Boston, Mass 681 

Young Jacob K., East Abington, Mass . 739 

Younglove T. G. & Co., CoUoes, N.Y . . 807 



ADVERTISERS AND SUBSCRIBERS IN OTHER STATES. 



Bleacliers and Dyers. 

Bhode Island Bleach and Dye Works. 
Geo. J. Adams, agent, 27 Custom 
House 8t. Providence, R.I. 

Boiler Manufacturers. 

Providence Steam Engine Co. 

Providence, R.I. 

Book Binders. 

Claremont Manutacturing Co. (see 
pages 608 and 805) Claremont, N.H. 

Brass Manufacturers. 

The Plume & Atwood Manufacturing 
Co. L). S. Plume, treas. Thomaston, Conn. 

Buckle Manufacturers. 

West Hdven Buckle Co. West Haven, Ct. 
Carriage Manufacturers. 

Lyndon Carriage Co. Lyndon, Vt. 
Vermont Novelty Works Co. (Chil- 
dren's Springfield, Vt. 

Commissioners for Mass. residing in 
other Stateti. 

(See also page 104.) 
Holmes R. G. Beaufort, S C. 

Cohen Augustus fi. Charleston, S.C. 

Hoyne Philip A. Chicago, III. 

Conner Charles G. Exeter, N.H. 

Morris Staats S. Newark, N.J. 

Andrews Horace, 55 Liberty, New York 
Corey Edwin F. 54 Wall, '• 

Furniss William, 35 Wall, " 

Merchant Marvin J. 7 Warren, " 

Rice Bushrod F. 115 Broadway, " 

Thornell Thomaa L 120 Broadway, " 

Diver J. Paul, 114 So. Tliinl, Philadelphia 
Smith N. Proctor, San Francisco, Cal_ 

Allen Edmund T. 419 Olive, St. Louis, Mo. 



Burroughs John W. Savannah, Ga. 

Piatt Jos. T. K. 801 E, Washington, D.C. 

Cotton Factor. 

Holmes R. G. Beaufort, S.C 

Cotton Goods Manufacturers. 

Cabot Manuf. Co., Benj. Greene, agt. 

Brunswick, Me. 

Central Manuf. Co. Central Village, Conn. 
Stark Mills, Manchester, N.H. 

Jackson Co. Nashua, N.H. 

Vale Mills, Benj. Saunders, treas. " 

Bernon Manuf. Co. Henry Waterman, 

treas. 31 Market sq. Providence, R.I. 

Ponaganset Co., John H. Barden, 

Rockland, R.I. 

Montgomery .7. R. & Co. (cotton warps) 

Windsor Locks, Conn. 

Dry Goods Importers. 

JafFray E. S. & Co. 350 Broadway, New York 

Fan Manufacturers. 

American Fan Co. Nashua, N.H. 

Fire Arms Manufacturers. 

Roper Sporting Arms Co. Hartford, Conn. 

Winchester Repeating Arms Co. 

New Haven, Conn. 

Hermetically Sealed Provisions. 

Portland Packing Co. Portland, Me. 

Hollow Ware Manuf. 

Goewey John A. 20 Broadway (see 
page 805), Albany N.Y. 

Iron Founder. 

Goewey John A. 20 Broadway (see 
page 805), Albany, N.Y. 

Iron Manufacturers. 

Thames Iron Works (bar), Norwich, Conn. 



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The Plume & Atwood Co., Thomaston, Ct- 
liawyere, 

Hoyne Thilip A. Chicago, 111. 

Lee & Rodman, 6 Court pi. Louisville, Ky. 
Morris Staats S. Newark. N.J. 

Andrew.s Horace, 55 Liberty, New York 

Furniss William, 35 Wall, " 

Merchant Marvin J. 7 Warren, " 

Rice Bushrod F.1I5 Broadway, " 

Ulman & Gazzam. 137 Broadway, " 

Burroughs John W. Savannah, Ga. 

Allen Edmund T. 419 Olive, St. Louis, Mo. 

Iilme Blanufacturrr. 
HigglnsJ. E. Brandon, Vt. 

liock Manufacturers. 

THE YALB LOCK MANUF.\CTURING CO., 
STAMFORD, CT. 




Manufacturers of Unpickable Bank 
and Safe Locks ; fine Store Door 
Locks ; Rim and Mortise Night 
Latches ; Closet, Chest, Desk, and 
Drawer Locks ; also Post Office Lock 
Boxes, Prison Locks, and Locks 
for Safe Deposit Boxes. Office No. 
1 Barclay St. New York 

Lumber Dealers. 

Lewiston Steam Mill Co. Lewiston, Me. 

Organ Manufacturers. 

Shoningor B. & Co. (see page fiSfi), 57, 
5«, and 61 Chestnut, New Haven, Conn. 



Paper Manufacturers. . 

Claremont Manufg. Co. (see pages (i08 
and 805), Claremont, N.H. 

Cohoes Straw Board Mill, T. G. Young- 
love & Co. (straw boards, see j.age 
807) Cohoes, N.Y. 

Middle Granville Straw Board Mill, 
L Dodge & Co. (straw boards, see 
pageS(i7), Middle Granville, N.Y. 

Watorford Straw Broad Mill, Dodge, 
Stewart, & Co. (str.HW bo:ird<, see 
page 807), Waterford, N.Y. 

Printers. 

Claremont Manufg. Co. (see pages C08 
and 805) Claremont, N.H. 

Roofing Slate. 

Eagle Slate Co. Hydeville, Vt. 

Serving Machines. 

The Stamford Sewing Machine, manu- 
tacfnrrd by the Guinness Sewing 
Machine Co. Stanifurd, Conn. 

^^ewine Macliine Shuttles. 

Roper Sporting Arms Co. Hartford, Conn 

Shear Manufacturers. 

Barnard, Son, & Co. Waterbury, Conn. 

Spring and Axle Manufactitrers. 

Bridgeport Spring Co. Bridgeport, Conn. 
Steam £ngiue Builders. 

Providence Sttam Engine Co. 

Providence, R.I. 

Stereotypers. 

Claremont Manufg. Co. (see page 805), 

Claremont, N.H 

Stra'vr Board Manufacturers. 

Cohoes Straw Board Mill, T. G. Young- 
love & Co. (see pjige S07), Cohoes, N.Y, 
MiHdIo Granville Straw Hoard Mill, L. 
Dodge & Co. (see pusre fS07) , 

Middle Gram ille, .Y. 
Waterford Straw Board Mdl, Dodge, 
Stewart & Co. (see page 8o7), 

Waterford, N.Y. 

Suspender Manufacturers. 

Russell Manufg. Co. Middletown, Conn. 

Thread Manufacturers. 
Conant Thread Co. Pawtucket, R.I. 

Tool Manufacturers. 
Providence Tool Co. Providence, R.I. 

"White Lead Manufacturers. 
Colburn R. R. & Co. Ansonia, Conn^ 

Water Power. 
Cohoes Co. T. G. Younglove, agent, 
(see page 806) Cohoes, N.Y. 

"Woollen Goods Manufacturer. 

McQuaker William, South Windham, Me. 



STATE GOVERNMENT. . 19 




GOVERNMENT ffi®ll®l3^/^^li OF THE 



COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS. 

And Officers immediately connected therewith, ivith places of residence. 

X3*72- 

Annual Election Tuesday after First Monday in November. 

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. 

His Excellexcy, WILLIAM B. WASHBURN, of Greenfield,..Governor. 
His Honor, JOSEPH TUCKER, of Lenox..., Lieutenant Governor. 

COUNCIL. 

District 1. — Alfred Macy of Nnntucket, 

" 2. — WilliKm L. Heed , of Aljinftton. 

" .3. — Milo llildreth .- of Norihboro'. 

" 4. — .Tonas Fi cli of l^<l^loll. 

" 5. — Joliu F. Harris of Mai bl« head. 

" 6. — Icintitlian R. Winn of Woburn. 

" 7— Elijah K. Sioddiird of Worcester. 

" 8. — Kdivin Chase of Hoi yoke. 

Private Secretory rf the Governor, Sidney Andrews of Boston. 

Messenger to the Governor and Cotmcil, VVilliain H. D. Eaton of Cambridge. 



SECRETARY OF THE COMMONWEALTH. 

Oliver Warner of Northampton. 

1st Cleric, Charles W. Lovett, of Boston. | 2rf Clerk, Benj. C. Piper, of Boston. 

TREASURER AND RECEIVER-GENERAL. 

Charlen Adams, jr .of North Brookfield 

1st Clerk, D.itiiel H. Rogers, of Brookline. | 'Z'l Clerk, Artemas Harmon, of Maiden. 

DKPCTY TAX COMMISSIONER. 

D. A. Gleason of Medford. 

AUDITOR OF ACCOUNTS. 

Charles Endicott of Canton. 

1st Clerk, Edward S. Davis, of Lynn, | 2rl Clerk, Augustus Brown, of Salem. 

ATTORNEY GENERAL. 

Charles R. Train of Boston. 

ASSISTANT ATTORNEY-GENERAL. 

James C. Davis of Boston. 

Governor's Staff. 

AD.TUTANT AND INSPECTOR-GENERAL. (Rank Major-General.) 

James A. Cunningham of Gloucester. 

SURGEON-GENERAL. (Rank, Brigadier-General.) 
William J. Dale of North Andover. 

ASSISTANT ADJUTANT-GENERAL. (Rank, Colonel. ) 

Nehemiah Brown of Boston. 

ASSISTANT SURGEON- GENERAL. (Rank, Colonel.) 

Anson P. Hooker of Cambridge. 

surgeon-general's DEPARTMENT. (Rank, Colonel.) 

William C. Capelle of Boston. 

ASSISTANT INSPECTOR-GENERAL. (Rank, Captain.) 
William E. Wilson of Boston. 



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SENATE. 



Horace 


H. CooLiDGE, of Boston, . President. 


Stephen 


N. GiFFORD, . . . Clerk. 


Rev. Edward Abbott, . . . Chaplain. 


John Morissey, .... Sergeant-at-Arms. 




Suffolk County. 




1st District. 


— Rufus S. Frost, 


of Chelsea 


2d 


Alonzo W. Boardman, 


of Boston 


3d " 


Charles Hale, . . . . 


of Boston 


4th " 


Horace H. Coolidge, 


of Boston 


5th " 


William H. Learnard, 


of Boston 


6 th " 


Robert Johnson, 

Essex Couuty. 


of Boston 


1st District. 


— Orrin Hewes, . . . . 


of Lynn 


2d 


Daniel E. SaflTord, 


of Hamilton 


3d " 


John K. Tarbox, . . . . 


of Lawrence 


4th " 


D. T. Woodwell, . 


of Newbury port 


5th " 


Newell Giles, 

Middlesex County. 


of Rockport 


1st District. 


— William B. Long, 


. of Charlestown 


2d " 


J. S. Potter, 


of Arlington 


3d 


Robert O. Fuller, 


of Cambridge 


4th " 


J.N.Pike, 


of Ashland 


5th « 


Levi Wallace, 


of Pepperell 


6th « 


Carroll D. Wrioht, 


•of Reading 


7th " 


George F. Richardson, 

"Worcester County. 


of LoweU 


1st District. 


— Adin Thayer, 


of Worcester 


2d " 


S M. Griggs, 


. of Westbovough 


3d 


A. J. Bartholomew, 


of" Soutlil)ridge 


4th " 


Baxter D. Whitney, 


of Winchendon 


5th " 


George A. Torrey, ... 
Hampden County. 


of Fitchburg 


1st District. 


— William L. Smith, 


of Springfield 


2d 


Reuben Noble, 


ofWestfield 



Hampshire, Franklin, and Berkshire Counties. 

Hampshire District. — Rufus D. Woods, . . of Enfield 

Franklin " Georjze Sheldon, . .of Det rfield 

Berkshire " Shepard Tliayer, . of North Adams 

Berkshire and Hampshire District. — E. H.Brewster, of Worthington 



Norfolk and Plymouth Counties. 

1st Norfolk District. — James S. Whitnev, . • of Brook line 

2d '> " Thomas L. Wakefield, . of Dedham 

3d " " E. P. Carpenter, . . ofFoxborough 

1st Plymouth District. — George W. Lobdell, . of Mattapoisett 

2d " >' Lloyd Parsons, . . of Bridgewater 

Norfolk and Plymouth District. — James Humphrey, of Weymouth 



Bristol County. 

1st District. — Frederick L. Ames, 

2d " Isaac H. Co*', 

3d " Charles P. Slickuey, 



of Easton 

of New Bedford 

of Fall River 



Barnstalite, Nantucket, and Dukes Counties. 

Cape District. — Joseph K. Baker, . . . of Dennis 

Island District. — Charles Bradley, ... of Tisbury 



HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 



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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 

John E. Sanfokd, of Taunton, Speaker. 

William S. Robinson Clerk. 

Rev. Warren H. Cudworth, Chaplain. 

John Morissey . Serg cri.t iit-Ain;!!. 



Suffblk. 

1. Edward Pearl, of Boston. 
Henry B. Hill, of Boston. 
Henry S. Washburn, of Boston. 

2. William Taylor, of Boston. 
Michael Carney, of Boston. 
Henry Splnin, of Boston. 

3. George Going, of Boston. 
Jolin Newell, of Boston. 
Charles M. Kiii^sley, of Boston. 

4. John A. Lamso i, of Boston. 
Samuel M. Quincy, of Boston. 
Barney Hull, of Boston. 

5. Kilward B. Rankin, of Boston. 
George A. STiaw, of Boston. 
John J. Murphy, of Boston. 

6. F. W. Lincoln, of Boston. 

Ch irles R. Codman, of Boston. 
John J. Smith, of Boston. 

7. Hugh J. Toland, of Boston. 
P. O'Connor, of Boston. 
Michael J. Croak, of B ston. 

8. Moses Kimball, of Boston. 
Ira L. Moore, of Boston. 
Julius K. Bannister, of Boston. 

9. Francis 1). Stedman, of Boston. 
Jeremiah L. Newton, of Boston. 

10. Noah Lincoln, of Boston. 
S. B Hopkins, of Boston. 

11. Charles V. Poor, of Boston. 
E W. Griggs, of Boston. 
Daniel A. Patch, of Boston. 

12. Albert .1. Wright, of Boston. 
Liberty 1). Packard, of Boston. 

13. Horatio B. Hersey, of Chelsea. 
Elbridge C. Donne,!!, of Chelsea. 
Thomas W. Porter, of Revere. 

Essex. 

1. B. F. Sargent, of Amesbury. 

J. H. D irgin, of West Newbury. 

2. Wil iam E. Blunt, of HaverhilL 
Henry O. Burr, of Haverhill. 
A. R. Lancaster, of Haverhill. 

3. Horace C. Bacon, of Lawrence. 
Geo. E. Davis, of Lawrence. 
Jos. S. Howe, of Methuen. 
4. George H. Poor, of Andover. 
6. Leverett Hopkinson, of Groveland. 

6. K ibert Couch, of Newburyport. 
Geo. W. Clark, of Newburyport. 
Wm Gushing, of Newburyport. 

7. Charles -A. Say ward, of Ipswich. 

8. Benjamin H. Corliss, of Gloucester. 
C. P. Thompson, of Gloucester. 
John C. Choate, cf Gloucester. 

9. Jatnes W Bradley, of Rockport. 

10. F. W. Cressv, of Beverly. 
Natha H. Webb, of Beverly. 

11. George H. Peabodv, of Danvers. 

12. C. V. Hanson, of Peal)Oilv. 

13. Willard P. Phillips, of Salem. 
George Sanborn, of Salem. 



14. William A. Cressv, of Salem. 

15. F. E. Pedrick, of Marblehead. 
Geo. Hatch, of Marblehead. 

16. Bowman B. Breed, of Lynn. 

17. John W. Blaney, of Lynn. 

18. Henry B. Lovering, of Lynn. 

19. James P. Bacheller, of Lynn. 

20. Anson McLoud, of Topsfield. 

Bristol. 

1. 0. C. Turner, of Attleborough. 

2. John R. Rogerson, of Norton. 

3. Geo. H. Bates, of Easton. 

4. John E. Sanford, of Taunton. 
J. H. Church, of Taunton. 
Wm. R. Black, of Taunton. 

5. Wm. Babbitt, of Berkley. 

6. Job Gardner, jr. of Swanzey. 

7. G. 0. Fairbanks, of Fall River. 
Geo. H. Eddv, of Fall River. 
T. F Holder, of Fall River. 

8. Giles Brownell, of Westport. 

9. Benj. F. Wing, of Danmouth. 

10. Joseph H. Cornell, of New Bedford. 
Ellis Perry, of New Bedford. 

11. Isaac D. Hall, of New Bedford. 
Thomas B. Tnpp, of New Bedford. 

12. William H. Whitfie.d, of Fairhaven. 

Middlesex. 

1. 0. Ayers, of Charlestown. 

2. Thomas B. Harris, of Charlestown. 

Joseph H Cotton, of Charlestown. 

3. Chas. Curtis, of Charlestown. 
Andiew J. Bailey, of Charlestown. 

4. Chas. H. Taylor, of Somerville. 
Samuel A. Carltdu, of Somerville. 
J.H. Abbott, of Maiden. 

5. Benj. F. Hyy^s, of Medford. 

6. D. N. Skilliiigs, of Winchester. 

7. Charles F. Walcott, of Cambridge. 

8. Curtis C. Nichols, of Cambridge. 
John McDuffy, of Cambridge. 
John W. Hammond, of Cambridge. 

9. Ezra Parmenter, of Cambridge. 

10. Rev. Ezra D. Winslow, of Newton. 
A. B. Ely, of Newton. 

11. George W. Ware., jr., of Belmont. 

12. W. A. Adams, of Waltham. 

13. William Nutt, of Natick. 
14 P. R. Johnson, of Holliston. 
16. A. C. Putnam, of Hopkinton. 

16. Jonas Kendall, of Framingham. 

17. Eilward L. Bigelow, of Marlboro'. 

18. B. W. GleasoM, of Stow. 

19. Horace Heard, of Wayland. 

20. C. H. Fiske, of Weston. 

21. W. M. Ashby, of Bedford. 

22. Walter Wyman, of Woburn. 

23. Nelson Cochran, of Melrose. 
Amos Hill, of Stoneham. 

24. William J. Wightman, of Wilmington. 

25. A. Marshall, of Tewksbury. 



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26. Jonathan P. Folsom, of Lowell. 
Geo. F. Scril'ner, of Lowell. 

27. W. H. Longhlin, of Lowell. 

28. VV. H. Anderson, of LowelL 

29. W. A. Brown, of Lowell. 

30. J. Henry Read, of Westford. 

31. E. Dana Bancroft, of Ayer. 

32. Alvin Lawton, of Shirley. 

"Worcester. 

1. A. G. Sinclair, of Winchendon. 

2. George H. Hoyt, of Athol. 

3. William Stone, of Templeton. 

4. Lyman Woodward, of Hubbardston. 
Hardina; Woods, of Barre. 

6. J. W. Kimball, of Fitchburg. 
Geo. K. Towne, of Fitchburg. 
E. l^. Lorinp, of Fitchbuj-g. 

6. Geor^:e A. i*arker, of Lancaster. 

7. Jonas E Howe, of Olintbu. 

8. Asa Keyes, of Sterling. 

9. L N. Ross, of Holden. 

10. Lewis Barnard, of Worcester. 
John Gates, of Worcester. 

B. W. Potter, of Worcester. 

11. John S. Baldwin, of Worcester. 
Joseph R. Torrey, of Worcester. 
George P. Kendrick, of Worcester. 

12. George F. Slocumb, of Grafton. 

13. Francis Fisber, of Southboro'. 

14. William Knowlton, of Upton. 

15. Geo. B. Blake, of Milford. 
W. H. AldrU'h, of Mendon. 
George W. Hobbs, of Uxbridge. 

16. Horace L -loslin, of Webster. 
E. Harris Howiand, of Oxford. 
Lvin B. Sayles, of Millbury. 

17. L. G. Sturtevant, of Leicester. 
William Upham, of Spencer. 

18. S. H. Sibley, of VVarren. 

D- W. Knigbt,. of North Brookfield. 

Plymouth. 

1. Moses R. Colman, of Scituate.' 

2. Hawkes Fearing, of Hingham. 

3. Thos. B. Wateiman, o( Sonth Scituate. 

4. J. T. Z. Thompson, of Halifax. 

5. Josiah Peti^rson, of Duxburv. 

6. Tisdale S. White, of Plymouth. 
William Perkins, of Plympton. 

7. Al<len Besse, of Warelmm. 

8. Geo. W. Humphrey, of Rochester. 

9. Noah U. Perkins, of Middleboro'. 

10. Siiuihworth Harlow, of Bridgewater. 

11. W. H. Osborne, of Kast Rridgewater. 
E. L. Tha\er, of North Bridgewater. 

12. Franklin P.. Harlow, of Abington. 
Albert F. Kelley, of Abington. 

Hampden. 

1. Rice S. Mnnn, of Monson. 

2. Ephraim Allen, of Wilbraham. 

3. James Parker, of Springfield. 
John W. Phelps, of Springfield. 

4. W. C. Sturtevant, of Springfield. 
6. C. C Merritt, of Springfield. 

6. Geo. Arms, of Chijopee. 
Reuben Sikes, of Ludlow. 

7. Ralph Perry, of AgRwam. 

Ansel H. Ward, of West Springfield. 

8. L. R. Norton, of Westfieid. 

9. T. Keefe, of Chester. 



Franklin. 

1. David Eastman, of New Salem. 

2. J. H. Root, of Montague. 

3. Asa A. Holton, of Northfield. 
Wm. Keith, of Greenfield. 

4. Lafayette Andei-son, of Shelburno. 
S. B. Crafts, of Whately. 

5. Chauncey L. Speaj-, of Buckland. 



1. Aug. B. Endicott, of Dedham. 

2. Rob't Seaver, of West Roxbury. 

3. Albert Palmer, of Boston. 
George Bartholomesz, of Boston. 
Brownell Granger, of B iston. 

4. Charles Stanwood, of Boston. 

5. Laban Pratt, of Boston. 
Henry S. Adams, of Hyde Park. 

6. Henry H. Faxon, of Quincy. 

7. B. L. Morrison, of Braintree. 

8. Noah B. Thayer, of Wt-ymouth. 
Charles Q. Tirrell, of Weymouth. 

9. Lndovicus F. Wild, of Randolph. 
10. Henry Jones, of Stough'on. 

IL James S. Shepard, of Canton 
D. W. Tucker, of Milton. 

12. W. H. Thomas, of Foxborough. 
George Sheldon, of Wrentham. 

13. Seneca Burr, of Bellingham. 

14. John M. Harris, of Needham. 

15. A. W.. Benton, of Brookline. 

Berk8hire. 

1. Edward .7. Tower, of Lanesborough. 

2. F. P. Brown, of North Adams. 
S. P. Dresser, of Savov. 

3. James M. Barker, of Pittpfield. 
Wni. H. Murray, of Pittsfield. 

4. Chapin Converse, of Hinsdale. 

5. Geo. 0. Peck, of Lenox. 

6. C. E. Slater, of Tyingham. 

7. F. T. Whiting, of' Great Barrington. 

8. Milton Abbey, of Sandisfield. 

Hampshire. 

1. W. F. Arnold, of Northampton. 
S. B. Quiglev, of Southampton. 

2. Snraner >. . Church, of Middlefield. 

3. 'I'homiis M. Carter, of Williamsburg. 

4. Ira B. Wright, of South Hadley. 

5. Dr. C. B. Smith, of Granby. 

6. ohn W. Robinson, of Ware. 

Barnstable. 

1. J. B. D. Coggswell, of Falmouth. 
Ezra C. Howard, of Sandwich. 
Nathiiniel Sears, of Barnstable. 

2. Erastns ChHse. of Harwich. 
Zoeth Snow, of Brewster. 

3. Lot Higgins, of Or'eans. 

4. Jesse S. Pendergrast, of Truro. 
R. G. Sparks, of Provincetown. 

Dukes. 

1. Nathaniel E. Jernegan, of Edgartown. 
Nantucket. 

1. Robert F. Gardner, of Nantucket. 



STANDING COMMITTEES. 
COMMITTEES OF THE LEGISLATURE. 



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STANDING COMMITTEES OF THE 
SENATE. 



JOINT STANDING COMMITTEES. 

^,(/ri(;«i«Mre- Messrs. Woods, of Hamp- 



:.X';e"..e C/.ancer, -M...rs. Barthol- 1 ^-f ;^^ 
w, of Worce^ter, Huu.pl.rey, ol ^ 'y\ ^' 1:;^ !i' ^7^ 



^lffi,rk: rua'yeV, ot Wo. cester, uud ro.rey , oi . ^\;7;^'„"j|;;^::,;;";f -^r/.TbuVnero/ ^/i--' House 
Worcester. vr .,..« llarthol- Banks and Hanking— Mi'st^n. B<uiktii*iy, ol 

Probate ami Chancery - yi^f-^s^ of ^v- Bd' oi, and Giles, of Essex, of the Senate 
omew, of Worce-ter, Huuiplirey, ol 1 ly ^'' '.;• Hurri-, of Cliarlestovvu, Hersey, of 
mour.i.,.udS.i.illi, of Hampden. i "'j^^.j ^ j^^jih, of Gr.entield, Carlton, of 

r,-e.6ury-Messrs. SUo-kney of B^3,o^ ^'^^^ ^^^*:„ ^..^ couch, of Newbur>port, o/ 
W..ii.ney, ot Worces er, and Learuard, oi ^ ^^^^^^_^ 
Suifolk. „ . ,„ „f p|... c/ai»is — Me8>r8. SafTord, of Essex, and 

Printing -n^^ssvs. »""^P'" Y'c "ui, ^ f pike of Middlesex, of the Senate. MeBBrs. 
mouli, VVoodwell, of E:*se.s:, and ftinitli. ol ' '^J^^-;';^, of Lowell, I'ralt of Boston, Bib- 
Ha'iipiu. „ n„nn,ni ' i.itt of Berkley, Root, of Montague, and 

""ims in Third /J««'^»'»^-/;'/t!"'sex K cl ■- | 1^ kins of Ply. n -ton, of the House. 
,mew, of Worcester, >al ord, of ^'«»'=x...«'V' ^'i;,,,,. 'uion - Messrs. Bartholomew, of 



omew, Ol »» OIL,;-.,.. ;, 1 .f Piv 

urdso,., of M..ldle.ex, lfiu.ipUre>, of V'ly 
moiiih. iinil vV.i«hi., of Midd csex 



Ediic Ition- Messrs. ' Bartlu)l.)mew, of 
Worcester, and Learnard, of butf .Ik, of the 



mou.h.Mnd vV.i«fit,of Middlesex. | g ^^ Messrs. Washburn, of Bos.on,Bald- 

Enc,ro.ised BiUs - \VsM-^.(,n^ii^,^ijy or »e a ^^^cester, Eastman, of iNew >alem, 
o,v-t.r, Brewster, olHamp.shire, and Wallace, j«M,oi^ v^^. ^,^,^,J,r,,, and Humphrey, of 
of Middlesex. t^kHmII of Roohester, o/"</i« //oMse. 



I of Middlesex, and Carpenter, of Norfolk, of 
Vie Senate. Messrs. K. W. Lincoln, of Bos- 
ton, Co-swell, of Yarmouth, I'""«l'S""-. «f 
Gloucdst r. Heard, of Wayland, and Smith, 
of Hilton, of the House. r ,„„a 

FUheries — Messrs. Bradley, ofthe Island, 
Hnd Bakerof the Cape,or</ic' Senate Messrs. 
C.rney, of Boston, White, of Plymouth, 
b™of Harwich, Whitetiekl of Ea.rhaven, 
an I Cressy, ot Salem, ofthe Hou^^e. 

Harbors- Messrs. Krost, of Suffolk, John- 
on. of Suffolk, and Whitney, "t/N o rfo I ^ o/ 



Hampden. 

STANDING COMMITTEES OF THE 
HOUSE. 

Ju'Hci'iry - Messrs. Cogswell, of Yar 
mouth, riiompson, ofGloucesier, Newton, of 
Bo-t.in, lirown. of Ad;iins, Quincv, of Bos^ 

ton, Walcott,of CamUrulge, and I^--'"='' "* ^„„ „,,,._,, _ ,, ,. 

"""i^l^and C/.a«c.r,- Messrs. .ia«jn.of tMe><en^ct^ ch^:"own:''N:;J:' U nco^: ^^^ 
Liwrence, Blunt, o' , H'^^:'-^"' 'Vl.^rne o f Hosu, n ll^srorWa^-^.^ Hammond of 



Tii-rell, of W.'vmoutii. _ 



iK-v- Messrs. Sheldon, of Franklin, 
Am '?o7Bristol. and Woods, of H'jnfP^-'V^e. 
of the Senate Messrs. Fackujd, ot Boston, 
JIcLoud. of fopstield, and Keyes, ol bter- 
Hn" ofthe House. ,.,,. 

Maiuf. tares - Messrs. Whitney ofjor- 
cester, and Carpenter, of Norfolk, of the 
SenUe .Messrs. Upham of >5peucei. .'shep. 
fni" of Canton, Kendall, of K'-nj-^i"^;"' 
Ame-., of Clucopee, and Sayles, of MiUbury, 



■/.^i":;auc;e -Messrs. Kimb;ill, of Boston, ] 
G.rdner,of Nuiiucket, Woodward, of llub- 
ba.d^to.l, Putnam, of Houkino.i, ^1'";-.'=';.^/ 
Mi.ldlelieid, Murray, of Pitt=held, and 1 alch, 

^'^f^ecllo" s - Messrs. Bail ay, of Charles 
town, Bi^'olow, of Mtilboro', Jones, of 
btZ.ght,.." Aldric'i, of .Mend -n, Ad ims of 
Wallliam, Carter, of Williamsburg, and sin- 

*='";V^,^'-!^'m,io- Messrs. Ware, of ^ 

Bcdnitiu Loug.il.n, or Lowell Muim^^ ^/.irs- Messrs. Frost, of 

^-i:-'^^-f'^a;^^Ka;:i-.uffi^k^^ ^rF^^r^c:^ 

b.r £^: o^ =o!^:^l:d'=: o^ 1 39^,^^ 

Charlestowu. nf New /J^*.' Messrs Barnard, of Worcester. Adams, 

Bi^;""i^S^r^'t;^-^^-y"«!««'r ^ 
Orleans' Peek, of Lenox, Robinson, of Ware 
Harlow, of Bridgewaier, and ilorrison, ot 

^^Jfi^^- Messrs. Norton, of West field, 
Kimtslev of Bo-ton, Sikes, of Ludlow, 
TiMfer. of North Brid«ewa.er, Wild, ot Ran- 
dolph. Pediick, Of MarbleheaJ, and Lawton, 

""^leZe of Absence-Messrs. Toland, of Bos 



Benton, of Urookline. and New.-ll, ot Bos- 

•"Ah/r«a:v^/.«>,s-Messr8 T'otter. of Mid- 
dlelex, a^.I ^Vrigiit., of Middlesex ,/-r^e 
Senate Messrs. Kimball, of fitchbuig, 
•e -l, of Boston, Porter, of Revere Wyman 
of Woburii, and Smith, of Granby, of the 

""i:e:;.e^.^&,e.ce- Messrs. Toland, ofBos- ij^"!''- -^f '^^^^S^^^r^L ^^ 
ton. Spear, of Buckland, Abbey, of bands- baffod, of Ess^^^^ j,^^^.,. 

field Kendrick, of Worcester, H^^o - "M *«''"'^.- ..^^^'"^t.- s^ 
Slarbleheiid.^Murphy, of Boston, and Ir.pp, «'^-^;,';\/;^'';^^^^;''a"d ^3rafts, of Wh'ately. of 

^'S^.X^lSn^s- Messrs. Shaw of Bos- %^^,';,^«_M„8rs. Potter, of Middlesex, 
ton, Bhiney, of Lynn. Converse of Hnsdale, I P> t,* 'f.,,,, ,,f J-ranklln. of the Senate. 
Blake. of Millord,Ashby,ofBedfoid,bparke8 «"J ^f \^^ '^,„«;, of Newt^ 
of Proviucetown, and Brownell, of West- Messr^s^ Wmslo.^ , »''"'"g\°r' 

'^°P-in«i»o- Messrs Nic'iols, of Cambridge, Church, of Taunton, and Josl.n, of Webster, 
Webb, of Beverly. Grig-8, of Boston, Woods oftheHonse /„g,i<„ton5- Messrs. 

or BarVe, Wing of Dartmouth rhomas. ot ^ PubUc ^^/^^^^^ «^^ «,/ ^d Fuller, of Mid- 
Foxboro', and Rankin of Boston. i inaycr, oi tt u 



24 



MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 



diesex, q^ <7ie Senate. Messrs. Stedman, of 
Boston, Parraenter, of Cambridge, Poor, of 
Boston, Breed, of Lynn, and Eddy, of Fall 
River, of the House. 

Public ian/s— Messrs. Bradley, of the 
Island, and Noble, of Hampden, of the Sen- 
ate. Messrs. Perkins, ot'Middleboro', Read 
of Westford, Allen, of Wilbraliam, Gardner' 
of Swanzey, and Slater, of Tyringham o? 
the House. '' 

Railways — Messrs. Hale, of Suffolk, Thay- 
er, of Berkshire, and Turbox, of Essex of 
the Senate. Messrs. Phillips, of Salem, Cod- 
man, of Boston, Gleason, of Stow, Fair- 
banks, of Fall River, Ely, of Newton 
Knowlton, of Upton, Scribuer, of Lowell' 
and Barker, of Pittsfleld, of the House. ' 

Horse Baitways — Meeara. Long, of Mid- 
dlesex, Griggs, of Worcester, and Wallace 
of Middlesex, of the Senate. Messrs. Cor- 
nell, of New Bedford, Lamson, of Boston 
Brown, of Lowell, Bancroft, of Ayer, Parker' 
of Springfield, Hobbs, of Uxbridge, Palmer' 
of Boston, and Holden, of Fall River of the 
House. ' 

Roads and Bridges— Mes%Ts. Brewster of 
Hampshire, and Lobdell, of Plymouth, of 
the Senate. Messrs. Jernagan, of Ed'''-ar- 
town, Howard, of Sandwich, Hayes, of Med- 
ford, Abbott, of Maiden, and Clark of New- 
buryport, of the House. 

State House— Messrs. Boardman, of Suf- 
folk, Parsons, of Plymouth, and Wright of 
Middlesex, of the Senate. Messrs. Howe' of 
Clinton, Holton, of Northfield. Sheldon ' of 
Wrentham, Hill, of Boston, and Waterman 
of Scituate, of the House. 

Towns — Mensrs. Torrey, of Worcester 
and Woodwell, of Essex, of the Senate' 
Messrs. Quigley, of Southampton, Going of 
Boston, Fiske, of Weston, Slocum, of Graf- 
ton, and Durgln, of West Newbury, of the 
House. 
Hoosac Tunnel and Troy and Oreenfield 



WmTu ;;7^^''"\.-"^°*'"'°"' °f Suffolk, 
vJitr of Hampshire, and Sheldon, of 
t ranklin yz/ie Senate. Messrs Kimball, of 
7?w*S°'. ^'S'"inan. of Reading, Hoyt, of 
Athol, Ayers, of Charlesto^m, Poor, of An- 
dover, MerrUt, of Springfield, Granger, of 
Boston, and Donnell, of Chelsea, of the 



JOINT SPECIAL COMMITTEES. 



XWr faw- Messrs. Coe, of Bristol, 
Wallace, of Middlesex, and Noble, of Hnrnp- 
den, of the Senate. Messrs. Han.son, of Pea- 
body, Arnold, of Northampton, slone, of 
rempleton, Rogerson, of Norton, Bradley, 
of Kockport Faxon, of Quincy, Siblev, of 
HousT' O'tlonnor, of Boston, of the. 

S'<^1' Police— MesfTB. Parsons, of Ply. 

Sii.' ^'l^^"^ ^'^^^''' ""^l Boardman, of 
Suffolk, of the Senate. Messrs. Bates of 
hastoii, Stanwood of Boston, Cressey of 
Beverly, Torrey, of Worcester, Hull, of Bos- 
ton Marshall, of Tewksbury, Thompson, of 
Abuse ' Murphy, of Lawrence, o/ <Ae 

Woman Suffrage— Mensrs. Pike, of Mid- 
dles x Smith, of Hampden, and Coe, of 
Bristol, of the Senate. Messrs. Towne of 
Fitchburg, Kelley, of Abington, Sturt.vknt, 
of Leicester Gates, of Worcester, Hopkins, 
of Boston, Thayer, of Weymouth Keefe, of 
Chester, and Dresser, of Savoy, of the House. 
Labor Question — Me fsre. Long, of Mid- 
d esex, H«wi^ of Essex, and Fuller, of 
Middlesex, 0/ the Senate. Messrs. McDuffie , 
«L f^u'^fv' """-'ow. of Abington, Jolm- 
f>i 'k "I HoThston, Taylor, of Somerville, 
Itl^h^^'f*',^ Danvers. Hill, of Stoneham 
Kuight. of North Brookfleld, and Loveriujt 
of Lynn, o/<Ae/rou«e. *' 



Compensation of the Governor, Lieutenant-Governor, Ac. 

The salary of the Governor is $5,000; of the Lieutenant-Governor $1 500 
for the regular session of the Legislature, and SlO 00 per dlv dur'il thP 
snbsequentsessxons of the Council. The pay of the CouSlorTis S and 
$5.00 per day for each days attendance at subsequent sessions. Th. pav of 
Senators and Representatives is $750 for the annual session ^ ' 

ft^^oo ^^f *o^.^.T*^7 ""^ *^^ Commonwealth is $3,500: Treasurer 
$3,500; Auditor, $3,500; Attorney General, $3,500 ; Adjutant GeneAll 

UNITED-STATES' SENATORS FROM MASSACHUSETTS. 



Charles Sumner, of Boston, 
Henry Wilson, of Natick, 



term expires March 3, 1875> 
term expires March 3, 1877' 



REPRBSEWTATIVES TO THE 42d COlvms-se ^^^^ « 

SETTS/ FROM MASSACHU- 



[Terms expire March 3, 1873.] 



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2. 


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3. 


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4. 


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5. 


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11 


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10. 



James Buffinton, 
Oakes Ames, 
Ginery Twichell, 
Samuel Hooper, 
Benjamin F. Butler, 
Nathaniel P. Banks, 
George M. Brooks, 
George F. Hoar, 
Alvah Crocker, 
Henry L. Dawes, 



■ of Fall River 

of North Ea-xton 

of Brookline 

of Boston 

of Gloucester 

of Waltham 

of Concord 

of Worcester 

of Fitchburg 

of Pittsfleld; 



Dist. 



COUNCILLOR AND SENATORIAL DISTRICTS. 25 

COUNCILLOR DISTRICTS. 

As established by Chap. 221, Acts of 1866. 



1. — The Island, the Cape, the First Plymouth, and the Second and Third Bristoo 

Senatorial Districts. 

2. — The Second Plymouth, the First Bristol, the Norfolk and Plymouth, and th 

Second and Tliird Norfolk Senatorial Districts. 

3. — The Sixth Suffolk, the First Norfolk, the Third and Fourth Middlesex, and the 

Second Worcester Senatorial Districts. 
4. — The First, Second, Third, Fourth, and Fifth Suffolk Senatorial Districts. 

5. — The five Senatorial Districts in the County of Essex. 

6. — The First, Second, Fifth, Sixth, and Seventh Middlesex Senatorial Districts. 

". — The First, Third, Fourth, and Fifth Worcester, and the Franklin Senatorial 
Districts. 

S. — The Hampshire, the First and Second Hampden, the Berkshire, and the Berk- 
shire and Hampshire Senatorial Districts. 

SENATORIAL DISTRICTS, 

As established by Chap. 120, Acts o/'1866, loith the number of legal voters in each district. 

[Whole number of legal voters in the State on the 1st of May, 1865, 246,282. Average 
ratio for each district in the State, 6,157.] 

Suffolk County — Six Senators. [Average ratio, 6,133.] 

First District. — Chelsea, * North Chelsea, Winthrop, and Ward No. 1, Boston. Legal 

voters, 6,360. 
Second District. — Wards Nos. 2, 3, and 6, Boston. Legal voters, 8,795. 
Third District. — Wards Nos. 4 and 5, Boston. Legal voters, 6,195. 
Fourth District. — Wards Nos. 8 and 9. Boston. Legal voters, 5,137. 
Fifth District. — Wards Nos. 10 and 11. Boston. Legal voters, 5,109. 
Sixth District. — Wards Nos. 7 and 12, Boston. Legal voters, 5,224. 

Essex County — Five Senators. [Average ratio, 6,616.J 

First District. — Lynn, Lynnfieid, Marblehead, Nahant, Saugus, and Swarapscott. 

Legal voters, 6,855. 
Second District. — Danvers, Hamilton, Middleton, Salem, f South Danvers, Topsfield, 

and Wenham. Legal voters, 6,215. 
Third District. — Andover, Boxford, Haverhill, Lawrence, Methuen, and North Ando- 

ver. Legal voters, 7,111. 
Fourth District. — Amesbury, Bradford, Georgetown, Groveland, Newbury, Newbury- 

port, Salisbury, and West Newbury. Legal voters, 6,267. 
Fifth District. — Beverly, Essex, Gloucester, Ipswich, Manchester, Rockport, and: 

Rowley. Legal voters, 6,624. 

Middlesex County. — Seven Senators. [Average ratio, 5,991.] 

First District. — Charlestown. Legal voters, 5,596. 

Second District. — Belmont, JIalden, Medford, Somerville, Waltham, Watertown, and: 

t West Cambridge. Legal voters, 6,462. 
Third District. — Cambridge and Brighton. Legal voters, 5,810. 
Fourth District. — Ashland, Frumingham, Holliston. Hopkinton, Natick, Newton, Sher- 

born, Wayland, and Weston. Legal voters, 6,259. 
Fifth District. — Acton, Ashby. Boxborough, Carlisle, Concord, Dunstable, Groton, 

Hudson, Lincoln, Littleton, Marlborough, Pepperell, Shirley, Stow, Sudbury, 

Townsend, Tyngsborough, and Westford. Legal voters, 5,828. 
Sixth District. — Bedford, Billerica, Burlington, Lexington, Melrose, North Reading, 

Keading, §South Reading, Stoneham, Tewksbury, Wilmington, Winchester, and 

Woburri. Legal voters, 6,014. 
Seventh District. — Chelmsford, Dracut, and Lowell. Legal voters, 5,967. 

Worcester County— Five Senators. [Average ratio, 0,45l.] 

First District. — Worcester. Legal voters, 5,880. 

Second District. — Blackstone, Douglas, Grafton, Mendon, Milford, NorthborougH, 
Northbridwe, Shrewsbury, Southborough, Upton, Uxbridge, and Westborough. Legal 
voters, 6,883. 

Third Dist rict. — Auburn, Brookfield, Charlton, Dudley, Leicester, Millbury, Oxford, 
Southbridge, Spencer, Sturbridge, Sutton, Warren, VVebster, and West Brookfield. 
Legal voters, 6,535. 

Fourth District. — Athol, Barre, Dana, Gardner, Hardwick, Holden, Hubbardston, 
New Braintree, North Brookfield, Oakham, Paxton, Petersham, Phillipston, Royals- 
ton, Rutland, Templeton, and Winchendon. Legal voters, 6,383. 

* Changed to Revere. 1871. X Changed to Arlington, April ."iO, 1867. 

t Changed to Peabody, 1308. § Changed to Wakelield, June 30, 186S, 

3 



26 MASSACHUSETTS DIBECTORT. 

Fifth District. — Ashburnham, Berlin, Bolton, Boylston, Clinton, Fitchburg, Harvard, 
Lancaster, Leominister, Lunenburg, Princeton, Sterling, West Boylston, and West- 
minster. Legal voters, 6,574. 

Hampden County —Two Senators. [Average ratio, 0,165.] 

First District. — Brimfield, Holland, Monson, Palmer, Springfield, Wales, and Wilbra- 
ham. Legal voters, 6,306. 

Second District. — Agawam, Blandford, Chester, Chicopee, Granville, Holyoke, Long- 
meadow, Ludlow, Montgomery, Russell, Southwick, Tolland, Westfield, and West 
Springfield. Legal voters, 6,024. 

Hampshire County— One Senator. [Average ratio, 6,347.] 

Hampshire District. — Amherst, Belchertown, Easthampton, Enfield, Granby, Green- 
wich, Hadley, Hatfield, Northampton, Pelham, Prescott, South Hadley, South- 
ampton, Ware, Westhampton, and Williamsburg. Legal voters, 6,347. 

Berkshire and Hampshire Counties — One Senator. [Average ratio, 6,149.] 

Berkshire and Hampshire Districts. — Alford, Becket, Egremont, Great Barrington, 
Lee, Lenox, Monterey, Mount Washington, New Marlborough, Otis, Sandisfield. 
Goshen, Huntington, Middlefield, Plainfield, and Worthington. Legal voters, 
6,149. 

Berkshire and Franklin Counties — One Senator. [Average ratio, 6,oi3.] 

Berhshire District. — Adams, Cheshire, Clarksbury, Dalton, Florida, Hancock, Hins- 
dale, Lanesborough, New Ashford, Peru, Pittsfield, Richmond, Savoy, Washing- 
ton, Williamstown, Windsor, Hawley, and Monroe. Legal voters, 6,013. 

Franklin County — One Senator. [Average ratio ,6,987.] 

Franklin District. — Ashfield, Bernardston, Buckland, Charlemont, Coleraine, Conway, 
Deerfield, Erving, Gill, Greenfield, Heath, Leverett, Leyden, Montague, New 
Salem, Northfield, Orange, Rowe, Shelburne, Shutesbruy, Sunderland, Warwick, 
Wendell, and Whately. Legal voters, 6,987. 

Norfolk County— Three Senators. [Average ratio, 6,134.] 

First District. — Brookline, * Roxbury, and West Roxbury. Legal voters, 6,235. 
Second District. — Canton, Dedham, t Dorchester, Pover, Milton, Needham, and 

Quincy. Legal voters, 6,094. 
Third District. — Bellingham, Foxborough, Franklin, Medfield, Medway, Randolph, 

Sharon, Stoughton, Walpole, and Wrentham. Legal voters, 6,084. 

Bristol County — Three Senators. [Average ratio, 6,192.] 

First District. — Attleborough, Easton, Mansfield, Norton, Raynham, and Taunton. 
Legal voters, 6,058. 

Second District. — Acushnet, Dartmouth, Fairhaven, and New Bedford. Legal voters. 
6,272. 

Third Distinct. — Berkley, Dighton, Fall River, Freetown, Rehoboth, Seekonk, Somer- 
set, Swanzey, and Westport. Legal voters, 8,246. 

Plymouth County — Two Senators. [Average ratio, 5,925.] 

First District. — Carver, Duxbury, Kingston, Lakeville, Marion, Mattapoisett, Mid- 
dleborough, Plymouth, Plympton, Rochester, and Wareham. Legal voters, 5,973. 

Second District. — Abington, Bridgewater, East Bridgewater, Halifax^ Hanson, North 
Bridgewater, Pembroke, and West Bridgewater. Legal voters, 5,878. 

Norfolk and Plymouth Counties — One Senator. [Average ratio, 5,904.] 

Norfolk and Plymouth District. — Cohasset, Hanover, Hingham, Hull, Marshfield, 
Scituate, South Scituate, Braintree, and Weymouth. Legal voters, 5,904. 

Barnstable, Dukes, and Nantucket Counties— Two Senators. 

[Average ratio, 5.123.] 

Island District. — Barnstable, Gay Head, Falmouth, Marshpee, Sandwich, Chilmark, 
Edgartown, Gosnold, Tisbury, and Nantucket. Legal voters, 4,562. 

Cape District. — Brewster, Chatham, Dennis, Eastham, Harwich, Orleans, Province- 
town, Truro, Welfleet, and Yarmouth. Legal voters, 5,684. 

* Annexed to Boston, January, 1868. t Annexed to Boston, January, 1870. 



REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICTS. 



27 



HEPRESENTATIVE DISTRICTS, 

As established by the County Commissioners of the several Counties other than Suf- 
folk, and the Mayor and A.ldermcn o( the City of Boston, for the County of Suffolk, 
pursuant to the 21st Art. of Amendments of the Constitution and Chap. 103 of the 
Acts of 1866; with the number of Legal voters in each District (according to the 
census of 1865), and the number of Representatives to which said districts are re- 
spectively entitled. Number of Representatives, 240. ^'^ -^ 
Represenative, 1,026. 



Number of voters to eact 



Suffolk County 

Dist. 

1. Boston 1st Ward, 

2. Boston 2d Ward. 

3. Boston 3d Ward. 

4. Boston 4th Ward. 
6. Boston 5 th Ward. 

6. Boston 6th Ward. 

7. Boston 7th Ward. 

8. Boston 8th Ward. 

9. Boston 9th Ward. 

10. Boston 10th Ward. 

11. Boston 11th Ward. 

12. Boston 12th Ward. 

13. Chelsea, North Chelsea, ) 

Winthrop. ) 



Total, 
Eissex County. 

1. Salisbury, Amesbury, J 

West Newbury. ) 

2. Haverhill, Bradford. 
8. Lawrence, Methuen. 
4. Andover, North Andover. 
6. Georgetown, Grove- / 

land, Boxford. J 

Newburyport, Newbury. 
Ipswich, Rowley. 
Gloucester, Essex. 
Rockport. 
Beverly, Manchester, ) 

Hamilton. J 

Danvers, Wenham. 
South Danvers. 
Salem 1st Ward, 2d ( 

Ward, 3d Ward. ( 

Salem 4th Ward, 6th Ward 
Marblehead, Salem 5th ) 

Ward. j 

16. Lynn 4th Ward, Nahant. 

17. Lynn 2d Ward, 5th Ward. 

18. Lynn 3d Ward, Swampscott. 1,133 

19. Lynn 1st Ward, 6th 
Ward, 7th Ward. 

Saugus, Lynnfield, 
Middleton, Topsfield. 



6. 



20, 



Voters. Rep. 


3,530 


3 


3,085 


3 


3,050 


3 


3,076 


3 


8,119 


3 


2,660 


3 


2,857 


3 


2,877 


3 


2,260 


2 


2,546 


2 


2,563 


3 


2,367 


2 


2,830 


3 


36,820 


36 


2,116 


2 


2,802 


3 


3,247 


3 


1,240 


1 


994 


1 


2,979 


3 


1,002 


1 


2,902 


3 


915 


1 


1,992 


2 


1,092 
961 


1 
1 



2,035 

1,036 

2,105 

1,079 
1,220 



1,146 
1,076 



Total, 33,072 32 
Middlesex County. 

1. Charlestown 1st Ward. 

2. Charlestown 2d Ward. 

3. Charlestown 3d Ward, 

4. Somerville, Maiden. 
6. Medford. 

6. West Cambridge, Win- 

chester. 

7. Cambridge 1st Ward, 

6th Ward. 

8. Cambridge 2d Ward, 

4th Ward. 

9. Cambridge 3d Ward. 

10. Newton, Brighton. 

11. Watertown, Belmont. 

12. Waltham. 

13. Natick. 

14. Holiiston, Sherborn, 



1,421 

2,015 
2,160 
3,020 
1,031 

822 
1,247 

2,661 

1,244 
2,249 

908 
1,032 
1,099 

939 



15. Hopkinton, Ashland. 

16. Framingham. 

17. Marlborough. 

18. Hudson, Stow, Box- I 

borough, Littleton. ) 

19. Acton, Sudbury, Wayland. 

20. Concord, Lincoln, Weston. 

21. Lexington, Bedford, ) 

Burlington, Carlisle. ) 

22. Woburn. 

23. Stoneham, South Read- ) 

ing, Melrose. j 

24. Reading, North Read- ) 

ing, Wilmington. J 

25. Chelmsford, Billerica, I 
Tewksburv. } 

Lowell 1st Ward, 2d 
Ward, 6th Ward. ( 

Lowell 3d Ward. 

Lowell 4th Ward. 

Lowell 5th Ward. 

Dracut,Tyngsborough, I 
Dunstable, Westford. | 

31. Groton, Pepperell. 

32. Townsend, Ashby, Shirley. 



26 



27. 
28. 
29. 
30. 



1,187 

88- 
849 

904 

986 
910 

803 

1,385 

1,947 

1,012 

1,054 

2,072 

S36 
1,174 

1,068 



998 
1,029 



1. Ashburnham, Winchendon 

2. Royalston, Athol. 

3. Gardner, Templeton. 

4. Petersham, Dana, Phil- 

lipston, Hubbards- 
ton, Barre, Hard- 
wick, New Braintree. j 

5. Westminster, Fitch- \ 

burg, Lunenburg, > 
Leominster. ) 

6. Lancaster, Bolton, Harvard. 

7. Clinton, Berlin, North- | 

boi'o'. J 

8. Sterling, West Boyl- ) 

ston, Boylston, J 

9. Rutland, Holden, / 

Princeton, Oakham. J 

10. Worcester 1st Ward, 2d i 

Ward, 3d Ward, 8th } 
Ward, Paxton. 

11. Worcester 4th Ward, 

5th Ward, 6th Ward 
7th Ward. 

12. Grafton, Shrewsbury, 

13. Westborough, Southborough, 

14. Northbridge, Upton. 

15. Milford, Mendon, \ 

Blackstone, Ux- > 

bridge. ) 

16. Douglas, Webster, ) 

Dudley, Oxford, V 

Sutton, Millbury. ) 

17. Auburn, Leicester, j 

Spencer, Charlton, > 
Southbridge. ) 

Sturbridge, Brookfield, ) 
North Brookfield, W. > 



1,119 
1,031 
1,114 



3,034 



1,058 
1,020 



'•I 



3,053 

1,104 
882 
993 



18 



Total, 41,935 41 
Worcester County. 



2,152 2 



2,983 3 



3,180 3 



3,164 



Brookfield, Warren. 



2,127 



2,157 



Total, 31,780 31 



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MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 



Hampshire County. 

Easthampton, Hunting- ] 
ton, Northampton, ! 
Southampton, West- ( 
hampton. j 

Chesterfield, Gumming- ] 
ton, Goshen, Middle- [ 
field, Plainfield, Wor- 



thington. J 

Hadley, Hatfield, Wil- / 

liamsburg. j 
Amherst, So. Hadley. 

Belchertown, Granby, } 

Pelham. ' ji 

Enfield, Greenwich, / 

Frescott, Ware. ( 



2,318 

1,086 

1,092 
1,090 
1,022 

1,060 



Total, 7, 
Hampden County. 

Monson, Brimfield, Hoi- ) 



( 



land, Wales. 
Palmer, Wilbraham. 
Springfield 1st Ward, | 

2d Ward, 3d Ward. ( 
Springfield 4th Ward, / 

6th Ward. j 

Springfield 5th Ward, / 

7th Ward, 8th Ward, j 
Holyoke, Chicopee, Ludlow. 
Granville, Southwick, \ 

Agawam, W. Spring- V 

field, Longmeadow. ) 
Westfield. 
Chester, Blandford, \ 

Montgomery, Rus- 5- 

sell, Tolland. ) 



Total, 12,330 
Franklin County. 

Warwick, Orange, New ) 

Salem. J 

Montague, Sunderland, l 

Leverett, Shutes- > 

bury, Wendell. ) 

Greenfield, Coleraiiie, ] 

Leyden, Bernardston, ! 

Gill, Northfield, Er- f 

ving. J 

Deerfield, Shelburne, 1 

Whately, Conway, j. 2,059 

Ashfield, Hawley. ) 
Bucklaiid, Charlemont, / „ 

Heath, Ko\ve,Munroe| ^'^ 



1,008 



1,071 



2,098 



Total, 7,117 
Berkshire County. 

Hancock, Lanesbnro', ) 
New Ashford, Wil- 
liamstown. 

Adams, Cheshire, 
Clarksburg, Florida, 
Savoy. 

Dalton, Pittsfield, Rich- 
mond. 

Becket, Hinsdale, Peru, 
Washington, Wiiid- 



2,243 



1,923 



sor. 
Lenox, Stockbridge, 

West Stockbridge. 
Lee, Montery, Otis, 

Tyringham. 
Alford, P^gremont, Gt. 

Barrington, Mount 

Washington. 
New Marlborough, San- 

disfield, Sheffield. 



902 



1,003 
1,318 



1,111 



1,095 



1,102 1 

966 1 

2,099 2 

858 1 

1,281 1 

2,105 2 

1,676 2 

1,326 1 

917 1 



12 



971 1 



Total, 10,566 10 



Norfolk County. 

1. Dedham. 

2. West Roxbury. 

3. Roxburv 2d Ward, 3d ) 

Ward', 4th Ward, 5th [ 
Ward. ) 

4. Roxbury 1st Ward. 

5. Dorchester. 

6. Quincy. 

7. Braintree. 

8. Weymouth. 

9. Randolph. 

10. Stoughton. 

11. Canton, Milton, Wal- ) 

pole, Sharon. j 

12. Foxborough, Wren- | 

tham, Medway. ) 

13. Franklin, Bellingham. 

14. Needham, Medfield, Dover. 

15. Brookline. 



1,268 1 
991 1 

3,485 3 



Bristol County. 

1. Attleborough. 

2. Mansfield, Norton. 

3. Easton, Raynham. 

4. Taunton. 

5. Seekonk, Rehoboth, ) 

Dighton, Berkley. J 

6. Somerset, Swansea, / 

Freetown. \ 

7. Fall River. 

8. Westport. 

9. Dartmouth. 

0. New Bedford 1st Ward, / 
2d Ward, 3d Ward. | 
New Bedford 4th Ward, / 
5th Ward, 6th Ward. \ 
12. Fairhaven, Acushnet. 



1,112 

873 

987 

3,086 

1,215 



11 



Plymouth County 

1. Cohasset, Scituate. 

2. Hingham, Hull. 

3. South Scituate, Hano- j 

ver, Hanson. j 

4. Marshfleld, Pembroke, / 

Halifax. ) 

5. Duxbury, Kingston. 

6. Plymouth, Carver, ) 

Plympton. ( 

7. Wareham, Marion. 

8. Mattapoisett, Roches- / 

ter, Lakeville. ] 

9. Middleborough. 

10. Bridgewater, West } 

Bridgewater. ji 

11. East Bridgewater, No. } 

Bridgewater. , f 

12. Ablngton. 



Total, 14,643 
Barnstable County. 

1. Barnstable, Sandwich, / „ oqq 

Falmouth, Yarmouth. \ '^''^'^^ 

2. Dennis, Harwich, Brewster. 2,013 

3. Chatham, Orleans. 1,075 

4. Eastham,Wellfleet,Tru- 1 „ „„„ 

ro, Provincetown. ] '^'""'' 



1,860 
1,276 
777 
1,843 
1,261 
1,020 

1,812 2 

2,007 2 

819 1 
855 1 
761 1 



Total, 21,525 21 



1.055 1 



3,207 
769 
777 


3 
1 
1 


2,463 


2 


2,082 


2 


950 


1 


18,576 


18 


1,064 
931 


1 

1 


1,166 


1 


1,029 


1 


985 


1 


2,034 


2 


855 


1 


987 


1 


1,112 


1 


1,019 


1 


2,120 


2 


1,833 


2 



15 



Total, 8,334 8 
Dukes County. 
1. Edgartown, Tisbury, | 

Chilmark, Gosnold. ) ^•'^"'^ * 

Nantucket County. 
1. Nantucket. 809 1 



CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS. 



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CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS, 



AS ESTABLISIIRD BY CHAT. 220 OF THE AOJS OF 18f)2. 



District 1. 

The several towns in the counties of 
Barnstable, Dukes, and Nantucket, to- 
gether with the cities of New Bedford 
and Fall River, and the towns of Acush- 
net, Dartmouth, Fairhaven, Freetown, and 
Westport, in the county of Bristol; and 
the towns of Carver, Duxbury, Halifax, 
Kingston, Lakeville, Marion, Mattapoisett, 
Middleborough, Pembroke, Plymouth, 
Plympton, Rochester, and Wareham, in 
the county of Plymouth. 

District 2. 

The towns of Attleborough, Berkley, 
Dighton, Easton, Mansfield, Norton, Rayn- 
ham, Rehoboth, Seekonk, Somerset, Swan- 
zev, and the city of Taunton, in the county 
of Bristol; and the towns of Abington, 
Bridgewater, East Bridgewater, Hingham, 
Hanover, Hanson, Hull, Marshfield, Scilu- 
ate. South Scituate, North Bridgewater, 
and West Bridgewater, in the county of 
Plymouth; and the towns of Braintree, 
Canton, Cohasset, a Dorchester, Milton, 
Quincy, Randolph, Sharon, Stoughton, 
and Weymouth, in the county of Norfolk. 

District 3. 

The b city of Roxbury and the town of 
Brookline, in the county of Norfolk; and 
the territory comprised in the wards num- 
bered five, seven, eight, ten, eleven, and 
twelve, in the city of Boston, in the Coun- 
ty of Suffolk. 

District 4. 

The ten-itory comprised in the wards 
numbered one, two, three, four, six, and 
nine, in the city of Boston, the city of 
Chelsea, and thetowns of c North Chelsea 
and Winthrop, in the County of Suffolk; 
and the city of Cambridge, in the county 
of Middlesex. 



District 5. 

The cities of Lynn, Newburyport, and 
Salem, and the towns of Amesbury, Bev- 
erly, Danvers, Essex, Georgetown, Glou- 
cester, Groveland, Hamilton, Ipswich, 
Lynnfield, Manchester, Marblehead, Mid- 
dleton, Nihant, Newbury, Rockport, Row- 
ley, Salisbury, d South Danvers, Swamp- 
scolt, Topsfield, Wenham, and West New- 
bury, in the county of Essex. 

a Annexed to Boston. 
b Annexed to Boston, 
c Changed to Kevere. 
d Changed to Pcabody. 



District 6. 

The city of Lawrence, and the town? 
of Andover, Boxford, Bradford, Haverhill, 
Methuen, North Andover, and Saugus, in 
the coutity of Essex; and the city of 
Charlestown^ and the towns of Belmont, 
Billerica, Burlington, Lexington, Maiden 
Medford, Melrose, Nortli Reading. Reading, 
Somerville, e South Reading, Stoneham, 
Tewksbury, Waltham, / West Cambridge, 
Wilmington, Winchester, and Woburn, in 
the cou'.ty of Jliddlesex. 

District 7. 
Tiie city of Lowell, and the towns of 
Acton, Ashby, Ashland, Bedford, Box- 
borough, Brighton, Carlisle, Chelmsford, 
Concord, Dracut, Dunstable, Fraiiiingham, 
Groton, Holliston, Hopkinton, Lincohi, 
Littleton, Marlborough, Natick, Newton, 
Pepperell, Sherborn, Shirley, Stow. Sud- 
burj', Townsend, Tyngsborough, Water- 
town, W.ayland, Westford, and Weston, in 
the county of Middlesex; and the towns 
of Dedham, Dover, Jledfield, Needham, 
and West Roxbury, in the county of Nor- 
folk. 

District 8. 
The city of Worcester, and the town?, 
of Auburn, Blackstone, Boylston, Brook- 
field, Charlton, Douglas, Dudley, Grafton, 
Holden, Leicester, Mendon, Miiford, Mill- 
bury, New Braintree, Northborough, 
Northbridge, North Brookfield, Oakham, 
Oxford, Paxton, Rutland, Shrewsbury, 
Southborough, Southbridge, Spencer, Stur- 
bridge, Sutton, Upton, Uxbridge, Warren, 
Webster, Westborough, West Boylston. 
and West Brookfield, in tlie county of 
Worcester; and the toxvns of Bellingliam, 
Foxoorough, Franklin, Medway, Walpole, 
and Wrentham, in the county of Norfolk. 

District 9. 
Tlie several towns in the counties of 
Hampshire and Franklin, and the towns 
of Ashburnhara, Athol, Barre, Berlin, Bol- 
ton, Clinton, Dana, Fitchburg, Gardner, 
Hardwick, Harvard, Hubbardston, Lan- 
caster, Leominster, Lunenburg, Peters 
ham, PhiUipston, Princeton, Royalston, 
Sterling, Templelon, Westminster, and 
Winchendon, in the county of Worcester. 

District 10. 

The city of Springfield, and the several 
towns in Hampden county, together with 
the several towns in Berkshire county. 

e Changed to Wakefield. 
/ Changed to Arlington. 



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JUDICIAEY OF MASSACHUSETTS. 



UIOTrED STATES COURTS. 

U. S. Court House, 140 Tremont St. 
Boston. 

Nathan Clifford, Associate Justice U. 

S. Supreme Court. 
Geo. F. Shepley, Judge of U. S. Cir- 
cuit Court. 
John Lowell, District Judge. 
David H. Mason, District Attorney. 
Francis W. Hurd, E. P. Nettleton, 

Frederick Dabney, Asst. Dis. Attor- 

nies. 
Roland G. Usher, Marshal. 
Samuel W. Rirhardson, D. G. Long, 

H. D. Se\mour, of Boston, and 

Wm. S. Cobb of New Bedford, 

Deputy Marshals. 
John G. Stetson, Clerk Circuit Court. 
Edward Dexter, Clerk District Court. 

Comissioners of the Circuit Court 
of the United States, lor the first 
Circuit, and District of Massachu- 
setts : Chas. Levi Woodbury, Elias 
Merwin, Charles P. Curtis, Caleb 
Wni. Loring, Wm. S. Dexter, Henry 
L. Hallett, Charles W. Tuttle, Chas. 
Demond, Winslow Warren, Jr., Ed- 
win H. Abbott, and Fisher Ames, of 
Boston ; William L. Smith, of Spring- 
field ; George Marston and Chas. W. 
Clifford, of New Bedford; Wen- 
deli T. Davis, of Greenfield ; J. Hen- 
ry Hill, of Worcester ; Wm. How- 
land, of Lynn ; and Edgar M. Wood, 
ofPittsfield. 

Circuit Courts, holden at Boston, 
15th of May and 15th of October, in 
each year. 

District Courts, holden at Boston, 
3d Tuesday in March ; 4th Tuesday 
in June ; 2d Tuesday in Sept. ; and 
1st Tuesday in Dec ; and Special 
Courts are holden usually on each 
Friday, and on other days at the dis- 
cretion of the Judge. 

SUPREME JUDICIAL COURT. 

County Court House, Court Srjuare, 

Boston. 
Reuben A. Chapman, Monson, Chief 

Justice. 
Horace Gray, Jr., Boston, "1 > 
John Wiills, Chicopee, .^^' 

James D. Colt, Pittsfield, \ j^^J^ 
Setb Ames, Boston, j 

Marcus Morton, Andover, J 



Salary of the Chief Justice, $5,500 

and of each Associate, $5,000. 
Charles R. Train, Boston, Attorney 

General. Salary, $2,500, and 

$1,000 Clerk hire. 
George C. Wilde, Boston, Clerk for 

the Commonwealth. 
Geo. W. Nichols, Boston, Asst. Clerk. 
Albert G. Browne, Jr., Boston, Re- 

porter. 

LAW TERMS. 

At Boston, 1st Wed. Jan. of each 
year, which term may be adjourned 
from time to time to such places and 
times as may be most conductive to 
the dispatch of business and the 
interest of the public ; and all ques- 
tions of law, whether arising upon 
appeal, exception, or otherwise, and 
from whichever court, shall be therein 
entered and determined, if the same 
arise in either of the following coun- 
ties: Suffolk, Middlesex, Norfolk, Bris- 
tol, Barnstable, Dukes, or Nantucket. 

For Berkshire County, at Pittsfield, 
2d Tues. Sept. 

For Bristol County, at Taunton, 
4th Tues. Oct. 

For the Counties of Hampshire and 
Franklin, at Greenfield, Mon. af 2d 
Tues. Sept. 

For Hampden County, at Spring- 
field, 3d Mon. af 1st Tu. of Sept. 

For Plymouth County, at Ply- 
mouth, 3d Tues. Oct. 

For Worcester County, at Worces- 
ter, 4th Tu. after 1st Tu. of Sept. 

For Essex County, at Salem, 1st 
Tues. of Nov. 

TERMS FOR THE TRIAL OF JURT 
CASES. 

For the Counties of Barnstable and 
Dukes, at Barnstable, 1st Tu. May. 

Berkshire Co., at Pittsfield, 2d Tu. 
May. 

Bristol Co., at Taunton, 3d Tues. 
Ap. ; at New Bedford, 2d Tues. 
Nov. 

Essex Co., at Salem, 3d Tues. Ap., 
and 1st Tues. Nov. 

Franklin Co., at Greenfield, 2d 
Tues. April. 

Hampden Co., at Springfield, 4th 
Tues. April. 

Hampshire Co., at Northampton, 
3d Tues. April. 



JUDICIARY OP MASSACHUSETTS. 



31 



Middlesex Co., at Lowell, 3d Tues. 
April ; and Cambridge, 3d Tues. Oct. 

Nantucket Co., at Nantucket, 1st 
Tues. July. 

Norfolk Co., at Dedham, 3d Tues. 
Feb. 

Plymouth Co., at Plymouth, 2d 
Tues. May. 

Suffolk Co., at Boston, 1st Tues. of 
April, and 2d Tues. of Sept. 

Worcester Co., at Worcester, 2d 
Tues. April. 

SUPERIOR COURT. 

Lincoln F. Brigham, Salem, Chief 
Justice. Sal. $4,440. 

Julius Rockwell, Pittsfield; Otis 
P. Lord, Salem; Francis H. Dewey, 
Worcester; Ezra Wilkinson, Wren- 
tham ; John P. Putman, Boston ; 
Charles Devens, Jr., Worcester; 
Henry A. Scudder, Boston ; Robert 
C. Pitman, New Bedford; John W. 
Bacon, Natick, Associate Justices. 
Salary, $4,200 each. 

Jos. A. Willard, Boston, Clerk. 

Edwin A. Wadleigh, Boston, Asst. 
Clerk. 

Henry Homer, Clerk (Criminal 
Business). 

TERMS OF THE COURT. 

Barnstable Co., at Barnstable, on 
Tues. next after 1st Mon. April, and 
2d Tues. Oct. 

Berkshire Co., at Pittsfield, 4th 
Mon. Feb., June, and Oct. (Civil), 
2d Mon. Jan. and July (Criminal). 

Bristol Co., at Taunton, 2d Mon. 
March and Sept. ; at New Bedford, 
2d Mon. June and Dec. 

Dukes Co., at Edgartown, on last 
Mon. May and Sept. 

Essex Co., at Salem, 1st Mon. June 
and Dec. (Civil), 4th Mon. Jan. 
(Criminal); at Lawrence, 1st Mon. 
March (Civil), 1st Mon. Oct. (Crimi- 
nal) ; at Newburyport, 1st Mon. Sept. 
(Civil), 2d Mon. May (Criminal). 

Franklin Co., at Greenfield, 3d 
Mon. March and 2d Mon. Aug. and 
Nov. 

Hampden Co., at Springfield, 2d 
Mon. March and June, and 4th Mon. 
Oct. (Civil), 3d Mon. May and 1st 
Mon Dec. (Criminal). 

Hampshire Co., at Northampton, 
3d Mon. Feb., 1st Mon. June, 3d 
Mon. Oct. (Civil) ; 2d Mon. June, 
and 3d Mon. Dec. (Criminal). 

Middlesex Co., at Lowell, 2d Mon. 
Mar. and 1st Mon. Sept. (Civil), 
and 3d Mon. Oct. (Criminal) ; at 
Cambridge, 1st Mon. June, 2d Mon. 
Dec. (Civil), and 2d Mon. Feb. and 
4th Mon. June (Criminal). 



Nantucket Co., at Nantucket, 1st 
Mon. June and Oct. 

Norfolk Co., at Dedham, 4tli Mon. 
Apr., Sept., and Dec. (Civil), 1st 
Mon. Apr., Sept., and Dec. (Crimi 
nal). 

Plymouth Co., at Plymouth, 2d 
Mon. Feb. and June, and 4th Mon. 
Oct. 

Suffolk Co., at Boston, 1st Tues. 
Jan., Apr., July, and Oct. (Civil), 
and 1st Mon. every month (Ciimi- 
nal). 

Worcester Co., at Worcester, 1st 
Mon. March, Mon. next af. 4th Mon. 
Aug. and 2d Mon. Dec. (Civil), 3d 
Mon. Jan., 2d Mon. May, and 3d 
Mon. Oct. (Criminal) ; at Fitchburg, 
2d Mon. June and Nov. (Civil), and 
2d Mon. Aug. (Criminal). 

DISTRICT ATTORNEYS. 

[Elected by the several districts for 
terms of three years, ending January, 
1875.] 

Northern District. — Middlesex Co., 
John B. Goodrich of Newton. 

Eastern District. — Essex County, 
Edgar J. Sherman, of Lawrence. 

Southern District. — Bristol, Barn- 
stable, Dukes, and Nantucket Coun- 
ties, George Marston, of Barnstable. 

South-Eastern District. — Norfolk 
and Plymouth Counties, Asa French, 
of Brain tree. 

Middle District. — Worcester Coun- 
ty, Wm. W. Rice, of Worcester. 

Western District. — Hampden and 
Berkshire Counties, George M. 
Stearns, of Chicopee. 

North- Western District. — Hamp- 
shire and Franklin Counties, Wm. B. 
S. Hopkins, of Greenfield. 

Suffolk County. — J. Wilder May, 
of Boston. Horace R. Cheney, of 
Boston (appointed by Governor and 
Council), Assistant Attorney. 

DISTRICT COURTS. 

DISTRICT COURT OF CENTRAL BERK- 
SHIRE. Pittsfield. 

Henry S. Briggs, Standing Justice. 
John Patlock and Lyman Payne, 
Special Justices. Walter B. Smith, 
Clerk. 

DISTRICT COURT OF NORTHERN 

BERKSHIRE. North Adams. 
Jarvis Rockwell, Standing Justice. 
Wm. F. Darley, Special Justice. 
Charles W. Van De Mark, Clerk. 

DISTRICT COURT OF SOUTHERN 

BERKSHIRE. Great Barrington. 
James Bradford, Standing Justice. 



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Rensselaer A. Couoli and James H. 
Rowley, Special Justices. Thomas 
Siggins, Clerk. 

FIRST DISTRICT COURT OF SOUTH- 
ERN WORCESTER. Southbridge and 
Webster. 
Clark Jillson, Standing Justice. 

Frederick W. Botham and William 

H. Davis, Special Justices. 

MUNICIPAL COURTS. 

MUNICIPAL COURT OF BOSTON. 

Mellen Chamberlain, Chief Justice. 
Joseph M. Churchill and Wm. E. Par- 
menter, Associate Justices. John C. 
Leighton, Clerk, criminal business. 
Wm. T. Connolly, Clerk, civil busi- 
ness. 

MUNICIPAL COURT OF THE SOUTH- 
ERN DISTRICT OF BOSTON. 

Peter S. Wheelock, Justice. Ira 
Allen and Solomon A. Bolster, 
Special Justices. Alfred Williams, 
Clerk. 

MUNICIPAL COURT OF TAUNTON- 

William Henry Fox, Prin. Justice. 
William E. Fuller, Associate Justice. 
James P. Ellis, Clerk. 

MUNICIPAL COURT OF WORCESTER. 

Hartley Williams, Standing Justice. 
.T. A. Titus, and Samuel Utley, 
Specicd Justices. T. S. Johnson, 
Clerk. 

POLICE COURTS. 

POLICE COURT OF CAMBRIDGE. 

John S. Ladd, Standing Justice. 
Henry W. Mussey and John W. 
Hammond, Special Justices. Thomas 
Mclntyre, Jr., Clerk. 

POLICE COURT OF CHARLESTOWN. 

George Washington Warren, Stand- 
ing Justice. John W. Pettingill, 
Special Justice. Daniel Williams, 
Clerk. 

POLICE COURT OF CHELSEA. 

Hamlett Bates, Standing Justice. 
Erastus Rugg, Hosea Ilsley, Special 
Justices. 

POLICE COURT OF CHICOPEE. 
Edwin O. Carter, Standing Justice 
Simon G. Southworth, Special Justice^ 

POLICE COURT OF FALL RIVER. 

Louis Lapham, Standing Justice. 
James Ford, Special Justice. Augus- 
tus B. Leonard, Clerk. 

POLICE COURT OF FITCHBURG. 

Thornton K. Ware, Standing Jus- 
tice. David H. Merriam, Edward P. 



Loring, Special Justices. George W- 
Cann, Clerk. 

POLICE COURT OF GLOUCESTER. 

James Davis, Standing Justice. 
Elbridge G. Friend, Special Justice. 

POLICE COURT OF HAVERHILL. 

Henry Carter, Standing Justice. 
Wm. E. Blunt, Alfi-ed Kittredge, 
Special Justices. Joseph K. Jenness, 
Clerk. 

POLICE COURT OF HOLYOKE. 
Joseph P. Buckland, Standiny Jus- 
tice. Porter Underwood, William B. 
C. Pearson, Special Justices. 

POLICE COURT OF LAWRENCE. 

Wm. Stevens, Standing Justice. 
Wm. H. P. Wright, E. ^N. Chapin, 
Special Justices. Chas. E. Briggs, 
Clerk. 

POLICE COURT OF LEE. 

Isaac C. Ives, Standing Justice. 
James Bullard, Franklin W. Gibbs, 

Special Justices. 

POLICE COURT OF LOWELL. 

Nathan Crosby, Standing Justice. 
George Stevens, John Davis, Special 
Justices. Samuel P. Hadley, Clerk. 

POLICE COURT OF LYNN. 

James R. Newhall, Standing Jus- 
tice. N. Mortimer Hawkes, Special 
Justice. Henry C. Oliver, Clerk. 

POLICE COURT OF MILFORD. 

Charles A. Dewey, Standing Jus- 
tice. Elias Whitney, James R. Davis, 
Special Justices. 

POLICE COURT OF NEW BEDFORD. 

Alanson Borden, Standing Justice. 
Edmund Anthony, Wm. W. Crapo, 
Special Justices. Francis L. Porter, 
Clerk. 

POLICE COURT OF NEWBURYPORT. 

Wm. E. Currier, Standing Justice. 
John N. Pike, Henry W. Chapman, 
Special Justices. E. F. Bartlett, 
Clerk. 

POLICE COURT OF SALEM. 

Jos. G. Waters, Standing Justice. 
Stephen P. Webb, Joseph B. F. Os- 
good, Special Justices. Samuel P. 
Andrews, Clerk. 

POLICE COURT OF SPRINGFIELD. 

Jas. H. Morton, Standing Justice. 
Chas. A. Winchester, Edward Mor- 
ris, Special Justice. 

POLICE COURT OF WILLI AMSTOWN. 
John R. Buckley, Standing Justice- 
Andrew M. Smith, Henry L. Sabin, 
Special Justices. 



BARNSTABLE COUNTY. 



33 



BARNSTABLE COUNTY. 



Incorporated, June 2, 1685. 
Shire Town, Barxstable. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 



Judge of Probate and Insolvency,. . . 
Register of Probate and Insolvency, 

Clerk of the Courts, 

Register of Deeds, 

County Treasurer, 



Overseers of House of Correction, 
Barnstable, 

Overseers of House of Correction, 

Provincetoivn, ( 

Sherijff, 

Deputy Sheriff's. 
Barnstable, Thomas Harris. 
Breiosler, Joseph McLoud. 
Dennis Port, Isaiah C. Inmaii. 
Falmouth, Isaac S. Lawrence. 
Hanoich Port, Elbridge G. Doane. 
Provincetoivn, Robert Knowles. 
Sand?vick, Ezra T. Pope. 
Well fleet, Reuben C. Sparrow. 
Yarmouth, Charles M. Bray. 

Jailers. 
Barnstable, George II. Whelden. 
Provincetoivn, Joshua Cooit. 

Sessions of Probate Court. 

At Barnstable, 2d Tuesday of Jan., 
Feb., Mar., Aug., Sept., and Dec, 
and 3rd Tuesday of April and June. 

At Brewster, Tues. after 3d Mon. 
of April. 

At Dennis, Thurs. after 2d Tues. 
of Oct. 

At Falmmth, 3rd Tues. of Novem- 
ber. 

At Harwich, 2d Monday after 1st 
Tues. of May, and Mon. after 3d 
Tues. of Oct. 

At Orleans, 3d Tues. of May, and 
4th Tues. of Oct. 

At Provincetoivn, Wednesday after 
3d Tues. of May, and Wednesday 
after 2d Mon. of October. 

At Welljleet, Wednesday after 3rd 
Tues. of May, and Tues. after the 
2d Mon. of Oct. 

County Commissioners. 

E. Stowell AVhittemore, Sandwich, 
Term expires, Dec, 1872. James S. 
Howes, Dennis, Dec. 1873. Elijah E. 
Knowles, Eastham, Dec. 1874. 

Special Commissioners. — Wm. A. 
Atkins, Provincetown, Dec. 1874. 
TuUy Crosby, Brewster, Dec. 1874. 

Times of Meeting. — At Barnstable, 



Joseph M. Day, Barnstable. 

Jonathan Higgins, Orleans. 

James B. Crocker, Yarmouth. 

Frederick Scudder, Barnstable. 

Samuel Higgins, Chatham. 

Josiah Hinckley, Barnstable. 

George A. King, Barnstable. 

Ebenezer Smith, Barnstable. 

James Giffbrd, Provincetoivn. 

Robert Knowles, Provincetown. 

David Bursley, Barnstable. 

I 2d Tuesday of April and 2d Tuesilay 
of Oct. 

Commissioners of Wrecks. 

Barnstable, Thomas Harris, Alvan 
S. Hallett. 

Chatham, Josiah Hardy. 

Dennis (East), David P. Howes. 

Eastham, Abijah Mayo, Elijah E. 
Knowles. 

Hyannis, Alvan S. Hallett. 

North Eastham, Isaiah H. Horton. 

Orleans, George W. Cominir. 

Sandwich, Azariah Wing. 

Truro, Asa Sellew. 

Welljleet, William Cleverly, Isaiah 
Hatch, Robert H. Libby, Thomas 
Holbrook, Mulford Rich, John New- 
comb, Seth Newcomb, jr. 

Commissioners of Insolvency. 

Barnstable, Gorham Hallett. 

Sandwich, H. G. O. Ellis. 

Wellfleet, H. P. Harriman. 
Public Administrator. 

Sandwich, E. Stowell Whittemore. 

Commissioners to Qualify Civil 
Officers. 

Barnstable, Joseph M. Day, Fredk. 
Scudder. 

Brewster, Wm. W. Knowles. 

Dennis, Obed Baker, 2d, Zadoc 
Crowell. 

Dennisport, James Berry. 

Falmouth, Samuel P. Bourne, 
Erasmus Gould, Wm. Nye, jr. 

Harwich, Nathaniel Doane, jr. 
West Harwich, '^ehemiah D. Kelley. 

Orleans, Jonathan Higgins. 

Provincetown, Nathan D. Freeman, 
Jeremiah Stone. 

Sandwich, E. Stowell Whittemore, 
Chas. B. Hall. 

Wellfleet, Simeon Atwood, Thomas 
Holbrook. 

Yarmouthport, James B. Crocker. 



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Justices of the Peace. 

{Including Justices of the Peace and Quorum, desig- 
nated hy tfie star *, and Justices of the Peace and 
Quorum throughout the Commonwealth, designated by 
at.) 

Barnstable, Chas. C. Bearse, Wal- 
ter Chipman, fJosepli M. Day, Jos. 
R. Hall, Alvan S. Hallett, James H. 
Hallett, Thomas Harris, fNathaniel 
Hinckley, Ferdinand G. Kelley, 
*Geo. A. King, Asa E. Lovell, Chas. 
H. Nye, Sylvanus B. Phinney, Fredk. 
Scudder, Nathaniel Sears, John P. 
Washburn, Asa Young. Cotuit Port, 
Andrew Lovell. West Barnstable, 
Frederick Parker. Hyannis, Theo. 

F. Basset. Osterville, Geo. H. Hink- 
ley. 

Brewster, TuUy Crosby, Solomon 
Freeman, Samuel H. Gould. West 
Brewster, Anthony Smalley. 

Chatham, Joshua Bearse, Augustus 
L. Hardy, Samuel Higgins, Josiah 
Mayo, AVarren Rogers, Nathaniel 
Snow, Ephraim Taylor. Chatham 
Port, Isaac Bea. North Chatham, 
Benj. T. Freeman. South Chatham, 
Levi Eldridge. 

Dennis, James S. Howes. Dennis 
Port, Joseph K. Baker, jr., *James 
Berry, Abner L. Ellis, Isaiah L. 
Inman, Shubael B. Howes, Joshua 
Wixon. East Dennis, Seth Crowell, 
Stephen Homer. North Dennis, 
Joshua E. Howes. South Dennis, 
Jona. Bangs, Miller W. Nickerson, 
fMarshall S. Underwood. West Dennis, 
Obed Baker, 2d, Edward E. Crow- 
ell, Nehemiah Crowell, Zadoc Crow- 
ell, Alvin Small. 

Eastham, Myrick Clark, Michael 
Collins, Elijah E. Knowles. 

Falmouth, Samuel P. Bourne, 
Jabez Davis, Erasmus Gould, Isaac 
S. Lawrence, Thos. H. Lawrence, 
Thomas Lewis, jr., Joshua C. Robin- 
son, Oliver C. Swift, Richard S. 
Wood. North Falmouth, Francis A. 
Nye. West Falmouth, Gilbert R. 
Boyce. 

Harwich, Obed Brooks, Cyrus 
Cahoon, Sheldon Crowell, James S. 
Paine, Danforth S. Steele, Nathan 
Underwood. Harwich Port, Elbridge 

G. Doane, Nathaniel Doane, jr., 
Shubael B. Kelley. South Harwich, 
Cyrus Weeks. West Harwich, Isaiah 
Chase, Davis Lothrop. 

Orleans, John Doane, f Jonathan 
Higgins, Ensign B. Rogers. South 
Orleans, f John Kenrick. 

Provincetown, Jonathan Cook, John 
W. Davis, Nathan D. Freeman, Jas. 
GiiFord, Benj. F. Hutchinson, Jere- 
miah Stone. 

Sandwich, Benjamin F. Bourne, 



Robert C. Clarke, Reuben Collins, 
Virgil B. Collins, Harrison G. Ellis, 
Charles B. Hall, Ebenezer Nye, 
Frederick S. Pope, Asa Raymond, 
fE. Stowell Whittemore. North 
Sandwich, Chas. H. Burgess, 2d. 
South Sandivich, Solomon C. How- 
land, Solomon Attaquin. West Sand- 
wich, Hopkins B. Cady. 

Truro, Wallace T. Miller. North 
Truro, Smith K. Hopkins, Willard 
H. S. Packard. 

Welljleet, Ebenezer T. Atwood, 
Simeon Atwood, John M. Freeman, 
Hiram P. Harriman, Thomas Hol- 
brook, Robert H. Libby, Nathaniel 
P. Wiley, Geo. T. Wyer. 

Yarmouth, Chas. Thacher. Yar- 
mouthport, *James B. Crocker, Joshua 
M. Howes, Amos Otis, fCharles F. 
Swift, Chas. Thacher, 2nd. South 
Yarmouth, Russell D. Farris, John 
Larkiu, Stephen Sears, Elisha Taylor. 
West Yarmouth, Heman B. Chase, 
Theodore Drew. 

Trial Justices. 

Barnstable (Hyannis), Theodore 
F. Basset. 

Chatham (Port), Isaac Bea. 

Dennis C^om^A), Marshall S. Under- 
wood. 

Falmouth, Richard S. Wood. 

Sandwich, E. Stowell Whitte- 
more. 

Wellfleet, Geo. T. Wyer. 

Truro (North), Smith K. Hopkins. 

Yarmouth (Port), Jas. B. Crocker. 

Notaries Public. 

Barnstable (Hyannis), Alvan S. 
Hallett. 

Brewster, TuUy Crosby. 

Chatham, Isaiah Harding, Warren 
Rogers. 

Dennis, Obed Baker, 2d. 

Dennisport, Joseph K. Baker, jr. 

West Dennis, Edward E. Crowell. 

Falmouth, Richard S. Wood. 

Harwich, William H. Underwood. 

West Harwich, Nehemiah D. Kel- 
ley. 

Provincetown, Thomas Hilliard, 
Benjamin F. Hutchinson, Godfrey 
Rider, Godfrey Rider, jr. 

Sandwich, Charles B. Hall, E. Sto- 
well Whittemore. 

Welljieet, Thomas Holbrook. 

Coroners. 
Barnstable, Special, Thos. Harris. 
Provincetown, Jeremiah Stone. 
Sandwich, Isaac K. Chipman. 
Yarmouth, Theodore Drew. 

Agent Province Iiands. 
Provincetown, Joseph P. Johnson. 



BERKSHIRE COUNTY, 



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BERKSHIRE COUNTY. 

Incorporated 21 April, 1761. 
Shire Town Pittsfield. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 



Judge of Probate and Insolvency, . . . . 
Register of Probate and Insolvency, . . 

Clerk of the Courts, 

Register of Deeds (North District),. . 
Register of Deeds (Middle Dutrict), . . 
Register of Deeds (South District),. . 
County Treasurer, 

Overseers of House of Correction, . . V 

Sheriff, 

Deputy Sheriffs. 

Adams, William G. Farnsworth, 
Horace S. Streeter; (North Adams), 
Wm. Hodskin, Josiah Q. Robinson. 

Becket, Timothy F. Snow. 

Great Barrington, Harvey Holmes, 
F. G. Abbey. 

Lanesborough, J. W. Newton. 

Lee, A. H. Pease, Moses H. Pease, 
S. A. Hurlbert, J. C. Chaflfee. 

Lenox, Phineas Cone. 

Otis, Edward L. Day. 

Peru, George Wells. 

Pittsfield, John Crosby, jr., Hiram 
B. Wellington, Timothy Hall, Henry 
H. Newton. 

Sheffield, George B. Cook. 

Tyringham, Albert C. Heath. 

West Slockbridge, George H. Cobb. 

Williamstown, John R. Bulkley, 
Samuel B. Kellogg. 

Jailer. 
Pittsfield. Graham A. Root. 
Sessions of Probate Courts. 

At Adams, Thurs. after 1st Tu. of 
Jan., April, and Oct., and Thurs. af- 
ter 3d Tu. of July. 

At Great Barrington, Wed. next 
after 1st Tu. in Feb., May, Sept., and 
Dec. 

At Lee, Wed. next after 1st Tu. of 
Jan., April, and Oct., and Wed. next 
after 3d Tu. in July. 

At Pittsfield, 1st Tu. of Jan., Feb., 
March, April, May, June, Sept., Oct., 
and Dec, and 3d Tu. of July, and 
Wed. after 1st Mon. of Nov. 

Sessions of Court of Insolvency. 

At Pittsfield, 1st Wed. of every 
month. 



James T. Robinson North Adams 

Andrew J. Watermein,. .. .Pittsfield. 

Henry W. Taft, Pittsfield. 

Herbert S. Fuller, Adams. 

George J. Tucker, Pittsfield. 

Isaac Seeley, Great Barrington. 

George J. Tucker, Pittsfield. 

John C. West, Pittsfield 

Jabez L. Peck, Pittsfield 

Charles T. Barker, Pittsfield- 

Graham A. Root, Pittsfield. 

County Commissioners. 

Edward S. May, Lee, term expires 
Dec. 1872 ; C. J. Kittredge, Hins- 
dale, term expires Dec. 1873; Wm. 
J. Bliss, Adams, term expires Dec. 
1874. 

Special Commissioners. — Emmons 
Arnold, Sheffield; John B. Wells, 
Cheshire. 

Times of Meetings. — At Pittsfield, 
1st Tu. in April, July, and Sept., and 
last Tu. in Dec. 

Commissioners of Insolvency. 

Pittsfield, Edgar M. Wood, Andrew 
J. Waterman. 

Williamstown, Keyes Danforth. 

Public Administrator. 
Slockbridge, Henry J. Dunham. 

Commissioners to Qualify Civil 
Officers. 

Adams (North), Sylvander John- 
son, Henry P. Phillips, Benjamin F. 
Robinson, James T. Robinson. 

Dalton, Zenas M. Crane. 

Great Barrington, Billings Palmer, 
Ralph Taylor. 

Lenox, Henry W. Taft, George J. 
Tucker, William S. Tucker. 

Pittsfield, Robert W. Adam, James 
M. Barker, J. N. Dunham, Wm. T. 
Filley, John Tatlock. 

Slockbridge, Henry J. Dunham, 
Charles M. Owen. 

Williamstown, Keyes Danforth, 
Henry L. Sabin. 

Justices of the Peace. 

{Including Justices of the Peace and Quorum. deS' 
ignated 6.v a *, nad Justices throughout the Common' 
wealth designated by a t). 

Adams, Oscar A. Archer, John F. 
Arnold, Henry J. Bliss, Frederick P. 



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Brown, Daniel F. Burlingame, Silas 
P. Butler, Hiram T. Crandall, Wil- 
liam G. Farnsworth, Herbert A. Ful- 
ler, Amasa W. Richardson, Ira Rich- 
mond, Franklin O. Sayles, Daniel Up- 
ton ; North Adams, Nathan S. Babbitt, 
Joel Bacon, Austin Bond, Waterman 
Brown, Salmon Burlingame, William 
Hodskin, Sylvander Johnson, Edward 
C. Kiely, John I. LeRoy, William 
McKay, Henry S. Millard, George 
W. Nottingham, *Henry P. Phillips, 
William P. Porter, Andrew Potter, 
Arnold G. Potter, Ablathar W. Pres- 
ton, David H. Raymond, George L. 
Rice, fBenj. F. Robinson, f James T. 
Robinson, Josiah Q. Robinson, Jarvis 
Rockwell, Shepard Thayer, Rufus G. 
Walden, Rodman H. Wells, Ezra D. 
Whitaker, Ashley B. Wright. 

Alford, Reuben C. Fitch, Ezra C. 
Ticknor. 

Becket, Mark P. Carter, William 
S. Huntington, Charles O. Perkins • 
— West Becket, Stephen W. Carter. 

Charlemont, Bernard N. Farren. 

Cheshire, Henry J. Brown, Stephen 
Chnpman, Edmund D. Foster. 

Clarksburg, Joseph D. Clark, 
Eleazer Ketchum. I 

Dalton, Henry Ferre, Oliver Bliss 
Hayes, Wm. H. Warfield, Caleb S. 
Warren, Byron Weston. 

Egremunt (South), Joseph A. Ben- 
jamin, David Dalzell, jr., Roscoe C. 
Taft; North Egremont, Seymour B. 
Dewey, *James H. Rowley, Wm. W. 
Stillman. 

Florida, Nalium P. Brown, Israel 
Whitcomb. Hoosac Tunnel, Gilbert 
H. Mann, Alonzo D. Tower. 

Great Barrington. R. N. Couch, 
Justin Dewey, jr., Julius Dresser, Au- 
gustine Giddings, Wdter W. Hollen- 
beck, Egbert Holliston, Herbert C. 
Joyner, Billings Palmer, Isaac Seeley, 
John M. Seeley, Thomas Siggins, Au- 
ren Smith, Charles J. Taylor, Joseph 
Tucker. 

Hancock, Lyman Eldridge, Orestes 
G. Eldridge, Wm. H. Hadsell, Calvin 
P. Lapliam, Rufus L. Mason. 

Hinsdale, Theodore Barrows, *Milo 
Stowell, Amory E. Taylor. 

Lanesboroiigh, Reuben W. Field, 
Wm. A. Fuller, Lester Gorton, Jede- 
diah W. Newton, Ezra H. Sherman, 
Justus Tower, Chas. B. Whitney. 

Lee, Prentiss C. Baird, William 
J. Bartlett, Alonzo Bradley, John 
Branning, Harrison Garfield, Frank- 
lin W. Gibbs, Albert M. Howk, Thom- 
as Judd, Edward A. Langdon, Egbert 



M. Langdon, Samuel S. Rogers, Nor- 
man W. Shores, Edwin Sturges. 

Lenox, Chauncey Sears, Henry W. 
Taft, *George J. Tucker, *William 
S. Tucker. Lenox Furnace, Robert 
G. Averill, Thomas Sedgwick. 

Monterey, Marshall S. Bidwell, 
jAlbum J. Fargo, Egbert B. Garfield, 
Milton Judd, Chauncy D. Langdon, 
Wilber C. Langdon, Oscar L. Mansir, 
Lyman Thomson, Albert Tryon. 

Mount Washington, Isaac Spurr, 
Orrin C. Whitbeck. 

Neio Ashford, Phinehas Harmon. 
Geo. W. Phelps, Noble F. Roys. 

New *Ma.rlborough, Sheldon W. 
Wright. Hartsville, Harvey Sheldon, 
Harlow S. Underwood. Mill River, 
Edwin Adam. East Sheffield, Ger- 
shom M. Fitch. 

Otis, Alanson Crittenden, Elam P. 
Norton, Samuel H. Norton, Norman 
Strickland. 

Peru, Benjamin F. Pierce, George 
Wells. 

Pittsjield, Robert W. Adam, James 
M. Barker, * Samuel W. Bowerman, 
Geo. P. Briggs, | Henry S. Briggs, 
Nathan (r. Brown, Josiah Carter, 
Benjamin Chickering, f Henry Chlck- 
ering, James H. Collin, Henry Colt, 
f James D. Colt, f Thomas Colt, John 
Crosby, jr., Daniel Day, James H. 
Dunham, Jarvis N. Dunham, Irving 
D. Ferrey, J. D wight Francis, Wm. 
T. Filley, Lorenzo H. Gamwell, Geo. 
Gay, Samuel E. Howe, Josiah A. 
Mills, Phineas L. Page, Thos. P. Pin- 
gree, fThos. F. Plunkett, Wm. R. 
Plunkett, Wesley L Shepardson, 
John Tatlock, John M. Taylor, An- 
drew J. Waterman, Hiram B. Wel- 
lington, John C. West, *Marshall 
Wilcox, Edgar M. Wood. 

Richmond, Wm. Bacon. 

Sandisjield, Montville, George A. 
Shepard. New Boston, *Orlo Burt, 
Samuel C. Parsons, Joshua M. Sears. 

Savoy, Jos. B. Ingram, Leonard 
McCulloch. 

Sheffield, James Bradford, John D. 
Burtch, Bela N. Clark, Gilbert Smith. 
Ashley Falls, Robert E. Hedden, Al- 
bert Leroy. 

Stockbridge, Henry J. Dunham, 
Daniel B. Fenn, Joseph R. French, 
t John Z. Goodrich, Marshal Warner. 
Curtisville, Henry M. Burrall. 

Tyringham, Eli G. Hale. 

Washington, Simpson Bell, Philip 
Eames. 

West Stockbridge, George H. Cobb, 
Geo. W. Kniffin, Wm. M. Kniffin, 
Wm. C. Spaulding. 



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Williamsioion, John R. Bnlkley, 
Keyes Dan forth, Samuel T. ]\Iather, 
Benjamin F. Mills, Henry T. Tall- 
madge, f Joseph White. South Wil- 
liamsioion, Jas. A. Eldridge. 

Wi7idsor, Norman Miner. East 
Windsor, George Hathaway, Reuben 
Pierce. Savoy, Andrew J. Babbitt. 
Trial Justices. 

Becket (North), William S. Hun- 
tington. 

Oti-<, Norman Strickland. 

Lenox, Wm. S. Tucker. 

Slockhrkhje, Henry J. Dunham. 

West Stockhridge, W. C. Spaulding. 
Notaries Public. 

Adams {North), Wm. P. Porter, 
Arnold H. Crandall, Charles H. Li- 
galls, Arnold G. Potter, Edward S. 



Wilkinson. (South), Henry J. Bliss, 
Harvoy H. Wellington. 

Great Barrirujion, Fred. N. Deland, 
Isaac Seeley. 

Hancock, Orestes G. Eldridge. 

Lee, Thomas M. Judd, Norman W. 
Shores, Wm. Taylor. 

Pittsfield, Robert W. Adam, James 
M. Barker, Melvin L. Parker. 

Stockbridf/e, Henry J. Dunham, 
Daniel R. Williams. 

Coroners. 
Adams, Horace M. Holmes. 
Adams (North). Wm. Hodskin. 
Dalton, Jo.-^eph W. Russell. 
Lee, Abial H. Pease. 
Pittsjield, Henry M. Peirson, (5/>e- 
cial), Hiram B. Wellington. 

WiUiamstown, John R. Bulkley. 



BRISTOL COUNTY. 

Incorporated, June 2, 1685. 

County Towns Taunton and New Bedford. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 



Jailers . 



Judge of Probate and Insolvency. . . . 
Register of Probate and Insolvency . . 

Clerk of Courts 

Registers of 7 North District ....... 

Deeds. ) South District 

County Treasurer 

Overseers of House of Correctio7i . . •] 

Sheriff 

5 
( 

Deputy Sheriffs. 

AitleborougJi, James W. Riley, 
Quincy A. Hooper. 

Dartmouth, Wm. Barker, jr. 

Easton, Rufus H. Willis. 

Fall River, Franklin Gray, James 
Wixon, Geo. W. Palmer, " Joseph 
Healy. 

Freetoum, Guilford Hathaway. 

Mansfield, James A. Blake. 

Norton, George H. Arnold. 

New Bedford, Charles D. Burt, 
John W. Nickerson, H. N. Kimball. 

Raynham, S. W. Robinson. 

Taunton, Isaac G. Carrier, Henry 
F. Cobb, Geo. H Babbitt, jr., Peter 
C. Thayer, Orrin M. Ingalls, Chaun- 
oey G. Washburn, Isaac G. Carrier, jr. 



Edmund H. Bennett Taunton. 

W. E. Fuller Taunton. 

Simeon Borden Taunton. 

Joseph Wilbar Taunton. 

Charles C. Sayer New Bedford 

Thomas J. Lothrop Taunton. 

James D. Thompson | ^^^^ ^^ 
Samuel Watson, ) 

William S. Cobb New Bedford. 

Isaac G. Carrier Taunton. 

Charles D. Burt New Bedford. 

Sessions of Probate Courts. 

i At Fall River, Ist Fr. of Jan., Apr., 

[Oct., and •2d Fr. of July. 

I At New Bedford, 1st Fr. of Feb., 

I May, Aug., and Nov. 

; At Taunton, 1st Fr. of March, 
June, Sept.. and Dec. 

i County Commissio'.ers. 

i E. T. Jackson, Taimfon, term ex- 
pires 1872; Elisha Thornton, Jr., 

[New Bedford, term expires 1873; 
Guilford H. Hathaway, Fall River, 
term expires 1874. 

I Special Commissioners, Leonard 

I Hodges, Norton, term expires Dec, 

J1874; Daniel J. Lewis, Fairhaven, 

j term expires Dec, 1874. 

I Times of Meeting. — At Taunton, 



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on the 4th Tuesdays in March and 
Sept. 

Commissioners of Insolvency. 
Mansfield, E. Maltby Reed. 
New Bedford, Chas. T. Bonney. 
Taunton, Geo. Edgar Williams. 

Commissioners of "Wrecks. 
New Bedford, Job Almy. 
Westport, Abraham Dyer, Edward 
Akin. 

Public Administrators. 
New Bedford, Edwin L. Barney, 
Charles T. Bonney, Wm. W. Crapo. 
Taunton, Henry J. Fuller. 

Master in Chancery. 
Neiv Bedford, Edwin L. Barney. 

Commissioners to Qualify Civil Offi- 
cers. 

Easton (North), Anson Gilmore. 

Easton (South), Seba Howard. 

Fall River, Hezekiah Battelle, 
Josiah C. Blaisdell, Simeon Borden, 
John S. Bray ton, James Ford. 

Freetown, Ebenezer W. Pierce. 

New Bedford, Wendell H. Cobb, 
Thomas M. James, George Marston, 
Wm. H. Taylor, James D. Thomp- 
son, John T. Tillinghast, Joseph Til- 
lintrhast, Jos. S. Tillinghast. 

Taunton, George H. Babbitt, Sam- 
uel I>. Crocker, James P. Ellis, Ho- 
ratio Pratt, Joseph Wilbar, George 
M. Woodward, Thomas J. Lothrop. 

Justices of the Peace. 

(Inchirling Jutsices of the Peace and Quorum desig- 
nated bi/ a *, and Justices throughout the Common- 
wealth, designated by a t.) 

Acushnet, Cyrus E. Clark, Benja- 
min White. Long Plain, Abial P. 
Robinson. 

Attlehorough, John T. Bates, N. H. 
Bliss, Joseph W. Capron, Geo. N. 
Crandall, Homer M. Daggett, John 
Daggett, Lyuian W. Dean, George F. 
Ide, *Hartford Ide, Elisha G. May, 
James Newell, Horatio N. Richard- 
son, Lyman M. Stanley, Gardner C. 
Wright. North Attlehorough, Henry 
K. W. Allen, Thomas A. Barden, 
Simeon Bowen, Henry Rice, Thomas 
G. Sandland. South Attleboro',Wm. 
P. Shaw. 

Berkley, Wm. Babbitt, Abiel B. 
Crane, W. H. S. Crane, Herbert 
A. Dean, Oliver E. French, Giles L. 
Leach, Walter D. Nichols. 

Dartmouth, Elisha S. Crapo, John 
W. Howland, Francis W. Mason, 
North Dartmouth, Wm. Barker, jr., 
Calvin K. Turner, 2d, Hiram Wha- 
lon. South Dartmouth, Benjamin S. 
Anthony, Samuel M. Davis, Edward 
F. Potter. 

Dighton, Geo. C. Burgess, William 



Cobb, Noah Chace, Oliver Eaton, 
Jeremiah P. Edson, Geo. E. Good- 
ing, Alfred W. Paul, George A. 
Shove. 

Easton, Elisha M. Dunham, Alson 
Gilmore, Clias. H. Reed, Albert A, 
Rotch, Daniel B. Wheaton, Geo. G. 
Withington. North Easton, \ Oakes 
Ames, Oliver Ames, Geo. H. Bates. 
Tisdale Harlow, Geo. W. Kennedy. 
South Easton, fGuilford White, Har- 
rison T. Mitchell. 

Fairhaven, Henry T. Aiken, Chas. 
Bryant, Chas. Drew, Frederick M. 
Fuller, John A. Hawes, Geo. H. 
Taber, Job. C. Tripp. 

Fall River, Job B. Ashley, Geo. A. 
Ballard, *Hezekiah Battelle, Josiah 

C. Blaisdell, fSimeon Borden, fJohn 
S Bray ton, Robert C. Brown, George 
A. Chace, Isaac B. Chace, Samuel A. 
Chace, Prelet D. Conant, William M. 
Connelly, fRobert T. Davis, Henry 
Diman, Hugh W. Dubois, f Walter C. 
Durfee, Benjamin Earl, Alexander 

D. Easton, Morton Eddy, George O. 
Fairbanks, *James Ford, Stephen B. 
Gilford, Wm. S. Greene, Horatio N. 
Gunn, Abraham G. Hart, Guilford H. 
Hathaway, John B. Hathaway, *Nich- 
olas Hatheway, Chas. J. Holmes, 
Wm. H. Jennings, Aug. B. Leonard, 
Benjamin K. Lovatt, James T. Milne, 
Jas. M. Morton, Jas. M. Morton, jr., 
Wm. H. Peirce, Thomas T. Potter, 
Clinton V. S. Remington, John P. 
Slade, Iram Smith, Isaac Smith, jr., 
Charles P. Stickney, *Ehab Williams, 
Benjamin F. Winslow, Jas. Wixon, 
Jona. M. Wood, -fStephen C. Wright- 
ington. 

Freetown, Alden Hathaway, D. C. 
H. Hathaway, Thos. G. Nichols, 
Ebenezer W. Peirce, Silas P. Rich- 
mond. East Freetown, Osmond F. 
Braley, Chas. A. Morton, Charles A. 
Morton, jr., Reuel A. Washburn. 

Mansfield, Wm. B. Bates, Jacob 
A. Blake, Thomas M. George, Her- 
man Hall, Howard Perkins, Erastus 
W. Reed, Wm. Robinson, Seth C. 
Shepard. West Mansfield, Leonard 
W. Sweet. 

New Bedford, fCharles Almy, Ed- 
mund Anthony, fEdwin L. Barney, 
Charles T. Bonney, Josiah S. Bonney, 
Alanson Borden, George A. Bourne, 
James M. Bunker, Charles D. Burt, 
Samuel P. Burt, Chas. W. Clifford, 
tJohn H. Clifford, Thomas J. Cobb, 
Wendell H. Cobb, William S. Cobb, 
fJames B. Congdon, Timothy D. Cook, 
William Cook, fWilliam W. Crapo, 
John Davis, Ezra K. Delano, Tilson 



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B. Dcnham, Tristram R. Dennison, 
John Freedom, f Rodney French, 
Francis L. Giiman, Francis B. Greene, 
George C. Hatch, Luther G. Hewins, 
James C. Hitch, *Joshua C. Hitch, 
fGeorge Howland, jr., Thomas M. 
James, Wm. H. Johnson, David B. 
Kempton, Manasseh Kempton, Hora- 
tio N. Kimball, Warren Ladd, Henry 
T. Leonard, George R. Long, Adam 
Mackie, fGeorge Marston, William H. 
Matthews, Edward Milliken, John W. 
Nickerson, Geo. H. Palmer, Albert R. 
Paulding, William A. Paulding, John 
H. Perry, George R. Phillips, William 
Phillips, Andrew G. Pierce, Philip A. 
Pierce, fRobert C. Pitman, *Francis 
L. Porter, *01iver Prescott, Isaiah C. 
Ray, Benj. T. Ricketson, Charles C. 
Sayer, Otis Seabury, Orrick Smalley, 
Thos. M. Stetson, William H. Taylor, 
Elias Terry, *James D. Thompson, 
*John T. Tillinghast, *Joseph S. Til- 
linghast, Charles W. Underwood, Hi- 
ram Van Campen, Hiram Webb, Lem- 
uel T. Willcox, Alfred Wilson. 

Norton^ Albert A. Austin, Horatio 
Bates, Daniel S. Cobb, George B. 
Crane, Leonard Hodges, Harrison T. 
Lincoln, Austin MessbUger, John R. 
Rogerson, Caleb B. Wetherell, Wm. 
D. Witherell. 

Raynham, Braddock Field, Samuel 
Jones, Sylvanus Makepeace, Joseph 
R. Presho, Grodfrey Robinson, Nathan 
W. Shaw, Seth D. Wilbur. East 
Taunton, Enoch King, Chauncey G. 
Washburn. 

Rehoboih, George W. Bliss, Elisha 
Davis, Danforth G. Horton, Wm. A. 
King, Cyrus M. Wheaton. 

Seekonk, Joseph Brown, Raymond 
H. Burr, Davis Carpenter, Viall Med- 
bury. 

Somerset, Geo. B. Buffington, John 
D. Cartwright, George F. M. Forres- 
ter, William P. Hood, Job M. Leon- 
ard, Joseph Marble, Jonathan B.SIade. 

Swanzey, Joseph G. Luther, Allen 
Mason, Wm. Mitchell. — North Stvan- 
zey, Mason Barney, jr. 

Taunton, Charles H. Atwood, Geo. 
B. Atwood, Geo. H. Babbitt. fEd- 
mund H. Bennett, James Brown, 
William H. Brown, fSamuel L. Crock- 
er, Robert Crossman, 2nd, James M. 
Cushman, Jas. H. Dean, *Jas. P. El- 
lis, Charles Foster, William H. Fox, 
Henry J. Fuller, William E. Fuller, 
Andrew H. Hall, Henry N. Harvey, 
John Holland, James R. Husband, 
Elisha T. Jackson, Chas. F. Johnson, 
fThomas J. Lothrop, Chas. L. Lover- 
ing, Willard Lovering, -fDaniel L. 



Mitchell, Stephen Pierce, *Horatio 
Pratt, John Radley, Charles A. Reed, 
Erastus M. Reed, John E. Sanford, 
William Simms, -j- Albert E. Swasey, 
Peter C. Thayer, Samuel R. Town- 
send, fHarrison Tweed, George A. 
Washburn, Isaac Washburn, Jos. R. 
Wheeler, fHenry B. Wheelwright, 
Joseph Wilbar, Jos.E. Wiibar, G. Ed- 
gar Williams, Henry Williams, Benj. 
L. Wood, George M. Woodward. — 
East Taunton, David Dean. 

Westpoi't, George H. Gilford, Isaac 
Howland. — South Westport, Zelotes 
L. Almy, Charles Fisher. — Central 
Village, Stephen A. Brownell. 

Trial Justices. 

Easton, Albert A. Rotch. 

Freetown, Ebenezer W. Peirce. 

Mansfield, Erastus M. Reed. 

North Attleborough, Henry Rice. 

Seekonk, Viall Medbury. 

Somerset, Jonathan B. Slade. 

Swanzey (^North),Mfison Barney, jr. 

Westport, Geo. H. Giffbrd. 
Notaries Public. 

Attleborough, John Daggett, Lyman 
W. Dean. — North Attleborough, Sim- 
eon Bowen, Thomas G. Sandland. 

Easton (North), Joseph Barrows, 
George W. Kennedy, John H. Swain. 

Fairhaven, Chas. Drew. 

Fall River, Wm. G. Bennett, Jo- 
siah C. Blaisdell, Simeon Borden, 
John S. Brayton, Robert C. Brown, 
Samuel M. Brown, Benjamin Earl, 
Henry H. Earl, Morton Eddy, Benj. 
K. Lovatt, Eliab Williams, Benjamin 
F. Winslow. 

New Bedford, Charles T. Bonney, 
Alanson Borden, James M. Bunker, 
Samuel P. Burt, Charles W. Clifford, 
Wendell H. Cobb, Wm. W. Crapo, 
Francis B. Greene, Geo. C. Hatch, 
Elisha C. Leonard, Geo. R. Long, 
George Marston, Francis L. Porter, 
George H. Palmer, Albert R. Pauld- 
ing, Isaiah C. Ray, Thomas M. Stet- 
son, James Taylor, Wm. H. Taylor, 
Frederick A. Washburn, William H. 
Watkins. 

Taunton, James P. Ellis, Wm. E. 
Fuller, Charles A. Reed, George M. 
Woodward. 

Coroners. 

Attleborough, John T. Bates, Ly- 
man M. Stanley. 

Fall River, Chas. C. Dillingham. 

Freetown, Ebenezer W. Peirce. 

New Bedford, Horatio N. Kimball. 

Raynham (special), Setii D. Wilbur. 
Somerset, Edmund Buffington. 
Taunton (special), George H. Bab- 
bitt, jr. 



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DUKES COUNTY. 



Incorporated, 1683. 
Shire Town Edgarto wn. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Judf/e of Probate and Insolvency, ... Theodore G. Mayhew,. . . Edgartown. 

Ri (jisler of Probate and Insolvency,. . Hebron Vincent, Edyartown. 

Clerk of Courts, Samuel Keniston, jr., Edgarlown. 

Register of Deeds, John S. Smith, Edgarlown. 

County Treasurer, Barnard C. Mart-hant, . . .Edgarlown. 

Sheriff, Howes Norris, Edgarlown. 

Deputy Sheriff, Jason Dexter, Edgarlown. 

.Jailer, Chase Pease, Edgartoion. 



Sessions of Probate Court. 

At Edgarlown, 3d Mon. of .Ian. and 
July, and 1st Mon. of March and 
Dec. 

At Tisbury, 3d Mon. of April, and 
1st Mon. of Sept. 

At West Tisbury, 1st Mon. of June 
and 3d Mon. of Oct. 

County Commissioners. 

Chas. J. Barney, Edguriown, term 
expires Dec, 1872. Thos. H. Lam- 
bert. Chilmnrk, DfC, 1873 ; Daniel W. 
Mayliew, Tisbury, Dec, 1874. 

Special Commissioners. — Abraliam 
C. White, Gosnold, Dec, 1874 ; Shu- 
bael L. Norton. Dec, 1874. 

Times of Meeting. — At Edgarlown, 
Wed. next after 3d Mon. in May, 
and Wed. next after 2d Mon. in Nov. 
Commissioners (f Insolvency. 

Chilmark, John W. Mayhew. 

Edqarlomi, Archibald Mellen. 

Tisbury, William J. Rotrh. 
Public Administrators. 

Edgarlown, Joseph T. Pease, Sam 
uel G. Vincent. 

Cjinmissioners of Wrecks. 

Edgarloivn, William P. Cliadwick, 
Chailes F. Dunham, Thomas J. Dun- 
ham, Rufiis F. Pease. 

Commissioners to Qualify Civil 
Officers. 

Edgartoion, Theo. G. jNIayhew, 
Joseph T. Peast-. Richard L. Pease. 
Tisbury, Thomas Biadley. 
Justices of the Peace. 

(Includiny Justices of tkt I'ence and Quorum, deKia- 
udted 1)11 a *. and Juslires l/imvgliout the Common- 
freahhf designated btj a ^.) 

Chilmark, Samuel Flanders, Smith 



Mayhew, John W. Mayhew, Horatio 
N. Pease. 

Edgarlown, Sirson P. Coffin, Henry 
H. Davis, Charles G. M. Dunham, 
Ichabod N. Luce. Barnard C. Mar- 
chdut, Cornelius B. Marchant, John 
IMayhew, fTheo. G. Mayhew, Archi- 
bald Mellen, f Sam uel Osborne, jr., 
Jeremiah Pease, *Joseph T. Pease, 
*Richard L. Pease, John S. Smith, 
Hebron Vincent. 

Gay Head, William A. Vander- 
hoop. 

Gosnold, John W. Gifford, Abra- 
ham C. White. 

Tvibury (Vineyard Haven), Henry 
Bradley, Matthew P. Butler, David 
Mayhew, Eliakim Norton. — W. Ti.<i- 
bury, Wm. B. Mayhew, John D. 
Rotch. 

Trial Justices. 

Edgarlown, Jeremiah Pease. 
Notaries Public. 

Edgarlown. Wm. Bradley, Wm. P. 
Cliadwick, Sirson P. Coffin, Charles 
F. Dunham, Tarlton C. Luce, Shaw 
Norris, Richard L. Pease. 

Gosnold, John W. Gifford. 

Tisbury (Vineyard Haven), Henry 
W. Beetle, Henry Bradley, Charles 
Holmes, John Holmes, John Holmes, 
jr., J. W^heldon Holmes. 

Coroners. 

Edgarlown, (special), John S. 
Smith. 

Tisbury, (Vineyard Haven), John 
Holmes, jr. 



ESSEX COUNTY. 



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ESSEX COUNTY. 

Incorporated, May 10, 1643. 
Shire Towns, Salem, Newburypokt, and Larwence. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 



Judge of Probate and Insolvency, . . . . 
Register of Probate and Insolvency, . . 
Assistant Reg. " " " 

Clerk of Courts, 

Assistant Clerk of Courts, 

Register of Deeds, Southern District,. . 

" " " Nuthern District,.. 

County Treasurer, 

Overseers of House of Correction at 
Lawrence. 

Overseers of House of Correction at ) 
Ipswich, I 

Sheriff, 

Deputy Sheriffs. 

Amesbury, Joseph T. Clarkson. 

Andover, E. Kendall Jenkins. 

Danvers, Charles H. Adams. 

Essex, Ezra Perkins, jr. 

Georgetown, Otis Thompson, Geo. 
W. Boynton. 

Gloucester, George Lane. 

Haverhill, F. O. Raymond, David 
Boynton. 

Ipswich, Joseph Spiller. 

Lawrence, Alanson Briggs, Jamea 
M. Currier, John P. Bradstreet. 

Lynn, Charles Merritt. 

Methuen, Charles E. Goss. 

Newburyport, John Akerman, Jas. 
W. Chene}'. 

Peabody, Stephen Upton. 

Salem, Daniel Potter, John D. 
Cross. 

Jailers. 

Newburyport, John Akerman. 

Salem, John D. Cross. 

Lawrence, Horatio G. Herrick. 

Masters of House of Correction. 
Ipswich, Yorick G. Hurd. 
Lawrence, Horatio G. Herrick. 

Sessions of Probate Court. 

At Gloucester, 2d Tu. in April and 
Oct. 

At Haverhill, 3d Tu. in May and 
Nov. 

At Ipswich, 3d Tu. in March and 
Sept. 

At Lawrence, 2d Tu. in Jan., Feb., 
March, June, Sept., Nov., and Dec. 



George F. Choate,. , Salern. 

Abner C. Goodell, jr., Salem. 

E. D. Hines, Danversport. 

Alfred A. Abbott, Peabody. 

Geo. R. Lord, 

Ephraim Brown, Salem. 

Gilbert E. Hood, Lawrence. 

Allen W. Dodge, Hamilton. 

George Foster, Andover. 

John Keeley, Haverhill. 

Sherman Nelson, Georgetown. 

Henry Hobbs, Wenham . 

Rufus Kimball, Lynn. 

D. H. Stickney, Groveland 

Horatio G. Herrick, Lawrence. 

I At Newburyport, 3d Tu. in Jan., 
Feb., April, June, July, Oct., and 
Dec. 

At Salem, 1st Tu. in every month. 

Sessions of Court of Insolvency. 

At Salem, on the 2d and 4th Mon. 
of each month. 

At Lawrence, on Probate Court 
days In afternoon. 

At Newburyport, on Probate Court 
days in afternoon. 

County Commissioners. 

James Kirnball, Salem, terra expires 
1872; Jackson B. Swett, Haverhill, 
term expires 1873; Charles P.Pres- 
ton, Danvers, term expires 1874. 

Special Commissioners, Aaron Saw- 
yer, Amesbury ; Nehemiah Burnham, 
Essex ; terms expire 1874. 

Times and Places of Meeting. — At 
Ipswich, on the 2d Tu. of April. 

Salem, Thursday of each week. 

Newburyport, on the 2d Tu. of Oct. 

On the 4th Tu. of Dec, at Salem, 
Ipswich, or Newburyport, as the Court 
may determine at the term next pre- 
ceding. 

At Lawrence, on the last Tu. of Aug. 
Commissioners of Insolvency. 

Lawrence, William L. Thompson. 

Lynn, Dean Peabody. 

Salem, Nathaniel J. Holden. 
Public Administrators. 

Andover, George Foster. 

Danvers, John W. Porter. 

Gloucester, David W. Low. 



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MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 



Newburyport, Edmund Smith. 
Saugus, Elijali P. Eobinson. 

Masters in Chancery. 

Lawrence, Nathan W. Harmon? 
Andrew C. Stone. 

Salem, Nathaniel J. Holden. 
Commissioners of Wrecks. 

Gloucester, John Ayars, jr., Nehe- 
miah D. Cunningham, jr., Dan. Rob- 
inson. 

Ipswich, Theodore Andrews. 

Lynn, Sylvester B. Breed, Nathan- 
iel Lear. 

Newhuryport, Edmund Smith. 

Swampscolt, John Chapman. 

Commissioners to Qualify Civil 
Officers. 

Andover, George Foster, Nathan 
W. Hazen, 

Beverly, Fred. W. Choate, James 
HiU. 

Gloucester, Charles P. Thompson, 
John S. Webber. 

Haverhill, David Boynton, William 
Taggart. 

Ipswich, Charles Kimball. 

Laiorence, James H. Eaton, George 
R. Rowe. 

Lynn, Rufus Kimball, Elbridge 
Lovejoy, Henry C. Oliver. 

Marblehead, Joseph P. Turner. 

Neiohury, Daniel Lunt. 

Newhuryport, David J. Adams, 
John T. Brown, Moses Pettingell, 
John Porter, Edward W. Rand. 

Peahody, Alfred A. Abbott.. 

Salem, John Chapman, Charles 
Kimball, George R. Lord, Joseph B. 
F. Osgood, George Wheatland. 
Justices of the Peace. 

(Including Justices of the Peace and Quorum, des- 
ignated by a *, and Justices throughout the Common- 
wealth, designated by a t.) 

Amesbury, William C. Binney, 
George H. Briggs, Joseph Gale, Wil- 
liam H. Haskell, Joseph Merrill, 

* Jonathan Nayson, Orlando S. Pat- 
ten, George Turner. — South Ames- 
bury, Charles E. Rowell. — West 
Amesbury, f Joshua Colby, John S. 
Morse, James S. Pike, David M. 
Tukesbury. 

Andover, Asa A. Abbott, f Nathan- 
iel S. Berry, Isaac O. Blunt, William 
Chickering, f Francis Cogswell, John 
Flint, t George Foster, George W. 
Foster, Moses Foster, Samuel Gray, 

* Nathan W. Hazen, John B. Jen- 
kins, t Marcus Morton, George H. 
Poor. 

Beverly, Hooper A. Appleton, 
t John I. Baker, Stephens Baker, 
t Frederick W. Choate, Francis J. 
Crowell, Robert R. Endicott, Josiah 



A. Haskill, James Hill, Abraham B. 
Lord, Elijah E. Lummus, Nathan P. 
Meldrum, Francis Norwood, Joseph 
E. Ober, Charles H. Odell, Samuel 
Porter, George Roundy, William So- 
hier, Joseph D. Tuck, Richard P. 
Waters, Elisha Woodberry. 

Boxford, Benj. S. Barnes, Moses 
Dorman, Thomas T. Dorman, George 
Perley. — West Boxford, William R. 
Kimball. 

Bradford, Henry Carter, Harrison 
E. Chadwick, f George Cogswell, 
Charles B. Emerson, Walter Goodell, 
William Hazletine, Samuel W. Hop- 
kinson, * George Johnson, Albert L. 
Kimball, Horatio Pearl. 

Danvers, I. W. Andrews, Francis 
Dodge, Samuel P. Fowler, Horace L. 
Hadley, Ezra D. Hines, Edward L, 
Hill, Andrew Nichols, John W. Por- 
ter, John A. Putnam, Otis F. Put- 
nam, Charles Tapley, George Tapley, 
William L. Weston. — Danversport. 
Ebenezer Hunt, David Mead, Rufus 
Putnam. 

Essex, Daniel W. Bartlett, Aaron L. 
Burnham, Hervey Burnham, *Nehe- 
miah Burnham, * David Choate, Ezra 
Perkins, Jr., Ebenezer Stanwood. 

Georgetown, Charles E. Jewett, 
* Jeremiah P. Jones, Caleb Tenney, 
Gorham D. Tenney, Orlando B. Ten- 
ney, Richard Tenney. 

Gloucester, John J. Babson, Edward 
E. Burnham, Henry A. Burnham, 
Henry Center, Benjamin H. Corliss, 
John Corliss, f James A. Cunningham, 
James Davis, Elbridge G. Friend, 
Charles E. Grover, Allen Knowlton, 
David W. Low, George J. Marsh, 
Aaron Parsons, William H. Perrin, 
Alfred Presson, Joseph O. Proctor, 
Benjamin H. Smith, Cyrus Story, 
Chas. P. Thompson, * John S. Web- 
ber. — East Gloucester, Humphrey L. 
Calder. — Aniiisquam, John N. Davis. 
— Lanesville, Samuel L. Young. 

Grovekmd, Wm. S. Balch, Nathan- 
iel H. Griffith, Charles W. Hopkin- 
son, Gardner P. Ladd, Jerenn'ah B. 
P. Ladd, Nathaniel Ladd, * Charles 
G. Savary, Jeremiah SpofFord. 

Hamilton, Jos. P. Lovering, Daniel 
E. Safford. 

Haverhill, John A. Appleton, Wm. 
E. Blunt, Franklin Brickett, David 
Boynton, Edmund G. W. Cartwiight, 
Henry Cummings, Alpheus Currier, 
James Davis, jr., Edward C. Dubois, 
Wm. B. Eaton, Jones Frankle, Ed- 
ward G. Frothingham, Edward G. 
Frothingham, jr., Elbridge G. Gree- 
nough, Andrew W. Hammond, Ed- 



ESSEX COUNTY. 



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win P. Hill,tCaleb D. Hunking, Elias 
T. Ingalls, Addison B. Jaques, Wm. 
Jeffers, Joseph K. Jenness, John Kce- 
ley, *Alfred Kittredge, Nathan S 
Kimball, John Jas. Marsh, Henry N. 
Merrill, John M. Poor, Oliver H. Rob- 
erts, Benjamin Addison Sawyer, Jas. 
V. Smiley, Leonard V. Spaulding, 
William Taggart, Martin Taylor, 
David B. Tenney, Elbridge G. Wood. 
— East Haverhill, Ensign S. Hunkins. 
— Ayers Village, Orenzo T. Emerson. 

Tpstcich, Theodore Andrews, Wes- 
ley K. Bell, * Aaron Cogswell, Gilbert 
Conant, George Haskell, |Chas. Kim- 
ball, Edward P. Kimball, Joseph Ross, 
Charles A, Sayward, Joseph Spiller, 
*Abram D. Wai*. 

Lawrence, Nathaniel Ambrose, Par- 
don Armington, Clark L. Austin, Hor- 
ace C. Bacon, Jonathan C. Bowker, 
Chas. E. Briggs, John H. Brown, Al- 
bert V. Bugbee, Elbridge T. Burlej', 
Geo. D. Cabot, Alonzo C. Chadwiuk, 
Edward F. Childs, Alfred P. Clark, 
Jos. Cleaveland, Baldwin Coolidge, 
Patrick W. Cronin, Ebenezer B. Cur- 
rier, Samuel M. Davis, John I. Do- 
land, James H. Eaton, Alfred J. 
French, W. Fisk Gile, John P. Gil- 
more. Henry H. Hall, *Nathan W. 
Harmon, Michael D. Hart, Horatio 
G. Herrick, Gilbert E. Hood, Henry 
F. Hopkins, Nath. P. Houghton, Wm. 
H. Jaquith, Wm, S. Knox, George S. 
Merrill, Wm. Morse. John K. Nor- 
wood, E. B. Osgood, Thos. A. Parsons, 
Joseph L. Partridge, Robert W. Peai^ 
son, William R. Pedrick, George W. 
Plummer, Phineas B. Robinson, John 
R. Rollins, George R. Rowe, Aretes 
R. Sanborn, John C. Sanborn, Frank 
L. Sargent, fGeorge W. Sargent, 
Caleb Saunders, Daniel Saunders, 
Daniel Saunders, jr., Edgar J. Sher- 
man, James H. Stannard, William 
Stevens, Andrew C. Stone, Albert D. 
Swan, David S. Swan, Patrick Swee- 
ney, John K. Tarbox, Robert H. 
Tewksbury, Wm. P. Thompson, Na- 
thaniel G. White, William H. P. 
Wright. 

Lynn, Daniel Alley, Gustavus An- 
drews, David Austin, Charles C. 
Ayer, Ezra Baker, Edwin Q. Batch- 
elder, Jacob Batchelder, John Batch- 
elder, John W. Berry, Samuel J. Ber- 
ry, Abijah E. Blood, Andrews Breed, 
Hiram N. Breed, Jos. Breed, 2d, 
Geo. F. Breed, Wilfred Breed, Ed- 
ward A. Berdge, Wm. A. Brown, John 
H. Bubier, James N. Buffum, Geo. H. 
Chase, Charles B. Clough, *01iver 
B. Coolidge, Henry H. Curtice, *Ed- 



ward S. Davis, Thomas Driver, Geo. 

E. Emery, Benjamin V. French, AV^il- 
liam H. Gerrish, John E. (xray, *Jo- 
seph Haines, N. Mortimer liawkes, 
Gilbert C. Hoag, William Howland,, 
Ephraim A. Ingalls, Nathaniel In- 
galls, William F. Johnson, Benj. H. 
Jones, George W. Keene, Charles E. 
Kimball, RuCus Kimball, L;irkin 
A. Lang, James S. Lewis, El- 
bridge Lovejoy, Valentine Meader, 
Edwin J. Medbuiy, Charles Mer- 
ritt, Henry Moore, Ezra W. Mndge, 
Peter M. Neal, Asa T. Newhall, 
Cheever Newhall, Geo. T. Newball, 
Harrison Newhall, James R. Newhall, 
fThomes B. Newhall, AVm. II. Niles, 
Arthur F. L. Norris, Henry C. Oliver, 
Isaiah H. Parrott, Ebon Parsons, Chus. 

F. Patch, Ira J. Patch, fDean Pea- 
body, P^dward K. Phillips, Charles J. 
Plekford, Isaac Pinkhani, William D. 
Pool, Benj. K. Prentiss, Frederirk M. 
Putnam, Thos. P. Riehardson, iSiinou 
J. Rooney, Geo, D. Sargeant, Jas. INI. 
Sargent, Wm. P. Sargent, fWilliani 
Schouler, Robert G. S. Shelton, John 
L. Shorey, N. Everett Silsbee, Her- 
bert A. Smith, Charles H. Stick ney, 
David H. Sweetser, Amos P. Tapley, 
Waldo Thomt)son, Wilder S. Thurs- 
ton, Hall W. Tibbetts, Minoc Tirrell, 
jr., George B. Tolman, Cyrits i\[. Tra- 
ey, Ebenezer Trask, Geo. B. Tr.cker, 
fGardiner Tufts, Roland G. Usher, 
Jabez Wood, John P. Woodbury. 

Lynnjield, Johi; Dantbrth, Josiah 
Newhall. — Lynnjield Centre, Geo. L. 
Hawkes, Jacob Hood, Andrew Mans- 
field, John Perkins. 

Manchester, David B. Kimball, J no. 
Lee, John Price. 

MarUehead, Sam. Bowden, f Wra. B. 
Brown, William H. Coates, John J. 
Conway, Simeon Dodge, *William 
Fabens, Thomas Foss, William (iilley, 
jr., Jas. Gregorv, fJohn F. Harris, 
J. H. Orne, Wm. W. Pratt, William 
Reynolds, Samuel S. Ti-efr\-. 

Methuen, Chas. F. Abbott, Joseph 
E. Buswell, fGerr}' W. Cochrane, 
John Davis, Jacob Emerson, jr., John 
W. Frederick, George W. Gage, 
Charles E. Goss, Joseph Ho we, Jos. S. 
Howe, Jos. F. Ingalls, John Low, Da- 
rius Pierce, Wm. M. Rogers, Eben- 
ezer Sawyer, Sanmel G. Sawyer. 

Middleton, Joseph A. Bati-helder, 
Eben S. Phelps. 

Nahant, Francis B. Crowninshicld, 
Washington H. Johnson. 

Newbury, Moses Colman, William 
Little. — Byfield, Henry E. Pearson, 
Hermon D- Rogers, Martin Root. 



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MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 



Newburyport, David J. Atkins, 
*Jolm Akeriuan, Edward F. Bartlett, 
Isaac H. Boardman, William H. 
Brewster, John T. Brown, Frederic 
D. Burnham, George W. Clark, 
Frederick J. Coffin, Stephen Collins, 
Albert Currier, William E. Currier, 
tCaleb Gushing, William Cashing, 
Charles C. Dame, Nathaniel Foster, 
B. Gardner Gerrish, Joseph G. Ger- 
rish, William Graves, Nathaniel Gree- 
ley, Albert W. Greenleaf,. Joshua 
Hale, Josiah L. Hale, Moses E. Hale, 
Richard C. Hale, Nathaniel Hills, 
Philip K. Hills, Jacob Hoiton^ Fran- 
cis A. Howe, Thomas Huse, Geo. W. 
Jackman, yc., Harrison G. Johnson, 
*Caleb Lamson, Micajah Lunty*Ste- 
pheii W, Marston, Jolin A. Maynanl, 
David J. Merrill, Amos W. Mooiiey, 
*Edwar<i S. Moseley, C. Osgood 
Morse, Nathan A. Moulian, Henry 
W. Moulton, AmosNoyes, P^dwardL. 
Noyes-, *Moses Pettingell, Nathaniel 
Pierce, t^aniel P. Pike, John N. 
Pike, Richard Plumer, *Edward VV. 
Rand, iNloses D. Randidl, George K. 
Stevens, *EdmLind Smith, Wooster 
Smith, fEben F. Stone. Jacob Stone, 
William Thurston, David Wood. 

North Andover, Joseph F. Allen, 
PhiueasW. Barnes, "I Wilham J.Dale, 
George L. Davis, James M. Hubbard, 
Theron Johnson, John F. Kimball, 
Horace N. Stevens, JNIoses T. Stevens, 
Eben Sutton, Louis Weil. 

Peabrxly, fAlired A. Abbott, Lewis 
Allen, Sidney C Bancroft^ John B. 
Clement, Geoi-ge Holman, Edward 
W. J;icobs, William H. Little, Jere- 
miah T. Mahoney, Edward McCar- 
thy, George A. Osborne, Benjamin C. 
Perkins, Fitch Poole, Nathan H. 
Poor. fEben S. Poor, Thomas E. 
Proctor, Thomas M. Stimpson, \W\\- 
liam Sutton, Stephen Upton, WiUiam 
Walcott. 

Rockpoft, Zeno A. Appleton, Eben 
Blatchtord, Henry Dennis, Henry 
Dennis, jr., Ezra Eames, Newell 
Giles, John W. Marshall, Alfred Par- 
sons, Calvin W. Pool, George H. Vib- 
ert, Henri N. Wood, Nathaniel F. S. 
York. 

Rowley, George B. Blodgett, Benj. 
P. Mighdl, Benjamin H. Smith, J. 
Scott Todd. 

Salem, Nathaniel K. Allen, *Samuel 
P. Andrews, William Archer, John 
Barlow, John A. Bassett, Ephraim 
Brown, -f^Albert G. Browne, Henry A. 
Brown, John T. Burnham, Samuel B. 
Buttrick, *Joseph S, Cabot, Oliver 
Carlon, f John Chapman, fGeorge F. 



Choate, William S. Cleveland, Wil- 
iam Cogswell, Francis Cox, Henry 
J. Cross, John D. Cross, George 
R. Cur wen, William H. Dalrymple, 
Henry Derby, John H. Derby, *Geo. 
H. Devereux, William C. Endicott, 
William S. Felton, Wm. H. Fletcher, 
George F. Flint, fCaleb Foote, Wm. 
H. Foster, Charles B. Fowler, Rufus 
B. Gifford, James A. Gillis, Abner C. 
Goodell, jr., Frederick Grant, Benj. 

A. Gray, Leonard B. Harrington, 
Mark Haskell, fNathaniel J. Holden, 
George Holman, Thomas F. Hunt, 
*Stephen B. Ives, jr., John Jewett, 
Daniel H. Johnson, Samuel A. John- 
son, Thos. H. Johnson, *Jas. Kimball, 
Walter A. Kezar, John Kinsman,. 
John R. Lak«man, Wm, W. Lander, 
Solomon Lincoln, jr., Thomas Looby^ 
*George R. Lord, George B. Loring, 
J. T. Mahoney, *Micajah B. Mans- 
field, William Maynes, Joseph A. 
Moore, Henry P. Moulton, Ezra F. 
Newell, fWilliam D. Nurthend, Wil- 
liam Northey, -j; Henry K. Oliver, 
Charles S. Osgood, -^Joj^eph B. F. Os- 
good, John Brooks Parker, Wm. B, 
Parker, Edward H. Payson, Geo. H. 
Peirson, Aaron Pei'kins, Benj. C. Per- 
kins, -tJonatban C. Perkins, jairus W^ 
Perry' Chas. A. Phillips, VVillard P. 
Phillips, George D. Phippen, Charles 
H. Price, Robert S. Rantoul, Charles- 
M. Richardson, Chas. W. Richardson. 
Joseph J. Rider, -j: David RobertSr 
James Ropes, George Sanborn, 
Charles SewE^U, James Shats- 
well, James C. StimpsLii, Augustus 
Story, Gilbert L. Streeier, Charles 
E. Symonds, Nathaniel G. Symonds^ 
J. Hardy Towne, fChas, W. Upham, 
William P. Upham, George Upton, 
fEbenN. Walton, *Joseph G. Wattrs, 
*Stephen P. Webb, *GeQrge Wheat- 
land, Stephen 6. Wheatland. 

Salisbury f Moses J. Bartlett, George 
W. Cate, Thomas J. Clark, Benja- 
min E. Fifield, *Josiah B. Gale, Aaron 
Morrill, jr., John Rowell, Azor O. 
Webs.ter, Daniel Webster. — Ea.it Sal- 
isbury, P. Albert True. 

Saugus, Joseph S. Adlington, Geo, 
M. Amerige, Augustus B. Davis, Geo. 
W. Fairbanks, Harmon Hall, Herbert 

B. Newhall, Wilbur F. Newhall, Wil- 
liam H. Newhall, Elijah P. Robinson, 
Albert H. Sweetser, Geo. H. Sweetser. 

Swampscoti, Eli E. Boynton, Phi- 
lander Holden, Samuel C. Pitman. 

Topsfield, Joseph W. Batchelder, 
Charles H. Holmes, Salmon D. Hood, 
Samuel S. McKenzie, *Richard Phil- 
lips. 



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Wenham, Andrew Dodge, Rufus A. 
Dodjre, Simeon Dodge. 

West Newbury, *David L. Ambrose, 
John C. Carr, Edmund Little, Wil- 
liam Merrill, Joseph Newell. 

Trial Justices. 

Amesburij, George Turner. 
Andover, George H. Poor. 
Becerl;/, James Hill. 
Danve'rs (Port), David Mead. 
Georgetown, Orlando B. Tenney. 
Ipswich, Wesley K. Bell. 
Marhlehead, William Fabens. 
Methuen, William M. Rogers. 
Peiibofly, Benjamin C. Perkins. 
Rockport, Henry Dennis. 
Rowley. J. Scott Todd. 
Salisbury, George W. Gate. 
Saugus, Augustus B. Davis. 

Ifotariea Public. 

Amesbury, George Turner. 

Andover, George Foster, George H. 
Poor. 

Beverly, Fred'k W. Choate, Samuel 
Porter, Joseph D. Tuck. 

Bradford, Henry Carter. 

Danvers, J. T. Bly, Edward L. 
Hill. 

Gloucester, James Davis, David W. 
Low, John S. Webber, Cyrus Story. 
— East Gloucester, Humphrey L. 
Calder. 

Haverhill, David Boynton, Charles 
H. Coffin, John L. Hobson, Joseph 
K. Jenness, John J. Marsh. 

Ipswich, Charles A Sayward. 



Lawrence, John F. Cogswell, W. 
Fisk Gile, Nathan W. Harmon, Na- 
thaniel G. White. 

Lynn, Edward S. Davis, Nathan M. 
Hawkes, William Rowland, James 
R. Newliall, Minot Tirrell, jr., Cyrus 
M. Tracy. 

Marblehead, Samuel Bowden, Wil- 
liam Fabens, James liregory. 

Methuen, William M. Rogers. 

Newbm-yport, Edward F. Bartlett. 
Isaac H. Boardman, John T. Brown, 
Henry W. Chapman, Edward W, 
Rand. 

Peabody, Alfred A. Abbott, Benja- 
min C Perkins, Fitch Poole. 

Salem, Samuel P. Andrews, Wni. 
C. Endicott, Daniel P. Fitz, James 

A. Gillis, Henry P. Guilford, Joseph 

B. F. Osgood, Gilbert L. Streeter, 
Joseph G. Waters. Stephen P. Wet)b. 

Salisbury, Thomas J. Clark. 

Coroners. 

Amesbury, George Turner. 

Andover, Stephen Tracy. 

Danvers, Richard Hood. 

Georgetown, Joseph P. Stickney. 

Gloucester, J. Franklin Dyer. 

Haverhill, William Jefllers, Francis 
J. Stevens. 

Lawrence (special), John Stowe, 
William D. Lamb. 

Lynn, Hiram N. Breed, Joseph G. 
Pinkham. 

Marblehead, William Gilley, jr. 

Newburyport, James VV. Cheney, 
Edward W. Rand. 



FRANKLIN COUNTY. 

Incorporated, June 24, 1811. 
Shire Town, Greenfield. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Judge of Probate and Insolvency,. . . . Chester C. Conant, Greenfield. 

Register of Probate and Insolvency,. . Francis M. Thovapson,.. .Greenfeld. 

Clerk of Courts, Edward E. Lyman, Greenfield. 

Register of Deeds, Humphrey Stevens, Greenfield. 

County Treasurer, Bela Kellogg, Greenfield. 

n jr TT en .- ^ Lewis Merriam, Greenfield. 

Overseers of House of Correction,. . -l •' 

( Rufus Howland, Greenfield. 

Sheriff, Solomon C. Wells, Greenfield. 

Deputy Sheriffs. 



Ashfield, Job Lilley. 
Charlemont, Charles Peck. 
Coleraine, Shubael B. Buck. 
Conway, Gordon H. Johnson. 
Deerfield (South), Austin Ware. 
Greenfield, Lorenzo D. Jo^lyn, 



Geo. A. Kimball, Chauncey Bry- 
ant. 

Montague, William W. Thayer. 

Northfield, Elisha Alexander. 

New SaUm, Willard S. Gill. 

Orange, James H. Clark. 

Shelhurne Falls, H. S. Swan. 

Shutesbury, John H. Forbes. 



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Deputies in Hampshire County. 

Amherst, Frederick A. Palmer. 
Northampton, Ansel Wriglit, jr. 

Jailer and Master of House of Cor- 
rection. 

Solomon C. Wells, Greenfield. 
Sessions of Probate Court. 

At Conway, 3d Tu. in May. 

At Greenfield, 1st Tu. of every 
month except November. 

At Northfield, on the "id Tu. in May 
and September, 

At Orange, 2d Tu. in March and 
Dec. and 3d Tu. in June, and next 
after 2d Tu.in July. 

At Shelburne Falls, on the 2d Tu. 
in Feb., and 4th Tu. in May and Oct. 

Sessions of Court of Insolvency. 

At Greenfield, on the 1st Monday 
in each month. 

County Commissioners. 

Nelson Burrows, Gill; Geo. D. 
Crittentlen, Buckland ; R. N. Oakman, 
Montague. 

Special Commissioners, William C. 
Campbell, Conway; Humphrey Leach, 
Leverelt. 

Times of Meeting. — At Greenfield, 
1st Tu. in March and Sept., and 2d 
Tu. in June and Dec. 

Commissioners of Insolvency. 

Greenfield, Geo. W. Bartlett, Almon 
Brainard. 

Shelburne, H. M. Puffer. 

Public Administrator. 

Greenfield, Humphrey Stevens. 

Masters in Chancery. 

Greenfield, Chester C. Conant 

Samuel O. Lamb. 

Commissioners to Qualify Civil 
Offieeis. 

Charlemonf, Ansel L. Tyler; East 
Charlemont, Roger H. Leavitt. 

Greenfield, Almon Brainard, Ches- 
ter C. Conant, Wendell T. Davis, 
George Grennell, Whiting Griswold, 
Edward E. Lyman, Humphrey Stev- 
ens. 

Orange, Rufus D. Chase, John C. 
Felt, Davis Goddard, Edwin Sione, 
Hiram Woodward. 

Justices of the Peace. 

{Including Justices of the Peace ami Qiiornm, desig- 
nated hy a* ^ and Justices throvghimt the Vojnmon- 
uealtli, designated by a f.) 

AshfieJd, Lot Bassett, Silas Blake, 
Alvin Perry, Henry S. Ranney. — 
South Ashfield, Wait Bement, Charles 
H. Day. 

Bernardston, Silas N. Brooks. Bry- 



ant S. Burrows, William Dwight, 
Aretas Ferry, Ebenezer S. Hulbert. 

Buckland, Ezekiel D. Bement, 
Fayette Nichols, Josiah Trow. — Shel- 
burne Falls, James S. Halligan. 

Charlemont, Richard E. Field, B. 
Parsons Mansfield, Joseph H. Sears, 
Ansel L. Tyler. — East Charlemont, 
Hart Leavitt, Roger H. Leavitt, Ash- 
ley R. White. 

Coleraine, Orson B. Curtis, Fred. 
W. Mather, Hugh B. Miller, David 
L. Smith. 

Comvay, Henry W. Billings, Edwin 
Cooley, Austin Rice, John Sprague, 
John D. Todd. 

Deerfield, Wm. D. Bates, Dexter 
Childs, Henry S. Childs, Virgil M. 
Howard, Ransom N. Porter, George 
Sheldon, Christopher A. Stebbins. — 
South Deerfield, Charles Stowell, Arte- 
mas Williams. 

Erving, Newton J. Benjamin, Noah 
Rankin. — Miller's Falls, Daniel P. 
Abercrombie. 

Florida, Nahum P. Brown. 

Gill, Nelson Burrows, Josiah D. 
Canning, Roswell Field, Otis F. Hale, 
Jonathan S. Purple. 

Greenfield, *David Aiken, George 
W. Bartlett, Joseph Beals, Edward 
Benton, *A]mon Brainard, Matthew 
Chapman, Chester C. Conant, fWen- 
dell T. Davis, *Austin DeWolf, Wm. 
Elliot, Samuel S. Eastman, Joseph P. 
Felton, Charles K. Grennell, fGeo. 
Grennell, *Whiting Griswold, Wm. 
S. B. Hopkins, Rulus Rowland, Sam'l 
O. Lamb, Theo. Leonard, Edward E. 
Lyman, Samuel J. Lyons, Lewis Mer- 
riam, Bowdoin S. Parker, *Sam'l H. 
Reed, Fred. G. Smith, Humphrey 
Stevens, Francis M. Thompson, Anson 
K. Warner, -j-Wm. B. Washburn, Noah 
S. Wells, Gorham D. Williams. 

Hawley, William O. Bassett, John 
Brown. 

Heath, Aaron Dickinson, Daniel 
Gale, Wm. M.Maxwell. 

Leverett, Luther Dudley, Alden C. 
Fiehl, Sanibrd S. Graves. — North Lev- 
erett, Humphrey S. Leach. 

Leyden, George Childs, Avery J. 
Dennison, David Mowry, Henry Shel- 
don. 

Monroe, David Goodell, Asahel 
Gore. 

Montague, Amos Adams, Philander 
Boutwell. Robert B. Campbell, Isaac 
Chenery, Harrison F. Root, Joseph 
H. Root. 

New Salem, Samuel Giles,Elijah F. 
Porter, VVillard Putnam, Jabez Saw- 
yer, Samuel H. Stowell. — Millington^ 



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Lyman E. Moore, Francis W. New- 
land. — North New Salem, Beriah W. 
Fay, F. W. Newland. 

Northfield, Joseph B. Callender, 
Edward' Wells Col ton, Samuel W. 
Dutton, Marshall S.Meade, Samuel H. 
Moody, Charles Os^rood, Albert C. 
Parsons, Charles Pomeroy. — North- 
field Farms, Simeon A Field. 

Orange, Rufus D. Chase, Andrew 
J. Clark, Samuel S. Dexter, John C. 
Felt, Levi Gage, jr., Davis Goddard, 
Georse A. Maynard, fEdwin Stone, 
Franklin L. Waters, John W. Wheel- 
er, Geo. A. Whipple, Hiram Wood- 
ward. — North Orange, Philbrook 
Worrock. 

Ruwe, Samuel P. Everett, James 
M. Ford, Humphrey Gould. 

Shelburne, Orsamus O. Bardwell, 
Charles M. Duncan, Plhiy Fisk, Elam 
Kellogg. — Shelburne Falls, Samuel D. 
Bardwell, Samuel T. Field, Alanson 
K. Hawks, Arthur Maxwell, Henry 
M. Puffer. 

Shutesbury, Hardin Hemenway, 
Samuel H. Stowell. 

Sunderland, Henry J. Graves, 
fHorace Lyman, Albert Montague, 
John M. Smith, Levi P. Warner, D. 
Dwight "Whitmore. — South Deerfield, 
Nathaniel G. Trow. 

Warwick, Arlon S. Atherton, J. F. 



Bridge, Clark Stearns, James Stock- 
well. 

Wendell, Thomas D. Brooks. Wen- 
dell Depot, John C. Holston. 

Whatelt/, James M. Crafts, Samuel 
Lesure, Justin R. Smith, Samuel B. 
White. East Whatehj, Elihu Belden. 
Trial Justices. 

Charlemont, Richard E. Field. 

Conway, Henry W. Billings. 

GreenfieM, Almon Brainard, Wen- 
dell T. Davis. 

Montague, Joseph H. Root. 

New Salem, Willard Putnam. 

Northfield, Samuel W. Dutton. 

Orange, Hiram Woodward. 

Shelburne Falls, Samuel D. Bard- 
well. 

Sunderland, Albert Montague. 

Wotaries Public. 

Conway, Henry W. Billings. 

Greenfield, William H. Allen, AV en- 
dell T. Davis, Charles K. Grennell, 
Lewis Merriam. 

Orange, Rufus D. Chase. 

Shelburne Falls, Alanson K. Hawks, 
Arthur Maxwell. 

Coroners. 
Deerfield, Moses Stebbins. 
Gill, Roswell Purple. 
Greenfield, Rufus Rowland, Sam'l 
J. Lyons ; special, Alii-ed Wells. 



HAMPDEN COUNTY. 



Incorporated, February 20, 1812. 



COUNTY 
Judge of Probate and Insolvency .... 
Register of Probate and Insolvency. . 

Clerk of Courts 

Register of Deeds 

County Treasurer 

Overseers of House of Correction, . 

Sheriff 

Deputy SheriflFs. 

Blandford, F. C. Knox. 
Chester, John C. GamwoU. 
Chicopee, N. Cutler. 
Chicopee (Falls), Frank H. Morton. 
Granville, Ethan D. Dickinson. 
Holyoke, Thomas H. Wellington. 
Ludlow, Davenport L. Fuller. 
Mon^on, Edward P. Newton. 
Palmer, James S. Loomis. 



OFFICERS. 

William S. Shurtleff Springfield. 

Samuel B. Spooner Springfield. 

George B. Morris Springfield. 

James E. Russell Springfield. 

M. Wells Bridge Springfield. 

George Dwight Springfield. 

Gideon Wells Springfield. 

E. V. B. Holcomb Chicopee. 

Addison M. Bradley Springfield 

Palmer (Thorndike), Geo. Moores. 

Springfield, David A. Adams, A. H. 
G. Lewis, W. H. H. Blair, F. K. 
Lathrop. 

Tolland, Phillip L. C. Slocum. 

Westfield, Merritt Van Deusen, 
Timothy M. Cooley. 

West Springfield, William C Hatcli. 

Wilbraham (North), E. C. Colton. 

WUbraham (South), Moses H. War- 
ren. 



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Jailer. 

Joseph S. Noble, Springfield. 
Sessions of Probate Court. 

At Monson, 2d Tu. of June. 

At Palmer, 2d Tu. of Sept. 

Springfield, 1st Tu. of Jan., Feb., 
Mar., April, May, June, July, Sept., 
Nov., Dec. 

At Westfield, 3d Tu. Mar., June, 
Sept, and Dec. 

Sessions Court of Insolvency. 
At Springfield, 2d and 4th Sat. of 
each month. 

County Commissioners. 
Wm. M. Lewis, Blandford, term 
expires Dec. 1872. George R. Towns- 
ley, Springfield, term expires Dec. 
1873. James S. Loomis, Palmer, 
term expires Dec. 1874. 

Special Commissioners. 
S. G. Southworth, Chicopee, term 
expires Dec. 1874. Andrew Camp- 
bell, 2d, Westfield, term expires Dec. 
1874. 

Times of meeting. — At Springfield, 
d Tu. of April, 1st Tu. of Oct., and 
th Tu. of June and Dec. 

Commissioners of Insolvency. 
Palmer, James G. Allen ; Aga- 
wam, Charles C. Wright ; Westfield, 
Henry B. Lewis. 

Public Administrator, 
Palmer, James G. Allen. 

Master in Chancery. 
Springfield, Henry W. Bosworth. 

Commissioners to Qualify Civil Offi- 
cers. 

Palmer, James G. Allen, Gordon 
M. Fisk. 

Springfield, George Bliss, George 
B. Morris, Samuel B. Spooner, Wil- 
liam S. Shurtleff. 

Westfield, William G. Bates, Jas. 
Fowler, Norman T. Leonard, Henry 

B. Lewis, Milton B. Whitney. 
Wilbraham (South), Solomon C. 

Spelman, L. B. Bliss. 

Justices of the Peace. 

{Including Justices of the Peace and Quorum, desig- 
nated by a* ; and Justices thoroughout the Common- 
icealth designated by a \.) 

Agawam, Joseph Bedortha, James 
H. Ferre. — Feeding Hills, Charles 

C, Wright. 

Blandford, Wm. M. Lewis, Elisha 
W. Shepard. — North Blandford, 
Samuel A. Bartholomew. 

Brimfield, *Henry F. Brown, Jas. 
B. Brown, Samuel W. Brown. — 
East Brimfield, Parsons Allen. 

Chester, Joel Haskins, Daniel Gran- 



ger, Chas. W. Knox. — Chester Cen- 
tre, Benjamin B. Eastman, Thad. K. 
Dewolf. — North Chester, Herman 
Powers. 

Chicopee, Ezekiel Blake, Edwin O. 
Carter, Nath'l Cutler, Lester Dickin- 
son, Amory Doohttle, fEnoch V. B. 
Holcomb, George D. Robinson, Sidney 
Sanders, Simon G. Southworth, Phin- 
eas Stedman, Jerome Wells, fJohn 
Wells. — Chicopee Falls, John Her- 
rick, Andrew Hubbard, Edgar T. 
Paige, George S. Taylor. 

Granville (Corners), Rufus H. 
Barlow, Ralph S. Brown, William 
Wells. — West Granville, James M. 
Goodwin. 

Holland, William A. Webber. 
Holyoke, Joseph P. Buckland, Ed- 
win Chase, S. Stewart Chase, Wm. A. 
Chase, Chester Crafts, Chas. H. Hey- 
wood, Daniel E. Kingsbury, Robert 
Mitchell, Jos. Murray, William B. C. 
Pearsons, Albert A. Tyler, *Porter 
Underwood. 

Longmeadow, Gad. O. Bliss, Dimon 
Chandler, Stephen T. Colton. — East 
Longmeadow, George W. Converse, 
Oliver Wolcott. 

Ludlow, Lemuel H. Bingham, 
Chauncy L. Buell, John P. Hubbard, 
Eli M. Smith, Henry K. Wight. 

Monson, fWilliam'N. Flynt, Char- 
les Fuller, *Austin Fuller, Edward F. 
Morris, George H. Newton, Hiram 
Newton, Calvin S. Pease, Daniel G. 
Potter, Joseph L. Reynolds, Joshua 
Tracy. 

Montgomery, Horace Bartholomew, 
Berijah H. Kagwin. 

Palmer, Braman B. Adams, James 
G. Allen, Alonzo V. Blanchard, 
Enos Calkins, Alonzo B. Chapman, 
John M. Cochran, Alvah M. Higgins, 
Jas. S. Loomis. — Thorndike, Frank 
M. Murdock,Gamaliel Collins, Charles 
L. Gardner, George T. Hill, Abra- 
ham R. Murdock. — Bond's Village, 
Abraham R. Murdock, jr. — Three 
Rivers, George W. Randall, Dwight 
M. Stebbins. 

Russell, Nelson D. Parks, Roland 
Parks. 

Southwick, Sardis Gillett, Seymour 
L. Granger, Amasa Holcomb, Henry 
B. Judkins, Ran s ford W. Kellogg, 
Joseph W. Rockwell, Carmi Shurtleff. 
Springfield, Waitstill H. Allis, 
fHenry Alexander, jr., Stephen C. 
Bemis, Augustine Burt, Ephraim W. 
Bond, Henry W. Bosworth, Melville 
W. Bridge, Albert D. Briggs, Jo- 
seph W. Brown, Timothy M. Brown, 
Horatio N. Case, Wm. G. Chamber- 



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Iain, Justin M. Cooley, Chauncey L. 
Covell, Hugh Donnelly, Hiram E. 
Emery, Albert T. Folsom, Edmund 
Freeman, Joseph B. Gardiner, Homer 
G. Gilmore, William S. Greene, 
Sanford J. Hall, Erastus Hayes, 
Roger B. Hildreth, Joseph W. 
Holmes, Eli A. Hubbard, Henry S. 
Hyde, James Kirkham, Marcus P 
Knowlton, Charles R. Ladil, fEd- 
ward H. Lathrop. Henry S. Lee, 
Neheoiiah A. Leonard, Chas. Marsh, 
Elisha B. Maynard, James E. Mc- 
Intire, William E. Montague, Roger 
S. Moore, Edward Morris, *Henry 
Morris, George B. Morris, Robert O. 
Morris, *James H. Morton, Simeon 
Newell, f James Parker, Wm. Patton, 
fSmith R. Phillips, Marcellus Pinney, 
Sam'l W. Porter, Joseph C. Pynchon, 
*Caleb Rice, Charles W. Rice, Wil- 
liam B. Rogers, James A. Rum- 
rill, James E. Russell, Stephen E. 
Seymour, Charles L. Shaw, William 
S. Shurtleff, Heman Smith, *Wm. 
L. Smith, Augustus L. Soule, Samuel 
B. Spooner, John M. Stebbins, fWm. 
Stowe, Andrew Titus, fJames M. 
Thompson, Lewis A. Tifft, fEliphalet 
Trask, Stephen C. Warriner, fGeo. 
Walker, Gideon Wells, Luther White, 
Chas. A. Winchester. — Indian Or- 
chard, Calvin J. Eaton. 

Tolland, Aurelius Fowler, Geo. W. 
Granger, Fowler T. Moore, Philander 
F. Twining. 

Wa/e.s-, Ferdinand L. Burley, Ab- 
salom Gardiner. 

Westfield, fWilliam G. Bates, Phin- 
eas L. Buell, Andrew L. Bush, Timo- 
thy M. Dewey, f James Fowler, Sam'l 
Fowler, * Henry Fuller, f Edward 
B. Gillett, *Norman T. Leonard, 
*Henry B. Lewis, Leicester Loomis, 
Asa P. Rand, Robert B. Robinson, 
Millard L. Robinson, Homer B. 
Stevens, Asa B. Whitman, Milton B. 
Whitney. 

West Springfield, Richard Beebe, 
John M. Harmon, Edward Parsons, 
Henry A. Phelon, George C. S. South- 
worth, Justin L. Worthy. 

Wilbraham, A. Jackson Blanchard, 
*Luther B. Bliss, John M. Merrick, 



Ira G. Potter, Francis J. Warner. — 
South Wilbraham, Sumner Smith, 
Solomon C. Spellman, William P. 
Spelman. 

Trial Justices. 

Chester, Daniel Granger. 

Granville (West), James M. Good- 
win. 

Holyohe, William B. C. Pearsons, 
Porter Underwood. 

Monson, Joshua Trac^y. 

Palmer, Charles L. Gardner. 

Westfield, Samuel Fowler, Henry 
B. Lewis. 

West Springfield, Geo. C. S. South- 
worth. 

Wilbraham (South), Solomon C. 
Spellman. 

Notaries Public. 
Chicopee, Edward P. Nettleton, 
Edward H. Lothrop, George D. Rob- 
inson, George M. Stearns, Luther 
White. 

Holyoke, Edward W. Chapin, Chas. 
W. Ranlet, Porter Underwood. 

Monson, Edward F. Mori is, Joel B. 
Williams. 

Palmer, James G. Allen. 

Springfield, Peter S. Bailey, T. Al- 
den Curtis, Wm. S. Greene, Frederic 
H. Harris, Edward H. Hyde, Henry 
S. Lee, Edward H. Lothrop, James 
E. INIcIntire, Edward Morris, Henry 
M. Phillips, Smith R. Phillips, James 
M. Porter, James A. Rumrill, Stephen 
E. Seymour, Henry K. Simonds, John 
M. Stebbins, James M. Thompson. 

Westfield, Andrew L. Bush, Henry 
Fuller, Henry B. Lewis, Asa P. 
Rand, Homer B. Stevens, Milton B. 
Whitney. 

Chicopee, Simon G. Southworth. 

Coroners. 

Holyoke, Charles Blodgett, Edgar S. 
Draper, Luther F. Humeston, Daniel 
E. Kingsbury. 

Springfield, Cornelius F. Coleman, 
Stephen C. Bemis, Timothy Henry, 
John Hooker, Wm. E. Montague, Eli- 
phalet Trask. 

Westfield, Jehiel Abbott. 



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HAMPSHIRE COUNTY. 

Incorporated, May 7, 1662. 
Shire Town, Northampton. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Judge of Probate and Insolvency, .... Samuel F. Lyman, Northampton. 

Register of Probate and Insolvency,. Luke Lyman, Northampton. 

Clerk of Courts, .... William P. Strickland,. .iVorfAani^Jion. 

Register of Deeds, Henry P. Billings, Hatfield. 

County Treasurer, Henry S Gere Northampton. 

C William P. Str'K-kX&ndi,.. Northampton. 

Overseers of House of Correction,. . < Marvin M. French,. . . .Northampton. 

(. Daniel Kingsley, Northampton. 

Sheriff, Henry A. Longley, Northampton. 



JDeputy Sheriflfa. 
Amherst, Frederick A Palmer. 
Belchertown, Samuel W. Longley. 
Chesterfield, Spencer Tower. 
Cummington, Arunsford Rhoades. 
Easthampton, J. Lyman Campbell. 
Enfield, Henry M. Potter. 
Hadley, Enos E. Cook. 
Huntington, G. M. Lindsey. 
Northampton, Ansel Wright, Ansel 
Wright, jr., E. V. Lilley. 

Plainfield, Leonard Campbell. 
South Hadley, Samuel N. Miller. 
Ware, Samuel H. Phelps. 

Deputies in Hampden County. 

Holyoke, Thomas H. Wellington. 
Westfield, L. B. Walkley. 

Deputies in Franklin County. 
Greenfield, Lorenzo D. Joslyn, 
Chauncey Bryant. 

Jailer and Master of House of Cor- 
rection. 

Henry A. Longley, Northampton. 
Sessions of Probate Court. 

At Amherst, 2d Tu. in Jan. and 
Aug. 

At Belchertown, 2d Tu. in May and 
Oct. 

At Northampton, 1st Tu. of every 
month. 

At Williamsburg, 3d Tu. in May 
and Oct. 

Sessions of Court of Insolvency. 

At Northampton, 2d Wednesday of 
every month. 

County Commissioners. 

Samuel M. Cook, Granby, term 
expires December, 1872; Elisha A. 
Edwards, Southampton, 1873; Justin 
Thayer, Northampton, 1874. 



Special Commissioners, Elnathan 
Graves, Williamsburg, 1874 ; A. Ralph 
Owen, Belchertown, 1874. 

Times of Meeting. — At Northamp- 
ton, 1st Tu. in Mar., Sept., and, Dec, 
and Tu. next after 2d Monday of 
June, annually. 

Commissioners of Insolvency. 
Belchertown, Franklin Dickinson. 
Enfield, Charles S. Richards. 
Williamsburg, Benj. S. Johnson. 

Public Administrators. 
Northampton, Samuel L. Parsons. 
Ware, Otis Lane. 

Commissioners to Qualify Civil 
Oflacers. 

Amherst, Ithamar F. Conkey, Ed- 
ward Dickinson. 

Belchertoivn, Calvin Bridgman. 

Enfield, Josiah B. Woods. 

Northampton, Haynes H. Chilson, 
Harvey Kirkland, Henry A. Longley, 
Wm. P. Strickland, Oliver Warner, 
Eliphalet Williams. 

Southampton, Elisha A. Edwards. 

Ware, William Hyde, Franklin D. 
Richards, Charles A. Stevens. 

Justices of the Peace. 

(Including Justices of the Peace and Quorum, desig- 
nated by a *, and Justices throughout the Common- 
wealth designated by a t) 

Amherst, Forster P. Ainsworth, 
Simeon Clark, Wm. S. Clark, fltha- 
mar F. Conkey, Geo Cutler, fEdward 
Dickinson, Wm. A. Dickinson, Abner 
G. Mosman, Frederick A. Palmer, 
Oliver Pease, j-Levi Stockbridge. — 
North Amherst, Edward P. Cushman, 
D. B. Nelson Fish. 

Belchertown, Leonard Barrett, 
Franklin Dickinson, Thos. R. Greene, 
Asahel Goodell, Joshua G. Longley, 
*Samuel W. Longley. 



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Chesterfield, Albert Nichols, Orson 
M. Pearl, Loren L. Tower. 

Cummington, Francis H. Dawes, 
Darius W. Lovell, Nathan Orcutt. — 
Wcftt Cummington, Fordyce Whit- 
marsh. 

Dana, Daniel Stone. 

Easthampton, William G. Bassett, 
Lafayette Clapp, George S. Clark, 
Charles B. Johnson, fHoratio G. 
Knight, Moses H. Leonard, Lanren 

D. Lyman, Edmund H. Sawyer, Al- 
fred L. Strong, Seth Warner, Charles 

E. Williams, Joseph W. Winslow. 
Enfeld, Ezra Gary, Geo. A. Ellis, 

Horace Hunt, William B. Kimball, 
*Charles Richards. 

Go:<hen, Alvan Barrus, Calvin A. 
Packard. 

Granhy, Philo Chapin, Charles S. 
Ferry. 

Greemvich, David Allen. — Green- 
ivich Village, Cullen Warner. 

Hadley, George Allen, Simon F. 
Cooley, Royal M. Montague, fEleazer 
Porter, William P. Porter, Rodney 
Smith, William S. Shipman, Samuel 
C. Wilder. 

Hatfield, Henry P. Billings, Sam'l 
P. Billings, William H. Dickinson, 
Horace W. Field, John T. Fitch, 
George W. Hubbard, Silas G. Hub- 
bard, Henry S. Porter. 

Huntington, f Allred M. Copeland, 
John Parks, Elijah N. Woods. 
Middlefield, *John L. Bell. 

Northampton, Wm. Allen, f Osmyn 
Baker, Henry P. Billings, Daniel 
W. Bond, HaynesH. Chilson, *Chas. 
Delano, Geo. B. Drury, Pliny Earle, 
William B. Hale, James S. Hartwell, 
John C. Hammond, Henry R. Hinck- 
ley, fHarvey Kirkland, Henry A. 
Longley, Caleb Loud, Luke Lyman, 
fSamuel F. Lyman, Chauncey H. 
Pierce, Enos Parsons, *A. Perry 
Peck, C. Edgar Smith, Oran Storer, 
Milo J. Smith, *Samuel T. Spaulding, 
Haynes K. Starkweather, William H. 
Stoddard, Wm. P. Strickland, Justin 
Thayer, f Oliver Walker, Lewis War- 
ner, John Whittlesey, f Oliver War- 
ner, James L. Warriner, Eliphalet 
Williams, Lucien B. Williams. Flor- 
ence, Emery C. Davis, Horace K. Par- 
sons, Isaac D. Smith. 

Pelham, John Jones. 

Plainfield. Frederic E. Campbell, 
Albert Dyer, Jason Richards. Ash- 
field, Wm. A. Bates. 



Prescolt, Liberty Crosett. North 
Prescolt, Frederic N. Peirce. 

Southampton, Elisha A. Edwards 
Isaac Parsons. 

South Hadley, G. Morgan Smith 

South Hadley Falls, Joseph Bard- 
well, R. Ogden Dwight, Hiram 
Smith, jr., Henry W. Taylor, Ira B. 
Wright. 

Ware, Sylvester B. Bond, Henry 
C. Davis, Wm. C. Eaton, Lewis N. 
Gilbert, Joseph Hartwell, tWilliam 
Hyde, fOtis Lane, Milton Lewis, Ed- 
ward E. Parker, Samuel H. Phelps, 
Franklin D. Richards, Addison Sand- 
ford, fCharles A. Stevens, Charles E. 
Stevens, Philo D. Willis. 

Westhampton, Anson Chapman, 
Thos. C. Davenport, Fredk. H. Judd. 

Williamsburg, Thos. M. Carter, 
fStephen M. Crosby, John B. Glea- 
son, Frederick L. Hayden, Addison 
H. White. 

Worihington, John Adams, Charles 
K. Brewster, Elisha H. Brewster, 
Daniel T. Hewitt. 

Trial Justices. 

Amherst, Oliver Pease. 

Btlchertown, Franklin DIckinsoYi. 

Cummington, Francis H. Dawes. 

Easthampton, Wm. G. Bassett. 

Enfield, Chas. Richards. 

Huntington, Alfred M. Copeland. 

Northampton, C. Edgar Smith. 

South Hadley Falls, R. Ogden 
Dwight. 

Ware, Franklin D. Richards. 

Worthington, Elisha H. Brewster. 
Notaries Public. 

Amherst, Ithamar F. Conkey, Ed- 
ward Dickinson. 

Belchertown, Franklin Dickinson. 

Easthampton, Wm. G. Bassett, Ed- 
mund H. Sawyer. 

Northampton, Chas. Delano, Chas. 
G. Delano, Harvey Kirkland, Enos 
Parsons, A. Perry Peek, Chauncey 
H. Pierce, C. Edgar Smith, Isaac D. 
Smith, Samuel T. Spaulding, Oliver 
Walker. Florence, Henry H. Bond. 

South Hadley Falls, R. Ogden 
Dwight. 

Southampton, Elisha A. Edwards. 

Ware, Wm. S. Hyde, Otis Lane. 
Coroners. 

Easthampton, Joseph W. Winslow. 

Hadley, Eleazer Porter. 

Northampton, Ansel Wright. Spe- 
cial, Ansel Wright, jr. 



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MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 

Incorporated, May 10, 1643. 

Shire Towns, Cambridge and Lowell. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Judge, of Probate and Lisolvency, . . . . Wm. A. Richardson, Cambridge. 

Register of Probate and Insolvency,,. . Joseph H. Tyler,. .(East) Cambridge. 

Assistant,, " " .. Isaac F. Jones,. . .(East) Cambridge. 

Clerk of the Courts, Theodore C. Hurd, . . . .Framingham. 

Assistant, " John J. Sawyer, Somerville. 

Register of Deeds (South District). . . Chas. B. Stevens, ..(J5^asi) Cambridge. 

Register of Deeds (North District),.. . Ithamar W. Beard, Lowell. 

County Treasurer, Amos Stone, Charlestown. 

r G. D. B. Blanchard, Maiden. 

Overseers of House of Correction, . . < James M. Usher, Medford. 

( Thomas Rice, jr., Newton. 

Sheriff, Charles Kimball, Lowell. 



Deputy Sheriffs. 

Ayer, Abel T. Lawton. 

Cambridge (East), Luther L. Par- 
ker. 

Charlestown, Jonathan Oldham. 

Concord, John B. Moore. 

Framingham, Jos. G. Bannister. 

Groton, Asa S. Lawrence. 

Hopkinton, Jonathan Whittemore. 

Hudson, Charles H. Robinson. 
, Lowell, Jefferson Bancroft, Wm. 
H. Clemence 

Maiden, Charles H. Rhoades. 

Melrose, John H. Clark. 

Medford, John T. White. 

Natick, E. H. Brigham. 

Townsend, B. F. Lewis. 

Waltham, Ebon W. Fiske. 

Woburn, Horace Callamore. 
Jailers. 

Cambridge, Charles J. Adams. 

Lowell, Charles Kimball. 

Master of House of Correction. 

Cambridge (East), Chas. J. Adams. 
Sessions of Probate Court. 

At Cambridge, 1st, 2d, and 4th 
Tu. of each month, except August. 

At Concord, 1st Tu. in Jan., Mar., 
May, and Oct. 

At Lowell, 3d Tu. of Jan., March, 
May, and July. 
Sessions of the Court of Insolvency. 

At Lowell, 3d Tu. of Jan., March, 
May, July, Sept., and Nov. 

At Cambridge, 2d and 4th Wed. of 
each month, except August, and on 
other days by special assignment and 
adjournment. 



County Commissioners. 

Leonard Huntress, Tewk-tbury, term 
expires Jan. 1873; Joseph H. Waitt, 
Maiden, Jan. 1874; Harrison Har- 
wood, Natick, Jan. 1875. 

Special Commissioners. — Lyman 
Dike, Stoneham, Jan. 1875 ; Samuel 
Staples, Concord, Jan. 1875. 

Times and Places of Meeting. — 
At Cambridge, 1st Tu. of Jan. and 
June ; at Lowell, 1st Tu. of Sept. 

Commissioners of Insolvency. 

Cambridge, John W. Hammond. 

Lowell, George Stevens. 

Marlborough, Wm. B. Gale. 

Public Administrators. 

Charlestown, Duncan Bradford. 

Lowell, Jonathan Ladd, George 
Stevens. 

Masters in Chancery. 

Cambridge (East), Joseph H. 
Tyler. 

Charlestown, Henry W. Bragg, Jo- 
seph H. Cotton. 

Lowell, Chas. F. Howe. 

Newton, William S. Gardner. 

Tewksbury, Arthur P. Bonney. 

Commissioners to Qualify Civil 
Oflftcers. 

Ayer, E. D. Bancroft, James C. 
Parsons. 

Cambridge (East), Isaac F. Jones. 

Charlestown, Andrew J. Bailey, 
John W. Pettengill, Bickford Pulsifer, 
Amos Stone, Phinehas J. Stone, Geo. 
Washington Warren. 

Concord, Geo. M. Brooks, George 
Heywood. 



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Frammgham, Colman S. Adams, 
Moses Edgell. 

Groton, Benj. P. Dix, George D. 
Brighaiu. 

Lowell, Nathan Crosby, Charles C 
Hutchinson, George Stevens, IS. W. 
Stickney. 

J'epperell, Christopher W. Bellows. 

Shirley, James O. Parker. 

S oneham, Dexter Bueknam, Geo. 
W. Dike, Alonzo V. Lynde. 

Justices of the Peace. 

{Including Justices of the Peace awl Quorum, de- 
siffiittlcdb// a', and , Justices tliroughuut the Conmioii- 
vvaltll, designated by af.) 

Acton, Luther Conant, Ebenezer 
Davi?, Samuel llosmer, Isaac G. Reed, 
Henry M. Smith, * Moses Taylor, 
William D. Tuttle, Daniel Wether- 
bee. — S. Acton, * W. E. Faulkner, 
Jona. K. W.VVetlierbee. — Wetit Acton, 
Nath'l E. Cutter, Andrew Hapgood 

Arlington, John F. -Allen, Ira O. 
Carter, Samuel S. Davis, Addison 
Hill, John O.born, William E. Par- 
nienter, Benjamin Poland, George Y . 
Wellington. 

Ashby, Dennis Fay, Francis W. 
Wright. 

Ashland, Henry Cutler, Wm. F. El- 
lis, Elias Grout, G^'O. W. ISlorse, Geo. 
W. Norris, J. Newton Pike-, William 
Seaver, Samuel W. Wiggins. 

Ayer, Abel L. Lawton, James Ger- 
rish, Abel Prescott, Levi Sherwin, 
John Spauldiiig. 

Bedford, *Phinehas W. Chamberlin, 
Amos B. Cutler, Thomas Stiles. 

Belmont, Jolm L. Alexander, Henry 
M. Clarke, William H. Locke, Isaac 
Watts. 

Billerica, Leander Crosby, Dudley 
Foster, George C. Gilman, Charles H. 
Parker, * Charles A. Ranlet, James 
Scott, t Thomas Talbot, George H. 
Whitman. 

Boxboro', Paul Hayward, Oliver 
Wetherbee. 

Brighton, Henry Baldwin, Joseph 
Bennett, AVm. F. Bennett, Isaac G. 
Braman, Joseph B. Braman, * Chas. 
Heard, Geo. H. Howe, Daniel Kings- 
ley, Augustus Mason, James M. Mur- 
dock, I^dmund Rice, Albert T. Sin- 
clair, Stephen Trowbridge, Webster 
F. Warren, William F. Warren, F. 
Lyman Winship. 

Burlington, Nathan Blanchard,Wm. 
Winn. 

Cambridge, John N. Barbour, Jas. 
M. Barker, James E. Bates, Ches. M. 
Bennett, John H. Bentley, Marshall 
T. Bigelow, Daniel A. Buckley, John 
Cahill, Francis L. Chapman, Joseph 



Cutler, John B. Dana, Curtis Davis, 
Hen<lerson J. Edwards, Woodward 
Emery, fWm. Everett, John C. Farn- 
ham, S. T. Farwell, John J. Fatal, W. 
Frost, N. St. John Green, Hamlin R. 
Harding, J. Watson Harris, Charles 
W. Hawkes, Wm. A.Hayes, William 
G. Hill. Henry W. Holland, Joseph 
G, Holt, Varnum S. Holt, Henry O. 
Houghton, Peter M. Howard, Joseph 
W. Kinsley, Rufus Lamson, William 
Edwin Lloyd, Chas. J. Mclntire, Geo. 
A. Morse, f Isaac S. Morse, James R. 
Morse, Henry W. Muzzey, Daniel W. 
Niles, Charles H. Pattee, Jolin H. 
Parti idge, fWillard Phillips, George 
F. Piiikham, John L. Porter, Charles 
C. Read, J. Stacey Read, Charles C. 
Richardson, fChas. Theo. RusjcU, 
Edwd. G. Russell, fChas. H. Saunders, 
Geo. S. Saunders, Wm. A. Saunders, 
John A. Smith, * Joshua B. Smith, 
fWm. B. Stearns, Ather'ton II. Ste- 
vens, jr., Frederick T. Stevens, For- 
dyce M. Stimp.^on, Ricliard Stone, jr., 
Henry Thayer, Henry B. Ward, 
jHenry Ware, f Emory Washburn, 
John W. Wellman, Edward H. Wes- 
ton, Benj. W. Whitney, William L. 
Wiiitney. 

Camhridgeport, Sumner Albee, Geo. 
A. Aiden, Michael S. Busuach, Geo. 
P. Carter, Heniy M. Chamberlain, 
Josiah G. Chase, Josiah W. Cook, Jas. 
Cox, Watson G. Cutter, William F. 
Engley, Joel W. Fletcher, George H. 
Folg(,r, J. AV. Hammond, Joseph A. 
Holmes, Bela F. Jacobs, Justin A. 
Jacobs, William F. Knowles , f Isaac 
Livermore, John Livermore, John 
McDuffee, John N. Meriam, *Lucius 
R. Page, Zfbina L. Raymond, Edward 
Richardson, fWilliam A. Richardson, 
fJolm Sargent, James M. Thresher, 
Enoch H. Wakefield, Benj. Welsh. 

Ead Cambridge, Warren J. Apple- 
ton, William J. Earry, Augustus P. 
Griffing, John W. Hammond, * Isaac 
F. Jones, Eli C. Kinsley, *John S. 
Ladd, William Lomax, jr., Lorenzo 
ISIarrett, Wm. W. Mason, Thomas 
Mclniire, jr., Geo. F. Morgan, Chas. 
W. Munroe, Luther L. Parker, Benj. 
R. Rand, Charlrs B. Stevens, George 
Stevens, Henry A. Stevens, fJoseph 
H. Tyler, Joseph Whitney, John T. 
Wilson, William Wyman. 

North Cambridge, James R. Morse, 
Jaiez A. Sawyer. 

Carlisle, *George F. Duren, Selar 
Simon ds. 

Charlestown, Jas. Adams, Simeon P. 
Adams, Andrew J. Bailey, John T. 
Bamrick, H. C. Bickford, Lyman H. 



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Bigelow, Duncan Bradford, Henry 
W. Bragg, Abel E. Bridge, Benjamin 
r. Brown, John H. Butler, Cornelius 
S. Cartee, Lowell W. Chamberlain, 
*Francis Childs, Bradley M. Clark, 
Gilbert D. Cooper, Joseph H. Cotton, 
*James Dana, Thomas M. Devens, 
John N. Deveraux, Thomas Doane, 
Thomas J. Eliott, *Cliarles Field, 
Alviu L. Fisher, Henry K. Frothing- 
ham, Richard Frothingham, John 
Gardner, Gustavus V. Hall, Joseph S. 
Hart, *Gideon Haynes, Moses Hol- 
brook, Walter Howe, *Liverus Hull, 
fHorace G. Hutching, George H. Ja- 
cobs, *Geo. R. Kelso, Geo. P. Kettell, 
Seth W. Lewis, Wm. B. Long, Wm. 
H. Miller, Anthony S. Morss, Judson 
Murdock, f Eugene L. Norton, Jas. W. 
O'Brien, Jonathan Oldham, William 
Peirce, Wm. W. Peirce, fisrael Per- 
kins, John W. Pettlngill, James F. 
Pickering, George VV. Prescott, John 
T. Priest, fBiuklord Pulsifier. Caleb 
Rand, Olvin F. Raymond, S. G. Rob- 
inson, Charles W. Sawyer, Timothy 
T. Sawyer, Samuel D. Sawin, Abra- 
ham B. Shedd, William Sherburn, 
Benj. F. Stacey, William S. Stearns, 
Amos Stone, fJas. M. Stone, Phine- 
has J. Stone, Charles E. Sweney, 
*Erdix T. Swift, Charles S. Tennev; 
Edwin Thompson, Francis Thompson, 
Edwd. Thorndike, Everett Torrey, 
*Edwin G. Walker, fGeorge VV^ash- 
ington Warren, David B. Weston, 
Rufus A. White, Daniel Williams, 
Samuel S. Willson, Edwin Wood- 
man. 

Chelmsford, Ziba Gay, George A 
Parkhurst. — North Chelmsford, Benj. 
Adams, Nathan B. Edwards. — West 
Chelmsford, Jonathan J. Hoyt, Daw- 
son Pollard, Christopher Roby. 

Concord, Stephen J. Ballou, Rich- 
ard Barrett, Jonathan F. Barrett, 
fGeorge M. Brooks, Geo. E. Potter, 
George Hey wood, D. Goodwin Lang, 
Joseph Reynolds. 

Dracut, George W. Coburn, Gayton 
M. Hall, L-a Hall, Henry L. Newhail, 
Henry Richardson, Edward A. Ste- 
vens, Atkinson C. Varnum. 

Dunstable, James T. Burnap, Allen 
Cummings, Benjamin French, Gilman 
Roby. 

Everett, William W. Bullock, Jo- 
seph H.Cannell, J. H. Whitman. 

Franiingham, Colman S. Adams, 
Joseph G. Bannister, Samuel B. Bird, 
Jas. W. Brown, James W. Clark, 
Moses Edgell, *Alexr. R. Esty, fCon- 
stantine C. Esty, David Fisk, Charles 
J. Frost, Robert Gordon, Jonatlian 



Greenwood, William Hastings, Ben- 
jamin K. Haven, Theodore C. Hurd, 
Warren Nixon, Francis C. Stearns, 
Ebenezer Stone, Charles S. Whit- 
more. — S. Framingham, Alex. Clark, 
Newell Clark, WiUard Howe, Justus 
R. Kennedy, Edgar Potter, Thomas 
F. Power, George Trowbridge, E. W. 
Washburne. — Saxonville, Chas. Fiske, 
Luther F. Fuller. 

Groton. — Josiah K. Bennett, fGeo. 
S. Boutwell, George D. Brigham, 
Benjamin P. Dix, *Asa F. Lawrence, 
Asa S. Lawrance, Daniel Needham, 
*Samuel W. Rowe, Walter Shattuck, 
Andrew Spaulding, Willard Torrey, 
Alden Warren, Charles H. Waters. 

Hoilislon, John M. Batchelder, Lu- 
ther Bellows, Elias Bullard, Andrew 
J. Cass, George B. Fiske, George E. 
Johnson, *AIden Leland, Abel Pond, 
Orrm Thomson, Edwin F. Whiting. 

Hopklnton, Charles W. Clatlin, 
W. Fisk Clatlin, Daniel Eames, John 
A. Fitch, Clement Meserve, *Silas 
Mirick, Lurius H. Wakefield, Jona- 
than Whittemore, J. A. Woodbury. — 
Hayden Row, Martin V. Phipps. — 
Woodville, Albert Wood. 

Hudson, Francis D. Brigham, 
George A. Cotting, James T. Joslin, 
George S. Rawson, Charles H. Rob- 
inson, Silas H. Stuart. 

Lexington, Leonard G. Babcock, 
Joseph N. Brewer, Asa Cottrell, Isaac 
N. Damon, George O. Davis, How- 
land Hulmes, f Charles Hudson, f John 
W. Hudson, Hammon Reed, Warren 
E. Russell, *Aug. E. Scott, Bradley 
C. Whitcher. — East Lexington, Chas. 
Nunn. 

Lincoln, James L. Chapin, Geo. H. 
Smith, S. Benton Thomson. 

Littleton, John W. Adams, Peter C. 
Edwards, Shattuck Hartwell, Jos. A. 
HarwooiJ, William Kimball, Joseph 
A. Priest, Geo. W. Sanderson, Sam- 
uel Smith. 

Lowell, Julian Abbott, Jas. C. Ab- 
bott, Horace J. Adams, *Edwin A. 
Alger, *Wm. H. Anderson, David O. 
Allen, Nathan Allen, Abel T. Ath- 
erton, Jas. Bailey, Squire L. Bailey, 
Benjamin Baldwin, *JefFerson Ban- 
croft, Jacob Baron, Charles E, A. Bart- 
lett, Frank F. Battles, Ithamar W. 
Beard, Wm. S. Bennett, Wm. H. 
Bent, Amos A. Blanchard, Wm. D. 
Blanchard, Charles R. Blaisdell, Mor- 
rill M. Bohonan, fArthur P. Bonney, 
Gerritt J. Bradt, George Bragdon, 
Thomas F. Burgess, fBenjamin F. 
Butler, Frank O. Butterfield, James G. 
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Carney, Enoch B. Carter, *Robert B. 
Caverly, Alfred H. Cliase, Jeremiah 
Clark, *AVm. H. Clemence, Chas. B. 
Coburn, James Cook, Isaac Cooper, 
Charles Cowley, John E. Crane, *Na- 
thaii Crosby, Jeremiah Crowley, John 
Davis, John S. Devlin, Luke C. 
Dodge, Luther «T. Eames, George M. 
Elliot, Alonzo Falls, Alpha B. Fatr, 
Jacob G. Favor, David C. G. Field, 
Horatio R. Fletcher, Jonathan P. 
Folsom, James B. Francis, Abram 
French, *Jolm F. Frye, Nathan W. 
Frye, Geo. Gardner, Thos. G. Ger- 
rish, Alfred Gilman, fJohn A. Good- 
win, Dana B. Gove, Francis Goward, 
Frederick Graham, * John AV. 
Graves, Fred. T. Greenhalgh, *Sam'l 
P. Hadley, jr., Epaphras A. Hill, Jo- 
seph S. Holt, James Hopkins, *Hocum 
Hosford, Charles F. Howe, Lorenzo 
G. Howe, John Q. A. Hubbard, Ehhu 
S. Hunt, John B. Hunt, Lucius W. 
Huntington, George L. Huntoon, 
Cliarles C. Hutchinson, *Andrew F. 
Jewett, Francis Jewett, Jonathan 
Johnson, Moses A. Johnson, J. Jud- 
son Judkins, fCharles Kimball, *J. 
Chellis Kimball, John F. Kimball, 
*Ji,>hn A. Knowles, G. W. Knowlton, 
*Jonathan Ladd, Tobias L. P. Lam- 
son, David Lane, Cyrus Latham, Cy- 
rus H. Latham, Alviii Lawrence, Geo. 
P. Lawrence, George W. Lawrence, 
Samuel Lawrence, fPeter Lawson, 
Jolin T. Lee, Wm. E. Livingston, 
William H. Loughlin, James Lough- 
ran, Simon G. Lyfurd, *Sewall G. 
]\L-ick, John F. Manahan, fJoshua N. 
Marshall, John B. McAlvin, John H. 
McAlvin, John F. McEvoy. Owen 
McNamara. Samuel A. McPhetres, 
Benj. G. Mooney, Albert M. Moore, 
Jolm N. Moore, George F. Morey, 
Horace E. Morse, Alanson Nichols, 
Frank A. Nichols, *Wm. North, Wm. 
L. North, Francis H. Nourse. Wm. 
F. Osgood, *Ephraim B. P.itcli, Bald- 
win T. Peabody, f Josiah G. Peabody, 
Lewis L. Perrin, Jolm N. Pierce, jr., 
*Henry P. Perkins, Major G. Per- 
kins, George E. Pevey, John M. Pe- 
vey, Joseph D. Binder, Irving S. Por- 
ter, Joel Powers, Samuel C. Pratt, 
*Thos. W. Pressey, Asahel D. Puller, 
John W. Reed, David Hall Rice, Ed- 
ward C. Rice, fDaniel S. Richardson, 
Geo. F. Richardson, George Ripley, 
Alexr. H. Robinson, Jacob Rogers, 
Chester W. Rugg, *William F. Sal- 
mon, Josepli L. Sargent, Calvin Saw- 
telle, Alfred Scott, George F. Scrib- 
ner, *Luther E. Shepard, Wm. Shep- 
ard, *Edward F. Sherman, John W. 



Smith, *Lucian P. Stacy, *Geo. Ste- 
vens, fSamuel W. Stickney, Holland 
Streeter, *Chas. A. F. Swan, *Theo. 
H. Sweetser, Dexter Symonds, Wil- 
fred P. Taylor, Stark Totman, Ed- 
ward Tuck, Artemas S. Tyler, Leavitt 
R. J. Varnum, Aldis L. Waite, Benj. 
Walker, Daniel R. Wallace, diaries 
R. Wallingfbrd, Edward F. Watson, 
Jas. Watson, *Wm. P. Webster, Chas. 

A. Welch, f Tappan Wentworth, Wm. 
T. Whitten, James S. Wliitney. Hen- 
ry H. Wilder, Charles M. Williams, 
Sam'l. N. Wood, Frederick Woodies, 
Andrew C. Wright, Samuel B. Wy- 
man, Edward R. York. 

Maiden, David Ayers, George T. 
Bailey, Augustus C. Carey, Elisha S. 
Converse, *George W. Copeland, 
George T. Coverly, George P. Cox, 
Loren N. Fuller, John B. Gillett, Wm. 
Hardy, Walter Harmon, Erastus W. 
Leavens, Charles Merrill, Joshua H. 
Millett, Jeremiah D. Parker, Horatio 
G. Pope, William H. Richardson, 
f William S. Robinson, Joseph M. Rus- 
sell, Albert F. Sargent, George S. 
Scammon, Francis C. Swett, Joseph 
H. Waitt, Samuel Woods. — Maple- 
wood, James F. Eaton. 

Marlborough, *Samuel N. Aklrich, 
William Barnes, Edward L. Bigelow, 
Levi Bigelow, John Chipman, *Wm. 

B. Gale, Charles M. Howe, Elbridge 
Howe, Simon H. Howe, Edward F. 
Johnson, S \muel B. Maynard, Ste- 
phen Morse, Benjamin F. Underbill, 
Edmund C. Whitney, Lewis Wilkins, 
Nahum Witherbee. 

MaytumI, Assabef, Asahel Balcom, 
John HUlis, Joseph W. Reed. 

Medford, John Ayres, James O. 
Curtis, Benj. P. Cutter, John Ward 
Dean, Mark H. Durgin, jDaniel A. 
Gleason, Thomas S. Harlow, Edmund 
T. Hastings, Benjamin F. Hayes, Asa 
Law, Daniel W. Lawrence, Sam'l. C. 
Lawrence, Parker R. Litchfield, Bax- 
ter E. Pcrrvy^bner J. Phipps, Chas. -♦»- 
Russell, *John Sparrell, James F. 
Usher, * James M. Usher, Joseph H. 
Westcott, John T. White. — IFes^ 
Medford, [.lUther Farwell. 

Melrose, William Bogle, Andrew 
FI. Briggs, George T. Brown, Wm. 
B. Burgess, Jonathan Cochran, Nel- 
son Cochran, Isaac Emerson, David 
Fairbanks, Joseph A. Fairbanks, Geo. 
W. Farnsworth, William C. Farns- 
worth, William J. Farnsworth, fDan- 
iel W. Gouch, Levi S. Gould, John 
R. Jones, *Alonzo V. Lynde, Henry 
A. Norris, Oren R. Peck, Horatio N. 



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Perkins, Wm. F. Poole, Joseph B. 
ISanford, Emory B. Smith. 

Nalick, -j-John W. Bacon, Oliver N. 
Bacon, George Beard, Jackson Bige- 
low, Alex. Blaney, Henry Coggin, 
Moses Eames, John M. Farwell, Sted- 
man Hartwell, Charles L. Hosmer, 
Walter N. Mason, William P. Mitch- 
ell, Newton Morse, William Nutt, 
Asher Parlin, Elijah Perry, George L. 
Sleeper, Edward P. Travis. 

Newton, Joseph N. Bacon, James 
W. Bailey, John F. Boyd, George 
E. Bridge, fTbeophilus P. Clian- 
dler, fDaniel Dewey, f Alfred B. 
Ely, John M. Fisk, Henry Fuller, 
John B. Goodrich, Edwin Holman, 
Horatio N. Hyde, George H. Jones, 
Isaac L. Kidder, fJohn Lowell, J. 
Willard Rice, Wm. F. Slocum, Henry 
A. Snow, f Adin B. Underwood. 
Levi C. Wade, Ebeuezer Woodward, 
— Newton Centre, Ezra C. Hutchins, 
■j-James F. C. Hyde, Charles E. Lane, 
JDavid H. Mason, William Morton, 
Harrison Prescott, George C. Rand, 
Marshall S. Rice, John D. Towle, 
John Ward. — Newtonville, Horatio F. 
Allen, fWilliam Claflin, Cornelius P. 
Harkius, Marcus T. Heywood, Dustiii 
Lancey, Winfield S. Slocum. — Au- 
burndale, Cej)has Brigham, William 

C. Green, fJames B. F. Marshall, 
Henry H. Mather, Joseph J. Rider, 
Henry B. Williams. — Newton Lower 
Falls, Isaac Hagar, Luther E. Leland, 
f Thomas Rice, jr. — Newtun Upper 
Falls, Joseph Barney, Charles Ellis, 
Hosea C. Hoyt, Otis Pettee. — West 
Newton, George E. Allen, fJulius L. 
Clarke, fEdward J. Collins, fSeth 
Davis, Thomas Drew, Frank H. 
Graves, William P. Honghton, Elisha 
F. Thayer, Ira 1). Van Duzee. 

North Reading, Samuel P. Breed, 
Samuel Flint, Charles P. Howard. 

Pepperell, *Christopher W. Bellows, 
Nathaniel Gilson, jr., Putnam Shat- 
tuck, Samuel P. Shattuck, Levi Wal- 
lace, Abel B. Winn. 

Reading, Solon Bancroft, Hiram 
Barrus, Stephen Foster, Chauncy P. 
Judd, John B. Leathe, Stilhnan E. 
Parker, Nathan P. Pratt, *Alfred A. 
Prescott, Wm. J. Wightuian, Carroll 

D. Wright. 

Sherborn, Henry W. Bullai-d, 
Joseph Dowse, jr., James H. Leland. 

Shirley, Jerome Gardner, Moses T. 
Gardner, James Gerrish, Stillman P. 
Holden, James P. Longley, Samuel 
Longley. 

Somerville, Albion H. Bailey, Clark 
Bennett, Oilman F. Besent, Samuel 



J. Bradlee, fGeorge O. Brastow, John 
H. Brookhouse, Alpheus R. Brown, 
Russell H. Conwell, Thomas Cunning- 
ham, George H. Dickerman, Charles E. 
Oilman, John K. Hall, Francis Hough- 
ton, Charles H. Hudson, George W. 
Ireland, Charles E. Joyce, Oren S. 
Knapp, Charles S. Lincoln, John C. 
Magoun, William H. Pierce, Chas. 0. 
Pope, Edward C. Purdy, Aaron Sar- 
gent, fJames M. Shute, Melville 
Stacy, fCharles H. Taylor, Thomas 
O. Temple, Francis Tufts, *Columbus 
Tyler, John E. Tyler, Robert A. Vi- 
nal, Simon N. Watson, George W. 
Whittle. 

Stoneham, John Botume, jr., *Dex- 
ter Bucknam, *Edward Bucknam, 
Wilbur Fisk Crafts, Silas Dean, fOeo. 
W. Dike, *Lyman Dike, George W. 
Dillon, Amasa Farrier, Ira Gerry, 
Amos Hill, '2d, William B. Stevens, 
Samuel Tidd. 

Stow, A. O. R. Hale, Ephraim 
Stone, Charles Tower, Edwin Whit- 
ney. 

Sudbury, Jonas S. Hunt, James 
Moore, Charles Thompson. — South 
Sudbury, B. H. Richardson. 

Tewksbury, Jacob Cogjiin, Leonard 
Huntress, fThomas J. Marsh, Elijah 
M. Read, *Benjamin F. Spiiulding, 
Frank M. Spaulding, Henry E. War- 
ner. 

Townsend, Samuel S. Haynes, Al- 
bert Howe, Benjdmin F. Lewis, Levi 
Stearns, Ephraim S. Wilder, Frederic 
A. Worcester. — W. Townsend, Geo. 
Taft, James N. Tucker. 

Tyngsborough, Luther Bufterfield, 
Reuben S. Coburn. 

Wakefeld, Lucius Beebe, *Jame3 
O. Boswell, Albert Day, Chester W. 
Eaton, LiUey Eaton, Abel F. Hutch- 
inson, Samuel Kingman, fStephen G. 
Nash, Daniel Noicross, Byron A. Os- 
good, Benjamin F. Packard, Cyrus 
Wakefield, Daniel 0. Walton, Adam 
Wiley. — Greenwood, Paul H. Sweet- 
ser. 

Waliham, Josiah Beard, *Frank W. 
Bigelow, Henry A. Brown, Lorenzo 
Burge, Calvin Clark, *Eben W. 
Fiske, Daniel French, Charles H. 
Hougliton, Jarvis Lewis, Horatio 
Moore, Josiah Rutter, William E. 
Shedd, William 0. Sprague, Fred. M. 
Stone, Augustus Townsend, Samuel 
O. U[)ham, Daniel F. Viles. 

Watertown, Joel Barnard, jr., Chas. 
J. Bariy, Charles Bemis, Isaac V. Be- 
mis, Josepli Crafts, George Frazar, 
David T. Hucklns, William H. Ingra- 
ham, George R. Kidder, Jesse A. 



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Locke, George N. March, Edward 
O'Brien, jr., Fitz li. Rice, Samuel 
Richardson, Isaac Robbiiis, John K. 
Stickney, William White, Leonard 
Whitney, jr., B. Osgood Wilson. 

Wayland, Uavid Lee Child, David 
Heard, Lewis Jones, f Edward iNIellen, 
Jonas N. Morse, Henry Wiglit. 

We^^tford, John W. P. Abbot, Allan 
Cameron, Nathl. B. Fisk, Asa Hil- 
dreth, Edward Prescott, Luther Pres- 
cott. 

Weston, Frederick T. Bush, Alonzo 
S. Fiske, Edwin Hobbs. 

Wilmington, Cyrus L. Carter, AVni. 
H. Carter, Lemuel C. Eames, Samuel 
B. Nichols. 

Winc]ie:<ter, George P.Brown, *0]i- 
ver R. Clark, Abraham B. Coffin, 
James F. Dwinell, Saml. H. Folsom, 
*Benjaniin F. Ham, Andrew N. Shep- 
ard, Hatvil K. Stanton, Josiah F. 
Stone, fEdwin A. Wadleigh, John T. 
Wilson. 

Wohurn, Benjamin E. Bond, John 
R. Carter, Edward W. Champney 
George H. Cohn, Horace Collamoro 
*Joshua P. Converse, Sherman Con- 
verse, Parker L. Converse, *J. Cum- 
mings, John W. Daj', Marcus Eaton, 
David D. Hart, Edward D. Hayden, 
Sparrow Horton, John Johnson, John 
L. Parker, Rufus Pickering, Thos. J. 
Porter, Lemuel G. Richardson, Lewis 
L. Whitney, f Jonathan B. Winn. 
— East Wohurn, Albert L. Richard- 
son. — North Wohurn, Albert Thomp- 
son, Cyrus Thompson, Edward E. 
Thompson, *Leonard Thompson, 
Sam'I. F. Thompson, Moses F. Winn 

Trial Justices. 

Arlington, L-a O. Carter. 

Ashland, J. Newton Pike. 

Ayer, James Gerrish. 

Brighton, Joseph Bennett, Stephen 
W. Trowbridge. 

Concord, Joseph Reynolds. 

Framingham, Colman S. Adams. 

Groton, Samuel W. Rowe. 

Hollislon, Alden Leland. 

Hopkinlon, John A. Fitch. 

Hudson, James T. Joslin. 

Lexington, Augustus E. Scott. 

Maiden, John W. Pettengill. 

Marlborough, Nahum Witherbee. 

Maynard, Asahel Balcom. 

Medford, Benj. F. Hayes. 

Melrobe, Andrew H. Briggs. 

Natick, Newton Morse, George L. 
Sleeper. 

Newton, William F. Slocum. 

Shirley, James Gerrish. 

Somerville, Francis Tufts. 

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Stoni'liam, Dexter Bucknam. 
Tcwksbury, Leonard Huntress. 
Townstnd, Levi Stearns. 
Wakcjidd, Chester W. Eaton. 
Waltham, Josiah Rutter. 
Watertoion, Henderson J. Edwards. 
Wayland, David Heard. 
Wcstford, Luther Prescott. 
Wohurn, Joshua P. Convei-se, Par- 
ker L. Conveise. 

Notaries Public. 

Ayer, J. K. Bennett, Levi Slocum, 
John Spauldiug. 

Brighton, Bela S. Fiske, Edward P. 
Wright. 

Cambridge, Alfred L. Barbour, 
Levi L. Cashing, ji\, Joseph G. Holt, 
Charles C. Read, Benj. W. Whitney. 
— Camhridgeport, John N. Barbour, 
J. W. Hammond. — East Cambridge, 
Lorenzo Mai'rett. 

Charlestown, Duncan Bradford, Wil- 
liam Peirce, 

Concord, George M. Brooks, George 
Heywood. 

Framingham, Constantine C. Esty. 

Hudson, Silas H. Stuart. 

Holliston, Elias BuUard. 

Hopkinton, Silas Mirick. 

Lowell, Edwin A. Alger, John A. 
Buttrick, George J. Carney, Joseph 
H. Ely, Geo. D. Hills, Chas. F. Howe, 
Jonathan Ladd, George Stevens, Sam- 
uel W. Stickney, Abel Whitney. 

Maiden, Albert F. Sargent. 

Marlborough, Edmund C. Whitney. 

Medford, Benj. F. Hayes, Charles 
Russell. 

Natick, Newton ]\Iorse. 

Newton, Andrew B. Cobb. 

Neiotonville, Dustin Lancey. 

Somerville, Samuel J. Bradlee. 

Townsend, Charles Osgood. 

Wakefield, James O. Boswell,Ches- 
ter W. Eaton, Byron A. Osgood. 

Waltham, Byron B. Johnson, Fred- 
erick M. Stone. 

Wohurn, Alpha E. Thompson. 

Coroners. 

Billerica, George A. Monroe. 

Brighton, Isoac G. Braman, Augus- 
tus Mason. 

Cambridge (Port), WilHam H.Wel- 
lington. 

Cambridge (East), Luther L. Par- 
ker, Edward H. Weston. 

Charlestown, Duncan Bradford,Seth 
W. Lewis, David B. Weston. 

Concord, John B. Moore. 

Framingham, Colman S. Adams, 
Joseph G. Bannister. 

Groton, Asa S. Lawrence, John Q. 
A. McCollester. 



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Hopkinton, Silas Mirick. 

Hudson, Charles H. Robinson. 

Lowell, Calvin O. Chamberlain. — 
Special, Jefferson Bancroft, Lucius 
W. Huntington, Thomas W. Pressey. 

Maiden, Francis C. Swett. 

Marlborough, Nahum Witherbee. 

Medford, Jolin T. White. 

Melrose, William J. Farnsvvorth. 

Naiick, Alexander Coolidge. 

Newton, John M. Fisk. — (Lower 



Falls), George T. Perkins. 

Pepperell, James M. Stickney. 

Sherhorn, Albert H. Blanchard. 

Somerville, John C. Magoun, Mel- 
ville C. Parkhurst. 

Sudbury, Webster Moore. 

Tewksbury, Benj. F. Spaulding. 

Waltham, Ebenezer W. Fiske. 

Winchester, Alonzo Chapin. 

Woburn, Thomas J. Porter. 



NANTUCKET COUNTY. 

Incorporated, June 20, 1695. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Judge of Probate and Insolvency Edward M. Gardner Nantucket. 

Register of Probate and Insolvency. . . Samuel Swain Nantucket. 

Town and County Treasurer Samuel Swain Nantucket. 

Clerk of the Courts George Cobb. Nantucket. 

Register of Deeds W. H. Macy Nantucket. 

Sheriff Joseph M'Cleave Nantucket. 

Jailer and Master of the House of ) 



Correction . 



Sessions of Probate Court. 

At Nantucket, Thursday next after 
2d Tuesday in each month. 

Commissioners of "Wrecks. 

Nantucket, George W. Coffin, Alex" 
ander B. Dunham, Peter Folger' 
Andrew G. Hussey, Joseph B* 
Macy. 

Public Administrator. 

Nantucket, Geo. Cobb. 

Commissioners of Insolvency. 

Nantucket, George Cobb, William 
H. Macy, William H. Waitt. 

Commissioners to Qualify Civil 
Officers. 

Nantucket, Frederick A. Chase, 

George Cobb, William B. Mitchell. 



Roland Folder Nantucket. 



Notaries Public. 
George Cobb, Edward M. Gardner. 
Alfred Macy. 

Justices of the Peace. 

(Including Justices of the Peace and Quorum, desig- 
nated by a *, and .justices o/ the Peace through- 
out the Commonwealth, designated by a t.) 

Nantucket, Fred. A. Chase, George 
Cobb, Wm. Cobb, Thaddeus C. De- 
friez, William C. Folger, fEdward M. 
Gardner, Alfred Macy, George W. 
Macy, William H. Macy, *Joseph 
Mitchell, William B. Mitchell, Alex- 
ander B. Robinson, Samuel Swain, 
William H. Waitt. 

Trial Justice. 

Frederick A. Chase. 
Coroner. 

Nantucket, Frederick A. Chase. 



NORFOLK COUNTY. 

Incorporated, March 26, 1793. 
Shire Town, Dedham. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Judge of Probate and Insolvency George White Needham. 

Register of Probate and Insolvency., . Jonathan H. Cobb Dedham. 

Ass't Register of Probate and Insolv. . Jonathan Cobb Dedham. 

Clerk of Courts . , Erastus Worthington Dedham' 



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Afis't Clerk of Courts Edgar H. Kingsbury Dedham. 

Re(/ister of Deeds James Foord Dedham. 

Counly Treasurer CliauticfV C. Clmrchill Dedluim. 

r H. O. nildretli Dedham. 

Overseers of House of Correction . . - Asa Frencli Braintree. 

( C. C. Clmrchill Dedham. 

Sheriff. John W. Thomas Dedham. 



Deputy Sheriffs. 

Canton, Rufus C. Wood. 

Dedham, Augustus B. Endicott 

Medway {WesC), Valentine R. 
Coombs. 

Milton, John D. Bradlee. 

Qulncji, Washington M. French. 

Randolph, William H. Warren. 

Sloucjhton, Abram C. Paul. 

Wei/mouth, George W. White, jr. 
Sessions of Probate Court. 

At Dedham, 1st Tu. of eacli month 
excei)t August. 

At Quincy, 2d Wed. each month 
except August. 

At Hyde Pari; 4th Wed. each 
month except August. 

At Wrentham, 3d Tues. in May, 
Aug., and Nov. 

At Medway, 3d Tu. in Feb , June, 
and Oct. 

County Commissioners. 

Milton M. Fisher, Medway, term 
expires Dec. 1872 ; Joseph M. 
Churchill, Milton, term expires Dec. 
1873 ; David H. Bates, Braintree, 
term expires Dec. 1874. 

Special Commissioners. — Galen Orr, 
Needham, term expires Dec. 1874 ; 
Amos n. Holbrook, Bellingham, term 
expires Dec. 1874. 

Times of Meeting. — At Dedham, 
3(1 Tu. of April, 4th Tu. of June and 
Sept., and last Wed. of Dec. 

Commissioners of Insolvency. 
Dedham, Frederick 1). Ely. 
MeduHiy, Charles H. Deans. 
Randolph, Wm. E. Jewell. 

Public Administrator. 
Dedham, Ira Cleveland. 

Masters in Chancery. 
Dedham, Chester I. Reed, Thomas 
L. Wakefield, P>astus Wortihington. 
Hyde Park; Horace R. Chent-y. 
West Roxhury, James Hewins. 
Commissioners of "Wrecks. 
Cohasset, Loring Bates, Warren 
Bates, jr., Joseph H. Smith. 

Commissioners to Qualify Civil 
Oflacers. 

Braintree, Naaman L. White. 

Dedham, Chauncy C. Churchill, 

Jonathan H. Cobb, Edmund Thomas. 



West. Roxhury (Jamaica Plain), 
William Harris. 

Wrentham, Daniel A. Cook. 

Justices of the Peace. 

Inchidiny Justire." of the Peace and Qu rum, desiff- 
nated fill a ',and Justice.^ throughout the Common- 
iceaJth, designated by a t.) 

Bellingham, Andrew A. Bates, 
Nathan A. Cook. — North Bellingham, 
Savel Mctcalf. 

Braintree, John B. Arnold, Edwai-d 
Avery, Cnarles H. Dow, fAsa French, 
N. F. T. Haydeii, John Kimball, Dan- 
iel Potter, William F. Locke, Ebe- 
nezer F. E. Thayer, fNaaman L. 
White. — South Braintree, David H. 
Bates, Joseph R. Frasier, Elias Hay- 
ward, Francis A. Hobart, Newell A. 
Langley, Elisha Thayer, Noah Tor- 
re)-. 

Brooliine, fSeth Ames, William 
Aspinwall, Benjamin F. Baker, Wil- 
liam I. Bowditch, Charles Burrill, 
John W. Candler, fWilliam L. Cand- 
ler, Nathaniel G. Chapin, David H. 
Daniels, William Dearborn, Charles 
H. Drew, Francis P. Denny, Gustavus 
M. Finotti, Clement K. Fay, fGcorge 
Griggs, William B. Hazeltine, fGeorge 
F. Homer, Martin P. Kennarcl, Brad- 
ford Kingman, *Anios A. Lawrence, 
Francis W. Lawrence, fHenry Lee, 
jr., Robert T. Little, Augustus Low- 
ell, fTliomas Parsons, Abraham B. 
Shedd, Augustine Shurtlefl', Lewis 
Slack, Charles H. Stearns, fGinery 
Twitchell, Otis Withington. — Long- 
wood, John RuCTgles. 

Canton, f Ellis Ames, Frank M. 
Ames, William Bense, George E. 
Downes, Edward R. Eager, fCharles 
Endicott, Charles H. French, Thomas 
E. Grover, Daniel T. V. Huntoon, 
William Mansfield, f Samuel B. Noyes, 
James T. Sumner, Rufus C. Wood. 

Cohasset, Solomon J. Beal, Martin 
Lincoln, John Q. A. Lothrop, Aaron 
Pratt, Edward Tower. 

Dedham, James M. Battles, John H. 
Burdakin, Charles J. Capen, *Chaun- 
cey C. Churchill, *Ira Cleveland, 
John D. Cobb, Jonathan Cobb, 
*Jonathan H. Cobb, *Waldo Colburn, 
John Cox, jr., Fred. D. Ely, Augus- 
tus B. Endicott, James Foord, Calvia 



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Guild, Henry O. Hililreth, Edgar H. 
Kingsbury, Lewis H. Kingsbury, An- 
son Morse, Henry W. Richar<ls, 
Mirick P. Sumner, Ezra W. Taft, 
*E(lmund Thomas, John ^V. Thomas, 
fEzra Wilkinson, Alonzo B. Went- 
worth, fErastus VVorthington. — South 
Dedham, Joseph Day, Ebenezer F. 
Gay, Willard Gay, Curtis G. Morse. 
— West Dedham, Merrill D. Ellis. 

Dover, Linus Bliss, Calvin Rich- 
ards. 

Foxhorough, Edgar R. Butterwortli, 
James Capen, * James E. Carpenter, 
Edmund Carroll, Otis Cary, Edwin 
W. Clarke, John M. Everett, Alfred 
Fales, Edward D. Hewins, Alfred 
Hodges, Charles W. Hodges, Jose[)h 
E. Pond, jr., Carmi Riclimond, Isaac 
Smith, Wm. H. Thomas, Daniel P. 
Whittier. 

Franktin, Paul B. Clark, Albert E. 
Daniels, Waldo Daniels, James M. 
Ereeman, Stephen W. Richardson, 
William Rockwood, Alpheus A. Rus- 
segue, Adin D. Sargeant, Charles W. 
Stewart. 

Hyde Park, Henry C. Adams, Hen- 
ry S. Adams, *Wm. H. H. Andrews, 
*Cotton C. Bradbury, Wilmot E. 
Brood, Isaac J. Brown, Charles G. 
Chick, Henry H. Curtice, E. P. Davis, 
Willard F. Estey, *Orin T. Gray, 
William Hamilton, * Charles Sturte- 
vant, Henry B. Terry, William T. 
Thatcher, Roswell W. Turner, Benj. 
C. Vose. 

Medjield, Jeremiah B. Hale, Chas. 
Hamant, Charles C. Sewall. 

Medioay, William H. Cary, Alcan- 
da Fairbanks, fMilton M. Fisher, Joel 
E. Hunt, fWarren Lovering, Geo. P. 
Metcalf, *Luther Metcalf, Clark Part- 
ridge. — East Medway, Amos H. Bul- 
len. — West Medway, Charles H. 
Deans, Asa M. B. Fuller, Addison P. 
Thaver, Marcellus A. Woodward. — 
Rockville, Amos H. Boyd, Willard P. 
Clark. 

Milton, Samuel Babcock, Gideon 
Beck, John D. Bradlee, Chas. Breck, 
Jesse Bunton, Chas. M. S. Churchill, 
tJoseph McK. Churchill, fThornton 
K. Lothrop, George Penniman, f Ed- 
ward L. Pierce, Jason Reed, f Henry 
S. Russell, fNathaniel F. SafFord, Jas. 
Sumner, Jas. B. Thayer, Geo. Vose, 
Josiah Webb, James E. White. 

Needham, Edgar H. Bowers, 
George E. Eaton, Charles C. Green- 
wood, Emery Grover. — Neioton Up- 
per Falls, Richard Boynton. — New- 
tiin Lower Falls, Joshua J. Gould, 
Ellsworth Torrey, fGeo. White. — 



Granti-ille, Geo. K. Daniell. — Wel- 
lesley, Henry F Durant, Solomon 
Flagg, (ieorge Jennings, Moses 
Winch. 

Xorfolk, Albert G. Hills, Daniel J. 
Hoi brook, Lewis D. Metcalf, Samuel 

B. Scott, Henry Trowbridge. 
Quincy, Wyman Abercrombie, 

f John Q. Adams, Seth Adams, Henry 
Barker, D. Howard Bills, Charles W. 
Carter, Noah Cummings, Augustus 
R. Duggan, Wm. Lyman Faxon, 
f Wm. B. Duggan, Ensign Fellows, 
Washington M. French, Geo. L. Gill, 
John Ilardwiek, Charles A How--> 
land, Charles Marsh, * William S. 
Morton, William S. Pattee, Whit- 
comb Porter, E. Granville Pratt, 
Josiah P. Quiney, Joseph W. Rob- 
ertson, H. Farnam Smith, Horace B. 
Speai', Edmund K. Taylor, Jas E. 
Tirrell, Isaiah G. Whiton. 

Randolph, John Adams, Hiram C. 
Alden, Eleazer Beal, J. White Bel- 
cher, Ezra S. Conant, Zenas French, 
Charles G. Hathaway, Daniel How- 
ard, Nathaniel Howard, William E. 
Jewell, Seth Mann, 2d, John G. 
Poole, Jas. Augustus Tower, Royal 
W. Turner, f Seth Turner, John Un- 
derliay, George W. Wales, William 
H. Warien. — East Randolph, Jacob 
Whitcomb, Oramel White, Thomas 
White. — South Randolph, Thomas 
West. 

Sharon, Sanford W. Billings, Lewis 
W. Morse, Josiah Johnson, Otis John- 
son, William R. Mann. 

Stouyhton, Caleb Blodgett, jr., 
John A. Bowdlear, Lucius Clapp, 
Jesse Holmes, Henry C. Kimball, Lu- 
ther S. Leach, Amasa Southworth, 
Geo. Talbot, Jabez Talbot, jr. — East 
Stoughlon, Christopher Dyer, jr., John 
H. Simmons. 

Walpole, Nathaniel Bird, Edmund 
W. Clap, Smith Gray, Joshua B. 
Hanners, James H. Leland, Geo. P. 
Morey, James G. Scott, Joshua Stet- 
son, Hubbard W. Tilton, William S. 
Tilton, Horatio ^Nood. — East Wal- 
pole, f Francis W. Bird. Samuel Bird. 
— South Walpole, Henry S. Clark, 
Truman Clarke. 

West Roxbury, f Jonathan Amory, 
Joseph H. Billings, Abijah W. Dra- 
per, Ephraim M. Dudley, George S. 
Frost, Leonard P. Holden, Augustus 

C. Jordan, George Kempton, Theo- 
dore B. Moses, Thos. Motley, Charles 
Pope, Frank W. Reynolds, fB. F. 
Thomas, Ebenezer W. Tolman Chris- 
topher M. Weld. — Jamaica Plain, 
J. IngersoU Bowditch, George O. 



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Currier, Benjamin F. Cutler, Joseph 
P. Ellicott, David S Greenoiirjli, jr., 
William S. Kine;sbury, Robert M. 
Morse, jr., Geo. E. Otis, Thomas P. 
Proctor, Robert Seaver, William Mac- 
caity, f Benjamin ^V. Williams, 
Henry W. Williams. 

Wei/tnouth, Everett C. Bumpus, 
Ebenezer A. Hunt, Richard A. Hunt, 
John J. Loud. John W. Loud, Elias 
Richards. Asa B. Wales, Saml. Webb, 
George W. White, jr. — East Wei/- 
mnuth, Lovell Bicknell, Zaehariah L. 
Bicknell, Abner Holbrook, *Alvali 
Raymond. ^ iVo?-//« Wei/moulh, Elias 
S. Bea's, James Humphrey, N. 
Quincy Tirrell, Jas. Torrey. — South 
Wei/iuouth, George H. Bates, Jacob 
Loud, John A. E. Loud, Quincy L. 
Reed, Noah Vininir, B. F. White, 
Oran White. 

Wri^nthnm, William W. Cowell, 
Nathan Ely, Charles J. Randall, 
Samuel Warner. 

Trial Justices. 
BrooJdine, Charles H Drew. 
Canton, Thomas E. Grover. 
Cohanset, Solomon J. Beal. 
Dedluvn, Frederick D. Ely. 
Hade Pari; W illard F. Estey. 
Mcdwaif (Wed), Chas. H. Deans^ 
Jf/;/o?i," Charles M. S. Churchill. 
NcedJiam, Emory Grover. 
Quincij, Wm. S. Morton. 
Randolph, J. White Belcher. 



Stoughttm, Caleb Blodgett, jr. 

West Roxhury {Jamaica Phiin), 
George E. Otis. 

Weymouth, Everett C. Bumpus. 
Notaries Public. 

Canton, Francis W. Deane, Charles 
Endicott. 

Dedham, Chauncy C. Churchill, 
Lewis H. Kingsbury. 

Franklin, Alpheus A. Russegue. 

Hiide Park, William F. Estey. 

AJedway, Milton M. Fisher. 

Milton, Horace E. Ware. 

'Quincy, Henry F. Barker, Rupert 
F. Claflin. 

Randolph, Royal W. Turner. 

West Roxbury {.Jamaica Plain') . 
George O. Currier. 

Weymouth, Everett C. Bumpus, 
John J. Loud. 

Wrentham, Samuel Warner. 
Coroners. 

Bralntree, Jonathan French. 

Cohassei, John Q. A. Lothrop. 

Canton (special), Rufus C. Wood- 

Hyde Park, Charles Sturtevant. 

Hiedway, Valentine R. Coombs. 

Milton, John D. Bradiee. 

Needham, George K. Daniell. 

Quincy, Lewis Bass. 

Randolph, Ralph Houghton. 

Stoughton, Nathaniel Wales. 

Weymouth, George W. White, jr. 

West Roxbury {Jamaica Plain), 
Joseph Stedman. 



PLYMOUTH COUNTY. 



Incorporated, June 2, 1685. 
Shike Town, Plymouth. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Judge of Probate and Insolvency, .... Wm. H. Wood, Middleborough. 

Register of Probate and Insolvency,. . Daniel E. Damon, Plymouth. 

Clerk of Courts, William H. Wliitman, Plymouth. 

Register of Deeds, William S. Danforth, Plymouth. 

County Treasure?', William R. Sever, Plymouth. 

r William H. Whitman,. . . .Plymouili. 

Overseers of House of Correction. . . - J. D. Robbins, Plymouth. 

( Daniel E. Damon, .' Plymouth, 

Sherijff James Bates, Plymouth. 



Deputy Sheriffs. 
Abington, Josiah Cushman. 
Bridgewater, P. D. Kingman. 
Duxbury, Wm. J. Alden. 
Hanover, Hira W. Bates. 



Hingham, G. F. Hersey. 
Marion, Daniel Hall. 
Marshfield, John Baker. 
JMiddleborough, James Cole, jr. 
N. Bridgewater, Otis Hayward. 



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N. Carver, Benj. Kansom. 
Plymouth, Jolin Perkins. 

" John Atvvood. 
Rochester, R. C. Randall. 
Scituate, ,1.0. Cole. 

" Francis Merritt. 
S. Scituate, Willard Torrey. 

Jailer and Master of House of 

Correction. 
Plymouth, James Bates. 

Sessions of Probate Courts. 
At Abington, Ath. Men. of May, 
Auo;., and Nov. 

At Bridgewater, 4th Mon. of Sept. 
At East Bridgewater, 4th Mon. of 
Feb. and Dec. 

At Hanover, 4th Mon. of June. 
At Hingham, 4th Mon. in March. 
At Middleborough, 4th Mon. of Jan., 
April, and 2d Mon. in July. 

At North Bridgewater, 3d Mon. of 
April and Oct. 

At Plymouth, 2d Mon. of Jan., Feb., 
March, April, May, June, Sept., Oct., 
Nov., and Dec. 

At Wareham, 4th Mon. of Oct. 
Sessions of Insolvency Courts. 
At Plymouth, 2nd Mon. in every 
month. 

County Commissioners, 
Harrison Staples, LakevUle, term 
expires Dec. 1872 ; Wm. P. Corthell, 
Abington, 1873 ; Charles H. Paine, 
Halifax, 1874. 

Special Commissioners. — Alden S. 
Bradford, Kingston, term expires 
1874; Jedediah Dwelley, Hanover, 
1874. 

Times of Meeting. — At Plymouth, 
3d Tu. in March, 1st Tu. in Aug. and 
Jan. 

Commissioners of Insolvency. 
Abington, Jacob B. Harris. 
North Bridgewater, Jonas R. Per- 
kins. 

Plymouth, Albert Mason. 

Commissioners of Wrecks. 
Duxhury, Elisha Holmes. 
Hull, Nehemiah Ripley, jr. 
Marshfield, John Baker, Otis Bak- 
er, Curtis B. Goodsil, Geo. H. Hall. 
East Marshfield, Charles L. Tilden. 
Pljimouth, Josiah D. Baxter, Barna- 
bas H. Holmes. 

South Plymouth, Comfort Whiting. 
Scituate, Perry L. Parker, John 
Tilden. — North Scituate, Wm. J. New- 
comb. 

Public Administrator. 
Duxbury, Samuel Stetson. 
Master in Chancery. 
Plymouth, William H. Whitman. 



Commissioners to Qualify Civil 
Officers. 

Abington, Jesse E. Keith. 

Bridgewater, Josh. E. Crane, Abra- 
ham Washburn, 2d. 

Duxbury, Samuel Stetson. 

Hingham, Amos Bates, Solomon 
Lincoln. 

Middleborough, Everett Robinson, 
Eliab Ward. 

North Bridgewater, Geo. W. Bryant, 
Jonas R. Perkins. 

Phpnouth, Moses Bates, Wm. S. 
Danforth, Jacob H. Loud, John J. 
Russell William H. Whitman. 

Rochester, Joseph Haskell, Theophi- 
lus King. James Ruggles. 

Scituate, John Beal. 

South Scituate, Samuel A. Turner. 

Wareham, Seth Miller. 

West Bridgewater, Austin Packard. 

Justices of the Peace. 

[Including Justices of the Peace and Quorum desig- 
nated by a*; and Justices throughout the Common- 
wealth designated by a t.] 

Abington, Charles W. Howland, 
Fneman P. Howland, Jesse E. Keith, 
Micah Nash, James Noyes, Henry B. 
Peirce, Otis W. Soule, Geo. L. Rich- 
ardson, Samuel B. Thaxter,'John D. 
Wormell. — East Abington, Nathaniel 
Beal, Charles Bearse, f Jacob B. Har- 
ris, Zenas Jenkins, Ezekiel R. Studley, 
Charles W. Soule, Franklin Smith, 
Horace C. Totman. — North Abing- 
ton, David Ford, James Ford, George 
W. Pratt, Edward P. Reed.— South 
Abington, William P. Corthell, Albert 
Davis, Samuel Dyer, Charles S. 
Morse, Wm. L. Reed, Hosea F. Whid- 
den. 

Bridgewater, Samuel Breck, Fred- 
erick Crafts, t Joshua E. Crane, Phil- 
ip E. Hill, *Lewis Holmes, Mitchell 
Hooper, Lafayette Keith, Francis D. 
King, Hosea Kingman, Philip D. 
Kingman, *AV^iiliams Latham, Frank- 
lin Leach, Philander Leach, Spencer 
Leonard, fAsa Millett, Lloyd Parsons, 
Jeremiah Tucker, Eli Washburn. 

Carver, fJesse Murdock, Benjamin 
Ransom, William Savery, Thomas 
Southworth, Thomas Vaughan. 

Duxbury, William Bradford, Wil- 
liam H. Cummings, Jonathan S. Ford, 
John Holmes, John S. Loring, Samuel 
Loring, Samuel Stetson, Joshua W. 
Swift. — South Duxbury, Harvey 
Soule. — West Duxbury, Elbridge 
Chandler, Henry B. Maglathlin, Geo. 
B. Standish. — South Marshfield, Ben- 
jamin Boylston. 

East Bridgewater, Jacob Bates, 
*Moses Bates, Joseph Chamberlain, 
Aaron Hobart, jr., Henry Hobart 



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63 



Benjamin W. Keith, Thomas Keith, 
t James H. Mitchell, Wm. H. Osborne, 
Calvin Reed. 

Halifax, Edwin Inglee. Charles H. 
Paine, Ira L. Stuftevaut, Ephraim B. 
Thompson. 

Hanover, Robert S. Curtis, Jede- 
diah Dvvelle)'. 

Hanson, Andrew Bowker, Josephus 
Bryant, Robert Perry, Joseph Smith, 
George F. Stetson. — South Hanson, 
Isaiah Bearce, Eben B. K. Gurney, 
— South Hanover, Edward Y. Perry. 

Hingham, Quincy Bicknell, fSolo- 
mon Lincoln, Charles N. Marsh, 
Charles W. Seymour, Elijah Shute, 
Sidney Sprague, f Joseph B. Thaxter. 

Hingham Centre, James S. Lewis, 
Henry Siders. 

Hull, Lewis P. Loring. 

Kingston, Joseph S. Seal, Alden S. 
Bradford, Philander Cobb, Samuel 
E. Cushman, Walter H. Faunce, Ed- 
ward Gray, Noah Prince, Edwin 
Reed. 

Lakeville, Reuben Haffbrd, Abiez- 
ier T. Harvey, John F. Montgomery, 
Job Pierce, Eleazer Richmond, 
Churchill ^T. Westgate, Henry L. 
Williams, Asa T. Winslow, J. Wins- 
low. 

Marion,* Oh&(\. Delano, Daniel Hall, 
Barnabas Hiller, Joseph S. Luce, 
Moses H. Swift. 

Marshjield, John Baker, Warren 
W. Barker, Nathaniel J. Damon, 
James Geddes Day, John Ford, *Lu- 
ther Hatch. — North Marshjield, fHi- 
ram A. Oakman. 

Mattapoisett, Wilson Barstow, Noah 
Hammond, Thomas Nelson, Noah C. 
Sturtevant. 

Middleborough, John Bennett, 
Sylvanus Hinckley, Samuel T. Pat- 
terson, Noah C. Perkins, Everett Rob- 
inson, John C. Sullivan, William A. 
Thompson, Andrew L. Tinkham, 
Sidney Tu(;ker, Eliab Ward, Cor- 
nelius B. Wood, George W. Wood, 
Joseph T. Wood, fWilliam H. Wood. 
— North Middleborough, Andrew L. 
Alden, Zebulon Pratt, Wm. B. White. 
— East Middleborough, Joshua M. Ed- 
dy, Augustus H. Soule. Rock. — 
Ichabod F. Atwood. South Middle- 
borough. — Stillman Benson. 

North Bridgeicater, Frederick C. 
Blanchard, George W. Bryant, David 
L. Cowell, Francis M. French, Sum- 
ner A. Hayward, Augustus T. Jones, 
Edwin IL Kingman, Isaac Kingman, 
John L. Morgan, *Jonas R. Perkins, 
Wm. Perry, Loring W. Puffer, Isaac 
E. Snell, Edward Southworth, f Jona- 



than White. — Campello, Nelson J. 
Foss, Josiah W. Kingman, Galen E. 
Pratt. 

Pembroke (Eafit), George F. Hatch, 
Andrew E. Poole. — North Pembroke, 
Francis Collamore. — South Hanson, 
*Martin Bryant, William H. H. Bry- 
ant. 

Plymouth, Gustavus D. Bates, Jas. 
Bates, *Moses Bates, *Jos'h D. Bax- 
ter, Lem'l Bradford, Chas. Q. Church- 
ill, Charles M. Coolidge, James Cox, 
Daniel E. Damon, Allen Dan forth, 
fWm. S. Danforth, f Chas. G. Davis, 
Wm. T. Davis, Geo. G. Dyer, Timothy 
Gordon, John T. Hall, Benjamin A. 
Hathaway, Barnabas H. Holmes, 
Thomas Loring, f Jacob H. Loud, 
Leander Lovell, Albert Mason, John 
Perkins, Thomas Pierce, Daniel J. 
Robbins, Edmund Robbins, f John J. 
Russell, Thomas B. Sears, fEleazer 
C. Sherman, Charles W. Spooner, 
Isaac N. Stoddard, *William Thomas, 
Ezekiel C. Turner, *WiUiam H. 
^Vhitman, Oliver T. Wood.— Chilton- 
ville, George Bramhall. 

Plympton, James C. Ellis, Zaccheus 
Parker, Wm. Perkins. — North Plymp- 
ton, Zenas Cushman. 

Rochester, John Blackmer, Thomas 
Ellis, Theophilus King, James H. 
Look, George Pierce, James Ruggles, 
George M. White. North Roches- 
ter. — Israel F. Nickerson. 

Scituate, *John Beal, Ezekiel 
Jones. North Scituate. — Joseph O. 
Cole, Geo. C. Lee. 

South Scituate, Ebenezer T. Fogg, 
Charles A. Litchfield, George H. Tor- 
rey, * Samuel A. Turner. Hanover, 
Lemuel C. Waterman, Samuel Tol- 
man, jr. — West Scituate, Elisha Ja- 
cobs. 

Wareham, Wm. L. Chipman, Jo- 
seph P. Hayden, Darius Miller, Seth 
Miller, jr., James G. Sproat. — East 
Wareham, John M. Kinney, Adolphus 
Savery, Nathaniel Sherman. — West 
Wareham, Noble Howard. 

West Bridgewater, James Howard, 
Wilham H, Jennings. Austin Pack- 
ard. 

Trial Justices. 

Abington, Otis W. Soule. 

Bridgewater, Lewis Holmes. 

East Bridgewater, William H. Os- 
borne. 

Hingham {Centre'), James S. Lewis. 

Middleborough, Cornelius B. Wood. 

North Bridgewater, Jonas R. Per- 
kins. 

Plymouth, Albert Mason. 



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Scituafe, Caleb W. Prouty. 

Wareham, Seth Miller. 
Notaries Public. 

Abinf/ion, Jesse E. Keith. 

East Bridgewater, Moses Bates. 

HingJiam, Henry C. Harding. 

Mattapoisett, Thomas Nelson. 

No. Bridgewater, Jonas R. Perkins. 

Plymouth, Moses Bates, Wm. S. 
Danforth, Jacob H. Loud, John J. 
Russell. 



Wareham, William L. Chipman, 
James G. Sproat. 

Coroners. 

Bridgewater, (Special) Philip D. 
Kinjiman. 

Marshfield (East) Eliot R. Tilden. 

Middlehorough, Eben W. Drake. 

North Bridgewater, Benjamin A. 
Packard. 

Scituate, Caleb W. Prouty. 



SUFFOLK COUNTY. 

Incorporated, May 10, 1643. 

Shire Town Boston. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 



Judge of Probate and Insolvency 

Register of Probate and Insolvency. . . 
As't Register of Probate and Insolvency 

Clerh of Supreme Court 

Assistant Clerk Supreme Court 

Clerk of Superior Court 

Assistant Clerk Superior Court 

Clerk of Superior Court, crim'l business 

Register of Deeds 

County Treasurer 

Commonwealth's Attorney 

Assistant "• " 

Sheriff. 

Deputy Sheriflfs. 
Benj. F. Bailey, Court House. 
John B. Dearborn, " " 
William D. Martin, " " 
Harum Merrill, " " 

John B. Ingalls, " « 
Master of House of Correction. 
Charles H. Davis, South Boston. 

Sessions of Probate Courts. 
At the Probate Office in Boston 

every Monday in each month except 

July. 

Masters in Chancery. 
Boston, Robert I. Burbank, John 

Codman, Horace H. Coolidge, Chas, 

C. Nutter, Giles H. Rich, James B. 

Richardson, James B. Thayer. 



Isaac Ames Boston. 

P. R. Guiney Boston. 

James L. Crombie Boston. 

George C. Wilde Boston. 

George W. Nichols Boston. 

Joseph A. Willard Boston. 

Edwin A. Wadleigh Boston. 

Henry Homer Boston. 

Thomas F. Temple Boston. 

Frederick U. Tracy Boston. 

J. Wilder May Boston. 

Moorfield Storey Boston. 

John M. Clark, office Ct, House, Boston. 

Commissioners of Insolvency. 
Boston, David H. Coolidge, Joseph 
Willard, W. W. Blackraar. 

Public Administrators. 
Boston, Francis E. Parker, Joseph 
F. Clark, Lorenzo S. Cragin, James 
Schouler. 

Commissioners to Qualify Civil 
Oflaoers. 

Boston, John P. Bigelow, Nehemiah 
Brown, Charles B. Hall, William G. 
Harris, Charles W. Lovett, Benjamin 
C. Piper, David Pulsifer. 

Chelsea^ Henry J. Coolidge, Hosea 
Ilsley. 



SUFFOLK COUNTY. 65 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE IN BOSTON. 

(Justices of the Peace and Quorum, designated by a*, Justices throughout the State, by «!■>' 



Abbot Edwin H. 
Abbott Abiel 
Abbott Curtis 
fAbbott Josiiih G. 
Abbott Samuel A. B. 
Abell Chas. K. 
Adams Albert W. 
Adams Chas. B. F. 
Adams Chas. F., Jr. 
Adams Chas. Hall 
Adams Francis M. 
Adains George E. 
Adams George Z. 
Adams Henry S. 
Adams Joseph H. 
Adams J. Geduey 
Adams Nathaniel 
Adams Paul 
Adams Thomas 
Adams Warren P. 
Ay:er George B. 
Ager Solomon 
Albee Sumner 
Alexander John L. 
Alger Edwin A. 
fAlIen Charles 
*Allen Charles E. 
Allen Horatio F. 
Allen Ira 
Allen James W". 
Allen Stephen M. 
Allen Stillman B. 
Amerige George M. 
Ames Fisher 
fAraes Isaac 
Ames P. Adams 
Ammidon Philip R. 
fAmory Charles 
Amory George K 
Amory Jonathan 
Amory Thomas C. 
Anderson Wm. S. 
Andrews Frank W. 
Andrews John L. 
Andrews Samuel 
Andrews Wm. H H. 
Angell George T. 
Apollonio Nieh. A. 
Appleton Fred'k H. 
Appleton George C. 
Apthorp Robert E. 
Arcliibald Geo. F. 
Aspinwall William 
Atiierton Samuel 
Attwood Corn'ls G. 
Atwood Charles 
Atwood George M. 
♦Austin Ivers J. 
Avery Edward 
Ayer Adams 
Ayres John 
Babcock John B. 
Babson Thomas M. 
Bacon Francis 
Bacon Thomas H. 
Bacon Wm. 
Bailey Adrian F. 
Bailey Albion H. 
Bailey Joseph T. 
Baker Amos 
Baker Edmund J. 
Baker Ezra H. Jr. 
Baker John R. 
Baker K. W. 
Baker William P. 
Baker Wm. W. 
Balch Francis V. 
Balch Joseph W. 
Baldwin Elizur 
Baldwin Geo. W. 
Baldwin Henry 
Baldwin J. 'I'homas 
Ball James 



Ball Joshua D. 
Ballard James M. 
Bancroft George 
Barnard Charles A. 
Barnard Geo. M. Jr. 
Barnes Edwin C. 
Barnes Francis G. 
Barnes Parker 
Barnes Walter A. 
P>arrett Jonathan F. 
Barrows Horace G. 
Barry H. Storer 
Bartlett Chas. E. A. 
Bartlett Francis 
fBartlett Homer 
Bartlett Schuyler S. 
*BartIett Sidney 
Bartlett Sidney, Jr. 
Bartlett Wm. S. 
Basselt Elisha 
Bassett John 
Bassett John F. 
Batchelder Sam., Jr. 
Bates Moses 
Bates Samuel W. 
Batt Charles R. 
Baxter Francis J. 
Baxter Thompson 
Bay ley Benj. F. 
Bayley James C. 
Baylies Henry 
Beal Alexander 
Beal Jairus 
Beal James H. 
Beal William L. 
Beale Joseph H. 
Beals William 
Beebe James M, 
tBell James B. 
Bell Theodore H. 
Bellows Josiah G. 
Bemis George 
Benn .lames C. 
Bennett Joseph 
Bennett Wm. F. 
Benton Austin W. 
Berry Morrill P. 
Berry Nehemiah C. 
Bicknell William E. 
Bigelow Abrah'm O. 
Bigelow Alanson 
Bigelow Edwin M. 
Bigelow George B. 
Bigelow Geo. F. 
fBigelow Geo. T. 
fBigelow .Tohn P. 
Bigelow Timothy 
Bishop Robert R. 
Bispham Eleazer J. 
Blackmar W.W. 
Blaisdell Mark A. 
Blake Edward 
Blake John H. 
Blake Josiah W. 
Blake William P. 
Blaiicliard Charles 
Blanchard John A. 
Blandin Chas. F. 
Blaney David H. 
Blaney Henry 
Blasland Gideon B. 
Blatchford Geo. W. 
fBloch Abraham F. 
Blodget Henry T. 
Blodgett Caleb, Jr. 
Blodgett Luther 
Blood Charles S. 
Boardman Alon. W. 
*Boit Edward D. 
Bolles Matthew 
Bolster Solomon A. 
Bonney Pelham 
Borrowscale John 



Botume John, Jr. 
Bourne Jacob F. 
Bouve Epliraim W. 
Bowditch J. I. 
Bowditch Wi lliam I. 
Bo wen Hosea B. 
Bowen Stephen 
Bowker Albert 
Bowman Selwin Z. 
Brackett Geo. H. 
Brackett J. Q. A. 
Bradbury Horace D. 
Bradbury Samuel A. 
Bradford J. Kussell 
Bradish Levi J. 
Bradlee John T. 
*Bradlee J. Putnam 
Bradlee Nathaniel J. 
Bradlee Samuel J. 
fBradley .Joseph H. 
*Bragdon Joseph H. 
Brainard Edward H. 
Braman G. T. W. 
Braman Jarvis D. 
Braman Joseph B. 
Bramhall William 
Breed George F. 
Brewer Gardner 
Brewer Nathaniel 
Brewer Thomas M. 
Brewster Aug. O. 
Brewster John 
Brewster Osymn 
Biiard Oliver 
Bridge Abel E. 
Briggs Andrew H. 
Briggg Fred'k M. 
Briggs Harrison O. 
Briggs Luther 
Brigham Cephas 
Brigham Henry R. 
Brigham Wm. T. 
fBrimmer Martin 
Brooks Benj. F. 
Brooks Francis A. 
Brooks Henry C. 
Brooks James W. 
Brooks Wm. G. 
Brown Alpheus R. 
Brown Augustus 
Brown Benj. F. 
Brown Charles F. 
fBrown Edward 
Brown Edward P. 
Brown Francis H. 
Brown Jeremiah 
Brown John 
Brown John Murray 
fBrown Nehemiah 
Brown Richard S. 
Brown Samuel N. jr. 
Browne C. Allen 
Browne Edward I. 
Bruce George A. 
Bryant David 
Bryant Fred. E. C. 
Bryant G. J. F. 
Bryant John D. 
Bryant Napoleon B. 
Buck Edward 
Buckminster Wm. J. 
Buijbee .James M. 
Bullard Daniel W. 
Bullard George E. 
Bullard John R. 
BuUens Geo. S. 
Buinstead John 
Bunton Wm. H. 
jBurbank Robert I. 
Burgc Lorenzo 
Burgess Thomas H. 
Burke Edmund W. 
Burnett Lysander 



Burnham Benj. F. 
Burnliam Daniel S. 
Burrag'e Alvah A. 
Burrage Wm. W. 
fBurt William L. 
Busteed George W. 
Buswell Henry F. 
Butler Chas Shorey 
Butler .lohn Henry 
Butler Peter 
Butterfield George 
Buttertield Simeon 
Butterworth A. F. 
Byam George A. 
Caduc E. Ernest 
Callender Benjamin 
Calrow William H. 
Campbell Isaac T. 
Capelle Wm. C. 
Capen Aaron D. 
Capen John 
Capen Samuel C. 
Capen Thomas W. 
Carlton Wm. T. 
Carpenter George O. 
Carr George E. 
Carr John 
Garret James R. 
Carruth Nathan 
Carruth Wm. W. 
Carter Augustus W. 
Carter C. WlUard 
Carter Josiah H. 
Cartwright Jno. W. 
Cary Nathan C. 
Cary Wm. A. 
Caverly Charles, Jr. 
Cazmay Th imas W. 
Cazneau Andrew 
Charaberlin David 
Champney Edw. W. 
tChandler Peleg W. 
Chapin George H. 
Chapin Nath. G. 
Chaplin Heman W. 
Chapman Geo. R. 
Chapman John W. 
Chase Geo. W. 
Chase Henry S. 
Chase R. Gardner 
Cheever Tracy P. 
Cheney Arthur 
Cheney Horace R. 
Child Dudley R. 
Child George F. 
Child Linus M. 
Chipman Geo. W. 
Choate Chas. F. 
Church Henry A. 
Churchill Joseph R. 
Clapp Ebenezer 
Clapp George P. 
C lapp Henry A. 
Clapp Joshua W. 
Clapp Otis 
Clapp Wm. W. 
Clark Albe C. 
Clark Benj. C. 
Clark Charles P. 
Clark Isaac P. 
*Clark John M. 
Clark Joseph F. 
Clark Robert F. 
Clark Wm. R. 
Clarke Henry M. 
fClarke Jolin J. 
Clarke Thomas W. 
Clary Henry D. 
Cleaves Nathaniel 
Cleaves N. Porter 
Coats Sylvester S. 
Cobb Henry K. 
Cobb Samuel C. 



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Cobb Samuel T. 
Codraan Charles R. 
Codman Edward W. 
*Codman John 
Codman Robert 
Coe Oliver B. 
Coffin G. Winthrop 
Coffin Henry A. 
Cogswell William 
Col burn Jeremiah 
Colburn Wm. G. 
Colby John F. 
Colby Wm. R. 
Cole Charles D. 
Cole Oliver H. 
CoUamore John 
Collins Dennis J. 
Collins James 
Collins John H. 
Collins Patrick A. 
Colt James P. 
Comer Geo. N. 
Conant John H. 
Conkey John A. 
Connolly Wm. T. 
Connor James 
Converse Albert T. 
Converse James W. 
Converse Joseph H. 
Converse Joshua P. 
Cook Charles E. 
Cook Coleman 
Cook Edward 
Cook George M. 
Cook Rufus R. 
Cook William 
Cook William H. 
*Cooke Josiah P. 
Coolidjife Austin J. 
Coolidge David H. 
Coolidge Horace H. 
Coolidge John T. Jr. 
Cooney Patrick H, 
Cory Barney 
Covell Robert S. 
Crafts Wm. A. 
Cotting Chas. U. 
Cottrell Asa 
Cowdin John 
Cowdin Robert 
Cowing Walter H. 
Cowles William W. 
Cowley Charles 
Cragin L. S., Jr. 
Cram Geo. W. 
Crandall H. Burr 
Crane David F. 
Crjtne Horatio N. 
Crane John E. 
*Crane Samuel D. 
Creech Sam'l W., Jr. 
Crocker George G. 
fCrocker Henry 
Crocker Uriel 
Crocker Uriel H. 
Crombie James L. 
Crosby Franklin 
Crosby Joseph B. 
Crosby Sumner 
fCrowell Henry G. 
Crowley John C. 
fCrowninshield F.B, 
Culver Wm. C. 
Cumings Bradley N. 
Cumings Charles B. 
Cundy Wm. H. 
*Currier Benj. H. 
Currier Horace H. 
Currier Sereno E. D. 
Currier T. Florian 
Curtis Chas. P. 
Curtis Daniel B. 
Curtis Frederick 
Curtis George 
Curtis George J. 
Curtis James F. 
Curtis James W. 
Curtis Samuel S. 
Curtis Walter 
Curtis Wm. D. C. 



Curtiss John L. 
Cushing Benjamin 
Gushing Hay ward P. 
Cushing Henry W. 
Cushing Sidney 
Cushing Thomas 
Cushman Albert 
Cutler Eben 
Cutler Joseph 
Cutler Lucius A. 
Cutter Isaac J. 
Cutter John A. B. 
Cutter Leonard R. 
Dabney Lewis S. 
Dacey Timothy J. 
Daily James 
*DaIe Theron J. 
fDale William J. 
Dalton Henry L. 
*Dame Abraham A. 
Dame Charles C. 
Dame Frank O. 
Dame Theodore S. 
Damrell John S. 
Dana Richard H. 
tDana R. H., Jr. 
Dana Samuel T. 
Danforth John N. 
Daniels Joshua W. 
Daniels Nathan H. 
Darling Samuel C. 
Dary George A. 
Davenport Henry 
Davies Daniel 
Davis Adolphus 
Davis Barnabas 
Davis Charles 
Davis Charles E.,Jr. 
Davis Charles H. 
Davis Edward S. 
Davis Henry 
Davis James 
*Davis Jerome 
Davis Joshua W. 
Davis Samuel C. 
Davis Thomas W. 
Davis Timothy 
Davis Wm. F. 
Davis William F. 
Davis William F. 
Day Moses H. 
Dean Benjamin 
Dean Chauucy C. 
Dean Horace W. 
Dean Thomas 
Dearborn Edmu'd B. 
Dearborn John B. 
Deblois Stephen G. 
Demond Charles 
Dennie James 
Denny Daniel 
Denny Henry G. 
Denny J. Waldo 
Derby George S. 
Derby Isaac W. 
Devereaux John 
Dewey S. W. Jr. 
Dewson Francis A. 
Dexter Everett K. 
Dexter James H. 
Dexter S. Parkman 
Dexter William S. 
Dickerman Albert 
Dickinson M. F., Jr. 
Dillaway Charles Iv. 
Dillaway Chas. O.L. 
Dingley' Edward H. 
Ditson Oliver 
Dixon Francis B. 
Dockray Jas. R. 
Dodge Frederick 
Doherty Wm. W. 
Donahoe Patrick 
Donnelly Chas. F. 
Doolittle Oscar E. 
Dorr William B. 
Dow James B. 
Dowling Martin 
Downes George E. 
Drake Jeremy 



Drew Charles H. 
Dudley Dean 
Dudley Sanford H. 
Dunham Charles E. 
Dunham Josiali 
Dunham Thos. H. 
Dunklee Benj. W. 
Dunlap John S. 
Dunn Edward H. 
Dunnels Ezra P. 
Dupee James A, 
Durant Henry F. 
Durant Wm. B. 
*Durgin Samuel H. 
Dutton Henry W. 
Dyer B. Franklin 
Dyer Frank B. 
Dyer Micah, Jr. 
Eastburn John H. 
Easterbrook Wm. 
Eastman Ambrose 
Ea.'itman Geo. A. 
Eddy Robert H. 
Edmunds Charles 
Edson William 
Edwards George H. 
Edwards Hend'n J. 
Edwards Henry 
Egan .James 
Eldredge Chas. W, 
Eldridge John L. 
Ellicott Joseph P. 
Ellis Abijah 
Ellis Charles M. 
Ellis George W. 
Ellis John T. 
Ellis Rowland 
Ellison William P. 
Elson Julius 
Ely Alfred B. 
Emery Caleb S. 
Emery George F. 
Emery Woodward 
Endicott Henry 
Endicott Wm., Jr. 
English James L. 
Estabrook G. Wm. 
Eustis William T. 
Evans Alonzo H. 
Evans Richard 
Everett H. Sidney 
Everett J. Mason 
Everett Otis 
Fairbairn Robert B. 
Fallon James Otis 
Fallon Joseph D. 
Farley Jas. P. 
Farley James P., Jr. 
Farmer Jesse 
Farnsworth Ezra 
Farns worth Isaac D. 
Farwell Henry 
Faunce George B. 
Fay Clement K. 
Fay Frank B. 
Fearins: Henry L. 
Fennelly Richard J. 
Fenon Charles H. 
Field Benj. F. 
Field George G. 
Field Henry 
Field Walbridge A. 
Finan Bernard F. 
Firth Abraham 
Fischacher Max 
Fisher George A. 
Fisher George W. 
Fisher Theo. W. 
Fiske Chas. H. 
tFiske John M. 
Fitch Henry H. 
*Fitch Jonas 
Fltz Daniel F. 
Fitz Eustace C. 
Fitzgerald John E. 
Flatley Michael J. 
Flatley Patrick J. 
Fleming Chas. H. 
Fletcher Joel W. 
Fletcher John W. 



Flood Hugh 
Floyd Charles O. 
Floyd Edward E. 
Floyd Samuel E. 
Flynn Daniel F. 
Flynn James J. 
Folger George H. 
Folsom Albert A. 
Folsom Sewall S.W. 
Forbes Frank H. 
Ford Wm. E. 
Forsaith Wm. J. 
Forsyth James B. 
Foster David W. 
fFoster Dwight 
Foster Eben B. 
Foster Nathan'l, Jr. 
Fowle Seth A. 
Fowie Wm. B. 
Fowler George R. 
Fox Charles B. 
*Fox James A. 
Fox Thomas B. 
Francis Nathaniel 
Freeman J. G. 
Freeman William 
French Abram 
French Francis O. 
French Geo. P. 
French James 
Frost Eben R. 
Frost George S. 
Frost Henry W. 
Frost Joseph B. 
Frost Rufus S. 
Frothingham Sani'l 
Frothingham T. B. 
Fuller Henry Weld 
Fuller Samuel D. 
Fuller Stephen P. 
F"'urber William H. 
Gaffield Thomas 
Galloupe Chas. W. 
Gardner Francis 
Gardner Henry F. 
Gardner John 
Gardner Wm. S. 
Gargan Thomas J. 
.*Gaston William 
Gay Eben F. 
Gay George F, 
Gay James F. 
Gay Wm. B. S. 
Gerrish William 
Gibbens Joseph M. 
Gibbs Franklin 
Gifl'ord Nathan B. 
Gilbert Benj. W. 
Gilchrist Daniel S. 
Giles Alfred E. 
GlUett John B. 
Gilley John E. M. 
Gilliugham Casp'r S. 
Oilman John E. 
Girardin Louis 
Glancy John 
Gleason Horace 
Glidden Daniel A, 
Goddard Maurice 
Goldsbury John 
Goodnow James G. 
Goodrich Elijah D. 
Goodrich John B. 
Goodwin Albert G. 
Goodwin Daniel 
Goodwin Frank 
Goodwin Richard D, 
Gordon George H. 
Gore Theodore W. 
Gorely Charles P. 
Gould Francis 
Gould Frederick 
Gould Jesse 
Gould Samuel 
Grafton Daniel G. 
Granger David 
Grantham Fred. W. 
Graves Frank H. 
Gray Hollis R. 
*Gray John C. 



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Gray John C, Jr. 
*Giay Willinm 
Gray William It. 
Green Nichol's St.J. 
Greene Oscar V. 
Greenleaf Kich'd C. 
Greenougli Clias P. 
Greenough Win. W. 
Griffin Wm. F. 
Griggs George 
Griswold D. ('. 
Gould A. Lawrence 
Guild Charles B. 
Guild George K. 
Guild James 
Guild Josiah F. 
Guild William H. 
Hackett Frank W. 
Hadaway John T. 
Hale Cyrus K. 
Hale Francis P. 
fHale George S. 
Hale Theodore P. 
Haley John J. 
Hall Andrew T. 
fHall Charles B. 
Hall Edward F. 
Hall Francis A. 
Hall John K. 
Hall Oliver 
Hallett Henry L. 
Hallett Theodore 
Haiublin Howard M. 
Hammond E. L. S. 
Hanson Hadley P. 
Hapgood Lyman S. 
Harding Lyman L. 
Harding Wm. 15. 
Harlow Thomas S. 
Harmon .StephenW. 
Harrington Chas. F. 
Harrington John C. 
Harris Edward D. 
Harris J . Watson 
fHarris Wm. G. 
Hart S. Rowland 
Hart Wm. H. 
*Harvey Peter 
Harwood Irving I. 
Haskell Daniel N. 
Hassam John 
Hassara John T. 
Hasting'S Andrew J. 
Hastings Edward 
Hastings John W. 
Hatch Albert D. 
Hatch Samuel 
Hatch Windsor 2d 
Hatheway Simon W 
*Haven Franklin 
fHaven Frank'n, Jr. 
Hawkes Thomas B. 
Hayden Charles J. 
Hayden William 
tHayes Francis B. 
Hayes Francis L. 
Hayes Wm. A., Jr. 
Head Charles D. 
Healy A. Sherwood 
IHealy John P. 
Healy Wm. E. 
Hebard Sylvester H. 
Hedge William 
Hemeuway Alfred 
Hencliman Nath. H. 
Henshaw Fred. H. 
Henshaw Joseph L. 
Herriuk Charles P. 
Herrick Wm. A. 
Hersey Alfred C. 
Her^ey George E. 
Hesseltine F. S. 
Hewes Jabez F, 
Hewins James 
Hibbard Wm. C. 
Hichborn Geo. R. 
Higginson Stephen 
Hill Clement H. 
Hill Hamilton A. 
Hill Hamilton A. 



Hill Noble H. 
Hill Thomas 
Hill Thomas H. 
Hill Wm. H. 
Hillard George S. 
Hills William S. 
Hills Thomtis 
Hinckley Samuel L, 
Hinds Calvin P. 
Hoague Isaac T. 
f Hobart Aaron 
Hobart Arthur Wm. 
Hobbs George M. 
fHobbs William 
Hodgdon Micah W. 
Hodges Samuel W. 
Hodgkins Wm. H. 
Holbrook Horatio N 
Holbrook Silas P. 
Holden A. R. 
Holden Edward 
Holden Leonard P. 
Holland Henry W. 
Hollis J. Edward 
HoUis Thomas 
Holman Ralph W. 
Holmes Edward J. 
Holmes George 
Holmes Jabez S. 
Holmes John S. 
Holmes Oliver M. 
Holmes O. W., Jr. 
Holmes Richard 
Holway Merrill S. 
Homans Charles D. 
Homer George 
Homer George F. 
fHomer Peter T. 
Hooper Roobert 
Hopkins Albert H. 
Houghton Cliarles 
Hovey Edwin S. 
Hovey .loseph F. 
Hovey Solomon 
Howard Jas. M. F. 
Howard Martin 
Howard Wm. P. 
Howe Moses G. 
*Howes Lewis W. 
Howland Ichabod 
Hoxie Timothy W. 
Hoyt Henry 
Hubbard Charles 
Hubbard Chas. E. 
Hubbard Josiah W, 
Hubbard Silas P. 
Hudson Charles H. 
Hudson John E. 
tHudson John W. 
Humphrey F. J. 
Hunnewoll Francis 
Hunt Harrison G. 
Hunt Henry C. 
Hunt W. L. G. 
Hunter Henry M. 
Hunting Edward A. 
Hunting George F. 
Huntington C. W. 
Hurd Charles H. 
Hurd Francis W. 
Hurd Theo. C. 
Hutchins Ezra C. 
Hutching Henry C. 
Hutchinson Chas. C. 
Hutchinson Wm. H. 
Hyde Henry D. 
Ingalls John B. 
Ingalls Melville E. 
Ingalls William 
Ireson S. Edwin 
*Ives .Steph. B., Jr. 
Jackson Abraham 
Jackson Cearles E. 
Jackson John G. 
Jackson Patrick T. 
Jackson Samuel S. 
James E. Worthen 
Jaques Francis 
Jeti'ries John, Jr. 
Jenks Lemuel P. 



Jenks Thos. L. 
Jennison Sanmel 
Johnson Andrew L. 
Johnson Henry A. 
Johnson Henry W. 
Johnson Robert 
Johnson Samuel, Jr. 
Johnston J. Albert 
Jones Arthur E. 
Jones Augustine 
f.Tones Edward J. 
Jones Geo. II. 
Jones George S. 
Jones Jerome 
Jones Leonard A. 
Jordan Frank W. 
Jordan Louis W. 
Jordan Wm. H. S. 
Josselyn F. M. 
Joy Albion K. P. 
Keefe Wm. J. 
Keep Jabez 
jKeith James M. 
fKelly Edward A. 
Kelly W. F. A. 
Kemp H. N. D., Jr. 
Kendall Robt. B. 
Kennedy Thomas C. 
Kent James D. 
Kent Barker B. 
Kent Wm. H. 
Kern Francis V. B. 
Kettell Edward H. 
Kettell John B. 
Keyes Charles G. 
Keyes Eben W. 
Keyes Stephen F. 
Kidder Isaac L. 
Kilton John F. 
Kimball Charles W. 
Kimball David 
Kimball David P. 
Kimball Edgar L. 
Kimball Henry H, 
Kimball J. Chellis 
Kimball Moses 
Kimball Otis 
King De.Kter S. 
King John G. 
Kingsbury Aaron 
Kingsbury Geo. H. 
Kingsbury Wm. B. 
fKinsley Edw. W. 
Kittredge Chas. F. 
Kittredge FrancisW 
Knapp Oren S. 
''■Knight Henry T. 
Knowles Isaiah, Jr. 
Kuhn George H. 
Kuhn .lohn 
Kyle Winslow S. 
Lalorme Joseph A. 
Lamb Thomas 
Lamson Artem's W. 
Lamson John A. 
Lane Charles B. 
Lane Charles E. 
Lappen Owen 
Lathrop .John 
Lathrop Wm. M. 
Lawrence Abbott 
*Lawrence Amos A. 
L.awrence Chas. W. 
Lawrence Eben S. 
Lawrence FrancisW 
Leach George C. 
Learned Francis H. 
Leary Michael 
Leavitt Charles H. 
Leavitt Wm. P. 
Lee James W. 
Lee John Howard 
Lee William H. 
Leicester Geo. V. 
*Leighton John C. 
Leighton John W. 
Leland Emerson 
Leonard Geo. B. 
Leonard .Joseph 
*Lewi8 George 



Lewis James S" 
Lewis Weston 
Lewis Winslow 
Lincoln Arthur 
Lincoln Chas. D. 
Lincoln Chas. S. 
fLincoln F. W., Jr. 
Lincoln Lowell 
Lincoln Robert B. 
Lincoln Solomon 
Litchfield Ira 
Little Charles H. 
Little Samuel 
Littletield Walter 
I.ivermore Thos. L. 
fLoeke Jesse A. 
Lombard Richard T. 
Long John D. 
Long William H. 
Lord J. Brown 
Lord John W. 
Lord Thomas H. 
Loring Caleb W. 
Loring Edward Day 
Loring Eleazer B. 
Loring Horace 
Loring Isaac W. 
Loring John A. 
Loring Joshua 
Lothrop Eben W. 
fLothrop T. K. 
Loud Andrew J. 
Loud Samuel C. 
Lovejoy Samuel M. 
Lovejoy William B. 
Lovering Chas. T. 
Lovering Daniel, Jr. 
Lovett Chas. W. 
Lovett Chas. W. Jr. 
Lovett Joshua 
Low John 
I^owe Abraham T. 
Lowell Augustus 
^Lowell Jolm 
Lucas Winslow D. 
Lund Rodney 
Lynch John P. 
Lynde Alonzo V. 
Lyndon I'atrick F. 
Macdonald E. A. 
Mack Thomas 
Mackintosh H. B. 
Mackintosh Wm. H. 
MacNamaraMich.H. 
Macomber Frank G. 
Macy George N. 
Magoun Herbert 
Maguire Thos. F. 
Mahan John W. 
Mair George H. 
Mair Thomas 
Mandell Moses J. 
Manley John 
Mann John Julian 
Mansfield Gideon T. 
Marble William 
March George N. 
March John S. 
Marsh Frederick A. 
Marsh Henry A. 
fMarsh Lucius B. 
Marsh Robert 
Marsh Samuel B. 
Marsh Stillman P. 
Marshall Wyzemaa 
Martin William D. 
Mason Edward H. 
Mason Lyman 
Mason Walter N, 
Mason Wm. H. 
Mason Wm. P. 
Mather Henry H. 
Matthews Nathan 
Matthews Richard 
May John 
May John J. 
fMay J. Wilder 
May Wm. B. 
Ma> nadier .las. E. 
McClearv Sam'l F. 



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McClellan John 
McCormick James 
McElroy John 
McGulre James H. 
McKeever Henry F, 
McKim John W. 
McLeod Arthur J. 
McPhail A. M., Jr. 
McSlieey John J. 
Mead Michael 
Means Wm. G. 
Mears G. Granville 
Mears John, Jr. 
Merriam Adolphus 
Merriam Joseph W. 
Merriam Otis W. 
Merrill Amos B. 
Mernll Charles A. 
Merrill Charles H. 
Merrill Harum 
Merrill Moody 
Merritt Franklin S. 
Merritt Neliemiah 
Merwin Ehas 
Meserve Isaac H. 
Meston Lyman B. 
Miles Charles E. 
Metcalf Henry B. 
Miles Charles E. 
Millett Joshua H. 
Milliken Eben C. 
Mills Dexter T. 
Mills John P. 
Minot JohnO. B. 
Minot William, Jr. 
Minot William, 3d 
Mitchell Charles L. 
Molineux Robert G. 
Molineux KobertW. 
*Moore Charles W. 
Moore Edward B. 
Moore Fredk. H. 
Moore H. 
Morrill George 
Morris Robert 
Morse Bushrod 
Morse George A. 
Morse GeoriJie W. 
Morse Horace E. 
IMorse .Tames C. 
Morse Joliu T., Jr. 
Morse Nathan 
Morse Rob't M., Jr. 
Morton Andrew J. 
Morton Edwin 
Morton Francis T. 
Sloselev Edward A. 
Motte Ellis L. 
Moulton Barron C. 
Moulton Chaj. J. B. 
Mowry Oscar B. 
MulUn Wm. F. 
Munro Peter G. 
Munroe Francis J. 
Munroe William 
Murdoch Joseph 
Murdock Judson 
Nason Almon F. 
Nason Jesse L. 
Naylor Robert F. 
Nazro Charles G. 
Neale Alonzo F. 
Needham Daniel 
Nettleton Aaron F. 
NettletonEdwardP. 
Newhall lizra F. 
Newton Jeremiah L. 
Nicliols Curtis C. 
Nichols Frank A. 
Nichols George W. 
Nichols John P. 
Nichols Lvman 
Nichols Robert C. 
Nichols Wm. Jr. 
Nichols Wm. W. 
Nicholson James L. 
Nickerson John A. 
Nickerson .Joseph 
Nickerson Pliny 
Niles Stephen E. 



Noble John 
Noble John 
Noble William 
tNorcross Otis 
Norman James S. 
Norton Michael 
Nourse Benj. F. 
Nowell John A. 
Noyes Geor<je D. 
Nutter Charles C. 
Nutter Thomas F. 
O'Brien John 
O'Brien Wm. J. 
O'Connor Edw. B. 
Odione James C. 
Olney Richard 
Ordway John P. 
Osborn Francis A. 
Osgood Byron A. 
Osgood Lewis W. 
Otis Edmund B. 
tOtis Theo. 
Otis William C. 
Owen Roscoe P. 
Page Cyrus A. 
Page Edward 
Page Timothy R. 
Paine Robert Treat 
Paine Rob. Treat, Jr. 
Palfrey Francis W. 
Palmer Julius A. 
Palmer Wm. H. 
Park Daniel 
Park George W. 
Park John C. 
Park William D. 
*Parker Aurelius D. 
Parker Chas. Ham. 
Parker Chas. Henry 
Parker Henry G. 
Parker Horatio G. 
Parker Jeremiah D. 
Parker John B. 
Parker John D. 
fParker Samuel D. 
*Parker William 
Parker William M. 
Parkman William 
Parks Nath'l Austin 
Parmenter Wm. E. 
Parsons Solomon 
Parsons Thomas 
Pattee Chas. H. 
Patten (Claudius B, 
Patten George W. 
Payne Charles F. 
*Pavson Thomas 
Peabody William S. 
Pearson Chas. L. 
Pease Frederick 
PeckOren H. 
Peck William G. 
Peirce William 
Peirson Charles L. 
Pelton Floretine W. 
Pember J. Read 
Perkins Charles B. 
Perkins Henry P. 
Perkins H. W. Jr. 
Perkins Thomas H. 
Perkins William 
Perkins William E. 
Perry Baxter E. 
Perry Francis A. 
Perry George A. 
Peters Edward D. 
Peterson Reuben, Jr. 
Phelps James T. 
Phillips Charles A. 
*PliillipsGeo. Wm. 
Phippen George, Jr. 
Pickering Edward 
Pickering Henry 
Pickering James F. 
Pickering John 
Pierce Edward 
Pierce Edward H, 
Pierce Samuel B. 
Pike Charles E. 
Pike Ezekiel W. 



Pillsbury Albert E. 
Pindell Charles E. 
Pingry Samuel H. 
Pinkham George F, 
Piper George F. 
Pitcher James W. 
Plumer Avery 
I'lumer .Joseph A. 
Plummer C. G. C 
fPlummer Farnham 
Pond Benjamin 
Poor Franklin N. 
Poor Geo. H. 
Poor John O. 
Pope Frederic G. 
Pope Richard 
Pope William 
Porter Edward F. 
Porter John L. 
Potter Andrew B. 
Potter Asa P. 
Potter Robert Iv, 
Power Tileston C. 
Powers Charles E. 
Pratt All)ert S. 
Pratt Caleb I. 
Pratt Charles E. 
Pratt Eleazer F. 
Pratt George L. 
Pratt George W. 
Pratt Isaac, Jr. 
Pratt Jerahmeel C. 
Pratt John C. 
Pratt Laban 
Pray Benj. S. 
Prentice George W. 
Prentice Theo. 
Prescott Levi T. 
Preston .James W. 
Preston Jonathan 
*Price E. Sewall 
Prince Frederick O. 
Prince .John T. 
Prince Thomas 
Proctor Darwin A. 
Proctor Geo. B. 
Proctor Thomas P. 
Putnam Edwin M. 
Quincy Geo. H. 
tQuincy Josiali 
Quincy Samuel M. 
Quincy Wm. H. 
Quinn James 
fRand Edward S. 
Hand Edward S., Jr. 
Rand George C. 
Randall Otis G. 
Rankin Simeon S. 
Ranney Ambrose A. 
Ransom Chandler R. 
Rantoul Robert S. 
Ray Edwin 
Read Charles C. 
Read James 
*Redfield Isaac F. 
Reed Charles M. 
Reed Edward 
Reed George M. 
Reed Isaac G. 
Reed James H. 
Reed John 
fReed John H. 
Reed Joseph W. 
Reed Sampson 
Reed Vy. F. 
Reynolds Henry R. 
Rhodes John B. 
fRice Alexander H. 
Rice Fitz H. 
Rice Freeman 
Rice Geo. Woods 
Rice Samuel 
Rich Giles H. 
Rich Otis 
Richards Edward 
Richards Geo. H. 
Richards J. Avery 
Richardson Abijah 
Richardson Albert L 
Richardson Geo. P. 



Richardson G. P., Jr. 
Richardson Ivory N. 
Richardson Ivory W. 
Richardson Jas. B. 
Richardson Jeffrey 
Richardson John 
Richardson S. W. 
Richardson Thos. F. 
Richardson Wm. F. 
Rideout .Justin 
Ridler Samuel P. 
Riley Edward 
*Riley Patrick 
Riley Thomas 
Ripley Ebed L. 
Risley .John E. 
t Ritchie Harrison 
fRitchie James 
Robb .James B. 
Bobbins Josiah D. 
Roberts George L. 
Roberts James H. 
Robinson A. J. 
Robinson Edwin A. 
Robinson George I. 
Robinson John C. 
Robinson Thomas 
Robinson Thos. W, 
Rogers Daniel H. 
Rogers Henry M. 
Rogers James O. 
Rogers Joseph P. 
Rogers Shubael G. 
Rollins Hiram S 
Rollins James W. 
Ross Alphonzo 
Ross Samuel J. 
Rotch Benj S. 
Rowe Geo. H. M. 
Rowean Thomas 
Royce Burnham 
Ruffin George L. 
Rumrill James A. 
Rugg Erastus 
Russ Augustus 
Russell Benj. F. 
Russell Charles 
Russell Daniel W. 
Russell Saml. H. 
jRussell Thomas 
Russell Thomas H. 
Russell Wm. G. 
Safford Geo. F. 
Salisbury Daniel W. 
Salom Mark 
Sampson Oscar H. 
Samuels Edward A. 
Sanborn Edward W. 
Sanborn Erastus W. 
Sanford Baylies 
Sanford Joseph B. 
Sanford Oliver S. 
tSanger Geo. P. 
*Saunders Chas. G. 
Saunders Daniel, Jr. 
Savage Edward H. 
Sawyer Fred. W. 
Sawyer Jabez A. 
Sayles Henry 
Sayward Wm. 
Scanlan Michael 
Scott Augustus E. 
Scudder Henry A. 
Searle George W. 
Sears Philip H. 
Sears Richard W. 
Sears Willard T. 
Sears Wm. B. 
Seaver Nathaniel 
Seaver William 
Seaward Addison J. 
Sedgwick Arthur G. 
Sewall Samuel E. 
Sharp Daniel 
Shattuck Geo. O. 
Shaw Benjamin S. 
fShaw George A. 
Shaw George S. 
Shaw Henry S. 
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Shaw Lemuel 
Shaw Koliind C. 
Shaw Siinuiel P. 
Sliaw Sairiuel S. 
Shea Patrick F. 
Sheldon Henry N. 
Sheldon \Vm. K. 
Shepard Chas. A. B. 
Shepard Edward O. 
Slierwin Thomas 
Shinunin Chas. F. 
Shirley Daniel H. 
Shiverick George 
Shurtleir Hiram S. 
tShurtleffNath'lB. 
Shute James 31., Jr 
Siders Charles 
Silsby Joseph P. 
Simmons Idvvard M 
Simmons Geo. A. 
Simmons Wm. A. 
Simonds Alvan 
Slmonds John H. 
Sinclair Albert T. 
Skillings David N. 
Slack Chas. W. 
Slade Lucius 
Sleeper Charles F. 
Sleeper Herbert 
fSleeper Jacob 
Slocum William F. 
Smart Wm. B. 
Smith Albert 
Smith Amos 
Smith Charles 
Smith Cliauncey 
Smith Edward J. 
Smith Emory B. 
Smith Francis M. 
Smith Franklin W. 
Smith Henry 
Smith Henry Hyde 
Smith Henry W.- 
Smith Horace 

Smith H. Farnham 

*Sniith .Joshua B. 

Smith Lebbeus W. 

Smith Pliinoas B., Jr 

Smith Kobert D. 

Smith Thos. C. 

Smith Thomas 31. 

Smith Wm. A. 

Smythe Geo. A. 

Snelling Samuel G. 

Snow Henry A. 

Snow Samuel 

Snow Samuel T. 

*Sohier Edward D. 

*Sohier William 

Sonierby G. A. 

Soren Jolin J. 

Southard Charles B. 

Spalding .John J . 

Spaulding' Ira D. 

Speare Alden 
Spinney Edwin B. 

Spinney Samuel R. 

Spooner Nathaniel 

Spooner N'ath'l B 

Sprague Charles J, 

Sprague Francis 

Sprague Henry H. 

Sprague Tliomas 

Spurr Oliver H. 

Squire J. K. M. 

Staekpole David D. 

Stackpole J. Lewis 

Stacy Jlelville 

Staftord Charles F. 

Standish L. Miles 

Standish William 

Stan wood Charles 

*Staples HamiltonB. 

Stearns Edward 

Stearns George C. 

Stearns Nath'l C. 

Stebbins Solomon B. 

Stcdman Daniel B. 

Stedman Francis D. 



Stetson Sidney A. 
tStetson AV'm. .J. 
Stevens Benj. F. 
Stevens Chas. E. 
Stevens Henry J. 
Stevens Hiram A. 
Stevens Joseph C. 
Stevens Jlunroe 
Stevens Oliver 
Stevens William B. 
Stevenson J. Thos, 
Stiles I. Augustus 
Stimson Aug. G. 
Stoddard Chas. 
Stodder JohuAV. T. 
Stone Anson J, 
tStoue Baman 
Stone Kichard, Jr. 
Storey Charles W. 
Storey Moortield 
Storrow Charles S. 
Storrow James J. 
Story Isaac 
Story Joseph 
Stratton Chas. E.,Jr. 
Stratton T. Wilson 
Stubbe Wm. H. 
Sturtevant Thos. L. 
Sullivan Kichard 
Sullivan Thomas F. 
Suter Hales W. 
Swan Charles H. 
Swan James 
Swan Robert T. 
Swan William W. 
Sweetser David H. 
Swett Samuel W. 
Swinson William 
Tainter Alonzo E. 
Talbot Newton 
Tallon James H. 
Tarbell John P. 
Tasker Ebenezer 
Taylor George H.T. 
Taylor T. Albert 

Taylor W. O. 

Tead Edw. L. 

Teele John O. 

Tenney Alonzo C. 

Tenney Benj. F. 

Teschemacher P. E. 

Thacher Isaac 

Thacher Peter 

Thacher Stephen 

Thacher Wm. G. 

Thaxter Dune. McB, 

Thaxter Joseph B. 

Thayer Albert F. 

Thayer Chas. F. 

Thayer David 

Thayer James B. 

Thayer Nathaniel 

Thing J. M. 

Thomas Charles G. 

Thomas James B. F. 

Thomas Seth J. 

Thomas William 

Thompson Chas. W. 

Thompson Lucian B. 

fThompson N. A. 

Thompson Wm. V. 

Thomson James D. 

tThorndike John H. 

Thorndike Jolin L. 

Thorndike Sam'[ L. 

Thornton J. Wingate 

Thwing Supply C. 

Tirrell Charles C^. 

Titus John W. 

Tobey Gerald C. 

fTolman Eben'r W. 

Tompkins Dexter A. 

Tompson Samuel 

Torrey Benj. B. 

Torrey Calvin 

Torrey Geo. W. 

Torrey Joseph V. 

Towne George G. 

Towne William B. 



Towne William H. 
Tracy Frederick U. 
tTrain Charles li. 
Treadwell John P. 
Tripp Geo. H. 
Tripp W. D. 
Tucker Horace G. 
Tucker James C. 
Tucker Joseph W. 
Tucker Payson E. 
Tucker William W, 
Turner Alfred T. 
Turner Charles W. 
Turner Henry C. 
Tuttle Charles W. 
Tuttle Samuel J. 
Tuxbury Geo. W. 
Tyler Charles H. 
Tyler John 
Tyler John S. 
Tyler AVm. C. 
Tyndale Theo. H. 
Underwood F. H. 
Underwood Geo. L. 
Underwood Guy C. 
Upham Henry 
tUpton Geo. B. 
Venzie Joseph A. 
Vialle Charles A. 
Vila Joseph 
Vinal Paul J. 
Vincent George H. 
Vincent Wm. H. 
Vinton Alfred C. 
Vose Robert 
Vose Kobert, jr. 
Wade Joseph M. 
*WadleighEdnin A. 
Wadsworth Alex. 
Wadswortli Alex.F 
Wakeiield Cyrus 
Wakefield Enoch H 
Wakefield Thos. L. 
Walbridge Fred. G. 
Walcott Charles F. 
Walker Clement A. 
Walker Henry 
Walker Henry W. 
Walker Samuel A. 
tWalley Samuel H. 
Walley William P. 
Wallis Elbridge G- 
Walsh James 
Ward Francis J. 
Ward Joseph H. 
Ward Joseph W. 
Ward Jlichael J. 
Ward Samuel D. 
Ward well Henry 
Ware Darwin E. 
Ware Geo. W. Jr. 
Ware Horace E. 
Warner Aaron E. 
Warner Jolin 
jWarren CharlesH. 
Warren George W. 
Warren Wm. W. 
Warren Wm. W. 
Warren Winsl'w.Jr. 
Washburn Alex. C. 
Washburn Benj. D. 
Washburn Chas. H. 
Washburn John M. 
Watson John C. 
Way John M. 
Way Samuel A. 
Webb Charles H. 
Weeks Allen S. 
Wellington Ambr's 
Wellington Asa 
Wellington Hiram 
Wellman John W. 
Wellman Wm. A. 
Wells Benj.T. 
Wells Henry J. 
Wells Michael F. 
Welsh Edward J. 
Welch Jonathan W, 
Wentworth Alon. B. 



Wentworth Sam. H. 
t West Benj. H. 
AVest Wm. H. 
Weston Thomas, Jr, 
Wheeler Alex. S. 
Wheeler Charles 
AVheelock Ford'ce F, 
Wheelock .lolin 
fWheelock Peter S. 
Wheelwright A. C. 
Whipple John L. 
White Benj. F. 
AVhite Edward A, 
AVhite Henry B. 
White Horace H. 
AVhitehouse C. H. 
Whitman .Jos. H. 
Whitman Wm. D.A, 
Whitney Calvin C. 
Whitney Daniel H. 
AVhitney AV'm. S. 
Whittemore B. F, 
AVhittemore Henry 
Whitten Chas. V, 
Whitwell Wm. S. 
Wiggin Charles E. 
Wiggins John H. 
Wightman Jos. M. 
Wilbur Asa 
Wilbur Horace B. 
fWilder James H. 
fWilder Marshall P. 
AVilkins Fred'k A. 
AVilkins Levi 
AVilkins Samuel F. 
tWillard Joseph A. 
Willard Timothy W, 
Willcut Levi L. 
Willey Tolman 
Williams Alfred 
AVilliams Charles i'. 
Williams Elijah 
AVilliams H. B. 
Williams Henry W. 
Williams Horace 
Williams Horace P. 
AVilliams Jas.M.W, 
Williams John 
Williams Moses, Jr. 
AVilliams Kobert B. 
AVilliams S. H. 
Williams W. Roscoe 
Williamson Wra. C. 
Willis Kufus A. 
AVilson Arthur P, 
Wilson Henry W, 
AVilson .lohn T. 
Wilson Thomas 
Wilson Wm. Harry 
Winnett Jasou 
AVinship F. Lyman 
AA'inslow Edward 
AVinslow Frank 
AA'inslow John B. 
AA'ise Edward 
Withington AVm, 
AA^'oodberry Chas. D. 
\A''oodbury Charles 
AA^oodbury Jesse P, 
AVoodman Chas. T, 
AVoodman George 
AVoodman Horatio 
AA'^oodside Franklin 
AA'ooIson .lames A. 
AA''ortliingt'n Roland 
tAVriglit Albert J. 
Wright A. Bliss 
AA^right Carroll D, 
AA^right Edwin 
* Wright Isaac H, 
AA'^right James J. 
AV'right John S. 
AA^right Smith 
AA'^yman Asa, Jr. 
AVyinan Isaac C. 
Young Hiram C. 
Young P. Ambrose 



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Trial Justice. 

Revere, Jonatkan Harrington. 
Justices of the Peace. 

{IncJwKng Justices of the Peace and Qnorum, des- 
ignated bji a*, and Justices throughout the Common- 
toealth, designated by at.] 

Chelsea, Isaiah M. Atkins, Edwin 
C. Barnes, Samuel Bassett, fHamlett 
Bates, Ralph Beatley, John Bell, 
Chas. Blanchard, Caleb Blo(l<iett, jr., 
William V. Boweii, *Joseph H. Brag- 
don, Wm. P. B. Brooks, Simeon But- 
terfield, Joseph R. Carr, jr., Mellen 
Chamberlain, Henry L. Champlin, Ira 
Cheever, Tracy P. Cheever, Albert 
Dwight, James P. Farley, James P. 
Farley, jr., Frank B. Fay, Charles H. 
Ferson, Max Fischacher, Eustace C 
Fitz, John W. Fletcher, James B. 
Forsyth, Rufus S. Frost, Benjamin 
J. Gerrish, William Gerrish, John E. 
M. Gilley, A. Lawrence Gould, Jesse 
Gould, James S. Green, John T. Had- 
away, Andrew L. Haskell, Merrill S. 
Holway, Charles Hubbard, Samuel 
S. Jackson, *Heiiry T. Knight, Wil- 
liam H. Long, Isaac W. Loring, Eben 
W. Lothrop, Jolm Low, Stillman P. 
Marsli, Charles A. Merriam, Otis Mer- 
riam, Otis W. Merriam, Eugene Mil- 
likin, Jacob Mitchell, Samuel Orcutt, 
John P. Payson,William R. Pearmain, 
Benj. Phipps, jr., Allen Pratt, John 
M. Prince, Harvey Rogers, Hiram S. 
R jllins, Erastus Rugg, Alonzo C. Ten- 
ney, John Warner, W. A. Williams. 

Revere, Benjamin H. Dewing, Jon- 
athan Harrington, fWm. G. Harris, 
Ivory N. Richardson. 

Wintlirop, David Belclier, *Edward 
Floyd, George F. SafFord. 
Coroners. 

Boston, Frederic S. Ainsworth, Ira 
Allen, Horace G- Barrows, William 
M. Cornell, Hugh Doherty, Joseph R. 
Draper, George E. Evans, Vine H. 
Fitch, John S. H. Fogg, John W. 
Foye, William H. H. Hastings, Pas- 
chal P. Ingalls, Richard M. Ingalls, 
John J. McSheehy, Edward B. Moore, 
Aaron P. Richardson, Duncan McB. 
Thaxter, David Thayer, Wm. E. Un- 
derwood, Robert Vose, jr., Robert 
White, jr., Artiuir H. Wilson ; Sjie- 
cial, Erastus W. Sanborn, Charles 
Smith. Chelsea, James B. Forsyth. 
Notaries Public. 

Boston, Albert W. Adams, Chas. 
B. F. Adams. Edwin A. Alger, Geo. 
Ames, P. Adams Ames, Jona. Amory, 
Wm. S. Anderson, Samuel Andrews, 
Geo. T. Angell, Herman Askensay, 
John R. Baker, John N. Barbour, 
Elisha Bassett, Adolphus Bates, Jas. 
B. Bell, Morrill P. Berry, Charles 
Blanchard, Abraham F. Bloch, 



Luther Blodgett, Jos. R. Bradford. 
Samuel J. Bradlee, Fredk. M. Briggs, 
Lloyd Briggs, Charles H. Brown, 
Edwin W. Brown, Robert H. Buck, 
Wm. John Buckminster, John R. 
BuUard, Robert I. Burbank, Benja 
min F. Burnham, Wm. W. Burrage, 
E. Ernest Caduc, Chas. P. Clark, 
Henry D. Clary, Henry E. Cobb, 
Henry A. Coffin, Wm. W. Cowles, 
Benj. H. Currier, Samuel S. Curtis, 
George H. Cutter, Timothy Davis, 
Thomas A. Dexter, Chas. E. W. 
Dimmock, Charles H. Drew, Francis 
S. Dyer, George W. Estabrook, 
George B. Faunce, Alfred G. Fisher, 
Henry H. Fitch, George H. Folger, 
John B. Folger, Wm. H. Foster, 
Benjamin W. Gilbert, John E. M. 
Gilley, Theo. W. Gore, J. Brainerd 
Hall, Richard S. Haven, Joseph L. 
Henshaw, Calvin P. Hinds, George 
M. Hobbs, Wm. Hobbs, jr.. Job H. 
Hodgman, John S. Holmes, Willis 
Howes, John W. Hudson, Harrison 
G. Hunt, Francis W. Jacobs, Samuel 
Jennison, Freeman M. Josselyn, John 
H. Kimball, Nathan P. Lamson, Wm. 
M. Lathrop, Thomas H. Leavitt, 
Wm. H. Lewis, Walter Littlefield, 
John D. Long, Samuel C. Loud, 
Samuel M. Lovejoy, Ebenr. M. Mc- 
Pherson, John Otis Mills, James C. 
Morse, Andrew J. Morton, Ellis L. 
Motte, Edward P. Nettleton, Curtis 
C. Nichols, Byron A. Osgood, N. 
Austin Parks, Claudius B. Patten, 
Frederick Pease, Franklin S. Phelps, 
Asa P. Poiter, Christopher Prince, 
Otis G. Randall, Chandler R. Ran- 
som, John B. Rhodes, Henry Rice, 
J. Avery Richards, James Ritchie, 
Edward Russell, Francis Seaverns, jr., 
Daniel Sharp, Geo. S. Shaw, George 
Sherman, J. Edwin Sherman, H. 
Farnam Smith, John J. Spalding, 
David D. Stackpole, George C. 
Stearns, Joseph L. Stone, Wra. H. 
Stuljbe, Hales W. Suter, J. Watson 
Taylor, Duncan McBean Thaxter, 
Charles F Thayer, Newell A. Thomp- 
son, W^m. H. Thompson, Paul P. 
Todd, Charles A. Tucker, Joseph W. 
Tucker, John S. Tyler, Joseph Vila, 
Chas. F. Walcott, Aaron E. Warner, 
Oliver Warner, Alfied B. Warren, 
John C Watson, Ambrose Welling- 
ton, Frank G. Webster, W. Roscoe 
Williams, William C. Williamson, F. 
Lyman Winship, J. P. Gushing AVin- 
ship. Chelsea, Hamlett Bates, Charles 
Blanchard, Eben Hutchinson. 
Commissioners of "Wrecks. 

Boston, Moses B. Tower. 

Winthrop, Edward Floyd. 



WORCESTER COUNTY. 



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WORCESTER COUNTY. 



Incorporated, April 2, 1731. 

Shire Towns, Worcestek and Fitchburg. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Judge of Probate and Insolvency,. . . . Henry Chapin, Worcester. 

Register of Probate and Insolvency,. . Chas. E. Stevens, Worcester. 

Ass^ t Register of Probateand Insolvency Fredk. W. Southwick,. . . . Worcester. 

Clerk of Courts, Joseph Mason, Worcester. 

Assistant Clerk, John A. Dana, Worcester. 

Register of Deeds, Alexander H. Wilder, .... Worcester. 

County Treasurer, Charles A. Chase, Worcester. 

f Julias E. Tucker, ') 

I Saml. A. Porter, > Worcester. 

r\ r TT ^ n .• 1 Joseph D. Daniels, ) 

Overseers of Houses of Correction, • K » i V n i \ 

•' •' ' I Alvah CroL'ker, ) 

William Baker, >• Fitchburg. 

Silas Holman, ) 

. Augustus B. R. Sprague,. . Worcester. 



Sheriff, 

Deputy SheriflFs. 

Athol, Gardiner Lord. 

Barre, Daniel Cumniings. 

Blackstone, Edmund O. Bacon. 

Clinton, Enoch K. Gibbs. 

Douglas, Cornehus Emmons. 

Fitchburg, Francis Buttrick. 

Gardner, Lucien W. Brown. 

Graf on, S. Davis Hall. 

Milford, Samuel W. Hayward. 

North Brookfield, Luther P. De 
Land. 

Oxford, Orrin W. Chafiee. 

Southbridge, {Globe Village), Solo- 
mon Thayer. 

Spencer, Nathan Hersey. 

Uxbridge, Merrill Green. 

Warren, William Combs. 

Webster, Solomon Shumway. 

Winchendon, Eliphalet S.' Wood. 

Worcester, Jonathan B. Sibley, 
Chas. N. Hair, David M. Earle. 

.Tailers. 
Rufus Carter, Worcester. 
Edwin Upton, Fitchburg. 

Sessions of Probate Courts. 

At Barre, Wed. next after 2d. Tu. 
of May and Oct. 

^ At Fitchburg, 4th Tu. of April and 
Sept. 

At Milford, 2d Tu. of April and 
Sept. 

At Templeton, 2d Tu. of May and 
Oct. ^ 

At Worcester, 1st and 3d Tu. of 
every month, except August. 



County Commissioners. 

Velorous Taft, Upton, term expires 
Dec. 1872; J. Warren Bigelow, Rut- 
la?id, term, expires Dec. 1873; Wm. 
O. Brown, Fitchburg, term expires 
Dec. 1874. 

Special Commissioners, Silas Hol- 
man, iJ'jlton, Henry E. Rice, Barre, 
terms cx-:»re Dec. 1874. 

Timet cj Meeting. — At Worcester, 
4th Tu. in Mar., 3d Tu. in June, 2d 
Tu. in Sept., and 4th Tu. of Dec. 

Commissioners of Insolvency. 
Athol Farwell F. Fay. 
Fitchburg, David H. Merriam. 
Westborough, Arthur G. Biscoe. 
Worcester, Frank P. Goulding. 

Public Administrators. 
Lunenburg, Thomas Billings. 
Shreivsbury, Adam Harrington. 
Worcester, Francis T. Blackmer, 
James Green, jr. 

Masters in Chancery. 
Worcester, J. Henry Hill. Joseph 
Mason, Henry C. Rice, Hartley Wil- 
liams, Geo. M. Woodward. 

Commissioners to Qualify Civil 
Officers. 

Athol {Depot), Charles Field, Na- 
thaniel Richardson. 

Barre, James W. Jenkins, Edwin 
Woods. 

Fitchburg, Ebenezer Torrey, Geo. 
A. Torrev, Nathaniel Wood. 

Milford, Thos. G. Kent. 

North Brookfield, Charles W. 
Adams. 



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Oxford, Emery Sanford, Jasper 
Brown. 

Winchendon, Edwin S. Merrill, 
Giles H. Whitney. 

Worcester, Henry Chapin, Charles 
A. Chase, John A. Dana, Charles W. 
Hartshorn, Joseph Mason, George W. 
Richardson, Wm. A. Smith, Chas. E. 
Stevens. 

Justices of the Peace. 

^Including Justices of the Peace and Quorum, desig- 
nated by a *, and Justices throughout the Common- 
wealth, designated by a t-] 

Ashhurnham, John L. Ciimmings, 
Daniel Ellis, jr., Wm. P. Ellis, Jerome 



Stevens, Christopher C. Stone, Joshua 
Thissell, Charles W. Worcester. 

Dann, Nathaniel L. Johnson, Al- 
pheus J. Nye, Daniel Stone. 

Douglas, Warren Humes, George 
F. Hutchins, Wm. D. Jones. — East 
Douglas, FennerBaeheller, Adolphus 
F. Brown, Samuel W. Heath, Lyman 
Parsons. 

Dudley, William L. Davis, Ira F. 
Jacobs, Charles C. Wood. 

Fifchhurg, Chas. J. BiUings, Hiram 

A. Blood, Lewis H. Bradford, Edward 

A. Brown, Wm. O. Brown, Tlios. C. 

W. Foster, " Marshall Wetherbee, I Caldwell, fAlvah Crocker, Festus C 



Ohio Whitney, jr. Ashburnham. 
Depot, Wilbur F. Whitney. North 
Ashburnham, Alfred Whitmore. 

Athol, Benjamin Estabrook, Far- 
well F. Fay, Thomas H. Gooilspeed, 
Lyman W. Hapgood, Joseph M. Har- 
rington, Franklin R. Haskell, George 
W. Horr, Enoch T. Lewis, Samuel 
M. Osgood. Athol Depot, fCharles 
Field, George H. Hoyt, Howard 

B. Hunt, Nathaniel Richardson, 
Walter Thorpe. 

Auburn, John Mellish, Demosthenes 
Tiffany. 

Barre, Pliny H. Babbitt, Charles 
Brimblecom, Humphrey F. Brooks, 
J. Martin Gorham, *James W. Jenk- 
ins, *Henry E. Rice, Henry J. Shat- 
tuck, Edwin Wooils. 

Berlin, Albert Babcock, Wm. Bas- 
sett, Rufus S. Hastings, Josiah E. 
Sawyer. 

Blackstone, Sylvanus H. Benson, 
Estes Burdon, Silas A. Burgess, 
Francis Kelley, Arthur A. Putnani, 
Moses D. Southwick, Preserved S. 
Thayer, Willard Wilson. East Black- 
tone, Andrew Kelly. Millville, John 

C. Scott. 

Bolton, Roswell Barrett, Silas Hol- 
man, Solomon H. Howe, Edwin A. 
Whitcomb. 

Boylston {Centre), Charles An- 
drews, Jos. M. Wright. 

Brookfield, Geo. S. Duell, *Dwight 
Hyde, Geoi-ge W. Johnson, Hiram 
Newton, Emmons Twitchell. East 
Brookfield, Samuel D. Cole, Geo. 
Forbes. 

Charlton, Henry Clarke, Rufus B. 
Dodge, Alfred E. Fiske, AUman 
Sampson. Charlton City, Simeon 
Lamb, *Wm. P. Marble. 

Clinton, Daniel H. Bemis, Henry 
N. Bigelow, Elisha Brimhall, *John 
T. Dame, Franklin Forbes, Enoch 
K. Gibbs, Henry C. Greeley, Charles 
F. W. Parkhurst, Wellington E. 
Parkhurst, Ezra Sawyer, Charles G. 



Currier, Edward P. Downe, Walter 
A. Fames, Geo. F. Fay, Charles Fes- 
senden, Charles S. Hayden, *Stillman 
Haynes, f Alfred Hitchcock, Geoi-ge S. 
Houghton, Henry Jackson, Edward 
P. Loring, Moses G. Lyon, *Charles 
Mason, David H. Meniam, Charles 

A. Morgan, jAmasa Norcross, Hale 
W. Page, John B. Proctor, George 
Raymond, Ezra B. Rockwood, Otis T. 
Ruggles, Edward B. Sawtell, Alvin 
M. Sawyer, AbelSimonds, Charles H. 

B. Snow, Cyrus Thurston, fEbenezer 
Torrey, George A. Torrey, George E. 
Towne, Edwin Upton, Wm. H. Vose, 
Thornton K. Ware, Joseph Willard, 
Henry A. Willis, *Nathaniel Wood, 
James M. Woodbury," William Wood- 
bury. 

Gardner, John Edgell, Thomas E. 
Glazier, Charles Heywood, Ephriam 
D. Howe, John M. Moore, Francis 
Richardson, Edward J. Sawyer, Sim- 
eon W. A. Stevens. 

Grafton, *Abraham M. Bigelow,, 
Sam'l llarrington, Luther K. Leiand, 
John JNlcClellan, Jasper S. Nelson^ 
George K. Nichols, *D. Webster Nor- 
cross, James G Putnam, Ashley W. 
Rice, George F. Slocomb, Jesse H. 
Smith, Rufus E. Warren, -f-Jona. D. 
Wheeler, Jas. W. White, Stephen R. 
White, Henry F. Wing, Charles C. 
Wood, Jonathan H. Wood. — Saun- 
dersville, Gilbert C. Taft. 

Hardwick, Daniel S.Collins, James 
P. Fay, Albert E. Knight, John F 
Rich. — Gilbert rille, Wm.'H. Tucker. 

Harvard, Trumbull Bull, Asa D. 
Farnsworth, Edwin A. Hildreth, 
Enoch Perkins, Auffustus J. Sawyer, 
Samuel F.Whitney,^Wm. B. Willard. 

Holden, Israel M. Ball, Charles 
Chaffin, Charles Flagg, Joseph H. 
Gleason, Isaac N. Ross, Jacob N. Tol- 
man. 

Hubbardston, Wm. Bennett, Wm. 
H. Morse, Levi Pierce, Lyman Wood- 
ward. 



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Lancaster^ Francis B. Fay, Jacob 
Fisher, George W. Howe, Caleb T. 
Symmes, John L. S. Thompson, Solon 
Whitinjr. 

Leicester, John D. Coirswell, Clias. 
A. Denny, Joseph A. Denny, Silas 
(ileason, Cheney Hatch, John N. 
Murdock, Henry O. Smith, Luke G. 
Sturtevant. — Cherrji Valley, Albert 
E. Smith. — Rochdale, Elbridge G. 
Carlton. 

Leominisier, Joel C. AUen, James 
Bennett, Altred L. Burditt, George 
S. Burrage, Leonard Burrage, Chaun- 
cey W. Carter, Caleb C. Field, Jonas 
W. Gates, Manson D. Haws, John 
H. Lockey, Chas. H. Merriam, Sam'l 
Putnam, Joseph G. Teimey, Merritt 
Wood. 

Lunenburg, William Baker, Thomas 
Billings, George A. Cunningham, 
Ciias. A. Goodrich, *Cyrus Kilburn, 

Mendon, Nathan George, John G. 
Metcalf, Samuel H. Taft, Gustavus B. 
Williams. 

Mi/ford, Chas. F. Chapin, Lloyd H. 
Cook, Jas. R. Davis, Chas. A. Dewey, 
Wm, F. Draper, Henry E. Fales, Lew- 
is Fales, Zibeon C. Fields, Leander 
Holbrook, fThos. G. Ktnt,-f Aaron C. 
Mayhew, Abraham Mead, George G. 
Parker, Lawrence Reade, John S. 
Scammel, Andrew J. Sumner, Alvin 
G. Underwood, Orison Underwood. 

MilUmry, David Atwood, Henry L. 
Bancroft, George A. Flagg. — West 
Millhury, Jonathan E. Waters. 

New Braintree, Charles A. Gleason, 
Josiah P. Gleason, Benj. F. Hamil- 
ton, George K. Tufts. 

Northborough, Wilder Bush, Sam'l 
Clark, George C. Davis, Milo Hil- 
dreth, Anson Rice, Abraham W. Sea- 
ver. 

Northbridge, Charles O. Bachelor, 
Joel Bachelor, P. Whitin Dudley, 
Wm. D. Mascroft, Hiram Wing. 
— Whitinsville, Robert G. Adams, 
H. Aug. Goodell, fCharles E. Whitin. 

North Brook/ield, ■\Cha.s. Adams, jr., 
Chas. W. Adams, Robert E. Beecher, 
George Harwood, John Hill, Hiram 
Knight, Bonum Nye, Joshua Porter, 
Edward J. Russell, Augustus Smith, 
Warren Tyler, fAmasa Walker. 

Oakham, Moses O. Ayres, Mark 
Haskell. 

Oxford, Charles A. Angell, Jasper 
Brown, Jonathan P. Dana, Alexander 
De Witt, Alfred W. Long, John B. 
Pratt, Samuel W. Smith, James Tay- 
lor.— iV^o /-/A Oxford, Sam'l R. Barton, 
E. Harris Howland. 

Paxton, John C. Bigelow, David G. 
6 



Davis, Silas D. Harrington, Hammond 
W. Hubbard, William Mulligan, Geo. 
W. Partridge. 

Petersham, Collins Andrews, Steph. 

D. Goddard, John G. Mudge, Josiah 
White, Lewis Whitnej'. 

Phillipston, Jason Goulding, Henry 
S. Miner. 

Princeton, Asa H. Goddard, David 
H. Gregory, Albert C. Howe, Eph- 
riam Osgood, fCharles Russell. — East 
Princeton, Wm. H. Brown. 

Royalston, Barnet Bullock, Nalium 
Longley. 

Rutland, Alonzo Davis, John A. 
Harris, J. Warren Bigelow. 

Shrewsbury, Chas. 0. Green, *Chas. 
O. Green, jr., George H. Harlow, 
Wm. H. Knowlton, George Leonard, 
Jonathan H. Nelson, Thomas W. 
AVard. 

Southbord', Franklin Este, Jonas 
Fay, Richardson Goddard, Curtis 
Newton, Dexter Newton, Henry S. 
Wheeler. — Cordaville, Hubbard Will- 
son. 

Southbridge. Andrew J. Bartholo- 
mew, *Frederick W. Botham, Syl- 
vester Dresser, Samuel M. Lane, Man- 
ning Leonard, John O. McKInstry, 
Danforth K. Olney. 

Spencer, Joshua Bemis, John N. 
Grout, Nathan Hersey, *Luther Hill, 
Erastus Jones, Theodore C. Prouty. 
Thomas A. Prouty, Wm. Sampson 
Richard Sugden, William Upham. — 
Charlton Depot, Levi A. Doane. — 
Leicester, George A. Craig. 

Sterling, Eli Kilburn, William D. 
Peck. 

Sturbridge, Henry Haynes, Henrv 

E. Hitchcock, Noah D. Ladd.—Fisk- 
dale, E. L. Bates, Avery P. Taylor, 
David Wight. 

Sutton, Stephen B. Holbrook, Hor- 
ace Leland, Solomon Severy, Russell 
Titus, *John W. Whipple.— l/fiw- 
chaug, Wm. Abbott. — West Sutton, 
Nathan Waters. — Wilkinsonville, Isaac 
B. Hartwell, Wm. B. Hill. 

Templeton. Edwin G. Adams, John 
M. Brown, Gerard Bushnell, Stillaian 
Cady, Gilman Day, Elisha C. Farns- 
worth, Dexter Gilbert, Joshua B. 
Gould, George P. Hawkes, Veranus 
P. Parkhurst, Wm. Smith, E. Wyman 
Stone, John W. Work. 

Upton, George S. Ball, Horace For- 
bush, Levi W. Taft, Velorous Taft. 

Uxbridge, Asahel F. Aldrich, Val- 
entine M. Aldrich, Henry Capron, 
Alvin Cook, Francis Deane, Frederic 
B. Deane, Merrill Greene, George W. 
Hobbs, Eugene H. Newton^ Zadok 



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A. Taft, Edward C. Thayer, Charles 
Wing. 

Warren, James S. Davis, Samuel 
N. Gleason, "j" Joseph F. Hitchcock, 
Joseph B. Lombard, George M. New- 
ton, William L. Powers, D. AVarren 
Shepard, John Tyler, — West Warren, 
Amos F. Howard. 

Webster, Hiram Allen, Frederic 
D. Brown, Chester C. Corbin, fWm. 
H. Davis, Edwin May, John B. Has- 
ler, John H. Stockwell, Seymour A. 
Tinoier. 

Westhoro\ Curtis Beeman, Arthur 
G. Biscoe, Geo. O. Brigham, Josiah 
Chil<ls, John A. Fayerweather, Jabez 
G. Fisher, Samuel M. Girggs, Brain- 
erd Hall, Daniel F. Newton, Benj. 

B. Nourse, Sidney S. Turner. 

West Boylsion, Albert Hinds, Geo. 
F. Howe, David P. Waite, Aaron E. 
Winter. — Oakdale, Ebenezer M Hos- 
mer, Harrison E. Morton, Joseph E. 
Waite. 

West Brookfield, Ljman H. Cham- 
berlin, Lemuel Fullam, Alaiison 
Hamilton, Avery Keep, Horace G. 
Kawson. 

Westminster, Joel Merriam, jr., 
Daniel C. Miles, Harrison G. Whit- 
ney, James B. Wood, Benj.Wyman. 

Winchendon, Amos "W. Buttrick, 
Bethuel Ellis, * Edwin S. Merrill, 
Isaac M. Murdock, Henry W. Pierce, 
Lafayette W. Pierce, Chas. J. Rice, 
Ira Russell, Frank B. Spalter, Web- 
ster H. Tucker, Joseph S. Watson, 
Windsor N. White, *Giles H. Whit- 
iney. 

Worcester, Frederick E. Abbott, f P. 
Emory Aldrich, Chas. Allen, Lucius 
S. Allen, James G. Arnold, He my 
Bacon, Peter C. Bacon, Geo. H.Ball, 
Phineas Ball, Chas. Ballard, James 
H. Bancroft, Frederick J. Barnard, 
Lewis Barnard, Wm- C. Barbour, 
Wm. S. Barton, Daniel W. Bemis, 
Merrick Bemis, James H. Benchlcy, 
Sam'l T. Bigelow, Francis T. Black- 
mer, Harrison Bhss, jr., Charles E. 
Briggs, John H. Brooks, George A. 
Brown, 'j'Augustue G. Bullock, Asa 
L. Burbank, Charles W. Burbank, 
Charles H. Burleigh, Albert C. But- 
itrick, fHenry €hapin, f Anthy. Chase, 
Charles A. Chase, P. W. Colleary, 
Samuel H. Col ton, Mirick H. Cow- 
den, Wm- Cross, Augustus N. Cur- 
rier, *John A. Dana, Joseph D. Dan- 
iels, Edward L. Davis, flsaac Davis, 
Joseph E. Davis, William S. Davis, 
William S.Denny, f Francis H. Dewy, 
Thomas H. Dodge, Jas. N- Dretman, 
■(•John Milton Earle, A. Jones Eaton, 



Lyman A. Ely, Geo. H. Estabrook, 
Jones E. Estabrook, Francis A. Gas- 
kill, Wilham A. Gile, Samuel B. L 
Goddard, Milton B. Goodell, Ransom 
M. Gould, Frank P. Goulding, James 
Green, jr.,John R.Greene,Julius Gun- 
ther, E. P.Halsted, J. Brainard Hall, 
J. P. Hamilton, T. W. Hammond, 
William B. Harding, Clarendon Har- 
ris, Daniel W. Haskins, Ossian L. 
Hatch, Samuel F. Haven, Daniel A. 
Hawkins, jr., William H. Heywood, 
*J. Henry Hill, Chailes A. Holbrook, 
Henry J. Howland, Joseph A. How- 
land, Clark Jillson, Edward Ken- 
dall, George A. Kimball, Francis 
L. King, Francis H. Kinnicutt, Asa 
L. Kneeland, Joseph B. Knox, 
William S. Lincoln, Thomas Mag- 
ennis, David Manning, jr., Jerome 
F. Manning, Edwin T. Marble, Henry 

A. Marsh, * Joseph Mason, * William 

B. Maxwell, Mathew J. McCafferty, 
James Melancfy, Isaac S. Merriam, 
Henry K. Merrifield, Chas. M. Miles, 
fTliomas L. Nelson, John C. Otis, 
Charles Pacaud, Nathaniel Paine, 
Amos M. Parker, Henry L. Parker, 
ivoren C. Parks, David F. Parmenter, 
Frank W. Perry, fivers Phillips, Bur- 
ton W. Potter, Maurice A. Power, 
Charles B. Pratt, f Charles L Putnam, 
Cliarles L. Reddinj;, Charles W. Rice, 
George T. Rice, Henry C. Rice, Her- 
bert M. Rice, fWilliam W. Rice, 
|Geo. W. Richardson, James S. Rog- 
ers, Stephen Salisbury, Stephen Sal- 
isbury, jr., Jonathan B. Sibiey, Chas. 
E. Simmons, George E. Smith, G. Ed- 
ward Smith, Samuel Smith, Sidney 
Smith, Frederick W. South wick, 
^Augustus B. R. Sprague, Franklin 
M. Sprague, William E. Starr, Chas. 

E. Stevens, fElijah B. Stoddard, 
Samuel V. Stone, f George Swan, 
tPutman W. Talt, fAdin Thayer, 
John R. Thayer, Josiah A. Tliotnp- 
son, Joseph A. Titus, Julius K.Tucker, 
Samuel Utley, Edward W. Vaill, 
George F. Verry, Horace B. V» n y, 
James H. Wall, jr., Justin A. Waie, 
Thornton K. Ware, *Chailes Wash- 
burn, fJohn D. Washburn, W^illiam 
Ansel Washburn, jJohn W. Weth- 
erell, Henry M. Wheeler, Franklin 
Whipple, Charles B. Whiting, Silas 
Whitmore, Harvey B. Wilder^ f Hart- 
ley Williams, William A. Williams, 
Emery Wilson, Charles Wood, Geo. 

F. Wood, George M. Woodward, 
Henry Woodward. 

Trial Justices. 
Athol (Depot), Franklin R. Haskell. 
Barre, Edwin Woods. 



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Blackstnne, Silas N. Burgess. 
Brookfield, George S, Duell. 
Clinton, Christopher C. Stone. 
Dana (North), Daniel Stone. 
JJoii'/lus {E(tst), Samuel W. Heath. 
Gardner, Thomas E. (ilazier. 
Grafton, James W. White. 
Hardwick, James P. Fay. 
Holder), Joseph H. Gleason. 
Lcominsler, Charles H. IMerriam. 
Millburif, George A. Flagg. 
Norlhhorouffh, Samuel Clark. 
Spencer, Luther Hill. 
Templeton, E. Wyman Stone. 
Upton, Velorous Tatt. 
Uxhridge, Zaclok A. Tail. 
Warren, Joseph F. Hitchcock. 
Westborough, Curtis Beeman. 
West Boylston, Albert Hinds. 
Winchendon, Bethuel Ellis. 
Worcester, Henry C. Rice. 

Notaries Public. 

Ashhurnham, .Jerome W. Foster. 

Athol, Farwell F. Fay, George W. 
Horr. 

Athol (Depot), Charles Field, Na- 
thaniel Richardson. 

Barre, Charles Brimblecom. 

Blackstone, Silas A. Burgess. 

Brookfield, George W. Johnson. 

Clinton, Charles. G. Stevens, Chas. 
M. Dinsmore. 

Douglas (East), Lyman Parsons. 

Fitchburg, Still man Haynes, Hilaiid 
C. Hitchcock, Edward P. Loring, 
Amasa Norcross, George A. Torrey, 
Thornton K. Ware, Nathaniel Wood, 
James M. Woodbury. 

Gardner, Francis Richardson. 

Grafton, James W. White. 

Lancaster, John L. S. Thompson. 

Leicester, Chas. A. Denny, Cheney 
Hatch. 



Leominster, Jas. Bennett, Chauncey 
W. Carter. 

Milford, Napoleon B. Johnson, 
Thomas G. Kent. 

Millbury, Ira N. Goddard. 

Northborough, Samuel Clark. 

Northbridge, ( WJiitinsville), Edward 
Wiiitin. 

Oxford, Emory San ford. 

Southbridge, Manning Leonard, Cal- 
vin A. Paige. 

Spencer, Luther Hill. 

Oxbridge, John W. C apron. 

Warren, Joseph F. Hitchcock. 

Webster, John H. Stock well. 

Westborough, Arthur G. Biscoe. 

Winchendon, Edwin S. Merrill, 
Giles H. Whitney. 

Worcester, Wm. S. Barton, Charles 
M. Bent, Samuel T. Bigelow, John 
Boyden, Jolm A. Dana, A. Jones 
Eaton, George H. Estabrook, William 
T. Harlow, J. Henry Hill, Charles 
A. Merrill, Henry L. Parker, Henry 
C. Rice, Samuel Smith, Elijah B. 
Stoddard, Charles B. Whiting, Hart- 
ley WiUiams. 

Coroners. 

Athol, Enoch T. Lewis. 

Barre, Henry J. Shattuck. 

Clinton, Lucius P'ield. 

Fitchburg, Alfred Miller. 

Milford, George B. Blake. 

Southboro' (spec\a\) Curtis Newton. 

Sturbridge, David Wight. 

Sutton, (Special) John W.Whipple. 

Warren, Nelson Carpenter. 

Westborough, (Special) David F. 
Newton. 

Winchendon, Joseph S. Watson. 

Worcester, David F. Parmenter, 
Frank H. Rice, J. Marcus Rice. 
Special, Jonathan B. Sibley. 



TOWN AND CITY CLERKS, 1871. 



Barnstable County. 
Barnstable, F. G. Kelly, Centreville 
Brewster, Chas. S. Foster 
Chatham, Josiah Mayo 
Dennis,Obed Baker, 2d, West Dennis 
Eastham, Joshua Paine 
Falmouth, Thos. Lewis, Jr. 
Harwich, Freeman Snow 
Orleans, Freeman Mayo, East Orleans 
Provincetown, Paron C. Youncr 
Sandwich, H. G. O. Ellis 
Truro, Samuel C. Paine 
Wellfleet, James T. Atwood 
Yarmouth, Wm. P. Davis 



Berkshire County. 
Adams, Myron Barrows, North Adams 
Alford, William B. Fenn 
Becket, Mark P. Carter 
Cheshire, Edwin F. Nickerson 
Clarksburg, J. D. Clark, North Adams 
Dalton, Henry M. Parker 
Egremont, Joseph A. Benjamin, S. 

Egremont 
Florida, A. D. Tower 
Great Barrington, Isaac Seeley 
Hancock, Chas. B. Wells 
Hinsdale, John Cady 
Lanesborough, Chas. B. Whitney 



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Lee, John Stallman 
Lenox, Wm. D. Curtis 
Monterey, Merrick C. Langdon 
Mount Washington, Onin C. Wliit- 

beck 
New Ashford, Elilm Ingraham 
New Marlborougli, Seth Pease, Mill 

River 
Otis, Isaac I. Norton 
Peru, S. H. Pelton 
Piltsfield, John M. Taylor 
Richmond, Henry B. Stevens 
Sandisfield, S. M. Castle, Montville 
Savoy, N. E. Goff 
Sheffield, Jolin D. Burtcli 
Stockbridge, E. Seynii;ur 
Tyringham, Greo. W. Garfield 
Washington, A. B. Ponieroy 
W. Stockbridge, AVin. C. Spaulding 
Williamstown, B. F. Mather, jr. 
Windsor, James L. White 

Bristol County. 
Acushnet, George P. Morse 
Attleborough , Naihan C. Luther 
Berkley, T. P. Burt 
Dartmouth, George F. Rowland 
Dighton, Wm. Wood 
Easton, John Kimball 
Fairhaven, Tucker Damon, jr. 
Fall River, George A. Ballard 
Freetown, D. C. H. Hatheway 
Mansfield, Alfred V. Rogerson 
New Bedford, Henry T. Leonard 
Norton, Austin Messenger 
Raynham, A. A. Leach 
Rehoboth, Cyrus M. Wheaton 
Seekonk, Jonathan Chaffee, E. Prov- 
idence, R. L 
Somerset, John G. Tinkham 
Swanzey, Joseph G. Luther 
Taunton, James M. Cushman 
Westport, Albert C. Kirby, Central 
Village. 

Dukes County. 

Chilmark, WiDiam Norton 
Edgartown, B. C. Marchant 
Gosnold, Samuel E. Skiflf 
Tisbury, Lot Luce 

Essex County. 
Amesbury, Jos. Merrill 
Andover, E. K. Jenkins 
Beverly, James Hill 
Boxford, Thomas P. Dorman 
Bradford, Nathaniel Hatch 
Danvers, A. S. Howard 
Essex, John C. Choate 
Georgetown, O. B. Tenney 
Gloucester, David W. Low 
Groveland, Chas. H. Hopkinson 
Hamilton, I. F. Knowlton 
Haverhill, William B. Eaton 
Ipswich, Wesley K. Bell 



Lawrence, Geo. R. Rowe 
Lynn, Benjamin H. Jones 
Lynnfield, John Danforth, Lynnfield 

Centre 
Manchester, John Lee 
Marblehead, William Gilley, jr. 
Methui;n, S. G. Sargent 
Middleton, Joseph A. Batchelder 
Nahant, Alfred D. Johnson 
Newbury, Wm. Little 
Newburyport, George H. Stevens 
North Andover, A. D. Carlton 
Peabody, Nathan H. Poor 
Rockport, Calvin W. Pool 
Rowley, John S. Prime 
Salem,' Henry M. Meek 
Salisbury, Samuel J. Bi own 
Saugus, Wm. H. Newhall 
Swampscott, Wm. D. Brackett, jr. 
Topsfield, J. P. Towne 
Wenham, Wellington Pool 
West Newbury, John C. Carr 

Franklin County. 
Ashfield, M. G. Cook 
Bernardston, Silas N. Brooks 
Buckland, R. L. Packard, Slielburne 

Falls 
Ciiarlemont, B. A. Farnsworth 
Coleraine, A. C. Smith 
Conway, H. W. Billings 
Deerfield, Elisha Wells 
Erving, Noah Rankin 
Gill, Josiah D. Canning 
Greenfield, Noah S. \V ells 
Hawley, Harvey Baker, West Hawley 
Heath, Ephraim Scott 
Leverett, E. M. Ingram 
Leyden, U. T. Darling, jr. 
Monroe, Joseph H. Hicks 
Montague, J. H. Root 
New Salem, Royal Whitaker 
Northfield, Samuel W^. Dutton 
Orange, R. D. Chase 
Rowe, Charles H. Scott 
Shelburne, Alanson K. Hawkes 
Shutesbury, A. P. Brown 
Sunderland, John M. Smith 
Warwick, A. S. Atherton 
Wendell, Andrew T. Bemis 
Whately, Samuel Lesure 

Hampden County. 
Agawam, S. H. Bodurtha 
Blandford, Ehsha W. Shepard 
Brimfield, Henry F. Brown 
Chester, Timothy Keefe 
Chicopee, Lester Dickinson 
Granville, R. S. Brown 
Holland, F. E. Kinney 
Holyoke, E. H. Flagg 
Longmeadow, Oliver Wolcott, East 

Longmeadow 
Ludlow, Benjamin F. Burr 
Monson, Edwin E. Towne 



TOWN AND CITY CLERKS. 



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Montgomery, Lewis T. AUyii 
Palmer, James B. Shaw 
Russell, R. W. Parks 
Southwick, William Phelps 
Springfield, Albert T. Folsom 
Tolland, Wm. W. Harrison 
Wales, G. S. Rogers 
Wesifield, Robert B. Robinson 
W. Springfield, J. M. Harmon 
Wilbraham, Robert R. Wright, jr. 

Hampshire County. 

Amherst, Samuel C. Carter 
Btjlchertown, E. R. Bridgman 
Chesterfield, Albert Nichols 
Cumniington, Almon Mitchell 
Enfield, Augustus Moody 
Goshen, Elijah Biliin<rs 
Granby, Charles S. Ferry 
Greenwich, David Allen, Greenwich 

Village 
Hadiey, Wm. S. Shipman 
Hatfield, Wm. D. Billings 
Huntington, Wm. S. Tinker 
Middlefield, J. McElwain 
Northampton, W. F. Arnold 
Peiham, George W. Shephard 
Plainfield, Freeman Hamlen 
Prescott, Frederick N. Pierce, North 

Prescott 
South Hadiey, Ira B. Wright, South 

Hadiey Falls 
Southampton, E. A. Edwards 
Ware, Lewis P. Edwards 
Westhampton, Fred H. Judd 
Williamsburg, Thomas M. Carter 
Worthington, Charles K. Brewster 

Middlesex County. 
Acton, William D. Tuttle 
Arlington, John F. Allen 
Ashby, A. A. Carr 
Ashland, William A. Tilton 
Ayer, Andrew W. Felch 
Bedford, Charles A. Corey 
Belmont, William W. Mead 
Billerica, Dudley Foster 
Boxborough, Oliver Wetherbee, West 

Acton, P. O. 
Brighton, Webster F. Warren 
Burlington, Samuel Sewall 
Cambridge, Justin A. Jacobs 
Carlisle, Selar Simonds 
Charlestown, John T. Priest 
Clielmsford, Geo A. Parkhurst 
Concord, Geor<:e Heywood 
Dracut, Henry L. Newhall 
Dunstable, Henry J. Tolles 
Everett, Joseph H. Cannell 
Framiiigham, Charles S. Whitmore 
Groton, George D. Brigham 
Holliston, John M. Batchelder 
Hopkinton, Clement Meserve 
Hudson, Edwin Amsden 



Lexington, Leonard G. Babcock 
Lincoln, Henry C. Chapin 
Littleton, Wm. Kimball 
Lowell, Saumcl A. McPhetres 
Maiden, Albert F. Sargent 
Marlborough, William A. Alley 
Mavnard, E. R. Chase 
Medford, Parker R. Litchfield 
iNlelrose, James Wort hen 
Natick, George L. Sleeper 
Newton, Marshall S. Rice 
North Reading, Charles P. Howard 
Pepperell, David W Jewett 
Reading, Wm. J. Wightman 
Sherborn, Jos. Dowse, jr. 
Shirley, Jonas Longley 
SomerviJle, Charles E. Gilman 
Stoneham, Silas Dean 
Stow, Henry Gates 
Sudbury, Jonas S. Hunt 
Tewkshury, Samuel L. Allen 
Townsend, Christopher (iates 
Tyiigsborough, Howard Coburn 
Wakefield, Benjamin F. Paekard 
Waltham, Daniel F. Viles 
WatertowD, Joseph Crafts 
Wayland, J. A. Roby 
Westford, Winthrop F. Wheeler 
Weston, George W. Cutting, jr. 
Wilmington, W. H. Carter, North 

Wilmington 
Winciiester, George P. Brown 
Woburn, Nathan Wyman 

Nantucket County. 

Nantucket, William Cobb 

Norfolk County. 

Bellingham, Joseph T. Massey 
Braintree, Elias Hayward 
Brookline, Benjamin F. Baker 
Canton, Andrew Lopez 
Cohasset, Edward Tower 
Dedhaui, Jonatiian H. Cobb 
Dover, Abner L. Smith 
Foxborough, William H. Thomas 
Franklin, Alpheus A. Russegue 
Hvde Park, Henry B. Terry 
INIedfiekl, Jeremiah B. Hale 
Me<lway. George P. Metcalf 
Milton, Jason Reed 
Needham. Solomon Flagg, Wellesley 
Norfolk, Silas E. Fales 
Quincy, George L. Gill 
Randolph, Hiram C. Alden 
Sharon, Otis Johnson 
Stoughton, Mark O. Wheaton 
Walpole, George P. Morey 
West Roxbui'v, William Maccarty 
Weymoutli, Francis Ambler 
Wrentham, Samuel Warner 

Plymouth County. 

Abington, Geo. L. Richardson 
Bridgewater, Lewis Holmes 



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Carver, Nelson Barrows 
Duxbury, Josiah Peterson 
East Bridgewater, Jacob A. Rogers 
Halifax, Edwin Inglee 
Hanover, Bernard Damon, West Han- 
over 
Hanson, Josephus Bryant 
Hingham, Charles N. Marsh 
Hull, Lewis P. Loring 
Kingston, Nathan Brooks 
Lakeville, C. T. Westgate 
Marion, Charles H. Delano 
Marshfield, Daniel Stevens 
Mattapoi<ett, Thomas Nelson 
Middleborouiih, Cornelius B. Wood 
North Bridgewater, \V. H. Wales 
Pembroke, George H. R\der 
Plymoutli, Leander i^ovell 
Plympton, WiUiam Perkins 
Rochester, John S. Ryder 
Scituate, J. L. Merritt, North Scituate 
South Scituate, Ebenezer T. Fogg 
Wareham, Frank Gibbs 
West Bridgewaier, Austin Packard 

Suffolk County. 

Boston, Samuel F. McCleary 
Chelsea, Samuel Bassett 
Revere, William T. Hall 
Winthrop, Waireii Belcher 

Worcester County. 
Ashburnham, William P. Ellis 
Athol, Thomas H. Goodspeed 
Auburn, Emoiy Stone 
Barre, H. F. Brooks 
Berlin, Josiah E. Sawyer 
Blackstone, Junius Bates 
Bolton, Ri(hard S. Edes 
Boylston, H. H. Brigham, Boylston 

Centre 
Brookfield, H. V. Crosby 
Charlton, Alfred E. Fiske 
Clinton, W. E. Parkhurst 
Dana, D. L. Richards, North Dana 
Douglas, William H. Moore 



Dudley, Moses Barnes, jr. 
Fitchbmig, Henry Jackson 
Gardner, Francis Richardson 
Grafton, James W. AVhite 
Hard wick, Albert E. Knight 
Harvard, Hiram Whitney 
Holden, George F. Rogers 
Hubbardston, Lyman Woodward 
Lancaster, J. L. S. Thompson 
Leicester, Joseph A. Denny 
Leominster, Joel C. Allen 
Lunenburg, James Putnam 
Mendon, David Adams 
Milford, Lewis Fales 
Millbury, Ira N. Goddard 
New Braintree, George K. Tufts 
Northborough, A. S. Waite 
Northbridge, Hiram Wing 
North Brookfield, Hiram Knight 
Oakham, Jesse Allen 
Oxford, Alfred W. Long 
Paxtou, John C. Bigelow 
Petersham, Lewis Whitnej' 
Pliillipston, Albert A. Bolton 
Princeton, D. H. Gregory 
Royalston, Joseph T. Nichols 
Rutland, George A. Putnam 
Shrewsbury, William H. Knowlton 
Southborough, Franklin Este 
Southbridge, S. S. Perry 
Spencer, Emerson Stone 
Sterling, William D. Peck 
Sturbridge, A. C. Morse, Fiskdale 
Sutton, William C. Chase 
Templeton, Gerard Bushnell 
Upton, Jerome Wilmoth 
Uxbridge, Henry Capron 
Warren, Samuel E. Blair 
Webster, S. A. Tingier 
Westborough, Samuel M. Griggs 
West Bovlston, Horatio Houghton 
West Brookfield, E. H. Blair 
Westminster, William Mayo 
Winchendon, Webster Whitney 
Worcester, Samuel Smith 



' U. S. ASSESSORS AND COLLECTORS OF INTERNAL REVENUE 
IN THE STATE OF MASSACHUSETTS. 



Assessors. 

District. 

1st. C. B. H. Fessenden, Plymouth 
2d. Nathaniel Wales, Stoughton. 
3d. W. R. Lee, Boston. 
4th. Otis Clapp, Boston. 
5th. Eben. F. Stone, Newhuryport. 
6th. P. J. Stone, Charlestown. 
7th. C. C. Estv, Framingham. 
8th. William T. Harlow, Worcester 
9th. Amasa Norcross, Fitchhurg. 
10th. T. M. Brown, Springfield. 
Supervisor, Dist. of Mass., R. I., 



Collectors. 

District. 

Ist. C. W. Greene, Fall River. 
2d. B. W. Harris. Boston. 
3d. Charles W. Slack, Boston. 
4th. John Sargent, Boston. 
5th. C C. Dame, Newhuryport. 
6th. George Cogswell, Haverhill. 
7th. George H. Gordon, Boston. 
8th. A. B. R. Spi-ague, Worcester. 
9th. Luke Lyman, Northampton. 
10th. E. R. Tinker, North Adams. 
and Conn., Wm. A. Simmons, Boston. 



POST-OFFICES AND POST-MASTERS. 79 

POST-OFPIGES AND POST-MASTERS IN MASSACHUSETTS. 



Towns are also given which are not Post-officea ; but their Post-office immediate ly follows. 
Nainea in Sinal] Capitals are Money-Order Oiiicea. 



Benj. L. Nash 

Joshua 8. Smith 

George Cleverly 

Albert Davis 

John E. Cutter 

Jona. K. W. Wetherbee 

Charles Hastings 

Cyrus E. Clark 

John E. Mole 



Abington, 
East Abington, 
North •' 
South " 

Acton, 
South Acton, 
West '• 

Acushnet, 

Adams, 

North Adams, Edwin Rogers 

Blackinton, Edward W. Blackinton 

Adamsville, see Colerain 

Agawam, Lyman Allen 

Feeding Hills, Ezra (i. Ga> lord 

Alford, James H. Edwards 

AUston, see Brighton 

Amesbury, Wm. H. B. Currier 

South Amesbury, Chas. E. Rowell 

West " Joseph W. Sargent 

Amherst, Jairus L. Skinner 

North Amherst, Forester P. Ainsworth 
South •' Waitstill Dickinson 

Anoover, William Marland j 

Ballard Vale, Isaac O. Blunt , 

Annisquam, see Gloucester I 

Arlington, Frederick E. Fowle 

Ashburnham, Geo. C. Winchester 

Ashburnham Depot, David E. Poland 

Burrageville, Jonas W. Dwinell 

Ashby, Charles O. Green 

Ashtield, Moses G. Cook 

South Ashfleld, Chandler A. Ward 

Ashland, James H.Jones 

Ashley Falls, see Sheffield 

Aslileyville, see West Springfield 

Assabet, see Maynard 

Athol, Thomas H. Goodspeed 

Athoi^ Dkpot, Lucien Lord 

Attleborough, Nathan C. Luther 

North Attleborough, Thos. R. Jones 

South " James S. Day 

Hebronville, Charles W. Lilliebridge 

Auburn, William Bunce 

Auburndale, see Newton 

Ayer, William H. Harlow 

Ayer's Village, see Haverhill 

Baldwinsville, see Templeton 

Ballard Vale, see Andover 

Bancroft, see Middletield 

Bardwell's Ferry, see Shelburne 

Barnstable, James Clagg 

Centreville, Ferdinand G. Kelley 

Cotuit Point, Charles C. Bearce 

Hyannis, Theo. F. Bassett 

Marston's Mills, Charles Bassett 

Osterville, George H. Hinckley 

W. Barnstable. Shadrack N. Howland 

Barre, Aspasio T. Wilson 

Barre Plains, Edward Denny 

Smithville, J. Edwin Smith 

Bay View, see Gloucester 

Becket, Jonathan W.Wheeler 

Becket Centre, Mrs. Ruth G. Smith 

West Becket, Miss Emily A. Sowle 

Bedford, Marcus B. Webber 

Belciiertown, Samuel W. Longley 

Bellingliara, Ruel F. Thayer 

No. Bellingham, Stephen B. Smith 

Caryville, Calvin Fairbanks 

Belmont, Aaron A. Jones 

Waverley, Larra W. Munroe 

Berkley, Daniel S. Briggs 

Berkshire, see Lanesborough 

Berlin, Rufus S. Hastings 

West Berlin, Silas R. Carter 

Bernardston, William Dwiglit 

Beverly, Thomas D. Davis 

North Beverly, Moses F. Foster 

Beverly Farms, Isaac S. Day 



Billerica, Franklin Jaquith, jr. 

North Billerica, James Whittmorc 

Blackinton, see Adams 

Blackstone, Junius Bates 

East Blackstone, Tlieophilus B. Guruey 
Millville, Preserved S. Tliayer 

Blaudford, Howard P. Rohmson 

North Blandford, Charles M. Waite 

Bolton, Ezra S. Moore 

Bond's Village, see Palmer 

Boston, William L. Burt 

Dorchester, Robert Vose, jr. 

Harrison Square, Jeremiah Sanborn, jr. 
Mattapan, Charles E. Stevenson 

Neponset, Amory C. Southworth 

Boxborough, Lyman Mead 

Boxford, Frederick A. Howe 

West Boxford, Wm. R. Ivimball 

Boylston, James A. Weeks 

Boylston Centre, Henry White 

Boylston Station, see West Roxbury 

Bradford, James Kimb ill, jr. 

Braggville, see Holliston 

Braintree, Charles W. Proctor 

South Braintree, Joseph Dyer, jr. 

Brewster, Mrs. Martha B. Huckins 

West Brewster, Eben F. Kyder 

East " Joseph Foster 

South " Nathaniel Myrlck 

Bridgewater, Lewis Holmes 

Scotland, Miss Hasadiah K. Chipman 

Brighton, Mrs. Sybil S. Day 

Allston, John Parkhurst 

Brimtteld, Henry F. Brown 

East Brimfield, Charles Varney 

Brooklield, John L. Ainsworth 

Ea-t Brookfield, George Forbes 

Brookline, Cyrus W. Rugglcs 

Buckland, Samuel B. Taylor 

Burlington, Silas Cutler 

Burrageville, see Ashburnham 

Byfiela, see Newbury 

Cambridge, George M.Osgood 

East Cambridge, Martha A. I>an!jley 

North " John A.Goodwin 

Cambridgeport, John McDuffie 

Campello, see No. Bridgewater 

Canton, Rufus C. Wood 

Carlisle, Sydney A. Bull 

Carver, Pelham W. Burrows 

North Carver, Benj. Rausom.jr. 

South " Augustus F. Tillsou 

Caryville, see Bellingham 

Centreville, see Barnstable 

Central Village, see Westport 

Charlemont, Ansel L. Taylor 

East Charlemont, Lorin Merriam 

Zoar, Isaac D. Hawks 

Charles River Village, see Dover 

Chari.estow.\, Rufus A. White 

Charlton, A'fred E. Fiske 

Charlton City, Mrs. Julia A. Mclntire 
Charlton Depot, Almon Sampson 

Chatham, Ziba Nickerson 

Chatham Port, Enos Kent 

North Chathiim, Benj. T. Freeman 

South " Levi Elbridge, jr. 

West " Samuel Doane 

Chelmsford, George A. Parkhurst 

North Chelmsford, ElisliaH. Shaw 

South " Thomas M. Gerrish 

West " Christopher Roby 

Middlesex Village, John W. Damon 

Chelsea, Clifton A. Blanchard 

Cherry Valley, see Leicester 

Cheshire, Henry C. Bowen 

Chester, William Fay 

North Chester, Herman Powers 

Chester Centre, James W. Smith 



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Chesterfield, Joel Engram, jr. 

M'est Chesterfield, Joseph W. Tirrell 

Chestnut Hill, see Newton 
Chicopee, Andrew S. Hunter 

Chicopee Falls, Wm. M. Gilbert 

Willimansett, Pascal J. Newell 

Chilniark, John Dunham 

Chiltonville, see Plymouth 
Clarksburg, no P. O.; address N. Adams. 
Cliftondale, see Saugus 
Clinton, Charles M. Dinsmore 

Cochesett, see West Bridgewater 
Cochituate, see Wayland 
Cohasset, Edward Tower 

North Cohasset, Welcome Beal 

Cold Brook Spring, see Oakham 
Colerain, Orson B. Curtis 

Adamsville, John Wilson 

Elm Grove, Joseph T. Miller 

Griswoldville, Joseph Griswold, jr. 

Shattuckville, Calvin W. Shattuck 

College Hill, see Medford 
Collius's Depot, see Wilbraham 
Concord, Henry L. Whitcomb 

Westvale, Geo. E. Potter 

Conway, Richard Tucker 

Cordaville, see Southborough 
Cotuit Point, see Barnstable 
Cummington, Darius W. Lovell 

Cummington W. Village, Chas. Harlow 

Swift River, Wm. U. Guillord 

Curtisville, see Stockbridge 
Dalton, Thos. G.Carson 

Dana, William H. Balcom 

North Dana, David L. Richards 

Danvers, Joseph E. Hood 

Danvers Centre, Frederick A. Wilkins 

Danvers Port, David Mead 

West Danvers, Samuel Wolcott 

Dartmouth, Francis W. Mason 

North Dartmouth, Abner P. Barker 

South '• Thomas E. Sanford 

Dkdham, Ambrose B. Galucia 

West Dedham, Theodore Gay, 2d 

South " Willard Gay 

Readville Station, Enoch P. Davis 

Deerfleld, Miss Martha G. Pratt 

South Deerfield, Obed S. Arms 

Dennis, Howes Chapman 

Dennis Port, Thos. Howes, Jr. 

South Dennis, Marshall S. Underwood 

East " Lothrop Hawes, jr. 

West " Zadok Crowell 

Dighton, William B. Whitmarsb 

North Dighton, Edward Almy 

Dorchester, see Boston 
Douglas, Miss Marv Ann.Holman 

East Douglas, George W Spencer 

Dover, Isaac Howe 

Charles River Village, Marshall Newell 
Dracut, James H. Wilson 

Dudley, William L. Davis 

West Dudley, Wm. H. Pearson 

Dunstable, Elliott O. Taylor 

Duxbury, Henry L. Sampson 

Soutli Duxbury, Harvey Soule 

West " George B. Standish 

East Bridgewater, Benj. W. Keith 

Joppa Village, Warren K. Churchill 

Eastham, Micah S. Paine 

North Eastham, Abram M. Horton 

Easthamptox, Jeremiah H. Bardwell 

Easton, John Kimball 

North Easton, George B. Cogswell 

South " George Copeland 

Edgartown, Jared W. Coffin 

Vineyard Grove, Charles M. Vincent 

Egremont, 

North Egremont, Seymour B. Dewey 

South " Joseph A. Benjamin 

Enfield, Gilbert E. Walker 

Erving, Noah Rankin 

Essex, Daniel W. Bartlett 

Everett," Geo E. Kimball 

Factory Village, see Greenfield 
Fairhaven, Elbrldge G. Morton 

Long Plain, John Manter, jr. 

Fall River, Edwin Shaw 

Falmouth, Thomas H. Lawrence 

East Falmouth, Joshua W. Davis 



North Falmouth, 
West " 
Hatchville, 
Wood's Hole, 
Waquoit, 



Ferdinand G. Nye 

Stephen Dillingham 

Silas Hatch, 2d 

Owen Eldridge 

Crocker H. Bearse 



Farnumsviile, see Grafton 
Fayville, see Southborough 
Feeding Hills, see Agawam 
Fiskdale, see Sturbridge 
FiTCHBCTRG. George E. Goodrich 

West Fitchburg, William Baldwin 

Florence, see Northampton 
Florida, Nathan M'^hite 

Hoosac Tunnel, Michael B. Collins 

Forge Village, see Westford 
FoxBOBOUGH, Joseoh F. Hodges 

East Foxborough, David Wyman 

West " Miss Fannie S. Everett 

Framingham, Mrs. Julia H.S. Wilde 

South Framingham, Willard Howe 
Saxonville, Luther F. Fuller 

Franklin, Joseph A. Woodward 

South Franklin, Joseph H. Wadsworth 

Franklin City, see Norfolk 

Freetown, Joshua Shove 

East Freetown, Reuel Washburn 

Gardner, Charles W. Bush 

South Gardner, Simeon W.A.Stevens 

Gay Head, no Post-oflBce 

Georgetown, Oliver S. Butler 

Gilbertville, see Hardwick 

Gill, Josiah D. Canning 

Glendale, see Stockbridge 

Globe Village, see Southbridge 

Gloucester, Charles E. Grover 

Annis(juam, John D. Davis 

Bay View, Henry H. Bennett 

Lanesville, Wm. B. Sargent 

East Gloucester, Joseph W. Wonson 

West Gloucester, Henry C. L. Haskell 

Goshen, Joseph Hawks 

Grafton, J. Frank Searle 

Farnumsviile, James A. Morse 

New England Village, Wm. T. Barker 
Saundersville, Gilbert C. Taft 

Granby, Philo Chapin 

Graniteville, see Westford 

Grantville, see Needham 

Granville : 
Granville Corners, Rufus H. Barlow 

East Granville, Ralph S. Brown 

West " Rufus Smith 

Great Barrington, Isaac Seeley 

Housatonic, John M. Seeley 

Van Deuseaville, Mies Jane Van Deusen 

GKKKNFiELt), Lewis Merriam 

Factory Village, Seth Woodn 

Greenwich, Sylvester F. Root 

Greenwich Village, Henry M. Brown 

Greenwood, see Wakefield 

Griswoldville, see Colerain 

Groton. Hattie E. Farnsworth 

Groton Junction, changed to Ayer 
West Groton, Charles H. Hill 

Groveland, Chas. H. Hopkinson 

South Groveland, Eustis P. Parker 

Hadley, William S. Shipman 

North Hadley, Simon P. Cooley 

Halifax, Caleb Poole, jr. 

Hamilton, Austin A. Whipple 

Hancock, Wm. H. Lapham 

Hanover, Robert S. Curtis 

South Hanover, Isaac G. Stetson 

West '' Horatio B. Magoun 

Hanson, Andrew Bowker 

South Hanson, Cyrus A Bates 

Hardwick, Albert E. Knight 

Gilbertville, Lewis N. Gilbert 

Harrison Square, see Boston 

Hartsville, see New Marlborough 

Harvard, Zophar Wetherbea 

Still River, William F. Bateman 

Harwich, William H. Underwood 

East Harwich, Hiram E. Nickerson 

North '• Elijah B. Sears 

South " William M. Eldridge 

West Harwich, Erastus Chase 

Harwich Port, Shubael B. Kelley 

Hatchville, see Falmouth 

Hatfield, Mrs. Ursula B. Gravts 



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North Hatfield, 
Havebhill, 

East HMverliill, 

Aver's Village, 
Hawley, 

West Hawley, 



Reuben H. Belden 

David Boyiiton 

John B Nichols 

Charles H. Burnham 

Edwin Scott 

Mark H. Vincent 



Hayrlen Row, see Hopkinton 

Haydeuville, see Williamsburg 

Heath, Horace McGet* 

Hebrouville, see Attleborough 

Hingham, Edwin Wilder, 2d 

Hingham Centre, Henry Siders 

South Hingham, Josiah Lane 

Hinsdale, John Cady 

Holdeu, Samuel VV. Armington 

Holland, Francis E. Kinney 

HOLLISTON, James F. Fiske 

East Holliston, Edward C. Parker 

Braggville, Dennis Hartshorn 

Holmes's Hole, changed to Vineyard Haven 
HoLYOKE, Charles B. Prescntt 

Ireland, Chester Crafts 

Hoosac Tunnel, see Florida 
Hopedale, see Milford 
Hopkinton, Mrs. Ann F. Pierce 

Hayden Row, Benjamin Plilpps 

Woodville, Albert Wood 

Housatonic, see Great Barrington 
Hubbartlston, Lyman Woodward 

HuDiON, Silas F. Mansou 

Hull, Joseph Pope 

HuntiuCTtou, Samuel T. Lyman 

Norwich, Osman E. Knight 

Hyannis, see Barnstable 
Hyde Park, William J. Stewart 

Indian Orchard, see Springfield 
Ipswich, John H. Cogswell 

Ireland, see Holyoke 
Jamaica Plain, see West Roxbury 
Joppa Village, see East Bridgewater 
Kingston, Azel H. Sampson 

Lakeville, Cephas Haskins 

Lancaster, Humphrey Barrett 

South Lancaster, Daniel M. Howard 

Lanesborough, Charles L. Wood 

Berkshire, William G. Harding 

Lanesville, see Gloucester 
Lawrence, Geo. S. Merrill 

Lee, Eliphalet Wright 

East Lee, Wm. P. Hamblin 

South •' William G. Merrill 

Leeds, see Northampton 
Leicester, Lyman D. Thurston 

Cherry Valley, George Browning 

Rochdale, Mrs. S. M. Rouse 

Lenox, Tlioraas Post 

Lenox Furnace, Andrew T. Servin 

New Lenox, Oscar H. Hutchinson 

Leominster, Charles H. Colburn 

North Leominster, William F. Howe 

Leverett, Bradford M. Field 

North Leverett, Otis Chittenden 

Lexington, Leonard G. Babcock 

East Lexington, Augustus Childs 

Leyden, Mrs. Nancy J. Vining 

Lincoln, James L. Chapiii 

South Lincoln, Albert A. Cook 

Littleton, Joseph A. Harwood 

Lock's Village, see Wendell 
Longmeadow, Edwin K. Colton 

East Longmeadow, Cortez F. Russell 

Long Plain, see Fairhaven 
Lowell, John A. Goodwin 

Ludlow, Eli M. Smith 

Lunenburg, Daniel Putman 

Lynn, John Batchelder 

Lynnfleld, James Jackson 

Lynnfield Centre, Levi H. Russell 

Maiden, Temple Uodge 

South Maiden, George E. Kimball 

Maplewood, Elkanah A. Cummings 

Manchaug, see Sutton 

Manchester, Julius F. Rabardy 

Mansfield, Samuel C. Lovell 

West Mansfield. Albert Perry 

Maplewood, see Maiden 
Marblehead, Knott V. Martin 

Marion, Sylvanus W. Hall 

Marlborough, John S. Fay 

Marshfield, George M. Baker 



East Marshfield, Mrs. Almira L. Damon 
North " Benjamin Hatch 

Marshpee, Solomon Ataquin 

Marston's Mills, see Barnstable 
Mattapan, see Boston 

Mattapoisett, William E. Sparrow 

Maynard, Abel G. Haynes 

Medtield, Isaac Fiske 

Medford, Jolm H. Fames 

West Medford, Reuben Wiley 

College Hill, ^ Benj. T. Wliite 

Medway, ' Henry E. Mason 

East Medway, Mrs. Mariam Daniels 

West •' Joseph N. Tourtillotte 

Rockville, Fredpric Swnrman 

Melrose, Mrs. Susan E. Eastman 

Mendon, Henrv A. Aldrich 

Methuen, Samuel G. Sargent 

Middleborough, Andrew L. Tinkham 

East Middleborough, Anna C. Eddy 

North " Solomon White 

South " John S. Benson 

Rock, Israel Smith 

Middlefield, Oliver Church 

Bancroft, Chester W. Merrifield 

Middlesex Village, see Chelmsford 

Middleton, Joseph A. Batchelde 

MiLFORD. George G. Pond 

South Milford, Hamlet B. Fisk 

Hopedale, George Draper 

Millbury, Roland E. Bowen 

West Millbury, Mrs. Emily C. Goulding 

Mill River, see New Marlborough 

Miller's Falls, see Montague 

Millington, see New Salem 

Millville, see Blackstone 

Milton, Henry Pope 

Milton Railway is a Sub-oflRce 
Mirickville, see Taunton 
Mittineague, see West Springfield 
Monroe, Stillman Whitcomb 

MoNSON, Edwin E. Towne 

Montague, Isaac Cheney 

Montague City, Daniel Wilder 

Miller's Falls, Edward E. Conant 

Turner's Falls, Rector L. Goss 

Monterey, Wilbur C. Langdon 

Montgomery, Henry S. Stiles 

Montville, see Sandisfield 
Monument, see Sandwich 
Mount Auburn, see Watertown 
Mount Washington, no P. O. ; address So. 

Egremont 

Nahant, Welcome W. .Tohnson 

Nantucket, Andrew Whitney 

Natick, Mrs. Caroline Brigham 

South Natick, Isa'ic B. Sanger 

Nkedham, Charles C. Greenwood 

Grautville, Alvin Fuller, 2d 

Wellesley, Francis W. Fuller 

Neponset, see Boston 

New Ashford, Miss Caroline Dewey 

New Bedford, Edmund Anthony 

New Boston, see Sandisfield 
New Braintree, George K. Tufts 

Newbury, 

Byfiild, Miss Harriet L. Moody 

Newburyport, Richard Plumer 

New England Village, see Gralton 

New Lenox, see Lenox 

New Marlborough, Sheldon W. Wright 

Hartsville, Frederick E. Starks 

Mill River, Elind Taylor 

Southfleld, William R. Baldwin 

New Salem, Frederick A. Haskell 

North New Salem, Erasmus D. Andrews 

Millington, Lyman E. Moore 

Newton, John G. Latta 

Newton Centre, Miss Lucy A. White 

Newton Highlands, James F. C. Hyde 

Newton Lower Falls, William R. Dimond 

Newton Upper Falls, Joseph F. Webster 

Newtonville, Jeremiah B. Lovett 

West Newton, John H. Bixby 

Auburndale, George L. Bourne 

Chestnut Hill, Isaac Kingsbury 

Norfolk, Henry Trowlbridge 

Franklin City, John F. Torrey 

Northa.mpton, Lorenzo W. Joy 

Florence, Henry F. Cutler 



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Leeds, Alfred P. Critchlow 

North Audover, John Foster 

North Andover Depot, Andrew Smith 

Northborough, John B. Crawford 

North bridge, Leander F. Smith 

Northbridge Centre, Wm. B. Fuller 

Wbitinsville, James F. Whitin 

North Bridgewater, Henry French 

Campello, Nelson J. Fogs 

North-West Bridgewater, Levi French 

North Bkookfikld, Wm. L. Poland 

North Chelsea, chaftged to Revere 

Northfleld, Lewis T. Webster 

Northfield Farms, Moses Fifield 

West Northtleld. Elijah E. Beldii.g 

North Reading, Alonzo E. Damon 

Norton, Mrs. Harriet Hodges 

Norwich, see Huntington 
Oakdale, see West Boylston 
Oakham, Alanson Prouty 

Cold Brook Springs, Geo. L. Ripley 

Orange, Davis Goddard 

North Orange, Nathan L. Johnson 

Orleans, Miss Amelia Snow 

South Orleans, John Kenrick 

East Orleans, Lot Higgins 

Osterville, see Barnstable 
Otis, Joseph Kenyon 

West Otif, Jabez C. Ward 

Otter River, see Templeton 
Oxford, William E. Pease 

North Oxford, Miss Martha E. Stone 

Palmer, Cyrus Knox 

Thorndike, Hiram E. W. Clark 

Three Rivers, Abel Webber 

Bond's Village, Nathan D. Wight 

Paxton, Nathaniel Clark 

Peabody, Winsor M. Ward 

Pelham, Myret E. Boynton 

Pembroke, Seth Whitman 

East Pembroke, Miss L. A. Hatch 

North Pembroke, Francis P. Arnold 

Pepperell, John Loring 

East Pepperell, James A. Elliott 

Peru, Sylvester S. Bowen 

Petersham Samson Wetherell 

Phillipston, Jason Goulding 

Pigeon Cove, see Rockport 
PiTTSFiELD, Henry Chickering 

West Pittsfield, Augustus W. Williams 
Plainfield, Leonard Campbell 

Plainville, see Wrentham 
Plymouth, George F. Weston 

South Plymouth, Miss Adelaide Hovey 

Chiltonville, Geo. Bramhall, jr. 

Plymuton, Zacheus Parker 

Plymptrin Station, Cephas Washburn 

North Plympton, James M. Harub 

Pocasset, see Sandwich 
Pratt's Junction, see Sterling 
Prescott, Liberty Cosette 

North Prescott, John F. Sampson 

Princeton, David H. Gregory 

East Princeton, John A. Mirick 

Provincetown, Paion C. Young 

QuiNCY, John B. Bass 

Quincy Point, Zena» H. Sidelinger 

Wollaston, Wm. A. Thayer 

Randolph, John G. Poole 

East Randolph, John T. Southworth 

South Randolph, Micah B. Faxon 

Raynham, Arunah A. Leach 

North Raynham, Samuel W. Robinson 
Reading, Lewis E. Gleason 

Readville Station, see Dedham 
Kehoboth, John C. Marvel 

North Rehoboth, Greenville Stevens 

Revere, James L. Wiggin 

Richmond, Miss Jennie E. Williams 

RiDgville, see Worthington 
Rochdale, see Leicester 
Rochester, Henry C. Nye 

Rock, see Middleborough 
Rockbottom, see Stow 
Rock Dale Mills, see West Stockbridee 
Rockport, William W. Marshall 

Pigeon Cove, Austin W. Story 

Rockville, see Medway 
Roslindale, see West Roxbury 
Rowe, Edward Wright 



Rowley, 
Royalston, 

South Royalston, 
Russell, 
Rutland, 

North Rutland, 

West Rutland, 
Salkm, 
Salisbury, 

East Salisbury, 
Sandistield, 

Moutville, 

New Boston, 

South Sandisfield, 
Sandwich, 

East Sandwich, 

North Sandwich, 

South Sandwich, 

West Sandwich, 

Monument, 

Pocassett, 

Spring Hill, 



J. Scott Todd 

Obadiah Walker 

Burton B. Murdock 

Horace Parks 

Alonzo Davis 

Herbert G. Thomas 

Andrew J. Pierce 

Geo. H. Piersoii 

Ezra Merrill, jr. 

Samuel H. Chapin 

Geo. F. Butler 

Samuel M. Castle 

Orlo Burt 

Rollin A. Webster 

Frederick S. Pope 

Joseph Ewer, jr. 

Charles Bourne 

Solomon C. Howland 

Isaac N. Keith 

Abram F. Swift 

Asa Raymond 

Joseph G Holway 



Saugus, Miss Charlotte M. Hawkes 

Saugus Centre, John E. Stocker 

Cliftondale, George H. Sweetser 

Saundersville, see Grafton 

Savoy, Calvin Bowker 

Saxonville, see Framingham 

Scituate, Ezekiel Jones, jr. 

North Scituate, Benjamin Brown, jr. 

Scotland, see Bridgewater 

Seekonk Andrew N. Medbury 

South Seekonk, Nathan Munroe 

Sharon, Charles F. Bryant 

East Sharon, Warren Cobb 

Shattuckville, see Colerain 

Sheffield, Mrs. Abigail R. Ensign 

East Sheffield, Robert L. Taft 

Ashley Falls, Albert LeRoy 

Shelburne, John A. Franklin 

East Shelburne, Henry M. PMsk 

Shelbukne Falls, Alfred Bowen 

Bardwell's Ferry, Levi Dole 

Sheldonville, see Wrentham * 

Sherborn, Anthony P. Rogers 

Shirley, Jonas Longley 

Shirley Village, William W. Edgerton 

Shrewsbury, Samuel J. Howe 

Shutesbury, Abel P. Brown 

Bmithville, see Barre 

Somerset, Nathan S. Davis 

Somerville, Nathaniel A. Daniels 

East Si mervlUe, Alonzo B. Evans 

North Somerville, Thomas G. Temple 

Southampton, Ard G. Judd 

Southborough, Daniel S. Whitney 

Cordaville, Curtis Wood 

Fayville, Dexter Newton 

Southbridge, p. Henry Carpenter 

Globe Village, George A. Hanson 

Southfield, see New Marlborough 

South Hadley, Gilbert M. Smith 

South Hadley Falls, Hiram Smith, jr. 

South Scituate, Ebenezer T. Fogg, jr. 

West Scituate, Benjamin N. Curtis 

Southwick, Joseph W. Rockwell 

Spencer, Emerson Stone 

North Spencer, Sheldin C. Tyrrell 

Springfield, William Stowe 

Indian Orchard, Calviu J. Eaton 

Spring Hill, see Sandwich 

State Line, see West Stockbridge 

Sterling, Perley Bartlett 

West Sterling, Julius Fitta 

Pratt's Junction, Isaac H. Currier 

Still River, see Harvard 

Stockbridge, Nathaniel A. Waters 

Curtisville. Henry M. Burrall 

Glendale, Charles Goodrich 

Stoneham, Charles E. Home 

Stoughton, Charles S. Richardson 

East Stoughton, James Keith 

North Stoughton, Henry M. Gill 

Stow, John S. Fletcher 

Rock Bottom, Augustus Rice 

Sturbridge, .^^j^ Henry Haynes 

Fiskdale, Emory L. Bates 

Sudbury, Jonas S. Hunt 

North Sudbury, Edwin A. Conant 

South Sudbury, Emory Hunt 



POST-OFFICES AND POST-MASTERS. 



83 



SunderlancI, 
Sutton, 

West Button, 

Maiichaug, 

Wilkinsonville, 
Swainpscott, 
Swrttizey, 

North Swanzey, 



Horace Lyrnan 

Wilder S. Holbroolc 

Henry B. llullard 

William Abbott 

David T. Dudley 

D. P. Stimpson 

Henry O. Wood 

Mason Barney, jr. 



Swift River, see Cummington 

Tauntox, Samuel O Dunbar 

East Taunton, Channcy G. Washburn 
Mirickville, VViiliam Simras 

Tenipleton, Percival Blodgett 

Baldwinsvllle, Otis D. Sawin 

East Templtton, Fitch L. Sargent 

Otter River, Francis Leland 

Tewksbury. Heury E. Preston 

Thorndike, see Palmer 

Thre' Rivers, see Palmer 

Tisbury • 
North Tisbury, Thomas Merry 

Vineyard Haven, James D. Peakeu 

AVest Tisbury, Mrs. Caroline W. Nickerson 

Tolland. William W. Harrison 

Topsfield, Benjamin P. Adams 

Townsend, William P. Taylor 

Townsend Harbor, Cliarles Emery 

West Townsend, Albert Howe 

Truro, Samuel C. Paine 

North Truro, John Grozer 

Turner's Falls*, see Montague 

Tyngsborough, J. H. D. Littlehale 

Tyringham, Orson Webster 

Upton, Horace Forbush 

West Upton, Eli W. Batchelor 

UxBRiDGE, Charles A. Taft 

North Uxbridge, Arnold S. Sweet 

Van Deusenville, see Great Barrington 

Vineyard Grove, see Edgartown 

Vineyard Haven, see Tisbury 

Wachusett Village, see Westminster 

Wakelield, Samuel Kingman 

Greenwood, Charles M. Oliver 

Wales, Warren Shaw 

Walpole, James G. Hartshorn 

East Walpole, George W. Johnson 

South Walpole, Naaman B. Wilmarth 

Waltiia.m, Samuel O. Upham 

Waquoit, see Falmouth 

WAitE, John W. Curamingn 

Wareham, Miss Ann C. Churchill 

East Wareham, Washington Bassett 

West Wareham, Mo.-es S. F. Tobey 

Warwick, Abner Albee 

Warren. Joseph F. Hitchcock 

West Warren, Lewis Elwell 

Washington, Henry M. Spear 

Watertown, Archibald M. MoMaster 

Mt. Auburn, Robert B. Safford 

Waverly. see Belmont 

Wayland, Charles L. Howard 

Cochituate, Joseph j1. Moore 

Webster, Augustus E. Day 

Wellesley, see Needham 

Wei.lfleet, George T. Wyer 

South Wellfleet, Stephen A. Hatch 

Wendell, Lyman G. Gould 

Wendell Depot, Danforth Putnam 

Lock's Village, Abraru K. Haskell 

Wenham, Henry Hobbs 

Wkstbokough, Frank W BuUard 

West Boylston, David P. Waite 

Oakdale, Joseph E. Waite 

West Bridgcwater, Jarvis D. Burrell 



Cochesett, Charles Perkins 

West Brookfield, Ezra H. Blair 

Westb'IELD, Thomas Kneil 

Westford, Sherman D. Fletcher 

Forge Village, Luther I'rescott 

Graniteville, Aithur Wright 

West Gloucester, see Gloucester 

West Hampton, Thomas C. Davenport 

Westminster, Samuel G. Kendall 

Westminster Depot, Geo. K. Walcott 

AVachusett Village, Benjamin Wyman 

West Newbury, Henry T. Bailey 

Weston, George W. Cutting 

Westport, John C. Macomber 

South Westport, Samuel Gifford 

Central Village, Benjamin T. Shaw 

Westport Point, Alexander If. Cory 

West Roxbury, William S. Keith 

Boylston Station, Albert Tower 

Jamaica Plain, Si'as Poole 

Roslindale, Wm. B. Blakemore 

West Scituate, see South Scituate 

West Springtield, Henry A. Phelon 

Ashleyville, Edward Kneeland 

Mittineague, I>ake Bliss 

We.^t Stoekbridge, William C. Spaulding 
Rock Dale Mills, Charles S. Piatt 

West Stockbridge Centre, Jas. B. Munn 
State Line, George Arnold 

Westvale, see Concord 

Wevmouth, George W. White, jr. 

East Weymouth, Henry Loud 

South Weymouth, Frederick E. Wright 
North Weymouth, John W. Bartlett 

AVIiately, Samuel Lesure 

East Whately, Horace H. Hastings 

Whitinsville, see Northbridge 

Wilbraham, Mrs. Hannah E. Hempstead 
South Wilbraham, Sullivan W. Stanton 
CoUins's Depot, Warren Collins 

Wilkinsonville, see Sutton 

Williamsburg, Henry L. James 

Haydenville, Joel Hayden jr. 

WiLT>iAMSTOWX, Calvin R. Taft 

.South Williamstown, Wra. E. Johnson 

Willimansett, see Chicopee 

Wilmington, Joseph A. Ames 

North Wilmington, Silas Buck 

WiNCHENDON, Edwin S. Merrill 

Winchester, . George P. Brown 

Windsor, Addison E. Steams 

East Windsor, Reuben Pierce 

Winthrop , Warren Belcher 

WoBUKN, Nathan Wyman 

North Woburn, Edward E. Thompson 

East Woburn, Albert L. Richardson 

Wollaston, see Quincy 

Wood's Hole, see Falmouth 

Woodville, see Hopkinton 

Worcester, Josiah Pickett 

Worthington, Horace Cole 

West Worthington, Russell Bartlett 

Ringville, Wm. D.Sanderson 

Soutli Worthington, Elisha R Converse 

Wrentham, Mrs. Sarah D. Barnard 

West Wrentham, Philander P. Cock 

Plainville, John P. Cheever 

Sheldonville, Homer A. Follett 

Yarmouth, Isaac Ryder 

Yarmouth Port, Benjamin H. Matthews 
West Yarmouth, Freeman H. CroweU 

South Yarmouth, Peleg P. Akin 

Zoar, see Charlemont 



U. S. ENGINEERS. 

U. S. Enrfineers' Office for Fort and Sea Walls, 75 State Street. 

Maj.-Gt'n. H, W. Benham, senior Engineer in charge of Forts Warren, 
Independence, and Winthrop, and the Sea Walls of Boston Harbor ; Lieut. 
Thomas Turtle, and Lieut. R. L. Hoxie, asst. engineers. 

U. S. Engineers' office for improvements m Boston and Provincetown Harbors, 
2 Bulfinch street. Brig. Gen. Geo. Thorn, Engineer in charge. Lieut. 
J. B. Quinn, Assistant. 



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CUSTOM-HOUSE OFFICERS. 



District of Boston and Charlestown 

The Custom House opens at 9 

o'clock, A.M., and closes at 3 o'clock, 

P.M. 

Collector, Thomas Russell. 

Deputy Collector and Auditor, John 
M. Fiske. 

Deputy Collectors, Cornelius G. Att- 
wood, James Baxter, jr. 

Cashier, Ephm. L. Frothingham, jr. 

Naval Officer, Walter Harriman. 

Deputy Naval Officer, Hiram Smart. 

Surveyor, A. B. Underwood. 

Deputy Surveyor, Thos. Sherwin. 

Superintendent of Warehouses, Asa 
M. Cook. 

General Appraiser, O. B. Dorrance, 
177 State St. 

Appraisers, Thos. G. Rice, Robert 
K. Darrah. 

Assistant Appraisers, George C. 
Joslin, Francis Blake, 

Boarding Officers, R. Torrey, jr., H. 
Newcomb, S. Carruth. 
Revenue Cutter, " Mahoning." 

Captain, Edward A. Freeman ; 1st 
Lieut., , 2d Lieut., Jo- 
seph Congdon ; 3d Lieut., Wm. Mc- 
Kendry. 

Revenue Steam Cutter, " H. 
Hamlin." 
1st Lieut. Com., J. M. Rosse ; En- 
gineer, Daniel F. Kelly ; Pilot, E. N. 
Thatcher. 

Sub-Treasuky. 

Assistant Treasurer, Franklin Ha- 
ven, jr., 55 State St. 

Ditsrict of Barnstable. 

Port of Barnstable. — Chas. F. 
Swift, Collector; Walter Chipman, 
Deputy Collector. 

Port' of Falmouth. — John W. 
Davis, Deputy Collector. 

Port of Hyannis. — Alvan S. Hal- 
lett. Deputy Collector. 

Port of Chatham. — Isaac B. Young, 
Deputy Collector. 

Port of South Dennis. — Joseph K. 
Baker, jr.. Deputy Collector. 

Port of Harwich. — Erastus Chase, 
Inspector. 

Port of Wellfleet. — Simeon At- 
wood. Deputy Collector. 

Port of Provincetown. — James Gif- 
ford, Deputy Collector; Nathaniel E. 
Atwood, Aid to the Revenue. 

District of Edgartown. 

Port of Edgartown. — C. B. Mar- 
chant, Collector ; Jeremiah Pease, 
Deputy Collector and Inspector. 



Port of Vineyard Haven. — Henry 
W. Beetle, Deputy Collector and In- 
spector. 

District of Fall Kiver. 

Port of Fall River. — James Brady, 
jr., Collector; Isaac Borden, Deputy 
Collector and Inspector ; Earl P. Bow- 
en, Inspector, Weigher, Sfc. 

District of Gloucester. 

Port of Gloucester. — Fitz J. Bab- 
son, Collector; Addison Center, Dep- 
uty Collector ; B. H. Smith. Surveyor ; 
B. F. Cook, B. F. Blatcbford, J. F. 
Foster, Stephen Rich, Inspectors. 

Port of Rockport. — T. F. Paisons, 
jr.. Inspector. 

Port of Bay View. — Daniel Rob- 
inson, Inspector. 

District of Marblehead. 

Port of Marblehead. — Simeon 
DoAge^ Collector ; Nathaniel H. At- 
kins, Deputy Collector; John Cross, 
Inspector, Weigher, Sfc. 

Port of Lynn. — Charles McDevitt, 
Deputy Collector and Inspector. 
District of Nantucket. 

Port of Nantucket. — Allred Macy, 
Collector ; W. H. Waitt, Deputy Col- 
lector; Matthew Macy, Inspector. 
District of New Bedford. 

Port of New Bedford.— J. A. P. 
Allen, Collector ; James Taylor, Dep- 
uty Collector; Geo. B. Richmond, 
Inspector; James V. Cox, Inspector 
and Boarding Officer; James C. Hitch, 
Clerk. 

Port of Fairhaven. — Joseph Taber, 
Inspector. 

Port of Mattapoisett. — Jonathan H. 
Holmes, Inspector. 

Port of Sippican. — George H. Kel- 
ley. Inspector. 

Port of Wareham. — Silas T. 
Soule, Deputy Collector and Inspector. 

Port of Dartmouth. — David H. 
Bartlett, Inspector. 

Port of Westport. — Isaac Cory, 
Inspector. 

District of Newburyport. 

Port of Newburyport. — William H. 
Huse, Collector; Daniel P. Pike, 
Deputy Collector; Moses Pettengill, jr. 
Inspector ; William A. Little, Weigh- 
er and Measurer ; Henry Stover, Sur- 
veyor. 

Port of Ipswich. — Philip E. Clark, 
Inspector. 

District of Plymouth. 

Port of Plymouth. — Thomas Lor- 
ing. Collector; Charles O. Churchill, 



REGISTERS IN BANKRUPTCY. — PENSION AGENCY. 



85 



Henry 11. Robbins, Deput;/ Collectors 
and Inspectors. 

Portof Duxhury. — William Alden, 
Deputy 'Collector and Inspector. 

Port of Kingston. — Stepli. Holmes, 
Deputy Collector and Inspector. 

Port of Scituate. — Jose[)h S. 
Drew, Deputy Collector and Inspector. 
District of Salem and Beverly. 

Port of Salem. — Charles W. 
Palfray, Collector ; Charles S. Os- 
good, Deputy Collector; Charles D. 



Howard, Surveyor ; Wm. C. Waters, 
Storekeeper ; Ephraim F. Miller, Na- 
thaniel M. Hooper, AVm. P. Buffum, 
Samuel R. Hathaway, G. Parker 
Bray, Charles A. Beckfbrd, Ephraim 
Burr, Inspectors ; Simon O. Dalrym- 
ple, Weigher and Ganger. 

Port of Beverly. — Gustavus Ober, 
Inspector. 

Port of Danvers. — Abner S. Mead, 
Inspector. 



REGISTERS IN BANKRUPTCY 

IN MASSACHUSETTS. 

District 1. — James M. Banker, New Bedford. 
" 2. — Samuel B. Noyes, Canton. 

3. _ Charles M. Ellis, Boston. 
" 4. — Samuel L. Thorndike, Boston. 
" .5. — Benjamin C. Perkins, Salem. 
" G. — Edgar J. Sherman, Laiorence. 
" 7. — Andrew F. Jewetr, Lowell. 
" 8. — Peter C. Bacon, Worcester. 
" 9. — Ithamar F. Conkey, Amherst. 
" 10. — Gideon Wells, Springfield. 



UNITED STATES PENSION AGENCY 

CHARLES A. PHELPS, Agent for New England. 
Office, 15 Kilby Street, Boston. 



PENSION EXAMINING SURGEONS 

IX MASSACHUSETTS. 



Abington, B. F. Hastings 
Athol Depot, Vernon O. Taylor 
Barnstable, John M. Smith 
Boston, Horace Chase, George Derby, 

J. B. Treadwell 
Bridgewater, Asa Millett 
Danvers, Ebenezer Hunt 
Edgartown, John Pierce 
Fall River, J. Dwelly 
Fitchburg, Geo. Jewett, Alfred Miller 
Foxboro', J. G. S. Hitchcock 
Greenfield, Chas. L. Fisk, jr. 
Haverhill, Kendall Flint 
Hyannis, P. Pinneo 
Lawrence, Henry M. Chase 
Lee, Eliphalet AVright 
Lynn, Isaac F. Galloupe 
Nantucket, John B. King 



Natick, J. E. Wright 
New Bedford, Jolm H. Machie 
Newburyport, Henry C. Perkins 
North Adams, N. S.' Babbitt 
Northampton, Samuel A. Fisk, Chas. 

S. Knowlton 
Pittsfield, Henry Eastman 
Plymouth, Alex. Jacksan 
Salem, David Choate 
Sheffield, Horace D. Train 
Spencer, E. M. Wheeler 
Springfield, Marshall Calkins 
Taunton, John B. Chace 
Wareham, F. A. Sawyer 
Winchester, Alonzo Chapin 
Worcester, Henry Clarke, Oramel 

Martin, Albert Wood 



86 MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 

MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA. 

The number of Enrolled Militia in the Commonwealth for the year 1871 
is 128,227, an increase of 6,508 over the year 1870. 

Agreeably to the provisions of Chap. 219, Acts of 1866, the number of 
companies of the Volunteer Militia were apportioned as follows : of Infan- 
try, one hundred companies ; of Cavalry, eight companies, and of Light 
Artillery, five companies. These were exclusive of the two compmies of 
Cadets. There are at the present time ninety-two companies of Infantry, 
five companies of Cavalry, and five Batterits of Light Artillery. These 
are divided among counties as follows: Suffolk County, twent) -four corn- 
pan es of Infantrv, three companies of Cavalry, and two companies of Light 
Artillery. Middlesex County, nineteen companies of Infantry, two com- 
panies Of C ivalry, and one company of Artillery. Essex County, fifteen 
companies of Infantry, and one company of Artillery. Bristol County, six 
companies of Infantry. Worcester County, ten companies of Infantry, and 
one company of Artillery. Norfolk County, two companies of Infantry. 
Ham[)sbire County, three compiinies of Infantry, Plymouth C')nnty, six 
companies of Infantry. Hampden County, five companies of Infantry. 
Berksiiire County, one company of Infantry. Franklin County, one com- 
pany oi' Infantry. 

Commander in Chief and Staff. 

Commander-in-Chief, His Excellency, William B. Washburn, Greenfield. 
Adjutant-General {with rank of Major-Gen' I), James A. Cunningham, Boston. 
Surgeon General (with rank of Brig.-Gen'l), Wm. J. Dale, of North Andover. 
Assist. Adjutant-General (with rank of CoL), Nehemiah Brown, of Boston. 
Assist. Surgeon-General {with rank of Col.), Anson P. Hooker, of Cambridge. 
Surgeon-General's Department {rank Major), William C. Capelle, of Boston. 
Assist. Inspector-General {rank of Capt.), William E. Wilson, of Boston. 

Division Commander and Staff. 

Major- General, Benjamin F. Butler, of Lowell. 

Assist. Adjutant-General {rank of Col.), Edgar J. Sherman, of Lawrence. 

Medical Director (rank of Col.), Yorick G. Hur<I, of Ipswich. 

Assist. Inspector-General {rank of Lt.-CoL), Edward J. Jones, of Boston. 

Assist. Quartermaster {with rank of Lt.-CoL), George J. Carney, of Lowell. 

Aide-de-Camp {with rank of Major), Roland G. Usher, of Ljnn. 

Aide-de-Camp {with rank of Major), 

Judge Advocate {with rank of Major), Edwin L. Barney, of New Bedford. 
Engineer {with rank of Major), John W. Kimball, of Fitchburg. 

First Brigade. 

Brigadier- General, Isaac S Burrill, of Boston. 

Assist. Adjutant-General {with rank of Lt.-Col.) Hobart Moore, of Boston. 

Medical Director {rank of Lt.-CoL), 

Assist. Quartermaster {rank of Capt.), Thomas Decatur, of W. Roxbury. 
Assvit. Inspector-General {rank of Major), Solomon A. Bolster, of Boston. 
Engineer {with rank of Captain), Brownell Granger, of Boston. 
Aide-de-Camp {rank Captain), Eben R. Frost, of Boston. 
Judge Advocate {rank Captain), Patrick A. Collins, of Boston. 

First Regiment of Infantry. COMPANIES. 

Oilonel, Geo. H. Johnston, of Boston. 
Lieut.- Colonel, Alfred N. Proctor of Boston. 
Major, John McDonough, of Boston. 
Adjutant, Charles E. Mudge, of Boston. 

Quartermaster, Albert E. Proctor, Boston. 
Surgeon (rank of Major), Robert White, 
jr., of Boston. 

Assist. Surgeon, 

Chaplain, Warren H. Cudworth, of Boston. 



A. — W. Koxburv, Capt. George F. Wood- 

man. 
1st Lieut., Willard H. Lethbridge. 
2d Lieut, Asa S. Weld. 

B. — Boston, Capt., . 

1st Lieut., George R. Battis. 
2d Lieut., Shadrack K. Morri8. 

C. — Boston, Capt., Henrv Parkinson. 
1st Lieut., William H. Warner. 
2d Lieut., Joseph L. Fletcher. 



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D. — Boston, CapL, Isaac P. Giagg. 

1st Lieut., (Jliarles H. D. Stockbridge. 
Id Lieut., Harry C. Gardner. 

E. — Boston, CcijA., Paul M. Foss. 

\st Lieut., George Mynck. 
'Id Lieut., Joliii Weigel. 

F. — Boston, Cupt., William Evans. 

lit Lieut., Matthew Walsh. 
'Id Lieut., Daniel Mitchell. 

G. — Boston, Cupt., Henry A. Snow. 

ist Lieut., George G. Nichols. 
'Id Lieut., Geoige T. tjears. , 

II. — Chelsea, Otpt., Stephen W. Wheeler. 
ist Lieut., Lionel D. Piiillips. 
2(/j[/je«^, Joseph W. White. 

I. — Dorchester, Capt., Joseph T. Paget. 

1st Lieut., 

'Id Lieut., Edmund B. Smith. 

K. — Boston, Capt, H. Floyd Faulkner. 
\st Lieut., ueoige E. Page. 
'Id Lieut. , 

Ii. — Newton, Capt., Isaac F. Kingsbury. 
1st Lieut., treuerick P. barues. 
'Zd Lieut., George F. Park. 

Tliird Kcgimeut of lut'autrj . 

Colonel, Bradford D. Davol, Fad Kiver. 
Lieut.- Colonel, Frederick Mason, launtoii. 
Major, ihoinas B. Gntiith, Cai var. 
Adjutant, Sierra L. Braley, Fall Kiver. 
Qaarteniiaster, Win. G. Bennett, td.i\ Kiver. 
Huryeon, JosepU W . Hay ward, launton. 
Assist. lSuryeon,lsxdC Smith, ji.. Fail Kiver. 
CliapLiin, i^ewis b. Bates, iSew Beaforu. 

CoAIPANlES. 

A. — Halifax, Cajjt., Ly»auder M. Thomp- 
son. 
1st Lieut., Gibson Beai. 
'M Lieut., George H. Boiuiey. 

B.— Fall Kiver, Capt., Edward 1. Marvel. 
Isi Lieut. Jo^epU bowers, jr. 
'.id Lieut., O^Car J. Coiie. 

C. — So. Abiiigton, Cupt., 

1st Lieui., Henry VV. Powers. 
2 'Ad Lieut., Jerome VVasiiLiiirn. 

D. — Fall Kiver, Capt., Josiah A. Hunt.j 
1st Lieut., Oliver VV. Pieice. 
'Ad Lieut., L,evi K. Morton. 

E. — New Bedford, Capt, Dan'l A. Butler. 

1st Litut., 

'Ad Lieut., Wra. G. Davis. 

F. — Taunton, Otpt., David B. Lincoln. 
ist Lieut., Ailred B. HoUgus. 
'2(1 Lieut., isiuxc C. Dunham. 

G. — Taunton, Capt., Francis L. Morse. 
ist Lieut., William A. WiliarU. 
'Ad Lieut., FranK. Boswortu. 

H. — (juincy, Capt., William Boyd. 

1st Lieut., Huinphiey iMDyninan. 
'Ad Lieut., limotuy ^uurpuy. 

I. — No. .bridgewater, Cupt., Sain'l B. 
Hinckley. 

1st Lieut., 

'Ad Lieut., Elmer W. Holmes. 

K. — Abington,CV<-, Timothy S. Atwood. 
1st Lieut, Nath'l 0. Holbrook. f 
2d Lieut., John M. Lyon. 



L. — Carver, Capt, Linus A. Shaw. 
1st Lieut., Henr}' White. 
2d Lieut, Ansel B. Ward. 

31. — Plymouth, C(//><., Stephen C. Phinney. 
1st Lieut., Charles VV. Lanman. 
2d Lieut, Henry L. Ripley. 

B»inth Regiment of Infantry. 

Col., Bernard F. Finan, Boston. 

Lieut-Col., 

Major, Michael Scanlan, Boston. 
Adjutant, Edmund H. Fitzputrick, Boston. 
Quarterm'ister, James Dowling, Boston. 
Surgeon, Archibald E. McDonald, Boston. 
Assist Surgeon, James A. McDonald, 

Charlestown. 
Chaplain. Henry M. Smyth, Boston. 
Companies. 

A. — Boston, Capt. Patrick Houghton, jr. 

1st Lieut., Jas. P. J. Haney. 
'2d Lieut, William Fitzsiminons. 

B. — Boston, Capt. Michael J. Dunn. 

1st Lieut., Patrick C. Conway. 
'Ad Lieut., 

C. — I'loston, Capt, Thomas J. Hyland. 

1st Lieut. Eamund B. Meehan. 
'Ad Lieut. Francis J. Doherty. 

D. — Boston, Capt. Lawrence J. Logan. 

Isi Lieut., Hugh JIcGunigle. 
2d Lieut, Thomas Owens. 

E. — Boston, Capt Wm. M. Straehan. 

1st Lieut., Deniiis F. O'Sullivan. 
2d Lieut, Dennis J. Loug. 

F. — Boston, Capt., Henry P. Kelley. 

1st Lieut., Dennis J. Callahan.' 
2d Lieut., John B. Reardon. 

G. — Charlestown, Capt, Thomas J. Har- 

rington.' 
1st Lieut., Dennis Donavan. 
'Ad Lieut. 

H. — Capt., .lohn J. Weston. 

Isi Lieut., Caas. E. Lj'ons. 
'Ad Lieut. Simon F. Curan. 

I. — Boston, Capt, 

1st Lieut, Michael H. Enwright. 
2d Lieut. Daniel J. Collins. 

K. — Boston, Capt George A. J. Colgan. 
1st Lieut, William Barry. 
2d Lieut., Thomas F. Murry. 

First Battalion of Infantry. 

Major, Doug'ass Frazar, Boston. 
Adjutant, Martin A. Mutiroe, Boston. 
Qunrtermasler, George J. Curtis, Newton. 
Surgeon, James H. Bodge, Boston. 

Companies. 
A. — Boston, Capt., A. C. Wellington. 

1st Lieut, Wm. S. Frost. 

2d Lieut, Francis S. Howard. 

B. — Boston, Capf , George H. Drew. 

1st Lieut, J. Henry Brown. 
'Ad Lieut., James M. Cleverly. 

C. — Boston, Capt,. lohn VV. W. Marjoram. 

1st Lieut., Peter L. Lambert. 

'2d Lieut, William J. Fitzemeyer. 

D. — Boston, Capt., Gurdon S. Brown. 

1st Lieut., 

2d Lieut. Albert P. Sanborn. 



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Second Battalion of Infantry. 

Major, Lewis Gaul, Boston. 
Adjutant, William G. Bntler, Boston. 
Quartermaster, Lewis H. Latimer, Boston. 
Surgeon, Jas. F. Still, Boston. 
Companies. 

A. — Boston, Capt., James B. Watkins. 

1st Lieut., Chas. F. A. Francis. 
2d Lieut., James H. Greenidge. 

B. — New Bedford, Capt , .John T. Tolliver. 

\st Lieut., Jas. R. Reynolds. 
%d Lieut., George Delavan. 

First Battalion of Cavalry. 

Lieut.- Col., Albert Freeman, Boston. 
Major, George Curtis, Boston. 
Adjutant, John H. Roberts, Chelsea. 
(luarlerinaster, Samuel Seward, Boston. 
'Suryeon, Benj. H. Mann, Boston. 

Companies. 
A.— Boston, Capt., Oliver H. P. Smith. 

; ls< Lieut., Thomas VV. Neal. 

2d Lieut., Cyrus C. Emery. 

B. — Bo'ton, Capt., Murdock Matheson. 
\st Lieut., David Scott. 
2d Lieut., Moses F. Webster. 



C — Charlestown, Capt., Freeman L. Gil- 
man. 
1st Lieut., William H. Roberts. 
2d Lieut., Kelsey M. Gilmore. 

D. — Boston, Capt., Augustus P. Calder. 

1st Lieut., 

2d Lieut., Aaron A. Hall. 

First Battalion of Light Artillery 
(Boston). 

Major, Dexter H. Follett. 

Adj utant, 

Quartermaster, 

Hurgeon, —— 

Batteries 
At — Copt., Edwin C. Langley. 

1st Lieut., Ira C. Foster. 

1st Lieut., John F. MuiTay. 

2d Lieut., Isaac Chase. 

2d Lieut., James A. Peabody 

B.— Capt., Charles W. Baxter. 
1st Lieut, Horace J. Hooton. 
1st Lieut., B. Frank Treadwell. 
2c? Lieut., Thomas J. Tute. 
2d Lieut., Charles W. Reed. 



Second Brigade of Infantry. 

Brigadier-General, George H. Peirson, of Salem. 

Ass't Adj.-Gen. (rank Lt.-CoL), Robert S. Daniels, of South Danvers. 

Mtdical Director, " " William Ingail.<, of Boston. 

Ass't Inspector-Gen'l (icith rank of Major), Eben Sutton, North Andover. 

Aide-de-Camp (with rank of Captain), Jos. A. Ingalls, Swampscott. 

Ass't Quarterma.'sier (with rank of Captain), Daniel W. Lawrence, Medford. 

Engineer (with rank of Captain), Lorinj: NV. Muzzey, Lexington. 

Judge Advocate (rank Captain), John W . Hudson, Lexington. 



Fifth Regiment of Infantry. 

Oilonel, Walter Everett, Charlestown. 

Lieut. Col., Cyri.s Tay, Woburn. 

Major, Granville W. Daniels, Somerville. 

Adjutant, Ezra J. Trull, Charlestown. 

Quartermaster, John T. Bolton, Somer- 
ville. 

Surgeon, Edward J. Forster, Charlestown. 

Asst. Surgeon, Allen H. Sumner, Boston. 

Chaplain, Charles E. Grinnell, Charles- 
town. 

Companies. 
A. — Charlestown, Capt., Frank W. Pray. 
1st Lieut., Henry C. Cutler. 
2d Lieut., William R. Carr. 

B.— Somerville, Capt., Chas. F. King. 
1st Lieut , William E. Dick-on. 
2d Lieut., George E. Lovett. 

C — Cambridge. Capt, . 

1st Lieut., Michael Dalton. 
2d Lieut., George L. Snow. 

D. — Charlestown, Capt , Richd. R. P'armer. 
1st Lieut., Wm. H. Doyle. 
2d Lieut., Frederick b. Bo^an. 

E.— Medford, Capt., Isaac F. R. Hosea. 
1st Lieut., Albert F. Dow. 
2d Lieut., Joshamus H. Whitney. 

F.— Medford, Capt., . 

1st Lieut., Charles 0. Burbank. 
2d Lieut., Lorenzo Litchfield. 



G. — Woburn, Capt., Edwin F. Myer. 
1st Lieut., Luke R. Tidd. 
2d Lieut., Alouzo Richardson. 

H.— Charlestown. Capt., Samuel R. Mar- 
pie, jr. 
1st Lieut., George H. Munro. 
2d Lieut., Frank N. Hussey. 

I. — Hudson, Cnpt., Joseph W. Pedrick. 
\st Lieut., Calvin H. Carter. 
2d Lieut., William H. Trowe. 

K.— Peabody, Capt., Wm. H. Hildreth. 
l."!^ Lieut., John W. Fin'ey. 
2f/ Lieut., Benj. A. Doughty. 

^ixth Regiment of Infantr}-. 

Colonel, Melvin Beal, of Lawrence. 
Lieut.- Col., Benj. F. Goddard, of Lowell. 
Major, James W. Hart, of Lowell. 
Adjutant, Chas. C. Whitney, of Lawrence. 
Quartermaster, James G. Abbott, of Law- 
rence. 
Surgeon, Walter Burnham, of Lowell. 
Asst. Surgeon, George W. Sargent, of Law- 
rence. 
Chaplain, Geo. S. Weaver, of Lawrence. 

Companies. 
A.— Wakefield, Capt, Saml. F. Littlefield. 

1st Lieut., . 

2d Lieut., George K. Gilman. 

B. — Groton, Capt., Josiah S. Williams. 
1st Lieut., Charles F. Williamson. 
2d Lieut., Parker J. Kemp. 



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C. — Lowell, Ctipt., Charles H. Kimball. 
1st Lieut., Edward C. Heatti. 
2(/ Lieut., William K. Grover. 

D. — Lowell, QqH., James M. Torsey. 
1st Lieut., Alfred J. Hall, 
2d Lieut., Edwin \V. Bartlett. 

E. — Acton, Capt., Luke J. Robbins. 
1st Lieut., Silas H. Taylor. 
2d Lieut., Frank E. Harris. 

F.— Haverhill, Capt., E. G. W. Cartwright. 
1st fJeut., \Villiam H. Turner. 
2d Lieut., George F. Wheeler. 

G. — Lowell, Capt., Richard B. Frown. 
1st Lieut., George G. Tarbeli. 
2d Lieut., Charles H. Richardson. 

H.— Lowell, Capt., John O'Grady. 
Is'^ Lieut., Francis McQuade. 
2d Lieut., Timothy Leahey. 

I. — Lawrence, Cnpt., Timothy Deacey. 
1st Lieut., Richard F. Sullivan. 
2d Lieut., Timothy Reardon. 

K< — Lawrence, Capt., Smith Decker. 

1st Lieut., Lawrence N. Duchesney. 
2d Lieut. , John H. Stafford. 

£igUth Regiment of Infantry. 

Colonel, Benjamin F. Peach, jr. of Lynn. 
Lieut.-Col., Francis E. Porter, of Beverly. 
Major, David W. Low, of Gloucester. 
Adjutant, Abram H. Berry, of Lynn. 
Quartermaster, Chas. E. Kimball, of Lynn. 
Surgeon, John L. Robinson, of VVenham. 
Ass't Surgeon, Preston M. Chase, Dan vers. 
Chaplain, J. R. Thurston,of Newburyport. 

Companies. 

A. — Newburyport, Capt., Elbridge G. Mor- 
rison. 

1st Lieut., Edward F. Bartlett. 

2d Lieut., Edward Sexton. 
B« — Kewburyport, Capt., Chas. L. Ayers. 

1st Lieut., George H. Stevens. 

2d Lieut., W. Byron Tilton. 
C. — Marblehead, Capt., Francis A. Osgood. 

1st Lieut., Benjamin F. Doliber. 

2d Lieut., Joseph H. Phillips. 



D. — Lynn, Capt., George T. NewhalL 
1st Lieut., Edward C. Neal. 
2d Lieut., John G. Warner. 

E. — Beverly, Capt., Hugh J. Munsey. 
1st Lieut., i5enjamin F. Herrick. 
2d Lieut., Charles L. Dodge. 

F.— Lynn, Cajyt., .losiah F. Kimball. 
1st Li'M., William H. Gale. 
2d Lieut., William J. Clark. 

G. — Gloucester, Capt., . 

1st Lieut., Charles H. Pew. 
2d Lieut., Charles H. Parsons. 

H. — Salem, CajH., John P. Reynolds. 
1st Lieut., Arthur H. Phippen. 
2d TAeuL, Jonathan Osborn. 

I. — Lynn, CajH., Jeremiah C. Bacheller. 
1st Lieut., Charles C. Fry. 
2d Lieut., James F. Pool. 

K.— Salem, Capt., Winsor 5L Ward. 
Isl Lieut., Gharles C. Jewell. 
2d Lieut , Enoch J. Redman. 

Company F Unattactied Cavalry 
CClielnisford>. 

Captain, Christopher Roby. 
Adjutant, H. Herbert Emerson. 
1st Lieut., Allen Cameron. 
2d Lieut., Benjamin F. Day. 
Ass't Surgeon, Levi Howard. 

Third Battery of Liglit Artillery 
CAIaldeu). 

Captain, Clark B. Baldwin. 
1st Lieut., Charles 0. Boyd. 
Isl Lieut., Jacob M. Ellis. 
2d Lieut., H. Frank Nevins. 
2d Lieut., Frank Turner. 
Adjutant, William B. Pattison. 

Fonrtli Battery of Light Artillery 
CLawrence). 

Captain, George S. Merrill. 
1st Lieut., George G. Durrell. 
1st Lieut., Wallace M. Priest. 
2d Lieut., Alonzo Joy. 
Ass't Surgeon, Edmund Seyffurth. 



Third Brigade. 

Brigadier-General, Robert H. Chamberlain, of Worcester. 

Ass't Ailj.-General (rank Lieut.-Col.) Joseph A. Titus, Worcester. 

Medical Director (rank Lieut.-Col.), Satniiel Flagg, Worcester. 

Ass't Inspector-General (rank Major), Henry M. Phillips, Springfield. 

Ass't Quarlermaster (rank Captain), Charles S. Chapin, Worcester. 

Engineer (rank Captain), . 

Aide-de-Camp (rank Captain), Edward B. Hamilton, Worcester. 
Judge Advocate, (rank Captain), Henry A. Willis, Fitchburg. 



Second Regiment of Infantry. 

Colonel, Joseph B. Parsons, of Northamp- 
ton. 

Lieut.- Col., Homer G. Gilmore, of Spring- 
field. 

Major, Embury P. Clark, of Holyoke. 

Adjutant (rank of let Lieut.), Hubbard M. 
Abbott, of Northompton. 

Quartermaster (rank of 1st Lieut.), Eugene 
D. Capron, ot Springfield. 
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Surgeon {rank of Major), Dyer B. N. Fish, 

of Amherst. 
Chaplain, Peter V. Finch, of Greenfield. 
Ass't Surgeon (rank of 1st Lieut.), John F. 

Hurley, of Chicopee. 

Companies. 

A. — Greenfield, Capt., Anson Withey. 
1st Lieut., Herbert C. Baker. 
2d Lieut., Aziel A. Packard. 



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B. — Springfield, CapL, Nfwton E. Kellogg. 

\st Lieut.. Eugene B. Hovey. 
2d Lieut., Willard W. Sawyer. 

C. — Amherst, Capt, . 

Ist ^mtt., James A. Baker. 
2c{^^^^. Lorenzo Draper. 

Capt., Andrew L. Bush. 
L, Edwin B. Smith. 
, Phineas Solomon. 

field, Capt., Henry S. Briggs. 
Lieut., George R. Lingenfelter. 
2d Lieut., Charles B. Williams. 

F. — Northampton, Capt., Lewis Day. 

Is/ Lieut, Benjamin F. Ockington, 
Id Lieut., William L. Norton. 

G. — Springfield, Capt., Francis E. Gray. 

\st Lieut., Rob Roy McGregor. 
Id Lieut., Charles G. Burdett. 

H. — Northampton, Capt., Henry A. 
Brown. 
\st Lieu*., David McGuire. 
2rf Lieut., • 

I.— Chicopee, Capt., Wm. C. Tracey. 
1st Lieut., Chester H. Ballard. 
2d Lieut., Timothy Connavan. 

K. — Holyoke, Capt, Charles H. Flanders. 
1st 'Lieut, George E. Whitaker. 
2d Lieut, Alvin C. Pratt. 

Tenth Regiment of Infantry. 

Colonel, James May, oi Fitchburg. 
Lieut.- Colonel, Willard Clark, of Milford. 
Major, James M. Drennan, of Worcester. 
Adjutant (rank of 1st Lieut.), Geo. F. Mer- 

riam, of Fitchburg. 
Quartermaster (rank of 1st Lieut), Richard 

Tucker, of Fitchburg. 
Surgeon (rank of Major), George Jewett, 

of Fitchburg. 
Chaplain, George S. Ball, of Upton. 
Ass't Surgeon (rank of 1st Lieut ), William 

H. Hildreth, of Fitchburg. 
Companies. 
A.- Worcester, Capt., William H. King. 
1st Lieut, Frank A. Hrtrrington. 
2d Lieut, Everett A. Morse. 

B.— Fitchburg, Cf(/)<., George E. Goodrich. 
1st Lieut, Russell O. Houghton. 
2d Lieut, Henry G. Green. 

C. — Worcester, Capt, John A. Lovell. 
] St Lieut., Asa N. Wheeler. 
2d Lieut, Harrison H. Comings. 



D. — Fitchburg, Cap/., Geo. A. Whitcomb. 

l$t Lieut., George R. Lawrence. 
2d Lieut., William Ewen. 

E. — Ashburnham, Capt, Wm. H. Lindley. 

1st Lieut., Walter 0. Parker. 
2d Lieut., Michael Fitzgibbon. 

F.— Milford, Capt, John G. McCarter. 
1st Lieut., Henry J. Bayley. 
2d Lieut., Henry E. Fales. 

G. — Grafton, Capt, John F. Searle. 
1st Lieut., James Gieason. 
2d Lieut, George W. Walcott. 

H. —Westminster, Capt, Ethan W. Holden. 
1st Lieut, Edward P. Miller. 
2d Lieut., Hobart Raymond. 

I. — Sterling, Capt., . 

1st Lieut, . 

2d Lieut, William H. Sawyer. 

K. — Leominster, Capt, Lucien A. Cook. 
1st Lieut, Eugene A. Bennett. 
2d Lieut., Charles D. Pierce. 

First Company of Cadets 
(Boston). 

Capt (with rank of Lieut.- Col.), Francis 

W. Palfrey. 
Lieut, (with rank of Major), Stephen M. 

Weld. 
Ensign (with rank of Major), Jere. Abbott. 
Surgeon (with rank of Major), B. Joy 

Jeffries. 
Adjutant (with rank of Captain), Thomas 

F'. Edmands. 
Quartermaster (with rank of 1st Lieut.), 

Charles E. Stevens. 
1st Lieut., William F. Lawrence. 
1st Lieut, Otis E. Weld. 

\st Lieut, . 

1st Lieut., Charles P. Horton. 
1st Lieut, Francis L. Higginson. 

Second Company of Cadets 
(S»alem>. 

Major, A. Parker Browne. 
Capt.. Samuel Dalton. 

Adjutant, . 

Quartermaster, Edward A. Simonds. 

Surgeon, . 

1st Lieut., Joseph C. Foster. 
1st Lieut, Philip G. Skinner. 
1st Lieut , Edward Hobbs. 
2d Lieut., Charles H. Masury. 

2d Lieut., . 

2d Lieut, James Pope. 



The following Military Company consists mainly of Officers of other corps 
of Militia. 

Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company. 

Officers for 1871-72. 

Captain, Captain Edwin C. Bailey. First Lieutenant, Captain John Mack. Second 
Lieutenant, Captain Richard M. Barker. Adjutant, Captain Edward R. Frost. First Ser- 
geant, Captain William H. Cundy. Second Sergeant, Sergt. William Pfaff. Third Ser- 
geant, . Fourth Sergeant, Sergt. H. K. W. Hibbard. Fifth Sergeant, John 

A. Lowell. Sixth Sergeant, Sergt. Vincent Laforme. Seventh Sergeant, George S. Eapt- 
nian. Eighth Sergeant, Capt. Horace Rockwell. Ninth Sergeant, Capt. John M. White. 
Tenth Sergeant, A. W. Hobart. Treasurer and Paymaster, Capt. John G. Roberts. Clerk 
and Assistant Paymaster, Lieut. George H. Allen. Qxiartermaster,Q2i^t. Cliarles S.Lam- 
bert. Armorer, Capt. Richard M. Barker. 



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BOARD OF POLICE COMMISSIONERS, 

Oflice, 37 AVaslilngton Street, Boston. 

GEN. JAMES L. BATES. HON. JAMES M. USHER. 
GEN. JOHN W. KIMBALL. 

Cliii^t Constable of the Cominonwealtli. 

EDWARD J. JONES. . . . Office, 24 Pemberton Squaro, Bjstoii. 
Clerical Department. 

Gustavus Andrews. Lebbeus Stetson. 

Detective Force. 



Thomas P. Bagley. 
Charles F. Haumiond. 
Daniel C. Jones. 
William K. Jones. 



Harrison D. Littlefield, 
Hollis C. Pinkham. . 
Francis M. Smith. 
James P. Wade. 



Constables of the Coinnionwealtb. 



Barnstable County. 
Raymond Ellinjrton, Provincetown 
Benjamin H. Matthews, Yarmouthport 

Berkshire County. 

William McKay, North Adams 
Moses H. Pease 

Bristol County. 

Robert Grossman, 2d, Taunton 
David Dean, Fall River 
George Dunham, New Bedford 
Alfred G. Hitch, New Bedford 

Essex County. 

Charles L. Ayers, Newburyport 
Melvin Beal, Lawrence 
George W. Boynton, Georgetown 
William C. Bowler, Salem 
John F. Brown, Lynn 
Joseph A. Moore, Gloucester 
John E. Smith, Lynn 

Franklin County. 
Hugh B. Miller, Greenfield 
George H. Phelps, Northfield 

Hampden County. 
Harvey H. Billings, Springfield 
Stephen C. Cou(;h, Springfield 

Bfampshire County. 
William E. Lewis, Ware 
Edward P. Nichols, Northampton 

Middlesex County. 
Josiah A. Bean, Natick 
Charles A. Davis, Somerville 
Francis Hinckley, Maiden 



Hosea C. Hoyt, Newton 
George H. Morse, Lovvell 
Micali B. Priest, Marlboro' 
Albert Pinder, Lowell 
Pembroke S. Rich, Ayer 
Edward E. Souther, Charlestown 
John E. Tidd, Woburn 

Norfolk County. 

Christopher T. Bailey, Weymouth 
Benjamin P. Eldridge, Neponset 
Andrew J. Garey, Weymouth 
Isaac Porter, South Brain tree 
Lewis R. Whittaker, Franklin 

Plymouth County. 
James B. Collingwood, Plymouth 
Uriah Macey, Bridgewater 
George C. Pratt, Abington 

Suffolk County. 
Richard F. Andrews, John A. Da- 
ley, John E. Oilman, Frederic A. 
Marsh, James H. McGuire, Michael 
Meade, Daniel Noonan, Edward L. 
Noyes, George F. Raymond, William 
M. Strachan, John Tewksbury, John 
S. Tobey, George G. Trull, Samuel 
A. Waterman, Clark Waters. 

Worcester County. 

Abijah Brown, Bolton 
Charles W. Davis, Templeton 
Samuel J. Fletcher, Whitinsville 
Augustus W. Keene, Milford 
Solomon Shumway, Webster 
Edward J. Russell, Worcester 



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STATE ALMSHOUSES. 



State Almshouse at Tewksbury. 

Francis H. Nourse, Lowell ; Benj. 
C. Perkins, Feahody ; George P. 
Elliot, Billerica, Inspectors. Thomas 
J. Marsh, Superintendent. 

State Almshouse at Bridgewater, 
John B. Hathaway, Fall River ; 
James H. Mitchell, East Bridgewater ; 



Joseph B. Thaxter, Hingham, Inspec- 
tors. Nahum Leonard, jr., Supt. 
State Almshouse at Monson. 
Eleazer Porter, Hadley ; Gordon 
M. Fisk, Palmer ; Thomas Rice, 
Shrewsbury, Inspectors. Horace P. 
Wakefield, Supt. 



HOSPITALS. 



State Lunatic Hospital at North- 
ampton, Mass- 
Incorporated 1856. 

Trustees, Hon. Edmund H. Sawyer, 
Easthampton; Edward Hitchcock, 
M.D., Amherst; Silas M. Smith, Estj., 
Northampton ; Hon. Eliphalet Trask, 
Springfield ; Henry L. Sabin, M.D., 
Williamstown. 

Resident Officers, Pliny Earle, 
A.M., M. D., Physician and Superinten- 
dent ; Edward B. Nuns, M.D., Asst. 
Physician; Edward R. Spaulding, 
M.D., 2d Asst. Physician ; Walter B. 
Welton, Clerk. Treasurer. Pliny 
Earle, Northampton, office at the llo^ 
pital. 
The ^^^o^ceste^ Lunatic Hospital. 

Was founded by the State, and was 
first opi^ned for patients Jan. 18, 
1S33. It lias of late been sustained 
bv the price of board of patients. 
The charge is S3. 50 and $5.00 per 
week. Patients are committed by 
order of Judges of Probate, by Over- 
seers of the Poor, by wari-ant from the 
Governor, and by private bonds, 
with sworn certificates of insanity 
from two physicians. 

Trustees, R. W. Hooper, M. D., 
Boston ; l>ancis W. Bird, Walpole ; 
Hon. Henry Chapin, Worcester; Wm. 
Workman, M.U., Worcester; and 
Hon. S. E. Sewall, of Boston. 

Resident Officers, Merrick Bemis, 
M. D., Superintendent; D. H. Love- 
joy, M.D., Mary Stinson, M.D.; As- 
sistant Physicians; Caroline A. Be- 
mis. Matron; Janette W. Wright, 
Clerk ; Daniel W. Bemis, Steward 
and Treasurer. 
State Lunatic Hospital, Taunton. 

Trustees, Le Baron Russell, Boston ? 
Chas. R. Atwood, Taunton ; George 
Howland, jr, Ntw Bedford; Oliver 



Ames, No. Easton ; Chas. Edward 
Cook, Boston. 

Resident Officers, William AV. 
Godding, M. D., Superintendent ; 
William H. Gage, M. D., Assistant 
Physician ; John Kittredge, Treasurer 
and Clerk. 

Massachusetts General Hospital, 
iJlossom Street, Bostou. 

Incorporated 1811. 

Edward Wigglesworth, President, 
J. Thomas Stevenson, Treasurer, 
Henrv B. Rosjrers, James M. Beebe, 
WiUiam S. Bullard, Charles H. Dal- 
ton, Samuel Eliot, (ieorge Higginson, 
Samuel G. Howe, James L. Little, 
John Lowell, Charles S. Storrow, 
Edmund Dwight, Ezra Farnsworth, 
Trustees. 

Officers of the Hospital. — 
Benjamin S. Shaw, M D., Resident 
Physician and Superintendent. Geo. 
C. Shattuck, M.D., Francis Minot, 
M. D., Calvin Ellis, M.D., Samuel L. 
Abbot, M.D., James C. White, M.D., 
Henry K. Ohver, jr., M. D., Vis- 
iting Physicians. Henry J. Bigelow, 
M. D., Henry G. Clark, M. D., Samu- 
el Cabot, M.D., George H. Gav, 
M.D., Richard M. Hodges, M D., Al- 
gernon Coolidge, M.D., Visiting Sur- 
geons. Hall Curtis, M.D., George 
E. Tarbell, M.D., Physicians to Out- 
patients. J. Theodore Heard, M.D., 
Charles B. Porter, M.D., Surgeons to 
Out-patients. Calvin Ellis, M.D., Mi- 
croscopist and Curator of the Patho- 
logical Cabinet. 

Officers of McLean Asylum for In- 
sane, Somerville. 

George F. jJelly, Superintendent. 
O. F. Rogers, F. A. Stillings, Asst. 
Physicians, and Apothecaries. George 
W. Whittle, Steward. Mrs. Abby M. 
Whittle, Matron. 



HOSPITALS. 



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City Hospital, Boston. 

Harrison Avenue, opposite Wor- 
cester Square. For those only who 
re(juire temporary relief. 

Consulting Phi/sicians and Surgeons, 
Edward Reynolds, M.D. ; Winslow 
Lewis, M.D. ; Jolin Jeffries, M.D; 
Silas Durkee, M.D. ; Benjamin E. 
Cottin^, M.D., -James E. Bucking- 
liam, M.I). Visiling Physicians, 

Fitch Edward Oliver, M.D. ; Jolni N. 
Borland, M.D. ; Joim G. Blake, M.D. ; 
Joiin P. Reynolds, M.D. : Hall Cur- 
tis, M.D. ; Ai(/-\ander D. Sinclair, 
M.D. Visiting Surgeons, D. McB. 
Tha.\ter, jr,J\I.D. ; Charles D. Ho- 
mans, M.D. ; David W. Cbeever, 
M.D.; W. H. Thomdike,M.D. : W. C. 

B. Fifiehl, M.D. ; William Ingalls, 
M.D. Opthalmic Surgeons, Henry W. 
Williams, M.D, Oliver F. Wads- 
wortli, M.D. Admitting Physician, 
Howard F. Damon, M. U. PaUiologixt, 
S. G. Webber, M.D. Physicians to 
Out-Patients, Frederick I. Knight, 
M.D., William B. Maekie, M.D. 
Departynent for Skin Diseases, Out- 
Patients, . Surgeons to 

Out-Patients, M. F. Gavin, M.D., Geo. 
W. Gay, M D. 

Trustees for 1871. [Elected by 
concurrent vote in Januar}'.] Alder- 
man, Henry L. Pierce. Cuuncilmen, 
Stephen L. Emery, Thomas W. 
Brown, jr. At Large, John T. Brad- 
ley (Pres.), James Guild, Joel Rich- 
ards, Samuel S. Snow, Theodore 
INIetcalf, David H. Coolidjje, (Secre- 
tary). Superintendent, Lucius A. 
Cutler, office in the Hospital. 

Applications for admission of pa- 
tients may be made between 9 and 11 
A. M. Persons accidentiy injured 
will be received at all hours. 

Mass. Homoeopathic Hospital, 14 
Burrou«h.s ir'lace, Bostjn. 

Incorporated 1855. 
Henry S. Russell, President. Frank 
W. Andrews, Treasurer. I. T. Tal- 
bot, Secretary. Royal E. Robbins, 
William Pope, David H. Blaney, H. 

C. Ahlborn, Henry C. Angell, E. B. 
De Getsdorff, J. H. Woodbury, Con- 
rad Wesselhoetl, Trustees. 



Boston Lying-in Hospital. 

Annual meeting in May. Cliarles 
H. Parker, President. Francis Boyd, 
Vice-President. Thornton K. Loth- 
rop, Treasurer. Francis A. Hall, 
Secretary. 

The Society has not now any hos- 
pital, but ilispenses its charities in pri- 
vate families. 

Boston Lunatic Hospital, South 
Boston. 

Clement A. Walker, M.D., Super- 
intendent. Theodore W. Fisher, M.D., 
Assistant Superintendent. 

Worcester City Hospital. 
Founded 1871. 

For those only who require tempo- 
rary relief. Trustees, F. H. Kelley, 
.Joseph Sargent, Geo. Jaques, Stephen 
Salisbury, P. L. Moen, Sumner Pratt, 
Charles S. Chllds. 

Consulting Physicians and Sur- 
geons, O. .Martin, Joseph N. Bates, 
George N. Bates, Thomas Gage, Henry 
Clarke, Rufus Woodward, All3ert T. 
Wood, George E. Francis J. G. Park, 
J. M. Rice, E. Warner, H. Y. Simp- 
son. Superintendent, J.G. Park, M.D. 
National Sailors' Home, Q,uincy. 
Organized 1865. 

Alex. H. Rice, President. Wil- 
liam Perkins, Treasurer. Joshua 
Crane, Clerk. 

Consumptives' Home, Boston. 

Opened Sept., 1864, for the gratu- 
itous care of poor, sii.'k with consump- 
tion. Supported by voluntary con- 
tributions. Charles Cullis, M.D., 
Physician and Superintendent. 

Lowell Hospital Association. 

Hospital, Merrimack corner Paw- 
tucket Street. Organized in 1840, 
by the several manufacturing com- 
panies, for the benefit and medical 
care of those in their emplov, who 
mav be sick. The agents or superin- 
tendents of the several companies are 
the Trustees. Physician and Su- 
perintendent, J. W. Gi'aves, M.D. 
U. S. M.arine Hospital, Chelsea. 

Amos B. Bancroft, Surgeon in 
charge. Leveritt D. Gnnter. Asst. 
Surgeon. Andrew Bartlett, Chaplain. 



STATE PRISON. 

Located at Charlestown. 

Samuel E. Chamberlain, Warden. Almon Hale, Deputy-Warden. Wm. 
Peirce, Clerk. John G. Dearborn, Physician. William W. Colburn, Chap- 
lain. Eugene L. Norton, Charlestown ; Harmon Hall, Saugus ; Edward H. 
D unn, Boston, Inspectors. 

Agent for Discharged Convicts, D^miel Russell, Boston. 



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PERKINS INSTITUTION AND MASS. ASYLUM FOR THE 

BLIND. 

Instituted, 1828. Located at South Boston. 
Depository and Office, 20 Browfeld Street. 

President. Joseph Lyman, Vice-President. William 



Claflin, Treasurer. Samuel G. Howe, M.D., Director and Secretary. Thos. 
T. Bouve, Samuel Eliot, Josiah Quincy, James Sturgis, William B. Rogers, 
Augustus Lowell, George S. Hale, of Boston ; E. R. Mudge, Swampscott, 
Francis BrooVs, Medford ; Edward N. Perkins, Brookline ; Joseph Lyman, 
Benjamin S. Rotch, Jamaica Plain, Trustees. 

MASSACHUSETTS SCHOOL FOR IDIOTIC AND 
FiiiEBLE-MINDED YOUTH. 

Eighth, between M and N streets. South Boston. 
Samuel G. Howe, President. Emory Washburn, Vice-President. F. W. 
G. May, Treasurer. Edward Jarvis, Secretary. Samuel G. Howe, Samuel 
Eliot, Robert B. Stover, Samuel A. Green, of Boston; Edward Jarvis, F. W. 
G. May, Emory Washburn, of Cambridge, Trustees appointed by the Corpor- 
ation. John Flint, Boston; Josiah Bartletf, Concord; James B. Congdon, 
New Bedford ; Lewis Allen, Peabody ; Henry G. Denny, Boston ; Ed- 
win Morton, Boston, Trustees appointed by the Governor and Council. 

PLUMMER FARM SCHOOL OF REFORM FOR BOYS, 

SALEM. 

Incorpokated, 1855. 
Board of Trustees for 1872 : President, William L Bowditch. Treasurer and 
Secretary, Gilbert L. Streeter. Trustees, William I. Bowditch, William 
Chase, Jas. Kimball, Samuel P. Andrews, Geo. R. Chapman, G. L. Streeter, 
Aaron Perkins, Thomas Nichols, jr., John C. Lee, James B. Curwen. Supt., 
C. A. Johnson. 

STATE REFORM SCHOOL FOR BOYS. 

Congregate and Family Asylum combined. 

Westboro'. Established, 1848. 

Eli A. Hubbard, Springfield ; Levi L. Goodspeed, Bridgewater ; Stephen 

G. Deblois, Boston; John Ayers. Medford; Lucius W. Pond, Worcester ; 

George C. Davis, Northborough, Trustees. George C. Davis, Northborough, 

Treasurer. Benjamin Evans, Superintendent. 

MASSACHUSETTS NAUTICAL SCHOOL. 

Boston Harbor. 
Mafhew Howland, New Bedford; Thomas Russell, Boston ; William T. 
Davis. Plymouth ; William Fabens, Marblehead ; Alfred C. Hersey, Hing- 
ham ; Osliorn Howes. Jairus Bt-al, Boston, Trustees. Charles VV. Reed, 
Boston, Treasurer. M. L. Elilridge, Sriperintcndent. 

STATE INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. 

Lancaster. Established, 1855. 

Frank B. Fay, Chelsea ; George Cummings, Lancaster ; George B. Emer- 
son, Boston ; Daniel Denny, Dorchester ; Horace J. Adams. Lowell ; John 
L. S. Thompson, Lancaster ; Albert Tolman, Worcester, Trustees. Frank 
B. Fay, Treasurer. Russell Sturgis, jr.. Secretary, 

Marcus Ames, Superintendent and Chaplain. Lucy A. Proctor, Superin- 
tendent's Assistant. A. E. Boyntnn, Farmer. J. L. S. Thompson, M.D., 
Physician. Mis Susan A. Byers, Mrs. Harriet P. Abbott, Mrs. Harriet F. 
Perry, Miss Eliza G. Longfellow, Miss Isabella C. Spaulding, Matrons. 



TRUSTEES OF THE SMITH CHARITIES. 

Northampton. Incorporated, 1849. 
For the benefit of Indigent Widows and Children. 
George W. Hubbard, President. George W. Hubbard, Jeriah S. Smith, 
Charles Arms, Trustees. 



STATE LIBRARY, ETC. 



STATE LIBRARY. 

In the State House, for the use of the Governor, Lieutenant-Governor, the 
Council, the Senate, the House of Representatives, and such other officers of 
the government and other persons as may from time to time be permitted to 
use the same. 

The Library is open during the Session of the Len;islature, each day, with- 
out intermission, from 9, a.m., to 5, p.m., except on Saturday p.m., when it is 
closed at 1 o'clock. 

All persons whatsoever may use the Library for consultation or reference. 

TRUSTEES. 

Edwin P. Whipple, Jacob M. Manning, George O. Shattuck, of Boston. 
Joseph White, Librarian, Ex officio. 
Samuel C. Jackson, acting Librarian. 
C. R. jAckson, E. M. Sawyer, Assistants. 



STATE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE. 

Members ex-officiis. His Excellency William B. Washburn, His Honor 
Joseph Tucker, Hon. Oliver Warner, Secretary of the Commonwealth. 

William S. Clark, Pre^. Mass. Agricultural College. 

Appointed by the Governor and Council. 

James F. C. Hyde, of Newton ; Louis Agassiz, of Cambridge ; Marshall P. 
Wilder, of Boston. 

Chosen by the County Societies. — Massachusetts, Leverett Saltonstall, of 
Newton ; Essex, George B. Loring, of Salem ; Middlesex, John B. Moore, of 
Concord ; Middlesex (North), Jonathan Ladd, of Lowell ; Middlesex (South), 
John Johnson, of Framingham ; Worcester, Tliomas W. Ward, of Shrews- 
bury; Worcester (West), John T. Ellsworth, of Barre ; Worcester (North), 
Lewis H. Bradford, of Fitchburg ; Worcester (North-west), Farwell F. Fay, 
of Athol ; Worcester (South), Newton S. Hubbard, of Brimfield ; Worcester 
(South-east), WilUam Knowlton, of Upton ; Hampshire, Franklin, and 
Hampden, A. Perry Peck, of Northampton ; Hampshire, Levi Stockbridge, 
of Amherst ; Highland, George T. Plunkett, of Hinsdale ; Hampden, Wm. 
Birnie, of Springfield ; Hampden (East), Hiram Converse, of Palmer; Uniovy 
E. W. Boise, of Blandford ; Franklin, Thomas L. Allis, of Conway; Berk- 
shire, Andrew J. Bucklin, of South Adams ; Hoosac Valley, Nahum P. 
Brown, of Florida; Housatonic, Richard Goodman, of Lenox ; Norfolk, Eli- 
phalet Stone, of Dedham ; Hingham, Albert Fearing, of Hingham ; Bristol, 
Avery P. Slade, of Somerset; Bristol (Central), 'Nathan Durfee, of Fall 
River ; Plymouth, Charles G. Davis, of Plymouth ; Marshfeld, George M. 
Baker, of Marshfield; Barnstable, S. B. Phinney, of Barnstable; Nantucket, 
Andrew M. Myrick, of Nantucket ; Martha's Vineyard, Herman Vincent, of 
Chihnark ; Cliarles L. Flint, Secretary. 



BOAED OF STATE CHAEITIES. 

Edward Earle, Worcester ; Nathan Allen, Lowell ; Samuel G. Howe, Bos- 
ton ; Moses Kimball, Boston ; Franklin B. Sanborn, Springfield ; S. C. 
Wrightington, Fall River, General Agent ; Edward L. Pierce, Milton, 
Secretary. 



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BOARD OF EDUCATION. 

ESTABLISHED BY AN ACT OF THE LEGISLATURE, APRIL 20, 1837. 
Office at the State House. 

The Governor and Lieutenant-Govornor of the Commonwealth, ex-officiis, 
and eight members, one to be appointed ^-nnually by the Governor and 
Council; Henry Chapin, Worcester, term expires 1876; Gardner G. Hub- 
bard, Cambridge, 1878; WiHiam Rice, Springfield, term expires 1879; Alonzo 
A. Miner, i?os/on, 1877 ; Constantine C. Esty, Framingham, 1872; Samuel 
T. Seelye, Easthampton, 1873; John D. Philbrick, Boston, 1874. 

Joseph White, Secretarg and Treasurer; Sanmel C. Jackson, Assistant Secre- 
tary ; Abner J. Phipps, Agent. 



STATE NORMAL SCHOOLS. 



ESTABLISHED BY LAW, 1838. 

The State Normal Schools are designed for those only who purpose to 
teach, and especially for those who purpose to teach in the Common Schools. 
Of those who avail themselves of the adtantages of these Schools, and who 
aftt^rwards become teachers in the Common Schools of" Massachusetts, no 
tuition fee is recjuired. 

There are at present four in the Commonwealtli, as follows : — 

State Normal, School^ Framingham. State Normal School at Westfield. 



FOR females only. 

Annie E. Johnson, Principal. 

Originally established at Lexing- 
ton, July 3, 1839. Transferred in 
May, 1844, to West Newton ; from 
thence, in 1853, to Framingham. 

Bbicgewater State Normal School. 

(Established, 1840.) 

FOR BOTH SEXES. 

Albert G. Boyden, A.M., Principal. 

Male applicants for admission must 
be at least 1 7 years of age. Female 
applicants, 16. Tuition free. 



(Incorporated, 1844.) 

FOR BOTH SEXES. 

John W. Dickinson, A.M., Princi- 
pcd. 

This school first went into opera- 
tion at Barre, September 4, 1830. In 
1841 it was suspended, and in Sep- 
tember, 1844, was re-commenced at 
Westfield. 

Salem State Normal School. 

for fejiales only. 

Opened, September 13, 1854. 
Daniel B. Hagar, Ph.D., Principal. 



DIRECTORY.— GAUTIOItf. 



The JPuhlic are Cautioned against paying money in ad- 
vance to any persons claiming to he connected with us or 
our publications, as our Agents never take any sum, how- 
ever small, in advance. 

SAMPSON, DAVENPORT, &. CO.. Directory Publishers, 

47 CONGRESS STREGT, BOSTON. 



COLLEGES. 



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COLLEGES, ACADEMIES, ETC. 



Harvard College, Cambridge. 

(Incorporated, 1636.) 

PRESIDENT, 

CHARLES WM. ELIOT, LL.D. 

FELLOWS. 

John A. Lowell, LLD., George 
Putnam, D.D., George T. Bigelow, 
LL.D., Francis B. Crowninshieh), 
A.M.. Nathaniel Thayer, A M. ; Treas- 
urer, Nathaniel Silsbee, A.M. 

OVERSEERS. 

The President and Treasurer of 
the University, ex-officio, and the fol- 
lowing persons by election : — 

George W. C. ISIoble, A.M., William 
Gray, A.M., James Freeman Clarke, 
D.D., Darwin E. Ware, LL.B., Sam- 
uel Eliot, LL.D., Ralph Waldo Emer- 
son, LL.D., Seth Sweetser, D.D , 
Francis E. Parker, LL.B., Henry 
Lee, A.M., Jonathan I. Bowditch, 
A.M., Ebenezer R. Hoar, LL.D., 
John H. ClifFord, LL.D., President ; 
George Otis Shattuck, LL.B., Theo- 
dore Lyman, S.B.. Samuel A. Green, 
M.D., Edward Everett Hale, A. 
M., WiUiam A. Richardson, A.M., 
Waldo Higginson, A.M., Charles 
Francis Adams, LL.D., William G. 
Russell, LL.B., James Walker, D.D., 
LL.D., John C. Ropes, LL.B., Martin 
Brimmer, A.B., Henry W. Paine, 
LL.D., Phillips Brooks, A.M., Steph- 
en Salisbury, A.M., George S. Hil- 
lard, LL.D., Richard H. Dana, LL.D., 
James Lawrence, A.M., Thomas Hill, 
D.D., LL.D., Nathaniel B. Shurtleff, 
M.D., Secretary. 

COLLEGE FACULTY. 

Charles W. Eliot, LL.D., President ; 
Ephraim W. Gurney, A.B., Dean; 
Andrew P. Peabody, D.D., LL.D., 
Benjamin Peirce, LL.D., Francis 
Bowen, A.M., Joseph Lovering, A.M., 
Henry W. Torrey, A.M., Evangelinus 
A. Sophocles, LL.D., James R. Low- 
ell, A.M., Francis J. Child, Ph.D., 
George M. Lane, Ph.D., James Jen- 
nison, A.M., Josiah P. Cooke, A.M., 
Charles F. Dunbar, A.B., WiUiam W. 
Goodwin, Ph. D., Ferdinand Bocher, 
James M. Peirce, A.M., Ellis Peter- 
son, A.M., James B. Greenough, A.B., 
Henrv Adams, A.B., William Everett, 
A.M.,' Charles J. White, A.M., Clem- 
ent L. Smith, A.M., John R. Dennett, 
A.B.. John Trowbridge, S.B., Arthur 
I. Fiske, A.B., James J. Myers, A.B. 



Williams College, Williams- 
town. 
(Incorporated, 1793.) 

PRESIDENT, 

MARK HOPKINS, D.D. 

TREASURER AND SECRETARY, 

JOSEPH WHITE. 

TRUSTEES. 

Rev. ]\Iark Hopkins, D.D., LL.D., 
Hon. Henry Lyman Sabin, M.D., 
Charles Stoddard, Esq., Rev. John 
Todd, D.D., Hon. Joseph White, 
LL.D., Hon. Erastus Cornelius Ben- 
edict, LL.D., Hon. William Hyde, 
Rev. Nahum Gale, D.D., Hon. James 
Denison Colt, LL.D., Hon. John Zac- 
clieus Goodrich, Rev. Robert Russell 
Booth, D.D., Hon. WiUiam E. Dodge, 
Hon. Giles Bacon Kellogg, Hon. 
Thomas Nelson, Rev. Samuel Irenasus 
Prime, D.D., Hon. Francis Heushaw 
Dewey, Samuel Dennis Warren, Esq. 

FACULTY. 

Rev. Mark Hopkins, D.D., LL.D., 
President. Albert Hopkins, LL.D., 
Rev. John Tatlock, LL.D., Rev. John 
Bascom, A.M., Arthur L. Perry, A.M., 
Charles F. Gilson, A.M., Sanborn 
Tenny, A.M., Cyrus M. Todd, A.M., 
William R. Dimmock, A.j\l., Arthur 
W. Wright, Ph.D., Franklin Carter, 
A.M., Henry W. Smith, A.B., Rev.N. 
H. Griffin, D.D., Librarian. 

Amherst College, Amherst. 
(Incorporated, 1825.) 

PRESIDENT, 

Rev. WILLIAM A. STEARNS, 
D.D., LL.D., 
Ebenezer Alden,M.D., Hon. Samuel 
Williston, Henry Edwards, Esq., Hon. 
Jonathan C. Perkins, Hon. Alexander 
H. Bullock, LL.D., Rev. William P. 
Paine, D.D., Hon. Henry Morris, Rev. 
Edward S. Dwight, Hon. Alpheus 
Hardy, Nathan Allen, M.D., Hon. 
Edward B. Gillett, Rev. Lewis Sabin, 
D.D., Rev. Richard S. Storrs, jr., 
D.D., Samuel Bowles, Esq., Rev. 
Henry Ward Beecher, Rev. Edward 
S. Dwight, Rev. Roswell D. Hitch- 
cock, D.D., Secretarif. Hon. Edward 
Dickinson, LL.D., Treasurer. 

members of the FACULTY. 

Rev. William A. Stearns, D.D., 
LL.D., President. Ebenezer S. Snell, 
LL.D., Charles U. Shepard, M.D., 



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MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 



LL.D., Rev. WiUiam S. Tyler, D.D., 
Rev. Julius H. Seelye, Edward P. 
Crowell, A.M., Edward Tuckernian, 
LL.B., Edward Hitchcock, A.M., 
M.D., William L. Montague, A.M., 
Richard H. Mather, A.M., Rev. L. 
Clark Seelye, William C. Esty, A.M., 
Elijah P. Harris, Rev. Enoch F. Burr, 
D.i)„ Hon. Theodore W. Dwight, 
LL.D., Rev. John W. Churchill, A.M., 
Henry B. Richardson, A.M., John K. 
Richardson, A.M., Benj. K. Emerson, 
Ph.D., Robert M. Woods, A.M., Ed- 
ward P. Root, A.B. 

Tufts College, Medford. 

(Incorporated, 1852.) 

PRESIDENT, 

OLIVER DEAN, M.D. 
Charles Robinson, jr., Vice-Presi- 
dent. Rev. Lucius R. Paige, D.D., 
Secretary. Hon. Richard Frothing- 
ham, A.M., Treasurer. 

TRUSTEES. 

Rev. Alonzo A. Miner, D.D., Hon. 
Israel Washburn, jr.. Rev. Thomas J. 
Greenwood, Charles Tufts, Esq., 
Timothy Cotting, Esq., James O. 
Curtis, Esq., Thomas Crane, Esq., 
Rev. Thomas B. Thayer, D.D., Nath- 
aniel Adams, Esq., Hon. Timothy T. 
Sawyer, Newton Talbot, Esq., Henry 
B. Metcalf. 

FACULTY. 
Alonzo A. Miner, D.D., President. 
John P. Marshall, A.M., Jerome 
Schneider, Ph.D., Heman A. Dear- 
born, A.M., Benj. G. Brown, A.M., 
William R. Shipman, A.M., Secre- 
tary. Moses T. Brown, A.M., Charles 
E. Fay, A.B., Thomas H. Armstrong, 
A.B., Charles D. Bray, C.E. 

Massachusetts Agricultural 
College, Amherst. 

PRESIDENT, 

WILLIAM S. CLARK, Ph.D. 

TRUSTEES. 

Marshall P. Wilder, Charles G. 
Davis, Nathan Durfee, Henry Colt, 
Charles C. Sewall, Paoli Lathrop, 
Phineas Stedman, Allen W. Dodge, 
George Marston, William B. Wash- 
burn, Henry L. Whiting, D. Waldo 
Lincoln, Henry F. Hills, Daniel Need- 
ham. 

TRUSTEES EX-OFFICIIS. 
His E.Kcellency, William B. Wash- 
burn, Hon. Charles L. Flint, Secretary 
of the Board of Agriculture, Hon. 
Joseph W^hite, Secretary of the Board 
of Education. 



FACULTY. 

William S. Clark, Ph.D., Hon. 
Levi Stockbridge, Henry H. Goodell, 
A.M., Chas A. Goessmann, Ph.D., H. 
W. Parker, A.M., S. H. Peabody, 
A.M., W. C. Ware, B.S. 

New-England Pemale Medical 
College, Boston. 

TRUSTEES. 

Franklin Snow, Pres. Amariah 
Storrs, Treas. Samuel Gregory, 
M.D., Sec. John S. Tyler, John 
Batchelder, Jonas Fitch, Osborn 
Howes, Alden Speare, Curtis C. 
Nichols, John 01m stead, Henry, 
Hutchinson, Hezekiah S. Chase, 
Spencer W. Richardson, John South- 
er, Henry D. Hyde, Joshua Merrill. 

FACULTY. 

Franklin Snow, Pres. Stephen 
Tracy, M.D., Dean of the Faculty. 
Frances S. Cooke, M.D., Edward 
Aiken, M.D., Wm. H. Campbell, 
M.D,, Samuel M. Logan, M.D., 
Amelia F. Waters, M.D. Annual 
term begins 1st W^ednesday in No- 
vember. 

Smith College, Northampton, 
Mass. 

Incorporated 1871. Not yet in 
operation. 

TRUSTEES. 

Hon. Osmyn Baker, Northamp- 
ton ; Hon. Samuel P. Spaulding, 
Northampton ; Rev. John M. Greene, 
South Hadley ; Prof. Wm. S. Tyler, 
Amherst; Prof. Julius H. Seelye, 
Amherst ; Hon. Wm. B. Washburn, 
Greenfield ; Prof. Edwards A. Park, 
Andover ; Hon. Joseph White, Wil- 
liamstown ; Rev. B. G. Northrop, 
New Haven, Conn ; Hon. Edward B. 
Gillett, Westfield; Hon. Geo. W. 
Hubbard, Hatfield. 

Andover Theological Semi- 
nary, Andover. 

Incorporated 1808. 
Rev. John L. Taylor, President- 
Rev. Edward A. Park, D.D., Austin 
Phelps, D.D., Rev. Egbert Smyth, 
Rev. J. H. Thayer, Rev. Charlss 
M. Mead, Rev. J. Wesley Churchill, 
D.D., Professors. 

Boston Theological Seminary, 
36 Bromfleld St., Boston. 

Board of Instruction : Wm. F. War 
ren, Vice-President. David Patten. 
Senior Professor and Librarian. John 
W. Lindsay, James E. Latimer, Lu- 
ther T. Townsend, Professors. 



COLLEGES. 



99 



Newton Theological Institu- 
tion, Newton Centre. 
Incorporated 1826. 
President, Rev. Albert Hovey, D.D. 

Boston Dental College, No. 5 
Hamilton Place, Boston. 
Geo. B. Harri.uan, D.D.S., M.D.> 
Dean. J. A. FoUett, M.D., W. H- 
Atkinson, M.D., D. S. Dickinson? 
D.D.S., M.D., R. L. Robbins, D.D.S., 
W. F. Clark, S.B., J. P. Ordway, 
M.D. 

Boston College. 

Incorporated 1864. 

President, Robert Fulton. Faculty, 

Rev. A. Charlier, Messrs. Connolly, 

Murpliy, Shandelle, Bruten, O'Toole, 

and McLaughlin. 



College of the Holy- 
Worcester. 



Cross, 



Incorporated 1842, 
President, Rev. Antony F. Ciampi' 
Faculty, Rev. Albert J. Peters, Rev- 
B. O'ilielly, Rev. James Major, Rev- 
Ciiarles H. Fulmer, Mr. Whiteford, 
Stephen E. Folan, James McHugh, 
John Mullaskey, Daniel McGoldrick, 
P. Degnon, George P. Burt. 

Worcester Co. Free Institute 
of Industrial Science, Wor- 
cester. 
Incorporated 1865. 
Board of Trustees : Hon. Stephen 
Salisbury, President. Hon. D. Wal- 
do Lincoln, Secretary. David Wliit- 
comb, Esq., Treasurer. Rev. Seth 
Sweetser, D.D., Hon. George F. 
Hoar, Rev. H. K. Pervear, Charles 
H. Morgan, Esq., Philip L. Moen, 
Esq., Ri'v. Edward H. Hall, Hon. 
Lucius J. Knowles. On the part of 
the Board of Education, Hon. William 
W. Rice. Ex-officio, Mayor, Geo. F. 
Verry. 

FACULTY. 

Charles O. Thompson, A.M., Prin- 
cipal. Geo. I. Allien, B.S., George 
E. Gladwin, John E. Sinclair, A M., 
Mrs. M. S. Sinclair, Alonzo S. Kim- 
ball, A.M., Henry P. Armsby. Sup- 



erintendent of Machine Shop, Milton 
P. Higgins, B.S. (See page 783). 

Peabody Academy of Science, 
Salem. 

Incorporated 1868. 
Trustees, Asa Gray, Cambridge ; 
William C. Endicott, Salem ; G. 
Peabody Russell, Bristol, R.I. ; 0th- 
niel C. March, New Haven, Conn. ; 
Henry Wheatland, Salem; Abner 
C. Goodell, jr., Salem ; James R. 
Nichols, Haverhill ; Henry C. Per- 
kins, Newburyport ; S. Endicott Pea- 
body, Salem 

OFFICERS. 

President, W. C. Endicott. Vice- 
President, Henry Wlieatland. Sec- 
retary of the Trustees, A. C. Goodell, 
jjr, Treasurer, J. R. Nichols. Di- 
I rector of the Museum, F. W. Putnam. 
Secretary of the Council, A. S. Pack- 
i ard, jr. 

Essex Institute, Salem. 
Henry Wheatland, President. A. 
C. Goodell, jr., Vice-President of His- 
tory. William Sutton, Vice-President 
of Horticulture. George Peabody, 
Vice-President of Fine Arts. F. W. 
Putnam, Vice-President of Natural 
History. A. H. Johnson, Home Sec- 
retary. A. S. Packard, jr., Foreign 
Secretary. Henry Wheatland, Treas- 
urer. Wm. P. Upham, Librarian, and 
curators in each department, which, 
with the above officers, Ibrm the 
Board of Directors for the manage- 
ment of the Institute. 

Massachusetts Institute of 

Technology, Boston. 

Incorporated 1861. 

FACULTY. 

John D. Runkle, LL.D., President. 
William W^atson, Ph.D., John B. 
Henck, A.M., William R. Ware, S.B., 
William P. Atkinson, A.M., George 
A. Osborne, S.B.. Alfred P. Rock- 
well, A.M., Edward C. Pickering, 
S.B., Samuel Kneeland, A.M., M.D., 
John M. Ordway, A.M., James M. 
Crafts, S.B., Robert H. Richards, T. 
Sterry Hunt, LL.D., Wm. R. Nich- 
ols, Charles R. Cross. 



Boston Almanac k Business Directory 

FOR 1872. 

Price Fifty Cents. 

Published by SAMPSON, DAVENPORT, & CO., 

47 Congress Street, Boston* 



100 MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 



ACADEMIKS. 



Abbott Female, Andover. Inc. 1828. Principal, Miss Philena McKeaii. 

Auburndale Select Boys' School, Auburndale. Principal, Rev. Charles W. 
Gushing, A. M. 

Bird Seminaiy, South Boston. Principal, Miss M. L. Sheffield. 

Boston Conservatory of Music, 154 Tremont St., Boston. Director, Julius 
Eichberg. 

Boston Music School, 22 Eliot, Boston. B. F. Baker. 

Bradford Academy, Bradford. Incorporated 1804. Principal, Abby II. 
Johnson. 

Bridgewater, Bridgewater. Incorporated 1799. Principal, C. C. Woodman. 

Bristol, Taunton. Incorporated 1796. Principal, J. Russell Reed. 

Bryant & Stratton Business College, 366 Washington, Boston. Principal, 
H. E. Hibbard. 

CARTER'S COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, Pittsfield. Incorporated 1861. 
Principal, Emerson F. Carter, A. M. (see page 770.) 

Chicopee High School, Chicopee. Principal, Truman H. Kimpton. 

Clarke Institution for Deaf Mutes, Northampton. Incorporated 1867. Prin- 
cipal, Miss Harriet B. Rogers. 

Comer's Commercial College, Boston. Piincipal, George N. Comer. 

Cotting High School. Arlington. Principal, Marshman W. Hazen. 

DEAN ACADEMY, Franklin. Incorporated 1865. Principal, Ciiarles A. 
Daniels, A.M. 

Deerfield Aca<]emy, Deerfield. Incor. 1797. Principal. Virgil M. Howard. 

Derby, Hingham. Incorporated 1797. Principal, F. J. Marsh. 

Dk. HERO'S SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES, Westborongh, Princi- 
pal, J. H. Hero. 

Dukes County Academy, West Tlsbury. Principal, Moses Mitchell. 

Dummer Academy, Byfield, Newbury. Principal, Levi W. Stanton. 

Edwards Place School, Stockbridge. Piincipal, Jared Reid, jr. 

Friends' Academy, New Bedford. Principal, John Tetlow. 

Graylock Institute, S. Williamstown. Principal, B. F. Mills. 

GROVE HILL SEMINARY, Vineyard Haven. Principal, H B. Marshall. 

Hanover Academy, Hanover. Incorporated 1828. Prin., J. W. McDonald. 

Highland Institute, Petersham. Principal, Rev. J. Shepardson. 

Highland Military Academy, Worcester. Supt., Caleb B. Metcalf. Piinci- 
pal, J. A. Shaw. 

Hitchcock Free School, Brimfield. Principal, E. W. Norwood. 

Holmes' Commercial College, Fall R'ver. Principal, F. A. Holmes. 

Hopkins', Had ley. Principal, George H. White. 

Houghton High School, Bolton. Incorporated 1849. Principal, Theodore 
C. Gleason. 

Howe S(;hool, Billerica. Principal, Samuel Tucker 

Ipswich Female Seminary, Ipswich. Principal, Mrs. J. P. Cowles. 

Lancaster, Lancaster. Incorporated 1847. Principal, Wni. A. Kilbourn. 

Lasell Female Seminary, Auburndale. Inc. 1851. Prin., Rev. Chas. W. 
Gushing, A.M. 

Lawrence, Falmouth. Incorporated 1835. Principal, Lucian Hunt, A.M. 

Leicester Academy. Incorporated 1784. Principal, C. A. Wetinore. 

Maplewood Institute for Young Ladies, Pittsfield. Founded 1841. Princi- 
pal, Rev. C. V. Spear. 

Mendelssohn Musical Institute, 5 Columbus square, Boston. Principal, 
Edward B. Oliver. 

Monson, Monson. Incorporated 1804. Principal, Rev. Charles Hammond. 

Mount Holyoke Female Seminary, South Hidley. Incorporated 1836. 
Principal, Helen M. French. 

Mount Pleasant Institute for Boys, Amherst. Principal, H. C. Nash. 

New England Conservatory of Music, Music Hall, Boston. Director, E. 
Tourjee. 

New Salem, New Salem. Incorporated 1795. Principal, Lorenzo White. 

Nichols, Dudley. Incorporated 1819. Principal, Leonard Morse. 



ACADEMIES. 101 

Norwood Ladies' Institute, Springfield. Com. 1869. Principal, Charles H. 

Chandler. 

Oakland Hall, Nredham. Principal, J. B. Clark. 

OREAD COLLEGIATE LXSTITUTE, for Young Ladies, Worcester. 
Principal, Prof. Harris R. Greene, A.M. 

OREAD GRAMMAR SCHOOL for Boys and Girls, Worcester. Princi- 
pal, Prof. Harris R. Greene, A.M. 

Partridge, Duxbnry. Incorporated 1021). Principal, Edmund W. Wright. 

Peirce Academy, Middleboro'. Incorpurated 1808. 

Pepperell Academy, Peppeieli. Principal, Rev. J. E. B. Jewett. 

Piiillips Academv, Andover. Incorpurated 1 780. Principal, Frederick W. 
Tilton.' 

Powers Institute, Beraanlston. Incorporated 1857. Principal, S. C. Smith. 

Pratt Free School, North Middleborougli. Piincipal, Earl Ingalls. 

Prospect Hill School, Greenfield. Principal, Miss Louisa R. Wright. 

Roxbury Latin S.bool, Kearsarge ave., Boston Higlilands. Foauded 1G45. 
Principal, William C. Collar. 

Sanderson Academy, Aslitield. Principal, W. W. Mitchell. 

Sandwich Hi;^h School, Smdwicii. Principal, L. H. Marvel. 

Sedgwick Institute, Great B.irriiigton. Prmcipal, Rev. I. Bird. 

Shelburne Falls Academy, Shclburne Falls. Trustee, C. Puller. 

Sheldon Academy, Southampton. Princi[)al, Mrs. Ophelia Clapp. 

Smith Academy, Hatfield. 

South Berkshire Institute, New Marlboro'. Incorporated 1856. Pi'incipul, 
M. M. Tracey. 

South wick Academy, South wick. Principal, C. E. Parkinson. 

St. Mark's School, Southboro'. Principal, Robert Lowell. 

STOUGHTONHAM INSTITUTE, Sharon. Principal, Sanford Waters 
Billings. 

Vin'e Cottage Seminary, Sudbury. Principal, Miss L. M. Battershall. 

Waltham New Church School, Waltham. Principal, Benjamin Worcester. 

Warren Academy, Woburn. Incorporated 1830. Principal, William A.Stone 

Watatic Academy, Ashby. 

Wesleyan Academy, Wilbraham. Com. 1824. Prin., Edward Cooke. 

Westtord Academv. Westfonl. Incorporated 1793. Prin., C. O. Whitman. 

WEST NEWTON ENGLISH AND CLASSICAL SCHOOL. West. 
Newton. Incorporated 1854. Pi'incipal, Nathaniel T. Allen. 

Wheaton Female Seminary, Norton. Principal, Mrs. C. C. Metcalf. 

Williams Academy, Stockbriilge. Incor. 1828. Principal, Benj. B. Hills. 

Williston Seminary, East Hampton. Incorporated 1841. Principal, Mar- 
shall Hcnshaw, LL.D. 

WILLOW PARK SEMINARY (Dr. Hero's School for Young Ladies) 
is at W^estboro', Mass. — A thorough course laid out for those wish- 
ing to graduate. Physical Culture a leading feature. Address 
for circular, Dr. J. H. Hero, Westboro', Mass. 

Worcester Academy, Worcester. Inc. 1834. Principal, David Weston. 



25TH MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEERS. 

ATTENTION, BATTALION! 



A History of Company K 



Has recen ly been published, comprising an account of all the engagements in which the 
old Twenly-Filth participated during its three years ot service, a record showing the names 
and location of the various encampments, &c., embodied in an Addrens delivered by Capt. 
J. AValdo Denny, at the second annual re union of K Association, at Worcester; together 
with a Company Roster, giving the names ot all who were at any time connected with the 
organization, a list of the Icilled and wounded, &c. 

Price, Pifty Cents. Sent, postpaid, on application to 

WILLIAM E. MURDOCK, 
Ao. 47 Congress Street, Boston, Mass, 



102 



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COMMISSIONERS, ETC, 



Harbor Commissioners. 

Fred. W. Lincoln, jr., Boston ; 
Joshua N. Marshall, Zowe// ; Darwin 
E. Ware, Marblehead; William T. 
Grammer, W oh urn. 

Pilot Commissioners. 

Elias E. Davison, Boston; Jacob 
G. Pierce, Milton. Office in Boston, 
39 Lewis Wharf. 
Commissioaers on Hours of Ijabor. 

Hetiry I. Bowditch, Boston ; Frank- 
lin B. Sanborn, Concord; Wm. P. 
Tilden, Boston; Elizur Wright, Bos- 
ton; Geo. H. Snelling, Boston; Edwd. 
H. Rogers, Chelsea ; William Hyde, 
Ware; Amasa Walker,i\r. Brookfield. 
Commissioners on Inland Fisheries. 

Tlieodore hyma.n, Brookline ; Thos. 
Talbot, Billerica ; Edward A. Brack- 
ett, Winchester. 

Commissioners Obstruction to Pas- 
sage of Fish in Conn, and Merr. 
Kivers. 

Theodore Lyman, Brookline; Al- 
fred A. Reed, Boston. 
Superintendents of Alien Passengers. 

James V. Cox, of Fairhaven, for 
New Bedford, Fairhaven, Dartmouth, 
Westport, Mattapoisett, Marion, and 
Wareham ; Ephraim Burr, Salem; 



John Gilley, Marblehead ; Parker 
Borden, Fall River ; Samuel Haskell, 
Gloucester. 

Guardians of Indians. 
Charles Brigham, jr., Grafton ; 
Benj. F. Winslow, Fall River ; John 
W. Bacon, Natick ; Charles Endicott, 
Canton; E. Stowell Whittemore, 
Sandwich; Barnard C. Marchant. 
Edgartown ; Erastus Alton, Webster, 

Commissioners Public Ijands. 
Franklin Haven, Boston ; Edward 

C. Purdy, Somerville; Samuel D. 
Warren, Boston. Office, State House. 

Insurance Commissioner. 
Julius L. Clarke, West Newton. 
Office in Boston, at State House. 

Agent of Province Lands. 
Joseph P. Johnson, Provincetown. 
Commissioner of Savings Banks. 
Frederick M. Stone, of Waltham. 
Office in Boston, at State House. 

Liquor Commissioner. 
Josiah A. Broadhead, Boston. 
Bailroad Commissioners. 
James C. Converse, Southboro' ; A. 

D. Briggs, Springfield; Chas. F. 
Adams, jr., Boston. 



COMMISSIONERS, 



Resident in Massachusetts, appointed by other States to take testimony to be 
used, and Acknowledgments of Deeds to be recorded, in said States. 

Commissioners resident in Boston, on page 151. 



ALABAMA. 

Lawrence, John K. Tarbox ; Stock- 
bridge, Jonathan E. Field ; Westfield, 
N. T. Leonard ; Worcester, J. Henry 
Hill. 

CALIFORNIA. 

Ameshury, Wm. C. Binney ; Lowell, 
Charles A. F. Swan ; New Bedford^ 
James M. Bunker ; Worcester, J. 
Henry Hill. 

CONNFCTICUT. 

Lowell, Edwin A. Alger, R. B. 
Caverly, Jonathan Ladd ; New Bed- 
ford, E. L. Barney ; Springfield, S. 
R. Phillips ; Worcester, J. Henry 
Hill. 

DELAWARE. 

Westfield, N. T. Leonard ; Worces- 
ter, J. Henry Hill. 



FLORIDA. 

Westfield, N. T. Leonard ; Worces- 
ter, J. Henry Hill. 

GEORGIA. 

Westfield, N. T. Leonard. 

ILLINOIS. 

Lowell, R. B. Caverly, Jonathan 
Ladd ; Pittsfield, W. R. Piunkett ; 
Salem, R. S. Rantoul, S. P. Webb ; 
Worcester, J. Henry Hill. 

IOWA. 

Lowell, Robert B. Caverly, Jona- 
than Ladd ; Pittsfield, Wm. R"^ Piunk- 
ett; Salem, J. B. F. Osgood, Robert 
S. Rantoul, S. P. Webb; Westfield, 
N. T. Leonard ; Worcester, J. Henry 
Hill. 

KANSAS. 

Lowell, R. B. Caverly. 
Worcester, J. Henry Hill. 



COMMISSIONERS. 



103 



LOUISIANA. 

Salem, David Roberts ; WextfieM, 
N. T. Leonard ; Worcester, J. Henrv 
Hill. 

MAINE. 

Abington, F. P. Howland ; Cam- 
bridge, Win. A. Richardson ; Charles- 
town, A. B. Shedd ; Lowell, Robert 
B. Caverly, Samuel Lawrence, Chas. 
A. F. Swan ; Neio Bedford, E. L. 
Barney; Newburyport, Edmund 
Smith ; North Bridgetoater, Jonas R. 
Perkins ; Salem, J. W. Perry, David 
Roberts, S. P. Webb; Sprinr/Jield, 
James H. Morton; Westfield, iST. T. 
Leonard ; Worcester, J. Henry Hill. 

MARYLAND. 

New Bedford, E. L. Barney ; Wor~ 
cester, J. Henry Hill. 

MICHIGAN. 

Cambridge, Wm. A. Richardson ; 
Lowell, R. B. Caverly, Jonathan 
Ladd ; New Bedford, Thos. J. Cobb, 
Wendell H. Cobb, Wm. W. Crapo, 
Oliver Prescott; Plttsfeld, Wm. R. 
Plunkett ; Salem, Wm. C. Endicott ; 
Stowe, Edwin Whitney ; Westfield, 
N. T. Leonard ; Worcester, J. Henry 
Hill. 

MINNESOTA. 

Cambridge, Wm. A. Richardson ; 
Lowell, Jonathan Ladd; Worcester, 
J. Henry Hill. 

MISSOURI. 

Lowell, R. B. Caverly ; Worcester, 
J. Henry Hill. 

NEVADA. 

Lowell, Chas. A. F. Swan ; North- 
ampton, A. P. Peck. 

NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

Aniesbury, Wm. C. Binney, G. W. 
Gate, George Turner ; Laicrence, H. 
C. Bacon ; Lowell, Wm. H. Ander- 
son, R. B. Caverly, John Davis, 
Charles A. F. Swan, Wm. P. Web- 
ster ; Ne/o Bedford, E. L. Barney ; 
Newharyport, Edmund Smith ; Salem, 
R. S. Rnntoul, S. P. Webb ; Worces- 
ter, J. H. Hill. 



NEW YORK. 

Amherst, W. A. Dickinson ; Great 
Barr'mgton, Billings Palmer ; Green- 
field, Almon Brainard; Lowell, Edwin 
A. Alger, Robert B. Caverly, Charles 
A. F. Swan ; Lynn, Wm. Howland ; 
New Bedford, James M. Bunker, W. 
H. Cobb, Thomas M. Stetson ; North- 
ampton, A. P. Peck; North Adams. 
Wm. P. Porter; Pittsfield, Wm. R. 
Plunkett ; Salem, R. S. Rantoul, S. P- 
Webb; Springfield, S. R. Phillips, 
Wm. S. ShurtlefF, Augustus I^. Soule ; 
Westfield, N. T. Leonard ; Worcester, 
J. Henry Hill. 

OHIO. 

Lowell, R. B. Caverly, Jonathan 
Ladd ; Salem, R. S. Rantoul ; Wor- 
cester, J. H. Hill. 

OREGON. 

Springfield, S. R. Phillips ; Wor- 
cester, J. Henry Hill. 

PENNSYLVANIA. 

Lowell, R. B. Caverly ; New Bed- 
ford, Alanson Borden; Salem, R. S, 
Rantoul, S. P. Webb ; Westfield, N. 
T.Leonard; Worcester, J. Henry Hill. 

RHODE ISLAND. 

Amesbiiry, William C. Binney ; 
Lowell, Charles A. F. Swan; New 
Bedford, E. L. Barney, R. C. Pit- 
man ; Sale7n, David Roberts ; Spring- 
field, James H. Morton ; Westfield, N. 
T. Leonard; Worcester, J. Henry 
Hill. 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 

Springfield, James H. Morton, Wm. 
S. Shurtleff; Westfield, N. T. Leon- 
ard ; Worcester, J. Henry Hill. 

TENNESSEE. 

Westfield, N. T. Leonard ; Wor^ces- 
ter, J. Henry Hill. 

TEXAS. 

Westfield, N. T. Leonard. 

VERMONT. 

Lowell, Alpheus R. Brown, Jonathan 
Ladd, Charles A. F. Swan, William 
P. Webster, Thomas M. Stetson ; 
Worcester, J. Henry Hill. 
WISCONSIN. 



NEW JERSEY. 

Newburyport, John N. Pike ; West- 
field, N. T. Leonard; Worcester, J. 
Henry Hill. 



Greenfield, Almon Brainard ; Lowell, 
R. B. Caverly, Jonathan Ladd; Lynn, 
Wm. Howland; Westfield, N. _ T. 
Leonard ; Worcester, J. Henry Hill. 



COMMISSIONERS UNITED STATES COURT OP CLAIMS. 



Boston, D. S. Gilchrist ; New Bedford, Thomas M. Stetson ; Salem, Joseph 
B. F. Osgood ; Worcester, J. Henry Hill. 



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COMMISSIONERS, 



Resident in other States, who have been appointed by the Governor of Massachusetts to 
take testimony aud depositions to be read iii the Courts of Massachusetts ; also to 
administer oaths, and to take the Acknowledgment of Deeds, Powers of Attorney, 
and all instruments under seal, to be recorded in said Commonwealth. 

[N^OTH — The term for which these Commissioners hold their office is restricted to three 
years.] 



CALIFORNIA. 

Oakland City, William Hoskins 

Sacramento, Edward Cadwalader 
" Samuel Cross 

San Francisco, John S. Bugbee 

" Parker Crittenden 

" J. Douglass Saunders 

" Frank V. Scudder 

N. PROCTOR SMITH 
" Edward Gray Stetson 

" Eniile V. Sutter 

" Fred. J. Thibault 

" George N. Williams 

San Jose, Jas. R. Lowe, jr. 

CONNECTICUT. 

Bridgeport, George W. Warner 
Hartford, Charles E. Fellowes 

" Edward Goodman 

" Wm. Hamersley 

" Wm. Edgar Siinonds 

Norwich, Ebenezer Learned 

" John T. Wait 

DELAWARE. 

Wilmington, George H. Bates 

" Samuel M. Harrington 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 

Washington, Edmund F. Brown 
" James N. Callan 

" Nicholas Callan 

" Geo. F. McLellan 

J S EPH T. K. PLANT, 
E St. cor. Eighth 
" A. N. Zevely 

FLORIDA. 

Jacksonville, Edward IM. Cheney 
" Wm. P. Doekray 

" Oscar Hart 

GEORGIA. 

Atlanta, Benjamin R. Freeman 
Augusta, Joseph P. Carr 

Frank H. Miller 
5am«/ifl/i,J0HNW.BURR0UGHS, 
99 Bay • 
" Edward C. Richardson 

ILLINOIS. 

Chicago, Daniel L. Boone 
" D. Harry Hamm'^r 

PHILIP A. HOYNE 
" Simeon W. King 

INDIANA. 

Indianapolis, Luther R. Martin 

KENTUCKY. 

Louisville, STEPHEN St.D. STONE, 
6 Court place 

LOUISIANA. 

New Orleans, Henry Ballard 
" P. Chas. Cuvillier 

« John G. Eustis i 



Neio Orleans, James Graham 
" Andrew Hero 

" AUred Jngraham 

" E. Sumner Mansfield 

MAINE. 

Bangor, John E. Godfrey 
Bath, John H. Kimball 
Portland, Jas. O'Donnell 

MARYLAND. 

Baltimore, Joseph T. Atkinson 
" Hermon L. Emmons, jr. 

" W. W. Latimer 

William B. Hill 

MICHIGAN. 

Detroit, William J. Waterman 

MINNESOTA. 

Minneapolis, Cyrus Aldrich 

MISSISSIPPI. 

Jackson, Hinds Co., G. A. Smythe 

MISSOURI. 

St. Louis, EDMUND T. ALLEN, 
419 Olive 
" Austin Drake 

" Charles D. Greene, jr. 

" Rudolph Mackwitz 

" Josiph L. Papin 

NEVADA. 

Austin, Alfred E. Shannon 

NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

Concord, Asa Fowler 
Dover, Charles W. Woodman 
Exeter, CHARLES G. CONNOR 
Keene, Francis A. Faulkner 
Portsmouth, Wiiham H. Hackett 

NEW JERSEY. 

Camden, James M. Cassady 
Elizabeth, SamutI D. Haines 

" Samuel S. Moore 

Jersey City, George W. Cassedy 
Morristown, Augustus W. Cutler 
Newark, James F. Bond 

" STAATS S. MORRIS 
Vineland, Edwin M. Turner 

NEW YOEK. 

Albany, Worthington Frothingham 

" Edwaid Wade 
Buffalo, James S. Gibbs 
Brooklyn, Gordon L. Ford 
'' Wm. Edwin Osborn 

" Benjamin E. Valentine 

Hudson, Stephen L. Magoun 

" Peter M. Jordan 
Lockport, John Hodge 
Newburgh, Darwin W. Esmond 
New York, Frederick R. Anderson 
" John S. Anderson 

HORACE ANDREWS, 
55 Liberty 



COMMISSIONERS. 



105 



New York, Frank H. Angier 

" Harvey Baker 

" James M. Ball 

" Henry C. Banks 

" Edmund B. Barnura 

" William H. Barker 

" Marcus P. Bestow 

" John Bissell 

" Georjie W. Colics 

" John H Comer 

EDWIN F. COREY, 54 
Wall 

" Theodore F. C. Demarest 

" Frederic N. Dodge 

" Jat^ob DuBois 

" James H. Fay 

« AVM. FURNiSS, 35 Wall 

" Peter I. Gage 

" Nath. Gill 

•' William L. Gardner 

" Samuel B. Goodale 

" James W. Hale 

" David P. Hall, jr. 

" Charles H. Hatch 

" Dexter A. Hawkins 

" Charles H. Hildretli 

«' John A. Hillery 

" Isaac Howland 

" Dana L. Plubbard 

" Theodore Hinsdale 

" Henry Chas. Howells 

" George B. Jaques 

" Judson Jarvis 

" Alexander B. Johnson 

" Frederick I. King 

" Arthur W. Knapp 

" Sylvester Lay 

" Sigismond Lasar 

" WiUiam F. Lett 

" Moses B. Maclay 

" Rufus K. McHarg 

" Montgomery M.Livingston 

" MARVIN J. Ml^K- 

CHANT, 7 Warren 

" George B. Morris, jr. 
" Charles Nettleton 

" Alexander II. Nones 

" Joseph B. Nones 

•' Alexander Ostrander 
" Charles H. Plielps 

" Michael Phillips 

" Nath'l A. Prentiss 

" William L. Raymond 

BUSHROD F. RICE, 
115 Broadway 

" William Russell 
" William H. Russell 

" Thomas Sadler 

" Henry D. Sedgwick 

" James M. Slevin 

" Isaac S. Smith 

" Frederick B. Swift 
" THOMAS L. THORN- 

ELL, 120 Broadway 
8 



New Yorlc, Robert B. Valentine 
" John Whipple 
" Franklin A. Wilcox 
" Walter B. Wines 

Troy, Charles L. Alden 

OHIO. 

Cincinnatti, Samuel S. Carpenter 
Alex. H. M'Guffey 

" Hiram D. Peck 

" Reuben Tyler 
Cleveland, Allan T. Brinsmade 

" James Wade, jr. 
Toledo, Wm. H. Gorrill 

PENNSYLVANIA. 

Easton, Elisha Allis 

Lock Haven, Paul S. Merrill 

Philadelphia, Arthur M. Burton 

" J. Edward Carpenter 

" Charles Chauncy 

" J. PAUL DIVER, 114 

South Third St. 
" Joseph Prankish 

" John Hancock 

" John S. Henkels 

" Samuel B. Huey 

" F. Herbert Janvier 

" Charles E. Moms 

" S. Henry Norris 

" Sam'l W. Peiinypacker 

" Edward L. Perkins 

" Henry Phillips, jr. 

" Theodore D. Rand 

" Alexander Ramsey 

" Edward Shippen 

" Joshua Spering 

" James St irr 

" Samuel L. Taylor 

" Kinley J. Tener 

Pittsburg, William F. Robb 

Titusviile, Frederick Bates 

RHODE ISLAND. 

Newport, Francis Brinley 
Providence, Henry Martin 
" Charles Selden 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 

Aiken, Frederick A. Ford 
Beaufort, REUBEN G. HOLMES 
Charleston, AUGUSTUS E. COHEN 
" Virginius J. Tobias 

TENNESSEE. 

Knoxville, Charles Seymour 
Memphis, R. Dudley Frayser 

TEXAS. 

Galveston, Robert S. Johnson 
Houston, Emile Simmler 

UTAH TERRITORY. 

Salt Lake City, William P. Appleby 
" Alfred S. Gould 

VIRGINIA. 

Richmond, Charles S. Bundy 

" Edmund T. Winst on 

WISCONSIN. 

Milwaukee, Francis Bloodgood 



106 MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTOEY. 



TOWNS IN MASSACHUSETTS, 

WITH THEIR 

DISTANCES FROM BOSTON, 

And from their Shire Town. 



The distances from other important points are also given in some 

cases. The figures denote the number of miles by the 

shortest railroad route, unless otherwise stated. 



Abington, Plymouth Co., from Boston 19 miles, from Plymouth 

16 miles 
Acton, Middlesex Co., Boston 26, Lowell 12 
Acushnet, Bristol Co., Boston 62, Taunton 19 
Adams, Berkshire Co., Boston 120, Pittsfield 17 
Agawam, Hampden Co., Boston 100, Springfield 3 
Alford, Berkshire Co., Boston 190, Pittsfield 19 
Amesbury, Essex Co., Boston 40, Newbury port 6 
Amherst, Hampshire Co., Boston 103, Northampton (by high- 
way) 8 
Andover, Essex Co., Boston 23, Lawrence 3, Newburyport 27 
Arlington, Middlesex Co., Boston 6, Cambridge 2, Lowell 31 
Ashburnham, Worcester Co., Boston 61, Worcester 30 
Ashby, Middlesex Co., Boston 51, Lowell 33 
Ashfield, Franklin Co., Boston 118, Greenfield (by highway) 12 
Ashland, Middlesex Co., Boston 24, Lowell (by highway) 30 
Athol, Worcester Co., Boston 83, Worcester 59 
Attleboro', Bristol Co., Boston 31, Taunton 12 
Auburn, Worcester Co., Boston 49, Worcester 5 
Ayer, Middlesex Co., Boston 35, Lowell 17 
Barnstable, Barnstable Co., Boston 73 
Barre, Worcester Co., Boston (by highway) 65, Worcester (by 

highway) 20 
Becket, Berkshire Co., Boston 135, Pittsfield 16 
Bedford, Middlesex Co., Boston (by highway) 14, Lowell (by 

highway) 12 
Belchertown, Hampshire Co., Boston 94, Northampton (by 

highway) 16 
Bellingham, Norfolk Co., Boston 31, Dedham 19 
Belmont, Middlesex Co., Boston 6, Cambridge 3^, Lowell 32 
Berkley, Bristol Co., Boston 37, Taunton 3, New Bedford 15 
Berlin, Worcester Co., Boston 41, Worcester 21 (by highway 12) 
Bernardston, Franklin Co., Boston 113, Greenfield 7 
Beverly, Essex Co., Boston 18, Salem 2, Newburyport 18 
Billerica, Middlesex Co., Boston 19, Lowell 7 
Blackstone, Worcester Co., Boston 34, Worcester 25 
Blandford, Hampden Co., Boston 119, Springfield 21 



DISTANCES FROM BOSTON, 107 

Bolton, Worcester Co., from Boston 43 miles, from Worcester 

15 miles 
Boxboro', Middlesex Co., Boston 27, Lowell 25 (by highway 13) 
Boxford, Essex Co., Boston 28, Newburyport 12, Salem 18 
Boylston, Worcester Co., Boston 40, Worcester (by highway) 7 
Bradford, Essex Co., Boston 32, Salem 18, Newburyport 14, Law- 
rence 6 
Braintree, Norfolk Co., Boston 10, Dedham 19 (by highway 10) 
Brewster, Barnstable Co., Boston 89, Barnstable 16 
Bridgewater, Plymouth Co., Boston 27, Plymouth 24 
Brighton, Middlesex Co., Boston 5, Lowell 31 
Brimfield, Hampden Co., Boston 79, Springfield 19 
Brookfield, Worcester Co., Boston 67, Worcester 23 
Brookline, Norfolk Co., Boston 4, Dedham 14 
Buckland, Franklin Co., Boston 116, Greenfield 10 
Burlington, Middlesex Co., Boston 13, Lowell 15 
Cambridge, Middlesex Co., Boston 3, Lowell 29 
Canton, Norfolk Co., Boston 14, Dedham 6 
Carlisle, Middlesex Co., Boston 18, Lowell 9 
Carver, Plymouth Co., Boston 42, Plymouth 8 
Charlemont, Franklin ,Co., Boston 119, Greenfield 13 
Charlestown, Middlesex Co., Boston 1, Lowell 27 
Charlton, Worcester Co., Boston 57, Worcester 13 
Chatham, Barnstable Co., Boston 90, Barnstable 17 
Chelmsford, Middlesex Co., Boston 29, Lowell 3 
Chelsea, Suifolk Co., Boston 4 
Cheshire, Berkshire Co., Boston 136, Pittsfield 9 
Chester, Hampden Co., Boston 126, Springfield 28 
Chesterfield, Hampshire Co., Boston 140, Northampton 15 
Chicopee, Hampden Co., Boston 101, Springfield 3 
Chilmark, Dukes Co., Boston 85, Edgartown 12 
Clarksburg, Berkshire Co., Boston 141, Pittsfield 23 
Clinton, Worcester Co., Boston 45, Worcester 17 
Cohasset, Norfolk Co., Boston 21, Dedham 20 
Coleraine, Franklin Co., Boston 114, Greenfield (by highway) 9 
Concord, Middlesex Co., Boston 20, Lowell 14 
Conway, Franklin Co., Boston 114, Greenfield (by highway) 8 
Cummington, Hampshire Co., Boston 131, Northampton (by 

highway) 16 
Dalton, Berkshire Co., Boston 146, Pittsfield 5 
Dana, Worcester Co., Boston 69, Worcester (by highway) 25 
Danvers, Essex Co., Boston 21, Salem 5 

Dartmouth, Bristol Co., Boston 60, New Bedford (by highway) 6 
Dedham, Norfolk Co., Boston 11 
Deerfield, Franklin Co., Boston 123, Greenfield 13 
Dennis, Barnstable Co., Boston 84, Barnstable 11 
Dighton, Bristol Co., Boston 41, Taunton 4, New Bedford 20 
Douglas, Worcester Co., Boston 48, Worcester 26 
Dover, Norfolk Co., Boston 16, Dedham 6 
Dracut, Middlesex Co., Boston 29, Lowell 3 
Dudley, Worcester Co., Boston 60, Worcester 16 
Dunstable, Middlesex Co., Boston 35, Lowell 10 
Duxbury, Plymouth Co., Boston 37, Plymouth 8 
East Bridgewater, Plymouth Co., Boston 25, Plymouth 19 
Eastham, Barnstable Co., Boston 97| (by highway 66), Barn- 
Btable 24 



108 MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 

Easthampton, Hampshire Co., from Boston 119 miles, from North- 
ampton 5 miles 
Easton, Bristol Co., Boston 24|, Taunton 10 
Edgartown, Dukes Co., Boston 85 

Egremont, Berkshire Co., Boston 176 (bj highway 140), Pitts- 
field 25 
Enfield, Hampshire Co., Boston 99, Northampton 16 
Erving, Franklin Co., Boston 92, Greenfield 14 
Essex, Essex Co., Boston 27, Salem 11, Newburyport 13 
Everett, Middlesex Co., Boston 3, Lowell 29 
Fairhaven, Bristol Co., Boston 60, Taunton 17, New Bedford 1 
Fall River, Bristol Co., Boston 48, Taunton 15, New Bedford 14 
Falmouth, Barnstable Co., Boston 65, Barnstable (by highw) 22 
Fitchburg, Worcester Co., Boston 50, Worcester 26 
Florida, Berkshire Co., Boston 132, Pittsfield 25 
Foxboro', Norfolk Co., Boston 22, Dedham 10 
Framingham, Middlesex Co., Boston 21, Worcester 23, Lowell 25 
Franklin, Norfolk Co., Boston 27, Dedham 17 
Freetown, Bristol Co., Boston 45, New Bedford 9 
Gardner, Worcester Co., Boston 70, Worcester 26 
Gay Head, Dukes Co., Boston 75, Edgartown 16 
Georgetown, Essex Co., Boston 31, Newburyport 9 
Gill, Franklin Co., Boston 106, Greenfield (by highway) 5 
Gloucester, Essex Co., Boston 32, Salem 16 
Goshen, Hampshire Co , Boston 122, Northampton 12 
Gosnold, Dukes Co., Boston 70, Edgartown 13 
Grafton, Worcester Co., Boston 38, Worcester 6 
Granby, Hampshire Co., Boston (by highway) 85, Northampton 

( by highway ) 9 
Granville, Hampden Co., Boston 117, Springfield (by highw.) 14 
Great Barrington, Berkshire Co., Boston 174, Pittsfield 23 
Greenfield, Franklin Co., Boston 106 

Greenwich, Hampshire Co., Boston (by highway) 73, Northamp- 
ton (by highway) 20 
Groton, Middlesex Co., Boston 38, Lowell 20 
Groveland, Essex Co., Boston 34, Salem 20, Newburyport 12 
Hadley, Hampshire Co., Boston 109, Northampton 3 
Halifax, Plymouth Co., Boston 28, Plymouth 9 
Hamilton, Essex Co., Boston 24, Newburyport 12 
Hancock, Berkshire Co., Boston 158, Pittsfield (by highway) 7 
Hanover, Plymouth Co., Boston 26, Plymouth 26 
Hanson, Plymouth Co., Boston 25, Plymouth 13 
Hardwick, Worcester Co., Boston 75, Worcester (by highw.) 22 
Harvard, Worcester Co., Boston 38, Worcester 25 
Harwich, Barnstable Co., Boston 85, Barnstable 12 
Hatfield, Hampshire Co., Boston 120, Northampton 4 
Haverhill, Essex Co., Boston 33, Salem 31, Newburyport 12 
Hawley, Franklin Co., Boston 120, Greenfield (by highway) 14 
Heath, Franklin Co., Boston 119, Greenfield (by highway) 13 
Hingham, Plymouth Co., Boston 17, (by water 12), Plymouth 

(by highway) 26 
Hinsdale, Berkshire Co., Boston 143, Pittsfield 8 
Holden, Worcester Co., Boston 52, Worcester 8 
Holland, Hampden Co., Boston 70, Springfield (by highway) 23 
HoUiston, Middlesex Co., Boston 26, Lowell 35 
Holyoke, Hampden Co., Boston 106, Springfield 8 



DISTANCES FROM BOSTON. 109 

Hopkinton, Middlesex Co , from Boston 30 miles, from Lowell 37 

miles (stage to Cordaville) 
Hubbardston, Worcester Co., Boston 64, Worcester 20 
Hudson, Middlesex Co., Boston 34, Lowell 27 
Hull, PljMnouth Co., Boston 22, (by water 9), Plymouth (by 

water) 30 
Huntington, Hampshire Co., Boston 119, Northampton (by 

highway) 12 
Hyde Park, Norfolk Co., Boston 7, Dedham 3 
Ipswich, Plymouth Co., Boston 27, Salem 11, Newburyport 9 
Kingston, Plymouth Co., Boston 33, Plymouth 4 
Lakeville, Plymouth Co., Boston 34^, Plymouth (by highway) 18 
Lancaster, Worcester Co., Boston 44, Worcester 19 
Lanesborough, Berkshire Co., Boston 157, Pittsfield 6 
Lawrence, Essex Co., Boston 26, Salem 20 
Lee, Berkshire Co., Boston 162, Pittsfield 11 
Leicester, Worcester Co., Boston 50, Worcester (by highway) 6 
Lenox, Berkshire Co., Boston 159, Pittsfield 8 
Leominster, Worcester Co., Boston 46, Worcester 21 
Leverett, Franklin Co., Boston 106, Greenfield 16 
Lexington, Middlesex Co., Boston 11, Lowell (by highway) 15 
Leyden, Franklin Co., Boston 115, Greenfield (by highway) 9 
Lincoln, Middlesex Co., Boston 17, Lowell (by highway) 14 
Littleton, Middlesex Co., Boston 31, Lowell 21 
Longmeadow, Hampden Co., Boston 102, Springfield 4 
Lowell, Middlesex Co., Boston 26 
Ludlow, Hampden Co., Boston 90, Springfield 9 
Lunenburg, Worcester Co., Boston 42, Worcester 29 
Lynn, Essex Co., Boston 11, Salem 5 
Lynntield, Essex Co., Boston 13, Salem 8 
Maiden, Middlesex Co., Boston 4, Lowell 23 
Manchester, Essex Co., Boston 25, Salem 9 
Mansfield, Bristol Co., Boston 24, New Bedford 31, Taunton 12 
Marblehead, Essex Co., Boston 20, Salem 4 
Marion, Plymouth Co., Boston 50, Plymouth (by highway) 18 
Marlboro', Middlesex Co., Boston 32, Lowell 40 (by highway 24) 
Marshfield, Plymouth Co., Boston 30, Plymouth (by highway) 15 
Marshpee, Barnstable Co., Boston 64, Barnstable (by highway) 8 
Mattapoisett, Plymouth Co., Boston 55, Plymouth (by highw.)24 
Maynard, Middlesex Co., Boston 27, Concord 7 
Medfield, Norfolk Co., Boston 20, Dedham 13 
Medford, Middlesex Co., Boston 5, Lowell 21 
Medway, Norfolk Co., Boston 25, Dedham 19 
Melrose, Middlesex Co., Boston 7, Lowell 20 
Mendon, Worcester Co., Boston 32, Worcester 22 
Methuen, Essex Co., Boston 28, Salem 20 

Middleboro', Plymouth Co., Boston 35, Plymouth (by highw.) 14 
Middlefield, Hampshire Co., Boston 131, Northampton 39 (by 

highway 20) 
Middleton, Essex Co., Boston 18, Salem 8 
Milford, Worcester Co., Boston 23, Worcester 35 
Millbury, Worcester Co., Boston 42, Worcester 6 
Milton, Norfolk Co., Boston 7, Dedham 6 
Monroe, Franklin Co., Boston, 136, Greenfield 34 
Monson, Hampden Co., Boston 87, Springfield 19 
Montague, Franklin Co., Boston 102, Greenfield 4 



110 MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 

Monterey, Berkshire Co., from Boston 136 miles, from Pittsfield 

(by highway) 18 miles 
Montgomery, Hampden Co., Boston 118, Springfield 20 
Mount Washington, Berkshire Co., Boston 183, Pittsfield (by high- 

way) 32 
Nahant, Essex Co., Boston 14 (by water 10), Lynn 4 
Nantucket, Nantucket Co., Boston 110 
Natick, Middlesex Co., Boston 17 

Needham, Norfolk Co., Boston 12, Dedham (by highway) 5 
New Ashford, Berkshire Co., Boston 164, Pittsfield (by high.) 13 
New Bedford, Bristol Co., Boston 55, Taunton 20 
New Braintree, Worcester Co., Boston 62, Worcester (by high- 

way) 18 
Newbury, Essex Co., Boston 34, Newburyport 3 
Newburyport, Essex Co., Boston 36, Salem 20 
New Marlboro', Berkshire Co., Boston 133, Pittsfield (by high- 
way) 24 
New Salem, Franklin Co., Boston 91, Greenfield (by highway) 15 
Newton, Middlesex Co., Boston 7, Lowell 33 
Norfolk, Norfolk Co., Boston 23, Dedham 11 
Northampton, Hampshire Co., Boston 115 
North Andover, Essex Co., Boston 28, Lawrence 2 
Northborough, Worcester Co., Boston 35, Worcester (by high- 
way) 10 
Northbridge, Woi'cester Co., Boston 46, Worcester 13 
North Bridgewater, Plymouth Co., Boston 20, Plymouth 24 
North Brookfield, Worcester Co., Boston 67, Worcester 23 
Northfield, Franklin Co., Boston 101, Greenfield (by highway) 6 
North Reading, Middlesex Co., Boston 23, Lowell 14 
Norton, Bristol Co., Boston 28, Taunton 8 

Oakham, Worcester Co., Boston 59, Worcester (by highway) 15 
Orange, Franklin Co., Boston 87, Greenfield 19 
Orleans, Barnstable Co., Boston 94, Barnstable 21 
Otis, Berkshire Co., Boston 128, Pittsfield (by highway) 22 
Oxford, Worcester Co., Boston 55, Worcester 11 
Palmer, Hampden Co., Boston 83, Springfield 15 
Paxton, Worcester Co., Boston 51, Worcester (by highway) 7 
Peabody, Essex Co., Boston 18, Salem 2, Newburyport 22 
Pelham, Hampshire Co., Boston 76, Northampton (by high.) 14 
Pembroke, Plymouth Co., Boston 26, Plymouth (by highway) 12 
Pepperell, Middlesex Co., Boston 43, Worcester 36 
Peru, Berkshire Co., Boston 140, Pittsfield (by highway) 12 
Petersham, Worcester Co., Boston (by highway) 65, Worcester 

(by highway) 27 
Phillipston, Worcester Co., Boston (by highway) 58, Worcester 

(by highway) 27 
Pittsfield, Berkshire Co., Boston 151 

Plainfield, Hampshire Co., Boston 124, Northampton (by high.)29 
Plymouth, Plymouth Co., Boston 37 J 
Plympton, Plymouth Co., Boston 30, Plymouth 8 
Prescott, Hampshire Co., Boston (by highway) 67, Northampton 

(by highway) 16 
Princeton, Worcester Co., Boston 60, Worcester 16 
Provincetown, Barnstable Co., Boston 118 (by water 55), Barn- 
stable 45 (by water 26) 
Quincy, Norfolk Co., Boston 8, Dedham (by highway) 10 



DISTANCES FROM BOSTON. Ill 

Randolph, Norfolk Co., from Boston 15 miles, from Dedham (by 

highway) 8 miles 
Raynham, Bristol Co., Boston 30, Taunton 3 
Reading, Middlesex Co., Boston 12, Lowell 15 
Rehoboth, Bristol Co., Boston 39, Taunton (by highway) 10 
Revere, Suffolk Co., Boston 6 
Richmond, Berkshire Co., Boston 159, Fittsfield 8 
Rochester, Fly mouth Co., Boston 49, Plymouth (by highway) 16 
Rockport, Essex Co., Boston 36, Salem 20 
Rowe, Franklin Co., Boston 132, Greenfield 26 
Rowley, Essex Co., Boston 31, Salem 15, Mewlmryport 5 
Royalston, Worcester Co., Boston 77, Worcester 53 
Russell, Hampden Co., Boston 116, Springfield 18 
Rutland, Worcester Co., Boston 54, Worcester (by highway) 13 
Salem, Essex Co., Boston 16, JSewburyport 20 
Salisbury, Essex Co., Boston 38, JMewburyport 2 
Saiidisfield, Berkshire Co., Boston (by highway to Springfield) 

125, Fittsfield (by highway) 27 
Sandwich, Barnstable Co., Boston 62, Barnstable 11 
Saugus, Essex Co., Boston 9, Salem 10 

Savoy, Berkshire Co., Boston 133, Fittsfield (by highway) 15 
Scituate, Flymouth Co., Boston 25, Flymouth (by highway) 20 
Seekonk, Bristol Co., Boston 40, Taunton (by highway) 14 
Sharon, Norfolk Co., Boston 22, Dedham 14 
Sheffield, Berkshire Co., Boston 182, Fittsfield 31 
Shelburne, Franklin Co., Boston 113, Greenfield 7 
Sherborn, Middlesex Co., Boston 24, Framingham 4 
Shirley, Middlesex Co., Boston 40, Lowell 22 
Shrewsbury, Worcester Co., Boston (by highway) 36, Worcester 

(by highway) 5 
Shutesbury, Franklin Co., Boston 112, Greenfield22 (by high. 13) 
Somerset, Bristol Co., Boston 44, Taunton 10 J 
Somerville, Middlesex Co., Boston 2, Lowell 24 
Southampton, Hampshire Co., Boston 115, Northampton 9 
Soutliboro', Worcester Co , Boston 28, Worcester 17 
Southbridge, Worcester Co., Boston 70, Worcester 27 
South Hadley, Hampshire Co., Boston 1 12, Springfield 14 
South Scituate, Flymouth Co., Boston 20, Flymouth (by high.)16 
Southwick, Hampden Co., Boston 114, Springfield 18 
Spencer, Worcester Co., Boston 62, Worcester 18 
Springfield, Hampden Co., Boston 98 
Sterling, Worcester Co., Boston 49, Worcester 14 
Stockbridge, Berkshire Co., Boston 168, Fittsfield 17 
Stoneham, Middlesex Co., Boston 9, Lowell 16 
Stoughton, Norfolk Co., Boston 18, Dedham 6 
Stow, Middlesex Co., Boston 30, Lowell 32 

Sturbridge, Worcester Co., Boston 60, Worcester (by highw.)18 
Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Boston (by highway) 26, Lowell 20 
Sunderland, Franklin Co., Boston 107, Greenfield (byhighw.) 9 
Sutton, Worcester Co., Boston 40, Worcester 9 
Swampscott, Essex Co., Boston 12, Salem 4, Newbury port 24 
Swanzey, Bristol Co., Boston 48, Taunton 13 
Taunton, Bristol Co., Boston 33, New Bedford 20 
Templeton, Worcester Co., Boston 69, Worcester 45 (by high- 
way 26) 
Tewksbury, Middlesex Co., Boston 21, Lowell 5 



112 — 128 MASSACHUSETTS DIRECTORY. 

Tisbury, Dukes Co., from Boston 77 miles, from Edgartown 8 miles 
Tolland, Hampden Co., Boston 123, Springfield (by highway) 22 
Topsfield, Essex Co., Boston 25, Salem 9, Newburyport 15 
Townsend, Middlesex Co., Boston 45, Lowell 27 
Truro, Barnstable Co., Boston 112 (by water 60), Provincetown 

9, Barnstable 37 
Tyngsborough, Middlesex Co., Boston 33, Lowell 7 
Tyringham, Berkshire Co., Boston 142, Pittsfield 20 
Upton, Worcester Co., Boston 36, Worcester (by highway) 13 
Uxbridge, Worcester Co., Boston 30, Worcester 18 
Wakefield, Middlesex Co., Boston 10, Lowell 28 
Wales, Hampden Co., Boston 93, Springfield 25 
Walpole, Norfolk Co., Boston 19, Dedham 9 
Waltham, Middlesex Co., Boston 10, Lowell (by highway) 18 
Ware, Hampshire Co., Boston 91, Northampton 40 
Wareham, Plymouth Co., Boston 50, Plymouth (by highway) 15 
Warren, Worcester Co., Boston 73, Worcester 28 
Warwick, Franklin Co., Boston 87, Greenfield 14 
Washington, Berkshire Co., Boston 138, Pittsfield 13 
Watertown, Middlesex Co., Boston 8, Lowell 34, Cambridge 5 
Wayland, Middlesex Co., Boston (by highway) 16, Lowell 42 
Webster, Worcester Co., Boston 59, Worcester 16 [33 

Welltieet, Barnstable Co., Boston 106 (by water 65), Barnstable 
Wendell, Franklin Co., Boston 90, Greenfield 16 
Wenham, Essex Co., Boston 22, Salem 6, Newburyport 14 
Westborough, Worcester Co., Boston 32, Worcester 12 
West Boylston, Worcester Co., Boston 53, Worcester 9 
West Bridgewater, Plymouth Co., Boston 25, Plymouth 25 
West Brookfield, Worcester Co., Boston 69, Worcester 25 
Westfield, Hampden Co., Boston 108, Springfield 10 
Westford, Middlesex Co., Boston 33, Lowell 7 
West Hampton, Hampshire Co., Boston 123, Northampton (by 

highway) 8 
Westminster, Worcester Co., Boston 55, Worcester 30 
West Newbury, Essex Co., Boston 38, Newburyport 4 
Weston, Middlesex Co., Boston 13, Lowell 39 (by highway 18) 
Westport, Bristol Co., Boston 56, New Bedford (by highway) 8 
West Roxbury, Norfolk Co., Boston 3^, Dedham 3 
West Springfield, Hampden Co., Boston 100, Springfield 2 
West Stockbridge, Berkshire Co., Boston 162, Pittsfield 11 
Weymouth, Norfolk Co., Boston 15, Dedham 24 (by highway 11) 
Whately, Franklin Co., Boston 116, Greenfield 10 
Wilbraham, Hampden Co., Boston 89, Springfield 9 
Williamsburg, Hampshire Co., Boston 131, Northampton 7 
Williamstown, Berkshire Co., Boston 140, Pittsfield 25 
Wilmington, Middlesex Co., Boston 15, Lowell 10, Lawrence 11 
Winchendon, Worcester Co., Boston 68, Worcester 44 
Winchester, Middlesex Co., Boston 8, Lowell 16 
Windsor, Berkshire Co., Boston 140, Pittsfield (by highway) 12 
Winthrop, Sufiblk Co., Boston 10 (by water 4) 
Woburn, Middlesex Co., Boston 10, Lowell 16 
Worcester, Worcester Co., Boston 44 

Worthington, Hampshire Co., Boston 143, Northampton (by high- 
way) 17 
Wrentham, Norfolk Co., Boston 28, Dedham 19 
Yarmouth, Barnstable Co., Boston 76, Barnstable 3 



Union Insurance Co.^ 

S^N FRANCISCO, C^L. 



PRESIDENT, ....... GUSTAVE TOUCHARD. 



VICE-PRESIDENT, 

N. a. KITTLE. 



SURVEYOR, 



GEORGE T. BOHEH. 




SECRETARV, 

OHAELES D. HAVEN, 



SPECIAL AGENT, 

JAMES D. BAILEY. 



[Union Ins. Co.'s Building, 416 and 418 California Street, San Francisco.] 



CAPITAL, 



in Gold Coin, 



$750,000.00 



NEW YORK BOARD OP REPEREXCE. 

3. B. CLAFLIN, of H. B. Claflin & Co. GEORGE OPDYKE, of George Opdyke & Co. 

BOSTON BOARD OP REPERENCE. 
r. D. PARKER, Director Fireman's Fund Ins. Co. J. B. THOMAS, of Standard Sugar Refinery. 

CHICAGO BOARD OP REFERENCE. 
POTTER PALMER. FIELD, LEITER, & CO. HAMLIN, HALE, & CO. BURLEY & TYRRELL. 



Branch Oifice, 114 Broadway, New York. 

SZEELS, BOWERS, k BOUSHTOU, Managers. 

C. L. Skeels, H. E. Bowers, W. D. L. Boughton. 

SEW-YORK AGENCY, Fireman's Fund Ins. Co., San Francisco; Nanasjansett Iiis. Co., Providence; Commerce 
Ins. Co., Albany; Orient Ins. Co., Hartford; Bay-State Ins. Co., Worcester, Mass. 



LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID AT 



40 State Street, 



BOSTON. 



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Fireman's Fund Ins. Co. 

S^N FRANCISCO, C^L. 



I 




(Fireman's Fund Ins Co 's Building, S.W cor. California and Sansom Sts., San Francisco.) 



D. J. STAPLES, President. G. T. LAWTON, Vice-President. 

CHARLES E. BOND, Secretary. 



CAPITAL, in Gold Coin, $500,000.Ct 



XE"W YORK BOARD OF REFERENCE. 

H. B. CLAFLIN, of H. B. Claflin & Co. GEORGE OPDYKE, of George Opdyke & Co. 

BOSTON BOARD OF REFKRENCE. 

J. D. PARKER, Director Fireman's Fund Ins. Co. GEO. WM. BOND, of Geo. Wm. Bond & Co. 

CHICAGO BOARD OF REFERENCE. 

POTTER PALMER. FIELD, LEITER, & CO. HAMLIN, HALE, & CO. BURLEY & TYRRE 1 



Branch OflBce, 114 Broadway, NewYorlt 

SKEELS, BOWEES, & BOUGHTON, Managers. 

C. L. Skecls, H. E. Bowers, W. D. L. Boughton. 

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Albany; Orient Ins. Co., Hartford ; Bay-State Ins. Co., Worcester, Mass. 



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Account and Book 
Adjusters. 

French Cliarles, m) Washington 
Holbrook Geo. lU Tjaveller bld'g 
JJUNTING GEO. F. 3 School 

Kettelle .)atnes, 19 Court 
Kurtz C. C. 10!) Summer 
Leavitt T. H. 41 Kilby 
Mair George H. J? Doane 
Mair Thomas, li7 Doane 
Turner A. R. .'id Court 
Waite Churle.s 2(li> Tremont 
Waters Geo. W. 1 Pemberton sq. 

Acetic Acid Manuf. 

YyEEKS & DUPEE, 150 State 

Actuaries. 

JjOUD JACOB 11. 3-' Devonshire 

Wright Elizur, 39 State, room 22 

A<ljusters of Averasres. 

Phelps F. S. & Co. 55 Slate 

AclJusters ot'Cotupli- 
cated Accounts. 

Ballister J. F. 27 State 
J-j^UNTlNG GEO. F. 3 School 

Wheelock George F. 81 Wash. 

Adjusters of Marine 
iiud Jfire Hiusses. 

Bradford & Fulger, o(i State 
Uaven & Dixon, 103 State 
Uayes U. Y. 14 Exchange 
Phelps F. S. & Co. 55 State- 
Spooncr & Evans, 3 Merchants row 
^Yl^EK JOUX S. 2S State, rni. 6 

Advertising' Agents. 

A DA.US THOMAS, 47 Congress 

Brooks, Walker, & Co. 37 Tremont 
Childs s Pccknam, 110 Tremont 
/'UMMINGS E. A.SO Washiug- 
^ ton 

Davis Charles, 2 Wa:shiiigtoa 
Davis J. W. & CO. 22 Kiloy 
Dodd Horace, 121 Washington 
Evans T. C. 106 Washiugtun 
Fowler & Goldsmith, S'J Wash. 
Hair & Kichardson, 23 Court 
Industrial Adv. Agency, lo2 Wash, 
McCartuty 1{. C. Ii3 Washington 
Mercantile Advertising Bond Co, 

37 Tremont 
Niles S. K. Tremont 
Pettengill S. M. & Co. 10 State 
I^OGEKS & FITTS, 173 Wash. 

Thompson A. J. & Co. 84 Wa.«h. 
Wnlcuit S. D. G. & Co. 34 School 

Advertising !!iigu8. 
PUr.MAN EDWARD G. 213 
" Washington 
pRAiNE J. U. 93 Union 



Agricultural engineers. 

«11EDD & .SAWYER, 7 Court 
sq. room 38 t.i>ee page tiHJ) 

Agricultural Implement 
Alanui'acturer!!. 

AMES OLIVER & SONS, office 

3'> Scars' building 
UUER.MAN I^. B. Ill) Milk (see 
*^ page (W3) 

Agricultural Stores. 

(See also Heed stores.) 
_^MES PLOW CO., Uuincy Hall 

Breck Jos. & Son, 51 N. Market 
(JURTIS SJ COBB, 161 Tremont 



Davenport Geo. * Co. 145 Milk 
Holbrook F. F. & Co. Ill S. Market 
J-£OVEY ii CO. 53 North JVaarket 

Lummus E. E. 20 South Market 
pARKER k GANNl!,TT, 411 N. 

Market, and 4<i Jlerchants' 

row 
UHERMAN NATHANIEL B. 
•^ 119 .\Iilk (see page ()S3) 
Whittemore, Belcher, & Co. 34 
Merchants row 

Albums. 

nODGE, COLLIER, & PER- 
■^ KINS, 115 Wash, (see p. 641) 

Alcohol. 

Q.RAVES C. H. 35 Hawkins 
Mills D. T. & Co. 15 Central whf. 

Ale, Porter, and Cider. 

CSee also Liquoi-s.) 

RENZ ANTON, 1154 Wiishing- 
^ ton 

Bixby S. C. 73 Water 
Boston Beer Co. 11) Central wharf 
VJRA Y & HAYES, 145 Milk (im- 
■" porters) 
Brennaii J. 107 Water 
Burkhardt G. F. 3 Central 
Cameron J.A.O.F. Mrs. 20J How- 
ard 
(10BURN, LANG, & CO. 100 
^ Worcester (see page 680) 
flOLLlNS JA.VIES & CO. 133 
'-' Beach, and 2H4 Broadway 
PO.MSTOCK, GOVE, & CO. 30 

Canal 
(JOOK ISAAC & CO, 25 Central 

Cummings C. D. 343 Tremont 
Cushing J. H. 278 Commercial 
Dubuc J. P. P. 3 Central 

|)UtiANT, FLOYD, & WAL- 
-^ KER, 108 Commercial (cider) 

L'AIRBANKS MOSES & CO., 
■*■ Howard Atheuaium (see page 

Gsyi 

j^IELD S. C. & CO. 34 Court sq. 
JpORD JOHN, 156 Federal 

JONES FRANK & CO. 35 Dev- 

onshire 
Keefe Bios. 87 Albany 
Kelton J. P. ly Congress, and 12 

Chardon 
Linehau John, ',) Williams court, 

and5i4 Washington 
MAUONEY & KIRWIN, 264 
■"■'- North (see page 61)4; 
M o C O R M 1 C K BROTHERS, 
■^'■^ 282 North, and 20 Fleet 
McKnight John's Sons, 20 Kilby 
O'DONNELL B. F. 126iind 128 
'-' Fulton 
POTTER & FOSTER, Lincoln, 

c. Kneeland 
Robinson, Wilson, & Legalee, 102 

Sudtiury 
CCRIPTURE & PARKER, 31 
*~^ Court square 

Smith James M. Sc Co. Court sq. 
Smith Wm. J. 12 Lindull 
Stowe S. F. & L. H. & Co. 155 

Dudley (small beer) 
Taylor John's Son, 1)7 Comnier'l 
Tracey .M. E., Havre, cor. Decatur 
VINcENT, HATHAWAY, & 
* CO. 100 Broad 
UTUlTE DOLBEARE, 
'' 1067 Washington 
Wilder G. G. 4'J Lincoln 

Ale <fe Beer Apparatus. 

Ridgway C. L. 103 Court 

Ammonia JManufs. 

(]ROSS J. I. 110 Milk (aqua am- 
^ monia) 



Anchors. 

Boston Forge Co. 24 Kilhy 

P EARING, RODMAN, & 

■^ SWIFT, 23aii<l 25 Conmicr- 

cial (see page (;|)8| 
Lufkin Nathn'l, l.'ti lirenien, E.B. 
VyillTON, BROTHER, & CO. 
*' 33 Commercial 

Annuncisttors. 

Creighton James R. 5 Beach (pneu- 
matic) 
P^ULLER SETII W. 25 Devon- 

shire (see page 6.SS) 
UOL.MES E. T. & CO. 3 Milk 
(see p;ige 661) 

A pothecaries. 

Tliose marked with « • «> c ineniherx 
of the M.\ssACiiusisTTS Col- 

LKOE OF PhaKMACY. 

Adams A. L. 205 Meridian, E.B. 
*Alden E. Ames, 26 Guild row 
A LLEN WM. M. 560 and 11.52 

Tremont 
*Almj' Sylvester, Tremont, corner 

School 
Appleton G. H. 271 Meridian, E.B. 
Atkinson W. D. jr., 185 Tremont 
•Babo Leopold, 12 boylston 
Bachelder S. F. 5oi) Dorch. ave. 
Bartlett W. H. L. 147 Leverett 
Bartleti & Darling, 17.5 North 
Berry N. W. 140 Hampden 
Bispham 11. C. 310 Fourth, c. D 
Blasland Thomas, .'?U1 Broadway 
Bohrniaun & Heuback, 1106 Tre 

mont 
Boston Dispensary, Ash, c. Bennet 
♦Boyden Ashel, Joj', c. Myrtle 
Brooks Geo. P., 18i5 Dorchester 

ave. ward Iti 
Brown Edwin A. B. 519 Tremont 
*Brown Joseph T. & Co. 292 Wash. 
Bushee J. A. 46 Maverick sq. 
Caine James F., Oak, cor..Hud»on 
Call I, harles 11. 1981 Washington 
»(]AMPBELL ISAAC T. 239 

Broad way 
Canning & Patch, 90 Green 
Clioate Henry A. 1 Revere House 
Church Benj . T. 27 Cambridge 
Church F. T., Court, cor. Howard 
Clock Frank B. 20 Cambridge 
Cobb G. W., Meridian, c. London 
Colton G., Cambriuge, cor. North 

Anderson 
Colton James B. 766 Tremont 
Connor T. J. 617 Broadway 
Cordwell Geo. B. 18oii Wash. 
C!ox John E., Grove, c. PliiUips 
Cox Lucian A. 31 Blossom 
Craig J. S., Neponset uve. c. Minot 
Crosoy B. E. 75 Beach 
Darling 1. 175 North 
Day C. H. & F. B. 18 Maverick sq. 

and Meridian, cor. Saratoga 
Dean Edward, 5,59 Dorchester ave. 
Deering J. P.57 Causeway 
Dodge Geo. S. & Co. 1.56 Endicott 
Duard F. 793 Tremont 
Duncan J. E. & Co. 93 Green 
»Dyer J. Howes, 23S Shawmut av. 
•Eaton Charles 1. 12.3;3 Wachingfu 
FenelonJ.J.& .M. F. 282 Broad, 

and 206 Cambridge 
♦Ferguson Dennis, 2 Broadway, 

and Dorchester, cor. Eighth 
Folger W . S. & Co. 723 Tiemont 
POLSO.M JAMES, 269 Commer- 
•^ cial, and 1 Eastern ave. 
"J^^OWLE H. D. 71 Prince 

Foy Frank E. 155 Broadway 
Eraser CTias. L. 1 10 .Meridian, E.B. 
•French Charles, 354 Hanover ^ 

Frothingham D. D. IM Leverett ' 

Fuller S. II., Hancock, near (Co- 
lumbia, ward 16 
Gardner Benj. W. 1721 Wash. 
(|EORG£ JAMES W., Dear- 
^-* born, cor. Eustis 
Q.ILJIAN AI, 468 Broadway 



^y.lV.lV*^***?*^*.^ ft AS ■PTITTTTPTT'Q sea ^Vashlngton street. Boston, 

lorthesaleol VXH-O X 1.A.X UXiX^O, K. MOJLLIA <iS A; CO., at low prices. 



130 



BOSTON BUSINESS DrRECTOEr. 



Apothecaries— continved. 
•Gleeson J. A., 151 Harrison ave. 
•Gleeson M. U. 1121 Washington 
Gordon R. K. 154 iind ISB Dudley 
Giavcs & Newcomb,95 Carubridge 
Grover E. H. 1K< Fourth, cor. B 
Guild Charles K. 116 Pleasant 
Haley James G BS' Salem 
Hardy Wm. G. 701 Broadway, and 

P, «OT. Fourth 
Harris Theodore S. IW Tremont 
Hathaway B. J. liiST Washijsgton 
•Henchman Daniel, (16 Cufti>bridige 
Hulden A Co. 155 Broadway 
Mollis 3. O. 4 : and 45 Salesn 
•^Ol.lJS TiiUiMAS, ^3 Union 

Hoskins Wm, B. 1085 TrenronS 
•f}UV£Y CHARLES H., V/a-- 
ren, corner Walnut ave. (ste- 
Ijack colored page) 
Howard Wm. P. ;«4&ayii Hanovej 
Ho»ve Marvley,.'r4 Broadway 
Irish Geo. C. Via CanvLsidBe 
Jackson J. W. C. 31:i Harrison ave. 
Jenkins L.L, n»Jy:verett 
Jenks T.L.., Merriniac, c. Travers 
Keeley .)ohu J. 147 Leverett 
♦Kent Robt. R. 7 WiiUhroj* blc«k 
Kidder Danus B. 2i^ Maverick sij- 
Kn>gh4E, H. & Co. 161 Biuadway 
Knigiit Henry T. S« iMerriMiac 
Knights E. h. 07 Court 
Lakii] J. 11. St Co. .(> Caisseway 
Lan-ley Edwin A. L-US- Bennington 
Leeds StiUniai 1 , 4.';i S.hawniut ave. 
♦Lincoln H. W., Cimrles, son*eT 

Chesinut 
•Littletii Id .A., Beach, c, Lineoln 
Lusconib A. 'I'., Fourth, cti!'. U'M- 

cliester ave. 
Marshall James H. liai Wash. 
McDouald A. E. 1(» Salem 
• lyr E1.V IN & BADGER, 43 Tem- 
■^ pie place 

♦\IEICALF THEO & CO. 33 
-^'-^ Treniunt (see page t>-t>J 
Moore E. B. ly^ Hanover 
Morris Patrick, Federal, c. Beaeh 
Neilson HerOer*, letil Wasiiington 
■pjEWCOMB it BROWN, 5 

Beacon 
Nev^man H & Co.817 Washing.on 
Nims O. F. ») Cambridge 
Noble S.J. 55 Green 
Noweil W. !•. VJ-> Merrimac 
Noyes C. D. V. (Jj3 Wasliington 
•OBri. n James J., Hudson, cor. 

Kneeland 
Page W. W., Tremont, conier 

Pleasant 
•Parker J. L. 232 Tiemont 
♦Parmenter G. W. 27(/ Hanover 
Patch John W. llilW vVashmgtoD 
Pattee A. F. 103 Shawniut av. 
•Patten 1. B. Jk Co. 37 Harrison are. 

and IIKJ Seventh 
Peabodv N. C. (hom.) .56 Beach 
Percival John P. T lis Wash. 
•Perry E. 11.745 Wasliington 
Perry Ira & Co. .'53 Bovlston 
Pierce Win. C. 1153 Treii.ont 
Pollard D. W. 5J5 Washington 
Kaymore Geo. E. 44 Harrison ave. 
Restieaux Thomus, 2"J Tremont 
Richmond Wm. B. 72 Church 
•Bicker Geo. D. I7« Salem 
Ricker O. P. 654 Washington 
Rideout J. W. Si Co. 3;if; Sumner 
Robinson John G. fcl7 Wash. 
Rogers W. llo.sken. Ibl Eliot 
Russell Edward, 117 Hampden 
Russell James D. 510 Eiahth 
Sanborn Jeremiah, Adams, corner 

Dorchester ave. ward 16 
Shaw Jucob B. 21 Pleasant 
•Sheppaid S.A.U. & i_o.«81 Wash. 
Skinner Edward M. 2S7 Tremont 
•Smalley Elijah, 270 Harrison ave. 
Snow J. Walker, 113 Portland, and 

56 Merrimac 
Souther E. 75 Green, c. Lyman 
Soutliwoith A. Chapin, Walnut, 

corner Wood, ward 16 
Siiillcr F. M. & Co. Havre, corner 

U. catur, E B. 
Stebbins E.S. 1 and 2 Charlestown 
Stone V. R. 251 Noith 
yTO\'ER J. W. 1U5 Trenton 

Stowell Daniil, 823 Washington 
Sullivan & Lotz, 6'3 Tremont 
Swett Geo. W. 37 Court (hot.) 
Tappau C. E. & Co 641) Tremont 
Thayer Eli & Co. 384 Hanover 
Thompson Haley P., Broadway, 

cor. A 
•Tompkins Orlando, 271 Wash. 
•Tower Levi, jr. 1501 Wash. 
Tower Lewis, Essex, cor. South 
Tucker Frank, 1388 Tremont 
Tufts J. W. & Co. 138 Hanover 



Underwood C.G.,iVIay. Bq. c. I^ewis 
Voae Bobt. jr.. Harvard, c. Wasb- 

iDglon, ward 16 
"Warren Geo. 181)5 TTashington 
Webster S. & Son, 63 Warren ave, 
■Wetherbee F. M. 426'Wash«ngtoa 
White Henrj,. Elioti squase, cor^ 

Hi'ghland 
While John, .'** Lev. ret( 
White J. F. 48 Sudbury 
White Koht. jr. S3] Hanover 
Wilbor Alexander B. 166 Court 
•Wilbor A. G. 547 Waahincton 
\MllTOjr.l. W. F. 47»Broa(rway 
Wilson Wm. J. l.S;35 Tremont 
Wood E. C.&Co.S16Shawmut av. 
Woodir/an D.S. 2I> Central 3<i.,E.B. 
WiKxli ufl' Galen, 494 Tremont 
Woods li. O. 35J Federal 
"Woodward J. B. & Co. 160Hanov'r 
•Wowdward W. E~ 25*Di«ik'y 
•Wright V^m. R., West Cedar, cm. 

Revere 
"young P. Ambnise, 6U7 Wash. 



mn HENRY C.'ic CO. 146Trs- 
mon t 



B 



A.r<-ltitect8> 



Allen Fiaiisis. 61 State, room 11 
APl'LETON DANIEL, WPem- 
"^ bertoii square 
AT WOOD CHARLES B. 1 

Peiiibe. ton sciua e 
Barton ». M. 12 School 
hati man Chas. J. 24 Studio Ndg. 
ffATES MOSE:*,.il WHter.nwni 
■" 38 (see page IH4) 
Berry A- Hub, II Studio buiWling 
Bilfinss H. & J. £. 33 Sch- ol, rm T 
Bitlief Alfred &. :-:3 School, r'm Q, 
Boyd Thonaas, 2S Stale, room 36 
Biadlee Nath. i. IS Pemberton s(i. 
Briggs L. & Co. 81 Wash, room 35 
Broadhui gt John 1'. 8 Cox bidg. 
Brook»B. 11. l^Pe.iibertoii SQ. 
Brown E. R. at City Engineer's, 

City Hall 
Bryant G.J. F. & 1.. P. Rogers, 17 

Pemberton sq. 
JJURK HuRaCE F. ISPember- 

tun square (see pagt 670) 
Cubot E. C. 2 Pemberton sq. 
Cbuudler F. W. 14 De\ on.»hire 
Chandler T. P. jr. 14 Uevonsiiire 
Clough Geo A. .56 Bromtield 
Colbuin T. E. 27 Studio building 
Cuiiimings & Sears, a Penitieitoii 

square 
Dahl J. H. at Atlantic Works, E. 

B. (naval) 
Dorr Morris. .")0 Studio building 
7")<)WNING OLIVER U. 132 
•^ Federal 

Dwight B. F. \:<0 Tremont 
Eaton J. F. 1 Pi mbert'n sq. rm. 17 
Emerson & Fehmer, 12 West 
Esty Alexander R. 2 Change ave. 
Faulkner II. Floyd & (ieoree R. 

Clarke, 2:; and 24 Studio build'g 
Fox John A. 10 Devonshire 
Frink A. 28 State, anil 22 Guild r. 
PUL.,ER GhORGEF. 18 Pem- 

berton square 
Gould Forresi B. 87 Leverett 
Graves II. 15 Congress 
Grittin Tristram, 150 Tremont 
Hall Henry P. 7 Pemberton sq. 
II ALL J,)HN R. .7 Old Stale 
^^ House 
UARl'WELL & SWASEY, 31 

^ Pemberton square 
TEPSON SAMUEL, 1806 Wash- 

ington 
Jones W. U.113 Dudlev 
Kirby Chas. K. 17 I'einberton sq. 
Langerfeldt T. O. 17 Studio build. 
Lawlor D. J., Condor, cor. Merid- 
ian, (naval) 
Lord & Fuller, 5 Pemberton sq. 
] U.UMUS WM. W. 40 State, 

room 42 
Martin A. C. 18 Pemberton sq. 
Meacharn George F. 23 Congress 
Merrill W. F. 18 Pemberton sq. 
Mitchell J. A. 1 Pemberton sq. 
TyroKFETTE GEORGE JR., 

32 Pemberton squaie 
Moore Fred'k H. 33 School, r'ra 20 
Newcomb L. & Son, 12 West 
MOTTAGE S. C. & SON, 84 
-^' Washington 
Odiorne & Wheeler, 32 Pember- 

tcm square 
Park Wm. S. 46 Court, room 16 
Parker Chas. Edwd. 8 Congress sq. 
Peabody & Stearns, 14 Devonshire 
Pope Frederic, 81 Wash, room IS 
Pratt Samuel F. 63 Sears building 
Preston J. 15 Devonshire, room 16 
Preston Wm. G. 15 Dev'sh., r'm 16 



Quinliran J. G. 3 ScftooS 
Kand i. H. 18 Exchange 
Richards & Park, 46 Court 
Ropes Gio. jr. ?.2 Pemberton sg. 
Ryder & Harris, 41 Tremont 
SaiiTuel* Lsaac B.4ij Coort 
Sayer R. 13 Pemf^ierion square 
Silloway Thi»nia-i W. 71 Greeo 
tiLACK R. H. 10 Pembertoo 



Snell & Gregerson, 1& Studio Wdg, 
Sparrell Wm. M Wash, rooia 25 
liTEPHENSON H. M. 10 Pera- 
^^ berton square 
Steven.& Joha,-7 Pemberton sq^ 
Sturgis J". H. & Charles Brigham, 

7 Penibei ton sq.uare 
Tay lijr James V. 81 Wash.,room 24 
Tbaj er Geo. B. 18 Pemberton eq. 
Thayer d. J. F. 3;> Conrt, room 16 
Toplitf Geo. B. 1 Pemberton sq. 
nnOWLE JOHN D. * SON, 3S 
Studio building, 110 Tremont 
Underwood L. 13 Exchange 
Voelekers Theo. W> Washington 
Ware* Van Brunt, 2PeBibert'n6q- 
"Washburn & Son. 7 Change ave. 
Weissbein L. 113 Dudley 
WelcJ Samuel B 18 Pemberton sq. 
WENTWoRrU W. P. 16 Guild 

' row 
Weston a Rand, 17 Pemberton sq. 
Wliitman& Buck, 81 Wash. rm. 32 
VVOODBEKUY CHARLES & 
'' SON, 23 Congress 
Woodcock S S. 13 Exchange 
Woo»lmaii Henry, 3-1 Devonshire 
Woodward Wm. E. 42 and 43 Old 

State Hoiise 

.AfchitectiiritI Orna- 
■neiits. 

"IVflDDLESEX STONE BRICK. 
-^'•'- CO., E. M. Wood, treas., 12 

Pemberton square 
rjNI'J-N STONE CO. 29 Kilby 
^ (see inside back cover) 

.Art Publisheri^. 

A RMSTRONG, McLELLAN 
-^ & GKEEN, ISBowker 
PRANG L. & CO. 2182 Wash- 
■^ ington 

Artesian If ells. 

UIERCE EDWIN R. 22 State , 
and 26 Bremen 

Artificial l^inibs. 

Drake John S. 315 Tremont 
Foster C. b. "A" lark, c. Trem'nt 
Gilnii.li Joel E. 102 Aleiidiun, E.B. 
Jewett Leg Co., Park, c. Tremont 
] INCOLN MARV1N,3 Chardon 
■•-* (see page B61> 
Palmer B. Frank, S3 Green 
Randall G. W. 07 Haverhill (arms> 

Artificiiil intone* 

FTNION STONE CO 2a Kilby 
^ (see inside back cover) 

A.I ti»t». 

(See Painters, I'urtrait, etc.) 

Artists' Materials. 

"RRAINARD, BAKER, & BUR- 
-" GESS, 22 Broad 
U"'ROST i ADA.MS, 33 and 35 
•*■ Cornhill (see page 704) 
HASTINGS F.C.S; CO. j4Com- 
■^•^ hill (sec paL'e 701) 
WPRINGER L. R. ..51 Washing- 
*-" ton (see page 704) 
YyALKLK A. A. 127 Tremont 

Wheeler Asahel, 67 Water 

Assay era aud JKefiners. 

Gnilu S. F. 1) Bromiield 
Hayes A. A. 20 State (state) 
Hayes S. Dana, 2O State (state) 
Hood & Reynolds, 5 Jackson place 
Jackson Charles T. 47 Lonrt (state) 
Kerr R. SI. ^ Uaniiltoii place 

Astrolofirer. 

Lister Thomas, 25 Lowell 

Atuinizins Xubes. 

(]OD.MAN & SaUttTLEFF, 13 
^ and 15 Tremont (see p. 689) 
Holmes Thomas J. 62 Sudbury 

Auctioneers. 

Abrams 1. 173 Hanover 
Arlington, Drowue, & Co. 148 Han- 
over 
Atwood Geo. M. 81 Washington 
j^AKERK. W. 59 Court, room 5 



GaS-PlTlfiS altered jMid TI/rA+Are connected at short notice, Q£20 W^ashine- 
vras j:ipca repaired, llieterS K. H01.L.iarGS rfs CO., oOa ton St. 



BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



131 



Beck Giflcftii & Son, lf)4 Tremont 

BIRD C. O. & CO. i-2 WuEhing- 
ton 
miRI) HKNSY C.fcCO. I« 
•^ Trimoiit 

Blood C. S. & C«., 21.'» BfO idway 
Brow 11 11 ro. lit Court 
Blown II. A, .W Stutes room 2 
UurkcMA Wing, UCi Umievw 



C ipi'n A. I)., Biver, n. Ceti«r,w(i.l5 
Claiip C.W. & Co. l:5Tifniont row 
^ULL.IMOUE U, L.. Ill and US 

6 



Court 
OLMAN ilOSES ft SON, 121, 

IJ.'? and 125 Portlanri, and liW 

Friend (ste page TDX) 
Conway John, jr. *'l Wash, room 9 
Cook Cn:eiiiaji> .MiJV.ricksij.E B. 
Cook Wm. & Co. H Commei'Ciai 
Oiwiajf & Uatck. « Pc-arl 
Cushing 8i others, 89 .Midk 
Dearborn *• Co., Cflint House 
n 1 M AN & TUCKER, «(.? Wasfe- 

in^ton 
Orurv C. f . ft Co. IW Coart 
Dyer B. Bruce, 17 Water 
Farnham J. C- SI Stale 
Hall Edward F. 31 Uevoicshire 
ffiarris C. 1-. t C».9 Oentrai whC 
Hurrie Il-sratio & Co- IS India 
Hatch Samuel & Co. ? Moitsin pE. 
Hayes & Ce. IWt! Washing'ton 
llenrv ,lolin J. 'S Pearl 
SJenshaw & Bra. S .MiKh'ts Excle. 
Hichboru Geo. R.&: Co. f» Court 
Hildreth .lonae B. «1 S/.ate, fin 11 
U UNTINO a. F. fc LEAVITT 
"- 3 Schoo). 
Hyde J. F. C. 2 OcJiirt sq. 
Isburg ft Rowland, H and 10 East 
J'ACKSUN S. S. 15 Congress 



Leonard Frank A. 'i! Wiitter 
Leonard & Co. <8 Bronitield 
Lester Jolut li. (shoes), 12E Pearl, 

and/: real estate), 22 Old State H, 
Herriara W. U. 'io E.xchanse 
Mitchell W. R. & Co. 50 "atad .52 

Federal 
Nason ft Metealf, 41? School 
XrOTTAGE II. B. M Waehing- 
^^ ton 

Osgood Freeman D. 27 GuUdrov 
Osgood John II. e7 Milk 
Patton, Ginn, & Folfjer, l?iH Cora'l 
p H I N N E V *; W ATSCN, 171 

TreiBont 
Porter J. K. & Ca 5 Cwuit 
Porter J. L. 25 Kilby 
Power T. C. & Co. 15 School 
Spalding B. U. 14-S Hantver 
Spinuty E. B. & Co. 1-5 (,'ongre3e 
Sprague Francis t C». 11 Centrai 
Sullivan & .Macdonald, •> Schooi 
Sweet A. O. 81 Hanover 
Thayer E. F. E. 11 Court 
Thompson Neweli A. &C». IS anfi 

11 0;d State Bouse 
Towne Frank, 103 Uanorer 
Tvler John, I"? India 
yoSE RUBT. Jit. 12 P«i«ibert3E 

square 
Walker A. E. & Co. « Winter 
Walker C. T. & Co. fi Federal 
Walker Samuel A. IS) lioane 
Webb T. H. & Bro. 135 Pearl 

Auditor oT A.cc«uii't». 

flUNTINti GEORGE F, S 
'-^ Scheol 

Hartley F. W. 2 Davis 

A.utoma.tic Heut Go'P' 
eruwrs. 

»riNGLEY AUTOMATIC 
*■ HEAT GOVERNOR CO. .51* 
Congress (see page <>,"1> 

Automatic Oilers. 

JJOLJLES 4- BLANCIiAEU, « 
Hayniarket sq.(se« pa^e C!97) 

AwuiuK^ 

ROWEN R. S. k CO. iS North 

" Market 

JjRICKSON A. 38 North Martost 

J AMPaELL & MARBLE, 357 

Coniiuercial 
TV! AKTIN JAMES & SON, 11« 

Commercial (see page B9B) 
J^ ELSON M. m Commercial 

YALE R. M. U Commercial 



Axi'S. 

Amoskeag Axe Co. 711 Kilby 
Douglas .»xe Manufacturing Co., 

n I). Dana, treas. 21A Federal 
WELCH S: GRIFFITHS, US 
*^ Federal (see p. lis.") 

Axle Grease Maimf. 

Brooks J. B. 32 Folton 
PRArEU LUBRICATOR CO. 
^ 21 Milk 

Axles. 
A UBOTT & HOWARD, II Oli- 

B .stoR Forge Co. Ji Kilky . 
JOHNSON H. M. 3« Indil, 

K:tc«n W«rk8, 

Curtis, Kiiowles, & Co. 514 and S* 
Harrison ave-, and Norlli, cor, 
BlacVslone 

Wigglri I.. P. fe Co.lfO Ilarnssnav. 

Biid-fcs. 

ITCH E L 1. A. W. & CiX 

n Change ave. 
LIRNER GEORGE, 3 Otia 



M 



Unscjfage Clieelts. 

poBBINS JOHN, 42 Kneeland 

JSaars siud Bag:»tnsr, 

Chase H. & L. 2.ri State 
Kimball IJaniel, l»V Fulton 
McAllister M. VK Cress 
Tapnan J. H. A. t Ce. «' Milk 

WYMAN ft ARKLAY, IJl Sum- 
mer iburlape : nd bagging) 

Bsiil Coi»ni»issi«uer. 

l> U R B A N K R B E R T L 4<s 
^ Cow.rt, rooiK 2 

Bilkers, 

Alien John, S2 Brighton 
Amrhein A. <4 Oneida 
A US TIN C. F. S. CO. lieCons- 
■^ luercial 

Bain Wnii. 1(2 PrincetOK, E. B, 
Bancroft John W. U South 
Barrett Charles E., ChapmaH.cor- 

Sutfo\k 
Barrv E. W. 2(i7 Fourth 
«.\RTLETT A. U. i CO. 21 E. 
" l^edhaiJi, 8Uy Albany, and IU< 

Eudicoti 
Bean D L. 1C4 Cambridge 
Becker Ernest, Beiiningvon, cor. 

Sorter, and *! .Meridian, E. E, 
Beinis O. Wi Washington 
Btnnigkof A. & P. I21(t Tr. ra-os4 
Bills James P. 1(31 Trcmout 
Blaser iohn C. WH TreiMwKt 
Blaser John J. .Mrs. W Eliot 
IJOND TIMOTHY D- 12 CaRaJ 

UOSTON WHEAT .t BREAD 
" CO. H8« Washmg'u, otiice 12 
Car.al, Tlios. J. Garcan, treaa. 
Boyiiton & Brown, 21U Friend 
Breivogeil John, 2116 Sumner., E.B. 
Brewer & Fowl", tiS Cominereial 

snd 74 Lewis, E. B. 
Brigham John A. 31*2 Sk iwmnC av. 
Brown Gilbert C. 5S Pleasaat 
Brown J. II. S.) Prince 
Brown Wns. F. -52 HcdsoK. aRd 

1211 Harrison ave. 
Burke Richard, IK! Tyler 
Ca/laghaii John, .'112 sumiter, K.B, 
Callaghan MicHael, Ht Ceatral sq 
Cullaghan Philip, 43 Gouch and aS 

Silem 
(MI A T E a JAMES, S.33 Wash- 

iueton atid ^5 South 
PLOSE JOHN & SON, Clifton 
^ place 

Conuell AustiB H. l.il Hampden 
Darrah J. 11507 and 1.3ti) Tremout 
Davis Wdliam, 327 North 
Demerritt Calvin, 7.S W. Cedar 
Dovle .Michael J. 83 Albauv 
English .Maurice, ISIO Wa"sh. aad 

45 W. Dcdbtm 
Fennellv Patrick, 11 Winchester 
Fi<?ld G/"u. II. 40 PleaeuEt 
Fisher E. 14 ( Court 
Ford EJirabeth, l*ii NorthamptOE 
Foster E. H. 14G Northampton 
p^ROST GEO. 34 Ttber, corner 
^ Winslow 

Garel Auguste, llfl2 Washing-toa 
Ga-ut Samuel N. 474 WsaJiington 
Gilson Win. H. 7M HarrLsoa ave, 
Goodcow ). W. 137 Warren 
Greene L). F. 150 Broadway 
( JRIGGS E. W. 20 Camden 

Grottendick Henry, 12?1 Tremont 



Hamblen H. 3. Mrs. 145 Brooks 
Harlan N. 159 Beach, IH Second, 

.'1.32 Dorch. ave. and 3.'! Lincoln 
Hurlow J. II. (Kll I'arker 
Hastings Oeo. :'.(W Chelsea, E. B. 
Henley L. 123.3 Tremont 
Ilewes I. F, ■14it I'liiKC, and .'3 

Charter 
Hoyl A. A. ITS Broad-way 
Hoar Thomas, 1044 «arnson ave. 
Hoernle /ohii C. (! Beniiet 
Hoernle L. SI AVarrenton 
Hofcdnuk John, I'i2 Cambridge 
Hotfedauk John J. 24 Stillmaii 
Uoward E. L. «: Co. .M Causeway 
Howard Samuel Mrs. 42 .Myrtle 
Honter N. C. IK N. Kussell 
Hurler J. A. 4it War'enton 
Irving W. J. 14 Cambridge 
JAMES T. H. 1S42 WaeUingto* 

/ohnson Sarah B. 88 Meridian 
Kaiser M. .32 Yeoman 
Karcher JacV), ifiJ* Salem 
KKi^ht C I. 14 Cro.-a, 144 Cara- 

b idge, 18 Aiidersou, and Hi 

Billerica 
Kmft Albert, IIS Eighth 
Lantbrecht John, 4\^ Hanover 
Lang iohn V. U^So Washingt/ja 
Lind P. H. 81 Maverick " 
Litchliold & Fot, 78 West Cedar 
Loud J. C. & E. A. :W I'ritwie, IM 

Salem, Litf Hanover, S: .322 North 
Mahe-ux .Mary L. Mrs. 22 Fabin 
Martial F. 42 Northampti>ii, and 

Stoughten, K. Huds<jn, ward 16 
McArdle Henrv, Hi East 
MoDo'itt Robert, i<2 Broadway 
McDonald & Bird, 2li:! Wash. 
McGill J. 1.14 E, cor. Eielith 
McKenzJe A. VK Saleai 
McShane Henry, 1,12 North 
Mereflo J- HI* Washington, anft 

362 Tremont 
MiJler i. il Dorcfeester, and SB 

Pleasant 
Milletl Charles L.flf* W. Cedar 
Mitchell Robert, 1«73 Washington 
Morlock Jacob, 22 Fleet 
Morrill Geo. E. '«i Maverick, E.B. 
Morse A. S2 aud .'522 Broadway, 

and "100 Dorchester 
Mort<?n H. 145 Cam-bridge 
M'u.len Thomas, (i3 Grteu 
MuJler/ohn, M.5 I^leasant, and 54 

Dorchestei 
Murdock John .& Sen, <i87 Fourth, 

and Fifth. Iietween and P 
Mtiiray Edward W. .KS Broadwaf 

and 229 Fourth 
Newmarch H. S.S Bedford 
Parmelee L. G. r. 15 Chester park 
Pastor J. T. .34 LaGranee 
Perignv Joachiu P., 7 XVillard 
Perry Alm^ Ji. 18-3 Ruggles 
Poo e Wm. II. 1480 •Washington 
Rotibins B.7S Leverett 
Robertson Dani*). 1* Chadwick 
Rothfuchs Christian, ■2!K> HaiT. ave. 
Ku.gg M. F. 15'!4 Wsshingtoii, and 

1)59 Trenro-nt 
OCUELL PETER, 10(18 Wasli- 
^ ington 
Shields Barnes, 48 Leverett, S2 and 

167 Endicott, and 221 North 
Shute M. H. K'O Princeton, E.B. 
Shepaid Horatio G-, Hancock, cor. 

Winter, ward llj 
Smith Jonas G 11 Warren ave. 
Smith J. K. (i:i Maverick 
Smith Williaiii,,5i Poplar 
StECkpWe S. A. 12/» Fourth 
Staiiim ).,ewis A. 311 Foujrth 
Stone Ktjeii, 423 IJanover 
Taylor & Co. 857 Wash, and S.f 

1 uttle Thos. W. 104 Eesei: 
Vogel George, .52 Fifth 
Wachtler Mofitz.7 Parkisan 
Wakefield D. K. 71 .Maverick 
Wallace Wiiiliam, 291 Ha rison av, 
Weisbrood S. 41 Clarendon 
Welchlin Charles F. I''..'i2 Tremont 

and .57 West Dedham 
Weller C. 8 Holiis place 
W«itworth J. B. 317 Hirrison ave. 
Werner Francis, 1040 'l''remont 
Wesner Matthias, lii(> Tremont 
Weston Cliarlc* D. 7o Lincoln 
Wheaton W. H. Mrs. MO Eighth 
W"HITCO.MB E. D. 1S.H Wash- 
*' ington, 1«« Cabol, and 44 

Yeoman 
W'illard fc Bemis, Dearborn corner 

Dudley 
Wlun T. 291 and 495 Harrison av. 
Wood P. K. 18 Green, 12 Church, 

and Ul Portland 
Wyeth N. S. 139 Hiirrison ave. 
Young O. L. & C. L. l'« Pleasant 
Zielinger Charles, 372 Chelsea 



X«J,UXl/iCd) VXUUikS, Vases, Street, Boston, 4t. HUtXIA OS Jt Cof 



132 



BOSTON BTJSINESS DIRECTORY, 



Kakers' Ovens. 

Atkinson Joseph, 3U Court (Vule's) 
Bftking Powders. 

Bay State Baking Powder Co. 4 

Libeitv sauare 
Soutliwick Munuf. Co. 118 Cojn'l 

JBala.iice8. 

TTAIRBANKS, BROWN, & CO. 
^ UtiiVlilk 

UKliSTUN "WM, B. 9 and 11 
i'rieud 

Ballast. 

Brown J. & Sou, 18S Commercial 
Simons Nicholas. :iUa Coniiiieicial 

BiVuUs»(i>ee Music.) 

Bank. Safes auU I^ovUs. 

\lcPH£RSON E. M. 1» State 
-"-'- (.see page 704) 

Bankers. 

Attwood Gilbert & Co. 14 Mei- 

ehautsExeliange 
Banas, Coitin, & Co. 8* State 
UANK Of Ui-PUSIT,. F. A. 
-'^ llawley & Co. 1 i>evoiishli-e 
Bates & Aluee,3 Uevonslii.e 
Beuuttt c. H. & Co. 8State 
BlUKe Bios. ..<i Co. aS Stale 
Bolles Mattliew & Co,liO State 
Bowles Bros. & Co. 2/ State 
lirewster. Sweet, & Co. ■«) State 
Bnggs O. & Co. tiU State 
Brown Bros. & Co. Ulj State 
Brown Wm. B. U l.>o..ne 
Chase JR. Uiiriluer &. Co. ti2 Con- 
gress 
Coe James A. 7(5 Stale 
Cowles, Lovejoy, a Co. 39 State 
Curtis Uaniel Sargent, Wj. Stale 
Ijay K. L.. & CoUb, 31 KilDy and 

lU Lindall 
Doir Clarence A 40 State, roora2 
Dwight Cliarle8,.7l> State 
Fogg Bros. & Co. 20 Congress 
I'oote Si French, T Congress 
Fuller C. E. & Co. 2 State 
Gilbert B. W. U Ejtchange 
IJ .\WLE Y F. A. & CO-1 Devan- 
-'-'■ shire 
Hubbard Bros. & Co. 14 Dev'shire, 

room 2 
Huiinewell IL H. & Sons, 13 Sears 

uuildinK 
I/^IDUEK, PEABODY,& Ca 40 
■'^ State, room S 

Lawrence William F. 50 Congress 
Eee, Higginsoii, St Co. 40 State 
Lee Thomas J. & liill, 00 State 
AlcKinney Andrew, 7u State 
Milhin B. C. & Co. 25 Congress sq. 
Moors J. B. Ss. Co. 70 State 
Morse E. Rollins & Bro. 28 State, 

room 10 
Munroe John & Co. 41 State 
M ASU J!r CUSUING, 2 datll 

UAGE, KICIIAKDSON, & CO. 

••■ 70 State 

Parker & Cobb, 3% Devonshire 
Putnam Charles A. (JU State 
Richardson, iiill, & Co, 3 Sears 

building 
Holders, t>ush, & Co. 55 Congress 
Siiuth Edward .VI. &. Co. 47 Water 
OPENCER, VILA, & CO. 13 
"^ Congress 

Stevens, Amory,,& Co. 39 Sliite 
Stone & Downer, 2>j State 
Thayer J. E. & Bro. 21 Sears build. 
Tower,Giddings,-& Torrey, 74 State 
Walker J!j Alernam, 9 Congress 
Ward Samuel G. 28 State 
Warren Geo.W. & Co. HO State 
W ay Samuel A. & Co. 43 State 

Bar furnishing Cloods. 

IVl UNROE A. B. Jr. 08 Congress 
■^'■^ (see page (JJ9) 

Bar!;.^( Tanners'.) 

Burnham Bros., Old Harbor wharf 

and Broadway, cor. Dorch. ave. 

Barometer 3Canufs> 

tJUDULKSTON J. S. F. 96 

-'-'- Washington 

kJIEFERT CHAS. A. 70 Wash. 

Barrels; Casks, and 
Bungs. 

Boston Barrel Co., S. S. Gray, 

treas. Seventh, corner N 
Brown David, 51 Hampden 
CahiU Thomas, 170 Chelsea 
Smith Willard W. 184 Portland 



Basket Makers. 

pORTER JAMES, 145 Black- 
-*• stone 

Ba.skets and Toys. 
JJ^AKPER & CO. 44 Temple pi. 

Herman F. 106 Washington 
trEYER BROS. 100 Summer 

UARTHEIMULLER F. 4 Low- 

ell place 

rEAKNS-i..- 

tield (.see page Cti.2) 

ISatbs.^ 

BL O D G E T T CYRUS,, rear 
Marlboro' Hotel, 231 Wasliiug- 
ton (Turkish,.vapor, sulphur 
fume, and electro-ehemical, 
see page 608) 
Bruce Cyrus, Craaie's bridsre 
Herchenroder John, 1480 Wash. 
Holland Wm. A 478 Washington 
l.,ipman J. C. 8;; Sudbury 
Veazie Wm. F., Warren bridge 

Bedding, Peathers,. <&c^ 

BruOrook E. H. 4 Union 
UKOOKS W. P. B. & CO. 114 
■"^ Blackstone, and 9 JMarshall 
UALLETr ft (.-Oi 17 Dock sq.. 

U ASKELL A. L. & SON, 124 
•^-^ Hanover 

llTOLM.\iS J. & CO. CO Union 
-'-'- and 47 Friend 
Hopkins Charles, 39 CornhiU 
H..rn & Co. ISiSi Wa»hingion 
INSTITUTION FOR. THE 
-■■ uLIND, iO Bromtield (oee 

page 091) 
Kittredge F. O. (Jiusltji),2l>- Canal 

LAWRENCE, WILDE, & 
liULli, +2 to 48 Cornbill 
Manning, Glover, & Co.l02 Hano'r 
PARSONS & TORRKY, 4<J0 and 
■•- 4(>t Washingiou 
Saminet G. A. 1.30 Blackstoue 
VV'III^ELER A. W. & CO. 21 
''' Union 

Beds, 

COBURN JAS. F. 69 Commer- 
uial (the Chase spring bed) 
PETXLnGILL * PEAR, 35 
■*• Bra I tie 

Bedstead Mi^nulT. 

rjOMlNS GEO. r. 13U North 

Beer, (,.Sinallor Root.) 
(lOBURN, LAN(i, & CO. 100 
^ Worcester (see page HSI>) 
PO.MSTOCK, iiUVE, Si CO. 30 
^ Canal 

Gushing John IL 278 Commercial 
Edwan.b P. 57 Chadwick Cspruci.> 
LiAlRBANKS MO&ES & CO., 
•*■ Howaid Athenaeum building 

^see page 1>S9> 
O'DonncU Bernard, 127 Charlest'n 
VINCENT, HATHAWAY, & 
'■ Co. 109 Broad 

Beer Powcders. 

"VrOYES PERSON, 47 India (see 
-'■' page G!M) 

Bell Founders. 

Blake Wm. & Co., Brighton, cor. 
Allen 

Bells. 

POSTER & ROBY, 178 and ISO 
■'■ Commercial 
Michant A. 541 Wash, (electric) 
Naylor & Co. Oliver 

Bell Hangers. 

RLACKWOOD ALEXANDER, 
^ 1772 Washington 
Chandler S. S. 1176 Wash. 
Crane A. B. 5 Beach 
piULLER SETH W. 25 Devon- 
^ shire (see page (JSS) 
Hall E. P. G. 52 Emerson 
Harrington Geo. E. 25 Province 
tIARROD B. C. 480 Tremont 

HOLMES E. T. & CO. 3 
Mi.k (see page 661) 

UIOR-VN BROS. 1209Wa8hing- 
-'-'■ ton 

a OWE NAPOLEON B. 479Tre- 
^^ mont 

James George E. 10 Maverick stj. 
Janes D. W., Albany, cor. Way 
Phelps Charles, 106 Court 
Rowe A. E. & Co. 5 Washington 

Bellovrs .Alanut". 

Garland James, 136 Lincoln 



Belt <fs I^ea.t1». Staffing^ 

MO YES PERSON, 47 India (see 
-'■'• page 694) 

Belt Studs. 

TTOOD G KO. H. (LJlake's patent> 
-EJ- 97 V7ater 

Belting. 

{See aUn Leather Belting,.) 
Ambrose J. S. 65 Hanover 
Boston Besting Co .57 Summer 
UOSTON ELASTIC FABRIC 
-" CO. 28 -Milk 

/iLAPP, EVANS, a ca 2S- 

^ Summer (rubber aad leather, 

see page (W9) 
nL.\RK A. N.&.CO. (raanufs.) 
^ 61 Kilby and 99 Water (see p. 

i;9 ) 
PORBETT A. O. 13 Battery- 
^ march (leather,, rubber, lace 

leather, &c., see page 642) 
JU ILL, CLARKE, & CO. 80 Milk 

JJ^OOD GEORGE H. 97 Water 

I-l UNT, TV.aTCHELL,.& C0.97 
'-^ Devonshire, and 22 Mortori 

place (see page 698) 
[Vf.^Y&CO. 1 Broad (see inside- 
-"-*• back cover), 
pAGE E. F. & CO. 46 Congress 

PRATT R. W. & CO. 33 Haver- 
-'■ hill 

pUTNAM Si ALLEY, 3 Federal 
-^ (leather and rubberV 
iriNG CHARLES W. lOom U 
•'■^ basement, Merchants build- 
ing, Congress, cor.. Water 
VVlil-t^ll ^ GRIFFITHS, 145 &. 
''^ 147 Federal (see page 688) 

WILSON J AMES W. & CO. 79 
and 81 Haverhill 
VyOODS S. A, &CO. 67 Sudbury 

Belting OU. 

lyj OYES PERSON, 47 India (see 
-'-^' page 694) 

Bill Posters. 

Donnelly John .'it Sons, 9 Wilson 

lane 
Kelly, Foley, & Co. 5 Williams ct. 

Billiard Rooms. 

Prailt-y & Marshall, 114 Sudbury 
Burke a Dixon, B'A Washington 
Cumertord J. & Co 73 Hanover 
Cuumngnam F. H. 57 Temple pi. 
Curran C. L. S. 59 Kneeland 
Daniels E. 7 Green 
Davis James, 1519 Washington, 
Dooley William, 3ii7 North 
Emerson & Co. 44 Portland 
Eminel WiJliam, 18 Howard 
Garrigan James H. 53 Hanover 
Goell Frank A. 139 Washington 
Hancock S. A. 101 Cambridge 
Hess Charles, 15 Eliot 
Homer Valentine, 1863 Wash. 
Howard & Spaulding, 73 Hanover 
Jones Charles G., irieud, coruei 

iMurket 
Jones W. Gordon, 3W Wash. 
Kane James, li'way, cor. Emerson 
Leckie Charles D. 1.557 Wash. 
Leonard Dennis P. 291 Dorchester 
Liesenfeld Anthony, 105 Pleasant 
Lowd T. tiuincy, 84 W. Spring- 
held 
Marhare E. T. 240 Meridian, E.B. 
Mivrsh H. A. 538 Washington 
Marshall J. H. & Co. 23 i»Jeridian 
Massie A. M. 1012 Washington 
Masters E. W. & Co. 47 Hanover 
Merrill Sc Dalton, 12 Maverick 
Mitchell T. 577 Washington 
Murphy John C. 1020 Wash. 
Neal Albert D. 1339 Broadway 
Newhall L. C. 75 Court 
Newman Chiirles, 6 Canal 
Newton W. W. 115 Court 
Nolan T. F. 10.54 Washington 
Noonan T. 723 Washington 
O'Connor Patrick, basement Sher- 
man House 
Page George,339 Broadway 
Philip Alexander M. 514 Wash. 
Pitcher J. W. 1 Coolidge ouilding 
Portlock Charles, 567 Washington 
Pratt Henry, Neponset ave, cor. 

Walnut, ward 16 
Start R N. 1028 Washington 
Stoddard Geo. H. 8 Lindall 
Tilton Joseph A. 2,30J Meridian 
Twickler Theo. 809 Wash. 
Williams T. P. 185 Blackstone 
Wirth & Becker, 45 Ehot 
Wright B. S. & Co., 83 Court 



ri h Cf X'T'VrrTTTJ T7C at Manufacturers' Prices, 369 Washington St., Boston, 
(jAO X. 1A.1 UAhEiO K. lK01.X<IiMGS <& CO., Mauulacturers. 



BOSTON BUSINESS DIEECTOEY. 



133 



nnnard TaMc AXaliers. 

Bnilev A. W. IW Hixrrison ave. 
■I>Rfr,GS (). L., over Boylston 
■' ' Arnrkut. room S 
^ AME 3. E. & CO. 114 Sudlsury 

Heims neiirv.l'lCi Sudbury 
SclioulliT Mi liHii ■Washington 

XSillfard Table Trim's. 

Havens S. 'X Court 

Birds and Cages. 



/:;iREENLEAFG J. & ANTIIO- 
^ NY, 1114 Conrt (see poL-e <»' ]) 
r? EICIIE CHAS. & BKO. » Bow- 
^^ doin sn. 
I^ICE GEO. E. CG Eliot 

WALKER F. A. & CO. 8S and 

" 85 Corn hin, and 6 and S Brat- 
tle (cages) 

ISitters Maniif. 

f^LAPPGEO. P.^l and II Cam- 
^ bridge (East India Root, see 

pnpe «r,fl) 
DUDLEY & THORNTON, S? 
'^ Kilhv (Jockey Club) 
Farrie Wni. A. & Co. I6(i Sudbury 

(sherry srine) 
National Tonic Bitters, Rajsjsdeli 

St Co. 37 La Grange 
M'insiow Clark D. 4 .Mereh. row 
<CMITH RALPH & CO. 28 Ex- 
*- change 

Black Board Manufs. 

A MERICAN TABLET CO., 29 
■^ Brattle, H. A. Clark, agent 

BlackiiLg. 



HRAY & HAYES, 14.5 Milk, agt. 

Day St Martin, and French 
«ROWN B. F. & CO. 133 Fulton 
"•' (see page €S0) 
Cahili M. S. 118 Congress (ironze) 
Collainore William, t-fi N. Market 
Cra^in L L. & Co. 144 State <:Dob- 

bins) 
Cutler C. H. 1 Pearl 
Hauthaway d L. & Son-s, % and 

■9S High 
Mason's Challenge Blacking, Geo. 
Merrill, a?ent. M South Market 
PACKARD FRED (crown drees- 
'^ ing) W.' Cont^rvss 
PATTEN O. O. (dressing, fce.) S 
"■ Pearl st. House 
VJICHMON'D CHARLES C. fc 
*" CO. 26CeDtraiwhari'.<hariies8 

oil) 
Stewart Geo. C. 4S Broad 
White & Grant, 1 Pe.nrt 
Whittemore D. 124 Congress 

Blark ■.,esd. 

»rnE RISING SUN STiSVE 
-»■ POLISH fc BLACK LEAD 
WORKS. Atorse Bros. proDG., 
Canton, Mass.; soSdiy Farfar 
Foilett, & O). 73 blackttooe 
(si-e page 767) 
Schuroaiher J. & Co. W Doaae 
Webb Robert, U Bhiekstone 

Black8nxii:.fa». 

(.See akn Hurse Slioers; aim SJi-i^- 

Baker John., 8 First 

Barrr John,«0 Hampden 

Bartlett S. A., Eeed, cor. Korth- 
ampton 

Batterraan John & Son, 4J1 Karri- 
son ave. 

Benton G. A. & Co. KO Dorch. are. 

Berry G. W., Nerionset ave. aear 
Walnut, ward I<j 

Blood & Judkins, W.) Beach 

Bond Jarvis VV. J^H Sliuvruiut ave. 

Brackett .-Vcdrew D.{a2 sliawniut 
aveniie 

Brock Win. 21.57 Washingiton 

iirown Pairick, ConinierciaL opp^ 
Washington, war.l K 

Burnhaiu & Lowell, 84 Chardon 

Buss George W. & Co.il« to 126 
Uover 

Callahan N. 23 Stillman 

Campbell Frank i. U UaWking 

Carroll R., Second, cor. H 

(; HAD WICK A. R. 124 Dover 

Chisholm Alexajcder, Si Lii>eo>n 
Coalman P. 4iv; Blue Hill ave. 
Connolley T., F. cor. Third 
Copithorn W. E. &J.S5 Riehmorwl 
Cornwh John, 12 People's Ferry av. 



Crane II.. Wash. n. River, wd. !6 
Croft James T !I7 Beverly 
Cunningham Wm. H '.X', Fourth 
Daitnn J. W., NeiMwiset uv. wd. 16 
Daniels John, I>orohester ave. n. 

Commercial, ward 1<! 
Dtsay TinioHiy, f\iot Chestnut 
Dsvern Wm. 2-% Blue Hill ave, 

opp. Mavwood 
Dodge & Rowell, ms Portland 
Donovan J., Neponset ave., near 

Taylor, ward l(i 
Donovan Thoinas, SW Second 
Dow Jonathan R. 3 Lin>e 
Dowd D. $1 J. 5.1 Piihiier 
Dutton Wi'linni,.?! Pitta 
Eat<in II. R. 117:1 Tremont 
Ellison Geo.W.&Co., Haii'coc'k, n. 

Columbia, ward K 
F«ll Henry. 277 Federifl 
Flavin James. 18 Tni lor 
POSS A. S. 246 Sumner, E.B. 

Grirrety .Martin, rear 1204 Tremont 
Geraihlv Wm. I.il7 Tr •inont 
(J OLDIE BROS, ad W. Dedhara 

GoldrupSohn, Neponset av.enue. 

Rear Taylor 
Grouse Danidl. 374 Shawraut ave. 
Hllgl!l'r^y John, Doreh. ave. n«ar 

C(mimerci:jl, ward K 
Hall H. G. mi Beach 
Hartigan J 4114 Ilariison avenwe 
Hersey & Scaimeil, River, aSjove 

N«rioik 
Hewitt .lohn, 2S Hampshire 
His'gin'* & McCarfny, Liverpool, «i. 

CcHtral square 
Koolcor David S. 127 Sumner 
H.rn 1 . M. I.i8 Poitliind 
Howe T. W. m Hampden 
Keefe Martin, 4.W Harrison av*. 
Kennedy John, SS Trovers 
Lakin S\ Ivesler .■5a'5 Bioad 
Lazell Wm . H. «i Bnmstead €t. 
Leavitt Samuel, Hancock, comer 

Ciilumbia. -nard W 
Lewis Joel W. 45 Richmond 
Lewis & Brown, 2(i4 Broad 
Lord & Brown, 31 2 Dorchestera:»«. 
Low Wm. H 22 Harvard p^ace 
Mack N. 914 Shawmut ave. 
Maclean Edward, AdaniB, near 

Park, vrard JG 
_J^£AGRATH P. H. 21 Lancaster 

Manninr? G. W. 2S Morton pi. 
TV/IASON LEWIS & SON, 631 
-^*-'- Wareliaen 

McBarron & Lucas, 67 E. Dedham 
McBarron & Paton. ,55 EioeraW 
MeClosky D. A. 4.'i Sumner. E.B. 
MeDoUiiid John, ConimtrcJal, n. 

UnK)n, ward 1*3 
McDonald T1k)s , Longwood aye. 

■near Parker 
McGill Hugh, Piympton, near Al- 

hany 
Mclntire & Buziell, 127 Fordnad 
Mcintosh Jas. F. ilH Shawmut aw. 
Mclvee II. J.?,2£ Second 
McKejiney Daniel, Ifi Decatur 
lyrcLAUTHLIN G.T.&OO. 130 
•^-^ Fulton (see page <;74) 
McMUfiTRIE HOEACE fe 
-^'-^ CO. 51 Water, room f3 
Meade Wm. fi!S Harrison .we, 
MennigGeor-ge, Pai-ker, ii. Long- 
wood a\'e. 
Mildram S. B,, Fciierai, oor. Mt 

Washington ave. 
■JVJOODY & BURNETT, 12 and 
-^'^ 14 Bowkt r 
Korris Peter, *!7 Blue HiR ave. 

■\tount p],easant tool 

■'^^ WORK.s, Nirfolk ave. 

Mountjoy Wm.!22 Poner, E.B. 

Mullowney Michael, ll.i Merrioioc 

Murpin jTon.ntharu .HI Bowfcer 

Murphy Patiiclc, vl First 

Kewmau A. W. 44 Eustie 

O'Brien P.WS Harrison ave. 

O'Cailahan J. C, Colwiibia, OBp. 
Bird,wnrdl(i 

Oliver & Williams, 22J Pitts 

Onderdonk M. C. :«i"Uroaxl 

O Neil John, S Farnham 

O'Suliivan Dennis F^ Albany, e. 
E. Canton 

Periy & Bic!rtbrd,58 Beverly 

Price C. II. 13 North Anderson 

Ray Richard. Granite, Bi«ton wf. 

Ray Robert. 'Mi Second 

Richards Du^'id W. 5S1 Commer- 
cial 

RiUy John, rear<?f) Hampden 

r> OBERTfi J. L. fc CO. 6;? Merri- 

''^ mac 

gOBINSON A. E. 158 fieooni 

Rourke * Co. 135 Beach 



D 



Sawyer W. W. 65 Beverly 
Scannell Dennis M., River, n. Nor- 
folk, ward m 
Shiifer ,V: O'Connor, 112 Orleans 
Shepard Wm. lllfi Trnvers 
gl.MPSON D. S. IV4 Beach 

gMITHG. W. & F. 40S Federal 

CMITH&LOVETT, 125 to 12S 

^ Albany 

CTONE HENRY N. 13-2 Com- 

^' mercial (see page lii.i) 

Stone W. P. 179 First 

Sweenev James. fl:l Hampden 

'J^HOMAS JOHN, Se Eustis 

Tnckermnn W. I. 2TO Doivh. ave. 
TWITCriELL & LIBBY, ii 

Causeway 
Warren & Busby, 59 Hampden 
Weekes Ri.hard, 224 Centre 
Weeman Marshal! F., Blue Hill 

ave. cor. River, ward IB 
WH'SON J. W. &-C0.79 and 81 
** Haverhill 

BIii«k Walnut Frames. 

ODGE. (COLLIER, & PER- 
KINS, 115 Wash, (see p. G41) 

Bliaiilc Book MaiiuC 

gROWNGEO. B. & CO. 94 State 

/I UTTER, TOWER, & CO. 83 

^ .MiJk 

DARLING CHAS. K. 15 Ex- 

cbans/e 
J) tLAND W. L. 22 Congress 

T)OANE fc GEEENOUGH. llfi 
^ State 

Fletclier D.nvid B. .30 Bromfield 
Q.AY AARON R.& CO. 13B State 

G.iv Richard L. &<:o.63 Milk 
/<ROO.M THOMAS & CO. 82 
^ State 

Hallgre-'n K. J. fe Co. 73 Milk 
riAM.METT i. L. 37 and SS. 
"-^ Brattle 

MOOPt;R, LEWIS, & CO. 120 
■^■^ and 52 ■ State 
Humphrey B. F. 114 State 
Learned t. S. & O). US Dcvon.shire 
Lirtle N. fe Co. 49 Cornhill 
rOCKE S. B. & CO. .34 and .3€ 
^ Cornhill 
jy([cADAMS JAMES, 74 State 

Merrick C. L. & Co. 27 Cernhill 
\TICH0..S4.- H.^.LL, 32 Broin- 

-^^ field (see page (KI) 

Walker Bros. 144 Hanover 

T^Y ARD SAMUEL & CO.S State 

"WAREEN M. K. & CO. U 

** School 

yEBRINTON F. M. 117 Sum- 
mer (see page 701) 

Blcaoheries- 

CSeealso Bimnet &■ Hat Bleack- 

Fisher Wm. L..yj(i Washinetnn 
Lowell, S. .G. Snelling, 82 Milk 
Middlesex, James Lee, jr. a India 
gTOREIi J.W. 5ty Washinytoa 

Bliud and Sash Makers* 

Mcintosh Henry M. til Hampshire 

(fastenings* 
WASHBURN B. D. K" Con- 
gress 

BI<»werK. 

eturtevant B F. 72 Sudbury 

Bluejuj;. 
Bay State Color Co. 2(1 N. Market 
DROWN B. F.& CO. 133 Fultoii 
■" (see page ftsi.') 
HartslKjrn E ft Sons, 18 Blacksfne 
National ClieniicaJ Co., CD. VN ejd 

fc Bro. 4<J Central 
gAWVER U. 2U North Market 

Boaj-ding Houses. 

Adauis N. W. 14,8 Court 
Ames Asa, 4 .Montgomery pi. 
Anderson Delia B.<*4 Essex 
Atkinson Chas. H. I.55 Court 
Augustine F, 1718 Wa.shingtfia 
Bagley Daniel/. 4.5<; Hanover 
Bambauer Jacob, lit .Ivery 
Bay Charles, 1272 Tremont 
Bedell A. \>. 12 Parmenter 
Bell Richard, 1+4 Salcni 
Bennett T. 2(1 Moon 
Berry John B. )i7 Harrison ave. 



OHiS StOVftS *""* Meaters, (Bas Flat Irons, Apuaratiis for OAS for n 



iimerons 
StfeeU 



IM 



BOSTON BUSINESS DIEECTORY. 



Berry Marj^H. Miss. 80 Myrtle 
Berry Sarah, Mrs., Union, corner 

C«iinin*reial, ward Ifi 
Bigelow T. K. Mrs. 1417 "Wash. 
Billings Johsi,7's2 Wasbinstoo 
Bowtnan Isaaa. .SJS Hanover 
Brackett B. F. 74 Essex 
Bradford J. R. Mrs. .S2 Poplar 
Brig^ Harriet, Mrs. 740 Wash. 
Brown Solomon, 47 Clark 
Bryent George, IfiRr Washington 
Burgess S. 0, 73 Harrison ave. 
Carleton Sarah B. 39 Bordtr, E.B. 
Carr Alfred, 2 Lrnde 
Carter Mary T. "5BuJfineh place 
Carter Sirsan B. S6 Marginal 
Cass F. B. Ki Shawravjt avenne 
Caulkins I,. B. Mrs. 1.S2 Suinne? 
Clark Rebecca Mrs. 8Hi Wash. 
Code WilJiam', 14 Parnienter 
Colb.Tt .Iohn,Mrs. .S58 HanoTer 
Cole Albert C. Mrs. 3H Upton 
Cole Win. Mrs. » Ashburton pla^e 
Collamore Elva. Mrs. 213 a»d 22» 

Canibridsre 
Collins A. S. 2.S Tyler 
Collins John H. S!>H»rris6)» aTe. 
Collins M. !>..•« Fleet 
Colsr.n W. A. Mrs. 2I> Chester pari 
Cook Thonyis, 11$ Charlestown 
Cormier J. H. STi'(»toit 
Cumrriinss C. B. Mrs. * All^oa 
Cushing E. 51 1/img whart 
Davis U. Mrs. .".ftA 
Beichert John J. .So EeaeJi 
»ill «ieo. K. 3ft North Bennet 
Bolan Cliristopher, .'IGiilTannTey 
Prowdy Mary Mrj. m Wafl 
Drvnan J. 2.'> Fleet 
Dunber Peter £. Miu 10 M^nJ- 

eoniery place 
Eldredjre Bets.-y Mrs. ICJny 
Emery Charles, 2i'> Uorchester 
Dnos A. 13 Fi it 
Faber Sarah, Mis*, 4 La tlrang* 
rarnum Geo. H. }0 Soring 
TellowsO. S. Mrs. 227 D 
Finnegan Luke, 37 l.owell 
Fletcher S. A. 5 Chelsea. E.B. 
Fletcher S. A. Mrs. 2iiM<-trop»l}- 

tan plnc« 
Callagher Owen .7. 149 Dov«r 
Garhardt i. rear *5 I' liot 
Gaiely Thos. iMis. 70Uuie.n Pk.st. 
Gates Geo. (JB Fifth 
Gleason Jnlin W.SJliidiasa plat* 
Golartl E. 22 Fleet 
Griltin E. 7:r Rrehnaond 
Griffin i\[. Sll Kiclunnnd 
Haines Francis, ll> Mixin 
Hanning R. W. Mrs. IK Eassa 
Harper H. IC! Meridian 
Harris Win. A. Mrs. 206 Harr. av. 
Hulier Anna Mr3.2!< Portland 
Herman Charles, 20.5 aail -ZW EBc-t 
Uersam E. S. Mrs. 222 HaB&ver 
Mickey Catharine, 26 MiDoi 
Hickie .7ohii, 14 Portland 
Higgiiis E. A. T Wesley plate 
Howe Cliariotte, T Bulfinch place 
Howe Gt-e- C Montgoroer.7 place 
Hu^isey James, 14 Monigomery pi. 
Jackson Geo. A. 46 Charter 
Johnson D. B. Mrs. 14 N. Bennet 
Johnston Harriet, 7(J to W* Green 
Kaler E. R. 24 Sumner, E. B. 
Xa er Nancy J. IIH; Sumner, E.B. 
Kellv .lohn, 44 Cross 
KiSilgren & 'I jernblom,7(> Han'rer 
King J!i»e Mrs. 52Priaee 
Kh)tzhack Theo. HI Carver 
Knecht Jae«b,n4 C 
Knight Emily Mrs. r6DoT«r 
Kuowiton J. 2 Bowdoin 
Laiis G A.HiFri.nd 
lyane Thomas I). IKS LcTeretl 
laveau A. > Lftwefl 
Lawrence Alice B. T Davis 
Lever Joseph, 521 Harrison ave. 
IE WIS E. ,T. 470' and 4r2 lian- 
-^ over 

Lithgi.e John, 2fi6 North 
Little H. B. 241 Harrison ave-. 
Uttle I>uty , li24 I'remont 
Littlefield E,J. ]■(« Tyler 
J.,oring Samuel V. 7 Carabridpe 
Lowe Geo. 28 >..aM carter 
March T. L. Mrs. & Montgora'y pi. 

and IS43 Shawmiit ave. 
Martin Antonio, 9 Meridian 
]yj[ARTIN JOSEPH, .3 Lewis 

May Pamelia, 7 AUston 
Mcbonald John H. .372 Hanove? 
McKenney S. .\Irs. lliS Coart 
McKenzie Mary Miss, 41 R-iuee 
McLeod Danier, 2(iSCoramer<"ia] 
Minnehan M. A. H Meridian 
Monard L. .3G(> Hanover 
Morse D. L. 12 Bowdoin 
Muixh Mary A. 197 Soraner, E.B. 



Norcross A C. 3 Eulfinch plate 
Osgood E. B. !? Camliriiige 
Page John W. 24S Cabot 
Palfrey M. L. Mrs. 1271 Washin'ta 
Parktr Love, Mrs. S Bowdoin 
Pettis L. A. 13^ Cooper 
Phillips Charles, 8 SsiIcto 
Phillips Geo. H. '^5 Chambe/s 
Pbllard Isaac. 27 Somerset 
Pond William, 1 BartleW pi. 
Pr at J. H. liTSO Washington 
Ri.herts S. E. Mrs. 24 Essex 
Kodriquez Ralph, •J22 Hansve/ 
Roth Aug SLi Granee 
S:dlnrs'Honie. Sa'Purehase 
S'dlenger Sarah W. tJ? Beach 
Savage- .Margaret, 12 La Grange 
Sawyer IF. A. l."i Meridian 
ScanlsTt P. J. Mrs. 143 Salem 
Smith Geo. 84 Friend 
Snow Ada Mrs 127»Washinjrtf>n 
Spras'ie Geo. H. 44 Cambri<3gc, * 

4 Hanci c-k 
Stanwood I.»oi9* M. Ms. 7^8 

Washjnelon 
SteinkranssChas. 7-. 2ft Catrseway 
Stortdarrl S^. P. TilMWashhi-ton 
Stone S. O. rs*) Wiishinston 
Stevens E. J. Mrs.ThlV Harrison av. 
Thomnson .los. W. I'.i' .Mericliaa 
TTJEKN^LOM J. O. re Hanover 

Tnllev Cathannc, W2S Trer/JonJ 

Toght Albert, 7,5 Eliot 

Wafter CarolTne iVfrs. 1073 Wash. 

W. teh Wm. .in S'alem 

Wen'ge Herman, .5 Favetttcnnrt 

Whitcher X A. .Mrs. ITS' -}iai>rm»» 

avenue 
WliitH C. 4rSai7em 
White Marv J. Srii' HanoTer 
White M. M. Mrs. If< Pemftrolte 
White M. J. Mrs. » Mnrgmur 
Wfgr.troan Clara D. Afrs. 1 Frajj- 

cis place 
Wilkins .tugusSns, 72 Portland 
Wilson Katie F. Mrs. 17l» Wash. 
TToocJImrii F. C. 27 Dover 

1UART1N JAMES & S€>N\ 714 
-*'■-* Commercial (see page Wi) 

ISoats A: Boat Build e-rs. 

a NDEKSON WM. L. fnot of K 

B5b7>er Bros. fnoS of Sixth 
Brooks L. S. IftiSunm'r 
Crasin S Sheldon, uH Broad 
TiAVIS HrK.VM A llio Sumner, 
-^ E.B. (see page (■.77) 
7J ORG AN THOMAS, O, corner 
-•■^ Seventh 

Macomher C. D., P, cor. S\:xti\ 
Nnn'ro,*!? Wm. T. 2?17 Comniereial 
O'Kilev Garret, Carlton's wharf 
Partcfuw C. M. fr. 3S3 Comroerrial 
Pierce Brothers', >-lil Sixth, near? 
Tierce .7. H. 77.') Sumi>er, E.R. 
Ritchie J. A. 171 Sunrne-, E.B. 
Vallely Thos. 9S Sumnrr. E.B. 
Winsor Parker, 1.3 ConimerT whf. 

ISontK to lie£. 
ANDERSON WM. L. foot of K 

Coyne Patrick, T^ehth,cfir. O 
fl" RGAN THOMAS, O, comer 
-'■■'- Seventh 

Macoint)pr C. D., P, cor. Sixth 
Winters P. fbot of Convmc'rrial vrf. 

Boiler Fflting. 

OORBETT A. O. 1-3 Battery- 
^ march (hairsnd wool, see p.U'f2) 

Bo'Ier Iron. 

T'AFT .TOllN B. 70 Oliver (sei 
■*■ front colored page) 

Boiler ^afeer«. 

ALLEN a ENDICOTT, 3Lfb- 
-^^ ertv sa 

ATLANTIC WORKS, 7? 
-^ Border, E.B. 
Brsyton Geo. B. SB Court 
Carnpbc71, Whiltier, a Co. 777S 

Tremont 
pHllBBUCK S. E & SONS, SH 
^ Tremont 

f 1LOGSTON T. S. & CO. 80 and 
^ 82 Sudbury 

Groiivenor J. A. 17Pemberton sq. 
^ILL, CLARKE, & CO. S© Milk 

TJINKI,EY* WILLIAMS 

-'-'- WORKS, .5.52 Harrisan ave. 
TJODGE E. & CO.l()0 Liverpool, 
■* * near Centra) s«. E.B. (see 

paee fiTRl 
T ALLY JOHN, First. cor. Gran- 
^ ite 
LORING HARRISON, City Pt. 



IVr AYNAKD JAMES A., Wewsf. 
-"■*- E.B. <see pn^ B,5S) 
McLAUTHLIN GEO. T. & CO. 
-"-*■ 120 Fulton (see page (574) 
Mc^IURTR'E HORACE & CO. 
-^'^ 51 Water 
Miles George, First, near B 

OSBORN LOtllS. 72 Marginal, 
E.ii. <see page 6711) 
pUTNAM « ALLEY, 3 FederaJ 
■* (dealers> 

eOUTHER JOHN & CO. fooS 
*-' of A 
"^HITELEY K.61 Charlestown 

"WOODS 9. A. & CO. 67 Su'S- 
^' bury 

Boiler KiTees <fe Tutoes. 

I OTUROP Si CO. 74 to 20 Cus- 

*-* torri House st. 

National Tnbe Work* Co. 11 Pem- 

tiertuo so. 
■WALES BROS. 17 Battery- 
'* march 
YyALWORTH J J. & CO. 3 

Boiler XaXi>e Scrapers. 

NJEWELL JAMES S. & CO. 53 
-' and 55 Haverhill (see p. 870) 

Bolt nia&crs. 



Bolt Kope. 

l,> E A R 1 N G . E O D M A N , ft 
-s SWIFT, 23 and 25 Commercial 
(see i)age l!9s; 

BoKf a g^ Cloths. 

TTOLMES «! BLANCHARD, 6 
HayinarkeC sq. (see p. (jf>7) 

Bolts, 9fut!',«S2: Yf^;iLsher8. 

lOrilRDP * CO. 14 to20Cu3- 

^ torn Uoiv.-;e St. 

MAY •.I CO. I Broad (see inside 

•^ back cover> 

[I S. STANDARD NUT Cat 

^ - Lindall 

Bonds, Brarcs, Cbect^s, 
eSf. 

"RUFFORD JOHN H. 490 Wash.- 
-" ington 

Bonnet and Bat 
Bleaobers. 

.aMrich E. C. l!tl Washington 
Baker Nelson, ITy W ashjngton 
Clark & Pitts, llitJ SoBaner, E.B. 
Cntlerefemes, 22 Hanover 
Dorman Charles H. 18.57 Was7». 
!'i»her W. xd.l/.tlCour* 
Kins- D. J. 4-'» Washington 
pOOL BROTHERS, lliHaDovei 

gTORER i. M'. 533 Washington 

Taft Samuel, 251 Washington 
Thonxjis .J. & Co. IS-Provhiee (hat) 
Thompson H. B. }«!(; Washington 

Bonnet Fjmuie Manufs. 

^IKCU Jt CO. U Suiamer 

J-[ENDEE.SON R. B. I»Milk 

Hodges ?'. F. 170 Washington 
Lovejoy C. A. & Co. 25 Avon 
IHorgan C. * Co. 22 Winter 
Si:7iusCPr Ernest. lit Essex 
gHEPLIE Dk L. & CO. 17 Milk 

BoW'k >%gency. 

eXURGES B. R. SI Washing- 
^-^ ton, room 15 (general agency 
fi^ subsei ip-tio& books) 

Bookbinders. 

Abbott S. K. & Co. 13 WashingJoQ 
Adams Benj. 27 Cornhill 
Adams .<.' Baker, 13 Washington 
Adams 4 Yenetchi, BO Washin^t'E 
Bradley Ira & Co. 20 Washington 
Carter Geo. P. & Co. TO Sudl>ury 
Chick & Andrews, 21 Franklin 
Coieuiasi George & Co. SI Milk and 

1.34 Washington 
Cohnaii Geo. & Co. 174 Wash. 
Coojinl:M:'S& Bullin.g,.34 Cii/rni:ill 
pROWELL THOS. Y. succes- 
^ sor t.. Benf. Bradley 4 Co., SC 

Washington 
FLEMING EDWIN & CO. 7© 
■*• and S2 Sadhnry 
Foster H. T. 103 Court 
Gorham Asdrew, 13rt State 
Guardenier John, 5& Biomtiel<3 
Harris .* Eeles, 511 BroBi field 
ilersey Charles, 179 Washington) 



A large assort- XT c^vr^at^-na. Chandeliers and r,amps, at K. BOJLI.INOS <fe CO., 
meKt oC XVt/lUot/llU 309 Wasluugtou Street, Bostou. 



BOSTON BUSINESS DmECTORY. 



135 



VT 01. Z K R U. 541 Washln^on 

.Taekson Tluodnro. H Morton pi- 
Mi-rrick C. I-. S: Co. -'< CornhiU 
SIo..rc ^U'\-. 11 Rnimhcld 
K.inil ()..T.;'.i Milk 
Kiplfv .loai'pli W. -n Com'niU 
Roberts .). Vi. .'« Co.lO Chapman pi. 

•ind 1/ Province „ 

puss WII.l.IAM H. 15 Water 

Sanborn S. H. 3PI ITanover 
SeUlenestickir 3 . liS Washin gtou 
Terrv llenrv O.R2 Sivlbury 
TvleV Charles E. "i". Rilby 
iriman Wni. ^-It "WaslunghMi 

Bookbiinlers' Stoclt and 
Tools. 

DERRY J. & J. & Co.'dS Cornhi'il 

Gime n. A. & Son. ffi Corr.hiK 
Marshall, Son, & Co. 47 Cornhitl 

Book Lettcrins ttaA 
!iitain|>ing. 

i^HASE WM. P. 4't Wastringtwa 

Book Haser. 

Hathaway Alfred, IKi Waeliingfn 

Booksellers jinrt Tuh- 
nshers. 

CSee also reriodicah.'i 
Adams. Sampson, & Co. sec Samp- 
son, Darenport, Sc Co. 47 C«ii- 
gress 
%3ams fe Co. 'JS Bromfield 
Allen .T. IL .Wfi WashinatoE 
Allyn .Tohn, 21 Bromfield 
Am. Viss. Assoc S Pe'obeiton Sij. 
Am. S. S. Union, 4« Win'er 
Am. Tract So.'i^ty, 117 Wash. 
Am. Tract Sooiety, N. E. Branch, 

116 Wash'.KSton 
Am. Unitarian Assoc. 82 Chauney 
Backup iohn. 18» Dudley 
B.irtlett N. J. S2 and fi4 Cornhril 
SostOK News Co. 4 Province Ot. 
Bowles Leonard C, Beacon, «xtll 

door from Tremont 
Sradlev Ira 4: Co. 2fi Washiagton 
Brewer & Tileston., 17 Milk 
Brigffs & Co. -ifl K.lby , 

Brooks D- B. t Bro. m Wa-sh. 
Brooks ,Tohn I). F. 2<» Wash. 
Brown Bros. SI Exchange (Cath.) 
Brown F. C ■''. Tremont r.ivr, rm. H 
OROWN GEOR'&E B. & CO.M 

State 
Brown H. A. & Co. 144 TremOEt 

(illustrated) , ^ 

Burnham T. O. H. P. CS Schood 
.Butler H. Vincent, .W Woshtngtsn 
Campbell .Tames, 16 Treraont 
Carter * Pettee. S Beacon 

CLAPP DAVID & SON, 334 
Wash. .<see pace fcSD 
iflLAPP <)TlS,.3BeaCM»(hooi«e- 
^ opathie) 

■Clark fe JohiNion, ^2 C«rn1iiK 
"Colesworthy Chirl.s .1. 57 C< «nl 
Coiesworthv D. C.'Cli CornhiK 
■Coma. Pub "Society, l''. C^rnliill 
•Crocker, Corntsh, & Co. 515 Wash. 
•Crocker 6 Brewster, .il Wash. 
"Crown L. P. & Son, S CornhlU 
Cummings S. P. 22 Merchants Ex. 
Davis Robert 8. & Co. 3« Bromfi'd 
Denntt Wm. II. !B2 Wastiingtore 
Dockham C. A. S« Wiishiiigton 
Donahoe Patrick, 19 Franklin 
:Orake I. M'E. IS BoyUton 
Drake S.G. (antKuaraan) Ij Broot- 

tield 
Pudlev Deaii, 8 Congress 8<{. 
Earle James II. 9G Washington 
Ellsworth Oliver, 7:i Cornhdl 
Ford J. B. & Co. 11 Bromfield 
Fuller Horace B. U Bro-nfield 
Gannett H.iward, 2 TreinontTera 
iGatelv M. R. l.jll Trereiont 
Gill l5dwin H. 2';\ Broadway 
Ginn Brothers, Beacon, sixth doer 

from Tremont 
Gleason F. 47 Summer 
Golden .Iohn jr. 1.56 Tremant 
Gospel Book and Tract UepoKito- 
ry, T. W, Guliek, ag*. 2 Hamii- 

Gos* Geo. W. Old State Hou«e 
/I OULD & I.INC01.X,.5» Wask- 
^-^ ington 

Graves fc Ellis, i» Comhill 
Oreenough, iones, & Co. !» Wasli. 
Greenwell Alan.H:i2 Wushington 
TTALl. THOMAS. 19 Brotnfield 

Hallet H. A. & Co. \M Wash. 
Halliday W. H.S Co. 1 4.1 Wash. 

HAMMETT i. L. 37 and 39 
Brattle 



Hnwkes Geo. P. .W Uromfleld 
nir*t John, .W Bromfield 
Hodge? S. W. 14 Btomfield 
llovt Henry, « Comhill 
Jolinson. Fry, .>< Co. 22 Bromfield 
Lee & Shepiird. 14Vi Washington 
I,ittjji.& Gay, ".ft Hromfield 
IT ITTLF-, BR(»W.\, &■ CO., 110 
•-^ Wash. andSlI Devonshire 
I^ittlefield George E. (B Comhill 
T OCKE J. S. * CO. .14 and iS 
^ Comhill 

Loriu" A. K. 20S Washinzton 
l.i.thron D. fc Co. ■"« * 4N Comhill 
Covering Albert W. -jm Wash 
I.unt Wm. Parsons, 1112 Wash. 
Maoee Jam.s P. ast. .« Rromft«ld 
Marsh Thomas, Ifi Beach 
Marvin T. R. ft Son, l-ll Congress 
Muss. Bible Depository, 1.5 Comhill 

MrAI-LASTKR CflARLES H. 
1(17 Endicott(Cathohc) 
Mendum J. P. 84 Washington 
Methodist Boo.k I )e5iositoiy, 38 

Brofo field 
Moo'e A. 2 fliimilh'ri plnce 
Morse Sidney H. 25 Bronnfield 
Nitloniil Publishing Co.'S'.i Court 
\riCH01.S & HAT.L, S2 Brora- 
•^"' field (see paae 6lil) 
Noves, Holmes, fc Co. 117 Wash. 
Osgood .lames R S! Co. V.'4 Trem'nt 
Piper W. H. & Co. IIS Washingfo 
Pratt Brothers, S'.l "WashingtOR 
TJ A^rDOLPH P. B. 89 lo«rt 

Richardson 1. N. 8: Co._fiH CorRhil? 
Riclv.^rdijon "W. I., n Iv,lkv 
Koiierts BrothiTs, 14') Washington 
Russell B. B. .lis Covnhill 
O\MPS0N, DAVENPORT, & 
'^ CO. 47 Congress, p«lili-h the 
Boston directory, Boston Al- 
manac and BusineKS Direc- 
tory, New Endand Directory, 
New To* State Directory, 
Maseachusetts Register airA 
Directory; also Directories tor 
Alba-.iv,' Trov, Fro>^denee, 
CharVestown. l^ynn, Newbury- 
port, Salem, Fall River, Man- 
chester Tannton, Lawreocc, 
Lowell, and Gloucester. Di- 
rectoiies for other parts of th« 
United States, and fopeiga 
countries, for sale. 
Sara«n<t IW. H. IS Cernhifl 
Schoenliof * Moeller, 48 Winter 

(foreign^ 
Scriptural Tract Reposttory, H. 

L. Hastings, IS Lin (lall . 
Shorey JdJin f.. -SI? Bromfield 
Smith Geo. M. & Co. I'JS Wash. 
Sprasue C. F. "2 Brattle (sntiqmJ 

and modern) 
CTURGF.S li.R. SI Washington, 
*^ room 1.5 

Syreonds J. Henry, 4 Liberty sq. 
teuthorn F. B. « Eliot fGemian) 
ITeuthom Jn'ius, Ifi Beach iGer.) 
Tewkstfnry Wm. P. 4S2 Wash. 
Thomes St Talbot, IK Cong.ess 
Thompson, Kgelow, & Bro«rn, 25 

and 29 Cornhill 
Ttlton S. E. & O). Ifl Washington 
T ifet F. IW Hanover 
UnivcTOttiist Piiblistiiiig House, t7 

CornWll 
Urteino S. R. 4rt Winter (foreign) 
Usher James M. 21 and 27 Cornhfll 
Virgin George A. 11 Water, 

(6ceond-hand> 
Virtii«& Yors'on..5ft BroiKfield 
Walker Saisiuel *: C.I. S Treni't row 
Walker Thomas O. i' Hi>rai;ton pi. 
Warren Israel P. .vi W:ishingloR 
Wentworth B. * Co. M Central 
Weslevan Assoc, A. S. Weed, 

asent, % BionifieM 
White Wm. ft Co. loS Wiishinston 
Whittemore J. M. .^; Co. IW Wash. 
Wilde Wm. A. & Co. 1 Cornhill 
Williams A. & Co. l-K W isMngton 
Williai«8 N. M. I2l« Wash.(Cath.> 
Young Henry A. & Co. 24 Oomh'l 

Boot, Shoe, and l^eatker 
Oealers. ( Wliole.mle.) 
(.S e aho Hiilex and Leather.) 
Addeii J. H. & Co. 122 Pearl 
.Mden fe 11 irringtoii, il7 Pearl 
Altirich A. * S.m,7G Pearl 
Allen J. 8. SO Pearl 
Anderson Thos.fc Co. 128 Summer 
Anderson Si Reynolds, 75 Pearl 
Atherton, Stetson, & Co. ?A Pearl 
BachenorJ.il;) Pearl 
Badger & Manny, SS Peart 
Baikv E. C. .'WTPeart 
Ball k. A. 7.5 Pearl 
Barnard J. W. 4lt Pearl 
Bartoll J. jr. 4.S Hanover 



Rassctt William. 120 ITantrvCT 
Balchelder W. S. ."ill Pearl 

BATCHKLDER & LINCOLN, 
:;(•> Fanenil H. s,|. and .5 North 
Batcheller E,& A.H. S: Co.OiPeuil 
B ites E. C. 4S HaiKWHO- 
B&tk John, ^2 Federal 
Battles W. J. fc 0.>.<«" Peart 
Beuls Augustus, 4K Himover 
Ciclchcr A. & G. W. 1« High 
Bent R. S.il Peart 
Kake G. B. «: Co. !>» Pearl 
Blaike S. S8 Peart 
Bianchard Ira. «lt Pearl 
B^aI»cUard B. ft Co. 112 Peart 
Bianchard 1.. 7lt Ptart 
Bianchard W. * C. 1.51 Peart 
Boardmim B. P. 4.S Hanover 
Boe^vinmn N. It. 44 H^inover 
Bowker L. II. & Co. fiS Pearl 
Boyd J<i8iph & Brigham. 75 Peart 
Boyd, Corey, Pomeroy, A Co. KSS 

Peart 
Bov-nton K. F. 5« Hnnn-ver 
Boynton W. H. 05 Itanuver 
Bsyson J. M. & Co. 4« Hanover 
Brags Fowler. .57 Hanover 
Bramh"ll & Wehstvr, 73 UoioB 
Brav Will, v.'? Pearl 
Brett George. 4H Hanover 
Qrtjhiini J. W & Co. ISl Pearl 
UR08KS M. D. & CO. 5 Peart 

Brown Jon«,th!i«, 44 HaTiover 
Brown Si Go.idwin, |S7 Pearl 
J ■'.■;i«e George W. IK Hanover 
Bryant S. 1 Pearl St. Mouse 
Bucknam ?. C. '145 Pearl 
Prffom D. C. U7 I'eart 
B«i rage & Reeri, LSS Pearl 
Calley B. F. 4^ Hannver 
Crfilev 3. B. Si Son,<5 Hanover 
Campbell B. F. & Oo. 7!) Peart 
Canterbury N. D. SB Peart 
Chapmar. A Vert H. :V> Milk 
Chase, Merritt, fc Bianchard, 29 

Pearl 
Chessman N. Si Co. 145 Peart 
iChild & Cc. af. Federal 
Claflin A.&Co. SDPeart 
ClaSim, Allen, & Co K'l Peart 
Claflin, a>hurii. & Co.-g:! Pearl 
Clfffiin Wm. & Oo. US Peart 
CSaftin fc Thayer, »H Peart 
Clapp A. W. & Co. m; Federi* 
Clanp James H. Si Co.o Pearl 
Claipp Joseph H.Y'M Peart 
Clapp & Billings, »l Penrl 
<;iark A. & Son, 4 Peart 
Clark, Kent, fe Co. in4 Peart 
Clerk & Warren, 70 Federal 
ClenicEt, Colburn, & Co 125 Peart 
Oobnrn A. & Co. «S Pearl 
Cobb X. C.(15 Hanov+r 
Cobb J. F. & Co. «S Peart 
Cochrarre ft Thayer, 81 Pearil 
Coggin G. A. 4S Hanover 
Cole, WiKid, Si Co. 15 Pearl 
Conant A. P. & Oo. U« Pearl 
Converse Franklin, l.ll Pearl 
Converse 11. W. fi5 Hmiover 
Corning, Piftnam, & Co. !« Peart 
Coverly, Rogers, & Co. I Pearl St, 

Kousc _ 

Cowing i. Hatch, 4.5 and 47 Peart 
Cox C. .t M. 25 P. arl 
Crafts Moses fe Co. SS Peart 
C^a^I^, Heidenreich.* 0>JOBabs,l(MS 

P arl 
Crooks St Co. 8.'^ Peart 
Cross D. K. & Co. IS Peart 
Cumntinss D. & C«. 44 Hanover 
Cumminss & Redman, 22 Peart 
Curlier J. C. fc Co. Kill Summer 
Curtis Abner. 51 Pearl 
Curtis foshua, 1«7 Pearl 
Curtis T. & Co. «2 Milk 
Das 'ett H. L. & Co. K'l and IBS 

Peart 
D&TMon Henry, 20 Franklin 
Damon, Thomas, & Lewis, 57 

Kunover 
Dane Francis «i Co.V« .Milk 
Dane J . F., Grinnell & Co. 09 and 

71 Peart 
Davis Andrew, 2 Piart St. House 
Davis, Hovev, Si Co. .S Pearl 
Davis Paul S. 48 Hanover 
Dempsev & Leero, 4s Hanover 
D cVenson E. M.S: C0.I2.S Summer 
Dike Lyman, .SH Pearl 
Dill C."H.2d,97 learl 
Oill Joseph. 7S Peart 
Di»er M. C. & Co. 75 Pearl 
Dodge E. P. &C0.9 Peart 
Dodae N. D. & Bro. Peart 
IXigzett, Bassett. Si Hills, 79 Pearl 
Drake John E. MS Summer 
Drew & Bu.sswell. Sll Pearl 
liriver I'rothers, 77 Pearl 
Dunham <: Whitney, 122 Summer 
Durgin J. fe Son, 04" Pearl 



Wfof?u^s**ai;^^f Gas Fixtures, «''3%\V^a!„ttL**^iMl't?5ort?u.*^^^- 



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BOSTON BUSINESS DIEECTORY. 



Boot, Shoe, and Leather Beahri 
( Wholesale.)— continmd. 

Bur"in Samuel, 4S Hanover 

Dyer H. 48 Hanover 

Dyer W. 4S Hanover 

Edmunds .T. 31* Pearl „„ „ , 

Eins ein Z. Bros. & Co. 70 Feart 

Ellis C. D. 1^ Pearl 

Emerson R.W a> fii-lffi Pearl 

■PVIKHSON THOS'S SONS, 

^ 51 Pearl „ , 

Emmons Nelson » Co. 2f> Pearl 

f verett. Lane. & Co. US Pear! 

Farren VV. D.fi'i Pearl 

Farwell C. C. & Co 48 Hanover 

Faxon B. E. & Co. 7.1 Pearl 

Fav & Stone, 14 Hlah 

Fellows Alfred, 34 Pearl 

Field, Tliayer, & Whitcomb, 33 

Pea""' « „ . 

Fitch C. II. * Co. 13 Fear! 
Foig, Houghton, & Coolidge, TO 

Pearl ^ „ , 

Forbush C. W. & Co. 9S Fearl 
Forness E. & Co. 80 Pearl 
Foss Jno. F. * Co. !>^ Rlackrtone 
Foster & Perkins, 4SHanoirer 
Francis & Mnllon, 77 Milk 
Fren(^hW.B,3y Pearl 
Friedman Bros. (!.5 Pearl 
Furber Edward H. * Co. T2i. Feari 
Gilmore .K. A. & Co. H> Pearl 
Gihnore, Stwford, & Co. a? Pear! 
Godfrey B. D. 3) Milk 
Goltrey C. B. & Co. .W Pearl 
Goldthwtrit & Foster. .S2 fetJeral 
Gould Chas. H. 77 Pear! 
Gould J. M. 107 Pearl 
Green Brothers. .51 Pfearl 
Grrtin R. H. * Bro. , (3 Hanover 
Hnnson M A.r«Con2re-s 
Hapeood & Co. ,•34 to .38' Federal 
Harris J. * Sons. SO and 82 PearJ 
Hartt J. & Co. 1X4 Pearl 
Harvey A. B.& Co. (f/ Pfearl 
Harwood D. * Co 17 Pear! 
Hatch J. W. 4S Hanover 
Hathaway .T. G. k C. IJ. Fearl 
Hayden, Guardemer, & Co. aa 

yUyelc. E. S S. C. fiO and 02 Pearl 
Haves K. & Son, 23 Pearl 
He;'bt Bros. & Co. B to 12 Pearl 
Henderson F. W. & Co. itO Milk 
Henry ,7ohn & Co. 107 Pearl 
Henry John J. 3.5 Pearl 
Henry S. G. » Co. .3ft Pearl 
Henry & Daniels. 7(> Pearl 
Herri'ck Charles & Co. 44 Hanorer 
Hersey Caleh W. HO lli?h 
Hersey T. W. & L. P. 13 High 
Hill F. S. & Co. 124 Buminer 
HiU.Tohn & Co. Hd Pearl 
Hill & Rowe, 71 Peail 
Hirshberg^S. 135 Pearl 
Hitchcoclt John & David W. 66 

Pearl 
Hitchingrs C. S. 48 Hanover 
Hohart, Wood, * Co. In Pearl 
Hoflfmao, Marks, * Co. i:K Pearl 
Holbroofc A. Sc Co. 3!) Pearl 
Holbrcok, liobart, * Porter, iH 

Pear' .. „ , 

Holton Frederick & Co. 9 Pearl 
Hopkins, Wood, & Co. 5 fearl 
Hosmer & Winch Bros. 47 Federal 
Houghton & Ames, Bf>Peirl 
Houghton ft Bailey, 128 Surt»mer 
Howarfl EtaMiel.21 Pearl 
Howe T. J. & Co 4 Pearl 
Howe, Thaver, & Co. 7,S JHlk 
Hovt, Wheeler, * Bradley, 120 

Peairl 
Huniphrt'V Bros. 13 Pearl 
Hunt A. N. .'«r Co. 7.5 Pi-arl 
UUNT, COX, & KILBXJRN, 2S. 
■tl Federal 
Hui>t David. 9 Pearl 
Hunt R. A. Hi Pearl 
Hunt, Sen.OMin, » Co. T22 Pearl 
Hunt & Rnss, 11. 22 and 24 Federal 
Hatch! ns Charles S. 48 Hanover 
Hutchins & Cloudnian, 2il Pearl _ 
Hyde, Hutchinson, St Co. 7(5 and /8 

Milk 
Ireson J. & Sons. 3 Pearl 
Jackson E. M. agent, 1 Federal 
Jaquith B. F. 97 Pearl 
Jefts & Davis, 7(i Pearl 
Johnson C. E. & Co. (brogans) 

84 Pearl ^ , 

Johnson, U'elley, & Co. 13 Pearl 
Johnson, Wood, & Rust, 87 Pearl 
Jones Frederi.k & Co. 102 Pearl 
Jones Nahuni & Co. 37 Pearl 
Keitler Bros. 73 Pearl 
Keith A. & A. B. & Co. llSPeari 
Keith I. N. 1 Pearl St. House 
Keith M. L.3Pe3rl „, ^ ^, 
Kimball John & Son. C2 Sudbury 
KunballJ. B. &Co. IWPearl 
KiEoball & Van Voorhis, 73 Pearl 



KineJ.B. 39 Pearl _ 
Kingman E. & E. (3 Hanover 
KnlK-bt Bros. 4S Hanover 
Knowlton S James, 20 Pearl 
Ladd N. E. 48 Hanover 
Lancaster Chas. B. 127 Pearl 
Lane Jenkins & Sons, 118 Feari 
Learnard W . H. 70 Marshall 
Lee Bros. 10 High 
Lee C. M. 21 High 
Leeds Geo. J. Ill High 
Leland Alden & Son, 5Peor! 
Lester J. H. 121 Pearl 
tewis J. B.jr. 122 Fearl 
Lewis O. J. 128 Summer 
Lindsley «t Gibbs, 9' Federal 
I.itehmonBnis. 48 Hanover 
Littlefleid E. W. S: G. W. W. SOJ 

F'earl 
Loring S Reynolds, 2 High 
Loring, Searl, « Co. 78 Pearl 
Mallard Si Butler, .30 Pearl 
Mann, Beals, S Co. 10, Pearl 
Mann, Bowers, & Sawyer 2. Fed! 
Mann E^bridge &- Son, 10b Pearl 
Mann & Brackett, 30A Pearl 
Martin A. P. & Co. 90 Milk 
Martin Geo. B. & Bryant, IcfFeari 
iMartinez F. P. 1.51 Fearl 
Mawhinney H. H. Sr Co. 81 Fearl 
Jlavhew A. C. S Co. 84 P.^rt 
Ma'yhew & Branham, 119 Pearl 
Mc( ) repror G. F. 9". Fearl 
Melendy, Dexter, * Co. IOI> Dev- 
onshire 
Melendy, Hi.xon,& Co. IW^DevoB- 

shire 
Bferriaro E. P. a Co. 89 Pearl 
Merrii'k W. W. 2I(; CoBgress 
Men ill » Larter, 32 F. H sqtjare: 
Merritt & <'one, (1.5 Hanover 
Moore Ben.f. F. 124 Feari 
Morton N. St Co. 48 Hanover 
MmJoe K. * A. & Co. 12 High 
Mullen Edson & Co. 18 Pearl 
Murdoch* Dickson, 128 Sunamer 
Nash, French. & Co. 40 Pfearl 
Nash J. L. ■'-7 Pearl 
Nish M ft G. T. 51 Pearl 
N"ash S. W. & E. 40 Feari 
Nelson J. S. & Co. W Ff^arl 
Newcomh ft Co. 43 llromfield 
Newhall A. C. 39 Pfearl 
Newhall H. M. »Co. 128 S^umtner 
Newhall H. & Co. .3:1 High 
Newton Sc Hartt, 114 Fearl 
Nichols & Famsworth, (53 Hanover 
iSTichoIs, Winn, * Co. 43 Higi 
Nowell D. S. 48 Hanover 
Nowelt T. & & C. '.)«■ Milb 
Wute L/^wis W. 55 Pearl 
O'Connell John,23 Fearl 
Oliver Stiep.hen,,ir. la Pearl 
Orne & Merritt, .57 Hanover 
Orr & Sears. 48 Hanover 
Otis Geo. ir. 93 Pearl 
Packard J. A. & D. H. 48 Hanover 
Packard N. R. & Co. (« Hanover 
P.ige,.S:Mor:m. 142 Pearl „,,. . 
PUrker Chas. F. &Co. ISS 20 Ui^ 
Parker David * Co. .50 Pearl 
Parker S. E. 122 Pearl 
Parsons C. S. Sr Sons, 55 Pearl 
Pecker G. lltSPfeHrl 
Pterry J. & Co. 2 Pfearl St. House 
PerrvW. G.7(! Fearl 
Phillips E. P. * Co. 'J4 Pearl 
Pliipps Wm. H. *Co. 93 Peart 
Pike J I >. *t Co. ()l>a»d &i Peari 
Poland Belli, ft Sons. 44 IIanoT«v 
Pope Ira P. 77 Pearl 
Porter F. E.& Co. 120 Pearl 
Porter & Packard, 48 Hanover 
Potter S.St Co. 1.? Pearl _ 
Potter. Wliite, ft Bay ley, m Ptear! 
Pray Thopuas O. 24 I'earl 
Prentis-^ Henry, 48 Hanover 
Preston ft Blake, 48 Hanover 
Preston ft Stetson, 118F^;arJ 
Proctor John 2d, 48 Hanover 
Putnam J. H. ft Wheeler i« Pfearl 
Putnam W. E. ft Co. Sfl Peari 
Qniner John, 48 Hanover 
Kaddin C. E. ft Co. 52 FAjarJ 
Raddiu T. 122 Peari 
Kawson D. G. ft Co. 72 Pfearl 
Reddick T. S. 78 Pfearl 
Keed laaac, 48 Hanover 
Reed Josiah ft Co IOt> Pearl 
Reynolds 3. O. 124 Pearl 
Rhodes, Paige, ft Co. 52 Pearl 
Rhodes T. M. 54 Pfearl 
Rice ft Hutchins, 9.5 Pfearl 
Richards A. S. St Co. 92 Pearl 
Richardson, Knight, ft Peabody, 5 

Rising. Thompson, * Co. 130 and 

132 Summer 
Robbins A. B. 16 High 
Rosenstock, Price, ft Co. KW; Pearl 
Rosenthal, Feder, ft Co. 75 Pearl 
pOWE ft WAUGH, 6 Federal 



Ruddock Thomas S. 89 Fearl 
Sanders A. N. ft Co. 27 Pearl 
Sanders M. M. (J9 Pearl 
Saunders Brother ft Co. 124 Fearl 
Savels Samuel ft Son, 44 Hanover 
Sawyer J. M. (n Hanover 
Schmertz W. E. & Co. 108 Fearl 
Shaw S. ft Son, 95 Pearl 
Sliaw Thomas ft Co. 21 Fearl 
Shaw W. A. 34 Peari 
Sniars M. ft George. 48 Hanover 
Sloan M. B. ft Co. 48 Hanover 
Slocomb J. W. ft Son. I23' Feari 
Smirh Adoniram, 65 H mover 
Smith, Brickett, ft Co. M Pearl 
Sinith Charles, 48 Hanover 
Smith ft McIntyTe,2I Cora'Kmanf.^ 
South Sliore Boot and Shoe Ck). 37 

Peart „ 

Southwick C. T. 4,8 Hanover 
Sparhawk S. 77 Fearl 
Stwrrow B. F. 2 Pearl St House 
Spilman B. F. ft Co. 43 Pearl 
Spragne ft McKav, SlyFearl 
Steele John, 92 Fearl 
Stern I>ouis ft Bros, 122 Summer 
Stevens Wm. jr. «i Hanover 
Sticfcney C. ft Co. 120 Sunamer 
Stone Albert, 33 High 
Stone S. B. ft Co. 49 Peari 
Stowe, Bills, ft Whitney. (>? Pear 
Strong E. A. ft Bnrt, 99 Peari 
Studley ft Turner, 48 Hanover 
Swan j. ft Co. 86 Pearl 
Swanberg C. G. T. 48 Hanover 
Swett L. G. ft Co. 90 Milk 
Taplev Amos P. ft Co. 84 Milfc 
Temple H. 145 Pearl _ , 

Tenney, Aldnch, ft Co. 32 PearJ 
Tenney ft Co. S)i. Peari 
Thaxier S. B. 86 Pearl 
Thayer E. R. 5(1 CambTidg2 
Thayer E. L. 9(? Fearl 
Thayer F. A. ft H. B. 48HanoTeT 
lliaver Otis, to Pearl 
ThaVer ft Brother, 14 Peari 
Tiling ft Norris, 97 and 39 Peairl 
Thomas J. (ehildlrcn's shoes), 15 

Marshall „ „ 

Thurston Chartes W. 128S«n»nei 
Torrey A. ft Co. lib' Fearl 
Torrey C. A. 69^Peari 
Torrey C. W. 63 Hanover 
Torrey James ft Co. 107 Fearl 
Torrey ft Gurney.48 Hanover 
Travis E. P. 48 Hanover 
Treseott E. 20 Federal 
Tucker E. ft Son, 43 Pfearl 
Tucker James ft Co. 113 Pearl 
Underwood Sons ft Fisher,28 FearJ 
Tarney William H. 122 Pfearl 
Vaughan G. D. ft Co. m Summer 
Vaughn Joseph ft Co. 128 Summer 
Vining A. 44 Hanover 
Walcott E. ft Nichols, IS Summer 
Walcott .John B. 4.4 Hanover 
Wales. Emmons, ft Co. (rubtiei> 

173 Pfeart 
Wales Geo. 48 Hanover 
Walker J.hn H. 4s Hanover 
Walker J. & Co. 5S Pfearl 
Walker S. ft" Co. 119 Summer 
Walker, Short.* Co. 19' Pearl 
Wallace W . ft J. 41 and 4.? Pfearl 
Wallace ft Macombcr, fl2 Pearl 
Walton ft Wilson, 48 Hanover 
Ward Charles H. 2.S I'earl 
Ware P. jr. ft Co. 16f» Pearl 
Warren C. C. 79 Peari 
Warren Horace S. (» Pearl 
Warren John D. ft Co. (» Pearf 
Webster Chas. W. ft Co. 84 Pear! 
Wentv/orth G. B. 13 Pearl 
Wheels-r FreiJerieL. ft Co. 8& Pear! 
Wheeler W. H. 90 Milk 
Whieher J. D. ft Co. ISS' Peart 
Whitcomb ft Paine, 67 Hanover 
Whitcomb ft Thaver, 23 Pearl 
White Brothers, 48 Hanover 
White Thoraas ft Co. 24 Pearl 
Whiie Walter, 9 Pearl 
Whiting L. 145 Pfearl 
Whitman, Whitcomb, ft Co. 124 

Summer , „ „. ,_ 

Whitney C. B. 2 and 6 High 
Whitnev E. 122 Suumier 
Wilkins J. H. 22 Pearl 
Winch W.J. 77 Pearl 
Wise L. ft C. 10-> Pfearl 
Wood E. G. 48 Hanover 
Woodman John L. 48 Hanover 
Wooldredge J. ft Co. 85 Pfearl 
Wooldred!»e ft Bartlett,48 Hanover- 
Boots aii«J S.liioe«. (Reiail.y. 
Allen Wm. H. 91 Cambridge 
Allen Wm. W. & Son.SJ laneuil 
Hail square „ ^ ».. 

AppletOQ Chas. T. P. 15Leveretl 
Atwood ft Scott, 364 Washington 

BATCUELDER ft LINCOLN, 
3(>Faneuil Hiill sq, ft 6 North 
Bath John, 539 Washington 



Gas Pipes -&':£.«"' Meters «S."SS'^':!&".£t«' 369 -.liT..- 



BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



137 



Baxter T. T., Conim'l, near Dor- 

chestoriive., wd. Hi 
Bell Thc-o. H. l.ii Washington 
Bcnari .lo'Jepli, 41'! Wushington 
Bodwell N. 4 l.ineiilii (ladies') 
Bomstein M. I. IMS Wash. 
Brewer Geo. H. 101 Hanover 
Brown J. K. lU! Washington 
Buettner 1,. r,s,s Wn-.h. 
BurKOss E. M. i;i I'leasant 
Carletnu K iln-rt II. I'.i'i Hanover 
Chapman AlljfTt II "it Milk 
Colburn H. 4" Mori-liants row 
Colby 11. C.dl Leverttt 
Coniiell R. 1411 Shawmiit ave. 
PONN'OLLY & POWER, 10 
'-' School 

Corthell & Shurth'fF, :i4.'! Meridian 
CostineN. T. ll.i B.'ach 
Cutter Tiinolhv, l.')7 Federal 
Crocker .Tns. L'lis CiMii'l. & 1 Lewis 
Cronin W. J. :il TiUstdii 
Cnmrniskev Miehu-l, •"•S Merrimac 
Currier .lolin H. IStS Wash. 
Dalton J. H. IS" Hroailway 
Dixon & EdwardK, 15<l Court 
Doane .1. C. 204 Hanover 
Dole Charles E. 272 Hanover 
J)ONEGAN W. 105 North 

Dore John P. fii Beach 
Dver J. & P. •Ji'-f Broadway 
E^nev Geo. P. 140 Cambridge 
Eldridge E. 1). & Co. 20.5 Hanover 
English William, (i Kneeland 
Fandel Hros. liil W. Canton 
Fenner Chas. E. !«» Wash. 
Fenner Wni. B. LW? Washington 
Field F. II. Maverick so. E.B. 
Fillebrown Willium, 1.S4 Court 
Fisk A. J. 220 Commercial 
Flanasan James, 194 Fourth 
Flandeis A. M. ffil" Tremont 
Folsom F. ISff Washineton 
Ford U. K. 14.5 Court 
Friese Wm. 1142 Tremont 
Fuller John E. 3 Winthrop block, 
Fuller R. A. 171 Eliot 
Gleason L. P. 17 Essex 
Goldthwait D. E. 60.5 Washington 
(ioodwin Reuben, 1.S9 Meridian 
Graham M. H. .501 Washington 
Graham & Co. 4 Water 
Green John, 5H8 Broadway 
Harmon Frank A. filO Dorch. ave. 
Harris Joseph, 41 Essex 
Hasliin Theodore, 102 Dover 
Hatheway F. E., Merch. row, cor. 

North 
Hechinger Alex. ^^H Broadway 
Heileman Wm. 12.5 Cambridge 
Hill M. T. & Co. 106 Merrimac 
Hobart Josiah & Co. .".47 Wash. 
Hobbs Bros. 212 Wash. 
Holtou Lemuel, 70 Court 
Holton Samuel S. 112 Hanover 
Honk AaroTi, 2.54 Hanover 
Hovev A. E. 20 Elm 
Hovt'W. A. llOCourt 
Jenks H. W. & Co. 100 Court 
Jesser Francis J. ,HI>4 Wash. 
Ingnlls G. W. 162 .% 164 Court 
Kemp Robert H. 702 & 704 Wash. 
Kemptoi. & Turner. 13(! Court 
Knott R.V, Bromlield (ladies) 
Lamkin Guy, 10 Tremont row 
Learnard W. H. 10 Mnrshall 
Lee Thomas & Co. .30.5 Broadway 
Leonard S. W., Adams, near Au- 

Durn, ward 16 
Lincoln P. S Broadway 
Litchfield & Howe, IS.'O Wash. 
Mann H. M. 11.5 Hanover [row 
Mansfield John & Son, 14 Tremont 
McArdle J. IKi Broadway 
JlcCarthy Patrick, 6 Chelsea,E.B. 
McGrath D. A. .51 Bromfield 
McKenney Alando, 2 Hamilton pi. 
McLean Archibahl, 84 Merrimac 
McLean R.iM. & Co., B'way, cor. D 
McLean & Co. 2.5 Essex 
Meade Michael. S2 School 
Mills N. C. 164 Court 
Mitchell ■John, 1051) Washington 
Mitchell John A. 660 Washinaton 
Monroe Geo. R. 2.5 .Meridian, E.B. 
Mooar Chas. A. 174.5 Wash. 
Mooar Or.in G. 171.5 Wash. 
Morrow Jam s H. l.'WO Tremont 
Moseley T. E. & Co. 20.i Wash. 
Mudgett & Co. 170.) Washington 
Munroe & Snow, 122 Court 
Neill James, 128 Cambridge 
Newcomb .John W. .S4 Broadway 
Newcomb T. C. & C. F. 166 Hanr 
Newell J. A., Chauncey, corner 

Essex 
Nickerson S. L. .3.39 Hanover 
Oliver H. B. & Co. 46 Essex 
O'Shea Thomas, 287 Broad 
Page Eben B. .5.3 North Market 
Palmer E. B. & Co. 25 Guild row 



Parker Wm. J. 326 Hanover 
Pearson Geo. E. 142 Hanover 
Pearson W. H. & Co. 21 and 23 

Temple pi. 
Pevear C. B. l.HS.'i Washington 
Pevear James M .% Co. 340 Wash. 
Power & White, 26.5 Broadway 
PiL-eon E. T. 147 .Meridian 
Pray John V. & Sons, 107 Wash. 
Reed Gustavus S. 220 Federal 
Regan John B. 42 Essex 
Richardson F. G. & Co. 1.517 Wash. 
Rogers John H. 1 and 3 Tremont 
Roue B. S. & Co. 18 and 22 Essex 
Kussell Lawrence, 195 Broadway 
Rvder J. & Co. 1.39 Court 
Sehayer Bros. 43 Conaress 
Sinnott Wm. 92 Merrimac 
Southworth Chas. 215 Hanover 
Staniford & Co. 298 Broadway 
Stetson Geo. H. 138 Hanover 
Stoddard Wm. H. 1!KK) Wash. 
Stewart R W. 1278 Tremont 
Stratton Chas. 85 Leverett 
Sullivan Bros. 478 Broadway 
Thayer E. H. 50 Cambridge 
Topham J. 149 Broadway 
Tucker F. D. 29Bovl-ton 
Turner Chas. A. 364 Hanover 
Turner Geo. E. & Co. 32 Essex 
Tuttle H. II. & Co. 259 and 261 

Washington 
Twombly Josiah F., AVashington, 

near River, ward 16 
Tyler Asa, 20 Tremont (gents 

"boots) 
Van Kuran Cornelius, .567 Trem't 
Vining D. W. (ladies' boots), 20 

Tremont 
Wallace J. .36 Essex 
Waters Abrani, 77 Meridian 
Waugh W. W. 1771 Wash. 
Weber Andrew, 1.348 Tremont 
Weiler J. 1091 Tremont 
Wendermuth Ernest R., Wash., n. 

Dorch. ave., wd. 16 
Whiting S. C. & Co. 158 Court 
Whittredge & Bro. 807 Wash. 
Whittredge T. J. 238 Federal 
Wiswell D. W. 222 Hanover 
Woodward James, 1283 Tremont 

Boot au<I Shoe Buckles 
and ISIi«les. 

■R U T T E R F I E L D W M. & 
■" WOODMAN, 45 High (see 
page 702) 

Boot niicl Shoe liable 
Screw Machines. 

"RUTTERFIELO WM. & 
■L* WOODMAN, 45 High (see 
page 702) 

Boot an<l Shoe Cable 
W^ii-e. 

■RUT T ERF I ELD WM. & 
-" WOO D.MAN, 45 High (see 
page 702) 

Boot and Shoe Dies and 
Cutters. 

Blanchard & Layers, 26 Pearl and 

46 Albany 
■RUTTER FIELD WM. & 
■^ WOO D.MAN, 45 High (see 

page 702) 
Jj[ARTFORD T. T. 40 Pearl 

CTEVENS E. M. 62 Sudbury 

"^ (see page 660) 

"TAYLOR S. K. & CO. 145 South 

ffRIPP, EDDY, & CO. 92 Milk 

Boot and Shoe Bresser. 

J)ANAHY M. F. 100 Pearl 

Boot and Shoe Findings. 

Alley J. B. & Co. .38 Pearl 
Ba.xter L. 7 Union 
Belcher O. (heels) 41 High 
Boyce W. S. & Sons, (j Pearl st. 

House 
Breed Geo. F. 71 High 
■RROOKS & YuUNG, 58 Pearl 

Bryant C. J. 107 Milk 
•RUTLER E. K. 57 High (see 
■'-' page 70.3) 

T^UTTERFIELD W M. & 
■" WOODMAN, 45 High (see 

page 702) 
Clapp Benj. & Co. 89 Pearl 
nLARKfi ARTHUR & CO. 46 
^ High (tools, see page 69S) 

(;;olbi;rn isaac & c(). 112 

^ Summer 

Cragin, Page, & Co. 19 High 
Daggett II. L. & Co. 103 Pearl 
Dwyer & Barrett, 139 Summer 
Faxon, Elms, s Co. 115 High 



K" 



Fletcher & Walte, 4 Lincoln 
Flint & Clatur, 100 High (soles, &c.) 
Foss John F. & Co. ,58 Blackstone 
Gilson & Walker,48 Hanover (lasts) 
Hiiuthawav C. L. & Sons. 96 High 
Haven & Wright, 26 Pearl 
U EXSH.VW E. & CO. 92 and 94 
^^ Milk 

Henshaw I. M. 32 Pearl 
Holbrook H. J. 105 Milk 
How Bros. & Co. 11 Pearl 
Kitfield Henry & Son , 7 Bath 
Merriam & Norton, (machine shoe 

binding,) SI High 
Nichols & Farnsworth,6.3 Hanover 
Patent Metallic Button Hole Pro- 
tector Co. .56 Pearl 
PATENT PRESSED METAL- 
^ Lie HEEL CO., John B. 
Archer, sec. 66 Milk (see p. 686) 
Patent Shoe Stay Co. .56 Pc-arl 
Pelton, Snell, & Co. 31 High 
PHILLIPS E. BURT, 141 Pearl 
■^ (shoe and slipper) 
Phinnev & Phillips, 15 High 
Pope Albert A. & Co. 47 Pearl 

(laces) 
Pratt Jared, 2 Peorl St. House 
Rand H. C. & Co. 45 Merchant's 

row 
Robertson D. M. 11 Hawkins 
(screw nails) 

OSS. PEARCE, & CO. 58 and 
60 Milk 
Sears Isaac H. 110 Summer 
Sears & Warner, .53 Pearl 
CEAVEY, FOSTER, & BOW- 
*--' MAN, 42 Summer (machine 

Siebert F. F. 13 Eliot 

Skilton & Dole, 16 Pearl 

QTEVENS E. M. 62 Sudbury 

^ (see page 660) 

Sweetland C. W. 2 Pearl Street 

House 
rpAYLOR S. K. & CO. 145 South 

Tillson & Co. 104 Milk 
Weiler Joseph, 1091 Tremont 
West & Valois, 102 Union 
Wilson & Merrill, 75 High 
• Young C. U. & Co. 39 Pearl 

Boot and Shoe Heel and 
"Toe Irons. 

"RATCHELDER & LINCOLN, 
•'-' .36 Faneuil Hall square 
DROOKS & YOUNG, 58 Pearl 

pOLBURN ISAAC & CO. 72 
^ Milk 

PATENT PRESSED METAL- 
^ Lie HEEL CO.. John B. 
Archer, sec. 66 Milk (see page 
6SG) 
Boot <fe Shoe Heelers, 
Crane A. O. 98 Kingston 
Warner J. W. & Son, 2 Pearl st. 

House 

Boot and Shoe Heels. 
Bailey Heel Manuf. Co. (wooden 

hee'l8> 64 Elm 
Crane Rotary Heel Co. 81 Milk 

Boot and Shoe Heellngr 
Machinery. 

BUTTERFIELD WM. & 
WOODMAN, 45 High (see 
page 702) 

Boot and Shoe I^acing; 
Manufacturers. 

Fletcher Manufacturing Co. S. G. 

Trippe, agent, 166 Federal 
Inman Manuf. Co. 89 Franklin 
Jenkins Bro. & Co. 37 High 
Pratt Jared, 2 Pearl St. House 

(asent) 
Pratt J. W. & Co. 39 Pearl (leather) 

Boot and Shoe Linings 
Manufacturers. 

OMITH EDWIN E. 24 Exchange 

TyHITE BROS. & KILBURN, 
'^ 145 Summer (see page 6Ij5) 

Boot <fe Shoe Machines. 

Arnold Edward, 65 Hanover 

fjALDWIN & CLARK, 1G6 

■'-' Federal 

Bean E. E. 41 High 

Blanchard & Lavers, 26 Pearl 

Brett H. W. 46 High 

gROOKS & YOUNG, 58 Pearl 

BUTTERFIELD WM. & 
WOODMAN, 45 High (see 
pase 702) 
fiLARKE ARTHUR & CO. 46 
^ High (shoe tools, see page 698) 



■Rrf»Tl>70e Plrkr»L-o Voooo pAKB KECEIVEKS, *c.. 3«9 T*^a«hlnffton 
JjrOIIZeS, l/iOCKS, VUSeS) 1/ street, Boston, K.HUr.]:.INOS a;: CU. 



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Boot Sf Shoe Machines — continued. 
nOLBURN ISAAC & CO. 112 
^ Summer 
Folsom.Iohn R. 2 Bath 
TTAWKINS G. C. 2 Bath 

Hawkins L. D. & Co. 124 Congress 
Howe Jarvis, 4() High 
McKay Heeling Machine Associa- 
tion, 62 Congress 
Rohinson D. agent, 2 Batli 
Safford J. A. 46 High 
Sargent .Joseph F. 76 Sudburv 
GTEVENS E. M. 62 Sudbury 
^ (see page 660) 
fpAYLOR S. K. & CO. 145 South 

rpRlPP, EDDY, & CO. 92 Milk 

Whittemore David, 122 and 126 

Congress 

Boot <fe Shoe Manufs 
Ooods. 

Am. Standard Flax Spinning Co. 

164 Federal 
■RUTLER E. K. 57 High (see 
■" page "!«) 

nOLBURN ISAAC & CO. 112 
^^ Summer 

Haven & "Wright, 26 Pearl 
TJAYDENS BAI>COM, 1 Pearl 
•*-^ Street House 
Henshaw Edward & Co. 92 Milk 
Henshaw I. M. 32 Pearl 
XIOPKINS GEORGE J. 116 
-'-'- Pearl 

Pelton, Snell, & Co. .'^l High 
Rousmaniere & Kinihall, 97 Pearl 
Walkei S. 58 E. Canton (manuf.) 

Boot Jfe Shoe Patterns. 

Damon M. W. 86 High 
rJARTFORD THOS. T. 40 Pearl 
^^ (see page 695) 
Shorev & Co. 105 Pearl 
Silvester N. PH Pearl 
WHITE WM. B. 114 High (see 
J" page 701) 
Whittemore E. W. 110 High 

Boot and Shoe R vete. 

(.Self Fastening.) 
■RUTTERFIELD W M. & 
■" WOODMAN, 45 High (see 
page 702) 

Boot and Shoe Sewing 
M^uehines. 

"RUTTERFIELD W M. & 
•'-' WOODMAN, 45 High (see 
page 702) 

Boot and Shoe Shank 
Jitaniifs. 

Watson J. M. & Co. 60 and 62 Pearl 

Boot tSz Shoe Thread 
Manuf. 

"ROSS, PEARCE, &CO.58and60 
^ Milk 

Boot and Shoe Xips. 

American Shoe Tip Co. 56 Pearl 

Boot and Shoe Xools. 

rjLARKE ARTHUR & CO. 46 
^ High (see page 698) 

Boot <fe Shoe Varnish. 

"RASSETT & WHITCOMB, 7 
" Bath 

Boot Bnttoners. 

(■•jARR M. W. & CO. (Goldth- 
^ waite's) 38 Water 

Boot Counter Makers. 

Cushing E. .T. 128 Pearl 
Faunce W. T. 26J Exchange 

Boot Crimpers. 

Haley Jeremiah, 106 Blackstone 
Mahonev Jeremiah J. 41 Congress 
Staab Chas. 34 Hawley 

Boot Crimp. Machines. 

gROOKS & YOUNG, 58 Pearl 

Boot Fitters. 

Farrow Wm. 150 Hanover 
Kammler Bros. 18 Bedford 
Kelley Hiram H. 15 Marshall 
Murray F. W. &3 Sudbury 
Proctor J. 83 Sudbury 
Somers Patrick, 106 Blackstone 
Thompson John, 34 Hawley 
West & Valois, 102 Union 

Boot Webblns. 

"ROSS, PEARCE, & CO. 58 and 
J-ii fin Milk 



Boot <fe Shoe Makers. 

Abel Andrew, 315 Third 
Acker Andrew, .333 Fourth 
Adams .Joseph K. 7 Pinckney 
Adicr J ■hn,4Bennet 
Allen H. E. 279 Meridian 
Anderson H. M. 15 Hawley 
Arnold Samuel V. 42 Elm 
Atwood & Scott, .364 Washington 
Bailey Jan.es, 112 Pleasant 
Parker James, 181 Essex 
Barutio J. H. 22 Cnnard 
Bnrtholmez Geo. & V. Schayer, 7 

Milk 
Kates Asa, 638 Broadway 
Bean John,. 39 Merchant's row 
Beatv W. L. .30 Clark 
Bigeiow Elisha C. 103 Meridian 
Blanev Daniel. 58 Blackstone 
Boderibrown Wm. & Co. 25 Milk 
Bodwell N. (ladiesl 4 Lincoln 
Brown B^-nj. 82 Meridian, E.B. 
Brown James B., Orleans, c. Havre 
Brown Thomas, 168 Fifth 
Buckmaster Wm 19 Clark 
Buettner L. 6ftS Wash. 
Burchard Thomas A. .352 Dorch. 
Biirchart Anton, River, near Blue 

hill avenue 
Burke Robert, .50 Prince 
Burke Wm. 4 Havre, E.B. 
Burns Wm. J. 76 Cross 
Bush P. W. 610 Washington 
Cami'hell Sylvanns, 279 Meridian 
Cannavan Thomas, 122 Havre 
Cannon M. 163 Endicott 
Cannon Peter, 89 Causeway 
C'arey Matthew, 110 Northamp on 
Carlisle James, 14 Curve 
Cavanagh C. J 346 North 
Chambers J. G. 109 Fmerson 
Childs Joseph. 2fll Sumner, E.B. 
Cleary Wm. IS Newion pi. 
Cliff Joseph, 191 Fourth 
Coan W. A. 57 Maverick sq. 
Cloburn James F. 174 Hanover 
C;ommin Andrew, 21 Avery 
Council Richard, 140 Shawmutav. 

and 111 W. Brookline 
Connelly F. 147 Eighth 
Connelly Michael, rear 26 Cherry, 

ward 14 
pONNOLLY & POWER, 10 
^ School 

Converse B. M. 213 Broadway 
Cook Henry, 74 Friend 
(hooper Chas. C. .38 Central sq. 
Cotter James, 92 C 
Cojle Michael 218 Sumner E. B. 
Cronin Daniel, 193 Fourth 
Dadnian J. 23J Union Park St. 
Dai ley James, 299 Broad 
Davis William, 229 Hanover 
Deacv Timothy, 4 Stoddard 
De La Roi H. D. 24 Carver 
Desmond J. 444 Commercial 
Devlin J., Bedford, cor. Kingston 
Doherty Patrick, 126 Prince 
Dolan iohn, 1442 Tremont 
Dolan Michael, 24 Hampshire 
Dolan Patrick, 25 Avery 
Donnelly Wm. 24 Grove 
Donohue Wm. 91 Prince 
Dooley James, 37 Faneuil Hall sq. 
Dorcey James, Fedeial, cor. East 
Dore Patrick, 79 Chambers 
Durham F. Gr. 221 Exchange 
Ecker Andrew, .3.33 Fourth 
Ecker Leopold, 161 D 
Eckert "V. 15 Lincoln 
Egan Nicholas, 6 Cottage pi. 
Elliott Wm. K. 3' 7 Bent ington 
Engel Peter. 7 Hotel Pelham 
Erickson J. 26 Fleet 
Evans Wm. 11 Monmouth 
Fandel M & T. 1-27 W. Canton 
Fenton Thomas, 81 C 
Ferguson Alex. .38 Kingston 
Finn Cornelius 1.34 Essex 
Flanagan James, 194 Fourth 
Foley John, 34 Border 
Foley Thomas, 16 Swan 
Eraser John, 1745 Washington 
Freeman Thomas F. 52J Char- 

lestown 
Gabel Henry, 10 Ytoman 
Gauderer G., Park, near the 

Depot, ward 16 
Geib Jacob, Stoughton, near Hud- 
son, ward 16 
Glavin John, Neponset ave. near 

Taylor, ward 16 
Gleason M. J., rear 240 Hanover 
Glennon T. 85 Hampshire 
Goiman Peter, 17.56 Washington 
Graham & Co. 4 Water 
Greenberg H. 131 Fourth 
Griffin Thos. 52 Liverpool, E.B. 
Groves John, 180 Dorchester ave. 
Gunning E. C. 95 Sudbury 
Guthrie John, 464 Harrison ave. 
(Jutermuth Henry, 1 Berkeley 



Hagan C. W. 316 North 

HaTl A. M. 16 Garden 

Hall S. P. 24 Myrtle 

Hamilton P. .32 Cross 

Hanrahan M. 20 I 

Harper Wm. E. 216 Commercial 

Hart Koran. Dorchester ave., cor. 

Commercial 
Hauser M., Draper's Court, wd. 16 
Havden Arthiif L. "4 Green 
Hayden T. J. 39 Sudbury 
Hayes Wm. 1.37 I'eaih 
Hehnessev J. 373 Federal 
Henry Wm. C. 91 Cabot 
Hesz An'lrew, .34 Hiiwlev 
Higgins Timothv, 60 Pitts 
Hinchey P. J. 1.^0 Charies 
Hirsch Mayer, .52i Pleasant 
Hirsche Mi'uricp.'261 Exchange 
Hitcbings Wm. 13 Temple pf. 
Hock Gabriel. 74 tJreeu 
Hock Joseph, 259.1 Fifth 
Holderried Jacob. 81 Dorchester 
Hohman .T"hn. 1814 Washington 
Holman J. S. 198 Federal 
Howe Edward. 442 Commercial. 
Hunter N. C 21 N. Russell 
Hurley Jeremiah, .334 Federal 
Hurley John, 3.38 Federal 
Hurley M., Neponset ave. w'd l*) 
Isinberg L. 19 Salem 
Jenkins Wm. 11 Oak pi. 
Jesser F. J. 804 Wiishington 
Johnson Wm. T., Wash, near 

River, ward 16 
Judge Bernard 1398 Tremou 
Karcher C. .544 Dorch. ave. 
Karns M. .35 Harvard 
Kelley Thos. Commercial, w'd 16 
King Henry A., Adams, near Mil- 
ton line 
Kinhn Timothy B., Eliot square 
Kin'hgesner Martin, 93 Carver 
Knnnber Frederick, 787 Tremont 
Knott R. 43 Bromfield (ladies) 
Kubasch H. 253 Harrison ave. 
Lacount T. 66 Anderson 
Lahm Daniel, 1146 Washington 
Lnlly Patrick, 13 Kustis 
Landin Adam, 95 Dudley 
Langelier Remi, 350 Broadway 
Lanigan James, 5'i South 
Lanagan John, Albany, cor. B'way 
Lary Richard, Neponset avenue 

near Minot 
Leonard Edward, 154 E 
Leavitt I. C18 Dorchester ave. 
Leear Henry, 1678 Washington 
Leussler J. E. 1.34 Blackstone 
Levi S. 1.53 Leverett 
Lichter M, 476 Tremont 
Linahan James. .301 Bennington 
LutzJ. J. 10 Adams 
Lynch Peter, 182 Endicott 
Lynch Thomas, 107 Warrenton 
Lvons William, 13 Wharf 
Magrath Bros. 51 Bromfield 
Mahoney Wm. 1684 Washington 
Major Peter, 95 Fifih 
Malone Martin, 495 Harrison ave. 
Malone Bobert, 18 Bedford 
Afanary James. 61 Emerson 
Marchant John F. 11 Trenton 
Marquand Henrv, .5.S Princeton 
Marshall Geo. W. 190 Everett 
Marshall .lohn. 467 Hanover 
Mathews W. A., Taylor, ward 16 
Matt Xavier, 24 Groton 
Mavhew Chas. .37 F. H. Square 
McBride John, 2.5 Travers 
McCallum Wm. M. 100 Eutaw 
McCarthy John, 200 Broad 
McCarthy Patick, 25 Prince 
McCauley J. 27 North sq. 
McDavitt John N. 3 Tremont row, 

room 36 
McDonald Allen. 79 W. Dedham 
McDonald James, Shawmut ave. 

cor. "W. Concord 
McDonald Mat. 1186 Tremont 
McGillan Thos. 502 Comnn rcial 
McGrann Thos. R. 75 Everett 
McGullin Beter, 65 Cottage 
McKenney Alendo,2 Hamilton pi. 
McKie & McDonald. 37 Lexington 
McMahon James, .32 Beverly 
McNally D. 105 Leverett 
McNally John, Chelsea, cor. Sara- 
toga 
McNaught Alex. 16 Gooch 
McNeil Jiimes, 69 Hampden 
McPatchellR. 4 Doherty ct. E.B. 
Meenay F. W. 83 Sndbury 
Meyer Jacob, 3 5 Station 
Miller Robert A. 46 Kilby 
Mittelstadt Wm. OU Carver 
Monroe David B. 243 Meridian 
Moore E. G. 614 Broadway 
Moore J. 1198 Tremont 
Morgan Michael, 458 Hanover 
Morrison Peter, 203 Cambridge 
Mountain R. 53 Fleet 



Gas Fixtures at M*""^^?*^^;""' 369 ^rt""?*"" R. H 



■oi,r,BNOs «fe CO. 

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BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



139 



Jliirphy John, 322 Sumner. E.B. 
Miirphv Richni-d. 53 Poplnr 
Murrny David, 17/7 Washinston 
Jrumi'v Jiiii. R. VX\ ■\Vu9liiiigton 
MnrraV I. R. ID Cross 
Mvers'FreiliTick. il.' Salem 
Newcomh C, .1. V Snlcm 
NewconihW. ^[. 7 Chanire avc. 
Newconil) .% Co. 4.'! Bromticld 
Newman Wm, WiO Shawmut ave. 
Nilee Charles, fO Hampden 
Niilile Geo. C. «• Hanover 
Noether .Tneoh, 8" Pleasant 
Nooimn T. 4 Broad 
Norwood C. 2iW Sumner, E. B. 
O'Brien .Inlin, » Treniont Row 
O'Brien :M. 10 Howard 
Odenwald Goo. W. (>!.* Chestnut 
O'Donnell H. 411 Stillman 
O'Donnell ^fichael, !t8 Endicot 
Oelscheser A. Iti Brattle 
O'Keefe .John, IH C 
O'Mara .Inmes. 47* Kinnston 
O'Neil Francis, 3 Sun Court st. 
O'Neil George, (i3 Kingston 
Oppenhcimer Julius, 54 Melrose 
Osliorn Carlos, U Kingston 
O'Shea Thomas, 2S7 Broad 
O'Sidlivnn Daniel, :« Com'l 
O'Sullivan Michael, 121 Second 
Parshlev C. S« Richmond 
Patterson Thomas, K!(i Dorch. ave. 
Peyser Joseph. 43 Camhiidge 
Pitman John, 11 Franklin ave. 
Pitman Thomas P. 28 Brattle 
Porter Diivid. (il ■ ross 
Proi'tor J. Si Siidhurv 
Proctor Win. li) Water 
Quinlan P. lOSO Tremont 
Quinn P. F. UL'.i Washington 
Reardon T. 15H Merrimac 
Reid A. K. 10 Blossom 
Remmes Bernard 311 Harrison av. 
Reynolds J. F. 305 Tremont 
Richardson James, r. 225 Tremont 
Hitter John, 50 I,enox 
Rohbins I. H. 7 Sp ing lane 
Roberts James, jr. 54 E. Canton 
TJOCHE P. C. 7 Province 

Koonev Peter, 1532 W as 

Roth M. Ii.i.3 Parker 

Rubv J. G. 85 West Canton 

Rupert Geo. L. 801 Joy 

Scldeicher Adam,' R. R. crossing 

Ruggles 
Schayer Bros. 43 Congress 
Schayer V. 7 Milk 
Schlegel Charles F. 199 Cambridge 
Scholpp I.ouis, 99 W. Concord 
Scbwartz Simon, 5 Yeoman 
Schworer William, 144 Pynchon 
Sherburne C. H. 20 Tremont (rub- 
ber repairing) 
Silva Joseph, 24 Moon 
Silva J. F. 17 Fleet [field 

Small Fredeiiek & Son, 52 Brom- 
Smith A. 313 Sumner, E.B. 
Smith John. 42 Fitth 
Smith K. 109 Eustis 
Smith M. 8 City Hall avenue 
Smith Thomas. 21 Congress 
Snapp P. J. 124 Kingston 
Snow P. Kidney, S-'l Wash. 
SpiUane .Michael, 138 Lcverett 
Sprague C. II 132 Leverett 
Stevenson 11. J. IIW Water 
Stran?e Pierce, IW P.>itland 
Sullivan John, 403 Chel-ea 
Sutter Joseph, 2-33 Dorchester 
Sutton B. 90 Leverett 
Swain S. 529 >-eve"th 
Sweeney James, (10 Hampden 
Tackaberry J. H. 49 Causeway 
Thayer A. L. 8i;2 Harri-on ave. 
Tierney P. 1024 Harrison ave. 
Todtman Jacob, 39 Fleet 
Townsend U. W. 168 Friend 
Tracy J. 4 North Anderson 
Trainer James O. 141 Salem 
Trainor James, 170 E. Dover 
Waitt H. P. & Co. 110 .Milk 
Waiit Jacob, 81 Camhridge 
Wallstab ■ ouis, 8.53 .Albany 
Ward Charles, .;'.<:, Harrison ave. 
Ward Patrick, 383 Harrison ave. 
Webber Israel. 57 Church 
Wettindort J. 1 .Market 
Weiffeiibach Adam, 8 Webber 
Weiss Jacob, Northampton, near 

Washington 
Welch James, I(!2 Ninth 
Whelton D. 4ii Causeway 
WilfertJohn N. 195 Eliot 
Willett Geo. 81 Warren 
Williams P. 75 Second 
Willis Edward, Hancock, corner 

Columbia, ward I(i 
Wilson Charles E. im North 
Wilson William, .38 School 
W'oods G. L. 618 Dorchester ave. 
Woods Patrick, Yeoman, n.Orch'd 



Woodworth E. F. 2 City Hall ave. 
Worden Charles, lOS Harrison ave. 
Wyman A. C. 128 Cambridge 
Yonng B. 12 Pleasant 
Yunker Geo. 321 E 
Zcick C. "PP. 205 Eighth 
Ziegler Peter, 43 Charles 

Botitnic MecIU-iiies. 

TMICK L. W. Mrs. 28 Winter 

Bottlers. 

rtOBtTRN, LANG, & CO. 100 

^ Worcester (see page G80) 
POMSTOCK, GOVE & CO. 30 
^ Canal 

■FAIRBANKS MOSES & CO., 
-*■ Howard ■Athenaeum (see page 

6,89) 
VINCENT, HATHAWAY, & 
' CO. 109 Broad 

ISottlci!' 

T YNDEBORO' GLASS CO. 49 
-•-' India 

"IVfUNROE A B Jr. 68 Congress 
-^'■^ (see page C59) 

Bowling Saloons. 

Brown H. O. 1020 Wash. 
Emerson Aimer J. 2 Chapman pi. 
Harris & RolliU'^. .375 Wash. 
Roach Samuel, W Portland 

Box Manufacturers. 

(See aho Paper Boxes.) 
gAIRD J, 18 Bedford (paper) 

Batehelder & Pool, 93 Haverhill 
(lURTIS HIRAM, Commercial, 
^ opp. Linden, ward 16 
T) R I S K O P. C, Swett, near 

Northainotf^n 
(JARRISON GEORGE T. 131 
Congress (paper, sec pair** 687) 
TTARRINGTON GEORGE B. 
-'-'- 8 Pitts (paper, see page 679) 
Keith A. W., Liverpool, n. Decatur 
Leighton Mux Co. r. 518 Horr. ave. 

an<l 86 Water 
lUcNUTT JOHN J.. Novelty 
-'■■'- Wood Works, Wareham,cor, 

Maiden (see page (i79) 
jyjORSE BROS. 22 Bromfield 

piERCE S. IL L. 415 Dorchester 

avenue 
"RAND & BLAKE, 17 and 19 

Wareham 

Box Wood. 

■ROBERTS BROS. 6 Franklin 
^ ave. 

Boys' Clothins. 

ftARNES GEORGE W. 4.3 and 

45 Summer 
Hobart J. H. 536 Wash. 
T-TOLLANDI'R M. T. & CO. 32 

Temple place 
A/rESSINGER VERNON A. 
-^'•^ & CO., successors to Geo. A. 

Fenno, 19 & 22 Dock square 
Pearson IL A. 2 Beacon 

Bracket <fe Book Rack 
M:inut'actiirers. 

C^ILMoRE R. S. &CO. 35and 

^^ .39 Wareham 

JACKSON C. A. & CO. 6.3 

Charlestown 



« M*-'^"'"'^*^'^ BROS. 31 Way 

]i|JEWMAN & COLBY, Al- 

baiiv, opp. Wareham (house) 

pEIRCE GEO. W. 71 Sudbury 

WILLETT, DRAKE, & CO. 49 
and 51 Wareham 

Brands. 

RRIGHAM W. C. & CO. 18 
■" Brattle square (see page (M) 
TPASTON & CO. 8 Dock square 
■^ ('see paf;e 6S.3) 
JACOBS BROS. 18 Faneuil Hall 
square (distillers', see page 664) 

Brass Finishers. 

AMERICAN TOOL AND MA- 
-^ CHINE CO. 84 King>ton (and 

finishers' tool manufacturers) 
(MIARLTOX W. B. 46 Congress 
^ (sec page 647) 
Clark Wm. P. .39 Bowker 
nLdGSTON T. S. & CO. 80 and 
^ 82 Sudbury 

Connor Hugh, 135 Sumner, E. B. 
Curley & Lennon, 19 Spring lane 



POSTER & ROBY, 178 and 180 
"*- Commercial 
Kain Wm. 17 Harvard nl. 
T ANGLEY, CARBEE, & CO. 
^ 87 Border. E.B. (see page 675) 
TVIcG ANN THOMAS F. 83 Port- 
-'■"- land (see page 70.3) 
MEAD & ADDY, 2 Bath (see 
-^'^ page 679) 

TVTl'RRAY, BURNS, & FITZ- 
■"-^ GERALD, 6 Charlestown 
PiifTcr A. D. 48 Portland 
R dfern W. C. 69 Haverhill 
OTONE HENRY N. 132 Com- 
^ mercial (see page CM) 
Strater Herman & Sons, 78 Sud- 
bury 
Smniiiers & Hunt, .57 Haverhill 
IJIIIE GRUNDY CO. 40 Congress 

TTPHAMTHOS. A. 17 Harvard 

place 
VANNEVAR E. B. & CO. fi8 
' Fnlton 
Vose W. T. 86Utica 
AValker G. A. 9 Green 
2ANE J. & CO. 81 Sudbury 

Brass Foiindeo's. 

Blnke Wm. & Co., Brighton, cor. 

Allen 
(lODY EDWARD, 33 Hawkins 
^ (see page 675) 
Connor Hugh, 135 Sumner, E.B. 
p ROWLEY J., Curve, corner 
^ Albany 

Curley & Lennon, 19 Spring lane 
POS'TER & ROBY, 178 and 180 

Cotnmercial 
Gillies R. 21 Harvard pi. 
TTALL JOHN & SON, 25 South 

Margin 
RILL ROWLAND, Carlton's 
-•J- wharf, E.B. (see nage 675) 
TIINKLEY & WILLIAMS' 
■^^ WORKS, 552 Harrison ave. 
Insols J. P. & Co. 113 A 
■MORSE A. J. & SON, 124 and 
-'■'-'■ 126 Congress 
Peet Valve Co. 152 Hampden 
Robinson G. W. St Co. 85 Rich- 
mond 
S ivage George. .33 Haverhill 
UrONE IL N. 1.32 Commercial 
^ (see na^e 695) 
rrUE GRUNDY COMPANY, 40 

Congress 
"VANNEA'AR E. B. & CO. 58 
* Fulton 

Brass IVfannfacturere. 

BENEDICT & BURNHAM 
-" MANUF. CO. 68 Federal, H. 

W. Brooks, agent (see p. 646) 
■UROWN& BR(5THERS, MAY 
■" & CO. agents. 1 Broad (see 

inside back cover) 
ITOLMES, HOOTH, & HAY- 
^^ DENS, 17 Federal 
THE PLUME & ATWOOD 
■'- MANUFACTURING CO. 13 

Federal 
Scovill Manufacturing Co. 131 

Federal 
THO.MAS MANUF. CO. A. J. 
-*■ Wilkinson Sc Co. agents, 2 

Washington (see page 704) 

Brass <fe Copper Tublns* 

"DROMWICH CHARLES M. 613 
■*-* Broadway 

Brass Spinners. 

lUtTRRAY', BURNS, & FITZ- 
■"■^ GERALD, 6 Charlestown 

Bread. 

UOSTON WHEAT & BREAD 
■" CO. 1480 Washington 
rjRIGGS E. W. 20 Camden 
^^ (home-made cake and pastry) 

Brewers. 

Alley & Nichols, Burton Brewery, 

Heath, cor. Parker 
Boston Beer Co., D. H. Tully, 

treas. l'< Central wharf 
Burkhardt Goitleib P., Parker, 

cor. Station, depot 3 
nOKIJRN, LANG, & CO. 100 
'-' Worcester (see page (i80) 
/•10MST0CK, GOVE, & CO. 80 
^ Canal 
QOOK ISAAC & CO. 25 Central 

Cushing J. H. 278 Commercial 
East Boston Brewery, C. Decher 

& Co. Alna place 
Elmwood Springs Brewery, H. S. 

Martin, Elmwood, cor. King 



G-<)S St.niT^ftQ **"* Heaters, Oas Flat Irons, Apparatus for GAS for nnmerou* 
V»a.O OliUVObf purposes. It. UOU^ISOS <& Co., 369 -Wasbiugtou Street. 



140 



BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Brewers — continued. 
WAIKBANKS MOSES & CO., 
■^ Howard Athenaeum (see page 

«89i 
Globe IJrewery, 43 and 45 TJtica 

and 110 Lincoln 
JONES FRANK&C0.35Devon- 
" shire 

Kenney Niel, 1207 Tremont 
Norfolk Brewery, A. Richardson, 

171 Cedar, cor Pynchon 
O'DONNELLB. F. 126 and 128 
^ Fulton 
pFAFF H. & J. .S7 Milk, and 

Pynchon, near Cedar 
■ROCKLAND BREWERY, A.J. 
■^*' Houghton Sc Co., Hallock, n. 

Prentiss 
Roessle John & Son, 401 Wash, and 

13 Pynchon 
Rueter & Alley, Highland Springs 

Brewery, New Heath, cor. Parker 
Souther Henry & Co. 528 Second 
Taylor J.'s Sons. 117 Commercial 
Tremont Brewery, Castle, comer 

Suffolk 
VINCENT, HATHAWAY, & 
' CO. W} Broad 
WHEAT & CARBERRY. Cold 
' ' Spring Brewery, 14S2 Trem't 
TyOERNLE, LUTZ, & CO. 7 
Brimmer pi. 

Bricks. 

Babbitt W. W. 22 State 

Bay State Brick Co. 17 Pemberton 

square 
■piSPHAM JOHN F., Commer- 
~ cial, opp. Park, ward 16 
gUZZELL & OSBORN, 22 State 

Dana James. 14 Old State House 

Davis & Chaddock (fire), 115 
Water 

Edmestor W. 22 State 

Fisk Benjamin, 22 State 

Ham Joseph, Northa'npton, cor. 
Albany 

Holt Chauncy, 22 State 

Littlefield Samuel, 22 State 

Massachusetts Brick Co., R. H. 
Shelton, treas. 12 Pemberton sq. 

McClure John. 22 State 

TU IDDLESEX STONE BRICK 
CO., Edmund M Wood, trea- 
surer, 12 Pemberton square 

New England Brick Co. 14 Pem- 
berton sq. 

Portland Brick Co. U Pemberton 
square 

Sands J. L. 22 State 

gHEPARD H. S. & CHESTER, 

"^ 50 Congress, room 4 (see p. 658) 

Smith J. W. 22 State 

Swett Nathaniel. 22 State 

Tufts Bricic Manufacturing Co. 
16 Pemberton square 

Washburn David, 22 State 

WELLINGTON A. C. & CO. 

^ * 240 Federal 

Itrick Alachlnes. 

15 L A K E GEO. F. & CO. 51 
~ Chardnn (see page 615) 
TyfcLAUTHLIN GEO. T.& CO. 
-^'-^ 120 Fulton (see page 074) 

Brldse «fe IVharrBuild- 
ers. 

Bixby & Cole, 22 Slate 
Berry C. T. 22 State 
Kenrick W. A. 22 State 
Mayo W. G. 22 State 
Ross & Lord, 22 State 
Whitcomb & Porter, 22 State 

Britannia W^are Maunf. 

J)EWEY F. O. 28 Canal 

Dover Stamping Co. 88 North 
Dunham R. IIH North 
JTLETCHER W. G. 10 Milk 

TVfOREY & SMITH. 49 Haver- 
•^■^ hill (see page fi!M) 
Smith Thomas, jr 65 Union 

Brokers. 

Commercial. 
Carruthers & Co. 120 Hanover 
Elliott H. r. 163 Blackstone 

Cotton and Print Cloths. 
Bacon Francis E. 56 State 

Currency. 
Kendrick & Elwell, 31 State 

Custom Hotise. 
Stone & Downer, 28 State 



Drug. 
Bush Geo. H. & Co. 7 Batterym'h 
ColeF. W. 19 Central 
Gushing, Porter, & Cades, 161 

Milk 
French C E. 11 Central wharf 
Hovev A. W. 19 Lewis wharf 
Mansfield Ira K. .34 India 
Swain Paul M. 47 Mroad 

TEEKS & DUPEE, 150 State 



W^ 



Flour and Grain. 
Davis S. M. 4 North Market 
Greeley & Hammond, 188 State 
Spring Charles & Co. 14 Comm'l 

Hemp. 
Phipps Wm. jr. 44 Kilby 
Sawyer Leonard, 24 Kilby 

Hide. 
Bates William A. R2 Kilby 
Snuthwick & Sands, 105 High 
Wetherill, Jlorey, & Co. 208 Cong. 

Insurance. 
Allen & Lord, 37 .State 
Anderson Wm. P. 50 State 
Baker Clias. T. 15 Devonshire 
ULANEY D. H. 3 Winthrop 
■" block, E.B. 

Boardman C. H. 102 Washington 
Bradford & Folger, 56 State 
Br.pwn H. A., Pope & Co. 39 State 
Cotfin G. W. 4 Merchants Exch. 
Cuntz Otto, 13 Custom House st. 
De Bacon Cbas. 16 Devonshire 
now EDWIN B.& CO. 49Dev- 

onshire 
Foster & Cole, 15 Devonshire 
Freeman Horace & Co. 23 Water 
Frolhiiigham Cbas. H. 151 Wash. 
Goolwin Daniel, 81 Washington 
Hayes H. Y. 14 Exchange 
Hinckley Frederick, 23 Water 
Howard H. 26 Central 
Jenney Wm. P. 8 Devonshire 
Kennedy Thos. C. 15 Devonshire 
Loring W. H. 2 Old State House 
Lormg & Clark, 15 Kilbv 
Pearson F. W. & Co. 6 Congress 
Pinkham Albion B. 27 State 
Poole Henry J. 376 Broadway 
Reed T. Frank, 20 Devonshire 
WEARS W. B. 40 Stateroom 2 
^ (see leaf opp. page 129) 
Taylor S. P. & Co. 18 State 
Thompson & Reed, IB State 
Walker Charles H. 23 Water 

Merchandise. 
Alden & Edmands, 23 India 
Allen J. Milner, 06 State 
Ander.-on W. L. 70 Friend 
Austin Wm. R. 59 Broad 
Bacon Chas. F. & Co. 5 Chatham 

row 
Banchor John F. & Co. (spirit), 

1116 and 108 Broad 
Banks D. S. (tea) 23 Central 
Barnes L. B. & Son (tea and to- 
bacco), 15 India 
Bates Geo. P. 27 India 
Beaman Bros. 230 State 
Blanchard J. Henry (chemicals), 

23 Central 
Boylston & Co. 28 India 
Bramhall & Turner, 22 Broad 

(dyestuffs and chemicals) 
■DlJSH GEO. H. & CO. 7 Battery- 

march 
Cabot, Bowles, & Co. li Kilby 
Canterbury & Co. 33 Central 
Clark Charles, 7(1 Broad , 

Clark Geo. A. 159 Milk 
Cleaves N. & Son, (oil and spirits), 

3 Central wharf 
Cushing, Porter, & Cades, 161 
Milk ; 

Cutler E. P. 15 Kilby (metals) 
Darling C. B. & Son, (spirits), 129 

State 
Dickerman B. 6 Chatham row 
Dickson John, 150 State 
D'Wolf J. L. 24 Central 
Ehrlich S. 502 Washington 
Elliot H. F. 163 Blackstone 
Emmons J. A. & Co. 19 India 

(sugar) 
Fearing Lincoln, 164 State 
Fiske Edward, 68 Congress 
French Chas. E. (drugs), 11 Cen- 
tral wharf 
Gould H. A. (dye stuffs) 58 Kilby 
Gregory D. A. 6 Chatham row 
Hall A. B. & Co. 144 State 
Hall George T. & Co. li India 
Jewett D. E. 23 Central (coffee and 

spices) 
Lowe James, 20 Merrimae 
McElroy J. W. 24 Broad (tobacco) 
McLellan Wm. H. 37 Central 



Morey Wm. C. & Co. (hides), 153 

Congress 
Morse S. Henry, (spirit) 34 India 
O'Hara & Bnllard, 23 India 
Penniman A. P. 24 Central 
Perkins A. P. 180 Merrimae 
Putnam E. & Co. 85 Water(gen'l) 
Randall David & Co. 29 India 
Reynolds E. B. 44 Kilby 
Rogers George E. 11 Doane 
Rogers J. C. & Co. 30 Central 
Shattuck L. A. & Co. 5 Broad 
(metals' [march 

Silsbee, Fowler. & Co. 17 Battery- 
Slater & Co. 44 Central 
Starbuck Walter, 110 Water 
Stone J. W. (provisions), 19 Com'l 
Townsend & Co. 36 Central 
Tuckei H. F. 13 Doane (oils) 
Tuckerman G. & Co. 25 Kilby 
Wainwright & Ainory, 40 State 
Waters Wm. C. & Co. (tobacco), 

13 India 
Weld Aaron D. Sons, 193 State 
Wetherill, Morey, & Co._ 208 Con- 
gress (goat skins and hides) 
Williams Robert & Son, 13 Broad 
Wiiig& Morse, 12 India 
VOUNG HENRY P. 108 Port- 
^ land 

Metal. 
Howard Benj.'s Sons, 19 Doane 

Mortgage. 
■p ARNES & CARTER, 51 Water, 

and 57 Congress, room 22 
T3IRD C. G. & CO. 52 Washing- 
■'-' ton 

Brown Seth E. 23 Congress 
THROWN C.WARREN, 34 

School 
Chandler H. P. 15 Devonshire 
Clopp C. W.& Co. 13 Tremont row 
Coffin & Gray, 31 State, room 1 
Cook & Carter, 213 Washington 
Davis J. C. 15 School 
■PDMUNDS CHARLES, 13 Old 
-^ State House 
Evans u. S. 28 State, room 8 
Fav C. F. 3 School 
ptlENCH JAMES, 80 Washing- 
-^ ton 

(:}.OODWIN GEO. B. 84 Wash- 
^^ ington 

Jeffries John jr. 15 Devonshire 
TEICESTER GEO. V. 815 
^-^ Washington (see front col'd p.) 
lyrERRILL & SMITH, 14 and 15 

Traveller building 
Meyer Joseph, 5 Kilby 
■\r AYLOR R. F. 89 Court, room 
-^^ 11 (see page 684) 
Norris Henr>' A. IS Exchange 
Stark John fl.. Eighth, bet. L & M 
Sullivan & Macdonald, 3 School 
Thompson, Faxon, & Co. 1 Pem- 
berton sq. 
Wakefield E. H. & Co. 81 Wash. 
Ward C. T. 106 Court 
Ward H. B. 2 Court square 
Warner E. & Co. 29 Washington 
Whitaker & Moore, 13 Traveller 
building 

Kote. 
Alderman J. F. & Co. 4 Congress 
Bates & Albee, 3 Devonshire 
Belcher D. E. 18 State 
Briggs Harrison, 60 State 
Brown B. & Sons, 56 State 
Burt E. N. .39 Court 
Chase R. G. & Co. 62 Congress 
Cowles, Lovejoy, & Co. 39 State, r.2 
Davis J. C. &'Co. 15 School 
Dorr& Williams, 40 State 
Frotbingham W. H. S. 69 Wash. 
Gardiner W. H. jr. 13 Doane 
Gay Wm. B. S. 3 Devonshire 
Lawrence Geo. 11. 50 Congress 
Lawrence W. F. 50 Congress 
T E I C E S T E R GEO. V. 815 
■'-' Wash, (see front col'd page) 
March J. S. 7o Milk 
May Wm. B. 9 Traveller building 
Meyer Joseph, 5 Kilby 
Morse E. Rollins & Bro. 28 State, 

room 16 
JiJ ASH & CUSHING, 2 Bath 

"W AYLOR R. F. 89 Court, room 
■^^ 11 (see page 6-<4) 
Peters & Parkinson, 36 Congress 
"RICHARDSON C. E. 33 Devon- 
■"•^ shire (see page 693) 
Richardson, Hill, & Co. 3 Sears bg. 
Rogers, Bush, & Co. 55 Congress 
Smith Edward M. & Co. 47 Water 
Spofford Samuel W. 9 State 
Taylor & Co. 20 State 
Thayer James H. 46 Congress 
Wainwright I. P. 18 State 
Weeks T. C. 70 State, room 2 



A large assort- VaYTkesartrk PHA jri>EI..IERS QCQ TVashington St., Boston, 
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BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



141 



Patent. 
RENT, GOOUNOW, & CO. 
" 4'JU Washington 

Pawn* 
Anderson A. 88 Friend 
Anderson W. b. 70 Friend 
Arouson Henry, W^Vi Wash. 
Baldwin, Walker, & Co. 8-1 Wash. 
Bowman Henry, (i Salem, and oj 

i-nilicott 
Bujctiee Gilhert D. 288 Hanover 
Cassidy 1*. F. iL'O Kueeland 
Cohen B. 18 Salem 
Coin Adolph, 8 Portland 
Couant Chas. O. U Essex 
Ehrlich S. ,5112 Washington 
Elliott Luther, 17 Brattle sq. 
Emery & Sehuh, 13 Endicott 
Felch H. E.4 Salem 
Frank Isaae, 157 Cambridge 
Gill C. H. 4 Fanenil Hall square 
Ueinemann B. Ltl Brattle square 
Knopf l.ewiii, ¥.) Merrimac 
T ANGUON WM. G. & CO. 40 
■'-' Elm 

Eaniley E. C. & Co. 319 Hanover 
l.eaeh & Co. 13 Brattle square 
Levi A. Ul Cambrulge 
Lissner Li. L. 24 .Merrimac 
Lissner Ephraim, 3G Merrimac 
Lissner H. 20 Salem 
Lovinski A. 12 Brattle square 
IjOwe James, 20 .Merrimac 
Woutaire John & Co. 4 Brattle sq. 
Myers A. 30 .Merririiac 
Nelson H. 80 .Merrimac 
NelsoEi H. .M. l.)S Essex 
NelM-in N. -M. 351 Hanover 
Noyes A. L. 15 U. S. Hotel 
Page M. S., Salem, cor. Endicott 
Perkins A. P. 180 Alerrimac 
Phillips G. 40 Merrimac 
Raymond Heuiy, 32 Merrimac 
Bich Seth, U Sulem 
Richards J. L. 7 Brattle square 
Savage T. L. 3 and 5 Endicott 
Sternburg H. 4li Merrimac 
Warshauer Jacob, 092 ^^ash. 
Williamson & Co. 793 Wash. 
YOUNG UEXKY P. 108 Port- 
■'■ land 

Real Estate. 
Alexander J. L. 14 Pemberton sq. 
Apthorp, Hazard, .s Co. 5 Post 

Ciuilding 
gAKER K.W. 59 Court, room 5 

« ARNES & CARTER, 51 Water 
and 57 Congress, room 22 

U ELE & CHAPIX. 121 Washing- 
^-^ ton csee page 001 ) 

UIRD C. G. Jfe CO. 52 Washing- 

ton 
Bodwell J. O. 81 Wasliington 
Brewer Nath'l jr. 12 School 
Brown J. & Co. 81 Was,dngton 
Calley & Libbey,95J Washington 
Coffin & Gray, 31 State, rooni 1 
Collins Austin U. 40 Congress 
Cox Geo. D. 5 Old State House 
Cundy Jt Derby, 29 Old State Ho. 
Duncan Chas. W. 15 Congress 
Dunham Josiah, .55 B 
Durgiii E. 81 Wash, room 8 
Eastman J. S. liil State 
VD.MUNUS CUAS.13 Old State 
-^ House 

Eldredge James T. & Co. 23 Con- 
cress 
Elliott R. C.3G Washington 
Evans B. S. 28 State, room 8 
Farrington H. IS Old State House 
Fisher M. E. 40 federal 
Fiske O. W. 31 Exchange 
Flanders O. H. 81 Washington 
Forbes Wm. W. 31 Exchange 
Foster D. W. 61 State, room H 
J^niENCHJ. 80 Washington 

Fuller Samuel D. 2GJ Exchange 
Gleason L. W. & Co.'l02 Wash. 
(1 OODWIN GEO. B. 84 Wash. 
^^ room 

Gorham Lot, 31 Exchange 
Hanchett P. S. .iU Washington 
Hastings Wm. 2S .State, room 8 
Haven Benj. Iv. 37 Tremont 
Hawkes T. B. 28 State 
Hildreth J. B. 11 Traveller build's 
Holbiook & Fox, 8 Kilby 
l-rUNTING G. F. & EEAVITT, 
^-^ 3 School 

Hyde J. F. C. 2 Court square 
JacKBon F. H. 40 State 
JACKSON S. S. 15 Congress 

James E. Worthen, 27 Tremont 

row and 07 Poplar 
James St Bowen, 407 Broadway 
John J. R. 11 Traveller building 
Jones William, 13 Exchange 



jg^INGSEEY GARDNER P. 33 

Leach & Co. 13 Brattle square 
Lee M. M. & Co. 7 Tremont row 
Loring & Logan, 89 Court 
Mavnard J. W. 31 State, room 8 
Mayo H. L. 109 Washington 
Mclntire Charles, 31 State, room 8 
Monroe & Co. 18 State 
Nason & Metcalf, 4li School 
TViAYLORK. F. 89 Court, room 
-^' 11 (see page (W4) 
Newman Mark, 15 Concrress 
Norris H. A. 18 Exchange 
Nourse B. F. 25 Kilby 
Pearson S. F. & Co. 81 Washing- 
ton, room 19 
Peterson C. A. 31 Exchange 
Porter Alex. S. 27 St ite 
Power T. C. & Co. 15 School 
Priest D. H. & Co. 3 Tremont row 
Read J. Stacv , 5 Pemberton sq. 
Heed & Co. 72 Friend 
Richardson J. C. 81 Wash, room 9 
Ridgway Edward W. 15 Congress 
RI rCHIE JAMES, 48 sears 

building 
Rohi:i.-on & Huntley, 20 State 
Rogers O. C. 81 Wash, room 8 
Saunders H. & W. A. 32 Wash- 
ington 
Shattuck Isaac, .31 Exchange 
Sheridan W. A. & Co. 7 G een 
Skilton John, 18 Exchange 
Sowdon A. J. C. 10 Devonshire 
Spooner S. 100 lilackstone 
gTEVENSONJA.MEs, 197 Han- 

Siockwell Geo. 31 Exchai ge 
Sturtevant J. 1>. 97 State 
Sullivan & Maodonuld,3 School 
Taylor & Co. 20 State 
Thompson N. A. & Co. 10 and 11 

t)ld State House 
Tilden Nelson H. 49 Sears bldg. 
Veazie J. A. 70 State 
Wainwnsht I. P. 18 State 
Wukelield E. H. 81 Wash. 
Walker & Co. 23 Court 
Ward IJ. B. 2 Court square 
Webster Geo. .\. 89 VVashington 
White Charles H. 81 Wasmngton 
Whitaker & Moore, 13 Traveller 

building 
Whitoii Charles G. 15? Court 
Whittemore B. F. 50 Congress 
Winslow Henry M. & Co. 102 

Washington 

Ship. 
Baker Freeman, 123 Commercial 
Buruey & Lynde, 3 Commercial 
Binney C.J. F. 14 Kilby 
Bixby Thomas E. & Co. 198 State 
Bia .chard, Pousland, & Co. 140 

Commerce 
Bridge, J^ord. & Co. 181 State 
Brown & Wilde, 128 State 
Clark Geo. P. & Co. 233 State 
Couant E. S. & Co. Long wf., cor. 

Atlantic ave. 
Cook Wm. & Co. 14 Com'l 
Dawes C. S. 171 Commercial 
Doane & Crowell, HI Commercial 
Emery J. S. & Co. 154 Slate 
Fitz Bros. & Co. Ul Commercial 
Frothingham N. F. 104 Slate 
HallJ. o. &; Co. 04 Chatham 
Haniium James W. & Co. 3 Com'l 
Haskell T. li. 130 State 
Hunt Chos. 3 .Merchants row 
Hunter Geo. W. & Co. 1 Comraer- 

eial wharf 
Kilham, Loud, & Co. 21 Com'l 
[VI E R C 11 A N T S. L. »i CO. 27 

■^ Central whf. (see page 043) 
Page David P. & Co. 80 State 
Fatten, Giiin, & Folger, 130 Com'l 
Preston & Dill n,B Central wharf 
Ray & Walter, 108 State 
Reed P. W. & Co. 73 Commercial 
Ryder H. 73 Commercial 
Siurges R. C. Jt Co. 9 Merchants 

row 
Thayer & Lincoln, 13 Com 1 
Thayer & Peahody. 134 State 
Torrey E. E. & Co. I;i7 Com'l 

Si>ecie. 
Bangs, Coffin, & Co, 88 State 
Child Lewis, 00 State 
Hammett James, 37 State 
Mann & Rhodes, .(l State 
P^cott & Bernett,8 State 
Stone & Downer, 28 State 
Worster Bros. A Babson, 7 State 

Stock and Exchange. 
Arnold Charles, 2 Chans;e ave. 
Attwood Gilbert & Co. 14 Mer. 
Exchange 



Ballou M. R. 20 Devonshire 
Bnnga, Coffin, & Co. 88 State 
Bates H. M. 2 Stale 
Bates & Albee, 3 Devonshire 
RECK BROTHERS, successors 
■'-' to Dupee, Beck « Sayles, 15 

Devonshire 
Blake Bros. & Co. 28 State 
Bolles .Matthew k Co. 90 State 
Bradstreet& Vinton, 31 Devoneh'e 
Brewer James P. room A, Travel- 
ler building, 31 State 
Brewster Beuj. 15 Kilhy 
Brewster, Sweet, & Co. 40 State 
Broadhead L>. D. 7 Doane 
Brown Benjamin & Sous, 56 

State 
Clark & Jones, 34 Devonshire 
Coe James A. 70 State 
Comiiis L. B. 31 State 
Cutter J. A. B. 21 Central 
Davis F. A. 2 Change avenue 
Davis James W. 2 Change avenue 
Davis W^m. F. 2 Change ave. 
Day R. L. & Cobb, 31 Kilby 
Doane Geo. A. 2 Change avenue 
Dwight Charles, 70 State 
Faiky Gustavus, 2 change ave. 
Farley J. P. 20 Devoiisliire 
Farley Robert, 2 Change avenue 
Fay Wilson W. & Co. 7 Traveller 

building 
Fiske Joseph N. 70 State 
Foote & French, 7 Congress 
F'uller G. E. & Co. 2 State 
Gates Geo. F. 18 State 
Gilbert B. W. 14 Exchange 
Gilbert Samuel, 14 .Mer. E.x. 
Gilley John E. M. 2 Old State 

House 
Gurhain Francis, 1.5 Congress 
Hall C. C. 14 Exchange 
Hammett James, 37 State 
Hastings J. P. 20 Devonshire 
Hawke-s T. B. 10 Exchange 
U AWLEY F. A. & CO. 1 Devon- 

shire 
Head & Perkins, 22 Devonshire 
Heath C. H. 92 State 
Heath F. A. 2 Change avenue 
Henshaw & Brother, 5 Merchants 

Exchange 
Hubbard Brothers & Co. 14 Devon- 

sliire^ room 2 
Johnston T. A. 2 Change avenue 
Keith Wm. W. 15 Congiess 
Lee, Daiiforth, & i.,o. 48 State 
Lee, HiggiDson i; Co. 40 State 
Lee John C. 40 State 
Lee John R. 40 Slate 
Lee Thos. J. & Hill, 60 State 
T EI C ESTER GEO. V. 815 

Wash, (see front col'd page) 
Lincoln Chas. D. 8 Congress sq. 
Long Geo. W. & Co. 24 Congress 

square 
Loilirop C. S. 9 State 
Marliu Joseph G. 10 State 
INlay Wm. 15.9 Traveller building 
.McN'eal J. D. 36 Washington 
Mead Samuel O. 2 Change ave. 
Mittiu B. C. & Co. 25 Congress sq. 
\| ORSE E. ROLLINS & BRO. 
■^'-*- IS State, room 16 
Morse George M. 7 State 
Morse S. jr. 26 Congress square 
fllyrick O. L>. 6 Liiidall 
PAGE, RICHARDSON, & CO. 
-^ 70 State 

Parker & Cobb, 36 Devonshire 
Perkins T. Henry, 23 Congress sq 
Peteis & Parkin-on, 36 Congress 
Pickering II. W. 48 State 
Pickering J. .iO State 
Pratt R. .M. lUi State 
Pycott & Bennett, 8 State 
Putnam Chas. A. 60 State 
Reed Wm. 20 Devonshire 
Richardson, Hill, & Co. 3 Sears bg. 
Rogers, Bush, & Co. 55 Congress 
Smith 0. U. 31 State, room 3 
Smith G. 11. & Co. 102 State 
Soley J. J. 13 Exchange 
Spencer A. W. 13 Congress 
CPENCER, VILA, & CO. 13 
•"^ Congress 

Stevpus, Amory, & Co. 39 State 
Stowell John B. jr. 8 Congress sq. 
Studley S. G. 31 State, room 3 
Sturges R. C. 9 .Mercnants row 
Tenuey B. F. 1 Post Office ave. 
Tower, Giddings. & Torrey, 74 

State 
Tyler W. C. 28 State 
Wainwright* Amory, 40 Stale 
Walker & -Vlcrriam, 9 Congress 
Wetherbee John, 2 Chaiige ave. 
Wilder George E. 20 Devoiisliire 
Williams J. F. 3 Devonshire 
Wilson William A. 18 State 
Worster Bros. & Babson, 7 State 



Wi>.?t^^?.lifo^f Gas Fixtures, «• "^A^i^Sfet *^**' 369 ^^tJ^Vil*"" 



142 



BOSTON BUSINESS DIEECTORY. 



Sronze Castlngg. 

COUTH BOSTON IRON CO., 
'-^ W. P. Hunt, treas. 55 Foundry 

Bronze for JtSoots a.nd 
Shoes. 

■t) KOWN B. F. & CO. 135 Fulton 
•'-' (see page tWH) 

Bronze Iron Ooods. 

JONES M. D. & CO. 52 Sudbury 

CTEARNS N. C. 12, 16, and 18 
^ Bromtield (see page 662) 

Brouze Powders. 

J)ONALD W. C. &CO. liSMilk 

jyi ORRILL GEO. H. 86 Water 

rORRS A 
JJevonshli 
Bronze Stutuary. 

Metallic Art Works, Curry & Co. 

15 State 
PALMER, BACHELUERS, 
■*- & CO. 102 VSashiiuton 
Brouzer and ■ lectro 
Oilder. 
Whiteley H. 2 Spring lane 

Broom Alanufs. 
INSTITUTION FOR THE 
•*■ BLIND, 2U and 22 Jironitield 

(seepage 6U1J 
Mapleston JSi Co. 19 Lewis 
PACKARD & BUKKILL, 3.3 
•*■ Exchange (rattan) 
TyoRUESlLR & AUSTIN, 86 
'^' Cbardon (rattan, see p. 675) 
Wotton C. W. & Co. 92 und 91 

Broad 
BruKh Alaiiulacturers. 
Averill & Hunting, Su v\ ater 
rjUKTON, 1E1.1.0WS, & CO. 
■'-' til Exchange 
Eastham W. \V". 16" Summer 
Hall Charles 146, Washington 

Mc L A U u ii L i ^ BRUSH 
MANUFACTORY, Murphy, 
Leavtns, it Co. i» Exchange 
Morris Geo. G. & Co., F, c. Third 
PACKARD & BURKILL, 33 
■^ Exchange 
gUERRlFF -. CO. 146 Wash. 

White D. & Sons, 27 Exchange 
Whiiing J. L. 8 Blackstone 
WOKCESTER & AUSTIN, 86 
' ^ Cliardon (see page 675) 
Bi'ush Veneers Alanur. 
T'OLDSMITH F. L. oU.l Char- 
^~^ Uon 

Builders' Hardware. 
fiOSTON LOCK CO., J I'. 
•" Hayiies, 19 Wareham 

Buildint; Alaterials. 

Hani Jos. Northampton, corner 

Albany 
TIAYES MARTIN, 3 and 5 
'■^ Berkeley (see page 646) 
Lash A. F. 151 Essex (2d hand) 
CUEPARD U. S. & CHESTER, 
•^ Swett, foot of Northampton, 
and .vU Congress (see page 65tt) 
BuiUIInt; AXovers. 
Blair & Skinner, 502 Harrison ave. 
Boynton Bros. & Freeman, 22 Con- 
gress 
Cavanagh W. R. & W. P., Cot- 
tage, u. railroad, S. B., & 22 State 
Drinau M. toot of Shirley 

Bungs and Xaps. 

Conroy E. 50 Albany 
~ TUNROE & HARKINGTON 
71 Sudbury 

Bun tins. 

T? E A R 1 N G, R U D -M A N, & 

•*■ SWIFT. 23 and 25 Conimei- 
cial (see page 098) 

Burglar A.larui Xele- 
grapli. 

13 OLMES E. T. & CO. 3 Milk 
^-^ (see page 660 

Burnetizing. 
"DARKER BROS.& GARDNER, 
•" 44 Kilby 

Burning Brands. 
J^AR;nES& smith, 74 Wash. 

JACOBS GEORGE, 151 Wash. 

WILLIAMS G. W. & CO. II 
' * Batterymarch 



H 



M^ 



Burning Fluid. 

XrOYES PEKSON, 47 India (see 
-'-' page 094) 

pORTER JOHN & CO. lOI 
-"■ Water (see page 683) 

Burr Af illstones. 

T")UNCAN & COPELAND, 379 
■^ Commerciol (see page 066) 
OLMES & BLANCHARD, 6 
Haymarket sq. (see page 697) 
A|cLEAN CHAS. R. 100 Lewis, 

Butt Binge AfanufUc- 
turers. 

■RENEDICT & BURNHAM 
-^ MANUF. CO. 68 Federal, H. 

W. Brooks, a ent (see p. 046) 
T OTHROP GEO. B. & CO. 30 

Excliange 

Button Dealers. 

(1 LAZIER G. M. 81 Summer 

(:JR1SW0LD D. C. & CO. 164 
^^ and 160 Devonshire 

Button Hole Machines. 

A MERICAN BUTTON-HOLE, 
■^ OVER SEAMING, AND 
SEWING -VIACHINE CO., 
Edward Dewey, agent, 2«5 
Washington 
Union Button-Hole Machine Co. 
30 Chard'n, D.VV.G. Humphrey, 
treasurer 
"YyOOD A.MOS L.51 Water 

<'abinet Makers. 

Armstrong Geo. 4 Faneuil Hall 

square (repuiriiig) 
Arnaud Derk,107 Eustis 
UFA I & HOOPER, 3&4 Holmes 
■"-^ block, llaymarket square 
Blake Christopher, 100 North 
UOSSOil & KORSH, 08 Albany 
•'-' (see page 040) 
Bowden Jnhn C. 203 Hampden 
U RAMAN, SHAu, & CO. 27 
^-^ Sudbury 

Briggs Stth, 16 Chapman place 
Browiiell B. C. 3j Sudbury 
Cady Will. A., Clarendon, corner 

Warren ave. 
Cleret, Sessler, & Co. 500 Tremont 
Costdio Edward J. 80 North 
Crowley James, 87 Causeway 
Curry 1'. W. & Co. 90 I tica 
Davenport James, Bowuoin, near 

Green, ward 16 
Lebock Matthew, 219 Eighth 
Dunham I. P. »7 Causeway 
Ellis James, 5(j Albany 
Fielding J. P. & Son, 347 B'way 
( ' It FIN 11. M. 87 Cau^eway 

Gitfnrd J. A. 109 Court 
Godfrey John G. Ml Portland 
Grant Win. 84 Utica, andSSKnee- 

lana 
Haskell Augustus, 86 Utica 
llixon E. & Co. 172 Wasnington 
1 1 uLMES F. M. & CO. 188 Han- 
^^ over 

Howard James H. 191 Portland 
11 Ul ClllNSON BROS,Lorch. 
•'-'- ave., cor. Lodinan, P. O. ad- 
dress, Miltoi , .Mass. 
JACKSON CHAS. A. & CO. 63 
" Charlestown 
Jelinek Ci.ailes, 383 Federal 
T EVMS J. D. 2/ Poitland (see 
-'-' page 680) 

Lun I J. J. 379 Washington 
Jli.har £.390 Treiimnt 
]y|ANS(JN & PETERSON, 101 
■^ -*■ Bolder, cor. Decatur, E. B. 

(see page 075) 
Miller William, 324 Shawmutave. 
MItchill & Robinson, »7 Causeway 
Mulligan .lames, 4 Mechanics 

bl CK, E. Waltham 
pElRcE GEO. W. n Sudbury 

Proud Bros. 56 Albany 
pUTNA.M & COCHRAN, 46 

Richmond 
Randall & .McCaw, 87 Causeway 
Reed Henry F. (>i Sudbury 
Roberts L harles B. 12/ Cabot 
Robv A. H. & Co. 48 Albany 
SCALES HENRY, ^8 Union 

Park street 
UCALES JAMES & CO. 202 Tre- 
^ mont 

Schulz A. & Co. 744 Washington 
Shackford tdwin, 81 W. Concord 
CHAl.ES D. & CO., First, near E 
^ (see page 662) 

Sherman, Johnson, & Co.48 Albany 
Smith E. 87 Causeway 



Smith George, 129 Merrimac 
Soule & Co., Commercial, near 

Dorchester avenue, ward 16 
Soyard C. J. 392 Tremont 
Taylor H. R. 1908 Washington 
Thwaites Wm. G. 85 Hudson 
Touissaint W. & Co. 541 Wash. 
Walsh Wm. 19 Harvard place 
Watts Edward, 23 ilarvard 
Weafer Bichard, 109 Cambridge 
Weeks .VI. T. C. 28 Euslis 
Wetherbee J. W. 132 Portland 
WILLIA.MS GEO. W.201Port- 

'' land (see page 677) 
Ty ILSON & HUGHES, 441 Tre- 

' ' mont (sewing machine cases) 
Woodbury, Gra^, & Co. 129 Port- 
land 

Cabinet Makers' Sup- 
plies. 

n.OLDSMI I'H F. L. .36^ Char- 
^-' don (headless wire nails) 
CPUKR CHAS. W. 43 Summer 

Calico Printers' Sup- 
plier. 

THOMPSON EDWIN & CO. 32 
-•■ Broiid 

Calking Cotton. 

Morss A. S. 210 Commercial 
Caloric Kngines. 

ipRIPP A. W. 1)7 South 

Camera Box Alanufs. 

poBFKTS BROS. 6 Franklin 
■'-*' avenue 

Can Openers. 

fJEWELL JAMES S. & CO. 
-'■' o?, and 55 Haverhill (see page 

070; 

Cancelling Stamps. 
n II A .M B E R L A I N N. L. 257 
^ Wasnington 

PL TIER, lOWER, & CO. 83 
'-' Milk 
2) AVIS W. H. H. 41 Brattle 

Cap Alakers. 

"UENT & BUSH, 275 Washington 

Brinknian Theo. 18 Faneuil H. sq. 
Gould G. F. 119 Washington 
Hollander J. L. 179 Waslimgton 
Kuttner T. S. 9'.' Court 
Louis & Cohen, 84 Suninier 
Myers & Knapp, l2l Summer 
p.vNDALL J. E. 542 Washing- 
^^ ton 

bliecker Bros. 63 bummer 
Taylor G. M. & Sou, 286 Washing- 
ton (and cloth hatsi 
Woltt William, 46 Chauncy 

Cap Xrinunings. (I'alettt 

Leather.) 
fpURNER GEORGE, 3 Otis 

Capstans. (Power if Common.) 
I "vjFFlN i WOODWARD, 132 

^ Central, and 235 State (see p. 

1,65) 
CTONE H. N. 132 Commercial 
'■-' (see page 695) 

Car Seat Alanufactory. 



Car Seat Spring Mauu- 
t'acturers. 

QOBB Z. m SONS, 27 John 

Car Springs. 

UOSTOiM CAR SPRING CO., 
George Dunoar & Co., agents, 
4S Water 

]SJEW h,NG. CAR SPRING CO. 

-"■^ Stephen G. Dcblois, agent, 9 
Doane 

New York Car Spring Co., F. J. 
Calhoun, 27 Doane 

Car Stoves. 

T OUDON, TOWER, & CO. HI 
■^ and 113 Water 

Car Xrininiings. 

poRBETT A. O. 13 Battery- 
^ march (see page 642) 
1 OUDON, TOWER, & CO. Ill 
■^ and 113 Water 

Car "Wheels. 

TVr^YNARD JAMES A., New 
■^'■'- street, E. B. (Mayuard's Elas- 
tic, see page ti58) 



rLaa f^i-naa altered and TUT ^4- t\ii,a connected at "D TrOILir.lNGS <fe CO., 
\7cl» X Xpoo repaired, lUOlOlO short notice, A. AX a6» Washington St. 



BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



143 



Carboys. 

r YNDEBORU GLASS CO. 49 
-^ Indiii 

CartI Alaiiufacturer. 

FerkiuD K. L. 71 Milk 
<'ard8. 

UTOKKS A.MAKIAH & CO. U3 
•^ Devonshire 

Cards, (iiliuiv.) 

VTARSIlALh J. P. C. 122 Wosh- 
-'■'■'- iiigton 

Carpenters <fc Builders. 

Aduius IJ. G. & Sun, 12'J Meriimac 

Aiiains VV. I), over -M Uudley 

AlUee Edward A. 2U Buwker 
AlEXANijEK & WELDON, 5 

■"• Jacksun place 

Alexuiidei \V. li. 4S(t Trenumt 

Allbnght John G., AUbright court 
ward Ici 

Alleu M. M. 751) Tremont 

Allies S. & II. 71 Fayet.u 

Amiable C. C. »4 Aloany 

Annstrung Guo. 4 Faaeuil Hall sq. 

Ijacoii J. t . L'li I'ultuii 

iialley J. K. L'.N liroi.d 

baik'V 11. :;(; Everett, E.B. 

Bailey I'. US Jireiiieu 

UAKEK & CA-Hl-BELL, 127 W. 

^ Brookliiie 

Baieh F. 14 Webst>ruve. 

Barker C. & G. M Beverly 

Barker James A. .5y S. Margin 

Burker J. U. 52 Uiarles 

Bai-luv\- E. E., .^la[her, ii. Dorches- 
ter ave. ward l(j 

Barnes Cuitis, Is.' Portland 

Bartlelt E. E. 12 llawley 

UAKi'uN & BiKiljETT, 65 
Warehuiii, and order box 22 
State 

Basset! Joseph, Old Harbor, near 
Telegrapii 

Bates E. i^. rear IS Bedford 

Bates & Emerson, 'il Broad 

Battis 'U \Viij.44 Albany 

Beal J. H. 2:iU t'ongr.ss 

Bean Ivory, 22 State 

Bell James A., Bruad, cor. Oliver 

Belyea K. J. '.il Cbapinau 

Bennett S. P., Cliestuui.n. Charles 

Benson C. 1'. 12'i (JQaileatown 

Berry U. A. 151 K 

Bishop i Kussell, Castle, cor. Har- 
rison ave. 

Bla;kbird Geo. 14 North Cen re 

Blancnard ii. VV., Walnut, near 
.N.'ponset ave. ward lU 

iSludgett C. H. 5811 -ihawmut ave. 

B.ood Will. U. 17 Morton place 

Bodweli c. 11. S4 Aluaiiy 

Holes VV.irren, 25 BowAer 

BjuucU 11. C, Ferdinaii 1, corner 
VVinehesier 

Bourn & Eeavitt, 22 State, and 146 
-Mt. Vernon 

Bowe Timothy F. 31 Exchange 

Bowe Will, rear lilS) Washiiiiiton 
UO.Vt-ltS .vEjMZ ), 187 Port- 

■" laud 

Bowker B -iij. C. Glide, ward 10 

Bowker Edmund, 50 Oiiarlestown 

Bowker Freeman, yi W. Cedar 

Bowkt-r George W., Albany, cor. 
East Deiiham, and 22 State 

Boj d Tliompson, Commerciu), n. 
Union, war.i Hi 

Braekett Henry L. y8 Travers 

Bradford Thomas, 4.5.5 fremoiit 

Uiowii E. F., E. Canton, c. Albany 

Brown G. 11. i Co. 51J W-oeilain 

Brown John E. 1:^1 ilorder, E.B. 
UKUVVN J.E. & CO. 17aiidiy 
v\ afehaiii 

Burgess 1/. .vl. S4 Chard..n 

buruiiam G. T. IIIJ Portland 

Burns Uamel vV . reur i44 Uudley 

Burr Theophiliis, 17 Blossom 

Burt J. ll. & Co., lilue Hill ave. n. 

liiver, ward 111 
Enroll John Al. |J.J4 Harrison ave. 

Caliill John E. 7j Warren 
Cannon .t ^o. 1.5:( Tyler 
Carney J.jhii J. jyu lourth 
Cassidy James, Elmwood, u. Dun- 
low 
Caswell I. G., Carleton's whf. E.B. 
Chamberlin at ilarstoii. 2-i4 Broad 
Chandler Moses £. sy Cliapmau 
Chaiiman A. 11. 1:« Essex 
(JUAPMaN J. M. yi i^hapman 

Chapman & Davison, 185 Hanover 
Chapman i Hall, 1)4 Travers 
CliaseSamu.l .?. 121 Kuggles 
Cha^e S. Y. lUy Border, E.B. 
Cheney Arteioas F. 85s Albany 
Chesley Brothers, 71 Wareham 



Clark F. O., Tudor, n. Dorch. 
Cleaves S. E., Border, op. Lexing- 
Clement & Cressy, 22 State [ton 
Clitlord W. 117 Limgress 
ColHn U. 11. 172 E. Uover 
(JUGGINS W. U. & L. M. 144 
^ Uover 

Colcord & King, 4-')4 Tremont 
Colter John, Adams, n. Park,wd.l(; 
Coimiit Fred. P. 75 W. Dedhain 
Conologue Clias. V. 152 Dover 
Cooper & Co. yil Federal 
Cormick Joseph, New Albany, n. 

East Canton 
Cotton Lewis E. .3.3 Province 
Cowin R. S. 342 Commercial 
Cox George D. 31) Cox building, 

and 5 Old State House 
Cox Thomas W. Si Judah H., Cox 

building I'nd »y Washington 
Crawford E. F., Park, near depot, 

ward Hi 
Creesy & Noyes, 53 to 59 Wareham 
Crosby & uakin, 220 I'ynehon 
Cummings S: Carlisle, 146 Tyler 
Cnnniiighum G H. .lOi Bolton 
Curtis llirain, 22 ^tale 
Curtis T. J. 7y West Uodham 
Curtis & Drisko, 412 Tremont 
Damon C. A. 32 Tyler 
Damon Davis, i51 Border, E.B. 
Damon Henry,. y VV. Uedhain 
Dauirell J. S. & Co. 4 N. Kussell 
Daiitbrth Thomas S. '5 Kuggles 
D.iuut T. K. 27s Federal 
Davenport C.ilvin, Green, n. Bow- 

doiii, waru 16 
Davenport tljrttbrd, Hancock, c. 

Colu.j;bia, ward 16 Inon 

Davies Daniel & Son, 154 Mi. Ver- 
uavis C. rs. .6 Ciiarlestuwu 
Dean J. W. 465 Blue hill avenue 
Dearborn J. a. & soii, 2.: Hawley 
Delano J. W. 7y vV. uedham 
Delue Wm 11. 1.-3 Cong. ess 
Dewire J..1.61U Sixlh 
Ditson Horatio, ^7 Kingston 
Dobsou J. 24 uawluy 
Dolierty J. 37 Fleet 
Doherty J. & N. lil llnggles 
D.mavan D. J. 44 Albanv 
Doniiell U. 1.1. Is6 ilroaJ 
Dow Daniel, 200 Portland 
Dowliiig Mark, rear 27 Kingston 
T-JOVVNING OLIVER H. 132 
■^ Fedeial 

Draper & Vaughn, 22 State 
DriscoU M. 12 Swan 
Drury Kjger, 22 Slate 
DuiiOjr 1^. ther W. .ill Charles 
Dupee Charles, 32 Lancaster 
Diipee Louis, 17S E. Dover 
Ea.iie & Brown, G Artisans' block, 

Union Park ot. 
Easierbrook Isaac, 7 River 
VLUER GEO. G. & SOX, 401 
-^ Aluany 

Emerson tjeo. ys Travers 
Emerson & Edgett, 47y Treraoi.t 
E..iery A. J. 75 W. weiiliain 
Esty J. J., Maveiiek, toot Cottage 
Eve.ett A. 146 Uudle> 
Ewell Charles, Green, n. Bowdoin, 

ward 16 
Farrell JH Waton, 136 Dover 
Fariingtou John r . 46.i liarr. ave. 
ieiin D. i;yo Was.iington 
Fiiield U., Harrison ave. c. Dudley 
Fitcu Jonas & Co. .-183 Federal 
Flanuers B. H. 84 Albany, and 22 

State 
Fleming s Co. Ill State 
Folsom A. W. 17 King 
Foisom J mes A, 1.>-1 .dt. Vernon 
Ford IJaniel a. 101 VV. lirookhne 
Foster Jacob, FoSier, n. Dorchester 

as e. ward lij 
Frame James, ;W Border, E.B. 
Freeman Albert, 113 .Werriniac 
French, Emerson, & Co. 635 Fourth 
Frizzed Charles, .)7 Troy 
Frost J. .VI. jBr^ad 
Frost Will. u. 2 Bread 
Fuller diaries C, New Albany, 

opp. E. Brookliiie 
Fuher E. L. 11 Peniberton sq. 
b unless & Clitlord, Is Hawicy 
Gallagher Joiin E. 7y VV. Deuliam 
Garlick K 1>. I7j4 VVasliington 
ijenisU 1^. I,. SONorih 
Girtord M. S. Jio Portland 
Gibert Cuiiiniings, 1.55S Wash. 
Oi.bert John, Hariison ave. near 

Uudley 
Gaiespic John VV. u Artisan's blk. 

Union P..rk st. 
Guadeii K. T., MyWlc, n. Stougli- 

ton, wan 16 
GouuAin Si Higgins, 267 Tremont 
Gould U. i. ISi Congress 
tiraee F. E. & Co. 108 Blackstone 
Grant D. iu Tyler 



H^ 



Green C. A., Everett ave, near 

Stoughton, ward 16 
Groffan A. W. & J. H. 105 Cross 
Hadlock & Bruce, l2y Congress 
Haines J. F. & U.J. Si Co., Liver- 
pool, near Decatur, E.B. 
Hall Ji Eaton, 3iS Alliens 
Hanson A. S4 Hudson 
Ilardicig Xt Nelly, 462 Tremont 
Uargrave Geo. 124 Lexington, E.B. 
Harriiiian N. G. 151 Portland 
Hart Natlianiel O. 75 Wareham, 

and 22 State 
Harvey A F. 52 Charles 
Haskell T, F. rear 04 Joy [bioa 
Has.et George, Chapman, cor. Al- 
llatliavtay A. loot ol River 
Hawes Beiij. yo Harrison ave. 
llawkes & Co., E. Uover 
ll„zlett Nixon, 2y Prince 
Heath Uaua, l.iO Chariestown 
H.ldrethJ. W. 274 Broad 
Hill Jacob J., Chapman, cor. Eme- 
rald (Parker 
Hill & Dufresne, Longwood av. n, 
nine E. B. 2 Creek square 
lOBART PETER, Jk. 15 Uar- 
1 pi. 

Holbrook St. Harlow, 220 Third 
llolden ilenry A. 468 Tremont 
llulnies Chester u. .0 CreeK sq. 
Horton G. W. 113 Merriinac 
Huff Owen, 3yy Albany 
Huggins C. iM. 455 Tremont 
Hunt John, 13 Oliver 
Hv^ut Win. 511O Harrison ave. 
Irving C. R. 32 Sudbury 
James Wm. 31 Rieiimoud 
Jenkins lleniy, 4.4 Tremont 
Johnson A. 4i Z^igler 
Johnson & Eaton, lyN. Russell 
Jones Geo. W. 82 Cliardun 
Jordan Henry &. 32 Sudbury 
Joidau 1. B., Liverpool, n. Decat'r 
Joyce Alonzo, 40 Batterymurch 
Keene Brothers, 405 Dorchester 
L" ENNE Y II. Si. SON,153 Border, 
-^^ i::.ti. (.see page 677; 
King Augustus, rear lyS Eighth 
Kingsbury Edward, 121 Kuggles 
I A.MLnG & i^KlSKO, S..ett, c. 
-^ Keed, and 22 Mate 
Lane Patrick, 4 Mechanics' block, 

E. VValtham 
Lang S. ay Richiiioiid [16 

Lapuaui K. M., Bowdoin ave. wd. 
Lehmuun J. C. A. (00 Washingtou 
Lewis Asu, II E. Spriuglield 
Ltwis John, 430 Commercial 
Lincoln Geo. L. IS Uawley 
Eitchtield Ira, 16 N. Russell 
Long James, 4 N. Russell 
Lord J. VV. & Son, 65 Warren 
Luw VV.A. & T.C. 1 ,2 Harrison av. 
Lund J. C. 1.50 Chariestown 
Lydston A. ll., 45 Winslow 
Lytord I'lionia, & Co. 21 Barrett 
\|ACKENZ1E & CAMPBELL, 
•^'-^ 453 Tremont 
Magrath John, 418 Tremont 
Mainland Joiin V. 3y2 Harrison av. 
-Vi ,ir Alexander, 117 Merrin.ac 
Manstiela Michael, 117 Meriiraac 
jyl ANSON & PETERSON, 101 
Border, cor. Decatur, E. t>. 
(see page ^ub) 
Maisuall S.uiiuel,S7 Hudson 
Marshall Wm. 11 Bedtord 
jyj^AKSroN J. M. Taber 

Alartm & Wilson, rear 1767 Wash. 
jyj^AjON L.Jfc oON,i*li Wareham 

May Peter, 7 Alechanics' block, E. 

Waltham 
McAleer P. 21 Province 
Mc^ouald D. 5 Mecliauics' bl'k, 

Ea--t Waltham 
McEwin 6i iVIcUonald, 48 Albany 
McGonagle Cliarle*^, 5 ureek sq. 
.Vlciudoe Geo. D. PJ Spring lane 
.Mcintosh Koyal, Downer 
"\ I cKAY D. H., Dorchester ave. 
-'-'-'• n. Mt. Veri.on, ward 16 
.\ielvechnie Edward, Hancock, n. 

coiuiiioia, waru i^ 
McEaren A. Si Co. 131 Border, and 

.i2 Stale 
McLean Angus, 125 VV. Brookliue 
^leLeaii Isaac, 10 Noitii Ai.uersou 
.VIeNeil & Bros., Albion, cor. Paul 
XIcNClT J. J., Novelty Wood 
-'■-'■ Works, Wareham, cor. Mai- 
den (see page 67y) 
-Merrill ». v.. 3;; I'yler 
Metzler C, New Ucatii 
Miller Jan. es E. 4 Gates [ter 

MilchcU Asa, Bow en, n. Dorches- 
Moirisoii J. u. 21 Leatnei square 
jyj[ORKlSON N. M. 20 Pitts 

Morse W. H. 15y Liverpool 



Bronzes, Clocks, Vases, Card R''*^^'^£?*^'oti:iA*«s^co.''*"'"" 



144 



BOSTON BUSINESS DIEECTORY. 



Carpenters Sf Builders— continued. 
Morse W. 4 Mall 

Morton C. B. lOti Water [wd. 16 
Morton Josephus, Mt.Bowdoin av. 
Morton & Chesley, 71anU73 Ware- 
ham, and 1!2 State 
Moultou & Thompson, 17,') Portl'd 
Munroe Ucury jr. lii Chapman pi. 
Murphy John, 4b0 Tremont 
Mi>WMAM & CULBY, Albany, 
-'■' opp. Warehani 
Nichols P. P., Park, ward 16 
Nichols William, 142 Tyler 
Nichols W. rear 240 llauover 
Nichols & Barteaux, 140 Dudley 
Nowell G. & U. 84 Church, and 22 

State 
Nowell O. S. 690 Washington 
Noyes J. & C. A. 16 Chapman pi. 
( )AKMAN UliiMKy 1'., Walnut, 
^ ward 16 
Paine J. D. 124 Dover 
Patch Franklin, US Travers 
pATTKKSON WM. 3 Artisans' 
•^ block. East Union Park st. 
UAUL J. F. & CU. ^41 Tremont, 
•*• order box 2J State 
Peard W. 54 A 
Perkins David, 28 Hawley 
Perkius E. A., Fulton, ward 16 
Perkins S. S. 22 State 
Perkius & Weeks, rear 64 Joy 
Persous J. K. & Co. 33 Tiuvers 
Peterson & Goodwin, 77 Joy 
Pickering Leonaru, Bremen, near 

Maverick, Ji.B. 
Pickett Win. B., Orleans, corner 

Murray court 
Pierce John, 134 Charlestown 
piKKCi; S. H. D.,416 Dorchester 

ave. 
Pike Andrew, 117 Merrimac 
Pike a. W., Causeway, c. Portland 
Pike Geo. S. 117 Meinmac 
Poland D. k.. & Co. US Water 
Poland W. C. & Son, 22 State 
Pond Cranston, 21 F ainn 
Pope James, Adams, ward 16 
Porteous Andrew, 5 Beach 
Pratt e.L.b Beach 
Quimby Iru B. 4 Murray ct. E.B. 
KamsdeU S. B. 161) ilaiiovcr 
Rand Daniel W. 75 W. Jjeiiham 
Kawson W. & J. 449 Tremont 
Keed Alton G 171 Dualey 
Keed Otto K. Isai Wasiiiugton 
Khoades 1J.S2 Fulton 
Kice Thomas, Mather, n. Alston, 

ward 16 
Bichurdsou A. E., Boston, n. AU- 

bright ct. ward 16 
Richardson & Young, 25 Beverly 
Ricker & Itandall, 00 Piedmont 
Ridlou Richard, ol So. Margin 
Kipley A.S. 55 Emerald, and 22 

State 
Roberts & Damon, 20 Pitts 
Robinson Seth, lo Uawiey 
Robinson W. S. 5iiO Harrison ave. 

ogers J. U. bO ChaidciU 
Rogers P. H. 5;: Smith 
Rose F'abius, Harrison ave. bet. 

Dudley and Warren 
Rose Hugh H. 2y6 Harrison ave. 
Rumrill & Stanton, 183 Warren, 

cor. Walnut ave. 
Runey Frank, 89 Chapman 
Russell True, nar 142 Dudley 
Sattbid Edward, 2 I'aul, and 412 

Tremont 
Sanders Wm. 334E 
Schell 4'rauk, Elm wood.c. Dunbar 
Schell Geo. M. l-.;7 Kuggles 
Scott Russell, 57 Eustis 
Scott & DeEue, 418 Tiemont 
Seymour F. 50 Charlesiown 
Seward JS Morgan, r. 39 Portland 
Shapleigh M. O. & E. 185 Second 
Sharp H. A. 38 Orleaus, r^.H. 
Shaw J.J. 362 Broad 
Shaw & Morrison, 432 Tremont 
SiUoway Nath'l A. 13 N. Anderson 
Suva M., 3 Artisans' blk. E. L uiou 

Park St. 
Simmons Charles, head of Sum- 
ner, E. B. 
Simmons Hiram, 9 Lime 
Simpson Isaac E., V\ aid's wharf 
Singer G. W. 148 Dover 
UMAEE ABED C. 65 Wareham 

Small J. E. 10 State 
<^M1TH C. S. 93 ilerrimae 

Smith Edward N. 91 Chapman 
Smith Joseph A. 75 \V. Dedhum 
Smith N. S. 313 Fourth 
Smith Wm. 20 Bowker 
Snell & Eibby, 51 Broadway 
Snow Joel, Ho Portland 
Soule Win. 31 Bowker 
Spence Andrew, 4 Head place 



Spencely C. J. 59 Sawyer 
Sprague James H., rear 67 Warren 

Stackpole Albert. 36 N. Russell 
IJ TAN DISH FRANCIS, 167 AI- 
*~' bany 

Starrett John, 120 Charlestown 
Stedman Albert, 101 W. Brookiine 
Steele A. E. 18 Hawley 
Stevens John S. 67 Bevcily 
UTEWART WM. H. 399 Albany 

Stetson C. P. 128 Cambridge 
Stinson Charles, 33 Hamburg 
Stinson & Haskell, 390 Tremont 
Stiles L. D. 75 West Dedham 
Stiles & Atkins, 16 N. Russell 
Stone Marshall S. 33 Tyler 
Stratton H. B. 12 E. Springfield 
Strout A. J. 142 Dudley 
Slubba Samuel, 22 State 
Studley G. W.,Paik,u. Exchange, 

ward 16 
Sutherland J. A. 63 Bartlett 
Swallow Calvin, 7»6 Tremont, and 

22 State 
Sweetlaud R. L. 432 Tremont 
Swett & Abbott, 5 Winslow 
Swift Wm. A. 70 Albany 
Tarr David S., Russell place 
"pATRO GEO. 125 W. Brookiine 

Tenney & White, Blossom place 
1 haxter L.66 Tyler 
Thomas Geo. C. rear 851 Wash. 
Thomas Joseph M. 41 Way 
Thompson Miles, rear 14 Warren 
Tibbetts A. J. 5 Staflbrd 
Tibbetts Mark, 700 Washington 
Tiglie James T., Boweii, btt. F 

and Dorchester 
Tilden Chris, jr. 85 and 87 Warren 
Towle Samuel F. 1530 Washington 
Tciwiifeiid Geo. O. J' Avery 
Tucker u. S. 22 Siale 
'lurnbuU D. i.ll? .Merrimac 
Waitt & Casey, 80 Northami.ton 
Walsh James, 2 Downer 
Warutr & Noyes, 44 Albany 
Waterman T. 82 Fultcm 
Weaver Robt. C. 1518 Washington 
Weld & Boyson, 390 Tremont 
Wells O. S. Ii7 Merrimac 
Weltch Henry, -67 Tremont 
West J. W. rear 218 F'ederal 
Wester John D. 193 Dudley 
Weston W. E. 61 Tyler 
Wheeler G. H. 110 Portland 
Wheeler N. & Co. 3 Mechanics' 

block, E. Waltham 
Whitcomb Benj. D 25to33 Ware- 
ham, .md 22 Stale 
White P. & W. S. 18.i Hanover 
Vy H 1 T E & 1' E K i\ A E D, 47 

' Wareham 
Whiltaker Jt urace, 120 Tyler 
Wilder B. C, Doreli. ave. near 

Commercial, ward 16 
Wiie Zerah, Codman park 
Willcutt John, 113 .Merrimac 
Willoughby Will. W.8lEeverett 
Wilson F. 94 1 ravers 
Witlieispoon E. B. 25 Wareham 
Wood M. 18 Hawley 
Woodside J. C. 4 Cox buildii.g 
Wrighl John, 75 West Dedliain 
VVriElt CHAKEES, 5 Jackson 

place 
yoLA'G C. 11. 101 W. Brookiine 

Citrpenters'ifc Biiiltlei'ft' 
aiuiiplies. 

gPURR CHAS. W. 43 Summer 

Csirpet ISsiifs. 

JJOBTON K. 73 Haverhill 

j-> ICH, P1TMAN,&C0. 86 Union 

Curpet Cleiiuiii!!;. 

Biaekman Ribt. 341 Lyude 
Elliot 11. E. & Co., Albany, corner 

Canton 
(J MART CHAS. L. foot of Bea- 
^ con 

Smart Richard, foot Beacon 
Thompson A. H. & Co., Emerald, 

cor. Chapman 
TjAluN CARPET BEATII\G 
CO., Benj. Simmons, Cam- 
bridge, cor. Charles 

CarpetiiiifS. 

KRIGHT WM. £. & CAPEN, 
■" 3-8 und 336 Washiiigt.m 
HROOKS W. p. B. & CO. 114 

Blaekstoi e, and 9 Marshall 



Burastead J. F. Sl Co. 148 Tremont 
iOSBY, 
116 TreiiH 



llEDS, CRC 



& LANE, 



(jHlP.MAiN GEO. W. & CO. 
^ Court, and 5 Hanover imanufs. 
carpet linings^ 



Cunningham B. P. & Co. 296 Wash. 
POLSOM A. & SONS, 77 Sum- 

mer (manufacturers floor oil 

cloths) 
Folsom J. B. 5 Otis (oil cloths) 
L|iOWE£, TORREY', & CO. 164 

Washington 
CiOEDTHWAIT, SNOW, & 
*-" KNIGHT, 83 Washington 
Hervey Wm. H. & Co. 5 Union 
T EARNARD & HARTLEY, 134 

Hau<pver and 80 Union 
T OVEJOY J. & SONS, 14 Sum- 

mer 
Mcintosh M. 61 Hampshire (mau- 

ufacturer) 
Miller P. H. 24 Vernon 
Naylor Geo. 166 Wash, (manuf.) 
N. E. Carpet Co. 76 to 82 Friend 
Packard P. V. & Sons, 56 Union 

and 43 Friend 
Peusley & Bond, 47 Washington 
PRAY J. H. SONS, & LO. 192 

Washington, 23 Franklin, and 

61 and ij3 Hawley 
Putney & Corson, 75 Court 
VJOX.iURY CARPET CO. 127 
■'■*' Milk 

Sweetser & Abbott, 47 Temple pi. 
Wakefield Cyrus, 36 Canal (cane 

matting) 
Wentworth Fred. B. & Co. 60 
Hanover 

Carpetings (Oil). 

POLSOM A. & SONS, 77 Sum- 
mer 

Carpet I^iniiiK' 

UOSTOIN CARPET PADDING 
-" CO., Miles Mayal, agent, 1482 

Tieinont 
(MIIPMAN GEO. W. & CO. 93 
^ C. urt and 5 Hanover 
bunhain Thomas H. 18 state 

Carpet ftlaUers. 

Berry Rachel, 37 Kneeland 
CUrk Maria t. 45 Piedmont 
Farrell Margaret A. 11 Norfolk pi. 
I'isk Caroline 11. rear 107 Pleasant 
Hersey Sarah A. 18 Winchester 
Hurley Mary Mis. 29 Taber, wd.l3 
Parker Lydia O. Mrs. 145/ Wash. 
Row ell M. A. 23 Bradlord 
Sloddard lianiet, 26U E 
VOUNG A. H. 3 Tremont row 
■*■ and 12 Howard (see page 681) 

Carpet Slipper 3Ianuf. 

pHlLElPS E. B. 141 Pearl 

Carpet Sweepers. 

American Carpet Cleaning Co. 
J. Phelps, trcas. 24 i'reniont row 
Rolibiiis J. A. 75 Portland 
YyEED OTiS H. & CO. 25 Court 

Carriage Boxer and 
I'aclier. 

fi^ORiaS ISAIAH B. 26 Beverly 

Carriage Builders. 

(^'ce iUsu ll'Urclwiiykts.) 
Abbott, Downing, & Co. 32 Broad 
Bailey & Vork, 4. Bowker 
Bartlett Francis E. 96 Travera 
Bartlett S. A. 78 Northampton 
Batciield' r F'.D. 1179 Iremout 
Bates A. M. 73 and 75 Union 
Buitermau John it Son, 473 Harxl- 

son a\'enue 
Bird George H., River, n. Blue 

Hill avenue, ward 16 
Blood A. 115 to 119 Eliot 
Blood & Judkins, 149 Beach 
Braiuard E. H., Dorch. ave., cor. 

Sixth 
tJROWN B. F., Bowdoin, near 
■^ Geneva, ward 16 
Burnslde A. :il51 Washington 
Chamberlain H. B., Hariison ave. 

cor. Eustis 
Currier W. A. 11 Temple pi. 
Daly P. 77 Fifth 

Danielson & Johnson, 245 Charles 
T)Ei.ANO E. F. & CO. Neponset 
^-^ ave., below Miiiot, P.O. address 

Neponset 
Dowluig John & Co. 91 Travera 
Diiclos & Gilinan, llti Aloauy 
Elliot H. F. 176 I'remont 
F'rye J. 435 Dorchester 
Gilchrist Wm. 171 Border, E.B. 
Goudaid Thos. 146 r ederal 
(lURNEYJ. IHEO. 3, 4, andS 
^~' Taber 

Hall James & Son, 21 Hawkins 
J^IMBALL BROS. 112 Sudbury 

McGowen Geo. B. 185 Second 



Gas Fixtures at Manufacturers' Prices, ^36»waJia^?«ust* 



BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



145 



Merriam G. O., Dorch. ave. cor. 

Com'l, ward K! 
Mitchell & Co. •.'! Eliot 
Nichols D. I*. Si Co. 11» W. Brook- 
line 
Pulmcr J. A. IS) Lancaster 
Penn Joseph & Co. -.'04 Friend (ex- 
press) 
Perry Bradford, 90 W. Brookline 
Pray Joseph F., Beacon, opposite 

Parker 
Pierce & Co. 2S Vernon 
Kiddle Bros. 1 Norfolk ave. 
Kuss C. & Co. 2(1'! Northampton 
Sargent & Ham, 2"; to.jO Bowker 
C.vRUENT FRANCIS & CO. 69 
^ to 73 Siulhuiv 
U ARGENT W'.M. P. & CO. 14 
'-' Sudbury and 155 Tremont 
Sawyer W. W. (15 Beverly 
Scott John A. 42 to IS Warren 
Sears, Emond, & Nichols, 1785 

Wa8liin;;ton 
Slade Howard, 2(i5 Federal and 28 

and .■)!) F.iist 
Smith John T. 1S2« Wash. 
ONO'.V & IIAZELTINE, 607 
^ Wash. (children s) 
Swan Win. Cr., Nepouset ave. opp. 

Walnut, ward 1(J 
Thomas (ihaunccj', foot Chestnut 
Tucker Win., Wash, near River, 

ward IB 
Warnkc E. 5!» Palmer 
Welcome F. F. IHT Summer 

Oiiri-IaKe Depositories. 

Bates A. M. 73 and 75 Union 
OOL.MAN .M. & SON, l2l to 125 
^ Portland and lUi) Friend (see 

paj,'e 70,i; 
Elliot H. y. I7(; Tremont 
Hale E. W. 25 and 27 Haverhill 
Isuureh & Rjwlaiid, 8 and 10 East 
J^IMBALh BROS. 112 Sudbury 

Pray J. F., Beacon, opp. Parker 
Riddle Edward & Son, l2li Union 
^ARGENT FRANCIS id CO. 69 
^ to 73 Sudbury 
CARtiENT WM. P. & CO. 14 
^ Sudbury and 15.5 Tremont 
Scott John A. 42 to 40 Warren 
Smith John T. 1SJ4 Washington 
Thuistou & Strong, 1S9 Sunnier 
Walker C. T. & Cu. 91 Federal 

Carrlsiise Smiths. 

Arbuckle W. J. & Co. 160 F 
Brackett A. U. .5S.' Shawmut ave. 
Cahill l,eander, loo l^iverpool 
Daniels J., uorch. ave., n. Cora'l, 

ward 16 
Dodge & Rowell, 183 Portland 
Dodd tieorge, 61 .Medford 
Dowd U. A J. 55 Palmer 
Huthaway Samuel, 154 Border 
Kennedy John, S9 Travers 
l.iazell W.U.&Son,6Bum9teadct 
Meiinis Geo., Parker, .cor. 1.0Dg- 

wood ave. 
Newman Andrew W. 44 Eustis 
IJ^OBINSON A. E. 185 Second 

Welcome F. F. rear 187 Sumner 

Carriage Spokes, Hubs, 

Mhat'ts, iSiuis, au<l 

tViieelM. 

E E I ) C H AS. G. 86 and 88 UUca 
(see page 735) 

Carriage Stock. 

American Sleigh i Carriage Iron 

Co. ■■« Uowker 
(jOBB Z. &. SONS, 27 John 

(.sprius cushions) 
Dodge, Gilbert, & Co. 37 Kilby 
Foster, Colbuin, .V Co. 121 ililk 
pRENClI s COFFIN, 59 Milk 

(JILLETT E. A. & O. S. & CO. 
^ I'A) and 6.- Beverly (manufs. 

bent work) 
JEWELL GE'o. M. 149 Milk (sec 

(see page ti58^ 
Peabody B. I. 7i Kilby 
UEEu CHARLES G. 86 and 88 

" Utica (see page 735) 
Wood A. M. & C. M. 53 Beverly 

Carriage Top aud Har- 
ness Itressiug. 

gTOUDARO N. W. Si CO. 46 
^ High (elastic, see page 698) 

Carrlaire Xrlininlngg. 

J[<1RENCH Si COFFIN, 59 Milk 

Carvers. (.Architectural.) 
lyicNUTT J. J., Wareham, cor. 
■^ -^ Maiden (see page 679) 



K 



Carvers. (.Ornamental.) 

Daroche Frank, r. 12S Morriniac 
Dimond C. C. 109 Court 
Finron Thomas, 1752 Wash. 
Hastings E. W . 61 Com'l 
jy[OWARD J. E. 191 Portland 

TACKSON C. A. & CO., 63 
" Charlcstown 
Lees A. 35 Sudbury 
Leonard, Clark, & Co. 20 Beach 
Maher E. 390 Tremont 
McClellan Bros. 199 Portland 
Mclntyre St Gleason, 21 Com'l 
J^j[OULTON BROS. 31 Way 

Mulligen Michael, 9 Bowker 
Nye Alfred, 114 Harrison ave. 
Ostheimer A. 453 Tremont 
pEIRCE GEO. W. 71 Sudbury 

Pinsonault L. 140 Portland 
Priestman James, 480 Tremont 
Quinn C. F. & J. E. 146 Portland 
Scallan L. 455 Tremont 

Carvers (Ship.) 

Hastings E. W. 61 Commercial 
Mcliityre & Gleascm, 21 Com'l 
Rumney W. H. 223 Com'l 

Carving Xools. 

WILKINSON A. J. & CO. 2 
Washington (see page 704) 

Cask Oealers. 



Caskets. 

pEAK JOHN & SON, 146 Friend 



Castor Oil Stuffing. 



N' 



f OYES PERSON, 47 India (see 
page 694) 

Cast Steel Locomotive 
'I'ire. 

fTAFT JOHN B. 10 Oliver (see 
front colored page) 

Caterers. 

Dooling James, 1249 Wash. 
Moore J. J. 5 City Hall ave. 
Reed L. E. 1622 Wash. 
Smith J. B. 13 Bulbnch 
Tufts Wm. 737 Washington 

Cement. 

UISPHAM JOHN F.,Com'l, opp. 
-'-' Park, wd. 16 

RRAY & HAYES (Roman & 
" Portland;145 Milk 
Brigham & Piper, 2.30 Federal 
Cook, Jordan, & Morse, Albany, 

loot of Maiden 
T?D.VlOND JAMES & CO. 394 
^ Federal 

/:;ORELY O. H.. 15 Doane 
*-* (wholesale) 

U OXIE T. W. & CO. 38 Long 
■'-'■ wharf, (Newark Go's, lloraan 

Si Portland) 
JNGRAHAM D. H. 75 State 

]\,rERCH.\NT S. L. & CO. 27 
•^'-'- Central wharf (Portland and 

Roman, see page 64-3) 
J^OBY D. Si CO. 280 Causeway 

CHEPARD H. S. & CHESTER, 
'■-' 50 Congress (see page O.'iS) 
[T.^ION STONE CO. 29 Kilby 
^ (see inside back cover) 
Vul anite Leather Cement Co. 

596 Washington 
WALDO J. ADAN, 13 Liberty 

sq. (see front colored page) 
WELLINGTON AUSTIi^ C. 

*' 240 Federal 
WINGATE & FIELD, Otis wf., 

'* 198 Broad 
VOUNG Si E-MERSON, 75 State 

■^ and 445 Commercial 

Chain Cables and 
A^nchors. 

LI E A R I N G, RODMAN, ft 
* SWIFT, 2.3 and 2.5 Commer- 
cial (see page 698) 
WHITON, BROTHER & CO. 
33 Commercial 

Chain Makers. 

P EARING, RODMAN, fc 
■^ SWIFT, 23 and 2.5 Commer- 
cial (see page 69s) 
Hill Brothers, 1 , cor. Third 
UTALDRON J. V. & BRO. 115 
Court (martingale chains and 
gag drops for Uaruess) 



Chair ^Dealers and 
Painters. 

T30SS0M Si BORSII, 68 Albany 

^-^ (see page 64(i) 

J^OSTON CHAIR CO. 144 North 

gOWKER F. 169 Fulton 

Brown W. H. 81 Fulton 
Chapman Wm. 96 Fulton 
Conant Brothers & Co. 36 Rich- 
mond 
Derby P. & Co. 141 North 
PORSYTH GEORGE, 84 North 

Hodge A. S. Si Co. 7(i !• niton 
Hodson Henry, 72 Fulton 
Ilolinan R. do Fulton 
McLean, Dickerinan, & Co. 17S 

North 
]y[OoRE J. A. 108 and 112 Fulton 

jg"EAGLE WILLIAM, 166 North 

Nichols Wm. 101 Cross 
Parker,White,& Co.160 & 162 North 

(manuf. cane seat) 
Perry J. W. & Co. .57 Fulton 
pEIRCE F. & CO. 76 Richmond 

Safford Hiram & Son, 4 North 

Market 
Sliatluck W. G. 72 Fulton 
Stuart B. & J. H. 93 & 101 Fulton 
Stuart F. E. 9 i and 101 Fulton 
Sturtevant C. W. 97 to 10! Cross 
Thompson, Perley, & White, 1.59 

Fulton 
Wodsworth Geo. P. 173 Fulton * 

198 Commercial 
Watson J. 77 Fulton 

Chair Manufs. 

Anderson John, Linden, n. Dorch. 

ave. wd. 16 
WOSSOM & BORSII, 68 Albany 
■^ (see page 646) 

UOSTON CllAIRCO. Chas. W. 
-" Bassett, 144 North 
Comins Bros. 6 Merrimac 
r)ELAPORTE& BLUMBERG, 
■^ 129 Portland 
Goes Geo. D. 144 Blackstone 
HOLMES F. M. & CO. 186 Han- 

■^ over 



ing- 



Hodge A. S. & Co. 74 Fulton 
UUBBARD J. C. 701 Washi 
-^ ton 
jyjOORE JAS. A. 108 Fulton 

Roach Geo. F. & Co. 121 Fulton 
CHALES D. &CO., Fii«t, bet'n 
^ E and F (see page 662) 
Stuart F. E. 93 and 101 Fulton 
Thompsoj, Perley & Waite, 159 
Fulton 

Chalk. (Importers.) 

fJASSE & PRATT, Maverick, n. 

-^ Orleans, E. B. (see page 657) 

jUERCHANT S. L. & CO. 27 

■"-^ Central whf. (importers, see 

page 643) 
«TICKNEY J. W. & CO. 64 
^ Broad 
'poWNSEND T. W. I'20 Milk 

Chancery, (Solicitors in.) 

(J. AVES T. E. & F. H. 10 
^^ Pemberton sq. 



POGG JULIAN A. I14I 

Washington 
VVALDR(yN J. V. & BRO. 115 
'* Court 

Check and Ticket iVum- 
berer. 

Hathaway Alfred, 114 Wash. 

Check Manufsi 

DRIGHAM W. C. & CO. 18 
■^ Brattle square (see page 644) 
ROBBINS D. C. 42 Kneeland 
^ (key) 

ROBBINS JOHN, 42 Kneeland 
(baggage) 

Chemical Apparatus. 

(MIAMBERLAIN H. B. & W.O. 

^ 312 Washington (see page 69i ) 
Sprague A. W. 9 Bromfield 

Chemical Extracts. 

GMITH RALPH & CO. 20 Ei- 
^ change 



WAREHOUSE 

l.»4- tile B.tle ol* 



rS-AQ T^TVTrTRPQ 3GO IVaahinston street, Sosto II, 

Urxl.i3 X XJVl UJOiXiO; K. MULLlAIGt^ <(!; CO., atlowpr.cea. 



146 



BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Chemtcale. 

Appleton George H., First, n. L 

TJABCUC)^ JAMES F. & CO. 

•^ » Boylston (see page CBfl) 

Bay State Chcraical Co., H. Hus- 
ton, agent, 95 Water 

Bianrhttti IJavid, 5 Hampden 

Boston Chemical Works, Fdward 
Chanilirrlain & Co. ^1 Central 

TJO.STOM DKLJG MILLS, 4 

^"^ Liberiy square 

Boston Dycwood & Chemical Co. 
no .Milk 

"UUSH GEO. H. & CO. 7 Battery- 

■^ march 

( hipman .<; Horton, 6 Central 

noCHKANE A. & CO. 19 Broad 

Evans H. P. & Co. 32 "Winter 
Freeman Wni. F. & Co. 11 India 
Hobhs, Pope, & Co. (importers) 221 

Stale 
Hodges, Coolidge, & Co. 1 Central 

wharf 
IVIAiXNING MANUF. CO. 147 
■"^ Milk 
Merrimac Chemical Co., C. T. 

Howard, treas., Benj. Howard's 

Sons, agents, 19 Doane 

METCALF THEO. * CO. 
39 Troiiiont (see page 086) 
New England Chemical Co., Wm. 

H. Fi'Sler, treas. 82 Milk 
N. E. Pharmaceutical Co., W. J. 
Stetson, jr. treas. 14'l Commercial 
"MICliUl.S JAMES R. & CO. 
-'■ ISO Ucneress (see page 695) 
Pettes G. W. & Co. 128 Milk . 
Salem Laboratory Co., T. P. 

Symon<ls, agent, 3 Central wf. 
Snffolk Chemical Co. 32 North 

Market 
THO.MPSON EDWIN & CO. 32 
-•■ Broa<l 
Whitney 1). R. & Co. 110 Milk 

WIN-I.UW W. H. & CO. 147 
Milk 

Chemists. 
Atwood C. H. 14 Central wharf 
UABCOCK JAMES F. 8 
^ Boylslon (analytical and con- 
sulting, see page Ui9) 
Baxter Ruhert, 194 Hiirrison ave. 
Brown John I. i Sons, 2B Essex 
liUDLKY & THORNTON, 67 
■^ Kilbv (n.anut.) 
liOL!>OM JAMES, 269 Commer- 
•*■ cial and 1 Eastern avenue 
POWLL HENRY U. 71 Prince 

Q.ILMAN AI, 4C8 Broadway 

Greenongh B. F. 39 India 
Ilawes J. H. 53 India wharf 
Hayes A. A. 20 State (analytical) 
Hayes S. D. 20 State (analytical) 
Hodge.<, Coohdge, & Co. 1 Central 

wharf (manuts.) 
JJ^OLLIS THOMAS, 23 Union 

Jackson C. T. 47 C(iurt(analytlcal) 
La Roche A. & Co. 5 Chatham row 
Latham J. & Co. 292 Wash. 
Merrick & Gray, 59 Broad 
■f^ICHOl.S JAMES R. & CO. 
■*■' LW Congress (manufacturers, 

see page i>95) 
Oxnard Robert, 13 Doane 
Priston & Merrill, 77 State, and 57 

Purchase (manufs) 
Chemists' OIuss "Wstre. 
Staniford John W. & Co. 3ii Wash. 

Cheroot }(Ia.nurn.cturei*. 

ULAUE GEiiRGE F. 14 Broad 
^ (muuiitactoiy, 3 School, at 
Chelsea) 

ChlKuon Afaiiuf. 

Norris Josiah, rear 806 Wasia. 

Chlltlreii'e Bonnets, 

•Jookeys, <fe<-. 

gHEPLlE DkL. &CO. 17 Milk 

ChlUIren's Carrtaees. 

^BBOTT & BROOKS, 18 West 

Bridgman & Peabody, 8 F. H. sq 
Eaton, Junes, & Co. 6 Holniis blk. 
JJ^EYER BROS. 100 Summer 

Jg_IMBALL S. H. 23 Union 

Kittredge & Dutton, 77 Union 
LAPPEN O. & CO. 26 Dock sq. 

Richn-dson H. M. 77 Union 
ONOW & HASELTINE, 607 
^ Wash. 
Snmner M. B. 57 Temple place 



Chimney Siweeps. 

Ableton F. 18 Brattle 
Scarlett Joseph, 40 Brattle 

Chimney Tops. 

T3A11NEY JAMES E. & CO. 8 
■^-' Province court (see page 705) 
VDMOND JAMES & CO. 394 

Federal 
UTOHY' & MELLEN, 112 Trc- 
>--' mi.nt 

WALDO J. ADAN, 13 Liberty 
' ' sq. (see front col'd page) 

China Ciay. 

T7DMOND JAMES & CO. 394 
-'-' Federal 

MERCHANT S. L. & CO. 27 
•^'^ Central whf (see paee 64.3) 
WALDO J. ADAN, 13 Liberty 
' ' sq. (see front col'd page) 

China Decorators. 

Boston China Decorating Co. 

Porcelain place, luO i oplar 
gRlGGS RICHARD, 137 Wash. 

f^HAMBERLIN GEORGE, 1111 
^ Washington 

XTRENCHABRAM & CO. 151 
•*■ Milk 

TONES, McDUFFEE, & 
" STRATTON, 23 So. Market 

(see page 687) 
Queen of Sheba Importing Co. 322 

Washiugton 
Walter Theodore, 21 School 

China Repairer. 

Clement E. 70 Trtmont 

Chiropodists. 

Bond L. E. 17 Rollins 
Caro E. A. Mrs. 101-9 Wash. 
Clinton G. L. 6 Mdk 
Eckstadt John G. 73 Hanover 
Gonldsburgh J. M. 351 Tremont, 

and 3 Church 
Kenison N. Jti Son, 57 Temple pi. 

and 37 Tremont 
Kenison Parker, 145 Tremont 
Perkins F. B. 3 Winter 

Chocolate Slanur's. 

lKER 
State 
jJKESTON JOHN, 162 State 

WEBB JOSIAH & CO. 48 Cha- 
* ' tham 

Chopping Machines. 

()SBORN LOUIS, 72 Marginal, 
^ opp. Cunard'e whf. E.B. (see 

page 076) 
Chromo HiithoKraphers. 

A RMSTRONG, McLELLAN, 
-"■ & GREEN, 15 Bowker 

BUFFORD JOHN H. 490 Wash- 
ington 
PRANG L. & CO. 2182 Washing- 
■*• ton 

Chromos. 
RYANT GEORGE S. & CO. 34 
BroMi field 
T^kODGE, COLLIER, & PER- 
•^ KINS, 113 Wash, (see p. 611) 
TTLLIO J. BLAKESLEE, & 
■'-' NuYES, lL'7 Tremont 
L'URNALD & CAMBRIDGE, 
121 Court (see page 701) 

Chronometers. 

ID WIL 

JJ^UNROE JAMES, 127 State 

Church Furniture. 

"HASKELL WM. O. & SON, 34 
■•-*• Canal 

Cider. 

URANT, FLOYD, & WAL- 
KER, 1U8 Commer'l 
Harris Bros. 26 Congress sq. 
SUFFOLK "VINEGAR 
^ WORKS, Luke Perkins, agt., 
123 Water 

CIgrar .Manufacturers. 

Aberle Jacob, 18 Harvard 
Adam John, 144 Eliot 
Allen John & Co. SiO Hanover 
Becker J. & Son, 55 Ne«land 
UREWER C. & SONS, 14 South 
-" Market (see page tW4) 
(1 ARRUTU C. H. & CO. 46 
^^ Hanover 

Feldman Joseph, 6t Broad 
piRETCH WM. S. Jr. y Change 
ave. 



Geisheckcr Matthew, Prescott 
cor. Eustis 
iILLETTO. L. 15 Broad 



G' 



B 



D 



pOTTHARDT H. M. 6 Court: 
'J square 

Greenleaf S. 9 India wharf 
Harris I. 206 Hanover 
Jacobs J. 239 Federal 
TACOBSON J. 7 Broad (see paee 
" 669^ 

Kimball Charles F.69 Cambridge 
Kevou N. B. 190 Commercial 
Lakeman J. E. 51 Commercial 
Lopez F. 51 Commercial 
Lutz P. 1334 Tremont 
Maguire D. J. 17.>4 Washiiigton 
Martin A. A. 15 Lewis, E. B. 
Miles J. Frank, 220 Wash. 
Robinson J. W. 3 Lewis 
Ryley M. 3.3 Snowhill 
^LADE GEORGE F. 14 Broad 
^ (cheroots) 

Smith Thomas E. 377 Washington 
Swain O. J. & Co. 22 Elm 
"V'an Emden A. 175 Dorchester av. 
Waitt & Bond, 4 Blackstone 
Wilder & Estabrook, 7 Com'l 

CIgcar and SnufT Stores. 

(Set also Tobacco.) 
Abraham Ferdinand, 1169 Wash. 
Abrums Harriet, 164 Cabot 
Adam Mar-Chwe ,141 Eliot 
Adler Wm. 1045 Tremont 
.\lles John, 150 Cambridge 
Ashtou J. H. ;o N. Market 
Bacon S. H. 27 Green 
Bargebuhr Max., 1146 Wash. 
Barnett Kate, 9 Leverett 
RARRETT C. B. 45 & 40 North 
■•-' Market 

Barrv Simon, 27 Orange 
Bassett Wm. A. 57 Elm 
Beaven T. S. 117 Dorch. avenue 
Bernhard B. S. 52 Eliot 
Bemhard Daniel, 62 Eliot 
Bliss James E.agt.jl30 Washington 
T)RE\VER CLARK & SONS, 14 
-'-' Soulh Market (see page 684) 
Brickley John J. 53 Emerson 
Bromberg Levi, 1235 Tremont 
n A R R U T H C. H. & CO. 4(t 
^ Hanover 
Cleverly H. F. 100 Essex 
Couant C. P. 177 Wash. 
Crawford T. 452 Broadway 
Cutting A. A. 722 Wash. 
Dashuck A. 5 Hotel Pelham 
Dashuck J 7 Camden 
Davenport & Legg, 59 Broad 
DeMena M. F. 17 Water 
"nONOVAN LAWRENCE, ST 
■"^ Hanover and 16 T:emout 
J^LLIS C. C. 9 Boylston 

Ellis Geo. A. 141 Hanover 
Eii.ersou Alice Mrs. 1773 Wash. 
Emerson & Co. 44 Portland 
Engel Isaac, 1345 Tr< mont 
Estabrook R. & Co. 78 Wash. 
Forrester M. .171 Federal 
_P RETCH W.V1. S. 9 Change ave. 

Galnagh Edward, 10 Stillman 
Ciarvey J. A. l.')2 Leverett 
niLLETT O. L. 15 and 17 Broad 

Giro & Parets, 72 and 374 Wash. 
Goldsmith Nathan, 814 and 871 

Washington 
Gott E. 16 State 

(lOTTllARDT H. M. 6 Court 
^-^ square 

Gotthardt S. 682 Washington 
Goulston E. S. 158 Stale 
Grant Geo. 1079 Washington 
Green Chas. 127 Cambridge 
Grodjinski M. J. 91 Wash, and 11 

Court square 
Grzymisch Samuel, 291 Tremont 
Guggenheim J. 1753 Wash. 
Hale Geo. E. ;« Tiemont 
Uambro L. 1042 Washington 
Heinman D. 524 Washington 
Hamilton & Brennaii, 641 B'way 
Hart Abram, 1812 Washington 
Haskell L. P. l;« Summer 
Hellbach Wm. 1231 Tremont 
Hincke Gustavus, 25 Boylston 
Hyams Henry M. 584 Washingtjn 
llyams S. M. 223 Hanover 
Jackson Bros. 337 Broadway 
Johnson N. 77 Hanover 
Kiessling J. agent, ."<2 Eliot 
Kimball P. S. 504 Washington 
Kimmel John & Co. 1705 Wash. 
Kraft Lorenzo, 31 Cherry 
Krause F. 118 Court 
T ANZA CARLOS, 121 Wash. 
■'-' (importer, see page 6(j9) 
Lathrop W. L. 45 Congress 



IrCte.'P'i'nAe altered and lUTA'f Av>e> connected at short notice, Qi3Q "Washinat 
\ZaS> X l^OO repaired JllCtorS Jl&. UUI^LIM OS .tc CO., OXiV ton »t. 



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LeonoTd T). A. BIS Broadway 
I,or<l John, i Cnnseway 
Kng^i .T. 1 India 
Maguire Daniel 3. I'M Wash. 
Martin Aiitoini- A. I'i I>cwi«, E.B. 
Masse Isidor, lM(i Wash. 
McConnell James A. 411 Salem 
McElror M. H. (I: Co. 24 Broad 
McLeoJ Geo. M. ».!5 Com^nercial 
Merrill & Chiircli, :il Siiftl)ury 
Meyersoii Albert. ITll Wa^h. 
Milunt Charles A. Si! Border, E.B. 
Miles J. F. u'lSI Washington 
ATITCIIELI, A. K. .W Central 

Mock G. 144.) Washington, «nd 

12JI Tpeinont 
Mohr C. :',T Camhridse 
Morse Samuel, lH\(i Wash. 
Mossdorf Fred. I l^ucas 
Mower J. W. 514 Union 
Nearini A. llti Cmnhridee 
Nelson Henry, I Lindall 
Newhall, Kimball, & Co. 4 City 

Hall avenu« 
(Etenffer Joseph 114 Pleasant 
P.iine Joseph, lSt2 Wash. 
Parker Chas. D. 1,'iS Broadway 
Park Isaac, I.T.S Dorchester ave. 
Perkins * Woodman, 1.50 Milk 

(importers) 
Pierce Philip, 51 West Canton 
piEKCb; S, S., Treraont, corner 
■*• Court 

Punch David, 414 Tremont 
Quick Bros 47 and 4'.l Sudbury 
Quinii Francis, H'2 Merrimuc 
Qninn Joseph, 102 South 
Quinn J. .Mt Federal 
Kaddin F. L. & J. A. 14fi Hanover 
Randall (feo. H. & Co. lOj State, 

and 291 Tremont 
Reddeli Edward & Co. 30 Camb'gc 
Keed J. K. P. 10 State 
Kich I. A. 1,54 Court 
Richards C. A. & Co. 99 Wash. 
Robinson J. W. 3 Lewis 
Rock P. E. 2J3 Hanover and 31 

Broad 
Rosen bertr Samuel, 874 Pleasant 
Russell H. li. liii Tremont 
Samuel Nathan, 34 and 38 Kilby 
Sanborn A. H. (i Chardon 
Shattuck & Fiirwell, 'Ji Court 
Sigwart F. 10'.)8 Trecnont 
Simpson W. L. & Co. 44 Camb'dge 
Slade Henry, 111,5 State 
Slade La Kov S. 24 Broad 
Smallev L. W..32 Court 
Smith "Geo. O. lU Lindall 
Smith Thomas E. 377 Wash. 

u.MiTH Ralph & cu. 20Ex- 

^~' change 

Solari G. i Co. 88 Union 
Spellman M. J. 70 Portland 
Stadelinan Ch is. N. Ii!l4 Wash. 
CTEFFl!.NS F. W.61U Washing- 
^-' ton 

Stegmueller F. J. 3i Paul 
Stevenson J. L. 2 1. H. square 
Susmann liroa. 9 Union 
Swain O. J. & Co. 22 Elm 
Sweetser Bros. 36 South Market 
Tanncnbaum J. I'M!) Wash, 
Tewksbury T. S. & Co. 210 Tre- 
mont 
Tliayer E. I. S. 9 Beaeh 
Thompson A. 225 Broadway 
Traiser Henry, 125 Court 
Turner C E. & Co. 2ii5 HanoTer 
Verveer L. ti'M Hanover 
Wainwri<rht ii. IHII Sumner, E. B. 
Vv aitt & Bond, 80 North 
Wasserboehr Chas. 125 Hanover 
Wasserboehr J. E. & Sou, 83 Han- 
over 
Weil Isaac, SH Broad 
Weil Fred. 2 Howaid 
Wezenakv J. 108 Broadway 
"H7' H 1 T £ DOLBEARE, 1067 
'^' Washington 
Whition E. A. .Mrs. Mm Wash. 
Whiton J. P. 24 Broad 
WhitoD J. W. -JH Province 
Wilder & E.lahrook, 7 Cotu'I 
Wilkinson E. 11.31 Sudbnrv 
Wolf Joseph, oOn Wa-ihington 
Worcester A. \V. 5 Green 
Wright & (iouid, 18 Bojlston 
Youns H. W. 171)5 Washington 

Cistern Builder. 

Slade Wm. J. 131 and 153 Portland 

Civil F.iitfineers and 
Sm-veyoru. 

See aUn Mic/ianicul F.ngineeia.) 
ANDREN ALBAN, 4 Liberty 
square 

Applcton Kdw. 11 Pemberton 8 1. 

Appletoii T. U Pemberton sq. 

Ashburner Samuel, 31 Kilby 



Bsrhour Wm. 8. 28 State, room ,3<i 
Batchelder J. M. Ifi Pemberton sq. 
» AXEMAN cms. U. ? Court 
'-' sn, rooms 41 anrl 4-' (see p. 70(1) 
RATES MOSES. .M Water, room 
•" ;« (see page CM) 
Breck C. R. C. 81 Wash., room 2,? 
Brigss L. Ai Co. 81 Wash., room 35 
Carter T. W., Sewer office, C. Hall 
(100K RUFUS, Sears building, 
^ room ufi 
Crafts N. Henry, City Hall (City 

Engineer) 
Davis Tl\03. W., City Surveyor, 

City Hall 
Ellis S. Clarence, Surveyor's office. 

City Hall 
Frizc'll J. P. ,55 Seirs buildin? 
l^maST BROS. 68 Coriihill 

PULLER J. FRANKLIN, 9G 
^ Wash, room 4 
Garbett W. A. 22 Guild row 
Gates Stephen F. V\ Court, rm. 20 
Gav Chas. W. 190 Dorchester 
Granser David & Son, IS Old 

State House 
Harris Charles, Sunt. Streets, City 

Hall 
Henck Edward \V. 2 Cox build'g 
Henck J. B. 41 State 
Hepinenze L. 5 Pemberton square 
TTERSCHEL C. 9 State (also hy- 

dmulic engineer^ 
TACKSO.V WM. H. 33 School 
" room G 
J.,earned W. F., City Eng. office. 

City Hall 
Lewando Chas. 30 Studio building 
Manley H., City Engineer's office. 

City Hall 
McConnell Walter F., City En- 
gineer's office 
Minot S. L. 7 Court sq.. room 47 
Morton C, Citv Surveyor's office 
Moses H. H. 113 Dudley 
Moses T. B. 1 Dudley block 
Natter E. 3 School, room 2 
Noble John, 30 Court and 6 Win- 

throp bhick. E.B. 
]«JOTT GORDON H., Boston & 
-'■ Lowell R. R depot, Causeway 

(see Iiage ))59) 
Perkins C^ C, Surveyor's office, 

City Hall 
Pette Wdliani, City Hall 
PHILHRICK EDWD. S., con- 
suiting engineer, Itoosac Tun- 
nel, 12 West 
Pratt T. Willis, Sears building, 

room 59 
Richardson Geo. L. 28 Slate 
Robinson J. R. 28 State 
WHEDD & SAWYEK, 7 Court 
'^ ^qua^e, room 3S (see page C'<(i) 
CMITH SIMEON B. 50 Brom- 
■^ field 

Tidd M. M. 4<j Court, room 18 
Tower «. B. .V. 5 Pemberton sq. 
Tudor Frederick, Sears' building, 

room ,59 
Wads worth Alex. 9 R. H. Ex- 
change 
WALSH JAMES, 7 Court sq. 

room 43 (see page (!',);)) 
Whitman H. T. 81 Wash., room 25 
Whitney W. H., Surveyor's office. 

City Hall 
Wiphtman H. M. ass't City En- 
gineer, City Hall 
Wilson Henry W. 190 Dorchester 
Wood C. H. W. 2i Guild row 
Clului j\icent8. 



Clark I. P. 113 Washington 
Cowley Charles, ■:! .Merchants Ex. 
Drew S. S. 59 Court 
Dyer Francis S. 89 iVash. 
Fletcher Josiah, 35 Court 
Gav Ebenezer, 42 Tourt 
Hfibbs Wm. 10 State 
Howe M. G. ,35 Court 
Murdock J. 81 Wash., room 22 
Prescott Levi T. X« Court 
Woodman Horatio, 37 Court eq. 

Clalrvoyunts. 

ROUTELLE S. A. .Mrs. 67 
•" Friend 

Chandler C. Mrs. 2 Garaux place 
Currier John H. ,39 Wall 
DeFaust Madame, 2:! Winter 
Dexter F. C. Mrs. 494 Tremont 
Ela J ulia A. .Mrs. 5J9 Washington 
Eldridjje A. .Mrs. 1 Oak 
Franc ^Iadam, .53 Gouch 
Francis S. 2 Warreiitoii 
Friend J. M. Mrs. 131 Harrison av. 
Gay M. C. 179 Harrison avenue 
Huse A. H. 7 Tremont row 
Jepson Alice Mrs. 157 Harr. ave. 



Lascellcs Chas. Mrs. 88 Essex 

T ATHAM J. & A. C. 292 Wnsh- 

^ in-ton 

Laura Mnilanie, 1 Ander.son place 

Litch L. W. Mrs. 16,3 Court 

Mun.ler W. U. Mrs. 170 VV. Spriiig- 

Newell L. E. Mrs. 678 Wash. 
Palmer Flora J. .59 Pleasa.it 
Plumb J. L. .Mrs. 6,59 Wash. 
Porter M. A. 8 La Grange 
Royal Grace, 5-J8 Wash. 
Sargent L. A. Mrs. 62 West Cedar 
Wilson Anna Miss, 7ii Tremont 
York Loanu, 54 Pleasant 

ClaniM. 
«TUBBS J. A. 1.33 Commercial 
^ (see page «69) 

Clay. 

nAVERLYCIlAS. Jk. 47 Coa- 
^ gress, room 5.J 

Clergymen. 

(Settled over liuxtun Ckurches.) 
Abbe F. R. (C. T.) Pleasant, cor. 

Pearl, ward 16 
Alden Edmund K. (C. T.; 449 

Broadway 
Alexander A. (Jewish) 20 Orange 
Allen Rowland H. (C. T.) 18 Wal- 
nut, ward 16 
Ames J. A. (.M. E.) IG Dover pi. 
Angier L. H. (P,es.)9() Broadway 
Babcock Win. G. (C. U.) 16 Flor- 
ence 
Badger H. C. (CU.) 220 W. Spriu"- 

tield 
Barrows B. W. (B.) Plain st. wd. IS 
Bartol Cyrus A. (Cong.) 17 Chest- 
nut 
Bass Henry (M.) .\danis House 
Beckley John T. (B.), Somerset st. 
Bigelow I. B. n,l. E.) at Nepoi.sst 
Biaideu Geo. W. (C. T.) 40 Bow- 

doin 
Blaikie Alex. (Pres.) at Forest Hill 

Station 
Blenkinsop William A. (R. C.) 55 

Broadway 
Bradlee Caleb D. (C. U.) 17 Ches- 
ter Park 
Brady Robert W.(R.C.) 109 S-ilem 
Briggs L. L. (Uv.) 73 W. BrookUne 
Brohm Theodore (L.) 165 Chelsea 
Biooks Phillips (E.) Hotel Kemp- 
ton, Berkley cor. Newbury 
Burroughs Henry (E.) 82 Mt. 

Vernon 
Bush S. W. (C. U.) 42 Chauncy 
Butcux S.(R. C.)761 Harrison ave. 
Byrne Wm. (R. C.) 1192 Wash. 
Byrnes Patrick (K. C.) 55 Circuit 
Cauoll Angelo (Si. E.) 16 Temple 
Carpenter C. . (C. U.; Common- 
wealth Hotel 
Carroll M. X. (R C.) r. St. Pat- 
rick's Cnurch, Northampton st. 
Cussim Joseph H. (tt.C.) 404 Sum- 

Chanl-y Geo. L. (C. U.) Common- 
wealth Hotel 
Charlier -•Vlphonse (R. C.) 761 

Harrison avenue 
Cheney D. B. (B.) 27 Saratoga 
Clark Geo.M. (Pres.) 276 .Me/idian 
Clarke J;is. F. (C. U ) 42 Channcy 
Clarke Wm. (B.) Forest Hill ave. 

cor. Santord, ward 16 
Clinch J. H. (E.)514 Broadway 
Colby Le.vis, 10! Boylstm 
Collyer Isaac J. P. (.M. E.) 3 Kear- 

sarge ave. 
Conlan M. (R. C.) 6 Allen 
Converse Geo. S. (E.) 98 Cedar 
Cooke Henry A. (B.) 198 Salem 
Coolidge J. I. T. (K.) 394 Broad- 
way 
Cruft Samuel B. (U.) 201 Shaw- 

mut ave. 
Cud worth W. U. (C. U.)l Meri- 
dian 
Cunningham C. (E. A.) 59 East 

Brook line 
Cushman Henry I. (Uv.)"I33 War- 
ren avenue 
Daily John J. (R. C.) 1192 Wash. 
Davenport John S. (C. A. C.) 75 

Marlooro' 
Davies Philip, (Missionary) 102 

Commercial 
Decker Wm. H. (.M. E.), N. Russell 
Denham G.o.(E.)45 Cliclsea,E.B. 
De Witt John (C. P.) 19 St. James 

avenue 
Dexter Henry M. (C. T.) 15 Cora- 

Dickerson James 3.538 Fourth 
Dolan Mich. (K. C.) .5.5 Broadway 
Dompieri F. (R. C.) 109 Siilem 



Bronzes, Clocks, Vases, Card ^^*^^J.^?«i'. h«-^£?*^s5! c?iS?" ^*- 



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Cleripjmen— continued. 
Dunn James B. (Pres.) 1»7 V.'est 

Canton 
Dunning A. E. (C. T.) 7!)8 Parker 
Eastburn Manton (E.) J80 Trc- 

mont 
Eastman Lucius R. (C. T.) box 

176 Tremont 
Ed ly D. C. (B.) 222 W. Spring- 
field 
Edmunds Edward (Ch.) 77 Dover 
Ellis Alexander (B.) -5 Strong pi. 
Ellis Rufus (C. l..) 106 Marlboro' 
Emmons Henrv,23 Warren place 
Farrell T. T. (S. A.) 7(iO Wash. 
Fitton James (R. C.) Maverick 
Flatley M. F. (R. C.) 75 Albany 
Foote lienry W. (C. U.) 25 Brim- 
mer 
Fulton Justin D. (B.) 32 Miltord 
Fulton Rtibert J. (R. C.)7(>1 Harri- 

8<m avenue 
Furber Franklin (M. E.) Wash. 

near Sanfbrd, ward IG 
Gallagher Joseph U. (R. C.) r. St. 
Patricks Church, Northampton 
Garner Wm. V. (BJ G'J Charles 
Gerbi E. O. S. F. (R. C.) Fourth, 

near I 
Gerry E.J. (C. TJ.) at Somerville 
Gordon A. J. (B.) 182 W. Brook- 
line 
Grahimi Wm. (Ref. Pres.) 176 Tre- 
mont 
Gritfin James (R. C.) 105 Vernon 
Grimes Leonard A.(B.) Phillips st. 
Guinzburg A. (Pol. Jew), / W. 

Orange 
Hale Edward E. (C. U.) 39 High 

land 
Hall H. P. (M. E.) le Chester sq. 
Hall Nathaniel (C. U.) Columbia, 

near Bellevue, ward Ifi 
Hamburger M. J. (Hoi. Jew) 144 

Hanatord J. L. ( M. E.) 85 Appleton 
Hanaer Utto (Ger. Lu.)7u Shaw- 

mut avenue 
Hare Geo. S. (.M. EJ 57 Rutland 
Haskins Geo. F. (R. C.) 2 North 

square 
Hayes S. H. (C. T.)church, Sal.m 

c. N. Benntt 
Healy A. S. (R. C.) ])!I2 Wash. 
Healy James A. (K. C.) 75 Albany 
Uerrick Samuel E. (C. T.) Mt. 

Vernon church 
Hewitt Horatio H. <E.) Linden 

avenue 
High William C. (M. E.) 41 Sara- 
toga, E.B. 
Hitielberger Alex. L.(R. C.) 761 

Harrison avenue 
House T. J. B. (Bap.) 24 Cortes 
Hudson H. N. (E.) BullHnch pi. 
Jenkins M. (R. C.j 10!) Salem 
Keily James (R. C.) 6 Allen 
Kelly Wm. D. (R. C.) 73 Purchase 
King Edward P. (M. £.) 8 Kendall 
King Henry M. (B.)l Danforth pi. 
KirK Edward N. (C. T.) 5 Stani- 

ford 
Krans Edward H. (E.) h. 6 Fer- 

duinnd 
I,amb Peter F. (R. C.> Maverick 
Lane Michael (R. C.)55 Broadway 
Lewis Evan (B.) 767 Fourth 
Lewis J. J. (Uv.) G08 Si Tenth 
Lilienthal L. M. (Jewish), 24 Gen- 
esee 
L -rimer Geo. C. (B.) 504 Colum- 
bus ave. 
Lothrop Samuel K. (C. U.) 12 

Chestnut 
Lyndon P. F. (R.C.) 6 Allen 
Wanning Jacob M. (C. T.) 9 Boyl- 
ston place [bers 

Mars John E. (M.E.) 131 Cham- 
McCarty J. (R. C.) Maverick 
McCorkle Wm. A. (Pres.) 118 W. 

Chester Park 
McNulty Thos. J. (R.C.) Dorches- 
ter avenue, ward 16 
McQuaid W. 1'. (R.C.j 105 Vernon 
Means James H. (C.T.) Washing- 
ton, near Centre, ward 16 
Means John O. (C. T.) 31 Mt. 

Pleasant avenue 
Mills Wm. H. (E.) Pleasant, cor. 

Pearl, ward 16 
Miner Aloiizo A. (Uv.) 528 Colum- 
bus avenue 
Molinari Anthony J. (R. C.) 2 

North square 
Morgan Uenry(M.)Morgan Chapel 

building 
Morris Franklin G. (M. E.) 112 

Princeton, E.B. 
Motte M. I. (C. U.) .395 Beacon 
Mumford Thos. J. (C. U.) Wash., 

corner Sanford, ward 16 
Murray William H. H. (C. T.) 
371 Washington 



Neale Rollin H. (B.) 19 Somerset 
Nickerson A. S. (C. U.) ward 16 
Nicholson W. II. (E.) 13 Joy 
Nopper F. K. (R. C.) 32 Middlesex 
Noyes George S.(M.E.') 11 North sq 
O'Brien James E.(R.C.) 75 Albany 
O'Callahan Dennis (R. C.) Dor- 
chester at. 
O'Farrell D. J. J. (R.C.) 2 North sq. 
O'Hagen J. B. (R.C.) 761 Harr. av. 
Onock J. M. (S. A.) 4<i Kneeland 
Palmer E. B. (E.) 246 Pierpont 
Parsons U. M. (Pres.) 63 W. New- 
ton 
Patterson A. J. (Uv.) 38 Forest 
Pehrsson U. A. (S. L,) 57 Ciray 
PI illipa John C. (O. C.) 74 Marl- 
boro' 
Praessar H. (R.C.) 32 Middlesex 
Prescott O. S. (E.) 42 Staniford 
Pride E. W. (B.) Dearborn st. 
Purcell J. B. (R. C.) 1192 Wash. 
Putnam George (C. U.) 130 High- 
land 
Rand Edward A. (C.T.) 16 Linden 
Keed James (Swed.) 45 Pinckney 



Kieves U. M. ( B.) study 1 Chardon 
'tichardson 
Princeton 



Richardson W. N. 



dy 1 Cha 

(Al. K.: 



C.) 245 



Rockwood L. B. 116 Washington 
Robbiiis Chandler (C. V.) 114 

Marlboro* 
Kobinsoii J. P. (E.) 79 Bedford 
Kogers J. (R. C.) Northampton st. 
RoweC. H.(B.)Beikeley pl.wd. 16 
RiiwellNuthan L. (F.B.)N.Bennet 
Ryan James (RC; 55 Circuit 
Ryan John J. (R. C.) 55 Circuit 
Sallaway James (C. U.) 415 Dor- 
chester, Washington Village 
Sargent J. T.(C. U.) 13 Clustnut 
Scheinerhorii M. K. (C. U.) Com- 
monwealth Hotel 
Sclioninger J. (Jewish) 45 Melrose 
Schwarz Louis B. (G. £. Refd) 

157 Charles 
Sehwarz Philip A. (G. R.) La 

Grange place 
Scott Joseph (M. E.)l Melrose 
Seymour R. G. (B.) 475 Shawmut 

avenue 
Sheridan E. J (R. C.) 73 Pnrchase 
Shreves J. P. (M.) Bethel church 
Silver Abiel (N.J.) Dudley Hall 
Simeon J. (R.C.) .32 Middlesex 
Simons V. M. (M.E.) Bromfieldst. 
SlafterE. F. II Beacon 
Teniiey E. P. (C.T.) 117 Wash. 
Thayer Geo. A. (C. U. i 784 Fourth 
Thayer Thos. B. (Uv.):W.3 Beacon 
Thompson A. C. (C. T.) 100 War- 
ren 
Tiftany C. C. (E.) St. Mark's ch. 
Tilden Wm. P. (C. U.) 345 Shaw- 
mut avenue 
Tracy Albion (B.) 13 Hull 
Traftoii Mark (M. E.) 149 Dor- 
chester 
Tucker Hilary (R. C.) 1162 Wash- 
ington 
Tupper Michael (R.C.) 761 Harri- 
son ave. 
Upham Samuel F. (M. E.) 1 More- 
land 
Vibbert G. II. (Uv.) Central sq., 

E.B. 
Vinton Alexander H. (E.) 77 Marl- 
boro' 
Waldron D. W. (C. T.) Maverick, 

E.B. 
Wallon Louis (Ger. M. E.) 545 

Shawmut avenue 
Warland Wm. (E.) at Cambridge 
Waterston Robert (C.U.)7l Chester 

square 
Watson John L. (E.) 37 Purchase 
Webb Edwin B. (C. T.) 6:38 Tre- 
mont 
Welch E. H. (R. C.) Harrison av. 

corner Concord 
Wells E. M. P. (E.) ,37 Purchase 
WiiHams Jenkins (M.E.)Revere St. 
Williams John (C. U.) 61 E. Con- 
cord 
WilUums John 3. (R C.) 1192 Wash. 
Wilhams Pelham (E.) 73 Appleton 
Winkley Samuel H. (C. U.) 7 

Cliambers 
Wright Wm.B.(C. T.) 163 West 
Canton 

Cloaks and ]IIanUIIa». 

Dame, Tucke, & Co. 107 Summer 
Goodnow E. H. 5 Winter 
tIALEY & DURELL, 15 Tre- 

"^ mont row 
Ide Geo. L., Carter, & Co. 35 

Winter and 35 Temple place 
Springer Bros. 32 Summer 
OTEVENSJOHN J. 282Wa8h- 
'-^ ington 



Clocks. 

Adams A. K. & Co. 35 Maverick aq. 
T>ANFIELD, t'ORRISTALL.l 
-" CO. 28 and 30 Federal (see 

page 668) 
Beals i. 3. 16 Hanover 
TJIGELOW, KENNARD,* CO. 
-" 3.31 V\ ashington 
Bradley B. & Co. 132 Hanover 
Brickett Wm. H. 199 Washington 
P ROOKS WM. P. B. & CO. 114 
-" Blackstoiie, 9 Marshall, and 

203 Hanover 
(1RANE MOSES G. 130Wa8h- 
^ ington (tower) 
fl ALE W.M. T. * CO. 221 Wash- 
^^ ington (cuckoo) 
(|RAY Si BAIL, 34 Union 

Grueby Geo. H. 49 Congress (cal- 
endar) 
" 4.KW.. 

field 
TTEYERBROS.100Summer(im- 

porters) 
H OLLINGS R. & CO. 369 Wash. 

(see foot lines) 
HOWARD WA1CU& CLOCK 
■" CO. 114 Tremont 
Kennard C. W. & Co. (dealers), 

122 Tremont 
Niles, DeMerritt, & Co. 120 Hano- 
ver (maaimiu) 
PALAIER, BACUELDERS, & 
■* CO. 162 Washington 
PARTRIDGE H. 51 & 53 Han- 
"*■ over 
PRATT DANIEL & SONS, 49 

Union 
Ridgway Charles L. 40 Cambridge 
gEABURY ISAAC, 45 Hanover 

UTEVENSG. M. &CO.!)0Sud- 
bury (tower clocks, see p. 670) 
Weston Bros. 141 Harrison ave. 

Clockmakers <fe Re- 
pairers. 

Albro Warren M., A'lams, near 

Dorchester, waid 16 
T-IOWAKU WATCH* CLOCK 
-^^ CO. 114 Tremont 
PRATT D.\NIEL & SONS, 49 

Union 
CTEVENS G. M. & CO. OOSud- 
bury (tower clocks, sie p. 670) 
Weston Brothers, 141 Harrison av. 

Cloth FiuUhers. 

Birkmaier & Burns, 23 Morton pi. 
t rohn Louis, 9 Hawley 
]y[AYER J. S. 86 Federal 

Cloth Printer. 

Locke Win. H. 56 Summer 

Cloth Sponger. 

jyjAYER J. S. 86 Federal 

Clothe» Cleaners. 

ALEXANDER HENRY, 10 
-^ Brattle 

Anderson Samuel, 47 Congress 
Bacheller H. 11} Causeway 
(JOBURN J. P. & CO. 20 Bratt le 

Dinsraore Wm. M. 11 Dock sq. 
Easton Alexander, jr., 10} Beach 
Elias Joseph, 1921 Washington 
Hambro John, 104« Washington 
Hamiiwnd John, 6 Winchester 
Hicks P. B. 6 N.Russell 
Hard Charles, 2 Harrison ave. 
JOHNSON J. J. 22 Brattle 

Kenncy J. F. & Co. 217 Tremont 
Lewey W. H. 68 Leverett 
Martin James, 3 Bennet 
McKenzie R. & Co. 3 Cambridge 
Molloy Edward, 15 Lowell 
Olmstead M. 28 Avery 
Pierce J. G. 25 Howard 
Roberts D. 14 Battery 
Russell Philip. 10 Franklin ave. 
Scott James, 129 Merrimac 
Sidney J. T. 1.J Liudall 
Smith H. 7 City Hall avenue 
Sterling J. H. 10 Franklin ave. 
Sullivan A. J. 11 Howard 
Thomson J. V. 9 City Hall ave. 
Wasliington B. F. 6 Franklin ave. 
Watson Charles, 1 Stanitord 
Watson D. C. 8 Bulftnch 
Williams Joseph, 13 Bedford 

Clothes Drier*. 

QALE & CO. 40 Bromfleld 

TJASKELLWM. O. & SON, 34 
^^ Canal 



Gas Fixtures at Manufacturers' Prices, ^ ^^Jt^u?n%tfAZ 



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149 



GIothi'M Frnmcit <fc Iron- 

Osgood E. B. a Cambridge 
Cluthea Vt^rlnser Rolls. 

ThnytT, Kootc, & Co. 1G4 Federal 
(U\>wcr*8 patent) 

Clothes Wrlneers. 

Eureka Clothes Wringer Co. T. J. 

.Alexander, apent, .W Federal 
(1LAPP, EVANS, & CO. 2HSum- 
^^ tner (rubber rolls, a -e pog ■ GiO) 
HeiKlerson W. H. 7.J Oornhill 
UOOI) GEORGE H., agent, 97 
-^^ Water 

Sawyer J. F., sj;ent, 40 Bromfield 
8herniaii Orin ,<; Co., 31 Brattle 
Tl'-ver H. S. 4J Elm 
"YyEED OTIS H. * CO. 25 Court 

ClothliiK. ( fPholesale.) 
Bliss, Whiting, McKenna, & Co. 
IK Franklin [shire 

Chamberlin fe Currier, l.W Devou- 
Despeaux, Blake, & Co. 45 Miik 
I'enno Isaac & Co. (JS Franklin 
Freeland, Beard, & Richardson, 

152 Devonshire 
(:j.IMiERT G. H. (manuf.) lOB 
^^ Hanover 

Goddard, Smith, & Cheney, 79 
Summer [-'8 Arch 

Hoilgdon I). M. & Co. 15 Otis and 
Johnson .1. C. VKi Devonshire 
Jordan, Clark, & Co. (V.I Summer 
Keating, r,ane, & Co. 81 Fr nklin 
Knowles & I.eland, 1411 Devonshire 
Leland, Rice, i Co. 105 Dev'shire 
Lamb, "^awver. & Co. 80 Federal 
Lane Geo. ft., Brett & Co.48 Sum- 
mer 
Lothrop, Everbeck, & Co.48 Char- 
don 
AfACULLAU, WILLIAMS, & 
-^'^ PARKER. 200 Washington 
Merrill & Co. 104 to 110 Devonshire 
Merrill & Lovejoy, 74 Franklin 
Miner, Beal, & Hackett, 11 Otis, & 

20 Arch 
Palmer J. B. & Co. 91 Devonshire 
Phillips, Shuman, & Co. 58 Sum- 
mer 
Pond Geor.-e F. 71 Summer 
Rhodes, Kipley, & Co. 71 Summer 
Stiles, Edmunds, & Co. 12 Otis & 

22 Arch 
Stone & Bier, 54 North 
Whitten, Burdett, & Young, 79 
Franklin and 120 Devonshire 

CluthiiiK. (.Retail.) 
(See alsn Tailors and DraperK.) 
Adams Geo. T. 167 Hanover 
Adams & Son, 15 Green 
Al en R. B. (boys') H41 Wash. 
Alves J. J. & Co. S.55 » mover 
Atwood Bros. 3.S and 40 Wash. 
Atwooo J. N. & Co. 1783 Wash. 
Baker M. 132 Broadway 
UEAN N. J. & CO. 10 and 12 
" North 

Belt Mary A. Mrs. 4fi7 Broadway 
Bennett S. P. & Co. 456 Wash. 
Bergen P. 1 Eastern avenue 
Berry Geo. W. 179 Hanover 
Bier M. 24 Salem 
Blackie John & Co. 106 Hanover 
Bock Jacob, 51 Union 
Boies & I'rufant, 292 Commercial, 

and 312 Hanover 
Boise 1,. D. & Co. .iO Washington 
Bolton Charles, 312 Hanover 
Bornstein Henry, 2 and 4 North 
Bornstein J. L. 60 North 
Boutwell C. H. & Co. 690 Wash. 
Boyntiin C. H. & Co. 31 Dock sq. 
Brown Antonio, 436 Commercial 
Byrnes & West, 42 Washington 
Campbell Isabella, 64 Merrimac 
( J ARNES G. W. & CO. 43 and 45 
^^ Summer (boys') 
Clark Mark, 15 Salem 
Cobe Philip & Co., Union, comer 

Blackstone 
Comer Joseph, 10 to 24 Wash. 
Connor C. A. 112 Doreh. ave. 
Corthell, Noyes.v Co. y& II Wash. 
Crosby Anthony, 2<i(> Hanover 
Curtis John, 6 and 8 North 
Daniels Isaac, 4« North (manuf.) 
Dean Amos J. 184.3 Washington 
Dickey fc Palmer, 226 Commercial 
Eaton Ezra's Son, 182 Ciommercial 
Eat<jn Ezra O. 257 North 
Eaton & Menitt. 661 Washington 
Farnswoi th J. P. 591 Washington 
PARRINGTON I. H. 681 Wash- 

ingtoa 
Farruigton & Kent, 1771 Wash. 
Fenno Geo. A. fc Co. 494 Wash- 
ington (boys') 



Fossett W. G. 695 Washington 
Fowlc H. 25 Wnshineton 
Freedman D. H. 85 Union 
Freeman. Carv, & Co. 155 Wiish. 
Friedlander Xdolph, 117 Beach 
Gambien Wm. E. .VI Meridian 
Glassett Thomas. 812 Wash. 
Gleason Thos.. 5 Eastern av»-nue 
Goldstien H. 80 Sumner, E.B. 
Grant Chas. H. 17.39 Wash. 
Griffin E.(seainnns')75 Richmond 
Hamelburg L. 104 Broadway 
Hamilton Vathuniel, II North sq. 
Hapgood W. .iO Washington 
Hard Charles, 1.34 Broad 
Harris M. 95 Union 
Hobart J. H. .VWi Washington 
UOLr.ANDER M. T. & CO. 32 
Temple pi. (mens' and hoys') 
Holman S. H IS Avon (boys') 
Holmes A.Mi^p,17Walthanl (boys') 
Hunting Joseph & Charles, 270 

Commercial 
Hutchincs H.S.& Co. l.">3 Meridian 
Jackman & Merrill, 12 and 13 Dock 

square 
Jacobs M. Mrs. 77 Portland 
J sslyn T. A. 171 Commercial 
Kellev John T & Co. (109 Wash. 
Krey H. 14 Fleet 
Lane & Bond, 207 North 
Liitz M. 73 Cambridee 
Law*nce II. S. & Co. 1933 to 1937 

Washington 
Levi Himan. 24 Noith 
Levi M. 22il Hanover 
Levi W. L. 24 Salem 
Levy Henriilta, 19 Salem 
Liubcott John, lO Elm, and 12 

Friend 
Lombard H. S. 52 Clinton 
Lovi joy Chas. J. 1 North 
Mncquarrie & Chisholro, 380 

North 
AfACULLAR, WILLIAMS, & 
-^'^ PARKER, •2<K) Washington 
Mansfield S. A. Mrs. 28 Winter 

(boys') 
Marshall C. S. 3 N. Market 
McLarty William & Son, 154 Sum- 
ner. E.B. 
lyfESSENGER VERNON A. & 
^ CO. successors to George A. 
Fenno, 19 and 22 Dock sq. 
(boys') 
Monnev S. 2.35 Hanover 
Morris 'Wm. 5 Lewis, E B. 
Morse Leopold & Co. '29 Dock eq. 
Moses Henry, 217 Hanover 
Noonan John, 12 North 
Nordensheld Faist, 76.5 Wash. 
O'Kelly William, .3.« Hanover 
Olmstead & Hammond, 28 Avery 
Paretts Isaac, 141 Essex 
Parker Robert W. 117 Hanover 

(manufacturer) 
Pearson H. A, Beacon, fourth 

door from Tremont (boys') 
Fond 8. H. & Farrington, 631 

Washington 
Prager, Bock, & Co. 14 & 15 Dock 

sq. and l.'i5 and 155 Hanover 
Proctor N. B. & A. E. 206 Com'l 
Pushee Jas. II. 1.57 Court (boys') 
Reinstein S. 17!t(> Washington 
Richards Geo. H. 24 Dock square 
Riley Joseph C. 303 Broadway 
DOGERS & ALLEN, 10 Faneuil 
^^ Hall square 
Rowe Bros. 28 Wanhington 
Ruby W. W. 1070 Trem.mt 
Sayer James F. & Co. 2-3 Kult.n 
Shoughnessy Emma, 480 Dorches- 
ter ave. 
Shuman Abraham, 1884 Wash. 
Silber SoUnnan, 2.3 Han<iver 
Simmons G. W. & Son, 34 Ncjrth 
Simon A. .344 Iliinover 
Simon Brothers, l.W Broadway 
Snow H. F. 937 Tremont 
Solomons & Samuels, 19 Wash. 
Spitz J. 361 Hanover 
Sulzbury Jimas, 41 Carver 
SummersfieM S. 14.3 Cambridge 
Tewksbury Geo. C. 118.3 Wash. 
Tignar M. 76 Union 
Toppun F. L. i i o. 7.'-8 Wash. 
Toppan Lewis, 741 Woshington 
Trow C. E. & Co. 113 Washington 
Tucker & Getchel,, (i27 Wash. 
Voienburg H. 8 Ho der 
Warshauer E. & Son, 26 North 
Welch E. C. & Co. 7 Lewis. E.B. 
Whitebone A. & S. 171 & 175 Eliot 
Wilmot H.B.& Co. 121 to 125 Wash- 
ington 
Wilner Bros. 79 Union 
Wingereky L. .'i86 Hanover 
Wingersky Samuel, .362 Hanover 
Wingersky Sarah, 4()0 Hanovnr 



CIothliiK. (Second Hand.) 

AbraniK I. 10 .^alem 
A hee J. ,4.90 Friend 
ALEXANDER HENRY, 
■^ 10 Braille 
Api'lebaum J. Vl.'i Essex 
Barnard D. .19 Sulem 
Barnott I) Mrs. 15 i Merrimac 
Bensemoll S. 1-333 Tremont 
Boas Sarah. 82 Salem 
Borkowsky C. 44 Salem 
Boutelje R. 108 Dorchest r ave. 
Brown W. W. 24 Hraitle 
Buitekan Alex. 144 Essex 
Buitekan I. 98 Dorchester ave. 
Campbell I. 61 .Merrimac 
Clark Jonas W. 18 Bi-attle 
pOiniRN J. P. & CO. 20 Brattle 
^ and 59 Cornhill 
Cohen A. '23 Endicott 
Cohn Hermon. 155 Cambridge 
Copelar.d S. IIKH Blackstone 
Dann H. E.64 SfTalem 
Delano Mary, II Maverick sq. 
DeYoune Benj. 12 Beach 
De Young Samuel, 141 Dover 
De Young Simon, lil Dover 
Dickson Wm. E. 144 Brattle 
Ehrlich N. 99 Cambridge 
Fitzgerald J. 04 Broadway 
Gilrain M. 41 Salem 
Greenw' od S. 52 Salem 
Han is H. Mrs. 84 Salem 
Hart J. 84 Joy (ladies') 
Higgins James, '^V\ Federal 
Holt M. 151 Kneeland 
JOHNSON J. J. 22 Braitle 

Johnson Richmond, 10-3 Eliot 
Kantorowich J. 74 Salem 
Kennedy Margaret (women's), 85 

Salem 
Knight T. N. C6 Merrimac 
Lamb Mary, 133 Dover 
Levi Simon, 58 Salem 
Levi & Sugarman, 29 Salem 
Levy Samuel, 66 Sulem 
Lewis S. H. 40 Brattle 
Lip J. 3.33 Federal 
Mock B. 172 Dorchester ave. 
Moses Robert, 1249 Tremont 
Nelson B. 80 Merrimac 
O'Brien Edmund, 161 Eliot 
Pitts & Brown, 24 Brattle 
Reinstein S. 1246 Tremont 
Runkel Jacob (women s), 77 Salem 
Scott James S. 129 Menimac 
Smith Henry, 7 City Hall ave. 
Stanley Thomas, 70 Salem 
Stott James C. 126 Essex 
Streep Mark, 147 Dover 
Sugarman & Wener. 1 Kneeland, 

and 129 Dover 
Thompson J. V. 9 City Hall ave. 
Vanvolen Jane, 1-19 r>over 
Vanvolen Nathan, 137 Dover 
Walker iVlary E. .Mrs. 33 Salem 

Cloths <fe 'Woolen Goods. 

(Ititpoi'ters and Joljbers.) 
Allen E. & Co. 36 Franklin 
Barnes, Ward, & Co. 77 Franklin 
Bean James M. & Co. 17 Otis 
Blake & Stearns, 62 Franklin 
Biidgham, Jones, & Co. 104 Sum- 
mer 
Barrage Bros. & Co .35 Franklin 
Burrage J. C. & Co. 184 Devonsh'e 
Clement C. Si. Co. 6 Otis 
Dame, Tucke, & Co. 107 Summer 
Dresser, Parsons, Bradt, & Co. 70 

Franklin 
Eager, Bartlett. & Co. 93 Summer 
Fernald Bros. & Co. 11 Arch 
Gillit Wm. K. & Co. 241 Wash. 
Gilbert H. C. & Lovejoy, 9'i Sum- 
mer 
Hardy, Muyhew, & Co. 76 and 78 
Summer [Franklin 

Horswell, Kingsley, & !■ rench, 40 
James, Lo^elt, & Stedman, 18 

Franklin 
Jewett & Bush, S4 Summer 
Kendall, Barrows,* Co. 9 Franklin 
I.,eland. Allen, & Bates, 53 and 55 

Franklin 
Leonard R. F. & Co. 48 Wash. 
MACULLAR, WILLIAMS, A 
"^ PARKER, 200 Washington 
Prtsby W. A. 119 Summer 
Richardson, Bird, & Co. 25 Frank- 
lin [lin 
Safford. Nute, & Wilson. 37 Frank- 
Smith, Stebbins, & Co. 4.5 and 47 
Franklin [lin 
Talbot. Wilmarth,& Co. 67 Frank- 
Todd Wm. N. & Co. 105 Summer 

Coaching. 

Boston Hotels Coach Co. ViG Fort- 
land 



Cvtxa fi^rkTTOo das Heaters, Oas Flat Irons, Apparatus for OAS for numerous 
VXaa OtUVC/Df purposes, is. HULLLI us <fe CO., 36» M'ashington street. 



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BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Coal Bealem. IWJiolesdle.') 
Agard, Busl>, & Co. 9 Doane 
AUUn John C. 9 Kilby 
Allen Gto. U. & Co. 24 Killjjf 
Aiidenned Lewis & Co. 14 Kilby 
Audenrii'd, Norton. & Co. 27 Doane 
Balison Charles jr. 7 Doane 
Bangs A Horlon, 18 Kilby 
Bavard R. B. agent, 7 Doane 
Bordii. Keller. & Nutting. 42 Kilby 
Brvant Nathaniel H. 12? Slate 
Biuron J. S. 17 Doone 
Butler E. P. 7 Doane 
Ca.«tner. Stiekney, & Wellington, 
n KilDv [Kilby 

Chamlierlain, French, & Co. 42J 
Darrow Chns. ir, Doane 
Day, Huddell, & Co. IS Kilby 
Dean J. F. & Co. 21? Doane 
Dovey, Kendrick, & Co. 17 Doane 
]>rake Alden L. 127 State 
Eastwick Joseph H. 29 Doane 
I^RANKLIN COAL, W. B. 
-*■ Fuwle, Si Summer, and whart 
30 Dorchester ave., at S. B. 
Gay Ware B. 5 Dr.ane 
(iooch N. G. 13 Kilby 
Gooch S. H. 13 Kilby 
(^UBELV G. H. 15 Doane 

Graeff, Bothermel, & Co. 9 Kilby 
Hni-ker W. Alfred, i9 Doane 
Hall, Bulkley, * Co. 144 State 
Hall John O. & Co. 2.i Doane 
Hanmiel, Neil, * Co. 25 Doane 
Howard J. E. 9 Kilby 
Howes B. L. & Co. 29 Doane 
Jackson * Winsor, 31 Doane 
Lee D. W. 27 Doane 
J.ittle S.O. 22 Kilby 
Lochmnn J. E. 29 Doane 
Love, Hayward, & Co. 97 State 
Mitchell Jumes H. 92 Slate 
Moody J. G. 32 Summer 
Moseley Elislin, 32 Summer 
Mosely C. H. agent, Boston wf. 
Nnvin G. P. 13 Kilby 
Q JJOKNE F. H. 86 State 

Paige C. E. basement 31 Kilby 
Repplier J. L. 27 Doane 
Repplier, Gordon, & Co. 27 Doane 
Bommel J. jr. & Bro. 21 Doane 
Rugg S. F. 21 Doane 
Scott John C. & Sons, 7 Doane 
Sinnieks/in ft Co. 32 Summer 
Snelling Howard & Co. :« Cong. 
Stevenson & Pierson, 48 Kilby 
Taylor S. P. & Co. 18 State 
Thwiig S. C. & Co. 77 State 
Tyler J. M. 25 Doane 
Van Dusen, Brother, & Co. 5 

Doane 
"Vnughan B. 42 India 
Wallace W. & Co. 11 Doane 
Wnlter. Donaldson, & Co. 19 

Doane „.,,^ 

Wuiiiieinacher & Sons. 3(j Kilby 
Waylanrt & Lawton, 30 Kilby 
Weld, Rice, & Co 11 Doane 
White John R. & Son, Colby's 

whf. Mt. Wash, avenue 
William.. James M. W. 3(1 Kilby 
Winslow George M. & Co. 228 

Causeway, and 1.39 Cross 
WiinerellU. D. l>5 State 

Coal Mining Companies. 

Acadia Coal Co., F. H. Odiorne, 

S(i Mate 
Caledonia Coal and Railway Co., 

J. H. Converse, treas., 39 State 
Consolidaiion Coal Co., C. H. 

Dulton.pres., 50 Sears buildihg 

and 48 Kilby „ „ ^ 

Del., l-uck , & Western K. R. Co., 

F. H. Ddiorne,8(iStute 
Everhart Coal Co., E. Smith, 

tr as. 11 Sears building 
Excelsior Coal Mining Co., C. W. 

Kingslev, treas. IS Kilby 
Glbeitontoal Co., G. L. Hunt- 

inatun. treas. 34 Sears building 
Gowrie Mines, F. H. Odiorne, 86 

Hampshire & Baltimore Coal Co., 

Love, Hayward, & Co., agents, 

97 State 
International Coal & Railway Co., 

F. H. Odiorne, 8« State 
Locust Dale Coal Co. F. Jaques, 

treas. 13* Sears building 
Fenn. Gas" Coal Co.,F. H. Odiorne, 

86 State ^, ^^ 

Poioinac Coal Co., C.Chadboume, 

treas., 1 Hatierymarch 
Powelton Coal and Iron Co., 7 

Doane 
Roaring Brook Coal Co., J. F. 

Dean, treas., 23 Doane 
Spring Hill ' oui Co., Jos. Hayden, 

treas., 13 Old State House 



Stockbridge Iron Co.. E. L.Baker, 

treas. 44 Sears building 
Suffolk Coal Co, T. H. Bacon, 

treas. 22 Congress 
Summit Branch R. R. Co., Wm. 

B. Fowle, raanager,32 Summer, 

room 6 

Coal <ts Wood l>ealer8. 

Al'bott 3. St Co. 3?0 Charles 
Adams J. E. & Co. 831 Allmny 
Adams Wm. Henry, 17 Water 
Alden J. H. 1932 Washington 
Anderson Samuel L. 64 Joy 
Arnold Geome, .30 Water 
Baldwin J. jr. 11 Doine 
Barry Jotham, 42J Kilby 
Batchelder Bros. &06 Federal and 

256 Broad 
Batchelder H. L. & Co. 113 Harr. 

ave., Ferdinand, near Melrose, 

and Hancock, cor. Columbia, 

waidl6 

BENSON FREDERICK A. 3b 
Kilby 
Bosworth & Hamlin, 2.')6 Federal 
Brigham Nahum, .'171) Federal 
Brigham ft Piper, 2;it) Federal 
bullard, Thomas, ft Co. 278 Al- 
bany, and 101 State 
Burnham Bros., Broadway, cor. 
Doreh. ave., and Old Harhar wf. 
Bnrnham L. G. ft Co. 132 Charles 
Calef A. D. "SO Harrison ave. and 

418 l-ederal 
Calef John F. .391 Harrison ave. 
Chaftee & Cummings, 22 State 

(Charcoal) 
Chamberlain Charles P. 8«£>Wash. 
Clark Win. ft Co. \\U Tremont 
Cole James, 151 Doreh. avenue 
(lOLEGATE W.M. A.3 Thacher 

Conley S. B. ft A. F. .378 Fii-st 
Cook, Jordan, ft Morse, 11(« Wash. 
ft 4«6 to 594 Albany, order box, 
22 State 
Crafts Henry & Son, 28 Dorch. 

avenue 
CrowellJ. D., Mercantile wharf 
Curtis Fre erick, 250 Federal 
Curtis Josiah 1'. Com'l, opp. Ells- 
worth, ward 16 
Cushing Perez, Ui5 C, cor. First 
Dearborn W. G., Atkins' wharf, 

521 Commercial 
Dilliiiaham Geo. B. 17 N. Russell 
I->RAKK ALDEN L. 127 State 
^^ and Windsor's wharf, Albany, 

corner Dover 
Dunning Geo. C, .184 Harrison av. 
Emery Wm. H. ft S. L. 288 Fed- 
eral 
Faunce C. B. ft Co. 1301 Tremont 
Fernandez FranMs, 128Leverett 
Finn K. W. 131 Essex 
L^LOYD W.M. H., Tenean whf. 
" Com'l, ward 16 
Foster Thos. P. ft Son, foot Han- 
over, onler box 42.^ Kilby 
France John W. 31 Anderson 
ll'iRANK LIN COAL, 32 Summer 
^ and 39 Dorchester ave. 
French Charles E. 418 Federal 
Frost i.eo. H., Neponset ave. near 

Taylor, ward 16 

Gertz W. H. 5U Water CE.B. 

Gibsm Nehenifah & Co. 110 Lewis 
Gilinoie ft Barton, 1056 Wash. 
Gordon R. N. G.> N. Grove 
Gove A. A Son, Weeks* wharf, 212 

Border. E.B. 
Green Geo. W. 44 Phillips 
Greer John, rear 811 West Cedar 
Hall Alfred A. .V> Church 
Hall L. ft Co. Webster, c. Orleans 
Hall S. ft Co. 14.S Border 
Harris J. ft Son, B, cor. Third 
Hath way (ieo. F. 1822 Wash. 
Henderson H. 78 Phillips 
Hclmes Jacob K. 218 border 
HowcWm. H. 168 Salem 
Hughes Frank W. 'M Leverett 
Hughes H.L. 53 Pitts 
Huntlev Win. C. 117 and 119 Essex 
Keefe ^ni. J. & G. H. 1154 tre- 
mont, and B bet. Fifth and Sixth 
Leach Chas. 1054 Washington 
Little S. O. 22 Kilby 
Lovell Silas, 75A W. Dedham 
Lyons Michael, 14 Phillips 
>fcCobb W. P. 119 Beach 
JIcKenna B. F. IS! Cambridge 
McNitt l>omas, 189 Eighth 
Morse L. 3. f*>0 Harrtson avenue 
Mulvey .Michael. 158 Salem 
Nichols Wm. H., Bartlett's wharf, 

511 Commercial 
Noyes Benjamin, 22 State 
QDIORNE F. H. 86 State 

Osgo d F. D. 210 Bugjlea 



Penniman J. M.. .327 Fonrfti 
Penmman H., O, cor. Eighth 

PENNSYLVANIA COAL CO., 
S. I. Caldwell, agent. .54 Dorcb. 
avenue, lormerly Bumhani's 
wharf 
Pratt C. H. 139 Cro'S 
Prentice Theodore, ;526 Broad 
Prentice W. H. S Son, 326 Broad 
Frescott W. L. & C. J., 301 Har- 
rison avenue, corner Castle 
Prescot' ft Chapin, Liverpool wf. 
Richardson C. R. 4 Water (kind- 
ling) 
Rilev Andrew, Second, cor. Dorch. 
Robbins i. ft Co. 119 Sumner and 

322 Border, E.B. 
Kobbins S. 350 Broad and 306 

Tremont 
ROBY D. ft CO. 280 Causeway 

Ruggles David S. 108 Brighton 
Sampson Icliabod, Fiskrs wharf, 

4S! Commercial 
Sawiii Geo. H. 112 Essex 
Beaver E. 25 Kilby 
Seaver O. L. 114 Dover 
Smith Sabin M., Lincoln's wharf 
Snelling Howard A Co. 33 Cong. * 

Atkins wharf, and .588 Altwny 
Stapl.sJ. Edward. 2(ai Causeway 
Stetson A. M.& Co. First, foot ot I 
Stevens R. 37 No. Anderson 
Sweeny James, 11 Cypiess place 
Talbot J. 126 Fourth 
Taylor Simeon P. & Co. 18 State 
rpHAYEK D. W. ft CO. 114 
■*• Dover 

Tirrell Jesse A Co. ?M Federal 
Tobey A Pray, 170 E. Dover 
Turner A. E. 25 Gouch 
Turner Jaines, rear VVi Cambridge 
Vinal C. P. 364 Charles*, ft. Poi'lar 
Walsh D. A. 15 Indiana place 
Warren F. C, Charles, fl. of Allen 
WELLINGTON A. C. A C(X 

'' 2t01erteral 
Wellington Bros. 11 Kilby 
Williams J. M. W. ?& Kilby 
WINGATE A FIELD, 198 

"' Bioad 

Winslow G. M.A Co 2-28 Cause- 
way and 13S) Cross 
Wiswall A Co. 252 Federal 
Witherell O. D. !B State 
Wood C. B. 41U Charles, corner 
T.everett 

YyYMANWM. 40 Stale, room S 

YOUNG C. A EMERSON, 445 
■*■ Com'l and 75 State 

Cocoa Buttei*. 

pRESTON JOHN, 162 State 

Cocoa Manufii. 

RAKER WALTER A CO. COl 
^ State 

PRESTON JOHN, 162 Sta e & 
■^ South, ward 16 
"ISTEBB JOSIAH A CO. 48 Cha- 
'' tham 

Cocoa lint. (,l'reiiare<l ) 
Robinson Wm. F. 8 N. Market 

Cocoa- Nut Cake ISak- 
ei'B, 

Kaiser Maximilian, 32 Yeoman 
Kriegel George, 21 Chadwick, 
ottice 5 Dock square 

<;oflree and Spice IHIIla. 

Berry N. A Sons, 28 Central 
Briggs ft Parker, 2fJ Broad 
(BARTER, MANN, i. CO. 207 
^ State 
Chase, Raymond, A Ayer, 34 

Broad 
T)AVIS NOAH A FERNALD, 
^ 9 Green 

Dwinell & Co. 35 Batterymarh 
UULLARTON J. A CO. 8 N. 
^ Market 

GartielU Wm. H. 19 Harvard pi. 
Glines J. T. A N. 2 Haymavket sq. 
Hayward A Co. 5 and 7 Haverhill 
Lane G. F. 6 Hayinarket sq. 
Newhall H. B. 43 Broad 
Oriental lea Co. 87 Court 
pKINCE A CO 1 TON, 52 Chat- 
^ ham 

Rand W. D. 188 State 
Sanborn J. S. A Co. 16 Beverly 
ULADE D. A L. 21 India (.see 
'^ liage 706) 
Stiekney A Poor, 20India 
UWAlbl, EARLE, A CO. 63; 
"^ Commercial (see page 690) 
Tremont C' ffee and Spice Mills, 

J. F. Gault, agent, 43 Way 



■Wasliinurtou St., Boston. 



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151 



CoflTce Hullers. 

Albion CoftVc Huller Co., J. F. B. 
Marshall, trens., !KJ Wash. 

Coffin W^urehouses. 

Brown W. II. 10 Bcnnineton 
Colter James, 21H! Federal 
Ellnrd Daniil. .'iJil Federal 
Ileinfz.Tohn, II '4 Tremont 
I ONES LBWIS & SON, 21 
" l.nariinu^o 

Kennc !v Pliil. Ifii Harrison ave. 
lyfANNINU WILLIAM, 819 Al- 

Marden I ). ft and 11 No. Bennet 
O'SIILLIVAN DENNIS, 8" 
^^ Merrinitic 
pEAK J. & SON, 146 Friend 

piERCE J. W. 164 Harrison ave. 

Raffertv P. 63 Merrimnc 
Smith Beniamin F. -'51 Tremont 
Tinkhnm .1. 20 Howard 
Waterman Joseph S. 1912 Wash. 
Whitney N. P. 19 Blossom 

Coins. 

Virgin G. A. 11 Water 
Collars. 

(.See also Pa)ier Collar Manufs.) 
Q.LAZIER GEO. M. 81 Summer 

riRISWDLD D. C. & CO. 164 
'^ and 1(1(1 Devonshire 
VOUNG & PIDGIN, 374 
■"■ Broadway 

Collection L/aw Office* 

BRAMAN JOSEPH B. 10 Pem- 
•^ berton sj. (see page 702) 

Collectors. 

Baxter Francis J. 5 Court sq. 
Bowen Henry, 176 Washington 
Caverly Charles, 22 State 
Connor James, 284 Washington 
Emery Caleb S. 197 Ruggles (con- 
stable) 
Faunce T. 4 F. H. square 
Harrington John C. 10 North sq. 
Hayford H. L. Klitt Wasliington 
Martin D. A. 47 Congress, room S 
IVrASON WM. ft. & CO. 40 
-"■'- School 

Neale John B. 74 Washington 
Raymond E. ^30 Court sq. 
QANFOKD Si GREENE, 3.3 
'^ School, room 21 (see page 658) 
Silsby J. P. 1 ( Court sq. 
Thing J. M. .V.t Court 
Thompson Geo. 76 Tremont 
Watts Caleb b.3l Devonshire 
Whitney E. M. 15 Harvard pi. 

Color Manuractiirers. 
RRAINARD, BAKER, & BUR- 
■" GESS, 22 Broad 
nARPENTER, WOODWARD, 
'-' & MORTON, 77 Clinton 
•Morris Thomas ij. 21 Haverhill 
•Wood Henry's Sou & Co. 56 Broad 

Comb 3f akers. 

pray Thomus A. (shell) .3.39 Wash. 
Greenwood J. M. 15 Summer 
Josselyn E. K. 130 Wash. 
Union Comb Co. 15 Summer 

Commercial Brokers. 

8IRD C. G. & CO. 52 Wash. 



Elliott II. F. I(i3 Blackstone 
Read St Co. 72 Friend 
Maynard J. W. 31 State, room 8 

Commercial Colleges. 
BOSTON CO.MMERCIAli 
■" COLLEGE, A. D. Bill, 289 

Washington (see page 664) 
Bryant, Stratton, & Hiobard, 366 

Washington 
OOMER GEORGE N., presi- 
'-' dent. 3i3 Washington 
Sawyer Geo. A. 274 Washington 
Union Business College, 4f>0 Wash. 

Commissioners. 

Jiesident in Bo^tton, Masn., appoint' 
ed by olher .'iiales lo take texti- 
niony lo he used, and Aclcn- lal- 
edgements 0/ deeds to be record- 
ed, in said States. 

ALABAMA, 
S. A. B. Abbott, Charles B. F. 
Adams, Albert W. Adams. An- 
gell& Jenuison. [House 

J as. IS. Bell, 12 Old State 
A. F. Butteiworth, B. H. Cur- 
rier, Alfred F.. Giles, John P. 
Healy, A. Jackson, Daniel Sharp 



ALASKA TERRITORY, 

S. A. B. Abbott, Charles B. F- 
Adams, Albert W. Adams, An- 
gell & Jennison [State House 
James B. Bell, 12 Old 

ARIZONA TERRITORY, 
S. A. B. Abbott, Charles B. F. 
Adams, Albirt W. Adams. An- 
gell & Jennison. [House 

Jas. B. Bell, 12 Old State 

ARKANSAS, 
S. A. B. Abbott, Charles B. F. 
Adams, Albert W. Adams, An- 
gell SiJennison (House 

Jas. B. Bell, 12 Old State 
A. F. Butlerworth, B. H. Curri- 
er, Dan'l Sharp 

CALIFORNIA, 
S. A. B. Ablwtt, Charles B. F. 
Adams, Albert W. Adams, An- 
gell & Jennison [House 

tJas. B. Bell, 12 Old State 
A. F. Butterworth, B. A. G. Ful- 
ler, Benj. H. Currier, Chas. C. 
Kendall' Benj. Pond, H.J.Wells, 
Daniel Sharp 

COLORADO TERRITORY, 
S. A. B. Abbott, Charles B. F. 
Adams, Albert W. Adams, An- 
pell & Jennison [House 

tTas. B. Bell, 12 Old State 
Samuel S. Curtis, O. G. Randall, 
I. H. Wright 

CONNECTICUT, 
S. A. B. Abbott, Charles B. F 
Adams, Albert W. Adams, An- 
gell & Jennison [House 

tJas. B. Bell, 12 Old State 
E. A. Alger, Samuel A. Bent, 
Edward Buck. A. F. Butter- 
worth, David H. Coolidge, B. H. 
Currier, Samuel S.Curtis, F. H. 
Graves, William Hobbs, jr., Da- 
vid P. Kimboll, Florentine W. 
Pelton, Benj. Pond, Augustus 
E. Scott. Daniel Sharp, William 
H. Towne 

DAKOTAH TERRITORY, 
8. A. B. Abbott, Charles B. F. 
Adams, Albert W. Adams, An- 
gel! & Jnnnison [House 
jas. B. Bell, 12 Old State 
A. F. Butterworth 

DELAWARE, 
S. A. B. Abbott, Charles B. F. 
Adams, Albert W. Adams, An- 
gell m Jennison [House 

Jas. B. Bell, 12 Old State 
S. B. Allen, B. U. Currier, Otis 
G. Randall, Daniel Sharp 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, 
S. A. B. Abbott, Charles B. F. 
Adams, Angell i Jennison 
Jas. B. Bell, 12 Old State 
House 

FLORIDA, 
S. A. B. Abbott, Charles B. F. 
Adams, Albert W. Adams, An- 
gell & Jennison [House 
Jas. B. Bell, 12 Old State 
Daniel Sharp 

GEORGIA, 
S. A. B. Abbott, Charles B. F. 
Adams, Albert W. Adams, An- 
gell & Jennison [House 
Jas. B. Bell, 12 Old State 
Edward Buck, A. F. Butter- 
worth, B. H. Currier, S. S. Cur- 
tis, Daniel Sharp 

IDAHO TERRITORY, 

S. A. B. Abbott, Charles B. F. 
Adums, Albert W, Adams, An- 
gell & Jennison [House 
Jas. B. Bell, 12 Old State 
A. F. Butterworth 

ILLINOIS, 
S. A. B. Abbott, Charles B. F. 
Adams, Albert W. Adams, An- 
gell & Jennison [House 
Jas. B. Bell, 12 Old State 
Chns. Francis Adams, jr., David 
H. Coolidge, B. H. Currier, 
Samuel C. Davis, jr., Charles F. 
Greenongh, William Hobbs, jr., 
Otis G. llaiidall, Augustus E. 
Scott, Daniel Sharp, Theodore 
H. Tyndale, Isaac U. Wright 



INDIANA, 

S. A. B. Abbott, Charles B. F. 
Adams, Albert W. Adams, An- 
gell & Jennison [House 
Jas. B. Bell. 12 Old State 
Charles E. Ailums, jr., Kdwnrd 
Buck. B. U. Currier, S. S. Cur- 
tis, Wm. Hobbs, jr., A. E. Scott, 
Daniel Sharp 

IOWA, 

S. A. B. Abbott, Charles B. F. 
Adams, Albert W. Adams, An- 
gell *: Jennison [House 
Jas. B. Bell, 12 Old Stnte 
Joshua U. Ball, A. F. Butter- 
worth, B. H. Curnir, S. S. Cur- 
tis, B. A. G. Fuller, William 
Hobbs, jr., Berrj. Pond, Aug. 
Russ, Daniel Sharp, James B. 
Thayer, Peter 8. Whetlock 

KANSAS, 
S. A. B. Abbott, Charles B. F • 
Adams. Alliert W. Adams. An- 
gell & Jennison [House 
Jas. B. Bell, 12 Old State 
A. K. Butterworth, David H. 
Coolidge, Benjamin II. Currier, 
Samuels. Curt s, Otis G. Ran- 
dall, A. E. Scott, Daniel Sharp, 
J. W. Thornton 

KENTUCKY, 

8. A. B. Abbott, Charles B. F. 
Adams, Albert W. Adams, An- 
gell & Jennison (House 
Jas. B. Bell, 12 Old State 

A. F. Butterworth, Edwd. Buck, 
Benj. H. Currier, S. S. Curtis, 
Alfred B. Ely, Thos. S. Harlow, 
Dan'l Sharp, J. Wingate Thorn- 
ton, John M. Way 

LOUISANA, 

S. A. B. Abbott. Charles B. F. 
Adams, Albert W. Adams, An- 
gell & Jennison [House 
Jas. B. Bell, 12 Old State 
J. L. Andrews, G. E. Betton 
Benjamin H. Currier, Samuel S. 
Curtis, Wm. Dehon, Alfred B. 
Ely, Nathan Morse, C. C. Nut- 
ter, F. O. Prince, Otis G. Ran- 
dall, Geo. P. Sang.r, J. W. 
Thornton, Daniel Sharp 

MAINE, 

S. A. B. Abbott, Charles B. F. 
Adams. Albert W. Adams, An- 
pell & Jennison (House 

Jas. B. Bell, 12 Old State 
Edwin A. Alger, Clias. H. Bacon, 
Moses Bates, A. F. Bloch, A. H. 
Brig.;8, Ephriam Brown, A. F. 
Butterworth, D. H. Coolidge, 
ThoT'as W. Clark, B. II. Cur- 
rier, S. S. Curtis. Samuel C. Dar- 
ling, W. A. Field, B. A. G. Ful- 
ler, Wm. J. Forsaith, John E. M. 
Gilley, S. Rowland Hart, H. L. 
Hazelton, Edwin S. Ilovev, D. 
P. Kimball, C. C. Nutter, Benj. 
Pond, F. O. Prince, Samuel M. 
Quincv, Geo. S. Scanunon, A. E. 
Scott, Dan'l Sharp, Henry Hyde, 
Smith, Oliver Stevens, Stephen 
Thacher, J. B. Thayer, J. D. 
Thomson, W. H. Towne, Am- 
brose Wellington, W. C. Wil- 
liamson 

MARYLAND, 

S. A. B. Abbott, Charles B. F. 
Adams, .\lbert W. Adams, .\n- 
gell & Jennison [House 

Jas. B. Bell, 12 Old State 

B. H. Currier, Abram Jackson, 
Daniel Sharp 

MICHIGAN, 

S. A. B. Abbott. Charles B. F. 
Adams, Albert W. Adams, An- 
gell & Jennison [House 
Jas. B. Bell, 12 Olo State 

C. i". Adams, jr., I.J. Austin, A. 
W. Boardman, F. A. Brooks, 

' Edward Buck, A. F. Butter- 
worth, D. H. Coolidee, Benj. 
H. Currier, Samuel S. Curtis, 
Alfred B. Ely, J. E. M. Gilley. 
Geo. B. Hastings, Wm. B. Du- 
rant, H. L. Ha/elton. William 
Hobbs, jr., Henry A. Johnson, 

D. P. Kimball, Geo. H. Kings- 
bury, Alarcus Morton, Benjamin 
Pond, Otis G. Randall. W. A. 
Richardson, Daniel Sharp, H. 
W. Suter, J. B. Thuyer 



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MINNESOTA, 
S. A. B. Abbott, Charles B. F. 
Adarns, Albert W. Adams, An- 
eeUSJeiiiiison [House 

Jas. B. Bell, 12 Old State 

A. F. Biitterworth, B. H. Cur- 
rier, Samuel S. Curtis, J. E. M. 
Gilley. Daniel Sliarp, A. Smith, 
J. H. Ward 

MISSISSIPPI, 
S. A. B. Abbott, Charles B. F. 
Adajns, Albert W. Adams, An- 
cell & Jinnisou [Bouse 

Jas. B. Bell, 12 Old State 

B. H. Currier, Daniel Sharp 

MISSOURI, 
S. A. B, Abbott, Charles B. F. 
Adams, Albert W. Adams, An- 
cell & Jennisnn [House 

Jas. B. Bell, 12 Old State 

C. F. Adams, jr., Benjamin H. 
Currier, S. S. Curtis.Dan'l Sharp 

MONTANA TERRITORY, 
S. A. B. Abbott, Charles B. F. 
Adams. Albert W. Adams, An- 
cell & Jf nnison [House 

«ras. B. Bell, 12 Old State 

NEBRASKA, 
S. A. B. Abbott. Charles B. F. 
Adams, Albert W. Adams, An- 
pell & Jennis'in [House 

aas. B. Bell, 12 Old State 
Otis G. Randall, Daniel Sharp 

NEVADA, 
S. A. B. Abbott. Charles B. F. 
Adams, Albert W. Adams, An- 
eell & Jeiinion [House 

tias. B. Bell, 12 Old State 
Otis G. Randall 

NEW HAMPSHIRE, 
8. A. B. Abbott, Charles B. F. 
Adams, Albert W. Adams. An- 
gell & Jennison [House 

«Ta8. B. Bell, 12 Old State 
E. A. Alger. Stillman B. Allen, 
Sumner Albee, A. F. Bloch, J. 
Q. A. Brackett. David Bryant, 
N. B. Bryant, Robt. I. BurbanU, 

A. F. Bulterworth, Joseph M. 
Churchill, W. W. Coffin, Wm. 
Colburn, D. H. Coolidge, Sam'l 
R. Crocker, Benj. H. Currier, 
Samuel S. Curtis, E. S. Cutter, 
Geo. W. Estabrook, C. K. Fay, 
Wm. J. Forsaith, U. F. French, 
Geo. B. Fowler, George S.Frost, 
J. E. M. Gilley, FrankW. Hack- 
ett, 11. L. Hareltoii, George S. 
Hale, Francis B. Hayes, Wm. 
Hobbp. jr., Albion K. P. Joy, 
D. P. Kimball, Charles F. Kit- 
tredse, B. C. Moulton, John 
Noble, A. E. Pillsbury, Beni. 
Pond, Otis G. Randall, E. W. 
Sanborn, A. E. Scott, Daniel 
Sharp, Robt. D. Smith, J. Oscar 
Teele, J. D. Thomson, J. W. 
Titus, WiUiam H. Towne, Sam'l 
Wells, jr.. A. B. Wentworth, 
Alex. S. Wheeler, C. Wheeler 

NEW JERSEY, 
S. A. B. Abbott, Charles B. F. 
Adams, Albert W. Adams, An- 
cell & Jeiinison [House 

Jas. B. Bell, 12 Old State 

B. II. Currier, D. P. Kimball, 
Georae W. Phillips, Benj. Pond, 
Otis G. Randall, Daniel Sharp 
Gerard C. Tobey 

NEW MEXICO, 
S. A. B. Abbott. Charles B F. 
Adams, Albert W. Adams, An- 
gell & Jennison [Hou.se 

Jas. B. Bell, 12 OM State 
B. H. Currier, O. G. Randall 

NEW YORK, 
S. A. B. Alibott, Charles B. F. 
Adams, Albert W. Adams, An- 
cell S Jennison [House 

Jas. B. Bell, 12 Old Stute 
Kdwin A. Alger, A. F. Bloch, B. 
11. Currier, F. H. Graves, F. O. 
Prince, U. Pond, A. E. Scott, 
Francis W. Palfrey, Dan'l Sharp 

WORTH CAROLINA, 

S. A. B. Abbott, Charles B. F. 
Adams, Albert W. Adams, An- 
eell & Jennison [House 

<Tas. B. Bell, 12 Old State 
David U. Coolidge, Benj. H. 
Currier, S. S. Curtis, O. G. Ran- 
dall, J. W. Thornton 



OHIO, 
S. A. B. Abbott, Charles B. F. 
Adams, Albert W. Adams, An- 
gell & Jennison [House 

Jas. B. Bell, 12 Old State 
Chas. F. Adams, jr., Edward 
Buck, B. H. Currier. Samuel S. 
Curtis, C. K. Fav, Wm. Hobbs, 
jr., David P. Kimball, Francis E. 
Parker, Otis G. Randall, Aug'tus 
E. Scott, Dan'l Sharp, Hales W. 
Suter 

OREGON, 
S. A. B. Abbott, Charles B. F. 
Adams, Albert W.Adams, An- 
Kell& Jennison [House 

dfas. B. Bell, 12 Old State 
Benjamin H. Currier, Samuel S. 
Curtis, Otis G. Randall 

PENNSYLVANIA, 
S. A. B. Abbott, Charles B. F. 
Adams, Albert W. Adams, An- 
eell & Jennison [House 

iTas. B. Bell, 12 Old State 
Ivers J. Austin, J. D.Ball, Ed- 
ward Buck, Asa Cottrell, B. H. 
Currier, S. S. Curtis, Charles 
Demond, Frank W. Hackett, 
Charles C. Nutter. Frederick O. 
Prince, Otis G. Randall, James 
W. Rollins, Augustus E. Scott, 
James L. Stactpole, Hales W. 
Suter, J. Wingate Thornton, 
Chas. W. Tuttle 

RHODE ISLAND, 
S. A. B. Abbott. Charles B. F. 
Adams, Albert W. Adams, An- 
gell & Jennison [House 

Jas. B. Bell, 12 Old State 

A. F. Bloch, Edward P. Brown, 

B. H. Currier, S. S. Curtis, W. 

C. Greene, F. H. Graves, David 
P. Kimball, Daniel Sharp, J. W. 
Thornton, Wm. H. Towiie 

SOUTH CAROLINA, 
S. A. B. Abbott, Charles B. F. 
Adams. Albert W. Adams, An- 
eell & Jennison [House 

aa». B. Bell, 12 Old State 
S. S. Curtis, B.H. Currier 

TENNESSEE, 
S. A. B. Abbott Charles B. F. 
Adams, Albert W. Adams, An- 
gell & Jennison [House 

Jas. B. Bell, 12 Old State 
B. H. Currier, S. S..Curtis, Dan- 
iel Sharp 

TEXAS, 
S. A. B. Abbott, Charles B. F. 
Adams, Albert W. Adams. An- 
gell & Jennison [House 

Jau. B. Bell, 12 Old State 
Wm. Aspinwall, A. F. Butter- 
worth, B. H. Currier, Edward 
Fiske, Geo. S. Hale, D. P. Kim- 
ball 

UTAH, 
S. A. B. Abbott, Charles B. F. 
Adams, Albert W. Adams, Au- 
gell& Jennison [House 

Jas. B. Bell, 12 Old State 

VERMONT, 
S. A. B. Abbott, Charles B. F. 
Adams, Albert W. Adams, An- 
gell & Jennison [House 

aas. B. Bell, 12 Old State 
Sumner Albee, S. B. Allen, Ivers 
J. Austin, H. J. Boardman, A. 
R. Brown, Robert 1. Burbank, 
J. H. Butler, A. 8. Coffin, Benj. 
H. Currier, Samuel S. Curtis, 
Alfred B. Ely, W. A. Field, Geo. 
S. Hale. S. W. Hathaway, Fran- 
cis B. Hayes, Wm. Hubbs, jr., 
Edward F. Hodges, Josiah W. 
Hubbard, Henry C. llutchins, 
Harvey Jewell, James M. Keitn, 

D. P. Kimball, Lyman Mason, 
Nathan Morse, Benj. Pond, Otis 
G. Randall, A. A. Ranney, A. 

E. Scott, Daniel Sharp, H. W. 
Suter, D. M. B. Thaxter, J. W. 
Thornton, T. L. Wakefield, H. 
Wellington 

VIRGINIA, 
S. A. B. Abbott, Charles B. F. 
Adams. Albert W. Adams, An- 
gell & Jennison [House 

aas. B. Bell, 12 Old State 
E. C. Baker, J. iM. Churchill, B. 
H. Currier, Samuel S. Curtis, 
Geo. S. Hale, W. Hobbs, jr., A. 
Jackson, E. B. Otis, Otis G. 
Randall 



WASHINGTON TERRITORY, 
S. A. B. Abbott. Charles B. E. 
Adams, Albert W. Adams, An- 

Sell & Jennison [House 

las. B. Bell, 12 Old State 
Oliver Stevens, B. H. Currier 

WEST VIRGINIA, 
S. A. B. Abbot, Charles B. F. 
Adams, Albert W. Adams, Ah- 
gell & Jennison [House 

aas. B. Bell, 12 Old State 

WISCONSIN, 
S. A. B. Abbott, Charles B. F. 
Adams, Albert W. Adams, An- 
gell & Jennison [House 

aas. B. Bell, 12 Old State 
B. H. Currier, Samuel S. Curtis, 
Robt. Codman, D. P. Kimball, 
Benjamin Pond, A. E. Scott, 
J. Wingate Thornton, Wm. H. 
Towne, John M. Way, Ambrose 
Wellington, Daniel Sharp 

WYOMING TERRITORY, 
S. A. B. Abbott. Charles B. F. 
Adams, Albert W. Adams, An- 
gell & Jennison I House 

aas. B. Bell, 12 Old State 

Comnilsslouers, (XJ. S.) 
(See Index.) 

Commission Merchants. 

Abbot Geo. W. & Co. 21 Central 

wharf 
Adams C. W. & Co. 7 Doane 
Adams & Taylor. 115 Broad (for'n) 
Aiken 11. M. 103 Devonshire 
Aldeu & Edmands, 2-'< India 
Allen Daniel & Co. 149 Blackst'n 
Allen S. G. 118 Milk 
Allen S. M. 23 Congress 
Amory Chas., jr. SJ Milk 
Andrews Chas. L. 1 Central whf. 
Archibald G. F. 3(i Kilby 
Atkins Elisha & Co. 97 State 
Atwood E. H. U.^ Commercial 
Austin Joseph, 57 Fulton 
Avery H. N. 40 N. Market 
Ayer & Farwell, 2 Commerce 
Babcock John B. 10 and 16 Arch 
Bailey A. H. & Co. 12 N. Market 
Bailey, Jenkins, & Garrison, 1B4 

Congress 
Baker & Morrill, 13 Commercial 
Baldwin Wm. H. 3 Commerce 
Banchor John F. & Co. IIW Broad 
Bardwell, Castle, & Co. 46 Chauncy 

BARKER BROS. & GARDNER, 
44 Kilby 
Barnard G. M. & Co. 39 State 
Barr George L.127 Broad 
Barrett Edwin S. 96 Milk 
Bartlett C. L. & Co. 10 Bioad 
Bartlett J.R. 127 State 
Bayley J. R. 18 South Market 
Bayley, Rollins, & Co. 45 Kilby 
Boaman Bros. 2-30 State 
Belknap L. & Co. Vi Clinton 
Benner E. & Co. 1 Com'l wharf 
Bettelev A. C. 42 Kilby 
Bird, Perkins, & Job, 39 India whf. 
Blake John S. & Co. 19 Central 

wharf 
Boggs C. D. & Co. 166 Broad 
Borges M. de F. H. Ill Com'l 
Bowdlear, Hurter, & Co. Ill) Milk 
Boyle J. O. & Co. 21 India wharf 
Boynton N. & Co. 87 and 89 Com' 
Boynton W. II. & Co. 7 Central 
Brackett Jeffrey B. 32 Devonshire 
Bragelman & Marshall, 29 Avon 
Brainerd H. H. 89 Franklin 
Bray T. C. 21 Central wf. Uiquors) 
Biidge J. P. 2 Post building 
Briggs James W. 23 Central (oil) 
Brigliam Edward A. 1.5 Devon. 
Brigham J. B. & Co. 40 Central 
Brockway C. G. 109 Com'l 
Brockway C. J. 5 Chatham row 
IJ ROOKS H. C. & CO. 67 Com- 
^ mercial 

ROWN & HAYES, 121 & 123 
Broad 
Burgi ss Benj. & Sons,5 Merchants 

Exchange 
DUSH GEO. H. & C0.7 Battery- 
■^ march 

Bush & Com stock. 19 Doane 
Butman F. C.38 Central 
Byrnes W. B. 233 State 
Cabot, Bowles, & Co. 15 Kilby 
Cargill J. 14 Commercial 
Carleton F. P. lO'i Summer 
Carleton G. 62 Kilby 
Carruth & Sweetser.S.I Broad 
Carter O. & Co. 53 Chatham 
Chapin Eugene, 7.i iSumroer 
Chandler W. T. & G. J. 20 City wf. 
Chenery & Co. 196 State 



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nUESSMAN W. H., 9 Central 

Child Dudley R. 31 Devonshire 
Clark Sumiifl, 87 Commercial 
Clark & Woodward, L"J4 Broad 
Cobb Satmiel C. 3 Merchanta row 
Coffin N. K. & Co. M City wharf 

COLI.AMOREH. L. & CO., 113 
Court 
Conant B. W.6.5 Kilby (drugs) 
Connnt E. S. * Co. State, comer 

Atlantic avenue 
Conant M. .T. & Co. 12 F. H. sq. 
Cotton & Halev, lis State 
Crocker M & Co. 9 India 
Crockett Brothers, 8 Central wharf 
Crosby Matthew, jr.. 92 State 
Cuniinins T. K. & Co. .32 Devon. 
Curtis N. .t N. W. 1.30 State 
Cushiiif;, Porter, & Cades. 1«1 Milk 
Cushiiip, Young, & Co. 56 Sum'r 
Cutler J E. 98 Commercial 
Cutler, McLean, St Co. 214 State 
Cutter C. 1-. & Co. 28 S. Market 
Dniand Bros. 97 State 
Dana Bros. 1 Central wharf 
Darlin? C. B & Son, 129 State 
Davis Adolnhus, 16 Central wharf 
Davis W. 11. 1)7 Broad 
Decost^r, Plumer, & Co. 46 North 

Market 
Delano & Dinsmore, 1 Faneuil 

Hall Mii.ket 
Delong & Saman, 5 Central wf. 
Dennie .lames, l'26 State 
Denny, Rice, & Co. 49 Franklin 

(woiii; 
Deslion Jar,ies. I.i6 State 
T)EWSO\, WILLIAMS, & CO. 
•^ 216 Congress 
Dickson John. 1.50 State (liquors) 
Dimiek & Russell, 45 Commercial 

wharf 
Drake Geo. B. & Co. 15 India whf. 
Drury Otis, Gray's wharf 
Dunbar E. F. .34 Central 
Dupee ,lohn. .Si) Franklin 
Dyer E. C. I.W Devonshire 
J)YER S. N. Jr. 17 Central whf. 

Eaton. Cumines, & Co. 26 Central 
gDMOND J."& CO. 394 Federal 

Everett R. B. & Co. 54 Milk 
Fatier & Pullen. 46 Commercial 
Farlow John S. & Co. 38 India 
Farwell A. G. & Co. 1 Pemberton 

square 
Faxo[i Isaiah & Son. 56 Sum'r 
PEARING JAMES H. .iO School 
room 6 (manuf. pen'l agency) 
Fearing Lincoln. 164 State 
Fenno, Abbott, & Co. 1.32 Federal 
Ferris John. 10 North Market 
Fisher & Co. 23 Central wharf 
Fifher & Fairbanks. 45 N. Market 
Flaps J. P. & Co. 811 Milk (wool) 
Flint Thos. & Co. 29 Federal 
Foley Henrv W. 222 State 
Folsom J. R. 2 Bath 
Forrest W. B. 228 Broad 
Foster, Candler, & Co. 3 Merchanta 

row 
Foster, Swazey, & Co. 15 Doane 
Fowle & Carroll, 31 India wharf 
Fowler M. Field & Co. 144 State 
Foy Fred B. (i Clinton 
Frazar A. A. 128 State 
Frost Henrv & Co. 80 Summer 
Fuchs A. R. ft! Milk 
Furber Edward H. & Co. 126 Pearl 
Gardner E. 2 Bath 
Gayle & Co. 51 Commercial 
Gill & Lootz, 6 Central wf. 
Glidden & Williams, 114 State 
Goodwin, Locke, & Co. 217 State 
10KELY G. U. 15 Doane 



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Gorman Wm. 118 Broad 
Goss Abiel. 2.'i.i State 
/iRAV GEORGE H. & DAN- 
^ FORIII, 4S India 
Greelev Wm. H. & Co. 27 Doane 
Griswold, Whitney, & Co. 37 Mer- 
chants row 
Hall Edwin H. 40 Congress 
Hall Jtt-ob, 93 Water 
Hall John G. & Co. 64 Chatham 
Hall, Myrick, & Co. 214 State 
JJALL S. W. 38 Fulton 

Hall & Macomber, 41 State 
Uallowill & Coburn, 98 Federal 

(wool) 
Hani(x:k S. 35 Broad 
Uurdinp N. L. 1 Central whf. (tiles) 
Hardy Alpheus & Co. 181 State 
UAkKINGlON A. J. ccUar 7 
^-^ N. f. II. Market 
Harris T. B. 22 North Market 
Harts. Rowland. 31 Exchange 
Haseltine J. E. 110 Water 



Haseltine W.B.& Co.l3 Foster's wf. 
Haskell T. II. 1.30 State 
Haskins Wm. St Son, 21 Kilby 
Ilnskins & Montague, 170 Broad 
IJATCHI.A.&CO. 18 Kingston 

Hawes Wm. :')00 Com'l (lumber) 
Heath Ausustus H. 98 Devonshire 
Ileathfield T. D. 40 Com. wharf 
Henry S. <i. & Co. M Pearl 
Hersey & Mason, 3 Commercial 
Hicks John J. I'i Central wharf 
Hill & Bushn'Ol. 2(i Central 
UlLTON. BROS. & CO. 3 F. H. 
■^-^ Market, cellar (produce) 
TJINCKLEY E. R. & CO. 4 

Liberty square 
Hodsdon B. P. & Co. 11 N. Market 
Holden Geo. H. 140 Commercial 
Holland John. 28 N. Market 
Holmes, Bates, & Nichols, 62 Broad 
Hood, Swift, & Co. 12 India 
Hovey. Mead & Co. 71 North & 25 

North Market 
Howard B.'s Sons, 19 Doane 
Howard Bros. & Co. 56 Chatham 

(flour) 
Howe F. 7 Doane 
Howe Wra. G. 2 Change avenue 
Howes. Scuddcr, & Crocker, 28 & 

.30 City wharf 
Howes & Cr.:)well. 45 Kilby 
Uowlctt Geo. C. 25 Central wharf 
l-TOXIE T. W. &CO. 38 Long 
-*"-*■ wharf 

Hughes & Co. 21 Lewis wharf 
TqUNT E. W. & CO. 22 Kinga- 
-'■■'- ton (see pase 700) 
Hunt H. W. & Co 16 Central wf. 
Hyson C. & Co. 122 Commercial 
Ingrahnm David H. 75 State 
Jenkins* Co. 119 Milk 
.lenney Stephen. 46 India (oils) 
Johnson V. J. 44.i Summer 
Jones T. J. & Co.' 218 Broad (fish & 

oil) 
Joy & Gibson. 81 Milk 
Kaan George. 13 Central wharf 
Kemble Edmund. 142 Pearl 
Kemble & IIastings,27 Commercial 
Kendall C. C. 40 Fulton 
Kendall H. A. 40 Fulton 
Kent William H. & Co. 144 State 

(lumber) 
Keyes Amos & Co. 20 Clinton 
Kibbe, Chaffee, Shreve, & Co. 22 

Chauncy 
Kidder Frederic. 19 Doane 
Kilham A. D. & Co. 5 No. Market 
Kimball & Bates, 65 Commercial 
Kingsley C. W. 13 Kilby 
Kinsman Wm. H. & Co. 209 State 
Knight J. & Co. 31 Exchange 

(lumber) 
Laforme A. B. 22'i Slate 
Lamb Salem T. 23 Central 
Lane Chas. & Co. ll.i Federal 
Lang & Delano, 58 India whf. 
T ANZA CARLOS, 121 Washing- 
■'-' ton (see page 669) 
Lawrence C. H. & Co. 160 State 
Lawrence Daniel W. 127 Broad 
Leland Chas. M. 5 Arch 
Leoboldti & Mayer, 4ii Chauncy 
r EOXARD, SON, & CO. 4 Lib- 
■'-' erty sqare (oils) 
Lewis A. S. & W. G. & Co. 17 

Rowes wharf 
Lewis F. H. 5 Temple place 
Lewis & Hall, 9 Merchants row 
Lincoln J. M. & Son. 2204 State 
Linder & Meyer, 118 Milk 
I/inneman C. A. 28 Chauncy 
T OMBARD & CO. 13 Lewis whf. 
-'-' cor. Atlantic ave. (see p. 690) 
Lord Geo. C. & Co. 24 Merchants 

LORINcf ABBOTT, 108 High 

Loring & Co. 103 State 
Luring & Shute. 26 Broad 
Lothrop S. F. & Co. 21 Arch 
Lovejoy & Cooper, 112 Washing'n 
Lowry M. & Co. 101 Devonshire 
Lyon"& Vose. 3 Liberty sq. 
Mann N. P. & Co. 204 State 
Manning J. E.. 39 Kilby 
March A. 8. & Co. 65 Milk 
Murean & Co. 105 Summer 
Marshall Caleb S. 3 No. Market 
Marshall F. 11.25 John 
Maxwell E. H. 44 Broad Oiq'8) 
May John E. 67 Commercial whf. 
Mcinnes John. 147 Congress 

MEEHAN WILLIaSI, 9 Cen- 
tral wharf 
MERCIIA.'^JT S. L. & CO. 27 
-■■'-*- Central wharf (see page tiiS) 
Merrow John F. <i Fulton 
MILLER BROS. 127 State 
-'•'^ (lumber) 
Mitchel I & Plumley, 3 No. Market 



Morey & Co. 197 State 
Moulton Geo. S. Sc Co. 96 Summer 
.Mowry W. B. 28 North Market 
Mudgett W. S. 2 Bath 
Mullav John, .59 Court 
Nash, Spaulding, si Co 23 Broad 
Nazro Bros. 5 Cnatham row 
Niizro C. G. 15 DevonsUire 
Nazro Si Co. 9 Commercial 
Neal & Crowninshicld,(i Central 
Nelson H. I Lindall (cigars) 
Newcomb.Tohn J. W) Commercial 
Nichols. Parker. & Dupee, 103 

Federal (wool) 
Nickerson I. M. 109 Commercial 
Norcross W. F. 19 Doeme 
Nourse Benj. F. M Congress 
QDIORNE FRED H. 86 State 

O'Donnell J. 162 Broad 
Osborn J. W. 105 Commercial 
nSBORN A. & CO. 25 Central 
^ whf. 

Otis Wm. C. ion State (liquors) 
Page, French, & Kidder, 51 Com'l 
PAGE, RICHARDSON, & CO. 
••■ 70 Stnte 

Parker M. G. & Co. 14 Central whf. 
Parker S. T. & Co. 59 Causeway 
Paine Wm. R. 36 Broad 
Patch Daniel A. 45 Kilby 
Paul & Hollis, 50 North Market 
pEABODY HENRY W. & CO. 
^ Atlantic av. and 41 India whf. 
Pearson & Co. 2:K State and 1:jO 

(Central 
Peck A. M. & Co. 116 Water, and 

2 Cooks pi. (liquors) 
Percival Charles. 77 Summer 
Perkins H. R. 5 Chatham row 
Perry & Stanton, 14S Commercial 
Perrv Wm. S. 19 Central 
Peters E. D.& Co. 12 Central whf. 
pUINNEY & WATSON, 171 

Tremont 
Pitcher, Flitner, & Co. 2ii0 Com'l 
Plumer & Co. 173 State 
Pollard S. S. & Co. 7 Central 
Potter & Damon, l;30 State 
Pratt S. B. 38 Summer 
pRAY B. S & CO. 189 Stale 

Preston F. P. 8 North Market 
PRESTON WALTER I. 20 City 

wharf (see page (i65) 
Pilchard & Co. 6 Central 
Priest Clias. C. & Co. 152 Congress 
Priest John L. 14 Central wharf 
Proctor S. 0. 47 Blackstone and 286 

Commercial 
pUTNAM E. & CO. 85 Water (see 
-'• page 661) 

Quincy Thos. D. & Co. 40 Com'l 
Raeder Henry & Co. 225 State 
Rait James, l64 Federal 
Rea Wm. A. .36 Kilby 
REED & BOWEN, 3(5 Kilby 
J^ [376 Albany 

Reynolds W. B. & Co. 201 State and 
Rice M. T. & Co. .30 Kilbv 
Rice & Davis. 5 Central wharf 
Rich Shebnah & Co. .■>! Long whf. 
Richard. Adams, & Co. 235 State 
Richardson B. H. 44 Kilby 
piCllARDSON GEO. C. & CO. 
^^ 96 Devonshire 

RICHMOND C. C. & CO. 26 
Central whf. 
Robinson Thos. H., Battery whf. 
Robinson & Co. 147 .Milk 
Rodocanachi J. M. & Co. 17 Cen- 
tral wharf 
Rogers Gorham.lK) Federal 
Rogers John P. & Co. 217 Federal 
^OSS, PEARCE, 4 CO. 60 Milk 

Runlett Taylor, 119 Broad 
Ryder & Hardy, 65 Commercial 
Sawyer, Hollis, & Co. ^l North 

Market (produce & provisions) 
Saxton & Carr. 28 Chauncy 
Schnitzer Jacob. .33 Central whf. 
UEARS J. HENRY & CO. 92 

tiECOMB, KEIIEW, & THAY- 

'-' ER, 39 and 40 India 
Shumachcr J. & C >. 19 Doane 
Scudder, Bartlett. & Co. 81 Com'l 
Scudder Harvey & Co. 174 State 
Scudder Horace & Co. 123 Com'l 
Seaver Jacob W. Si Co. 44 Kilby 
Seaverns A. 120 Milk 
Shaw James M. 97 State 
Shaw & Rogers. 119 Milk 
Shelton P. S. & Co. 4 Central whf. 
Siders Chas. & Co. 119 Commer'l 
SidersJohn B. 119 Com'l 
Silva, Archer, St. Co. 233 State 
Simpson W. L. & Co. 18 Clinton 
Small & Appleton, 90 Water 
CMITH CHARLES & CO. 7 
*^ Central wharf (see page 696) 



r*QC "Pivkoe Altered and Tl/r^f^^e, connected at short notice, O^Q Washlnaf 
VTdS It ipeS l&e|>aU-ed, JUeberS K. UOI..r.IK«8 <& CO., 00«7 ton St. 



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Commission Merchants— continv^d. 
Snelling S. G. 82 Jlilk 
Snow & Co. 32 North Market 
Soper R. & Co. .'iG Fulton 
Southard, Hnflson, & Co. 52 Com. 
gOUTHWICK P. R. 162 Pearl 

Sparhawk D. H. 87 Milk 
Spra^ue. Soule, & Co. 70 Long wf. 

and 15 Devonshire 
Stanwooil Jacob k Co. 10 N. Market 
Stearns C. J. iHHieh 
Steere John W. 9, Commerce 
Stetson Stillinon W. f!4 Chauncy 
Stodder Charles, <i« Milk 
Stoddard. Loverin", k Co. 4Milk 
Stone C. II. lai Federal (hard- 
ware) 
Stone, Denny. & Co. 20 So. Market 
Stone J. W. 19 Commercial 
Stone, Hall. & Co. ??A Wash. 
Stone Sawyer S. 1 Milton pi. 
Storer Robt. B. & Co. 49 India whf. 
Storrow & Van Brunt, 40 Con- 

cress 
Stowe G. D. 145 Summer 
Sturtevont J. I). 130 State 
Surette I.ouis A. (!.' Com'l 
Sutro Theo. 28 Winter 
Swasev, Ellis, & Co. 99 State 
SwettA. 0.81 Hanover 
Tappan J. II. A. & Co. 87 Milk 
Taylor Geo. W. 115 Broad 
Terry B. F. 145 Summer 
Thaeher H. C. & Co. fi9 Kilhy 
Thayer, Brieham. » Co. 32 India 
J haver C. R. 41Kilhv 
Thaver & I,inooln, 13 Comm'l 
Thomas John N. (!9 Kilby 
"piIOMPSON E. & CO. 32 Broad 

Thompson H. W. 333 Broadway 
Thwing S. C. & Co. 77 State 
Tileston E. G. & Co. 17 Sears 

building 
Tilton Stephen &• Co. 10 Central wf. 
Torrev E. E. & Co. 127 Com'l 
Town'send T. W. 118 Milk 
Townsenil & Co. .30 Central 
Tucker H. F. 13 Doare 
Turner John B. 44 Kilby 
Turner. Prescotf, & Co. 21 Chauncy 
Tuttle J. W. Si Sons, 18 Clinton 
Tyson Marshall, 95 Devonshire 
Van Horn G.W. .34 Merchants row 
Van Prana & Co. UiO State 
Vanghan Benjnmin, 42 India 
Vila Jas. & Co 51 Federal (wool) 
Vinal Qiiincv A. 174 State 
Vose Thomas B. 210 State 
■Wndsworth <;eo W. 19 IJndoll 
"TO^ALDO J. ADAN, 13 Liberty 

'' square (see front col. page) 
Walker E. H. & Co. 10 Merchants 

Ware, Richardson, & Co. 11 and 21 

Commercifll 
Warner B, F. 5 Central wf. 
Welch & West, .50 Commercial 
Weld Aaron D.'s. Sons, 193 State 
Weissbein Adolph, . 50 Chauncy 
Wells & Wilbur, 11 Federal 
Wheeler J. P.Jr. 174 State 
Wheelock F. F. & Co. 72 Federal 
A\ heelwripht E. 57 Fulton 
Whitmore(\0.*Son8,l Cent'l wf. 
Whitnev S: Sampson, 70 Long wf. 
Whittemore W. & F. H. 32 Broad 
Wildes A. H. .57 Fulton 
Williams H. B. 5 Chatham row 
■ Williams & Hall, 39 Kilby 
Williams Horace P. & Co. 16 Arch 
Wilson John L. 17 Rowe's wharf 
Winsor Alfred & Son, 70 Long wf. 
Winsor Nathaniel & Co. 127 State 
Wise & Russell, 213 State 
Wood H. T. & Co. 220 State 
Woodward, Brown, & Co. 27 So. 

Market 

Composition ISoUers. 
Greene George A. 21 School 

Comitoiind for Horses 
and <'attle. 

MATHEWS D. P. 156 Commer- 
-"•*• cial 

ConcIiolOKlst. 

BREWSTER CHARLES G. 
486 Wash. 

Condensed Atllb. 

Lewis W. K & Brothers, 93 Broad 
Horton & Co. 28 West 
Confectioners. (Manvfs.) 
Bradshaw Albert, 12 Hnwley 
Cann George J. & Co. 65 Haverhill 
riHASE & CU. 110 Congress (loz- 
^ enges, see page 693) 
Clement Wm. B., Diamond blk., 
Neponset ave., ward 16 



QOLCORD WM. H. 4 Blossom 

PERA GEO. .343 Washington 
■*- (see page 692') 
PIOBES, HAYWARD, & CO. 
-*- 95 and 98 Sudbury, (whole- 
sale, see page 691) 
Frost Frederick W. 1877 Wash. 
Goward W. F. 15 Merchant's row 

(chocolate) 
Graves F. D. 605 Dorchester ave. 
Hill J. B., Minot, n. Neponset ave. 
Murdoch Wm. C. 15 Marshall 
JESSOPJ. II. 10 Tremont 

MARJORAM J. W. W. 65 Ha- 
verhill (see page 64.3) 
TVfONTGOMERY & CO. 423 
•'-'■^ Washington 
Price Henry, Minot, n. Neponset 

ave.. ward 16 
gCHRAFFTW. F. 11 Elm 

CIMMONS DAVID B. 641 Tre- 

^ mont 

CHNETZER & ABEN- 

•^ DROTH. II Charlestown 

OOIITHMAYD & CO. Tremont, 

^ corner Bromtieirt 

gTAHL WILLIAM F. .37 Essex 

AATRIGHTA MOODY, 18 Com- 
* ^ hill 

Confectioners. 

Abraham Ferd. 11R8 Wash. 
Averill O. H. 721 Wnshington 
Belcher T. J. 284 Washington 
Bcllbouse Margaret, .307 Tremont 
Blunt H. 715 Tremont 
Bradshaw Wm. G. 1617 Wash. 
Casey Thomas. 76 Albany 
Caswell Geo. W. Mrs. .55 Phillips 
pOLCORD W. II. 4 Blossom 

Copelond A. F. 208 Wash. 
(Tlopeland C. 4 Tremont row [Park 
Copeland Daniel T. , Tremont, opp. 
Crawley W. H. 5 Meridian 
Dickey R C. 246 Hnnover 
Pooling James. 1247 & 1249 Wash. 
PERA GEORGE. .343 Washing- 
■"■ ton (see page 6!I2) 
Fcssenden J. R. 4.57 Broadway 
Fifield M. B. Mrs. 263 Dudley 
rPOBES, HAYWARD, & CO. 96 
■■■ and 98 Sudbury (wholesale, 

see page 69) ) 
French G. L. 1575 Washington 
Frost Fred. W. 1877 Wash. 
Gunther Otto, 2.38 Hanover 
Havward J. S. 1102 Washington 
Hellge Chas. F. .523 Washington 
Hill Jonathan Mrs. 104 Uorch. 
Hill S. S. 722 Washington 
James Thos. H. 1842 Wash. 
Jenkins I. N. 113 Doich'Ster 
JESSOPJ. H. 10 Tremont 

T ANE&WITHERELL,1 and 5 
^ Henrv, E.B. (see page 677) 
Lincoln TM. 21 Essex 
Littig Mary. .517 Tremont 
Marden E. W. 143 Shawmut ave. 
May G. R. 102 Court 
Mayer Philip, 127 Endicott 
lyrONTGOMERY & CO. 423 
■"-'^ Washington 
Moore Richard, 211 Broadway 
Morrison & Lincoln, 7S Salem 
Morrell John, 254 Tremont 
Murdoch John. 16 Green 
Murdoch William C. 15 Marshall 
Nelson J. H. 772 Tremont 
Nichols John, .316 Broadway 
Nickerson Joseph T., foot of 

Broadway 
Pepper J. W. 1.54 Hanover 
Perkins A. S. 216 Tremont and 41 

La Grange 
Pcttingell James J. 142 Eliot 
Pfaft' Henrv, 37 Union 
Ransom Wm. R. 9ilj Harrison av. 
Richardson Francis A. 98 Tre- 
mont 
Roberts J. A. 3.51 Broadway 
Roberts J. W. 685 Wash. 
SawtcU Isaac B. 17s7 Washington 
gCHRAFFT WM. F. 11 Elm 

Seiberlich L. .37 X^nion 

Silsby B.F. 94 Court 

Slocum Isaac E. 251 Harrison ave. 

COUTHMAYD & CO., Tremont 

'■^ cor. BromHeld 

OTAHLWiM. F. 37 Essex 

Stark James Mrs. 120 Dudley 
Taylor John N. 580 Washington 
Tierny Nora, 5 Shawmut ave. 
Treadwell John J., Ferry house, 
Lewis St. E.B. 



Tnfts Wm. 7.37 We shington 
Veazie W. F., Warren bridge 
Wachter H. rear 203 Cambridge 
Wall Lawrie M. 44 Fifth 
Wallace .M. Mrs. 1102 Tremont 
Weber Frederic B. 25 Temple pi. 
Webster Albert, 235 Washington 
Wells Benj. F. 173 Court 
West Wm. & Co. 7 Hanover 
Wheeler James B. .545 Wash. 
Whiteside H. 775 Washinston 
Wilkshire Charlotte Mrs. C5« 
Washington 

WRIGHT & MOODY, whole- 
sale, 18 CornhiU 
Zander John, 1455 Washington 

Consuls. 

Areentine Republic, David D. 
Stackpole, 48 State 

Austrian Consul, J. Henry Go»- 
sler, jr. 80 State 

Bavarian Consul, John Schuma- 
cher, 19 Doane 

Belgian Consul, H. W. Warren, 
6 Central whaif 

Brazilian Vice-Consul, M.de F. H. 
Borges, 111 Commercial 

British Consul, C. A. Henderson, 
127 State 

Danish Vice-Consul, E. C. Ham- 
mer, G. Lootz (acting), 6 Central 
wharf 

French Consul, C. Rameau 23 
Devonshire, room 72 

Greek Consul, J. M.Rodocanachi, 
17 Central wharf 

Haytian Consul, Benj. C. Clark, 4 
(Jentral wharf 

Italian Vice Consul, Gustavus M. 
Finotti, 17 Broad 

Mexican Vice-Consul, C. L. Bart- 
lett, 16 Brood 

Netherlands Consul, G. Lootz, 6 
Central wharf 

Nicaragua, Jorge Oyarzabul, 103 
State 

North German Confederation Con- 
sul, J. Henry Gossler, jr. 80 State 

Portugese Vice-Consul, M. de F. 
II. Borges, 111 Commercial 

Russian Vice-Con>ul, W. Brandt 
Storer, 49 India wharf 

Spanish Consul, G. Armstrong, 22 
Congress 

Spanish Vice Consul, Soto Lorens 
de Igmtio, 22 Congress 

Swedish and Norwegian Vice- 
Consul, G. Lootz, 6 Central whf. 

Turkish Consul, General Joseph 
lasigi, 36 Central wharf 

Uruguay Vice-Consul, Charles 
Soule, 15 Devonshire 

Contractors for Build's:. 

(See also Carpenters and Builders) 

Adams Edwin, 22 State 
Adams William, 41 Dover 
A LEXANDER & WELDON, 5 
•^^ Jackson place 
Bean H. P. 307 Shawmut avenue 
Cox T. W. & J. H. 4 Cox building 
Cram Daniel, house 11 Chelsea, 
E.B. 

DACEY JOHN B. & CO., Minot, 
ward 16 (Railroad, &c.) 
Damon Henry, 79 W. Dedham 
£)0WN1NG O. H. 132 Federal 

DRAKE THOMAS E. 123 West 

-^ Brookline 

■PLDER GEO. G. & SON, 401 

■'-' Albany 

Fitch Jonas, 383 Federal 

Fuller L. L. 11 Pemberton square 

Gibson G. M. 81 Washington 

Harmon I. & H. M. 149 A Trem'u 

TTAYES MARTIN, 3 Berkc- 

ley (see page 646) 
T AMINO & DRISKO, Swett. 
■^ near Reed 
Lynch John, 4 Everett 
Marsh Robt. 1:35 Salem 

McKAY D. H., Dorch. ave. n. 
Mt. Vernon, and 75 Summer 
Nawn Owen, Wash., cor. Nawn 
Pope Frederick, 81 Washington 
Rollins Charlts, 89 Washington 
Stevens William A. 102 Marion, 

E. B. 
QTEWART WM. H. 399 Albany 

Wadleigh Dexter E. 13 Dexter 
Wheeler W. J. & E. P. 22 Stote 
WOODBERRY CHAS. & SON. 
' 23 Congress 



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155 



Contractors for Public 
Works. 

Evans WilliiiMi. 4S Winter 
Evnns Wrn.J. R. AH Winter 
Onlliean P.. First, near K. R. 
JACKSON WM. H. & CO. 33 
" Seliool, room O 
Munaon N. C. 1-' Studio build. 
Rice Geo. D. .'i't School, room G 
Rowe S. S., .\loiiny, corner East 
Canton, and .'ill Suliool, room 5 

S.MITII SIMEON li. 5<J Brom- 
fleld 
gOUTIIER J. & CO., foot of A 

Contractor for Stone. 

Dolan Tlioniiis, 113 Hiimpden 
ConveyiMicers. 

Abramii L. II. & Co. Ki Wash. 

BARNES & CARTER, 51 Water 
and 37 Conjress 
Berry Morrill P. 1.S.S7 Wash. 
Crocker G. G. 14 Peinberton sq. 
Crocker U. H. 14 Pemberton sii. 
Dary Ge >. A. 4(! Washington 
Dnri-'in Mark H. W Court 
Fuller B. A. G. 'VJ Pemberton sq. 
Kern & Fitch, 2 Court square 
Stark .John U., Eighth, near L.and 

»i Kilhv 
Stevens fi. B. & Daughter, 5 Pem- 
berton square 
Thompson Wm. V. W Court 
Vinton Alfred C. 27 Court 
iVADSWORTH ALEX. F. 9 
*" R. R. Exchange 
Wellington Ambrose, 80 Wash. 
Wright A. B. 12 Old State House 

Cooking Apparatus. 

WHITELEY E. 5y&61 Charles- 
town 

Coopers. 

Abbott Ben.iatnin, 22 Medford 
Armstrong Samuel, 5 Com'l whf. 
Beck L. & Son, Boston wharf 
Carlton John K., Carlton's wharf 
Gate Samuel, opp. 7 Central whf. 
Close Emory, l,S7i Broad 
Connolly & Co. 4U Central 
Cook Henrv, .S Murray ct. E.B. 
Crowley James K. 1 Chatham 
Cullen James, :M Tudor 
Daniels Wm. 142 Harrison ave. 
Davis & Stevens, 396 Charles 
Donegan G. o. 20.". First 
Duffy Bernard, Maver'k.n. Cottage 
PATON J. B. ."iOOand 340 Com- 
■^ mercial 

Gardner George Q. 1(13 Sumner 
Goddard E. W. 27 Richmond 
Gruber A. D. 2-'i<i Commercial 
Herzig Felix, 12 Wharf 
XTILL & WRIGHT, 145 and 157 
■*-*- Sumner, E. B. 
Hinckley F. lOU Commercial 
Hopkins James, First, cor. B 
Hussey J. & Co. 244 Commercial 
Kelley E. A. 36 llawley 
Kenney Ihos. I.IO Orleans, E. B. 
Knrrus II. .Granite, cor. Richards 
Lunt & Swett, lil North Centre 
Lynch & Barry, i:» Milk 
Morse A. P. & Co., First, cor. B 
Nickles James M. 21 Eastern ave. 
Ober John P. 32.3 Commercial 
O'Brien William & Co. 244 Com'l 
Patten Win. V. & Co. MH Causeway 
Pitman Joshua, 25 Ferry 
Sanger Z. 17 Custom House street 
Sawyer II. A. 200 Commercial 
Swett H. I. .jr. 1,S North Centre 
Tower William, 310 Commercial 
Vannevar Alexander, 206 Stale 
Verse J. A. 12 Wharf 
Verge T. K 253 Broad 
Wholley John. 76 Broad 
Wiggin T. B. S: Co. 3 Bussey pi. 

Cooperate Stock. 

EUery II. 4i; India 

TII1'I>& WRIGHT, 143 and 157 

^^ Sumner, E. B. 

Lang & Delano, 3.S India whaif 

.Mills James L. & Sons, 160 State 

Copper and Brass 
Founders. 

CiODY EDWARD, 33 Hawkins 

^ (see i>ij:e675j 

/1 ROWLEY J., Albany, corner 

^ Curve 

IngolsJ. P. &Co. 113 A 

Copper <&: Iron Pumps. 

Vf .\Y & CO. I Broad (see inside 
^ back cover) 

Copper Uottoms. 

pOSTER & ROB Y, 178 and 180 
Commercial 



Copperplate Printer. 

I^UFFORD JOHN H. 490 Wash- 
-^ ington 

Copper Dealers. 

POSTER & ROBY, 178 and 180 
■^ Commercial 

TVf AY & CO.agents for New Bed- 
-'■'^ ford Copper Co. 1 Broad (see 

inside hack cover) 
VTEW BEDFORD COPPER 
■"-^ CO., J. C. Rogers & Co.. agts., 

.30 Central (see pa«e 75.'i) 
Revere Copper Co., J. Davis treas. 

47 Kilby 
Taunton Copper Co., Crocker 

Bros. & Co. agents, 11 Broad 

Copper rainlnK Compa- 
nies, Having Offices in Hoston. 

Adams Mining Co , L. F. Burr, 
treas. 31 Kilhv 

AUouez Mining Co., J. S. Bige- 
low, treas., 22 Devon, room 60 

Calumet & Hecla Mining Co., 
Chas. W. Seabury, treasurer, 114 
State „ 

Copper Falls Mining Co. H. W. 
Nelson, treas. 22 Devonshire, 
room 60 

Dana Mining Co., H. W. Nelson, 
treas. 22 Devonshire, room (JO 

Franklin Mining Com. Charles 
Einerv, treas. 02 Congress 

Hancoc'k Mining Co.. J no. Brooks, 
treas. 10 PhoBiiix bldg. 10 Dev- 
onshire 

Hanover Mining Co., H. W. Nel- 
son, treas. 22 Devonshire, r'm 60 

Humboldt Copper Co., H. W. 
Nelson, treas. 22 Devonshire, 
room GO 

Hungarian Copper Co., F. Beck, 
treas. 13 Devonshire 

Madison .Mining Co., F. Beck, 
treas. 15 Devonshire 

Mesnard Mining Co., L. F. Burr, 
treas. 31 Kilby 

Native Mining Co., John Brooks, 
treas. 10 Phoenix build. 10 Dev- 
onshire 

Petherick Mining Co., 22 Devon- 
shire, room 60 

Pewabic Mining Co., C. Emery, 
treas. 62 Congress 

Phoenix Copper Co., W. E. Coffin, 
treas. 8 Oliver 

Pittsburgh and Boston Mining Co. 
L. F. Burr, transfer agent, 31 
Kilby 

South Pewabic Copper Mining 
Co., L. F. Burr, treas. 31 Kilby 

Sooth Side Mining Co., H. W. 
Nelson, treas. 22 Dev'shire.r'm 60 

Winthrop Mining Co., H. W. Nel- 
son, treas. 22 Devon, room 60 

Copper Rivets <fc Burs. 

rrOLMES, BOOTH, & HAY- 

^'- DEN, 17 Federal 

I^HE PLUME & ATWOOD 

-■■ MANUF. CO., 13 Federal 

Copper and Steel Plate 
Maker. 

Gulcher P. G. 15 Morton place 

Coppersmiths. 

Allen Phineas I). & Co. 1747 Wash. 
A LLEN SA.MUEL H. 39 Haver- 
-^ hill (see page 704) 
UEAL, KENDALL, & CO. 67 
-'-^ Merrimac 
Bekkenhuis Sc Essman, 1 Castle, 

lor. Harrison avenue 
Davis & llallberg, 367 Com'l 
nUDLEYB. F. 28 Harvard 

Fisher & McGrath, 12 Garden-ct. 

street 
Gay C. M. 55 Warren 

IICK9 & BADGER, 65 Pitts 
(see page 672) 
Hunneman & Co. 26 Union 
r ORING A. B. & S. H. 136 Har- 

^^ npnn nvormp 

Puffer aTd. 48 Portland 
Strater H. & Sons. 78 Sudbury 
Stuart Wm. J. & Co. 92 Second 
Tayl.ir & Coltnmn, 77 Marginal 
Tompkins Franklin, SOJ Union 
VANNEVAR E. B. & CO. 58 
Fulton 
WATERS WM. & SON, 141 
Sumner, E.B. 
\yHIDDEN St CLINTON, 128 
'^ Harrison ave. (see page 702) 



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H"i 



W^ 



Copyists. 

Kidder R. B. .Miss 3) School 
Smith C. D. Mrs. 48 S.-ars build'g 
Woods F. L. .'B School 

Corals. 

REENLEAF G J. & ANTHO- 
NY, 104 Court (see p. 671) 

Cord Mannraeturers. 

OILVER LAKE CO.. H. W. 
'--' Wellington, treas. 66 Chauncy 

Cordaire. 

Baldwin S. P. m Fe.leral 

Butler. Johnson, Sc Co. li'i Federal 

H INGHAM CORDAGE CO. 
Whiton, Brotner, & Co. 33 

Commercial 
](JEVV BEDFORD CORDAGE 
-'^~ CO. Fearing, Rodman, & 

Swift, 23 and 25 Commercial 

(see page 6'.i8) 
MICKEBSON JOSEPH & CO. 
■^ 93 Commercial 
Pearson Bro & Go. 88 Water 
Plymouth Cordage Co. 45 Kilby 
Scudder, Rogers, & Co. 71 Federal 
Sewall, Day, & Co. 83 Comm'l 

Cork flutters. 

gEECHlNG B. & CO. SO Black- 

IJ OLMES & CO. 109 Blackatone 

McQiiade H. 70 Sudburv 
IVrUNROE & HARRINGTON, 
■••'J- 71 Sudbury 
Stinson M. F. & Co. 4 F.II. square 

Corn Balls and Corn 

Cakes. 

pOLSOM J. F. 15 John 

Godfrey Henry I. .59 Cambridge 
Haskins J. W. & Co. 3 Fulton 

Cornices. 

■DART LETT W. C. & CO. 145 

■^ Tremont 

Hicks James K. 15 Bowker 

Corsets. 

Adams C. M. Mrs. .368 Wash. 
Allen Ezra & Son, '21(5 Wash. 
Baxter I. J. 647 Washington 
Boston Corset & Skirt Co. 167 

Summer (abdominal) 
pLAPP WM. & CO. 55 Temple 
^ place 
Conant Bros. 399 Wash, and 72 

Summer 
Donovan R. Mrs. 14 Oxford 
FoUette L. B. 1127 Washington 
Ford J. G. Mrs. .51 Temple place 
n LAZIER GEO. .M. 81 Summer 

Lovett G. W. & Co. 10 Winter 

GRISWOLD D. C. & CO. 164 
and 166 Devonshire 
MEFF W. J. MRS. 17 Winter 

Palmer, Williams, & Co. 4 Lincoln 
Saunders D. B. & Co. '.16 Summer 

Costumers. 

Atwoon Daniel J. 170 Tremont 
Bricher Wm. 594 Washington 
rjURTlS W. H. MR.S. .iti2 Wash. 

Howard H. R. 4 Corev avenue 
Tuttle Mary B.2 Edgerly place 
Wilson Mary A. Mrs. 61) Chambers 

Cotton Batts. 

T OWELL WADDING AND 

^ PAPER CO., F. M. Spauld- 

ing, agent, 69 Congress 

Cotton Buyers. 

Appleton Thomas, 73 Congress 
Baker J. I. .3ti Kilby 
Brown A. D. 73 C.mercss 
Dexter & Saltonstail, 51 Water 
Dorr E. L. & Co., 46 Water, and 

47 Congress 
Dickson Brenton H. 51 Water 
Kettell, Dudlev.& Co. '22 Coiie. 
Stanwood, Dudley, & Co. 22 Con- 
gress 
Storrow & Van Brunt, 40 Congresa 

Cotton Dealers. 

Bacon F. E.56 State 
Beebe L. 9 .Merchants row 
Bemis & Brown, 16!l iMilk 
Bigelow E. C. .36 Kilby 
T5ISHOPR. 213 Broad 

Bradlee J. & Son, 138 Friend 
Brooks J. N. & Co. (brokers) 55 

Kilby 
Brown Charles H. 93 Water 



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BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



C( tton Dealers— continued. 
Bryant U. P. (broker), 11 Liberty 

square 
BurnhamJ. A. 82 Milk 
ChambiTlain Bros. & Co. 117 Fed'l 
Dabnev Bros, (brokers), 25 Kilby 
Dewey S. W. (broker), B2 Kilby 
Emerson A.& Co. 324 Broad (waste) 
Freeman & Co. (brokers), 50 Kilby 
Gray Gorham & Co., 8 Central 
Gray & Co. (brokers). 2" Kilby 
Gumey & Lougee (brokers), 4 Lib- 
erty square 
Hartshorn E. H. (broker). 93 Water 
Hobhs John, 1 19 .Milk (broker) 
Lawtnn G. & Co. 305 & .30' Broad 
Lincoln J. F. (broker), 44 Kilby 
l/oring & Atkinson, (brokers), G9 

Water 
Manning & Sears, 73 Kilby 
McDavitt Daniel, 88 Water 
g^EMICK T. 3IG and 318 Broad 

Rice & Davis, 5 Central wharf 
Hidings S. (1(5 Milk 
Scott Robeit (-broker), 75 Kilby 
Seaver Geo. (broker), 84 Water 
Scudder, Bartlett, & Co. 81 Com'I. 
Smith B. R. & Co. (« Kilbv (com.) 
U MITH CHARLES & CO. 7 Cen- 
^ Iral wharf (see pnge KMj) 
Sprague, Soule, & Co. 15 Devon'r. 
rpHDMPSON EDWIN & CO., 
■*- 32 Broad 

Tileston J. C. (broker), 75 Kilby 
Torrey J. C. (broker),. 3(1 Kilby 
Walker D. M. k Co. (9 Kilhy 
Walker Fori B. (broker), 79 Kilby 
WelchJ.E. 79 Kilby 
Wellman J. W. (broker), (5.3 Kilby 

Cotton-nin ManuPs. 
T3ATES, HYDE, & CO. 9 State, 
^-' up-stairs 
E. Carver Co., A. Hobart, jr. 40 

State 
pL ATT BROS. & CO. 14 Devon- 
*■ shire, room 14, Samuel Wood, 
agent 

Cottun Wit(8te. 

Adams Brothers, 293 Broad 
ALLEN & CO. 35 Sudbury, 
•^^ room 12 
glSHOP ROBERT, 213 Broad 

Clarke E. A. M. 67 Fed'l (broker) 

fjORBETT A. 0. 13 Batt'yraarch 

^ (see page (542) 

Lawton Geo. & Co. 305 Broad 

■JVTILLER & KIMBALL, 295 

■^'^ Broad 

UREMIC K T. 316 and 318 Broad 

Cotton u.nd Wool 'Vl^'ad- 
<line. 

BACON JOHN H. 1 Union, 
manufaetoiy at Winchester 

Cotton and "Woollen 
JMnchinery. 

pLATT BROS. & CO. 14 Devon- 
shire, room 14, Samuel Wood, 
agent 

Cotton "Varns, and 
Xwlnes. 

nURTlS HIRAM, Comm'l, opp. 
^ Linden, ward 16 

Counsellors. 

(See Lawyers.) 
Conntlng-rooni Furni- 
ture. 

pJUGHES JOHN A. & CO. 151 

^^ Washington 

JJ O S S J. L. 42 Chardon 

UMITH STEPHEN & CO. 51 
'-' CornhiU 

WILLETT, DRAKE, & CO. 49 
and 51 Wareham 
Court Plaster. 
Woodbury & Co. 687J Washington 

Cracker Bakers. 
A USTIN C. F. & CO. 116 Com- 
•^ mercial 
gOND TIMOTHY D. 12 Canal 

■ROSTON WHEAT & BREAD 
-" CO. 1480 Wash. 
"DRAY & HAYES, agents. Peek, 
•" Frean, & Co., London, 145 

Milk 
riLOSE JOHN & SON, Clifton 
^ place 
Thurston, Hall, & Co. 40 Long wf. 

Crayon Sravirlners. 
A RMSTKONG, McLELLAN & 
-^ GREEN, 15 Bowker 



Cream Xartar JUanufs. 

(^LADE D. & L. 21 India (see 
'-' page 706) 

Crib ACanufacturers. 

TJ AZARD CRIB CO. 124 Con- 
•*-*■ gresB 

Crockery. 

China, Glass, and Earthenware. 
TJRIGGS RICHARD, 137 Wash- 
■" ington 

Caldwell H. P. 219 Tremont 
Caldwell Thos. G. & Co. 99 Milk 
Carstensen A. 64 Meridian 
Cary Phineas, 13 Beach 
QASU S. W. 1108 Washington 

Cash Wm. E. 530 Washington 
Cate Norman S. 1628 Washington 
PHAMBERLIN GEORGE & 
^ CO. 1111 Washington 
Clark, Adams, & Clark, 156 Con- 
gress 
Clark, Plympton,& Co.l2 Summer 
Croak Thomas, 23 Maverick sq. 
T) ALTON & INGERSOLL, 19 
■"-^ Union (plumbers') 
Dolan Thomas, 88 Meridian 
Dver Edward, W Sudbury 
t^LLlS GEORGE, 89 Franklin, 
■^ room 9(manufacturer8'ag't.) 
Ellison, Nickersun, & Miller, 24 

Merchants row 
PLETCHER W. G. 10 Milk 

fPRENCH ABRAM & CO. 151 

^ Milk 

Gould, Hitchcock. & Co. 129 and 

131 Milk, and 3 and 5 Oliver 
Hall John, 7 Donne 
Hatch N. M.877 Washington 
Hawkins M. T. SO Pleasant 
Hawkins Thomas, .317 Tremont 
TJ OMER, LANE. & CO. 52 Union, 
■*-■- factory. Condor St., E. B. 
Hunt John, 104.3 Washington 
TONES, McDUFFEE, & 
" STRATTON, 24 So. Market 

(see page 687) 
Kelley Eilward, 560 Washington 
Levi & Sugnrman, 19 Cross 
Matthews Wm. & Son, 149 Milk 
McDonald E. Mrs. 31 Mav'ick sq. 
"lyrERCHANT S. L. t CO. 27 Cen- 
■"-*■ tral wharf, agents for Maw's 
encaustic tiling and majolica 
ware (see page 643) 
Merriam Wm. H. 110 Sudbury 
]Vf OREY & SMITH, 49 Haverhill 
■"^ (glass, see page 694) 
Nelson A. M. & Co. 120 (Congress 
CHOLSO: 
139 Milk 
Norcrose, Mellen, & Co. 16 Mer- 

chanti row 
Parker R. K . & Co. 35 Exchange 

(auction) 
Pierce J. H., Robertson, & Clark 

47 Broad 
Rogers Geo. W. 7 and 9 Wash. 

market and 921 Tremont 
JJ^OGERS & CO. 107 Federal 

Rogers St Lovett, 118 Congress 
Sawyer Wm. 573 Washington 
Smith J. B. 13 Bulfinch 
CTEDMAN D. B. & CO. 136 Sum- 
^ mer (importers, see page 699) 
Wellington C. A. & H. D. 149 Tre- 
mont 
Wells Chas. G. 704 Washington 
Wheeler A. B. & Co. 69 Broad 
Wigein C. E. 147 and 149 Hanover 
"^ILLIAMS WM. B. 113 Milk 

Crockery Slanufb. 

TJOMER, LANE, & CO. 52 
Union 

Croquet Equipments. 

"BHIGGS O. L. over Boylsfon 
■" Market, room 6 



n ALTON & INGERSOLL, 19 
■^ Union 

T^fAY* CO. I Broad (see inside 
-'■'^ back cover) 
WILKINSON A. J & CO. 2 
'' Washington (see page 704) 

Crutches. 

flODMAN & SUURTLEFF, 13 
^ and 15 Tremont (see page (589) 

Curers of Fish. 

■\f ARKHAM & HAWLEY, Mar- 
■'■ ginal, cor Jeffries, E. B. (see 
page 681) 



Curled IKaIr Manufs. 

RAEDER, ADAMSON, & CO 
■'-' 143 Milk 

Capen J. & Son, 128 Tyler 
Glover & Willcomb, 102 Hanover 
TTASKELL A. L. & SON, 124 
-'-'■ Hanover i 

UOLMAN JOHN & CO. 60 

^^ Union 

TirHEELER A. W. & CO. 21 

'' Union 

Curriers. 

Amy W. H, 282 Commercial 
Bond & Tidd, 79 Pearl 
Broderick John, .34 Clapp 
Bryant Edward, rear 853 Albany 
Carl F. 100 Merrimac 
Cogan W. F. rear 771 Fifth 
Dolan M. & Co. 22 Leather sq. 
Eberle Frank P., Heath pi. 
Farwell H. B. & Co. 128 & 130 Pearl 
Flanagan Patrick, 130 Commercial 
Foley B. 48 High 
Guild Chester & Sons, 107 Milk 
Higgins H. M. 69 Fulton 
JARVIS WM. E. 29 Haverhill 

Linau Kasebier, 113 Haverhill 
Lord & O'Brien, 132 Pearl 
Marshall Andrew, r. 27 Bartlett 
Maxwell Wm. M. 190 Eustis 
Maynard E. F. 145 Pearl 
McDonough Patrick F. 9 Gridley 
Munroe John H. 125 Haverhill 
Panton Wm. 9 Gridley 
Porter A. B. & J. 130 (Commercial 
Schayer & Bros. 44 Chadwick 
Swarzwalder Geo. rear 1891 Wash. 
Tidd Wm. &Co. 11 High 
Walftmyer P. & Co. 80 and 82 High 
Wall James & Co. 03 Charlestown 
Wilson & Kearnev, l;50 Pearl 
Witherell C. H. 5C Comm'l wharf 
Young Calvin, Highland, near 
East, ward 16 

Curriers' Findings. 

James Wm. (tables) 31 Richmond 
Sawyer Warren & Co. 214 Congress 

Cnrrlers' Machinery. 

A NTHONY L. & SON, 133 Ca- 
■^ bot 

Curtain Fixtures. 

Bray Edw. L. 2.'1 Wash, room 31 
Briggs E. T. 8 Boylston, room 7 
Fisher, Chandler, & Co., Codman, 

ward 16 
Knapp A. H. 51} Congress 
Marden C. W. 5 Mem mac 
pEASE & ZIMMIRMAN, 112 

Beach (see last white page) 
Putp am S. S. & Co., Ericsson, opp. 

Walnut, ward 16 

Curtain Ooods. 

(.See Window Shades, l(C.) 

Cutlers and Cutlery. 

Ayer Wells W. 146 Washington 
RANFIELD, FORHIS TALL, & 
■'-' CO. '28 & 30 Federal (see p. tU: 
Bartlett & Butman, 163 Wash, (im 

porters) 
Bowker J. E. & Co. 508 Wash. 
PKADFORD& ANTHONY, 178 
-'-' and 178 Washington 
T)URDITT & WILLIAMS, 18 & 
-'-' 20 Dock square 
PHAMBERlTlN GEORGE, & 
^ CO. 1111 Washington 
Gushing J. Rice. 67 Federal 
Earle I. C. 522 Washington 
Eaton. Wellington, & Co. 117 Milk 
■piSHER J. S. &CO. 1505 Wash- 

ington 
Gardner A. M. 1137 Washington 
_J-[ORAN BROS. 1209 Wash. 

Lautz Geo. 19 Morton place 
Morss Chas. W. 24 Union 
Niethamer George, 5 Spring lane 
Oberbauser Martin, 9 Waier 

PARTRIDGE HORACE, 51 

^ Hanover 

Perham A. S. & Co. 15 Devonshire 

room 14 
U ANDERS & CKOSWELL,suc- 
^ cessors to Geo. H. Chipman.jr. 

& Co. 23 Cliauncy 
Sherman W. F. & Co. 5 Milk 
Smith Bros. 191 Washington 
CTEDMAN D. B. & CO. 136 
*^ Summer (see page 699) 
Stratton, Corey, & Co. 74 lederal 
WALKER i\ A. & CO. 83 ai.d 85 

'* Cornhill, and6and8Bratlle 
Wortman August, 17 Howard pi. 



finis C'f n-rrAo Oas Heaters, Gas Fisit Irons, Apparatus for GAS for numerous^ 
UaS iSliOVCS) purposes, K. UOI^LlKGiS Si CO.. SteO Washiuictou St. 



BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



157 



Dimiierreotype Appa- 
r»tu». 

DODGE. COM-IER, & PER- 
■'-' KINS, 115 Wash, (see p. 641) 

l>utlnK StitmpB. 

PRINTEK MANUF. CO. 14 
. Kilb> 
Dccalcomanie Ooods> 

CPRINGER L. R. MRS. ail 
•^ Washington (see page 704) 
WALKKR A. A. 127 Tremont 

Decorators. 

Benle Willium, K8 Pitts 

TJELL JAMES W. 477 Tremont 

Breese Wm. over Boylston Mar- 
ket, rooni ,*> (china) 
PARI/ & MODLICH. .3 Studio 
^ building (see page B64) 
Kimball & Co. 19 Lindall 
T AMPRELl, & MARBLE, 357 
■'-' Cominercial 

MCPHERSON W. J. 19 & 440 
Tremont 
Rinn & Co. 'J) Studio building 
Roeth C. W. .-W West 
Schneider F., Chapman, cor. Tre- 
mont 
Sehulz Adolph, 744 Washingtoa 
Touissuint W. & Co. 541 Wash. 
Turner II. A. & Co. 31 West 
WAITT J. M. 504 Tremunt 

Demijohns, Bottles, and 
I'^Iasks. 

BARRETT C. B. 45 North Mar- 
ket 
T YNUEBORO' GLASS CO. 49 
•^ India 

lyrUNROE A. B. Jr. 68 Con- 
•^ gress (see page 6o9) 

Dental Depots. 

nOD.MAN & SHURTLEFF, 13 

^ and 15 Tremont (see page (i89) 

Goodyear Dental Vulcanite Co. 5 

Temple place 

Dentifrice. 

Sheldon J. W. « Tremout 
Dentists. 

Adams Sylvester R. 28 Temple pi. 
Atkins E. N. 169 Tremont 
Ay Una Isaac, 49 East Newton 
Ball, Fitch, & Macdonald, 41 Tre- 
mont 
Ball J. Warren, 1(W Tremont 
Bartlett & Brigham, 18:9 Wash. 
Bartlett James W. 36 Boylston 
Bartlett Sam'l P. & Son, 142 Boyl- 
ston 
Battles W. P. 1897 Washington 
Bell John. 120 Tremont 
Blake E. 91 Boylston 
Blaisdell John H. 169 Tremont 
Brackett E. F. 206 Tremont 
Brigham & UoUace, 28 Winter 
Brown Ammi, 2 Dover 
Brown J. A. 19 Winter 
Bullock A. B. 22 Hanover 
Burtchaell P. E. 170 Tremont 
Caldwell Wm. B. 1211 Court 
('HANDLER B. B. 16(J9 Wash- 
^ ington 

Chandler Thomas H. 222 Tremont 
Chase J. 18 Barton 
Child, Skinner& Beaman,50 School 
Codrnan John T. 347 Columbus ftv. 
Codman W. W.33 Boylston 
Cogswell Thomas, 12 West 
Coflon Dental Assoc'n, 3.J Beacon 
Coolidge J. B., M.D., D.U.S. 74 

WultTiam 
Copperthwait Henry, 1037 Wash. 
Currier B. T. 99 Court 
Daly & Rolfe, 29 Hollis 
Daniels E. H. 19 Tremont row 
Dearborn C. E. 132 Boylston 
Dickinson D. D. 6<) Tremont 
Dillingham J. R. 31 Winter 
Dixon Rufus E. .33 Avon 
Donhaui Benjamin E. .37 Tremont 
Drake D. F. 1945 Wa.-hington 
Drummond Jas. U., Wasliington, 

near River, ward 16 
Duttoh L. B., Warren, cor. Zeigler 
Easthani Chailes, 25 Tremont 
Edson F. 110 Court 
Emery Albert T. 1 Mount Vernon 
Ensworth Chas. P. 3 Lewis, E. B. 
Farnum J. 70 Tremont 
Flapg & Osgood, 2.5 Tremont 
Fowler N. C. 216 Warren 
Garland Be Son, B16 Tremont 
Gaylord E. D. 129 Tremont 
Glover N. A. 4;i8 Tremont 
Goodl'ellow Wm. 7 Tremont row 
Grace Geo. A. 110 Hanover 



Grant Ge'>ree F. 172 Cambridge 
Him S. F. 74 Boylston 
H irkins D. G. 13 Tremont row 
Hirrlman G. B. 15 Trem't Temple 
Harrinaton D. G. 331 Broadway 
Harris E. N.224 Tremont 
Hiuwood Daniel, 21 Summer 
Hawes N. W. X', Itoylston 
Henderson J. B. 6'W Washington 
Hitchcock 1). K. Hi'.) Tremont 
Hitchcock T. B. 22i Tremont 
IIODGDO.V C. W. 169 Court 

Hosmer T. B. 114 Hanover 
Hudson R R. 132 Court 
Humphrey J. 6-26 Washington 
Jewell Albert B. 4(i Dover 
Johnson W. L. 28 Winter 
Jones L. F. 3). Beacon 
Keep N. C. 74 Boylston 
Kingman G. M. 19 Winter 
Leach Elbridge G. 91 Boylston 
Leavitt Wm. P. 19 Tremont row 
Leseur Horatio. 114 Hanover 
Livermore A. H. 140 Court 
Macdonald W. L. 41 Tremont 
Manchester E. L. 141 Meridian 
Mayo U. K. 2 Dover 
McDougall S. J. .581 Tremont 
Mead Bros. 1039 Washington 
Mdler W. S. 15 Summer 
Moffiitt George T., Hotel Boylston 

MuUoney , 1594 Washington 

Mulloy J. J . 314 Meridian 
Munroe Chas. M. 49 Temple pi. 
Newman J. Frank, 169 Tremont 
Newton M. 127 Court 
Nolen Spencer. 5 Warren ton 
Noycs ^^. N. 1235 Washington 
Oliver & Taber, 114 Tremont 
Osgood Ch rles H. 143 Tremont 
Osgood E. 645 Washington 
Osgood James M. 23 Tiemont 
Papy O. F., Codman Park 
Parker A. H. 21 Summer 
Parker D. M. 1.32 Boylston 
Parker D. S. 19 Tremont row 
Parker Levi, 31 Beacon 
Perkins Horace M. 82 Waltham 
Pinkhain & Clapp, 12.53 Wash. 
Plumb L. A. 110 Hanover 
Pray M. W. 129 Tremont 
Prescott Benj. T. ;i8 Milford 
Prescott Benj. Ty jr. .38 Milford 
Preston A. F. 19 Bedford 
Provan W. S., Broadway, cor. E 
Reed G. S. 176 Tremont 
Robbins R. L. 708 Tiemont 
Rogers Oliver P. 147 Tremont 
Russell H. F. 15 Summer 
Salmon Ira A. 670 Tremont 
baville N. E. 41 Tiemont 
(J.VWYER & LANE, 616 Wash- 
'^ ington 

Shepard L. D., Hotel Boylston 
Shepherd & Ridgway, 3 Haiii'l pi. 
Simonds J. L. 8 La Grange 
(JTEARNS S. F. 49 Hancock 

Stetson J. T. 15 Summer 
Stocking S. 19 Tremont row 
Stone W. F. 25 Winter 
Sylvester & Mackey, 1594 Wash. 
Taft E. F. 91 Boylston 
Thresher J. M. 1.32 Court 
Tucker E. G. 11 Ashburton pi. 
Tucker Joshua, Hotel Boylston 
Waters G. F.31 Pembertou sq. 
Webb Edgar, 17 Bedford 
Webber James H. 37 Tremont 
Webber & Twitchell. 228 Wash. 
Wetherbee I. J. 46 Dover 
Whitechurch Charles, 15 Summer 
Williams D. G. 552 Tremont 
Williams Jacob L. 1 Mt. Vernon 
Wilson E. T. 8 Marlboro' 
Woodman Wm. E. 170 Tremont 
Dentists' Materials and 

Instruments. 
pODMAN & SHURTLEFF, 13 
^ and 15 Tremont (see p. 689) 
WHITE SAMUEL S. 13 and 16 

' ' Tremont row (see p. 071) 

Deposit Vaults. 
Union Safe Deposit Vaults, Lee, 
HigginsoD, & Co., Union build. 
40 State 

Dermatoloarlsts. 
Babcock Geo. W. 28 Winter 
Hopkins W. A. 120 Hanover 
DesiKoers. 

ANDREN ALBAN, 4 Liberty 
-"- square 
Benjamin 8. G. W. 147 Tremont 

BERRY J. & J. & CO. 68Corn- 
hrll 
1> RICHER & CONANT, 19 Tre- 
^-^ niont row 

BUNTEN A. 51 Water (see page 
693) 



fOFFIN D. N. B., Jr. 1.32 Cen- 
-> tral 

ILL FRANK, 69J Court 



H 



Kilburn S. S. 96 Washington 
I/angerfeldt T. O. 17 Studio bl'd. 
UUSSKLL & RICHARDSON, 
■•^ 18(i Washing'on 
CPAULDING & STAPLES, 88 
^ Lincoln 

SPEAR WM. F. .34 School, room 
15 
Strotton Wm. D. 71 Milk 
C TR.VUSS F. A. .339 Washington 

Desk Manufacturers. 

riONANT A. & CO. 105 Hanover 

IIUGHES JOHN A. & CO. 151 

■^^ Washington 

McNUTTJ. J., Wareham, cor. 

Maiden (see page 6. 9) 
Murphy Michael C. 79 W. Ded- 

ham 
Patterson & Lavender, 43 and 45 

Cornhill 
CAIITH STEPHEN & CO. 51 
^ Cornhill 

WILLETT, DRAKE, i CO. 49 
and 51 Wareham 

Detectives. 

(Indcf/endent Detective Office.) 
Hunt J. S. & Co. 169 Tremont 
Diamonds. 

BIGELOW, KENNARD, & CO. 
331 Washington 
( iROjB Y, MORSE, & FOSS, 240 
^ Wasliingum (see page 692) 
( ^ A L E VV M. T. & C O. 221 
^^ Washington 
r' UILD & DELANO, 2 Winter 

Mvers S. & J. 90 Washington 
pAL.VlER, BACHELDERS, St 
-*• CO. 162 Washington (mount- 
ed and unmounted) 
K einick John A. 20 Tremont 

Diamond Cutters. 

pROSBY, MORSE, & FOSS, 240 
^ Wash, (see page 692) 
Keyser Aaron li. 159 Dorchester 

DIaphauie. 

(JPRINGER L. R. MRS. 351 

^ Wasliiugton (see page 701) 

Die and Seal I^etters. 

pOWER J. H. i CO. 5 Pearl St. 
■*- House 

Die Sinkers and E<etter 
cutters. 

iSee aUo Stencil I'lates.) 
UARNES & SMITH, 74 Wush- 
•^ ington 

UERRY J. & J. & CO. 68 Corn- 
■" hill 

UI(.KNELL JAMES O. 5 Wash- 
-" ington 

BOSTON HAND STAMP CO. 
48 Winter 
URIGIIA.M W. C. & CO. succes- 
■^ sors to Joseph U. Merriam & 

Co. 18 Brattle sq. (see p. 644) 
T? AS ION & CO. 8 Dock sq. (see 
•^ page 6*!) 
JACOBS GEO. 151 Washington 

jy^ETCALF L. S. 117 Hanover 

lyriTCHELL A. W. & CO. 9 

Change avenue 
VOVELTY MANUF. CO. 50 
^^ Sudbury 

pOWER J. H. & CO. 5 Pearl-St. 
-*■ HouoC 

Smitri W. 11.9.55 Washington 
O PEAR WILLIAM F. 34 School, 
^ room 15 
\\rEEDEN WILLIAM N. 50 

*' Sudbury (s-,e puge 682) 
WILLIAMS G. W. & CO. 11 

"' Battery march 

Dies and Cutters. 

Blairchard & Lavcrs, 26 Pearl 
(lOLBURN ISAAC & CO. 112 
^ Summer (agents) 
Draper Samuel F. lUS High 
I^ARTFoRD T. T. 40 Peail 

XI EWELL J. S. & CO. 53 and 55 
-•-' Haverhill (see page (uO) 
•pAYLOR S. K. & CU. 145 South 

rPRIPP, EDDY, & CO. 92 Milk 



The place to Buy Gas Tixtures is at 369 Washington St. 



158 



BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



DiBtlllers. 

gROWN & HAYES, 121 Broad 

(IHASE & TRULL, 85 Broad 
^^ (see page IJiX) 
Felton & Stone, 229 State 
French J. H. I'y Essex 
(-[.IBSON J.s SON & CO. 121 
^-* Broad (and rectifiers) 



1/-RAEFFT, ROELLE, & CO. 

-•^ S6 Kilhv 

TAWRENCE D. & SONS, 127 to 

^ lai Broad 

"JiRACEY JOHN & CO. 85 Broad 

TTNION COPPER DISTILL- 
^ ING CO. 3fi Kilby 

Blvorce Bureau. 

Russell & Co. ;« Court 

Ttog Sealer. 

Turner Samuel, 121 Haverhill 

Dollar Sale Stores. 

Allen Lucius jr. 315 Washington 
Cloudnian N. B. 40 Hanover 
Uawes Brothei-s. 107 Washington 
Lane E. J. I'J Summer 
Manning J. H. I2O Hanover 
Meserve & Co. iB Sudbury 
Parker & Co 40 Hanover 

Door Checks. 

Lugiin H. N. H. (secuiity check) 
5ii Federal 

Door >Iat8. 

UTEARNS N. C. 12, 16 and 18 
•■^ Bronitield (see page (J(J2; 

]>ooris S.ikhes, aud 
Blinds. 

Albee E. A. 20 Bowker 
_^LLEN WM. H. 5.J Wareham 

g AILEY JOB F. 20 Kneeland 

fJOLES L. & SON, also dealers 
■^ in window glass, Sudbury, 

cor. Ilavmarket square 
KROWN J. L. & CO. 19 Ware- 
■"^ haul (doors) 
Chase T. & J. F. 50 Wareham 
Colby Pliilip N. 455 Treinont 
(;;UTTER& FARKEK, 9 and 10 
^ Charlestown 
pOE GEO. I. & CO. «2 Fulton 

TTDDY BROS.. Park cor. Adams 

^ ward Hi 

Farr G. & Son, 145 Border 

Hint, Ilervev, & Co. 19 Wareham 

Hall John, 177 Blackstone 

UAKDY AUGUSTUS, 7 and 8 

•^^ Charlestown 

Hardy & Co. 181 Blackstone 

;S ALBERT W. 142 



QARLETON A. D. 6 Washing- 



bury 
CARGENT OSBORNE N. 142 

*J TPoo 



dy & Co. 1 
"UASTINGii 
■"- Friend 
Hatch I., Wareham, cor. Maiden 
TTAYES MAKTIN, 3 Berkeley, 
■*■-'- (see page IJ4(i; 
Jewett & Pitcher, P.9 Kilby 
Johnson Thomas J. (515 Wash. 
Junkins Charles E. 8li Church 
Junkins& Cooper. 107 Albany 
I/"ENNEY H. & SON, 153 Border 

J-*- /-CO.. nan.1 1:7: \ 



lyfcNUTT JOHNJ., Wareham, 
■"-^ cor. Maiden (see page ti79) 
Pattec W. S. & Co. .39 Kilby and 

Glendoii wharf, E.B. 
UERRY GRANVILLE, 118 and 
■^ 120 Eliot and 204 Trcmont 
piERCE S. H. L. 415 Dorchester 

avenue 
Pratt M. C. & Co. 22 State 
Richardson Jolm,94i Utica 
ROBERTSON J. A". 393 Federal 
■*■" (hard wood, see page (jOO) 
UPINNEY L. & CO. 123 ISlerri- 
'^ mac (see page 703) 
GTANDISH FRANCIS, 167 Al- 
•^ bany 

Stimoon J. & Co. 71 & 73 Portland 
Taylor J. L. 104 Travers 
Veazie Warren, Swett, near Reed 
Walcott F. U. 2 Creek square 
WAMiBURN WM. Ju. & CO. 
143 Merrimac, cor. Causeway 
Waterman F. 22 State 

I>oor Plates. 

TJ R I G H A M W. C. & CO. 18 
•'-' Hrattle 'O. (see page 644) 
j^ROWN C. F. 163 Washington 



IIOLTJOHN & SON, 65J Sud- 
J-i K.jry 

JENT 
Washington 
Smith Wm. H. 32 School 

l>rain and Server Pipe. 

(Cement, Vlau, and Stine.) 
A LLEN SAMUEL H. 39 Haver- 
■^ hill (see page 704) 
g ALDWIN & EMERSON. Ded- 

h:im, near Harrison ave. 
T>OSTON DRAIN PIPE CO., 
-^-^ 49(ongiess 
Carter & Tennc , 484 Albany 
Day & Collins, 40 Bromfield 
U.DMOND JAMES & CO. 394 
^ Federal 

U OXIE T. W. & CO. 38 Long 
-"-•^ wharf 

TVTERCHANT S. L. & CO. 27 
-^'^ Central whf. (see page 64.3) 
TUILLS WM. & CO. 74 and 76 

Congress, corner Milk 
AJEWENG. DRAIN PIPE CO., 

B. Noyes, agent, 502 Albany 

and 22 State Tsee page 664) 
PORTLAND STONE WARE 
•^ CO., G. D. Goodrich, agrnt, 
49 Congress, and 444 Federal 
Taylor S. P. & Co. 18 St^te 
W«it Gdhert, 3S4 and ;388 B'way 
WALDO J. ADAN, 13 Liberty 

sq. (see fjont colored page) 

■trains aud Seii^ers. 

Barney Geo. C. 22 State 
Tarbell S. H. 22 State 

Drapery Curtains. 

pEAR EDWARD W. & CO. 

Ma-onii: Temple 

Srauifhtsnien. 

ANDREN ALBAN, 4 Liberty 

square 
Beal \N m. H. at Engineer's ofSce, 

City Hall 
Berry A. Hun, 17 Studio build. 
Uoston Machuie Co., First, cor. 

"K RICHER & CONANT, 19 Tre- 

-*^ moiit row 

Brown Charles F. 12 School 

Brown C. Warren, 34 School 

nOFFlN D. N. B. Jr. 132 Cen- 

^ tral 

J)AME GEO. E. 50 Sudbury 

J]DSON WM. 40 Studio building 

Harley John J. 124 A Tieniont 
Johnson & Dyer, 91 Wash, (on 

wood) 
Loring G. F. at Surveyor's office. 

City Hall 
T OMBaRI) N. C. 40 State, room 

44 fsee page 6.i9) 
Merrill F. T. 13 Doane 
Peabody H. O. 274 Washington 

(mechanical) 
Perrigo O. E. 11 Pemberton square 
UHEDD & SAWYER, 7 Court 

sq. (see page Ii86) 
CPAliLDlNG & STAPLES, 88 
•^ Lincoln (mechanical) 
Spring F. II. at Surveyor's office 

City Hall 
WALKER SYLVENUS, 89 

Court (see page 702) 
WALSH JA.MES 7 i ourt sq., 
' ' room 43 (see page W» 
Wilde M. S. G. 5;J Sears building 

l>rawlni; Instruments. 

WILKlNStiN A. J. & CO. 
2 Washington (seepage 704) 

Drawing Materials. 

TJASTINGS F. C. & CO. 54 
^^ Cornlull (seepage 701) 
VLKER A ^ '- 
Tremont 

Dredslns Maclitnes. 

COUTHER JOHN & CO., A, 

^ cor. Richards 

WooUey Clias. & Co. 22 State 

DrawiuBS. (Mechanical.) 



Drees Caps. 

gHEPLIE Dk L. & CO. 17 Milk 

Dressings. (Leather) 
BROWN B. F. & CO. 135 Fulton 
■" '(see page 6S0) 



Dressmakers. 

Adams C. M. Miss 120 Tremont 
Alexander M. H. 11 Madison bk., 

and 79S Washington 
Anderson Jean, Centre, n. Dorch. 

ave. ward 16 
Angier Robt. Mrs. 34 Woodward 
Ashman J. S. Mrs. .3.3 Winchester 
Atwcod A. P. Mrs. 292 Wash. 
Aubrey C. 132 Tremont 
Austrander Ellen Mrs. 47 Har. av. 
Bannon Josephine, 44 Causeway 
Barker G. H. Mrs. 28 Green 
Barr Fannie Mrs. 473 Shawmut av, 
Bartusch Victoria Mrs. 1339 Tre- 
mont 
Barss Jennie. 88 W. Springfield 
Bates C. Miss, 28 Temple place 
Baxter Juha J., Winter, ward 16 
Baxter Prurience E., Winter, wd. 
Beal Louisa W. 18 Knc.x [16 

Bennett Mary A. 7 Suffolk place 
Bennett Miss, 147 Court 
Benson M. C. 206 Tremont 
Bent C Ncpouset avenue, opp. 

Chickatawbut, ward 16 
Bissell .'NI. A., Norfolk, n. Wash. 

ward 16 
Blackstone Misses, 645 Wash. 
Blair C. S. Miss 257 Dudley 
ElaisdeU Elizabeth, 60 Carver 
Blake A. M. Mrs. 615 Tremont 
Blood Mary A. Mro. 1106 Tremont 
Buhannan Amanda J. 21 Melrose 
Boothby Caroline Miss, 25 Winter 
Boothby F. V. Miss, 147 Tremont 
Bowen A. W., Grant pi. ward 16 
Bradv James Mrs. 33 Cross 
Bradley Charlotte, 12 Fayette 
Brennan Eliza, 121 Essex 
Brennan Mary, 13 Church 
Brock Charlotte -Mrs. 1 Putnam pi. 
Brown C. S. Mrs. 156 .Meridian 
Brown Eliza M. 14 Dover 
Brown Frances E. Miss, 13 Phillips 
Burk Laura Miss, 171 Court 
Butler Charles Mrs. 39 West 
Cahoon & Berry, 3 Tremont row 
Cahill Marv- E. 3(K) Hanover 
Capen S. B., Norfolk, near Wash. 

ward 16 
Campbell Sarah J. I.i28 Wash. 
Carr .Mary E. Mrs. 96 Hudson 
Cavanaugh E. Miss, 72 Warrenton 
Cayvau S. D. iMrs. 4l5J Wash. 
Chamberlin D. A. Mrs. 18 Orange 
Chambers & Co. 107 Emerson 
Chandler Saiah Mrs. 11 Guild row 
Chase Fannie E. 120 Tremont 
Chase Nancy, 7 West 
Child C. E., Minot, cor. Narragan- 

set, ward 16 
Chresteller A. Miss, 75 Hanover 
Churchill S. L. 107 Harrison ave. 
Clapp Mary E. 18 Wall 
Clapp S. A. and J. L. 19 Winter 
Clark Hannah C. Mrs. 1985 Wash. 
Clark .M. J. Miss, lOS^ Wash. 
Clark Susan, 24 Irving 
Cleret Estelle, 3 Byron 
Clous Lucy A. B. Miss, .372 Trem't 
Cloutman & Smith, 362 Tremont 
Cobb A. A. 14 Temple place 
Colby Georgie Mrs. 149 A Trem't 
Coney M. E. 14-3 Tremont 
Conley Mary 44 C 
Conroy L. J. M ss. 2 Hamilton pi. 
Craig M. .346 Tremont 
Craven E. iM. J. .Mrs. 22 Deme 
Creamer A. 2li Oxford 
Crosley & Nickerson, 25 Winter 
Cuddihue Annie, 207 Salem 
Cuddy Ann, 8 Nashua 
Cunniff C. & R. Mis.-es, 7 Guild 

row 
Cunningham A. rear Wash. opp. 

Dorchester ave. ward 16 
Cunningham M. under Norfolk 

House 
Cunningham Sarah, .39 Sheafe 
Currie C. -M. Mrs. r. 2 Crocker pi 
Curtis N. J. 25 Avon 
Cutting E. W. Mrs. 867 Wash. 
Daisley M. T. Miss, 49 Maverick 

square 
Davenport C. W. Mrs 25 Winter 
Davis Anna M. 220 Harrison ave. 
Davis F. S. Mrs. 67 Friend 
Davis M. & Co. 319 Broadway 
T)EMOREST MADAME, 17 

Temple place 
De Maury Madame, 1088 Wash. 
Deminti S. H. Mrs. 1(1 Medford ct, 
Dennis A. M Mrs. 1669 Wash. 
Dewhurst H. A. .39 West 
Deverns Chas. Airs. 1.522 Wash. 
Dieliold Fannie Mrs. 5 Edgeriy pi. 
Doherty Anna Miss, 51 Lowell 
Dolan Catharine A. 229 Cabot 
Donovan C. Mrs. 2 Lvnde st. pi. 
Dow Anna S. 149 A Tremont 
Dow A. G. 146 Tremont 



'^ '"n.'^«?o*t"''*' Kerosene ^^-^"^^^^V^^^S^ I.amps.atK. IIOI.I.IIV«S *; CO., 
meutot iAA.oj. WOC7UO 360 Wasiilngtou Street, Boston. 



BOSTON BUSINESS DIEECTORY. 



159 



Driscoll C. F. Miss, 821 Wash. 
Durning M. B. Mrs. 12 Warren 
Edriiunas M. E. Miss, 1484 Wash. 
Everett Aiinu, Dorch. ave. u. Cen- 
tre, ward u; 
Farmer S. Miss, (!l).5 Broadway 
Karrur C. H. Miss ill Tremout 
Farrur Martlia B. Miss 4.5 Revere 
Fellows M. T. :;U Wiuter 
Fentress Mii(hiiii, ID Cambridge 
Fiske Aima D. -' I'lyinouth pi. 
Flanders B. S. Mrs. 2 timer pi. 
Flemming Jiusaii .M. M3 Levere t 
Fletclier ly. -M. Jliss, ijU Harrison 

avenue 
Flynt E. K. Mrs. H5 Chauncy 
Fvig^' A. 0. .Miss, 25 Winter 
Forrister S. A. Mrs. 2 Osborn pi. 
Forrisia U.K. 25 Wiuter 
Fraser Jane, 1« Pleasant 
French Geo. .Mrs., High, wd. 16 
Furuess M. £. Mrs. 22ti liurrison 

avenue 
Gale J. G. Mrs. 25 Winter, room B 
Gerinaine t<. A. SU Chapman 
Gerry E. .M. Miss, 9 Uxt'ord 
Given & Chesley, .S7 Winter 
Gleason L. .Mrs. (i87J Washington 
Gleason S. J. 4ii Stauf6rd 
Glines Miry E. Mm. I'J.Sl Wash. 
Glover 1'. A. ^1 Winter 
Godfrey Mary II. 4 WiUard pi. 
Goodrich M. F. 2S Winter 
Goodwin B. E. Mis.-!,.ir5 Uarr.ave. 
Uooilwiu .Maria T. 598 llarr. ave. 
Goolwin O. A. 20 West 
Goodwin & Terry, 1-4'i Court 
Uough Ann Mrs., Com. n. Union 

wd. lU 
Gough Dora Mrs. 13 Pleasant 
Graliuin M. E. Mrs. 222 Shawmut 

avenue 
Granger Susan, 219 Cambridge 
Greene S. P. .vliss, 25 Winter 
Grieve Mary Mrs. 190 E 
GruOb A. C. Sir Tieiiiont 
Hallet Jennie Miss, IXio Wash. 
Harris U. 29 Avon 
Harvey Annie M. 29(1 Meridian 
Harvey Sarali A. 1^90 Meridian 
Hayden E. Jj. 20 Chambers 
iiayes Abigail, 22 Chambers 
Uenvil.e A. M. Mrs. S41 Tremont 
Higgnis Ella, 1 Saiato^a pi. E. B. 
Hiitireth S.sters, 42'i Broadway 
Hill E. J. .Mrs. 1.J Sharon 
Hill L. E. 1 Loveriiig place 
Hill S. J. Mrs. M Edmuoro 
Hisiop Ctiailotte, 20 Fayette 
Uolden .Mary Mrs. 14 Cunurd 
Holmes .Mary A. 5i" Mouiuouth 
llopkiiiA flora E. J8.'i Meridian 
HipkiiisM. C. 7 i.everctt 
Howe J. \V. Mrs. 1130 Tremout 
Hughes E. S. 153* Camoridge 
Hurll A. K. .Miss, 5 Temple pi. 
Huril Harry .Mrs. 31 Irving 
Huston Einiiia S. o8 W. Brookline 
Hutchinson E. 1/ Broadway 
Hutchinson Harriet il. 09 -Vlyrtle 
IngoldsUy .Maigara .Misi., 10 Joy 
Johnson .vlaiy A. Smith ct. 
Kaliihot'erer Caroline, 20 Adams 
Keith .Mary Mrs. .Vl Suinuur, E.iJ. 
Kaiekal cLra .Mrs. 1 Putnam pi. 
Keher A. M. -Miss, 142 :^orth'tou 
Kellcy Wiiiitred .Mrs. M Guild row 
Kelly Ann, 10 Barton 
KeuUau A. iMis<, Centre, n. Dor- 

cnester ave. wd. 10 
Keyes E. A. & 11. W. 198 Wash. 
Kmiuall M. C. UO Court 
KiinbuU S. J. IjO Court 
King ilurgaret .Miss, i9 North ave, 
Kuiglit L,. .VI. .Mrs. 1/ Avon 
Laiiib H. C. 12 Temple place 
Landers Joanna .M. 47 Winter 
Lane Jennie .Miss, 15 Cox building 
Lung Adeliu A. 40.;i I'remout 
Leary Margaret, 10 .\ewtou pi. 
Leignton Augella, J52 .Meridian 
Leightou Ellen .M. 30 Gieeu 
Leijjhtou 3. J. .Mrs. 7U /eigler 
Leiich Bridget Fraucts, bO West 

Dedhain 
Lewis J.ilia -Miss, S Foyette 
Lewis 1,. !•'. .Vlrs 2.i Wiuter 
Lewis Nancy J., North uve. near 

Stuughtun, wd. 10 
Libby o. 11. 17 i reinont 
Liiiseoti Elizabetn, 7 West 
Litchrteld F. A. 2.J vv inter 
Littleiield (J. H. .Miss, 042 Wash. 
Loniba d .Mary .Mrs. .304 Hanover 
Loratte Louisa J. Miss, 12 W. 

Hedham 
Lord Eunice .Miss, 2(XJ Tremout 
Lucas .M Eita, Uoich. ave. u. East, 

«d. 10 
Muekeii/.ie L. Mrs. 713 Tremont 
Alack & Tmunins, 30 Winter 
Mahuuey E. F. Miss, 11 Cox b'ding 



Makepeace S. J. Mrs. inn Wash. 
Mann A. B. 4 Kneelaiid pi. 
Marsh G. H, Mrs. 71 Joy 
Martin C. F. .30 Winter 
Mathews M. A. 3 Tremont row 
Matthews llann^ih S. 72 Brighton 
Matthews Mary .Mrs. 1101 Tremont 
Mavnard Susan Y..30i> Broadway 
McCabc Mary,.'! North scjuare 
McCarty Kate, 12 .Maverick square 
McUaniel H. C. 1N7 Hampden 
McDonald A. J. 11 Snmiiier 
MeGurke C. Mis-, 1800 Wash. 
Mcintosh Lucretia, 1740 Wash. 
McKee Andrew .Mr«. 3 Elm pi. 
McKenna L. N. .Mrs. 10 Green 
McLaugldin M. .Miss, 2 Saniosetpl. 
McLaughlin .M. 115 Shawmutave. 
McLean Agnes, 95 Leverett 
McMahon .Mary, 34 Seneca 
Mc.Mauus Mary A. 14<il Wash. 
McVey Annie Miss, 85 Lowell 
Merriam John Mrs. 32 Cambridge 
Merrill E. 11. 045 Washington 
Miles S. T. .Miss, 8{ Pnilips 
Mtley Catharine Airs. 30 I'ortland 
M.ley P. F. .Mrs. I Elm pi. 
Mingo G. .Miss, 2 Allen place 
Moiiney S. P. Mrs. 83 .Maverick 
Monroe S. C. Mis. 149 \ Tremont 
Moran K. Miss 113 Dudley, room 7 
Morton Hannah S. 33 i.uwrence 
Morse & Kimball, 29 Avon 
Moses L. .Miss, 5 Cambridge 
Morton Sarah, 8 Fayette 
Murphy Alarg.iret ilrs. 2 S. Cedar 

St. place 
Nason S. S. Alis.*, «i5 Wash. rm. T 
Ni-ngle Susan .Mrs. 118 Caiiid.!n 
Nickersou S. S. 25 Winter 
Mixon .M. .Miss, 220 llariisou ave. 
Norton Anna J. .Mrs. Cherry 
Norwood Saiuh E. 40 Billerica 
Nourse Georgie A. .Miss SVin't 
Nugent Faiinv .Mrs. 1473 Tremout 
O'Briiie .M. .M .M,s Newland 
Page Catharine E. :;9 Piiiekuey 
Pame S. J. -38 Prescott pi. 
Palmer Henrietta, .311 Saratoga 
Palmer N. -M. .Miss, 247 Wash. 
Partridge C. A. s A. C. 104 Trem't 
Paysoii Heury Mrs., Paysou ave. 

n. Hancock, wu, 10 
P.ase M. M. 117 Worcester 
Percival C. E. Boylstoii place 
Perkins M. P. 23 Tempie 
Perkins & Stoekwell, 147 Tremont 
Perley A. K. .Mrs. 18 Meridian 
Pickering E. E. .Mrs. U2 Summer 
Plummer .Mary Mrs. 71 Le.xiugtou 
Poor Sarah A, 9 :^hawiiiut 
Powers Isabel .Mrs. 1 Auburn ct. 
Pooler A. D. .Mrs. 108 Hanover 
Prentiss H, C. 25 Avon 
Prouly Sarah A. Mrs. 48 Monra'th 
Kaudlett N. II. 25 Winter 
Kankin A. S. C. 28 Winter 
Hasleigh E. .Mrs. 2il Cooper 
Kediiigton Kate, 2*.' Porter 
Keed Lucy .M. 31 Warren 
Keed & Ivelley, 40 Warren 
Kegan .Mary, 2 Uoeida 
Kestell .Mary W. .Mrs. 79 Brighton 
Kevere B. .Mrs. 10/ Pleasant 
King M. A. .Mrs. 19 Waltham 
Kobuins L. E. .Miss, 08 Dover 
Kobinson .M. F. .Mrs. 10 Cunard 
Kose Catherine, N So. Russell 
Ross Ellen .Miss, 129 Tremont 
Ross Margaret, 4 Hay ward pi ice 
Kowe A. Mrs. 203 Harrison ave. 
Uowe .Mary T. it J . S. iJS Winter 
Runirill Jane R. .Mrs. 25 Avon 
Kyder Carrie .Mi s. Is A^'on 
Ryder .M. P. 7 Leverett 
Sanborn C. .M. .Vlrs. 2il Tremont 
Schinitz .M. .Miss, .50 Pmckury 
Schandeoye 11. A. Mrs. .5H Pleasant 
Schneider P. 2 llainilton pi. 
Shay Mary E. Mis.- 1880 Wash. 
Shepard .Mary E. .Mis. 71 Camb'ge 
Siinonds Mary E. .Mr». 39 Garden 
Sloan Susan .Mrs. 79 .Albany 
Small Will. P. .Mrs. .3.57 Silver 
Smith A.J. .Mrs. 101 Court 
Smith C. J. .MiSS, 1815 Wash. 
Smith H. 1'. 1^5 >V inter 
Smith & Thomiison, .30 Winter 
Snow Harriet N. .Mrs. 2s Winter 
Snow C. II. Mrs. 57 i.sse.x 
Snow R. C. .Mrs. I Oak 
Sparrow J. F. .Mrs. lilo Hanover 
Staunton J. 2s9 Sumner, E. B. 
Stevens E. N. 3 Tremont row 
Stickney M. F. 2 Hamilton pi. 
Stone Ullve A. 101 Tremont 
Strefter A. M. 30 .No. Russell 
Stuart S. M. .Mrs. Ai't Washington 
Sullivan C. .M. 73 liedtord 
Suter Gustavns Mrs. 44 North- 
ampton 
Swan M. C. .Miss, .SO Edinboro' 



Taylor Jane, 143 Marion 
Tewksbury S. A. Miss, Washing- 
ton, near Centre, wd. 10 
Thomas .M. B. .Mrs. 72 Cambridge 
Thompson R. A. 28 Winter 
Thompson Susan, :i9 Rutland 
Thorndike E. .Mrs. 90 Lincoln 
Tower II. .Mrs. 84 (iieeii 
Towne .M. F. .340 Third 
Trafton Nanc^' II. 43 Winter 
Trask A. D. 1/ Chapman 
Traverse Kate .Mrs., Castle, cor. 

Washington 
Tucker Harriet A. Mrs. 1009 Wash. 
Tukey A. JJ 20 West 
Tuttle II. C. .Miss, 23 Temple 
Varrell S. A. Mrs. 31 Claiendeu 
Varrell Si Parker, 28 Winter 
Viekery Sarah, 8 Hudson 
Walker & Rice, iM.idames, 41 Wall 
Ward Rebecca, 20 Curve 
Ward well & HopKii.s, 573 Tremont 
Warren Ellen G .Mrs. 31 .Vlinot 
Webb M. Si C. 0.'J5 Washington 
Weeks D C. Mrs. 12 P.iiiceto.i 
White Ann E. Mrs. 53 Pleasant 
White 11. U. 250 Tremniit 
Williams A. Miss, 25 Winter 
Williams Byar i, 4 Bowdoiu 
Willoughbv .M. A. Mrs. ,59 Pleasant 
Wilson E. AI. .Mrs. 23 Winter 
Wilson L. Mrs. 2 Viiie-st. place 
Wiugate L. Miss, 48 Winter 
Winuek 11. E. Miss. 047 Tremont 
Woodman Si Wadleigii, 144 Tre- 
mont 
Worth Nellie M. .Miss, 43 Palmer 
Wright Benj. AI.s. 10 Wall 
Wyman U. L. .Mrs. 21 Willard 
Wymau S. J. .Miss, .37 Warren 
Zollinger .Mary .Miss, 551 Snaw- 
niut avenue 

SrUBJIIill Muiiuts. 

T~)UNCA.V & COi'EL.VXD, 379 
-^ Co.iiinercial (see page OJil; 
IJOL.MEb Si Bo.v.NCH.VRD, 6 
-^-^ Uayniarketsi. (sec page 097) 

i*rus Mills. 

ROSTO.V DRlJci .M11,LS, J. C. 
-" Pierce, agent. 4 LiOjrty square 
nUNCAN ,11 C iPiOL v.MD, 379 
•^ Com.nercial (see page 00 i) 
LTOL.MES Si BLA.VCHaRD, 6 
■'-^ Haymariiet sq. (mauufa. of, 
see page 097 ) 

Druggists' A.rticle8. 

Bellamy William, 7 Franklin 
Ives D. P. Si Co. 47 .Milk 
Keeler F. M. x Co. 41 Summer 
l/ELLEY Si EDMANDS, 156 
■'^ Washington 

OTANU'UHD JOHNW. &CO. 
'^ 30 Wasiiingtoii 
Levin J. F. Si Co. H Broni.ield 
VrU.VROE A. B. Jk. OS K^ongreea 
■^ (see page 059J 
Shaw, Liverniore, Si Co. 112 Wash. 

Druggists' Furnishing 

CrUutls. 

NROE A. B. Jk. oS Congress 
(see page 0.59) 

Druggists' Class Waire. 

Buck E. A. Si Co. ll Bluckstone 
(lllA.MBERLAl.S ll.B. SiW. O. 
^ 312 Wash, (see p.age 091) 
IVf ONROE A. B. Ju.OSCongresd 
■"■^ (see page 059) 
Siavin H. J. 4 l.iuerty square 
CTANIFORD .JUH.< W. & CO. 
*-" 30 Washington 

Drugs, ftledU-lues, <fec. 

(6'ee uUo J/ciliciue.<.) 
Bird J. A. & W. Si Co. 2il State 
UUSTUN DRUG .MILLS, J. 0. 
Pierce, agent, 4 Liberty square 
Boston Dye wood St chemical Co. 

110 Milk 
UKAGuUN, TAVENER,& CO. 
■•-' 8 India 
}^URR .M. S. & CO. 2« Tremont 

T5USH 'JEO. H. &C0. 7Battery- 

-*-' march 

(]A.u\...:;LL ISAAC T. 239 

^ Broadway 

( 1 ARi'EK SI WILEY, 1.38 Wash- 

^ ington 

nUENEY,MYRICK, Si HOBBS, 

(JOCUR.A.VE A. & CO. 19 Broad 

Conant B. W. 05 Kill.y 
Cutler Bros, i Co. 89 Broad 
(JUTLER A. L. Si CO. 14" Milk 

Dexter Brothers, !>.i Broad 
Eliot J. F. 74 Commercial 



m 



R. Hollings & Co., Dealers in Gas Fixtures, 369 



Wu^iiliigtoa 

Sitieet. 



160 



BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Dniij', Medicines, etc. — continved, 
piQLSOM C. E. & CO. 9 and 10 
^ India 
POLSOM JAMES, 269 Coramer- 

cial and 1 Eastern ave. 
Fowle Seth W. & Sons, ] Milton 

place 
(\JILMAN AI, 468 Broadway 

Gilman Brothers, 109 Milk 
rjOODWIN GEO. C.& CO., ;« 
^^ Hanover 

Henshaw. Burt, & Tarr, 1.54 State 
J£OLLIS THOMAS, 23 Union 

Howe & French, 69 & 71 Blackstone 
fJUNNEWEl.L J. W. & CO. 7 

and 8 Commercial wharf 
Jg^ING E. & F. & CO. 26 India 

jy[AYNARD & NO YES, 75 Wa- 

jyjERRILL BROS. 215 State 

IVfETCALF THEO. & CO. 39 

■"■^ Tremont (see pape 686) 

N. E. Pharmaceuticul Co., W. J. 

Stetson, jr., treas. 140 Comm'l 
JJICHOLS J. R. &C0. 150 Con- 

^ress (.see page 6!I5); 
Nolcini C. A. 21 Commercial 
poOR, TOWNE, & CO. 30 India 

Richardson Cha'les & Co. 61 Broad 
Rogers Chas. F. 86 Hanover 
Rust Bros. & Bird, 43 Hanover 
CTEVENS H. R. 464 Broadway 

(vesetine) 
gWETTGEO. W. 37 Court 

Thayer, Babson, & Co. 41 and 4.'i 
Kilby 

Weeks & Potter, 170 Washington 

Wheeler L. & Co. 3 Custom Ho. et. 

Wilson B. O. & G. C. 18 & 20 Cen- 
tral (botanic) 

Drum Makers. 

Winn P. K. 121 Cuurt 

J>ry J>ock8. 

East Boston Dry Dock Co., A. 
H. White, treas. 13 Doane 

Fort Hill Dry Dock, B. ¥. Groton, 
232 Broad 

Pioneer Dry Dock, Leavitt & Story, 
188 Broad 

Simpson's Patent Dry Docks, Mar- 
ginal, E.B., Octavius Howe, supt. 
"3 Commercial 

I>i'y Ooodtt. 

Kholesalt Comitivs<iott Merchants, 
{See also Cloths If Woollen Goods.) 
Allen, Lane, & Co. 158 Devonshire 
Almy & Co. 38 Franklin 
Bailey R. M. 50 Chauncy 
Barnes F. L. 8 Arch 
Barry & Brother, 69 Federal 
IJLACKBURN GEO. & CO. 136 

Congress 
Braman Geo. H. 63 Chauncy 
Brewer Gardner & Co. 57 Federal 
Briggs & Co. 98 Devonshire 
Burrl.AV. 8 Channing 
Converse, Richardson, & Co. 182 

Devonshire 
Dale Brothers & Co. 61 and 63 
Franklin [shire 

Danforth, Clark, k Co. 180 Devon- 
Davis & Frost, 56 Summer 
Denny, Poor, & Co. 49 Franklin 
Dexter, Abbot, & Co. 24 Franklin 
Dodfje Brothers & Co. 39 Franklin 
Dyer E. C. 158 Devonshire 
Elden & Co. 2lt Milk 
Everett R. B. & Co. 54 Milk 
Faulkner, Page, & Co. 48 and 50 

Franklin 
Faxon 1. & Son, .W Summer 
Floyd Bros. & Co. 94 Devonshire 
Frost Rut'us S. & Co. 68 Franklin 
Frothin;;ham & Co. 59 Franklin 
Gross, Daniels, & Co. 151 Devon- 
shire 
Hale Theo. P. & Co. 63 Chauncy 
Harding Bros. & Co. 72 Summer 
Harding, Colbv, & Co. 43 Franklin 
Hatch r. A. & Co. 28 Chauncv 
Hodgdon M. W. 34 Chauncy" 
Holbiook E. W. & Co. 1 and 2 Otis 
Howard HoUis M. 8 Arch 
Howe .). C. & Co. 51 Franklin 
Uoyt, Sjiragiies, & Co. 86 Summer 
Jackson P. 1'. 24 Franklin 
Jenkins H. W. 119 Milk 
Kutter, Luckemeyer, & Co. 50 

Chauncy 
Kettle & Jones, 1(15 Summer 
LAWRENCE & CO. 13 Chauncy 

Lea J. & J. T. & Co. 16 Arch 



Linnemann C. A. 28 Chauncy 
Little James L. & Co. 22 Franklin 
Locke, Twitchell, & Co. 153 Dev- 
onshire 
Lovejoy Aug. L. & Co. 56 Summer 
Mackintirt, Lawrle,& Co. 178 Dev- 
onshire 
Mackintosh, Green, & Horton, 34 

Franklin 
March A. S. & Co. 65 Milk 
Marean & Co. 105 Summer 
Minot, Hooper, & Co. 101 Summer 
Motley & Rogers, 50 Chauncv 
Mudge E. R., Sawyer, & Co. 15 

Chauncy 
Nevins & Co. 29 Milk 
Parker, Wilder,* Co.4 Winthrop sq. 
Pearce S. U. & Co. 68 Franklin 
Perry, Wendell, Fay, & Co. 65 

Chauncy 
Pippey B. Y. & Co. Ill Summer 
Pierce, Hardv, & Co. 41 Franklin 
Pratt A. S. 4.'. Summer 
■DICHARDSON GEO. C. & CO. 
^^ 96 Devimshire 
Sampson, H.iU, & Co. 168 Devon. 
Smith J. H. 98 Devonshire 
Sprague, Colburn, & Co. 57 Sum- 
mer 
Stanfleld, Wentworth, & Co. 58 

Franklin 
Stephenson, & Co. 33 Milk (yams) 
Stetson John & Co. 57 Summer 
Stetson S. W. 34 Chauncy 
Ste wart A. T. & Co. 3 Winthrop eq. 
Strong W. L. & Co. 153 Devonshire 

(flannels and blankets) 
Townsend & Yale, 48 Chauncy 
Tutts E. O. & Co. 34 Franklin 
Turner, Preseott,& Co. 21 Chauncy 
Upham, Tucker, & Co. 21 Chauncy 
Wheel' ck F. F. & Co. 28 Chauncj' 
Wheelwright, Anderson, & Co. (4 
Summer [Franklin 

White, Browne. & Co. 26 and 28 
Whittemore, Cabot, & Co. 5 Arch 
Williams Horace P. & Co. 16 Arch 
Wright J. S. & E. & Co. 69 Franklin 
WYMAN & ARKLAY, 61 
Summer 

Importers and Jobbers. 
Anderson, Heath, & Co. 5 « 6 vVin- 
throp square and 141 to 149 Dev- 
onshire 
Bendix John H. 32 Summer 
Brett, Greene, & Co. 24 tis 
Burrape J. C.& Co. 184 Devonshire 
Chandler & Co. 25 Winter 
(JHURCUlLL,WATSON,&CO. 
^^ 2(i9 Washington and 1, 5, and 7 

Winter 
Evans, Webster, & Co. 30 and 32 

Franklin 
Ewing, Wise, & Fuller, 59 Summer 
Farley, Amsden, & Co. 95 Summer 
(|RlSWOLD D. C. & CO. 164 

and 166 Devonshire 
Gardiner O. W. & Co. 164 Federal 
Hamilton A. & Co. 116 Devoushire 
Hardy, Mayhew, & Co. 76 and 78 

Summer 
Uaughton, Perkins, Woods, & Co. 

1 and 2 Winthiop square 
Harris, Richardson, & Co. 142 to 

146 Devonshire 
Hernnan H. & Co. 17 Otis 
Hovey C. F. & Co. 33 Summer 
Jackson, Mandell, & Daniell, 85 & 

87 Franklin 
Jordan, Alarsh. & Co. 242 Wash. 
Kelly Thomas & Co. 14 Otis and 26 

Arch 
Messinger E. F. & Co. .50 Summer 
and 19 Arch 

I T C a E L L, GREEN, & 
STEVENS, 55 Summer 
Morse, Shepard, & Co. 52 and 64 

Franklin 
Nichols C. C. 54 Federal 
Ordway, Blodgett, & Co. 170 and 

176 Devonshire 
Sargent Bros. & Co. 148 Devonshire 
Sawyer, Mansiield, & Co. 89 Sum- 
mer 
Scott James & Co. 379 & 381 Wash. 
Spalding, Hay, & Wales, 9 Winter 
Stoddaid, Lovering, & Co. 4 Milk 
Taylor, Thomas, & Co. 71, and 73 

Iranklin 
Tubbetts, Baldwin, & Davis, 83 and 

So Summer 
Walker Joo. & Co. 81 Devonshire 
Wellington Bros. & Co. 66 Chauncy 
White John W. & Co. 58 Federal 
Winslow G. S. & Co. 1 and 3 Arch 
Woodberry Henry, 58 Federal 
Woods, Perry, & Co. 31 and 33 
Franklin 

Jietailers. 
Allen Wra. U. 216 Washington 
Anthony L. 367 Federal 



M' 



Arbosast L. 133 Leverett 

BACON WM. & AUGUSTUS, 
1839 Wash. 
Baldwin A. L. & Co. 1 and 2 Guild 

row 
Barker, Mann, & Co. 23 Tremont 

row 
Bauckman Chipman, 675 Wash. 
Bauer Elizabeth C, Bowdoin,near 

Geneva, ward 16 
Bearse A. N. & Co. 108 Hanover 
Bennett G. W. 28 Central square 
Berke Adolph, 1120 I'remont 
Bloeh A. F. 213 Eliot 
Bowers H. M. 1413 Washington 
Brooks N. T. & Co. 18 Hanover 
Brown W. H. .589 Washington 
Buckley Mary S. Mrs. 147 O 
Burns Elizabeth, 9 Ch;idwick 
Butler & Harwood, 90 & 92 Tremon t 
Carpenter Harvey, 306 Hanover 
Chandler & Co. 27 and 29 Winter 
Chapman T. B. 177 Cambidge 
fllURCHlLL, WATSON & CO. 
^ 269 Wash., and 1, 5, and 7 Win- 
ter 
Clough J. N. M. 36 Hanover 
Clough & Co. 34 Hanover 
Cobb James F. 1523 Washington 
Cohen Michael, .340 Hanover 
Cook William & Co. 1503 Wash. 
Giop Ellen Mrs. 310 Hanover 
Crooks M. J. Mrs. 155 Meridian 
Currier O. S. & Co. 94 Hanover 
Cushing Lyman F. 327 Wash. 
Cushing & Ames, 128 Hanover 
Cushman & Brooks, 37 Temple pi. 
Davis Geo. B. & Co. 281 Wash. 
Denison G. E. 77 Harrison 
Downe Sumner, 151 Court 
Duffy James Mrs. 1737 Wash. 
Duft V Sarah, 98 Fourth 
Eldrldge B. & Co. 42 Hanover 
Fessenden & Osgood, 156 Hanover 
Fishel Robert, 324 Hanover 
Flusk M. J. 263 Fourth 
Forrestall Mary A. Mrs. 1049 Tre- 
mont 
Foxwell Benjamin, 663 Parker 
Gallaher Hugh, 31 Prince 
Gates M.K. Jlrs. 1011 Wash. 
Gibbs & Stinson, 25 Tremont row 
Gleason James, 28 South 
Goiham, Smith, & Cutter, 116 Han- 
over 
" Gould F. A. & Co. 290 Hanover 
Grand Estelle. 3 Chadwick 
Grant H. E., Neponset ave., near 

Chickatawbut, ward 16 
TJALEY & DURELL. 15 Tre- 
"^ inont row 
Hall C. P. 673 Washington 
Harran Wm. ].3;36 Tremont 
Harris E. L. 615 Broadway 
Hawkins W. D. 164 Sumner, and 

5 Meridian, E.B. 
Hay den T. W. bet. Walnut and 

Taylor, wd. 16 
Hearn James, ji94 Broadway 
Hogg, Brown, & Taylor, 299 & 301 

Wash, and 70 Temple place 
Houghton S. S. & Co. 5J and 72 

Tremont, and 5 Tri inont row 
Hovey C. F. & Co. 33 Summer 
Howe James, Eliot square 
Hurlbut W. R. 1419 Washington 
Hutchinson W. H. & Co. 1.0 Tre- 
mont row 
Jacobs P. 785 Washington, and 273 

Hanover 
Jordan, Marsh, & Co. 242 to 250 

Washington 
Kelly Hugh, 169 Broadway 
Kemptoi), Stephenson, & Co. 234 

Wusliington 
Kendall Henderson, Washington, 

near Adams, ward 16 
Keville P. E. H'33 Washington 
Kimball T. R. 126S Washington 
Koop H. E. Mrs. 310 & 314 Hanover 
Leiming Geo. 567 Parker 
Lawson Wm. & Co. 24 Winter 
Libby Ansel N. & Co. 3.38 Hanover 
Libby Franklin F. 405 Wash. 
Libby S. H. -/T Tremont 
Littlefield Moses W., Thayer's Ho- 
tel, ward 16 
Loring A. N. 18 & 21 Tremont row 
Loring John C. 26 and 28 Tremont 

row 
T OUGEE GEO. H. & CO. 1601 
■'-' Wash. 

Low M. P. 1581 Washington 
Lowry M. Mrs. 291 Sumner, E.B. 
Mann, Sumner, & Co. 21 Tremont 
Mavnard C. 861 Washington 
McCarthy Elizabeth, L;34 Fourth 
McClure J. F. 60 Hanover 
McDonald John M.,Phillips,c.Gar- 

den, and 1289 Tremont 
McDougall D. 125 Meridian 
McLean Henry, 1226 Tremont 



Wi>,?cf.?.^^e^o^ Gas Fixtures, ^ ^2hll%%%f. *^*»- 369 ^rtl^L'l^tf"" 



BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



161 



MUha*! n. iivM Waslnngton 
Milton UeoigK B. rJl Wushington 
Alurphy K. C, Adams, cor. L»oi- 

chtjBlcr ave. ward Itj 
MorsL- K. G. M CuiiiUiUlge 
Wewinuii Jucob, la! CeiitiaJ sq. E.B. 
Obst IL M Uiieidu 
OCoiuioi-1'. liHi TreiBout 
O'Connor ilioimis, 3.'U lluuover 
OU«i' 1^ S. Mrs. j;:i Broadway 
PuKC S. A. a.il.i Broadway 
i'aUcrsou 11. >V. liWi Wusliington 
Ptyscr 11. s; (.'ambndjse 
I'lerce Wui. 1.. IJJ lluuover 
I'iuKotisKi b. 7/ I'aris 
l'luuiu.i-r& Woods, 5J Uanover 
i'owers Sarah A. iitH Broadway 
Preeby L. A. (»Si) Wusliiiif!tou 
Kead K. S. 3 Central s(j[uaie, E,B. 
Kicliaidson Ueunetta,4U I'riace 
Kosennedd <j. ly^j Uashiugtou 
iSuuhorn Ji. W. B. 71 Camondge 
Sanborn J. li. K Co. lU Dudley 
Sehaller Jotiu M. U:i Churcli 
Schoneld M. !•'. Ul Atlicus 
Scott J. «; Co. :i:'.) and tiSl Wash, 
iicotc i'utnck 11. IsUl VViiShiu^tou 
Shaiikiuud K. E. oi\> Uorcn. uve. 
SUepard, Norwell, & Co. au Winter 
Sininionus M. K. liKB Broadway 
Siocuni A. S.JO rsroadway 
Smith Tinio.liy, Wl*J VVasliington 
Snow N. I'.i'UO Wushiugtou 
Spalding, lluy, & Wales, y Winter 
Steai-us il. JN. 17 L-eveiett 
^ l'i:-Alt.AS li. 11. & Co. 27 Suni- 
*^ iner 

Stewart E. C. llitjl Washington 
Stone & liowaru, 14 Caool 
Storms W . K. -o Summer 
Sullivan 11. .vlios, liUl Broadway 
Sumuer, iMann, & Co. :il ireuiout 
lay lor Albeit U. M .Maverick »y. 
i'nylor O. T. IJ llauover 
Thompson & Kiluy, JL'l Wash. 
Van uaiii Alosea, ol5 1; ederai 
Walsh CatUaiiiie, :il:i Si, 
Warren & Co. oil Washington 
Watcrhouse iVl. A. & Co. SW V\ ash. 
Waterson i". iM. -iHo Broadway 
Watsou James s. zoU Broadway 
Wa^laud J. W. iMis.olj Broauway 
Weuoei Josiah, li41 Wa»uinalou 
WeJis Sarah, Hi i-evereH 
Wenboin Jane Jirs. U^STreraont 
Weutwoitu ll. iN. lUlS Wash. 
WheelocK J. Si. Co. IIS Uauover 
Wnile K. H. & Co -H & 4b VV inter 
Wuhanis Geo. 1. 174a Washington 
Williams James, 11U8 Treiiioni 
Wiuianis s Byard, ISa L,everett 
Wood c. 11. 01 Bngiitou 
Woodworm Isaac M. & Co. lyU. 

w asnmg'tou 
Young Isaac, 1059 Tremont 

JUualiu JMtauuf. 

niTT.UAH CAKL, a Franklin, 
waiu lb, ana J State, room 6 

jUuvk. 

ATLANTIC IfUCK CO., J. 
^*- JSickeison a. Co. aa Com'l 
Boyntou i\. it Co. s/ audsy com- 

llierciul Ouauub; 
L'tAitl.'iU, liOUMAN, & 
S Wlr r, ii Com'l (,see p. ujo) 
LllTCUBLKU UUClv >Mll^4.S, 
Ueo. lilacKOuru & Co. i-jOCou- 
gress 
l^j. WHENCE DUCK CO. Fear- 
mg, ilodman, S: Switt, ^6 Com- 
mercial (^oee pa^e ii.'^j 
Vlcivt^KoUA J. « CO. 'Jo Com- 

ineicial 
(JCl> colony duck CO., 
rearing, rtodmau, & ortitt, zo 
Coiuu.eicial i^aee page bO&J 
\yilliO..N iiKO. &CO. Jo l^ora- 

mcfcial 
yy V.UA.N 6L AKKLAY.bl Suiu- 

JUunib Waiter M heels. 

_^ EWfcLL J.V.HES S. & CO. 5a 
& o5 ilaveruiu i,see page o^u; 

A>yef8. 

UAKKETT'S DYE HOUSE, 

liaiictt i: Bro. 140 Wusll. 
UKoOivs W.A. .^ C0.14U Wash. 
■" l,»ee page 7U«>; 
(JUEL,st-d. UkiiL, HOUSE AUD 
L A C .N u K Y, S. Sioiey, :;1S 
Wasniuijion vsee page 7ub; 
Danvers Bleachcry, Walker & 

Bro. ageuis, I? Alerch. row 
Kr.WA.SDO A. Ai4& 1844 Wash- 

" lllgtOll 

Alacoiuoer's (French) Dye House. 
aS4 Nv ashiiigion 



IXTALDEN DYE HOUSE, 45 
-'■'•'■ Court 

Suffolk i.<ye House, 1 Treni't row 
Van Rensselaer Steam Cleansing 

and Dyeing, L'17 Xremout 
ZUgler Conrad, George, n. Jlaga- 

zine 

UyefttuflTs, JDrues, (fee 

Bangs Win. A. -Jj Kilby (.broker) 
Uual'ON dKLG AliLDS, J.C 

*^ I'ieree, agent, 4 Libert,y sq. 

Bost.rii Dyewooo and Clieniical 

Co. 110 .dilk 
UliAG DUN, TAVENEli, & CO. 

■" India 

(JOCllKANE A. & CO. W Broad 

(JUTLiCK A. L. & €0. 147 Milk 

L'OLSO.M C. E. & CO. 9 and 1.0 
^ India 

Freeman VV. F. & Co. 11 India 
Uilniau, I'ope, & Co. lia & bo Broad 
Howe .MajiJey,a7b Broadway 
Howe & French, tjy ajid 71 Black- 

stoue 
U UNNEWELL J. VV. & CO, 7 
^ and S (>jiimiercial wliarl 
1/ IN G 1^. X t. Sl CO. -U and 27 
-•^ lodia 

IVJAi, NASH, & W1NSL.OW. 
-'■'''- 132 Milk 
JU Eniill^L. BROS. 215 Slate 

i'cttes Geo. W. & Co. 128 Milk 
jJOOK, TOWME &CO. au India 

Keed Geo. U. & Sons, 570 Coin- 

lueii^ial (.liquid d>eii; 
Kice Jcdw d i^. & Co. 1U8 Milk 
lUuyer, Liabsou, it Co. 4a Ivnuy 
iucKciiiiau J. Sc Co. 25 i\ilby 

l,ur.)keis> 
Wadsworth, Howland, & Co. a4 

luuia 
"yy^EKS & DUrEE, I5« state 

Wuituey Dyewood and Dye Stuff 

null, .>lili, cor. VVeuster 
W mtuey D. K. Jt Co. iiu Milk 

Uai-tli Closets. 

Earth Closet Co. lU Doaiie 
£ast lu4iiu i£uut JlSittei-s. 

( 'LAlV GLU . F. y and ll Caia- 
^ hriuge (see page Ub9) 

l<:«l(;e-'X''uul» xUauufs. 

Bigelow E. W. 9 Green (spoke- 
Douglas Axe Manufacturing Co. 

D. u. Dana, treas. .ilo 1- eueral 
UuderhiU Urothtrs 71 llaveiluU 
UuderUiU i^dge Tool Co^ C. B. 

iliU, ireas. loy 1 eueral 

Klustic Croods MituuT. 

UOSl'ON ELASTIC FABKIC 

■'-' Co. -^i .MiiK 

'1'UliNi.n ULNKY & SON.elas- 

•^ tic wens, o.ancii otftceOo Milk, 

A. R. .. uchs, agi. 
Uiiiou Elastic Goous Co. 153 Essex 

li^lustic JKiilliis »>tui>i>ei-s. 

('Oi-'FIN & WOODNV.^KD, 132 
^ Central (.see page biJo; 

Jj^lastic ;»tuck.iiit£s, 

(Mu.M.^A it oiiUit iLi^r r', 13 
^ at 15 i reinout (.see page 069; 
I b.jH^H JiGJ:4ii.i.i.\L, 1 iiamnion 
■^ place 
Yy" 111 lE C. W. & CO. 99 Court 

£Iectriciiiu». 

Anders G. 1j. 4'I llauover 
uean Edwin L. ol Water 
14 ii^i.. 1 uo.uaS, 19 Biomtield 

lieiniugtou Win. H. 1732 Wash. 
V» lute vVm. xi. 1 Jellerson place 

\,Ull^L,lA.>10 C. JK. lOJ Court 

' (.see pa^e lii Uj 

J:^Ieelru Silver Platers. 

( ;aRLl.lON A. D. b VVai>i.ing- 
^ ton 

*:iecarotyper» auU Ster- 
cut>'i>ei'B. 

K.VILEY & GiLi.EKr,U4!iudb(j 

•" 1 eder, 

uo a i. OS p 1 

iOUNuRY, George oeaKe, 
prtb., 19 dpnug lane (see 

UOol°0.i' TYFE FOUNDRY, 
D. Watson, treas. Si Kiloy 
Gates Brotiier. , 19 Spring lane 



DETERS C. J. &. SON, 5 'Wasli- 
■*■ ingtoii (see page Wi!) 
pHELl'S, DALTON, & CO. 5;i 
■'■ Wushington (see, page lyiif) 
l>OCKVVEi>L Jk CHURCHILL, 
it jj^ WasiuiiKton 
Stark, Stanley, & Co. 51 Water 
VVHITCOAIB H. C. & CO. 15 
♦ * Water 

Wilcox J. \>l., Charles, cor. Cam- 
bridge 
A<.Ievator Aluiiuti). 
13 .\LD WIN & CLARK, 1U(J Fed- 
■" eial 

( i.\..U'BELL, WHITTIEK, & 
^ CO. J (li Tremont 
IVI CLAU iliLLN GEO. T. & CO. 
-^'-'- 129 Fulton (see page «74J 
jyicLE.vN CllAS. R, iub i^ewig 

Tufts Otis & Co. 71) Sudbury 
£lucutiou. 

Aptborp 11. O. il Summer 
1-JAXTLR STACY, la iremout 
^-' row, room (voice builuing, 

See page liiiaj 
Drew Lucia W. Miss, 3b Winter 
J^EilNAKu T. Jt. lib Tremont, 

house 5i' do. (piace 

Malcomue H. M. Miss, li W.neriy 
C loNl-_, 1'. D. r- Rev. 19 Xre- 

mont row, room 11 

Jb^uibaliuiUK. 

Fletcher John, Liskine House 
JBnibIein:itlc Si£ns. 

J} UBILR & CO. 23 E.xciiange (see 

^^ page biJSJ 

Uiubossed Xicl&ets. 

TJt-NAlSON & CO. /I -Milk 

liJiubusMiuti' Sttaiaips. 

■J^RlGllA.M VV. C. & CO., IS 
-•^ Brattle sq. (see page iiH) 
(|UTlt,R, jLoWF,li, & CO. bS 
'-' Milk 

fJKLN lEK MANUF. CO. 14 
■*- Kiibj 

Kinbrutdery i!itaiuper». 

Bigeiuw M. li. (.gold and sdver), 

1(9 Wasuingtoii 
Clapp Jonii u. & Co. lu(i Tremont 
Giauy M. 1'. Jliss, 37 Winier 
JjaiiiU H. C. Mrs. 43 VVinier 
Farsons Jic Gib bey, ja Winter 
Stales L. J. 2.» W luier 
Wasley J. H. u VV inier 
Wuiteuelu L. Mrs. 2S Winter 

jmuiery <k Jiuiery Paper 
uiiu vluia. 

U.\EUER, ADAMSOJf, & CO. 
■" 143 .uilk 

(lORBLil' A. O. 13 Battery- 
'^ iiiaicu (.emery all sizes, also 
emery cloth, copper and brass 
wire,— see page Oi-^ 
1/ lAG U. Vvi.ii^xj:.R & CO. 51 
-^^ ICilby 
lyl Ai .V CO. 1 Broad (see inside 

"^ back cover) 
ivusaelideaae (.uianul.). Si Central 
Smyrna i-iueiy Mills, 51 Kiiuy 
yy iLtvl.NaoN jL. J. Ji: CO. 2 
Waou. (see page 794) 

£uiery tVlieels, MuUd. 
Exceioior Emery Wneel and 

none \^o. b9j r ederui 
IjAiON SlOAt. >^0. 29 Kilby 
^ (see inside oack cover) 
yy"li..lvu\aOi\ A. J. at Co. 2 
W aou. (see page 794) 

Ji^mpluyiueiit A.g;eut8. 

(Sti^ai.M iiiltiUyuacu Ujjiccs.) 
Harding S. B. -Mrs. US;j Wash. 
lUctveiVey R. 0o5 VVasu. 
Mo.se «£ iveitii, obo Wash, 
iracy -vl. u. ol7 Washington 

JJniporiuiii of J^^aslilouB. 

I )li,.>10Rr,sr M.\UA.>1E, l7 
-^ Temple pi. 

Ku^iue Uuse. 

UOYDJA.MEsii SONs,27Mer- 

chanis low 
(J L A 1' F, l-VANS, & CO. 2S 
^' Summer (see page b9») 
(JLARtt. John, so Congress 

Uuiineinan & Co. 2fi Union 
JlUNT, TWllCHEi^L, & CO. 
"^ 97 Devonshire (.see page t;9«) 
1\I E VV E N G. L 1 .\ E N HOSE 
^^ MANUl'. CO., F. VV. Claes- 
seiis, treas.. 1(9 Washington 
(see front colored page) 



"iVAKEHOVSE /i A C 'TITV'PTT'D'K'C 3e» IVashlagtoa Street, Boston, 

lor tlie sale of \XJnLi3 H L^L UAXiOf K. ULUl^I^ljIV U» <iz Co., at low prices. 



162 



BOSTON BUSINESS DIEECTOET. 



a LLEN & ENDICOTT, S Lib- 
•^ ertv s*r. 

* TLANTIC -WOKKS, 72 Bor- 
-^ der, E. B. Hear North Ferry 
TJIRD GEO. M. 4 CO. TO Lewis 
-^ (see paee G7(>) _ 

fiAMFBELL, WBITTIEK & 
^ CO. 1176 Xrenwut, near Rug.- 

gles 
CHEMICAL FIKE ENGINE 
^ CO. Hil Sudbtinr 
f-lHUKBtrCKS. E. & SONS,9ri 
^ Tremont 
(100K, RYMES, & CO. a« Char- 

HAWES & IIERSEY, Second, 
cor. £. 
U AWK1N9 0. C. 2 Bath 

iq OAULEY J. C. «t CO. JS Caa- 
-'■-'■ toiM-Huuse street 

McLAUTIJl>IN CiKO. T.& CO. 
!■'(> FiUtoii Csee paee B74) 
MCLEAN CUAS. K. iCO Lewis, 
E. B. 
McMDHTKIE HORACE SCO. 
51 Waier 
OSBOKN l.OUIS, 72 Marsinal, 
opp. Cuiiard wliarf, E. B. (see 
page 670) 
pUTNAM & ALLEY, 3 FeOera) 

WOODS 3. A. & CO. 67 Sudbury 

engiue» (Caloric). 
"TIRIPP A. W. 137 S«uth 
Engineers (CmiMruetinff). 

ANDUEN ALB AN, 4 Libcily 
•'*■ sijuaie 

Jacksnn Wro. H. .>" Sehool, rm. G 
pARKEKClIARl-ESH. 15 State 

Ensineei-* (//or/JCMWui-oi). 

\\rHITELEY EDWARD, 61 

'• Chariestown 
WrOUDWARU REUBEN T. 9 

'' Slate 

Engineers (Ilydnmlic.') 

TJERSCHEL CLEMENS, 9 State 
-^^ room 7 

TACKSON WM. U. .'S School, 
*^ room G 

UHEUD & SAWY^ER, 7 Court sq. 
^ room 3S (sec page VUH) 

Engineers (iJechanical). 

A MERICAN TOOL AND MA- 
■"• CHINE CO. S4 Kingston 

ANDKEN ALBAN, 4 Liberty 
-^ sq. 

■RATES MOSES, 51 Water, room 
-" 3» (see page 644) 
Gates S. K. 46 Court 
Grosveuor J. A. 11 I'emberton sq. 
Harrison Win. U. 66 State 
Hibbard W. C. 40 Slate 
Hill Increase S. 43 Maverick, E.B. 

I OMB.aRu N. C. H) State, room 
■^ 44 (see page 6.'»y) 
Merritt & Hayes, i«l Utica 

SUEDU & SAW YER, 7 Court sq. 
room oH (see page ti«6} 
UPAUl.DIiNU Si STAPLES, K8 
^ Lincoln 
Thompson Wm. H. 16 Pemberton 

square 
Tutts Otis, 70 Sudbury 
■Wickersbam W. 13 I'emberton sq. 
Wilde -VI. S. G. S3 Sears building 

Engineer (.Mining). 

_CKSON 
room G 

Engineers (Steam). 

Grosvenor J. A. 11 Pemberton sq. 
Harrison Win. H. W State 
Robin son J. K. l)i State (consult- 
ing and superintending) 

Engineer (Telegraphic). 

Farmer M. G. 15 Congress 

Engineer. (Topographical.) 

■DATEMAN CHAS. H. 7 Court 
■'-' square, rooms 41 and 42 (see 
page 7U0; 

Engraved Aletal Signs. 

POGG JULIAN A. 1141 Wash- 



Engravers. 

Adam» Thoujas W. 517 Wash. 
Aihnan G. Wm. 3(1' Bronrafieic! 

(silver) 
Allen Benj. F. H4 Water (wood) 
Allen 3. N. 84 Water (wood) 
Alleoud Henry, 46 Temple plaee 
Andrew John & Son, 5 Temple pi, 

(wood) 
.^ndrtws Joseph, K2 Trenx)nt 
Berry &' IJouv«, 1 j West (plate) 
UEKKY J. a J. & CO. 68 Coru- 
^ hill 

Bolton J. B.221 Washington 
■DOS'TON HAND Si. AMP CO. 
-■-* 48 Winter 

Bouve E. ^\ . 6Bron>fieW (plate) 
Boynton G. W. ^a! Wash, (plate) 
Bradford L. H. U B omfield 
UKICBEK*CONANT, 19 Tre- 
■"' mont row (wood) 
Briscoe Uansel, 158 Washington 
PROW.N C. F. 16B Wash, sdooj- 
■^ plates) 

Brown Nathan, 4tf Court, (wood) 
Brown 9. E. 144 Wash, (wood) 
UL FFORD JOHN H. 4SXI Wash. 
■'-^ (stone, steel, and copper) 
VlUiMTEiN A. 51 Water (see page 
■^ (»S) 

Clapp Geo W. 3 Bromfield 
^LaXTON E. L. 171J Trem©Bj 

Cobb F. Whitney ,33 Sthool, rosi» 

SlKliihograph) 
Daniels J. H. S>1 Wash, (plate) 
J)EARBORN N. S. 24 School 

Fenno Charles H. 165 Wash. 

FlettherG. J. f. 144 Washington 

L^OGG .lULIAN A. 1141 Wash- 

■* ington (letter and ornan'iental) 

PORBES W. H. m CO. 159 Wa»h- 

-* ington 

Kreerjuii Charles F. 84 Wash. 

Gitler Charle», ftH Court 

(1 ORHAM W. S. 12 Schoo) 

Greene Henry F.SSIS Wash. 
Griffin 11. F. 4J Bedford 
Haslfell Lyman, fti Hanover 
TTILL FRANK, 6% Court (wlver 
•*A plate) 

Jenks L. E. 12 Wist (silver) 
Jessoii Robert, 7 Province court 
Johnson & Uyer, 91 Wash, (wood) 
Kellogg 3. G. 2:i8 Wash, (steel) 
Ken.irick D.T. 21 BromHeld(steel) 
Kilburii 9. S. 96 Washington 
Lawlcr Wm. 2ii8 Wash, (silver ftc.) 
Libby E. W. 3 Bromtield (silver 

ware) 
T OWELl, * BRETT, 228 Wash- 
■^ ington, (engravers & station- 
ers) 
JjUNT A. M. 51 Water f-wood) 

MAR GOT BROTHERS, 23 
Water 
Matthews G. H. St Co. 129 Wash- 
ington (wood) 
Mayer Julius & Co. 4 State 
lyilTCllELL A. W. & CO. 9 

-*■ Change .ivenue 
Mitchell Henry, 5 Tremont (stone 

and ^eai) 
Mitchell Henry A. V, Bedford 
Mo.se G>o. H. 158 Washington 
Morse W. H. 147 Tremont (wood) 
.Murray Alexander U. ^5 Bronitield 
■MOVELTY MaNUF. CO. 50 
^^ Sudbury 

UACEY * CALEY% 2 Spring 
''■ lane 

PRINTER MANUF. CO. 14 
-»■ Kilbv 

Pierce W.J. 109 Wash, (wood) 
pLU.MERJ. P.& CO. 3:?J Waah- 
-^ ington 

RICHARDS, EVANS, & CO. 
114 Washineton 
Richards J. B. 33 School, room'38 

(lithographic) 
Rudd Nathaniel, 96 Wash. 
pUSSLLL ALBERT C.7 Mont- 
■'•'' gomery place (wood) 
■RUSSELL & KICHARDSON, 
■'^'' 186 Washington, (wood) 
UARGENT OSbORNE N. 142 
^ Washington 
Smith H. W. H9 A Tremont 

(steel) 
'— ="■ ^idney L 
.R W] 
School, room 15 
Stockwell F. F. 99 Court 
C TRAUSS F. A. 339 Washington 

Stuart F. T. 42 Court (steel) 
Studley B. W. 26 Bromdeld 
CWETT CYRUS A. 34 School, 
'-' room 13 (steel and copperplate) 



Wi 



Talbot Henry S. SSTCorrrt 
Taylor J. L. 81 Wash, (wood) 
Troschler A. & Co. 18& Wash. 
Tuttle Otis P. 283 Washington 
■WALDBON J. V. & BRO. 115 
'' Court 

Walker Wm. F. 395 Washington 
Wilcox J. A. 3. 22» Wash, (steel 
plate) 

Bank Noie.f. Bonds, Bills of Ex- 

chan(je. Certificates, Drett^s, S(c. 

A .MERICAN BANK NOTE CO. 

■'* A. Claxton Cary, manager, 30 

Stale (see pujfe 641) 

CONTINENTAL BANK NOTE 
CO., Anrastrong, MeLellan, 
and Green, agervts, 15 Bowker 

Engravers' Tools. 

POWER J. H. & CO. 6 Pearjf 
St. House 
riLKINSON A. J. & CO. 2 
Washington (sec page 704) 
EngravingM. 
Cabot J. F. & Brother, 89 Sudbury 
UODGE, COLLIER & PER- 
■*-^ KINS, lis Washington (see 

page 641) 
Drew C. * G. H. 22 Tremoat 
VLLroT, BLAKESLEE, & 
^ NOYES, 127 Tremont 
PURNALD & CA.VIBKIDGE 
■^ 121 Court (see page 701) 
Gould J. Jay ft Co. 99 Court 
UASKELL& ALLEN, 14 Han- 
-^ over 

Lowery J. G. 148' Eliot 
jyrOULToN B. S. 13 Hanover 

R iss & Hatchman, 480 Wash. 
Sargent Charles H. 69 Cornhill 
Sinclair Dancau D. 16 Boylston 
WILLIAMS & EVERE'^l'T, 219 
' ' Washington 

Envelope Manufs. 
TiOSTON DOCUMENT EN- 
■" VELOI'E CO. 11 John 
n ARTER BROS. & CO. 27 Milk 



EAN & OO. 11 John 
.OWELL & BRETT, 228 Wash. 



D 



Smith Sidney L. 11 Bromfield 
gPEAR WILLIAM F. S4 



CAMfSON & PLATT, 19 Ex- 
^ change (dealers) ^ 

Eraslble Xai>lets. 

AMERICAN TABLET MANU- 
FACTURING CO., H. A. 

Cla. k, 29 Brattle 

Excelsior Atanufs. 

Blanchaid William, 11 Fulton 
UOSlON EXCELSIOR CO., 
^ li. C. Jones, agent, 26 Canal 

Expresses. 

(See also Index.) 
ALLEY WILBUR R. 1055 
■"■ Washington 

l^ECAiURS EXPRESS, Bos- 
■^ ton and South End, 1365 Tre- 
mont, 71 I'ynchon, 32 Court 
sqaare and 51 lirattle, leaves 
Highlands, 8 a.m. 2 E.M., leaves 
Boston 11 A.M. and 5 P.M. 
"fJATCH & CO., New Bedford, 9 
-'-'• Miilk, and 31 Court square 
UAULUING, New Bedford, 8 
■^ and 10 Court square 

Eye and Ear Institute. 

J^MEDLEY A. H. 1^9 Tremont 

Eyelet Maclilnes. 

Eyelet Tool Co., S. E. and G. W. 
Rubbius, agents, 9 Green 

Fan Blowers. 

TViAY & CO. 1 Broad (see inside 
■^■^ buck cover) 

*jrURTEVANT BENJ. F. 72 
•^ Sudbury 

Eancy Boxes. 
nONANT A. & CO. 105 Hanover 

Fancy Feathers. 

JJARPER & CO. 44 Temple pi. 

Fancy Ooods. 

'Importers and Wholesale Dealers. 
Abbott John K. 15 Harrison ave. 
Abbott J. H. 52 Essex, and 15 

Harrison avenue 
ABBOTT & BROOKS, 18 West 



Gas-Pipes "^^^S^lttaf Meters e«nne_cted_a_t.short^notlce. 



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163 



Allen Ezra & Son, 233 Wnsh. 
Almozninu Jacob, W West (Turk- 

isli) 
Antcliffe John, .1I(» Summer 
Avcrill 11.46 unil Mi Cniubridge 
Kiiker Elizii A. I.'U Wurren 
Baker J. S. II Summer (fancy 

aprons) 
♦UANFIKLn.FORRISTALL.fc 
t» CO. *< and rA) Federal and 
10.5 ('flnf;rc8s (see pngefiliS) 
Barnes C. H. l-1i« Wusliiiigton 
Barrett Brew. l(i ; Hnniiver 
Bates (ieo. H. W. S; Co. (54 Federal 
•Bates J. L. IL-I WusliinKton 
Bauckinnn Cliiiiiiiiiii IJT.j Wash. 
BuxtiT O. I*. IINI Washington 
B.-ekel .t W.>l(f, L41 Washington 
, Belhimv Wiiliiim,/" Frankli i 
. UIGKl.HW, KE.\NARD,& CO. 

■" ,r.l Wiishinirton 
Bloilgett C. .W;i W.ishinKton 
UOSTON UiATITE CO., A. C. 
^ Cushing, treas. -iil W»sh., 

room A 
Bourne Marv A. !(V,t Brooks 
DKADBROOK ALBERT, 15 
^ Marehalt 

Bras'hnann fc Marshall, 29 Avon 
iiraman C. A. lOTl Wa.shingtoa 
BranseoMibe iM. Mrs. <>IXI Wash. 
Brimner .Vnn,« Burder 
Brooks D. B. & Bro. .i5 Wash. 
Brown E. J. Sl> G^een and U Lev- 
eret t 
Bryant «; Olnev, 4.'! Tremont (dry) 
BrVner J.57 El'ot 
ButtertieM S. E. .Miss, 3(1 Maver- 
ick square 
Canning & .Maore, R.S Green 
Cassidv M. A. 1 Pincknev 
/'"HASIBERLIN GE(J"RGE, & 
^ CO. nil Wasiiii.gron 
Chandler .Mary A. SO Beach 
Chatel M. 7 West 
Christie A. F. Miss, ]S1:5 Wash. 
Clark E. K. 21W Wasliinaton 
Clark ,Inhn B. 1771 Washinftton 
Clark t Pitts, 19S Sumner, E.B, 
Cohen Michael, .340 Hanover 
Coleman Lewis fc Co. 9 and 11 

Chaunev 
•Cormerais H. & Co. Ho and 37 

Feileral 
Cowl.y .M. Mrs. .393 Sumi.er.E.B. 
Craig J. S., Neponset avenue, «or. 

-Mihot 
rjRAN'E CORDIAL, 1.507 Wash- 
^ ington 

Creech Horace C. iH'i Wash. 
Creech Samuel W. .SdJ Wash. 
Cunningham P. F. 1'. Guild row 
Cross B.thucl T. L'Oll Wash. 
Crow Geo. (i4.5 Tremont 
Cushing Lviuan F. :!.'7 Wash. 
Cutter Geo". 11.113 Tremont 
•Cutter, Hvde, i Co. 52 Chauncy 
Deiu-born j. N. 201 Hanover 
nODGE, COLLIER, & PER- 
^ KINS 11.5 Wash. (seep. 641) 
Dodge J. S. 84 Hanover 
Donovan .\I. A. .Miss, filO Trera't 
Downs E. N. 327 -» ashingtou 
Dunbar 1 F. & Co. «0 Green 
•Dunham C. ft Co. tj7 Milk 
Elliott Eossell DM .Merldian,E.B. 
Ellis .Mary M. 5S Warren ton 
Evans £. .\. Mrs. 144 Broadway 
Farnsworth Robert J. 102Carabd'g 
FarweJl Addi.-ion .Mrs., Hancock, 

near Columbia, ward 1(> 
Ferg«-on F. M. .Miss, IXb' Cabot 
Fifield .M. B. .Mrs. ai:! Dudley 
Flujk .M. C. ••■>!> Dorchester 
Flynn M. J. 53 Harvard 
♦Fogg Jt Sawyer, 97 Hanover 
Freeman & Co. "1.5 WashinRton 
PRENCH ABRAM & CO. 151 
*• and 1.53 .Milk 
Gallagher Wm. Mrs. 304 Meridian 

and IMO Princeton 
Garaage Bros. .54 Federal 
Gleason E. fe ,M. 3S»3 Wash. 
Grace k Conlev, 54 Warren 
Gray John C. (11 Washington 
Green F. A. 521 Washington 
'riRISVV(»LD D. C. &.'CO. 161 
^ and \m Devonshire 
Gross P. I7.»3 Washineton 
Guinzbur.h M. & WM Broadway 
Harms L. A. 41 We«t 
Hassane Onmr, 53 West 
Hawes Brothers, liw Washington 
Hecht Brothers, 32 Summer 
Herman F. 166 Washington 
•jy^EYER BROS. 1(K) Summer 

Holbrook C. W. 599 Washington 
•Hood M. C. (t Co. 'M Devonshire, 

and 91 Dudley 
Uopkins J. Mra., Meridian, cor. 

Monmouth 



Hotop F. J. & Co. 46 Chauncy 
Houghton E., Cedar, near River 
HouBJiton S. S. & Co. 55 Tremont 
Howe H. F. .58 Green 
Hunt J. G., N. E. cor. Faneuil 

Hall Market 
Hunter!,. O. .5,8 West Cedar 
J-[URD W. J. 50 Kneeland 

•Ives D. P. X: Co 47 Mdk 
Jackscm Mirv J. Mrs. 47 Leverett 
.lohnson Wni. F. 40.S Cambridge 
•Ji.ncs J. A. & Co. 27 Avon 
Kahlheofcr Christian, 2(i .\dnms 
Kean J. E. Miss, (i; .VIeridian,E.B. 
KeelerF. M. k Co 41 Summer 
•ITELLEY & EDMA.\L)S, 156 

"- Wa.«hington 
•Kennard C. W. &: Co. 122 Trera't 
Keves !•". V. Miss, 800 Wash. 
Kimha.l D. F. .% Co 1413 Wash. 
Kiiiib dl T. R. 1263 Washington 
Lme E. J. * Co. 19 Summer 
Lang Adelia, .351 Treujont 
Lathe S Armstrong. 321 U'way 
•Levin James F. & Co. 11 Bromfi'd 
»Lewis M. A & Co. 6 Milk 
•Linntman C. A. 28 Cliauncy 
Loring J. P. :?.3 Winter and 12 

Tremont row 
r O U G E H G. H. & CO. 1601 
'-' Wash. & 83 Lenox 
Lovtyoy Alvan L. 229 Washington 
Low A. F. .55 Meridian 
Mahao E. J. 161 Shawmut 
Marks B. A. ,St Co. .5A7 Wash. 
Mirks E. .M,s. 165 Tremont 
•.May Manufacturing Co. 164 Fed'l 
Mcliiide F. 121 Dudley 
McClosky John, 2 Meridian, and 

Meridian, cor. London, E.B. 
McDermolt Mary A. 1S34 Wash. 
.McDonald .\nnie, 14 Myrtle 
McDonald Mary, (S Lincoln 
McKenna Margaret, 2'.t2 .Meridian 
McLean O. U. Mrs. & Co. 841 

Washington 
McManus Anna A. Mrs. 21 Meri- 
dian. E.B. 
Mendum J. O. Mrs. 707 Tremont 
Merrill E. 173 Washington 
Newhal! A. Mrs. 249 Broadway 
Newton M. A. 711 Treiimnt 
Nicholson W.H.&Co.44.\ Summer 
•MOVELTY MANUF. CO. 50 

^ Sudbury 
Ordway & Co., Dor. ave. c East 
Ober E. H. St Co. 778 Wash. 
Owen Chas. W. 797 Washington 
Palmer M. A. .564 Dorch. ave. 
Parker J. B. & Co. 2.54 Washington 
•PARTRIDGE HORACE, 51 & 
-^ .5-3 Hariuver 
Pierce ft Sprague, 37 Clarendon 

(ladies') 
Pendleton L. 1. 13 Beach 
Pemberton T. Edward, 77 West 

Canton 
Pierce .A. S. Mrs. 129 London 
Pike Sarah, .371 Broadway 
Queenan James, 91 Meiidian, E.B. 
Richardson Henrietta. 40 Prince 
Ripley A. .Mrs. 1443 Washington 
Rogers F. W. & Co. 75 Summer 
Ryder Geo. W. 29 Leverett 
Ryder R. N. 294 Hanover 
Safford Geo. F. 20 .Maverick sq. 
•Salom Mark, .351 and .365 Wash. 

and 87 Hanover 
Sanborn E. W. B. 74 Cambridge 
•ZANDERS ik CROSViTELL, 23 
^ Chiiuncy (importers) 
Sawyer Laban, Beach, cor. Tyler 
Sawyer Wm. 573 Washington 
OEABURY ISAAC, 45 Hanover 

Seely Samuel W. 264 Meridian 
•Shaw, Livermore, & Co. 112 

Washington 
CIIEPARU HENRY C. 22 
*^ Court (see page 700) 
Slocum Abraham, .33.5 Broadway 
Slocum E. & Son, 733 Wash. 
Smith E. B. 66 Cambridge 
Smith F. R. 713 Tremont 
Solomon Jos & Son, 1941 Wash. 
Sondheim J. 727 Wasliini<ton 
Spaulding Jas. R. 177 Cambridge 
Spotford A A. 129 Warren 
Stewart E. C. 1261 Wash. 
Stoddard Geo. W. 68 Yeoman 
Stone E. T. Miss, 277 Br.iadway 
(^TORY k MELLEN, 112 Tre- 
*^ moot (German') 
Stuart A. 183.S Wasnington 
Sutro Theodore, 28 Winter, r'ra 13 
Swift E. M. ft Co. 44.i Summer 
Tasker Bros. 4.J.5 Broadway 
Taylor Wm. E. 45 Green 
•Temple Chas. E. 112 Court 
Tewkibury M. Mrs. 13 .Monmouth 
Thompson C. I. 262 Meridian 



Thompson & Adams, ,307 B'way 
Thornton N. W. 156 Broadway 
Tolnian Geo. S. & Co. 255 Wash. 
Toppan F. B. 19 West 
Townsend Gemge, 2)16 Wash. 
Treat Wm. P. Airs. 7 Henry, and 

3<l .Maverick aqnare 
Tufts Gardner G. 4«8 Wash. 
Walker E. H. I.53J Cniobridge 
Wallach A. & E. 202 Wushiutfton 
Watson T. R. 5 Harrison ave. 
Wcnbom Jane, 112(i Tieniont 
Westburg .Mary A. 16 Maverick 
Weston John H. 3(i Central square 
White S. fc Son, 31 Green 
Whimey M. S. Mrs. 573 I'remont 
Whitney Wm. 113 Dorchester 
Wilder Wm. W. 191 Wash. 
Williams C. T. 16U Washington 
Williams ft Byard, 1:1.3 Ltfverett 
Wilmot Myron, .371 Washington 
Wolf Louis, ,34 Chauncy 
Wood John H. 108 Court 
Woodman H A. 59 Winter 
Zakrzewska W. J. 1041 Wash. 

Fancy l.eatliei-. 

WHITE BROS. & KlLliURN, 
145 Summer (see page 665) 

Fancy Woodn. 

pAKKER H. & CO. 10 Travers 

ULEEPER, JOHNSON, & CO. 

•^ 27, -jH. and ,31 Portland (see 
page 662) 

Farm Asrents. 

ChapinGeorse H.24 Trrmontrow. 
Gleason L. W. fc Co. III2 Wash, 
Nason & Metcalf, *i School 

Fsiucets. 

WALWORTH JAMES J. & 
^^ CO. 1 Bath 

2 ANE JOSEPH fc CO. .81 Sud- 
" bury (self-closing and hot 
water) 

Feathers, Beds, <tc. 

(.See aZjso JJet/dvig, Featners^ etc.) 

Brabrook E. H. 4 and 6 Union 

« ROOKS WM. P. B. & CO. 114 

" blackstone 

( J R A Y & B A I L, 32 and 34 

^ Uiiicm and 19 Friend 

UALLETT, FAY, & CO. 17 

■"-^ Doc It sq. 

TT O L .M A N JOHN & CO. 60 

^^ Union 

TNSTITUTION FOR THE 

-^ BLIND, 29 Bromtield, (see 

p;ige«9l) 
WHEELER A W. & CO. 21 
♦' Union 

Feather Dusters. 

PACKARD & BURRILL, 33 

Exchange 
gHOURDS 0. F. 286 Washington 

VyORCESTER & AUSTIN, 86 
Cliardon (see page 675) 

Feather Trimuilngrs. 

Gidney P. .M. 32 Winter 
J-J_aRPER & CO. 44 Temple pi. 

Feed tor Horses and 
Cattle. 

ATATHEWS D. P. 1.56 Commer- 
■^'^ cial 

Felt Manufs. 

T3ACON JOHN II. 1 Union, 
*^ manuf. at Winchester 
(JHAPMAN .t Si(»UEN, 104 
'-' Water (roofing felt) 
T OWELL FELTING .MILLS, 
*^ Putnam & Alley, agents, 3 

Federal 
JJEW ENG. FELT ROOFING 

CO. 5 Liberty square (rooting 

felt) 
pUTMAN & ALLEY, 3 Federal 

UTOREY J. C. & CO. 10 State 

(rooting) 
U. S. & Foreign Salamander Felt- 
iug Co. 27 Doane 

Fertilizers. 

^MES PLOW CO. Quincy Hall 

Bartlett C L. ft Co. 16 Broad 
Boston .Milling Co. 4;5 Broad 
Bradley Wm. L. 24 Broad 
J^LLIS GEORGE, 89 Franklin 

/^i ORELEY G. H. 15 Doane 



BrOTl!7P« ninplrc Vaeoe CAKM RECFIVEK.S, Ac, 369 Washineton 
XflUIlZeS, V/IOCKS) vases, street, Boston, J£.HUI.L,I2V6S<feCO. 



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BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Fertilizers— continved. 
JJ^OVEY & CO. 53 N. Market 

JJOXIE T. W. St CO. 38 Long 

-^ wharf 
T EONARD, SON, & CO. 4 Lil>- 
-^ erty square 

pAKKt-H X GANNETT, 49 N. 
^ Market and 4*5- Merchants row 
Tucker Joseph A. 13 Doane 

File ]Vt:inud.cturer». 

A BBOT 1 & HOWARD, U Oli- 
-^*- ver 

Earl, Smith, Sc Co. 102 Federal 

UlRTll THO.VIAS & SONS, 11 

^ Oliver 

Gorman M. 92 Beverly 

14 AWKS WORTH WILSON, 

^^ ELLISON, & CO. li & SLiber- 

ty square (see page 66(>) 
Kilner James, 40 Dorchester ave. 
Moore Bros. (i& Lewis, hJ.B. 
CMALL, WETHERELL,* CO. 
^ U and 8 L berty square (see 

page tVHi) 
Sunderlaud Si Ogden, P, corner 

First 
TiAKT JOHN B. 10 Oliver (sse 
-*■ front colored page) 
WELCH & GRIFFITHS, 145 
' ' and 147 Federal (see p. tiSS) 

Fiiiaiic-isU A.Keiits. 

r AXGLEY, BERRY, & CO. 15 

Congress 
Fire Briflts, Clay and 
Xile. 

Beatley J. W. S2 Washington 
ROSl'O.V FIRE-BRIUIV AND 
-" CLAY MANUF. CO. James 
Edmond & Co. Sai Federal 
Davis & Chadilock, 115 Water 
FD.MOND JAMES & CO. 3W 
■'-' Federal 

TtOXIE T. W. & CO. ?S Long 
■'■^ wharf 

ATLRCHANT S. L. & CO., 2T 
^'^ Central wharf (see p. G43) 
PORTLAND STONE WARE 
■*• CO. G. D. Guodiich, agent, 

444 Federal 
pRESTON WALTER L 20 
City wharf (see page Wi) 

ALDO J. ADAN. 13 Liberty 

sq. (see front colored page) 

Fire Kitglues. 

pHEMlCAL FIRK ENGINE 
^ CO., Gibbsand Gordon, agts. 

tiO Sudbury 
Hunneman & Co. 26 Union 

Fire £sLtlnt:ult>lier8. 

American Consolidated Fire Ex- 
tinguisher Co. 95 Water 

New Ena. Chemical Eire Engine 
Co., Gibbs & Gordon, agents, 00 
Sudbury 

TlLDRETll & JOHNSON, 67 
Blackstone 

Fire Works. 

Creech S. W. 302 Washington 
TELLS B. T. & CO. 3 Hawley 



w- 



H' 



W* 



Fish. 

Dealers in Fresh Fish. 
Adams J. & Co. 27 Comni'l wharf 
Andrews, Kich, & Co. 9 and 11 

Comm'l wharf, north side 
AtKins J. R. .325 Leverett 
Atwood E. lOti Pleasant 
Atwood T. A. 150 Court 
AuU J. R. & Co. 26 Comm'l wharf, 

north side 
Bacon John & Son, I Boylston 

market (basement) 
Baker, Witherell, & Co. 35 and 36 

Commercial wharf 
Baker & Burroughs, 88 Kingston 
Barrett Samuel, 1247 Tremont 

(oyster.-) 
Bunney C. A. 785 Tremont 
Brown Joseph, '.) St. Charles mar't 
Brown S. F. 1 Winthrop blk. E. B. 
Brown, Seavey, & Co. 17, 18, 20, & 

34 Commercial wliarf 
Brown &Newhall, 78 W. Spring- 

lield 
UUNTING & EMERY, 53 & 54 
■^ Commercial wharf 
Chapman Amos & Co. 19 Charles 
Chapman Wm. N. 54 Si 56 Green 
Chipman E. 373 Broadway 
Chipman W. & Co. 107 Uorch. 
Clark & Snow, 29 Comm'l wharf, 

north side 
Cobb F. A. 131 W. Brookline 
Coleman, Son, & Co. 57 Comm'l 

wharf . 



Cook Richard, Dorch. ave. junct. 

Boston street 
Cook Robert, Thayer's Hotel, 

ward 16 
Cooley L. & C. E., Craigie's br'ge. 

(lobsters) 
Cushing D. W. 71 Pleasant 
Damon Geo. H. 1152 Wash. 
Delano Chas. 40 Orleans 
Dver Caleb, 1450 Washington 
Ellery H. C. 54 Wash, market 
EnsUn Edward, 1384 Tremont 
Foster J. frank, 601 Fouith 
Freemm Jas. E., Williaois market 
Freeman & Co. Lewii wharf, cor. 

Atlantic avenue 
H ndford A. P. llO'Harrisira ave. 
Harding F. E.20Com'l whf. north 

side 
U rlley J. W. & Co. n Comm'l 

wliarf 
Harrington J. A. & H. L. 450 

Bmaaway 
Hurringt.>n N., Havre, c. Sumner 
Ujrris Matthew, II Dudley s 103 

Warn-n 
HaskfU Wm. jr. 1!M Cambridee 
Haskins M. W. & Bro. 38 Comm'l 

wharf 
Ha«8on John, 40 Hampden 
Hawes J. Y. 342 Hanover 
j-TILL D. 3k. & CO. 24 and 25 

Comm'l. wharf 
Hill G. L., Neponset ave. near 

Mi not, ward I(> 
Hillard Richard W. IS' Central sq. 
Holbrook U. A. & Co. » Comm'l 

wharf 
Hopkins R. R. 1178 Wash ngton 
Howes Richard A. & Co. .51 Com'l 
Jackson G. D. W Anderson 
Johnson B. C. .34 Ch.irle8 
Johnson & Smith. 40 Bromfield 
Kiiowles L. II. :i.3G Sumner, E.B. 
Lakeman R.W. 103C 
Lewis s Harding, 26 Comm'l whf, 

north side 
Lomba d D. 121 Chambers 
Marston John & Cf^. I I^wis whf. 

and 207 Commer'-ial 
Mayo R. L. 28 Commercial wharf, 

north siile 
McKinley Ed ward, .323 Sumner 
Morse L. M. 247 .Meridian 
Nason Samuel C. 1779 Wash. 
Oakes Geo. H. 219 Broadway 
Paine Barzillar & Son, Adams, 

ward 16 
Paine 1. B. .308 Tremont 
Parsons & Co. 43 & 44 Com'l whf. 
Phillips Wm. 119 .Marginal 
Poison Alexander, Park, cor. Fx- 

change, and Field's cor. wd. 16 
Proctor Chas. 9 St. Charles market 
Puffer Napoleon B. 296 Shawmut 

avenue 
Randall & Nelson, 47J Kingston 
Rich N. D. 17 Guild row 
Riley Si .Mantor, 827 Washington 
Rogers, Stone, & Co. .32 Com. whf. 
Rollins T. W. 185 Snmner, E.B. 
Russell S. P. (agent) 247 Harr. ave. 
Rugg & Litchfield, 108 Blackstone 
Ryder Gilman M. 12.32 Wash. 
Saville James B. 17 Church 
Shattuck C. P. 1 Boylston market 
Skinner James, 19 Dorch. 
Small John, ir. 60 Beach 
Smith John'si Son, 7.i8 Wash. 
Smith L. A. & Co. .30 Com'l whf. 
Smith W. H. 28 Derne 
Snow & Fuller, II and 12 Com'l 

wharf 
Sparrow T. C. 15 Comm'l wharf 

north side 
Stockell Geo. L. jr. 680 Harr. ave. 
Stone George G. 105 Cambridge 
Stoye C. H. 154 Camoridge 
I'aylor Benj. F. 409 Dorchester 
Taylor H. E. & Co. 6 Com. wharf 
Tripp Geo. D., Tremont market 
Upton h. A. 1560 Wafhiiigton 
Webb Joseph, 1311 Tremont 
Webber Bros. 139 Shawmut ave. 
Wiley & Stubbs, 55 and 56 Com'l 

wharf 
Wilson J. A. 6.32 Tremont 
Winsor J. M. 687 Tiemont 
Wood Lowell M. 559 Tremont 

Dealers in Salt and Pickled Fish. 

Baker, Witherell, & Co. 35 and "6 

Commercial wharf 
Batchelder & Co. 41 Long wharf 
Brown, Chickering, & Co. '224 State 
Brown Edward, 35 Long wharf 
Burr F. & Co., Carleton's wharf 
Clark & Woodward, Fort Hill wf. 
Curtis John, 80 Norfolk avenue 
Davis S. G. & Co. 56 Long wharf 
Endicott S. A. & Co. 222 State 



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Freeman, Knowles, & Co. Snow's 
whurf 

Gerrish, French, St Co. 21 Com- 
mercial and Carleton's whf.E.d, 

Green J. VV.2.16State 

Haskins M. W. & Bro. 37 and 3» 
Commercial wharf 

pi ILL D. Jk. & CO. 24 and '25 
Commercial wharf 

Holbrook U. A. & Co. 9 Com. whf, 

Howes Richard A. & Co. 51 Com. 

Jones T. J. & Co. 218 Broad 

Leavitt B. & Co., Philadelphia 
Packet Pier 

Lincoln T. W. 242 Friend 

jy[ ANN A. W. 180 Broad 

[ARKHAM & HAWLEY, 
-Marginal, cor. Jetiries, E. u. 
(see page 681) 
Mayo Henry & Co. 5 Commerce 
Mayo iVoah,Jr., Atlantic ave. cor 
Long whf. and Clark's wht.,E.B 
Nicker^on £. & Co. 7 Commerce . 
Nickerson Edward G. 42 Long wf. 
, Parsons & Co. 44 Comin'l wharf 
Peterson D. 22 Pleasant 
Patnam .4.ug. W. 7.39 Broadway 
Rich Isaac Si Co. 35 Com'l 
Kieh Richard, Maverick, near Jef- 
fries 
Rich Si Co. 51 an-l 52 Long wharf 
Ross C. H., 4.30 Broadway and 

Lowland 
Siiow David, jr. & Co. 204 and 20& 

Broad 
Snow E. Si Sons, 30 New 
Suow Franklin & Co. 4 Atlantic 

ave., head T wharf 
Suow & fuller, II Comm'l wharf 
Tri'dick & Kuapp, .39 Long wharf 
YV"HJEJii-EK F". D. 88 Comm'l 



Dealers in Smoked Fish. 
Allen James, 5 Union ct. E.B. 
Curtis John, .SO Norfolk avenue 
Burr Francis St Co., Carlton's wf. 
ANN A. W. ISO Broad 



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giual, corner Jetfiies, E.B. 
(see page 681) 

Fish Curers. 

ARKHAM & HAWLEY.Mar- 
ginal, cor. Jeltiies, E.B. (see 
page 681) 

Fishing Xuckle. 

RADFORD & ANTHONY, 
176 and 178 Wash. 
Bruce Si Whitney, IW Waih. 
I O VELL JOHN P. S: SONS, 27 
Dock sq. and 15 Washington 
EAD WM. Si SONS, 13 i'. fl. 
' square 

"aLKER p. H. &. CO. 6 F. H. 
square 

JPIaggiug. 

RALDWIN Si E.MERSON, East 
Dedham, near Albany (North 
River flagging) 

Flags. 

«OWEN R. S. Si CO. 18 North 

-" Market 

Jj]RlCKSON A. 38 No. Market 

L^EARING, RODMAN, AND 

■^ SWIF'T, 23 and 25 Com'l (see 

page 69s) 
T.AMPRELL &. MARBLE, 357 
•" Commercial 



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TyrAKriN james si son, lu 

■^*-'- Commercial (.see page 696) 
pOLLARuSi l^EIGUTON, 104 

Tremont 
VALE R. M. 14 Commercial 

Flavoring Extract SCan- 
ufacturers. 

Aiken A. 186 Saratoga 
Bowker H. u. Si Co. 29 Broad 
Burnett Joseph Si Co. 27 Central 
nUDLEY Si THORNTON, 67 
■^ Kilby 

Hursell J. C. 106 Water 
Leavitt John L. 64 Broad 
National Chemical Co., C. D. 

Weld 46 Central 
Preston «i Meriill L. 77 State 
Redding F. G. St Co. 24J Central 

Flax. 

Boston Flax Mills, Chas. T. Hub- 
bard treas. 85 Commercial 



n A C T?T YTTTT? 1?C at Manufacturers' Prices, 309 Washington St., Boston, 
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Floor Tile*. 

pRESTON W AI-TER I. 20 City 

TyALDO J. AOAN It Liberty 
'' 8q. (set' front colored pag<*) 

Florists. 

(Sec oho ytirnerfrnioi.) 
LACK JOHN A. -Ill Warren 



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Bowditch A. 10 Treiiwnt and S4S 

Warren 
Bowditch II. H. Sir? Warren 
Cluihbnck Chns. P. SiW Warren 
Conlev C. .lames & Co. ^M Trem't 
Curtis * CiMi, Kil Trcnvmt 
Davenport K., Mather, n. Dorch. 

ave. ward 1(1 
Dee * Doyle, RT Tremont 
Dervan .Tohn, L'71 Wasliinjrton 
Doo^ue Win. H7!) Washington 
Dorsey John D. .Wi Blue Hill ave. 
Ford D. N. & Co., Mather, near 

Dorch. ave. ward 1(> , 
Foster L. H., Dorch. av. nearCeu- 

tre, ward Hi 
Gulviii John * Co. fil Tremont 
Oreenliiw Alex. V-27 Washington 
Grnn'lel H. 104<i Shaw^mt ave. 
2J0VEY & CO. 53 N. Market 

TOHNSON & PICKARD, 6G« 
" WashiniTton 

Lnwier John, Aniton, cor. Gran- 
ite, wnril l(i 
Maroth John, Tliidson. n. Dudlev 
McCiilloi.ah W'm.. Bird lane.off G 
McDermott Andrew, Dudley, cor. 

Hampden 
McNulty E. P.. Wesley ave.c. At- 
lantic ave. wiir'l li; 
Morton S; Ford, 7 Bnwdoin square 
Murray ,1ns. Mrs. !l.i Blue Hill ave. 
Norton Brothers, Bowdoin, corner 

Green, ward Ui 
Regan dias. B. & Sop. ■Waahing- 

too, near Park, ward l(i 
Snow T. N., Mather, near Dorch. 

ave. wiinl Ifi 
CTRONG W. C. & CO. salesr'ni 
*-" 4 Beacon, nurserv nt Brighton 
Tarr Nath'l, 1L> Warrenton 
Temple Flower Mart.Maso. ic Tern 
Tompkins & Hollirook, Columbia, 

near Stanwoo'l ave. ward l(j 
Trautman AI. .W" Warren 
Varrell J. E. Miss. I.IH Tremont 
White Isaiah, 1(1(1 Tremont 

Flour * CSruin Dealers. 

Amer. Flour Co. IS Wash. M.nrket 
A RNOLD L. FRANK, 97 Low- 
■^ ell 

Aver & Farwell, 2 Commerce 
Baker Frank O. ":; Eliot 
Baker T. 1.54 Com mereia! 
Baleh W. P. 28 Blackstone 
Ballou .* Frv. 21 F. H. square 
Barker H. &- Co. 74; Commerciid 
Barrett John P. B.i Commcreial 
Beck F. A. .IK Eliot 
Belknap & Boyntim, 1 BIa«ksto«e 
Bemis& Browfi. Hill Milk 
Blake E. N. fc Co. 47 Commercial 
Blaney W. i >. .12 Comtncrc nl 
Bond Sewall B. S; Co. 114 Lincoln 
Boston Floui Co. 112 ITiiion 
Bosworth C. E Si Co !)h Lincoln 
ROWDLEAR S. G. & CO. 19< 

State (see cage 681 ") 
Bray, Robinsoii, & Co.'l,S2 State 
Brewer (t Fftwle. .il Commercial 
Brooks & Co. 1(17 Harrison avenue 
Bryant ,* Co. VM Causewav 
Bunker r. M. & Co. Xr, Broad 
Carter W. C. & Co., Charl stown, 

cor. Stiilman 
Chadboiirn H. & Co. 58 Com'! 
Chandler C. H, & Co. .1 Com'l 
Cheever Geo. H. 174 State 
Chickcrin^' Wm. 54 Commei«ial 
Clap «i Brother, 17.'! State 
Clark & Co. 27 and 2S So. Market 
Connell P. l(i(> Commercial 
Crocker, Smith, & Co. l.W State 
Crockett Hroth.^rs, H Central whf. 
Crosby S. A Son, 21 Dorchester av. 
Crowell P. & Sim, 7<l Commercial 
Cumminjis C. H. & Co. 44 Com'l 
Cufihinan C. S. 8 and l(t Meridian 
Cutler, McLean, & Co. 214 State 
Cutting. Winch. & Co. «i Com'l 
Darling «tCo., Commerce, c. Com'l 
Davis Samuel M. (broker) 4 N. 

Market 
Davis & Taylor. 24 Canal 
Dean Russell, 12(! Lincoln 
Deniond T. I). & Co. IfH State 
Dimick, Elting, & Ruesell, 45 Com'i 

whan 
Dorr Cornelius.? Commerce 
Doty.Johr. L. H No. Market (agent) 



nRAPER, BAKER, & CO. 15 
^ Charlestown 
Edgorlv Charles B. 4 Com'l wharf 
Edgerlv John S. :( Si 4 Com'l wliarf 
Edmands James F. Si Co. 172 State 
Elkins & Webber, 12S Leverett 
Enstis James E. F. IS Commercial 
Fnber St Pullen, 4(! Com'l 
Farniim Edgar H. .'<5I Harr. ave. 
Faunce C. B. lil.i I'remout 
Faxon Kn)thers, l(»i State 
Felt Si Chase, 29 Commercial 
Fenno J. P. «i Co. J.W Centre 
Galligan P. & Co. 29 Lewis. E.B. 
Gayle S: Co. 51 Coinm"rei il 
Oeoric 8: Shackford, 2IS State 
Gilinan, Cheuey, St Co. 28 Mer- 

eliants row [Dedhnm 

Godfrev Chas. W. ,t Co. .'^2 West 
Good .1. A. & Co. H,S Commercial 
<f rant S. .M. .'1"4 Harrison avenue 
Greely Jose Oi (broker) 1.S.S State 
Greenougli James ,V Co. 47 Cooi'l 
Griggs Beni. F. .'57() Shawmut ave. 
Guy T. F. 49 Chatham 
Haaar G. W. & J. B .i? Long whf. 
Harvey Chas. C. Si Co. IW Com'l 
Hathawav Si Woods, 1 Commerce 
Herrick Samuel K. « Central whf. 
HiilsSc Bro. 117 South andtiSUtica 
Hinman ."ii Co. 78 Comm.-rcial 
Hnlmes F. M. 4(> and 42 Com'l 
H .ui;hton Joieph, 1147 Tremont 
Howard Bros. Si Co. .5(1 Cha ham 
ITOWE F. LS: CO. 64 Commer- 
'^'- eial 
Howes, Scudder, k Crocker, 28 

City wharf 
Humphrey, Fiske. & Co. 214 State 
Johnson, Freeman, Si Co. '52 Com'l 
Johnson INI. M. & Co. I.tC State 
Jones Jos-oh «i Co. 75 Haverhill 
Jones. Wi liams. St Co. 72 fjoni'l 
Kemlile *c Hastings, '27 Com'l 
Kimhall Si Bates, (15 Commercial 
T.ANE & CO. 91 Lowell 



T INCOLN Si BEAL, 124 Com- 
^^ merci'il 

Lord St Webster, 2.50 Commercial 
Maynard Si Sons, 'H Coinmeicial 
McDonough M. 68 Hampden 
McElroy Henry, 1802 Washington 
Mclntyre P. Si to. I9(> Commercial 
.Merrill E. O. & F. H. 45 to 51 

Charlestown 
Miller B os. 127 State 
Monks & Co., Second, cor. C 
Moore, AV"r, S: Co. 229 State 
Morse E.'Si Co 84 Commercial 
Munroe Otis. 92 Commercial 
Nazro & Co. 9 Commercial 
Newcomh John J. <i(J Commereiai 
Newhall H. B. 4". Broul 
Otis Ilowland.jr. 7(1 Meridian 
Perley George, 111 Albany 
Pierce A. O fc Co. 122 Lincoln 
Pitcher, Fli'ner, & Co. 20(1 Com'l 
Plumer Si Ci>. 17S State 
Piumsti-d M jr. 19 Blackstone 
POKTER ELEAZER, 1>S Si 187 
-'■ Caiiihridge 
Porter ji Co. 3HJ Broadway and 383 

Broad 
Powers, Cook, Si Co. Ifi Canal 
Proctor St Jones. 5" Leverett 
Read, Aldeii,«t Williams, 2(12 State 
Rice fe Davis, 5 Central wharf ' 
Richards, Adams, Si Co. 2'!5 State 
Rohinsou Jas. F., Nepoiiset av. n. 

Taylor, wa d Hi 
Robinson S- Dodse, 32 Canal 
Robinson N.T., Com'l cor. Dorclu 

avenue, ward 16 
Snwiit Si Edwards. 15 Blackstone 
Scudder, Bartlett, Si Co. 81 Com'l 

(receivers of flour) 
Scudder Harvey Si Co. 17l State 
Shumwav U.S. St Co 27ii Fed. ral 
Smith Will. D. k Co. 7.S No th 
Smith 6i .Monks, ;« Knceland 
Soper, Ames, 8t Co. 2 and 3 India 
S 01 ague, Soule, St Co. 70 Long wUf 
Spring Charles, & Co U C.im'l 
Stewart, Noves. Si Co (18 Com'l 
St. Louis Flour Co. I'J Charlestown 
Suret'e Louis A. B2 Commercial 
Sweet a. U. 23t State 
Tisdale, Wilde, Si Co. 69 Com'l 
Tower Si Jov, .55 Commercial 
XIpham G. P. k I'o. 2(1(> State 
tipton S. J. 291 Causeway 
VanPelt John E. Sc Co. 21 Com'l 
Vinal A. E. 1 Haymarket square 
Vinal H. W. 112 Com'l 
Vlnal Ouincv A. 174 State 
Vittuin, Talbot, Si Co. H Cent'l wf. 
W ishburn G. M. Si Co. 1K2 State 
Wheeler J. P. jr. 174 State 
Whitcber ,t St'ratton, 3 India 



Willcut St Co.™ Charlestown 
Williams E. Si Co. 15 Central wharf 
Williams Si Ramsever, 3 Cnm'l 
Wright k Wliitcoinb, 3 Commerce 

and 21 Citv wharf 
Wyman & Potter, 1 Commerce 

Flouring Millie. 

Boston City Flour Mills, P. T. Elt- 
ing, 45 to 52 Commercial wharf 
Flower Pot«. 
OTORY Si MELLE.\', 112 Tre- 
^ mont 

Fl«»*ver Stores. 
QURTIS & COBB, 1(11 Tremont 

Flue Brushes. 

nORBETT A. O. 13 Batterj- 
^-^ march (fee page (i42) 

Force Pumps. 

r)REW ,<t COFFIN, 4 Bowker, 

cor. Sudbury 
I^INSLKY LYMAN, at Cam- 
b'idgeport 
HE GRUNl 
S: 4(1 Congr 
■^yiSWALL H. M.Sli Congress 

Forges. 

Riston Forge Co., James Smith 

treas. and agent, 24 Kilby 
Commercial Point Forge. Dear- 
born, K' binson. Si Co., Union, 
ward 1(1. office 17 Kilby 
Lazell, PerkiBs. Si Co. 28 Broad 
U ANDERSON BROS. Si CO. 18 
^ Battery 111 arch (portable) 

Foundry Faeiiijrs. 
POSTON DRUG MILLS, J. C 
■*-* Pierce, agt., 4 Liberty square, 
Boston Milling; Co., B. Randall, 

agent, 43 Broad 
Dover Stamping Co. 88 Si 91:) North 

EDMONI) JA.MES St CO. 394 
Feder.d 
"[VTAY' -^ CO, I Broad (see inside 
-^-^ hack cover) 
Ty"ALDO J. ADAN, 13 Liberty 
' ' sq. (see front colored page) 
Fou'Ik :in«l Pet Animals. 
fJEICUE CHAS. Si BRO. 9 
^^ Bowdoin sq. 
TJICE GEORGE E. (JG Eliot 

Freestone and I..ime- 
stone. 

B.\LDW1N Si EMERSON. E. 
Dedham, n. Plyinpton 
Busteed Gk). W. 21 Commereiai 
Crowley .<, Coughlan, East Canton, 

near Alhany 
Dngaii St Rutherford, 4(1(1 Charles 
Galvan Jeremiah, Plyinpton, near 

Albany 
n ALVAN St CURRIE, E. Ded- 
^ ham, n. Albany 
Lee Win. Si Co., Albany, opp. Citj- 

Stables 
T OMBARD k CO. 13 Lewis whf. 
^ (see iiage (59(1) 
IVrEANY EDWARD F., Albany, 
-"^ opp. Malilen, and 22 State 

(see page (i85) 
T^f IDDLESEX STONE BRICK 
-"■'- CO., 12 Pemberton siquare 
NJOYES B., 592 Albany, and 22 
■'- State (Buena Vista l^ee^tone, 

see pase (j(i4) 
pE.H'OG'K CH.VRLES L., East 
•*• Dedham, n. .\lliany 

Fresco Painters. 

UUTLER P. A. 17 Peinbeiton 
■^ square 

pARL ,% MODLICn. 3 Studio 
"-^ building (see page <;(14) 

D'ETERlCHSiBKUNs, 27 W. 
Canton 
riUELPA PHILIP, 121 Court 



TTAST 

11 lev 

cPHERSON W. J. 19 and 440 



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IKW Wash. 
■pOsTON JAMES W. 45 West 
^*' Caoton 
CHEPARD LOUIS J. 3 School 

IJTORY'^ D. O, 26 Brattle square 
^ (see page «S3) 

WOLKINS St FISHER, 12 West 
and 123 Congress 
"VlTALBIR-jl k SHERRY', 122 
^^ Harrison ave. 



fine Q^- n-wTAei Oas Heaters, dan Flat Irons, Apparatus Tor OAS for nunierou* 
vrttO OlUVcS, pur-puses, R.HUl.I.INC}S<fe CO., 34(9 WashintJEtouiStreet. 



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Fvet SstTTlng. 

HESTER W M. F. 18 and 
'Jl Harvard pi. 
URT G. L. 31 Way 



TACKSON CHAS. A. & CO. 
" successors to C. "W. Strout & 

Co. 11 and ISBowker 
T AMINO * DRISKO, Swett, 
■'-' near Head 

XfAHONY i. F. 31 Way 



OVELTY WOOD WORKS, 
J. J. McNUTT, Wnreham, c. 
Maiden (.'see paj?e (JTl)) 
MITH & JACOBS, 65, 67, & 
H9 Wareham 
ILl.ETT, DRAKE, & CO. 49 
and 51 Wareham 



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Fringes stncl Tassels. 

Brainard & Wall, Faxon place 
Day Joseph, "JS Havley (manuf.) 
Hni'bard Dudley, 129 TreinoBt 
Walker Samuel, 58 E. Canton 
Zeijjler A. 1 Bussey I'lace 

Fruit. (Foreiffn and Domestic.) 
Alexander Bros. & Co. 47 Chatham 
Baker G. & Co. 1 Merchants row 
Barrett & Hooper, 11 South Market 
Bartlett S. O. BJ Cambridge 
Bartlett & Lnring, I'.M Stale 
Bean & Hadwen, liO Tremnnt 
Beckford C. A. 2L'4 Hanover 
Brown A. S. & J. & Co. 110 State 
Burr I hirles M. 332 Hanover 
Cl.nrk J. F. & Son, Ruggles corner 

Washington 
Cole & Bobbins, 18 Broad 
Conant J. F. * Co. 5il Chatham 

CROCKER S. P. 57 Chatham 



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enrrier & Deane, 15 Merchants row 
DeKarelli Angelo, L'lil Hanover 
Doane S. P. & Co. 4!) Commercial 
Elgerton C. C, Brattle, cor. Court 
Ellery H. C. 17a» Washington 
J^^LLIS & BRETT, U Boylrton 

Farnum O. B. 11 Boylston 
Field Martin, 5 Garden court 
Flint E. S. & Co. lOMerrimae and 

113 Friend 
Gilson William, 7 Bowdoin sq. 
( < OKDOX JOHN & CO. 5 New 
^^ F. H. market (cellar) 
Grant I harles E. 75 Camhridge 
Grant E. T. & Co 12 F. 11. synare 
Hill S. S 722 Washington 
Howland G.W., tliot, cor. Tremt 
Huston James C. 8 ICneeland 
Hyams s. M. 103 Cambridge 
Jones & Farley, 135 State 
Keyes D. G. & Co. 31 & .32 Chatham 
Lawrence Charles, cellar B, New 

laneuil Hall Market 
Lincoln Marshall,'^! Essex 
Littletield & Enslin, 9 No. Market 
T OCKE BROS. 71 Conihill (see 
-'-' page (Ml) 

Lovejoy A. W. & Co. 3 '"hatham 
Matthews Frank, 171)*.^ Washington 
McSlianc Patrick, 47A Kingston 
M. ad G. A. KIOJ Court 
Merritt J. W. & G. H. 5 Merchants 

row 
Merritt & Richardson, 1 F. H. >q. 
Morgan William L. 3 Water 
Monison L. 78 Salem 
Nightingale .Tame , .35 Green 
O'Connor T. Si. J. 175 Cambridge 
Paine B. F. .33 Dock snuaie 
Parker Chas., Cornhill, cor. Court 
Parker Hervey J. 102 Harr. ave. 
Parmenter M. D. 14 Union 
piIlLBROOK BKO I'HERS, 141 
■*- Blackstoiie 
Pierce & Buchanan, V> Merchants 

row 
Ramsdell Wm. J. 2 Tremont mkt. 
Ransom Win. R. It)2 Harrison ave. 
Riddell E. & Co. .30 Camlnidge 
Russell & Willey, l".* Merchants 

rjw 
Sawtell Isaac B. 1787 Washington 
Silsby B. F. 'M Court 
UIMMONS DAVID B. G41 Tre- 
^ inont 

Smith C. W. 12i; State 
Snow & Co. 31 North Market 
Sonle B. T. 22 Union 
COUTHMAYD & CO. Tremont, 
^ cor. Bromfield 
Spear & Co. 2 and 2J Chatham row 
^t"ry Roliert. 102 Harrison avenue 
Stratton u Moors, 14 Broad 
Taylor John N. 5i;8 Washington 
Trabuco Bernardo, 128 Blackstone 
Trescolt William, 4 Dearborn 
Tvler Edmund W., Chatham row 
'^YLER J. C. & CO. 54 Chatham 



Ventira Roger, 114 Union [row 
Weeks E. L. & Co. 14 Merchants 
\\r H I T E DOLBEARE, 10«7 
' ' Washington 
White Isaiiih, Kill Tremont 
Whiteside H. 775 Washington 
Woods * Fernuld, 18 Union and 7 

Friend 
Young E. 503 Washington 

Fruit Drjiing Appura- 
tus. 

Bacon S. T. 13 Glenwood 
Fruit Jars. 

JKTIS & COBB, 161 Tremont 



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T.YNDEBOKO' GLASS CO. 49 
^ India 

Fur Dealers. 

{See alsii Fwriers.) 
Bntes Martin * Sons, 27 Elm 
Dodd G. orge D. 1.3ii Milk 
Dodd Honice, 130 Milk 
Dodd Timothy, 130 Milk 
Grinnell C. B 8 Arch 
Slocuni Wm. H. 180 Wash, and 8 

Franklin 
Wight Bros. 143J Summer 
Fur Ikressers. 
Cahlane Daniel, 57 Haverhill 
McGiniiis C. 43 Way 

Furnaces and Kangef. 

J^ALl.OU & CO. 112 Portland 

UOSTiiN & MAINK FOUN- 
■^ DRY ('( >. 1.39 Friend 



URUWN GEORGE A. Jk. 117 
•" Blackstone 

('ATE at NICKERSON, 170 
^ Summer and 2(»> Federal 
( 1 H 1 L S ( ) N G A R D N E R, 99 
^ Blackstone (see inside front 
cover) 
■tHUBBlICK LEVI, 10 Bedford 



c 



T^ 



1 \ U N K L E E B. W. & CO. 113 
-^ Blackstone 

LMWCETT, HaWKES, & CO. 
■*- 21 Bedford (see fiont coloied 

page) 
XJOBBS & STEELE, 483 Tre- 
■^^ mont 

T EUNABD JOHN L. 13,15, * 17 
■'-' West (hot air) 
LYONS C. F. 71 W. Concord 

Magee Furnace Co., W. E. Smith, 

treas. 3ii and 3S Uidon 
]yjURDOCK & CO. 11 Marshall 

Norcross E. D. 84 North 
pALMER * CO. 1744 Wash. 

pOND MOSES & CO. 79 and 81 

Bloeksione 
UOND & DUNCKLEE,87Black- 
^ stone 

Prince * Hughes, 1918 Wash. 
Siemens Regenerative Gas Fur- 
nace (metalhirgieal)5 Penibert'n 
s()uare, room Iti 
CMAl.I.EY N. F., Cottage st. 
^ ward 16 

T I N G L E Y AXT'rOM ATIC 
-*■ HE iT GOVERNOR lO. 

51.4 Congress (see page 671) 
rPOLAIAN CHAS. P., Washing- 
■^ ton. Wild 16 

TVTALKER GEO. W. &.CO. 48 
' ' and .50 Union 
WALWORTH J. J. & CO. 1 
*' Bath (hot warer and steam) 
VVESTCOTT THOMAS A. 83 
*' and 85 Blackstone 
WHITEl.EY EDWARD, 69 

' and 61 Charlestown 
WII'UEK CHAS. B. & CO. 83 
''' North 

Furniture Sealers. 

Adams O. & Stin, 79 Broadway 
A LBEE II. L. 67 Union (spring 
-^ bed lounges) 
Alexander A. F, 88 Cambridge 
Allen A. H. 1 Dock square 
Allen John, 1792 Wnshington 
Allen. Leavitt, & Co. 35 Sudbury 
Atkins Isaiah, 13 Lewis, E. B. 
Bacall W. K. & Son, 611 Wash. 
"[TAKER I). A. & SON, 26 Canal 
-*-^ and 25 Merrimac 
P ARNUM, FRYE, .& CO. 21 and 
■" 23 Salem 
Bartlett A. E. lB83Wash. 
UEAL & HOOPER, 3 and 4 
■^ Holmes block, Haymarket sq. 



Bent & Peasler, 124 FnKon 
Berry Geo. W. & Co. 1 and 2 

Holmes block. Haymarket sq. 
Boardman Thns. 27 .Maverick sq. 
Black A. F. 20 Charlestown 
BlaKe Christopher, UK) North 
Blake & Alden, S!l Brattle 
UOSSOM & BORSH, 68 Albany 
-"-^ (parloi and library. See p. 646) 
liOSTON CHAIR CO. 144 North 
-" (chairs) 

liosTON fi;rniti;heco.,g. 

•" W. Saitiird, treas. 136 Friend 

and 42 Canal (parlor) 
Bovce l-iros. 581 Washington 
T3RABROOK E. H. 4 and S 
-^ Uni'in, and 4 to 8 iTienil 
T3RADT B. N. & CO. 36 Brom- 
-" Held (school) 
Brainard A. W. & Co. 19 Charles- 
town (chamhen 
Brainard J. L. & Co. .55 Chsrlest'n 
URAMAN, SHAW, & CO. 27 
-" Sudbnrv and 6y Portland 
UROOKS W. P. B. & CO. 151 

and 2(« Hanover 
Browne W. H. 5 Union 
TiUCKLEY, BANCROFT, St 
•" BOYDEN, 603 and 511 Wash. 

(sec page t?t5) 
Burr S. S. 411 Wash, (parlor beds) 
Butler William. 1280 Washington 
Carstenseii A. tvi Meridian 
Cary P. 771 Washington 
Cedeilund John, 10!i B 
Chapman * Hall, 132 Friend 

(office) 
Ch:,se & Sterling. 2515 Hanover 
Clarke John, 4 Charlestown 
Coburn S. D. & Co. 2 Charter 
Colhy M.288 Broadway 
POLLA.MOREH. L". & CO. 113 
^ Court 
QOMINS GEO. T. 130 North 

Connor Win. 31 Orleans (second 
hand) 

Conrail Henry, 1267 Tremont 

nOOLEY A. L. & CO. 40 Lan- 

^ cxster 

Croome Geo. & Co. 304 Wash. 

Ciinniiigham B. f. & Co. £96 
Washington 

Daniels, Harrison, & Co. 25 Sud- 
bury 

T)AVENPORT A. M. & CO. up- 

■^ holsterers and manufacturer* 
and dealers in drawing-room 
and chamber ftirniture, win- 
dow shades, drapery and lace 
curtains, matresses, feathers, 
&c., book-cases, library-furni- 
ture, &c. Our facilities for 
manutacturjni? enable us to"of- 
fer the best goods at the lowest 
prices. Chambeisover 20, 24, 
26, and l8 Cornhill. Entrance 
28 Cornhill 

Day H. B. 19 Kneeland (second 
hand) 

Dean Jam^s W. 60 Leverett 

r)t;LAPORTE& BLUMBERG, 

^^ 1^9 Portland (chairs) 

Denon P. M. 106, 108, and 110 
Dover 

1\ERBY, TAVENER, & NOR- 

•^ RIS, 25 Merrimac 

Dinsmore James, 289 Hanover 

Doe «£ Hunnewell, 200 Tremont 

D'hertv P. 28 Beverly 

Doliin Thomas, 88 Meridian 

noWNEY k. & M. 400 Harrison 

-^ avenue 

Downing M. 39G Harrison ave. 

])HIOW; JACKSON, S: CO. 173 
Blackstone (extension tables) 

Durant James, 7(i Kingston 

Fairfield G. W. 82 Lincoln 

Ferdinand & Co. 1872 Washington 

Finnegan Aiithony, 245 Federal 
(second hand) 

Flyiin David, 57 Prince 

Foley Patrick, 9:1 Salem 

•pOLLIS EDWARD A. 39.3 Har- 
risoii ave. (new and second 
hand) 

Foster Edward & Co. 1728 Wash. 

Fox John, ^M Salem 

Gill Albert, 95 Dorch. ave. 

ri RAVES J. G. *& Blackstone 

^-^ (parlor suites, lounges, &c.) 

Graves Samuel, 139 Blacksione 

/ ' RAY & BAII-, 34 Union, and 

^ 19 Friend 

Greeley Newell & Co. 123 London 

Grunden Chas. F. & Co. 1480 Tre- 
mont 

Hagget F. E. 1.54 Meridian 

U ALEY, MORSE, & CO. 411 

-'-'• Washington 

UALLETT, FAY, & CO. 17 
Dock square 



A. large assort- TTaTkca-ne^ CHA»fl>EI.IEltS * I.AMPS, at Se9 Washlngtoa 
m^ut of JVerOSeUe street, Boston, K. UOI^JUIKfiS <fe CO. 



BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTOEY. 



167 



■lett FroTKis, 1«7 WnslunRton 
adine Stephen, .">2.! Harr. ave. 
fj AYNES J. G. 2H Harrison av. 

Ha/.elton i. E. lU Merrimac (re- 
novator) 
Henniinn C. H. 47 Ekot 
llill Van Wait, & Co. .W Blacksfe 
Hills Henry S. fe Co. 5S to 5M Ful- 
ton (uoitaVc) 
Holibv (i- W. i:M I'r^mont 
CI OLMES F. M. & CO. 188 Ilan- 
over , ^ 

Holmes, Goodwin, * Co. liW Nortk 
Holman K. « Co. Sii Fulton 
Hopkins Charles, :S CornhWl 
Hopkins k Coolitige,2l Bluckstoce 

(wholesale com.) 
Huhbard.VC. 7111 Wash. 
Jenkins W. C. 77 Broadway 
Johnxon & Foley, 28 Pleasant 
Jones T. B. & Co. K4 Commer- 

eial and 141 Fulton 
Keenan & Henrv. 217 Broadway 
Kelham, Fitz, & C". 4.'! North 
Kemp Thomas, 20 Charlestown 
KinihallS Co. 19 LindaU 
Kingman J. A.IW Merrimae 
T AW K E N C E, W 1 L » E, ft 
*-' HULL, <2 to 4S Cornhill 
Lee J. W.(j9 Leverctt 
Lelois Ehen A. liS'l Washington 
T EWIS J. D. 27 Tortland (see 
*-' page tiS8) 

Lindcrgreen Olof,*!-* Meridian 
Magann John, 35 Prince 
MansoB Dan'l fe 800,127 Aterriraae 
McArthurSt Brown, S.'i Haverhill 
McCartiiy Callaghan, II Camdea 
McCullv II. & Co. 124 Lincoln 
McDonald Rdward, .'iM Federal 
TVrcGI.N'NIS * McGOWAN, 6 
-"-'- Merrimac (manufs.) 
McGuckian J. (second tiandX 1079 

Treraont 
Merriam Otis W. & Co. 121 Fulton 
Merrifield Moses. Ii74 WasK. 
Morris Sarah, USt Tremont 
Morrow John, I2S Charlestowa 
Morton J. E. 1292 Tremont 
Mulcahey D. 57 Caicbridse 
Murphy "J. C. 578 Broadway 
Nealon J. & Co. 1S5 Endieott 
O'Connor William, .S8 Altiaisf 
O'Kilev Alien, 172 MerriMac 
Os?ooil M. R. 1« Cabot 
Outten Geo. B. IIW Cambridge 
pACKARO P. F. fe SONS, 9S 
*- Union 

Paine J. S. l.'ff Friend & 44 Canal 
Parker & Hopkins, 555 Wash, (par- 
lor bedsteads) 
Parsons C. W, 19 Portland and 231 
and 2.33 Hauoper 



Paul .James & Co. 3.38 Wash, 
pAUL & CO. 2S7 to 243 Trenwnt 

pEASE CHAS. G. & CO. 13 and 

14 Charlestown 
pEIRCE F. & CO. 76 Kiclimond 

Phinney vV. S. 74 Portland 

Phinney tc Co. 12 Green 

Pidgeon & Wilson, 84ti Alfeany 

(second hand) 
piERCE. GILMAN, & TUT- 
TLE (.centre and extension 
tables), 14SI Fulton 
Plimpton H. R. (j52 Wash, (parlor 

bedsteads) 
pUTNAM & COCHRAN, 40 Si42 
■^ Richmond (chamber) 
Quigley W. H. Ill Bea^li 
Riley A. 172 Meiriinac 
Roach Geo. F. *: Co. 121 Fultoo 
Robbins Eli W. 132 Cambridge 
J^OBBINS W. H. 12 Marshall 

pOSS J. L, 42 Chardon, opposite 
•»•»' Hawkins (school) 
Kucldell J. Mrs. 27H Itanover 
Rudilell Wm.«7 and la Leirerett 
Russell ft Phelps. 2! Brattle 
Scales .tames & C.^t. 21)2 Tremunt 
Scott Will. IU74 Tieinont 
OlIINED. C. 14.) Charlestown. 
*-' W South, and 1(12 Pletsant 
Skally II. C. 2lii Endioott 
Smith Bros. 1(M7 Wash. 
Smith F. B. fc Go. IfijO Wash, 
C.MITH STEPHEN k CO. 51 
'-' Cornhill 
Smith fc Kendall, 18 Canal and 9 

Merrimac 
COUTHER JOHN B. 44 and 46 
•^ Union 
Squires Sidney Sc Co. 5«!l and 571 

Washington 
Stevens Charles, 17.")2 Waeliingtoa 
Stevens G. W. BDl Washington 



Story C. T. fc Co. 121 Shawmut av. 
Stuart B. * J. H. 97 Fulton 
Stuart F. E. 93 Fulton 
Sullivan P. F. 74 Pleusant 
Toussaint W. Si Co. .Stl Wash. 
•JRAVIS J. 11.97 Haverhill 

Treadwell Samuel, 23 Meriilinn 
Treadwell S. A. «H Shawmut ave. 
Turner H. A. fc ("". 31 West 
Viner Georse, .324 Washington 
Wakefield C. (cane). 31! Canal 

WTARE GEORGE W. & CO. 157 

*'' Tremont 

Wethcrbee J. W. 132 Portl^ind 
Whidden fc .Vamesou. 124 Meridian 
Whitteii J. W.124 Eliot 

WILLETT. DRAKE, fe CO. 43 
and Si Wareham 
Wilson (;ertii.'e .M. .i2 Green 
Wormwaod t». T. 43 W. Canton 
Wright James, 24 Prince 
Yeomans fc DeVitt, 95 B, and 147 

Broadway 
Yonng E. S. .WS Wash. 

Furniture Manufs. 
Anderson & Co. 1.3H Fnlton 

BAKER D. A. & SON, 25 Mem- 
mac and 211 C.mal 
BEAL fc HOOPER, .3 and 4 
Holmes block, Hiiymarket sq.. 
Bent & I'easlev, 124 Fulton 
Black A. F. 2Sii Charles 
Blake Christopher. Wd North 
IJOSSOMft BORSII, (W Albany 
^ (see page «4H) 
gOSTON CHAIR CO. 144 North 

OOSTON EXCELSIOR CO. 26 

*^ Canal 

rjOSTON FURNITURE CO. G. 

■•' W. Saft'ord, trens. i.35 Friend 

R RAMAN, SHAW, & CO. 27 

" Sudbury 

Cain Manley W., Sanford, near 

Cedar, ward Hi 
Clapp John J., Sanford, n. Cedar, 

ward 16 
Clarke John, 4 Charlestown 
Cntfin *: Robinson, 45 Way 
r^OMINS GEO. T. 130 North 



i (crihs) 
TJOLMES F. M. & CO. 186 and 



PUTNAM & COCHRAN, 40 
^ Richmond (chamber) 
Randall Geo. W. 97 Haverhill 
Richardson, Howard, & Co. 6 and 

(i Charlestown 
Rotiv A. H. & Co. 4« Albany 

ROSS .1. L. (church and school), 
42 Chardim 
Ryan (iarrett,!* Sndhuiy 
CHATTUCK W. G. ?3 Fulton 
'^ (school, see p'lge fi'.M) ^ „. . 
C HALES D.* N I EL * CO., First, 
^ liet. Band F (-ee page (Wi) 
Sherman « .lohnson, 4« Albany 
Smith ft Kendall, 1» Canal, and 9 

Merrimac ,, . 

OUTUER JOHN B. 4t Union 



R A V I S i. H. 97 Haverhill 



/1O0LEY A. L. & CO. 41) Lan- 

DEllfAPORTE fe BLUMBEEG, 
129 Portland 
Dae &; Hunuewell, 1!)8 Tremont 
nRESSING GLAS,S FRAME 
*^ MANUF. CO. 2()l Portland 
Drew, Jackson, & Co. 173 Black - 

fitone 
Frazier Alex. 51! Albany 
ri EBRISH & O BRifiN, 18, 2(1, ft 
'-^ 26 Brighton 
Glover ft Jones, Dorcli. ave. near 

Commercial, wd. Hi 
Grant WiUiam, 8<s Kneeland 

GRAVES J. G. 63 Blackstonc 
(parlorsuites, lounges, &c.^ 
IIALEY, MOBSE, fc CO. 411 
■'-'- Washington 
Hall Oliver ft Son, Adams, near 

East, ward If* 
U AZARD CRIB CO. 13t Con- 

I (Ilm 

18« Hanover 
Holmes, Goodwin, ft Co. 139 

North 
Homes Warren, Parkman, near 

Dorchester ave. wd. 16 
TJUGQESJ. A. fe CO. 151 Wash. 
■'-'- ington (office) 
IJUTCUINSON BEOS., Dorch. 
^-^ ave. cor. Cod man, ward 16, P. 

O. address, Milton. Mass. 
Kenney Zelotis, Sanford, n. For- 
est liill ave. wd. 16 
LEWIS J. D. 27 Portland (see 
page <;S'I) 

M ANSON ft PETERSON, lUl 
Border, cor. Decatur (ship, 
see page 675) 
McAlcry & Fuller, Travers, corner 

Canal 
Mc.Vrthurft Brown. 83 Haverhill 
McCuUy H. ft Co. 124 Lincoln 
lyicGINNIS ft McGOWAN, 6 
■^■*- Merrimac 

Murdock Bros. 97 Border, E.B. 
Norcross W 111., Sanford, n. Forest 
Hill ave. wd. Ul, office, 7S Wash. 
OUuiderP. J.31 Lewis, t.B. 
UEASE CHARLES G. ft CO. 1.3 
^ and 14 Charlestown 
Pierce Daniel, Adams, near Cod- 
man, wd. 16 
pElRCE F.&CO. 76 Richmond 

PIERCE. GILMAN, ft TUT- 
■•- TLE, 141/ Fulton (centre, ex- 
tension, and library tables) 



s 

T 

Sturtes-ant C. W. 97 to 103 Cross 

(painteii) . 

Tolman S., Adame, n. Ashmont, 

Wassineiis ft Whittle,14«n Tremont 
Watson Walt.r S., River n. Tem- 
ple, ward in 
Wetherbee.1. W. 132 Portland 

WILLETT, DKAKE, ft CO. 49 
an.l ,5! Wareham „ ^, . 
WILLIAMS G. W. 201 Portland 
(see pajre S77) ^ ^ 

Woodbury, Gray, ft Co. 129 Port- 
land 

Furniture Movers. 
A LLEY W. R. 1955 Washington 

Beekler A. O., order box 1476 

Washington 
Kidder ft Chase, 57 Cornhill 
Moore ft Co., opp. 45 Tremont 
POOR JAMES E. ft CO. 6911 
•*- Washington 

Furniture KepaSrers. 
Boardman Tbos. 27 Maverick sq. 
Cady W. A., Clarendon, corner 

Warren ave. 
POLLIS E. A. ^S Harrison ave. 

Haven H. P. 59 Cambridge 
V\7"AITT J. M. 504 Tremont 

YOUNG A. H. 12 Howard and 3 
Tremont row, room 4o (see 
page 681) * 

Furriers. 

Barnum ft Wight. ■« Summer 
Barta Louis. W Court ^ , . ^ 
>ENT ft BUSH, 273 Washington 



B' 



Berney J. S. 13 Tremont row 
Brown Wm. G. 252 Washington 
ULLIOTT M. P. 77 Court 

Eiehorn Bros. 88 Water 
Frey Frederiek, 181 Wash. 
Hindel Geo. W. 19 Province 
Hollander J. L. 179 Wash. 
Kakas E. 7 Franklin 
Norton Jacob, ail Wash. 
Pazolt I'hos. C. ft Sou, 360 Wash. 
Pazolt William, 247 "A ashingtoii 
Piehler Oscar, 213 Wash. 
Hiedel Robert, 34 Chauncy 
Schmid John, 173 WasK 
Slocum Win. H. IM Wash, and 8 

Franklin 
Walko .MarUii & Co. 3!* Summer 
Weis ft Zoebisch, 30!S Wash. 
Widiner Theodore G. 241 Wash. 

Glumes. 

A BBOTT ft BROOKS, 18 West 

Adams ft Co. 25 Bromtield 
Oartleu £iit;ine8. 

I J OLLIS C. ft G. 11 Custom H. 
^^ St. 

Carden Koofer*. 

■ROGERS, SMITH, ft COCH- 

"' RaNE, 435 Albany, ii. Union 

Park St., order box 22 State 

(see front colored page) 

Osirdeu Vases. 

TONES M. D. ft CO. 52 Sudbury 

IVfERCHANT S. L. ft CO. 27 
-"■'- Central whf (see page 64-3) 
\\r.\LDO J. ADAN. 1.3 Lilierty 
' ' sq. (see from col'd page) 

©as and Water Mains. 

DAVIS ft FARNUM, 82 Wash 
(see page (»») 

WHITING L. F., Kemble, near 
Boston Lead Works (see 
page 686) 



R. Hollings & Co. , Dealers in Gas Fixtures, 369 



WaKhington 
Street 



168 



BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Gas and 'Water Pipe. 

TJRAM AN, DOW, & CO., 3 and 4 
^-^ Havmarket square 
"HAVISfc FAKNUM, 82 Wash. 
•'-' (see paffe ftifl) 
TVf AY & CO. 1 Broad (see inside 
-'■■'■ back cover) 

Oas Burners. 
"UOMJNGS RICHARD & CO. 
^^ 30r> Wash, (see foot lines) 
j^EATON A. J. low Wash. 

MURRAY, BURNS. & flTZ- 
GF;R>T>D. B Charlestown 
■UTAI.WORTH J. J. & CO. 1 
^^ Bath 

Oas ■Buniinar Iinprove- 
ntentM. 

TTOLLTNGS R. & CO. .369 Wash. 
-'-'■ (see foot tines) 

€}ta» Companies. 

American Improved Gas Light 
Co. of Boston, AfCFSes W. Kid- 
der, agent and treas. 81 Cornhill 

Boston Gas Light Co., W. W. 
Greenongh, treas., 20 West 

Consolid.ated GiisCo., J. J, Wal- 
worth, treas. ? Bath 

Dorchester Gas Light Co., Wm. 
Pope, treas.. W. H. Brooks, agt., 
Cominereial, n. Dorehe.ster ave., 

Enst Bosfon Gas Light Co., Goo. 
H. Phunmer, treas. 2 Maverick 
sf|uare. E. B. 

MANTTFACTURERS' GAS 
LIGHT CO. of New 
England, .1. C. Tiffany, 
siipt., 8.) Kilhy (see p. (MS) 
Sonth Bo'.ton Gas Light Co., F. 
H. Odiorne, treas., E.J. Daven- 
port, agent, Dorch. comer First 
Roxbiiry Gas Light Co., Wm. B. 
Kingsbnry, treas. 89 Dudley 
Oas Engines. 
Bray ton Geo. B. S6 Court (nianuf.) 
Oas Fitting <fe Fixtures. 
Bliss & Perkins, 25 and -27 West 
■gOSWORTII N. 4.55 Tremont 

T30SWORTH & HOUGHTON, 
-*-* 8 Pleasant 

CarruthHrs*Co.l Mav'icksq.,E.B. 
Dewev S. B. fr. 57I> Washington 
1~)HEW Si COKFIN, 4 Bowker, 
•^ cor. Sudbury 
T)RISCOI,L& FRENCH, Essex, 

eor. Harrison avenue 
TJOLLINGS R. k CO. m^ Wash. 
-*--*- (see foot lines) 
J^EATON A. J. IHO- Wash. 

J^ADD H. A. & SON. 41 Hanover 

Lufted T. & W. MKI Broadwav 
■\f c G A N N THO.VIAS F. 83 
-'-'-'- PortlaTid (see png^ n«) 
TVTcKENNEY, BULLARD, & 
•^'-^ CO. .v:4 Wash. 
]\,f ORTON A.M. * CO. 87 Friend 

(see front colored page) 
MURRAY, BURNS, & FITZ- 
^^^ GERALD,(>Cliarle>tnwn.one 
door fr<un Beverly (n>unu- 
facturerers of tas fixtures, and 
general bras- finishers. Metal 
spinning, and punching done 
to order. Arcrand burners, 
gas fixtures rennished in tlie 
best manner. Sole manufac- 
turers of Stnnwood's patent 
noiseless Argaiid burners.) 
pAUL GEO. K. & CO. 64 Union 

pEIRCE M. AV. & CO. 12 Sud- 
■•- bnry and U)9 Friend 
piKE JOHN, 144 Blackstone 

Powers * McGrath, 25 Castle 
Sawyer E. (J. I.S Citv Hall ove. 
Shaw W. F. U'JT Wash. Cdealer) 
QLADER GLO. R. & SON, 1881 
•^ Wash. 

^OUTHER W. H. & CO. 20 
*-" Boylston 

Stephenson Thomas, 41) Bromfield 
CTEl'SON S. A. & CO. 173 Tie- 
^ moot 

Tarbell E. * Son, 15 Bromfield 
Tucker Mannf. Co. 117 Court 
Torm-r N. W. 2" Bromfield 
WALWORTH J. J. & CO. 1 
'' Bath 
Warren Jonas L. 29 Kneeland 
Whitney & Tappan, 13 Winter 
Wilkins Frederick A. '2Z West 

WOOD A. H. 86 Court, (regula- 
tor) 
Wood W. A. .52 Emerson 
Woodman George & Co. 159 Milk 



MURRAY, BURNS, * 
-^'^ GERALD, ti tha 



Oas Oovernors. 

CTTJRGES B. R.81 Washington, 
•^ room IS 

Oas-Meter Slanufs. 

Ainerfean Meter Co. 324 Wash. 
Tuffs Brothers, 42, 44, & 46' Sud- 
btiry 

Oas Pipe Fitters. 

Bartlett & Richardson,. 391 Broad- 
wav St Com!, n. Dor. av w'd 16 
Bell John, 783 Washington 
piiss .t Perkins, 'Po West 
gOSWORTHN. 455 Trerat 

"ROSWORTH & HOUGHTON, 
■" SrieRsa-t 

Bowman J. G. 7" Spring lane 
Carruthers S: Co. 1 Maverick so. 
Dohertv W. J, :B Sndburv 
"nREW & COFFIN, 4 Bowker, 
^ cor. Siulburv 
T)RISCOLL & FRENCH, Essex, 

cor. Harrison nve. 
Drurv Thomas J. Bl Endicott 
Franey & McCanghlin, 1211 Tre- 
mont 
Frost G.'^.frr Warren 
Grant A. II. 2 Market (and steam) 
H'siingsH H. H Lindull 
fJAYNES GEORGE & SON, 52 
-'••'- Wash, ward Ifi 
TTOLLTNGS RtCHARD & CO. 
-'-'- ae^ Washington (see ft. lines) 
^EATONA. J. 1907 Wash. 

Kennedy J. 19 Maverick eq., E.B. 

Kneelnrid S. R. 88 Hanover 

T ADD H. A. & SON, 41 Han- 

^-^ over 

T ANGLEY.CARBEE.&CO. 87 

^ Border, E.B. (see nage 65"5) 

Lee Daniel, .58 Friend 

Ijiitfed T. & W. .3«?) Broadway 

McAlester Henrv, 9,\ Causeway 

McDonough J. F. 67 Friend 

Mc'iANN T. F. 8! Portland (see 

-^'■^ nage 703) 

IMnffitt C. A. 86 Richmond 

MO F F I T T JOHN A. 1060 
Wash. 

FITZ- 
harlestown 
one door from Beverly 
pAUL GEO. K. * CO. iSi Union 

DEIRCE M. W. * CO. 12 S«d- 

bury and 109 Friend 
Perham John, 13 Bowker 
Perrv J. P. & Co. .W Devons'iire 
pERKY R. G. & Co. 1060 Wash. 

Pierce Charles, .50 Charles 
piKE JOHN, 144 Blackstone 

J^OBINSON J. E. 806 Wash. 

JJUSSELL & BURKE, 16 How- 

Sawver E. G. 13 City Hall ave. 
Shute C. O. 71 West Concord 
CLAUER GEO. R. & SON, 1881 
^ Washington 

CMITII & HAYDEN, 37 Haver- 
'-' hill 

COUTHER W. 11. & CO. 20 
•^ Boylston 

diTE'l SON S. A. & CO. 173 Trc- 
^ niont 

Turner Niith'l W. 27 Bromfield 
WATERS WM. & SON, 141 
^^ Sumner, E.B. 
Weymouth & Gurliam,}23 Dudley 
White Danford, 12 Bnittle 
White T. C. Sr Co. .52.J Charlest'n 
^rHlTELEY E.61 Charlestown 

"ryUITING L. F., Kerable, n. 

'' Haniptltn 
"yyOOD A. H. SGConrt 

Wood Win. A. 50 Enierson 
Woodman E. 211 Kroad 
"UTOODMAN GEORGE & CO. 
''^ 159 Milk 

Oas-Plpe Mauufs. 

l)IGHTO.V FURNACE CO. 96 

^ and 98 North 

T OTIIROP&CO. 14 to 20 Cus- 

■"-^ toni House street 

TVrOB TO.M A.M. & CO. 87 Friend 

-'--'■ (see front col ired page) 

PAUI. GEORGE K. & CO. 64 

and 66 Union 
Sanborn S. T. & Co. 46 Congress 
\7irOODMAN GEO. & CO. 159 
' '' Milk 

Oas ICeifuIators. 
PAIKBANKS, BROWN, & CO. 



Oas Retorts. (CSijr.) 
"lYTERCHANT S. L. & CO. 71 
■"■^ Central wharf (see page 643) 

Oas Stoves. 

WILDER CHAS. B. & CO - 
83 North 
"H OLLTNGS RICHARD & CO. 
■'■•'• .369 Washinsyfon (see font lines) 
^EATON A. J. 1907 WaehingtOD 

PEIRCE M. W. St CO. T2 Sud- 

■*- hui-v and 109 Friend 

Shaw William F. 1197 Washington 

ULADFRGEO, R. & SON, 1881 

^ Washineton 

COUTHER W. H. & CO. 2*> 

^ Bovlston 

QTFTSON S. A. & CO. 173 

'-^ Tremont 

Oas T^orfcs Mlanuts. 

American Coal Gaslight Improve- 
ment Co. 79 Water 
J) AVIS & FARNUM. S2Wash- 
■^ ington (see page 660) 
rirake O. P. 85 Water 

HODGE E. * CO. 160 Liverpool, 
E.B. (easomefers. see p. 676) 
MANUFACTURERS GAS 
LIGHT CO. OF NEW 
ENGLAND, J. C. Tiffany. 
snpt . 85 Kilbv (see pnee 618) 
lyrORTON A. M * CO. 87 Friend 
■^^ (see f'ont colored paae) 
pAUL G. K. & CO. 64 Union 

C O U T H E R W. H. & CO. 20 

'-^ Boylston 

The N. E. Coal Gas Condenser 

Association, 27 Doane, Geo. H. 

^Tair, treasurer 
WALKER G- W. & CO. 4S 
and .lOITnion 

WALWORTH J. J. & CO. 1 
Bath 
VyHITING L. F., Kemble, near 
'' Hampden 

Oasonieters. 

TIODGE E. & CO. 160 Liverpool, 
-'-'- E. B. (see page 676) 

Oaiiser. 

"nAVIS R. L. II Central wharf 

Oaug-es. 

nHARLTON W. B. 46 Congress 

(see page <>4i) 
THE A M E R I C AN STEAM 
^ GAUGE CO. 7 Linden 

O'ts Furnisblus Stores 

( WAolexale.) 
Bowen. Moore, & Co. 62 Snmmer 

cor. Otis 
Brigham Wm. P. * Co. 14 Arch 
Briish & Hart, 24 Chauncy (neck- 
ties) 
Bryant XrOlney, .34 Chauncy 
Coison Joseph,541 Wash. (neckties) 
Damon, Temple, & Co. 87Summer 
pARR, HATCH, & CO. 25 Otis 

Fishfer Sidney * Co. 42 and 44 

Federal (woolen shirts) 
QhA7AER GEO. M. 81 Sum- 

f """ 

and KSODi'VOnshire 
H.iwley, Folsom, & Msrtin, 13 

Otis 
IT AWLEY & CO. 12 Elm and 79 

Hanover 
Lelantl £. & Co. 41 Chauncy 
Leland, Wheelock, & Co. W Sum- 
mer 
Levi Bernhard, 75 Hanover (neck- 
ties) 
Lyons D. & Co. 64 Summer 
Blareh Bros'., Pierce, & Co, 10 

Otis and 18 Arch 
IVIULDAIIR, MERRIAM, & 
■"■^ COBURN, 53 Avon (neckties) 
Simons Brothers * Co. 7 & 8 Otis 
Walker Joseph & Co. 81 Devon, 
Weil Bros, a Dreyfus, 60 Summer 

(Retail.} 
Alves Joseph J. & Co. .355 Hanover 
Bacon, Hatch, & Co. SO Hanover 
Bacon Robert & Co. 49 West 
Barnes S. M. 24 Tremont 
Barrel! J. E. jr , .39 Essex 
Bates, Atdrich, & Co. 243 Wash. 
Penn J. Henrv & Co. 308 Wa.-h. 
CRIDGHaSI BROS. 1073 Wash- 
■^ ington 

Brown Bros. 17 Beach 
Bryent & French, 106 Cambridge 
Butler Alford, 197 Washington 



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("artT C. ly. ir. MS Wnahir^'ton 
Chnffin John C. & Co. ISfi Wash. 
Coffin C. H. & Co.. 4H Ciimbridge 
Ourrier S. T>. M Ilunovpr 
Dolbparf * ITnwkina, 1)8 Court 
PverJ. T.. 19 Green 
Kstv .\ustin S. ■»- Honover 
Fflfnhn-i .Ins. H. .'Wn Washington 
Oniilt G. C. 71 Court 
Oeoree * Chinmnn. li" Cou't 
Gilson Win. H. U'.m Woshington 
Oovp A. Tt. 72 Flinovpr 
Gowins Osciir. MA Rroinfipld 
G-iftnn n. G. ICS Wnshin?tnn 

H.\MBLIN R. W. & CO. m 
aF«5p>: nn<f «i1 nnrt (1(W Wash. 
HWLEY & CO. 12 Elm, 79 
Hnnovor nnri uni Wash. 
Havps .T F, .WT Wa<l,insfon 
HrnrtHraon .t Stanwood, 9 and' 1.3 

Cnnrf 

TT EWINS & r^OT.TJS. 2n9Wa8h- 
-'-'■ in.nton (nee pn?p (171 1 
Hnhhs .\. ft Son. 4 MavpripU sq. 
Houshtnn S, S. ft Co. JS School 
HowpR J. F. r.9.1 Washinston 
JonPB .^- Pnrlthn-st. flS Causpwav 

KINNEY GEO. E. & CO." 18 
Cambritlsrp 
LawrPTiop H S. im.1 to 19.'?7 Wash, 
r.awrenpp .lamps ft Co. 151,1 Wash. 
T.orinp .Tohn P, 12 Trpniont mw 
AT.ACTn,l,AR. WTT^TTAMS, & 
■"^ P\RKER. 20n Washington 
Masni'-p John AT. 41,'; Wnsh. 
MprriU T.pwis H. W. ;i7 AVash. 
Mortp Alhprt, 777W:ishineton 
Nash. Shpffipld. ft Co. 149 Court 
Nelson N. M. .1,51 Hanover 
Norris ft Shutp, Eliot, c. Tremont 
NoyesC. A. ,'W Sphnni 
Beeves Wm C. 411 AVnshinErton 
Ripkard P. R. :?fi1 W.ishin»ton 
Rilev .Joseph C. .101 Broadway 
Sawyer G. A. ft Co. .li'i Wash. 
Singleton Geo. W. ia5 Court 
Snitz I. .1l!l Hinover 
Sternes Caroline, 1129 Tremont 
Strauss R. ft Co. 117 Court 
Tower ATinot A. IS Cambridge 
Tufts Qnincv, 11 West 
Warner TI A. Ill Court 
Weston J. TT. 16 Central square 
Williams C. T. Ifill Wnshinpton 
Williams G. I. 1741 Washington 

German Silver Itfnniifs. 

TJOLATES. BOOTH. & HAY- 
•'-'- DENS, 17 Federal 

©IWers of Picture 
Pranieo, Jkc. 

(<^fe Picture Fmmex, Sec.) 
Arnaud J. J. 2(*4 Washington 
Andrews Jacob R„ Beacon, 6th 

door from Tremont 
Boos T. G. 7,^ Kingston 
Cabot Jos. F. & Brother, 89 Sud- 
bury 
El lard George F. 106 Sudhurv 
T? L I, I O T, BLAKESLEE, ft. 
•^ NOYES, 127 Tremont 
Hastings .t Davenport, S Province 
Hatch William, 401 Washington 
Hyde John W. 14 Bromfield 
J.otnbanl Jinnes N. 22 School 
Mnlonpv Patrick. SI I Washington 
ATEYEK CIIAS. E. ft CO. 7 and 
■"^ S Holmes block, and 105 

Friend (see page 6,S6) 
O'Brien William, 2.5 Bromfield 
Olsson J. F. 1 Province, c. School 
Rolle Henry, 18 Averv 
Ross & Ilat'chnian, 480 Wash. 
Sargent C. H. 69 Cornhill 
Smith M. Q. .16 Washington 
Stewart J. J. 4,55 Tremont 

Ollders' ^Vliitint;. 

TJASSE ft PRATT, Maverick, 
near Orleans (see page 657) 

Olass. 

Flint- Olaxx Manufacturers. 

Bay State Glass Co., George B. 
Fowlc, agent. .54 Kilbv 

Boston Bottle AV'rks, Sam'l Oak- 
man, agent. 51 Water 

Boston anrl Sandwich Glass Co., 
S. H. Fessenden, agent, 26 Fed- 
eral 

Boston Silver Glass Co., R. T. 
Lombard & Co. .51 Water 

Cnins William. Second, corner B 

(^ IIAPM AN J. N. 27 Doane 

■fi^ LETCHER W. G. 10 Milk, agt. 
■^ Pitt,sbnrg Glass Manufs. 
T YNDEBORO GLASS CO. 49 
India, J. D. Putnam, agent 
Lvon James B. & Co. 10 Milk 
March ft Young, HI Milk 



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B^ 



Mount Washington Glass Works, 

Wm. L. Lihhev. agent. 61 Milk 

N. E. Glass Co.,TIi'nry Whitney, 

agent. 7 Federal 
P'-oinix Glass W'ks, Second, c, B 
CAXON SHEET GLASS CO. 
•J 111 to 111 Congress, J. M. 

Cook, nrent fsee page 6S71 
OTANTFORD J. W. ft CO. 36 
^ AVash. Chomneonatliiel 
CITFFOLK GT,ASS CO., J. Jen- 
•^ kins, tieas. W. IL Locke, agt., 

78 AVnter 
TTNION GLASS CO., 3. P. 
^ Gregory, agent. 115 Milk 
hnpnytpm nf Platp Olnaa, 
JOLES LEVI ft SON. Hayniar- 
ket sq.. cor. Sudbury 

BUCKLEY. BANCROFT, ft 
BOYDEN .501 and 511 Wash, 
(■see na"p (\9S) 

CARPENTER, WOODWARD, 
ft MORTON. 77 Clinton 
HILLS. TURNER, ft IIAR- 
A10N..19 ElmCsee'frontcol'd p.) 
T \MBERT BROS. 10 and 12 
-'-' Merchants row 

MKA'ER Cn AS. E. ft CO. 7 ft 8 
Ilaymnrket square and 105 & 
107 Friend (see page 6.86) 
Pngp. n-irrlin". ft Co. 191 State 
CHERBITKNE R. ft AV. 20 and 22 
"^ Canal, and 21 Merrimac 

nin^s Wnrp Dealers. 
Asblev J. E- 72 Kilbv 

BARRETT CHARLES B. 45 
Noi-th Market 

• RAN1GAN ft CUDDY, 19 & 

* 21 Harvard place 
"DRIGGS RICHARD, 137 Wash- 
•*-^ ington 

(^nllender .lohn R. .5.5 Kilbv 
PATE&NICKERSON, i70Sum- 
^ mer. and 200 Federal 
PHAMRERLAIN GEORGE, 
^ 1111 Wash. 

flHAAIBERLAINH. B. & W. O. 
^ ,112 Wash, (chemical and phi- 
losophical, spe page 691) 
Corniprais H, ft Co.35 to 39 Federal 
T~JEAVEY F. O. 29 Merrimac and 
■^ 28 Canal 
Foster Geo. W. 14 Blackstone 

fbottles-) 
■pRENCH ABRAM & CO. 151 
^ Milk 
Hastings P. J. 14 Chardon 

O M E R, L A N E , ft C O. 52 
- TTnion 
rONES,MrDIIFFEE,&STRAT- 
TON, S3 So. Market (see page 
6.S7) 
YNDEBORO' GLASS CO. 49 
■^ India 
[ARJORAAIJ. W. W. (agent 
Collin's Sun Chimneys) 65 
Haverhill (see page 643) 
Marshall J. P. ft Bro. 63 Congress 
Morev. Havnes. ft Co. 50 Congress 
IVflREY ft SAIITH, 49 Ilaver- 
-^'J- hill (see page 694) 

MUNROE A. B. Je. 68 Congress 
(see page i:,59) 
Nelson A. M. ft Co. 120 Congress 

NICHOLSON ft FROST, 137 & 
119 Milk 
J^ICE J. E. ft CO. 65 Sudbury 

POGERS ft CO. 105, 107, and 109 

-•-'' Federal 

Rogers George W. 118 Congress 

CMITH RALPH & CO. 20 Ex- 

^ change 

Smith Thomas ir. 65 Union 

QTEDMAN t). B. ft CO. 136 

^ Slimmer (see page 699) 

^TORY ft MELLEN, 112 Tre- 

^ mont (shades) 

riLLIAMS WM. B. 113 Milk 



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Dealers in Window Glass. 
"DOLES LEVI & SON. Hay- 
•^ market sq. cor. Sudbury 

BRAGDON, TAVENER,"& CO. 
8 India 
/^lARPENTER, AVOODWARD, 
^ ft MORTON, 77 Clinton 
(100K J. M. 131 and 141 Con- 
^ gress (see page 6,s7) 
PI ILLS. TURNER, ft HAR- 
•'--'- MON, ,39 Elm (importers, see 

front colored p 'ge) 
Howe ft French, 69 Blackstone 
TTUNNEAVELL J. W. ft CO. 7 & 
■'•-^ 8 Commercial wharf 
T AMBERT BROTHERS, 10 & 

12 Merchants row 
TVTEY'ER CHAS. E. & CO. 7 and 
■"-'- 8 Holmes block, Haymarket 

sq. and 103 and 107 Friend (see 

page 686) 



Pige.Harding.ft Co. 191 StateCmfs.) 

SHERBURNE R. &W. 20 and 22 
Canal, and 19 and 21 Merrimac 
Wnchtel P. ,341 Hanover 
Wadsworth, Howland, St Co. 34 

India 
OliiHfi (Window) Import- 
ers an<I Healers. 
HILLS. TURNER, ft HAR- 
MON, ,39 Elm (see front col- 
ored page) 
OlaHH AdvertlslnsrSlKn*. 
QRANE J. II. 63 Union 

XyHITNEY W. H. 60 Water 

OlaHH and Chemloals. 

DODGE. COIJ.IER, ft PER- 
KINS, 115 Wash, (see p. 641) 

eiass Chimney Manufs. 

Bohemian Glass Co. 1.32 Water 

Olass Cutters and En- 
gravers. 

Boston Glass Cutting Co. 14 Char- 

■DR ANIG AN, CUDDY, & CO. 21 
•'-' Hnrvard place 

COOK J. M. 131 and 141 Con- 
gress (see page 687) 
TTe'lLEY BROTHERS,? 
••^ Spring lane 
"DICE J. E. & CO. 65 Sudbury 

TT-^'Hnn-s P. J. 14 Chardon 
T\7"ES~T SAMUEL, 19 Mortoa 
' ' place 

eiass Shades. 
CTORY ft MELLEN, 112 Tre- 
^ mont 
Olass Makers' Supplies. 

WINSLOW W. H. ft CO. 147 
Milk 
Olass Stalners. 

COOK J. M. Ill and 141 Congress 
^«pppagp6S7) 
WEST SAMUEL, 19 Morton pi 

Olaziers' Points and 
Diamonds. 

HILLS TfTRNER, ft HAR- 
MON, ,39 Elm (see front col'd 

T AMBERT BROTHERS, 10 
-'-' Merchants row 

Olobe IW anuf. 

Joslin Oilman, 5 Mt. Vernon ave. 

Oloves and Mittens. 

(.Sfie also Ki'l Gloves.) 

TTAWLEY & CO. 12 Elm 

Judson G. C. ft Co. (manuf. buck- 
skin) 4 Lincoln 

Kent M. A. (manuf. Plymouth 
hiieVskin). 49 Summer 

WHITE BROS. & KILBURN, 
145 Summer (manufs,, see p. 
6(i.5) 
Olue Manufacturers. 
"DAEDFR. ADAMSON, ft CO. 

Canen ft Pieree. 8 <^ustom Ho. st. 
PARPFNTER, WOODWARD. 
^ ft MORTON. 77 Clinton (sheet) 
pRANE, WAITE, ft CO. 14 St 16 
^ Central (dealers) 
Essex Glue Co., Walker & Bro- 
ther. 17 Merchants row 
TTING D. WEBSTER ft CO. 51 

jyjERRILL BROS. 213 State 

■[JPTON GEORGE, 56 Kilby 

Olue Stock. 

"^ARD N. ft CO. 104 Fulton 

CJlvcerlne. 

-DUSH GEO. H. ft CO. 7 Bat- 
•^ terymarch 

Oold Beaters. 

Bacon W. Frank, 3 Hawkins 
Blackwood Jnmes, 13 Marshall 
Cnhot E. S. 83 Sudbury 
J)AA'IS G. W. 17 Spring lane 

Drew Joseph L. & Son, 3 Province 
court , 

Kerr ft Prescott, 55 Hamilton pi. 
(gold foil) , ^ 

fTOOD ft REYNOLDS, 5 Jack- 

-'-'- son place 

T OTHROP E. W. 16 Harvard 

^ place 



(xaa PlTkAO ***«•'«•' «"^ IVrofove! connected at short notice, QfiQ W^^^'J 
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BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Oold Chains. 

ITETTELL J. V. 158 Washing- 
■•^ ton 

Oold r.ear and Foil 
Manufacturer. 

J) AVIS G. W. 17 Spring lane 

Oold Pen Afanufs. 

IVri^AD CHARliES W. successor 
-"-'- to George E. Farnsworth, 91 

Wash, (see page 044) 
Snow F. W. 95.i Wa«h. 

Oold and Silver Platers. 

pARR M. W. & CO. 38 Water 

■pORBES A. J. 10 Bowker 

Craraphom James, 83 Sudbury 
HiUman J. J. 24 Sudbury 
Jjaforme V. 1.5 Water 
"RICHARDS H. M. JEWELRY, 
-'-*' CO. 7 Green, cnr. Chardon 
Kicker E. J. 16 North Centre 

OoTernors. 

Gillespie Governor Co. 19 ,Tohn 

T YNCH J. AUGUSTUS & CO. 

■•-' 103 State 

QTURGES B. R. 81 Wash., room 

^ IS (gas-) 

TINGLE Y AUTOMATIC 

^ HEAT GOVERNOR CO. 51i 

Conerpsfi (see page (571) 
■TO^ATERS & CROWTHER, 8 

^^ Province 

Orain Elevators. 

East Boston, Grand Junction whf. 
Stebbins S. B. 46 to 58 Eastern ave. 

Orain Measurer. 

Ray George P. 121 Commercial 
Oralner and Polisher. 

JJ^OBERTS C. W. 19 Avery 

Oranlte Oealers. 

•D ALDWIN & EMERSON, Ded- 
■'-' ham. n. Plympton 
Barker Henry & Bros. 22 State 
Blessington Peter, wliarf foot of 

Cambridse, and 22 State 
Boston Redstone Co., William B. 

Brown, treas. 13 Doane 
Boston & Maine Granite Co. 

order box 22 State 
pAMPBELL P. & SONS, Swett, 
^-^ n. Reed, order box 22 State 
QLAPP & BALLUE, 22 State 

Corliss D. G. & Co. 22 State 

Davis D. C. 22 State 

Davis & Goodrich, order box 22 

State 
Dell Bros. & Co. 22 State 
Derry C. T. (sea wall), 22 State 
Eames Ezra & Co. 22 State 
Frederick & Field, 22 State 
Oilman J. E. & F. L. 22 State 
Granite Railway Co. 31 Pemberton 
square, and 22 State, O. E. Shel- 
don, agent 
TJ ALL CHARLES E. & CO. 69 
■'-'- Charlestown and 101 Haver- 
hill (Scotch, see back colored 
page) 
Hardwick C. H. & Co. 22 State 
Hoslev & Russell, 4.38 Federal 
Leavitt T. H. 41 Kilby 
Lyons John S., Boston wharf and 
22 State 

McAWLEY EDWARD & SON, 
97 Wareham 
TyriDDLESEX STONE BRICK 
■'-'-'- CO. 12 Pemberton square 
Mitchell Granite Works, 41 Kilby 
and 22 State, C. R. Mitchell, agt 
Parker A. 22 State (contractor) 

QUINCY GRANITE WORKS, 
41 Kilby, Mitchell, Wendell, 
& Co. 

QUINCY GRANITE CO., C. H. 
Fawcett, agent, 6 Traveller 
building 
Richards Lawrence, 240 Federal 
Kicker E. .304 Charles 
Rockport Granite Co., J. Stimson, 

agent, 2 Traveller building 
Rogers O. T. & Co. 22 State 
Sargent E. C. 22 State 

SANBORN A. C. & CO. at E. 
Cambridge, order box 22 State 
Trumbull S. T. & Co. 22 State 
■Williams & Spellman, 22 State 

Orate Bars. 

riORBETT A. O. 13 Battery- 
^ march, (Randall Skeleton, see 
page 642) 



Orates. 

"lyrURDOCK & CO. ll Marshall 

Oreen House Boilers <fe 
Pipes. 

Smith & Lynch, 49 Portland 
TO"H1TELEY E. 61 Charlestown 

Orind stones. 

T OMBARD & CO. 13 Lewis whf. 
■'-' cor. Atlantic ave. (see p. 690) 
MERCHANT S. L. & CO. 27 
-^'-'- Central whf. (see page 64.3) 
■READ, STEVENSON, & CO., 
-'-'' Sargent's whf. (see page 684) 
Seaman J. T. & Co. 3 Eastern ave. 
TTNION STONE CO. 29 Kilby 
^ (see inside back cover) 

Orlst Mills. 

Citv Wharf Mill, A. Dow, supt. 77 
Clinton 

McLATTTHLTN GEO. T. & CO. 
120 Fulton (see page 674) 
Ryan Patrick, 120 Fulton 

Orist Mill Manufs. 

"nUNCAN & COPEI-AND, 379 
■^ Commercial (see pnee 6661 
TJOI.MES & BLANCHARD. 6 
-'■-'- Havninrketso. (see page 697) 
Mel- AUTHI.IN (JEO. T: & CO. 
J-TX J20 Fulton (see page 674) 

Oroeers. 

U'Tiolesalf. 
Allen Daniel & Co. 149 Blackstone 
Allen & Woodworth. 19.5 State 
Allison & Mason, 3Iii Broad 
Avers & Eaton. .50 Central 
Baker C. & .1. F. & Co. 107 Com'l 
Baldwin Wm. H. 3 Commerce 
Batchelder, Monn, & Co. 210 State 
Bickforrt I. H.6I Clinton 
Bliss James, 349 Broad 
Boyd, Leeds, & Co. 216 State 
Briffgs & Shattuck. 165 Milk 
DROOKS HENRY C. & CO. 67 

Commercial 
Caldwell, Tate, & Woodman, 141 

Milk 
Callender Henry & Co. 1 Com'l 
Carr, Torrey. & Co. 148 State 
PARTER," MANN, & CO. 207 
^ State 
Claflin, AUison, & Somes, 8 So. 

Market 
Clapp J. Gardner, 26 Elm 
Cnnant ,). F. & Co. .'iO Chatham 
nONANTS & SANBORN, 17 So. 
'-' Market 

Dana, Hyde, & Co. m Broad 
Dana Thomas & Co. 9 & 11 Com- 
mercial 
Danforth, Scudder, & Co. 203 State 
Darling George, 65 Blackstone 
Da\j.is & Coker, 204 Commercial 
Deniond Thomas D. & Co. 184 
State fmercial 

Dole A. L. & Co. 170 and 1(2 Com- 
Dorr, Parks, & Co. 2 Commeree 
Eaton Chas. F. 40 Long wharf 
Farringtons, Tozier, & Hall, 146 

State 
Fellows, Weeks, & Co., Battery- 
march, cor. Hamilton 
Gammans J. jr. 103 Commercial) 
Gay Timothy & Co. 22 India 
f^bODNOW D. & CO. 91 and 93 
^-* Commercial 

Goodnow G. & Co. 29 So. Market 
Hall ,M. L. & Co. 34 Faneuil Hull 

square 
Haskell & Adams, 219 State 
Higgins G. W.& Co. 141 Miljc 
Hurd G. F. & B. & Co. 5 South 

Market 
Kaulback John G. jr. 128 Water 
Mclntyre P. & Co. 196 Comm'l 
Meriam S. & W. & Co. 39 S. Mark't 
Miller Bros. 127 State 
Moody Charles E. & Co. 75 and 77 

Commercial 
Morse, Linder, & Co. 45 Comm'l 
Munroe I. W. & Co. 5 Comm'l 
Nowell J. A. 169 Blackstone 
( iBER & PEABODY, 187 Black- 
^ stone 

PEIRCE, DANA, & CO. 42 
^ Broad 

Peirce Silas & Co. 59 and 61 Com- 
mercial 
Pendleton & Rose, 308 Broad 
piERCE S. S., Court, cor. Tre- 
■*• mont 

Flummer H. N.&E.L. 133 Central 
pOTTER & FOSTER, 88 and 90 
•*- Kneeland 

Raymond F. H. & Co. 87 Broad 
Kice F. & F. & Co. 78 Broad 
Rich John & Co. 136 Commercial 



Rich Matthias & Co. 29 Comm'l 
Richards, Adams, & Co. 235 State 
Roberts J. W. & A. 148 Blackstone 
Rogers A. C. & f'o. 14 Commercial 

wharf, and 145 Blackstone 
Ryder & Hardy, 65 Commercial 
Sawtell A. & Co. 33 So. Market 
Sears & Co. 178 and 180 State 
Shapleigh Wm. A. & Co. 13 City 

wharf 
Sleeper S. S. & Co. .3.5 So. Market 
Smith W. D. & Co. 78 North 
Stearns Wm . & Co. 60 Chatham 
Stedmaii, Thayer, & Co. 91 Broad 
Torrey George W. & Co. 25 and 26 

South Market 
Wadlev, Spurr, & Co. 5 India and 

S Broad 
WASON, PEIRCE, & CO. 61 
'^'^ Chatham 

Wentworth & Faxon, 208 State 
Winchester, Talbot, & Upham, 56 

Chatham 
Winslow & Myrick, 199 State 

lietail. 
Abbott James E. 110 Pleasant and 

74 Church 
Adams C. H. 31 Lincoln 
Adams, Fessenden, & Co. 177 

Court 
Adams J. Frank, 1701 Wash. 
Adams & Eaton, .527 & 529 Tremont 
Airola G. B. 335 Hanover 
Alden G. O. 123 Warren 
Allen James, 203 Ninth 
Andrews Charles, 28 Kneeland 
Andrews John, 26 1 
Anthes Matthew, 341 Eighth 
Arey L. H. & Co. 1 Chelsea, E. B. 
Atkinson R. H. 1503 Wash, and 10 

Worcester 
Baker E. & Co. 5.54 Dorch. ave. 
Baker Geo. W., Dorch. ave., cor. 

Ellsworth, ward Hi 
Baker Stephen, jr.. Bird, cor. Cey- 
lon, ward 16 
Baldwin John J. 109 Hampden 
Bampton & Lovejoy, 1.S.S9 Wash. 
Barden T. J. 27 Margaret 
Barry E. 92 Cove 
Barry John, 402 and 419 Hanover 
Barry John H. 114 P, cor. Fifth 
Barry Mary, 69 Barton 
Barry Michael M. 260 Eighth 
Barry Patrick, 10 Broadway 
Barry William, 88 South 
Barstow & Frisbie, Bennington, c. 

London 
Baitlett A. M. Mrs. 86 Sumner 
Barton F. W., Way, cor. Albany 
Batchelder & Co. 28 Friend, 

and 201 Cambridge 
Beal Wilder & Co. 1058 Tremont 
Bearse F. H. & Co. 50 Bedford 
Beer Anthony, 98 Carver 
Bell Wm. Mrs. 1257 Tremont 
Bennett Geo. S. 70 Saratoira, E.B. 
Bennighotr A. & P. 1210 Tremont 
Bickford W. D. 228 and 2.30 Broad 
Bicknell N. B. & Co. 44 Howard 
Bicknell, Young, & Co. 3 Charles 
Bisch Bernard, 36 Northampton 
Bixby Elhridge S. 22 Central sq. 
Blaney N. T. 149 Second 
Blanchard O. J. 1-34 Sulem and 72 

Prince 
Blasser Joseph, 29 Russell place, 

ward 15 
Bogan Edward, 115 Third 
Bogue Hugh, 1111 Kingston 
Bond & Winch, .378 Broadway and 

117 Dorchester 
Bonner Dennis, 155 Endicott 
Bonney H. T. & Co. 10 Boylston 
Bowe Patrick, 25 I, cor. Second 
Bowles Thomas, 159 D 
Boyle P. 99 Pynchon 
Bradley Bernard, Mrs. 648 Fourth 
Brannon Daniel, 135 Tyler 
Brett John, .320 Harrison avenue 
Bresnahan M. 108 Warrenton 
Bresnahan T. 22 Avery 
Briggs & Clapp, 342 Dorchester 
TJRlTTON DANIEL, Thacher. 
■'-' cor. N. Margin 
Brockway J. L. 16 and 18 Suffolk 

market 
Broderick M. 116 Ruggles 
Brooke Wm. H. V. & Co. 268 D 
Brooks John C. 6 Lowell 
Brooks Levi S. 93 Meridian, E.B. 
Brown C. H. W. 371 Sumner, E.B. 
Brown C. J. 15 Everett, E.B. 
Brown J. A. & Son, 10 Central sq. 
Brown J. C. 665 Broadway 
Brown J. J. 343 E 
Brown M. Mrs. 30 Prentiss 
Brown Richard L. 18 Newman 
Brown S. F. Si Son, 4-37 Broadway 
Brownell Pardon, 34 Oak 
Bryden W. R., Curve, cor. Tyler 
Buck John, 510 Eighth 



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Jluckley John, 48 Pleasant 
Buckner T. '!ti2 Dorchester 
gUFFlIM CAKLON, 1!U Friend 

Bullnrd B. F. S. llW.i Treniont 
Bullaril N. G. & Co. .'ills Iliirr. ave. 
Burgess. Faxon, & Co. aU Federal 
Buniham Lewis, iL'l London and 

i:>4 Lexington 
Burke .Milo J. 187 Dorchester ave. 
Burke Wni., Everett, cor. Cottage 
Burli-snii Wm. 0. '.■) Pleasant 
Burns Kdward, .372 Second 
Burns ,1. .L I.S5 Second 
Burr Henry T. 3.3 and 35 Lakeman 

market 
Burrows & Morse, ]S.')5 Wash. 
Butts .John, 23 Cliirk 
Buxton Henry. ','02 Salem 
Buzzell Azro, 3.50 Hanover 
Cade^iin James, Ii2 IJnooln 
Cahill M. 1.55 Leverett 
CallaKlian B. 4lii Parker 
Callun;in J. 322 Harrison avenue 
Callahan Mary, 4!) Swan 
Callanane Mary, 91 Warrenton 
Canny U. 175 Endicott 
Cardell I oring D. 4(31 Broadway 
Carey James, 14 Taher 
Carlin John, 323 Third 
(Jarnes John, 885 Albany 
Carney H. F. 44 Third 
Carney John, 9(1 Salem 
Carr J. A. 1,525 Washington 
Carroll John, l(i Oswego 
Carroll Patrick, 1293 Tremont 
Casev Joseph. 177 E 
Casey Wm. 170 North 
Caswell Thomas, 48 Prince 
Cawley D. jr. & Co. 174 Endicott 
Chaft'ee George A. 24 Pinckney 
Chambers Thomas, 38 i*reniis8 
Champncy Chas. S. 882 and 884 

Shawmut avenue 
Chase J. W. 176 Salem 
Chester J. H. 2() Dover 
Clancy Michael, 170 Factory 
Clapp Albert, 380 Dudley 
Clapp D. & S. B. 8 and 10 Wash- 
ington market 
Clarlc James, .37 S. Margin 
Clark P. J. 72 Merrimac 
Cleary Thomas, 10 Fifth 
Clifford M. 90 Warrenton 
Cobb, Bates, & Yerxa, 510 Wash. 

and 4 Bowdoin sq. 
Cobb Bros. & Co. !»« Washington 
Cobb C. D. & Bros., 550 Wash. 
Cobb Edward, 114 Cambridge 
Cobb George F. ims Tremont 
Cobb H. E. & Co. Ii:i3 Washington 
Cobb Josiah H. & Son. 10.37 Wash. 
Cobleisli George, 557 Tremont and 

19 Washington market 
Coburn S. A. 81 Green 
Cochran J. A. & Co. 135 Princeton 
Cochrane P. R. 199 West Canton 
Coflev Daniel, 151 Beach 
Cole A. F. 142 Broadway 
Cole Geo. S., Eighth, cor. F 
Colemim Catharine Mrs. 1.37 Tyler 
Coleridge John R. ,55 Portland 
Collins Daniel, 8'.l Porter. E.B. 
Collins Dennis, B, cor. Bolton 
Collins John, 241 Friend 
Collins John, 885 Albany 
Collins Patrick, 129 Essex 
Collins Patrick, 9 I- leet 
Colman Joseph J. 177 Salem 
Comhoy Martin. 5 Oneida 
Condon John, 179 I 
Connell Hugh, 1.34 C 
Connell J. 149 D 
Connell Maurice, 6<i Baxter 
Connelly John, 326 Federal and 43 

South 
Connelly Timothy, 467 Com'l 
Connor James, 1(13 Dorch. ave. 
Connor T. 147 K;ieeland 
Conroy John. 1224 Tremont 
Conroy .Martin, 5 Oswego 
Conway Thomas, 86 Endicott 
Cook Thomas, l2l Charlestown 
Cooledge Win. C. IH) Kneeland 
Coran L. 15 Hampden 
Corthell Widlaee, 10.58 Tremont 
Costa Frank, 240 Blue Hill ave. 
Cottle Joiuithan. 26 Congress 
Coughlan Thos. 170 Endicott 
Crane Michael, (H South Margin 
Creighton "eo. E. 52 Dorchester. 

cor. Third 
Crorv Brotliers, 1290 Tremont 
Crosby Patrick D. IIM) Hampden 
Crowley John, 23 Davenport 
Crowley Wm. 210 Third [works 
Cuddy Lawrence, Swett, near gas 
Cummings ,lohn, 88 Sec"nd 
Cummings Patrick, 21.". Cambridge 
Cunningham John B. 112 North- 
ampton 
Currier & Boutwell, 102 Blackstone 



Cushman C. S. 8 Meridian 
Dailey Michael, 241 Fourth 
Dailey Timothy, 1,53 Kneeland 
Daly C. J.. Eighth, corner E 
Daly Ellen, 135 Essex 
Dalv John, 75 Hampden 
DalV Mil-linel,. 325 Sumner, E.B. 
Darling .t Hum, 115 Tyler 
Darling* Pomerov, 100 Blackstone 
Davis Alva W. .3,57 Meridian, E.B. 
Davis N. G. 173 Shawmut ave. 
Davis & Demeritt. 54 Beach 
Day Tea Co. 56 Bromtield 
•n E A N E. WILLIAMS, 357 
-^ Triinont 

Decatur D. F. 1.372 Tremont 
Decker Christinn. .329 Sumner 
Deery W. 4.34 Tremont 
Demeritt C. D. & Co. 77 Leverett 
Dempscy P. J. 107 Cabot 
Denning Benj.. Algir 
Derrv H. A. 2.37 Sumner, E.B. 
Devine James. 153 Eghth 
Devoy F.liza Mrs. 279 Fourth 
Dexter N. S. 272 Sl'awnint avenue 
Dodge Albert S. 211 Ruggles 
Doherty Edward, 56 Salem 
Dohertv Kdward, 180 Everett 
Doherty Edward, 129 Endicott 
DohertV George, Endicott, cor. 

Thacher 
Dohertv Henry, 647 Harrison ave. 
Doherty John, 13(i Prince 
Doherty Neil, 23 Cooper 
Doherty Patrick, 184 D 
Dohertv P. 95 Prince 
DohertV Thomas, 118 Prince 
Dolan B. 98 Hampden 
Dolan Patrick, Phillips, near Tre- 
mont 
Dole Geo. 118 Bro.ndway 
Donaher John F. 21 Dorchester 
Donegan Catharine, 218 Fourth 
Donnelly E. C. Mrs. 43 Lowell 
Donnelly Mary, 2.36 Everett, E.B. 
Donnelly Patrick, 31 Maiden 
Donovan Blackstaft', 254 Second 
Donovan Michael, 27 Yeoman 
Donovan M. 61 Preble and 486 

Dorch. ave. 
Donovan J. 19 Second 
Donovan M. H. 288 Harrison ave. 
Douglas M. 1248 Tremont 
Dowd Thomas, 42 Norfolk ave. 
Doyle James J. 251 Albany 
1 >ovle Patrick, 1232 Tremont 
Drew Mary, 10 Fifth 
Drinan James, 298 North 
Driscoll C. J. 316 North 
Driscoll Dennis C. 74 W. Dedham 
Driscoll John F. .3.55 North 
Driscoll Patrick, .S73 First 
Dudley E. A. 141 Shawmut ave. 
Duffy Edward, IS Lancaster 
Duffy & Riley, 18 Cross 
Dugan D. C. .325 Federal 
Dunbar Welcome & Son, 17 Mon- 
mouth 
Dunn .M. 246 Centre 
Duran Patrick, 185 Ninth 
Dwyer Cornelius, Second, cor. F 
Earl Charles, 58 Clarendon 
Eaton Eben B. 16 Pleasant 
Edwards Pierpont & Co., Beacon, 

opp. Parker 
Elkins J. G., Blossom, c. Parkman 
Elkins C. U. & Co. 121 Brighton 
Erskine Bedfield, 73 Lexington, 

and .325 Meridian 
Erwin Kdward, .306 Fourth 
Erwin Win. 148 Sixth 
Eustace Alexander, 142 Pleasant 
Eustace J. F. 454 Commercial 
Eustace Wm., Church, cor. Win- 
chester 
Evans J. M. 76, 273, and 275 Me- 
ridian, E.B. 
Falvev Jeremiah, Orleans, c. Mav- 
erick 
Fales & Fuller, Neponset ave. near 

Minot, ward 16 
Farrell & Dixon. 22 Commerc'l wf. 
Farrington Franklin, Dorch. ave. 

cor. East, ward 16 
Faunce C. B. 1313 Tremont 
Faunce & Putnam, 2107 Wash. 
Favor E. W. & Co. 425 Shawmut 

avenue 
Fay Henry L. 58 Church 
Fay Peter, 173 Cabot 
Fay Thomas, 10: I2 Tremont 
Fenton Wm. 41 C 
Ferguson J. & Son, 283 Broadway 
Fernald J. C. & Co. 27 Boylstou 
Fesseiiden & Flasg, 542 Eighth 
FielderJ. A.27 Prince 
Finneran Thomas, 20 Warren 
Finnerty Martin, 1.352 Tremont 
Fish Bro.s. ,58 Border and 77 Mav- 
erick. E.B. 
Fitz Wm. 1.59 Eliot 
Fitzgerald Bros. 56 W. Canton 



Fitzgerald James Mrs. 145 Eve rett 
Fitzgerald James, 310 Norlh 
Fitzgerald John, 47J South 
Flagg& Favor, 1.50 Cambridge 
Flaherty Margaret, 2.8 South 
Fleming Thomas, 1.32 Kingston, 

and 129 Kssex 
Fletcher Samuel, 165 Ninth 
Flynn J., Kneeland. cor. Cove 
Flynn Patrick, jr. 4.35 Hanover 
Flynn Thomas. .33 First 
Foley M. Mrs. 107 Sixth 
Foley Wm. 8.3 Fifth 
Foley Wm. H. 90 South 
Fox C. E. & Co. 6a5 Tremont 
Frederick E. O. 246 D 
Freeman & Cole, 126 Dorchester 
Frenzel Adam, 1089 Tremont 
Pfisbie A, Bennington, c. London 
Frye H. B. & Co. ») Blackstone 
Fuller & Kelton. 1(K) K and 106 P 
Funke .M. B., Shawmut ave., cor 

Carney 
Furlo g Nicholas, 145 Dorch. ave. 
Furness & Twombly, Washington, 

near River, ward 16 
Gallivan D. 200 and 202 Fourth 
Gallagher E<lward, 628 Ilarr. ave. 
Gallaher J. & Son, Clay, c. Hamp- 
shire 
Galvin Michael, 93 Albany 
Galvin Wm. II. 1.55 Albany 
Gardiner J. H. 181 Cambridge 
Gardner Joseph H. 300 Shawmut 

avenue 
Garrity Lawrence, 112 Ruggles 
Gavin P. 1(X)3 Harrison avenue 
Gentleman M. H., Decatur, cor. 

London 
Geraghty John J. 281 Sumner 
Gibbons Michael, .371 Sumner 
Giblin Hugh, 26 B 
Gilbert John, jr. & Co. 2 Tremont 

row, 45 Essex, and 28 West 
Gilbert & Knight, Pleasant, corner 

Tremont 
Gile Stephen, 201 Dorchester 
Gilfether Daniel, 111 Fourth 
Gilfelher F. 18.3 D 
Gilfether M., Third, cor. E 
Gill Edward, 74 Endicott 
GiUingham Albert & Co. 212 Eliot 
Gilmartin Hugh, 142 Merrimac 
Gleason Roswell & Sons, Wash- 
ton, near Bowdoin, ward 16 
Goodale M. M. 538 Dorchester ave. 
Goodman George W.79 Phillips 
Gorman Thomas, 217 E 
Gottlob Julius, 31 Pleasant 
Gourley John, 34 Prince 
Gove Milo, Myrtle, cor. Anderson 
Grady A. N. 193 Havre, E.B. 
Grady Thomas F. 74 Albany 
Graham Geo. 869 Broadway, cor. O 
Grant J. H. 112 Cambridge 
Gray Edward J. 128 Everett 
Gray & Bro. 51 Cottage, E.B. 
QRIGGS E. W. 20 Camden 

Gross F. A. 79 West Cedar and 67 

Dover 
Guilfoyle M. 176 and 178 Third 
Hagan James, 516 Commercial 
Hagertv T. F. 46 Orange 
Haigh Wm. 11. IAS Vernon 
Hale Jerome B. 413 & 415 Dudley 
Hall Abijah, Clarendon, cor. Ap- 

pleton 
Hall D. W. 267 Harrison avenue 
Hall E. 242 Fourth 
Hall Harrison B. 1894 Washington 
Hall Joseph E., Dorchester ave., 

cor. Adams, ward 1(> 
Hallahan James, 100 Deeatur 
Hamblen Isaiah B. 98 Cambridge 
Harding H. B., Neponset ave. 

cor. Walnut, ward 16 
Harkins James, 51 Endicott 
Harkins M. J. 55 and 57 Endicott 
Harkins Neil D. & Co. 16 Cross 
Harahan Thos. .340 Harrison ave. 
Harrington W. S. 152 Sumner, and 

55 Chelsea, E.B. 
Harris Wm. H. 4 Pynchon 
Harrold James S. 93 Charlestown 
Hart C. 23 Oneida 
Hartnett Timothy C. 131 Brighton 
Harvey Daniel 172 Pvnchon 
Harvison A. & Bro. 2!)5 Fourth 
Haskell L. P. 137 Summer 
Hastings S. B. 246 Harrison ave. 
Haven James. 12 A 
Hayden S. W. bet. Taylor and 

Walnut, ward 16 
Hayes James & Co. 107 Pleasant 
Hayford Nathan H. 1693 Wash. 
Haynes Frank U. & Co. 1 and 3 

Blue Hill ave. 
Healey Cornelius, 28 B [doin 

Henderson W. H., Beacon, c. Bow- 
Hennessey Edword, B, cor. Third 
Hennessey Mary, 22 Swan 



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BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Grocers— continued. 
Hennessey P. fiS Fifth 
Hetlierston Anrtrpw, 1590 Wash. 
Hill Thomas, Com'l, near Dorch. 

ave. ward 16 
Hirschanr Anton. 29 and 3t Chiiroh 
Hodgdon Geo. C. 87 Marion, E.B. 
Hodsdon J. fi4 Princeton, E.B. 
Hodgkins Samnel R. Sm Chelsea 
Hoffman Rros. n Chad wick 
Holland n. 3.19 Federal 
Holland M. 90 C 
Hollis Charlotte, 2 Cunard 
Holmes .Tnhn, 14'! fc 148 Harr ave 
Holmes Wm. A. & Co. ft. Causeway 
Holz Anton. 278 Eiehth 
Homer Leslie C. IdR P 
JJOPKINS A. H. 522 Parker 

Horton Lonis. WB Dorchester 

Horton W. am Dorchester ave. 

Houehton Bros. 62 Lowell 

Howland Charles C. 384 Shawmut 
avenue 

Hushes P. 101 Chelsea 

Humphreys G. H. .5 Chad wick 

Hyland Wm. F. H. 1.30 D 

Inprsham Calvin C. 16 Causeway 

Jackmiin Geo. C. 2.89 Broadway 

Jackson S. A. T.t Webster 
, Jarvis Charles. 21 Leverett 

Johnson E. S. l.Wl Wash 

Johnson .Tohn F..39 Shawmnt ave. 

JOHN SON THOM AS,6n4 Broad- 

" wav 

Jones Geo..A. Field's corner, Dor- 
Chester ave.. near Adams 

Jordan E. B. 191 Hamnden 

Joyce John, 19 Second 

Joyce .Toaenh. ?.S6 Fri-nd 

Kaler Edward R. ,30 Sumner, E.B. 

Kane Edward. .39 Cross 

Kane John, 24 Fifth 

Kane Thom"s, HI .Second 

Karle John B., River, near Tem- 
Dle, ward 16 

Keany M. 232 North 

Keatin? William, 21 Sprine 

Kearns Patrick, ,82 Quincy 

Keefe Peter. Il cor.. Gold 

Keegan Henry P. .11 Prince 

Keen S. N. 40 Princeton 

Keenan P.Maveriek. c. Liverpool 

Keenan Thomas. 21.'; North 

Kelley Daniel, 619 Harnson ave. 

^•^ ey .Tohn F. 11 FhHows 

Ke ey M.chael, Hi Warrenton 

Kellev Patrick. 4" Gouch 

Kelly Daniel. 103 Chelsea. E.B. 

Ke ly .Tohn, 470 Commercial 

K*llv John, 49 Cross 

Kelty Michael. .34 N. Anderson 

Kcnney M 9 Culvert 

Kenney Martin, Quincy, c. Cher- 
ry, ward 14 

Kent S. P. & Son, 130 Shawmut 
avenue 

Kerrjfran Edward J. 99 Norfolk av. 

Kemsan M. A. 108 Charter 

v-^H."?, E',?^'""^- f'"'. Nashua 
Kimball E. B. .W Elm 
Kimball George F. 49 and .51 Elm 
Kineshury Chas. C. & Co. 1665 

Washinston 
Kirchgasner S. 203 Fifth 
Knight D. T. & Frost. 294 Tremont 
Kne»land Patrick. 48 Chapman 
Know es P F. .33 Renninston 
Knowlton Bros. 98 Blackstone 
Korner C. A. cor. Second 
Kramer Matthias. 62 Middle 
Lahey Thomas. 207 Eighth 
Lamb John 326 Shawmut avenue 
Lambert Eliza, 22 Genesee 
Lane Hugh, 92 Endicott 
Lane Thomas J. 20 Avery 
Lantalnm .Tohn. 463 Commercial 
Lappen John, 278 Fourth 
Larkin James, .307 Sumner E B 
Lawton W. C. 145 Beach ' 
Leach Wm. T. 49 Leverett 
Leahy John, 114 Prinre 
Leahy .Joseph, Mrs. 133 D 
Leahy William, 148 Sixth 
Leavens H. N., N. Russell, comer 

Eaton 
Leavitt Thomas, 93 Village 
Lee Hugh, .54 W. Dedhara 
Leen M. 44 Gouch 
I'*'~hton John, Central sq. corner 

Meridian 
LeLaeheur Henry, 36 Haynes 
Leonard Lawrence, 87 Salem 
J'mT^^.J;,^''''''*^'^- 1'' So- Margin 
Lilly Thomas, 63 Endicott 
Lmgham Chas. T. 275 Ruggles 
Lmgham H. E. 253 Dudley 
Litchfield J. A. 121 Levere'tt 
Little H. B. 1191 Tremont 
Locke Henry T. 63 Revere 
Lodge Patrick, Mrs. 3,39 Harr. ave. 
Long John, 319 Federal 



Long John, jr. 42 Oneida 
Looney Cornelius, 19 First 
Loonev Timothy. 24 Pleasant 
Lord & Johnson', 75 Boylston 
Loughlin Bros. .36 Broadway 
Loveil Andrew J. 62 and 64 Cam- 
bridge 
Lynch Bernard, 174 Ninth 
Lynch Jeremiah, lOfi Warrenton 
Lynch M. 265 Causeway 
Lyons John, South, cor. Beach 
Lyons Patiick H. 9 Oneida 
Lyons & McCaryiH, .57 So. Margin 
Macguire William .3.52 Harr. ave. 
Madden Bros. 43 Oneida 
Madden Thomas, 652 Fourth 
Madden & Higgins. D. cor. Eighth 
Maguire Francis, 63 Preble 
Maguire P. 88 Menimac 
Maguire Wm. .3.52 Harrison ave. 
Mahan Benj. F. .50 Long wharf 
Mahoney John Mrs. 15 Wav 
Mahoney Wm. C. 1009 Tremont 
Mallory & Cosgriff, Commercial, 

ward 16 
Maloney Michael, 276 North 
Mann E., Joy. cor. Myrtle 
Manning M.'828 .Albany 
Manning P. H. 961 Tremont 
Mansfield & C". 89 Myrtle 
Marden .Tesse J. ,52 B 
Marlow Wm. 241 Dorchester 
M"xwell .Tames F. 112 Sumner 
"1VIC\NULTY DANIEL, 39 
-^'■^ South 

Mc^Carty Cornelius. 47 Charter 
McCarty ,Tohn, 1 Adams 
McCartv Michael, 22.5 Havre, E.B. 
McChrystal John, 4 Franklin nl. 
McClusky John Mrs. 208 Fifth, 

corner E 
McConnell H. 12 Clay 
McCready Thomas, 80 W. Cedar 
McCue Robert, 291 Federal 
McCuUagh & Little. '49 E 
McDermott James, 170 D 
McDermott John, 75 Norfolk ave. 
McDevitt Dominiok. 168 Everett 
McDevitt John, Northampton, cor. 

Fellows 
McDevitt Rose, 162 Everett. E. B. 
McDewell & Adams. 36 Summer 
McDonald Charles. 179 Bowen 
McDonald E. & A. .55 Portland 
McDonald J. 86 Fourth 
McDonald J. W. 170 Eliot 
McDonald Patrick. 66 C 
McDonough Michael. 669 Parker 
McDonough Philip, .582 Broadway 
McElroy & Co. 12 Clav 
McCJreavy Patrick. 147 London 
McGregor Lina,510 Eighth 
McGue N. & W. 2 Fifth 
McHenrv Peter. 47J South 
Mcintosh B. S. &"Co. 43 and 45 
Lincoln and 147 and 156iSummer 
Mcintosh Thos. 2 Cabot 
McTntyre Chas. D. 107 Saratoga 
Mclntyre R. 6.35 Broadway, arid 66 

Emerson 
McKay Patrick. 25 K 
McKeever Patrick, 13 S. Margin 
McKenna Bernard, 68 Salem 
McKenna James, 10 So. Margin 
McKenna P. 517 Eighth 
McLaughlin Daniel, 175 Endicott 
McLaughlin H. C, Decatur cor. 

Havre 
McLaughlin Mich'l H.73 Albany 
McMahan F., Maverick, corner 

Liverpool 
McMahan John, 224 Fourth 
McMahan Thos. 15.8 Eighth 
McMahan James, 1.55 Federal 
McMahon & Bros. 648 Harrison av. 
McManus Patrick, 4.50 Comm'l 

McNally , 176 E 

McNamara Bridget, 170 Ninth 
McQuillan B. 183 Friend 
Mead Charies II. 1789 Washington 
Melligan Margaret, 169 Cambridge 
Mendum W. B. 162 Dorch. ave. 
Merigan Matthew, 280 Sumner 
Merrigan John, 58 Northampton 
Merriam Enhraim, 8 Beach 
Merrill & Carter, 97 Leverett, and 

.57 Phillips, cor. Grove 
Merrill & Rowe, 64 Poplar, and 105 

Chambers 
Miller Wm. A. 65 Kneeland 
Mills J. A. C. 1602 Washington 
Mockler Mary, D, cor. Sixth 
Moore Edward 3. 57 Liverpool 
Moore J. W. & Co. 32 Pleasant 
Moorhead Wm. Ill Essex 
Moorhead John C. 697 Fourth 
Moreland & McDonald, 212 Harri- 
son avenue 
Morgan Sarah, 40 Mindoro 
Morris M. & P., River, near Blue 

Hill avenue, wd. 16 
Morrison Brothers, 41 Portland 



Morrissey Patrick, 23 Gene«ee 
Morrow James W. 1.31 Endicott 
Morse L. W. & H. F. 187 and 189 

Warren 
Morton William H. 79 Prescott 
Moses ,Tohn, 155 Cabot 
Moulton Calvin 143 Leverett 
Moulton & Pearson. 1632 Wash. 
Movnihan .Tohn, 64 Hampden 
Mulcahy William, 1,53 Seventh 
MuUnley Thomas, 2.59 Fourth 
Mullane D. 971 Harrison ave. 
Mullen Patrick Mrs. 609 Har'n av. 
Mullen Patrick, 404 Second 
Murphy Dennis, 64 Hampden 
Murphy Dennis, 51 PreMe 
Murphy Edmund, .570 Socond 
Murphy Frank, 649 Parker 
Murphy John, 25 Third 
Murphy John M. 72 W. Dedham 
Murphy Maria Mrs. 46 Church 
Murphy Patrick, 41 First 
Murphy Thomas J. 10 No. Grove 
Murphy Timothy, 102 Brighton 
Murphy Wm. B. 203 Second 
Murrjv James, 145 Dudley 
Nagle John, 2.33 Federal 
Nash F. J. & Co. 40 School 
Nash James, 342 Broadway 
Nelson Henry H. 682 Harrison av. 
Newell Anthony. 48 South 
Newell Charles W. 1793 Wash. 
Nichols Henry M. 174 Dorchester 
Nightingale J. F., .37 West Canton, 

cor. Shawmut ave. 
Niles John B. 27 Border. E.B. 
Nixon Ann Mrs. 13 Linden Park 
Nolan T 189 Norlh 
Nolen John J. .588 Dorch. ave. 
Norton ,Iohn, 96 Quincy 
Nye Nathaniel F. 1431 Wash. 
r)BER & PEABODY, 187 Black- 
^-^ stone 

O'Brien J. 248 Everett, E. B. 
O'Brien James, 44 and 46 Gouch 
O'Brien James, 477 Harrison ave. 
O'Brien John, Commercial, near 

Dorchester ave. 
O'Brien John & Co. .322 Harr. ave. 
O'Brien Maurice, 18 I 
O'Brien Thomas, 78 Broadway 
O'Brien Thomas I. .3(i6 Harr. ave. 
O'Connell J. 294 Federal lave. 

O'Connell Patrick, 376 Shawmut 
O'Connell Timothy, 177 Fourth 
O'Connell & Linehnn, 74 Albany 
O'Conner John, 1 Wendell 
O'Connor & Bro. 26 South 
O'Daly Peter, 125 Dover 
O'Donnell John, 4 Grecnough lane 
n'DONNELL JOHN, 397 Chel- 
^ sea, E.B. 

O'Donnell Neal, 193 Endicott 
O'Donnell Neal, 1,50 Prince 
O'Hanlon Geo. 572 Second 
O'Hearn P. 409 First 
O' Keefe John, 1295 Tremont 
O'Keefe Patiick, 128 Everett 
O'Leary Daniel C. W Lenox 
O'Leary Dennis, 4<) I 
O'Leary Patrick, 78 Dorch. ave. 
0'.Mall.-y E. 463 Harrison ave. 
O'Mealev Frank. 151 Ninth 
O'Neil John, .54 I. cor. Third 
O'Neil Mary E. 1.30 Lenox 
O'Neill Mary Mis. 41 Charter 
Oshorn George. 257 Everett 
Owens R. J. Ift3.8 Harrison ave. 
Packard A., Glendon, cor. Eagle 
Page William, ,86 Webster 
Park Geo. W. 554 Dorchester ave. 
Park Ilezekiah, Exchange, near 

Park, wd. 16 
Parker E. K. 1471 Washington 
Parker S. T. & Co. 59 Causeway, 

cor. Lancaster 
Partridge W. J., North sq. corner 

Suncourt st. 
Payson Thomas, Hancock, near 

Columbia, wd. 16 
Pear John S. Ill Green 
Pearson Edward, 803 Albany 
Peckett & Wilson, 763 and 1339 

Tremont 
Perkins Geo. G. 14 Bennington 
Perkins & Currier, Bennington, 

cor. Havre 
Pettes J. O. & Co. 11 Tremont 
Phelan Thomas, 148 Fourth 
Phillips D. D. & Co. 15 and 17 

Williams market 
Phinnev Geo. P. 4 Winthrop blk. 
piERCE S. S., Tremont, cor. 
^ Court 

Pillsbury S. M. 240 Broadway 
Plummer Geo. H. 2 Maverick sq. 
Plunkett John, 29 Fleet 
Pool & Turner, 872 Albany 
pOTTER & FOSTER, Lincoln, 

cor. Kneeland 
Powers John T., Pleasant, corner 

Carver 



CLna fi^-zxTTAo Oas Heaters, Oas Flat Irons, A.pparatn8 for OA.S for numerous 
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Pratt Jairus, .'52 and 36 Causeway 
Prii'st Julius U., Chestnut, corner 

Wulnut 
Proctor W. 0. 118 I'leosant 
Purington J. A. 7a Dartmouth 
Purnell C. T. ^4 Phillips 
Purufll J. .H Pliillips 
Putnuin A. W., Sumner, corner 

Cott;ige 
Putiiuiii .<: Cci. I.iil Blackstone 
yimiii licriiard, 7s Norfolk ave. 
yuiiiii Cii'o. Airs. »J.\ AlDuny 
lianisell Kdw.n i:.:U Pleasant 
Ku> I'luiinas W West UeUham 
Kio'iiKiiid J. SI Pleasant 
Keudy Jaiiips, 1SI5 Eiidicott 
Kediiiguin T. U. IO;js Harrison av. 
KedMiiiiid & iMi;L)ennott, lli Cross 
Keed G. 44U Hanover 
KeeU Junics 11. lUJ Carver 
Keed & .Miller, Bt-ach, c. Lincoln 
Keilly & Uutty, 18 Cross 
KoinicU B. i.Mb Wash. 
Kice Ueorge, iW l^owell 
Kichards ic Uorton, 'M Warren 
Kichardsoii F. A. Sl:j Wash. 
Kichardsou J. rj^i L,exinj(ion 
Kichardsuu & Khoades, u/o 15'way 
Kiley James, b Xruvers 
Kdey Peter, U.W Sumner, E. B. 
Ki:ey Terrence, S3 Alb.iuy 
Kiley Thomas, 11 Weston 
Kipley J. T., Washington, near 

Bowdoin, wd. l(i 
Risteeu Frederick S. 1051 Wash. 
Koach Richard, TU Salem 
KuDerts David S. 7lo Fourth 
KoLierts & Webster, iW Biackstone 
Koche F., AlDany, cor. Uswtgo 
Kogers A. C. & Co. U3 Biackstone 
Kogers Alfred, r.j7 Broadway 
Kogers 11. D. IftI Cambridge 
Koomc Will. H., Saratoga, corner 

Brooks 
Rosenneld Charles, 257 Tremont 
Koseniield M. Ills Washington 
Koss D. H. 7y Prince 
Kowe Aim. n T. Idyii Wash. 
Koweh & Mitchell, 208 Friend 
Russell P., Nortoik, near Blue Hill 

ave., wd. Hi 
Ryan FJdnaid, B4 Cove 
Ryan John A. 50 Pitts 
Ryan Michael, 3S Cliupman 
Ryan P. 1;J8 Ninth 
Ryder C. C. 41 Sudbury and 609 

i'reniont 
Ryder M. J. 309 D 
Sanderson R. 98 liutaw 
Sauls Patrick, si Clay 
Sawyer Joseph, 76 Merrimac 
Scauiiell John, 77 Pliillips 
ScuuniDeit D. B. 3lJ Ruggles 
Schleihubcr Joseph, Ueain pi. 
Schiindt Clement, 26 Keed 
Schwaar & Co. . 1 Maverick sq. 
Scoila.d J. Mrs. KJ Way 
Scotland Root. F. 1025 Tremont 
Seaver Brotliers. 98 CambrLdge 
Seaver Natuaniel, 14 Maverick sq. 
Seaver Wm. & Son, IHO Tremont 
Seaverns Damel, 796 Wash. 
Seavey G. S. 6:« Preinont 
Segar O. P. 78 Pleasant 



Shauuanan Daniel, 1513 Tremont 
Snarkey C. 2175 Wasn. 
Sliattuck S., agent, 47 Charles 
Shaw Jeremiau, 144 C 
Sheehan Uariholuinew, 140 Essex 
Sheehau Daniel, Si.\tli, cor. u 
Sneehan Edward, l.*i Ninth 
Sneenan Timothy & Co. 159 Third 
Sheeliun W lu. 67 B 
Snerau Peter, 49 Charter 
Sheridan Bernard, 162 Eighth 
Suerry Phomas, 50 C 
Shumb Joseph, Eo.igwood ave. 
Snunib Eewis, 37 Smith 
Simmons & Co. 227 Broadway 
Slaltery A. K. 154 Merrimac 
Small F. W. 50 Mount Vernon 
Smith George, inillips cor. Irving 
Smith John ll. 261 Dorciitsler 
Smith John S. 4 Cooper 
Smith P. II. 43 Eowell 
Snow Benj. F. 153 Hampden 
Spencer W m. U. 369 Tremont 
spencer W. II. & Wilder, 565 

Tremont 
Spillane James M. 175 Seventh 
Sprague Aaion K. 1274 Wash. 
Sprag.ie F. W. D:)3 Washington 
Siearns Chas. K. & Son, 41u Coin'l 
Stearns & Trull, 92 Biackstone 
Stein John, l-.:9 (Jharlesti.wn 
Stephenson Chas. E., Blue Hill 

ave. cor. River, ward 16 
Stevens Geo. F. 688 Dorch. avenue 
Stoddard S. P. 4 and 6 Wash. mkt. 
StoU Alary, 159 Eliot 



Stone N. i32 Commercial 

Stoiin William 11. 229 Everett 

Sullivan Chas. 1001 llaVisou ave. 

Sulliviin Daniel, 81 Sixth 

Sullivan Dennis, 26 Rochester 

Sullivan E. 88 Cove 

CUELIVAN JAMES, 51 and 53 

^ Lincoln 

Sullivan Jeremiah, 1519 T'remont 

Sullivan John, 53 Albany 

Sullivan John J. 53 1 

Sullivan Jiiiin P. 162 Warreuton 

Sullivan Michael, 1230 Tremont 

Sullivan .Michaei, 89 B 

S>vaiu Chas. D. &Co. 24 Guild row 

and 116 Dudley 
Swallow Addison, 102 Prince 
Sweenev John C. 261 Sumner 
Talbot John C, Wash, near River, 

ward 16 
Tallon J. II. 673 and 675 Harrison 

avenue 
Taylor A. C. 407 Fourth, cor. F 
Taylor i:.dward, 170 Pynchon 
Teevan James, 331 Shawmut ave. 

and 96 Chuicli 
Tbuyer Daniel E. 137 Cambridge 
Thayer W. i^. G. 25i Fifili 
Thwiijg C. H. 878 Albany 
Tiuuetis J. C. 185 lourtli 
Tice Ariliur W., Stoughton, cor. 

Norlh ave., wd. 16 
Tiglie& Burke, 31 Charles 
Timothy James P. 7 Genesee 
Tisdale Henry W. 1800 Wash. 
Tombs & Painer, 112 Fourth 
Tooiney .>iartin, 2i Oneiila 
Towle Aloert, 52aud 54 Kneelaud 
Towie Joseph A. 16 East Dedliain 
Tracey E. A. I:i8 Chelsea, E. B. 
Tracey Simon, 212 Dorchester ave. 
Traftoii 1. S 65 and 67 Huason 
Trull Frederick, 459 Blue Uillave. 
Tuesley J. W. IS Oerne 
[TPHAM J. H. & CO., Hancock, 

cor. Stoughton, ward 16 
Vilcs Cliiiion.201 Ilunover 
Vogel Brothers, 134 C, cor. Third 
Waitt P. K. 13 & 15 Suttl'lk Alark't 
Waldmyer Anthony, 46 Hampden 
Wall John, 8 Pearl pi. 
Y^TAEEio CHARLES E.,Shaw- 
'' iiiutave. c -r. Dedham 
Wallis M. L. 819 Washington 
Walsh John W. 26i iilossoiu, and 

165 Eliot 
Walsh J. J. 648 Tremont 
Walsh P. 98 A 
Ward F. U. 32 Winchester 
Warj Urville A. 72 Beach 
Ward Peter, 370 Chelsea, E. B. 
VVARNER THOMAS N. & CO. 

' 150 Biackstone 
Warren John, Neponset avenue, 

near Walnut, ward 16 
Watson A. & B. H. 788 Tremont 
Webb A. N. 705 Tremont 
Weboer A. D. 126 Leverett 
Web-'ier Elius N. 9J2 Albany 
Weeks Stejiheii & Co. 236 and 238 

Tremont 
Weinberg Henry, 199 Ninth 
Welch Elbridge G. 23J Charter 
Welch Geo. J. 303 Meridian, cor. 

Lexington 
Welch P. 127 Eighth 
Wellbiock A. H. 531 Dorch. ave. 
Wellington A. A. & Son, 142 Wash. 
Wentwo. th Dexier B., 187 and 189 

Warren 
Wen^el A. 1089 Tremont 
Wermeis Joiiu O. SiS Fourth 
Wheelock & Co. 76 Portland 
Willie Albert S. 23 Guilu row 
White t. o. 1873 Washington 
Wiiite Ge.rge, 652 Washington 
White Tho. lias & Co., Commer- 
cial, junc'n Neponset ave. wd. 16 
Whort Jonathan, Adams, corner 

Hancock, wd. 16 
Williams A. 460 Hanover 
Wiiliums Geo. K 44 Kneeland 
Williams Patrick, 76 A 
Williams W. & Co. 664 Broadway 
Williams & Garland, Wash, near 

Centre, ward 16 
Williams W. S. 187 Eliot 
Wilson R. B.&Co. 160 Biackstone, 

and 89 O'uion 
Wiiherell J. B. & Co. 108 Emerson 
Winn F.J. 157 Ninth 
Wolf John N. 1265 Tremont 
Wohe John, 19 Russell pi., wd. 15 
Wood & Murphy, 93 K, and 173 I 
Wi.odbury & Shirley, Eliot sq. 
Woithen William F\ & Co. 2030 

Washington 
Woollard Geo. 399 Chelsea, E. B. 
Wright Robert, Decatur, corner 

London 
Wright Wm. E. 51 and 53 Trenton 
Voung B. F. 110 Biackstone 



Gum liabelB. 

HENNISON & CO. 71 Milk and 
-^ 5 Federal 

PRINTER MANUF. CO., 14 
-•- Kilby 

Ouuiiy Cloth <fe Bass. 

Chase H. & L. 2.ki State 
Kimball Daniel, 106 Fulton 
McAllister iMichucI, 135 and 137 

Cross 
MchLeii ney A. 280 Commercial 
Ring M. A. & Sons, 215 Broad 
Saauders J. p. .;oi Commercial 

Gunpowder. 

A MEHlCVN POWDER CO., A. 

G. Fay, age 111, SXi State 
Lallin S Ruiid, Geo. H. Sampson, 

ag nt, 30 Devonshire 
I uVr.4,L J. p. & SONS, 27 Dock 

sq., and 15 Washington 
()Rii^NTAL POWDER CO. 13 
^ Broad 

U Ml ill CHARLES & CO. 7 Cen- 
^ tral wht. (^see page 696; 
WALKER P. H. & Co. 6Fan- 
" euil Hall square 

Ountiniiths. 

r OVELL J. P. «( SUNS, 27 Dock 
-" square 

Pratt ilenry, 67 Dudley 
Schaeier vv m. R. U Duck sq. 
TouKs Joseph, 49 Union 

Guns stud Sipoi-tiiig Ap- 

pill-itlllS. 

Barnes Thomas P. 28 Dock sq. 
Loyu's ivreecn Loading Arms Co. 

81 Washington 
Griffith Bariy, 200 Friend 
r OVlLLJ.P. JkSONS, 27 Dock 

sq., and 15 Washington 
PEAD W.\l.& SONS, 13 Faneuil 
^^ Hall square 

ALKER P. H. & CO. 6 Fan- 
euil Hall square 

Gutters Jfc Ooitductors. 

Eddy Bros. Park, c. Adams, wd. 16 
( 'IL.MORL R. S. & CO. ;J5to39 
^ Waieliam 

WEWMaN & COLBY, New Al- 
bany, opposite Wareham 
pERRV GRANVILLE, 120 
-^ Eliot and 204 Tremont 
piERCK S. H. L. 415 Dorchester 

avenue 
UTEARNS ALBERT T. & 
•^ SONS, 22 State and Taylor, 

ward 16 (patent, see page 683) 
YyHlDuEN & CLINTON, 128 
Han isou ave. (copper, iron 
and zinc, see page 702; 



VV 



Gyninusiuuis. 

ACON C. H. 68 Eliot 



B 

Barnes A. P. 3 Tremont row, 

room 57 
Butler D. P. 33 Temple place 
Handy Geo. W. 40 Essex 
Winship Geo. B. 331 Washington 

llitlr. {Human.) 
Branson Elizabeth R. 784 Wash. 
Burgess B. F. JSi Sun, 9 West 
Caluwell T. B. & Co. 288 Wash. 
/ iRANE CORDIAL, 1307 Wash- 
^-^ ington 

Emeisun M. A. .52 Winter 
Hoibrook H. W. agent, 268 Wash. 
lYjEDlNA J. & CO. 315 and 407 
-^'-^ Washington 
Moore Madeline, 1750 Wash. 
()KDVVAV &. CO. 337 Washing- 
^^ ton (see page 664; 
Tower E. E. 13 LaGrange (im- 
porter; 

IXitirdressers. 

Adams John Q. 125 Haverhill 
Addison W. T. II. l,8i Hampden 
Aibret Ulrich, 1812 Washington 
Almida L. D. 25 Fleet 
Augustc Jude, ;67 and .36 Wash- 
ington (children's; 
Ayera lia, liO Broad 
Baeumler Charles & Co., Tremont 

House 
Bailey Emily C. 16 Blossom 
Barnard L. 650 Washington 
Barrett A. B. 41 Congress 
Barsikow Charles, l-vl Liorch. ave. 
Baxter Ezra, Jr. 190 Commercial 
Bicler C. 11. yH Broadway 
Biriibauin J. h8 Sudbury 
Bloom Axel, il3 Pleasant 
Bogue John W. 158 Commercial 
Boodro Peter, 1 North square, 181 
Federal, and 147 Summer 



A ''"".S^ "» *'^■■* TTArnSATIA pHANDEI.IERS OCQ W.iehlngton St., Boston. 
** meat of A.t;rOSeiie \J and L.A.M1>» at 00*l Jt. Af ui^l^IM GS <& CO. 



174 



BOSTON BUSINESS DIEECTORY. 



Hairdressers — continued. 
Boody Lot, 89 Causeway 
Boston Elijah, 141 Dover 
Brogan B. J. 2 Cross 
Broniier J. George, 10.56 Tremont 
Brown Frank C. 'M Northampton 
Brown G. W. 101 Prince 
Brown Joseph H. \6> Sumner 
Brown William H. ti2i Leverett 
Bucklin Anson, 38 Broadway 
Burkhardt Henry, 1028 Wash. 
Carboni James F. 188 North 
Carle Josiah P. 3 Winthrop, E.B. 
Carteaux Madame, 43 Winter 

(ladies) 
Cate Omar W., Parks House 
Cavalier E. E. Miss, 268 Mcndian 
Ceaser Eli, 179 Broad 
Chemin Fred. 133 Dorchester ave. 
Chiley Charles, 104 Leverett 
Clair Max, 57 I'leasant 
Clark Ellas, 143 Hanover 
Clark Isaac, 761 Washington 
Clark Marshall A. 78 Lincoln 
Clash J. F. 58 Richmond 
Cleary M. U. 58 brattle 
Cobb C. .■W2 Hanover 
Coker J. H. 294 Harrison avenue 
Collins John F. SMS Federal 
Colson W. N. 4 Change avenue 
Coroett Alex., Marlboro Hotel 
Corrao Jiihn, 116 Court 
Cowper Rowland, 3 Central court 
Crane .M. ii. Mrs. (ladies'), 363 

Broadway 
Crawle.v T. 468 Commeicial 
Cresto John S. ::6 Green 
Davies John, 12 Lindall 
Davis Daniel B. 6 Howard 
Davis Robert, 171 Harrison ave. 
Dean Ohas. H., Harrison ave , cor. 

Beach, and 6 Essex 
DeCaro John, 187 Hanover 
DeCaro L. .344J Hanover 
Deleo Greporiu, 95 Albany 
Deming Edmond C. 1 Exchange 

place 
Dohr Louis, 692 Washington 
Drew Misses (ladies') 258 Wash. 
Dudley William, .33 School 
Dugaii T. A. U Lewis 
Dunlop J. C. ISHS Washington 
Easton David, 131 Eliot 
Edwards J. S. 21 Fleet 
T?1CHLER A. W. MISS, 642 
■'-' Wash, (ladies') 
Ennis John L. l.in Cambridge 
Farrenkopf Rudolph, 64 Knee- 
land 
Farrier Augustus, 521J Wash. 
Ferreira S. J. 4U Fleet 
Fiukenauer P. 265 Sumner, E.B. 
Fiumara & LoCascio, 1 Court ave. 
Fletcher i rancis, 3 .Albany 
Fobes Edward, 40.* Faneuil Hall 

square 
Fogg & Eldridge, 15 Spring lane 
Forrest J. P. 6 and 8 Kliot 
Fo.ter Chas. F. 1092 Tremont 
Foster Thos. F. 640 Harrison ave. 
Frame Samuel, 18 Causeway 
Francis Madame, 100 W. bpring- 

tield (ladies') 
Frye Henry A. 249 Dorchester 
Gale A. A. E. 1 Cambridge 
Gammon D. S. 268 Washington 
Gary H. J. Sand 9 Bowdoin sq. 
Geller Edward, 55 Devonshire 
Oensler Wm. 594 Broadway 
Gerlach Philip, 525 Tremont 
Giannetto James, 54 Gouch 



(iILbERT A. & CO. 358Wash- 
^^ ington (see page 665) 
Glasgow Willis R. IW Friend 



Glover B. H. 284 Washington 
Goldthwaite Bros. 641 Treiiioiit 
Goussebaire C. G. 460 Hanover 
Gowen R. M. 184 Commercial 
Gray Edward J. 25 Newlund 
Gray Francis P. 108 W. Cedar 
Green Geo. M., Adams House 
Green Wm. D. 3 Haivard 
Gritfin Isaac, 2.i Derne 
Owinn & Reeves, 78 Water 
Hadlock B. F. 13 Endicott 
Hall & Holmes, 210 Washington 
Hannon & Murray, 2i» Weat(ludies) 
Hare William, 72 Portland 
Harkins Mary J. Mrs. 168 Han'r 
Harris J. B. W. 152 Hanover 
TJERCHENROuEK FRED. 52 
•^^ and 54 Temple place 
Herchenroder J. 1486 Washington 
Heyl John A., under Revere Ho. 
Hill William, 86 Court 
Hofifner F. D. 166 Cambridge 
Home J. W. 121 Court 
Howard F. J. 81 Friend 
Howard E. F. 351 Harrison ave. 
Howard J. E. 121 Meridian 
Jackson Benj. D. 93 Cambridge 
Jackson John H. 167 Charlestown 



Johnson Horace H. 80 Meridian 
Johnson Rowland, 165 Charlest'n 
Johnson William, 110 Pleasant 
Jones A. W. 18 Camden 
Jones Geo. R. 1.303 Tremont 
Jones J. W. A. IfX) South 
Jones R. P., St. James Hotel 
Jorse John W. 92 South 
Katzman H., Eliot square 
Keenan George E., Court avenue 
Kenney J hn, 7(K1 Washington 
Kerner Eugene, Dearborn, corner 

Eustis 
Kimball C. 1 basement. Court sq., 

and basement Sherman House 
Kimball Geo. A. 116 Union 
King H. F. M., Clinton, corner 

Blackstone 
Kirnies Frank L. 491 Harr. ave. 
Knowlton Levi, .396.J Hanover 
Kolb Jacob, 9 Brom'field 
Korb Henry, Thayer's Hotel, 

ward 16 
Labella Chas. 344.J Hanover 
Labua Salvodora,'94 Tremont 
Landy John S. 1118 Tremont 
Landy Richard, 4 Henry, E.B. 
Larose Robert, 22 Lincoln 
Laurent J. 129 Tremont 
Law Henry, 3 Maverick square 
Law ence G. C. .39 Merchants' row 
Leiinon D. J. 804 Alb my 
Lenox Cornelius, 11 Bedford 
Lewis H. A. 243 Meridian, E.B. 
Lipman J. C. 83 Sudbury 
Little .1. J., Walnut, cor. Nepon- 

set avenue, ward 16 
Litzelman E. 1513 Wash. 
Logan Juhn, 69 Union 
Lovezolan N. 107 North 
Lowther Geo. W. 52 Causeway 
Lucas Stephen, 1.38 Leverett 
Ludwig J. 1240 Tremont 
Maas Christopher, 5U Congress 
Maas P. 51.J ' ongress' 
Marsh Bros .W.i Harrison avenue 
Marsh Samuel B.. O. C. & N. R. 
Mason Chas. S. 73 Hanover 
Mason J. P. 29 Cross 
Mathews John H. 196 Broadway 
Matress F. H., Rich'd, cor.JNorth 
McCarihy John J. 4 and 7 Cross 
McDonald James, 1.52 Broadway 
McDonald Thos. K. 797 Tremont 
McDowell Wm. IL. 512 Harr. ave. 
McSwiney James, .366 Wash. 
Mendiim Geo. E., B. & .M. R. R. 

Depot 
Mideios Andrew, 1.591 Wash. 
Miller Charles, 211 Federal, 126 

Broad 
Miller Jacob, 19.39 Washington 
Miller Wm. H., Federal, corner 

Purchase 
Minton William H. 68 Leverett 
Moore F. W. 216.V Washington 
Moiiarty & Kel'Iey, 11 Summer 

(ladies') 
Morris Charles, 38 Warren 
Murphy M. Miss, 75 Hanover 
Nasle Bonaveiitur, 227 Eliot 
Nelson Harris, 122 Northampton 
Neiiman Eugene, Eliot, c. 'Trem't 
Newhall Charles, 47 Hanover 
Nolle E. F., Parker House 
Noonan Timothy, 723 Wa^h. 
O'Donnell C. J. Mrs. (ladies') 12.39 

Washington 
O'Dowd C. 91 Endicott 
()RDVVAY & CO. .i.37 Washing- 
^^ ton (see page 664) 
Ormsby George, Sim Wash. 
Oshorn Wm. A. 411 Charles 
Otis Wm. F.;i5 Meridian, E.B. 
Palmer Geo. 252 Sumner, E.B. 
Paradise P., Quincv House 
Parker P. C. C. 187 Fourth 
Patterson Richard A. 478 Harrison 

avenue 
Peyser J. 593 Washington 
Pfeiffer C. R., 1), cor. Broadway 
Pfeitfer Jacob, 114 Kineston 
Phelan W. C. 18 South 
Pindell Edward, 82 West Spring- 
held 
Pindell J. J. 11.56 Washington 
Porter William, 18 South 
Portland Simeon, '284 Harr. ave. 
Potter Charles W. 13 State 
Powell Jones, 4.57 Hanover 
Pye Henry. 149 North 
Randolph H. 105 Beach 
Rehm Geo. F. 4 Pynchon 
Revaleon J. D. 87 Union 
Reynolds Andrew, 45 Merrimac 
Richardson G. M. .39 Harvard 
Richardson J. H. 8 Boylston 
Rid. lie & Garey. 594 Washington 
Robinson John E. 125 Haverhill 
Robinson Joseph, 563 Wash. 
Rogers F. E. 2 North Market 
Rose Charles, 218 Hanover 



Ross Frank, S8 Broadway 
Ross T. E. 16 Lindall 
Ruffin J. D. & J. L. 62 Green 
Santos J. A. A. .360 Hanover 
Saunders Geo. R. 2.32 Meridian 
Sassard J. A. 214 Washington 
Schirmer C. F. 425J Washington 
Schwartz Jacob, &<lh Wash. 
Scott W. 249 North 
Sears & Perkins, 50 Beach 
Shaffer H. E. 1.38 Kneeland 
Sharper Geo. Warren, 57 Charles 
Sheedy M. Ill South 
Silva Frank P. 133 Blackstone 
Simons J. W. 1164 Tremont 
Smith John H. 65 Leverett 
Smith John J. 10 Federal 
Smith Lawrence, 191 Ruggles 
Smith O. H. 42 Battery 
Smith Sergio P. 14 Brattle sq. 
Smith Thomas, 15 Marshall 
Smith Thomas J. .302 Federal 
Spach John F. 1835 Washington 
Sparrell Geo. P. & Co. 6 City Hall 

avenue 
Spionca Solomon, 15 Chapman 
Sprague Bros. 2h6 Washington 
Stahl Jacob, 1 Court ave. 
Stortder Asa A. 1879 Wash. 
Strecker Henry, 6r8 V\ ash. 
Strecker W. 21 Congress 
Strecker Charles, 32 W. Dedham 
Sullivan J. T. 1112 Washington 
Tanner F. 346 Broadway 
Taylor Charles, American House 
Taylor C. 42 Elm 
Timmons James, 12 Tremont 
Turk Eben, 15 Marshall 
Twist W., Broudway bridge 
Tyler William B. 88 Hanover 
Vanderhoot J. H. 199 Sumner 
Visall Joseph, 14 U. S. Hotel blk. 

and .3ii8 Commercial 
Wallace Frank W. 89 Merrimac 
Ward 1). W. 6.33 Broadway 
Washington C. & L. iWisses, 23 

Union Park st. (ladies') 
Waters T. S. 365 Broadway 
Wentworth G. W. .34 Garden 
West J. 146 Cambridge 
White Joshua, 183 Hampden 
WhitfordJos. W. 144Noithampton 
Wienstack Joseph, 15.4 Causeway 
Williams Alfred A. 56 Phillips 
Williams John, 37 Faneuil Hall 

square 
Williams J. M. 62 Merrimac and 

107 Portland 
Williams Henry C. 1616 Wash. 
Wilson Robert C. 13 North 
Wingfteld Thos. M. rear 191 Wash. 
Winnett Geo. H. 1719 Wash. 
Wise J. over Boylston Market 
Wolfe Peter jr. 1775 Washington 
Wood .Morgan, 145 Beach 
Woodsum C. S. 1007 Washington 
Zauillia iM. 280 Broad 

Hair Itressers' Sup- 
I>lie8. 

Clifford F. S. 40 Bromfield 
IVfEDINA JOHN & CO., 315 
-^'-^ and 407 Washington 
Smith Bros. 191 Washington 
Smith Sergio P. 14 Brattle so. 
WIKSELL GUSTAVE, 31 
Exchange 

nutr Tor Plasterlnar and 
$<tuSlng:. 

T3AEDER, ADAMSON, & CO. 

■•-' 14^; Milk 

OOXIE T. W. & CO. 38 Long 

-LI- wharf 

J^ENT EDWARD S. 75 State 

Kent Enoch T. 88 and 90 Fulton 
UTELLINOTON A. C. & CO. 
** 240 Federal 
W^ING ATE & FIELD, Otis wf. 

* ^ 198 Broad 

Hair Inner Soles. 

Andrews John S. 54 Elm 
Hair Jewelry. 

JJRANDLY V. & CO. 228 Wash- 

ington (see page 692) 
■VtEDINA J.& CO. 315 and 407 
-LT-L Washington 
Morgan Augustus, 3 Bromfield 
VyARREN & RICHMOND, 7 
Tremont row 

Hair W^ork Mannfg. 

Auguste Jude, 267 Washington 
Bogliacea P. 48 Winter (ladies') 
Boiile W. 202 Washington 
CRaNDLY v. & CO. 228 Wash. 

(see page 692) 
Burgess B. F. it Son, 9 West 
Carlto.i A. & Co. 5 West 



The best place to Buy Gas Fixtures is at 369 ^llii'e"?*"'* .. 



BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



11^ 



Cohen M. M. & Co. 28 Winter and 

118 Tremont 
Cutter tieo. II. 119 Tremont 
JDupund Miulaiiie, lV Essex 

■^ Wastiiiigtuu 

( 1 1LBKKT A. St CO. MS Wttsh- 

^-* iiigton (see page iMij) 

Gilbert >. .Mrs. li)l Uruiulway 

II EKCIIK.VRODLK I'KEUER- 

•'■■'• ICK, iJ and .i4 Temple pi. 

Killlliull .). J.'l Wiisll. (dealer) 

Kiriiu-s Cliristoplicr. L'.il Wash. 

r,or(ii;E U. II. lUUl Wash, and 

^ ^.■; Leiio.x 

l.cMiiiara Ik-riry P. L'K Wash. 

Li.we S. E. .Mrs. Hll A Tremont 

VfEUlNA J. & CO. «15aiid407 

•"•'-^ VVashiiiatori 

Murphy M. .Vliss "5 Hanover 

NielKilson WiiUam U. & Co. 44i 

( ) 11 1 ) »v A Y & C O. 3.-3r Washing- 
^ uiM (,see i)age liiK) 
Park E. A. .Miss, -JM Washington 
Kothe Charles, ^H Wasliiiigtou 
Sassard J. A. :.'14 \Vashingtoii 
.Mn:.'k'toii Jt Loo ■ is, 4 Haimver 
Starkey Thomas, 11711 Tremont 

(.switches) 
Wilkma Thomas & Co. Green 

near Uowdoiu, ward l(j (Chinese 

switches) 

Iluiid Stamps. 

IIOS ION UANU STA.MP CO. 
•" 4S Winter. 

URlGilA.VI W. C. & CO. IH Brat- 
tie square (nbban, see p. (i44) 
('HAMiibKEAlN .V. L. -Ibi 
^ Washington 
JQAVIS W.U. H. H. 41 Brattle 

PRINTER MANUF. CO., 14 

^ Kilby 

Smill !••. i:U Washington 
Treniout Sate and iMachine Co. 
A. llu-dy, agent 

Hand and Poot Power 
a»awt>. 

jy^ARSTON J. M. 6 Taber 

Ilai-bur AXaster. 

Gardner tluhn T., Kastern avenue 
wharf 

■lardwai-e Dealers. 

Adams & Chute, 5i Kilby 
Allen & Noble, S Washington 
Austin F. B & Co. 'JJand y4 North 
Bailey J. W. Sl Co. si Kneeland 
Barnes Thomas P. -dH Dock square 
I^ARNEh Wil. U. 4:i Ouiou 

Bartow J. T. 20 Guild row 

Bird JuiiM (4., 104 Dorchester ave. 

and I'M Biuadway 
Bird VVm. G. l;:i.,4 Tremont 
Bogmaii & venial, 7 UocK square 
UOSlON LOCK CO. 19 Ware- 
haul (builders') 
O W KEK J . E. & CO. 508 Wash. 

UAUFOKD & A.\T1I0NY, 17U 

and 17s Wushmgton 
RI 1 IE TllUAlAs, 100 Union 

(new and second-hand) 
ROOKS 11. \> . (is Federal (see 
page 040) 
Brooka Si. bailing, « Dock square 
Brown li. R. & Co. l.'O Uorcn. av. 
Ul'KUllT & WI1.LIAAIS, -M 

Dock square 
Butler li. b. J> Si. 27 Lewis, and 

I-'!) .Mendian, E.B. 
Butler, Johnson, it Co. 113 Fed. 
Callenaer Benj. & Co. 82 Federal 
Can.r Geo. T. iw7 Washington 
(J ATE & NlClvtKSON, 170 

.■iunimer and J)0 Federal 
Crosby Charles W. .iii .VIeriaian 
Uane C. R. 1012 Washington 
Uay Th.nias C. 71 Union ^tlck8) 
pojge, Gilbert,* Co. a7 Kuljy 
■Earle 1. C. jjj »\ aoningtou 
Katon, Wejii..gtm,& Co. 117 Milk 
A.WCU J. 11. i-ioeny square 
xeiin Geoiae, l.i(>.j Washington 
llUSilEK J. S. it CO. l.iO.^) Wash- 

intton 
Fiske Geo. A. .T Federal (com.) 
i'lint Thomas i Co. 20 !■ ederal 

(com.) 
Frier & ricl, 8.5 Cambridge 
Frye, I'lupps, & Co. OU i ederal 
uaraiicr .v. .M. & Co. 11:37 Wash. 
(lOODNOW & WlGil I.Man, 
^ aCoriihiU 

("RA\ GEORGE II. & OAN- 
)^ FORTH, 48 luuia 
Haveu Albert S. 529 Wushinetoii 



M' 



Hill Thomas, 2.3.3 Broadway 
Hill T. E. «t Co. .'WJ Broadway 
Uogan, Clark, & Sleeper,i;4 Frank- 
lin (whi'lesalc) 
T-IOLTJOIIN & SON, 55J Sud- 
■^^ bury (saddlery) 
Homer, Bishop, &Co. 112 Milk 
14 tIR.VN BROS. 1200 Washing- 

ion 
Hoytit Lawrence, 347 Broadway 
Johnson Henry M. (iieavy) 36 
India 
I OHONNOT & SAUNDERS, 21 

Dock sq. (see page 040) 
Lincoln & Garrett, 60 Haverliill 
Living R. (s. 70 Kilby 
TO lilROF G. H. & CO. 30 Ex- 
■^ change (builders') 
r OVELLJOIIN P. & SONS, 15 
■'-' Washington 

[AY & CO. 1 Broad, cor. State 
(see insitie back cover) 
Miller Bros. & Co. 94 Hanover 

(undertakers') 
JMligaii Jaines, 2.31 Federal 
Moras Anthony S. 210 Commer- 
cial (galvaniited) 
Morss Charles W. 24 Union 
IVf OSELEY & HODGMAN, 75 
^^^ Broad 

T^EAIJ WM. & SONS, 13 Fan- 
■^" euil Hall square 
Robbins L. Uana, 115 Dudley 
Scholelield i. Sons & Goodman, 
H. L. Richards, agent, 18 Bat- 
tery march 
Scudder, Rogers, & Co. 71 and 73 

Federal 
Smith Isaac U. (cabinet) 69J Union 
Siielling W. 22 Maverick sq. E.B. 
Stansell C. C. U9i Union (cabinet) 
Stevens N. B. & Co. 08 Kilby 
QTEARNS N. C. 12 to 18 Brom- 
*^ Held (see page 602) 
Story L. A. jr. & C ■. 17 Water 
Stratton, Corey, St Co. 74 federal 
Thompson Edward, 180 .Merrimac 
Tobey & Co. 10 U vVasiiington 
Torsletl', Hinckley, ^ Hammond, 

1:30 Federal (Iieavy) 
Tucker Isaac F. >b\ Washington 
Tucker St Appleton, 04 Milk 
WALURON J. V. St BRO. 115 

' Court (saddlery) 
W.ile8, Minot, St Co. 110 Federal 
UTALKER F. A. Si CO. W? and 85 
*' Conihill, audO Brattle 
U/"ALKER P. H. St CO. Fao- 

euil Hall square 
Warren Al. C. .'4 Co. (builders'), 9 

Dock square 
West, Parkman, Si Son, 5 Dock sq. 

WILKINSON A. J. St CO. 2 
\^.i.^lii>i.Tt'rtn /con n,.rw.. 71 1 4 \ 



Hardware Slanurn. 

TJOSTON LOCK CO., J. P. 

llaynes, treas. 19 Warehara 

JONES M. U. St CO. 52 Sudbury 

[/"ELLEY D. J. 9 Green (iron 
■'^ brae kits) 

HariiesH Blackins- 

R I C a .M O N D C. C. St CO. 26 

Central wharf 

Haraess Casks. 

IJILL St WRIGHT, 145 to 1.57 
^^ Sumner, E.B. 

Harness Alakers. 

RAKER JOHN B. & CO. 150 

■" Treiiioiu 

Bates James D. 173 Dorch. ave. 
Beckman G. 11. J. :39 Laurange 
Barrett F. J. 24 E. Concord 

UOVD.IA.MESS[ SONS,27Mer- 

chants row 
Bryant Albeit, 341 Federal 

UUCKPITT JOHN, Park, near 

Exchange, ward 10 
Burton W. T. St J. B. .336 R'way 
Bustiii W. 11. 203 Cambridge 
Carleton llirani. 43 Eusti> 
Cushman Jeremiah, .■i.lbany, cor. 

Dover, and 190 Friend 
nilAP.MA.M & STRANOMAN 
^ Aliiton bridge 
(MIASK L. C. St CO. :!6 to 40 

Sudbury (fancy saddlery) 
Chisholin Iliigh E. Ji4 Dorches- 
ter avenue 
Cugaii Joseph, 79 Sudbury 
(^OL.MAN MOSES StSON, 121 to 
^ to 12.5 I'orllaiid (jiee page 70.3) 
Crocker Harvey, U7 Sumner 
Cross .Murk W. .50 and .52 Chardon 
Daly St Barry, 3.i Sudbury 
Denning J. F. 224 Second 
Fitzgerald M. 17 OUver 



Fleming J. W., River, near Nor- 
folk, ward 16 
Folger James, 106 Water (collars) 
Fox Geo. J. .58 Cove 
Given William, 121 Court 
14AMILTON OTHO, 25 and 27 
^^ Friend 
Hanlon J. W. 802 Albany, and 

Hancock near Columbia, wd. 16 
Hannaford F. W. .37 Sudbury 
Harvey John, 1.54 Charlestown 
Hayden .Michael,. 37 Sudbury 
Hayden Wm. H. 171 Border, E.B. 
Hogg C. B. St Co. 2 Market 
Hovey Elbridge A. 87 Warren 
Jewett Oliver, 85 Merrimac 
Kemlo William.. 32 Hawley 
Kennedy J. J. 1.J94 Tremont 
Kenncy John, 242 Sumner, E.B. 
i.,eonard H. 1207 Washington and 

6<J4 Harrison avenue [ham 

Magennes Benj. St Co. 98 W. Ded- 
McCaftVey H. 74 Charlestown 
McCarthy Dennis J. 471 liarr. av. 
McDowell James, 1179 and 1204 

Tremont 
Murphy James T., Neponset ave., 

near Chickatawbut, ward 10 
Murphy Thomas, 411 Federal 
Newhall O. D. 257 Harr. avenue 
Newman John, 1564 Washington 
O'Connor P. 122 iieach 
Phillips S. L. .4885 Tremont 
Plannett John, 1:J01 Tremont 
Power William, 270 Friend 
Pratt S. G. 65 Sudbury 
Prendergast James T. 11 Charles 
Read James J. 108 Sudbury 
Rowlands Samuel, 6 Bumstead ct. 
SARGENT FRANCIS St CO. 
^ to 73 Sudburv 
UARGENT WM. P. Si CO. 14 
^ Sudbury 
Shannon J. J. 20 East 
Sherman P. 3 Broadway 
Smith John, 50 Charles 
Smith J. Si Co. 26 Sudbury 
Smyth Hugh, 1965 Wash. 
Sprague Fred. M. 460 Tremont 
Springall Geo. St Co. I Sudbury & 

1521 Washington 
Stowed S. E. 58 Portland 
Taylor James, 61 Sudbury 
Thurston Si Strong, 187 Sumner 
Toppau Win. (J. 118 Dover 
Trask H. P. 195 Friend 
Tucker John A., Washington, n. 

River, ward 16 
Webber A. D. 128 Leverett 
Weeks John W. 24 East Concord 
Weeks J. W., Dorch. avenue, cor. 

Commercial, ward 16 
Whalley F. S. 1192 Tremont 
Windship H. A. St Co. 7 Tremont 
Wise Wm. 141 Dorchester ave. 

Hassocks. 
Billings U. L. 20 Friend 
J)OW J. a.Si CO. 85 Hanover 

Hat lltlock Makers. 

Chadwick N. H., Harrison ave., 

cor. E. Dedham 
Dimond J. S. 8 Boylston square 
Howard N. F. 13 Morton place, 

(plaster) 

Hat and Bonnet Frame 
Alanut'aL'turers. 

gHEPl^IE De L. St CO. 17 Milk 

Hat «fe Cap Tip Printer. 

'pURNER GEORGE, 3 Otis 

Hat Sz, Cap Xrimminxs. 

~ URNER GEORGE, 3 Otis 

Weissbein A. 50 Chauncy 
Hats, Caps, Furs, <fec. 

( Wholesale.) 
KENT St BUSH, 273 and 275 
^-^ Washington 
J)OW J. E. S: CO. 85 Hanover 

Dyer, Taylor, St Rice, 61 Chauncy 
Hart, Taylor, St Co. 36 to 40 
Chauncv [Hn 

Jackson, Rice, St Vinson, 57Fraiik- 
Klous S. Si Co. 65 St 67 Summer 
Kutiner T. S. 99 Court 
Moore, Smith, k. Co. 42 Franklin 
M.vers St Knapp, 121 Summer, 

(clotli) 
Myers St Levengston, .39 Avon 
Osgood George St Son, 183 Wash. 
Peck .\. D. St Co. 86 and 88 Dev- 
onshire 
Sanderson, P'oster, Si Co. 103 Sum- 
mer and 78 Bedford 
Steele J. 1'. St Co. 83 Franklin 
Taylor St Son, 286 Wash, (cloth) 



T 



Wi-y.?,^?*F*'i (rJla TlY+nrAa »* «-OW PKICES! 3C» Washington St. 
»» lor ilie sale of \7d.S X IXtUreS) JK. HUL.JL1IVUS <& CO. 



176 



BOSTON BUSINESS DIEECTOEY. 



Hats, Caps, Furs, «fec. 

CKetait.) 
A BORN S. O. 95 Washington 
-^ (see inside back covei) 
Adams George T. Id? Hanover 
UACON X. C. & CO. 1 Union 

Barnum & Wigiit, 30 Summer 

(ladies') , _ 

TJEIST & BUSH, 273 and 2<5 
^ Wasliineton 
Bigelow Gtorge N. "0 Hanover 
Borden Chas. J. 71 Hanover 
Bridge J. H. 7yOand liW Wash. 
BrinKman Theodore, 127 Uorch. 

avenue 
Brock & Atkins, 12 and 14 Union 
Bursley Henry, S37 Wash. 
Carter H. h. 1817 Washington 
Chamberlain C. A. 5U7 Wash. 
Clark Alva W. 23 Dock ay. and 3 

Union 
Coggins Melville, 1073 Wash. 
Coliuan xN. H. & Co. 101 Court 
Comer JosciJii, 10 to 24 Wash. 
Cook A. N. S Co. 215 and 217 

Washi'igton 
Cook & Aldrich, 145 and 147Wash. 
Cotter Wm. 2 Union 
Cutter E. P. 14 Dock square 
Cutter Geo. W . & Co. o Dock sq, . 
Uamo, llsley, St. Co. 223 Wash. 
'Sow J. ii. i CO. So Uauover 






TT M. P. 77 Court 



Frankenstein H. 232 Broadway 
i'rey Godfrey, 543 Washington 
Getchell A. K. 522 Washington 
Goldman S. 315 Hanover 
Uallett & Beaise, 01 Lincoln 
irAMBLlN 11. W. tio3 and 6t)5 
•tl Washington 
fJAKl'l<;KJS[ CO. 44 Temple pi. 
-'-'- (ladies' and children's; 
Harrington Jeremiah A. 65 Kim 
Harrington John, 2J Union 
Uibbard H. K. W. 340 Washington 

(childreii'sj 
Hilborn & Perry, 35 Tremont 
Hilsebusch Frederick, 1«35 Wash. 
Uobbs A. & Son, 4 Maverick sq. 
Jackson J. A. & Co. 5H Tremouc 
Jackson Samuel, jr. IHTo Wash. 
Jones & Parkhurst, 3iS Causeway 
Kantrowitz & Coheu, 70 Union & 

2S5 Hanover 
Keniia E. & Co. 091 Washington 
Kraetzer Bros. 2 Union 
Kiaetzer & Simpson, 12 Union 
Kreis L,ouis, 000 Washington 
Kwinkeleuberg U. and 8 Hano- 
ver 
Leavitt H. H. 91 Court 
Mason Charles B. 5i N. Market 
McKeuua John,19 Washinstou 
McKenna Martin, 20 Dock square 
MeKenna Si Co. 091 Washington 
Morse & Turnbull, 329 Uauover 
Mullen H. 0:i9 Washington 
Murtagh P. 100 Broadway 
Osgood Geo. l»;i Washington 
Parker John S. & Co. 13z Wash. 
Pazolt T. C. & Sou, 300 Wash. 
Perry & Allen, 21 Court 
Pinkham Henry V. & Co. 2.37 

Washington 
Piatt K. M. 40 and 45 Sudbury 
Pollard Merrick K. 215 Wash. 
J^ANOaLL, J. K. 5.5 Wash. 

Raphael Bros. 32 Faneuil Hall sq. 
Rhodes A. A. & H. E. 1.9 Court 
Kuney L. A. 30 Dock square 
Shute Wm- M. Sc Son, 175 Wash. 
y TONE J. & CO. 245 Wash. 

Streck Joseph, 1901 Washington 
Strecker Bros, tti Summer 
Taylor J. H. 3 llunovor 
Turnbull James P. 57 Meridian 
Tyler Bros. 1«1 Wash. 
VValko M. & Co. 39 Summer 
Ware Frank T. S Cornhill 
Waters Abram, 77 Meridian 
Weis & Zoebiscli, 310 Washington 
'YY'ORTMAN WM. B. 119 Court 

Wyeth George E. 342 Washington 

Hatters. 

ABOKN S. O. 95Wash. (see in- 
■^^ side back cover) 
Bartlett S. F. 9 Franklin avenue 
UE>T & BUSH, 273 and 275 
•'-' Washington 
UROOKS S. G. 47 Hanover 

Brown & Wilcox, 8 Boylston sq. 
Campbell C. E. 18 Province court 
Clark J. R. 32 Faneuil Hall square 



Condit S. & Barnes, 93 Union 
Condit S. & Co. 5 & 7 Cliange ave. 
Cowin W. H. 9 Bromtield 
Doyle ihoiiias, 37 Faueuil Hall sq. 
Guyer J. D. (felt;, 05d Hair. ave. 
Harlow Dexter, 03 Maverick sq. 
Howard, Voung, St. Co. iO.S Wash. 
Kelley J. D. 75 union 
King Charles H. 007 Washington 
Knapp Geo. oyj Union 
Mansaeld Theodore D. 23 Friend 
Mason Samuel, jr. 20 Washington 
Murtagh Patrick, 10<J Broaaway 
Osgood Geo. St son, 183 Wash. 
ParKer James, 1003 Wash. 
Piatt K. M. 43 and 4.j Sudbury 
Powers liros. 101 Hanover 
Sanger C. H. & G. 025 Wash. 
Slocomb O. J.s3 Union 
Taylor Chas 5 Province [ave. 

Weilhart & Greeley, 13 Franklin 
V. ortman Wm. li. ily Court 
Zoellig & Weilhart, 3 Hotel Pel- 
ham 

Hay. 
Bayley James R. IS South Market 
Biiruuam J. H. :ioa iederal 
Calet A. D. 390 Uarrisou ave. and 

418 1- ederal 
Cargill Joseph, 14 Commercial 
Clark Will, at Co. 1104 iremont 
Duty iN. P. 130 Canal 
Kag. rly P. St Co. 12;i Canal 
Hull A. A. 55 Ciiuich 
Hall K. & Co., Webster, c. Orleans 
Hall S. St Co. 148 Border, K.B. 
U A.u JOSEPH, iNoiihaiiipton 

cor. Albany 
llatuaway Geo. F. 584 Shawmut 

Hoiit A.°D. 1 12 Canal 

Hoitt A. & Sous, 108 Cai.al 

Judd M. I3.j unu 135 Merrimac 

Kincolii Wm. LH Canal 

Murch Geo. O. auu i Russia whf. 

M KW KXGKAi\D HAl CO. 140 
-'-" Canal and ^72 Federal 
Parkinson VV in. 158 and 100 Canal 

puRTKR KkKaZlR, 1s5 Caiii- 

■"■ bridge 

Robinson N. T., Dorch. ave. cor. 

Com'l, ward lo 
Robinson & Rob.nson, Battery wf. 
Scott St oridge, 14 City whait 
Staples „. Kuward, :;00 Causeway 

yyADK WIKEIAM r JK. ^72 

federal 
Wade William F. & Sons, 140 

Canal 
W aisu F. C. 124 Canal 
Wf 1 N G A T E & F I E L D, 198 

'' Broad 
Wood Ell C. 28 Everett 

Hay Scales. (City.) 
Uaymarket square, 11. A. Davis, 
siipenntenueut 

Heail JLiiuings. 

CORBETT A.0.13 Battery march 
^ (see page 042; 

Healiiiij; Mediuuis. 

T .\iUAM J. & A. C. -'J2 Wash. 

Hearse auU military 
Jt*luines. 

U H O U R D S C. li . & C O. 286 

'-' Washington 

UeatlCetaiuiu;; Valves. 

rpUT IKE'S PATENT HEAT 
-•- KElAlNlNu VAKVii, i9 
Jjlndall 

Ueatiug A.i>parutus. 

i^titeaiu.) 
nnUBBUCK S. E. & SONS, 971 
^ Tremont 

( ' LOU s 1 OiV T. S. & CO. 80 and 
^ S:i Sudbury 
[Vj AiiNARD JAS. A.,. New St. 

E.ii. i,bee page 058; 
fP 1 i\ G i> E n AU I'OMATIC 
•'- ilEAl' GOVEkNOK CO. 5U 
Congress (see page 071J 

Heels, (ilttallic.) 
PATENT PRESSED METAL- 
KlC HEEK CO., Frank td- 
niands, trcas.. Congress, corner 
Milk (see page OoO/ 

Ueuip. 

Thompson C. & F. 5 Custom House 
street 

Heriuetioally Sealed 
.A.i-ticles. 

pOWDREV E. T.6t CO. 80 and 

^ 82 Broad (fruits, vegetables, 

meats, hsh, &c., see page 07s; 



Globe Preserving Works, 24 No. 

Market 
Hamblen, Baker, & Co. (provi- 
sions;, 125 Purchase 
Huckins J. H. W., Carney place 
Kewis W. K. St Bros. 93 Broad 
PAYNE STEPHEN & CO. 9 
-'■ Comm'l (see page (084; 
Plummer J. P.Stu.V and 10 Black- 
stone 
Underwood Wm. & Co. 07 Broad 
Hides aud L.eatlier. 
(^ee also Ledthtr JJculers.) 
Alger S. S. & Co. 92 High 
A KEEN & FIEKD, 72 and 74 
-^ High 

Alley John B. & Co. 77 St 79 High 
Arnold S. S. 12 Matthews 
Avery H. N. 40 North Market 
Barrett C. M. 109 Congress 
Barrett E. S. 90 Milk 
BatLS W.A. & Co. 02 Kilby (brok's) 
Bigelow A. M. & Co. 75 Pearl 
Billings Horace St Son, 05 High 
Boardiiian B. G. St Co. 181 Congress 
Bond Henry, 87 and 89 Hign 
Booth & Co. 177 Congress 
Bridge ^bel E. ,M Co. 1-0 Pearl 
Brown & Caller, 09 iligii 
Buckuam, Rayner, & Co. 130 Pearl 
Chandler & lioyiitoii. Ins High 
Converse & Staiiwoo.i, 70 & 78 High 
Cook E. G. 92 and 94 High 
Coon, Crocker, & Hobait, |53 Pearl 
Cuilitou, Ti end A eh, St Co. Hi High 
Cummings Joliii,jr. .St.Co. 93 Pearl 
Davis, Eci.ery, St Co. 185 Congress 

(commission; 
|)EVVSON, W1LKI.\MS, & CO. 
^ 210 aud 2IS Congress 
Faxon E. S lM. 129 Pearl 
French Hiram VV. 58 High 
Frye J. ±. 1-0 Pearl 
Healy, Farnum, & Co. 47 High 
Higbee, Foster, & Co. 39 Hign 
Hignt M. C. (broker; 90 High 
H111& Brown, 35 Higii 
Holmes C. M. Ifii congress 
Homer & Wyetli, 90 and 98 High 
Hull E. li. & Co. 02 High 
Huiiipnrey A. loO Pearl 
Jackson W. T." oS High 
Johnson, Eaton, .^ crackett, 108 to 

172 Congress 
Jones J. M. St Co. 104 Pearl 
Kendall J. B. (broker; 57 Purchase 
Knight A. 127 >.,ongri.ss 
Eow, Hersey, St Co. 27 and 29 High 
Low J. W. -zi) Hign 
Marsh Charles & Co. 07 Purchase 
Merrow John F.O Fulton St 1 John 
Morey W. C. Jit Co. 153 Congress 

(brokers) 
Moseley Alexander, 0:1 and 70 High 
Newhall & 1 hatcher, 200 Congress 
Osboin F.jr. & Co. 100 P.ail 
Oaborn George P. St Co. lOi ililk 
Osborn J. at li. K. 188 Congress 
Osbjrn St Bhiod, 2l2 C'.ngiess 
Page E. S. 120 Pearl (huru»; 
Palmer o. G. 18 Batteryniaich 
Pearson S. G. B. .S Co. 177 Con- 
gress (hides and tallow; 
Perry, cutler, St Co. .;8 High 
Plaisted Geo. & Son, 253 Congress 
l^oor Heurj & Son, 197 St 19a Con- 
gress 
Potler Edward, 93 High 
Priest & Albree, 2.i7 4i 2-9 Congress 
Proctor 1 nonius E. 200 Congress 

and 104 Migh 
Qiiirin & Edwards, 109 St 111 Pearl 
Kead A. D. & Co. 155 Congress 
Rice N. W.St Co. 191 CoUj^reso 
Richards E. 78 Hign 
KicUardsoii H. G. 11 John 
Roberts James A. 196 Congress 
Rodgers J. E. St H. C. (commis- 
sion; 140 and 148 Congress 
Rogers J. P. St Co. 70 iiigh 
banord J. O. St Co. 190 congress 
Suwin St Edwards, 15 Biackstoue 
COO Til I* ICK P. R. lii.i Pearl 

.Spaulding Edward & Buinstead, 

lO.J liigii 
Spoouer vV. B. & Co. 163 Congress 
SsLevens C. C. 2j7 Congress 
Thompson Albert st co. l70 to 182 

Congress 
Thompson B. F. & Co. 83 High 
Tnornaike J. U. St Co. 71 Puicnase 
Thorndike J. P. 27 Inula wht. 
Tirrell J. & A. & Co. i51 Peail 
Torr H. C. agent, 108 High 
Tweed Henry, 3 l^'ultou 
Tw eed James, 20 Clinton 
Cptou traiikan St Co. 98 Congress 
Varney, Haskell, & Co. 210 Con- 
gress anu 107 High 
Wales George W. 141 Summer 
Winn J. B.& Co. 35 High 



Gas Pipes "ll^^^il-eS,'' Meters ««»»»-e<-te'»-«t-?h«rt notice, 



it. HUJL.l^lAr«iiS di2 cu. 



BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



177 



Hide and ricather Ma- 
chiiiett. 

HIDE AND LEATHER MA- 
CHINE CO. tJ4 High (see page 
Ko'J) 
HolKtSnir Slachlnctt. 

PAMPBKLI., VVHITTIER, & 

'-' CO. un; Tremont 

BuIIow Ware. 

DIGHTON FURNACE CO. 96 
and IW North 
STEARNS N. C. 12 to 18 Brora- 
tield (see page (iiL') 

Hollywood. 

UPRINGER I,. R. Mrs. 3.51 
'-' WiishiiiKton (see page 704) 
Y^TALKER A. A. 127 Tremont 

Homoeopathic Phar- 
macy. 

Clapp Otis, 3 Beacon 
Feiibody N. C. SiJ Beach 

Houes. 

TTNION STONE CO. 29 Kilby 

^ (see inside back cover) 

Honey Uealers. 

pOWDREY £. T. & CO. 80 and 
^ &2 Broad (see page 678) 

Hoop Skirt JManufi^. 

Ba.xter I. J. 647 Wasliingtoa 
Boston Corset & Sltirt Co., G. R. 

Taber, treas. Irt7 Summer 
Conant Brothers, 72 Summer, and 

3119 Wttsliington 
Ford John G. -Mrs. 51 Temple pi. 
(J.LAZIER GEO. M. 81 Sura- 
'^ mer 

riRISWOLD D. C. & CO. 164 
'-'^ and 106 Devonsliire 
Hood M. C. & Co. »'.l Devonshire 
S^ E F F W. J. Mus. 17 Winter 

Turney E. M. Miss, 2.30 Hanover 
Youna A. K. & Co. 87 Summer 

Hop Pressers. 

J)OLE BROS. UBlackstone 

Hops. 

Clapp G. W. 1.56 Commercial 
pOLE BROS. 12 Blackstone 

Green A. S. (agent), 120 Lincoln 
Jones F. W., agent, 5 S. Market 
Pennock Si .\nilrewa, 4 So. Market 
Pratt Isaac, jr. 1.34 Milk 
Wilson B. O. & G. C. 20 Central 

Horse Clippers. 

Grimes & McKenzicr. 54Chardon 
Morrisey & Hayes, l'J4 Dorch ave. 
Prendergast, Donahoe, & Co. 54 
Chardon 

Horse Clothing. 

QHASE L. C. & CO. 38 Sudbury 

Eureka Ventilating Horse Cover 

Co. 4 Otis 
^RENCII & COFFIN, 59 Milk 

Trott Charles H. On Sudbury 

Horse Collar Itlanafs. 

Bustin Wm. U. 2ft'i Cambridge 
Edstrom E. P. 79 Sudbury 
Forgie James, 106 Water 
Gamey Richard, 23 Friend 
Murphy Thomas, 4U Federal 
Perry C. 67 Kilby 
Reardon Maurice, S5 Sudbury 
Whalley F. S. 1198 Tremont 

Horse-Shoe Kfalls. 

Evans E., Wordsworth, cor. Ben- 
nington 

Evans Wm. (manuf.) 461 Chelsea 

MAY & CO. 1 Broad (see inside 
buck cover) 

Putnam S. S. & Co., Ericsson, opp. 
Waluut, ward 16 (forged) 

Horse Shoers. 

(See also blacksmiths.} 
Brackett A. D. 582 Shawmut ave. 
Brewster J. A. 27 Bowker 
Bridges C. A. ISO Second 
Corbett Geo. W. 267 Tremont 
Couillard & Curry, 78 Northamp- 
ton 
Deasy T., Bumsteud ct. and foot 

of Chestnut 
Doherty Edward, 102 Charlestown 
Donovan John, Nepunset avenue, 

ward 16 
Fogg Brother», 82 Chardon 



Foley W. C. SO Charlestown 
Goodwin R. H. 37 Haverhill 
Gray Edward, 267 Causeway 
Ilaeerty John, Dorcli. ave. near 

C^m'!, ward 16 
Haley George W. 14,S Beach 
Hardy Wm. 4tt3 Dorchester ave. 
Hartigan J. 4;I4 Hairison avenue 
Hill JT M. 8 North Anderson 
Manning J. 10 Swan 
McBarroii Michael, jr. 664 Harri- 
son ave. 
McClosky D. A. 43 Sumner, E.B. 
Mclntire Sc damage, 215 Friend 
McKenney D. 16 Decatur 
Murphy Patrick, 55 Emerald 
O'Sullivan Dennis F., Albany, c. 

E. Canton 
Sands Theodore C. 159 Tyler 
npiIOMAS JOHN, 50 Eustis 

Turner Michael, F, cor. Athens 
Very & Co. 22 Pitts 

Horse Shoes. 

Cornish J. 12 People's Ferry ave. 

(manuf.) 
\/I AY & CO. 1 Broad, cor. State 

•'-'■'- (see inside back cover) 

Horticultural JEnglneer. 

XITHITELEY E. 59&6lCharles- 
'' town 

Horticultural and Seed 
Stores. 

V\rASUBURN & CO. 100 Tre- 

' ' mont 

YyELLS B. T. 3 Hawley 

Hose. 

ROSTON ELASTIC FABRIC 
■D CO. 28 Milk 

■DOYD JAS. & SONS, 27 Mer- 
■^ chants' row 

B RAMAN, DOW, & CO. 3 and 
4 Hayraarket square 
pLAPP, EVANS, & CO. 28 Sum- 
'-' mer (rubber aud leather, see 

page 699) 
pLABK JOHN, 50 Congress 

pLAESSENS F. W. 179 Wash. 
^ (linen, see front colored page) 
TkALTON & INGERSOLL, 19 
-^ Union (also couplings) 
trUNT, TWITCHELL, & CO. 
■'-•'- 97 Devonshire (see page 698) 
Goodwin E. Stone, 97 Water 

NEW ENG. LINEN HOSE 
MANUF. CO. F. W. Claes- 
sens, treas. 17!l Wash, (see 



fVont colored page) 
CTONE HENRY N. 132 Com'l 
1^ (rubber and linen, see p. 69.5) 
vyiSWALL HENRY M. 51i 
'' (Congress (linen, leather, and 
rubber) 

Hose Conpllngrs. 

rjLARK JOHN, 50 Congress 

UTONE HENRY N. 132 Com- 
'-' mercial (see page G95) 

Hose Pipe. 

( With patent swivel handles) 
/^LARK JOHN, 50 Congress 

CTONE HENRY N. 132 Com- 
*-' mercial (see page 695) 

Hose Pipes and Coup- 
lines. 

■RLAKE GEORGE F. & CO. 51 
■'-' Chardon (see page 645) 
UTONE HENR'Y N. 132 Com'l 
'~' (see page 695) 

Hosiery and OIOTes. 

Beal S. G. & Co. 3 Otis 
Brown Jas. AV. & Co. 26 Chauncy 
Brown O. S. & Co. 24 Milk 
Burr, Taft, & Co. 76 Franklin 
Champney Bros. & Co. 136 Devon- 
shire 
Christian T. & Co. 12 Arch 
(^LAPP WM. & CO. 55 Temple 
^ place 

pOHEN S. & CO. 285 and 287 
'-' Washington 

pOLE.MAN LEWIS & CO. 9 
^ and 11 Chauncy 
Cotter John, 102 Summer 
Crocker A. B. 5 Otis 
Everett E. D. 2.'36 Hanover 
Forbes, Richardson, & Co. 49 Sum- 
mer 
Gardner, Mackintire, & Co. 40 

Summer 
n.LAZIER GEO. M.8I Summer 



n.RISWOLD D. C. & CO. 164 
'-* and 166 Devonshire 

GROSS & STRAUSS, 321 and 
3ai Washington 

Hood M. C. & Co. 9!) Devonshire 

Howard J. A. 40 Winter 

Lewis Brown. & Co. 44 Summer 

T OVETT GEO. W. & CO. 8 

•'-' and 1(1 Winter 

Marsh D. F. 15 Beach 

Mason, Tucker, & Co. 160 Devon- 
shire 

Morse, Hammond, & Co. 103 Dev- 
onshire 

Salisbury & Adams, 34 Chauncy 

Saxton Hi Carr, 28 Chauncv 

Tufts Quincy, .3;) West 

Walker Joseph & Co. 81 Devon- 
shire 

Hosiery Manuf*. 

Busiel L. F. 34 Franklin 
Hatch I. A. & Co. 18 Kingston 

Hot Air £na;IneH. 

TRIPP A. W. 137 South 



Adams, 371 Wash., D. Chamberlln 
Albion, Beacon, cor. Tremont 
A M E R I C A N, 56 Hanover,. L. 
-^ Rice & Son 
Anderson House, 43 Essex, and 3 

Harrison ave. 
Arcade Hotel, 11 Pitts, Mrs.. A 

Davis 
Avenue Hotel, 131 Dorch. avenu«, 

Thomas Leavitt 
Avon House, 19 Avon, Frederick 

Schmolz 
R ARBIER J. B. IL 10 Hay ward 
-'-' place 

Barton House, 89 Lowell, N. Dean 
Ben Franklin, 4 Sewall pi. John 

Spence 
Blue Bonnet, 5 Sewall place, Wn>. 

G. Dobbin 
Boston, Harrison ave., cor. Beach. 

W. M. Pray 
Campbell House, 6 Wilson lane i 

Campbell Hi Coverly 
Carney's Hotel, 769 Washington, 

S. P. Huraphrev 
Central, U Brattle sq., Wra. H. 

Mead 
Central House, 4 Central sq., E.B., 

Wm- Austin 
(JITY, 55 Brattle, Gray & Bell 

Clarendon House, 523 Tremont, 

Gage & Co. 
Commercial, 54 Causeway, C. t'. 

Clark & Co. 
Commonwealth, loll Washington 
Continental House, 103 and 10» 

Causeway, Matthews & Brock 
Coolidge, liowdoin sq., Samuel B. 

Krogman 
Creighton House, 245 Treranot, 

Balch & Bicknell 
De Duard Hotel, 793 Tremont, 

Franz Euard 
J)EICHERT JOHN J. « Essex 

T)ERBY, G. Hi Kent, 25 Cam- 
-•^ bridge 

Eagle, Lewis, c. Fulton, N. Bossey 
Eagle Hotel, 88 Portland, J. Wood* 
Erskine House, 1614 Washington, 

Parsons & Stoddard 
Essex House, 16 Essex, D. J. 

Courtney 
Evans House, 175 Tremont, Howe 

& Elmer 
Everett House, Wash. c. Camden, 

E. W. Bigelow 
Fenno House, 40 Province, T. H. 

Pike 
Florence House, 29 Howard, J. W, 

Dudley 
Fourth Ward House, 14 Pitts, M. 

Dowling 
Franklin, 24 North, Charles Lich- 

tenberg 
Glendon House, 461 Chelsea, E. 

B., Benj. Wainwright 
Globe Exchange, :fj Eliot, Geo. G. 

Batchelor 
Hancock, 1 Corn court 
UARVARD HOUSE, 10 Har- 
■'-'• vard, M. Humphrey 
Hayward's, Kneelaud, cor. South, 

J. U. Whittemorc 
Uennesey, 91 and 93 Suftblk, D. 

C. Hcnuesey 
Highland House, 2117 Washing- 
ton, Geo. White 
Hope, 26 North, Warren Ide 
Hotel Bellevue, 17 Beacon, Dr. 

Dio Lewis 
Hotel Boylston, Boylston, corner 

Tremont 



^'AKEHOL'SE 

tur the sale of 



nAG l^T'VTTT'D l?Ci 369 l^Vashinston Street, Boston, 

IXilO JC 1A.1 U JXLlO ^ R. UOLH^iaros <fe CU., at low prices. 



178 



BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Hotels—continued. 
Hotel Bradford, Union Park St., 

near Albany 
Hotel Florence, Wash, c, Florence 
Hotel de France, 16 LaGrange 
Hotel Hamilton, corner Common- 

wealtli ave. and Clarendon 
Hotel Kempton, Berkeley, cor. 

Newbury 
Hotel Pelham, Boylston.cor. Tre- 

mont, C. Englert 
Hotel Van Kensselaer, 219 Tre- 

INTERNATIONAL, 415 "Waeh- 
•'• ington, O. R. Keichardt 
Jefterson, 18 North, M. 3. Flatley 
TUNCTION HOUSK, 6'J Marei- 
" nal, near Orleans, E. B., D. L,. 

Gray 
LaGranae Houee, 6 Lagrange 
Lancaster (The), Wash. cor. E. 

Concord 
Lincoln Hotel, Thou. Saunders, 

102 Lincoln 
Lowell House, b7 Causeway, H. 

Woodward 
Mariners' House, 11 North sq. 
A/IAKLBORO' 227 Washington, 
-"^ Roberts & Champlin 
Marshall, 10 Marshall, J. Wads- 
Worth 
Massachusetts, Endicott, corner 

Cross, Levi Russell, jr. 
Massasoit House, 9 Howard, Mrs. 

M. A. Hanscom . 

Maverick House, 24 Maverick sq.,. 

E. B., John A. Parks, agent 
Mechanic's House, 80 Portland, 

John Halpin 
Menzel's Hotel, 127 Summer 
Merchants Exchange, 67 and 69 

Portland, John Harvey, manaRer 
Merchants', 13 Change ave., S. W. 

Ropes ,, .^. , 

Meridian House, 19 Meridian, J. 

W. Thompson , „ „ 

Merrill's Hotel, 44 Portland, O. C. 

Merrill & Co. „ . , 

Merrimac, Mernmac, cor. Fnend, 

G. W. Stackpole 
National, Blackstone, cor. Cross, 

Oliver Stacpole 
New England, ClintoUjCor. black- 
stone, Lambert Maynard 
Neponset House, Neponset ave., 

opposite Minot, ward 16, Nathan 

Holbrook „ 

•Keptune Hotel, 1 North square, P. 

Brophey 
"Norfolk, Eliot sq., Chas. A. Jones 
'Old Colony, Kneeland, cor. South 
Park House, 7 Central court, 

Wm. D. Park , „ ^ „ 

PARKER, (» School, H. D. Par- 
'■^ ker&Co. , „ ,_ „ 

PARKS HOUSE, 187 Wash., S. 
^ T. Boynton ,,,,,„ - 
Pavilion, 67 Treraont, H. F. Gard- 

Pfaff's, 155 Pleasant, Wm. Pfaff^ 
PhilUps House, 91 Sudbury, A. G. 

'Providence House, 149 Pleasant, 

Nichols & Line 
Province House, 1 Province court, 

Oscar F. Leavitt 
Uuincy,lBrattleeq., A. Long 
Railroad Hotel, 101 Lowell, E. N. 

Turner 
Revere, Bowdom square, cor. Bul- 

finch. Wetherbee, Chapin, & Co. 
Rink Exchans^ , 957 Tremt., Peter 

rfoBERTSON HOUSE, 181 
■" Hanover, W. F. Robertson 
Rob Roy House, 34 Portland, Ed- 
win Black 
Rockland House, M. Wilmot 
:Rugby Hotel, 66 Kneeland, James 

Cooper 
Kyerson House, 174 Friend, S. 

Ryerson 
Sailors' Home, 99 Purchase 
Sears House, 3 and 4 Court ave. 

W. F. Paradise 
gelwyn House, 29 Harrison ave., 

Morris & Co. 
Sewall House, 3 Sewall place, 

Henry Sheldon 
Shttwmut Hotel, 378 Shawmut 

avenue, Orin Fairbanks 
Shea's Hotel, 46 Eliot, J. D. &J. 

Shea 
Sheridan House, 37 and 39 Green, 

Daniel W. Fling 
gberraan House, Court sq., B. Hull 
SneH'o Hotel, 147 Pleasant, W. A. 

4kuantnm House, 11 Portland, J. 

St. Clair, 62 and 54 Howard 

■gt. Cloud, Trem't, opp. Union Park 



St. Dennis Hotel, 1421 Wash. 

ST. ELMO HOUSE, 27 Boyls- 
ton, C. E. B. Edgerly 
St. George, 19 Howard, Billings & 

Brown 
St. James, Franklin square, H. S. 

Crocker & Son 
Steamboat House, 162 Broad, C. 

T. Weymouth 
Strangirs' Home, Marginal, cor. 

Haynes, E. B., Thos. Larkin 
Suftblk House, 37 and 39 Green, 

Michael Lark 
CUMMER ST. HOUSE, 151 
•-' Summer, J. Quinn 
Taylor House, Ashburton, cor. 

Somerset, A. Taylor 
Temple House, 8 and 9 Bowdoin 

sq., E. B. Pi> rce 
Thayer's, Washington, n. Bridge, 

wd[. 16, Warren S. Thayer 
Thistle House, IW Portland, Mrs. 

John Cameron 
Trainer's Hotel, 11)01 Washington, 

and 83 Dover, W. Trainer, jr. 
Tremont, Tieniont, cor. Beacon, 

Wetherbee, Chapin, & Co. 
TTNITED STATES, Beach, cor. 
^ Lincoln, Barnes & Buck 

WARWICK HOUSE. 1028 
Washington, R. N. Start 
WASHINGTON HOUSE, 15 
Howard, 8. 8. Kimball 
Webster House, 382 Hanover, 

Frank S. Brockway 
Webster, 182 Sumner, 3. G. Chan- 
dler 
WILDE'S, 46 Elm, Gray, Bell, & 
'* Bailey 
Williams House, 37 Albany, G. B. 

Williams 
Winter House, 1 Winter place, J. 

G. Hill 
Winthrop House, 34 Bowdoin, 

John U. Grout 
Young's Hotel, Court ave., George 
Young 

Hotel Checks. 
■DOBBINS JOHN, 42 Kneeland 

KouBe-furnlehlug Arti- 
cles. 

Adams O. & Sons. 79 to 87 Broad- 
way 

Bridgeman & Feabody, 8 Faneuil 
Hall square 

"DROMWICH C. M., 613 Broad- 

■" way 

Chace J. H. 8 Warren ave. 

Chase &• Sterling, 2;i5 Hanover 

Coburn Silas L). 2 Charter 

Conrad H. )2(;7 Tremont 

Davis S. G. & Co. 94 Blackstone 

Dinsnioie J. 289 Hanover 

Ferdinand F. 176 Broadway 

Ferdinand & Co. 1872 Washington 

IPBENCH ABRAM & CO. 151 & 

■•^ 153 Milk 

Gill J. M. 3 and 5 Washington 
market 

Greene P. J. 370 Hanover 

Hatch N. M. 877 Washington 

TTAYNES JAMES G. 264 Harri- 

-'-'■ son avenue 

TTILDBETH & JOHNSON, 67 

-•^ Blackstone 

Jenkins James 1). 1084 Tremont 

T INCOLN & HOPKINSON, 15 

■'-' and 16 Funeuil Hall square 
IVTASON GEO. H. 154 Black- 
■"•*■ stone 

TV-TORANDl F. 61 and 63 Union 

Morris Sarah, 1184 Tremont 
Morrison F. C. 534 Washington 
Murray J. A. 141 Cambridge 
Neilson Wm. A. 819 Washington 
Noyes Edward W. & Co. 1827 

Washington 
Osgood m; R. 122 Dudley 
UALMER & CO. 1742 Washlng- 
-'■ ton 

Parsons C. W. 19 Portland 
Phinney * Co. 12 Green 
Prince & Hughes, 1918 Washington 
Spear John M. 693 Tremont 
CTEAKNS N. C. 12 to 18 Brom- 
'-' field (importer, see page 662) 
Taylor Simeon N. 2 and 4 Warren 
Wadman Wm. B. 1197 Wash. 

WALKER F. A. * CO. 83 & 
83 Cornhill, and 6 & 8 Brattle 
Waterman Furnishing Store, 11 

and 13 Essex 
Williams F. U. & Co. 71 Union 
Wright Thos. 1086 Washington 

House Sand. 
J)AVIS JOHN A. 272 Federal 

J EONARD C. & SONS, 500 
*-' Commercial 



Hyatt Llebt. 

HAM L. M. 158 Portland (»€« 
page 703) 
Hydrometers. 
XJUDDLESTON J. S. F. 9» 
^^ Washington 

CIEFERT CHAS. A. 70 Wash- 
'-' ington 

Hygcienlc Xreatmeiit. 
TtUCK L. W. MRS. 23 Winter 

Ice Cream. 

Boston Ice Cream Co. 9 Spring 

lane 
PHILADELIHI A ICE CREAM 
■•■ DEPOT, 3* Hamilton place. 
Baker & Watson, props. 

Ice Cream Freezers. 

MILLS THOS. & BRO., Phila., 
Fobes, Hayward, & Co. agts. 
96 Sudbury 
TJITALKER F. A. & CO. 83 and 
'' 85 Cornhill, and 6 & 8 Brattle 



Ice Sealers. 

OSTON ICE CO. 99 State 



B 

Bright H. O. & J. J. 99 State 
/IITIZEN'S ICE CO. 26 North 
^ Market 

City Ice Co. 9 Merchants row 
Gage Addison & Co. (wholesale), 

128 State 
TllTTlNGER JACOB, 101 State 
-*■ (see pige 644) 
Kenebec A Boston Ice Co., H. W. 

Goodwin, agent, 91 Commercial 
King M. A. * Co., Neponset ave. 

opposite Adams, wd. 16 
Pierce * Hall, 911 State 
Priscott & Palmer, Palmer, corner 

Dearborn 
Reed * Bartlett, 99 State 
Russell Chas. 56 Broad 
Stoddard & Co. 30 Marcella 
Union Ice Co. 31 Commercial whf. 

Intlellble Ink JUanuf. 

riORHAM WM. B. 12 School 

JACOBS BROTHERS, 18 Fane- 
" nil Hail sq. (see page 664) 
JACOBS GEO. 151 Washington 

POWERS J. H. & CO. 5 Pearl St. 
■'■ House 
India Rubber Goods. 

(See also Rubber Goods.) 

BOSTON CAR SPRING CO. 
48 Water 
(1LAPP, EVANS, & CO. 28 
^ Summer (see page 69i») 
TTALE ALFRED & CO. 23 
-tl School 

UUNT, TWITCHELL, & CO. 
■•^ 97 Devonshire (see page 698) 

Ink. 

BASSETT & WHITCOMB, 7 
Bath (marking) 
rtARTER BROS & CO. 27 Milk 

Child R. D. 5 Milk (copying) 

DONALHW. C. & CO. 25 Milk 
(printing) 
EAGLE PRINTING INK 
WORKS, MOKRILL & 
WIN8LOW, props. & manu- 
facturers printing ink, 6 Wa- 
ter (see page 649) 
Flagg J. Heury, 51 Water 
Hall* Mas.e, 66 Pitts 
Hauthaway C. L. & Sons, 3aLd5 

Ferry 
HoweManley, 376 Broadway 
Lewis S. B. 91 W. Springfield 
T OCKE J. S. & CO. 34 and 36 
^ Cornhill 

IVIAYNARD & NOYES, 75 and 
iYX 77 Water 

XIEILSON GEORGE, ,'!2Wash- 
-^^ ington, room 11 (mannf. black 

and colored) 
Pettengill S. M. & Co. 10 State 

Inner Soles, Heels. <&c. 

Allen M. T. 9 Bowker 
Andrews John S. 54 Elm 
Belcher O. F. 41 High 
Charaberlin S. 105 Haverhill 
Dunham E. R. 4 Blackstone 
Edson & Co. 132 Pearl 
Flint & Clatur, 100 High 
POGG WM. 97 and 99 Beverly 
^ (manuf. see page 698) 
Harding John, 107 Fulton 
Harding Thomas, 107 Fulton 
Linscott D. H. 11 Hawkins 



/N-.- Df-nAa altered and lUTofAva connected at short notice, OfiCk Washlng- 
IjmS'JripOS repaired, JuGDGrS K. HOI.I<IIVe8 .& CO., 00%f ton St. 



BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



179 



Mniisflcld John F. 210 North 
Mclntyre (). E. !» Beverly 
Mcbnughliii Uenry * Co. 107 

Kultori 
Nichols, Lovejoy, & Co. I(i3 Pearl 
Sawyer II. E. (3 Beverly 

Insolvency, Coinmls- 
itloners of. 

Blnekiiiiir Wilmon W. 14 Trcniont 
Cooliilfte David II. 32 Pembertou 

euuare 
Willard Joseph, Niles block 
Inspectors. 
Jiallast. 
Davis Chas. C. 1 Commercial whf. 
Hatch Edwd. 1 Commercial whf. 
Kenney John, I Commercial whf. 
Tewksoury A. R. 1 Comm'l whf. 

Jktf !( I'ork. 
Pitman J. II. 25 Ferry 
Boilers. 
Burnham Andrew, iT Maverick 
Hilllncrease S. 43 Maverick, E.B. 

Fish. 
Ball John M. 2 T wharf 
Cole Winslow, Fort Hill wharf 
Freeman K. S: Co., Snow's wf. 
Green Joseph W. 41 Long wharf 
.Man» N. P. 184 Broad 
Nickerson E. & Co. 7 Commerce 
Parker Geo. O., Harris wharf, foot 
Henchman 

Flour. 
Tracy Christopher, 82 Commercial 
Wade Asa, 1N« State 
Young R. S. 74 Commercial 

Gas and Meters. 
Stimpson F. E. 313 Washington 

Hay. 
Barnes Israel M. 120 Canal 
Inman Wm. R., Orleans, cor. Mar- 
ginal, E. B. 
Livermore Samuel B. 129 Comm'l 

Hides. 
Peirson A. L. 19 Lewis wharf 

Leather. 
Hodgdon Geo. C. 104 High 

Marine. 
Candage R. G. F. 17 Merchants 

Exchange 
CrowellN.jr. & Co. 30 Commer- 
cial wharf 
Davis Ebenezer, 17 Merchants 

Exchange 
Devereux John, 103 State 
Pearce S. S. 21 Commercial 

Milk. 
Faxon Henry, at City Hall 

Oil. 
Means R. F. G Custom House st. 

Pot and Pearl Ashes. 
QOOK M. D. 20.3 Causeway 

Spirits. 

Chcsley F., India, opp. Custom 
House St. 

Cleaves Nathaniel & Son, 3 Cen- 
tral wharf 

Davia R. S. 11 Central wharf 

O'Malley M. 11 Central wharf 

Steamboat.':. 
Burnham Andrew, 43 Maverick 
Hill Increase S. 43 Maverick, E.B. 

Tobacco. 
Bemis Emery, 7 India wharf 
Instruments. 

Chemical. 
rjHAMBERLAINH. B. &W. O. 

^ 312 Washington (see page 091) 

Dental. 

rjODMAN & SHURTLEFF. 13 

^ and 1.5 Treniont (see page ()89) 

WHITE SAMUEL S. 13 and 10 

Tremont row (sec page 071) 

Drawing. 
FROST & ADAMS, .33 and 35 

Comhill (see page 704) 
n.OODNOW & WIGUTMAN, 
^ 23 Comhill 

Electro-Magnetic. 
JJALL THOMAS, 19 Bromfleld 

WILLIAMS CHARLES, Jr. 
109 Court (see page 670) 



Mathematical and Optical, 
ROSTON OPTICAL WORKS, 
^ Charles Stoddor, agent, Wi Milk 
piINGER LOUIS, 130 Commer- 

FROST .t ADAMS, .33 and 35 
■"■ Comhill (see page 704) 
"V.TOODY J. E. between Walnut 
""-'^ and Taylor, opp. depot, ward 

10. P. O. address, Neponset 
TJPHAM THOMAS A. 17 Har- 



Mathematical awl Nautical, also 

Bonks and Charts, 
Lincoln F. W. jr. & Co. 126 Com'l 
Thaxter Samuel & Son, 125 State 

Measuring. 
Watts Joseph, Washington 

J'hilosophical, 
piIAMBERLAINU. B. & W. O. 
'-' 312 Wash, (see page 091) 
Tf INGER LOUIS, l.iO Commer- 
■^ cial 
jJ^ALL THOMAS, 19 Bromfield 

JJAMMETT J. L. 37 Brattle 

XqUDOLESTON J. S. F. 96 

^^ Wash. 

Lowe N. M. 103 Court (hvgrodeik) 

Remington W. H. 1732 Wash. 

Ritchie E. S. & Sons, 150 Tremont 

OlEFERT CHAS. A. 70 Wash- 

•J ington 

TTPHAM THOMAS A. 17 Har- 

^ vard pi. (see page C(!2) 

Surgical and Dental. 

dODMAN & SHURTLEFF, 13 
^ and 15 Treniont (see page 689) 
^,1 Hamilton 

wSjItE S. S. 13 and 16 Tremont 

* * row (see page 671) 

Telegraphic. 
Anders G. L. 40 Hanover 
£[ALL THOMAS, 19 Bromfield 

W^ILLIAMS CHARLES, Jk. 

* ' 109 Court (see page 670) 

Insurance Argents. 

Abbe .lames E. 5 Pemberton so. 
Allen H. F. 23 Water 
Allen John W. .33 School 
Allen W. S. 6 Winthrop block, E. 

B., (life) 
Allen & Lord, .37 State 
Barker Edmund P. 106 Wash. 
BARNARD BROTHERS, 42 
•"-^ Devonshire 

BARNES & CARTER, 51 Water 
■" and 57 Congress 
Bartlett Henry S. 179 Wash. 
Bean Jacob, 120 Tremont 
gEATTIE WM. A. 02 Congress 

gEECHER LYMAN, 5 State 

"DELL & CHAPIN, 121 Wash- 
•^ ington (see page 601) 
Bird Si Whittemore, 30 Wash. 
ULANEY D. H. 3 Winthrop 
-"-^ block, Maverick sq. E. B. 
T3L0DGET H. T. 70 State 

Boardman Chas. H. 102 Wash. 
"DOSTWICK E. W. 95J Wash. 
-'-' (Berkshire Life) 
Boyden Warren, 173 Wash. 
Bradford & Folgi r, 56 State 
Bradlev Joseph, 13 Liberty sq. 
URE<VER CYRUS, 40 Congress 

room 3 
Briard Oliver, basement Old State 

House 
Brigham Moses B. 90 Wash. 
RROWN FRED. A. 15 Brom- 
" tield 

TJROWN H. A., POPE & CO. 39 
-'-' State 

Brown I. J. 5 Devonshire 
Brown John N. 31 Devonshire 
"JROWN W. H. 40 Congress 



Browne Theodore L. 14 Sears 
building 

U B I E R B R O T H E RS, 42 
Devonshire, Post building 



B 

JgU.MSTEAD John, 173 WasiT 

Bnrge Lorenzo, 38 Devonshire 
gt'RGESS JAMES M. 70 Wash. 

gURNHAM L. W. 100 Wash. 

Butterfield J. 130 Tremont 



Callahan Cornelius II. 46 State 

and 148 F 
Carter C. W. 91 \V- '■ aum 
(MIAPMAN A. P. 951 Wash. 
^ (Berkshire Life) 
Cherrington L. J. 134 Wash. 
Chester Dwight, 9.3 Wash. 
Childs D. W\ 91 Washington 
(]LAPP JOHN C. 17 Sefirs build- 
^ ing 
Clapp Otis, 3 Albion building. 

Beacon 
Coffin G. Winthrop, 4 Merchaut'e 

Exchange 
Comey C. H. 173 Wash. 
Comey H. H. 173 Wash. 
Compton P. J. 15 Congress 
Copeland Chas. F. 20 Devonshire 
Corbey John, Quiney House 
Corkins Charles R. 22 School 
Cotton J. Warren, 121 Wash. 
Cram L. W. 15 State 
Crane W. C. 42 Devonshire 
Cronipton P. J. 15 Congress 
Cushing S. jr. 142 Wash, 
■p) ALTON & BANCI 
^ Kilby 
Daniell J. N. 70 Washington 
Darling Henry A. 5 State 
])ARLING H. E. 27 State 

Dix Geo. L. 74 Washington 
J)OBSONI. F.46State 

DoUnian J. 149 Wash. 
T\0\y EDWIN B. & CO. 49 
-•"^ Devonshire, cor. Water 
nOWNlNG O. E. 46 School 

room 3 
Durland J. Henry, 89 Wash. 
Dyer C. W. 106 Washington 
Eaton George E. 102 Wash, (firei 
J<]ATON E. A. 1 Pemberton sq. 



BANCROFT, 3 



E 



E 



LLISON, HOLLIS, & CO. 7 
Kilby 

VERETT & PEIRCE & C. H 
FROTllINGHAM, 151 Wash. 
Faunce Geo. B. 22 Guild row 
PLETCHER EDMUND, 46 
^ School (life) 

PLETCIIER JOEL W. 53 Wa- 
^ ter (life) 

PL E T C H E R J O U N W. 22 
•^ School 

POSS F. J. 9.3J Wash. (Berkshire 
•^ Life) 
Foster Nathaniel, jr. 5 Devonshire 

(tire and marine) 
Foster & Cole, 15 Devonshire 
Fox Jacob, 1 Pemberton sq. 
Freeman Horace V. & Co. 23 Wa- 



Frothinghani W. H. S. 69 Wash. 

Fuller George A. 30 Kilby 

Fullerton Chas. J. 8 Congress sq. 

Ganimans O. N. 179 Wash. 

fi AM WELL E. A. Ojj Wash, 

^ (life) 

Gannett Wm. P. 15 State 

Gerry Chas. F. 14 and 15 Seare 

building 
Goodman James & Co. S Congress 
Goodwin Daniel, 81 Wash., r. .•!4 
f' ORDON GEORGE W. 2 Mer- 
'-" chants Exchange, 55 Slate 
Gould Jesse & Sons,:!0 Devonshire 
ri UII.D W. HENRY, 129 Wash- 
'^ ington 

Hall A. E.91 Washington 
UALL EDWIN A. 134 Wash. 
^^ (hfe) 

Hall E. H. & Son, 40 Congress 
''VNSON&BONNEY, 27 State 



H 

Hardine Wm. B. 108 Dorch. ave. 
Haves H. \. 14 ExchaoL-e 
UEADLEY P. C. 104'Washing- 
•'^ ton " 

Higginson W. C. 22 Devon«hire 
TJ OAG G. C. & CO. 31 Old State 

House 
Hobart Arthur Wm. 92 State 
HoittJ. B. '.« Wash, (life) 
UJOLDEN C. W. & CO. 102 
■^ Wasliington 
JJOLLIS E. P. ,30 Kilby 

Holtnan E. .38 Devonshire 
Holnian R. W. .3S Devonshire 
JJOMER CHAS. S. 3 School 

Hongh W. Irving, 20 State 
TJOVEY & FrfNNO, Traveller 
^'- building, 31 State 
Howe C. .M. :!0 Bromfield 
Howe Jaa Murrav, 92 State 
jIjUTCHINGS VV. V.31 Kilby 

|J_YDE & S.MITII, 18 Sears bldg. 

Jackson & Muzzey, 4.3 Kilby 



Bronzes. ClnrlrS VhqAK CAR1» JKECEIVERS, *c., 389 W.ashineton 
•M&uu^CO, VlU^iS.b, VclSeS, street, Boston, It. MO tiLIiX OS as cor 



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Insurance Agents— continued. 
Jeniiey Wm. P. 8 Devonshire 
JONES J. GREENE, Iltf Wash. 

Jordan A. S. 70 Wash. 

Jordan, Lovett, & Co. 11 State 

Jordan W. H. S. 70 Wash. 

Josselyn S. 18 State 

VeITH WM. F. 122Wa8hing- 

^'^ ton 

Kempton Geo. I Pemberton sq. 

Kennedy T. C. G Winthrop block 

J^ILGORE J. M. & CO. 30 Kilby 

Kimball Samuel, 31 Exchange 

KINSLEY, EDDY, & HAST- 
INGS, 5 State 
T ANE CHAS. E. 40 Devonshire 

T ETTS CHAS. 7 Studio build- 

-L-ing 

Lewis E. B'rank. 173 Wash. 

Libbey M. H. 124 Broadway 

Little, Knight, & Co. 51 Water, 

room 42 
T ONG E. J. & CO. 76 State (life 
■'-' and fire) 

Loring Wm. H. 2 Old State House 
Loring & Logan, 89 Court 
Loring & Clark, 15 Kilby 
Lovett H. U. 102 Washington 
T OWE & COLLINS, 13C 
-^ Washington 

T YON & NASON, 13 State (gen- 
■^ eral agents Mut. Benctit Life 

Ins. Co.) 
Mandell W. A. 1 Pemberton sq. 
■VfARSH FRANCIS J E. 3 School 

Marsh Slillman P. 18 Old State 

House 
Maynarrt S. B. 31 Wash. 
McCoy Geo. M. 70 Wash. 
McIntireFarrington,9 State 
Mead Charles A. 23'J Tremont 
Mercer Edwin, 2 Congress 
IVfERCER, GOODRICH, & CO. 
•^'-'- 40 State 

Miller Wm. N. 14 Sears building 
\IEWMAN & PERRIN, 14G 
•^^ Wash, and IG Guild row 
Niles, De Meritte, & Co. 120 Hano'r 
Niver J. Barton, 20 Sears building 
Norris D. H. 173 Washington 
Norris W. H. 8 Congress square 
Oliver S. C. I Pemberton square 
(JSBORNE. H. 1 Pemberton sq. 

PACKARD WALTER D. (life) 

■*■ 53 Water 

pALMER H. M. 114 Washington 

Parsons John, jr. 1 Pemberton sq. 
Payne Wm. C. 221 Washington 
I'earson F. W. & Co. G Congress 
Pen-in John C. 2G Congress sq. 

UUELPS FRANKLIN S. 55 

■*■ State 

pHELPS JAMES T. 9S Wash- 

■*■ ington 

Pitman Mark, 22 School 

pLUMMERC. G. C. 89 Wash- 
•"- ington 

PHIMMER W. E. 53 Water 
-*■ (Hope Mut. Life) 
Poole U. J. Siii Broadway 
Porter Edward f. 31 Devonshire 
pORTER J. W. 27 State 

Porter W. 27 State 
Powell C. T. 5 Court 
RI^■CE JAMES 1" 
and 40 Devonshire 
Pryor John, Studio building 
Putnam J. C. 31 Kilby (broker) 
J^AY EDWIN, 84 Washington 

Raymond F. 27 Court 

TJEED L. A. & CO. 233 Tremont 

rooms 5 and G 
^EEU L. Jb. 3 Tremont row 

J^EED&BR0.2 Old State Ho. 

Reed T. Frank, 20 Devonshire 
Remick Warren J. 22 School 
Rhoadcs S. H. 3 Bath 
Richards Elias (sec. Weymouth 

&Braintree)3«J Kilby 
Richardson Wm. B. 31 Devon. 
Robinson & Brown, 40 Congress 
Rohan Charles H. lOG Washington 
RoHe J. A. 93 Washington 
Row.- Richard, 5 Traveller build. 
■pUSSELLD. W. 13 Merchants 
■'■'' Exchange 

pUSSELL WARREN E. 81 
-'■'' Washington 
Sage Dennis, 40 Devonshire 
QANBORN E. W. & CO. 3:3 
^ Devonshire 
Saxton T, F. 9G Washington 



Scott Elbridge G. 21 Guild row 
Scott Thomas A. 36 Bromfleld 
a EARS WM. B. 40 State (see 
^ leaf opp. page 129) 
Sheldon William E. 142 Wash. 
Sherman Amos jr. 2G Devonshire 
Sherman James, 114 Wash. 
Sherman Joseph, 31 Brattle 
Simpson J. B. 27 Guild row 
Slack D. E. 14 & 16 Sears build. 
Smith Edward J. 5 Studio build. 
Smith Wm. V.44 Kilby 
Snow H. Allen, !IB Washington 
Spalding John J. 14 Sears build. 
Sproat (Jharles W. 30 Devonshire 
Stafford & Presby, 1055 Wash. 
Staples H. A. 179 Washington 
gTEARNS BROS. 12 Kilby 

Stephens John W. 2 Congress 
Stephenson L. jr. 1 Pemberton sq. 
Stone E. W. 42 Devonshire 
Stone Samuel G. 20 Sears build. 
Tiift Philip, 2 Post building 
Talbot Josiah Vf. 130 Tremont 
Tapley Chas. 14 Sears build, and 

IG Devonshire 
Tapley Daniel J. 14 Sears build. 
Tapley Geo. 14 Sears building 
Thaxler Dr. McB. 372 Broadway 
Thompson & Reed, 70 Sears build. 
T I L O E N EDWIN, 49 Sears 
-■- building 

Tildcn Nels-on H. 4t Sears build. 
Tisdale George W. 5 Traveller 

building 
Town send James, 103 Meridian 
fTROW bridge; S. W. 5 Tra- 
■•■ veller building 
Tucker Thos. W. 32 Wash. 
Tyler John S. 28 State, room 6 
Valentine E. 15 Sears building 
yiNCENT W. H. 31 Kilby 

Waite Chas. 20G Tremont 
Waite Geo. Wm. lOG Wash. 

A L K E R GEO. S. 106 

Washington 
Ward J. H. 70 Washington 
Warren George, 42 Devonshire 
YyELLS CHAS. F. 38 Bromfleld 

rESTGATE J. E. 31 Devon- 
shire 
Whitcomb Wm. H. & Co. 30 Dev- 

onsliire 
Whitney C. C. 80 Washington 
Whitney Wm. Sewall, 14 Sears 

building 
Wilder & Ilolway, 3 Tremont row 
Winiiett J, & Co. 5 Tremont 

rOOD CHAS. A. 28 State, 
room 8 

Works Gto. F. 14 Scars building 
Young D. & Co. 97 State 

luteliieence Offices. 

Adams M. 1 Harvard 
Albee John, IGS Blackstone 
Baker Warren M. 76 Tremont 
Clark F. A. 144 W. Castle 
Cummings T.J. 1 Cambridge and 

G7 Friend 
Driscoll K. Mrs. 110 Dorchester 
Elder Wm. Mrs. 52 Leverett 
Glover Wm. J. S. 14 Tremont 
Harding S. B. Mrs. Cm Wash. 
Harris B. Mrs. 217 Cambridge 
Home Guardian office, 21 Newton 

place 
Kmgman Elizabeth, 13 Winter 
Leake A. Mrs., Cedar, c. Revere 
McKelvey R. HG5 Washington 
Morgan Chapel, Indiana place 
Nason N. 120 Hanover 
Nova Scotia Employment Co. 3 

School 
Kerce E. I. Mrs. 130 Wash. 
Pike Mary E. 245 Meridian 
Pitts C. Mrs. 67 Joy 
Porter W. H. Mrs. 14 River 
Power T. C. 15 School 
Reed L. H. 67 Friend 
Shojie C. G. Mrs. 143 Northampton 
Smiley Martha F. 11 -Madison 
Smith H. L. Mrs. 3 Garden 

(Freedmen's) 
Smith R. A. Mrs. 43 Phillips 
Smith Wm. C. 678 Washington 
South End Errand Office, Brook- 
line, cor. Warren avenue 
Spooner S. IWi Blackstone 
Steele Rosa, 3 Oak 
Tracy M. D. Mrs. 517 Wash. 
Vaught Clara Mrs. 3 Sears place 
Von Olker Ida Mrs. 4 Bennet 
Wheeler G. H. 29 Boylston 
Wheelock O. K. 28 Sudbury 
Wing L. U. 11 Bedford 
Women's Homestead League, 85 

Hanover 
Wright A. Mrs. 42 Winslow 



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Interior Decorators. 

PARSONS & TORREY, 460 and 

■*■ 4(J4 Washington 

aCHULZ ADOLPH & CO. 744 

^ Washington 

OPURR CHARLES W. 43 Sum- 

^ mer 

y^AITT J. M. 504 Tremont 

Internal Revenue So- 
licitor. 

Tucker J. P. 28 State 

Invalid Carrfag^es. 

J^IMBALL S. H. 25 Union 

Invalid Uocomotive 
Cbalr Alanuf. 

TJUBBARDJ. C. 701 Washing- 
■'-^ ton 

Inventor. 

WALKER SYLVENUS, 89 
' Court (see page 702) 

Inventors' Exclianse. 

Frail Horace & Co. 84 Washington 
room 6 

Iron Brackets. 

JONES M. D. & CO. 52 Sudbury 

J^ELLEY D. J. 9 Green(manuf.) 

Iron Building <fe Bridge 
Alanufs. 

T>OSTON MACHINE CO. First 

-'-' cor. Granite 

■pi AM L. M. 158 Portland (see 

••-^ nage70.l) 

MEW ENGLAND IRON CO. 

-^ 53 Sears building, Ambrose 

Eastman, treasurer 
National Bridge and Iron Works, 
Blodsett & (;urry,prop8. 15 State 
pUTNAM & ALLEY, 3 Federal 

Iron Fence Builders. 

Bramhall Otis, 119 Congress 
PUBIER & CO. (succesors to 
^ J. L. Roberts & Co.) 23 Ex- 
change (see page GG8) 
Burnham & I,oweU, 84 (jhardon 
(JIIADWICK A. R. 124 Dover 

Q.OLDIE BROS. 69 W. Dedharo 

Graves R. & Co. 130 Harrison ave. 
fTAM L. M. 158 Portland (see 
-^ page 703) 

MASON LEWIS & SON, 63* 
-^'•*- Warehom 

"IVr<'"LAUTULIN GEO. T. & CO. 
■"■^ 120 Fulton (see page 674) 
J^OBINSON A. £. 185 Second 

OMITH G. W. & F., Federal, 
^ cor. Furnace 

WILSON JAMES W. & CO. 79 
^^ and 81 Haverhill 

Iron Founders. 

Bisbee, Endicott,& Co. 24 Kilby 
Blake G. & Co. 23 Exchange 
ROSTON & MAINE FOUN- 
^ DRY CO., A. J. Blanchard, 

agent, 46 Canal 
fENTRAL IRON FOUNDRY, 
^ Dyer& Gurncj', 202 Border 
Chelmsford Iron Foundry Co. 22 

State, G. T. Sheldon, agent 
nUILSON GARDNER, 99 Bl'k- 
^ stone (see inside front cover) 
niTY IRON FOUNDRY.Vance 
^ & Co. 108 Second 
nAVIS.<!i FARNUM, 82 Wash- 
■^ (see page 660) 
niGHTON FURNACE CO. 98 
■^ and 98 North 
T)YER& GURNEY 202 Border, 
■^ opposite Central sq. E.B. 
Eureka Iron Foundry, Joshua Di 

Howard, Earl at. Wire Works 
Fulton Iron Foundry Co., Chas. 

A. Thacher, treas. 39 Broad 
triNKLEY & WILLIAMS 
^^ WORKS, 552 Harrison ave. 
TOSSELYN ALONZO,164Rug- 
^ gles 

IVfAYNARD JAMES A., New, 
■'■■'• corner Maverick, E.B. (see 

page 658) 
Pratt Miles & Co. 112 North 
Pratt & Wentworth, 89 North 
Shawmut Iron Works, W. J. 

Bride, treas. 49 Broad 
OOUTH BOSTON IRON CO., 
^ W. P. Hunt,trea8. 65 Foundry 
Tremont Foundry Co., Hamp- 
shire, corner Culvert 



rtAQ T'TTTTTT'R'PQ at Mauuracturers' Prices, 369 TFashlngton 
UilO X X A.X U JXJUO K. 1IOI.I.IIW OS «fc CO., Mauutactui 



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181 



yANCE Jt CO. 108 Second 

i,LWO 
Bath 
Weston & Thomas, SI Brattle 

WHITING'S lliOX FOUN- 
DRY, Lewis F.Whitinp.prop. 
Kemble, near llaiiipden, and 
L"J State (see page tiSU) 

Iron Furniture. 

DITBIER & CO. 23 Exchange 

■'-' (see piige IJOS) 

JONES M. D. & CO. 52 Sudbury 

Peirce M. W. & Co. 12 Sudbury & 

IlW Friend 
Tucker JIanuf. Co. 117 Court 

Iron ttnd Steel. 

A BBOTT & HOWARD, 11 

■^ Oliver 

American Tool Steel Co. 23 Broad 
(chrome steel) 

Bacon & Brown, 4H and .ll Fulton 

Bay i?ti»te Iron Co. 2 Peniberton 
square 

RLACK DIAMOND STEEL 

•'-' WORKS, office .12 Battery- 
niarcli (seepa;.'e (jr.**) 

Blodaett.*: Wliite, "II Fulton 

Brid^ewater Iron Manuf. Co., N. 
Stetson, l.")4 Millc 

Cale Isaac M. 13 Custom House st. 

Clapp F. & Sons, 29 to :« John 

Cotfin W. E. & Co. S Oliver 

Comey James A. II-! Broad 

Comey W. G. 15 Foundry, agent 
Weymouth Iron Co. 

Cutler E. P. 15 Kilby 

Dennis S. James & Co. 122 Water 

East Bridgewater lion Co., Rog- 
ers & Sheldon, 8.3 Water 

]?D.MOND JAMES & CO. 31)4 

■^ Federal 

Ellerv Harrison (hoops) iG India 

PIR'TH THOS. & SONS, 11 Oli- 

•*■ ver 

Foster W. K. 62 Sudbury 

FULLER, DANA, & FITZ, 110 

•*• North 

Gav, Manson, & Co. 22 Fulton 

TJlNCKLEY E. R. & CO. 4 
Libei ty square 

JJ OWE E. Jk., agent,42 Battery- 

^-^ march 

TTUSSEY, WELLS. & CO.,L. 

'-^ P. Hunt, agent, 1.37 and 139 
Federal 

Jackson & Winsor, 31 Doane 

TESSOP WM. & SONS, 133 and 

" 1.35 Federal (see front colored 
page) 

JOHNSON HENRY M. 36 India 

Joyce & Richardson, 41 and 43 

Fulton 
Lang W. Bailey & Co. 9 Liberty 

square 
Leeds, Robinson, & Co. 75 North 
Locke Samuel B., Comey's whf. 
Loring & Wales Bros. .S'5 Fulton 
T OTllROP & CO. 14 to 211 Cus- 
■'-' torn House street 
TlTAY & CO. 1 Broad (also tin 
"^ plate, see inside back cover) 
McCann & Burns, 2./ Fulton 
Moselev F. A. 4 Liberty sii. 
■\f0S£LEY & HODGMAN, 75 
-'■'-'■ Broad 

Mount Hope Iron Co., J. M. Leon- 
ard, agent and treas. 12U Milk 
Nashua Iron Co., M. A. Herrick, 

agent, «2 Milk 
VAYLOR & CO. G Oliver, and 
* Constitution wharf 
(■VSBORN SAiUfEL & CO., 
^ John B. Taft, I|ent, lU Oliver 

(see front colored paj;e) 
PAGE, NEWELL, & CO. 10 to 

;i9 Batterymarch 
PARK, BROTHER, & CO. 42 Jt 
44 Batterymarch, E. Howe,jr. 
agent (Black Diamond Steel, 
see page 678) 
Pratt Isaac, jr. l.;4 Milk (steel) 
Reed John H. & Co. 2 Pemberton 

sq., warehouse 96 Broad 
Richards & Co. 411 to 44 North 
Richardson J. & Bros. 2 Central 
wharf 

SANDERSON BROS. & CO. 18 

Batterymarch 
Snelling S. G. S2 Milk (pig iron) 
Stevenson & i eirson, 48 Kilby 

(pig iron) 
CUPPLE FRANCIS, 105 Dorch- 

ester avenue 
"TAFT JOHN B. agent, 10 Oliver 
(sec front colored page) 



nPAYLOR BROS. ,t CO., John 
■"■ B. Taft, agent, HI O iver (see 

front colored page) 
Thompson C. & F. 5 Custom Ho. 

street 
Tompkins Arthur G. 50 Broad 
Tvler William P. 50 Broad 
WALDO J. ADAN, 13 Liberty 

sq. (see front colored page) 
Warren Henry W. & Co. 6 Central 

wharf 
WILKINSON A. J. & CO. 
'' 2 Wash., agent for Ilohson's 
choice sti'el (see page 704) 
Williams O. W. A. .36 Kilby 
Williams James M. W. :r, Kilby, 
agent, J. Rowland & Co. 

Iron Pipe and Pulley 
Blocks. 

IVr AY & CO. 1 Broad (see inside 
■^^ back cover) 

Iron Roofers. 

pUTNAM & ALLEY, 3 Federal 

WALES BROTHERS, 17 Bat- 
' terymarch 
Iron Stable Fixtures. 

RUBIER & CO. 23 Exchange, 
-" (see page 608) 

Iron Steamship <fe Ves- 
sel Builders. 

A TLANTIC WORKS, office 72 
■^^ Morrier, E.B.. near North Ferry 
T ORING HARRISON, First, 
■^ City Point 

Iron Ware. (Pltinibers'.) 
7) ALTON & INGERSOLL, 19 
^ Union 

Isinglass. 

QOULD J. D. 20 Union 

Italian A.\vning8. 

(See also Aicnings.) 

BOWEN R. S. & CO. 18 North 
Market 
gRICKSON A. 38 No. Market 

T AMPRELL & MARBLE, 357 

-'-' Commercial 

"lyfARTIN JAMES & SON, 114 

■^ Commercial (see page 696) 
VAI-E R. M. 14 Commercial 

Italian Awning: Sup- 
plies. 

IVfARTIN JAMES & SON, 114 
■^'^ Comm'l (see page 696) 

Ivory, Horns, «fe Tor- 
toise Shells. 

Woodford Philip R. 58 Federal 
.Jacket Kettles. 

"WHITELEY" EDWARD, 61 
'' Charlestown 

Japanned Ware Manu- 
facturers. 

AfASON GEO. II. 154 Black- 
-^''- stone 

UTEARNS N. C. 18 Bromfield 
'-^ (sec page 662) 

WALKER F. A. & CO. &3&85 
'^' CornUill, and 6 & 8 Brattle 

Japanners. 

Atkinson Chas. J. .345J Wash. 

Bennett W. R. 19 Hawley 

Blakeinore Wm. rear 20 Avery 

Cotter E. KiS Lincoln 

Davis S. G. & Co. 94 Blaekstone 

Fitzemeyer V\ m. J. 13s Bl'kstone 

UODGES & COLEMAN, 

■'-'• Sudbury 

Jones & Carpenter, 94 Blaekstone 

AJASON GEO. U. 154 Black- 

■^'-'- stone 

Jurs. (PicHeand I'leserve.) 
Foster Geo. W. 14 Blaekstone 
Jewellers. (Manuf.) 
(See also Watchef, Jewelry, and 

Plate.) 
Ailman J. 11. .30 Bromfield 
I^AILEY BROS. 23 Winter 

Barllett Ceo. W. SO Court 
Bell Jnseph G. .S9 Washington 
"EUGXIESH. 28 Winter (de- 
signs to order) 
RIHELOW, KENNARD, & CO. 
■'-' .'.31 Washington 
Brooks L. F. & Co. 221 Washing- 
ton, room 18 
/jARR iM. W. & CO. 38 Water 



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Chase Charles O. L.12 West 
Chase & McGinn, 2.j2 Washington 
Claikson Hi Sehreiher, II West 
(IROSBY, MORSE, & FOSS,240 
^ Wiisli. (see page 692) 
r)EARIN(i G. W. & CO. 165 
■^ Washington 
Dearing & Cole, 280 Hanover 
Eh ret F. 268 W shington 
POGG JULIAN A. 1141 Wash- 

ingtOM 
Greenwood J. Jt. 15 Summer 
Grodjinski P. 2(1 Court 
nUlLD & DELANO, 2 Winter 

Harrod Wm. F. 220 Washington 
Ilersey B. A. 160 Washington 
Hinds & Albee, 2UiJ Washington 
fJOWARD II. P. & CO. 19S 
■'■■'■ Washington 
Jozefe & Whiteland, 2.38 Wash. 
J^ONG THOMAS, 62 Sudbury 

Mecum Charles E. 12 West 
Meek Samuel, 32 Winter 
Morgan Augustus, 3 Bromfield 

(hair) 
Norling A Bloom, 210 Wnshington 
Percival 1). C. jr. & Co. 160 Wash. 
-^UIMBY'M. T. & CO. 14 Han- 



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RICHARDS H. M. JEWELRY 
•'■'' CO. 7 Green, corner Chardon 
Ripley, Howland, & Co. 221 Wash. 
Schuebeler Chas. 226 Wash. 
Wanen Chas. W. 180 Hanover 
WARREN & RICHMOND, 7 

Tremont row 
Wentworth Charles A. 90 Utica 

Jewellers' Findlues. 

DENNISON & CO. 71 Milk & 
5 Federal 
Jewellers' Xrays. 

UUGUES JOHN A. & CO. 151 

Washington 
nnilAXTER JOSHUA, 8 Brom- 
■■- tield 
Thym G. W. 345J Washington 

Jewelry, Watches, and 
Plate. 

Adams George E. 373 Washington 
Allen, Creque, & Co. ,331 Wash. 
AveriU H. & Co. 46 Cambridge 
Bacon & Co. 30 Elm 
Baer N. 399 Washington 
Bailey Simon W. 103 Wash. 
Balch George P. 1885 Wash. 
Baldwin C. W. 26 Washington 

BIGELOW, KENNARI), & CO. 
.•i31 Wash, and 10 West 
Bond Wm. & Son, 17 Congress 
Brooks Henry B. 191 Cambridge 
Brooks SquareG. & Co.lli7 Dudley 
Brooks William A. 118 Cambridge 
Bryant Horatio, 180 H mover 
Bucklin & Williams, 17 Harvard 

place 
Clark B. A. & Co. 17 Hanover 
Crosby C. A. W. 2.'il Washington 
pROSBY, MORSE, & FOSS, 249 
^ Washington (seepage 692) 
Currier, Trotl, & Co. 148 v\ ash. 
nUTTING H. G. 62 Hanover 
^ (see page 669) 

nEARlNG G. W. & CO. 10,i 
■^ Washington 
Dinzey F. V. l.iS Washington 
Dodge C. 1190 Wa.shingtou 
Dodge J. S. 84 Hanover 
Eastman E. L. II Wash, market 
Eddy Geo. K. 10 Brattle squaie 
Ehrlich Samuel. .502 Washington 
Evans Edward. 313 Broadway 
Fairbanks S. W. 1825 Washington 
Fall Albert, 40 F. H. squaie 
Farr D. T. 64 Green 
Fay Geo. H. 99 Court 
Federhen John, 5.3 Court 
Federhen & Fagin, 61 Court 
Fobts H. A. mi Washington 
TOGG JULIAN A. 1141 Wash- 
ington 

Fogs & Sawyer, 97 Hanover 
poRD H. O. & CO. 84 Tremont 

Foster G. 10 Cambridge 
L^OYE GEO. F. &CO. 195 Wash- 
^ ingloM 

Frisselle Isaac M. 80 Tremont 
ALE WM. T. & CO. 221 Wash- 
ington 

Gay Levi B. 327 Washington 
Gooding & Lytbrd, 83 Washington 
Gray & Libby, 2.33 Washington 
ntflLD & DELANO, 2 Winter 

Hadley Wm. H. 1821 Wash. 
T-IARWOOD BROS. 2(> Brom- 
-•-'- field 
Hazeltine W. C. 28 Cambridge 



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f^oe Ri-rxTraes Oas Heaters, Ons Fiat Irons, Apparatus Tor OAS Tor numerous 
\xa,0 OlKiVGS, purposes, Jt. UOr.I^IItfaS <fe CO., 369 W^ashiueton Street. 



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Jewelry, Watches, etc.—continved. 
Hastines D. B. & .J. 520 Wash. 
Hills Richard, S2() Wash. 
Holbrook C. W. 599 Washington 
Homer C. C. 251 Hanover 
Horn Edwin B. 32 Hanover 
trOWARD H. P. & CO. 198 
•^ Washington 
Jean A. Grand, 1190 Tremont 
Kelley Jasper, 280 Washinston 
Kendall James, 9ii Hanover 
Kennard Chas. W. & Co. 122 Tre- 

mnnt 
Kerr Wm. 11 Hanover 
I/"ETTELL J. V. 158Washing- 

ton 
King M. A., Wash. n. Dorch. ave. 

ward 16 
Leach & Co. 1.3 Brattle square 
Lincoln Albert L. Ii9 Wash. 
Lord Chas. F. .365 Broadway 
Lovinski Alexander, 12 Brattle sq. 
Marble D. N. 1773 Washington 
Mavnard Geo. H. 39 Hanover 
Maynard Wm. M. ]9 Brattle sq. 
Medbur^ Charles E. & Co. 1C5 

Washington 
Mudge & Sanborn, 47 West 
Miinroe C. A. B. 193 Wash. 
jyjYERSS, & J. 90 Washington 

Neilson Wm. 777 Washington 
Newman L. & Co. 216iWa3hington 
Norcross A. C. 9-i Court 
PALMER, BACHELDERS, & 
^ CO. 1«.' Wash. 
PARTRIDGE HORACE, .51 

Hanover 
Pearson Edward G. 40 Cambridge 
PercivMl D. C. & Co. 160 Wash. 
Perry George A. 73 Court 
Pierce C. H. & Co. 24 Hanover 
Potter, Drake, & Co. 43 Bromficld 
Pratt William, .il5 Washington 
QUIMBY M. T. & CO. 14 Hano- 

Raymond F. C. 4 Bromtield 
Record & Cole, 1773 Washington 
Richards F. L. 21 Beach 
Rowe B. F. 34 Salem 
Rowe Jo,«eph R. 45 Court 
Savary B. B. 049 Washington 
Seabury C. 49 Hanover 
g AbUKV SAAC.45 Hanover 

Sherman W. F. & Co. 5 Milk 
GHREVE, CRUMP, & LOW, 226 
''■^ Washington 
Skinner A. 62 Hanover 
Smith H. W. 29 Washington 
QPEAR HENRY T. & SON, 156 
^ Washington 
Stan wood J. D. 143 Tremont 
Stowell A. & Co. 16 Winter 
Strousd S. 759 Washington 
Sumner J. F. 1411 Washington 
Symonds Joseph, 731 Wasli. 
Temple Chas. E. 112 Court 
Titcomb W. P. 11 Brattle sq. 
Toland Hugh, 127 Dorchester ave. 
Wardwell & Co. 7 Bowdoin sq. 
Warring David, 15 Summer 
Weber E. .307 Hanover 
Weniierstan Aug. & Co. 25 Brom- 
tield 
Wetherbee S. R 2 City Hall ave. 
Wilkins & Burdick, .319 B'way 
Warren & Richmond. 235 Trem't 
Waterman C. D. & Co. 15 Winter 
Willard S. & Son, 57 Tremont 
Wood N. G. & Son, 95 Court and 3 
Hanover 

Jig Sawing. 

gURT G. L. 31 Way 

nURTIS HIRAM, Commercial, 
^ opn. Linden, ward 16 
]y/[AHONY J. F. 31 Way 

U AND & BLAKE, 17 & 19 Ware- 
^ ham 

Sawver .% Bartlett, 93 Merrimac 
PMYTH J. 93 Merrimac and 14S 
■'■'' Portland 

WILLETT, DRAKE, & CO. 49 
' and 51 Wareham 

Jig Saw Mannrs. 

TTTELCH & CHIPMAN, 56 Dor- 
"^"^ Chester ave. 

tluiih. Dealers. 

Andrews I. N. & Co. 21 Hawley 
Ballou G. & A. 285 Commercial 
Barlow Edw., Lincoln, c. Essex 
Barnes Levi & Co. .369 Comm'l 
Beatty Geo. W. 66 Cove 
Boyle C. 107 Merrimac 
Boyle D. 142J Leverett 
Butler T. 249 Causeway 
Carnimc John, 307 Hanover 



Cheevers Jas. 222 Causeway 
Collinson J. 214 Albany 
Collinson J. O. 217 Endicott 
Comey James A. 93 Broad 
Comey S. A. 280 Commercial 
Conner John, 951 Harrison avenue 
Conway John, 255 Causeway 
Coughlan James, 135 Endicott 
Cronin D. M. 130 Dover 
Cronin John, 280 Dorchester ave. 
Dacey Timothy, .303 Broad 
Dimmock S. (i4 Northampton 
Downey Martin. 12 First 
Dunbar E. P. 281 Commercial 
Fall Henrv, 277 Federal 
Fanning R. C. .363 Commercial 
Farron William, 111 Cross 
JpINES NORRIS, 127 Haverhill 

Finnerty & Shea, 194 Dorch. ave. 
Flynn Wm. J. 431 Broad 
Folsom Mark, 84 Fulton 
JpRIEL JOHN, 77 Pitts 

Glavin & Dee, 320 Commercial 
Gorman J. 18 Lincoln 
Graves J. jr. 45 Prentiss 
Gritfin M. 78 Cove 
Grimes William, ,55 Hampden 
Hallrsan John, 481 Harrison ave. 
Harligan Patrick, 253 Causeway 
Haskiiis & Montague, 170 Broad 
Hurd & Taylor, 74 Albany 
Jackson Thomas, 131 Riiggles 
Keenaii J. 1.59 Cross 
Kemp J. A. 656 Dorchester ave. 
Kennedy Wm. 74 Cross 
Kent& Gore, K>t Canal 
Knight lliram,]21 Merrimac 
Langen & Dee, .320Commevc nl 
Locke Sjmuel B., Comey's wharf 
Lynch Thos. 273 Causeway 
Lynch Wm. 287 Causeway 
Mahoney Patrick, 128 Broad 
MnnsHeld Benj..344 Broad 
MoCormick Edward, 394 Com'l 
McCullough John Q. 4 No. Grove 
McGlinn John E. 352 Commercial 
McKenna Stephen, .35 Tudoi 
McMaho!! W. ,368 Federal 
McNau"ht Peter & Son, 29 Burke 
Moore Charles H. 84 Fulton 
Mullen M. 108 Federal 
Mullen Patrick, 150 Federal 
Murphy D. 182 Commercial 
Murphy D. E. 4 Lewis 
Nichols & Avery, 165 Fulton 
Norton Michael, 499 Commercial 
O'Connor Bros. 225 Broad 
O'llarra John, 285 and 287 Broad 
O'Neil James, 5 Farnham 
O'Neil James, rear 80 Hampden 
Q'ROURKE S. A. 275 Federal 

Perry J. 265 North 
Power James & Co. 444 Federal 
Quilty John, 142 Dover 
Raddy Owen, 614 Harrison ave. 
Ransom E. 2^3 Dorchester ave. 
Ranson G. 309 Harrison avenue 
Russell Amos, 35 Richmond 
Sawyer C. O. 257 Causeway 
Smith D. H. & Co. 313 Comm'l 
UTEWART J. & W. 360 Broad 
^ (see page 695) 
Sullivan D. 411 Broad 
Titcomb & Tirason, 403 Broad 
Tolson William, Elmwood 
Turner Alvin M. 606 Harr. ave. 
Vinal & Reeve, 251 Broad 
Whitley Joseph, Dunlow, cor. 

Elmwood 
Wiggin Edward P. 391 Com'l 

Kaolin. 

QAVERLY C. Je. 47 Congress 



WALDO J. AD AN, 13 Liberty 
** sq. (see front colored page) 

Kerosene Burners and 
Xrlniininss. 

XJOLMES, BOOTH, & HAY- 
-'-'• DENS, 17 Federal 
T^HE PLUJIE & ATWOOD 
••• MANUF. CO. 13 Federal 

Ketchups. 

nOWDREY E. T. & CO. 80 and 
'-' 82 Broad (sec page 678) 
pAYNE STEPHEN & CO. 9 
•^ Commercial (see page 684) 

K:icl Oloves. 

Churchill, Gilman, & Co. 50 
Chauncv 

GoodscU, Budillon, & Co. 109 Sum- 
mer 

Holton F. L. & Co. 264 Wash. 

Marshall S. M. 15 Summer 

Peyser Henry M. 24 Chauncy 



KIndlinsr TTood. 

BOSTON KINDLING WOOD 
CO. 6 Water 
Boston & Roxbury Kindling Wood 

Co. 1.34 Washington 
QOLEGATE W>1. A. 3 Thacher 

Cross E. S. 58 Castle 
Curtis Josiah P., Com'l, opp. Ells- 
worth, ward 16 
Finn 0. 1.34 Essex 
Gilmore & Barton, 109 Foundry 
Huntley Wm. C. 117 Essex 
Suffolk Kindling Co., First, n. K 
Whitaker & Co. 368 First 

Kitchen Furnishing 
Ooods. 

CTEARNS N. C. 12, 16 and 18 
^ Bromtield (seepage 662) 
"POLMAN CHARLES P., Wash. 
-*- wd. 16 

Knitting Machines. 

A DAMS ,1. Q. & G. W. (Crane) 

22 Temple place 
Lamb Family Knitting Machine, 
L. R. Barber, agt, 161 Tremont 



PRINTER MANUF. CO. 14 
-"• Kilby 

Iiaoe Iicather. 

nORBETT A. O. 13 Battery- 
^ march (see page 642) 

I.iaces, £nibroiderieSi 
<fec. 

Abbot Walter, 74 Hanover 

Furbcr T. F. 59 Temple place 

riROSS & STRAlfSS, 321 and 

'J 323 Washington 

Holbrook C. C. 26 Summer 

Holmes G. 391 Washington 

T-f UNT E. W. & CO. 22 Kingston 

(see page 700) 
Mudge A. C. 224 Washington 
Pierrott Madam, 19 Myrtle 
Veazie Wm. H. 166 Washington 
WALTHER G. J. MRS. 14 
^^ West 

readies' Dress Caps, 
Kuches, <fec. 

J^IRCU & CO. 11 Summer 

l.adies' Furnishing 
Stores. 

Adams Charlotte M. Mrs. 363 

Washington 
Christie A. F. Miss, 1813 Wash. 
Dolbeare & Hawkins, 98 Court 
Follett L. B. 1127 Washington 
Ford J. G. 51 Temple place 
Forsyth G. R. 20 Temple place 
Grifnths Sarah St. H. 13 Guild row 
Murdock E. A. 9 Temple place 
Stevens J. J. 282 Washington ' 

I>adies' Under ©arm'ts. 

Baker J. S. & C". 24 Summer 
Whiting & Co. 25 Hawley 
WILLARD. liRlGlIT, & CO 
' "^ 265 Washington 

Imager Beer Brewers. 

pFAFF H. & J. 37 Milk, corner 
Morton place 

Imager Beer Saloons. 

Aechtler J. 1.390 Tremont 
Aichtler Philip, 109 Pynchon 
Andros G. 120 Essex 
Anderson S. 269 Hanover 
Augustine Frederick. 9 Prentis 
Averbeck Joseph, 8 Gouch 
Badenschneider Andrew & Co. 9 

Province 
Baler Charles, 44 Harrison ave. 
Bauer John N. basement, 26 Spring 

iaiie 
Baumann Leopold. 49 Devonshire 
Beck Ignatius, 80 W. Springfield 
Becker Jacob, llOUJ Washington 
RENZ ANTON,' 1154 AVashing- 
■'J ton ^ 

Bergner F. A. 68 Sudbury 
Bische Bernard, 38 Northampton 
Bisch Florence, 123 W. Canton 
Black Edwin, .34 Portland 
Blanchetle R. Mrs. 78 Portland 
Bleisehuitz J. 168 Cabot 
Bohee J. D. 23J Kneeland 
Boody Lot, 245 Hai over 
Bossert Andreas, 58 Sudbury 



A. large assort- Va-vnaa-na Chandeliers and I^anips, at K. 1IOI..I.INOS «fe CO.. 
mentor ixeiUOOllO 309 \^asliiuKton Street, Boston. 



BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



183 



Boaselmnnn, 2!?} Kneeland 
Boyiiton John, 1'!!! Ilnnover 
Brannon P. J. HI'' Uimover 
Brenner .(ohn, llflrt* Washington 
Bryant Geo. W'l Washington 
Bub l£enry, 4'i Leverett 
Buckley Josepli, ^^^4 ^Hshington 
Cameron .T. A. 2ill Howard 
Chase J. h. iS Hanover 
Clarkson A. M Congress 
Cleve Joseph, IT" Hampden 
Connelly Edmund, U-i W. Brook- 
line 
Connors P. J. IIW Hanover 
Currier A. S. 2 South 
Decelle Micliael, 142 Portland 
Dixon Riehurd, 8(i.i Washington 
Doherty Thoma<, IIM Dover 
Dowling James, (il Washington 
DrixcelT Geo. 1052 Tremont 
Dubuc J. P. P. ••! C^-ntral 
Dugan John, 19'i Eliot 
Duling M. S. 41 (irectt 
Eich Peter, 69J Milk 
Elz George, (ill Eliot 
Kvans J. 'J.'i') Commercial 
Evers Gustav, 8 Essex 
Fachon Frank A. 84 Court, corner 

Howard 
Faulkner Wm. 4(i8 Commercial 
Finn J. H. 1«4 Prince 
Flagg Charles U. 4 Bedford 
Kricker Cliarles A. I.'UO Tremont 
Fucha Henry, 4'.t Friend 
Gnger H. 526 Washington 
GemJ., Stoughlon, near Hudson 
Giblin Joseph, 22 Broadway 
Gottschalk Ernest, 5 Essex and 43 

Court 
Griner M. & Son, G?7 Washington 
Hayes George, 2 Chardon 
Hayfield Thomas, IS Travers 
Heeb Adam. 9 Faiieuil Hall sq. 
Heil E. W. 32 Heath 
Hellbaeh C. 1422 Tremont 
Hellbach W. l-2?A Tremont 
Hennessey J. C. 252 Hanover 
Her6tenst<'in Louis, 76U.J Wash. 
Hess John, 56 Brattle 
Hinselmau C. 17* School 
Hoenenmann Wni. G,t Boylston 
prOLLAND EDWARD A. 74 
"- Lincoln 

Holland John, 14!) Cambridge 
Homer V. 18(J1 Washington 
Hottelman & Son, 7 Boylston 
Housman William, « Summer 
Hyams S. M. 175 Hanover 
Hyneman C. 2(m Eliot 
Jacobs N. 40J Faneuil Hall square 
Jacobus Peter, 241 Hanover 
Jager Henry, ,52(; Washington 
Joyce Georee A. 2.5(i Friend 
Juengling Henry, 128-5 Tiemont 
Kahlhoefer Philip, 32 Adams 
Kammerer Christian, 247 Dorch. 
Kamp Henry, lit Friend 
Kayser E. 1351 Tremont 
Kelsch John, 290 Broadway 
Kiendorf H. 9.V) Harrison avenue 
Kleasa John, (iSi Milk 
Knapp C, 7 Boylston 
Kneeland James, 1.35 Dover 
Kyler Thomas, 2 and 4 Eliot 
Kramer C. H. 340 Washington 
•Lambrecht J. 148.J Hanover 
Leveau Alfred, r."'.) Leverett 
Liesenfeldt Anton, 105 Pleasant 
Lorey Andrew, 2 Common 
Masse W. M. 1307 Tremont 
Matcheas Bernhard, 25 Minot 
McCorniick M. 10 Wilson lane 
McGaffingan & Dager, 150J Black- 
stone 
McLaughlin John, 10 Elm 
Meier Frederic A. 91) Union 
Menzel John N. 127 Summer 
Metzler Christian, 42 Heath 
Middell Chas. (193 Washington 
Miller J. C. 149 Court 
Muntz Leopold, 495 Tremont 
MuUer C. 6 State 
Murray D. 1175 Washington 
Nauer Jocob, 1094 Tremont 
Neurenter Andrew, 1(KJ9 Wash. 
Newcomb F. D. 198 Cambridae 
Nortun Bernard, Winthrop place 
Norcott& Lewis, 80 Kneeland 
Nourse George U. 3 Church 
Oakes George, 43 Seneca 
Oettinger Joseph, 114 Pleasant 
O'BRIEN P. C. .11 Devonshire, 
'-' (Cincinnati Bottle Beer depot) 
O'Lallv I. K. 8 Eliot 
Paget Robert, 3(18 Tremont 
Pfaff Frank, 47 Kneeland 
Pickart P. M. 55 (Jreen 
Fickart & Hayes, 4 Chardon 
Porrett Charles, 501 Eighth 
Quill D. J. 18<i Canal 
Reagan P. J. 89 Kingston 
Rein Andrew, las Northampton 



Reinbold J. F. 187(i Washington 
Roessle John, 491 Washington 
Roessle John F. under Masonic 

Temple 
Ruck .loseph jr. 1893 Washington 
Saalwaechter Herrman, knee- 
land, eor. Hudson 
Schclch John, lUKl Tremont 
SchiraJ. S: Co. 113 Court (base- 
ment) 
Schnatz Jacob, 1114 Tremont 
Schoendorf Henry, 7 Boylston 
Schoendorf John B. 142 Tremont 
Schuler J., Brimmer place 
Schuster Isadore, ai7 Wash, and 

1042 Tremont 
Seelig F. 12 Cornhill 
Siefert A. F. & R. C. 2i State 
Shaida Frank J. 13 Causeway 
Shattuck & Decker, 829 Broadway 
Shira Fred, i! 1 Sudbury 
Solari G. 88 Union 
Sommors Louis, 103H Tremont 
Sonneman John, 7 La Grange 
Speidel L., Water, cor. Wash. 
Stimler Otis, Washington market 
Stoehr Henrv, 472 Washington 
Stoehr Wm. 171 Washington 
Sullivan Michael, .58 Kingston 
Sullivan Timothy, 254 Broad 
Sylvester Philip, "(Ki Friend 
Tillman Joseph, 27 Province 
Tomfohrde A. 28 Hanover 
Tomfohrde John, 38 Portland 
Tomfohrde Thomas, 1 A Court sq. 
Tomson David, 11 Sprfng lane 
Tremble James, 28 Piedmont 
Ungerer Frank, 1 Sudbury 
Voeel August, 52 Pleasant 
Wagner E. 151 Court 
Webber Geo. 1.37 Shawmut ave. 
Weber Joseph, 24.5 Union 
Weihz Christian, 85 Pynchon 
Weiler L 12(W Tremont 
Weinz J. & Co. 23 Sudbury 
Wilfert Christian J. 18 Albany 
Williams John L. 1 Franklin 
Wirth Geo. l(i Camden 
Wise Henry, 138 Pleasant 
Withington Porter, 1174 Wash. 
Zimmerman Martin, 22 Marshall 
!LianipbIack Manufa. 
RASSETT & WHITCOMB, 7 
" Bath (dealers) 

DONALD WM. C. & CO. 25 
Milk 
]y[ORRILL GEO. H. 86 Water 

Norfollf Lampblack Co. 86 Water 
^EEKS & DUPEE, ISO State 

liamp Burner JManufs. 

Quaker Burner Co. 64 Kilby 
l<ainp Alaniif and l>eal- 

era. 

Ashlev John E. 72 Kilby 

RE ARSE E. & CO. ISO Commer- 

•" cial 

RROWN& BARNES, 35 Brora- 

" field 

Callender John B. 55 Kilby cor. 

Water 
Carletott William, 30 Beach 
Clark, Adams, & Clark, 156 Cong. 

DEWEY F. O. 29 Merrimac and 
28 Canal 
Dodge E. P. & Co. 8 Tremont 
Dodge John T. & Co. 6 Custom 
House street 

rOLLlNGSR. &C0..369 Wash- 
"- ington (see (bot lines) 
HOLMES, BOOTH, & HAY- 
-'-'- DENS, 17 Federal 
TONES, Mc D U F F E E, & 
" STRATTON, 24 South Mar- 
ket (see page <W7) 
McKENNEY, BULLARD, & 
-"^ CO. 564 Washington 
MOREY & S.VIITH, 49Haver- 
-^'•^ hill (see page 1)1(4) 
Mt. Washington Glass Works, 61 

Milk 
MICHOLSON, FROST, & CO. 
-■■^ 137 and 139 Milk (lamps and 

chandeliers) 
■\rOYES PERSON, 47 India (see 
-^' page (1941 

pRfJUTY & THOMPSON, 71 
Sudb'y (German lamp cleaner) 
Stancell C. C. 69* Union 
(^TETSON S. A. & CO. 173 Tre- 
^ mont 

Stoehr H. A. 472 Washington 
Tarbell E. & Son, 15 Bromfleld 
HE PLUME & ATWOOD 

MANUF. CO. 13 Federal 
NION GLASS CO., J. P. 
'-' Gregorv, agent, 115 Milk 
Whitney & 'r 'ppan, 15 Winter 
Williams F. G. & Co. 71 Union 
■^ILLIAMS WM. B. 113 Milk 



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T 



Lamp Shade SKanuf. 

Boston Folding Lamp Shade Co. 

115 Conrt 
Voee Chas. II. 645 Shawm nt ave. 

Eianip 'frlninilna;*- 

TTOLMES, BOOTH, & HAY- 
-'-'- DENS, 17 Federal 

I^and Companies. 

Back Bav Land Co. 2.5 Trem't row 
Boston Water Power Co., 12 Pem- 

berton square 
Boston & Roxbury Mill Corpora- 
tion, W. S. Whitwell, treaa. 22 

Devonshire 
Cary Improvement Co., William 

Pratt, treas. 103 State 
East Boston Land Co.,John Noble, 

treasurer, .30 Court 
Southern Land Co., J. P. Snow, 

agent, 52 Washington 
Waveriy Land Co., D . L. Dcm- 

mon, treas. 130 State 
Winnisimmet Co., N. Matthews, 

pres. 96 Washington 
Wollaston Land Associates. G. P. 

Pinkhaai, gen. agent, 9 State 

I^aud Tiles. 

WALDO J. ADAN, 13 Liberty 
"^"^ sq. (see front col'd page) 

^landscape Oardeners. 

nOPELAND R. MORRIS, 7 

^ Court sq., room 40 (see p. 700) 

r EE FRANCIS L. 16 Pember- 

■^ ton sq . 

IVl AY HENRY A. 134 Washing- 

■"'^ ton 

Meacham G. F. 23 Congress 

tJHEDD & SAWYER, 7 Court 

^ square (see page i'i><li) 

TTTALSH JAMES, 7 Court sq.. 

' '^ room 43 (see piuie (i99 ) 
TO"OODWARD REUBEN T. 9 

*" State 

I^nnterns. 

BINNEY JOHN, 122 and 12< 
Broad 
BOWMAN BENJ. P. (street) (56 
Union 
flHAMBERLAIN H. B. fc W. 
^ O. 312 Washington (magic, see 



nORBETT A. O. 13 Battery- 
^ march (see page 642) 
T)EWEY FRANCIS O. 29 Mer- 
■"-^ rimac, and 28 Canal 
lyrASON GEO. H. 1.54 Blackstone 

MOREY & SMITH, 49 Haver- 
■^'^ hill (see page 094) 
Tufts Brothers, 42 Sudbury 
TTNION GLASS CO., J. P. 
*-' Gregory, asent, 115 Milk 
"YyiLLfAMS "WM. B. 113 Milk 

I..apldary. 

Reynolds S. jr. 241 Wash, room 12 
I^ard Oil Sf anuf. 

A LDEN E. G. 181 Broad 

NORTH, MERIAM, & CO. 2r & 
29 F. H. Market (see p. 687) 
Wright C.& Co. 35 Norfolk ave. 
office 25 North Market 

l.ard and Xalloir. 

Merrill L. F. & Son, 4fi Quincy rakt. 
"Vr O R T H, MERIAM, & CO. 27 
-"-^ & 29 Faneuil Hall Market (see 

page 687) 
Whitaker Lewis, 64 Norfolk ave. 

!Last Makers. 

Frohock Last Co. 105 Pearl, factory 

15 Hampden 
rilLSON & WALKER, 48 Han- 
^^ over and at Cambridgeport 
Hutchings J. 7 Barrett 
Llnfield M. & Son, 8 Bath 
MACE & KE YES, 7 to 13 Barrett 

■.■atch Manufid. 

OLMSTEAD SAFETY 
LATCH CO. 71 Sudbury 

liaundries. 

Cambridge Laundry. L. Cox. 

Drop. 57 Bromtield 
nHELSEA DYE HOUSE AND 
^ LAUNDRY. S. Sibley, 218 

Washington (see page 7(16) 
Citizens Laundry, S. .M. Clark, 

Castle, cor. Washington 
City Laundry, 96, 98, & lon Lenox. 

office 415 Washington 
Crawford J. G.607 Washington 



Wf„?S««ye%«f Gas Fixtures, 



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36tf WashlnKtoa Street, Boston. 



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BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Laundries— continued. 

FSTITUTION FOR THE 
BLIND, 20 Bromfield (see 
pape (jOl) 
Nickerson Elizabeth, 883 Albany 
8t. James, J. G. Crawford, 60r 

Washington 
TiROY BRANCH LAUNDRY, 
•"■ 376 Broadway 
tJnion Laundry, 309 Tremont 

Uaw Blank. Publishers. 

T)ARLING CHAS. K. 15 Ex- 
^ charifre 

TSTARREN M. R. & CO. 14 
'''' School 

Iia-wryers. 

Abbot Edwin H. 13 Pemberion sq. 
Abbott Abiel, 21 Merchants Ex. 
Abbott Clias. E. 47 Court, room 6 
Abbott .John S. 21 Merchants Ex. 
Abhott Josiah G. 42 Court 
Abbott S. A. B. 42 Court 
Ackernian Charles L. 13 Court sq. 
Adams Charles F. Jr. 31 Pember- 

ton square 
Adams Geo. Z. 19 Court 
Adams J. Quincy, 31 Pemberton 

square 
ALBEE SUMNER, 20 Court 

ALGER EDWIN A. 13 Court 
■^ sqaure 

Alger Edwin A. jr. 46 Washington 
Alger & Griffin, 4(5 Washington 
Alien Charles Edward, 1 Pember- 
ton square 
Allen Charles, 30 Court 
AUen Stillman B. 20 Court 
Ames Fisher, 2 Pemberton square 
Almon A. B. 47 Court 
Amory Thomas C. 19 Common- 
wealth avenue 
Andrews John L. 45 Court 
Andrews Wm. H. H. 2S State 
ANGELL & JENNISON, 46 
■^ Washington 
Appleton Fred. II. 20 Court 
Apslev G. E. 7 Green 
Arnold Howard P. 4 Pemberton 

square 
Askenasy II. .33 School (German) 
Aspinwall William, 42 Court 
Austin Ivers J. 30 Court 
^VERY EDWARD, 51 Water 

A VERY & HOBBS, 51 Water 

Bacon John W., Court House 
"DAKER J. MURRAY, 33 
■"-^ School, room 10 
Baker Wm. P. .30 Court sq. 
Balch F. V. 39 Court, room 9 
Baldwin Geo. W. 39 State, room 8 
Baldwin Henry, 9 Pemberton sq. 
Ball J. D. 40 Slate 
Ballard J. M. 11 Bromfield 
Bancroft Geo. 7 Court sq. 
Bancroft S. C. 3C Washington 
Baniirott Solon, 47 Court, room 6 
Bangs Edward, 31 Pemherton sq. 
Barbour J. N. 12 Pemberton sq. 

(revenue) 
Barnard Chas. A., Court House 
UARRETT JONATHAN F. 42 
■" Court 

Barry Geo. M. 13 Pemberton sq. 
n A R T L E T T FRANCIS, 13 
■"^ Exchange 
PARTLETT SIDNEY, 13 

Exchange 
BARTLETT SIDNEY Jr. 13 

Exchange 
Bartlett William, 19 Lindall 
Bassett Elisha C. S., Court House 
jgATCHELDER L. R. 4C Court 

Batchelder Samuel, jr. 16 Pem- 

t>erton square 
Bates J. E. 42 Court 
Botes S. W. 5 Pemberton square 
Baylies Henry, 13 Court square 
Bellows J. G. 15 Pemberton sq. 
Bemis George, 5 Court 
Bennett C. SI. 15 Pemberton sq. 
Bennett E. H. 39 Court, room 7 
Bennett Joseph, 63 Court, room 4 
Bennett Wm. F. 69 Sears' bldg. 
Berry John W. 13 Court sq. 
R ERRY N. C. 13 Court square, 
■"-^ room 13 

Betton Geo. E. 7 Pemberton sq. 
Bicknell Enierv 0. 11 Pember'n sq. 
R I G E L O W E D W I N M. c3 
•^ School, room 16 
Bigelow F. W.. 32 Pemberton sq. 
Bigelow Geo. B. 22 Old State Ho. 
Binncy W. C. 25 Bromfield, 

room 5 
gISHOP R. R. 2 Pemberton sq. 



Blackmar W. W. 14 Tremont 

Blaisdell Mark A. 63 Court 

T3LAKE EDWARD, 10 Railroad 

■^ Exchange 

Blake Wm. P. 10 R. R. Exchange 

Blandin Charles F. 31 Devonshire 

RLODGETT CALEB Jr., 35 

•" Court 

Blume A. 33 School, room 56 

Boardman A. W. 7 Court square, 

room 29 
ROARDMAN & BLODGETT, 
-'-' 35 Court 

Boit B. D. jr. 2 Pemberton square 
Bolster S. A. 27 Guild row 
T30WDITCH W. I. 8 Railroad 

Exchange 
Bowman S. Z. 7 Court square 
Boynton W. E. 33 School, room 27 
TJllACKETT J. Q. A. 81 Wash- 

ington, room 13 
gRADLEY J. H. 19 Court 

p> RAMAN JOSEPH B. lOPem- 

berton sq. (see page 702) 
Brewster Aug. O. 13 Court sq. 
Brigga Andrew H. 42 Court 
Briggs Henj.F. 39 Old State House 
Brigham C. 20 Court 
Brigham Henry R. 32 Pemberton 

square 
Brigham W. T. So Court 
Brooks Edward, 36 Temple place 
Brooks Francis, 36 Temple place 
Brooks Francis A. 20 State 
Brooks P. C. 3G Temple 
gROOKS & BALL, 40 State 

Brown Edward P. 13 Court sq. 

CROWN JEREMIAH, 81 Wash- 
ington, room 13 

"RROVVN (ALPHEUS R.) & 

•" ALGER (EDWIN A.), 13 
Court square 

Browne Albert G. jr. Court House 

Browne Causten, SO Court 

Browne E. I. 4 Pemberton sq. 

Browne Geo. M., Eastern Railroad 
Depot 

Browne J. M. 13 Court square 

RROWNE & HOLMES, SO 

-" Court 

Browne & Thorndike, 4 Pember- 
ton square 

Bruce Geo. A. 24 Tremont row 

Bryant F. E. C. 30 Court 

gRYANT J. D. 69 Sears build'g 

Bryant N. B. 33 School 
Buck Edward, 4 Pemberton sq. 
Bullard John R. 41 State 
Bumpus Everett C. 5J Water, 

room 48 
■RURBANK ROBERT L 46 
-" Court 

Burnham B. F. 35 Court 
UURRAGE WM. W. 33 School, 

room 4 
Buswell Henry F. 27 Court 
Butler Benj. F. 12 Pemberton sq. 
Butler John H. 7 Court sq. room 4 
Butterworth A. F. 22 School 
Buzell Albert C. 13 Pemberton sq. 
Byam Geo. A. 42 Court 
Bynner Edwin L. 13 Pemberton 

square 
(;iARLETON THOS. 46 Wash- 
^^ ington, room 11 
flARPENTER JAMES E. 22 
^ School 

Carrett James R. 5 Tremont 
Carruth Wm. W. 47 Sears Ouildg. 
nHANDLER PELEG W. 27 
^ Court 

Chandler T. P. 14 Devonshire 
Chaplin H. W. 7 Court square 
Cheever T. P. 5 Tremont 
Cheney Horace R. 13 Court sq. 
Child & Powers, 27 Tremont row 
Choate Chos. F. 31 Wash. 
Choate F. W. 5 Court 
Choate G. F. 7 Pemberton square 
Churchill A. & J. R. 16 Old State 

House 
Churchill Joseph McKean, 7 Court 

square, room 17 
Clapp H. A. 16 Pemberton square 
Clark Albe C. 47 Sears building 
Clark Joseph F. 11 Pemberton sq. 
Clarke John J. 27 State 
Clarke Thomas Wm. 31 Studio 

building 
Clififord S. W. jr. 33 School 
Codman John, 13 Pemberton sq. 
Codman & Johnson, 27 Kilby 
QOFFIN A. B. 33 School, room 4 

Cogswell Wm. 7 Pemberton sq. 
Colburn Wm. G. 30 Court 
Colby John F. 35 Court 
Collins P. A. 46 Wash., room 10 
Connolly Wm. T. 6 Court House 



Converse J. P. SI Washington 
Converse & Kelly, 81 Wash. 
Cook Wm. H. 12 Tremont 
Coolidge A. J. 13 Pemberton sq. 
Coolidge David H. 32 Pemberton 

square 
Coolidge Horace H. 7 Court sq. 
Coolidge J. R. ."7 Court square 
Cooney P. H. 7 Court square 
Copeland Geo. W. 8 Pemberton sq 
(jottrell Asa, 25 Tri mont row 
Cowley Charles, 27 Merchants Ex. 
Crandall H. Burr, 5 Tremont 
Crane David F. 23 Court 
Creech Samuel W. jr. 30 Court 
Crocker George G. 14 Pemberton 

square 
Crocker'Uriil H. 14 Pemberton sq. 
riROWLEY JOHN C. 33 School, 
^ room 7 and 6 Winthrop block 
Cummings Cyrus, 39 Old State Ho. 
Cummings Prentiss, 27 Trcm't row 
Currier B. H. 15 Old State House 
Currier Horace II. 20 Court 
Currier S. E. D. 4" Court, room 5 
nURRIER THOS. F. 33 School, 
^ room S 

Curtis B. R. 31 Pemberton square 
Curtis Charles P. 27 Kilby 
Curtis Walter, 31 Pemberton sq. 
Cutler Joseph, 47 Court 
(1UTTER E. S. 81 Washington, 
^ room 14 
Cutter I. J. U Court 
Dabney Frederick, U. S. Court 

House 
Dabney L. S. 30 Court 
Dacey T. J. 24 Tremont row 
nAJLRYMPLE WM. H. 13 Court 

sq., room 14 
Dame Abraham A. 59 Court 
Dame Charles C. 7 Court square 
Dame Theodore S. I Pemberton 

square 
Dame William A. 59 Court 
DanaR. H.jr. .30Court 
Dane & Baker, 14 Devonshire, 

room 16 [House 

Darling Samuel C. 22 Old State 
Davis £. 42 Court 
Davis Geo. T. 30 Court 
Davis James C. 30 Court 
Davis Jerome, 19 Court 
Day Joseph M. 18 Pemberton sq, 
r)EAN BENJ. 42 Court 

Dean Thos. 22 Tremont row 
Dehon Wm. 69 Sears building 
Demond Chas. 91 Washington 
Denny Henry G. .37 Court sq. 
Derby E. H. 46 Court 
J)ERBY GEORGE S. 46 Court 

Dexter Everett K. 27 Guild row 
Dexter William S. 40 State 
niCKINSON M. F. Jr. 14 Pem- 
■""^ berton square 
Dodge Frederic, 30 Court 
Dodge John C. 30 Court 
Doherty William W. 33 School, 

room 17 
£)ONNELLY CHAS. F. 19 Court 

Dorr E. Ritchie, 31 Pemberton sq. 

nORR WM. B. 119 Dorchester 
■^ avenue 

Draper John W. 22 Devonshire 
Drew C. H. 40 State, room 28 
Dubois E. C. 1 Pemberton square 
Dudley Dean, 8 Congress square 
IWDLEY SANFORD H. 20 
-^ Court 

Duggan R. Augustus, .'iG Wash. 
Duncan Win. V. 31 Washington 
Duncklee Mark F. 81 Wash. 
Durant Wm. B. 19 Court 
Dyer Frank B. 12 Tremont 
Dyer M. jr. 15 Pemberton square 
Edwards'H. J.-39Court 
Egan James, 3:3 School, room 15 
Eldridge John L. 6 Tremont 
Ellis Chas. M. 96 Washington 
Ely A. B. 28 State & 46 Wash. 
Ely F. D. 10 Devonshire 
Emery James W. 4 Pemberton sq. 
Emery Woodward, 4 Pemb. sq. 
English J. L. 68 Coruhill 
English J. S. 68 Cornhill 
Estabrook Geo. Wm. 41 State 
Estey Willard F. 42 Court 
Estey & Terrv, 42 Court 
Fallon Joseph D. 47 Court 
Falls Charles G. 7 Court sq. 

room 13 
Farley James F. 47 Court 
Farley James G. jr. 7 Court sq. 
Famsworth W. C. 14 State 
Fay Clement K. 5 Tremont 
Felch Chas. B. 13 Court sq. 
Field Walbridge A. 6 Tremont 
piSCHACHER MAX, 11 Pera- 
berton square 



I 



f3.n rt "Di-nAo Altered and fUtai-ewa connected at short notice. Q/JO l^i^^blng* 
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FIshcr AliVed 0. 14 Pemberton sq. 

room .3 
Fisher Goo. A. 'S Court 
Fisk Chas. II. 2(1 State 
FitE Daniel F. .0 Court 
Fitzgcrnlil J. E. 47 Court 
Flatley V. J. .'> Court 8i|uare 
Fleminj; C. II. IKI Dorch. ave. 
Floyd Samuel K. :t4 School 
Foreaith W. .1. :« Si hool, room 10 
Foster Dwight, :«) State, room 8 
Foster F. C. "." School 
Fowler Geo. K. •-'» Court 
French Asa, h Tremont 
Fiench Henrv F. \^^ Studio build. 
Frost Geo. S."13 Pemberton sq. 
Frost Henry W. 4(1 State, room 29 
FrothinRham Thomas B. 3G Tem- 
ple place 
Fuller Henry W. 27 Guild row 
Fuller S. D. 204 Exchange 
QALE Wll. B. S« Washington 

Gardiner William II. 2 Pember- 
ton square 
Gardner Wm. S. 27 Tremont row 
Gaston Williiim, 5 Tremont and 

27 Guild row 
Gay Ebenezer, 42 Court 
/■JERKISU BEN.J. J. & WM. H. 
^ WILSON, H Court 
Gilchrist D. S. 47 Court 
Giles Alfred E. ■'.() Court 
Giles Joel, I'i Studio huilding 
Gleason Daniel A. 'in Court 
Gleason Horace. Ml Washington 

GODDARD IIAURICE, 14!l A 
Tremont 
Goldsbury John, .31 Pemberton sq. 
Gooch D. W. 18 Pemberton sq. 
Goodrich Chas. B. m Court 
Goodrich & Edwards, 39 Court, 

room 3 
Goodwin Frank, (19 Sears bldg. 
Gordon Geo. H. 7 Court square 
Gorele/ Chas. P. .5 Pemberton eq. 
Gouldm:; E. P. 13 Pemberton sq. 

GRAVES T. E. & F. H. 10 Pem- 
berton sq. (see page 670) 
rjRAY J. C. Jb. 4 Pemberton 
^* square 
Gray O. T. 42 Court 

GRAY (p. T.) & DAVIS (ED- 
MUND), 42 Court 
n.BEENE N. St. J. 23 Tremont 
'-" row 

rj.REENE OSCAR P. 33 School, 
^-'^ room 21 

Greene W. C. 33 School, room 19 
Greenough Chas. P. 7 Court sq. 
Gregg W. P., City HaU 
Griflin Geo. A. 4()Wa9h. 
Griffin William F. 13 Pemberton 

square 
Griggs Geo. KJ Pern berton square 
Grover Emery, 81 Washington, 

room 11 
p ROVER THOMAS E. 96 
" Washington 
Guiney P. R. 47 Court 
Hale A. G. K. 3.5 Old State House 
fi ALE GEORGE S. 39 Court, 
•*-'- ri 'Om 5 

HaU Thotiias, 30 Court 
Hallett H. L. .3.3 School, room 9 
Harding Wm. P. .i Tremont 
Harlow Thomas S. 27 State 
Harmon S. W. 19 Court 
pj AKRIS & TUCKER, 51 Water 

Haskins David Greene jr. 18 Pem- 
berton sqnare 
Hassan) Jolin T. .35 Court 
gATHAWAY S. W. 30 Court 

Hayes Benj. F. 47 Court, room 2 
Hayes Francis L. 31 Pemb. sq. 
Hayes W. A. jr. 17 Pemberton sq. 
Haynes H. P. .5t; Washington 
Hay ward Charles C.22 School 
Hazelton II. L. 1 Pemberton sq. 
Healey Wm. E. 2o Tremont row 
Healy John P. 2 Pemberton sq. 
Hedge \Vm..^5 Court 



Hesseltine F. S. 7 Court square, 

room 12 
Hewins James, !(> Pemberton sq. 
Hildreth Chas. II. .51 Water 
fJILLARD GEORGE S. 14 
"^ Pemberton sii. 
TTILLARI), HV DE,& DICKIN- 
••-^ SON. 14 IVmtierton square 
Hillis John, .5 Tninont 
JJINDS CALVIN P. 46 Court 

Hoague Isaac T. 7 Pemberton sq. 
Hoar E. K. & S. 5 Pemberton sq. 
JJ^OBBS GEORGE M. 51 Water 

Hobbs William, 10 State 



Hodges Edward F. 42 Court 

HODGES & BARRETT, 42 
and 44 Court 
Holden Artemas R. jr. 5 Tremont 
Holland II. W. Ill Court 
jl OLMES JABEZ S. 30 Court 

Holmes John S. 4fi Court 
Holmes O. W. jr. & E. J. 7 Pcmb. 

square 
Homer George F. 9 Pemb. sq. 
Hooper Edward W. 4 Pemberton 

square 
Houghton Charles, 41 State 
Hovey Edwin S. 42 Court 
Howard J. M. F. 15 Pemberton sq. 
J£OWE MOSES G. 35 Court 

Howes L. W. .33 School, room J 
Howes & Smith, 33 School, room J 
Hubbard C. E.4 Pemberton sq. 
Hubbard G. G. 31) State, room 13 
TJUBBARD JOSIAH W. 31 
■'-'- Water, room 44 
Hubbard & Emery, 4 Pemberton 



jg^UDSON JOHN E. 27 Court 

TTUDSON JOHN W. 30 Court, 

room 9 
Humphrey James, 18 Pemberton 

square 
Huntington C.W. 1 Pemberton sq. 
Hurd Chas. H. .33 School, room E 
Hurd Francis W., U. S. Court Ho. 
Hurd T. C. 5 Tremont 
Hurley Timothy, 44 East Newton 
Hutchins Heuiy C. 20 Court 
Hutchins Horace G. 5 Court sq. 
TJUTCHINS & WHEELER, 20 
■^ Court, rooms 2 and 3 
Hutchinson Eben, 31 Devonshire 
Hutchinson P. H. 9 State 
U YDE HENRY D. 14 Pember- 

ton square 
Ireson S.E. 20 Court 
Ives Stephen B. jr. 42 Court 
Ives & Lincoln, 42 Court 
JACKSON A. 47 Court 

JACKSON JOHN G. 47 Court 

Jacobs F. W. 20 State 
James George A. 2 Pemberton sq. 
Jennison Samuel, 4(> Wash. 
Jewell, Gaston, & Field, 3 Trem't 
Jewell Harvey, 5 Tremont 
Jewell WiUiam E. 5 Tremont 
Jewett D. J. M. A. 42 Court 
Johnson Eugene M. 51 Water, 

room 48 
Johnson Henry A. 27 Kilby 
Jones Arthur E. 5 Pemberton sq. 
TONES AUGUSTINE, 96 Wash- 
" ington 

Jones Leonard A. 13 Pemb. sq. 
Joy A. K. P. 81 Wash., room 21 
JuddC. P. 47 Court 
J^EITH JAMES M. 42 Court 

Kelly E. A. 81 Washington 
Kendall Robert B. 32 Pemberton 

square 
j^EYES C. G. 28 State, room 19 

Keyes S. F. 33 School, room 5 
Kilton J. F. .35 Court 
Kimball D. P. 81 Wash., room 3 
Kimball Edgar L. 20 Court 
King Francis L. 73 Congress 
King Geo. A. 13 Pemberton sq. 
King John G. 27 State 
Kingsbury Aaron, 7 Court square 
Kingsbury Geo. II. 50 Congress 
Kittredge Charles F. 2 Pemberton 

square 
Kittredge Frank W. 33 School, 

room 6 
Knapp O. S. 7 Court square 
J^NOWLTON H. M. 42 Court 

Knowlton T. 0. 25 Tremont row 

Knowles Isaiah jr. .32 Washington, 
room 13 

Lamson A. W. 33 School, room U 

Lathrop John, 13 Pemberton sq. 

Lathrop, Abbott, & Jones, 13 Pem- 
berton sq. 

Lincoln Arthur, 2 Pemberton sq. 

Lincoln C. S. 15 Pemberton sq. 

Lincoln Solomon ir. 42 Court 

Linscott D. C. 41 State, room G 

Lippitt F. J. 80 State, room 30 

Livermore Thomas L. 10 Devon- 
shire 

Locke J. 3" Tremont 

Lombard R. T. 15 Pemberton sq. 

Long John D. 2U Court 

Lord Henry D. 19 Court 

Lord J. Brown, 33 School, room 24 



Lord Thomas, 25 Kilby 
Loring C. W. 17 Pemberton sq. 
r ORING E.B., Probate building, 
-'-' Court square 
Loring E. 1). 12 Maverick sq. 
Loring Francis C. 17 Pemb. sq. 
J^ORING JOHN A. 5 Tremont 

T OTHROP T. K. 2 Pemberton 

•^ square 

Lovering C. T. 42 Court 

Lund Rodney, 4(i Court 

Lunt Henry, 13 Pemberton sq. 

T YNDE & ABBOTT, 68 Corn- 

•^ hill 

]Yf ACNAMARA M. H. 17 Pern- 

" berton sq. 

Maguire Thomas F. 13 Court sq. 

Mahan J. W. 12 Tremont 

Maine Lebeus C. I'iO Tremont 

Mason David II. 20 Court 

Mason Edward H. 2(J Court 

Mason Lvman, 20 Court 

Mason ^. N. 21 Old State House 

Blather II H. 39 Old State House 

May John Wilder, 7 Court square 

Maynadier James E. 33 School, 

room 23 
McCartney Wm. H. 7 Court sq. 

room 12 
McCleary Samuel F., City HaU 
Mclntire Charies J. 96 Wash. 
McKeever Henry F. 46 Court 
McKim John W. 15 Pembe tonsq. 
McLeod A. J. 3 Tremont row 
Merrill A. B. 47 Sears huilding 
]V[ERRILL MOODY, 16 Pem- 
■^■^ berton square 
Merwin Elias, 40 State, room 25 
Miller Geo. H. 27 Court 
Millett J. H. .33 School 
Minot Wm. 39 Court, room 8 
Minot William, jr. .39 Court, r'm 8 
Minot William .^d, 39 Court, r'm 8 
Montgomery Hugh, 32 Sears bldg. 
Morey B. .33 Scliool, room 3 
Morrill George, 47 Court, room 6 
Morris Robert, 46 School, rooms 

C and 7 
Morrison F. 20 State 
Morse Bushrod, 33 School, room S 

MORSE GEORGE W. 5 Court 
and 12.3 Dudley 
Morse Horace E. 2i Tremont row 
Morse I. S. & G. A. 12 Pemberton 

square 
Morse Nathan, 35 Court 
Morse John T. jr. 16 Pemberton 

square 
Jlorse R. M. jr. 7 Court square 
Morse Sidney B. .39 Court 
Morse, Stone, & Greenough, 7 

Court square 
Morton Edwin, 33 School, room L 
Morton Elias W. 20 State 
Morton Francis T. 40 State, r'm 28 
Mosebach Fred O. 35 Court 
Molte E. L. 39 Kilby 
Moulton B. C. 23 Court 
Mowry O. B. 22 School 
A,! ULLIN GEO. H. 11 Peraber- 

ton square 
Munroe Francis J. 12 Maverick sq. 

and 81 Washington, room 5 
Munroe William A. 35 Court 
Muzzey Henry W. 7 Court sq. 
Nash Stephen G. 9 Merchants row 
Nettleton E. P., U. S. Court Ho. 
Newell Robert R. 13 Pemberton 

square 
Newton J. L. 35 Studio building 
Nichols B. W. 40 State 
Nichols J. L. 10 State 
Nichols & Owen, 2(J State, room 6 
Nickerson John A. 28 Devonshire 
Nickerson Joseph, 28 Devonshire 
Noble John, 32 Pemberton square 
Norris G. W. .50 Congress 
Norton M. 47 Court 
Noyes Amos, 7 Pemberton sq. 
Noyes Chas. J. 1 Pemberton sq. 
Noyes George D. 20 State 
]SJ OYES SAMUEL B. 96 Wash- 
-^ ington, room 12 
Nutter C. C. 15 Pemberton square 
Nutter T. F. 15 Pemberton square 
QLNEY R. 9 Pemberton sq. 

Osgood L. W. 34 School, room 7 
Otis Albert B. 96 Washington 
Otis Edmund B. 13 Pemberton sq. 
Otis George E. 13 Pemberton sq. 
Paine H. W. 32 Pemberton sq. 
Paine Robert Treat, jr. 42 Court 
pALFKEY FRANCIS W. 13 
-*- Exchange 

Park Geo. W. 4«j Court, room 11 
Park John C. 15 Pemberton sq. 
Parker Aurelius D. 20 Court 
Parker Francis Edward, 42 Court 
Parker H. G. 46 Washington 
Parker Wm., over Boylstou rakt. 



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Lawyers— contimied. 
Parker Wm. M. 28 State 
Parks N. Austin, 30 Court 
Parmenter William E. 19 Court 
Patfee Chas. H. 33 School, room 27 
Payne Charles F. 33 School, r'm V 
Pearson Robert W. 27 Merchants 

Exchanse 
Pelt on F. W. 12 Pemberfon sq. 
Perkins W. E. 10 Devonshire 
pERRY B. E. 30 Court 

Perry Francis A. 3G Old State Ho. 
Phillips C. A. 30 Court 
Phillips George Wm. 7 Court eq. 
PhiUips Stephen H. 30 Court 
Phillips Wendell, 50 Essex 
Pickering James F. 34 Old State 

House 
Pickerinc J. Wiuthrop, 35 Old 

State House 
Pierce E. H. 30 Court 
Pierce Edwin L. 15 Old State Ho. 
Pike Charles E. 18 Pemberton sq. 
piLLSBURY ALBERT £. 81 
■*■ Washington, room 14 
Pinkerton J. M. 27 State 
Piper Geo. F. 7 Court sq. room 15 
Pond Benj. 17 Old State House 
Poor Geo. H. 11 Pemberton square 
Powers Charles Edward, 27 Tre- 

mont row 
pRATT C. E. 2 Pemberton sq. 

Pratt E. Granville, 255 Broadway, 

and 5(i2 Washington 
Prescott F. A. 15 Pemberton sq. 
Preston James W. 149 A Tremont 
Prince Frederick O. 30 Court 
Proctor Thos. Parker, 32 Pember- 
ton s.iuare 
Proctor, Warren, & Brigham, 32 

Pemberton square 
Putnam Geo. jr. 27 Court 
Quincy Josiah, 2 Hamilton place 
QuincV Samuel M. 2 Hamilton pi. 
p^ANX) EDW. S. 30 Court 

pAND EDW. S. Jr. 30 Court 

Randall Otis Gray, 31 Wash. 

Ranney A. A. 35 Court 

Rantoul R. S.32 Pemberton square 

room 15 
Read C. C. 27 State 
Redfield, Herrick, & Millett, 33 

School 
Redfield Isaac F. 33 School, room 3 
Reed C. M. 31 Pemberton square 
Reed Chester I. 41 State 
Reed Geo. M. 27 Court 
Reed Isaac G. 13 Court square 
Reed Joseph W. 7 Court square 
Reed & Bullard,41 State 
Rice Fitz H. 40 State, room 31 
piCH GILES H. 27 Guild row 

Richards G. H. 16 Pemberton sq. 
Richardson Abijah, 13 Court sq. 
Richardson D. E. 13 Court sq. 
Richardson 1. W. & I. N. 68 Corn- 
hill 
Richardson J. B. 20 Court 
Richardson S. H. .36 Washington 
Richardson T. F. 35 Court 
Richardson Wm. A. 5 Tremont 
Riley Thomas, 13 Court sq. 
Ritchie Harrison, 30 Court 
Robh James B. 25 Bromfleld (in 

patent cases) 
Roberts Geo. L. 34 School, room 7 
Roberts Reuben L. 34 School, 

room 7 
Robinson A. J. 32 Pemberton sq. 
Robinson Charles, jr. 13 Court sq. 

room 11 
Rogers H. M. 42 Court 
Rogers Joseph P. 20 Court 
Rollins J. W. 89 Washington 
pOPES JOHN C. 4 Pemberton 

square 
Ross Samuel J. 803 Washington 
Ruffin Geo. L. 12 Tremont 
puss A. 15 Pemberton square 

Russell Chas. 7 Pemberton sq. 
PUSSELL C. T. & T. H., and H. 
■^'' W. SUTER, 27 State 
Safford Nathaniel F. 27 State 
Sanborn Edward W. 9 State 
gANFORD B. 48 State 

CANFORD JOS. B. 33 School, 

room 21 
gANFORD & GREENE, 33 

School, room 21 (see p. 658) 
Sanger Geo. P., Sears building 
Sargent H. B. .30 Court 
Saunders Caleb, 42 Court 
Saunders Charles G. 42 Court 
Saunders Daniel, jr. 42 Court 
Saunders D. C. & C. G. 42 Court 



Sawyer F. W. 20 Court 
Sawyer J. A. 42 Court 
Sawyer & jlppleton, 20 Court 
gCAMMON GEO. S. 7 Court sq. 

Schouler James, 39 Kilby , and 515 

Seventh, Washington, D. C. 
Schouler & Motte, 39 Kilby, and 
515 Seventh, Washington, D. C. 
Scott A. E. 7 Court sq., room 17 
Scudder Henry A. 13 Pemberton 

square 
Searle Geo. W. 70 Tremont 
Sears Philip H. 13 Pemberton sq. 
Sedgwick A. G. 39 Court, room 9 
Sennot Geo. 46 School, room 4 
G E W A L L SAMUEL E. 46 
^ Wasliington 
gHATTUCK GEO. O. 35 Court 

Shaw Lemuel, 27 State 
UHAW ROLAND C. 13 Cox 
^ building 

Shaw Samuel S. 13 Pemberton sq. 
Shea T. F. 33 School, room 7 
Sheldon Henry N. 27 Tremont row 
Shepard Edward O. 5 Tremont 
Shimmin Chas F. 5 Pemberton sq. 
Simmons W. A. 7 Court square 

room 29 
Simpson Wm. H. 46 Washington 
Sinclair Albert T. 20 Court 
Sleeper G. L. 7 Court sq. 
Slocum Wm F. 13 Pemberton eq. 
Slocum & Staples, 13 Pemberton 

square 
Smith Chauncy, 5 Pemberton sq. 
Smith Emory B. 33 School, r'm 1 
Smith Henry Hyde, 15 Old State 

House 
Smith H. Farnham, 5 Pember- 
ton square 
Smith V. B. jr. 27 Guild row 
Smith Robert D. 32 Pemberton sq. 
Smith & Bates, 5 Pemberton sq. 
QMITU & FULLER, 27 Guild 
^ row 

Snow Samuel, 17 Pemberton sq. 
Sohier Wm. 121 Wash., room 6 
Sohier & Welch, 9 Tremont 
GOMERBY G. A. 20 Old State 
^ House 

Spaulding John, 32 Pemberton sq. 
Spoftord R. S. jr. 27 Tremont row 
Sprague Henry H. 32 Pemberton 

square 
Squire J. Rollin M. 30 Court 
Stackpole J. L 2 Pemberton sq. 
Stacy Melville, 27 Court 

Stanchfield A. G. 5 Pemberton sq. 

Standish Wm. 42 Court 

Staples H. B. 13 Pemberton sq. 

Stetson John G., U. S. Court Ho. 

Stevens Henry J. 19 Court 

Stevens Munroe, 81 Wash., room 9 

Stevens Oliver, .30 Court 

Stevens Wm. B. 7 Court sq. 

Stockton Howard, 4 Pemberton 
square 

Stone R. jr. 7 Court sq. 

Storey Chas. W. 7 Court sq. 

Storey Moorfleld, 7 Court square, 
room 19 

Storrow James J. 40 State, room 25 

CTORY ISAAC, 33 School. 

^ room 13 

Sfratton Chas. E. jr. 27 Tremont 
row 

Stubbe Wm. H. 81 Wash., room 21 

Sumner James, 34 School 

Suter H.W. 27 State 

Swan Wm. W. 5 Pemberton sq. 

Sweetser I. Homer, 69 Sears bldg. 

GWEETSER (THEODORE H.) 

►-* & GARDNER (WM. S.) 27 
Tremont row 

Teele J. O. 7 Court square 

Terry H. B. 42 Court 

tTHACHEB PETER, 14 Fem- 
-^ berton square, room 1 

q^HACHEB STEPHEN,14 Pem- 
-"- berton square, room 1 

rpHAXTEK DAVID, 13 Ex- 
■"■ change 

rpHAYER JAMES B. 27 Court 

Thomas B. F. 9 Pemberton sq. 
Thomas C. G. 20 Court 
Thomas J. B. F. 46 Court 
Thomas Seth J. 46 Court 
Thompson Lucian B., U. S. Court 

House 
Thompson R. H., V. S. Court H. 
Thomson James D. 33 School 
Thorndike Chas. 4 Pemberton sq. 
Thorndike John L. 27 Tremont r. 
rpiIORNDIKE S. L. 2 Peraber- 

ton square 
Thornton J. Wingate, 20 Court 
Tirrell C. CJ. 20 Court 
Titus John W. 4(> Court, room 16 
Tobey Gerard C. 40 State 



Tonipson Edward W. E. 47 Court 
Tompson Samuel, 47 Court 
Torrey Calvin, 15 Pemberton sq. 
Tower J. A. 10 Devonshire 
Towne Truman B. 15 Pemberton 

square 
Towne Wm. H. 62 Wash. 
fTRAIN CHARLES R. 7 Court 
■*- square, room 6 and 7 
Treadwell J. P. 39 Court, room 10 
Tripp Geo. H. 33 Court 
TiUCKER P. E. 51 Water 

Turner (Charles W.) and Cheney 

(H. R.) 13 Court sq. 
Tuttle Charles W. 25 Bromfleld 
Tuxbury Geo. W. 19 Court 
Tyndale Theodore H. 15 Pember- 
ton square 
Upton E. A. 9 Merchants row 
U. S. Law Association and Collec- 
tion Union, 22 School, room 10 
Van Duzee Ira D. 7 Pemberton sq. 
Vinton Alfred C. 27 Court 
WADSWORl'H ALEX. F. 9 
' ' R. R. Exchange 
Wakefield L. H. 7 Court sq. 
Wakefield Thomas L. 41 State 
Walcott Chas. F. 30 Court 
Walker Henry, 42 Court 
Walker Henry W. 23 Court 
Walley W. P. 40 State 
Wardwell Henry, 35 Court 
Ware D. E. 16 Pemberton sq. 
^ARE GEO. W. Jk. 46 Court 

Ware Horace E. .33 School, room M 
Ware & Morse, 16 Pemberton sq. 
Warner A. E. 20 Court 
WARREN G. WASHING- 

'^* TON, 42 Court 
Warren William W. 32 Pemb. sq. 
Warren Winslow, .35 Court 
Washburn A. C. 40 State 
Washburn B. Davis, 46 Court 
Way John M. 56 Washington 
Webb Chas. U. 28 Devonshire 
Welch Wilson J. 31 Devonshire 
Wellington Ambrose, 80 Wash. 
W ellineton Asa, -1 Wash, room 11 
WASHINGTON HIRAM, 31 

' Exchange 
Wells H. J. 13 Pemberton square 
Wells Samuel, 31 Pemberton sq. 
Welsh Edward J. 46 Court 

■yy'ENTWORTH A.B. 30 Court 

Wentworth S. H. 81 Wash, r'm 16 
Weston Thomas,jr. 46 Wash. 
WHEELER A. S. 20 Court 

WHEELER CHAS. 30 Court 

Wheeler Jesse F. 12 School 
Wheelwright A. C. 15 Mt. Vernon 
White De Witt C. 47 Congress, 

room 8 
White George, 5 Tremont 

WHITE GUILFORD, 22 
School 

Whiting & Russell, 35 Court 

Whitman J. H. 89 Court 

Whitman Wm. D. A. 17 Pember- 
ton square 

Whitteniore E. S. 7 Court square 
room 8 

Wiggin Andrew, 46 Court 

Wiggins John H. 7 Court square, 
room 16 

Wightman J. M. 33 School, r'm 12 

Wiilard Joseph, 33 School, room 8 

Willey & Fitz, 20 Court 

Williams Chas. F. 13 Court sq. 

Williams Moses, jr. 5 Tremont 

WILLIAMSON W. C. 46 
Court 
WTLLIAMSON & DERBY, 46 
''' Court 

Wilson A. P. 25 Tremont row 
WILSON JOHN T. 14 Tremont 

Wilson Thomas, 22 Tremont row 
Wood D. W. 36 Washington 
TXTOODBURY & INGALLS, 28 

''• State 

Woodman Horatio, 37 Court sq. 
Woodside Franklin, 1 Pemberton 

square 
WRIGHT CARROLL D. 12 

*"' School 
Wright Edwin, Registry of Deeds 

building 
Wright Isaac Hull, 62 Wash. 
WRIGUr JAMES J. 17 Pem- 

'' berton sq. room 7 
Wyman Isaac C. 33 School, r'm B 

I^eachine A.pparatuB. 

Emery F. W. 191 Congress 

Ulead. (Rtd and White.) 
pORBETT A. O. 13 Battery- 
^ march (see page 642) 



Gas Fixtures at W'^^^^llir' 369 ^«"et"" R. H 



or.r.ixes <fc co 

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187 



lieail Encased Block 
Tin Pipe. 

BOSTON 1-EAD CO., J. H. 
Chudwick & Co. agents, 49 
Broad (see page OS'.)) 

Iieacl Pipe and Sheet 
r^ead. 

ROSTON LEAD CO., J. H. 

" Chadwick & Co., agents, 49 
Broad, and S\vetf,cor. Hamp- 
den (sec page (5811) 

T ISSBERGEK A. K. 145 and 147 

■'-' North 

CTONE HENRY N. 132 Com- 

^ mercial (see page (!95) 

l.eather Belting. 

(See also Belting.) 
rjLAKK A. N. & CO. (manuf.) 99 
^ Water, and 61 Kilbj- (see page 

G93) 
Domsev & Legrow, 48 Hanover 
UOLMES & BLANCHARD, G 
-'-'- Haymarket so. (see page BO") 
fJUNT, TWITCHELL, & CO. 
■^ iir Devonshire (see page G98) 
J^ING CHAS. W. 5U Congress 

King & Adams, 22 Milk 
VI AY & CO. 1 Broad (see inside 
■"^ hack cover) 
JJAGE E. F. & CO. 4G Congress 

WEI'CH & GRIFFTHS, 145 

^^ and 147 Federal (see p. (J88) 
ASriLSON J. W. & CO. 79 and J 

^^ ,S1 Haverhill 



\\7"00DS S. A. & CO. C7 Sud- 
' ^ bury 

Leather Board. 

^ARWOOD J. A. & N. 85 Milk 

CAMPSON EDWIN H., High, 

^ cor. Federal 

CAMPSON & PLATT, 19 Ex- 

^ change 

^ILDER & CO. lOG Congress 

Kieather Dealers. 

(See also Boots and Shoes, also 

Hides.) 
Adams A. H. & Co. Ill High 
Adams, Lowe, .S: Newton, i3 High 
Ames R. W. & Son, 45 High, fac- 
tory 32 Ruggles (patent en 
ameled) 
Atherton, Stetson, & Co. 34 Pearl 
Banchor G. P. 23 High 
Bartholmez J. G. & Co. 97 High 
Baxter L. & Co. 7 Union 
Beebe I.,ueius, 74 Pearl 
Bernard B. 2 Pearl St. House 
Billings Horace & Son, 65 and 67 

Hig£ 
Bishop C. J. & Co. 1.38 & 140 Pearl 
Blake, Higbee, & Co. 18 and 20 

High 
Brackett Josiah & Co. 167 Pearl 
Brackett J. D. 3 Matthews 
JJKOOKS & YOUNG, 58 Pearl 

Brown & Caller, TO High 
Bryant & King, 159 Pearl 
Burbnnk A. <J. 128 Pearl 
Capen E. A. & Co. llnrPearl 
Child JJr. 115 High (linings) 
Child Wm. C. 61 High 
Claflin & Co. 8.3 Pearl 
Clapp Benj. & Co. 89 Pearl 
Clark Edward, 94 High 
Cobb B. 100 High 
Cobb I. B. 71 Kilby 
fjOLBURN ISAAC & CO. 112 

Summer 
Conn H. & Co. 112 and 114 High 
Connolly John H. & Co. 20 Pearl 
Corey E. W. & Co. 223 and 225 

Congress 
Cox & Nichols. 5 Liberty sq. 
Crane J. P. & Co., KKI Pearl 
Cumniings E. & Co. 7 an'l 9 High 
Cummings Francis. 41 High 
Cnmmings J. jr. & Co. 9.1 Pearl 
Cummings J. O. & Co. KJ High 
Davis Bros. & Co. 99 High 
Day, Wilcox, & Co. 80 & 82 High 
Dickerman & Robinson, 97 High 
Dow Stephen & Co. 8 High 
Downing Edward & Co. 94 Pearl 
Dwyer & Barrett, 139 Summer 
Dyar Smith, 3 Pearl Uiniug) 
EllioitL. W.181 Congress 
Faxon E. & >I. 129 Piarl 
Faxon Geo. (linings). 111 High 
Farweil H. B. & Co. l.!0 Pearl 
Fornald & Daniels, High, c. Fed'l 
Foley B. & A. 50 Hi»h 
Forness Edward & Co. 86 Pearl 



Foss .John F. & Co. 53 Blackstone, 

and 54 North 
Foster & Molineux, 80 High 
Gale Milton & Co. 258 Congress 
Gay, Dana, & Co. 64 High 
Gill Geo. II.'. High 
Ginn Daniel A. & Co. 177 Congress 
Goodnow L. (sheepskins), 56 High 
Gove Geo. G. 50 High 
Guild Chester & Sons, 107 Milk 
Guild, White, & Co. 194 Congress 
Hadley, White, & Co. 1.33 Congress 
Harding J. C. & Co. 100 Pearl 
Harrington & Cummings, 93 Pearl 
Harwood D. & Co. 17 Pearl 
J4 ARWOOD J. A. & N. 85 Milk 

TJAYDEN & BALCOM, George 
E. Davis, agent. 1 Pearl Street 
House (artificial) 
CTENSHAW EDWARD & CO. 
■*-•- 92 Milk (and findings) 
Hill & Brown,. 35 High 
Hitchcock & Archer, 165 Pearl 
Holbrook E. T. & Co. 72 Purchase 
Holmes Charles M. 183 Congress 
Hood & Emerson, 81 High 
JJOPKINS G. J. 116 Pearl 

How Calvin & Co. 147 Pearl 
Howe, Living, & Co. 48 High 
Hubbard & Blake, 92 High 
Hull E. B. & Co. 62 High 
Humphrey Albert, lOii Pearl 
Hunt E. S. 44 High 
Ireson .1. & Sons, 3 Pearl 
James, Pope, & James, 110 High 
"ARVIS W. E. 29 HiiverhiU 



Johnson D. & Co. 4.3 High 
Johnson & Tewksbury, 28 Pearl 
Jones Isaac H. 161 Pearl 
Jones J. M. & Co. 104 Pearl 
Keith C. E. & Co. 100 Pearl 
Kennan, French, & Co. 41 High 
Kidder F. H. & Co. 14.3 Pearl 
iriNNEY. GALLAGHER, & 
•■^ CO. 143 Summer 
Kuowlton G. P. & Co. 114 High 
J^ANE, PIERCE, & CO. 63 High 

Lear Peter, 5 Washington (cha- 
mois and druggists') 
Learoyd A. P. (finisher), .58 High 
Lewis James & Co. 18 Pearl 
Lincoln J. L. 167 Pearl (basement) 
Linnell, Parker, & Co. 75 High 
Lord J. A. & Wm. S. 9 High 
Low Hersey & Co. 27 and 20 High 
Low J. W. 27 and 29 High 
Mahonev Jeremiah, 79 Pearl 
Mallar.r& Butler, .36 Pearl 
Mansfield E. A. 96 and 98 High 
Marsh Brothers, 73 High and 5G 

Purcha.se 
Marston H. P. & Co. 153 Congress 
Maxwell J. 135 Congress 
McConnell & Gardner, 94 High 
Merritt F. S. 13 High 
Messer A. A. 181 Congress 
Moore Perlcy D. & Co. 195 Con- 
gress 
MuUer Wm. jr. 227 Congress 
Nash A. P. &'Co. 66 High 
Newhall F. S. & Sons, 19 Elm and 

22 Brattle square 
Nichols, McKendry, & StoweIl,21 

High 
Nichols, Lovejoy, & Co. 163 Pearl 
Nichols & Dalton, 177 Congress 
Osborn F. jr. & Co. 100 Pearl 
Osborn George P. & Co. 10.3 Milk 
Osborn Jacob, 181 Congress 
Otis & Bragdon, 84 High 
PAGE E. F. & CO. 46 Congress 
■^ (factoiy) 
Paiee C. E.Jr. 13 Pearl 
PerVms C. C. 3 Pearl (sheepskins) 
Perkins H. J. 212 Congress (com.) 
Perry, Cutter, & Co. 28 High 
PEVEAR & CO. 83 Milk, (Mo- 
•^ rocco, sheep and calfskins) 
Poland B. F. 44 Hanover 
Pollard S. O. & Co. 60 High 
Porter C. B. 169 Congress 
Pratt E. B. & Co. 113 High 
Priest & Albree, 227 and 229 Cong. 
Procter Thos. E. 206 Congress 
Quirin & Edwards, 109 and 111 

Pearl 
Rand II. C. & Co. 45 Merchants 

row 
Randall J. A. 143 Pearl 
Reitenbach Bros. & Mink, 78 High 
Richardson, Doyle, & Co. 108 High 
Rose & Walker, 84 High 
Sawyer W. & E. 40 High 
Shaw F. & Brother, 69 High 
Shaw, Taylor. & Co. .sOand 82 Pearl 
Sheriff Ezra, 118 High 
Skinner James & Co. 90 High 
U MITH EDWIN E. 24 Exchange 



Snow Bros. & Durgin, 118 High 
Snow Simeon & Co. 95 High 
Southwick P. R. 162 Pearl 
Stackpole R. M. 161 Pearl 
Sternfielri A. & Bros. r,2 & 54 High 
Stimpson J. C. 61 High 
Stimpson & Pliulan, 01 High 
Swasey E. R. & Co. 25 High 
Thompson B. F. & Co. 83 High 
Tidd Wm. & Co. 11 High 
Tillson & Co. 104 Milk 
Turner L. A. 40 Higli 
Tuttle Wm. 91 High 
Underbill O. H. 11 High (commis- 
sion) 
Varnev, Haskell, & Co. 210 Cong. 
Viall John, 145 Pearl 
Waitt A. 4.3 High (morocco) 
Wal.linver P. & Co. 80 High 
WAL^S GEO. W. 141 Summer 

Webster & Co. SO Milk 
Wescott Stephen & Son, 85 High 
West & Valois, 102 Union 
Whall S. J. & Co. .37 High 
Wheeler & Claflin, 83 Pearl 
White A. L. & Co. 171 Congicss 
WHITE BROS. & KILUURN, 
'' 145 Summer (see page 665) 
Williams Seth, 141 Summer 
Winn, Eaton, & Co. 4.3 High 
Winslow Bros. 84 High (sheep- 
Woodman Pebbling Machine Co. 
85 Devonshire (patent pebble) 

Iieather Dressing. 

■DROWN B. F. & CO. 1.35 Ful- 
-'-' ton (see page 080) 

Iieather Goods Mannf. 

Spencer John, 40 Hanover.room 43 
Iieather Measurers. 

Braadon Wm. & Son, .36 Pearl and 
107 High 
r.eather Splitting. 

TIOMER GEO. .30 Medford and 

-"■ 61 Beverly 

fieather Splitting 
Knives. 

Ryerson E. & Son, Kemble, near 
Hampden 

lieather Stuffing. 

OYES PERSON, 47 India (see 

page 694) 
liecture Bureaus. 

American Literary Bureau, U9 

Washington 
Boston LyceuraBureau,36 Bromf d 

I^eeches. (Foreign.) 

Daley Elizabeth A. 21 Warrenton 

Ijeggings. 

QTEARNS A. M. & CO. 89 
•^ Court (see page t'M) 

lietter Cutter. 

QPEAR WM. F. »4 School 

^libraries. 

American Academy of Arts and 
Sciences, at Athenffium, Beacon 
AmericanCongreeational Associa- 
tion, 40 Winter 
Athenaeum, Beacon, n. Bowdoin 
Austin Louisa, 169 Meridian 
Boston Library, 18 Boylston 
Boston Society of Natural Histo- 
ry, Berkeley, cor. Boylston 
Central Circulating Library, 6 

Hamilton place 
City Library, Boylston st. (free) 
Dorchester Athenseum Library, 

Pleasant, cor. Ci'ttage. ward 16 
Fletcher's F. 1507 Washington (cir- 
culating) 
General Theological, 12 West 
Halliday's 143 Wash, (circulating) 
Law Library, 14 Court House 
Lee C. M. 2;57 Hanover (select) 
Lindsey Geo. W. 1031 Wash. 
Liscom Levi, 6;35 Treraont (circu- 
lating) 
Loring Select Library, 20.5 Wash. 
Low A. F. 55 Meridian, E.B. (cir- 
culating) 
Mass. Historical Society, 30 Tre- 

mont 
Mass. Horticultural Society, Tre- 

mont, cor. Bromfield 
Mass. New Church Free Library 
and Reading Room, 2 Hamilton 
place 
Mattapan Librory, Park, cor. Ex- 
change, ward 16 
Mechanic Apprentices, Chauncy 
cor. Avon 



N^ 



rrClG! fH-n-rrCka *las Heaters, Gas Flat Irons, A.pparatns for GAS for numerous 
VXaa OtUVeS) purposes, K. HULl^l.^GS & Co., 369 Waslilnston Street. 



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Libraries— continued. 

Medical, 36 Temple place 

Mercantile, 32 Summer 

New England Historic Genealogi- 
cal Society, 17 Bromfield 

Roxbury Athenaeum, 27 Guild 
row 

Social Law Library, 14 Court Ho. 

Sumner, 6 Winthrop block, E.B. 

■Walker's, 2 Hamilton pi. (circu- 
lating) 

Wiston J. H., Central eq., corner 
Saratoga 

Young Men's Christian Associa- 
tion, Tremont Temple 

lifshtniUB Rods. 

QRCUTT W. A. 65 Cornhill 

Xtinie aud Sand. 

"DISPHAM J.F., Commercial op. 

-•^ Parker, ward 16 

Bolton J. W. 5l'4 Commercial 

Brigham & Piper, 2.M Federal 

Cobb Ume Co. 75 State 

Cook, Jordan, & Morse, Albany, 

foot of Maiden, and 1195 Wash. 
Crafts Henry & Son, '28 Dorchester 

avenue 
■PDMOND JAMES & CO., 394 
■^ Federal 

Gove A. & Son. 212 Border 
TJAM JOSEPH, Northampton, 
■'-'- cor. Albany 
Hobbs J. S. & Co. 14 Commercial 

and Milldam wharf 
13 OXIE T. W. & CO. 38 Long 
■■^ wharf 
Kent & Co. 88 Fulton 
McCarville James, 22 State 
Missisquoi Lime Co. 9 Central, E. 

H. Wade, treasurer 
Robbins J. & Co. 119 Sumner 
■ROBY D. & CO. 280 Causeway 

CHEPARD H. S. & CHESTER, 
^ Swett, foot of Northampton 

and 50 Congress (see p. 6.58 ) 
WALDO J. ADAN, 13 Liberty 

" sq. (see front colored page) 
"WELLINGTON A. C. & CO. 

'' '240 Federal 
XyiNOATE & FIELD, 198 

*'' Broad 
yOUNG & EMERSON, 75 State 

■*■ and 445 Commmercial 

3L<Inen Dose Mannfs. 
(JLARK JOHN, 50 Congress 

"VTEW ENG. LINEN HOSE 
-"•^ MANUF. CO., F. W. Claes- 
sens, treasurer, 179 Washing- 
ton (see front colored page) 

lilnen Thread Alanuf. 

AINSWORTH THOMAS, 66 
•^ Milk 

Ijinens, Dundee Ooods, 
<fee. 

Ewing, Wise, & Fuller, 59 Sum'r 

n.RISWOLD D. C. & CO. 164 

^-" and 166 Devonshire 

Kelly Thomas & Co. 14 Otis 

Litchfield C. C. 5 Otis 

Lowry Jl. & Co. (wholesale), 101 
Devonshire 

Mackintite, Lawrie, & Co. (whole- 
sale) 178 Devonshire 

Palmer, Jacobs, & Co. 230 Wash. 

Rogers Gorham, (iO Federal 

Spraguc Francis & Co. 11 Central 
(wholesale) 

Tappan J. U A. & Co. 87 Milk 
(wholesale) 

WYMAN & ARK LAY, 61 
' Summer 

liiues and Xvrines. 

UOTSFORD, HALL, & CO. 29 
•"-^ Hawley 

Holmes D. W. & Co. 7 Liberty sq. 
JJOSS, PEARCE, & CO. 60 Milk 

CAMPSON EDWIN H., High, 
*■-' cor. Federal 

CAMPSON & PLATT, 19 Ex- 
'~-' change 

CU.VER LAKE CO., H. W. 

^ Wellington , treas. 66 Chauncy 

(chalk, tlsh, railroad signal,&c. ) 

I<iquid Soap. 

^BBOTT'S 41 India whf. 

^ARREN H. M. 3 Liberty sq. 

lilqnor Sealers' Olass 
Ware. 

IVTUNROE A. B. Jr. 68 Con- 
■'- gress (see page 659) 



lilquor Ware. 

T YNDEBORO GLASS CO 49 
•^ India (wine bottles, flasks, 
and demgohns) 

lilquors, Wlnest <fec. 

State Commissioner for Massachu- 
setts. 
Brodhead J. A. 22 Custom House 

street 
State' Commissioner for Jf. H. 
Lauten Albert F. 119 Broad 

Wholesale. 
Adams & Taylor, 115 Broad 
Andrews E. J. 25 Congress 
Atkins H. & Co. 37 and 38 South 

Market 
Banchor.Tohn F. & Co. 106 Broad 
T3 ARRETT CHAS. B. 45 North 
■■-* Market 

Bennett & Walsh, 118 Lincoln 
Bickford Ira H. 61 Clinton 
Bixbv W. & Co. 116 Blackstone 
Bianchard G. B. & Co. 16 Blacks'e 
Bodfish H. M. & Co. 23 Haverhill 
Bradford R. B. .53 Elm (up stairs) 
Bray T. C. 21 Central wharf 
Brintnall Norman Y. 105 State 

BROWN & HAYES, 121 & 123 
Broad 
Brown & Son, 66 Sudbury 
Brown & Yenetchi, 20 Exchange 
Burbank J . & Co. 6 India 
Burgess, Faxon, & Co. 201 Federal 
Burke John, 16H Blackstone 
Burrough P. O. 72 Broad 
Cain W. J. & Co. 24 City wharf 
Campbell James & Co. 985 Tremt 
Canny P. 441 to 443 Hanover 
Carney & Co. 307 Federal 
Caron Eugene, 11 City Hall ave. 
Casey .Morris F. 84 W. Dedham 
PASSIDY JOHNE. 11 Central 
^ wharf 

Chandler Beni. 160 Commercial 
nLAPPGEO. P. 9 and 11 Cam- 
^ bridge (see page 669) 
Cochran S. Q. & Co. 6 Cfong. sq. 
Cole M. J. & Co. 11 Central whf. 
POLLINS JAS. & CO. 133, 154, 
'-' and 158 Beach 
C'lOOLEY DANIEL, 31 and 38 
'-' Central whf. 

Coughlan Thomas & Co. 587 Har- 
rison avenue 
Crockett C. G. & Co. 105 State 
Demarest J. INI. agent, .33 Central 
"DEVEREAUX & MESERVE, 
-'-' 62 Broad 

DOHERTY M. & CO. 73 Endi- 
cott, 319 North, and 130 Knee- 
land 
Dubuc J. P. P. 3 Central 
J)UDLEY & CO. 67 Kilby 

Dunbar T. J. & Co. 70 Broad, and 

613 Washington 
T)YER S. IST jr. 17 Central whf. 

Farrell M. & Co. 95 Haverhill 
Farwell & Reed, 86 Commercial 
Fern O. L. 131 Blackstone 
Flagg D. F. & Co. 165 Blackstone 
P ORD J. 156 and 158 Federal 

French T. & W. B. 26 Exchange 
Gassett Charles B. 157 Blackstone 
piBSON JOHN'S SON & CO. 
^ 121 and 123 Broad 
Goldsmith N. F. & Co. 6 Cent'l wf. 
Gorman Wm. 118 Broad 
Grant G. A. 116 Water and 2 

Cook's place 
n RAVES C. H. 35 Hawkins 

Greene & Co. 65 Kilby 

Huckins, Hunt, & Co. 36 North 
Market 

Johnson Earl W. 73 Water 

Johnson G. 46 Howard 

Jones, Young, & Co. 43 India 

Lauten A. F. 119 Broad, N. H. 
State Commissioner 

T AWRENCE D. & SONS, 127 to 

■L" 133 Broad 

Levin James F. & Co. 11 Brom- 
field (ale) 

Long D. J. & Co. 130 Lincoln 

MAHONEY & KIRWIN, 264 

-'■'■^ North (see pase 694) 

Maxwell E. H. 44 Broad 

IVIcCORMICK THOMAS, 20 

J-'-*- Fleet (see page 082) 

McDonoueh & Slavin, 85 Broad 

Mills D. T: & Co. 13 Central whf. 
(alcohol and French spirits) 

Minon M. G. 122 and 124 Knee- 
land 

IVrOONEY & KELLEY, 191 

-^'■'- Blackstone 



Moore C. C. & Co. 58 Broad 

O'BRIEN J. 50 Endicott, comer 
Cross, 43 S. Margin, 44 and 46 
Gouch 
O'Dea J. & Co. 13 John 
Q'DONNELL P. 72 Endicott 

Osgood & Magrath, 37 India 
Otis Wm. C. 100 State 
Paige E. & Co. 43 & 44 N. Market 
Patten James & Co. 227 State 
Pecker Seth E. & Co. 39 Comm'cial 
Peirce C. T. & Co. 156 Blackstone 
PERKINS & STERN, 108 Tre- 
■^ mont (California wines) 
Pierce Geo. B. & Co. 42 Central 
Philbrook & Tucker, 103 Black- 
stone 
pOTTER & FOSTER, Lincoln, 
■*■ cor. Kneeland 
pRESTON JOHN 162 State 
•^ (bourborn whiskey) 
PEAGAN M. F. & CO. 7 
■^ Albany 

Richards C. A. & Co. 99 Wash. 
Richards Isaiah D. & Sons, 87 

State 
Richardson Chandler R. & Co. 6 

Water 
■RIORDAN WM. 115 Haverhill 

Robinson T. W. & Bro. 9 Lindall 
_g^UGGLES H. N. 9 John 

Shattuck E. G. & Co. 31 Central 
Sherman Bros. & Co. 2.34 State 
Simmonds Geo. 9 Central wharf 
Smith J. D. & H. 55 and 57 Mer- 

rimac 
Smith T. L. 61 Clinton 
Snow T. & Son,. 38 F. Hall sq. 
Stearns C. N. & Co. 110 Lincoln 
Stevenson J. L. 2 F. H. square 
fpKACEY JOHN & CO. 85 Broad, 
-•■ 182 Pearl, N. Y. and 20 State, 

Albany 
■^ALKER A. W. 6 Cross 

WALSH JAMES, 17 and 18 
•' Charlestown 
WALSH MICHAEL, 174 
' ' Blackstone 
Weld A. H. 6 North Market 
Williams J. D. & M. 185 and 187 

State 
Wood, Pollard, & Co. 102 Broad 

Retail. 
Ackland Thomas, 4 India wharf 
Ahem D. 92 A 

Alden & Nickolson, 162 Comm'l 
Archambeau P. 281 Federal 
Armstrong H. 92 Charlestown 
Bacharch M. B. 93 Pleasant 
Bagley James, 61 Northampton 
Balfe Thomas, 117 Fourth 
Ballou G. F. 1240 Tremont 
Barry M. 58-3 Second 
Barry David, 80 South 
Barton Jabez W. 41 Congress 
Battis John, 50 Richmond 
Baxter James, 631 Harrison ave. 
Keller William, 374 Shawmut ave. 
Bellows & Harding, 31 North 

Market 
Bent J. 127 North 
Berry Charles C. 169 Liverpool 
Bird John, 1001 Tremont 
Bixby W. & Co. 116 Blackstone 
Bianchard R. N. 146 Fulton 
Boardman E. A. 20 Congress 
Blood & Raggio, 24 Brattle sq. 
Brackelt James, 283 Meridian 
Bradford R. B. 53 Elm 
Bradley & Wyman, 93 C 
Brady J. C. & Co. 161 Cambridge 
Brady Thos. E., Dover, n. Albany 
Brady Thos. F. 59 Fifth 
Brannan Patrick J. 85 Friend 
Breen Daniel, 392 Charles 
Brennan F. 49 South 
Brennan, Leonard, &Co. 415 Han- 
over 
Brewster Wilbur F. 96 Kneeland 
Brock U. 105 Court 
Brophy Thomas, 324 & 326 North 
Brown & Co. 106 Lincoln 
Buckley John, 1684 Washington 
Burbank J. & Co. 6 India 
Burge Joseph, 471 Commercial 
Burke & Moore, 20 Causeway 
Burley Charles, Dover, cor. Harr. 

avenue 
Burndrett Joseph, 102 Summer 
Butterlev John A. 56 Sumner 
Cahill John & Co. 152 Blackstone 
Caldwell James, 181 North 
Caliban Malachi, 1349 Tremont 
Campbell i\ 203 and 208 Dorch. 

avenue 
Campbell H. 12 Fleet 
Campbell John, 91 Richmond 
Campbell P. & Co. 90 A 



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189 



C 



Cnnfield J. % South 
PANNON AUSTIN, lOG Endi- 
^ cott 

Cannon Peter, 158 Endicott 
Cnnnv P. 374 llanoi'er 
Carr V. W. IL'S Haverhill 
Carroll M. iS Howard 
Carroll P. 12!i:i Tremont 
Carty James F. 1S18 Washington 
Carven Chris. & Co. 255 Broad 
Casev Wm. 224 Broadway 
nr-APP GEORGE P. n und U 
^ Cambridge (see pnge 6o!l) 
Clark Lewis, 130 Levirett 
Clayton Geo. A. 229 \..ifh 
Coean Patrick, 3 Indui wharf 
Cohen R. 129 Camln idge 
Collot H. 121 Cambridge 
nOl.LINS J. & CO. 133, 154, and 
^ 1.58 Beach, 82 South, aadj 2(;4 

Broadway 
Conlon John & Co. 134 Lincoln 
Connelly John. .",24 Federal 
Connelly M. II Eustis 
Cnnnors J. II. lUt Haverhill 
Cook James A. 120 Sumner, E.B. 
100I.EY DANIEL,31 & 38 Cen- 
^ tral wharf 
Cooncy & Saunders, .139 Federal 
Corcoran M. 98 South 
Coughlin Daniel, 31 Travers 
Coughlan Owen, 5 Way 
Cronun Dennis, 149 fourth 
Crosby William, 98 Water 
Crosby W. H. 22 Howard 
CuUen John, 33 North square 
Cumiiiings Chas. D. 343 Tremont 
Cumminfjs James, 1.38 Merrimac 
Cunaff Bernard & Co. 107 Hamp- 
den 
Curran Matthew, 258 Cabot 
Dukin Chas. AI., Sumner, corner 

Border 
Daley John C. 332 Federal 
Daly J. 79 South 

Davis H. W. & Co. I(i7 Haverhill 
Davis John, 1273 Tremont 
Davis J. T. & Co. 27 N. Market 
Davis & Gorman, 257 Broad 
Day Michael F. 22 Province 
Deacv D. 15 Fleet 
Dearborn J. S. & Co. 513 Hanover 

and 425 Commercial 
Decelle M. 142 Portland 
Denney Thomas J. 8 Boylston 
Derby & Young. 105 State 
Desmond Timothy, 304 Harr. ave. 
Dever H. 52 Endicott 
Devine James, 2t)'2 Fourth 
Devlin Patrick, 74 Endicott 
Dodge J. T. 128 Broadway 
~)OHERTYM. & CO. "73 Endi- 
cott, 319 North, and 1.30 
Kneeland 
Doherty Neil & Bros. 58 Endicott 
Dolan Edward, 124 Aloanv 
Dolan John, 77 Haverhill " 
Donaher Michael E. 22 Lancaster 
Donahy F. .332 Federal 
Donovan D. J. 1054 Tremont 
Donovan John B. 340 Federal 
Donovan M. H. 2S.S Harrison ave. 
Donovan Timothy, 1S2 Kneeland 
Dowd John, 55 Hampden 
Downing Mortimer, 86 Dorchester 

avenue 
Doyle Patrick, 498 Harrison ave. 
DriscoU M. J. 53 Long wharf 
Duffv Owen , 5 North square 
Dunbar T. J. & Co. 013 Wash. 
Durkee L. C. 91 Causeway 
Dyer & Simmons, CO Charles 
Eccaleston & Sullivan, 187 Broad 
Edwards E. S. 121 Dover 
Edwards Wm. G3 and 65 Cause- 
way 
Emerson Abner J. 2 Chapman pi. 
RNGELHARDT M. & CO. 81 

M''a8hington 
Ennis Ignatius & Son, SO Yeoman 
Fallen James O. .3!)0 Commercial 
Fay Thomas J. 452 Federal 
Fmn James H. 1(4 Prince 
Finneran T. 20 Warren 
Fitzgerald Anthony J., D, corner 

Bowers 
Fitzpatrick T.J. 121 Broadway 
Fitzpatrick & Callahan, 94 Endi- 
cott 
Flags Charles H. 4 Bedford 
Fjemini; John, 1013 Tremont 
Flynn Daniel F. 124 Broadway 
I lynn James J. Li)9 Federal 
Flynn John N. 1(>5 Eliot 
Foley D. 2!>2 Federal 
Foley Maurice, 172 Broad 
pORD J. M. 15U and 158 Federal 

Fobs A. H. & Co. 7} Bowdoin sq. 
Foster W. H. .35 Tremont 
Fox John J. 85<) .\lbanv 
Irancis John, 262 North 



D^ 



Franey Edward, 78 Miirginal 
French T. & W. B. 2(! Exchange 
Fu'ong Chas. & Co. 30 Brattle 
Guligan& Ilackett, Albany, cor. 

Dover 
Gallivan John J. 27 Albany 
Garrity M. 425 Hanover 
Garrity 'I'lmmas. 979 Harrison av. 
Garvey Peter, 2.5.S Sumner, E.B. 
Garvey Peter A. 42 Hanover 
Gassett L. I N. Market 
Gately Bernard E., Neponset ave., 

opp. hay scales, ward 10 
Gately Thomas, 1214 Tremont 
Gavin Patrick, ll)ii3 Harrison ave. 
Geraghtv M. 425 Hanover 
Gill E. 269 Commercial 
Glancy John, 104 Broad 
Ghisset J. F. 146 Dorch. ave. 
Going Geo. 83 Causeway 
Good Jolm, 10.'!6 Harrison avenue 
Goodfellow Edward, 203 Dorches- 
ter avenue 
Graham James, 124 Prince 
Gray & Fiiield, 244 Commercial 
Green William W. 62 Sumner 
Griffin Dennis, 1>52 Essex 
Hagerty Daniel, Dorch. ave., near 

Commercial, ward 16 
Haley Thomas. 95 Seventh 
Hammond & Howaid, llj Howr'd 
Haney P. Thomas, 16 Broadwav 
Hamilton James, 189 Friend 
Hanley P. T. 32 Kilby, and 17 

School 
Harding O. S. 54 Brattle 
Harkins James, 51 Endicott 
Harkins M. J. 55 Endicott 
Harlow Thomas, 1 So. Market 
Hart C. 296 North 
Hartmann M. 1!«2 Washington 
Hartnett Patrick, 47 Eustis 
Hastltine John R. 197 Wash. 
Haynes Albert G. C. 297 Harr. av. 

corner Castle 
Hayward H. A. 676 Washington 
Healy John, 172 Eliot 
Hennessy W. 124 Fourth 
Heron J. C. 160 Eliot 
Hill J. S. 63 Kneeland 
Hobart & Chandler, 16 State 
Holland D. J. 218 Broadway 
Holmes C. R. 203 Portland 
Horgan Daniel J. 621 B'way 
Houghton Chas. 163 North 
Howard .lohn, Broadway, cor I 
Howe Frank, 174 Friend 
Hughes E. 59 Eastern avenue 
Hnghes F. M. !K> Essex 
Hurley William, 124 Beach 
Inglis Thomas, 31 Tremont 
Jones John, 94 PortIa> d 
Jones W. H. & Co. 371 Comm'I, 

and 24 State 
Keefe Michael, 87 Albany 
Keefe Richard, Fourth, cor. B 
Keeler C. P. 1.53 Blackstone 
Keenan Thomas, 96 Alerrimac 
Kelley William, IW Prince 
Kenney Edward, 6 Station 
Kenuey J. W. 1280 Tremont 
Kenney Neil, 95 Charlestown, and 

1209 tremont 
Kirwin John, 163 North 
Knight H. T. & Co. 16s Comm'I 
Kennev T. 266 Nortidk avenue 
Lally J. P. & Son, 581 Harr. ave. 
Lambert D. P. HW Conmiercial 
Leur;^ T. J. 16 Tremont 
Leavitt James, 137 Dorch. ave. 
Lee James, 76 Lincoln 
Leen Michael, 1.50 Merrimac 
Lennon Nathaniel, 2 India whf. 
Leonard Christopher, 500 Com- 
mercial 
Limerick T. 2 India wharf 
Logan Bros & Clarke, 397 Harri- 
son ave., cor. Dover 
Lounder John, 54 Border 
T UTZ EDWARD & CO. 7 Brim- 
■'-' mer place 
Lynch Martin, Albany, c. Union 

Park 
Lyons II. M. 1.38 Cambridge 
Lyons M. 164 Merrimac 
Lyons Timothy, 1523 Tremont 
IVIadden Patrick, 626 Harrison av. 
Madden William, 654 Harr. ave. 
Maguire James, 1 Marginal 
Maguire P. 64 Pitts 
Maguire Thomas, 47 Border 
Mtther & Casey, 118 Kneeland 
Mahoney James, 346 Hanover 
Mahotiey J. 293 North 
TITAHONEY & KIKWIN, 264 
■^^ North (see page 6!)4) 
Mainwarring John H, 1925 Wash. 
Malone Edward, 293 Comra'l 
Mannine James, 96 W. Canton 
Marsh Wm. H. .302 Commercial 
Marten & Davis, 170 State 
Martin Richard, 18 Portland 



Martis Geo. B. 7 Bromfield 
Mathieu R. O. 166 Friend 
Maxwell R. 56 Chardon 
Maynard & Bosworth, 4 Bowdoin 

sijuare 
McCann P. H. 1794 Washington 
McCarthy Daniel, 1.3,5 Kneeland, 

and 166 Blackstone 
McCarthy Eugene Mrs. 49 Border 
McCarthy M. 23 Haverhill 
McCarty' Daniel, 1.35 Kneeland 
McCarthy Jeremiah, 4.82 Comm'I 
McCluskey & Sullivan, .340 Fed'l 
McCormick James, 373 Hanover 
"IVTcCORMICK JOHN 282 North 
-■■'-•- and 20 Fleet 

Mccormick t. 20 Fleet (see 

-^'-^ page 682) 

McDevitt D. 17 Lewis, E.B. 
McDevitt John. .34 Cross 
McDevitt & Galligan, 23 Lewis 
McDonald Bros. 155 Eliot and 188 

Charles 
McDonnell Hugh, 141 Merrimac 
McDonough Michael & Co. SI 

Eastern avenue 
McElioy J. V. 1146 Tremont 
McGafhgan George, 46 Stillman 
McGarly James, I69J Blackstone 

and 1212 Tremont 
McGlinchey A. 172 Friend 
McGonagle John, 114 Broad 
McGowan Andrew, .53 Salem 
McGowan Patrick, 54 E. Dedham 
McGradv J. II. l.'!6 Broad 
JVJcHUGH JOHN B., Castle. 
■'--'- corner Washington 
McKeon John, 22 Cross 
McLaughlin John, 179 Dorchester 

avenue 
McLaughlin John, Commercial. 

cor. Hanover 
RIcMauus P. .30 Cooper 
McNamara Martin, 1.52 Canal 
McNeil Caroline, 31 Fleet 
McShea Dennis 511 Han-ison ave. 
McShifl'rev Bernard, 193 Endicott 
"lyrcSWEENEY DANIEL, 501 
■^-*- Harrison av. 
McTamncy Rogers, 605 Harrison 

avenue 
Mealey J. 44 Prince 
Meehan James, 230 Friend 
Merrill Parker, 1527 Wash. 
Miller John, 189 & 298 Hanover 
IVrOONEY & KELLEY, 191 
-^'-^ Blackstone 
Moore Robert, 61 Endicott 
Moore Sc Wilson, 1055 Wash. 
Morgan & Sweeney, 327 Meridian 
Moriarty J. F. 29 Howard 
Morris P., River, above Norfolk, 

ward 16 
Morse Robert M. .35 Fulton 
Moseley Wm. A. 61)6 Dorch. ave. 
JIullane P. 253 Federal 
Mullen A. 472 Tremont 
MuUin Colman Mrs. 613 Harrison 

avenue 
Muiphy E..2.35 Federal 
Murphy J. F. 183 Cambridge 
Murray James, 145 Dudley 
Murray M. H. 8 Guild row 
Nagle G. Ill Haverhill 
Nasle J.& Co. 47 Lincoln 
Nagle Patrick J. 178 EHot 
Nichols F. A. & Co. 12 Broad 
Nichols Wm. 40 Cintral square 
Norton Bernard, 1821 Washington 
Norton John, 17.38 Washington 
Noi ton P. 15.3 Blackstone 
Norton Thomas, 7 Hampden 
Q'BRIEN J. .50 Endicott, corner 
^^ Cross, 43 So. Margin, ti and 46 

Gouch 
Q'BRIEN J. N. 322 Federal 

O'Brien Michael, .528 Wash. 
O'Brien T. 4 Lewis 
O'Bryan D. 100 Broadway 
O'Connor D. & T. 151 Leverett 
O'Connor & Bro. 26 South 
O'Donnell P. 72 Endicott 
O'Hare Joseph, 208 Commercial 
Oliver George W. 45 Congress 
O'Neil James, 27 South 
O'Neil Patrick, 122 Broadway 
O'Neil & Co. .57 Lincoln 
O'Neill James. 80 Lenox 
Ormand J. F. 23 Howard 
Owens Matthew, 141 Merrimae 
Patterson & Di>herty, 156 Prince 
Peak Philip. 52 Beach 
Pearce George, 176 North 
Pettingill C. R. 42 Fleet 
Phinney J. H. 251 Commercial 
Pitman Curtis, 1.54 Federal 
POTTER & FOSTER, Lincoln, 

cor. Kneeland 
Prescott Charles W. 97 Eastern av. 
Pye Henry, .338 Commercial 
Qualters L. C. 106J Union 



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190 

Liquors, Wines, etc.— continued. 

Ray & Co. 104 Canal 

■pEAGAN M. F. & CO. 7 Albany 

Real Michael J. 22 Travers 
Reean Patrick, 468 Commercial 
Reian W. H. 34 Elm 
Reynolds I'eter, 142J Pleasant 
Rice James, 160 Beach 
Richards C. A. & Co. 99 Wash. 
Richardson Wm. M.99 Union 
Rilev Maurice O. ICO Blackstone 
PIORDAN WM. 115 Haverhill 

Rins John, 225 Federal 

Roach Richard, 76 Salem 

Robertson George, 20 Carver 

Rodden Daniel, 283 Causeway 

Rodden Hugh. 282 Causeway 

Rowell H. V. 24 Travers 

Ryan J. 72 Dorch. avc. 

Ryan James E. 670 Wash. 

Ryan Wm. 92 Kneeland, and 83 
South » „. J JO 

Sanborn A. H. 6 Chardon and 6 
Court avenue 

Sanders Joseph, 158 Broad 

Sawtell J. C. 124 Cambridge 

Scanlon John, 244 Commercial 

Scannnell Daniel, 236 Comm 1 

Scott John F. 54 Long wharf 

Scott M. 113 Kneeland 

Sears C. A. 117 UaverhiU . 

Seaver Christian, 118 Cambridge 

Shea James, <J6 South 

Shea James D. & John, 46 and 48 
Eliot 

Shea John, .323 Federal . 

Shea Richard, 87 Maverick 

SheehanB. 140 Essex 

Shechan John, 9 South 

Shells Wm. 418 Commercial 

Sherburne J. A. 99 State 

Simon ds Parker, 34 Province . 

Simonds T. F. & Bro. 83 Merrimac 
and 8 Travers 

Smith F. Iv. 65 Maverick sq. i. U . 

Smith H. 55 Merrimac 

Smith J. D. 57 Merrimac 

Smith J. S. 148 North 

Speidel Leopold, Water cor. Wash. 

Steinkrauss Charles L. 100 Port- 
land ^ „„ „ . 

Stevens Frank, 22 Howard 

Stevens T. J. 6 Cambridge 

Stevenson J. L. 2 F. H. square 

Stowell & Co. 30 Sudbury 

Stuart C. 218 Friend 
Sugrue Cornelius, 38 South 

Sullivan M. 38 South 
UULLIVAN JAMES, 51 and 53 
*-' Lincoln 

Sullivan Timothy, 254 Broad 
CUTHEKLAND B. 212 Com- 

•^ mercial , . 

TaffThonins. 157 Blackstone 
T;'ARLET0N & WEST, 25J State 

Teeven James, 90 Church, and 331 

Shawmut ave. 
Tierney M. 29 Merchants row 
Thompson John, 165 North 
rriMUNY J. P. 267 Federal and 
-•• 29 East 

Trickey J. B. 84 Charlestown 
Turner Samuel, 121 Haverhill 
Urback Wm. A. 51 Merrimac 
Wade John F. 112 Kneeland 
Walcott Harry, 20 Harrison ave. 
Wales A. P. 34 Elm 
Walker A. S. 17 No. Market 
Walker J. T. 30 Salem 
WALSH J. 17 & 18 Charlestown 

WALSH MICHAEL, 174 
Blackstone 
Walsh John W. 261 Blossom 
Walsh William, 157 Leverett 
Ward Patrick, 123 Charlestown 
White James P. 224 Dorch. ave. 
White John, 110 Kneeland, and 

146 Albany 
Wilder & Co. 49 Lincoln 
Williams T. P. 185 Blackstone 
Wood, Pollard, & Co. Gl Devon- 
shire 
Woods John, 88 Portland 
Worcester Albert W. 5 Green 
Wormwood Thos. 15S State 
Yeaton R. U. 87 Sudbury 
Young J. F. & Co. 96 Uuion 

ARMSTRONG, McLELLAN, 
■^ & GREEN, 15 Bowker 
TJUFFORDJOHN U.490Wa8h- 
■'-' ington 
Carter F. N. 71 Milk 
rtLAXTON E. L. 171i Tremont 

Cobb F.Whitney, 33 School, r'm 36 
Crosby Chas. H. & Co. 46 Water 



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Daniels J. H. 91 Washington 
POBBES W. H. & CO. 159 Waeh- 
^ ington 

Longfellow H. W. 89 Franklin 
TyrAYER JULIUS & CO. 4 State 

Murray Alexander H. 8 Bromfield 
New England Lithographic Co. 

109 Summer , . 

pRANG L. & CO. 2182 Washing- 

■RICIIARDS. EVANS, & CO. 
•'-'' 114 Washington 
Tompson John G.jr. 2182 Wash. 
Trochsler A. & Co. 186 Wash. 
Iiithographic Printers. 
T3UFF0RD JOHN H. 490 Wash- 
^ ington 

I^ittaogrsiphs. 
TjiURNALD & CAMBRIDGE, 
^ 121 Court (see page 701) 

I^obster Dealers. 

Cook Robt., Thayers Hotel 
Coolev L. & C. E., Cragie's bridge 
Johnson & Young, Warren bridge 
Parsons & Co. 43 and 45 Commer- 
cial wharf 
Weeks J. S. & Co., foot People's 

Ferry ave. 
Young James A. 26 Dorch. ave. 

K^ock Manufacturers. 

BOSTON LOCK CO. J. P. Hay- 
nes, treas., 19 Wareham 
Branford Lock Works, B. Callen- 
dcr & Co. agents, 82 Federal 

HAM L. M. 158 Portland (prison 
cell donr lock, see page 70.3) 
IJ OLT JOHN & SONS, 33 Sud- 
-*■•'- bury (trunk) 
IT-ERSHAW CHARLES E., late 
■•^ Edwards & Kershaw, 11 and 

13 Green 
T OTHROP GEO. B. & CO. 30 
-'-' Exchanee 

TVIcPHEKSON E. M. 18 State, 
-^'^ (bank and safe, see page 704) 
NASHUA LOCK CO., C. B. 
-"-^ Hill, treas., 1.59 Federal 
piCKt'0RD&H0LLIS,6Wash- 
■*■ ington 

Robinson E. 4 Washington 
Squaires C. 22 State (bank & safe) 
Tremont Safe and Machine Co. 46 

School (bank and safe) 
U. S. Lock Co.Dickerman & Farris, 

agents, 55 Devon, (permutation) 

l^ocks and Knobs. 

BOSTON LOCK CO., J. P. 
Havnes, treas., 19 Wareham 
BURDITT & WILLIAMS, 18 
and 20 Dock square 
T OTHROP GEO. B. & CO. 30 
•'-' Exchange (manufs.) 

Locksmiths, afec. 

■DOS TON LOCK CO. J. P. 
■'-' Haynes, treas., 19 Wareham 
Beckford E. S. 5 Beach 
Benwav George W. 21 Blossom 

BLACKWOOD ALEX. 1772 
Wash. 
Burley F. G. 28 Pleasant 
r^HADWICK A. R. 124 Dover 

Chandler S. S. 1176 Wash. 
Coffin G. S. .39 Merchants row 
Davis C. Francis, 42 Elm 
Edwards C. O. 32 Faneuil H. sq. 
Francis A. J. 16 Chapman place 
Gill M. D. & Co. 30 Beverly 
Gilraan Wm. E. 121 Court 
Gregory Harry T. 51J Congress 
HallE. P. G. 50 Emerson 
Hall Wm. & Co. 27 Dock sq. 
Harrity John, 1:55 Endicott 
UARROD BENJ. C. 480 Tre- 
-"-^ mont 
Hill A- N. .32 South 
troRAN BROS. 1209 Wash. 

James Geo. E. 10 Maverick sq. 

T OTHROP GEO. B. & CO. 30 

•'-' Exchange 

Lyon .Matthew, 89 Border, E.B. 

Mellen W.J. 2 Federal 

Merrill Lemuel, 7 W ater 

piCKFORD & HOLLIS, 6 

^ Washington 

Pratt Henry, 67 Dudley 

Richardson J. 18 Prince 

Rowe A. E. &Co.5Wash. 

Solbery C. G. 26.5 Exchange 

Stearns Amos O. 52 Brattle 

Stebbins Oliver F., Berkeley lopp. 

Warren ave. 

(STEVENS GEO. W. 51 Mer- 
•-^ riniac 



Thaxter J. R. 8 Harrison are. 
Tuckerman G. W. 99 South 
Wheaton M. 4 No. Russell 
Willcutt & Thaxter. 526 Wash. 
Woodward James, 7 Prentiss 
Young Joseph, 106 Court 

liocomotlves. 
TTINKLEY & WILLIAMS 
-Ll- WORKS, 552 Harrison ave. 

r^oeomotive Xires. 

ABBOTT & HOW ARD, 11 
■^ Oliver 

TAYLOR BROS. & CO., JOHN 
•*- B. TAFT, agent, 10 Oliver 
(see ftont colored page) 

r.ookinff-GHas»es <lz Pic- 
ture Frames. 

■DARTLETT W. C. & CO. 145 
-'-' Tremont 

Bragg H. H. 21 and m Portland 
Brewster Wm. A. K3 Eastern ave. 
-DROOKS W. P. B. & CO. 121 
-^ Hanover ^ 

QOCHRAN S. & CO. 441 Tre- 

pcJiNANT ALBERT & CO. 105 
^ Hanover ^ , .,, 

Davenport A. M. & Co. 28 CornhiU 
iSoDGE, COLLIER, & PER- 
^ KINS, 115 Wash, (see p. 041) 
Dunham I. P. 87 Cnusewav 
TPURNALD & CAMBRIDGE. 
■^ 121 Court (see page 701) 
Gonsalvo & Reid, 9 Bowker 
Gray J. J. 5 Province court 
Hall S. 104 Sudbury 
riASKELL & ALLEN, 14 Han- 

Hendrickson Chas. E. 10 Canal, 
and 9 Merrimac „,^ ^.. . 
T AWRENCE, WILDE, & 
■'-' HULL, 42 to 48 ComhiU 
Malony P. 811 Washington 

MEYER CHAS. E. & CO. 7 and 
8 Holmes block, Haymarket 
square (sec page 686) 
Ty[OULTON B. S. 13 Hanover 

Poiuier Chas. P. & Co. 69 CornhiU 
Ross & Hatchman, 480 Wash. 
CARGENT'CHAS. H. 09 Com- 
•^ hill „ , . 

Sinclair Duncan D. 31 Boylston 
Smith Henry Q. 36 Wash. 
Sowle John & Co. 516 and 518 Har- 
rison avenue and 85 Hanover 
Stromberg F. C. 55 Hanover 
rFHOMPSON & CO. 800 Wash- 
-'• ington 
Wachtel P. 341 Hanover 

WARE GEO. W. & CO. 15T 
Tremont ^ .. 

TSTHITTEN MATTHEW, 97 
'* Border (see page 644) 
Whitten & Coffin, 219 North 
TXriLLIAMS & EVERETT, 219 
'' Washington 
Wright Adam, 9 Bowker 

Itounge Mannfs. 

A LBEE HENRY L. 67 Union 

T)OHERTY P. 28 Beverly 

Farren Dennis, 78 Merrimac 

ri RAVES J AS. G. m Blackstone 

Lacount E. D. 37i Haverhill 
"VTcGINNIS & McGOWAN, 6 
■^'■^ Merrimac 

ILiOzenge Manufs. 

PHASE & CO. 110 and 116 Con- 
'-' gress (see page C93) 

MlRJORA^l J. W. W. 65 
Haverhill (see page 643) 
liubricator. 
Assumption Lead Co. 6 Central 

■..umber. 
Abbott E. B. 14 State (agent) 
Allen & Farrar, 156 State (southern 

pine) .„ , , 

Bearse Owen & Co. 250 Federal 

BISPHAM JOHN F., Commer- 
cial opposite Paik, ward 16 
Blanchard W. S. 18 State 
Bond Thomas, 92 Utica 
Burrell, Pond, & Co., First, n. F 
PLARK & LEATHERBEE. 
^ Albany, opposite Dedham 
and Albany, opposite Troy 
(see page 682) 
Clark & Smith, Beverly comer 

Travers 
CUfton J. Q. A., Maverick wharf, 

E. B., and 101 State 
PUMMINGS, KENNEY,& CO. 
*-" (hardwood), 22 State 



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191 



Curtis Geo., Albany, cor. Chester 
Park 

Curtia Wm. 20 Eustis 

Drew J. G. 50 Congress (commis- 
sion) 

Dupce John, 89 Franklin 

Durliani .1. J. Sc Co., Northampton 
n- Albany 

T?UDY BROS. Park, c. Adams, 

■'-' ward 1(1 

Emery lliiam, 27 Doane 

Fleminsr & Co. 10 State 

Flint & Hall, 30 Kilby 

Foster, Swazev, & Co. 1.5 Doane 

Furbcr & Bailey, 90 Lehigh 

Gardner E. 2 Hath 

Goodnow Joseph, 294 Causeway 

Hanini * Draper Bros. 242 Albany 

Hawcs Wm. ."iOO Comm'l 

Ileisev & Mnson. 3 Comm'l 

Holt .S. A. & Co, 17 Bowker 

Hopkins Franklin, 9 Merchants 
row 

Rowland & Doushty, 22 State 

Huckins P. S. & J. B. 190 Border 

Hunterstown Lumber Co., Cen- 
tral 

JAMES GEO. B. & CO., Lehigh 

" cor. Albany, and 14 State (see 
page (iSS) 

Jewett & Pitcher, .39 Kilby, and 
Glcndon wharf, E. B. 

Jones, HroKg, & Lansil, 180 Border 

Kent W. 11. & Co. 144 State 

Kimball J. W. 93 Paris 

Krueser, Loud, & Co. 10 Canal 

T ARIVEE EXISTE, 184 Friend 

'-' (hardwood) 

Lash Augustus F. (second hand) 
1.51 Essex 

T EATHERBEE BROS. 480 & 

■" 482 Harrison ave., and .395 Alb. 

Lewis & Hall, 9 Jlerchants row 

Litttlefield C. & Co. Commercial 

Lovejoy L. & Co. 182 Causeway 

lU ANSON & PETERSON, 101 
Border (hardwood, see page 
67.5) 

McQuesten Geo. 22 State 

Merguire John L. & Co. 276 Char- 
les, and whf. Parker st. 

TUILLER BROS. 127 State 
(commission) 

Morse Chas. F. 16 Central (broker) 

Norcross & Saunders, ,55 Devon- 
shire 

2J0RT0N MILLS CO. 14 State, 

■^' George B. James & Co. agents 
(see page 688) 

Orrall Thomas & Co.,Wiswall's wf. 

Page Chauncy & Co., First bet. 
K and F 

Palmer D. 1.34 State (commission) 

PARKER U. & CO. 10 Travers, 
cor. Portland (hardwood) 

PAUL J. F. & CO. 441 Tremont 

■^ and .3U Albany 

pEABODY HENRY W. & CO. 

■^ 41 India wharf 

Pearson Benj..36 Wash. 

PIERCE S. H. L. 415 Dorchester 
avenue 

pOPE A. & SON, Commercial, n. 

■^ Park, ward 16 

POPE WM. & SONS, 318 Alba- 

t "y 

Pratt & Co. 27 Slate and Taylor, 

ward Ki 
Proctor John & Co. 433 Harr. ave. 
J?AND & BLAKE, 17 and 19 
^^ Wareham (hardwood) 
Reynolds Wm. B. & Co. 2f»6 State 
ROBERTSON JOHN A. 393 

lederal (see page 000) 
Roby L. A. 21 State (oak timber) 
Rogers Bros. 490 Harrison ave. and 

birst cor. F 
Russell Ira & Co. 14 Canal 
Sawyer Geo. B. 30 Kilby 
Shcijard Horace S. 50 Congress 
SHKPARD H. S. & W. R. 
"^ CUES I'EK, Swett. foot North- 
ampton, and 50 Congress room 4 
(see page iliS) 
gHEPARD, HALL, & CO. 6 

Central 
Skillinss, Whitney Bros.& Barnes, 

•) Kilby 
gPINNEYL. & CO. 123 and 125 

.Merri mac (see page 703) 
Somers Wm. & Co. 522 and 524 

Albany 
Sproat & Co. 4 Liberty square 
UTEARNS A. T. & SONS, 22 
•^ State. 470 Albany, and Taylor, 

ward 16 (see page 68.5) 

gTETSON & M'E, h State, 
"^ First cor. E (hard pine) 
Sturtevant Wm. L., Sturtevanfs 

wharf, 322 Border 
Swazey & Warner, 5 Kilby (com.) 
Taylor & Hobart, 16 Kilby 



Tilton H. N. & B.R. & Cowdin, 412 

Albany 
Tribou Walter S. 274 Charles, and 

22 State 
Trickey Sc Jewett. 21 Kilby (ship) 
Wakefield G. & Co. 8 Canal and 7 

Merrimac 
Walcott A. F. & Co. 14 State 
Washburn Cyrus, 190 Border 
WASHHirRN WM. Jr. & CO. 
wharf at East Cambridge, 
office 143 Merrimac 
Watson & Bisbee, Causeway, cor. 

Friend (hardwood) 
Winde Lewis & Son fhardwood) 

421 Commercial 
Wiaiht James & Co. (hardwood) 

.5.3 Beverly 
Wood James A. 25 Doane (broker) 
Machine Ulacksnilths. 
IVfOODY & BURNETT, 12 and 
■^'^ 14 Bowker 

JUachiiic Brokers. 

J^RITTEN THOMAS, 106 Union 

pRATT R. W. & CO. 33 Haver- 

-■- hill 

WILSON J. W. & CO. 79 and 81 

'• Haverhill 
WINCHESTER E. S. & CO. 

' • 466 and 468 Federal 

Machine Screws. 

"VTA Y & CO. 1 Broad (see inside 

back cover) 
Tucker & Appleton, 04 Milk 
WILKINSON A. J. & CO. 2 
Washington (see page 704) 

Msif'hine Sewlngr. 

Abbot L. .1. 23 Meridian 
Blair E. H. B. 257 Dudley 
Boothby Caroline Miss, 25 Winter 
Forristall M. 1049 Tremont 
Gilmore R. L. Miss 104 Summer 
Healey O. F. Mrs. 122 Meridian 
Knight E. P. Miss, 25 Winter 
Lord Henry, 43 North 
Menzicoff Misses, 3 Oak 
Miller C. C. Mrs. 15 School (vest 

maker) 
MofHt J. E. Miss, 147 Tremont 
Pease L. P. Miss, 132 Tremont 
Rcid M. J. Mrs. 25 Winter 
Rich Sarah E. Miss, 32 Winter 
Riley T. 80 Bhickstone 
Rogers M. E. 6 Tremont 
Solomon M. 99 Court 
Viets A. B. Wash. cor. LaGranee 
Weiss M. 43 North 

Machine 8e\vine IVee- 
dles. 

nURRIER, PHILPOT, & CO. 5 
^ Haymarket s(iuare 

Machine Thread. 

^INS WORTH THOMAS, 66 

TJOSS, PEARCE, & CO. 60 
" Milk 

Machinery. (IVew and Sec- 
onal hand,) 

WINDSOR MANUF. CO.fVt.) 
E. E. Lamson, treas., E. G. 
Lamson, presiiient, .33 Haver- 
hill (see page 674) 

Machinists. 

Aldrich H. P. U Hawkins 
ALLEN&ENDICOTT, 5 Lib- 
-^■^ erty square 

A MERICAN NUT & ARMS 
CO., Geo. H. Fox, treasurer, 
7 Lindall 
American Steam Fire Proof Safe 
Co., E. D. Draper, treasurer, 51 
Sudbury 
AMERICAN TOOL & MA- 
^ CHINE CO. 84 Kingston 
A BI E R I C A N W A T E R 
•^ WHEEL CO., A. Warren, 
agent, 071 Dorchester avenue 
A NTIIONY I>UriIER & SON, 
■'^ 133 Cabot (curriers'machinerv) 
A TLANTIC WORKS, 72 Bor- 
-'^ der, E.B. 
BALDWIN & CLARK, 164 & 166 

Federal 
Bang Geo. A. 17 Hawley 
Bartlctt J. C. 14 Beverly (jobbing) 
RIRD GEO. M. & CO. 70 Lewis, 

E. B., (see page 676) 
gLAKE GEO. F.&C0.51 Char- 

don (see page(J45) 
gRAMAN, DOW, & CO. 3 and 4 

Havmarket square 
Boston Machine Co., W. H. Hart, 
treas. 8 Oliver, and First, cor. 
Granite 



Boynton George, Sanford, near 
Cedar, ward 16 
VMPBELL. 

CO. 1176Trc,.,„..t 
Canlield F. P. 71 Sudbury 
Carson Elbridge C. 9 Province 
Chamberlain D. 42 Albany 
Chandler B. B. 9 Green 
Chase S. E. ,^5 Lincoln 
■ 'lUBBUCK 

Tremont 
Cleaves Edwin N. 69 Haverhill 
f-tLOGSTON T. S. & CO. 80 and 
^ 82 Sudbury 

CoUicott John, 19 Harvard place 
flRANE MOSES G. I;i0 Wash- 
^^ ington 

Dill Thomas B. 46 Portland 
DUNCAN & COPELAND, 379 

Commercial (see page Wi) 
I^IELDCHAS. M. 25 Wareham 

Field Wm. F. 56 Sudbury 
Finger Louis, 130 Comm 1 
Fis(^er Wm. E. 76 Sudbury 
Fowle J. W. 73 CornhiU 
Gibbs Charles E. 15 Water 
Graham W. W. & Co. 76 Sudbury 
Hall Treadle Works, L52 Hamp- 
den 
Ham I,. M 158 Portland 
Harlow C. F. & Co. 15 Morton pl. 
Harwood Ezra A. 15 Morton pl. 
Haskell John A. 39 Sudbury 
Haskell & Edmands, 9 Bowker 
U AWES & HERSEY, Second 

cor. E 
fflNKLEY & WILLIAMS 
-^ WORKS, 552 Harrison ave. 
Hodgkins J. E. 67 Charlestown 
Holmes Charles, 9 Green 
TJOLMES & BLANCIIARD, 
'■■^ 6 Haymarket sq. (mill work, 

see page 697) 
Hunt Wm. P. 159 Dorchester ave. 
Jaquith J. N. B. 60 Albany 
Keniston & Sawyer, 122 Congress 
T, ANGLE Y, CARBEE, & CO. 
■^ 87 Border, E.B. (see p. 675) 
Leavitt Thomas, 8 Province 
Liddell Wm. & Co. II Hawkins 
Littlefield John A. 71 Sudbury 
T^ORING HARRISON, City 
-" Point, S. B. ■' 

T OTHROP GEO.W. 18 Harvard 

place 
Marshall J. E. 73 Haverhill 
TVfAYNARD JAS. A., New st. 
■"-^ E.B. (see page (BS) 
IVrcLAUTHLlN G. T. & CO. 
-^'A 1-20 Fulton (see page 674) 
IVfEAD & ADDY, 2 Bath (see 
-^'■^ page 679) 

IVfcLEi^LN CHAS. B. 100 Lewis, 
^^^ E.B. 

McMURTRIE H. & CO., 51 
-^'■^ Water 

Merritt Benj. 90 Utica (inventor) 
Miller David, 11 Castle 
TVfOODY & BURNETT, 12 & 14 
■"-^ Bowker (blacksmiths) 
MOORE & WYMAN, 76 Sud- 
-^*-*- bury 

JVrORTON A. M. & CO. 87 
■"-^ Friend (see front col'd page) 
MEWELL J. S. & CO. .53 an(f 55 

Haverhill (see page ()7(i) 
()SBORN LOUIS, 72 Marginal, 
^ E.B. (see page 676) 
Paget J. T., Seventh, near N 
Pottle C. R. 71 Sudbury 
PRATT R. W. & CO. 116 to 124 

Merrimac 
Roper S. H. 82 Hampden 
Sargent George B. & Co. 7 Spring 

lane 
gEELYE N. M. 70 Sudbury 

Shailer Julius S. 345.V Washington 
Sharles Chas., Secon'd, cor. E 
Sickels G. 4 Chickering place 
Silsby & Cheney, 76 Sudbury(rop» 

and cordage) 
CMITH G. W. & F. 409 Federal, 
^ and 22 State 
gMITH & LOVETT, 125 to 129 

Albany 
South Boston Iron Co. 2 Central 

wharf 
COUTHER JOHN & CO., 
^ foot of A 
gTERN & CO. 15 Water 

UTONE II. N. 132 Commercial 
^ (see page 695) 
Summers S. F. & Co. (J3 Beverlv 
-THE GRUNDY CO.MPANY; 38 

and 40 Congress 
Thomas, Carroll, & Co. 15 Morton 

place 
Thoms James & Wm., Moini court 
"PHOMPSON A. 71 Sudbury 



Bronzes, Clocks, Vases, Card R^*'^^^I^^'otS:iaPos"di"co"''*"''"*- 



192 



BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Machinists— continued. 
Thompson George M. 33 Hawkins 
fpRlPP A. W. 137 South 

TINITED STATES STAND- 
^ ARD NUT CO., Geo. H. 

Fox, treas. 7 Lindall 
TTPHAM THOMAS A. 17 Har- 
^ yard place (see page 602) 
Vose W. T. HI) Utiea 
Waldron & Co. H Green 
Walker G. A. 9 Green 
Walker J. & Co. 7fi Sudbnry 
Warner Daniel, 9 Gore block 
WELCH & CHIPMAN, 56 Dor- 

^ Chester ave. (handsaws) 
TSriLSO.N' J. W. & CO. 79 and 81 
'* Haverhill, and 12 to 22 

Brighton 
WINDSOR MANUF. CO. (Vt.) 
" E. E. Lamson, treas., E. G. 
Lanison, nres., 33 Haverhill 
(see pase 674) 
WOODS S. A. & CO. 67 Sud- 
^^ bury 

Alaehiiiery <Sz Xools. 

ADA.MSJ. Q. &G.W. 22 Tera- 
jile place (pegging machinery) 

AMERICAN TOOL & MA- 
-^ CHINE CO. 84 Kingston, 
(machinists' tools) 

AMERICAN WATER 

-^ WHEEL CO., A. Warren, 

agent, 671 Dorchester 

A TLANTK; works, 72 Bor- 
-^ der, E.B. 

RU'J'TERFIELD WILLIAM & 
■" WOODMAN, 45 High (boot 

and shoe, see page 702) 
flAMPBELL, WIlITTIER, & 
^ CO. 1176 ircniont 
Chamberlain Daniel, 42 Albany 
fiHUBBUCK S. E. & SONS, 971 

Tremont 
■nUNBARGEO. & CO. 48Wa- 
•^ ter 

Gear A. S. ,%.!.& Co. X Sudbary 
Gilmnn A. 11.. Commercial, n. 
Union, wd. 16 (cotton macliinery) 
Graves J. 37 Haverhill 
Harwood & Quincy, 21 Bromfield 
UAWES & HERSEY, Second, 
■'-'• cor. E 

XTAWKINS GARDNER C. 2 
-^^ Bath (boot and shoe) 
Hawkins L. D. 124 Congress (boot 

and shoe) 
giLL, CLARKE, & CO., 80 Milk 

Holmes Charles, 9 Green 
Kenistun Sc Sawyer, 122 Congress 
Leigh F. A. & Co. 57 Sears bldg. 

(importers) 
Locke .T'sse A. 151 Water 
TORINO HARRISON, City 
•^ Point 

iVTAY & CO. 1 Broad, cor. State 
■^■'- (see inside buck cover) 
TVrcLAUTHLIN G. T. & CO. 
-^'-^ 120 Fulton (see page 674; 
IVTcMURTRIE HORACE & CO. 
-'■'■^ 51 Water 

MEAD & ADDY, 2 Bath, (see 
-"-^ page 679) 
Miller George H. 30 Dorchester 

avenue 
IVflLLS THOS. & BRO.. Phila. 
■"■'- Fobes, Haywood, & Co. agts., 
96 Sudbury (for confectioners) 

MOORE & WYMAN, 76 Sud- 
bury 
Morss A. S. 210 Commercial 
jyrORTON A. M. & CO. 87 

■*- Friend (see front col'd page) 
Mt. Pleasant Tool Works, A. J. 

Drake, propr., Norfolk avenue 
JEWELL .1. S. & CO. 53 and 55 
-^^ Haverhill (see page 670) 
()SBORX LOUIS, 72 Marginal, 
^^ opp. Cunard wharf, E.B. (sec 

page 676) 
pAUL GEO. K. & CO. 64 Union 

PRATT R. W. & CO. 33 Hav- 
erhill 
JJEED & BOWEN, 36 KUby 

Saffnrd M. 36 Washington (light) 
GOUTHER JOHN & CO., A, 
^ cor. Richards 
Snofford Charles. Second, cor. E 
fJiRlPP, EDDY, & CO. 92 Milk 

TTNION STONE CO. 29 Kilby, 
^ (artificial stone and emery 
wheels (see inside back cover) 
Vrooman 11. P. 46 Portland 
WELCH &CHIP.MAN, 54 and 
'' .55 Dorch. ove. 
WELCH & GRIFFITHS, 145 
^ * and 147 Federal (see p. 688) 



WriLSON J. W. & CO. 79 and 81 
'* Haverhill, and 12 to 22 

Brighton 
■WINCHESTER E. S. & CO. 460 
** Federal 

WINDSOR MANUF. CO. (Vt.) 
E. E. Lamson, treas., E. G. 
Lamson, pres. .33 Haverhill 
(new and second hand, see 
page 674) 
WOODS S. A. & CO. 67 Sud- 
bury (wood-working) 

machinists' Supplies. 

nORBETT A. O. 13 Battery- 

^^ march (see page 642) 

n.OODNOW & WIGHTMAN, 

^ 23Cornhill 

TOUDON, TOWER, & CO. Ill 

■'-' Water 

TV/fAY & CO. 1 Broad (see inside 

back cover) 
IVTcMURTRIE HORACE & CO. 
-^'•^ 51 Water 
Torsletr, Hinkley, i Hammond, 

1.30 Federal 
MOUNT PLEASANT TOOL 
■^'-^ WORKS, Norfolk avenue, 

n. R. R. 
PRATT R. W. & CO. 33 Haver- 
-•- hill 
WILKINSON A. J. & CO. 2 

Washington (see p. 704) 
WINCHESTER E. S. & CO. 
'•^ 458 Federal 

Alachinists'i Xools. 

JIanufacttirers. 
Ammidown M. M. 131 Congress 
McMURTRIE HORACE'^a: CO. 
-'-'■'- ol Water 

WOODS S. A. & CO. 67 Sud- 

** bury 

Alasee Cooking and 
Parlor Stoves. 

pOND & DUNCKLEE, 87 
Blackstone 

Magnetic Apparatus. 

Anders G. L. 40 Hanover 
(]HAMBERLAINH. B.&W.O. 
^ 312 Washington (see page 691) 

JOHNSON & WHITTE.MORE, 
" 73 Haverhill 
WILLIAMS CHAS. Jr. 109 

' ' Court (see page 670) 

Magneto Xelegraph. 

TOHNSON& WHITTEMORE, 
" 73 Haverhill 

Mahogany. ( Veneers, Ifc.) 



riOLDSMITH F. L. 36J Char- 
'-' don 

Holt Stephen A. & Co. 17 Bowker 
J^ARIVEE EXISTE, 184 Friend 

PARKER H. & CO. 10 Travers, 

•^ cor. Portland 

Richardson, Howard, &Co. 5 and 6 

Charlestown 
JJOBERTS BROS. 6 Franklin 

CLEEPER, JOHNSON, & CO. 
^ 27, 29, and 31 Portland (see 

page 6621 
OPUKR CHAS. W. 43 Summer. 
^ (patent papered wood hang- 
ings) 

Malt. 



White John G. & Son, A. S. 
Green, agent, 120 Lincoln 

Maltsters. 

QOOK ISAAC & CO. 25 Central 

Mlangles. 

Q.ALE & CO. 40 Bromfleld 

Mannfs. Supplies. 

QOCHRANE A. & CO. 19 Broad 

J£ILL, CLARKE, & CO. 80 Milk 

Manning W. E. & Co. 26 Central 
nSBORN A. & CO. 25 Central 
^ wharf 
pAGE E. F. & CO. 46 Congress 

Small & Appleton. 60 Water 
Train, Mayall,& Co. 125 Milk 
WALDO J. ADAN. 13 Liberty 
' sq. (see front colored page) 

WINSLOW W. H. & CO. 147 



Manufacturing Com- 
panies. 

Having Offices in Boston. 

Adams Sugar Refinery, Granite 
S.B. 

.^tna Mills, Watertown, Samuel 
Smith, treas. 89 Franklin (wool- 
len goods) 
ylf TNA RUBBER MILLS,West 

■^■^-' Roxbury, Clapp, Evans, & 
Co. 28 Summer (see page 699) 

Albion Coffee Huller Co., J. F. B. 

Marshall, treas. 96 Washington 

A MERICAN BUTTON-HOLE 

-^ OVER- SEAMING AND 
SEWING MACHINE Co., 285 
Washington 

American File Co., Pawtucket, B. 
I., Benj. Callender & Co. 82 Fed- 
eral (files and rasps) 

American Gaslight Improvement 
Co., Wm. H. Lewis, treas., 79 
Water 

American Flax Spinning Co. 164 
Federal 

American Magnesium Co., S. Lin- 
coln, treoB., 3 Liberty square 

American Meter Co., Chas. H. 
Sprague, agent, 321 Wash, (gas 
meters) 

American Molded Collar Co., 145 
Fifth. S. B., S. S. Gray, supt. 
(paper collars, &c.) 

American Ni-t and Twine Co., 
Canton, offir e 43 Com'l (twines, 
Imes, nets, and seines) 

American Pin Co. Waterbury, 
Conn.,Bartlett, Swadkins, & Md- 
ler, 95 Devonsliire (pins, hooks 

A MERltiAN POWDER Co., A. 
-^ G. Fay, agt. 233 State, H. J. 

Uosmer, treas. (gun powder) 
American Rooting Co., G. W. 
Davis, agt. (felt and composition 
rooting),'10 State 
American Shoe Tip Co., H. M. 

Bearce, tieas. .")6 Pearl 
American Sleigh and Carriage 
Iron Co., C. L. Marston, treas. 
39 Bowker (carriage goods) 
American Spiral Spring Butt Co. 
New York", Adams and Chute, 
53 Kilby 
American Steam Fire Proof Safe 
Co., E. D. Draper, treas. 51 Sud- 
bury 
A MfeRlCAN STEAM GAUGE 
■'-^ Co., 7 Lindall (steam gauges) 
A MERICAN TABLET MF'G. 
-^ CO., W. C. Waters, treas., H. 
A. Clark, agent, i9 Brattle (tab- 
lets and blackboards) 
A MERICAN TOOL AND 
-^ MACHLVE CO., B. F. Bad- 
ford, supt. 84 Kingston (ma- 
chinists' tools) 
American Tube Works, Somer- 
ville (seamless drawn brass and 
and copper tubes), Jos. H. Cot- 
ton, treas. 97 State 
American Watch Co., Waltham, 
Bobbins, Appleton, & Co. 8 Sum- 
mer (watches) 
A MERICAN WATER WEEHL 
■^ CO., A. Warren, tigent, 671 

Dorchester ave. 
A MERICAN WHIP CO.,Burdi» 
•"■ & Williams, 20 Dock square 
A MES PLOW CO., Quincy Hall 

(agricultural implements) 
Amesbury Mills, Amesbur^, 
Oscar lasigi, treas. 69 FrankUn 
(fancy cassimeres) 
A M O S K E A G MANUF AC- 
■^ TURING CO., Manchester, 
N. H., G. Brewer & Co., 57 Fed- 
eral (ticks, denims, ginghams, 
&c.) Wm. Amory, treas. GO State 
Androscoggin Mills, Lewiston, 
Me., B.E. Bates, treas. 40 State 
(sheeting and seamless bags) 
Annisquam Mills, Rockport, 
Chas. H. Fiske. treas. 20 State 
(cotton goods) 
Appleton Co., Lowell, Geo. Mot- 
ley, treas. 5 Pemberton sq. 
(sheetings and drillings) 
ARLINGTON MILLS, Law- 
"^ rence, Mass., Lawrence & Co., 
13 Chauncy (ladies' dress 
goods) 
ASHBURNHAM MILLS, Geo. 
■'■^ Blackbuin & Co., IMG Congress 

(warps and sheetings) 
A SHLAND MILLS, Ashland, 
■^ N.H., W. Whitman, treas., 
Lawrence & Co. 13 Chauncy, 
agents (shirting flannels) 
Assabet Maiiuf Co., Maynard, T. 
Quincy Brown, treas. 37 Lewis 
wharf (flannels, cassimeres, &c.) 



Gas Fixtures at Manufacturers' Prices, *3S*w"hi.t^1o* st?" 



BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



193 



Atlantic Cotton IVfills, Lawrence, 

Win. Gray, trens. nti Summer 

(sheeling-i und nhirtings) 

Atliintiu Duck di.. Moodiis, 

Conn., 1. NickerNon & Co., *Jo 

Ciimiiieri-iHl (coIlin duck) 

ATI,.\NriC WORKS, 72 Bor- 

■"■ der street. E. B.. (.ixur'ne and 

Btutiouiir.v eii^'ines, boilers, *o.) 
Autunia ic Giis Much. Co., 7 Lib- 
erty sq., U. W. Holmes, treas. 
(gna niiichineii) 
Baldwin Elevator Safety Co. 57 
Washington, E. Stone, treas. 
(safely stops and suaar puckers) 
Bartlet Steam Mills, Newburyport 
Frolhiiiuhum .« Co. 5'J Franklin 
(sheetings, .tc.) 
Bates iMaiiuf. Co., Lewiston, Me., 
B. E. Bates, treas. 41) State(sheet- 
ing mid pants stuti's) 
Bay Slate Urick Co., J. A. Turner, 

tfeis. 17 Peiiiberton sq. (brick) 
Bay Stite Cheinical Co., D. Miles, 

tfeas. iii) Water (paris white) 
Bay State Glass Co.. East Cam- 
bridge. Geo. li. Fowle, agent, 
51 Kilby (glassware) 
Bay Slate Iron Co., J. H. Reed, 
treas. •> Pemlierton sq. (railroad, 
pig, and plate iron) 
R.VY STATE MuULDING 
" -MILLS, Joseph F. Paul & Co. 

441 T.ein.i„t 
Bav Stale Sugir Rotlnery, R. II. 
Waters & Co., proprietors, 13 
India (rertiied susars) 
Beainan Manuf. Co., West Boyl- 
sMii, Parker, vVilier & Co., 4 
Wiulhrop sq. (cotton goods) 
Belknap .Mills, Lac, nia, N. IL, 
R. M. Bailev, treas. 50 Chauucy 
(flannels, ,*c.) 
Belvidere Wiuillen Manuf. Co., 
Parker, Wilder & Co., 4 Win- 
throp sq. (flannels) 
RENEUICT & BURNH.iM 
■" .M.AiVUFACTURING CO., 
Waterbury, Conn., H. W. 
B looks, (is Federal (brass and 
German silver, see page (Hli) 
Bijielow Carpet Co.. Clinton, O.A. 

Whiling, trea-i. I(i Kilby 
■ROOTT COTTON MILLS, 
■" Lowell. R D. Rogers, treas. 
(it) Slate ; Geo. C. Richardson & 
Co., agents, 'Jii Devonshire (drill- 
ings, tine bfowa and bleached 
sheetings) 
Boston Belling Co.. John G. Tap- 
pan, treas., 57 Summer (rubber 
bel:ing,)fec.) 
Boston tSuttoii Co., H. B. Melcalf, 

treus. {>■> Franklin 

Boston Can Co., Ch is. E. Russ, 

ait-.t'i Broad (tin cans and boxes) 

POSrON CAK SPKIN < CO., 

L. W. .Muz^ey, treus., Geo. 

Dunbar & Co., selling agents, 

4« Water 

POSTON CARPET PADDING 

■" CO., 14SJ T.einont, Miles 

Mivall, agent 
POSTON Ca VIR CO.. Chas. 
■" W. Basseir, trejs. 144 North 

(cane s.-at chairs) 
Boston Cc.rsei & ^kirt Co., Geo. R. 

Taller, lii7 Summer 
POSrON UlAlll'E CO., A. 
•" C. Cushini, treas. 221 Wash. 

room A (lane.y goods) 

Bosttn Duck Co..B..nd8 Village, 

Mass.. Geo. F. Fabjan, treas. 69 

Franklin (sheetings ticks, &c.) 

Boston U.vewiiu 1 & Chemical Co., 

llii .Hilk. Jos. C. Stevens, treas. 

B(dyewoods. liquors and extracts) 
OSTi)N ELASTIC FABRICJ 
CO. Rmdoiph .M. Clark, treas. 
28 .Milk (rubber goods) 

Boston Exchange Co.. F. Cabot, 
treas. Hi .Mercn. Exchange 

Boston Flax .M.lls, Clias. T. Hub- 
bard, 8.3 Commercial (twines, 
webbing and crash) 

Boston Foiling Liui;) Shade Co., 
B. W. Williams, treas. 115 Court 
(lamp shades) 

Boston Forge Co , J. Smith trca». 
and agent 24 Ivdbv 

POSl'ON FURNITURE CO.. 

■" !:« Friend 

J^OSTON LEAD CO., J. II. 
Chalwick & Co., agents, 43 
Broad (lead of vuiious kinds- 
see pa-ie iis:»j 

gOSTON LOCK CO.,4.'? Ware- 
haul, J. P. 11 lynes, treas. (buil- 
ders hardware) 

Boston .Maehine Co.. First oor. 
(Jranite. Win. H. Hart, treas. 8 
Oliver (machinery all kinds) 



Boston Manuf. Co., G. Atkinson, 

lrei>8 (ill State (cotton goods) 
POSTON METALLIC ROOF- 
■" INO CO.. 18 Custom House 

St., W. H. Reed, treasurer 
Boston Milling Co., B. Randall, 

agent. 4.'! Broad (fertilizers) 
POSTON NICKEL PLATING 
-" CO., G.D. Allen, treas. 14 Pro- 
vince 
POSTON ORGAN CO., 39.5 
■^ Washington 

Boston Rice Mill, U Sargents' 
whf. O'llara .% Bullard, agents, 
Z; India (rice) 
Bosion liolling Mill, 19 Battery- 

miirch 
POSTON PAINT MILLS, 11 

and VS Hawkins 
Boston Redstone Co., W. B. 

Brown, treasurer, 13 Doane 
Bos on Rubber Shoe Co., 24 High 
(rubber goods), E. S. Converse, 
treas. 
Boston Star Collar Co., C. II. 
Alontagne, treas. 28 Arch (col- 
lars and cuffs) 
POSTON STEREOTYPE 
■" lOUNDRY, George Deake, 
agent, ID Spring lane (electro- 
typi' and stereotype plates, see 
page (i7.'i) 
Boston Sugar Refinery. James T. 
Haywartl, treasurer, 30 Broad 
(sugars, &c.) 
POSTON TELEGRAPH CON- 
■" STRIICTION & MAINTE- 
NANCE CO.. W. H. Mendell, 
manager, J. B. Stearns, electri- 
cian and engineer, l.S Doane 
POSTON WHEAT & BREAD 
■" CO , 14.S0 Washington Thos. 
J. Gaigan treus. (" T. D. Bond " 
crackers and aerated bread'! 
Boston Si Colorado Smelting Co., 
J. Warren Merrill, treas. 77 State 
POSTON & MAINE FOUN- 
^ DRY CO., Wakefield, Abn. J. 
Blanchard, I3'J Friend and 46 
Canal 
Boston and Sandwich Glass Co., 
S. H. Fessenden, 26 Federal 
(glassware, flint and colored) 
Boston & New York Slate & Tile 
Co., Poultney, Vt. J. H. Ward, 
treus. 70 Wash. 
PRANDON MINING CO., 
■^ Brandon, Vt., Charles Caver- 
ly, jr. selling agent, 47 C<m- 
gress (Mineral paints, kaolin, 
paper clay, ochre, &cA 
Burlington Woollen Co., Wino- 
oski, Vt., E. R. Mudge, Sawyer, 
& Co., 15 Cliauncy (tine beams, 
broailcloths, hlacfc doeskins) 
Cabrjt .Manufacturing Co., Bruns- 
wick, Me., F. Cabot, treas. 16 
Merchants Exchange (drills & 
sheetings) 
Central Mills, J. C. Howe & Co. 

51 Franklin 
Chelsea Oil Co , Chelsea, Carruth 
i Sweetser, 114 St te (linseed oil) 
Chicopee Manuf. Co.. Cliicopee 
Falls, Mass., E. R. Mudge, Saw- 
yer & Co., 15 Chauncy (cotton 
goods) 
China .Manuf. Co., Pembroke, N. 
H., F. M. Weld, treas., .^0 Cong. 
Clinton Mills Co., F. Cabot treas. 
16 -Merchant's Exch. (woollens) 
CUnton Wire Cloth Co., C. A. 

Whiting, trea<. Hi Kilby 
nOCHECO MANUF. CO., Do- 
^ ver, N. H., D. Park, treas. 8 
" Boston Post " building. Law- 
rence & Co. 13 Chauncv (prints) 
Coclieco Woollen Manuf. Co., 10. 
Rochester, N. H., Oenj. Piiijips, 
jr., treas. 4 Winthorp 'sq. (flan- 
nels) 
Color Printing Attachment Co., 
C. C. Livennore, manager, 66 
State (color printing attach- 
ments) 
Columbian Manuf. Co., Mason 
Village, N. U., Geo. F. Fobyan, 
treas. 69 Franklin (deniras, 
stripes, &c.) 
Continental Sugar Refinery, First, 
cor. Granite, Townsend & Co., 
agents, .36 Central 
ContincntuI -Mills, Lewiston, Me., 
William B. Wood, treas.40 State, 
(sheetings, jeans, &c.) 
Cordis -Mills. Millburv, J. S. & E. 
Wright & Co., 69 Franklin (cot- 
ton goods) 
Danvers Bleachery, Peabody, 
-Mass., Walker & Brotner, 17 
Merchant's row (bleaching and 
dyeing cotton) 



D 



Davol Mills, Fall River, Stoddard, 
Lovering, & Co., selling agents, 4 
Milk 

Derry Mills, Manchester, N. H., 
S. R. Payson, pres. 51 Franklin, 
(cassimeres) 
I G II T O N FURNACE C O., 
North Dightoii, George F. 
Gavitt, treas., Si6 and 9.S Norf- 
(gas, steam & water pipe, &c.) 

Douglas Axe Manuf. Co., East 
Douglas, D. D. Dana,215 Federal 
(axes, edge tools, &c.) 

Dover Stamping Co.. 88 and 90 
North, E. D Goodrich, pre*. 
H. N. Loveland, treas. 

Downer Kerosene Oil Co., 123 
First, Sain'l Downer, pres. W H 
L. Smith, treas. 108 Water 

Dudley Hosiery Co., R. S. Fay, 
treas. 65 Chauncy 

Dunnell Manuf. Co., Dexter, Ab- 
bot. & Co.. 24 Frankliu (lawns, 
calicoes. &c.) ' 

Dwight Manuf. Co., Chicopee, C. 
W. Freeland, treas. 14 Devon- 
shire (cotton goods) 

Eagle Mills, W.'Chelmsford, J. O. 
white, treas. 57 Summer (wool- 
lens) 

E. Carver Co., E. Bridgewater, A. 
Hobart, jr., 40 State (cotton gins) 
Eccentric Lock Co., New York, 
Chas. H. Stone, 1.3ii Federal ' 
Elba Mills, J. C. Howe & Co. 51 
Franklin "^ 

Elliot Felting Mill, Franklin City. 
Muss., S. AI. Weld, treas. 57 
Summer (felts) 
Elmira Nobles .>Ianuf.Co., Elinirs, 
N. Y., Adams & Chute, agenW, 
53 Kilby (hardware) ' 

Empire Brandon Paint Co., Bran- 
don, Vt., J. A. & W. Bird & Co; 
211 State (mineral paints) 
Essex Co., Lawrence, C. S. 3tow- 
row, treasurer, 47 State • ■ • 

Eureka Ventiladng Horse Cover 
Co., 102 and IU4 Fulton, P. ' B. 
Eager, treas. (oil clothilig and 
horse covers) ' 

Eureka Wringer Co., Waltham, T. 
J. Alexander, agent, 58 Federal 
]?VERETT MILLS, Lawrence, 
■^ D. D. Ciombie, treas. 82 Milk j 
Geo. C. Richardson & Co. 96 Dev- 
onshire (cottonades, flannels, 
sheetings, jeons, die-s goods, &c.) 
Exeter Manuf. Co., Exeter, N. H., 
Theron J. Dale, 61. Franklin 
(sheetings) ' 

Falls Co., Norwich, Ct, Upham. 

Tucker, & Co. 25 Chauncy 
JPITCHBURG DUCK MILLS, 
■^ George Bl..ckburn & Co., 134 
Congress (duck) ' 

Flax Leather Manuf Co., South 
Natick, David Fisk, treas. 1 
Batterymarch (leather board) 
Fletcher Manuf. Co., S. G. Trippe, 
agent, 166 Federal (boot and 
shoe laces, &c.,) ~ 

FLORENCE SEWING MA- 
CHINE CO., 141 Washington 
Forest River Lead Co., Salem J 
A. & W. Bird & Co. 211 State' 
(while and sheet lead) 
Fianconia Iron aud Steel Co., 
Wareham, Mass., W. E. Coffid 
& Co. 8 Oliver (iron and steel) 
Franklin Co.. Lewiston, Me., 
William B. Wood, treas. 40 State 
(sheetings and silesia) 
Franklin Woollen Co., Franklin, 
N. H., Chas. E. Jenkins, Ireaa. 
164 Congress (woollen goods) 
Fr ihock Last Co., Geo. W. Walker 
treasurer, otKce, 105 Pearl ' 

Fulton Iron Foundry Co., Dorch 
ave. cor. Foundry, S. B., Chas. 
A. Thacher, treas. 39 Broad 
(iron castings) 
Gillespie Governor Co., John 9, 
Rogers, treas. 19 John (hydraulic 
wuter wheel governors) 
Gilmanton Mills, Belmont, N. H., 
Lawrence, & Co., agents, 13 
Chauncy (cotton hosiery) 
Glendale Elastic Fabric Co., East 
Hampton, Stoddard, Loverine 
& Co., 4 .Milk *• 

Glendon Iron Co., T. T. Bouva, 

treas. 5 Liberty sq. (pig iron) 
Glenham Co., Perry, Wendell, 
Fay, & Co., 95 Chauncy (tancy 
cassimeres and cloths) 
Globe Full Co., Foundry st., T, 
U. Fuller, treas. (liurse and sho* 
noils) 
Globe Works, John Soutber & Co. 
foot of A St., S. B. 



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Manufacturing Co. 's— continued. 

Goiiic Maiiuf. Co., Gonic, N.H. 
Parker, Wilder, & Co., 4 Win- 
throp sq. (flannels) 

Granite Railway Co., O. E. Shel- 
don, agenl, .31 Pemberton sq. 

Granite Woolen Mills, J. C. 
Howe & Co. 51 Franklin 

Great Falls Manuf. Co., Great 
Falls, N. H., C. W. Frcelnnd, 
tre»s. 14 Devonshire (cotton 
goods and blenchery) 

Greenfield Tool Co., Greenfield, 
Mass., Charles H. Stone, aeent, 
136 Federal (carpenters' tools) 

G ROVER & BAKER SEWING 
MACHINE CO., "4 Summer 

rPHE GRUNDY CO., 38 and 40 

■*■ Congress 

Uadley Co., Holyoke, A. T. Ly- 
nian, treas, (53 Chauncy (spool 
cotton, tine yarns, warps, &p.) 

Hallowell Manui'. Co., Hallowell, 
Me.. J. C. Howe & Co., 51 Frank- 
lin (sheetines) 

Hamilton Manuf. Co., Lowell, 
Jas. A. Dupee, treas. 5 Pember- 
ton sq. (prints, flannels, Sc.,) 
nAMUvTON WOOLEN CO., 
Southbridge, G. Brewer & Co. 
S! Federal ; J. Ballard, jr., treas. 
41 State (delaines) 

Hampden Mills, Holyoke, P. T. 
Jackson. 24 Franklin (cotton- 
ades and einehams) 

Hay wardville Rubber Co., Stone- 
ham ; otfice, 70 State, room 2 
(rubber boots and shoes) 

Henderson Manuf. Co., Nepaug, 
Conn., Adams& Chute, 53 Kilhy 

HIDE & LEATHER MA- 
CHINE CO., Chester Guild, 
jr., agent, 04 High (see page t)59) 
liiU Manuf. Co., Lewiston Me., 
F. L. Richardson, agent St treas. 
40StntP (sheetings and shirtings) 
INGHA.M CORDAGE CO., 
Whiton, Brother, & Co., 33 
Commercial 
INKLEY AND WILLIAMS 
WORKS, 552 Harrison ave. 
Pocomotives) 

M. RICHARDS JEWELRY 
CO., 7 Green 
Hooksett Manuf. Co., Hooksett, 
N. H., R. M. Bailey, treas, 50 
Chauncy (cambric and print 
cloths) 
Hope Thread Co., Pawtucket, R. 
I., Cushing, Young, & Co., 58 
Bummer (spool thread) 

HOWARD CLOCK & WATCH 
MANUFACTURING CO., E. 
Howard & Co., agents, 114 
Tremont 
Hvde Park Woollen Co., Hyde 
Park, Chos. H. Allen, treas. 
63 Franklin (fancy cassimeres) 
Indian Manuf. Co., J. W. Daniels, 

treas. 57 Summer 
Indian Orchard .Mills, E. Atkinson, 
treas. 40 State (sheetings and 
shirtings) 
Inman Manuf. Co., Warren, R. I., 
F. A. Peirce, 89 Franklin (shoe 
and coiset laces) 
Ipswich Mills, Amory A. Law- 
rence, treas. 13 Chauncy(hosiery) 
Ipswich Woollen Mills, Ipswich, 
Mass., Zenas Cushing, treas. 41 
Franklin (yarns) 
Jackson Co., Nashua, N. H., J. 

S. Amory, treas. 82 Milk 
Kearsarge Mills, Portsmouth, N. 
IL. W. II. Thompson, treas. 16 
Pemberton sq. (heavy sheetings, 
tc.) 
Lacoiiia Co.,Biddeford, Me., John 
A. Blanchard, treas. 27 Sears 
building (shectiugs, shirtings, 
and drills) 
Ladd Manuf. Co., H. W. & G. 

F. Ladd, 39 Bowker 
Lancaster .Mills. Clintun, James S. 

Amory, treas. 82 Milk 
Lancaster Quilt Co., Clinton, E. 
D.Jordan, 242 Wash, (counter- 
panes) 
Laue & Bearsley Manuf. Co., 
Bartli tt, Swadkins, and Bliller, 
9o Devonshire (fancy buttons) 
r ANGDON MANUFACTUR- 
■•-' ING C'.)., Manchester, N. H., 
Gardner Brewer & Co., 57 Fed- 
eral, Wm. Amory, jr., treas. 67 
Federal (tine shirtings and 
silrsias) 
T AWRENCE DUCK CO., Law- 
^ rence, Isaac Thacher, treas. 
25 Commercial (cotton duck) 



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r AWRENCE M ANUFAC- 

^ TURING CO., Lowell, T. 
Jefferson Coolidge, treas. 12 Pem- 
berton sq., Geo. C. Richardson 
& Co., agents, 96 Devonshire 
(heavy and medium sheetings) 

Lawrence Woollen Co., Geo. P. 
Upham, treas. ,33 Milk (shawls) 

Leicester Mill, Cherry Valley, F. 
C. Fiske, trens. 86 High (wool- 
lens) 

Lenox Glass Co., Lenox Furnace. 
Mass., Page, Harding, & Co., 191 
State (rough phite glass) 

T EWiSTON MILLS, Lewiston, 

^ Me., Geo. L. Ward, treas. 96 
Devon., Geo.C. Richardson &Co. 
agents, 96 Devonshire (ticks, 
denims, stripes, coitoiiades, bags 
&c.,) 

Littleton WooU'-n Co., Littleton, 
N. H., Wm. H. Stevens, treas. 
242 Wash, (flannel) 

T OWELL BLEACHERY AND 

■L* DYE WORKS. Lowell, S. G. 
Snelling, 82 Milk (bleaching 
and dyeing) 

Lowell FeJtmg Mills, Lowell, 
M'ss., W. H. Thompson, 16 
Pemberton sq. (hair fulting and 
zt-phyr yarns) 

Lowell llosierv Co., Lowell, 
J. S. & E. Wright & Co., 69 
Franklin 

Lowell .Machine Shop, Lowell, J. 
Thomas Stevenson, 82 Milk 
(cotton machinery, turbines. &c.) 

T OWELL MANUFACTUR- 

^ ING CO., Lowell, Geo. C. 
Richardson & Co., agents, 90 
Devonshire, D. B. Jewett, treas. 
28 State (carpets, lastings, serges 
&c.) 
r OWELL WADDING & PA- 

^ PER CO., Lowell, Mass., F. 
M. Spaulding, agent, 69 Congress 
(JMamlla paper) 

Ludlow Manuf. Co., Charles T. 
Hubbard, treas. 83 Commercial 
(crash, yarns, gunny cloth, &e.) 

Lyman Mills, Molyoke, S. L. 
Bush, treas. 14 Devonshire (cot- 
ton goods) 
r YNDEBORO' GLASS CO., 
■"^ So. Lyndeboro,' N. H., ware- 
house 49 India 

Magee Furnace Co. ,.36 Union, W. 

E. Smith, treas. (furnaces, &c.) 
Manchester Print Works, Man- 
chester, N. IL, W. H. Thomp- 
son. Ireas. 82 Milk (cotton and 
worsted goods) 

MANNING MANUFACTUR- 
ING CO., 147 Milk, W. E. 
Manning, agent 

Mass. Cotton Mills, Lowell, Ho- 
mer Bartlett, treas. 60 State 
(sheetings, shirtings, &c.) 

Mass. Brick Co., Somervuie and 
Medford, R. II. Shelton, treas. 
12 Pemberton sq. (face and com- 
mon bricks) 

Merchants' Woollen Co., Dedham, 
Benj. Lincoln, treas. 31 Kilhy 

Merrick Ihread Co., HolvoKe, 
Lawrence & Co., 13 Chauncy 
(spool cotton and fine yarns) 

Merrimac Chemical Co., AVo- 
burn, C. T. Howad, treas. 
19 Doane (chemicals. &c.) 

Merriinae Hosiery ( o., Bristol, 
N. 11 , J. S. & E. Wright & Co. 
69 Franklin 

Merrimack Manuf. Co., Lowell. 

F. B. Crowningshield, treas. 60 
State (prints) 

Metallic Art Works, Curry & Co. 
agents, 15 State 
■TETALLIC HEEL CO., C6 
'■ Milk (see page 0.S0) 

Methuen Co., ..Melhuen, Nevins & 
Co. 29 Milk (cotton iute) 

Methuen Woollen Mills, Meth- 
uen, C. H. Allen, 53 Franklin 
(shawls) 

METROPOLITAN WASH- 
ING MACHINE CO., Mid- 

dlefield. Conn., Geo. U. Hood, 

agent, 97 Water 
Middlesex Bleaehery & Dye 

Works, Somerville, J. Lee, jr., 

proprietor, 9 India (bleaching 

dyeing, and printing) 
Middlesex Co., Lowell, R. S. Fay, 

treas. la Chauncy (woolen cloths 

and shawls') 
TVI IDDLESEX STONE BRICK 
■"^ CO., Wellesley, 12 Pemberton 

square 
Mitchell Granite Works, Quiney, 

office, 41 Kilby i C. R. Mitchell, 

agent (granite) 



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Monadnock Blanket Co., Marl- 
boro, N. H , Sabin & Page, 
agents, 118 Federal 

Monadnock Mills, Claremont, N. 
H., Francis J. Parker, treas. 39 
Kilbv (drillings and sheetings) 
" rOUNT EAGLE MANUF. 
CO., Johonnot & Saunders, 
agerts, 21 Dock sq. (tripoli pol- 
isn , see page (J46) 

Mount Hope Iron Co., J. M. 
Leonard, agent and treas. 120 
Milk (nails, iron & machinery) 

Mt.Tom Thread Co., E.Hampton, 
Bartlett, swadkins, & Miller, 95 
Devonshire (threadj 

Munroe Paper Co., Jas. S. Mun- 
roe. treasurer, 5 liberty square 

"MAMASKK MILLS, Manches- 

-'■' ter, N. H., Gardner Brewer & 
Co. 57 Federal (ginghams, shirt- 
ing and flannels) 

Narragansett Oil & Guano Co., 
Portsmouth, R. L, John B. 
Hatch, treas. 198 State 

Nashua Iron Co., M. A. Hernck, 
82 Milk 

NASHUA LOCK CO., Nashua, 
N. IL, C. B. Hill, treas. 139 
Federal (locks, latches, *c.) 

Nashua Manuf. Co., Nashua, N.H. 
James S. Amory, treas. 82 Milk 
(brown cotton) 

National Association Wool Man- 
ufacturers, John L. Haj es, stc. 
n Pemberton sq. 

National Button Co., Bartlett, 
Swadkins, & Milier, 95 Devon- 
shire (buttons) 

National Chen.ical Co., C. D. 
Weld & Bro. .proprietors, 46 Cen- 
tral (flavoring extracts) 

IVATIONAI. RUBBER CO., 

-'^^ Bristol, R. I., Clapp, Evans, & 
Co., agents, 28 Summer(see page 
6119) 

Nat onal R. R. Transportation Co. 
E. B. Crane, agent, 7 Pember- 
ton sq. 

TSJATIONAL SELF TIIREAD- 

■'-^ INO NEEDLE CO., J. B. 
Blanehard. trtas. 94 Tremont 

National Tube Works, E. Boston, 
W. S. Eaton, treas. 11 Pember- 
ton sq. (boiler tubes) 

Naumkeag Steam Cotton Co., Sa- 
lem, Mass., E<lmund Dwight, 
treas. 58 Franklin (cotton) 

Nemasket Cotton Mills. Middle- 
boro, Mass., Jenkins & Co., 119 
Milk, Lawrence & Co. agents, 
13 Chauncy 

Neponset Cotton Factory, Canton, 
A. M. Chose, tieas. 63 Chauncy 
(print cloths) 

New Bedford Copper Co., New- 
Bedford. Mass., Jos. B. Glover & 
Co. agents, .30 Central (yellow & 
bronze metal, &c.) 

New Bedford Cordage Co., New 
Bedford, Mass., Fearing, Rod- 
man, & Swift, 23 Commercial 

fUEW ENGLAND liU I'T CO., 

-'^ A. T. Young, agt., I;i9 Federal 

MEW ENGLAND CAR 

-"^^ SPRING CO., N.Y. Lily, 
Stephen G. Debiois, agent, 9 
D^iane(india rubber car springs) 

New England Cliemical Manuf. 
Co., Everett. William II. Foster, 
treas. 82 Milk (oil of vitriol and 
cnppejas) 

NEW ENGLAND FELT 
ROOFING CO., Levi L. Will- 
cutt, treasurer, 5 Libi rty square, 
(telt and rooting materials) 

New England llcmr Manuf. Co., 
Gorham Gray & Co., agents, 8 
Central 

New England Glass Co., Henry 
Whitney, 7 Federal (flint and 
glassware) 

]\JEW ENGLAND IRON CO. 

-•-^ 53 Sears build., Ambrose East- 
man, treas. (bar and shape iron 
bridges and roofs) 

■Vr E W E N G L A N D L T N E N 

-^^ HOSE MANUFACTURING 
CO., Works 148.' Tremont, F. 
W. Claessens, treas. 179 Wash- 
ington (linen and cotton engine 
hose, see front colored page) 

N. E. Paul Wooden Piivement Co. 
17J Barrister- Hall, J. D. Braman 

New England PhaimaceuticalCo., 
William J' Stetson jr., treas. 140 
Commercial (drugs, medicines, 
chemicals, &c.) 

New Englaud Pipe Works, 46 Con- 
gress, C. E. Sanborn, treas. 
(wrought iron steam and gas 
pipe and fittings) 



Clnes 'Pi-noe altered and fJT e^*- e..y.e, connected at shortnotlce, QAQ Waslilne- 
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New England Pump Manufactur- 
ing Co., John M. Tuibox, 8CC. 
24 Krieiid and 52 Klni (American 
submerged pump) 

New Engliind Slule & Tile Co., 
I'oiiltney, Vt., J. II. Ward, treae. 
71) Wasliinet 'U 

New Ensland Sprine Bed Co., 22 
School, J. E. Carpenter St. Co., 
general agents (spring bed bot- 
toms) 

New England Stafford Pavement 
Association, J. I>. liramun, s. c. 
17J Barristers tiall 

New Market Manuf. Co., New 
Market, N.II., J. Webster, treas. 
5!) Franklin (slieetingsand shirt- 
ings) 

Newt'in Cheriiical Co., Kirk Boott, 
treas. !l Hattirvmareh 

Newton Mills, B. R. Weld, treas. 
.50 Congress 

Newton Oil Co., C. M. Peirce, 
agent, .i S •. M.irket 

New York Car Spring Co., F. 
,1. Calhoun, aficnt,-"? Doane 
"OXOTtCK SILK CO , S. L. 
Hill, treas. 2 Bedford 

North Wayne Tool Co., Miine, 
Ames PI iw Co., ag'nts. Qaincy 
Hal:, (scythes, axes, hay kuives, 
be.) 
ORTON MILLS CO., N..rtnn 
.Mills, V'.,Geo. B. JaTiie<& Co. 
agents. U State (lumber, see 
piifje (iSSi 

Norwaik Look Co., So. Norwalk, 
Conn.. Chas. H. Stcme, lo(j Fed- 
eral (house trimmings) 
OKWAY IRO.V WORKS, 
D .rchester ave., Naylor & Co., 
ottice (i Oliver (iron and steel) 

Norway Plains Co., Rochester, N. 
H., F. Cibot, ireas. lii Mer- 
chant's Exchange (blankets and 
flinnels) 

Norwich Look Mimuf. Co., Nor- 
wich, Conn., A<lam8& Chute, 53 
Kilby (looks and hardware) 

XIOVELTY MANUF. CO., 50 
Sudhury 

■MOVELTY WOOD WORKS, 

•*■ J.J. McNntt. proprietor, Ware- 
hiin and Maiden (see page tiT'J) 

Ocean Mills, Xcwbnrypor . ■*. L. 
Bush, treasnrer, H Devonshire 
(cotton goods) 

Odorless Rubber Co., E. Potter & 
Co., agents,!)! lligii 

n^D COLO.VY DUCK CO., 

'-' Fearing, Rodman, & Swift, 25 
Commercial (cotton duck, see 
paae Wi) 

Onenial Coal Oil Co.,Charlestown, 
James Adauis. tr.-as. ;j2 Broad 
(naptha and petroleum) 

Oriental Print Work.s Apponaug, 
R. I., B. R. Weld, treas. 50 Con- 
gress 

Otis Co., Ware, J. S. & E. Wright 
& Co., (Jfl FranklinCdenims, ticks 
andho,ierv) 

Pacitic Mills, Lawrence, J. W. Ed- 
niarids, treas. .'U Kilby (calicos 
and worsted ilress goods) 

Patent Shoe Stay Co., A. Van 
Wasenen, treas., 5(j Pearl (shoe 
stays) 

Pawtueket Hair Cloth Co., Henry 
B. Metcalt it. Co., ageuts, tio 
Franklin 

Pemherton Co., Lawrence, H. S. 
Shaw, treas. l')il Congress (cotton 
and wool en goo Is) 

DiMBERlOX COLLAR CO., 
Chas. T. Gay,treas.24 Chauncy 

Pembroke Iron Co., Pembroke, 
Me., Win. E. Cortiii. H Oliver 
(bar iro.i, nails, and rivets) 

Pemoroke M Us, Pembroke, N. H. 
F. .M. Weld, trtas. 00 Congress 
(priiitcloths) 

Pepperell .Maiiuf. Co., Biddeford, 
Me., John A. Blanchard, treas. 
27 Sears building (sheetings, 
flannels, &c.) 

Phoenix Cotton Manuf. Co., Shir- 
ley Vilhii'e, Dexter, Abbot,& Co. 
24 Fraii;<liii (sheetings) 

Phuenix Factory, I'eterboro', N.II., 
B. I'hipps, jr., 4 Winthrop sq., 
(shootings ami drilimffs) 

Pine Va.l y .Mjiiuf. Co.,AVilton,N. 
H., H. A. Da iels, treas., (il Sta e 

Piltslicld .M.inuf. Co., Pittsflold, 
N.II., E. Dale, treas. (Jl Franklin 
(cotton sheetingaj 

Pittsford ynarry Co., C. H. Tyler, 
trens. 17 I'cmberton so. 

PLU.ME.% ATWOOD .MANUF. 

■^ CO., Waterburv, Conn.. B. F. 
Adams, agent, 13 Federal 



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Plumer Patent Last Boot & Shoe 

Co., C. T. Wood, agent, y Fed- 
eral 
Plymouth Cordage Co., 0. W. 

Si'ooiier. treas. 4> Kilby 
PLYMOUTH WOOLLEN & 
^ COT ION FACTORY, Ply- 

monih. Fearing, Rodman, & 

Swift. 25 Commercial (duck, &c. 

— see page rilS) 
Portland Brick Co., Portland, L. 

L. Fuller, treas. II Pemhert. sq. 
Portland Stone Co., George U. 

Good ich, agent. 4'.l Congress 
PR I N T E R MAXUFACTUR- 
-■■ IXG CO., 14 Kilby 
Putnam Manuf. Co., Providence, 

R. I., J. S. & E. Wright & Co., 

(jl) Franklin 
Road Manuf. Co., W. Read, jr., 

mamger, .il) Congress 
P FADING HARDWARE 
^^ WORKS, A.T. Young, agent, 

l.S!) l-'ederal 
Revere Copper Co., Canton, Jas. 

Djvis, treas. 41 Kilby (copper & 

yelloiv ni' tal) 
Reveisible Collar Co., Geo. N. 

Marsh, treas. 15 State (collars, 

cuffs, and bosoms) 
Robin.son Icon Co., Plymouth, 

Leeds. Robinson, & Co. agents, 

75 No th (nails and tack plates) 
Rockville Mills, Wm. D. Thayer, 

trea . 11!) Mdk 

>OX(UrRY CAR'ET CO., 
J. W. Blake, t eas. M. H. 

Simpson, asrent, 127 Milk 
Russell M lis, Plym uth, E. S. 

Tobey, treas. 15 bevousliirc(cot- 

ton duck) 
Russell & Erwin Manuf. Co., New 

Britain, Cimn.,Tbomas Flint & 

Co., 20 Federal (hardware! 
Saoo Water Power .Machine Shop, 

Biddeford, Me., Spencer W. 

Richardson, treas. 3 S ars buil- 
ding (cotton machinery) 
Salem Laboratory Co., t. P. Sy- 

monds, agent, 3 Central wharf 

(alum, viiriol, and acids) 
Salem Lead Co., Linder & Meyer, 

agents, 118 .Milk 
Salem and South Danvers Oil Co. 

T. P. Symonds, 3 Central wharf 

(kerosene and rosin oil) 
^ALISB^JRY MILLS, Ames- 
^ bury, Gardner Brewer & Co., 

57 Federal, John Gardner, treas. 

41 State (woollen goods) 
Salmon Falls Manuf. Co., Salmon 

Falls, N. II., Wm. G. Means, 

treas. 8 " Hostou Post" bldg. 

(cotton goods) 
Saratoga Vict irv Manuf. Co., Sar- 
atogaC .., N. Y., E. R. Mudge, 

treas. 15 Chauncy (cotton goods 

and cambrics) 
CAXONVILLE MILLS, J. W. 
^ Blake, trens., M. H. Simpson, 

aizent, 127 Milk (blankets) 
Scovill Maniif. Co., \. G. l.ovell, 

ru Federal (s'leet brass, clocks, 

buttons, &c.,) 
CILVER LAKE CO.. Vewton- 
'-' ville, Mass., Wellington Bros. 

agts. Gil Chauncv (pitent steam 

packing, .solid oriided c /rd,&c.) 
COUTH BOS I'OX IRON CO 
^ 55 Foundry and 2 Central whf. 

(ordnance and bronze castings) 
Ul'AXDARD SUG.VR REFIN- 
^ ERY, 12 Central, A. S. Tozier, 

agent 
U TARK MILLS, Manchester, 
^ N. H., <i. Brewer & Co., .57 

Federal ; Wm. Aniorv, treas. liO 

State (b igs. sheetings & drillings) 
Steam leat & Valve Co., Adams 

& Farr, agents, U l.indall 
Sturbridge Cotton Mill, Fiikdale, 

JuH. C. Fisk, treas., 15 Conaress 
Stevens Linen Works, Webster, 

H. S. Shaw, treas. l.'IO Congress, 

(linen goods) 
Sto:kbridge Iron Co., Elward L. 

Biker, treus., 44 Sears b lilding 
Suffolk Gla^s Co., So. Boston, W. 

H. Lock, agent, 78 Water (ulass 

ware) 
C U F F O L K VINEGAR 
'-' Wt)IllCS, Luke Perkins, agt., 

12'i Water (vinegar) 
SwiftRiver Co., Enield. Perry, 

Wendell, Fa. , & Co., iio Chaun- 
cy (fanny cassi meres) 
Taibot M Us, Parker, Wilder, & 

Co.. 4 Winthrop sri (fliniiels) 
"TAUNrO^f COPPr.R VIANUF. 
Co., T unton, Crocker, Bros., 
& Co 11 Broa 1 (copper,yellow 
metal, and zinc) 



Thorndike Co., Palmer, Geo. F. 
Fahyaii, treas. (i!) Fninklin (shirt- 
ings, p.ints, anil ticks) 

TiitEMONT AND SUFFOLK 

-■■ MILLS. Lowell, Dr. J C. A. er, 
treas , 14 Devonshire: Geo. C. 
Richardson & Co., agents, !M 
Devons'e(fl innel-. sheetings, &c.) 

Tremmit Vail Co .West VVareham, 
Horace P. Tobey, agt., IJO Milk 
(out nails) 

Tucker Manuf. Co., 117 and ll'.l 
Court, 11. S. Tav, treasurer 

Tutts Brick Manuf. Co., Somer- 
ville, Leonard Winch, treus. 16 
Pemberton si^. 

TTNDEKHILL EDGE TOOL 
^ CO.. C. B. HiU, treasurer, 13!J 
Federal 

Union Comb Co., J. M. Green- 
wood, ig nt, II *iimnier 

TTNION GLASS CO., Somer- 
^ vdle, J. P. Grego-y, agent, 115 
Milk (flint glass ware) 

Union Hardware Co., Walcott- 
ville. Conn., C. U. Stone, 138 
Federal 

Union .Manuf. Co., West Peter- 
boro', N. H., Benj. Phipps, jr., 
treas. 4 Winthrop sq. (sheetings) 

Union Maniif.Co., Norwalk, I onn. 
Almy& Co., .38 Franklin (felt 
clotn and linings) 

TTNION STONIC CO., Everc't, 

•J J. F. Wood, treas. -9 Ki.by 
(see inside back cover) 

Union Sugar ReHncry, Charles- 
town, John Ayres, treas. 1 Cen- 
tral wha'f 

Union Worsted Co., N. D 
Jaquith & Co., agts., 8'J Franklin 

TTNITED NICKEL CO., G. D. 

^ Allen, treas. 24 Kilbv 

U. S. & Foreign Salaminder Fel- 
ting Co., 27 Doane, Calhoun & 
Grant (felting) 

TTNITED STATES STAV- 

^ DARD NUT CO., Geo. II. 
Fox,tre:i8. 7 Lind dl 

rjNITED STATES VEVTIL- 

^ ATION CO., Luther Robin- 
son, agent, 40 Congress (patent 
ventilators) 

Vassalboro Woolen .Mills, H. Ilas- 
for I, treas., 4! Franklin 

Venlilati.ig Waterproof Shoe Co., 
W. H. Wheelei, treas. Dl) Milk 

Waltham Bleachery, Geo. Atkin- 
son, treas. (iO State (bleaching & 
dyeing) 

Warren Cotton Mill-, West War- 
ren, J. S. & E. VVrighi. & Co , t)9 
Franklin 

Warren Hosiery Co., I.A. Hatch & 
Co. 18 Kings, on 

Washington MilH, Lawrence, H. 
F. Coe, treas. 15 Chauncy (wool- 
l ns, worsted and cotom "oods) 

WAPERBURY BUTTON CO. 

Waierburv, Conn.. Holmes, 

Booth, .% It lydeiis, 17 Fedeal 

W ite-rloo Woollen M muf. Co., 
Waterloo, N. Y., Almy & Co., 38 
Franklin (woollen snawls) 

Wtuinb ck Co.. .Milton Mills, N. 
H., F.Cabot, t eas. Hi .Merch nt's 
Ex thange(rtan .els) 

Webster .Mainif to, Pembroke, 
N. H., F. M. Well, treas. SO Con- 
Webster Woollen Mills, Sebattis- 
ville. Me., O. B. Coe, treas. 55 
Franklin (wool. en goods) 

Weymouth Iion Co., Nahura 
Stetson, treas. 1.34 .Milk (cut uuils 
and spikes) 

Wheeler Cotton Mills, Millbury, 
Dexter, .\bliot, & Co., agents, 24 
F'ranklin (ootio is) 

Whitteiiton Manuf. Co., Taunton, 
Faulkner, Kimball, & Co., 5J 
Franklin (cotton goods) 

Williinintic Linen Co., Williman- ' 
tic. Conn., Geo. S. Moultnn & 
Co., yii Summer (spool cuttoa 
thread) 
Wilton Manuf. Co., Wilton, N. H. 
Hiram A. D iniels. Ul State (car- 
pe. yarn and tilling) 
Winthrop Mills, F. Cabot, treas. 
11! Merchant's Exi-h., (blan>ets> 
Wolf boro' .Mills, Wolfboro, N. H. 
Parker, Wilder & Co., 4 Win- 
throp sq. (blankets) 
Y A u E LOCK CO.. A. T. 

■*■ Young, agent. 130 Federal 
yORK MANUF. CO., Saco, .Me. 

-^ H. Temple, treas. I(i Pember- 
ton sq.; Geo. C. Richardson & 
Co., agents, IX! Devonshire (den- 
ims, cottonades, ticks, stripes, 
and dress goods) 



Bronzes, Cbcks, Vases, Card«'^*'^*,^JL?^'.1i''a^ry^"fl»l^^?"'*'- 



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Maps and Charts. 

JJUFFORU JOHN H. 490 Wash. 

1|AMMETT J. L. 37 Brattle 

Holzer U. 541 Wash, (mounter) 
Swallow F. It. 11.5Leverett 
■ytTALLING H. F. lUii Chaunny 

WHITE & KING, 472 Wash. 

Alarble Dealers. 

Borrowscale John, baBtinent 31 
Kilby (mantles) 

Bowker, i orrey, & Co. 118 Port- 
land, r. Chai don (importers) 

nAKEW H. J. E. 6W) and 502 

^ Treniont 

HALL CHAS. E. & CO. 101 
Haverhill ard W Cliarle.«town 
His- e b ck colo.td page) 
AKRINOTON JOliN.at Cam- 
bi idgtport, ordi r box 22 ^tate 
Hiizard Samuel L. 59 Bromreld 
TJOXIE T. W. & CO. 3S Long 
^^ whait 

T EIGHTON D. & J. W. ,35 
^ Haverhill 

MAINE W. H. 91 and 93 Haver- 
hill 
W cNALLY MICHAEL, 394 
-^'^ and 39S Harrison avenue 
TV] IDDLESEX STONE BRICK 
-^ •*■ CO. 12 Pemberton square 
UENRiiYN MARBLE CO., 
■*■ Story & Mellen, proprs. 112 

Tremont 
POWER RICHARD & SON. 83 
•'■ Haverhill and 74 &7ii Be\erly 
Quincy Marble Works, H. Mc- 

Grath,41 Kilby 
Shattuck S. W. 59 Bromfield 
Sirague Francis & Co. 11 Central 

(auct-oneers) 
Taylor W. C. 102 Beverly and 103 

Haverhill 
Thomiison J. PS Dorchester ave. 
fpORREYS St CO. Bl Beverly 
-'■ (American and toreign) 
Wentworth A. & Co. 17 and 60 

Haverhill 
Wentworth O.M. 45 and 47 Haver- 
hill 
VOUNG & EMERSON, 75 State 
and 445 Commercial 

Alarble Tool Afaniifs. 

Bhickington H. A. 88 Travers 
Gill M. U. & Co. ;'iO Beverh 
Aluhoney J. A., CUailestown, 

junct. Beverly 
Graves John, 37 Haverhill 

Marble Workers. 
Bowker, Tcrrey, ,4 Co. 118 Port- 
land, corner (Jhardon 
(lAREW H. J. E. ;02 Tremont 

Downes F. J. 50 Ea^t Canton 

Doyle Owen, 1048 TreUKJit 

Finn James, 410 Ireiiiont 
VLVj 
ham, n. Albany 
i.LL CHAS. E. 
Haverhill umi l>'.i Charlestow n 
(see back lolored i age) 

Harmon .% Coogan, 420 1 reinont 
IIARRINUTON JOHN, 134 

•*■■'■ Main, at Cainbridgeport, or- 
der box 22 State 

1 I YLAND WILLIAM, 4B2 Tre- 

-'■^ mont and Souih Bay wliarf, 
Albany street 

T EIGHION D. & J. W. 35 

-■-' Haverhill 

MAINE W. H. SI and 93 Haver- 
hill 
McAWLEY E.& SON, 97Ware- 
ham 
WcGarvey A. 92 Hampden 
JicNALLY MICHAEL, 394 and 

398 Harrison avenue 
TUEANY EDWARD F., Albany 
-^'■*- opp. Warehani and 22 State 
(see page Ii.s5) 

MIDDLESEX STONE BRICK 
CO. 12 ^elnberton^qual•e 
Siilmore J. & J. 434 Tremont 
Mulrey I'atri k, Harrison avenue, 

ne.ir Warren 
Mulrey T. D. 1940 & 1942 Wah. 
PEACOCK CHAS. L., E. Ded- 
■^ ham, n. Albnnv 
POWER RiLllARD & SON, 83 
•*■ Haverhill ai d 74 & 70 Beverly 
rpORREYS & CO. 01 Beverly 

Wentv,orth A. & Co. 17 and CO 

Uaverlilll 
Wentworth O. M. 45 Haverhill 
WENTWORTH WM. H. & C O. 
^^ 14 .Marshall and IS Bowker 



Marble Workers' 
Xools. 

TVILKIN«ON A. J. & CO. 2 
' ' Washinglnn (see page 704) 

M^arlne Railway. 

Kelly D. D.. Sumner, corner Peo- 
ples' Ferry avenue 

Markets. 

Blackstone,72 to 92 Blackstone 
BoTLSTON,433 Washington 
Central, 50 North 
Fanel'H, Hall, N'Tth and South 

Market streets, and Faueuil Hall 

building 
Lakeman, Blackstone, cor. North 
Mekkimac, Slerrimac, corner 

Market 
St. Chaklfs, Beach, cor. Lincoln 
Sl'FFOLK, Portland, cor. Sudbury 
Tki-mont, 92". Tremont 
L'MON, Union, between North 

and Hanover 
Wasiiinoton, "90 Broad'y,S.B. 
Wasiiinohin, 1(>'5 Washington 
Williams, 1002 Washington 

Marketinen. 

Adams John, ?:7 Washington 
Adanjs & Co. 52 Washington 
Ashby K. P. 40 Washington 
Baker W. W. li Lakeman 
Baker & Wilson, 18 and 61 Trem't 
Ball C. S. 7 Union 
Barnes M. E. 14 Central 
Barnes Z. S. « St. Charh s 
Batche der C. W. 2 Lakeman 
Beinis Geo. 3 Fnneuil Hall 
Bent Thos. A. & Co. 23 Lakeman 
Bickford J. H. 18 New F. Hall 
Bird H. & Co. 40 Fantuil Hall 
Bird & Learned, 23 New F. Hall 
tlakeS. P. 12St. Charles 
Bowers H. M. .^3 W ashington 
Brieham Hubbard, 10 Boylston 
Brimbecom St Co. 16 New F. Hall 
Brown Geo. D. 15 New F. Hall 
Brown Geo. T. St Co. 34 W ash. 
Brown Henry T. K Central 
Bnrnham W. S. 6 Bovlston 
BurriU Samuel, 11 Lakeman 
Burt Seth F. 24 Kai.euil Hall 
Carleton W. H. 27 New F. Hall 
Carroll Patrick H. 7 Central 
Chamberhn C. P. 2 St. Charles 
Chase Otis N. cellar. 1 AVilliams 
Child & Wilson, 47 Washington 
Ciibh & Lambert, 21 Washington 
Copeland M. J. & Co. 70 F. Hell 
Corson Hiram, 12 Suttolk 
Crawford Edwin W. 7 Boylston 
Crosby W. m Faneuil Hall 
Cunis,Knowles,Sl:Co. 13 Lakeman 
Damon J. L. 14 Blackst ne 
Damon Kendall H. 6 Blackstone 
Dani. Is Benj. W. 3 Union 
Davis Daniel S. 8 Boylston 
Davis H. D. 14 Lakeman 
Dole C. G. 19 New Fant uil Hall 
Ijowns A. P. IM Central 
Dovie H. N. & M. J. 14 Bovlston 
Dunbar D. A. 12 Fiim uil Hall 
Dunnehs H. P. 12 Ui ion 
Dunning J. H. 75 Faneuil Hall 
DyerC. H. 31 V\ a>hii.gton 
Dyer St Frosr, 2 F;Mieuii H.ill 
Ellis G o. St Co. 12 boylston 
Esty William, 16 and lis Wi.liams 
1 letclier Calvin T. 13 Union 
Fletcher J. V. 66 Faneuil Hall 
Flint S: Rii hards, 28 Faneuil Hall 
Flyi.n D. A. 11 St. Charles 
Fhnu J. N.3St. Cha Ks 
Folsom W. H 13 Po.v Iston 
Fors.Mh Robert, 26 Washington 
loote Oscar, II Lakeman 
Frost S.F. 25 Wilhanis 
Gardner JoseiJi, 11 Williams 
Gates Milton N. 10 Blackstone 
Gaut S. N. & Co. 5 Boylston 
Gile Simon W. 16 Lakeman 
Glover John L. 17 Blackstone 
Goldsmith S: Goss, 12 Siitt'olk 
Griggs G. W. 11 Central 
Gross I. S. 62 Fnneuil Hall 
Hartwell D. G. 24 New F. H. 
Hartshorn Geo. W. 8 Suffolk 
Haskell A. F. St Co. 2 Wiil.ums 
Hask'll B.I. 15 Blackstone 
Hill G. S. 3- Washington 
Hill I. W. 4 New Faneuil Hall 
Hilton J. F. 5 Faneuil Hall 
Hiscock S. & Son,9 taneuilHall 
Hixon W. F. ,38 Wash. 
Hixon Win. S. 4 Tremont 
Holbrook J. Q. A. 17 Lakeman 
Holdcn E. St Son. 49 Faneuil Hall 
Homes W. H. 12 New F. Hall 
HooL's S. F. St 0>. IS Blackstone 
Ilosfbrd Oscar, 5 St. Charles 



Jewett Si Porter, 43 Washington 
Johnson Benj. 1 and 3 F. Hall 
Jordan Geo. F. 20 Central 
Keay D. C. 19 Blackstone 
Kimball E. D. St Co. 37 F. HaU 
Kimball Bros. 54 F. Hall 
Kittredge S. F. & E. L. 1 Williams 
Lamson H. P. 5 Blackstone 
Lawrence H. L. & Co. 4.'^ F. Hall 
Learnard S. S. 50 Faneuil Hall 
Learned D. W. 20and 22 WiUiams 
Learned Thos. 2»S Fouith 
Leshuer St Wilsn, 47 and 49 Wash. 
Locke H. 42 Faneuil Hall 
Lockwood Hiland, 34 F. Hall 
Lunt J. G..35 Washinalon 
Lynde Chas. B. SUnion 
Marshall & Locke, 28 New Fan- 
euil Hall 
Marshall & Ray, 7 Suffolk 
Martin C. 7 Blackstone 
Mayhew Francis, 12 Suffolk 
Mayo Brothers, 19 Central 
Mead B. 1 Blackstone 
Melvin John A. 8 Lakeman 
Melvin Wm. 16 Faneuil Hall 
Mills Bailey T. 3 Boylstin (base- 
ment) 
Nsy St Chamberlain, 46 F. 11 11 
Newhall Chas. jr. 4 Blackstone 
Niles Bros. 31 l^ew F. Hall 
■MORTH, MERIAM, & CO. 27 
-'•^ and 2.1 Faneuil Hall(see p. 687) 
Noyes E. A. 8 Central 
Noyes I. E. 21 New F. Hall 
O'Brien Timothy H. 5 Lakeman 
Oliver D. M. St Co. 26 New F. 

Hall 
Osgood E. A. St Co. 20 Suffolk 
Page Perkins C. 24 Suffolk 
Parish J. 2, 4 and 6 Williams 
Parker Samuel A. W. 3 Boylston 
Parker T. L. St Co. 13 Central 
Parkhurst W. A. 14 Suffolk 
Pearson John, 56 Faneuil HaU 
Peaselee Cyrus, 3 Lakeman 
Perkins Spencer k Co. 4 Lakeman 
Pillsbury & Smith, 13 St. Charles 
Pratt A. 5 Suffolk 
Pratt St Fitch, II New F. Hall 
Preseott St Thompson, 2 Black- 
stone 
Prindle J. D. 69 Faneuil Hall 
Reed E. G. 3 Blackstone 
Rice C. He O. m Faneuil Hall 
Ridley, West, S: Co. 10 Lakiman 
Robbins Nathan, .33 Faneuil HaU 
Robinson L. 11 Suffolk 
Rollins J. A. & C. 31 Faneuil HaU 
Kouillard Geo. 11 Boylston 
Russell G. S. 2 Boylston 
Russell Bros. 17 Faneuil HaU 
RusseU & Kimball, 20 Fan. HaU 
Sinderson J. G. 41 and 4.3 F. Hall 
Sawyer St Kittredge, 8 Williams 
Seavey Geo. O. 11 Blackstone 
SEVERANCE C. A. 4 Union 

Severance & Haley. 78 F. Hall 
Sherman J. W. 10 Central 
Simonds David, 5S Faneuil Halt 
Simonds G. H. 47 Faneuil Hall 
Simonds Otis, 45 Faneuil Hall 
Simonds William S: Co. 6 Suffcilk 
Smith Samuel A. 16 Blackstone 
Smith St Frost, 19 WiUiams 
Southard Emerj- 8c Co. 9 Lakemnn 
Southwick B. F. 1 and 3 Suffolk 
Squire John P. S: Co. •£', F. HaU 
Stackpole O. 9 Suffolk 
Stacy E. S. 6 and 8 F. HnU 
Stone ft Livermoie, 20 Central 
Swan & Fitch, 1 N. Faneuil HaU 
Swan Sc Newton, 18 F. Hall 
Tinkham E. & Co. 4 Boylston 
Treat Andrew, 6 and 8 Union 1 
Treat A. 6 New F. HaU 1 

Treat J. A. 26 New F. HaU 
Tryi n James, 1 Lakeman 
Tryon S. C. St Co. 13 New F. HaU 
Tucker Isaac, 1 Bovlston 
Viles G. 20NewF. HaU 
Walker James G. 2 and 4 Central 
Washburn A. J. 27 Washington 
Wason Robert, 15 Union 
WATERHOI'SE St McCOY, 
*' 15 and 17 Central 
Wentworth T. S. 12 Central 
White R. :« Washington 
Wild G. W. & H. M. 17 and 19 

Suffolk 
Williams M. 13 and 15 F. HaU 
Williams Sr Wilson, 30 Wash. 
Woods Wm. 29 Washington 
Woodbridgc S. F. S: Co. 65 F. Hall 
Woodbridge S. H. 12 Lakeman 

Fruit and Vegetables. 
Avery Maynard, 12 F. H. (re'lar) 
Bourne & Co. 13 F. Hall (cellar) 
Cheney, Unham, S: Co. 10 New F. 

HaU (cellar) 
Colson J. V. & Co. 23 Tremont 



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197 



Conant ft Bcnn. 84 F. Hall 
Cotton J. C. 2 Treinoiit 
Curtis & Co. IM and II*; F. Hall 
Davis, Cliaoin, & Co. S! F. Hall 
Dwycr AiitlKUiv, Hi Trcmont 
Erskino .lames Y. I! Tiomont 
Fnrnuin .t Co. \a-< and 110 F. Hall 
Glcason W. & Co. 13 Fan. Hall 

(cellar) 
Glover B. T. .il Washington 
Gordon John k Co., New F. Hall 

(cellar) 
Greenwood E. H. 22 Wash. 
Hull, Chesmun. Jb Co. «l F. Hall 
Hall Si Cole, 102 Fancuil H.iU 
Harrington A. J. " New F. Hall 

(cellar) 
Hiland, Smith, Jk Locke, 07 F. Hall 
Hill .1. F. -t Cm. lor Faneuil Hall 
Hill S. L. ii; Trfmont 
Hill, Til)lK'tts, & Co. 103 F. Hall 
HoojiiT Il.-nrv, 41 Wash. 
J OIINSOX D. S. 2 Union 

Knox J. L. 14 St. Charles 
Lawrence Chas. (J New F. Hall 

(cellar) 
Locke I. ini Faneuil Hall 
Lons C. C. !tl Faneuil Hill 
Lowell Bros. 4 New F. Hall (cel- 
lar) 
Mackintosh & Co. 103 F. Hall 
Maxwell & Andrews, 7 New F. H'l 
Mills B. T. 2 Bovlston (cellar) 
Morrison Chas. l3. & Co. 14 F. Hall 

(cellar) 
Onion E. M. 30 Washington 
Osborn A. W. New F. Hall (cel- 
lar .■!) 
Patch A. G., New F. Hall 
Perkins Gilhert, 1 Union 
Sands, Fiirber, & Co. W F. Hall 
Siwyer.t Kittred^e, S Williams 
Sears & Keves, 1 Centr,il 
Severance D. E. 1 Union 
Shute S nuuL'l. 1.5 Lakeman 
Simmon Is, Am<d.Mi, & Co. 04, 96, 

and !H Faneuil Hall 
Smallev & Jnhns.m, Ifi Boylston 
Southwick B. F. 1 and .3 S'uflfolk 
Tilton SiniucI & Co. 10 F. Hall 

(cellar) 
Tnrner E. F. fi7 Tremont 
Wellington & Reed, 15 Boylston 
Whitmin (>. M. 12 Tremont 
Whitney E. T. basemeut2 Suffolk 

and 2! Suffolk 
Whittier .Mozart, 37 Washington 
Winn, Kic'ker, !k Co. 03 F. Hall 
Woods William, 2S Washington 

Butter awl Ctieese. 
Aldrich A. & Co. ,S2 F. Hall 
Aldrich A. .M. 4 F. Hall (cellar) 
Aldrich & Tinkhan, 6 F. H. (cel- 
lar) 
Bates A. E. 16 Central 
Benton, Caverlv, & Co. 76 F. H. 
Blossom H. A. & Co. 7 Lakeman 
Bowers II. M. 3 Tremont 
Boynton Geo. O. 10 New F. H. 
Bryant & Scates, 17 New F. H. 
Chamberlin C. C. 70 F. Hall 
Chamn Geo. T. 13 Blackstone 
Cobleigh Geo. 10 Wash, market 
Crosby Bros. & Co. .57 and .50 F. H. 
Decatur, Stevens, & Co. 12 Black- 
stone 
Delano & Dinsmore, 1 F. H. (cel- 
lar) 
Favor E. W. 10 Tremont 
Fuller Luther, 14 Union 
Gass. Doe, & Chapin, 63 F. Hall 
Gaut S miuel N. & Co. .5 Boylstcm 
Goodall E. K. & Co. 3 New F. H 
Q.OODWIN C. H. 9 Central 

Goodwin & Weniwn.th, 13 Trem't 
Green & Lovell, 74 Trem nt 
Hadley U. It. k Son, 2.5 N. F. H. 
Harmon A. 7 Williams 

'.'."i'j"'-"' "•'^- * S""- '' St. Charles 
I J IL rox BROS. & CO. 3 F. H. 
7, >nir.et(cellar) 
Hinckley J; Avers, .5 N. F. H. 
Hosmer .1. jr. & Co. 3 New F. IL 
Hovey H. A. & Co. .32 F. Hall 
Huntley Russell, 8 Blackstone 
Ludwie Hins. K, N. F..' e lil HaU 
Marsliall ,<: R ,y, 7 Suffolk 
Ala tin () II !i Tit-mont 
Masury .lohn C. 2.''Trernont 
JJcvlel ai ,<: Sinilh. 7.' Tiemont 
Meloon .<£ Chaiiin, 12 Blackstone 
Merriam ,<; I'liill.ioiik,2 New F. H. 
Nutter W. E Hand 11 Tremont 
Osgood F,. A. & Co. 20 Suffolk 
Page Perkins C. 24 Suffolk 
Pendengist P. B. ,V Co. .5 Central 
Prince htephen, 12 Williams 
Read it .loncs, .5 F. H ill (cellar) 
Robinson L. U Suffolk 
Sanger, Ludwig, & Co. ,34 N. F H 



Scovell O. A. 9 New F. Hall 
Sears & Keyes, 1 Central 
Treat O. E. 10 Union 
Wudleigh .1. P. .-W Wash, market 
Waitt P. R. 1.3 ami 1.5 Suffolk 
Walker, English, & Co.O Bovlston 
Watts & Willis, 2 F. II. (cella-) 
Willis & Butterheld, 7 F. H. sq. 

Fish. 
Bacon John & Son, 1 Boylston 

(cellar) 
Foster & Johnson, 114 F. Hall 
Freeman James E. 24 Williams 
Kent P. IH Laliemun 
Knowles J. & Sons, 121 F. Hall 
LitchHeld E. A. 22 Union 
Newman & Krogman. 3' N. F. H. 
Prior P. H. & Win J. 127 F. Hall 
Proctor C. St. Charles 
Ricli Samiit'l. 2 and 4 Suffolk 
Shiittuck C.P. 2 Boylston 
Shattu k & Jones, I'iS K. II. 
Upton R. A. & S.I I, .52 Wash. 
Wallicri Rich, 113 F.ineuil Hall 

Miisonlc Bucks. 



Masonic Jewelry. 

Q.U1LD & DELANO, 2 Winter 

pOLLARO & LEIGHTON, 104 

Tremont 
WT^ARREN & RICH.\IOND, 7 
'" Tremont row 

Afsisonic Regalia. 

gENT & BUSH, 275 Wash. 

UPEAR JAMES E. 50 School 
^ (see page 602) 

Slasons, Colorers, and 
"VVh.teners. 

Adams & Barstow, 22 State 
Adams Nailian'l, 4.5 Upton 
Adams Win. 41 Dover 
Anderson A. 22 State 
Arnold E. A. 103 West Concord 
Arnold Thomas F. 18 Mall 
Atkins S. P. 22 State 
Averv Allien, 2J Slate 
2JALL0U & CO. 112 Portland 

Barney C. C. & G. C. 22 State 
Barstow A. C. 68 i Fifih 
Bates J. 20 Province 
Ba.xter Chas. W. 18 Bedford 
Bean Ivory, 22 State 
Bell G. M., Prince, cor. Hanover 
Belt & Sampson, 4.50 Bnadway 
Bowers John L. 60 Middle 
Bryant F. A. W., Washington n. 

Union Park street 
Burlen Moses, 84 Leverett 
Carieton Bros. 20 Sudbury 
Caton Asa II. 22 State 
Chipman Chas. & "^on, 22 State 
Clapp Howard, .523 Fourth 
Cobiirn Joseph W. 22 State 
Collins W. F., Northampton, cor. 
Swett, and Dudley, cor. Har- 
rison avenue 
Cooper Isaac C, Albany, foot of 

Canton 
Crooker I. S. 8J Alden 
Cuibert .M. R. 22 State 
Cuinmings R. 72 Revere 
T) A M R E L L THO.MAS, 52 
■^ Sudbury 
Dewing Btn i. F. 22 State 
Dimnnd & Hutchins, 52 Sudbury 
Dix M. S. 4Sfl Tremont 
Dfiwning Emanuel, 135 Princeton 
TkR.VKE TIIOS. E. 123 West 
^ Brooklilie 
Fox Chas. A. .53 Appleton 
Fox Chas. J. 165 Boylston 
Freeman N. .37 Province 
French S .inuel, 19 rteach 
Gardner Laban L. .59 Devonshire 
George A. J. 4"* Portland 
Gorman David W. rear 29 Kings- 
ton 
Greenwood J. F., Dorchester ave. 

cor. Commercial, ward 16 
Hewitt Geo. S. 9 Boylston 
Hewitt & Webster, 2.' Stale 
J^ICKS S. F. 101 West Brookline 

Hines F. M. 474 Tremont 
Hodsdon Chas. H. 15 Dudley 
Hussey & Lowe, 40.1 Harvard 
Jacolis David H. 22" State 
Jacobs J. S. 41 Province 
JeiikinM G. 21! Province 
Jenkins Horace, 7 Bedford 
Jenkins William, Dorchester ave. 

near Lincoln, ward 16 
Jones E. M. 1.J07 Washington 



Joselyn Henry E. 22 State 
Keiiney C, VV., Francis pi. 
Leighl'on J. W. 22 State 
Lincoln J. W.4S So. Russell 
Litchticld T. T. 11 Ch ipnian pi. 
Lord David F., White, cor. Put- 
nam, E. 15. 
I>othrop A. 22 State 
Luthe' Slacle, 31 Bowker 
Mack J. 200 Cambridge and 22 

State 
MansHelrt & Laws, 346Wa8hington 
Matson H. 4.5 Village 
M oiiev (). 1). ,t C.i. 2.50 Tremont 
Morse Mark, .501 Sixth 
Morse .% Blake, H Stoddard 
Neal James P. 17 N. (irove 
Nich-ls S. W. & Sons, I Medturd 
Page G. & J W. 7.3 Pleas .nt 
Palmer D R. l.iii Friend 
Parker Thomas, 22 State 
Parsons C. E. 8 C^hardon 
Pearson E. 803 Albany 
Pickett J. J. 22 Stale (st. pointer) 
Pickett & Loveriug, 22 State (stone 

pointers) 
Pierce Frederic L., Adams, near 

Codinan, ward 16 
Pierce Jeremiah, Neponset a c., n. 

Adams, ward 16 
Pierce Otis S. rear 18-9 Wasli'iton 
Prescott B. F. 22 State 
Prince John, lli7 B. rder, E.B. 
Quigley H. R. 50 Sawyer 
Qtiinlan Thomas, Downer 
Rice H. B., Kneeluiid, n. Hudson 
Richardson John F. under Masa^ 

chusetts House 
Roberts K. ."i., Lamson ct. E.B. 
Roberts T.J. 22 State 
Ross & Murray, 22 State 
Rounds Benj. T. 173 Canib-idge 
Rounds Bros. 6 Creek sq are 
Rumery & Maxw. 11, 22 State 
Sanborn S. 1879 Washington 
Sayward Win. 22 State 
Scri' ner E. .37 Richmond 
Sears J. & Son, 22 Slate 
Seavey James W 123 Chelsea 
Simpson Robert, 22 State 
Smith & Donovan, A, near B'way 
Staiidish k Wooilburv.'Xi Bromfl'rt 
Stephens G. B., oider box 194 

Shawmnl avenue 
Stevens Win. A. 154 Lexington 
Stoddard E. 4 Hayraarket place 

and 18 Avery 
Stii.irt, Snow, & Co. 22 State 
S'udley S. 10 Chardon 
Thaver Jairus, 26 Hawley 
Tutile Abraiu D. under WiUiann 

market 
Tuttle S. J. & G. 22 State 
Union Chas. H. 470 Tremont 
Ventres S. J. (oven builder) order 

box 137 Cambridge 
Vinal A., River, cor. Chestnut 
Vinal G. G. & J. M. 721 Wash- 
ington 
Vinal W. B., Dale, corner Shaw- 

miit avenue 
Warren Hriggs T. 2 Cari'es place 
Watson J. T. & J. W. 2 Beimet 
Wentworth 0. 1.34 h riend 
Webster & Dixon. 22 State 
Wells M. F. 62 Barton 
Weston & Sheppard, -'2 State 
Wheeler W. J. S E. P. 22 State 
Whiddcn Thomas J. 22 State 
Whiiehouse S. K. .33 Clielsea 
Wi-ittlesey & CotHn, 22 State 
Wilev Robt. R. •J2 State 
"UrOODBERRY CHAS & SON, 
*^* L'3 Co, gress 
Woodman S. li. 7 E. Springfield 
Woodman & Over, 67 Warren 
Young & Webl), 87 Hudson 

Afusons' Supplies. 

L^iLO YD VVM. II., Teiiean wharf. 

Commercial, ward 16 
WALDO J. ADAN, 13 Lihe ty 
sq. (see front colored page) 

Masters In Chancery. 

Burb ink R. I. 4 J Court 
Codman John, 13 IVmberton f^q. 
Coo idge Hora e H.. Barr stei's 11*1 
Nutter C. C. 15 Pemberton sq. 
J^ICll GILES II. 27 Guild row 

Richardson James B. 20 Court 

Mast and Spar takers. 

Caldwell Joseph, lltl Bnnid 
Grueby W. 11. 421 Coninier ial 
Pigeon H. St Sons, 26<! Commercial 

and 85 Sumner, E.B. 
White Peter J., Maverick, opp. 

Jeffries, E. B. : nd 361 Commerl 
Young Geo.E., Atlai tic avi. bead 

of Le«i» whf. and Condor, E.B. 



GfLS Sf 1VPQ ^^* Heaters, Gas Plat Irons. Appari 
""* "«'>'» CO, puiposes, *«.HJL.L.I.»OS A: CO., 



ratns for OAS Tor numerous 
ii60 Wasti.ujituii Street. 



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]|fnt<>Iie8. 

"U YAM, CARLTON, & CO. 92 to 
■^ ]i)i Krii-nil 
C omee D. F. P.W Charles 
J)OLE BROS. 12 Bluckstone 

Af attrecs flock Mmiufs. 

ALLEN & CO. 35 Sudbury, 
room 12 
Mattress Maniirs. 

"D ROOKS W. P. B & CO. 114 
^-^ Blaikst lie and!) Marshnll 
Diivenporl A. .M. & Co. -JS Cornhill 
n.RAY & BAIL, ^2 and 34 Union 

IIALLETT, FAY, tc CO. 17 

-'^ Dock square 

1 I ASKELL A. L. & SON, 124 

•^ Hanover 

IJOLMAN JOHN & CO. 60 

-"^ Union and 47 Friend 

INSTITUTION FOR THE 

^ BLIND, 20 Bromtield (see 

pnee (J91) 
7 AVVRENCE,WILDE,& HULL 
■'-' 42 to 4.-5 Coriiliill 
Manning, Glover, & Co. 102 Hano- 

PARSONS & TORREY, 404 

AVushineton 
Putnam John, 6 Peach 
Sanimett G. A. 13IJ Blackstone, 

ror. Hanover 
gOUTHER J. B. 44 Union 

AVHEELER A. W. & CO. 21 
' * Union 

■Witherell B. 1C9 Hanover 
Af eohaiiical Engineers. 

A MERICAN TOOL & MA- 
-^ CHINE CO. B. F. Radford, 

supt. 84 Kingston 
Eovrieri U. A. 81 W./shington 
pAMPBELL, WHITTIER, & 
^ CO. lI7(iTiemont 
( 1 R O S B Y, & GOULD. 34 
^ School 

Hargrave T. C. 27 Doane 
Hibbard Wm. C. 4" Slate 
Hill I. S. 4.'! Maverick E.B. 
UOLMES & BLANCHARD, 6 
■^^ HavMiarket sq. (s c p. 0117) 
T,OMBARl) N. C. 40 State (see 

piipe li'U) 
IcLAUTHLIN GEORGE T. 

St CO. 120 Fulton (see p. (174) 
Sawyer Edward, 7 Court square, 

room -IK 
U PAULDING & STAPLES, 88 
^ Lincoln 
Wickersham Wm. 13 Femberton 



M^ 



Ulerhanieian. 

rjPHASI THOMAS A. 17 Har- 
^ vard pi. (see page GOJ) 
Medalliiits. 

- NOVELTY MANUF. CO. 50 
-'•^ Sudbury 

:V. ecllclne Cheats. 

POLSOM JAMES, 20J Coinnier- 
•*■ cial 

Medicines. 

Bardett & Uarline. 175 North 
j^URR M. S. &CO.20 Tremont 

Carriithers W. F. & Co. 120 Han- 
over 
CARTER & WILEY, l.'M Wash- 
^ ington 

Cawthorne J. J. (bot.), 214 Hon. 
Ch"se Elbridge D. agent, 27 Tem- 

n'ui?N'EY,MYRICK & IIOBBS, 
^ 15 i;nion (botanic) 
Clark N. L. & Co. 1 .Milton p'nce 
Dinsmore J. P. I Milton place 
Dunham D. F. & Co. W) Court 
FdniinstJT & Fo8,«ett, IS.'! Sudbury 
T^OLSOM JAMES, 2B9 Coiomer- 

cia' and 1 Eastern ave. 
JPOWLE HENRY D. 71 Prince 

Fowle Seth W. & Sons, 1 Milton 

p I'lce 
Gilman Bros. 109 Milk 
/lOODWIN GEO. C. & CO. 38 
^ Hanover 
Greene R. 34 Temple place (bo- 

t imc) 
Harding L. P. 817 Washington 

(botsnic) 
Ham Darius, 7 Batterymarch 
Harrison J. S. & Co. 1 Tremont 

Temple 
Hartshorn Edward & Sons, 18 

Bl cks one 

lOLLIS THOMAS, 23 Union 



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H^ 



TTURD W. J. 50 Kneeland 
(Brown's Herbal remedies) 

'EMLO F. 54 Bromtield (Amcr- 

*" ican remedi" s) 
Langley J. O. 12 Marshall 
Martin, Leland, & Co., Leland's 

magic curer, 54 k'road 
May Geo. R. 102 Court 
N. Y. Med. Univ. rsity (branch) 

e-V Trenjont 
Perry John A. G South 
Pierce George & Co. I(;7 Hanover 
Pitcher s C istoria Manuf. Co. 71 

CornhiU (casto'iH) 
CPEAR E. D. 713 Wash. (Indian 
^ vea., see page fi78) 
Snmner B. L. 24 Brattle square 
QWETT GEORGE W..S7 Couit 
*-' (eehctic and botanic) 
Tufts, Grosvenor, & Co. 33 Bow- 

ker (porous plasters) 
Turner & Co. 120 Tremont 
Ware Daniel L. 41 Cambridge 
Wilson B. O. & G. C. Ifi Central 
Wiiislow C. D. & Co. 4 Merchants 

row (Turkish bitters) 

Alelodeon 3f annrs. 

Bn.'iton Organ Co. « Avery 

AT ORRIS GEO. W. 1 Peiiiberton 

-^ square (dealer) 

Ruck Joseph, 107 Eustis 

Memorandum Roolxs <fe 
Tablets. 

A MERICAN TABLET MAN- 
-^ UF. CO. 29 Brattle 

Mercantile Aaencles. 

Briidstre. t John M. & Son, 67 

Devonshire 
Brock Henry, 07 Devonshire 
Russell Edward & Co. 47 Congress 

Merchants. 

Adams & Tavlor, 115 Broad 
^LLENS.G. 118 Milk 

Atkins Elisha & Co. 97 State 

Atv inson John & Co. 27 Doane 

Atkinson W. B. 27 Do.ne 

Azarian V. & Co. Ifi Federal 

Babson Edward jr. .S9 Lewis whf. 

Bobson William, .39 Lewis whf. 

Bacon W. B. 22 Central 

li AILEY C. H. 19 Central (Cal- 

■" cutta) 

Ballard Joseph, 11 Bromfield 

Barnard Geo. M. & Co. 39 State, 

room II 
Bartlett Matthew, 103 State 
Bates E. C. 40 State, room 40 
Beebe J. M. & Co. 3 Winthrop sq. 
Becbe Lucius, 9 Merchants row 
Bemis & Brown, lfi9 iMilk 
Bird. Perkins, & Job, 39 India wf. 
Blanchard John A. jr. 9 Meich. 

row 
Blanchard Wm. 18 Batterymarch 
Bowcn J mes. 19 Ccnti al « harf 
Boyd Francis, 81 Washington, 

room 4 
Bradli-e J. & Son. LIS Friend 
URADLEE J. T. 1.34 Slate 

B aggiotti F. & Co. 34 Cei.tral wf. 
Biamhall William T. 20 Cc ntral 
Br wer Chas. & Co. t»7 Comnnr- 

cial wharf 
Brooks John F. 103 State 
Browne C. Allen, 34 Commercial 
Burditt Henrv, 7 Doane 
Bush & Comstoek, 19 Doane 
Caldwell Josiah, 1 Pembertou sq. 
Carleton Guy, 6J Kilby 
Cnase Geo. B. 13 Kilby 
Chcnerv & Co. 190 State 
Child Dudley R. 31 Devonshire 
Clark H. C. & Co. 4 Central wharf 
Clark D. O. 67 Devonshire 
Cobb Albert A. & Co. 70 Slate 
Comer Joseph, 20 Washington 
Converse J. H. .39 Stiite 
Crane Samuel D. & Co. 48 State 
PROSBY M. Jk. 92 State (Callao, 
^ Peru) 

pKOSHY S. & CO. 92 State (Cal- 
'-' lao, Peru) 
Cruft Isaac S. 44 Kilby 
Cuiini' gham Aithur, C7 Devon- 
shire 
Cunningham Edward, 67 Devon- 
shire 
Curtis J. Gardner & Co. 34 Dev- 
onshire 
Curtis Tlionias E. 19 Central 
Curtis ?"raneis, 40 State 
D.iiie. Dana, .* Co. 12 S. .Market 
Dawes C. S. 171 Commercial 
Dorr Josei h, 13 Kilby 
Drew E. C. 50 Congress 
Edwaids Henry, 14 Kilby 
Emmons N. H. 70 State 



Emmons N. H. jr. & Co. 70 State 
Evans F. 3 Tremont row 
Everett & Co. (ifi State 
Farringtons, Tozier, & Hall, 22 

(Central 
Fay J. S. 13 Exehange 
U E A R I N G, RODMAN,* 
■•• SWIFT, 25 Commercial (see 

page fi'.WJ 
Field Benj. F. 20 Court 
Fisk David, 13 Liliertv square 
Forbi s John M. & Co. 30 Sears 

I'uildtng 
Foster & Taylor, 113 Broad 
French A. D. Weld. 48 Stale 
Gardner Francis, 4 Libertv sq. 
Gardner George, 9 Batterymarch 
Gardner Geo. A. 22 Cont ress 
Gardner Henry, 2 Change ave. 
Gardner Jos. P. 22 Congress 
Glidden & Williams. 114 State 
Glover Theodore R. 19 Cential 
Goddard Benj. 9 .Merchants row 
Goddard George A. 9 Merchants 

row 
Goddard Nathaniel, 9 Merchants 

Goddard William. 114 Stale 
Goddard " m. W. 114 State 
Ooodwin Wm. H. 13 Doane 
Gordon G. W. 2 Merchants Ex. 
Gossler & Co. 80 State 
Gray F. A. 114 Slate 
Hall ,A. T. 41 State 
Hallet Geo. W. 19 India 
Hammond Wm. 5 Custom Ho. st. 
Hastings Henry & Co. 128 State 
Hancock S. .^'i Broad 
Hawes J. P. & Ci>. 22 Central whf. 
Hemenway & Biowii, 37 Lewis 

wharf 
Hersey A. C. 8 Kilby 
Higginson Chas. J. 114 State 
HigtMnson 11. F. 114 State 
Higginson J. A. 114 State 
Honart Aaron, ji. 40 Stute 
Hodges & Finotti, 17 Br.,ad 
Homer & Spraiuie, .30 India wht. 
Hooper Samuel & Co. 2 Pember- 

lon square 
Hough B. K.13 Commercial 
Howe George D. 13 Exchange 
Howe Geo. 13 Exchange 
Howe Thomas, 13 Exe-liange 
Howes & Crowcll, 45 Kilby 
Hunnewell J. L. 97 Commercial 
Huntington & Weld, OBState 
Iiisigi Joseph & Co.3B Central whf. 
Kahler J.97 State 
Kidder J. G. 42 India 
Kingman Abner, 48 India wharf 
Kuhn Geo. H. 4" Slate 
Kuhn W. P. 40 State 
Laforme & Frotliingham, 225 State 
Larkiii, Stackpole, & Co. 48 State 
Lawrence A. & A. & Co. 82 Milk 
Lord D. W. 13 Doane 
Lord George C. & Co. 24 Merch'ts 

Exchange 
Lorine& Co. 103 State 
Lowell Augustus, 00 State 
Alackoy G. H. 75 State 
Mttckay R. C. 75 State 
Mackav T. B. 7 Doane 
Maconiber William. 97 State 
SIngoui. & Sons, 00 State 
MansfitM N. B. 1-7 State 
Massey Stephen D. 62 Kilby 
McGregor .lanies, 40 Stiite 
AIEEHAN WILLIAM, 9 Cen- 
-^'-'- trill whart 

Mclledge J. P. 40 India wharf 
Moseley Charles W. 40 State, 

ronm 24 
Nash, S|)aulding, & Co. 87 Broad 
Nichols Frederick S. 1» Central 
Nichols Richard C. 19 Central 
Nickeifon F. & Co. -.05 State 
Nickerson & Co. 189 State 
UEABODY HENRY W. & CO., 
■* Atlantic av.. and 41 India wt. 
Pearson & to. 2-:3 stale 
Pease C. A. 4(i School 
1 eck Wm. G. S Kilby 
Perkins H. Rnssell,5 Chatham rw. 
Perkins Willii.m & Co. 39 State, 

reiom 16 
Peters & Chnse. 22 Central 
Pickering, Winslow, & Co. 104 

State 
Pickman W. D. 40 Sears building 
Pierce Wm. P. 31 State 
Pratt E. F. 25 Central wharf 
pRAY B. S. & CO. 1S9 State (im- 
•^ porters) 

Prince J. hn B. & Co. 20 Devon. 
IJICHMOND C. C. & CO., ::6 
■^^ Central wharf 
Riddell S. S. 9.' State 
R (leout & Roberts, 127 State 
Ropes Wm. & Co. oO State 
Scudder H. & Co. 123 Coiiim'l 



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eetn E. ft R. W. 20 Devonshire 

UEARS .1. HENRY & CO. 92 

*-' S.atf (Soiidiein Line I'aclccts) 

Scars P. ■-'-'« Slate 

Seavev T. 11. !• Fulton 

Shflton I'. S. & Co. 4 Central whf. 

Bilsbee G. Z 41) Sears building 

KiniesA Farli V. 1(1 Central 

Simpson .M. ll. \2T Milk 

Slater A. C. 5(i State 

Soesnian Bros. .W Central wharf 

SpniKue Win. II Central 

Spring A. C. & Co. 5.' ICilby 

Stan wood Jacob i Co. 10 North 

Market 
Storer It. B. & Co. 49 India wharf 
Sturgie II. P. & Co. .'•0 State 
Tappan Sewell, H'J State 
Taylor Isaac, 16 Kilby 
Tiwiiig S. C. & Co. 7/ State 
Tiiwiiig Wm. .3 Central wharf 
Tilton Stephen & Co. 10 Central 

wharf 
Tirrell .M.^ Ferry 
fpOUEY E. S. lo Devonshire 

Todd F. A. 18 Central wharf 
Torrt-y Samuel, L'G Central 
Tudor Co. L1I Court 
Tutts A. W. 1.S4 State 
llptiin (tco. B 22 Devonshire 
Ifpton Geo. B. jr. 22 Devonshire 
Upton Luther,'44 Kilby 
Walker* Bro. 17 Merchants row 
Warren & Co. 1.32 and IM State 

(shipping) 
Weld J. G. ISDoare 
Weld Wm. t\ & Co. 42 Central 

wharf 
Wheelwright E. .57 Fulton 
White A. II. 13 Doune 
Wliite B. C. 47 Central wharf 
Wnite J. Gardner & Co. IS) Doane 
Whitney, Ciishing, & Co. 27 Kilby 
Whitney Israel G. & Co. .S'J Kilby 
Wigf^lesworth Edward, l(j India 

wliarf 
Wildes Moses B. 19 Doane 
Williams Geo. F. & Co. lU Central 

wharf 
Williams S. II. 18 Pemberton sq. 
Williams S. T. .39 Central wharf 
Williams & Hall, .31) Kilby 
Willis Clement, « Kilby 
Wills, Edmands, & Co. 86 State 
Wood C. G. 3 Liberty square 
Wortbington W. & Co. 20 Central 

wharf 
Yarrington K. H. l.)6 State 
Young & Emmons, 44 Kilby 

Sletal and Composition 
Rooters. 

Hawkins & Hawlev, <W Tyler 
Parker Charles S. & Sons, 142 

Charles and 5 Liberty square 
Riley H.'s Sons 94 & 100 Beverly 

Metallic Heels. 

PATENT PRESSED METAL- 
■^ Lie HEEL CO., Frank Ed- 
munds, treas.. Congress, corner 
Milk (see page 6S6) 

3IetaIIic T'liblns. 

ALL BROTHERS, 3J Char- 
don 

Sfetallui-gy and Steam 
Uus;ineerin{;. 

gTOREli JACOB J. 8 Summer 

WHELPLEY JAMES D. 8 

Summer 

Metal Sign Maniir. 

(JLAXTON E. L. 171i Tremont 

Metals. 

Austin F. B & Co. 9i & 94 North 
•U EAL, KENDALL, & CO. 05 to 

69 Merrimac 
RENEUICT & BITRNHA.M 
■" MANUFACTURING CO., 
H. W. Brooks, agent, 08 Fed- 
eral (see page 046) 
Clap;> E. H. (old and new), 156 & 

lis Broad 
Clapp F. & Sons. 29 to .35 John 
(^ROCKER BROS. & CO., U 
^ Broad 

Cutler K. P. jr. (broker) 15 Kilby 
■RUMOND JA.MES Sc CO. 394 
•^ Federal 

Ellison Jaijies, 20 Broal 
PMRRAR, FOLLETT, & CO. 
■^ l.iONoth 

pOSfEKSi ROBY, 178 and 180 
■^ Comoiercial 

PULLER, DANA, ft FITZ, 110 
■^ North 
Hill Rowland, Carlton's wharf 



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TTINCKLEY E. R. ft CO. 4 Lib- 

■^^ ertv sciuare 

TTOLMKS, BOOTH, ft HAY- 

^^ DKNS. 17 Federal 

Howard Benj.'s Sons, (brokers) 19 

Dot lie 
JOHNSON HENRY M. 36 India 

Leeds, Robinson, ft Co. 75 North 

Leigh F. A. ,% Co. 57 Sears bldg. 

T ISSBERGER A. K. 115 and 147 

■L* North 

I.,ocke S.imuel B. 46 Congress 

T Of HROP & Co. 14 to 20 Cus- 

■'-' torn House st. 

TVTAY ft CO. 1 Broad (see inside 

•^'-*- back cover) 

McNaught Peter & Son. 29 Burke 

Mowrv A. E. (old & new), 120 to 

128 Cross 
New Bedford Copper Co., Jos. 
B. Glover ft Co., agts. 30 Cenfl 
piKE JOHN, 144 Blackstone 
■*■ (Thurber's lining metals) 
pU I'NAM EDMUND ft CO. 85 

Water (see page 6<!I ) 
Revere Copper Co. 47 Kilby 
Richards & Co. 40 to 44 North 
Scovill Manuf. Co. 131 Federal 
Shattuck L. A. ft Co. 5 Broad 

(brokers) 
Stetson .% Pratt, 28 Broad 
CTEWART J. & W. 360 Broad 
^ (see page (i95) 
l.'UPPLE FRANCIS, 195 Dor- 

Chester avenue 
rPHE PLU.ME & ATWOOD 
^ MANUF. CO., 13 Federal 
TyALDO.;. ADAN, 13 Liberty 
' ' sq. (see front colored page) 
WILKINSON A. J. ft CO. 2 
Washington (see page 704) 

Meters. 

American Meter Co. 324 Wash. 
fJLAKE GEORGE F. ft CO. 51 

Chardon (sleam pump and 

water, see page 645) 

Mica or Isinglass. 

QOULD J. D. 20 Union 

Military Ooods. 

gENT ft BUSH, 273 Wash. 

PALMER, BACHELDERS, & 
^ CO. 162 Washington 
pOLLARD ft.LEfGUTON, 104 
Tremont 

Milk Cans. 

OLLIS C. ft G. 11 Custom Ho. 



n 

H 

w 



Mill Fnrnishinga. 

OLMES ft BLANCHARD, 6 
Haymarket ^q. (see p. 697) 
ELCH ft GRIFFITHS. 145 
and 147 Federal (see page 688) 

Milliners. 

Adams C. M. .Miss. 120 Tremont 
Angell M. D. Miss. 52 Cambridge 
Arnold & Stone, 10.1 Dorchester 
Bailey M. A. 671 Wiishington 
Barnes M. F. Miss, 132 Tremont 
Bayley C. S. Mrs. 294 Broadway 
Bennett L. F. Mrs. 17 Avon 
Bernard E. 176 Hinover 
Blue Amelia Madame, .3.5 Boylston 
Boston Jennie, 12 Temple pi. 
Bowler A. ft K. 742 Washington 
Boyle I. M. 1.S3 Broadway 
Bradley C. 2S Winter 
Brady ft Curtis, 1764 Washington 
Brennan John Mrs. 323 Hanover 
Brown .M. Miss, 778J Harr. avenue 
Brown S. Mrs. I."i22 Washington 
('ALDWELL T. B. ft CO. 288 
^ Washington 
Carbery ft Norton, 1348 Tremont 
Cassidy .Marv A. 1 Pinckney 
Cloves G. M. ft Co. 2l« Wash. 
Coffey Mary A. 2.i Winter 
Conners P. W. 143 Court 
Connolly W. (US Washington and 

.37 Winter 
Conw.iy Bridget A. 1.S47 Wash. 
Corr Ellen Mi%. 123.5 Wash. 
Costello C. VVi Tremont 
Costollo ft .lohnson, 1275 Tremont 
Craffey M. 9 Hanover 
Croinack J. B. ft Co. 26 Temple pi. 
Crimp J. E. Mrs. I.>i31 Wash. 
CJunnmgham II. Mrs. 262 and 172 

Hanover 
Cunningham M. under Norfolk 

House 
Cunningham P. F. 13 Guild row 
Dallmah Julius Mrs. i»9 Pleasant 
Daltoi .M. A. ft Co. .332 Broadw..y 
Daniels B. A. Mrs. 261 Broadway 
Davis M. A. .Mrs. & Co. 319 B'way 



■pjEMOREST MADAME, 17 
■*^ Temple place 
Dillon L. 2 Hamilton pi. 
Dillon Mary A. 193 Shawmutave. 
Dohertv P. A. Mrs. 815* Wash. 
Dolan Catharine, 855 Wash. 
Donaldson J. II. Miss. 59 Bedford 
DorrE. Mrs. 706 Broadway 
Doten C. H. ft Co. KOI Wash. 
Doten M. T. 1.S07 Washington 
Dowd Margaret .Mrs. LSI I Wash. 
Eastman J. .M. ft Son, 7.s;i Wash. 
Eaton Emily .Miss 18.-.0 Wash. 
Eldridge S. R. 10 Hanover 
FenneUy JI. M. 49 Temple pl. 
Fenner and Fogg, 48 Winter 
Field J., Elmwood 
Fisher E. ft S. 42.3 Broadway 
Forgeot M. Mine. 9 Hanover 
Freeman L. W. iMrs. 25 Winter 
Fulton Lucretia B. Mrs. 256 Me- 
ridian 
Gargan Rose E. 1.33 Cambridge 
Gilfeather D. Miss, 234 Broadway 
Grace J. J. 401 and 637 Wash. 
Guenther C. C. Mrs. 558 Wash. 
Haley A. J. 93 Hanover 
Haley C. T. 208 Hanover 
Hallett Jennie Miss, 6.'55 Wash. 
Harrington Julia Miss, 602 Wash. 
Hartnett ft Mahony 535 Wash. 
Harty Misses, 162 Broadway 
Harvey C. E. Mrs 6 Winter 
Hendry Alary A. 6.50 Parker 
Holbrook Misses, .33 Avon 
Holmes A. C. ft R. E. 5 Harailtoij 

place 
Ilowiand ft Mann, 28 Winter 
Hubbard J. W. 6 Coolidge build'g 
Hughes Catharine A. 509 Wash. 
JOHNSON T. M. MRS. 683 
" Washington 
Jones Elizabeth Mrs. 94 Warren 
Kelley Misses, 315 Broadway 
Kilgour M. A. Mrs. 1045 Tremont 
Knights F. M. .327 Broadway 
Knowles S. 39 West 
Lamson ft Clute, 1078 Tremont 
Light E. E. Mrs., Neponset ave. 

ward 16 
Lowell II. N. 41 Winter 
Lufkin F.A. Mrs. .32 Winter, rm.^ 
Lunt D. J. Miss, 2(;o .Meridian 
Macreadv ft Keefe, 47 Winter 
Magee M. J. Miss, 47 Green 
Marvin J. A. .Mis. 067 Wash. 
IMcCabe Marv A. 1241 Washington 
McCarthy Elizabeth, 2.34 Fourtl» 
McCarthy Ellen A. Miss, 13 Mer- 
idian 
JlcCarthy Jane T. Mrs. .58 Princ.e 
McCarthy Margaret, 271 Ilonaver 
McDermott M. A. ft Co l^M Wash. 
McDermott ft O'Hare, .360 Trem't 
McDonald Annie .S. 14 .Myrtie 
McGee ft Cullen, 18.50 Wash. 
MeGowan Ellen A. 839 Wash. 
McGowen Ellen. 47 Cambridge 
McKenna Miss A. B. 212 Hanover 
McLaughlin M. E. 147 Tremont 
McLausjhlin S. E. 284 Hanover 
McManus Anna A. Mrs. 21 Me- 
ridian 
McQuade ft Libbv. 2.S(J Wash. 
Monahiin S. E. ft E. T. 145 Me- 
ridian, E. B. 
Morgan A. Miss. 21 Beach 
Morgan W. A. S! Hanover 
Murphy M. A. Miss, 16.5 Summer 
MOUftSE G. A. Miss, 6 Winter, 

O'Brien Kate, 57 Maverick, E. B. 
O'Hare ft McDermott, 360 Trer 

mont 
Olmstead A. E. ft L. M. Misse*, 

63 .Meridian. E.B. 
rjRDWAY' ft CO., a37Washmjf- 
^ ton (see page 6(^4) 
Page Carrie K. .Miss, 2.5 Winter 
Palmer N. M. 247 Washington 
Perley A. R. Mrs. 12 Meridian 
Pickering E. ft. Mrs. 12 Sumnjer 
Pope A. A. ft -M.J. Collins, Misses, 

23 Winter 
Porter M. .Miss 1321 Tremont 
PRENDERGAST AMELIA A. 
■•• 6 Winter, room 2 
Read ft Kelley. 40 Warren 
Reed J. E. Miss. 56 Warren 
Remick H. B. Mrs. 31 Hanover 
Rowe A. Mrs. 20 1 Harrison ave. 
Rowe E. A. 143 Tremont 
Russell S. E 26 West 
Rvan C. 171 Shawmut ave. 
Sampson M. B. .Mrs. 216 Hanover 
Smborn C. M. Mrs. 271 Tremont 
Sanborn H. A. Miss, Adams, cor. 

Wash, ward 16 
Sanborn M. 4-S Winter 
Santin .A. 5\ Beacon 
Shankland E. 549 Dorchester ave. 
Small ft Slocum. 117 Dudley 
Smith A. Mrs. 169 Tremont 



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Milliners— continued. 
Smith S. F. 47 Winter 
Snow S. T. Mrs. H Temple pi. 
Sondheim J. 727 Washington 
Sparrow J. F. Mrs. 210 Hanover 
Spear Mary E. Miss, Neponset 

ave. opp. Chiekatawbut, wd. 16 
Spencer M. A. 2B West 
Stone Wm. H. y Tremont row 
Tewksbury S. A. Miss, Wash. 

ward 16 
Thomas M. B. 72 Cambridge 
Tilton Somuel, ;141 Washington 
Torsev Henry L. 167 Court 
Traiir& McKenna, 21.'! Hanover 
Vickery James Mrs. 228 Hanover 
Wadleikh R. H. & G. 291 Wash. 
Waleh Wm. Mrs. 2:1 Carver 
Warren R. 90 Court 
Wethern Geo. M. 20 to 26 Hanover 
White G. F. & Co. 40S Wash. 
White Harriet O. 2.50 Tremont 
Wilson R. J. Mrs. 84 Tremont 
Winton L. 1.S56 Tremont 
■Woods C. Mrs. 241 Broad" ay 
Woods Mary Jane. 29 Meridian 
Wyatt Mary P. 7 West 

millinery Ooods. 

( H'holesale.) 
g IRCH & CO. 11 Summer 

Brown, Dutton & Co. .34 Milk 

Browning, Pickett, & Co. 249 and 
'J53 Washington 

(}ALDWELL T. B. & CO. 288 

^ Washington 

Carpenter, Plimpton, & Co. 174 
Washington 

Cooke Henry C. 221 Wash, (im- 
porter of Frencli flowers) 

Frost Bros. & Co. 44 and 46 Frank- 
lin 

George John C. 179 Washington 

Hastings C. A. .V) Temjile pi. 

Heckle, Davis, & Co. 21 Milk 

y^KNDERSON R. B. 19 Milk 

Horton W. H. & Co. 12 and 14 
Franklin 

Jameson & Clark. 170 Washington 

Lowell It. N. .39 Winter 

Mandell, Burrell, & Co. 15 Frank- 
lin 

Miles, Burr, & Co. 13 Summer 

Moore, Pickering, & Co. 17 Sum- 
mer 

Ordwav Bros. & Co. 15 Milk 

(JRDtVAY & CO. :«7 Washing- 

^ ton (see page 664) 

Plimpton J. W. & Co. 158 Wash. 

Prescott, Wood, & Dver, 2 Milk 

Royce, Tuck, & Co. 4.3 Milk 

Ryan M. & E. 166 Wash, (ladies 
dress caps) 

SHEPLIE De L. & CO. 17 Milk 
(dress caps, children's bonnets. 



S^ 



ockeys, &c.) 
EEPER, i; ISK, 



& CO. 31 Milk 



Slocum Bros. 33 Temple pi. 
Veazie Wm. H. 160 Washington 

Bfill Stone Cement. 

rjNION STONE CO. 29 Ki.by 
^ (see inside back cover) 

Atillstones. 

"TjUNCAN & COPELAND. 379 
■*-^ (.'ommercial (see paae 666) 
TTOLMES & BLANCHARD, 6 
Havmarket sq. (see page 697) 
TUcLE'AN C. R. 100 Lewis, E.B. 

millivriKhts. 

ABBOTT J. F. & CO. 164 Port- 
land 
A MERICANWATERWHEEL, 
■"• CO., A. Warren, agent, 671 

Dorch. ave. 
nUNCAN & COPELAND, 379 
■" Commercial (.see page <W6) 
TTOLMES & BLANCHARD, 6 
^^ Haymarket sq . (see page 697) 
T^IcLAUTHLIN G T. & CO. 120 
■*• FuUon (see page 674) 
TlTcLEAN C. R. 100 Lewis, E.B. 

Rollins S. G. & Co. 379 Commer- 
cial 

Mlllwrlehts' Tools. 

WILKINSON A. J. & CO. 2 
*' Washington (see page 704) 

mineral Paints. 

QAVERLY C. jR. 47 Congress 

Af Ineral Water. 

nOBURN, LANG, & CO. 
^ Worcester (see page 680) 



nOMSTOCK, GOVE, & CO. 

^ 30 Canal 

FAIRBANKS MOSES & CO. 

Howard Athenaeum (see page 
6.S9) 
PIELD S. C. & CO. 34 Court 

square 
McConologue D. 119 North 

O'DONNELL B. F. 126 and 128 
Fulton 
Robinson, Wilson, * Legallee, 102 

Sudbury 
CCRIPTURE & PARKER, 31 
^ Court sq. 

VINCENT, HATHAWAY, & 
^ CO. 109 Broad 

Minerals. 

T3REWSTER C. G. 48G Wash- 
ington 

Money Drawers. 

FAIRBANKS, BROWN, & CO. 
^ 118 Milk 

WILKINSON A. J. & CO. 2 
' Washington (see page 704) 

Monumental Works. 

rj.lREW JOSEPH, 502 Tremont 

XTARRING TON JOHN, at 
-'-'■ Cambridgeport, order box 22 
State 

^Zorocco Case Manufs. 

Stroelin Julius, 179 Washington 
Thaxter Joshua, 8 Bionifitld 

Morocco ILiealher Deal- 
ers. 

Amer Wm. & Co. (manfs) 21 Pearl 
Beebe Lucius, 74 Pearl 

BRAY & HAYES, chamois, 145 
Milk 
Freed Geo. F. 71 High 
Buxton T. W. 107 Fulton (manuO 
Clarke Geo.T. .54Congress(manut') 
Edson K. E. 1-34 Pearl 
l|iLETCHER ISAAC & CO. 86 
-■■ High 

Goodnow Luther, 56 High 
Hall George S. .3,5 High (manuf.) 
fjURD WM. 39 High (manuf.) 

Jacobs W. M. & Son, 107 Pearl 

Kelley Wm. A. & Son, 16 Pearl 

Leman N. R- jr. 17 High 

Lennox P. & Co. 2 Pearl st. House 

Packer George, 90 High (manuf.) 

Perkins C. C. 3 Pearl 

pEVEAR & CO. (manufs) 102 

High (chamois skins) 
Sewall M. B. 28 High (manuf.) 
Shernff Ezra, ll.'< High 
g.\IlTH EDWIN E. 24 Exchange 

Souther J. jr. & Co. 60 High 
Turner Edward, 130 Pearl 
Waitt A. 43 Hig