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Full text of "McKelvey's Sandusky directory, city guide and business mirror for 1867-8"

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Price Fifty Cents. 



Historical Department, 




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BOSINESS COUEdE, 



SANDUSKY, OHIO. 



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BOOK-KEEPING, 
TELEGRAPHING, 

PHONOGRAPHY and 

PENMANSHIP. 



The Qreat System of Actual Business Training 
Entire and Complete. 

In the Commercial Department, Students have the use of National Banks in full and 
complete order — receiving deposits and Issuing money, borrowing and lending, &c., &c. 
Also, Merchants' Emporiums, Grain Emporiums, Express, Jobbing, Insurance Commis- 
sions, Internal Revenue and Custom Oifices. We have samples of Dry Goods, samples of 
Groceries, samples of Grain and Flour — all of which are bought and sold at the market 
value in New York or Chicago, according to the price of gold. 

PENMANSHIP 

Is an important part of our course, and the plain, rapid business writing we teach has 
taken premiums over all others, time and again. 

In the Ornamental Course we challenge competition from all sources — in Off-hand 
Flourishing,Ornamental Lettering, Card Marking, Copying, Ladies' Italian hand writing, 
German Text, &c., &c. 

In our (OVEB.) 



W. Z. BARNEY. LOUIS C. CARLIN. 

QUARRY VINEYARBS. 

Over 100 Varieties of Grapes under cultivation. 

Norton $ Virginia^ Ives and Rentz Seedlings, Concord, HaHford 
Prolific^ Diana and Delaware, together with all the leading 

varieties^ for sale at toholesale and retail. 



Office at Jobii McKelvey's Ijisjirance Rooms, cor. C'olninbus Ave- 
line and market Street. 

Orders promptly filled and libera! dednctions to wholesale dealers. 

PROPAGATING HOUSE, 1 • Sf ;\\ 'SWtTl'ffSMJF^F f^l 



Cemetery St. J 



OLD SANDUSKY 

LIME STONE gUARRIES 

Blue and Gray Building Stone, 

Flagging, Curbing, Paving, Coping, Face and Range Stone. 

Orders filled ou sbort notice. Delivered on boixrd Cars or on Dock foot of Franklin St. 

} W. Z. BARNEY, Sandusky. 



Office at John McKelvey's Hooms, 
Cor. Col. Av. and Market St. 



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merchants' Union Expre 

GENERAL EXPRESS FOR¥/ARDERS 
AND COLLECTION AGENTS, 

By Special Trains and Messengers, over leading Railroad Lines, 
from the Atlantic ISeaboard to the 

West, I^ortliwest and Southwest. 

Owned and controlled hy the Merchants and Manvfactiirer? of tin 
United States. 

CJV.PITA.L5 ^so,ooo,ooo. 

Elmore P. R«ss, President, \ Auburn, /W. C. Beardsi.ey, Troas. 
Wm. H. Seward, Jr.. Vice Pres. i N. Y. t John N. N.^pf, Sec'y. 

Henry V. Slocum, Resident Director, New York. 
Wm.A. Budd, Aaron Brinkerhoff, J.Trumbull Smith, i\^(2?p YorkTriistces 

General Office, 365 «fc 367 Broadway, STew YorU. 

C ]Vt. ELI3IS, J?Lot., 
FISHER'S BLOCK, WATER ST., SANDUSKY, 0. 



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Alder & Co., Proprietors. 

Keep constantly on hand and for sale a large supply of 






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Orders solicited and promptly filled, 
Jas. Aleer. Geo. Windish, Brewer. John Bright. 



Fulton Machine Shop and Foundry, 



Manufacturers of improved Marine 



Stationary & Portable Engines 

Reynolds' Patent Cut-Off, Steam and Force Pumps, 

Machinery for Oil Wells, Circular and Mulaj' Saw Mills, Woodworth Planers, SpolCf, Hub 
and Axe Handle Machinerj, Wine and Cider Presses, &<:. 

Castings in Brass or Iron, and Repairing of all kinds. 



H. 0. WILLIAMS, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 




All kinds of Ice Tools kept for sale. Ice delivered to any part of the City or to Cars or 
Boats, ill quantities as ordered. 



ROBERTSON 6c CO., 

WHOLESALE AND RE'TAIL 

GROCERS 



AND 



Provision Merchants, 

£33 Water Street, 



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?/. <S'. Claim, Bounty and Pension Agent, Real Estate Agent and 
Notary Public. Also, Life, Accident, Fire and Marine 

liffSURANCE AGENT. 
Over $5,000,000 Capital Represented. 

Office, 01-^ Union Block, \ OS WTSi^rt^H 

Columbus Ave., / ^ Jl!! 4i'l 4/' 4J © J 



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Bach & Knowlton, 



WATEU STREET, BETWEEN WAYNE AND HANCOCK, 

SAIffBUSKY^ O. 

Kepairilig of Old Furtiituio, or anything in our line, done with dispatch and neatness, 
and warranted equal in workuianship to any other establishment of the kind in tlie city 

GIVE US A CALL. 






PREFACE. 



To meet au apparent demaud, and to give it as wide a circula- 
tion as possible, it was thought advisable to issue a cheap edition 
of my Directory, and this volume is the result. It is in every 
respect the same as the $2.00 bound volume, excepting that the 
" Introductory " is omitted, it is printed on thinner paper, and 
put up in paper instead of muslin covers. 

For all practical purposes, as a Directory, it is the same ; and 
the price being much less, it will no doubt be acceptable to: a 
large class of persons to whom a Direct'ory is desirable, but who 
did not feel able to subscribe and pay for the move expensive 
edition. It will be sold exclusively by an agent, who will can- 
vass thetity for that purpose. 

31. T. 31. 

Sandusky, Sept., 18f»7. 



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TABLE 

Showing, by Wards, the Population of Sandusky, the number 
of Males and Females, Deaf and Dumb, Blind, Ages, Nativi- 
ties, Protestant and Catholic, Marriageable Males and Fe- 
males, also the number who served in the last war, or died in 
service. Collected expressly for McKelvey's Directory, July, 
1867. 





1st Ward 


2d Ward 3d Ward 

1 

1 


4th Ward 


5th Ward 


Totals. 


Populatiou 


2040 

1028 

1012 

409 

755 

702 

114 



070 

•90 

o 

3 



96 

134 

1029 

411 

1.354 

790 

135 

132 

387 

32 

17 ! 


2532 

1200 

1.332 

388 

808 

1056 

220 



894 

184 

22 



3 

254 

359 

2043 

489 

1777 

865 

23 

129 

547 

56 

lOT 


2443' 

1232 

1211 

425 

821 

970 

227 



802 

125 

2 
2 
204 
243 
1444 
999 

14(^: 

807 
24 
240 
UG4 
51 
28 


2334 

1164 

1170 

472 

■840 

838 

178 

(I 

073 

87 

8 

- ,Q.,; 

1 

179 

198 

1321 

1013 

1414 

929 

59 

272 

526 

03 

15 


1822 

947 

875 

409 

653 

085 

75 



022 

49 

8 

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77 

104 

801 

1021 

9.59 

70O 

26 

179 

634 

24 




11,171 


Males. 


5571 


Fc^malcs ! 


5000 


Under six years of a^e 


'2103 • 


Over six and under tw.?uty-one 
Over twenty-one and und. fifty 

Over fifty and under ninety 

Over one hundred 


3943 

4311 

814 




Married ^ 

Served in last war 


3062 
535 ■■ 


Died in service 


50 


Deaf and Dumb, 




Blind 




Unmarried ilales over 10 


870 


Unmarried Females over 14 

Protestant 


1038 
7238 




393.3 i 


Born in the United States 


691)8 
4151 


Born in England 


267 


Born in Ireland 


9.52 


Born in Germany 


2758 ■ 


Other foreign countries 


220 


Colored 


167 



SA.]SrDTJSKY 

CXTlZr C3-TJIIDE. 

STREET DIRECTORY. 



ADAMS begins at Meigs, runs westwardly to Putnam ; being 

three streets south of Water. 
BARKER begins at Camp, runs westwardly to Mills ; being seven 

streets south of Water. 
CAMP begins at west end of Washington, runs southwardly to 

Seneca ; being seven streets west of Columbus Avenue. 
CLINTON begins at Market, runs sovithwardly to Seneca ; being 

nine streets west of Columbus Avenue. 
CENTER begins at Decatur, extends east one square to Jackson. 
COLUMBUS AVENUE begins at Water, runs southwardly : 

being one of the principal streets in the city. 
COLUMBUS PARK ROW begins. at Wayne, runs diagonally 

south-west to Columbus Avenue, then uorth-west to 

Jackson. 
DECATUR begins at Water, runs southwardly to plank road ; 

being two streets west of Columbus Avenue. 
DIVISION begins at Columbus Avenue, , extends east half a 

square between Neil and Reese. 
ELM begins at Warren, runs diagonally to Hancock on N. W. 

side Huron Park. 
ERIE begins at First, runs southwardly to Fifth. 
FRANKLIN begins at Water, runs southwardly to Scott ; being 

three streets east of Columbus Avenue. 
FULTON begins at Water, runs southwardly to Poplar; beins- 

three streets west of Columbus Avenue. 
FIFTH street begins at Sycamore, runs westwardly to Ontario. 
FOURTH street begins at Sycamore Line, runs eastwardly to 

Ontario. 
FIRST street begins at Sycamore Lino, runs eastwardly to On- 
tario. 



STREETS, AVENUES, &C. 15 

HANCOCK begins at Water, runs southwardly to Scott ; being 

two streets east of Columbus Avenue. 
HARRISON begins at Market, runs south to Seneca ; being 

ten streets west of Columbus Avenue. 
HURON xWENUE begins at east side of Public Square, runs 

diagonally to Elm. 
JEFFERSON begins at Meigs, runs westwardly to Mills ; being 

four streets south of Water. 
JEFFERSON ROW begins at east end of Jefferson street ; ex- 
tends east to the co.ve. 
JACKSON begins at Water, runs southwardly to plank road ; 

being one street west of Columbus Avenue. 
LAWRENCE begins at Water, runs southwardly to Monroe ; 

being four streets west of Columbus Avenue. 
MARKET begins at Meigs, runs westwardly to Harrison ; be- 
ing one street south of Water. 
MADISON begins at Meigs, runs westwardly to Milh; being 

five streets south of Water. 
MONROE begins at Meigs, runs westwardly to Mills ; being six 

streets south of Water. 
MEIGrS begins at Water, runs southwardly to Sycamore Line ; 

being six streets east of Columbus Avenue. 
McDONOUGH begins at Water, runs southwardly to Monroe ; 

being five streets west of Columbus Avenue. 
MILLS extends north to Adams and south to Seneca ; being 

twelve streets west of Columbus Avenue. 
MELVILLE begins at Camp, extends south-west one square to 

Railroad. 
MIAMI AVENUE begins at west side Public Square, runs diag- 
onally to Poplar. 
NEIL begins at Meigs, runs westwardly to Columbus Avenue ; 

being eight streets south of Water. 
OGrONTZ begins at First street, runs southwardly to Fifth. 
ONTARIO begins at First street, i-uns southwardly to Fifth. 
PUTNAM extends north to Adams and south to Seneca. 
PERRY begins at Water, runs southwardly to Sycamore Line ; 

being five streets east of Columbus Avenue. 
POPLAR begins at Lawrence, extends south-eaat along north 

side Miami Avenue to Decatur. 
REESE begins at Meigs, runs westwardly to Wayne; being seven 

streets south of Water. 
•RAILROAD begins at Franklin, runs westwardly to Shelby, 

thence southwardly to Seneca. 
SCOTT begins at Meigs, runs westwardly to Columbus Avenue. 
SANDUSKY begins at Camp, runs westwardly to Mills; being 

streets south of Water. 
SENECA begins at Camp, runs westwardly to Mills ; being nine 

streets south of Water. 



<16 BOUNDARIES OF WARDS AND PARKS. 

SHELBY begins ut Water, runs southwardly to Monroe ; being 

six streets west of Columbus Avenue. 
SECOND begins at Sycamore Line, runs eastwardly to Ontario. 
SYCAMORE LINE runs north and south through the eastern 

limits of the city. 
THIRD street begins at Sycamore Line and runs eastwardly to 

Ontario. 
WATER begins at East Battery, runs westwardly to West 

Battery. 
WASHINGTON begins at Meigs, runs westwardly to Shelby , 

being two streets south of Water. 
WASHINGTON ROW begins at Wayne and extends to Jackson 

on north side Public Squares. 
WARREN begins at Water, runs southwardly to Scott; being 

four streets east of Columbus xlvenue. 
WAYNE begins at Water, runs southwardly to Scott ; being one 

street east of Columbus Avenue. 



BOUNDARIES OF WARDS AND PARKS. 

FIRST WARD.— All that portion of the city lying east or 
eastwardly of the center of Franklin street. 

SECOND WARD.— All that portion of the city lying west 
or westwardly of the center of Franklin street, and east or east- 
wardly of Columbus Avenue. 

THIRD WARD. — All that portion of the city lying west or 
westwardly of Columbus Avenue, and east or eastwardlv of 
Fulton street. 

FOURTH WARD.— All that portion of the city lying west or 
westwardly of Fulton, and east or eastwardly of Camp and Shelbv 

FIFTH WARD.— All that part of the city lying west or 
westwardly of Camp and Shelby streets. 

WASHINGTON SQUARES.— Bounded on the north by 
Washington Row ; on the east by Wayne street; on the south bv 
Adams, and on the west by Jackson street. The squares are 
divided by Columbus Avenue east. 

COLUMBUS PARK.— Bounded on the north by Monroe 
street; on the south-west and south-east by Park Row, and 
divided by Columbus Avenue. 

HURON PARK.— Bounded on the north-west ty Elm street. 
on the south by Monroe, and on the east by Warren. Dividci] 
by Huron Avenue. 

MIAMI PARK.— Bounded on the north by Poplar street: 
on the west by Lawrence, and ou the south by Monroe street. 
Divided by Miami Avenue. 



CITY AXD COUNTY OFFICERS. 1 7 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 



Probate Jiidqe, A. W. Heiidry. 
Sheriff, ». "S. Wortlaiugtoii. 
€Ieri; Oeorj^c O. Sellcirli. 

Auditor, Ebenezer Merr3'. 

Treasurer, J. D. Chamberlin. 

Recorder, J. W. Reed. 

Prosernting Attorney. F, W. CogSWell. 

Surveyor, J. B. Darling. 
Coroner, J. B. Davis. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONEES. 

Calvin Caswell, Dennis G. Taylor, W. H. Crane. 

DIRECTORS OF THE INFIRMARY. 

• E. R. Jewett, George Dimon, John Wines. 

4 



CITY OFFICERS. 



Mayor. FerdlasainI €xei©rs<Iorf« 
City Chrh, Charles Cross. 
Marslwl, Thomas Muldowny. 
Treasurer, vacant. 

Citi/ Solicitor, E. M. Colver.' 

Surveyor., vacant. ^ . ., 

CITY COUNCIL. 

President, George Daniels. 

TRUSTEES. 

First Ward, Clirtst. F. S<*|jcei>ile, and Timothy Ingle. 
Second WariT*, Claarles ^. ISyaM, and William P>. Hndsoii 
Third Ward, Jacob Maul, and G. Marl. 
.Fourth. Ward, George Daniels, and W. T. Y/ilson. 
Fifth Ward, Jacob Mei'tel, and Willianii Modi. 



18 CHURCHES. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 



Trustees. WlU. Hudsoil^ Lawreuce Cable, and B. Icsman. 

Cleric^ Geortre Scliweitzei-. 
Treasurer, William Crilclier. 

Justices of the Peace, S. C. Wliceler, Z. W. Barker, and 

George S. Patterson. 
Constables, Thomas Muldowuy, and Patrick Skehan. 
Assessor. Adam Moos. , 



CHURCH DIRECTORY. 



Baptist, Wayne street, near Adams. Services 10.30 A, M., and 
7.30 p. M. Sunday school 2 p. m. Prayer meeting 3 p. m, 
Sunday and each Thursday»eveuing. 

« 

Baptist (colored). Decatur, between Washington and Adams ; 
^S". Joules, pastor. Services 10.30 A. M., and 8 P. 31. Sabbath 
school 3 P. M. Prayer meeting Thursday eveaing. 

Congregational. Columbus Avenue, corner of Washington 
square. Organized in 1819. KeV. E. P. Illgei*SOll9 pastor. 1 
Services, 10.30 A. M., and 7:30 p. M, Sabbath school 12 M. Young 
people's prayer meeting Tuesday and Thursday evenings, at 7:30. 

Church of the Tlohj Angels (Irish Catholic). Corner of Jefferson 
and Tiffin Avenue. Rev. R. A. Siclley, pastor. Services 
10:30 A. M. Sunday "school 2 p. M. Evening services 3 P. M. 

Episcopal ("Grace Church"). Wayne street, corner of Wash- 
ington square. Rev. William W. Favr, rector. Services, 10:30 
A. M. and at 7:30 P. M. Sunday school 2 p. m. Lecture Thursday 
evenings. 

Evangelical Protestant Salem. Public square, near the Court "■ 
House, Rev. Lieoiiard Nelieiieriuaii, pastor. Services, 
10:30 A. M., and 7:30 p. M. Sunday school 9 A. M. Prayer 
meetings, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday evenings, 

Evangelical Protestant Enianncl. Columbus Avenue, corner 
of Adams. Rev. J". A. Fisher, pastor. Services 10:30 a. 
M. Sunday school 9 A. M., and 2 p. M, 



EDUCATIONAL 19 

Evangelical Lullieran Zio)i's. Organized 1857. Jackson 
street, corner of Washington Square. Rev. J. G. Lehrer, pastor. 
Services, 10:30 A. il. Sabbath School 9 A. M. 

German Methodist Episcopal North-east corner Jackson and 
Adams. Rev. John R. Badmer, pastor. Services, 10:30 a. m., 
and 7 p« m. Sunday school 2 P. M. Prayer meeting Thursday 
evening. 

German Reformed (Orthodox). Hancock, corner of Jefferson. 
Erected 1852. Rev. Martin Mueller, pastor. Services 10:30 A. 
M., and 7 P. M. Sunday school 2 P. M. Prayer meeting Thurs- 
day evening. 

Methodist Episcopal (First). Washington Square, between 
(Jolumbus Avenue and Jackson. Rev. W. D. Godman, pastor. 
Services 10:30 A. M., and 7:30 P. M. Sabbath school 9 A. M. 
Class meeting 2 P. M. Prayer meeting Thursday evening. 

Methodist (colored). Neil, between Wayne and Hancock. 
Thomas H. Boston, pastor. Services, 10 a. m. 

Preshyterian (First). North-west corner Washington and 
Jackson. Rev. George H. Fullevton, pastor. Services 10:30 A. 
M., and 7 P. m. Sabbath school 12 M. Prayer 'meeting Thurs- 
day evening, 

St. Mary's (German Catholic). Jeiferson, corner of Decatur. 
Rev. A. Hertostrit? pastor. Services (in summer)- 7 A. M. 
and 9:30 P. M. Sunday school 2:30 P. M., and 7 P. M. In winter, 
services 7:30 and 10 A. M., and Sunday school as above. 

St, Mary's Chapel (Irish Catholic). Corner of Jefferson and 
Jackson, Rev. R. A. Sidley, pastor. Services 8 A. M. 



EDUCATIONAL. 



BOARD OF EDUCATION. 

R. R. Hubbard, Philander Gregg, 

J. T. Joliusoii, Adam Bauer, 

J. G. Pool, C. J. Parsons. 



20 FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

Organization of the Board for 1867-8.— R. B. Mltbbard^ 

Presideot; J.T.JollllSOll, Secretary; J.Cr.Fool,Treasurer. 

Superintendent of Public Schools, M. F. Cowdevy. 

[Note.— Thp organizatiou of the Board, and the rippointiuont of teaclK-rs lias not 
boeu completed at tlie time this part of the Directory is being printed, iuid we arv , 
therefore, compelled to omit the names of teachers and members of cammittees.l 

PUBLIC SCHOOL BUILDINGS. 

Hljh School, Public Square. 
Second Grammar, Public Square. 
Ccyi^ra? i^r/'mar?/, West Public Square. 
Elm Street Primary, Elm street. 
West Market Primary, Fulton near Market. 
East Market Secondary, Market street. 
West Market Secondary, Market street. 
First Grammar, Public Square. 
Third Grammar, Public Square. 
East Market Primary^ Market street. 
Huron Park Primary, Monroe street. 
Camp Street Secondary , Camp street. 
Huron Park Secondary, M^'uroe street. 
Preparatory School, Public Square. 

CATHOLIC SCHOOLS. 

St. Louis (Irish) for boys, Jefferson between Jackson and 
Columbus Avenue. 200 pupils. 

St. Marys (Irish) for girls, Jackson between Jefferson and 
Madison. 250 pupils, 

*S^^. Mary's (German) for boys Jefferson between Decatur and 
Jackson. Bonn & Sons, Superintendents. 250 pupils. 

St. Mary's (German) for girls, Jefferson between Decatur and 
Jackson. Superintended and directed by the Sisters of the 
H>eart of Mary. 350 pupils. 



FIRE DEPARTMENT. 



Chief Engineer, CrCOrge »^talll. 

First Assistant, Christ. Walter. 

Second Assistant, AdaiU Bcalscll. 

Ogontz N'K 1. — Engine House foot of Hancock. RicliarcS 
C Ciltlibert, Foreman ; Jacob Ulmer, Assistant; William 
Dean, Treasurer ; Charles Nickles, Secretary; Kdward Gierson, 
Hose Marshal; II. Soaf, Assistant. ; 



SOCIETIES. 21 

Resfue, No. 2. — Engine House corner Fulton and Market. 
Randal Schuck, Foreman ; J. B. Lounsbury, Treasurer ; D. 
CJauer, Secretary; William Laden, Hose Marshal. 

Hornet., No. 3. — Engine House foot of Jackson. M. Nolen, 
Foreman ; Christ. Howard, Assistant; Patrick Grlaney, Treasurer ; 
Henry Mulvehan, Secretary; HeT>ry Golden, Hose Marshal; 
James Farrell, Assistant. 

Union, No 4. — Engine House foot of Camp and TiflGin Avenue. 
William Koch, Foreman; Charles Wildenthaler, Assistant; 
Jacob Maertz, Treasurer ; V. Kiefer, Secretary ; Louis Roth, 
Hose Marshal; George Schumacher, Assistant. 

Tigers, No. 5.— Rngine House Huron Park. J. H. Wil- 
liains. Foreman; Adam May, Assistant; William Ohly, 
Treasurer ; A. Van Blackam, Secretary; James Shaw, Hose 
Marshal; Christ. Good, Assistant. 

Hook and Ladder Company, No. 1. — House East Market near • 
Hancock. George Hoffman, Foreman ; Conrad Baker, First 
Assistant; Phillip Gaetz, Second Assistant; Adam Bauer, 
Treasurer; John M. Schwab, Secretary ; Fred. Hutter, Axle 
Foreman. 



BECRET AND BENEVOLENT SOCIETIES. 



MASONIC. 

Perseverance Lodge, No. 329, F. & A. M., meets the second 
and Fourth Tuesdays of each month, third story Hubbard's 
Block, Water. Officers: H. E. O'SEagan^ W. M.; Tunis 
Hubbard, S. W.; A. Butts, J. D. ; H. H. Moore, S. D.; 

Horace Brooks, Treasurer; C. Schnaitter, Secretary; tjacob 
Schaub, Tiler. 

Science Lodge, No. 50 F. & A. M. — G-eorge J. Audersou, 
W. M. ; E. H. Wilcox, S. W. ; C. X, Byan, J. W. ; 1.. 

Monat, Treasurer ; Voltaire Scott, Secretary ; Van Buren 
Palmer, S. D.; C. Benjamin, J. D. ; Fred. Kelsey, Tiler. Meets 
first and third Mondays of each month, at Masonic Hall, Town- 
send Block, south side Water, between Wayne and Columbus 
Avenue. 



22 NEWSPAPERS- 

Sandusly City Cliapter No. 72. — Timothy Ingle, H. P.; H, 
H. Moore, K. ; J. D. Lea, S.; I.. Moiiat, C. H. ; A. C. 
Townsend, R. A. C; H. E. O'Hageii, a. M. 3d V. ; W. 
B. Smith, Jr., G. M. 2d v.; F. W. Alvord, G. M. 1st V.; 
IVilliaiu H. McFall, Treasurer; Toltaire Scott, 
Secretary; Fred. Kelsey, Guard. Meets the second and fourth 
Wednesdays in each month. 

Sandusky City Council R. & S. 31. — W. H. M.OOre, T. I. 
G. M.; C. J. Parsons, D. I. G. M.; James D. Lea, P. C. W. ; 
H. F. Paden, C. P. ; Li. Monat, Treasurer ; Voltaire 

Scott, Recorder; Fred. Kelsey, Sentinel. Meets second Friday 
in each month. 

ODD FELLOWS. 

Odd Felloios Hall., east side Jackson street between Water and 
Market. 

Erie Encampment^ No. 27, meets at their Hall on Jackson 
street, on the first and third. Fridays of each month. Adam 
Moos, C. P. ; F. C. Gooss, H. P.; S. Schlenk, S. W. ; A.BuderiiS, 
T. W. ; Conrad Moos, Scribe; G. Hart, Treasurer. 

Ogontz Lodge No. 66, /. 0. 0. i^., meets every Thursday evening 
in their lodge room on Jackson street. F. C CrOOSS, N. G. ; 
I. M. Diebald, V. G. ; E. B. Shafer, I.. Trailb, Frank Hess. 

HALLS, PUBLIC BUILDINGS, &c. 

Court House, Public Square. 

Fisher's Hall, north-west corner Water and Wayne. 

Masonic ^oi/, Townsend Block, Water between Columbus Avenue 

and Wayne. 
Norman Hall, north side Water between Decatur and Jackson. 
Odd Fellows Hall, east side of Jackson between Water and 

Market. 
Turn- Verein Hall, Hubbard's Block, Jackson. 
Union Hall, west side Columbus Avenue between Water and 

Market. 



NEWSPAPERS. 



Sandusky Journal, published weekly by Killliey Brotll- 

er.S, at their office third story Cooke's Block, corner Columbus 
Avenue and Market street. Terms 82.00 per annum. 



MISCELLANEOUS. 23 

Commercial Register, published daily, tri-weekly and weekly, 
at Euterpean Buildina;, Water street near Columbus Avenue, by 
l^ettletoii & IVaterbury. Terms: Daily, $8.00; Tri- 
weekly, $4.00 ; Weekly, $2.00 per annum. 

SandusK-y Herald (German), published tri-weekly and weekly, 
south side Water street, between Columbus Avenue and Wayne, 
by Fcerster & I^euert. Terms: Tri-weekly, $5.00; and 
weekly $2.00 per annum. 

Bay Stadt Demohrat (German) published semi-weekly and 
south side Water street between Lawrence and McDonough, by 
Jacob Hertel. Terms : Semi-weekly, $— ; Weekly, $2.00 
per annum. 



MISCELLANEOUS. 



Erie County Medical Society. — Aaron Austill, President ; 
H. J. Dunahoe, Secretary and Treasurer. Resident members: 
Daniel Tildeu. A. H. Agard, J. E. Woodbridge, E. S. Lane, 
Philip Grseffe. 

German Abetter Association. — Meets first Thursday in each 
month at Volmer's, 39 Water street. Conrad Moos, President; 
Jacob Mertz, Vice President; George Marshall, Secretary; 
Ferdinand Bing, Treasurer. 

German Turn- Verein Association. — Meets in Biemiller's 
new building north side Water, between Columbus Avenue and 
Wayne. Charles Olilemaeher, 1st Speaker; Jacob 
Schaub, 2d Speaker ; Fred. Olllemaclier, 1st Turnwart ; 
Dan Kuntz, 2d Turnwart; Jacob Stark, Secretary; Alictrew 
Bieiiiiller, Treasurer. 

Great Western Band Musical Association. — Meets twice a week 
at Joliii Saiiman'si Saloon, Keech's Block, Water street. 
Charles Baetz, Leader. 

Ladies of the Sacred Heart of Mary. — Jackson street between 
Jefferson and Madison. Miss Birds, Superior. 

Sandusky Mannerchor (^Singoerciri) Association. — Meets twice a 
week at Jobii ISauinan's Saloon, Keech's Block, Water 
street. C ^cliuaitter. Director. 



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24 MISCELLANEOUS. 

ScmdusIcT/ Gas Light Company. — Organized 1854. Office and 
works west side Lawrence, between Water and Market. Capital, 
$7^,000. 'William Miidison, Secretary and Superintendent. 
Directors: A. H. Moss, E. B. Sadler, W. 8. Pierson, W. A. 
Simpson, S. W. Biatler. 

St. Joscjih Benevolent Association (German Catholic). Estab- 
lished May. 1867. Number of members 120. Vincent Fox, 
President; Mr. Bonn, Secretary; Mr. Gundlaeh, Treasurer. 

St. Marias Female Benevolent Association (German Catholic). — 
Established -April, 1867. Number of members, 280. Mary 
Icsman, President; Victoria Cable, Secretary; Mrs. Krupp, 
Treasurer. 

Young Men's Christian and Library Association. — Library and 
Reading Rooms third story Moss' Block, east side Columbus 
Avenue, between Water and Market. Organized June, 1867. 
li. H, liatlaam. President; 1st Vice President, «IaiueiS 
"Woolwortli; 2d Vice President, €r. J. Anderson ? 
Treasurer, T. W. Torrey ; Corresponding Secretary, K, M. 
Wilcox ; Recording Secretary, J. C. Mijmey. Board of 
Managers : A. H. €rale, William O. l<aBie, John 
Zollenger, E. H. Wilcox, Oeorge Tliorntoii, li. H. 
Tenney, William M. Mills, F. E. Foster, Lewis 
.Moss, Co V. Olds, CJeorge Mareli, A. G. Moss. 

Rooms are open from 8 a. m., to 10 P. M., each day. A very 
large library, and all the principal newspapers and magazines on 
.file. 

[8®="The Publisher of this Directory has been requested to say tliiit these Eeactiiis: 
Eooiiis are free to all whether they are members of th« Association or not, and that 
strangers or residents, foreign born or natives, are alike invited ; and it will be a 
pleasure to the managers and members to see them there.] 

Guttenbjirg Grov. No. 9, V. A. 0. D Druid's Lodge meets 
every Monday night at Kuntz's Hall, Water street, between 
Jackson and Columbus Avenue. Established March 26th, 1856. 
Number of members, 85. Franz Warnke Deputy of Lodge ; 
Peter Wolf, E. Ez. ; George Meagle, E. E. ; Peter Binder, U. 
E.; WilUam Seitz, Secretary; Jacob Hemminger, Treasurer; 
Peter Young, J. W. ; Charles Warnke, F. Officers elected every 
six months. 



M'^K.ELVEY'S 



SANDUSKY DIRECTi 



FoiR, isev-s. 



ABBREVIATIONS. 



=e^..„„ ...„,„ ,...,alle}' or alh)patlnc. 

atty attorney. 

b i between, 

liar k .........bar keeper. 

i>(Ls, , boards. 

b h boarding house. 

bk book or brick, 

b k book keeper. 

bldr builder. 

bldg ...building. 

bo „ botanic. 

c, corner. 

•cab mkr , ..cabinet jnaker, 

carp carpenter. 

elk ....clerk, 

•cof h , coffee house. 

com ...commission. 

coiifec confectioner, 

<-' east. 

oc eclectic, 

e s east side. 

trig engineer. 



ex exchange. 

h house. 

ho homoeopathic. 

lab laborer. 

manuf manuf'y or nianufi 

mer merchant, 

mkr maker. 

n„ north. 

not pub notary public. 

nr : near. 

opp opposite. 

n s north side. 

prov ; provision. 

pro proprietor. 

les residence. 

8 south. 

s s south side. 

servt servant. 

w we.st. 

wii .....wholesale. 

w s ,. .....west side. 



'/'..:'. 



A. 



(i^ee 



Artisticul Peninanshixt at the Buckeye College, 
advertisement. J 

Abel John, lab., Columbus Av., bet. Columbus street and Scott. 

Able Louis, porter, h. Decatur, near Columbus. 

Afoei'Meilay «f. P., telegraph operator. S. M. & N. R. R.. 

bds. 52 Market. 

Accident^Ins. Co, of Columbus, Greo, Thorntou & Co., agents. 

Adams H, S., h. corner Washington and Wayne, 

, Aenderle Charles, physician and surgeon, h 97 Washington. 

^tna Ins. Co., of Hartford. G-eo, Thorntou & Co,, agents. 

Affleck W, J., bar tender, Colton House, bds same. 

Agard A. H« (A, & Woodbridge. physicians and surgeons,) 

h 42 Columbus Avenue. 



26 APP 

Agard & Woodbridge, (A. H. A. & J. E. W.,) physi- 
cians and surgeons, nee Water and Col. Ave., up stairs. 

Ao-en Jolin, engineer, h corner Barker and Harrison. 

Agsten Bern., carpenter, li Reese between Wayne and Hancock. 

Ainslie Mrs. Mary, h 54 Adams. 

Aiuslie D., book-keeper, h 54 Adams. 

Albert Adam L.. laborer, li 81 Adams. 

Alder James, (A. & Od.,* brewers,) h 81 Market. 

Alder & Co., (J. A., Geo. Wiudiscli & John Bright,) Bay 
City Brewery, (see advertisement.) 

Allen John J., carpenter, Monroe between Wayne and Hancock. 

Allen Miss 0., sewing machines and dress-maker, corner Water 
and Columbus Avenue, up stairs, residence 93 Monroe. 

Allen Thomas, machinist, h corner Warren and Monroe. 

Allen D., (A., Dorsey & Tenney,) res. Oberlin, Ohio. 

Allen, Doi-sey & Tenney, (D. A., S. W. D.& L. H. T.,) 
staves, heading, &c., Meigs, east end of Market. 

Alton Mrs. H. C, millinery and fancy goods, 44 Columbus Ave., 
h Huron Avenue. 

Alsttetter Louis, mail agent C. D. & E. R. R., h 142 Market. 

Alvord E., (E. A. & Son,) fish, h corner Perry and Washington. 

A Word F. W., (E. A. & Sou,) fish, h cor Washington and Perry. 

Alvord E. «& Son, fish, grapes, wine, &c., Railroad bet Col. 
Ave. and Wayne and old St. Lawrence building Water. 

Ambroser Aug., laborer, h Warren between Reese and Monroe. 

American Yeast Company, third floor Reber's Block, Water. 

Ander.SOn CJeo. J., internal revenue collector, h s w 
corner Wayne and Madison, 

Anderson Richard, (colored,) mechanic, h 3 Huron Avenue. 

Andlons Anthony, farmer, h e s Clinton bet JeiFerson & Madison. 

Andres Fridolin, shoemaker, 8 Columbus Avenue. 

Andrews Mrs. Mary E., widow, Wayne, bet. Market and VV^ater. 

Aner N., carpenter, h Madison, between Franklin and Hancock. 

Anton Frank, blacksmith, h 25 Huron Avenue. 

Anthony L., fish, h corner Market and Meigs. 

Anthony F. F., laborer, h Clinton between Madison and Monroe. 

Apple Grottleib, saloon, Columbus Av. near Columbus St., h same. 

Apple Henry, machinist, h 21 Camp. 



BAD 27 

Apple Conrad, pedler, li w s Putuam bet Sandusky and Barker. 

Aplin Horace, works S. M. & N. R. R., h A 42 Washington. 

Arend Fred., ice dealer, h. corner Adams and Perry. 

Arend Jacob, ice dealer, h corner Adams and Perry. 

Arend Nicholas, ice and wine, h 70 Perry. ^ 

Arepdt Van, stone mason, h 97 Meigs. 

Arkwood Charles, lake captain, Railroad, Fifth Ward. 

ArmstrongWm., (colored,) lab, h Warren bet. Jefferson & Adams. 

Arndt I>. M., wool and produce dealer and agent for Luce 

& Co., office with Luce & Co,, h 72 Adams. 
Arnold I>avid K., (Fay & A., drugstore 152 Water,) h 6-^ 

Adams, 
Arnst Henry, printer, h 71 Perry. 

Atwood E., shoe shop, Keech Block, Water, h 1 First, Camptown 
Auler Peter, laborer, h 40 Camp. 

Austin A., physician and surgeon, h 37 Washington. 
Austin Robert, bds 37 Washington. 

Austin H., (Greo. Thornton & Co., ins. agts,) bds 37 Washington. 
Awre N., carpenter, S. M. & N. R. R. shops. 
Ayres & Iiearned, lumber, shingles, lath, &;c., north side 

Water foot McDonough. 
Ayers Eben R., (A. & Learned, near C. D. & E. R. R. Depot,) 
• bds West House. 

B. 

Muckeye Business and Telegraph College. (See 

advertisement.) 
Baptist Church, Wayne between Washington and Adam's. 
Baptist Church (eol'd) w s Decatur bet Washington and Adams. 
Bach Jacob, (B. & Knowlton, upholsterers,) h Perry bet Market 

and Water. 
Bach Anthony, laborer, h Harrison bet Madison and Monroe. 
Bach & Knowlton, (J. B. and P. N.) Upholstery, Water 

bet Wayne and Hancock (see advertisement.) 
Bachmeyer G-eo., carpenter, G. D. & E. R. R. depot, h 148 Adams. 
Bachelder I. H., sailor, h 178 Market. 

Backer C, laborer, h south side Madison bet Camp and Shelby. 
Bade Aug., (G-raul & B., machinists,) h south side Market near 

Hancock. 



28 BAR 

Bader Adam, lab. h e s Shelby bet Jefferson and Madrsor?, 

Bader Jacob, (Eberle &, B., ^ocers,) h 38 Camp. 

Baetz Charles, leader G. W. Band, h c Jackson and Madison. 

Baff Augustine, painter, h n e c Market and Fulton, shop rear b, 

T^ailey Greorge (eoTd) bds corner Adams and Decatur. 

Baker Nicholas, cooper, h 197 Market, 

Baker Mrs, Emily, widow, h 43 Market, 

Baker B., cooper and saloon, h and saloon Water bet Wayne and 

Hancock, cooper shop AVaterbet Hancock and Franklin. 
Baker William, tinsmith, h 41 Jefferson. 
Baker Simon, foundryman, h 41 Jefferson. 
Baker Jacob, lab h First street Camptown. 
Baldorff Joseph, drayman, h 13 Madison, 

BaneyChas. foreman printer, bds Market bet Decatur aud Jackson. 
Barber A. H., h 13 Market bet Perry and Warren. 
Barber J. J., bds 13 Market. 

Barker Jacolj A., Agt U. S. Express Co., h 62 Adams. 
Barker Z. W., justice of the peace, h 56 Hancock. 
Barker Geo. W., painter, 21 Fulton, h 72 Railroad. 
Barker Owen, laborer, bds 18 Lawrence. 
Barnett D., (col'd) laborer with Ryan & Johnson. 
Barnett Geo. A., elk, h 2 Brick Block, Adams, w end. 
Uarwey Weilllell Z., grape grower and propagator, office 

c Col Av and Market up stairs, h Market bet Franklin 

and Warren'. 
Barney Geo. & Son, (G. B. and G. L. B.) hardware, Hubbard's 

Block, Water. 

Barney CJeo. Sr., (B. & Son, hardware, Hubbard's Block. 

Water near Col Av) h 30 Washington, 
Barney Geo. Jr., (B. & Son, hardware, Hubbard's Block, Water 

bds 30 Washington. 
Barney Chas. D., bookeeper, h 50 Franklin, 
Barney Mrs. E. C, h 50 Franklin, 
Barney & Ferris, (F, T. B, & B. F. F.) hardware, nee 

Jackson and Water. 

Barney F. T., (B. and Ferris, hardware, B. Ocobock and Torrey, 
bent work, &c.) Vice President 1st National Bank, h 
73 Washington. 



BE A 29 

Barney, Ocobock & Torrey, bent work, &c., McDonougli and 

Shelby, bet "Water and Market. 
Barrell Robert, bakery, c Third and Erie, Camptawn. 
Barrett^JI., blacksmith, S. M. & N. R. R. Shops. 
Bartlefsen B., shoemaker, h 89 McDonough. 
Barton John, painter, h north side Madison bet Lawrence and 

McDonough. 
Barton Philip, laborer, h 53 Camp. 

Bartor Patrick, shoemaker, e s Lawrence bet Market and Water. 
Bass Allen, (eol'd) laborer with Ryan & Johnson. 
fiaiibacli J^aeob, saloon, 105 Market, h same. 
Eaiaefi' Atlani, groceries and provisions, 136 Market, h 28 

Decatur. 
Bauer J. J., carpenter, h c Decatur and Monroe. 
Bauer Joseph, mason, h Columbus Avenue c Monroe. 
Bauer Aug., wagon maker, bds 41 Market. 
Bauer Geo., wagon maker and grape grower, h 41 Market. 
Bauer Mrs. L., h rear 124 Adams. 
Bauer Jacob, laborer, bds 124 Adams, 
Baiiiliaii J". 5 saloon s's Water bet Jackson and Col Av, h 93 

Hancock. 
Baumeister John, tailor, h Market bet Decatur and Fulton. 
Baumeister Charles, bds Market between Fulton and Decatur. 
Beach Geo., lab h c Columbus Avenue and Scott. .* 

ISeiteli J. ]Sr.5(A. 0. Piatt & Co., photographers) res 48 Hancock. 
Beachan, Jno., lab, h c JeflFerson and Railroad. 
Reals C, car builder, C. D. & E. R. R. Shops. 
Bear & Son, produce and commission, R. R. bet Columbus Avenue 

and Wayne. 
Bear Nathan, (B. & Son, fish,) h Decatur bet Water and Market 
Bear Able, (B. & Son, fish,) bds Decatur bet Water and Market. 
Beatchman A., fireman, h Poplar bet Fulton and Lawrence. 
Beatsch Adam, groceries and provisions, Reber's Block, Water, 

h 113 Monroe. 
Beattie S. C, baggage master, bds 43 Market. 
Beattie Jno. Y., Master Mechanic S. M. & N. R. R. shops. 
Beatty Mrs. B. W., h 52 Market. 
Beaumeyer Henry, laborer with Moss Bros. & Merry. 
Beachtell Chas., coppersmith, C. D. &. E. R. R. Shops. 

4 



30 BER 

Bechberger Jno., foreman plaster mill, la Perry bet Reese and 
Neil. 

Bechberger Gr., h First street, Camptown. 

Bechtil Conrad, laborer, h c Monroe and Clinton. 

Becbtler William, machinist, h 53 Camp. 

Bechtler Chas., mechanic, h Clinton bet Madison and Monroe. 

Beck Martin, teamster, h Adams bet Warren and Perry. 

Beck Louis, laborer, h Jefferson bet Railroad and Camp. 

Beck Jno., machinist, C. D. & E. R. R. shops. 

Becker C, cooper shop. Railroad bet Hancock and Franklin. 

Becker Bern., saloon keeper, Columbus street, h same. 

Beckhart Joseph, laborer, h Clinton bet Madison and Monroe. 

Beckle Joseph, caulker h 62 Market. 

Beeclier li. S. & J. T., att'ys at law, 8 Washington Row. ' 

Beecher L. S., (L. S. B. and J. T. B. attorneys at law) h Wash- 
ington Row near Jackson. 

Beecher J. T., (L. S. B. & J. T. B., att'ys at law,) h 93 Col Av. 

BeekenCath., widow, h 4 Huron Avenue. 

Beeler Adolph, saddler, h Water bet Franklin and Warren. 

Beer Jno., carpenter, h Reese bet Franklin and Warren. 

Beer George, carpenter, h Reese bet Franklin and Warren. 

Beer P., laborer, h Reese bet Franklin and Warren. 

Beerly Chas., foundryman, h Harrison bet Madison and Monroe. 

Behrendsen H. J., laborer, h 67 Jackson. 

Beier Oeo., ale and beer, c Putnam and Jefferson, h same. 

Beilstein L. blacksmith, h 220 Jefferson. 

Bell Stewart, h 110 Adams. 

Beltan Mrs., h c Meigs and Neil. 

Belyea Mrs., dress and cloak maker, 5 Washington Row. 

Bemer Christ., farmer, h w s Putnam bet Seneca and Sandusky. 

Bender M., blacksmith and saloon keeper, Hancock bet 
Madison and Monroe, h same. 

Bengel Chas., laborer, bds 46 Wayne*. 

Benjamin C, ship carpenter, h 27 Perry. 

Benn Peter, grocer, n w c Railroad and Jefferson, h 281 Jefferson. 

Benson William, laborer, h Lawrence bet Water and Market. 

Beutz Jacob, drayman, h 65 Adams. 

Berger Fred., cooper,e h c Monro and Franklin. 



BIN 31 

Berger Frank, boarding house, Water bet Warren and 

Franklin. 
Bergmoser, saloon, Water bet Fulton and Decatur, h same. 
Berhaver Justin, laborer, b n e c Clinton and Sandusky. 
Berkeley Aug., mechanic, h c Clinton and Barker. 
Berkley, Valentine, laborer, h 10 Adams. 
Bernhard H., saloon, c Hancock and Scott. 
Berrick Chas., saloon, s w c Market and Fulton, h same. 
Berrigan P., livery stable. Water near Wayne h 120 Miami Av. 
Bertram Fred., carpenter, works C. D. & R. B. R. ahops. 
Berwit v., laborer, in Moss Bros. & Merry's lumberyard, 
Betschman Mrs. M., widow, h 148 Jefferson. 
Betzler Chas. A., physician and cler'g, h 73 Railroad. 
Biekel & Oooss, (V. B. & F. C. G.) liquors, 21i Water. 
Bickel y., (B. & Gooss, liquors) h 21 Jackson. 
Bickel Mrs. A. C, widow, h e s Camp bet Monroe and Osborne. 
Bickel John C, cigar maker, Camp bet Monroe and Barker, h 

same. 
Bickford Mrs. F. A., h c Adams and McDonough. 
Bickley Thomas, caulker, h 22 First street, Camptown. 
Bickley Harvey, caulker, h First street, Camptown. 
Bicklin Joseph, carpenter, h c Harrison and Barker. 
Biehl Fred., laborer, h Reese bet Perry and Warren. 
Biehl Conrad, carpenter, b Wayne bet Neil and Scott. 
Biehl Louis, foreman lumber yard, h Wayne bet Neil and Scott. 
Biehl Jacob, carpenter, h c Hancock and Neil. 
Biehl Henry, laborer, h rear 38 Monroe. 
Bieiuillei* Andrew, fish dealer, h Perry bet Water and 

Market. 

Biemiller Christ., h First street, Camptown. 

Bietsch A., (Simmermacher & Co., grocers,) h Monroe bet Col 

Av and Wayne. 
Bigler Nicholas, sawyer, h 169 Market. 
Bigelotv J. Cr., attorney. Union Block, up stairs, h Hancock, 

bet Jefferson and Madison. 
Bill C. C, dry goods, 156 Water, h 101 Hancock. 
Bill C. C, merchant tailor, w s Col Av bet Water and Market. 
Biug William, prop. Bing House, Market near Jackson. 
Bing House, n s Market near Jackson. 



32 BON 

Bing Ferd., blacksmith, h c Tiffin Avenue and Railroad. 
Birch Jas., carpenter, h Decatur bet Water and Market. 
Birkmayer Joseph, cabinet maker, Market near Warren. 
Bissett Robert, machinist, h 330 Madison. 
Bittel 1.0uiS, saloon, u w c Washington and Mc Donough, 

h same. 
Bitter Fred., brewer, h n w c Harrison and Tiffin Avenue. 
Bitter Jacob, laborer, h Tiffin Avenue, bet Camp and Railroad. 
Bixby Joseph, jewelry and engraving, e s Columbus Avenue, near 

Water, h 36 Fulton. 
Black ■>!., laborer, works C D. & E. R. R. shops. 
Blade Patrick, teamster, h Railroad street. Fifth Ward. 
Blair John, carpenter, h 107 Lawrence. 

Blanton William, (col'd) whitewasher, h 12 Huron Avenue. 
Blocker M., blacksmith, works S. M. & N. R. R. shops. 
Bloker J. C, bakery and confectionery, 21 Columbus 

Avenue, h 66 Market. 
Bloker Martin, engineer, h w s Fulton bet Fox and John. 
Blumer Nicholas, blacksmith, h 65 Jackson. 
Blumer N., blacksmith, Columbus Avenue bet Adams and Jeffer- 
son, h 24 Jackson. 
Blumenstock Mrs. H., meat market, h s end Columbus Avenue. 
Boalt C. I.., President S. M. & N. R. R. 
Bock M. Gr., barber, shop Water bet Jackson and Decatur, h 

Columbus Avenue near Madison. 
Bodmer, John R., clergyman, h 169 Madison. 
Boehmyev Geo., carpenter, works C. D. & E. R. R. shops. 
Boesch Otto, tailor, h rear 150 Market. 
Boeth Ferdinand, cabinet ware manufacturer, h Columbus Avenue, 

south end. 
Boethe William, tailor, bds 19 Wayne. 

Boetticher Albertine, widow, Columbus street, near Columbus Av. 
Bogcrt Jay, saloon, Keech's block, Water, up stairs. 
Bogert D. D., h 133 Wayne. 

Bolton Henry, brewer, bds c Putnam and Jefferson. 
Bolton F., carpenter, h n s Madison bet Shelby and McDonough. 
Bone Andrew, laborers, h 313 Madison. 
Bonn & Diers, (W. B. & F. D.) merchant tailors, s s Water bet 

Jackson and Columbus Avenue. 



BRE 33 

Bonn Williaru, (B. & Diers, merchant tailors,) li 196 Adams. 

Bonn L. S., teacher Grerman, h Decatur b Jefferson and Madison. 

Boos Jacob, (Schneider & B., butchers,) h 36 Market. 

Boos Mrs. C, boarding house, 16 Decatur. 

Booth John E., machinist C. D. & E. K. R. shops, h 161 Market. 

Border Geo., grinder, h e s Mills bet Tiffin Avenue and Madison. 

Borst K., carpenter, h 222 Adams. 

Boshoe Joseph, cooper, with Luce & Co. 

Boston & Jones, (col'd) hack stable, Wayne bet Market and 

Washington. 
jBoistou Tlioiuai^i H., (col'd) preacher, h c Hancock and 

Scott. 
Bouton C. E., (Latham & B., merchant tailors,) h 111 Madison. 
Bouton Mrs. D. W., widow, hill Madison. 
Bowen Patrick, teamster, works Moss Bros. & Merry. 
Bowen Andrew, laborer, works Moss Bros. & Merry. 
Bowers Jas., turner, h Camp, 5th Ward. 
Bowman Chas., painter, 32 Tiffin Avenue. 
Boyce Thomas W., book-keeper, h Decatur, south end. 
Boyle Mike, laborer, h 213 Market. 
Boyle Martin, laborer, bds 213 Market, * 

Bradley A., watchman, h Water bet Hancock and Franklin. 
Bradley E. W., clerk Colton House, bds same. 
Brady Mrs. C, widow, h 18 Camp. 

Brahn William, car builder, works C. D. & E. R. R. shops. 
Brailey Geo., laborer, works for Luce & Co. 
Brainard B., undertaker, 42 Fulton, h 71 Washington. 
Brand Charles, carpenter, bds 168 Market. 
Brandt Louis, lab, works Moss Bros. & Merry. 
Braner David, laborer, h 156 Market. 
Brannig Philip, miller, h 52 McDonough, 
Braunling John, shoemaker, h 63 Perry. 
Braunwert Frank, butcher, corner Adams and Warren. 
Breckenridge Geo. R., messenger, U. S. Express Co. 
Breen John, stone mason, 122 Decatur. 
BreliiU William, carpenter, h 119 Hancock. 
Breitzmann H., h Market, bet Meigs and Perry. 
Brengartner Sylvester, boarding house, c Washington and Camp. 
Brennan Geo., sailor, h 223 Market. 



34 - BUG 

Brennike F., clerk and book-keeper, h 97 Washington', 
BresslerGeo., laborer, h Railroad, bet Water and Market. 
Bretzler Charles A., physician and clergyman, h 73 Railroad. 
Brian Patrick, laborer, h e s Shelby bet Madison and Monroe. 
Brickman Christ., lab., h Railroad street, Fifth Ward, 
Brightenberg F., works for Allen, Dorsey & Tenney, 
Brimhall Miss L. F., cloak and dress maker, w s Columbus Ave. 

bet Water and Market, up stairs, bds 5 Washington Row 
Brining Geo., carpenter, h Decatur near Columbus. 
Brinkman Henry, laborer, h 68 Camp. 
Brinn Andrew, laborer, h 53 Shelby. 
Bristol George H., mechanic, 56 Columbus Avenue. 
Broadt Christian, turner, h 46 Camp. 

Brondel Joseph, mechanic, h Clinton bet Sandusky and Barker. 
Brondow C, carpenter, works C. D. & E. R. R. shops. 
BrO]l!§>Oll ISeilvy M., general ticket agent S. M. & N. B 

R., h 37 Huron Avenue. 
Brooks Horace S., engineer, h c Miami Avenue and Adams. 
Brooks Charles, cooper, h Madison bet Harrison and Clinton. 
Broom David, works Allen, Dorsey & Tenney, 
Broom C, works for Allen, Dorsey & Tenney, 
Srown tf « "Si,, real estate agent, bds 43 Jackson. 
Brown John, sawyer, h 129 Franklin. 
Brown Jno., laborer, h Melville bet Camp and Railroad. 
Brown William, h 83 Camp, Fifth Ward. 
Brown William, machinist, works C. D. & E. R. R. shops. 
Brown William, laborer, h Monroe bet Harrison and Putnam. 
Brown €J. P., clerk, h 171 Market. 
Brown David, baker, h n e c Clinton and Barker. 
Brown Joseph, cooper, h Water bet Hancock and Franklin. 
Brown Miss N., dress maker, h and shop c Market and Franklin. 
Brown Bethel, (colored) boarding house 135' Hancock. 
Brown Elijah, (colored,) laborer, bds 135 Hancock. 
Browuiug Tliomas, coal dealer, h Warren bet Jefferson 

and Adams. 
Brost Jno. v., marble shop n s Market near Col. Av., h 155 Adams. 
Brumbaugh John, brakeman, h 4 Brick Block, Adams, west end. 
Brunncl William, stone cutter, h 94 Perry. 
Buck J. D., (Kramer & B., homeopathic phys.,) h 55 Franklin. 



JOHN McKELYEY'S 



XjIIPE 



tmmm aati 



¥M^ 



Is on the corner of Columbus Ave. and Market St., 



Opposite the DPost Office. 



sibailiii&Ff @, 



(over.) 



JOHN McKELVEY, 



GJrE]VEI^.AJL. 



LIFE INSDBANGE ABENT, 

Will be pleased at any time to see 

his friends aod the friends to Life 
Insurance, at his 

AGENCY ROOMS, 



Opposite tlie JPost Office. 



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BUY 37 

Buck Jolin H., li 27 and 29 McDonough. 

Buckeye Mutual Ins. Co., Cleveland, 0., J. J. Finch, agt, Cooke's 
Block, Columbus xVvenue, up stairs. 

Biiclteye College, Union Hall, Columbns Avenue. 

Budenhagen John, gunsmith, shop and h 9 Wayne. 

Budenhagen Wm., painter, h Wayne bet Market and Washington. 

Buderus A., (Schnaitter & B.,) tailor, h 144 Adams. 

Buecking Grustavus, brewer, h 7 corner Perry and Market. 

Bullard Mrs. M., seamstress, h Franklin bet Water and Market. 

Bumm Charles, laborer, h 67 Jackson. 

Burger Frank, boarding house. Water bet Franklin and Warren. 

Burger George, laborer, h 82 Lawrence. 

Burgess L., clerk, bds 50 Hancock. 

Burgess William, clerk, bds 67 Lawrence. 

Burke James, tailor, h 109 Decatur. 

Burk Thomas, laborer, h 213 Adams. 

Burleson Sidney I., turner, bds 210 Market. 

Burton F. A., telegraph operator, bds c Jackson and Wash. 

Burns Thomas, stone mason, h Decatur, bet Market and Wash. 

Burns Patrick, lab, h nw c Putnam and Tiffin Avenue. 

Burns M., lab, h Reese, bet Warren and Franklin. '■''^ 

Burns Mrs. William, widow, h e s McDonough, bet Market and ' 
Washington. 

Burns James, laborer, h 152 Madison. 

Bush H, C, att'y and real estate agt., 46 Columbus Avenue, h 
c Columbus Avenue and Jefferson. 

ISutler S, W.5 produce dealer, n e cor Columbus Avenue, 
and Market, up stairs, h 97 Wayne. j,.-) 

Butler J. C, elk S. M. & N. R. R. freight office, bds 97 Wayne. 

Butler James, machinist, h e s Shelby, bet Wash, and Monroe. 

Butler John, (col'd,) lab, h n s John, w of Fulton. 

Butterfield C. A., machinist, h 90 Jackson. 

Butts Fritz, bds with V. Nussly, Franklin. 

Butts Andrew, Norman Hall Restaurant, Water, bet Jack- 
son and Decatur, h c Jackson and Madison. 

Buxton John C, gen'l fr't agt. C. D. & E. R. R. Co., h — . 
Buyer BiT. J., candy and notions, 147 Water, h s end Decatur. 
Buyer A., elk 2d N. Bank, h 55 Market. 

5 



38 CAR 

Buyer N., street supervisor, li 81 Fulton. ■*- 

Buyer Louis, elk C. C. Keech's, Lats, furs, &c., Water, bds 81 

Fulton. 
Buyer John, grocery and saloon, w s Columbus Av. near Market. 
Buyer John Jr., bds s s Market, near Hancock. 
Buyer B. F., painter, bds s s Market, near Hancock. 

C. 

College of Actual Business Training, (see adver- 
tisement of Buckeye College.) 

Cable Lawrence, boots and shoes, 178 Water, h 171 Adams. 

Cady Mrs. C, millinery, Miller's Block, Columbus Av., upstairs. 

Cahn Daniel, clothing, 173 Water, h Market bet De-atur & Fulton. 

Cain James, laborer, h n e c Madison and Putnam. 

Cajner Frank, laborer, 138 Wayne. 

Caldwell S. B., h 56 Wayne. 

Callan Mich., laborer, h 127 Hancock. 

Callan Thomas, laborer, h e s Shelby bet Madison and Monroe. 

Camp Jacob, (T. Hosmer & Co., vinegar,) h 39 Columbus Av. 

Campbell James, fireman, C. D. & E. R. R. 

Campbell Timothy, laborer, h corner Sandusky and Harrison. 

Campbell Wm., sawyer, h n s Market bet Fulton and Lawrence, 

Campbell John, laborer, C. D. & E. R, R. shops. 

Campbell William, blacksmith, h corner Neil and Meigs. 

Cane John, watchman, C. B. & E. R. R. 

Carey Harry, (col'd') carpenter, h Warren bet Reese and Monroe. 

Can* John, arch, and bldr, h n w e Market and McDonough. 

Carr Henry, carpenter, h Water, bet Franklin and Hancock. 

Carr Benjamin, mason, h 153 Perry. 

Carrigan John, lab, h 159 Madison, bet. Decatur and Jackson. 

Carrigan Michael, lab, h 159 Madison, bet Decatur and Jackson. 

Carrigan Sarah, h 159 Madison bet Decatur and Jackson. 

Carrigan Wm., lab, h 159 Madison, bet Decatur and Jackson. 

Carroll Christ., carpenter, h Perry, bet Reese and Neil. 

Carroll Patrick, blacksmith S. M. & N. R. R. shop, h 68 Decatur, 
between Washington and Adams. 

Carroll Michael, grocer, n w corner Columbus Avenue and Mar- 
ket, h 150 Adams. 

Carstensen Peter, lab, h Reese, bet Hancock and Franklin. 



CIN 39 

Carter Samuel L., macliiiiist, li 57 Franklin. 

Carton D., teacher, bds 47 Washington. 

Casey John, stoue cutter, h Eeese, bet Perry and Warren. 

Cash Wm., baggageman on C. D. & E. R. R., h 81 Lawrence. 

Casper Joseph, blacksmith, h 92 McDonough. 

Castar N., shoemaker, h Tiffin Avenue, bet Camp and Railroad. 

Cassidy Miles, quarryman, h Reese b Hancock and Franklin. 

Cassidy E. C, mason, h 33 Hancock. 

Cassidy Robert, builder, h 58 Market. 

Cassidy James, lab, bds Reese, bet Hancock and Franklin. 

Cassidy J., boilermaker, works C. D. & E, R. R, shops. . 

Cassidy Joseph, laborer, h 144 corner Jackson and Monroe. 

Cassidy Joseph, boilermaker, h 25 Camp. 

Cassidy Michael, overseer 1st section S. M. & N. R. R., h corner 

Reese and Franklin. 
Cassidy James, bds 81 Decatur. 
Cassidy James, farmer, bds 33 Hancock. 
Catliei'inaii S. J., carpenter and joiner, h 53 Fulton. 
Catholic Cemetery, Putnam street, near city limits. 
Cation Nick, lab, h Barker, bet Harrison and Putnam. 
Cavinaugh John, lab, h 75 Shelby. 
Cellars L., lab, h n s Madison, bet Clinton and R. R. 
Center Clark, machinist, h lie c Adams and Jackson. 
Chamberlin J. D., County Treasurer, h 107 Hancock. 
Chambers L., bricklayer, h 73 Franklin. 
Chandler Albert, brakeman, h 28 Shelby. 
Chaney Wm. F., foreman Register Job Rooms, h 17 Franklin. 
Chapman W. P., h 51 Washington. 
Chapman W. E., book-keeper, bds 51 Washington. 
Chester E. S., with James Woolworth, h 95 Adams. 
Christofel Adam, threshing machines, h 7 Washington. 

Church Holy Angels (Rev. R, A. Sidley, pastor,) c Jef- 
ferson and Tiffin Avenue. 

City Fire Ins. Co., of Hartford, Ceo. Thornton & Co.,agts. 

Ciiieiuiiati, Dayton and Eastern R. R. Co., Rush 
R. Sloane, pres.; J. C. Williams, supt.; L. H. Latham, 
treas. and sec; John C. Buxton, gen'l fr't agt. Offices 
Hubbard's Block, n w c Columbus Avenue and Water. 
Depot and Freight Office R.R.,b Fulton and Lawrence. 



40 COL 

Clark William, cooper, h. 5 First, Gamptown. 

Clark Bros., butchers. West Market, bet Decatur and Fulton. 

Clark William, lab, li 49 Shelby. 

Clark Stephen, h B 16 Washington. 

Clark Mrs. Sarah, h 9 Washington Eow. 

Clarkson M., eng S. M. & N. R. R. 

Clarkson M. C, foreman of blacksmith shop, S. M. & N. R. R., 

h 31 Meigs. 
Clary D. C, sailor, bds e s Hancock, bet Reese and Neil. 
Clary Miss Kate F., cor Franklin and Market. 
Claven John, barber, h w s Fulton, bet Monroe and Fox. 
Clay Christ., lab, h 183 Adams. 

Clefficher Samuel, lab, h Clinton, bet Monroe and Barker. 
Clemens Jacob, carpenter, h 50 McDonough. 

Clemm , cooper, h Perry, bet Market and Water. 

Cleveland and Toledo B. K. Office R. R., bet Fulton 

and Lawrence. 
Cline John, lab, C. D. & E. R. R. shops. 
Cloatz Greorge, harness mkr, n s Market, between Jackson and 

Columbus Avenue. 
Cloner Daniel, elk, bds 17 Fulton. 
Cloner Paul, lab, bds 17 Fulton. 
Close Henry, foundryman, h 71 Perry. 
Close Jake, cooper, with Allen, Dorsey & Tenney. 
Close Jacob, lab, h Adams, bet Warren and Perry. 
Clothier James, brass moulder, h 11 Second St., Camptown. 
Coaek Charles, lab, bds 168 Market. 
Cochran George, elk C. D. & E. R. R. freight office, bds n s 

Washington, bet Decatur and Fulton. 
Cog'lilin I>auiel, wagons and carriages, cor Columbus Av- 

and Jeiferson, h Wayne bet Market and Washington. 
Cogswell F. W.5 prosecuting att'y and notary public, coun- 
cil rooms. Union Block, Columbus Avenue, up stairs, 

bds 22 Market. 
Cohan H., elk, bds National House. 

Cohl Conrad, wagon mkr, near Bender's blacksmith shop, Han- 
cock, bet Madison and Monroe. 
Cole Stephen, lab, 14 Second st., Camptown. 
Cole Williaiji, draymao, h 12 Second st., Camptown. 



CON . 41 

Coles James, gardener, h 101 Lawrence. 
Coles Isaac, drayman, h A102 Washington. 
Collins W. W., sailor, h Washington, bet Meigs and Perry. 
Coleman John, stone mason, h Reese, bet Franklin and Warren. 
Colt R. E., boarding h, s e c Market and Franklin. 
Colt J. P., bds e s Franklin, bet Market and Washington, ^/jj. 
ColtOll House, (Harry Colton, proprietor.) s e corner Law- 
rence and Water. 
Colton Harry^ proprietor Colton House, s e cor Lawrence 

and Water. 
Colvei* E. HS-.f att'y at law and notary public, h c Jefferson 

and Warren. (See advertisement.) 
Columbus Home Fire Ins. Co., Columbus, S. C.Wheeler, agt. 
Commercial Register, daily, tri-weekly and weekly, 

(Nettleton & Waterbury, proprietors, 150 Water. See 

advertisement.) 
Comstock Mrs. E., dyeing establishment, 63 Market, h same. 
Conley Mrs. Rose, h Neil, bet Hancock and Franklin. 
Conley James, lab, works for Luce & Co. 
Conley Peter, shoemaker, h 227 Jefferson, 
Conley Barney, lab, h s s Madison, bet Camp and Shelby. 
Conlin Thomas, lab, works for Moss Bros. & Merry. 
Conly Thomas, lab, h Warren bet Jefferson and Monroe. 
Conley J., h Jackson, bet Monroe and Madison. 
Connelly James, lab, h Jackson, near Columbus Turnpike. 
C.onnell Mary, widow, h 180 c Market and Jackson. 
Conner Thomas, lab, h e s McDonough, bet Water and Market. 
Conners Pat., lab, h Fulton, bet Jefferson and Madison. 
Converse Mrs. A. E., widow, h 78 Columbus Avenue. 
Converse H. «& Son, (H. C. sr., & H. C. jr.,) boots and 

shoes, 3 Columbus Avenue. 
Converse W. H., clerk, h 78 Columbus Avenue. 
Converse H., (H. C. & Son, boots and shoes,) h Washington cor 

Franklin. 
Converse W. F., (Coy & C, foundry,) h 112 Adams. 
Conlon Owen, lab, h w s R. R., bet Tiffin Avenue and Jefferson. 
Conlon James, tailor, h 217 Market. 
Conlon Michael, laborer, works for Moss Bros. & Merry. 



42 . CRO 

Contiaental Ins. Co., of N. Y., Geo. Thornton & Co., agents. 

Conway Flllen, washerwoman, h Monroe bet JacksoD and Decatur, 

Cook Edwin, blacksmith, C D. & E, R. B. shops. 

Cook Louis, shoemaker, h 11 Madison. 

Cook J. P., stone dealer, bds National House. 

Cooke C. E. & G. A., (Chas. E. & Geo. A. C.,) dry goods, 
u w c Water and Columbus Avenue. 

Cooke Chas. E., (C. E. & G. A. C, dry goods,) h 97 Hancock. 

Cooke Geo. A., (U. E. & G. A. C, dry goods,) h s e c Wayne and 
Madison, 

Cooke Win. J., grain and flour, Norman Hall building, 
Water, h 95 Hancock. 

Cooke Andrew, carpenter, h 14 McDonough. 

Cooke Mrs. J. W., widow, h 54 Hancock. 

Cooke Pitt, banker, N. Y. City, h 65 Washington. 

Coons Jacob, laborer, h Railroad, Fifth Ward. 

Cormier John, laborer, h s e c Jefferson and Clinton. 

Costigan Thomas, grocer, Union Block, Col. Av., h 81 Decatur. 

Couch Mrs. J., h Tiffin Avenue bet Camp and Railroad. 

Cowdery Bros., (M. P. C. & J. W. C.,) horticultural store, 
Fisher's Block, Water. 

Cowdery M. F., supt. public schools, h A44 Washington. 

Cowdery J. W., (C. Bros.,) h Columbus, near limits of city. 

Cowles W. F., machinist, bds Colton House. 

Cox William, laborer, h Third street, Camptown. 

Cox John, laborer, h s s Adams bet Shelby and Camp. 

Coy & Converse, (E. G. C. & W. F. C.,) iron works s s Water bet 
Jacks.on and Decatur. 

Coy E. G., (C. & Converse, iron works,) h Water opposite Nor- 
man Hall. 

Cozxens M. E., manager W. U. Telegraph, bds 33 Decatur. 

Crague James, laborer, h 32 Shelby. 

Craley James, laborer, h s s Barker bet Mills and Butnam. 

Cranston Mrs. E., h n w c Putnam and Tiffin Avenue. 

Grass Wm., jr., upholsterer, h 169 Madison bet Decatur & Jackson. 

Crass Wm., boots and shoes, 169 Madison bet Decatur & Jackson. 

CravSS Fred., pressman. Register, h Madison bet Jackson and 
Decatur. 

Crosier B. A., messenger, U. S. Express. 



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after his death as during his life- 
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AT HIS OFFICE, 
Opposite the I*ost Office, 

AND SECURE A POLICY 

IN THE 

Home Mutual Life Insurance Company, 



AND YOUR DUTY IS DONE. 

(over.) 



How can you, who desire the 
welfare of your family, entertain 
the thought for a single day, that 
by your death they would be cast 
upon the cold charity of the world 
when for so small a sum, applied 
aoouatly while living, you can pro- 
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BAN 45 

Cross Chq,rles, city clerk, council chamber, Union Block, Colum- 
bus Avenue, up stairs, h 76 Railroad. 

Crowley John, laborer, C. & T. R. R. Co., h 150 Monroe b^^ 
Jackson and Decatur. 

Cullen John, teamstex-, h Decatur bet Madison and Jefferson. 

Cullen Michael, lab, h Decatur bet Jefferson and Madison. ,.„4f 

Culley J. Gr., machinist, b 74 Market. 

Culley Wm., fireman, C. D. & E. R. R. 

Culley J. Gr., carpenter, at Luce & Co.'s factory. 

Cunningham T., carpenter, h 101 Decatur. 

Cunningham P., carp, h 155 Madison bet Decatur and Jackson. 

Cunningham F., carpenter, C. D. & E. R. R. shops.. 

Cunningham Owen, carpenter, h 124 Decatur. 

Cunningham Michael, lab, h 157 Madison bet Decatur and Jackson: 

Cunningham James, lab, h cor Columbus Avenue and Monroe. 

Curre Robert, carpenter, h 138 Perry. 

Curren A. M., chair maker, h 155 Market. 

Curtli H. Wm., shoe mkr and grocer, 144 Hancock, h same. 

Custom House, s w c Columbus Avenue and Market. 

Ctitlibert Richard, plasterer, h Warren bet Monroe and 
Jefferson. 

Cuthbert John, laborer, h cor Warren and Monroe. 

Cutcliff Simon, silversmith, h 202 Adams. i 

Descriptive circulars of the Buckeye College sent free, 

(see advertisement). 
Daggers James, machinist, CD. &E.R.R. shops, h 156 Market. 
Dahm Frederick, wine and grape grower, Franklin bet Jefferson 

and Madison. 
Dahnke John, laborer, h n s John w of Fulton. ^j^^ 

Daley John, laborer. Tiffin Avenue bet Putnam and Harrison. 
Daley Philip, laborer, h Tiffin Avenue, bet Putnam and Harrison. 
Daley Peter, laborer, h 96 McDonough. 
Dane O. W., Agent C. & T. R. R. office. Railroad street, bet 

Fulton and Lawrence, h 67 Lawrence. ^- . /., 

Daniel Frank, bds 184 Adams. 

Daniel Mrs. V., grocery, 176 Market, h same. , , , 

Daniel Mrs. J., widow, h 184 Adams. 

6 



46 DEW 

Daniel Geo., groceries, c Adams and Lawrence, h. 88 Lawrence. 

Darling J B., county surveyor, h 50 Wayne. 

Darling Isaac, machinist, C. D. & E. K. R. shops. 

Darling J. M', mechanic, h 75 Columbus Avenue. 

Darnell M., barber, h Water bet Hancock and Franklin. 

I>avis Ira T., groceries and provisions, also potash manu- 
facturer, 22 Columbus Avenue, h 16 Adams. 

Davis David, grocery clerk, h 32 Sycamore. 

Davis Josh. B., dep't collector customs and inspector of revenue, 
bds A 16 Washington. 

Davis Jno. E.., grocery clerk, h A 16 Washington. 

Dayton D. L., captain, h east end Sycamore. 

Deal Henry, shoemaker, h Clinton bet Monroe and Barker. 

Dean William, Sr., gardener, h First street, Camptown. 

Dean William, carpenter, h First street Camptown. 

Dean John, fisherman, h First street, Camptown. 

Deely William E., laborer, h 25 Monroe. 

Deely Edmond, machinist, S. M. & N. R. R. shops. 

Deely Benj., carpenter, h corner Reese and Perry. 

Defrust M., tailor, h e s Clinton bet Monroe and Barker. 

Degenfeld Christopher, mail agent, h 110 Wayne. 

Deighnan Patrick, laborer, works S. M. & N. R. R. Co. 

Dempsey & Spath, butchers, sec Columbus Avenue and Market. 

Dempsey Thomas, butcher, h Columbus Avenue bet Madison 
and Jefferson. 

Dempsey Joseph, laborer, S. M. & N. R. R. Co., h Monroe bet 
Jackson and Decatur. 

Dempsey Mrs. Catherine, widow, h 172 Adams. 
Denhart J., blacksmith, h Railroad, 5th Ward. 
Dennis L. B., foreman with Ryan & Johnson. 
Dennis Jacob, laborer, bds c Mills and Barker. 
Dennis S. A., foreman lumberyard, h 87 Madison. 
Dennis L., planer, h 87 Madison, 

Deunis Cbas. B., clerks lumberyard, bds 87 Madison. 
Desoe Geo. B., conductor, S. M. & N. R. R. 
Dewalt A. J., bakery, &c., 175 Water, h same. 
Dewalt Joseph, baker, h 15-1 Madison bet Jackson and Decatur. 
Dewey Mrs. Mary, school teacher, Fulton street, h 66 Decatur 
bet Washington and Adams. 



DON 47 

Dewey Washington, h 43 Huron Avenue. i 

Dewitt W. H., mason, h 60 Hancock. 

Dewitt Mrs. J., widow, Wayne bet Madison and Monroe. 

Dewitt Mrs. Hannah, dress maker, 16 Washington. ; 

Deyck Chas., carpenter, h Jefferson bet Franklin and Warren. 

Dibble Daniel, farmer, h 13 Hancock. 

Dick Chas., laborer, works for Allen, Dorsey & Tenney. 

Dickson William, mechanic, h Railroad bet Adams and Jefferson. 

Didelins Geo., laborer, h Reese bet Hancock & Franklin. 

Diebold John, carpenter, he s Shelby bet Washington and Adams. 

Diers & Bonn, (T. D. & W. B.) merchant tailors, s s Water bet 

Columbus Avenue and Jackson. 
Diers F., (D. & Bonn, tailors) h 203 Jefferson. 
Dietrich John, plasterer, h Jackson bet Monroe and Madison. 
Dietrich John, laborer, h 344 Madison. 
Dietz Louis, saloon, 17 Fulton, h same. 
Dietz Joseph, Grerman book pedler, h Decatur bet Adams and 

Washington. 
Dignan Patrick, h 119 Monroe. 
Dill W. J., produce and commission merchant, n w c Railroad 

and Columbus Avenue, bds West House. 
Dimmock Robert, clerk drug store, bds 69 Adams. 
Dippel Martin, clerk 169J West block,Water, up stairs. ' ^"'''^ 
Dipsel Casper, laborer, h 21 Meigs. 

Doe J. S., agent C. D. & E. R. R. at Forest, h 123 Market. ' 
Doeegleman Joseph, yarns and notions, 79 Market, h same. 
Doerflinger Chas., carpenter, h 114 Market. 
Doerflinger Jno., Grerman teacher, h 116 Market. 
Doerflinger T. C, carpenter, works C. D. & E. R. R. shops. , ; 
Doerzbach Christ,, laborer, h 92 Camp. :;ii,(l 

Dohn Christ., works for Moss Bros. & Merry. 
Dolan William, stone cutter, bds 209 Jefferson. ;. ^ 

Dominick Cjnlin, works for Moss Bros. & Merry, ajsd 

Donahm G-eo. F., printer Register office, bds Perry street. 
Donkel Mrs. J., h Putnam bet Monroe and Barker. 
Donnahoe H. J., physician, Columbus Avenue, h c Decatur and 

Jefferson. 
Donnely Arthur, laborer, h c Warren and Reese. 
Donnely Jno., sailor, h c Warren and Reese. 



48 DXJS 

Donnor M., blacksmith, S. M. & N. R. R. shops. 

Doran Paul, watchman, h s s Adams bet Shelby andMcDonough. 

Doran Finton^ laborer, h 170 Monroe. ..t .ps-jI 

Doran F., blacksmith, S. M. & N. R. R. shops. 

Dorn Philip, (Soergel, D. & Reible,) h e s Harrison n of Tif&n Av. 

Dorrell Mrs. George, widow, h 71 Market. 

Dorsey Steven ^Y., (Allen D. c^ Tenney) h 48 Wayne. 

l)otey Mi-s., h 133 Perry. 

Doyle Greo., machinist, h 206 Market. 

Doyle Thobaas, laborer, bds Reese bet Hancock and Frnnkliti. 

Drake Thomas J., manufacturer of artificial limbs, Reber's block, 

Water, up stairs, h 31 Decatur. 
Drake Thomas L., clerk, W. T. & X. K. Wests' dry goods store, 

ii Miami Avenue bet Washington and Adams. 
Drake George B., artificial liiiiD manufacturer, Reber's block, ^jp 

stairs, bds 31 Decatur. 
Drake Henry, drayman, h 56 Shelby. 
Drewry Pat., laborer, h Reese bet Hancock and Franklin. 
Dritline John, laborer, works for Moss Bros. & Merry. 
Duenish .& Eichler,saloon, basement cor. Coluu. bus Avenue and 

Market. 
Dlieitiiisli liOliis^ saloon, nee Columbus Avenue and 

Market, basement. 
Duennish L., carpenter, h 7 Brick Block, w end Adams. 
Dufi'ey William E., laborer, h MeDonough bet Jefi'erson and 

Madison. 
Duffield Jno. C.,'brkkemiiii, h 5 Jefi'erson. 
Duffield William, laborer, works for Allen, Dorsey & Tenney. 
Dugan Hugh, h c Monroe & Camp. 
Dugan Martin, fireman, h n e e Jefi'erson and Shelby. 
Dumas Leopold, cooper, works for Luce & Co. 
Dunn Mrs. Susanna, h 5 Madison. ^ 

Dunuaho Mi-s. C, widow, h Reese bet Franklin and Hancock, 
Durkee Jno. W., agent for J. Woolworth, h 22 Washington. 
Duross Jas., foreman, h Water bet Hancock and Franklin. 
Durst Jno., stonecutter, Hubbard's alley, near Water and Decatur. 
Dussault Chas., grocery, nee Washington and MeDonough, h 

same. 



ELD * 49 

Dutcher H,, laborer, h alley eutrance s s Market bet Hancock 

and Franklin. 
Dutcher Miss J. F., dress maker, 84 Market, h Monroe bet Perry 

and Warren. 
Dyer John, quarryman, h c Perry and Monroe. 
-Dyer Pat., laborer, h Water bet Perry and Meigs. 
Dyer James, spoke turner, bds 175 Adams. 
Dyer John W., laborer, h 4 First street Camptown. 

Every body read the Buckeye Business College advettise- 

ment. 
Eaehorn K., laborer, bds s c Mills and Barker. 
Earick William, foreman car shop C. D. & E. R. R. Co. 
Ebaert C, carpenter, h 109 Market. 
Eberle & Bader, (W. E. & J. B.) groceries, 38 Camp. 
Eberley David, laborer, h s s Sandusky bet Putnain iand Mills. 
Eberle Wendle, (E. & Bader, groceries,) h n s Madison bet Camp 

and Shelby. 
Eberly F., shoemaker, h l03 Fulton. 
Ebert John, pedler, h 80 Monroe. 
Ebner Joseph, cab maker, h s s Jefferson bet Hatrison and 

Putnam. ■ >• ^^(\*^y ,%n'y»> ;rh.<^^: 

Ebner Peter, candy maker, )a. 113 Lawrence. 

Ebner L., machinist, h s s Jefferson bet Harrison and Putnam. 

Eby John, saloon, sec Jefferson and Clinton, h same. 

Eby John, cooper, h c Clinton and Harrison. 

Eck J. S., groceries, 182 Water, h 91 Hancock. 

Ecker John , laborer, h Columbus street, bet Columbus Avenue 
and Jackson. 

Ecker t John, laborer, works for Moss Bros. & Merry. 

Eckler G-eorge, laborer, works for Moss Bros. & Merry. 

Eckley Chas., laborer, h Harrison bet Barker and Sandusky. 

Eckman Weibert, laborer, h 97 Washington. 

Eddy Gr. A., clerk, bds 97 Hancock. 

lEhrsam John W., shoemaker, 90 Franklin. 

Eldls Louise, widow, h n w c Hancock and Washington. 

Eldis H. H., Division Supt. M. tJ. Ex. Co., h n w c Wash- 
ington %,iid Hanooick. 



50 * ERN 

Eldis C. M., Agent M. U. Ex. Co., h n w c Washington and 

Hancock. 
Eldis G. W., Messenger'M. U. Ex. Co., h n w c Washington and 

Hancock. 
Ellis James S., sailor, b Columbus turnpike. 
Eltis Chas., works livery stable Water bet Wayne and Hancock. 
Elwell Wm. H., laborer, h 151 Adams. 
Elwell E. C, messenger U. S. Ex. Co. 
Elwell Harry, laborer, works for Luce & Co, 
Ely Joseph, cooper, h 60 Market. .vi'^'-vi 

Emanuel Church, corner Columbus Avenue and Adams. '" , 
Emrich Bros.^ (J. H. E. & Philip J. E.) drug store, 5 

Columbus Avenue. 
Emrich James H., (Emrich Bros., druggists, 5 West Block, 

Columbus Avenue,) h 74 Washington. 
Emrich P. J.. (Emrich Bros., druggists, 5 West Block, Columbus 

Avenue,) h 74 Washington. 
Engel Charles, mason, h Jefferson bet Jackson and Decatur. 
Engels Jacob, grape grower, h 45 Market. 

Engler Ignatius, cooper shop and boarding house, 157 Mar- 
ket, shop rear of house. 
Engler George, cooper, h n w c Harrison and Jefferson. 
Engler J. Gr., cooper, with Soergel, Dorn & Raible. 
Englert Joseph, sailor, h 218 Jefferson. 
Enterprise Insurance Company of Cincinnati, Geo. Thornton & 

Co., agents. 
Eppner John, laborer, works for Ryan, Johnson & Go. 
Eraick Wm., carpenter, h 83 Lawrence. 
Erckener Julius, clerk, h Huron Avenue bet Jefferson and 

Madison. 
Erkman Chas., laborer, h 130 Perry. 
Ermish Jacob, laborer, h 35 Market. 
Ernst John C, pressman Register, h 72 Perry. 
Ernst John, tailor, h Decatur, south of Monroe. 
Ernst John, (May & E., cigar manufacturers,) h Harrison bet 

Adams and Jefferson. 
Ernst John, Jr., cigar maker, h c Madison and Monroe. 
Ernst John, mechanic, h c Madison and Monroe. 



DID TOO EVER LOOK AT IT 



IN THIS LIGHT? 



That if you cannot spare one-tenth 
of your income and support your 
family on nine-tenths of it while 
living, how will your family get 
along when deprived of the whole 
of your income by your death ? 
Call immediately at 



HcKelvey s Insurance Rooms, 



Opposite the r*ost Office. 

(OVEK.) 



DIDYODEVERTfflNKOFIT 



IW THIS LIGHT? 

That by using one glass of beer less 
each day, and applying the price 
of it for Insurance, (if you are not 
over thirty years old,) you can se- 
cure to your family ONE THOU- 
SAND DOLLARS at your death. 
Call on 

JOHN McKELVEY 



AT HIS OFFICP], 



Opposite the Fost Office- 



FAY 53 

Ernst Lawrence, cooper, c Perrj and Water, li Perry bet Water 

and Market. 
iErsam John, painter, h c Harrison and Monroe. 
Esch B., shoe maker, s s Water bet Columbus Avenue and 

Wayne, h 138 Huron Avenue. 
Estes J. C, lake captain, h B 42 Washington. 
Eunis Walter, mason, h 156 Monroe. 
Evans Mr. — , laborer, h 156 Market. 

Evans Chas. A., laborer, Decatur bet Washington and Adams. 
Evans Dr. D., (col'd) laborer, bds 135 Hancock. 
Bveringham William, book keeper, h 84 Market. 
Everett I. D., (Zerbe, E. & Co.) h 58 Washington. 
Ewert Chas., cab maker, h 8 Brick Block w end Adams. 
Extine Philip, carpenter, h 113 Lawrence. 

F. 

Financial and Cointnercial College, (see advertise- 
ment.) 

Facer Samuel, (F. & Fitzgerald, blacksmiths,) h 12 Hancock. 
Facer & Fitzgerald, (Samuel F. & D. F.) blacksmiths c Market 

and Wayne. 
Fall William H., lake captain, h 45 Washington. 
Fall S. Gr., captain schooner, h 75 Franklin. 
Fanner John, engineer, h 81 Clinton. 

Farewell John, lake captain, h 11 Second street, Camptown. 
Farnum H., fireman, C. D. & E. R. E. shops. 
Farrell William, butcher, h 81 Columbus Avenue. .s 

Farrell James, machinst, h 259 Jefferson. 
Farrell Timothy, township supervisor, h 172 Adams. 
Farrell Edward, h 105 Decatur. 
Farf Justice, h Railroad, 5th Ward. 
Farr Rev. Wm. W., rector Grace Church, h Washington bet 

Hancock and Wayne. 
Fat M., stone mason, h Putnam bet Harrison and Seneca. 
Faulkner Mrs. B., h s s Adams bet Shelby and McDonough. 
Fay CIia«. M,, (F. & Arnold, dealers in drugs, oils, paints, 

&c.,) h 29 Meigs. 
Fay & Arnold, (C. M. F. & D. R. A., druggists,) 152 Water, 

(see advertisement.) 

7 



54 FIS 

Fay Jd,mes C, clerks saloon, 27 Wayne. 

Fay James, h Hancock bet Monroe and Reese. 

Federer & Stubig, boots and shoes, c Jackson and Water. 

Federer Fred., shoemaker, h Miami Avenue. 

Feerbach John, stone mason, h corner Monroe and Railroad. 

Feick Adam, carpenter, h 166 Monroe. 

Feick Philip, carpenter, h 166 Monroe. 

Feick Jacob, carpenter, h c Decatur and Monroe. 

Feit John, butcher, h Putnam bet Harrison and Seneca. 

Fenner H. P., engineer, C D, & E. R. R. shops. 

Fenner J. H., engineer, C. D. & E. R. R. 

Ferback Wm., sailor, h u e c Clinton and Barker. 

Ferguson George, laborer, C. J), & E. R. R. shops. 

Ferguson James, machinist, works C. D. & E. R. R. shops, 

Ferguson Joseph, carpenter, h 101 Madison c Elm. . 

Ferguson Geo. W., carpenter, C. D. & E. R. R. shops, h 158 c 

Decatur and Monroe. ^ 

Ferris B. F., (Barney & F., Hardware,) h 82 Adams. 
Ferry & Co., ice, on dock Railroad foot of Franklin. 
Ferry Austin, (C. H. Meuncher & Co., hats, furs, &c.,) bds 

Colton House. 
Fesler Jacob, sawyer, bds -16 Wayne. 
Fettel Nicholas, carpenter, h 52 McDonough, 
Fettel Martin, blacksmith, h 46 Lawrence. 
Fickman F., machinist, C. D. & E. R. R. shops. 
File John, laborer, works for Moss Bros. & Merry. 
Fiiicli John J,, insurance agent and attorney at law, Cooke's 

Block, Col. Av. up stairs, bds Washington Row bet Col. 

Av. and Jackson. 
Finke Wm., proprietor Farmer's Hotel, Water bet Jackson and 

Decatur. 
Finigan T., laborer, h Columbus street, near Wayne. 

First National Bank, (A. H. Moss, Pres. ; F. T Barney, Vice 
Pres.; H. 0. Moss, Cash.; J. 0. Moss, Ast. Cash.,) 
Moss Block, Columbus Avenue. 

Fischer Constaiitine^ cooper, h 255 Jefferson. 

Fish Louis, laborer, h 34 Decatur. 

Fisher Geo., laborer, h Monroe bet Hancock and Franklin. 

Fisher Henry, engineer, S. M. & N. R. R. 



FOS 55 

Fislier John, foremau S. M. & N. R. R. shop, h 113 

Hancock. 
Fisher John Gr., laborer, works for S. M. N. R. R. Co. 
Fisher Edmoud P., phxsterer, h Reese bet Warren and Franklin. 
Fisher Michael, groceries and provisions, c Decater and Jefferson, 

h same. 
Fislier Rev. Dr. J. A., pastor Emanuel Church, h 27 

Huron Avenue. 
Fisher Joseph, carpenter, h 223 Market. 

Fisher Mrs. E., widow, h 14 Shelby. ^-j 

Fitz J, M., farmer, bds 140 Hancock. 
Fitzgerald D., (Facer & F., blacksmiths,) h c Jefferson and Mc- 

Donough. 

Fitzhug^Ii & Foster., grain dealers, 10 and 12 Columbus 

Avenue up stairs. 
Fitzhugh B. VV., agent N. Y. Cent'l R. R., h Washington bet 

Haneock and Franklin. 
Fitzpatrick P., laborer, h Madison bet Fulton and Decatur. 
Fitzpatrick Daniel, conductor S. M. & N. R. R. 
Fitzpatrick Calvin, engineer, h Market bet Shelby and Mc- 

Donough. 

Flinn John, saloon, s s Tiffin Avenue bet Clinton and Harrison. 

Flinn Peter, laborer, h 96 McDonough. 

Flood Joseph, tin and coppersmith, Keech's block Water, h c 

Adams and Fulton. 
Fluckiger John, laborer, h Hancock bet Reese and Neil. 
Flynn Charles, ship carpenter, h 7 Sycamore. 
Foerster Chas., editor Sandusky Herald, h 66 Perry. 
Follett Oran, President S. D. & C. R. R., h 82 Wayne. 
Follett Mrs. F. M., widow, h 54 Market. 
Follett F. v., clerks U. S. Ex. Co., bds 54 Market. 
Fonda J. H., librarian Y. M. C. & L. A., h 41 Decatur. 
Fordham G-eorge, ship builder, h 63 Adams. 
Fordham Henry, ship carpenter, bds 63 Adams. 
Fordham Richard, ship carpenter, bds 63 Adams. 
Forsyth D., blacksmith, C D. & E. R. R. shops. 
Fosdick William, (Thorp & F., cabinet furniture,) h B 46 

Washington. ., .. 



56 FUL 

Foster F. E., (Fitzhugli <lt F., commission merchants,) h cor 
Washington and Lawrence. 

Foster William, mechanic, h c Washington and Meigs. 

Fox Joseph, foreman, h w s Fulton bet Monroe and Fox. 

Fox J. M., tailor, house and shop 125 Hancock. 

Fox E.., laborer, h Decatur south of Monroe. 

Fox Leonard, laborer, h 172 Market. 

Fox Sebastian, teamster, with Soergel, Dorn & Keible. 

Fox Winson, (W. F. & Co.,) house in the country. 
' Fox W. & Co., (W. F., Wm. Koch & Chas. Stoll,) boots and 
shoes, 11 West Block, Columbus Avenue. 

Fox Mrs. Mary, widow, h 199 Market. 

Foxhoover Joseph, laborer, Clinton near Monroe. 

Francisco F. H., saddle and harness maker, h 201 Market. 

Frank S., fisherman. Third street, Camptown. 

Frank Geo., pedler, h Fulton bet Water and Market. 

Frederick Adam, blacksmith, h e s Shelby bet Monroe and 
Madison. 

Free Anthony, laborer, h Adams bet Perry and Warren, 

Freeman — , baggage master, S. M. & N. R. R.. 

Freeman A. M., machinist, h s s Market bet Wayne and Colum- 
bus Avenue. 

Freeman Byron, harness maker, h Madison bet Hancock and 
Franklin. 

French James, (col'd) carpenter, h 48 Adams. 

Frey A. C, Superintendent C. D. & E. R. R. Telegraph Line. 

Frey F., blacksmith, h 8G Lawrence. 

Frey Chas., shoemaker, h 93 Lawrence. 

Freyen William, wines, h 51 Market. 

Friend Charles, cooper, h 131 Wayne. 

Frisbie J. M., photographer, s s Water near Columbus 
Avenue, up stairs, h B 55 Washington. 

Fritschy Jacob, laborer, h south end Columbus Avenue. 

Fritz John H. carpenter, h 171 Madison. ■ 

Froluiiail I>., restaurant and cigars, s w c Water and Law- 
rence, h 39 Lawrence. 

Frost John S., works planing mill, bds 70 Adams. 
Fuller John S., h Second street, Camptown. 



GEI 57 

Fullerton Greo. H., pastor 1st Presbyterian church, h 94 Adams. 
Funni John, laborer, h n s Madison bet Tiffin Av., and Putnam. 

G. 

Oerman Language taught at the Buckeye College, (see 

advertisement.) 
(xaa Charles, saloon, s e cor Adams and McDonough, h same. 
Gagen P., groceries and provisions, 26 Columbus Avenue. 
Oagen Bryan, laborer, h 141 Monroe bet Decatur and Jackson. 
Gagner John, blacksmith, h Camp bet Adams and Jefferson. 
Gaits J. C, insurance, bds 52 Columbus Avenue. 
Gager Nicholas, carpenter, h 11 Sycamore. 
Gale A. H., (G. & Spencer,) h corner Wayne and Jefferson. 

Oale & Spencer, (A. H. G. & L. A. S.,) stoves and agri- 
cultural implements, 139 Water. 

Gamble James P., messenger, U. S. Express. 

Garey Ferdinand, blacksmith, h 14 Shelby. 

Garey Jasper, lab, h n s Monroe bet Shelby and Camp. 

Garland John T., sailor, h 5 Jefferson. 

Garner John, sailor, h 21 McDonough. 

Garr Simon, lab, h Harrison bet Monroe and Barker. 

Oassinan John C}., blacksmith, S. M. & N. R. R. shops, 
. h Water bet Hancock and Franklin. 

Gassman J. G., laborer, h corner Wayne and Neil. 

Gassman John, carpenter, h 36 Camp. 

Gassmau Fred'k, cab mkr, h Wash, bet Shelby and McDonough. 

Gaylord Geo., lake capt., h Washington bet Perry and Warren. 

Gaylord E., h 78 Fulton. 

Geasen Edward, blacksmith, 39Market, h same. 

Geasen William, tin and coppersmith, h 80 Jackson. 

Geer Frank, spring maker, C. D. & E. R. R. shops. 

Gegner M., wagons, Hancock bet Monroe and Reese, h Monroe 
bet Hancock and Franklin. 

Geidman John, shoemaker, h 292 Jefferson, 

Creiersdorf Ferdinand, mayor, Union Block, Columbus 

Avenue, upstairs, h corner Wayne and Water. 
Geiersdorf Jacob, pawnbroker, cor Wayne and Water, h same. 
Geisel Peter, fireman, C. D. & E. R. R. 



58 (>LA 

Gemke Cath., widow, h Reese bet Wayne and Hancock. 

Oentlier W. P., priBter, Register, bds Scott's American. 

Generty John, laborer, works for Ryan, Johnson & Co. 

Gerhard M., tailor, 113 Monroe, h same. 

Gerhard Jacob, sailor, h Water bet Hancock and Franklin. 

Oerlacli William, painter, h corner Market and Meigs. 

Gerlaeh Aug., carpenter, h Hancock bet Monroe and Reese. 

Gerlinger Jacob, laborer, h 118 Market. 

German Evangelical Protestant Emanuel Church, nee Columbus 
Avenue and Adams. 

German Reform Church, (M. Mueller, pastor,) cor Hancock and 
Jefferson. 

Germania Fire Ins. Co., S. C. Wheeler, agent, Union Block. 

Gibaut James, mason, h 18 Washington. 

Gibaut Joseph, bricklayer, &e., h 83 Washington. 

Gibaut James, baggageman, S. M. & N. R. R. Co. 

Gibson Daniel, painter, bds Adams bet Shelby and McDonough. 

Gibson Clarissa, washerwoman, h cor Adams and Decatur. 

Gibson Daniel, fireman, C. D. & E. R. R. 

Gibson Daniel, cooper, h s s Tifl&n Av. bet Railroad and Clinton. 

Gidiman E., blacksmith, C. D. & E. R. R. shops. 

Giebel Peter, carpet weaver, 35 Market, h same. 

Gierson Rudolph, laborer, h 128 Market. 

Gilbert John, machinist, S. M. & N. R. R. shops. 

Gilbert Ebenezer, blacksmith, h 5 Market. 

Gilbert Louis, saloon, 91 Market, h same. 

Oilclier P. & Sou, (P. G. & W. G.,) lumber dealers, of- 
fice n s Water bet Jackson and Decatur. 

Gilcher Peter, (P. G. & Son, lumber dealers,) h cor Columbus 
Avenue and Madison. 

Gilcher William, (P. G. & Son,) bds P. Gilcher's. 

Gilkerson H. N., printe-r, bds Scott's American. 

Gilkerson Charles H., laborer, h Market bet Hancock and Wayne. 

Gillespie Peter, miller, with Pool & Miner, h Hancock bet Water 
and Market. 

Ging Charles, butcher, h 131 Decatur. 

Glancey Mrs. Bridget, widow, h 55 Shelby. 

Glancey Patrick, wagon maker, corner Jackson and Washington, 
h 94 Washington. 



Fond father, whose family is de- 
pendent entirely on your labor for 
its support, how can you, when you 
have returned home from your la- 
bor and are enjoying yourself with 
the plays of your happy, laughing 
children, let that enjoyment be 
marred by the wretched thought, 
that by a single day's neglect on 
your part, those dear ones, now so 
happy, might soon become the sub- 
jects of Charity, or more, suffer 
daily the severe pangs of hunger 
which the poorly paid labor of 
their overworked mother would be 

unable to satisfy. 

View this subject in its true light, 
but for one moment, and you will 
call immediately at 

HcKelvey s Insurance Dice, 



And provide for the future comfort 
of your family, and enjoy life 
thereafter. 

(OVEE.) 



Who can, for a moment, witness 
the horrors of poverty attendant 
upon a neglected widow, whose 
greatest exertions are remunerated 
only with a miserable pittance, sur- 
rounded as she may be with her 
helpless children, suffering for the 
necessaries of life, and then reflect 
that his own family, his own wife 
and dear ones, are daily exposed 
to the same sad fate, so long as he 
lives without providing a certainty 
against their future want. 

Call immediately at 



fflcKelvey s Insurance Rooms, 



Opposite the DPost Office. 



And make provision for the future 
support and happinessof your fam- 
ily before it is too late. 



GRA 61^ 

Glancey John, lab, works spoke manufactory, bds 55 Shelby, "i ».> 

Glattly Charles, machinist, bds cor Monroe and Clinton. ■■'•'■ 

Gleason John, ship carpenter, h 154 Adams. 

Gleason Daniel, lab, h e s McDonough bet "Water and Market. 

Gleher H., shoemaker, h 142 Hancock. 

Glower Phil., lab, works for C. D. & E. R. R. Co. 

Glower P. H., mechanic, h 149 Monroe. . '^ 

Glueck John, Teacher, h Shelby bet Washington and Market, 

Gmelch Joseph, carpenter, h s w c Railroad and Madison. ,..,^\ 

Goetz Philip, cooper, bds 19 Wayne. 

Golden Mich., lab, h Wayne bet Neil and Reese. ^ , 

Golden Ann, sick nurse, h Jefferson bet Decatur and Fulton. >.-;) 

Golden Stephen, laborer, h 74 Meigs. 

Good G., laborer, works for Ryan, Johnson & Co. 

Good E., laborer, 228 Adams. 

Good Christopher, laborer, works for Ryan, Johnson & Co. 

Godman Rev.W. D., pastor First Methodist Church, h 76 Adams. 

Goodsell Peter, cooper, h 206 Jefferson. vix) 

Ooodsite Robert, blacksmith, h Warren bet Jefferson and 
Adams. 

Goodspeed H., wagon maker, cWayne and Market, h 109 Madison. 

Goodwin Homer, attorney at law, Columbus Avenue, bet 8 and 10 
up stairs, h 96 Adams. 

Googart Simon, lumber inspector at Moss Bros. & Merry's. . ' 

Gooss F. C, (Bickle & G., liquors, 214 Water,) h west side Law- 
rence bet Water and Market. 

Goosman Geo., Sr., lab, h 152 Franklin. 

Goosman Geo., Jr., fireman on steamer Evening Star, h corner of 
Franklin and Reese. 

Gordon Sarah, h rear 107 Decatur. /■ 

Gordon James, fireman, C. D. & E. R. R. ^-•. • 

Gordon J., watchman, h Miami Av. bet Jefferson atid Madisoii. 

Gosser Martin, carpenter, h e s Clinton bet Monroe and Barker. 

Grable John, foreman, S. M. & N. R. R. Co. 

Grabner Geo., h 111 Decatur. '}'^^' '"''""'I "'^!"a 

Grace Church, (Episcopal,) cor Wayne and Wasllihgton. " ! 

Graeffe Philip, physician and surgeon, h 91 Washington. ^^' * 

Oraliam "W. A.., drugggist, e Columbus Avenue and Water, 
h 56 Washington. . lUi ■ 

8 



62 GUT 

Graham Joseph, lake captain, h 53 Meigs. 
Grand Army of the Kepublic, National Hall. 
Grant Thomas, patent right, bds Scott's American. 
Grash Andrew, lab, h Columbus Street near Columbus Avenue. 
Grathwool W., laborer at Icsman's sawmill. •"'^ - ^' "^ '" ^ ' 

Graul H., iron molder, h 150 Jefferson bet Jackson and Decatur. 
Oraiil & Bade, (Geo. G. & Aug. Bade,) machinery man- 
ufacturers, s s Water bet Jackson and Decatur. 
Graul Geo., (G. & Bade,) Jackson bet Jefferson and Madison. 
Gregg Benjamin J., eng, h Decatur bet Monroe and Columbus. 
Gregg H. H., Express clerk, h 8 corner Market and Perry. 
Gregg P., Bay City Mills, h s s Monroe bet Fulton and Camp. 
Gregg E. B., clerk, bds P. Gregg's. 
Gregg Geo. E., messenger, U. S. Express Co. 
Greiner Henry, drayman, h c Meigs and Monroe. 
Greiner B., drayman, h 210 Jefferson. 

Greiner John, lab, h Kailfoad bet Market and "Washington. 
Greilich Godfrey, grocery clerk, cor Adams and Lawrence, bds 
cor Adams and McDonough. 

Grelich John, laborer, works for Ryan, Johnson & Co. 

Greenfield Maxwell, cigars, 3 Columbus Avenue, h Decatur bet 
Jefferson and Madison. 

Greenfelder Jacob, lab, h Lawrence bet Adams and Jefferson. 

Grifiin James A., (colored,) whitewasher, h 12 Huron Avenue- 
Griffin Henry, (colored,) laborer, Hancock bet Neil and Scott. 

Grimm Geo., cooper, Railroad, bet Adams and Jefferson. 

Grodwal Wendell, lab., h c Tiffin Avenue and Railroad. 

Groff Joseph, brakeman, S. M. & N, R. R. 

Groff Joseph, mason, h 131 Decatur. ,. 

Groff Joseph, lab, h 223 Market. 

Groff J. H., brakeman, h 140 Hancock. 

Groff (Jonrad, mason, h n s Columbus bet Col. Av. and Jackson. 

Orosis Mrs, E. M., milliner, h and shop 159 Market. 

Guckert Simon, lab, h n s John w of Fulton. 

Gundlach Leonard, lab, h Railroad, 5th \yard. 

Olltlt liCOnard, groceries and provisions, wine and grape 
grower and wood dealer, sec Hancock and Market, h 
same. 



HAM m 

Save JProf, S. JP., Superintendent Telegraphing Depart- 
ment Buckeye College, (see advertisement.) 

Haass Philip, teamster, h 51 Market. 

Haberkahl Ulricli, laborer, works for Moss Bros. & Merry. 
Haburij James, laborer, works C. D. & E. R. R. Co. » 

Hackett John, laborer, h'Lawrence bet Jefferson and Madison. 
Hackett Owen, laborer, h Jefferson bet Railroad and Camp. 
Haekman August, shoemaker, h Wayne near Reese. 
Hackmann Adolph, tailor, h 61 Fulton. j 

Haddock W. H. ship carpenter, h Perry bet Reese and Neil. - 
Hadley E. & Co., fish. Railroad, bet Columbus Av. and "Wayne, 

bds 113 Madison. 
Hadley H. H., insurance agent, c Columbus Av. and Water, bds 

113 Madison. 
Hadley Greorge C, clerk bds 113 Madison. 
Hadley C, insurance agent, Post block, up stairs, h 113 Madison 
Haenyman Wm., tailor, h 117 Lawrence. 
Haferman N., laborer, h n e c Jefferson and Putnam. 
Hagy Gregory, saloon keeper, 103 Water, h same. 
Halderman F. K., clerk, bds 70 Columbus Avenue, .,, ; 

Haley James, laborer, h Monroe, bet Camp and Railroad. -oH 
Haley James, pedler, h 175 Madison. 
Haley James, laborer, works for Moss Bros. & Merry. 
Haley James, tinsmitli, h Decatur south of Monroe. 
Haley John, laborer, h s s Jefferson bet Lawrence and Mc- 

Donough. 

Haley John, laborer, h Second street, Camptown. 

Haley Patrick, laborer, works for Moss Bros. & Merry. ^ ti 

Hall E. A., bds 174 Adams. ,Vj 

Haller F., clerk, bds National House. 

Halterr Christ., h Camp bet Reese and Monroe. 

Haltz David, laborer, h 84 Madison. 

Hannan Dennis, stone cutter, h 137 Perry. 

Hamerle William, laborer, h e s Mills bet Sandusky and 

Barker, 
Hamilton Frank, conductor, h 2 Brick Block, w end Adams. 



Hammond Chas., U. S. Ex. messenger. 

Hammond Mrs, C, widow, Columbus st. bet Wayne and Colum- 
bus Avenue. 
Hammond Samuel, shoemaker, res basement Grace Churcb Wayne. 
Hand Heman, sailor, h Hancock bet Reese and Neil. 
Handly William, laborer, h 107 Decatur. 

Hape Benjamin, drayman, h Water bet Hancock and Franklin. 
Harb Michael, h First street Camptown. 
Harberker 0., laborer, h 82 Lawrence. 
Harburn James, laborer, h 51 Camp. 

Harder Christ., cooper, h Monroe bet Clinton and Harrison. 
Harder Charles, cooper, h Adams bet Lawrence and McDonough. 
Harding Christ., laborer, S. M. & N. R. R. Co. 
Hardung C, drayman, h 91 Monroe. 

Hardwig Christian, laborer, h Madison bet Franklin and Hancock. 
Hare Sheldon P., teacher telegraphy Buckeye College, bds 46 

Hancock. 
Harnich John, laborer, works for Ryan, Johnson & Co. 
Harper Rice, h n e c Washington and Franklin. 
Harris Otto, (col'd) laborer, bds Wayne bet Market and Water. 
Harris Gilbert, dry goods clerk bds 76 Washington. 
Harris M. M., machinist, h 35 McDonough. 
Harris D., (ool'd) laborer, h Market bet Fulton and Lawrence. 
Harris Mrs. A., widow, h 76 Washington. 
Harris Mrs. Sarah, (col'd) widow, h Neil bet Hancock and 

Franklin. 
Harseh M., laborer, h n s Barker bet Clinton and Railroad. 
Hart & Wolf, (G. H. & D. W.,) groceries, provisions, &c., 

38 Columbus Avenue. 
Hart G., (H. & Wolf, grocers,) h 33 Jackson. 
Hartford Fire Insurance Company of Hartford, Geo. Thornton 

& Co., agents. 
Harter Mrs. B., widow, h 202 Adams. 
Harter Elizabeth, h 72 Meigs, 

Hartlaub A., painter, h e s Putnam north of Jefferson. 
Hartline L., baker, c Tiffin Avenue and Railroad. 
Hartman Simon, butcher, h Clinton bet Monroe and Barker. 
Hartman Michael, sawyer. Third street Camptown. 



HEI 65 

Hartman Jacob, h First street Camptown. 

Hartman Greorge, grape grower, h 178 Market. 

Harvey Michael, laborer, h 134 Franklin. 

Hasenpflug Geo., laborer, h Hancock bet Reese and Monroe. 

Hasfield Geo., laborer, h Hancock bet Jefferson and Madison. 

Haslet Andrew, wagon maker, Columbus Avenue near Columbus 

street, h c Warren and Neil. 
Hasley Mrs. B., h Railroad bet Market and Washington. 
Hass Jacob, engineer, h Madison bet Franklin and Hancock. 
Hasselbach Andrew, carpenter, h 147 Adams. 
Hasefeld Geo., shoemaker, h Monroe bet Hancock and Franklin. 
Hassley Henry, mechanic, h Tiffin Av, bet Camp and Railroad. 
Hatch R., engineer, with Ryan, Johnson & Co. 
Hathaway Robert, groceries, Columbus Av. bet Market and 

Washington, h Franklin bet Monroe and Reese. 
Hatter John, blacksmith, C. D. & E. R. R. shops. 
Hauser John, painter, h Perry bet Water and Market. 
Haven C, groceries and provisions, c Adams and Decatur, h 

160 Adams. 
Haverkampf William, tailor, h 151 Perry. 
Haverlack Eph., laborer, h 127 Market. 
Haverly Wm, G., wood agent C. D. & E. R, R. Co.,h Miami A 

bet Washington and Adams. 
Hawkins Henry, planing mill with Ryan, Johnson & Co., 

Market bet Franklin and Warren. 
Hawkins H., Jr., laborer, works for Ryan, Johnson & Co. 
Hawkins H., mechanic, works for Ryan, Johnson & Co. 
Hawley Nicholas, fireman, S. M, & N. R. R. 
Hayler Robert, engineer, h 213 Jefferson. 
Haynes Henry, engineer, h 47 Second street, Camptown. 
Hazlett A., wagon maker, c Neal and Warren. '''* '•*" X'^- "t- 

Heck G-. M.9 stoves and tin ware, 89 Market, h same. 
Heck Samuel, with G. M. Heck, 89 Market. 
Heckman Adolph, tailor, h 61 Fulton. 

Heid tf olm, saloon, s s Water bet Lawrence and McDonough 
Heim Val., tailor, h 128 Market. 

Heimke Chas,, book binder and paper hanger, h 46 Camp. 
Heingerling Henry, laborer, h 131 Franklin. 



66 HER 

Heingerling George, laborer, h. Franklin bet Reese and Monroe. 

Heinzman William, tailor, h c Madison and Lawrence. 

Heiuzerling Louis, dry goods clerk, bds Perry bet Reese aad Neil. 

Heiss F., carpenter, h s e c Jefferson and Clinton. 

Heit John, laborer, h Monroe, bet Clinton and Harrison. 

Heiter Chas., physician, bds National House. 

Helein Frank, laborer, h Reese bet Hancock and Franklin. 

Helle William, laborer, h Third, Camptown. 

Helmick Mrs. F., widow, 4 Brick Block, w end Adams. 

Helt George^ (H. & Silvers^aek,) h 115 Fulton. 

Helt & Silversack, (Geo. H. & M. S.,) boots and shoes, s s Water, 

bet Columbus Avenue and Wayne. 
Hemberly Geo. A., h 14.6 Adams. 

Hemmele G., laborer, h Clinton bet Madison and Monroe. 
Hemminger Jacob, saloon and boarding house, 119 Market. 
Hemminger A., knife smith, h and shop Warren bet Adams and 

Washington. 
Hemming6r Alex., laborer, works for Ryan, Johnson & Co. 
Henberger John, machinist,, h c Madison and Camp. 
Hency Joseph, stone cutter, h 98 Perry. 
Hendry A. IV., Probate Judge Erie Co., h 105 Madison. 
Henke William, laborer, h 9 Franklin. 
Henkelmau Henry, laborer, h 20 Second street, Camptown. 
Hennessey Mrs., h 83 Camp. 

Henning Joseph, pedler, Warren bet Scott and Neil. 
Henny Christian, boots and shoes, Water bet Columbus Av. and 

Jackson, h c Perry and Market. 
Henry 0., blacksmith, S. M. & N. R. R. shops. 
Henry Frank, laborer, h 99 Decatur, 
Henry George, clerk, bds A 43 Washington. 
Henry J., blacksmith, S. M. & N. R. R. shops. 
Henson John, carpenter, h Tiffin Ay. bet Camp and Railroad. 
Herb Lewis, livery stable, Wayne bet Water and Market. 

Herbstrit Rev. A., pastor St. Maryls Catholic Church, 

h Jefferson near Decatur. 
Herr Patrick, stone mason, h 61 Camp. 
Herrmann Louis, laborer, h n s Madison between Clinton and 

Railroad. 



Life is short at the best. Death 
is sure to approach us, sooner or 
later, and is liable to carry us off 
at any moment without timely 
warning. Have you done your 
duty to your family by making pro- 
vision for their support in case you 
should at any time be suddenly 
called away. If you have not al- 
ready made such preparations, do 
your duty without delay by calling 

JOHN McKEL VETS J 



Opposite th.e I*ost Office, 



AND SECURING A POLICY IN THE 



Home Mutual Life Insurance Company, 

(over.) 



The Home Hutual Life Ins. Go. 



offer inducements to young unmar- 
ried men to insure on the Endow- 
ment Plan, payable at any given 
age of the insured while living, or 
at death, in case it should occur 
before that given age. 

By this system of insurance, small 
sums, which otherwise might be 
spent foolishly, can be applied an- 
nually, semi-annually, or quarterly 
to secure a comfortable support or 
annuity to fall back on in case of 
misfortune in business or loss of 
health. 



JOHN McKELVEY, Gen. Agent, 



OfBce cor. Columbus Avenue and Market St. 



HOF 69 

Hertel Jacob, publisher of Bay Stadt Demokrat, office 

Water bet Lawrence and McDouough, h 40 Railroad. 
Hertel Jacob, printer, h 40 Tiffin Avenue. 
Hertel Heury J., printer in Bay Stadt Dem. office, Water bet 

Lawrence and McDonough, h same. 
Hess Edward, carpenter, h Second street, Camptown. 
Hess Frank, wagon maker, h Tiffin Avenue, bet Camp and 

Railroad. . 

Hess George, laborer, li Clinton bet Sandusky and Seneca. 
Hessenbacli Martin, laborer, works for Luce & Co. 
Heyder Ernst, carpenter, h 162 Hancock. ., . 

Hick Miss S., milliner, Market bet Columbus Av. and Jackson^. 
Hills Dennison, carpenter, h 6 Brick Block w end Adams. ', 

Hiemrick John, laborer, bds c Barker and Mills. 
Higgius Thomas, laborer, h w s Harrison north of Tiffin Av. 
Higgins Thomas, blacksmith, h 201 Adariis. 

Higgins James, laborer, h Tiffin Av. bet Harrison and Putnam. 
Higgins E. E., laborer, h 173 Madison. 

Hiler Fred., laborer, h e s Harrison, bet Monroe and Barker. 
Hilar Mrs. E., widow, h e s Clinton bet JeflFerson and Madison. 
Hill John, carpenter, h Adams bet Meigs and Perry. 
Hill Peter, harness maker, h s s Water bet Columbus Avenue 

and Wayne. 
Hin Edward A., cab maker, h 226 Adams. '* )... ■■,:,; >H 

Hine Louis, foundryman, h Meigs bet Madison and Jefferson. ■ 
Hines Patrick, laborer, h Adams bet McDonough and Shelby- 
Hines David, carpenter, works for Thorpe & Fosdick, h 150 

Market. 
Hingle Henry, beer pedler, h s w e Clinton and Seneca. 
Hingle Val., pedler, h c Fulton and Fox. 

Hinkle Henry, teamster, with Soergel, Dorn & Reible. ^ 

Hittel Cliarles, saloon keeper, St. Lawrence, Block, Water, 

h same. 
Hobbert Chas., fireman, at Icsman's saw mill, 
Hoefle Mrs., widow, h 114 Madison. 

Hoerner Jacob, fisherman, h Monroe bet Hancock and Wayne. 
Hoffman Christian, laborer, h Camp bet Jefferson and Madison. 
Hoffmann Fred., teamster, h c Water and Meigs. 
Hoffman A., machinist, C. D. & E. R. R. shops. 

9 



70 HOP 

HoflFman George, grocery, c Market and Fulton, h. same. 
Hoffman Samuel tobacconist, 8 Columbus Avenue. 
Hofmaester F., printer, Herold office, h 189 Market. 
Hofnaaester Mathew, carpenter, c Fulton and Water h 189 

Market. 
Hogan Mrs. J., widow, h Adams bet Camp and Shelby. 
Hogan James, laborer, works for Moss Bros. & Merry. 
Hogan John, laborer, h s s Monroe w of Lawrence. 
Hogan James, h Clinton bet Sandusky and Seneca. 
Hogg Thomas, master mechanic, residence Peninsula. 
Holderbaum Henry, wagon maker, h 197 Adams. 
Hole John, laborer, works for Luce & Co. 
Holland J: W., painter, h 77 Franklin. ' 
Holland & Bauman, painters, 11 Wayne. 

Holler Mrs. E., widow, h e s Harrison bet Madison and Monroe. 
Hollin L., porter at Custom House. 
Hollohan John, plasterer, h 37 McDonough. 
Hollricher Peter, cooper shop, Railroad bet Wayne and Hancock^ 

h Franklin bet Market and Washington. 
Holly Wm., laborer, 202 Jefferson. 
Holly P., brakeman, S. M. & N. R. R. 
Holtz J., blacksmith, S. M. & N. R. R. shops. 
Holzapbel Gr., saloon, Jackson bet Water and Market, h same. 
Holzworth Fred., tailor, h c Wayne and Neil. 
Home liife Ins. Co., of Cincinnati, John McKelvey, 

Greneral Agent, office e Columbus Avenue and Market. 
Home Ins. Co., of New Haven, Conn., J. J. Finch, agent, Cooke's 

Block, Columbus Avenue, up stairs. 
Home Ins. Co., of New York, Geo. Thornton & Co., agents. 
Homegardner Jasper, (Robertson & Co., grocers,) h 

58 Columbus Avenue. 

Homegardner J. & J., (John and Jasper,) wood and sand, foot 

of Wayne. 
Homegardner Geo., h 27 Railroad c Madison. 
Homegardner John, wood and sand, h s e c Madison and Clinton. 
Hook & Ladder building. Market bet Hancock and Franklin. 
Hornbeek A. M. Mrs., seamstress, h Decatur, bds at J. B. Keyes. 
Hope Benjamin, laborer, works for Luce & Co. 



HUD 71 

Horn Chas. F., carpenter, h 12 Miami Avenue. 

fiomig P. & A., (Phil. H, & Alex. H.,) marble works, c 

Market and Jackson, 
Hornig Philip, marble cutter, bds 89 Monroe. 
Horning John, butcher, central market, h 33 Lawrence. 
Horning & Witenborg, butchers, west market house. 
JBLosmer T., wines and liquors. Water, h e s Wayne n Madison. 
Hosmer S. S., coal and fish, nee Water, Railroad and Wayne, h 

24 Market. 
Hosmer Jacob A., fish, h 24 Market. 
Howard Christopher, lab, h 46 Camp. 
Howard M. W., machinist, h 34 Shelby. 
Howard Martin, lab, bds 32 Shelby. 
Hoyt <& Wilsou, lumber commission agents, n s Water foot 

Lawrence. 
Hoyt David A., carpenter, h 6 Brick Block, w end Adams. 
Hubbard B, B. & Co., lumber and shingles, n s Water 

near Deeatur. 
Hubbard R. B., (R. B. H & Co.,) h 32 Washington. 
Hubbard Watson, (R. B. H. & Co,,) h c Wayne and Jefferson. 
Hubbard & Wilcox, (S. E. H., E. H. W. & R, M. W.,) 

dry goods, n s Water near Columbus Avenue. 
Hubbard S. E., (H. & Wilcox,) h 91 Adams. 
Hubbard L. S., banker, 2d Katioaal, h cor Adams and Wayne. 
Hubbard Lester S., bds 91 Adams. 

Hubbard & Ferry, (S, E.H.& A.F.,) wool, Hubbard's Bl'k,Water- 
Hubbard, Walker & Co., (Tunis H., P. G. W. & J. H. Stead,) 

cabinet furniture, 184 Water. 
Hubbard Tunis, (H., Walker & Co., 184 Water.) 
Hubbell Aloozo, mechanic, bds Colton House, -m 

Hubinger John, doctor, h 133 Hancock. 

Hubings P., laborer, h s s Water bet Lawrence and McDonough. 
Hudar Frederick, laborer, bds 85 Lawrence. 
Hudar John, laborer, h 85 Lawrence. 
Huder — , laborer, h Lawrence bet Jefi"erson and Madison. 
Huder Martin, laborer, h Lawrence bet Jefferson and Madison. 
Hudsou William, supt. gas works, h n s Washington, bet 

Lawrence and McDonouajh. 



72 ISC 

Hudson W. B., jewelry, &c., c Water and Col. Av., h 98 Adams. 

Huff Martin, carpenter, h n Columbus bet Decatur and Jackson. 

Hughes Michael, laborer, h 17 Camp. 

Hull Francis, butcher and fish packer, 88 Decatur. 

Hults Levi A., works handle factory, h 157 Market. 

Hultz John F., works handle factory, h 46 Fulton. 

Hunt W. B. H., clerks drug store, h 104 Washington. 

Hunter C. C, carpenter, h SjJefferson. 

Huntington A., agt for Middleton's oil paintings, h 9 Huron Av. 

Huntington Henry C, (Chas. V. Olds & Co., booksellers,) bds47 

Washington. 
Hutchinson George, stone mason, h 79 Meigs. 
Huttonude H., carpenter, C. D. & E. R. R. shops. 
Hyler John, laborer, h Monroe bet Clinton and Harrison. 

I. 

Improve the advantages obtained at the Buckeye Col- 
lege, (see advertisement.) 

IcklerH. J., laborer, h Neil bet Hancock and Franklin. 

Ickler — , laborer, h 59 Hancock. 

I<^iiia]i Benedict, prop, saw mill near C. D. & E. R. R. 
shops, h 34 Lawrence. 

Icsman Geo., book keeper for B. Icsman. 

Icsman Benedict, Jr., works at Icsman's mill, bds 34 Lawrence. 

Icsman John, boss sawyer at B. Icsman's saw mill. 

Icsman John N., foreman in saw mill, h w s Harrison north o 
Jefferson. 

Icsman Geo. W., clerk, B. Icsman, bds 37 Lawrence. 

Ingersoll E. P., pastor Congregational Church, h Decatur 
bet Washington and Adams. 

Ingliain & Bragg, book sellers, stationers, &c., 16 Colum- 
bus Avenue. 

Ins. Co. of North America, Phila., Geo. Thornton & Co. Agents. 

International Ins. Co. of N. Y., Geo. Thornton & Co., agents. 

Irvine S. R., clerk, h 43 Jackson. 

Irwin Jacob, pedler, h 269 Jefferson. 

Ischi Nicholas, carpenter, h c Jefferson and Warren. 



JON 73 

J- 

tfoin the Classes of the Buckeye College. (See adver- 
tisement.) 

Jackman Fred., laborer, S. M. & N. R. R. shops. 

Jackson J. B., pianos and nielodeons,5 Wash. Row, h same. 

Jacksoa R. H., engineer, h Hubbard's alley near Decatur street. 

Jackson Mrs. Fannie, widow, h n e c Adams and Shelby. 

Jackson R. A., sailor, h 173 Madison. 

Jacobs P., laborer, Wayne bet Market and Water. 

Jacobs Jacob, grocery, Clinton bet Monroe and Barker. 

Jacobs J. A«, groceries, 23 Camp. 

Jarrett B. F., principal Commercial Department Buckeye College. 

Jenks Gr. W., traveling agent, h s e c Columbus Av. and Adams. 

Jenks William, plasterer, h Reese bet Warren and Franklin. 

Jerold Theodore, laborer, h 96 Shelby. 

Jewitt E. R., books, stationery, &c.. West block, Columbus Av. 
h 55 Fulton. 

Joers Fred., boots and shoes, Water bet Wayne and Columbus 
Avenue, h 130 Jefferson. 

Joers Fred., (Warnke & J., shoemakers,) h Jefferson bet Jack- 
soa and Decatur. 

Johanes Nicholas, tailor, h s end Columbus Avenue. 

John Mathias, saloon, 131 Market, h same. 

Johns M. W., painter, works Water bet Columbus Avenue and 
Jackson. 

Johns Henry, laborer, h 142 corner Reese and Perry. 

Johnson J. T., (Ryan, J. & Co., commission and lumber merchts,) 
h 86 Adams. 

Johnson Henry, (col,d) white washer, h Scott bet Hancock and 
Franklin. 

Johnson Lafayette, (col'd) farmer, h c Neil and Hancock. 

Johnson W. W., book keeper, h 79 Franklin. 

Johnson R., fireman, S. M. & N. R. R. 

Joues J^athaniel^ barber, Water near Colton House, h 41 
Huron Avenue. 

Jones Geo. W., clerk Register, res 62 Decatur. 

Jones I. D., clerk, h 88 Madison. 

Jones Archibald, farmer, h 64 Lawrence. 



74 KEL 

Jones Edward, clergyman, h 100 Market. 

Jordan Henry, grocer, nee Adams and Lawrence, h same, 

Jordan M. V. B., conductor, C. D. & E. R. K.,bds Colton House. 

Joyce Thos. R., tailor, works Latham & Bouton, h Poplar bet 
Fulton and Lawrence. 

K. 

Kinnep J, (7., Principal of Standard Phonography in the 
Buckeye College. (See advertisement.) 

Kagley Louis, laborer. Moss Bros, & Merry's lumber yard. 

Kahl George, teamster, h Hancock, bet Jeflferson and Madison. 

Kahlar Adam, carpenter, h 19 Sycamore. . '?*» 

Kane John, watchman, h Camp, bet Monroe and Reese. 

Kaney Michael, lab, h Camp, bet Water and Market. 

Kanzler Jacob, baker and confec, Water, Scott's American Blk. 
h same. 

Karney John, laborer, wks spoke manuf., h Shelby, bet Wash- 
ington and Adams. 

Kaufman Miss Julia, milliner shop, 73 Market, h same. 

Keating B., laborer, h Warren, bet Scott and Neil. 
. Keating Christopher, mason, h Monroe, bet Jackson and Decatur. 

Kederly A., harness [mkr, c Market and Jackson, h 89 Monroe. 

Keech C C, hats, caps, wool, and furs, 149 Water, h " Oak 
Grrove Villa," Columbus. 

Keefer V., car builder, C. D. & E. R; R. shops. 

Keegan Edward, stone cutter, h near Columbus, 

Kelham John, carpenter, h First street, Camptown. 

Keller Alfred, carpenter, h 40 East Market. 

Keller John, laborer, h 144 Jefferson, bet Jackson and Decatur. 

Keller Henry, laborer, Clinton, bet Sandusky and Barker. 

Keller Philip, engineer, C. D. & E. R. R. 

Keller Philip J., laborer. Railroad, 5th Ward. 

Keller Jacob, laborer, e s Mills , bet Sandusky and Barker. 

Kelley Michael, laborer, h 176 Jefferson. 

Kelley William, stone mason, h 84, c Franklin and Jefferson. 

Kelley J., blacksmith, S. M. & N. R. R. shops. 

Kelley Hugh, laborer, h 80 Lawrence. 

Kelley P., blacksmith, S. M. & N. R. R. shops. 

Kelley John, shoemaker, h w s McDonough, bet Adams and Jeff. 



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KIN 77 

Kelley M., blacksmith, bds McDonough, bet Adams and Jeff. 

Kelley George, laborer, wks for Allen, Dorsey & Tenney. 

Kelley Edward, laborer, S. M. & N. R. R. Co. 

Kelley Mrs. J., h s s Jefferson, bet Shelby and McDonough. 

Kelsey Frederick, carpenter, h 65 Franklin. . 

Kelz Christ., lab, h R. R., bet Market and Washington. 

Kennan Joseph, lab, h cor Columbus Avenue and Monroe. 

Kennedy Philip, h Camp, bet Jefferson and Madison. 

Kennedy John, lab, cor Franklin and Scott. 

Kenney O. V., groceries and provisions and oysters, 144 
Water, h 4-i Washington. , 

Kenney John, machinist, C. D. & E. R. R. shops. 

Kenney Michael, saloon. Water, b Columbus Avenue and Jack- 
son, (basement.) 

Kensaler Louis, laborer, S. M. & N. R. R. 

Kenton C. E., printer. Register, bds Scott's American. 

Kercher John, engineer, h 15 Jefferson. 

Kershner Mrs. E. J., dressmaker, 51 Wayne. 

Kerst Mr. Elis, widow, h Reese, bet Wayne and Hancock. 

Kerwick John, at T. Hosmer«s, h 67 Perry. 

Kesler Martin, lab, h e s Harrison, bet Monroe and Barker. 

Kessler C, blacksmith, S. M. & N. R. R. shops. 

Kessler Conrad, lab, h 84 Lawrence. 

Kessler Walter, h c Railroad and Madison. 

Keyes J. B., fisherman, h w s Decatur. 

Kiefer V., saloon e s Harrison b Madison and Monroe, h same. 

Kiesterer Andrew, (Schoepfle & Co.,) h 220 Market. 

Kietherman A., lab, h n s Tiffin Av., bet Harrison and Putnam. 

Kietherman E., blacksmith, h n s Tiffin Avenue bet Harrison and 
^utnam. 

Kilbourne L. P., crockery, 146 Water, bds 79 Washington. 

Killian S. W., conductor C. & T. R. R., bds Colton House. 

Killinger Jacob, laborer, wks for Moss Bros. & Merry. 

Killion Samuel, laborer, cor Clinton and Madison. 

Killion Peter, laborer, h cor Clinton and Madison. 

Kindt Louis, fresco painter, h s w cor Market and Fulton. 

Kinney Brotbers, job printers and publishers Sandusky 
Journal, third floor Cooke's Block, Columbus Avenue. 

Kinney Mrs. Cynthia, widow, 20 Washington. 

10 



78 KOC 

Kinney Addison D., (K. Bros., pubs. Sandusky Journal,) Ii 140 

Wayne. 
Kinney John C, (K. Bros.,) Ii n w cor Market and Franklin. 
Kinney John, finisher, h Barker, bet Kailroad and Camp. 
Kinney Michael, saloon kpr, s s water, bet Jackson and Colum- 
bus Avenue, bds 175 Adams. 
Kinney Patrick, machinist, C. !>.•& E. R. R. shops, h 175 Adams, 
Kinzler Joseph, lab, h 164 Monroe. 
Kirner Stephen, lab, h c Madison and Clinton. 
Kirner Frederick, moulder, h c Madison and Clinton. 
Kissner Christian, lab, h cor Tiffin Avenue and Putnam. 
Klaeber Joseph, tailor, h 219 Market. 
Klei John, ahoemaker, 26 Decatur, h same. 

Klein G-., cooper, h and shop Columbus, near Columbus Avenue. 
Kleinfelter, lab, S. M. & N. R. R. Co. 

Klem Jacob, cooper, S. M. & N. R. R. shops, h 128 Market. 
Klem Andrew, lab, h 22 cor Adams and Perry. 
Klepper Frederick, carpenter, h ebr Adams and Camp. 
Klie Adam, lab, wks for Luce & Co. 
Klie John, lab, wks for Luce & Co. 

Klieber John, saloonkeeper and carpenter, 185 Adams, h same. 
Kline John, lab, wks for Luce & Co. 
Klota «& MrOMiea*, machine shop and foundry, Fulton bet 

Water and Market. ■ 

KIoIk Aitg., (K. & Kromer^ machine shop and foundry, e s 

Fulton, n Water,) h 44 Lawrence. 
Klooz & Keederle, (Gr. K. & A. K.,) saddlers, cor Market and 

Jackson. 
Kneale Mrs. William, h 11 Meigs. 

Kneale James, tailor, hs s Water, bet Lawrence and MoDouough. 
Kneis John, grocery elk, h 204 Jefferson. 
Knight Sarah T., h 64 Decatur. 

Knight Charles, engineer, S. M. & N. R. R. ;;■ 

Kna?pfle Geo., mason, h Monroe bet Wayne and Columbus Av^ 
Knopf Geo., printer, (Journal Office, Cooke's Block, Columbus 

Avenue,) h Warren near Scott. 
Kiiowltoit P., (Bach & K., iipholsterers,) h Water bet 

Wayne and Hancock. 
Koch William, (W. Fox &Co., boots and shoes,) h 181 Water. 



KUN 79 

Koegele Melcher, laborer Id lumber yard, b 89 Madison. 
Koegele Louis, laborer, b cor Adams and Decatur. { 

Koegele Frederick, finisber at Klotz & Kromer, b 138 Wayne. 
Koegley Jobn, steamboat eng, b Perry bet Adams and Jefferson. 
Koegley Geo., lab, S, M. & N. R.'K. sbops. 
Kcegley Jobn, finisber, h c JelFerson and Warren. 
Koegley George, carpenter, S. M. &'N. R.. K. sbops. '■t*5"'f*>v\ 
Koegley Jobn A., machinist, S.M. &N. tl.'R. shops. 
KflelileP Ca«per, laborer, b e s Putnam bet Sandusky and 

, Seneca. 
Koerner G., cooper, b Clinton 5tb Ward. i' 

Koerner M., cooper, b Clinton 5th Ward. ■ 

Kohl Ferd., machinist, bds Hancock, bet Jefferson and Madison. 
Kohl Conrad, wagon-maker, for M. Bender, h Columbus. \. 

Kolb Adam, machinist, h Jefferson bet Decatur and Jackson. 
Mrasnei* «& BbicIs:, (D. T. K. & J. D. B.,) homeopathic 

physicians, 46 Columbus Avenue, up stairs. 
Kramer D. T., (K. & Buck, homeopathic physicians) h 54 Perry. 
Kramer Joseph, saloon and ball alley, 25 Wayne, h same. ; 

Kranz Fred, tinsmith, h 19 Camp. 

Kretz Frank, boilermaker, h w s Putnam bet Monroe and Barker. 
Kroch J. C, conductors. M. & N. R. R. ^A.-r^^'r. ,. -, 

Kromer Otto, (Klotz & K., machine shops and foundry,) b cor 

Tiffin Avenue and Clinton. 
Kronthal Joseph, ready made Nothing, Water bet Jackson and 

Columbus Av., h Hancock bet Jefferson and Madison. 
Kl-umchoby Charles, carpenter, h 60 Camp. 
Kroop Jobn, carpenter, S. M. & N. R. R. shops. 
Krupp John, pattern maker, h Warren bet Jefferson and Adams. 
Kubach J. A., fisherman, h 43 Jefferson. 

Kubaeh William, cooper, h e s Harrison bet Monroe and Barker. 
Kubach Mrs. F., h 45 Jefferson. 
Kllgel J"osepli, fancy goods, Market, bet Columbus Avenue 

and Jackson, h same. 
Kugler John, saloon, h Market. 
Kuhman August, machinist, h w s Railroad bet Jefferson and 

Madison. 
Kunan John, lab, h Decatur s end. 
Kunz Daniel, barber shop and bath house, 191 Water bet 

Columbus Avenue and Jackson, h same. 



80 LAR 

Kunze Conrad, shoemaker, h 123 Railroad. 
Kunz Philip, saloon, 189 "Water, h same. 
Kunz Philip, jr., clerk at Hubbard & Wilcox. 

Learn Book-keeping ^ Telegraphing , Fhonogra- 
pJiy^ &c., at the Buckeye College. (See advertisement.) 

Lacy Wm. T., clerk, bds Adams bet Fulton and Lawrence. 

Ladd Harlow, lake captain, h Madison bet Wayne and Hancock. 

Laden William, mechanic, h cor Fulton and Market. 

Laden William, (colored,) lab, works for Ryan, Johnson & Co. 

Laden William, (colored,) lab, bds 135 Hancock. 

Laedorf Joseph, lab. h s w c Harrison and Tiffin Avenue. 

Laes Adam, lab, h 110 Decatur. 

Lafay A., clerk, bds National House. 

Lafflin R. G-., carpenter, h Jefferson bet Franklin and Warren. 

Lamb 0., stone ciitter, bds Reese bet Hancock and Franklin. 

Lamex Edward, clerk, h cor Water and Decatur. 

Landick John, lab, h Market bet Fulton and Lawrence. 

Landor H., boilermaker, C. D. & E R. R. shops. 

Landow John, blacksmith, C. D. & E. R. R. shops. 

Landow Catherine, h Clinton bet Sandusky and Barker. 

L<aiie William G., attorney at law. Union Block, Columbus 
Avenue, np stairs, 14 Market. 

Lane Mrs. E., widow, h cor Market and Perry. 

Lane E. S., h 1 Huron Avenue. 

Lang Anton, lab, h 89 Monroe. 

Lang John stone cutter, h 63 Jefferson. 

Lange Dr. F. R., drugs and medicines, Jackson bet Market and 
Water. 

Langenberger Fred., butcher, h Hancock bet Neil and Reese. 
Lannigan Michael, lab, h Madison bet Perry and Meigs. 
Lansdown Joseph, eng C. D. & E.R. R., h 37 Lawrence. 
Lantz Peter, carpenter, h Barker bet Harrison and Putnam, 
{./antz Reuben, fireman S. M. & N. R. R, 
Large Charles, clothing, 83 Market, h 152 Adams south side. 
Large John, saloon, Wayne near Market, h same. 



LEE 81 

Larimer Richard A., bds Market bet Decatur and Fulton. 

Larimer C. W., painter, h 111 Lawrence. 

Larking John, lab, bds 209 Jefferson. 

Larkins Daniel, gas fitter, h Railroad bet Adams and Jefferson. 

Larkins Thomas, eng, C. D. & E. R. R., h 95 Lawrence. 

Larkins Patrick, lab. h 114 Pulton. 

Larkins Patrick, lumber inspector for Moss Bros. & Merry. 

Larkins James, lab, works for Moss Bros. & Merry. 

Larkins Daniel, fireman C. D. & E. R. R. 

liatham & Bonton, (W. V. L. & C. E. B.,) merchant 
tailors, 154 Water. 

Latham W. V., (L. & Bouton,) h 101 Washington. 

liathaiu Ti, H., treasurer and secretary C. D. & E. R. R., 
h 59 Columbus Avenue. 

Latham R. W., jeweler, h 76 Fulton. 

Laubscher Jacob, lab, h cor Madison and Meigs. 
Lavall Anthony, lab, h e s Clinton bet Jefferson and Madison. 
Lawler James, (A. Christofel & Co., threshing machines,) h 20 
Washington. 

Lawrence Thomas, carpenter, bds Colton House. 

Lawrence Edward, h First, Camptown. 

Lawrence William, machinist, S. M. & N. R. R. shops. 

Lawrence Alex., engineer, C. D. & E. R. R., h 1 Brick Block, c 

Adams and McDonough. 
Lawrence H., watchman, S. M. & N. R. R. depot. 
Lea & Bixby, jewelers, 4 Columbus Avenue. 
Lea Lewis, watchmaker, bds 97 Wayne. 

Lea & Moss, (J. D. L. & L. M.,) lumber, nee Water and Decatur. 
Lea J. D., (L. & Moss,) h 97 Wayne. 
Learned Jonathan, lake captain, h 40 Fulton. 
Lechleiter Anthony, plasterer, h"27 Camp. 

Lechler John, shoemaker, h Neal, bet Wayne and Columbus Av. 
Lee Samuel, book-keeper, with Pierce, Woolsey & Co., bds 65 

Franklin. 
Lee James, painter, h Railroad, bet Adams and Jefferson: 
Lee Michael, machinist, h n s Madison, bet Camp and Shelby. 
Lee Benjamin F., yeast manuf., bds Franklin, near Market. 



82 Lm 

Lefler John, elk, bds 31 Fulton. . ifoxlT ^o• . 

Leffler A., cigar manuf., Ill Decatur, h same. 

Lehr Balthaser, carpenter, la 8G Decatur, b Miami Av. and JeS, 

Lehr Johi^ car]penter, C. D. & E. R. R. shops. 

Lehrer J. G., pastor Evang. Lutli. Zion's Church, h 12.4 Market. 

Leis Adam, lab, wks for C. D. &. E. R. R. Co. 

Leis Joseph, engineer, C. D. & E. R. R., h 57 McDonough'. 

LenheyerC, blacksmith, S. M. & N. R. R. shops. 

Leonard Frederick, finisher, h 271 Jefferson. 

Leonhauser Conrad, watchtfian, h Wayne, near Neil.' "i-'"''- 

Leonhauser C, blacksmith, h Monroe, b Hancock and FraifikliiJ. 

Lereh William, grape grower, h 48 Washington. 

Lerman Ferdiirand', butcher; 'u 106 Washington. .'.h-.S 

Leschitet John, lab, h w s Clinton, b Sandusky and Seneca,, ,Y 

Leser Stephen, dry-goods elk, bds West House. 

Leser Charles, "saloon, 294 Jefferson, h same. 

Leser Fred., dry-goods elk, h s s Adams, b Fulton and Decatur. 

liCSer JosepSa, saloon and boarding house, 187 Water, bet 

Columbus Avenue and Jackson. 
Lester Simon, stone mason, h w s Railroad, bet Tiffiin Avenue 

and Jeffersan. 
Letcher Mary, h cor Sandusky and Putnam. 
Lewis Hans, sailor, h Warren, bet Reese and Monroe. 
Lewis J. L., carpenter, h 76 Adams. 
Lewis Samuel, atty., bds National House, 

Lewis Charles H., elk C. D. & E. R. R. office, bds 47 Wash. 
Lewis L. H., auditor C. D. & E. R. R. Co., h 47 Washington. 
Lewis L. W., (Post, L. & Radcliff, grocers,) h 60 Columbus Av. 
Lickinger L., lab, s s Market, bet Fulton and Lawrence. 
Liebensberger James, (Monat & Co., ready-made clothing. West's 

Block, Water,) h 85 Hancock. 
Lies Paul, blacksmith, Hancock, bet Reese and Monroe. 
Lif ka Wendelin, lab, wks spoke factory, h 108 Washington. 
Light David, Carpenter, h e Warren and Monroe. 
Link Ante, carpenter, h 17 Sycamore. 
Link F., blacksmith, C. D. & E. R. R. shops. 
Linn ^., lab, h Reese, bet Hancock and Franklin. 
Linskey Mrs., h Camp, bet Reese and Neil. 
Linsky John, lab, h 21 McDonough. 



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There is notliing within the knowledge of man 
more certain than that all must die ! Death sooner 
or later lays his hand upon all that is mortal. Our 
turn may not be to-day — may not be to-morrow; 
but who shall say when it may not be ? It is a 
Chkistian duty to provide against such an event 
as death, no less in this world than in, the world to 
come ; for the Divine Teacher tells us that he who 
neglects to provide for the comfort of his wife and 
little ones is guilty of a great crime. Think of this 
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LUC 85 

Littleton J., heading sawyer, wks foi- Allen, Dorsey & Tenney. 

Littleton George, ship carpenter, h 4 Madison. 

Litz Michael, mechanic, h cor Columbus and Jackson. 

Liverpool and London and Globe Ins. Co., England, J. J. Finch, 
agt, Cooke's Block, Columbus Avenue, up stairs. 

Livery Stable, Lewis Herb, proprietor, entrance Wayne, bet Mar- 
ket and Water, w s. 

Lockwood, W. B., h 101 Washington. 

Lockwood Chas. B. freight agt C. D. & E. R. R., bds 59 Fulton. 

Lockwood Lane, com. merch't, n s Railroad, bet Columbus Av- 
enue and Wayne, h A 101 Washington. 

Lockwood Pitt, elk, bds A 101 Washington. 

liOdicls: Semarcl, carriage mkr, cor Jackson and Wash- 
ington, bds D. Coghlin. 

Loffler Edward, carpenter, h s end Columbus Avenue. 

Loffler & Jones, hoop skirts, corsets, &c., 40 Columbus Avenue. 

Loftus Patrick, lab, h e s McDonough, bet Water and Market. 

London Henry, lab, h s s Sandusky, bet Railroad and Clinton. 

Long J. J., timber, and lumber, bds National House. 

Long Charles, lab, h 26 Adams. 

Long A., lab, wks for Ryan, Johnson & Co. 

Long James, lab, h McDonough, bet Washington and Market. 

Longenberger Andrew, shoemaker, 189 Adams, h 191 Adams. 

Longmore F., tailor, h 28 Shelby. 

Loomis L. C, h 15 Franklin. 

Loomis J. C, wks S. M. & N. R. R. Co. 

Lorillard Fire Ins. Co. N. Y., J. J. Finch, agt, Cooke's Block, 
Columbus Avenue, up stairs. 

Lortz Adam, patent medicines, 129 Market, h same. 

Losier David, foreman at Allen, Dorsey & Tenney's, h Perry, bet 
Reese and Neil. 

Lotz Henry, grocer, "fcor Washington and Shelby, h same. 

Louis Hans, lab, wks for Ryan, Johnson & Co. 

Lounsbury James, foreman Pierce, Woolsey & Co.'s spoke and 
handle factory, h 7 Decatur. 

IjUCe li. & Co., (L. L. and J. Winterstein,) wooden-ware 
manuf., near S. M. & N.R.R. depot. (See advertisement.) 

lilice li. C, (L. & Co., barrel and wooden-ware manufs.,) h 
45 Perry. 

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86 MAH 

liUCe li. Jr., cooper stop, Railroad, foot Hancock, h Market, 
bet Perry and Meigs. 

Luce Lyman, engineer Luce & Co.'s factory, li Water, bet Han- 
cock and Franklin. 

Luce Lorenzo, cooper, h Market, bet Perry and Meigs. 

Luce William, lab, wks for Luce & Co. 

Luce Lyman, Jr., engineer at Luce & Co.'s factory. 

Luetke Mrs. W., widow, h 114 Hancock. 

Luiginon L., lab, h n s Madison, bet Tiffin Avenue and Putnam. 

Lunceford James, upholsterer, &c., 9 Wayne, h same. 

Lutz Henry, mason, h Columbus, bet Jackson and Decatur. 

Lutz A., cigars and tobacco, w s Columbus Avenue, near Post 
Office, h 257 Jefferson. 

Lutz Jacob, plasterer, li Decatur, bet Monroe and Columbus. 

Lyman L. A., (Wetherell & L., flour and feed, n s Water, Re- 
ber's Block, bet Columbus Avenue and Wayne,) h 51 
Adams. 

Lynch Jeremiah, lab, h 202 Jefferson. 

Lyons John, shoemaker, h Water, bet Perry and Meigs. 

Lyons John, lab, wks for Moss, Bros. & Merry. 

Lyons Patrick, lab, wks for Moss, Bros. & Merry. 

L<yoiis Mathew, European Hotel, s s Market, b Lawrence 
and Fulton. 

M. 

Mathematics and WercJiandi^ing at the Buckeye 

College. (See advertisement.) 

Mackey & Busli, (John M. and H. C. B.,) att'ys, 46 Co- 
lumbus Avenue. 

Mackey John, (M. & Bush,) h 90 Madison. 

Mader Frederick, carpet maker, h Jackson, near Columbus. 

Magle George W., capt. steamer Evening Star, h 34 Hancock. 

Magle George, saloon, Water bet Hancock and Franklin, h same 

Magle, Mrs. C, widow, h 59 Franklin. 

Magruder Samuel A., clerk Keech's, 149 Water, bds at Keech's, 
Columbus. 

Maguire John, pedler, h 14 Camp. 

Mahar, Mrs. J. S., widow, h 68 Shelby. 

Mahns Joseph, lab, wks for Moss Bros. & Merry. 



MAR 8* 

,.TI/i 

Mahon Nicholas, lab, h 58 Kailroad. 

Mahoney Jerry, lab, li Madison, bet Clinton and Harrison. 

Maines Patrick, lab, wks C. D. & E. R. R. Co. 

Major H. F., painter, h JeiFerson, bet Wayne and Hancock. 

Malaney John lab, h 75 Shelby. 

Malaney James, (M. & Costigan,) h Poplar, bet Fulton and Law- 
rence. 

Malaney Mrs. Mary, h 107 Fulton. 

Malaney John, lab, bds 107 Fulton. 

Malaney & Costigan, groceries, Union Block, Columbus Avenue. 

Malaney Mike, lab, wks Pierce, Woolsey & Co., bds 107 Fulton_ 

Malaney Patrick, lab, bds 107 Fulton. 

Malay Michael, h 81 Camp. 

Malone Mrs. E., dress maker, Market, bet Columbus Avenue 
and Wayne, up stairs. 

Malone Patrick, lab, h cor Market and Railroad, 

Mangal Edward, lab, h n s Madison, bet Camp and Shelby, 

Manon William, lab, Hubbard's alley, near Water and Decatur. 

Manz Joseph, lab, h Barker, bet Harrisot and Putnam. 

Marcli Geo. «Sc Bro., (G-eo. M. and Wm. M.,) dry goods, 
19 Columbus Avenue. 

March Gsorge, (Gleo. M. & Bro., dry goods, Columbus Avenue,) 
hue cor Wayne and Madison. 

March William, (M. & Bro, dry goods,) h 17 Jackson. 

Marn Thomas, lab, bds Hancock, bet Monroe and Reese. 

Marn P., lab, bds Hancock, bet Monroe and Reese. 

Marn Pat, lab, h Wayne, n Reese. 

Marquard John G., carpenter, h Meigs, bet Monroe and Madison. 

Marquart Adam, peddler, h Madison, bet Franklin and Hancock. 

Marquet John, grocer, Adams, bet Perry and Warren, h same. 

Marsh & Co., plaster mills, n w c Wayne and Railroad. 

Marsh George A., (M. & Co., plaster mills,) bds West House. 

Marshall William K., book-keeper, bds 67 Franklin. 

Marshall William, painter, h 67 Franklin. 

Marshall George, plasterer, h 85 McDonough. 

Marshall Nick, lab, h Second, Camptown. 

Marshall Geo., clerk, bds 67 Franklin. 

Marshall Joseph, painter, bds 67 Franklin. 



88 ■ MAY . 

Marshall M., lab, li 77 Kailroad. 

IHIartiu John T., dry goods clerk, with Hubbard & Wilcox, 

h 23 Market. 
Martin Mich,, lab, h Keese bet Hancock and Franklin. 
Martin B., lab, h Wayne bet Neil and Columbus. , , 

Martin Arthur, quarryman, h Warren bet Reese and Monroe. 
Martin H. , blacksmith, S. M. & N. R. R. shops. 
Martin John W., farmer, h 105 Lawrence. 
Martin Michael, carp, h 73 Clinton. 
Massey I. B., homeopathic physician and surgeon, office n e 

c Columbus Avenue and Market, h 25 Market. 
Mason P., (col'd) lab, bds Neil bet Hancock and Wayne. 
Mason Mrs. Mary, (widow,) h Hancock bet Reese and Neil. 
Mast Leopold, cooper, h 342 c Madison and Harrison. 
Masterson Mrs., (widow,) h c Jefferson and Perry. 
Mathers Alexander, (McKinney & M., sailmakers, Reber's Block, 

Water,) h 36 Shelby. 
Mathews J. E., elks at Graham's drug store, bds A52 Washington, 
Mathews John, h A52 Washington. 

Mathews — , stave sawyer at Luce & Co.'s wooden ware factory. 
Matry Henry, fisherman, h 1 First, Camptown. ■ "i^ ihi'tnif^ 
Matern Henry, tin ware and stoves, Water bet Jackson and Co- 
lumbus Avenue, h Washington bet. Lawrence and Mc- 

Donough. 
Mathis Christopher, lab, h 120 Market. 

Maul Jacob, foreman Hubbard's lumber yard, h 93 Market. 
May Micliael,, saloon, 219 Water, bet Jackson and Decatur, 

h same. 
May Fred, cigar maker, h 44 Railroad. 
May Mieliael, blacksmith, S. M. & N. R. R. shops. 
May Michael, lab, h Harrison, bet Barker and Sandusky. 
May & Ernst, (F. M, and Jno. E.,) cigar manuf., s s Water, near 

Wayne. 

Mayer J. B., cabinet furniture, s e cor Market and Jackson, h 

153 Adams. 
Mayer Mrs Mary, (widow,) cor Adams and Camp. 
Mayor's Office, (F. Geiersdorf, mayor,) Union Block, Columbus 

Avenue, up stairs* 
Mays James, ship carpenter, bds 41 Market. 



MCF ^9 

MeAleer John, carp, h 4 Washington. : i^ 

McAleer Chas., blacksmith, S. M. & N. R. R. shops. .^ 

McAleer Patrick, plasterer, h e Jefferson and Miami Avenue. 
McCabe Mrs. A., dressmaker, 66 Market, up stairs, h same. 
McCall Michael, wks C. D. & E. R. R. shops, h Lawrence bet 

Jefferson and Madison. 
McCall Owen, lab, h Reese bet Franklin and Warren. 
McCan James, lab, h e s Clinton bet Sandusky and Seneca. 
McCann James, lab, s s Columbus bet Wayne and Columbus Av. 
McCanna Hugh, lab, h Neil bet Perry and Warren. 
McCarty W. H., blacksmith, C. D. & E. R, R. shops. 
McComb B, J., machinist, C. D. & E. R. R. shops. 
McConnelly John L., blacksmith, C. T>. & E. R. R. shops. 
McCormic Barney lab, h 39 Camp. 
McCormic F., eng, C. D. & E. R. R. 

McCormic James, lab, h n s Madison bet Tiffin Av. and Putnam. 
McCormick D., lab, h 30 Lawrence. 

McCormick P., boiler-mkr, h Miami Av., bet Jeff, and Madison. 
McCormick J., blacksmith, C. D. & E. R. R. shops. 
McCarthy Eugene, lab, h s e c Jefferson and Shelby. ^ 
McCrystal M., blacksmith, h 102 Market. 
McCuIloch Wm., brakeman, h 12 McDonough. 
McDermott Mrs. E., (widow,) h e s McDonough bet Market and 

Washington.' 
McElroy James, painter, C. D. & E. R. R. shops, h 1 Madison. 
McEwen T. C, postmaster, h 29 Market. 
McEwen C. S., eng on railroad, bds 29 Market. 
McEwen T. L., conductor, S. M. & N. R. R., bds 29 Market. 
McFall W. H. & Son. (Wm. H. and T.,) boots and shoes, Cooke's 

Block, Columbus Avenue. 
McFall & Woolverton, (Wm. H. McF., Jr., and J. W.,) confection- 
ary, 77 Market. 
mcFall "W. Bl., (W. H. McFall & Son, boots and shoes,) h c 

Columbus Avenue and Madison. 
McFall Thomas, (W. H. McFall & Son, boots and shoes,) bds c 

Columbus Avenue and Madison, zinh ,.'' ?/ 

McFall E., elks steamboat, bds c Columbus Av. and Madison. ' 
McFall William H., Jr., (McFall & Woolverton, 77 Market,) bds 

cor Columbus Avanue and Madison. '■■W^'Sf 



90 . MCK 

McPetridge John, lab, li n s tiffin Avenue, b Putnam and Millsv 

McGee Mrs. S., h 40 Lawrence. 

McGee Dennis, porter U. S. Ex. Co. 

McGree, Dennis, lab, li 151 Monroe, bet Decatur and Jackson. 

McGee Michael, stave joiner, wks for Allen, Dorsey & Tenney. 

McGernan, John, blacksmith, h 35 McDonough. 

McGlashen Alexander, tinsmith, h Keech's Block, Water, up 

stairs. 
McGoldric Wm., stone mason, h 153 Monroe near Decatur, 
McGlochlin M., lab, has Harrison n of Tiffin Avenue. 
McGorey David, lab, h 246 Jefferson. ' 

McGory B,, ax handle polisher, h 42 Shelby- 
McGoshin Wm., lab, h 313 Madison, 
McGowan Patrick, lab, h Monroe bet Meigs and Perry. 
McGranaghan A., fireman, h e Madison and Mills. 
McGrath John, cooper, h Market bet Perry and Meigs, 
McGrath James, stave cutter, h 48 Meigs. 
McGrath — , h 32 Adams bet Warren and Perry. 
McGrath Lyman, cooper, h 23 Sycamore. 

McGreave/ Owen, lab, h Miami Av. bet Jefferson and Madison, 
McGuire John, peddler, h 14 Camp. 

McGurk Mathew, machinist, h Miami Av. bet Jeff, and Madison. 
McKean Michael, lab, h s Columbus bet Decatur and Fulton. 

McKelvey JoIlU, gen'l ag't for the Home Mutual Life In- 
surance Company of Cincinnati, 0., also agent for Fire, 
Marine and Accident Insurance Companies. Office first 
floor n e cor Columbus Avenue and Market, opposite 
the Post Office, h 9 Huron Avenue. B®° See adver- 
tisements every seventh and eighth pages of this Direc- 
tory. 

]M[cI£elvey M. T., h 36 Hancock. 

McKenney Patrick, plasterer, h Wayne bet Madison and Monroe. 
McKernan Mrs. Alice, (widow,) h 12 McDonough. 
McKernan M., plasterer, h 93 McDonough, 
3IcKernan M., drayman, h 158 Adams. 

McKinney & Mathers, (C. M. and A. M.,) sail makers, Reber's 
Block, Water, third floor. 

McKinney C, (M. & Mathers, sail makers,) h 8 Hancock, 



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McKisson Andrew, book-keeper, with Fitzhugli & Foster, bds 

s Washington, bet Decatur and Fulton. 
McKnight Faldiue, lab, h cor Monroe and Putnam. 
McLaughlin Owen, lab, h 79 Jackson. 
McLeer Charles, blacksmith, h 168 Monroe. 
McLouth 0. C, att'y, Union Block, Columbus Avenue, h Colum- 
bus street, near city limits. .- .i 
McMan Ber., lab, h Wayne, near Reese. 
McNamer Edward, h Market, bet Shelby and Camp. 
McNamer J, M., telegraph operator, W. Union, bds c Columbus 

Avenue and Washington. 
McSorley Patrick, fireman C. D. & E. R. R. Co., h 78 Shelby. 
McTieruan John, lab, wks for Moss Bros. & Merry. 
Means James, lab, bds e Madison and Clinton. 
Meder Mart., lab, h Columbus, near Columbus Avenue. 
Mee William, lab, h Market, bet Shelby and Camp. 
Meen Patrick, lab, h Madison, bet Fulton and Decatur. 
Megginson Geo. W., dry goods elk, h 6-i Franklin. 
Meginnis J. H., engineer C. D. & E. R. R. 
Meigher John, mechanic, h c Columbus and Decatur. 
Melaney Mrs. Ellen, (widow,) h e s McDonough, bet Market and 

and Washington. 
Melaney William, lab, h Washington, bet Perry and Meigs. 
Melieu Neal, blacksmith, h 109 Fulton. 
Mellon John, blacksmith, C. D. & E. R. R. shops. 
Mellon John, lab, h 270 Jefferson. 
Menan John car builder, C. D. & E. R. R. shops. 
Merchants Ins. Co., Hartford, Conn., J. J. Finch, agt, Cooke's 

Block, Columbus Avenue, up stairs. 
Mercliants' Union Exp. Co., office Fisher's Block, 

Water. 
Merry H. F., (Moss Bros. & M., lumber,) h n s Washington, 

near Franklin. 
Merry Ebenezer, county auditor, court house, res Milan, Ohio. 
Merkhart Mrs. A. C, widow, h 158 Hancock. 
Merriam J. P., machinist and grape grower, h 51 McDonough. 
Merrick J. B., cont. carpenter, h Meigs, b Water and Market. 
Merideth Thomas, turner, h 258 Jefferson. 
Merritt Mr., wks C. D. & E. R. R., h 156 Market. 

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Merritt H. L., fireman, C. D. & E. R. R. 

Mertz Jacobs stoves -and tinware, s e cor McDonough and 

Washington, h same. 
Messig B., lab, wks C. D. & E. R. R. Co. 
Messig Jacob, teamster, h 198 x\dams. 
Messig Conrad, lab, h 85 Fulton. 
Metcalf Mrs. A., (widow,) h 215 Market bet McDonough and 

Shelby. 
Metcalf John F., artist, bds 215 Market. 
Metcalf H. H., clerk at customhouse, bds 215 Market. •':<: 

Methodist Church, (col'd.) Neil bet Wayne and Hancock. 
Mettenger Daniel, carp, S. M. & N. R. R, shops. 
Mettenger Peter, carp, S. M. & N. R. R. shops. 
Metzger Geo., cooper, h 76 Shelby. 

Metzgar Jacob, carp, h Madi^son bet Perry and Warren. 
Metzgar Nicholas, shoemaker, h Madison bet Perry and Warren. 
Metzger Jacob, shoemaker, c Meigs and JeflFerson, h same. 
Metzker Peter, h Monroe bet Clinton and Harrison. 
Meyer John, grocery, c Tiffin Av. and Harrison, h same. 
Meyer Joseph, carp, h 61 Camp. 
Meyer Henry, lab, h 150 Franklin, 
Meyers Conrad, wks plaster mill, h 129 Franklin. 
Meyers F. L., h 149 Water, up stairs. 
Milan Thos., wheelman, C. D. & E. R. R. shops. 
Milan Thos., lab, h 75 Railroad. 
Milan Thos., Jr., machinist, C. D. & E. R. R. shops. 
Milan Pat., fireman, C. D. & E. R. R. 

Miller & Rohralin, merchant tailors, 12 Columbus Av. 
Miller Chas., (M. & Robrahn,) h on bay shore, bet Putnam and 

Mills. 
Miller Mrs. S., seamstress, h Jefferson bet Jackson and Decatur. 
Miller Abraham, bookbinder, h 82 Market. 
Miller Andrew, lab, wks for Moss Bros. & Merry. 
•Miller Wm., lab, S. M. & N. R. R. 
Miller Wm., lab, wks for AHen, Dorsey & Tenney. 
Miller John, lab, wks S. M. & N. R. R. Co. 
Miller Mrs. C, widow, h n s John w of Fulton. 
Miller Adam, stone mason, h 143 Monroe. 
Miller Andrew, butcher, h Adams bet Camp and Shelby. 



MOO 95 

Miller H., blacksmith, h 87 McDonough. 

Miller Henry, lab, h 94 McDonougb. 

Miller Wm., lab, h Columbus Street near Columbus Avenue. 

Miller Wm., lab, h Wayne near Reese. 

Miller John, lab, b Columbus Street near Columbus Avenue. 

Millot Martin, wks for Pierce, Woolsey & Co., h 105 Lawrence. 

Hills W^. H., grape grower, 4 Washington Row. 

jUills Win. H., 2d, grape grower, bds 54 Hancock. 

Mills Isaac, dept. col, int. rev., custom house, res n w c Hancock 
and Jefferson. 

Millroy R. B., express messenger, bds Columbus Avenue bet 
Adams and Jefferson. 

Milne Mrs. Melville, widow, h 61 Lawrence. 

Miner M. F., (Pool & M., flouring mill,) h 32 Hancock. 

Mineser Joseph, lab, h Tiffin Avenue, bet Camp and Railroad. 

Mishler W., cooper, h Railroad, bet Jefferson and Madison. 

Mishler Phil., boiler mkr, h Railroad, 5th Ward. 

Mitchell Nicholas, ship carpenter, h 3d street, Camptown. 

Mitchell, U. S. Express messenger. 

Mittleberger E. O. P., billiard hall. Water, bet Wayne 
and Columbus Avenue, h 34 Jackson. 

Mock Mrs. Charlotte, widow, h 258 Jefferson. 

Mohler John, machinist, h 18 Clinton. 

Moll Henry, turner, h e s Harrison, bet Monroe and Barker. 

Mollitor William, saloon, Water, bet Columbus Av. and Jackson, 
(up stairs,) h same. 

Molter John, drayman, h 120 Market. 

monat li- & Co., (L. M. and M. Leppensberger,) ready- 
made clothing. West's Block, Water. 

Monat L., (L. M. & Co., clothing,) bds 85 Hancock. 

Mondweler Fred., saloon, sec Tiffin Avenue and Mills, h same. 

Monk John, ship builder, bds n e cor Col. Av. and Washington. 

Monroe Hector, sailor, h cor Water and Perry. 

Monroe John D., West House saloon, entrance Col. Av.& Water. 

Montgomery Adam, marble cutter, h Second street, Camptown. 

Mooran M., oilman, C. D. & E. R. R. shops. 

Moore BTeil HE., boiler maker, w s Lawrence, bet Water 
and Market, h 212 Market. 



96 MUE 

Moore P. C, book-keeper, h 83 Lawrence. 

Moore William H., elk, bds 43 Lawrence. 

Moore Henry, cabinet maker, h 183 Adams. 

Moore George, carpenter, S. M. & N. R. R. shops. 

Moore William, carpenter, h 117 Lawrence. 

Moore F., blacksmith, S. M. & N. R. R. shops. 

Moore H. J„ (colored,) barber, Water, bet Wayne and Hancockj 

h 92 Monroe. 
Moore John L., elk, treasurer's office C. D. & E. R. R. Co., bds 

43 Lawrence. 
JVIoore Mrs. Julia, h 147 Monroe. 
Moore Mary, h Monroe, bet Jackson and Decatur. 
Moore Sarah J., teacher, h 77 Columbus Avenue. 
Moore Eliza, teacher, h 77 Columbus Avenue. 
Moore E., bricklayer, h 129 Hancock. 
Moore Mary A., teacher, h 77 Columbus Avenue. 
Moore John, lab, h Tiffin Avenue, bet Harrison and Putnam. 
Moran Nicholas, lab, h Camp, bet Water and Washington. 
Morehouse P. C, tinsmith, bds 43 Market. 
Morey E. G., heading turner, with Luce & Co. 
Morris James, lab, h Monroe, (Jno. Carr's vineyard.) 
Morrison Mrs. Susan, widow, h Wayne, bet Neil and Scott. 
Morrow John, carriage trimmer, with W. B. Rice, bds 70 Col. Av. 
Moos C, shoemaker, cor Washington and Shelby, h same. 

Horton Oeorge, civil engineer, C. D. & E. R. R. Co., h 

49 Franklin. 
Moss Henry, (col'd,) lab, h cor Hancock and Neil. 
Moss Henry, (col'd,) lab, Ryan, Johnaon& Co.'s lumber yard. 
Moss A. H., banker, First National Bank, h 86 Wayne. 
Moss J. O., ass't cashier First National Bank, h 86 Wayne. 
Moss A. C, elk Moss Bros. & Merry, bds 86 Wayne. 
Moss Lewis, (Lea & M.,) h Wayne, near Monroe. 

Muenscher Charles H., hats, caps, furs, &c., 172 Water, 

h 50 Hancock,. 
Mulchey Cornelius, blacksmith, C. D. & E. R. R. shops. 
Muldoon Barney, lab, h 105 Fulton. 

Muldowney Thomas, city marshal, h Monroe, bet Warren and 
Perry. 

Mueller Rev. Martin, pastor German Reformed Church, h Han- 
cock, bet Jefferson and Madison. 



Mulhearen John, h Barker, bet Railroad and Camp. ii«>^i;, 
Mulhearen Patrick, lab, h 39 Catup. 
Mulheron Farrell, lab, wks for C. D. & E. R. R. Co/ 
Midholland John, lab, h w s Fulton, bet Monroe and Fox. 
Mulkahy Cornelius, blacksmith, C D. & E. R. R. Co., h 141 

Monroe. 
Mullen Frank, lab, h Jackson, bet Monroe and Madison. 
Mullen Frank, mason, h 63 Jackson c Jefferson. 
Mulleu Andrew, teamster, bds Tiffin Av., b Railroad and Clinton. 
Mullen James, stone Mason, Madison, bet Harrison and Clinton. 
Mullen Mathew, lab, h Madison, bet Clinton and Harrison. 
Mulowney Edward, lab, h 124 Decatur. 
Mulvey F., machinist, h 35 Camp. 
Mulvey H., blacksmith, C. D. & E. R. R. shops. 
Mulvahill Henry, blactsmith, C D. & E. R. R. shops, h 216 

Market. 
Murphy Martin, teamster, h 36 Decatur. 
Murphy Peter, lab, h cor Neil and Perry. 
Murphy P., blacksmith, C. D. & E. R. R. shops. 
Murray Mrs. M., widow, h 232 Jefferson. 
Murray John, lab, h s s Columbus, b Col. Av. and Jackson. 
Murschel Jacob, saloon and b h, Market, b Col. Av. and Jackson. 
Murshel Mich, wagon mkr, h Reese, bet Hancock and Franklin. 
Murty John, painter, bds n e cor Madison and Putnam. 
Mutual Life Ins. Co., N. Y., Geo. Thornton & Co., agts. 
Mutterer A., sawyer, h e s Harrison, bet Sandusky and Barker. 
Mutz D., Railroad Hotel, s s Water, b Lawrence and McDonough. 
Myer Andrew, teamster at Icsman's saw-mill. 
Myers William F., proprietor National House, cor Wayne 

and Market. , 

Myers George F., elk National House, bds same. 
Myers William, wagon mkr, bds 37 Fulton. 
Myers Daniel, carpenter, h 61 Market. 

If. 

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eye College. (See advertisement.) 
Nase Michael, lab, h cor Monroe and Railroad. 
Nash Thomas, machinist, bds 31 McDonough. 



98 NOL 

]Vatioual House, (Wm. F. Myers, prop.,) u ,w cor. Wayne 

and Market. (See advertisement.) 
Needham Nehemiah, bds 64 Lawrence. 
Neil Mrs. P. M., widow, h 56 Market. 

Neil Adam, blacksmith, h s w cor Tiffin Avenue and Railroad. 
Nellis Albert E., professor of music, li Jefferson, bet Decatur and 

Jackson. ;• 

]¥ettletoii & Waterbury, (A. B. N. and Charles W.,) 

publishers and proprietors Commercial Register, Eu- 

terpean Block, Water. 
UTettleton A. B., (N. & Waterbury, publishers and prop's 

of Commercial Register,) h 56 Decatur. 
]¥eiiert Jacob, (Foerster & N., pubs. Sandusky Herold,) 

h e s Perry, bet Jefferson and Madison. 
Neuert John, boiler maker, C. D. & E. R. R. shops, h 78 McDo- 

nough. 
Neuert Louis, grocery, cor Adams and Warren h same. 
Neumeyer J. B., baker and confectioner, e s Jackson, bet Water 

and Market. 
Newbaner M., teamster, h n s Madison, b Shelby and McDoncugh. 
Newbower Mike, driver U. S. Ex, wagon. 
Newderfer Conrad, painter, h Decatur, south of Monroe. 
Newton 3Irs. Eunice, h Melville, bet Camp and Railroad. 
N. Y. Life Ins. Co., 112 and 114 Broadway, N. Y., J. J. Finch, 

agt., Cooke's Block, Columbus Avenue, up stairs. 
Nicolai Fred., (A. Zerbe & Co., dry goods, n s Water, near Col. 

Av.,) h 72 Columbus Avenue. 
Nicholas George, lab, h w s Lawrence, bet Water and Market. 
Nichols Randolph, mechanic, ,h 79 Meigs. 
Nichols R B., heading sawyer, with Allen, Dorsey & Tenney. 
Nickel A. A., rip sawyer, with Allen, Dorsey & Tenney. 
Nickle George B., laborer, bds 46 Wayne. 
Nickle G., engineer, bds 46 Wayne. 

Nichols Charles, lake captain, h Madison, b Warren and Perry. 
Niederlander John N., leather and hides, Union Block, Columbus 

Avenue, h 83 Hancock. 
Niederlander Anthony C, elk, bds 83 Hancock. 
Nolan M., tailor, h w s Fulton, bet Monroe and Fox. 
Nolan Mrs. C, h n e cor Madison and Putnam. 



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Nolan Mrs. Jas., widow, saloon, h Monroe, b Warren and Perry. 
Norman John H., (White & N., grocers,) h 55 Perry. 
North American Life Ins. Co., N. Y., S. C Wheeler, agt. 
North American Ins. Co.. Hartford, Geo. Thornton^ & Co., agts. ) 
North American Ins. Co. of N. J., Geo. Thornton & Co., agts. » 
Norris C. H., elk, h 9 Washington Row. - 

Norton Michael, lab, McDonough, b Washington and Adams. 
Nugent James, lab, wks for Ryan, Johnson & Co. 
Xugeiit James, wood agt. C. & T. R. R., h 61 Col. Av. 
Xiiuail Pliilip, surveyor, draughtsman and map publisher, | 

h 75 Washington. 
Nunan John, elk, bds 75 Washington. % 

Xusly Albert J., jeweler, s s Market, bet Wayne and Col. 

Av., h 84 Jefferson. 
iN^llSSly "Vincennes, watchmaker and jeweler, w s Colum- 
bus Avenue, near Water, h Franklin, bet Madison and 
Reese. > 

Nussly E., varnisher, 117 Hancock. > 

Nutter Adam, lab, h s t cor Barker and Clinton. } 

O. 

' '-- ? 

Ornaiiiental Fenma^iship at the Buckeye College. 

(See advertisement.) 
Obergefall Joseph, grape grower, n w cor Putnam and Madison. 
O'Brian, M., lab, h s s Tiffin Avenue, bet Putnam and Mills. 
O'Brien Felix, lab, h 148 Madison. 

Ocobock A. M., (Barney, 0. & Torrey,) h 37 Fulton. ' 

O'Conner Martin, lab, h 23 Jefferson. 
OConner John, lab, h 132 Decatur. 
O'Conner Michael, saloon, basement, West House, h 83 corner 

Madison and Jackson. 
O'Day Patrick, lab, wks for Allen, Dorsey & Tenney. 
O'Dea Patrick, lab, h 174 Wayne. 

O'Dea Pat., lab, h w s Railroad bet Tiffin Avenue and Jefferson. 
O'Donnell Michael, teamster, h c Camp and Jefferson. 
O'Donnell James, lab, h 130 Perry. 
O'Donnell John, lab, h Monroe bet Warren and Perry. 
Oehm Wm, car builder, C. D. & E. R. R. shops. 
Offandock John, lab, h e s Harrison bet Madison and Monroe. 

13 



102 PAL 

Ogontz Fire Engine bouse foot of Hancoclc. 

O'Magan H. E. «fe Co., (H. E. O'H. and J. H. Stead,) 

fish and commission merchants, foot Columbus Avenue- 
O'Hagan H. E., (H. E. O'H. & Co.,) h Perkins Township. 
Ohiemacher Cbas., limekijn, b c Market and Lawrence. 
Olileiiiacliei* «& Bro,,lime kiln, n wc Water and Hancock. 
Ohlemacber Fred, lime kiln, n w c Water and Hancock, b 86 

Jackson. 
Ohlwern Elizabeth, b 32 Decatur. 
Olily Bros., groceries and provisions, s w c Hancock and 

Monroe. 
Ohly H., (0. Bros.,) h c Hancock and Monroe. 
Ohly Wm., (0. Bros.,) h c Hancock and Monroe. 
01<ls Clias). V. & Co., (C. V, 0. and H. C. Huntington,) 

books, stationery, blank book manufticturers and book 

binders, 18 Columbus Avenue. 
Olds Chas.V., (C.V. 0. & Co.,) h s e c Adams and Columbus Av. 
Olds A. W., tailor, h c Perry and Washington. 
Oran David, ax handle mkr, b Adams b Hancock and Franklin. 
Ortner Martin, saloon, 122 Market, h same. 
Osberg Christ., h First Street, Camptown. 
Osplan Micbael, lab, wks for Luce & Co, 
Osterman Michael, saloon, 170 Market, h same. 
Ostrander J. A., gen'l ticket agt C. D. & E. R. R., b 100 Market. 
Ourgen Henry, carp, h 113 Fulton. 
Overhober Fred., lab, h 212 Jefferson. 
Owen Chas., printer, Register, bds Scott's American. 
Owen Robert, eng, h 98 Shelby. 
Owert Chas., eng, bds s w c Jefferson and Harrison. 
Owert Joseph, lab, s w c Jefferson and Harrison. 
Owert Fred., sawyer, bds s w c Jefferson and Harrison. 
Owert Geo., polisher, bds s w c Jefferson and Harrison. 

P. 

Phonography Complete in 24- Lessons, at the 

Buckeye College. (See advertisement.) 
Padeu Henry F., master of trains, S. M. & N. R. R., bds 

R. E. Colt's. 
Palmer John C, elk, bds 53 McDonougb. 



PIE 103 

Palmer I. K., saw filer, h. 53 McDonougli. 

Pape F. E. & Son, (F. E. P. and L. P.,) druggists, cor 

Market and Jackson. 
Pape F. E., (F. E. P. & Son, druggists,) li 106 Market. 
Pape Leopold, (F. E. P. & Son, druggists,) li 44 East Market. 
Parker W. E. ctk in P. 0., h Madison, b Harrison and Clinton. 
Parker Thomas E., enginser, li 180 Adams. 
Patrick D. F., conductor, S. M. & N. R. R., h 10 Huron Av. 
Patterson G-eorge S., justice of peace, h 11 Market. 
Paul James, ship carpenter, h 33 Meigs. * 

Payne James, carpenter, h 45 JeflFerson, up stairs. 
Payne Charles, lab, h 155 Franklin. 
Pease Frank L., painter, Water, bet Jackson and Columbus 

Avenue, h n s Washington, bet Perry and Warren. 
Peatters John, car builder, C. D. & E. R. R. shops. 
Peck W. W., railroad baggageman, bds 43 Markets 
Peck Edward F., conductor, S, M. & N. R. R., bds 43 Market. 
Peebles Arthur, stone cutter, h n w e Scott and Warren. 
Penfield Gr. S., cabinet mkr, h 73 Meigs. \ii':>5!!?.<)-'*l 

Penfield Amos, lab, h 75 Meigs. i, 'i 

Perry William, sailor, h 202 Adams. 
Perry William, lab, wks C. D. & E. R. R. Co. 
Perseverance Lodge, F. and A. M., Hubbard's Block, 3d story' 
Peter John, carpenter, h e s xMills, bet Tiffin Av. and Barker. 

Peters tBTacob J,, billiard saloon and restaurant, 169^ 
West's Block, Water, up stairs. 

Peters George, carpenter, h 124 Adams. 

Peterson J. C, lab, h Reese, bet Hancock and Franklin. 

Peterson John, lake captain, h 52 Adams. 

Peterson Charles, sailor, h Perry, bet Madison and Monroe. 

Pettit Milton, lab, h 155 Market. 

Pfil John, lab, h cor Columbus Avenue and Monroe. 

Pfisterer Louis, cooper, h 185 Adams. 

Pfrangle David, cooper, h 103 Decatur. ^ 

Phelps E. W., engineer C. & T. R. R., h 13 Meigs. 

Phelps S. W., grape grower, bds e s Franklin, near Market. 

Pierce, Woolsey & Co., manufacturers of carriage and 
wagon spokes, ax, pick and sledge handles, whiffle- 
trees, neck-yokes, and seat sticks, n w cor Water and 
Fulton, 



104 - POW 

Pierce W. M., (P., Woolsey & Co.,) h 59 Fulton. 

Pierce James T.,. lab, 156 Adams. 

Pierce J. T., heading sawyer with Luce & Co. 

Pietchman A,, mechanic C. D. & E. R. R. shops. 

Piper Tom, (col'd,) lab, bds 135 Hancock. 

Piper Thomas, (col'd,) lab, wksfor Ryan, Johnson & (Jo. 

Piper Geo., carp, h Railroad, 5th Ward, 

Pitchman Joseph, edge tool grinder, 150 Market, h same. 

Piatt A. C. & Co., (A. C. P. and J. N. Beach,) photograph- 
ers, c Columbus Avenue and Water, 3d floor. 

Piatt A. C, (A. C. P. & Co., photographers,) h 48 Hancock. 

Piatt John, drayman, h 102 Washington. 

Plummer H., (Townsend & P.,) h Fulton bet Market and Wash. 

Policy Mrs. U. D., cloak and dress maker and sewing machines. 
Market, near Columbus Avenue, h 32 Sycamore. 

Polley Wm., street sprinkler, h Perry bet Market and Water. 

Pomeroy C. M., machinist, C. J). & E. R. R. shops. 

Pomeroy F. A., bk-k, Register ofiice, res 54 Washington. 

Pomeroy F. W., machinist, C. I> & E. R. R. shops. 

Pommert Peter, grocery, c Putnam and Tiffin Avenue, h same. 

Pollock Geo., eng S. M. & N. R. R. 

Pool & Miner, (J. G. P. and M. F. M.,) flouring mill, n s Water 
bet Wayne and Hancock. 

Pool Jolin G-., (P. & Miner,) h 88 Washington. 

Pophf John, lab, h c Harrison and Barker. 

Porter Austin, bds 43 Jackson bet Washington and Market. 

Porter S., manuf native wines, Norman Hall bldg. Water, h 
,.„ ., 33 Huron Avenue. 

Porter John, lab, wks C. D. & E. R. R. shops. 

Porter John, lab, 5 Decatur bet Columbus and Monroe. 

Porter Henry, painter and grape grower, h n s Madison 
bet Lawrence and McDonough. 

Post Office in custom house bldg, s w c Columbus Avenue and 
Market. 

Post, liewis & Radcliff, (H. C. P., L. W. L. and J. B. 
R.,) groceries and provisions, 158 Water. 

Post H. C, (P., Lewis & Radcliff, grocers,) h 55 Washington. 

Powell A. W., conductor C. D. & E. R. R., bds Colton House. 



QUI 105 

Powers D. C, elk dry goods, bds sec Wayne and Madison. 

Powers Lawrence, stone cutter, h Reese bet Franklin and Hancock. 

Powf John, sawyer, h e s Harrison bet Monroe and Barker. 

Prevoncha Frank, sailor, h 77 Meigs. 

Prevoncha Mrs, M. L., dress mkr, h s s Market bet Wayne and 
Columbus Avenue. 

Prevoucba J., sailor, h Market bet Columbus Avenue and Wayne. 

Prestler Geo., bakery, Jackson bet Market and Water. 

Prindle H. H., lab, h 36 Wayne. 

Priester Phil., coppersmith, C. D. & E. R. R. shops. 

Pringle John W., wagon maker. Market bet Ful ton and Decatur. 

Pringle James, machinist, wks Klotz & Kromer, Fulton near Wa- 
V ter, h 79 Fulton. 

Prout G. H., clkR. B. Hubbard & Co., lumber, h 49 Col. Av. 

Prout Andrew W., Jr., cashier Second National Bank, h Colum- 
bus Avenue bet Madison and Monroe. 

Promise Frank, cigar mkr, h 118 Market. 

Provident Life Ins. and Trust Co., Phila., S. C. Wheeler, agent. 

Provident Accident Ins. Co., Chicago, S. C. Wheeler, agent. 

Prunty H., quarryman, bds Reese bet Hancock and Franklin. 

Prunty James, quarryman, bds Reese bet Hancock and Franklin. 

Puitt Palmer, (col'd,) teamster, h Jackson, near Adams. 

Pulls William, carp, h 40 Camp. 

Purden William, painter, 34 Perry bet Market and Washington, 

Putman W. L., conductor S. M. & N. R. R., h 57 Hancock. 

Pusch Charles F., groceries and provisions, cor Col. Av. and Co- 
lumbus, h same. 

Pye Jacob, mason, h Hancock, bet Reese and Neil. 

Pye Henry, mason, h Hancock, bet Reese and Neil. 

Questions and Inquiries answered at the Buckeye Col- 
lege. (See advertisement.) 
Quail John, carpenter, h 115 Hancock. 
Queenan .Thomas, lab, h Poplar, bet Fulton and Lawrence. 
Queenan Patrick, sailor, bds T. Queenan. 
Query George, lab, wks for Moss Bros. & Merry. 
Quick William, tinsmith, h 55 Meigs. 
Quinn John, machinist, h Adams, bet Fulton and Lawrence. 



106 UEE 

Quinn John, Sr., machinist, C. D. & E. R, R. shops, 
Quinn Patrick, machioist, h 173 Adams. 
Quinn Joseph, stone mason, bds 68 Shelby. 
Quinn Joun E., collar mkr, Water^ near Wayne, h Perry, bet 
Madison and Monroe, 

R. 

Me venue Law mid Mevemie Book-keeping , at the 

Buckeye College. (See advertisement.) 

Raber Mrs. John A., h Monroe, bet Clinton and Harrison. 

Raber Christ., lab, b Railroad, 5th Ward. 

Radcliff Henry, dep'y eol'r U. S. customs, h s w cor Warren and 
Market. 

Radcliff J. B., (Post, Lewis & R., grocers,) h 22 Market. 

Rady Mrs. Ellen, h e s Clinton, bet Jefferson and Madison. 

Raeder Christian, stone cutter, h Jeff., bet Warren and Perry. 

Raible P., (Soergel, Dorn & R., brewery,) h e s Harrison, n of 
Tiffin Avenue. 

Raikleff Prank, machinist, h 55 Jackson. 

Railroad Hotel, (D. 3Iutz, prop.,) s s Water, bet Lawrence and 
McDonough. 

Ranweiler John, laborer in lumber yard, h Col. Av. s of Scott. 

Rath Daniel, lab, h 23 Camp. 

Rath John, lab, h ss Fox w of Fulton. 

Rayl W. H., principal 1st grammar school, bds 59 Market. 

Rayl William, blacksmith, h 59 Market. 

Raymond Henry, carpenter, h 12 Sycamore. 

Raymond Francis, carp., h Decatur, b Monroe and Columbus. 

Raymond William, drayman, h 132 Wayne. 

Raymond A., lab, bds cor Hancock and Scott. 

Read S. B. M., meat market, 46 Col. Av., h 74 Adams. 

Rebel' Oeorgej atty. at law, h 79 Washington. . ;.> 

Redenbach Daniel, carpenter, h Hancock, b Madison and Monroe. 

Redman John T., train master C. D. & E. R. R. Co., h 
s e cor Water and McDonough. ^ j 

Reed Edgar, book-keeper, C. D. & E. R. R. shops, bds n s Wash- 
ington, bet Decatur and Fulton. 

Reed Ephraim, lab, wks for Ryan, Johnson & Co. 

Reed Mrs. Stephen, h Monroe, bet Meigs and Perry. 



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RIC 109 

Reed J. W., county recorder, court-house, li Washington, bet 

Fulton and Decatur. '• '■' 

Reed Thomas, fisherman, h First, Camptown. 
Reed Wm., fisherman, h First, Camptown. 
Reed J. E., elk, C. D. & E. R. R. shops. 
Reich Mrs. E., widow, h 9 Franklin. 

Reger E., watchman, h Market, b Columbus Avenue and Wayne. 
Reinheimer Fred., painter, 88 Monroe. 

Reinheimer William, carpenter, h Perryj bet Adams and Wash. 
Reinheimer Jacob, h Adams, bet Warren and Perry. 
Remenschnider J., car builder, C. D. & E. R. R. shops. 
Renkin John, (col'd,) farmer, h Scott, bet Wayne and Hancock. 
Renner Mrs. S., widow, h 86 Camp. 
Renner Frank, spoke turner, bds 86 Camp. 
Renner Lewis, engineer, C. D. & E. R. R. 
Rentsch Henry, h 27 Adams. 

Renter Charles, farmer, h nr S. M. & N. R. R., b Scott and Neil. 
Renter Fred., shoemaker, h 158 Hancock. 
Rentier Fi-ed., shoemaker, cor Market and Decatur, h Neil, bet 

Wayne and Columbus Avenue. 
Reynolds E. P,, (col'd,) plasterer, h cor Wayne and Scott. 
Reynolds William, baggageman, S. M. & N. R. R., h Jefferson, 

bet Warren and Perry. 
Rhenegger John, laborer, h Columbus s Monroe. 
I Rhinehammer Jacob, carpenter, S. M. & N. R. R. shops. 
Rhinehammer William, carpenter, S. M. & N. R. R. shops. 
Rhinehammer Jacob, lab, wks for Allen, Dorsey & Tenney. 
Rliode C, harness-maker 36 Columbus Avenue, h Market 

bet Columbus Av. and Wayne. (See advertisement.) 
Rice Win. B., carriage manuf , 99 Water, h 14 Hancock. 
Rice Mrs. Martha, h Franklin, bet Neil and Scott. 
Rice George, lab, h 156 Madison. 
Rice John, lab, bds 209 Jefferson. 
Rice F. A., brakeman, bds Wayne, bet Neil and Scott. 
Rice J. H., broom mkr, 99 Water, bds Wayne, b Neil and Scott. 
Rice Charles, lab, wks for Allen, Dorsey & Tenney. 
Rice James S., book-keeper S. M. & N. R. R. office, h 36 Perry. 
RiceO. A., brakeman, bds Wayne, bet Neil and Scott. 
Rice Mrs. Chas., widow, h Wayne c Neil. 

14 



110 ROB 

Rich W. T., printer, Register, bds Scott's American. 

Richardson R., fireman, S. M. & N. R. R.. 

Richardson William, carp., h s s Madison, b Camp and Shelby. 

Richardson Charles, switchman, S. M. & N. R. R., h Water, bet 
Franklin and Hancock. ,..'i .U iifj, /. 

Richter H., cooper, h Harrison, 5th Ward. ' • ■ ' 

Richter John, lab, h Scott, bet Wayne and Hancock. 

Richter Charles, carpenter, h Water, bet Hancock and Warren. 

Rickeman Michael, saloon, cor Columbus Avenue and Columbus 
street, h same. ' ul, -i-iiv 

Ricl^ert Johii B., stoves and tinware, 152 Market, h same. 

Reidenbush H., stationary engineer, CD. & E. R. R. shops. 

Rie Philip, lab, h 19 Fulton. 

Rief Jacob, lab, wks for Allen, Dorsey & Tenney. 

Riemenscheider J., lab. h 138 Hancock. 

Riester Philip, coppersmith, C. D. & E. R. R. shops, h Adams bet 
Fulton and Lawrence. 

Riester H., cooper, h e s- Harrison, bet Monroe and Barker. 

Riester A., saloon, e s Harrison, bet Monroe and Barker. 

Riggs Thomas, machinist, C. D. & E. R. R. shops, h 35 Market. 

Riley Pat, lab, h Camp, bet Barker and Neil. 

Ring E. J., printer. Journal office, bds 68 i'ecatur. 

Ring E. J., with Ryan, Johnson & Co. 

Ringholtry, Charles, lab, h s w cor Monroe and Putnam. 

Ritter Anson, city express, bds 44 Hancock. ^ 

Ritter Louis, cooper, cor Water and Perry, h same. 

Ritter Mrs. A., widow, h 44 Hancock. 

Ritter & Einbse, (H. R. and T. E.,) cigars, tobacco and 
pipes, Columbus Ave b Market and Water. 

Rittmann Frank, lab, Neil bet Wayne and Columbus Avenue, 5I 

Ritzenthaler Joseph, cooper, 26 Franklin. 

Robert Rudolf, lab, h 78 Lawrence. 

Roberts Mrs. Dora, (widow,) hWaterb Lawrence andMcDonough. 

Robcrson William, (col'd,) lab, bds Wayne bet Market and Water. 

Robertv^^Oii «& Co., (Wm. R., Jr., and Jasper Homegardner,) 
groceries and provisions, 138 Water. (See advertise- 
ment.) 

Robertson "Win. Jr., (R. & Co.,) h 56 Columbus Av. 

Robertson Wm., Sr., h 58 Columbus Avenue. 

Robinson J., blacksmith, S. M. & N. R. R. shops. 



RUD 111 

Robinson JH. O., h. 116 Adams, 

Robinson I. H., gunsmith, Wayne bet Water and Market, 

h 62 Adams. 
Robrahn Julius, (Miller & R.,) h 126 Market. 
Rode Val., lab, h w s Putnam bet Monroe and Barker. 
Rodgers Mrs. B., widow, h w s Fulton bet Monroe and Fox. 
Roeder H., blacksmith. Market bet Fulton and Decatur, h same. 
Rohrbacher Gr. J., dyer, h and shop 21 Wayne. 
Rohrbacher Max., plasterer, h s s Jefferson b Shelby and 

MeDonough. ' - 

Roney Wm., teamster, bds 31 MeDonough. ' 

Root J. M., attorney, c Columbus Avenue and Market, up 
./i') '-xiuinstairs, h 81 Adams c Hancock. 
Rose' Philip, lab, h Harrison bet Monroe and Barker. 
Rosenbauni O. H., ass't assessor U. S. internal revenue, 

custom house, bds c Hancock and Huron Avenue. 
Rosenbaum C. A., conductor, bds c Hancock and Huron Avenue. 
Rosenbaum Mrs. H., h c Hancock and Huron Avenue. 
Roseno Frank, lab, h n s Monroe bet Shelby and Camp. 
Rosina Val., fireman C. D. & E. R. R. shops. 
Rosiae Mikel, shoemaker, h n s Barker b Clinton and Railroad. 
Ross Henrv, carp, h s end Columbus Avenue. "' "" ' "'f'-^'' 

Ross Cbas., saloon keeper, 38 Monroe cor Hancock, h 116 

Hancock. 
Ross Chas., lab, h s w c Harrison and Tiffin Avenue. 
Rossitor S. G-., painter, h 88 Monroe. 
Roth Francis, lab, Clinton bet Monroe and Barker. 
Roth John, wks Moore's boiler shop, h 86 Camp. 
Roth Louis, boiler-maker, h 23 Camp. 
Rowe L., lab, h n s Madison bet Putnam and Mills. 
Rowe Ulrich, carp, h Perry bet Reese and Neil. 
Rude Clark, b k First National Bank, h n w c Washington and 

Decatur. 
Rudolpli H., saloon, c Hancock and Monroe, h same. 
Rudolph John, lab, h Hancock bet Neil and Reese. ■"; 

Rudolph — , painter, bds c Hancock and Monroe. 
Rudolph G-eo., lab, h Neil bet Hancock and Franklin. 
Rudolph Geo., lab, wks for Ryan, Johnson & Co. 



112 SAL 

Ruemmele Grust., manuf. soda water, (" pop,") e s Wayne near 
. Water, h c Hancock and Market. ** -^ i^i,. ixiil^iS.M 
Ruemmele Clias., boarding house 46 Wayne.- • * '' " • 
Kuemmele James A., barber, bds 46 Wayne. 
Euf Jacob, lab, h Scott bet Hancock and Wayne. 
Ruff C, carp, h n s Adams near Franklju. 
Ruff Chas., carp, h 57 Camp. ■jiaeM . 

Rump Casper, mason, b Park Street. 
Runner Louis, eng, h 3 Brick Block w end Adams. 
RuppertChas., turner, h s s Fox w of .Fulton. 
Ruppert Pliilip, saloon, 67 Railroad, li same. 
Rupprecbt John, shoemaker. Water bet Wayne and Hancock. ' 
Ruprecht Jacob, tailor, hand shop Reese b Wayne and Hancock. 
Rust Chas., coaper, c Washington and McDonough, h c Shelby 

and Madison. 
Ruth Jacob, lab, h 155 Franklin. 
Ryan, Jobnson & Co., (C. N. R., J. T. J. and E. J. 

Ring,) lumber, fish and commission merchants, office 

Water near S. M. & N. R. R. depot. 
Ryan C. N., (R., Johnson & Co.,) h 70 Adams. 
Ryan William, saloon, c Columbus Avenue and Water, basement. 
Ryan John, polisher, bds c Shelby and x\dams. 
Ryan William, saloon, Wayne c Columbus Street. 
Ryan Dennis, lab, h Warren bet Reese and Monroe. 
Ryan M., lab, h 19 ^McDonough. 
Ryan Patrick, lab, wks for Moss Bros. & Merry. 
Ryan Mrs. E., widow, h e s McDonough bet Market and Water. 
Ryan Mrs. Ellen, widow, h c Shelby and Adams. 
Ryan James, watchman, C. D. «fc E. R. R. depot, h c Shelby and 

Adams. ' '^' '^ ". , 

Ryon John, plasterer, ColumDus s end Jackson. 

S. 

Specimens of Femnanship furnished at the Buckeye 

College. (See advertisement.) 
ISadler E. B., State Senator, bds West House. 
Saladin M., boarding h c Franklin and Water. 
Salman Geo., blacksmith, h Second, Camptown, 
Salisburry Robert, eng, S. M. & N. R. R., h 16 Hancock. 



SCH 113 

Salisbury H., machinist C. D. & E. R. R. shops. 
^auuderson James, tallow chandler, 54 Meigs, h same. 
8anclusky^ inaiisfield and ITewark Bail Road 

Depot, c Water and Warren. 
Sandusky Ins. Co., (fire.) S. C. Wheeler, agent. 
^audiisfey Ins, Co. of Sandusky. (See advertisement.)'' 
Santer James, messenger, M. U. Ex., bds Colton House. 
Sarter — , h Perry bet Market and Water. 

Sarton M., car builder, C. D. & E. R. R. shops. - c.>iijr.-)0 

Sartor Jacob, boiler-maker, h Monroe bet Harrison and'iP'uthatri'.' 
Sartorious Frank, lab, h n s Columbus b Col. Av. and Jackson. 
Sartorious Louis, lab, h Neil w end. 
Savannack Edward, fisherman, h c Neil and Meigs. 
Saxton G-eorge G., teamster, M. U. Ex. Co., bds Franklin bet 

Market and Water. 
Sehabert Geo., lab, h n s John w of Fulton. 
Schade Wm., fireman, C. D. & E. R. R. 
Schade Wm., finisher, C. D. & E. R. R. shops, h 150 Market. 
Schade Wm., carpenter, h 50 Jefferson, b Franklin and WarreQ. ■ 
Schaefer John B., cooper, bds Columbus near Columbus Avenue. 
Schaeffer Geo. Philip, tailor, 148 Market h same. 
Schaefer Hubbard, cooper, h Columbus near Columbus Avenue. 
Schaefer Peter, cooper, h 41 Market. 

Schafer Henry, shoemaker, h c Fulton and Miami Avenue. 
Schafer E. B., carp, h 194 Adams. 
Schomberger Justus, blacksmith, bds 120 Market. 
Sehaub Charles, cooper, wks for Luce & Co. 
Sichaub jracol>_, foreman, Barney, Ocobock & Torrey. 
Sehaub Charles, cooper, h 53 Market. 
Sehaub A., iab, h Hancock bet Neil and Reese. 
Schanz Andrew, boiler-maker, h c Sycamore and Meigs. 
Scheel Daniel, carp, h 40 Camp. 

Scheehr John, blacksmith, Tiflin Avenue bet Camp and Railroad, 
Seheifler Joseph, eng, h Railroad bet Market and Washington. 
Scheifler H., eng, C. D. & E. R. R. 
Seheifler C, fireman, C. D. & E. R. R. 
Scheifler C, eng, C. D. & E. R. R. 
Scheifler Fred, eng, C. D. & E. R. R. 
Scheid N., lab, h c Wayne and Scott. 



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Sciineider Charles, stone cutter, h 36 Madison. 

ScLneider Andrew, stone cutter, li 248 Jefferson. 

Schneider Charles, drayman, h Hancock, near Reese. "•' ~ / 

Schneider C, carpenter, with Klotz & Kromer, h 146 Adams. '^ 

Schneider Aquilen, lab, h Decatur, bet Monroe and Columbus;'^ 

Schneider George, cooper, works for Luce & Co. 

Schneider A., lab, wks for Ryan, Johnson & Co. '"""^^ 

Schnerr Foldine, cooper, h Monroe, bet Harrison and Putnialtii'."; 

Schnitzer Mrs. V., widow, h s end Columbus Avenue. » 

Sclicex>fle & Co., sash, door and blind manufacturers, n e 

cor Water and Fulton. 
Schcepfle Christ., (S. & Co.,) h Jefferson, b Franklin and Wafren. 
Schoepfle Henry, breWer, with Soergel, Dorn & Raible, Harrison, 

n of Adams. 
Scholey Charles, elk, C. &. T. freight office, h 76 Shelby. 
Schonhart A., brick-mason, h s e c Mills and Barker. 
Schonhart B., saw buck manuf., bds c Barker and Mills. 
Schott Margaret, washerwoman, h 126 Decatut. "" , "^ ,, ./ 
Schott Andrew,*baker, h 54 Railroad. 
Schoub Ferd., lab, h Camp bet Barker and Neil. 
Schuck Jacob, saloon, 36 Adams b Warren and Perry, h same. 
Schuck Randall E., elks C. D. & E. R. R. warehoilse, bds n w c 

Market and Fulton. 
Schuck John, draymon, h n w c Market and Fulton. 
Schuck John, carp, h Putnam bet Monroe and Barker. 
Schuecke Fred., carp, h Monroe bet Warren and Perry. 
Schwab Joseph, blacksmith, C. D. & E. R. R. ^hops. ' 

Schwab J. M., elk, h c Hancock and Reese. 
Schwab Mrs. E., widow, h 138 Wayne. 
Schwarzkopf John, bds 111 Decatur. 

Schwein Henry, carp, h Jefferson b Hancock and Itufon Avenue. 
Schwein Philip, blacksmith and grape grower, 39 Market h same. 
Schwier Mary, widow, h 146 Jefferson. "A"^ ' ,i;"u^. '''" .V 

Science Lodge No. 50, F. and A. M., Townifentl' Bfdd'K, i**s 

Water, bet Columbus Avenue and Wayne. 
Scobey Chas., Sr,, foreman S. M. &. R. R. carpenter shop, h 

Washington bet Warren and Perry. 
Seobey Rodney, carp, S. M. & N. R. R. shops. •'^^^^' 

Scobey'.Chas. P., carp, S. M. & N. R. R. shops. ^^^^ 

15 



116 .SHE 

Scott's American Hotel, (V. Scott proprietor,) cor 

Wayne and Water. (See advertisement.) 
Scott Voltair, bds Scott's American Hotel, 
Scott Joseph, (col'd,) lab, h s s Fox w of Eulton. 
Scott Jacob, Scott's American Hotel, bds same. , 

Scott G-eo., (col'd,) lab, h Franklin bet Wa,ter. and Market. 
Scott Joann, h 7 Sycamore, ,,v/ .dcA .. 

Scott Jas., (col'd,) farmer, h Hancock bet Neil and Scott. 
Scott Jas., machinist, C. D. & E. R. R. shops, h 67 Lawrence;?^ 
Scudder Wm. H., grape grower, h 103 Washington., -r^., 
Seby Chas., h 19 Fulton. 
Secoud IWational Bank, (L. S. Hubbard, prest ; A. W. 

Prout, Jr., cash.;) Columbus Avenue e side bet Water 

and Market. 
Security Ins. Co., of N. Y., G-eo. Thornton & Co., agents. 
Seebach Gr., lab. Camp, b Monroe and Reese. 
Seecrist Esedore, carp, h 188 Adams. 
Seeger Augustus, carp, h 192 Adams. 
Seible John, pump-maker. Market b Fulton and Decatur, h same. 
Seipert H,, oilman, C. D. & E. R. R. shops. 
Seitz Wra.,.carip, h Hancock bet JeflFerson and Madison. 
Seitz John, tailor, h Columbus s Monroe. 

Seitz Bern., cooper, h Columbus bet Columbus Av. and Decatur. 
Selkirk O-eo. O., clerk court com. pleas, h 55 Washington. 
Senn Geo., lab, h 29 Wayne. 
Senn John, shoeiiaker, 29 Wayne, h same. ,. 
Senne Christ. €r., saloon, 217 Water, h same. 
Senne E., car builder, C. D. & E. R. R. shops. 
Shade Henry, carp, h e s Clinton bet Sandusky and "Seneca. , r- 
Shaefler Fred., eng, h e s Harrison bet Madison a;nd Monroe. 
Shaffer Joseph, cooper. Market bet Fulton and Lawrence, h 178 

Market. 
Sharf John, lab, h e s Clinton, bet Madison and Monroe. 
Sharlleau F., barber, s s Water, bet Columbu^ Avenue and 

Wayne, h 78 Adams, 
Sliaub John, carpenter, bds cor Monroe and Clinton. 
Shaw Mrs., h Third street, Camptown. 

Shebley John, carpenter, CD. & E. R. R. shops, h 59 Decatur. 
Sh^ebley Joseph, h Camp, bet Reese and Monroe. 



Sheebly Mrs. Mary, h Clinton, bet Madison and Monroe. 

Sheebly Joseph, cook Evening Star, h 28 Adams. ^ ^ 

Sheels Edmund, lab, h Camp, bet Barker and Neil. >Rf??«r?«» 

Sheerer John, car inspector, C. D. & E. R. R. shops: '•■ 

Sheerer Jacob, car inspector, C. D. & E. R. R. shops. ' ' •■ 

Sheety Andrew, cabinet mkr, h Barker, b Harrison and Putnam. 

Sheidley H. 0., carriage mkr, h 108 Decatur. 

Sheifler Courad, engineer, h Railroad, 5th Ward. 

Sheit Peter, lab, h Monroe, bet Clinton and Harrison. 

Shellhorn Andrew, lab, at Icsman's sawmill. 

Shelp Mrs. C, milliner, u s Water, bet Columbus. Avenue 

and Jackson, up stairs. ; 

Shelp C, silver-plater, has Wayne, near Market. 
Shelp Stephen, lab, h s s Monroe, bet Railroad and Clinton. 
Shenessy Patrick, stave joiner, h 4 Washington. 
Sherer Jacob, lab, h 216 Jefferson. 
Sherer John, lab, h 214 Jefferson. 
Shields Hugh, peddler, h 184 Market. 

Shields Mary, washerwoman, h Jeff., b Fulton and Decatur. 
Shige J., blacksmith, S. M. & N. R. R. shops. , ,;., 
Shils Edward, stone mason, bds 68 Shelby, ., ryt.,.' 

Nliippel Frederick, prop, omnibus line, h 38 E. Market..,, 
Shoemaker Henry, carpenter, h 65 Perry. 
Shoemaker Jacob, porter S. M. & N. R. R. depot, h Perry bet, 

Adams and Jefferson. 
Shoemaker George, machinist, h 42 Railroad. 
Shuman P. T., carpenter, bds 111 Lawrence. --::-'-. 

Shuntz A., boiler mkr, C. D. & E. R. R. shops. 
Shurze Louisj pattern mkr, C. D. & E. R. R. shops. 
Shuster John, fireman, C, D. & E. R. R. shops. 
Sidley Rev. B. A,, pastor Church Holy Angels, h cor 

Tiffin Avenue and Jefferson. 
Sidley Albert, cigar mkr, h 60 McDonougb. ' _ ''^_ 

Sidley George, cigar mkr, h 60 McDonough. • ... 

vSiegfried John, stone cutter, h Monroe, b Wayne and Hancock.J 
Siegling Charles E., gunsmith, Jackson, bet Water and Market, 

h same. 
Sietenbury Otto, grocery elk, bds s w cor Hancock and Monroe. 
Silva li. A., physician and surgeon, h 41 Fultorir'-' " ''''■ 



1^ SMII^^ 

Silversack Michael,. (Helt & S., boots and slioes, Water, bet 
Columbus Avenue and Wayne,) h. 199 Adams. 

fSinnuerinaelie]* & Co., (Wm. S. and A. Bietsch,) gro- 
ceries and provisions, 142 Water. 

Simmermacher William, (S. & Co., grocers,) h Columbus Assi, 
bet Neil and Scott, ■■ '■'< 

Simons C, umbrella and parasol mender, li s s Market, bet 
Decatur and Fulton. 

Sims William, lab, h s w cor Barker and Putnam. 

Siirpson W. A., li 52 Washington. 

Simpson John, wood-sawyer, h Third street, Camptown. 

Singleton Joseph, boiler mkr, h cor Warr6n and Monroe. 

Singleton J-., boiler mkr, S. M. & N. R. R.' shops. 

Singleton John, blacksmith, S. M. & N. R. R. shops. 

Sintenis Charles, shipping elk, h 7 Brick Block, w end Adams. 

Sites Adam, lab, h Harrison, bet Madison and Monroe. 

Skeahan Patrick, constable, h Columbus, b Decatur and Fulton. 

Skeahan Thomas, lab, h cor Jefferson and Poplar. 

Skelton Mrs. M., (col'd,) widow, h Seott, b Hancock land Franklin. 

Slackford Edward', sailor, h Reese, bet Perry and Warren. 

Slackford George, lab, h Second street, Camptown. , 

Slacklbrdtxeorge, teamster, with Moss Bros. & Merry. 

Sleet Peter, lab, h Park, bet Columbus Avenue and Jackson. 

Sling Solomon, stone cutter, h 178 Jefferson. 

Slitt Peter, lab, wks, for Moss iBros^.A Merry. •: 

fSloane Rusb KI, prest, C. D. & E..R. R. Co., h 55, cor 
Adams .and Franklin.;. 

Sloan James, Sj, auction. and CjOjmmissio.nL goods, cor; Water and 
Wayne, h 83 Washington. 

Sloan J. S., boots, shoes and clothing, 185 Water. 

Sloan Fred., lab, h e s Clinton., bet Jefferson and Madison. 

Slott W., lab, h 77 Perry. 

Smith W. B., Jr., livery stable, h 51 Franklin. 

Smith Mrs. John F., h Jackson, bet Madison and Moi^oe. 

Smith Thomas, lab, h 209 Jefferson,, • 

Smith George F,, cabinet mkr, cor Adams and Decatur, h same. 

Smith Fied,, blacksmith, h n e cor Madison and Putnam. 

Smith Fre^^G.^ blacksmith, C. D.- & E. R. shops, ^^^^j^ ju^yliiK 



sou 11^ 

Sniitli John, engineer, h e s Harrison, b Madison and Monroe. 

Smith James, machinist, C. D. & E. R. R. shops. 

Smith H., fireman, C. D. & E. R. R. 

Smith Peter, carpenter, h cor JefiFerson and "Warren. 

Smith Martin, store-keeper, 148 Jefferson, h same. 

Smith Mrs. Z. W., widow, h 67 Adams. 

Smith Mrs. E., widow, s s Water, bet Lawrence and McDonough. 

Smith Mrs. Geo. W., h 29 Perry. 

Smith Jacob, lab, h 105 Washington. 

Smith Henry, machinist, h Harrison, bet Madison and Monroe. 

Smith Warren, livery stable, h 33 Market. 

Smith Christ., carpenter, h 90 Railroad, 5th Ward. 

Smith Nicholas, grocery, h cor Madison and Harrison. 

Smith, Frank, tailor, h 106 Washington. 

Smith Joseph, machinist", C. D. & E. R .R. shops, H , 4*5 Shelby", 

ISmitli Henry, (col'd,) whitewasher,h., Scott, bet Hancock, 

and 'FranJclin. 
Smith Robert, (col'd,) carpenter, h Neil, bet Hancock and 

Franklin. 
Smith Mrs. Nancy, widow, h 55 Hancock. ,^. 

Smith C. E., atty. and notary, 44 Col. Av., bds 47 Washington. \,. 
Smith Dr. -- — , bds 52 Columbus Avenue. 
Smith J. L., marble works, 26 Wayne,, h- 66 Market. 
Smith Mrs. E. P., millinery goods, .51 /'Wayne. ■ 
Smith Henry, (col'd,) barber. Water, bet Columbu^ Avenue and 

Wayne, h Scott, bet Franklin and Hancock. 
Smith John, carpenter,, h. Perry^ bet A,dams and Jefferson. 
Soaf Henry, carpenter, h 10 Sycamore, 
ISoeffing Frank;, cigar mkr, h Wayne, bet Market and 

Washington. 

iScergle, Dorn & Raible, (&.' S., P. R., and P. D.,) 

brewery, Harrison, 5th Ward. 
Soergel George, (S;", Dbrn & Raible, brewery,) h w s Harti- 
Solomon Cliarles, lab, h 214 Market, near brewery. 
Solon Thomasv lab, h 31 McDonough. 

Sonnichsen Nahne, labj h Decatur, bet Monroe and Oolumbus; 
Souter J.' W., exp. messenger, bds Colton. House. 
Souter James, exp. messenger, bds.n s Washington, .bet'Dc' 
; ,:,fia;tUjr, and Fulton.- 



120 STA 

Souckow F., drayman, h 65 Fulton. 

Spalding Robert F., ship carp, bds National House. 

Spath Conrad, butcher, c Col. Av, and Market, h 167 Madison. 

Spathelf J. G., locksmith, h and shop 38 "Wayne. 

Spencer Lyman A., (Gale & Spepcer,) h s s Washington bet De-, 
catur and Fulton. , , ,.. ,r ;.•' v -rT/ 

Speer Frederick, lab, h Harrison bet Monroe and Barker. ;, 

Spiegel Geo. J., butcher, h Water bet Hancock and Franklin. _^j,^ 

Spiegel & Son, butchers, Hancock bet Neil and Reese-. ,.^^l_ diita'd- 

Spiegel Geo., (Spiegel & Son, butchers,) h 117 Hancock. ^. 

Spink Geo. W., elk, bds Jackson, bet Washington and Market. . 

Spittel Thomas, machinist, bds 9 Brick Block w end Adams. 

Spittel Benj., carp, h 9 Brick Block w end Adams. ii.jlaici 

Spra;u Geo., watchman C. D. & E. R. R., h 90 McDonough. j^j^^^g 

Sprenger Henry, tanner, h 22 Sycamore. ^ ;sfloX. idiflia 

Sprineger Chas., tailor, h 148 Market. ■ . If ' * 

Springer John, lab, h Columbus s Monroe. 

Springfield Fire and Marine Ins. Co., Springfield, Mass., Geo. 
Thornton & Co., agents. 

Sprow Paul, Sr., lab, h 5 Brick Block w end Adams. 

Sprow Jacob, lab, h 5 Brick Block wend Adams. 

Sprow Henry, drayman, h 193 Adams, ^ 

Sprow Mrs. Cath., widow, h McDonough bet Adams and JeifersoiiV^ 

Sprow Christopher, lab, h 77 Lawrence. 

Sprow Christopher, machinist, bds McDonough bet Adams and 
Jefferson. 

Spur Henry, lab, bds 85 Lawr.ence. 

Stseger R., lab, h w s Harrison, n of Jefferson. 

Staein Henry, blacksmith, h Shelby, b Washington and Adams.^ 

Stafller M., shoemaker, h cor Camp and Jefferson. 

Ntalll 4&; IToung, (G. S. and J. Y.,) liquors, wines and 
cigars, wholesale, 180 Water, n s. 

Stahl George, (S. & Young,) h Columbus Avenue, bet Jeffer- 
son and Madison. 
Staigle David, lab, h Decatur b Monroe and Columbus. . 
Stairwalt Wm. L., fireman C. D. & E. R. R. 
Stalder Andrew, cooper, h Hancock bet Madison and Monroe. 
Stanley E., physician and surgeon, 4 Columbus Avenue, up 
stairs, h Franklin bet Jefferson and Huron Avenue. 



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STR 123 

Starks Wm., car builder, CD. & E. R. R. shops. 

Stark Andrew, brewer, with Soergel, Dora & Raible, Harrison n 

of Adams. 
Stead J. H., (Hubbard, Walker & Co.,) h w s Col. Av. nr Adams. 
Steeb Jacob, shoemaker, h Jackson bet Madison and Jefferson. 
Steiert Andrew, lab, h 269 Jefferson. '"*■ 

Steigie Leonard, c Camp and Clinton. 

Steinert Charles, plasterer, h Wayne, bet Neil and Reese. 
Stelzer Wm., teacher, h 29 Wayne. 
Stem Mrs. M. E., widow, Adams, bet Wayne and Col. Av. 
Stenyel Rudolph, cabinet mkr, h 87 McDonough. 
Steuk William, grape grower, h 134 Market. 
Stevenson John W., produce merchant, h 67 Washington. 
Stienly Anthony, lab, at Icsman's sawmill. 
iStineman Jacob, ship carpenter, h 56 Shelby. 
Stockwell S., moulder, h e s Camp, bet Monroe and Osborn. 
Stockwell S., brass moulder, C. D. & E. R. R. shopg. 
Stoffel Henry, blacksmith, 37 Market, h same. 
Stoll Charles, (W. Fox & Co.,) h w s Lawrence, bet Market 

and Washington. 
Stone H., -blacksmith, C. D. & E. R. R. shops. 
Stoaie W. F., judge district court, h Washington Row, 

near Columbus Avenue. 
Stone Frederick, blacksmith, h 9 Perry. 
Stone Frederick, blacksmith, S. M. & N. R. R. shops. 
Stone Samuel, wood merchant, h 31, cor Market and Franklin. 
Stookey Frank, lab, Monroe, bet Camp and Railroad. 
Stookey John, lab, 269 Jefferson. 
Storm v., blacksmith, S. M. & N. R. R. shops. 
Stork Jacob, dry-goods elk, h, 38 East Market. 
Straar Jacob, lab, h e s Clinton, bet Monroe and Barker. 
Straub M., lab, h e s Harrison, bet Madison and Monroe. 
Strauser Andrew, lab, h 174 Market. 
Strauser Fred,, lab, bds 174 Market. 
Strickland John, traveling agent, h Madison, bet Columbus Av. 

and Wayne. 
Strobel Grottleib, restaurant, 183 Water, h same. 
Stroh Michael, drayman, h Cooke, bet Decatur and Columbus. 

16 



124 TAB 

Stroh Philip, lab, li Columbus, near Columbus Avenue. 
Stromeyer Frederick, lab, n s Columbus, bet Col. Avenue and 

Jackson. 
Strong F. F., lab, bds 70 Columbus Avenue. 
Strong Henry, ins. agt., bds n e cor Washington and Franklin. 
Strong B. F., dept. P. M., h e s Decatur, bet Monroe and 

Columbus. 
Stroud & Son, (C. T. S. and C. E. S.,) Wests' Block, Col. 

Av., ixp stairs. 
Stroud C. T., (S. & Son,) h 93 Wayne. 
Stroud C. E., (S.& Son,) bds 93 Wayne. 

Stubig Christ., shoemaker, s e c Water and Jackson h 167 Marh'^t. 
Stucky Jacob, lab, h s s Monroe bet Clinton and Railroad. 
Studemann John, grocer, 91 Washington, h same. 
Stugir Brobert, brewer, with Soegel, Dorn & Raible. 
Sunday Mrs. Kate, h e s Hajrrison bet Sandusky and Seneca. 
Sutton Fred'k, sailor, h c Madison and Meigs. 
Swah Christian, h 13 First, Camptown. 
Swanston Wm., master mechanic C. D. & E. R. R. shops, h Adams 

bet Shelby and McDonough. 
Swarman J., blacksmith, S. M. & N, R. R. shops. 
Swartz M., lab, h n s Madison bet Camp and Shelby. 
Sweegles Geo., lab, h First, Camptown. 
Sweetland Geo., printer h 28 Franklin. 

Sweitzer George, township clerk, h Decatur b Market and Water. 
Sweitzer Jacob, lab, h 195 Adams. 

Swinefort A., blacksmith, h Monroe bet Harrison and Putnam. 
Swinefurt Sebastian, tanner, h Sycamore b Meigs and bay shore. 
Swineflirt G-eorge, ice peddler, h Washington bet Perry 

and Meigs. 
Swinefurt Geo. H., lab, h 68 Meigs. 

Swinegar Julius, lab, h Harrison bet Sandusky and Seneca. 
Switzer Joseph, machinist, h n e c Adams and Lawrence. 
Switzer Henry, lab, wks for Luce & Co. 

T. 

TelegvapTling on Sound and Register instruments, at the 

Buckeye College. (See advertisement.) 
Table George, machinist, h Warren, bet Jefferson and Adams. 



THO 125 

Talbert John, cooper, wks for Luce & Co. 

Talbert John, Cooper, h Market, bet Perry &* Meigs. 

Talbot James, finisher, S, M. & N. R. R. shops, h Jefferson, bet 

Warren and Perry. 
Talman George C, exp. messenger, bds 43 Market. 
Tarbutton G. W., fireman, S. M. & N. R. R. 
Taubert li. Bl., grocer, 186 Water, h 42 East Market. 
Taubert F. A., tailor, s s Market, near Wayne, h cor Hancock 

and Market, 
Taylor S. F,, atty. at law, 44 Columbus Avenue, up stairs, 

h Columbus Avenue, bet Adams and Jefferson. 
Taylor Mary, (col'd,) bdg h, s w cor Adams and Decatur. 
Taylor William, (col'd,) barber, h s s Water, bet Fulton and 

Lawrence. 
Taylor John B., wheel mkr, h 206 Market. 
Tearney Mrs. Mary, widow, h Reese, b Franklin and Hancock. 
Terry B. L., mail agent, S. M. & N. R. R., h n w cor Franklin 

and Market. 
Tenney Luman H., (Allen, Dorsey & T.,) bds n s Washington, 

near Fulton. 
Textor Albert, fancy goods, 10 Columbus Avenue, h cor 

Franklin and Huron Park. 
Thomas Fred., elks Geo. Barney & Son, bds e s Hancock, bet 

Jefferson and Madison. 
Thomas Mrs. Mary, widow, h e s Hancock, bet Jefferson and 

Madison. 
Thompson I^. S., teacher of penmanship, public schools, 

h 9 Meigs. 
Thompson H, V., sail mkr, overC. D. &E.R. R. oflices, n w cor 

Columbus Avenue and Water. 
Thompson Moses, (col'd,) lab, h Neil, b Hancock and Franklin. 
Tlioiupsoii ISeujaiuiii W., book-kpr, bds 31 Decatur. 
Thompson William, butcher, h 138 Madison. 
Tlioriitou Oeo. «& Co., fire, life, marine and accident in- 
surance, cor Columbus Avenue and Market, up stairs. 
Tliomtou Oeo., (T. & Co., ins. agts.,) h s e c Washington 

and Franklin. 
Xliorpe & Fosdlek, (J. P. T. and Wm, F.,) doors, sash, 

blinds, and cabinet furniture. Market, near post-office. 



126 TRI 

Thorpe Charles M., b k at Thorpe & Fosdick's, bds s w cor Mar- 
ket and Franklin. 

Thorpe John P., (T. & Fosdiek,) h s w c Market, and Franklin. 

Tick Charles, carp, S. M. & N. R. R. shops. 

Tierney B., carpenter, h 91 McDonough. 

Tierney Catherine, h 110 Decatur. 

Tierney Patrick, carpenter, h e s Shelby, b Madison and Monroe. 

Tierney Owen, lab, wks Hubbard's lumber yard, h 90 Camp. 

Tierney Joseph, stone mason, h 102 Market. 

Tilden Daniel, physician, h n w cor Jefferson and Hancock. 

Till Henry, contracting carpenter, h Perry, b Madison and Jeff. 

Till William A., elk S. M. & N. R. R. offices, h 109 Lawrence. 

Till Mrs. M. A., h 109 Lawrence. 

Till Levi, carpenter, h First street, Camptown. 

Tivnan Dominick, lab, wks for Moss Bros. & Merry. 

Tivnan Charles, lab, wks for Moss Bros. & Merry. 

Toles Alfred G., fireman, S. M. & N. R. R., bds 109 Lawrence. 

Tolman George C, tJ. S. Express messenger. 

TomlillSOU C, ale and beer manuf., near w limits of city, 
h same. 

Toomy Pat., lab, h s s Tiffin Avenue, b Clinton and Harrison. 

Torcut Henry, lab, wks for Luce & Co. 

Torrey T. W., (Barney, Ocobock & Torrey,) h Washington bet 
Lawrence and Fulton. 

Town S. P., express messenger, h s s Huron Avenue bet Adams 
and Jefferson. 

Townsend & Pluramer, (A. C. T. and H. P.,) merchant tailors, 
153 Water. 

Townsend A. C, (T. & Plummer,) h Cemetery road. 

Townsend W, D. K., bds 43 Jackson b Washington and Market. 

Traber Wm., painter, C. D. & E. R. R. shops. 

Tracy Patrick, lab, h 125 Perry. 

Trapp Mrs. S., h Water bet Franklin and Warren. 

Traiib liOuis, notary public, also dealer in stationery and 

German publications, 21 Jackson, h same. 
. Treier Thomas, lab, h Hancock bet Neil and Scott. 

Tretter Charles, brewer, h Camp bet Washington and Adams. 

Trick Jacob, lab, h 61 Fulton. 



VAN 3^!7 

Troop Benjamin, lab, wks for Luce & Co. 

Trout Henry, cooper, h Putnam bet Monroe and Barker. 

Tumbleton John, lab, h Madison bet Clinton and Harrison. 

U. 
Unprecedented Attractions at tbe Buckeye College. 

(See advertisement.) 

Uller Prof. E., music teacher, h 98 Mart:et. 

Ulmer M., drayman, h 83 Railroad. 

Ulmer Jacob, wagon-maker, n w c Railroad and Tiffin Avenue, h 
85 Railroad. 

Ulm^er Philip, collar-maker, h Railroad bet Madison and Monroe. 

Ulrick L., shoemaker, h and shop Franklin b Water and Market, 

Ulrick Michael, drayman, h 79 Lawrence. 

Umlor Wm.. carp, h Columbus Avenue s end. 

Unckle Andrew, sailor, h 156 Adams. 

Unckrich Peter, salooru, c Water and Jackson, h same. 

United IStates Express, (Jacob A Barker, agent,) office 
Fisher Block, n w c Water and Wayne. (See adver- 
tisement.) 

Unon Fred,, car builder, C.^D. & E. R. R. shops. 

Upp & Wells, (E. E. LT. and B. W. W.,) sash, doors, blinds, 
cabinet furniture, &c., &c., 134, 136 and 138 Water. 

Upp E. E., (U. & Wells,) h c Perry and Washington. 

Upp HC. B,, horse-shoer, rear Coghlin's shop, Jefferson. 

Urbine Lawrence, lab, h 143 Monroe. 

Urnan Fred., carp., h Madison bet Franklin and Hancock. 

Utley Hiram, lab, h 269 Jefferson. 

V. 

Visit the Buckeye College, by invite of the proprietors. 

(See advertisement.) 
Van Blarcum Aaron, carp, h 107 Madison. 

Van Dusen Mrs. A., bdg h c Columbus Av. and Washington Row. 
Vanhouton P., driver M. U. Ex. wagon, h Franklin bet Water 

and Market. 
Vollmer Jacob, saloon. Water bet Col. Av. and Jackson h same. 
Van Ness C. A., dry goods clerk, h 50 Adams. 
Vansick Mrs. A., h n e c Madison and Putnam. 



128 WAH 

Van Tine A. C, ass't U. S. int. rev. assessor, h 46 Hancock. 

Van Tine C. H., elks A. C. Van Tine, bds 46 Hancock. 

Veecher Richard, (coi'd,) lab, li Neil bet Wayne and Hancock. 

Vetor Henry, mason, li 177 Adams. 

Vetor Mary, li Hubbard's alley, n Watier and Decatur, 

Victor Mrs., widow, h 62 Fulton. 

Vining George, cooper, wks for Luce & Co. 

Vining CaL, cooper, h Water bet Hancock and Franklin. 

Vining G-eo., cooper, h Water bet Hancock and Franklin. 

Vinton A. W., cooper, h 59 McDonough. 

Vinton Geo. A. & Co., (G. A. V. and Watson Hubbard,) boots 

and shoes. Wests' Block, 169 Water. 
Vinton G. A., (Geo. A. V. & Co.,) bds e Columbus Avenue and 

Washington Row. 
Vogel Henry, fancy goods, 87 Market, h same. 
Voigal Conrad, lab, h e s Clinton bet Barker and Sandusky. 
Vollmer G., spoke turner, h 59 McDonough. 
Vonhausen George, grape-grower, h''38 East Market. 

W. 

Writing, JPlain and Ornamental^ at the Buckeye 

College. (See advertisement.) 
Waber B., lab, h n s Monroe, bet Camp and Shelby. 
Waechter Jacob, saloon and boarding-house, 19 Wayne. 
Wagenknecht John, ship carp., h w s Railroad, bet Jefferson and 

Madison. 
Waggoner Julius, carp., S. M. & N. R. R. shops. 
Waggoner Conrad, cooper, wks for Allen, Dorsey & Tenney. 
Waggoner Jacob, h Camp, bet Reese & Neil. 
Wagner Jacob, lab, wks for Moss Bros. & Merry. 
Wagner Casper, lab, h n s Sandusky, bet Clinton and Railroad. 
Wagner Charles, saddle and harness. 111 Market, h same. 
Wagner Julius, carpenter, S. M. & N. R. R. shops, h 65 Market. 
Wagner Jacob, printer, Herold office, bds Decatur, bet Madison 

and Monroe. .+o,i{t^;M bif 

Wagner Fred., saloon and bdg h, Jackson, b Water and Market. 
Wahlbeck A., car builder, C. D. & E. R. R. shops. 
Wahler Charles, wiper, C. D. & E. R. R. shops. 



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and support your family on nine-tenths of it while 
living, how will your family get along when de- 
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charity of the world when for so small a sum, ap- 
plied annually while living, you can provide for the 
future comfort of your wife and education of your 
children ? Call on 



JOHN (VIcKELVEY 



AND 






Office cor. Columbus Avenue and Market St . 



WAR Wl 

Walcker John, saloon, cor Reese, and Hancock, h same. , .„ 
Walden John, lab, wks for Ryan, Johnson & Co. .,; ^',,.,,,7/ 

Waldon John, lab, h Sladison, bet Perry and Wayren.^ ^ ,,-- 
Wallis Edwin C, machinist, h HubbaVh s altey,' near, water an4 
Decatur. . , ,jj 

Walker Miles, (col'd,) lab, h Hancock, bet Neil and Scott ["'., 
Walker John, stone cutter, h Franklin, bet Neil,^nd Reese. 
Walker David, lab, h 2G6 JeflFerson. .','''! 

Walker P. G., (Hubbard, W. & Co.,) cablnefw^'lsi" Water. 
Wall B., lab, h e s Mills, bet Sandusky and Barker. 
Wallace M. li., carp., h n w cor Market and Lawrence. 
Waller Charles, lab. Camp, bet Barker and Nell.' " '"" 
Walsih James, machinist, h 8G Meigs: ■■■■\';'^\ f»f'» '*''">*««''' 
■ Walsh Mrs. M., widow, h 74 Market. " 
Walsh John, lab, h 71 Shelby. :i .Y^Jiiv .cuiA ".-iU. un-.u-.l/ 

Walter F. M., stave cutter, with Allen, Dorsey& Tenne/; ^'^^'''''^ 
Walter Peter, h 118 Market. -.*s1p.V/ 

Walter Jacob, lab, h 49 Meigs. . l> .^'* 'J-^tkY/.' 

Walter Ricliard^ policeman, h 69 Lawrence. - - 
Walter J. W., tailor, h 69 Franklin. K: -jaxlnoW ' 

Walter L., lab. h s w cor Jefferson and Harrison. '^ 

Walter Thomas, tailor, h Railroad, bet Adams and Jefferson. '' 
Walter Philip, grocery. Tiffin Avenue, bet Camp and Railroad.'^ 
Walter Christopher, blacksmith, C. D. & E. R. R. shops, h 118 

■ Market. 
Ward Joseph, gardener, h Third street, Camptown. 
Ward E. D., bds 67 Adams. // 

Ward John, lab, h cor Neil and Warren. '7 

Ward Joseph, blacksmith, h n s Osborn, b Columbus and Camp. 
Ward Frank, lab, h 49 Shelby. 
Ward J. F., blacksmith, C. D. & E. R. R. suops. 
Ward J., blacksmith, C. D. & E. R. R. shops. u>\, ibiaU 

Warden H. P., gen'l fr't agt. S. M. & N. R. R., b 9 Hancock.-/- 
Warden T. B., exp. messenger, bds 9 Hancock. '/ 

Warner Joseph, h 38 Adams. filieW 

Warner Joseph, machinist, S. M. & N. R. R. 
Warnke & Joers, (Chas. W. and F. J.,) shoemakers, s s Water, 

near Columbus Avenue. 
Warnke Charles, (W. & Joers, shoemakers,) h 36 Wayne. 

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132 WEI 

Warnke F., cabinet mkr, h 75 Market. 

Waruke Mrs. Charles, millinery, 75 Market, h same. 

Warren James H., carpenter, h 210 Market. 

Warriner Elias, mechanic, h 22 Washington. 

Washington H., (col'd,) lab, wks for Kyan, Johnson & Co. 

Washington Harrison, (col'd,) lab, h Neil, bet Hancock and 

Franklin. 
Waterbury Chajs., (Nettleton &.W.,)h62 Lawrence. 
Waterfield Charles, carpenter, bds cor Perry and Madison. 
Waterfield Thomas Henry L., contracting carpenter, h Perry, 

bet Madison and Monroe. 
Waterfield Oeorge, grocer and contracting carpenter, h. 

Perry, bet Madison and Monroe. 
Watson Mrs. Ann, widow, h e s McDonough, b Market & Water. 
Watts Jack, cooper, wks for Luce & Co. 
Watzel C, car builder, C. D. & E. R. R. shops. 
jWaye E. J., dentist, Columbus Avenue, bet Water and 

Market, e s. h 128 Adams. 
Weaber Martin, blacksmith, at Klotz & Kromer's, h 76 Camp. 
Webber B., fireman, S. M. & N. R. R. 
Webber Henry, hotel, 17 Jackson. 
Weber Mrs. Fannie, h 174 Market. 
Weedenhafer Joseph, lake captain, h 154 Monroe. 
Weedenhafer Charles, sailor, h bet Jackson and Decatur and 

Columbus and High. 
Weeks R. E., photographer, 16 Columbus Av., up stairs. 
Weeks Charles E., with Ingham & Bragg, 16 Columbus Av. 
Weeks A. S., laths, h 64 Market. 
Wegale Heury, lab,* h bet Col. Av. and Columbus. 
Weidemier Peter, peddler, bds 252 JeflFerson. 
Weier John, tanner, C. C Keech's ftictory, h 30 Shelby. 
Weil Isaac, clothing, 188 Water. 
Weil J., clothing store. Water, bds National House. 
Weiland William, tanner, h Warren, bet Reese and Monroe. 
Weimen L., lab, C. D. & E. R. R. Co. 
Weir Louis, peddler, h 80 Shelby. 
Weis John, boiler mkr, C. D. & E. R. R. shops. 
Weigj Joliii, shoemaker, 106 Washington, h same. 



WET 133 

W^eisser Joseph, saloon and restaurant, Scott's American 

Block, Water, h same. 
Weld George, h Second street, Camptown. 
Welkin Charles, lab, Camp, bet Monroe and Reese. 
Wells Benjamin W., (Upp & W.,) bds e s Franklin, nr Market. 
Welsh John, lab, h 150 Madison. 

TVemple I>. F., dentist, 49 Columbus Avenue, h same. 
Wendt Christopher, lab, wks for Ryan, Johnson & Co. 
Wendt Christ., lab, h s s John, w of Fulton. ;r 

Wenger Jacob, lab, wks for Luce & Co. 
Wennis Jac, lab, h Hancock, bet Reese and Neil. 
Werber Frank, foreman. Pierce, Woolsey & Co.'s, h 73 Shelby.: 
Werner G-eorge, watchman lumber yard, h 100 Hancock. 
Werner Jacob, lab, h Columbus, near Columbus Avenue. 
Werner Jaoob, lab, h Reese, bet Hancock and Franklin. 
Werner Jacob, lab, wks for Moss Bros. & Mesry. 
Werner Lawrence, shoemaker, h Hancock, b Jeff, and Madison. 
Werner Louis, lab, h 83 Monroe. 
Werner Joseph, lab, wks far Moss Bros. & Merry. 
Werner Chris., lab, wks for Moss Bros. & Merry. 
Werner John, lab, wks for Moss Bros. & Merry. 
Werner John, lab, h Columbus, near Decatur. • 

Werner Charles, lab, h Jackson, near Columbus. 
Weske Charles, shoemaker, h 37 Market. 
IV est T. I>. <& Co., dry goods. Wests Block, Col. Av. 
West T. D., (T. D. W. & Co.,) h 28 Washington. 
West House, (W. T. & A. K. West, proprietors,) s w cor 

Columbus Avenue and Water. 
West W. T. & A. K., (Wm. T. and Abel K.,) dry goods. West's 

Block, Columbus Avenue. 
West A. K., (W. T. & A. K. W.,) h cor Decatur and Wash. 
West W. T., (W. T. and A. K. W.,) bds West House. 
West H., (col'd,) plasterer, bds Neil,' b Hancock and Wayne. 
Westerhiold. Paul, toys and fancy goods. Wests' Block, 

Columbus Avenue, h Col. Av., b Madison and Monroe. 
Western Union Telegraph Co., Townsend Block, Water, up stairs. 
Weston John, blacksmith, h 96 Shelby. 
Wetherell & liyman, (W. W. W. and L. A. L.,) flour 

and feed, 140 Water. 



134 LWIL 

Wetli'erell W. W., (W. & Lyman, flour and feed,) h 39 ¥iM>lT 
"Wetterer I., harness mkr, h 96 Market. 
Weyl Philip, teamster, C. D. & E. R. R., h 83 Fulton. 
Wlieeler Sasn'l C, attorney at law, justice of the peace, 
■-"-'■■■'•■'■ and insurance agent, Union Block, Columbus Avenue, 

up stairs, h 52 Hancock. (See advertisement.) 
Wheeler C. M., eng, at Allen, Dorsey & Tenney,s, li 60 Meigs. - 
Wheeler G. A:, atty., h 68 Decatur. 

Wheelock L. P., treasurer S. M. & N. E. R. Co., h 47 Meigs. 
Whestone Charles, carp, h 89 Railroad. '--'■^'" ''_^^.\ .-rf'^J/i '• ' 
Whestone Joseph, sailor, h w s Railroad bMaidison and Monroe. 
WMte & Urorniau, (J. H. W. and J. H. N.,) groceries 

and provisions. Union Block, Co'lumbtis Avenue. 
Wliite Eliuer, foreman Register news room, bds Scott's 

American. 
White J. H., (W. & Norman, grocers, Union Bloek^, Columbus 

Avenue,) h s w cor Adams and Fultoi;^. gjj^^Jj; /,. 
White Tom, sailor, h c Reese and Franklin. !ii::)t:oI> -isuiyV/ 

White Henry, h sw cor Adams and Fulton. -'•.i'') -rMncT/" 

White Warner, brakemap, h 56 Meigs. 

White James M., cai'p, h 65 Jefferson. , ,,i ., // 

White S. M., Jr., clerk, c Jackson and Water, bds 82 Adam^,,-/; 
White S. M., Sr., contracting carpenter, h 82 Adams s S; .,.,; 
Whitehead Chas., fireman, S. M, & N. Jl. R., bds 43 MaTk,efjg 
Whitworth J., machinist, S. M. & N. R. R. shops. ■ ,; //• 

Whitworth Jonathan, finisher, h 21 Market. ^ *■• 

Whitney James D., National Bank examiner, h 29 Hajucock. 
Whitney Geo., grape grower, h 60 Lawrencevr n ,, •)' ^z" •;, •/• 
Wick Michael, lab, h cor Jackson and Columbus. 
Wicjclel Clirisiiaii, saloon,, Wate^r bet^Co^;umb^p AY9.p):^e 

and Jackson, h 183 Water. /,_ {,,,,, . rp- v/ ^ T yi l^.-iVt 
Wiedenhafer John, lab, h Jackson bet Madison and Jefferson. ' 
^j^egmann P., machinist, C. J)., S^M- R-^Ji» s^ops, h cor Wash- 
.(.(vrKoi ington and Shelby. oD rf .ftWrK-ivA -r; ;, 
Wigand Conrad, saloon and shoemaker, 130 Market, h same. N 
Wigand Conrad, lab, h Hancock near Reese. V/ 

Wilber .Nicholas, teamster, wks for Moss Bros. & Merry.'H»"'#f 
Wilbert Nick, lab, h Columbus near Columbus Avenue. 



^ WIN 135 

Wilcox R. M., (Hubbard ct W., dry goods,) bds Melville b Camp 

and Railroad. 
Wilcox E. H., (Hubbard & W., dry goods,) h 68 Adams. • 
Wildman H., atty, Uhion Blk, Columbus Av., h 85 Washington. 
Wild John, cooi^er, h First, Calmptown. 
Wild John, lab, h Gl Fulton, 

Witkah Jacob, carp, h 29 Railroad. '"'"■ •"'■'^ '•*' 
Wilkinson Mrs, A. M., mantua maker, h 75 Ftankliil, 
Willi John N., saloon and boarding house, 213 AYatcr bet Jack- 
son and Decatur, h same. '■";"' ■' 

W^illiams A., machinist, h 70 Columbus Avenue" ' ' " ' 
"Williams A., wks for Jas. W^oolworth, h 33 Decatur. 
Williamson Wm., drayman, h Reese bet Hancock and Franklin, 
Willinger Jacob, lab, h Neil bet Wayne and Columbus Avenue. 
Williams E., blacksmith, C. D. & E. R. R. shops. ^ _ 
Williams J., painter, C. D. & E. R. R. shops. .^, \..^ .■ 
WilliaiU!!^ H. C, ice dealer, office at Register, Water bet 
Columbus Avenue and Wayne, h 43 Washington. (See 
advertisement.") , -,: 

Williams John H., painter, h s w c Putnam and Madisou. 
Williams Joliu H., hardware, 165 and 167 Wests' Block, 
W^ater, h Wayne, bet Madison and Monroe. (See.adif^,'^ 
W^illis Mts. A., h e s Lawrence bet Market and "Water. 
W^ilson Wm. H., (Hoyt & W., lumber com, agts,) h 204 Market. 
Wilson L., (col'd,) barber, h 2 Huron Avenue. :'3(0.;. ixt'O^h 
Wilson Omar, elks Hoyt & Wilson, bds Coltou House. 
W^immel Christ., lab, h e s Clinton bet Sandusky and Seneca. 
Windau Harmon, eng, h 200 Adams. '^^ ini/l/jM h'lWh 

Windish Andrew, cooper, h Tiffin Avenue b Camp andRailroa'J. 
Wiudish Julius, tanner, h 28 Sycamore. 

Winemon Leopold, mechanic, h Clinton b Harrison and Monroe. 
Wining Albert, cooper, h Water bet Hancock and Franklin, '■ 
Wining Henry, cooper, h Water bet Hancock and Franklin. 
Wink Henry, lab, h 91 Lawrence. 

Winkler Nicholas, drayman, h Wayne bet Monroe and Reese. 
Winkler L., wksTJpp & Wells, bds Wayne betMonroe and Reese. 
Winnes Peter, cooper, h 47 Jefferson. ' ' /'■:,[ .•liMVi'-i. ,_*iiavV/ 
Winterstein Jacob, (Lnce & Co.,) h Hancock s of Scott, 



136 WYN 

Wintersteller Robert, carp, h Railroad, 5th Ward. 

Wise Mrs. M., li e s Harrison bet Monroe and Barker. 

Wise John, boiler-maker, h 24 Adams bet Perry and Warren. 

Wise Andrew, eng on Evening Star, h 18 Sycamore. 

Wise J., blacksmith, S. M, & N. R. R. shops. 

Wise Joseph, lab, S. M. & N. R. R. 

Wiszner Charles, shoemaker, Park near Col. Av. and Columbus 

Withington W. H., fisherman, h 51 Meigs. 

Withington Benjamin F., fisherman, h 51 Meigs. 

Witzel G., tailor, h Hancock bet Reese and Neil. 

Wochner S. <& Co., city bottling works, 2 Wayne. 

Wolf G. P., machinist, h Market b Shelby and McDonough. 

Wolf David, (Hart & W., grocers,) h 67 JeflFerson. 

Wolbeck A., carp, h n s Madison bet Camp and Shelby. 

Woodfolk Worden, (col'd,) lab, wks for Ryan, Johnson & Co. 

Woodbridge J. E., (Agard & W., physicians,) bds 42 Co- 
lumbus Avenue. 

Woods E. H., carp, h 158 Market. 

Woodward Edward, brakeman, h Hubbard's alley, Decatur bet 
Water and Market. 

Woolsey J. V., (Pierce, W. & Co., spokes, handles, &c., c 
Water and Fulton,) h 35 Jackson. 

Woolsey A. T., mechanic, h 64 Perry. 

Woolson Mrs. A., widow, h Water bet Hancock and Franklin. 

Woolverton Joel, mail agt C. D. & E. R. R., bds 70 Columbus Av. 

Woolwortll James, manuf. tool handles, &e., n s Railroad 
bet Jackson and Decatur, h c Col. Av. and Adams. 

Woolworth Chester, h 57 Washington. 

World Mutual Life Ins. Co., N. Y., S. C. Wheeler, agt. 

Wortlliiigtoil I>. S., sherifi", h 57 Jackson bet Adams and 
Jefferson. 

Woyeiehowski John, lab, h 31 Fulton. 

WoyciehoRski Joseph, wks Jas. Woolworth, h 31 Fulton. 

Wright David, teamster, wks for Moss Bros. & Merry. 

Wright David, lab, h 138 Hancock. 

Wright Chas. J., lab, h 18 Lawrence. 

Wyenekete Frank, blacksmith, C. D. & E. R. R. shops. 

Wynkty Frank, lab, h 64 Camp. 



ZIE 137 

X. 

XeflodocJlJ/f a great pleasure at the Buckeye College. (See 
advertisement.) 

Y. 

Young Men and Ladies should attend the Buckeye 
College. 

Years Chas., lab, h w s Fulton bet Fox and John. 

Yednier Greo., teamster, has Harrison bet Sandusky and Barker. 

Yelner C, wiper, C. D. & E. R. R shops. 

Yergus Henry, car builder, G.T). & E. R. R. shops. 

Yerkle F., builder, h n e c Scott and Warren. 

Yetzer F. H., lab, wks for Ryan, Johnson & Co. 

Yonkers and N. Y. Ins. Co., N. Y., J. J. Finch, agent, Cooke's 
Block, Columbus Av., up stairs. 

Yerse Charley, lab, wks for Moss Bros. & Merry. 

Yost Jacob, blacksmith, h and shop Columbus nr Columbus Av. 

Young Jacob, lab, h 46 Camp. 

IToung Hen'js Chrisitiau and I^ibrary Associa- 
tion, third floor 3Ioss' Block, Columbus Avenue. 

Young Jacob, tailor, h Jackson bet Madison and JeflFerson. 

Young J. L., (Stahl & Y.,) h 10 Hancock. 

Young Peter, carp, h Columbus s Columbus Avenue. 

Youngs John, collector U. S. customs, h 68 Franklin. 

. J .A 

Zealous are the Instructors in every department of 
the Buckeye College. (See advertisement.) 

Zacher Frank, peddler, h 144 Market. 

Zahm Mrs. F., h Railroad 5th Ward. 

Zeitzheim Clemens, mason, Decatur near Columbus. 

Zellers Mrs. Mary, h e s Clinton bet Monroe and Barker. 

Zerbe, Everitt & Co., (A. Z., I. D. E. and F. Nicolai,) 
dry goods. Water bet Columbus Av. and Jackson n s. 

Zerbe Andrew, (Z., E. & Co., dry goods,) h 56 Adams. ( 

Zerbe Philip, dry goods clerk, h 131 Franklin. 

Zerbe Peter, lab in mill, h 162 Monroe. 

Ziegl miller Adam, mason, h 7 Franklin. 



13S ZWE 

Ziegler Joseph, lab, h c Neil and, Hancock. 
Ziegler John, butcher, h Reese bet Hancock and Franklin, 
Zeigler Gee, eheck clerk S. M. & N. R. R. '■ -• ■^HMi^X 

Ziralich Jacob, lab, h 70 Meigs. 
Zimmermacher L., lab, h 65 Ma^rket. 

Zimmerman Tlieo.^ cooper shop, Second, Camptown. 
Zimmerman P., painter, h s s Adams b Lawrence andMcDonough,. 
Zimmerman J.M., cooper, h 2 Second, Camptown. 
Zimmermaii Henry, butcher, Jefferson bet Gamp and 
'i' Railroad, h c Camp and Jefferson, -mii'ji ..o^m -I'^fniK- '. 
Zimmerman Fred., brewer at Greo. Beier's bre\^efy, ll'same'; ' ' 
Zimmerman Henry, butcher, Decatur b Miami Av. and Jefferson. 
Zimmerman Martin, saloon, 27 Watyiie, h 68 Market. lijt-ini 

Zimmerman Martin, Jr., hardware clerk, h 68 Market; ■" ^ 

Zipfel & G-undlach, (C. Z. and J. &..) butchers, 177 Water bet 

Columbus Avenue and Jackson. 
Zipfel C, (Z. & Grundlach,) h Shelby b Washington and Adams; 
Zipfel Joseph, butcher, Washington b Shelby and Camp, h same. 
Zistel Louis, machinist, h 48 Meigs. 
Zollinger Mrs, C, cabinet furniture and coffins, n e c: Wayne and 

■ Market, h 91 Wayne. - ' '■ ^ 

Zollinger Charles, cabinet maker, bds 91 Wayne. 
Zollinger John, (with John McKelvey, insuronce,) bds cor- Han- 
cock and Washington. ;'*■! iiJinc.'Y 
Zoellner Coonrod, lab, h n w c Railroad and Sandusky. 
Zuelzke Charles, finisher at Klotz & Kromer'.s h East Market. 
Zurhorst Letitia, h 60 Decatur, Bet Washington and Adams. 
Zwermann John, blacksmith, h 79 Market. •■.Vi.V^^v^ 
Zwerman Frank, lab, h n w c Tiffin Avenue and Putnam. 



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United States Express Go. 

GENERAL EXPRESS FORWARDERS. 

Forwarded with the Greatest Speed and Safety 

COIN, BANKNOTES, BONDS, JEWELRY 

Ami other valuable merchandise and packages, and collect 

NOTES, DRAFTS AND ACCOUNTS. 



BILLS SENT ^WITH GOODS. 

And execute all other commission connected with the Express business, at all the princi- 
pal places between 



Eastern, ffestfiri,lrt!iaMSflitli-festeri Ms & Caiilas, 

Connecting with responsible Express Companies 

To all parts of the United States, 

OALIFOMIA AND EUROPE. 

JACOB A. BARKHR^ Agent. 
Corner of Wayne and Water Streets, 



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Sandusky Ins. Co. of Sandusky, 0. 

CASH dAFITAI*^ $100^000. 

F. T. BARNEY. JOHN G. POOL. TV. J. DILL. L. S. HUBBARD. 
* R. B. HUBBARD. GEO. THORNTON. JOHN T. JOHNSON. 



L. S. HUBBARD, Pres't. 



GEO. THORNTON, Sec'y. 



-A.a•EI^3•0^2' EST^^BLISiaiEID IIST 1857. 



GEO. THORNTON k CO., 

[late GEO. J. ANDERSON & CO.,] 




'9 ->«^*vj 



Geo. Thornton. 



Harper Austin. 




Office in Cookes' Block, Columbus Avenue, up stairs, 

Jlej} resents the folloieiiiff Companies : 

Liverpool and London and Globe, England ; Lorillard Fire Insurance 
Co., of New York; tlome Insurance Co., New Haven, Ct.; Yonkersand 
New York Fire Insurance Co., of New York ; Merchants' Insurance Co., 
of Hartford, Ct.; Buckeye Mutual Insurance Co., of Cleveland; New 
York Life Insurance Co., 112 and 114 Broadway, N. Y. 




AND NOTARY PUBLIC, 



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5. 

Oliiee Hg. 70 Columlbiis Av. 



BUSINESS MIRROR. 



Architects. 



Can- John. 
Merrick J. 



For residence and business location, see general Alphabetical List. 

iBloker J. C. 
,Dew:ilt A. J. 
'Hartline L. 
jKauzler Jacob. 
iNeumeyer J. B. 
'Prestler George. 



B. 



Artificial Lii7ibs. 



Drake Thomas J. 

Attorneys at Laiv, 

Beecher L. S, & J. T, 
Bicelow J. Gr. 
Coo-swell F. W. 
Colver E. M. 
Fiiicli Joliii J. 
Goodwin Homer. 
Hendry A. W. 
Lane Wm. G. 
Mackey & Bush. 
McLouth 0. C. 
Reber George. 
Root J. M. ^ 
Sadler E. B. 
Smith C. E. 
Stone W. F. 
Taylor S. F. 

Wildman H. 

Auction Store, 

Sloan James S. 

Ax- Handle Manuf, 

Pierce, Woolsey & Co. 
Woolworth James. 

Baheries, 

Barrel 1 Robert. 



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Banks, 

First National. 
Second National. 



t! 

I 



Barhei's, 

Bock M. G. 
Claveu John. 
Darnell M. 
Jones Nathaniel. 
Kunz Daniel. 
Moore H. J. 
Ruemraele James A. 
Schlag Carl. 
Sharlieau F. 
Smith Henry. 
Taylor Wm.' 

Bathing House, 

iKunz Daniel. 

Billiard Saloons, 

Mittleberger E. G. P. 
Peters Jacob J. 

Blacksmiths, 

Anton Frank. 
Barrett M. 
Beilsteiu L. 
Bender M. 
Bing Ferd. 



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BUSINESS MIEEOE. 



Blocker M. 
Bloomer Nicholas. 
Campbell Wm, 
Carroll Patrick. 
Casper Joseph. 
Denhart J. 
Donnor M. 
Doran F. 

Facer & Fitzgerald.' 
Fettel Martin. 
Forsyth D. 
Frederick Adam. 
Frey F. 
Gagner Johu. 
Grarey Ferdinand. 
Gassman John G. 
Geasen Edward. 
Gidiman E. 
Gilbert Ebeuezer. 
Goodsite Robert. 
Hatter John. 
Henry 0. 
Henry J. 
Higgins Thomas. 
Holtz J. 
Kietherman E. 
Kelley M. 
Kessler C. 
Lfionhauser C. 
Lies Paul. 
May Michael. 
McCrystal M. 
McGernan John. 
McLeer Chas. 
Mellen Neal. 
Miller H. 
Neil Adam. 
Boeder H. 
Salman Geo. 
Scheehr John. 
Schettler Jacob. 
Sehonberger Justus. 
Schwein Philip. 
Smith Fred. 
Staein Henry. 
StofiFel Henry. 
Stone Frederick. 



pO 



Swinefort A. 
Upp H. B. 
Ward Joseph. 
Weston John. 
Yost Jacob. 
Zwermann John. 

Boarding Houses^ 

Baker Mrs. Emily. 
Berger Frank. 
Booss Mr. C. 
Brengartuer Sylvester. 
ColtK. E. 
Engler Ignatius. 
Hemminger Jacob. 
Lesser Joseph'. 
Ruemmele Chas. 
Saladin M. 
Taylor Mary. 
Van Dusen Mrs, A. 
Waechter Jacob. 
Wagner Fred. 
Willi John N. 

Boiler Maker, 

Moore Neil H. 

Book-Binders, 

Heimke Chas. 
Olds Chas. V. & Co. 

Books and Stationery 

Ino'ham & Bragg. 
Jewitt E. R. 
Olds Chas. V. & Co. 
Traub Louis. 

' Boots and Shoes, 

Cable Lawrence. 
Converse H. & Son. 
Crass Wm. 
Federer & Stubig. 
Fox W. & Co. 
Helt & Silversaek. 
Henry Christian. 
McFall W. H. & Son. 



BUSINESS MIRKOR. 



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Sloan J. S. 

Viuton Geo. A. & C<>. 

Warlike & Joers. 

Bowling Alley, 

Kramer Josepl-. 

Bottling Works, 

Wochner S. & Co. 

Breweries. 

Alder «& Co. 

Beier Geo. 

Soergle, Doru & Euiblc. 

Tomlinsou C. 

Builders, 

Carr John. 
Cassidy Robert. 

Butchers, 

Braunwert Frank. 
Clark Bros. 
Dempsey & Spatli. 
Farrell Wm. 
Feit John. 
Ging Chas. 
Hartman Simon. 
Horniniz; & Witenborji. 
Hull Francis. 
Langenberger Fred. 
Leruian Ferdinand. 
Miller Andrew. 
Spiegel & Son. 
Zeigler John. 
Zimmerman Henrv. 
Zipfel & Guudlacii. 

Cabinet Mcuiuf. 

Birkmayer Joseph. 
Boeth F. 
Ewert Chas. 
. Gassmau Frederick. 
Hiu Edward A. 
Hiibbard, Walker & Co. 



^ Mayer J. B. 
^ Moore Henrv. 
giPenfiold G. S. 
^ Slieety Andrew. 
§ Smith Geo. F. 

Stcnyel Kudolph. 

Thorpe ..K: Fo.^dick. 

Upp cV- Wells. 

Warlike F. 

Zollinger Mrs. C 



Carpet TF ^ea vers. 



Wagons 



■ 3C 

;t5 



C5 

<^ijGiebel Peter. 
■^l^Iader Frederick. 

^ I Carriages ^■ 

Bauer Aug. 
Coghliii Daniel. 
Colli Conrad. 
Gegner 31. 
Glauccy Patrick. 
Goodspeed H. 
Jilaslet Andrew. 
Lodick Bernard. 
Pringle John W. 
Rice W^in. B. 
^ Ulmer Jacob. 

^ Candy Manuf. 

Buyer X.J. 

Cigars ami Tohacco. 

Bictel John C 
Greenfield M-ixwell. 
Leffler A. 

^ I May & Ernst. 
;^ Promise Frank. 
! j^ Ritter c*c Embsc, 
j'^ Sidley Albert. 
'i^ Sidley George. 
I )S Socffing Frank. 
I ^ Stahl k Youi)--. 

: ;i I City Kvpress. 

;f^ lEitter Anson. 



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BUsi:rsrEss mikeor.. 



Cipil Engineer. 

Morton Greorge. 

Coal Dealer, 

Browning Thomas.. 

College, 
Buclieye College, 

Com. Merchants. 

(See Produce andOommission 

Confectioners, 

Bloker J. C. 
Buyer N. J. 
Dewaldt A. J. 
McFall & Woolvertott. 
Neumeyer J. B. 

Coopers. 

Baker Nicholas.- 
Becker C. 
Berger Fred. 
Boshoe Joseph.- 
Brooks Charles^ 
Clark Wm. 
■ Close Jake. 
Eby Joseph. 
Eby John. 
Engler Ignatius, 
Ernst Lawrence. 
Fischer Gonstantine- 
Friend Charles. 
Gibson Daniel. 
Groetz Philip. 
Goodsell Peter. 
Grimm Geo. \ 

Harder C. 
Hollricher Peter. 
Klein G. 
Koerner M. 
Koernei' G. 
Kubach Wm. 
Luce L., Jr. 
Mast Leopold- 



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Metzger Georgeu 
Mishler W. 
McGrath Lyman^ 
McGrath John. 
Pfisterer Louis. 
Pfrangle Dav^d. 
Bitter Louis. 
Richter H. 
Bitzenthaler Joseph, 
Rust Charles. 
Schaefer Peter, 
Schaefer John B. 
Schaefer HubbaFd, 
Shaefer Joseph. 
Schaub Charles- 
Scheibely John,- 
Schnur F. 
Schneider Geo. 
Seitz B. 

Stalder Andrew, 
Talbert John. 
Trout Henry. 
Watts Jack. 
Wild John. 
Windish Andrew, 
Wining Henry. 
Winnss Peter. 
Vining Geo. 
Zimmerman Theo. 
Zimmerman J. M. 

Crockery. 
Kilboarne L, P. 

Dentists. 

Stroud & Son. 
Waye E. J. 
Wemple D. F. 

Dress Makers, 

Allen Miss 0. 
Belyea Mrs. 
Brimhall Miss L. F. 
Brown Miss N. 
Kershner Mrs. E. J. 
DeWitt Mrs. Hannah. 



BUSINESS MITIROR. 



145 



DutclierMiss J. F. 
Malone Mrs. E. 
MeCabe Mrs. A. 
Miller Mrs. S. 
Polley Mrs. U. D. 
PrevoDcha Mrs. M. L. 
Wilkinsou Mrs. A. M. 

Dry Goods, 
Bill C. C. 

Cooke C. E.& G. A. 
Hubbard & Wilcox. 
March Geo. & Bro. 
West T. D. & Co. 
West W. T. & A. K, 
Zerbe, Everitt & Co. 

Druggists, 

Emrich Eros. 
Fay «& Arnold. 

Graham W. A. 
Lange Dr. F. R. 
Pape F. E. & Son. 

Dyers, 

Coiiistock Mr.-:. E. 
Rohrbacher G. J. 

Express Cortipanies, 

Mereliaiits' Union. 
United States. 

Fish Dealers. 

Alvord E. &Son. 
Anthony L. 
Bear & Son. 
Biemiller Andre-n. 
Geiersdorf Ferdinand. 
Hosmer S. S. 
O'HaganH. E. & Co. 
Post, Lewis & Radcliff. ^ . 
Ryan, Johnson & Co. ,- 

Flour Dealers. 

Bay City Mills. 
Cooke Wm. J. 






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Pool & Miner. . 
Robertson & Co. 
Wethercll & Lyman. 

Fancy Goods, Toys,4'C. 

Buyer, N. J. 
Kugel Joseph. 
Textor Albert. 
Vogel Henry. 
Westerhold Paul. 

Flouring Mills. 

Gregg Philander. 
Pool and Miner. 

Foundry. 
Klotz «$: Kromer. 

Gardener S, Florist. 

Ruenunele Rudolph. 

Grain Dealers. 

Butler S. W. 
Dill W. J. 
Fitzhugh & Foster. 
JiOckwood Lane. 
OHagiiu H. E. & Co. 

Grap(^ Growers, 
Barney «$: Carlin, 

Bauer Geo. 
Dahni Frederick. 
Engcls Jacob, 

Fineli John J. 

Guth Leonard. 
Hartman Geo. 
Lerch Wm. 
Lewis Sam'l. 
MeKelvey Joint. 
Mills W. H. 
Mills W. H. 2d. 
Ober«efell Joseph. 
Phelps S. W. , ■ . 
Porter Heury! 
Schweiu Philiji. 
Scuddcr Wu). H 



146 

Steuk Wn7, 
Whitney Geo. 
Wildman H. 
Von Hauseo Geo. 

Groceries ^ Provisions 

Bauer Adam. 
Benn Peter. 
Buyer Johu. 
Carroll Michael, 
Ourth H. Wm. 
Daniel Mrs. V. 
Daniel Geo. 
Davis Ira T. 
Dassault Chas. 
Eberle & Bader. 
Eek J. S. 
Fisher Michael. 
Gagen P. 
Guth Leonard. 
Hart & Wolf. 
Hathaway Eobert. 
Haven C. 
Hoffman Geo. 
Jacobs J. A. 
Jacobs Jacob. 
Jordon Henry. 
Kenney 0. V. 
Lotz Henry. 
Malaney & Costigan. 
Marquet John. 
Meyer John. 
Neuert Louis. 
Ohly Bros. 
Pommert Peter. 
Post, Lewis & RadcUff. 
Puscb Chas. F, 

Robertson & Co. 

Simmermacher & Co. 
Smith Nicholas. 
Studemann John. 
Taubert L. H. 
Walter Philip, 
Waterfield Geo. 
White & Norman. 

Gunsmiths. 

Budenhagen John, 



BUSINESS MIEliOE. 



^ , Robinson I. H. 

g iSiegling Chas. B. 

o 

P^ Hardiuare ^ Cutlery, 



Barn y & Ferris. 
Barney Geo. & Son. 
l¥illiaiiis Jolin H. 

Harness Makers. 

Cloatz Geo. 
Francisco F. H. 
Freeman Byron 
Hill Peter. 
Kederly A. 
Klooz & Keederle. 
Quinn John E. 
Rhode C. 
Wagner Chas. 
Wetterer I. 
Ulmer Philip, 

Hats, Caps ^' Furs, 

Keech C. C. 
Muenscher Chas H. 

Hoop Shirt Maker, 

LoflSer & Jones. 

Horticultural Store, 

Cowdery Bros. 

Hotels. 

Bing House. 
Colton House. 
European Hotel. 
Farmers' Hotel. 
National House. 
Railroad Hotel. 
iSeott's Amerieau. 
Webber's Hotel. 
West House. 

Ice Dealers. 

Arend Fred. 
Arend Jacob. 
Ferry & Co, 



BUSINESS MIRROR. 



147 



Williams H. €. 

Iron Founders. 

Coy & Converse. 
Klotz & Kroiuer. 

Iron, JVails ^ Steel. 

Barney «t Ferris. 
Barney Geo. & Son. 
Williams John H. 

In. Rev. As' t Assessors, 

Rosenbaum 0. H. 
Van Tine A. C 

Int. Rev. Collector. 

Anderson Geo. J. 

Int. Rev. Ass't Collec'r 

Mills Isaac. 

Ins. Agts. (Gen' I.) 

Hadley H. H. 
Mclielvey Jolin. 

Ins. Agents, (Local.) 

Fincli Jolin J. 

Hadley II. H. 
Hadley C. j-| 

5I'KeI\ ey & Zollinger! e 
Thornton Oeo, & Co.|^§ 
Wheeler Sam'l C. *^ 

Insurance Coii^pany. 
Sandusky Ins.€o.(Fire) 

Jewelers, 

(See Watchmakers.) 

Justices of the Peace.^n 

Barker Z. W. 
Patterson Geo. S. 
Wheeler S. C. 

Knife Smith. 

Hemminger A. 



Leather and Hides, 

Neiderlandcr John N. 

Lirhe Kiln. 

Ohlemacher & Bro. 

Livery Stahles. 

Berrigan P. 
Boston & Jones. 
Herb Lewis. 
Shippel C. C. 
Smith W. B., Jr. 
Smith Warren. 

Loclcsmith. 

Spathelf J. G. 

Lumber Dealers, 

Ayers & Learned. 
Gilcher P. & Son. 
Hoyt & Wilson. 
Hubbard R. B. & Co. 
Lea & Moss. 
Long J. J. 
Moss Bros. & Merry. 
Ryan, Johnson & Co. 

Machine Shops, 

Coy & Converse. 

George Graul. 

Klotz & Kronier. 

Map Publisher. 

Nunan Philip. 

Marble Workers, 

Brost Jno. V. 
Hornig P. & A. 
Smith .Joseph L. 

Masons. 

Carr Benjamin. 
Cassidy E. C 
Engel Chas. 
I Eunis Walter. 

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BUSINESS MIRROR. 



Gribaut James. 
Gribaut Joseph. 
Keating Christopher. 
Knoepfle Geo. * 
Lutz Henry. 
Mullen Frank. 
Pye Henry. \ 

Py« Jacob. 
Rump Casper. 
Schonhart A. 
Vetor Henry. 
Zeitzhein Clemens. 
Zieglemiller Adam. 

Merchant Tailors^ 

Bill (J. C. 
Bonn & Diers. 
Latham & Bouton. 
Miller & Robrahn. 
Schnaitter & Buderus. 
Townsend & Plummer. 

Milliners. 

Alton Mrs. H. C. 
Cady Mrs. C. 
Gross Mrs. E. M. 
Hick Miss S. 
Kaufman Miss Julia. 
Shelp Mrs. C. 
Smith Mrs. E. P. 
Warnke Mrs. Chas.- 

Motion Store, 

Buyer N. J. 
Textor A. 
Westerhold P. 

JVewspapers. 

Bay Stadt Demokrat. 
Commercial Register. 
ISaudusky Jourual, 
ISaudusMy Her old. 

Oyster Dealers. 

Bloker J. C. 
Kenney 0. Y. 



Robertson & Co. 
White & Norman. 

Omnibus Line. 



% Shippel Frederick. 






Painters. 

Baff Augustine. 
Barker Geo, W. 
Barton John. 
Bowman Charles. 
Budenhagen Wm. 
Buyer b! F. 
Ersam John. 
Gerlach Wm. 
Gibson Daniel. 
Hartlaub A. 
Hauser John. 
Holland J. W. 
Johns M. W. 
Kindt Louis. 
Larimer C. W. 
Lee James. 
Major H. F. 
Marshall Wm. 
Marshall Joseph. 
McElroy James. 
Murty John. 
Newderfer Conrad. 
Pease Frank L. 
Porter Henry. 
Purden Wm. 
Reinheimer Fred. 
Rossiter S. G. 
Schmidt Geo. 
Williams John H. 
Zimmerman P. 



Pawnbroker. 

Geiersderf Jacob. 

Photographers . 

Frisbie J. M. 

Piatt A. C. & Co. 



a;(|Weeks R. E. 



BUSINESS MIRROK. 



149 



Physicians, 

Agard & Woodbridge. 
Austin A. , 
Betzler Chas. A. 
Dunahoe H. J. 
Graeffe Philip. 
Heiter Chas. 
Hubinger John. 
Kramer & Buck. 
Massey I. B. 
Silva L. A. 
Tilden Daniel. 
Stanley E. 

Pianos ^ Melocleons. 

Jackson J. R. 

Plaster Mill, 

Marsh & Co. 

^Portrait Painter. 

Metcalf John F. 

Potash Manuf. 

Davis Ira T. 

Printers. 

Foerster & Jfenert. 

Hertel Jacob. 
Kinney Bros. 

Nettleton & Waterbury. 

Produce and Com, 

Arndt ». M. 

Bear & Son. 
Butler S. W. 
Dill W. J. 
Lockwood Lane. 
O'Hagan H. E. & Co. 
Ryan, Johnson & Co. 

Pump Manuf. 

Seible John. 



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Ready Made Cloth'g, 

Cahn Daniel. 
Kronthal Joseph. 
Large Chas. 
Monat L. & Co. 
Sloan J. S. 
Weil Isaac. 

Real Estate Agents, 

Brown J. M. 
Bush H. C. 
Colver E. M. 
McLouth 0. C. 
Wheeler Samuel C. 

Restaurants. 

Butts Andrew. 
Frohmau D. 
Peters Jacob J. 
Strobel Gottlieb. 
Weisser Joseph. 

Sail Makers, 

McKinney & Mathers, 
Thompson H. V. 

Saloons. 

Apple Gottleib. 
Baker B. 
Baubach Jacob. 
Bauman J. 
Bernhard H. 
Derrick Chas. 
Becker Bern. 
Bittel Louis. 
Bogert Jay. 
Butts Andrew. 
Buyer John. 
Dietz Louis. 
Duenish & Eichler. 
Eby John. 
Flinn John. 
Frohman D, 
Gaa Charles. 
Gilbert Louis. 
Hagy Gregory. 



150 



BUSINESS MIEKOE. 



Held John. 
Hemminger Jacob. 
Hittel Charles. 
Holzapbel G-. 
John Matthias. 
Kenney Michael. 
Kiefer V. 
Kleiber John. 
Kramer Joseph. 
Kugler John. 
Kunz Philip. 
Large John. 
Lesser Charles. 
Lesser Joseph. 
Magle George. 
May Michael. 
Mittleberger E. G. P. 
Monitor Wm. 
Mondweler Fred. 
Monroe John D. 
Murschel Jacob. 
O'Conner Michael. 
Ortner Martin. 
Osterman Michael. 
Peters Jacob J. 
Riokeman Michael. 
Rinester A. 
Ross Charles. 
Rudolph H. 
Rupert Philip. 
Ryan "William. 
Seheid William. 
Senne Christ. G. 
Schuck Jacob. 
Unckrich Peter. 
Vollmer Jacob. 
Waechter Jacob. 
Wagner Fred. 
Walcker John. 
Weisser Joseph. 
Wiedel Christian. 
Wigand Conrad. 
Willi John N. 
Zimmerman Martin. 

Sash, Doors ^Blinds. 

Schoepfle & Co. 



Thorpe & Fosdick. 
Upp & Wells. 

Saw Buck Maker. 

Schonhart B. 

Saw Mill. 

Icsman B. 

Sewing Machines. 

Allen Miss 0. 
Latham & Bouton. 
Polley Mrs. U. D. 
Townsend & Plummer. 

Ship Builders. 

Fordham George. 
Monk John. 

Shoemakers. 

Andress Fridolin. 

Atwood E. 

Bartlefseu B. 

Bartor Patrick. 

Braunling John. 

Castar M. 

Conley Peter. 

Cook Louis. 

Curth H. Wm. 

Deal Henry. 

EberleF, " 

Ehrsau John W. 

Esch Bernhard. 

Federer Fred. 

Frey Chas. ' . 

Geidman John. 

Gleher H. 

Hammond Samuel. 

Hassfeld George. 

Heckman August. 

Kelley John. 

Klei John. 

Kunze Conrad. 

Leehler John. 

Longenberger Andrew.' 

Lyons John. axloL o''! 



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Metzger Nicholas. 


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Quinn Joseph. 


Moos C. 


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Raider Christian. 


Rentier Fred. 


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Schneider Andrew. 


Kosine. Michael. 


5«« 


Schneider Charles. 


Rupprecht John. 


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Shils Edward. 


Schafer Henry. 


Siegfried John. 


Senn John. 




Sling Solomon. 


Staffler M. 


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Tierney Joseph. 


Steeb Jacob. 


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Walker John, 


Stubig Christ. 






Ulrick L. 




Stoves and Tin Ware 


Weis John. 




Cook J. P. 


Werner Lawrence. 




Dewey W. 


Weske Charles. 


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Gale & Spencer. 


Wiszner Charles. 




Heck G. M. 


Silversmith. 




Matern Henry. ' 
Mertz Jacob. 


Cutcliff Simeon. 




Rickert John B. 


Spokes and Hubs. 




Surveyors. 


Barney, Ocobock & Torrey. 


Si 


Darling J. B. 


Pierce, Woolsey & Co. 


-« 


Nunan Philip. 


Stone Dealei\ 


Si 


Tallow Chandler. 


Barney Wendell Z. 


^ 

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Saunderson James. 


Stone Cutters. 


*6 


Tanners. 


Coleman John. 




KeechC. C. ./tn 


Dolan Wm. 


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Springer Henry. 


Durst John. 


Swinefurt Sebastian. 


Fat M. 


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Weiland Wm. 


Feerbach John. 




Windish Julius. • 


Hannan Dennis. 
Hency Joseph. 


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Tailors. 


Herr Patrick. 


1 


Baumeister John. 


Hutchinson Geo. 




Boesch Otto. 


Keegan Edward, 


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e 


Boethe William. 


Kelley William. 


Buderus A. 


Lamb 0. 


Burke James. 


Lang John. 




!3onlon James. 


Lester Simon. 


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Defrust M. 


McGoldric Wm. 


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Ernst John. 


Miller Adam. 


^ 


Fox J. M. 


Mullen James. 


S 


jrerhard M. 


Peebles Arthur. 


^ 


Haenyman Wm. 


Powers Jjawrence. 


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Haverkampf Wm. 



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BUSINESS MIEROR. 



Heckman Adolpb. 
Heim Val. 
Heinzman Wm. 
Holzworth Fred. 
Johanes Nicholas. 
Joyce Thos. R. 
Klaeber Joseph. 
Kneale James. 
Longmore F. 
McNamer J. M. 
Nolan M. • 
Rupprecht Jacob. 
SchaeiFer George. 
Schnaitter Heury. 
Seitz John. 
Smith Frank. 
Sprinecer Charles. 
Taubert F. A. 
Walter J. W. 
Walter Thos. 
Young Jacob. 

Telegraphers. 

Abernethy J. P. 
Burton F. A. 
Cozzens M. E. 
Frey A. C. 

Threshing Machines^ 

Christofel Adam & Co. 

Tin S^- Copper siniths. 

Flood Joseph. 
Grease.1 Wm. 
Haley James. 

Tobacconists. 

Grreenfield Maxwell. 
Hoffman Samuel. 
Lutz A. 

Umbrella ^ Parasol 
Mender. 

Simons C. 



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Undertakers. 

Brainard B. 
Zollinger Mrs. C. 

Upholsterers. 
Bach <& Knowltou. 

Crass Wm., Jr. 
Lunceford James. 

Vinegar Manuf. 

Hosmer T. & Co. 

Watch-makers, ^c. 

Hudson W. B. 
Lea & Bixby. 
Nusly Albert J. 
Nussly Vincennes. 

Wines and Liquors. 

Bickel & Grooss. 
Hosmer T. 
Porter S. 
Stahl & Young. 

Wine Manuf. 

Alvord E. & Son, 
Arend Nicholas. 
Bickel & Gooss. 
Dahm Frederick. 
Freyan Wm. 
Hosmer T. 
Porter S. 
Stahl & Young. 

Wood Dealers. 

Guth Leonard. 
Homegardner J. & J. 
Pierce, Woolsey & Co. 
Stone Samuel. 

Wooden Ware, ^c. 

Allen, Dorsey k Tenney. 
liuce li. & Co. 

Wool Dealers, 
Aruclt ]>. M. 

Hubbard & Ferry. 
Keech C. C. 

Yeast Manuf\ 

American Yeast Co. 



• McKELVEY & ZOLLINGER, 
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INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Office: Corner of Columbus Avenue and Market Street, 



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GENERAL AGENT 



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